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"GOING FOirTUEiT"
Evr.tl'd' In.vlnc; ition Bean
ECOf.CiVliCAL SHOES!
OLD LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE BY
THOS. B. COFFEY & CO.,
330 Jluln Street, corner of Union.
THE OLD gHTAM.ISHKD SHOE STORt.
FIUCES 9IAKKEU DOWN!
COKTLBTR AND GKKERAI, ASSORTMBST.
BEST BARGAINS IN THE CITY.
llet qimlity of Newark and rh.Udel.ih...
band-icwed Work.
SMe Ayronts for the Clinmplon Shoe.
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THOS. K. COFFEY & CO.y83GSaUSt
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Kll4nc, 70 Union streets fllce,
'w.n mtrr-ft. lilt
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OtTLIHT AM AI'IMMT, ,-
REMOVED FROM a.ia MAIN PTRBET
to UHA Seoul... street. Dr. Norria ii
the moot tucccMful ifye and Ear Doctor
in the booth, Guarantee a, oure in every
ram
JWANTEO.
WANTED-A GOOD WHITE COOK,
washer and ironor. Apply to
t7-6i J. M. FR'-VINE, 12 Madlionat.
WAN 1ED-AT TIIK COMMERCIAL Ho
tel, one chambermaid and on pantry
girl. H-t)7
WANTED-A DWELLING HOUSE CON
tuining four or five rooms, in a good lo
cality. Inquire of D. C. McDOUUAL CO.,
6V70 334 Second street.
WANTED AT THE RALEIGH WOOLKN
factory, at Raleigh, Toon., one 'in
ner and three weaver.
65-70 - W. if. LANE.
GREKN PASTURE BARLEY AND RYB
fields now ready for fall and winter grai
lnr at Mn. Kedford'i patitura farm. Leave
orderi with Uraokett k C14. &r
WANTED. hKCOND-HAND FURNI
nlturo, feathers and houeehould goodf
of till kiuda baught at 282 fiocond street,
lot 11. T. PINNOTT.
"V. A. WHI'ATf.KT, BrnM Area,
Bethel Hloh,ltiroSo.a. Koo1tv
nip. a-eotet. f
lrovln A- Amnnftt, Ken I Fiitnt
AtfnH, No. 14 MHiliHftn Mrt, In
alio NerclmntH'Intfarauce UnllillnK.
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TXR RENT-A NICE NEW STORE, SIXTY
I toet deep, futiiited on 1'opiar street, nt,.
Mninnftnr Overton Hotel, jfiMit moderate.
Apply to 1. A. ftclfon x to,, it m&uiaun it.
fl6-71
FOR RENT A LARGE STORE, INDER
the Greenlaw Opera House, recently va-
ratt-d by tne ooutbern ICx-preM (Join n any
Aiily to W MKSSICK.
rit No. 16 Mad moo tUreet.
TXQR RENT-TWO RESIDENCES, Not. 236
I anu C8 vvashinKtoo atreet six rooms in
each. , ysitj ' . 11. DOW.
GROCERIES.
30O bblftXiiU-nll Klndri.
- 10 uki f'lirrtiiitM
100 boxn!iirraiilM mice.
50 bokH lrunM.
500 lMXeU IClltHlUH. ' '
50 IialfbhUfiokleH.
aoo lneH NmokiMl llerrluff,
IOOO klU m acker!.
200 half bbl Mackerel.
IOO boxcM Jtreaklant lta-ou,
OLIVER, FIXKIE & CO.
HATS.
D05'T BUY YOUU
NEW STYLE HATS
UNTIL YOU HAVE
Examined the Stock and Prices of
WJIEATOX & CO.,
The Hmttera. 979 Iffnln trttt, Siffn
of tb Tlffrr. Uf
INSURANCE
YOR RENT-TWO LARGE AND ELK.
r frmt hnlf-hnftment otlices in the now
1.. .n,);..- p in. Tu..nn,. n
No, 41 Mudion streut, pontainina; a liro-pntof
vnuitanu all itie modern ronvenionoei. Also
n tii cos una ikepinK-rooini. Apply tn the
PUntorfi' lneurancu Company, No. 41 Aladi
fon Ptreet. tilt
fOR RENT A NEAT COTTAGE WITH
five rooms and all neceFsary out-housett
in good repair. Good orchard. In the m-
Uiiriisol tUeoily. b. li. wisitiUKH,
fii-87 lOFront street.
EK)R RENT CHOICE FRONT ROOMS FOR
X tainilles, with board, at w Madison street.
49-t
WOR SALE-A FINE HOUSE, BUGGY
r and harness. Inquire of Enoch Taylor,
No. 4 Madison stroet, 64 1
IOR 6ALE-A RIX-HORSH PORTABLE
ensine and boiler: (n runnin order.
Oco large toj-ce and lift pump, capable of
pumping one Hundred thousand $ alloni per
day.
Several hundred feet of wrout-ht-lron water
pipe of various sixes. Call at water-works,
foot of Madidun street .
fill H . PUFFIN k BHO,
FOR SALE-TWO-STORY FRAME RRST
dence on Hernando street, near Linden.
On line of street carp. Special induoemeDia,
57-74 W. A WIIEATLKY.2SH Mainst.
T?OR SLF-TO A STEADY AND COMPE
tent pr.irtifal printer, I will sell one-half
ot J.HK AunrsTA iSiM.RTiw, published at Au
g ft. Arknna. It is tba Democratic ortran
of Woodrufl' and Jackson counties; its rirra
lation rapidly inrreasitut, and its advertising;
patron ape from Momphis. Louisville and tit.
Louis three time greter than that ot any
other paper in Arkansas. For terms, etc.,
apply to me. at Aufruma, or to M. It. Treie
vant. No. 7 Madison street, Memnhip.
49-74 J. T. TRKZEVANT.
FOR KALE FORREST HILL ON THE
Memphis and Charleston railroad, seven
teen milffrom Memphis, suitable for an ed
ucational Vatitute or private residence. The
place contain two and a half acres in garden,
highly cultivated; six acros in fine timber;
six acres nf lawn and shade trees; and the
rest in Iruit trees of the best variety. The
Inndis rich and the products remunerative.
The college building is eighty by forty feet,
and has twelve rooms; the cottage has three
rooms and a kitchen, etc. Rest of well and
cistern water) location high and heiltby ;
neighborhood one of the best in Shelby county.
Address Overton, Ledger office, or see pro
prietor 00 tb promises. 4t
FOM HALE OH L.EAHE.
