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IJ 11. II !., IJ IV 1'. WVl'rfV VII il VllUTII IKtllllT UTUL'L'tt oorner of Second slruet. There day and 4vrht. la 44 ftUSINESSHOUSKS. ICKINSON. WILLIAMS Jk C0.C0TTON Factors, V'. Front street. 84 1 Painting F. DAVIS. IIOISK AND KIGN PAINT; V. er. M Second street, belwoe. Court an J I edlson streets. MT-ivi-t MRS. II. HOLLAND AS REMOVED HER FASHIONABLE milliner estiihtl-huiellt 10417 ,laiu street. Icr Southern Holcl 17 M LOST. f f OST-ON SATURDAY. MARCH aru, A 1 J Ijlack and white camee in. Thu duller ill be liberally rewarded by bringing II to INVINCIBLE SALOON. 32-37 eorner Main and I'nlon streets. I OST-ON TIll'KWDAY LAST, PROBABLY 1 J on Ileal ur Horneiido street cur., a gold ri.aiii neoihu-o, with a fold dollar, locket and ur iuliiul ring attached. A liberal re- ird will bo paid lor it lit No. Ml Main et. ; I OST-FIVE DOLLARS KKWAKD WILL 1 J be paid for tlig return of my rcolch terrier .1. n, amwering to tlia nam of " Larry," and ii" questions ai-kcd. I i II , T. ToMT.TNSnN. 17 M.ll-in ' FOR RENT. ...,u iii.'vt nu iii v-i nu VT I INI) I' homo with six rooms. No. -II Ni'W Madi i.n street. Apply to nln.-VMI.iW A- IMniSKTTK. ",0-34 No. 12 Madison street. I ;vR RKNT-A PARTOK A STOKK; LOCA- I ...It. Mi. trt ...II leu. I'll. Anuvat :'l-3-l 192 HERNANDO HTKBET. .tnR KENT MY RESIDENCE, NO. MM Ii i ' ..i t . a .... L il.inin nml twn l nre I TOO I, j IHO I MHIIir., rsv... ........ ... - irvnntH' room, drvtuinff rimtu. bath room, tmt mid old watr, and nil modern improv tmnt. Will coll the carputu, if desired. Jofl session given j... WdnAg y m;Lttf0K v)ll RENT-RESIDENCE. 41 MARKKT 1' st.i Hrootna. Apply on premises, la-ai i-olll RENT-MY RESIDENCE. NO. 225 I1 Madison street, with or without furniture. A',...ly to R.1).0i.OI)L1:TT. ;;S-:il 2i2 h rnnt street. TjOR RENT OFFICKS AND SLEEPING-t- rooms on Main street. Apply to - ACKLEN AS.NKED. .,- . 2N Main street. 011 . K BNT JAMKS' PARK. 14-1 IS W. A.NVHriATLKY.W) Min t. Vvili 'fivvr.-liARRKll tSUWP, CORN KR H i'..-vJi.il... nnd JeBamon atroct, next to Comiuerr.ial llotol. . MiiVivs . J Ubbril A. ,m Fnnt itrVrf. 1RRKNT-C0MM0.W'5 ' BTOlltJ ON ! Front atreot, with (ioll.t:f A dp y to JOSlifll 1. ABUllO. '..V.'r ' ""V. -i 12-t No. aV rronmrem. - ......... . .., lift ISK NO. i M)11RENT-DWELUNU"II0.''JS NO. 1(W i lirnuhina-rnn ilpaat AtllllV a,W Wimldridne. No. 2 Front atrcet; . OR RENT A FINK THRKii-fiui ' brick residence, on the corner pf f ne ml Averr Uroet. conUiniiiit eiirbt rooms. wilb servant's room, out-hnuws cisterns. ' Ann v to 1. a. je.uuiriv. . A!;.y 1 No. Il W adiwinBt "i.'6'RR EN't STORK UNDER GREEN LAW F Opera UoUHe.No. ;H! Second tt. Apply to SOU RUNT A LAKUB. BOARDING h.. ,, 1. rAniim. ffood cidtern, eio. j . i' ,,y to JAWU ruin-'", MK.t Cor. Svcnmorc nnd Front tn-t EXCHANCE. ANY PARTY WHO 18 UKSini'un ur r.iy gmmil in an aotive, cash and protitable !,sinem, can have a personal properly in ex Hmk for acceptable real eKlatu. A pply for a few days, in p.r;or , or throf h the ttolbr.. to l-T -' " REWARD. J. f REWARD. LOST, A SMALL BLACK and white seller siui, wuu r.i t he eyes and around the mouth; had on collar .Uhtchain!atUcbil.,n UNq 4 FIRST CLASS Dressmakers and Trim mers can find constant employment. ' Only such need apply. jl NO. 273 MAILT STREET, FOR SALE. FOR HAI.K-FOI'NTAIN AND BOD A APA I aim at No. 41 JUlii itrntt. !l-t V-ORHAI.K-A RI'llllLKS CARD 1' KKSrt, I'ru-e, in I'rin'Di viit fjudu n-t fhM). AddraM or uH'ly t (Ida ufliou 1 an u r i u v.tii uii l IMil KINK b-i nrt ii r.. n i-in r-i'i.wi."" Anieriiiin and Italian loauuiuiili, t" I I .. .1 u 11 1. ; .. .i . ... ... ..I... w 1 jtmbi. Work, liriiiiioiiop, null an ' iiiui hi 'Tin. i roT. thus. M A DWELL id third aM I No. W Union t., bet. tsvound an IliRSAI.H-niH KK AND LOT FOll ., I' lille p.rfcl the limine bran new. ra lainiuy twu rooiui and a kii-hB, wllh ci.tern i the lot :t7S by lim feet, fronllnr on Yt ini be.i.r avenue and the Memphie ana ,oui-tiii. n. .k,,... i. ...i. w it tt II. KINS. i.i rj Ftinl, llr. nmi HiiuiiMU KPAN MI'LES. LI P eenie, wa-tin brue nd dray harneMi A an ail ilre.it. Iort SALE CHEAP A NO. 1 13l-.ll A LLON I' (siiinerttill. worm and cipciniipU-l.i. A- ilv to .... L' I. A V L l A H L'to A V U' l A UU i I.I. A I. n ""' . 7K Jnffi-rimn street u-r HALE VAL1) ARLE Bl'NINFSH t' properiy. inr mi.-iiwm.- """,,-"- f r VI (ii',xU'A feet) J-ronl street, .Memphis, Terms ea.y. A l-ply t" , Ml. 4- Jl, Ai J All 1 Ml, -I'll .Ullfl Ft FOR 8ALK-VALL'AUUK CITY PROP-erlv-LotNo. I ol ni r-jkdivi.ien of the 0. B. Fraior pstnte, Ironhnu l 1-1" rett on Lauderdale street, and runninir back 27ti fi-ett alno lot No. i ol suid jiilidivl-ion. frontini 2IU l'-1 feet on Laudordi'oitrii-t. and running buck CJ feet. Terms easy line penei-i, rtWAYNK.kt.ijl.MAN. Real Estate and Roulal Ag'ts, 75 Miiin st. l.ri-t FOR SALE OR RENT. FOll KALE OR RENT. COTTAGE REST ilnnr-AM at Hlilirawav IStiltioD. near flitv. Pleasant summer retruat. Good lihool and thurches convenient. -.'I-M 8. MUSHY, room is. over mi Front FOR LEASE OR SALE. 17011 LEASE OK SALE EJU11T ACRES OF V f round, suitable for e garden, situated on the Now rlnlnigh road, opi-o-iite Kolbvy'e diiiry. Apply to . H. BKESSKL, bit., 2-t 72 JeirorHon st. FOR I.KASK OR SALE-EIGHTY LOTS, on Heal, riholby, Clinlon, Vance, McCull, DeSoto, Tennessee and Orleans slreots. Sev eral ol tlie.