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HMCE MD COHERCE.
MOSEY 8 PER CE.VT., JEN YORK
t-.t UAAtK SELLIXO AT PAH.
Cotton Firm - Hr.Idlfiijr, 8 5-8:5-Sales
Yesterday, ilOO
Rules.
The demand f. r money ia prelty ac
tive at 8 per cent. Finances are some
what tightened by the inability of
iiauBjjurimuni lines to move cotton
awayinsuflicient quan'itie?. Lccal se
curities firm and tteady. The cotton
mantel wes farm; middling. 8f.
Kales, ;2400 bales. At New York, spots
easy : middling, 9 316c. Futures easy
anew to y points lower; November,
9.01S 9.02c
A lea ling New Yoik cotton circular
rojoui me speculative maraei: "vvitn
the exception of a lew teoopnrary and
modeiate checks in fill ng odd buying
ordeis, the market steadily tended
downward, carrying the com off 8 to 9
poiais and closing easy at inside
figures."
At New Orleans spots were steady
middling 8 1116a. Futures very
steady and 0 ta 8 psiuta lower: No
vember nominal.
At Liverpool epolB were unchanged,
win, ! uouiuuu; nnuaune, o 3-lOd.
Futures barely steady; November-
The general market presents
steady feeiirg.
THI PAT? Mi
Two hundred and forty-seven brls
apples. 720 sks bran, 10 brls beans
and peas, 63 pfeKa butter, lo95 rls baa-
rvif.n 1'J!) .. U I . -. - . o
8.mC, loo pajij nat-on, ztu pigi boots
ai.d shoes. 2396 bu corn, 181 pkfis
cheese. 38t sk crffee, 22 cars cotton
seed, 1 702 sks enfon seed, 1344 bdls
cotton ties, 93 pkfsdrvrod, 70 pke
eg8,110& nr's flour, 424 bales hay, 5
h hjf'es and mules. 136 pkgs laid.
48 500 ft ltimbor, 78 pks liquors, 75
brls meal, 180 br's molses, 640 kegs
i?i , u ou 0iW' 155 br:8 onions,
545 br s potst 'e, 17 cars pork sides,
uu, buu oio oris eugir, 1S4 pigs
iwubiw nuu i- or s rice
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in
store by regular elevators, as reported
iuoicuanis- iixctiange yester
day: Wheat in etore, 1045 bu. Corn
received, 1065 bu; withdrawn, 883
Hn-'m i fclo,e 01 Ji m' U8 received.
236 6br'tLdra WD' 6033 b" ; in Et0re'
W,s;-Texas
VhiU
bonds
Kile'
Dhllj- HuiHin,uk (r (olloa
OU TruNis mid New Tork Kx.
cbaiien Mocha are open to those
lalramtil, at my office.
JOUST Xi. KOBTOIS
DEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
24 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. .
Money in prettv active demand at 8
per cent The Clearing House report
is as follows:
CLE A RINGS.
Monday, November 22d, $445,.
777 84; fame time last week, $456,
Zz'Llli 91"'rri;8Pnnding time in 1885,
$315,268 23; corresponding time in
1884, $339,317 E8.
BALANCES.
Monday, November 22 r), $44,.
455 24; eame time last week. $124'-
138 12 ; corresponding time in 1885,
$38 681 17; corresponding: time in
1881, $70,423 33.
EXCHANGE.
New York sight on all prints, J
discoutit buying, oar sailing; New Eng
land demand, discount buying; New
England sight, j discount; New Or
leans, I discount buying, par selling.
BANK RTOCKS.
flank of Oommercc-..146 bid, 149 asked
First Nafior.al 160 bid, 165 asked
German Benk 195 bid, 200 aeked
tate Nalir-nal 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Plantere..lfi0 bid, 153 a-ked
Mercantile Bunk 135bid,137J asked
INSURANCE STOCKS.
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Home 75 bid. 80 asked
Memphis City 102Jbid, 105 asked
generally. Sales of 640,457 sour!
eaamg lu'niohed 140,020: Texas Pa
c fic. 55 790: Eri 44 r.o. t... n.
tral. 40.650. ana
Je principal changes were a gain of
4J in Memphis and Chuleston; Nev
E g and, H. Ohio nn,i m .
sis ippi aan jn ,rk,o!k and
rn preferred, each j-Paciai-,
1J Jertev CVn'ral 1
BohdatidGasin down 21 ana
dolphia Ga', 31. Kdlroad
were Fomewhat less active
a (u i it i a d . . .
Aiiaime and i'aciflc in
comes. $332.0(K1- U'o-f u a . a
wu; X-iio seconds. Sl7unirt p-i... .
ncro nenera iv ttr .r,,, r.
nOOn. hilt, in ma nr. ,.. l n
later, tiaal prices geneia ly snowing
irregu ar changes of mall fractiors
Minneapolis aod Kt Lvuis improve
ment eg gained Z at 95; New Jersey
Midland lata 91 ut hit. t t. u'
Bios coupon efi, 2J at 703 ; Richmond
and JAnvt aiMtiml. o i.ri
, -- 4 at not; ana
Mobile and Ohio firato hv,....... n
at 72. TceWabaoh ixenu.
Uoticeab V Wftak. an A thA r. a.
icq l 87 nd tlie seCjEd3 1 J t
The tat At nalm nf omni.. t. i
640,457 Bhwres, includini? CnHa
S nthem, S676; Chicago.fit. Louis and
rlttshnrsr nrefnrrnrl liuot.Tt.i.
lAckawanna and Wes'ern, 6600;
Erie, 44 6o0; Kansas and Texa, 6850;
lakn Khn. Kirn, t i, J
T - uuuirmue ann
nvilie, 6400; Lake Erie and
Western, 4045; Weraphiit and
Pi,,vton' 12'44i North western,
010; ew Jersey Centra1, 40 650; Ohio
nd Mi8iS3ippi. 15,130; Ontario and
Western, 12,377; Keidiog, 140,020;
8t. Paul, 11,650; t-t. Paul and
?r1?a h!4.4'0; i'exis aud PaniQc, 55,
(00; Ui,ion Pacidc, 12,980; Western
Un .1' 'oa ''Hnsfionii-
nental, 41; 0. Closing quotatiots:
OUVllN'UVtlTo
ooud, 111 'i. Paoi(io u, ut jw5j jj,. .
La.jtama,4s, $1. Mmioari Gt. 1(3
Nor th.Pao.2di, lrj. Waitorn con. S."
.nei.a9D.Os,lUi,. St.li.B.F Gen.M..llSK
on. 131. bt.P,C.41 lu 1 9'i
U.l. lu, 1 WmtBhore,104'i.
iaS2S& (
MEMPHIS DAILY A ITEAI T lT KS P A Y, NOVEMHEI? 23, 18S6.
a closed easy; mlddli.i, 9 3-i6Cl
- I i umco. vjuuutuurg were as loilows :
lesterday. Frday
Ordinary 6 7 16 6 7-16
Good ordinary.... 7 13-16 7 1316
Low middling 8 J 1-36 8 11-16
Middling.. 9 3-' 6 9 3 16
Good middliug .. 9 716 9 710
Middling fair 10 1-16 0 1-1C
Eair 101Mti 1011-10
New Ynrk fu'uies owned tarely
steady and clrsed essyand 7 to 9 points
lower than yesterday. Hairs, 80,800
bales. The cLsiug quotations were
Yesferdav.
