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FIMSCE m COMMERCE.
MONEY 8 PER CENT., NEW YORK
EXdlAKUE 1 4 PRELU M.
Cclton Booming- An Atlraice All
A'ouz the Line Middling, H 3Sr;
Sale", 2500 Bales.
Money continues in good demand
at 8 per cent. Local securities steady
Cot tun oil trusts in demand at 24.
Taxing Iriptru-ts a shade lower; 4-t,
VH bid, VI asked. Gag stock depressed
at 77. Other securities unchanged.
The cotton market yesterday was firm
and the feeling at the Exchange
buoyant, fio confident are factors that
i ne advance which has set m since
Saturday will be maintained, and that
better prices may bo looked for, that
they are asking concessions of from
ic to Jcalrtive quotations, and talk con
fldently of (lc for middling in this
market at an early day. The closing
prices as officially reported at the Cot
ton Exchange yesterday was Kjcfor
middling, but buyers found it dilficult
to puivhaxe at that figure, 8e ticing
generally demanded. Pales, 2.100
bales. Keceipts, 8!)1 bales; stock, l:!'.t,
I'l! bales. New York opened strong,
and remained lirui all day
closing jc higher for spots
and 17 jioints better for futures
Middling Ho, March deliveries, 11.01
ii.Ol'c. New Orleans shot up like a
rocket, futures gaining 3:1 points and
spots .".-llie, middling 8 7-l(c, Mart
i ne Liverpool spot market was
quoted at noon good business at hard
ening rates, middling 4Jd, an advance
from which figure is almost certain
to-day, as the Liverpool spot market
closed uelore prices were marked up
on this side.
rutures at Liverpool closed strong,
and ,'-(!4d higher, March 4 50-04.1.
Keceipts at all United States ports
yesterday, 9254 bales, against (ili'iO
same time last year. In the general
markets there is nothing to report be
yoiul an advance in car lots of flour of
from 20e to 40c a barrel. Full details
in another column.
riiteen brls beans and peas, 12 pkgs
ouner, rags bacon, 141; uu corn,
' 2 cars cotton-seed, 4!13 sks cotton
seed, 150 brls cottoH-seed oil, 21 pkgs
dry goods, pkgs eggs, 82S oris flour,
(::( bales hay, 22 hd cattle, US hd
horses and mules, 15 pkim lard. ;
000 ft lumber, 70 pkgs liquors, 800 bu
oais ami 1 1 cars pork sides.
i) Madison St, Keinphis, Teun.,
one or two exceptions the trading in
Heading was never so large as to-day,
134,000 shares. The first sale was
made at an advance of J at 2S, from
which there was a break in the lirst
hour to 271, and rallied befort nii,l,lnv
to 28 j. Sales in the afternoon were made
at fractions above 2S until the last
hour, when it rose to 2!:J, and closed at
--g. Lackawanna made a gain of
only at the opening, at 1:!1J. but
rose. 10 l.u, uroke to uij, sold up to
l.d and down to 132j before noon,
lM'ing exceptionally feverish with
every large transaction. There was
another break after middav to 131 j,
and closed at 132. Delaware and
Hudson and Jersey Central show onlv
small changes, the former lieingdown
I, anu me nuier j. western I n Ion
was conspicuously week on rumors
tending to show that the next divi
dend will be reduced to 1 iht cent. It
closed with a loss of 1 J, at 71 , after
selling as low as l-j. llie remainder
of the active list is prettv evenlv
divided between gain and losses of
small tractions, 'llie weakness in the
afternoon followed reiwrts of a failure
lotal sales to-ilav were A1S..Wi.1
shares, including Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western, 113.734; Dela
ware, and Hudson, 11,(IS8; Krie, 18,-
'.: uikeMiore, 4ioii: Lauisvilln ard
JNaanville, 3.;Srt; Northwestern. 4375
New Jersey Central. 23.120: Pucifie.
Mail.lO'.KW; Heading. 134.24r:Kt. Paul.
30,8,0; Union Pacific, 17,550; West
ern Union, 2!),631, and Northern Pa
cific preferred, 14,420. Closing quota-
U. 8. 3. WH. New 4.. VXU
New ,. Pacific 6s of 1896, 125,'i
C. P. first, 115M. T. P. land nuh.li.
hrie foeoniin. lill'i. T. P. kin 11 .1... m
" " nae., 11.14.1,. r nr.!., inyt.
Louiaiana cona.,S4. U V. l.nd grant',106.
miEvnun ni. in. '. f. . tnmi ith
St. Jo-enh.lIHVi. Virginia tin. 4H.
St.P.Jc 6. 0. 1f,l29!-J. Va.cun., ex-m.e
Tenn. 6j, old, 5U. Va.con. det., 13.
Teun. lis, new, 59.
A dame Expre(9, ltfi. Nafhvllle 4 C, 47.
Allegheny Central. -N. J. Central, hi'.
Al'on k T. H.. 41. Norfo k k W.pld, 2,
A. A T. II., iifd, 90. Northern Pao..
American Ex., Northern P. ld,5a.
Canada Pao., 64. N.T.C.iSt.L.', p."l8K.
Central Pao Be. 42'2. C. N.W uu
1'k.Hu.L. Ln ints XT - , ' . '
n n Y.- ln" central, lutr'j,.
C.40. 1st vti, 1. Ohio Central, .
C.AO. 2d nfd, 13. Ohm & Mill.,
Chicago 4Alton,142. 0. & Mli. iitd, W.
C. a. pfd, M Ontario 4 Went . 19.
r" & i 19reon m-
C. bt. L dEN.O.. Ofiriin 'I rBn. Qtf'
C., st L &P.i V- i- Oregon Imu.,'28
C..8j. h. lL P.,p.,ol)i.Paoilic Mail, 51.
t., a. X C.,34. Panama. '.IS.
Vv.r i. . .
bel., L. 4 W.p WlJi. Pullman P. C. 122.
Pen. & Rio 0., 17. Reidin, '2ffi,-i.
Kria. 28H. Kook Itlimd, 12.
trie pfd , 63. bt. L. 4 8. p., 2?
fc.astXenn.,' Kt.L.AS.F. p, 45.
KaHt Tenn. nM.. ii'i. Si 1. .t s V i : . .. io
FortWane, 147k.' C. M. Jt St. P.. H3Vi!
