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Cotton Quiot and Unchanged Mid
dllng, 9e Sales Yesterday,
COO Rules.
Money in good demand at 8 per
-cent. Local securities are steady and
tending upward. American Oil Trusts
' continue to show surprising strength,
having advanced within ten days from
45c to 53c.
The cotton market yesterday clored
eaty; middling, tta; tales, 600 bales.
At New Ycrk spots closed firm and
l-16c higher; middling, 9,o. Fntnres
barely steady; fceptmber, 9.159.16o.
Of the future market a leading New
York circular says: ' Upon further
improvement in cable advices onr
market opened strong and gained some
89 points. The demand was in part
from local shorts and to some extent
on new bnj iog orders, bnt not lasting,
and the c'ose found a rather plain ef
fort to unload among some of the
principal operators."
At New Orleans spots were steady ;
middling, 8Jc ; futures steady; Sep
tember, 8 76S.78c.
At Liverpool a good business at
hardening rates was reported in the
spot market; middling, 5Jd; futures
steady; Feptember, 6 ll-64d.
In the general market hog prodacts
are firm and a shads higher; clear rib
sides bacon, 7Jo; clear lib aides pork,
7Jc Ecs firm at 18c. Other articles
One hnndred and seventy-four b'ls
apples, 2 ta s bran, 2 pkg butter, 1924
lis baggi re, 607 pus bacon, 136 pig
boots and shoes, 6000 bu corn, 69 pkgs
cheree, 234 ekn coffee, 1868 ski cotton
seed, 135 pkgs dry goods, 96 pkgs
eggs, 2299 brls fl nr, 1028 bales bay, 110
pkgs hats, 75 hd cattle, 92 hd horses
and mules. 1212 pkgs lard, 78,000 ft
lumber, 107 pkgs liquors, 425 brla meal,
5 brls molisses, 275 kgs nails, 39.780
bu oats, 20 brls onions, 161 brls pota
toes, 7 cats pork tides, 287 brls sugar,
801 pks tobacco and 3288 ba wheat.
The following shows the amount of
grain received, withdrawn and in store
by regular elevators, as reported to
the Merchants' Exchange yesterday:
Wheat received, none; withdrawn,
none; in store, 6153 bu. Com re
ceived, 7257 bu; withdrawn, none;
in store, 11,650 bu. Oats received,
19,833 bu: withdrawn, 7661 bu; in
store, 149,605 bu.
9 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.,
Money in good demand at 8 per cent
The Clearing House report is as fol
rMonday, September 6th, 1184,
482 99; same time last week. $122,.
100 74; corresponding time in 1885,
$149,394 83; roiTesponding time in
1884, J86.542 39. .
Monday, September 6tb, 153,295 44;
same time last week, 106,623 11 ; cor
responding time in 1885, M7.758 64;
corresponding time in 1884, $29,976 62.
New York sight on all points, par
buying, i premium selling; New
England demand, J discount buying;
New England sight, J discount; New
Orleans, jf discount buying, par selling.
Bank of Commerce .146 bid, 149 asked
First National 150 bid, 155 asked
German Bank 195 .'bid, 200 asked
State National 145 bid, 150 asked
Union and Planters..l50 bid, 153 asked
Mercantile Bank135 bid, 137 asked
Bluff City 100 bid, ... asked
Hernando 100 bid, asked
Home 75 bid, 80 asked
Memphis City 102 bid, 105 asked
Peoples 80 bid, 83 asked
Phoenix 98 bid, 100 asked
Planters .107 bid, ... asked
Vanderbilt - 25 bid, 26 asked
Arlington 30 bid, ... asked
Factors 20 asked
M. and O. R.R.shares-36 bid, ... asked
M.& T. R.R. shrs, 45 bid, 50 asked
M. & O. consols, 7s... 119 bid, ... asked
M. & L. R. 1st m. 8S...105 bid, ... asked
Miss.&T.R.R.ca,A....lll bid, 113 asked
Misa.&T.R.K.cn,B101 bid, 103 asked
Tenn. wta. eer. U 90 bid, 93 asked
Tenn. wts. ser. E to J.83 bid, 85 asked
Shelby Co. 63... 108 bid, 110 asked
Tax. Dist. 4, 6a 97 bid, 98J asked
Tax. Diet. 6s 104 J bid, 105J asked
Mem. One bonds 104 bid, ... asked
Mem. Water bonds-... 97 bid, ... asked
Hananer Oil Works bid, 65 asked
Am. Cot. Oil trusti 53 bid,55 asked
Pioaeor Cotton Mills 25 bid, 30 aaked
Mera.Stor.Com.Oo..l02 bid, 103 asked
Mem. tiw Bto. k 75 bid. 80 asked
New Yobk, fc'epfc-mber 0. Money
on call easy, running frco 4 per cent,
to 6 per cent., closing at 45 per cent
Prime mercantile paper 4!"5 por cent.
Sta ling exchange qniet but steady at
481 lit Sixty day bills and 481 for dt
maml. Bonds Governments have been
dull and steady. States qnifct and
steady. Railroads dull and generally
steady. Tt:e market remained with
out rpecial feature throughout the
day. There was not a single active
issue among those dealt in, although
the Texas Pacific incomes displayed
most animation. Tbe total sale of all
issues was $717,100. Prices were about
steady throughout the day, and im
.porrant changes ere few in number.
Flint ad Pere Marquette sixes are
down 2, at 120; Home, Watertown
and Ogdensbnrg first rose 2, to 112),
and Virginia Midland incomes 8, to 92.
stocks The market was again more
active and higher today, tbe feeling in
favor of higher prices being much
more pronounced than for some
time back. The principal im
petus to the advance comes from
Chicago, although the trunk lines are
prominent in the trading. There was
soms foreign buying today, bnt it bad
little effect on the general market.
Money wis comparatively easy and
steady throughout the day, the mone
tary situation taking a comparatively
secondary place as a factor in the mar
kets. Tbe grangers, as usual, ware tbe
leaders, although Omaha was remark
.ably quiet. Western Union exhibited
more animation than of late and was
conspicuously - ttronjf. The London
buying was principally in the North.
ern Pacifies, while Chicago bought the
Ban Francisco stocks. First prices
this morning generally showed ad
vances ranging trom i to i per cent.
above the clonog figures of Saturday,
thongh Pacifio Mail was np . Tie
(radio? was quiet, but generally firm
throughout the morning hour, but
after 12 o'clock the upward movement
ga'hered renewed strength and
culminated ehorily before 2 o'clock
pm., after which there wai a slight
secession, the market doting rather
heavy cloe to the best figures
reached. The tual days business
amounted to 181,785 shares St Paul
furnished 23.690 shares, Lackawanna
is.zoii, i.ate snore, Western Union
and Northwestern, in the order named.
over 9,000 each. Almost everything
on me active list is Higher tonight,
but advances are for fractions only,
with the single exception of Lake
Shore, which is np 1 per cent. Con
solidated Gas and New York and New
England are down i per cent, each
Tne total sales of stocks todav were
185,785 shares, including Delaware
A An. , 1 Q o.-.n . T o m .
