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PAIL Al'PEAL TUESDAY, 4 AUGUST 17, 1886.
n.mCE MD C031I1ERCE.
OXET 8 FEB CENT., SEW TOBK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cottoi Quiet -Middling, 9 l-4e-Salee
Honey in good demand at 8 per
cent. Local securities are steady and
In the cotton market there is little
doing. The close yesterday was qoiet ;
middling, Die; sales, 225. At New
York yesterday spots closed dull;
middling, 9 7-163. A leading KewYork
cotton circular says: "Trading was
again very 1 ght and apparently con
siderable hesitation even among 1: cal
scalpers, umi'. bo reception ot buying
orders fr,. m S. v Orleans induced a
steadier 'eo 114 and recovering from a
weaker i - t j.e.Rates at the close were
a fiactija bolter than Saturday, es.
pecia.ij un the late months, and pretty
well supported. Altogether it was a
light market, bnt apparently most re
sponsive to stimulating influences."
At New Orleans spots were dull and
easy, middling 0 316c; futures qniet;
August 9 01(a)9 03c.
At Liver, ool spots were steady, fair
demand, middling 5 3-lod ; futures Hit,
. In the general market hog products
were firmer and tending upward, mess
pork, 110 75. Kugs dull at 13c. O.her
Nineteen brls apples. 2 pices butter.
5216 rls bagging, 197 pkgs bacon, 30
pkgs boots and shoes, own) bu corn,
C6 sks coffee, 1598 sks catton seed, 86
pkgs dry goods, 76 pkgs eggs, 983
brls flour, 400 bale-lhay, 13 pkgs hate,
'34 hd hog', 35 hd eheep, 73 hd cattle,
1 hd horses and mules, .ICO pkgs lard,
53,(00 ft lumber, 100 pkgs liquors,
320 brls meal, 13 brls molesej, 253 kga
nails, 6400 bu oats, 29 brls onions, 8
cars pork sides, 367 brls sugar, 225
pkgs tobacco and louu ou wneat.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today: Corn
received, 2526 bu; withdrawn, 1674
bu; in store, 383 L bu. Oats received,
3231 bu; withdrawn, 2664 bu; in
store, 10,118 bu. Wheat received,
none; withdrawn, none; in store,
JOHN I.. NORTON
9 Madison St., Memphix, Tenn.,
, , DEALER IK
STOCKS AND BONDS
BUYS AND SELLS
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
xne uieanug House report is as lol
Monday, Aug ast 16th, $221,232 34;
same day last week, $214,4: 5 91 ; same
day 1885, 176,479 49; same day 1884,
Monday. Annuel; 16th. $75 597 12'
same day last week, 189,659 69; same
day i88o, 5,708 80; same day 1884,
1 17,707 32,
New York sight on all points, par
baying, premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying;
New England sight, I discount; New
Orleans, discount baying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce .146 bid, 149 asked
First Nations) 150 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 162 bid, 196 asked
State National 14u bid, ISO asked
Union and Plauters..l50 bid. 153 asked
Mercantile Bank..135 bid, 137J asked
Bluff Uity 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, .. asked
Home 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102J bid, 105 asked
Peoples 80 bid, 83 asked
Phoenix 93 bid, 100 asked
Planters -107 bid, ... anked
Vanderbiit- 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors - 20 asked
M. and 0. R.R.sharee..36 bid, ... asked
M.& T. R.R. shrs 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & 0. consols, 7s... 119 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. lt m. 8s. ..105 bid, ... asked
Miss.AT.R.R.cs,A..n6 bid, 118 asked
Miss. JcT.R.R.cs,B... 104 bid, 106 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wtR. ser. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s. .108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet 4, 6 97 bid, 98 asked
Tax. Diet. 6s 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Oss bonds 104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds..... 97 bid, asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot Oil trust v.,39 bid, 40 atked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.8tor.Oom.Oo..l02 bid, 103 asked
Mem. Qaa stock .75 bid, 80 asked
New York, August 16 Money on
call easy, ranging from 3 to 6 per cent,
Prime mercantile paper, 4(3)t. Sterling
exchange fairly active and weak ; actual
rates, 41 for 60 days and 483 1 for de
mand. Bonds Government binds were dull
and steady today. State bonds were
quiet and steady. Railroad bonds
were dull and steady; the total sales
were $1,184,600. Thee was no feat
ure, although, there was considerable
trading in Texas and Pud He Rios, the
sales of wh chf iot up $263,000, and
East Tenners incomes, in which the
sites were $180,000. Prices, thonsb
comparatively steady throughout the
day, were gpnerally on a lower range,
and final figures generally show de
clines, lion Mountain seconds are
down 3, et 111: St. L ui Kansas
City snil Northern real estte sevens
2, at 111. aud Atlantic and Pacific in
comes 1, at 22 .
Stocks Today's stock market was
extremely dul especially afW the
first hour. Today's market reflects
nothing but the ope rations 'of tbe
cliques interested in the market.
There was combined selling of a large
number of stocks in the autive list by
- the roim traders, especially in the
grangers and Western Union, but af
ter the first hour, except in Lick
awanna, the slight fluctuations made
had little or no significance. News re
ceived today was not of a character to
affect prices and money was steady at
46 per cent. A reduction of the ster
ling exchange rates was announced
1st j in the day but had no effect upon
toe market. First prices showed in
significant changes only from Situr
day evening's c ose and they were
about evenly divided between gains
an d losees. The early dealings were
quiet and although soma . few slight
advances were established Lmmsdi
Ately after the opening the entire
market toon gave way under
the leadership of Lake Shore
and Western Union, closely followed
by the grangers. After midday there
was no activity except in Lackawanna
and St Paul, which made farther de
clines. The general list, hDwever,
showed some slight improvement in
prices daring tbe afternoon, bat the
market closed heavy at or near tbe
lowest figures reached. Final prices
bow a loss for everything on the act
ive list and New York and New Eng
land is down If per cent,, Omaha com
mon and Wabash pteferred eachl
per cent, Union PauitV: 1 percent
and othere fractions. Manhattan Con
solidated shows the only important ad
vance, i per cent
The total tales of stocks today were
149 942 shares, including : Erie, 11,-
OS8; JNortb western, 7000: New York
Central, 4320; Peoria, Decatur and
Evansville. 4560; St. Paul, 12,210; St
Paul and Omaha, 3650; Tens Pacific,
3360; Union Pacific, 6970; Western
Union, 7720; Northern Pacific pre
ferred, 4286; Oregon Transcontinental,
3530. Closing q notations:
U. 8. Sa, 100 4i, eonp, 12fM.
fX, eonp, MX. Pacifio 6a of ltfcS, 126K.
