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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALWEDNESDAY, DECEMHKK 1, WSb.
imm am coblkce.
KOXET 8 PER CENT., KEW YORK
EXCIIAJUE SELLING AT PAH.
Cotton Steady-MIdJIiijg, 8 5
Sales lestordny, 10,000
Hales.
Se-
Moaey la ia pretty active demand
at 8 per cent Finances are gome wlut
tightened, owing to the inability of
transportj'.ioo. lines to move cotton :n
afficient quantities to came a ma
terial redaction of the stock on hand,
" which at present is vary large. Local
securities are steady. The cotton
market whs active; midJlin?, 6c.
4 Sales, 10,003 bales. At Naw York,
spats quiet and steady; middling,
9 316?. Futures qiiet aui 1 to 2
points lower.
: A leading New York eJtton p ircu'ar
says of the speculative market:
"About the only feature was a con
tinued holding up of next month's
contracts. Aside from that the tone
was weat', with nothing but local
scalping; all day. The closs showed
December 2 points butter and other
months 1 point lower in companion
with last evening's rates."
At New Orleans epota wers quitt
and steady; middling, 8 11-16?. Fut
ures dull and 1 t) 3 points lower;
November, nominal.
At Liverpool spots were dull and
somewhat inactive; mlddling,d. Fat
ares barely stady ; November-Dacem-bor,
5 3 64 J sellers.
The general market presents a
aiet feelirg. ,
IMPORTS.
Five hundred end nine brls apples,
14 pkgj butter, 337 rls bagging, 299
pkgs boots and shoes, 920 bu corn.
400 pkgs chet'6e, 489 sks coffee, 4
cars cotton seed. 23,340 sks cotton
seed, 100 pkgi dry goods, ' 14 pkgs
eggs, 520 brls flour, 1110 bales bay. 8
pkgs hats, 49 hd hrgs, 67 hd sheepi 40
hd cattle, 1 horse, 170 pkgs lard, 100,
500 it lumber, 123 pkgs liquors, 314
brls molasses, 340 kegs nails, 486
brls potatoes, 4 cars pork sides, 121
bhds sugar, 834 brls sugar, 170 pkgs
tobacco and 35 brls rice.
r ELEYATOB REPORTS.
The following sbows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in
store by regular elevators, as reported
to tee Meiciiants .hKchaoge yester
day: Wheat in store, 1045 bu. Corn
received, 1412 bu; withdrawn, 10)6
pa; in store, 3922 bu. O.tfs received,
1680 ba ; withdrawn, 3919 bu ; in store,
. Bally qnslnlloae mt Cottoa
OH Trims and New York Et
cbaugc Stocba arc open to those
- intertd, at my otter.
aoHs i. aroiToi3
DEALER IN
STOCKS AND BONDS
' 24 Madison St., Memphis, Teuu.
V - FINANCE.
V. -
v-v Money in pretty active demand at 8
' per cent The Clearing House report
is as follows:
CLEARINGS. '
Tuwdav, November 30th. J."G9,-
846 97; thus far this week, 5965,
e" 503 46; sme time last week, $938,.
. 406 62; comi?p,,ndiug time in 1885,
5787,591 93: corresponding lime in
1884, $726,345 71; total for November,
1886, $11,041,154 45; total for Novem
ber, 1SS5, $8,516,303 41; average for
November, 7 years, $7,880,877.
BALANCES,
Tnesdiiy, November 30th, $127,
946 21 ; thus farthis we k, $207 413 74 ;
"" same time last week, 1116,052 IB; cor
responding lime in 1885, $187,974 65;
corresponding time in 1884, $110,.
309 78; total for November, 1886,
$2,176,583 30; total for November,
1885, $1,711,022 81; total for Novem-
" ber, 7 years, $1,448,339.
-XCHAKQB.
New York sight on all point.!,
discount buying, par selling; hew Eng
land demand, j discount buying; New
England sight, discount ; New Or
leans, i discount buying, par selling,
BANE STOCKS.
Bank of Commerce..l46 bid, 149 aefced
First National 160 bid, 165 asked
tierman Bank 195 bid. 200 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and rianters..lm) bid, 153 a'ked
Mercantile Bank 135 bid,137i asked
IN8UBANCI STOCKS.
Bluff City- 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, ... asked
Home
Memphis City
Peoples
Fnumix
Planters
. Vanderbilt
" Arlington.......
Factors....'.
hav le-n made fir both dies
of tLe Sfc.unt, it is thought that the
outetaodirg khoit ictvieet i s:ill very
la-ge. Ti e other coal s ock-, eepeoi
slly Jersey Centra', were feanr.'s of
the day. Tfe lhtt-r was a '.vunc din
the miming upon the renewed coul
denc that the Bi tiaio'e and Oiio
would carry cut its coniract. The
8 n hw-et.-rn r'oiks, pf.rtic il .ily Tix
8 IVifia and Kansas and TrT is, at
tracted mnch attention, and Western
uaiou waB very largely traded in
Union Pa'iuc ai rext fav;rie, after
Rr.tlii;g, upon roam from Washing'
ton of ,fuvor'j!e cevelotunenta to the
compsry. The crangers, with the
exception of St. Paul, were quiet and
compirtivey steady, as were also the
trurjk line sharer, 'the opening was
etrorg, xirst prices geneia ty snowing
advances over lnBt eveuii.g's closing
figures of from I to 1 per cent. A few
Blocks, however, were small free ions
lower, isusmesi whh extremuly active,
but prices s. gd off a utile ia the eai ly
trtd ng, JNow England being specially
weak. The entira marker, however.
roon became strong, Jersey Central and
union recioc making the lsrcest ad
vances. Readirg became enddenlv
mere active and suoug af;er 12 o'cloek
but the upward mov; mentoulminated
before 1 o'clock and a general decline
followed, in wtich all the strong
stocks of the morning were noticeable,
A fractional rally was l,lluwd by an
otutr decided break in the last Hour
rti.i the market finally closed on a
rally, feverh and iiregnlir. Fa'es.
901.877 shares, ct which Kaading tar
nished 310465: Union Paclnc, 93.19H
IVxas Pacific, 60,( 90; Webtarn Uuiun
50,820; Jersey Central. 43,231. snd
Kansas and Texas, 43,035. Nutwith-
atandirg the ,'ai-ge advance lor the
day, up to 1 o'clock p.m., in many
s'.otks, cot a single one on the active
lut records a est advance for the en
t;;e day. Chattanooga, however, Is
np 3 per cent.; rtiebmondand Wett
Point lost 5 percent; Michigan Cen
trai, z; Ueiawnre and Hudson, J
Beading, 1 ; New Eosl ind and lloi k
ing valley, eacti 1: Canada Hjuth
ern and Norfolk and Wtstern, each
H, and Lake Bbore sxd Weetrn
Union, each 1 ter cent. Kail
road bonds were lees 'active;
sales, $2,58 1,000. Picts were strong
la the morning, but In sympathy
with the share market save wav to
ward the close, and though a majority
snow a net gain lor the day, several
material decines were established.