-c ttre lame lots, near Elovator and JJcnl street landing. Alno, many sum 11 lots to lcaeo or sell, choup. on Myrtle, near lieal street, and on Stewart avenue, near llcrnnndo street. W.V. L. VANCE, Mmlison st., VW-tvI-h:! nr Phmniv In-iirnni-o office. WANTED. WANTED-TO PURCHASE TWO LOTS in Fort Pickering on limo-iuarterly payments. Address 82-84 CHARLES, this office. ANTED VAULTS AND C1STBRNS TO clean at 29-.I Second st. J. D FOX. :i3 .w WAKTED-TO INFORM THE LADIES of Memphis that I am cuttingsnd mak ing dresses by Taylor's system of New York. Rring your linings, have them cut, and test the system free nf chance. Respectfully, MRS. J. A. YOST, 243 Madison st., 31-3ri Lute of Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED A SINGLK MAN TO TAKE charge of a small farm audfivoorsix hands. He must come well rocoiumemled. Apply at 258 Front st... up stairs. i'l-.'i W At TED-TO RENT A NICE. COM fortablu houso, with garden, Shelby street preferred. Vt CHA8.N. ERICH. Wr ANTED -HOARDING H0U8KS.-SPK-VY cial attention paid to boniding horses. Hack and buggy horses boarded st t2U per month i also, stalls to rent. Cheap rifles for storing salt, limn, cement, "rn, etc. Apply at 2i6 Union St. 3U-'5) ROGERS iJJI.AKK WANTED. - hECOND-HAND FURNI nitnre. feathers and l.uasehould goods of U kinds bought at 2tM Secor.dtreet. BOARDING. B"oTrXINEHKNTLE.MAN CAN bo accommodated with a neat, front room and board in a private family on Adams street, where there are few boarders, by addressing (with reference) 31. f , S.. Ledger Office. WHITEMORE HOUSE -NOS. 109 AND 111 Adams street, Memphis, Tonnessee. i REDUCTION IN PKICES. On and after the 1st of April, 173, the rates will be as tollows: Per ly 2 00 I-r Hri-k, imthou In room... 7 OO .. .. j .. .i )IU IT Honril 4)0 Large, pleasant rooms for families at mod erate rates, lloiiso located midway between the Charleston depot and the river, on one of the finest streets In the city. Table supplied with the best the market affords, 21 -f A..) Mfl,T,S, M. T. STOVES. SI s". ji v.w ' a-T'.-. HOUSE FURlCSWINO GOODS, Step Ladders, Lamps) ana Tinware, JOB WORK OF ALL KINDS. Repairing Stoves! MADE A SPECIALTY. T. H. JUKEH. No. S28 Secosul 8., Memplsl. llt-w2-15 MUSIC. 1-ln.nna, organs, Kliesi ' f'1 Mnelcal M'rrliolt nil l"r' Hienl. of (in; UeucriplloD, whole sale ami riMHil. i.. II. u. Ilollonhorir fcerpsj the lrf sut and la aelecisMl i-k l IIT. anil a fall asserinuat of Hie hirkpilnic, lloll-nl-rK and Hal- mil A in u Plaiion. the Organs.anil hrasma.nl all rr ln ris in -Ii. Ill lull r nmgle plrree. Kolnar a prai'lK-al plano-tiialser anil a iiinalrlauol IKsits. aail ablllly, auk known lo trie pnklie ans-n alnre ls5S, ptireaa of Ihle naniilc lioniae may l-el ronflilent Itial Iksy 114 II ml all aroiMlnasrlrlly aa 'eP'r aralod anil warranleit, and at moil. s-race prlcea and on ey terina. H nretroonis. So. 74 Second silreet. 11Vt . """ CIGARS, GEO. J GRAYSER. mroRTxtf'-" HAVANA CIGARS, 2J7 Main Mrect, AND Overton Hotel Cigar Stand. PAINTS. ETC. "il.L.PICKERiNGi Exclusive Dealer ia PAINTS, OILS AND rAISTF.KS' JIATKKIAL. All si.es single and doable Uirk Wl Nl)OW J I. A M M . 2.-.7 Serontl St near JetTerson. 1 ;k.i J MaHni ia ..ri-ritnt. Alt r'-dt LV - PUBLIC LEDGE It. Offlcei No. It MadUontstreeU LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION. ir-ins CITY. HUHI'IIIHi Hoaelay Keealac. April 7, PlTTHit mi nnd Ctonel coal nd k coke.' llrown k Jones, oilier 22 Main street, Ilflliul Hlock. LElMiElt LINES. Weatlmr lultry. A profounj philos opher of MrinpUli insists that the more he sees of dogs the lets he thinks of men. The dramitic teaeoii at the Grand Opera House hag closed; on the 2Stb and 29th inst. Lawrence Barrett will ap pear there in HamtKt and Roiedale, The Katie Putnam people left yesterday for Jackson, Tcnn., where they open up an engagement to-night. Prof. Wilson, the Spiritualist, lectured before a large and fashionable audience at the Grand Opera House yesterday. The members of the County Court are in council to-duy. Moiquitoes disturb the repose of subur ban Memphiang sightly; tbey will soon invade the heart of tho city, to the great delight of thoso who hare mosquito bars to sell. The ice-cream saloons and soda water fountains are in full blast once more. The Supreme Ceurt opened up the April term at Jackson today; number! of our lawyers left yesterday for that village. On Wednesday even in? the General Council will meet in ad journed 'session and close up unfinished business. Who will be patriotic and liberal enough to erect a fountain in Court Square? On the Htb the Exposition bal masque come off. On the 18th Griswold will stuff Memphiaus with "Injun Meal" at the Memphis Theater, and each citizen will become a laughing