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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--TUKSDAY FEBRUARY 9, 1886.
fimce Ab COMMERCE.
MOSEY 8 PER CEXTMErT YOKE
EXCIIAXiE 1-4 1'KESIUS.
Cotlon Lower, Jlidiliu 8 5 8c;
Kales 4200 Bales The Week
lj KtTiciv.
WHHLT REVirW.
Honey in good demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities cantinue
strong and are "steadily advancing,
eepecially Taxing District tondc, the
louie being now hell at 91, bid, aid
the sixes at par. An advance is also
ro'ed in the stock' of the Etite Na
tional Fank, which is now quoted kt
135 bid, 140 asked. Cot'.on-seed
products are a shade firmer at un
changed quotations, prime crude at
22023:3. There is no change in the
gjneral market; piovieions are steady,
quotations uncharged. The cotton
market for tbe past week ruled quiet,
bat on Sdtirday a weaker feeling de
veloped, which culminated yesterday
in u decline of MOe, middling, 6,3.
At Liverpool there was a decline fo:
the week tf 1-10 j onepoti; middling,
4 15-16c; futures, unchanged, 4 58 61d
SiT February deliveries. At New
York the Bpot market wa9'
quiet but steady during the week,
bat broke yesterday and declined
l-16c, middling 9Jc; futures rL eared a
decline during the mme period of 7
point!, Februu-y 8 9809c. The New
Orleans market was dull and easr,
and declined Saturday to 8Jo fir mid
dling; futures a.-, yesterday's close
were 10 points lower than on Mon
day, February 1st; February 8 05
8 66c. Sales at this port for the week
ended yesterday were 0000. Total
sales this seat o a, 204,059. Tbe fol
lowing table indicates the price of
the various grades of cotton in this
nsa-ket February 1st and February 6th,
respectively :
Feb. 8th.
Ordinary 7!
Feb. lit.
Good Ordinary
j'mju isruiiiurj. ..
Low Middling .wK'i
Middlin 'si
Good Middling 9'4
JHiddhug fair...- 'J
8
u'Z
Fair ,
....Norn. Norn.
Duaty
fclu ins
v,'i,v4 imt
..8aVj 8 1-16(38 tf-W
Receipts at Memphis during the
week ended February 5 1888, 7037
bales, against 7191 bales the previous
week, 84:9 bales the corresponding
week last year, and 10,590 in 1884. The
total receipts since September 1. 1885,
were 458,140 bales, against 375,020
bales at the corresponding period last
season, an increase of 83.808 bales.
The total stock on hand yesterday
was 138 829 bales, against 104,507
bcJes in 18S5, and 78,418 bales in 1884.
There has been no perceptible change
in the money market daring the week
ended January 25tb, and money rules
strong at 8 per cent. Tbe following are
the detailed figures of the clearings:
Lst week Week Previous
Mnr.day
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday ...
Friday
beturdai
313,517 34
271 ,'m 30
322,yj:t m
38 ,4)22 S3
4"2,y3 54
aw, 117 M
241,618 T'i
241,431 1
!I,I7 51
. 2i,'.8 83
3Ji,S0j 13
20 ,C1; 6i
l,6l.4l liH
.. 1 tMH,!N2 (17
.. 1 67'J.i.ili 37
RECEIPT.
Totals for week.l,873,5Jil 33
8 tine week 15 ,
Kanie wesk ISM ,
V'EEfiLY STATEMENT OF
rKK KNIIINU IH.NHK 8KPIKM
FKB.5, lSSHti. UlR 1T.
WRRVCH
Vr.' KW ki. Tiiis Last Last This
Year. Year. Year. Year.
Men. vOnir. 1,771 81,790 (W.5W
Mist . K'Jo.m 792 l,.'lll 4t,0H8 4J.4(
L. k S. Vi 494 . 729 M,32S 4',2B
Mem.A-l.i .fl V.Vi V fis.445 64 2t
C, O.AS.W. Ifi.', 421 2(1,824 2UK.9
L..N.O. il. 4IK 823 SI. KM 10.7IW
K. C. S.Jt M.t 2i8 334, 15,rWi 17,276
M. 11. A... 174 14,0)8
Mis8.Biv.ir.. 1,17(1 1,4 0 76.IMO 58.1S1
White River. 144 204 18,MS 14..'K1
Bt.Franoisll. 241 SJ C.4U1 2,751
Ark K.,(toUi
rivers, fW) 913 .221 8.1W 3,901
Wagons and
oth. sources 175 150 50,520 30,72.5
ToUl - 7 mi 8,439 458.140 375.620
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF SHIPMENTS.
WRKK RXniNO 8INCS BKPTKH-
h'r.n. 5, 1886. bkr 1st.
BOCTl.
Thin SLant This Last
Year. Year. Year. Year.
Mem.JtChar. 2,566 1,127 56,46) S:l,3.'l
Miss A Tenn l,i2 840 li,:J41 3,4'H
L. k N.O. S. 423 2 43S m,mi (H.2S6
C.,0. icS. V 1,41( ' V MAM 48, 'in
L..N.O.&T. 813 4; ai.tttt 17,377
Moin.&Lit.R
Mem.,li..Y.A 318 10,61
bteam. north 1,190 2 781 54,7n7 42 479
Steam. south. 13:! 18,347 25,610
Total. 8,30l 7,637 319,501 272,('.'Jr
Liverpool wwekly stat.eniflnt for t ie
week eniifd februnry 5, 18s(:
18
1885.
J8SI
Weekly ?al! .. ....
Of which Aui-.ri
can
54,000
4i,000
4,8'JO
44,000 (H.OJO
29,000
3,300
48.0011
4,1'H)
5,100
21,001
w,ooo
61800
146,000
Inciad. for export
Inolud. lur poou
lation
4,00oj
3,800
Forwarded trum
ship e side
Total ttnek
ir.,noo
ejo.ooo
479,000
82,000
64,000
860,000
Of which Ameri-
015,00!)'
ean
Week', ree.ipte..
Of which Aueri
can
115,00
95.000 116,000
Total reo'ptisinoal
bepttoiber Jet ..
Of which Amen
on
1,392,100
1.183,7;0
l,8(jfi.900,l,767,500
1,436,400 1,313,700
Actual week'i ex
port..
Stuok afloat
Of whiuh Aioeri
ean ....
3.30()
2U.000
ao,poo
4,000
297,000
2,500
410,000
270,000! 316.W0
INTERIOR MOVEMENT FOR TUB WEEK
ESDiNU FKUKliAKY 5th.
IMceipta tbjt week
Same week In 1HS5
kiime week in 18H.
Increase compared with 1835
Inoreaae compared with 184
Shipment this week
Same week in lPHi
Same week in 18.-4
Increase compared with 18T 10,405
liecrease eniopared with 1S84 7,'M
Stock this week 460.013
8ame week in 18.15 271.790
Same week in 1884...... 282.475
Irjcre.ue compared with 185 197,211
Increase compared with 1881 1M.5J8
PLANTATION MOVEMENT.
Recolrts from plantations, 1K16 112,18'
Receipts from plantations, 1885 . . 80,7n'
Kooeiuts from plantations, 1884 94,2T2
Receipts from plantations. 1883 101,92)
WORLD'S VISIBLE SUPPLY.
The New York Financial Chronicle ot
February Gth gives the following fig
ures: Total visible nupply, 3,030,0S5
bales, against 2.9S1.4S9 in 183 . These
gures indicAte an increase of cotton in
sisrht of 48,278 balm, as compared with
the same date in 18S5, and a decrease
of 359,781 bales as compared with same
date in 1884.
