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FLMCE AD C0M31ERCE.
MONEY 8 PER CENT., NEff YO
EXCHANGE 1-4 PEEMICM.
Cotton Quiet Mlddlinir, 8 7 8c
hales Yesterday, C50
The money market remains quiet
at 8 per cent for bankable paper. ' Lo
cal securities steady. The cotton mar
ket yesterday, in the absence of ad
vices from Liverpool, where holiday
was observed, was steady bat inac
tive ; sales, 650 bales. The ew York
spot market closed steady at un
changed quotations. Of the future
market C. L. Greene & Co.'s cotton
report says: "A large percentage of
the business has been confined to ex--hanging
May for the latter months,
but the undertone of the market was
pretty firm and a gain of 45 paints
well maintained at the close." At New
Orleans spots closed quiet and
firm, quotations unchanged, fu
tures steady and 4 to 6 points
higher than Thursday, since which
day there has been no maiket. May,
Receipts here yesterday, 411 bales;
total this season 527,800 bales, against
421 ,204 for same period last year. Stock,
In the general market there are no
changes of note. Kgjs easy at 11c.
Ten bris apples, 15 brls beans, 87
pkgs butter, 371 pkgs bacon, 49 pkgs
boots and shoes, 2489 bu corn, 110
sks co (lee, 2 cars cotton seed, 1340 sks
cotton-seed, 50 brls cotton-seed oil, 105
pkgs dry goods, 137 pkgs eggs, 2418
brls flour, 077 bales hay, 29 pkgs hats,
15 hd hogs, 43 hd sheep, 31 hd cattle,
25 hd horses andmules, 3S1 pkgs lard,
160,1)00 ft lumber, 70 pkgs liquors,
164 brls meal, 14 brls mola;ses, 825
kegs nails, 4000 bu oats, 1 brl
onions, 1057 brls potatoes, 17 cars
pork sides, 585 br.s sugar, and 376
ELEVATOR BE PORTS.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to the
Merchants' Exchange to-day: Wheat,
none received ; withdrawn, 2067 bush
els ; in store. 997 bushels. Corn re
ceived, 2403 bushels; withdrawn, 5940
bushels; in store, 107,322 bushels.
Outs received, none ; withdrawn, 120
bushels; in store, 1956 bushels.
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
arCorrpBdrnc solicited. Infol
illation cheerfully fns-nlatsed.-cej
Money in pond demand at 8 percent
The Clearing-House report is as fol
Monday, April 26th, $271,537 26;
same time last week. $221,260 77; corre-
nnnnfiinff iimAin inni.i4ii.n.i iz;rnr-
reeponding time in 18S4, $139,852 06.
Monday, April 26tb, $62,567 12;
same time last week, $36,126 70; cor
responding time in 1885, 23,776 18;
- corresponding time in 1884, $24,718 53.
New York sight on all paints, par
buying, J premium selling; New
England demand, t discount buying ;
New England sight, J- discount; New
Orleans, i discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce. ..148 bid, 150 asked
First National 145 bid, 155 asked
German Bink 192 bid, 200 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters..! 48 bid, 150 asked
Mercantile Bank. ..135 bid, 137 asked
Home 70 bid, 75 asked
Bluff City- 100 bid, ... asked
Peoples 80 bid, 82 asked
Planters 101 bid, 105 asked
Phcenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 104 asked
Vanderbilt- 22 bid, 24 asked
Hernando 1G0 bid, ... asked
Arlington .. 30 bid, 35 asked
Factors-. - 20 asked
M. and C. consols, 7a. ..115 bid,. ..asked
M. & L. R. 1st m.8j..tOS bid, 112Bked
Miss. &T.U,R.cs,A, 121 bid, 122 asked
Mies & T.K. R. w,B, 104 bid, 10(5 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 07 bid, 98 asked
Shelby Cj. bonds... 106 bid 1071 asked
Tax. Dint. 4, 6s 93 bid, 94 asked
Tax. Dist. 6i 101) bid, 102 asked
Mem. 8tor.Com.Co.109J bid, 11 la ked
Mem. Gas stock 75 bid. 77 a?ked
Mem. Gas band's 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds... ..96 bid, ... aBked
HananerOil Works... bid. 50 nominal
City Oil Works bid, 45 asked
PioneerCotten Mills... 17 bid, 20 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trusts-...29 bid, 31 asked
Mem. City Cy. bonds hid, ... asked
New York, April 26. Money on call
easy at 12 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper, 45. Sterling exchange
lull but steady at 486 J for 60 days and
4S8 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
very dull and steady. State bonds
were active and steady. Railroad
bonds were quiet. Sales $1,118,000,
with changes of small fractions.
Stoc k s Stocks opened dull and gener
ally ashade lower. The extreme fluctua
tions of the day were less than 1 per ce it.
and in many cases not more than .
A very general opinion prevails that
trouble with the anthratcite miners is
to take place about the 1st of May and
tntil that time has passed no one ex-pfc-ts
any mnterial change. Union
ratific was the most active stock on
the Mat and fluctuated between SUM
vNS.'.W- f-. i.... :I
1 rUne? of t0 . ecel Clcve
,,n, 1't Vumbus Cinciunati and Intlia-
mpolis. .hl,.h is down ij Minnenpo.
iw ew EnSnd n and Peoria.
Pecaturair, Evansville J. The news
of the day v,3 unimportant and the
marset clow Very dull but strong.
...J"9'0';1 "S of stocks to-day were
11.3,0.0 share including Delaware,
IJitkawanna md Western, 20,620
1 Km a w a re R n d Hudson, 3572; Lake
V""". orijwestorn, 4760: New
iMt Hour aw"'"'"""' ruBC ,u
alv,ne of i. PacitIS"jAunt 51, a net
t 6-ll nil flm rout r.1 i:? "iT1:"!
j.-rsey antral, U50; Pacific Mail,
:,-V';T,e.a,lin-' 1,;"-0; Paul, 20,
y0; Umm Pa,iliA 2;,5S0; Western
liiion, 8,0); Oon Transconti
nental, 4420. The closing quotations
were as follows:
V. S. S. IN", bid. New4i, liy;.
4H,eoup. Pacific 65 of U95, ?,.
L, stamps, is, 72' ,. Missouri os, 101lj.
