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MEMPHIS ' DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1880.
FtMCE MD C03ISERCE.
KOXET 8 FEB CEST., HEW TORE
EXCHANGE 1 4 PREMIUM.
Cottoa Steady-Middling-, 8 7-8e
Sales Yesterday, 630
Bales.
Honey in fair demand at 8 per cent
local aecarit'es dulL
The cotton market closed steady;
middlinv, 8Jc. Sales, 650 bales. At
New York spots were steady and 1-lOs
higher; middling, 9 5-16s.
C. L. Greene A Co,'s report on cot
ton future gays: "The shorts con
tinued active coveting today, transfer
ring their attentions largely to August,
with values stimulated 73 points,
and a great many contracts taken care
of. At the advance, however, the bull
piol commenced to sell with come
freedom, leading to a reaction and a a
unsettled feeling at the close. The
late mcnths gained 45 points
slowly."
At New Orleans rp:ts clos'd quiet,
middling EJc; futures quid acd
teady, Jaly 8.938.91c. At Liverpool
spot) were steady and unchanged,
middling 5jd ; futures quiet, Jane
5.0Cd.
In the produce market eggs are
quiet at 11c.
Hog products active and higher,
mere pork, $10 503)10 75.
IMPORTS.
Two hundred and seventy sks bran,
78 pkgs bu'tor, 237 pkes bacon, 201
pkgt boots and shoes, 13,500 bu corn,
79 pkgs ecrgs, 70 brls flour. 146 bu lei
hay, Qi ptts hats, 13,000 ft lumber,
253 brls meal, 15 brla molasses, 1510
kegs nsi's, 1 car pork s;des, 314 brls
sugar and 281 pkgs tobacco.
ELEVATOB REPORTS.
The following shows the amount of
pain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange to-day:
Corn received, 6007 bu: withdrawn,
1118 bu ; in store, 47.451 bu. Oats re
ceived, none; withdrawn, ncne; in
store, 20,224 bu.
TOITN Jj. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
DIALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS ARD BELLS
American corrox.
IX TKDSr CERTIFICATES.
FINANCE.
Honey in good demand at 8 per cent.
The Clearing House report is as fol
lows: CLEARINGS.
Saturday, June 26th, $186,32019:
total this week, 1914.367 69; total
last week, tl ,045,148 73; same time
in 1885. $846,390 34; same time in
1884, $526,924 60.
BALANCES.
Saturday, June 26th, $63 359 55;
total this week, $298,740 62; total
last week, $316,970 47; same time in
1885, $305,609 81; same time in 1884,
$156,899 00.
EXCHANGE.
New York sight on all points, par
baying, i premium selling; New
England demand, i discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans, J discount buying, par selling.
BANK STOCKS.
Bank of Commerce149 bid, 153 asked
Firet National 149 bid, 155 asked
German Bank......192 bid, 195 asked
SUte National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Pianter..149 bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank...l35 bid, 137 asked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 101 bid. 103 asked
Home 72 bid, 75 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 85 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 10J asked
Planters 105 bid, ... asked
Vanderbilt- 21 bid, 22 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
MISCELLANEOUS.
M. and C. K.R. sharee31 bid, ... asked
M.A T. R.R. shares....47 bid, ... asked
M. A C. consols, 7s. ..11 8 bid, ... asked
M. A L. R. 1st m. 8s. ..105 bid, ... asked
Miss.AT.R.R.cs,A...119 bid, 121 aakad
Mias. AT.R.Rcb,B...11! bid, 114 asked
Tenn. wta. ser. 0...97 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wta. ser. D to J-82 bid, 85 asked
Bhelby Co. 6s. 107 bid, 109 asked
.Tax. Diet 4,6s 94 bid, 84 asked
Tax. Dist 6s 103 bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas bonds. .....106 bid, ... aaksd
Mem. Water nonda.....96 bid, ... asked
Hanaaer Oil Works- ... bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot Oil tnMts.....33 bid. 84 asked
Pioneer OottenMill...22 bid, 25 asked
Mem.Stor.Oom.Co.101 bid, 104 asked
Mem. Gas stock .78 bid, 82 asked
Nkw York, June 26. Money on
eall easy at 12 percent. Pime mer
cantile paper 46 ; sterling exchange
dull; aciual rates 488 for sixty day
bills and 488 for demand.
Bonds Government bonds were
quiet but firm, with the threes nomi
nally lower and others unchanged.
State bonds were dull and (teady.
Railroad bonds were qnlet and gener
ally heavy in the morning, becoming
steady toward the close. Final Chan
g's are about equally divided between
gains and losses. The day's business
aggregated $1,654,500. Chesapeake
and Ohio, sf ries B, coupon off, are up
2 at 74; Detroit, Mackinac and
Mirqaette firsts 2 at 72; Erie
first landed coupon 2 at 131; Wa
bash, Detroit Di's 4 at 84.
Stocks The stick market presented
no feature of Interest, and there was
only one active stock on the list
Lackawanna. There was a fair business
in the morning honr,bnt after that time
all interest in tbe transactions ceased,
and the dullest afternoon for many
weeks followed. There was slight
rally toward the cloee, and the market
cloeed steady. At the opening every
thing, almost, was higher, advances
ranging from to . The earlv deal
ings ware marked by considerable
leverishno s, and although there were
some slight alvinces, in which Lake
8hora was conspicuous, the entire
market snon gave way, and material
declines were made by noon. There
was no movement daring tbe after
noon until a flight ral y toward the
close. Final prices show irregular
changes of only fractioml amount)
for most of tbe ec'.ive 1 s'. Omaha
preferred, however, rhows a dec'ineof
1 percent The sles were only 184,
783 shares. Lick anna famished
38,900, and in no other case did the
sales recH I8.C0O
The to'al sa'e' of stocks tcr'ay were
181,783 shares, including: Delaware,
Lackawanna ind Western, 33,9C0;
Delaware and Hudeon, SS96; Erie,
3400; Kansas and Texas, 6050; Lake
Shore, 13,200; Louisville and Naah
ville, 4815; Northwestern, 14,620; New
Jersey Centra), 1825 ; New York Cen
tral, 3910; Roading, 3150; St Paul,
17,650; St.' Paul and Omaha, 4500;
Union Pacific, 4370 ; Western Union,
11,260. Closing quotations:
New York. June 26. Tbe weekly
statement ot ihea'eociated banks show
the following changes: Rea?rve
decrease, $1,355,150. Loais increase,
$3,672 COO. Specie decrease, $1,568,
100. Legal teodere increass, $1,240,
800. Deposits increase, $4,118,400.
Circulation decrease, J 23 (XX). The
banks now hold $14,354,274 in excess
ot the 25 per cent rule,
SOTlKTS.