Comparative statement of cotton
marketed and in sight January 30th:
1810. 1885.
Met r'pts at ports
to Feb. 5th. 4,207,102 4,179.840
Netotr'rl'dm'To-
ment Dec. 31... . S&,654 3T9.3T,1
Bst'dS'th'nenn-
i'pt'n Dec. 31. 131,000 115,000
18S4.
4,004,480
363,507
123,000
41550,987
23.3,319
Am't m'keted 4,870.756
Interior s'oeks in
excess Sepb 1. 453,163
Am't in light 5,323.919
4,674,191
254.575
4.921.766 4,784,308
DAILT BCPOBT.
Money in good derr and at 8 per cent.
Local securities firm and advancing.
Tbe fot'oa market was weak yeetnr
day and closed at the Eirhange etsady
aid l-16c lower. Fa'e, 4JO0 bales; re
ceipt, 997 bales; stock, 138,8:9 I a'.es.
At New York spots closed dull and
1-lGc lower, middlicg 9 ; futures quiet
and 3 to 9 points lower, the litter on
near months. At New Oil ana spots
closed weak and irregular, middling
Sfc; futures ete a ly and 4 to 8 points
lower, February, 8.GX38 Oi Liverpool
spots were quiet, rather easier; futures
dull and down 1 34.1; February, 4 57
041. Receipts at all United States po-ts
yesterday were 25,87 bales.
IMPOSTS.
Three hundred andsixt?-eigt sks
bran, bo pkirs butter, IS pkg boots
and sboes, 4bb4 ou corn, oO' ska Cillde,
17,413 sks cotton-seed, 50 brls cU'.on
seed oil, 15 pkgs dry goods, 3 pkgs
egg', 030 brla flour, 832 bales hay, 78
hd bow, 50 hd cat tie, 150 hd horses
and mules, 10 pkgs l.quors, 109 brls
molasses, 390 kesi mi Ip, 4800 bu ott,
.12 bris onions, 13 19 brla potatoes, 10
para nnrk niilftn. rtf hhrl anunr. 4''
b:i tugar and 17 pkgs tobacco.
JOHN Jj. NOUTOA7
0 Madison St., Xeuiphis, Tenn.,
DEALER IN .
STOCKS AND BONDS
(g-rorrMpondcuce loliclted. Iufor.
malloa ctamrfally faralbel,-c
FINANCE.
Money in good demand at 8 per
cent. The Clearing-House report is as
follows:
Clearing. Balances.
Monday, Feb'y 8 1213,204 16 161,515 98
raine time last week 313,587 3t 3 ,4(7 t2
Cor. time 1885 ., WJ.710 51 03.8(7 66
Cer. time 1884 223,381 33 46,981 17
EXCHANGE.
Having. Selling.
New York lUht on all points..1 dia H piem
New England demand. S dia ......
New England lignt. y, dia
New Orleans..... . dia par
BANK STOCKS.
In the first column we five the price bid,
and in the second the prioe anted.
Bank of Conioieroe. ..147',4!'i0
Kirst National 135 (0140
German Bank 192'42i)
SUte National -'135 10
Onion A Planters 147 H9
Moroantile 130 1:S5
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Dome CI 60
Bluff City 100 j ...
Peoples...... 80 (4 85
Planters....... ...101 ylifi
Phoenil... w 98 (alls)
liemphisCity -I)r2 Mloi
Vanderbilt.. 16 a 19
Uernando 100 (3 ...
Arlington...- .... 2 4 ...
Factors..... 20 a 25
MISCELLANEOUS.
Tennessee certificates, Dand E.... &1Vic4
Tennessee warran's, lories C 90 os 98
.Shelby County bonds............. 104 (4116
Shelby County warrants 98 a 99
Taxing-Uistriot 4, 6' . 91 a WW
Taxing-District 6' s - loo (Mlim'-,
Moinpnis Storage Compress Co 107 M1M
rnempms lias uompany stocx. ... s-i vt
Memphis Gas Company bonds l''ios
Memphis Water Co bonds..
, 96
(4 ...
50
(4 45
M 35
(4 21
(9102
HanauorOil Works
City Oil Worka ....
Pioneor Cotton-Mills
American Cotton Oil trusts
Memphis Oity.Ruilway Bonds
.. 20
..lou
New York, February 8 Money on
call eaiy at 1J2 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, 4.c 5 per c-nt. Ster
ling exchange dull but eti a ly at 487
for 80 days and 489 fur d'-mand.'
Bonds Governmeuls were quiet but
steady: State bonds active anu etrong;
railroad boada were active, with sales
cf $3,350,000, which was widtly dis
tributed, fie only do able att'vity
being in the Eiat Tenuiissee iesuns, of
whichthe sales were $984,000. Trices
are generally higher.
Stocks Stocks were active and
Btrong all day. The proposinl reor
ganization of K jading, and with it the
pet lenient of the truok liae troubles,
furnislod the chief eletuet. t of strengtb
in the general market. At the open
ing prices were geueial'y J. lower
ex:ept the c al stocks, wntch were
fractionary higher. The only dull
period during the day was betweeu 11
acd 12 o clock, and a lull lor a short
time at two or three other times dur
ing the day, but tho ma-ket cloeed
active and strong, at or near the high-e.-t
figures of the da, and with gains
of fractions of 5 per cent , but. the lat
ter De'aware aad Hudson, which sold
ai high a3 10X1 and closed at lLK'i.
La kawauna, wbow general figure wts
the best of trie day, is up 4 J, JerBey
Central developed vtiry decide:!
strength in the lif-t hour, and closed
with a gain of 1J. Neaily everything
on the list is higber, but tha advances
for the ct ter acdva stocks are for frac
tois to lj, Lake Shore rboving a
ra n of ihe la'tar amount, while New
Yoik Central is up i. Among the
granger) Northwestern gained 11, ISt.
1'aul 1, Omaha 11 and the preferred
f. Lackawanna contributed 120,3 K)
Hba-es, the nelt most active stocks
being Lake Shore, St. Paul, Nortti-
westera and Erie in the order Daoicd.
The totxl salea of stock to day were
4S5fi50 ebares, including Canada
Soutbern 11,100, Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Wett rn 120,337, Delaware
and Hudson 28,000, Erie 34,730, Kn
r.as and Texai 4,070, I-ake Hhore 57,-
7o5. Louisville and Nashville 9 0iO.
Northwestern :8,0. New Jersey w
tral 17,055, New York Central 4,9!0,
Facihc Mail 5 193, St. 1'aul 47.299, K
Paul and Omaha 6,100. Unoa
Pa;iflc 13.CC5, Weitsrn Union 10,
875, Noitaern Pacific preferred
11,125, Oregon and Transcoutinan
tal 7,235. Cooling quotations:
ovaasaiggTa.
New 4s, 124'5.
Paoilio 6a ot 1895, 126.
sords.
II. 8. Ss. 100M.
New 4j, 112;.
C. P. firsts, 114.
T. P. land grants, 41.
T. P., Kioti. d-v.,53.
U. P. Srsts, 115?.,.
V. P. land g. 1(6
U. P. a. tund. 121.
Erie seconds, 94'4.
Le'h- Wilkes., 1.8
Louisiana oons. 84.
Missouri 6s. 100.
St. Joseph, 121'.:.
Virginia os, 43.
St.P. A S.0.1st.i27Ji Va. eon.,ex-ni.A.,53.
Tenn. 6s, olu, 56. Va. con. duf., 12.
Tenn. 6s, new, 56'.
Kf'KlXB.
Alams Kinross. 1,4. Nashville k C. 46.