Kansas and Texas, 7280; Lake Shore,
13,876; Northwestern, 11,225; New
Jersty Uentral. Mzu; Wew York (Jen
tral, 3210; Pacific Mail, 8882 ; Read
ing, 3ol)U; Bt i'aui, 23,000; St. Paul
and Omaha, 4400; Union Pacific,
3160; Weetern Union, 14.172: Norths
ern Pacific preferred, 5070; Oregon
rrauconiinemai, a no.
TJ. 8. 8, lOOVf. 4i, coop, 126'4.
tXt, ooup, hOX. Paoifio 8a of 1895, 126.
La. lUmi'l, 4i, 7674. Miiionri, 6i, VX).
Cent. Pao. lita, 114'. Den. A H.a.liu.li).
linARW.Uta,81. Km ieoondi, 116.
M.K. AT. ,(jBn.6B,WM. North. Pas. Iiti,115.
North. Pas. 2d,101.tt. Weitern oon., 141 11
N.Weit. dab. 6i, llWK.St.L.S.ir.Gen.M,
St. Paul, eon., 130;. SI.P..C. A P. lita.122.
T.P. land roH,5,.T.P..K.G. x oon 67.
U. P. lit,, 114S4. Wait Bhors. 1U1K.
Tenn.ta, iet'mt,106.Tenn. 6i, nt'mt, 100.
Tenn. 3s. aet'mt, 78079.
, stoois.
Adamt Exsreii, 140. Murrlii E.,o8"d ,139.
Alleghnnj Cen.. . Naibrille A C, 67.
Alton ft T. U , 31. N. J. Central, 5Mi.
A ft X. U., p(d.. 8.5. Nor. ft H' pfd., U.
American Ex., 1U6. Northern Pao., 28.
B. O. K. ft N., 45. Northern P. pfd.,60.
Canada Pae.. 6!fii. O. ft N. W.. lliiu!
Canada Sou.. 46. O. ft N.W., ptd.,H.
central raoino, tzy. a. i. central, hum
CheeaneakeftO , 8. N. Y. C. ft St. L.,9
u. jc u.,iiipia, jo. n.i. v et.Li.,p.,:
v. et v., la pia.i . unio central, .
C. ft A., 141. Ohio ft Miae., 26X.
C. ft A . ptd., 153. O. ft Mill., pfd., 90.
C, B. ft Q.. 136. Ontario ft Wait.. WH,
C, St. L. ft N. O., -. Oreaon NaT., 106.
O.. fit. L. ft P.. 13. Orexon Traai.. SS.
0 St. L. A P. p. .33. Oreioi Imp.,2V
0..B. ftO.,27. Paoifie Mail. 57.
C.ft C.,61. Panama, 98.
Del. Und..l00S Peoria, D. ft B., 29J.
Del., L, ft W., i:s0K. Pittibara.151.
nen. a. mo u.. ou. ranman r. v., las.
trie, st't. neaaini, zi.
Erie pfl., 76. Rook In and, 1:
Erie pfa., 75. Rook In and, 126.
Kelt Tenn., 6. St. L. ft S. P.,
Bait Tenn. pfd, 14. St. L. ft 8. F., p..
Fort Wayne, 147S. St.L.ft8.F..lit P.112M
Hannibal ft St Jo.,- 0. M. ft St. P., 94
H. ft St. Jo., pfd., - 0. M. ft St. V.,p.m.
Harlem. 2:10. St. P., M.ft M., 113SJ.
ii . l nt m. c. n .i l ims
Illinois Ceo j lMi. Bt. Paul AO. pfd., 111.
Ind., B. ft W.. K. Ten. Coal ft Iron,.
kamai I'., X!. Kim paoiBo, HY,.
Uke K. ft W.. 9. Union PaoiBo,
Lake Shore, (S'A. II. S. Expresi. 62.
Lon. ft Naih., 4ft. W St. L. A P., 19.
Lou. AN. A., &2'A. W.,Ht. L. 4P.,p.,sl
M. ft O. nnt pi W. ft F. Ex.. 125.
M. AC. pfd., . W.U. Tel., 67.
Mem. ft Char., 36. Colorado Coal. 29S
Mioh. Can., mH- Homeitake, 18S.
Min. A St. L., 20. Iron Silver, 185.
Mia. A St. L.pfd.Jl'i. Ontario. 27.
Miasouri Paeino,lul.Quiekiilver, 6.
Mobile ft Ohio. 14. Quiekailver.pfd, 22.
H.L. 8. W63. South Paoino. -.
M. L.8.ftW.,pfd,87.Sntro.7.
London, September 6.-4 p.m. Con
sols 100 15-16 for money and 101 for
the account. United States bonds, 4Js,
113: bar silver. 43ld per ounce. Tne
amount of bullion gone into the Bank
of England today i 28,000.
Pabib, September 0. Three percent,
rentes, 831 32c for the account.
Nw Osliams, La.. September 6.
Clearings of the banks, 076,725.
" Boston. BIass., September 6 Ex
changes, $10,269,524 ; balances, $1,336,
53. Baltisiobk. Md., September 6.
Clearings, $',4 "3,985; balances, $346,
881. St. Louis, Mo.. September 6. Bank
clearings, $3,645,676; balances, $571,
421. Nxw York, September 6. Ex
changes, $107,357,829; balances, $3,
940,3i9. Philadelphia. Pa September 6.
Clearing, 9,611,336; balances, $1,-
aswniatad banks dealings today were
Boston. Mass.. September 6. The
followirs table, compiled from special
dispatches to the Pott from the man
ager of tbe leadibg clearing houses in
the United Slates, gives tbe gross ex
changes at each point for the the week
ending September 4, 1886, as com
pared with the corresponding week in
New York, f484,535,536; Inc., 1.6.
Boton, $61,806.345 ; inc , 6 9.
Philadelphia, $49,610,459; inc., 12.3.
Chicago, $80 802,000; inc., 28.8.
