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Office I No.lSMndlaojJ'-rrc business d1?1I5Il J - ' r-" Atforneya. viathhs-okd A Ektks, 15 Union it. Il-asos. W";',, j Madison street. wAmm A Attorneys. 40 Madison. p M IVbnsb. eorner Second and Adaius. si R Lie. 276 Second street. "bbca Uobpob. 39 Madison street. W. L. in'sv, uayu -,.. I - la.nA .Jtmm L. AaHBBUOJtJyMO " Architect. Janes B. Cook. 38 Madison street. j"S A Baldwi. Planters' Ins. Building. A. K. FsABKLABjiJand LlLM?11 immnnllli, huM, .t). 1. BCBUBABN, 1W Ji"??i. ' Aarrl. ImplnnraU tti aenjaa. Otto Bob will A Co.. ,177 Main street. In. I at w W .--. JUibeet Lnwia. footof Market street. Hinsllnar and rrlatlas. "W. D. X lYUKLD. 361 Main street. a ..a. . . r it IklhAM. .Fkaj''", Fkiusg. 200V, Main street. J. P. Hack, 411 Main rtreet, .V.iis" A Wahneb, 46 Beal street. -a. lliRUSB. 215 Main street. iBUtrR Co., 389 Main street. m Lbvbtt A Hii.l, eorner of Main and Monro. 15. Abler A Bko.. WA Beal street. , W, Miller. 221 Main street. Johb W. Voroii.1. 344 Main street. -eo.W. Mueller, 58V. Jefferson street. a , . 1 a ttapka IDI.M-I - - a . E. HiBECEE. 7 Wasmngton street. 4-1 . w l.ftnaftrr. KWTBABP Bharp. 44 Adsms street. Batiora ana 'enlilOB.era. obob Ur.B. 416 Main street. 'Emanuel Castahbino. oor. Clinton ana nest. H. Uaack. 126 Beal street. J. J. Tanner, 84 Front street. KaoOBi A Smith. 88 Beal street. -Cbas. Decker, oornerof Beal andoholDy. O D uw. 91 A Uin -.aaat. Bbiorl, 137 Union street Oi hto A Cabneb. 283 Main street. Mrs. W. J. Mansvoed, eor. Second Wonroe. Hook Hnal. Plasma, Etc. . W. MOLLKEBEBO, CI main autre.. Waixacr A Gibbob, 389 Second street. a..tY-,'-- aaaaaV Simla, ffitable.. Hall A Co., Union street. fAiBtB A Paikk, 85 Monroe itreet. Bnslams Collfire. S. M. Robertson, 356 Main street. T. A. LsnmN. 238 Mein street. Tlayat Prabodt Billiard Uall. ' Flay billiards at Wjllett'b37 Adams street. Owbb Lilly, 61 and 63 Union street. Cntio rsrur and eroeera. CB. D. Raeet A Co., 76 Beal street. . a aaa la.lnn .A. K. Gillen. 4(0 Front street. , JohbNitobb, 3it8 Main street. 'l--l- Varmtjr BJtere. CJ. J EBOMBWllVTa sirre-,. Otto Schtlteb. 128 Poplar street. Cs..ietr. Tsn Kovronn, 189 Second street. HU. Kkokr, 11 Washington street T. S. Oailabab, 224 Third street. SJIwthlaar. -Johnson A Vabob. 305 Main street. L. A A. L. Lowenstein. 238 Main street. H. Himob, under Worehain lfou-e. A. Wolbksbtbib, 331 Main street. -Jpltttb gcHALgriiA. 147 Washington street. J. T. Wilbon, 301 nd 303 Main street. itoLnsMiTH Bros.. 378 Main street. olColeva, 200 Main street. Sartobids A Rrisio. 43 Jeflerron street. hlaa and ti.eei ware. W. S. Jaok A Co.. iti4S Main street. W. M. Lobb. 17 West Cnnrt street. B. A. Hoi.i.RKBRRO. 61 Mrnliion street. liANBOB a, TTA1.SRK. WJ pwuiia MoTLRt A Co., Stesm Fitters and Blaok- -'. - ( 1. mA Va.llf.n itrul SUHUIE1. 1. 1' 1 1J ' 1 m(Aa.a WCja. M. mwa. u. Tatlob. Jot A Co., 312 Main street. n.nit.t. S. P. CCTI.KR, 218 Main street. A. Wmii) A Sons, cor. Main and Jenorson, jsrasja sa4 llBlee. V. B. JnuRPAN, 26 Main street. . S. M. Wari A Co.. 143 Main street. D. F orYRAE, under Overton Hotel. 'C. V. 8. MoBHIRR A Co., 120 Beal street. A. II RS3KB. 176 Poplar street. Job Wai tkr. 184 Main street. Ardrew Kknrrrt, cor. Min and Market. W. C. Gribwold A Co., 421 Main street. Kjn nt Car In fj rrar jr. " Db. L. L. Coi.rmak, 407X Main street. , "". rCintreiMl Tat. Cbab. A. Mii.lkr, tsient of Fle.nohu.ann A Co.'s Com.jeastcor. Becond and Jackson. Kacrsivlna Jewelry. . ua) L! I - 8. O. Barhabt, corner of Main and Monroe, IrOuTS IVKITH. Ifi main biipo,.. "Bbtbo! A Camp, 228 Main street. U. M. I'orin.AKg. 310 Second street. o. A. .Morti. eor. bhelbr and South streets. Jamrs QriNLAB, B. K, cor. DeSoto A Linden. B. OtiFKIH, (O poctinu eupov. P. Drtitt. 218 Poplar street. Pat Hopkr, 410 Main street. P. MoNultt, 13 Beal street. R. V. A1TLLRR a Wl., AW1 main .vrtrov. JtBH M' Lapuhi.ir. cor. Hernande and Beal. n.aalM " Whitrmorr IIoiisb, board 15 to $10 per week -Crrlbra llot'SR, L. LaCroiK, Proprietor. Meals Kre at Frakri.ih lut, 18 Adams St. I I.ABTRRH llOUHR. 11 tf per u7t l-r iiv.u. LitKt Horis, eor. Watiint;uB and Secend. ' CoCBBAt Hall. 181 and 1H4 Main streets. Hotel D'Europb, board $H ptr V. . Wobhmam Uoitsk. White A Cox, $2 60 per day1 . I II .. 1CU.'a.k:.U... .iW Jiir-f Xrri Hotrl, board II 60 per day. lVIR U''f 96 AJ yoi My lal t r fiMlla. P. Latisitk, Main street. Mrs. M. L. Robber. 33T Main street. lima. Caps Vara. Dabt, 347 Main street. ' a. . . ! a. il al. UMllK. HSir r w rmmr w " " ------ loo Cbpbch, corner Court and Second sts. Iriii. Hafe mb4 -iBll WrJa. A. D. Bchij'Lte. 119 Jeffersonstret. laanraaire Klre, Llfm, Etc. JTa-mrb E. Warrrr. 