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ATTENTION IS SPECIALLY INVITED' to our Urge, now stock of flfi :STERUK3 5IIVER, 371 f tlSW SILVER PLATED' WARE, . 1 ICE PITCHERS AND WATER SETS, U New Stock Fine Jewelry. Jn, fiTfrj,8tjle, FIuIhIi and Price, ""The BBsst assortment in the illy H 2711 null rw. ' PHYSICIAN. WA. KDMONDS. M. I).. HOMEOPA , thit. Residence, Peabody Hotel. Of fice. 174 Monroe ilwt. ' S-t WANTED. 'JI7ANTED-A GOOD TINSMITH ' AP- T ply at one at T. H. JUKES'. 27-29 No. 824 Second treat. 'A"VlT ANTED-ONE MAN AND WOMAN. V -at burnishers. Apply at 42 Monro at street, " ArANTKD-A WHITE GIRL TO NURSE : VV and do chamber work; mutt come well recommended. A (rood home and good pay. Apply at Poplar street toll-gate. ' 26-31 0. McOOMB. ."IITANTED EVERY LADY IN MEMPHIS , i V who rum a Sewing Machine, to know .that FKAZEK CO., 224 Main street, are i-selling the finest English Needles for all , machine lower than any other house In the South. .y . W ANTED-TOSELL rOURYOKBoXEN, one log wagon and one wood wag.n, with lug-chains complete for hauling saw lots. Applyto J. E. UOBhON A BKO.. 16-t No. 50 Main street. i ,1X?'ANTKU-TaE FUBLC TO KNOW '?W tbatC. A. Beehn, Job Printer, !SQ Main . street, lieihel Blook. near Court Kqunre, due I the cheapest and best printing m the nty, . .pefies competition. i:'J 'j i" f REEN PASTlirlK-BARLKY AND- KYK Vj field now ready for fall and winter grat lng at Mon. Kedford's pasturrf.farm. Loava orders with lintokett ", ' ; '' tWr ' XrANTKT). - bECOND-llAND FURNI V niture, feathers and househonld goods of all kinds bought at 22 Second trreet. 10t H.T. R1NNOTT. FOR RENT, j " W. A. WHF.ATI.ET, Beatnl Agent, Bethel Block, otttee No. S. Keeelverv aulpa accepted, t .': FOR RENT-PICNICS.-PARTIES WISH Ing to rent James' Park for picnio pur poses will apply at the Park or bv letter ad- aress io J. M. ANDERSON. 24-49 No. 379 Main street. tior RENT-A HOUSE ON KERR Ar.'H- nns formerly oooupied bytheunderslr ned. APPiJ ai jo rruut surwrv. , Ln-.rU . -4 . , 1 i ' J.' . U LOUIH HANAVER.' FOR RENT C0TTAGR OH FOUP. ROOMS ob Conrt street extended. Aprdy to -17-48 W. A. WUEATliEVBetF,el Block. F' OR RENT - A: TWO - STORY FRAME House, with basement. 137 "Dunlap street. Apply to MARX k BENSBOKFF, 39 Madi son street. St F)R RENT COTTAGE AT RIDGEWAY, Memuhia and Charleston Railroad. . , 4 B. MOSBY, m Front street. -: E denees, fir aore garden, offices and sleep aijirrooms. u WeA. W11EATLKY, l, 4-56 " , - - 2SI Main street.' r " Peterson's Coal Oflioe," No. 13 Madison '. street, one of the best locations in the eity. 'Applyto E. WHITMOKB - WOR BENT FRONT ROOM UP ST A HIS r in Ledger Building from March 1st. Ap ply inoounting-room 152t fTOR RENT AND FOR SALE SEVERAL 1 houses and lots. Applyto 1W W. F. HARDTN.'MTVT Second St. ill FOR SALE. TOR SALE A NO. 1 SECOND-HAND 'X' rackaway. Inciuire Ph. Maitrer's wagon shop, 207 Poplar street. 1S-29 ' B" lOE SALE-ONE PAIR OF -SPLENDID mules for wagon or dray, and license to run for aeveral months.- Apply at 29 Ileal street.. 21 I710R SALE- -A BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE raal.ience nnd seven acre o4 land, iitn- ated about one mile from tourt Siiuare, wilf' be sold on easy terms. Appiy at iio. or ddu street x; iLi'ij. T.T R SALK-00 EMPTY OYSTER CASES. 11 In good oruer, api tmlv to lrt-t , .V. I). la, 41 joflerson st. ?0R6ALK-iiUiis run i Jiuuutt r1"1 n..i w. Y. Black Snanith. Golden I nr. i III. IB. 1aiK ni in,u i , . Poland, Silver Polands. Ala, a tew pairs of tba Above fowls Apply to or address with atmmp, . . E I). DUNCAN, n 3.28 7 Vmicc .t.. Memphis. Tcnn. ' LOST. t.iot:a HRAS5 WATCH BETWEEN aflice. Five Jj Monroe street and the postoSioe dollars will be paid for its returu to 42 Mon roe street ' 'JH-'l TAKEN UP. TAKES UP ON 28th MARCH. A STRAY yearling alf Owner to identify property . pay ehargea to J. K . D0 Lh, - No. fi7 Winchester arennn. BOARDING. BOARDERS A FEW DAY BOARDERS can be aoooamodated at No. 99 Madison street. . t T30ARDING-0S AND AFTER TUB Iht It of J ' March the terms if the WIlllelMoret lloaxr fur regular boarders will be as fol lows: Single room. 17 per week; twooccu jiying same room, per week, each; board ' by the single week, t'. regular day board, V per week. These prices beiug as low aa can lie afforded are made tiavable striotly ln.a4- vanoepnlnss well seoured by respou.iibl pan . ties. Families acoominoaaiou on vary rer.. pnnshT. terms FANCY COODS. - ELLIOTT & ltlDGEIf'S cEBrllalldlH Jewelry, Neweft Ptsfgns Whitby Jot aiti,'fiir Mourning.' . , . I '" Rk' nnrt Imltnllon ft hell lScjn, for Vrm I nlrtlr. "t , , , i . .1 ' BlaTt) fcnmlell Combs, ia Real Shell. ! . . BaitreJIIeia anil tlnnrtenns, In Real Shell." " :' TOILIiT AUT4CXKS.- ! . i-.'.a I . Labia's rtrnls, AlklntMtsi'H Lo atn Prrlame, Carina Coloicne, Consba. Itrualiea. lc, etc. Pari and Vienna Fans, Opera ila'es. Music Botes, Dressing Ciitcs, Traveling Bags,, and an endless collection of articles of tvrwe, end curiosities from all I parts of the world. . Headquarters for BERLIN WOOL ASD EM- lw UROTPFKY MATVHIALS. STOVES. i MAYFLOWER AND PLYMOUTH ROCK -COOK STOVES. -'r.' AlreA full in of - '. .,1.. i l . - - . .. C" I PAktOR ;ANB HEATINQ STOVES or to- , .