U. 8. Si, 101' i. ia, eoan, 127.
eXe, Map, 111. f Mifio Go of 1895, 12ft.
BOXDB.
La. itimt'i, 4a. T9. Miaaonri, 6a, 101
Tenn. tit, old, 60. Tena. tie, new, 60.
Cent. Pao. lata. 118. ben. A R.tt.lae,121.
1'eoAR.li. W.l-ta,77,Krie lerondi, 108.
M.K.AT.,Qen .6a.W. North. Fao. lata, U9A
North. Peo. 2d,lt,4.N. Wtrn oon.. M
N.Weat. deb. 6a, l"U,VHt.L.8.F.'len. ji, 112.
St. Pol, eon., 13. Si.P.,C. . P. Vu.UM.
T. P. landrnti.:,.T.P..R.G.eonu. 66.
U. P. leu, UV. Wut bhoro, lw,'i.
STOCKS.
Adami Expreta, 140. Morria A E.,onM 142.
Allegheny Con.. . Nashville 0., 65.
Alton A T. H.. 30. N. J. Central, 5.
A T. II. Mild.. H0. Nor. A W., pfd.,S4X.
American Ex., 106. Northern Pic, 'ivi.
B. 0. K. A ft., So. Northern P. pfd.,6Hj,.
Canada Pa., 6ti'4. C. AN. VI., 114V.
Canada Son., IF-,. C. A N. W pld.,142
Central Paoiflo, 4i. N. Y. Central, 106
Cheaapeake A O., N. Y. C. A St. h., 8.
C. AO.,latpfd, W-i. N.T.8t.l.AO..p.,20H.
C. AO.,2dp(d., 11. Ohio Central, .
C. A A., 143. Ohio A Mm., 23M.
C. A A . ptd., lr0. 0. A Misa.. pfd., W0.
C, B. A Q.. 135. Ontario A Wert.. 19.
C, St. L. A N. 0.. . Oregon NaT., 107.
C.St.L.&P., 11? i. Oregon Irani..
C, 8t. L. AP. p.,W. Oregon Imp., 20.
C, S. A 0 , M. Paoifio Mail, U.
O.A C, MH. Panama. 98.
Del. A Und .lOOM. Peoria. D. A K .
Del., L. A W., VM'i. Pitubnrir. I.M.
Den. A Kio (1.. lZrt. Pullman P. C, 1Z5M.
Erie, Reading, 2.
Krie pta., Rock In and. li'.M.
Kait Tenn., . St. L. A 3. F., 2Vi.
Kaat Tenn. ptd. 2. St. L. 8. F.. p., 4'n.
Fort Wayne, UiX. St.L.A8.F..lat r.lllS
Hannibal A St Jo., 0. M. A St. P., 93.
U. ASt.Jo..pfd.,- C. M. A St. P., p. 12H
Harlem, 2Z5. St. P., M. A M 116.
Houston A T., .13. St. P. A Omaha,
Illinois Cen.. 159. R.Paul AO.l'fd.. 114.
Ind., B. A W.. W. Texas Pacific, 11.
Kansas A T., 31V. Union Paoifio, bfi.
Lake E. A W., 12. V. ti. Express, 63.
Lake Shore. M. W., St. L. A P., 18?.
Lon. A Nash., 42;. W St L. A .,p..3u!i
Lou. AN. A., 44. W. A F. El.. 127J4.
M. A C. first pld , -.W. U. Tel., 64:tf.
M. A C. pfd., . Colorado Coal. 1U.
Mem. A Char., 37!4. Homeitake, 21H.
Mich. Cen., TP,. Iron Silver, 196.
M., L. 8.A W.,f5V. Ontario, 29.
M.,L.8.4W.,prd,91H QuicksiIver, 6.
Min. A St. L., 21. 0.uicksilrr.pfd, 23,
Min. A rt. L.ifd,4fiVJ. South Paoifio, .
M issouri Prifio,107. Sutro. 11.
Mobile A Ohio, 16.
Lonoo!, June 20 Consols, 101 3 16
for monxv, and 101 3-16 for the ac
count. United Kates bonds. 43,
114.
Pam, Jone 20 Three per cent,
rentes 83 r, 17 Jc for the account.'
Berlin, June 28. The statement cf
the Imperial Bank of Germany shows
an inc.eise io specie of 3,320,000
marks.
BANE CLBABIKGS.
Cleveland, O..June 26. Petroleum
stfady ; s. w., 110, 7ic.
New York, Jane 20. Exchanges,
$10493,243; balances, $5,393,087.
Baltimorb, Md., June 26. Ex
changee, $1,73,6719 ; balances, $267,642.
St. Louis, Mo., June 26. Bank clear
ings, $1,901 Oil; for tbe week. $13,
442 410; balances, $421,484; for the
week, $2,025,408.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 20. Bank
clearings today, $9,291,870; balance,
l,14t,023; for the week, $55,165,415;
balances, $7,769,054.
Chicago, III., June 26. The Asso
cirterl Bank clearings for lolay were
$7,106,200; for i he wek, $46,230,337;
same week last year, $40,306,768.
BnsTOW, MA88.,June 26. Exchanges,
$12,230,926; balances, $1,414,700; for
wee, exchange, $79,199,2(9; balance',
$9,839,505; eamewtek laet yea', ex
changes, $62,009,86 ; balanc?s, $7,938,-581.
COTTON 3IARKETS.
The local cotton market opened
Bteady, and close! steady; middling,
8c. Sales, 650 bales, of which 350
to spinners and 00 to exporters.
EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS.
Yester.iay. Fiiday.
Ordinary 7i 7J
Good Ordinary.... 71 7
Low Middling 8 8
Middling 81 8
Good Middling.... 9j 9j
Middling fair....10 10
Fair.- Nom. Nom.
DuHty 6i'o)8 68
Stains,tiDges 7J(n)81 7K8l
COTTON STATEMENT.
MiurHis, Jan 26, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885..... 1,392
Received to-day 21
Received previously. ..642,113 543,626
Shipped to-day 678
Shipped previonsly....620,643
Home consamption to
date.; .T. 135 621,456
Stock running account 22,070
Import.
