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F1SKUCE AJiD COMERCE.
BOHEY 8 FEB CEST., KEW YORK
EXCHANGE 14 PEEMICM.
Ootton Steady Middling, 8S-4c
Sales Yestertf ay, 1150
The money market was linn yester
day, the banks doing a good business
ia diecounta at 8 per cent. Local
eecuritica are quiet. Oas stock is held
at 78, American cotton oil trusts, 27.
The cotton market showed increasing
strength yesterday. Sales, 1150 bales,
Middling, 8Jc. The course, of the
New York future market is thus de
aoribed by Greene 4 Co. : "The move
went was light and confined princi
pally to local deals. The somewhat
certain character of foreign advices
appeared to create general caution
aii l a disposition to stand of! for more
explicit information. Just at tho end
i the session, however, a few shorts
coucluded to cover, and this clo;ed
ttie spot business rather better at full
raU. Spots were firm and l-16c.
higher, middling, 9jc. At New Or
leans yesterdity spots closed firm and
l-10e. higher, middljng, 8c; fptures
steadyand 5 to 6 points higher, Ajiril,
8.73(8.76e. At Liverpool business
in spots was reported good at harden
ing rates; futures dull and l-04d
higher, April, 4 G2 (14 llcceipta at
this port yesterday, 1082 bales; to
tal this season, 520,512 bales, against
4111,784 bales same time last year. No
features in the general market. -
Three hundred and fifty sks bran,
3A pkgs of batter, 8i) pkgs bacon, 10
pkgs boots and shoes, 20,134 bus. corn,
2 cars eottoti seed, !W2 sks cotton
seed, 1C9 hrls cotton seed oil, 2 bdls
cotton ties, 101 pkgs dry goods, 39
pkgs eggs. 2259 brls flour, 280 bales
nay, 2 pkga. hats, 10 head hogs, 32
head cattle 8 head horses and mules,
62,000 ft lumber, 45 pkgs liquors, 140
brls meal, 224 brls molasses, 21 brls
onions, 59 brls potatoes, 13 cars pork
aides, 10 brls sugar, 105 pkgs tobacco,
" KUSVATOR HBPOKT.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to the
Merchants' Exchange to-day: Wheat
received, none ; withdrawn, none ; in
Htcre, 3057 bushels. Corn received,
6996 bBflhclfl : withdrawn, 5780 bush
els ; in store, 100,44 bushels. Oats re
oeived, none: withdrawn, 250 bushels ;
in store, 109,459 bushels.
0 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
-'orriiptndncc lollrlled. Infor.
inntlva vheerfally faralatted.-cgi
Money in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is ai fol
Monday, April 5th, $435,274 67 ;
same day week, f 167,020 17; same
aame dity in 1885 1 351,07013; same day
,;" ' ' ; BALANCBS.
Monday; April 5 h, $65,511 60; same
but week, I&7.213 12; same day 1835,
$01,614 3f; same day in 1885, $73,-
40T T8. ;
, , i r! IXCHANQS. , ,:
New York sight on all points, par
baying, 1 premium selling; Mew
Kogland demand, ) discount baying;
New Englaad sight, J diecoant; New
Orleans, i discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce... 148 bid, 160 asked
Kirst Natioral 140 bid, 147afkd
German Bank. 192 bid, 200 asked
State National. Ill bid, 145 asked
Union and Planterp.,148 bid, lfOat-ked
Mormntilc Bnk....l35 bid, 137 asked
1NUBAN( B STOCKS.
.. .. 70 bid. 75 aeked
-..-100 bid. ... asked
....80 bid, 82 asked
.... 01 bid, 105 asked
98 bid, 100 aeked
...102 bid, 104 asked
16 bid, 19 asked
....100 bid, ... asked
30 bid, 35 aked
V. and C. consols, 7s,.'.. 115 bid. ..asked
M. A U It. tat W1.8S..112 bid, 1 12 asked
Miss. A T.fc.R cs, A, 122 bid, 122 askwl
Miss. & TP.E.E. cs,U,104 bid, 106 asked
Tenn. wts. rer. V 97 bid, 98 aiaed
Shelby Co. bonde 105 bid, ... aske-
Hhs.bv Co. wtfc ...08 rod, 99 asked
Tat. Dfck4,A.,..,'.;...3 bid, 94 aned
Tai.Hiat. 6s 101 bid, 102 asked
Mem Wtor. Lom. to-107 bid, 110 Biked
Mem. Gasttjck..: 7( bid, 78 aiked
MerxL.44a bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Watxr hoods... Jtt bid. ... asked
HammerOiV.'Workg... 55 bid, ... asked
City Oil Workf bid. 45 ssked
Pioneer Cotton Mills .15 bid, 20 asked
Am. Cot Oil trusts 27 bid, ... asked
Mem.City By.bonds bid. ... asked
Nbw Yokb, April 5. Money on
all easy at 1(2 per rent Prime mer
antile iper, 4(5. Sterling ex
ohanfje, 486 fer 60 days, and 487 1 for
Bonds -(JoTtroment bonds were
dull and firm. State bonds were very
dull and steady. Railroad bonds were
very doll: sale, 1995,000. The changes
are irregular and mostly for small
amounts, bnt Peoria, Decntur and
KTansTillo incomes are up 4 , at 69J,
and Oregon' Improvement firsts are
down 3, to W.
-StockarrS cka. ..uontiuue dull awd
fcaturelesa.' There ia no disposition to
trade until 'a more settled condition of
affairs is broagti about.) At the same
time prioes rallied readily on small
dealings, eradicating ; a very "firm under
tone. Thai most active stock was Lack-'
awsna, whw early sold down 1 per
-oent and then rallied to 128. After a
break a little IaU-r in the day to 125j
it rose to 12fJ Vefore. I o'clock on or-JL-rs
lK:lieved to emanate from the
room in which the conference1 of coal
priwidentfl was being held, but there
was a later break to 123 J, and in the
last hour the stock was nearly steady,
closing at 126, a net gain of 1 J. Tjie
other stoeke were very quiet. Dela
ware and Hudson shows a gain of ,
Jersey Central j and Kcailing j. The
fluctuations in the remainder of the
list were wiUiin a narrow range, and
the Vandt.rbilts were somewhat heavy,
New York Central closing with a loss
of and Lake (Shore , but Michigan
Central, en wiles of only 500 shares,
is up at 67. The grangers were un
usually quiet and steady .closing either
unchanged or at small advances.
Southern Pacific ia up 1L at the high
est price it has yet touched, 4i!j.
