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FIMCE MD COUERCE.
MONEY 8 PKR CENT., SEW YORK
EXCHiSGE 14 PREMIUM
Ottos. Quiet Middling, 8 7-8
hales Yesterday, 6o0
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
Local securities dull but steady. The
cotton market closed quiet; middling,
Sic Sales, 650 bales. At New York
spots closed quiet and 1-1 6c lower;
roiddl'.ng, 9 3-16c. The future market
is thus reported by Greene & Co.:
"The old crop moved fairly btt mostly
ander pressure to realize. Liverpool
was slack and home advices developed
fair movement, with rather better
crop accounts. About five points
were lost with the close. New crop
was sparingly held and without
-changa of importance.
New Orleans spots closed quiet,
middling 8Jc; futures steady and 3to6
points lower, June 8.85c.
At Liverpool a fair business was
reported in spots, middling ojd; lut
ares easy and dull, and l-64d lower,
11a v-J une 5.03d.
In the general market hop products
are easv and a shade lower. Mess
pork, old, 8 50(a;8 75; new, 9 75
SiO. Sugir easy and c lower. Otht'r
Twenty six b:ls beans and peas, !l
Ekgs butter, 147 pkes bacon, 218 pkgs
oots and sho- s, 600.) bu corn, 27 sks
coffee, 63 pkgs dry goods, 61 pkgs eggs,
1276 brls Hour, 2U0 bales hay, 32 pkgs
lints, 428 pkgs lard. 30.50J ft lumber,
155 brls meal, 68 brls potatoes, 1 car
pork s des, ll0 brls sugar and l7UpKgs
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange to-day:
Corn received, 4:i66 bu; withdrawn,
3294 bu ; in store, 21,343 bu. Oats re
ceived, none; withdrawn, 100 bu;
in store, 2U54 bu.
JOHN Xu NORTON
9 Madison St, MempiU, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
OIL TMtlHT CERTIMCAlEf.
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing-Hoose report is as fol
Friday, Mar 28th, $226,861 78; thus
far this week, $1,138,445 51 : came
time last week, 11,100,806 03; same
time 1885, 7U7,0U 2o; Bame time in
1884, 5924,945 74.
Friday. May 28tb, $84,948 01;
thus far this week, $327,301 01 ; same
time lac t week, $294,021 71 ; same time
in 1885, $240,210 60; same time in
1884, $106,980 87.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, 1 premium selling; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans, I discount buying, par selling.
Bauk of Commerce..l49 bid, 152 asked
First National 145 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 192) bid, 195 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters. .149 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank... 135 b d, 137 asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 101 bid. 103 asked
Home 72 bid, 75 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples...- 81 bid, 83 asked
Pbceuix 98 bid, 10J asked
Planters 105. bid, ... asked
Yanderbilt - 21 bid, 22 asked
Arlington 35 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
M. and O. R.R.sharee..29 bid, ... aked
M.& T. R.R. shares.... 40 bid, ... asked
M. & O. consols, 7s. ..116 bid, ... asked
M. 5c L. R. 1st m. 8s... 105 bid, ... asked
Mi88.AT.R.R.cj,A...118 bid, 121 asked
Miss. &T.R.R c?,B... 106 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. 0 97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. G 106 bid, 107 asked
Tax. DisL 4, 0 93 bid, 94 asked
Tax. Disk 6s 102 bid, 102 asked
Mem. 8tor. Coin. Co.,105 bid, 106 asked
Mem. Gas stock .78 bid, 82 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot Oil truflta...30 bid, 31 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills. ..18 bid, 22 asked
Nkw York, May 28. Money on call
easy at 12 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 4(a)5c. Sterling exchange
-strong, with actual rates At 487 for 60-
' day bills and 489 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
' quiet but firm to-day. State bonds
were dull and steady. Notwithstand-
. ing the weakness in stocks, railroad
bonds continued to advance, but with
a dec eased business. Sales, $1,915,
- 500, of which Erie 2d consols, June
coupons, furnished $382,000. There
were very few declines.
Stocks The rise in stocks continued
this morning, notwithstanding the
efforts of certain operators for a reac
tion. Early advices from the West
contained news .f threatened t'ouble
in the Northwest This was followed
by the enggeme. t of $750,003 more
sold for export. Ti se facts, wi'h the
desire of many tra. vs to anticipate
the usual realizing , priority to-day,
. starled a sel.ing movement before
noon. This occasioned considerable
realizing, and later in th. afternoon
pales for the shott account. The mar
ket opened steady, and in the early
dealings somewhat feverish, with a
heavy tone. This, however, disap
peared after the first 13 minutes, and
the market became strong through
out, especially in the coal stocks.
The rise culminated, however, at
about 11 o'c'ock a.m., and prices
moved off slowly, the market be-1
wuiing quieter after 1 o'clock,
when there was considerable in
crease in activity, and the down
ward movement was accelerated.
Piires continued to fali until the close,
and the final figures are at or near
the lowest of the day. t. Paul opened
Jc lower at 92jc, advanced to 93c, de
clined to and closed at 91Jc; Lacka
wanna opened at 12?tgc, declined to
128c, closing Jc higher; 'Lake Shore
wan Jc higher at the opening at 82 Jc,
and after declining a small fraction
advanced to 82 Jc but declined to 8CJc,
closing at 80 J. The general market
followed the movement in these
Stocks very closely, and the'net result
of the d:iv s biB'ness is a decline in
everything on the active list of
amounts ranging from small fractions
to over 1 per cent. Lake hore was
the greatest sufferer, losing 1J per
cent , Union Pacific 1 and St. Paul 1.
The total sales of stocks to day were
388,94 ehares, including Delaware,
I.ackawanna and Western, 66,690;
Delaware and Hudson, 6810; Erie, 12,
320; Kansas and Texas, 89t0; take
Shore, 39,010; Louisville and Nash
ville, 5520; Northwestern. 16,155;
New Jersev Centr-1, 11,780; New York
Central, 6560; Pacific Mail, 10,015;
Reading, 8JO0: St. Paul, 89,915; St.
