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MEMPITIS I)AITAr APPEAL SUNDAY, FEBTUJARY 2f, ISSrt.
FLUME A5D COMMERCE.
M0NKY8 TETi CEXT..1KW TOIiK
EXCH1NQB 14 rKLHIUsl.
Cotton Cosed Quiet, MlJdlins
8 MCc; Sj!e. 750 Dales-Other
il-iiHjr'S pur cent iin.I in fair di
maud. Tim bank clearing for the
wvk are $1,812,747 2.", ugiiiut f I ,.'175,
1(1.1 71 the week before, again of $17
iiKt 71. TUo cotton market began to
dfvi'liii weaknetw ut UvitjhxiI Tues
day, uiiil that condition wax reflected
throughout the week on this side,
niiiiwucd with 8uturday, February
1.1th, the closing price ywtenhty show
a lor in t,tol cattonx of jd in Liver
po.il, Jr ia New York, c in New Or
leans, and j here. In futures Liver
pool during; tlie bhuio period declined
ic, New York 2S point, and New Or
It'miti 34 oliik, taking February deliv
riea us a bae'w. The market yester
day ruled qaiet here and steady at
Xew York, the tone of futures at the
latter jKiint being bandy stcudy, with
February tielodat8.7S8.7!l. The de
cline at Now York and Liver) tool is
iiltrilm'ml to heavy iwrt receipt and
Mie stringent condition of the cotton
trade at MiinclM-ater. Iieceipts yester
day at this point, W"iS bales; Baled, 7'0
Iwli's on a basin of 8 7-liie for mid
dling. New Orleansspots closed quiet
but steadier; middling, Kjc. Futures 1
to 2 points lower; February, S.:V(
8.37r. At Ijverpool PHiU were quoted
dull in buyers' favor; middling 4
i:'-liM. Futures quiet :inl steady, and
2-il 1 lower; February, 4 47-04d. lie
eil at all United States porta yes
terday, 16,172 bales, against :JS04 bales
atiine . lay Lwt year. Provisions and
btvailstutTa firm at quotations. F.ggu
arsjm at TAa.
One hundred and fifty brls apples,
2) sks bran, 3 brls beans and peas, X)
pkgn butter, 7! pkgs bacon, 54 pkgx
boot and hIiocs, loOO bu corn, llil
pkgn cheese. 34.'1 sks eotlee, 15 cars cotton-seed,
r)28 sks cotton-seed, !." pkgs
dry poodH, 72 pkgs eggx, 825 brls flour,
675 bale hay, 107 pkgs hats, lid
entile, 19 lid horses anil mules, I.lill
pkgs lard, 50,000 ft lumber, 72 pkgs
liquors, JJ,r)ft brls meal, 85 brls onions,
510 brls potatoes, '2 ears pork sides.KH)
brlA jiork aqd ISS pkgs tobacco.
JOHN Jj. NOIITON
9 Madison St., Memi)hiH, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
eer4'o)rreNiondnce solicited. Infor
mation cheerfully famlkbed.-va
Money ia good demand at 8 percent.
The Cleitriug-l louse rejiort is us follows:
Saturday, Feb. 20.
Total this week
tal last wer k....M
Cor. linio in l.SW .
Cur. time io IBM....
.1 2-.,fttW 07 I 71,3K 22
... 1.612,747 2i 47S.M7 (HI
.. l.STS.fittt U IKS'., 141 ffit
... l,Sir,,7t.H 40 WV,W W
... l,o;ii,f.J 81 240.9M1 05
New Tork light on all points. dia prein
; New England demand.. B die ......
w kjDKland eigtiU. ....... ...S dil ......
New Orleans.. K dil par
In the Bret oolumn we live the price bid,
and ia the secend the prioe anted.
Bank ef Cotmyneroe..... ....J47 il'"0
Vinit NationiJ.. -136 140
- Oerinan wna-an
tUU National , m (9140
Union k Planters .. 147 140
'Mercantile.... UO 3136
Bluff Citj.... .. 100
' Phosnti. .
Hernando. . ,
A rlinrton. ...... ..
Tenoeaneeeortifieatei, Dand K. .. WJ 87S
Tennejeee warranla, aeriea C Uti (4 94
MhelbTUonnty bond .....IIH (lli
Kholby County warrante '.IH at 9M
TaxinK-Ui'trint 4. b i ....... 2
I'axinc-Diatriat 6'e 100
MeuipniaBtoriwe Compreax Co 1117
Memphis (las Company stock.- ... fc2
Memphis Oaa Company bonds....lfti5
Memphis WatorCo. bonds 9ii (
Baneucr Oil Works 9 m
City Oil Works . (4 45
Pioneer Cotton-Mills . (4 35
American Cotton Oil trusts ......... 20 ( 21
Memphis City Uailway Bonds .... luu lu2
Naw Youk., February 20. Money on
call easy ut lJ'aUj per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 4 a5. Sterling ex
ihange dull but steady at 4S7J for tit)
days, and 4SS)- for diumiud.
Bonds (loverument bonds were
dull and steady. State bonds were
aetivo and firm. Railroad bonds were
active and quiet on a widely distri
buted biu-'intsB. The closing prices
were irregular, wiUi moderate ad
vances and declines compared with
yesterday. The Ujtal sales wero fl,
SoO.tKX), and for the wtn-k $JO.0i-t,O0O,
a alight gain over last week.
Stocks Interesting stocks centered
in the newn alTectingthe riHrganiza
tinn of the Koading Company, and the
ed'ectof that news ujion liieeoal sUx-ks,
tvqxMiially l4Mikawanna. Kumors w(ire
afloat early this morning Hiat Mr.
liowen IumI exx-un! the leadingstH:k
held by the Vanderbilts, and also a
sutlieient aoinnnt of money to prevent
foreclosure. It was not, however,
' until shortly before ,1 o'clock that it
became geiMirally admitted that tiio
transfer of lieading stock had been
made from the Vanderbilts to Mr.
Oawe.n. This faet, however, togetlier
with the statement as to Mr. Uo wen's
Kux-esM in ohLtining the required
amonnt, explains tlie weakness in
lick.iwanna for several days past.
Tlie trading in Iiekawanna to-day
amounted to 154i;5 shartw, and it re
quired six of the next most active
stocks to aiuko np as much more,
leaving only lO.sOO shares to bo
divided among all the other issues
traded in. Tbc stocks which came next
to Iieknwanna were Jersey Central,
Uric, ICendkng and Union Pacific.