La. itimri, UiTn Miaaonrl, 8i, 100X
Cont.Pao.iita.114S. Den. A R.a.let,117.
lnlR.(J.W.l-U,o.Km aeoonda, 115.
M.K.AT.,a.n.6.W. North. Hao. liti.UfiX.
North. Pao. 2d,100. N. Western eon.. 142&
N.Weet dab. &, llD'St L.S.F.Qen.M, 1119
8t. Paul, eon., 1314. St.P.,C. A P. 1U,121.
T. P. land granta.544.T.P..R.(J. oou 69
U. P. lata, m. Weat Shore. m.
Tenn.6e, aet'mt.lOVi Tenn. ie, aet'int, 103.
lonn. Si, let'iat, 1.
Adami Egpreii, 138. MorrlaA K.,offd .140.
Allegheny Cen.,. Naahville A 0., 62.
Alton A X. 11., 1). N.J. Central, MX.
A A T. H.-pfd.. SO. Nor. AW., pfd., M.
American Ex., 107. Nortuern Pao., n'A.
B. C. K.AM., Ml. Northern P. ptd.,69.
Canada Pao., 66. 0 4 N. W., 113.
Canada Son., 43?&. C. 1N.W ptd.,l42S.
Central Paoifio, 43 N. Y. Central, 109.
Chesapeake A O , 'i N. V. O. A rJt. L., iVi.
C. A 0., lei pfd, 16. N.Y.0. A St. L.,p.,iS.
C. A 0., 2d pfd., 10. Ohio Central, -.
0. A A., 142. Ohio A Mite., 24tf.
0. A A . Did.. HO. O. A Mise.; pfd.. W.
C, B. A Q., 1344. OnUrio A Weet., 19!-;.
nan utis d
Del. a una., 99. reorta, U. Jc E., 28.
Del., h, A W.t 1287-,. Plttibnr. 151.
Den. A Rio a., 39. Pullman P. C, 133W.
Erie, Keadini, 2t.
Brie pfd., 75M. Rook Island, 125.
Kait Tenn., 6Mi. St. L. A i. ., 27K.
Eaat Tenn. pfd. 11X. St. L. A S. K.,p., 56.
Fort Wayne, 148. St.L.4 B.F..lat P. 109.
Hannibal A St Jo., O. M. A St. P., 91 'i
U. A St. Jo., pfd.,- CM. A St. P.,p.Ul.
Harlem, 230. St. P., H. A M., 11
Houston A T., 36 St. P. A Omaha, 46M
Illinois Cen., 135V. St.PaulAU.pfd.. 108.
Ind., B. A W., liiJi. Texae Paolio.
Kantai A T., 31'i Union Paoifio, 55.
Lake E. A W.. V. 8. Express. 63.
Lake Shore, 86. W St. L. A P., 18S,
Lou. A Nash., 45 W.,St. L. AP.,p.,32
Loo, AN. A., 52. W. A P. Ex., 126.
M. A 0. rt pf .-. W.U.Tel.,65?i.
M.AC, pfd., . Colorado Coal, 28.
Mem. A Char., 37. Bomestnko, 19.
Mich. Cen., 79. Iron Silver, 19.
Min. A St. L., 20. OnUrio, 29.
Min. A St. L.pfd,43.Quicksilvar, 4.
Missouri Psoiflo.lW. Quiokiilnr.pfd, 22,
Mobil A Ohio. 14. South Paoifio, -.
MAT. S. W65. Sutro.6.
M.AT. S. W pfd, 60. Ten Coal A Iron, 53.
London, August 16. Consols, 101
3-16 for both money and the account.
United States bonds, 4s, 129; 4)s,
113J. The amount of bnllion with
drawn from the Brak of England on
balance today is 20,000.
Paris, August 16. Three per cent,
rentes, 831 Ju for the account.
New Oiileans, La., August 16.
Bank clearing!, $784,320.
Niw York, August 16. Exchanges,
$101,779,605; balances, $3,206,002.
Baltimore, Md., Angust 16. C'ear
ings, $2,159,916; balances, $225,149.
8t. Louis, Mo., Angast 16. Bank
clearings, $266,344; balances, 158,361.
Boston, Mass., Angnst 16. Ex
ehanges, $11,901,527 ; balances, $1,504,
751. Chicago, III., August 16. Asso
ciated bank clearings today were 10,
394,000. Philadelphia, Pa., August 16.
Clearirg?, 18,133,326; balances, $1,
148,899. WEEKLY CLEARINGS.
Boston, Mass , August 16 The fol
lowing table, compiled from disp-itches
from tne luading clearing houses of the
United S ates, shows tbe clearances of
the week ending August 14, 1886, as
compared with ttiose of the correspond
ing week last yt ar:
New York, 9012,310,561 ; inc., 22 9.
Boston, $07,732,857 ; inc., 5.8.
Philadelphia, $55,773,204 ; ire, 30.9.
Chicag t, $51,14!),(iO0j inc., 18.9.
St. Louis, $16,473,104; inc., 20.9.
San Fiancisco, $13,352,320; inc., 31.4.
Baltimore, $11,546,848; inc , 27.0.
Cincinnati, $9,6110,000; inc., 39.4.
P.ttsburg, $6,73 ,!45; dec , 3.4.
Kansis City, $5,167 484; inc., 18.8.
New Orieane, 4,607,H00j inc., 32.0.
Providence, $4,229,400; inc., 3.8.
Louisville, $3,84 J,954; dec, 8.9.
Omaha, $3,582,907; inc., 49 3.
Milwaukee, $3,125,000; inc., 7.5.
Detroit, $3,083,004; inc , 8.1.
Clev land, 2,343,748; inc., 14.1.
Columbus, $1.485,15i); inc., 40.3.
Hartford, $1,483,032; dec , 1.2.
Indianapolis, $1,550,000; dec, 0.8.