Paul and Omaha, 3:;70; Texas Pacific,
4405; Union Pacific, 13,025; West
ern Union, 12,0!5; Northern Pacific
prefrred,5570; Oregon and Trans
continental, 9300. Closing quotations:
U.S. Se, 101. 4a, eonp.126.
4Sa. coup. 112;. fKific be of 1IU5, 127'.
La. itami i, 4a, 77 Miuonrt. 6i, 101'.
Tenn.oe, old, 68. Tenn. tie, new, ti
Cent. Pu. liu, 117. Dan. R.tt.lste,ll'.
DenaR.O.W.lta,74SKrie eeoonda. llM.
M.K. T.,den ba.iMSNorth. Pu. lata, 11'
North. Fu. 2dt, SS.N. Wetern con., HI
N.Weit. dab. 6a, 107V,. St L.S.F.Gen.M, 107
St. Paul, eon., 133. St.P.,C. k If. Uu,2.
T. P. land grante,3d'',T.P.. R.U. ai cou. M't
U. P. lata, 11. Weat Chore. Uti',.
Adame Eipreei, 140. Morris k E.. 142.
Allegheny Oen., . N'aihvllle k C, 47.
Alton k T. H , 31). N. J. Central, 51K.
A T. II., pfd.. 84. Nor. 4 W..pfd.,aJ.
American Li., 1U7. Northern Par.,
B. C. R. k N., 55. Northern P. rild.,.'1..
Canada Pao.,ft4'4. C A N. W., llCi.i
Canada Son., 3'. C. AN. W,, pld., 1401-4
Central Pacilio, 40. N. Y. Central, lui
Chesapeake i 0., HS. N. Y. C. k St. L., "S.
U. k U., 1st pld, J."!',, ti. V.Ht.L.dtU .v
V. a u., za pia., lu. uniocenirai,
C. k A.. 138. Ohio k Miai..
C. k A , pld., 15. O. k mt.. pfd., 0.
C, B. k Q., lii'i- Ontario k Vi eat.. 163;.
C, St. L.kX.O.,. Oregon Ney., llX).
C, St. L. k P., 10. Oregon Trana.. 31.
C, Ht. L. k P. p.,28'i Oreiion Imp., 18.
C, 8. k C, 26. Pacific Mail, 5J?-,.
C.A C, 49. Panama, .
Dei. 4 Uod ,97'- Peoria, D. k E., 2.
Del., I.. AW., UW. Pituburg. 151.
Den. A Kio (i.. V. Pullman P. C, 132.
Erie, 255,. Heading , H- ,,
hrie pfd., t9. Kock laiand, 12IS.
Eait Tann., '. St. L. A i. ., Ufi.
Eait Tann. pld. 'i'i. bt. L. 8. F., p.,
Fort Wayne, 145. Bt.h.k B.F..lt v.W't
HannibalASt Jo.,-C. M. A St. P., 1?
H. A St. Jo., pfd.,- C. M. A St. P..p.,12134
Harlem, 220. St. P., M. AM., H4'-,.
Houiton A T.,30 St. P. A Omaha, 41.
Illinoia Can., 137. Bt.Paul A 0.pfd.,lU6Vt
Ind., B. A W.. 2S,i. Telaa Pacific,
Kaniaa A T., 267.. Union Pacific, Wi.
Lake E. A Vf ., 12. U. B. Expresi, 63.
Lake Sbora, h!4. W., St. L. A P., 7l6.
Lou. A Naah., mi. W St. L. A P..P..14.
Lou. AN. A., 37. W. A F. Ex., 124.
M. A C. firit pfd , -.W. U. Tel., 61.
M. A C. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 23.
Mem. A Char., 29. Hotnentuke, 20.
Mich. Can., 9. Iron Silver, 190.
M., L. 8. A W., 65. Ontario. 28.
M.,L.S.W.,pfd,92. Quickiiiver. 4.
Min. A St. L., 20. Quickeilver.pl J, 20.
Min. A St. L.pfJ,4l:li. South Pacific .
Mifnouri Pcifio,107a.8utro. 11,
Mobil A Ohio, 12.
London, May 28.-5 p. m. Consols
101 15-16 for both money and the ac
count. Bar silver. 45Jd per ounce.
The amount of bullion trone into the
Bank of England on balance to-day
Paris, May 28. Three per cent.
rentes, 821 25c lor the account,
Chicaoo, III., May 28. Bank clear
ings to-day were j,&S3,uuu.
Nkw Oblbams, La., May 28. Clear
ings of the banks, $1,242,634.
New York, May 28. Exchanges,
97,569,005; balances, 54,106,134.
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. Bank clear
ings, 2,488,287; balances, 1685,731,
Baltimore-, Md., May 28. Bank
clearings, f 1,764,447; balances, 3UU,
Boston, Mass., May 28. Exchanges,
1 11.147.6:14: balances. $1,260,578.
Money 2 ptrcent. Exchange on New
York 13 to 20c premium.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 28. Bank
clearings, $8,959,619 ; balances, $1,180.
740. tor the week of five days, end
ing to day, clearings, $38,523,435; bal
The local cotton market opened
quiet, and closel quiet; middling, 88c,
Kales, 650 bales, of which 325 to ex
potters and 325 to spinners.
Ordinary 71 71
Good Ordinary.... 7j 7
Low Middling 88 8
Middling 8, 8
Good Middling.... 9, 9
Middling Fair 10 10
Fair... Nom. Nora.
Dusty 61W8 68
Stains.tinges 78A 7,(o)8
- Miufbis, May 23, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885 ... 1,392
Received to-day 149
Received previously. ..534,619 536,160
Shipped; to-day 1402
Shipped previoualy....489,598 491.C00
Stock ranning account
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September lBt
M. and C R. R 44
M.andT.R. R 22
L. and N. R. R 7
M. and L. R. R R 52
C.,0 andS.W.R.R 6
L .N.O. andT.R.R 1
K. C, S. and M. R. R 5
Steamers - 7
Wagons and other sources 5
Thus far this week 8,549
Thus far last week 7,949
Since September 1st 491,000
M.and C. R. R...