philosopher. Spring sets all animal life in motion, conse quently fighting and shooting are in order. The picnic season will open up in a few weeks. The Avalanche Dar winian philosopher exclaims: "Oh, for a hog and goat municipal government;" the man wants to turn humanity out of office and elect hogs and goats to the va cancies; would theAvalanche philosopher be a candidate at that muncipal election ? The summer tourists are getting ready to " vamoose the ranche," and go to the springs. An elevator at one of our hotels is worked by hydraulic power in stead of steam. Yesterday was Palm Sunday, and the anniversary of Shiloh's bloody combat, which was fought on the Cth and 7th of April, 1802. Custar and regiment left last Saturday evening for the land of the Dacotas. This is Holy Week, and nt tho Catholic churches on Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday evenings will be chanted the office of Tenebrie or Darkness. The Wkkklt Public Ledges can be had at the connting-room to-morrow morning in wrappers ready for mailing; single copy, five cents. Plan ters in this and adjoining counties are busy plowing aud planting. Base ball has beeu revived by the youths of the city in the suburbs. Fans are in demand among belles and beaux. Courting on swinging gates has again become the suburban tuilight amusement of the young people. But eighty-nine citizens spend their spring mornings and after noons in our couuty prison. Easter Monday night, April Uth, the oratorio of the creation ill be sung at St. Peter's church by the leading professional and amateur vocalists of the city, under the leadership of Professor Perring. The Educational Board will meet next Mon day evening ip the Odd Fellows' building. Eight jurors have been accepted in the MoLean embezzlement case on trial in the Criminal Court; the remaining four will probably be secured to-moirow. Not a single State case appeared on the the Recorder's docket to-day. The April term of the First Chanoery Court will commence next Monday, to i which day Court stands adjourned; and the April term of the Second Chancery Court commenced to day. OrricK or Boaiid or KniTiTinv. 1 Mkupihx, 1'ksn., April 7, 1B73. ) To the Editor of the Ledger : Tim Anneal and Avalanche are both mistaken about the School Board meet ing to night. The reeular monthly meeting ia the second Monday in the month, which nill be next Monday, the Uth inst. Q- Cibx, Sec'y. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. Colonel Sidney B. Jones, the ever ig- ilant general passenger agent of the Rultimore and Ohio railroad at Cincin nati, announces improved arrangements fnr ilirnuffh travel, taking ellecUor the summer April 1st. This magnificent route makes the quickest time perhaps of eny Northern route, and yet is noted for safety as well as elegant accomino-iJ-imns. This Is certainly the only line to Philadelphia without change, and the only route to Washington cuy wituoui omnibuslranafersat Baltimore. Through passsugers to all points East can visit Washington City free, an advantage oi- fered by no other line. -. a RiavajioMgw k A..I.M will learn something to their icterfst by cs'ling at the LtDdtR. office. Keel foot rials. A choice lot received this day per tpamer Bella Ueaipbis, and for saie by Vior P. Fuchs, 41 Jefferson street i.dg.?r ' The opening of the Le saloon, Mr. J. B. Downs, proprietor, last balui- day, was a gal affair, and attracted hundreds of citiiens, mho enjoyed lb elecant lunch and fine liquors a ci gars kept by ibe polite and popular pro prietor, who w-.'l continue to set a free lunch dailr at 10 o'clock. The saloon is No. 50 Taioi tireH, in the conuly court baiUiag. ' ngbl M ff r the coort boosa. Bit your woti from C. 11. Johnson. The Keel-leaell Mamtrlefa. At ten o'clock this forenoon, Mr. It. II. Coleman aud Johnny Ket-1- were brought by Sheriff Doyle before Jud):e lUy, ol the Probalo Court, who entered iu an examination of witnesses at tho First Circuit Court-rooui. The Slate was represented by Attorney-General Wright and Col. Turner, the defeinlanll by Col.GeorgeGantt aud Gen. Ilorrigan, The defendants were brought before the Court on a warrant sworu eut by Deputy Rhi-rifTJ. J. DuBuse, charging that K. II. Coleman and Johnny Keel did, on the 4th day of April, 147.1. com mil a murder on the person' of John Newell. Tbe State's witnesses, almost to a man, testified that they did not ate the shooting, but reached the attnept the homicide after the deed had beta committed. They testified that there were two reports apparently of a shot- gua (several of them saw the flashes), and when they reached Mr. Newell Le was asked several times who shot him, lo which he replied invariably " I do not know." Esquire Ilolit, who re ceived his dying declaration some time after and reduced it to writing, tes tified that he informed hi in that II. H. Coleman, bis brother-in-law, shot bim. The testimony went to show that Mr. Newell was looking at Mr. Coleman at tbe time of the difficulty, and was not noticing Johnny Keel, -who was some distance off and