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So. i a Madison s reet. i - BUSINESS OIBgCTOWY. jl.h InMfitnfe. 3Ta. Emilt B. AKiiom, 271 Madison street A Horn vi a...n. Weathkehobd A E u H Union ft IIaV.IM. Btocktom A Hayns. B I " '""J'' P M Ti'R. ooraer Second and Ada n St. Adams, Diiio 4 Uordon. 39 Madison street. 'TV. L. Vvrr, 34 Qayoso street. Jams L. Abhbbooi, jtfayosojtreet -?"? " ttVinV.'Sluildin,, . KryLd ltf7 Mtln n Kmrn-L w.. """" " Hr and Ale Oepot. 3Tit PftBT A Co.. 13 Court street. Roller Work. SUiiigKT Liim.Jooonkatjreet - Bindlnar nnoTt-rintlnt-. IT. D. M ATF1KI.P. 361 Main street. RAAa mii il hh or a. JIakcis Fiiuiio. 2U0X Ma n street. P. Hach. 411 Main street. Jd, i Warxb. 46 Beal street. &T.Ainn-of M-iin and Monro., K ,M& i&re.t. to W; HuilLH. NX Jefferson street. Hottling- Worn. B. Himc, 7 Washington street. tiuft fit Uaailrj. S,rHAin Sharp, second street. Baker an I 'onfectloner. o(ii llivR. 416 Main street. II Ha , 126 Beal street. J J. Tajisrr. S4 Front street. Kroosi k Smith. 88 Beal street. .. Chas. Dkckkr. eornerof Beal and bhelny. gSjDL. 137 Union street. Books and tiloarj. Pawn 9JiA Main street. Mu. W.J. Mansvord, oor. Second A Monroe Book IN a air. Plauoe, Etc. SL a. Hollknbsro, 2i4 Main street. Kniriclee anil Wairone. Wallacr A Gmaoy. 389 Second street. Boarding, Llrry aid Sale Stable. Him A Co.. Vnion street. Bnalnraa f'ollfice. 6. M. RrtMRTsn, 356 Main street. T. A. Lepwm. 238 Main street. Rnlldera. Tbob Koryon. 1W Second street. Billiard. Play at Phabodt Billiard Hail. Play billiards at Willbtt 8. 37 Adams ftreet Carrlace Bpalrlff. 0c5 Lilly. 61 and 63 Union street. I mmlialoi. - K. K. 0iLLR3t, WO Front street. . iHM NlTORX, 39S Main street. Cooper. SCHrLTiR. 128 Poplar street. rarpenter. "T. F. Callabaw. 224 Third street. l. Rkirr, 11 Washington street. Clolhlnir. . Joiskoh A Vascb. 305 Main street, i A A. h. Lowinrtbih. Z Main street. VS. Fmon, nnder Worpham House. A. WoLric5BTEin. S31 Main street Cigar fjnanfaelery. JtJLirB Scbalscha, 147 Washington street. Clfara and Tobaero. StoLCoLBMAH, 200 Main street. J. T. WiL80H, 301 and 303 Main street. bABWBnji A Krixio. 43 Jefferson street. Cblaa and Qae'n.ware. W. A 8. Jack A Co., 824H Main street. coDeramlilia. Sbeet-lroa Worker. Km.iT A Co.. Steam Fitters and Black smiths, corner Market and Fulton streets. Dyrlat;. Cleaning; and Kepatrlatr. B. A. Hoi.LEitBRBO. 61 Madison street. Dry deeds. Tatlob. Jot A Co., 312 Main street. Dealiste. S. P. Cctlir, 218 Main street. A. Wbbroii A Subs, cor. Main and Jefferson, Ornea and tfedlelaea. ' TJ. F. OoiiOTRAB. under Overton Hotel. V. S. JntjBDAft, 26 Main street. 8. M. Ward A Co., 143 Main street. C. V. 9. Mobkikr A Co.. tS) Beal ftreet. Job Waltrr. 1&4 Main street. Abdrrv Rkmrrt, cor. Main and Market. W. C. Oribcold A Co.. 423 Main street. r.jn and Ear Infirmary. Dt, L. L. CotBA, 47M Main street. Fine I.lqor and Clear. fSARi.ET Feui's. 351 Main street. V Compreased Teaat. OrAfu A. Mii.lir, srent of Flelechmann A Co.'t Com.leaet, cor. Second and Jackson. F.atrraTlnc and Jewelry. V. B. Tbater, 308'Second street. roralahloa- Oood. a. Q. Baricart, corner f Main and Monroe. rnrnlinre and rpholatery. IVooib Keith, 191 Main street. Farnllare and Carpel. BtTKOK A Cinr, 228 Main street. Uroerrlra. K.. C. Millrb A Co., 198 Main street. Jakrs M. Dotlb, 62 Second street, Chelsea. Otjb. A. Mobti, cor. Shelby and South street. Jabeb QniBi.A. 8. E. cor. DeSoto A Linden. D. Oripfib, 76 Second street; also feed. P. Djvitt, 218 Poplar street. Pat Roper. 0 Main street. P. McNbltt. 153 Beal street. Johm McLaoohlib. cor. Hernando and Beal. Hotels 'Wbitemor. Hocsr, board 15 to $10 rer week. Chelsea HnrE, L. LaCroiE. Proprietor. Meals 50c al ; Frakei.in Hodsb, 18 Adsms St. Plabtrrs' Hour. l 25 per day. 13 Main. Cochran H all, lrt and 14 Main streeU. Hotel D Ei RorB, board S ner week. Wobbham HonsE. White A Cox, 12 50 per day Moeabt Hot'PE. 15 Waehinrv.n street. W Tree Hotel, board tl 50 per day. Hair aMia. M. L. Bopner. 