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BoWMANC."".. MACHINIST AND Scale Factor, Main streot. Special iiitoritiun Riven to repairing senilis -t tp A. FISHER, SUCCESSOR TO FISHER, 1 . Amis it Co., uiarblo dealara, oor. Adama lr-IThir.1. :H t PERSONAL. PERSONAL -A FAIR CHANCE THE 1 party who atola one of my trunki from my room, Ayroa Building, cm retnin tho black suit, o.. thing and underwear, and no lurtnar uetiona will be ake.l, if he return a.iid trunk, with papers and other urticloa, to No. 274 Scooud atret, or aioaimrSt Francia 112-114 L'lJ . K. TIIIKMK. LOST. I r.e'P a duatt 1)1 in; IMF) TAN M-J DIULi XIIV U1IUOI all "Jt aim a ti j w " 1... I K - ..I 11 rtlnrkrnr. SnilUTA J slut. lh tinder will be liberally rewarUi h a,.n ut 11 Mnrlcnt Snimrfi. "iu-ii ELLEN FURDY FOUND. bWUND-A SMALL SILVER HBAU&u cnae; three letters engraved on the he'd. At thia unioe. 113-115 WANTED. WANTEU-SITUATION BY A YOUNG in b ii aa book-keeper or assistant book keeper, one who ia fully competent. Beat of references can be given. Adureaa A.r.W., this otlico. 114-119 WANTED A GOOD COOK. WASII.ER und ironor (white) for a email family. Apply to Mil Adama atreet. 1U-117 WANTED VADLT8 AND CISTERNS TO clean. J. I). Fox. 39 Union at. 85-1 I710R RENT 1101 HIS Or tOL KKOOMS A. WlUliuuro . . on street railway. Address ( oliice. ' L within nve minutes iyiukiu toiiru !. tlfti-A. Ledger 114-T FOR RRNT-111 AN D 1W VANCE STREET, two brick tenemen's, ten rooms each ; ex cellent ooiidition; good wntor. Apply to 112-lil T H. EDGINGTON. 18 Madison it. tfo7lRENT-A WELL ESTABLISHED IJ Millinery and Dross making aland, 61 lion! ttroet, and fixtures for sale. Apply at m Main street. 112-115 pOU RENT EIGHTEEN ACRES LAND F with good improvements, within two miles of Court Square, convenient to atreet ears. A good place lor a gardener. Apply at No. 4 Howard a Row, lront office up-atuirs. J ll-llti poll RENT-HS COURT; SUITABLE FOR !"' an elegant Rkbmiksck or tor BciAitumo Ilm sK. W. A. WHKATLkiY. llo-iil 280 Main atreet. I70R RENT-NO. 104 HERNANDO. NEAR P Vance, as Stir or Kksiiiknce. very rea xonuhle. W. A. WHKATLKY, lln-121 280 Main street. I r?0R RENT A STABLE IN REAR OF NO. ..i i a U,.tM.nan UnAiinH anil TbirU. amiable for urooory. carriage or dray liorsea Apply at " r Main stroet. R"-t rrou RENT-Fur.NisnED and bnfcr- V niahed rooms, at 142 Madison street. Good roforence required. Only gentlemen mvitci. 7For7rent-the room next door to J Ledger office, one of tho.beat atands in the city. Apply at Ledger office. 5i!L lORRENT-COTTAGE HOUSECONTAIN r ing five rooms, No. 89 Robeson street; also cottage house, No. 40 Kobeson street, contain ing four rooms. Apply at No. 87 Adama street. "-T Yv.li HUNT-STORES. COTTAGES, OF- 1: ficos, sloepiug-rooms ana one storeroom on Main atreet. Apply to . MuRAH. MYERS A SNEED, 25-f 27i)4 Main atreet, up staira ITIOR KENT A BRICK fcl'UKU uuuo; un V Adams street, near Front Row. A brick dwelling house on Fourth atreet, and a cot tage house on Henry atreet, opposite, the Cath olic Orphan Asylum. Apply to ,. kSt WM. r . H AUUi.. a waai'on n. LOR HENT-HTOKKllOUfeii so Mia i? street, formerly occupied by A. llarru. jjfl. No. 12 Madison itreet. "n6lUUTUIvPER FL06R7ai7M AIN H street, low to a dUAy 'Soif SENT -TWO NICK FtHMSHED ! rooma. with bonrd fur mar and wile, or ! yourg men. Jiercreuco 1 j. SKI Hernando street. -T IWlfHEST-FOR THE YEAR 1S74. MY V place on the Horn Lake road, three miles from the cily, and known as the Jacobi Flace. House ha nine rooms, with five acres of ground attached, well atoeked with fruit treaa, A Bin,md:d place fTl gardener. Apply to I v) IkVi-K."OV. W M-..H. n at. . FOR SALE. "foiTuENT-A SMALL COTTAGE WITH V three acres of ground, aui'able for a mar ket garden, three miles from the city. Apply t X. ii. EDU1NGT0N. W Maaiaon at. 113-12S J.'.OR SALE TOHEY'S PATKNT V, EAT It -f erslraps are warranted to cicluie air, , ow, rain an I dust from any description of ",, and wu.dows. r or ia e by Hook A La JiriH sole agejit, SMSccond atreet. 107-1.2 'OR t'ALE A GOOD RIDING OR R0CKA- n i. orso, cnean. .an'1.'. iut-ii5 M.'L. MEACHAM4C0. ."l 77,f iiLvtiiL'vnD Ki 'lR Linden street. For terms apply to me at the Uoseto Bauk. T FARSSW0I!TH. ' as any in tho market. Apply to " SNOWDEN.OV'EKl'UN i CO.. H t 2i.t Second street . FOR SALE OR RENT. iKudrsALrNT-HOUSES. GARDEN t and farming land for ffX way. Memphis anci i. narioowu i.... -.,vn u.ye. trom '-J',snT. W Front ,treet. F O R S A L E A NDRfjl LKSAlrXNirRENT-A DAIRY FARM. r 7i acres rl. h land, on Cow Mand road.dS miles from Memphis, r ortv eows. acclimated, f ,r sole on the plaeo. The place has been used M a dairy, hasgood dwellingand out-lionsul, cotton gin end house. Iho farm will be rented and cows .old on r-oasmmble "'riua. Apply t Lou s llanauer. guard an of juinor "rr-nt street. NOTICES. IVrsonal lToperty Must be Listed by Owners. Mayor's Off ck. City Ham.. I Mkmphir, Tksn.. Jan. i, 1M. i ..Divrni.