FOR SALE OR LEA8B-4SO ACRES OF
land will be sold on accommodating terms
or leased to a responsible man for the term of
five years. 'Ihere are three frame nouses and
four cabins on the premises; about tbree hun
dred acres nndor cultivntion, the balance in
timber. It may be divided to advantage.
Two good wells nf water; al.o a good cistern,
large barn well filled with fodder, and a good
look of oorn. Locaied on the Mississippi and
Tennessee railroad, two miles south of Horn
Lake Depot, DeSoto county, Mississippi. The
road runs through a portion of the tract,
where a nae station is established, whteh ren
ders it a sreat convenience to the neighbor
hood. The stock, cons sting of horses, hogs,
poultry of all kinds, and all neceisary farm
ing utensils, etc-, etc., will be disposed of on
terms to suit. For particulars apply to W,
Erar heart, on the premises, or of Joseph
Alden, No. 8 Mulberry street, MempbU.Tsnn.
2-t ,
jFOR EASE.
FOR liEANE TO GARDEXEHfl!
About fire acres of fine garden land, with a
number of fine Peach Trees already bearing,
on Central avenue, on the Holly ford road,
even and a half miles from Court Square.
A Splendid location for a Ttg e table Garden
To a good, responsible gardener It will be
leaned at a very low prica. Apply to
ftnf AUK ( nH V, T Frnt street
LOST.
JOsT-THIS (FRIDAY) MOkNING, ON
J the street, a rll of money 115.5. The
finder will bt liberally rewarded by leaving it
at iHt f.fls AT A
STRAYED.
OTRAYFD-ON THE NIGHT OF THElftrw
inst . one torrel mare, seven years old,
fill pen hands high, flax maee and tail, with
bald fare ; nlo one brown mare, sa e bight,
tire yearn old. with roan tail. A liberal re
ward will be pnid for thsir return to
t-KUGMAN A- H ALL'S b'lAHLK.
Aii.Tn No -inr( irft.
BOARDING.
'oaIrDKRSa' FKW PAY' BOARDERS
rs-n be accommodated at No. W Madison
street: also an nnturnished room. ftt
i0A RUING BY Ml
J at HS In inn street.
RS. HUM a F. HTT.L,
rsOARDlNO-THR WBTTEMORK HOL'SR.
' mT, i :;: Alams treet. having lately
ndrrne thorough repairs and been newly
retnrnihedi it now prepared to accommodate
tmar-iers with haht. pleasant rooms, and witb
- god a UM the market aflord. Kmi
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CRMDCERlEa
NEW SELECT GOODS
ABIilVIXO DAILY.
A NICE LINE OF SCOTCH MARMALADE
1 Jelly and Jams; New Buckwheat flour
and Cranberries: lomato cntsuu snd Wor
cestershire sauce for shIb bv the mllon: pre
pared and cracked Wheat, Muoxone, Hominy
ana urust domestic ana imported uiecuits
and Crackers in grent variety ; S-0 cases canned
Fruits and Vegetables; Nuts, Raisins, Citron,
vurrants ana rigs; a una 01
FTNE TEAS,
from $1 to $1 V) per pound ; choice table but
ter, cheese, hums and flour constantly in
stock. Our friends and the public are cor-
aiauy inviiea to oaii.
I.TTLK A RHIFXDsl,
74f 2IRMii!n street, corner of Adnms.
CICARS
HAVANA CIGARS!
FROM IIII BUST
Havana. Iactories.
GEO. L. CRAYSER,
Hotel t'iirar Stand.
Overton
Bit
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Orrioi PimpLn's Iksuiiaxck Co..)
JiF.iipHia, Nov. 14, 1871.
The stockholders of this com-
PM17 who bare not already coin . lie J with
tb call for th. balance due on their itook
notea, made October 10th, am payable within
thirty dayf , are requeated to call at the office
of the company and icttle tlie balance due,
64-69 J. A. SIMMONS, Secretary.
PUBLIC LEDGER
Office: No. 13 Madison Street.
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
THE CITY.
MKMl'IIIHi
Batnrday Evrnlnir, ;Nov. 17, 1S71.
See fourth page for additional local,
Pittsburg and Cannel coal and go
coke. Brown & Jonea, o3Gc 1S2 Main
atrect, Bethel Block. . t
Grnnlns Oravel Hoorlna;. by Bar
(bolomew A Alln.4(t N. t'onrt. 101t
Baowsa & Bsowxi,31$ Second at. 42 1
Nlork 1 KIhk; ('.no. )iiern.
Come to the Kmporium. You can
at all times be satisfied. Daily auction
Bales at 10 o'clock. It. C. CaYcr,
7G S03 and 305 Second street.
Mnaonlc,
The Grand Lodge of Tennensee (Ma
sonic) adjourned at Nashville on
Wednesday last. Prior to adjournment
the following business was transacted
The following: erand oflicera were
eiectea :
James D. Richardson, Murfreosboro,
Senior Grand Warden; Charles M. Car
roll. Memphis. Junior Grand Warden:
John McClelland, Nashville, Grand
lreasurer; John rrizzel, Nashville,
Grand Secretary.
The Most Worshipful Grand Master
made the followine appointments: Right
Worshinful and Rev. J. F. B. Mays.
Jackson, Grand Chaplain; C L. Ander
son, Germantown, fcenior Grand Dea
con; II. L. C'larboruie, Nashville, Grand
Marshal; E. C. Jones, Philadelphia,
Grand Sword Bearer; Georne W. Jen
kins. Edzefield. Grand Steward: Morria
Jaretzky, Grand Pursuivant; George
Seiferle, Nashville, Grand Tyler.
1 he Grand Lodge then proceeded to
the installation ot the Grnnd ODicers:
Most norshipful John C. Brown, Grand
Master, presiding, and H. C. Bate act
ing as Master of Ceremonies.
The Grand Secretary announced the
appointment of George S. Blackie, M.U.,
as Assistant Grand Secretary.
Pt I tabors Coal. p
Best Pittsburg lump coal, one dollar
per barrel, delivered, weighed on city
scales. 0. Wuite,
TJ At Wolf river, in Navy Yard.
Hats repaired at 4 Main streeL 78
Fktsii Canadian oat-meal, new mess
mackerel eitra fine, crumbs of Cm
fort new, Atmorc's mince-meat. Mil
liard's finest prepared fumily chor olate,
new atrained and comb honey very
choice, at J. Devoto's, corner T),ird and
Adams streets. '
America Drive Wills at Browne
k Browne's, 315 Second strw.t. 109t
Horses and l&ules,
A fine lot just rectircJ by Thilman &
Gaiiman, 6.1 Union iV, which they offer
on thirty and sixty jays time.