33f Main street. Mrs. Hats, Caps and rare, B- Dabt. 347 Main street. Hair Dresser and II air UadSa f?B?rm, corner Court andSeeond its. Iron, Hare and jail Work. A. D. Scbi'ltz, 119 Jefferson street. lasnranee rire, Life. Ele. James B. Warxeb, 17 Madison street. Carrinoton Mabon, 9 Madison street. Oreere A Lucas, 18 Madison street. H. T. Tnm.iEaoK, 17 Madison street. Lovb A Bsattv, AgenU, 22 Madison ftreet. Iran nnd flleel. iOWN Manqoue, 196 Main street. Jan Printing-. O. A. P.EEHN, 2iu Main street. Lumber, lnr, Haals, Ele, I. Eapee, 3 and 3ii0 Second street. J. E. Kirtlakd A Co.. lost and 111 I'nien st. Ilatirvas Mannraetorr. .font Clavin, 119 Beal street. Mlllinerr and Area Making, ."Mas. Sai.lie Si-llivan, ' Main street, f-.ta. PivrL, 3V and .V.8 Main ureet Tit. J. W. Wilminoton. Main .treat. U a. M. A. Oabrett. i Ileal tr.t. Max. Booth A M. A. Ci ttino, 2j y. Perdce, 3)5 .Main streeu Meat Marfei. 1.Y,. nn.ME, 5:) Main street. I. t-KKt-iEL. Sr. A J"""", 71 Jefferson, 134 Main . KiROB Cro.rv. li'iS Union street, w . L'ahneimkr. lui Main and If Adams. 1. A. McCarver A Co.. wholesale, a47helby. V'imlliso A Bro.. 68 JeTerson street. Thomas. V Poplar street . Herehant Taller. T. Ranholrh. 84 I'nion slreet. T. M'-Giot, ZA Secord street. John Rokmano, 341 Main street. Meals. frorrlea. t ie. 3. D. Baret A Co., 76 Bet! 6treet. Ai8tokth A Eon, mtais. liT Vase street Marble Works. j. WntT A Bon. 44 and 4fi poplar street. " jtxwa nni ssiMisonerj. . iir T iubh 9JW V&ln ntraet. t" L. Pmith, 1o4 Main. oip. Overton Hotel. Mnraerr. p. GomiKi.g, Second, near F'cal street. Orsleis, Game. Kac. 6. Clebknt, 92 Beal street. SHI. Lamp, Reaps, Etc. O. F. Prrsoott A Co.. 279 Main street. Pbyalrlass. J. R.Dott. M. D.. 278 Second street. Jon Chandler, M. D., XV) Second street. Db. T. DoyoHUR, 149 Min street. Db. Johb Pitman, 335 Main street. Db. H. R. Bopson. 41 Aladison street. PI amber and fl aa Filter. C. Rxinhabdt, 316 Front Row. Cards t3 per dos.. Abbbtbono's, 211 Main ft. J. H. MoTfTON. 249 Main street. CardsD$3per doi.i P. F. ti'iRon, 45 Beal st. Painter. , F. Datis, 281 Second street. Palnla and Oil. C. Qpaceenbpsh A Co.. 346 Seoond ftreet. Rental Arraxr. O. W. McOhke, 5 Adams street. Hoofera. Jambs Hall A Co., 115 Beal street, Plastla oii running vompany. Babtholomet A Allen. Genuine Qrarel Roofing, 40 North Court street. 14-91 Real P.alate Broker. H. L. Ouion, 31 South Court street. Keataaraala and Saloons. tr 1 .. bk kt c j -i . rv. 1 ' . Ittlfl.RI, OU pewuu inmi. VUDUH. Mrbchabtb. corner of Second ana Madison. Johns , tiot. 5, 7 and 9 Court street. w obllkb llousB. meals :o, 5 Jenerson st. Saw and Planlnar Mill J ohn Zest, Front street, opp. Gaf Works. School. W. Z. Mitchell, Principal, 303 Third ftreet. Savlnars Bank. Fbeedmab's Saving and Trust Co, 44 Beal st. Sew Ins; Machines. Oroveb A Baeeb, 318 Main street. f.iifaRR MimtNi (lo.. zj.iVb Mftin street. Wilson Machine Co. .cor Adams and Second. Stoves. Tin Ware and Orates. Rise A Johnson, 306 Main street. L. Fbiti A Co., 151 Main street. Tailoring, Cleaning- and Repairing:. W. M. Loeb. 17 west Vonrt ftreet. Hanson A Walker, 216 Second street. rndertakers. Thob. Swan. 232 Third street. Flahertt. Marlrt A pcllivab. 317 Second. O. 11. Holbt A Bbo.. 320 Ma n street. JeHN Walsh. 344 Second and 15 Winchester. Wholesale and m r la II Heat Store. C. Mendel A Co., 77 Main street. Wall Paper. te. M. Dean A Co., 381 Main street. Hatch's ani Jewelry. S. L. Michot. 303 Main (treat. BrrE, 77 Heal street. M EXP II IS P0ST0FFICE. Qrrioi HocBtr- From 8 a.v.TOSr.il.i Sobdat, r bom v to iu a.m. Closet. Arrives. a.m. I r.M. 12 3.30 12 i phi 8.20 3.30 .00 Twice Daily. Memphis A Charleston R. R. Daily. 8.15 .S0 1100 11.55 2.25 8.00 MississiprJ A Tennet- 45 K. K. Dailv. Memphis A Little Rock 12 1 S 30 J 90 8 30 t 30 R. R. Daily, Miss. river to I.'elena A Friar's P't daily. VickBburB(tri-weekly) Mon.,Thura.,Sat. Miss, river t St.Louii Mon.Thnrs. Fri. White River Semi Weekly Tues. A Sat. Ark river.semi-weekly Tuesday and Saturday Marion (tri-weekly) Mon., Wed., Fri. Cuba, Tennessee weekly Friday. ByhaliaAOlive Branca Tues. and Fri. S 30 3.30 If-ASOaTIC DIRECTOBT. RECTOBT. SI LODOBS. Hi. LODOBS. Sopth Memphis, No. 118 meets id Friday each montn oan comer maaison ana reo- ond. W. M. ltrooks, w. m.; a. J. n neeier, eeretary. imiBnii. Hn. ihn lrjeeu isi monaav in jvarr month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Court and Main. C. U. Locke, m.; u. Richmond, beeretary. Lblia boorr. wo. w meets isi xnorsaay ef each month ball nnrn Bullion ani ben- d. n m. rranK, n, ai.i A. s. aiyers, Oritur, DbSoto, No. 299 meets 3d Friday of each month' Odd Fellows' Hall. Ban. F. Price, w