Thus far this week 21
Thus far last week 87
Since September Ut......-.......-B42,134
M. and 0. K. R
M. and L. R. R. R-
Steamers -
Wagons and other sources 6
Total
Export.
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
21
. 678
. 342
,521,321
M.andT. R. B. ,
L.and N. ft. R
L N. O. A T. E. R..
Steamers north
286
133
25
234
678
Total.
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF RKCEfPTS.
Week end
ing June Since Sep
25, 1886. tember 1st.
WHENCE RE
cxived. This Last This Last
Year Year Year Year
MACRIU. 76 20 77125 78916
M&TRR... 14 17 68764 45837
LANRR... 136 81 43717 46198
MALRRR 24 45 81428 73391
C.OASWRR 21 17 24292 252(19
L.NOATRR 8 S8169 13389
KC.SAMRR 12 11 19543 19855
M.B4ARR 13. 17392 97
Miw. river... 79 157 89429 64678
White river. 3 2 208" 2 16602
StFran rivor 3. 7330 3198
rk'sas river 251 11 01 44T5
"Wagons, etc 30 1674 62510 36243
Total 670 1974 542113 428088
RntPMBNTS.
MACRR... 217 6110-W2
MATRR... 151 1 305' 9 54014
L4SKR... 746 331 100 10ti' 85957
C.OASWRR 174 410 94637 5349
L.NOATRR 150 60 59 42264
M.B&ARRL - 11"2?
HuWg n'rthl 415 1320Jin210S 85635
Steam's s'uth . 18819 40O8.5
Total i 3213 2123 5206 13 4203.S2
New York epots opened firm, and
cloned steady and l-16o higher. Sales,
1150 balea. Qaotationa as follows:
Yesterdar.
rdlnary 6 11-16
Good ordinary. 8 1-16
Low middling.
Middling 9 5-16
Good middling. 9 13-16
Middling fair10i
Fair llj
Friday.
6
8
8 13-10
a
101
11 1-18
New York futures onened quiet, and
closed steady. Sales 65,800 bales. The
closing quotations were as follows:
Yesterday. Friday.
June 9 20 nom. 9 200 9 21
July 9.20(3). 9.20(3) 9.21
Aoguat. 9.36 9.37 9 31(4 9.32
September...9.23( 9 24 9 19 9.20
October 9 09(4 910 9 07 9 OS
November... 9 05 9.06 9 03 9 04
December -.9 OS 9.09 9.06 4 9 07
Janaary 9.15 9 16 9 13 9.14
Febroary...9 24 9.25 9.22 4 9.2 i
March 9.34(4 9.35 9 3i 9 33
April 9 44 9.45 9.42 9.43
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet, and closed quiet and steady;
middling, 8c. Sales, 200 bales. Quo
tations were as follows:
Yesterday. Friday.
Ordinary 71 71
Good ordinary 7 7
Low middling. , 81 8)
Middling 8 8
Good middling. 9 9J
The New Orleans fntsre market
opened stead?, and closed steady.
Sales. 16,00
bales. Qaotationa were
as follows:
Yesterdar.
8 92 8 95
8.97 8 08
Friday.
8.87W 8.90
8.P3 8.94
8 9i 8.96
8 70(4 8.77
8.66r4 8 67
8 62 8.63
8 65 8 66
8 75 8.76
8.86 4 8 87
8.97,' 8 99
June
July
Angast.
9.00 9.01
September . 8 81
8.82
October..... 8 70 :3
871
November. 8 66 8 67
December . 8 M 8 70
January H 79r4 8.80
February... 8.90 8 91
March 9.01 9 02
April . 9 12 9.14
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
Rec. Pricee Stock.
39 SJ 10,797
748 81 43,151
61 8j 8,0( tl
41 8 11 16 7,694
25 9 7,3(13
8 8(10
60 9 1-10 9,535
9J 11,689
9 5-10 2)6.808
687 H 6,310
35 95 15,119
67 81 21,876
5 8
Galveston
N Orleans.
Mobile....
Savannah.
Charl'ston
Wilm'ton.
Norfolk....
Baltimore
New Ycrk
Boston
Philad'a...
quiet.
q't-e'y
quiet,
quiet
quiet.
dall.
steady
nom.
stady
qnter.
quie
suady
St. Louis..
Augusta. .. jqniet
Receipts at ports,
ttiia day. IK.Mi,
1US9
155
Receipts at potts,
this day, 1885.
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT
1886.
1885.
1884.
R'ts U. S.
p'rtslday 1,689
155
616
Ex.Gr. Br 8 31
Stock 377,422
118,100
R'ts SepMi5,29?,837
3 701,585
4,734.702
3,(16.5,835
For'gn Ex '4,061, 053'
3,706.871
Increase of receipts tnis year.... 682, 2i2
INTERIOR MOVEMENT, JONE 20TH.
Receipts this weok 6 925
Same week in 1885 2.804
Same week in 1834 3,3iK)
Increase compared with 1885... 4,121
Increase compared with 1884... 3,625
Shipment) this week 15,667
Same week in 1885 6,775
Same week in 188 1 9,687
Increase compaied with 1885... 8,792
Increase compared with 1884... 5,88 I
Stock this week 98,632
Same week in 1885 35,972
Same week fn 1884 39,547
Increase oom pared wita 1885... (j()6li0
Increase compared with 1884... 67,085
CROP MARKETED AND INSIGHT JUNE 25TH.
1886. 1835.
Net port receipts
to Juoe 25:h....- 5,291,148 4,701,430
Overl'd movement
toMy3l.t 808,875 615,855
Est. South, cons'n
to May 3ht 290,000 252,0"0
Am't marketed....6,39O,023 5,572,285
Add int'r stocks in
excess of Sept. 1. 80,782 18,757
Amount in sight ...6,470,805 5,501,042
PLANTATION MOVEMENT.
1880 13,410
1885
1884
1883 2,688
WORLD'S VISIBLE SUPPLY.
The New York Financial Chronicle
of Jane 26th gives the following ear
ares: Total visible supply, 1,949,777
bales, against 1,932 929 in 1885. These
figures indicate an increase ot cotton in
sight of 15,848 bales, as compared with
the same date in 1885, and a decrease
of 61,902 bales as compared with same
date in 1884.
At noon Liverpool spots were s'edy
and onchanxed ; middling, 5J1. Sales,
8000 bales, of which American 6700
balei. Receipts 26,000 bales, of which
American 17,200 baler.
