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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THURSDAY FEBPxUAPvY 11 1SS6.
FIMCE ASD OTIEME.
MONET 8 FEB CENT., SEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PUEHILS.
Cotton Closed Qui? t,MiMHn? 8 9 lCc;
Sales, 2050 llales (eueral
Money in good dene and at S per cent.
Local securities firm and advancing.
The cot on market was weak yester
day and closed at the Exchange quiet.
Eales, 2050ba.es; receiptf, 95 bales;
Btock, 138,191 tales. At New York
spots closed weak, middling 9 l-16c;
futures weak and 4 to 8 points lower.
At New Oilcans spots closed weak
aad irregular, middling 8 9-16jj futures
barely steady and 5 to 9 points lower,
February, 8.558 66c. Liverpool spots
were dull in buyers' favor; futures
weak and down 1 6 id ; February, 4 55
64d. Receipts a', all United States
porta yesterday were 13,885 bale,
againtt 9804 same time last year.
In general traie nothing new is re
ported beyond a weaker feelin in
eggf, which are now held at 2425c.
provisions andbreadatuJa unchanged.
Seven pkgs butter, 2 rls bugling, 81
pkgs bacon, 76 pkg cheese, 1 car cotton-seed,
2S0 brla cotton-seed oil, 5
Dkus drv stoods. 1905 brls flour, 70
bales bay, 48 hd bona, 10 hd ca'tle, 132
ekes lard. 83 pkgs Honors, 45 brls
mo acmes. 3200 bu oaU 30 brls onions,
625 brls potatoes, 11 cars oork sides
and 87 pkgs tobacco.
JOHN I. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
. rCorronpondBce solicited. Infor-
nsntlon etoejerfnlly furBlesied.-fcw
Money in good demand at 8 per
cent The Cleariag-House report is as
V.L..J., M.1M S.W.(if,7 In I 44. '.117 54
Ttau lur this week... 84H,fct 78 JTH,(M1 3t
fcanie lima last week 1.BW.41S l liio.v.u TO
., U2S.17S 4J til.m 64
Cur. tiuie lt84 6,4,855 &7 137.77S 93
New York sight on all polnta-H (lis
New Knxlanu demand.. dn
N.w UtiiflfLnd aisht hktln
New Orlops... H dn par
In the first column we mivt the prio bid
and in the second the price aiked.
Bank of Commeroe........ .147' 9tr0
Kirt National -Vb 140
Ooriunn Bank lifinaiio
Stat National - '14i)
Union 4 Planter .14
Bluff City H
'Memphis City 102
Arlington - 2
Tenneico certificates. Den! E.... ftlVi'? KPA
Tennemee warrante, tonea O w MM
.Shelby County bonds - 1"4 OlOrt
Taxinir-Uietriot 4, 6'...
Taxing-Ditriot6' ....W t
MeinpniatStoriureCompresaCo 1H7 C 11 0
Memphis tlus Company stock.- ... U & ioli
Memphis Mas Company bonds ..-.oiv'a ...
Memphis Water Co. bonds M 4
UansnrrOil Works. 0 50
City Oil Works 9 45
Pioneer Cotton-Mills... ............ & So
American Cotton Oil trusts ...... 20 21
Memphis tiity Kailway Bonds .... luu &HU
Nw Yobk, February 10. Money on
call easy at 12 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper, 46 per cent. Ster
ling exchange quiet at 487 for 60 days
and 489 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds dull and
steady. State bonds dull and steady.
Railroad bonds active; sales, $3.115,
COO; closing about evenly divided be
iween advances and declines.
Stocka The first setback in the re
markable movement in coal, stocks
which within a short time carried
prices up nbont 20 per cent., occurred
to dav. The opening was s:mewhat
irregular. Lackawanna showing a ae-
clino oJ S, Delaware ana ttuuson up i
and the rest of the list slight changes.
In many cuaes there was a slight ad
vntirn j'uilv. This was fo'.lowed by i
decided break in Lackawanna and
Delaware uud Hudson, the former
sellinir down !rom 134: to 131 J on
. verv heavy nnles: Delaware nnd Hud'
son from 107J declined ti 104 before
12 o'clock; t antral of New Jersey
from 52J declined to 503. The move
ment iu the rest of the list was less
important, but in sympathy with
col stocks. There was a Iohs of frac
tions to over 3, Pacific Mail Felling
down from 58 to 563, Union
Pacific Iiom 63 to 52. The break in
these two stocks was due in part to ru
mors coming of adverse leeislatioa in
Con greet). After midday the market
again become strong, Lackawanna re
covering 11, Delaware and Hudson 11,
New Jersey Central ljj, Pacific Mail 11
and the rest o'. the active list frac
tions. A later fractional decline ex
cept iu n few feverish stocks was fol
lowed 1)7 0 more quiet but sfaly
t)ne, which continued totheclase.
Halee, 490,943 shares, Lackawanna,
Erie, Lake fe'bore, New Jersey Cen
tral and 8t ran": ) rntly contributing
292,800 sharet). Missouri. Kansas n nd
Texas shows s gain of 2 and Orecon
Transcontinental J. With theB ex
ceptionu pricef- were losrer, declines
ranging from n'.l fractions to over 1,
notably Lackawanna, which went
down 4, Delaware and Hudson J,
Lake Wiore, Li nievilie and Nashville
and Michigac Central each 1. Mis
souri lacifr 13., Pacific Mail li, and
theotherfi leer, than 1.
The total t'slcs c( stock to-day were
490,'iJ'i abare including Canada
-Soutbe-u 4h:'0, Delaware, Lackawanna
and Wet'-ern C0,1S5, Delaware and
Hudson ,074, Erie 79,181, Kansas
and Texai i;2,(0, Uke Shore 4!,2iU,
Louisvi'le and Nashville 4S10, North
wester? 14,2n), New Jersey Central
41,915, Ftew York Central 4810, Pacific
Mail ll.t 80, LeadiDg 8000, 8t, Paul
42,210,St Pau? and Omaha 3550,Univa
Pacific li,9Qt VTeitrn Union 19,iVj(,
Northern Facirlo preferred 4900, Ore
gon Tr&nscoEtin-ntal 10,130. Cl'i3ing
V. S. , IK' .. New4i.l2tS;
Kw Vih, ?U,. 1'kcitU- tie of ls5,
C P. first-, -i'. T. P. Iandiirant;,41.