New Haverf, $1,011,308; dec, 9.5.
Portland, $900.00!!; inc., 30.5.
Memphis, $782,443; inc., 21.8.
St. Joseph. $7. 7,250; inc., 8.1.
Peoria, $734,357; inc., 12.7.
Spiingfisld, $704,348; inc.,9 3.
Worcester, $648,200; inc., 61.1.
Lowell, $1,150 48'; inc, 25.5.
Syracuse, $452,828; inc., 8 7.
Totals, $884,767,654; ino , 21.1.
Outside of New York. $272,457,093:
inc., 17.4. .
OraWeston and Denver not Included
The local cotton market opened
quiet, and closed quiet; middling,
91 c. Sales 225 ba'ej to spinners.
Ordinary 7i 74
Good Ordinary.... 81 8J
Low Middling 81 8J
Good Middling.... 91 9
Middling Fair 10 10f
Fair., Kom. Nona.
Dusty (ilfasa fiZ'oiK?
Stains,ting9s... 7J''8i 7J8J
Mmrais, August 11, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885.-... 1,392
Keceived to-dar 122
Received pfevi'ously...544,86d 546,380
Shipped to-day 51
omppeo. previously.... D41.272
Home consumption to
uate 30'J 641,032
Stock running account 4,748
Thus far this week : 144
Thus far last week 70
Since September 1st , 644,988
M. and O. It. E 82
L mil N. ft R m
O., 0. 48. W.R. R.V....V."""'".V" 3
Wagons and other sources. 6
u., di. ii. x a. v., --. urenon av., llrK.
0..SUI..AP., 12;. Orejon 'Irani.. 31.
C. 6t. h. A P. D..32. Oreion Imn..21U.
0.. 8. A C. . 27. Pacifio Mail. ftPA.
Thus far this week...
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
L. and N. R. R
C., O. 4 a W. R. B
New York spots opened quiet, and
closed dull. Sales, 172 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
rdlnary 6 13 16 6 1316
Good ordinary. 8 1-16 8 1-16
Low middling. 9 9
Middling- 9 7 16 9 7-16
Good middling 9 15-16 9 15-16
Middling fair.10S 103
Fair -ll 11
New York futnrea ooened steady
and closed steady. Sales, 23,000
bales. The closing quotations were
August, 9.30(a 9.32
9.32ta 9 33
9 42 9.43
9 61 9.52
9 58 9.60
9.75 9 77
9 83(a) 9.S4
9 91 9.92
9 92 9.94
September... 9.S2.i 9.33
,.9.32 9 33
.9.45() 9 46
,9.53 9 54
, 9.69 9.70
..9 78 9.79
9 87 9.88
9.9-1 9 96
opened dull, and closed dull and easy;
miaunng, v 3-iuc. paies, iuu bales,
Quotations were as follows:
Good ordinary 8J
Low middling 8 11-16
Middling ....9 3-18
Good middling-. ..9 15-18
The New Orleans future market
opened firm and closed quiet. Sales,
19.900 bales. Quotations were as fol
lows: Yesterday. Saturday.
August 9.01 9 03 9 03 9.06
September.. 8 86 8 88 9.87(a) 9.8!)
October.... 8.8( 8.88 9 86 9 8S
November -8 86 8 88 9,85 9.87
December .8,90 8.91 9.89 9 90
January 9.01 9 02 8.99 9.01
February...9.12 9.14 8.11 8.12
March 9.23 9.25 8.23 8.25
April 9 35 9.37 8.35 8.36
May 9.46 9 48 8.47tu ti.48
June 9 57 9.59
DAILT PORT AND INTERIOR MARKETS.
Tone. Rec. Prices Stock.
steady 1196 91 3,638
quiet. 227 9 3 16 23,811
nom'l. 12 9 3,204
dull. 13 9 2,796
noin'l. 19 91 1,630
steady 9 20!)
dull. 1 9 3,223
quiet 125 9 10,645
dull. 20 9 7-16 130,094
quiet 298 9 6,310
steady 98 9 9,034
steady H 12,411
quiet 32 8
Receipts at ports, this day, 1886.. 2019
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885... 5!
1880. i 1885.
R'ts U. S,
Ex. ttr. Br
R'ts Sept. 1
Increase in receipts this year, 653,357
At noon: Liverpool spots were
steady, fair demand. Sales, 10,000 bales,
of which American 9001) bales. Re
ceipts, 4400 bales, of which American
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4d; good ordinary, 4Jd;
low middling, 4 15-10d ; good middling'
Did; middling uplands, 5 316d;
middling Orleans, 5jd.
Thepricet are given in pence and 64ln
thus: 4 63 meant 4 63-64rf; and 5 01
meant 6 1-64(1.1
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quito steady; August, 5 lOd; August-September
5 07d ; Oi't3ber-November,
5 05d ; November-December, 5 04(1 ;
Dacemher-J auuary, January-February
5 05; February-March, 6;07d; Sep
At 2 p.m: Liverpool futures were
quiet and steady :A agus',5 lOd buyeis;
AugUbt-Heptember, 6 lOd buyers; Sep-temher-October,
5 07d bnyers: October-November,
6 05d buyers; November-December,
6 04d vaue; December-January,
5 04d buyers; January
February, 5 05d buyers; Februn'y
March, 5 07d value ; September, 5 lud
At 4 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
flat; August, 5 lOd sellers; August-September,
5 lOd sellers; September-October,
5 07d sellers ; October
November, 6 05d selleis; November
December, 5 04d sellers; December
January, 5 Old sellers; January -February,
6 05d tellers; February-March,
5 07d buyeis; September .
Corn From store, white, 5253c ;
mixed, 5152c, from levee or depot ;
in sacks, in round lots, white, 50c;
mixed, 49s; in bulk, car lots, white,
4748o; mixed, 4546c.
Hat Choice, from store, 7680c;
prime,70c; prairle,50c; round lots from
levee or dpot, choice, $12 12 50;
prime, $10 5011 ; prairie, 77 60.
Oats White, 40o; mixed, 38o,
from store; round lota from levee on
track white, sacked, 38o; mixed,
Bran From stire,6570c per cwt ;
round lots from levee, $12 per ton.
Beans Navy. $2; medium, $175;
German millet, $1 201 40.
