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MEINU'TTIH DATLY AtHEAL THIJKSDAY, nFrPMKr.? 1G, 18&G
FOAM AM COMM.
MOSET 8 PER CEST., XETt YOBX
fftttoi (Jaiet-Middling, 9 CenU
StUes lesterdaj, 1300
Money is in pretty Active demand
mi 8 per oent. Finances are easier, owing to
tbetalet and movement of cotton. Loca'
i ecuritiei are ttrong. The cotton market i
quiets middling, o. Bales, 13C0 balei. At
KewYork tpott were dull and eaay; mid
dling. 9c. Future! tteady and 10 to 13
point lower: December, 9.379.S8o.
Aleadiog New York cotton circular layt
( tbe tpeculativ market! A ibarp rela
tion followed jetterday'i flurry, and the
market went off tome 15 pointi with a trifle
gteadier at the oloie, though no positive
atrength. Tbe break was a partial reflection
from Wall street, as the almost panicky feel
ing in stocks always oreatef a Tory gtringe't
money market and foreshadows considerable
difficulty in tae matter of exchange.
At New Orleans gpotg were dull; mid
dling, 9,o. Futures quiet and 7i38 pointi
lower; December, .079.08o.
At Liverpool soot were quiet, fair In
quiry ; middling, 6Hd. Futures dull; De-eember-January,
8 11-64 1 buyers.
The general market presents a quiet
Fifteen brl" apples, 44 pkgs but'er, 3r0
Eoll bagging, IS pkgs boots and shoes, 5252
u corn, 02 pkirs cheese, 2 ski coffee. 5 cars
eotton seed, 51ii8 ski ootton seed, 38 pkgs
dry goods, 13 pkgs eggs, 1175 brls flour, 919
bales ha", 88 pkgs bats, 1 bd borsei and
mules, tW.OOO ft lumber, 52 kti liquors, 20
brls molases, 5110 kegs nails. 75 brls pota
toes, 186 brls sugar, 140 pkgs tobacco.
The following show tbe amount of grain
received, withdrawn and in store by regular
levators, as reported to the Merchants7 Ex
ehange yesterday: Wheat received, 1175 bu;
in store, 22)0 bu. Corn received, 2921 bu;
In store, 7837 bu. Oats received. 2025 but
withdrawn, 728 bu; in store, 228,3G3bu.
awr" Dnily liiitatloB or Cotton
Oil Trnxla Hurt Mew York Kx
chanire Stock nre open lo tbosje
lutereiateit, at my flic.
JOIOT X.. NOKTOiS
STOCKS AND BONDS
21 fiudibon St., Memphis, enrj.
Money in peUy active demand at 8
Iter oent. The Clearing House report is aa
Wednesday, Dee. 15, 'to t 68,2!)4 52
Thui fr this week l.Sl,81fi 97
Same time last week 1,001,822 73
Corresponding timo in '85 ,.., 995.907 18
Corresponds time in '84 1,239,089 30
Wednesday, Deo. 15, '86 $ 129,316 13
Thus far this week 331,755 66
Same time last week 174,704 92
Corresponding time in '85 211,718 15
Corresponding time in '84 226,251 37
New York sight on all points, H discount
buying, par selling; New England demand.
H disc untbujing; New Ens-land sight, '
discount; New Orleans, -H discount bujing,
PSr'e'"ng- BANK STOCKS.
Bank of Commerce 148 bid, 150 a ked
First National 100 bid, 105 askel
German Bank 19! bid, 2(0 asked
State National 147 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters 156 bid, ... asked
Mercantile Bank 135 bid, ... asked
Bluff City 105 bid, ... asked
Hernando 103 bid, ... asked
Home 77 bid, 80 asked
Memphit City 111? bid, ... asked
Peoples 80 bid, 85 asked
Phoenix.... 100 bid, ... aked
Planters - 110 bid, asked
Vanderbilt 25 bid, 30 asked
Arlington 35 bid, ...ashed
Factors 30 bid, ... asked
Shelby Connty warrant 90 hid, 98 asked
M. A C. R. R. shares 57 bid, ... asked
ft. & T. R. R. tharoi 45 bid, 50 asked
M. k 0. consols, 7s 121 bid, ... asked
M. k L. R. 1st m. 8s 105 hid, ... asked
MIfs. A 1 . R. R. cs. A 113 bid, ... asked
Miss. A T. R K o B 103 bid, 11)6 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. D 96 bid, ) asked
Tcnn, wts. ser E to J 85 bid. 90 asked
Shelby County 6 108 bid, 110 asked
Taxing District 4, G? li 0 bid, ll'l asked
Taxing District 6s 106 bid, 1(7 a-keJ
Memphis Has bonds 114 bid. ... asked
Memphis Wator bonds 1H) hid. ..." asked
HanauerO'l Works 60 bid, 7a ked
Am. Cot. Oil tru ts M hid, 9 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills bid, 32 asked
Mompbis S'or. Com Co.loO'.j bid, 132V4 asked
Memphis tins stock 77 bid, 8U nsked
Masonic Temple bonds. 63 103 bid
Cot. Fx li'ldf, 6s 104 hid, 106 asked
Ala. A Tenn. I. & C 115 bid, 118 asked
Tenn. Vailey I. at R. H 47K bid, ;0 asked
NEW YORK, Deeerabr 15. -Money on call
was extremely strui.g with an active demand
ranging from li' p. r oent. per annum to
percent per diem and interest The last
loan was mane at per cent, and interest,
closing offered at Js and intorest. Prime
mercantile paper 4 5. Sterling exchange
dull but firm at 480 for Iixty day bills and
48314 for demand.
Bunds Government bords were dull and
Weak. State bonds were dull and steady.
Stocks Over I,0t0,0"0 shares was the total
business in stocks today, which has never
betore been equaled in the history of the
Exchange, and but seldom approaohed. The
panicky feeling developed in some 0' the
low priced shares in the past two days
emend to the more substantial stocks, and
the pressure to sell exceeded anything ever
aeen in the board room, 'ihe bears began
tbe attack at tbe 01 ening, but orders to tell
for bo'h s dea of the account were over
whelming, th only desire seeming to be to.
get out. Demn as for more margin! re
mained unanswered, and closing out lain
were a large paopirtion of the busi
ness done. The attendance at tbe board
was greater than ever seen betore, and
every broker nearl had order' to sell at the
market. The excitement was intense, tie
feeling bordering closely opon panic. The
foreign, buying aided to chook the first de
cline betore the end of the first hour, but the
pres'ure was ngaiu renewed and stookt
which had held up well under the first slump
then gave way wi'b a ru-h. Toward tbe end
o1 the session both bulls and bean beoame
alirmed at the magnitude ot tbe decline and
buying ord rs were freely given out, result
ing in a marked recovery over the entire list.
It was also report id that several influential
operators, who hive boon endited of lute
with a desire to ee a mater at decline, hd
begun to buy. These induced a free cover
ing of sales which helped the final rally. The
money market worked extreme v hard, the
rate running upeshighasVa pointier day
and interests The New England deal was
one of the chief features, the selling of the
Boston interest being renewed with spirit
this morning, which trovokod short sales by
the New York element and ibe stock broke
very badly. Reading, alio, notwithstanding
the publication tf the plan of reorgmiiation,
broke In point. Other heavy deolines were
made by 1'ennessee 0 al, Pniladelphia gai
and Richmond and West Point. Only one
failure was anm unced on the board,
although rumors of others were thick at one
time. The delivery hour pa'sed with no
further announcement of that nature, and a
much better feeling twk posse sion of the
room. Tbe opening wai extremely weak,
declines from last evening'! figures exceed
ing 1 per cent for a large number ol the
active stocks, whilo Raiding wai down 1
The transacti ni fur tbe fir.t two hours were
enormous. The sales for the first fifteen
minutes approximated 175,000 shares; for the
first hour 350,000, and up to noon 620,000
ahares bad ohanged bands Declines in the
first few minutes ranged np to 6 per cent.
Toward the and of the first boar a (light
rally occurred, the grangers, trunk lines
and Union Paoifio displaying considerable
atrength. Tbe market wis ieverlah and ir
regular, however, and another slump
Hon followed. New England and
Heading leading trie deoline. Ihe
extreme let'vity waa largely decreaied
after 12 o'otuek, aoonnnanied by slight re
eoverin in some stocks. The downward
movement, however, waa again resumed,
Manhattan a turning the lead. In the last
hour a general rally took place aud ma enal
advances ver tbe lowest figurxs were re
corded. The mat ket ol, sed active but firm
at the recovery. The se es of the day were
1.088 434 sh4 ei.ot which Reading ft rnished
181,(65; Lark wana, 1U2.940; St. Paul, 70.