Krie wt.i,i:i. T. P. Rio 8. div.,53.
Le'hA Wi!arf..no;i.li.P firts llrt.
Loubiano. ;on'.,H. I'. V. land rrant", 1K
iliouri fs, 1C0-;. V. P. s. fund. IU.
tit. Jopc.Ui. irxiniaos, 13.
St. P. A .S. ('. 1st. 128. Va.con., ex-m.c. 55.
Tenn. (s, y Va.cun. del., I2',t.
Tenn. li, ucw, tti.
A lams Exrrr sf. 14I-. Nashrill C, 47.
Allectecy (Antral, -N.J. Central, 50' .
A I tot A 1. i - V. Norfolk k W. .fd,2TX
A. k T. IL.pfd. OT.
American hx., lVi.
D..C. B. 4 N..'"i.
Cana la South., 41 .
rntra! Pacific. 4-1.
Ntrthern Pa.. ZP',.
Northern P. pfJ. &'$.
N. Y. 0. & St. L..SH.
C. A N. W.. His'..
C. N. W. n'd. IV.
Cheapeaee 0.,U.'4-N. Y. Central. 1:
0. AO. 1st i.fd. V.'tt. Ohio Central. r.
C.AU. 2d pW. 1. utiin ,uis., xj'i.
Chicago 4 Alton, 4 Mini, pfd. e:!!,.
ft A. pta. 1. imterto x e . is.
0., B. 4 Q-, 1:W-4. Orecon NaT., lot',.
I'.,ct. I, JCA.V., urrpin irui.. .-4,
C, t. L 1P.,1.. Oregon Imp., P"4-
Srt 1. a r . , p., oi.rAcmo m.111, ot
S. 4 0.. 144.
Pe ria, I). 4 IS., 21.
Pullman P. C.,l..
holding. 2! Si.
Rock lland, 12S'5.
bt. LAS. F.,2-M4.
fcl.L.AS.F. p, 4o",.
tit.I. AS.F.lst p Htt'i.
jtei., it. a v . it .
lien, ft Kio U.. i.;..
Rut Tenn. pfd.. 7.
rort werne, iti
t;. m. ft m. r.,
Ilnnibl 4 St. Jo, C. M. A St. P. p. lit-
H. 4 St. Jo p(J, , M. P. M. 4 M., US.
St. P. 4 Omaha. 4n'(
Ht. P. 4 0. Pld, Wii.
Houston 4 T., 3! ,
llinonuen . 1
lexx Pacihe, li'i.
nion Pacific. 62.
I . 6. Eipreu. (3.
W.,St. L. 4 P.,10'f
W.,8t. L. A P. p. WA.
W. A F. Ex.. 12J.
Irea Silrer, 245.
Quickeilrer pfd, 21.
KmiMt T ,3l'i.
Uk.E. 4 W"..ll!?i.
Lake Shore, hV
Lea. 4 Nuh . 4t'.
Lon. 4N. A..SS,.
M.4C, lit pld. -
M. 4 C 2d prd,
Mem 4 Char., 3i.
Mich. Central. 74.
Mid. A St. L.,
M Afct. L. pfd, 47.
Miunori Par.. 110.
Mobile 4 (I., IS
Morni A K ,offd, 135'i
London, February 10. Consols, 100
0-lti for both money and the account;
United Slates bond;, 4J', 115; bar sil
ver 46 id per ounce.
Pabio, February 10. Three percent
rentes 811 55c for the account.
New Obleans, La., February 10.
Clearings of the banks, $1,140,030.
Chicago, III , February 10. The as
sociated bank clearings were $7,385,-
Baltimore February 19. Bank
rloarings, $2,330,560; balances, $332,-
Nkw York, February 10. Ex
changes, $110,402,005; bu'aoces, $5,-
Fhiladilpbia, Pa., February 10.
Bank clearings, $8,356,188; balances,
Boaxow, February 10. Exchanges,
$13,43l,U97 ; balances, $i,hio,'jh4
money, li percent.
St. Loom, Mo., February 10. Bank
clearinits, $2,220,717; balance", 3)3.
053; exchange on New Yo.k 50c
The local market opened quiet, and
cloeed auiet and l-loo lower; mid
dling, 8 910c. 6ales, 2050 bales, of
which 1800 were to exporters, and 250
. 8 8-lti
Stains and tinges..
Hiarns, Febrnary 10, 1886.
Stock, September 1, 1885... 1,392
Keoeived previously 400,1a
Shipped to-diy. Sr9
Shipped previously 323, J.ii
Burnt, eto ..........
Home consumption to date
Stock, running aoeount...M
Thus far this week........
Thus far last week
Since boptember 1st....
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Mississippi and Tennessee Kailroad.
Louisville and Nashville Kailroad....
Memphis and Little Rock Kailroad.
0..O. andS.W. K. U
ijnutsviiie, n. u. a i. n. n..
Kunaaii Citv.Hurinsfield and M. K.K.
Memphis, be I ma and Brunsw k K.lt.
Wagons and other aouroes..
Thus far this week 4.7M
Tnus far last week 7,7M
Sine September 1st .. . S24,25
Mississippi and Tennefsee Railroad.
Louisville and Nashville Railroad...
Chesapeake, Ohio and S. W.K.K
L., N. O. and Texas Railroad
New York spots opened steady, and
closed weak. Sales, 1153 bales. Quo
tations were aa follows :
Low middling ...
New York futures opened quiet and
firm, and closed weak and 4 to 7
points lower. Sales, 120,100 bales. The
closing quotations were as follows, as
compared with yesterday:
. 8.W l H.o
. s.Dvf turn
. 9.0K(j 9.W
. is 4 9.1!"
. 9.27H 9.28
. 9.34'i .
