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STERLING SILVER IN GREAT VARIETY F (li v LARGE STOCK OF ," 1 ' . ' PliATED W AH K , "Forks, Spoons, Castors, Etc. i v. . . . - 'T .-, i .W, f!. BTBO (Late Unrimu'i). ffl-f - ' ' 273 Main street. MANTELS AND CRATES. JI. WETTER & CO., i '.! ,', . DEALERS IN MARBLEIZBD Iroii4& Slato Mantels . .. . KHAMELED AND FLAllV , O'lTR MANTELS, EITHER-'IRON k OR telat. ar made after th latent, most beautiful and perfeot designs, Wesbnllal- nlacturers ' price with freight auuad. v ar alto BOLE AttKNl'3 for the . .i MONITOR AND CHAMPION Cooking Stoves, FOR WOOD Oil COAL, Vasi' patent hotel and family, .cooking ranges. WBTTEB 4 CO- alf 13 and 15 Monroe street. PHYSICIANS. TTdb. n. w. pvbseijl j Kealdeace, 79 Valoat street; Orrire, 135 Ualois asree. t Hit PRK. AVKMT BACNDEKH HAVE REMOVED TO THE INSURANCE Hulldlng, A 92-117 41 Madlaom Wtrect. Little Drug Store 'ronnd the Corner. A T LOWEST MARKET RATES. OILED JA. silk, rubber cloth, Ladios' and Uent shoulder braces, Rosadalis, Koskoo, Marehisi A Marshall's Catholioon. Palmer's pimple lotion, English female Bitters, C. and M. Klix Cal et Ferrl Pyrophoa eum etrych and Bismutte, 184(1 brandy, pure old Bourbon whisky, excellent wines, and everything to be found in any first-class store. Only give in a call and we guarantee satisfaction. VMUS A BARRADALL. (eVinp. No. tip. Adam street. WANTED. w ANTKB-BID8 FOR SHINGLE-ROOF- now occupied by Col. B. F. Grimes. Apply to D. Pointer, Keoeiver, Bethel Block. 117-118 Appeal copy two umm.j WANTED TO RENT A SMALL CUTiUN shed far another season. Address 11. B. A 0., PostoOieei and state location. Imi. ete. . 117-L WANTED A SITUATION AS LADY. B urse-either by week or month. Would not object to traveling a short while with an invalid. Address Mrs. 0., Ledger ollioe. ; U7-119 WANTED BY A YOUNG LADY, ABIT uatioa as teacher in a school or family. Best recommendations furnished. Address L. PoHtofflce. Memphis. 116-121-wg) I ANTEDI-A GIRL TO DO LIGHT housework i uermau prei.rreu. pyx' at 106 Jefferson street. WANTED TO HIRB A HORSE OR mule for two or three months, to do four or five hours' work per day.' Will take rood care; gooa grating. ei"v "7 r.i.k nmA im vnrila from Briok Church, Refer to 0. B. Barker. I 114-119 R. L. RASH. . WANTED A GOOD MAN TO TAKE charge of a small farm-single preferred, AodIv at 256 Front street. 112-123 WANTED TO EXCUANUK MUflbMfcn till Htonework for a vacant or unproved lot in South Memphis. For particulars upp y to Then. Maydwell.KI tnion street. 11)1-123 YirANTKD-A PARTNER IN A BOLVBNT V tobacco bouse. Address S. B., at . the T.u,lr office. " I TSrAZING-300 to 400 ACRES OF THE I T fint irraiinr land, inclosed withsubstan' tial fence and well watered. All eontained in woodland no running on old fields or broom sedge. Apply to me. four miles out on Her nando road, or to M. C. Oostillo. Tor ml cn.v, W-W R. J- PERSON. FOR SALE. FOR SALE 100,000 riCKx wiiujun lub' ber at foot ot VJnion street. Innuircof, j TAYLOR A RUTLAND. 115.H7 ... i4 Front street, j 1M)tL 8ALB-I STILL HAVE 80ME BEAIU 1 tilul lots for sale at dill's Station-Mem phis and Charleston railroad. Also several nOR BALK - GREAT BARGAIN -TWO P huilmma residenes tenements on Unioa street. Terms easy. Apply te H. G. buiith, Nn. M North Court Square. 90-125 FIR SALE SEVERAL SET OF SECOND, hand bedroom furniture for sale cheap. Inquire at No. 2 Secon d, ROCKLmjj FOR 8 ALB ONE OF HENRY'S PATKNT cylinder prernon, 32x4 inches, been in upe eicht months and in perfect order. Price, llirflt coil over 11500. Reason forselling, my business re mires a larger and finer elass of press. For a paper having a moderate oircu. lation it is just the thing, as it is equally adapted to Job printing as newspaper work. An early application will secure great bar gain. Address b.hITMOReA j 71-t Public Ledger Onicc, Memphis, j MOR SALE OR FOR LEASE ON LONG h time, ninety lots; several very desirable and well located for cotton sheds, factories, or lumber yards! some very handsome and convenient for residences. A large number will be leased, at low rates, for cheap resi dences. Also one lot of li acres, Just outside tne corporate limits. . j Y. iffl, lie AVals aa.eme -- 44-t FOR RENT. W. A.WHBATI.KT, Keatrtl AejtMt, Bethrl Blovk.ollleeMo.t. Hecelver- ulna aerrDled. T ' FOR RENT A NICE ROOM, AND IJK niture for sale. Apply to C. L. F'cklen. 228 Front street lli-lltf TMTl RENT A CONVENIENT IIOI'SR, r with ten rooms. The owner would board for rent, If agreeable. Apply to M Ma'shaU avenue. Yi-a. FOR RENT A DWELLING HOUSE WITH six rooms, kitchen and two servant t rooms. Apply at 72 liiil street. 