Denver and R o Graade 43 eaned 1
upon saies oi jasu.wu, xexs racmc
income trust recslpts sold $314,000 at
loss ot 1 per cent.. Detroit. Alack
inao and M.rq ittte firsts rose 2t, to
100; tha land grants 2, to 60; Lfiy
etta, BloominKton and Muncia firsts
2, to 108, and Burqu-lianua and Weit'
ern debentures, coupon off. 2. to 64
Richmond and Allfehany certifljates
lost 3, at 74; North Missouri firsts 3ij,
at llbf. Miring shares were active
and strong. Rappahannock led, with
sales cf 20,000 shares; Bulwer, 175;
tjonpoiidatea imperial, 154, Alice, 160
Daadwood, SlO. Petroleum opecec
firm at 78c. remained firm till noon
sold down to 77t. rallu d. advance!
steadily to 792c near the close, when
under heavy selling orders it broke,'
ana ciosea weait at sic. Kales, 4,767,'
00O brls.
The total sales of stocks today were
901 ,847 shares, including Canada South'
ern, 9675; Central Pacific, 6125; DeU'
ware, Lackawanna and Western, 27,-
770; Denver and Rio Grande, 3800;
rie, iw, a: Kansas and xexa, 33,'
035; Lake Shora, 17,167; Louisville
and Nashville, 17,594; Northwestern,
11,275; New Jersev Cen'ral, 43,231;
New York Central, 3595; Northern Pa
cific, 800; Ohio snd MiosiKBippi,
5250; Pacific Mail, 10,120; Reading,
310,465; St. Paul anJ O.nalia, 34r)0;
Texas and Pacific, 10,090; Union
Pac fic, 93,190: Western Un:on. 50,
8.'0; Wabash Pacific, 3910; Northern
Pacific preferred, 10,225; Oregon and
Transcontinental, 4055; Hoikiug Val
ley, 1495. Closing quotations:
OOT8HNMEST3.
U. 8. 3, 100. in, coup, 12
ilAa, ooup, Ul. Paoiflu (3d oi 116, 126,
BONDS.
La. stamps, 4, Sfi. Missouri 6, V'&i.
PilU. Den. A H.U. Uw, 119.
D iB.ti.W lsU, 80. Erie 2d. 10.)'.
M K AT.U.n.tis.llUHNorth.l'so.li.H.llT1.
JM. neatorn con. .Wa.
St.h.S.f Ocn.M.Jlt.
tt.P.0.&P.Ms,12u'4.
T.P.K M.x oou.Ti.
Wost Shore,
'Jena.5s,tit'uit, 102J.
et evening; 8700
1300 tO fpU'Df H.
EXCHANQS QUOTATIONS.
O-dinary
Good Ordinary..
Iw Middling....
Middling
Gool Middling..
Middling Fair....
Fair-
Yesterday.
Nom.
8
H
n
H
ot
Mnridoy.
Nom,
8
l
81
Si
Nom.
8S8J
North. Pao.2ii.l(i.i.
N.Wext deb.6.l(j8.
bt.Paul eon, 1: 8.
T.P. land grants.liO.
TJ. P. lsts. llfi.
Tonn.tis, aet'uit,Kl.
Tena. 3s,ot'mt,V,'
Adams Express, 13G.
1. W 375
STOCCS.
Alton & '.
A.4T.H.
pfd.,83.
...75 bid. 80 asked
102bid,105a4ked
80 bid, 83 asked
08 bid, 100 asked
107 bid, ... asked
-25 bid, 30 asked
U1U, ... HBKUU
31J bid
MISCELLANEOUS.
; ; f helby Co. warrants...97 bid, 98 asked
m. a u, k. a. shares.. .tu aid, ... asked
M. 4I.K.E. shares...45 bid, 50 asked
M. & 0.conBols,7o...119 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. 1st m. 86..105 bid, ... asked
Miss. & T.R.B.CS.A...111 bid, 113 asked
Miss.&T. R.R. cs.B.,101 bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 95 bid, 98 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J84 bid, 88 asked
Shelby Co. 6s 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Diet. 4, 6s 99 bid, 99 asked
Tax, Pistes. 104J bid,106J aaKo.i
i Mem.wsoonds -it4 bid, ... atked
i.MemWBter bonds...l00 bid, ... asked
iianauer Uil Works bid. 65 asked
Am.Oot.Olltrnsts...68 bid, 70 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills. ..26 bid, 30 asked
Mem. Stor.Oom. Co..l29 bid, 1?0 asked
Mem. Gas stock 75 bid, 80 asked
"" Naw Yobi:, November SO. Monet
on call active at 510 per cent-closing
at 5 per cent, asked. Prime
mercantile paper sterling Ex
change dull, bnt steady and un
' changed.
j-uonas uovernment bonds were
dan and heavy. Ktate bonds were
Cjuiet and Aim.
8tocks Today was another extraor
dinary day at the Stock Exchange,tbe
recorded transactions : running up be
'yend anything ever known, before.
There was great excitement.and prices
rose rapidly in the morning, bnt the
advance culminated shortly in the
afternoon, when sometime ' like a
' Blampede occurred. Prices flaotuated
violently, aid the Iransactions were
simply enormous. Monry was again
manipulated np to 10 per cent; and
the room traders, by raiding every
weak point, materially, aided the de
cline, Reading was sgain -the moet
important stock on the lift, snd its
tales exceeded even Saturday's la' ge
to:al. Tue street bo ieves that large
interest, including London, have
been caught short ou this stock,
and though heavy purchases
l..rtd
Amerioan hx., 1U.
u. j. n. a a, du.
Canada Pao., 69.
Canada Sou.. 65.
Central 1'aoiCo, 49.
Chesapeake A 0.,9.
C. AO. ltpfd,18.
C. A O. 2d ufd.11.
Chicago &A..142,
C.AA.pld.lOO.
C.,B. A(i ,13754.
0.,t-t.L. AN.O.,
C, St. L A P., 17.
C.Kt.LAP.pfd, 39K.
C. 8. A C. 45.
V. XV., li t. Fa
O. A H. Vailer. PforiaD.A B., 33
vti. iiuq., im. Pittsburg, 148.
Del., L. A W., 141. Irullman P.O., UVt.
Den. A Uio ii , Reading,
Erie, 37. Rook Island, 127.
Jriepfd.7!i. St.L. A S.P.,3;i,.
New Knst Tenn.. 14J.8t.L. A S.K pfd, 69H.
gewK.Tenn.pfd,76. St.L.A S.F. 1st p. 115
Fort Wayne, 144. C. M. A .St. P., W.
Hannibal A St. Jq.-. (;. M.A St.P,. d, W.
H A St.Jo., pfd, -. St. P.. M. A M.. lis.
Harlem, 220. St PaulA Omaha, 62T;
MorrisAE., ord,141.
Nashville AC , 93.
N.J. Central.
Nor.A W.p!d.51?i.
Northern Pao.,281.
Northern Pao pld, 63J4
O.AN.W.,119.
O.AN.W pfd. ,143.
N.Y.CentraI.114.
N.Y.C.ASt.L.HK.
N.Y.C.A St h.pld,28X
unio uenirai, .
Ohio A Miss. ,33.
O.A Miss. pfd, 91.
Ontario A West,, 2VA,
Oregon Nav., lot!
Oregon Trans., 30.
Oregon Iuid.. 44.