Tenn. , old, 57S Tenn.tii, new,
lent. Pec.lu. lln'j. len. A R.ti, lulu. 122.
DcnJkK.ti.W.lsts.To Erie seconds, lul1..
W.K.4T.,GeQ.6s. -'i . P. A. C. lsU, Ui
N. f. A. U 2di, 4-'4. N. Western con., US-,
N.We.'t. deb.as.lliy i Hr.L S.F lies M,'M
Kt. Paul, con , IjI1. t-t.P.,c. jet. Ut,12.
T. P.l.mdsrnt,3s r. P.,R.u.ex rou.altf
U. P. lirsis, U7L4. et suure, I1C. -4.
Adams Eipreis,14V Morris i , ofd. 142.
AlleikerT Ceo.. . KuhvilieA C., 45'..
Alton T. 11.. 3i. N J. Centr.l, 41",.
A. i. T. H .pfd , 91. Kor. and W'., pld. S
American Ei., 1'. Northero Pao..
B. , C. K. k N..ti5. Northern P., i.fd. 57.
Canada Pac, 04. N. . C. 4 St. L., 6.
Canada Sou..:. N.V.C. & St. L.,p.. 13.
Central Pacific. 41'. C. A N. W., 107.
Ches-eke Ji 0 ,lu. C.4 N. W., pfd., 13T
C. iO.,l-t pld, 17. N. Y., Central, luj'.
C 0., 2d pfd., 12. Ohio Central, IS-
C. k A., 138. Ohio Mm..
C. Jt A.. tld. IV. O. k Hits., pfd., W.
C. B. k Q., m. OnUrio k West, iVi.
O., St. L. 4 N. O.. - Oreio NaT., W.
0., 8b L. k P., 10S. Orel on Tram. &H.
C.,Bt.L.P..p.l30. Oregon Imp., 21.
C.,8. 4C..30. Pacific Mail, 64J.
CAC..51H. Panama, VS.
Del. k Hod., 100. Peoria, 1). k E., 22.
Del., L. k W ., 12A. P.tU burg, ISO.
Den. k Rio O.. 16S.. Palloao P. C, 13S.
Erie, 247s. Reading, 2Vt.
Erie, pld., M. Kock Island, 12S.
Kaat Tens., Hi. St. U. 8. F., IS.
East Tenn., pfd. Vi. S. h. k 8. F., p., 40.
Fort Wayne, 117. 8t.L. k S.F.lst p. W.
Hannibal k at. Jo, C. M. k Si. P., 7La.
II. k St. Jo. pfd, C. M. i St. P.,p.,llJ
Harlem, 214. St. P. M. k M., IIS.
Houston k T.j X. St. P. k Omaha, 4iv.
Illinois Cen .lis'. St. Paul k O., ptd.loi,
lad . B. k W., -UH. Tezu Paofic. 1'-,.
Kansas i T.. Union I'acifio, b.
Lake K. k W., 11!,. V. 8. Eipresr, V2'a.
Lake Shore, 81V W., St. L. A P., 7'.
Lou. k Nash.. St',,. W. St. L. i P, o., It!
Lou. k N. A., 37?. W. k F. Ex., ili'J.
M. AC, 1st pfd, W. U. Tel , 64'.
M. k C, 2d pfd. Colorado Coal,
Jleto. k Char, 31. Hour-take, lSVa.
Mich. Central, ftii. Iron Silrir, 175.
M in. & St. L., 21. (ItitHrin, 2J.
M. & St. L., pfd, 46 Quicksilver C.
Miss 1'ac, Int. Quicksilver, pfd, 20!,.
Mobile i O.. 12',. totli Pniifio,
Mil. , L. S k W., 46 Sutro, IS.
A1.,L.S. i w.,i.vy,
Berlin, April 26. The statement of
the Imperial Bank of Germany shows
an increase in specie of SoU.COO marks.
New Orleaks, April 28. Bauk clear
Chicago, III., April 20. Associated
bank clearings, $8,152,000.
Kew York, April 2ti. Exchanges,
$96,720,137; balances, $1,720,745.
Baltimore, Md., April 2(5 Clear
ings, $2,382,903; balances, $210,990.
Bostom, Mass., April 20. Ex
changes, $11,180,978; balances, $1,
302,258. Phil 4 delpri a, Pa., April 26
Clearings, $9,827,777; balunces, $1,
415,590. St. Louis, Mo, April 28. Bank
clearings, $2,523,388; balances, $590,
Exchange on New York easy at par.
Boston, April 20. The following
table, compiled from speciul dispatch
es to the Pout from managers of the
leading clearing-houses in the United
Btates.Bhows the gross bank exchanges
at each point for tho week ending
Apr.l 24th, in comparison with the
corresponding week in 1885:
New York, $514,550,841; inc., 18.5.
Boston, $07,893,193; inc., 4 1.
Philadelphia, $47,404,207; inc.,14.8.
Chicago, $41,823,000; inc., 0.7.
St. Bouis, $14,857,470; inc., 2 4.
Baltimore. $9 668 527 ; dec., 11.4.
Cincinnati, $9,0".0,000; inc., 21.9.
San Francisco, $8,ri31 ,278 ; dec, 18.9.
Pittsburg, $7,013,707; dec, 0.1.
Louisville, $3 587,200; ! c, 5 5.
Milwaukee, $2,809,000; inc., 4.3.
Kansas City, $5,855,913; inc., 47.7.
Providence, $4,208,300 ; inc., 17.6.
Nw Orleans, $6 086,700; do i , 7.6.
Minneapolis, $1,782,543; inc., 4.4.
Omaha, $2,702,697 ; inc., 18.3.
Detroit, $2,656,073; inc., 14.6.
Cleveland, 2,M9.685: inc., 13.8.
Indianapolis, $1,057,317; dec, 6 9.
Columbus, $1,400,030; inc., 19 9.
Memphis, If 1,336.888; inc., 40 9.
Hartford, $1,455,724; inc., 7.
New Haven, $938,536; dec, 11.3.
Peoria, $638,(168; dec, 10 2.
Portland, $804,604; inc., 8 2.
Worcester, $814,900; inc., 9 3.
St. Joseph. $ a 7,600; inc., 41.2.
Springfield, $745,236; inc., 10.4.
Syracuse, $52 1,429; inc. 27.6.
