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t' JINSURANCE. PLANTERS . , JJSSUlU NCE COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Capital, , 7 j , $200,000 00. OFFICE: COR. MADISON AND SECOND streets. Kit Williams' lilock. Fir and Marine risks taken. J. 0. LONSDALE. President. D. H. TOWNSKNJ), Vic President. ' W. A. GOODMAN, Secretary, - J. Q. LONSDALE, JR., Ass't Seo'y. 21-t ,.... ARCHITECT. JAMES B. COOK. ..' ' $ .. . AKCIIITECT. , r v No. 88 Madison Street, Memphis. BANKS THE DESOTO BANK OIV3U2afPIIIg.xi.it Director! JAMES ELDKR, W. H. WOOD. " JOHN B. LEECH. R. H, DUNSCOMB, ' T. R. FARNSWORTH. ,. ) JAMES ELDER. Presidont. "S W H. WOOD. Vine President. T T. R. FARNSWORTH, Cashier. 9-38-t .-: JNSURANCE. TT H nVY,3IKnClIANTS,,,i JJO.I1 I I L t. . 1 I O INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL, ' aeoo.ooo. i Office s 19 Madison Street, Memphis. E. McDAVITT, President. F. W. SMITH, Vic President. i..n. a. PARKER. Secretary. " ' Director: E. McDAVITT, R. J. MORGAN, M. E. COCHRAN, W. A. GOODWIN.? J. T. FAR0A80N. . NAPOLEON HILL. F. W. SMITH, J. F. FRANK, J. T. STRATTON. 9-92-t HERS AW 10 ,: INSURANCE company; , No. 7 Madison Street. millS COMPANY IS NOW DOING A GEN X eral insurance business. It .took is owned by our city morehnnu ana ouBiness men. iu tn H. k f lncnl business, to the advan tage of both the Company and policy holder. ' 8. II. DUNSCOMB, President.. , W. B. GALBREATH, Vic President. F. M. NELSON, Secretary. . ' W. B. MALLORY, Ass't Secretary. ... ' Directors! 4 HV DUNSCOMB, D. H. TOWNSEND, w B GALBREATH, A. VACCARO. , LHAJ."4UER. N. FONTAINE," E.F.RISkT, JOB BRUCE. , R. S. JONES. ' Jewelry. I. ROSCHER, Ladies' Jef Jewelry, 't'" "' LATEST STYLES, AT I. KOESCIIER'S JET PALACE, KO. 32 MAIX STKl'r-T. ,; , , FOR SALE. i! TOR SALE-PEW-A VERY DESIRABLE, ' at Metwra. Young & Bro.'t bookstore, No .24B , Main street. TOR SALE A CIIOlvK FAMUjI uvw X' jsuitable lor a VnysK inn. flPP" i" 44-3(5 ' 254 Front street. FOR SALE-ONE FAMILY ROCKAWAY. cheap. . Apply to .;.' 33-3 Nn. Front street. TX)I R SALE A NO. 1 PORTABLE ENGINE. P I'henn for cash i. Appiy at tjw;rii W. A. ROBERSON CO. ( idry, Shelby street, to 3U-41 IOR SALE ONE BRAN NEW SEWING 17 .Machine, at this oaice.ANo. lMacbine, TJLATATION AND CROP MORTGAGES X for SV ". ,n 'lunnnnes n ""'j dat.e nn to HKKT-MY PLACE ON X New Raleigh road, two miles from Court ; Square, comnnrmtt an eiecani resiuouoo, u.r ished in the bost style, with eomuidiuiu car riiLfrv nouiw " iinsirniaeent (rrove of forott trees, intrH.rMd Af avixromvn. .dorns the north Willi ..11.1 VI viu.r-...--. IJ ...t frnnt.r a laree dower garden, tilled with choice nhmbbery. occupy the west side) i i a .1 - n M,-r ni kiihen ffarden. lled with every variety of small Irait and . rl veaetables. I will sell oil reammabl t nu or rent for one year, at a numeral, reut, toAXo """"enoc.. tavlor. " jfOR RENT. Hluefc.allirpKo. 3. Brcri ve-r. hln a. WPll. t IORRFA 'XUtttitApe. I Ul r r.ri luim i 1 or leas. ' 1M Min fireet, ut aids- a "0 store huue on W ashington Street near , Furth. Also a vacant lot on VlfiioS LL between Seooad and Third acrV.' Vwnod! " Union avenu. ,bou . 34,7j . i . No. 1 Madison ftreet. iinn BVT A L'WF.LLIJfO HOl'SE WITH Ffiv. PHs.AkiU hen and good cirn. sit uated on Bradford, ueet, ncar-u .veuu., Apply to M A. ALLEN. No. 336 Seeond rtrct. TVRVTFIXR ROOMS. LKIIIT AND C well ventilated, ati D'V, Pr'','? in Jackson Block, No. I VI Maio atreet. Apply on the tnmi. J0HS - LEECH. WOOD "Rr-S'IDSCB 'Ojl Court street exteudt'd. i iili milt Kiit or ten rooms, in gnot! rpnir, wiih lat and all neeef sary out-buiiuinirs 3l-t . Office lr., over Mo. A4 Front st. I.XJR KENT A UE,lKAlil.n nriLar,, nu, X' V ui VU,iin street, suitable- for private residenee or boarding house. AfW nn the premises ac one i-AO PVVT fJTOHK IB JF.FFKKi HT. r Also, flne suit of oflioes and sn it of elp-. lug rooms. Ag'tforP. C. Bethell. 1 lOCHESFOKKKM A.ND JW BAtaw" X I n yvrs time. Aipir " , . M W. F. HARDIN. 14 7S Second st 1K)R RENT OFFICES, ROOMS. STORES i ..! r..tl.,ui. nn Main itrrft W. A. WHKATLEY, A Pi-Tl 1'. Hthell. BOARDING. i -0 i p' b l" tJ AGE X T L E M A N AND WIFE I and a l-w single gentlemen ran oeaceo Modated Wlh "'-ir between Main and flielliy. 1 Butler street, OARDIXH-FI'RXISHED ROOMS TO tnl. with b ard f..r single gentlemen or ' ,1 I'll r.inrt fi--t. 1 4t WANTED. .YrTvir'vi ""-AS OWNER FOR A 8AFB. fAXThlJ ,.,ieft No. 16 Jefferson p. trunk, ei v jn tvn ilxy, win be MllJ lur If not called lv W. A. W HEATLKY. charges. Bethel Block. machine. Apply to A HI pe,l fft. .y REWAR.V. jldri.hiTote ATcdt.