Paoi0o.Muil,M5i.
fanama, m.
Starns and tinges.. 8,'i8
C0TT0X STATEMEST,
MmpRia, November 30, 1S86.
Stock flept, 1, 18S6-... 4,009
Received todjy 4,194
Rvceivea previoualy. 348,356 356,559
Shipped todav 5,236
Shipped previousiy.200,120
lome consumption to
date 321 205,677
Mock running account 150,382
imports.
Thus far this week 20,032
Tbusfarlatweek.... 24,688
Sif.ie pteniber lat 352,550
M. and O. R. R
M. A T. R. R
L, and N. R. R
M. & L. R. R. R
C, O.&S. W.R.R
L., N.O. AT. 11. K
K. O., S. & M. R. R
Steamers
Wagons and other sources..
.. 320
.. . 40
... 313
938
... 143
.. 101
30
.. 1,082
850
,. 4,194
. 20,774
. 14.928
,.205.350
Total
Thus far this week ,
Thus far latt week
Since September 1st.. . ..
M. A O. R. R
M., A T. R. R.
L. A N. R. R
C, O. A S. W. R. R
L., N. O. A T. R. R
Steamers north
Total 5,236
Naw York spots opi ned steady, and
closed quiet arid eUady ; middling, 9 3
16c. hales, 125 bales. Quotations
were as follows:
Yesterday.
Ordinary 6J
Good ordinary-... 7 13-16
Low middling .... 8 11-16
Middling.. 9 3-16
Good middling ... 9 716
Middling fair 10 1-16
Fair io 11-18
New York futures
Monday.
0i
7 13-16
811-16
9 316
9 710
10 1-16
10 11-16
opened dull
and closed quiot and 1 to 2 points
lower thsu yesterday. SaleB, 89.9C0
bales. The closing quotations were
as follows:
Yesterday,
November (i)
December. 9.09$ 9.10
January 9 14( 9.15
February... 9.24ft) 9.25
March. 9,34(j 9.35
April 9.44 9 45
Monday.
9 07(a) 9.08
9.08 9 09
9.15(a) 9.16
9 25 9.28
9.35 9.36
9.41 9.46
9.55 9.56
9.65 9.66
9.74 9.75
9.81 9.82
May .. 9.54ft) 9 55
June 9 64 9.05
July 9 72 9 73
August 9.80 9.81
The NewOrleans snot market onened
quiet, and closed qutet and steady
middling, 8 11-lGc. Sales, 5250 bales,
quotations were as lollowa:
Yesterday. Monday.
n t. - - '
uramary t 0$
Good Ordinary 7f 7i
Low Middling 8 7-18 8 7-18
Middlinsf 8 11-16 8 11-16
Good Middling 9 9
The New Orleans future market
opened aclive and firm, and closed
dull and 1 to 3 points lower. Sales,
15,600 bales. Quotations were as fol
lows
Yesterdsv. Monday.
r t r . ,, . . .
noveraoer. nominal. nominal
December- 8.ti(if H trA 8fi7
January.... 8.74 8 75 8,74 8.75
February... 8.85ft) 8.86 8 85'A 8 fi
March 8 97 8.98 8.97 8.98
April.. 9 0S 9.09 9.10 9.1
Ma7 9.20(rt 9.21 9.21f,ik 9.2
Juue 0.31 9 32 9 32 9 33
July 9 42 9.43 9.43 9.44
August 9.46 ,9 47 9.47 9.48
DAILY PORT AND INTERIOR If ARKBTS,
Galrestn
N.Orle'ns
Mobile...
Savann'b
Cn'rl'st'u
WilmYi.
Norfolk..
B'ltim're
K wY'ork.
Boston ...
Philad's..
St. Loui
Augiinta..
ToneT
IqtAsly
quiet.
IduicL
dull.
quiet.
aleady
steady
cull.
q'Asly
quiet.
firm.
alezdy
quiet.
Rec.
4,67688
21, 91 811-16
2,36318 910
6,781
3,2,i0
1,076,
6,24
1,895
1,094
528
123
3,250
1,621
8 9 10
811-16
21
1-10
3-16
5-16
Stock,
97,937
298,140
30,214
140,924
84,005
6 332
69,08:
19071
183,905
10,014
65,554
St. Paul A O. pld, 1144
Tenn.CoalAIron.lue.
Texas Pacifie, .
Tinlnn Pnnilio. ttAj
tj. 8. Ei press, 63.
W., 8. h AP..20H.
W..S.L.AP. p.. iVA.
W.A F. Ex.. I;W.
W. U.Tel., 78.
Colorado Coal, 39.
Howe Stake 16.
Iron Silver, 225.
Houston A T., 38.
Illinois Central, 132.
Ind.,11. A W.,18.
Kansas A T., Sl.
Lake E. A W , 16H.
Lake Shore,
Loo. A Nash., 'i.
Lou. A N. A., lie.
M. A 0. 1st pfd,.
M. A C. seoonds. ,
Mam. A Char., 57.
Mich. Cen.,9k.
Min. A St. L.. HM. (int.i 'iiu
Min. ASt.L.pld.48U.OuioksiIver. 6. ,
souri PaciQo.llaH. Quicksilver pfd, U
in a A Ohio. VM. knnk l;
M.L.S7A W. 62 SiiVo.ai.
ML.S.AW.pfd,J. onlI0'i-
LOND6N. Novembiar 30. Cnnsolp.
103 3-18 for money and 101 1 for tbe
account, ex-iniertst. United Mates
bonds 4s. 131.2: 4s. 113. Atlantin
and Great Western, 65 J ; Atlantic and
Great Western seconds, 16. Bar sil
ver quoted nominal at 46d. The
amount of bullion withdrawn from
the Bank of England on balance to
day is 90,000.
PABis,November 30. Three ner cent.
rentes, 83i 25o for the account
BANK CLIABINGS. 1
Chicago. Ill . Novmhr 30. Bunk
clearings today, $9,054,000.
NBW YORiT. Novnmhar 30 Ttank
clearinirs today. $132,718 083: halancM
$5,817,930. .
BaLTIMOBB. Md.. NounmriBr SO
Bank olearinira today, $2,183,425; bal
ances, $316,682. . ' TT '
Philadelphia. Pa
Bankclearines today, tl4 .l70.l41 : h'al.
ances, $2,830,319.
Boston. MAss-.'Nf.vemi,
clearingfl today, $14,824,416; balances,
$1,678 642. For the month: Clear-
ngs, $309,301,996: liRlai,p. 17. 197..
762; for the Samn mnnll. in 18.8S.
$300 628,625; bslancfa, $47,325,407.
COTTON jMAKKETS.
The local cottin msikpt onrnnd
artlve and clnred active; middling.
8Jc. Sales, 10,000 bales, including 4000
Receipts at ports, this day. 1888..5I.250
Roceipts at porta, this day, 1885.36,857
CONSOLIDATED STATKMHNT.
R'tS U. 8.
p'rts 4 d'ys
Ex. Gr. Br
Stock
R'ts Sept. 1
For'gn Ex.
1886. 1885. 1884.