Oobnmeal Standard, $2 35; pearl,
$2 65 from store, 5c cheaper from mill,
levee or track ; roller, $2 45.
Rica Louisiana, 46c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flour Patents, $4 654Pfl: extra
fancy, $44 10; fency, $4 li)4 20:
family, $3 603 li, low jiru'ta, $2
3. The above fin-wi are for round
Ijts; from Btcrij 25s bair;l higher.
Cracksd Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 2) from store.
Homint and Grits from store,
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
troble extra. 4Jc; leroou crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7ic; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, troble extra, 6c; as
sarted fumbles, 9c.
Kansas City, Mo., August 16.
Wheat weaker; No. 2, red, cash, 65c
bid; September, 658c; October, C7Jc
asked. Corn stronger; No. 2, cash, 34c;
Septemher, 34c; October, 35cjc. Oats
steady, 27 Jc.
St. Locis, Mo., August 16. Flour
qui-4 but s'eidy and flrm. Wheat
opened higher and early advanced
c, but lost the advance with declines
elsewhertv Advices later of large pur
chaaes for export at the Atlantic ea
boad caused a sharp rally, closing c
above Saturday : No. 2 red. cash. 771
77c; August, 78783, the latter)
closing; September, 78J78;C, ad
vanced to 791c, reacted to 78 Jc, later
rose to 79J, olcing at 791s bid ; Octo
ber opened at SOJc and fluctuated be
tween that point and 81 Jo, closing at
81 ic Corn opened weak but advanced
and closed )Io above Saturday ; No.
2 mixed.casb, 40c; September, 39
40cclos'n at 40o;October,4142ie,
closing at 42a bid. Oats dull and easier;
cash, 2627c; September, 278c; Oc
tober, 28Jo bid ; May 34c. Rye quiet ;
61o bid. Barley no msrke. lUy
easier; prime, $79; timothy, $1011.
Flaxseed etsier at $1 10. linn qniet
at 4748c. Corn meal steady at $2 25.
Receipts Flour,5000 brls; wheat, 127,
000 bu; com, 60,000 bu; oat, 48,000
bu; rye, 1000 bu; barley, 8000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 12,000 brls; wheat,
24,000 bu;corn, 4000 bu; oats, 62,
000 bu; rye, none; barley, none.
Chicago. III., August 16. Both
wheat and corn opened weak and
lower today, the former c ntinning
weak until near noon, when it rallied
and closed stionxer, while corn began
to recover immedistsly a'tsr the open
ing. The receipts of wheat are quiie
free and several large local opsta'ors
so!d freely, causing a decline of 77Jc,
then rallied on an export demand to
78Jc for September. Toward tbe close
the feeling became a shsdseasierupen
tbe publication of the vlMble report,
disclosing an increase of 1,748,000
bushels. Corn opened weak, owing
to r poits of heavy rains, but rallied
sharply, owing to continued light re
ceipts, and closed higher than Sa'ur
day. Oats ru ed dull and heavy, but
nriccs showed very Utile clmiiko.
Flour steady and unchanged. Wheat
opened weak, declined la, rallied lc
and closed Jc higher than Saturday.
Sales ranged: August, 767tij,
closed at 76jc; September, 77(781c,
cloied at 77 15 16j; October, 79 j80io,
closed at 79 Jc. No. 2 spring, 76c;
No. 2 red, 78c Corn fairly active and
weak early, but rallied and rioted
st'ong.; cjsb, 47 Jo; August, 41 J
428c closed at 42u; September, 42,
44c, closed at 43 15-lOc; October, 44
45c, closed at 45jo. Oats dull and
heavy; cash, 26Jo: September, 271
28c, closed ar. 28c; October, 29J29 3
16c, closed at 29Jc Rye quiet;
No. 2, 50c Barley dull; No. 2, 60c
Flaxseed quiet; No. 1, $1 13. Re
ceiptsFlour, 10,000 brls; wheat,
62,00.1 hu; corn,. 382,000 bu; cats,
242,000 bu ; rye, 6000 bu ; bsrley, 35,0 )0
bu. Shipments F.our, 13,000 brls;
wheat, 26,000 bu; corn, 307,000 bu;
oa's, 109,000 bu; rye, none; barley,
The Brlllab drain Trade.
London, August 16. The Marl Ixme
Erprm, in its review of the British
(train trade during the past week, soys:
Unsettled weather ba retarded har
vesting, whtch will now be very late.
Wheat has rusted and mildewed to an
extant greatly affecting the quality
and every thing points to a deficient
wheat crop. English wheat is firmer
and prices are against buyers. The
sules of Engl i oh wheat during the past
week weM 44,120 quarters, at 32i (Id,
against 3761 quarters at 33i Id durirg
the corresponding peried of last year.
Tho foreign wheat trade is ininimate;
the purchares are only ef a retail na
ture. Corn on the spot is against
buyers. Fourteen cargoes of wheat
arrived. Three cargoes were sold, In
cluding one of California, at 33s 31;
one was withdrawn and seven re
mained. Trade forward is quiet; there
is a desultory inquiry for California
which is momentarily against buyers.
Today the market was very firm but
quiet. English wheat wts la dearer
and foreign 6 1 dearer. Flonrwas36d
dearer and corn was 6d dearer. Baans
and pi as were steady. Barley was un
steady. Bpttbr Bntterine,1014)c; croam
erv. 2225c: dairy. 20c.
Cheese Piime flats, 8Jc, nominal;
New York factory, 9c, nominal; full
cream, 10JllJc; Young America, 13
Hog Products Mess pork, $10 75;
BUKir cured hams, 12J13c; break
fast bacon, 79jc; cler sids p;rk,
(ijc; clear rib side pork, 68c; long
clear pnrk, 63c; pork shoulders, 6jjc
Bacon Clear rib sides, 7 jo; bacfin
shoulders, 6c. Lard Tierces, 6jc;
half-barrels, 7jc; kegs, 7jc; choice
kettle, tierces, 7Jc.
Frrsu M eats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c: hind quarters of beef, 8J;;
lambs, $2 503 50.
St. Louis, Mo.. August 16 Pork
eaeier, $10 25. Lird nominal, $6 50.