M , R. W. fihelton. Secretary. Kilwinning, No. S41 meets 4th Friday of each month at south Memphis Hall, comer of Madison and Becond. Kichara Creinhton, W. M.l J as. b. carpenter, secretary. BOTAL ARCH. Pbnb Ch after. No. 22 meetf 2d Monday of aeh month Odd reijows' Uati. U.B.f ornter. K. H. r. ; A. J. n Heeler, secretary. Mbmpbis Ch a pteb. No. 96 meet at Odd Hows' 11 all. )d Monaeyoreacn monto. w. Matthews. M. A. tl. t.l it. . Blieiton, BeoreUry. B. AND B. M. Iiritri CnHBcrL. No. 6 meets 3d Thnra- nf uih month Odd Fellows' Hall. Q. bVeder. Th. IU. ; C. H. Myers, Bee. TBMFLARS. Ctreice Commawdeet, No. 4 meetf 4th Mon- of.eacfe montn. oeo. jueuersn, vom. I x. i,hm. Ree. Calvabt Ch after or Robs Ceoii, 18th, So. Charles w. Aaamt, sm, la... w. . i u. Tomlinton, 32d. Sea.. O. r. DIRECTORY. Odd Fellowt.CHall, corner Mala and North Uourt ttreeu. LODOBS. Mbmpbtb Lodob. No. t meets every Tues day. Geo. W. Smith. W. .j W. W. Hum rhres, V. O.i C. H. Pliichke. Secretary; K. F. Rik, Treasurer. Chiciasaw Lodob, No. 8 meets every Mon V. ? utjEU.. wviiu "allow, a.. V., i berg. V. 9. R. B. Jones, R. 8.; Themas Bacon, P. 8.: John Holt. Treasurer. Schiller Lodob, No. 140 meets every Wed Besdsv niaht. Jos. Aehtmaa. N. 44.1 J. G. rVhmid. V. (. 11. Shillins. Secretary: Peter sienures, ireasurer. daesee Lodge, tio. 147 meets every Friday nlKht. C. Gross. N. 0. J. T. Lees, V. .; V. 11, Starr. P. and R. S. George A. War Ins. Treasurer. BNCAMFMENTS. . ?iT0ICAMFMEirf, No. Smeetf oa the i w "ursaay nignts or eacB month, i" . r 'r?'!"' C P.; Charles M. Carroll. H. ?:?." 'hhloss.B. W.; Thomas Bacon. 8.; si?T? e,c-fet.No. 39-meetf 2d and Piiihw-"1? Silb of menth. C. H. . Bingham, Treasurer- Thoi. L. Ri,k. J. W. TSISHTS O" FTTHIAS. ..1"" .P01, ? 5-Meeu5i 7.-1"'. rIU",,J,V " ever Adams E McCleln? C. CT-P:;- Sh g- ?: W" "w.VH.CLin Uroas, P. - "Unn' f 0. Cooti b he Lion Loim-.e No. 1H-Met r Monday night at 260 Second strVineent Block, opposite Court S .usre. F M Haley C.C.iF.B. Brenan. V. C: C A Burr M K.I B. II. Coleman. M. F.T j J Kom K K b.i Jacob Fhtter. P. C.; Ed. R. JackP. rpERPERAHCB SOCIETY. Ktoma Temflb or H. ao T. No. 1-meeU very ToeMay night at hall of Cyrene Com "y.iio.SMiniAtt. C. L. Loop. W. u ,'JK- Lamont, W. V.T. : Jos H. Shep ai. F. W. C. I. ; L t. Risk. jr?W. ft! , FINANCIAL AND COMMEKCIAL. MONET. Publio Lbdobb Oppicb, .1 Memphis. Tbm.. June 3. 1874. J Business in fidancial circles remains quiet and devoid of much animation The banks report collections easy, with currency in good supply and the money market working easy. The DeSote Hank has retired from business and been merged into the Bank of Commerce. The discount market is unchanged; all first class paper offering is freely taken by bankers at 910 $ cent. & annum on the streets money is plentiful at 1 J i cent, f montb. Brokers are paying 1111111J for gold, with little offering I Exchange coqtinnes scarce; on Ne' York, Boston and Eastern points buy in at par and selling at c premium, and on New Orleans at Jc discount. The rates between banks is $2 V $1000. Scrips an bonds, and in fact securities of every kind remain quiet, with little movement in the market and no transactions wor- - .. '"J Ot note, Memphis 6's. currency ...43 Ail Memphis 6's. soldbearina...... 50 (fc'tf P-icoUon pavement sonp .. .45 (4 Shelby county warrants....... 80 (483 Charleston railroad stocks...... 1012 lenneesee new issue. au m.io lennessee state warrants ao aw CO-fTOH The market this morning opened quiet and inactive,- with a light demand. New York for spots was reported dull, with nothing doing, prices weak and c lover to sell; futures were easy. Liverpool was reported unchanged, with middlings at 8i(g,8sd, Orleans at 8gd and sales of 10, 600 bales. New Orleans was quoted quiet, with middlings at 17jc. The weakness and dullness of the Liverpool and Eastern markets had a correspond' ing effect on the market here. Buyers were not disposed or anxious to make purchases. The demand, which was light, was mostly for bright cottons Prices were irregular and nominal, a few spinners taking several Email lots of ordinary at 12 J12c, low middlings at 1616c and middlings at 17J17c. cotton BXuhaNOI official quotations : Ordinary a... ,- 1212 Good Ordinary. ... .................15 ($15'4 Low MidUling.................. GHi'-, Middlinr . fll7 btnet MMl.linit......... tais Good Middlinf- nominal The tollowinr Is the present tariff from New York and Boston to Memphis on freights by the Ureat Western Digpatcu r aat r reigut lane: All rail First class. II 31: second class, SI 18: thirJ class. 