Offices No. IS Madison Sl-eefc
,yewwr - -
Armour InMlln'""'- ....
Mrs. Emii.t b. ARMoimarUJiLIggb.
Hansok. Wkathk.pokd 4 B,?t. 15 Un loo it.
John W. Jrfkrrhor. lrt Madiaon Btreet.
HaYKRS. HTO. KT..1. ,UX.""8,n!?.nrf Arfi'm.
(i V M Tlrnik. oorner Second ana aimi,
PnNOAV 4 wwi. 9 Madison street.'
W. L. Dt'KP, 4 Uayoso street.
. Ale lroa.
JlifKS L. AsBBROOKljS Oayoso street.
Jarrs B. Cook, 38 Madison street.
JoMna A Baldwih. Planters' Ins. Building.
' " aaeilon.rr.
A. E- FAiitnsn, 1 and 197 Main itrwt.
' Amiuiinlliun, unna, Kte.
i. Bchemaiix. 1W Heal street.
trrl. lmnlPuioD anl Meeds.
Otto Scbwill A Co.. 177 Main street.
Bairirles and Wacaaa,
Wallace A OmaoM, 389 Second street.
Beer and Ale Urant.
Fm rpKM?F.8T A Co., 13 Court street.
Hubert Letts, foot of Market street.
UIuiIIdk and rrlntlair.
Matfirld, 361 Main street.
Hoot and Nhoes.
Feakcir Fkti.ino, 200 Main street.
P. Hach,411 Main street.
Marsh A Warnrr, 46 Baal street,
tl. Hardrr, 245 Main street.
6. Adi.rr A Bro., s Beal street.
Wm. Millrr. 221 Main street.
Johr W. Vorqrm, 344 Main street.
6o. V. Mukller. 58X Jefferson street.
E- Hihrcrr, 7 Washington street.
BlotT rilj Lanndrjr.
BtORARD Sharp. 228 Second street.
Baker anil Confectioners.
O riiro IJi'MK. 416 Main street.
H. Haack, 126 Beal street.
J. J. Tanxrr, 84 Front street.
Krousr A Smith. 88 Beal street.
Char. Drckrr. corner of Beal and Shelby.
F. Sri del, 137 Union street.
Books and wtattonery.
ft, riirri CtnvKH 283 Main street.
Man. W.J. Manspord, eor. Second A Monroe.
Book Mast. Pianos, Ete.
H. 9. Mollknberq, 294 Main street.
Boarding, I.lrrry and Sale Stable,
JIai.l A Co., Union street.
B. M. Robertsoh, 356 Main street.
T. A. LrHdis. 218 Main street.
Thos. Koppod, 189 Second street.
Play at Peabodt Billiard Hall.
Play billiards at Willrtt's. 37 Adams street,
Pratt dm Co., 292 Front ttreot.
Owen Lillt, 61 and 63 Union street.
A. K. G11.1.R, 4(0 Front street.
Johr Nitorn, 398 Main street.
Otto Schultir, 128 Poplar street.
F. Callahan. 224 Third street.
Brdkr, 11 Washington street.
Johvsos A Vakor. 305 Main street.
li. A A. L. a,owrnstrin. an main sweet.
Sihon, under norsnain noow.
331 Main street.
rig-ar Jt annraetory.
Jcung Schalboha, 147 Washington street.
Clsrar and Tnnacro.
6oi.Coi.luAH. 2m Main street.
J. T. Wilsois. 3ul and 303 Main street.
bARToaius A Raima. 43 Jefferson street.
China and Oneenaware.
A S. Jack A Co., tn Main street.
repofrsmllbs, Rheet-lron Workers.
Motlkt A Co., Steam Fitters and Black
smiths, eorner Market and Fulton street.
Dry rina;. t'leanlnir snil Repairing..
B. A. Hoi.i.erbero. 61 Madison street.
' lry Hoods.
Taylor. Jot A Co.. 312 Main street.
B. P- CrTLER, 218 Main street.
A. Wrssok A Sour. cnr. Mam and Jefferson.
limes and Medicines.
D. F. Goodyear, under Overton Hotel.
6. M. Ward A Co., 143 Main street.
C. V. S. Mossier A Co., 120 Beal street.
Jor Wai.trr. 184 Main street.
Anorrw Rkmrrrt, cor. Main Rnd Market.
W. C. ORI8WQLP A Co.. 421 Main street.
Eye and Cnr Infirmary.
Dr. L. L. Coi.RiiAy. inj Main street.
Fine I.lqara and Clear.
Oharlky Felix'b, 351 Main street.
Cn. A. Miller. agent of Fleischmann A
Co.'i Com. Yeast, cor. Second and Jackson
BaRary, comer of Main and Monro.
EnrnKnre and Cpholstery.
Louib Keith, 191 Main street.
Fs'slist and Carpet.
Brtsos A Camp, 228 Main street.
i ' H. C. Miller A Co., 198 Main street,
i i Jares M. Doyle, 62 Second street, Chelsea.
,' Our. A. Morti, oor. Shelby and 6outh street.
' Jarrs Qitixi.AR, H. E. cor. DeSoto A Linden.
D. (taipFiR, 76 Seeond street; also feed.
; P. Devitt, 218 Poplar street.