Evansville and Terre Haute is up 2 per
The total sales ot stocks to-iay wore
2sl, 375 shares, including: Delaware,
Ickawanna and Western, 78,775;
Delaware and Hudr-on, 7170; Krie,
13,5(H); Lake Shore, 46,370; Louisville
and Nashville, 731 -; Northwestern,
4245; New Jersey Central, 3470; New
York Central, 9i2; Pacini Mail,
30,531; Peoria, Decatur and Evans
ville, 4135; Heading, 3'.'00; St. Paul, 17,
8"0; Union Pacific, 163!; Western
Union, 7381; Northern ; Pacific pre
ferred, 7436. Closing quotations:
U. S. Se, 101 New ia. VX.
New a). Pacifio 6 of ISM, 127M
C. P. nrt, 115- T.P. laid aranta, 38.
Erie eeconda. 101S. T. P. Kio O. dir., 5V.
Le'h AWilxee., IK). U. P. fir.U, Utr1.
Lnoiaiana eoo 85. tl. P. land grant, 10SK
Miiiuuri At, 101M. V. P. . fond. 117)4.
St. Jo-eph, 120. Virginia tie, 44.
8t.P.At.C.firt,127f4Vt. con., ex-m. e si.
Tens. 6a, old, 5. Va. ooo. def.. tf7..
lean. 6e, new, 6.
Adams Expreae, 146. Nashville A C, V.
aiiegneqy wu ,
Alton T. II., M
A. A. T. H., pfd.M.
Americm Ex.. W,
B. , O. K.il.,5i.
Canada Pc, 6.iH.
. J. lenirai, iij'h.
Nor. k W.. rfd. .
Northern Pao., 2-V
Northern P.,pld, 66T.
N. Y. C. 4 St. L.,64
Central Paoin. MN.W., pid, 13K
Ch-e-iwa ke A 0. , l'j.N. Central, 1MJ4.
ti. A v., lal ptd, la. unio central, l-j.
C. A O. , 2d UU. 11. Ohio A Misa.. ti'i
C. &A.,)1II. O. A Alias., pld, 90.
C. A A., Pld. Vfi. Ontario A W est . 14.
C , 11. A Q.. !:'. Oregon NaT., vtiv
C.,St. L. A N. O., Oregon Trxns., T.
C. St. L. A P.. II. Oreaon lmi.. 22.
CSt.L. A P., p. ,27. Pnoifio Mail, !A.
0..S. AC .S0H-
'-. ruriRinM. via .
V. iX V.. 47.
Del. A Hud.. IWh.
Del., li A 12i.
Dan. A Rio U. ,14!.
Erie, pfd, 53.
Kaat Tenn., 25k.
Kant Tenn. pld, 5.
Fort Wayne, 148.'
llannioal A St. Jo, -H.
A St. Jo fi,
He. ria. V. A K.,2ffia.
Pullrmin P. C.lllOK.
Hock Inland, 15.
M L. A 8. F., 2J.
St. L.AS. F.,p.,4S.
C. M. A at. P.. S6;.
C M. A St. P..p.,llS.
St. P. M. A M., 115.
M. P. A Omaha, m.
St. P. A O.Vpfd.lOUW.
Tenia Pacifio, Wi
Union I'acilio, 4H';i.
V. B. Expreaa. 01.
W.,St. li. AP.,S?.
W. A F. Ex.. 120.
W. 11. Tel..ti5.
Colorado Coal. 23 i.
Iron Silrer, 200.
Uuiokl-lvcr pfd, 21.
Uouatun A I., 21.
Illinois Cen., m.
Ind. 11. A W..2IH4.
Kanana A T , 2',.
Lake E. AW., 11.
Lake Shore, W!i
l.ou. A Naah.,
Loo. AN. A.,:.
M. A C. 2d Pld,
Mem. A Char., 32.
Mich. Central, Ari.
Min- A St. L..17S.
M. A ct. L., pfd, 42,
Mira. Pae.. W4.
Mobile A O.. 13.
Boston. April 5. The following
table, compiled from special dispatch
es to the Pout from managers of the
leading clearing-houses in tho United
States.shows the gross bank exchanges
at each point for the week ending
Arr.l 3d, in comparison with the
corresponding week in 1885:
New York, 1639,445,000; inc., 53.5.
Boston, 170,777,388; inc., 41.9.
Philadelphia, $53,972,066; inc., 20 9.
Chicago, f4 695,000; inc., 1H.7.
St. Louis, f 12,68 ,453; dec, 18.6.
Baltimore, f 10,840 537; df c , 0 8.
Cincinnati, $8,900,000; inc., 119.
San Francisco, J12.6 8,224 ; inc., 7.5.
Pittsburg, i 6,9-12.571! ; inc., 20 7.
Iymisville, $4,084,315; drc, 5 7.
Milwaukee, $3,392,000; inc., 21.1.
Kansas City, f 4.5S8 300 ; inc., 36 0.
Providence, $3,648,300; inc ,12 2.
New Orleans, $6,521,800; inc., 9 2.
Minneapolis, $2,V!I8,836 ; inc., 23 9.
Denver, $2 9 ,0,031V
Omaha, $2,315,301 ; inc., 19 4.
Detroit, $2,752 279; inc., 23.5.
Cleveland, $2,287,023; inc., 32 8.
Indianapolis, $1,145 063; inc., 6 5.
Columbus, $2,201,750; inc., 55.9.
Memphis, yi,!7j,451; Inc., 16 6.
Hartford, $1,688,494; inc., 24 6.
New Haven, $994 186; ire, 19.2.
Peoria, 1688,4 .'6; dec, 25 6.
Portland, $893,446; ire., 43 6.
Worcester, $796,352; inc., 22.3.
St. Joseph, $808,000; inc., 8.1.
Springfield, $619,068; inc., 0.2.
Syrsctise, $448 7l2; inc , 2 9.
l,owell, $487,000; inc., 33 0
Total, 91.738,074 : inc.. 42 0.
Outside New York, $277,293,074 ;
inc., 23 2.
Denver and Galveston not included
London, April 5. -Consoln, 100 5-10
for money and 100 7-16 for the ac
count. United States bonda, 4s,
Paris, April 5. Three per cent,
rentes, 80f. 50c. for tho account
Nkw Ohi-kans, April 5. Clearings
of the banks, $1,527,349.
Baltimoiis, Mi) April 5. Clearings,
$2,174,297; balances, $268,898.
Boston, Mass., April 5. Exchanges,
$ 3,552,998 ; balances, 11,381,708.
Nkw York, April 5. Exchanges,
$118,899,271 ; balances, $5,536,986.
Chicago, III., April 5. Bank clear
ings for tho day were $8,215,000.
St. Loins, Mo., April5. Bank clear
ings, $2,872,653; balances, $596,179.
Philadelphia, Pa , April 5. Clear
ances, Jtf,S81,299; balances, $1,316,905.
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closed, steady, middling,
le. Sales, 1150 bales, of which 859
were, to exporters and 300 t3 spinners.