-v.'.'jr uf his tail. Ar..wer io iu .trett, or A 3 iiav.."st Koyrter A rreaevaut'.. HATS, i The Leading Spring Style Hats AT- "HEATON & COS. glON OF THE rp IGER BANKS. THE EMMET BANK lias removed from No. to t.-.ii . m o mtr a nvfiAir enp (Ntaq ton Block, cor. of Front,) ' V ND 18 PREPARED TO TRANSACT A General Hanking, Brokerage and Exchange Business, And soil Sight Drafts on Ireland, and Three and Siity Days' Sight on London and Paris at New York rates; and can draw in sums to suit purchasers -on -all the principal cities and towns in Continental Europe. Passage tickets for sale to and from Enron. 113-t ; j J.BUM. rlMibri. rresiqent. GERMAN NATIONAL BANK t OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTURBt I.. IIANAI'F.R, J.C.NEKI.Y. Scboolfl.ld 4 Uananer. . Brooks, Neely A Co. R.H. JTONF.ftv ? A. V. HARRIS, i Jones, Brown A Co. Harris, Cochran A Co, R. V. WALT, R. P. Walt A Co. nr. i.. ncACHiN, JUeaohain A J. read well. T. H. AM.KX, il Thos. H. Allen i Co. I,. IEMM.V, Orgill Bros, k Co. D. P. HADIE9f, J. C.TERRY, D ? Hadden k Co. Price Terry, E. J. TAYLOR, Taylor A Rutland. OFFICERSl I.OUIft HASTAt'ER, Prealdent. ' M. L. SfEAXHAM, Vice Prtialdcnt SfARTI3f ORIFFIST, Uier. II. E. GARTH, Aaala taut t aahler. . ... ... ... . in-t - . R e mo v a 1 . MANHATTAN BANK HAS REMOVED from corner of Main and Madison to their new office, NO. 17 MADISON STREET ofho lately occupied by Southern Life Insuraoc Company. - MANHATTAN BANK, j '1 (rOBMRBLT LIVT 4 BOBO,) . ' J. LEVY, Prss't JL. 1EVY, V.Pro't ,. j - H. BOBU, Caabier, ! '; , DKALfl W T70REIGN AND DOMESTIC EXCHANGE, P Onin. Stocks. Bonds. City and County Scrip, Uncurrent Money, cto., and transacts a General Banking business. erCollectioiiB receive particular attention. " r NEW YORK BRANCH: LEVY A' BOBU, . 4t Finest. -14n-t - ' TEAS. tTeas at New York Prices I WE RESPECTFULLY CALL THE AT tention of hotels, boarding-houses and housekeepers generally to our following price list of fine Teas: j , Mixed Green and Black, bestquality, 11 20 Young Hyaon " " 150 Imperial " " 150 Thea-Nectar ......? " " 1 20 . English Breakfaat,.- " " 130 These goods are pnt up in pound and half pound packages at th warehouse of the Great Atlantic and PacifioTea Company, New York, and were introduced In this market by ui about a month ago. The satisfaction which they have so far given, with the increasing de mand, demonstrate their superiority in point of cheapness and quality over any teas hereto fore sold iu Memphis. LYTLE SHIELDS, l.Vf Nos. 141 and 142 Poplar street, i CROCERIES. 200 Tnbs and Kegs Western Butter, 25 Kegs UosIipii Bnttor, 1 Jnst EccpJveiL Peak, Frean & Co.'s Crackers, Fresh Lot. Shaker Preserves. OLIVER, FINME & CO. PTJBIjIC LEDGER. t No. 13 Madison Street. LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. MKMPIIIHi Saturday Evening;, April 9, 1870. THE CITY. t. HARVEY MATH EN, City Editor. Meteorological Otesiep rations. a reported to us by Mr: Edward Goldsmith : April 8 April 8 April 8 T.M. 2r.s. tr.x. Thermometer- ... M.4 2.Jil S9.7 N. E. Rainy. S0..7 S0.A .J14 Q2i Barometer... Force of Vapor Relative Humidity... 0J14.I 92.8 N. E. Cloudy 96 4 N. W Wind..,;..r. WeaUier.n Cloudy Additional City Xews on Fourth Page. Pittmbiuj anii Cannel coal and f coke. ' Brown t Jonas, cfiice 282 .Main street, Bethel Block. ' t Jdst received and for aale, at low figures, 100 cords first-class ash, 50 cords firRl-t-Uas oak and 50 cords sawed and split ooud, at 122 Adams street 53 r i . - ... All linen hack towels, fl 50 dozen, at Kraus', 218 Main, eornee AJnnis. 35t Rsin W.K.Thixton's card on first If roa want rood old Meglbaen n klaky, ko to 7 street. . . Frksh cove oysters, put up this sea son, one pound cans, $1 75 dozen cans; two pound cans, f i u dozen cans; at Ileadiiuarters Oyster Depot, 2TS Second ia ttreet. i R;: us ell t Hrtakt, house and sign painters, Ko. 59 Monroe street. 30-t ...s i . i i Two yds. wideblcached table linen, f. Td .at Kraus', cor. Main and Adams. 