. 9.424 9.4::
. 9.1114 9.21
. e.ooc 9.oi
. 8.98 j 9.0J
11.98 4 9.11
9 33 9 9.51
9.24 9 9.2"
9.04 4 9.06
9.02 9 9.04
The New Orleans scot market opened
easy, and closed weak and irregular.
Sdlee, 5800 bales.
Yesterday Day beloro.
Ordinary 7 1-lfi 7-1 JO
(iood ordinary 7 11 -It, 7 11-"M
Low middling 8 1-10 1-J'
Middling 8 9 1o 8 9-16
Good middling V:i . V,
The New Orleans future market
opened steady and closed barely
steady, and 5 to 9 points lower. Sales,
38,500 bales. The closing quotations
were as follows, aa compared with
8 5U!4 8.00
8 09 9.P0
9.10 9 9.12
8.60' 8 M
8.03 4 8.0t
. 8.55(9 8.30
,. 8.52(9 8.51
8 62 i 8.114
,. 8.78(1 8.79
. 8.91(4 8.M
.. 9.0 V$ 9 04
.. 9.014 9.07
.. 8.774 8.7S
,. 8.61(4 8.i2
.. 8.57 4 8.58
.. 8.W3 8.5H
DAILY POKT ANDINTKHIHR MARKETS.
9,2 15 8 9-16
l,i'8ii; h 9-16
2,661 8 1V16
as1 u 1-16
31 Si 9',
,W 8 11-16
Total reipw at ports
this day, 1.
Total re-eiid- at ports, thik day. 188.5
5 dnys. i
Exports to Great)
'74.248' 47.07S W.S'W
Britain I SO.V.r.i
Kec u since sept. I
1st !4,?l.5iH,226.91 ,4.172.118-5
In oreiu in receipts this year 54,42
Liverpool spot at noan were quoted
dull.in buyers' favor. Sales, SOOO balef,
of which 6009 were American. Ke
ceipta, 3000 balea, of which 2200
At noon: Ordinary, 4 3-16i; good
ordinary, 4 0-lGd; low; middling, 4 Jd;
good middling. 5 3-10d; middling
uplands, 4 15-ltid ; Orleans, 5 l-10d.
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady; I'ebruary-Marcb, 4 50 64d;
April-May, 4 56if; Mav-June,
4 i0-84d; June-Ju'y, 4 62-04 J ; Jny-Angni-t,
5d; Augutt - .September,
5 3 Old.
At 2 pm. : Liverpool futures were
steady; February, 4 67-641 "oilers;
Ftbruary-Marcb, 4-57-641 sellers;
March-April, 4 67-611 buyers; April
Mav, 4 69-641 sellers: May-Jun",
4 61-641 sellers; June-July, 4 63-641
sellers: July-August, 5 1-litJ buyers;
Aneiist-Septerrtbcr, 6 4 Old sellers.
At 5 p.m.: Liverr'd futires were
w.'ak ; February, 4 5641 , buyers ;
February-March. 4 55611 buyers;
March-April, 4 56-811 sellers; April
May, 4 57-641 buyers; Mv-Juni,
4 69 641 buyers; June-July, 4 61-6 tl
buyers; Jul 7-August, ra sellers; August-September,
5 2-641 buyers.
GENER AL TRADE.
The followins is the record of the
bids and offers at the Cull Board ol the
Merchants Exchange yestarday:
No. 3. white, spot. 40c bid : Febru
ary, 401c bid, 42,0 asked; March, 42o
bid, 43 je asked; April, 42 jo Did; May,
43c bid ; No. 2, spot, 37c o. t. bid ;
February. 37c o. t bid; April, 41c o. U
bid ; May, 42 jc o. t bid ; 43jc asked.
No 2, white, spot, 33o bid; Febru
ary, 33c bid ; March, SJJc bid; April,
84c bid. No. 2, Febrnary, J2jjc bid;
March, 32jc bid; April, 31c bid, 34c
asked ; May, 36o asked.
Spot, $14 50 bid; February, 114 50
bid; $15 25 asked; March, $14 bid;
May, $14 bid, $15 50 asked.
Spot, $1 95 bid ; February, $1 95 bi J ;
Marcb, $2 05 bid; April, $2 10 bid,
$2 22 i asked; May, $2 20 bid, $2 30
Corn White, 47c; mixed, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white,
44c; mixed, 42c.
Hat Choice, from store.Mc; prime,
7580c; prairie, 60c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $15; prime,
$13 50; prairie, $8.
Oats White, 35c; mixed, 37c, from
store. Round lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 35 Jc; mixed,
sacked, 34 Jo.
Oatmeal In half barrels, $3 50 from
Cornm sal Standard, $2 102 SO;
pearl, $33 25 from store; 6c
cheaper from mill, levee or track.
1'loch From store, double extra,
; triple extra, ; family, 4
4 25; choice, $4 2PI 50; fancy, $4 75
(SV5; extra lancy, $5 25 5 75 ; patents,
!66 25; round lota from levee or
track. 10c cheaper; car lots choice,
$3 854 05; family, $3 60g3 75 ; fancy,
$4 304 50; extra fancy, $4 755;
patent, $5 255 63.
URAN r rom store, bos per cwt;
round lots from levee, $15 per ton.
Bkans Navy, $2 25; medium, $fc
Rica Louisiana, 4J5!c; Carolina,
Hominy and Grits From store,
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$1 from store.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4 Jc ; soda,
treble extra, 6c ; lemon cream crack
ers, extra, 7c ; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jo: Ringer snaps, extra,
5c; Ringer snaps, treble extra, 0c; as
sorted umbles, c.
New Orleans, La., February 10.
Flour quiet and stealy. Corn firm;
mixed and yellow, 4Sc; wnite, 50c.
Oata steady. Hay dull, weak and
lower; prime, $1719. Rice quiet and
Kansas Citv, Mo., February 10.