- TINWARE, LAMPS, ... , , . . . Aid s general assortment of Home Furnishing; Goods. Also-Artnt for. i'.LL "Ddtjli'a PildDt EitfC3ion Lad Jars. Jaa Work of ll klnls prsmplly Hum. . 3li8 St-rond el., tit Mcni-iliU. sit s 60 Barrels Prestos ft Merrill's Yeast Powders. 25 Caseti Coliuan Mustard. XLti" -tK ris s -S 100 Tubs Butter. 6000 Cases Canned Goods all Kiads. si ra-jii'v Si i sttiafi 9t- OT'lVEI.'FfWWtF aft Q. : CHAMPION, SHOE-STOBE! EXCELSIOR GAITERS. ; ils-ff , 01 ECltEKA', BOOTS. -t , Jl'ii.iiitii.j CIIAM3PION. SHOES. ': ".is. : 1 I IS 1 il . t r TII0S. B. COFFEY & CO., ... , 1 1. .ii.i '-; . - S3 Hla Btrost, " j MAKE SPECIALTIES 0 TH AB0V1. . and keep full lines of all kinds of BOOTS AND SHOES, i For LndlsndGat.lawa.' a . For Boys aad dlrls,. "eVi,-' J'" Oeeaslaas, JBasiaess Part. ' ' . " Anal rr rifin worw. r! INSURANCE. R LA NDERS' Vi,.-". (FIRE 'AND MARINE) '.'' Ksurance Company Of Meiiipliia, Tenn. Offies la , .. , Company's Building,'4l Madison j. liriMSDUEaiiir . . President i . ' Vios Prwldent. - W.A.GOODMAN, J.0.l6NS0ALE,JRi SecreUry. Ai UUnt BeorsUry. I, 1 DIRECTORS J. Cr.Xonedalfj.D. T. Porter, . H.Townsend M.J. Wieka. C, J. Phillips.B. V. McNtt, a.V.Rambaat. R. A. Pinson. A. J. Whits. ; J.C.Neely, . J.J.Basby. git Taylor, N. R. Pledge, Cnmr. Miss. CIQARS. HAVANA ' CilGARS! rBOM TBI IHT Ilotvtxna, Factories. ? GEO. L GRAYSERi . Overton" . Hotel ' Cigar t Stand. 1 1 CROCERIE8. PRO' "BONO PUBLICO. . . hi x- v ' -' 1 ' 1 j ' J TTAVTjra PURCHASE 6 0UB IMHKK8B XX stock or CANNED FRUITS AND VEGETABLES kt lowest point of the market, we are willing to give purchasers the antage of low priees j ir . j v r,..n flt.rawherries. flreen Peas, Egg J.'luma. tc. W i .., i,.,.H Our latest rece'.pts are " " ''"-' I Whittaker'aBUrB. C. ttsm. ' .' Strictly nholoe Roll Butter. ' ' ' ' J , Smoked Balm on, Halibnt and Mackerel. . ' Crosse A Bla kwell's Pioklea, assorted. Lea A Perrin 's onrivaled bauce. Khakor Press rves and Jellies, assorted. - fancy Flour , warranted to give satisfaction r nrl c t. CIIITT TQ 1 ill iniiiniuviii & " . . - M 'i Jl Mnin St.. cor, of Adams., PUHIilC-LEDGER: - , .1, 1,1 , II Of ace i N o. 18 MAdlsoa Street. fiilz . : LAKSESTCITT .CIRCULATION. , ., M'.EMPHIHt. ... M'jDilaw B rsalaar. April 1,187a. "J.'iTTSBuaa and Cannel coal and gas eaW.1 Brown A Jones, offica 282 Main street, ,3sthel Block. " ; Sil v.r-nlated ware Dollar Store. 11 32 Una the Saratojra Payilion SprinT wa ter bo for e" any other mineral water. 80 Sao.s's Catarrh remedy, for sale at J. B. Hills'' drug store, 281 Main st. xiV-28 Cost is Coal Tab for sale at Gas TJomcaJi T's office, 2918econd st. , 70-t t j , . v 1 ' ' s 1 1 Hair mnods Dollar Store. 32 Oysters. Fresh st oclt received daily by V. D, Fnchs, 1 J efferson street. t70 STaAu-rrr.rixa) at 315 Second st. 42t c bmscI Swni Potatoes.' W'a sra a cents for the sale of Her bert's celebrated varieties. .' 'j V"'SAWAT LlSSDAT, 3f , 363 Main street. Troi;n .otnV,. Dollar Store. 32 M'lia Dl-morest's Paitkbks, all kinds Ktvlpa and aiKce at U Main st. 139t Prat mliahle arci w virus, warrant ed. For sale bv J. A. J. Smith k Co., drofegiets; Under Vpfsl t n?u.s-li 28 ' ' GttAvtT, or com) tosition "roofinit, hoth nrvrisi bv E. Jl Jo.nes. No. 334 ' r 7 .it Second street. M . i. :i . l-'35 Pimri At 315 Second itreet. i ! Chemise and skirts Dollar SUVe. 32 ,xBny yonr wood fraia Jobn- sooillPoplac atret.i Gig-nTTiyo At SIS Send st 2t Jivtfxlo gnat oil, best )n market for sale by barrel and talloirV A A" " i. A, J. Smith 1 do., DruggisU, 28 Cuder the T Torsham House Wsaalao Siravol BeoSag, ky Bar. taaloaaew sa Alloa, II. Voart. Oi Panl Wrigtit a news sUiid is Supplied with' all the late publications, weekly pictorials and periodicals: also,' a hu morously irtu'.traffd Vipoai lion of Free Maironry: " " r. - -' J T 'The latest and best assort mejt of lite rature ran bo fonnd at Mar.ford s news d. (Kit, eoroer of Second attt Monroe Bi r balU wholesale d retail. BBETITIES. " Grand openitikS a ., are all tberafteln our Celery sauce something very fine at Oliver, Finnie 4 Co.'k (, r The Dolly Vardea cocktail ia the latest sensation in saloon ciroles; ",,,' J J One hundred anj eUht unfortunates pineaway( within the county jail. " The General Assembly of the Jit ate adjourned sine die at 12 as. to-day', i This is the first of April, known as All Fool's Day, ,' Practical jokers are in their glory, - ; 7", ;T, Peter's .Orphan's Fair at the As sembly Hall this evening. Everybody invited to attend.. , .'