M. and T. R. R.,
L. and N. R. R
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS.
ing May Since Sep
28, 1886. tember 1st.
ckivkd. This Last This Last
Year Year Year Year
M&CRR.... 245 110 76572 78649
MATRR... 64 22 58581 45730
L&NRR... 161 63 43368 43058
M&LRRR 99 113 79917 72808
C.OASWRR 60 28 24194 25019
L.NOATRR 139 35715 13290
KC.84MRR 33 1 19369 19828
M,B ARK 5 60 17255 97
Miss, river ... 117 28 88975 64483
White river. 8 21 20750 165V6
St.Fran river 5 7308 3198
rk'sas river 16 11085 4471
Wagons, etc 30 60 61679 34389
Total 98 1 506 534768 424600
M & C R K... 1102 160 100528 57768
M A T R R... 2293 402 31h79 54537
L A N R R... 2835 176 924551 85047
CO&SWRR 310 139 9,;-007j 51572
L.NO&TRR! 4275! 42264
M, BAARR 11523;
Steam's n'rthl 2009 2078 94514; 77767
Steam's B'uth lSSH 40085
T'rtal I 854UI 3Ol.r!41OO0:4Cr.O4il
New York spots opened quiet and
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SATURDAY,
closed quiet and 1-1 6c lower. Sales,
1337 bales. Quotations as fallows:
' rdinary. 6 9-18 6J
Gcod ordinary. 7 15-16 8
Low middling. 8 8 13-16
Middling.. 9 3-16 9
Good middling. 9 11-16 9 11-16
Middling fair. 10 10 11-16
Fair 11 11
New York futures opened dull and
closed steidv and 1 to 4 points lower
than Thursday. Salei, 67,200 bales.
The closing quotations were as folio w :
May 9110 812 9.12(i 9 i.3
June 9 21 9.22 9.12(4 9 13
July.. 9.31(4 9 23 9.24
August. 9.15(4 9.16 9.32(4 9.33
September...9.04(4 9 05 9 W$ 9 17
October 9 00 4 9.01 9 044 9 05
November...9 03 9 04 9 01 9.02
December ...9.10 i 911 9 04 9.05
January 9 20 9 21 9.11 9.12
FebruaryM...9.30(ii 9.31 9.S0 9.22
March 9.30 9.32
The following is the cotton state
ment for the week ending Friday,
May 28, 1886:
Net receipts at all United
States ports during the Bait's.
Total receipts to date 5,163,3fi5
Exports for the week 44,879
Total exports to date 3,807,109
Stock at U. S. ports 665,777
Stock at all interior towns... 72,111
Stock at Liverpool 633,000
Stock of American afloat for
Great Britain 131,000
The New Orleans spot market
opened quiet, and closed quiet.
Sales, 2100 bales. Quotations were as
Ordinary 71 7J
Good ordinary 7; 8
Low middling 83 8
Middling 82 8
Good middlim? 9 9j
The New Orleans future market
opened steady, and closed steady.
Sales, 9900 bales.
Quotations were as
8 63 8.61
8 5! 8 60
8 63 8 64
8 62 8.63
8.72(4 8 73
8.94 8 95
January 8 7
February... 8 83 4 8 84
March 8.91 8.95
DAILY POBT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
42 9 3-16
Receipts at ports, this day, 1886. 3,160
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 1,664
1886. , 1885.
R'ts U. 8.
Ex. Gr. Br
For'go Ex 1
Increase of receipts this year.. ..496,872
The Liverpool spot market at noon
reported fair business. Sules, 12,000
bales, of which American 6900 bales.
Receipts, 13,000 bales, of which
American 12,800 bales.
The following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 4 5-ltJd; good
ordinary, 4jd; low middling, 4 15-16d;
good middling, 5jj ; middling uplands,
6Jd ; middling Orleans, 5 3-10d.
Manchester cloths steady and some
what inactive. Yarns steady, but
The prices are given in pence and 64ths,
(Am.- 4 63 means 4 63 Hid; and 5 01
means 5 l-64cf.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quiet. Quotations were as follows:
May, ; May-June, 5 015 03d;
June-July, 5 03d; July-August, 5 Old;
August-September, 5 065 05d; September-October,
6 025 Old; October
November, 4 63d; November-December,
; September, 6 COd.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet. May, 5 03d buyers ; May-June,
6 03d buyers; June-July, 5 03d buy
ers ; July-August, 5 04d value ; August-
September, 5 05d buyers; September
October, 5 02d sellers: October-November,
4 62d value; November-December,
4 61d buyers; September,
5 061 sellers.
At 4 p.m. : Liverpool futures were
dull, and l-64d lower than Thurs
day. May, 6 02d buyers; May-June,
5 02d buyers; June-July, 5 02d buy
ers; July-August, 5 04d sellers;
August-September, 5 05d sellers; September-October,
5 Old buyers; October-November,
4 62d sellers ; November-December,
4 61d sellers ; Septem
ber, 6 05d buyers.
Liverpool weekly statement for the
week ended May Z8, 1886:
Weekly sales 75,000
Of which American. 51,000
Including for export 1,509
Incl'g forspec'lation 9,100
ForwM f'm ship side 18,000
Total stock 633,000
Of which American. 461,000
Week's receipts 90,000
Of which American. 72,000
To'l rec. since Sep.l..2,480,000 2,876,900
Of which AmericAii.2,0:tt.700 2,216,400
Actual week's exp't. 6,000 4,800
Stock afloat 244,000 133,000
Of which American. 134,000 63,000
The following is the record of the
bids and offers at the session of the
Call Board of the Merchant's Ex
No 2. white, spot. 401c o. t; bid, 42c
asked; May, 42c asked; June, 40jc
bid. 41c inked; No. 2, spot. 38c o.t
bid, 39c asked; June, 37jc bid, 38c
No. 2, white, spot. May. 341 o. t.
bid; June, 25c asked; July, 34c
asked; JNo. 2, spot, 32c o, t. bid;
May, 32c bid ; June, 6 cars sold at
32c; July, 31c asked.
