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MEMPIIIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1880,
FINANCE MD (OTRCE.
MONET 8 PEE CEJtTn NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 14 PREMIUM.
Cottoa Stronr-MIddllBj, 8 S-4e-Sales
Money i lair demand at 8 per cent.
Local securities quiet but steady. The
cotton market continues to improve
in tone, and is developing symptoms
of strength that bode well for the fut
ure. The export demand is quite
lively, and even spinner seem to be
waking up from their lethargy. The
sales here yesterday were 4700 balm,
and the market closed firm and Jc
higher; middling, 8 jc. Liverpool re
ported a good business in spots and
advanced quotations all along the line,
middling, 5d; futures closed firm and
1-C41 higher than Wednesday; March,
4.59d. At New York spots opened
steady and closed firm at l-10d ad
vances, .middling, 9 3-l6c; lutures
firm and 9 U 13 points higher, March,
.179.18. The New Orleans spot
market opened firm, and closed
strong, at l-10c advance; middling,
8Jc; futures firm and 12 to 15 points
up; April, 8.878.88. Receipts at
this port yesterday, 1118 bales; stock,
120,169 bales. Total receipts at this
port this season, E09.G12 bales, against
409,091 bales this time last year, an
increase of 99,021 bales. Receipts at
all United States ports yesterday, 7103
bales, against 3353 bales same day last
year. In the general market there are
no now features, except increasing
weakness in eggs, which now bring
from 9c to lOe. Hog products firmer.
One hundred and fifty sks bran, 251
sks beans and peas, 2-pkgs butter, 42
pkgs bacon, 547 pkgs.boots and shoes,
3i70 bu corn, 10J sks coffee, 1 car
cotton-seeiL 17,709 sks cotton-seed, Oi
kgs dry goods, 112 pkgs eggs, 1245
rls flour, 693 bales hay, 4 pkim hats.
208 hd hogs, 20 hd cattle, 58 hd horses
and mules, 141 pkgs lard. 67,000 ft
lumber, 34 pkgs liquors, 3 oris meal,
125 br!s molasses, 805 kgs nails, 2400
bii oats, ilia brig potatoes, 1 car pork
sides, 45 brls sugar and 3.3 pkgs
JOHN Jj. NOIKTOSf
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
MTt'orrmpondence solicited. Infor
mation ehawrfally furnished. -t
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
Tbe Clearing House report is ai fol
Thursday, March 18;h, 1273,003 84;
thus far this week, $1,-73.011 24;
same time lost week, $1.187,1 31 VI ; cor
responding time in 18S5, $979,975 74;
enrrpspondiog time in 1884, $834,-
Thursday, March 18th, $93,920 00;
thus far this week, J.'W,H47 44; same
time last wek, $308 244 27; corre
sponding time in 1885, $170 081 82:
corresponding time in 1884, $160,-
New York sight on all point), J dis
count buying, t premium selling; New
fenuland demand, J disjoint buying ;
New England sight, I discount; New
Orleans, discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce... 148 bid, 150 asked
First National 138 bid, 142 at ked
German Bank 192 bid,200asked
State National 137 b'.d. 14 asked
Union and Plaotere..148 bid, lf0 aaked
Mercantile 15ank....l32i bid, 135 asked
Home 70 bid, 75 asked
Bluff City -100 bid, ... asked
Ftoples 80 bid, 85 a-ked
Planters 101 bid, 105 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 104 asked
Vanderbilt 20 bid, 21 asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... a'jfeed
Arlingion 30 bid, 35 asked
Tenn.ceitf, D and E..83J bid, 87 aked
Tenn. wte. f er. C 97 bid, 99 aaked
Shelby Co. bond..l(MJ bid, 100 a.-ked
Shelby Co. wts 08 bid, 99 asked
Tax. Dift4, 03 92 bid, 92 j allied
Tax. Dint. 6s 100 bid, 101 asked
Mem Stor. Com. Co..l05 bid, llu aked
Mem. Gas ttock 72 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 98 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works bid, 50 asked
City Oil Work bid, 45 atked
Pioneer Cotton Mills ..12 bid
Am. Cot. Oil trusts 28 bid, 29jsked
Mem.Oity Ry.bonde.i02 bid, 103 asked
New York, March 18. Money on
call easy at l(n"2 per cent. Prime
mercantile paper 4(.5. sterling ex
Bonds Government bonds were
moderately active and weak, especi
ally the coupon 4s. State bonds were
dull and steady. There was a further
decline in railroad bonds with a slight
improvement in the amount of busi
ness done, the total sales being
.Stocks The local stocks wore the
features of to-day's stock market.
They contributed nearly 40 per .cent,
of tbe day's business, and were the
only active stocks that developed de
cided weakness. The whole market,
however, was irregular, and at times
feverish, especially in the early deal
ings. Lackawanna sold first at 124, a
decline of J, and dropped as low as
122J nd closed at 12:1 ; a net loss of
1. Delaware and Hudson on a small
business is down 2 .at 98j. Reading
Just ) at 24 U and Jersey Central j at
50. The sales of Lackawanna were
llM.UOO, and Uie four coal stocks 208,
800 shares, while the total business of
the day amounted to over 47,000 shares.
The weakness of the coalers was due
to unfavorable opinions about the
Reading reorganization and the " re
duction in the price of anthracite to a
point where it cannot he delivered
without loss. The strike in the bitu
minous coal region has stimulated the
price of that article somewhat. Ihe
Berwind White Coal Mining Co., the
largest shippers of bituminous coal in
Pennsylvania, whose miners are on a
strike, has arranged to bring 511,000
tons of coal from Kngland to supply
the contracts that are preasing
for prompt delivery. There were
rumors late this afternoon that
the pool which has recently marked
up the price of Reading had sold out
and had gone short of the stock, but
the story was not confirmed by any
trustworthy authority. The trans
continental matters and the railroad
strikes in the West and Southwest
had no appreciable effect upon prices,
as no news of importance was re
ceived. The grangers, and escciallv
St Paul, were conspicuous for their
strength in the face of the weakness
in the stocks mentioned. St. Paid
shows a gain of 1 J at 91, a shade be
low the liest figures of the day, and
Northwestern is up . The latter
company shows an increase in the
earnings of the second week of March
of $38,200. Chicago, Burlington and
Quinry, Krie common, Missouri, Kan
sas and Texas, Louisville and Nash
ville, Missouri Pacific, Northern Pa
cific preferred, St, Paul and lmluth,
Texas and Pacific, Union Pacific and
Western Union are all fractions high
er, while the rest of the active list
shows small declines. The market was
decidedlyirregular at the close, closing
weak for the coal stocks and firm for
tbe other active shares.