Lowell, $406,607 ;d-:c. "15.
Total, J775.770.130; inc.. 15.1.
Outside New York, $281,219,289;
inc., 13 2.
Not included in totals.
The local cotton market opened
quiet and closad quiet; middling,
8,3. Sales, 650 bales, of which 200
were to exporters and 450 to spin
ners. EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Ordinary 1 71
Good ordinary 7 J 7
Low middling 8; 83
Middling 8J 81
Good middling 93 S
Middling fair 9J i
Fair Nom. Nom.
Dusty 6J(8 6J8
Stains, tinges 7J8i 7J8J
COTTON STATEMENT. .
Mkufbis, April 26, 1886.
Stock Sept 1, 1885 1,392
Received to-day 411
Received previously. ..527,449 529,252
Shipped to-day 1,635
Shipped previously-...453,228 454,863
Stock, running account 74,389
Thus far this week 625
Thus far last week 966
Sence September 1st 627,860
M. and O. R, R 58
M. and T. R. R 20
L. and N. R. H. 13
M. and L. R. R 7
O., O. and S. W. R. R 14
L , N. O. and T. R. R 26
K. C, 8. & M. R. R 67
Wagons and other sources 5
Thus far this week 2,709
Thus far last week 4,110
Since September 1st 454,863
M. and O. R. R 941
L. and N. R. R 382
O., 0.4 S. W. R. R. 312
Total .' 17i35
,Vew York spots opened quiet and
?IO?e yuiet. 8ales, 792 bales. Qao
tations Ra hilows:
Good ordinary. 8 o
Low middling.. 8 1316 n ifi
Middling 9J Sj1 1
Good midJling 9 11-16 9 H-16
Middling fair-10 U-1G 0 11-16
Fair 11 n
New York f atures opened tteady and
closed fitm and 4 to t points higher
than Thursday. Sales, 92,000 bales.
The closing quotations were as follows :
Apnl 9.17 9.18 9.139 15
M- 9.20 9.21 9,103 9.17
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY,
June -9 3;!fTi 9.29 9.30
July 9.4 1(a) .... 9.39$ 9.40
Angust- 9.54(3) 9-55 9 4") 9.50
September. ..9.4K'i) 9 42 9.3.' 9.3B
October ...0.25 9.26 9.20..$ 9.21
November ...9.21(a) 9.23 .17(i) 9.18
December. ...9 20 ) 9 27 9 20(;i 9.21
Unuary 9.33 ok 9 35 (1)
February ....430 9.45
The New O.-lt am si ot market opened
quiet, nd c'o;ed quiet and firm.
SaIcs, 1500 bales.
Ordinary 7J 7i
Good ordiiury... 7 15-6 7 15-10
Low middling ... S 5 Id 8 5-16
Middling- 8 1316 8 13-16
Good middling... 9 9g
The New Orleans future market
opened steady and closed steady and
4 to 6 point! higher. Sales, 28,000 bales.
The closing quotations were as follows :
Msy 8 83 $ 8.84 8 76 noml.
Jane ..8.95(a) 8.96 8.78 8 79
July. 9 09 9.10 8 91
August 9.13 3) 9.14 9 04(a) 9.05
SeptemberM.8.93 8.94 9 0S 9.09
October 8 83(a) 8 84 8.87 8.88
November..8.79 8.80 8 77(a) 8 78
December ...8 84 8.85 8 73 8 74
Jinnarf 8 93 8 94 8 76 8.78
February ) 8.87(a) 8.88
March 8 89 9 01
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
Tone.l ReclPricesI Stock.
65 9 7-16
Receipts at ports, this day, 18S6. 7,752
Iteceipts at ports, this day, 18S5. 2,090
1886. 1SS5. 1884.
R'ts U. S.
ports,3dys 15,876 4,225 7,247
Ex. Gr.Br 11,861 4,504 10,727
Stock 7.10,731 567,749 565,716
R'ts Sept.1 5,012,937 4,647,538 4,690,388
For'gn Ex. 3,R33,180 3,180,6tO 3,4 .1,107
Increase of receipts this year... 375,399
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the Call Board of
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
No. 2 white, spot, 40c asked;
April, 40c asked; Miy, 408c asked;
No. 2 spot, 37c bill, 38ic
asked; April, 37c bid. 38c asked;
May, 37c hid, 38Jc asked; June, 39jc
No. 2 white, April, 34c bid; May,
34c bid; June, 36c asked; No. 2, snot,
33c bid, 34Ac asked; April, 33c bid,
34Jc asked; May, 3Jc bid, 31c asked ;
Juue, 35c asked.
Spot, $14 asked ; April, $14 asked;
May, $14 asked; June, $14 asked.
Spot, $1 95 asked; April, $1 95
asked; May, $1 85 bid, $1 97 asked;
June, $1 90 bid.
Corn White, 47c ; miked, 46c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lots,
whito, 42c; mixed, 40c.
II ay Choice, from store,85c ; prime,
75(a;80c ; prairie, 50c ; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $1414 50;
prime, $1313 50; prairie, $S8 50.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38jc,
from store; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35 c.
Bran From store, 85c per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 752; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
Cornmeal Standard, $2 1502 25;
pearl, $33 25 from store ; 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 46c ; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$3 50 from store.
Flour In car lots, double extra, $3
3 60 ; triplo extra, 3 653 75 ; fami
ly, $3 754; choice, $4 2o4 35:
fancy, $4 5J4 70; extra fancy, $4 90
5 ; patents, $5 255 65 ; from store,
family, $44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extra fancy, $5
5 25; patents, $5 506 25.
Hominy a.nd Grits From store, $3
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4 Jc; lemon cream crack
ers, 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 26. Wheat
moderately active, but wei k , No. 2 red,
cash, 64c bid; May, 06c; Jane, 69Jc.
Corn active, but lower; No. 2, cash,
27J3 bid, 27Ja asked; May, 2828ijc;
June, 23Jc; July, 29Jc bid, 30c asked.
Oats no quotations.
