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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALSATURDAY, JULY 21, 188G.
FHUCE AND C03D1ERCE.
MOXEY 8 PER CENT., NEW YORK
EXCHANGE 1-4 PREMIUM.
Cottoa Steauy MlddliDgr, 9 8-8
!-al? Ycprday, 400
Money in fair demand at 8 per cent.
Local 8ecuii'.ii5 dull.
The cotton market closed steady;
middling 9lc Pales 400 bale".
At New York yetterday spo's closed
essy j middling, 9 9-10c.
A leading cotton circular says:
Liverpool failed to follow up the
promises of yesterday and the disap
pointment induced considerable un
loading sellers pushing matters a lit
tle under reports of a failure at Man
Chester. There was not much, how
ever, in the wty of new selling on the
sh:rt fide, and toward the c'ose
somewhat more staadincss developed
at 3 points under last evening.
At New Orleans spots were
steady; middling, 9 3-lGc; futures
quiet and steady ; July. 9 209.22c.
At Liverpcol epots were reported
"fair business;" middling 5 5-16d;
futures quiet and steady; July, 5.15d.
In tli9 geneial market corn advanced
. to 50 cents for white, 47 cents for
mixed. Other mticles unchanged.
Four pkgs butter, 122 pkgs bacan,
324 pkgs boots and shoes, 4 pkgs
cheee, 51 sks coffee, :)B1 ska cotton
seed, 1 car cotton seed, 185 pkgs dry
good", 40 pkgs egire, 4 J8 brls flour, 72
pkes hats, 8 hd sheep, 31 hd caltle,
33 500 ft lumber, 3(5 pkgs liquors', 125
brls meal, 25 brls molasses, 4 cars oats,
2 cars pork sides, 5 brls sugar and 30
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange today:
Cora received, none; withdrawn,
1713 bu; in store, 5434 bu. Oata re
received, none; withdrawn, 640 bu;
in store, none.. Wheat received,
none; withdrawn, none; in store,
joira ii. utortois
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
STOCKS AND BONDS
BOYS AMD SELLS
OIL TBCST 1 EBTIFICATES,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing House report is as fol
Friday, July 23d, $110,900 36; thus
far this week, $712,707 03 ; same time
last week, J787,409 3U; same time in
1885, J5&0.120 73; same umeini&ai,
Friday, Ju'y 23d, $42,476 23;
thus far this week, $239,000 47 ; same
time last week, $202,548 77; same time
in 1885, $120,499 34; same time in issh,
New York sight on all points, par
bnviria. I premium selling; New
England demand, discount buying ;
New England sight, discount; New
Orleans, t discount Duying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce14(f bid, 149 asked
TTimt Natinnnt 147 bid, 152 asked
flarman Rank 192 bid. 1 asked
State National 145 bid, 148 asked
Union and Hanter6loU bid, 151 asked
Mercantile Bank....l35 bid, 137 asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 102 bid, 105 asked
Home - 75 bid, 80 asked
MomDhis Oitv 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 82 bid, 86 asked
Phoenix 100 bid, 102 asked
Planters 103 bid, 105 asked
Vanderbilt 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington M bid, ... asked
Factors .'. 20 asked
M.and C. R.R.shares..37 bid, ... asked
M.AT. R.R. shrs 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. conssls, 7s...ll3 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. 1st m. 8s. ..105 bid, ... asked
Mis8.&T.R.R.cs,A....117 bid, 118 asked
Miss.iT.E.R.cs,B...100 bid, 108 asked
Tenn. wta. eer. D 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ear. E to J..82 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 6s 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Dist. 4, 6s, 90 bid, 97 asked
Tax. Diet. 6s 104 bid, 105 asked
Mem. Gas bonds 105 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds 90 bid, ... asked
Hanauer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am.Oot. Oil truRtv..31J bid.32 asked
Pioneer Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 asked
Mem.Stor.Com.Co..l00 bid, 102 asked
Mem. Gas stock 78 bid, 82 asked
Naw York, July 23. Money on call
is easv at 1J($4 per cent. Prime mer
cantile paper 45. 8terling exchange
485c for 60 days bills, and 486jo for
Bonds Government bonds were
dull, with quotations a shade weaker.
State bonds were quiot and firm. Rail
road bonds were dull ; sales $1,641,500.
The Texas ani Paciflo iesaes were the
only feature of the market, the sales
of the real?, coupons off, amounted to
$157,000. Northwestern registered de
bentures are up 1, at 110 ; Louis
ville and Nashville consols 1J, at 122;
Utah Southern extension sevens 2, at
75; Txas and Pacific incomes l,at
4)j and the reals, coupon off, lj, at
61 ; Wabash, Datroit Division, 1, at 8
and tho sevens of 1879 4, at 79. Ohio
Southern firsts are down 2 J, at 100,
and Utah Southern general mortgage
J j, at 85.
There was very little news on the
street today of a character to affect
values. The news from the West re
lated principally to the damage of the
coin crop, and there wss undoubtedly
heavy selling of the grangers, princi
pally for Western account, and they
continued heavy throughout. There
is more talk of tho consolidation of
the Vanderbilt interest under one
corporal ion, and evidonces accumulate
that this interest, which has been out
of Wall street for some months past,
is again making itself felt in the mar
ket. The coal stocks still continue
sluggish, principally because large
buyers think they will not have to
pay scheduled prices for coal before
September, and most operators think
that tbe ag eement will not be adhered
t ). The bright spot in today's market
was the Northern. Pscifics and Oregon
Transcontinental. The general belief
was that positive action has been taken
upon the report of land sale, and
a favorable time to announce it
is waited. Also, that more harmonious
relations between the two companies
named sra soon likely to be brought
about. The market was weak at the
opening, first prices showing declines
of 1 to 1 percent., the latter in Dela
ware and Hudson. 1 lie onlv ex
ceptions were Louisville and Nash
ville, which wss np i, and Oxaha J
percent. Further fractional de lines
were made in the euly dealings,
though a partial rally wan established
before n' on, tftr whici time the
insrktt continued dull aid lifeless
without apparent movement in prices
until tLe rbse, wtith wai dull and
steady. The i et result at the day's
business is dec ices in a mojt every
thing on the active lis' of small frac
tions, ranging from J ti per cent.