35t ; - Money lo loan a 1SS Main st, at j White Marseille sad Marseilles trim-' wing, and Tom Thumb fringe, very j and popular books, and a gwnplete out cheap, at Kxaua', cor. aio and AJaau. i lar of tsAionerTr. LOCAL BREVITIES. L The geasdiiyof Lenjj wil close next r riaay. Judge J. T. Swayne is at Romerville holding Circuit Court, and will probably be there nntilthe niidJIu of next week. ' Trains are not running on tlie Arkan sas railroad between Hopefield and L'Anguille. Tim overflow is too much for any travel excepl hy dng-out. The Sun has recently been enlarged and touch improved in appearance. We are glad that our neighbors are so pros perous, for papers are oftcner trimmed down k( this season of the year than in creased in size. '1'is bruitad about that the sftkly little boy with a cancer who solicits charity on a violin at thVc.orner'oi' Court Square, supports thereby a healthly, lazy man claiming to be hiaj father, and refusing to work for' a living while the' boy" lives. The boy is pitiable, but the man must be a pitiless scamp. The old bank building oi the corner of JetTerBon and Main streets, just demol ished to be succeeded by a more impos ing structure, was built about, twenty-six years ago". ; Few houses ' were around that corner then, and it was considered a wonderful fine monument to architectu ral genius. j ..'i M J ' After Mr. John Brown waselected aiid sworn in as Register yesterday, Mr. Gree ley kicked his office to prevf nt Brown from gaining possession, and procured an injunction from Judge Anderson, of the Law Court, restraining the County Court from giving Brown the bocks and papers of the office. The case will have a hearing Monday. '' In our rivercofumn yesterday a notice wag made of Capt.' Joseph Kirkland, a river man, lying dangerously ill at his rooms in the Provine block. The num ber, however, is 302, instead of 308, Muin street. We since lenrn he is in a very needy condition. lie also, has a wife and three little children with hiiu. In former times he was prosperous and always had good standing where known. His case deserves prompt action, and we hope the river fraternity, noted for gen erosity, will go at once to his relief. The Avalanche, of this morning, favors ns (the city editor) with the following kinds words: " It will be observed from the .report pf the proceedings of the County Court, in another column, that Captain J. Harvey' Mathes, who was elected Tax Collector on Privileges at the late election, filed his official bond for $50,000 yesterday, and was duly in ducted into office. The highly respect able character of the gentlemen whose signatures are attached to the bond is sufficient testimony of the esteem in which he is held as a gentleman of honor and integrity by the leading citizens of Memphis. We wish the gallant Captain every success in his new vocation.". This cold, rainy weather is discourag ing to farmers. ' The season wus quite backward before the rain begun, and now there U uo hope of resuming work in the open field before the middle of next week. . Those who have planted corn and cotton ' now wish tlie jieed were out of the ground, for mtieh of it will be to replant.' The people have done the best thing ! they could under the . circum stances, and in their engerne?s to get an early start many of them plowed ground that was too wet. The result will be hard clods all summer and sickly corn and cotton. Better plant ever so late and have the soil in good condition and the crops come -on rapidly, than to re plant on a weather-beaten sod. ' i Chancellor Morgan made a final de cree yesterday in the celebrated case of Murdock-Jenkins vs. C. B. Church, R. C. Brinkley, Xathan Adcms and others. The ease was dismissed and plaintiffs ordered to pay costs. , Some millions of property, real estate in this city,, were involved. The suits were brought by two ladits of Baltimore, descendants of the late James Winchester, on the ground that they had never received a full share of their father' estate. The present holders of the property nrp entirely in nocent. The plaintiffs claimed to have been wronged by an administrator or trustee, , so a decision either way ap pears hard on the losing parties. . These cases have been very closely contested by able counsel, and may be appealed to the Supreme Cmirt. Religions Notices. David Walk will preach at thu inden street, Christian : Church to-uiorrow at half'p'nsl ten a. M. and half past seven v. m. : . i ;! : There wilj be preaching at the Chelsea Baptist Church tomorrow morning at eleven'o'clock by Elder E. Dodson. Service at the First Methodist Church, Second street, to-morrow (Sunday morn' ing l at eleven o'clock,, by Rev. K. C. Slater, D. D. Subject: ." The Beautiful, Natural Theology of Jesus." Seats free CAsiJiKRrs, 50c. per yd., at Kraus', 218 Main, coraer Adams. 35t We ('Aij. attention to tins tcyeral items of dry goods, ., advertised (jar Jy Mes.