St. Lofis, Mo., April 26. Flour
dull; XXX, $33 10; family, $4 15
3 25; choice, $3 75; fancy, $4 15
4 30; extra fancy, $1 454 70; Patents,
$4 905 25. Wheat market quiet
and prices lower; the market opened
steady and prices advanced early in
the session Ki lo, but toward the closo
weakened and finished lia lower
than Saturday ; No. 2 red, cash, 87
88c; May, 87jg88e, closing at 87Jc;
June, 87i88Jc, closing at 87J ; July,
83jr84e, closing at 83jc asked; Au
gust, 82, fa 83c, closing at 82 J c. Corn
fairly active, but weak and lower,
closing JJc under Saturday; No. 2
mixed, cash, 32Jc; May, 33331c,
closing at 33c asked ; June, 33j33ac,
closing 3.'ii33;c asked; July, 34,
35c, closing at 35c Oata very dull
and easy, closing J c lower ; No. 2
mixed, cash, 29i29jo bid; May, 29 jc.
Rye firm, 60 Jc. Barley no market.
Hay active and about stead v; prairie,
$6 857 9J; timothy, $1113 75. Flax
seed steady, $1 03. Bran easy, 5155c.
Cornmeal steady, $1 7ol 85. Re
ceiptsFlour, 2000 brls; wneit, 24,000
bu ; corn, 106,000 bu ; oats, 18 000 bu ;
rye, 7003 bu; barley, 40O3 bu. Ship
mentsFlour, 11,000 brls; wheat, 12,
000 bu; corn, 44,000 bu; oats, 19,000
bu; rye, 510) bu; barley, 1000 bu.
Afurnijon Hoard. Wheat steady and
Jo better. Corn and oats unchanged.
Chicago, April 20. Lethargy pre
vailed in the wheat pit to-day. No
one seemed to have any interest in
tcfol. Crops in nearly all parts of
the country were said to be looking
splendidly, and B'atements were made
that the visible supply would show
less of a decrease than was estimated
Siturday. This was sufficient to open
Jane ;c lower, at 81 Jc, whUh pro veil
top for the day. Outside ordera were
rnuiurkarjly scaly. Gradually prices
sagged oil to 80 jc, reacted to 81 J c, fell
Qfl and closed on the regular board at
80 9-16c. Ia the afternoon the tone
was a shade stronger and corn and
oau ruled a shade cauer. Tub sen
eral tendency in other gradrs had a
lowering effect. Hour was Jteaiy
and quiet at unchanged fig ires.
Wheat was fairly active and
weaker, cloeini ljc tn'.cr Sat'i
nv. Silcs ifngd: April. 7SJ
78 jc, cl wed at 7hf!j May, 7S(J,7!iji!,
closed at 7sjc; June, SOlw SU,;, closed
atSOJs; No. 2 triijg. 78j.j 7s.Jc; No.
3 spring, (668jc Cora fa. er: c
lower; caih, 3iiia:37 ; April, 36)
37c, closed at 36fe; Mv, 3ii 1(,37 Jc,
closed at 37c; June, 37 .?37 i3-16ij,
closed at 37 Jc. Oats easy; about jo
lower: cashS'; Aril, 29Jc; Mar,
30301e, closed at 30c; June, 301
30jc, cio ed at 30Sc. Rye firm ; No. 2,
61 Jc. Barter dull; No. 2, 59c Flax
seed quiet: No. 1, $1 05. Receipts
Flour, 10.000 brls; wheat. 10,000 bu;
corn, 64,000 bu ; oats. 109,000 bu ; rye,
1000 bu ; barley, 17,000 bu. Shipments
Flour, 16,000 brls; wheat, 157,000
bu;corn, 1730)0 bu; oata, 150,000 ba;
rye, 3000 ba: barley ,6000 ba.
Ajlenioon Board. Wheat steadier;
Jane, 8o)c Corn firm; Jane, 37jc
Butter Creamery, 30c; dairy, 20c ;
butterine, 1318; country, 12Jl8c,
according to condition.
Cheese Prime flats, 7c; New York
factory, 80; full cream, 12Jc; Y. A.
Mess Pork Old, $9 75r10 per bar
rel; new, $10 75U1 per barrel; sugar
cured hams, packed, 9JU'c; break
fast bacon, 8,9c; clear rib bacon, t'.J
Bllk Pork Clear sides, SJ'SOc;
clear rib sides, 6JMe; long clear,
5J5c; shoulders, 4(4Jc.
Lard Tierces, O'SOl.c; half-barrels,
6Sc; kegs, CJ( 6Jc; buckets, 6J
Ojc; balf-bui kets, OjWtiJc; 50-lb tins,
(V:6c; 20-lbtins,Hl'tiJo; 10-lb tins,
(ijwtijc; 5-lb tins, 0J(a)tSo; 3-lb tins,
6i6jc; choice kettle, tierces, 6 J
Fiiesii Meits BiMjf Good Kansas
City steers, heavy, 8c; light, 77Je;
cows and heifers, 6Jc; umtton, 8J
9c ; Limbs, 10c ; pork, 60.
St. Louis, Ma, April 28. Pro
visions quiet and weak. Pork de
pressed, 9 55. Laid eeey, 5H Bulk
meats easy; looe lota long clear, 5c;
short ribs, 5 35c; shoit clear, 6 Jo:
boxed lots long clear, 5.30c; short
ribs. 535c; short clear, 5Ju. Bacon
weak; long clear, 5r: short ribs,
5.80c; short clear, 60. Hams, 9 jc. But
steady ; choice to fancy creamery, 24
26c; dairy, 17 22c. L'igs active
and lower at 8Jc.
Chicago, III., April 26. Mess pork
trading was a little more active;
prices declined 7J'ail0c, rallied again,
closing at medinm Azores: cash, $8 90
8 95; May, $8 908 97 J, closed at
$S 92J8 95; June. $99 10, closed
at $9 05(a9 074. Lard quiet and steady ;
cssh, 5.90j ; May, 5J(55 90c ; June, 5.90
(uVj ,')f, cloaca at & 9.'4Wo 9jc iioxed
meats steady; dry salted shoulders, 4
4 10c; abort rib sides, o.zuo.L'i.'jc;
short clear sides, 5.555 60c. Butter
quiet and weak; creamery, 16 20c;
dairy, 1415o. Eggs,10j10.
AprLES Apples, $1502 50 from
store; $1 252 per car-load from leves
or depot Dried apphs, 34b ptr
pound from etore. Dried peaches, 3
4o from store.