4 St. P. u. Y1AV.
di. r. m. x m., 118.
bt. P. 4 Omaha, 40.
Ft. P. 4 0. bid, 1IK
Texae Paciflo, 12'4.
bniun Puriflo, 51.
1'. 6. Kijrofi, ix.
"..St- u. 4P.,Wh.
W.,St. L. 4 P. P, WA
W. 4 P. Kx.. lil.
W. U. Tcl.,7l '.
Colorado Ui,al. ii.'i.
Iron Silver, 200.
Quickailvor pfd, 22.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-.-TIIUItSDAYa MAKCII I, issc
uig quotations were as follows, as com
pared with yesterday:
.... t Olpi 9 02
.. .0!i j) 9.10
.... 91!K.4 9 20
..- 9.2!) 9 30
.... 9 9.38
9 (Hf 9 19
The New Orleans spot market oened
qnit and firm du closd firm and
J-itK- nigtier. bales, 8JO0 bales.
vruiDary. rj io-jb
Good ordinary... 7 9 (i
Low middling.... 7 l.-16
Middling g 7.1s
Good middling... 9
The New Orleans future
opened (irm, and closed steady and 24
to 33 points hiiiher. the forimr on rh-
icried mon'lis. bales. 73.701) hnl.-
ine closing quotations were as fol
lows, as compared with yes erday
Yesterday. Day before
8 54 bid.
8 63 8.65
8 78f3 8.77
8 90 8.91
9 01 9 02
9 06( 7 07
8 82 8 S3
8 74 8.75
8 72 8 73
8 91 8 92
9 02 9 03
9 19 9 20
9.20 9 27
9 .10 9 .11
8 98 SOS
8 9.' 8 93
8.9 j 8 94
8 22 8 24
0 3204 8.3.1
8 57 8 f8
8 68 8 (ill
8 73 8 74
8 55 8 50
8 51 8.52
8 4(.'at 8.47
8 4S 8.49
liec. I Prices I Stis k.
I Tone. I liec. Prices
Keceipts at ports, this dav, INHli. 9,254
Keceijits at ports, this day. 1885. 6,950
70 S t
irts r. s
ports, Od si
Kx (it. II
H'ts Sept.l 4,552,08(1 4,389,135
for gn hX. 2.963.183 1.1 14.1XVJ
n. x bt. .10 pld,
Hounton 4 f., 29
Illinois Cen , U''i.
Ind. B. 4 W.. 27W.
Kaoaas4 T .&).
LakaK. 4 W., 12.
Lake bhore, e8.
I.ou. 4 Nuh , 42.
Lou. 4 N. A., 30.
M. 4 C. lul ntd
M. 4 C. 2d fd, -Mem
A Char., S
Mich. Central, 72.
Min. 4 St. I... 19.
M. 4 St. L. pfd, 48.
Missouri Fao., 110.
Mobile 4 O
STOCKS AND BONDS
rtorrmpeadtnoe toilet ted. Ialor.
nntloB) cbeerfally rnralNliMt.-k
70 bid, 75 asked
100 bid, ... asked
80 bid, 85 atked
...101 bid, 105 asked
....OS bid, 100 atked
..102 bid, 104 asked
....20 bid, 21 asked
Money in good demand at 8 percent.
Wednesday, M.wh 3d, 246,() 50;
imisiar tnis week, ?9ti4,586 .'56; same
time last week. 1787.822 25: eorre-
Ionding time in 1885, fl ,073,420 17:
correspond: ng time in 1884, J800,-
Wednesday, March 3d, f 46,90(1 13;
thus far this week, $230,820 92; same
time last we;l:, 1162,738 (13; corre
sponding Urne in 1885, J:t04,534 24;
corresponomgi.mein 1884, 51 14,972 0:
New York sight on all points, dis
count buying, J premium selling; New
f.ngland (leiuuno, J discount Imving;
New England sight, i discount; "New
Orleans,! discount buying, jrnr selling.
fiauk of Commerce ..148 bid, 150 asked
Eirst National 38 bid, 142 asked
Oeruiaa Bank J92J bid, 20:) aeked
Statu Natioonl 137 bid, 140 asked
Union and riamere.MS bid, 150 asked
Mercantile 130 bid, 135 asked
Tenn.ceiVff I' E..83 bid, 87
Tenn. wta, J?t. 0 97 bid, 99:
Shelby Co. bc'o -lOlJ bid, 106.
8helbv Co. wta 98 bid. 99.
'Tax. Dist. 4,U....."-91J bid, 92 aiked
Tax. Dist 6. 004. bid, 101 asked
Mem.Stor.Oom. Co - bid, l'O asked
Mem. Gas stock 77 asked
Mem. Gaa bond lo bid, ... atked
Mem. Water boad.....96 fdd, ... asked
Maaauer Oil Workt biu; 0 asked
City Oil Works bid, 45'aVked
i-ioneer tjoiton Mills, .11 bid .t.. .?
Am. Cot Oiltrsstf 24 bid
Mem.City Ky.bondr, 102 b d, 103 asked
Nkw York, March 3. Monev on
all easy at loj j(Pr cent. Prime
mercantile puju-r 4'5. Sterling ex
change dull l i.t stead v at 487i for
60 days, and 4W.' for demand.
Ponds Government bonds were
dull and steui.'y. State lionds weit
dull and heuvj. 'fhere was increased
activity in riu.road bonds, the total
sales amounting to $:t,55ti,000. Prices
in most cases k.'iow further advances.
Mocks Tiie coal stocks monopo
lized a large part of the business in
shares, but ttiey were so very active
that the total transactions amounted
to 518,500 shares. Heading and Lack
awanna contrii ited nearly 248,(HX)
shares, the othr two coal stocks 42,80(1,
and Lake Shore, St. Paul and Western
Vnifm 10.8,000 shares, while the rest
were very dull and altogether feature
less. The announcement yesterday
afternoon that a settlement "had been
reached between Mr. Gowen and the
Heading reorganization syndiiate led
to an active covering of shorts, espe
cially in the cou! stocks, which was con
tinued this morning, resulting in first
prices showing gains of J to J, from
which there Vi ere further slight ad
vances. Toward 2 o'clock the market
was decided. y quiet, but renewed
activity and si-rue strength in the last
hour carried quotations somewhat
above the lowest of the day, and the
mark rt closed strong. Probablv with
Morrn 4 K.,offd, 136X
i-ondo.v, March 3. Conso s. 101 1-
16 for money and 101 3-16 for the ac
count. United .States lion, U l'i'. .
