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0tt0H Slcailj Mlildllnir, 8 9 16j
Sales lesterday, 4900
Money rales in strong demand at 8
far cent. Local Becaritius continue
The local cotton market wa steady
yesterday; middling, 8.9-16C. Eales,
4900 bales.
At New York spots closed quiet;
middling, 9e. Fotarea steady and 2
to 3 points higher; October, 8.918.9G.
A leading New York cotton circular
says of co'.toa futures: "It was a
sort o! half holiday market, with no
positive advantage for either side,
though on the wnole the range of cost
waa a trilb higher. Gaining 3 to 4
points p:icds set back aain and closed
on the noon call about steidy, at
email improvement over last evening."
At New Orleans yesterday spots
were quiet and firm; middling, 8jc.
Futures steady and . 1 to 0 points
higher; November, 8.548.55.
At Liverpool spots were quiet
aad nnchaage J ; middling, i 3 10 J.
Futures sleidy ; Outober, 5 7 64d.
Iu the frtnersl market there is a
further ducline in bog meats of Jc.
Bilk pork, leur jib sides, 6Jc;
should -ri,6Jc. Eggs, 1017c Other
articles ut'hnnged,
V Three l oidred aud sixty-four brls
appiea, CO rla bgg;n?, C5 picas bacon,
3 pkga boots aud shoes, 234 pkgs
cheese, 287 3kg coffee, 10 cars cotton
set d, 6021 sks cottoa seed, 800 bdls
coton tine, IS) pkga dry poods, 40 pkKS
egge, 108 trie flour, 2 hd cHtle, 4 hd
torees and mults, 228 pkgs lard, 31,
600 ft lumbar, 48 pkes liquors, 250
brls meal,-14 brls moUssca, 05 kegs
nails, 2000 bu cats, 300 brls onions,
200 brls potatoo?, 3 cars pork sidae,
60 pkzs tobatcs and 40 brls rice.
The f allowing shows the amount ot
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regu'ar e!avtors, as reported to the
Merchants' Exchange ye;terdsy:
Wheat none received or withdrawn;
in store, 1045 bu. Corn receivfd,
456 bu; withdrawn, 4009 bu; in store,
8482 bu. Oats received, 4108 bu;
withdrawn, 3230 bu; in store, 188.1S0
vDailj Quotation of Cotton
Oil TroNl and New York Ex
change Htocka are open to those
Interefeted, at ny otliee.
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tcnn.
Monev in ac ive demand at 8 per
cent. The Clearing House report is
as follows:
Thursday, October 28th. $34O,r03 05;
thus far thia week, J1.470 0 J5 01 ; fame
feme lust week, $1,505,487 43; corre
sponding timsin 1885, $1,107,525 35 ;
corresponding time in 1884, $931,475 50.
Thnrsdnv, October 28:b, $137,322 65;
thus far this week, $379,176 73; same
time last week, $58H,431 65; coire
sponding time in 1885, $220,9)2 54;
orrespondiDgtime iu 1884, $163,731 84.
New York eight on all points,
discount buyinu, par selling ; New Eng
land demand, discount buying; New
England sight, j discount; New Or
leans, discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce..l40 bid, 149 asked
First National 160 bid, 165 asked
German Bank 195 bid, 200 asked
State National 145 bid, 160 asked
Union and Planters..l50 bid, 153 a ked
Mercantile Bank 135 bid, 137 J asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Home ....75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102Jbid, 105a?ked
Peoples 80 bid, 83 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Planters 107 bid, ... asked
Yanderbilt 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 35 bid, ... asked
FactoiB ' 20 asked
M. k O. R. R. shares...38 aid, ... asked
M. fc T. R. R. sbares...45 bid, 50 asked
M. A 0. consols, 7u...H9 bid, ... asked
M. 4 L. R. 1st m. 8S..105 bid, ... afked
Miss. A T.R U.c8.A...lllbid, 113 asked
Miss. A T. R.R. cs.B-101 1 bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tnn. wts. ser. E to J-83 bid, 86 asked
Bhelby Co. 6s 108 bid, 110 arked
Tax. Dist. 4, 6s 97) bid, 98 J aeked
Tar. Dist. 6s 104 bid,106J asked
Mem. a b bonds 104 bid, ... at ked
Mem. Water btinds...97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trasts 3 bid, 54 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills... 25 bid, 30 csked
Men. 8tor.Com. Oo.-lOG bid. 110 asked
Mem. Gas stock 75 bid, 80 asked
Yaw York, October 28. Money on
ail was quiet at 36 per cent., closing
at 4 asked. Prime mercantile paper,
4(5 per cent. Sterling exchange dull
but eteady at 430 for Bixty days and
484 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
dull and steady. State bonds were
dull and steady.
Stocks Notwithstanding the gen
eral expectation that the Bartholdt
celebration would interfere with bud-
Bess on the Stock Exchange, tbe trad
ing aggregates a large amount than
that of vesterdav. and much charac
ter was infused into the dealings. The
general market was firm to strong
throaghout the.day. Tbe movements
in the neually active stocks were, as a
rale, unimportant. Louisville and
Nashville was again strong, and re
cords a material advance, principal
ly upon purchases for London ac
count. Beading again sprang inta
activity, which was aided by report!
from Philade'phia of arrangements
made with the junior bondholders
which will be a material advantage to
the company. Missouri Pacific was
remarkably strong throughout The
most important movements of the diy
were among the low priced shares,
such a i he East Tennessee?. St. Paul
and Dulnth, and Louisville, New Al
bany and Chicgo. Money ruled
easier, and loining ratJ8 forstcc-s as
a con-ennence were aomewbat low?r.
The opening was tame and genera' ly
heavy, but cnengrs from last l unia
figure were for insignificant fractious
only. The tradirg was quiet and the
heaviness continued for a thf.rt time,
but the market sonn ra'lied ur-der tlie
nunsiul stieng h displayed by certain
of the specinl.K. Tlie upward move
ment was Blow but continuous until
tbe clote, tbe be?t piices beicg gn
eraly re.iched in the list ha f hmr.
The maiket c'' s 'd ttrong. Salt s, 2S2,
107 si arB. Reading contributed C'J,
700 and Louisville and Nashville 2i,
7('5 sbarrs. Everything f xcit Jtrs y
Central and Canadian Pacific, w hich
siiow declines of slight frictions,
is highfr. Richmond, and West
Point le lt tbe list, with an
advance cf tij per cent., wbild Hooking
Valiey is up 1J, Louisville and Nash
ville, 1 J ; Chattunoopa.aod Norfolk and
Western pfd, each 1J; Peiria, D!Ctur
and Evansville, 11; Lauieville, New
Albany aad Chicago, 3 j ; St, Paul and
Dulu'.h, 1; Em Tdiinessee flret
pld, It; Keadirg 1 per cent, and
others fractious.