Cbureb rvlra To-lforrow.
David Walk. Paator of the Lioden Street
Chrlitlan Church, will preach to-morrow at-
10:90 a.m. and 7:80 p.m. Subject at nitht:
Spiritual Damnation" reviewed.
First Coniregatiooal Church, Union street,
Between Third and D.Soto, gerviee at 11
a.m. and7 p.m. Rev. A. E. Baldwin, Putor.
Sabbath School at 8:30 a.m. Subject for
morning service I Charity.
Rev. J. H. Peeblegiootures on Spirituali.m
at the Greenlaw Opera House to-morrow
at 10:30 a.m. and at 7:H0 p.m. Seat. tree.
All are Invited to attend.
Preaohins at the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church on Court street to-morrow at 11 a.m.
and Ui p.m., by the pantor, Kev. L. C. Han
som. Rev. E. 0. McLean will preach In the Chel
sea Cumberland Presbyterian Church, eorner
Fourth and Looney streets, to-morrow even
ing at 7? o'clock.
Dr. Tichenor will preach In the First Bsp
tiit Church, Sunday morning, at 11 o'clock,
and at Ti o'clock at night. Sabbath school
at 9 a.m.
BREVITIES."
Grant's Thanksgiving day falls on
the 30th inst.
Mrs. Bowers in Lucretia Borgia and
Katharine and Petruchio at the Mem
phis Theater to-night.
. Joe Locke has all kinds of news goods,
magazines, pictorials and daily papers,
at 23G) Main street.
Gen. A. J. Vaughn, of Holly Springs,
is in the city, and is stopping at the Pea
body. Motions for new trials were argued
before Judge Flippin, of the Criminal
Court, to-day.
A Baltimore paper heads its report of
deaths and interments with the classical
phrase, " Palida Mors."
The- Recorder disposed of sixteen
case to-day. Nothing of interest ap
peared on the Court docket.
The following marriage license was
returned to the County Clerk during the
week: N.Buckley and Miss Willie J.
Redditt.
Rev. J. M. Peebles will lecture at the
Greenlaw Opera House to-morrow, on
the aubject of "Life in the Spirit
Spheres." 'i
The ca'ico dress ball of the United
Hebrew Belief Association comos off at
the Memphis Club Hall on next Thurs
day evening.
At the matinee at the theater to-day
Mrs. Rowers will play Mary Stuart.
Amy Hobsart will be presented next
Moadr.y evening.
Mr. W. G. Means was sworn in as an
attorney in the First Circuit Court to
day. Mr. G. F. F. Thompson was ad
mitted to practice law in the Criminal
Court.
' The Memphis Art Exposition, at 232
Mai n street, was visited by hundreds of
people to-day. The exhibition of oil
paintings and chrc mos is extensive and
varied.
The numbor of blind persons in the
United States and Territories is esti
mated in the cenavs tables at 20,320.
Tennessee is credited with Bill persons
who cannot see the rascalities continu
ally going on around them.
The annual ball of the Ezra Lodge
No. 39, A. J. 0. K. S. B., will be given
next Monday evening at the Mem
phis Cub Hall. This ball is given for
the joint benefit of the above Lodge and
the Cleveland Orphan Asylum.
Mrnsford, corner of Second and Mon
roe, receives daily New York, Chicago,
Cincinnati, Nashville, St. Louis and
Louisville papers, und all the popular
illustrated !4woekliei(, andthe leading
magazines.
The price of game at the game depots
to day is as follows: Venison, 20c per
pound;, prairie chicke.ns, Tic each;
quails, 25c each; squirt els, 25c each;
pigeons, 50c per dozen:' rabbits, 50c
each; lake fish, Kc per poi'nd; oysters,
75c to $1 per can. ,
Two young men engaged it a personal
difficulty on Jefferson street yesterday
afternoon. During the affair a pistol
was discharged accidentally the ball
passing through the leg of one of the
combatants. The cause of ul 1 this was
whisky; the result, regrets by all parties.
Emmons'Ji Son, the popular news
dealers at 10 Jefferson and 410 Main,
havo weekly illustrated pnpe rs, foreign
publications, monthly magazine, and
daily papers from New York, St. Louis,
Cincinnati, New Orleans, Nathville,
Chicago and other cities.
The convicts working on ti e Sefma
railroad give general satisfuctic n. They
are guarded by men sent do wn fro.n
Nashville. It is a kind of re tributive
justice to compel the white a ad colored
thieves to build up railror.ds in a coun
try wherein they formerly plundered.
Captain R. G. Lowe, one of the editors
of the Southwestern, published at
Shreveport, La., :s still in tho city in the
interests of the V.emphis and Shreve
port railroad. Captain Lowe is baring
printed in pamphlet form the proceed
ings of the late Shreveport railroad
convention. ,
The Memphis Theater was crowded to
excess by the elite of the city last night.
Hundreds of our fashionable young men
had to stand up and lean against the
walls, like summer plants. Flirting was
carried on through lorgnettes between
the beaux and belles who were separated
by a densely packed mass of humanity.
A large conconrse of people attended
the requiem high mass chanted at St.
Peter's Cliurch over the remains of Miss
C. Dougherty this forenoon. The im
posing ceremonies were conducted by
the Rev. Fathers O'Brien. Carv and
Burns. The remains of the deceased
will be sent to the family burial ground
in Canada for interment
The Slireveport rail.-oad project has
turned public attention to Texas. There
are about .V00.00O hfd of cattle in
J. exas, one-tourtn being beeves, one-
fourth cows, and the oth er half yearlings
and two-year olds. 75i ),000 calves are
raised and branded even year. All are
raised on the great Texr.s plains, which
cover an area of 152,000,000 aores.
The penitentiary at Naahvile ha been
leased for five years to Colonel R. F.
Looney, of this city, and Major Thomas
O Conner, of Knoxville. Tbe price paid
is a bonus of $.10,000 per annum, and
assume all the contracts entered into by
the Inspectors, and take off the hands of
the State not only the en jre institution,
but also the men and ma teriala of every
description.
St Joseph's Infirmary, presided over
by the Sisters of Charitj , haa ceased to
exist. Tbe institution aeed to be aelf
aopporting, and the Sist era preferred to
give it up rather than appeal to the pub
lic for aid. Thia is to be regretted, since
St. Joseph's Infirmary was the only place
where persons who have no homes in the
city could secure proper attentioo during
sickness.