Maxr-nm, April 4, 1M
Stock Sept. 1,1885 1,392
Kcce'ved today. 1,082
Received previously... 519,430
Sh'pped to-day. 1946
Shipped previously.... 4 9,754
Stock .running account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week.: ,
Since September 1st
M. and C. R. R
M. and T. R. K
Uand N. R. R.
M. and L. R. R. R,
C.O. and S. W.R. R
L , N. O. and T. R. R
K. C , S. A M. R, R
Wagons and other sources.....
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since SeptemW 1st..
M. and C R R
L. andN.R R
CO. and S.W. R. R,
New Y ork spots opened firm, and
tli3cd firm and 1-166 higher. Kales,
"41 bales. Quotations were as fol
Ordinary ti 6 1(1
Goodordinary...8 . 7 15-16
Low middling...8 13-16 8 J
Middling 91 316
Oood middling .9 11-16 9
Middling fair... 10 11 16 10
Fair -11 10 15-16
New York futures opened steady,
and closed fi'tn n1 3 to 6 points hiah
er. Sales, 52,300 bales. The closing
quotations were as follows :
April - t W$ 91!) .1" a) 9 16
May 9 27(4 9 28
June 9 3!(o)
July 9 47(a) 9.48
9 22 t) 9 23
9 3.Va 9.34
9 41 9 42
9 60 4 9.51
9 5 9.36
9 22(2) 24
9 24 ok 9 25
August - V ('4
rk'ptember... 9 4 Ha 9 43
October 9 27(i 9 2S
November... 0.24(5) 9.25
December... 9 20 4 9 30
January 9.S5 9 3(1
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet and firm, and closed steady and
1-loc higher. Sales, 3000 bales.
7 13 16
8 3 16
G;od ordinary... 7
Low middling.... i
Oood middling.. 9
The New Orleans future market open
ed steady, and dosed and tt'adv and
5 to 6 tiotnls higl-e. Sales, 23U0 bales.
The closing quotations were as fol
lows: Yes erdav.
8 73 8 78
8 87ir 8 88
9.14 n 9.17
9 207a 9.22
8 07 8,'iS
8 95'i 8. ,46
9 09 9 1J
8 78 ai 8 79
881(o 8 82
September... 8 H5(Ti S 97
October 8 87 8.88
November .... 8 83 k 8 8r
December... 8 Si 8 87
DAILY PORT AM INTKKIOB MUtKKTH.
Kec. I Prices
Galveston nom'i. 1139 8Z
N Orleans, firm. 2763 811-16
Mobile fl-m. 3115 8 1 1-10
Savannah, firm. 5:-7j85
Charl'ston quiet. 556,82
Wilm'ton. st'.Iy. 194 Hj
Norfolk.... st'dy. 910 815-16
Baltimore firm. 2202,9 3-16
New York fitm. 118,9 j
Boston .... quiet. 10! 99
Philad'a... dull. 179 716
St. Louis... qnit-t. 2558i
AugtiNta.. q-iie'. 2278, i
Receipts at ports, this day,1886. 16,071
Receipts at ports, this day,1885. 4,363
R'ta U. S.
ports,2 d vf
Ex. Gt. Br
3.329 648 3,362,79.r)i3 333 323
Increase of receipts this vear... 295,807
The Liverpool spot market at noon
was reported business good at harden
ing rates. Sales, 1?,000 "bales, of which
American 8000 bales. Receipts, 10,000
bales, of winch ltUO were American.
The following are the closing quo
tations: uruiuary, tl'x; gouu unu
narj', 4 11 ; low middling, 4 13-16d;
good midilling, 5Jd; middling uplands,
5d ; middling Orleans, 5J. The rise
of l-16d in middling Orleans is at
tributed to increasing scarcity of good
Tlie prict are gicen in pence and 64tht,
thtu: 4 63 meant 4 63 61(.. and 5 01
meant 5 1-64.1
At noon: Liverpool futures, firm.
Quotations w ere as follows : Apnl,4 63d
April-Mav, 4 61(a4 62d; Slay-June,
I 5.1; June-July, 504Ca505d; July-
August 5 045 05d ; August-September,
5 C0(a5 07d ; October-November,
5 02d ; September, 5 07d.
At 2 p.m. : Liverpool futures were
steady; April, 4 621 buyers; April
May, 4 62d buyers ; May-June, 5d
buyers; June-July, 5 OUd buyers;
July-August, 5 05d sellers; August
September, 5 07d sellers; September
October, 503d sellers; October
November, 3 02 J sellers; September,
5 08d sellers.
At 4 p. in. Liverpool futures were
dull and l-64d higher than Saturday.
Closing quotations were as follows:
April, 4 62d sellers; April-May, 4 62d
sellers; May-June, 6d sellers; June
July, 5 02d sellers; July-August, 5 04d
buyers; Augus't-Septeniber, 5 Odd
buyers ; September-October, 5 04d
buyers ; October-November, 5 01 sell
ers; September. 5 07d buyers.
Ft itrk ki:ah.
The following is the record of tho
bils and offers at the Call Board of
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday :
No. 2, white, spot, 39c asked ; April,
391c asked; May, 4'jc asked; June,
42 jc asked; No. 2, April, 37Jc o.t. bid,
:i8ji asked; May, 37Je bid; June, 40c
No. 2, spot, 33 jc o. t. bid ; April. 33Jc
bid, 34c tsk'd; May, 31c bid, 35c
asked; June, 34c bid, 3(lc asked.
April, $14 50 asked; May, $14 50
asked ; June, $14 asked.
Spot.tl 95 asked ; A pril, $ 1 90 asked ;
May, $1 03 asked; June, $2 asked.
Cork White, 47c, mixed, 45c, from
atore; from levee or depot, white, 44s;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in lound lota
white, 42c: mixed, 0j.
- Hay Choice, from atore, 85c j prime,
7580c; prairie, 50c; round lnta from
ievee or depot, choice, $1414 50;
prime, $13t3 50; prairie, $88 50.
Oats Wuite, 40c; mixed, 3Jc,
roDi store; rouDd lots f i otn levee on
track white, .sacked, 37c; mined,
sacked, 35c. . '
Bean From store, 85c per cwt ;
ronnd Joti from levee, $14 75 15 per
Beans Navy, $1 7f2; medium,
$1 601 75; German .wilier, $1 SO
Oobnmbal Standard, $2 152 25;
pearl, $33 25 from atore; 6c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rub Louisona, 46c; Carolina,
67s. , I '
Oatmeal In half-barrel, $33 25
frr m store.