Allegneny Central, N. J. Central, 477.
INortolg k W. vttt.Z!!4.
Northern Pac, 27',
Northern P. pfd, 00' .
N. Y.. O A Kt. L..
A. 1. 11. ntd. 90.
American Ex., l"2i
B..C. R. k H.. 65.
Canada Pac, 64 1 a.
Canada South, 45'.
Central Pacific. 42T-.;.
N.Y., CJt.St.L ,.2J.
0. k N. W .,'.
C. N. W., ptd. J35.
N. Y. Central, loitt
Ohio Central, IJg.
Oa.o k Miss.. -l'i.
O. k Iias. t.fd, 82'
Ontario k West.. 1:':4.
Oregon NaT., lO-'.'i.
Oregon Trans., 32.
Oregon Imp.. 2!S.
PaoiQc Mail, 58). .
Panama, fe8.
Peoria, i). A E.. 21';.
Pitt. burn, 149.
Pullman P KWi.
Reading, 20T.
Rock Island, 127;,.
St. L. 4 8. F ,22
St. L. k S. F. P, 4(1.
Bt.L.A8.F.lstP.104.
C. M. ASt. P.. b:',-
Chesapeake A . . 1 1 .
.4 0. 1st pfd, U
.4 0.2,1 i.fd. 13'..
Chicago A Alton, 141
C. k A. pfd, 150
C, B. AQ.,):i8',.
C, St. L , N.u.
C, St. L. k P., M.
, St. L. r. p, XI.
. s. k r... 34.
C.AC.. 57.!
Del. A Hud.. If 0 4".
Del. L. A W., lii-4-
Pen. k Kio a., 17.
Erie. 20!4.
Erie ptd, 54M.
East Tenn.,3'4.
East Tenn. i,td. 7V4.
rort ayne, 147.
Hannibal k St. Jo, C. M. k St. P. p.
n. at Bt. jo pta. . en. r M. M., 1 14.
Harlem. 213
Kt. P. k Omaha, 41',.
St. P. k O. pfd.. 103,-i.
Texas Pacific. 12',.
Union Pacific 53.
V. S. Express 63.
W., St. L. k P., 10
W., 8t. L. k P.o, 19S.
W. k F. Ex .122.
W. U. Tel, 73S.
Colorado Coal, 24.
Bootastake, 20.
Iron Silver, 2lj.
Houston A I., 31.
Illinois Cen.l2.
Ind. B. A W.. 2ti;.
Kansas A To
Lake E. A W.. 12.
Lake Shore, 89",
Lou. A Nash. ,4i';.
Loo. A N. A., 33.
M. AC, 1st pfd, .
M. A C. 2d old. -.
Hem. A Char., 35),.
OnUrio, 29.
OuirksilTer.O1;.
Ouickstlrer ptu. t1.
South P"cifie, .
Suiro, 17.
Boston, Mass., Febtnary 8 The fol
lowing table, compiled from special dis
patches to the l'ost from tbe manegers
of the lead ng clearing-houses of the
United State-, shows the gross bank
exchans at each point fur the week
ending February 8th, in comnarieon
with the corresponding week tf 1885:
New York. l776.V),0tO: Increase, 55.1.
Boston, 180,340.186: increase, 41.3.
Philadelphia. f"i.( 2S,;V4 : iiH-ree. 29.8.
Chicago, 5 .Ult.ono: increase. 17 6.
St. Louis, $15, .N'., 864 : decrease. 2.2
Baltimore 111.281,41; decrease. 6.5,
Cincinnati, 9,5.VM': increase, 8.5. '
San Francisco, tll.l! 490; increase, 4.7.
Pittsburg, 17.929.043: increase, 27.9.
Louisville, l'.01:l,-l; increase, 9.9.
Milwaukee, (1.824. (': decrease, 14 2.
Kansas City, $4,434,1:13; increase, 17.3.
Providence, $4.218,9,10: increase, 6 1.
Minneapolis, $2,4s(,2; increase. 22.4.
tDonver. 11.272.2-2.
Omaha, H,24.."70; increase, 15.9.
Iiialteton, $l.:.l,i;2.
letroit, $3,2N,2M: increase, 22 8.
Cleveland. !2. V.J. 172: increase. 40.4.
Indianapolis. tl.2l9,23.5; decrease. 19.7.
Columbus, 11,603.673; increase, 17.2.
M still IiIn, SI.H7a,rM: llM-rfnf, 't.
llarttord, (l.K8i,U"4l: increase, 14 li.
New Haven, $1 149,1-70: increase, 3.7.
Peori, $710.88.:: necreHe. 21.6.
Portland, f'lo.lMi; increase, .. 2.
Worcester, $789,753; increase, 16 8.
St. Joseph. $746.(si; increase, 51 9.
rlpringfultf, $7t6.'73: increase, 12 2.
Syracuse. -ki US); increa-e. 14 3.
I.oaell. t:i.9.t.;: increase, 25 3
Total, $l,tsil, 801,3.2; increase, 41.3.
Outside New York, $281,8)1,282; incroise,
18.1.
'Partly estimated.
tNot included in totals.
London, February 8 United S:atfs
binds, 4j', 114L
Pakis, February 8. Three per cent.
rentes 81 f 55c for the account.
HANK CLEANINGS.
Baltimore, Febrmty 8 Bank
d-atings, $.',085,480; balauces, $250,
885. St. Louis. Mo February 8. Bank
clearings, 12,890,575; balances, $508,
000. Nw York, Fbruary 8. Ei-
changes, $133,575,719; ta'ar.ces, $5,
635,479. Philadelphia. Pa., February 8
Bank clearings. 17,023,908; balances,
$1,129,917.
Chicago, III , February 8 Boids
continue to maintain former quota
tions on loanable funds. Thoy indi
cate a supply am pi -i for all business
required. Demand lc ins (it gilt edge
paper found money cny at 50 per
cent. The average time loan is made
a OJ per cent Exchange on New
i oik is par. The bnk clta-mm for
to-day were, $S,ll 1,000.
COTTON MAltKETS.
The local market opened auiet. and
clored steadier; middling, flji. Sales,
4200 bales, inc nding 1400 ru'iudiy
evening, of which 3ti;M) were to export
ers, and 000 to spinners.
EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Yestcrdaf. - SntunlaT.
Ordinary 7'i 7!,
flood Ordinary
Low Middling
Middling
1 Ifi
8 11-16
9',
Noin.
8 8)
(iood Middling....
Middling Hair '
Fair Noin.
Dusty 7K8!i
Sutina and tinges 8 (it8va'
COITOSf STATEMENT,
MRuriiiH, February 3, 13S6,
Stock, September 1, 1885... I,'t92
Keceived to-day !'7
Received previously . 4'S,717
461,106
Shipped to-dsy 1,821
Shipped previousla' 320,154
nurni, eio
Home consumption to date .
32i2,277
Stock, running account....
.'i8,829
ainorts.
Thus far this week ...
Ibus tar last weelt
Siuoe September 1st
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
M ississiiiiii and Tennessee Railroad.
Louisville and Nashville Railroad....
Memphis and Little Hock Railroad.
C, O. andS. W. R. R. .
L...A.O. and lexas Kailrnad
Kansas City.Sprioglieln and M. K.H.
Memphis. Selma and Brunsw'k R.U.
Steamers
Wagons and other sources..,
Total
EjcaortM.
f.'7
Thus far this week
Tnus far lust week
Sinoe September 1st
2,776
M ' 4,M8
..... 322,277
I'ciiipllis and Cbirloston Railroad...
Miss,s.ippi and Tenucsseo Kailroal.