.' ; , Judge Vithey, of the United States Conrt, left to-day for his home at Grand Rapids, Michigan. . t ' ' The regular monthly meeting of the General Council will be held next Wednesday afternoon.' ' " . Esquire John E. Burke, of this city, died yesterday at his residence in South Memphisof congestion, ' , ''Our Favorites", give their grand Easter ball at Cochran Hall this even Idjc. It fill net be en masquerade. Judge Witfcey adjourned the United Sutes Circuit aSd District Courts to day over to the fitt Monday in May next."' '' U'... The day ' and night police force ex. chanaed sdutiea at noon to-day. The sanitary force il to be organized imme diately, I 1: i . (ill , Next MondayTevening, April 8th,, the Mendelssohn Quartette Club will give their anniversary concert at the Mem phis Theater. Forty misdemeanor cases were dis posed of by fine by the Recorder this forenoon. Not a single felony case ap peared on the docket, , ... .. , . The Catholic and Episcopal ennrcnes were decorated yesterday in a moat taste ful and elegant manner, and were at tended bv thousands of devotees. The Chamber of Commerce meets this afternoon for the purpose of considering the report of the committee on consoli dating with the Cotton Exchange. , The Weekly Public; Lewies can be had ' at the counting-room -to-morrow morning. Single copy,' five cents; sub- a.v ia f I . scription, one year, 1 1; ciuos oi nve or more, $1 50. Delegates representing the two lodges Knights of PyUiias, in this city, left this morning: for Nashville, to assist in the organisation of the Grand Lodge of the State. V , Annie Williams pleaded guilty to petit larceny in the Criminal Conrt this forenoon before a jury of her peers, and u sent to the countv jail for a short period of time ' ' " , , .' The First Chancery Court met this mornine and adjourned over to next Monday. The regular April terms of the First and Second Chancery Courts commenced to-day,;.:' .'..'!, , ,;. '' The Appeal is' rapidly becoming a first-class pictorial newspaper. The5 wood cut of the Fair Grounds published yesterday resembled a ground pattern fora"Dolly yarden." . i !, Rev. David Walk will deliver a lecture on next Thursday evening at the Linden street Christian Church, for the purpose of creating a fund to erect a house of worship for the colored members oi bis church. - , To-morrow evening the Sunday school uanhars will hold a meeting at the First Presbyterian Chnrch for the purpose; of nerfectinz arrangements for the ap proaching May festival and other impor tant matters. ; ..'', : Colonel !B. F. Ball, has announced himself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Shelby couuty, subject to the decision of the ensuing Democratic Couuty Convention Should he receive the nomination, he will get a heavy vote in the city and conutry. Cantain J. Harvey Mathes, Colonel C. L. Anderson and Mr. Douglass, of the . Fourteenth District, resigned last Saturday at the meeting of the Shelby County Democratio Executive Commit tee, i The following new members were elected: Messrs. . G. R. Wynn, John Gray, John Pendergast, Virgil Rawlings and Ames C. Koher. i . ' There ia a anlendid nuarry of lime stone ledge rock within a dozen miles of Memphis. The ledges are from two to six feet in thickness and inexhaustible. Owing to the fact that the rock is nearly eight miles from a railroad it ia value less at present. . It is probably the only outcropping of limestone within a hun dred miles of Memphis. . A genius suggests a plan for removing the bluffs a method used in California mininat operations, vis: to cause the steam fire engines to' play on the base of the bluffs, which will eause the -tank to cave, and then to wash the debris into the river by the same means. The idea is a good one, and if practicable, is mach cheaper than the old and most expen sive method to remove the hluflswitn pick aad spade. " , ' ' Hosiery and gloves Dollar Store. 32 Mssnphla Hoadawartara. ' Edwards' headquarters oyster, fish, fre.it, vegetable and ice depot. , Where U .it? Why No. t't Second street, where can be had the finest gvaanah had for Ho, fin Northern lake and Eee!x lake CJ cheaper than at any other ptace. v Also tU best oysters ever brought to Memphis, tie per can. Ej.-ly vegetables, all kinds, in reason. 5( J. D. tDwAans. Shirts and nnderweaT-DoUar Store.32 Billt Wiu;isom. the renowsed'T'" man, oa Poplar street, a tew doers from Main, has tht latest newspapers, maga sines, novel, etc., stationery, school books, cifart, aud tobacco, at (he lowest, rates. Doalh from an Orcidea of Ker- '- pkiao. i Yesterday afternoon a well known cit zen, Mrs. Vanskiver, aged about thirty- five years, and residing at No. 7 Avery street, took an overdose of morphine, from the effects of which she died at C .o'clock, tbfr mornine., t Coroeen Moffatt hold aa inqdest '0B-4he -body this morn.- ing, when the following facts were brought to light: Mrs. Vanskiver, owing to U health, had been in the habit of taking small doses ot morphine. Yesterday afternoon she sent a boy to the druggist'a for twenty-five cents worth of the nar cotic. She swallowed the entire amount and said nothing, about it until late at nieht.jt)rsErski wa4Djfalle.d in, but too late to render any assistance. The usual remedies were applied, but without avail. The jury, after hearing the tes timony of ,th witnesses returned a ver dict'of death fronf an overdose of mor- . 