Wheat higher; cash, 71c bid, 72 Jc
asked; March, 73jc; May,,78jc. Vorn
stronger; cash, 28 Jc; March, 21) Jo;
May, 3 lie bid. 32c asked. Oata no
St. Louis, Mo., February 10. F'lour
steady. XXX. 13 10M3 20; iBmiiy,
$3 30(3 40: extra, $3 705 50. Wheat
very dull and higher; the market
opened weak and lower, but strength'
ened later, and cloied J(.i(;3 higher
than yesterday; No. 2 red, cash, 0i)c;
February, 901 c bid; Marcn, disc
May, 93191ic, closing at 94c. Corn
dull, but firm and higher; No. 2 mix
ed. null. 341()311c: February, 34lo ;
March, 34c; May, 37c. Oats firm,
but very dull ; No. 2 mixed, cash,
2SJ28Jc; Februa-y, 28u bid ; March,
29c bid ; May, 31Jc bid. Rye higher,
59o bid. .Barley nncnanged. nay dim ;
timothy. $11 25(S14; prairie, $0 503)8.
Flaxseed stajy, $1 06. J3ran 61o at
mill; 60s on east track. Oornmeal
Jl 85 1 90. Renaipta Flour, 2000
brls; wheat, 14,000 bu; corn, 112.000
bu: oatp. 2,),000 bu; rye, none; bar
ley, 2000 bu. ShipmenDJ Flour, 5000
brls; wheat, 1000 bu; corn, 5000 bus
oats, 4000 bu; rye, none; ca-ley, 100J
Afternoon Board. Wheat steady and
1c higher. Cora firm and 1: better.
Oats advanced Jc.
Chicago, III . February 10 AH
the markets started at the bottom to
day in point of prices, gathering
strength and activity as tie session
advanced. The opening in wheat was
tame and the feeling ra'.lier heavy.
May delivery starting inat81c, and
remaining at about that figure during
the first half hour, then rose quite
steadily to 851c. Considerable excite
ment and large trading took place be
fore May was allowed to t uch 83c. A
reaction to 84 J c followed, and the 1 1 is
ing figure at 1 o'clock wu81ac. In
the attsrnoon the tone became quite
strong. May advancing to 85;, with
some trading at 85 7-10c, closing at
85iic bid. It was repoitsd that the
stocks of whe a1; and Hour showed a
decrease of 4, 500,0 JO bushels since
January 1st, but the main argument
of the bulls was contained in a better
home demand, rather free shipments
to interior milling points being re
ported from winter wheat poin's. The
shipping demand lor corn was brisk,
and with only moderate receipts con
siderable activity was instilled into
the speculative market. May deliv
ery sold up in the afternoon to 40jc,
andc'oiedat40ic. Oati joined in the
advance, closing at 32;c for May.
Flour firm and unchanged. Wheat
opened Jc lower, advanced lc, receded
Jc, and closed Jc higher than yeater
dav. Kales ranged: February, s(ai
79,e, closed at 7l'ks; Marcb, 794
(5 80c. cloeed at 792c; May, 84j,rnS5Jc.
closed at 84;c; June, 85;)801c, closed
66jc; No. 2 spring, 79;f81i(!; No. 3
spring, T.'c. Corn stronger, Jfejs high
er; cash, 30J(5:o7c; Febrnary, 36(1(2)
Sojc, cloeed at 36Jc; Marcb, 361(3.'ic,
closed at 3Ci'e: May, 40(3)40 jc, closed
at 40Jc. Oats firmer; cash, 2i.c; Feb
ruary ,28 Jc; March, 29c; May, 31 15-16;.
Rye quiet; No. 2, 58?.c. Barley dull;
No. 2, 60c. Flaxseed in fair demand ;
No. 1, $1 12J. Receipts Fiour, 15,000
brls; wheat, 25.000 bu; corn, 272.0C0
bu; oats, 154,000 bu; rye, 2000 bu;
barley, 72,000 bu. f-hipmenta Flour,
8000 brls; wheat, 43,000 bu; corn, 85,
000 bu ; oata, 125,000 bu ; rye, 3000 bu ;
barley, 13,000 bu.
.4lfnwo Board. Wheat stronger,
!c higher; May, 84 J 3. Corn stronger,
c higher. Oata c higher.
BtrrTER Creamery, 3840c; dairy,
17(?2"c; butterine, 14710,?; country,
12J(..US2, according to condition.
CiiKaDg Prime hit', 7Sc; New
Yoik factorv.Sc; full cream, 11 JIJ!;
Y. A., lllu 12c.
Mkms Fork Old, $10 75U per
barrel; new, $11 75t'12 per barrel;
ugArured bams, pt 'ked, PlfiijlOc ;
brt-ikf iBt hacon 8til,c; clear rib ba
Bplk l'or.K Clear sides, 6(S)fiJc:
clear rib si Jt, 6 il ''; long clear, 6J
((ivftjs; shoulders, 4(uT,e.
. Lard Tierci-s,6j((itiji;; half-barreN,
6Jc; kegs. 6,c: bucketg, 7C)7Jc; half
buckets, 7J(al71c; 50 tb tins, 6J(Sjc;
COtb tins,6(o6c; 10-lb tins, 6i(l7Jc;
5-lb tins, 7yi7c; 3-lti tins, J(i!7c;
choice kettle, tierces, 7(i7lc.
FRna Msats Beof Uood Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77Jc;
cows and heifers, 6)3; mutton, 7c;
lambs, 8Jc; pork, 6c.
Pios feet Brla, 8SIC60; half-brls,
New Orlcans, Febrnary 10. Hog
product in fair demand and active,
St. Louis, Mo., February 10. Pro
visions quiet and generally ttady.
Pork, $11 25. Lard, 6 905 95a.
Bulk meats, looee lots, long Clear,
6Jc; short rib, 5.60c; short clear,
6ic: boxed lota unchanged. Bacon
long clear, 6.82JOVV90c; short ribs,
0c; short clear, 61(0 15c. Butter
crtatnery, 25(-)30c; dairy, 16(24c.