Spot, $12 asked: May. $12 asked:
June, $10 50 bid, $11 25 asked; July,
$10 bid, $11 25 at-ke.l.
Snot, $2 10 asked : Mav, $2 10 naked:
June, $1 69 bid ; July, tl 90 bid.
Cobs White, 47c; mixed, 4(c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 44c;
mixed, 42c; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 42c; mixed, 40c.
II a v Choice, from store, 85c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 50c; round lots from
levee or depot, choice, $14?14 60;
prime, $13 13 60; prairie, $! 60.
Oats White, 4tV; mixed, S8je,
from store ; round lots from levee t n
track white, sacked, 37c; mixed,
Bran From it ire, 85c per cwt.;
round lots from levee, $14 7515 per
Beans Navy, $1 75'i&2; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
Cohnmeal Standard, $2 102 25;
pearl, $33 25 from store, 5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 46c; Carolina,
OiTMEAL In ball barrels, $33 25
Flocb In car lota, double extra,
$33 50; triple extm,$3; family,
$3 754; choice, 44 25; fancy,
$4 254.51; extra fancy, $4 604 90;
patents, $5 256 65; frem store
family, $44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90; extra fancy, $5
5 25; patents, $5 50Ctf 25.
Cracked Wheat la half-barrels,
$3 AO from store.
Homiht and Obits From store, $3
3 2 5.
Cbackebs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra. 4c; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sarted lumbles, 9!.
Kansas Cray, Mo., May 23. Wheat
'oer;No. 2 red, cash, 60c bid, 631c
a'ked; Jane, 51c bid. 54c asked; July,
57jo. Corn weak; No. 2, cash, 283c
rsked; June, 25 J c bid, 26c asked;
Ju y , 26 8 c bid, 27 J c asked. Oats-no
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. -Flour
very quiet, and about unchanged.
Wheat very weak, and 1(4 lc lower;
the market opened weak, out rallied
t) about yesterday's clone, declined
again, and closed ey; Nn, 2 red, cash,
76771e; Jane, 7ti)70jjc, closing at
76lc; July, 75J76Je, closed at 76 jo
bid ; August. 767oie. cloted at 761c.
Corn weak and lower, closing i.c
under yesterday's; No. 2, mixed, rash,
31Jc; May, 311c: June, 31'32Jc,
closed at 31 Jc; July, 32iK43.'ilc, clos
ing at 323c; August, 3:ig34, closed
at 33o. Oats very dull and wraV ;
No. 2 mixed, cah, 29j311c; May,
29c: June, 274c asked. Rye
tady, 0060fo. Barley no market.
Hay dull and weak ; timothy, UK 12.
prairie, $58. Flax-seed easy $1
1 01. Bran steady, 45c. Corninealfirm,
$2. Receipts Flour, 2000 brls; wheat,
9000 bu ; corn, 70,000 bu ; oats. 24,000
bu; rye, none; barley, 1000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 12,000 brls; wheat,
none; corn, 134,000 bu; oats, 34,000
bn; rye, none; barley, none.
Almioon Hoard. Wheat lJo high
er. Corn J3 higher. Oats weaker,
Chicago, III., May 28. The pries
of the speculative trade of wheat in
this market No. 2 Chicago spring
was quoted at the lowest tiiture to-day
current at any previous time since
December, 1884. At one time daring
the trading hours the nominal quota
tion for cash wheat was 721c. The
price for May delivery touched the
fame figure, or 31 jc lower than the
highest official quotation for the. fame
option in August of last year. Sales
were made of wheat daring the day
for delivety every month up ti May,
1887. The sales for April delivery
were 79j80c. The market openel
steady to-day, with tho chief trading
in wneit confined to July delivery.
The starting price was 75J i, with some
sales at 75 1-lOc, but l ha offerings were
very large and the price fell off quick
ly to 74 jc, tallied several t'mes to
745c, but just before the close of the
rtgulur board eo'd off with a rush t)
74c, rallied, and closed at 74)c. Foreign
advices quoted dull markets and tine
weather. The export clearings were
moderate, and receipts continue fair.
Considerable long is reputed to have
been thrown on the market daring
the day. In the afternoon July rallied
to 74gc on better buying, and closed
at that figure. The feeling of weakness
extended to coin, and a further slight
d.'cline followed. The offerings
of oats were very large and the mar
ket became suddenly depressed. May
declined lie; June, Jc, and July, j
jc, and the market closed tame at the
decline. Flour dull and easy, but
quotably unchanged. Wheat excited
and lower, closing lc ander yesterday.
Sa'es ranged : May, 72j73c, closed at
72Jc; June, 72'4738c. closed 72.9-16o ;
July, 7475 3 16c, closed 74Jc; No.2
spring, 72jc; No. 3 spring, 6t)fi8c.
Corn easier: cash, 35o; May, 3535c,
closed 35c; June, 35 3-16:i5jc, closed
35 3-10c: July, 36 316c361c, closed
361c. Oats deprefsed and lower; cash,
27c; May, 2j27Jc, closed 26jc;
June, 26J27c, closed 2ic: July,
6i-'7gs, closed Z6c. Kye dull; No.
2, 69c. Barley dull ; No. 2, 65c. Flax
seed firmer; No. 1, $1 06J1 07. Re
ceipts Flour, 13,000 brls; wheat, 12,
000 bu ; corn, 121,000 bu ; oats, 220,000
bu;rye, 2000 bu; barley, 15,000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 7000 brls; wheat,
77,000 bu ; corn, 130,000 bu; oaU, 171,
000 bu ; rye, 12,000 bu ; barley, 0000 bu.
Afternoon Board. Wheat steadier
and jc higher; July, 74gc. Corn firmer;
July, 36jc. Oatieasy; July, 26Jc.