117-122 F I0R RENT A COTTAGE RESIDENCE. Annlv at 121 Aianama Bireei. i win TiORRRNT A NEATDWKLLINli hOloK, J; suitahle for boarding, with many conve niences. So. 104 Monroe street. 115-117 M. C. CAYCK. FOR RENT A VERY DESIRABLE RESI dence on Shelby slreeU jj j"FIIJ ,. H3f No. Main street. FOR RENT A DWELLING HOUSE Wllti six rooms, kilcBen and cistern. No. lft A Jams street, eorner of Fourth. Apply to D. A. CIrACo..froiit8treeU FiR REST R00.M3 AND OFFICES IN Adams Block. No. 227 Second street. Ap ply to U1HI C. SIUUI BRO IlOR RENT-TWO COSEY COTTAGE 1 houses, near comer of Saffaran and Third street, in Cheh-ea four rooms and kitchen, each; cistern, etc new, just finished. Apply to tlia-117J 6.FOLWELL. FOR RENT-ROOM No. 9 MAGNOLIA Block. Apply to Isaac Mcason, Agent South Shore Line, 5V4 Madison street, Stanton Block. 2t fX)R RENT A COTTAGE HOUSE CON I? taining four rooms, kitchen and servant s roe ii. Inquire of J, K. Lawton, No. 4 Madi sl street. l"t TOR RENT A TWO-STORY DWELLING I? house. No. J13 Hernando street; also lwellinn on Danlan street, near Poplar. Ap- PIU, MARX A BENSIixKF, iiet Intnnince BnilJing. Rooms aad 40. TXIR RENT A TBRER STORY BRICK y dwelling nine or ten rooms 143 Madifoa street. None bat reliable persons need apply. v,-ia A. O. DENNIS. 2-2 Main st. F)R R.KNT A SMALL BRICK RESI deacc, on Huling atreet, near Shelby. Apply at it5 Shelby street, or U5 Madison, yt E. M. 11KAKN.' 1" TOR RENT ELIGIBLE KyOMS KOK ! rent in DeSote Bank Building. C2-t BOARDING. ' TOARDINf--GREAT RKDUCTION AT P Whitouiore Uuuie, 109 and 111 Adam it. Board per month, single room. $M)i two occu pying single room. 14) eaohi day board. I2Ui transient, 2 per day. Uood, airy rooms fur nished U families on reasonmiio verui.. lt Z. U. WU1TKM0KK. Prop'r. mKAVEI.KHN.TAKK WOTICE THE I JeirrM Kireet lne, M: ton Jetlemoss atreel, rharges for board and lutltrlusT per dnj, The rooms are vaII vnniiluted. each furnished with two or three single beds, and good spring mat tresses. IDS vnuie jd aupijiieu who las uvii the market anorus. neguiar boarders taken ?.t very low prices, Remember, No. 105 ,ief eoon tre"t. ' ' ' ' 'S'flf-W MATH. THE LATEST Summer Styles ! .I''ii;' iifiei fu,. M AT LOW PRICES, AT WHEAT0N & CO.'S, HATTERS, . i. .j ! r i i a. -; t- 1 SIGN OF THE TIGER !H- INSURANCE. PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON LIFE Insurance Compari OF RICHMOND, VA. ORGANIZED, I IV lWOT f : rri ! r-) Y l. V i I ij 1,1 1 Assets over 2,500,000 Annual Income over 1,500,000 1... OFF I CI HIM i ' c-.'l W. C. CAKRINUTON, Frenldwlil. J. K. KUWAROH, Vleo Preeldeat. B. t. II ARTHOOK, Secretary. J. J. IIOPKIKN, Aen't Secretary. rrrflE fROGRESS 5F TllfS 'COMPANY tioug: its ratio of expense te income has been Iris than half that of other, companies of the same age,,,. a. ALL POLICIES N0N-F0KFEITINO Dividends large and declared annually Folioiei Iaiaed on all Improved Plani. It offers some new features of great attrac- tion, among which are i CHILDREN'S DEPOSIT POLICIES, i By means of which the parent may at a com paratively imall cost secure for his child, at iri nr 21 vears old. a sum sufficient with which to commence life. Bramch Orrlro Re. 7 Madlnon atreet, K9-ol (ieneritl Agent. ; I? II CE IV I X Insurance Company OF MEMPHIS, TENN. Capital, - 9200,000. Office: No. 12 Madison Street Will take Fire and Marine Risks at Reasonable Rates. T. II. A I.I. EN. B. F. WHITE, rreniucni. aecreiar, 1 t - S ' - ' Directors! THOS n ALLEN, C C PARTEE, ' MJ WICKS, NOLAND FONTAINE W B BRUCE. HUGH STEWART. ( Janus vai. i n'i PLANTERS' ! Insurance Company OP MKMPHIH. CAPITAL - - ?'200,00(. Office, la Compan j's Building, NO. 41 MADISON STREET. FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN. . . LONSDALE President. D. II.TOWNSENO I Vice President. WALTEB A. GOODMAN, Secretary, JOHN G. LONSDALE, Assistant Secretary. Directors! JO LONSDALE, M J WICKS. O V RAMBAUT, C J PHILLIPS, W R SLEDGE, J C NKELY, B J TAYLOR, D II TOWNSfcNU, l I) T PORTER. S FMnNUTT, I RAl'INSON, .1 J HUSKY. i W L RADFORD, U II JULIA 11, A. J. WHITE. REMOVAL. Lytle & Shields DEALERS IN FINE Fancy & Staple Groceries WOULD RESPECTFULLY ' INFORM their natrons and the public that they have removed from 141 and 143 Poplar street, to that commodious and centrally located store, I NO. 218 MAIN STREET, Corner of Adams. They have had their new stand fitted up in good style, which, with a full, weil assorted siock, ana iresn gooas ar riving daily, enable them to fill all orders in thoir line promptly, and at reasonable rates. 