-rs. M. Kraus 4 Co., 214 Main street, corner of Adams, and advise all city and country buyers to call on this firm the coming week if they want to see nice and fresh stock of dry goods and fancy goods, adapted to the spring and summer trade, 4jd flt astonishing low prices. This firm is always kuotn fo menu busi ness, and every article-can be had as ad verted; and, besides, their entire stock will be iold at corresponding low price. If yoo want bargains the' coming week call on - M. KtiP ft Co., - JJ8 Main street, corner of Adams. Money to loan at ttf Main. 16-41 Emmoxs & So, at Ko. 10 Jefferson and t , , n i j ? j fi3 Deal street, have a fun line Of dailj newgpapert from the principal cities of tne Union, toe leading weeklies id ae- kaw tnj tj tl)e stnJnl tnaga- lines of the lac; ftlrO, a stock of new i , COUNTY COURT. Additional to Yesterday's Report. We reported yesterday the election of Messrs. Walton, Bonghner and Moore as Notaries Public, also the election of Mr. John Brown as Register, to succeed Mr. Greeley, wboe resignation,! duted the 25th ult., on the day before the election, was accepted early in the week;-' The candidates for Register, besides Mr. Brown, were Cuptaiu W., D, Stratton, Colonel Leon Trousdale and Mr. R. D. Buugh. Brown received a majority on the first ballot, and was declared elected. Subsequently, Mr. Brown appeared in the Court with the necessary bonds, for $12,500, signed by' Messrs 3! M.' Pro vine and II. C. Brewer, who were ac cepted, and hewas duly sworn intooflice. Andrew Stewart, 'Esq., was elected Ranger of Shelby county for the current year. At a later hour J. Harvey Mathes, Tax Collector on Privileges elect, presented his official bonds for $50,000 $25,000 to the Slate, and $25,000 to the county signed by Messrs. It. J. Cash, Paul A. Cicalla, Colonel R. Dudley Frayser, Major J. J. Murphy and Mr. S. W. Jefferson. The bonds were accepted, und Mr. Mathes was duly sworn into office.1'1 A committee of two, to which he was added, was appointed to ascertain and report what furniture and fixtures would be necessary, as the office is a new one, and the first and only one; created in the State. . After making some Binall appropria tions and transacting other business, the court adjourned until ten o'clock to-day. ' TO-DAY. The Court met this morning at the appointed time. The event of the fore noon was the appearance of Sheriff Curry and his bondsmen, asking, through counsel, Major Beecher, to be inducted into jhe office of Sheriff. He presented a copy of Commissioner Shock's return, certified to by Mr. John Loague, before he left the office of County ponrt Clerk, showing Curry'B majority over Wright to be 189. After an interesting discus sion, further and perhaps final action was deferred until neat Tuesday, at two o'clock p.m. - r - Memphis Theater. Miss Kate Reignolds, who has been the reigning star ' at the Memphis Theater for two weeks, took her farewell benefit last night in the popular comedy Lon don Assurance, and of course appeared as Lady Gay . Spanker.. She gave a dashing representation and called forth the repeated applause of the audience. Messrs. Young and McDonough added greatly to the enjoyment of the occasion by their admirable acting. The other support was good, and the entire per formance was a complete success. The house was large and fashionable, not withstanding the iuclemency of the weather. This afternoon there will be a grand matinee, ana to-nignt iuiss Reiunolds will take her farewell in The Straager as "Mrs. Haller." ' j Next week the Lingards and fun and full houses. f A fard.'v ' Owing to circumstances beyond my control many of my patrons have been disappointed in getting their quota of theSwedinh laborers whom I have brought to Memphis. . I received on Friday two lots, one of 112 (by rail) adults, and one of ti4 (by river), milking 170 adults, and 5H children Borne families of five or six children, and they were objectionable in many places. This caused delay in plucmg them, as well as entailing great expense on me. Hnd my agents advised we correctly of their movements I should have filled every order completely. In consequence of the confusion of bring ine together these two large parties, and the necessity of sonic rearrangement, some became dissatisfied and left; others have been seduced away by parties who nhotild hare had honor enough to pay their trannportation, bui did not. Pastor Anderson has gone Norfh, pre pared to bring down a select lot of men, who will fill vacancies. I must ask my nntrons to be pn'ient, assuring them I will use every effort to protect their in terests. F. M. C. DeVars. Appeal copy one time. Men's I'urnlnhinK Hoods, All the latest styles, first-class, at Barn aby's, Overton Hotel. eod-39 LikIlV lawns and poplins, very cheap, at Kraus', cor. Main and Adnms. 