17 Madison street. CiRRiiTO Mabon, 9 Madison street. RREit A LfCAg, 18 Madison street. H. T. Torliksoii,17 Madison street. Lorn A Br.ATTT, AgenU, 22 Madison street. Iroa aa Hleel. -T-?OBB MA"QQ'-t. 196 Main street. Jet rriaisofr. - JC. a. aPRRHT, ok am street. Me.1. Bmii.t B. AtiiorR, 271 Madison street. Lam ker. Ierat Basb, Etc. . I. Kahsb, and yl Monad stree. J. B. K:rtlab A Co., IfW md 111 Inion st. Jobs ZaiT (Lomber Yardi. opp. tins Works. Blattrea RJaaarsrieir. , , . , n i . . . SI. U . k J. W rttr A rV'. 44 ad 46 Porlar ttreet. fjiTiiarrv saS Kress M-ihiBa;. ' Mil. ("iTfL. and 3S1 Msin s'reet. ' Va J . Wii.Mis'ii". Main street. ' Vx' M A. Oasrsit. YJ Heal street. 1 rr i Wiijcib. 412 Main street. Va . hi-LiiTA. 24 Mmn street. M a T'oarsHiii. 3' Hin street Van .'.('Til M- A. CfTTiRO. 240 Main Jt. s.nI Rsr'.l. I F Hl'. ''n M'ln street. i...Vai.B jr 1'it-i.. 71 .eWorld etreet. 7. Jefferson, 13 Main v.ii.k Cr. j.ii. l-'" I rion street. 4 lji'i-Hft.lMiftsn'iJ'A'lsms. . ' kAirsrt fo . whoie-ale. 'M'i riheiby. hru ;ll;o A lie i.. t-8 JeSeraoB slrsoU .0. "': - . Fp!f WeH. a a- 1 Ainbwor'B A Sob. meats. 107 Vance street H.ri-h.nl XMllar. T Ranoolhii. S4 lli ion E'reet. ' a , I-,.,, 1..flaaa.A .laa-1. John Hoooi'awo. 341 Main street J. W. Likreb. 236 Main street. Li. Li. pmith, id main, opp. vTenon povci. Barter;, P, GorntLB, Second, near Heal street. II..I.. luina. ECESU O. L LRMRNT, Vi ueai sireev. . Mtrt ... f . a ...... .a. a 0. F. Prrsoott A Co.. 279 Main street. a. a i u ... ILan .a Kl. X. 0. McComb, Cashier Southern Oil WorkJ. 28SS Main street. , Agent for J. J. M cComb. Llrerpool. Miss. A Dominion S. Ship Co New Orleans. Agent for Bartlott JtKayne, New Orleans. bjsiers, per Boaea. Hick's Salook. 413H Main street. Obari.rt Felix's, 851 Main street. Dhwhlrlan. Joiib Chandler. M. D.. 830 Second street. C. C. Chiirobill. 120 Beal street. Db. F. L. 6im. 115S Beal street. Dh. T. Dohomub, 149 Mnin street. I)B. Jobr Pitmaw, 335 Main street. Db. U. R. Bopbob. 41 Madison street. J . R. DOTY. ra. 13, . l n oeoona nrwt. 0. Krirhakdt, 316 Front now. J. IT. Motstob. 249 Main street. J. F. Coom.rt, 251 Main street. J. T. Armbtrono. 211 Main itreet. S. Odder. 282S Main street. P. F. OiRQD. 45H Beal street. Valnl.r A. F. Datis. 281 Second street. - -a n H miMa a Qpacerkbubh A Co.. 346 Second street. Q. W. McOhrr. 22 Madison street. Hoorera. James Hall A Co., U&Vt Beal itreet, Plast Blate noonng uomrauj. n , UVRTHOLOMEW A Alal.RB, O.IUUI. "'.'(.l iin,,tr,n in NnHh Court street. 14-91 H. L. Qbiob, 282 Main street. Ooonwi A Cartt. opp. Miss. A Tenn. depot. W. Beibebt, 85 N. Second street. Chelsea. Merchants, corner of Seoond and Madison. Johns'. Nos. 6. 7 and 9 Court street. Woeli.br Hoosb, meals 3So, 68 Jefferson ft, Fbite Pprmpbrt A Co.. 13 Court street. Htxmplair. BrnidlBK. avie. Mrs. M. Kaopman. 413 Main street. KfiuewB. . W. Z. Mitchell. Principal. 803 Third street. a, a U a- k. Freedmab'b Satibo abd TansT Co, 4i Beal t. Flokrroe Machine Co.. Court street. Obotbb A Bar b, 818 Main street. Binorr Machinr Co.,273, Main street. Wilson Machine Co.. cor Adams and becond, X . . .-a ..a a.d lr.t.I BMir. . a a- - - - Kibe A Johnson, 306 Main street. L. Fbite A Co.. 151 Main street. rndeeHAkerB. Tnos. Swas, 232 Third street. Flahkett. Mari.ry A Sri.uTA.S17 Second. 0. U. Holht A Bko.. 320 Mam street. John Walsh. 344 Seoond and 15i inchester, H holM'le Blent Stare. 0. Mendel A Co., 349 Front street. Wall Paper. F.t. L. M. Drab A Co., 381 Main street. eratrr.ee aal Jewelry, E. t. Michot. .157 Main rtreet. .1. Hl'CR. 77 Real street. MEMPHIS P0ST0FFICE. Omoi HoDBji Fbom 8 a. m. to 5 p.m. j StmuT. From to 10 a.m. TZ "1 ' " Closes. Arrives. A.M. P.M A M. I P.M. 12 3.30 12 Memphis A Ohio H. &. Twine Daily. Mamphis A Charleston U. R. Daily. 8.201 11.00 (.30 11.15 3.30 2.15 11.55 J.2S (.00 1100 Mississippi A Tennaa- aee tv. K. imiiT. n. K. . Memphis A Little Bool 12 ' 130 S 30 130 t 30 S SO R. K. Dail I T. Mlss.rirer to V.elena k Friar'i P't daily. . Vicksburir(trl-weekly) Mon.,TburE.,Hat. Miss, river U St Louis Mon.Thurs. Fri. White River Semi Weekly Tues. A Sat. Ark river, semi-weekly Tuesday and Saturday, Marion (tri-weekly) Mon., Wed., Fri. , Cuba, Tennessee weokly Friday. BrhntiaAOlive Branch lues, and Fri. 3 30 3.30 ABOMI4J BlKBtTOBI Kccrom, aj LODOIB. V TaODSBB. a mj x: iia mAa.. U Vritne n each rnontb hall eorner Madison and feeo end. W. M. Brooks, W. M. A. J. Wheeler, "eeretary. , Aroeeoba, No. 168 meeM 1st Monday In -.1. -. fAA TTttlt lanrn-t Coartand Main. 0. tt. Locke. W. M.( B. Lblia Boott. No. 289 meet 1st Thnrsday of eaoB month ball onrnee Madison and See ,d. Wm. Frank. W. M.t A. S. Myers, BDrHoto! No. 2 meets 3d Friday of each month-Odd Fellows' Hall. Bun. F. Price, W. M.i K. W. Shelton. Secretary. KiLWtBHiRS, No. 341 meets 4th Friday of each month at South Memphis Hall, corner of Madison and Second. Richard Creighton, W. M.I Jar. 8. Carpenter. Secretary. ROTAL ARCH. Peer Chapter. No. 22 meets td Monday of each month-Odd Fellows' Ilall. D.B.Forster, M. B. II. P.: A. J. Wheeler, Secretary. Memphis Chapter. No. 95 meets at Odd Fellows' HallaSd Monday of each wonth W. H. Matthews, M. K. H. P.J R. W. bhelton. Ssoretary. B. AND g. M. EtTEEEA OoeNOTi., No. 6 meets !d Thurs day of each month Odd Fellows' Ball. 0. Beder, Tb. 111. I C. H. Myers, Reo. , TEMPLARS. CtbrnbCommandbbt, No. 4 meets 4th Mon day of.eaeh month. Qeo. Mellersh, Com. I T. I. Barohus, Reo. Caltart Cfaptrr of Robe CeotJt.lSth, No. 1. Charles W. Adams. Ud. M.. W.'