Kggs easy at 17c
Chicaoo. III.. February 10-Mess
pork in better demand and stronger;
prices advanced 15(i)17Jc, receded 5
7Ac, closing steady ;casb,$10 10: March,
$10 95(M1 071, closed at $11 05(.i)
11 074 ; May. $11 12(.)U 30, closed at
$11 2ill 27J. Lard steadier. 2Jj
higher ;cash, 6.071(30. 10c ; Marcn, u w
(SAiJe, cloied t 607J0.10c; May,
6.20((6.22c. Boxed mnats firm; dry
salted shoulders. 3.9x64c: sho:t ib
sides, 5.45(.i)5Jc; short clear sides, 6j()
5.80c. nutter ruiea 0011 ; creamery,
(a 32c; dairy, 1620o. Kgge, firm, 2JJ
Afternoon Board. Votk. 7Jj higher.
Lard 2Jo higher.
Soap $2 103 50 per case.
Coffer Common, 8J()8jc; ordi
nary, 9(a)9lo; prime Rio, 10llc;
choice to fancy, HJ12Jc; old gov
ernment. 2:toi,25c : Cevlon. 20c.
Boqab Eastern yellow, 6j7Jc;
pure w. c. white, 6J(7ft7o ; off white,
6j6jc; yellow claritled, 6jio;
open kettle, 5J(6c, refined A, 71
7Jc; granulated, 7c; piwdered, 81o;
cut loat, istc.
Salt Jl 20551 30 per barrol ; sacks,
fine, $1 60; coarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 27c; car-loads from levee
or denot. 6c cheaper.
Moi.ashe Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c ; prime to choice, 46055c ;
syrup, 2510c: common to fair, 25
33c; prime to choice, 3510c.
Candies Sticks, all sites, in boxes,
pails and barrels. 7i($8ic.
(Iandlks Fnll weight. 103(1 lc,
Tobacco Common, 11-lnch, 27i
30e; other grades and styles, 2585c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Canned Goods, etc. Prices per
dozen : Pineapples $1 3.51 65 ;peaches,
21b, standard, $1 3X")l 61); seconds,
1 15f3il 25: tomatoes. 2-lb. standard,
90cll ; 3-lb, $1 101 20 ; strawberries,
$1301 40; raspberries, $1 15(3)1 25;
blackberries. $1(5)1 15; greengages,
$160(al 75; pears, $22 25; plums,
$1 60l 70; asparagus, $2 604;
green corn, $ll 35; green peas, l
(at225; cove oysters, full weight, 1-lb,
$110l 15; cove oysters, full weight,
2-lb, It 90(3,1 05; cove oysters, light
weight, 1-lb, 65c; cove oysters, light
weight, 2-lb, $110; condensed milk
Crown, $5 90; Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $0.
New Orleans, February 10. Cof
fee easier; Riocargoes, 6J9lc Mola
New York, February 10. Coffee
spot fair Rio firm at KJo; options
higher and moderately active; sales,
18,750 bags; February, 6 55c; March
and April, 6.65c; May, 6.70c; June,
6Js; September, 6 80; January, 6.95c.
Sugar dull and weak; refined qniet.
Molasses dull and nominal. Rice
quiet aad steady.
ArPLKS-Apples, $2 252 50 from
store; 22 25 per car-load from levee
or depot. Dried apples, 34c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 753 23
per car-load, from levee or depot. Potatoes-Irish,
northern, $2 25(()2 60,
packed; car-loads from levee or depot,
$22 25 per barrel. Cabbage, 9 11c
per head. Krout, brls, $.'i(i)6: half
brls, $2 753 25. Garlic, 400i)00c per
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
ida, $;i(?)J 60 per box. .Lemons,
04 per box. Bananas, 60cCi
per bunch. (Joooanute, $1
per $1 00. Peanuts Virginia, 0()
7c; Tennessee, farmer's stock, 2Jc;
recleaned, 3 J(?l4c ; roat.ted, 2Jc higher ;
shelled, 10a. Almonds, 18(.i)26c. Cheet
nuts green, 12 J(5)15c; dry, none.
Raisins London layers, $:i 50; lay
ers, $2 75; California,-1; Imperial,
PiiELEs In jars,'pints, 90c; quarts,
$160; half gallons, $2 50; gallons,
$3 75; loose, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 60; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mix
Pecans Texas, 6.8Je for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,
15c; Urenobles, 15c FMherts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $7(3)7 60 per barre
and S4o?4 25 per half-barrel ; Kentucky
barrelsrtO 50(ai7; Kentucky half-bar-rets,
tl. Vinegar, ll(o,16c per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per dozen, f s
12; geese, $3C4; ducks, $3; chickens,
good demand, $'3; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 12'c to 14c per pound.
Fish Mackerel half-barrels. No. 1.
$1304 75; No. 2, $3 50o3 75; No.
3,$2 753;10-!bkit,No. 1, 80c; No.
2, 70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry her
rings, family, 30c per box.
Game Venison, whole, 3!5c; sad
dles, 6(3Sc; bear, 6ff,8c; wild turkeys,
5((S)75c; ducks, Jl 502 50; squirre-s,
7"c; quails. 75cfoH ; prairie chickene,
$5; game fish, W;82.
COT fsiH -HE KD. OIL, Rlr.
S'tKD Delivered at depot and
wharf, $3 per ton; on bank of river
(f. 0. b. boat), $6; wagon at mills, is.
MEAL-Prime f. o. b., $15 per ton.
Lees than car load lots, $15 50. From
store, 90c sack. Cake Nominal : $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude C S'. oil, 222)2.-'c ; prime summer
yellow, 20 J (27c; otT-summer yellow,
25(a;2t)c; m"iD"ers'.27(' 30c: choice cook
ing summer yellow, 2Sd):i0c.
New Orleans, February 10. Cct-ton-seed
product quiet and steady.
Coal-Oil Prime white, viholefsale
lots, 15c per gallon.
' Cleveland, 0.', February 10. Petro
leum steady ; s.w., 110, 8Jc.
rirraBURo, PA.,February 10 Petro
leum active, weak and lower; National
Transit certificates opened at 77 jc and
closed at 75Jc; highest price, 77,c;
lowest, 75 ',a.
WHISaiT. WISES, LKtUOKN, rrC.
WHutt Straight Kentucky Bour-
bon. JlOO.a'.O; rye, 5175G6; domes
tic, 90o(i.M 50,
ST.Loi'ie,Mo.,Fel)rnary 10. Whisky,
Cuicflo,Ii.L.,Fcbruarj 10. Whisky
tteaJy, $1 10.