Ntrthern Pacific pteferred is the enly
prominent exception, whh an advance
of per cent., although Indiana,
Bloom ington aud Western is up 1.
Coneolidated Gas shows a decline of
lj per cent.
The total sales of stocks today were
105 383 shares, including Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, 18,600 ; Erie,
6870; Lake Shore. 9000; Louisville and
Nashville, 3670; Northwestern, 17,050;
Northern Pacific, 4200;St.Paul, 24,840;
Union Pacific, 4170; Western Union,
3370; Northern Pacific, preferred, 14,
S00; Oregon Transcontinental, 11,860.
U. 8. it, 100W.
VAt, coup, lllTi
4s, coup, V2IP-6.
La. stamps, 4s, 77). Missouri, G,100!4
T.nn.tis, old, til'. Tenn. 6, new, 61tr
Cent. Pao. lit,114. Den. & lt.U.lnti.l&i.
lteniR.U.W.Uts.SSiKrie seconds, 112.
M.K.AT.,aon.6s,WS-Sorth. I'ae. lsts,llf
North. Pao. 2Js,Ul. N. Western eon., 14S
N.West. deb. 5s, 110. St.L.S.F.den.M, HO'i
Kt. Paul, con., 131. St.P.,C. & P. lsU.lliO.
T. P. Iandgrants,4o;-iT.P.R.U.ex cou. 61
U. P. lsts, lit). West buore, 1027k.
Adams Express, 142. Morris E.,offd ,138
Allegheny Con.,. Nashville C, 5i4.
Alton & T. 11., 30. N.J. Central, 5554.
A A T. U., pfd., 85. Nor. W., pfd., XV.
American Ex., li. Northern Pao., 2!-
B. C. R. & N., 51). Northern P. pfd.,61!4.
Canada Pao., oS'-i. CAN. W., 11254.
Canada Sou.. C. A N.W., pld.,140.
Central Pacific. N. Y. Central, 1U654
Chesapeake AO . 8. N. Y. C. A Kt. L..8J4-
C. A O., 1st pfd, hi. N. Y.St.L. AC.P.,20.
C. AO., 2d pfd., 10. Ohio Central, .
C. A A., 143. Ohio A Miss., 24.
C. A A , pld., ISO. O. A Miss., pfd., 90.
C, B. A Q., 1344. OnUrio A West., 19.
C, St. I.. A N. 0., -. Oregon Nav., m't.
C.,6t.L. A P., XYJi. Oregon Trans., 84J4.
C, St. L. AP,p.,28. Oregon Imp., 18.
O., S. A C.,27. Paoifio Mall, 157.
C.A C, 56. Panama, Wi.
Del. A liud.,98. Peoria, D. A E., 25.
Del., L, A W., 12fi. Pittsburg. 152.
Den. A Rio G., 28. Pullman P. C, 136.
Erie, 32. Reading, 24K.
Krie pfd., 75. Rock Island, 125.
East Tenn., &4. St. Ii. A 8. F., 'Er.
East Tenn. pfd. 14. St. L. A 3. F.,P.,51.
Fort Wayne, 116. . St.L.A 8.F..lst P,114
Hannibal A 8t Jo.,- C. M. A St. P., 92
U. A St. Jo., pfd., C. M. A St. P..P.122.
Harlem, 2.15. St. P., M.A M., 113.
Houston A T., S7 St. P. A Omaha, 45.
Illinois Cen., 137. 6t.PaulA0.pfd., 109.
Ind., B. A W.. 15;J4. Texas Paciflo, lO1.
Kansas A T., 31. Union Paoifio, 55.
Lake K. A W.. 8. U. 8. Express, 64.
Lake enore, vy,. n., di. ii. a r.,
Loi. A Naah., 4 W St. L. AP.,p.,2tf
Loo. AN. A., oi. w. r. ex..
M. A C. first pfd-, . W. U. Tel., 66.
M. A O. pfd., . Colorado Coal, 24.
Mem. A Char., 36. Homestake, 22.
Mich. Cen., 76. ' Iron Silver, 2U0.
M., L. S.A W., 69. Ontario, 28.
Min. A St. L., 20. Quicksilver, pfd, 27,
Min. A St. L.pfd,44.Bouth Paciflo, .
Missouri Pacifio,107.Sutr. 11.
Mobile A Ohio, 15.
Londos, July 23. Consols, 101 1-16
for both money ana tue account.
United States bonds-4js, 114J
Pabis, July 23. Three per cent.
rentes, 821 92c for the account
Naw York, July 23. Exchangee,
190,559,024; balances, Jiti.lSl,
Boston, Mass., July 23. Exchanges,
$12,371,747; balances, 1,258,68B
Chicago, III., July 23. Associated
bank cleannga today were 7,ioi,uuo,
Baltimore,! Mo.,' July 28. Bank
clearing?, fl,717,0U; balances, JU-7
Philadblphia, Pa., July 23. Bank
clearings, $9,01)7, 1U8; balances, i,
St. Louis, Mo., July 23. Bank clear
ings, f 2,830,907; balances, $001,829.
Exchange on New York easy at 25 per
The local cotton market opened
steady, and closed steady; middling,
9c. Sales, 4G0 bales, all to spinners.
Ordinary 79 7
Good Ordinary.... 8jj 8
Low Middling 85 . 8
Middling 9j 93
Good Middling.... 9i 9j
Middling Fair 10J 10J
Fair.- Norn. Norn.
Dusty 78i 7(o8J
btaina,tir)ges.... 8,9 89
Msmphis, July 23, 1886.