-n 11V T1TY ORDI- nance that owners of any and all kinds of ,.r onal property snail, unner nmn ,.oo. l:r. list toe same to the City A-fwmn, such " tl include all moucy owing by bill, note. ., cm n.1- mortgage, bond, deed o! trust. ygree . judgment, all hares in any bank, ti'.' or company located in Aiemphis. ull l'ul,,,,' . ,hat BT0 taxable. 1 inoomefrein enumerated tnf Y'at are exempt from taxa bonds V ail household and kitchen fllrnifur'; , h nd V""d rd a.lver plat, and jew f ill .dia.u , e earriarea an bugg.es. all he s.o g, '"' The llty Ai-s-'foM nut enumerated: Hrrby Not O o"" r-nrnrd . ... h..fnrr .InnnArvlO. -"V:'w liV,";"il bo furnished thos. i iu's. '."mackall. CASITTER. ;,,h Flttcrtiud number, 10 JEiriRNOX STREET, 1 T;rtwn At-.;n I.H Trent ' M-VH LUMBER, ETC LUMBER, LATHS - AND - SIIINOLES -TE n Y ON II AN DA LARGE STOCK riv. n-rth ''i-RAWUX. a i- LIVERY STABLE. MAMMOTH STABLES, Noh. 70 and 85 Monroe Bt. . ROARDINO FOR HORSES AND CARE OK vi,i..u. Der month. Storaa. for ve hicles, feed and other articles in a large and dry room, at low pneea. . CARD. O TV. I t I . OUR TERMS ARE CASH OR PROMPT pay On the First of tho Month, And tlinse failing to aettle their monthly ac count W1TU1N TEN DAYS from lirat of the month Their Accounts will be Discontinued. We are compelled to meet our obligations at maturity, and must aak those that hare MONTHLY HIl-I-M To oblige ua by doing the same. TAYLOR, JOY CO , 98 124 SI 2 Mnin street. JEWELRY. JET PALACE, 326 MAIN STREET. Atteutiou, Ladies! We will sell our stock of Solid Gold Goods at an immense reduction, pitying more attention to our Fancy Goods departments. Some very fine seta, watches, chains and rings at cost. Mow nrriviJi nf .Iff Diindg. lari?A rub ber chains with crosses, beautiful pat tcmo hracpletn. huir ornaments, oxid ized goods, French ei't. etc.. etc. 1. tiUE.3uur.li a iU.t Asouia. 102-t PUBLIC LEDGER. OBIcet Ko. 13 MadlKon Street. LAS6EST CITY CIECULATI0N. THE CITY. MJi;MPH18i nendar Kvenfnc. Jan. la, 1874. ' J. W. X. BnowNK, the Jeffewon street plumber, gits and steam fitter, is pre pared to execute all orders in his line with neatness, cheapness and dispatch. His number is lfi Jefferson street, be tween Main and Front. 114 Fresh oysters received daily at Ma dame Vincent's Crystal Palace. Served in every style and in cans to families. 6t News. Billy Lieben, successor o Joe Locke, at the old news stand on Main street, near the corner of Jeffer son, has all the latest daily papers, pic torials, monthly magazines, periodicals, etc. Go and see him and make pur chases. Orders for job work solicited by J. F. Fischer, 92 Beal street. 114 James Corwis has received for Janu ary, Frank Leslie's, Demorest, Harper's, Godey, Peterson s, J5oys of hngland, Millinery and Dressmaker, Christmas number of Bow Belle, and all the late weekly publications. New house that Jack built, 283 Main street. riAXOS! PIAKOS! And Miaioal Instruments of all kind, cheap for the Holiday!. Go to 274 Second street, opposite Court Square. . .. . . . . i He has the Deal aasonuicuv vi mum.yii on hand. Thosb small tables at Willett's are magnificent. 95 1 No OKI would day on the large tables after trying those small ones at Willett's. t Flail ! Fiah ! Victor D. Fuclis, 41 Jefferson street, ia nnw in receint of a very fine lot of Reelfoot lake perch and trout. Readers, take notice. 110 Wi. Lieukx, the experienced and en terprising newsman who recently bought out the news emporium of A. R. Wil kinson at 171 Main street, has removed to 172J Main, just acrofs the street, aouth oi Poplar. lie keeps a full stock of latest dailies, foreign papers, maga zines, fanbion and sporting journals, fancy stationery and other articles, to baccos, cigars, etc. Give the worthy young man a call. ' J oat reelvl. Par) Crb Cider, and tor sale Coitost Room loo, Mo. O Court strft. ir FroaU, by the glum. aTlli Hrrol. 