A New York musical critic thus de
scribes Capoul, the tenor: " He is as
full of nervoua tremors and palpitations
as any hysterical woman. In the senti
mental music of Martha he yearned
over the orchestra and at the wiue with
such ineffable spoonery that no female
heart could withstand it Ha did not
seem to be singing the music so much as
embracing it and giving it little hot
shakes and woe-begone kisses."
It is reported on the streets that the
Democratic Executive Committee intend
meeting on Monday next for the purpose
of calling a regular Democratic Conven
tion to nominate candidates for office at
the next municipal election. The mass
meeting syndicates will have to stand
from under; the voters or workingmen
will support the regular Democratic
nominees.
William Johnson, a colored larcenist,
was found guilty in the Criminal Court
yesterday, and sentenced to one year's
imprisonment in the penitentiary. W il
liams managed to walk out of tbe court
room while the deputy sheriffs were en
gaged in looking after the other prison
ers. The crowd of negroes that infested
tho court-room made it so dark that
William easily escaped through the
thick atmosphere without detection.
The Memphis and Shreveport railroad
committee meets this afternoon at the
Chamber of Commerce to adopt a plan
to secuie such assistance from Shelby
county as will insure the completion of
the road. The following are the com
mittee: Samuel Tate, M. J. Wicks, A.
H. Douglass, T. H. Allen, J. T. Hillsman,
W. L. Duff, J. W. Dickinson, T. R. Dil
Inrd, John T. Stratton, Hon. Jacob
Thompson, W. R. Moore, J. F. Boyd, A.
Vaccaro, D. Pant, M. Magevney, R. A.
Pinson, P. C. Bethel, M. L. Meachani,
Newton Ford, William R. Hunt, William
Farrington.
Amusements
MempiIis Theater A larger number
of people never appeared at the 'theater
than did last evening on the occasion of
Mrs. Bower's benefit. Hundreds of peo
ple were turned away, it being impossi
ble to procure aeata or standing-room.
The attractive and sensational drama,
Lady Audlcy's Secret, was presented,
with Mrs. Bowers in the leading role.
To say that the audience was delighted
with her wonderful acting would but
faintly describe the pleasure received
by those fortunate enough to be preseut.
At the matinee to-day Mary Stuart will
be presented, and to-night Mrs. Bowers
will appear in the great play of Lucretia
Borgia. Katharine and Petruchio will
also be.presented this evening. On next
Monday evening the charming drama,
Amy Robsart, will be placed on the
boards.
Broom's. Manager Broom continues
to attract large audiences to hia Jeffer
son street Opera House every eveniug.
He has secured tbe services of a fine
ballet troupe and the Lawrence troupe,
who appear in the panorama of classic
groupings. The great French Can-Can
winds up the performance every night.
Oi.mrio Variitim. Crowds of peo
ple visit the old Washington street thea
ter every evening. Manager Lusk has a
fine, company of variety artists, com
posed of ballet dancers, operatic and
sensational vocalists and general spec
ialty performers. New attractions are
presented nightly, including the famous
Can-Can, which has been placed on the
boards with new scenery, etc.
Fires To-day.
Early this morning a fire broke out in
an old frame stable on Brinkley ave
nue, between the Raleigh road and tbe
Memphis and Louisville railroad, in
Chelsea. The building was owned by
Mr. Gear, and was totally destroyed.
The fire was the work of an incendiary.
Loss one hundred dollars; no insurance.
At ten o'clock to-day a frame barber
shop, on Charleston avenue, was de
stroyed by fire. The building was of
little value
All in search of nice game should
call on S. Clement, 72 Beal street. He
has just received a large lot of venison
and bear meat; also, a fine quantity of
ducks, partridges, pigeons, dressed tur
keys, celery and oysters.
Day Boarder.
Young men especially, will find it to
their advantage to try the Commercial
Hotel. Cheap rates, excellent fare, and
every accommodation is extended.
The latest and best thing out, the
"Dollar Reward Soap." Ask your grocer
for it.
,t:iaa laiaraacs Company.
From the "Hartford Daily Courant." Nov. 10.
1S71.)
A special meeting ef the stockholders
of the .Etna Fire Insurance Company
was held on Thursday forenoon, and it
was aereed to reduce the cnpital stock
,'rom $3,000,0000, to $1,50(1.000. This
action was verified by the directors, and
official notice given at the office of the
Secretary ol btate, Irom wnicn a cerun
cste was issued accordingly. The stock
holders then voted to increase the capi
tal a miliion and a half, bringing it up
to the chartered amount and tha direct
ors will bold a meeting to arrange the
payment of the new slock, several plans
being proposed. This action places the
oompany in possession of an ample re
insurance fuud, and it will be able to
meet all the requirements as to " condi
tion" which the legislation of any State
requires. The premium receipts since
the lire have been and are enormous;
over $700,000 having been taken by
agents during twenty days in October.
From the " Local Money Article" of same
date.
" The feature of the local market is
dullness. Prices are well sustained in
the absence of forced sales. It is quite
evident those persons are to be disap
pointed who expected to buy our best
focal atucka on their own terms, because
of the extensive forced sales that wre
to he made, .tltna and Phirnix Fire
hava both been in demand, at prices
made lat week, but no stock has come
on the market this week. The immrdi
air future of the awry value of .Etna
will of course be governed largely by the
amount of the new shatM put on the
market- At the annual meavng of the
tn-W.v (Thuradav). the
etockholders unauinovtlf voted to re
duce the old cap.tal from three snulion
Hnllara to one million and a half dollars,
and as unanimously voted to put thfir
ha ads in their pocket and pay in a mil
lion and a half fresh money, aa l thus
rMto.-e ths cap:tal to the old mark of
Ihrtt m'!!icm. and thus continue to hold
tbe .Etna in the very front rank of in
surance eom;anes of tha land.'' M
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Tbe best coal cooking stovo in the
world is the fumous Monitor, sold by the
well-known "firm, H. W,ter & Co., Noa.
13 and 15 Monroa atreet. Every house
keeper should hare a Monitor stove.
The public is invited to call and exam
ine these celebrated stores, which have
been pronounced by competent judges
in every State in the Union to be supe
rior to all others in use.
A large lot of superior Knoxville coal
has just been received at the Memphis
and Charleston depot. Orders can he
left at 278 Main street
All kinds of roofs made or repaired
by E. C. Jones, 117 Poplar street 78
Tivxik C. Ci.irLis is running for Con
gress, but all good house-keepers will
vote for Morgan's Sapolio. It cleans
paint, windows, knives, china, and pol
ishes all kitchen utensils. Give it one
trial.
For fine imported cigars go to S. Kauf
man & Bro.'s, 45 snd 47 Jefferson street.