Stock Sept. 1, 1885.... 1,392
Received to-day 31
Received previously ...543,738 545,161
Shipped to-day 756
Shipped previously.... 533,720
Home consumption to
date 135 634,641
Stock running account 10,550
Thus far this week 569
Thus far last week 494
Since September 1st 543,769
M. and C. R. K...! 8
M. & L. R. R. R 4
L., N. O.'&T. R. R 6
Wagons and other sources 6
Thus far this week 3,591
Thus far last week 4,019
Since September 1st 534,476
L. and N. R. R 224
Steamers north 532
WEEKLY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS.
ing July Since Sep
23, 1886. tember 1st.
ceived. This Last This Lat
Year Year Year Year
M4CRR.... 35 7 77325 78i89
M&-TRR... 28 22 58S32 45874
L&NRR... 14 6 43770 46217
M&LRRR 293 145 82220 73B96
C.O&SWRR 69 4 24377 25225
L.NO&TRR 7 1 38187 13391
KC.S&MRK 3 19566 19855
M.B&ARR 7. 17406 97
Miss, river ... 79 6 89631 04740
White river. 5 5 20829 16618
St.Fran river 2 7332 3199
rk'sas river 2 11664 4486
Wagons, etc 30 60 52630 36483
Total 569 254 543769 428870
MACRR 64 106614 58425
M&TRR 37333 64614
L & N R R... 2316 3'l08252 86084
C.OASWRR 50 193 95964 544;!5
L.N04TRR 61208 42414
Steam's n'rth 1225 397104763 89248
Steam's s'uth 18819 40085
Total 3501 6571534470 425.'!05
New York spots opened steady,
and closed es. Sales, 840 bales.
Quotations were as follows :
Ordinary - 6 15 16
Good ordinary. 8 6-16
Low middling. 9 1-16
Middling- 9 910
Good middling 10 1-16
Middling fair... 101
New York futures rnened eanf, und
closed dull and steady. Sale, d3,S00
bales. ILe closing quotations were
as follows :
9 o-2(i) 9.54
9.:tti(. 9 37
9 3S 9.39
9 66( 9.68
Julr "9 4tifA 9 50
August 9.4! 9 50
October 9 32t) 9.33
November...9 30 31
December ...9 33 9.34
January 9.43 9.44
February v o'(oi v &s
March 9.62(3) 9.63
April 9.72 9.73
May 9 82 9.83
New York cotton statement for the
weekending Friday, July 23, 1886:
Net receipts at all United Bales
States ports for week 10,548
Total receipts to date 5,324,481
Exports for the week 32,853
Total exports to date 4,187,517
Stock at U. 8. ports 255,259
Stock at 16 interior towns... 25,829
Stock at Liverpool 601,000
Stock of American a 11 oat for
Great Britain 48,000
The New Orleans spot market opened
quiet, and cloEed steady; midding,
9 3-lOc. Sales, 800 bales. Quotations
were as follows:
Good ordinary. .....8J
Low middling. ...8 11-16
Middling 9 3-16
Good middline 91516
The New Orleans future
opened steady, and closed quiet and
steady. Sales, 11,500 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
July 9.20 9.22 9.22 9.25
August 9.23 9.24 9.25 9 20
September..9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04
October 8.89 8.90 8.91
November-8.85 8.86 8 87 8 8!)
December -8 90 8 91 8.92 8.93
January 9.01 9.02 9.03
February ...9.12 9.14 9.14
March 9.24 9.26 9.25 9.H
April .........9.30 9.37 9.36 9.38
May 9.46 9 49 9.47 9.49
daily port and interior markets.
217 9 3-16
Receipts at porta, this day, 1886. 1,135
Receipts at ports, this day, 1885. 925
R'ts U. S.
p'rts 7 d'ys
Ex. Gr. Br
R'ts Sept. 1
Iccrease in receipts this year, 635,030
" At nooni Liverpool spots were re
ported "fair business." Sales, 10,000
bales, of which American 810U bales.
Receipts, 5000 bales, of which Ameri
can 5000 bales.
Closing quotations were as follows :
Ordinary, 4 6-16d: good ordinary.
4 13-lUd: low middling. 51 u good
middling, 5 9-1 6d ; middling uplands,
6 5-16d ; middling Orleans, 6f .
Manchester cloths steady, fair de
mand. Yarns firm, demand better.
ITtepricet are given in pence and ditto,
tint: 4 63 means 4 63-lM; and 6 01
meant 5 l-64f. " '
At noon: Liverpool futures were
quiet at decline; July, 5 17d; July
August. 5 17d; August-September,
5161; September-October, ; October-November,
5 07d; December-January,
5 07d ; January-February, 5 08d ; Sep
tember, 5.175 16d. i
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
steady; July,515d buyers; JulyAug
ust, 5 15d buyers ; August-September,
5 15d buyers; September-October, 5 lid
buyers; October-Noverhber, 6 07d
buyers; November-December, 5 OOd
buyers ; December-January, 6 OOd buy
ers; January-February, 5 07d buyers;
September, 5 161 sellers.
At 4 p.tn: Liverpool futures wete
quiet and steady ; July, 5 15dBellers;
July-August, 5 15d sellers; August
September, 5 15d sellers; September
October, 5 lid sellers; October-November,
6 07d value ; November-December,
6 OOd buyers ; December-January.
5 06d buyers; January-February, 5 07d
buyers; September, 5 15d buyers. '
Liverpool weekly statement for tho
week ended Juiy zd, 18H6:
Weekly sales 54,00t
Of which American. 43,000
Including for export 3,400
Incl g for spec lation
Forw d f'm Bhip side
Of which American.
Of which American.
27,000 f t7,000
To'l rec. since Sep.l..2,908,000 3.118,000
Of which Amcrican.2,415,700 2,364,000
Actual week's exp't. 4,300; 3,600
Stock afloat 137,000 50,000
Of which American. 48.000 ' 16,000
Corn White, 60c; mixed, 47c, from
store; from levee or depot, white, 45c;
mixed, 43e; in sacks, in round lots,
white, 4950c ; mixed, 46J47c.
Hay Choice, from store. 7580c;
prime,70c; prairie,50c ; round lota from
levee or depot, Choice, $1212 60;
prime, $1112; prairie, $77 60.