Tbe following are the closing quo
tations: Ordinary, 5-lbd; good
ordinary. 4!d; low middling, 4 15-1 6d;
good middling, 5 ; middling uplands,
6Jd: middling Orleans, 5 3-16d.
The price are given in pence and 64 Iht,
thux 4 63 mean 4 63 64d; and 6 01
meant 5 l-64d.l
At noon: Liverpool futures were
steady; June, ; Jone-July, ;
July-Aueust, 6 CCd; Angnst Septem
ber, 6 06d ; September-Oc ober. 5 03d ;
October-November, 6d ; November-December,
; December-January,
; BeptembT, 5 07d.
At I p.m.: Liverpool futares were
3uiet; Jane, 6 Otid sellers; June
a'y, 6 06d sellers; JalvAugaat,
6 06d ssUers; Aneu-t September, 5 07d
sellers; Sentember October, 6 03d
bayera; October November, fid sell
ers ; November-December, 4 63d soll
es; December-January, 4 63d sellers;
September, 5 07d fcel:er.
GENERAL TRADE.
rOTOBB DKAUS.
The following is the reord of the
bi'is and offe s a he s-g-uon of the
Call Board of the Merchants' Ex
change yesterday:
CORN.
No 2, white, spot. 40c asVel; Jane,
40o asked; Julv, 3ic bM, 89c afkel;
Aagus , 38c bd: yeir, 3"- bid No.
2, epo', 35c bid, 36 Jo i-sked; Jane, 35 J
bid ; July, 35r bid; Aaxast, 3:cbiJ, 37o
aikei ; y ear, 36; asked.
OATS.
No. 2, soot, 32s asked; June,
32risskd: Jay, 303 isked ; Aumt,
27 Jo b d, 28Je aked ; year, 27o bid.
BRAN.
Jnne, $10 b!d; Ji'y, $9 EObld; An
gus:, $10 25 o t. a ked.
CORVMSAL.
PdoL $20iasved ; J ino, $2 P5 asked
July, 2 (li hs ted ; August, 32 asked;
year, $1 75 tM.
I1HK IU4IUI a-".
Corn White, 47c; mixed, 46-;, frim
at ire : from lev or depot, whi, 44c;
mixd, 42o : io fak, in round lote,
wh'Ki, 42n m H 40c
Hat Clioicu.from store, 85c; prime,
7580c; prairie, 60c; round lota from
levee or depot, choice, $1414 60;
prime, $13 13 60; prairie, $88 60.
Oats White, 40c; mixed, 38c,
from store ; round lota tr im levee on
track white, sacked, ' 37c; mixed,
sacked, 35
Beam From store, S5o per ewt,;
round lots from levee, $14 75019 per
ton.
Beans Navr, $1 75 2; medium,
$1 601 75; German millet, $1 20
1 40.
Cobnmial Standard, $2 252 35;
pearl, $3 253 50 from etor,5c cheaper
from mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 4)6c; Carolina,
fl7c
Oatmeal-In ball-barrels, $33 25
from store.
Flour In car lots, donble extra,
$33 50; triple extra, $3; family,
$3 754: choice, $4(5H 25; fancy,
$4 254.&0; extra fancy, $4 604 90;
patents, $5 256 65; from store
family, $44 25; choice, $4 254 40;
fancy, $4 654 90: extra fancy, $5
6 25; patents, $5 6O0 26.
Cracked Wheat la nail-bar re is.
$4 2i from store.
Homikt and G kits From store.
$3 153 25.
Crackers Sods, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4tc; lemon crackera,
extra, 7c; lemon eream crackers,
treble extra, 74c; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted fumbles, 9a,
Kansas Citv, Mo., Juns 26. Wheit
quiet; N.i.2, c'h 65c hid ;Jutv.65)!bid,
68c asked ; Aag ut, 56c bid, 69c aked ;
Corn otrong; No. 2, ra b, 25o bid, 25jc
a ked: July, 2nJo hid; Aagu-t, tc
bid, 271c suited. Uits nominal; Ju
ly, 22Jo bid.
St. Louis, Mo., Jnnei 26. Flour
steady; XXX, $2 40(:2 60; fam
ily. $2 0j5! 80: choice, $3 25
3 40; fancy. $3 653 75; extra fancv,
$3 854 10; pa-eot, $4 404 8'j;
Wheat c lve and Heady. Tlio roar
ket opened 6rra and advanced jQ .
Ths sdvaaro Wis maintaioed until lat
in the es on, when prices fall back and
closed about tbe tame as yesterday.
Nn. 2 red, cash, 80c; Jnne, 78c; July,
73J742i, c oiina- at 73,?; August. 74J
762c, clos ng74c; September, 762
77c Corn inactive, but Arm at jes:r
dav'a figures. No. 2 inlxd. rash, 39 1
31 jo; Juty.SlJc; Auguit, 32jc; Stp.
tember, 335c ()ts No. 2 wti, 28 J
29o b d; July, 24Jo bid; August, 241 u
bid; no trading, ttye dull acd lower,
51c. Barley no market. Hay dull;
pririe,$t6 50; timotby. '$9dill to
Flaxseed easy. SI 0L Bran steady.
45c. Cornm al weak, $1 00. Reoipia
Flour, 2000 brls; wheat, 80OJ bu ;
com, 14,000 bu ; oat, 12,00(1 bu ; rye
ami barley none. Sbloraents Flonr,
5000 brls; wheat, 1000 ba; corn, 12,
000 bu; oats, 4000 ba; rye, ISOJObu;
barley, none.
Chicago. III.. Jane 26. There was
a moderate trading In wheat without
any new or imporant f-a ur s bei g
developed. Foreign advicei quoted a
du'l and easy feelinf, but it ws esti
mated that the visible supply wcu d
di-olrsaa deer, as of fn If 2,000,0011
busieli, wh'ch had tendency to sus
tain values. Prices advano d lo ove r
the doting flgurts of yesterday, bu'
fell c ff egdn under fre ottrirga, and
cloied iii under yesterday. The
trading ia both corn and cats was
light, and pr'cei thowd little cbango
Floor dall and unchanged. Wheat act
ive and firmer early, but clo.vdeaiier.