November. 9.01 9.02
December. 9.04 9.0a
January.... 9 15id
eDrnary... 9.25; 9.26
Satnrdav.
9 07(.i) 9 08
9.13t 9.14
9.23 9 24
9.33 9.34
9.44 9.45
9.54 9.55
9 64 ) 9 65
9.74 a) 9.75
9.82 9 83
9.90 9 91
March 9.36'i H7
April 9.46 9.48
May 9.56;S) 9 57
June fliiiuA Q117
July 9.75 9 76
August 9.83 9.84
The NewOrleana spot market opened
qniet, and closed steady; middling,
8 11-16C. Ra w. 7AIY!
tions were as f ulows:
YmIJ
Ordinary ft 11.1a aii.i.j
Good Ordinary 711-16 7 1l.ltt
Low Middlinur ..... a 7.1A o n i
Middling a li iu 01110
Good Middling 816-16 8 15-16
Tho New Orleans future market
ooened barely steady, and closed very
steady and 6 to 8 points lower. Pales,
31,200 bales. Quotations were as follows:
Yesterday.
November. Nominal
December .. 8 07 8.68
January .... 8.78W 8 79
renruary ... 8 90 8 91
M,rch .
April
May
June
July
August
9.0lr-ii n n'
9.13 .......
9 24 9.25
9.35 9.36
9.46 9 47
9 60 9.52
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR
Sa'urJay.
Nomina1.
8.85 8 86
8 97 K 98
9.0!i 9.10
9.20'a; 9.2 L
9 82
9.43
9.54 9.55
9.59 9.60
MARKETS.
AlleKtiuy Cent'l,
i. 11.,
Alton &
38.
Brunts.
Adami Kpre, 141. MorrisiE.. ord.141.
ianviiiii 4U , iay.
N.J. Central. f)li'8.
Nor.4 W.i.id.53.
nnrthopn way
Northern paopld,
c.AN.w ra j4i.
S'i-Central,ll;i,
A. T II. r.l a
AmerioanEx.,'l07.
B. V. K.iN,65.
Canada Pao.,69.
j?utii i-aciuo, (. JN, .Central. 11
V"'jiiiuiitu.,io. N.y.c.Am 1. is"
N.Y.O.JtSt L.'pld.28
vuio enirai, .
Ohio & Minn .,MVa.
O.A Miss.iifJ. HO
Oatario & West,, 21.
wregon P.av ,llj.
Olefi n Irani., 36.
Oregon trap., 41.
PaoiBo Aluil.M'i.
Kne, 37. Hoek islund. 127.
Krie nld, 79. fct L A s If to
aew.iM. PM,77. Bt.L.A8.P.1.ti fiS
v. m. is i. ('.. uji:
f!. II 9j1 -1.1 !)
Chicago A-., 143.
C.4 A.pld,160.
C..B. iti ,130V
C. K i. a n n
O..St.L.&p'.,'la.
C.St.LA f.pfd.ll.
O. 4 O., 73.
Hannibal A St. Jo,
11. St.Jo., pfd, .
iiariem,
Houston 4 T 39.
Illinoii Central, l;i3.
Ind.,B.4 V!.,i.
Kansas Jc T.,
Lake K. A W , lojji.
Lake Shore, 97.
Lou. A Nash., 62.
Lou. A N. A., 68.
M. 40. 1st pfd.-.
M. A C. seconds, ,
Mom. 4 Char.,
Mich. Con.,9e.
Min. t St. L , 22.
Min. A St. L. ptd,50.
Missouri Pacific, 116!i
Mobile A Ohio, IV.
JJ. L. S. AW, 62.
ML.S.A W.pfd.9.
IIavina. NovemSer
bt PaulA Omaha, 5"
Tonn.OoalA Iron.97i.
m raciun,
Union Pacific til',.
i. 8. Express, 60
)V., 8. L A P.. 20
" .x r . in., ia.
YT. U. Tel., 7Si.
Colorado Coal, :i
llonie Stake, 17.
Iron Silver. 210.
Ontario, 21J4.
Quicksilver, 6).
. Quicksilver pfd, 23.
South Pacific, .
Sutro, .
Peuules
Fncunix
Planters ....
Vanderbilt.
Arlington...
...80 bid. 83 nnkprl
...98bid,l00 asked
..107 bid, ... asked
bid. 2(1 BHko.l
35 bid, ... asked
Factors 30 bid
MISCELLANEOUS.
Shelby Co. warrante...97 bid, 98 aked
w . " Darcs...cu aia, ... asked
M.4T.E.E. shares...45 bid. 50 asked
M. & C. consols, 7s 119 bid, ... aked
m. a i,. k. ist m. 8S..105 bid, ... aeked
Miss. A T.R.R.CS.A...111 bid, 113 asked
Miss. AT. R.B.cs.B.,101 J bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J..83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6s 97 bid, 98J asked
Tax. Dist. 6s 104jbid,1061asaW
Mem. Gis bonds 104 bid, ... at ked
Mem. Water bonds 97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works bid 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trust... 66J bid, 67J asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills...25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.Co....lS0bid, ... asked
Mem. Gas stock 76 bid, 80 asked
Nbw York, November 22. Money
on call active at 5'.0 per cent., clo3ed
at 5(3,6 per cent. Prime mercantile
Eaper 45. Sterling Exchange quiet
nt steady at 481 for 60 day bills, and
484 for demand.
Bonds (intriJrnmanf linna wa.n
dull and etrorjg. State bends dull and
eteaay. :
S:ocks Stocks were active and
generally firm, but the dividend pay
ing stocks were dull and sluggish,
wuue me specialties snowed the same
unusual strength prevalent of lata.
.Richmond and West Point, after a
P"'ou or activity in the morning,
which was attended witk considerable
excitement, became quiet until the
uv,u., wucii ii maae a snarp ad
vance. Reading waB the great feature
of the day, upon enormous trading.
Jl rumor was circulated that the Penn-
eyivania rauroaa interests were the
principal purchaser of the stock.
Erie was very active and moderately
strong, upon considerable baying by
foreign houses. The largest business
of the day, outside of Reading, was
done in Texas Pacific trust certificates,
which was dne.it is stated, to large buy
ing orders by aforeign svndicats.
Among the specialtiea toe East Ten
nessee and Memphis aod Charleston
were conspicuously strong and active
upon rumors of a proposed combina
tion between several Southern roads,
and by stories . of buyirg by influen
tial parties. Other low priced stocks
noiiceable for activity and strength
weJe Ohio and Mississippi, Ontario
and Western and Chicago, St. Louis
aud Pittsburg. The opening was ir
regular but generally firm. Changes
from Snnlm.'. :., . i
from 1J. Tbe peneral'y active
stocks were rather weak and feverish
but the strength in the specialties ral
lied the hat and non ligur a were not,
materially different from the opening.
There wji little change throughout
the afternoon and cloaiog flares sliow
irregular ccanges of email fractions
WW X 1 -' - T
r,i ' niV-rAT uu,iOU oc.t-s, tiu dav?
BOld. 9193 Urflrr.inm. tl, f :
MMn Londan 20120Jj on Pa;i8;
1-ONnoN, November !2. Contois
in1) Lin r. w i . """"8,
.v .... iuuuuy hiju lu.'j tr.r ice k&
cjuiu uimeii btates londa, 4s, 131 :
Atant-c and Gn.t Western 6
64i ; do seconds, 151 The arrcunt of
ouiuon gcn iiuj tne Hank i f England
on ba aiiee toilav ii r ia nni
-J .M WVJ wj,
PRI8?rinber 22. Three per ceLt.