Cbaceed Wheat In half-barrels,
$3 50 from store. '
Fiyora Incirlo; doable extra, $3
3 51; triple extra, $3 653 75 ; fami
ly, $3 75.4; ehoioe, $4 254 35;
fancy, $4 60 4 70; ext'a fancy, $4 90
fTii5; patents $5 255 65; from store,
family, f44 25; choice, $4 25 4 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extia fancy, $5
5 25; patents, $5 506 25.
Hominy and Gbits From store,
Obackiri Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4c; lemon cream crack
era, extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted jumbles, 9c.
' Kansas City, Mo., April 6. Wheat
Hwer; cesh, ftic; May, qniet at 65c;
Jane, 084c bid, C82c asked. Corn
qn:et ; c?h. 27Je bid, 28Jc asked ; May.
28c bid, 28je asked; June, 28b bid,
:'9j; asked. Oata nominal; 27c bid,
27 jc asked.
' New Obleans, L., Aeril 5 Fionr
dull; choice, $4 33; fncy, $4 60;
extra fancy, $4 9.1; Minnesota and
wi.iter wliHt patents, $5 40. Coin un
settled; mixed, 45c; yellow, 46c. Oite,
seaily; choice We,tm, 3940o.
Cornnifst quiet, $1 90. Hay qtr.et,
ttt steiidf ; prime, i.63;17; eh-jice,
$17 50 18 50.
I)MiN, April 5. The Mark Lant
Exjyrem, in it leview of tlie Biitl h
grain trade during the j at week,
tays: Trade in na ive lit a s in Lon
Con is very much depressed; ia the
provinota tb markets are irregular.
I he sales of Enaiiau wheat during the
week were 61,24) quarters at 3'.)a 5d,
51 983 qnrrtera at 32a 5d during the
corrrp, mding week last year. Flour
U freeiy dehverod. Price l are main
tained, however, owing t the in
creased consnmptina ariing from the
scarcity of vegetables. Barleya are in
the buyers' lavor. Trade in foreign
wheat is without feature; sellers are
firm and buyers are apathetir. Amer
ican mixed corn on Frii'ay sold at 20s
ex st i(. Beans and piastre 61 lowtr
One cargo arrived; two caroaawere
sold, fjnr were withdrawn and one
remained. Trade forward is fairly
bripk. Several cargowef California
wheat brought 35a 6J30a per qar
ter. The market to-day was very
slow. Foreign wheats were firmly
held, but the demand asslow. Other
artiilas were q not bu', steady.
St. Lotus, Mo., April 6. Flour
dull atul unchanged. Wheat dc
nioialiEid, weak anddwidedly !ow'r,
co-ir.g lj(521c lower than atuidy ;
No. 2 red, casn, 85(-0is; May. 85 :
87J , closing t 66c; June, MiS8C,
iloaiDgat.'-OjR; July, 84J81 j,;, djt
ii)gat81J'; August, 83(, 84 ii, closiug
at 83. Corn dull, but irregular, near
futures higher j more deferred lower;
No. 2, mixed, cah, 3Hi3jc; April,
3333ji closing 33J; May, 34J14jc,
1 1 sing 34c Oats dull aud weak,
cloriig under Saturday; No. 2,
ui-xeJ, caaii, 29Jc; April, 28Jc; May,
19J. Ryo a'eady at C9Jo. Barley
very dull and nominally unchanged.
Hay quiet and unchanged; seed
higher at $1 10. Bran wak, 60c.
Onuinta! steady, $1 851 90. Re
Cripta-Flour, 2000 brls; wheat, 10,01 0
lm; corn, 108,000 bu; oats, 22,000 bu;
rye, 1000 bu; bailey, 2C00 bu. Shipments-Flour.
18.000 brls; wheat,
3000 bu; com, 17,000 bu; oa's, 17,000;
AfU'inoon hoard -Wheat wuik and
ls lower. Corn easy, 1c lower. Oata
Chkaoo.Ill, April 5 The pres
sure to sell wheat was very urgent at
the opening on 'change to-day, and
continued so throughout I he entire
setsion. Thete were afew ta'es at the
opening at 8 ,0, but the market fell off
qu'ckly to 79,(1, ro;,eto79jo, but broke
ufffgtin to 79j , and at 79 9-16c at the
close of the tegular beard and finished
st the same figure! in the afternoon.
The failure of a giain Urn at Duluth
agisted the weakntst, while rumors
tf increasing labor troubles ai-.d Ike
weather for the growing crop were
also ued as "oear" argument!. After
regular trading bouts May wheat sold
on the "curb' at 79c,the lowest price
tt which the option has been qmted
for the year. There was a f jrlher de
clite in corn and OBts, iho price of No.
2 corn d clini n g to 33 Jc in the sf tern icn
Flour dull, easy, but with nochatige
in quotations. Wheat Wi ok and
lower; closed lc lower than Saturday.
Sales ranged : April 74175Sc closed
at 743c; May, 79jf80jri, closed st
79 9-163: June, 81if81 lc. cloaed at
81 6-lOu; No. 2 spiiog, 74J77Jc;
No 3 spring, 67b9j. Corn qu el
aud easier, owirg to Increasing reports
and the weakness in wheat. Cash
33J36ic; April. 33J34c, closed at
33Jc; May, 37J38Jo, closed at
37 15-16c; June, 38J38 3 16c, cloned
a', 38J ) Oats, trading brisk with
values lower ; cash, 28jc; May, 30
30 jo, dosed at 30c; June, 30(30g,
closed at 30 5 16c. Rye dull; No. 2,
65J50c. Barley nominal ; No. 2, 60c.
Flaxseed easier; No. 1. $1 06 Rs-ceipts-Flour,
11,000 brls; wheat, 17,
600 bu; corn, 101,000 bn ; oati, 52,000
b ; rye, 2000 bu ; barley, 42,000 bu.
Shipment Flour, 11,(00 bils; wheat,
8000 bu; corn, 21,000 bn; oats, 29,
COO bu; rye, KOO bu; barley, 15,000
Akrnmrn lion rd. Vf hea t n n cb an ged .
Corn lower ; M y cloted at 37 ja. Oats
weaker; May, 29 1316c.
BuTTEB-Creamtsry, 3435c; dairy,
l'20c; butterine, 13(aloc; country,
12J'al8c, aex'ording to condition.
CiiKEBB Prime Hats, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12Jc; Y. A.,
Muss Pork Old, $10 per barrel;
new, "HI perlmrn-1; Btigttr-cured hams,
packed, 9J9jc; breakfast bacon, 7j
9c ; clear rib bacon, 016 Jc.
Bulk Pouk Clear sides, 6c; clear
rib sides, 5jc; long clear, 5gc; shoul
Lard Tierces, 66Jc; half-barrels,
668c; kegs, 6i6Jc; bucketa, 6J
6c; half-buckets, 663c; 60-lb tins,
6J6Jc; 20-lb tins, l6c ; 10-11) tins,
626Jc; 5-lb tins, 6J6jc; 3-lb tins,
6!6Ic ; choice kettle, tierces, oiuc.