Bulkmca s quiet; loose lots and
shoulders, $6 i long clear, $6 k5; shrrt
rib -, $6 30; short clear, $6 4r. Bac n
quiet; long clear, fi! 95; short ribs,
$6 857; short clear, $7 12J7 20.
Hams, 12.5513c Butter quint;
creimery, 172()c;i duiry, 1016c
Eg?s quiet at 09Jc
Chicago, III., Augutt 10. Mesi
pork opened 2Jo 5c lower, rallied
2,r)C and closed firm; csh, $9 62j
9 65; September, $9 45(o9 50, closed
at$9 67J9 70; October, JO 759 80,
closed at 49 77J9 80. Lard stronger,
10c 27Jo higher: cbbii, $7 30
7 32; August. $7 207 32J, c'o.-ed at
$7 8073.'J; September, t7 i07 36,
c osed at $7 35 ; October, $6 676 85,
closed at $6 85. Shnrtrib sidnelooje
t toady; cash, $6 17J6 20.Boxed meats
steady; dry ealted houiders 56c:
short clear sides $6 600 65. Butti r
slow; creamery, 12J19j; dairy, 10c
8i8Jc; prime Rio, 8J10c; choice
lo iancy, iwnj:; oia govoruuioui,
2425c; Cevlon, 1822c
Soap 3J5Jo per pound.
Sugar Pore white, 6J6Jc; off
white, 66o; yellow, 6 J(6jc; open
kettle, 5J6c; refined A, 66)c;
Krannlated, 67c; powdered, 7
7Jc; cut loaf, 7J8c.
$1 451 50; coarse, $1 151 20; pock-
. , i , nlA.. - 1 .1 I .
eiB, Dieacuvu, iio(U, car-iuaua iruui
levee or depot, 6c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
palls and barrels, 89c
Oandles-FuII weight, 910c
Canned Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en: Pineapples, SI 351 65; peaches,
2-!b, standard, $1 351 65; seconds,
1 101 15; tomatoes, 21b, standard,
$1 251 35; 31b, $L 161 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40: raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries $1
1 15; greengages, $1 601 76;
pears, $22 25: plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 604 : green corn,
$11 35 ; green pens, $1 65 1 6 ' ; cove
eysiern, full weight, Mb. $1041 10;
cove oysters, full woigbt, 2-lh, $1 75
1 86; cove oysters, light weight 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1: condensed milk Crown. $5 50
5 75 ; Engle,$7 51 7 75 ; Daisy , $4 75.
Molasses Louisiana, common to
fair, 1825c ; prime to choice. 2835e ;
syrup, 2440c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 3033c; centrii
ngal, fancy, 8234c.
Tobacco Common, 11-incb, 27
2Hoi other grades and styles, 35 85c.
Sunff Garrett's, $10 85 per case :
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 50
10 25.. n::.-.;..:...y:;L
age 4060 rail per 10 kilos; receipt du
ing the week, 39,000 bags; purchases
lor the United Stater, none; clear
ances for the United States, 20 JO
bags; stock, 70,000 bags.
Rio db Janeiro, August 1 4. Coffee
Regular first, 4250 reis per 10 kilos;
good second, 3550 reis; receipts dur
ing the past week, 101,000 ban; pur
chases for United States, 31,000 bags;
clearances for the United States, 51,000
bans; stock 224,000 bogs.
Niw York. August 14. Co flea snot
fair Rio dull, 9gc; options a trills
higher, but trading qait; salts,
10,000 bags: October and December,
$S; November, $S8 50; January,
$3 05(3)8 10c ; February, $8 10c. Sngtr
dull and nnnvnal ; white extra, C, 6c ;
yellow, 448d . standard, 5 9-l0(o)5jc;
confectioners' A, 5 6-16c; cut loaf and
crushed, 7 5-166. Rice firm and
Havana, AugriBt 16. Owing to un
favorable news from abroad the suiar
market has remained quiet through
out the week ; buyers end sellers have
both held aloof, and tbe sales have
been unimportant Tbe market closed
weak and nominal. Molnstes sugar,
regular to good polarisation, $1 50 j)
1 87 J, gold, per quintal; Muscovado
fair to good refloirg, 8.V to 90 polari
zation. $1 601 81; rentrifngsl, 92"
to 96 polana ion, $2 12r.2 46
f forks in warehouse at Havana and
MnUnzHS, 31,000 boxes, 634 0I0 bans
and 10,500 hhds. Receipts during the
week, OOobags and 198 hhds; exports
during the week, 1350 bxs, 29,500 bans
and 2t5 hhds, oi which 1250 bxs, 815
hhds and tags to the United Stater.
Apples Apples, $22 25; from
levee or de iot, tl 251 50; dried ap
dies, 33o per pound from store.
Dried peacnea, 23c from store.
Vegetables Onions, $22 25 from
store; $1 60 1 75 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 252 50 ; $1 75 from
levee or depot per crate; Garlic 40
60c per 100. Turnips, 60c per bushel.
Fruit Oranges, Lonislsne naml
nal, $6. Lemons, $S8 50 per
box. Bananas, $l2 per bunch.
Cocoannta, $5 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7Jc ; Tennessee, farmer's stock,
34o; roasted, 2 Jo higher; suelled,
lOn. Almonds, 18 20c.
Raipins London layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $2 76 ; California, ; Imperial,
Pickles In Jars, pints, 95o; quarts
$1 50; half-gallons, $2 75; gallons
$3 75; loose, barrels, $6; half-barrels,
$3 9; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
hall barrels, $6.
Potatoes New, $12fi150; loose
in wagons, 50c 00c; home grown $1
per barrel ;N orthern st ick, $1$2.
Cider New York, $0 50 peT barrol
and $3 50 per half-barrel ; Vinegar, 12
15c per gallon.
Pecans Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10 14c for large; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 5; No. 2, $3 253 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit. No. 1, 60c; No, 2,
70c; 15-lb, No. 3, 50c. Dry herrings,
family, 30o per box.
Walnuts French, 12c ; Naplea,15c ;
Grenobles, 15c Filberts, 12c
Foultrv Chickens, $12 25; o'd
hens, $2 25.
Game Game fih, ll12c.
Eggs Dull at 13c.
BAUUINU AND TIM, ETC.