711
4'JI
2:6
223
iin
103
l.ouibville and Nashville KailrouU....
Chesapeake. Ohio and S. W. H.R
Louisville, N. O. & '. R. R
Memphis, So'inaand Bruajwick R,lt.
Total 1,823
N,aw York s50ts onened quiet, and
closed dull. Kulm, 219 bales. QaoU-
tions were as follows:
Vostnr.!?yw
f ntittdny.
6 9 16
7 15-16
'
9 3-10
urainary..
flood ordinary
- V1
.. 8 11 -If.
..lil'a
lo.U
l.,.w midillitig -
Middling
U001I middling
Middling fair
Fair
9 9-16
10 3-16
10 13-10
New Yoik futures opened dull, and
closed tt tad v and 3 to 9 points lower.
faies, llo.hUJ Dales, lhacljsing quo
t;ions were ad follows, aa cjinpared
with Saturday: ,
Yesterday. Sutiirdav.
February
March ,
April mm...
May.
June
July..
August ...
September
October
November
. 8.98 iS 9.00 9.117 'S 9.08
, .(.! 9118 9.13 9.14
.0 164 9.17 .2i'$9.23
. 9.27 4 9.28 ' 9.32.4 9.33
. 9..-,f. i$ 9.3" 8 42 4 9.43
. t.44'4 9.45 9.504 9.51
. 9.52 4 9 5.1 9.5S'4 9.59
. ..oj 9. 2-.) 9.31 4 .ar.
, 9.094 9.10 9.14 4 9.15
, 8.07S 9.09 9.10 4 9.11
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet, and closed weak and irregu
lar. . Sales, 1500 bales.
Yesterday Sntii-duy.
Ordinary . 7'4 7'H
flood ordinary
Low middling. 8'2
Middling 6I
7,'i 1
s2
Good middliug 9 7-16 7-18
The New Orleans future markt
dull, and and cloeed itady, and
4 tj 8 points lower. Sales, 49,500
bales. The closing quotations were aa
follows, as compared with yesterday:
Yesterday. Saturday.
February......... 8.65'4 8.66 8.724
March ....- . 8.61 4 8. M 8 7I4 8.72
April 8 74-4 8.7i 8 sjj (t.K,
May 8.84 8 89 8 96 8.97
Juno 9.024 9.03 9 104 9.11
July 8.134 9 15 9 2I( 9 22
August 9.174 9.19 9.2x4 9.27
September 8 874 8 89 8 134 8 9!
October 8.714 8.72 8 77'4 8 79
November . a 66 8 .67 8.7(m 8 72
December 8.61(4 8.68 8.71'J 8.73
DAILY PORT AND INTKKIOR MARKETS,
lone.
RorPts.! Price. ISloeg.
(lalveston
N Orleans
Ksy,
W.ak.
Quiet.
Ouiet.
Ouiot.
Quiet.
Lull.
Nominal
Hull.
Quiet.
Dull.
Quiet.
Dull.
Mich. Central, TV
Vin. k bt. L.. lb',.
M. k St. L. I'd
Missouri fac. 112;,.
Mobile 0., 15.
Morris k K..offd.l3.V,
... 1,CS
.. 2.809
459t7l4
50
80
76
50
17
' 2 3
.'12
:ir
309
64,421
372.7:0
57,6. i:l
90,7.1
71.4S7
10,491
3J.144
22 013
Mobile....
Savannah
Char'sutn
Wilm'ton
Norfolk ...
llnltimore
New York
Boston ....
Philad'a..
St. Louis..
287.938
6.30
2.1.314
I'll ,705
Augusta .!
Total receipts at ports, this day, 186. ...90,287
Total receipts at ports, Uiis dy. ls5 ...16,244
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT.
1 vm.
1885.
1884.
R'tsatU.S. ports,'
s dvs....
Exports to Ureatl
34,715
25,492 39,468
20,129' 42 224
$60,634 1,027,791
Dr. tain
Stock
Kec'ta since Sept
20.9161
l,0,"4,8ri
1st....,
a mi oi
4.205,332 4,141,744
foreign oupor
rfT2,i0,594i2,9 12,791 2,674.293
Ioorease in nc, sj this year 36,485
Liverpool I A at noon were uuoted
quiet, lather rftiier. Sales, 8000 bales,
of which 6000 were American. Ke
ceipts, 17,600 bales, of which 17,500
were Anient an.
At noon: Ordinary,. 4 3-161; good
2,117 8 13-16
1.585 t
892 8 11-10
2,917 8",
1,756 !i
, 2X1 8'J
1,457 8
1.314 JZ
36 9
1,543 9'4
581 8 11-18
221 8
ordinary, 4 9-16J; low iu:ddling, 4jd;
good midd'inir, 5 3M.I; middling
uplands, 4 15-10d; Orleans. 5 1101.
At noon: Liverpool fit urea were
dull ; Fbrnary, ; Febr tarv-Mareh,
4 5 8 644 59 04J; Maich-Apri'l, 4 0 V04
W4 59 041; April-May, ; Msv,
June, 4 63-04d; June-JnA-, 5 1-tilJ;
Juiv-Angtiet, J August September,
5 8-0l(i5 7 04d.
At 5 p m. : Liverpool ftturea were
steady ; February,4 58-04 1 buyers : February-March,
4 6S-64d buyers; March
April, 4 59 04d sellers; April-May, 4
01-641 eeilrs; May-June, 4 1 i 04 J sell
ers; June-July, 5 l-04d buyers; July
August, 5 4-04d sellers; August-September,
6 7 Old sellers.
At 6 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
duil; February, 4 57-64J buyers; February-March,
4 57 Old buyers: March
April, 4 5S-04d buyers: Aril-May. 4
00 04d sellers; May-June, 4 62 04d
value; June-July, 5d buyers: July
August, 5 3 614 buyers; August-Sep
tember, o 6-04d buyers.
GENEUAL Tit ADE.
ri'TlKK IlEtsJt.
The following i the rero'd of the
bids aid oll'xrs ut the Call I', ..i-d ol the
Mercl atiti' Excbnne yettjnlay:
CORN.
N.i. ?, white, spot, 40e bid ; February,
41c bid, 42c asked; April, 4.'J. bid, 40s
asked: May, 44c bid, 47c a iked; No. 2,
rot, 37Jc b. t. bid; Febiua-y, 37J3 o.
t. bid, 39i asked; March, :S: o. t. bid;
April, 383 bid; May, 41Ja bid, 43j
asked.
OATS.
No. 2, February, S3c asked.
VRAM.
SM, $14 75 bid, $15 2 nuked.
CORNMKAL.
Spot, 91 95 bid; February, $1 95 hi j;
April, 2 10 bid ; May, $2 20 bid, $2 35
aeked.
BHKAIINTliriD.
(Joan White, 47c; mixed, 40c, from
store; from levee or depot, white,
44c: mixed, 42c.
Hav Choice, from store,85c; prime,
75(n)S0c ; prairie, 60c ; round lotx from
levee or depot, choice, $15; prime,
$13 50; prairie, $8.
Oats White, 38c; mixed, 37c, from
store. Riund lots .from levee on
track white, sacked, 3."ilc; mixed,
sacked. 34 1!.
Oatmeal In half birreLj, $3 50 from
Store.
Oornmsai. Standard, $2 10fS)2 ?0;
pearl, $3j3 25 from store; 5o
cheaper from mill, levee or track.