Fhkhii Meats Beef-G(kx1 Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77C;
cows and heifers, tlje ; mutton, 8J
9c; lambs, ; pork 6e.
Pms-KKKT lirls, $88 00; nall-oris,
New Orleans, La , April 5. Hng
products dull. Pork, $10 37 j ; Lard
lefineJ tierce, 5Jc. Bulk meats
shoulders. 3.95o ; long clear, f jc;olear
rib, 6j?c. Becon shoulders, 4cj
long clear, 62 ; clear rib, 6c.
Cincinnati, O., April 5 Pork qniet
and firm; $9 87J. Lard in fair de
mand : t.f85 59c. Bulk meatsqalet;
shoulders, 3j3; short nb 4jc. Bacon
firm; shoulders, 4Jc; shott rib, 6 05c;
ahort clear, 6Jc. Bat'er firm ; North
weetein exlia creamery, 3435c; gord
to prime creamery, 2530sj good
prime dairy roll, 1012c. Kggs firm
at 1 lc. Cheese firm ; prime to choice
cured Ohio facte ry, 9c.
St. Louis, Mo., April 5 Provisions
only fairly active, but firm and higher.
Pork, $10. . Lard firm, 5 82J5.85c.
Bulk meats etiong; loose lota lor g
clear, 5 30c; short ribs, 6.40c; abort
clear,, 5 33c; bored lots long clear,
5.30a ; abort ribs, 5.40c ; short clear,
5.60 s. Bacon strong; long clear, 5.80c;
ahort ribs, 6.905 95c; short e'ear, 6
6.10s. Hams firm, 81H$c. Butter
steady and firm : creamery, 2732c ;
dairy, 1828c. Eggs firm at 9Jc. . .
Chicago, Imi April 5- Me pork
unsettled ; prices ruled 7J10c lower
early, rallied 12J15c, and cloed
atady : cash.Sa 409 45; May,?9 37J
9 52 J, closed $9 52 J ; June, $9 4 9 62.
closed at $' 60(a 9 62. Lard eteidy,
with a fair demand; taih, 5 95c; May,
5.9otic, closed at 5 97jSc; June,
66ij2ic, closed at 6 02Jc. Boxed
mea'a steady; dry la'ttd ehou'ders,
3 853.90a; Bhort rib aides, 6J
5 40c; short clear sides, 5.6':5.70b.
Butter tontirued to rule firm; cream
ery, 2 j33c; dairy, l-26c. Eggs. 10
Corras-Common, 88Jc; ordica-
APRIL , 18SG.
ry, fK9e; p'ime Rir, Uc; choice
to fancy, MJ13)c; old eovtrnment,
2325; Ceylon. 20c.
Soap SJWi" per ponnd.
SuaAR-Piir,. w. c. ahite, 6T6jc;
Cff white, 6:(.?6Je; y, How, BJ6je;
onen kettle, 4i(i,'je; retined A,
6Jc; granula ed, 6)7c; powdered,
7j; cut loaf. 7J
Salt $ I 20.l 30 per barrel; sacks,
fine, $1 t0; e arse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 27c; car loads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
MoLABa lonisiana, common to
fair, L030.i: prime to choice, 30,4(V;
svrnp, 20IOc; romnuin to fair, 20:4
25c: nnme to choice, 3(i3c ; centrif-ug-.tl
IVbaox'j Common, Il-ir.ch, 27
30c: other gr'dea and styles, 2f28c
Snuff-Garrttt's, $10 83 per oiu;
Ralph's. $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies 'ticks all sites, iu boxes,
pails aud barrels. 78c.
Canhles Full wetight, 10J10Jo.
CANNKnGoons. Kto Prices pet doi
en: Pineapples. $1 S51 65; peaches,
2-lr. standard, $1 3:1 50; seconds,
$1 15l 25; tmiatoes, 2-!b, standard.
$1 10; 3 lb, $1 35; strawberrier, $1 40
1 60; raspberries, $1 15(il 25; black
berries, $11 15: areengagea, $1 60
1 75; pears, $22 25; plume, $1 60(
1 70; asparsgus, $2 604; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $12 25; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75(i)
1 85; cove nysteis, bght weight, l-lb,
65c; cove oyeters, light weiaht, 2-11),
$1; condensed milk Crown, $6 90;
K.itilu, $7 75; Swiss, $6.
Baltimore, Mi, March 5. Coflee
etc ady a d qivet; Rio eirgoes, ordi
nary to f.dr, 8l8jo.
Saktcs, April 3. Coflew receipts
during the past week. SO.O'O bairn;
purchases for the United Slates, 26.000
hags; clearances f r the United State,
14,000 laze; stock, 250,000 bags.
New York, April 5. OofiVe Op
tions a shade stronger, hut qui t ; r-al.'S,
850.)bgs; Aeril, 7 107 15c: May,
7 15k" June, 7.C5u; An nut to Decem
ber, 7.10c. Sugar quiet aid steady;
refined dull; vedo, 4J4jn; pow
dered, 6 6-l(t(" (ijj. Molasses dull.
Rif) lE Janbir-, April 3. Coffee
regular Us', 4350 reis per
10 k,ls; good second, 3650 reis,
B-reipts during the past week, 61,
000 bags; purchases for the United
Si a'es, 62 0C0 baus; clearances for the
United et ttes, 45,000 bsgs; stock, 33V
New Orleans, La , April G. Choiee
sugar-cured hams a'. 99Jc. Codes
quiet but steady; R'o cargoes and
common to prime, tlj10c. Rice in fair
demand ; Louisiana ordinary to prime,
4J5Jc. Sugar in light demand, but
holders firm; open-kettle, strictly
prime, 4Jc; prime, 4o; centrifugals,
choice white, 6c; off whit, 5 13 16
52c; choice yellow clarified, 5 13-16c:
seconds, 4'ijc. Molasses quiet and
weak; open-kettle, good prime to
striitlv prime, 32c; prime, 2022c;
centrifugals eader; prime to strictly
Havana, April 5. Sugar Owing
to ur f ivora'ile r.ews from abroad, the
market clo ed quiet; a firm tone wis
maintained, however, owing to ppe:u
lative purchases. Molars ?s sngar,
regular ti gcod polarlxiticn, $22 25
gold, per quintal : muscovado, fuir to
t oid refining, 85 ti 92 polariiatiou,
$2 0 (i2 25; centring!, 92 to 96 po
ldiiznion, $2 562 91. fltocks in
warehouse at Huvana and Mataritia,
19,500 boxes, 534,000 bags and 12,5011
hhds. Receipts for the week, IIOOO
boxes, 82,000 brg and 4100 blids. ,Kx
ports for the week : 450 boxes, 22,500
bags and 3700 hhds, of which 2000
bags and 25U0 hhds to the United
Ai'PLBfl Apples, $23 from store;
$1 602 25 per carload from levee
or depot. Dried apples, 34 per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
4c Irom store.l "m..TZT.:
Potatoes Potatoes. $1 752 25 from
store ; tl 601 75 per car loud from levee
or depot. Sweet potatoes, $2 602 75
per brl. Peas,$l 501 7o per bushel.