81 Vi: lourtn class. ho: nun class, 67c. The following are freight rates, f) cwt:, on compressed ootton to tne points named: All IVBll. AlVer BUU XUAll. Baltimore.. 71 72 72 77 88 Philadelphia New York Boston 77 Providence . Fall Kiver .... Lowell Lawrence 98 96 93 97 69 93 91 91 93 Liverpool, via N. Y. ' Llvaroool. via . I. " W C 66 New Orleans, all rail and all river. ......II 25 Liverpool, via rewuricans, tteamsliip...b,4d Liverpool, via New Orleans, sail 67!'d OOTTOB EXCHABQI 8TATKMKNT. StocE, September 1. 1873 3.505 Heceiveit since last statement. loi Reoeived previously- -.. 420,341 420.442 Shinned since last statement.... 70 423.947 Shipped previously - ..393,418 398,488 Stook at noon this day............ 25.459 IMFCRTS. Thus far this week.............. ....... Thus far last week .... Bince September 1 - Memohis and Charleston railroad.... . 1.062 .. 2,468 .420,441 42 Mixsissippi and Tennessee railroad. . -MAmtihia and Ohio railroad .... H 11 21 Memphis and Paducah railroad. .. .......... Memphis and Little Rock railroad Steamers Estimated per wagons and other s ouroet BXFOETS. Thnf far this week . 2,(P3 Thus far last week 2.84' 6ince September 1 - .298,48 Memphis and Charleston railroad 70 Mississippi and Tennessee railroad-.. Memnhis and Ohio railroad..... .. .. Rteames. n"r'h - - Steamers soth ........ . T' v rail north... ...... ...... By rail south - . Receipts and shipments of cotton since last Friday evening at all United States ports are aa fuilowa: Receipts ... 9.001 Exports to Great Britain .......... 15.440 Exports to the continent. - . 5.5S6 6tock .....-304.583 New Yobe. June 3. 10:20 a.m. Cotton is weak, nothini doinr. prices nominally un changed and He Lower to sell. old en? Ordinary.. ........ etlVi Good Ordinary....... mli Low Middling.... ....- . P17H Middling- Alabama..... Orleans. Texas ...., -- tjisJi 12:10o.m. Cotton if easier and unchanged. Futures are strong, with sales for June at 17 9-li'sl7H: July, 17 15 16-81 18; August, 185-16 18e. Sales to-day, 21. 6iJ0 bales. 0rdinar7rr.Vr,...-..'.,..JZ..' -- Oood Ordinary low simaiing ...... (air,''. Middling 18' Alabama - Wf Orleanf .... .- . Texaf - 0187 s Niibfoli. June 3. Cotton reoeiptf te-day, 656 bales. Mobile. Jnne 3. The cotton market is quiet. Middling, 17c i receipts, 7 bales. Savabb ah. June 3. Cotton if dull. Middling fPsO; receipts, 2u0 bales. Oalvestov. June 3 Cotton is doll and nominal. Middling, 17c; receipts, 125 bales. New Oblbans, June 3. 11:30 a.m. The market la ouiet. Middline. 17c: sales. 5ub bales; 'receipts, 681 bales. Chableston. June 3. The cotton market is dull nominal. Middling, 17!c; receipts, 2 bales. . . Litertool. June 3. 12:30 n.m. Cotton opens dull, with a downward tendency, up lands, .V-8Kdi Orleans. 85d. S o.m. Cotton Is dull. VpIandf.WlV'fd! Orleans. 8'd. Sales, IO.OIjO bales, of which 20VU were lor export and speculation. SEltERAL. MARKET. The following ouotationt are for orders from store and small lots in a jobbing way: Ari'Lto Medium to extra, 1'J lr$m w n bbl. BACON-Oear sides. Vfl", clear nb fides, iiv5l'i';e: shoulders. 7VH7': hsms, uncanvaie l 1 -a'4: breakfat bacon. ll'-43U;v BKAN-121 W&L 00 X ton ; tl 40 yl 1U0 lbs in ftore. BLTTFR Common, 22?23c; extra, 2433i chniee tal.le. 2o- w. BEANS Owing to quality, tl 502 75. BAILING SH IES AND TIK liagginr, 2 and 1Vt lbs, l.Va!4e: on orders, -vle bigber. Baling twine, LiV'HV: iron 7!ic Bl II.LING MATEKIAI.S-In store prices are: Cement, Louisville, 12 75; Kosendale. V V bbl, 3 .''! hair, 2 2.2 50 Y v-lb bale; bale: plaster, Michigan, 4 00; New Yorg, 5 5o. CHICKENS Banse from 3 rsy4 09 doren : si.rirE cbirkens, 1 1 5o4 doten. t'AHHAGli Louiiiaaa, new, $'v12 l hundred. COAL OIL gallon in store, 17$11c. COCO A-N IT.S-w 1"0, I". CORN Holes at V 3-7 bushel; ear corn, 759-c bushel. CH EESE Factory, 17(H18ot Englis! dairy. nftlS'in. rtei Irreirulnr. COllN-MEAL-Quiet at 4 2o(s4 30 bbl COTTON. NKKTiu on u Inn. COTTON-bE hil) MEAL-ateady at 4243o ,V,u',.,,P,Jlf,Jt'"'. DRIED FRLIT-Apples, 1213o peaches, " !',' nominal. DKLGS-Oniiim. 8 M- nulnlne. 