1 , ' . .1 V. I 1 A . pnius aumimausreu uy um u uauu. Ivory and silk fans Dollar Store. 32 : i' I slprlar Pastars. Barley, ry 'and grass fields, now nearly ready far grazing, at Mon Red- ford's pasture farm. Leave written or dert at Brackett t Co. s. 27-T ; A Falsa Alaros of aalelds. Last night a young1 Woman ii "an op- town bouse purchased a bottle ot lauda num, mixed a little of it with a bottle of whisky, drank the latter, poured the laudanum over the carpet, and gave the alarm that she had poisoned herself. A doctor was sent for hurriedly, and found the subject in a stupor, apparently suf fering from the effects of laudanum. A stomach pump was introduced, and the patient was relieved of the whisky. 'The smell of laudanum in the room excited the suspicions of the medical man, Upon examination he found out the joke, and left suddenly, muttering some thing about the evil effects of drunken ness. The girl, on eeming to, stated that she only desired to frighten her friends who had abandoned her, and play a. first, of April, joke in advance. During the frolic there was considerable commotion in the neighborhood, and the greatest sympathy was created in be h tf CTAe 'WPptyed suicide. i ' Parasols and umbrellas Dollar Store. Book or Poems. In a few weeks a volume of poems, written by Mrs.' Pope, of this city, will be issued from the press. The new work contains many elegant gems from the pen of this well-known' poetess! The work will have a large sale, owing to the high literary standing of the lady and the attractiveness of the poems, which display .great originality, Jierit and po etical beauty. , . Wastes, A few more yeung men can find good employment by applying to Taylor, Dun & Skwell. Hair braid and curls Dollar Store. 32 . Aaaaisemoats...,..! . :,i 6 MEMPbualBEATRS. -To-night Mr. Soth- era will appear in Our American Cousin, performing .his ((rest role, Lord Dun dreary, for which he is so jastly cele brated throughout this country and Europe. All lovers of fine acting should not fail to attend to-night. Mr. Sothern comes, endorsed by literary critics as probably the 4eiit -delineator ? of the ancient fop at present on the stage. A London crftic insists that to test Mr. Sothern by anything in the actual world would be to ignore his special merit. Such is bis genius tjiat every oue who sees him feels that en, old type is pre sented with individual peculiarities that render it a complete novelty. Mendel8soh Quartette Cldb. The eighth grand and second anniversary concert will be given on Monday, April 8th, attbe New Memphis Theatre, Mrs. Nora Czupski, soprano. Members 'will please take; notice that certificates of membership will not be accepted as cards of admission on this occasion. Members and their ladies will be furn iahH with snecial card invitations, which will be required to be shown at the door a toe evening ot toe concert. The adoption of Ui rule has become necessary in order to . preclude non members and others from alUtadiog the concerts of the society. The manage ment promises the members for the next concert selections, scenes and duos from the great operas of II Trovatore, Stradclla and Martha. r j- il Byiirdcrof the maoaoiement, r"s,'ri L."HEzbo, President. W. W. Ci'RRiE, SecreUry. io BncWa Opera House. Manager Broom succeeds in crowding his house every night by presenting rare attrac tions in the variety line. To-bigtt, An nie Hindle, the great character vocalist, Miss Nellie Zegrind, ChaS. L.' Davis, the Austin brothers, gymnasts, and Davis' troupe of trained iogs, will appear. Every Saturday at two o'oluuk win ru4 Hindle and Davis matinee will be given bv the manager. - r V . -.-.. C.l.nr.l.' Wa.f! f. UMnriv.i fr? " ington street theater continues to at tract, (large crowdf nlghtlj lT Manager Schools has a first-class variety' troupe and presents an, attractive programme every evening. The Can-can will be pre-, sented to-night with new scenery, dia logues, surroundings, etc. Everybody is invited to attest, " - m m - Imported Clgara. " ' I kavs JaaS rooolvsel m frook loS of KsrsclOB Beaalla Brttaalea, sad Brgalla Cklco clears, froofc aad as, lass-orlcd Harrk tlsS. V'i EOBiaB U ffr4 TBEm, M , 29 . - . tT Halle afroof.. i- 0 : ... . . Children's ana juissei' shoes Dollar Store. 33 Tickets for the Memphis Agricultural and Mechanical Society for sale at 13 Madison street. 32 " , "''bales At interior towns, 710.70 bales! last Mextbis dealers oVsiring to introdueoi ej frra bales; at LiveiTool. SSI.eoo bales: their 'Euslness to th beople"" of Little I ., year, 7fl.nr5 hales t ASseriran aSoat fur 'nek, Arkeasaa, throcgh the Xew City' Directory, f'"n 10 l W.W: :.- rstoata. f " ' will be oallad tipolv'i? .Tt?.' ' Meis aed Charleatoa r.nmaJ.1..'. 9 to Caatiea Vinaw k Ce , car. ' k Chapman. - The April term of fhejuarterly Court oommenced this mornihg. " The follow- ing magistrates answered to their namns when the roll was called:"' Messrs. 