The total sales of stock to-day w ere
457,370 shares, including: Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 104,0-"0;
Delaware and Hudson, 14,080; Krie,
17,400; Kansas and Texas, 5tH)3; Lake
Shore, 50,500; Northwestern, 13,935;
New Jersey Central, 134,440; New
York Central, 0135; Pacific Mail,
18,3V, Reading, 05,040; St. Paul, 48,
2!K); St. Paul and Omaha, 4000; Union
Pacific, 6720; Western Union, 31,
220; Northern Pacific preferred, 84;
Oregon and Transcontinental, 23,
(ijO. Closing quotations:
U. 8. 3, 100 New 4s. 126.
New 44e, M. Pacific 6a of 18, VXr'i
C. P. Brt, 114M. T.P. laid grant. 3 .
Eria eoond, Hl2'. T. P. Kio S. div., 53.
Le'h & Wilkea., 112. U..P. Gr.U, 117.
Louiaiana con,, (Hi. V. P land Brant, 1W
Miflouri Si, V. P. I. fund, IWi.
St. Joreph, l'JO. Virginia tia, 44.
8t.P.Afc.0.nrt,128!;Va. con.,ei-m. c, K.
Tenn. 6a, old, oi. Va. con. del., H.
lenn. lit, new, 60.
Adam Expraia, 145. Naahvill A 0., 47.
Allegheny Cen , - N. J. Central, W.
Alton A T. 11., 39 Nor. A W.. pfd, 27.
A. A. T. H., pfd.90. Northern Pao., 2M.
Ameriean Ex.. Northern P., pld. b'i.
B. . 0. R. N.. 6R. N. Y. 0. Jc Su h.,
Canada Pac, N.Y. C. A tit L.. p., 15
Canada bou.. tl'Z. C. A N. W 1 8.
Central Pacino.42. . A N. Vi' pfd.
Chea-ieakeJ: 0., HiV.N. V. Central, im,.
C. A 0., lat pfd, 17. Ohio Central, 1H.
C. A O., 2l pfd. US. Ohio Ic Miaa.. 241,
C. A A., 14U. 0. A Mi.. i.fd, IK).
0. A A., pfd, 1W. Ontario A Weat.. .
Clt.ig.. M. Oregon Nav., ll2'i.
C.,Kt. L. A N. 0., Oreaon Trand., Wt-
C, St. L. A P., 11. Oregon Imp., Z. .
CSt.L. A P.. p., SO. Pacific Mail, Wt.
C, S. A C, ai. Panama, 8.
C. A C. SO. Peoria, 11. A E , 20.
Del. A Uud 98T4 PitUbur, 152.
Del., L. A A., Pullman V. C.,131.
Ken. A Rio 0., IS. Readmit. 2t'.
Krie, Kock Itlund, 120'i.
Krie, pfd, Kt. L. A H. P., 20.
Kaat Tenn., T't. St. L. AS. F., p., 42.
KaatTonn. pld, W. St. L.AS.C lit p. ,100.
Fort Wayne. 149!. C. M. A St. P.. 91.
Hannibal ASt. Jo, C M. A St. P.,p.,12:l
it. x Dt. jn pia, oi. r. Ji. a m., ii.e
iiariem, zid. M. I. & Omaha,
HnoatoD AT.. 34. St. P. A O.. ufd.
Illinois Cen.. 141. Texaa Pacific 12:'.
Ind. B. A W.,2. 1'nion Pacific, 4HJ4.
Kanaae A T . 2tt'.. IT. 8. Exoreaa. I141...
Lake E. A W., 10. W., St. L. A P., W..
Xiaae oooro, 007 vw .,ri. u. OL 1 . p., .
I.ou. A Nash., 41'.. W. A F. Ex . 119.
Lou. A N. A., 34!.?. W. I!. Tel., M.
M. A C.,M pld, Colorado Coal.
M. A C, 2d pfd, Hometake, 17.
Mem. A Char., 35. Iron Silver, 236,
Mich. Central, IW. Ontario, 29.
Min. ASt. L.. 19. Quickailver, 7.
M. A ft. L., pfd, 47. ijuiokalverjifd, Ui
MiPB. Pao . WH. South. Pacific,
Mohilo A 0., 13. eutro, is.
Morris E., offd, 12.
W.,St. L. A P. p., 18.
London, March IS. Consols, 100J
lor money and 104M lor the ac
count. The bull'on in the Punk
of Kngland decreased fllii,(K)n ster
ling during the past week. The pro
portion ot the liank of 1 nirlaml re
serve to liuhility which lust week was
4M per cent, is now 41 3-lti per cent.
Tlie amount of bullion withdrawn
from the liank of Knglund on bal
ance to-tlay was j0,000.
Paris, March IS. Three ht cent
rentes, SOf. t2ic for the account. The
weekly statement of the Bank of
France shows an increase of 22,2!i4,0O0
france of gold, and 4,li.V,(KMt francs of
?K?LlN,March 18. The statement of
the Imperial Rank of Oernianv shows
an increase in specie of 4,4 44,00 J
BANK CI.lt A KINGS.
New Ori.kans, March IS, liank
Philadelphia, Pa., March IS. Rank
clearings, 48,!43,3!)0; balances, $ l.liil,-
Chicaoo, III.. March 18. The
associated bank clearings to-day were
Baltimore, Ma, March IS. Rank
clearances, $l,733,i!):J 50; balances,
New York, March IS. Clearing
nnuse siatenient: J'.xcliangcs, Jiu;t.
05!),iS5 ; balances, $li,4!K),810.
St. Louis, Mo., March IS. Rank
clearings, JL',012,271 ; balances, $410,
5(". Kxchange on New York easy at
j cents discount.
Boston, Mass., March 18. Clearing
house statement: r.xchiiiisies, lll).i.);i.
927 ; balances, S1.231.22S. Money 1
-percent. Exchange on 2e,w lork
7. to 12jc preniium.