114 from Keel too. Steve Clement has just received a very fine lot of perch and trout. Call at 92 Beal street. H9 inal Km -red. Having bought a stock of Pittsburg rnl at the recent decline, we now offer firit elan Mtsburg coal al enfy cents per barrel or seven aonats per tori, delivered. St. 6iT.,ls,in Coi. Association, i00t Vp. 3 Madi'on street. , LEDGER LI M.S. Lotta, as the " Little Detective," at the Memphis Theater to-night. The ancient Norsemen or Danes will ball to-night at the Turner Hall. To night, the San Francisco Minstrels will appear at the Greenlaw Opera House. The Mendelssohn Clubbists will re hearse the May Queen cantata to-morrow evening. School Board meeting this evening, when the new members will attack school matters. The detectives are engaged in shadow ing and running in thieves who are on a professional visit to the bluffs. Next Thursday evening Prnfsor and Mrs. Q'Byrne will give rendinrj and recitations at the Assembly Hall. The mortuary report of the city during the past week ran up to twenty, or one in every three thousand of the popula tion. The great carnival on the 17th prox. will attract thousands of strangers to Memphis. It will excel all former cele brations. Ceater alley and other back thorough fares are in a filthy condition. The chain-gang should visit the alleys for a week or two. The ".can-can" rageth at White's Opera Houso. The dance is vulgar and most objectionable, yet it attracts large audiences nightly. The General Council will assemble again to-night, when it is to be hoped the Board of Aldermen will elect a Pres ident. Let the balloting farce cease. The annual meeting of the Bluff City Shooting Club, for the purpose of elect ing officers, will take place to-morrow evening. A full attendance is requisite. The Register has a " fautodling " re porter, whatever that is; but the Regis ter insists that he is of the zoophagous species; or, in plain English, a cannibal. Last Saturday night the pedestrians throughout the city felt like smoked herring" owing to the thick and disa greeable smoke-fog which settled down upon the bluffs. Who will be elected President of the Aldermanic Board this evening? is the question of the day. Another question of the day with Aldermen, What bVihII we do to night? On Monday, the 26th inst., a grand concert will be given under the direc tions and auspices of the Mendclssohns at the theater. The cantata the " May Queen" will be the attraction. The Confederate Relief Association Ball for the benefit of the orphano, at the Exposition Building on Thursday, the 22d inst., promises to be a most suc cessful affair not only in a social but a pecuniary point. The recent provincial trip of the the ter stock company to Jackson, Tenn., Holly Springs, Grenada, etc., proved that the denizens of the rural districts are not a theater going people, except when they visit Memphis. There are poets on the reportorial staffs of the Avalanche and Register whose effusions are culled almost daily from Mount Parnassus, and are then recklessly thrown at the public at the rate often cents a line. The Furbish Combination Company showed the public the advantages and correctness of the rule, that all actors should talk at each other instead of at the audience. We advise all actors to follow this golden rule of dramatio taste and propriety. The whitewash has been rubbed from the walls of the General Council Cham ber by candidates and spectators who attend nightly and watch the progress of city affairs. When you see a man with whitewash on his coat, you may bet your money that he has been there. A reporter on a morning journal after having suffered a few minutes from the application of a city legislator to report something, indignantly remarked, " If that fellow doesn't let mo alone I'll pub lish a few of his speeches verbatim and ruin him forever with all English speak ing people. ' The Little Rock and the Cairo and Fulton railroads have stopped the pass business. Editors, proprietors, corres pondents of newspapers and all others are cut off from the privilege of bump ing over the roads, and all advertise ments are to be paid for at regular rates. " Good enough." John Gilmore, who had his head chopped with a broad-ax at the hands of his wife last week in North Memphis, is recovering. The choppist has failed in two attempts to decapitate her husband, but the third tirce may be the charm. The wife insists that Gilmore deserved the punishment, but of this we know not, yet it may be true. " Citizen," in the Appeal, and " Old Citizen," in the Avalanche, are- en gaged in a wordy combat over the old issues, Why did the Irish support Loague, and why didn't the negroes support Busby? These voluminous correspondents had better turn their at tention to the question, Why didn't every man have a canoe of his own at the time of the deluge? The election and its incidents are over and