' Pat Roper, 410 Main street.
1! P. McNrLTY, 153 Beal street.
; Johji McLacohlis, cor. Hernando and Beal.
Wbitemoei IIoi iie, board 5 to 110 per week.
Chklbea iiorog, L. LaOroiR, Proprietor.
Meals 50c at FRAEi.i!t Hoi'BE, 18 Adams at.
Pi.artebh' Hoi-he, tl 25 per day, 129 Main.
Cochr nAi.L, 12 nd 184 Main streeU.
Woerha Horsr. White ACox,$2 50 per day
Mozart Horaa 1" Wahintn street.
ii rrbn Trer Horn., boiird 50 per day
Mm. M. L. RonER. VC Main streat.
Il. I'npii and rora.
K. Dart. $47 Main Ftr-'.
HhIf Itrraaer and Hlr Uoorts.
CutirH, corner Court and neennd f.U.
Iron, mif ad Jail Work.
A. 1). SrHTLTX. 119 Jcffemon street.
I nanranre rire. Lire, F.te.
Jarrs E. Warcp.r, 17 Midion street.
Carri;to5 Marok, 9 Madison street,
Oreexe A Litar. 18 Madion street.
II T. T"vi.imnR, 17 Mdiin street.
Lotr A Beittt, AEcntJ. 22 Madion tree.
Iron nod leel.
John MA5oo"r,lvei Main street.
1 .A. Rrehn, 2) Main street.
I.ninhr. linirH, Slash. Ete.
J. Eaio-r. a8 and i Secnd jtrce.
J E. Kirti.ard A Co., lot and 111 Union t
John Clivis, lis Beal ftreet.
Hilllltrrr aed Rlafclos;,
Mri. Sam ie r,t.tT . i ' Vain street.
Mm. Siv i-l, IV. aid .T' .real.
Mr. '. W. W'i K'Wfv. i ; Main street.
Mrs. M A. Harhtt. l P. ", re,-t.
Mr.. Hootr ,lr . A. .. 411 Main st.
V. I'BROfR, 3',5 Main trvt.
neat Wars- ei.
. K. Tin VP, rn
S. Skeb-i.. Sr.. A .I-nirin. nj Main
rEORME trr, er Ki.i..: and IseSeto st.
" . Ll a i -1 wkk. I ' V.' ir r. i I r Aoaros.
I. A. MoC'R'" '
fccillM.Tvr. i lis" .
flw. rimv I P- ',
. -al. .47 nbelby.
, .'.Mi'. 1'r i, r, s:rct.
m.iUNU. V.4I Mam STeei.
Meatx. ;roerle. Flf.
cr J- !.. tr -a'. VC Vance (tree.
, Whitr A Son, 44 and 4ia.lar street.
Biew ana atutionery,
J. W. Lieren, 2 Main street.
L. L. Srith, 154 Main, !'!. Overton Hotel,
Qoerei.s, Second, nenr Real street.
Oyalers, Done, Ete,
. Clement, 92 Beal street.
Oils, Lampi, Heans, Ete.
F. I'reboott A Co.. 279 Main street.
Johr Chandler, M. D., 330 Second street.
Dr. X. Donohur, 149 Main streat.
Dr. John Pitman, 336 Main street.
Dr. H. R. HorsoN. 41 Madison street
Plambsrand Clas Fitter.
, Rrinhardt, 816 Front Row.
Cards t3 per doi., arrbtromo'b, 211 Main St.
J, U. Moybtos, 249 Main street,
S. Ooden, 282V4 Main street. , , ,
Cards $3 per dot. ; P. F. Oirod. 45S Beal st.
Datib. 296 Second street.
Paints and Oils.
C. Qoaceekbijbh A Co.. 390 Main street.
, VT. McQhee, 5 Adams street.
Janes Hall A Co., 115 Beal street, Plastio
elate Hooting uompany.
Real Estate Broker.
L. Gdiom, 31 South Court street.
Restaurant and Saloons.
1AT 17 v-e v c .1 , ru.i..
Merchants, oorner of Second and Madison.
Johns , Nos. 5, 7 and B Court street.
Worllrr Hoi'BE, meals 25o, 58 Jefferson St.
Saw and Planing; Hill.
John Zent, Front street, opp. (las Works.
W. Z. Mitchell, Principal,
303 Third street,
FgRr Oman's Satiro and Trcbt Co. 44 Beal st
Gboter A Baier, 318 Main street.
8iNnEa Maphinh Co..27:i Main street.
Wilbon Machine Co., cor Adams and Second
Stoves, Tin Ware and Orates.
Rise A Johnson. 306 Main street
L. Fritz A Co., 151 Main street.
Tailoring;. Cleaning; and Repairing;,
w. M. iiOER, it west uourt street.
Hanson A Walker, 246 Second street.
Tnoa. Swan. 232 Third street.
Flaherty, Mari.ry A Sullivan, 317 Second,
0. U. Holst A Bro.. 32'J Main street.
John Walsh, 344 Second and 15 Winchester,
Wholesale and scrtall Bleat Store.
0. Mendel A Co., 77 Main street.
Wall Paper. Etc.
L. M. Dean A Co., 381 Main street.
Watches asl Jewelry.