Potatoes Pot toes,$l 750225 from
store; $1 60 1 75 per car load from
levee or depot. Sweet putttoes scarce,
$2 753 per brl. Peas, $1 501 75 per
Vegetables Onions, $2 753 25
from store ; $2 502 00 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 25 per crate.
Kraut, barrels, $55 50 ; half-barrels,
$2 753. Garlic, 4060o per 100.
Turnips, 50c per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $4; Messina, $3 50(3)5 per
box; Imperials, $55 50 per box.
Lemons, $56 per box. Bananas,
$12 50 per bunch. Cocoannts,
$4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 7 Jo;
Tennessee, farmers' stock, 34o;
roasted, 2 Jo higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts,
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons,
$3 75; loise, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 50; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
Walnots French, 12c; Naples,15c;
Grenobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
Cider Missouri, $77 50 per bar
rel and $44 50 per half-barrol ; Vine
gar, ll16c per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per doren, $12
18 ; chickens, $2, 753 ; dressed turkeys,
scarce, 15 18c per pound.
Pecans Texas, 810o for small to
medium, 10 14c for largo; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$5; No. 2, $3 25: No. 3, $2 75; 10-lb
kit. No. 1,80c; No. 2, 70c; 15-lb, No.
3, 60c. Dry herrings, family, 30c per
Gave Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, 6Sc ; bear, 68c ; wild turkeys,
60 75c; ducks, $34; squirrels, 76c;
quails, $75ctl; prairie chickens, $5;
game fish. 11 12c.
Egm: Easy at 11c.
Coffee Common, 88Jc ; ordinary,
99c; prime Rio, 11c; choice to fan
cy, llj13Jc; old government, 23
35c; Ceylon, 20e.
Soap 3J5Jc per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 7c; off white,
6ffi6Jc; yellow, 6jo; open kettle,
5j6c; refined A, 7c; granulated, 7
7jc ; powdered, 74c; cut loaf, 7J8c.
Salt $1 20 1 30 per barrel; sacks,
fine, $1 50; coase, $1 10: pockets,
bleached, 27c; car-loads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 203 )c; prime to choice, 304Ac ;
syrup, 2040c ; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 33c.
Tobacco -Common, 11-inch, 27
30c; other grades and styles, 2528c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per rase;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, ia boxes,
palls and barrels, 78Jc.
Candlks-FuII weight, 10j10jc.
Canned Goods, Etc. Pric ae per dos
en : Pineapples, SI 351 6) ; peaches,
2-lb. standard, $1 33 1 50; seconds,
$1 151 25; tomatoos, 2 lb, standard,
$1 10; 31b, $1 35; strawberries, $1 40
1 60; raopberries, $1 151 25: black
berries, $11 15; greengages, $1 60
1 75; pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 : asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $12 25; cove
oysters, full weight, Mb. $1(2)1 10;
cove eysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 7.5
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oystsrs, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75 ; Swiss, $6.
Baltimore, Md., April 2t. Coffee
higher; Rio cargoes, ordinary to fair,
Rio dk Janeiro, April 21. Coffee--Receipts
during the week, 38,000 bacs ;
pnrcr" lor the United Stites, 9000
bag; clearances for the UniUd States,
18,000 bags; Etock, 312,000 bags.
Santos, April 24. Coffee Receipts
during the week, 19,000 bags; pur
chfwea for the Vuited States, 8Q00
APRIL 27, ISSt;.
bags ; clearances for the United Suites,
none; stock, 210,GK) hags.
New York, April 26 Cofloe Spot
fair; Rio firm, 8; options higher and
active; sales, 36, 750 bam; April-Mav,
7.35c; June, 7.2.)7 ;!0c; Ju'T, 7.21K1)
7 35c; August U December, 7.20c.
Sugar quiet; fair to eood refining fJ(.i)
5jc; refined firm; white extra (J, i;j(,i)
tijc; yellow, 6j'.i;5; mold A.7J?;
siaudard A, 7e; rm-lotl and cruslied,
81;; powdered, 7f-; grsnuloie I, 7; v,
7Jc; cubes, 7j MjIo:.s dull. L;ce
Havana, April 24-0ing to the
lessened number ef working days dur
ing Holy Week and rainy weather,
the sugar market hss shown less ac
tivity, and small business has been
done without any impoitant change in
prices. The market closed firm. Mo
lasses sngr, regular to good polarisa
tion, $2 37J2 50 gtld per quinUl;
mnecavado, f sir to good refining, 85
90 polariaation, $2 07J2 43; cen
trifugal, 92 96 polariza'ion, in hhds,
bags and boxes, $3 12J3 25. Stocks
in warehouse at Havana and Matan
its, 22,500 boxes, 695,000 bags and 14,
500 hhds. Receipts Icr the week, 1600
boxes, 78,000 bags and 1600 hhds.
Exports for the week, 48 boxes, 32,000
bakS and 2800 hhds, of which 28,000
bags and 2600 hhds were to the United
COTrOM-UEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
hoat), f(i; wagon at mills, 1 8. Meal
Prime (f. o. b.), $15 ter ton. Less than
oar-load lots, !. From store, 90u per
sack. Cake Nominal; $16 per tin.
Oil In car-load lots, prime, crude O.
S. oil, 2IJOi)22c; prime summer yel
low, 26)'.'ij27c; off-summer yellow, 25
26o; miners', ; choice cookiug
summer yellow, 2030c.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesala
lots, 11c per gallon.
pltuoleuh. HAKHi r.
Cleveland, O., April 26. Petro
leum s. w. 110, 71c
PitTHiuRO, Pa., April 20. Petro
leum active, somewhat excited; Na
tional Transit certificates opened at
72Jc,and closed at 72 jc; highest, 72 Jc;
HOUSE All) MI LKS,
IIoRSKS-Good driving, $150225;
good saddle, $140303; plugs, $35
80; good mares, $85 140.
Mui.Es-14 to 15, $110135; 15 to
15,$12i140; 15 to 16, $150175.
Good demand; supply fair.
Li vat ajToi K.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
000 to 1050p3unds.41.4o; good,3jr)
4)o; choice grass-fed, 3J."r; good,
33c; fair to medium, 2J2Jc; com
Hoos Choice, SJlo; gool, 3J
3Jc; common, 33ic
Sheep Choice, 44s; medium, 3
31c; common, $11 50.