Siles ranged : June. 7j 73Jc, clowd
72Jc: Ju'y, 73473 Jc, cksed at 73;
Aunuit, 74 9-10(47otc, cloied at 74 V
16c; No. 2 spring, 72 i; No. 8sprln,
6363Jc. Cora steady; raih, 34 Jc;
June, 341W34J'', clarod at 34.je; Juiy,
S4j35c,el'-8'd af. 8415-102; August,
36 1-16($36 3-16c, closed at 3t(le. Oats
quiet aad steady; caili, 26 jo; Jane,
26jc; Julv, 27J27ic, closed at 271c ;
Aui;ust.2((o)2()ic. closed at '.'Bo. five
quiet; No. 2. 6Sc. Barley dull ; No.
2, 5053(i. Flaxaoed steady: No. 2,
$1 0H. Reoeipts-Flonr, 6000 brU;
wheat 12,000 uu; c:rn, i&o,ouo bu;
oaU, 91,000 bu; rye, 3003 ba; barley,
1010 bu. (Shipments Monr, 400U oris;
wheat. 13.000 corn. 217,000 bu; oita.
91,000 ba; ryo, 1000 bu; birley, 4000
ba.
PROViniwnm.
Bptter Creamery, 3rt34c; dairy,
1520c; butterine, 1315a; country,
12118o. according t j condition.
Cheese Prime flits, 7c; New York
factory, 8c; full cream, 12Jc; Y. A.
12c.
. lino Products Mops rotk. new.
$10 5010 75;sur cu ed haiB, 11 j
llc; break f ist baton,8j10c; clear
S'de prk, 6i6(c; clear rib side
pork, U'a (iicjlong clear port, Wo) life;
pork shoulders, 6c. Bacon Clear rib
side, 7J71o. Lard-Tierces, 6 Jfe6jc ;
half-barrels, 67c: kegs, 6jc; pal s,
7J'71c; half-pails, 7J7c; 50 lb tins,
6i6jic; 20-lb t n77ic; 10 lb tins,
7i'ai71c;6db tins, 77ic;3-lb tins,
7i7c; choice kette, tierces. 88jc.
FaaaB Meats No. 1 beef. 8 Jo; Mut
ton, 9c; hindquarters of beef, 10c;
lambs, $34.
St. Louis, Mo., June 28. Pravi
nons active, ttrong and higher,
butk mea's higher; looee
lots long clear, $5 90; short
ribs, $6; short clesr, $6 15; boxed
lota lone cl-ar. $0 : short ribs. $6 121 ;
short clear. $6 25. Btcsn strong and
sharply higher; long clear, $o &u;
short rib, $6 62); abort clear, $0 75
8 65. Hams unchanged.
Chicago, III., June 26. Mesa pork
unsettled, Anally closed eaiierj M"h,
$9 609 60. closed at 19 &09 6 : ;
Aagast, $9609 77), olosd at $9 6
9 62 J. Lard stady ; ca.h, $0 t26 5 ;
JoJy,$6 256 30, closed 6 256 t i i
Aagu-.t, (6 356 40, closed at $6 : 7).
Short rib sides firmer; cash, $5 J
5 87. Boxed meats steady ; dry
salted shoulders, $5 205 25; shrt
cl-ar sides, $6 15(46 20. On ths Pro
duce Exchange bntter ruled rteaily;
creamery, 12 15c; dairy, eU'Jo.
Eggs.lOJc,
UKUCEBIKS.
Coffee Oomm 3n,919Jc:ordInry,
1l10ic; prime Rio, 10illo; choice
to fa'ury, llj12jn; old government,
2425c; Oevlon, 20a.
Soap 315ic per pound.
Scqab Pure white, 61c; off unite,
6o; yellow, 6JCS; open kettle,6
6c; refined A, 6 Jo; granulater. 7
7ic; powdered, 7Je; cut loaf, 7jij7c
Salt $1 25 per barrel; racks, fine,
$1 451 60; coarse, $1 15 1 20: pock
eta, bleached, 27c; car-loads from
leve or depot, 6c cheaper.
MoLAeeas Louisiana, common to
fair, 203 nj; prime to choice. 30($40c ;
svrup, 2040c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c J centril
nsal, fancy, 3234c.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 25
30c; other grades and styles, 85$85c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and bare!, 7J8Jc
Candles Fall weight, 1010Jc.
Cannsd Good, Etc. Prices per dos
en: Pineapples, if 1 85' ill 6V, peaches,
2-lh. standard, $1 351 65; eeennde,
1 101 15; tniiiH'oe-, 2 Ih, ean lord,
$1 2X41 85; 3 lb. 11 lol 30; eiraw
berriei, $1 35l 40; ra pberrif",
$1 151 25; b!ck.berrie. fl
1 15; freesjrg a, 1 60l 75;
pearn, $2Ji.2 25: plnms, $1 60
1 70; a-'parngas, $2 60,a 4; green corn,
$!1 35;green peas, $1 6o165; cove
oysters, faU weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, fall weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-1 b,
6.5c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1; condensed milk Crown, $5 90;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss, $6.
New York, Jans 23. Coffee spot
fsir Rio dull at 9ic; options shade
higher; sales, 18.750 baga; Jane, 7.60;
July, 7.607 70c; Augatt, 7.65e;
Sepi ember, 7 66cj October, 7.65
7.70c; November and December, 7.60
7.65c; January, 7.60c Sugar quiet;
rttined dull. Molsssei quiet; 60b test,
18c Rica steady, demand moderate.
HOUSEHOLD ITPFa.IES.
Apples Dried apples, 34o per
pound from store. Dried peaches, S
4o from store.
Peas $1 601 75 per bushel.
Veqetabi.bs Onions, $3 from
store; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4060o per 100. Turnips, 50c
per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $7. Lemons, $67 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 60 per bunch.
Cocoannts,$6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7 Jo; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2)c higher; shelled,
lOr. Almonds. 1820o.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; qnsrts
$1 60; half-gallons, ti 76; gallons
$3 75; loise, barrels, $6: half-barrels,
$218; mixed, barrels, $10 60; mixed,
halMcarreis, $6.
U Aiim London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 75 ; California, ; Imperial,
$3 504.
Potatoes New, $1 752.
Pecans Texas, 810o for small to
medium, 10 14o for large; Arkansas,
35c.
Walnuts French, 12c; Naplee,15c;
Grenoble. 15e. Filberts, 12c
Cider UiRsourl, $77 50 per bar
rel and $14 50 per half-barrel ; Vine
gar, HlUi3 per gallon.
Poultry Old bens, $275; mixed.
$-12 60; young chickens, $1
2 75.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 ft05; No. 2, $3 i53 50; No. 8,
f2 7&3; 10-lb kit, No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c; la-lb. No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 3oo per box.