Fl-iuk From store, donblo ext,
: triple extra, ; fimily, 4
4 25; choice, $1 2.i4 50; Uncy, $1 75
(ifi; extra fancy, $5 235 75; pntents,
t00 25; round, lots from levee or
track, 10o cheaper; car lots choice,
$1 8V3i4 05; family, $3 00 t3 75 ; fancy,
$4 3ll(i4 50; extra fancy, $1 7505;
patents, $5 25fg)5 61.
Bran From store, 85r per cwt;
round lots from levee, $15 per ton.
Bbans Navy,$2 25; medium, $2.
Rick Louisiana, 4j05o; Carolina,
e7c.
Hominy and Grits From store,
$1 75(3.
Cracked Wumt-In half barrels,
$4 from store.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4 Jo; soda,
treble extra, 5c; lemon crem crack
ers, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7$c; giniter snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, trohle extra, 0c; as
sorted jumbles, 9o.
Ft. Louis, Mo., February 8. Flour
s'eady; XXX, jj3 lHi'3 f: family,
13 30(d)3 40 ; exti a, $3 70,0,5 51). Wheat
quiet end essy, closing u: J()lc lower
than Saturday ; No 2 red, cash, 89J(.A
OJc; Fehruirv, 8!lt h;d: March, 91c
ahed; May,93i!t:!lG)94j, closing ot
)3i". asked. Corn very quiet and
weakpr, closing; a' liii-ls 'oor than
Satiudity ; No. 2 mixed,' :nh, 33fn):U Jc ;
hebmary, 33J.i; March. Hlvnwlsc,
clnsicg nominal at 34jc; May, 30 a)
37c, closing at 3(ij i. Oits tinn tmt
dud; No. 2 mixed, cash, 281(jD283;
Febrcurv. 283 ibid; May, Slid. Kye
firmer, 59i 1. Barley dull aud un
changed. Hay In fair d"tii-ind at
stealy pric-s; timothy, $11 50(i)14;
prairie, $0 508. Flaxseed steady,
$1 00. Bran firm, (12 ju at mill ; 036i
04c on east track. Cornmeal firm at
$1 85190. Receipts-Flour.SOOObrla;
whear, 19,000 bu; corn, 164,000 bu;
oats, 15,000 bu ; rye, 2000 bu barley,
15,000 bu. ShipmoulH Flour.5000.brls;
wheat, Done; corn, 22 000 bu : oKte,
8000 bu; rye, 1000 bu: tn ly, 1000 bu.
Afternoon Bmird. Wliet t irregular;
la ver to J,! higher. Corn cany, but
l.rires about unchanged. (Uj a eliadd
ttuier.
CuiCAGi, I ix , February 8 Wheat
fl icttioted within n range of lc tc-da
xlay,
cloiiDg in the It t st trading a e
lower than Saturday. There was a
mod 'ratoly strong opening, May it l
Vitucing under g, o 1 Liddit.g to 8 7
ltie. lot when the estimates as t
Ihe visible mpply indicateda decrease
if only 500 0 0, when a decrraie of
1, 009,000 biie!i-li 1 a 1 been calcul ited
upon, free selling fo!'oed, which
caused the price to drop to 4 5 lor,
followed by a rally t 84 9 10o, which
wai the closing tlnre at 1 o'clock. In
t ie afternoon the feeling was stronger,
Mny sel'ing at 85c, but du el at
8-1 j:. There were rumors that tbe
Australian crop was not as largess
expected, and tbil may have bad an
effect in sustaining prices at one time
during the , seadon. Foreign advices
indicated a' little more inquiry, and
tie receipts a, prirrary points in this
roxhtry continue bitht Flour quiet
and unchanged. Whta1, opened it
Saturday's doting figures, rallied Jc,
sold oil 1 Jn, closing J l wer than FuV
urday. bales rangwl: February. 78
;)79jc, closed at 79j; March, 79Jfa
H()J", closed at 7'Jjc; May, 84 5-10ft
85 7-ldc, closed at 84 7-lbc; Jane,F,"ii
(Si87c, closed at 80jc; No. 2 spring, 79
(0)811c; No. 3 spring, 71, c. Corn
quiet and easier: cash, SOjc; Febru
ary, 36 3-16(S,38Jc- closed at 30 3-10c;
March, 30 5-16(" '!f. 7 10c, clowed al
SO 5162 ; May, 40040 3-lrJc, cloiedat
402. Oatsdalt and easy ; cash. i.9c;
February, 28jc; March, 28 1310c;
May, 31 j Rye quiet: No. 2, 58J.!.
Barley dull; No. 2,40c. Flaxseed quiet
No. 1, $1 12. Reciipi8 Flour, 10,000
brls; wheat. 11.000 bu; corn, 103,010
bu; oats, 145 000 bn; rye, 30,000 bu;
barley, 5d,000 bn. Shipments Flonr,
808) brls; wheat, 17,000 bu; corn, 39,
000 bu; oats, 1000 bu; rye, 7000 bu;
barley, 34,000 bu.
Afiemoo Board. Wheat opened a1,
85'i, May, but fall back and cloeed at
8 lc. C'jrn and oats were unchanged.
PROVlNIOMsl.
Bctteb Creamery, f840c; dairy,
17ft)2")c; butterine, 1410s; country,
12K18c, according to condition.
(JtiKuue i'nme nits. 7(i)83: New
York factory, 83 ; full cream, 1 1 i 1 2c ;
Y.A., HJfl2c
Mehs I'obk Old. J10 75foill per
barrel; new, $11 76(S)12 per barrel;
ngir-cured ham), nacked, 9)(a)l0c;
breakfast bacon 8.'.)c; clear rib ba
conv6J0c. Bulk I'ork Clear aides, 0(8 Jc;
clear rib sides, 6J'!:; long clear, 6
5ic; (honlders, 4(j4ic.
iARD rierces,bi(uM)4c ; nan-Barren,
6fc; kegs, CJct buckets, 7fe7ic; half
buckets, 7iMic: 60 lb tins, 64(3fc;
20-tb Uns,6(S)6,c;10-It. tins, 6,7ic;
5-lb tins, 7(7h7c; 3-tti tins, 7J(37Jc;
choice kettle, tierces, 7(Lii7Jc. "
Fre4ii Meats Beef tiood Kansas-
City steers, heavy, 8.-; light, 70i7c
(xiws and heifers, 0j.'; mutton, fc
UrntiS, hjo: pork, tie,
I K1SK
$;i(.)3 25,
8t. Ix)i is, Mo., Kobrusry 8 Pro
visions dud and lower. Pork, $1125.
Lird tirm,5.!)')Vi'0!;. Bulk meats, loose
lots, long clear, 6,c; short rib, 5.00oj
short clear, 6 jc ; boxed lots long clear,
5.30c; short ribs, 5J: short clear, 5.00c.
Bacon long clear, 7jc: short ribs, 0 05
(.i,t Jc; short clear. H.KV.0 30c. Butter
steady; cnamery, 2530c; dairy, 10(.a
24c. Eggs tlrrd, lSJl'Jc.
Cincinnati, O , February 8. Pork
in light demand at $11 25. Lard weaker,
0 07 Jn. Bulk meats dull; shoulders,
41c ; short rib, 605 00c. Bacon in
light demand; shoulders, 5Jc; short
no, b.3,ic; shoit cltar, Oja. But
ter dnll ; Northwestern extra crennnery,
35(j)30c; good to prime creamery, 20('O
30 j; choice dairy roll, 1215c. Kgge,
in consequence of more liberal re
ceipts, are easier at 21c. Cheese in
liiiht demand ; prime to choice cured
Onio factory, 9J(j)l0c.