4s, 1 15. The amount of bullion with
drawn trom the Bank of England on
uitiunce to-uay is J.,ouo.
i-AHis, march 3. Three ner cent.
rentes, h.'t. 40c. for the account.
Nkw York. March 3. Ex-1
l.ui rt7. i ...in. i i. .. '
.;,,, :i,,,hi ; oaiances, o,ii;i, i o.s.
Ualtimohe. Mo.. March 3. HnnL-
clearances, Jl,83,288; balances, J202,
048. ' '
Philadelphia. Pa.. March ;t liunt
clearings, 1 1,500,907 balances, fl,
Chicago, Ii.i... March 3. The
associated bank clearings to-dav were
New Orleaxs. March 3 Gl fnr intra
of the banks, $l,270,it2. Exchange
on New York, sight, 1 50 premium.
1ST. Loi'IS. Mo.. March 3nnnL-
clearings, 2,:00,133; balances, $:!71,-
18. lxchange on New York easy at
Boston. Mass.. March 3. E.
changes, 13,979,200; balances, $2,032,-
n4. Money 11 tier cent. Exchiimre
on New York, jiarto 5c premium.
The local cotton market onencil
steady, and J higher, and closed firm;
middling, 8jc. Sales, a00 bales, in
eluding 401 mesday evening.of which
j Li.o to exporters and 141.0 to spin;
Yesterday. Day lofore.
Stains and tinges 7j8j
Mdtrais, March 3, 1886.
Stock Sept 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 891
Received previously ...492.039 4 9 4,372
Shipped to day 82i?
Shipped previously .....354,283 355,109
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. apd C. R. R
M. an J T. R. R
L. and N. R. R
M. audifcuR R R
C, O. and" tS. W. R. R
L , N. O. anef.T. R.R
Wagona and other aoorcee..
Thus far this week t.
Thus far last wick
Since September 1st
M. and O. R. R
M. andT. R. K
I- and N. R. R
C, O. and S. W. R. R
increase in receipts this year... 102,951
Liverpool snots at noon wereonoteil
iriioii iiusiness ut nardcnim; rates.
Sales, 10,000 bales, of which 8!HK) were
American. Keceipts, 3100 bales, of
which all were American
At noon: Ordinary, 4d; good ordi
nary, lid low nil( d inc. 4 9-1(m I:
good middling, 5d: middling unbinds.
4 ,'1 ; middling Orleans, 4 13-1 Oil.
1 lie print are aurn in nenre niul f,AH,
mm: t oj meaivt 4 b3 o)d., anil 5 01
mean o 1-U4 J
At noon: l.ivernool futures worn
linn at advance: March. : March
April, 4 44M4 4li( : Aim -May. 4 48
4i:o; aiay-june, 4 4!(ni4 51d; Juiie-
Jiuy, 4 0L'(JJ4 o.id; Jul v-AUL'llst. 4 54f
4 5id ; August -September. 4 594 tUkl :
Septeniber-October, ; October-No-
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
(Irm ; March,4 47l bu vers :Mnrch-A nril.
iim Olivers Apru-aiav, 4 odd value
MayJune, 4 53d sellers; June-July,
i.j.iu Olivers;, i uiy-August,4o8d sellers
August-.Septcnilier, 4 Old sel ers: Sen-
A 1 ..... I . ..... 1 '
iciiiucr-vicioner, tiiu value,
.iveniooi luiures at o p.ni. were
strong and 5-14d higher than the dav
before; March, 4 50 sellers; Marcli
April, 4 50 sellers; Anril-Mav. 4 53
sellers; May-June, 4 50 sellers; June-
Jiuy, 4 08 sellers; July-August, 4 00
buyers; August-September, 4 03 value;
ocpicuiuer-ucrouer, 4 value.
The following is the record of tlm
bids and offen at the Call Board of
the Merchants Exchange yesterday
No.2, white, spot. 41c bid :. March.
41c bid, 42c asked; April, 44c asked;
nay, i tc Din, c asiced. jo. 2, spot,
38.1c ii. 1 hiil. 40i. iial,.,1 M,...I.
iiki, .i'.ic asked; Apnl, 39.c hid 401c
asked ; Ma v. 4 1 1c bid. 42,.c'askc(l. '
No. 2, white, March.' 34 !c bid. 35c
asked. No. 2, spot, 34 k: o. t. bid. 34.',i!
Keg. asked; March, 35.c bid; Apri'l,
.i.!Jc bid, .5.K' asked ; May, 3(.Jc asked.
Sixit, $14 25 bid, $15 asked: March.
iri-t.juu. i. oio,n)o. i. asKcit; April,
$15 asked; May, 15 25 asked.
March, 130 brls sold at $2 02.', : Ar.ril.
J2 10 bid, 2 0 asked ; .May, f 2 15 bid,
Conx White, 47c; mixed, 4(k', from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
1 1. y Choice, from store, 85c ; prime,
75W80C; prairie, 50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, J1414 50;
prime, $13(13 50; prairie, $8(8 50.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38.1c, from
store. Round lots from levee on track
white, sacked, 3tiJe; mixed, sacked,
Bkav From store, 85c per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $1515 25 per
Bkaxs Navy, $2 25; medium, $2.
Rice Louisiana, 4(?5c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $3 50 from
Corxmeai, Stanilard, $2 20fS2 25;
pearl, $:!(S;3 25 from store; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Floi'r From store, double extra, ;
triple extra, ; family, $4 4 25;
choice, J4 25f?4 40; fancy, $4Vfi5;
extra fancy, $5 25f.i:5 75; patents, $ti(f)
0 25;ronnd lots from leveenrtrack. 10c
cheajH'r; car lots choicti, $4 25f:4 40;
lamily, uu( :i u tancv, a-J KK"'4 75:
extra fancy, $4 8(Kn;5 05 ; patents, $5 45
Homixy A xi) (inns From store,
$2 75( 3.
('RACKKn Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 from store.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4lc; soda,
terdav: No. 2 red. cash. Alio. f..v
91 jc ; May, 94195Jc, closir at 94 Jc ;
June, 961(S95jff, closing at 95c Corn
quiei Dili tteauy, closing a oat un
changed from yesterday; No mixed.