153,297 135,492 142,268
43,431 32,474 77,000
954,970 906,106 875,372
2,581,651 2,664.115 2,642,235
1,409,263 1,406,313 1,535 528
At noon: Liverpool spots Were dull,
somewnar, inactive. Kales, 8000 bales,
of which American 7000 bales. Ro.
caipte, 24,00 bales, of which American
i,ouu.
Closing quotations were as follows
Ordinary. 41d: eood ordinary. 411,1
low middling, 5d ; good middling, 6 h
ml . I.l.ll: i v..
ion; uiiuuiuig upianas, oja; mid
dling Orleans. 5 5-16d.
The price art given tw pence and M(h,
thuu 4 63 meant 4 63-4f; and 5 01
meant o l Oia.
ai noon: Liverpool lutures were
quiet. November, 6 085 07d; No-vember-Dfcember.
5 03d: DficumliBr.
Jaauary, 5 015d ; January-February,
5d; February-March, 5d; March-
June, 5 07; June-July,-5 lOd.
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures wen
qutet; November, 6 07d, sellers; November-December,
5 03d, sellers : December-January,
6d, buyers; January-February,
6d, buyers; Febru
ary-March, 5 Old, sellers; March-April,
6 03d, sellers; April-May, 5 05d, sell
ers; may-June, o 07d, buyers; June-
juiy, o iuu, sellers.
At 6 p m. : , Liverpool futures were
barely ateady; November, ; No-ember-December,
6 03d, ssllers ; December-January,
5d, buyers; January
February, 5 J, buyers; February-
uiat.ii, u viu, ncucie, juarcn-Apni,
5 03d, sellers ; April-May, 5 05d, sell,
ers; Msy-Jnne, 6 07d, sellers ; June
July, 5 12J, buyers.
GENERAL, TRADE.
BBEADNTirFH.
CoBNMiA-Standsrd, $2 202 26;
pearl, $3 253 35; roller, $2 45.
Hay Choice, from store, 75o; car
load from levee or depot, $14; prime,
from store, 70c. car load from levee
or depot, $12 5013; prairio, from
store, 45c; car load from levee or
depot, $8 50.
Cobn From etore,whie,Glo -.mixed,
49c, from lovee Or dtDLt: whit. In
bulk, 44c ; in sacks, 47c; mixed, in
bulk, 42c; m sacks, 44 Jo.
Oats From store.white.29c! mixed.
37c; from levee or depot, white, in
b'lik, 32c! 1 ack. 35c: rolxtd. in
''n'k, 31c; in i-acks, 33o.
Bbas From store, 81c; from levee
or depoir $14 60.
FufS-From sore,' No.'a, $:l3 25:
fainily.ftfHkilSS; u oi e, t3
fBiuy,- W4 5: ettra fnc, $4 i5
4 50;pntea',i5''.5pa.
BKAAS-rSavy, $J,f';in:('J.iim, $1 50
1 75: ciirimoTi, $J Gwman nullet,
$1 3X?i 4a . ,
Ricivr-Loujgiiira, 4i4Jt; Carolina,
OATMUAt-'-In half-brrrule, $33 25
from'.Oro.i.. .
t)itAocir-So.:B, f.f.in, 4 Jo: soda,
trebliixtra,6.ti ext'B,7c: gingrrsnaw,
extra, rKiOc; a.i rt-id iumblis,9llc.
CiiACKkB- Wheat Ia . haif-barre's,
$4 $5 trom atoro.
H.1.M.XK k.aii JaiTf-From store,
$3JJ ., ,,
Chicaoo, Noveml er SO. The whe.t
market was very active and excitrd
today and the volume of speculktive
trading was :nusuaily large and in
marked comp iriHO,i to the drrgging
trading of thot of almost any day in
the preee!iBg six maBihe. The feel-
leg wta jfery tjeryors arid nnaettled at
the opetijnp; ' caused, in part, by the
aunoiincement of two fdi un a iu the
whtat trade. ' It wai expeited that
the Hall failure, aqndunced early in
the day, would nHft?6ittit4 the pur
chase of fully l,O00,('O0 bmfcels, ta
which extent it w-s eB'imatod that
operat' r was : "short." Prices vaiied
.5 in diflrent parts of the crowd.
ll ildurs i bail prices nin ked up js
above last ;i igl t's c owrxr. but tts
ofleiings wefe so Inige that 'hero cs
very Jittle tradiiw at any advance over
laatiiuht's clofing Cgurfs, and the
market quiclf7 dr.M'pcd ; followed
by an advantfl of )lo, rgiin rand
off (ift bed'- iare oflrtrings, rued
irregular, but S'l the latest trailingin
the atternori H-n; pd fo Inside i rices
and filrsed jftJs l i,n than on ywt-r-day.
Tfce cable? quoted firm foreinn
markets. The r-coiptn iu the North
west were qu i ' large. Ojrn ru'ed
fairly nctiva and fi'm. Ihe lui k-t
opentd esy, nd iJc lower, ad
vanced J Jc, bu cluB-d aout Jo un
der yrsteidsy; ' 'The shipping demand
was light iana reneipts fairly large,
with modirate receipts estimated for
tomorrow.. 'f t)prs a inceaied spec
ulation qu ibe' r nulnr m rket for oatc.
with'soiue dehmr.d from "thorls
early in the flay. The feeling was
firm early with prics Jc h'gher, but
the advtnje.WKS lost. Tbe market
closed Jc Joier. Ca h quotations were
an fol 6 b: N6. 2, rprlng wheat 75 Jc ;
No. 3 spring wheat, 08Jr5)70c: No. 2,
red, 76c. No. 2 corn,37lc No. 2 oats,
2fllc . 2 rye, 63 Jo. No. 2 bailey,
62J53c,; No. 1 llaxsped, 91 Jc. Hay
Crime timothy, $1 75. Flour was
steady and unchanged. The leading
futti'es rarged as follow": Wheat
November opened at 70jc, highest
76Jc, lowest . 7Pjc, clos'ng 75Jc; Da
cemberopened at 76c, h'ghest 76Jc,
lowest 75 closi'g 75Jn; January
opened at 77J", h ghest 77Jc, lowst
76jc, closing 76jp : May openKl at ti3 jc,
highest 84 Jo, lowest 83c, closing
83c. I Oorrw November opened at
371c, h'ghest 37 Jo, lowest 37Jc, clo?ing
37Jc; December ojtened At 37 :, h'gh
est) 37J?, lowest 37Jc, closing 37 J o ;
January opened at 37Jc, highest 37Jc,
lowest 37 J !, c!o ing 37 jc; M ; y opened
at 42Jo,' JiigeM F43c, low-st 42Jc,
closing at 4"? jc. Oats November
opened at 20lb, highest 27 Jo, lowest
26 Jc, clojing 2Jc; December opened
at 26c,bTgheat 27Jc, lowest 20Jc,
closing 20Jcy January opened at 27c,
highest ?7Jo; lowBst 2Ji, closing i7c;
May opened at 31c, highest 31 Jc low
est 3(40, clflsing 31o. Receip's Flour,
14,000 brls;. wheat. 116.000 bu: corn. I
107,000 oil ; oaU, 79,000 bu ; rye, 20.000
bu; barley, 47,000 bu. Shipmeuts
iour, io,utnj oris; wheat, &9,H)0 bu
corn, . 1 1,000' "bu; '. oat, 19,000 bu
rye, lOOJ ba; barloy, 35.Q00 hn.(l
Kansas Ciit, Mo November 30.