The local cotton market opened
firm, and closed firm acil J a higher;
middling, Sjc. Sales, 4700 bales, of
which 3200 to exporters and 1500 to
Ordinary 7$ 7
Good ordinary 7 75
Ix)W middling s Sj
Middling 8J 8
Gool middling.... 0J !i
Middling fair 0 OS
Pair Nom. Norn.
Ihisty irf)8i 0fS)8
Stains and tinges... 7fn.,8 7.( 8.
Mkhfhis, March 18, 1H.
fitock Sept. 1,188-") 1,302
Keceived to day 1,118
Received previously...508,.94 51 1,X'4
Sh'pit'd to-dav 1,500
Shipped previously. ...3N3,32il 384,835
Stoi k, running a"count
. fi 240
Thin far this week
Thusiar last week
Since Septeinlx'r 1st
it. and C. R.R
M. and T. K. R
1.. and N. R. R
M.andLK. R. R.
0..O. andS. W. R. R
L , N. O. and T. R. R
K. () , S. and M. R. R
M., S. and P. R. R.,
Vagons and other sources..
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. and C. R.R 328
tauisville A Nashville R. R 515
C.,(). andS.W 220
h , N. O. and T. R. R 443
New York spots opened steady, and
Good ordinary... 7 15-lii
low middling... 8J
Middling 9 3-10
Middling fair.. ...10 5-10
Fair 10 15-10
New York futures owned ouiet and
steady, and closed firm, and K to 13
toints higher. Sales, 120,200 bales.
The closing quotations were as fol
March 9 17 H.is O.ay 9 io
April m 9.25 9 215 tt.l:Ka 9.14
Mav 9.M 9 37 9 24 9 25
June 0.4ti 9.47 9 34 9.35
July 9 54 9 55 9.42(a) 9 43
August 9 62 O.ftl 9.60 9 51
September... . 9 45 9.4' 9.3.t 9.35
October 9 30 9.31 9 17 9 13
Novemlier... 9 2( 9.27 12 9.13
December... 9 2S 9 29 0.15 9.17
January 9 30 9..3S
The New Orleans 8ot market ojnned
linn, and closed strong asd l-10c
higher. Sales, ll.fOO bales.
Ordinary.. 7 310 7 3-1 0
G.-(hI ordinary... 71 7.13-10
Ixw middling.... 8 S3 lit
Middling 8 11-10
Ciootl middling 9 9-10 (J
The New Orleans future market
opened steady, and closed firm,
n d 12 to 15 points hinher than
Wednsdiy. Sales, 58,400 bah's.
Tbe closing rpiotatioiis were as fol
April 8 87 8.SS
May 9.00 ......
June 9 13 9.14
July 9 2'i
s t5 nom.
8 73 8 75
9.00 a) 9.00
9.1I 9 17
8.92 ) 8.H3
8 83 8 84
8.77( 8 79
8 SS 8 91
Septemlier.... 9.05 9.0ii
Octoher 8.9.r( 8.9H
November .. 8 90a 8 91
IVcember ... 8 92 8 94
DAII.V PORT ANI INTERIOR
N ( hleans.
30 9 3-10
Receiptsat ports, this duy.lSSti. 7.1C8
Receipts at ports, this day.lSSo. 3,353
ISSli. 1885. 1S84,
R'ts U. S.
norts. ft lis 4fi.145 "7 4'7
Kx. Gt. lir 4O.0S7 19 29C
Stock Oro.OSO 7l3,Sti4
R'ts Sept.l 4,093 278 4,481,243
Increase of receipts this year. ..212,085
Tbe Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported business good. Sales,
12,000 bales, ofhieh American 10,01X1
bales. Receipts, 7000 bales, of which
3500 were American.
At 2 p.m.: The price of middling
bad advanced 1-llid to 5d for
middling uplands, and 51 -Kid for mid
Tbe following are the closing quota
tions: Ordinary, 4d; good ordinary,
43d; low middling, 5Jd; good mid
dling, 5Jd; middling uplands, oil ;
middling Orleans, 4 13-10d.
The price are giirn in jif nee ami 64llm,
Ihu: 4 03 mram 4 03 Old., fliirf 5 01
tiirmi 5 1-04.1
At noon: Liverpool futures wen?
steady. Quotations were ns follows:
March-April, 4 59d; April-Mav, 4 01
4 58d; Mav-June, 54 Old'; June
July, 5 024 H;Jtily- August, 5 05
5 03d jAugust-Keptember, 5 08 5 00d ;
September-October 5 07; September,
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
easy; March, 4 58d sellers; March
April, 4 58d sellers; April-May, 4 59d
sellers; May-June, 4 K2d sellers; June
July, 5il sellers; July-August, 5 03d
sellers; August-September, 5 0(id
(llers;Scpti'niber-Oitober,5 Old value;
At 5 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet and linn and l-64d higher than
Wednesday; March, 4 i9d value;
March-April, 4 59d value; April-May,
4 OOd buyers; May-June, 4 l3d buy
ers; June-July, 5 02d sellers; July-August.
5 Old buyers; August-September.
507d buyers ; September-October, 5 01 id
HII KK DEALS.
The following is the record of the
bids and oilers at the Call Board of
the Merchants' Kxchange yesterday:
No. 2, white, spot 40t bid, 41lffi41 jc;
March, 39c bid, 41c asked : April, 40jc
bid, 41c o. t. asked; May, 41c o. t. bid,
42Jc asked ; No. 2, spot, March, 3Se o.
t. bid, 39c asked; ApriL 3Se bid, 39 Jo
asked ; May, 39Jc o. t. bid, 40? asked.
No. 2, snot, 33e bid; March, 33c
bid, 35c asked; April, 33c bid; May,
May, $14 75 asked.
March, $1 90 bid.tl 95 asked; April,
$1 90 bid, 2 05 asked; May, $2 05 bid,
$2 15 asked.
Corn White, 47i; mixed, 40c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42.:; mixed, 403.
H a y Choice, from store, 81c ; prime,
75S0c; piairis, 60c; round bts from
ievee or depot, choice, $H!4 50;
prime, $13 13 50; prairie, $S8 50.
Oam Wnite, 40; mixed, 38 j?,
from store: round lots f 1 otn levee on
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
Bban From store, 85o per cwt. ;
round lcti from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 7."2; nleiiura,
$1 tKK!)l 75.