Niokawnnna opened Jc lower, at 12S,
aud wan yory foverish throughout the
dsy. Belling in tlie morning at Ills J,
then at VMS1,, then to 12HJ and at mid
day at 127-;. Before 2 o'clock it broke
to and continued to decline to
12f. There was a quick rally to 12ii,
another break to 125J, aud elueed nt
liol, a net loss of 31. Delaware and
Huion pymixvtliized to the extent of
2 per ce.n and Jersey (Jentral is down
I J. Tlie encouraging prospects of
Ucadiug caused an advance to 25. It
oli'Mtyl, kowever, at '.'4. a net gain of
1. The remainder of the list was
comparatively steady. The closing
prices show lotuce of i to i in niort
we, hat Mk-ie prelwTed id op J and
Western Union . The market closod
irrt'Rular, but generally heavy. Coin
ariiu; prices with those of last Satur
day, everything is lower, l.sckawauna
Fhowim; a loss of );', Tactic Mail Oi,
Delaware and Hudson 51, Tnion l'aci
fio 3. and Central of New Jersey 3L
Milwaukee and lake Shore, preferred,
however, made a gain of SJ for the
The total kiIcs of slocks to-day were
4:0,5'.K) shari'S, including Delaware,
1-irkawanua und Western l."4,'."),
iKilaware and Hudson, l,10O; Krie,
:!l,'!()5; Kans:is ami Texsis, ;lltK); Ijike
lore, rJ,(i:!0 : louisville and Nash
ville. l!t,10; Northwestern, ISI80: New-
Jersey Central, !!.'!,!H0; New York Cen
tral, 4:ii; l'acitic Man, ii,;it')4; iveaa
ing, 2(!,Wi.r; St. Paul, 1H,(135; Union
I'acitie. tilS.Wit); Western I num. ( KU ;
Northern Pacitle prefernvl, ll.SSO.
The total sales for the week were '2.
4ty,wj snares, ag-amsi -',(4.i,-u tasi
week. Closing quotations:
U. 8. S.. 10rt'. New 4, 12,
1'sciOo be of 1895, 1J6S
T. P. land iranbi, 40.
T. P. Rio (5. div..M.
C. P. firsts. 115.
krie rnconds. 101.
Le'h AWilkei.. 112.
II. P GrsU, 117.
UP. land trenf,106.
U. P. s. lund, 122; .
Virginia 0s, 44.
Va.con., ex-m.e., 57.
Ya.eun. del., 14.
Louisiana oons.. 84.
Missouri 6t, 1XIS.
Kt. Jo-eph, 122H.
Tenn. 6i, old, 5ti'i.
Tenn. (is, new, M,.
Adams Expross, HS. iSunhvills k C, 4H.
Allcxheny Cuntral, -N.J. Central, 61.
Alton A T. 11.. 45
JNorio a A w . pia.S'i
A. A T. II., pfd, 90.
American Kx., 104.
B. , C.IK. A N..75.
Canala Scuth., 41',.
(antral Paoitio. 41.
Cbetapeake A 0.. 11.
C. A0. 1st pf l, lSja.
C.A0.2d pfd, 13.
ChioaRO A Alum, 140.
C. A A. Pfd, 150.
C, B. A 137.
C.,St. L AN.O.,
C, St. L. A P., 1.1V..
C.Si. h. A P.,p.,3l.
C ,S. AC.. .U.
C. AC. 54.
Del., L. A W., liVi.
Den. A Itio U., W'i.
Krie pld , 59M.
Knst fenn.. 3'.
Northern Pao.. 27
Northern P. pfd, 5S!i.
N. V. C. AKt. L.,8..
N.Y.C.ASt.Ij .p, IV,.
C. 4 N. W., mil.
V.. k N. W. prd. 110.
N. V. Central. lmiH.
Ohio Central, IS
Ohio k Miss.,24.
O. fc Miss, ptd, t-ft.
Ontario & Went . 19.
Oregon Nar., IOC!.
Orenon Trans.. 31 i.
OroKon Imp., 28.
Pamtic M;iU, 60.
Peoria, D .VE.,21.
Pullman P. C.,134.
Kork hland. 129'.
AS.K. p, 5Vi.
Fast Tonn. I'f.t., tr.
Kt.b i.S.P.Utp h:
Fort Wayne, to
Hannibal A St
147k. !. M. A. St. P.,93.
it. Jo, CM. It tet. P. p. iayt
11, A St. Jo pfd,
ht. P. M. k M.. 117.
Houston A T ., "tt
Illinois Cen., li-'S1;.
Ind. B. A W.,2S;'4.
Kansas A T , 30
hake K. A W.. 13.
Lake Shore, 87
Lou. A Nash , 41';.
Lou. A N. A., 37.
M. AC, 1st Pld,
M. AO. 2d pfd,
Mom A Char., 35.
Mich. Central, 72.
MlD. A St. L . W4.
M. A St. L. pfd, 47'i,
Missouri Pao., 109!4.
Mobile AO., 14.
Morns A E.,otrd,137
St. P. A nmsha, 40!-;.
Ht. p. a o. ptd, van.
Texas l'acitic. It' ,,
linion Paoitio, 48'.
U.S. Ex.rnfc, til.
W.,St. L. A P., 10.
W.,Kt. h. A P. p, 195-;,
W. AF. Ex., 122.
llnmmt ke, 1 .'S
lron Silver, 2Jo.
Ouickail ver pl'a, 22
Nkw Youk, Kebruarv 20. The total
imjiorts of specie ut this port (luring
the past week were S.il0,lKi:i,
The total exports of specie from this
port during tin" past week were $S,
113,77:!. Of this amount the exports
to Kurope were f.'!20,"H!l silver, and
ai3,l:tS gold ; and the exports to Ha
vana $lt0,4i gold.
The weekly hank statement issued
to-day shows the following changes:
Loans, increase, $.'l,.r:i5,4()0; specie, de
crease, $1,0! K.'.IOO; legal tenders, de
crease, $1,1H4,I0(; deposits, decrtas(,
$!IS(1,700; circulation, decrease, $15S,
200; reserve, decrease, 2,7ti7, 125. The
banks now hold j:!2,4'.Mi,KtlH in excess
of tho 2.) per cent. rule.
Londo.v, February 20. Consols
101 5-lti for both money and the ac
count. United States blinds, 4s, I27J.
Par silver, JJojjil per ounce. The
amount of bullion gone into the Hank
of Kngland on balance to-day is 5000.
1!kumn, February 20. The Imperial
Hank of Oermany has reduced its rate
of discount to :t per cent.
P.wtis, February 20. Three per
cent. renteH, K2f. tle. for the account.
Nhw Om.KAKS, La., F(druary 20.
Hank clearings, $l,.'!0:i,558.
Nkw Youk, February 20. Fx
changeA, $115lSo.'!Ili:3; balanws, $-t,-800,030.
Ualtimouk, Mi)., February 20.
Bank eleurings, l,8S7,fl77; balances,
St. Louis, Mo., February 20. Bank
clearings, 12,172,225; balances" $4 1 7,
i:J. Fortheweek: Clearings, $i:,ii$)r,
4.54 ; balaneefl, ?2,.r:Jtl,2S4.
Piiii.adki.i'iiia, Pa., February 20.
Bank clearings, f8,7S0,l05; buhuices,
Jl,154,5!Ki. Fortheweek: Clearings,
J57,024,5OO; balances, $7,575,827.
Chicago, Ii,i, February 20. Tho
asso(!iaU!d bank clearings to-day wero
$ti,5!)l,(l00. Clearings for the week
wero $19,327,000, against t:!2,7"l,0O0
for the corresponding week in 1885.