Railroad bonds were comparatively
dull, sales $1,240,000.! 1 he trading was
'most devoid of feature, althongu the
Kansas ard Texas 6s were active, the
sales being $190,000. Piices were
sorcewhat irreguler but generally
steady to firm, end important charges
are few in number. Indiana, Bloom
irgton acdW stern Bt cands gained 2 to
77 ; St. Paul, Southwestern division 6s
lost 2, to 11; Indianapolis, Decatur and
Bpringfleld trust re. eipis, 2 ti 37.
Tbe total B iles of s o.iks today were
282,107 snares, including Canada
Southern, 5450; Delaware, Laoka
war.ua and Veilrrn, 3500; E,ie,
5500; Kansas and Texas, 4040; Lake
Short", 9725; Lnuisville an l Nash
ville, 20,705; Missouri Pac lie, 3475;
New J-rncy Central, 10,5s'.); Reading,
G'.i,706; St. Piiul, 11,200: Texas and
Pc:t'u, 4100; Western Union, 50S0.
U.S. 3s. t'ra.
V1, coup, HlJi
4a, coup, 128'-$.
Pacitioaol 1'J5,12M.
La. atnmia,4a, 79. Miasourl B.s KOVJ.
Cent. 1'ao. lute.llfi'. Den & ll.tf. laU, 123.
le"R.U.W IjU.T'J. Erin 2da, HU.
M K.AT.Um.tis.IOlNorth.l'ao.Utf.lW1.
North. Piio. ii'lB, lit!. N'.Westorn con. U.
N.West deb.5,llW!i. 8t.L.6.F.(Jen.M.,U0
bt.l'aul con, 1S2. St.P.C.Al'.lal?, 120.
T.P. land grnU,50. T.P.R U.ex cou,71!4.
U. P. lata, llti. Weat Buore,lUl.
Tenn.tij, aet'int.HH. l'cnn.5Met'uu,100.
Tenn. 3n,aet'it,iti!i.
Adams Expreaa, 141 'i .Morris k E.,nffd, 111
Allegheny Cent'i,-. Nashville A 0., 72'4.
Alton &. T. li.. 36. N. J. Central. 61Vi.
Aiuoricnn Ex., 10.
Nor. A W.utd.47
Northern Pac.,2s;4.
11. (J. It. & IN.. '.
Northern Pac iid.fl2?i
Canada Pac, 70. C.A N. W..117.
Canada Sou.. 62J4. C.AN.W pld. ,141.
Control Pacini), 4t. N,Y.Central,U2'4.
CheeaieakeJiO.,lU. tl.X.U.X M.l..." 4.
C. 4 0. 1-t iifd, 18. N.Y.C. A St L.nld.27
C. A O. 2d uld.HVi.
Ohio Central. .
Chicago &. A. ,11
Ohioi Mi.,28-'i.
C.A A.nid.lOU. 0.4Mi8.td, 80. ..
C, I). 4 XiVA. Ontario & Went,,
O., St.b. N.O., Oregon Nav ,10()'.
C., St.L.A P., 14. Oienun Tram.. 'M.
O. St.Li P.pld, Or gon Imp., 2i)V.
C. B.iC. 44. PiiciBo Mail, 63.
O. ttC.,'. Panama, 8.
O. All. Valley. 3J!i. Peoria U.4K..3W.
Del. A Hud . 1UH. 1'ittsburs-, lot.
Del.,L. k W , 141,'i;. Pullman P.O., 143.
Den. A Rio a , 31J4. KediB,S7W.
Kr e,H !. hock isianu, j-j;.
M.i.'nfH. M.L.1S.F..J4.
Netat I'enn.1 13. St.L.AS.K uld. 69
NewK.Tenn. fd.74:. t-t.L.A S.F. Ut p. 115!
Fort Wayne, 14i. C. M. A St. P., i4Vs.
Hannibal A est. Jo. at. a oi.r,, p, i-ia.
HI St. Jo., pld,-. Si. P., M. AM., 118.
Harlem, 220. St PaulA Omaha, 50,
Uoutton A T., 33. gt.Paul A O. pld, 112.
IllionU Central, 134. Tenn.CoalA Iron, Ti
Ind.. 11. A VV., 1H'4. 'l'eiat Paoific,
Kansas Ic I., ai-4. union raaino, w.
Lake E. A V , 'i'i. V. S. Expresi, bw
1.lc. liluir.. W.. S. 1. A P.. lll'i.
Lou. A Nash.. 68' . W.,S.L. A P. n SoJ.
IjOU. tX n. At 'kJi. " - ol s . .i ij.
M. A 0. 1st pld. -. W. U. Tel., 77. ,
M. A C. fecondi. . Colo, ado Coal, il'i.
Mem. A Char., 42JJ. Home Stoko, 17'4.
Mich. Con., fa. Iron Silver, 200.
Min. A St. L , 214 Ontario, 24.
Min. A St. L. pfd,4i!4. Quicksilver, 5.
Misnoun Pacifio,116J4. Uuicksilver pld., 22.
Mohile A Ohio, lti. South Pacific, .
M. L. S. A W , 50. Sutro. la.
M.L.S.A W.pfd.OOW.
LonPon, October 28. Consols ;i00
15-16 tor mnney and 101 1-16 1 1 the
account. United fctates .bonds ,41s,
1143. JBar silver quoted at 4")d ptr
ourjce. Hie bunion in tne urn 01
England decieasod X122.000 dur
ing tie past wetk. The propoitian of
the Bank of England reserve to lia
bility is cow 42J par cant.
Pabis, Oi'toher 28. Ihtse per cent,
rentes. 82f. 62c fnr the account. The
slatemeut of the Bank of France shows
a decrease of 8,625,000f sold and an in
crease of i,S25,uuui silver.
New Orlbans, La., Oatober 28.
Clearings of the banks, 1,321,994.
St. Locis, Mo., October 28. Pank
clearings, $1,936,885; balances, $233,
208. Chicago, III., October 28. Asso
ciated bank clearings today were $7,
757.C00. New York, October 28. Bank clear
ings today, $100,020,833; balances, 4,
058,265. Baltimore, Kd., October 28. Bank
clearings today, $1,827,675; balances,
Philadklphia, Pa., October 28
Clearings today, 18,327,691.; balances,
BosTOir, Mass., October 28. Bank
clearings today, $12,159,624 ; balances,
The local cotton market opened
easy, and closed steady: middling,
8 9-lCc. Sales, 4900 bales, 2900 to ex
porters and 2UUU to spinners.