Vegetables Onions, $2 753 25
from store ; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbaire. $1 75'a 3 25 ner crate
Kraut, Jlrarrels, $5550; half-barrels,
n 75M3. Garlin, 40(60c icr 100,
Tarnips, 50c per bushel.
Fruit O.anges, Louisiana, none
flonds, none; Messina, 93 o04 per
box; Imperials, 55 50 per box
Lemons, $4 50(?5 per box. Ba
nana'. $1 753 per bunch. Cottia
nuts, $4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia,
7jc; Tennessee, farmer's itock, 34c;
roasted, 'jc hiner; st elled, 10c. Al
I'icl'Les - In lire, pint, 95c; quarts
$1 50; lislf-uallorip, $2 75; gallons,
$3 75; loose, banuls, $6; hulf-barrels,
$3 50; nnxeJ, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
hali-barrelr', $0."'; ' J2
Raisins lymdon layers, $3 40; lay
erK, $2 75; California, ; Imperial,
Walnuts French, 12c ; Naples, 15c ;
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c
Cider Missouri, $77 60 per bar
rel and $44 60 per half barrel; Vine
gar, ll16c ptr ga Ion.
Poultry Turkeys, per dozn, $12
18, chickens, good demand. $33 75;
dressed turkeys, scarce, 1518c per
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for large; Arkansas,
35u. ( 1
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. J,
$6; No. 2, $3 2.3; No. 3, $2 75; 10 lb
kit. No. 1, 80c; No. 2, 70c; 15-lb. No.
3, 60u. Dry herrings, family, 30c per
box: ' '
Gamk Venison, whole, 35c, sad
dles, 68j; bear, 68o: wild turkeys,
5t)75c; ducks, $34; tquirrels,
75c i quails, 75c fl ; prairie chickens,
$5; game flab, 11 12c.
Eoos firm lie.
i. MfrwH-MKKai Ull KT!.
Heed Delivered a depot and wbarf,
$8 per ton; on hank of river (f. o. b.
boat), $6; wagon at mills, $8 Meal
Prime (f. o: b.',) $16 per ton. Iess tban
car-load lota $1. From Store, 90c per
sack: Cake Nominal; $16 per ton.
Oit In cardoad lots,1 prime, 'crude C.
S. oil.'231240; prime aummer yel
low.26j27c; off-summer yellow, 25J
26Jc; miners',' c; choice cooking
summer yellow, 2830o. , . .'( ;- ,
New Ohleans, April 6. Cotton-seed
products in light demand, but holders
firm; prime crude oit delivered, 21 j
22c; mimniet yellow, f. ' o. h., 27 J
28 J ; coke and riuial, 39120jc.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lotfl, 11c per gallon.
Pittsbiko, Pa., April 5. Petro
leum fairly active but firm; National
Transit certiiicates opened at 72c. and
closed, 73fc; highest price, 73jc; low
est, 71. c.
HOBHCH AND MILKS.
HoiwEH-Good driving, $150225;
good saddle, $140,'? .'100 ; pi tigs, $3580 ;
good mares, $85140.
Mui.ES-l4jto 15,$110135; 15 to
15J, $125140; 15J to 16, $14()175.
Coot! demand; supply fair.
W II INK T, Win KM, LiqUORS, ETC.
Wiiisky Straight Kentncky Bour
bon, $1 006; rye,$l 756; domestic,
Wik3 Ameritaa ex ra, qts, $7;
pt, $8; Piper HeWsier-k, qs, $23: n1', j
$27; Momra's extra dry, qts, $28 50;
rts, $:U)f0; Roederer, qis, 29, pte,
$11; Ventre (liq'iot, qt, $31; p's, $33;
clare', qts, $'t otx.il2 50; $1 extra for
pints; imported Rhine wine, $78,
l's; Catawba, swret, 9.kl 25 pi r
gallon; Ct'awha, dry, $1 1 1 25 per
gallon: ('li'awlia, we', t .jlKnjS per 1
eK; Ca'awtia, i"v, $1-5 per ce;
Cilifornia wine.-, f l(-i 1 50 i er gullun:
importer? port, $1 i(l(.'ti: imuortid
iherry, $1 6lK""iC; imported a'e (Burke'a
bottlery), pta, $1 S3; uU, j3; Angos
tnra bittern Dtn, $16 3o; champagne
cider, Qta, $3 23W3 ,30.
CmcAtio, April .3. Whisky btea.lv
St. IiOt'ia, April .3. Whisky steady
at $1 10.
Cincinnati, April ft. Whisky
firm at $1 10. Sales of 1223 barrels
finished gootls on Uiia basis.
ApollinarU. qs,$7 08;pts,$ll 50;
selusr ti er, qw, tK.?ti o.
1IIIK AMU HII.TKT.
Hinxa Dry flint, RtaMtlj; dry salt,
1012 i; green salt, 78c; green, 5
6n; deerskins, ltt'okl8; hanter-l a i
died coon tkuia, each, 20 5J.:;eountry
coon skins, 103tc; uiink, 10va.'iJc;
mnakia', 610i': ot'er, $15; len-,
$l(i5; beaver. MV$1; wtl icat, 20( '
40c; fox, 2575o; ekunk, 2575u.
Beeswax, 18(a21u; t illow, 45o.
The following are the wholesale
prices of lumber in this market:
L.Tlls-l'eiplar,$l .30; cypress, 12 50;
Poi'i.ait 1 111., lstainl I'd clear, $2.3;
1J and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $2.3;
eoiiiiiion liiiaril, 0;il2 50; siding
strips, lx(i, face liieasuie, 1st and 2d,
322: dressed, 1, I j and 2 in., 1st and 2d,
$:l(l(.i ;I5 1 e iiiiiiiiini di-essed, I in., $14
TlMinoi- Poplar, !?-3('i49; cypress, $.3
(.?!; I'ottiinwiHid, $2(!3: gum, ;! iA
3 50; oak, V3(S; ai.li, $ti(n'.S; black
( orroNH'ooi) I to 3 in. null run.
rlllls nut, $IOi II.