Office of Erie Traamfer Company.
Mr. C. II. Haight ia thia day appointed
Agent of this Company at Memphis.
T. A. Lewis, Supt.
November 12, 1X71. Wit
Go to Brackett & Co.'s, 321 Second
street, for young Kentucky mules. 30-1
Gentine Victoria cigars at S. Kauf
man & Bro.'s, 45 And 47 Jefferson street.
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FINANCIAL AND C01VLMERCIAL.
PrsLio LsDflie Omci.
Usvrsis. Tsi.. November IS, 1S71. i
Money.
The usual routine of business is about
all that can lie reported as transpiring
at the banks to-day. There is a fair
number of depositors, and tbe balance
sheets thus early in the month would
show a favorable balance for a majority
of our merchanta. There is but a small
demand for money, and rates remain as
usual.
Cotton bills are coming in more freely.
Rates are steady at J to Jc discount buy
ing and par selling. New Orleans bills
aro bought at 3 to Jo discount for large
and small amounts. '
Gold is bought at 110 to 110,. The
New York rate is 111.
Local securities are without change.
The only transaction worthy of note was
$11,500 Arkansas levee bonds yesterday
at 2(ic. City bonds, currency issue, 55
to fiGc buying and selling; gold issue,
62 to 63c, ex-coupon. City scrip K to
80c buying and 82c selling.
Kiw tubs Mosrr sum,
Maw You, November 18, 10:25 a.m. Gov
ernment, are active and steady. Sterling ex
change Is steady at V. Hold is loaning 6at.
Oold lllS-a)s new lStio.Jl
Bonds of 1881 1171 17 US,
&-2US oflsi..lll ' 1M ..1H;4
14 lUfjilO-tfl bonds 1W
1M6 llli P.cifle 6s 113'-.
Tenn. bonds old iTenn. bonds new
bales.....-.-. 1 Sale...
Cotton.
Sales yesterdny were nearly 4000
bales up to the hour (hat our reporter
left the market. To-day 1590 bales had
been disposed of, showing a good de
mand and a disposition on the part of
buyers to go a little higher in prices and
not hold over, as is usually the case on
Saturdays. It is surmised, too, that the
activity that has characterized our mar
ket during the week is due in part to the
movement on the part of some of the
Eastern spinners to purchase their next
summer's stock earlier this season and
not postpone it as heretofore until
spring, and pay from two to four cents
per pound higher and then select from
a poor stock. Whether this be true or
not we are unable to say, but would
deem it a wise move for the spinner.
The fulling off in receipts, as shown by
our daily statement, causes some anxiety
among buyers, showing that the planters
this year are able to hold their cotton,
sending only such quantities to market
as will supply them witb provisions and
meet the payments on old accounts.
From this standpoint the outlook is
anything but discouraging, and at
the end of the season we expect to
see the planter in a better con
dition, financially, thau he has ex
perienced since the war. Included in
the sales to-day were all grades. The
demand, however, being chiefly for strict
good ordinary to strict middling; the in
side figure paid for the former was 17c
and purchased on Liverpool account,
aid lT(e for middling. We quote as
follows:
Ordinsry (?
Mood Ordinary....- .-.
Strict il.od Ordinary
Lew Middlinc
Strict Low Middling -
StrictMiil'llini.
Good Aliddliog
,J7
17.-
- W17
..18V.
- own
The New York and Liverpool tele
grams indicate a firm market without
change in prices.
The weekly statement of receipts, ex
ports, etc., at United States ports tele
graphed to-day, compared with the cor
responding week last year, is as follows:
Receipts for week, decrease, '22,500;
since September 1, decresse, 129,441;
exports for week, decrease, 30,024; since
September 1, 76,5!I5; stock, decrease,
40,223 bales.
A New York telegram gives the follow
ing comparative weekly statement:
Total weekly receipts from September
1, 710,154; same time last year, 5i)7,456.
The total experts from September 1,
1K7I, are 2i7,'jii3; same time last year,
358,150. The stork at all the United
States ports in 171 is 326,712; last year,
331,00; at intirior towns in 1871, 53,
57; last year, 61,244; at Liverpool in
171, 539,000: last year, 420,000. Ameri
can cotton atloat for Great Britain in
171, 94,009; last year, 100,000.
Our daily telegrams below give the
latest quotations from other markets.
OOTTOS STlTSaSlTT.
CsiMBia or CoaasaGa, t
MsMraia. Novembar IS. I
Stock oa hand Sept 1. 1871 1.176
for November, 18 3.15c ; December, I80-IC0;
January, 189-ltio; February, 18 ll-16c: March,
lU!4c.
12 :15 p.m. Cotton is quiet. Spot tale., 1200
bale. 1 futures, 7300 bales. Sales fur Decem
ber, 18ot February, WU March, l'.'o; April,
llot May, Inordinary...-
- 1
Uood 'Jr.liiiary....-,. .... i
, 1
LowMnHllng.-.....
Middling
UoodMidlllng.......
tun
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aij
wsrsi.r STrsKT. '
Receipt, for the week up to this timeM
Receipt, at thK port since Kept. 1
Kxpcirt. from ting port rince Sept. 1...
Stock on hand at this port
Receipt, nt all port, since September 1..
Kiport. from all port, for the week.
Receipts at all ports for the week
Export, to all p-rtssince September L.
t lock on hand atallU. S. puru
KxporU from New York to Liverpool
Kxports from tbe U. S. to Liverpool
Lxport. to all port, on Continent
1I.41-1
l!i,U7H
ll.68
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61 .Ml
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15.104
U.7'4
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& Vrleana Cotton Market.
Nrw Oai.EANH, November 18. 11 :30a.m. Coif
ton is strong. Middling, Wic. Sales, 1W
bales. Sight exchange, Yt to Kc discount.
Sterling exchange, ll!i to W.
Liverpool Col ton Market.
Livsrtool. November 18. 11 a.m. Cottoaav
steady. Uplands. 9Hd; Orleans. W16d.
Trade.
nongnhela has fallen one inch per hour
with eight feat seven inches water in
the channel. At Greenboro this morn
ing the river is six feet six inches and
rising slowly. At Oil City thoro is five
feet and fulling. The folltiwiDg are ad
ditional shipments of coal: For Cin
cinnatiLittle Gianl, 85,000 bushels;
Leopard, 100,000; V. T. Wilson, 100,000;
John Penny, 100,000 bushels. For Lou
isville J. A. lilackmore, Pauthor, Tom
Keese, Sam Roberts, George Roberta,
General Lnrinier, Jacob Painter, J-Atnes
Gilmore, Wild Cat, Veteran No. 2, Ella,
Sam Parker, Frod Wil.on No. 2, Mary
Ann Hawks, Hyena, Lako Erie No. 3,
J. 8. Mercer, Brilliant and Coal Hill,
with 1,805,000 bushels. Tliei-e will lie
other departures to-morrow. The iron
tug, N. A. Jones, belonging to .Srown li
Jones, of Memphis, was lauuuh.ul this
morning. The shipments of coal on
present water will reach six and av half
million bushel.