1 Jui tices Witherington, Murray, Ligon, Rey nolds, Duncan 'Giles, 'Hales Spelman, Winters, Mencrief, Sneed, Pulliam, Cald welltBartiett, Brewer, Herring, Harrell, Allen, Blecklrytdrby,! Walker,. Jonesr Holmaa. Bantyn, Hoegel, Brown, Elliott, Miller, Glissoni Brooks,- H. J.j Massey, Jeremiah Massey and Stone. i1 uu: t Messrs. -Miller, Glisson ' and Hoegel were appointed, a i committee to draft suitable resolutions with reference to the death of the late Esquire Burke. ., .. I : ... A committee was appointed to call on the different newspaper publishers, for the purpose of ascertaining the cast of printing the report of the . city attorney in reference to the law, and duties of assessors,.:,. .,, , in-i:-: i n; ' It was ordered that a warrant be is sued for, 12000 to George J. Gear), for building the bridge .over Nonconnah creek, , on Cow island road. , General Patton , Anderson was appointed land commissioner to accompany the asses sors. The list of assessors is as follows: First District Esquire l D. M. With-' eiington. ' '.'.-,. '' ' , '.', ' ( Second District Esquire J. A. Ligon. ' Third District Esquire B. F Duncan. J Fourth District Esquire N. B. Hale, j Fifth District Esquire John Spelman. Sixth .District Esquire W. H. Mon erief. ' ; Seventh District Esquire Elijah Pul liam.1' '"'l" -""" - -' . 'J Eighth ' District Esquire J. W. Her ring.:-- Ninth District Esquire J.' W.' Allen. Tenth District Esquire H. Irby. ' . v' Eleventh District Esquire H.T. Jones. "' Twelfth District Esquire Thos. Hale- ' 'il.. . i '. . man. Thirteenth District Esquire ' J. R. Brown,' ' '" ' Fourteenth ' District Esquire J.' T. Elliott.' " 6 - : ' ' ' ' '' '" F' .nth District Esquire R. B. Mil- ler." ' Sixteenth a District -Esquire C. L. Brooks. , ).., , k , , :! , Seventeenth , District Esquire Jere miah Massey. -,! (. - -i,. n After transacting some unimportant business the court adjourned over to two o'clock this afternoon.1 b .ii : !- I have removed my bnsinesa place to No. 236 Main street. I . desire tailors, good workmen four coat-makers and two pants-makers'. " I will pay the full price of bill.- . 34 J. Lirot. , FINANCIAL AND WM!fcT2tClAL. . ; , K9KT. ....'... Poeuo Lsnesa Orvios, 1 . Hiania. Tsss.. April 1. 1872. 1 a Money mi-tlers have undergone no material chants during the past week. The demand for loans has Sees moderate, aad rates of discount are easy at 10912 tt cent. Exchange has been inactive demand, and one or two of the banks have resorted to lbs shipment of currency. Transactions be twesn banks were large, and sines Friday night one bank alone took tmiXM at 13 V f 1000 premium. In buying tbs eonntsr rates are par on aatarn,aud Jc discount on Southern points, aad ia selling He premium is charged on the former, while the latter la sold at par.', i ..;' Uoldis offering only ia small quantities, the rates being 1W5-1 buying. The Nsw York rate to-day is 110. . - m ' Very little of importance has transpired during the week In local Investments. Ar kansas levee bonds gold at t3c during the lat ter part of th week, the demand being from Arkansas tax -payers. Memphis and Charles ton railroad shares have been quoted nominal at S4o during the week, and to-day bids of M'ic bars been made on lots of 100 shares. and SAc asked for similar amounts. Tennes see money, old, knd auditors' warrants, are gold to tax-payers at Wc, and county war rants are advanced to 95c, but. in anticipa tion of a further issaa by the County Court, the selling rate to tax-payers was reduced to day to ft'!. But little has been doas In eity bonds. Memphis sixes, long date currency, have been quoted at 53SMc; 110,000 deliver able on the 29th of June, were sold to-day at 55c, The (old bonds art (looted at 62963c. Street railway stock is salable at Ve, with no tellers. Other securities are without chants. "" " """' S OY TON. Tbs' N.w'Virk market has steadily ad vanced during the week until Saturday, when a decline of He occurred, but it again reached the opening f gure, and to-day opened at 23, and at noon had advanced to TT-ic for mid dling.' ploneiT, who have been holding off in anticipation of rower pnees, are eompeiiea bow to go fnto the market and purchase their supply for the sammer months, while those whose orders to their buyers have been discre tionary have prof ted largely by the advice ffyen In the LsDoia early in tht season, and next season ws tapeet to see majority of the orders from that elass of buyers. Bales sa Saturday wort IMS) bales, the market eloaiag Ira at oar quotations. To-day there has been a fair inquiry from spinners and speculators, and sales to aooa foot up 1000 bales. With one or twe exoeptioBi on small luts of low cotton prices paid to-day wars as follows: Ordinary.... L-.- . 19 AWM 6ood Ordiaary ,. S-'"'j Lew Middling il ' Middling .,, Receipts tot lbs week art V, tkipmeaU 10,115, aad talcs 10,0 0; for the provisat week they were respectively SS1D. 7691 aad v7as. aad for the sorrospoadiag week last teasoa 2!rl, 15,500 aad K0O, aad 4141. T7CS aad 4800 ia 1870. Set receipts at all tjnited States ports since rridav' evening wer...... . 5.472 Eiuoru to Ureal Briuin........ 