74-f Cor Main and Adnnr. DJIMOjajlTIONS DIHMOIUTION. mHK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX 1 isting between the undersigned was dis solved on July 1, 1X71, by mutual consent. Payments made to either partner will be re cognised. They have divided their interest. Mr. Jinks will continue at No. 62 Union street, and Mr. McCullers at the Court Street Stables. J. K. M'-Cl LLEKS, ....... . T JI 1 I . ' I - . ' 114-llV ' V. rflf, P.O. JHHejULUTIUN. THE LAW PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE existing between E. C. McDowell and 11. II. Martin, nnuer mo siyie oi sscuoweu a Martin, is this dav dissolved. Each member of said firm will give his attention to the busi ness heretofore intrnsted to the nrm by His clients. K. U. MruuwKl.lj. July. 1871. iiuua c. maiui.i. Ii:-1H Dissolution of Copartnership TUB HERETOFORE EXISTING COPART nership between F. Kawalski and N. I'elervn, uniter the nrm name ana style oi r. Rawalski A Co.. has this dav been dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. F. Rawalski will eontinne the business under the same firm and style as heretolore, and will assume all liabilities and collect all outstanding debts of said firm. F. RAWALSKI. N. PETERSON. M.TTii., Tnn.. Jnlyll, 11 m-UT FORTUNES. M A. 1 A. 11 12 Ay IV rV A. . FOKTI NE TELLER. EAST SIDE OF Main St.. south of Froadwav. two souares below tue M. and I. railroad depot. 110-1& GROCERIES. ' WEW CnEE3E. We are rerelrlng twice a week riew Factory Cheese of Bupcrlor quality. Uclut; airenta fur fuctcirlcg, we can oO'ur superior Inducements to the Trade. v' ,t outer, mxjx CO. PUBLIC LEDGEIt. I. '' " ' CI ' i I ' I i , Office t So. IS MAdlsos Street, i . LARGEST CITT CIRCULATION. the city: MEMFHlHi Friday KweBlnc. Jaly 14. 1871. Pittsbueo and Cannel coal and gaa coke, Brown 6 Jones, office 282 Main street, Bethel Block. t , , , BREVITIES, -j ,' The Hebrew picnic at James' Park on Monday next promises to be an elegant and fashionable affair.' . in..--' Everybody goes to Joe Locke, the lightning news man, at 2i Main, for daily papers, illustrated weeklies, maga zines and foreign publications. ' j ' A meeting of the young men of this city will he held this evening in the Second Street Methodist Church, for the purpose of organizing a Young Men's Christian Union. The centenary of Sir Walter Scott a ill be celebrated in Memphis in a becoming manner. St. Andrew's society has taken the lead in making all necessary ar rangements. Miss Patterson will deliver a series of 'readings and recitations this evening at the Memphis Club Hall, and will be as- j sistcd by the Mendelssohn Quattette Club. I The Nicolson pavement around Couii Sqnare is undergoing a general repair ing. The old blocks are rotten to he core, showing that the pavement is rap idly decs) ing before it is even paid for, We were shown tc .lay an ingenious contrivance a patent fan for a sewing machine or rocking-chair. The invent tor, Mr. Stephen Del'tce'la, proposes applying for a patent immrdiately. Mangford, at the corner of Second and Monroe, has the latest daily papers. from all points; also, French, German', English and. Irish newspapers, weekly pictorials and monthly magazines. Our neighboring city ol Little Rock is afflicted on account of the operations of Memphis, St. Louis and Louisville i , ,rt,e ., ' nouseoreaaers, wno neu irons tnose cities to locate among the denizens of the Rock. i Contractor Martin Kelly has' fconv menced work in South Memphis on 'he Selma railroad. He is also making a road-bed for the Charleston railroad, for the pnrpose of extending its t-ack to the nnion depot, to be erected at some point on the river bank. j Emmons k Son, veteran newsdealers on Jefferson nnd Beal, have the latest daily papers from New York, New Ort leans, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville and other cities, weekly pid- toiials, monthly magazines and foreign publications of every description. The pa'-ona of Kng Gambrinus ft opening out lnrger beer saloons f-'ongb,- out the city. The worshippers at the sh.lneof he foaming Fog r-e incr :4 ing rapidly, and it cannot be seid that bo'h ministers and obNt'on vessels i(Me stand. " : ; " 1 ' ' : The late heavy rains have had a bene 6cin' effect npon grrdens in the vicinity of the city and crops throughout neigh boiing counties in Ms and adjoining States. Our streets and a"eys have been cleansed, and the sanitr j condi tion of the city much improve . ' ' The State closed this forenoon in the Van RobeiicAda Jones homicide case, and the defense introduced witnesses to impeach the character oi Sullivan for truth and veracity. It is believed the introduction of testimony will close to day, and the argument of counsel will bs hesrd to-morrow. j ' The Grand Jury will adjourn this af ternoon, and present the usual repoit of n. '.! n , rri .. . i ' .1 T.. riiuiuui vuuib, xue prrBcub uihuu wuij has done an immense ammount of work during the session, and desetres credit for the manner