35t ' ' The Monitor ( Is a complete cooking stove, with all modern improvements known, . which burns coal or coke. It is economical, effective, and gives universal satisfaction. The Monitor is the thing housekeepers long hnvp tought, but now they can find itatH. Wetter k Co.'t, 13 and J5 Mon roe Rtreet,' where likewise is for sale at all times a complete line of stoves and bollow-ware generally. The Monitor, however, takes the lead in the city. Loos at thos ready-pad? skirts and aprons at Kraus', 218 Main, cor. Adams. Joe Locke. This enterprising young news merchant has everything in his line at late, fresh and varied as can be brought here by steamer, at 230 Main street. His Sunday customers will 'find him at his post, stocked with New Or leans, St. I.ouis, Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, New York and Boston dailies. all the New York weeklies, the St. LouU Home Journal and various other popular publications; also a stock of books and stationery, , , . . Lancaster and white Marseilles quilts at Kraus'. 218 Main. cor. Adams X t'letpr Tie, New, At Barnaby's, Overton Hotel. eod 39 Piavo AVU Ori;a. We call atten tion to the card of Prof. II. G. Hollen- urri;, our ui uur wura biivi iuv.-. citizens, spent for the world-renowned i Cbickering and Other superior pianos. ' , .. . ,. i- I Jf yoq desire anything in this line, you iDiiii rnnn i rnnr own iniensi in jjli i . a . . II t yiMe one-price house. A 1 fullstockaUayiQnband andhe is oblic- ing and accommodating in business. , ' m Fre.ch SrPtD PrscALts. 25 cents ! per yard a great bargain US Main, corner Adams. Pleasant Eqtertalain.ent. We Lad the , pleasure of being at an agreeable entertainment, given; at 'the headquarters of all our bon-vivani in the Bluff City Madame Vincent's by Colonel Brizziolari, whoje ' agreeable presence irradiated the scene like an Italian sunset. Speeches were made, toasts drank, and in all. the occasion was pne both creditable 'to the head and heart of the host. We noticed many distinguished members 'of the' bar pre ent, who seemed to feel that practising at tho bar did not belong strictly to the ruline of Lex Scripta, but Mudume Cliquot. The Memphis Mechanics' Institute is now fully organized, with WJ B Bruce, President; J. H. Humphrey's, Vice Pres ident; J. E. Randle, Treasurer; A. L. Plough, Corresponding Secretary, and W. D. Andrews, Recording Secretary. Don Juan How, New, At Barnaby'i, Overton Hotel' ' eod-39 1 Gkkth' linen handkerchiefs, British and lisle thread hose, at Kraus', 218 Muin, corner Adams. 35t ' . ' Gents' puff-bosom shirts, $2, at Kraus', corner Main and Adams. ,! 35t Catholic . BooxaTORB.T-Mr.; Wm. J. Mansford, . the courteous, and popular book and newsdealer at the corner of Second and Monroe streets, has a large and elegant stock of Catholic books and periodicals; also many miscellaneous works, and always has. the latest daily papers from all quarters and tho lending weeklies and magazines. Give him a call. . . . ' . . - - Parasols and funs, very cheap, at Kraus', corner Muin and Adams. 35t Merrimack, and Spbaoue Prints, 10 cents; yard-wide bleached domestics, good quality, 12j cents; imported cor sets, 75 cents, at J. -H. Loewenstine ft Bros.', 231 Main street, Clay building. 35 . ., tiraud Opening;. . There will be in a few days a grand opening of the Bnperb Gallerie de Paris, 180 Main street. In convenience and ele gance it ia unsurpassed", and is designed to furnish a) the latest styles of the IV risian photbgraphlp works of art. 35 Latest spring style Arabs, very cheap, at Krans', cor. Main and Adams. 35t - Chromos at Cost. I have a fine col lection of pictures by the best artists, which I will selj at jost for cash. All sizes of rustic, rosewood, walnut and gilt frames at low prices. '' Call at Benson's music store, 317 Main street. . , 42 JoHS Sl'HCMM. Roshia Bathino Towels, very cheap, at Kraus', cor. Main and Adams. 35 1 Notice to JPaasenirers and Shippers. Omra Mriiphis and Litti.s Root R. R..1 Memphis, Aprils, wju. On account of high water, on and after date trains will suspend running between Hopefield and L'Anguille. Due notice will be given of resumption. ,' 35 B. P. RoBsosj Ass't Sup't. f ttiBii IjIxess and buff suit dress lin ens for ladies, very cheap, at Krans', 218 Main, corner Adams. 