1,757 Eiuorts t the coatinenl BuMik on knd Of f slolajsef .. ..43MM r:.i.nin V.r. at this time hut vear-141 Middling in New York aautedete Middliagla NewwIeaaeaasieaataM miiS I ulaadl is l.ieriool aoene dals.m 7a'a Gold in Kewlork same daU. f no'; ThefoUowiagiaaeomsaraUre daily ttats saeai'i i ; Receipts to-day....' l.W faate day but year .. - 912 Shipped W-day 1.44 Same day last year 3.n. ) Stock to-day .. 2i. 1 1 Last rear.... j. Zl.ll Total 'r' '- - 11 ' E am. time laal year ., . . ., e4.i..V'l uUl kiiii'Ui.n'j tu data., ,.17.4-d ame time lat year,. ,....4il.i.l ' Receipts of the week from all ports. 40.& bales ; last year, 76. M . Total to date. Z.4.S, 181. Last year. 3,139.509 bales. Ki porta of the week, bales ; last year, .l bales. To tal to dat. .5m.m bales ; last year. 1.171.031 bale. Mock, Us.250 bales: last year. S.7M Great B-lt.ra.Wnoo b.i; 1.4 ye. i.siphiii aad Lull. Hock railroad... Stosmer. J1 ISt i. W.U lm Kstimated per w trout end other sources., luu fWi:.:..:i. ... 1955 i i .133 k..- 25 2ls8 n posts. " ' " -Metnpbu and Cl.nrle'ton railroad . . Alitrissippi and Teoaesse railroad . Il.mphia and Ohio railroad Rteauoers, north......H mm...,,... Bteamera soutb.. "' Tout......:...... Nsw Oslsaks, April 1. 11:30 a-m. Cotton is quiet. . Sight exchange, premium. Ster ling, commercial. W, to J": bank, 20?,. Oold ......Wi Uood ordinary.2r. Low midaiing....21i Middling . 22 . 3.73 KeeeipUk. . Sales sou jtsw Yosjc April 1. 10 t,. The market opens quiet. . Sales at all Halted Btatel ports Saturday, 42)6; receipts, 5379; hers. 715. Gold .................m'...-" $10 Hrdinary .......n. ood Ordinary....... 21J4 &ow Middling...,,. ..........-r-' toA iiddling S23 Uood Middling.. 2A 12:15 p.m. Cotton is quiet. Spot sales, 1200; futures. 6600. Sales for May, 23'4c ; Junt, 2S 9-lftc ; July. 2JJ4c t Novtmber. 19c. 2 p.m. Cotton is quiet and stoedy. Spot sales. 1300; futures, 7200. Sales for April, 22o. XetieceiU,6t; gross, 4053. Ooid .:.-....t........' (sjioh Ordinary ... Gli Good Ordinary. .- 217 Low Middliug-...-.. ..-.,-. Middling - nH Good Middling.. 24 (JEIKBALIARHET. Busiasas during the weak hat shewn tome improvement, and prospects are favorable for a heavy spring trade. Prices of leading ar ticle! have undergone no change since our last report, . We quote as follows: Ap ples, 13 00 to to 50. Bran, $28 50 to 29 00. Beans.t2 25to2 75 per bush. Bagging, 17tol8c, and demand fair. Butter, 21 to 28c, common to choice. Baoon tlear tide., 1 to 7e I elear rib sides, T'ifil shoulders, Ki to 5ot breakfast bacon, 9H to 9c. Sugar-cured bams, 9 to VIe. Cabbages, scarce, 110 00 tu 111 00 per crate. Cora-meal. 13 15 to 13 20. Corn, 69 to Too., Cotton seed, til 00 per ton on the loToe. Coffee Rio, 22 to 24 Vic ; Java, 27 to 30c. Dried apples, 8 to 8o ptr lb : peaches, i to 5c. Kggs.UtolHc. flour, tO 25 to 9 50 fur super to fancy. Hay, 125 to 131. at to quality. Lard, quiet; tierce, H to 4o : keg, 10'i to 10ic ! nail, WA to lie I caddies, 12c. Lemons, $4 to $4 25 per box. Mo asset plantatiun. 35 to 65e. as in uuality. Nails, So z5 rates. Oranges, to 26 to 16 60 per box. Oata. 50 to 62c. Onions, 13 00 to 13 25 per bbl. Poultry chickens, t4 W to 10 00; ducks. 14 00 to St U; gcove. IS 00 to 17 00; turkeys. 118 00 to t20 SO. Potatoes. 12 00 to 13 10, as in quality. Meet pork, 113 50 to 13 75. Bulk-clear sides, 6to6c; clear rib. 6 s, vy u ( its, 4;"j to to ce; ahouldei 4;s. lianu,8V4to S'4o. .Sugar, open kettle, t to HSc; yellow olear, liy, to ilet white. l'JH to lie r hard renuea, M 4 to i.i c. Bait, Vi z to 3 a. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. - . ARRIVALS, ii 'i - Steamer R. P. Walt, White river. Nightingale, Cincinnati. " John Kyle, New Orleans. - " Katie Koanti New Orleunt. " Julia. Vicksburg. " Biehmond, New Orleans. ' ' CityofCairo, St. Louis. "; ., " - Potomao, Cincinnati. " Phil Allia. friar's Point. Undine, Oaoeola. " . Belle Lea, New Orleans. , " M.J. Wicks, fit. Louis. . " bt. Francia, Wituburg. ! ' City of Vicksburg, 8t. Loult. . " Jamas Howard, bt. Louis. " Belle Memphis, bt. Leiiit. " N. Longworth. Louisville. ', " I'exter. New Orleans. ' " Mary Knrsythe, New Orleans. " H.M.Shreve. Red river. , " A. J. White, Napoleon. " Mary Boyd, Arkansas rivsr. . " Sam J. Hale, Cincinnati. " W. Chsek. "riar-t Point. 'I ., DEPAaTUREft. ' Steamer Grand Tower, St. Looit, " T. H. Allen, Arkansas rivsr. " K. P. Walt, While river. " Nightingale. Arkansas river, " . : John Kyle, St. Louis. " , Katie Kounti, St. Louis. ' " Julia. St. Loois. " ,. Kichmond, bt, Louis. " City of Cairo, New Orleans. ' ' ' Potomac, Htm Orleans. . " , Belle Lee, Cairo. - M.J. Wicks. New Orleans. " City sf Vicksburg, Vicksburg, w " James Howard, New Orleans. ' N. Longwortb, New Orleans. " Dexter, St. Louis. " Mary Forsythe. 