in which its members worked to suppress crime and bring criminals to justice. I A little negro grabbed a lot of prize candy from an Iti'ian f.uit stand on Main street this forenoon. Officer Jenny gave chase, and succeeded after a long i an in captuiing the illegitimate lover of candy. The ptize candy grabber will be interviewid by the Recorder to morrow morning. i Mayor Johnson has not as yet re sponded to the lengthy petitions pre sented him on the bluff grading ques tion. It is generally understood that the Mayor has decided to sign the ordinance, so that the unsightly meunds of estth in front of onr city can be removed as rapidly as possible, in accordance with the general wish of all citizens. , A wind and rain storm, black as Erebus, passed up on the Arkansas tide of the river yesterday afternoon. Scud ding clouds and heavy gusts of wind prevailed on this side. Clouds of dust on Main street sent pedestrians into stores (or protection. The storm, it h its rain, wind, thunder and lightning, ig nored Memphis and favored our friends over the river. : The dispatches announce that the Orange processions throughout Canada and Ireland were undisturbed and wore attended with little or no disorder. It is strange that the anti-Orjige feeling in New York should be more bitter and ex pressive than in the land, which gave birth to both Orangemen And Ribbon men. It proves that religion had little or nothing to do with the riot, but It was the result of the overbearing spirit of a mob of New York roughs or Communists. Thirty unfortunates responded to the call oi the ctiminal docket at the Re corder's Couit to day and contributed liberally towsrd def rajin he expenses ft'lMsWi. Wtf8?0)1 i A'cMd pistol-toter was nurd ilfusen dol'ors for carrying an srmoiy on h;s person, and A. Sayers donated twenty-five dollars for the privilege of cavrjing gambling devices with intent t ) deceive. Ex-Pretident Davis left on Wednesday evening Kst, over he Memphis and Charleston ra'lway, to visit bis family in Baltimorf fit was reported lhat he had been summoned before the kuk'ux Com mittee, but the repoit is unfounded. The public excitement and interest in the Van Roberts-Ada Jones homicide case continues unabated. The court room ii 6ifowdQ b ee! "itenrs who catch at everywotd bf the testimony. The testimony of Mrs. Wren create J pro found sensation yesterdny. Her state ment that she heard Roberts and Savage at Sullivan's house, discussing the prob ability aV t6'wheher of toot Sullivan heard the faM shot produced a damag ing effect npon the th' ny of tuicide on the part of the unfortunate Ada Jones.' "After considerable 'discussion on' the relative merits of male and female school teachers, the School Board has reduced the matter to a scale of prices a monetary barometer, which accurately indicates the weight and worth of brain, and the ability to teach and the value of the same, of both males and females. The Male High School principo' is woi.h five hundred dollars a year more than the fome'e piincips'. . Mile teachersr the ! first, sx eond and Ihird Vp. or5 worth four hundrc 1 dolhrs a year more than the female teachers the former1 getting one thousand, and the latter but six hundred dolles.. This, of course, is tight, because the conclusions were ar, rived at after long and sefclvng invest ligation by the analytical and scientific minds of the members of tho Schoo) Board, and 'It 'settles torever, for he present and succeeding generations, a much'diseussr 1 and vexed question ori the relative abi'Uy, as.a teacher, of mat( and j. woman. -What .difference does it make if 'he female teacher ''is 'dock- I two dollars and a hs'f per day for Bickj ness, and the r-vhry of the superintend dent remains intact, though pickness of absence put in an appears nco on his part? The value of labor is a theoretical proposition, depending upon result for a fixed stindr-d, such as the result of tht sale of an .icle to settle the vs'ue w the; jlabor; expended; jfcpon i, jt.f. or the result of the deliberations of the School Board to settle the value of female labor in sehr.il teaching. Dij Adam Smi'h investigated the value of labor in fcir." Wee'tH of Nations " ".ill some abil'ty, but never d;d he so d"?plj dive into the abst.dse and bring forth such mathematical results as appeer in the relative pay of ms'e and female teachers in Memphis. It is t- je, t'i decirion of the Bof-d may not rMenc clamorous p' iple who a 111 not see that a man's sei.ices e-e worth f 100 more than a woman's; but ' s one of the accompVisht d facts,' neve, helcss, aad man may pi'de h'msclf on being able to go 1 100 better tt"n even, his more learn' 1 f'ster, whose abi'ity to impprt information may excet 1 