Bagging Jute. 2 lbs. 8Jc; 1 lbs,
7n; 1 lbs, 7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 7 c.
hidics ahd tallow.
Hides Dry flint, 1210c; dry
salt 1012c;greensnlt,78c; green,
50c ; deer skins, 1617c Beeswax
dull at 2021o; Ullow,33c.
WHISHT, WINRN, LIirOK1, KTO.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 505; redistilled goods from
85c to $150, according to proof; rye,
Winks American extra, qts, $6 50;
pte,$7 50. Pip rIIoidsieck,qtj,$25;pts,
$27 ; Mumm's extra dry.nts, $28 50 ; pts,
$ 0 50; Roederer, qts, $29; pte, $31;
Veuve Cliqnot, qts, $31; pts, $33;
claret, qts $3 5()12 50; $1 extra for
pts; lmpir.ed Rhine wine. $7 for
qts; Catawba, sweet, 90c$l 25 per
gallon; Catawba, dry, $ll 25 por
gallon ; Catawba, sweet, $3 505 per
case; C.itawbs, dry, $45 per cae;
Cul foruia wines, $11 50 per gallou;
imported port, $1 50'; importeii
Hherry,$l505;impoit.id Ble (Burke's
bntt'ery), pie, $1 85; qts, $3; Argrs
ttir t bit' ri, pf", $15 ; champagne cider,
qte, $2 503 51).
St. Louis, Mo., August 16. Whieky
Chicago, III., Atumt 10. Whisky
steady, $1 12
Cincinnati, O , August 16 Whisky
active ami firm; r-a'ee of 1473 barrels
of fin'shed good on a bHsis (if $1 08.
PCI KOI. MARKET,
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Pitthiiurg, Pa , AugU't 10 Petro
d (ill but, steady; opened at 61 jc, ad
vanced to 61 jc, end then sagged to
61 Jc at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Cattle Choice grass fed, 33c;
good, 3fal3c; fair to medium, 2
2Jc; scaliawaits, llo.
Iloos Cholce,44ic; good,34c;
Sheep Choice, 33c; medium, 2
3c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 44c.
Kansas Citt, Mo., August 16 The
Livestock Indicator reports: Cattle
Receipts, 1355 head; shipments, none:
active firmer, quality of classes good
to choice, (4 104 60; common to
medium, $3 40tt3 90, stackers,
$2 402 75; feedew, $2 803 30;
cows, $1 50(42 65; grass range s,e-rs,
$2 303 50. Hop -Receipts, 2141
head; shipments, 236 head; choice
firm ; others steady; good to choice,
$4 804 9; common, to medium,
$4 504 75;Bkipsaadplgs,$3 754 40.
Sheep Receipts, 310 head; shipments,
non; market steady ; good to choice
$2 403 10; common to medium,
$1 50(a 2 25.
Chicago, III , AngostlO. The Drw
en' Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
7000 bead; slii' mnnts, 2000 bead-,
nnrket ict;ve: 510o higher; ship
ping ulcers, 135u to 150J Ibi, $4 75
5 10; stackers aud fordprs, $2 40
3 50; cows, hu'ls and mixed, $1 00
3 60; bulk, $2 402 90; ttro igri Texxs
ca't'e, 2000, a shle biicher, 050 to
1050 Ins, $3 2-3 85; 750 to 900 lb,
$:2;3 30; 600 to 700 lbs, 2 603;
We-t-trn ranynrn li mj rjativue and
hull breed", $.t 2fi4 40; cnw, $2 70
3 25; wirt-r.d Texans, 3:!4; ra'es,
20,810 Wyomin?, 1159 lbs, $3 50;
205 Wycminir. 1162 lbs, $3 0 ). Hogs
Receipts, 10,00(1 head; shipments,
5000 head; market slow snd a shade
loser; rough and mixd, $44 7;
packing and chipping, 250 to 210 lbs,
f l 755 17; litfl.t weighto, $3 80
4 80; skips, $2 503 75. Sheep Re
ceip's, 3000 head; shipments, 500
head; market steady; na ives, 100 to
120 lbs and over, $3 604 25; West
ern, $3 263 65 ; lambs, $45. Tbe
Droveri' Journal' i London cablegrams
quote American cattle o lower; best
grades selling at 12c.
"Jll I ClmJtiS tuimr Acrn7 it Sm
IvTAY III VN. eur uiiwiaca w
RIVERS AM) Sit UBO.US
TEAM KM LEATIIS
Arkiniai Rlrer....R. L. Cobs, 5 p.m.
StFraaeli Klvr Rd. Fot, 5 p.m.
8t. Louli CiTYor NiTi air, g p.m.
Vlokburj......Bi.Li MturiiB, 10 a.m.
Cincinnati Dibotii, 5 p.m.
Friart Polnt.-.Jiu Lit, 6 p.m.
Whit RlTr .Cnriisw, 5 p.m.
Oiool .......CoHoi, 6 p.m.
Ktw Orleani ....Aksi P. Siltm, 10 a.m.
St. Louli .....C'rorCiiio,10.m.
TIptoDTllls OiYMO.S p.m.
HOTEMEMTI AT THE LEVEE.
i4rriixi'. Jauiei Lee, Filars Point;
Will S. Hye, Arkansas City; D. R.
rowell, Vickshnrg; Coahoma, Oioe
ola; Gsyoso, Tiptonville; R. L, Cobb,
Arkansas City ; City of Vickshnrg, St.
Louis; City of Ht. Lou's, St. Louis.
Drparturet. 0,ty of Vicksburg, Vicks
hnrg; City of St. Lonis, New Orleans;
Will 8. Hays, Arkansas City : James
Los, Friars Point ; Coahoma, O'caola ;
Jloatt in iVt. R. L. Cobb and Ed
Boats Due Down Desoto and Bsllo
Itoat Ihie Up. Chickasaw and City
of Nate lies.
Will 8. Hays 15 bales cotton, 1389
sks seed and lot of sundries.
Jam s Lee One bale co ton and 190
Coahoma 93 sks seed and lot of
R. L. Cobb 5 balt-s cotton, 50 sks
seed, 2 head cattle and lot of sundries.
(iayoso 628 sks corn.
City of St. Louis 100 br's flour.
City of Vicksburg 75 tons merchan
dise. FUTt'BK MUVEBIENTN.