almost forgotten. The hegus reform move ment for o3ice is dead, and the funeral cortege approaches. Gentlemen, " stand back, and let the coffin pass." Ye Awful Scratch hath arrived. His murmuring can he heard niehtly nnder the Nicolson in front of Ko. 34 Union street; and he hath commanded thusly: All loyal subjects will marshal at the above place on the 22d inst., and there don suitable nnifo-ms to attend onr grand conrt to be held at the Exposition building on that evening. By order of His Sulphureous Majesty. Two. Randolph, 12 1 Grand Secretary. Robbor'jr Laat Night. Late last night burglars entered the dwelling house of Mr. T. P. Holland, No IHO Orleans street, and while the inmates were asleep carried off a lot of clothing, a pocket-book containing a sum of money and a gold watch and chain be longing to Mr. Holland. On the heavy chain was a large gold medal, contain ing the following inscription: "T. P. Holland, Grand Opera nouse, Memphis, Tenn., 1873." On the reverse side are the names of the donors, the name of "T. W. Davey " appearing at the top, and that of " C. S. Allen " conspicuously engraved in the center. The burglars raised a window, entered the room, com mitted the robbery and escaped without detectioti. I'oltrf) court. This morning Recorder Winters had thirty-five unfortunates before him, prin cipally lor drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Bill Rives, larcenist from the person, was locked up;, bond, $-1000. Wash Mosby, larceny in two cases; bonds, 12000 in each case. O. H. Brindley and John Hart, car riers of deadly weapons, were fined and placed under $3000 bond each. Ben Flood, assault with intent to kill with a knife, was placed under $5000 bond. Taylor Farley, charged with having stolen goods in his possession, was placed nnder $2000 bond. T. J. Terry, arrested for shooting within the corporation, was placed under $3000 bond. OYSTKRB, abell, slew, try or any lyle, at Ftlll's, UB4 front at. 106-t FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. Phblio Lsdoib Orrics, 1 Himpuis. Tknn.. January 12, 1U74. 1 MO!lT, The money market continues quiet and Bteady. Currency is in good sup ply, with the market working easy. The banks report collections good, with an increase of deposits. The discount market is steady, with a fair disposition on the part of bankers to grant favors to regular customers at 1012 cent. tannum; street rates for unexceptional paper rules steady at 1J2 cent, "l3 month. Brokers are paying HOtJllOj for gold. Exchange is steady, but net offering very freely, at the following rates: On New York, lo disount; on Boston and Eastern points, jc off; on New Orleans, jc off. Scrips and bonds remain quiet, with a better feeling and a light demand for Memphis Cs, with one or two transactions at 43c. County and State warrants are iu more request, with a few transactions of county warrants at former prices. Mississippi securities continue dull and neglected. There are a few inquiries for Arkansas securities, which are looking up. There was noth ing doing in railroad stocks. Gold - io mny, Memphis gold ti'a, ex-coupon (o-U Nicolson pavement acrip 42 M Shelby county warrants 84 "fl Charleston railroad stocks ('""15 Arkansas scrip 45 (t:V) Mississippi (Alcorn money) 80 CUK5 Mistissippi htate warrants .75 ("tl Tennessee new issue 30 W Tennessee Stats warrants 9:4 (n'A Seliaa railroad acrip .- &i la'Jo COTTOB. The market for the past week has been quiet but firm, with a steady advance of ic for bright cottonB. Buyers en deavored to force lower rates, but hold ers were firm in their views and main tained their prices. Since Wednesday the market has presented a firm feeling, with prices stiff and tending upward though buyers contended that the Ex change quotations were too high. The demand was mainly for bright cottons, Low grades were neglected. The bulk of the crop has been forwarded to mar ket, and in consequence the receipts are rapidly falling off. The market this morning was firm, with holders buoyant and asking higher prices. The gloomy and wet weather tended to defer opera lions. Offerings were fair, with good inquiries. The New York market was reported firm and active, with an ad vance from the opening of c for spot cottons; middling, 16c. Futures were stronger. Liverpool wbs quoted active and, firmer; uplands, 8J8d. . New Orleans was reported aetive and firm; middling, 16jc. The lavorable advices and advance in Liverpool and New York stimulated the market here, and prices advanced from JGrlc, with holders of bright cottons firm and not anxious to sell, predicting a still further advance. Buyers were active but not inclined to meet the advance except in some cases where concessions had te be made in order to effect sales. We learned of the sales of several lists of low middling at 13J(S)15c, middling at 15315jc and one list of ordinary at 11 Jc. The mar ket at the closing of our report was firm, with prices tending upward. Ordinary 11 f ?i Hood rd in ary .l:i 14 , Low Middling -.. ? " Middlma Jl '10 Mriet Middling i-,'"?,",, Oood Middling .l.;,il. '4 Chmbk or ConMntci. I Mivraia, January 1J. 1'4. I Stock. SepUmber 1. 