Caiko, November 17. The weather is
clear. Mercury 52. Port List: !;
parted Mohawk, for New Orleans, li
p m.; Julia, for St. Louis, 0 p.m.; llec,
for St. Loiii, 0pm.; Burfcsville, for Ev
ansville, 7 p in. River stationary.
Yii'ksbi'Kii, November 17. Up Lucy
Bertram. 5 n m. Down R, K. Lee, 1
cargoes of produce are expected ! P J-i ;e Silver, 1 p m. Kiwr rising.
hourly, and will in all probability reduce j t-)olwy 'with' ,our ind a hnlf kt. 0f
the price of grain and feed and veget- j water. A slight rise is close af. hand,
ables, but to what extent cannot; be i The Ohio rose one foot ot Galipolis.
I Imre has
in tue last
safely predicted. The stock of grain is
not large and the steamer from the Ohio
river mny not do more than to supply
the demand, while the stock of veget
ables is light, and were it not that con
signments will be drawn against neces
sitating their being placed upon the
market, the prices of such articles ax
potatoes, butter, epg.- Ho , would un
doubtedly advance. 'Micro are few
changes to note to-day.
, Mc?s pork is in light supply, with
a moderate demand at $14 50 to 15.
Bacon clenr sides are held :it Si to
8c, clear ri'u ( to t-Jc, shoulders 7;c.
Lard, 10 to 10 j for tierce and 11 J 10 11 Jo
for keg. Breakfast Dacon apd hums are
quiet and a shade easier: the former is
quoted at 10 to 11c, and new sugar
cured hams are sold at 15 to 15jc nn
canvaeed and for faucy canva.ed 10c is
the price. Buik sides, old, are T,c: new.,
8 to 8c. Corn meal is quiet at $3 15 to
3 20. Corn is held at tlOu. Hay is $24
to $30. Bran is quiet at $25 50 to $26.
Apples, $2 to $1, with choice fancy held
at 4 50. Onions are quiet at $2 90 to X.
Butter is in fuir supply at 24 to 2Cc for
common to fuir table aud 28c for extra
choice. Beans are quiet at $3 to 3 25.
Eggs are steady at 37 4c, with a light sup
ply. Cabbage firm at $7 to $8. Dried
apples.") to 61c and quiet. Dried peaches
6 to 7c, with a good supply. Cranberries
are easier at $12 to 13 per barrel. Kraut
is quiet at $9 00 to 10 00. Choice
flour is firm but quiet. Sugar ia
quiet, but prices are not lower.
Coffee ia quiet at the decline no
ticed. Poultry is in fair supply at $1
for ducks, $S for geese, ?I2 to 17 for
turkeys, and $2 50 to 4 00 fur chickens.
Onions are dull, at $2 50. Potatoes
are quiet but a shade firmer at
$2 85 to 3 00. Nails are firm at
$4 75
sales
to 2 pound flax and hemp. Cheese
is easier at 15c for factory. Whisky is
unchanged. Lemons are $3 to $10 per
box. Oranges in fair supply at $8 to
$10 per barrel.
St. Eons, November 17,
been a rise in the river
twentv-fonr hours of three-quarters of au
inch. Arrived Colorado, from Yieks
burg; Florence, from below; Andy John
son, from New Orleans. Departed City
of Chester, for Memphis, 4 pm. Boats
leaving to-morrow Adam Jacobs, for
Grand Tower; Colorado, for Vicksbttrg;
Mary, Ali.ie and barges, for New Or
leans; Colu mbia, for Little Rock; Lady
Lee, for I!ei I l iver.
New Oki.kans, November 17. Ar
rived Kate;, from the bends; P. W.
Strader, from St. Louis; Shannon, from
Evansville; Ouachita and Belle of Vicks
burg, from Red river; and the lower
coast packets. Departed Katie, for
the bends: P. IV. Strader and City of
Quincy, fc- St Louis; and the lower
coast paeknta. Weather cleur. River
fourteen feet beloa' high-water mark of
1862.
The Mury Boyd goes' out on Monday
for the Arkansas.
A new coal tug, for Bro vn and Jones,
of this city, was launched ,t Pittsburg
yesterday. See our special tleffam for
particulars. '
Charlie Smithers, clerk of tl." R. P.
Walt, has at the hall of the ChaLiber of
Commerce a curiosity in the w.t of
manifests.
The Cheek brought in this morn ing
126 bales of cotton and 461 sacks of
seed. The R. P. Walt from White
river, came in with 717 bales of cottoji
and a fair passenger list. The James
Howard is loading 3100 sacks of oil
coke for New Orleans. The Kmilie La
Barge came in from Vicksburg with 32
bales of cotton and 155 sacks of seed.
Our Pittsburg dispatch gives the ad
ditional list of coal tows which left there
on the present rise.
Sixty steamers, with six million five
hundred thousand bushels of coal, left
Pittsburg on the present rise. The way
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8.329
8S.618 91,947
Stock ea hand.... ,
IaroirsM. and C. R. R...
M. and T. R. K
M. and 0. R. R.
M.aedL. E. R
Hleam.re.
n agoa.
the boats got crews and got their tows
rates. Bagging is easier, with ! lufetn" to nave been in some-
200 pieces at 161 to 162c for 2 "urrJ-
ine L,ouisvine, tne nig sternwneeier,
passed down after dr.rk last night. She
added nothing, however, but a few hun
dred boxes of coal.
Captain Jack Chambers, one of the
From store on orders prices are as follows: I oldest clerks on tbe Arkansas river, and
Bu.ivo Sntrrs 2 and i'i lb. batting, at in i more recently the conductor of the very
quality, ltrl,(t7!t-o. Iron tiei, as iu pattern, i , . . . . , .
to5. Baling twine, 1 to 17o. Second- ""le "er oluran of The Pa;ier (re-
'i!aM at lburg), is in the
rib. s'ct shoulders, 801 suirar-oured hams. ! city spending a few days among his
VSl'j ' jc, as to Drattd ; nreafctast bacon, tv c ,
fo, plain aid canvased. mnT friends.