who fired the fatal shots, and that Mr. Newell thought that Mr. Coleman had committed the act. Tbe examination of witnesses is in progress as wo go to press, but the probabilities are that Mr. Coleman will be discharged and Johnny Keel held to answer for tbe crime. Johnay Keel is about fifteen years of age, rather small, and possess ing a childlike appearance. He does not seem to comprehend or appreciate the unfortunate position in which he is placed, he being quite too young for that amount of reasoning. Believing that Mr. Newell intended to enter the house and kill bis father, he ran out with the shot-gun and fired both barrels, heavily loaded with buck shot, into the body of Mr. Newell. During the exam ination, when anything of a humorous naluro was brought out in tbe testimony, Johnny laughed as heartily as any out sider. The examination will probably clese sometime this afternoon. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MONET. Puw.io Lnoom Omen, 1 Mehphib. TtNN.. April 7. 1873. J The financial outlook to-day is un changed. The activity that prevailed during last week bus subsided somewhat, and as u general rule the banks report deposits increasing, and the demand for money less active, and areineving along in the even tenor of their ways, aflbrd- ing accommodation to the extent of their means, but makiug it a point to look after their regular customs rather than outside bowowers. Those who are in a position to know express their opin ion that business will be financially un embarrassed duriug thu spring months, though the demand for money, owing to an increased volume of trade, is likely to be ariive. Hank rates are steady at 10 12 t cent., and on the street such pa per as ia sent to the brokers gets a shove of from 2(?ji3 cent, ft month. Exchonge is scarce, and ralei. ubout as reported. New York cheeks sold at c premium, and New Orleans from !&c discount to par bu; ins, and a nremium selling. Gold is 11SJ in N"i York, and is worth 117i(S!ll73 to dealers here, tbe. latter price being paid to supply the counter demand. Nothing of importance in local investments. Memphis sixes (currency) are quoted at 5!f(o.00c; gold, fiOrt)(ilc. Pnst-due coupons, 82J(;85e. Memphis and Charleston railroad shares, 20fj;)22c. Memphis and Ohio railroad shares, 10c. Mississippi and Tennessee, 18c. State Comptroller's warrants, !)S (5;!l9c. Shelby oounty'do., S78'Jo. COTTON. On Saturday 1100 bales were sold. To day there is but little doing, and no changes in prices are reported from either Liverpool or New York. Sales to noon were 400 bales, including strict ordinary at 15Ci lo.lc, good ordinary at KilWKiJo, low middling at 17J18cand middling at 19Jc. The receipts at the seaports wooklyfortha present, and the three preceding seasons coin- pare as ioiiuws 18T3. 1S72. 9.137 12..MU 2H.I'si 34,073 41. Mi .".() (ti.smi 97.440 911,344 lli7,H inn.:ttt 104,74:1 122.12H lHi,f) 1LII.'.I1 TJi.H l:iil,(Si Kw.itis iSl.l'.ll 2ai.'.r2 12i).77:i i,073 K5.274 Rt.OSl 7."i.:Ki2 74 013 49.151 51,4'irt 37.7iS 4ll.li'.li 1871. 11.0S4 17.9W) W.672 tw,!m "().7i4 82,428 85,9:3 l(Si.4( l:r2,(5 R3,(i: 118.6l 14li,74 152,324 1S70. 11.2TW 2i'..:i 48,:mi 54.0241 59,320 fi7,5.Vi 77.:iS.i 7t,318 95.21V, 9:),(H.5 72.648 a5,239 9,7ii7 98.4H0 September 9... NU37 September Hi... W.ftS September 21... 4S,(ITii September 30... 65.7:10 ueioocr i - n,-i' October 14 ),& nt.,hoe 91 JV.tt.(IW4 October 28 113,it!l iSovemtjcr i...i-i.fv-Noveinber 9...134,4!s. November lh..H8,'.i73 November 2I...UU.0 November BI...U1.IW1 December 6....Hn.771 December 13....1!i!.Wi December 3n....llfi,:X December 27....HH.42S i i nil '11 55,71t lll.lllll l:l210 113.819 124.M) 109.577 lnl.lill 1S2.5W l:i'i.Ul) i.V),.nrt 150.O lW.liW 137.401 i:H,06i :tt,(Kt l:.21 liM.574 ' 78.310 76,324 ii9.8:t Jauuary loV.....:.W-J 88,743 tl5,4'..l 1H0.2H8 100,208 1)7.568 94,624 80,747 80.747 67.W5 4:i.rt".T .Vi.lWl 41,474 January If iM.mi January 24 IJJ.ijJ January 31 115.7 .1 February 7 February 14 12,("S Fobruary 21 HW.7WI February 2(i HH.2iWt March 7 March 14 W'l March 21 71 Marches .7I7 Anrll 4 I'JiiJi U4,i'i7 6S,I'2 m. - .. I .....wA.l A1. Ill, .M.IIe ineioliowiog eiiiiii.. Sllinnicnis. sines ami in.. v. -y.- in Memphis, beginning with tho week ending 1? . u-. a DCi'leuivvi . ltcc'ls Sliip'i u 2.4-v) 3.1151 5.491 6 697 T.MJ 12.1ml 12.64 4 14.C6 11.''"' 12 7i j."i t'o l4.KSt i.rii 17.'l 16..V.1 9.Vv1 12.4o 8.7n lo.t'H Sulci. Price. Septcinhpr A... fj'l 21 l'''( i4 .si. l-.i Is-' 18Ti 19'li h V''. V'--, 2V4 7.0 S.VIO 2.6"4I 3.1MI 4.) a. mi in. 5.1 9.7m 12. ".(I ll.'SSI I'-,7'SI 11.1(11 vm 5.0 11 .ii'4) S DO 8.1 .1 11.1'SI 7.4.11 U J..-.l . 4.11 jl, im ,1.7 11 11 H a.'-l ellIea'le lo - i.ri ,vi,lii.iber 23.. 3.2U 4.118 Si'pteuibcr 3i.. ll,..ilier . 6.1" October 14... Ooiiil.ir ') OctolierM November 4 v.. l...r 11 ..:!' .li. f .R9.8 lo.ulii November It .11. "9 November 2'...17.2i9 Ilei-cuibrr 8..14.1SI December -HA'2 Dceiiibir l'i...l' " Dei-tu.bov 2.1 Dvrwiiiber January 6.... Jaouiiry YS January 20. ... January 27.--. Feliruaiy 3.. rV,rnr In FeMuary 7 February tl Starch .1 Mar.