""'w, oui iuu ior iue account.
BANK m.WAIMWna
Chicago, III , Novem ber 22.- Bank
tiii-uriugs toady were 9,479;O0O.
Naw Obleaks, La., Novewiber 22.
Oieariugs of the banks, f 2 335,277.
Si. Locis, Mo., November 22. Bank
"'"""f l""ay were L',940,750; bal
ances, $412,490.
Baltimobk, Md., November 22.
Bank clearings, today, $2,335,195; bal
ances, $267,' 50. '
New York, November 22. Bank
clearings today were $159,692 462: bal
ances, $3,845,938. '
Boston, Mass., November 22. Bank
clearings today were $19,865,560; bal
ances, $2,236,736. . , u
Philadblphia, Pa., November 22
BaLk clearinffs today, $10 321 618
balancts, $1,272,034, iU.1-0i8.
COTTON JMAEKETS.
The local cotton murket opened fiim,
and closed firm ; middling, 85c. Sales
2400 bales, innliidinn linn .'
im i. :rv. . .r;,r" .
iouu iu cApunrij Buu ouu io pplnntra
iAUiiAJNUlt UUOTATI0K8.
VoBlavfla.
Ordinary Norn.
Good Ordinnn.
Low Middling 82
.T11UULI1IK 05
Good Mill.llinr, ill
Middline Fair...'.!! 91
Fair Nom.
COTTON BTATEMEWT
Mihphis, November 22, 1886
Stock 8ept. 1, 1886... 4,009
Received toil a v 14 ioo
Received previously. 293,022
Galvestn
N.Orle'ns
Mobile...
Savann'h
Ch'rl'afn
Wilm't'r
Norfolk ..
B'Him're
NwYork.
Boston ...
Philad'e..
St. Loui
A ugunta.
12.020 Si
21,298 811-16
2,21618 916
764 8
4,259,81116
2.4068
9,700 81516
432 9 M6
1979
127,9
81 0
2,472 8.
1.283 8
3-K
5-161
95 885
267,fi(il
26.125
136,950
81.627
30,758
00,481
13,193
157,209
" 14733
47,758
Receipts at pons, tins day, 1886..63,.3
Receipts at ports, this day, 188554,724
COWSOHBATBn 8TATBMBWT.
(f 62c. Hay nclive ar d firmer : rrain.
AC -.1 r.t . .; .1. ... . .
uuio'u.v, ii ZK"jl3 25
flaxseed nominal'v iirtn at in,.
Mr.-ing at 675Sc. V ir.n el 'firm at
11 vo K'ee'pts-J! our, 21'On brls
htat, 22.000 bo; 0 ni, 40 000 bu;
oa-s. 19,000 bu; rye, lUi'Ol.u; la -lev,
32,000 hii. Shii men s FKmr 800
brie; whe, 7iKXI bu; corn, 700.1 bo ;
otf, 3lV0 bn : ne,n n,.; ! ' lcy.ro . e.
Afternoon RrutrH '). at ..... l. . i
it lowtr. Corn ca-y m.d a el ade
iOer. U.tH Htexly a. it u uti.kni.-ed.
CnicAoo, 111., November 22. The
. I'-uii-K in vtufni 11111 y vae et tnj,
niiuruu u iiy ne v : r gi:'g t"nr
01 Guroj.eau acvice, vindi n 10'cd a
Kaon cematia r.nd ret er Lrns f.ir
caitain kinds ot wbe t. Them wa?
free rea'iring at tt' sdra .cp, which
prevented any fu tbe- improvnu-nt.
I'he receipts in ihe Nnt iweet weie
large, and the visible arpp'y showing
an increase of 1,2'O.OOd j.iahela caused
a weakf r feeling, prices rweding Jo
and closing Jfjijo lowr than Satur-
riav. Th iirtaii lativa lva.l,A :
showed some improvenent, and the
fte ing was firm. Tfce receipts w re
Botaslreas usual, a:d the visible
supply showed a decrea-e of 825 000
bushels. Prices adyan.'ej JC, knd
closed nt about tba boat prices of the
day. Oils ruled a sbate I'merwith
a fnir Bhippirit inoairy. nrlr-m rlmin
i Jo higher. Flour ws tteady and.
u.M.i.oujinii. jnru ifuuuuons were as
f-;lloB: No.2sp inwl ta, T4( 74jc;
o. 3 spring wiieat, 67.'nt)!)t:; No. 2
red, 75c No. 2 corn, JkJc. s-,' 2
ois,Mta. no. -i rye, 0:;.. n0i 2
54c Nn. 1 Haxse.),
fi2192Jc- Prime t ru :hy, H 70.
Tii9 leading futu ea jari; 1 as f dlowj:
Whent Novnihr ni, ,.i n , r.ii..
highest 76c, 1 we 1 74J, t on'og 74V;
j.i-oiuiiri ijjji-iii.il HV (U( ' 1 gQ, gt 70 jC,
'"'. y ci(Bi;g ( j-; jriuarv
nnenert at V5,n, h gliest je 0wf8t
oie,ciodini( , je; way .trn-datc2"c
hikbeit 82Jc, lowtst l.S.jc, tlosiua
mjc. ujin Wovembo opened at
00B-, ii'gnest jdjc, lowtat i'Ojo, closing
111 u lli.i.nul. ........ 1 ..... . . .
tsidt)4 lowest 36Jc, cosina 3rtJe-
T ....... . 1 ni ... .. . '
Inweht 36i.!. c'o,ing 37jo; Iy oiieneii
at 41 Jo, iiigt'est 4Aj, West 41o.
.iuoiij( nv iijc. ' iact'-'November
opened at 26Jc, highest : jr, lowest
26ic, rlo?ing 26jc; Ue eni er opened
-"J1 1 i"Ku-bi ojo, 1 went "lc,
closing 2(Uc; January op red at 2tijr,
h'gheat 2Ujc, lowHt 26Jn, 1 ;0(.irg 265o
May openel at 3fi5, bight 30j. low
est 3rc, cl(s'ng3njc. Rece n's Flour,
14,000 brls; wheat, 83.00.) bu; corn,
124,0110 bu; rati, 60,000 bt ; rye, 1000
bu; barley 40,000 bn. K ipments
Flour, 42,000 brs; wheat, IS.tKiO bu;
wkiu, ioi,vuv ou; om, ( i.uuu bu;
rye, 2003 bu ; burlny, 53,060 :m.
Ralph's, $10 25 per rate- R. R to or
10; Gail A Ax's, $8 75. " 1
Havana, Novi mhm nt
quiet; no transactions.
Santos,? oven.ber 20.-O (Tee-goo J
average, 5300 reia per 10 kilrs. BRe
ceipts during the weok, ki.oou brg4,
tmrchases for the Urd'td St,ite 18 000
32 000 ba);8 ; s'ock, 150,0(10 la,:8.
Kiodk Jankiko, November 0 Co'-fee-rrgnlar
fiisr. 5530 re'e peril)
kilos; good sionl, 4S50 reis. Rr-
CB.nt durini? the U. tilr Vfi nui 1
purchases for the Uuit.d Stite, 74,000
7o,0)0 bats; stick, 431.0(0 bags.