Oats White, 39c; mixed, 37c,
from store ; round lots from levee on
track white, sacked, 3536c; mixed,
Bran From st3re,6570c per cwt. ;
round lots from levee, $10 25 per ton.
Beans Navy, $1 75 2; medium,
$1 50; German millet, $1 201 40.
Cornmbal Standard, $2 80; pearl,
$3 253 50 from store, 6c cheaper from
mill, levee or track.
Rice Louisiana, 4J6c; Carolina,
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
Flour From store, triple extra,
$3 25; family, $4; choice, 4 25; fancy,
$4 50; extra fancy, $4 75: patents,
$5 255 50; in car lots, trible extra,
nominal ; family, $3 353 60 ; choice,
$3 753 90; fancy, $4 054 15; extra
fancy, $4 354 60; patents, $55 15.
Cracked Wheat In half-barrels,
$4 25 from store.
Hon iRT and Grits From store,
$3 153 25.
Crackers Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crariHtF,
treble extra, 7 Jc; ginger snaps, extrf,
5c; ginger snap, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted ;umb'e9, 9 J.
Kansas City, Mo., July 23. Wheat
lower; No. 2, red, raih, oiij aked;
Augu t, 60c asktd; Si-piembfr, 61c
Corn bwor; No. 2, ca-h, :Mr,i:u;o
Ansnst, 34 e; Sitptemlwr, av.M oSv.
Oats cash, 26c b:d; 27joSKid.
New Orleans, La., July 2:!. Flour
dull; ohoii-e. f:6.";.i 3 M; faiu'v, ; ij
4: ern faicv, H 20(.'4 40; .Minne
sota patent prci'cs and wint r wnrut
pHtt-u's, H i0(54 Uorn cesreu nul
tirm : in onckB, 50.")ln. Oats weak ;
clicioa Wentcro, 4(X'41o. Cornmeai
steal v, $2 60. Hiv quiet; prime,
$14 6015; choic?, $1616 50.
St. Lot-is, Mo., July 2:1. Flour
dull andenier; XXX, $2 252 3;
family. $2 40(.ft2 50; choice, $2 90
3 10; fancy, $3 453 65; extra fancy,
$3 753 95; patente, $4 2X'H 5 J.
Wheat weak and lower; the market
ruled about steady at the opening, but
early in the session sold off liUc,
later tallied fc, declined sgiin near
the close and closed Jcuudfr yes
terday: No. 2 red, cash, 75c; August,
7.c(5753c, closing at75Jc; September,
77i77Jc, closing at 77 jc; October,
793(.at80j, closing at 79jo. Corn weak
and lower; No 2 mixed, cunii, 38e ;
August, 3"838c, cloeingat 37c; Sep
tember, 3Sg40c, cloFing at 3s jc; Oc
tober. :9f 401c, c'osina at 391e asked.
Oats firm but dull; No. mixed, cr.sh,
2SJ28:!c; AuRtnt, 28u; heptenilior,
28jo. Ry ea-ier, at 62c. Barley no
market. Hny fairly active and tirm;
prairie, $5008 ; timothy, $912. Brim
tirm at 4tic. Cornmeai aieadv, at
$2 25. Receipts Flour, 3000 brls;
wheat, 234,00) bu; com, 16.UO0 bu;
oat?, 41,010 bu; rye. 1000 bu; barley,
none. Shipmonts Flour, 8lH0 brls;
wheat, 12,003 bu ; corn, 7000 bu ; cuts,
50C0 bu; rye and barley, none.
Chicago, III, July 23. The day
on 'Cbanga was quiet and tomewhat
dragging with an easier tone to wheat.
The market opened lower at 75ic for
August, broke off to 75J?, ra'lied on
reports of a better export movement
to 761 e and c osod at 76c. Tho receipts
here and at other point continue quite
liberal. Corn was fairly active and
considerably unsettled. Etrly in the
seesion the market ruled strong then
eiHed off jc, again recovered but later
on reports of rain in Kansas the mar
ket became weak and declined 3lc,
recovered slightly and closed Jlc
under yesterday. Oats were- inclined
to be dull and heavy early but devel
oped strength later cn, and closed gc
over yesterday. Flour qoift. Wheat
quiet and generally easier; July, 74 j
75Jc, closed 75c; August, 7576Jc,
closed 76c; September, 77j(7sjc,
closed 77c ; No. 2 spring, 7"c ; No. 3
nominal; No. 2.red winter, 77c. Corn
Fairly active, unsettled,'- closing J
jc lower; cash, 40c;' July, 3,40f.
closed 40Jo; August, 40341Jc, closed
40& ; September, 41 842Jc, closed 41 jc.
Oats-Opened dull and heivy but ral
lied, closed 8c higher; cash, 2)U
295c; August, 28j 429 1 -16c, closed
28: c; Saplembor, . 29j30jof closed
29jc. Rye steady, No. 2, 53o. Par
ley quiet, No. 2, 62c. Flaxseed firm,
No. 1, 1 15 j. Receipts Flour, 22,000
br!s; wheat, 89,003 bu; corn, 188,000
bu; cats, 81,000 bu; rye, 8001) bu; bitr
ley, 3000 bu. Shipment Flour, 9000
brls; wheat, 93,000 bu; corn, 359,000
bu;oats, 51,000 bu; rye, 5C00 bu;
barley, 1000 bu.
Butter Creamery, 2023c; dairy,
Hog Products Mens pork, $11 50;
sugar cured hams, lli12Je; break
fast bacon, 8j10c; clear side pork,
7Jc; clear rib side pork, 6j7c;
long clear pork, 63c: pork shoul
ders, 61c Bacon Clear rib side,
7j7Jc. Lard-Tierces, 6 j6Jc; half
barrels, 637c; kegs, 63c; pails,
7i7Jc; half-pails, 7j7jc; 60 lb tins,
6ic; 20-lb tins, 6J7c; 101b tins,
7J7Jc; 5-lb tins, 73c; 31b tins,
ViwJc; cnoice xeitie, tierces, oogu.
Fresh Meats No. 1 beef, 7c; Mut
ton, 7c; hind quarters of beef, 9c;
lambs, $2 503 60.