St. Louis, $18,440,356; inc., 23.7.
San Fiancisco, $15,675,0(30 ; inc., 30,7.
Baltimore, $11,669,185; inc , 21.5.
Cincinnati, $9,700,000; inc., 14.1.
P.tteburg, 16,881,229; inc , 1.2.
Kansas City, f 5,420,000; Inc., 22.8.
Louisville, 5,294,444 : inc., 24.1.
Providence, $3,312,500; dee., 20 3.
Omaha, $4,164,403; inc., 65.5.
Milwaukee, $4,677,000; inc., 18.
New Oricanp, 3,815,508; dec.,1 1.
Minneapolis, $3,405,091 : inc., 51.4.
Denver,. 3,143,538.
Detroit, $3,147,814: inc, 0.8.
Cleveland, J3.633 502; inc., 09.4.
Columbus, $1,618,500; inc., 13.2.
Indianapolis, $1,909,338.
Hartford, $1,472,002; inc., 11.7.
New Haven, $1,311,596 ; inc., 9.4.
St. Joseph, 951,983; kc., 53.9.
Galveston, $1,255,147.
Memphis, $941,169; inc., 15.4.
Peoria, $766,402; dec, 22.2.
Portland, $790,000; dec, 8.
Worcester, $099,495; inc., 1.2.
Spiinafli'ld, $623,071 ; dec, 8.9.
Lowell, $126,271; inc., 5.3.
HyracuHe. $415,995; inc., 19 2.
Totals, $707,179,414; ine , 0 7.
Outside of New York, $282,643,803;
inc., 21.5., .
kalveaton and Denver not Included
in totals.
The local cotton market opened
eay, and closed easy; middling, 9c.
bales, OUU bales to spinners.
Yesterday, Saturday.
Ordinary 7t 1
Good Ordinary.... 8 8
1X)W Middling 8 o)
Middling; 9 9
Good Middling.... 9 9
Middling iair....iuj 1UJ
Fair... Nom. Norn.
MaurHis, September 6, 1886.
Stock Sept 1,1886.-... 4,009
Received to-day 47
Received previously... 138 4,194
Shipped today 1 128
Shipped previously. 295
Home consumption to
Stock rannini account
Thus far this week...
Thns far last week...
Since September 1st.
M. and C. R. R
M. & T. R. R.
m., a & b. r. r ,
Steamers i.
Wagons and other sources..,
Thus far this week
Thus far last week
Since September 1st
M. A O. R. R
L. and N. R. R
Total ,
New York spots opened steady, and
closed Arm and 1-lfio higher. Mid
ding, 9 3 16c Sales, 650 bales. Quota
tions were as follows:
Yesterday. Saturday.
rdinary 6 6 9-16
Good ordinary. 8 7 15-16
Low middling. 8 13 16 6
Middling.. 9 9 3-16
Good middling 9 11-16 9
Middling fair10 516 10
Fair 10 15-16 101
New York futures opened quiet and
firm and closed barely steady. Sales,
71,200 bales. The closing quotations
were as follows:
8eptember...9.l5 9.16
October.....'..9.18 9.19
November...9.18.4 9.19
9 im 9.12
9.13 9.14
9.14 9.15
9 16 9.17
9 25
9.33 9.34
9.40 9.41
9.49 9.50
9.56 9.67
9.64 9.65
9.71 9.73
December ...9.20 4 9.21
9.28 9 29
9.36 9.37
9.43 9.44
The NewOrleans spot market opened
dull, and closad steady; middling, 8Jc.
Sales, 1660. Quotations were as fol
lows: Yesterday.
Ordinary 7
8 7-18
Good ordinary. ,M..7
Low middling 8 7-16
Middling ....81
Good middling 91
The New Orleans future market
opened steady and closed steady. Sales,
12,200. Quotations were as follows:
8 72 8 73
8.68 8 69
8.67 8.69
8 70 8.71
8 80 8.81
8.90 8 91
9.01 9 02
9.11 9.13
9.22 9.24
9 33 4 9.34
9 41 9.42
September.. 8 76 8.79
October..... 8.74 8 75
November. 8.73 8.74
8.75 8.76
8.85 8.86
8 90 8.97
9.00(4 9.08
9.17 9.18
9.28 0.29
9.38 9.40
9.45 9.47
April ,
June ..
Tone.lPricea I Reo. I Stock
N Orleans.
New York
St Louis...
nom 1.
Receipts at ports, this day, 1886.. 7,403
Keceipta at ports, this day, 1885.. 10,490
1886. 1886. 1884.
R'ts TJ 8
p'rts3d'ays 14,072 18,724 11,911
Ex. Gr. Br 1,911 3,436 3,703
Stock 167,803 141,443 111,060
R'ts Sept. 1 25,877 39,472 27,002
For'gnEx. 14,392 13,158 20,688
At noon : A good buslnets at hard
ening rates was reported In the spot
market. Sales, 12,000 bales, of which
American 9100 bales. Receipts, 11,000
ba'.ep, of which American 5200 bales.
Closing quotations were as follows:
Ordinary, 4 3 16d ; good ordinary, 4
9 161; low middling, 4Jd; good mid
dling od; middling uplands, 5Jd;
middling Orleans, 5 3-16J.
Theprim are given in pence and 64iAj,
thu 4 63 mean 4 63-64d; and 6 01
mean 5 l-64f.
At nooni Liverpool futures were firm
at advance : September, 6 10(t5 lid ;
September-October, 6 04 (5,5 05d: Oc
tober-November, ; November-Dr-rember,
5d; December-January, 5d;
January-ieOrnary, Od; iebrnary
March, 6 02d ; March-April, 6 04d ;
April-May, .
At 2 p.m.: Liverpool futures were
firm; Septembai, 5 lid, sellers; September-October,
5 05d, value; October-November,
6 Old, sellers; November-December,
5d, sellers; December-January,
6d, sellers; January-February,
5d, buyers; February.
March. 5 02d. buyers; March-Anril.
5 04d, buyers; April-May, 5 OOd, buy
ers. At 4 p.m : Liverpool futures were
steady; September, 6 lid, sail-
era; September- October, 5
spllers ; October-November, 5
buvers: November - December,
tellers: December-January, 5d, sell
ers; January-February, 5 Old, sellers;
Ft-bruary-March,5 02d, buyers ; March
April, 6 05d, sellers; April-May, 5 07d,
The fo'Iowing is the record of bids
and oQera at the Call Board of the
Merchants' Exchange yesterday :
No. 2, white, spot, 43Jc bid; S?p
tomber, 43rs bid ; No. 2. spot 42c bid ;
Bf-ptember," 42c bid; October, 43Jc
atked; November, 43 Jo asked.