Nv Okliakb, La., November 22
Suwar active but not mutably hinher
oneu kettle, nrimo. jU. -:.
fully fair, 3J4c; c.miifujal, choice
white, 5 316; ttl white, 6 l-:6of,51o;
Choice Vellnw clariliu,! A ir. u;jL
?In,e1llowIc,a,,UBl, teconds,
3J4 1-16. Molasses in fair demand
and market firm. f!ntr,.aR;
14c. Rica steady with a fair demand.
JHew York, November 22 Coffee
fair Rio drone nt. I.'tn- i:.i
n v. vi.x-o intiiy
active and strorgr; sale-, 87,250 bags;
November, 11.4,-fji11.60r; December
ll.SOfilMl.ri.'iri! .Intilinrir It CUII cc.
Fetmia'y, 115511 60'; Murmi, ll'.55
Vjii.niK!-, April, n.oo(.iui,6&c: Mv.
11 WKnULfSc. tugar steady and quiet,
5 3J6ii; fair to good refining quoted
H"H., M-uueu quiet; piwdered, fij
(.""gu. iUNiaacoa ouu ana uoiuira
Rice sti ady.
STEIMKK 1.KAVINU
THIS DAT.
Hm-t Minimis, 10 .m.
Hum MACkKiDT, 5 a.m.
Uayoo, 5 p. 111.
Chiriasaw, 6 p.m.
WtD.NESDAY.
Frian Point Iaiiks Lts,5 p.m.
Oiceola K. W.:Cui., S p.m.
Now Orlenm c'r Batoii Biinit. 5 p.m.
Vickauurg
Helena
Conoordi. ...
White River..
R'ts V. R
p'rts 3 davs
Jix. ur. Hi
Stick
R'ts Sent. 1
Dor gn Ex
1886.
101,191
27.523
8S9.733
12,219.208
1,177,783
1885.
92,004
34,132
796 928!
l25l793
1884,
104,682
14,806
818.483
2,321,fi02
1,271,047
Decrease in receipts this year 3,122
At nnnn ! LIvomAnl enni-
- ..v-ifum rfun noro
firm, fair demand, tales, 12,000 bales,
of which Amorican 9800 bales. Re
cipts, 23,000 bales, of which American
13,800
Closing quotations were as follows :
Ordinary, 4Jd; good ordinary, 43d;
low middling. 5d: onnA mi.Mtinn r. K
10d: middlinr nnlnmta K.ir.,1. ...i.i.
dling Orleans, 5sd. '
TThe
f ' y"-- . riuitw uWfB,
At nnnn T.ivArnrtAl i1..)...
quiet.JNovomber, 5 085 07d ; Novom-ber-Di'cnmhpr.
fi nuttfi iik.i . n...i....
January, 5 015 03d; Janusry-Febrn-jry,
6 03d ; F.'bruary-Mun h, 5 Old ;
MHTch-Anril. fi nn I Ar.:iM..- k u,.i !
May-Juue, 5 lOd; June-July, 5 13d.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
quiet; November, 5 07d, buytrs:
ovember-Decembe, 5(5i), eeikrs;
ecemDor-jannary, 0 03J, fellers;
. j - - .- , V", toiltl o , X HII"
ruary-MHrnh, 5 04d, stllera; March
Aniil. 5 C6d. eellers' A nrH.Aro,, K iiu.i
seilore; May-June, 5 lOd, buytrs;
June-July, 6 13d, sellers.
At 5pm.: Liverpool futures were
barf ly steady ; November, 6 C6d, sell
ers; November December. 5 04 J. sell
ers; Deceiuber-Jannarv, 6 02 J, sellers;
January-February, 5 02 I, sellers; Feb
ruary March, 5 03d, sellers; March-
Auiil. 5 (15(1. rnllnm; A tt - arr K (Y7A
FellfilS: Mf)V..TnnA R OO 1 Kvni
June-J uly, 5 12d, Eeller3.
GEKERAL TEADE.
Friday,
nom.
8
81
81
8
9J
Nom.
311,453
Shipped today.... Q.ojy
Shipped previously-..159,426
Home consumption to
date 321
16),636
145,718
tock running account
' IvnttnHa
Thus far this week ' . 21 308
ai 1. un mr ihii. wmh m lid din
Stujo September 1st 307 444
M. and C. R. R
M. A T. R. R
L. and N. R. R '.'"
M. A L. R. R. R
0.. O.A8. W.R. R
L.N.O.AT.R.R ".v.
is.. U., o. M, K, K
M.. 6.4B.KH
Steamers "
Wagons and other sources..
Total..,. M .. ..
JFmnmtm
Thus far thin veoir
Thus far laet week!.!!..'!
Since September 1st....
M. A O. K. R
M., A T. R. R
L. A N. R. R
C, O. A 8. W. R. R
L.( N. O.AT.R.R.
... 1,925
,.. 1,686
... 787
,. 1,929
1,089
... 941
... 671
532
.. 4,162
700
,. 14 422
,. 10,618
,. 13.630
,.165,315
.. 1,492
Oi
.. 1,361
.. 405
Total.
5,889
New York spots opined quiet, and
BHEADN1CFFS.
CflRNMEAT. Ktamlai-H 9 nv OR.
. - . ,. 1J M.
pearl, $3 253 35; roller, $2 45.
TIa V HhnipA from otim T,.
' " lUlil -JOT
load from levee or depot, $14 ; prini6,
from store, 70c. car load from levee
or depot, $12 5013; prairie, from
store, 45c; car load from levee or
depot, $8 50.
Cobn From et.nro whlta K1 rv.Uo.l
49c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk. 44c: In nnr-lra A7r- ;
bulk, 42c; in sacks, 44 Jc.
Oats From Btore,white,39c; mixed,
dc: irom levee or npnnt. niiiio in
bulk, 32ic: in sacks, 35c; mixed, in
1 bulk, 31o; in sacks, 33o.
Bran From store, 70c ; from levee
or depot, $13 50.
Flocb From store, No. 3, $33 25;
family, $3 603 75; choice, $3 754;
fancy, $44 25; extra fancy, $4 25
4 50; patents, $65 60.
175; common, $2 25; German millet,
$1 201 40. '
Rick Louisiana, 44c; Carolina,
Oj6Jrj.
Oatmkal In half-bf.rrels, $33 25
from store.
Obackbbs Soda, extra, 4jc; eoda,
treble extra, 5c ; extra,7c ; ginger snaps,
extra, 66c: assorted jumbles, 9llc.
Cbackbd Whbat In half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
$3(3 no, '
Kansas Citt. Mn ' V
F " - , .v,i.iuudi .....
Wheat fltARrtvt Nn Q Ar1 ao.
, J , v. Md uuu, uu
bid ; December, 62 jo bid ; May, 71 Jc.
Corn stronger; No. 2, casb, 30jc bid;
Der.emhfir. Sin hlrl Mai. ?5i. -..
nominal, 24Jc bid for cash.
St. Louis, Mo., November 22.
Flour quiet and steady ; XXX, $2 35
2 45; famlly,$2 252 70; cboice,$3 05
(S3 15; fancy, $3 403 50; extra fn
cy, $3 653 80; patents, $3 9504 35.
Wneat active, Irregular and unsettled.