...I. oel.. ir l. - ... .
.am, a v.i.oic; juaren, ae t)a: May,
.4(1m!;j, clneintr at -Jc. Oa'i dull
out nrm ana mio Higher; No.
mixed, caah, 29ie bid; March, 29c
ma; aiay, dlj(ol4o,. Kya atromr.
61 Jc bid. Barley dull and unchanged
llay quit and ftwidy: timothy, ll(ii)
"i wmirwj, joiajB, r iaxe 1 easy,
$1 OSfil 10. Bran quiet and ea-'y,
ojc. lornmeal firm, (i 05. Re
ceipts r lour, 2000 brla; whaf, 7000
do; corn, i.x.ooo bn; oat, 10,000 bu;
rye, 100 bu; barley, 600 bu. Ship-
nienta tiour, 60J0 brla; what, 5000
du; corn, 155,000 on; cats, 7000 bu;
rye, 2000 bu ; bailey, none.
AUrtuxm Board. Whett JfoJo
lower. Corn a ahtda easier. Oata lo
Chicago. III., March 3. The bull
traders had control of the when mar
ket until noon to-day, and under the
impulse given by renortaof largecleai
ances from New York and renewed
buying for export, May delivery ad
vanced ts a5Jc, but fell back to 84 jo
on reporta of a large Boston failure
and shipments of gold, but closed
moderately firm it 1 o'clock at
81 1516c. In the afternoon the feel
ing was strain weaker, the market
closing at 843c, the inside figure of the
day and Jo under yester.lav. Corn
and oats developed very little'stremrth
and closed with only alight changes
in iriur. nonr quiet ana unccauged.
Wheat firm lailv. but Ml hack anil
clceed at yesterrlav'a nmires. Sul
ranged: March. 79 1 80S-, clonrrf at.
oujc; way,. S41W8 40. closed at
84 15-16;; Jane, 8tiJ(587,c, c'oaed at
86 9-16c; No. 2 spring, 80 Jc; No. 3
spring, 70(ak72!. Corn ouiet ami Hrm
early, advancing Jc, l.ut receded again :
cash, 37(37 Jc; March, 30Jf.e;7sc,
closing at 37c: May, 4 40 5 10c, closed
at 40 116c. Oatitirm: cash. 9.'i;
March, 29c ; May, 32J;n 32J", closeifat
32,1. Rye stead v: No. 2. 59. Hat.
ley nominal: No. 2. 60n. Klaxaami
lower; No. 2, $ 1 07J. Rf ceipts-Flour,
14,000 brla; wheat. 27.000 bu: nom
516,000 bu; oats, 101,000 bu: rye, 3000
bu; barley. 64 000 bn. Shi
nour, uwoDris; wheat, 8000 bu; corn,
202,000 buj oaU, 73,000 bu; rve, 1000
bu; bailey, 18,000 bu.
Ajltrnoon JSoaril. Wheat easier. 1(3,
,a tower, uorn ana oau unchanged.
lh'TTER Creamery. 38r,r4(V! il.iin-
17f25c; butterine. 14rirl(lc: conntrv
l-i'''.!, according to couditiilii.
(1ll..1.4K IViliiu Huta 7..W... V.t...
1 01k factory, 8c: full cream. l!,(,i-r-
Y. A., Il.l((i.l2e. . '
Mhss J'okk Old. SI0 5lVTi.in T.-i iur
barrel ; new, $11 50f:ll 75 Per barrel :
sugar-eutvd hams, packed, 9J(.iijc;
breakfast bacon, 8(i;9c ; clear rib bacon,
Bulk Fork C lear sides. Sia lic
clear rib sides,5jW5Jc; long clear, 5(-i'l
5Jc; shoulders, 3i(;4Jc.
Laud Tierces. 6l(a.62c: half-bur.
rcls, (ii(?,0c; kegs, (ijc; buckets, 6:
Ojc: half-buckets. 'ra,7e: 50-lb tiim.
OilgOjc; 20-lb tins, ti.(365c; 10-lb tins,
Mb tins, Oj-aiTc; 3-lb tins,
lit i iv; choice kettle, tierces, tljfii)7c.
Fuksii Mrats lieef (iooil k'nimim
City steers, heavv. 8c: lieht. 7fA7.lc:
cows and heifers, Ojc; mutton, 7c;
Iambs, 8jc; pork, (ic.
I'ms-FKKT Brls. S8(,S 50: half-bils
Naw Orlfanh, La.. March 3. IW
products dull. Lard. 5Ii. Bulkmeats
shoulders, 3; long clear and clear
r;b, 5Jn. Bacon shouldeis, 4Jc; long
clear, Ojc; clear ribs, C Jo. Hams, 9J".
tT. Lonis. Mo.. March 3 Provisions
very dull and easy. Pork weak at
SlO.65l0 7Oc. Lard steadier at $75,
fitjasoc. Bulk mia'g loose lot?.
long clear. 6.30c :!short ribs. 5.45e:
Short clear. 5 60a: boxed Iota, nniet
ana uncnaogea. uaron steady long
clear, 52c: shoit ribs. 5 SQtift 90c :
ehorttl-ar, C 006.05; hama 8lli
omusr uncnangea. i,g easy, at J3r.
Chicago, III., March 3 Mess cork
was again active, ruling firm at the
ooening, (with Mav advancing to
110 57J, dropping off to $10 30, and
closing s abade bct er. Ia the after
conn May sold at f 10 27, and clo ad
at $10 30. Mesa Dork active and nr..
stt led. The market owned 10fa.12.lc
higher, declined 25(274c. clesinir
tame; cash. $10 lofoklO 20: March.
$l01510 27J,closedatfl01510 171:
May, $10 3010 57J, closed at $10 32 J
fS10 35; June, $10 35!0 60, closed at
$10 37J10 40. Lard steady ; cash and
March, 5Jc; Mhv, 5.97J6 Boxed
meat) steady; dry salted shoulders.
S.8 "(&3.90c ; short ribsidns.S ;)0f3vr).S5c :
short clear sides. 5 60f?,5 6 Sc. Bnttr
steady : creamery, 25.'5Uc. Eggs weak ;
Afternoon Board Pork. 2,r lower :
fled, 55;c. Molasses eteaily ; open
kettle higher grades, nominal ; prime,
20(.iS22c; iiood iir, 17(MSc; (ir, o(
I6.1 ; centrifugal prime to strictly
prime, 16 17c; fair to gootl fair Um
25; common to good, 13c.