.'t H. Tomlinson. 324. See.. I. o. e. r. DIKECTOBT. wi.,, . Odd rellowtHall, eorner Mala and North Court streets. tone re. Mbmphtb Looob, No. 6-meeti every Tues day Geo. W. Smith. N. .t W. W. Hum phreys. 1. 0.: C. U. Pliscbke. Secretary. K. . KISB. ireaeurer. Cbiceasaw Lodoe. No. a meeui every Mon' daynitrnt. Jonn "rr"w, "."j berg V. 3-; R. B. Jones. R. S.i Themas BaooB. P. 8.1 John Holt. Treasurer. Sohili.ee Lonea. No. 140-meeU i every Wed Bdav night. Joe. Aohtmaa. N. 8. ! J. O. trhmid, V. a.i H. bhUling. becretary; Peter Mentges, Treasurer. Barber Lodob. No. 147-mjeti levery Friday Bight. C. Uross. N.O.t J. T. Lees, V. a., f. Il!" Starr. P. and R. 8.1 Oeorge A. War ing, treasurer. - P.Ufll.. -avw n 1 . . . am t. 1 at WEMPBra ""'T" A "; "i, nIZn Saturday ot eacn nanus. ff - d! m ; iS. C. Trader. . D. M. i eorg. W. Mathews, A. f. m.. . u. (..1-7; K. E- Jack. Treasurer. a. a. - w a V 1 1 1 ..lli.al, A tm Ut and td Thureday tiightj of each month. inhii (1 arrow. I. Jr. vunii" e vniun. t. P?, Dan'Yshios. B.'w., Thomas Bacon. 8. , John A. Holt, T i John H. Oraff. J. W. ' a5"mpb.b Kb'campmekt. No. e-meeU 2d an d 4th Thursday night of each month. 0. ii. Pli-ehke. C. P.: C. Oross. H, P.! Oeo. A. Waring. B. W.s H. L- I ickering. Bcrioe: i. Jukes. Treasurer! inos. u. mea.-t. . rrMIGIITS OF FIIHIA8. ft. Tsnrr.see Lodob No. 5 Meets rerv WednesdiT nigni over n treet Kngii.e House, cor. t-econd i . r MC( lean. C. U. ! f. J. nioran, . W. L. Crwk. K. of R and i : W. H. Lind stedt, M. of F.; A. Hunn. Si. 01 K.i C. Ureas, V. FINANCIAL AND COlttlVTEfiCIAI. HONEY. P0BLIO Ledoeb Oppice, 1 Memphis. Tenn.. March 28. 1871. J We have nothing to report in financial cir cles. There Is nothing worthy of interest do ing aside from the regular routine of busi ness. The banks continue to report collec tions easy. Currency is in good supply and money easy. The discount market remains quiet and the bankl oontinue to disoount all first-clasi paper offering at 10312 W oent. annum; en the streots money Is plentiful at 12 V oent. V month. Brokers are paying 1114 for gold, with few transactions. Exchange is steady at the following rates: On New York par buying and selling at Ho premium, Boston and Eastern points at' par. and on New Orleans at Ko oisoonnt. City warrants, coupons and bonds remain quiet and firm, with no transactions worthy of note. County warrants are quiet, with a few inquiries for eonnty warrants. Railroad stocks and bonds are unchanged. Mississippi and Arkansas securities are steady, with quo tations unchanged and light transactions. Memphis gold 6's. currency 7i,Jj Memphis 6's. gold-bearing " iP4,! Nioolson pavement sonp ?' Shelby county warrant.. Jl Charleston railroad stocks J Tennessee new issue 2 Hill. Tennessee State warrants Arkansas scrip .......J I90 oorroa. The market this morning was steady, with light offerings. The demand was chiefly for medium grades; low grades were not muoh in request. New York futures were reported easy. 8pots steady ; middling. 16o. Liver pool was quoted dull; uplands, 8!4d; Orleans. 8d. It being Saturday, the closing up of the week's business, offerings were light, with a fair inquiry for bright oottons. Several lists ohanged hands of low middling at HlSc; middling, lt; dusty cottons. 69c. cotton KuHAisag ovpiciai quotations: Ordinary 1W.X Hood Ordinary JW r Mi,l, Hint- 14-J4!1S'4 Middline U..i Miilitline. jPlti4 Good Middling. .... . - tun lviTTI.lt BXCBANOB statement. Stoog. September 1, 1873.... S05 Received since last statement... Received previously 380,312 381.211 Shipped since last statement. 1,220 SM 716 Shipjied previously... ....-339,4ib 34U.636 Btoek at noon this day.... 44.022 IMPORTS. Thus far this week....-.. Thus far last week Since September 1 a. a.la.J Hk.al.a,na tlrAaalt 899 ,. 1.377 ..381.211 21W 7 1) 37 2!3 20 nIU)u voai iwwa a . Mnutiiiipi and Tennessee railroad...- -Memphis asd Ohio railroad.,......-. - Memphis and Psducah railroad Memphis and Little Rook railroad - Steamers Kstimated per wagons and other sources extorts. Thus far this week.... Tim. taw week ,220 asti ,61 687 Since September 1 StO, memphis and Charleston railroaa . Mississippi and Tennessee railroad Memphis and Ohio railroad.... Steamers, north.....-.......-..... Steamers. so" tb . 2r 470 29 Ry rail north 1.168 25 By rail south n . . J .V! .Uaa l..t rieoeipia aou snipniciive wi ouvwm Viuw rriday evening at au u niieu oiav purw i. as iuiiows: . . n Receipts fn-r Exports to Oreat Britain.... ...........a 62,810 Export to the continent....