Bottkr Creamery, 3034c; dairy,
1520c; batterine, 1315c; country,
1218a. according to condition.
Cheese Prime flats, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 121c; Y. A.
Mess Pobk 01d,$8 508 75 per bar
rel ; new, $9 7510 per barrel ; sugar
cured hams, packed, 10llc; break
fast bacon, 7j9c; clear rib bacon,
Bulk Pork Clear sides,5J6cjclear
rib sides, 6g5fc ; long clear, 5 j5c ;
Lard Tierces, 56c; half-barrels,
616Jc: kegs, 66c; buckets, 68
61c; half-buckets, 6l08c ; 50-lb tins,
66jc; 20-lb tins, 616c; 10-lb tins,
66jc; 6-lbtins. 661c; 3-lb tins,
66c ; choice kettle, tierces, 6J
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 81c; Mut-
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
St. Louis, Mo., May 28 Provisions
quiet and generally weak. Pork abont
steady, $8 759. Lard weak, 6.65
53c. Bulk tneatseasy; loose lots long
clear, 6.30c; short rib, 5.40c; short
clear, 5 55c; boxed lots long clear,
5 30(3)5 35c; short ribs, 5.45c; short
clear, 5.55c. Bacon long clear, 6 85
5.90c ; short ribs, 5 92)5.95c ; short
clear, 6.106ic Hams firmer, 9j
llc. Butter creamery, 1415c. Eggs
Chicago, III., May 27. Mess pork
easier; 7J10c lower; cash, $8 35;
June, $8 12j8 25, closed at $8 20
8 22J ; July, $8 :108 35, closed at
$8 308 321. La'd steady ; cash and
June, 6,5 90c: July, 5.92J5-97jc;
closed, 6.955.97j". Short rib sides
steady; cash, 5.20c. Box?d meats
steady; dry railed shoulders, 4
4 30c; short clear Bides, 5 i(Vi5.li5c.
Butter very slow: creamery, 12 J 16c;
dairy, lll4c Kggs, 9c.
Coffee Common. 88Jc; ordinary,
99Jc: prime Rio. 11c; choice to fan
cy, lli13Jc; old government, 23
30 d; Ceylon, 20c.
' Soap SJ-Jc per pound.
Sugar Pure white, 6 jc; off white,
MAY 20, 1SSG.
6l!6jc; yellow, 6J6jc; open kettle,
6i(5tc; refined A, 6jo; granulated,
771c; powdered, 71c; cat loaf,
Salt $1 201 30 per barrel ; f acka,
fine, $1 60; coarse, $1 10; pockets,
bleached, 2J i7c; car-loads from levee
or depot, 5c cheaper. ,
MoLArwEs Louisiana, common to
fair, 20.iVl c; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrif
ugal, fancy, 33c.
Tobacco Common, 11-inch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 35Ci85c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60.
Candies Sticks, all sixes, in boxes,
paila and barrels, 7i8)c.
Candles Full weight, lOglOJc.
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doi
en: Pineapples, fl 351 65 ; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 25 1 40; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2 lb. standard,
$ll 10; 3-lb. $t 15 I 30; straw
berries, $1 S51 40; raspberries,
SI 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 60l 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, SI 60(4
1 70: asparagus, $2 60 4; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $l2 25; cove
oysters, fall weight, Mb, $1(41 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb
65c j cove oyetors, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiw, $6.
Baltimore. Md.. Mav 28. Collee
steady; Rio, cargoes, ordinary to fa r,
New Orleans, La., May 28. Cofff
in tair demand ; Kio cargoes common
to prime, 7 lOJc. Rice dull ; ordinary
to good, 34J. Hngar dull and
nomina1 ; open kettle, choice,
5 7-10c; strictly prime, 5J5c;
fully fair to prime, 6Jc; centri
fiualB, choice white. 6lc; off white.
6(r6lc; choice yellow clarified, 6Jo ;
prime yellow clarified, t)jc; seconds,
4c. Molasses quiet but steady ; open
kettle, good prime to strictly prime,
12c; centrifugal, prime to strictly
New York May 28. Coffee spot
fair Rio firm, 91c; options higher and
active; sales, 37,250 bags; May, 7.85
7.90c; June, 7.95c; July, 7.8)7.90u;
August, 7.807.90c; September, 7 J
7 85c; October, 737.80c; November,
7J7.80c; December, 7ij7.80c; Jan
uary, 7.85c. Sugar easier and dull;
fair to good refining, 4 13-164 15 16;
re lined steady; white extra V, 5 916
6gc;ott A,525jo; standard A, 64
l 15-16c; confectioners' A, 6J
6 3-1 He ; granulated, 66 5-10c ; cubes,
()j(.i.(ijc. Molasses easier; 50 test,
17Ac. Rice steadier and in moderate
Apples Apples. $1 603 from
store; $1 252 per car-load from levee
or depot Dried apples, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
(tV4c irom store.
Potatoes Potatoes, $l2 from
store. Sweet potatoes scarce, $2 76 per
on. reaa, ii wxtil 70 per busiiei.
Vbobtables Onions, $2 753
from store ; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 75(43 per crate,
Kraut, barrels, $55 50; half-barrels,
S2 7a3. Garlic, 406Uc per 10U,
Turnips. 50c per bushel.
Fbuit Oranges, Louisiana, none ;
Cali'ornla, $4; Messina, $3 505 per
box; Imperias, $55 60 per box.
Lemons, $07 per box. rmoanas
$1(42 60 per bunch. Cocoanuts,
$4 per 100. Peanuts Virginia, 71c;
lennessee, larmers stock, J4c;
roasted, 2Jc higher; shelled, 10c. Al
Pickles In jars, pints, 05c; quarts
$1 50; hall-gallons, $2 76; gallons,
$3 75 ; loose, barrels. $6 ; half-barrels.
$3 50 ; mixed, barrels, $10 50 ; mixed,
Raisins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 1014c for latge; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,15c;
urenobies, loc. rilberts, lzc.