A Pi-t-Ks Apples, $2 25(.ii2 .50 from
store; $2(a2 25 jht car-load from levee
or tleH)t, Dried apples, 3(rf4c per
pound from store, lhied loaches, 3)
4c from stoix.
Potatoim-- I'otatiM's, $2 25(5 2 50 from
shire, tX-yi 2" l'r t-ar-load fnmi levit;
VKt.KTARi.Ks Onions, 12 753 25
from store ; 2 (UXo-2 8.5 fnm ItV'la fir
depot. Cabbage, fifaXi tier crate.
Kraut, lmnvls. iti(J6,50: li!ilf.l,,,pr..lu
$2 753. iiarlic, 40('f tkV m-r 100.
rat iT OranLes. I
Florida, none: Me SKI 1111. $ Iffi-i Tu fur
Ikix. lemons, $44 50 iht box
Bananas, 50e 1(H) jier bunch. Cocoa
nuts, $4 per 100. P Clin Ills Yi rvi n in
67c ; Tennessee, fanner's stiK'k, 2JWd
Ic; recleaned. 3!6fvHc: nrnstml. "ic
higher; shelled, 10c. Almonds, 18(a)
liestnnts gn-en, liMQI.V ; dry,
Rmsixs Iindon layers, J3 50; lay
ers, $2 75; California, ; Imiiorial,
3 5tK)4. '
PlcKl.KS In tars. Dints. !): nimrln
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 50; gallons,
$3 75; loose, barrels. il: linlf-luirii.U
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixtHl,
Pkcaxs-Tcxiis. SfTt UVr for smnll to
medium, 1 0(a) 14c for large; Arkansas
Ai.xi'Ts-rrench. 12c: Naples. 1.5c:
Cirenobles, 1.5c. Filberts. 12c.
Cidkk Missouri. 7fi7 50 per bnrri-1
aiidt l(.i 4 50 per hall-barrel. Vinegar,
1 l(i l(ic per gallon.
Pon.Titv Turkeys, per dozen, f 8
1.'; geese, j.-i 4; ilucks, S3; chickens,
good demand, $2(a3; di-essed turkeys,
scarce, i JtaiHc per pound.
Hsu Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
4 ;illia!4 V.);.o. 1', :i m ;t 75; No. 3,
!2 75(,i3; 10-lh kit, No. 1, 80c; No. 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 00c. 1 ry herrings,
family, 25c per box.
Oamk Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, 0(oi8c; bear, ti(.i!8c; wild turkevs,
50(ii 75c; ducks, H 502 50; sipiirn-ls,
7.5c; (piails, 75c(? H ; prairie chickens,
$5; game lish, tKiiVSc.
Arkaniaj Clty.K'ATa Adams, S p.m.
NewOrleao Ociuisii Sr, 4 i.m.
Tiptonvilla Uatoso, S p,m.
Vickshun City or Viccmhi ro, 6 p.m.
..Coihoma, .1 p.m.
..Citioi PKoriiir..c, lo.m
...Daax Adams, S p.m
..BrciiTu Stati, J p. m.
Whito Rirar DkSmit, !. p.m,
Arkaniaj RIver.E. W. Coi.t, 5 p.m.
f riari Point.
H4UUIN0 AMU nr..
B.viKiiNii Jute, 9(7iMlc; llax, 10(5)
lOJc, according to weight. Ties, 20
Nails 12 452 70.
COTrON-NRKD OIL, TC,
Ski:d lVlivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river if. o. b.
boat(, $6; wagon at mills, $S, Mkai.
Prime f. o. b., 15 per ton. lss than
car-load lots, $15 5(1. From store, !H)c
Ixt sack. Cakk Nominal; $10 per
ton. On. In car-load lots, prime,
crude C.N. oil, 22ot23c; prime sum
mer yellow, 20J(i)27c; oil-summer yel
low, 2520c; miners', 27(S30c; choice
cooking summer yellow. 28(!i,:!0e.
New Oribans, La.. March 3. Cot-ton-ieed
products dull and drooping;
prime crude oil, !2(n.23c; summer ye',
low, 2728c; cake and meal, 19
20 J c.
Coai. Oil Primo white, wholesale
lots, I lc H-r gallon.
Ci.Kvn.ANP, ()., March 3. Pflro-
leum quiet; s. w., 110, 8jc.
active and irregular; National Transit
certillcaU's oiHMied at 79 1 n, and closed
at 78'c: highest price, 8(lc; lowest.
WHINKT. WI.rX, LMtVURS, KTU.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 606; rye, $1 75Oj domes
tic, 90c$l 60.
St. Ixk'is, March :!, Whisky slcidy,
Cmi Aoo, Man h 3. Whisky sleiwly,
CiNtiNNUi, March 3. Whisky
steady ut $1 10. Sales of 830 barrels
(unshed goods on this basis.
HORUN IND VI,F.I.
Horsks (iood driving, $150 225;
gissl saddle, $1403; 300; plugs, $:t5(4S0 ;
gtmii man's, fs.xr;i4(i.
Mclkh 14 to 15, $110(!.135; 15 to
lo.l, 12):o)l40; loj to 111, f 140(11)175.
Oood demand ; supply fair.
NiAC 3i(n'5ic per pound.
Cokfkk Common, 7.'.(37Jc: ordi
nary, 99c; prime Rio, 10(1 Ic;
choice to fancy, 1lr.l2!c; oldgovern
nicnt, 23925c; Ceylon, 20c.
KutiAit Kastcrii yellow, ti('.7Je;
pure w.e. white, (i(;; oil' white, (IJ
ladjjc; yellow clarilit d, (ij(;jc ; open
kettle, .VnVijc; rellned" A, 7r571c;
Tiiniilateil, rn7c; isiwdcreil, 73c; cut
New York spots opened fi
closed rtsady and Jc higher,
378 bales. Quotations were
Yesterday. Day Before.
Ordinary C 61
Good ordinary... 7J 7J
Low middling.... 8 9 1(1 8 7-16
Middling 9 8;
Goid middling... 9J 9
Middling fair 10 9;
Fair 105 10 J
New York futures opened firm and
closed tt-a-iy, and 16 to 18 points
higher. Sales, 192,000 bales. The clos-
treble extra, 5c; lemon cream crack
ers, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7 jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c;),'inger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
New Orleans, March 3. Flour
steady and firm. Corn dull, weak and
lower, 40c. Oats steady at 38:. Hay
dull, and lower; prime. $15.5018.