The Glasgow got 900 bales of cotton
last night for above
The elegant packet George W. Cheek
leaves to-day at five p.m. foe Friar's
Point and all the coast landings. Cap
tain Mark Cheek is her popular com
mander. The fine steamer R. P. Walt, Captain
William Ashford, leaves tcedt y at five
p.m. for White river. Mr. E. W. Out
law is her secretary.
The fine steamer Grand. Tower, Cap
tain Lennox, leaves to-d:,y at five p.m.
for Cairo and St. Louis md all tho up
per landings.
Rates on oil cake .o New OrWns is
said to be five dollars per long ton.
Six hundred bales, of cotton awaits the
Lucy Bertram.
The Dardanelle went out lai.t night
with a good trip.
There are quite a number of boats due
from above and below; but as their
agents are not enterprising enough to
let the public know whathontx they are,
or where they are destinec', we will for
once omit our usual custom of noticing
those due, and refer our readers to our
special telegrams for the information.
The St Louis De-.nocrat of Thursday
contains the following account of a col
lision between the Great Republic and
W. J. Lewis, wb ,eh was unavoidably
crowded out of ou jesterd ly's issue:
The ateairipr W. .1. Lewis left her land
ing and eUrteil down the river about
half-past five o'clock last evening, with,
a heavy load ot ireiglit and a large num
ber of deck p-.ssen-rs on board. When
opposite the Coo' ot Anna street she met
the Great Republic, which was coming
up the channel in tow of n smaller boat.
Through su'.nc, misunderstanding of sig
nals, or the iu attention of the ollicers of
one of tho boats, they collided. The
bow of the Great Republic struck the
Lewis in front of the wheel, cutting into
her hull below the water line. Her offi
cers, finding that she was in danger of
sinking, stretched a tarpaulin over the
hole, temporarily stopping the leak. The
boat was then headed tor shore, and
landed at the foot of Annastieet As
tbe other boat kept on np the stream,
she was probably uninjured. Great ex
citement and alarm prevailed among
the passengers of the Lewis until they
were safely landed. Owing to the
prompt action of the officers in stretch
ing the tarpaulin, there did not enough
water enter the hold to duniBgo the
freight.
The Dean Line of steamers will, with-
lVllh1 jc, as to brand; breakfast bacon, llV
Bsah Quiet at 1 1 40'1 50 V H in store.
Buttrb (iood Western, 15'lHc: inferior,
dull and nominal: prime, iiOijEtc i-.strictly
ehoice, 28'u2e, and fenrce.
ClHHAGiL Steady at S7 038 00. 1
Candlkh Light weight star, 13 to 14c; full
weieht, 191c.
Chrksb Common, lldjUto; chedder firm at
16c.
Corns-Quiet at 2124c for Rio and 303
32c for Java.
Cottonsiro 19 00 at ton on levee.
Cobh M kal Quiet at $3 ftia't from store.
Corn Firm at 65 toU7c for shelled on orders;
ear. 5frttc.
Kooa Are scarce at SM.
Hav Steady attl 6191 IB per 100 en orders,
a. to quality.
Harur'ahr Axes, per dosen, 110 50 to 14 1
shovels, Ames', 114.10: spade., Ames', $1550;
rope, 19 to 21c; casting, 5o; plows, Avery,
each, $ I ; iron per ttt, 4l,t0 ; oast steel 20 to 26c ;
German. lr to 2oc; nails por keg. S4 ) to 4 60.
Fioi-r Firms super f Iiut8 24: X. ss 609
8 75: XX, I7 10M7 25,- XXX. 87 608 U);
choice family and fancy. 18 6u9 00.
Lard Jn kegs. ll'-vllV: tierces, 10'vf
lOc: eaddies. 12!sl& : pails. 12c.
LioroRS Rectified whisky per gallon. V to
95c; Bourbon and Rye, Si 25 to 4 5U Robert
son county. SI 25 to 2 2: American gin and
brandies. II luto2 50; Highwincs. U3tn94c:
claret wine per ease, S3 75 to 4 50; portend
sherry er gallon, 81 25 to 2 50: Home bitters
per dozen, 8i 50 to 7 50.
Moi.assks Louisiana, old, firm SftSA'ta In
barrels! syrups, 4.a75o: Louisiana, new, 70
to 75c.
NAll.s-Steady at U 75 rates.
Oats Quiet at54'fcVo from store.
Osionh Easy at $3 09 per barrel.
Piiwpkr Ride per keg. Sri: mioint. $4 50.
Pocltrv CHd chickens quiet at 84 (sK&t 50;
young. 82 V1 T. as to site, lleese, t)6 00.
Turkeys. 812 UA'18 U0. Deoks, 84 Ul.
Potators Are quiet, witb a Uir supply at
S3 15ia3 25 V barrel. Sweet potatoes, 12 25 per
barrel.
Pork Scarce at 115 00 per barrel for prime
mess.
Salt 2 2NS3 50 , bbl. t 11 75(32 CO tack.
Shot Per sack, 12 60 to 2 85
Soai. lierm.n mottl.d, 7oi common, So.
Sabdiurs Quarters per case, 127 to 828;
halves, 838.
STARru-Oulet at 5 to 5Vc per lb.
Scoar Louisiana, open kettle, 10 to llc:
yellow clarified. 12 to 12S: white elarilied.
choice, 13c; hard retined white, 13 to 14c.
RIVER INTELLISfLN'CTcT.
aaxivats.
Steamer Louisville, Cairo.
' " R. P. Walt, White river.
" G. W. Cheek, Friar's lsuint.
" James Howard, Cairo.
" Emilie La Barge, Viaksburg.
DEnaTURIS.
Steamer Glasgow", St. Louis.
Phil AMin. friar's Point.
'' A. .1. Vhi:t Napoleon.
" burdnui'Hi.', Arkansas river.
" I re :i k Firr"st, Osceola.
" Louisville, New Orleans.
BOATS IS PORT.
R P. Walt, G V. Cheek, James How
ard, Emilie La Bar
BOATS ADVERTISED TO LEAVE TO DAT.
St. Louis lirand Tower .5 p.m
White river..K. P. Walt-...--. 5 p.io
Friar s Point lieo. W. Cheek i p.m
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For Cairo anil Mt. a.onia.
Memphis and St. Louis Packet Company IT.
S. daily mail line for New Madrid. Belmont,
Cairo and St. Louis; connecting at Belmont
with the Iron Mountain railroad ; at Cairo
with the Illinois Central lailroad and boats
up the Ohio river, and at St. Louis with alt
railroads East and West.