- K,..k. -.661.219 The following Is the present tariff from New lOrRana uosion w m-miiiiiB up ii.iaiuo .i the UreatWestern Dispatch Fast Freight Line: Ail rail first olass, II i; second class, ti in third class, II 02; fourth class, 84c; filth class. OIC. The following are freight rates, cwt on eompressea eoiion w ado uuiuu, iieutcm. All Rail. River and Rail Baltimore... II 00 J6 Philadelphia.... 1 05 . 1 00 New York . 1 10 15 Boston 1 M 1 15 Providence 1 25 1 20 if. ii u:., 1 M 1 m The following is the visible supply of cot ton, as reported to the New York Chronicle: A t Liverpool - . 701 ,000 At London li4.6O0 Total Great Britain slock 875.500 Stock at Havre - l'.W") At MiaremlliUI 11.7M) At Barcelona - 5:(,0n0 At Hamburg 27.000 At Bremen - S3,K At Amsterdam . 64.500 At Rotterdam ......- 24.770 At Antwerp 18.500 At other Continental ports ..... 37,01X1 Total Continental stock 400,000 Total European stocks 1,284,500 Indian cotton afloat for Europe 2i9.0HO American cotton afloat for Europe. 5tt.(K0 Ka-vnt. Ilraiil. etc.. afloat for Europe- 7!UM) Stouk at United Statea ports 6i'-4.SV4 Kt..k t llniteil Slmtaa Interior towna W.liri United States exporu mis wee.....-., -u.uuu Total visible supply 3.005.868 Liverpool stock (American)... 347.0JH) fa.li...l.l alnk Amerii-a.nl 21t).0H0 American afloat for Europe 596,000 i nited states siock .... . o-.w I'nited States interior this week..... j.lir2 Un ted States exports in is wee... . Total American -.... l,it39,368 Liverpool stock. India Brar.il, ete..... 3.54.000 London stock, India. .Braiil. ete...... 174.5iJ Continental stock. India, Braiil. etc liW.OUO India afloat for Europe........... 2K).000 Egypt, Biatil.sto., afloat for Europe 79.000 Total East India ! OW-50 Total Ameiican v l.39.3o() Total visible iupply...." 3.005.868 New Yore. March 28, 10:20 a.m. Cotton opens steady Bold Ordinary Good Ordinary Strict Good Ordinary . Low Middling-... Middling . Alabama . ........ Orleans - (oiH1 - fJil.V - is! - n- - ssn - mm S174 Texas. 12 10r,.m. Cotton is dull and vnchanged Futures are steady, with sales for April at 16c; May. 16 7-lso i June, 17c. Ordinary... Good Ordinary .. . Strict Oood. Ordinary- Low Middling aslSM - M!i , MS'Z - ills'. 15'. Middling- Alabama... 17 Orleans. eii J17H Texas LrrERPOOL. March 28. 12:30 n. Cotton opens dull. Uplands. mit Orleans, ed. Orleans'. ;'rd. Sales. 10.000 bales, of" which 2oJ were lor expon ana speouiauoo. Nrw Orleans. March 28. 11: a.m. Cot ton is dull. Middling, 10?c; tales, 1000 bales; receipts, 471 bales. Notroi.g, March 28. Cotton receipts te-day, Vm bales. Mobile. March 27. The cotton market is firm, with a good demand. Middling, 16c; receipts. 28 bales. Chable.htor. March 28. The cotton market is quiet. Middling. 16-; rceipts, llhl bales. Ualvektor. March 28. Cotton is firm, with fair demand. Middling, 19; receipts, 2714) bales. Satairar. March 28 Cotton is auiet. Mid dling, 16V,c; receipts, Z7U0 bales. DCItRAL MARKET. The following auo'ations are for orders from store and small lots in a jobhinc war: Ai'fLitS-Moai-in to extra, II Wli V) T bbl. B ACON-Clcar sides. WVir; clearrib sides t',,'d:',' : snoulders. 7Mf7'-'-c: bam. oncan vaed IVA " oreakfast bacon, 9lf. o HkAN - I17'!8 ton. R riTKK Stendv: inferior to choice. YH 30e; evira. 3'c; westers reserve and choioe , roil, 3840c. ' BKANS-Owln. to'quality. 2 252 75. a.in.ii ova . u ... s'i ?yiia5 25 at tun im,Li ivadaik iivm. ' , . , ,, CAliBAUKS-Louisiana, new, 101- V hundred. dC()"'OA-NTJTS-11000, IB. CORN Rules at75S80o bushel, according to condition, ' ,. . CHEKSB Factory, 1415'c; English dairy, 14c ; rates irregular. ... CORN-MEAL Quiet at 13 453 48 bbl. and small lots at 13 S). BOGS l.traHoWdoten: nominal. DRIED FRUIT-Apples, 10c; peaches, 119 12c : nominal. . - FLOUR Super and extra, 16 007 60; fam ily and fiincy brands, 18 00(si9 50 bbl; infe rior, UM 50. . , -, EISll-Dried cod, extra largo, drams, 6o: boxes. 7C471-4e. GRIT8-I2 2592 60 bbl. , GKEHK-r.86Wdoten.and slow. GR0CER1KS Sugar, crushed, powdered and granulated W lb in barrel. H ! '' refined yellow and white in barrels, 99110 ; brown and yellow in hhds, 8410r. .Moiafees. Louisiana, new. in barrels, flOOJiSo; sugnr house syrups nominal. Sst, domestic, by the carload, 12 VXa'i 15 f 20-lb bhl. Coffee. Rio, vl lb. iniorior to choice, 2"'.i3o. Candles, star. lb. 170180. Rioe, Starch, 5 5V5 Soda. 8M9c. , . I1UMINY-I barrel. 1M 6a4 7o. HAY 114 OOM20 00 ton, and quiot. LEMONS-6 00 bbl. LARD-Tierces. 9H'e: kegs. 10910,c; pails. loVi(S10!4ct cases. 12s(12-aO. NAILK-$4 .Yi4 SO-rikog. OATS Choice, 60t)2 t bushel; seed oats h'8N0iONS-Mixed, 16 50ffi7 50 bbl. POTATOES Russets. 12 702 76; yeaeh blows, 2 &i(2 90: early rose. 3 75. PORK-Bulkoiear sides, 8H9Mo t o ear ri 8'S!4o; shoulders, 6' iHVie; mess, lib 60li "tUHKEYS Live. 11518 W doten. BAILING Sri'FFS AND TIEis-Bagginr, 2 and 2!, lbs. 1415c: on orders. S01o higher. Baling twine. 