Rice steady and firm at 35jc.
Kansas City, Mo., March 3. Wheat
ttronger; cash, 7:is bid, 74c asked;
April, 75c bid. 752c asked: Mav. 78c
bid, 78Jc aeked. Corn stronger; cash,
26c bid, 27 Jc aeked; April, 28i'ffi)j!tjc;
May, Z0yc0Jc. Oati nominal, cash, I
27c bid. j
St. Lotus, Mo., March 3. Flour I
steady; , ilb; family, $3 25
3 35; fancy, J4 3o4 90. Wheat
ouiet but higher. The market opened
him and rortioued iteady until the
close, finishing ,(a 5c higher than yea-
salt 20djl 30 per barrel ; sacks,
fine, $1 50: -coarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 2J7c ; car-loads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Moi.assks Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c; prime to choice, 35g42c;
syrup, 2040c ; comnuin to fair, 2:!()
28i-; prime to choice, :K) a 3:(c.
loBACio Uoninion, 11-inch, 27(-7)
30c; other grades and styles, 25ft 85c.
SnufT Garrett's, $10 8.5 Tier case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; U. K., $ :a).
(-ANiiiKs Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7i(S)8c.
Candlks-FuII weight, 103(ijllc.
Caxxkd Gisips, Krc. Prices per
doxen: Pineapples,! 1 35(, 65;)eaches,
2-lb, stanihinl, $1 ;j,')f5l 50; seconds,
$1 l.yl 25; tomatoes, 2-lb standard,
SI 10; 3-lb, $1 35; strawberries, $1 40,'a
1 00; raspberries, $l 15&1 25; black
berries, ll 15; greengages, 1 (iOro)
1 75; pears, !f22 25;. plums, ,1 (lof.i)
1 70; asparagus, 2 (K)4; green com,
$11 35; green peas, $(a2 25; cove
oysters, full weight, l-lli, $W, 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 IMa)
1 95c; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
(15c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1 ; condensed milk-Crown, $5 !;
Kngle, $7 75 ; Swiss, $6.
Baltimore Md., March 3. Coffee
higher; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair.
i 8(oj85c. '
New York, March 3. Coffee op
tions active and ateadv: sales, 56.210
ta;s: Marcb, April, 6V6 IKlc, May
and Jnne, 0 90(S it; ..-,; July, Augns't
and October, 7.05c ; November, 7.05
7.10:. Stuarqaiet and wfak; refined
urm; b anrara A, 5 1 l.")r?; confec
tioner's A, 6Jc; powdered, 6 jc; granu
lated, (i.e. Molastes heavy and lower;
sales at 20j for 90 test. Rice steady
c na in moderate demanJ.
Catti.k-Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 10.50 poiimls, 44 jc; good, 3!(a
4c; choice grass-fed, rs.tfW:i3a-; good, 3
W3Jc: fair to medium, 'JlfHyilv: com
IliKiH (Jhoice, 34'4c; good, 3j
3 jc ; coin Dion, "i(itj.'! jc.
Siikkc Choice, 4'3!4!c; itieiliuiii, 3
ft:ijc; common, $ll 60.
Cincinnati, 0., March 3. Hogs
firm; cormon and light,. J3 5(K)
4 25; packing and butchers, $4(iu4 45.
Receipts, 1928 head; shipment 581
Ciiii'Aoo, III , March 3. The ' Dro
wn' Journal reports: Cattle receipts,
5000 head ; shipments, 3000 head ;
market steady and ttroog; ehlpping
steers, $3 90f")5 69; twelve extra 1660
pound heaves sold at $5 60; tickers,
$34 40; elop-fed bulls. 33 60;
through Ttxas cattle, $44 40. Hogs
rectijiti, 13,000 bead; shipmentr,
8000 head; market strong; values
firmer; rough and mixed, $3 6?(Tr4 25;
packing and shipping, $4 20(a)4 60;
light, $3 704 20: skips, $33 70.
Sheep receipts, 6000 Lead; ship
ments, 2000 head; market steady; 15
(25c lower; natives, $2 753 75; Tex
ans, Si 4004 60 ; lambs, $45 50.
Kansas City, Mo., March 3 The
Livestock Indicator reports: Cattle
Keceipts, 9)00 bead; shipments, 480
bead; market strong and a shade
higher for shipping and butchers:
stockers and feeders about steady;
exporters, $5 0oV 30; good to choice
ahippinir, $ 60(5; common to me
dium, $4(n)4 0; s'ockers and feederr,
$3 30(ar4 30 ; cows, $2 503 30. II og
Keceipt1, 6270 head; shipment, 2233
bead; market steady and strong;
choice heavy 5c higher; good to
choice, $3 954 10; common to me
dium, $3 70390; skips and pigs, $1 50
()3 55. Sheep Receipts, 177 head;
anipments, 1100 bead; market steady;
good te choice, $3 50(ai 4 50; common
to medium, $2 23 25. .
MOVEMENTS AT THE LEVEE.
Ammlt. City of St. Louis, New
Orleans; Coahoma, Friara Point; Dean
Dejiarturet. City of St. Louis, St.
i-ouib; uranus oiaie, Cincinnati
Jlean Adams. Oamnla- I'mUm.
Friars Point ; Chickasaw, White river;
Chas, P. Chouteau, New Orleans.
Boat Due Down. Gavoan. (-iiii.tint.
Cl-. ":.. - t A -: . i i i , ")
ii., vhj u icKBuurg ana uucaeye
Boat Due (. Kate Adams, Ar-
aauBHs iity anu inos. Mierlock.
City of HU Louis 10 tons merchan
Coahama 73 bales cotton, 18 bags
oeeu couon, .n eta seeu ana 18 pkgs
I'ean Aaanis 53 bales cotton, 35
bags seed-cotton, 172 sks soed, 63 sks
corn anu ou pkgs sundries.
lHil.ee Line jackets tinorrow
evening are ttie Uoatiouu for Friar's
Point and the Dean Adams forOs-
Tut City of Vicksburg, Capt. Henry
rvcuu, ib ute nncnor Liine packet this
evening at 6 o'clock for Vicksbnrir
and the bends. George Walton is her
Tn Gayoso. Caot. W. P. Hall, la
the packet this evening at 6 o'clock for
naie a roint, xiptonville and all way
landings. Jesse P. Walt is In her
Tus K. W. Cole, CapU Ed. Nowland,
is the packet Saturday evening at 5
o'clock for all point! on Arkansas
river, going through to Tine Blutl. J.