(iKAXl) TOWER, : Lennox, master
WILL LEAVK AS ABOVE fr- .
T1U8 DAY, 18th instant, at L- '"
5 r-m. Freight received at fct. """"
Louis Wharfboat'
Y. E DILL. A rent,
FLEM CALVERT, (ap't.
for White River.
Memphis and White River Park. t Com-
S any For all points on White river 10
acksonport.
R. P. WALT Asblord, mast.r
WILL LEAVE THIS DAY, , ir-s.
Wth inst.. at 5 p.m. For LJhr'VTV
freight or passage apply on board MI -if 1
or to W. U. KKNNEDAY. Agent.
Offica on Company's Wbnrfhoat,
Foot of Court scieet.
For Arkansas River.
Memphis and Arkansat River Packet to.
U. 6. Mail Line For Pine Blufl, Little
Rock and intermediate points.
MARY BOYD...-. -....Ilainos, mattes
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ir-3. k
MONDAY, 20th instant, at I'U
8 p.m. For freight or passage Sft-jmrirjai
aniiiv An hoar, . or to
n . II. IV .1 1. 1 " , 1
A rent,
art ho.
:'oot ot Court street.
Office on Company s Whari ho.t
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MEMPHIS & WHITE MY Eli
V. H. HAIL I.IK K.
STEAMER LEGAL TENDER
John T. Waihiuqtox M niter.
Learei Meir.phi for Jacnuon- m fP4' v
pUlb fjvejlj 1 L Oi-'fii 1 .v f.uis
R. P.
WALT.
...Muter.
STEAMER
Wat. Ass roan-
Leaves Memphis for Jackson- - w
port every SATURDAY at 5 p.ui.,A. .-.XVI?
The boa tt of this line make close connictiom
at Detail's Blulf with the trains of the
. Heiupliie aid Little Rock R. R.
Goins up, leave Dtvall't Blnft on arrival of
train
MOS DAYS! Alt IS Til I MD A .
Coming down, connect with trains
WEDNESDAY AND SATt'BDAt H.
For freight or passage apply to
KLLlUXr m .MILLER. Agents,
rrumenaile St., tout of Jett.nion.
sot
OrW.il. KE.SEDAY. Atent.
Company's Vt bartuoat.
Foot of Court street.
The river is again on the ribe, and has I out doubt re-enter the Memphis and
goje up at least six inches since noon Cincinnati trade, within a feWdajs.
yesterday. This will Eive a depth of Thurs(i,j St. i, lUpublican con
tains the following:
seven ana a nan ieci irom lairo to
Helena, Island 2t and Reeves' being the
most troublesome places between the
two points. The Arkansas and White
rivers contiuue to fall. Our special
the latest information
Helena, Mariana and fet, Franne
Silver Farkrl,
The elegant passenger packet
ST. FRANCIS Bowman, master
WILL LEAVK MEMPHIS - w--)
Tanlye and lunr Jaili 1 "?Pe,
dsys at 5 o'clock p.m.
For freight or passage apply on board. 5St
MEMPHISMD ARKANSAS rTvEH
PACKET COMPANY.
ISITED STATES MAIL USE.
rilHE ELEUANT PASSENGER r.0ATS O
X this line leave Memt hi 1 'or ail point
Arkansas river
Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday
At 4i:t p.m.
For freight, passage, or other information,
apply to
W. ii. A&.1S tUA I . iST".
ttt
upany B nar;
Viwt of Curt sir.'!.
Total
girorrs V. and C. R. R..
M. and T. R. R
M. a.d O. R. R.
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' i from the Mississippi and
! above and below. Business
' -4, j weather is cool, with
7 , gnow.
i By Telegraph. )
Mrs. Jane O'Conner is in treat dis
tress about her son Michael O Conner,
aged twenty yeara, who left thia port
about aix weeks ago, on the steamer Co- I r kn . . TTfOunV - .
lumbia. a a watchman. Mrs. ( Conner I Xiiss!). W.UieSA.
I Friar's PainS ana Haada.
I Regular M.mphlt and Friar's Pia La:ied
a utiee saau 1 . .
; is in destitute circumstanoes, and her
U. K. C1IEKK.
its tributaries 1 ,on Michael was looked to-for a support. ! Leave. Memphis e.ry Tocdir. '
MS is fair. The She fears that it was he who was drowned "iif-i.''' "
indications of j oir th Cheek below Memphis last week. M,mfc,' ,,,. to.r .
Cipson.
Thcrr-l- r
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Pro at 31& Second street.
4.2T
Few Yarat Cattan Market.
STsw Yore. November is. IP a m. The mar
ket opens quiet ao.l arm. Sales yesterday,
11.703; receipts, W.JJ1; h.re. t?15.
Ordinary , , ,
Wood Ordinary- ,.
L'-w V i.i.."g 1.1, , , c.lH
tiiidiirr . el-Ji.
wood Middling. ., ., 41
10:45a. at. Cuttoa Ieaeietaadweak. bale.
! Any one possessed of information con
cerning Michael O Conner, would confer
a favor on a dittresaed family by sending
it to this office.
Arrived Evansville, Bowling Green;) We have hitherto omitted to acknow
Kuby, Roekport: Rose Hite. Louisville, pledge our indebtedness for courtesies ex
Departed Mary Ament, Rorkporx; Itick tended by Dr. Watterson, of the Courier
Johnson, Eastport; Evansville, Rowling Journal; Maynard, of the Ledger;
Green, Kose U:te, Louisville: rayette, i Khrxles and Iracie, of the Commercial,
613 j Evavsville, Xovember 17. Port list:
istalna ast ay L.actlats.
A.J. W HIT If Cap. Oee. !
ILL IiKPART AS AI!" K
DAYS, U f
SOAYS Mt I- i
P.. K .r frtvbt r "
j on b" T'i -
Henderson: all witb lair trips, nnsinesa
is improving. Weather ctr, with frost
and ice at daylight and pleasant at nooo.
River has riea two inches. Green river
is rising slowly.
I'lTTsscr.o, November 17. Tb.- Mo-' thera back in kind.
ANN OUNCE Mf I T.
" "Ver SI a.rfsnaer-
e are a ilhoriied l iss""1 Mr
n 1 a. e cia.4. - -
of Louisville, and the genial Robertson,
nf ths Times and Chronicle. Cinctanati. w, K.N li
Our Louitvilie olrmporaries will not be J a' ea"""
soon fwgoitea. and we shall not re.t , Va' r'.ea'.t.ie V r
easy until we get an opportunity to, pay j lh, .B.ua. Mhsiuii '"
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