h's even by a greater ratio. As of pocti, it can lfc said of school teacher; they r-e "I rri, nof made," lteeanSef4 acquire' knowl edge and to impr't it f-e different r- suits, and not by any m- ;ns the result of the r-.me cause. Frcsh meats will be delivered every Sunoat MonitiNo. to any part of the city from 5 tol o'clock by Oppenheimer t Uochstadter, CH Jefferson street, pro vided the orders are sent in on Satur day before noon. 103-t .'MAI err It' Angling;. We took'",the new depauure " yester day, and spent a few hours at RiceOle, !' so-called," or better known as "Ten Mile Bayon," and alth a nice st ing of black perch returned home well pleased. Our f,iend, Capt. Rice, at the depot, re ceived ns very kindly, and cooled onr r rdor wi'h some good ict water, tlightli dashed, and snpp';ed ns aH fjrhing tackle, etc., and a goel dinner, r ier our return f"om firhing. He took ns over his ' pltnt-ttion, ' 4and t showed os his corn-held, fiy "t wy eir loity acres, veiy fine; also his gi-den, well filled with vegetables. In a word, Rice is a " live man," and is doing good in the bottom about RicoOle. This waa the first day of recreation in this way we have enjoyed since the " unpleasant ness," and we were strongly impressed with the advantages of Riieville for a days enjoyment. Capt tin nice is at the railroad depot, well fixed to care for the wants of the pleasure-seeker; and. .he fishing ground is near by, with plenty of good boats for those who wish, . m Puarrs at 31S Second street . 42t FINANCIAL AMD COMXEECIAL, PriLio Lidoii Own, Mixriis. Tim.. July I'. 1871. TBADB. The general mr-ket is without any im provement to day, but heerd compl-:nts of du'lness fom nc ly every branch of trade. ' Apples rre in fVr demand at (1 to $2 per b ..-el lease from ws;on, with light offeiings. Butter is quiet at 21 to 22c for choice and JTc for ex-a choice. Cottonseed is in fair demand at 19. Cof fee is firm at 11 to 14c gold for Rio aad 13 to 15c for Lagayra in bond. Chick- ens t-e less active ana prices a raaae easier; young rre sold at 1 2 50 to 3 60 and old at fl to 4 60. Cabbages are dull at 6 to 7 per 109, m h light r ?eipts. Corn meal is held firmly at $3 60 1 S CO from levee and store on tots, with light rales at the latter pi Ice.' ' Eggs are dull, with sales of 2013 dozen at 11c, which is the outride price asked to day; we quoto fresh lot 11c. Flour is steady but unchanged ; medium and gcod grades re held (irmly, while new wheat flonr or the lower grsdci are nrjlccted; we qnote choice family, f 6 2 b 6 76; extt.t and fancy, f 3 to 8 50. Lemons ere scarce at $10 o tU.'CjAihRP, ptt prm and pcarce at $11 to $12. Onions 'are dull at $3 50 per bairel. P,t'f ions see weak in oon- . f J ie 2 , d ... . 'j... sequence, oi f f'gni aconae Cincin nati, but meats are not quotably lower; mess pork is held to day.at $16; bacon cle:r sides aro held at 9 to 10c canh and crelitr. clear tib,i Siej boulden,l7c. I ttd iJu" a lljc fir. lierce and 12Jc for k.'y! "Brea'feit ia'con't's quint and incliaog' U I FtfisrturrJ hams ar held at 1J p Wiri'. tNew f st ttoes sre in ac I've demflifl, w.th but 1'ght offerings; shippers pay font $3 25 to $1 per barrel lc pae f'ptn wfjon,' Hd cannot obtain suf ficient it mfl lb demand at those fig ures. The movement in frraia w.is leght; no tinriliong ep repot onf'Cbange and but few s'nee. We bear of light sales of mix' 1 cor a at 72c, and white shelled at 83c , Bran is ,dull and, ptice.i irregular; tiles in rmn'llola are reported at $18 to 21 5X ' Oatt se ftcidy, wifh light ss'pi of new ot 65e and choice old atbT2. Hay is quiet and nnchanged. Sugars p?6 fii-rn but hot V-cher.'. Pc,"rs sc" at $1 per I nx. Novinpj, $1 60. Peauh- 5 i to 7jc. ' , ' , From store oa orders prices are as follows: ' rUeowo Is nominal et213Zte. Bgsa Navy, H7.U)i whit nixed, fl Ml.' ...-... Rsrnw Firm! elearsides.oAIOfl; clear rih o'iWiKet shoelders. V'-4''iHes buik sides, clear, jt,Vj! siouiaers, eogar eared bams, lo'V!''V". list's li iet. t SI .Wl 35 eilfin store. llnrvse Uood Ve.trn, lssevuet inforior, dull and nominal: choice, toti in. " OoTViwHKiio K Oil V ten on levee.' Cork Msai. Steady at fo on levee, and S3 5."(3VS from store. ... Coai Firm at 7i' S7B. with a fair snpMy. Rmiit Dull, with good supply at llfuLio. ' II4T l'irmatllHIs.tflaj.auitoqasUty. -' Fill's Vu etatbUI.H60lorsnper infancy. : Ibow Tias 6!So. Lmn In kers. K'idlWiin tieveas. llHei eaddies, 141ne. mhi.ahsic t.oin.nna, arm iKfflrr&e la bar ayrupt, OijsVM. (it tfnivt at (Waffle from store. 