000; Weat-rj Ui. ion, 82,565: New England,
54,830. and v.ry large busines, in the re
mainder of the list. Jtiter Central is the
only stock on 'he aoiive list showing an ad
trance, its gain lor tie day being per ornt.
New England li st 8V4, West Point 6, Rcad
ing5H, Manhattan and Tennessee Coal and
Iron 5 per oent each, Omaha 4, Missouri
Peoifioa1!, 1 anaO Southern B'., l,ackawao
na3'4. H okiug Valiey 37,, Paoifio Mail 3tf.
stiohigan Dental 3, and the others
from 1 to i per cint, rleUroad bondi
were oomp eiely overshadowed by
the excitement in the there market and
with the exception of a few speculative
issues, the trading was devoid of interest.
Erie second consols, Atlantic and Pacifio
Incomes, Fort Worth and Denver rt-,
Denver and Rio tirande 4s, Hocking Vailey
consols and Texas Pacific income trust re
ceipts absorbed tbe entire interest. Among
bonis prices, however, sympathised e'-oeely
with the movement in stocks, and with one
or two Fxreptioas were weak throughout the
day. Hocking Valley 5s lost 2, at83; Den
ver and Kio Grande 4s 2. at 76; Houston
and Tens seconds 3, at 9(1; Indian!, Blnom
iogton and VV estern tints 2, at 91 : the East
ern division 6s 2, at 90; New York Tentral
6s 4',, at 101; Ontario and Western first 2.
at lu5; N'ckel Plate seconds 3, at 96, and
Texas Pacific income trust receipt. 3, at 59,
Tbe total tales of stocks today were 1,188,
5."4 shares, including Canada Southern, 26.
975; Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
102.940; fielaware and Hudson. 7907; Erie,
61,675; Kansaa and Texas, 18,725 ; Lake
bbore, 36,075; Louisville a"d Nafhville, 47,
8JJ; Missouri Paoific, 11,699: New Jersey
Central, 32,490; New York Central, 18,i8f;
Northorn Pacifio, 4390; Ohio and Miisi-aippi,
10,195; Pa iOo iail, 14,895; Peorii, Docatur
and Evansville, 3950; Reading, 181,0tvi; St.
Paul, 7',610; bt. Paul and Omaha, 16,6V);
Texas Paoifio, 19,9311; Union Pacific, 35,600;
Western U; ion, 82,665; Wabash Paoific,
34U; Northern Pacific peeierred, 12,50u:
Oregon Trsnsoontinental. 14,310; Kicbinond
and W.st Point, 11.900; Hooking Valley, 25,
585. Closing quotations :
U. S. S, Wi.
4s, coup, 110.
4s, coup, 128'.
Pacific 61 of 1895,123.
La. stumps, 4a, 80. Missouri 6s, 1(2.
Cent. Pao. lsU.ll i. Den. k KM. lu,118,
D.R.G.W.lsts,75. Erie2ds, 97H-
M. K 4T.Gn.6,99. North. Pae.lsts, ll'K.
North.Pae.2ds. 1(13. N. Western con. 138.
N. West. deb.5s, 1H7. 8t.L.S.F.Gen.M.,112H
St. Paul eon, 131H- St.P.C.4P.lU,119.
T.P.land grnt,6l. T.P.R G.ex oou,"54.
U. P. 1st. 116. West Shore-KW,.
Tenn. 6s, set' nit, !fl. lenn.5s,set'mt, 100.
Adami Express. 136. MnrrisAE.. o4"d.l28.
Allegheny Cent'l,. Nashville AC. 709.
Alton 4 T. H 33. N.J. Central. 5ra.
A. k T.U.,pld., 81. Nor.A W.tld.47a.
Amerioaii Ex.. 106. Northern Pao. .27.
B. C. R. k N, 65. Northern Pao ptd, 60,
Canada rao., m-i. V.k ft.w .,111
Canada Sou.. 59Xi. C.4 N.W.pfd ,5:.
Central Pacific, 44. N,Y. Central, 111.
Chesapeake AO. ,9. N.Y.C.A St.L.,12.
C. k 0. 1st pfd, 17. N.Y.C.4 St L.pfd,24.
C. k O. 2d pfd.9?a. Ohio Central,.
Chioago A A.,140. Ohio A Miss. ,27.
C. A A. ptd, UK) O.A Miss. pfd, 9uK
C, B. k Q , 134. Ontario A West,, IS.
0., St. L. k N.O., Oregon Nav., 101.
0., St.L k P., 16. Oregon Trans.. 31.
C.St.LAP.pfd, 37. Oregon Imp., 35.
0. S. k 0.. 47. Paoifio Mail, 47.
C. k C, 63. Panama, 98.
C. k U. Valley. 32. Peoria D A K.,27.
Del. k Hud., Wfi. Pittsburg, 148.
Del.,L. A WS 13a. Pullman r'.a.,136.
Den. A Rio , 31. Reading, S'M.
Erie, 33. Rock Island, 121.
Erie Pfd, 69. St.L. A S.F.,29.
New East Tenn.. 14-St.L. AS.K. nfd. 59.
at.ii.dt a.r. nip, 11a.
fort Wayne, 143
C. M. A St. P., 90.
Hannihal A St. Jo.. (I. M.A Ht.P.. n. 117
li A St. Jo., pfd, .
6t. v., ni. x m in.
Houston A T., 37
Illinois Central, 130.
Ind.,B. A W.,16
Kansas A T., 30.
Lake K. A W..15.
Lake Shore, 92.
Lou. A Nash., K.
Lou. A N. A., 5i.
M. AO. 1st pfd,-.
M. A C. seconds. .
ms . 11 le
St.PaulA Omaha. 45.
St. Paul A O. pld, 111
Aeuu.'oaitK ijun, u?.
Texai Pacific, 20.
Union Pacific, 61.
U. S. Express, 62
W., S. L. kP.,V.
W.A F. Ex.. 127.
W. U.Tel., 70.
Colorado Coal, U.
Home Stake, 14.
Iron hilver, .
jTiau,. k vuar shj.
Min. A St. L. nfd.401. Quicksilver. 6.
Missouri Paoifio,106. Quicksilver pfr. 25.
Mobile A Ohio, 13. South Pacific,.
M. L. S. A W., 66. Sutro, .
LONDON, Deoembor 15, 4 p.m. Consols,
100 for money and lot) 11-16 for tbe account.
United States bonds, 4s, 131Ta! 4s, 113.
PARI, Deoember 15. Three per oent.
rentes, 83f 92c for the account.
NEW ORLEANS, December 15.-Bank
clearings today, f2, 184, 346.
CHICAGO, ILL., December 15. Bank
clearings today were $9,193,0110.
BALTIMORE, MO., De'emher 15.-Bank
clearings today were 12,303,737; balances,
NEW YORK, December 15. Bank olear
ings today were 1153,012,494; balances, ,-
BOSTON, MASS., December 15.-Bank
clearings today wore $15,422,416; balances,
PHILADELPHIA, PA., December 15.
Bank olearings today were $10,9S7,6o5; bal
ances, $1,4' 9,963.
Th ocH citton ratrknt openpj
firm and closed quiet; middlinr, 9c. Sslei.
I'.M biles, including 200 last evening, 200 to
exporters and 1100 toipinrers.
Ordinary Nom. Nom
Good Ordinary 8 8
Low ik'iddiiog 8!i t
Mid ling 9 9
Good Middling 9 9
Middling lair 9 9
Fair Nom. Nim.
Stains and tinnes 8i3! 838
MgMPnis, December 15, 1S86.
Stock, Sept. 1st, 18S6 4 0o9
Received today 4.818
Keoeivad previously 415,789 424,696
Shipped today 4,742
Shipped previously 271,321
Home consumption to date... 357 276,423
Stock, running account 118,273
Thus far this week 20,957
Thus far last week 10,(iii8
Since September 1st 420,087
M. A C. R.R
M. A T. R. R
L. AN. R. R
M. A L R. R. R
C., O. A S. W. R. R
L.,N. AT. M. R
K. C, SAM. R.R
M., 8. A. R. 11
Wagoni and other sources
Total " 4 898
Thus far thit week 21,311
Thus far last week 18,066
Since September 1st 276,(66
M. A C R. R 7S7
M. A T. R- R 261
L. A N. R. K 1,350
C, O. A S. W. R. R 1.114
New York spots opened iteadyand closed
dull and easy; middling, 9o. bales, 166
bales. Quotations were as follews :
8 3 16
10 7 16
New York futures opened easy nd
closi d ready and 10 to 13 points lower thin
yest rday. Sales, 13.5,200 bales. The closing
quotations were as follows :
9.37(9 9 38 9.5114 9 53
9.42'H 9.41 9.5I4 9 to
. 9.5401 9.55 9.60$ 9.07
9.IW9 9.67 9.77 ." 9.78
9.77(3 . 9 87(3 9 88
9.87' 9.88 9 97'! 9 98
9 97(9 9.98 10 O7i'10 08
10 IfxalO 16 10.1H(10 17
Orleans spot market opened
olosed dull: midrllinir. U4n.