V. B. Thayer, 308 Seoond street.
E. L, Miohot, 303 Main street.
J. Brfr, 77 Beal street.
Orr.ut Hours From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. i Bdrdat,
f ROM v TO iu A.M.
. .M. I P.M
Memphis A Ohio R. R.
Memphis A Charleston
R. R. Daily.
Mississippi A Tennes
see R. K. Daily.
Memphis A Little Rook
Mirs. river to Melena A
Friar's P't daily.
Mis. river U St.Louit
White Rivep Semi
Weekly Tacs. A Sat.,
Ark river .semi-weekly
Tuesday and Saturday
Marion (tri-weekly) I
Mon Wed..Fn. 1
Taes. and Fri.
Siitn-R Memphis, No. 118 meets 4 Friday
in each montb at Udil fellows linll W,
M . Brooks. W. M.i A.J. heeler. oretarv,
AwAranNA. No. ItiA meets 1st Alondav in
jvery month, at Odd Fellows' Hall, oorner
Uourt ana main. Jonn uoraon, n . n. t a
LbliaSoott, No. 2S9 meets 1st Thursday
of eaoh montn at Udd rellowr Hall. IV m
Prank. W. M. : A. 5. Mvers. becretarr
DrSoto, No. 2y meets 3d Friday of each
month-Odd (chows' nan. Dun. jr. f rice,
W. M.i R. W. Shelton. SecreUrv
Kilwinninb, No. 31 meets 4th Friday of
aoh month at tua rlliws uall. Kicbard
Creighton, W. H.; Jas. a. Uarpenter, becre.
Prnn Chapter, No. 22 meets 2d Monday of
eaa month at Masonm Mall in liyo'0
Block. A.J. w nosier, m. is. ii.r.; J. J
Mavpnifl Chapter. No. 95 meet at Ma-
onijHall, in O aviso BI:ok, 3d Monday of
each montn. n . a. mattnewi, n. Jt. J!, r
. W. Sheltoa, Secretary. ,
I. DDI. t.
EnaREA Cobnoil. No. 6 meets Sd Thnrs.
ilar of each month at Masonic Hall, in Gav-
oso Block. Q. Reder. Th. 111. ; C. H. Myers,
Otrrnr Commandery. No. 4 meets 4th Mon
day of each montn. J. M. PettigTew, . U.i
X. J. Darcnus, neo.
Calvary Chaptss or Robr Croix, 18th, No,
1. Charles W. Adams, Sid. M. . w.. ; a
Tomlinson, Sid. beo. .
O. u. sr. viBKtivai. WV
Odd Fellnws.rtHall, corner Main and North
Mrmpwir LonoR. No. 6 meets very Tnes-
A., Wm W. llnmnhreVA. N. I). : E. O
Milton. V. O : L.fS. Burr, Secretary; E. F.
CViceabaw Lodor. No. meets every Mon-
dy niirht. Ben freiberR, IN. . ; n. B.
Jones. V. d.: R. D. rrayser. R. S.i Thomas
Bacon. P. 6.; John Holt. Treasurer.
boHii.LER Lodor, No. 140 meets every Wed
nedv night. J. I. Schmidt, N. (. ; Hen'y
Schlllinr, v. a.: Chas. Borner. booretary;
Banner Lodor. do. h. meets every rnaay
nirbt. J. T. Lees, Hi. U. i J. J. Koss. v. w.i
J. H. Shepherd, P. and R. S.; J. S. Wilkms
(lAToan 15AifPMERT. No. S meats on th
Ut and 3d lbnrniay rights ot acn montn.
Uan'l Shloas. V. P.; Charles M. Carroll. II.
P. : John L. Uraff, S. W. ; John A. Hoit, X
Frnk I nflerwond. I. W.
Mekprib Kncampmert, No. 39 meet 2d and
4b Thursday nights of each month. C.
Orws, C, P.:Tbos. L. Risk. H. P.: Jo
NutraM, H. W.; T. S. Bingham, Treasurer:
Vim. M. Homai. J. W.i O.W.Smith. Scribe.
Tenwepbrr Lodor No. 5 Meets
very M ednesdev nirht at 2i'0 Second
street, incent clock, opimiit ( curt friuare.
P J.M.iran.C. C.; . W. L. Crook. V.C.i
Ueorge Mallery. K. of R. and 8 : U H. Cole
man M of F t A. Hnnn, M. of E. ; C. 'Jross.
1'.; C. E. McClean. P. C.
Cn nr Lion Looor No. 18-Met every
Mn4ay night at 260 Second s'reet, Vincent
Block, oj.pniie Court Syuare. K. R. Hrenan,
C. C. ; J. W. Andersnn. V. C : C. A. Burr, M.
E.: B. H. Coleman. M. .; J. J. Rn... K. R.
S.; F. M. Haley. P. C ; J. C. Wal.t.,n, P.