Cider Missouri, $7(47 50 per bar
rel and $44 60 per half-barrel ; Vine
gar, ll(iHc per gallon.
Poultry Turkeys, per dozen, $12
M16: chicken'. II 60M3 25.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 605; No. 2, $3 25; No. 3, $2 75;
10-lb kit, No. 1, 80c ; No. 2, 70c: 15-lb,
No. 3, 50c. Dry berrins, family, JUc
Game Venison, whole, 35c; sad
dles, 6 8c: bear, 68c; wild turkeys,
6076c; ducks, $3; squirrels, 75c;
quails, 75c tl; prairie chickens, $5;
game fish, 11 12c.
Eggs Weak, 89c.
I OTTO K SEED OIL, ETC.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per ton; on bank of river (f. o. b.
boat), $6 ; wagon at mills, $8 ; Meal
Prime (f.o.b.), $1414 50 per ton. Less
than car-load lots, $10. From store,
90c per sack. Cake Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude C. 8. oil, 2122c; prime sum
mer yellow, 2526 jc ; off-summer yel
low, 2223c ; miners' , ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 2830c ; off
New Orleans, La., May 28, Cotton
seed products steady with a good de
mand; i rime crude delivered at 201
21Jc; off quality, 1719c; summer
yellow, f. o. b, 2829c ; off quality,
24 Jc; cake and meal, $18 5019 per
ton, f. o. b.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, 0., May 28. Petroleum
quiet; s. w., 110, 7c.
Pittsburg, Pa., May 28. Petroleum
dull and closed steady ;Na'ional Tan
sit certificates opened at 64jc; closed
at 63c; highest, 64jc; lowest, 63 Jc.
BIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint, 12115c; dry
salt, 1012c; green salt, 67c ; green,
56Jc; deerskins, 1516c. Beeswax,
1820c; tallow, 22Jc.
BAUUIHU AND TIES, ETC.
Bagging Jute, 9$llc; flag, 9J(?
lOJc, accordingto weight. Ties, $1 15
Nails-12 402 C5.
IIORNES AND DULES.
HoRSES-Goml driving, $150225;
good sa-ldle, $14O.'W0; plugs, $35
80; good mares, $5I40.
Mules 14J to 15, $110135; 15 to
15 J, $125140; 15 J to 16, $16017&.
Good demand; Bitpply fair.
WBUKT, WINES, LItrOK, ETC,
WmsKV-Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 600; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 90cl 50.
St. Louis, Mo., May 28. Whisky,
firm at$l 10.
Chicago, III., May 28. Whisky
steady at $1 14.
Cincinnati, O., May 28. Whisky
(inn at $1 10. Sales of 645 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1050 pounds, 40Hu; gixxl,
3juiHic; choice grass-fed, 33icj
troo.1, 3(i3K' ; fair to medium, 2j
2Jc; common, lKJ'-c.
IIimw Choice, SJ(.f,4c; good, 3J
3 Jc; common, 33r.
She Ctioiw, -l(.f.c; medium. 3
(43jc; wramon, $1(41 60. Choice
lambs per heal. . t-J (0.
Kansas Citv, Ma, May 2Tbe
Live wk Iiuiioikr reporar-Catt'e
Receipts 802 hea 1 ; ehiimente,tione;
marke' morest-ady; ehoicar to fancy.
$5(45 20; fair to tool, fl 704 W;
common to melintn J l ,u4 tiO; stock-
em aril ledes, J.l 0 K4 20; cow s, ti W)
3 50. HoiiS Re.-eiots. 11.481 held.
shipments, 4973 heal; market weak
ni 6c lower; good to choice, 13 75(4
3 85; common to medium. 3 40 3 70.
Sheep Receipts, 135 bead; ship
ments, none: market quiet; gwd to
choic, t'.V&l S; common t9 medium,
$1 752 75.
Chicago, III., May 28. The foimm'
Jmrnal reports: Cattlw-Rsceipts,KX)0
head ; shipments, 2tHX) head ; market
steadier; shipping eters, 950 to 1500
ponrda, $4 355 65; loi pounds.
$4 70(45 40: Blockers and leeder,$2 50
4 50; cows, balls and mixed, $2
3 90; bnlk, $. 7(X; tbr-mgh Texas
cattle. $! 2.54 50. Hogs-Receipts,
32,000 head; shipmente, 6.500 head;
ma ket slow and steady, closing a
shade lower; rongh and mixed, $3 80
W4 15; packing and shippiug, 250 to
330 pounds, $44 25; liht weight,
$3 75(44 20; skips, $2 40(.r3 65. Sheep
Receipts, 34(0 head ; shipments, 1800
NKW YORK DRY UIHIIW MARK KT.
New York, May 28. la the charac
ter of the open demand the market
shows a light ttadn, bat in a quiet way
the ili tribu'.lon of goods by agents is
fairly laref, besides a further good
quantity delivered in tho execution of
autumn orders. The tone is better.
Special Notice to Shippers.
ar Tit 8tr. COAHOMA will laara for
llolana and Kriari Point THIS DAY (Thura
dayland SATURDAY at 5 p.m.
JA8. LEK, Ji., Kop't.
Memphis & Cincinnati P'k't Co.
'OK 90 DAYS ONLY I
May lit. A
Buckeye State, Ohio & Jaa. W. Uab.
mr Thla Company will aall ROUND TRIP
TICKKTa fruin Momi.hu to Louiavilla,
Cincinnati, and all Kaatara Citial, at
Rrautly Raduoad Rataa.
CINCINNATI MAY FESTIVAL
Commanolna May lHlh, to 23d lnoluilva,
with Faatival Cborua of
SOO TraliMsl Vslrm and nn Orebmatra
or Over 100 Arllaia.
During tha earning HO dayi Cincinnati will
ba varv attractive tn vl.ttnr..
a)ar Tiekata includa Maala and Htata.rnoma
Hatnrn tloketa good on any boat In tha Una.
mod Doat carnal a gin btrlng Uand.