8t. Louis. ' H.M.Shreve. St. Louii. ,. BOATS laT PORT. Phil Allln, St. Francis, Undine, George W. Cheek, A. J. White, Mary Boyd. Sam Halt. Belle Kemphit. BOATS ADVERTI8EO TO LEAVE TO-DAT. ' Arkansas river Mary Beyd .5 p.m. Friar sPoiLt.tr. f. Cheek. Ap ta. St. Louis ......Belie Memphis. .,,.,,.5 p,w. Viekiburg..... Belle St. Louis....4 p.m. Red rirer ,,. Lady Lea.. 5 p.m. RIVER, BDSlKEgg, MISCEUASEOCg. A decline of 9 Inches is marked by the gaagt since our last report and at other points the changes are as follows: At Cairo a riss of 8 inches, Cincinnati a rise of ont inch, Daven port T inches. New Orleans i inches, I'ittsburg 18 Inches, Sbrevenort lneh, St. Louie 13 iaehts, Vieksburg 5 inehtt. At Evansville a dsolins of 6 inches, Leavenworth 8 inches, Louisville 1 inch. Omaha 5 inches. A fair stage of water is reported in all the streams above, and the lpwer tributaries art in good boating order. Yejterday was anything but pleasant, during the morning tht wind blow ing a gals. To-day it it elear and cool, . PORT XSW8. All of the local packets Saturday left with fair trips The Richmond pasced np late with 700 tons, at also did tht Kyis, Julia and Katie Kounti, with moderate cargoes, while the Nightingale went down deeply laden for the Arkansas ....yesterday but little ol in terest transpired The City of Cairo, with 1200 tons, and Potomao, with a rood cargo, went down early, and the M. J. Wicks pasted down late, without landing The I'ndjne brought a fair trip, and the Belle Lee naaeed ap late for Cairo, lightly freighted Tht Nis Lcagworta from the Ohio, arrived this (Molngjwlth a barge of eoal ia tow. dis charged a large lot of furniture and left for New Orleans with a full trip Tbs Mary Boyd from tbs Arkansas carat Id with 179 bales sotton and 3.6U7 aaekl aed ...... The Mary K. Funytk Bom New Orleans, fonr dayt out, discharged twenty tons of freight here, and departed for aboro tying light..The bam. Hale from Cincinnati breoght ia a goi trip of prod ace aad furaiturq-.n,Ths G. W. Cbsek from. Frit' hia arrivtd with twenty-ont bales eotton and a lot of sundries to order. Tht A. J, Whits, from Napoleon, brought ia 51 bales of oottoa, 409 tacks of aad a vtrygood passenger l;,Tht Bells Les pasted uj iait night, after putting off here 54 bales of cotton, 129 hogsheads of sugar, 21 barrels of molaseet aad a lot of sundries Tke Dexter aad H. M.. Saws pasted np early this murning from below...The James Howard, from St. Louis, arrired early this mornlDg, added 196 bale of cotton and 111 barrels ef Ullow, aad got sf at asoa, loaded sit..,,,.. T City of Vicksburg, from St, Loais, added 10 .on of way freicM ' and left for below wlj 'dei, The Bells Memphis, from St. Louis, nisi in with a fair trip of grala aad produce. WjCELLAXEOrs. ' ' By aa oversight ia the " make ap" Satur day, there appeared in thit eoluwia a portion of the aatter publuhcd the day previou. The storm oa Saturday tight was quite to rero at St. Lewis. Tbs T aegsr aad a ferry boat in that harbor lost chimneys, the Tom Jasper wa sotatwhat injured, and the Northwestern was blnwa across the river. The Slinneola and Emma Elliott are to Da ta g down the Ohio at a lightatsggalt. Both of taem pasted Louisville yesterday. Capitis Joha P. K titer, ef Su Lotus, '-a ia Tht taag-boat Tha;er Is here,' avaitiog or ders. By aa advtrtiteaeat in tht morning pa pers wt leara that there are teTaral good po sitioaf to be filled in the vsrious steaaboat ofTtcTf la the city. ' The G. W. Cheek. Cspuia Ueorgs Maloaa. leave at Ire aVIock this evening fur Frlar'i Poin t and all way landlu.i. Frank (3unter mann It htr secretary... Tht ritt in the river at St. Louis gives u channel depth of nine foet to Cairo. Freight rates hava dtelintd in ooniequonce thereof. ' Mr. Hsyward. late commercial and river editor of the Appeal, aocoinpanied by bin wife, left on the two p.m. train to-duy for St. Louis. The Susie Silver It coming up with 500 sacks of salt, 2000 bars of railroad iron and 100 tons of miscellaneous freijlit, for ,M. Louis. ... - Atoording to a New Orleans exchange the National Republican the gains roosters thirptd on tha Mitchell are to take part in the races over the Metarie-coume. . Saturday's Little RocltUaiette says theis are seven and a half feet of water out from that point. - lbs Armadillo left Little Rock Saturday for Fort Smith. The Utah, on her way to the Mound City docks it due from the Arkansas. Dispatches reoeived at Cincinnati report tut Anna, recently tunk in Red river, raided and having arrivtd at Jefferson. The extent ul the damages to her freight is unknown. The new steamboat olau.it in Missouri pro vides that It shall be unlawful for any town, eity, or other municipal corporation, or any officer or agent thereof within that State, tu demand or rcoeiva from any owner sr afoi'i atlon of owners, or officers or agents of any steamboat or other vessel within the State, any harbor dues, wharfage or other charges for privilege of landing at or making fust tu any public wharf or Janding, for the purpoe sf rtoeiving or discharging freight. Only 1400 of the money appropriated by W. W. Graves, clerk of the Utah, was recovered. It Is thought that the balance was squandered by him during the winter, while in the employ of tan boat. Ths St. Francis is the regular Tuesday pack et for tbs lewsr landings