1 ! ' Pooitav-lld chickensquiet at ft V5 60 j young, 2 ri(u J M)a u ,n sisei Ducks, 14. Potato New ere firm and in lair demand at 14 HO V barrel ; eahhage, quiet at 1 CAke)00 new onions, quiet at ft 7.'i4 00. PoBs-Mee,lliijl7uuin large and small way. 1 rUl.T-2 2V2 35 bbl. j fl TS V rack. Siioasj Firm t Louisiana firm.lo'aiiVic for enmmon in fair, V!'A(Vi', for yellow and white clarified; refined, crushed and pow dered, UUYe Coffee, A, B end 0. aoiir. Scrroelyl anything nf 'interest V? tunspVd in ,'he brnl money market !hcT on" 't rrpow. ' The sitnaCon mny tie raid to be one of ea"5, as up to the present !'me, there hsa not been a pressing demand, it, mony, nor are rates of inte-c t as b'th as in former years!" The demand is irnproi'ng, how ever, hut tWn ft nv yi i not the sHht' e.uindicat:ODS(f e.i'.ecncy drt'ng the Bcason. ...Rat'.s of dit -Hint at the binks ee 10 11 12 per cent, per mnum on Al and depot itora paper,' end in the opn market i'rpra.H.t?j2i,pet'C?nt. per mon'h cn ntoliaHe and 3 per cent on doubt J paper. , , .. i ' Ice movement exe'-iTj'e is l;vht bnt offtwngs bel,er thin on yrjierday. Some $150) in coUon l:"n was tikeo by one bsnk ' tr-rliy at pnr, which is n'so tho ciunk .' ruto in pnrcbt :ng f 'ght chr.jks on Eastern point?.1' S'-'Ung rates ere firm at Jc premium. i i- ; Gold is lower in. New York today, opening at I Hi bat t.tb'tquent'y ad vanced to 112. Dc?'e.-s ho- w.re nn- '.l':og to purv;lio"S atovi 11U ti 111 and sold at New Yck qnotv'ons. : Local steaks end scrnri'ca are quiet wilh .a rnrir" utt demind for cliy and rsi'eosd 1 inds .rom thoio who porchase as invet. man's. County werranls are sa'tblo t dee 'era at 83 - 82 snd held at Sic. P .nk of 1 enne?eo money meets hut1 ; rSt derpnd, and 8-t to 8Cc' is' the bny'ng and 'sc"!ng rate. City bonds of tho eurrency ie-,u tra toSCc buj'og and ae'iog and. the gold issue 61 O 62 v Past-due coupons '"e WfoKlc semg and 7M to 7 baj.ng State a-:aritir -e quiet. We note a -?'e of ff 10 CO ArLansas K r londs at 35c, seVtrs e-k 3'."cr for St te cmrency bonds 55c .is refuse J for $if "3. Mem phis and Cbarle3ton railrjnl shcrej are qnott 1 at :r 1 3Cifl; first mortgage bonds at KG t j (lc; t-coud do. 79 to 80c. MisrVppi Cental rni'rcid i:ook 19 to 20c; firM mor';.5es PS t-8P?; second do. 70 ti 81';. with a 1rnnrc :l!on this ntowiingattheine'de finjre. M'sf;ar'ppi and Tennee 1!? to 20c; first mort isiresHSti H7cjS' 'ond do. 7dto 79c. Mempb'snud Lii'iqO rk ra'lrerdshs-es 16 t) 20c; eight per cent. 78 to 7lp. Memph's and Ob'p sharca 19 to l9Jc; first mo, 'Ts-.-es 73 to 77c; arond morl- gses Ct li C5c. Arksn :..s sixes 64 to 57c; sevens I f ) 52c. " Misfist'ppl war rants f0 to F5c. Kob;,e and Oh:o klcr ling t jnds 87 to ?c; do.' interest ei-jhts 81 f- P2; do. "md e'rjhto 'fJI to 70c. M;psc'i s'xes, ex-:nt .-Cot, 9) to 9V. Louisiana t'xes do. 69 to 72c; do. new 63to65cdo. Ievc2fi?5c; do. eights 85 to 87c; Alib.ma fivos 6i t 72c; do. eights 93 to p?r. Old Tennei'ee bonds in New York t'.-lsy are 71 Jc; new do. 71c. .'.'.'',. , " ,' j. " ".. COTTOI. ', " '. ' New York opcric 1 quiet at Slc for middling, buttuhscqnenl'y r-w M-onger advancing l 21c, and at nonwasa,rong with ine.f.'vi t-Mx I.ivt;pcil was strong at fid for Orleans and $ to 9;d fornp'ands, and sa'rt of 15,C?) bales. The upward tendency of c.rh of the above roa-kt 'sbsdtheeff'ct to withdraw from the mn-ket sevetl smn'l lists lhat on yebtt rday were offer I at low rates. Quite a number of buyers were out to day and (he demand for me'ium grades was fiir, but factors were too fir above the lews of buyers to admit of roles. Soma 30 or 49 brie were picked up in odd lota at irregular prices. Receipts were 233; flipments, 2C4; iJ-.ck, 5CI3. We give below a comparative s'otemcnt of the receipts, stock, rt?., at Liverpool for the week ending to Joy., Compared with the stock held during the corre sponding week lv t year, there is a de creane of 67,399. ' JEFFERSON STREET MARKET. 1 Memphis, July 1, 1871. j TAKE 3VOTICEI -WILL MAKE IT A - SPECIAL INDUCEMENT i j i .... i . , . i , . i . . To onr customers to deliver the f . . .! ' .. i BEST OF FRESH MEATS f i :; '. -ON-- : fi- . SUNDAY MORNING, . ', EARLY, To'r . ,.. ' .... l .'i..i , , ; ANY PART OF THE CITY, J . ' ' Provided the Order are sent in before Hatarday noon. OPPENHEIMER & HOCHSTADTER. , i i i i... i- . -,';.. SH JefTerson Street. ' "''''' OOTTOa SJTAniatSrT.' Chausii or Cowmcsob, 1 Manrnis, July 14. t Rtock OB land Sent. 1. 1S70 4.280 Keeeived to-day-..-..-. . l , Previously 504.W3 505.:.)! 6W71 3fi4 fX)3.564 503.92S Shipped to-day.. f reviousiy Stock ea hand......-.. ....... Iaroars M. and C. R. R. M. andT. K.'.K , M. and 0. R. R M.andL. H.K, bteamers., Wagons Total. Eipobts M. and C. R. It. M. and T. K. R M. aad U. K. ti ki learners, north......, i - SOUU ToUl . lew Tarkx mb Marw.es. Miw Yoax. July 14, ia: .u-aovern-tents are irregular. 