Chicaoo, February 7. Mess
pirk openel at 5(5)7jc 'ower; ralliel
again and sold oil at l'.Mc, closing at
inside figures ; (inti $10 !k'(. ?10 r;
February, $10 tS(.f ,11 ; cloeed at
$10 95; March, $10 97)(.M1 07,, closd
ft $1095(;09"s; May, $11 15(.i)ll 27J;
c losed at $11 15(.t)U 1 7s. Lard quUt
and easier; cash and February, 0.1 (lc;
May, 20(.i)liJ; closed at 0.20(.d
6.22 jc. B. xed inats steady ; dry slkd
shi.udits, 3.1l.(;i)4c; shirt rib stdm
5.45; short clear sides, 6.80",K5e,
tiiiiter ( diet but low; ceauiery, 25)
a;c ; rairy, n(aLiic; K;g, r.M.'Uc,
Afternoon Board: I'ork advanced
5c; Lud unchanged
WRUC'EKIKH.
Poap-$2 103 50 per case.
Coffee Comtinn, 8J(j)8jc; ordi
nary, 99Je; prime Rio, 10ft)llc:
choice to fancy, ll,(;i)121c; old gov
ernment, 23(.i)25o; Ceylon, 20o.
Suuab fitstern yellow, fiJGt)71c;
pure w. c. white, 0j(n)7c; off white,
0j(.ii0c; yellow clarified, 0j0Jv,
mien kettle, 50O(c, retloed A, 71(.t)
7Jc; gtanulated, 71c; pjwdored, 8jc;
cut leaf, 8,c.
Molasmki Louisiana, common to
fair, 23(S)27c; prime to choice, 40(.t)55c;
syiup, 25(.t)40c; common to lair, aoy
33c; prime to choice, 3)0)lOc.
Candies Sticksr ail sixes, in boxes,
paiU Rnd barrele. 71C)8s.
Candles Full weight, 10 jllo.
TuBACoa Common, 11-inch, 27(i)
30c; other grades and styles, 2585c.
rinuf! Oarrett's, $10 85 per case;
R4lph's,$10 25 per case; R. K., $9 50.
Canned Goods, arc. Pricxa per
dozen: Pineapples $135$ I 05;peHches,
2-lb, standard, $1 3"(i)l 50; seconds,
1 15f.i)l 2; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
90c(iiltl;3-lb,$110(i)120;strawberries,
$1 30(")1 40; raspberries, $1 15(.tU 25;
blackberries, $l(a)l 15; greengages,
fl 00(a) 1 75; pears, $2(3)2 25; plums,
f l (HXU 70; apaagus, $1 00n)4:
green corn, fl(l 35; green peas, $1
f",,225; cove oyBters, full weight, 1-lh,
$1 10(.iil 15; cove oysters, full weight,
2 lb, $l 90 4)1 95; cove oysters, liuht
woight, 1-lb, 05it; cove oye'eri, light
weight, 2 lh, $110 ; courtensed milk
Crown, $5 90; Ktgle, $77j; Swiss $0.
Baltimohb, Md, February 8. Col
fee quiet ; Kio cargoes, ordinary to
fair, 5J5f;8l 0.
Santos, February 0. CofT e re
ceipts during the week, 85,000 bags;
purchanes for the United Htates, 4000
hsgj; cluaranc for the United Htates,
none.
Rio Jankiho, February 6. Cjll'oe
receipts during tho week, 0100 begs;
piirehaees for the United Htates, 71,
(HI) bxtr; clearances for the United
Htates, 52,000 bags; stock, 280,000 bags.
New Yokk, February 8. Colin
options a shade higher: sales, 13,750
bKs; February, 0 (I5(;0 70c ; March,
April and May, 0(15;: June,0 70,'i)0ii!;
January, 0 95c; Mar. ban si April to
gether, 0.05c. Sugar dull and nomi
nal; fair to good redoing, 5Jfi)5Jc; re
fined quiet. MclasHHS dull; t.'ubn to
strive, 23 cents for bt" tett. Rice firm
and in fair demnnd.
Havana, February 8 I.ait Fa'ur
daythe closing price for sugar was
$3 25 pur 100 lbs. Duritg the pres
ent week nutiier'Mis nt'es have been
nude, hi t more business would have
boon t'onsacie.l if the holders had ac
cepted the diets. Little was done at
tliM (,ut ports, owing lo tha firmness of
holddrs. the market cloeed quiet but
litiu. Stocks in warehouse at Havana
and Matai)ists-ltl,8u0 boxes, 121,000
bgs and 3300 I isheadn. Rcceipla
for tho week 1C5(I boxes, 40,000 I ajs
and 0.'2 hoitHheadi. Kxpor's dining
the week 1.5,0(10 bugs and 10 ) bogs-
1 hemic, all 01 which to the United
Matw. n lasses sugar, regular lo
goid rl''"i''4i," $- i-iO'l- 50 P"1,
quintal; Muscovado stifa-, lair to gotd
leliuing $2 2,5(nj$2 50; centrifugal ec
gur, 92 ti 9i t (ilurization, In liogs
he xl--, tajrj and boxes, t'.uij'i IS, per
il'iintal.
HOUftMIOI.il Ut'FI.IKH.
Ai'PLKs-Apples, $2 252 50 from
store; 1202 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried aoples, 3lc per
pound from store. Died peaches, 3
4c from store.
ViouTABLEs Onions, $2 753 25
per car-load, from levee or depot. Po
tatoesIrish, northern, $2 25(j2 60,
packed; car-loads from levee or depot,
$22 25 per barrel. Cabbalistic
per head. Kront, brls, $5fc)0; half
brls, $2 75(3. Garlic, 4000u per 100.
FauiT Oranges, Louisiana, none;
Florida, t-Vyi 50 per box. Lemons,
$3 5004 per box. Btnanas, 50c(i
109 par hunch. Cocoanut, $4
per $1 00. Peanuts Virginia, 6
7c; Tennessee, farmer's stock, 2 Je ;
recleaned,3JJc; roasted, 2 Jc biuher;
shelled, 10c Almonds, 18:.u)20o, Chest
nuts green, 12j15c ; dry, none.
Raisins imdon layers, $3 50; lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
$3 60(o)4.
Pickles In jn, pints, 90c; quarti,
$1 Ml; half gallons, $2 60; gallons,
$3 75; loose, barrels, $0: half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mix
ed, $0.
Pecans Texas, 5('8jc for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkaocae,
3VV)i.
Walnuw French, 12c; Naples,
15c; (jrenohles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 tO per barrel
and $4(a4 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky
barrels, 10 507; Kentucky half-barrels,
$1. Vinegar, U(16c per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per dozen, $80
12 ; geese, $KS)4 ; docks, $3; chickeni,
good demand, $.'3; dressed turkeys,
:arce, 123 to 14c per nound.
Fisn Mackerel hall-barrels. No. L
$4SWo)4 75; No. 2, i 603 75; No.
3, $2 753;10 lbkit. No. 1, 80c; No.
2, 70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry her
rings, family, 80c per box.
Gams Venison, whole, 3.oi5c; sad
dles, H'i 8c; bear, 0 8c; wild turkeys,
50075c ; ducks, $1 502 50; squirrels,
7.'c; quails, 75cfntl ; prairie chickens,
$5: game fisb, tKox8c.
Egos Scarce, 25c.
COTIOaT-SBED, OIL, Ete.
Seed Delivered at depot and
wharf, $S per ton ; on bank of river
(f. o. b. ho.t),1; wagm st mills SS.