Sale, 2000 bait. Quotations were at follows:
Good M ddling
Tbe New Orleans future market opened
easy and olosed quiet and 7 to 8 po'nti
lower. Hale, 31,890 bale. Quotations were
9.07 t 9.08
9 I5' 9.16
9 24 4 9.25
9 t- 9.37
9 4 9 44
9 60J 9 61
9 8J(d 9.83
9.81(4 it 85
9.&4 9 33
.444 9 45
9 IW4 9 .V)
9 67;i 9.68
9 78H 9 79
9 84 9 90
Feb u .ry...
DAILY PORT ANOINTKHIOrt MARKETS
lone. Ro. i Prioea.i Stock
Ssva' nab ..
Charl eton ...
New York . .
Receipt! at D rn. this
Jieciipu at poiti, thil day
7,430 9 124.1J7fi
16,967 9 356,813
1.2 St, 9 3 .498
4.UV2 9 ,17,413
4.120 9 TIS-
I,2ii4 9 21,279
8157 9 57.776
4'X) 9 13,279
3-5 9 11-16
Vii 15 IV)
2 W 9 59.894
1.167 8 .. . .
day. 186 4n fii
, 1885 34.06
ReoeipU U. State
port, 5 days
Export Gt Britain
ReoeipU Sept. 1st.
Foreign export. ..
3,108.646 S,(M,193 3.224,620
Increase in receipt this year 9,353
Ac noon: Live-pool ,pots qoiot. fair in
quiry, .-a'es, lU.OWl balei. o which Amer
ican 7300 bales. Ke-eipt., 18 6,0 bales, of
which American It, too billet.
Closing quotations were as follows: Or
dinsry, 4?-d; good ordinsry, 4 ll-linl ; low
middling, 5 l-16d; good middling, fV'-xJ;
middling uplands, 5d; middling Orleans,
I The prices ere gtrrn in tuner and (4iht,
thun: 4 03 Means 4b3-61ii; and 501 nicaris
5 1 (4d.)
At noon: Liverpool 'utures were
dull; Deoemlier, 5 IRi; December Januarv,
1 .lanuary -February, 5 14 tils I; Feb-
ruarv-March. 6 I5.a5 13l: 'rcb-April, 5 16
M515d; April-May. 518d: May-June, 5 2"d ;
June-July, 5 21(45 22d; July-August, 5 2.VJ
At2i'.m: Liverpool future were easy;
December, 5 13d, valne; Ueoember-J in
uary, 5 12d, sellers; January-February. 51;d,
seller; Fehruary-March, 5 13d, sailors;
Msrch-April,515d, sellers; April-May, 5 lid,
sellers ; May-June. 5 19d, sellers; June-July,
5 21d. value; Jiily-August, 5 2Vi, buyer.
At 5 p.m.: Liverpool futures were dull;
Deceiiiber. 5 131, tellers; December-January,
5 lid. buyers; Januarv-February,
5 lid, buyers; February-March, 5 1-1 , tint;
March-April, 5 13d, buyers; April May,
5 ld, tujeie; Mty-Jui.e, 5 18 1, tellers;
June-July, 6 20d, buyers; July-August,
6 23d, tellers
CORNMEAL Standard, $2 202 25; pearl,
$1 25'-3 -5; roller, 82 45.
HAY Choice, from ttore, 75c; car load
from levee or depot. $14; prime, fr ni store,
70c; car load from levee or depot, $12 5'V 3;
prairie, f nm ttore, 4 c; cur load fiom leveo
or depot $8 . il.
OliRN r'rom tiore, white, 5'c; mixed,
49c. fr iin levee or depot; white, in bu k, 44c;
in sacks, 47o; mixed, in bulk, 42c; in sucks,
OATS From storo, vhito, 89c: mixed, 37c;
from levee or depot, white, in bulk, 33c; in
suets, 3'ic; mixed, in l ulk, 31c; in sacks,
BH AN From ttore, 90o; from levee or de
FLoU R-From store, No, 3, $3(33 25; fam
ily, $3 6W3 75; choice, $4 : fancy, $1 25; ex
tra fane, $1 50; ptont,$5 25
BEANS Nvy, 52; medium, $1 50i31 75;
Common, $2 25.
I'lCE Louisiana, 44c; Carolin , 59
OKACKERS-So 'a, extra, 4o; toda, tr bio
extra, 4c; extra, 7c; ginger snaps, extra,
5c; assoitod jumbles, lOo
OATMEAL In half-barrels, S23 25, from
CRACKED WHEAT-Inhalf-barrell,$4 25
HOMINY AND GRITS From ttore, $39
ST. LOUIS. M0., December 15.-Flour
quie t and steady t XXX, $2 5042 60; family,
$2753290; choice, $1 2"J 30; ncy, $.1 So i
365; extra fancy, $3 804; patents, 14 15(4
4 50. W heat active, but easier ; the mat ket
opened weak and !o lower; ruled easy and
foil off sharply on reports of tbe break in
stocks at iNew York; later rallied (4c,
but closed easy, and v'mJc lower than e
terday; No. 2 red, cash, 7Jc; December,
79c January, 79liiSMo. dosing at79'i,o;
February, 813-K82c, closing at Bl"c; Miiy,
Jt9j(t7H. closing at WstBee. Com weak
ar.d Ao lower; No. 2 mixed, cash, 354 4
S5?-sOt DeOfmber, 35c; January, 3 Jc;
February, 36',(i.')0?w, closing at 30'-,c; May,
39(9400, closing at M'.'ic Oats quiot 1 ut
hrui and 4Ho higher; No. 2 mixed, deli,
li64(929o; December, 2So bid; January,
28o bid; Febiuarv, 29',c bid; Miiy, 31c bid.
Rye firm, 50) bid. Barley neglected. Hay
dull and wank; urairie, $8(tll ; timothy, $11
(913 50. Flaxseed Luminal at 9b. Bran
about steady at 70o. Corn meal firmer at
$1 9S. Receipts-Flour, 3000 brs; wheat,
9000 bu ; corn, 27,000 bu : oats, 16,000 bu ; bar
ley, 16,000 bu; rye. 1000 bu. Shii ments
Flour, 5oo0 bu; wheat, 1000 bu; corn, 20,000
bu : oats, low bu: rje, 2"00 bu ; barloy, none.
Afternoon board. VVne-it strong ani 5-0
beuer. Corn n'lSV.c higher. Out !s3'c
CHICAGO, ILL , Derember 15.-The de
prestion in railroad stoikt and the excite
ment on the New York Stock Exchange bad
its ( ffect upon the course of prices for cereals
on thil uarket, but there whs a railvtoward
the close of the trading in the afternoon,
which left values about t.ie lame as yes tor
cay, while provisions were stronger and
higher; lLe ! ening in wheat was Vc lower,
but rallied o, Influenced romewbat by a
decline in oonsuls, sironiter Europetin uinr
kets and tbe advance in provuions. Tbe
a noin t of wheat on ocean passage iaireast-d
400,000 bushels, and the break in stoi ks
caused a weaker feeling, wuich caused May
to drop from8icto 84c, rallied again to
85o, but loll i ff ugain to 84. On the after
noon board thorc was a sharp ra ly to 84 ',0,
when the murket rested for the day. The
corn market was influenced souieehat by
wheat, w.th ihe trading light and mainly of
a local character. May delivery fluctuated
botween 42o sill 42c and c osed at 42'-..