St. Louis, Mo., July 2:., Provisior.a
very dull but aboutjf teady. Pork $ 1 0 20.
Lard $6 206 25. Bulk meats, loose
lots long clear, $6 20; short ribs,
$6 25; short clear, $6 40; boxed lots
firm; long clear, $6 37 j; Bhort ribs,
$6 40 ; short clear,$0 60. Eicon weak ;
long clear and short ribs. $7 ; short
clear, $7 05. Hams firmer, 11 J
12jc. Butter firm and ..higher;
creamery, 1720c; dairy, 1010c.
Eggs easy, 56c.
Chicago, III., July 23. Mess pork
quiet and easy and 5c lower; cash,
$9 559 60 ; August, $9 6f)9 60, closed
atJ9 67j9 60; September, $9 65
9 70, closed at $9 67j9 70. Lard
quiet and easy; cash, $6 52 j6 65;
August, $6 52J6 60, closed at $0 52i
6 55 ; September, $6 606 67 J, closed
at $6 006 62 j. Short rib sides steady ;
cash', $6 05607j. Boxed meats
steady; dry salted shoulders, $6 05
6 10; short clear sides, $6 506 65.
Buttor tirm : creamery, 1318Jc ; dairy,
ll13jc. Eggs, Uc.
0j10jc; prime Kio, 10f(jllo; choice
to fancy, llj12jc; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 20c. '.
.Soap 3j5jo per pound.
Sugar Pore white, 63c; off white,
6o; yellow, 6j6c; open kettle,5j
6o; refined A, 6c; granulated. 7
7jc; powdered, 7 jc; cut loaf, 7j7Jc.
Salt $125 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 60; coarse, $1 15 1 20; pock
eta, bleached, 2J7c; car-loads from
levee or depot, 5c cheaper.
Candies Sticks, all sizes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 7 J8c.
Candles Full weight, 10c,
Camhed Goods, Etc. Prices per doz
en: Pineapples, $1 351 65; peaches,
2-lb,- standard, $1 351 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25 1 35;3-lb, fl 151 30; straw
berries, $1 351 40: raspberries,
$1 151 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 60l 76;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70; asparagus, f if 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peaH, $1 65165; cove
eysters, lull weight, Mb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, l!jht weight, 1-lb,
65c; cove oysters, light weight, 2-lb,
$1 ; condensed milk Crown, $5 90 ;
Eagle, $7 75; Swiss. $6.5'
Molasses Louisiana,' common to
fair, 203Qc; prime to choice, 3040c ;
syrup, 2040c; common to fair, 20
25c ; prime to choice, 30033c ; centrif
ugal, fancy, 3234c. ; ,
Tobacco Common, li-inoh, 2o
30c; other grades and styles, 35 85c.
Snuff Garrett's, $1(5 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 26 per case; R. R., $9 60.
New York, July 22. Coffee op
tions lower and fairly active; sales,
31,000 bags; July and August. 7.60
7.65c ; September, 7.70o ; Octobor and
November, 7.707.75c; December,
7.757.80c; January, 7.80c; February.
7.807.85c; March, 7.90c. Bogardull
and nominal; fair to good refining, 43
4jc; refined steady; extra C, 6
5 3-16; yellow, 414jc; standard A.,
Sll-lOc; powdered 6j6 3-16c; gran
ulated, 6J6 3-16i. Molasses dull:
50 test, l7e. Rice steady, demand
New Oblkans, La., July 23. Coffee
quie', but firmer; Kio cargoes and
common to prime, 7j 101c Siiitar in
light demand, but holders tirm ; lonis
iana open kettle, choio, fic; strictly
prime, 5Jc ; prime, oc; fully fair,5i;;
good fair, 4;c; fa'r, 4 common to
good common, 4 l4Jc; inferior, 33
4Jo; Lruifian ivntrifuga', clinico
white, 0 3-10i:; rff white, 5;:.i)i? 1 1 tic ;
p:imo cariiii d, 5 13-1 5;c ; oil y el lew
clarified, "Oc: seconds, 41'n5'c. Mo.
ksvs quie'. and wsnk ; l.oni-iai 11 npi n
keltle, gool prime to siriclly prime,
32c; prime, 20 2 c;gio.l fjir. lTlSc;
f.iir, lf)fViMi ; g :od comuinn, 1(.Y l ie;
Louisiana lent'lfugal, prime to Btrict
ly p-iuie, 15:-1!V; fair to gjod fair, 12
HUrSKUOI.lt Ml PI-I.IKN.
Apples Dred apphs, 2J'.ic per
pound from store. Dried peaches, 3
31c from store.
Vegetables Onions, $2 75 from
store; $2 502 60 from levee or
depot. Cabbage, $2 753 per crate.
Garlic, 4000c per 100. Turnips, 60c
Fruit Oranges, Louisiana, none;
California, $7. lemons, $S9 per
box. Bananas, $1 502 60 per bunch.
Cocoanute, $6 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7jc; Tennessee, farmers' stock,
34c; roasted, 2jc. higher; shelled,
10c. Almonds, 1820c.
Pickles In jars, pints, 95c; quarts
11 60; half-gallons, $2 76; gallons
ii 75 jlooae, barrels, $6: half-barrels,
$3 t; mixed, barrels, $10 50; mixed,
Uaiains ljondon layers, $3 40; lay
ers, $275; California, ; Imperial,
Potatoes New, $1 25.
PucANs Texas, 810c for small to
medium, 10 lie for largo; Arkansas,
Walnuts French, 12c; Naples,15c
Gronobles, 15c. Filberts, 12c.
OmuR New York, $6 50 per barrel
and $3 50 por ball-barrel ; Vinegar, 12J
15c per gallon,
PouLTRY-Chickens, $1 002 00;
eld hens, $2 4-2 50.
Game Game fish, 11(jW2c.
F.gqs Quiet nt 8c.
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels, No. 1,
$4 15; No. 2, $3 253 50; No. 3,
$2 753; 10-lb kit. No. 1,80c; No. 2,
70c ; 15-lb, No. 3. 50c. Dry herrings,
tamily, 30c per box.