The market opened firm and Jc higher,
but fell eff rapidly on the announce
ment of an increase in the visible sup
ply - of 1,228,000 tuBhels, and s;ld Jc
lower; later price, recovered some of
the loes and closed firm. Jc lower
than Saturday; No. 2 red, cash, 70J(S
763c; December, 76i77Jc, elosinir at
77o. nonirittl: January. 7siri7i!i
closing at 7Sf 3 bid; May, 84-a851c
clcsing at 85i: atktd. Cora dull but
firm anl jr.ijc-bigber; No. 2 mixed
cash, 34Cf34f!; November, 341c; De'
remhpr. R4$t. hid ? Jannq.. ucoci.
u'u.iing at 0041;. vam una Dntstesdv
No. 2. mix d, c?sh. 2(ilc bid
ber, 26jc bid; May, 30 jc bid, Rye
steady at 51c. Barley very dull at 50
PROV1SIOXM.
Bdttkb Butteri.-f, ISHM,..
creamery, 30(335.1 d.m-j, lii .c'
country butter, 1525c
Hog Pkodccts .Vo a i.ort. 10;
BUUrtrcu'edlmms, lOjilOJe; hra -i i?t
bacon, 8J9Jc; clear rib s i t a-r-in,
7jc; bacca eh.ulji 7f.71cj buli
pork clear sides, (J ; cleai rib siitea,
6Jc; 20 days mea', 6c; a:.ou ':.rs, 6jc;
long clear, 6c.
Larb Tiercw, CJgliJc; h lf-ba'Tels
and kegs, Oifeejc; chon e Ji.;ti,!o,
1 Jc.
Fbesh MiATB-Bsef, f.r quartais,
4(n"t5cj mrttan, 4dc; ihind quarteia
of beef, 4(J66u; lios. 6tA7c.
Podltrv Chickeui dull; spring.
S1(A2 60; old hene, $3 50 Tuikeys
$3'3U2. Gfps. :t4 Tin.. .
- - "-v.r, Hv,
uresieu enn Kriis, $1 su per di'itn
urraauu iiiraeye, iutiso per pound
uamk quails, perd' .,fl50. fatyr-
rels, $1. Ducks, wild, $! 25?i)2. Vtui
eon. whole. 5f26Jfi! ,.u,l n.w. o3i1r,.
Chkbhk Primo flats, 8J9c; ew
1 ..in iHctiry, jta.ac; lull crram li'jc;
a.'u.ik n-iuvuvn. lav.
rioa tr kkt. liarrels, $8 25 ; lwlf bsr
barrels, $4 25; kfir. $125.
St. Louis, Mo., November 22. Pro-vr-iors
very dull hut gi.ci) y easier,
rk firm ut !9 74111. Larl eisv at
5 85(i;S . rutin n,PHt esEier;
lroee iots-b ng clear, S5 4; eliort
rib8,$5tiJ; Bhorc clear, J5 75: boxed
lots kng tltiar, $5 5D; sh.rt ribs.
15 60; short, e'ear, yr, 75. Baton
ee;er; long clear, $6 75; thrt rib,
jo mj; such cior, ft 1,. liimstirm
at 9j()lli. Butter quit t bu stfiulv;
rre.iinery, znoXtc; dmiy, 18(a25f.
easier at 18j19i,
Chicago, III, November V3. Pro
visions wera lightly dealt ii, prices
ruling a sfcade eW, and cosing
steady. Cb1i quota' ions we." an fol
lows: Mess po:k, $9 60; la-1, $5 90,;
ehort rib sides, loose, $5 2fi$5 60;
dry raited Bhoulden, box!, $5 10
5 20 ; rhort clear sides, boxed,
$5 60(a)5 65. The leading futurrs
ranged as follows: Poik-November
opened at $9 45, highe t $9 4;j,
lowest $9 45, closing at 19 47J;
iwemDer opened at $9 45, highest
i9 47, lowoBt $9 45, clneing a $9 471;
Janunry opened at $10 07$ highest
$10 10, lowest $10 07, clciing st
$10 07; Frbrnary opened a $1015,
highest $10 20, lowest $10 15. cloalnn
at $10 16. Lard November oponod
at $5 90, hhhest $-5 90, 'owe t $i 00,
closing at $5 90 Decen Uer opened
at $5 to, highest $5 90 lows t $ 90.
cioinn at $5 90; Jannary opened
o wo, niguest so 95, icwe t $5 95,
cloning at $ 95; Fdbrnar 0 ened at
$0 02, highest $ 02, lowe t$8 02,
closing at $6 02. Short t'lm- January
openea at 10 ia, Mghpsi 10 5, low
eat $5 16, closing at $5 15; ) sbruary
ooened at $5 20, highest $5 J , lowett
$5 15, closing at $5 15. Ja he l'ro-
duce txchunge butler ws c liet and
steady; good to extra criam-y, 20
27c; ordinary to good rr im ry,17
19j: ordinary to fine 'hiry, fl(25c;
packing stock, 912c. K,.gs, rush, 21
22c.
IIOIINKIIOLD M Pl'LHN
Applm App'cR, $2 25(?3 25; drlod
ni-pma, jv'toju per iioumt irotn store.
AntHi p.'Hinei, zj(.e;io irom store
KUKTAW.K3 unions, ;i from
s ore. UibUHge,$250:porliead,810o;
Krixiit, hrlfl,$4 755; hnlf brls, $2 75.
vTruu, o per iuu. xurnips, 50c
per bu-diel.
Fkuit Oranges, per box, S3 504;
imc unrrui, ( oil. l.elllellH, per
ueix. xxninnas, i ou per bunch
UTSr-Cncoannta 5 60(jr,6 pr 100.
Peanuts Virginia, 670; Tennessoe,
iHnu-eiseioca.iyj4c; roaated,2n high
er; shelled, 10,!. Almonds, 1820:
WaluutB-Kng!it.h, 18c. Filberte, 11
12o. Pecans Texan, 810a for small
to medium, 1014o for large; Arkan
taa, 85c.
RAlaiKR T.nnrlnn latra.n o . 1
. . ..... -u ... . i.i tj, j . j , my.
ers $2 75; California, $22 10; Impe-
1 ini, t
PlCKLRS Tn iflrn. ninlo ORn. nn..i.
$1 60; half-gallons, $2 75; gallo'nB,$3 75;
iuotm, imrreis, o Wflil i Hall-barrels,
$3 75(n,4 25; mixed, barrels, $10 60;
mixed, half-barrels, $6.
i.' . 11..1 , , ... .
nun inacaeroi, naii-tiarrols, JNo. I,
$5 256115 75 : No. 2 4 7fi(Slfi -Kn Q CA Oft
475; 10-lb kit, No. 1,90c; No. 2, 75c-
io-in, iso. a, 0,1c. iry Herrings, fam
i'y. 25c per box.
(Iamk Game fish, 56j,
Kotis Firm. 21 1
PoTATOKs-Noftlern ulnrk. stl Oiva
2 15. ,
ClDKH New York. 16 r(V37 nn hnr.
rol, nnd $3 7oG4 nor half-harrnf.
Vi n ku a b 1()?i15c pc r g 1 Ion.
WOOL,
Btlrrv crcniR wnnl. i nmuulm.l n
- , .. - ....i.vju, .ui,
18c; cle.ir crvase wo il, 23(.iV.'6o; bnr; y
w..a!ied, 23(jj3i),;;tub washul, 3337c.
sr. l.ou, ftlo., Aov 'mbcr 22 Wool
quut: medium chuhing, 2112(c;
c 'mbinn aoCSJo; low and coarse, 14
tillp- fine llcht. mnMin' l.oo,,.. 111
( - r - " - " jy jvv A. J
20f; black. 17(.i23c.