1871 Keeeived since last statement... Received previooaly 246,.8 Z4M72 Shipped since last statement. Shipped previoualy . 3.119 23,377 J&S.ZTd 6ul. 425 Stock at noon thia day txrosTS. Memphis and Charleston railroad.. Misaiasippi and Tennessee railroad. Vemphia aad Ohio railroad Mernphia and,'Paducah railroad.... Memphia and Little Kock .railroad 61.952 . 89 , 5 1" eteamera Estimated per aona and otaer aoareea- 150 Total 3-4 Memphis and Charleston railroad-. Mimsiippi and Teaeee railroad Memphis and Ohio ra.lroad . Memphis and Paducah railroad 973 173 81" Meamer. nerto.. . 8:eamera,eoutn - . 51 . 6.17 Total- ..3149 The following ia the risible supply f eot ton aa reported to the New York Chruniele: At Liverpool AlUad'jn - "-'0 Total Great Britain alock Pf.OtO Stock at Havre.. At .Varseillea At Barcelona... At lUii.harg 9 IIH. 1 17.21 At Bremen .' 23,fnl At Amsterdam m,"iO At Rotterdam " 23,0. iO At Antwc.'). .- 11, 75!) At other Continental porta . 1!1,0U0 Total Continental stock Zh,!m Total Ureal Britain stock 1.OU1.60U -f , . I Total European atoek .l,O.!4.250 Indian cotlon adoat for Europe l:t,OlJ American cotton afloat for Kuropt.... 475, lK) Egypt. Hrar.il, etc., afloat for E urope.. 70, ("10 Ktock at United Htatea ports 270,000 Stock at I'nited Klatea Interior towna lM.&V) United ritatea eiporta thia week ITT.OOO Total visible aupply .2,659,853 Liverpool stock (American). 174,000 Continental stock (American) Hl),(i) American afloat for Europe 475,110 I nited t-tatea stock 72t.0iO I'nited States interior thia week lMl.Kt United btatea exports thia week 27,000 Total American .'..J,607.S)3 Liverpool atoek, India, Brar.il, ete..... 440,000 London stock. India. Ilrazil. eto Vni.Ofl Continental atoek, India, Braail, eto l'.J 5U) India afloat for Europe 1(6,000 Egypt, Bratil, ate., afloat fur Europe 70.000 Total Eaat India Tot-JLAfieiican 1,041,000 1.6U7.a53 Total visible supply 2,651,853 Receipts and ahipmenU of eotton einoe laat Friday evening at all United Btatea ports are as follows: Receipts .. 14.W7 Kxporta to (ireat Britain.- 4.077 Export to the ooatinent . H.&U Stock.- .755,4'4 New OsLtaxs. January 12, 11:30 a.m. Cot ton Is active and firmer. Middling, ;itioj aalea, 3000 bales. New Voax.ZJanuary 12, 10:20 a.m.. Cotton opens quiet, with higher pricea aeked, but no advance baa been established. oid mi uru.nary ei.vq Good Ordinary . C14' Low Middling.... Middling Alabama-...... Urleana . tai7 Texas &17 12:10 p.m. Cottoa is quiet and firm. Fu tures are firm, with sales for January.15 15-16; February, U'Ac; March, 16 15-16c; April.L"; May.170. Oold 12 Ordinary... - (c!4 (Jood Ordinary.. . eal4:-8 Low Middling -. (al5!i Middling fyWl Alabama - .... (af'k Orleans (ai7' Texaa . 174 LtnaroDi.. January 12,12:30 a.m. Cotton opena activoand firmer. Uplands, PASi'id; Orleans, &Kd. 3p.m. Cotton la steady. Uplands, 88d; Orleana, 8d. galea, 18.000 bales, of which 3000 were for export and speculation. URSIKAL HAKKET. The following quotations are for small or ders or jobbing rates: APPLES-13 50(36 bbl. BACON Clear aides. 7J4(8c; clear rib aidea 7H'7i'4c: shoulders. 6Hu're; hama, uncan vafod.'121!3l3.;: breakfnt bacon, 10K(Slllo. BUCKWHEAT FLOLK-Io atere. 1050 per bbl. l',rtAN-Sl 0581 10 ewt. BUTTER Medium, 2325c; choice. 31 33c BHAGGTN(r 14Krai5Kc lb. BKANS Navy. $2 75C3 00 bbl. CUICKENd 3 0034 50, dressed, 12o ) lb, aa to quality. COAL OI' 203220 gallon. CABBAtiES W orate. S3 50(34 50; V) 100. r? 0019 oo. CORN-In store. 72375c V bushel. tilEKSK Factory. 