Cistinnati, O., February 10.
Whisky ft.aily, $110; Fa! of 752 bar
rels of fiuiehud ki.i'.3 on t:iis basis.
n i 1 x a m 11 r.H.
Baqoino Jute, 9)(Mlo; rlx. 10(3
lOJc, accoruiug to weinliU Tiee, $1 20
Nails $2 5KV-' 75.
BORtM AHU MI LE9.
HoRSEe tiood driving, $125(o,250;
good saddle, $140 3.300; plugs, $35((t.S0;
good inares, IS5C3440.
MPLEa 144 to 1 Ill(Ka)i;ui; 11 10
1M. $125(3)U0; 151 to 16. $l40Ci)175.
Supply small ; demand moderate.
1.1 VK MTOt'K.
Cattle Choice to extra corn fed.900
to 1050 lbs., 4(o)4Jc; good, 3i(o4o.
Grass choice, 3 J03jc ; good, 3(t)3c;
fair to medium, 2jt421c; common,
Uoos-Uholce, siooic: good, si')
3 Jc ; common, 3(3)31 c.
Sheep UUotce, X4'v; medium, a
Sic; common, $1(3,1 60.
Cincinnati, O., February 10. Hogs
slow and easier; common and light,
$3 2X34; fair to good packing, $!(.-)
4 35. Receipts, 2900 head ; shipments,
Kansas City. Mo February 10..
The Live Stock Indicator reports : Cat-
tie receipts, unu neaa ; suipmenui, '.'-1
head: slow and weak: exporters, ()
6 20; good to choice shipping, $4 60(o)
4 90; common to medium, $ t(o)l 50;
stockers and feeders, $2 60(3)3 70 ;
cows, $23 20. Hogs receipU, 8544
head: sliinnients. 10.826 head: weak
and shade lower; good to choice,
$3 85(3)4 ; common to medium, $3 65(3)
3 80. Sheep receipts, 1356 head : ship
ments, none; steady; good to choice,
$3 25(3)3 75 ; common to medium, $2 60
Chicago, Ilu, February 10. The
Drovtrt' Journal reports: Cattle re
ceipts, 6000 bend; shipments, 20C0
bead; market very tlow and 10 to 15o
lower; shipping stet-rs, 950 tj 1500
pounds, $3 25(3)5 80; stockers and
feeders, $2 10T3)4 15; cows, balls and
mixed, $2(3)3 90; bulk, $2 60(3)3;
through Textns, $1 30(34 20. The
Drorert' Journal says t)-day the oaltle
trade la in discouraging condition
aid it would not be a tal idea for
count -y shippers t) stop business for
awhile and wait until buyers are will
ing to pay for ca'tle a fair price in
proportion to what they charge con
sumers for beef. Hogs receipts, 22,
000 head ; shipments, 5000 head ; mar
ket steady and 6 to 10a higher ; rough
and mixed, $3 6004 05; packing and
shipping, $4 054 50; light, $3 60(")
4 05; skips, $2 10(3)3 40. Sheep re
ceipts, 4000 head; shipments, 2000
head; market slow and dull; natives,
$2(3)5; lambs, $4(45 25.
NEWTOKK PHI CIOOIM BARHKT,
New York, February 10. Although
of less propoi lions, but of achaniRter
to diminish wants, the demand has
been very well preserved. Miscella
neous assortments of considerable fre
quency are returning a gcod volume
of business. The market for cotton
immla ! natnrallv trone'. hut with ad
vancing wages becoming general, some
Improvement in prices must lotiow.
To all who are snfferint from the errors and
indiscretion! of youth, nertoos weakness,
early deoar, loss of manhood, to., I will
send a reolix that will our yon, FRKK OV
CIIAHUE. This treat remedy was discover
ed br a missionary in South America. Send
self-addrtssed envelop to the Rev. Itwu
T. TwM.W. Stntion . Sfr, Ynvlr (Atv.
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RIVERS A.D STEAMBOATS.
Arkansas City. ..Kati Adah, S p.m.
Cat l!lsnd.KxylIs, 4 p.m.
Tiptonlle........()iToii, 6 r.ui.
Cincinnati Ohio, S p.m.
White River. .-.Crt:rna4W, & p.m.
Friars Point. -..CuiUdai, 5 p.m.
Oiceola -...Pcax Aonus.Jt p.m.
Arkansas River.K. W. Colk, & p.m.
White Hirer ..1sSit. 5 p.m.
MOVKNENTsI At THK LEVEE.
Arrirab. Pean Adams, Osceola;
Will 8. Hays, Cairo; F.n.iiirer, Cut
Inland; Coahoma, Friars 1'oint; Ie
Smet, White river.
Dqwrtura. Will S. Hays, New Or
leans; Knqnirer, Cat Inland; Coa
homa, Friars Point ; Dean Adams, Os
ceola. Bcalt in J'ott. Ohio and PeSmet.
Boatt but Lkrwn.Viyom
Boatt Out ip. Kii'e Adams, Fn
quirer, Chickasaw and Guiding Mar.
Will a Hays-132 ska corn.
F.onuirer lbale cct'oa, 4 bags seed
co'tou. 17 ska seed and 15sks corn.
DeSmet 10 bales cotton, 310 sks
eeed, 10 head cattle, 17 oil barrela and
26 pkgs merchandise.
Coiboraa 118 bales cct'on, 21 bags
seed co.ton, 002 sks seed, a lit a i stock
and 6 pkgs anudriee.
Katj Adams '47 bales cotton, 14
bags seed cottn, .it7 eks seed, 2S head
stock and 4 pkgs sundries.
Tn K. W. Cole, Capt. Kd Nowland,
is the Haturday packet for all poiuta on
The Lee Line packet J to-morrow
evening are Coahoma Ijr Friars I'oint
and tue Dean Adams nr Usreola.
Tub De 8met, Capt. Milt R. Harry,
is the Saturday packet lor Wlnln river,
Albert McUhee and Hugh Hmith are
The Knqnirer, Capt. J. P. Randall,
Is the packet ths evening at 4 o'clock
for Scanlan's Landing, Cat Island and
all way points.