N. Thompson and itufe Foster are her
The great excnrsin steamer Guid
ing Star, Capt. J. Di Ilegler, Is the
O. Line packet this evening at 4 o'clock
for Vicksburir, Natchtz, New Orleans
and all intermediate landings. Frank
Stein presides in her ollice.
The DeHmet, Capt. Milt. R. Harry,
ie the packet Saturday evening at 6
o'clock for all points on White river,
going to Newport and making connec
tions with packets for upper White
and Black rivers. Albert McGhee and
Hugh Smith are her clerks.
Thh Kate Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail
f acket this evening at 5 o'clock for
lolena, Arkanra City and all way
landings. W. C. Blanker has charge
of her ollice, assisted by Lew Price,
Morris Gans and J. C. WycolT.
Tub Buckeye State. OaDt. II. J. Vln.
ton, is due to-day, and leaves again to
morrow evening at 6 o'clock for Cairo,
a.ouisville, Cincinnati and all way
landings on the Ohio river. George
W. Hendrickson is in charge of her
ollice, assisted by Charles Vinton.
The Buckeye State will give cheap
rates to all points north and east.
ititionary. with 23 feetS innhea 03 the
fuse. Weather clear; thermometer
Louisvillb, March 3. Noon River
rising, with 9 feet in the canal and 6 feet
10 inches on the falls. Busineee gocd.
Weather fair and cold.
Cairo, March 3. Noon River .12
feet 3 inches on the gauge and failing.
Weather cloudy and cool. Arrived:
Buckeye S at, Cincinnat', 10 p.m.;
J. A. Wood and tow, Ohio river, 2
a.m.; Guiding Sur, Cincinnati, 10 a m.
Departed: Buckeye State, Memphis,
midnight: J. A. Wood and tow, New
Orleans, 7 a.m.
Office Siunal Servick, U. S. A., I
Memphis, March 3, 1 p.m. f
The following observations ar
taken at all stations named at 75 me
ridian time, which is one hour faster
than Memphis time: 1
Ab ve Low
Rise I Fall
Moveuanaiia of Or rum Nlrawora.
New Yore. March 3 Arr! VAll .
Ruela. Hamburs: Bohemia ami iUU
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
MAR0I GRAS EXCURSION.
Tot alaatnt il.lawhaal paiianiar ataamer
4. u. tisaier mnttar.
' WILL LKAVK AS ABOVB
Tlll'ltSDAY, march 4th, at 4 p.m.
tor further Information niily
w , u - B- HU8Sm.li, A.nl,
T lephona 227. li Mailuun at.
.Ikhhk H Kmiicl.iK, Panimny.r nnt.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. IA0UIH.
HI. I.oula and New Orloana Anchor
l.lne-i. N. MMil-Kor Cairo and 6t. Louii
City of Providence, ksz
, Geo. 0arrall....maatar, -aM$Sij
Will Ifavo from the Klavator yRlUAy,
Mufnh nlk at lllu an L at-.. I., Lt
rut 11 ;.ktut ur Piai(l
AU 8'1'OKM, bup't.
Alarrti nth. at a.m
apt l tn
1.. 11 i.
FOR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
Xew Tairk Dry Uooda Market.
New York, March 3 The jobbers
are doing a good bueineee in all de
partment. Commission boueea have
been doing aa well aa poeaible through
orders, but a large production is much
interrupted through the reef nt floods
and strikes. Cotton has advanced 44
point" on futures and 3-U.3 on spot
since Saturday. Wool goods are deing
well throngh deliveries on spring or
ders and tee placing of new engage
ments for next fall.
Business fair. '
Wkatheh cloudy and cold.
The new dredglng-boat John Gaston
can steam up yettsrday.
Thb W. W. O'Neal, with a tow of
coai, passed south yesterday.
The Lee Line packets were in and
out yoeterday with fair trips. .
The river stands 27 2-10 feet on the
cauge, a tall of 0-10 the last twenty.
The Harry Brown, with a tow of
coal, passed down yesterday. She lost
a Doat at xiptonville.
Receipts by river yesterday, 126
Dales oi cotton, 03 bags of seed-cotton
asa 441 sacks 01 seed.
The R. 8. Hayes and barges pawed
down yesterday morning for New Or
leans, ttiie added a loaded barge
The Guidins Star, outfit the Ohio
river with a but Mardi Gnu exenrsion
on board, ia due down this evening,
Dounu lor new ur leans.
The Granite Sttte departed last
evening for Cincinnati with 1112 bales
cotton, .'0 bales rase, 3.H) barrels cotton
seed oil. 60 tons old railroad iron, 104
oags peanuts and a lair list of people,
The Chas. P. Chouteau departed last
evening for Nw Orleans with 300 tons
of oil cake, 1900 sacks oil meal and en
gagements at Helena I r 700 bales cot
ton and L'OO tons oil cake, and will get
i.uu Dates cotton at terrene and ml
out at points below.
Cait. IIkathkkinoton's towboat
Dauntless left here Wednesday. Feb
ruary 24 ib, and with a heavy tow of
7 barges made the run to Cairo in 5
days, despite the heavy current. Pilot
Mart Hampton, who t ok her up to
Cairo, returned yesterday, and reports
the bank at Hickman caving rapidly.
At Gayoso there ts also heavy caving,
the warehouse having recently gone
into the river. 1 The following will in
terest pilots: Old Hen chute naviga
ble, with 9 feet of water all the way
through ; Chute No. 40 has three bad
snags In the head; Chute No. 35 good
boating stage; St. Catharine very bad,
wun strong current; rium rotntgeod.