Whnt s rotigur: N-. 2 rf d, cish, 65c
anea ; ieceinDr,oijc ma; May, 73Jc,
jora steady; no. Z, casli, .Uo bid
3' in asked;-; Deceuib.-r, Slic; May
30336Jc,
May
Oats nominal; ii" fio bid
Butt KB:,-
13J14c
18(a)22i
Bntterine, ';
creamery, 30C35; dairy,
country butter, 15r?2"ic.-
Hoo Paoncois-Mn'S pork, $1050
stixur cured hams. lU4(a10lc : breakfaii
bacon, 8J9JC; clear rib sides bacon
7Jc; bacon shoulders', - ;" bulk
pork clear sidea, lilc; clear rib sides,
6c ; shoulders. 51(uMo: Ions clear. 52o,
I,abd Tiercee, tiJ6Jc; half-barrels
and kegs, 6J6Jc; choice kettle, 7J
rjc.
b BKBu Miats Beef, foreanarters,
oi Dsei, stmooi now, owc
1'ouLTar Oh ckeus dull: snr na
$12; old hens, $2. Turkeys, $812.
Geese, $3(S,4. Ducks, $2 503 ; dreseed
chickens, $2(3t2 50uerd( zan: dressed
turxeys, JU(a)I2Jc no' pound,
Gamb Quails, perd"z.,$l 60. Squir
rels, $1 25. RilibiU $1 50 per dozen,
Ducks, wild, $1 50(i2 l;0. Venison,
wnoie,ot40c: saddles, (tilUc.
UUKK3B Prims Oats. B(ul9c: New
York lactory, 7J... s : ; full cram, 12JC;
xoung Amena IS :
flGB Jtat. Bari-e'a. is 21): v.,i f
barrels, $4 25; . g , tl 2i
Chicago, 111. Novemb": ,10
There was active tr. d'rgU p ovi
but the offers e i la ij ud ihore
wasaB'eady den - :n pi ices, espe
cially for mis p rk and uhoit rib
sides. Mess p.i'a lclined 30c per
brl, and closed at builds fiinres. Short
rib sides eloped 10c par 100 lbs lower
for future delivery. Cash quotations
wero as follows: Moss pork, $10;
lard, $8 02J; rhoi rib sides, loose,
o di(ax M); icry ? t"a shoulders,
boxed, 4 75(3)5; i hor. c-e ir nii'es. box
ed $.') 70.'i5 75. 'lhf 'i i.liP2 fn'nres
ranged as 'ollnw: Pir!'IX n;,er
opened at $10 17J, big' ot iM7,
lowest $10. ti H'K a: lit: u tr
openod. at $10 ", h'ih r JiO'i i. ,o y
ett$10 65,clra.nif til0 05: F.bru 17
opened at $11 0-'j, highest $11 05, low
est $10 75, closing at $10 75: May
opened at $11 17 J, highest $11 17J,
lowest $11, closing at $11, Lard
December onened at $6 021. blithest
$6 07 J, lowest $0 02J, closing at $6 02J ;
January opened at 16 124. hi client
$6 12J, lowest 6 10, closing at $6 10;
February opened at $6 2J, highest
$6 22J, lowest $6 17 J, closing at $0 17J.
Short ribs January opened at $5 65,
highest $5 65. lowest $5 45. closing at
$6 45 j February opened at $5 67 J,
highest $5 57. lowest $5 474. closing
at $5 474; March opened at $6 62J,
highest $5 62. lowest 15 624. closing
$5 62J. On the Produce Exchange
butter ruled firm: cbolce toailtedge
creamery, 2025c; good to fine dairy,
w&t. jk, .cgs B.ricuy ircBU, zz'mzM.
1 1
: OBOCEBlrSJ.
- Sua a b Pure wnite, 6J(Gc; off
white, 6J6Jo; yellow clarined. 6Jf'
6c; BecondP, 4lC45c; refined A. 664
6Jc; granulated, OKOto; plantBtion
granu'ated,6fijc; powdered, 7(a7Jc;
ui loar, (a7Jc.
uofckk Uiimmon, J2(nil24c: ordi-
nary, 1313Jc; prime R:o, 14MJc;
choice to fancy, 14 J'lSJc; old govern
ment, 2426c.
hoAP .K5jo per pound.
Candirs Sticks, ad sisea. in boxes.
pailB and barrels. 74.i94c.
(salt fl 20 per barrel; sacks, fine, j 7o per pound, Jc off, 15 days; South'
11 Soffil 45: coarf. $1 lOffil 15: pork-
ets, bleached, 2'5;7e; car-loads from
'evee or depot, 6c cheper.
Can a id Goods, Etc. Prices per
doien: Pineapples, $1 26(.il 50;
peacnea, 2-tb, standard, $1 15(31 26 ; sec
ond, $irt 10: tomatoes, 2-ib stand
ard. 90 3$1; 81h,$l(;0i 15; strswber
rtes, $1 UKjM 25; raspberries, 1
1J5; b aoklwrie?, fll 10; green
gives, $1 bOviM 75; pears, $2f
2 25: plums, $1 601 70; sfparagrw,
$2 60(rt; green corn, lt 35; green
peas, $1 65(1 ftr; cove oyaters. full
wotpht, 1-lb, 85(?95c; mve oysters,
full weight, 2-lD, $1 60(.t)l 80; cove
oyF.teni, light we'gt t, 1-lb, 60c; cove
oyfters, light weight, 2-lb, $1; con
densed milk Crown, $5 6(.rV 75;
Eagle, J7 607 75; Daisy, $4 75.
Molasces Louieaoa, common to
fair, 182"ic; prime to choice, new. 40
(045c; svrup, 20(o-10c; common to
fair, 2025c ; prime to choice, 28(230e ;
centrifugal, fancy, 3035c.
Nkw York, November 30 Coffee
fair Rio firm at 13($13Jc; 01 tions
stronger and moderately active; sales
23,250 bags ; December, 11.65c; Janu
ary, 11.55ll.C0c; Febma-y, Mardb,
April, May and June, ll.(ii'(ii)ll 65c;
Sugar du'l; fair to good refining
quoted st 4JC?lt:; refined dull. Mo
lssHesdull. Rica Btcady.
Naw Ohlkans, La., November 30.
Coilee dull a d nominal; Rio, com
mon to prime, 1 1()14 '. R ca qniet
but steady, culinary to prime, 2J(i
Jl, l-lll..
' . u mi own, BIU IUJ ,
prime to strictly primo,4c; cntiifuyal
active; rlice white, 6Jp!5 316o;
choice ysllow clarified, 4 15 16.'; prime
y 'llowc'aiiti.'d, 4Jc; teennds, 3J(.?45.',
Molfssea sl'Miy; open kettle, choice,
40c; st-Hly pr m", 3tl((i,38jj ccntiitu
gal, stricly prin-e, 21(i)'.'6c; fair to
good prime, 1520c; srup, 2530c.
flOI'NKIIOLII HVret.tVK.
AprLKK Apples, $2 25(3)3 25; dried
apples, i'lffi.')Jc per pound from store.