No. 2, white, October. 30c bid; No. 2,
spot. 29c bid ; September, 30c asked ;
October, 31c asked.
No. 2, red winter, spot, 76c bid ;
September, 75c bid; October, 76c
bid; November, 77c bid.
Spot, $2 25 asked ; September, $2 25
asked; year, $2 10 asked.
Spot, $11 25 hid, $12 aiked ; Septem
ber, $11 bid, $12 o. t. asked; October,
$11 50 bid; Novembfr, $11 50 bid,
$12 50 asked ; year, $11 50 bid, $12 o. t.
bkeadsi vwrm.
The following quotations are the of
ficial quotations of the Merchants'
CoBWMa-AL Standard, $2 352 40;
pearl, $3 403 50; roller, $2 60.
Hat Choice, from store, 7680e;
car load from leva or depot. $13 60
14; prime, from store, ?076c; car
load from levee or depot, $13; prairie,
from store, ;50c; ear load from lave
ordepot,$8 609. ' ' ' '
Com From stora,bito,S3c ; mixed,
62c, from levee or depot; white, in
bulk! 48c J in sacks." 62c; mixed, in
bulk. 46c: in sacks. 49c
Oats From store, white, 40c ; mixed,
S7c; from levee or depot, white, in
bulk, 35 c; in sacks. 37 Jc mixed, in
bulk, 32Jo: in sacks, 85c. -
Bran From store, 7580c; from
tevee or oepot,
FtorB From store, No. 3, $3 : fan
ily. $3 60; choice, $3 754 ; fancy, $4
4 25; extra fancy, $4 304 60; patents,
vmo ou.
Bkans Navy. $2; medium, $1 50
1 75: common, $2 25; German millet,
$1 20 1 40. ,
Rica Louisiana, 45c Carolina,
5e.c. " '
Oatmeal In half-barrels, $33 25
lrom store.
Cbaceibs Soda, extra, 4c; soda,
treble extra, 4Jc; lemon crackers,
extra, 7c; lemon cream crackers,
treble extra, 7Jc ; ginger snaps, extra,
6c; ginger snaps, treble extra, 6c; as
sorted l ambles. 9c
Cbackid Wuxat In half-barrels,
$4 Jh from store.
Hominy and G bits From store,
0 1020.
Kansas City, Mo., September 6.
Wheat steady; .do. Z, red, caih, 64 o
asked; October, 63 Jo bid : November,
65Jcbid. Corn steady; No. 2, cash,
32c; October, 3JBe03Jjc; November'
36 S r. Oats nominal ; 24c bid, cash.
London, September 6. The Hark
Lane Kxpreti, in its review oi tne lirit
ish grain trade of the past week, says:
The rainfall of the week has done no
harm to crops. I a the earlier dia' ricta
the bulk of the harvest bad boen se
cured, and where the crop had not
been reaped strong winds counter
acted the wet. Tne change in the
weather will retard the appearance in
tbe market of new wheats, and will
also be an impoitant factor in de
termining: values. The sales of En
glish wheat during the week were 29,
892 quarters, at 33e Id, against 39,709
quarters, at 32s 4 J, during the corre
sponding period last year, foreign
wheats are steady, but with little do
ing. Fifteen cargoes of wheat arrived.
Three cargoes were withdrawn and
fourteen remained, Including four of
Californian and one of Oregon . There
is a fair supply of new English wheat
at 6dls lower. Flour is dull and 6d
cheaper. Corn, peas and beans are
unchanged. Oat dull and 3d cheap
er. Linseed is cneaper on tne spot.
St. Loots, Mo.i September 8. Flour
qniet; XXX, $2 302 40; family,
$2 55(3-2 65; choice, $3 103 25;
fancy, $3 453 55; extra fancy,
$3 703 85; patents, $4 204 60.
Wheat active and higher The market
ruled weak early, selling Jo lower,
but soon recovered, and advanced,
cloeiog higher than Saturday ; No.
2, red, cash, 77J77c; September,
771c. October, 78279,c, closed at
79c; November, 8lj81,c, closed at
8ljc; May 90J91,c, closed at 91 Jo
bid. Corn firm aud steady, closing
Jic higher than Saturday; No. 2
mixed cash, 37 Jc; September, 37c
bid; October, 38381s, clcsjd at
38Jc; November, 39J39o, clos
ing at 393c: May, 4444Jo,
closing at 44J. Uits dull and say,ex-cr-pt
May, wnich ruled firm; No.' 2,
mixed, cash, 2425lo; September,
24 Jo bid; October, 26fc; November,
27c: May, 32, Rye stead, 50c bid.
Barley neglected. Hay fairly active;
prairie, $79; timothy, $1012 50.
Flaxseed Jo lower,$l 05J. Bian steady,
48c. Corn meal weak,$22 05. Receipts
Flour, 4000 brls: wheat,, 93,000
bu; corn, 73,000 bu; oat, 41,000
bu ; rye, 3000 bu ; barley, 29,000 bu.
Shipments Flour, 6000 brls; wheat,
12,000 bu; corn, 14,000 bu; oats, 3000
bu ; rye, 1000 bu ; barley, 1000 bu.
Afternoon Board. V heat steady and
Jo higher. Corn firm and Jo higher.
Oan nominally unchanged.
Chicago, III., September 6. There
was very little feature to tbe wheat
market today. The opening was easy
at 77c ior October, but good buying
sent the market np to 78 Jo several
times, and it closed at nntsids figures
at 1 o'clock. The posting of ths visi
ble supply, showing an increase of
423,000 bushels, bad a strengthening
effect, as a large increase had been
i-etimated. In tbe afternoon the
market showed no appreciable change.
The movement in oorn was also very
slight and prices showed very little
change until the afternoon session,
when prices advanced and closed Jo
higher than on Saturday. Oats were
quiet and firm and closed a shade
highor. Flour quiet and unchanged.
Wheat quiet and somewhat easier, but
closed steady. Sales ranged: Sep
tember. 7675 6-lOc, closed at 76Jc;
October, 77f78Jn, closed at 78Jc;
November, 79J79 15-10e, closed ai
79 15-10c; May, 87J87Jc, closed at
87c J; No. 2 spring, 76 Jc; No. 2 red.