Rati on Temple op H. and T. No. 1 -meeu
J7ry Tue. Ur evening at 8 o'clock at new
Maenric ball. Uv0", lilock. Mam streeU
John W. Ornhnm. I). W.M. T. ; B'm F. Price
W. n. T : F. M.IUIev. W. V. T. : Air. U.
V bite. W. R. ; J. U. tLcparl. W. F. li.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
i Pdri.io Ledger Offior, 1
Mrhphis. Ximn.. August 3 1874. 1
The money market continues qniet
with little animation being exhibited in
financial circlet beyond the local check
ing and depositing. Money is compar
atively easy. The banks discount
all acceptable paper offering at 910 V
cent. annum; on the streets money is
plentiful at 12 $ cent. $ month.
Brokers re paying 1084108l forgold,
with very little offering. Exchange
continues scarce, as follows: On New
York, Boston and Eas tern points, buying
at par and selling at o premium and on
New Orleans at Jc discount. The rates
between basks is f 2 1? if 1000. Local and
foreign securities remain quiet and
steady, with little movement in the mar
ket and no transactions worthy of no
Memphis 6's, currency..
Memuhis 6's. gold-bearing ... -.48 C'W
Nioolson pavement sorip J7 .
Shelby county warrants 78 HZ
Charleston railroad stocks 16 020
Tennessee new Issue SO .
Tennessee Stat warrant VI
We have received from Washington an
officiul statement showing in detail up to
this time the operations of the new tur
rency act. The amount of new circu
lation granted to new banks formed
under the act is $4,183,000, as follows:
Dakota, $45,000; Florida. $45,000; Geor
gia, $45,000; Illinois, $15,000; Indiana,
$1199,000; Iowa, 135,000; Kansas, $180,
000; Kentucky, $804,000; Louisiana,
$45,000; Minnesota, $45,000; Michigan,
$15,000; Missouri, $i0,000; Nebraska,
$90,000; Ohio, $945,000; South Carolina,
$90,000; Tennessee, $45,000; Texas,
$270,000; West Virginia, $270,000; Wis
consin, $45,000; Mississippi, North Car
The amount of legal tenders deposited
and bonds withdrawn under act ot June
20, 1874, is as follows:
Date. Name of Bank. Bonds.
June 25 Third Nat Bank,
New York f 834.C0O
June 27-Anier Kx Is at II I
June-29-Cent'l Nat Bank.
Columbia, S C.
June 30-Soc'd Nat Bank,
June 30 Fulton Nat Bunk
1-Com Nat Bank,
li'd Rapids, Mi
3-First Nat Bank.
6- Nafl City Bank.
7- FirntNatB'k, Ft
7-Second Nat B'k,
7 Mech Nat Bank,
8- Bankof New Y'k
New York, N Y
July ll-l!n Nat B'k, NY
July 13-St Louis Nat B'k,
July 14-First Nat Bank.
July 16-UrmanlHat a K,
Chicago. Ill 105.000
July 16-1 irst JNat Bank,
Westlield, N Y
July 16-First Nat Bank,
July 17-Mech Nat Bank,
July 17 Home Nat Bank,
July 18 Valley Nat Bank.
eti L,ouis. su,uuu
July 20 jMatiJ-K Missouri,
July 22 Nat Marine B'k.
Oswego, N Y...
July 22-First Nat Bank.
July 23 Marietta Nat B'k
Total $4,867,900 $3,380,050
The above tables show that the total
amount of circulation returned is $800,
000 less than the amount authorized by
the Comptroller of the Currency to be
issued to new banks. The difference
would trench npon the distribution au
thorized in the new act but for the fact
that there are about four millions left
under the act of 1870, known as the
$54,000,000 act, consequently there is yet
about $3,200,000 of that available. It is
generally believed that the parties in the
West and South who want to establish
new banks have nearly all been accom
modated. In the respect of inflation or
contraction, the issue and retirement of
national bank note circulation under the
new act has been practically an even
The market this morning opeued
steady, with a fair demand and light
offerings. New York was quiet and un
changed, with futures quiet. Liverpool
was steady and unchanged, with sales of
12,000 bales. New Orleans was quiet
and unchanged. The market here was
quiet, with holders firm and not offering
freely. The demand was fair, which was
principally for medium cottons. A lew
small lists of ordinary changed hand' Rt
lMaAiiC low middlings at lujCojlojc
and middlings at 1CK" li3o.
cotton ezvhargr ofriciAL quotations:
Ordinary 12 3!2'i
Oood Ordinary. . fMl
Low Middling 154'al.riV4
btrict Middling ... 16Hlti
Uood Middling nominal.
The following is the present tariff from New
York and Boston to MemDhis on freights bv
the OreatWeslern Dispatch Fast Freight Line:
All rail First class. II 31; second class. $1 18;
third class. $1 02; fourth class. Mc; filth class.
lb following are rreignt rates, i cwt.( on
ompressed eotton to tbe points named:
All Rail. River and Rail.
New York .
LivenMil, via N
New Orleans, all rail and all river $1 25
Liverpool, via New Orleans, steamship...
L:v rp'x,l. via New Orleans, tail.....-..-.
cotton rxcbanor statement.
tocR. September 1. 1873.
Received since last statameDt... 32
Received previously.. 427,636
Rhinoed since last statement-.. 4 V1
Shipped previously .423,1. ,7
Stock t noon this day
Thus far this week
Thus far last week -
Since r,pteinber 1 - ,
Memphis and Charleston railroad...
V ij-siMtppi and Tenne--ee ra.lroad
Memphis and tlhio railrr.sd .