Game Game fieh, ll12c.
Eqos Quiet at 11c.
COTTOBI SEEK 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.), f 1414 50 per ton. Less
than car-load lots, $16. From store,
90c per sack. Cake Nominal, $16
per ton. Oil In car-load lots, prime,
crude 0. S. oil, 22c; prime sum
mer yellow, 2027c; ofl-sunimor yol-
low, 2325c; miners' ; choice
cooking summer yellow, 830c; oft
ciule, 1821c;
HIDES AND TALLOW.
Hides Dry flint, 12j15c; dry
salt, 1012c; pjreonsalt,6J9c; green,
6(ic; deerskins, 1517c. Beeswax,
20(221c; tallow, .KfrSju
B4UjIBti AND TIES, ETC.
Baqoino Jute, 9llo; flag, 9J
101c, according to weight. Ties, $1 20.
Nails- i2 25(42 35.
WHIHKT, WINE4, LI4rORt ETC.
WnisKT Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 606; rye, $1 758; domes
tic, 90cl 60.
St. Louis, Mo., June 20. Whisky
firm at $1 10.
Chicago, Ilu, June 20. 'Whisky
sUady at $1 14.
Cincinnati, O., June 26. Whisky
quiet at $1 10. Sales of 677 barrels
of finished goods on this basis.
PEfBOLEOSl MARKET,
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
New Orleans, La.. Jane 20. Clear
icgi of the binka, $599,684.
LIVE M TOO la..
Cattle Choice to extra corn-fed,
900 to 1060 pounds, 44jc; good,
34ic; choice grass-fed, 3J3Jo;
good, 33c; fair to medium, 2J
2c; common, lj2c.
lioas Choice, 8j4c: good, 8 J
3Jc; common, 33c.
Sueep Choice, 34c; medium, 3
3ic; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs per pound, 5(45 jc.
Kansas CiTT,Mo.,June 20 The Ijvt
Stock Indicalor reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 1269 head; shipments, none;
noarktt steady, but quiet; good to
choice shipi ing, $4 504 86; com
mon to medium, $3 75(i 4 30; Blockers
nd feeders, $2 764 20; cows, $2
3 25. Hogs-Receipts, 9832 head;
shipments, 2598 head ; choice heivy 6a
higher; light snd mixed steady ; good
lo choice, 1 4 301 611; medinm, $4 15
4 25; common, $3 754 05. Sheep
receipts, 134 hed; shipment', nooe;
good to cholne, 12 253; common to
medinm, $1 502.
Chicago, III , Jone 20. The Droveri
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts, 500
head; shipments, nooe; market nom
irally stesdy; shipping steers, 950 to
1500 pounds, $3 755 40; stackers and
feeders, $2 50(44 40; cows, bulls and
mixed, $23 90; bulk. $2 76(43 25;
through Texas cattle, $3 40. liogs
Receipts, 16,800 head; shipments,
6000 head; market stronger; roogh
and mixed, $4 204 45: packing and
shipping, 14 40'44 70: light, $4 20
4 tOiJikips, $2 603 75. Sheep Re
ceipts, 600 bead; shipments, none;
market steady; natives, $2 254 25;
Texans, $23 50; lambs, $5 256 25.
HEW TOBK DBT CIOODS HASKET.
New York, June 26. Dry goods, in
propo'tlon to tbe reduced stocks and
agents' closing diy of the week, has
bsd a well maintained demand for
moderate assortments. Tbe move
ment for the week has been large, be
sides having Included all classes and
styls of goods. Prices are dearer In
many instances and on many goods
higher valurs are outlined for an early
sale. Prints are very firm at 3Jc for
BR. BSC
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rlait tk city tf irMtaMtit. WaMftne am W Ml ntaAtJ
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NET'IERLAND PI'iNBEB4W. H.P II. B
Thuo irhratiil Holdeln-KrUiian Dull
ba at IW Jrflfiraon atrwit for tta Dtil
fi!ti-eo dira. Ilia fire ia at th beailof bmita
A Howoll'a hfr'l, inrl Ia rerarla aa or.a o
tha baal milk and bo'.iarbn iaorit Im.wr'ad.
. K. UaLLOWAY. ,
K'lowllltJj
RIVERS MP STEAMBOATS
TKAMKB9 LKAVIatS
THIS DAT.
VIokahurf .. ..CitT or Cato, 9 a.m.
St. Loula..... D. R. Powslu, 6 p.m.
MONDAY. !
Frtara PointJmi Lis, 5 p.m.
Arkaniaa City...JCiTi Admi, 5 p.m.
Vlckiburt- AikimsabCitt, ( p.m.
Oaela...-..CoiaoMi. I p a,
TiptoBTill -..OiTaao, 5 f.m.
ClnolDnatl.. ...Bitkiti Stitb, S p.m.
OTEKKilia AT TBI LKTKC.
jfm'rnfi. Rene Macready, St. Fran
cis river: Annie P. Silver, Ht. Lon is.
Departure Annis P. Filver. New
Cleans; Freddie Robinson, White
liver; Alberta No. 3, White river.
Kawvlpta Teaicrdny,
Rece Macready 1003 ks cotlon
seed. ,
rCTIRK MOTKli BHTS).
The Chicksraw, Capt E. 0. Postal,
ia the Wedneediy packet for White
river.
The Rene Macready, ('apt. O. K.
Jnpitn, g-tes out Tuesday evening for
St. F.ancis river.
The D. R. FowoM leavi s the F.le
ator this sfieraoon at o'clock for
Cairo and Ht Loii.'
The City of Cairo, Capt PhepIJght
ner, ia the Anchor Line racket this
morning at 9 o'clock for Yl' ksburg. J.
C. Kit on is her clerk,
Tub Buckeye State it the packet
Monday evening a-5 o'clock for Cairo,
Iyouieville, Cminmti and all way
landicgs on ths Ohio rivjr.
The Coahoma. Capt, letiry Cooper,
is the packet. Monday Evening at 6
o'clock for O-ctiala and the upper
bend?. Wm. Smither is in her oilic--.
Tns Jmiifs Lee, Capt. Thonia Clag
gett, is the packet this evening nt 5
o'c'ock for Helena, Friars Point and
all way landings. Will Ashford is ia
ber olllce.
TiisOsyoso, Cnpt, W. P. Hall. Is the
racket Monday evening at 6 o'clock
for Hales Point, Tiptonvllle and all
way landings. 11. O. Mitchell has
charge of her office.