77c. Corn opened easy, bnt closed
stendy at Saturday's figures; casb,
40140 jc; September, 4040c,
closed at 40Jc; October, 41j42Jc,
closed at 4.'Js; November, 43
43 6-IO0, closed at 43 6-16c; May,
46i47jc, closed at 47c. Oats quiet
and steady; casb, 25Jo: September,
25tcs October, 28 11-1620Jp, closed
auejc; Mav, 2732Jc, closed at 32 Jo.
Rye qniet; No. 2, 49c. Barley dull;
No. 2, 673.1. Flaxseed steady ; No. 1,
$1 08J1 09. Receipts Flour, 14,000
brls; wheat, 81,000 bu; corn, 438,000
bu; oato, 203,000 bu ; rve, 7000 bu;
barley, 67,000 bu. Shipments Floor,
12,000 brls; wheat, 70,000 bu; corn,
273,000 bu; oats, 154.000 bu; rye,
1000 bu; barley, 16,000 bu.
Afternoon Board Ma' kets showed
little change, corn end oats doting
firmer. October closed as follows:
Wheat, 78 Jc; cow, 42 9-10c; oats, 20 J;.
TtnTTKR llnlt.arlnn tlfiiM He : cream-
nry, 2256s ; dairy, 10(18i; counlry
bu'tar, 15IOs.
Chkksb Piime flats, 8Je, nominal:
Now Ymk fflft.orv. ft' nttminnl: full
cream, 11c; Young America, 13i4c.
lloo rBonocTS wens porn, tmts
11 25; sugur cured hams, 13j14c;
1 ire a tfjat Immli KllAlO,' rlnr rill
" ' v ' ' I - . v
sides bacon, 7Jc; bacon shoulneis,
7jc; DUix porx Clear suies, nc;
clear rib sidea, 7Jc; shoulders, Cjc;
long clear, 7c.
LABD-Tierces,7J7Jc; half-barrels
and kegs, 7J"ic; choice kettle, 8J
koonrt Miin-Nn. 1 bnnf. 7e : Mut
ton, 7c: hind qnarters of beef, 8Jc ;
lamps, i ou(a ou.
St. Loots, Mo., September 8. Pro
visions strong and generally biaher.
Pork firm Bt $10 75. Lard higher,
$0 756 87 J. Balk meats higher;
boxed lots long clear, $6 75; short
ribs, $8 85; short clear, $7 10; loose
lots long clear and short ribs, $6 75;
short clear, $6 95; Bacon, strong;
long clear, $7 60; short ribs, $7 46
7 60; short clear, $7 75. Hams firm,
1213Jc. Butter, steady; creamery,
2023b; dairy, 1018c. Eggs firm,
Chicago, III., September 8. Mess
pork easier; casb, $10 15(3110 20; Octo
ber, $10 22i10 36, elosedat $10 25
10 27J; November, $10 1010 15,
closed at $10 12J10 15. Lard stesdy ;
cash and September, $7 607 62J; Oc
tober, $6 708 75, closed at $6 72J
8 75; November, $8 556 66, closed at
$6 606 62J. Short rib sides steady;
eash. $G 62J6 65. Boxed meaU
steady s dry salted thoulders, 6J6c;
SEPTE1NIBER 7, 1886.
short clear sides, $6 906 95. On the
Produce Exchange battel ruled stead y ;
creamery, 1722c; dairy, 1317c
t-ets nrm, iijioiic.
Afternoon . Board. Pork, $10 25.
Lard, $6 72J.
CotfFM Oommon,99 c : ordinary
1010Jc; prime Rio, llj12c; choice
to fancy, 12J13c ; old government,
2425c; Ceylon, 183120.
Soap Chapman's Hope soap, un
wrapped, 4J4Jo per pound.
Salt $1 26 per barrel; sacks, fine,
$1 451 60; coarse, $1 15 1 20; pock
ets, bleached, 2)7c; car-loads from
levee or depot. 6o cheaper.
Candibs Sticks, all sixes, in boxes,
pails and barrels, 89o.
Candlm Full weight, 9 J10c
CanNxd Goods. Etc. Prices per dot
en: Pineapples, $1 401 10; peaches,
2-lb, standard, $1 35 1 55; seconds,
$1 101 15; tomatoes, 2-lb, standard,
$1 25 1 35;3-lb, $1 151 30; straw
berries, $1 35 I 40: raspberries,
$1 161 25; blackberries, $1
1 15; greengages, $1 601 75;
pears, $22 25; plums, $1 60
1 70 ; asparagus, $2 604 ; green corn,
$11 35; green peas, $1 65 165; cove
ysters, full weight, 1-lb, $11 10;
cove oysters, full weight, 2-lb, $1 75
1 85; cove oysters, light weight, 1-lb,
HK . aava nvafawa Unlit vni . . V. O 1 V.
$1; condensed milk Crown, $6 60
5 75 ; EAgle,$7 51 7 76 ; Daisy, $4 75.
Molarsbs Louisiana, common to
syrup, 2440c; common to fair, 20
25c: prime to choice, 30 33c; centrif
ugal, lancy, S.'(434o.
T.. . f ii I u n-1
28s; other grades .and styles, 3685c.
Snuff Garrett's, $10 85 per case;
Ralph's, $10 25 per case; R. R., $9 60
10 25; Gail & Ax's, $3 75.
bogab rure white, 6j6jo; off
hits, 6,6tc; yellow clarified, 6J
k; open kettle, 00te; refined A.
6i6Jc: granulated. 67Jo; pow
dered, 7J7Jo;ent loaf. 7J8o.
Powdbb kegs, $4 ; half kegs, $2 25 ;
quarter kegs, $1 25.
Santos, September 4. Coffee re
ceipts during the week, 46,000 bags;
purchases ior tbe United States, 2000
bRgs ; stock, 00,000 bags.
Rio db Janbibo. September 4.
Coffee Regular first, 4650 rets per 10
kilos; ttocond, 3960 reis; leceipts dur
ing the week, 74,000 bags; purchases
for the United States, 28,000 bags;
clearances for the United States, 32,
000 bags; stock 168,000 bags.
Nw Yobk. September 6. Coffee
spot fair Rio dull, 10 Jo; options heavy
and lower: sales, 35,500 bass; Sep
tember. 8 959c ; October, 8.88.90o :
November, & 7508.85; December, 8.75
8.80; January, 8.758.80c; Febru
ary, 8 808.90c; March, 8 808 85o.
Sugar unchanged and doll; refined
quiet; off A, 5 9-165o ; standard A,
6 11-16c; confectioners' A, Sic Mo
lasses unchanged. Rice firm.