Tin Chickasaw. Capt. 1.1 C. Postal,
is the packet this evening at 5 o clock
lor all uointi on Wnlte river. V. M
Tonal and A. llauksmith are her
Th Oayoro, Capt. W. P. Hall, is
the packtt this evening at 5 o clock
for Hales I'oint, Tiptonville and all
way landings. J. P. Walt Is in charge
of her cilice.
The Ohio. Cunt. M. M. Deem. Is the
packet this evening at & o'clock for
Cairo. Louisville. Cincinnati and all
way landings on theOhio river. Harry
Proctor and Harry liest are tier clerks,
The Ohio will give cheap rates to all
points North and bast.
Tim Kate Adams. Cant. Mark R,
Cheek, is the United States mail
packet this evening at 6 o'clock for
Helens, Arkansas ijiiy nau uu way
landings. W. C. Blanker ha charge
ot her cilice, assisted by Lew Price,
Morris uuus and J, V. Wycotl.
RueiNEM fair. .
Fi.kntv of mud and watsr on the
The Knqnirer was in and ont on
Weather yesterday rainy and dsa
greeaule nnder Dot.
Capt. Fbane Kli.ieo left by rail
I ait nlgtit lor bt. Louis.
Tin Lee Line packets arrived and
departed on time yestetduy with fine
Tin river here a'unds 15 1-10 feet on
the gauge, a fall of 1 foot in the last
Receipts by river yesterday, 220
biles of cotton, .111 bags ot seed-cotton
and YMU sacks ol seed.
The Cliatls P. Chouteau departed
laet evening for New Orleans with 175
bales cotton, 2U00 sks cotton-seed meal
and 200 tons way treigut.
The Will U. Hays, in the Anchor
Line, paeBed yesterday evening fcr
New Orleans with 1C&0 tons freight.
She added below Cairo 3000 sks corn
Hhe put oil here 132 sks corn.
Tue DeHniet, Capt. Milt 11 Harry,
arriv.d yesterday tl ernoon from
White river with 00 bales cotton, 310
sks seed, 20 hd cattle and 43 pkgs
sundries. Hie JJenmet. having been
delayed by lul weather, fog and ice,
will lay over and go out on her
reguhir day, Sat inlay evening.
New Ohi.uanh Titnrt-Vtmocml, tUh:
"In yesterday's Tiinn-J)tmocrat we
gave '(acts and figures' relative to the
number of accidents and consequent
Iohs of life aad property on the river.
Owing to a typographical error appear
ing therein we republish that portion
of it, minus the error:
Ftciimsrs Insi'eete'l Tonnage
In 1V.7-M K il,;ul
In 1M4-Hj..... KIN ZV,,4t4
Ini'r. iisn in icr. entii(e of ins.ei'- '
tiuns , Hsl.i!
Accidents from all onuses Loss.
In 1K.7 fin W l,iv,7flfl
In 1KM-KA 74 l.W.f
I'er.'oiiUi.-o ol accidents to steamers
In It." Mi
In lssl-n', H.K
llcrrave in percentage of accidents CU.O
Feri'entaio of losses t tonnage
In IK.7-VI T 2H
In IXHI-K-. 4.l
Uecrea'e in ix rccntaire of losses 4i.0U
rT. Lot'ts IUpuliUcan, !lth: "No
change has taken place in the situa
tion of it! aire in the harbor so far as
the ice is concerned. All over the
surface of the ice are quite large pools
rf Handing water, which are slowly
but surely retting tbat unpleassnt
barrier to navigation. This procese,
however, is a tedious one, which, it
etlectual. would no', cauee any damage
to steamboat property, but would con
suine at lean two weeks' time. The
only hope now for a speedy deliver
ance fiotn the ice gorge is in the
breaking up and putting out of the
Odage and tiaeconale rivers. The
liver at this point yesterday stood at
about the same stage that it did on
Saturday, showing conclusively that
warm weather since then has bal no
etlect upon tue stage of water. Here,
the river is at least tl fett higharjhan
at Chettsr, and the force ot rjli a
volume of wa'cr upon the ice gore
cannot but be sallicient to break it if
it shows the leaet evidence of weak
ness. All the steam cralts In the har
bor got up itum yesterday, aad will
remain in poiition to do effective serv
ice on th ice whenever the work can
W EAT HER AND RIVER.
Evansvillb, February 10. Noon
Jkiver falling. Ice thinning out fast.
PiTTsnrKG, February 10. Noon
River 3 feet inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather clear and mild.
Wheelisu, February 10. Nonn
Kiver 5 feet ri inches on the gauge and
stationary. Weather cloudy and cold.
Cincinnati, February 10. Noon
River falling, with 14 feet 2 inches on
the gauge. Weather cloudy ; thermom
eter bi'. The ice is thinning out.
Lociaviu-E, February 10. Noon
River falling, witn 7 feet 4 inches in
the canal and 5 feet 2 Inches on the
fills. Business opening. Weather mild
and moderating. Departed : Paris C.
Hrown, Oinclnnati. cvansviyii and
Kentucky river packets resntne to-day.
Cairo, February 10. Noon River .
20 feet 9 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy and cold. No
arrivals or departures except local
Ornci Piokal HiaTiCK, IT. 8. A.,
Miami. Tasx.. February 10, 1 p.in.f
The following obsdrvations are taken
at all stations named at IS' meridian time,
whirb is one hour Huler than Alempnis time.
low water Rise. Fall.
? I J I J
m - K
Cairo T S
Cincinnati . 14 1 ... 5
fiavenport. . .
Fort Hmith. . 6 3 12 .
Helena.. 22 8 7
ta Crosse ....
savenw'th . -
ittle Kock . 6 I 7
Louisville. ... T 4 4
Mesuilsla. , IB. 4 1 ......
Sashville .... 10 6 1 t -ew
ttrle'ni- 1 S 1 .
Pittaburf .... S i ...