Memi'bis and Paducah railroad ...
Memi his and Little Rock railroad
m atd p"r wagons an 1 ot her coaroos
Thus far this week..;...:; 706
Thus far last week..............-.. vol
Since September 1 ts3"'j
Memphis and Charleston railroad H
Mississippi and Tennessee railroad.....
Memphis and Ohio railroad - 212
Steamers, north 0
By rail north
By rail south -
Receipts and shipments of cotton since last
Friiiay evening at all United States ports are
Receipts - 2.225
Exports to Great Britain 4,112
Export to the oontinent, "
New Yobe. August 4, 10:20 a.m. -Cotton Is
quiet and unchanged.
Oold -. 9 9X
Ordinary .- . fl14
Good Ordinary-..... 154
Low Middling....- 1?4
Orleaiu.... ... - lgi
Texas - &Vf'A
12:40 p.m. Cotton quiet and unchanged.
Futures are dull and nominal, with sales for
August, 16 1-I6riil614e; September, VV,&W
Octobor, 16 6-16(16i. Sales for future deliv
ery, 7700 bales.
Norpoli, August 4. Cotton receipts U-day,
market is quiet,
bales; receipts, 9
August 4, 11:30 a.m. The
Middling, WAo ! 'alea, 100
Liverpool. August 4, 12:30 p.m. Cotton
opens steady. Uplands. 8!id; Orleans, 8d.
3p.m. Cotton Issteady. Uplands, &A: Or
leans, ',d. Sales, 12,000 bales, of which
2000 were for export and speculation.
The following quotations are for orders
from store and small lots in a iobbing way:
APPLES-Ureen. $1 25stl 76
BRAN-Steady; wheat, 17 00(918 00 f ton;
90c 100 lbs ; corn bran. 12 mm 00.
BACON Clear sides, Vl'AVi: clear rib
sides, 12'4012Hc; shoulders, SWatf 'o l hams,
sugar-cured, 15i!!17c; breakfast bacon, luj
13BEANS-$2 50(32 75.
BUTTER Common, 1825c ; choice, 26(3.'10e.
COW-PEAS-82 4092 60.
COCOA-NUTS 18 100. $7.
COFFEB Rio lb, common to choice, 21
25c; Java and Laguayra. 25WS2o.
CANDLES Star, ) lb. 16(S17c.
CIIICKENS-Old, $3 50(94 50; young, ac
cording to size and condition, $1 50M3 50,
COAL OIL gallon, 1017c; special rates
for large lot".
CORN Yellow shelled, 8485c; white, 880
CORN-MEAL Kiln-dried, full weights,
14 1IHK4 20.
COTTON-TIES 8c W lb.
COTTON YARNS No. 600. 1313e; No.
6U0, lawi.vfjc: eio. vu, iotwo.
CAI!BA)KS-i(H 50 hundred.
CUEESE-New Faotory, 13314o; English
dairy. lWSHVc; rates Irregular.
COTTON-SEED $8 00 W ton '.in landing
8 50 delivered.
COTTON-SEED MEAL S toady at 4243o
hurhel and 18 ton.
COTTON-SEED OIL 45c gallon. .
BAILING STUFFS AND TIES Bagging, 2
and IVt lbs, 14'l.ic; on orders, 'lo Signer.
Bnlinir twine. l'2V(oll4V'.o : iron tlon. 8c.
BUILDING MATERIALS In store prices
are: Cement, Louisville, i'i 75; Rosendale, )
18 bbl, 3 603; hair, 2 Z&i 50 40-lb bale;
bale; plaster, Michigan, 4 00; New Yorn,
DRIED FRUIT Apples, 12913c; peaches,
DRUGS-Opium, $3 50: quinine, 2 60 K
ounce ; morphine,6 25 ounce ; camphor, 37Hc
per pound ; chloroform, 1 50 V poand ; castor
oil, 25o W pound; borax, 28c V) pound: blue
mass, in jars, 1 10 pound; calomel. 1 90
Sound; Indigo, 75aM 60 a pound ; asifoeti
ar, 65c V pound : tartaric acid. 65c ; sulphuric
acid, 8c V pound; alcohol, 2 00 gallon;
iodide potash. 5 50.
KOG8 10812e W doien: nominal.
FLOUR-super and extra, 8 750 7 50; fam
ily and hncy brands, $8 00(3)9 60 V bbl; infe
rior, 4(gi4 50.
FISH Dried cod, extra large, drums, 6!c:
GRITS -(5 25 Id bbl.
GEESE $.VS fi doion. and slow.
GROCERIES Sugar, crushed, powdered
and granulated V lb in barrel, !31'J V: soft
refined yellow and white in barrels, 10illc;
brown and yellow in hhds, 9j10c. Molamos,
Louisiana, new, in barrels, 50(9H0c; sugar
house syrups nominal. Salt, domestic, by the
carload, $i 10(42 15 280-lb bbl. Rice, 939Kc
Starch. 5kc. Soda, 7'So.
GLASS-6x8'7x9, $5 75; 7x10(88x10, $8 75;
9x11(2)10x13, 7 25: 11x14(312x17, 8; 12x18(916x20.