Havana, September 6. Sugar
Though there was a reduction in
pricee, the activity of last week grad
ually diminished, except for molasses
sugar. The market rather lavors buy
ers. MoUeif s sugar, regular to good
Solarixatlon, $1 6041 75 per quintal;
(uscovado sugar fair to good refin
ing, 8o" to UO" polarization, $1 CO
1 81 J; centrifugal. 92 to 96 polarisa
tion, in hhds, bags and bxs, $2 12J
2 50. Stocks in warehouses at Havana
and MaUmus, 30,000 bxs, 566 000 bags
and 9700 hhds. ite ceipts during the
week, 127 bxs, 3500 bags and 38 hhds;
exports during the week, 20,000 bsgs
and 394 hhds, all of which to the United
Btatea. , . ,
Applbs Apples, $1 50 2 50; dried
apples, 2J3Jo per pound from store.
Dried peaches, 23Jo from store.
store. Cabbage, $2 60 ; per head, 8 10c ;
$1 75 from levee or depot per orate ;
Garlic, 40ouo per iw. xurnips, ooo
per bushel.
Fbott Oranges, Louisiana nomi
nal, $0, Lemons, $7 60 8 per,
box. Bananas, $12 per bunch.
Oocoannts, $5 per 100. Peanuts Vir
ginia, 7Jc; Tennessee, farmer's stock.
34c; roasted, 2Je higher; snelled,
lOn. Almonds, 1820o.
Raisins London layers, $3 40: lay
ers, $276; California, J Imperial,
$3 504.
Picklbs In jars, pints, 95c: anarts.
$1 60 ; half-gallons,$275 : gallons, $3 75 ;
loose, barrels, $8 507; half-barrels,
$3 75 4 ; mixed,barrels,$10 60 ; mixed,
bslf-karrels, a.
Potato as New, El 26(41 50; North
ern ttock, $1 762.
Cidbb New York, $6 607 per bar
rel, and $3 75 4 per half-barrel; Vin
egar, 10J per gallon.
Pboans Texas, 810o for small to
medium, 1014o for large ; Arkansas,
Fish Mackerel, half-barrels. No. 1.
$4 756; No.2.i$3B03 76; No. 8,
$33 26; 10-lbkit, No. 1,90c; No. 2,
75s; 15-lb, No. 3, 60c. Dry herrings,
family, 25o per box.
Walnuts French, 12o ; Naples,15o ;
Grenobles, 16n. Filberts, 12c.
Poottbt Chickens, 11(42 25: old
hens, $23.
uami uame nan, ii(oi'o.
Egos Firm at 18o.
In cht losd lots: Prima crude cotton
seed oil, 26c; off crude cotton seed
oil. 22(423c: prime summer yellow
cotton seed oil, 3536c: ofl sum
mer yellow cottonseed oil, 8!32c:
miners' snmmers yellow cotton seed
oil, 323")c; prime summer white cot
ton seed oil, 35c; choice cooking yel
low cotton eeed oil, 37o; prime cotton
sr od moil, $15; off cotton seed meal,
Coal Oil rrime white, wholesale
lots, 11c per gallon.
' Cleveland, O., September 6. Petro
leum s. w., 110, 7 Jc.
PiTTantiKO, Pa., 8eptember6. Petro
leum active, firm end advancing. The
market opened at 0?ilc, advanced to
Ulljo and at 1 o'clock p.m. 63ja was
WnisxT Straight Kentucky Bour
bon, $1 505; redistilled goods from
85c to $160, according to proof; rye,
$1 750.
St. Loots. Mo., September 6. Whis
ky firm, $1 10.
Chicago, III., September 6. Whis
ky steady, $1 15.
Cincinnati, 0.,8eptember 6. Whis
ky steady; rales of 175 barrels of
finished goods on a basis oi $1 iu.
Bagging Jute, 2 lbs, 8Jc; 1J lbs,
71c; 1J lbs, 7c Flax, 8 lbs, 71c
Ties-$1 101 15.
Nails Common, $2 202 25; steel
$2 352 40.
Clear tub washed, 3136o; grease
wool, 2326 ; Burry woof; 13 18c
Bt. Loots, Mo., September 6. Wool
quiet but steady and unchanged.
TJipm Dry flint, 12J1; dry
alt, lOlScjgTn salt, 7r36Je; green,
Cat-TLB Choice to extra corn fed,
900 to 1050 lbs, none received; gnod,
none received ; choice grass cattle, 3J
3ic;goou, 2itc; iair to medium,
2J2Jc: soaliawaas. lUc
Hoos Choice,4J4Jc; good,3l4c;
common, 33Jc.
SnBBP Choice, 33Jc; medium, 2
3c; common, $11 60. Choice
lambs, per pound, 4J5c.
Chicago, III., September 5. The
Drovert' Journal reports: Cattle Re
ceipts, 8000 head; shipments, 2000
bead. Market strong lor desirable
natives; shipping steers, 950 to 1500
lbs, $3 255 25; stackers and feeders,
M; cows. Dulls and mixed,
$1 603 20 ; bulk, $2 202 50 ; through
Texas cattle, iteady; common to good,
$2 603 60 ; Vf estern rangers, steady ;
natives and half breeds, $30375;
cows, $1 60 3; wintered Texnns,$2 75
3 30 ; 304 Nebraska Texans, weigh
ing 1013 lbs. $3 10; 66 Nebraska Tex.
ans, weighing 1018 lbs, $3 05; 393
Montana Texans, 1031 lbs, $3 10; 356
Montana Texans, 1006 lbs, $3 30 ; 482
Wyoming Texans, 074 lbs, $2 80 ; 115
Wyoming, 1348 lbs, $3 55. Hogs
Receipts, 17,500 head; shipments,
3600 head ; market strong early, aver
aged steady ; rough and mixed, $3 90
(44 75: packing and shipping, $4 75
610; light, $3 75 4 00; skips, $2 60
3 75. Sheep Receipts, 3000 head;
shipments, 600 head : market steady;
Datives, $2 3 90; Western, $3 60
3 60; Texans, $1 753 75; lambs, $4
5. The Drovert' Journafr Biecial
cable from London quotes American
cattle one cent higher; best, l.te
(dressed) per lb. Tbe general supply,
howeveris rather large.
Nbw York, September 0. The
demand of agents baa been of the
character usual to Monday for re
aseortmonta of miscellaneous ds
scriptioa. bnt loading fabrics being
much behind in deliveries; the re
quest, therefore, has been more un
even. Roeebnds, 38 inch bleached
cotton, advanced Jc
Louis nd New Orlna Aaehor
l.lu-l. a. Hall.-rotl VlUKSBURtt.