St. Louis IS S ...... S
Bhrevepnrt ... H .... 4
Vlchur ... VW 7 7
Special Notictv-l'or White Kiver
KtrStoamsr CHICKANAW will arrive
e.lnssiUy evening and leave illUKbUAi
NOUN. kah. lllh. All freiirht will he re-
reived l r her Wednesday, at tret of llirioat
street. For general inlormatioa app'y te
II. V. l.uv K, Agrnl.
FOR L0UI8VILLK CINCINSATt
Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Co.
rOH 1.UV1MVILLB (TMOIIf B ATI.
If, m. i'f ve'n ui ser wDr i - ssatrw -rmm
Wilt leave XUIS DAY, Feh.llth. i6 p.m.
Kor Irelghtor nassaae ai.ly to 0 1). HUH
KKLI,, Agent , No. U Madison st. Telephon
No. Z?r. JOHN CARR, Paenrer A rent.
LEE LINK HTEAMKIifs,
aav,,uiiil,s riHra ! tu4a suutsa
anil Olefmslat Frh (loiapae;,
For Helena, Olendale, Friars Point and all
Way Landings b lea mar
M. T, Clagett ..masUr I Piatt Rhouee ..were
Will leave aa above on every MuNtlAY,
WKUNtaDAY and KH1DAY. at 5 o'olook, ,
Fir Randolph, Fallon. Oseeola and War
Lanmni s b teenier
i. H. Cooper, master.. . J. W. Nmitheri jlerk
eaves as every MONDAY, W K1)N KbllAY
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boats of this
line reserve the right to pass all landlnga
the eapUln may deem unsafe, Office, No. 4
Madison .IAMKS I, K.K. Ja . Hni.'i.
The Mt. Francis River Trannportatloi
Co.'s Tine Hlde-W heel 11. 8. Mail .8tcjn
Rene Macready, rT3
0. K. Joplln....,, .....master.
WILL XKAVk MiKMPUMs BTKRT
at 5 o'eloek, for Marianne, the Cut-Off, an!
Intermediate landings on bt. Franois river.
The captain reserves the right to pass ttl
landings he deems unsafe. JAB. LKK, Ji
HiitMrlnten.lAnS. tlfnce. No. 4 Msdlson St.
BleiiiphisaV White Hirer rkt.t;
,V. S. MAIL LINE.
1. 0. PostaJmasUr 0. M.lfottaiM
SJlmrsiaidois, Dvsklla BlataT, Tss 4rs,
LAaunelis, JiMikeoisport skisd Hmrcf,
KAVKS4 MEMPI1 IU Kvery WK1N EHUAZ,
at 5 p.m. Through rate to all points.
Freight eonglgned to "Memphis and Waits)
Htver Paoket Ucmpeny" be forwarded
promptly. II. U. LOWH, Agent,
No. Mtdl.on St. Telephone No. K!.
. .... a
For Oseeola, Hales Point. Oarulhersvllle.
flayoso and Tlptonvllle The new strainer
W. V. Hall maaUr I J. D. Fuller ole
will leave as above, and all way points,
KVKKY MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5
Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Com
pany U. S. Mull Line.
KATE ADAMS, r.;.n
M. H. Cheek ...masur I W. U. niaaS.r77cl.ri
For Helena, t.'oaoordla, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elegant passenger steamer
KVERY MONDAY and TllllRSDAY, at S
p.m., reserving the right to pass all landings
the captain may deem unsafe. For general
information apply at otic, No, 4 Madison
street, K. WALWORTH. Agent.
JOHN CARR. Ps'r Aeent. Telephone W.
FOR white nmn.
McnipblH,Vt bile & Black Uiver l'acket
For Helena, Indian Pay, fU. Charles, Clar
endon, DeValls Uluff, los Are, Augusta.
Jacksonpiirt, llntesvillo, Powhattan and
Pocahontas. The now and elegant ilde
wheol passenger steamer
Milt llarrv master.
Will leave KVKKY SATURDAY at 6 o'olock
p.m. Through rates to all points. Freight
consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will
be promptly liirwarded. 0. II. KlkSSKLL,
Agent. Telephone 227. Office U Madison St.
Jkmhi B. Fkawsi.ih. Pn.srnpcr Asent.
ARB TII.I. TRIVnrHANT.
For Bfteenyears they have steadily gained
in lavor. and with sales constantly increas
ing have become the must popular Corsets
throughout the United tjtates.
The quality is iiiiitss tii!wf la rwict
aa :..!; as ordinary CoKaiTs. Me have
lately Introduced the ta aod at H grades
with Eirm Lno Wi:sr, and eanlurnish
them when preferred.
Uighe't awnr.ls from all the World t
great Fairs. The last medal received Is lor
Fikbt Dk.rk oi- MiT, from the late Kx po
sition held at New Orleans. While scores of
patent hsve l een found worthless, the prin-
ciples of tbe Islove-Fitting have proved In
valuable. ... .
Ketailem are authorised to refund money,
if, on eiaminmioa, thee Curtets do not
prove as repretented. 'r li eery
4 Hlalocaoe rrre oss wppllcwllosi.
Thomson, Lanirdoa A t'o., Xew York
'..97 R ?. State of Tennesce, Shelby
...oniv. tuViM orpoiintv Court t'l.rk.Mem-
ihu, Tenn., January dn. In-To John
L'.ague. Public Administrator, and as
,uch A.lminitrator ot .the entile ol A.
HAViNU suggested the insolvency of the
estate ef A. Young, deceased, you arw
hereby ordered to give notice, by advertise
ment In some newspaper published within
Hie raid f-taie, and alto at the Court-House
J,.or ol Shelly cunty, fur all persons havin.
clnims againt said etste, to appear and it
the same, autbenti-ated in the mannerf).
, ribed by law, on or before the 3d day,
M.,y, 1KM,, and any ol.iliu not died on-,
fore aid day, or before an apprupriatioo
the funds of said estate is made, shall b'v '
ever birred, botit in law and equity Vtl
eoss mv hand, at oflice. this Jllth day ill k t
. U. B. CCLLKJf. Clerk.
Py Louis Kettmann, Deputy Clerk.
Notice is hereby given ee required by tke
above order. January jtl,18i.
J011.N LOAQl'E, Admiaistrator.