$9 25: 14x221916x24, $10. To the trade dis
count of 50 38 oent,
HOMINY barrel, $4 50(94 60.
HAY t) ton, prairie, 1 0oI3 00; mixed,
$19 00f21 00; timothy, $26 00(27 00.
HARDWARE, ETC. -Bar Iron, ft lb, 4(3
4Vc. Boiler plates, government stamped.
4fo: charcoal toiler No. 1, 8o; fire bed iron,
No. 10 to 14. 66"; charcoal bed, 8V4o; sheet
iron, No. 26 to 27: 7c; sheet iron, No. 22 to
24, 7koi charcoal. No. 26 to 71, Btys; plow
slabs, 6c; steel slabs, 10'-o; plow wings, 60
6i4c; horse-shoe Iron, 6K'i6c: holloware cast
ings, 6(95Hc; spring steel, 17He; cast steel,
22Sc; axes, $ dosen, 12dl6; boiler rivets, Ut
HIDES, ETC. Dry deerskin, 30c; sheep
Ielts, 60o75cf flint hides, 18c; dry salted,
8o: green salted. 8Sc; green, 9(jjl2c.
LEMONS-110 00T911 00 box.
LIVE STOCK -Ouiet: beef ottle. VAmXe:
good, 3H4c; choice, 4'5o. and scarce. Cows
and calves nun at no uu$4u uu. eneep, oeoice
4J'495o. Hog, 5(96c all gross weights.
Mules. $110(4140. Horses, $60&100; choio,
$120(0150. Oxen. $5tK75.
LARD Tierees, -140: kegs, WAQWit
pails, (315c; cases. 15'i15ic.
MATCHES, BLACKING, ETC.-We quote:
Matches V gross, 300 in box, 7 60; parlor, W
gross, 8 0038 50; Dixon's stove polish,
f;ross, 6; Mason's blaoking, V gross, 435;
arge. 8 50(99.
N AIL8-$4 2014 25 keg.
NAVAL STORES-Rcsin. bbl: virgin.
8 00; pale. 6; No. 1.4 75: No. 2, 4 tO; pitch. W
bbl, 5 60; tor, W bbl. 7 60; half bbl, 4 60;
Manilla rope. lb. 1818V4c: Sisal. 16ai6Kc:
tarred rope. 15c : tar marlin. 35c: suun varn.
. .. .. i. u (,.,. nn. i , .
vnnuui, T- urns, uu,, l,, nuiDiiCBU
6 50; best navy. 6.
im i.-. inoice. oo'ia'tuc m ousnei.
ONION'S 84 0034 25 bbl.
POTATOES Aocording tosiie and aualitv.
2 6n3 75 W bbl.
TUMATOES-81 25(3175 IK bushel.
PORK Rulkclenr aiilea .QVm.k! el. or rih
9'4(39Kc; shoulders, H'i'&r' tc ; mess, $24 9
PAINTS Linseed oil. $105: boiled. 109:
turpentine. 48c: Jnnan drver. 1 10: nuttv.
bulk. 4c; bladders, 4'4c; varnish, coach, 3 50;
copal. No. 1, 1 75; fire-proof paint, dry, 3Hc ;
Venetian red, dry, Cookson's. 6c; yellow
ochre, dry, 3o; white lead, V)Wilc.
TINNERS' STOCK T n rlate. IC. IOiU.
box. 14: IC. 14x20, 16; IC, 12x12, 14.50; IC.
roofing, 13; IX. Ilixl4, 17: IX. 14 20; 18: IX,
12x12, 17 76; sheet i ron, boiled, Nos. 2h and
27, 6i(a7c; do, charcoal, Whiles do, galran
iied, 14'9l5c: Russia iron, 24c; imitation do,
17c; sheet sine. 13c; iron wire, 9(315o: soldier.
2K925c; load, 10:; copper pits, 38c; metallic,
28c: block tin, 4fli.
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE Buckets.
A dosen, brass-bound, oedar, 2 and 3 hoops,
$M0; painted, 2 40; tuba, painted, nests of
8. 1 2594 50; No. 1, 10 50; No. 2, 9; No. 3, ;
churns, pine, 16 to 22 inches, .8al0; cedar,
iron-bound. 14 17c: cedar, brass-bound. l'4
20; well buckets, y$7: washboards, wood, 2 25;
sino, 2 40; ax-handles,''l 75(94 60;measurM,
ne Uot 0. 76.
When a mau has been out in the
world a long time," remarks the Tribune
earning his meat and drink in any
other busiuess than that of school Lee fi
ne, it is astonishing Low ignorant he
soon becomes, and with what awe he
listens to little girls bounding tbe prin
cipal countries ot Europe, and stating
tbe latitude and longitude of the capital
cities perhaps spelling with ease and
accuracy many of those poxzlinz words
which always Bend ns to our Webster
Unabridged. It is astonishing how we
shed our learning as we grow older."
In Turkey when a man tells notorious
lies they blacken the front of his house.
The custom in this country would make
cities too sombre.
R1YJSK INTELLIGENCE. .
BOATS LEAVING TO-DAT :.
Napoleon, A. J, White 5 p.m
Marianna, Ella Hughes,. 5 p. in
Steamer James D. Parker, Cincinnati.