35t Through Tickets from Europe. Messrs. ,F. M, Cash & Co., corner of Madison and Front streets, ars agents for the Liverpool and Great Western Steamship Mail Company. Through tickets from any part of Europe to Mem phis can be bought from them at low rates. This line is one of the best that connects with New York. Exchange sold at this office on any city of Europe; also city and coupty scrip bought and sold. ' '- ' ' 33t Gentlemen, Take Notice. Gauze and lisle thread under-shirts, very cheap, at Kraus', cor. Main and Adams. 35t Just received, a fine stock jet jewelry of latest styles, at f . ojiher' Jet Palaqe, 328 Maip street. 39 The Great Red Store, 220 Main street opposite the Worsham House,-will gcll this week ladies' kid gloves at fifty cents a pair. 33 . ' Ladies' all linen handkerchiefs, $1 25 per do., at flicaua', 318 Main, cor. Adams. Flah I Fish t Flah ! Fresh supplies of salmon, Reelfoot lake trout, pike and perch, received daily by Victor D. Fuchs, No. 41 Jefferson st. 41 ' Merrimack and Spraode Prints, 10 cents; yard-wide bleached, dOUIM,'Cs, good quality, 12 cents; imported cor sets, 75 centx, at J. H. Loewenstine ft Bros.', 231 Main street, Clay building. 35 'Plain and checked mozambiqueg, 25c. per yd., at Kraus', cor. Main and Adams. Ladies' hem-stitched handkerchiefs at ten ee,pts a piece, at the Great Red Store, 220 Main st roe -T - ' ' l j 35 ' Germak Corsets, 75 cents, at Krau.s', correr Muin and A.Jiiiui. ' ' 35t Rnsalan Rraees, The latest novelty in suspenders, at Barnaby's. Overton Hotel. . hI-39 FINANCIAL AND COECIAL Financial. The glaory aad drisily weather has It. effect spos the markets, and but little is doing. Money Is abundant, and borrower, with rood paper Ind so difficulty in negotiat ing. Exchange If late demand light.. Gold ' is dsll buj-mg price. 1US; selling, Nething is doing is city re.hm,. Bank of Tenr;et( Me. ars 'ih demand at T2'ST3e. 1 eontrary to what was expected when savigs Cviiuty warrant are held light at 7&S77c. tion was opened. Th river is clear of ice Cotton. The market ha. improved in it : above Lake Pepin to St, F.i, aad when that tone, bat sot visibly in price. We euote mid-1 dimes U 22,0;',: low middliag, 21k 2I: ; good ordinary, S JoS- Lower grade, ran;, front 14(17V The receipts Tc;;ciUy were ftTA klM. ..it tKi iL.i.,.ia li k.lM . , : uticgut Ja a.kkt. Is In general market i there is trat little activity, Thi. is owing to U ahfenco of farmer, and eoantry dealer- th farmers just at this time bring engaged in : BUalI., tor cvhI . " prw-n-riii, itutiui vtgsvijr rvnunnj. may expect th.t, beirgrcurjed u their work. ' i r.in-- ..t. tanners will not b. able to atund th markets l J : LI. 1. . 1 ,k. ... """ .7 .ill' , 7 .c. epnngpsrcbsien wills delayed, and VlT'"! Jl, Pjfnf- of at anut , Wj,M ws sop ear xeetrhant. will ihortly be , 35tlfailsp. ' ' 1 ' New York Money Market, By S. P. and A. Telegraph. Nsw York. April f, 12:75 p.m. Govern ments irregular. Starling exchange steady at 109. Uoldoarrying at 4 per sent. Gold .112i,J2:-new-1865.10W Bonds of 1881 1W7 UV, 5-UoflW2 .111 1S0S - 14 ls4 ....lloy 10- bonds -....ll)5 1W6 1101 Paoino 6 11 lit Tenn. bond. old bV Tens, bonds new 01 bales . I bales ' London Stock Siarket. By S. P. and A. Telegraph. London, April 9, 2 p.m. Consols '.... U. 8. o-20, '62..... W.i Illinois Cential 1131 " 5.... 9UK Erie ... a " " '67...-Wt Alianties 1 10-4US. rt New York Cotton Market. By S. P. snd A. Telegraph. Nw York, April 9, 10 a.m. Th market Is very quiet. Ordinary . 19 Good Ordinary . 21 Low Middling 32L Middling .Z!yt uoou .uiuaung a Liverpool Cotton Market. By 8. V. and A. Telegraph. Livkrfool, April 9, 2 p.m. Cotton steady. Estimated sales for to-day, 10,000 bales. Middling Uplands lln Orleans............ IVM UENEHAL MARKET. PuiLin Liduicb Or MxurHiH, Tins., April 9, 1U' BAGGING AND ROPE-Liirht demand. 1AV. ft'Jfie for common : Kentucky ferine. UL TTKIt H extern aKjfcSIc: country 2Vo:Jo. BKOOMsS tStmi nor dog. Broom oorntl 40v fl 90 per ton. Cr.