Rub Louisaoa, 45Jc; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrel, $33 25
Cobnviial S'andard, $2 (52 15;
oearl,i2 90(aj3 15 from store :5c cheaper
from mill, levea or track.
tiovk ttom store, doable extra, :
triple extra, ; family. $44 25:
choice. $4 54 40; fancy, $4 755;
eit a fancy, io 255 75; patents $i
0 25; round lota from levee 01 track,
10c cheaper; car lots choice, $4 25
4 40; family, S3 003 95; fancy, $4 60
4 75; extta fancy, fl 80 5 05; pat
ents, J5 455 70.
Hominy asd Garrs From store,
Cracked Whiat Iff half-barrels.
$3 50 from store.
Crack R9 Soda, extra. 4c; soda.
treble pxtra, 4 Jc; lemon crdun crack
ers, extra, 7c ; lemon cream crackers,
closed firm, and l-16c higher.
W45 bales. Quotations were
trebla extra, 7c; gjmrer snaps, extra,
60; finger snap, treble extra, Oe; as
sorted j ambles, 9c
Kansas Crrr,M,March 1 S. Wheat
lower; No. 2 red, cash, ; April,
70Jc asked: May, 73Jc. Corn lower;
cash, 2b3bid, 27oaeks,l; April, 27 Jc
bid, 28e aaked; May. 29 c. Oats nom
inal, 27Jc asked.
St. Lona, Mo., March 18. Flonr
quiet and steadr: XXX, $33 15;
family, $3 253 :15; choice, $3 SO
3 90; fancv,$4 3O4 40; extra fancy,
$4 004 9J; patents, $5 10,5 4a
Wheat dull and lower ; the market was
depressed throuihoat the whole ses
sion, tad closed lJo lower than yes
terday; No. 2 red. cash, 90914c;
May, 2j92a, closing at 92 Jo; June,
92;93c, closing at 92Jc; July,87Jo.
Corn dull and weak, closing Jc under
yesterdav; No 2 mixed, cash, 34jc;
Match. 3l!,a34je, closing at 34 jc bid;
May, 35J3.5r, closing a 35 5. Oats
very dull and easier; No. 2 mixed,
cash, 29Jc bid; March, 29c bid Mav,
30i3C,o, closing at 30r. Rt steady,
60c. Pa -lev nnchangtd. Hay dull ;
prairie, $5 757 75: timothy, $10 75
13 75. Flaxseed firm, $1 10. Bran
itealy, 03c. Cornmesl, $1 90l 95.
Receipts Flour, 2000 brls; what,
5000 bu; corn, 86,000 bn; osts, 8300
bu ; rye, 2000 bu ; barley, 2iKX) ba.
Shipments Flour, 5000 brls; wheat,
none; corn, 3000 ba; cats, tiOGO bu;
rye, none; barley, none.
Aflrrnoon lionrd. Wheat steady and
Js higher. Cirnlc lower. Oats'jJJc
lower. Oats Jc higher for May.
Ch:caoo, III , March 18 Ths wheat
maiket to dav -- grea'ly depret'J.
Tbe openV--s Jceff, due by com
mon re p orift o a decrease of wheat on
passage and t) tbe decidedly spring
like weather. Bf fore nor 11 prices lud
dropped from84eto835 With tbe
New Yoik "longs" free sellers, prices
in May wheat slowly recovered to 84
84Jc, but soon receded ti 83 J?, and
the 1 o'clock closing was substantially
at opening prices. Corn traders
worked in a very spiritless way, and
there was little change in prices, the
bulk cf the rales being between 38c
and 387,9. Fiour steady and prices
unchanged. Wheat fates ranged:
No. 2, March, 7979Jc, clorel at 7t'Jc;
ApriL 7!iJ79ij, cloied at 7jc; May,
836fS84Jc, closed at 84c bid; June.
85l8.jj, closed at 85Js bid; No. 3
sprirg, 8181Jc; No. 2 red winter, 87
89o. Corn sa'esranitd: Csb. 35J
(o37c; March. 35J3iJc, clcsed et
358c; April, :(5J35jc, closed at 358'5
36c; May, 88J(a39L, closed at 38j
39i; June, 38j39eo, closed at 39
39J Oiis sales ranged: No. 2,
cash, 29c; April, 28o; May, 3131jfl,
closed sellers at 31 Jc. Rye steady;
No. 2, cash, 5!tj. Barley very dull;
No. 2, cash, 00i!. Flaxseed No. 1, on
track, $1 11. Receipts-Flour, 14.C09
brie; wheat, 22,000 bu; corn, 210,000
bu; oat, 104,000 bu; rye, 3000 bn;
barley, 39 000 bu. Shirments-Flour,
15,000 brls; wheat. 15,003 bu; corn,
38,000 ba; oats, 02 000 bu; rye, 20,000
bu: barley, 18.000 bu.
Afl'rnoon Board. Wheat was J(0
higner. Con March, jc higher.
Bitter Creamery, 3;t(337c; dairy,
222k;; butterine, Willie; country,
ll'J'a lSc, according to condition.
Cheese Prime Hats, 7(!i8c; New
York factory, fc ; full cream, 1212J.ej
Y. A., 12l2Jc.
Mess Pork Old, $10 5010 75 per
barrel; new $11 50 per barrel; sugar
cured bains, packed, 9.l9 Jc ; breakfast
bacon, 79c; clear rib bacon, (itijc.
Bui.k Pork Clear sides, 51c; clear
rib siiles, ti(it 5jc; long clear, fijc;
Uird - Tierces, lil Olc; half-barrels,
CJfeOjc: kegs, lijjolijc; bui kets, ti
(ic; lialf-bui kets, i(u,Jc; 50-11) tuiH,
0ji3cj 20-1 b tins, OjCuiJc; 10-lh tins,
0j7c; 5-lb tins, 0Bc; 3-lb tins, 07c;
choice kettle, tierces, Ojc.
Fkksii Meats -Beef -Good Kansas
I'ity steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77Jc;
cows nnd heifers, 0J:; mutton, 7c;
lambs, ; pork tie.
I'kis-eebt Brls, 88 60; half-brls,
Cincinnati. O.; March 18. Pork
dull at $10. Ltrd firmer at 5.90c. Bulk
meats barely steady: shoulders, 3ijc;
short rib, 5 30c. Bacon easy ; shoulders,
4Jc; short rili", Be: shoit clear, (ijo.
Butter firm. )ges heavy and droop
ing, 9J(ai 10c. Cheese firm ; sood to
prime cured Ohio factory, 9t'Jo.