Kansas Citt, Mo., April 20. The
Live Stock Indicator reports : Ca1 tie
receipts, 603 head; shipments Satur
day, 1693 head ; the market for ship
ping and butchers' Bteera was strong,
active and 510c higher than Satur
day's prices; feedeis were in good de
mand at a shade higher; choice to
f.incy steers, $5 105 0; fair to good,
$4 f.0(.,4 00; common to medium,
$4 2."4 40; butchers', $3 904 25;
feeders, $4 254 60. Hogs receipts,
4385 head; shipments Saturday, 2868
bead; market strong, active and 5c
higher than Saturday; choice, $l!a)
4 07; bulk, $3 91X3 95; pens cleared.
Sheep receipts, &80 head ; shipments,
none; market tteady; good to choice,
$1(,5 ; common to medium, $2 25
Chicago, III., April 26 The Drov
ers' Journal reports: Cattle receipt-),
5000 head ; shipments, 2000 head ; mar
ket fairly active and 10c higher; shin
ping steers, 950 to 1500 pounds, $4
5 75; Blockers and feeders, $2 9.)4 80 ;
cows, bulls and mixed, $1 604 25;
bulk, $2 753 25; tbiough Texans, $4
4 60. Hogs receipts, 17,000 head ;
shipments, 4000 head ; market strong
and stead) ; rough and mixsd, $3 85
4 25; packing and shipping, $1
4 35; light weights, $3 604 25; skips,
$2 503 60. Sheep rtcuipts, 2000
bead; shipments, 800 head; market
stronger; na'ives, $2 03 GO. The
Journal' t special cablegram from Liv
erpool denotes cattle market steady ;
best American steers, 13o per pound,
tstimated dead weight.
WHISHT, WISE, LItUOR, ETC.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 606; rye,$l 756; domestic,
Wines American extra, qs, $7;
pts, $8; Piper Heidsieck, qts, $25; pis,
$27;Mumm's extra dry, qts, $28 50;
pts, $30 60; Riederer, qts, $29; pts,
$31 ; Veuve Oliquot, qts, $'.U; pts, $33;
claret, qts, $3 6Ko12 60; $1 extra for
pints; imported Rhine wine, $78,
qts; Catawbu, sweet, 9.1c 1 25 per
gallon; Catawba, dry, $l125 per
gallon ; Catawba, sweet, $3 50(5 per
case; Catawba, dry, $15 per case;
California wines, $1 I 60 per gallon:
imported port, $1 606; imported
cherry, $1 506; Imported ale (liurke's
bottlery), pts, $185; qts, $3; Angos
tura bitters, pts, $16 60; champagne
cider, qts, $3 253 60.
Chicago, April 26. Whisky steady
at $1 14.
St. Louis, April 26. Whisky steady
Cincinnati, O,, April 16. Whisky
steady at $1 10. Sales of 1010 barrels
of finished goods on this basis 2b.
Apolllnaris, qts,$7 508;pts,$U50;
seltzsr water, qts, 16 6 60.
The following uro the wholesale
prices of lumber in this market:
Laths Poplar, $1 50; cypress, 12 50;
Poplar 1 in., 1st and 2d clear, $25 ;
1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d clear, $25;
common board, $1012 50; siding
strips, lx6, face measure, 1st and 2d,
$22; dressed, 1, 1 and 2 in., 1st and 2d,
$.'i(35; common drewa'd, 1 in., $14
Red Gums 2ds, $18'S19, nominal;
t ttonw(xm 1 to 3 in. null run,
culls out, $10 11.
1 iMnER I (M.lar, $.H)fl; cypress, $.
(alt) ; cottiinwnod, $2(a)3; guru, $3.'a)
3 50; oak, $5fal8; ash, $68; blink
walnut, J.'Ua 61).
ki.i.w i'ink 1, 1 and 2 111.. 1st
and 2d,$2024; drcsscl,$:tO; flooring,
5 and' H in., $25; (looring. 3 and 4 in.,
J27 50; 2d flooring, $22 60; heart stci.
lumber, $3(M40; j ceiling, $25; J ceil
ing, $22 50; ceiling, $20.
Ash 1st and 1M clear, 1 to 3 111.,
$jn(i 23; common, $lir.iM3 50.
Cypiiksk 1, J J and 2 in., 1st and 2d
clear, $2325; loiiiiiion, $15; fencing,
1x0, Hilt., $lo.
SniNiii.ES io. 1, sawed or shaved,
$1 25 sawed or shaved saps, $3.
Plows $215; scrapers, $3 bOCfi
5; bull-tongue plows, $1 60 3; plant
ers nandle noes, $4(ab perdoin.
Seeds Gorman millet, $1 5(a)l 25
per bushel; stock peas, $1 301 50
ner bushel ; clover, $7 per buahel : or
chard gr.w, $22 10; herd's-grass, M)
RIVERS A.D STEAMBOATS.
Arkansaa Rirer.. Joa Pktkk. 5 i. m.
81. Frnris Kivr...Kxi Mifmoi, 5 p.m.
New Orleans Cut ov Btu Hi t:, p.m.
t. Louis Aaxia V.tfn s, 4 ..ra.
M.li-on...M- K. W. Cm , h p.m.
Oiicoola Die Am, 10 a.m.
White Kivar... CiiirkASAW, '. .. in.
Arkansas City Kara Aiumh. 5 p.m.
Tiptonvilla llaroso, 5 p.m.
Friars Point . .DtaS Allan;), 5 p.m.
Cincinnati .Bl'CkKva St at, S p.m.
MOVEMENTS) AT THE LEVEE.
ArrimU. Kato Adams, Arkansas
City ; Ji Peters, Arkansas river; K.
W. Cole, Madison ; Coahoma. Madison ;
Go'den Crown, New Orleans; lVan
Adams, Osceola; Gayoso, Ti)ilonville;
Ohio, Cincinnati; Arkansas City, St.
Louis; Chickasaw, White river.
Departure. Kate Adams, Arkansas
City ; E. W. Cole, Madison ; Coahoma,
Madison ; Golden Crown, Cincinnati ;
( )hio, Ci ncinnatl ; Gayoso, Tipton ville ;
Arkansas City, Vicksburg.
Boaii in Port. Joe Peters, Chicka
saw and Rene Macretulv.