Boston, Mass., February 20. Kx
changc8,!rl;,4l 1,478; balances, $I,88i4,
774. Money I J per cent. Kxchange
on New York par to 80c premium.
For tho weuk: Kxchanges, $70,5;!O,
248; balances, $1 1,475,81k). For the
corresponding week of 1885: Kx
change, $50,2:18,770; balances, $7,-
The local market opened quiet, and
closed quiet; middling, 8 7-Hic, Sales,
750 bales, of which ;00 were to ex
porters, and 450 to spinners.
Yesterday. Day Before.
Ordinary 7 7
Oood Ordinary - 7! 7J4
Low Middling ; 8 8
Middling 8 7-lii 8 7-1
Good Middling 9U 9k
Middling fair. V:l . V
Fair... Mom. Noin.
Dusty 7 m 7 5-1SW 1-10
Stains and tinges... Tsif i 7 13-lb(8 7-1
Mmrais. February 20, 1886.
Stock, September 1, 1886... 1,392
Heoeired to-day 9"8
Keeeired previously . 473,770 470,12
Shipped to-day l.ftiio
Shipied previously 336,217
Home oonsamption to date
......... 474 ,734
Stock, running aeeeunt
Thus far this week.
Thus tar last week.
Since September 1st
Memphis and Charleston Railroad.... I V)
Mississippi and Tennessee Kailroad. ' 28:4
Loniaville and Nashville Railroad. . 193
Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. 28
C, 0. and S. W. R. R 85
Kansas City. Springfield and M. R.K. 42
Memphis, Selma and Brunsw'k H.1L 32
Steamers HM. ........m. 95
Wagons and other sources . 50
Thus far this week ............
Tons far last wek....
Sinoe September lit. ...... .
Memphis and Charleston Railroad...
Mississippi and Tennexsee Railroad.
Louisrille and Nashville Railroad
Louisville. N. O. A T. R. R..
New York sjHiUt opened quiet, and
closed steady. Kales, 24Sbali. Qno
tationa were as follows:
YesterJ-T. Day Before.
Low middling .
' New York futures opened steady and
closed barely tleadr. BuIoh, 107,400
halin. Tho closing quotations were as
follows, as eoinpared with yesterday:
YeitertJaT. Day Before.
Februiry 8.7- S 79 S.7T 8 80
March .KJ8 81 8.4 8.8
April . S.fi 8.94 8 9i,
May .! .te 9.(S
June 9..24 9.1S 9.129.1:1
July 9.1-19.19 126.96.36.199
AuKUSt..... 9 292i 9.2S.19.26
Seiitembef 9 v4 9.04 9.iK .07
October . 8.W4 8 94 . 8.9Hr 8.91
oTember 8.87 8..S9 8.4 87
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet and closed quiet. Sales, 4IHX)
Yesterday Day Before.
Ordinary fi 11 1H t H-l'i
Oood ordinary T 7-lrt 7 7-18
Low midllim -7 IS 18 " 1:4-1
Middlinit . 5-lti S 5-1
Uood middlinc V'i 9'a
The New (Irleaiw future market
opened tirtit, and elostnl steady, ami 1
to '1 ixnnw lower. Niles, otl.-'tM bales.
The closing quotations were as fol
lows, as eonqwred with ycHtenlay :
Yesterday. Day Bef.ire.
February.....-.... .XH S.:7 8 K 8.40
March . 8 3o4 8.31 8.3K4 8.8:1
April . 8 414 8.414 8 45
Mar 8.fol 8.S7 ..S7i 8..SH
June..... . 8.70
July .... B8'fl 8.81
8.70 4 8 71
8.81 4 8.82
8.83 4 8.84
8.52i4 8 W
8 47 4 8 44
Aasust ."S 8 M
September 8.0J4 8.6:1
October . 8.524 8.53
NoTember.... 8.47 4 8.4
... 8.49;4 8.51
DAILT PORT AND I NTKKtOR MARKETS.
Tone. ilec'U. Prioe. Stocr.
Quiot. 787 8Si fi6,624
Steadier 2.911 8 MS 378.410
Ouiet. 1.584 t 47,847
Nominal 2.531 8 89.1H8
Steady. lr88J r 08,910
Steady. 26 SJ - 7,2-.'9
Quiot. 1,538 8 34,2i7
Nominal 9 35,677
Siealv. 41 8 15-16 299,519
Quint. 3,328 9', 6,310
Dull. 1,141 9'-2 21,939
Weak. 4VI Xi 10.'.5tl
Dull. 466 S'l
Total receipts at ports, this day, 18S6....16.172
Total receipts at ports, this day. 1885.... 8,809
Exports to Great
Ueo'u since Sept.
4, 430,937. 4,306,562 4,287,808
2,813,9881 ',017,272 2. 852.261
. ,048,3I5 82:1.2751 975,(76
Increase in receipts this year...,
INIERIOR MOVKMENT FOR TUB WKE1C
tNDHNU i'KBUUAKV 19tii.
Receipts this wnok 57,8V!
Same week in 1K85 24.109
Same week in 1884 - 24,305
Increase oomnarcd with 1W 33,884
Inorease compared with 1884 33,518
Shipments this woek 63,79
Same week in 1885 .. 4,5.981
Same week in 18-4 3i,924
Increase compared with 183i 17,816
Increase oooipared with 1881. 25,875
Stock this week 418,870
Same week in 1885 214,231
Same week in 1881. ZAM
Increase oompared with 1885 213,939
Increase compared with 1881 193,720
Reeelots from plantations, 1KS6
Receipts from plantations, IS) ..
Receipts from plantations, 18H4
Receipt from plantations, 1S3 ......
. ri 3m
WORLD'S VISIBLE SUPPLY.
The New York Financuil Ctront'c&ol
February 20th gives tbfe foltowina tie
urea : Total visible mpply, 3,C80,8S8
hales, agninBt 2. OIK) oll.l in 188 . Ttiese
tiaures indicate an increase of cotton in
sivht of 10-1,205 bsles, as compared with
the same date in lbs.i, and a decrease
of 321 755 bales as compared with same
date in 1884.
Comparative atatemnt of cot'on
marketed and in sight February 10th
Net r'pts at ports
to Feb. 19th....4,414,7S) 4,302,753
mcnt Jim. 31... 580,0 2 476,38t
Bst'd S'th'n oon-
a'pt'n Dee. 31. DU.OOO 141,000
Am'tm'keted.5,159.427 4,923,137 4,815,774
Interior socks in
excess Sept. 1. 432,320 217,018 205,294
Am'tin light 5,591,747 5.140,153 6,061,068
Liverpool spot at noon were quoted
dull in buyers favor, Sales, 0000
bales, of which 5300 were American.
lleceipts, 22,(HK) bales, o, which 11,700
At noon : Ordinary, 4Jd ; good ordi
nary, 4j(l; low middling, 4 II-10d;
good middling, hd; middling nnlands,
4 IK-lUd; middling Urlenns. 4Id.
Tlw prim are gitvn in prnce and 64is,
Unix 4 63 mmnA 4 U3 6tcf., and 5 01
meant 5 1-C4 1
At noon: Liverpool futures were
flat; February-March, 4 47d; March-
Awnl. 4 48f4 47(1: Anril-.Mnv. 4 4 li'd
4 48d; May-June, 4 514 50(1; June-
July, 4 54(0)4 52(1; July-August, 4 57
(fi4 fwil; AugiLst-rH'ptember, 4 58(1.