Meal Prime I. o. b., $15 per ton
Less than cr load lots, $15 50. From
store, 90c sack. Cake Nominal ; $10
per ton. (Jii. in car-load lots, prime,
crude C. S. oil, 2202 :c; prime summer
vellow, 251'nsi27c; oil summer yellow,
25(j,20c; miners', 27(."4V: choice cook
ing summer yellow, 28(i)30c.
HORSES ln MI LKS.
Horsk Good drivinir. $12.V2'0
good saddle, $140:!(X); plugs, $3.5i.S0;
good mares, s.i(.,.)i-to.
Mn.Es 14 to 1 $UiAl30; 15 to
13. $125H0; 15J to 10. $1400175,
Supply small; demand moderate.
PEf ROLKUN ntKKET.
Coal-Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, ice per ga ion.
Cleveland, O , February 8. Petro
leum steady; s.w., 110 , 8,c.
Pittjburo, Pa., February 8. Petro
leum active.woik and lower; National
Transit certificates opened at 82c and
closed st 8;ic; highest price, 821c ;
lowett, (yjc.
W II IN K T . W I t.N, I.l l' O KH, Kit;,
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, Ft. Iiuis, Sro.,Febtuary 8. Whisky.
itaady, $1 10.
CmcAdo, Iix, February 8 WhiBky
tt'tt ly, $1 10.
Cincinnati, O., Febrnn-y 8
Whisky active and firm, $1 10; sales of
2257 1 arrets of finished goods on 'iia
basis.
R4444imhl AND TIEN.
Baouino Jute, 9011o; (lax, (Kd
10JC, according to weigtit. Ties, $1 20
01 25.
N Aii-$2J)O02n
UIDEH AND PKLTRY.
Hides Dry flint, 14017c; dry salt,
10012c; green salt, 709c; green, Out)
7c; deer skins, 18o; linnter-handled
coon skins, each, 20050c; country
coon skins, 10030c; mink, 10030c;
mnekrat, 6(.i)10i; otter, S105; hoar,
$105; beaver, 6Oc0$l ; wildcat, 200.)
40c; fox, 2575o; sknnk, 2507ic.
Beeswax, 22c; tallow, AOe.
I.IIMRI.R NtlliET,
The following are the wholesale
prlcesof lumber in this market :
Laths Pnplar,$t 50; cypress, $2 50,
Poplar 1 in , 1st and 2d clear, $25;
li and 2 in, Is', and 2d clear, $25;
common board, $10012 50; Riding
strips, lJxO, lace measure, 1st and 2d
clear, $25; ceiling-, 1x0 in., 1st and 2d,
$22 : dressed, 1, 1 J and 2 in., Ht and 2d,
$:O035; coiatnon dressed, 1 in., $14
015.
Timiikr Ponlar. 5(i!9: cvnress. $5
09 ; cotton wood, i 203 ; gum, $303 60 ;
oak, $-508; aah, $003; black walnut,
120 -50.
Cottonwood 1 to 3 In. mill run,
culls out. flO'oill.
Red Guxi-2.1, $18019, nominal;
common, $801U.
Yellow 1'inh 1, lj and 2 in., 1st
and 2d, $20024 ; dressed, $30; Mooring,
6 and 8 in., $2; flooring. 3 aud 4 in.,
$27 50; 2d II Hiring, $22 60; heart step
lumber, $30010; ceiling, $25; I cell
ing, $22 50; 1 ceiling, $20.
Ash 1st and 2d clear, 1 to 3 in.,
$20(n23; common, $11013 50.
Cyphers I, 1 ) aud 2 In., 1st and 2d
clear, $23025 ; common, $15; fencing,
1x0, 10 ft., $15.
Km Net lis No. 1, sawed or shaved,
$1 25; sawed or shaved saps, $3.
Black Walnht-M and 2d, 1.1)
and 2 in., $05075; common, $35 500
40: culls, $18025.
Oak-1 to 4 in., lit and 2d, $20022;
common, 1 and 2 in., $8012.
I.I VIS MI'OtH.
The market retrained very quiet
but steady for all got les of stock dur
ing the grettir put of the week, with
the supply o! ail grades equal to the
demand, which, to a great extent, was
attributable to the bad weather. The
week closes with Increasing demand
for the better gtu les, and while sup
ply has been equal to demand, we
anticipate a clearing ot the yard'
early in the coming week. There bin
been considerable inquiry jritjckers
and feeders the past day or, two, aud
the week tloted with our yards tare
We look fur a .better feeling in all
stock the toning woek.
Cattlb Choice to extra corn fed, 900
to 1050 lbs., 4M4Jc; good, 8)M4o.
(iruss choice, Hj0Hc; Rood, 303c;
fair to medium, 2j'(42jc; comuon,
H02c.
1 1 ous-Choice, :ii'"J4c; good, .M'u
'in; common, 30!).iin.
Siikkp Choice, 3l'S4c; medium, 3
3c; common, f 101 50.
Cincinnati, O., Fjhrna.-y 8. Hogs
steady and firm; common and liuht,
i'.s 3504 10; packing and butchers',
$4 050 4 45. Rjodptu, 1250 head ; ship
ments, 432 head.
Kansas City. Mo., February 8.
The .ter; Stock Indicator reports: Cat
tlereceipts, 8900 head ; shipments, 4S4
head; market st ong and 10c hiitlier;
exnorterp, $5 2005 30; good U) choice
slil pt.i 111;, $4 t)n5 70; common to
mediuin, $3 9004 60; stockers and
feeders, $2 0003 75; cows, $203 25.
Hoks receipts, 0070 head; shipuienls,
1018 head; weak and 10a lower; good
to choice, $3 0504 10; common to
medium, $3 050 4 40. Sheep receipts,
1008 head; shipments, none; steady;
good to choice, $3 2,Vai3 75; common
to medium, $2 5003..
St. Louis, Mo,, February 8. Cattle
receipts, 900 head; shipments, 320
head ; market active, firm and 10015c
higher; good to choice shipping and
export, $4 8005 30; common to me
dium, $404 60; butcher steers, $3 250
4 25; cows and heifers, $2 2i03 7O;
stockers and feeders, $2 760 4 25.
Hogs receipts, 4500 head; shipments,
500 head ; market active and ttsady on
heavy hogs; slower on light; butch
ers' and choice heavy, $4 300 4 50;
mixed packing, $404 25; light, $3 00
03 90. Sheep receipts. 100 head;
shipments, none ; firm and unchanged.
Chicaoo, Iix, February 8. The
Droveri' Jourmii reports: Cattle re
ceipts, 400 bend; shipments, 1800
head; market steady; shipping steers,
9i0 tj 1500 pounds, $3 5005 tO;
stockers and feoders, $2 4004 10;
cows, bulls and mixed, $1 7603 75;
bulk, $2 2502 75; tpalt of all cat
tle mid was veiy common. Hogs re
ceipts, 24,000 head; shipments, 7000
head; maiket slow and 6015a low
er: rough and mixed, $3 7504 10;
packing; and shipping, $4 10(m4 fO;
light, $3 0004 10; skips, $2 600 3 50.
Sheep receipts,3500 head ; shipments,
1000 head; market slow aid 10020c
lower; natives, $204 03; ""exans, $20
3 50; lambs, $405 25. The .DrutW
Journal' 1 special telegram from Liver
pool quotes a further decline o' jc
por pound in American cat la.
Best steers are selling at 12 cents per
pound, estimated dead we'ght. This
puts prices down to within i cent of
tbe lowett price reached in many
months.
HEW TORK DRY ttOODSJ MARKET.-
Nkw York, February 8. There bai
been a lees general request, fctlll a de
maud of some irregularity has re
turned a very good bueiness on cotton
goods, but principally the colored
styles, with a much better feeling
ruling.