IIIOIN AND TAI.I.IIW.
Hides-Dry flint, No. 1, 16c; No. 2,
12,;; dry salted, 10j(3l2o; green
failed, No. 1, 8c; No. 2, 71c bheep
skins, 15o$l., Beeswax, 20c. Tallow,
4c. '
HOfKJIFSIS AT Til K 1.EVFH.
u iu"n . fl "e' Kri ri P''int;
K. W. C.)le, Osceola; Will S. Have
Arkansas City; Arkaisas Citv, Ku
Louis; 'hesapeak,Tiptnnille,Ohiek
asaw, Wtiite river; T. F. F.kert, El
mot; R?ne Macready, 8t. Francis
river.
Drtinrturft ICulu A i .1
City; James Lee, Friara Point; K. W.
Cole, Oceola; Arkansas City, Vicks-
Boati tnPort-Will 8. Hays, Reus
.um reauT, uincKasaw, i. Kukert
Boat Due fn.-City of Caiio, Hiid
son, Gayoso, R L. Cjbb.
Jioatt Due J?uiu Belle Memphis
nrrripm YewUinlnr.
unerane BKn -irn haioo n.i An
1)888 seea cotton. 1842 sks cotton seed.
i turn nun ,i.) pugs sundries.
K W. Cole-338 bales co'.ton, 172
uiik eot-u cnnira, ti sks cotton teed
mm oo pass sundries.
James L.re 616 tales cotton, 138
caiM eet u cottau, 1214 sks coltou seed
huh pxgB Bun.lne.
Uiickaeaw 1321 ba.es cotlon aud
Li pays eunarns.
Rmio Mcrertdy21t ba'es cotton,
SO bigi Bed cottm, 537 sks cotton
ewi'n anu 7 pugs enndrtm.
wiiiM. llays-MWlalosol c.tton,
j.j uonuttiu coi'ou ana 4.'ii sks cot
t n seed.
Arkanfas City 100 tona miflrullune
ous freight
Tub City nf Cairo passes up this
T1I8 U I. llnlH a 1 a
it'dvug tor ArxanBua river.
Iiib Dmtot Cpt. John 8. Jones,
icnvoa uurnuuy lot Wncmuatl.
m . i .
1 H R I iiv n I Itilf iin . .
iicio luun iurv on nor wtiy to lNew Or-
cnun,
Tun E. W. Cole leaves tomorrow
evening for Gold Duat. Osceola and
way-pints.
Tub James T.cn in U.n T.. t
Line packet tomoirow for Holeua and
Fnais Point.
Tub Bella MnmnLio n,.a n
Bak-r. in 11. An. ),.,. n
10 o clcck a.m. today for Vickiburg.
Tub Gavoso. Cunt, a t. n,.,...t.
leaveB thiB evening nt 5 o'clock far
Concrd aa:id all ay laudiru. Low
Pr.ce ia her c hief clerk.
Tub R n Mhi-romly, C.ipt. O. K.
Joplin, is the picket leaving this
ev.mni; f. r Helena and intermediate
points. Lee Cuuimina and Geoiire
T,htia,n a-A 1... n
Tim Chickasaw, Capt. Ed r,..tal,
leaves this evening f,.r Hulens, Tcr.
rene, Indma ny, Au. inta and all way
lattilints o.i White river. Messrs. O.
M. Postsl and John Ohihlrn on ara Iilv
clerks.
rf-mmn ham Hni-in ta... -r . ,
wud uuuiu ,a in vi arge 01 ner.
WEATUKH AND HI V KIM.
Ofmcb Signal Sbbvicb, U. 8. A 1
Mbmphi"), Novemher 22, 1 p.m.
ihe foliowiuitobcervatns sre taken
at a I S fltior.q l.nm. ,1 ,.i 7o ......1.1:
t me, which is one hour fa-ter than
.unmp'.iB tiinn:
stations.
Cairo ,
Cincinnati ..
Chattanooga ....
I'.ivenuort
i)ubtl(iue
Fort bmiih
Helena
Keokuk
La Crosse
Leavenworth...
Little Rock
Louisville.
Memphis
Nashville -
New Orleans...,
Omaha
Pittsburg
St. Louis
St. Paul
Shreveport
V lCHBIHirtt
Ao've Luw
Water.
Tout
6
5
6
2
3
1
4
2
2
4
2
7
4
13
2
5
7
5
2
8
lOtbs
6
7
"5
6
o
4
4
9
8
7
7
8
Change.
R;se I Fall
lOthf lOtbj
4
3
4
45
15
3
1
21
Nsw Okleanh, La., November 22.
Arrived: Helena, Memphis.
EVANSVIIIK Tun no
N , , ..urciiiuw ij.
oon River using, with 9 feet on the.
gauge. Weather raininir.
riTTsnmu P ',uinn,i o.. xt
Iwiver 8 feet on the gauge and fall-
it earner c:oar ana pleasant.
OaIHO. IlI... Nnmml.if oov
. , - ...... . w , A. V I J U-
River 6 feet 3iuclies ou the gauge and
llllllff. H'Blltl.i r i.nnl ni;.. M
arrivals or di purturos of regulur pack-
cuii
NoonRivtir 13 feet on the gauge and
m..ii.K. vTBuuiBr cnuuy and t.Iensant.
Departed: R. A. Kmu.l n,,.i t.
Bio n and tows, 9 a.m.
Louibvillb, Kv., Novombor 22.
Noot Rivnr nltniir rl.flnn,..,, t
feet in 1 inches the canrd and's fet 2
inchos on thn lull. Wo,n,ar
i, , . wh.uwi una-
aling rain. Buslnesi dull.
Cincinnati. (1 N:innii,..m xt
Kiver 17 feet 2 inches on the gnnee
and rif. nif. VVunHn.r .ii. .u.r.
1.1. U. Mltll
momnter 62. The Pittsburg coal fleet
..,,u.i jMbHing roiut I'losgftnt this
morning.
STEAMBOATS.
1
Morai.hiH nnd Whltfl Klvor I'a.ik.t Co.-Kor
," ':" Avii.n III u, U.'e, Aiwua.
-u M L .V. tt ' ii."iiij,.'. 'uvuniir
HMXH ANIt VVHH.
Decrtkin', 13e; bear, $lft7; mink,
loglOii: coon, hunter handled, 15
OOit: c.'inntrv handle.!. 1fft Ril; nt1i..r
$lf,6; beaver, 50jC-?$7 wild cat, 15
25cj fox, 15(.i75(!; nmsli rat. 10c;
op sHtim, 10c; wolf, 50c(rt $2; bkunk,
16(j)7r)c; puntlicra, 60c( $1.
JPETHOI.KIIfll MAKIiET.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lotf, 9110o per gallon.
ClevkLANO. O.. Novemlier 9? Tn
troleum s. w , 110. 71c.
PlTTHnilltfl. Pa . NnvmriViav 90 Txi-
troleum active, firmer anil tiiulmr- Nn.
tional Transit certiflcatfa ouoned at
74Jc,nd closed at 77jj; higheut, 77Jcj
lowest, 74c.
at St,
.,. til.h.