14!15. COTTON-SEED-7 t ton. CORN-MEAL S3 20M3 30 bbl. COFFEK Hi, 24aaw lb. EUOS 24(i2iio ft doien. FLOUR eupor and extra. Jfl OOW 50; fam ily and fancy brands, frt UU.49 50 "d bbl; inte rior, S4f4 50. HAY Choice, S22 00(324 OOTR'ton; medium, $1H (KW20 00 V ton; 61 3'Vul 40 V ewt. HOMINY barrel. t4 75!5 00. L1ME-81 50il 75 bbl. LARD Tierces, V&J'Ae; kega, WmOe ewt. MOLASSES Louisiana, new in barrels, 65 (o5e; ayups. iViyaoo V gallon. ONION.S Mixed ti 004J7 50 H bbl. OATS Choice, 57(?58 $ bushel. PORK Bulk clear sides, H'4(itc: clear rib, 8S!4c; ahouiiiers, 6;ic; uiens, tlG Guilu25 i bl.l. POTATOES Peachblowe and ruasets, $2 85 93 151 bbl. c-UiAK Crushed, powdered and grana latcd, ll;4'6(12e l lb; soft, refined, yellow and wbite in bbls. Si'yulle; brown and yellow, in hotsheit.li, 8'.10e. HALT $2 3U(3 50 bbl. TlK3-t P., S'V9n. T IMS-K'MiiSf- TURKEYS Live, S10S14 doien; dressed, 111 IOC II I". RIVER INTELLIGENCE. BOATS I.EAV1SO TO-DAY. Napoleon, A J White 5 p.m Viclcburif, Capital City - 5 p. 111 newurirana, .lonn F Tone n p.m Friar's Point, Phil Allin 5 p m ARKITAL8. Steamer II. S. Turner, Cincinnati. " Alice, St. Louis. " Kittie Hegler, Cincinnati. " Susie Stiver, St Louis. C. B. Church, New Orleans. " 13. W. Hunan, Arkansas river. " A. J. White, Napoleon. Phil Allin, Friar's Point. " Mary Bojd, Arkansas river. " Minneolii, Cincinnati. " Cily of yuincy. St. Louis. " Pauline Carroll, New Orleans. " Capitol City, St. Louis. " St. Francis, Helena. " Cily of Augusta, St. F. river. DEPARTURES. Steamer II. S. Turner, New Orleans. " . Susie Silver, New Orleans. ' Alice, St. Louis. " Kitlio Heeler, Arkansas river. C. B. Church, Cincinnati. " City of Quiney, New Orleans. " Pauline Carroll, St. Louis. iy PORT. U. W. Dugan, A. J. White, Phil Allin, Mary Boyd, Minneola, St. Francis, City of Augusta. . WEATHER AND BUSINESS. Weather inclement, with a cold, driz zling rain. The river here is swelling rapidly. The Ohio is falling at Pittshurg, but rising at Louisville. At St. Louis the river is falling, with the river clear of ice and live fuet in the channel out to Cairo. White river continues in good navigable order. Arkansas river is de clining, with three feet in the channel at Little Kock. UineE on the levee was brisk, with a large number of boats in j.ort receiving and discharging. Movements in freight were checked to some extent on account of the rain. Rales to all points remain unchanged. MISCELLANEOUS. The sleet and rain made it disagreea ble for pelestriacs and draymen on the landing. The Ben Franklin for Memphis and John Kilgour for New Orleans left Cin cinnati Saturday evening. The Fannie Lewis for Shreveport and Mollie Moore for New Orleans will pass down to-night. The Paragon for Cincinnati and Mary Alice for St. Louis left New Orleans Saturday evening. The Emilie LaBarge for St. Louis and Nick Longworth for Louisville will pass up to night. The Andy Baum will arrive to-night j from Cincinnati with a cargo 01 general merchandise. The Great Kepnl.lic will arrive to morrow from New Orleans and leave on Thursday with a return trip The Fannie Talus, en route (or Now Orleans with i trip of cotton, is lying fifty miles abovn Little Rock awaiting a sufticient depth of water lo let hor out of the river. The Minneola, Captain Shunk, came in from Cincinnati with 350 tons of west em products, and uaves to-morrow evening with a return trip for Cincin' nati and way points on the Ohio, Captain Dob Carnes is about to con tract for a new boat for a southern bayou trade. The Phil Allin, Captain James Lee in command, is tho regular Monduy packet for Friar's Point and the bends, leaving this evening at five o'clock. Cuptoin Stack Lee, an amiablo gentleman, is her chief purser. ' The towboats Lake Erie, Whale, James A. Stone, Stella and Bengal Tiger, with 5C3.000 bushels of coal, left Pittsburg yesterday for Cincinnati. The Ella and Mary Ann, with 205,000 bushels of conl, tor Louisvillo left the same day, and the Blue Lodge, with 95,000 bnshels for Bayou Sara, left Pittsburg yeterday. The A. J. White, Captain Mark Check, is the Monday packet for Napoleon and the bends, leaving this evening at five o'clock. Messrs. Wildberger end Sharpe are her gentlemanly clerks. The H. S. Turner passed down for New Orleans yesterday at noon deeply laden She put oil here 170 sacks corn. The Kittie Hegler passed down last evening en route for Little Rock loaded down to the guards. The R. W. Dugan came in from Ar kansas river Sunday morning with 234 bales of cotton. She re-shipped at the mouth 306 bales, and reshipped 180 here on the C. B. Church for Cincinnati at eighty cents per bale. The splendid passenger steamer Legal Tender, Captain John Elliott, ih the reg ular Tuesday White river United States mail packet leaving to-morrow evening for all points on White, Littlo Red and Black rivers. She will be in port this afternoon to receive freight. The C. B. Church arrived yesterday from New Orleans en route for Cincin nati. She put off here 9 bales cotton, 20G sacks seed, and added 7G0 bales cotton, 580 