" ' Julia, St. Louis.
" Painter, Cincinnati.
Steamer Belle Memphis, St. Louis.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" St. Francis, Friar's Point. .
" Frank Forest, Osceola. '
" Fort Gibson, Arkansas river,
BOATS IN PORT.
A. J. White.Ella Hughes, J. D. Parker.
WEATHER AND BUSINESS.
Weather pleasant. The river here is
rising slowly, from the effects of the
swell out of the Ohio. Tbe packets re
port 7 feet on Osceola and Plum Point
bars, the two worst places between here
and Cairo. From Cairo to St. Louis 7
feet are reported. The Ohio is rising
from Cincinnati to Cairo, with 8 feet in
in the channel. Cumberland river is
rising, which will improve navigation in
the lower Ohio. White river remaps at
a fair Steamboat stage. Arkansas river
is still on the decline, with 24 inches on
the bars from Pine Bluff to the mouth.
Business on tbe landing is exceedingly
dull to-day, with light shipments to all
A dull day on the wharf.
Freights to all points continue scarce.
The Tom Jasper for St. Louis passed
Yesterday was the hottest day of the
season at New Orleans.
The H. C. Yaeger, Pa'agon and Com
monwealth arrived at New Orleans yes
terday. A good swell is coming out of the
The Vint Shinkle for Memphis passed
The Future City and barges are due
down this evening for New Orleans.
The Glencoe will pass down this
evening for New Orleans.
The Thompson Dean will be down on
Thursday for New Orleans.
Navigation, in" the Ohio river has im
proved, and there is now eight feet in
the channel from Louisville to Cairo.
The St. Francis for Friar's Point and
Frank Forest for the'upper coast cleared
with good trips last evening.
The Belle Memphis returned to St.
Louis with a fair list of passengers.
The Fort Gibson backed out last even
ing for Arkansas river with a splendid
trip. She had all she wanted to carry
on the water.
The elegant steamer JamesD. Parker,
Captain Bob Wise in command, came in
yesterday afternoon from Cincinnati
with 400 tons of freight, including 1350
barrels salt, 400 barrels cement, 131 bar
rels whisky, 100 kegs beer, 06 casks
meat, 250 boxes starch, 127 packages
lard and 100 rolls bagging. She is re
ceiving at the foot of Monroe street for
a return trip to Cairo, Louisville and
Cincinnati, and leaves to-morrow even
ing. The Parker is an excellent boat,
has good passenger accommodations and
is in charge of careful and experienced
boatmen. Mr. Deems, a polished gen
tleman, has charge of the office.
I he Julia passed down last evening
for Vicksburg. She put off here 125
tons of grain and produce, and added 15
tons of way freight.
The Future City has three barges in
tow loaded with 2000 tons of freight, in
eluding 20,000 bushels of bulk corn.
The Henry Ames, aground at Plum
Point, threw overboard a large lot o f
oats and grain to relieve herself off the
bar. The swell out of tbe Ohio will
probably let her off.
Captain Mat Trimble was the ' larky
purchaser of tbe steamer Laura No. 2
at United States Marshal's sale yester
day; price, 4-620. Captain Trimble will
run her in the President's island trade
and do towing with her.
The Submarine succeeded in raising
the sunken barge at Uopefield belonging
to the St. Bernard Coal Association.
The Carrie V. Kountz, due up for St,
Louis, has TOO boxes and 146 hhds su
gar, 502 barrels rosin and 150 tons of
The Tom Jasper for St. Louis has
2500 sacks salt, 400 bbla rosin and 100
The splendid passenger steamer A. J.
White, Captain Mark Cheek in com
mand, leaves this evening for Napoleon
and the bends, carrying the United
States mail and attending to all way
business. Messrs. Bob Wildberger and
Charley Sharpe, tw courteous and at
tentive gentlemen, have charge of the
The Kanawha No. 2 and barges are
coming down the Ohio river with 10,000
bbla of salt for Memphis.
Captain Wm. Thompson is in com
mand of the Julia this trip.
Colonel W. E. Nerrill has been ap
pointed by the Secretary of War to look
iuto the feasibility of building a railroad
bridge at Cincinnati below the foot of
The Ella Hughes, Captain Drinkwater,
leaves this evening for Helena, the bends
and all points on St. Francis river
through to Marianna. The Ella Hughes
is a staunch and guod carrier. Billy
Haire is her supercargo.
Tbe landing is badly in need of repair,
but the Wharfmaster is too much en
gaged in electioneering to give any at
tention to the wharf; in fact, the wharf
has to take care of itself, and the pcor
steamboatmea are taxed to keep up a (
lot of office-holders. We would suggest ,
that the Chamber of Commerce or the
Tax-Payers' Union investigate this '
wharfage business, and see if they can
not with their assistance enable the
river commerce to get a little justice.
tJus O'Neil, who is one of the best
clerks on the river, designs retiring from
steamboating and engaging in business
on shore at Little Rock. We wish Gus
unbounded success in his new enter
Captain Henry Miller, formerly of the
Steamers Fanny Brandies, Mary Miller
and several others, owing to dull times
on the river accepted a position as
brakeman on the Evansville and Craw
fordsville railroad, and on his first run
fell under a freight train at King's sta
tion a few nights since and had both
legs cut off, which caused his death in
one hour afterward. He leaves a wife
and three children in Evansville and
many friends to mourn his loss.
