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GENTS' FU11NISHLNG GOODS !
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR GENTS' FUHNISIIING GOODS DEPARTMENT J IS NOW REPLETE WITH THE LATEST AND CHOICEST NOVELTIES IN German, French and English Broadcloths, Meltons & Beavers SUITABLE FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR. French, English and American Doeskins and Catsimeres IN MOST EXQUISITE DESIGNS. ELEGANT LINES OF ALL WOOL Tweeds andCassimeres lor Boys and Youths Wear at Prices Unprecedented We would call Special Attention to our Unrivaled LINE OF KNIT UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS. Wool, Merino, Cashmere. Soarlet and Shaker Flannel Undershirts and Drawers at Pante Prices! Before making any purchase, in the above linen, call and Inspect our inagnittoent itook the largest, moat oomplete and attraative in the oity. B. LOWENSTEIN 242, 244 and 248 Main AMUSEMENTS, MEMPHIS THEATER T. W. Djivst...--. .........-..Proprietor THREE NIGHTS AND SAT CRD AY M ATI nee, commencing THURSDAY, Novem- 'tipeolal Telegram.-Th Comet 1. Coming Return of the Favorites-The Old Re iahle HAPPY CAl WAGNER'S MINSTRELS AND BRASH BAND. The Stupendous Organisation of modern times- Indorsed bv tbe press and public to be the only troupe of Minstreli oomplete in every department. Engagement Extraordinary Messrs. Boyd and Turner, who claim the su periority over all Song and Dance Artists, will appear at each entertainment, Reserved 'eats for sale at the Peabody Hotel and at the Thea ter. Price list as usual. Remember the date. MR, K. R'lBKNBAUM. Oen'l Agent. MR. M08E KNULE, Press Agent. MR. F. F. COBURN, Litht graph Ag't. Monday. Nov. 23 -Tue Great MaJUtoni. MEMPHIS THEATER. T. W. Davit.! Proprietor ENGAGEMENT OF THE CELEBRATED and WONDERFUL MAJILTONS, MARRIE. CHARLES AND FRANK. WITH THEIR ECOF.NTBIC COMEDY COMPAHT, Organiied expressly for the produotlon of their new plays, Tuesday Eyeningr, November 24th, Will be produced, for the first time in this city, their new, sparkling goblin operatic sentation, entitled DIM-DOl Replete with beautiful music, quaint and ec centric dialogue, novel effects and magnificent 00Rm ve sents to be had at thePeabody Ho tel and at the Theater. Box sheets now open. GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE. 'T. W. Davxy - - - ....Lessee A. S Psskoykb .-.......-.......Manager A GREAT ATTRACTION I FOR SIX Nights and Baturuay Matinee, com mencing Monduy Erenlngr, NoTemVr 23d, America's Grlmaldil King of Clownsl iito. L. t'ox, the orlerlonl Humply Irampty I with his superb New York Troupe. 45 PEOPLE - PEOPLE Box sheets now open at the Peabody Hotel and at the Opera House on Monday, Novem ber 9M n' 1 n' lolr nn ' duly. WANTED. "T7 ANTED A MAN AND WIFE WANT A VV situation to work in a f-imily. hotel or boarding house. Applj at tit Seoond street. 73 ANTED-A SERVANT GIRL AT 290 w AN TEn WOOD-CHOPPERS AT6PAF- M42nd h- R'-K- W. nrOHKO. fonft.rfir. CR RENT- TTOtt RENT-DWELLING HOUSES CEN " traiiy lon.Ud, at low rent. Apphr to Ma'X Ber.sdort.7 Madison street. il t "FoR RtNT NO. 2 NEW MADISON T street. room, ISO p.r month. House on Mon.o. st.e.t. 3 room. 116 R' P- ply to 82 Front street. FOR RENT-A GOOD COKINtn oiuno bou e on Front street, central y located For lurther information address I. M . thi: office. I70R RENT TWO FRONT ROOMS. WITH H l . .. aq M(liRnn tract WJ-7J uuni ' 170H RENT ONE BJ1A-U tunal ,L1Z 50 ""h" JOHNSON, 17 Jefferson st. . . a-v if a n tt . t OR RENT-A Tn 0-8 1 OKI Bruin, nw; Y id.nce. nine rooms. No. 19S Vance street. Apply to P. twohigLt00 Vancejlreetet-t TolTTENT-FARMERS. PREPARE FOR T 1875 All renters invilod to eiamine out "Roi,taI R.giider" of city, suburoa i ana country property. See especially our offices. I)."k room in i central office, and sleeping room, oewl. Btted up and fnuhti withtu. r., .t. niLTTint I1K BROADWAY. I; Jour rooms, two squares from the Mistis- siDDi ana iron- "cr.uA- ffv 61 t tt. ilBr-lCK, 22 Medison street FOR Rf;NT-A U UUV VTlle. in in Wanton block. Apply to G. D. Crockett. .Ik. a Min .Irnpt. W REN I CO T X A li IS s , uinu". store, and vt 7? UanjiPJrt?5. 7WtmT279.MAIN ST.fcWALKER illlook. AM fi p, WALKER "7viu nt,,TIORUNO.-44 FRONT ROW , tJVUd by Nathan Bros. Apply C Utelyoccopuaoy RJJ4C0 tO si. r. itrsat. FOR SALE. l?o:i SALE CHEAP A FINE DAIRY 1 consisting of 32 head ol cows, milk wagon, rins, ete. For particulars inquire of 1. O. Maynes & Co.. SS front rtrttt. :! VSORSALE-WILL SELL AT A REASON V hle price, on very long time, if desired. iL,". i north side of Mosby street. 