Toe receipt were fairly large, tad the
estimated reoeipls tor trui..rrow were nm .It
er. Outs were qu'et, nnd prices showed lit lo
change. Cash quotations were us luilows:
Flour unchanged. No. 2, spring wheat,
7oo; No 3, spring wheat, 71o; No. 2 red
wbeit, 70Uc; No 2 oorn, 36c; No. 2 oat ,
26o; No. 2 rse 54c; JVo. 2 barloy, 52',c;
No. 1 II ixseid, 9c; priuie timothys ol,
$1 81. The le'.ding future runned as fol
lows: Wheat, N . 2 December opened ut
77c, highest 77o, lowest 75;4o, rlos. nKat"6i';
Jamury opened at 77l',c, uigbost i7'-mC, low
est 76'l8o, closing at 77 ; February opened
at 78o, bigheH 78c, lowe-1 77 1 o. CP s.n
ttt7b!c; May opened at 84c, higuett to.'.c,
lowest 81c, clus n ut 84S-40. Corn. No. 2
Dooember opeued at 3tvjio, highest 3v4C, low
est 30:c, cosing ai. 30;Nc; J nil ry opened
at 36; o, highest 37o, lowest Kiiau, closing
at St'iJuc: Fehrutry opened at 37:,'hc highest
37,'io, lowest 37' c, nlosinu; at 37''4c; May
opened ut 42;4C, tiigbest 42JM0, lowest, 42!-..;C,
closing ai. 42-i4C Oats, No. 2 Dece-oher
opened at 25:, bigbost 25c, lowest 2''4C
closing at 254C; January opened at 2i'.rc,
big lest 25o, lowest ivio, closing ut 21)40;
M. y ipened at Slr'.c, highest 3oJc, lowe-t
304C, cb img at 3&c. Keceipts Ktour,
34,009 brls: what. 118,0(10 bu: oorn, 276,000
bu; oats, 216 lioo bu; rye, 6900 bu: barley,
86,000 bu. Shipments Kiou', 14,010 brls:
who t, 5(Ki0 bu; coru, 3s,000 bu: outs, 44,
000 bu; rye, 2 sjQ bu; barley, 31 000 bu.
BL'TTER-Butterine, 13a!4c; creamery,
30(fli5o; dairy, 18422c; country butter, 154
HOG PRODUCTS Mess pork, $11(41160;
tuaar cured hams, 104lo'ic; breakfast ba
con, 8-(f9t; clear rib sides bacon, 7c;
bacon shoulders, ; bulk pork clear sides,
6c; clear rib tides, 6c; shoulders, 5r4.'o;
long c ear, 5c.
JLARD TbTces. 6o; half-barrels and
kegs, rtwcj choice kettle, 7,' to.
FKEH MEA IS liecf, lorequarters, 4
So; mutton, 4 i6c; hind quarters of beet, 4 '4
6o ; bogs, 6 47c.
POLLTKY-Chickens dull; tpring, l2:
old bent, $2. Turkeys, SMI i. Geese, $1(44.
Ducks, tl iXro dres ed chickens, 81 . U .42 0
per dosen ; dressed turkeys, 8'410c pir pound.
GAME Quits, per d ion, Ml 2). Squir
rels, $1. riniibitt, 6ic(si31 perdoten. Dunks,
wild, $1 50(o2 60. Venison, who. e, 5c; sad
dles, 8(4. 0c.
CilEKSE Prime flats, 8'49o: New York
factory, 7'8o; full oream, 13 'no; Young
PIGS FEE T Barrell, $3 25; half barrels,
$1 25; kegs. $1 25.
81. LOUIS. MO., December 15.-Provlsioni
more active, firm and higher all around.
Poik very strong at $11 62ail 75. Lard
strong at $11104615. Bulk meats lining;
loose loti long clear sides, $5115: short rios.
$75; short clear, $5 DO; lioxed lots long
clear sides, )txl4Dt)o; short ribs, o 7o:
abort clear. $5 90. Bhcou firmer; long c.ear
sides, ill 60: short ribs. 88 75: short clear.
86 87. 11 ii iin firm at 9'tullc. Butter
steady; creamery, 24jji,c; dairy, Jo23o.
Ems firmer ai 21c.
CHICAGO, ILL., December 15.-The re
ceipts ol live boss at the stock yards were
mailer than usual ai.d thil made shor in
provision amicus to cover. Mess pork
ooened at $11 75 for Mar deliverv. rose to
$12 02, and closed In the latest trading at
$1190. l.aro advanced 67o. but lost the
advance, hnoit ribs advanced Kuoloc, re
ceded 547c end olosed stead'. Cash quoti
tions were a follows: Mess pork, per brl,
11 20(3(411 30; lard, per 100 lbs , $6 10 4
612: short rib tides. I ose. $' 65(5 7o: drv
tailed shoulders, boxed. 14 75"4 80; short
O ear sides, boxed, $6 056 10. Ihe lead
ing lutures ranged a- follows) Mess p. rk
December opened at $11 2i. h:hest $1140,
lowest $11 2U, closing at $11 25 January
opened at ill 3o. highest ill 52Vi. lowest
$11 30, closing at $11 4(1 1 Februar opened at
$11 50, highest $11 65, owest $11 45, olos
nga $11 M; Mat opened at $11 75, higbett
I 2 02, lowest $11 75. closing at $11 90.
Lard December owned at $6 15, highest
$0.15. lowest $6 12, olosingat$6 15; J . nu
ary opened .t $6 20, hisbest $6 25, lowest
$6 17, oloiluc at$n 20; February opened at
$6 27, hig eitt6 32Hi lowest $25, closing at
$6 27: May upaued at $6 55, high st $6 55,
lowesieo u, viusin i n- ej ov cnri rio Jan
U4rv,lMned at io 6.. riuh, at 15 7.5. In.M.f
$.5 m,. closing at ii 7u; Fenrua y untried at
l 8o. h'ghesi $ 81, lowest $5 7;. 0 o ing at
$5 77; M rci on nil at $5 87, bighe t
.!, ioe-i m-A,,. closing at lti. On
tbe Produce r xchjugi tod iy the butter
mrket was firmer; or. amerv, 22'27c;
d.iiry, 18&25c. Kvks fresh. 23(424o.
6UGAR Pure white, 6o; ofT white, 5'4ct
yellow rlar bed, 6V4o; seconds, 6(4c;
r-lined A, 6cj6; gruuulated, 6c; planta
tiun srmuiaied. b'ne; poadcred, 7'7o;
cut loaf, 7-7l,o.
OA 1ES t cks, a'lriioi. In boxet, pailt
ai d bnrr. ls,7J9o.
tOFFEE C.mmon, 13JHC; ordinary,
14o; prim Rio, 16 !(; choice to fancy,
17c; old government, 24'i26o.
S0aP-S5i I or pound.
SALT 4)1 20 per barrel; sacks, fine, $1 S
(tl 45; coarse, $1 10X31 15; pockets, bleached,
2V7o: ear loadi from levee or depot, 6o
CANNED GOOD", ETC. Prices per dn
en: Pineapp ea. $1 25.41 50: peaches, 2-lb,
standard, $1 15(1 25: seoonds. $1(41 10: tn
matoes, 2-lb, s snilsrd, 9iVm$1 : 3-lb. I1-.4
1 15; strnwberriil. $1 loojl 25: raspberries,
$1 10(31 25: blackberries, $:. lu; green
gages, $1 601 65; pott s, 9242 25; p urns,
Si 6114I 70; asparagus, $2 tWi4; green corn,
8U41 3i; are n peas, $1 V- tl 65; cove oys
ters, full weight, l-'b, $1; cove ouster.., full
weiaht, l ib, $1 75; cove rysters, light
w ight, 1-lb, 60c; cove oysters, light weiaht,
2 )l, $1 10; condensed mi k-Crown, $ 75..J
5 S5; Eagle, $7 75 Swiss, $5 75.
nLAbSKs Lou nana, e mmon to fair.
18 '25c; prime to choice, new, 4tMM5c; syiup.
20.4l(ic; common to fair. 204. 5c: iri-r to
0 oioe, 2Si3to ; centniug-l, fancy, 3tKii35c.
NEW YORK, December 15.-Coffee fair
Rio nominal at 14c; options active and de
cidedly lower: sales, 114.751) bigs: January,
12.lf. il2.isic; Febru.rv, 12.15(I2 40c; March.
12 ;kV12.65c; April, 12 3 (4i3 55c: ay, 12 45
12.60c; June.12.45ctl2.65o: Juiy, 12A5(4l2.70c;
October, 12 one. Sugar dull; reAned quiet
and essier; off A, .5',o; stauoard A, 6c;
Granulated. 5 13-16(457 so ; cubes, ,5v4. 15-lnc.
lolas.es steady ; 50 telt, 2"V42io. Rice
NEW ORLEANS, DecemVer 15. Coffee
steady and firm; ttio, cargoes, common
to priue. 13',(4l r.'io. Sugar deman 1 fair
and marker firm; centrifugal, off plantation
granulated, 5'ac: ohoice white, 5o: off
white, 6'4c: choice yellow cl. rifle I, 5 3 18
(4.5o; prime yellow clarified. 51-16e5o;
seconds, 3(o.lc. Slu s stroni; open
kettle, ttriclly prime, 40',41c; nimd prime,
38''39c; centrifugals, choice, ;L'c: good
prime to strictly prime, ; Louisiana
tyrup, SO37c. Rioe . ull at 2', (44c.
llOltHEIIOl.lH ft IM'I.IKH.
APPLES-Ari.les, r2(43: dried a pies. 2
SSc per pound from store. Dried peaches,
4.J-5c from store.