8 tar ling exchange is stead at HO'4. Gold is loaning Bat. Money is easy at 3 per cent. aold,....ir2Si-2u-new-M65.J12' Bonds of 1881 'ti 1W!7 .u: -d 1865 112 !t a-aus oi iw'i..-in 1804..I13- 115 113U 10-40 bonds ..U Paaifie 6s 11' Tenn. bonds old 71 tenn. bonds new ,1 Kales, Hew fwu Vttmm isrkM. Aw Voax, July 14. 10ja.rn.--Th market is e.u(.t. Bales yesterday, S14; receipts, 4tt)l receipt here, 119. ' Ordinary... .. Uood Ordinary.,..-. tl,--t L,ow wiudllng M Middling r- fi UoodMiddling .. Jl"k 11 a.m. Cotton is strong. Sales for July, attend 20c. short deliver, and Va de'.v ered to-day; August, Mic; September, October, J9c; Uemb r. 19XC Ordinary. ..........-. 4' ',4s tlood Ordinary.... .-.. Low Middlin(......... , Middling y. , . -.- t i ; UoedUiddUng - 22 12:15 p.m. Cotton is steady. Spot sales, SOD; futures, p.m. Cotton is firm. Spot sales, 2'00; fa- tores, 14,000. Sales for August, S07-16o; No vember, 19 ' ' LJverftveil Cattem Markot. LtviapoouJuly 14. 11 :4fi a. m. Cotton opens strong. Bales, 1S.0O0 bale. Middling uplands. 9d; Orleans. 9 M6d. WISXLT STATKKgST THIS WICK. Receipts for the week r t' American 10.01 Sales for the week .. . .....I:' i.miO To speculators.. ."S.esio ror export Stock on hand A inerican............ ........ Actual exports............... Hlock afloat American i , ' LAST WgfK. . 8,(.'!) .... 'J.IM : 2.k .... 111.(101 '"1,11011 ... 91.09 Receipts for th week... American ................ Kales for the week... To speculators 70.000 31 .mm -. 33.UKI ror axixirt ruM) Stock on hand..., .715.000 American .t-JI.MiU 12.(1") 44i,nou Actual exports.... Otoe, anoah.. American. ..... ,.JW,(IUU . EIYEK INTELLIUENCE. ; r ' J . AsaiVALa. Si . .mer Fort Gibson. Arhtnf is riv , . " Phil Allin, f'rior'a Point. , " Citv of Cairo St. Louis. T. d. Allen. White river. . - u DKrAaTCBKS SteameT Oeo. W. Cheek, F.ir-'s Point " ' ' City of Tn'ro, Vicksburg. . " - City of Chester, St. Louis. BOATS III PORT. Fort Gibson. A. J. White, Phil An. Oil City, T. U. Allen. BOATS LKAVIKO TO-DAT. Rt. Loa's Belle St. Lo:...........S p.m. Arkansas rivcrcoit u tbene ....ft p. m nanuleon.. A. J. Bh'r ....Ji p.m. Are Or'ans Jso. Kyle op.m. II STIOaOLOOlC AL BECOBD. SrSIAL SlSTlCS U. S. AKT, I Memphis, July 14, 6.43 a.m. J Barometer Change since last report............... ni 0 nermometar Change in last 24 hoars r i t.v Relative humidity...........-....... Direction of wind V eloeitr of wind (miles aer hour).... B.YV 1 r re. .a re of wind (ibs. per square foot)., orce of wind (Beaufort scale). .... o.ne Light Amount of cloud Rain fall in last 24 hoars (inches). btate of weather- Clrn'g Bin a, Bosiaaaa, msciiXAXiocg. The decline in the river eontinnea bnt slowly at this port. At Cairo it Is sta tionary, and at St, Louis it continues to decline. The Ohio is falling at Evans ville, bnt is stationary at Louisville and Cincinnati, with a three foot rise at the latter point. The upper Mississippi is extremely low, and as yet o rise is re ported in the Illinois or Missouri from the recent rains. ' White river has risen six inchea at Jacksonport, and the Ar kansas has swollen twenty-two inches, and was rising slowly yesterday. The weather is clear and oppressively warm. Business at the landing is exceedingly light. Passengers for Helena, Friar a Point and Napole an should bear in mind the fact that the new aad elegant U. S. mU steamer A. J. White will leave at five o'clock for the points named. Captain Geo. Malone welcome his friends to the hurricane roof, while Barney Barinds does the honors of the office. The Bismarck left St. Louis last night for New Orleans and will probably pas down to-morrow evening. 5.6(3 "' Ml 1!S M . ' "- . 3tl A;heuvy; rain ell af St. Louis yester day. . The steamers Emma Floyd and Dwight Newcomb are stack hard aground at French Island, In the Ohio." . The light-draught steamer Fort Gib son, Captain Cooper, is now at the land-, ing receiving, and. will get away at five o'clock this evening for Pine ll'luff,,. Lit tle 'Rock 'and all way landings on the Arkansas. '- She- carries j'he U. S. mail, and makes quick time. ,t '. The Thos. H.' Allen get away to morrow evening for all points on White VV..; ,' , :i By announcement elsewhere it will 1 seen that the favorite Vicksburg nnd Louis packet Belle St." Louis: will leave the wharfbrras at five p.m; to day Cairo and St. Louis. Fler splendid ac commodations and obliging and atten tive ollicers makes her (he de?irab!o boat to. travel upon.' ami it is seldom rh goes light. Capt; Wm. Blnke is in com mand, and Messrs.- Grissom and BltiKe, jr., clerks."