The R. L. Cobb, Capt E. B. Smith,
is ths packit Tuesday evening for all
points on Arfcnntai rivr, going
through to Pine Muff. ( has. MikbV
maa and Rufus Fcsttr are hr clerks.
The Ka'o Adams, Capt. Mark R
Chnek, is tho Uuited States mail for
Helena, Arkni'ai City and all way
landings. W. U. Blanker has charge
of her offlc, assisted by Lew Price
and Morris Gans.
GENERAL NEWS.
The river at this point marks 20
fret by (he gauge, or 21 feet 1 tenth
above low water mark, a rise of 1 tenth
In 24 hoars.
John Rhodes, an cfficlont clerk of
ths Los Line, returned yett-rdsy from
Texas, whither be had Dean to spend
a short season of rest with bis
rotbor, Piatt Rhode, formerly chief
clerk of the steamer Jaxe Lee, bnt
now merchandising in Krat county,
IV x , where he I doing well and en
joying good health,
It Is rad that the mail between Ar
kansas City and Vickabu'g, 160 miles,
three times a week, lot some tim ago
to Col Kittenhouae Moors for $15,000
per annum, service to commence the
lot of next month, will likely be
carried by local packets, as the Anchor
Line, which baa been performing the
service, does net care to continue.
Tns Vicksburg wharf boat is now at
Kleinstnn, and little work is being
done from that point either by tho
steam cra or the street railroad com
pany. No freight can bs hauled by
teams, as the dirt road is In an im
parstbla condition, having been under
water for sevoral weeks. Altogether
the situation is very gloomy for busi
ness there.
Tub lata rise In Red river produced
sinnnlar phenomenon. For some
days before the great rain storm the
rirer was at low water mark; in few
hours after the rain it commenced
rising, and la 24 hoars it roie 36 feet
at the mouth of Cane rivor, and the
wa'er for some miles was running up
stream. The steamer Kekak en
deavored to reach Grand lviore on
tills rise, but oould not pasi over Unr
ney's bar, as no rain had fallen above
that place. -
HIVKB9 AID WEATHEB.
Ornca Signal Service, TJ. S. A.,
Memphis. June 26. 1 p.m. 1
The following observations are taken
at ail stations namea at o menuian
time, which ia one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab've Low
Water,
Change.
STATIONS.
Rise Fall
Feet lOths lOths lOths
26 2 1
11 fl ti
18 5 V
3 9 1
5 8 1
6 6 2
4 1 -
27 7 -
6 8 1
14 3
6 7 2
8 9 -
tl 1 1
22 1 63
12 1
11 7 8
6 25
15 4 Ml !
6 8 2
8 8 -
28 2 3 .....
Cairo....
Chattanooga ...
Cincinnati
Davenport.
Dubuque
Fort Smith
Heleua,
Keokuk
L Crosse.......
Leavenworth...
Little Rock
Louisville
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans...
Omaha
Pittsburg
St. Louis.........
St, Paul
8hreveport
VtcESDurg
nmmM l.lno Vaat and tanthl of a foot
abort aaro of saoftl . .
Cairo, 40 faat. Chaltanaota, S3 taot.
Cinolnaatl.fiO. parenport, IS.
labnqna,16. Fort BraUb, 22.
Kaokuk.14. Ilalana, -.
La Croaaa, 24. La.vanworth, !0.
Little Roek. 8. LoulaTilla, .
Mamphia.34. New Orlaana, 13.J.
NajhiU.40. Plttburf,22.
Omaha, IS. 8t.Paul,7.
Ht. Louia, 32. Viekabarf , M.
Bbraraport, 28. Vaokton. 24.
Kvansvillb, Ind., June 28 Noon
River rising, with 15 fett 9 Inches on
the gauge.
PiTTSBno,Jnns26. Noon River 6
feet 9 Inches on ths gangs and rising.
Weather cloudy aad warm.
Whbbuno, W.Va., June 26. Noon
River 5 feet 1 1 inches on the gsuge and
rising. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Cincinnati, June 28. Noon River
18 feet 8 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather cloudy: thermometer
78.
Louisvnxi, Jons 28. Noon River
falling, with 7 feet 11 inches in the
canal and 5 feet 9 inches on the falls.
Business dull. Weather cloudy and
warm, indicating rain.
CAino,JaneC8. Noon River 26 feet
2 inclioi on the gauge and fulling.
Weather cloudy and wa'm. Arrived:
f'ity of Cairo, St. Louis, midnight;
James W. Gaff, Memphis, 11 a.m. De
parted: City of Cairo, Vicksburg, 2
a.m.; James W. Gar?, Cincinnati, 11
am..
Snbttcrlbe lor the "Appeal."
STEAMBOATS.
Memphis &. Cincinnati Fk't Co.
roa M BAYS sn.r
Bxouraion Xlaatasaatl
Mar laU r-'T-f iaM ,
Buckeye State, Ohio A Jas. W. GaS.
r Thta Company will Mil ROTJHD TRIP
11UKI13 iroya atampriia ( boawruia.
Cinninnatl, and all lUilara Cium, as
araatly Roaaoad Raua.
ar-TlckoU Inelada Maala and 8tat room;
natara tlcketa food on any boat in tna una
taeh boat oarriea a Via bmn Baal.
BOATS LEAVE M1MPHIS
Moadajs aad Tknrsdays At S FM
Tor Information Iniialra of C. B. RUB.
PKLL. AniL 12 Hadiaon atrret. UamDhia.
Tann. R. W. WlKK, Soi.'t.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOU18.r;
For lllrkman, Cairo, St. Looia ni all Way
Lianuinr 1 ba alaaant itaauaar
I). 11. l'owell
Vlekani maaUr, l"wi-
Will laara tba Klavator THIS DAI. Jnaar
27th, at 6 p.m. j?or traiiht or paaaaca apply
0. L. lli.i..Pm. Aa't. AIHTiiKM. Ay i
FOR VICKSBURG.
. Mwll.-FOR VICKSBUHa.
City ol CnIro,K
Llahtnr.........maatar. wTTorxMaaa
Will leaf tba Klavator THIS DA), Jn
27th, alii a.m. For fralfht or paa aiTljr
C. L. Hill, Haaa. Ait. AD STUHM, AtanU
Ht. Iiailia and New 'rltnti Aiarla
l.tna 1'. N. Mnll-FOK VlCtSllU K(l.