The El Foster, Capt, O. K. Joplin,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for St. Francis river,
The Lee Line packets to-morrow
evening are James Loo, for Friar's
Point, and Coahoma, for Oiceola.
The Anchor Line packets tomor
row morning are Annie P. Silver, for
New Orleans, and City of Cdiro, Lr
Tng Chickasaw, Capt. E. C. PoHil,
is the Wedms luy packet for Whito
river. C. M. Pos'al and John Chil
drtss are her clerks.
Tus City of N stent. Capt. Beck
Jolly, is the packet th's evening at 8
o cb ck lor Uairo and et. Louis. 11.
Ourbyn is her clerk.
The Belle MemphlB, Capt. Geo.
Baker, is the Anchor Line packet this
morning tt 10 o'clock for Vicksburg
and the bends. Al Simpson is her clerk.
The Gay-so, Capt. W. P. Hall, Is the
packet Tuursday evening at 6 o'clock.
fur Hales Point. Tiptonville and the
upper bends. B. O. Mitchell is her
The Will 8. Havs. Cant. W. W.
Baktr, is tbe United States mail packet
Thursday eveolog at ' 6 o clock lor
Helena, Ar- kansas City and all way
landings. W. C. Blanker baa charge
of her office,
Tub R. L. Cobb, Cpt.E. B. Smith,
is the packet this evening at 5
o'clock for all points on Arkansas
river, goirg through t? Pine Blull'.
Ohas, Museolnun has charge of her
oillce, assisted by Kulus Foster.
Tus Desoto. Capt. John S. Jones,
will doubtless be found in port this
morning and leaves again this evening
at 5 o'clock for Cai o, Louisvillp.Olnrin
natl and all way landings on tbe Ohio
river. H. O. Bruce and Lew Brfggs
are her clerks. The Desoto will give
cheap rates to all points North and
Weather clear and warm.
The D. R. Powell passed up Sunday
night for St. Louis.
The Lee line packets were in and
out on time yesterday.
Rrceitts by river yesterday 21
bales rott n and 1627 racks seed.
Tub new steamer Desoto will be
found in port today. She passed Cairo
Pilots r port 0J feet of water at the
head ol Prisident's island and the
same at Ship I -land.
The GayoBo arrived Sunday from
T p'onvil'e with 6' 8 sacks of corn, and
re' ii' ned lust evoi ing.
The City of V.ebsbiir pasteJ down
Sunday morning for . Vicksburg. She
dischniKud here 70 lona freight and
added 20 tons.
Tub City ef St. Louis passed down
Sunday evening for New Orleans,
with a big trip. She put off hern 100
barrels fi ur and 40 tons sundries.
Tub Will 8. Hays airived Sunday
morning f' om Arkansas City with 16
bides ol cotUin, i:'89 sacks of seed;
returned las' evening with o fair trip.
James B Hdgehs, a popular young
busintss man, has been appointed
agent of the Milt Harry White River
Line, witli headquarters at No. 7
The R. L. Cobb arrived Sunday
evening from Arkansas river with &
bales of cotton, 50 sacks of seed, 2
hetd of stork, snd roturned this even
ing at tbe usual hour.
The river between St. Louis and
Cairo is in a horrible condition, lu l
of snags, and but abont o leet 6 Indus
of water in tbe channel. It is also in
as equally a bad condition between
Cairo and New Orleans no end of
snags and water there in the channel.
The Cinclnna'l Evening Star of the
12th says: The owners ol tbes'camer
Paris 0. Brown have closed a con
tract with Curio i Robinson, of the
Madifon Ways, to build a new hull
for and enlarge that boat. Her length
will be increased twenty-six feet and
her bam ten feet. Slio will be, when
cmpleted, the boss s'orn win el
earner of the West.
St. Louis lifpublican, 15th: Capt. R.
O. Shinklejenterriay sold out to John
Petry the latof the furniture and out
fit oi tiiB I'1 t' AsrociaMon romni,
and thure is r,o Umuer a ves'ijie ol that
O'ganization left. After two or thte
mettngs the pilots have failed to
co inn to any agreement for tbe coming
season, and tne prospects are that sn
eflbit will b ir, ado to sue which can
work the clicipeet,
0 Kvnhuj Lflyr, I6'.h: Col. Will S
Biooks, tor many years rivi r editor of
the Appeal, has just oieueda new
grocery store on Kayburn avenue, at
the railroad crossing, and invites his
marine frit-mid to call and see him.
Will has (tone into merchandising un
der good cilices. The building is new,
the stock is new and ha is new to the
business but baying the encourage
ment of the pople in the neighbor
hood, be will, by close application to
businees, make money.
The fallowing changes have been
made in United States boson lights
nn the lower Mississippi river, between
Memphis. Tenn., aad.SL Louis: Ori
ent Field, moved down 100 yards;
Aacker's Bend, moved up 200 yards;
head Devil's Island, discontinued;
Birmingham, moved down 200 yards;
liberty Island, moved np 200 yards;
St Genevieve Bend, moved up 200
yards; Lucas, moved up 200 yards.
Between Memphis and Cairo : Man's
field, moved np 150 yards.
KIVBHS AMD WEATHEE.
Okfice Siosal Service, U. 8. A.,
Memphis, August 16,;1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75" meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Feet. lOths lOths lOtha
Cairo... 10 5 - 5
Chattanooga ... 4 8 2
Cincinnati 7 3
Davenport 1 l
Dubuque 2 0 1
Fort Smith t 5 7
Keokuk 1 5 3
Helena 11 3 1
La Crosse 2 4 1
Leavenworth... 8 9
Little Rock 8 4 i t
liOuisville 4 ti 2
Memphis 9 1 1
Nashville 3 2 ti
New Orleans... 3 2 1
Omaha 8 7 1
St. 1niis 8 6 2
St. Paul 2 8
Vicksburg 11 2
ntuKir Matt-Feat and tenthi of a foot
abovs iro of 1 tuts :
Cairo, 40 foot. Chattanooga, IV! (cat.
Ulnolnnatl. SO. Davenport, 11.
Fort Huiitb, 33.
ta C'roM. J4. I.eareo worth, 20
ittl Rock, 23. Louitvilla, 25.
Mew Orloann, U.2.