2 60 ounce imorrhine.li If, ounce: eamnhor. 370 P pound; chlorolorin, 1 50 pound; castor oil, 2oo V pound; borax, 28o W pound: blue pound; indigo, 75tM 50 n' pound; asifoetl dar, bexs tl pound : tsrtarln 'i,l 6rn: sulnhnrio 'uiarn.i in noiina: oaiomei. i wi oiu. oo pound; alcohol, i 00 10i"h Potash. 5 50. . , 1 . tlifjr calltJ DILI a, w" IWI WJ 1II1- lly and fancy branda. 60 V bbl i info- ISI1 Drifld ood, extr-v largo, dm oil, 6Xoi fafckhR t5'46doaen. and slow GROCER! KS Sugar, crushed, powdered ana granulated H b in barrel. ll34(912c: so refined yellow and white in barrels, 9Hllo prows ana yellow in hhds, 91tic. Molasses( Louisiana, nmw in karrelfl. 'UlAiSoe! auvnr. house syrups nominal. Salt, domestic, by the canoaa, lUM'i 16 oni, conee. too. lb, mforior to choice, ZWZHe. Candles star, W lb. Iti(ai7c. Rice, 994o. Starch, (5!4o. Soda. 7(U,Kn. OlASS-i87i9. 15 75 : 7xlO(S18xlO. IS 75; Oxllr9l0jl3, 7 25; 11x14(812x17. 8; 12x18(S16x20, : 14x22(316x24, Sio. io the UaUe a dis count of 50 ) oent, HOMINY ai harrel. 4 MI 65. HAY W ton. prairie. Sll (SK13 00; mixed 119 00(321 00: timothy. 124 00X426 00. HARDWARE. ETC. Bar iron, V lb. 4(9 4Ho. Roller plates, government stamped! 43o: charcoal boiler No. 1. 8!-io: fire bed iron, No. 10 to 14. 63'iH-; charcoal bed, 8Ho sheet 24, 7ko:'cbarcoa'l, 'No. 26 to ?7,'9o; plow fll-. .1 .I..U. 1nL.. nlA fnn. Aa (rnn K... 0 JT. 71.. a K a... ,..,n Nn 'ft In DDU,. ugc, PlUVl ,i.ui ftvw n,ueo, "' 6c; horse-shoe iron, 6,-a(a(c : holloware cast ings, 65Kc; spring steel, 17Kc; cast steel, 22Hc; axes, W duien, 12016; boiler rivets, D 10. B'4C. HIDES, ETC. Dry deerskin, 30c; sheej elts, 5Hc5c: Hint bides, ISo: dry saltei So: ereen salted. 8V4o: green. 6!4(St9o. SILEMONS-tlO 00 m box. L1VK MULK-uuiet: beer catt e. '.kw ikh: good. VMiiQ:choic9.bWit'4 and scarce. Cows and calves dull at 120 00(450 00. Sheen, choice bVflbo. Hogs, otloo all grofs weigtits, mules, tun 'II4U. itorsea, lougiuu; cuoioe Biiwuiw. uxen, aoiwf.i. iiAKD Tieroes, liyMVH Regs, Yl'jaVi't pails, l'Sfao: cases. l4'9lao. MATCHES, BLACKING, ETC.-Weauote Matches y gross, 300 in box, 7 50; parlor, gross, 8 003 8 50; Dixon's stove polish, rroBS, t: Mason s blacking, t) gross, urge, 8 8USW. KAILS-84 15(84 40 keir. NAVAL STORES Resin. bbl: virgin 5 00; pale. 5; No. 1.4 75; No. 2,4 0; pitch, bbl, o 00; tar, ft bbl, 7 60; bait bbl, 4 DO; Manilla rope, ft lb, lH(418o; Sisal, lnQWrf tarred rope. 15c : tar marlin. 35c: suun yarn, oc. nl...... u k-iA e a. .. n 0 ao; best navy, o. OATS-Choice. 58(360o W bushel ONIONS New Louisiana, 6 2"(37 00 bbl FOi AiOHS 1'eacbblows. 5 UKWi 00: rus. sets. 84 50; new potatoes, ill 00(7 00 bbl. PORK Bulk clear s des. 9Vai!4e : clear rib. 9Hie: shoulders, 6lA(s'4o : mess, 118 753 WOUWbbl. PAINTS-Linseed oil. 1108: boiled. 112 turpentine. 53c: Japan dryer. 1 10: Dnttv. ouik. to: biaauers, 4y4o; varnisn, coacn, i ao: copal. No. 1. 1 75: fire-nroof naint. dry. SHo; Veretian red, dry, Cookfon's. 5o; yellow oenre, ary, 3c; wnite lead, iuyg(mi4o. TINNERS' STOCK-Tin Plate. IC. 10x14, W box, 14; iu. uiai, lb; it,'. lKxia, 14 oo; lu f. 19. TV ln1J TV 1.1 OA. 1U. TV 12x12. 17 75: sheet iron, boiled. Nos. 26 and 2, tr)4(9c: oo, cnarcoal, i(jyc; do, gaivan lied. 14(H15o: Husma iron. i4o: imitation do 17c: sheet sine. 13c: iron wire. 9il5c: soldier, 2325o; lead, 10; copper pits, 38o; metallic, Qtt... klnAl. : An WOOD AND WILLOW WARE Buckets. t doten. brass-bound, cedar. 2 and 3 hoops S9enl0; painted, 2 40; tubs, painted, nests of , 1 -VK9-! ou; en. j, iu ao; ivo. i, u; ao, a, cnurns. nine, lb to z& Inches. .8(10: ced tw,n.K.,nJ 1 1- . k.....nnn.n IllA. W, well buckets, 5(97; washboards, wood, ti: sine, 2 4A; ax-handles, 1 753 J 50 measures ne.uot a, 1(91 75. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. BOATS LEAVING TO DAT. Friar'i Point, Phil Allin .5 p.m Cincinnati, Slinneola...... p.m ARRIVALS. Steamer Phil Allin, Friar's Point, Capitol City, Vicksburjr. " City. of Quincy, St. Louis. " Charles Brown, Ohio river, DEPARTURES. Steamer Belle of Texan, Pine Bluff. Geo. w. Cheek, WapoleoD. '" St. Francis, Wittsburg. " Capitol City, St. Louis. " City of Quincy, New Orleans. BOATS IS PORT. Minneola, Ella Hughes, Phil Allin. WEATHEK AND BUSINESS. Weather cloudy and sultry. The river ere is declining steadily, with 8J feet to Cairo and 1 feet from there to St. Louis, The Ohio is still falling, with b feet on the bars in the lower Ohio. White river s receding, with a good depth of water from Jacksonport out. Arkansas is still falling, with 5 feet in the channel from ittle Rock out. Business on the land n tr moderate, with a small list of oats in port. MISCELLANEOUS. The Belle of Texas left last evening for Pine Bluff with a good trip of freight and passengers. The John F. Tolle will pass down to- ay for New Orleans. The St. Genevieve left St. Louis yesterday for Vicksbnrg. The steamer Rob Roy struck a snag and sunk three miles above St Louis yesterday morning, but was raised soon after by her own pumps, and arrived at St. Louis last evening. The Pat Rogers left Cincinnati last evening for Memphis. The Bee and barees and City of Helena for St. Louis passed Vicksburg yesterday. The Mary Boyd and Fort Gibson from Memphis arrived at Little Rock yester- ay morning. The Capitol City passed . up this orning for St. Louis with a fair trip. The City of Quincy passed down last ight for New Orleans well loaded. She added nothing here. The St. Francis cleared for Wittsburg with a good trip. The cases against the Arlington, Anna nd Probasco for violating the marine laws in carrvinir coal oil, have been dis- issed. The Arlineton paid her costs, nd executions have been issued against the sureties of the other two boats for the costs. The Phil Allin, Captain James Lee, brought in this morning a fair trip, and returns this evening to Friars Point and the bends. Captain Stack Lee, a clever gentleman, helds forth in the office. The rates from St. Louis to New Or leans is 40c per barrel on flour, and 20c per hundred; to Memphis, 12c per hun dred. I The fine steamer Minneola, Captain Shunk, leaves positively this evening far Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Tif Crider and Frank Shunk, two clever gentlemen, have charge of the office. The Minneola is a safe carrier, and will go through with dispatch. The New York Graphic of a late date has a cut of the gallant Phil Allin pass ing through the new cut-off, she being the first boat to go through. Fred Anderson drew the sketch. The Pat Rogers will arrive here t morrow evening and leave on Saturday with a return trip for Cincinnati. 1 The Mary Miller is due this evening from Cincinnati, in place of the Andy Baum. John E. Smither, formerly a river clerk, but lately connected with the Memphis and Charleston railroad, died last night at the residence of Captain W. J. Ashford, after an illness of several weeks. The funeral will take place thi afternoon from Captain Ashford's resi dence, 610 Shelby street. The deceased was beloved by all who knew him, and leaves many friends to mourn his loss, The steamers in' port displayed their colors at half-mast in respect to his memory: The Mary Boyd left Little Rock last night for Memphis, and will arrive time to leave here on Saturday with a return trip for Little Rock and all way points on Arkansas river. Captain Sam Miller will make engagements for her. Henry Daniels and Matt Downs wen out last night as pilots on the Belle of Texas. The Paragon and Exporter, bound for New Orleans, are stuck in the lower Ohio. The channel in the Arkansas river is cutting out. The Geo. W. Cheek, for Napoleon, had a good freight and passenger list. The steamer Geo. G. Wolfe struck Buag in Missouri river twelve miles be low Brunswick yesterday and sunk in nine feet water. She is badly broken and will prove a total loss. She was owned by Captain Loyd Belt and others, of St. Louis, and was insured in St Louis agencies for $20,000. She had on board at the time of the accident 75 tons of freight.' Dan Sullivan went out last evening as bill clerk on the George W. Cheek in place of Wm. Smither. The Charles Brown arrived this morn ing from the Ohio river with a tow of 18 barges, containing 223,000 bushels of coal, for the well-known coal dealers Brown & Jones. The Bee and barges, due up to-morrow for St. Louis, has six barges. The principal items of her cargo is 400 hhds and 100 boxes raw sugar, 500 sacks salt, and 20 tons marble. The St. Genevieve, Captain Vickers is the Anchor Line packet leaving to morrow evening for Vicksbnrg and the bends, attending to all way business. Captain Garrett Huls is her prime min ister. The City of Chester, Captain Zeigler, is the Thursday Anchor Line