Cincinnatf.,'nyuufr: "The carrying of
east-bound cottjn from Memphis and
other Southern points forms no small
proportion of the business of our
south-bound steamboat lines. It seems
that some of the railroads from here
East have not been 'playing fair' with
the itsamboats, and the Memphis and
Cincinnati Packet Company yesterday
brc light suit in the Uo ited tstates Couit
against the Cleveland, Columbus, Cin
cinnati and Indianapolis Railroad
Oorapaay, to perpetually restrain them
from collecting charges in excess of
what other common-carrier companies
are cnargeu. it is claimed that while
the above read only charges the Louis
ville and Nashville and Ohio and Mis
sissippi railrcads 23 M0 cents per 100
pounds to New York, and 26 8-10 cents
per iuo pounds to Boston, they charge
the Memphis and Cincinnati Packet
Coinpauy 25 cents to New York aad
30 cents to Boiton and other points.
The result of the salt will be watched
with a great deal of interest, as it has
been a long while since a steamboat
company had the nerve to tackle a
railroad company in a court cf justice."
Meiupli'g and Cincinnati Packet Co
I'OB liMlTiaVIIiIiK 4c CINCINNATI.
ilk. v noon. ...mauler,
Will leave KH10AY, March nth, al 6 p.m.
Ki.r Ireitht w miikii aeplr to 1'. 1). HUS
Shl.l,, Annt. No. 'i MHiliaon at. Teloohona
No. -ih. JOIIN OAKK, Paxanaer A.nt.
Steamer JAM KS W. UAVK follow., I.ar
Inir 'I nmilny, March tth.
Sit. Lanla anil Nw Orlrana Anchor
liliitwll. fj Mall-IfOH VIOKSBU Kil.
City of Vicksburg, .-ps,
Henry Keith matter, awWr, :
Will leave from
Maron Ith, at t p
Kl. valor TU0KS1MV,
JTor Irofabt or pai aire
AD HTnHM. Aun'l
1.. II i.i. . Pim. Aa't.
Kor O.oeola, Ilala. Point. Cemtherevllle,
Oaroen r.t Tlntonvllle The new ateamar
;P. Halt muter J. D. fl'2!ral
will leave a above, and all
vint nunuAi .id t
p b, tnr frlrht nr paaae applrnnhnaH
UUlUUAt at 8
LEA LINE STEAMERS.
eaapbla.re'lartj Palais aaaataaaataM
aad OMiaatla Vaoaieit
for llelena, (ikendale, Friar. Point aa4 all
I. T. OlanM aulal Pl.lt uTTTu
will leave a. aUve on every MuNUAY.
WKDMJtUDAYand FRIDAY, at Se'eie ?k.
For Raadolph, Fatioa. Oaoeola and War
DEAN A DAMN.
J. B. Cooper, roaitov.,. J. W. Hmltheri, clerk
Leavi. . tivery MtLVUAV. Wiuo,AY
and KKIDAY at 5 pSm. The bnatj of to .
line reaervo the rltx o paai all landinis
the ittairi mayileein.irtifafe, OIBce, No, i
.lAtIKH ,n.Ji .fin,',
Memphis and Vlr kHbnrg Packet Com-
For Helena, Conoordla, Terrene and Atkan-
aaunr ine eiesant paaieuirer atean er
KATE ADAMS, -yQ
I. K.Cheek...maaterl W.UtBlanaw...oierk
EVERY MONUATT and XliUIlSDAT. at 5
P.a..reeervlna' Iharlirht u nu. n i.nJi...
theoaplain mar deem unlafei For teoeral
Information apply at offloj, No.4 tiadiioa
itreet g. WALf6RTll. A..nt.
J'Wf flARR, P..'r Aaent.Tel-.hnne W.
Memphis Whit BIrer fkt.Co
, ,C.B. MAIL ULTE.
v. rNW.BMier I V. K.ll'o.uj ari
Clarcadaa, avalle niaaT, Dew Are,
LJIAVK8 MKMPUISIvery WEDNKUUair,
at 6 p.m. Threoak rate, to all polnU.
Freitht eoniisned to"Memphij and Wat'
Klver Paoket Ocmpan" ll ba forward d
promptly. b.i; I.OWI, Aunt,
w-i. x wtitimn .t. Telenhnne No. M.
The Nt. Francis River Tranaportatloa
Co.'f Vine BMe-W heel V. B. Mall Bnr
Rene Macready, rKZ
K. Jonlln nuiip.
WILL LKAVK MP.WfUlM ITU1
at t o'eloek. for Marianne, the Oat-Off. anil
intermediate landinsion St. Franeii river.
ine captain reiervef tbe rlabt to paai all
landing, he deem, untafe. JAS. LKB. Jr..
nnrlfili.i4ii nffiii, No. 4 M.dlaod .t
! Ta t I Tarhn iri inffflrinar rVitm iha fnT anrl
Niv Om.KAN", March Coflee infindiicretioBi of youth, pervoni weakneif.
rood dr-mnnd and a lade higher;
Rio, 61fe0 lc Sugar dull, orer.-kettle.
lrade eoe er, but not qootably lower;
centrilueal ftiannlated, ti 3-1 0c; choice
white, 0c; off white, 5 15-1 (ic; choice
yellow clarified, 5;c; off yellow clari-
early decay, lot! of manhood, eta., I will
lend a recipe that will care yoa, FREE OF
CHARGE. Thil treat remedy wu diicover
ed by a mii.ionary In South America. Send
lelf-addreued envelope to the Rev. J Jura
T. Ikkix, Station D, St Tork .
WRATHS It AID RIVER..
Evanbvillb. March 3. Noon River
"Wheki.iho, March 3. Noon River
7 feet 0 inches on the saue and fall
ine. Weather clear and cold.
Pittbbdbo, March 3. Noon River
4 feet 11 inches on the gauge and sta
tionary. Weather clear and cold.
CiNciSKATt, March 3. Noon River
Arkansas Kivcr Pk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS,.5v
E. B.'Smith ... matter, V'SaaajeMA
Leave. Mumpbi. Every TUESDAY, at 6 p.m
Str E W. COLE,-
Ed Nowland maat-r, vftM1He
Leave. Memphii Every SATURDAY, at Ap.n
For freisht or piiim apply to
Offire, No Mdinn ut. T.lnphnne No. M.
.Meniphla, White Clack River racket
For H.lena, DeVall Bluff, Dei Pm Arr
u.ta, Newport an.i Batesville. The net
and eiesant il.inwheol paasenaer .teaia.
Milt Harrv mauler
Will leave EVERY SATURDAY at5'olc-'
p.m. Throueh rate, to all point.. Kre'st
ooniitned to Milt liarry Line, Memphin.wit
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