Kkii Gt ms-2ls, $18 iil!, nominal;
1 KM.ow Pink -I, U and 2 in., 1st
and 2d,$2024; divssed, $;H); llooriug,
5 and 8 in., $2.; tliMrrmg, 3 and 4 111.,
50; 2d Mooring, $22 50; heart step
lumber, $3(K'iVI0; J ceiliiut, $25: I ceil
ing, $22 50; ceiling, "Q " ' 1
sii-lst and 2d clear, I to 3 111..
$2tMi'23; comiimii, $ll(,rl3 .30.
( M'ltKss -I. . and 2 111.. lsl and 2d
clear, $23 25; enininon, $15; feneiiur,
1x6, ltift., $1.3.
Shiniilks-No. I, sawed or shaved.
$4 2.3; sawed or shaved sups, $:!.
Itl.AlK WALMT-lMt lllld 2it, I, 14
and 2 in , $05 a 7.3; eommon, $:Vi 5O0
40; culls, $18(5)25.
Oaic-1 to 4 in., Island 2d, $2022;
coinmotl, I and 2 111., $8(U2.
1.1 v srui H,
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
!H)0 to 10.30 iMitinds, 44jc; good, 3J
c; ciioicn grass-ieu, oit .jc ; good, a
3Jc; fair to medium, 2j2c; cum-
mon, U2c, 1
Hons Choice, 3J4c; good, 3l0rt
3jc; coinmon, 33Je.
SilKKC-Cholce, 4fn-44e; UU'dlum, 3
3Je; common, $11 50.
Cincinnati, 0., ; April 5 IW1
firm; common to light, $3 354 25;
packing and butchers, $4 104 65.
Receipts, 1169 bead; shipment, 463
Kansas City, Mo., April fi. The
J .ive Slock Indicator reports : Cattle
receipts, 741 head; shipments, none;
shipping alow and weak; butchers'
steers and tows firm feeling; steers
quiet; choice to fancy, $5 105 30;
fair to good, $4 605 , . common to
medium, $44 50; etockfirs and feed
er, $3..04 20: cows, $2 503 30,
Ilcg) 1 jceii-t ', 36)1 head ; shipments,
rone; steady; good to choice. $4
4 10; common to medium, $3 6-3 90;
skitis and pigs, $2 3 65. Sheep re
ceipt), 1552 head; shipments, none;
Blri'iigAr; good to chohe, $4 255 20;
common to medium, $22 36,
Ciin ago, III., April 6. The Dro
vrrt' Journal reports : Cattle receipts,
5800 head; shipment, 1200 head;
market steady ; shipping steers, 960 to
1500 pounds, $46 65; ttockers and
feeders, $2 80 1 50; cowa, bulls and
mixl,i24 30 ; bulk, $2 763 25 ; Tex
anr, $3 854 60. Hogs receipts, 22,
000 head; shipments, 8000 be ad; mar
ket irenerally ateady ; rough and mixed,
$3 90(5)4 35; packing ami shipping,
$4 3I)4 60; light, $3 904 35; skips,
$.'i(ir)3 90. Sheep-receipts, 1600 head ;
shipment', 8000 head; market t-t'ong;
natives. H36: Texans, $2 754 25.
The Itnnvrx Journal special IJver
pool cable reporti: Cattle ljo higher;
best American tiers, 13Jc per pnnnil,
DHY WU4I DIAHHirr,
New Yoiik, April 5. With many
seleet'ons of a iriiseellanedus char
acter, but small quantities were called
for by ull market. Agents have a
fair to good businers in a quiet wav.
The weather has been agp.inst the
jobbing and retail tra le.
FOR BALK AT
B. LOWENSTEIN & BllOS.',
AtraH Ier Slniphta. feaiat.
IAIK TUIIH ATfKMTinN to tba
uaortmeat u aainplea fur Hralna and
Puminr wnar, which I hav Jut ra,-etiad
ra tba ClothlDi-OrJtor Daparimaatof -
1 Thl boana 4o tha lartat Mall-Order
Cloth I na l)gia ta the world. Fionaer In
working out tha Idea, it haa woe a areat aae
eeae hj acrupolous care la fillirig the ordert
of unaaen cuatomera.
The p eaent aeaaon marki a new era li
thia deiiartraent of their buaineea. the mean
lo of which la even better aervtee, eieon
live and meabaotoal. Thla, with the lo
nrieea, lane choice of materlala, and ami.li
aaranUe of ooroi'lete aatufaetlon, ahould
aire me a drat claim en jouf ordere.
. TIION. It4XIOH'II.
' ' 15 WaatCnarUftreet. .
artl.THIS EAI.TH.-Da. B. 0
11 ui ad. . Nmvi amd lt.Aia Tea ath any.
a auaranteed apecioo for Hyeterie, ntael-
ne.a. vonTuienn-r, wwf. Hi.rii.i-
(ia, Headache, Nerve Proatratlon, caed
by the oae o( aioukol or tbaeco: Wake
fulneaa, Mental Depreaalon, Sattenlnaof the
Drain, rtKuUini in Inianity and le..'tnito
mlaerr,deoay and death: Premature in
Age, Barrenneaa, Loaa of rower in either
. Inoluntarr Leaaea and Sierniatpr
rhea, oa. bj oer-eertion ni the brain,
elf-abuieoroarrlndulgenoe. Bach bpioon
Ulna one montu treatment. II a box, oi
aix boiea (or 15, aeni be mail prepaid, on
reoeipt of prloe. We guarrntre Six Boxel
to oure any eae. With each order reoeivod
by na for ail boxoa, aeeoiopanied with -.
we wili aend the puroheaer our written
uarartoa to refund the money if the treat
ment diver -ot effect a tjnra. Oriarentoea
Urrned only b A KKNKKHI A CO.. DriU
igti, Ueatpali, Ttaa.
RIVERS A3,P' STEAMBOATS,
MTKAMa KM t .iaii
Arkanaaa Rirar..Joa Parias. S p.m.
St.Franria Kirer Ham Maoanet, (p.m.
Cincnnati Jama W. Oay. la.aa.
Yiekiburi Citt orCaiio, 10 a m.
M. Liu a AtcaKBaa Citt, Sp.ra
New Orleana....M;iTr erf Natcbi, I a m.
r'imri l'itint.....Ci)iao, 6 p.m.
White KiTer.....Cu:ciaaaw, t p.m.
Cacoula Pin Adah. J p.m.
ArkaniaaCHr.KaTI Aoaita. 5 p.m.
Tii'tonvil la ......() atoso, 6 p.m.
MOTKMI'.KTN ATTIIK LKVKR.