-li 1",.,,, March 17 lUrca 24 M.rci .!...- ij.O'J .. Ii.' ..lo.l"l ..l'l.'fJl ..l'..i"4 ..13.'' ii m; ."1 ).'! ..ii.i-" ..il.1.17 ,.U If :.i2,7 ..H.ii'J ii.- 6.11-8 l!'.'i) ii,s'ii .4e 7. ""6 11.7,. i" . 1.1 1 -.4.9 , j.V.7 . i.i-'4 li-'i April ri ' r7 . iVi, wrk a. .hown in the Hue weeil'ls f"f inewer.. . .eTV4lN.5ffi : ia"at 'he ",B week i. lt-AI. .. . .... i. j ci.ia. Mrta tioce riei receipu .1 an i n ' ," Friday .leaing and lor tbe same time last yt at asefjioMows: Ree.i4s . t. ?.y KlI-iirM U liial llr.ta .-... Y 11ru to Ike on. tinea I tlvik- S6 ' 1872 The Mluwing table .hows the krice of aiid dlma euilua litre, lit New York end New ur ban, end upl.uds at Liverpool on this date for Ibe pa.l tu ear si Middling kere ?"..JJ Now Vera ...;: i', - New Orleans - l.lrKHil ..!! ."II Uuld eslu ITI 81' ,1 ell', Tbe following Is a comparative dally state ment of receipts, sic, at l.ttipbl. for this and u. lau iiiwi luu. avu. I 171 Receipt... l.srry rkipiueau ... :i,4.. Murk .: Total reo.i,i. to dale...:V.I.:ut Tot'l skipiuruts to dala..lU.ti;o iTi 4'X 4.110 ?'.,'.i :tr',.ni :u.,i;i 1TTI 1.1'-' 2."j) 24.; 4 4A-.4 4 4 51'.' turoBTa. Memphis and CharlesU,n railroad. 21 Mia.usippi and i.en.s.eejrailroed..-.. 1 -; M.uiphis akd Dbiu railroad '-"-1 Mempkis and LilUe Rurk railroad 112 Meaiuers ...H.M .. llli't baliin.ted per w ago as and other souroc s.. "5 siroara, Memphis and Charleston rallroad..... 4n MiMi.sippi and Tsniies railroad. m 217 Memphis and Ohio railroad..........-. .157. Steamers, "f h ... 1 n . 1 New OaLgias. April T. 11::J a.m. CaittAia Is In fuir demand. Middling, 19'et no sales ut-4y. riigbl i. hange, ).o ditauunt. btei' liug exchange, 27c. N.w Vi. April 7. 10:25 a.m. Cottuit opens quici. Ilr.lin.rf ).,', Good Oril i oary.., I7 Low Midilliog..........,...... al , Middlina.-...-..- ih'' A labaina...M.,.......N..,,.. miO Orleans..,. . w J '' 4 Texae .. ., .. i.n 11:10 a m Futures are stiady: sales for April. 19 I-I60; May, l'.c; June, 19: .0; July, 19 15 liie. ri: p.m. Cottoa Ii .niiut. Foot .ales to-dav.' ! futures, bales, bales for Juilu, 19 1.1-lo,'. Oold .. Ordinary ...... Oood Ordinary... Low M iddling... A laba miia (U18H t-17'-, 19'J Orleans . Ih2n Texas - .. (i2uVi livasrool.. Anrll 7. 11:30 a.m Cotton Is dull but steady. Uplands, 9l-,"('.''.d; Or leans, 9'.d. 1:30 D. re. Cotton Is uuict but ileailv. Ud- landa. 9',.','K,I: Orleans. 'fiA. bales. 12.0U hales, ol which 2KD were for export audtnecu- lition. UKNKBAIa market. APPLKS-Dull at tl 00-54 OS for inferior to choice. Ilbfal- Fresh fors'ioartera. 4'S6c: hind. I 911c: mc, (I t bll. tin 1 mil w estcrn held at X338ci Inlorlor, :20c. Common, '.Twa-iOc. HAUrJIN(-llang.a Irani 13'.'314S for light and heavy brands. KKAM-Dullatt iw17 0n ton at the levee and 41 60 Vt lis lbs from store in small way. Corn bran, 14(tl5. Ship atu.T, 115 U0 V tun from the levee, and dull. It lIlllV SnriirinHul !ian.a ..Sain 1Tal4c canvassed, ll)(4l5c; break faat bacon, HSll'i for plain and canvassed t clear sides, 10c; shoulders, 7,4.-t clear rib, 9e on orders. For round lots Vh"c lower. BKAMX Firm at :l 15ISJS 25 V b-nshel, for navy, and Si 7."K3 for choir We.tcr n. UlilC'hKNb Mixed. t.i 504 fJ! ..ens. W; roosters, 3"i3 50. ANDLLs-iirm. Licht nnd full weight. 20i21c. CUKEKE Westornand Knrlh.rn. Il4l6'c: dairy. 1V'l'.ic, es in ouality. COTT0AN-bKD Firm at 19 ton at tbe levee. COFFEE-Mcndy: R e. 21ft20e! old gov ernment Java, 28c. OAUBAUliri Hull for Inferior: choice firm at 8 V crate, and scarce; from Ratboad, ijil2( ia f iisi. COHN-K.iv: Kvt:i7n for vallnw en if whi'e. shelled from levee; un orders, riniiioe; ear, loone. 5f47e; sacked, o.'ly.Vifl, COKN-MKAL-D11II: delivorod at SI 45: from slore. 42 5IS1' .V,. CKA.NBEKItlKS-IJullat I10!1200 W bin. iiuttiU r ut 11 Annies. 4(4ic w n: peaches, 4((5c. uiiuhs hcarce: S3 wsn4 nn m dmen ror live, KUOrS- Dull at I.V0I60 for Western uncked and tresn. FLOUK-Kasier: low eradeg. 5 00m 00: medium, 17 OiKaS 00: family a, id fancy, f'J 00 tll IN). OKKSE-Dull at f 0X97 01) D doten for live. UUNNIES-Seeorid-hand buL-lans. 16c : new. 19c. HAY Dull at 2ofl21 for fair to prime Western Arkansas prairie, U14(3lb; western from storo, II ftOMl 6) f 100. KKAU'I Viniet at S9041II ft bbl. LKMONS Dulb.it 15 lK5 50 w bor LIME Finn at SI 50ml I S bbl for Ala bama. ' LARD Dull: f orce refined. 'ii9c: keg do., 9SV.I10: pu.il, loye; tins., V'HWAc. MUt,ArtJi irm; good to Choice Louisi ana, Ii.iCcaj.siic ; syrups, 45f'io. N AU.S Stendv at S5 Anfa i 60 rates. 0KAM1KS In good supnlyi Palmero dull at S3 liktrt M ner box. ON.itN5-Stock light. Sr.lcs at H 004 50 V bbl. OATS Sales at, 42fa143 fop prims mixed at the levee, and 45(846c from utoro. T U KK E 1 S F in. at f I8fn22 f) dozen for live. FORK Wo quote: paoked from store, clear sides, UMcV-"io; clear rib, tJTj,i9c; dressed bora. eVHHc; shouldcm. fifWOSc; hams, lu'i illt; mess pork. 417 -''i. ltound lots of bulk meat. Vmiujo lower fr.im levee. FOTATOKS Flat; russets. 