packet for Cairo and St. Louis, leaving to-morrow evening, ane connects witn tne ixoriu ern Line packets for St. Paul and the railroads for all points East. Mr. Ques nel, a clever gentleman, does the honors of the office. The John A. Scudder will pass up this afternoon for St. Louis. She baa 2700 boxes of raw sugar and 100 tons of other freight. The Carrie V. Kountz, due up to-night has for St. Louis 400 tons of freight Captain Dick Lightburne received a dispatch from the Quickstep saying she would arrive in port Thursday night, and will leave on Saturday for White river. Turner, the negro magistrate at Hope- field, kept all the forfeits from the unso phisticated that visited Arkansas on Sunday. He received from two to fif teen dollars from some of them, and beg ged for more. From one poor fellow that was fined he wanted an extra V to treat his deputies to lunch and spirits. Another that had up ten dollars was fined five dollars and costs, which came to nine dollars. Turner told him he would keep it all, and refused to refund the dollar. Yesterday (Tuesday) seve ral were arrested by Turner under the pretext that they were violating the game law, and their guns were. taken from them. Turner is the one who came to Memphis during the overflow and re ceived supplies from the Relief Commit tee for sufferers, which were given to his friends. His case will be reported to Governor Baxter. John betters, the constable who divides all the fines with him, is wanted in this State for being too fond of horse flesh. The "conduct of these two officers will be made known to Governor Baxter and the Government Little Rock. An investigation is asked for with a request for their re- oval. Captain Ad. Storm, at the elevator, is elling tickets over the Anchor Line via St. Louis to San Francisco, and excur- ion tickets, which are good for ninety days, to St Paul, Denver and Omaha, at exceedingly low rates. The tourist will save money by taking this route. Call and see Captain Ad. Storm for further n formation. Captain Reub Neal, of the Indiana, as gone to Indianapolis to go into the manufacturing business, Mr. Wm. J. MoAlpine, the well-known engineer, is in favor of earth dams for reservoirs, but thiuks there is no diffi culty in making a dum tight, either with earth or masonry, nor in making a dam strong enough to resist any pressure or force which the water may bring against it, if the artificial work be carried down into the natural soil until it reaches a stratum which is entirely impervious to water under the greatest force to which it will be subjected. Water, he says, abhors a right angle. STEAMBOATS. For Arkansas River. Regular Arkansas River Packet For Little ft0CJl,.?in 'uffand all way landings-l'ha U. a. Mail steamer MART BOYD Haines, master . 17 ILL LEAVE MEMPHIS ON ON - . VT DAiURDAl, lilh inst., at LsJ'W-aT 6 p.m. a Tl MII.TVB A . 81 84 No. 2. Elliott Block, foot Jefferson st. for Vlckebarv. Memphis and St. Lonis Packet Co. O. S. Mail Line For Vicksburg and the Bends. ST. GENEVIEVE Vickers. master WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE , ir-s. .THURSDAY, 4th inst.. at LJPVr 5 p.m. aaaxM M o . '.. AD- STORM, 81-82 Sup't Mississippi River Elevator Co. For Cairo and t. Lonla. Memphis and St. Louis Packet Company For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and tit. Louis. CITY OF CHESTER Zeigler, master IlTILL LEAVE THE ELE- VV vator Building THURS DAY, 4iu inst., at a p.m. For freight or passage apply to ad. !- STORM. Rl-82 fiup't Mississippi River Elevator Co. Fiir Cincinnati. Memphis and Ohio River Packet Company tor Cairo, Evansville Louisvillo and Cin cinnati. The new sidewlieel passenger steamer Minneola, jSfi J. N. Shunk, master .....T. Strider, clerk LEAVES WEDNESDAY. :Id IXSI., AT 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to F- 11. (lulfB & CO., Agents, 79-81 28 Front street. For Marlanna and Willabnrs;. For St. Francis River, Helena, Marianna, Wittsburg and the Bends Ihe elegant side-' wheel steamer ST. FRANCIS Basket, master V17ILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ?T 1UE8DAY, June 2d. at 5 p.m. tor freight or passage ap ply on board. 78 81 For White River. Memphis and White River Independent Packet, QUICKSTEP..'