City of Vlcksburg, kisys&
Lac Abla maitar, 4swaJ
Will laava tha Klavator TDKbUAK. 8d.
7th. at 10 a.m. for (rait ht or rutin appli
O. L. Hil.l., Pam. Art. AT) 8TDKM, Hnp't
Bt. Loala Sifiw Orleans Aairlaot
Llae-tl. H. Mull-OAIHO A 81. LOU 18,
City of Baton Rouge aVrv
R. J. WhUlad(a...miUr, n&w2
'Will laava tha ElaTator TUBHUAV. 8aui.
7th. at S p.m. For iraiaht or pmii avply
O. L. Ht'.i,, fa A'ft. AD PTOHM.Hnp'i.
Ht. Iaom nnt Naw Orlrsns Aarhat
City ot New Orleans .vC
A. J. Carter, muter, 4.morJ
Will UarathaKlavatorWRDNKriUAi.baut.
8th, at 10 a.m. For freiahtor rurnua apply
C. L. lUi.i,, Pam. At't. AD B'lXlRM, Ai't.
for Oioaola, llalai Point, Carnthanvtlle,
ayoio and Tlptonvllla Tha saw itaamai
W. P. Hall majtar. ' bomoouJ
Will taara ai abora, and all w pointa.
rxhaala' anil Flanlcrs' ParkaS.
A. La. Dumtnlni mair
Uarai arary XUKSUAYand fATURDAT
at o p.m., ior usiana, mart roini, eun
flowar, Malnnaa, Knowlton, Auitralla. la
oonla, Concordia, and all war laodlnii.
jor iraiani or paHaaa appij io
T, 11. H1MM A CO., m Front
Btewlila,'rlara aulaia aaa ltaanau
and Oaala PaafevaS Doiapaay.
rorfialasa, Qlandala, frlara PoM and all
Way Landing! Utaaniar
James JLee, '
J. H. Ooorar. maitar....J. W. Bmltnari.olJri
Will laara ai atv on trnr MONi)AY,
W MVB MBUA X SSd FltlllA I , al 0'SlOOK.
For Randolph, Fnlton, Oioaola and If ai
Laadlaii BUamar
B. T. 01aatt...ma)tar I Piatt Rhodo...clai
and FRIDAY at ft p.m, ThaboaUo thb
linermerra tha right to pail all landlnal
tha oaptaln may daein nniafa. Offloa, No. I
MadUonit. J A W Kri I.KH, J., Wiip't.
The fit. Francis River Tranjportatloi
Oo.'l fin Hlda-W haal O. B. Mail BUamsl
Ed Foster. r.,Wg'
0. R.Joplln ...maiiter.
W11.JU iiara w.mruin avjauss
a u&nvm a.
. m -1 -t -- . ui 1 1 n. .
ai D o oiooa, ior aiarianoa. nm vhi-vd, aaf
In tor madiata landlun on St. Kranoli rlvar
Tha oaptaln raiarrat tha rifhl to naif ai
landlnn ha daami oniafe. JA8. LIU. Jr..
Hnparlnriinriftftt. OITInn. No. 4 Miriipnn t.
Memphis and VIcbslmrK Packet Con
pan; U. S. Mall Line.
For Balana. Oonoordla. Tarrana and Arkaa
ai City Tha alevaot pauangar Itaamar
H. B.Chaak ..maitar I W. 0. Blana,r...olarl
iiaavai mampnii
ri.m., ratarvlng tha right to pmi all landing I
ha captain maydMin nniata. For ga&.raJ
Inlormatlon apply t pfflna, No. 4 Madlios
treat. K. WALWOkTU, Agant.
JOM N OAHR. Pmi'r Arnt. Talanhnna
Arkansas River Pk't Co.
Str. R. L COBB,
LcavM Mvmrbii Kvry XyKflbA , at 6 p.:
Off!", Nfl. Mfl-liunn wt. Twlwrhonw Nft. M.
HomphiN& White Ktver 1'kt.Co
for tllarauilon, Ditvall. Illnlt,, Una
Arc, AoguiU, aroy, Nawport, Jnokion
port, llatnKvllle nd all Way Landing!,.
K. 0. Poital maiitar, Jaftanfc
Will iaavaEVKRY WKDN EiaIAY at 6 p.m.
A Inert II. Hiniin. ...............
uiii i utrirnv Ril
1URDAY at 6 p.m.
Through ratea given to all polnti. Freight
(oniigned lo the Mamnhlg and White RiTar
Packet (Jo., at Mem pnii or Terrene, will ba
forwarded promptly. For general Informa
tion anj.ly at office, No. 8 Madltnn it., ort
For is T" 37 Court Place, now at
SES?- IianlsvOItiKi
u Ui. wall .f Mlf-slnM la yom mm iimm la aa
,.H(f,,HMUfHUNI n4 nidM-lDt Mill i.U
towl.i ,ITll: N.r.ouio. a.ln.l RmlHlos., 'tU ml
H. U. br muMI. Dlainn tt U'aai, lnml -. . rbj.
.r.lllwr,riDiil4a.B A.en4t m t tmt'm,
OcaruilM f l&f, ' a-11 rover, a. mittLtf
a.rrlv luipiop" "kppr. a.rauihl, .04 otw
,ur rt SYPHILIS "" V--tr.iin.uf
Inm it. .7iui QoaoiThaav
GLEET. Ml OraUUa, lwiU, i,n avfuni:
UT.Dd wi'n frtn taai a.kllrnni.
II la Mir-.ftaMl lk.1 ph. atUa PJ aiariil IlliHia
I. ft MfUl. tUM at 4IMMM. IrMUng annMl ..
Jit, utalrM inu ttlU. rkrtlllu. IMwiai Mt ha aTMa
maul fnm k mf tr-- M tk bMWat a
tlM4U. thf IV Mlanil. aailltntl Ma ta MSI HtMM
mmA aafUa h M lBftt tatWKtn.
Cara. Oaaraiteia ! all
S2flifkiS;-T . a. aaa- a. a
Tliiri i f iMtiiia i n lii artaty pMieaaea
Of at iM,araa
XSm am kail .... a aea, I aa aJj
66c; deerskins, 15(
firm at 21c; tallow, 3o
SuBrm.torrhea and ' Imiiotenor,
Arkaniag RlTerR, L. Coib, 5 p.m.
Bt.Franeii RirarBD. FoaraB, 8 p.m.