An wait. Pari O. ltrown New Or
leans; llelle Memphis, Vikburg;
City cf Haton Kouge, New Orteana;
Kate Adams, Arkansas City; Coaho
ma, Friars I'oint; Joe l'eiters, Arkan
sim riTr; I Van Adams, Onoeola' (iay
oho, Tipton ville; Citv of Providence,
St. I.oiiih; James W. (ialf, Cintinnati;
t-hickasaw, WliiUs river
IhpartHret. Paris C. Brown, Oinciiir
niiti; Bh-IIo Memphis ami (Jty ot
ltnton Uouge, 8t. Ixtnis; (iiiyoso, Tip
tonville; Dean AdnniH, (MHKla; City
of Providence, Vieksbitrg; Coahoma,
Kriars Point; Kate Adam, Arkanaaa
iicafa an J'ort. Joe IVtem, Jame
W. tin 11, Uene Mae'ready and Chickv
7hi(ji lkiim. Charles Morgan,
City of Cuirii nn. I City of Natrhea.
'.itji lhtt f 'p. Charles P. Choute-aa
mid Arkansas City.
llelle Meinphis-75 hxs leiamns.
t'lty of Haton Kongo OJ tons nrer
eliiimlise. City trf l'ruviilenee -UK) pkgs iner
I'handiw I ean Ailimis -14 bales cotton, l tl
hk Heeilail.t 10 pkg auuilries.
(iaycwii 23 bales cotton, 203 sks
seed, 826 nks rum ami 10 lid hogs.
Kate A.Iiiiiih- :)4 bales cotton, 2tt
nliM need, I Iioi-hc and 116 pkgs sun
ilrieH. Conlioimt -45 baU'H cotton, 5:17 sa
seed, 7 bales iiiotes, 0 brls oil, 4 hd
cattle and 22 pfgs sundricH.
Joe Peters (lii'niiglit out of Arkansas
rlvev) - 101 bales cotton. 13 bga eed .
cotton and 20 pkgs Hiindriee.
IITI'IIK II OV KM K 11 M.
Thr Kenee Macreadv, Capt. t). JC.
Joplin, is the packet this livening ai
5 o'clock for St. Francis river.
Tut Iw Line packets to-morrow
evening are the Coahonia for Friara
Point and the I Van Adams for Oi
eeoln. Tun Chickasaw, Capt. Rd C. Postal,
is the packet to-morrow evening at 5
o'cUwk for White river, tj M. Postal
and A. Hanksiiillh are tier clerks.
Tiik City of Cairo, Capt. Khep Light
tier, is the Anchor Lino packet this
morning nt 1(1 o'clock for Vickabury;
and the bends. J. C. F.lton ia her
Thb ArkitiiKiiM City, Cnpt. II. W. .
Ilrolnski, is the Anchor Line packet
this evening at 8 o'clock for Cairo and
St. Ixnii.. W, II. Pritc.hartt ia her
Tiik (iayowi, Capt. W. P. Hall, is the
liacket 1 liursiliiy evening at oo clock
lor Hale's I'oint, Tiptonville and all
way landiiigK. Jesso I'. Walt is her
Tub Joe Peters, Cnpt. K. 11. Smith,
is the packet this evening at 6 o'clock,
(or all nointa on Arkansas river, going
through to Pine Itlull. Chas. MuhI
innn has charge of her oflleo. - ' '
Tiir Anchor Line steamer City of
Natchcx, (.'apt. II. K, ltiaby, will pass
down this evening at 4 o'clock for Now
Orleans and nil intermediate laa 'ings.
Henry K. (!orbyn ia her clerk.
Tiik Kate Adama, Cant. Mark R.
Check, is the regu'ar United NUtei
mail packet thin evening at 5 Vclock
for Helena, Arkansaa City and all way
landings. W. V. Itlanker Is ia charge
of lie-r olllw. . , ,1 ' .
Tut ureal excursion aUarner Cliaa.
Morgan, , Capt. (i. Wash Tliongpsxin,
win passtiown at an early hour this
morning for New Orleans Ind at) in
termediate r points. Chan. Charch aud
Henry Miller are her t-lcxka.
Tiik Jami W. GafT. Capt. Jekn 8.
Jones, is the packet thia evening at 6
o'clock for Cairo, Ismisville, Cincin
nati and all way landings on the Uhlo
river. II. C. liruco uinl Iw Ilrigga
are her cleras. The tian will give
cheap rates to till points North and
Kant. 1 '
, Buhinkss fair. :
TuaChsrlea P. Chouteau is dne Op,
bin ml lor tt. Lonia. . '
Tiik I.'e Line packets were In and
out yesterday with fair trips.
Tin Hells Memphis nased up early
yesterday morning fur Kt. Lonll. i
Th iVHniet got BTsy Sunday morn
ing tor White river with a good trip.
Tiik Par's O. Urown punned op early
Sunday n.orning for Cincinnati with a
Tub river here Sumds31 feel feet and
2-10th on the gunge, a rise of 1 foot
in the last 21 hours. ' "
Cait. K W. Wie Superintendent
of the Memphis and Ohio Itiver Pack
et Line, is in the city. v.-f
Rkcmi'is by river yeste-rday, 101
bales of cotton, 2i) bags of seed-cotton
and 1111 Hacks of sod. ' , . ;J
Tub John A. Wms1 with a tow of
empty coid barges, pa'd up yester
day evening for the Ohio rlver.
"Tua'Smoky Cityand J. 8,'lltrcer,
with tows of coal, passed down yester
day morning for New Or lean a. ..,,
Tiik City ul Providence passed down
Sunday morning f.ir Vickebnrg.. Hhe
discharged here 100 t:ns ol freight
and added 15 tons. . - . . in : i
Tin City of Baton Kongo passed op
at an e arly hour Wunday morning for
St. Louia. Hhe discharged here 60 tons
of freight, principally tnfm and no
lasses. - , . .tt
TuaOayoao arrived Monday -night
from the opper bends with 33 bales
cotton, 03 sacks seed, 820 laoka corn,
10 head hog, and returned agaia last
evening with a fair trip. .
Vu ksiioik Hernld, 4b: "Mr. iitll
Hickey will have his American Oil
Mill whaifbnat towed down by one oi
the valley boats abont Toetday. She
will have a eargo of 700 tons ol teed.
: Blver TeUaranta.1''
PrrTBBCao.April 5. Noon Rlwr IS
feet on the gangs and rising. Weather
cloudy and raining. '
Wbiilino, April 5. Soon Biver
18 feet on the gaoge and falling.
Weatber eloody and cold.
GimniaHATi, April 5. Noon Blvei .
rising, with 53 feet 8 inchea on tha
gauge. Weather cloudy and cool ; ther
mometer 36. ,
Evansvilli, April 6. Noon Klv:
rising, with 31 feet 5 inchea on the
gauge. Weather cloudy and cool.
Louisvii.Lk, April 5. Noon Rive
rising:, with 29 feet 0 inches In the.
canal and 27 feet 7 inchea on the lalla.
Business dull. Weather clondy aad.