At lp.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet and steady, and 2 64d lower
than the day before; February, 4 47d
sellers ; February-March, 4 47d sellers ;
March-April, 4 47d sellers; April-May,
4 4!M sellers; May-June,"4 51a sellers;
June-Jlily, 4 WM sellers;. .Itilv-August,
4 Hid sellers; AugusHScptemtier, 4 5!lil
. ' ri'Tl RK BAI..
The following is tho record of the
bids and oilers made at the Cull lioard
of the Merchants' Kxchnnge yester
day: No. 2 white, spot, 41c bid, 42Jc
aked; lebruary, 41c. hid, 42Jc asked;
March, 41?c bid, 42e asked; April,
44c bid, 45.1c asked; May, 44 ic bid,
4'e asked ; I No. 2, snot, 38c o. t. bid ;
February, 38c o. t. bid; March, 38je
o. t. bid; April,40c bid ; May, 42c bid.
No. 2, spot, 2 cars sold at S4c; Feb
ruary, 34t; bill ; March, 34lc o. t. bid;
April, 35Jc asked ; May, 30c asked.
Spot, 114 75 bid. $15 25 asked ; Feb
ruary, 14 75 bid; March, $15 50
asked; April, $15 bid, $15 25 asked;
May, $14 50 bid, $15 asked.
Spot, $1 95 bid; February, $1 05
bid ; March, $2 05 bid, $2 15 asked ;
A pril , $2 1 0 bid ; $2 25 aske. I.
Con White, 47c; mixed, 4tV, from
store; from levee or dejiot, white, 44c;
1 1 ay Choice, from store, S5c ; prime,
75(t)80c; pniirie, 50;; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $14 5(lfil5;
prime, $13 50,14; prairie, $.H(o;8 50.
. Oats White, 38c; mixed, 37c, from
store. Hound luU from levee on track
white, sacked, 35-tc ; inixetl, sacked,
11bn From sUre, 85e per cwt.;
round lots from levee, $15 5(i(a4ll per
Hkn Navy, $2 25; medium, $2.
IticB liouisiana, 4jSk5Jc; ('arolina,
Oatmkai, In half-barrels, $3 60 from
4,ViHNMKAt-Standard, $2 10fl2 20;
pearl, $M. 25 from store; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Fuoi'ii From storf, double extra, ;
triple extra, ; family, $4(t4 25;
choice, $4 2.Vr4 40 ; fancy, $4 75(n5 ;
extra fancy, $5 25(.5 75; patents, $0(i
6 25 ; round lota from levee ortrack, ltk;
cheaiier; car lots choice, $3 85fi)4 05;
family, $3 WKaVI 75 ; fancy, $4 3tKjH 50 ;
extra fancy, $t 75(5; patent. ' $5 25
Iloxisr aud C bits From t-tore,
Crackhd Whbat Iu half-barrels,
$4 from store,
CsACSaMr Soda, extra, 4l: to-la.
treble extnu 5-; lemon i n am crack
ers," extra, 7e; lemon en. mi crackers
treble extra, 71e;ging.r simps, extra!
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, lie: as
V 1 i 1.1 ... ..
Kansas City, Mo.. Fe'irnarv 20.
Wheat struJy; cahIi, afked;
March, 73, c bid. "4Jc a ked; May,
rSJc. Corn quiet; ct:i, -js.jc bid,
Wic askd; March, 2S bid", iOIj
asked; Mar, 30jo bid, :!'.; asked.
Oott No quotations.
iST. Ions, Mo., Febrimy 20. Vlorr
firm; W.V, 303 15; Uniily $3 25
(;3 35; fancy, 3 75(j,4 7. Whett
fair, active and higher ; tlie marktt
opened firm and to conlinued, finish
inn 'i.lc higher thn yesterday ; N'o. 2
red. cash. 01 ic: February , OHceTOl Sc.
closing ut 91 c bid; March, 9i (a ill e,
ciosinicat i8 bid; May, V.ij e,'.' lie
closing at Vio. Corn steady bat
quiet, with the bulk of trading in May;
the market closed JCJc higher than
yesterday; No. 2 mixed, rath, 3rt)
3tle ; Febmary, 3tijc bid; March,
S5,c; May, 375f37jc, closing at 37,
(o)37ic. Oats quiet but firm: No. 2
mixed, caw, Mc; feDruary, l!Jc hid;
March, 30c bid; May, 31 Ic. Kve
sasier, St)c bid. Barley dull ; G0(5i80c
f9r American ; Canada, sota'.ijc. Hay
in fair demand at prices about un
changed; piairie, $o(;i)S; timothy, $11
14. Flaxseed steady, $1 JO. Uran
dull; 05c at mill, hoc on ra t track.
Corn meal Brro, 1 P5(o)2. lieceipta
Flour, 2C0O brls; win a', 10,000 bu;
corn, 89,000 bu; oats, 13,000 bu; rye,
2000 bu ; hai ley, UJOO Du. bhipmenta
Flour, 5000 brls; wheat, 1000 bu;
corn, 8000 bu ; cats, 2000 bu ; rye,
1000 bu; bailey, 1000 bu.
Cbicauo. III.. February 20. The
great sr part of the day the markets on
Change were dull, and closed feature
less. Wheat opened a litt'a stronger,
but the market tugged back almost to
the opening point, and laid dormant
till near the close of toe session, when
it picked up considerable strength
bona news of an export movement at
New York. There win considerable
covering by "shorts." May wheat
opened ic higher thai yesterday's
close, and in the course of the day
gained the other Jo. Heccipts tf
wheat lor the week at the twelve
principal ports were l,0:i!),000 bush
els, against 1,157,000 bust' els for
the week previous, and the shipments
were 020,000 bushels, against 004,000
bushels lor the week previous. Corn
was dull and fi a'.ureless throughout
the entire eoesion, and the total range
for tha day was within J 3 of the open
ing. Oa's were quiet, aud prices 11 uc
tnated but very little. Flour was
dull and unchanged. Wheat opened
tlrm. advanced Ic. receded Renin, then
advanced i", nnd at the closing wits go
higher than yesterday. bales
ranged: February, 7l2aH, closed
at 801c; March, 7!lS(ii!80Je,
closed at 80Jo; May. SljtWttjic,
closed at 85 3-ltic: June, iil(..871c.
c'oaed at HUjc ; No. 2 spring, 80ia)82 jc ;
No. 3 spring, 72c. Corn quit t and easy ;
cash, 3(g'a:ise; rebruary, At j(i)3 sc,
closed bi37Jo; March, 376n37iC
closed tt 37 11-lOc: May, 41(41 ic
closed at 41 110c. Oati dull but firm ;
cash, 3iK30Jo; February and March,
30c; May,:!2i3:tc,clr-sedat 32 15-ltlo.