12Wil4Hc: iron ties, H'4Va. BUILDING MATERIALS In stiRw prioes are: Cement, Louisville, 2 75: Rondale, hundred. ft7; hair, 2 252 50 t W-lb bale; bale; plaster, Michigan, 4 00; New York, 1 50 DRUGS-Opium, 18 50; quinine, 2 60 ft ounce; morphine. 6 S5 18 ounce; cau.phor.45c per pound; chloroform, 1 60 m pound; castor oil, 2ic V pound; borax, 3Co V pound : blue mass, in jars. 1 10 V pound; calomel, I i: pound; indigo, 7fl 50 V pound; asifoeti dar, 55c ft pound : tartaric acid, tbe ; sulphuric acid, 8c '( pound; alcohol, 2 00 gallon; iodide potash. 6 50. . . . GLASS--tix8Wx9. 1-5 75; 7x10(38x10. 75; 9x11910x18. 7 25; 11x14(8.12x17. 8; 12xl8'lbx20. 8 25: 14x22916x24, 10. To the trade a disoount "'lultDWARK. ETC.-Bor iron. H lb. 49 4Vto. Boiler plates, government stamped. 4aic( charcoal boiler No. 1, 8'c; fire bed iron. No. 10 to 14. 6SV4"; charcoal bed, 8'4ot sheet iron, No. 26 to 27: 7.Vio; sheet iron, No. 22 to 24.701 cbarooal. No. 26 to 27. 9'c; plow slabs. 6Sc; steel slabs, 10V,o; plow wings, b9 6o; horse-shoe iron, 6rArt'.jc: hollnware cast ings, 5C't5Kc: spring steel. 17c; cast steel, 22&o: axes, fl doton, 12(jil6; boiler rivets, 18 lblULES. ETC. Dry deerskin, 35c; sheep pelts, 25c9M: flint hides, 18c; dry salted, loo; green salte.l. 8V4c; Ereen,64o. L1VK STOCK -Quiet: beef ctttle. 292'c; good. S91Hc: choice, 4(45. snd scarce. Cows and calves dull at 13) 00&35 00. Sheep, choice 495Ho. Hogs, 695"4o all grots weights. Mules. I110W140. Horses, OU(9lOO; choice, 120"Sl50. Oxen. 50'"75. MATCHES, BLACKING, ETC-Weouoto: Mutches V gross. 300 in box, 7 50; parlor, f gross, 3 60.33 75;. Dixon's stove polish. H gross, C; Maton's blacking, t gross, 4'4o; arge, 8 509. NAVAL STORES-Resin. M bbl; virgin. 5 50; pnle. 5; No. 1. 4 75; No. 2, 4 10; pitch, , f bbl. 5 50; Ur. W bbl. 7 50; half bbl. 4 50; Manilla rope, f) lb. 17918c; Sisal, laSKic; tarred ropo,15o; tar merlin, 35o: spua yarn, 25c; oakum, ! balo, navy, 5, American nary, 5 50; best navy. 6. ..,,- PAINTS Linseed oil. 1115; boiled. 120; turpentine, 60c; Japan dryer. 1 10; putty. bulk.4n; bladders, 4'4o; varni.-h, coach, 3 1 50; copal. No. 1, 1 75; lire-proof paint, dry, 3Hc: Venetian red, dry, Oookson's. 6ef yellow ochre, dry. So; white lead, lOjyUHo. TINNERS' 8TOCK-Tm pfate. 10. 10x14, V box, 14; IC. 14x20. 16; IC. 12x12. 14 sO; IC. foofing.13; IX. 10x14. 17: IX. 14 20; IS; IX 12x12. 17 78; sheet iron, boiled, Nos. 2h and 27, 797Kc; do, charcoal, 9fKo: do, galvan iied, 14(4l5o: Russia iron, 24o; imitation do, 17c; sheet sine, 13o; iron wire, 915o; soldier, 2:)925oi lead, lOo; ooppcr pits, 42c; metallio, WOOdVnD VILL0W WARE Buckets, ft doien, brass-hound, cedar, 2 and 3 hoops, lt(i10; painted, 2 40; tubs, painted, nests of 8, 1 2r.94 60; No. 1.10 50; No. 2. 9; Ne. S. 8; churns, pine, 16 to 22 inches, 7910; cedar, iron-bound, 14 17c; cedar, brass-bound, lt9 20; well buckets, 597: washboards, wood, 22o; sine, 2 4(1; ax-handles, 17594 50; measures, ne tsof 5, 191 75. WVEK INTELLIGENCE BOATS LEA VINO TO-DAY. Cincinnati. Ben FranKlid 5 p.in New Orleans, Belle Lee 5 p. in White river. Bannock Ciiv o P-m Arkansas river, aMsry Boyd 5 p.m Manauna, St. Francis 5 p.m St. Louis, Grand Tower 5 p.m Vii.kihtir.r St. tlenevieve a 5 P.m New Orloans, John Kilgour - 5 p.m New Orleans. City of'Quiney- P,m ARRIVALS. Steamer Grand Tower, St. Louis. Sta.Frencis, Wittuburg. " Pat Rogers, Cincinnati. " St. Genevieve, St Louis. " City of Quincy, St. Louis. DEPARTURES. Steamer Phil Allin, Friar's Point. " Frank Forest, Hale's Point. " A. J. White, Nnpoloon. " Capitol City, St. Louis. " Nick Longworth, Cincinnati. IB FORT. Sea Franklin. G. W. Cheek. Quickstep, Daiia T.-N f'itv nf Autriista. Marv Bovd. Ban- neck City, Pat Rogers, St. Genevieve, City of Quincy. WEATHER AXP BITSIEKiW. Weather cloudy and cold. The river here bas declined one inch since yesterday noon. and has fallen altogether twenty-eight inches. and is falling all the way down to V icksburg. At Cairo the river rose eleven inches. At St. Louis the river was stationary. The Ohio is fulling rapidly from Pittsburg to Evansville. The Cumberland rivor is declining steadily, White and Arkansas rivers are falling rapid ly. Business on the wharf is qniet, with little movement in freight. HISCEI.LANEOrS. The river fell two leches sines noon renter day. The rise coming from the lower Ohio and Missouri will not bring the river np to it; former bighth. At Cairo the river rose e'even Inches yester day. At St. Louis it was stationary. The local packets out last night had fair trips. The Thompson Dean for New Orleans, and James D. Parker for Memphis, left Louisville yesterday. The Coal City and Joha Atwood, with tows of coal, left Louisville last evening for New Orloans. The towboat Kellogg arrived last night from Illinois river with five barges of ice. She leaves to-day for Little Bock with twe barges of ice, . , The Alps with a tow of Ice for Vicksburg. and the Belle Memphis for