Dried pearlies, 2J3Jn tom store.
VKGKTABi.Bs-Onfons,$2 IO(i)2 75 from
s'oio. Cabbngo,$250; per head, 79c;
$1 75 from levee or depot per crate.
Krant, brl.l 755; bmf brlB,f2 75.
Garlic, 4060c por 100. TurniKS, 60o
per nuiiiei.
Fkuit Oranges, per box, $3 51.594
Loiui ns, $-l(ti4 50 per box. Bananas,
$1 6K')2 60 per bunch.
Ncts Oocoanuts-f6per 100. Tea
ruts Virginia, 0(a)7c; Tennessee,
farm-era etock 3(Jft4c; ro:tsted,2Jn higl
er; shelled, 10c. Almonds, 18(3)200,
Walnnts-Englifh, 18o. Filberts, llfVii
12c. Pecans Texas, 8(3)10c for small
to medium. 10(3)1 -lo for large: Arkan
i:as, a(aftc
Ka if ins London layers, $3; lay'
ers, K2 70; uaiitorma, iz: imperial.
1'icKLKS In lars, pints. 95c: nnarts,
1 r.n. kail ollno i) 7K. nll. l IK
loose, barrels, So 5(K'7 ; hall-barrels.
f:i ,b(o.A 25; mixed, barrels, $10 60
mixed, ball-barrels, $6.
i 11)1, ... n, n I. , V ' , , ,(it'i,MIUIO, . . V f 1 1.
$5 2f)5 75; No. 2,$4 75(5; No. 3,f4 26
(t4 75; 10-lb kit, JNo. 1,90c; No. 2, 750
151b, No. 3, 65c. Dry herrings, fain
liy, me per box.
uams name llali, b(gQx
Eoas Firm, 21o.
PoTAToxs Northern stock, $1 75(32,
Cidkr New York, $6 60(a)7 per bar
rel, and f i 70(4 per ball-barrel.
Vinkqar llX'OlSc per gallon.
COTTON BEKIk fKODVCITS),
Iii car load lots : Prime crude cotton
seed oil, new, 27J28c ; off crude cotton
seed oil. old, ; prime summer yellow
cotton seed oil, 3334c; off summer
yellow cotton- seed oil,; nun
era' summer yellow Cotton seed oil,
82(333c; prime summer white cotton
seed oil, 3ft(ri36c; choice cooking vel
low cotton seed oil. 3ttc; prime cotton
seed meal, $15; off' cotton seed
meal, none. Cotton seed delivered at
dep t or levee, f 9 per ton ; from wagon
at mills, V per ton,
New Oiilians; La., November 30.
Cottoucoad products quiet; prime
crude oil, 27fe2c; summer yellow
31(3,303; cke and meal, $1950(3)20,
ern wmte lead, J per poncd; 600
ikjuuu 101s, c, .jc tu, ia da-s; b.dled
linretdotl, 4io per gallon, by barrel;
raw, 40c; turpen iae, 38Jc per gallun.
1jr UIKin,
BiuuiKw mn riKs, tw,'
Baooino Carlia I lots: Jute, 2 lbs.
rjc: i 11.9, icj ljlts, 7C. Flax
U". vj :.
Tms-!1 05(ai 10.
1.1 VIS Ml OCX.
USA? Uattlb -Choice. 3(3 3 Jc ; gonj,
"1 ' meaium, xa,ijc; sc:tila
WHff, UOiilJ..
lloos-Choice, 4Jc; good, 4c; com-
UltMJ,
cHaKp Cucico, 4c; medium, 3Jc;
uumuiuM, , uuoico lambs, per
pound, 4 Jo.
C-K A in, November 30. The
uroverr journm reports: Oattlo re-
ceipta, 9000 head; shipments, 2000
neau; market quiet, values weak
shipping steers. H5D la l.MYl IK.
$3 25(355; stockers and feeders, $1 90(3
3 35; cows, bulls and mixed, $125(3)
3 10; bulk, $2 10(3)2 60; tbrongh Texas
cows, $2 05(3j2 50; steerB, $2 70&3 60:
wes'eru rangors steady: natives and
bait breeds, $3 2V33 80; wintered
Texans, $1 10( 3 00. Hogn rerelpts,
50,000 head; tihlpmonts, 9000 head;
market opened f)(.i10j higher, clos ng
wun aavance loat; rougti and mixed.
$360;i4 05; packiriR and shipping, 4
()4 20; light, $3 skips, $. 20C5)
3 20. Sheep receipts, 70,0 head:
shipments, 1100 head; market slow,
25o lower: nalivfs. $:'3i3 9J: bulks.
su; Western, $3 4i'(38 26;
Texans, J22 75; lamtw, $3 90(3)4 60.
NEW TOHK IJKT)00rJ MARKET,
JStw loitK, Novoiriber 30. The
market was cum r.tlly quiot, but thnre
was cinpldrHb!e btisini-ss indicated
through the irregular doaiand made,
title the untlerlons to the general
market was very s'r.tng.
STEAMBOATS,
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
WOOL.
Burry grease wool, unwashed, 13(3)
18c; clear grease wo'Jl, 23(n)26c; burry
washed, a3(u)3dc; tub waahed, M($A7e,
Ntw Yobk, November 30. Wool
quiet; domeetio neeoes, 30($38c
pulled, l4(a)J6o; lexav, )y'ibe,
Boston.- Mass., November 30. Wool
urra and nncnongeJ ; Uhio and 1'enn
sylvania X fleece, 3538c; XX, SO
37c; XX and above, 37(638c: No. 1
Michigan, 3738c; Michigan X, 32
(a)3JC.
Philadelphia, Pa., November 30.
Wool quiet and without change
prices nominal; New York, Michi
gan, Indiana and Western modi
urn, 38(a39c ; tubwaehed, choice, 43(3)
44c; medium unwashed, combing and
delaine, 3i(ai-'c.
IlIIlKH AND TALLOW,
Hides-Dry flint, No. 1, 16c; No. 2,
iL'jo; dry sailed, iuj(4l-jc; green
palled, No. 1, 8Jc; No. 2. 7ic. Sheen
skins, lSctajfl. Beeswax, 20c. Tallow,
4C.
NHINSJ AMD rVUH,
Deerskins, 18c; bear, $1(3)7; mink.
1540c; coon, hunter handled, 16(3)
uue; country bandied, lrQio(lc; other,
$1(3)6; beaver, 50c(3$7; wild cat, 15
026c; fox, 1675c) musk tat, 10c;
opossum, lOo: wolf. 60c(3i$2: skunk.
utyioc; pantnera, ouc(ui.
.PETHOI.KVH M4KKET.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, Vi(n)iuc per gallon,
Cleveland, 0.. November 30. Pe
troleum unchanged; s. w., 110 , 7Jc,
PiTTsnuno. Pa., November 30.
Petroleum active, excited and higher.
National transit certificates opened at
771c: niKtiest, 8Uc; lowest, 77ic; closed
at 78c.
W111S1KT, WISJKH, M)lIOIM, ETC'.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 oix0; redistilled goods Irora
85c to $160, according to proof; rye,
ft 7ot)tJ,
Chicago. III.. November 30. WblB-
ky, $1 is,
St. Louis, Mo. .November 30. Whis
ky steady, $1 13.