-" -- - - - By a tele grarrtj ,tq iCapt.t.Uit lcf Light burne, agent, we lc:,rn that the City ol Quiney will pass up to-morrow tvl 8 p.m. for Cairo and St. Louis. The elf,jant steamer John Kyle, Capt. Kenniston in command, will be down 1c- da, to leave at (J p.m.' for Vickalnig, Natchez and New Orleans. The Kyle has superior passenger accommodations, snd is A No, 1 In evpy respect. Slnte rooms can be obtiinc 1 on application In Capt. Lightburne, agent. The. Thos. II. Allen iame in tins morning from White river with a good trip.' ' " '." "(, "',' CapHin Pirnes, of Galveston, Texas, his purchased the wreck of the Lroni das.for $2CC3. ' He intends having the Leonidas wrecked, nnd build from Iter machinery a side-wheel boat of the fol lowing dimensions: 160 feet long, 'Si feet beam, and C feet hold. She is for the Galveston and Houston trade. 1 F.-om the Wheeling Intelligencer of Monday last we learn that the steamers Science and New State collided FiiJay night about twelve o'clock, at Paden's landing, near 8nrdis, Qhkt Tho Sci ence was going down the river, and wm rounding to land at the point men tionr d, when the New St ito struck her on the starboard side, opposite the foot, of the stiiiway lending 'to' Iho cabin, crushing., in 'he fcliut oak plonk of the guards and breaking the heavy timbers of th hall juHi above the water's edge. Both , steamers, wore pretty, well fill d with passengers, nnd the scene on hoard, as may be imagined, was ten 'fie for a few minutes. The coolness of the offi cers ,of both boats was. equal ti the emergency, and thus prevented a recur rence of tho horrors so frequcnt'y at tending such accidents.. No ';ves were lost, nor was there much damage done to freight. " ','';'; The excavation of the le.okpit of tho Misriseippi and Meif-can Gulf .Canal i'l finiihed, and the coffer '" d.ms so fnr completed that the work of pumping will be; completed esrly next week. The pit is' 250 foet long, 111 feet wide on the sui face, and 20 feet deep, con -lining about fif.y thousand culiio yrrds of water. . Vessels drawing j seven feet, of water pre now plying rnlurly in the canal, the bar in th Lnke Borcne end having been opened to the depth ot ten feet. The different boat ,clnbs of the city are out on the liver almost every even ing. "' It is 'sr:d That a'match is in pn gress, and that a lively race w " be i'ie result, i , -, , , . i , , , Capt. Wr-c'ham is building for Capt. J. J. Sylvester a deck Hirhter for 'he use of ho Arkansas and V,i;to liver packet company, to be kept below; it is V.'O by 20 foot beam..0'. Luttii lit) ublican, VMh. 8TEAMB0ATS. . .1 Far Cairo and St. I.oiiIh. Htuiphit and St. Loi" V. 8. iMnil Line Fur Owjoia, Madi d, HIc KB)ni, Belmont mid Cairo: connecting at rlcl-tout with tlm Iron Mouniiin railroad, at 0s :ro ith the i '.uuh Central railroad, aad boats up the Ohlu. BF.LLEST.LOL1S, . Blnke, master WILL LEAVE TII'S DAY, , --. . 14th inst.,atp.bi. Freight LfJe-i1? received at St. Louis wbarl'boot. sKrfbncaiSi W. K. llil,L. Acnt. FLtM. CALV'biiT Hup't. Tickets for all point, via Memnhis nnd M. Louis iVets. Mortii. Ka.t and .vest, auolv to Uenenil Rc'iro.id and .Meant boat oHire.i. XOM II. 1HIMM. cor.Court snd M:Hns(H. Far Now Orlraaa. The commodious passenger itoamer LH Jno. Kyle, Kenn'Mon ms't.r I Urow o ..clerk. Will leave Tills DAY 14th inst., at 6 p.m. it. W. LlUHlDHKNtS. Agent. si Front ytreot. Far V bite Ktver. , The fine, swilt passenger steamer THOS. H. ALLEN. W. J. Asliford, master IIHIS NEW AND ELEGANT , ff-y. . . passengor packet will leaveas Lei7 rt? above on hATtRDAY, July 15th, at 6 p.m. ' ror Ireigtil or passage apply on board or to W. II. r . KKNMCDAV. Agent. 116-118 rlo. 12 STujison sireeT. Far Arkaatss River. U. S. M. Line For all points on the Arkansas FORT OIBSON...... .. Cooper, ma-lcr THIS NEW AND ELKUANT , ff-v , steamer wil" leave FK1DAY. L!iU-l' 14th, inst., at 5 p.m. i or treight or r passage apply on hoa W. I. PATTKSON. A street. Merchant 1 1y on hoard or to rent. No. 12 Madlsoa nsornnce Coui,ny s liuilding. 114 II, , rr 'alre asj It. Lenin. The fine passenger steamer Judd Waal, eaptr'e Walter Dill, clerk. Will leave SATURDAY. July II, at Sp.m st. W. LmuiBi nxr.. Agent. I17-US ZM front street. For Arkansas River XemphU and ArkaBsaa Kirer racket to. THIS NEW AND ELFflANT IIOATS OF this line leave Memphis for all poiuts oa Arkansas river on Mondsv and Fridays at 6 p.m. W. . PAI 1 t-ON, Agents, 87t r,o. Li Madison street. rrlar'a Falait aad Beada. legalar Memphis and Friar's Point United Mate Mail faciei. M. R. CHEEK.. CapUin, Leaves Memphis everr Tuesdav. Tborsdr and (Saturday, at 5 o'clock .m. For Iren U t or passage apply on board.. Il-lil esaplile. Helena. Friar' I'olat Aapalwaei assd Way ajaadlagre. J. WHITB Cart. Ueo. Malna 1X7ILL DFPART A8 ABVK II a g,slJAVS and FRI DAYS, al by.sa. For fr.irhl or 1 paMsag apply on b'terd nr t. 1JO-TJ bl. w. Liitha, sustain st.