Memphis, left St. Louis yesterday. Hereafter we will receive river dispatches at noon from ail the ports for the benefit of the commercial and river fraternity. The Paragon for Cincinnati and Henry Ames for St. Louis passed Vicksburg yester day. The St. Genevieve. Captain Virkers. is the Anchor Line packet leaving this evening for Vicksburg and the bands. Captain Garrett Huls, a clever gentleman, bas charge of the office. The Nick Longworth. Captain Lew Kates, bad her repairs finished this morning, and loft at nine o'clock fjr Cincinnati. Eugsne Bowers, an affable gentleman, pre sides in the effice. The lianno-k City. Captain Wm Elliott in eommand, leaves this evening for all points on White, Black and Little Red rivers, carry- j tag the United States mail. W. T. Butler and Joha Chtmberlin have charge ef the office. 1 The palatial and swift passonger steamer Belle Lee, Captain Frank Hicks in command, leaves this evening for New Orleans and the bends. Messrs. John Sullivan and Joe Spears, two gentlemen who are recognised for their urbanity and uniform kindnoss, have charge of the office. All wishing a pleasant trip to New Orloans will do woll to take pas sage on the Belle Lee. Mr. John Cheek, of the Cut-off saloon, but formerly medicine man on the A. J. White, wis presented yesterday by his estimable wifo with a bounoingboy weighing sixteen pounds, almost as large as himself. Captain James Good, who Is down at the wreck of the Crosont City working to recover the bodies lost by the explosion, forwarded last night the bodies ef Mrs. Ostrander, Pilot Munday and the cabin boy, oa a tug to this port, and tlioy will be taken from here to St. Louis by the steamer Grand Tower. The City of Quincy, Captain Lon Bryson, leaves this evening for New Orleans and tho bends, attending to all way business. In the office will bo found a clover gentleman. 1 he body of Captain Dawson, a victim of the Crescent City, has been .recovered, and will be forwarded to St Louis. Wm. 11. Oliver, a welt known and popular clork on tho river in ante helium times, died in this city last night, and will bo buried in Klmwood Cemetery this evening. The de ceased was formerly of Louisville, and re spected and loved by all who knew hiin. Tho Belle Lee will have over 3.000 bales of cotton on leaving here this evening. This has been the dullost Saturday on the levee this Beason. The Pat Rogers arrived at eleven o'clock this morning with a full cargo of freight and a fair number of people. She returns to Cin cinnati on Tuesday next. Tho St. Genevieve, from St. Louis en route to Vicksbnrg, same in at noon well laden. The City of Angusta and Bannock City were attached this morning on account of the Bill MoClain security oase. The Elliott Brother! in a few moments made all thing! right by giving bonds for the steamers. The Grand Tower. Captain Lennox, ii the regular Anchor Line packet leaving this even ing for Cairo and St. Louis, attending to all way business. Billy Dill will secure passage for all wishing a pleasant trip up the river. The elezant steamer Mary Boyd, in com mand of that ever popular officer. Captain" Rube Haines, leaves this evening Tor all points on Arkansas river through to Fort Smith, carrying the United States mail. The Mary Boyd is a good and safe carrier. Uus O'Neal, a courteous and attentive gentleman, presides in the office, and he will make all comfortable and at home who may chance to take passage oh the Mary Boyd. The City of Helena. Captain McKee, will pass up to-morrow at Un a'clook for Cairo and St. Louis. The Clarksville Is duo from Arkansal river with a good list of cotton. A new ship for tho Cunard Line has re cently been launched on the" Clyde. Her length is 455 feet. The superb sidcwhoal passenger steamer Ben Franklin. Captain W. B. Miller In com mand, leaves this evening for Cairo, Louii ville and Cincinnati, attending to all way business and ticketing passengers through to Now York at 125 and $20 to Baltimore, In cluding meals and staterooms. Andy Hnrrt gan, a genial and clever gentleman, does the honors of the office. The John Kilgour; Captain Alf Stoln, trill leave hero this evening for Now Orleans and the bends. Alf Croxal Is her prime minista r. The freight charges by rail between New York and St. Louis, a distance of 1000 miles, are 65o per 100 pounds, while from St- Louis to. New Orleans by river, which is 200 miles furthor than New York, the freight is only 17c per 100 pounds, making a difference of 48c per 100 pounds in favor of New Orleans. Captain Milt Harry is looking for a light draught boat to plaoe in the Memphis and White river trade. The daughter of the lato Captain Harry Spots, onoeooni -Hinder of the famous steamer Eclipse, was married at St Louis a few days since to a California banker. Recorder Winters has been holding a grand matiuee with the steamboat passenger agents for aavorul days past. The Recorder wants to