RIVERS A.D STEMR01TS.
ITIAHKR8 LEATISQ
TUI8 DAT.
Arkansas River. Jos Pcrgaa, 5 p.m.
St FranciHiver Rang MacataDr, 5 p.n
Cat Island Kxqdiiis, 4 p.
WEDNESDAY.
New Orleaii 8. Hats, 10 a.m.
New Orleans .. ...C.P.CHiiCTasr. 5 p.m
Cincinnati .Quidimi StarS p.m.
friars Point. .....Coxaoa, S p.m.
Osceola ....Dx Aoaes, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati Ohio, 6 p.m.
Tlll'KSDAY.
Arkansas Citr.KiTa Adams, 8 p.m.
Tiptonville (liToao, 5 p.m.
IV bite Kiver.Ci:ngstw, 8 p.m.
MOVK-EMTti AT THE LEV EE.
Arrivali. James W. Gaff, Cincin
nati ; Coahoma. Friars Point; Chas. P.
Chouteau, New Orleans; K.t Adams,
Arkansas City ; Knquirer, Cat Island.
Dtpari urea. James W. Gaff, Cincin
nati ; (iiiynto, Tiptonville; Dean
Adams.Ojceola; F.oquiror, Cat Island;
Coahoma, Friara Point; Ka'e Adams, -Arkansas
City.
Beat in J on. Chas. P. Chouteau,
Joe Peters and Rene Macready.
7tonti lhif Ihtm. Ohio.
BiaU Due (.p. Enquirer and Gold
en Rale.
KecelnlN Tctrrly.
Cothoma 77 bales ret on, 50 bass
seed cotton, 4 pkgs sundries.
inquirer 3 ta'es cotton, 12 haw
set'd cotton, 19 sks seed, 10 i-kgs sun
dries, lot hides and furs.
Kate Adama 284 bales cotton. 33
bags seed cotton, 12H3 sks feed, 14
wavons, 30 scinpers, 42 pkes sundries.
Ch a 1. P. Chouteau 0 bales co'.lon.
0 hales motes, 15,717 sks seed, 63 hds
sugar, 345 brls sugar, 100 brls mo-
atses, -0 brls cement, 10 hhdl rocoo
nute, 45 bales hags, 51 pkirs II. 11.
gondii, 13 hd mules, 3 pkgs sundries.
James W. GaU-1388 bsgs torn, 1184
brls potatoes, 32 brls onions, 160 brls
meal, 75 brla ilour, 90 brls oil, 2 brls
whisky, 3,50 brls rnlt, 15 brls starch, 18
brls cement, 1 brl sausaite, 140 bales
bay, 800 cases tomrties, 31 cases slass.
4 cares butter end egns, 27 cu ea sun
dries, 7 cHes haidware, 00 cases milk.
keg-i whisky, 129 kegs nails, 100
hexes starch, 152 pkgs furniture, 22
pkgs sundries, 20 palls but'er, 37 tubs
butter, 300 o'l barrels, 63 bdls spokes,
125 C sndC'B, 41 bdli collars, 408 reels
wire, re,elH rope, 2 colls tope, 02
bdls wire, ,12 car axles, 09 plows,70dos
bio imp, 40 bdls c. ties, 1 ckir s'ovs. 1
skill, 10 ) empty kegs and 78 dressed
nogs.
FUTURE MOVsinKNM.
Tub Chickasaw. Ca;t. Lid. O. Pottil,
goes out Ihuraday evening for all
points ou White rivor.
The Rone Macrealv, Cunt O. K.
Joplln, is the packet this evening at
6 o'clock for St. Francis River.
The O. Line steamer Guiding Star,
dipt. J. D. llegler, will paw up to
morrow evening f jr Cincinnati.
The Lee Line packets to-morrow
evening tire the Onboina for Friars
Point aud the Doan Adams for O3
cecla. The Knqnirer, dipt. J. D. Randall,
is the packet this evening at 4 o'clock
for Scanlan's landing, Cat Ielaud and
all way points.
The Gayoso, Capt. W. P. Hal', is
the packet Thursday evening at 5
o'c'o k fur Hale's Point, Tiptonville
aud M way points. J. P. Walt is in
her cilice.
The O. Line steamer Golden Role.
Capt. O. P. Shlukle. is due up, bound
for Cincinnati and a l Intermediate
S li nts on the Ohio river. Albert
hitikle is in her olllce.
The Knlo Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United Statesm ail pack
et Thumlay evening at 5 o'clock,
for Helena, vArkansas City, and all
way landing W. C. Blanker is in
her olllce.
Tim elegant, pauengjr tt tamer, '
Will H. Hays, Capt. Win. Baker, in
the Anchor Line, will puis down to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock for New
Or ha us and all intermediate landings.
John K. Masaengtle Is her clerk.
The Joe Peters, Capt. K. R. Smith, .
is the packet fits evening at 5
o'clo.'k for all points on Arkannn
river, going thrown to Pine Blutl'.
Chas. Mussulman has charge of her
(illice, assisted by B'lly Johnson.
The Ohio, dpt. M. M. Deem, is the
pa:kat to-morrow evening at 5 o'clock
for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all way 'Hillings 01 the Ohio river.
Harry P tutor and Harry Best are her
e'erks Tbe Ohio will give cheap rates
to ell points Noit'i and Kiet.
The great iron s'eatner Charles P.
Ch(rt'ai, Capt. William 11. Thorwe
gun, is the regular packet tomorrow
evening Rt 5 o'clock for Helena, Ar
kaiiNiis City, Groenville, New Orleans
and all wit; landings, George Milten
berger is in charge of her office, as
sisted by CI uin Nolte.
UK.1IKAI, HEWS).
Itc.siNRHs fair.
Weather clear itnd warmer.
Levee sloppy and bad on foot.
Navigation is resumed in Arkansas
river.
Catt. John C. Crane of St, Louis is
in the city.
The Gayoso cleared last evening for
Tiptonville.
The Knquirer departed lait evening
for Cat is'aid.
The Lee Line packets got away last
evening with fair trips.
T11 k Jo 3 Peters goes out this even
ing for Arkansas river.
Cait. R. A. Speed has leturned
from a tiip to Ht. Louis.
Maj. John D. Adams was in the city
yesterday and left by rail for Little
Rock.
Tin river here at r. ads 16 feet 4
tenths on tbe gauge, a fall of 8 tenths
last 24 hours.
Receiits by river yesterday 370
bales cct'on, 101 bags seed cot tin and
17,019 sacks seed.
Capt. Frank Ellison of the new
steamer Hudson, now building at
Pittsburg, is in the city.
Cai-t. John N. Habiiin received a
dispatch from Cant Ed Nowland at
Pine BInl!', yesterday, paying that the
E. W. Cole arrived there, and would
leave there for this placs to-day.
Tus Kite Adams arrived 8unday
morning from Arkansas City with 281
bales of cottoD, 33 tare of seed-cotton.
1283 sacks cf seed and 90 packages of
sundries, and rtturned again laet even
ing ith a good trip.
The James W. Gaff arrived Sunday
morning from Cincinnati with 6tKX
packages cf freight for this place and
returned last night with 675 bales of
cotton, 250 barrels of cotton seed oil,
400 sacks of oil meal and a big lot of
sundries, and several passengers.
Toe Charles P. Chouteau arrived
Sat trday night with a big trip. Among
her freight was ls,717 tacks of cotton
seed, 03 hogsheads of sugar and a big
lot of sundries. The Chouteau will
lay over nntil to-morrow evening on
account of the wet condition of the
banks of the river below here.
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