Rye dull ; No. 2, 50o. Flaxseed steady ;
No. 1. fl 121. Receipts-Flour, "000
brls: wheat. 13.(00 bu; corn. 173,000
hu ; eats, 102,000 bu; rye, S01H) bu ; bar
ley. 47,00'J u. Wiipments-r lour, WKI0
brls; wheat, 17,000 bu; lorn, 180,000
bu ; oats, 101,O0Vbu ; rve, 3000 bu ; bar
ley, 36,000 bu.
llirrr.it-Creamery, 3S(.i;4(V; dairy,
17(n.25c; butteriue, 14t l0c; country,
12j('iM8e, according to condition.
t'mcESK I rime Hats, idi Se; . INew
York factory; Sefull.creain, ll(iiil2c
Y. A.. Il!("l2c.
Mkss 1'ohk Old, $10 7.V'ill per bar
rel ; new, $11 75(iiU2 pef bamd ; sugar
cured hams, packed, Dlfii'dOc; breuk
fast bacon, 8.(:i; clear rili Imeon, t5
Itm.K 1'ohk (Hear sidiis, OO.'Ojc;
elixir rib sides, 5Jf,0c ; long clear, h(t?,
5jc; shoulders, 4('a4c.
Laud Tiercis, llilaoJc; half-bar
rels, tlje: kegs, Ojc; buckets, 77Je;
f-buekeb, 7(a7c; 50-lh tins, tl.',fi)
6Jc; 20-lb tins, 0gtljc; 10-lb tins, H9
74c ; Mb tins, 7j,71c; 3-lb tins, 7j
7c; choice kettle, tierces, 77ic
Fuksii Mkath- ltecf Cood' Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c ; light, 77.Jc ;
cows and heifers, (ijc; mutton, 7c;
lumljN, 8'.c; jsirk, tic.
rniH-FKirr-ltrls, t8 50; hall'-brls
Cincinnati, O., February 20. Pork,
dull and nominal; $11 12J. Ijird,
eas er:$5 055.07. Bulk meats quiet;
shoulders, 4c, shoit rib, 5 00c. Ba
con easy; shoulders, 4 ic; short rib,
tile; short clear, (ijje. Butter dull
and unchanged. I'lggs, lighter receipt),
stronger; 18Ju)l!c. Cneeee firm and
St. Lor i s, Mo., February 20. Pro
visions quiet, but prices general?
steady. Pork, $11.25. Lard 6.!K)(
6.05c. Bulk mea'e lo(Me lots, long
clear, 5.45c; short ribs, 5.55c; short
clear, 5.70c; boxed lots, long clear,
tU; short ribs, tic; short clear, 01c
Bacon long clear, 6.85c; short ribs,
6.i50c; short clear, ej.nc.
Hams steady, 8JllJc. Butter quiet
and firm ; creamery, 2430c; dairy 18
(ti 24c. Fggs dull and weak, 19c. .
Chicago, III., February 20. In
provisions thesend-ofl in the morning
gave a very promising outlook f ir the
bulls, but the only advance gained was
the practical strength derived from the
light receipts cf hogs at the yards.
The efiect of this had disappeared
half an bour after the opening and
the pit became almost deserted, when
wheat tcok an npward turn and the
crowd got back in the pit but the
figures failed to move one way or the
other. Mess pork a shade firmer,
early but clor.ed eacy; cash. $11
11 05; February-March, $11 2jU 05;
May, $11 20U 25, closed at $11
20C4ll 221. Lard quiet and steady;
May,8.l7J(o)0.'.0c. Boxed meato steady j
dry salted shoulders, 3.954c; short
rib side?, 5.C2J5 55c; short clear sides
6 80c(o5 85c. Butter and eggs showed
Soa e $2fn3 50 jier case.
( okkkk Common, 7-!C"i8ic: ordi
nary, t9Je; prime Rio, 10llc;
choico to fancy, 11 Jf.el'.'lc; old govern
ment, 2325c ; Ceylon, 20c.
Si-oak Fjintem yelloWj (ijf!i,7u;
pure w. c. white, l.m7c; oil white, tijl
laCijc; yellow clarified, ttJfiiSOJe : ojien
kettle, 5jfaic; refined A, 7(ic;
granulated, 7c; jsiwden-d, 8c; cut
loaf, Sje. .
Salt $1 2tK"l IWjmt barrel ; sacks,
fine, $1 50; coarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 2J(37c; car-loads from levee
or depot, 5e cheaper.
Moi.assks Ixmisiana, common to
fair, 23($'-J"c; prime to elioiee, 40K5.'m:;
syrup, 25(o)4(V; common to fair, 25(tf)
3ite; prime to choice, :t5'.40c.
Candiks Sticks, all sizes, in boxes
pai's and barrels, 7Ji;c.
Caniii.es Full weight, 10jllc.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 27(3)
30t: ; other gradeei and styles, 2f)8.5c.
Snuff Ciarretts, $10 80 ier case;
lUlph's, $10 25 per case ; It. R., $"J 50.
Cannbd Gik.ds, F.tv. Prices ier
do-4en : I1neapplirs.fi 35)1 65 ; peaches.
2-lb. sUmlard, $t IV. .Ml- seconds.
$1 I.Xl'1 25 ; tomatoes, 2 Hi slandanl,
$1 10; 3-lb. $1 :15; straw li rries, $1 40-ii)
lll; ntsplierries. $1 15: CI :'.": Uack-
iH-rries, s-lfrr ,"; grivnr.i.'s. fl tsli.iV
175; pears, $2225; pluu.i. jlikk i
1 70; asparagus, $2 re.-n corn.
$1(?41 35; green ih-:u, Mm 2 25; com)
ivstern. full Weight, 1 -lie. $l(.i I 10;
cove ovsters, full wcil-IiI, 2 lb, $1 75(
I 0.V: cove oystei-s, liu-ld weight, l-lh.
I.h-; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1 : condensed milk-Crown, 5 '.Kl;
luigle, $7 75; Swiss. $.
Nkw Orikans, La., February 20.
Coflee fiio, 6l(.rOJe. Rice, S&Slo.
Sugar ljuiet but firm; open kettle,
choice, fje; prime to eiricily prime,
4 l.16(cfc; fair to fully fiir, 4,tc4,e;
Mo'aises prime, 20Qi22c; fiir, 15(i)
Kit; L,omsiana centrilngals, prime
to etrictly prime, 10(i;20c; common
to good common, 13c.
Nw Yopk, February It). Coffee
spot for Kio quiet, Sjc; options
moderately active and generally
steady; sales, 18,500 liii; March to
Alav, o.i lie; June, die; September,
0 80c; December, 0 90c. Sugar dull,
weak and nominal ; fair to good re
finery, SJrtfiJc; refined dull; granu-
lated, i('Ti$3. luce steady deinaml,
Aeei r Ailes, $2 25(A2 50 from
store; $2i 2 25 er car-load from levee
or deiMit. 1 tried npples, 3M4C 1st
Huind from stoiv. fried peaches, 3jj)
IVitatviw Potatoes, $2 255? 2 W from
store, $21-11 2 25 per car-loud from levee
niKTAIII.KS-t'lllOIIS, J2 ,.(; .1 25
from store ; $2 00(,iA-8.5 from levee or
lepot. Cabliaire, $4 50 per cinte.