of which was compressed, and goes East via Evansville. The Mary Boyd arrived from Arkan sas river with 596 bales of cotton, and put off at the mouth 46 bales. She is receiving for a return trip to Arkansas river, and leaves on Wednesday. Capt. Rube Haines commands, with John O'Neal in the office. The Susie Silver passed down last night for New Orleans well laden. She brought down the cargo of tho sunken steamer Frank Forest, which was as follows: Cotton, 87 bales; 39 bags of cotton, 200 sacks of cotton seed and 2 head of cattle. The Phil Allin brought in 2G0 bales of cotton and 326 sacks of seed. The A. J. White had 216 bales of cot ton and 820 sacks of seed. The Alice, from St. Louis, discharged 500 tons of freight at the elevator, and returned to St. Louis last night. The Augusta came in at noon from St. Francis river with 122 bales of cot ton and 215 sacks of seed, and reshipped at Helena for New Orleans 34 bales. The St. Francis, from Marianne, brought in 50 bales of cotton and a lot of seed. The Frank Forest, en route from Ful ton to Memphis, in making a landing Sunday morning at 4 o'clock, above Is land 40,struck a hidden obstruction which knocked a hole in her hull aft of the boilers, causing her to sink. She was run on to the bar at the head of Island 40, and finally settled in six feet of water. She is lying straight, and can easily be raised. Her cargo, 87 bales and 39 bags cotton, 200 sacks Beed and some cattle, was brought to port by the Susie Silver, and was not much dam aged. The Frank Forest is owned by Captain' J. O. Andrews and Joplin & Webb, of this city, and insured here. Captain T. P. Sexton was in command when the accident occurred. The Capitol City, Captain O'Neil, is tha Anchor Line jftcket leaving this evening at 5 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends, attending to all way business. The towboat Hercules sank at the landing at Pittsburg last Thursday. The May Lowry, with 800 bales of cotton, bound for New Orleans, is water bound at York. The Katie Konntz is laid np forty miles above Little Rock. Captain W. B. Donaldson, who built the Great Republic, is silver mining in Utah. The City of Augusta, Captain Thomas Bowman, is the tegular Tuesday St. Francis river packet leaving to-morrow evening for all poiuts on St. Francis river through to Wittsburg. The John F. Tolle, Captain Bradey, backs out this ttfening at live o'clock for New Orleans and the bends. The Louisville will paas down to-mor row for New Orleans. The fine steamer West Wind, Captain J. G. Andrews, is the regular Monday packet for Point Pleasant and all way landings on the upper coast, leaving this evening at five o'clock. Captain Johu Darbey, a clever gentleman and compe tent clerk, does the honors of the office. The Vicksburgers are in a terrible stew about the bend trade. Captnin Dugan has gone to Cairo. Captain Nowland will eommand the R. W. Dugan in his absence. Captain Li?liiburne received a dis patch from Captain Young, of the Great Republic, saying she would arrive here to-morrow and leave on Thursday with return trip. John Bird, chief clerk of the Ex porter, returned yesterday to New Or leans. The Exporter will come out again in a few days nnder a new admin istration. The Pauline Carroll passed up this morning for Sf. Iuis, after discharging hf re a few lots of freight. The Belle ef Texas, Captain John Woodburn, will bo found in port this afternoon to receive for Pine Bluff and way points on Arkansas river, and will leave to-morrow evening. 8he is the regular Tuesday Pine Bluff packet. Sir St. George Gore, an English nohlo man, who has been hunting for several weeks in Madrid bends, was a passenger on the Susie Silver en route to Florida to spend the winter. He had with him several servants, 164 trunks, other bag gage and 21 dogs and 3 horses. The St. Francis, Captain Basket, is the Tii-sday Helena and bends packet. She will be in port this evening. The; Legal Tender will arrive this evening from White river with a big trip of cotton. The Capitol City came in this morn ing from St. Louis. She is at the ele vator receiving for Vicksburg. Captain Ed. Nowland.with his wrecker the R. W. Dugan, is at the landing awaiting orders to go to the sunken steamer Frank Forest. The Belle Lee was to have been sold at Marshal's sale at New Orleans on Saturday. 8TEAMBOATS. for New Orleans. Memphia and New Orleans Packet Company For Vicksburg, Natchei, New Orleana and all Bend Landings. GREAT REPUBLIC Thorweigan, maater WriLL LEAVE AS ABOVB Ml XUURSDAY.15ib.inat., 4 D.tn. ror treiicht or raarnire 1 sinire maimmmMM apply to - K. W. LIlJIlTBL RNB, Aaent. 