VE'IKTABLKS-Onitnt. fJ 40ci.2 75 from
ttore. Cabbage, $2 50; per head, 64.Sc; SI 75
trom levee or depot tier cra'e lvraut. brls,
$1 75(5; half brls, $2 75. Gurlic, 4' nit's lo per
lil. Turnips, :Mlo per bushel.
FRUI l-Oranges, pe( bo-, J3 MVS ; Lem
ons, $4(44 50 per box. Bananas, $1 50-42 50
NI TS Cocnnnuts per l'i. Peanut,
Virginia. 6o; Tenn'see, tanners' stock, 3(4
4c; rou-ted, 2c liiKhei; shelled, loo. Al
mends. 2tc. Walnut Enalbh, 18o. Fil
berts, 12o. Pecun Texas, luc; Braail
RAISINS London lnyers.S.1; layort,$2 75i
Cnlitornia, $2 15; imperial, .
PICKLES -Ir. nrs, pints, 95 ; quart',
$150; half gal ons $2 75; g.ilions, $:) 75;
loose, barrels, $ii 50H7 ; half-burro'is, $3 754
4 25; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed, half
F1SU Macke'el, half-bar els. No. 1,$") 50
06; No 2. $5; N 3 $1 60; in lb kit, No. 1,
90.i; No. 2,75c: 15-lb, No. 3, 60 . Dry her
rings, f-imlly, 25c per box.
GAM K Game fish, 5"ic.
EGGS Steady, 24 425o.
POTATOES Nori her- stock, $1 50H1 85.
CIDKf.-New iork, $ti 50a7 per barrel and
$.! 75 4 ner ha f-bnrrel.
VlNEGAR-iOalSo per ga Ion.
tOTTON NK lHOIrl1.
COTTON SEED In car load lot: Prime
crude cotton teed oil, new, 27 V 4
28c; off crude cotton reed nil, 23(4
26c; prime summer yellow cotton seed
oil, 33i4'34c; off summer yellow co, ton seed
oil, 3l(4.12o; miners' summer yul ow ootton
teed oil, 34(4:l5o; prime luuimor white cotton
seed oil, 3'.(!t36o; choice oook.ng yellow cot
ton teed oil, liSc; prime cott n seed meal,
$15; less then car lots, $15 75, Cotton
seed delivered at depot or levee, $9 per ton:
Irom wagon at mills, t9 per ton.
HlltfcS Ann TAi.l.ttw.
HIDES Dry flint No. 1. 16c; No 2, 12c;
dry salted, 10'4l2o; green salted, iNo 1,
7(.i8o; No 2, 7c; green, 5(46c. Sheep tkint,
15c(4$l. Boeiwax, 200. Tallow, 4c.
ftKiaw pii, i;s.
SKINS AND FURS-Deer skim, 18c;
bear, $l(47o; mink, 14cj40c: coon, hunt
er handled, 15(j6c; country handled,
li50c: other, $l(6: heaver, 50o((
$7; wild cat, 15(425c; mx, 15t475c; musk rat,
loc; opossum, 10c; wolf, 50jo$2; skunk, 5tti
75c; panthers, 50c$l.
WCOL-Burry grease wool, unwashed,
IS1418C! clear grease wool, 2S4.'in; harry
washed, 23u.30c; tub washed, 33i437o.
ST. LOUTS,; M0., December 15,-Wool
steady; medium, 2l'425o: cisrse braid, 16
(i20e; low ssndy, 13(4l9o fine light, )8925o;
PKTHOI.r.lin Ms KI4ICT.
COAL OIL Prime white, wholesale lot,
S'.j'iloc per gillou.
CLEVELAND, 0.. December 15,-Pc-tro'uuin
Heady; f. w. 110J, 7 'sc.
PITTSBURG, PA Deoe 1 bor 15.-Petro-leum
National Transit reTtifniatet opened
at 70c; closed at 67c; bis'iie-t, 7uo;. low
wiiinkt, wis, km, i.km oKst, ere.
WHISKY Straight Kentucky Bourbon,
$1 5(ii". : rediatilled goods th -i 3)0 to $1 50,
accor ding to proof; rye, ii 70 J".
CHICAGO, ILL., December 1:..-Whitky,
ST. LOUIS,. M0 ,' December 15.-Whliky
firm, $1 13.
CINCINNATI, O., Deccnibor 15-Whisky
stsn ,y; sales of 984 barrels ol finished goods
on a ba-is of $1 13.
KANSAS CITY. MO., Do-cmbor 1.
M'heat weaker ; No. 2 red ctsb, 67''40 bid:
Jiinuary, HO) bid; Mar, 7''"1 li d. Corn
weaker; No. 2 etisb, :k)c bid : Jiuiuiiry, 31 t
bid; May 36c bid, ' O t, 27c Oil cash.
K ill,,, .M0, H III,
NAIL-10s, iron, $2 25; ateol. $2 40.
t llOT-Drop, SI 65; buck, 1 !).
NtUhlMj tit lf. . .(ti.
nAdJING-CHrlond lots: Jute, 2 lh,
8o; llbs,7c; 1 lbi, 7. Flux, 8 Ibe,
TIE9-J1 05(jU 10.
AJKI lll'll Itmi. Al llllN.
SEEOS-Clover, SI 9045 ler bushel;
orchard grass $1 &tKall 60; hordsgrass. 5 (3
55c; rye, 65470c per bu : tlmo.hy, $SS225.
DKIMN, PtIMIH AKI) UM N.
DRUaS-Qulnine, P. A W..01 ,70oi cans,
65o; New York quinine, oz., 65c; cam, tiOo;
B A S. quinine, 11., 65c; cam, 60 j
morphine, P A W., oj., (2 X ot. ; 1 ot.
vials, $2 10; New York morphine, ot . $225
per 01 ; 1 01 vi la, $2 06; oinclionidia, 1 01.
vials. 18,1 01. ; 5 ot cans, lie 01.; gum
op, urn, per pound, $340; iodide potash, $2 50
Jit pound, inclusive; lubniirate b smuth,
2 20 pel pound, inclusive; chlorolorm, 45o
per pound ; blue must, 43c per pound; calo
mel, 75c per pound; mercury, 7oi per pound;
chloral hidruto, $1 50 per pound; camphor,
27c l or pound : alcob d, barrel', per gallon,
$2 22: castor oil, barrels, it g lion, $1 42.
rinii Au oil, white lead, uoi-
lier'e. 7o per p un I ; 5 0 pound lat, 7c per
pound, Vic off, 15 days ; Southern white lend,
f I. - I . &nk 1 1 01. n- l
ilnys; boiled linseed oil, 43c p.r gallon, by
barrel ; raw, 40c; tur. entine,:',.' per .allon,
1,1 VK SSHXIi
CORN FED CATTLE Choice, 4c; good,
G ft ASS CATTLE-Cholc, :i'41o: g-od,
2(ilc; lair lo medium, 2rt2' ac; scallawags,
HOGS Choice, 4n ; good, 4c; common, .
SHEEP Choice, 4c. medium, 3c. Choice
lambs, 4c per pound.
KANSAS CI1Y, M0 . Doccinbir 16. -The
Lve M'H'lc Indicator reports: Cattle re
o.iip's, 988 head; shipments, none; shipping
strong; goodfateows and butchers' etui,
5 10o big-er; ttockers and fee ling steert
active and firm : aood to choice, $3 90'44 30;
coinmnn to mediu'p, $t 25"3 81; stookert,
$2 25 .2 75; feeding steert, $2 H043 4O; 0 wt,
$150(42 80. Hogs receipt, 9h0l hed; ship
ments, 1464 head ; market ttrons active and
10c higher; good to choio , $105344 25; com
mon to medium, $3 8IK44. .-heap reoeipts
and thipmenta, none; market steady; good
to choice, $2 60(343 40; common to medium,
$1 50(42 40.
CUICAGO, ILL., December 15. The
Dnwtrt' Journal report: Cattle-receipt!,
7000 head: shipment", 200 1 head; m rket
stronger; Christmas tteers, $5(45,35;
hipping steers, 950 to 1500 pounds, $3o0(44 5;
ttocseri and leedera, $2(43 35; cows, built
and m xed, $1 40 u 3 1.4; T gat cattle $2 05 4
3 51). Hoirt receipts, 29,000 head; shipment,
6000 bead; market active, 10c higher; rough
and mixed, $;90s4 25i p ickina aud shipping,
$4 21ml 62; light, $3 7694 15; skips, $2 50
(43 60. Sheoii reoeipts, tola) he.d; ship
ments, bead; market strong; Christ
ma,, $1 95i(5 20; natives, $2 75 4475; bulk,
$175(I50; Western, $2 754; Texan, $2 20
(S3 30; Iambi, $4(45 40
NKWYOHK PUT 4SOI1 M4HKET.