Yesterday. Wednesday,
Ordinary Norn. Nom.
Good Ordinary.... Norn. Nom.
LowMiddlinc 81 81
Middling 8 9-16 8 9-16
Good Middling.... 8 1316 8 13 16
Middling Fair...., 91 9
Fair Nom. Nom.
HlHPHia, October 23, 1886.
Stock Sept 1, 1886.... 4,009
Received today 6 605
Received previoualy..l28,188 138,802
Shipped today 2,836
Shipped previously... 59,440
Home consumption to
date 206 62,481
Stock running account
Thus far this week
Thus far lat week
Since September let
M. and C. R. R .
M. & T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
M.& L. R.R.R
C O.A8. W.R.R
I j., N. O. AT.R.R.
K. O., 8. & M. R. R
Wagons and other sources..
Thus far this week
Thus far latt week
Since September 1st
. 38,86
. 32,313
, 6,605
, 16,750
. 62,276
. 84
. 759
. 1,157
M. A O. R. R
M. AT. R. R
L. A N. R. R
C, O. A 8. W. R. R .
L., N. O A T. R. R..,
M.,8. AB. R.R
. 200
. 150
Total 2.R30
New York SDOtflODOned (teadv. and
I closed quif t. Middling, 9Jc. Kales, 104
bales. Quotatiors were as fqllows:
Yesterday. Wednesday.
n. Mnary 6
Pv " ordinary. 7, 7
liddling. 8 S
Low n. 0? ot
Middlink':r,v:" oi m
Good mfo $ ,3
Middling fK ir- n
t;air . . . . :
New York fa. ???aW!5
olceed steady an K , 1 4. h,
Wf;,, nseaSws9;
8 92 8.93
8.9.(4 8.93
9J(OQ 9.01
. 08(a) 09
l 7 9.18
I L '4 9 27
44 V
9MC4 ' "
October..... 8P4'.d 8IK
November.. 8.94(ni) 896
December . 9.(J3(i 9.04
January.... 9.10W 9.11
February... 9.19: 9 20
Maicb. 8.28(5 9 29
April 9 37(4 9 38
May 9.4(ia 9.47
June 9.5(n) 9.57
July 9.f3 4 9.65
9 S2 9.68
9.68(4 9.69
August 9.70($ 9.71
The NewOrleans spot market opened
steady, and closed quiet and firm.
Middling, t ic. rales, 4uuu bales, quo
tations were as follows:
Ordinary 61
Good Ordinary... .7f
Low Middling 84
Middling 8
Good Middling 8,
The New Orleans
future market
opened firm, and closed nteadv and
lto 6 inning tigtier than Wfdnesuay.
t?alei, 32,000 bales. Quotations wire
as follows:
Yesterday. Wednesday.
October .... Nominal. Nominal.
November. 8.54f4 8 55 8.53(4 8.55
Dicember .. 8.58(.il 8.59 8.57(4
January .... 8 07(4 8ti8 8 66'4 8.07
February... 8.78(4 8.7!) 8.76(4 8.77
March 8.89(4 8.90 8.87 8.88
April 9.00(4 9.01 8.98(4 8 99
Ma 9.11(4 9.1Z uui'(4 '"
June 9.22(4 9.21 9 20(4 9.21
July 9 3u(rt 9.37 9.30 9.31
AtiL'iiBt (4
September (4
daily port and intkriob uarkrts.
Tone. I Keu. ll'uct-e I Mock.
N. Orleans
Mobile ....
Norfolk ...
New York
Philad'a ..
St. Louie..
Augusta .J
8 15-16
2598 8.
Receipts at pone, this day, 18si..39,806
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885.39,919
R'tS U. S
Ex. Gr. Br
R'ts Sept. 1
For'gn Ex.
t :isn si i
ii:!7'it'i I
Decrease in receipts this year.. ..66,081
At noon: Liverpool spots were
quiet and unchangwl. fca'ps, 8000
bales, of which American 6100 bale?.
Rtcsipts, 28,000 bales; Ameri-caD, 21,-
900 bales.
Clcsina Quotations were ai follows:
Ordinnry, 4jd;good ordinary, 4 9-ldd;
low middling, 5d;. good middlini?,
6 5-10J ; middling nplauds,5 3 lOd ; mid
dling Orlfan", 5 5 lOd.
The prices areaiven in penreand 64(7i,
thus: 4 63 7iieana 4 G3-61J; anii 5 01
meant 5 1 04d.l
At noon: Liverpool futures wire
irreidilar; October, 5 08 5 07d : October-November,
4 624 (13 1 ; November-!),
cember, 4 59(44 (0J; D'cem-ber-Janna;y,
4 59d; January-February,
4 60(44 C9d; Fbruary-Mri-h,
4 614 60d j March-April, 4 62(34 63d ;
April-Mfy, 5 Old; May-Jute, 5 03d.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet; October, 5 05d, buyera: October-November,
4 62d, si lli rs; November-December.
4 59d. value; Decem
ber-January, 4 69d, sellirs; January-
February, 4 69d, sellers; feiiruary
March, 4 60d, value; Maich-Apnl,
4 62d. value; April-May, 5d, buyers;
May-June, o VM, sellers.
At 5pm.: Liverpool futures were
steady; Utober, ouou, sellers; ueto-ber-November,
4 63d, buyers; Novem'
ber-December, 4 60J, buyers; December-January,
4 60d, value; January
February. 4 60d. buyers: February-
March, 4 61d, buyers; March-April,
4 63d, buyers; April-May, bUd, sell
ers; May-June, 5 04d, sellers.
CoRNMiAL-Standard, $2 20C 2;
pearl. $3 25(43 35; roller, $2 45.
Hat Choice, from store, 75c ; ear
load from levee or depot, $u ou(iz;
prime, from store, 6570r. ; car load
from levee or depot, $10 6011 ; prai
rie, from store, 50c.; car load from
levee or depot, $7.
Corn From store,whlte,49c ;mixed,
47c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk, 42 ic; in sacks, 45Jc; mixed, in
bulk, 40jc; in sacks, 44c.
Oats From store,white,37c; mixed,
35c; from levee or depot, white, in
bulk, 32c; in sacks, 34 Jc; mixed, in
bulk, 304c; in sacks, 32Jc.
Bran From store, 70c ; from levee
or depot, $12(412 50.
Flour From store, No. 3, $33 28 ;
family, $3 60(43 75; choice, $3 75(44;
fancy, $44 25; extra fancy, $4 2S
4 60; patents, $55 50.