Tbe Henry Ames is still hard aground
at Osceola bar, aiid his thrown over
part of her cargo to lighten her up. Her
barge is still aground forty yards below
Captain Perry, of the John Howard,
is in the city for the purpose of making
arrangements for a lucrative trade for
his excellent packet this season.
The Thompson Dean added at Louis- '
ville 400 bbls cement and some other
The steamboatmen will have a meet
ing this evening at 8 o'clock on tbe
bluff, between Jefferson and Court, to
discuss the merits of the candidates for
A Madame Clementina Monseur, a
Belgian lady of fortune, recently de-
ceased, had a singular mania for the
hoarding of articles of dress. After her
death an examination of her effects
revealed an unusual state of things.
There were mountains of dress goods
uncut, and bearing the tradesmen's
price labels, besides hundreds of bon
nets; dresses made up, cloaks, shawls
and various specimens of the modiste's
art. It is believed that the sale of this
accumulation of goods will realize some
thing like (20,000.
Memphis and Ohio Riror Packet Company
For Cairo, Evansville Louisvillo and Cin
cinnati. JAS. D. PARKER Wise, master
LEAVES AS ABOVE WEDNES-,
DAY, 5th init., at 6 p.m. Fori
freight or passage anolv to
F. 1. COBB A CO., Agents.
1.T3-136 2H8 Front street.
f'er St. Francis Blver.
For St. Francis Rivor. Helena, Marianna.
Wittaburg and the Bends Ihe elegant side
ELLA HUGHES Drinkwater. master
LEAVES MEMPHIS AS ABOVE
on TUESDAY, 4th inst . atjjlrtf
For freight or passage apply on board. 135
KrR-nlar Neuii-Werklj" Coast k.
For Randolph. Fulton, Osceola Rnd Ashport.
Str. Frank Forest, r&
0. K, JOPLIN Master
WILL LEAVE MEMPHIS EVERY MON
DAY and I-RID AY, making all the
coast landings. For freight or patoage apply
on board. 117-1
For Helena and rrlat's Point.
For Helena, Friar's Point and all Way Land
ings U. S. Mail Packet.
ST. FRANCIS ...James Lee, muter
T EAVES MEMPHIS ON MON- , fr-j. ,
Li DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and LsE -.i
FRIDAYS, at S p.m. aCiiiii.tlfir
For freight or passage apply on board. 115f
For White Blver.
Memphis and White River Independent
QUICKSTEP Milt R. Harry, master
Ed. C. Postal, clerk.
LEAVES REGULARLY EV- , sm.
ery SATIKDAY, at 5 p.m., WJ'-rf
making close connections Monday wtmmmtm
morning at Devall's Bluff with Little Rock
railroad for Little Rock and IlotSnriBgi, also
making all wny landing; on the Miasissippi,
White and Little Red rivers, and at the mouth
f White river with the steamer Belle Yaioo
for Vicksburg and Now Orleans.
For freight or pnssage apply to
GLENN A VINSON. Agents.
66-t On Wharf boat, foot of Couit street.
Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Co. For
Helena, Friar's Point and ihe bends U. S.
mail to Napoleon.
rr, A. J. WHITE,
LMZLmmf Mark Cheek Master
Leaves TLESDAYS and FRIDAYS.
For freight or pawnee apply or board or to
-t OY.O. W.CI! r.KK. Pap't. M Front st.
tHE; REMINGTON VfOR
SEW IX MACIIIXE.
The "Medal for Progress,"
AT VIENNA. 1S73.
Tkt Hiorcst Orprr or "Msdal" Awirkir
AT THl ExrOSIT'OR.
Re Sewlnr Marhfwn Herri v4
A FEW GOOD REASONS:
1 A Snr mvatioaTRORocOBLT TJTF.t, an l
ecurcd br Letters Patent.
iMlr K -w-WWi UtC.K RTlTTR. alik An
both sides, on all AnVfs of toodt.
s-Kuns light, c-aooTH. aoirilesb and
ltAPinbc'iif com6ifiilifR of qnalitie.
4l-lrRRi.R af (urytart without rrpaira.
A Will do all rarwti of ico'lc and i'acm
Stitching in a superior manner.
Is wort rat monaard bv the orrator.
Length of stitch may be altered while run
ning, and machine ean be threaded without
taking thread tbrourh holes.
7 licsign Stmylr. 1 nam i out. E!eant. form
ing the stitch iniAowi the um of Cog Whri
liear, llolar Cams or Lever Arms, iiu
tbe Antnmnttr )rp Fd, which tnvrct m
f.,rM luptk of sftf, k at m.y 0pd. 11 M our Dtw
Thrpnd ( 'imrolcr, which nllows easy more
men! of tDe needie-bar and nreveriU iniurr in
H OoSfTRUCTIO Mrrtl ertrrfvl and ni'RH'D.
tt is mannfactorrd by the tnon skillful an.i
experiment mechanics, at the celehralci
RteiMiwariwai srintrv, siion, A. !
Inrlnr.AU OtUer, IHl rvarlb street.
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