. Milt R.'Harry. master Ed. C. Postal, clerk. LEAVES REGULARLY EV- , tr-a. -ery SATURDAY, at 5 p.m.. UfJf'SrtW making close connections Monday ? a morning at Devall's Bluff with Little Rock railroad for Little Rock and HotSprings, also making all way landings on the Mississippi, W bite and Little Red rivsrs. and at the mouth of White river with the steamer Belle Yazoo for Vicksburg and New Orleans. For f i eight or passage apply to OLENN 1 VINSON, Agents.. 66-t On Wharf boat, foot of Court street. an IZ Uli- LINK, Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Co. For Helena, Friar's Point and the bends U. t). mail to Napoieon. A. J. WHITE. JZ&SSlmJ' Mark Cheek Master Leaves TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. For freight or pacsage apply on board or to S9-t 6 bO. W. CHbliK. Sup't. 268 Front st. Hempbln, Helena and Friar' Point Semi-Weekly I.lne. The elegant passenger steamer PHIL ALLIN.... -..James Lee, master LEAVES MEMPHIS ON MON- , fTT fc DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and LA-? FRIDAYS, at 5 p m. " " For freight or passageapply oa board. 6o-T Regolar Semi. Weekly Coast Pk't. For Randolph. Fulton, Osceola and Ash port. Str. Frank Forest, O. K. J0PLIN Master w ILL LEAVE EVERY MONDAY AND rltlDAi, making all the coast land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, A T NOTICE. FOR St. Paul and Intermediate Landings BY fHS ANCHOR LIME TO ST. LCUIS. iORTHROUail TICKETS AND ALL IN- formation apply at Elevator Building 'o 5 HO All M'lH.M. Mip t. LECAL. Trustee's Sale. PURSUANT TO THE TERMS OF A DEED in trust to me. executed by George W. and Frank M. Murphy, dated September 1. 1873, and duly registered in the Register a office of Shelby county, Tennessee, in Deed Book No. 97, page 457, 1 will, on Friday, July 3, 1874, at the southeast corner of Couit Square, in the city of Memphis, Shelby county. Tennes see, sell to the highest bidder, for cah, within legal hours, the undivided two-thirde interest in and to the certain tract of land situate, lving and being on the north side of Linden street, in the city of Memphis, lennessee. and beginning SO lcet eaatoi tne normeasi m- . .. f .1 I i..l.n .,..,. t V, wn n east with the north line of Linden street 6 foet; thence north and parallel who me ea i : . c XI..:.. . . 1 -,n f...., k..u Wff.t ISO feet: thence south ISO feet to the place of be ginning. Terms easn. aquiiyeireuemuium barred, litie oenevea 10 oe gouu, out, a w,w ill and cenvey oniy as lrustee. D. H. POSTON. Trustee. Pattersou A Low. Attorneys. 70-107 Trustee's Sale. UNDER AND BY VIRTUK 11-' HIS tnrm, of a trust deed made to me as Trustee on the 24th day of October, 1872, by T. H Logwood and Kate E. Logwood, hia wife, to secure the payment of eertain notes therein described, which deed is recorded in Book No. M9, on page :i7 of the Register's u.nnl, ..r shalhv county. I will, at the re quest of the holder of said notes, on Friday, the 19th day of June, 1871, within the hours of 10 a.m. and S p m. of that day, in Iront ef the entrance to the office of the estern inion jeit-grupa voiupany, oa Madison street in Memphis, Tennessee, east of Main street, oner for sale to the highest bidder, for cash, the following lots or pieces nf nronertv lying in Shelby oountv. Tennes see, and d-s-rihed thus: One piece begins at a stake loue-iu leet east or a stake in the rat boundary line of erant tin. 1 in the name of L. Long, running thence east 51 a 3-i6 feet to a stake in the northeast corner of Joy M Logwood's joint tract (the same being the northwest corner of a tract sold by Levi Joy ind oiners to . 11. lias-cttl. said corner be ng on the south sirte of lireckinridge arenue: thence south ITti 8-12 foot; thence weft 51V ;t-l feet to a slake; thence north f7tl 8 12 feet to tbe beginning, estimated to contain 11 l4 lot) acres. Ihe other lots are known as lota Nos. ft, 6 and 7 of ttcei-ge Diion's subdivisions of is lands on Walnut .lrwt. in fhn rifv of Meiui'tiis. berinning on the weft side of Wal- lut street 4 t leet and nine inches south of the intersection of Walnut and Diion streets, being the northeast corner of lot No.f : thence south eilh Walnut street 1VI feet toasiake; thence west l.X' feet to an alley 2rt feet wide; then-e north with said alley 1.0 feet ; thence east l o feet to the beginning. Equity of re demption is waived in this trust deed. .h. v. n bLiu, Aruttee. Wilsoji ABiaid, Attorneys.