St. Louis, Mo., March 18. Provisions
very dull and about unchanged, fork
steady, $10 25. Lard firm, 6.8 "5 M)3.
Balk mfa'.s lrose lots, long clear, 6 Jc;
abort ribs 5.35c; short clear, 5Jc;
boxed lots, long clear, Sga; short
Tit's, 5Jc; short cha', 5Jc. Bacon
steady: long clear, 5 055Jc; short
riw,6j5.8jc: short clear, o.Sjgfi.iHJc.
Hams stf aiy. 8Jllc. Butter s!edy ;
creamery, 2530c; dairy, 185.20ii.
Kigs lower, 9c.
Afternoon Hoard. Pork, 10s higher.
Chicago, III., March IK Mesa pork
unsettled, but showed greater Btreneth
than anything e'sson t':efior, and in
tbe favoriie futures the general tend
ency was upward. There wai an ad
vance from the lowest point of sub
stantially 20 j per barrel, which was
fairly well sustained. Sales rsnird:
Cash. $9 05f.i, 70; Apiil. $9 700 71 ;
My, $9 02J9 85, chscd ! $9 77J
m: June, $ 72J9 92j, clooed at
$9 839 87. Lsrd-sales rsnired:
cash, (ic; March Bnd April, 6.97 Jo;
May, ti0 02Jo; June, 0 02Jc; July,
Oic. Boxed meats dry sailed shoul
ders, 3.904c ; shott rib sides, 5.20
6Jc; short clear sides,5J5.55c. Bu'ter
creamery, gool to extra, 2032c;
dairy, 1225c. Eggs weak; fresh, 11
1101 sKMoi.n ni PPi.irm,
Apim.es Apples, $2 753 from
store; $2 2 25 per car-load from levee
or deitot. lried njiples, 34c per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c from store.
Potatoes Potatoes, $ 1 902 25 from
shire; $1 (J52 per ear-loadfrom leveo
or de)M)t. Sweet potatoes, $2 60;.il2 75
ler brl. Peas, $1 25 1 75 per bushel.
Vkoetabi.es Onions. $2 75 from
store; $2 50 2 (0 from levee or depot.
Cabbage, $1 0'j 3 50 per crate. Kraut,
barrels, iH 60'a0; half-barrels, $2 75.
Garlic, 4000t: H?r 100.
Fkuit OaogKS, Louisiana, none;
Florids, none; Messina. $33 60 per
box. Lfmons, t'Mi'i 50 per box. Ba
nna. $12 100 per bunch. Cotoa'
nuts, $4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia,
0c; Tennessee, farmer's ttock, 34c;
roasted, i jc higher; shelled, 10c. Al
PicKLE8-In jrs, pir.t, 90c; quarts,
$1 50; ball-gallon, $2 50; gallons,
$3 75; losae, bands, $; halt-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mixed,
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers. $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples, 15c;
Grenobles, 15c, Filberts, 12c.
Cidkb Missouri, $7(W 60 par bar
rel and $44 50 per half barrel; Vine
gar, ll10c per ga lon.
Poci.trv Turkevs, per dozn, $7
14 ; geese, $3 504 50 ; d ticks, $ 3 ; chick
ens, good demand. $2 3; dressed tur
keys, scarce, 104c per pound.
Pecam Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014 for large; Arkansas,
Fish Macttrel, balf-barrtlg, No. 1,
$5;No.?,$.$ 2o; No. 3, $2 75; 101b
kit, No. 1, 80c; No, 2, 70c; 15-lb. No.
3,00c Dry herrings, family, 30c per
Gam Yeniaon, whols, 35c, aad
dies. (K18s; bear. 6S8; turkeys,
5075c; duck $1 502 50 squirrels,
76c; quails, 75eH ; prairie chickens,
$5: game fish, o8c.
CoFFsa Common. 88Jc; ordina
ry, 99jc; prime Rio, lie; choice
to fancy, iijUjc; old eovernment,
So at 3J5Jc per pound.
Sugar Eaauun yellow, flflj8;
pure w. c. whit. 6jc; off white, 6J
0c; yellowclarilied,6i0Jc;oDen ket
tle, 65c: refined A, i7Jo: granu
lated, 77,c; powdered, 7J; cut loaf,
Salt ft 201 30 per barrel ; sacks,
fine, fl 60; crarse, fl 10; pockets,
bleached, 2 7c; car-loads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 2327c; prime to choice, 35 40c;
syrup, 20 10c; common to fair, 23
28o: ori me to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal fancy, 35c.
fcBAOcj Common, 11-inch, 27
30c; other grides and styles, 2E28c.
ttnun-Garrttts, 1U 8) per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60.
Candibb1 ticks, all sites, in boxes,
pails and barrels. 7J8Jc.
Canplm Full weight. 10Jllc.
Canned Goons, Eto Prices per dot
en: Pineapples, f I 35 1 06; peaches,
21b, standard, f 1 3"(.rl 60; seconds,
$1 151 25; timatoes, 2-lb, standard,
f 1 10; 3 lb, f 1 35; strawherriss, f 1 40
1 00; raspberries, $1 15foU 25; black
berries, $11 15: greengages, $1 60
1 76; pears, $22 25; plums, fl OOfn
1 70; asparagus, $2 004 ; green corn'
fl135; green peas, $l2 25; cove
oysters, full weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oyateis, lightweight, 1-lb,
65o; cove oysters, light 'weiabt, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
EsrIb, $7 75; Swiss, $0.
NewYobk, March 18. Coffee spot
fair Rio dull and easy, 8j!8Jc; op
tions a shade lower aud moderately
active; No. 7 Rio spot, 7.15c; sales,
2500 las; April, 7.7.05c; Mav, 6 95
7c; June. 8 90c; July, 0 9o7c;
August, 0.9:C;7i:; September, 7c;
Oitober, 7o; December 77 C5j; Feb
ruary, 7 05;. Supadu!l; refined dull;
O, 56 s; ex'ra C, 5J5ic;
wli'tt txtra C, 6J5 7-10c; yellow,
4J(r3; oDTA,5jc. Mol.tsses more ac
tive. Rice firm and in fair demand.
B.eIMU AND TIEN.
Baguino Jute, 9Jllc; lUx, 9J
lOJc, according to weight. Ties, f 1 15
Naih $2 452 70.
fiorrwN.iERu on., r.rv.