BOATS LEAVK MKMl'UIB
Mondayi and Thnradajs at 5 T.M.
For information Inqolra of C. B. RUB-
mklu, Agant, IX ftlaunon atraat, Marapbli,
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
I, Lonla ml Nw Orlonna Aachm
a.la-i.H. Miali CAIRO k oT. LOUia
City of Yicksburg, kSS,
Lar Ahla miitar. 9t&mJL
Will laara tha Klarator T11L1 DAY. Ma.
29tb, at 6 p.m. For fraight orjiaMag apply
v. u. hi,i rim. rt. A i) r lit km . rtup t.
Hi tMUtn Mtiw Orltinua Anrbor
!.!-aj. n. mall run VlUKHUUKd
Brolaikl... m altar.
Will laava tha Klarator SATURDAY. May
2!ith. at ii p.m. For lraliht or pkmiwi apply
v. I., mam,. ruM.At t. rtri'itM, ruip
FOR NKW ORLEANS.
Ht. Lonla ana New Orlrnna Anrhor
Llmv-V.a). Miall-FOR.NEW ORLKANH.
City of Natchez, ..Tr
H. E. Bliby maitar.aRMtirX
Will Inara tha Klarator SATURIIA Y, May
ann, at u m. for iraignt or paioaira apply
C. L. Mal t.. Pa Ag't. Al STiiRM, Sup't.
For Oaoaola. Ilalaa Paint, Caruthararllla,
uayono ana i ipmnrma ana naw ata
I naw ataapiar
W. P. Hall mitlir I J. D. Fullar dark,
Will laara aa abova, and all war pointa,
KVERY MONDAY and TI1URHDAY at 6
Mniunia,frlMra Folaia atotl Mrtmpuia
aina utoaaia rataaiaia tuonapaaaj.
For llalana, Olandala. Friari Point and all
Way Lanalnga tiUatar
I. T. Claaaall...maitar I Piatt Rhoaaa...oia:
Will laara aa abora on arary MUffUAY,
n xun aiwa i ana a aiua i at s o oiocx.
For Randolph, Fnlton, Oaoaola and Way
J. H. Coo par, maatar....J. W. Hmlthari.clark
Laaraa arary MONDAY. WICDKKbDAf
and FRIDAY at 6 p.m. Tha boat! of tht
Una raiarra tha right to paaa all landltii
tba oaptaln may daatn nnaafe. Uffloa, Nt,
Mdlnn. J A M KM LKK. .t..Hnr'
FOR WHITE KIVElt.
MEMPHIS at WHITE KIVLU P'K'T
Freddie Robinson, r-'0
M. R. Harry... nijjtor
For llalana, Terrana, DavaJla Bluff, Daa Aro,
Aniuata, Bearer, Nawport and BataaTlll.
Will laara aa abova SATURDAY at 6 p.m.
Through rataa to ail point. Fralaht oon
Ignad to Milt Barry Lino, Mam phU, will ba
promptly fnrwardad. W. J. P. DOYLK.
Ofll ca 12 MaHiaon t. Talaphona 'iff.
Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Com
pany D. H. Mail Line.
For Halona, Concordia. Tarranaand Arkan
laf Otty Tha alaaant paaaangar itaatnar
M. R. ChMk...maiUr I W. 0. Blaukar...olar
EVERT MONDAY and TUURBDAT, at t
m., raaarvlng tha right to paai all lanaingi
ha captain maydeain nnaaia. For canaral
Information apply at oOna, No, 4 Madlaoi
atraat. K. WALWORTll, Agant.
JOHN CAftR. Paaa'r Avant. Telaphona OTI,
Arkansas lllver Fk't Co.
Str. JOE PETERS, .v-m
B. B. 8mlth....mMter. aM.-,.i-.,M.J
Laaraa Mamphia Krery iuwuai. at o p.
a. v. iaj
OWca, No. S Madlunn at.
Talophona No. M,
Memphl8& White Klyr 1'ktCo
V. a. nAiii maw-
DVD PUIPIiOAtU .IT
o I n. uniuiM9niv, - i
I. C. Poi Ul.-maaUr I 0. H, fotiu.. ... mil
Clareaclou, IHivalla) BlnfV, turn Are,
LAna-uatn, Jatfiliaoiiport ana woatroy,
KAVKH MKMPUIH ICrery WHDNKHDAI,
atS p.m. Through rataa to all pointa.
Fraight aonalgnod to " Mamphla and White
tvirar Paokat Company" will baforwardad
promptly. U. U. LOWB, Agant, .
1 - 1.9
The St. Francis River ITansportatloi
Co.'" Fin HI'la-W haol V. a. Mall MUamal
Rene Macreaay, r.-
O. K.Joplln uiMtar,
at 5 o'elook, for Marianna, tha Cat-Off, and
Intarmadiata landings on Ht. Franoil rirar
ha oaptain raiarraa tno mot w paaa at
indinca ba deema nnaafa. JAS. LhK, Jr.,
Rnnrm(nHn Om-w, No. 4 M.ili.on t
TO ""E UKO PJK !
Cook' Eirnrttoa Partlra laara in
April, May, Juna and July, band for Pro-
(rndl v'ldnnl Toairlat Ttrhela for traral
In Kurope and all parta of the gluba.
an Tlrkrla by all linaa ol taatnora.
Caob'i Kmrnralonlaa, with nmpa, pnb
liihcl monthly, by mail for Ttv C-t.
1 Broadway, Naw York.
RIVERS A,D STE1M1I01TS
STEAM KB LKAYIXU
Friari Point Coaaoaia, 5 a.m.
Whita Rivar .FaaDois Koaigso.t, S p.mi
New OrN-ana C.TT.or Naroin, 12 m.
Virkburf .. .... A ilAXii ClTT, 6 p.m.
Friura l'uint.......JMM Lti, 5 p.m.
Arkanfa.. City KiTI Adims, 5 p.m.
Oareola ...CiiHOa, 5 p ml
Tipton villa Giraio.S p.m.