and all points on tho St. Francis river. . . . . ' , The Legal Tender goes out to-morrow (or White river. Ths regular United States mail packet Mary Boyd. Captain Reub. L. iiaynes, leaves thin evening at five o'clock for Pine Bluff, Little Rook, and all way landings. Colonel E. NY, Outlaw it chief secretary. Ths Bells Memphis, Captain Crane, leave thit afternoon at five o'clock for Cairo and St. LodIs,. Billy Bleaker it clerk, and a uiuiv popular stutleman does not exist. Get your state-rooms in time. Thtre art snly about 5000 bathclt of eoal afloat at Louisville, and tht city is wholly de pendent on the railroads for a supply of fuel. At Pittsburg the amount of ooal now loaded is probably doublt that of any former period. The Trner oa her last trip up had seven bugs crocodiles at one item sf freight. The Louisville is coming up with 30i tons of freight. The pasaengerl of the Robert Mitciioil carded " her In the New Orleans papers a day or two tines. ; Tht river man of the Nashville I'nion and American must be an aged individual. He remembers an acquaintance seventy-live years age. Th Lady Let, Captain Green Shields, will pass down this tvtning, ss advertised, for the tower landings and all points on Red river. She is a first elass paoket and has No. X ac commodations. P. J. Heur it her secretary. Abtothsi Hsavy Riss. By a telegram to the signal officer here we learn that the river ro-e 46 Inehtt at St. Lonit between the hour, of .1 a.m. yesterday and 6 a.m. to-day. The rite il from the Illinois. Ths Lady Lte it coming down with about 600 tons. Amongst her cargo are two one-horse street cars for Shreveport. The Lookout will bring here 2S0 bushels of eoal from St. Louis.' Tht Belle St.' Louis, with Captain Blake commanding, leaves at five o'clock this day for Vicksburg and the usual landings. Pa tengers will Ind the Belle St. Louis lir.H-cl.T. in every respect. Alf. Grissom is htr secre tary, assisted by Mr. Thomas. Saturday 't Vicksburg Herald contains Ike following item : Tht Robert E. Lee it making her lu-t trip in tht trade this season. She will leave New Orleans next Thursday for l'aducah, o Cupt. Cannon informed us. The Frank Pargoml will take her place. STEAMBOATS. For 4'alra and SI. Loult. Memphis and St. Loult Packet Company Fur Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis. Steamer Belle Memphis, UTot, Crane.. master. aWrVmm'ui Will leave at abovs THId DAY. April U. at & o'clock p.m. . FLEM. CALVERT, Sup't. ' For Vlckshnrtr. Memphis and St. Louis Packet Company For Helena, Greenville and Vicksburg.; Steamer Lelle St. Louis, Blake masterami.ii '.-it Will leave as above THIS DAY. April 1m, at 5 p.m. FLEM CALVERT, Sup't. For Bed Blver. Carter Line Red River Steamers For Shreve port and Jefferson, Texas. LADY LEE 41. F. Shields, maKter WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE THIS DAY. Aoril 1st. at 5 p.m. For freight or passage ap-a ply to J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent. No. 3 Madison street. Dean Line. For Calr,I.ODta vllle sad Cluclaaall The elegant passenger steamer SAM J. HALE 8. T. Hambleton, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE . TUESDAY, April 2d, at 5 I eEF5-?" p.m., positively. For freight or oim,s pauags apply oa board or to E. D.COBB, Agent. 26-28 266 Front St., np-atairs. For MS. Framola Stiver. Regular Tuesday Patket atSi St. Francis, iS Making aU way landings on the Mississippi to Sleloaa. L'Anguille to Slarlaan, aud St. Francis river to Wlitabutg. T. K. Bowman, I Sam C. Paine. Miiiier. I Clerk. Will leave Memphis a. above every TVKS DAY at a o'clock p.m. For freight or passtue apply on board. 21 Friar's Pol at aael Beads. : Rsgnlar Mtaphlt aad Friar's Point U.it.J butts Mail Packet. Geo. W.Cheet GEO. MALONE..CapUin, Leaves Memphis every Monday, Wednesday aad Saturday, at io'elock p.m. For rreikl er pasaato apply on board, ot at 4 Madifou street, up stairs. Il-l tO-t otnpSils. Ileleaa. Friar's I'oIhs Kateleoa aad Way Aaatllasw. A. J. WHITE, ......iCtpU Mark R. Cheek. WILL PKPART AS ABOVE , -. fc Y oa TVEiioAYP and FRI- JvV DAYS, at 5 f.ia. For frei.bt er fr tm.e apply oa board or to JKU. W. CVIKK. 196t 4'. Madison street, ap "air. easpblsaad Arka.it. silver Park. 9 tenpt.y V. ss. Ml I A.le. THE ELEGANT PASSXN'GKR OATd UV thit lint leave lU.nit hi" all .mutt e Arkaaaas jiver ea Mondays anal I'liuaja at t-s p.ta. For freight. psar. r other iuformatio. lplyto W. h. KKNtiKDAY. At u api 4JB1CS OB coaipar.j s r oari 45t ut ef Court tercet. WSilte aad Llttlo Bed lilver. Meicjiki.. White and Lil'Je Bed River V. S. Mail Lias Far IU)aa, Levail't bluS. Searcy. AagasUi, Jacksosport, aad sll :. kndmxl, t IfiUAL TENDER W. J. Ajbford, t!e Leaves Memphis every TVK3- . , DAY, atiq'oiock p.m. itM' R. ?. vTALT. ... Jjka J. Ldsi-i,, kial.r L.avee Mtmphlt every 6AT t'S.lAY,eli. eloik p.m. The above elerant steamers coeae at ta- 'Vall's blaf with the Haiima.! N i-.r -4 1 Tburdey gnieg VP. aud v oi,eUi,v ...I .. 1 arday cotumr dn I kLLluft A MlLL a. Avru.. ; lilt Cr. Jcdetkoa aV tf.i.r..a. la.