Beans Navy, $2; medium, $1 50(3
1 75; common, i 25; German millet,
$1 201 43.
Rice Louisiana, 45c; Carolina
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $3S 25
from store.
Obackirs Soda, extra, 4)c; soda,
treble extra, 6c; extra,7c; ginger snaps,
extra, 66c: asserted jumbln,9(411c.
Craceed Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
HnifiNT and Guts -From store,
fg 15(43 25.
Kansas Citt, Mo., October 28.
Wheat stronger; No. 2 red, cash, 62c
bid; November, 63c bid; December,
63 Jc bid. Corn, firmer ; No. 2, cash, 30J
bid ; November, 30jjc bid ; December
31 Jc bid. Oats no quotations.
Ft. Locis, Mo., October 28. Flour
quiet; XXX, $2 35(42 45; family,
$2 552 70; choice, $3 05(43 15;
fomily, $3 40(43 60; extra fancy,
3 653 80; patents, $1(44 55. Wheat
closed firmer today aad i($o higher
after opening weak, rallying l(43e,
easing off i'Jc, and strengthening
again and advancel Jlc; No. 2 red,
cash, 761c; November, 575Jc, clos
ing at 751 rc; December, 76J77Jc,
Hoeing at 77Jc bid; January, 78J'4
71 c, closing at 79jc; My, 85J.a,86jc,
cltsing at 80je. Corn active, very
strong and lgoer, closing JJc over
ypsteiday; N". 2 mixid, caih, 34c;
Novemb r, 34'a 341c, closing at 311c;
December 34J(S34sc, closing st 34jc;
Jannarv, 355("3rijc r-id, closing 35, c;
bd May 38,(439,3, clcsinir at
391c Oils fairly ac'ive, firm and
Jajc big'nor ttian yeaterdav: No. 2
mixed, Crsli, 2fic ; November, 26Jc bid ;
December, 2 Jc bid; May, 31c. Rye
firmer at 48c. Barley quiot aad un
changed. 11 -iv fctive at.d firmer;
praine, $7 5iK. 9 50; tint . thy, $9 50(4
12. Flaxseed stpdy at 94 Bran
r-ttady at 60 v Gornn ed steady at
1 w. rif c-t- iB r lour, awi orisi
whea1, 25,000 bu; corn. 8,000 bu;
oa's, 16,000 ts; ryp, 1,0:0 bu; barley,
18,000 bu. fiiipmenis Flour, 5000
brls; whiat, 10.000 bu; crrn, 11,000
bu; oato, 1000 bu; !y, ncnejbirley,
1C00 bu.
Afternoon Btrd. Wheat eay ad
Jc loi r. Com tirm and Jc higher.
O .ts $ c lower.
Chicago, Oct bi r 28. The maike'B
all ruled t-trong tcday, the chief in
terest centerlrg i.i coin, though all
Ihe markets wi're a, tivp. The open
ing in wheat was Jc lower, but a
sharp demand tprimg up aud wiih
only moderate otletioga pricta ad
vanced lapid'y and cold up lc
from opening piices. Foreign advices
quoted quiet an.t firm markets. A
report that tbe Cnitoms Committee in
fiance have decided in favor of rais-
f 1 the duty on f.neign wheat fioin
5 franc, under which influsr.ee
?hg - 'arkej I" back it, and c.lcssd In
thl lw Bt trading at about yesterday's
A The ccrn market was excited.
1-fe r'ct. s re "ot larf.. ?"d
many repoi ,.."7" ,cl "
i , t, !, Ul ficm hn-k ns was
smaller tbaa t . P--cted. ihs urgent
dunand caused a. ,rr 8, ta cover freely,
under which rncfk u? iJWUc,
reacted It, but rn' ng.iin a and
closed IJc higher "n yesterdjy.
The firmness in ttie o. uer marneis
give a betti-r tone to ok t8i and the
pricos closed g Uglier. Flour was
qu:et and uncuaiied. Cash qK'oUtiona
w-re en follows: No. 2 epring wheat,
73J(i735c; No. 3 ep ing wheat, 64(d)
67o ; No. 2 red, 74 ji-; No. 2 corn, S:1,
36ic; No. 2 ont, L'bi:; No. 2 rye, 50;;
Nn. 2 b..rky, 53i ; No. 1 lUxseed,98j;
prime timottjy, $l 70('i l 71. Leading
intuits langid as fallows: Wliput Oc
tober opened et 7"jo highest 73c,
lowest 72 c, cloeinj 7 : ! i 3 ; November
opened at 731n, hiuhest 74 lowert
731c, i loHirg 73jc ; December opened at
7.Mc, highetst 70le, lowest 7"ic, closing
75Jc; January opened at 76-, bighett
76ic, lowest 70c, closing 7(IJc; May
opened at 82c, tiighest 83Ji', lowe.t
82c, closing 82Jc. Corn Oc'ober
opened at 34 Jc, highest Slije, lowest
34J?, closing 36 c; November opened
at 35 fle, highest 3rjc, lowest 31ii!,
closing 302c; December oponod at
30 Jc, hi(hest36l3, lowest 3(ijc, closing
37 jc; January opened at 3tiji'. highest
38ii!, lowest 864c, clcsir.g oSjc; May
opened at 41e, holiest 43j!, lowest
411c, closing 42:o. Oa's October
opeutd at 25Jc, highest 255c, lowef-t
25 Jc, closing 25Jc; November oponed
at 26c, highest 2(Hc, lowott 2(lc,
closing 26c; Decemlit-r cpenedat 27c,
highist 27c, lowest 27c, closing 27 Jc;
My opened at 30;', highest 311c,
lowest 305c, cloelnu 31 Jc. Receipts
Flour, 14.000 brls; wheat, 66,000 bu;
corn, 119,000 bu; ot?, 02.00J bu;
rye, 1000 bu; barley, 34,000 bu. Ship
mentsFlour, 22,000 brls; wheat, 39,.
0(0 bu; corn, 197,000 bu; oat, 76,
000 bu; rye, 6C00 bu; bhrley, 85,000
Bcttbr Bntterine, 13J(414c;
creamery, 30(32c; dairy, 18(.i)';0c;
country butter, 18c.
Hoa Proddcts Me.s pork, $10 25;
BUKHr cured hams, lllljc; breakfast
bacon, 8:i9jc; clear rib sides bacon,
7Jc; bacon Bnouldois, 77Jc; bulk
poik clear sides, 7Jc; clear rib sides,
6u; shoulders, 6 Jc; long clear, Ojc.
Laud Tiercee.tijc; half-barrels and
keira, 6Jc; choice kettlo, 7J(473c.