Sdgab Pure wtiite, i( Si; off
white, 685Jq; yellow c nt id, 5J(3)
5Jc; open kettle, none; re ned A,
6(A6c; granulated, 6J(9(ic
Cofpbb Common, 11mL'i; ordi
nary, 1213c; prime Bio, H14c;
choice to fancy, 14l5c; old govern
ment, 2425c.
Soap 35c per pound.
(ANDIKB Slirka all .i.o In hnYia
paila and barrels, 79c.
8alt-$1 20 per barrel; Baka, fine,
tl 351 45; coarse, $1 101 15; pock
eta, bleached, 2j7c; car-loads from
'evee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Cannes Goorm.
dozen: Pineapples, fl 2it3l 60;
peacbes, 2-i b, standard, $1 151 25 ; seo-
uuut-, n'.n iuj turns toes, z-id siana
ard,90"$l; 8-lb,flU5; (trawber
ries, $1 101 25; raspberrlee, $1 10
125; blackberries, $11 10; green
gaueB, $1 b0t)l 75; pears, $2
2 25; plums, $1 601 70; acparagus,
$2 604 ; green corn, ll 35 ; green
peas, $155165; cove oyslers. full
weight, Mb, 8695c; cove oysters,
(nil suioVit 5.1 1 . erwiil UO.
oyhters, light weight, 1-lb, 60c; cove
ujci-io, nK',i wo.gQi, s-iu, ij con
densed milk Crown, f5 605 75;
Mne, ji ouer to; Daisy, l to,
Molasks Lonisana, common to
fair, 18fe2:ic; prime to choice, new, 45
(ivUVc; svrup, 2040c; common to
fair, 2025c; prime to choice, 2830o;
centrifugal, fancy, 30:;f'.
Tobacco Common. 11-inch, 27
28c; other gTadea and eivlea, 3j85c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 S5 per "case;
WHINKT, WIN EN, LKIUOBH, ETC.
Wmsirv Ktrniulit lTanlmilrw Ttn... .
.. - ..... .. -KiuvuuBJ JkJVIkAl-
bon, $1505; redistilled goods from
85c to $1 60, according to proof ; rye.
$1756.
Chicago. III.. NovsmhAr 22 Whin.
ky, $1 18.
St. Lnnia. Mr)..N3vmhr 99 Wl.la.
ky steady, $1 13.
ftllf PfHWATT Ci KnvAmlt.. O I
Whisky Bteady; Bales of 977 barrels' of
iiuiautu kuuiis on a name ni ji. ij.
PRIUN, PA I NTH ANII OILS.
DRitiia Onininn PAW n. mn .
, . , v"., i mi ,
can, 65c; New York quinine, cz., 65c:
can, 60c; B. & 8. quinine, tz., 65c;
canB,60c; morphine, P. &W.,lcz.,$2 35
oz. ; 1 oz. vial, $2 10; New York mor
nhins. I oz. $2 16 nnr c r. . 1 n vialn
$1 25 ; cinchonidia, 1 oz. vials, 18c oz , 6
o.. canA,13c oz. ; gum oplnra,ptr pound,
3 20; iodide potash, ii 60 per pound,
inclusive; subnitrate bismuth, $2 20
per pound, inclusive; chloroform, 45c
ycr p uuii , uiuu umrn, perpounu ;
calomel, 75o per ponnd ; mercury, 70c
per pouud; chloral hydrate, $1 60 per
pound; camphor, 27c per pound; al
cohol, barrels, per gallon, $2 22; cas
tor oil, btrrels, per gal'on, $1 42.
Paints and Oil White lead, Col
lier's, 7c per pound; 600 pound lots,
io per paunn, jc on, io days; Houtti
in. i .1 nt . '
em white lead, 7 per pound; 500
pound lots, 7c, 2c off, 15 davs; boiled
uneeeu on, jo per gallon, by bBrrel ;
raw, tuu; lurptu ine, ijojo per gallon
by barrel.
COTTON NKK1 PHODVOTfl.
In nnr load Into PrlmanvnlA nttnn
seed oii.new, 5J728c off orude cotton
Beed oil. Old. : nrimn
cotton seed oil, 3334c; off summer
ymiuw uuiuiu eeeu on,; min
ers' Summer vellnw rnttnn aA nil
3233o; prime summer white cotton
seed oil, 3536c; choice cooking yel-
iuw cuiuia seea on, aoo; prime cotton
seed meal, $14 60; off cotton seed
mem, uuuo, voiLon seed delivered at
deDf.t or levee, to nnr Inn . f.nm wannn
at mills, $9 per ton.
NaiLS-Iron, $2 252 30 ; steel, $2 40
2 45.
AOKKUllIJKAt. HKEDH.
SKKDS-Clover, $55 25 per bushel ;
orchard grasf, $1 601 60; herd 'a
grass, 50 600 ; rye, 6570c per bu.
BAOaiNO (HO TIES, ETC.
BAGorNG Jute, 2 lbs, 81c: 11 lbs,
7e;ljlhs,7c. Flax, 8 lbs, 9o.
Ties $1 05(1 10.
LIVE SIWL'K.
Gracs Cattlk Choice, 3c; good, 2
(52J,!; fair to medium, 2'5)2jc; bchI
lawgs, lj2c.
Hoos-C'ioice, 4(u4Jc; good, 4c;
common, 3:
Siiekp Choice, 4c ; medium, 33c ;
common, , Choicj lambs, per
pound, 4c.
OENERAL SEWS,
Cloudy.
Vbhy warm,
Liuht rains.
Business good,
Rivkb Btill rleirg.
Whits iiivkh 1b rising.
. Packets in and out on time
Plenty of cotton on tho levoe.
The Mississippi Is stationary
Lou:n.
Tub Aikatisaa rivtr is rising at Lit-
10 ItJI K.
Foua boats announced lo lcavo this
evening.
Tub Ohio river rose 1 foot and 4
ten! lis yes'i rduy at Cairo.
Mr. C. A. Burr, well known in this
city, is bill clerk ou the Jamus Lee.
Deputy Wiiahkmahtkb Jamks Cakr
is improving and will be out in a day
or so.
The Hello Memphis will be down
this mornirg on her way to Vicks-
bu'g.
Tun Pit nt Uatnn Tf,. lll 1,
- ... ..juu nil, 1 1 v
doitn tomorrow evening, on bor way
toIew Orleans.
The Jamee Iee for the lower, and
E. W. Cole for the nnnnr roanln. Inft.
with good trips.
Tub Chesapeake, from Tiptonvllle,
brought 2236 packages, and went back
last night with a fair trip.
The Cumberland river is rising
rapidly at Nashville, while the Ten
nessee river is falling at Chattanoosa.
During the 24 hours ending at noon
vesterday, tbe river rose 4 tenths of a
foot, the giuge reaching 4 feet and 8
tenths.
Tna repairs to the Coahoma are
progressing rapidly, and she will be
ready to resume her trips to Ojceola
in about ten days.
Catt. Cahes Ricb, mate of the
steamer Chickasaw, is under the
weather this 'trip. The chills are
worrying the old veteran,
Amos Day, second clerk of the Will
S. Hays, is discharging that steamer's
cargo below Union street. On Thurs
day he will un on tha Kara Ailimi gi
second clerk.