Cincinnati. O.. November 30.
Whisky active and firm ; sales of 1439
barrels of finished goods on a basis of
$1 13.
AGRICULTURAL MKEDS).
Sskds Clover, $5(3)5 25 per bushel ;
orchard grass, $1 60f3tl 60; herd's
graes, 60(a6Qc; rye, 65C!)70c per bo,
DBOSfl, PAIHTS AMD OILS,
Drdos Quinine, P. AW., os.,70o:
cans, 65c; New Yotk quinine, oz., 65c:
cans, 60c; B. A 8. qninlnf, ct, 65c:
csns,60c; morphine, P. AW.,Jo.,$2 35
os.; 1 os. vials, $2 10; Nea York mor
phine, J oz. $2 25 per ex.; 1 os. vials,
$2C5;cinchonldia, 1 oz. vials, 18c oz , 5
os. csns,13coz. ; g;im opinm,per pound,
$3 40; iodide ptitjsh, $2 60 ptr pound,
inclusive; subnitrats bismuth. $2 20
per pound, Inclusive; chloroform, 45c
pr p' tind ; blue mors, 43e perpound ;
a omnl, 700 per pound ; mercury, 70o
per poni.d; chloral hydrate, $1 60 per
pound ; camphor, 27c per pound; al
cohol, barrels, perga'lon, $-' 22; c.is
tor oil, bi rrels, per gal on, ft 42.
Paints and Oil White lead. Col.
llur's, 7Jc per pound; 600 pound lots,
M. I.oais niil New Orlrnns Anchor
Llno-I'.N Mstll-KUHMKW OHLKANS.
A. J. Cnrttir. master. !JWi
Will lenv-e the Klevator WKDN mmi, l)M.
1st, ftl liiii.m. For imijht r yi'Mn h ii I y
v. 11. 11 ai,!,, i-n-s. n ki. A i i nn i,
FOR CAI RO AN I) ST. U UI IS.
HI. I.ouls nnl New llrlMas Aurhat
l.lu-I.N. M Hll-CAIUO A 81. LtiUia.
City of Providence,
Qo. Carratl ...mosUr, ''KtSfM
Wtll lsavtha Klsratnr TnttltWDAV, Den.
2d, at ft i.m. For frciiiht or r""K l'l l
(.' h. HM Pn.s. Act. At) K'l'OHM, r.tip't.
FDR LO01SV1LLKA CINCINNATI
For Calm, Kvsniville. LouUvllU snd Cla
elnnntl I he elegaal steamer
OHIO,
M.M. Deem master, "!iUit4
Will lunve KK1DAV, Deo. Hi, t f p.m.
For freisbt or passeite apvly to O. VI. Htltj.
hhLLi, U. r. and X. A., U Miuiison street.
ionpn"ne czt. .ioiin a kr. fii
l''r AcmiI.
FOR IIKLENA A ST. FRANCIS R1V
i'or Helen snd HI. Francis Ulyer,
Str. Rene Macreadv rO
O. K. Jonlln mester.
Leaves for Helena KVKHT TUKSDAY aad
TUURbDAVet ft p. in. Leaves lor Helena
and St. Frsnoli river KVKHi UATUHDAI
at ft p.m.
The oaptaln reserves the right to paai all
landing he deems unsafe
JA8. LKB. Jl.,Bup',
1 Office, Nn. 4 Mndlnon street.
FOR TIITONVILI.K.
For Oseeola. Hales Point. Os.rnthers'rille.
Outoso snd Tliitonvllle The new tide.
srnenl pssnenger steamer
OIIESAIMiAKE, xK
W. P. Hall muter. I J. D. Fuller ..oler
win leare as shove, and all war point
KVKRY MONDAY aid THIIILkAaV
p.m. For I reirht or paMBiro apply on board
LKK LINK.
latt !, I'rinra foirtt umj rnxuitium
niia tfsrnuin raonti S'lxngvHnjr,
Kor Helena, etlnndtde, Frtar Fotot and al
Wav IianJ!iKHLaa,ukar
TaiiieH lice,
S. i. ULAUUU1T ftlaster.
Will leave as above on KVKKY MONDAY
wtDiMiauAX and fitlDAlf atfto'olook
For Randolph, Fntton, Oseeola an Waj
lianuias bteamer
J. II. COOPEH .3Uur.
Leaves Kverv MONIlAV. WKIlNKMDAV
and IT K1DA 1 at 6 p.m. The boats of thl
line reserve the riant to pass all landing
tne otpiain may aeein unsalt. uinoe. No.
ronnion sr., .Mflrrt l. r. n, J s . , tip I,
Arkansas lllror Fk't Co.
5tr. JUE PETERS, a5
si. ii. ouiuD .....masuir, ai.tisna
Leaves Memihia Kverr TUKHDAY, at6p.u
Stp.E. W.COLE,
Kd Nowland mastxr. mxvBirvmi
Leaves Monipnig verr HATUKDAk, 0 p.m.
For freight or passage afolr to
II. C. LOWK, Ai
OjJlijeNoSJIartisiYnstTn
A irent,
ne No. fa,
Memphis and Vlcksbarg Packet Com
pany u. K.JIlUl Lino.
For IleUna.Oonoordia, Terrene and Arkaa
sasuitv rue elegant passenger steamer
KATE ADAMS.
I. H. Chetr...master I W. C. Dlankor.. olerl
Leaves Memphis
MONDAY AND TIIUHBDA Y AT S P.M.
For Oonoordla and all way landings.
ine nteamer
OAIOMU,
A. u. nmnini, mast r Lew rnoe 1
Leaves Til KhDA V and HAX0RDAY at ft p.i
For veneral Information aunlv at
Mo. 4 Madison street.
K. WALWORTH.
J'.HV OARH.Vmi'i stent. Telephone M
Momphi8& White Uirer 1'kt.tv
For t'liirsindon, OvvhIIs ftlnlf,,
Ars, Augusta, Heuroy, Newport, jaoasoa-
Sort, liatesvllle and all Way Landings,
I It. CHICKASAW, - .!C
IV. W. rwsww ....luaviwr,
Will leave KVKKY WKDNKUDAY at 5 p.n.
Str. ALBERTA W. 3,
A neri ii. rim tn matter.
Will leave KVKKY BAIUHDAY at 5 p.m.
Through rates riven to all points. Freight
eonsigned to the Memphis and Whit Kivet
picket Co., at Memphis or Terrene, wtll be
forwarded promptly. For general informs.
tion apply at otttoe, do. a Madtson St., on
Cull Telephone M. II. if. LOW K, A't.
Koch's Pat. Store
sill EI.VINti tsaiJasUble to meet any need
or business. It la cheaper than old stvle. Can
be pot np by any one. Uoj(sslml for
raalry staid Hook n helve. Address
uocii a. n. von nrnh,
Sel StAIM ST.. PKOIIIA. ll.U.or.
Hlinoiuns' Hani war sm.,Ht. Lonls.Mo.
II at A Dig II A HTEIM FOK
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Roofln
'."ijra.
Fire, Wind, Water nml riKtilil
root. Suitable tor all kinds of buildings.