City of Vicksburg, tfT,
0v Abla maatar, sii i. ma
Will laava tha Kievator MONDAK.Juna
2Htb, al A p.m. For fraiKht or jaHa apply
t!. I.. Hl,l. Pa. Art. A t HTHf, Huy't.
FOR NEV ORLEANS.
Nt. Irfinla end Nrw Orlfnnaj Anrhor
l.laa-ll., Mull-FOR NEW OHLKANtt.
City ot New Orleans fT
A. J. Carter, maatar, "Ho-i.va
Will laave tha Klerator TUKhUAV, Jon
S!th, at 12 m. For frainht or I'aaafiira apply
V. I,. HM.. Hau.Aa't. AP 8TnKf. Hop't.
FOR TIPTONVILLE.
For Oanaola. llalaa Point, Caruilirrllla,
Uaroao and Tlptonvtlla Tha new atonraer
(sAVOMO, jitjffl.
W. P. Hall maatar I J. O. Fullar clerk.
Will leave aa aixive, and all war Pol n la,
KVKRY MjfNUAV and TUUhhDAY alt
p.m. For w-aiyht or paaeara apply on boant
LEE LINE.
aatuipUia.frriMraS'aniiae it ma aaoaaaatuaa
nil ttaalai PMlufeo.tnaaaay,
lor llelena, ttlendale, FrtitratFoM and all
Way Landtota Mieauier
InnieN J.ec jJ
J. H. Cooper, masUr....J. W. Bniuaara.ciera
Will leara aa aboye on ererv MOMilAYt
WBDMSUDAYaadfRlDAY, at b e'alook.
For Randolpb, Tnltoa, Otrwola aai Way
Landlnaa fitaamar
Coaliomn, r
. T. OlataaH...naatar I Piatt Kb
Laaw.a ...r MONDAY. WkDMtoDAl
and FRIDAY at 5 a.m. Tba boati of UU
lino reaervo the rlaht to paaa all I laaSlitj
ino oapaam majnvam anaaia. i?m
M.dl.on .. J AM KM l.V.K, Ja.jHor-'l,
. J iiaajw
Memphis & White Hirer rktJo
Are, Auauata. rJearoy, Newport, Jeokeoa-
pon, laiaTliie anil an " a Ajeuuiiiavi
arR. t uit UASaW, -rt
R. 0. Pnatal ..maatar. raff iVTCTC
Will leave hiVKlli WBUJNItaWA I al y.uu
STR. AI.IIRBTA HO B. -tT j,
Albert B. bmlth maatar
Will leave B.VKUY BA 111 HI) AY at 5 p.m.
Throuth ratea (Iran to all pointa. Frelfht
eonalmed to the Memphli and White River
Packet Co., at Hempbla or Terrene, will ba
fnrwardad nromntly. For aeneral informa
tion epplr at office, No. I Madlaon at., orto
CallTalapbonaM. H. O. I.OWK, A'tt.
FOR WUITE ltlVEU.
IrltliT Hl'nnT'H
MEMPHIS A WIUTK RIVER P'KT?
Freddie Robinson, r-Srs
M. R. IIarrr....u...,,.....maater,
For llelena, Terrene, DeVal la 111 u 0", Dos Are,
Aoiuata, Bearer, Newport and JUataavUl.
Will leara aa above WATUKUAY at p.m.
Thromh ratea to all notnta. Frail bt oon"
altned to Milt Harry Llne.Memphii, will b
vromptly Inrwarded. W . J. P. UOYLK.,
Ornfa 12 Maillaon at. Ttilephona "Itl.
The HU Francis River TransporUtloi
Co.'i Fins Hlde-W heel V. B. Mail BtaameS
Rene Macreadv. r
O.IK. Joplln . maatar.
WILL XKAVfc SI KM PUIS) STM1
TI1KMUAT,
at 6 o'olook, for Marianne, the Oat-Off. aaal
Intermediate landlnsa on ot. Kranola river.
7 he eaptatn reaervea tho riant to paaa al
andlnsa ho deema uniafa. JAS. LEU, Jr.,
HoTMirlntidn. OSIoa. No. 4 Maniaon t.
Memphis and Vlcksharar Packet Coaa
pany C. 8. Mall Line.
For Helena, Oonoordla, Terrene and Arkaa
tat Oltv Tho elarani raaenier Itoanor
KATE ADAMS. j1
K. R. Cheek. ..matter I W. 0. Blanker -eUeii
Learei ateaiphla
EVERT MONDAY and THURSDAY, at S
the captain mar deem onaaie. For toneral
.V...I-V.. ... .11
To all who are anfforlnc from ths error am
Indlaoretloni of youth aorvoaj weakaer),
early decay, loot of manhood, ate., I will
end a reolpe that will onre yoa, FRBB Of
CIIARQI. This jrroat remedy was diaoovof
d by a mlatloaary la South Amerioa. bead
eir-addrtfMd enrelepe te'.the Rev. Joaara
SICK HEADACHE,
BILIOUSNE
CONSTIPATION
And DYSPEPSIA,
TJOB
DR. C. LIcLAIIE'8
CKLKBBATKia
LIVEE PILLS
FEBTARED BT
FLEMING BROS
riTTBBVBS, PA.
BB BURR YOU OKTTHBQKNUnJB.. Tha
Connterfeiia are maUe in bt. Iwai.. mo.
JO --Q- -JSC
VLLBOE'S COatPOUUD OF
PURE COD LIVER
: OIL AND LIME.
r
(trt the (Irnntaa A rtlrle Tatoarroof
nopulnritj of "Wilbor'a Comiioand of Cod--Liver
Oil and Lime" baa induced aomo on
prlnoipled ixraoni to attempt to pal in off a'
aiuiple artn-le of tbolr own manufacture!
but anv person who la lulterini (torn Courha.
Colda or Conaumption, ahould be careful
mhmr th.v iturchaaa thla article. Ibe ra-
aulta of ita uae are ita beat reoom mendationa ;
and the proprietor haa amtie tvuienoeon
file of its creU aucceaa in pulmonary com
pluinta. Tbe Phothate of Lime poaacsaea a
not marreloua bfallnf power, aa combined
with tbe rure Cod-Lirtlil bv Dr. Wilbor.
It 1. nr.ncrin.ri hr the mcd'cnl faculty. Sohl
br A. H. Wiusui, Cbeuiut, lluitoa, aad ali
drngglata. . .

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