Hue i) Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on Lank of river (f. o. b.
boal), $0; wagon at mills, $3 Meal
Prime (f. o. b.,) $I515 25 per ton.
Lesstban car-liad lots, $15 601U.
From store, 90c per sack Cake
Nominal ; f 10 per ton. Oil In car
load lots, prime, crude O. 8. oil, 22
23i ; prime summer yellow 20J27c ;
off-snmmer yellow, 2520u; miners',
273llc; choice cooking Bummsr yel
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, lie er gallon.
Cleveland, 0., Mnrth .IS. Pff
leuiii dull; not much iliKiiositioii to
trade. Opened at 5 7je, ilecliued to
77c, but rallied to 77)e nt noon.
PiTVSiu-RO, Pa , March IS lVt:o-
leum dull and heavy; National Transit
cerlitiCHles openeil at 77 Jo and closed
st 7"ji(!; highest price, 77Jj; lowe. t,
WHISHT, WINKN, I.KtfOK, ETC.
Whisey Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 mra.6; rye,$l 75 ti; domestio,
Cuii'Aoo, March 18, Whisky steady
lit $1 14.
Ht. Loins, March 18. Whisky
firm at $1 10.
Cincinnati, March 18. Whisky
steady nt $1 10. Sales of 702 barrels
finished goods on this basis.
HOKHKM AN w maK.
lIoiwKs -doisl driving, $15()225;
good saddle, 1 1409 :t()0 ; plugs, $358() ;
good mares, $85 140.
M ri.EM -1 4 J to 15, $11 01 35 ; 1 5 to
15J, $125140; 15J to 10, $140175.
Good ilemaixl ; supply fair.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 3 J4Je: good, 3J
4c; choice grass-fed2J(a3je; good, 3
3c; fair to medium, 2J2Jc; coin
111011, l j 2e.
Hons Choice, 33kr; good, 3J
3c; common, 33Jc.
SiiKKi'-Clioiee, 4 He; iiii'diiini, 3
3Jc; coiHinon, t ll 50.
"Cincinnati, O., March IS Nous
lirm; common and l ght,:) !!)'? 4 LO;
pscking and butchers', $14 40; re
c;ip's, 103) hend; ehipmente, 171
i i a J.
Chicaoo, III , March 18. The Dro-
vm' Journal reports: Cattle receipts,
8500 head ; shipments, 2500 head ;
market active, but 10c lower; ship
ping steers, 0'0 Io 1500 pounds, $3 90
5 5); dickers and feeders, $2 504 50;
cows, bull and mixed, $1 004;
bulk, $2 003 20. Hogs receipts,
14,000 head; shipments, 0000 hed;
market slow and steady; rough and
mixed, $3 804 16; packing and ship
ping, $4 154 35; light, $3W)4 20;
fkips, $2 603 75. Sheep receipts.
3)100 head ; shipments, 600 head; mar
ket slow and lower- natives, J2 50
6 40; Texanr, $2 5U4 25.
Kansas City, Mo., March 18 Tbe
Livestock Indicator reports: Cattle
receipts, 1494 head; shipments, 1279
head; market weak, and 10 15c
lower for shipping grades; choice
ti fancy, $5 0r5 20; common to
medium, $44 60; stock ers and feed
ers, $3 d04 20; cews, $3 403 80.
Hogs receipt", 6314 head; ship
ments, 1730 head : market weak and
6c lower; good to choice, $3 904 05 ;
common to medium. 13 65(u3 80:
skips and pigs, $23 50. Sheep re
ceipt?, 082 head; shipments, none;
market weak; good to choice, $3 70(4
4 25 ; common to medium, 52(5,3 25.
New York Dry Moods Market.
New York. March 18. Tbe market
hai been less active in depart ments
and any demand very irregular, jet
through the delivery of rnanv iioodn
on orders the sa'os are preserved cf
PURSUANT to a truit dcod xeoutod to
ma m truatre, ba J. R. Flinpln and M.
A. FlivpiD, of date Augaat 10, lwl, and re
eordad io the Regiater'e ollioe of Hhelkr
enuntr. Tenneaaee. io bock No. VA, iae
M, 1 will, OD
Kaitnrditv. Aorll 10. 1HH.
dnrlni laaal kuara, tall, io front of tbe
court Dou?e dour of laid county, at oublie
outcry, fur cub, the property tbarcb ron-
7d. tie. l Lot No. two Ui in the diviaion
of Ihe proparty aold to r. Laviane In tne
care of the Tenneaaee Marine and t'ire In
aurance Company r. Chaa. Potter et al.
Chancery Court of 8helby County, Tennea-
flee, aai'i lot irontint w teat 7 incnea on wei
line of 8helby atrcot by a depth weatwardll
of 10 feett reference baina; bera made fori
mote particular deacriptiun to decrea Teat
in title In V. Laviane, recorded in laid
Ketiater'a office, book 6J. pave tilu, etc.
Kcdemption, dower and bouieatead waived.
Title behered food.
P. H.P0STON, Trtutee.
FriaraPoint..Oosoiia, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati .BocaTa 8tati, i p.m.
Vickabars....BiLLt Maspsia, 10 a.m.
SU Louii Citt or'Sr. Lnits, 6 p.m.
Oacwola. ..Daa Adahi, 6 p. a
WhiU Rlrar DsSuet, S p.m.
Arkanaaa Riier.K. W. Con. 5 p.m.
New Orleana..CHRi. P.CH.ii Tnt',5 p.ui
New Orleena...ClTT orNiTcaii, 4 p.m.
Vlckaburf.....AaiiHia Citt, 6 p m.
MOt CMEXT AT Til r. LF.Vr.E.
Arriralt. Kato Adams, ArkaiiKiiM
City; Charles r. Clinutcnu, New Or
leans; (Juiding Star, New Orleans;
K. W.Colc, Arkinsasivir; tiavoso,
Tiptonville; llnckcyc' Slate, Cincin
nati. Vp!rfiir. Kato Adams, Arkansas
City; O'ayoso, Tiptonvillc; (iuiding
y'oUii in riwT.-ltiu'keyo State, K. V.
Cole and Charles 1. Chouteau.
Boat Dve l)mm. lVan Adams and
Boal Due Up Coiilionm, Kene Ma-
ervaity, t ity of Cairo, City of St.