Kraut, barrels, l(J0 50; lialf-barrels,
$2 75(1-"'. tiarlie, -lOfit litV per 100.
1'Ht'lT- Oranges, Iaiuisiiiiiii, none;
Florida, none; Mi-ssina, $40i4 50 iht
box. W'liioiis, $t(Vl 50 per box.
BanamiM, 50c 100 jier bunch. ( is-oa-
nuts, $4 per IIKl. Peanuts Virginia,
lifW'Jc; Tennessee, fanner's stock, 2.j('Vi
3c; recleaned, 3'(rf,4 Je ; roasted, 2Jc
higher; shelled, KK-. Alnumds, lsy)
(k-. t hestnuts --green, 12j(il.c; dry,
K.msins- Isindon layers, $3 50; lay
ers, $2 7;; I alilortua, ; Imperial,
Picki.ix In jars, pints, !Hlc; quart,
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 50; gallons,
$."75; loose, barrels, $0; hall-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Pkcns lexas, StyiOe lor small to
inedhiiii, I0(ci14e for large; Arkansns,
Walnuts l-rencli, 12c; Naples, Lie;
lirenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
CiiiKit Missouri, $7(11)7 50 per barrel
nndt k!'"4 50 p-r hall-barrel. Vinegar,
I Kiltie per gallon.
Pol'i.Tiiv -Turkeys, per dozen, $S
12; geese, $3eii4; ducks, 13; cliickens,
good deiiiiind, $23; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 1 2c per pound.
Fish -Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 30(f4 75; No. 2, $3 5lK'i 3 75; No. 3,
$2 75(11)3; 10-lbkit, No. I, MIc; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, tide. Pry herrings,
family, 25c per box.
(iamh- Venison, whole, 3(3!5f ; sad
dles, 0(i?8c; bear, 0(i?Hc; wild turkeys,
MVa 75c; iliicl(S,l 50(n)2 50; squirn-ls,
7"h-; qunils, 75i (l ; prairie chickens,
$5; game fish, (ifn.8c.
K4111H-- Finn, 21c.
lTrON4tEK Ola,, r.Tt:
SicKK Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 ht ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
b(ml(, $ii; wagon at. mills,! 8. Mkai,
Prime f. i. b., $15 cr ton. 1-cns than
car-load lots, $15 50. From store, (Hie
per sack. Cakr Nominal; $10 per
ton. On. In car-load lots, prime,
crude (VS. oil, 22(n)2,le; prune sum
mer yellow, 201(i027e; oH'-simmier yel
low, 252tiej miners', UTfrtKUfc-; elioiee
((Hiking siiinnier yellow, 28(ie30i'.
B&4J4JIN44 A SID TIEN.
Haikiinu lute, Oldllc; llux, lOCrt
lO.'.e, iiccording law weight. Ties, $1 20
Nails -12 452 70.
(iai, Oil Prime white, wholetmlc
lots, 15c jmt pillon.
Ci.rvki.ani), February 20. Petiiv
leiim Steiuly; s. w., 110 , 8jc.
PiTTsiii'Rd, Pa., February 20. 1
trtilcum fairly active and irregular;
Nutional Transit certificates ojH'iied at
78)o, and closed at Uti.ic ; higlicst price,
81 ;c; lowest, 7i.e.
WIIIHKT, WIKKM, I.I41VOIWI, .BIG.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 OOCajti ; rye, $1 75QIJU; domes
tic, 9(k-(i4l 00.
St. In'ts, February 20. -Whisky,
CnicAdo, February 20. Whisky
steady, $1 in.
Cincmmati, February 20. -Whisky
$1 10. Hales of 12till barrels finished
goods oil this basis.
11 oil i:n an u niitm,
IIoiisiw (iood driving, $125(ni250;
good snd(lle,$l40(:aK); plugs, $:.'K.i80;
good marcs, i8,i(ii)I40,
Mci.ks 141 to 15, flKVHU); 15 to
15.J,"$l2.r!l40; 15J to 10, $ 1 40f.nl 75.
Supply siiiall; demand moderate.
I.I VK SJIOCK.
Cincinnati, O., February 20. Hogs
firm; common and light, $3 350,4 15;
imckine and butchers , $4 lW"i 50
Receipts, 1039 head; sbipmer.tifOSO
Kaokas City, Mo., February 20.
The Live titor.k JndicoJor reports: tat
tle Keceipta, 507 head; shipments,
none; strong and fairly active; ex
porters, $5 l(n5 30: good to choice
shipping, $4 OtKiiVi 0-5; common to
medium, $4fii)4 50; ntockers and
faeders, $3 20(44; cows, $2 403 30.
Hog Reiiit', 4100 bead; ship
ments, 2-21 bead; strong and a
shade higher; good to choice, $4(.i)
4 15; common to medium, $3 70(.i)
390; skips and pigs, 2(i)3 05. Sheep
Receipts, 107 head; shipments,
none; sUtady ; irood to choice, $2 80
3 50; common t3 medium, $22 70.
Chicago, III, February 20. The
Drown' Journal reports: Cattle re
ceipts, 1110 head; shipments, 500
head; market strong and active;
shipping steers, 9"0 to 1S00 pounds,
$3 5IX";5 75 ; itx-kers and feedere,
$2 754 40; cows, bnlls and mixed,
$175(4; bulk, $2 75(3 50. Hogs,
receipt 4, 11,000 bead ; shipment, 7000
bead; market active, 5c higher;
rough and mixed, $464 35; pack
ing and shipping, $4 35fii4 05; light,
$3 904 35 ; skips, $2 80(n3 SO. Sheep
receipts, 1200 bead; shipments,
5C0heid; market strnmr; natives, $2
(a)5 25; Texans, $1 75(43 53; lamba,
NEW YOHU DBI UOODH HABHET.
Nkw Yob, February 20. The
maiket has been more quiet, still
very fair business has been reached
through telegrams and mail orders.
The tone of the market for cotton
goo la is steady to strong.
DEMOCRATS TO TUB FRONT-Te all
enMssa seeking Oovernmsnt Km
iilormeat la any ol the deiuu-tmenU at
Washington, or any other positions under
the Government, I will send full instrnctioQi
as to how to preweesl to obtain the same,
and Blastai ferns ef Apatllmtlon on
leceipt ol One boUar. AdtfresM JOHI
O, BGaMsH, Uk4OX, WHt. CUtossc.
RIVERS AD STEAMBOATS.
Friars Point..CeABoa,P p.m.
Arkansas Citr.KaTl Adsms, 5 p.m.
Orceola ...DiS Adi3, 5 p.m.
Tiitonvill.....(laTosn, ft p.m.
Vickuburs. Bsli.i Mim-HH. t p.m.
HU Louis .Citt or Caiko, (i p.m.