FnKKmi Meats o. 1 beet, 7c; mut
ton, 8c; hind quartern of beef, 8Jc;
lambs, 10c.
Poultry Chickens, spring, $2(4
2 75; old hens, $2 75(?3. Turkeys, $8
12. Geese, $3(44. I)uok.t3.
Chkk3E Prime Hats, 8J9i; New
Yoik factory, 9c; full cream, 12Jc;
Young America, 13c.
Pios FitaT. Barrels, $9 5010; half
barrels, $4 755; k.g,$l 75.
St. Louis, Mo., October 28. Pro
visions active and irregular. Pork
higher, $9 37J. Lard strong, $5 80.
Bulk meats a trifle easier ; loose lots
Ion clear and shoit ribs, $6 30; short
clear, $6 60 ; boxed lot long clear,
$6 25; shoit ribs, $6 35; short clear,
$6 50. Bacon weak; long clear, $704
7 10; short ribs, $6 95(47 05; short
clear, $7 35(47 60. Hams weak, 9J(4
lljc. Butter quiet and easy ; creamery,
24(425c; dairy, 1220c. Eggs firm at
Chicago, III., October 28. Pro
visions were active and Btrong. Mess
pork ad vs need 15(4250, receded 6(4
7Jc, but rose again 710c and closed
at nearly the opening figures. Lard
was also active and s ronger, and
clcsed610c higher. In short ribs
October delivery ruled weak and 40
fOo lower, while the more deferred de
liveries were somewhat stronger. Cash
quotations were as follows: Mess
pork, $8 9719; lard, $5 80; . short
rib sides, loose, $6 45; dry salted
shoulders, boxed, $5 45$5 50; short
Clear sides, boxed, $0 75()t bu. Load
ing futures ranged as follows :Pork
November opened at $8 .85, highest
$9 07 j, lowest $8 85, closinR at $907i ;
December opened at $8 95, highest
$9 10, lowest $8 95, closing at $9 10;
January opened at $9 77), highest
$10 10,lowest $9 77$, closing at $1007$.,
Lard November opened at $5 76,
highest 15 82$, lowest $5 75, closing
at $5 82$ ; December opened at $5 85,
highest $5 87J, lowett $5 85, cloBing at
$5 82$ ; January opened at $5 92$,high.
est $0. lowest $5 92$, closing at
16. Short ribs -October opened at
$8 S7, hiehest $6 50, lowest $6 37$,
closing at $6 45; January opened at
$5 02$, highest th 10, lowest $5 02$.
closing at $5 10; February opend
at $5 07$, highest $5 15, lowest $5 07$,
closing at $5 15t On the Produce Ex
change butter ruled very quiet ; good
to fancy creamery, 20(4250; fair to
good creamery, 16(41 9c; good to fine
dairy, 1520. Eggs firm, 1718c.
Suoar Pure white, 6($fljc; off
white, 6J(461o; yellow clarified, 8$(4
61o; open kettle, none; refined A,
i(461c; granulated, 6j(4$c
Copria Common, 10$(411c; ordi
nary, 12(412$c; prime Rio, 1318Jc;
holes to fancy, 14lc; 11 govern
ment, 2426c.
Soap 3(45$c per pound.
CAKDUS-Siicks, all eiw, In boxes,
pails and barrels, 7$(9$c. , .
8alt-$1 20 per barrel; Backs, ine,
$1 J5l 45; coarce, $1 10(41 15". Pock
ets, bleached, 2J7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 6c cheaper.
Canhbd Goods, Etc. Pricea per
doai-n: Pineapples, $1 25(41 60;
peaches, 2-!b, standard, $1 15(41 25 ; sec
onds, $1(41 10; tomatoes, 2-lb stand
ard, 90 ($1; 3-lb,$l(SU 15; stawber
riei, $1 10(41 25; rasi herries, $1 10(4
125; b!ackbrries, $1(2)1 10; green
ganes, $1 60.41 75; pears, $2(4
2 25; plums, $1 60l 70; ssparcgns,
$2 C0(; KrHencorn, 11 3j; green
peas $1 55(S:i 65; cove oysters, full
weiaht. 1-lb. 85(495c; cove oysters,
full weight, 2-lb," $ 60(a 80; cove
ovulars, linht txh'o t 1-lb, 00c; cove
oysters, light weglit, 2-lb, $1; con
denned rni'k Crown, $5 60(45 75;
Eair'e. 17 50(ff,7 75: Daisy, $1 to.
Molasias Loukaca, common io
fair, 18(S2."c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
svrup, 20(440c; common to fair, 2(H
Jic: prime to choice, 3035c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3233c.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 27J
28c; other grailos and Btvlee, 33(:Tc.
Pnuff (Barrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 25
&10: Gail A Ax e, $3 75.
Nkw Ormaks, La , October 8
Sugr qniot and weak; open ktttlp,
ftir to folly fair, 4c; centrifugal,
choice white, 5J;; (iff white, fij
5 5-10c; cloica yellow clarili(1,
5 9-lfii-! rr'trift .,llr .tar!il...l fi-?k
, I J ....... . , ' . . V
5$c; seconds, 4J(a,4Sc. Mo a8i'8in lair
demand; open k(t!t, choice, 55c;
strictly prime, 52(j)53c; Louisiana
o 1 i.l.
syrup, oiyji-c.
Applm Apples, $1 60(42 60; dried
apples, ij-CMlc per pound Irom store,
Driod peaches, 21(431c from store.
Vioktablss Onions, $3 from
s'ore. Cabbage, $2 60; per head, 810c ;
$1 75 from levee or depot per crate.
Kraut, brls, $V45 75; half brK$2 75
3. uarnc, 4i)W(iOo per 1U0. Turmiw,
60c per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, per box, $5 60 ; per
barrel, $9 50(410. Lemcns, $5 50(48 per
box. Bananas, $1 50(42 50 per bunch.
Cocoanuts, $5 par 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, ijc; lennesgje, farmor's etock
3()4c; roasted, 2$o higher; shollod
10c. Almonds, 18( 20i-.
Ramns London layers, f3 40; lay
er, $2 75; California, ; Imperial.
$3 mu.
Pirxi.vs In inrs. piets. 05c: Quarts.
$1 60; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons,;! 75;
loose, barrels, $6 60(47; half-barrels,
$3 75(.v4; mixed, barrels. $1060; mixed,
half-barrels, $6.
Potatoes -Now, $1 25(31 50; North
em stock, $1 75(42.
Cidhs NwYurk, $6 5(X47 er bar
rel, and $3 7fi(fft per half-barrel.
Vinegar 10(415c per gallon.