Doatt Due Down. City of I'rovi
dence, City of Raton Rouge and I'aris
Bott Dim Vp.ll. W. Cole and
Annie P. Silver.
Ohio 250 . tens niisi'ellaneous
Chickasaw 8 bales cotton and 45
Gavoso 1 bale cotton, liil sks corn,
18 lul stiK'k and 8 pkgs sundries.
lVan Adams 17 bales cotton, 4
bags seed-cotton, 12 iks Bced, Hi pkijs
Kato Adams 80 bales cotton, 11
bags seed cotton, 354 sks seed, 1 horse
and 4 pkgs sundries.
Joe Peters brought out of Arkansas
river 105 bales cotton, 255 sacks seed,
3 heads stock and 31 packages sun
dries. Arkansas City 80 tons merchandise.
Golden Crown 3 hogsheads and
100 barrels sugar, 73 barrels molasses,
50 barrels cement and 75 hampers
Tub O. Line steamer Paris C. Hrown
is duo down for New Orleans.
Tim Dean Adams will pass down
Thursday evening for Friars Point.
Tin Ruckeye State, Copt. II. J.
Vinton, is the Thursday packet (or
Tun Rene Mucrcadv, dipt. O. K.
Jnplin, is tho packet tins evening at 5
o'clock for Madison.
Tiist Gayoso, Cnpt. W. T. Hall, is
tho packet Thursday evening for
Tiptonville and the upper bends.
Tiik Chickasaw, Capt. E. C. Postal,
Is tho packet to-morrow evening for
White river. C. M. Postal is in her
Tiik K. W. Cole, Cant. IM Nowland,
is the Memphis and Little Kock rail
road boat this evening nt 0 o'clock for
Tiik Dean Adams, dipt, Henry
Cooper, will pass up to-morrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock for Oscoulu and the
HTiik Annie P. Silver, Cint. William
Thompson, is tho Anchor Line packet
this evening at 4 o'clock for Cairo and
St. lxjuis. J. S. Leliiner is her clerk.
Til k Kato Adams, Capt. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States Mail
nackct Thursday evenimr at 5 o'c'ock
lor Helena, Arkansas City and all
way landings. W, (J. Rlankcr is in
Tiik Anchor Line steamer City of
Hilton Itouge, uipt. K. J. W Iiitledge,
will pass down this evening at 4
o'clock for New Orleans and all inter
mediate landings. Wm. Musson is
Thb Joe Peters, Capt. K. B. Smith,
is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock, for all points on Arkansas
r ver. coinir tliroiiir.li to l ino IllutT.
Chas, Musselman und Rufus Foster
are her clerks.
OEM ERAL NEWS.
Wsatiibh clear and pleasant.
Tub It. R. Hayes and barges passed
down yesterday at 6 a.m. for New Or
leans. Tiik S. L. Wood with a tow of empty
coal barges passed up yesterday morn
ing for the Ohio river.
Kkcriits by river yesterday, 154
bales of cotton, 15 bags of seed-cotton
and 621 sacks of seed.
Tim Gayoso arrived Sunday from
the upper bends with a fair trip and
returned lust evening.
Tub lean Adams departed last
evening for Friars Point and will pass
tip to-morrow for ( sceola.
Tiik Arkansas City passed down
Sunday morning for Vicksburg. Slit'
discharged hero 80 tons freight and
added 25 tons.
Tub Chickasaw arrived yesterday at
noon from White river with 8 bales of
coMon and 45 packages of sundries,
and returns to-morrow evening.
Tub Golden Crown, from New Or
leans, pufsed up Sunday night for
Cincinnati. She discharged Fiere 85
tons freight and added 171 bales cut
ton. Tut Ohie arrived Sunday morning
from Cincinnati with 250 tons of mis
cellaneous freight for this place, nud
returned again last evening with 1555
bales of cotton and a good lot of mis
Tub Kate Adams arrived Sunday
morning from Arkansas City with Hi)
bales of cotton, 1 1 bagi of seed cot
ten, 374 sacks of seed and 75 packages
of sundries, and returned ugain last
evening with a fair trip.
Tim Joe, Peters arrived Sunday from
Arkansas river with 48 bales of cotton.
2:5 sacks of seed, 3 head of stock and
31 packages of sundries. She re
shipped at Terrene 57 bales of cotton
for New Orleans. She returns again
Thk river at this points marks 34
feet 6 inches by the gauge or 35 feet 7
tenths above low water mark, a r se
of 1 tenth in twenty-four hours.
The river is now I foot 7 tenths above
the danger line ami 3 tenths below
high water of 1882.
WEATHER AND RIVERS.
Evansvillb, April 2(1. Noon Rivr
still falling. Departed: James W. Gaff,
Pittsbobo, April 26. Noon River3
feet U inches on the gauge and station
ary. Weather clear and hot.
Cincinnati, April 26. Noon Rivei
falling, with 15 feet 8 inches on the
sraugo. 'Weather fair; .thermometer
Cairo, April 2ii Noon River 44 feet
7 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived:
Raymond Horner and tow, Oliio river,
7 p.m.; City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg,
7 p.m.; I'aris C. Brown, Cincinnati, 7
p.m.; Henry Lourey and barges, New
Orleans, 8 p.m.; City of Batn Roans,
St. Louis,la,m.; Dick Fulton and tow,
Ohio river, 6 a m. Departed : Ray
mond Horner and tow. New Orleans,
7 p.m. ; City of Vicksburg, St. Liuis,
10 p.m.; City of Providence, Vicks
burg, 4 a.m. ; Taris C. Brown, New Or
leans, 5 a.m.: Dick Fulton and liw,
New Orleans, 6 a.m.
Louisville-. April 26. Noon River
fa'.Iinz, with 7 fert 4 incbe in the canal
and 5 feet 2 inches on the falls. Weath
er warm and threatening ra'n. De
parted: Mary Houston, New Orleans,
last night; Buckeye S!at, Memphis,
Officb Signal Skrvu-r, U. S. A.,
Ms si en is, April 2i), 1 p.m. J
The following oliservationa are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOths lOtha lOths
Cairo.... 43 9 23
Chattanooga ... 6 5 2
Cincinnati 15 7 - 6
Davenport, 10 2 2 - .'