-M KM is liKici :. riastcr 14 7ft. COFFEE Rio, lc..iW: Java, n-4c. L'l!EKSK-FactorylKWtc: West'ii Reserve 17lSe. COTTON BEED Delivered II.' 00: mutes 1(3 40. EGGH-anca dt, COKN-JltoJl til. II A V 'J7 .iOM S.SI ton : oaUouYftKe : bran 126 V ton ; cotton seed iii V ton. 1 1,1 jt. it r mew ,o j r aney f mmja ou. FRUIT Dried apples 7Ve yl th ; green ap lea U UO'94 60 barrel i eras berries i 00 V arret. MACKEREL No. I.i24r25 barrel: sar dines Slay case. GAM K Chickens 16 f dot ; geese $7; turkeys f IT : ducks $3 50. HIDES Dry flint 18'4c: green 7c. TallbW 9c. Beeswax 33c. LEATHER cole VS? ruddle 42o. Calf skins 4Vu7(), Amerieaii do. t4U. 31 f) 1. A US K rnrae 7;jWc. mules and houses itmits. POTATOES Peach Blows tl 75. Pinkeyes 2 Ooro'i . Russetts VI Wwi tS. I AM fine in Kegs K ax nx, NA1L8-15 00. kegs. OIL Coal Oil 35MOC. Llndseed tl 10. Lard II 55, Lubricating 55c. FUM DfcK Kitle so 5U, masting ft 50. PORK-Mess r."9 0WU29 50. BACON Clear Sides lTtalTVe. Burar Cared Hams DM22c, tihouldun iljc. DARD-Tiere Xifi. Keg lTVis. BHKP Corn Beef 115 50 bbl. SALT Bbls. tl 60i2 75. SL'GAR-ltl3,V. Clairified 15e. SPIHITS-Uighwines Vac. Rectified Whisky 80U1 15. tTAKCH-7e!r.. SOAP AND CAN'DLES-Soap 7),(910c: andlcs 15(ltic. VINEG AR-16a25c H gallon, ARRIVALS. Suamer R P Walt, White river; Oiark, Arkansas river ; City of Alton, VickBburg; Colorado, St Louis; Pauline Carroll, New Orleans; Nick Longworth, New Orleans j City of Cairo, St L.onit. JJEPARTUREC Staainor Pity of Alton, Pt Louis; ' Mollie Grnts. New Madrid: , Leleete, hite rivar: " Pauline Carroll, St Louis; " Nick Longwortb, Cincinnati ; ' Colorado, Vickiburg; Gen. Anderson, Friar's Point. BOATS 1W PORT. Ram J. Hale. R P Walt. Ozark. Belle T. n:. - ..f JlJ Ul l.IIU. RIVER, BUSINESS, tISCrl,Mi'0. The river rose two inehes tn the past twenty- four hours, and is now three feet eight inches below high water mark of 1867. The rise at Cairo yesterday was five inches, while at St, Louis the river is stationary. A report of na-. other flood comes to us from th,e VPs Mis sissippi. At St. Paul it it f tituj at the rate of two feet per dav, Advices from the Minne sota riyer report that stream two feet higher than it has been for. years. The Ohio is fall ing from Pittsburg to Evansville, and the Mis souri falling from Omaha to its mouth. Business at the levee this morning was la- active, owing to the raia, Tfca outgoing packets will, however, toWgood trips, ss the shipments this afWaoon will be heavy. Th Geuig W. Check will be found at the levee this evening to leave for Friar's Point Mark Check is her master, and Messrs. Bar- inas ana Jacsson clerks Tho Celeste took out 300 tons of railroad iron last night for Derail'. Bluff. Tho Kentucky river ftvna Blue Wing is above the bridge ( Frankfurt, suable to get out, owjrt x hli water in that stream. Th. river at New Orleans is 3 feet 5 inches below the high water mark of 1862. The New Orleans Time, .ays Capt. Louis Flatan leaves that city on the R. E. Le. to contract for a light draft Red River packed f the following dimensions: Length aVM all. 135 feet; hold, 30 inches clear l U Us eyl ro llers, 4 feet stroke ; floor, f fce. and 38 feet beam. The ner b will have s very flne cabin For h,or elan.. Th Richmond was rained by the insurance companies at 1120,000, and insured in Cincin nati, Louisville and New Albany office, for 75,000. Her freight list waa insured for 18000 in St. Louis offices. Her cargo was probby worth more than flOO.OOO, and w$ ally In jured. The Nile leave) S,, Lauls for the Arkansas river tv-.4Ut, The regular U. 8. mail steamer Otark hav ing arrived, will depart at & p.m. to-day for Pine Bluff, Little Rock, and all intermediate landings on the Arkansas, making connec tions at Little Rock with light d.rs,ugki boat for Fort Smith. Capt, W J. Nowlaod is her master, and Tom 11 rat hear purser We understand a coal depot is to be et.b- lubcd at Island 82. The floating palace &. P, Wi, Clay Kie master, is announced to oaye at 5 this even ing for Jacksonport, Aagasta, and all point on Yi hit nt siaking connection at Derail'. with the train fur Little Rock. The Walt carries theU. S. mail, and wiU go through on time, Our information yesterday regatta the throwing overboard of th Hiokawexi's freight was baed upon a dispa;Jji received by s prom inent steambos,; want in thi. city, and waa. as i Ivwm', la part erroneous, as th Rich mond did throw overboard a portion of her cargo, but it was not done antil Capt. Green wa convinced the boat could not be saved is any other way. The Richmond returaed to St. Louis, where she goes on tie dck.. The Dubuque Tw. f the 6th. says: The levee has Lea duller during the last th vUs than s Puritan Sabbath in New England, Boats har bees scarce and freights scarcer, body of 'water UtkM fox freedom" businea. will corciuuaee ra ear lest. weJay'. Courier-Jonrnal say. rates were r yesterday to New Orleans at the following Iffarea Prk tl&l 9T. ki.k. lw4u. a sen potatoes, awhile; snd other freiakti proportion. The packet, owned by th M.mphi. asd Ar- kamaa River Packet Company, becis their lri- u.T... r amprnM-a neei?4 from Umjioa re- poru th Uiasosri rising ranidlr. asd th t. j . ... water nearly p to the top of iU banks. : . I . . . .. 