COTTON SKEW OIL, Ell'.
Seed Delivered at depot and wharf,
$8 per toa; wagon at mills, s.
Ur-load lots. rrime crude u. .
oil, 2225c; off crude. 1620c;
prime cummer yellow U.S.Oil,,i.t.i4o;
off summer yellow C. S. oil, 3233c ;
Miner's summer yellow C. S. oil, 33
34c; Choice cooking summer yellow,
3435c; prime cotton seed meal, (f. 0.
Less than car-load lots. Prime
summer yellow O. S. oil, 2830c;
choice cooking summer yellow, 30
B.ttiUINU AND TIE9, ETC.
Baoginq Flng,7j9jc. Ties, $110
Nails $2 252 50.
iiiden an tallow.
Hides Dry flint, 12j16c; dry
salt, 1012c;'groen salt,7l8jc;'green,
56c ; deer skins, 1617c. Beeswax,
2021c; tallow, 33jc.
whisht, win en, LUirORN, etc.
Whisky Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 606; rye, $1 756; domes
tic, 90c$l 50.
St. Louis, Mo., July 23. Whisky
steady at $1 07.
Chicago, III., July 23. Whisky
steady at $1 12.
Coal Oil Prime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
Cleveland, O., July 23, Petroleum
quiet; s. w., 110, 7Je.
Pitt8iu'rg, Pa., July 23. Petroleum
dull but firm ; opened at 66 jo and ad
vanced to 6ttjc at 1 o'clock.
Receipts of cattle the past week
have been quite liberal. Prices on all
grades were a shade lower. Today
there is a fair supply on sale. Prices
weak. Receipts of bogs light. Market
bare today. Prices firm. Demand for
light weights very good. Market
overatocked with sheep and dull. Prices
lower. Choice lambs in light supply
and in fair demand. Prices firm.
Cattle Choice grass fed, 3j33c;
good, 33c; fair to medium, 2j
21o; common, li2c.
Hogs Choice, 3j4c; good, 3J
3ic: common, SOuJic.
Sheep Choice, 313Jc ; medium, 2
3c; common, $11 60. .Choice
lambs, per pound, 5c. ,
New Orleans, La., July 23. Hog
products quiet and weak. Pork, $10 25.
Lard ruUncu tierce $t2.7. isulk
meata shoulders, $6 00; clear rib and
long clear, $6 37 j. Bacon shoulders,
$6 Ii2j ; long clear, $6 87 j ; clear rib.
$7 00. Hams choice sugar cured
canvassed, 212Jc Cotton eqed
quiet but firm: Prime crude oil de
clined 2425c; summer yellow oil
3132c; f.o.b cake and meal $19 50
Kansas City,Mo., Jnly 23. The Live
Stock Indicator reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 2791 head; shipments, 694 ;
fat cattle active and 10c higher; good
to choice, $4 104 60; common to
medium, $3 50(34; stackers,
$2 402 80; feeders. $2 90 3 40;
cows, $1 503; grass Texas $2 60
3 15. Hogs Kecetpts, 10,114 bead;
shipments, 4026 head; choice hogs
steady ; others weak and a shade lower ;
good to choice, $4 65 4 75; common
to medium, $4 404 60. Sheep
Receipts, 545 head ; shipments, none ;
market quiet ; good to choice, $2 403.
Chicago, III., July 23. The Droven'
Journal reports: Cattle Receipts,
6700 head; shipments, 2500 head;
market strong, and a shade better;
shipping steers, 950 to 1500 lbs, $3 75
6 30 ; stockers and feeders, $2 303 75 ;
cows, bulls and mixed, $1 753 75;
bulk, $2 50 3; through Texans
stronger; cows, $2 252 50; bulls,
$1 752 25 ; steers, $2 503 85. Hogs
Receipts, 15,200 bead; shipments, 6900
head; market strong and a shade
higher, closed weak : rough and mixed,
$4 204 80; packing and t hipping,
$4 756 05; light weights, $4 204 95;
skips, $2 604 15. Sheep Receipts,
4000 head; shipments, 500 bead;
market eUady; natives, $21 30;
Western, $3 3 60; Texans, $23 25;
lambe, $15 60.
NEW YORK DRY UOOUM MARKET.
New York, July 23. For all classes
of wool fabric there is a wide request
for inodt rate quantities, wnlcti, witn
deliveries, give very good sales. For
cotton tbe demand is for more miscel
laneous assortments, and the business
reached in the execution of previous
orders, which is taking care of a large
Arkansas RiYcr Pk't Co.
Str. R, L COBB,
B. B. Smith. ...muUr, wh-l., , . i'm J
Lts AUmthii Krerj TUESDAY, t5 p. a
'. liUWE, AfODl,
Ofl)", Wo. S Mtdisnn st.
TBlotiinne No. M
A MONTH, minN. W( M m
hie knlrl.. In It). nr'it. I MinpU fPK A4-
RIVERS 1D STEMBOATS
Whita River Fkidimk Hiiiiissom, 5 p.m.
Whitolltivor Ai.hkiita N.i. a, & p.m.
Now 0rlr:m CityHatun Hiui;k,4 p.m.
VickburK IIki.i.i M k u fills. 6 p.m.
St. Louis City or Cairo, 4 p.m.
Friars l'uint Jamks I.kp, 5 p m.
Oscot'lft Coahoma, S p.m.
Arknnsas City Katk Ai-ams, s p.m.
Tiptonrilla Oayiim),5 p.m.
Cinclnnnti Ohio, S p.m.
ArkittiMi River K. L. Com, 5 p.m.
St. Francis ltiver...F.i. Fostkk.S p.m.
SIOVKJIF.VIS AT Til K LlwVI K.
Arriiult James Lee, Friars Point;
F.d Fo'ter, St. Francis river; Citv of
l'rovutence, Vickubu'g; City cf Vicks
t urg, Sf. Louis; l'aris C. Brown. Cin-
cinrati; Alberta No. 3, White river;
rredilie Kohiosop, White river.
lrvirtum City of Providence. St,
Louis; Ccahoma, teeola; City of
VicksburgA icksburg; PnrisC. Urown,
New Ofhaus; James Lee, Friars
limit in Port. Freddie Kobinson.