Dubmpie 14 1 9 -
Fori Smith 6 6 5 ,
Keokuk 13 ft 11
Hvlena 47 3 12
Iji Crosse 11 3 ........ 3
Iiea veil worth... 10
Little Hock H 8 6
Iotii.iville 7 7 1
Memphis 85 7 1 M
Nashville 7 4 7
New Orleans... 13 7 2
Pittsburg 3 S 1
St. Iouis 21 7 - 3
St. Paul........... 6 1 1
Nhreveport,.'.... 17 :t 2
Vicksburg, 42 ll 4
wnitHTr a.laist K
above tern of cause:
Ouiro, I ' foot.
La Crosse, 24.
8'. Louis, X!.
eolauii teinhsof a foot
Chattanooga, M feet.
New Orleans, IS. I.
Wt. Paul, 7.
IV0TICK TO SU11TEBS.
aw Owing te the hiarh water the steamer
DKAN ADAMS will lrava for Helena and
Friars Point every MONDAY ana THURS
DAY at 5 o'clock p.m., and lor Oioeola and
Hold Dust every WEDNESDAY and BAT
UKDAT at 10 o'clock a.m., nnttl further
notice. JAB. LKK, Rup't.
Special Notice For Marion.
' The Ferryboat
Capt. Foaelman. eUWiyl
Will leave the loot of Jefforaon slroot lor
F( ) R LOUI8 VILLE A CI NOI N NAT!
Memphis and Cincinnati racket Coa
rH LOUINVI-LB A CINCIHM-Ti;
11. J. Vlnt..n master. .
Will loeveTUURSDAY, April 29, at B p.m.'
Kor Irelahtor passave apply to O.B. RU8
KKLL, Agent, No. 12 Maillson at. Telephone
No. iA. JOHN OAKK, Hassencer Agent.
BUmmer JAMKS W. UAi'F fallows, leef
Ini Mnnila. Mv!l'l.
FOR CAIRO AND HT. U)P1H.
For llickinan, Cairo, Nt. Louis and all Way
iianuina i ne oieauni aieaater
Annie P. Silver,
Will leave the KlevaU.r Til H DA V, April
27th, at 4 p.m. For freiaht or jiaasace apply
C. L. II - i.a.. Psss. Aa-t. AD KTnHM, Anont.
FOR WKW ORLEANS.
HI. lonle and Now Orlsutssa Anchor
l.lw-ll. N. Hnll-KOHNKW OKLKANtf.
City of Baton Rouge
It. J. WhltlaJi. ..mast.r.
Will leave the Klevator TUB8UAYV AsrII
27th, at 11 m. For freiaht or peaaan apply
C. L. IUi.i,, Pass. Ait, AD BTOKM, finft.
For Osoeola, Hales Point, OaratberiTUIe,
Oayoso and Tliitonvllle The new steamer
W. P. Ball maaUr J. D. Fallerolerk.
will leave as above, and all way points.
BVEHY MONDAY and TUUrUJDAY at i
p.m. For freight or passage annlv on iward.'
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Memphis, White Black Hirer racket
For Helena, DeValli Bluff", Des Dm :A
(uata, Newport and Batesvllle. The new
and elegant sldewheel passenger sUrtmer
Freddie Robinson, r.O
Milt Harry.,, uiier
Will leave KVKHY 6ATIIHDAY at 6 o'clock
p.m. Through rates to all pointe. Freliht
conslinad to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will
be promptly forward"!. W.J. V DOYLK.
OSice 12 Mailison si. 'i'eleiihone til.
Jihhi B Faaaaus, Passenser Agent. Tel
ephone Memphis and VlekHhnrff Packet Com
pany U. 8. Mall Lino.
For Helena, Concordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas (litv The eleiant pastenger itean er
KATE ADAMS. r.C
M. R. Cheek. ..master I W. 0. Dlanaer ...olerk
EVERT MONDAY and THURSDAY, at S
p.m., reserving the right to pass all landings
theoantaln maldeem unsafe. For general
information apply at office, No, 4 Madison
street. B. WALWORTH, Agent.
no.,, u. nnunvi.AU, npni,
JOHN CAHR, Pas"r Agent. Telephone 23S,
Arkansas River Tk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, .v
E. B. Smith.... master. wViverjrwwS
Leaves Memphia Every Tl'EHDAY, at S p.m.
11. C. LOW K. Agent.
Office, No. . Msdlson st. Telephone No. Ba.
- ... 1
Memphis Whito Kker PktCo
V, , JIlAlLi lLNJe
STR. CHICKASAW, r.-
. 0. Foetal ..mas tar O. M.l-(xt.olerl
l'lnrinIOD, ItAmlle Blair, DM IN,
LAng'ieiM, Jarksoaportand Humrvj.
KAVKd MHVl'HIH Every WKDNIiSDAY.
atS p.m. Through rates to all points.
Freight ennslgned to " Memphis and W hie
nuer racial Company w" berorwaraea
promptly. ii. u
rt o. i ii nipon sr.
Tl.hnne N. (12.
The St. Francis Hirer Trausportatioi
Co.'s Vine 8M.-W heel II. 8. Mall Sterner
Rene Macready, r
0. K. Joplln mater.
nil. a. luk siiuirnis Tax
... .'u . V
a 1 im a
at 5 o'clock, for Marianne, the Cnt-OIT, and
Intermediate lanilings on St. Francis river.
The captain reserves the right to pasi all
landings he deems nnsaie. jao. libfi, jr.a '
Monrlnt.n.nt flffie. No. 4 MHison St
rook'w Eidirs'.en Pairtlee leave la
April, May, June and July. Send for Pro
Individual Tnnr let Tlrkrta for travel
in Kurnpe and alt parts of the globe. ge
sase lirkfi. by all lines of steamers.
4 otik'ai KvearHluulMt, with mais, pab
lished month'y. by nil for Tin Cknts.
llltSt. tSlSH MW.H,
2il llrnfl'lwav. New Ycrk.
J&r AtMiiiitflv f'ltTVtl in .)( JUilsLV
Wyty-' v Ir tVrx-h r1 Mrtwtic -.-
iTrnvi Ki-tiitr. vrtuii nuni or
y j 1t with en comfort i un u t hr tui- lr A.
fd.-U.fi I TIC -LAS. TBU58 Co. 3U N. tth st St.