114-117 2H0 i'ront atreet. for Arkansas River. For Helena," Auburn, Rob Roy, Pine Bluff and all Way Lauding. BELLE OF TEXAS Woodburn, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON TUESDAY, the Uth inst., at 5 p.m. 8. B. MILLER, Agent, 114-115 No, 2, cor. Jefferson and Promenade. For Arkansas River. Memphia and Arkansas River Packet Com pany U. S. Mail Line for Pine Bluff, Little Rock, aad all points through to Fort bniith. M A.H Y BOYD, R. L. HAINES Master, WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON , fc. WEDNESDAY, 14th inat.. JiajWrfr ht 5 Pi Die MbMbBbwHNUbbW at ji)uy n. aAtUHji, Agent, en Whsrfbuat, fast f Couvt at. for Wbite River. Elliott Line. Memphis and White River Packet Co. U. S. Maii For.faekaonport, Aueusta, West Point, beaicy, DeaAro, Devull'j Bluff, Clarendon, Indian Bay, Concordia, Car son's, Friar's Point and Holena. LEdAL TENDER . Elliott, master T EAVES MEMPHIS TUES- 1 J DAY. 13th inat.. at 5 d.i For freight or Dassaa'e aDnlv jua. rvL,i.iuri. Agent, 114-115 No. 1 Elliott Block, foot Jelleraon at. For VleksoorK. Memphis and St. Louis Packet Company U. b. Mail Line For Helena, Chicot, Green ville, Vicksburg and way landings. CAPITOL CITY O'Neal, master WILL I 12th i ILL LEAVE AS ABOVE THIS DAY, mat., at 5 e clock p.m. AD. S I'UMM, Treasurer. For Cincinnati. Memphia and Ohio River Packet Co.. office 266 Front atreet For Louiaviile and Cincin nati. MINNEOLA Shunk, maater T.17ILL LEAVE TUESDAY. YV 13th instant, at 5 p.m. For freight or patsaire apply to sailar E.D.COBB 4 CO.. Agenta, 114-115 26tf Front atreet. For New Orleans. Kounta Line For New Orleans and the Bonds The fine steamer JOHN F. TOLLE Brady, maater w TILL LEAVE AS ABOVE THIS DAY. 12lb inst., at 5 p.m. R. W. LIOIITBURNE. Agent, 2V0 h rent atreet. For New Orleans. Memphia and New Orleana Packet Co. For Vicksburg, Natchea, New Orleana and all Way and Bend Landings. The magnificent steamer GREAT REPUBLIC, Thorwcgan, master Yeung, clerk. WILL LEAVE ASMBOVE ON THURSDAY. 15th inst.. at 4 o'clock D.m. i ill pay particular attention to all way business. J. T. W ASUINUTON, Agent. 112-117 'A Madison atreet. Sferapbls and Nt. Francis and Bend i-HCHei. CITY OF AUGUSTA Bowman, master T EAVES MEMPHIS EVERY , trr Ij H EYDAY for Helena. Mari- WrA anna, Wittsburg and all way land- sia. ft ings- JOS. ELLIOTT, Agent, Memphis and White River Packet office. 89-118 Regular Trl-Weehly 'Oft Packet. Momphis, Fulton and Osceola Packet. Str. Frank Forest, Lf T. P. Sexton .-. ..master Will leave every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, making all the coast landinga. For reight or passage apply on board or at No.SHoward'a Row. 90-t Regular Memphia, Randolph. Fulton and Ga yoso Lauding, Semi-weekly Packet. Str. West Wind, JSS J. G. Andrews...... .. ...-.master. Leaves Momphis every TUESDAY and FRI DAY', at 5 p m. For freight or paaaage apnly on board or at No. 6 Howard'a Hew. For Helena, Friar's Point, Rape, lenn, lilrnt City anil all Mmj lisniiintra etenil. Weekly 1-arket. The Elegant Passenger Steamer PAT CLEBURNE, JuSi W. J. ASUFORD. Master. Leavea Memphis WKDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to K. W, LKiU'iBURNE, Agent. 82-t 2i)0 Front atreet. CHEEK LINE. Memphia and Vicksburg Packet Company ln-weekly Lme ror nuiuna, rr.ar . ruin Napoleon and the Benda U. 3. Mail to Na puleon The ateauiera A. J. WniTE ...Mark Cheek, maater Leavea MONDAYS and THURSDAYS. GEO. W. CHEEK -Malnne. master Leavea TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS. A CLERK WILL BR FOUND am. fc at the big red wharfboat to l" ,'"T receive freight at all times. 1 For freight or rasge aprlv on board or to GEO. W. CliREK, Sup't, J-t No. 2r8 Front atreet. Hempble end trkaasaa Rlvrr Pack rt Vm.V. Si. in at I 1.1 we. milE ELEGANT PASSENGER eoaia 01 mis una iea, ..ic-.u-hi. f, r all rtointa on Arkanaa 1 river Wedneaday and Saturdiya, at 5 p.m. JolIN' N. HAKBtN. Agent, 82-t Office on Wharfboat. foot of Court at. NEW XiIPTE Memphia Helens and Trl-Wosklr 1,1 ae. ST.FRA'CIS, - tnminln?9,MBter, LEAVES MEMPHISON TUhS day. Thurdaya and Salur- Lm !T- for ireigni or paaaage ap- 1 1 on board. oi-t cnpbla. Hrlrna and Friar's Fs'B Henl-Hnklf Lino. The elegant paaaenger steamer PHIL ALLIN ...Jam 1, maaUr IE VF.S .VEMPH 1-4 O.V MOV,. , . j HAYS. WKb.NkDAi's .ai I J.- FHU'AYS.atSp m. at. f... f...;. v., -,.flv ,-4 s 4 GayOlo streets. Inducements ini'u is x a.m: i n lMl'OKTAJiTI Dressmaking IJiruiCTAMt VATKIHS this week, I.ni'OUTAXT! !co tier of Llain and 1 JU'OUIA.M!