Ed Foster and Alberta No. 3.
Uoats Jhie Down City of Baton
Ron no and Hollo Memphis.
Jtoatu Jhie Up. City of Cairo.
Coahoma 2 bales cotton and 106
James Lee t bales cot'.m, !U sks
et'ek atul lot sumlries.
City of Vicksbure 60 tons
Citv of Providence 1 bale
and lot suudiies.
Kd Fester 2 bsles cotton.
seed cotton and 212 sks Boed.
Alberta No. 31 bale cotton
freddie Kutunson .! hales
020 sks eeed, 34 empty brls and
The Ed Foster, Capt. O. K. Joplin,
(roes out luesday evening for St.
The Lee Line packets Monday
evening aro the James Lee, for Friars
Point, and toauoma, lor Osceola.
The Albetta No. 3. Cait. A. It.
Smith, goes out this evening at 6
o clock for White river, H. O. Wilson
is her clerk.
The City of Cairo. Copt. Shep Light
ner is the Anchor Line packet this
evening al 4 o'clock for Cairo and
St. Louis. J. C. Elton is ber clerk.
The Gayoso, Capt. W. V. Hall, !h
the packet Monday evening at 5
o'clock for Tiptonville and all way
points. B. O. Mitchell is in her oftice.
Tub Belle Memphis, dipt. George
Baker, is the Anchor Line pneket this
morning .at 0 o'clock ior Vicksbnrg
and the bends. Al Simpson is her
The K. L. Col.b, Capt, K. B. Smith,
is the packet Tuesday evening at 5
o'clcrk for all points on Arkansas river.
Charles Musselinnu bin charge of her
The Freddie Kobinson arrived last
evening from White river with 3 bales
of cotton, 020 sicks of seed, 31 empty
barrels and a lot'of sundries and re
turns this evening at the usual hour.
Tee Anchor Liue steamer, Citv of
Baton Kouge, dipt. Ii. J. Whitledge,
will pats down this evening at 4
o'clock for New Orleans and all inter
mediate points. Wm. Matron is her
The Kate Adams, Capt. Mark K.
Cheek.is the United Mutes mail packet
Monday evening at 5 o'clock for
Helena, ArkaomiH City and all way
landings. W. C. Blanker has charge
of her ollice,
The Ohio, Capt. M. M. Deem, is the
packet Monday evening at 5 o'clock
for Cairo, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all way landings on the Ohio river.
Harry Proctor Bnd Harry Best aro her
clerks. Tbo Ohio will give cheap rates
to all points north and east.
The Milt Harry Linn steamer Fred
die Kobinson, Capt. Milt K. Harry,
is tho packet this evening at 6
o'clock for all points on White river,
going through to Newport and making
connection with packets for upper
Whit and Jilack rivers. Hugh Smith
and James Saulsbury are her clerks.
Wbatukb clcarn and warm.
The Lee Line packets were in and
out on time yesterday.
Tiik Alberta No. 3 arrived yesterday
from White river and goes back this
The Paris 0. Brown paesed down
yesterday afternoon for New Orleans
with a giod trip.
Rut-Birrs by rivor yesterday: Thir
teen bales cotton, 3 bag) seed cotton
and 1328 sks seed.
The City of VickBburg passed down
yesterday morning lor icksburg. She
dircharged here sixty tons freight and
The lighthouse tender Joseph
Henry is on her way down, and is
changing lights between bore and
Cairo. Below will be found s list of
changes made between Cairo and St.
Nolle I Pilot and Mailer.
The following changes have been
made in United States beacon llghu
on the Miesissippi river between St.
Louis, Mo., and Cairo, 111.: Barracks,
moved down 150 yards; Pnll Tight,
moved down 150 yards; Twin Hol
lows, moved up 150 yards; Fine's
Blull', discontinued; Merrimac Island,
moved down 200 yards; Jim Smith's,
moved up 500 yards; Harlow's Land
ing, moved do n 400 yards; Sulphur
Spring, moved down 150 yards; Lu
cas's, moved down to Swashin Creek;
Boggs's, moved down 200 yards; Cor
nice Island, moved down 50 yards;
Forest 1 Iouie, 111., moved up 600 yards ;
head of Uusli Island, moved down 400
yards; Fort CheBter Island, moved up
600 yards; Sto. Onnevieve Island,
moved down 400 yards; Ste.
Genevieve Bond, moved down
300 vards: Ferry Hand, moved
.down 300 yards; Saline Creek, moved
down 150 yards ; raune itocks, moved
up 100 yarJs; Manskers, moved down
600 yards; Waters Landing, moved
down 300 yards ; Kyan's moved down
300 yards; Big Eddy, moved up to the
mouth of the creek; Fountain Bluff,
moved down 300,'yards; Birmingham,
now light; Crawford Landing, moved
up 2C0 yards: Bennett's moved down
400 yards; Neeley's, moved down 300
yards; Buinbridge, moved down 100
yards: Flora Creek, new light; Com
mercial Point, moved down 50 yards;
Hacker's Bend, new l'gbt; Bullalo
Island, discontinued; Wreck of Stan
nard, new light; Dog Tooth Island,
moved down 600 yards: ScndderTow
Head, discontinued; Head Miesonri
Sister, moved down 300 yards; Green
leaf's, moved down 100 yards.
RIVEI11 AflJW WEATHEK.
OrricB Biukal Sebvici, TJ. S. A., 1
Memphis, July 23, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 7b" meridian
time, which is one hour faster
Datittfir I.last pat And Unths of a root
Kuove lero ot gunge :
Cairo. 4(1 feet.
Chattanooga. 1.1 teet.
Port Smith, U.
Leaven worth, 20
New Orleans, 13.1.
St. Paul. 7.
l.a Crosse, 24.
Little Rork, '23.
St. Louis, .12.