I.uis mid licSmet.
15uckeyp State 300 tons miseelhi
(iuiding Star 125 brls sugar, 35
brls molasses, 30 sks cotl'ee and 15 pkgs
Uayoso 42 bales cotton, 230 sks
wed, 878 sks corn, 08 hd hogs and Mi
Kate Ailaius 12. bales cotton, l!
bgH seed-cotton, 400 sks seed and 07
K. V. Cole (brought out of Arkan
sas river) 220bilescotton, 2 hd cattle
aud 1 pks sundries.
('has. 1. Chouteau -64 bales cotton,
IR.0I7 sks seed. 1 15 brls molasses, 47
oil brls, 145 old wheelbarrows unci 17
Fl'TVKK neat KNKNIN.
Tim Arkansas ('ity, ("apt. II. V.
ItrohiNki.is the Ani'liur Line packet to
morrow evening for Vicksburg nnd
Tub lean Adams, Ciipt. Henry
Cooper, is the packet this evening at
tt o'clock for Osceohi and the upH'i
bendH. Win. Sinit her is in her olllce.
Thk Anchor Line steamer City of St.
lxmis, ('apt. .lames O'Neal, will pass
up tins evening at (i o'clock for Cairo
and St. 1mis. Owen (i. Cates is her
Tub ltelle Menipliis, ('apt. Cicorgc
Haker, is the Anchor I.ino packet this
morning at 111 o'clock for Vicksburg
and the beliefs. Al Simpson is her
Thk ('cmhoimi, dipt. Thos. Claitgelt,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Knurs Point and all way
landings. Will. Ashford presides in
Thk Anchor line steamer City of
Natchez, ('apt. 11. K. Itixby, will jiass
down to-morrow evening lit 4 o'clock
for New Orleans. 1 1. K. Corby n is
Tiik K. W. Cole, CiipLKd Nowlaml,
is the packet bi-morrow evening at 5
o'clock for all points on Arkansas
river, going through to I'iue lllull'.
lames N. ThonipNou anil liiifus Foster
are her clerks.
Thk DeSinet, Ciipt. Milt It. I lurry,
is the packet, tomorrow evening al 5
o'clock for all noints on While river,
going through to Newport ami making
connections with packets for upper
White and Itlack rivers. Albert Me
dline and Hugh Smith are her clerks,
Tiik Iluckeye Slate, Cupl. II. J. Vin
ton, is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for Cuiro, lxmisville, Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Ohio
river, (icorge W. llendrickson bus
charge of her ollire, assisted by (3iaa.
Vinton. The Iluckeye State will
give cheap rates to all points North
Thk great iron steamer (-'bus. I".
Chouteau, dipt. Win. II. Thnrwegan,
is the regular packet to-morrow even
ing at 5 o'clock for Helena, Terrene,
Arkansas City, (ireenville, New Or
leans and all way landings, (teo. Milt
enberger has charge of her olllce, as
sisted by Clem Nolle.
Wkatiikii clear and pleasant.
Ma.i. John l. A ha mm was
Hkchii'Ts by river yesterday:
ba'cs cotton, l!l hags seed cotton
IH,Ini.I sacks sccil.
Tiik river here stands 15 feet 0
tenths on the gauge, a fall of tl tenths
in the lust Iwcn y-four hours.
Tiik (iuiding Star, from New Or
leans, passed up last night for Cincin
nati. Shu iliMcharifeil lien- 310 pack
ages freight mid wlded here 4511 bales
Tub Iluckeye Slate, ('apt. II. J.
Vinton, arrived yesterday evening
from Cincinnati with 300 tons mis
cclnneoiiH freight for this place, and
returns this evening.
Tub Kate Adams arrived yesterday
iii'Tiiinir from Arkansas ('it v with 125
bales cotton, 10 bags seed-cotton and
4 0 sacks seed, and ret imed auiiiii
Inut evening with a good trip, freight
Thk Uayoso arrived yesterday morn
ing from the upper bends with 43
hales cotton, 230 sacks wed, 874 sacks
corn, 08 head hogs and HO pickages
sundries,! and returned again last
evening with a good showing of
Tiia K. W. Cole, Capt.Kd. Nowlnnd,
arrived last evening from Arkansas
river with 122 hales of cotton, 2 head
of cattle and 51 packages sundries,
and leaves again to-morrow evening
for Arkansas river. She reshipped at
Terrene 98 bales cotton for New Or
leans. Tub great iron steamer ('has. P.
ChotitiiUil, (.'apt. Win. 11. Thnrwegan,
arrived yesterday morning from New
Orleans with 54 bales cotton, 18,017
sacks seed, 1 15 barrels molasses, 201
packages sundries, an 1 returns to
morrow evening for New Orleans and
all way lumllngs.
WKATIIFR AND KIVEHN.
Wiibblinu, March 18. Noon River
H feetonthe'naiigeacc' rifling. Weather
ch ar and pleasant.
Pittsbubo, March 18. Noon River
rising, with 4 feet 6 inches on the
gauge. Weather clear and warm.
EvANsviLLK,Mrch 18 Noon River
falling,witb9 (nut 9 inches on the gauge.
Departed: Uolden Rule, Cincinnati, 4
Cincinnati, March 18 Noon K'var
rising, with 13 feet 5 inches on tbe
gauge. Weather cloudy; thermom
eter 05. Arrived: Mary Houston,
New Orleans, laut night.
Louibvillb, March 18 Noon River
rising, with 0 feet 5 inches in the canal
and 4 feet 3 inches on the falls. Bnsi
nessgcod. Wtather fair and mild. De
parts O. Brown, New Orleans, noon.
Oaibo, March 18. Noon River 0
feet 7 inches on tbe gauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati, 1 a.m. ;
Citytf Baton Rouge, New Orleans, 3
a.m.; City of Providence, Vieiabnrg,
4 a.m. ; Belle Memphis, St. Louis, 7
.m. Departed: City of Baton Rouge,
St, Louis, 3 a.m. ; City of Providence,
St. Louis, 8 a.m.; Bella Meoaphia,
Vicksburg, 0 am.
OmcK Sional Skkvicb, U. S. A.,
Mkmi'his, March 13, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Rise I Fall
Ma. I.onle anfl New Orlrnaa Anchor
M.aj.ai. IMI-KOKNtw 0U1.KAN8.