Tna Kite Adama kli.l. Iii kmn
lidd nn for neveral wpnka ramimail l,ar
trips to Atkaneas City yesterday even-
iiJ. uuo linu KWU BIJUWIUK Dl DOLR
ireigiu anu pnopia.
Tub Desetrt, Capt John 8. Jonee,
left Cincinnati Saturday evening for
this poit and will arrive here in time
to leave Friday evenirg for Cincin
nati, C. B. Russell is her agent.
A dihi'Atch received yesterday after
noon from Arkansie City by Capt Ad
Storm atates that the Ciiy of Caiio
wonld arrive here in time to leave at
7 o'clock th s morning for HL Louis.
The Hudson was expected to airive
from Vkksburg at midnight and will
leave for St. Lonis at an early hour
this morning. She will add here 614
bales of cotton for reshlpment East at
Cairo.
The Will 8. Haya arrived Sunday
night from Arkansas City with 1450
bales ot cotton and 4244 sacks of cot-
. 1 11 1 1 .! 1 I
ion seea. ouu ia nnioaaing oeiow
Union street and when her cargo ia
a.l oat she will go to bank.
Ttti t .Mi.lraaaw fwim W li i t ultra
brought 1350 biles of cotton to th'a
port, and rtshipced 29 bales at Ter
rene for New Orleans. Her oflicers
report 4 feet from AuruMa to the
mouth, but ai the river is rising they
. Ill l... !.,, I U foot rl ....... !.;.
nil! unvo nuuuv u iui, vi nun" tiiio
trip. The Chickasaw returns to White
T.... ....... I.;,,,. I.nt T IT ..
Jllk n.V..'.., . Mt . A. HL.DIl Hl-
t....l ,.. h.ui.I.u allnrnnnn Innjimt Ilia
Aiv.u y'a-riyj w. .... .y..i un... im
sternwlieul steamer Sentinel and bur
two b:Tgf-p. The Sentinel eunk at
Elmot ebjut three weeks ao, and was
rahed yester.'ay by the Ei keirt. The
l.ntit u.:l tin nlaced on the dreka hern
and be reptired. Tbe Eikert Is lying
at the leot ot Adams ttreut, and wil
FOR vick.n,';Wi.'
JJu-u.N m.,h..koh VlUKSlll'tUl.
Bella Memphis, kT,
.!!" "',.v tho Klvnt,.r TUKSDAV , Nov.
V. L. IIai.l. Ham. Aitt. Afr foKM, Sua't.
FOR AHK A N.SAH RIVER.
For llolena, Torrsna, l'lna Muff and all war
I """'" niTer auamer
Jt. Li. UUlili,
K.I. Now and mimtar.a
. ... Ut I , BUT. l
tor lrelaht or anaaa aiilr at Nu
on atraat, nrln II. U. LOWK.
OaHTnl-iihi.na No. M.
. X Maat-
FOK CAIRO AND tsV. LOVlH.
I. I.OMlx ! Kfw llrlrana Aanlior
- , - . ...... .riinw DA. UUIUO.
uiiy oi 1 ali o,
l.iullll.. .
o.i . o "'" '"""'F Auia vai, nor,
2.UI, at 1(1 a.m. For fraiuht or fasnasa aiii.ls
C. 1j. Ham,, Airt. A 0 ST. HM. tim't.
FOR NE.V O RLE AN 8."
Ml. l.oni hikI New Orlrnam Aarhar
l.1i...-l'l .null -rOKiNKW OKLKANtl.
City of Baton Rouge
,. B. J. WhitladM...ma.lr. 4Ji?i3
WUIJeava the Kl.vator WKIN ICSUAV.Nov.
21th, a' IS p.m. For ira'iKhl or imayaia nnpl
IIAl.t,, l"all A K'. AltHTuHW.'-'lu't
0. h
FOR UjUlHVII,l,K ,t OtnOlNNAl I
For Cairo, Kvanrvllla. I.cularillo and Oin-
uiii.mii mo a.KKaiit aituuior
J. B. Jonea mailer II. C. Ilruoe olerk
JVUI leave FRIUAyI Not! 2.t"h"aVj p.m.
J" I W.o' Ie api.ly to 0. B. 11118
bKLh, . V. 4 T. A., U Aladiaon t. Tela.
FOR HELENA & ST. FRANCIS RIY
for lleleun And Ml. Fraucla Klvor.
Str. Rene Macreadv ZL
. O. K.Jonlln matter.
te'i1'1.".' KVKKY TUESDAY and
TillJKHDAY at S p.m. Loavea for Helena
and St. Franoia river BVKKY BAXUHDAI
at f p.m.
The oaptaln reaerrea the right to aea ail
landlDi bedeama unaafe.
. JAH. I.KB. Ja.. Sup't,
Office, No. 4 lM.t(na atrmt.
FOR TIFTONVILLE.
For Oioeola, II a tea Point, Carntbarartll.
Uajoao and Tiptonvllle Tbe new aid-
CHESAPEAKE,
W, P. Hall maater. I J. D. Fuller olerk
E.W. J?."' oove, ana war point.
KVKKY MONDAY and TIlUKHCAlf a
linFor freight or pawaae applyon board.
LEE LINE.
Iciulila,FrlMr Iolni nnd .Ttfiinliu
Jftlial llBff.lM fMUI rumUHn .
For Helena, (Jlendale, Friara Poina and al
War Landlnia Wteamer
JaineN Iee, EjBl
E. T. OliAQOETT Mtr.
Will leave aa above on KVKKY MONDAY.
WKDSKtiDAY and f HID AY atSo'olock.
For Kandolph, Falton, Oioeola an Wtf
Landlnaa Bteamer
e. w. eoLii:, iiSi
J. U. COOPER Maater.
Leave Kvrry MONDAY, WKDNKtiDAT
and FRIDAY at S p.m. TheboaUoltbl
line reaerva tne right to paaa all laodlnta
the captain mar deem nnaale. Offiee, No.
Madiaon at.
JAMKS l,KK, Ja.
Hup't.
Memphis and Tlcksbarg Packet Cone
nnnv I! tl M . . 1 1 I t ..
uj in n. iuuii ajinv.
For Helena, Oonoordia, Terrene and Arkal
....ii.- nri. - . i . .
1lTr Aniiin
M. R. Cheek. ..maater IW. 0. Blanker ...elerk
MONDAY AND IHUKbdaY AT 5 P.M.
For Concordia and all war landtne.
Th Kliimii
GAYOMO.
A. L. I'nramina, Maat'rJ Lew Prioe....C.erk
Leaveal UKSDAX and SATURDAY atSp.a
For general tntormatioa apply at
No. a madiaon itreet.
K. WALWORTH.
J'iHN OAWB, VnM'iHnijiJiT
Memphis & While Hiver rktCo
For I Inrendon, Iiovnile III nil,, IM
Are, Auitaata, fcearoy, Wewnort, Jaokaoa
port, batoavllle and all Way Landinira,
Silt. tllltJlASAn, ,.WL-
U, l Oliai manor.-
Will Uar KVKRY WKDiN KdIAY at 5 p.
Ainart 11. nm ii 11...... now wi .
Will leave KVMtY BAHJRDAY at J p.m.
nil aud White Hirer
eonaigned to the Men I
Packet Co., at tleuiptilB or lerrene, will aa
furwarded promptly. For ffoneral inlorma
tii.n api'ly at oft.', No 3 Mmlison at., or
Call Telephone II. 0. LUWB, A't,

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