Kvanhvii.lb, Ind., July 23. Noon
Kivei lal mg, with 7 feet 4 inches on
the ang i.
Pittsucro, July 23. Noon Rivor 3
feet 5 inches on the gauge and fall
ing. Weather clear and warm.
W ii BRUNO, W.Va., July 23. Noon
River 4 h'nt 1 inch on the gauge and
fu'ling. Weather clear and warm.
Cincinnati, July 23. Noon River
10 feet 0 inches on the gauge and ris
ing slowly. Weather clear ; thermom
IiOUibville, July 23. Noon River
lulling, with 5 feet 61 inches in the
canal and 3 feet 8J inches on the falls.
weather clear and warm. Business
Cairo, July 23. Noon River 14 feet
0 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather clear and warm. Arrived:
S. L. Wood and tow, New Orleane, 2
a.m.; Mary Houston, New Orleans, 3
a.m.; John A. Wood and tow, New
Orleans, 11 a.m. Departed: Mary
Houston, Cincinnati, 4 a.m.; S. L.
Wood and tow, Louisville, 5 a.m.
Memphis it Cincinnati P'k't Co.
FOB tO DATS ONLY
May 1st. ,
Buckeye State, Ohio & Jan. W. UaU
- Thl (Company will sell HOUND TRI1
TICKKT3 from Memphis to Louisville,
Cincinnati, anil all Kastero Cities,
greatly HeJuoed Rates.
Tickets Include Meals and Btate-roomg.
Return tlokets good on any boat in the Un
Kach boat carries a Vine Btriug Ban.
BOATS LEAVE MKMfUIS
Mondays and Thursdays at 5 P.M.
For information inquire f C. B. RU8
8KLL, Agent, 13 Matllson street, Memphis,
Tenn. R. W. W1HK, Hnp't.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Ml. l.onls unrt New Wrlmsn Arhor
Will leave the Klentnr eATUKuAr. July
24th, at 4 p.m. For lamgait tPaMneariuly
C. L. II 4U., Pans. A'ck All STORM, NuVt.
- - -J
Nl. I.oula mill Nw Orlrnna Anchor
l.lno-V.N. MMI-VUK VICKBUURO.
Belle Memphis, TS
Ota. Baker maiter,".-
Will leave the Klevator MATUKUAV, July
24th, at A p.m. for Ireight or passage apply
O. L. IIi.i..Ps. Ag't. Al HTtlRM.Ag't
FOR NEW OWLEANR.
M. l.ooia itnil Now Wrlrniie) Aneher
l.lno-l'.N. Mwll-trOK KW OKLJf ANd
City of Baton Rouge ,5Sb
K. J. Whltl.ilge... master.
Will leave the Kl.vaUir HATUKOA , July
'Z4th, at 4 p.m. For Ireight or passage apply
C. L. II l.l., Pass. Agt. Al) HTOKM. Aaynt.
For Osceola. Hales Point, Caruthersvlll.,
Uayoso and Tiptonville Th. new steamw
W. P. Hall master I B. O. Miolieil...olerk.
Will leave as above, and all way point.
KVEUY MONDAY and TUUH8DAY at 5
Mmplil,lrlnr. foloi aud nraipim
hikI Oornoln Pisrlui iinluy.
forU.l.na, ULndale, Friar Poiirt and all
Way Landings Steamer
Tames liee, ifciSe-i
J. n. Oooixt, nastr....J. W.Smitbers.oleYk
Will leave as above on every MONUAY,
W EDM KHDAY and FRIDAY, at 6 o'olock.
For Randolph, Fulton, Oscol and W af
I. T. Clasgett... master I Piatt Rhoaes-oi.rjr
Leaves ev.ry MOMUAY, W KDN KBDA1
and FHIDAY at & p.m. The bo.U of tail
line reserve th. right to pas all land It gj
thecapUln may deem unsafe. Offloe, Nl. 1
Madisnns. JAMKH LKK. Ja.,8or't
Memphis& White Hirer 1'kt.Co
For 4'lrsidBi, Derail BloB. Do
Are, Augusta, Bearcy, Newport, Jaeuoa)
port, llatosville and all Way Landings,
NTH. 4 HK HABJAW, - . f
K. O. PoeUI master, JTiieT flimUTi
Will leav KVKRY WGUMEtiOAY al& p.m.
1TB. ALBERT A MO. , - . 'fc
Albert B. .Smith master "r ffWC
Will leav KVKRY BAIURUAY at & p.m.
Through rates given to all points. Freigkl
consigned to the Memphis and White River
Packet Co., at Memphis or Torrene, will b
forwarded promptly. For general informa
tion apply at office, No. S Madison St., ort
Call Telephone W. H. C. LOWK, Ag't. ..
FOR WHITE 1UVER.
MEMPHIS A WHITE UIVEU P'E'5
Freddie Robinson. ua
M. R. Harry master,
For Helena, Terrene. DeValls Bluff, Pes Ar,
Augusta, Searcy, Newport and Uatesvill.
Will leav as above SATURDAY at 6 p.m.
Through rates to all uolnts. Freight oop
signed to Milt Harry Line, Memphis, will b
promptly lorward.d. P. P- ' KAH .
The Ht.l'ranclfj Klver IranaportaUoa
Co.' Fin Hide-W heel U. 0. Mall 8Uamt
HniMrintndM. (Ifflfe. Nn. 4 Madison St.
Memphis sb4 Vlcksbur Packet Com
an-U.H. Mail Line. ;
Fnv nel.na. !oncordia, T.rrn nd Arkaw-
la City The elegant
paste user itssast
M. R. Chk.muUf I W. 0. Bluiircltcl
EVERT MONDAY and THURSDAY, at 8
5. morUrving the right to pau all 1M
UiecipUi. sssrdeem """'V i if?uV.
Solisf CARR. Ww
at 5 0'lok,forMarlann,thCnt-Off,la4
Intermediate landings on St. Franels river.
Th. captain reserve, th. right to pmi i jl
i 11..-. Amna nnitfa. JA9. LBilC. Jf..