41 80; peachblows S2II0; pinkeyes, S2.fiOa f bul; seed varie ties, J3 "sj(93 75. , woet, 44 755 8 bbl. MJUAK Finn; We quote: ooflee A, 12"c; extra C. 12Cal2V: crushod and powdered, 14c; Louisiana, 8cli',c, bALT 2 35":) 25 bbl. domestic and dairy. TIES Are firm; 8(H the inside price for lots of not less than 5HO bundles. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. BOATS ADVERTISED TO LEAVE. Mary lloyd Arkansasriver, Tuesday. 5p.m Belle Lee New Orleans, thisday 5 p.m Julia Vicksburg, Tuesday 10 u.ia Andy Baum.-.t'inoinnati, Wednesday... 5 p.m Belle.MoinnhiK St. Louis, this day - 5 p.m Phil Allin Friar's Point, this day...- 5 p.m Cleburne While river. Tuesday 5 p. 111 tit. Kepitblii:..New Orleans. Wednesday 5 p.m l.ongworth. ...Cincinnati, 'x'uesday 6 p.m Richmond New Orleans, Tuesday 5 p.m OhasBoduian.New Orleans, Tuesday ....4 p.m ARRIVALS. Steamer ChdUoI City, St. Louis. " Diamond, Louisville. H. W. Skillinger, Pittsburg. U. C. Yaeger, St. Louis. " Mary Houston, New Orleans. " . City of Alton, New Orleans. " St. Francis, Wittsburg. Phil Allin, Friar's Point. " Dexter, St. Louis. " Shannon, New Orleans. " Octavia, Red river. " Marble City, Vicksburg. " A. J. White, Napoleon. " Belle Memphis, St. Louis. " Argosy, White river. " Sam llale, New Orleans. " Cleburne, White river. " Frank Forest, Hale'e Point. DEPARTURES. Steamer Jas. D. Parker, Cincicnati. " It. W. Skillinger, Bed river. - " Dexter, New Orleans. " Capitol City, Vicksburg. " Mary Houston, Louisville. " City of Alton, St. Louis. " Shannon, Cincinnati. " Diamond, Louisville. " Octavia, Mound City. " Marble City, St. Loois. " H. C. Yaeger, New Orleans. " Sata Hale, Cincinnati. " Argosy, Mound City. boats tx roar. St. Francie, Phil AUin, City of Au gusta, A. J. White, Belle Memphis, Cle burne, Frank Forest. Daily report of taa stage of water and the changes during the twenty-four hours ending at noiAO to-day 1 1 Above low I water. I Changes. Sulioas. Rise. 1 Ft.. In. I Fall. Ft. 1 In. et, 7i In- Pt. Paul Fort Benton Omaha . lavenport...-. .eavenworlh Keokuk Cairo M. Lonis I'itl-burr Cincinnati l.ouimll . Meiiii-'hia 5 n 15 12 u JS J, 4 Wkiburg I f-hreveport ' Nashville New Urlean!.- I 1 IBelowkigh water of IsTl. t;j.s ( I in.i.r.iee e report elrker rl St.li r.ary; t ruiog .a . 1 S. W. filU'v. i ' qbervrigiialSfrv,e, U-. A TUB HtVEHS AS'I) WlATUt.ll The rin at Cairo has been checked temporarily, but tbut now pasaiug Ht, Louis from the Miaaouti will oausu furtlu r swell of a few intlus, aii.l the water will bo pleuly deep for ai-vcrul weeks for the Urgi-st boats to come out from St. Louis with all the freight they can carry, if they run get it. Tbn Mis souri I ins u"eood stage all the way up, and onn boat baa already lelt St. Louis lor the mountains. I lie upper Missis sippi is low yet, but heavy rain, fall 11 1 and above Burlington last wet-k, and there will doubtless be a good Ir;! 10 Lake Petim. and we should not li sur prised lo bi-ar uf open navigation to ML Paul during the week. The Ohio bus all the water nrcesaary for boats, and ha tributaries are in good conJition. The Arkansas is stationary, with five feet to Little Book, and White river has the same depth lo Jai-k.ionport, but neither of them are sending out mui li ol the atanlo. tin! blatiters generally being engaged in putting the seed into the irrfiunil for the next crop. The lower streams are low, and are not likely to rise soon. The weatber yesterday was lcar and pleasant. To-day a drlight tul breazo was stirring during the uiorn intr when, at eight a.m., the mercury stood at 73. BUSINESS. .Yealerdav'a arrivals numbered thir tiien. and the departures ten. All of tho downward bound boats were well laden air.d as a rule those going up bad light fr.hts Among- the locul rackets in ...a ih SL Francis, with ill! 7 bales of nnitnii. 1101 sacks ol seed, and the Phil Allin Lad 205 bales of cotton and 2(i sa.-kiof seed. The Parker, for Ciucin n.ii. left at noon Yesterday with 711 bales uf cotton, and her hurricane bar ricJed with 'emcty beer krgs. The Yaeger brought lor this city D7 wagons and. 52ti hales of bay from Cairo, and added fjSO sacks of oil cake for New Orl cans. The Marble City came up last nig hi, put off 52 bales ol cotton, aud lelt at 10 a.m. to-dy for St. Louis. Tbe Anroiiv. with Dan Kice's circus, arrived lrr.10 White river, and goes un tho river, The, Belle Memnhis. now at the elevator, brought :'.21G barrels Uourand meal, 2163 sackM of corn, 970 sacks of oats, 410 kei'a of beer. 2'2-"i head of stock and 10 hulr.il of cotton, havini: in all 700 tons. The Cleburne, from White river, brought 103 bales of cotton, aud reshipped oj hiilea for New Orleans. She broke her T bead and bent her piston rod twenty miles above Helena, and came up on one wheel. Tbe Sn!m Hale and barges came up this morning, coaled and left for the Ohio, me A. J. nnueDrougni un 97 bales of cotton and 100 sacks of aperl. For Abkassas River The Mary Boyd departs to-morrow afternoon. For Whitk River The Cleburne is tbe regular luesday jacket. For Cixi'IXKati The Andy Baum de nnrta Wednesday afternoon. For St. Loris. The Anchor Line's mailbnnt for this afternoon is the Belle ffeuiohis, Captain John Urane, Billy f 1:' inter- and lirnnnock cashier and sec rotArv. which leaves for Cairo and 1st. I.nnia at five D m. For Friar's Poikt. The Phil Allin, Captain James Lee, leaves as above this afternoon, stopping everywhere on the rev for freieht aud passengers, stucu I i, ia r-hief clerk. FoiiVicxsBt-Ro. The popular steamer Julie, Captain Wm. Blake, leaves for Vicksburg and Mississiopi generally at ten a.m. to morrow, jouh uiuac, 1.54 , ; hpr venial clerk. Fob New Orleans. Toe elegant steamer Richmond will be down to leave t B n m: to-mor.