For prices aud e.tiuiaLn. a Tarttttrw ntte.
oall on or address
MUM PIUS MBTAL 4 WOOD UK 0 CO.,
its 410 Main it., and 21 A 23 Mulberry St.,
MEMPHIS. TKNN.
Ilaadmartnrs for iron Fenoes and Cresting,
UaevaalMdlroa Cornics.Xia. UcU AbtoTfi.
RIVERS AW STEAJIBOiTS
STE&lsKllt LEAVIKSJ
THIS DAY.
Friars PotnL...Jsaig Lag, 5 p. at
OfoeoIa.......Coiiioi, ft p.nv.
White Hiver... Cbicsasaw, ft p.ss.
THURSDAY.
Arkansas City......K at Amaa, t p.m.
Ttp'tonville Cagiuratgg, 6 p.m.
8t. Louis Cirrorraoviaa.xoa.iy.m;
MO KViIMM AT TH st LEVKK.
TtWs Iron Dake, OUio river;
Oolilea Rulp, Cnc'Dna'i; U.'lena.
New Orleans; Chickafaw, Whit
rivsr; Onyosi, Cnncordia; Henry A.
Tyler, St. Louis; Rens Macrtady, St.
Kianc s river.
Dpar!urr-Qofan Hn'f, Nsw Or
Issns; Butkeye Stats, Ciuolnnati;
Helens, New Orleans; Gayoso, Con
coniia; Iron Duk, Ohio river; Ren
Wacieaily, St. Franc ia river: Joa
raters, Arkansas river.
Boats in Port. Chickasaw.
Baau Dui Up, Jamea Ue. - ,
Boatt Due. Dotrn. City of Cairo,
Coahoma, City of New Orleaas. ;
Heclia Ttmlcrdnr.
Rene Macteady 303 I) ili a eotton,'
baas seed co.too and I7u4 ska cotton
seed. .
QayoEo 2 bales cotton, 51 baassoed
cotton and 381 aki ooitou auaJ. .
Cnii!kasaw-Kt)3 bales cotton and
t-Tirt sks cotton tefd.
lielaua 9tl bales cot!on, 14 ban
seed cotton, 10,314 sks cotton seed, IIS
bhds and 5"0 brls Sugar, 183 brls mo
lasses and CO pkgs auodrii a. '
FlirilUN SIWVKMKNTfa.
Tub City ol Cairo is ovarduo oa hir
way-to Vickiburn. . .
Tub City of New Orleans h due
down on her way to New Orleans,
TinCityof Trovidi nee will be up
tomorrow evaii p on her nay o
Cairo andS Low. 1 '
Tn Ka'e Adani'.Caot. Mark Cheek,
pes to Atkansas City tomorrow even
ing. Wm. Blanker is hor clvrk.
Tub Chefapoake, Oapt IJali, will
ltave here totnoirow eveuing for
Tiptonville. J. 1). Fuller is her clork.
Tub Chiekaiaw, Capt. HJ. PosUl,
leaves this eveining for Jho1 Sjnport
snd all wav lamtintis on Whits river.
Mr. O. M. Postal is her clerk.
Thb James Lee, Capt. Clagirftt,
is the mail uauket leaving-ihls evuinv
for lloleua, Frian' Toiiit aud all way
landings. Mr. Wm. Ashford is her
clerk.
Tu a Coahoma. Cant, llotirv Cnnnnr.
is tliH Lea Line packet leaving this
evening for Hold Dust, O ceo'a and
all way points ou the ujnar const.
Win. Smither is her clerk.
OKNE.HAI. MEWS).
Tabtly cloudy.
VlINESS good.
Packets' on timo.
Rivin still rising.
Tuhbb boats leaving today.
Mij. John D.' Adams wai in tha
city yesterday.
Till City of Natches will ha rlna
from New Orleans tomorrow.
Tub Oliver Bleme did not take the
cotton that was .ready for her at
Helena.
' Tin Rone Macrssdv TeshlnwHi 108
bales of cotton at Helena for New
Orleans. .. v. . .
Tub Granite State, for this port, and
the Paris C. Brown, for New Orleans,
are to leave Cincinnati this evening.
Tub river at this point rose two feet
during the twenty four boars eudlng
at noon yesterday. ...,. .1
Thb river is at a very low stag, at
St. Louis, and a sadden cold snap
would frecss the Mississippi at that
point. .
Tub Joe Fetors for Arkaasns river,
Rene Macready for St. Frsnola river
and Gayoso for St. Francis river bad
fair trlpa out.
IlBNiir Skaman still attends to Ihe
freight dipariment on the big
Helens. IU is as clever aud aooqm
inudatipg as ever, '
Cait. Ukniiy O. L')wa, tha popular
and obliging steamboat agent, returned
yesterday from Little Rock, where ho
had been ou busintes.
Tub tng James O'Oonner, while
towing a coal Hat nb the river yester
day morning, met with an aocldent
by which her shaft was bent and a
fluke was broken off ber wheel. She
Hosted down into Tennessee chute
hef.rre she was cangtit by the tug
N.M.Jones. She was landed at the
foot of Beale street.
KIVKRfl AND WKAfHEB.
Okficb Siosal Sbbvicb, U. S. A.,1
Mbuphis, November 30, 1 p.m.
The followinn observations are taken
at all stations named at 76 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Memphis time:
Ab ve Low I
STATION.
Water.
Feet.
23
"ii)"
1
1
1
10
"3"
3
4
11
16
14
2
"r
4
16"
8
lUths
Change,
Rise
lOlbei
.24
13
38
"5"
9
"3"
to
43
9
1
20
Fall
lOthi.
Cairo -
Chattanooga ....
Cincinnati
Davenport
Dubuque
Fort Smith-,...
Helena
Keokuk
La Crosse -
Laven worth...
Little Rock
Iouisville
Memphis
Nashville
New Orleans....
Omaha J
Pittsbnrg
Ht, Louis
St. Paul
Shreveport
Vlcksbnrg -
Frosen.
Evansvillb. Ind.. November 30.
Night River 24 foet on the gauge and
falling. Weather olondy and cold.
WiiBBLiita. W. Va November 30.
Noon River 10 feet 6 inches on the
gauge and filling. Weather snowing.
PirraBOBa,PA.,Novimber 30. Noon
River 5 feet 6 inches on the gauge
and stationary. Weather mild and
raining.
Cincis n an, O., November 30. Noon
River 39 feet 3 inches on the gauge
and falling. Weather cloudy; ther
mometer 37; snow last night.
New Oblbahs, La., November 30.
Night Arrlvsdi R. S. Hayea and
barges, St. Lonis. Departed : Chas. P.
Chouteau, Memphis; R. 8. Hayes and
barges, St. Louis.
tUino. III.. November 30. Noon-
River 23 et 8 inches on ths gauge and
Tiding. eamercionay anu coiu. ar
rived: Arkansas vuy, vicasonrg,
..tu. No departure of regular pack
et ,
fAcisviLLB. Kr.. Novoraber 30.
Noon River rising, with 11 feet 4
ni'.hi s n the cana and W Lt i mcnee
on the falls. Weather cloudy; three
Inches of snow fell 'sH night. Busi
ness fair.
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