P anh Texan, 8(?ftti! for small fo
medium, 1014c for Urge; Arkanens,
Fiari Mackerel, ba?f-barre)i, No. 1,
$r 255 75 ; No. 2 $4 75(6 ; No. 3,f 26
C-4 75 ; 10-lb kit, No. 1, tflc ; No. 2, 75c
15 lb, No. 3, 85c. Dry herrings, fam
ily, 2c per box.
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,J5c;
Grenoble, 10c. Filberts, 12c.
Uauc Game fish, ll12c.
Eees 16fcr,17c.
i or res sei i-Rongim.
In car load lots: Prime crude
cotton seed oil, new, 28(30c; off
crude cotton seed oil, old, 24(4
26c; prime summer yellow cot
ton seed oil, 35(43tic; off summer
yellow cotton Eoed oil. 32(434o: min
er' summer yellow cotton seed oil,
33(435c; prime dummer white cotton
seed oil, 35c; choice cooking yellow
cotton seed oil, 37j(440c; prime cotton
serd meal, $14 75(415; oil' cotton seed
meal, none. Ci tt in seed delivered ht
depc t or levee, $9 pi r tjn ; from wagon
at mills, ii9 per ton.
Baoino Jute. 2 lbs, 8jc: 1J lbs,
1$ lbs, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 9j.
Tiks-$1 05(5)1 10.
Nail Common, $2 202 25; steel,
$2 S5"ii2 50.
Powi)KR-Kogn, $4 ; half kegs, $2 25;
quarter kegs, $1 25.
Clenrtub washed, 313fln; grease
wool, 23(426c; hurry wool, 13(418c.
Louis, Mo., October 28. Wool
quiet bat steady; medium clothing,
22(4'6$c; cambing, 250iJ25$c; low and
coarae, 14ia.22c; fine bulit, 2024c;
heavy, 17(4'-lc; black, 17(424c.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., October 28. Petro
leum quiet ;e. w ,110,7$c.
rirrnnuRa, Pa, Oc'ober 28. Petro
leum firmer; National Transit certifi
catB opened at 65$c and closed at 60c;
highest, Olijc; lowest, 05 2 o.
Whibkv Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $160(45; redistilled goods from
85c to $1 50, according to proof ; rye,
$1 756.
Chicago, III., October 28. Whisky,
$1 18.
St. Loum, Mo., October 28. Whlaky
Cincinnati, O., October 28. Whisky
firm ; sales of 868 barrels of finished
goods on a basis of $1 13.
IIidwi Dry flint, 12J(4i6c; dry
salt, l(K412c ; green salt, 7J8$c ; green
6(46c; doer skins, 15(41 8c. Beeswax
firm at 20c; tallow, 3(43$c.
Grass Cattle Choice, 3S$c;
good, 2)(431c; fair to medium, 21
2 Jo; acallawags, l(41$c.
Hoes Choice, 4$c; good, 4(4c;
sommon, 3(43$c.
Hiibbp unoice, 3(4c ; medium, a
031c; common, $1(41 W. Choice
lambs, per poind, 4$5o.
The Lire Stock Inditator reports: Cattle
receipts, 1447 head; shipments.
none; market steady; stockers and
feeders and fat cows active; good
te choice, $4 10(44 60; eommon
to medium, $3 30(44; stockers,
$2 25(42 76; feeding steers, $2 80(4
3 00; eows, $1 60($2 60; grata
range steers,: $ti 25(43 20. Hogs
receipts, 408 head; shipments, 419
Virarl mftrknk HtAailv crnnd in
ehoiee, $3 803 90; iomm"a to me
dium. JJ du(o,j io. eneep re&xipis,
126 Lead; shipments, none; mar
ket steady; good to choice, $2 60(43;
common te medinm, $1 60(2 2i.
CmcAao, III.. October 28. The
TWntmrt' Journal renoita: Cattle re
ceipts, 10,000 head : shipments, 2000
bead; market steady; shipping steers,
950 to 1500 lbs, $3 30(46 30; stockers
and teeoers. it&s oo; cows, nuns
and mixed, $1 50(43 10; bulk, $2 20(4
1 70; through Texas cattle a shade
1 wer, i 25(43 25 ; Western rangers
slow but steady; feeders, $2 80(42 85;
mil half hroAil t.Vn.1 f!5 !
sows, $2 60(42 70; wintered Texans,
Ti BO(s to ; nonnein rangers
Wyoming feoders, $2 80(42 85; Mon
tana, $3 40. Hogs receipts, 27,-
000 bead; shipments, 9000 bead;
market steadier and mere active;
mm ah and mired 1.1 AlVliU 70: nackinff
and ahinnlnff. $3 75(44: Hiiht. $3 46
4; skips, $i 26$3 25. Sheep re
ceipts, buou neau; stiipmenis, uuu
neau; mantel Bieauy; naiive,
SKS- Wentmn. J.'l 4(),'i3 70: Texans.
12 10(43; lambs, $3(44 50.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
Orrioi or Mmieais and Charlkbton)
Hailioad Oo., 10 Wall 8thkit, V
New York, October 6, lNl.)
N0TIOB In herobr iWn thnt llio ounil
NwlUt of the H(ockho.i'r ol the
M riiilila ixl t ltarlalii Hnllr-Hit
dinpnny will behold t the otliee of the
(vimimny, at Hontlilf, A-., oi
ThurHilHjr, i be 1KU dajr l Novoiu
ker, Tbe trannfor bonVi f the eompanr will re
Duln cloned from October UtU tu Norouiber
11th, both inoluiive.
L. M. 8CHWAN. Seoretury.
Theanonti of the leverul itulioni will fur
nlHh rtock holder! with free ticket to and
from the meeting,
11. 0. WILTON, Ttaaiurer.
Kew Orlen C. P. Cijitkau, 10 a.m.
Oneeola Coahoiia, 5 p.m.
Tietonvillo CHf:SAi'i, 10..
Virkabum City oi- Cairo, 10 a.m.
6t. Louis Arc an'f ar Citt, 10 a.m.
Conoonlia I Oatoo, 5 p.m.
White River Aliuuta No. 3, 5 p.m.
Friars Point Jamss L,5 n.ra.
ilmWi Kute Adam, Arkansip
City; tilitenm ake, liptonville; Ki-na
TllannUilv lli,tMiiit' Jitlin Kniilh ami
barges, Old river; James Lee, Friars
Dtpartura.Ke Adams, Arkans R
rSlo- li.,na Uu....!. 1 1 I . 11 u
Powell, Vickaburg; Jmuts Lee, Fiiais
Soatt in Port. Chesapeakeand John
Jloal Du Down. Coahoma, Chas.