Arkansas Kiver.Jui I'avsaa.ft p.m.
St KranolsKiver Rsns Mcriadt. i p.m.
Cincinnati :...Jamks W. Osrr, S p.m.
New Orleans Ankk I". Sil.vsa, S p. in,
White Rivr....CaicsiS4W, 5 p.m.
OTEMIHTS AT TUB LEVEE.
Arrival$. Kmpiirer, Cat 14Mod;
Dean Adams, Osceola.
Departure. Chas. Morgan, Cincin
nali; Koiiuirer, Cut lslaud; llvlena,
New Orlans;F'. W. Cole, Arkansas
river; De8met, White river.
Bcut in 7'ort Utiia Adams and
Boats Due Doun.Oltj of St. Louis,
City of Vicksburg, Uayoso, James W.
Caff nnd Belle Memphis.
Boat Due I'p. Coahoma, Kate
Adams, F.nqtiirer, Joe Peters, City of
Cairo aud Will 8. Hays.
The Will H. Hays, Capt. Win. Ra
ker, is due up Monday, bound for Ut.
Thi Chickasaw, Oapt K. C. Postal,
is tha Wednesday packet for White
Tin James W. Call', Capt. John
K. Jones, is the Tuesday packet for
Thk Rene Macready, Capt. O. K.
Joplin, goes out Taeeday evening f jr
M. Francis river.
Tim Annie P. Silver, Cant. William
Thompson, ia the Anchor Line packet
Tuesday ovening for New Orleans.
Tub Fean Adams, Capt. Henry
Cooper, is tlie packet Monday evening
at 5 o'clock for Osceola and the upper
bends. Wm. Suiither is in her olhce.
Tiic City of Cairo, Capt. Shep.
Mghtner, is the Anchor Line packet
Monday evening at 0 o'clock for Cairo
and Hu louis. J. C. Klton is her
T11 a Coahoma, Capt. Thos. Claggett,
is the packet Moudny evening at 5
o'elock for Helena, Fnara Point and
all way landings. Will Ash ford is in
Tub Italle Memphis, Capt. Ceo. Ra
ker, is the Anchor Line packet Mon
day evening at 0 o'clock for Vicks
burg and the bends. Ai. Bimpson is
Tin Uayoio, Capt W. P. Hall, is
the packet Monday evening at 6
o'clock for Hales Point. Tiptnnvillo
and all way landings. Jesso P. Walt
ia in her otlice.
Tn Joe Poters. Capt. K. B. Smith,
is the packet Tuesday evening at 5
o'elock for all tointa on Arkansas
liver, going through to Pine Bluff.
Charles Mussel man and Billy Johnson
are her clerks.
Thi Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the Doited Statesman pack
et Monday evening at 5 o'clock for
Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W. C. Blanker has charge
of her office, assisted by Lew Price,
Morris Cans nnd J. C. Wyckofl.
Wiatiikr clear and cold.
Tub K. W. Cole cleared last evening
for Arkansas river with a fair trip.
Tns river here standi 28 feet 2
tenths on the gauge, a rise of 8 tenths
the last 24 hours.
In the local columns will be found
an account of damage to the coal lliet
and Iom of coal barges.
Tub Charles Morgan, having been
delayed here, got out at 12 o'clock yes
terday with her big trip.
Tub DeHmet depnrted yesterday
evening for White river with a good
showing of freight and passengers.
St. Lotus Republican, 19th: "Scharfl
A Bernheiuier will load the Wyoming
and a barge with fully 1700 tons of
general merchandise for the Red and
Ouachita rivers, thus giving New Or
leans another one itraight from the
Tub big Helena depaited yesterday
evening for New Orleans with 108
bales of cotton, 3500 sacks of oil cake.
6100 sacks of oil meal, and 300 tons ol
miscellaneous freight"). Hhe get at
Helena 1000 bales cf cotton, at Ter
rene 12(H) bales of cotton, and other
engagements below that will fill her
Tim bb-Democbat, 17th: "About 3:30
o'clock yesterday, as the Charles P.
Chouteau, lying at the head of (iravler
street, was unloading cotton from the
etarbr ard side, several balea were no
ticed to be on lire. The crew was ut
once set to work to extinguish the
flames, and an alarm was sounded for
the Fire Department, but before the
arrival cf tlie steamers it was out.
Fifteen bales of cotton were thrown
overboard, but were recovered. Dam
ages will not exceed $25."
Tiuks-Star, 18th: "The dissolution
of the Ohio and Big Sandy River
Transportation Company was consum
mated at Catlettiburg yesserday by
the sale of their boats at auction.
The Tom Spurlock brought $2725;
Mountain Uirl, $2170; Lightwood,
$1025; Jerry Osborn, $030; J. P. Hat
ton, $200; total, $07CO. John A. Bar
tram bought each one in. Collectively
they brought $7400, and were knocked
oil t j Mr. Bui tf am. It ia understood
that the purchases were mode for a
majority of the stockholders of the
old company, and that a new company
will be organized in a few days, and
operate as heretofore on the Big San
WEATHER AMD RIVER.
Orricc Hiokai Ussvica, U. 8. A., 1
MsarHH, Tana.. February 'JO, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 7ft" meridian time.
I Above .
low water Rise. Fall.
"fl S M g S
Cairo : 4 . T .
Chattanooga 7 2 ... g
Cincinnati Iff 4 1 'X
Davenport. . ...... ...
FortHinilh. . 6
Helena ....... 57 1 9
Leaven sr'th .
Little Rook . .
Louisville. . 14 7 7
Meiupbla. . 2n a It
Nashville .... f 1 6 1
New Orle'ns- a S 5
Pittsburg . S . 1
St. Louis 1 2 3
Hhrereport 12 9 a
Vidhsburg ... HI 9.1 9
Pxttsbdro. February 20. Noon-
River 8 feet 1 inch on the gang ana
falling. Weather dear and cold.
Cjbcimhati, February 20, Noon
River tailing, with 37 fee, Inebe. n
the gange. Weather alear ; thermom
Wmiuso, February 20. No in
River 12 feet 9 inches ou the native and
falling. Weather cold and windy.
EvANtviLLa, February 20. Noon
River rising, with S3 feet fl inches orf
the gauge. Departed: James W. Cart
a- 9 a.m. ; Arrived: Paris C. Brown at
Ixxtisvili.b, February 20. Noon
River falling, witn I t feet 2 inches in
the canal aud 13 feet ou the falls.
BiiHiuewi gold. Weather cloudy and
cold. Locals on time. .
Cairo, February 20. Noon River
?8 feet 3 inches on the gauge and riaing.
Weather clear aad cold. Arrived:
Minnetonka, above, 0 p.m. ; Granite
Slate, Memphis, 1 a.m. ; My Choice,
St. Louis, 1 a.m. Departed: City of
Vicksburr, Vicksburg, 8 p.m.: City of
St. Louis, New Orleana, 2 a.m.; Oran-
its State, Cincinnati, o a.m.; Aikan-
aa City, St. Louis, 10 a.m.