7 ,7 "T" " BMmX Uaerrilla warfara ntai to ttul exist along 'Y e-L.a. Wlaattrip WMtredspoa flroas a clang f uasafras, and the gas was well aimed, for a numb' f amoll shot penetrated tie pilot-he, la pilot was soared, but not hurt. Th occurrence took place below Rocheport. The St. Louis Democrat hopes th Memphis papers will cease their taunts, when th Dem ocrat Informs th.m that the M. J. Wicks was inspected carefully and thoroughly by two competent persons, whose report fully con firmed that previously made by Capt. Miller, Inspeotorfor the St. Louis Board of Under writers. The Democrat don't give th names of th two competent persons, from which fact w are led to believe that th two persons wr either parties actually Interested with the steamboat ring" of bt. Louis, or were paid by that ring to decide against th. Wiek.. Give their names, Ryland. STEAMBOATS. For ArkaufMM Itlver. Memphis and Arkansas rlTw PacketComnany, U. B. Mail Line For Helena, Friar's Point. Month of W bite River, Pine Bluff, Little Rock, and making connections for Hot Springs and Fort Smith. OZARK, W.B. Rowland, master, THIS PASSENGER PACKET .fTa. will leave as above 8ATUK- P-W.y-?j DAY, 9th inst., at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to, W. fi. KENNEDAY, Agent, 34-35 No. 3 Madison street, Stanton BlocK Memphis and Arkansas River Park. . et C'osnpnny White River Line. For Helena, Month of White River, Clarendon. Duvall's lllutr, Ues Arc, Augusta and Jack son port, connecting with the light-draft steamer Batesville for Batesville and points above; also, with the steamer Fairy Queen for Pocahontas and points on Block River. B. P. WALT, - Ad. Storm, master. THIS ENTIRELY NEW AND !". elegant side-wheel paeiten- rJKIj ger steamer, Uiilt expressly for this trade, will leave as above"ATUKDAl , 9th inst..at6n.m. For freight or passnge apply on board or to W. H. KENNEDAY, Agent, tfgs-t No. 3 Madison st. , Stanton Block. Memphis and Arkansas lUver Packet Company, White River Mail Line. THE ENTIRELY NEW AND .IT, elegant passenger packet, '" 1 built expressly fur the trade, H. P. WALT, - . Cnpt. i. Woodbnrn, Will leave Memnhii EVERT RATTrRTiAY . 5o clock p.m., fur all Points on White river through to. Jvk"ouport, nnd to West Point and Servy Landing on Little Red river; and tU well-known passenger packet, W. A. CALDWELL, Capt. R. Klnman, Will leare Memi.his EVERY THURSDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m., for all points on White river through to Jack so n port. This boat will con tinue in tne Memphis and Jacksonport trade until the eouu.lerfon or another boat, such as the R. I Walt (nos new under contract w be finished by the Uub of May next. io ae ine place oi mo , A. (.nlitwell in the Memphis and Jacksonport trade, to leave Memphis every Thursday.) Pot freight or pnssairo apply-on bonrd the boats, er at the oJHce of be Company, No. 3 Madison street, Staiidka Block. 6-t JOJj.N t. ADAMS, President. FOH FKIAK'S POIXT. Regular Memphis and Friars'. Point Tri Weekly United States Mail Packet. G. W.CIIIEK, U.Malon, master. THI8 FJNK PASSENGER tIT', stomoer leaves Memphis Ms. w vryTVESDAY. THURSDAY nnd SATUR DAY, at 4 n clock p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. o-I.-n'-t SEWINC MACHINES. GROVER & BAKERS HIGHEST PREMIUM, ELASTIC STITCH, FAMILY Sewing Machines POINTS OF EXCELLENCE I Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch. Perfection and simplicity of ma chlnery. Vslng both threads directly from the spools. X fastening of scams by hand and no waste of thread. Wide range of application without ehang-e of adjustment. The seam retains its beauty and firm ness after wash! up and ironing. Besides doUjr all kinds of work dono by other Sewing Machines, these Ma chines execute the most beautiful and permanent Embroidery and ornamen tal work. Salesroom, 3 IS Jfain St. S-Wl-t MEDICAL. Dr. Adanipj, ef Chicago, TnE CHAMPION OCULIST AND AURIST. and Chronic Disease Physician, is stopping at the Commercial Hotel. Primfc rlj.,.1,.. mnftc s .pci't'fv. tt-f CARPETS, ETC. A3IES, IJEATTIK & CO., 398 Main St, Gayoso Block, orrt. all kin oa or FURNITURE, CARPETS, ETC., AT LOWEST RITES, And WiU Not Be Undeisold. UOUORS. Caledonia Saloon, Corner Maetlaon anal Main a la. T VVCH FROM 12 M. TO 2 P.M. 2 P.M.. AVT. J A tta 10 t to 12 a.m. liur har t. "tiw-..i m h lb find Lienor,, gvnnme Sctch and t.ualiej AL.aaaarvfcIi.rv. and to best ol ili.ms ", SA-llI April 5. 1570.