NEW YORK, Deoember 15. -With more
new buye't in the market there wai more
Inquiry fur all clauses of rott m goods, with
a v ry fair business at full ratet. The ohief
businett, as usual, it the r suit "f deliveries
in the execution of orders which aie even
tuber than previously.
1 s" I'd ruuiiu, fvif 1'uunu iuis, n , U uu ,
Aow-Tlie I tine To Spe nlftle
ACTIVE Fluctua iont in the Market offer
. opportunities t apecu1 at rs to make
money I. Gram, Stock Boodt and Petro
leu ui. I'ruui t personal attention given to
orders reoetved by wire or ma I. Corree
pnudunoe solicited Full Information about
the marknii n o r Book, which wilt be tor
ward d tree on a plication.
B. D KYLE, Banker and Broker,
Brvad New -tieeu.riew X or k Oity.
RIVERS A.D STEAMBOATS
STEAK BRS LEATISS
Arkania CityX4T Adah. 6 p.m.
Tlptonville Cnxaartugi, $ p. at.
St. Franoi Rlver-KD Foam, 6 a.m.
Friart Point JmtaLix, Sp.m
Osceola CoannuA, 6 p.m.
Cincinnati .. . ...Onto, 5 p.m.
MOVEMKATN AT THE LEVKE,
Arrival Jauiea Lup, Friara roint;
Coahoma, Otreola; Buckeye State, Cincin
nati: Glenville, Jones't Landing; Pat
McLanghlin, Ohio nver.
II paritiiw.-Jaaies Lee, Friart Poiat;
Cuaboma, Osceola; R. L. Cobb, Arkansas
river; Chickasaw, White river; Buckeye
Coahoma 16 bale cotton, 47 bagt teed
cotton and 722 bags ootton teed.
James Lee 39o bales eotton, 68 bagt seed
cottor , 651 sks cotton see I, 89 baies hay, 0.86
fet lumber and 3 hd stsiek.
Glenville 7tf balei cotton, 140 tkt eotton
teed and 12 bags teed cotton.
liuckeye btate-725 brls floor, 15 brls ap
ples and potatoes, 100 bales hay, 219 balet
straw, 31 balei ootton. K6 tag! seed eotton,
315 sks cotton teed, 1000 brls tall and o0
Cold aud disagreeable on the levee.
Frank Farnhliy is pilot on the R.
Tut b u II rlera is overdue from
Tu U. P. Ktjionck is the next "O"
Lire steamer due down.
Thi Oiiii river ro' four feet five
tenths yesterday at Pittsburg.
Tun J refers ja ciminp; alowlv
from Arktnssi river, and will arrive to
night. I its JrtinoH Len for the 'ower, aud
tbe Coahoma for the upper coast left with
good r ps.
'ut t'hii-kafisw, for White rivjr.
ai d the R. L. Cobb, for Arkantat rher, had
good trips cut.
The C' l.i wind from the norihweet
made thin. s rather ancomfurtabl on the
The Gr'ivite StttP for this pirf itntl
the Thot. Sherlock f jr New Orleant left Cin
The K A. Sneeil left yes'erday
morning with one bnat of coal for 0. B.
Bryan A Co. at Terrene.
John Dhv.kkkh. Ihe wt-11 known
t'eward, is in charge of the oabim of the
Thomas Sherlock this te:tiun.
The ! a ne Jop and Mete, with !,.
000 barrels ot salt, are lyi g below th ele
vator, wb're they wil be uulvaded.
The Oh o, CWt Nf. M. Diem, is sn
nounced tn le.ve here tomorrow evening for
Cincinnati. Capt. C. B. Russell it her agent.
Di'Hi.so the iwentv f mr hnure, end
Ing at nrnn yesterday, the river at thit port
remained stationary, the guage reading 7.0.
A 'lK nf si'enil:at men attrnH-
ed the funeral nf Pilot Jake Faux, who died
Tuesday night and wat buried yesterday af
ternoon. Thkrs were five arriva's an.! as
many departure! of tteamers yesterday, and
business at the river wat quite lively during
The wives of C'P'. II J. Vinton
and Chief Cleik George W. Ilendrlekson, of
the Buckeye State, are making the round
trip on ihat steamer.
The hill pmiiniz in Coiigre'sfnrthe
past three tears for government lights nn
the Kanawha river hat been passed and the
light aru nuw a fixed fact.
The Oity ut Cairo is the Annhor
Line packet leaving Saturday for Vieks
burg, (apt Ad florin, un the elevator, will
give all information.
The li t o 'owhoit GlenvUlf, towing
a barge loaded with cotton and seed, ar
rived from below yesterday evening, and
i, discharging her cargo at th foot of Jeffer
Though t!.en were never a' steamers
in port yesterday, the only one that had id
fl.g at half mast for the brave and heroic
Wsh Floyd waa Capt. Ed Postal's steamer
The pretty flidewhel BtpnmnrClioca
peske, apt. W. P. Hall, Is the regular
packi t, leaving thit evening for Tiptnnville
and nil way pointi nn 'he upper 0 ast. Mr.
J. D Fuller li her clerk.
The tnwhoat MrLaniihlln. wi'h a
large tow of produce boats, arrived from th
Ohio river yter lay aftornuon and landod
her tow above the mouth of Wolf river. She
will drcp several bouts here.
The pnnal iin pro vt-riierTtfl at Lotiin
ville are tn be qu tn extensive and will hive
the effect of greatly improving the harbor.
The canal is tn be greatly widened at tbe
bead mid tLiswork will cost about $250,000.
The tun Jimm O'O mnor will be
compelled to lay rp in order to have two
new shees put in her boiler. It it probnble
that the tug W. A. Williams will do Imrbor
service while ropairt are being inado to the
The 11 -. t and e'tv.int eidewheel
iteaiuer Kate Adsmi, in oommand of the
veteran dipt. Mark H Choek, leaves at A
o'clock this evening for Helena. Torrene,
Arkansas Citv and all way landings. Mr.
Wm. Blanker is her clerk.
Ihe K'l F'B'er did not 'rave last
night , but laid over until today to await the
arriv.il of the Rene Mucrendy. Tbe latter
bout is exnected in this morning, and bar
crew will he transferred tn the Foster. The
F'stor will leave t 'is evening for Marianne,
the C ii t . 1 If and all way landings on bt.
The Buckeye 8 at landod at II )n
told nt 3 o'clock yesterday mnrnlnr.and put
off t the wharl boat there 700 barrels of salt
and 100. barrels of cement She i rrivsd hero
ye terdnv at noon, discharged 4WH iackage
ot fieigh', added 3f0 bales ol cotton, 15 balet
of rags, 100 barrels of oil, 50 barrels of iron,
and left at un early hour this morning for
Cincinnati, She had a goad list of people.
A PBdDUCK Ivat owned - hy 0t. O.
H. Varian sunk at 2 o'clock yest-rday
morning nt tbe wharf be'ow the foot of Union
street. The boat, which wat about NO feet
long, will prove a total loss. Her cargo con
fined of 12 000 head ot cabbage and 61s) jugs
o' cider All tho oahbage will be saved, hut
nhoui 300 Jugs of cider will be lost. i:pt.
Varian, who it a pleasant gonlloman, says
the sinking wai due to the high wind that
prev died during tbe nlaht. Several boats
were ly ng uuiai'le bis bunt, and the win I
blowing hard on shore shored Ihe other
boats against hi and eruslud in liertldet.
C it. Varian, who It from Le'ard Falls, Va.,
estimates tbe lost at about $250, and is unin
sured. HIVt.HS AND WKATIIKB.
Orrtct Siokal SiBvira, U. 8 A.,1
Mrui'HiH, Deoember 15, 1 p.m.
Tli" fol nwinioliHerva'toiie are laker
at all stations named at 75' meridian time,
which is one hour later than Memphis timet
Feet lOt't lo.'t lot's
Cairo 6 5
Chattanooga 9 12
( incinnail 10
Fort Smith 1 1
Helena 9 4 .... V
I. a Crosse
Leavenworth 4 3 3
Little Rock. 1 6
l.nuisvil e 5 6
Hl.snptile 7 6
Nashville 5 8 7
New Orleant 4 3
Pittsburg 10 5 45
St. Lou it . 8 8
Shreveport 8 4
Viokshurg- 13 8 15
PITTSBURG, PA., December 15.-Noon-Hiver
10 leet5inch-son the gauge and riling.
Weather cloudy and taowy,
CINCINNATI. O., December 15.-Noon-RlverlO
fret on the gauge and stationary,
Weather cloudy) thermometer 20.
WHKKLINO. W. VA., Deoember 15.