Ml. Lonta and New Orlejisie Anchor
I.lae-U.N. aiaJI-FOR VICKJWwHC,.
Geo. Ilakar master.'
Will lsave from Rlevator MON a-A I Jrae.
id, a (I p.m. For Ireliht or passawe apply
C. 1 IUi.i.. Pass. Airt. Al fiToRM.ap t.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Nt. Irfnle ami New Wrlrana AnrMor
l.lne-I .N. Mull FOR NKW ORLKANa.
Annie P. Silver, tZT.
Wm. It. Thomson.... mastrr.sntfiA-
Will Lv from Klevator TUKsWA l , tab.
Zi, at 5 p a, For freight or i.assaae aupli
0. (,. IUi.i., Pass. Art. AP HT1IH Ivl, Hnp't,
FOR LOUISVILLE k CINCINNATI
Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Co.
FOR 1.01'IIVII.L.E A 4-iai'INMATI.
Jiuim'n W. (.airrKfc
John P. Junes. ..master.
Will leavsTllK.Sl)AV, Fib. :J, at t P m.
Kr Irslihl or passaae apply to 0. U. Hll!
FKl.l,, Agnnt, No. 11 Mailisoa it- Telephone
Ho. JOHN CAKK, laisensr Ajtent.
Steamer OHIO fullows, leavina IriJaf.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Nt. I.onla nl New Orleisne Anrlior
Line ll.N. Mnll-CAUtO 4 01. LOU 18.
Linhtner master, ?fciiBi
Will leave from Klevator MONO At. rob.
224. at (I p.m. For freight or passage apply
0. 1,. Hai. i , I'ass. Agt. Al ST'IKM, Sun't.
FOR TIPTON VILLE.
tut osoeula, Hales Point. Carutliersrille,
Uayosn ami Tiptonvllle The new steamer
W. P. Hall. master J. D. Faller clerk.
will leavo as above, and all war points,
KVEHV MONDAY and TUURSUAY at S
LKK UNE STEAM EVW.
aavsupiim.e riMre ft'ul n I auu aj, tiu.uis
nnd OMinoln PaeKet tloimiHilj..
tor llelone. illandale. Friars Point and all
Wa Landings titeamor
R, T, 0lagett...master I Piatt Rhoae...w' --'
1 1 leave as above on entry MUNOA'.
W KPN ittlD AY and FRIDAY, at to'oloot
For Randolph, Tattoo. Osoenl and Wt
Landini a Hteamer
DEAN A DAKS,
J. n. Cooper, master.. ..J. W. Hmithers,-)li)
Leavns aisv.ry MOM MAY, WUDMbbDt
andFKIDAYatS p.m. The boau of this
line resorve the right to pass all landings
the "intalo may desm nntafe, Offloe, No. 4
M4I( .1AMKM 1,KK. .!.. Hnr.'.
Memplila and Vicksburg Packet Com
pany U. S. Mall Line.
M. R. (!haak...maaur I W. U. Bla
For Uolona.ionoordla, Terrene ana Arkan
sas citr ine elegant passenger steamer
EVERY MONDAY and TIHIRSDAV, at 1
o. m.. resarvlne the riant to pass all lanilints
the captain may deem unsafe. For general
Information apply at otlcs, No, 4 IMadicoa
street. K. WALWORTU. Agent.
JOHN RARR.Pass'r A cent. Telephone IMA.
The St. Francis Hirer Transportation
Oo.'s ?lne blde-W keel 11. B. Mail Bteamer
Ree Macready, r .
0. K. Joplin ...mater,
WILL LKATK MKMPHlfi KTKall
at S o'atoek, for Marl anna, the Out-Off, aad
Intermediate landings on St. Fraaotf river.
The oeptaln reserves the right to pass I
landings he deems unsafe. JAS. LKK, Ja-,
MnneHnUnri,. Oflloe, No. 4 Madison st-
Memphis White Bifor Pktlt
. V. 8. HAIL. LXNE.
STR. CHICKASAW, r.KZ.
K. 0. Pot Lei... master I 0. M.eostioierh
a7lskrBflon, Iseenlle HlatT, Oee Art,
LASiirnalit, JftsikeomtMsrlnnel fiseskrtiy.
HA VKd MEMPHIS Every WKDNKSDa.t.
atSp.m. Threugh rates to all points.
Freight eonslgned to "Memphis and White
mver eaoket Ucmpany Be rorwaraeil
promptly. II. (.
CI. LOWH. Aeent.
Telst.ho-e tin. Nt.
FOIt WHITE ltlVElt.
McmphlMYliIteiUlack Elver Packet
For Helena, DsValls Bluff and AugusU.
ine new and elegant iiuewneol peeeenger
Milt llarrv awstor.
Will leave KVKRY SATURDAY at o'olooh
p.m. Through rates to all points. Freight.
eonslgned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will
he promptly lorwarded. C. B. RUSSKLL.
Agent. Telephone W. Olllne U Madison si,
rhhk II ri.swsl.iw. I'senger Avent.
Notice la Hereby Ulven,
rpilAT the annual meeting of the stork
X holders of the Chesapeake. Ohie
and Houthwenlurn Kailroad Company
lor the election of llireotors ana
such otber butines as may come before the
meetini. will ba hsld at. the office of the)
Company, la the city of Memphis (eelled the)
Taiing District ol Hkslliy County), Tenn.,
on the (tils nay of Apwii. IH, at a
o'rlork noon of that day, and that the leas
fr.m thatCompany to the Newpurt News anil
Misissippi Vslley Company will he sab
mi tied to tha storkholde-s for their eonsent
thereto and approval thoreif. Transfer
books will be ulotted Iroui Marrh '-.lh to
April e, 1HH6.
Uy order ol the r'resinent aart newn eg
Director.. ISAAC B. (4ATKH, heoretary.
P. M. STANLEY,
AS HeMlleeai Btrevt. Meawphfas, Tenaw
A FULL stock of Wooden and Metallic
Casts and Caskets. Rnrial Robes, tn.,
always on oand. Orders by Telegraiih or Tel-
ephonaPromi'i ly .(tended to.
'XT,. 7ats. nSn A book ,n0 Peres.
rJJT ' " ' l.andve.tiirUeon-
newf paper" and estimates o the eoat of ad
vertising. The advertisor who wants to spend
one dollar, tnds in it tne information he re
quires, while for him who will invest one
hurdred thousand dollars in advertising, a
scheme is indicated which will meet bit
every requirement, or can be nisde to do ee
by slight chanw easily arrived a
spondenee. One hundred and "T-t.hre
ditions bare been issue.l. bent, postpaid,
to any address lor ten cents. A'J'J fj " V
P. ROWKLL A NhWoPAPhH Ai
ing House Sqnare .New lot -
HAVINO qnallfled as admlnietrats
the estate of Frank Dsaeea.dseM
aoUoe is hereby givea for all paries aerie e?
elaims against said estate U lie aasaewi
me: and all parties indebted to aaul esteea
will settle as iaee. Meesohis, Tajin.tJatt.
3T, 1M. M HKSi'. R.PU SCA !f. a Ja'r.