-ow for New Orleans. For New Orleaks. We learn by a special telegram tbut tbe popular Ohio river and New Orleans steamer Charles Bodmann v.. II be down to-morrow 10 leave at 4 p m. for Vicksburg, Natchez nil Xpw Orleans For New Ori.eakr. The departure of steamers to-day will be unusually in teresting, and will serve to attract n.n unusual crowd of visitors .o the blurt's, tbe fact being that the fc.aml anu unn valed steamer Belle Lee v., II be among ikom She leaves the landing at five o'clock this evening for New Orleans and .11 war nnrts. CoDtaiu J. F. Hicks, than whom a more efficient commander can not be found on the Mississippi river, uns charge of the hurricane roof and su perintends all matters in relation to the craft while under way. In the office v "' be found J. S. Sullivan, the purser of the packet, who wi". see that you are prop erly labeled and atowed awav in a com fortable rcom for the trip. Frank Smith ia one of the ablest providers on the viffAP For Cincinnati. That unsurpassed packet N. Longworth, Capt. Lew Kates, leaves Tuesday at 6 p. m. for Cincinnat, I.nnisville a.d war landings. The Long- worth is one of the best managed pack els that comes to this port, and" ought to rnpoivA a Pood triD bv her hour of de parture. Mr. Eugene Bowers is the chief clerk. miscellaneous Mosnuitoes were as thick at the river lt nicht as rattlesnakes in the swamps of Arkansas the land of the free and the home of the brave legislators, who declare negroes shall ride in steamboat ratlins. The wreck of the It. 1 . Walt is once more under water. 1 ae bluff between Court and Monroe streets is adorned with the handsomest patent medicine bulletin board to be found in any citv along the river. Gargling Oil, looth-ache I'owdere, Ilounh's Everlasting Balsam of Life," " Mndoe Cod Liver Oil." and a few other gingerbread colored signs greet the eye of the passengers on the bouts going up and down. As they pass, the unsophis ticated wonder if that old tank really contains all the good things advertised on its. four; Bides, and those who have "traveled" are curious enough to inquire if that is the city's magazine for cholera and small-pox medicines. Won't the natives be surprised, though, when they see one of the same kind on each bluff 1 What a splendid "recommende it will be lor the health of the town. The latest reason assigned, and a good one, for so large a number of boats passing' the city without landing, is that each and every bout landing here is compelled to furnish an extra meal to passengers a'ter leaving. That is quite expensive, as the passenger travel is heavy, but there isn't a soul on the con tinent ih.it could keep a square meal down after getting a glimpse at the old pill-tank on the bluff, and conse quently all boats touching the landing have to provide " fodder" for the passen gers who are taken snddenly sick after arriving. Under these circumstances the question naturally arises bow will the wharfage receipts be increased? The latest from the W. J. Lewis is that she will prove . total lots. She had no hull insurance, but held a tire r.sk. Her freight list was insured for f loott. Kain was failina this morning, ai Louis, Cincinnati and several othorsiaall 1 towns along the rivers aoovr. i James Bias Parri.-h, the Slogi Peirk. . .1 . f .1.:. Vfafa m..mA,m is in tne employ oi u.w.- penitentiary convicts. 'Jhe V.. P. liracey, the sirine wooder cf I fce western watrts, iH j.robal.'y soon le itiirodurf J int' the Hurry county ufjivr Ceaabfrlacd) trsJe. Captain Thomas pasicl through the city the other day 011 his way tu Little Itm-k to look after the Edinburg. TowboaU are) in demand ou the Il linois river. Thirty to forty gtoat ice barges aro lying lit d dTcrunt points wuit ing to bo towed sauth, and the owners cannot get the in moved quickly by low honts fur any price. While taking corn on the bend below Cairo, (he (ilem-on caught lire iu her texaa, but the Humes were extinguished before serious damage was done. IIriktwooii. Huya M. Hire's frit of April resignation and Ihn alruuiboit rare, aa well as other nruu.luli.in sella gotten up lor tbe occasion, aregoini; the reunite of the press The H.hi.t on Wednesday night saddle bugged her self on a pier of (Jrand Puss lirul.i in the Illinois, aud her stern is bully ilum- ag-d The circus bout Argosy gors up to Mound City The river at noon alood twenty-eight fea-t one inch above low water Ned Outlaw rrluriir.1 vestenlay from New Orleans. Major