Noon River D feet 7 Inches nn tbe gauge
and rising; shor ioe running. Weather
cold and snowing.
LOUISVILLE, KY., December 15 -Noon
Riv.r 6 lee tli inches In the c nal and 3 feet
6 inche on ihe lads and falling. Bui nest
dull. Weather cloudy and colder.
Nil :!. IM4jl It adlostahle to meet any coed
or business. It it cheaper than oldttyle. Cat
be put op by any on. I sK4iinlwl lot
l!t 1 ry aud u,,olt Mielv a. Addresi
UIM II A. Ik O., MfrH
1441 MIN NT., l:OKIi, III.., or,
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FOR LQUI8VII.LK A CINCINNATI
Far Cairo. Kvanivllle. Louisville and Cia
cinnsti 1 be elegant iteamer
M. II. Deem master, x'i&savsVviJi
Will leave FRIDAY. Dee. 17tb, at 6 p.m.
For freight or passage apply te 0. B. RLS
SKLL, (i. F. and T. A., 12 Madison street.
Teleohone ?7r ,Iom fin, Pa.s'r Agent.
bt. I.owla si nil Stew Orlextna Anchor
I. Ioe V. N. MH-FOR VTCKSUliRii .
City ot Cairo, art-m
Lishtner. ....... matter, f9i't.
Will leave tbe Kletator SATUKUAt, Dec
18th, at 5 p.m. For freight or oassage apply
C. I, Hai.i , Pass. Ag't. AD ST"'K.r. SnV
FOR EW ORLEANS.
FOR KEIV OlaLEAXS.J
For Helena, TTrene, Arktntas City. Oreen
ville. Delta, Vicksburg, atchet, Baton
Rouge, New Orleans and all Way
L,anuin steau r
Alf Orissom master.
Will leave a above from RLKVAT0R
Nsttardaj, December Isjih, nt 4 p.m.
All freight will be received at Elevator
For general information apply to
it t. 1,'
FOR ST. FRANCIS K1VKR.
(ft. I'mncle Klver TrMninrtHtloQ Co.
Th elegant steamer
Rene Macready, --!0
0. K. Jop In roaster
Leaves Memphis EVERY TUESDAY and
SATURDAY at 8 p.m., tor Marianna and
way landings a far aa tli Cut-Off.
The captain reserves the right to pass all
landings he deems unsafe. Telephone 59.
J AS. L.KK, Ja., Sup't,
tofflce. No. 4 Nln.li.on street.
FOR TUTON VILLE.
For Osceola, Hales Point, Caruthers? ilia,
liayoio and Tipton villa Th new lloa
wheel passenger steamer
W. P. Hall master. I J. D. Fuller clerk
Will leave as above, and all way points,
EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY al
p.m. For t re ight or passage apply on board
aeiDphle.Kr'ars Point nsisl lenii,rii
tad tsa, ,1 I'iic brl 4'oiUiii,y,
forUelena. (Jieudnle, Friars Point and al
Way Landings Steamer
JnmeN le-ee, jrj!
E. T. CLAGUETT Master.
Will leave at above on KVERY MONOAT
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY at 8 o'olook.
For Randolph, FuitutU Gfceola at Wa
13. w. com:,
J. 11. COOPER Master.
Leaves Every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY at 5 p.m. The boats ot thl
line reserve the right to past all landlnti
the captain may deem unsafe. UfBoe, No.
Nadisnn st. JAM KS ,KK, J., Hni-'t.
Arkansas lliver Tk't Co,
Str.JOE PETERS, fr
K. B. Smith master, eW&ui&sMi
Loavt Mem 1 hit Every TUESDAY, at 8 p.B
Str. E. W. COLE,
T? .1 VT I J , -
11 O W I Ml,i, nHI,i
ietavei Memph't livery oAIU ivDAk , & p.m.
For freight or passage aprdr to
11. J. LOWtE, Agent.
Office, No. Madison st. Telephone No. M.
Mem,ililg and VlrkHbnrjr Packet t!ow
pony U. N.Mull Line.
For Helena, 1 lonoordia, Terrene and Arkan
sas City The elegant passanger tteamer
KATE ADAMS. ygA
H. R. Cheek... matter I W. C. Blanker...olerk
MONDAY AND TUI'llSUAY AT I P.M.
For Concordia and all way landings.
A. L. L'oinmlns, Matt'rJ Lew Price......Cieri
Leaves! I' KhDAY and SATURDAY at 8 p.ir
For uenoral lnlormation apply at
No. 4 Mail non street.
,ir,lV C(ilH,n,i'i .l-ent. Telephone
JleinpbiNiV White Ifirer VkLU
fr tinreniloii, OetMila tllnii,,
Arc, Auansta, Searcy. Newport, Jeokloa
Sort, lfatesville and all Way Landings,
111. CHICKASAW, -r
E. C. Postal m aalor, -
Will leave EVERY WEDJSESOAY at 5 p.m
Mr. ALHEKTANO. 3,
Albert li. Smith master. "
Will leave EVERY bA I'll RIMY at p. at
Through rates given to all points. Freigb.
consign 1 to the Moo phit and White Rive
Packet Co., at Memphis or Terrene, will In
forward "d promptly. For genoral inform
tion apply at o!aoo, No 3 Madison It., or
Call Teleii hone ''ft. H. C. I,"WW, Ac't
Importer and Dealer In
Waste, rianlna; TiMkle nd 'porte.
nien'eHaiiiille. ttw Special ai.intlot
given to MANUFACTURING ani K
419 Mln NJ.. IW otiittliU. Tnn
n. K UPFERSCHMIDT
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Oodb, AnimunltiKu, riMiiiug fut'LJe
Kllll illinHtllHIIM' rMntlIIP.
W HOLKHA (,K AND RM AIL.
gW4 KhIii s rv.it. vsein,,iia, I rum
fldanotaoturlng and Repairinc of frons a
Npeolaltv. Largest Stoek. fleet assortment
I CURE rilS:
ftaae I say et I eo ant essta taersl r le sse ttee, mtn
tteseaa lbs tare llMin rvtan M.ia. I ni.se eraaioei
eete. I k.v.niMslltsaiMMwoirril,tP1I.KI'Hlar4l4,
ear Ihe worst essl. Bmu, eth.i k. r.ll.rt
Snasta fnr a.,l bow reeei.iag eure, .n at oare ler e
ensile eiol a 'illeet air Inr.llllils rsmatlrl Hive
au.ra .n4 P'hii Otft'. IteMtsr.aaAlW.t loietllaL
Kill cur., UH. M. ' li ".I ,1 .N I,
No. 6, R D. In .he Chnnery Oourt of
Shelby eounty, Tenn. iSannle V. Duval
et al. vs. A. T. Lavalotie.
In thit cause an attschmen' having been
sued out under seotion 41r of tbe Code of
Tennessee (Milliken k Vertressi, and re
turned into Court levied upon the property
ol defondant, A. T. Lavalettei and affidavit
having been made that the defendant, A. T.
Lavalette, justly Indebted to complainant
In the sum ol 100 and interest thereon since
September 17, IBM, due by note, and ihat said
A. T. Lavaletl ii a non-resident ol th Stat
It Ii therefor ordered, That th tald de
fendant, A. T Lavalette, n ake his personal
appearance bsrein, before the Chancery
Court of Shelby eoenty, at th Courthouse
in th city of Memphis, on tbe first M nday
in February next, and defend said attach
ment suit, within th time prescribed by law,
or tbe sama will b proe ed with ex panel
and that a copy ot (hit order be published
once a week, lor four tucoesslv weeks, in
in the Memphis Appeal. A eopy attesti
This 18th day ol lie 'em her, M.
6. I. MCDOWELL, Clerk and Master.
By T, B. Uald.ell, Herat C. and M.
R. D. Jordan, Sol for e. rai'1 nt. thu
AI i 11 Ai T TAIL O II,
4'lenuliic, DyelngA Rrialrl'i(,
No. IT W. Cotra? Strut.
OoorK" t . IVT lohol.
()ig Bgg or Msgraia. 1
Memphis, lenn , lce,n' er 10, l'tlil. I
THK lb stoeVhotiiers ol this bank are
hereby not'fled th ,t tha annual e eotoa
for Filieen Directors tti ,ervelbe ensuiug
year will be he'd at the bank nn TUkSDAY,
January 11, lrn7, between tbe hoars of 10a.m.
ad 1p.m. EDrV.UOUkiiltilU.Caihltr. t
Important Sale of Tery Talaa
ble Lands in the States of Ar
kansas and Mississippi.