make them dance, but Pat won't fiddle the right tune for them. Bill Dili and Clarence Hall have decided to quit the agency business and study Blnckrtone. They would." make nnd lawyers, as tlioy arc well versed is the art of " lavors." The St. Francis, Captain Basket, arrived this morning from St. Francis river with 180 bales of eotton, a lot of seed, and a good num ber of passengers. She has a pleasure, party on board from Helena and Austin. The St. Francis leaves this evening for Helena.the bands and Marianna. Messrs. Geo. Griffing and Jim Franklin, two courteous nnd atten live officers, have charge of the office. Captain Wm. Elliott goes out' in command of the Bannock City, Captain Milt Uurry hav ing resigned thecominandership. The City of Quincy arrived at noon from St. Louis well laden, and will back out this evening for New Orleans. Henry McNutt and Ad Wasson will pilot the Kellogg from here to Little Bock and re turn. A crevase is reported at Hard Times levee. four miles below Grand Gulf. The opening Is into Ship's bayou, snd the water has com pletely submerged the Brucn-burg plantation. The St. Louii Board of Trade is considering the question of establishing a Mississippi Valley and Braiil Steamship Company. Mr. Aleck Hunn, who, by the way, is one of the best fellows in the world, and esteemed by the river fraternity, has established a bakery at 71 Beal street, where .he is turning out the finest bread and cakes that can be bad in the city. Professor Forshoy, of New Orleans, and Captain Ends, of St. Louis, were before the House Committee on Railways and Canals at Washington yesterday, discussing the ques tion of the beat plan of an outlet at the mouth of the Mississippi river. Captain Eads advo cating his Jetty :ystem, and Professor Forshey oppo-jntf STEAMBOATS. for VieBxabara;. Memphis and St. Louis Packet Co. U. S. Mail Line For Vicksburg and the Bends. ST. GENEVIEVE Vickers, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE SATURDAY. 28th inst.. at fi D m a i'-u au. fcLUKJi. treasurer. Cincinnati and New Orleans Packet Company For Vicksburg. Natchei, New Orleans and all bend landings. JOHN KILGOUR Alf Stein, master LEAVES AS ABOVE 8ATUR- , . .. DAY. 28th inst.. at 6 n.m. IV" For freiuht or nassa.a anntv an ajfiaaaa-ajai-aai b.ard. or le J. T. WASUl.Mi TOai, armi, 2.1-21 4S Madison street. For Arln.o-.na Stiver. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Com panyI'. S. Mail Line ror rioa a-ihi. Little Rock, and all points through to Jtort Smith. MARY BOYD .naines, master WILL I.KAVKA8 ABOVE ON (t-jj. SAlUHDAk. 2lh inst.. at l.e , 5P'm' JOHN N. HAPP.IN, Agent, 23-21 .Office ;-.JJ: rout sireet. For New Orleans. BoEtilsr Memphis and New Orleans Paoket For Helena. Chicot City, Vioksburg, New Orleans and tbe bsnds. BELLE LEE, xJ3; FRANK HICKS -.Master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE SATURDAY. 28th inst.. at 5 p.m. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 23-24 4V4 Madison street. for fjlnelnoatl. Memphis and Ohio River Packet Co. For Cairo, Evansville. Louisville and Cincin natiThe new sidewheel steamer BEN FRAN KL1 N Miller, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON . ff-s. k SATURDAY, 2Sth inst.. LjJe-11?? at 6 p.m. Through tickets to New EfcaDjas York, C25, and all other Eastern cities at pro portionate rates. For freighter passsuge ap ply on board or to R. M. BRADFORD, Agent. 2V24 206 Front street. For New Orleans. St. Loui. Memphis and Now Orleans Packot For Vicksburg, Nutchei, New Orloans and the bends. CITY OF QUINCY -Bryson, master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE rr-v fc SATURDAY, 2Sth inst., at LeU'-fS-? 5 p.m. In US aaABASj For freight or pisnge apply to J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent. 23-24 4 Madison street. CHEEK LINaG. MEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET Company.-Fnr Helena, Friar's Point, Napoleon ana the Bends. U. S. Mail to Na- poleon-The steamer ' rp-a. A. J. WHITE, jsvBPibnmP Mark Cheek ....Master Leaves TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. A clerk will be found at the big Red Wharf boat to receive freight at all times. For freight or passage apply on board or to GEO. W. CI1KEK, Sup't, ' 143-t No. 268 Front Btreet. For St. Fraatils River. For Helena, Marianna. and all way landings Tbe fine steamer i St. Franci8, .k-Efc ft Tta.Lot lYimter! Geo. Griffing. clerk: LEAVES EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p.m. The St. Franois will go through to Wittsburg t'lV' GLENN VINSON. Agents. S-f On board Wharf boat. Hempnls), Helena and Friar'a Potat Semi-Weekly l.loe. The elegant passenger steamer PHIL ALLIN ..James Lee, master T EAVES MEMPHIS 0!J MON- , fr-9. fc IJ DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and LeUW FRIDAYS, at 5 p.m. For freightorpassage apply on ooard. 