St. Paul, 7.
t. Louli. 32.
Wheeling, W.Va., August 16 Noon
River 6 feet 1 inch on the gauge and
riiiug. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Pitwbitrh, August 1(1. Noon-
River x inches on the gangs and sta
tionary. Weather cloudy and wjrru,
IuiHViLLR,AuKust 1(1 -Noon River
slutionary, witb 4 leet 10 inches in the
canal and 2 hat 8 Inches nn ta falla.
Business du'l. Weather o'oudy aud
ho', with indications of more tain.
Caiko, August 16. Noon Rivr 10
feet 6 Inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather fair and hot. Arrived: Ar
kanrasCity, Vickabnrg, 11 p in.; Telle
Memphis, St. Lnuis, 1 a.m. Dsparred :
Arkansas City, St. Louis, 11 p.m. ; Bt-lle
Memphis, Vicksbnra, 9 a.m.
FOR LOUISVILLE A CINCINNATI
rOB l.ITINVIL,LE ll(lllt4rl.
ii:soro, r r-:',T
J. B. J on 01 matter I U. C. Eri-e olark
Will lear TU1S VA I , Auf. ITlll
ror irelant or PKiima anniy
blLL, U. F. J
phon. No. 21!7.
iIIkob it. tela-
Phh r A t.
Ht. l.nnla unit Brw Orlrnna Anrhaif.
l,lBa V. N. Mall FOR VICKSUh Ri.
(inn. Baker raaitcr.
Will laaa the Rlerator TUKSUAl. Aui,
iin, at 111 a.m. ror raijni or paJaaca apiiy
O. I,. IUi.r..Pain. An't. AD S'NlHM. Sii'y.
FOR NErV ORLEANS.
For Vlokibura, Natohei anl New Orltaai
1 na elerant iteamer
Ann e P. Silver,
W. U. Thotnpion mmtor"
Will laara Klevatnr W KUNKSUAV. Aua.
lHth. at 10 a.m. For freiahtor dhihh atinla
0 I.. IIm.i,, PaM. A't. AD 8TORB, Aa't.
FOR CAIRO AMI) ST. LOU1H.
Nt. I.onla and lw Orlrnaia Aarhor
l.luo-lt.N. Sinll-OAIllU A aT. Loll Id.
Uity or Natchez,
II IK IlI.L .
i unurm 1 1 si 1 mij i ij ijii ramw
Will leave the Klevator THIH UAVTAu..
17th, at S p.m. For riht r iut apply
V. li. 11 A 1.1., I'ml, A U AU HlUHJH.Mup't.
Nt l.oula Hud Nw OrlPMna anchor
.flu 11. h. mii-Hiito bf. Lou la.
1 Ity of Cairo.
win leave Klevator nKUMiiUM, Au.
lHth, at III a.m. For fraight or l asaaae apply
C. I,. II Ai l,, Vnm. Aat. Al S'f(iKf, Kiip't.
FPU WillTK IUVK.lt.
MEMPHIS & WHITE RITEK I'K'T.
Freddie Robinson, zSaa
Milt Harry master
For Helena, Terrene, DeValtn lilu ft. Den Are,
Auvuita, Cluromlon, Newport and
Will leave ai above SATURDAY, at R p.ra.
Throuirli rntei to all pointa. Freliht oon
iirneil to Milt Harry Line, Meniphla, will be
promptly (orwanieri. JAS. II HoOKHS,
KoproaentlnirMilt Harry White Kiver Fnrkat
l.lno, offl7 Mntllnn it. Telephone T2.
FOR TIPTONVILLE. "
For Oiseola, Ilalai Point, Carutheravllla,
Uaynao and TIptonTllle the new tteaiuar
W. P. Hall m mater B. O. Mioliell...clerk,
Will leave aa above, and all way pointa.
KVERV MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5
JKrmplila.frlnra folm anil Mrani'ltiia)
anal Onieola PaeaioS C'onipaBy.
For Helena, Ulendalo, Frinra Pohrt and all
Way Lendlnit ataamer
Ja m e Isee. i
3. U. Cooper, maiUr....J. W. tiiuitaara.olart
Will leave aa above on evorr MoNuaY,
WKPNAJUAV and FltlPAY. at i o'alo k.
For Randolph, Fulton, Oaoeota and Kaj
K. T. Olaircett...niaatar I i'latt Rhodoa .clerk
Leavea Krorv MONDAY. WKUNKflDAY
and FRIDAY at S p.m. The boata ot this
linareaerva the right to paaa all landing
the otpiain may doom unanfe. UfOce, No. 6
Medlxinat. JAMK.-I I.K.K, Ja., Sup't.
Meinph is & White Kt YeFi'kt.iCo
For fjlareadoa, Devalla BlatY,, Deal
Arr, Auanata, Baarey. Newport, J ak ton
port, Ilataaville and ail Way Landioia,
n D ..1 --- w
R. 0. PoaUl
Will leave KVERY WEDNESDAY at S p.m.
BTB. AI.BEBTA NO S, . .rr,.
Albert B. Hralth - Gf.'Viaf
Will leave KVUHY 8A1URDAY at t p.m.
Through ratea given to all pointa. Freiirhl
oonilgned to the Momphie and White River
Packet Co., at Mernpbte or Terrene, will be
forwarded promptly. For general informa
tion apply at ofllce, No 3 Mndiaon at., or-.;
Call Telrpnnno ',2. II. O. 1,0 W B, A t .
The !. Krmiols IClver I riinsportutiiii
Co.'aHne blde-W toe I U. S. MUi bua,et
Ed Foster, rT'
O. ft. Joplin maater,
WILL l.JKAVK MEMPHIS JCVKH1
at 5 o'olo.'k, for Marianna, tt Cut-Cil, at 4
Inter Jieiinto Uudiu. nn Si. Kraar.s .1.
the ap(u reaerve) tbe tUt t0.'J" '
landlnK he dreni c JAS. Li'E, Jr.,
M.,-4of,.-.,l M;l... V. 4 Mh.tla n t
Muuiplue uno V ltHxiiurif Packet Vot
puuy U.S. 31all Lines
For Itelona, Oonnordia, Terrene and Arkaa
iaa City The elegant paaaenger ataamar
M. R. Cbeek...master I W. 0. Blauker...olerk
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