U Memphlt, Tenn.i December 1, 18M. "
NDKR and by virtue of the te-mt and
condition! of a certain deed of trust
executed to me, ai Trus-e-, by F. M. Apper
son anil ethers, on tbe 80ta cay of May, lHsA.
to secure the IndoMedn-ss therein men
tioned, duly reoorded in Bonk "A," pages '
4"2 to 471 inclusive, of tba Circuit Court of
Ciltterrlen county) Rook 44, pages 72 to 83,
of tbe Circu!t Coort of Phillips county; Book
" Y," panti VM to 137, o Circuit Court of
Lre cour.li : Book " A A," i aet 94 to 111,
ol Circuit Court of Lincoln Cf u' ty, State of
Ark-nsas. Also, in Book "II U," pge2J0, of
the Charcary Court ot Bolivar county, and
in Boon 21, ftes 495 to 5OT, ot Panola conn
ty. State of Vistiisippl; default having been
made iu laid trust deed, and being requested
f-v tie maker of sald,irut deed and th ben
eficlary thereof, I will, at laid Trustee, on
Tue day, December 21, 188C,
on tbe southwest corner of Main and Madi
son streets, commencing promptly at 12
o'clecg m., and continuing from day to day
until ibe laid landi are all sold, offer
for sale, at publio outcry, and tell te tbe
Mshett and belt bidder, the following de
scribed lands and property, situated in the
States of Arkansas and Mississippi, and
particularly described at follows, to-wit:
The following lands, lying In the county of
Phillips and State of Arkansas, on the bank
of the Mississippi river, about ten milet be
low Helena, Arkansas, to-wit;
The east half of section thirty-three, con
taining 25 tit) acres, and ail ol leotion 44.
The south hall ef lection tweiity-tven,
containing seventy three acres.
Ibe we,t half lection 35, containing 920
IbV northeast quarter of lection 28, con
taining ItiO acret.
All in townshipftiouth, ratige4 cast.
Fractional northeast qoar.er of section 4,
containing 112 acres.
All of Iractionnl taction 3, containing
406.4S acres, in township 4. range 4 east
being the lands known as " K. M. Apperson'l
Wettover Plantation," containing in all
2ii.i4 57-IpO acres ot land, more or lest.
The southwest ouirter of th southeast
ulinner of section 3i, containing AH.Ki acret.
The south part of the southeast quarter of
lection 38, containing 4.41 acres.
The south half of section i!, containing
All of fractional section 3'1, containing 207
The northeast quarter of lection 35, con
taining ItiO acres.
Ihe northwest quarter of th southeast
fractional quartar of seotion 3i, coutainitig
Part ol tha eist half ef the southeast quar
ter of section HA, containing 78 acres.
All ot fractional section two, containing
74. ii aeros all in township 4 south, rang 1
West half ot tnuthwett fractional quarter
of section 30, and ill northwest fractional
quarter of section 31, containing N aces
township thne(.'l) smith, range5att, known
as"K. M. Apperton't Maney Plsntation,"
containing U43 4!i Uu atrt vi land, mora or
Also, certain personal proprtv now on
tilt said Wrstover Plantation, to-wit; 12
headot mules of various ages, sis. s and de
scriptions ; also, one steam engino and all
the api'liancel and attacluue us thereto be
longing; one gristmill, tao eotton gins, one
ootton press and all the appliai oes and at
tachments to tbe same belouuingi all .if tbe
wagons, farming utsnsils, implements and
tools of eiery kind and character used In th
cultivation of the said plantation!, on bait
of which will be delivered to the pnrohasorof
the Maney planta'lon. Each ot said planta
tion! are in good state nf cultivation, and
have all necessary buildings, lnoluding
dwelling! and sluiehouses.
Also, the following de-rrlbed tract or par
cel ot fund, lying in ihe laid oounty of Phil
lip! and Siate ot Arkansas, and described
Th northeatt quartet nf tod Ion sixteen,
township on south, rang tour east, con
taining Ilk) acres,
Also, the following other lands, lying In
th county of Lee and State ol Arkansas,
about twelve milet nillet from the town ol
Marianna, to wit: Tbe west half of th
west half ot lection twenty seven (27), eon,
taining ltiu acres; the northeast quarter of
lection thirty-three (33), containing ltk)
acres; the east hall ot tbe northwest quar
ter of lection thirty three (33), containing M
aces, and the northwest quarter of lection
thirty-lour (34). numbering likl acres, con
taining in all niK) aores, and known a the
" Cotter tract."
Also, the following other tractl of land,
lying in said oounty ol Le and State of Ar
kansas, on and near the Mississippi riven
The northeast quarter ot section one
fractional toutheast quarter nf section one;
fractional east ball of taction twelve (li),
and the fractional louthwetl quarter of the
outhwest quarter ot aeotton one.
South half of south half of seotion 2)
West fractional half of taction Ut
The northeast quarter of leotlm eleven
The south fractional half seotion 11 ;
The wost (actional ball of seotion 13j
The northeast fractional qua ler of leo
Allot Iractlonal section 24;
All of fractional section 28, Containing
2l5.vl acret, more or less.
Also, tha following tractl or parcel! of
land, lying In ihe eounty ot Crittenden anil
State of Arkansas, to wit;
Snuthwoit quarter of taction twenty-one
East tnlf of southwest quarter of leotion
West half of lection lit (!)i
Weil half of section seven (7) I
Northwest quarter of notion eighteen (11).
Southwest Irac lonal quarter of teotion
nineteen (19), all in township 3, north rang
The snld tlx (ft) lnt named tract contain
ing 1U70.77 acres.
Also, the following other landi, lying tn
the county nf Monroe, and Stato of Arkan
tat, and described as In! own
The outhwest quarter of seotion seventeen
(17), containing bio acres;
The southwest quarter of th northwett
quarter of sootlon 17, ounialnit g 40a'et
Tbe north bull ot the northeast quarter o
lection 26, M0 acres t
The northeast quarlor of th northwest
quarter of section 2i, 40 acres;
Containing in all 320 acres, and known at
part of the ''Redmond tract," all in town
thip 2, touth rant 1 weit.
Alto, the following other lands, lying la
th countr of Arkantat, and tstnie of Arkan
tat, and (Inscribed a follows, lo-wlti
The north half ot the north half and th
north half of the touth hall of teotion 10,
township It, south range 2 wen, containing
Alto, the following tract nt land, lying la
Bolivar county, Missiseli pi, to will It boing
th north half (except twonly-two acres) as
sessed to Lobdell, of section twenty-six,
township twenty-two, range el.ht, contain
ing throe hundred (31s)) auras, and being th
same land conveyed by J. D. Quig ey, trus
tee, to E. M Aiiiierson k Co., aud known aa
th "Bt. John Pliice."
Also, the following tract of land lyln
In ihe county of I'anola, and Hla'e ef Mi
slssippi, and mora particularly describe
a follows, to-wit: Tho northeast, quar
ter of section twenty-six tli- west ball
ol section twenty-live (28), th" south
east quarter nf se lion twenty five (28),
part of tie northeast quarter ot section
twenly-flve U', all ot seotion thirty-six (3D),
in township tl, range tl west, and containing
about 1332 aores, lt.6 acres ot whioh Is cleared.
Also, the following tracts of landi situat
ed, lying mid beirnr in tbe c.untyof Lin
colnand.Statenf Arkansas! South fractional
half of seotl.m thirty-lour (34), township
teven (7), south fir (8) west; 'tthalf east
of Boone lake, soctlon thirty-tbre (33).
townshln seven (71, range five (5); east bait
east of Boone lake, si-ciion four (4), town
ship 8, range 8; r.orthwest quarter ol section
$, town-hip 8, range 8s north Iractlonal hall
of norlhiast quarter of seotion 3, township
8, ranee 8; muthwest quarter section 3.
township 8, rente 8, ennta ning in all 7 11.23
acret, together with all aooretiont made by
the Arkansas river, known at the "Maple
(Jiove Plantation," together with the lol
lowitg personal property! Twenty-one
head of mulct of varlout gei, sites and de
scriptions! two head o caitlel one steam
engine and fixture,! on grittnil It on cot
ton gin and ootton pre s, together with
wagoni, tooli and farming ulan.ils.
Toruiiof laleOne-lourih eiehot th price,
balance in four equ.l It stalluienta, pay
able iu on, two, Ibrt and lour year. vl
denced by notel eieouteJ by th purohater
bearins interest al the rate of tlx per cent.
Ser annum until paid, and toeured by trait
eed on th laid landi.
Th till to above land I good, bat I tell
and convey only as tru-te.
Further Information can be obtained ol
E. M. Apgerson at to., O. C. daughter.
Chairman and Trustee, andoi N. F. Lema
tr, of Ford k Leinaater, real estate au-ent.
R. D JORDAN,
Trasfeja.on o Tempi. a
Young & Brother
Booksellers and Stationers.
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