65-t Far Helena, Friar'a Point, Napo leon, lileot i lly ana an nsy I,audlDB;a aeml.H'eet-lw s-aekeit. The Elegant Passenger Steamer QUICKSTEP, jisSS. . W. J. ASHF0RD. Master, Leaves Memphis WEDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. 82-t . Regular Seml-WeeUly Coast Ph's. Str. Frank Forest, 0. K. J0PLIN Master WILL LEAVE EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY, making all the coast land ings. For freight or passage apply on board. 2 t LEGAL. Administrator's Kotice. ALL PARTIE8 INDEBTED TO THE Es tate of the late James Davis are hereby notified to come forward and settle the same. Anil those having claims against the estate will present the same, duly authenticated, to me within the time presoribid by law, or the same will be forever barred. 21-27-33 39 P. MADIGAN, Adm'r. Trnslee'i Sale. TY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST I) mads by W. B. Richardson and wile, dated May 11. 1872. to secure a note of that date lor $3200. to Dickinson, Williams A Co., the undersigned, or one ot them, will sell for cash, at public auction, to tne nignest oiaaer. aSn, al PUOIIO ailUllUal, IU lUO UIKU.BL. UIUUII , n tbe prouiie, in the town of Gadxdun, in ha county of Crockett, and State ot Tennes- on I the See, on Saturday, the lltli Aaj ot April next, between legal hours, all the following described property situated in the said county of Crockett, and Stata aforesaid, to wit: One town lot in the town of Gadsden, beginning at a black oak, Hugh Rains' north west corner (that was), thence west forty-nine poles to a double black oak, thence south fif teen degrees, east one hundred and eighty feet to astake, thence east forty-sis poles to a stake on said Rains' west boundary, thence north one hundred and eighty to the begin ning, containing 3l acres; tbe same being, at the date of said doed, the said W. B. Rich nrdsen's homestead, bought of John B, Boy kin, Nov. 5, IttoO. Also in same town four other lets, vis.: No. 3n on the west side of Quincy street, site 30x125 feet; lot No. 38 on Quincy street, sise 30x125 foot, adjoins W. IL Soli' lot; lot No, :J9 on Quincy street, sise 30x125 feet, adjoins W. H. Solis' lot; lot No. 79 on Poplar, corner of tho street, begins at a stake, runs north fifteen poles, thence east ten poles, tiience south twenty-four poles, thence wet fifteen poles, to the beginning. The said last four lots were bought by W. B. Richardson et a sale made by a decree of the Circuit Court in W or 18-.7, sold for a division of the estate of John R. Boykin, doe ensed. Right of redemption waived. Sale made for benefit of assignee of said note. The undersigned convey only as trustees. .1. W. DICKINSON. B. F. DICKINSON, W. W: WILLIAMS. II. T. Ei.i.i:tt, Attorney. March 3. 1874. S-td Administratrix's Sale. WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION. MON DAY, 30th DAY OF MARCH, at 12 o'clock, corner of Main and Madison streets. Memphis, the trotting borse UoneKt John,' formerly owned by 1). Cockrell, one-half in terest in same belonging to the estate of D. J. Doyle, deceased. TKK7.E VAN T A CO.. 16-25 Auctioneers. Trustee Sale. J PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A DEED of trust to me executed by Rirhard J. erson on the 9th day of January, 1872. duly registered in the Register a office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 84, page 2)5, to secure to Miss Judith A. Bouoer his note for 12200, the same remaining unpaid, at the request of the holder, I will, on Saturday, the 28th ot March, 1874, at the southeast eorner of Court Square, in the city of Memphis. Tenn., sell to the high est bidder, for cash, at public outcry, the pro-srty therein described as follows; Begin ning at a stake 10 chains and 12 links east of . the southeast corner of the intersection of linlmesand Elizabeth avenues: thence east wi'h Elisabeth avenue 11 chains and 44 links: thence south 44 chains and 81 links; thence west 3 chains and 85 links: thence north 15 east3 chains and 75 links; thonoe north 68 west 9 chains to a stake; thence north 'fi chains and 75 links; containing 46 60-1(11 acres, ana- being a part of the old home place of Geo. L. Holmes, being tbe same conveyed ti said Person by Jacob H. Alooo oy aeea dated May 4, 1870, duly registered. Also one tract of 40 acres, being the sonth west quarter of a 160 acres tract laid off to said Person by decree of - the Common Law and Chancery Court of the oily oj Memphis, and which 100 acres is apart of the 731 acres therein described; said 40 acres hereby conveyed begins at the southwest eor ner of the 731 ai'rcs, in rnni;e 8. seotion I, on the waters of Nonconnah; thenee north 25 chains, esst H chains: thence south 25 chains; thence west 16 chains to the beginning. For greater certainty of de-eript oo soj deed of trnst under which this sale i. to b made. Terms eash. hquity of redemption barred: title believed tote goad, but 1 will sell ana convey only as Tru.tee. 164-28 li. U, POST'JN Trustee,