City of Natchez, jjXtr
11. K. lliaby mm-t,r.!KX
Will leaa the Klcralor KATUHHAV, Marok.
J'lh, at 4 p.m. for freight or paaaaae apply
0. h. Hai.1.. Paaa.Ait. Al) HTOHM. Huo't.
FOR NKW ORLEANS.
Hnnthern Trani portatlnn Co. O. Llae tot
Virkaburc, Natrbea and New Orlaanafitr.
Mplntvre tnaatitr. a
Will leave KHIDAY. Mr,-h 19tk. mt 1'.! m.
Kr freinlit or iwiaeane appljr te C. B.KPH
Sk''j.A!lli H.Madnon at Telephone &.T.
For Helena, Terrene, Arkanaaa Citr.Urean
Tille, Neat Orleane and all waj Uad- .
Clias. P. Chouteau.
Tborwacen m alter.
Will leave SATURDAY. Mereh 3i, p.m.
For fraiaht or paaaage appl j at Ne 8 Uadlaon
atroel, or to 11 0. LOW K, AcenU
HI. teala aal New alrlrnai Anrkar
l.luv-U.N. Mitll-VUK VICKSUtiRU.
(ten. Haker maator.a
Will leave the Klerator T11IH l),Uarrh
liah.a' IUa.cn. Jfor Ireiiht or apply
I 11... 1,. A All Ul.lUU U .
Sit. l.onlH aail Nrw Orlenaia Anrhor
l.lne -V.N. Matll-ruH VIUK6BUHU.
Will leave the Elevator HATU UUA V , Marob
Illi, at 6 p.ui. for freight or paaaage apply
Hl.l.. I'aaa. A.t. Al) Hfo
FOR OAIRO AND ST. LOU18.
sit. I.onle ami Nrw Wrlemaiai Anrhor
l.lnr-li.N. Meill-UAIKU A UT. LOUIS.
City of St. Louis, tzfZSk.
Jaa. O'Neal. ..maater. SaaaVjJfc
Will leava the Klevator THIS DA k , March
l.Mli, at II p.m. Kor freight or paaaage applf
(I. I. Hi.i., Pa. At. A I) SfoltV. Hnp't,
m.k i,nTiHVll,l,K A CINUINNATI
Mcmpli's anil Cincinnati Packet to
rOH l.lllltVII.LK et 4'INriNNATI.
11. J. Vinton...... maater.
Will leave FKIDAY, March !tk. at t p.m.
Kr Ireiaht or paae apply to l B. 11U9
HKLL, Agent. No 111 Madlaea at. Talet hoa
no l. jyiirt iiaiih, earaeager Agent,
tilciimer JAMKH W. (1 Af t' llllowi, lea
Iny 'I'liMFdnv. Marh ffll
a, Ualea folate Oarutheraville,
d Tliitonvllle The new eteamer
an and liiitonvilie Th
W. P.llall maater I J. v. Fuller aletk
will leave aa abnre, asd all way point.
KVBKV MONDAY and THURSDAY at i
p.m. For freight or paaaage apply ea board.
Mmuplila.lrlnre fulaai aintl naHMa
lanil OaMwolat Paailaatt JompMiy.
for Uelena. Hlendale. Ifrlara Point and all
Way Landinga titeaaar
K. T. Olatott...maUr I Piatt Hkou....u..rk
Will leave aa above on every AluNilAY,
WKDNKBPAYand FRIDAY, at So'olock.J
For Randolph, Fulton. Oaeeola and Kay
DEAN A D AMN,
J. H. Cooper, maater,..J. W. Hmlthera.olark
Uavea a every MONOAV, Wk'tiNUx AY
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. The boata of thlg
line roaerve the right to paai ail landlnrl
the nantain mar teo n nnaifo. Offloe, No. a
y.Hi.xn . JAMKH t.Krf, J., Hnp't.
Xcuiphls and Vlckahurg Packet Com
pany U.M. Mall LIbp.
For Helena, I'onoordla, Terrene aad Arkan
aaa Jity The elegant paiaenger ateauer
KATE ADAMS, rg
M. K.Uheek...maaUr I W.O. Blauaer...deik
EVERY MONDAY and TUURSDAY, at 5
p.n.,reaarvlng the right te paa all landing!
thecapta n may deem unaale. For general
Itilnruialiua apply at olhoe, Nn,4 Madiaoa
atreet. K. WALWoRtU. Agent.
JOHN rRB, p.
r A aent. Telephone 2Sn.
Momphi8& White KirerrktCo
V. 8. MAIL LIME.
1. 0. roaUImaatar I 0. M.f oitl..,.oier
ClxreitKlon, ITella Itlnir, Dm Are),
. AtiiaatA, JakatinrtortNiail Nnrr .
LKAVES MKMHIIIH Kvery WKDNBHUaI,
at 5 p.m. Throagh rate to all point.
Fre ght oonalgoed to " Mamphla and Whltf
niver Paoket Cimpany" "il beforwardta
promptly ii.U LOWB, Agent,
H JM-iIIibihI. TelThn- No. M. '
Ttin St.FrancIa River Xrangportatloi
Co.'a vine BMa-W beel n. a. Mall 8t"iet
Reie Macready, rT
O. K. Joplln inater,
WILL A.JKAVK MKMPUIM KVIK1
at S o'clock, for Marl an a a. the Cut-OJ, and
lntemediau landtngann Ht. a'ranoil river.
Tbe eaptnin reaerrea the right to paa all
landinan he deema unaafe. JAS. LRK. r..
Arkansas Itlvcr 1'k't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, Ttr
E. It. Smith.... matr.
Leavea Memphit Every TUESDAY, at 6 p.ia
Str, E. W. COLE,
. i .i i .
Leavea Mempbia Every SATURDA V ,15 p. at
For freight or pa'ge apply to
11. C. l.OWg, Arrnt,
Offli-a, No M'idi'nn at Ti-le-.tv ne .N. WL
FOR WHITE UIVJEi:.
McwiihlH.tt hit & Black KlferFacket
For Helena, DeValle RluT, Pe Pea Arcr
guita, Newport asd Bateivtlle. Tbe nat
and elegant wheel iwaaeoger ateatgt I
Milt Harrr. .. ..........mter,
Will leave EVERY BATt'RDAt at6'olc,.
p.m. Through rate to all piiota. Freia.
eonalgned to Milt Uarrj Line, vienxphio
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