St.FranciaRlvar . Rii Mit aiDr.5 p.m.
Arkaniai Kiar.....Jo Piraaa, 5 p.m.
-MOVMEXlHAT Till LBYBK.
' ArrifoU. I aria C Brown, Cincin
ntti ; Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
I AjHirfurra. Paris C. Brows, New
Orleans; Belle Memphis, Vickaburg;
fAxit in I'ort.J&me Lee. i.
BonU Due Dim. City of Natchei
and Arkansas City. -
Boats Due (p. Freddie Robinson,
Coahoma, City of Louis, Kena Ma
cready and City of Vleksburg.
Paris C. Brown 112) bales hay.
Belle Memphis 110 tons merchandise.
nrtii mov km Kan.
Thk Uene Mattready, C.ipt. O. K.
Joplm, non outTmJay evening for
81. Francis river.
The Lee Line packets Monday are
the James Lee for Friars Point and
the Ccaboma for Osceola.
Tin City of Vicksbtirir, Capt. Dan.
Able, ia the Anchor Line packet this
evening at ti o'clock for Cairo and bt.
Louis. Georgia Walton is ber clerk.
QThk Uiyso, Capt. W. P. Hall, Is the
packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock
for Hales Point, Tiptonville and all
way landing. J. P. Walt ia in hr
Tiik Joe Ptte s, dpt. E. B. Bmith,
is the packet Tuaadaytevening at 5
o'clock for all points on Arkantas river.
Charles Muaeelmaa Is in charge of her
Tin Ccaboma, Capt. Thnmai Clag
gslt, is the packet this evuing at 5
o'clock for Helena, Friars Point and
all way landings. Will Ashford ii in
Tub Arkansas City, Capt. H. W.
Drolaskl, is the Anchor Line packet
this evening at ti o'clock for Vlcksburg
and the bends. W. II. Pritctiartt ii
Tiik Anchor Line steamer City of
Natchrx, Capt. H. K. Bixbv, will pass
down to day at 12 o'c'ock for New Or
leans and all Intermediate points. II,
K, Corbyn is her clerk.
Tits Katie Adams, Cant. Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail
packet Monday evening, at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Arkanrai City md all way
landings. W. 0. Blanker Is in her
The Freddie Robinson, Capt. Milt
R. Harjy, is the packet this even
Ing at S d'clcck for all points on Whits
river, going through to Newport and
making connections with packets for
upper Whits and Black rivers. Al
bert MoGhee Is In her ollloe.
BiHiNBse fair. '
Wiathik clear and warm.
No cottom received by river yeater
Tu John A, Wood, with a big tow
of coal, passed south yesterday.
Capi. W. P. Hall of the steamer
Gayoso.hai returned ho tne to Florida,
6apt. Johm J. DARiAan bai been
de sigLtted by the Board to be the
boiler inspector at this place.
Th Ohio departed lait evening for
OlrtfiniftU with 1600 bales of cotton
and 75 tons of sundries and a fair list
Tin river at this point marks 27
feet 7 tenths by the gauge, or 28 feet S
tenths above low water mark,
fall of 1 foot in twenty-four hours.
Tub' Belle Memphis ptsied down
yesterday evening for Vlcksburg with
a good trip. She put off here 110
tons of .freight and added 3$ tons.
Thi Paris C. Brown passed down
Eyesterday evenlnipfor New Orleans
with a lair trip, one awonaigsa nero
112, biles of hay and a lot of oil
RIVE Ml AID WEATHEB,
Orrica Hional Skbviob, U. 8. A.,
U km I'll is, May 28, 2 p.m. J
Tlie following observations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridiaa
time, which is one hour (aster than
Feet. lOthfl lOths lOths
31 8 11
8 8 4
13 8 10
7 2 3
8 5 2
3 8 .....-. 2
9 1 3
38 8 6
7 1 2
. 9 4 - 1
"'7' r.."...-!."'.'." "2"
U 8 10
6 4 .
a aaaa aaaaa "oiiti NIMiat.
3 2 5
4 0 2
tt 3 6
42 1 1
naaxrrr Lime Feat and toatki of a foot
abora aaro of gang :
Cairo, 40 feat. Chattanooga, 33 last.
Cincinnati, 1 50 I Dareaport, 15.
Dubuquo.lo. . rort Hmila, ii.
Keokuk, 14. Helena,-.
La CroMe, M Learen worth , 30.
Little Rock. 23. Loulerille.
Mamphii,M. . New Orleana, 13.2.
Naihvflla. 40. Pltt.bunr. 22.
Omaha, U. ' .t. Paul..
Hi. Louia, 31. Violtaburg, 41,
Bhrareport.28. Yankton. JI.
PiTrsBOM.May 28. Noon Rtver 3
feet 2 inches on the gauge and station
ary. Weather clear and warm.
Whbklino. W.Va.. May 28. Noon-
River 5 feet 11 Inches on the gauge and
falling. Weather clear and pleasant.
OmoiNKATt. May 28. Noon River
13 feet 1 1 Inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear ; thermometer 7(r.
Arrived: uramie otaie, mempnis.
LoutsviLLs, May 28. Noon River
falling, with 7 feet in the canal and 4
feet 10 inches on the falls. Business
good. Weather mild. Departed:
James W. Gaff, Memphis; Charles
Morgan, Cincinnati, last night.
Cairo, May 28. Noon River 32 feet
Inch and falling. Weather clear
and warm. Arrived: Iron Duke and
barges, Memphis,'.' a.m. ; Harry Brown
and tow, Ohio river, 5 a.m.; City of
Natchex, bt. L.ouis, a.m. j eoaa ana
tow, Ohio river, 8 am.; Joseph B.
Willinmsaniinw, unto nver, iu a.m.
Departed: 8. L. Wood and tow, New
Orleans, 7 a.m.; Bo;i and tow, New
Orleans, 8 a.m.; Joseph B. Williams
und tow, New Orleans, 10 a.m.