P. Chouteau and City of ltiton Rouge.
Jioatt Ihie Up. Arkansas City,
Gayosoand Alb?rta ho. 3.
Kecrlpta TnterdHf.
Chespeake 250 ba'es cotton. 44
bfgs seed cotton and 2000 (ka seeii.
Itene Mucroady i25 bales cotton, 32
bags feoJ cotton and 1505 eks seed.
k'ulo A.l.ima ouo l,.u. Q
bps feed cotton, 01S sks seed, 2 hr'ad
Blurs ami uo j'bk8 Hii'iiirieH.
John Hiuitii ami Barges Ort bales
cotton, 20 bag) soed c Jit en mid 2.M0
eks eeud.
James Lie 4titi blis coltTu, 32
bags seed cotton and 1370 ska eeud.
Tub Alherta No. 3, Cap1. A. B.
Smith, is the &iturday packet for
White river.
Tns City of Cairo, Capt. Shop
l'ghtner, is thn Anchor Lino pickut
this mcrning at 10 o'clock for Vicks
bnrg nud the bonds. J. C. K ton is
her clerk.
TiisCoahnma, dipt. Henry C oiicr.
is the packet this evening at 6
o'clock for O.ceola and the upper
bends. Win. Huiithtr lies cbarito if
her ollicu.
Tub Junius Lee. ("apt. Thos. Clua-
gett, is tlie packft tomorrow evening
at 6 o'clock for Helena, Friars Point
and all wav luudmgs. Will Ashfonl
is in her otliee.
Tub Arkansas City. Capr. 11. W.
Brolnski, is the Anchor l.iue packet
this morning at 10 o'clock for Cairo
ami JSt. Louis. W. LI. Prituh-
artt is her clerk.
The Onyoso, Oapt. A. L. Cummins,
is the packft tomorrow eveuinK at
5 o'clock for Ik Ion ft, Concordia
and all way landings Lew Price aud
(ins Cummins are her clerks.
Tub great iron i loonier Clinrlea P.
Chouteau, Cpt. Win. 11. Tlu rwegan,
Is due down this morning, bound for
Kew Orleans and all way landing). Ujo,
Miitenberger pretidts in her cilice.
Tus Chesapeake, Cnpt. W. P. Hall,
having been detained on account oi
beninim, will leave this morning at 10
o'clock for Hales Poiut, Tiptonville
and all way landings. Col. J. D.
I'ulkr is in charge of her oflice.
BcsiNwss fair.
Wbatukr clear and plonsitut.
Tbb river here is on a stand, with 4
feet on the gauge.
Kkcbipts by river yesterday, 1319
bales of cotton, 142 bBgsof seed cotton
and H02S racks of seed.
Tin Charles P. Chouteau will doubt
less be found in port this morning on
her way to New Orleans.
TiibD. It. Powell was delayed here
until yesterday morning at 11 o'clock
on account of her deck hands jump
irg bet.
Tnit John Huiith and barges arrived
yestetday morning from Old river
with 00 hairs of cotton, 20 bags of seed
cotton, 2200 Backs of Betd and returns
Tub Rene Macreadv arrived yoster
day afternoon from Helena with 255
bales of cotton, 32 bans of seed cotton
and 1505 Backs of coed, and cleared
again lnit night with a good trip.
Tub Kate Adams arrived yeeterday
morning from Arkansas City with 282
halts of cotton, 8 bags of seed cotton,
1)48 racks of teed, 2 bead of stock. 60
packages of sundries and returned last
evening with a good trip.
Tub Chesapeake arrived yesterday
afternoon from Tiptonville with 250
bales of cotton, 44 bans of seed cotton
and 2000 sacks of seed, and will leave
tbis morning at 10 o'clock for Tipton
ville and the upper beads.
Tub James Lee arrived from Friars
Point at a late hour Wednesday night
with 406 bales of cotton, 92 bags of
seed cotton, 1370 sacks of seed and re
turned yesterday afternoon and will
be back in time to reave Saturday
Office SiaifAi Sbbviob, V. 8. A.,1
Mm rms, October 21, 1 p.aa.
The following ebeervations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridian
timo, which is one kour luster than
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
Rise FaU
Feet. lOtbs IfKhs lOlha
Cairo 4
Chattanooga.... 17 4 -
Cincinnati 3 5 1
Davenport 4 1 - 2
Dubuqus 6 8 1
Fort Hmith 1 2
Helena 3 7 1
Keokuk 4 6 1 -
La Croaee 4. , 7 ...
Lavenworth... 6 3 1
Little Rock 1
Louisville 2 7 (
Memphis 4 i
Nashville , S 1
New Orleans.... 2 1 1
Omaha 3 1
Pittsburg 6 1 -
8t. Louis 7 ' 4 3
Bt. Paul 4 ;-
Bhreveport 4 1
VicksbBrir.... 1 I l
n-. . i Taa Vtnrr2H Voon
River 2 feet 7 inches on the gauge.
Weather cloudy ; thermometer 40s.
Pittbbubo, Pa., October 28. Noon
River 6 feet 6 Inches on the gauge
and stationary. Weather tlondy and
Whbklikw, W. Va., October 28.
Noon River 1 foot 4 inoheB on the
gauge and stationary. Weather eloudy
and cool.
Cincinnati, O., October 28. Noon
River 3 feet 5 Inches on the gauge and
rising slowlv. Weather cloudy; ther
mometer 44,
Louisville, Kt., October 28. Noon
River stationary, with 3 feet in the
canal and 10 incbes on the falls. Busi
ness dull. Weather partiy cloudy and
Cairo, III., October 28. Noon
Rlvir 4 fern on the gauxe and falling.
Weather c'oudy and cold. Arrivod:
City of Caiio, K Lnuis, 10 a.m. De
parted: II. O. Weight, Memphis,
HI. I.oili and Nfw Orleana Anchor
J.lno-U.h. Jlall-CAIKO &T. LOUIS.
Arkansas City,
Will leave the Klenitnr FRIDAY, Uoibr
2'th, t In a. in. i'. r Ireiirh' or wi.-i-ag-e apl
O. L. I! ai.?.. Vf.tr. Aift. AI) lT'. rt.h'np't.
M.I.onf anil Slew Orlrmm Anrhor
l.lne-li.N. Miall-FOil VICKSUOKH.
City t Cairo,
LIlitnor matter, ftt7Si.'!-4
WillleiiTe the K'evator FRIDAY. ;lobyr
2.uh, at loa.ro. For (reieht or p!aw api lV
O. I,. Ham. I'n... Art. A I) 3TH M . Kii't.
For Ilelciifi nd SI. I'raarU Klver.