Adama will return Weduesduy I hi f'larksvillo was titkell OH the dorks at New -Orleans Saturday mid 00111. -s oil' Thursday The I'tuh arrived at Pine Bluff lust night willi some of the Pink Varble's freight, and returned to the Varble for the remainder tins uinrii- ing The Mollie EUert nod Kinilie LaBargo passed Pine BlulT Ibis morning, bound down The Belle Leu rvu 4!2 bales of cotton at Ilopclicld to-day The Great Republie gets ln-r, as one item, one ton of Female Kilters E irked in boxes The .Ktnu, IVa ody and Franklin insurance compa nies of Wheeling, Va., lose $1!IIII0 each by the loss of the Pink Varble Had il not been for the coal Hat the Pink Varble took from the mouth of White river, some of her crew would have been drowned. She went down so quickly, aa it was, they had barely time to get on the barge. All of the stock, as wi ll hi the freight 011 the boiler deck and tbn wagons and buggies on tho rool'l wuu saved. 4 STEAMBOATS. Far Cairo and PH. I.onla. Memphis and St. Louis Packet Company For llu kman, Columbus, Cairo and M. Louis. BELLB MEMPHIS Crane, mailer W1 ILL LEAVE AH ABOVE . r- THIS DAI, 7th instant, at UK S p.m. AD. STORM. Treasurer. For Arkansas stiver. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Com pany II. 6. Mail lAine ror Piue BI111, Litile Kock, and all puiuts through to Fort bmith. MAKY BOYD R. L. Hainos, master WTlLh LEAVE AS ABOVE ON 'J-Sm? V TUESDAY. A oril 8th. at 5 p.m. 1 JUll.-M N. HAKlSlIN, Agent, 32 33) Office on Wharf boat, loot ofCourtit. for New Orleiaaa. Memphis and New Orleans Packet Company ror iiew urieans .nu lue lieuus. BKLLE LEE J. F. Hicks, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE , er-s. THIS DAY. 7th instant, JkZtJ at 5 p.m. av. ,7 ,m J. T. WASHINGTON. Ag'l. 41-tj Madison street. For VlakNl.arfc. Momiihis and St. Louis Packet Company U. ft. .Man Liiee ror iieieuii. Ubicot, UreeD villa, Vicksburg and way landings. JCLIA Blake, master WILL LEAVE AH ABOVE . -- . on TUESDAY. 8th instant. I eIKt? at 10 a.m. ' ' AD. BTORM, Treasurer. For 4'inolnuall. Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Company r.irrairo, tvansvnie, ijouisviiie and Cin cinnati. ANDY BAUM , H. J. Vinton, master rnHIS ELEGANT PASSENGER sptay 1 steamer will leave aa above WEDNESDAY. 9th inst ,ut 5 p m V. P. WALKER. Sui.'L 32-.1t Office on wharfboitt, toot Court st. For Cincinnati. Cincinnati and New Orleans Packet Co. ror Cincinnati and way landings. NICK LONU WORTH Lew Kutes, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE , ' on TUESDAY. 8th instant. LstUV&r? at 8 p.m. efci.-jriai W. f. WAL.KEK. Agent, on Company's Wharf bout, lout Court st. 32-33 For New Orleans. For Vicksburg, Natches and New Orleans. (HAS. HODMAN 0. P. Shinkle, master WfLL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON , m. Tl'ESDAY. Sth instant, at WV?! P. in. ror ireignt or nassago ap- " ply to J. T. WASHINGTON, Ag't, 32-3-1 4.-3 mauison street. For New Orleans. SL Louis and New Orleans Packet Co. For V luksburg, INatchei and M- Urlouus. RICHMOND N. 8. Green, master 117ILL LEAVE AS ABOVE VV TUESDAY, 8th instant, at o clock u. m. ' J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 32-33 4!i, Madison street. For New Orleans. Memphis and New Orleans PACKBT, JOHN B. MAUDEi-'---! P. Nosu. Master I Ai-r. URissou...Clerk WILL RUN IN THE TRADE THE EN tire year, kaving MempUis EVERY ALTERNATE THURSDAY. as ro 1.1.0 wr: Tbarxl.y, March I3lli. Tho raday, March 2Tlh, Tbnrsday. April 10th, Thursday, April IMIb, Thnrailay, May nth. Tliai-aday, May 23d, ThnrsMtay, June) Bill, Thnrailay, June lttlh, 144-xvi-92 Thnrailay, Jnly 3d. For White and Little lied It i vers Far DevalTa llluir, Anstnela, Jark- soupurl, The Splendid Passenger Steamer ' PAT CLEBURNE, Mii W. J. Ash ford, master. I D. P. Davis, clerk. LtAVK EVSRV Tncsday darliiu the sca-son, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage aim 1 1 low. r . WALKER, nt his wh.irlht.at. I".'t of I ourt street, or K. B. MILLKK. No. 2 Elliott Block, Promenade street. Freight received at the foot of Jeflerson street Memphla. Hslee.aml rlar relal Srwi-n rrij .-. The elegant passenger steamer FFIIL ALLIN James Lee, uiaaer T IAVES MEMPHIS MONDAlS a- te I i .J KIIIAVS. at5o.m. For I VwT freight or passage apply on board. T ' FerSI. Franrla Klvrr. Regular Toesd.iv P.ick.-t-For all wsy find ing. On 111 .1USS1S.I.. Ml ll.iril-1, ' " - rinlle. to Marianne, an 4 bt. Fraucii ruer lo Witlsburg- ST. FRANCIS T. R. Bowman, nulii TILL LEAVE MEMPHIS AS ir- I above every II KIA I. ai .. - -7 clock n.lo. For freight if pas- " ace apply on board 14.-? rnlihls ana Arkaau. Kleer 1-srS. rl (empaai I . St. Mall l ias. milg ELEGANT PASbFNUKR HOATS IT I this line leave Menu ni" 'or an r-nn. m Arkansas nver meaUaya anal halnr elara as ft n.m. J.iHV N. II . RUIN. Aret. 4rt Office oa V. kartft-at, Ml,.il it. CHEEK LINK. Memphis Ylrkslinrt; l'i let Cu. Par Htlsaa, Frlar'a fr.ini, Naata Imb. anal (a Krm-. V. S. MAIL LINK T.) NAr- LI N. Steamer A. J. Lil, Ma'k R. Ckeek , e,.rl.r Leaveslir 4VAV tndlr.IL A, at i r 117 Poplar street '