Concordia ...GaTeio,5 p.m.
Vickiburg ..C't or Vithiicko, 10a.m.
Bt. Louii ...0't Batoh Rocei, 8 p.m.
Frlari PolnU.Jiia Lai, 6 p.m.
White Rlvar Chickasaw, 5 p.m.
New Orlaant C'rNiirOnHiira.rOa.ni.
Oiceola.... Coahoma. 5 p.m.
tuursday. 7-
Arkamai City Kati Abims, 5 p.m.
Cincinnati..,..... Buckiti Stati, 4 ,.-
mWi. Jams Lee, Friara foint;
Kate Adams, Arkansas City j Ed Foo
ter, St. Francis river j Coahoma, Osce
ola; City of Cairo, St. Louie ; Annie P.
feilver, KU Louis ; Arkansas City, Vicka
bnrg. Departure. Arkansas City, St.
Louis; Coahoma, Osceola; City of
Cairo, Vlcksburg; Annie P. Silver,
New Orleans ; J ames Lee. Friars Point ;
Kate Adams, Arkansas City.
Boatt in Port. Ed Foster and Qar
oso. Boat Due Down. City of Vicksbnrg.
Boat Due Vp.R. L. Cobb, Chick
asaw and City of Baton Rouge.
Reeelpta Yesterday.
Coahoma 135 aka anar! am! Int aim.
James Lee 6 Vala cotton, 808 ska
seed and lot snnil i h.
Kate Ailuma '' haloa mltnn OT
ban motes and 201) ska seed.
tA toflter 60 sks seed and lot sun
dries. City of Cairo 75 tons merchandise.
Arkansaa Oitv 341) aka nata and Int
Ths Buckeye Slate, Capt. H. J. Vin
ton, is the next reenlar nscket for the
Ohio River.
Thh VA Foatar Pant O V lAntln
la the packet UiIh evening at 6 o'clock
tur oi. r raucis river.
Ths Lee Linn packet tomorrow even
Inn are Jama Lhi. fur Friara PnlnL an.l
Coahoma, (or Oeceola.
Tna City ef Vicksbnrg, Capt Pan
Ablo, is the Anchor Line packet this
moral or at 10 o'clock for Vicksbnrg
and tbe bends. George Walton is her
Tna Anchor line e'eamer. City o
Baton Rouge, Capt. R. J. Whitledge,
will pbm np this evening at 8 o'clock
for Cairo and SU Louis. Wo. Misson
is her clerk.
TuiGayoto, Capt. A. L. Cummins,
la the packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for Helena, Friars Point, Concordia
and all way landing. J. 0. Wyooff
has charge of her office.
Tna Anchor Line steamer City of'
New Orleans, Capt. A. J. Carter, will
pass down tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock for Mew Orleans and all inter-,
mediate point. Archie Woods la her
Tna Ka'e Adamf. Capt Mark R.
Cheek, is the United States mail
packet Thursday evening at (o'clock
for Helena, Arkansas City and all way
landings. W, C. Blanker fcai charge
of her office.
Tna R. L. Cobb, Capt . B, Smith,
is the packet this evening at 5 o'clock
for ail pointa on Arkansas river, going
through to Pine Blutl. Charles Mus
selman bascbargeof her otike, assisted
by Knfus Foater. ,,.
BrjBiRiss firm.
Wiatbib clear and pleasant
Tbi Lee Line packeta were In and
ont yesterday with fair trips,
Ricxipts by river yesterday 28 bales
of cotton and 1301 sacks of seed.
Tna river here stands 7 feet and 4
tenths on the gauge, a fall of 4 tenths
the last 24 hours. I
Tin new ferryboat John T. Brown,
from Louisville, paased down early
yesterday morning for Baton Rouge.
Ths D. O. Fogel and barges passed
up yestordny for the upper Mississip
pi. Jobn Evelyn is her pilot to bt
Tub City of Cairo parsed down yes
terday morning for Vicksbnrg. Bhe
discharged here 75 tons freight and
added i.0tons.;
Tub Annie P. Silver passed down
yeeteiday morning for Mew Orleans,
with a good trip. She added here
1003 empty barrels and 10 tons inn
drier. Ths Arkansas City passed np yes
terday morning for St. Lonis. Shs
discharged here 340 sacks (ate and a
lot of sundrios and added 700 foet
lumber and 10 tons sundries.
William AsnroRD, clerk of the.
steamer James Lee, returned Sunday
from a pleasant trip to tbe mountains)
of East Tenneesee. and yesterday
morning resumed his place in the of
fice of the Lee.
Tua Kate Adams arrived Sunday
morning from Arkansas City with 23,
bales oi cotton, 27 sacks of motes, 290
sacks of seod and a lot of sundries, and
returned last evening with a good, trip
of freight and psBengere,
Orpics Signal Skrvicb, U. 8. A., 1
Mbmpuis, September ti, 1 p.m.
The following observations are taken
at all stations named at 75 meridian
time, which is one hour faster than
Ab've Low
Water. Change.
Rise Fall
Feet. lOths lOtlw lOtha
Cairo 8 8 2
Clinttnnooga ... 3 2
Cincinnati 6 2 1
Davenport 2 5 2
Dulmquo 3 0
FortKmlth 3 5 1
Keokuk 2 8
Hulcna 0 2 ' -
La Crosse 8 . 6
lycavenworth... 6 7 1
Little Rock 2 4 1 -
Louisville 4 4 1
Memphis 7 4 4
Nashville 0 1 - 15
New Orleans... 3 7 1 -
Omaha 7 0
Pitteburg 4 8 - 2
Ht. Louis 6 5 1 ........
BtPaul 2 4 1
Nhreveport 3 2 .
Vlcksburg 7 4 2
n.aM I I h ru Anil lantha of a foal
abora tero of gauge I
Cairo, 10 foet. Chattanooga, M taau
Cincinnati, 60. paTenport, 15. 1
'ubuque.lt. fori omuu, aa.
nknk.u. Helena..
La Crone, M. !,n,n0r,w
Memphii, M. ,!',.0r',!i!'
BaibTllle. tu. f'"iD"r1l,'
Bt. Louii, SI. Vlokibar..
Bbreteport.M. Yankton. Si.
EvAHsviixi, September 6. oon-
River falling,
PrrrsBOBo, September 6. Noon
dim. u.f in innhaa an the rans and
rising. Weather clear and warm.,, ,
GixciMVATi, BeptemDar 0. noon-
RiTfi fl feet 2 Inches oa the gang and
rising. Weather clear tbermooieU

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