Str. Rene Macreadv gP
O. K.JoHIr) iraatar,
Uareafor Helena EVKftt TUBSDAT and
Tin'H.SDAY at 5 p.m. Leavef tor Helena
and St. iraacii river KVEUY HATIKDAT
at "i p.m.
The captain renerfai the rlikt to ui all
UnUing Uodeoina uniafe
JA8. LKH, Jr., Bnp't,
OrTioe, (o. 4 MaHlion atreot.
For Ofooola, llalea Point, CaruthersTtlle,
llayoso anJ Tiptonville The new eide-
wuopi i-nHnenfipr atean'r
it . r. null maater. 1 J. U. Koilei
n ill leave aa nliove, and all wny pallet.
p.m. Fnrtrela-ht or 'nae applyen beaM.
Keminlft,VrCiti-e Faint nri Tlrmvnii
For llulrr.. airm!.io, Frtara Point auj ai
Wer Iinilinia Htea.r
Tnmt4 aec, SrHmM
E. T. CliAflft KTT .TMathM-T
Will leave asab. veon KVKRY MONDAY?,
VYIUlNtSDAY and t R1DAY atio'oleok.
For Raadoll'h. Fnltoa, ':nM)la aa VCty'
Lai. dm S te a m or
J. II. OOUI'FIi Mantor.
and Kill DAY at J p.m. The'bonta of thl
line rmorvo the riiilit to piu all landlnrf
the fiptalti uiajr dorm nnnle. I'fllo No. $
!Uaili,nn at. ,1AVI!S l.KK, ,1r , 'jp't.
Memphis and Vickiihiirfr Packet Cors
pntir U. M.ltali Line.
For lUtena, Honoordia, Terrene and Arkan
aa Cilv The olotant yaHaenaer ilA?' if
M. K. Cheek...matnr I W. C. Dlaukcr.. clurk
l.'vA Mr.inlibta
For Conoordia and nil ws.j landinga.
Tile St-H1UVT ,
A. Ii. Cnmmlna, Vnat'r LrT-Prii C.erk
LeavenTI K-1MY and SA 1U3DAY ut5 p.
For ueni-ral Inlortuation aruly at
No. 4 ivuaifun itroet.
JOHN PAHR. V"'r A nt. IVIn hone .
Mempbis& WLito Hirer PktCo
For 'lirrii(liiil, IvmIU Illu na
Aro, AuKUita, t-enroy. iMewprrt, Jikoiioa
pnrl, llalravllle and all Way LtinJiniff,
Sl it. CHICKAHAW, r K.
VW 1 1 - I A atM lrkrM
P. J. I OBi ill run.nw.ir,
Will leave KVERY WKUN tSUAY at 5 p.m.
Albert U. tmllh mantor.
Will leave KVKRY BAlURDAY at I p.m.
Throuah ratoa ivon to all polnta. Freixfat
(xinainneillo the Mon i.hli and WU1U River
Packet Co., at Memphla or Terrene, will b
KirwaruDU itrouipiiy. irv.i i.i.i...
tion apply at odlne, No. 3 Madison at., art
Call Telnphnne r.y. H. O. b')W K, A't.
Mo ii in
' Anii trvm Kartla.
'iiwro Mam.
i GS
' nn
For Of eppala,ll darniiKernenM
f the Dlfjeetlve Organs Md tbe
p.lTr,8kln Dlnaaaa, Cute, Hetrtts,
0em.l4 and llrulee. ACID lHOff
2ARTI1 la a epeclfle.
Rheamatlem, malarial lHr
elan, Chronic Dlarrhaa mmi ekW
tlnat ol Dlood Poteonlnf;
ylold wltkont tall to lea woadar
tail aavavUwa paepaa.
AaBitaatraa oaaapkleM,
I all doealars aa aaat.
traaa tha A. I. E. Co., nMla, Alm
At Wholesale by TAN TLEKT CO.
No. 610(1, R. D. OlianeerT Oonrt ef Sharh
eountr Krneat Me. Andrew (tat. r.Jc
U. Andrew! eal.
BY rlrtue ef an tnterloentorr deerea for
alt, entered in the above eauae oa tba
lth day ol October. . Jits, U. B. 64. paara
8rt, I will fell, at public aootion, te thehUrh
et bidder, In front ot the Clark aa4 MaaUr't
oRloo, eourthoua oi bhelby eomnlr, Meat-.
phla, Tenn., en
tatnrdar, Nei'atker IS,
within leral hoera, tha foUawint
leribed property, iltuated la the Tazuig W
triot of bhelbr oountr, Tenneaaea, U-witi
Dealnninr at a rolnt on the north fide at
Carroll annua 115 feet weet ol a farkea
eorner; thenee Dorlh 40" weat with aaid aa
nue 11 (eet to a (Ukei thenoe north He'eaat
3h2 feet to a etakei thenoa aoath b ' ttA
lift feet to a atakei thenoe aoatk M went
liiOfeetto the bexianlni. belnt part ef tool
16 and IS of eeantrr lot MM and part af tha
John D. Orahata lubdirlalon, M falrr da
torlbedln the deed of John R. Ifabbj te Ja
llaA. Aidrewi.theo Jalla A. Oraee. la tka
Reiiater'i oflioe ol Bhelby eoenlr, la book
ennlof'Sale-One-thlrdeaehi Walanaela
eoual IniUlmanta at I and U monlhat aoto
with leeurity ruired Hen reUiaed. lnal
Ootober 19, 1S8.
8. 1. MoDOWKLL. Clerk and MaMor.
By T. B. Caldwell. Deputy 0. aad M.
Fraier A Boylo, Sola, lor oompl'at.
A Valuable Patent.
Danoy'a (Horaa) 'orn and ra riaav.
HA VINO parfoeUd my lnyentlon. I wlrt
to plaea it before tha poblio, aipeelallj
mannlaotnrere. Ai a Corn P r',!t01i3
perteataooeeea-opani tha drill. diatrUoted
tha taad accurately, onininrad, aad jooTeroi
the iioii, thereby one man "for"'BJtJ
work of three. Thee bare bean aae41 1
thia aootion for oyer a doacn yearo with -fed
aatiefaotion. Can fire reaponiibla taaaw
moniala Addroaa y D(nll1l,
Il..,nnit nennt-e. Tono.
Nil EI.TIXU la adjutab!e to meet any need
or buaine.a. 1 1 la cheaper than old atyte. Ca
be put up by any one. V" q
rnutry bikI Uuok Mtvlvra. Addratf
Sat M4ISI ST., rr.ORIA, lLIw"!
Slinmona Uarawret'0.,St. Uttll.Ht.

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