71 by li8''- feei." nd 'Sacre. of iand on R''h, i.Jrik0"t4uu ,Mt "r 8 P.'KAI? re.,i,ie cuy limit. ch for cash, or .. JV-r:.rfM ""'P AM d" kLL. this r.ff-. FOR SALE OF RtNT. .OR SA I.E Oil t E.N T-A SUBURB H COT C t;.ge 01 six rooms, in oyd -iii 2 a half ac-s f .round, inclosed with a lood fence; ci-'em water, and a J"" ?' Ine fruit. Will be sold very low for cah T "'. "I r...lv Medici, nv-r COTTON BRORE'g. O B. PARKER Sc CO., COTTOr. BROKERS, 3ftS Shelby Mreel. Vp-Halrs, HS.MPIIIH. IES. w-Hrecial attention given to local business. ,--1 u . FORb'ALE GOOD CHANCE 1o Commence Business. ?.o P ai. of Usfne... ... dl- ,L Alone ror rrt cnlar. pply to poking of one. jy, lui suU & BROTHERS, St . cor Jefferson. 56 1 JEWELRY. STERLING SILVER-WARL BARNUM & CO., 265 Main St, cor. Court, OOer I ft ra;e and rich st.sortmrnt of I'erke, Mpoona and Table-ware, AIo many articles aultable for WEDDING PRESENTS orfre.li atylea, and at price, a low a. ran be procured In Sew York. 37-114 LUMBER. WILLIAMS & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KINDS OF PACKING BOXES AND XTJ3t 15 13 It Of every Description. Mills-North Front Street. Salesroom No. 7 Monroe Street. Office and Tard-Cor. Gayoso and Second. 51 -7 GEO. A. PRINCE & CO. Organs & Mclodcons. The Oldest, Largest, and Most Perfect Manu factory in the United States. 54,000 Now In use. No other musical instrument evor obtained tbe same fopularity. tar Send for Priee Lists. Address BUFFALO, N. Y. M-fO-rW-TIs HATS AND CAPS. THE REASON WHY Cohen Mis Huts ami Cap Cheaper mammy or 11 is t iuiip'-uiorn in: II" httR ih cheapi'Ht rmt. Ha hits no clorkn. He hits n book-krpper. He Has bo porter. He ba n collector. He is a prActtrnl batter. Ila nnriltrkif ARlta hitW tn lniT poodfl. Uo and .re bim and price his hats, sw asm uri e' i, on nu PUBLIC LEDGEK. LAB6E3T OITY CIRCULATION THE CITY. MJfiMPHlHi SatnrdT eventnc. Not. 21, 1874. KAHN & FREI3ERQ, Clothing; Department. 2000 lrgan( boulevard lints for gentlemen, 81 25 for mer price $4. lOtf, 171, 173 Main street, corner Poplar Go to tbe Mansion Honse, 333 Main, for oysters, drinks and cigars. 60 1 Plat billiards at Willett's. 60-t Pianos for rent er sale at very low pricpg. Ames, Beattie & Co., 64t 3'J6 Main street. Time I. at oner. This old-timed axiom is apily illustra ted in tbe use of Doolet's Yeast Pow der. It is well linown that tbe common nrnpf-.s of raisin, douzh is a slow one. and often attended with unfavorable ro.nlta from the use of poor bakers jeast and improper heat. With Dooley's Ykast Powdeb the best of rolls, biscuit, corn cakes, etc-, can be made in the short space of ten ruinates, and uniform success will certainly attend iu use This is owing to in purity, strength, and tbe care with which it is manufactured. Doodev 4 Brother, G9, Kew street, New York, Propietors. For ea!e by a!l Grocers. eodw $10 to $1000 Invested in stocks and gold pays 200 per cent, a month. Send for particulars. Tumbridge.4 Co., bank ers, 2 Wall street, S. Y. 86dw Oysters, cigars, drinks, at Madame Bullock's, 333 Main, near Union. tot Bankets I Itakets! Cheap et In the city. JUHX & FliEIBEliG. LEDGER LINES. No more masquerade balls until Mar-di-Gras. Oranges retail for fire cents a piece at the fruit stands. Wild pigeons are being brought into market by the thousand. Quite a number of " pifferan " now make the nights hideous with musical notes. Posters, handbills, show printing made a specialty at the LiDOta steam job printing office. The Ledueb is the only paper pub lished in the city on Mondays; Send in your advertisements. The citizens of the suburbs have de termined to protest each other from thieves and night prowlers. Many people failed to get np as early as usual this morning; tbey were at tbe masquerade ball last night. Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving day, and the turkey of the period will have to look out for itself. Cal Wagner's minstrels will appear at tbe theater matinee to day, and will give a Closing performance to night. Tbe Msjiltons with their comedy and burlesque company will appear at the theater on Monday evening next. Watch yonr ball door, for you know not the day, the night or the honr when the hat rack and overcoat thiof cometb. There was a light drift of snow flakes yesterday afternoon; and this morning a heavy white frost covered everything out of doors. Humpty Durnpty, with additional at tractions and novelties, will be presented at tbe Greenlaw Opera House next Mon day night. The DeCastro troupe will give a mati nee this afternoon, and will appear for the last time at the Greenlaw Opera House to-night. Rev. H. S. Earl, for many years a missionary to Australia, will preach in the Linden street Church to-morrow morning and night. The Board of Insatie Commissioners has at last selected a site for the West Tennessee lunatic asylum. It is about four miles from Memphis. R v. Dr. W. E. Boggs, of tbe Second Presbyterian Church, has commenced a series of highly interesting and instruct ive discourses upon the " Life and Char acter of Paul." This afternoon Professor Mueller will give an attractive soiree dansante at the Memphis Club Hall. The pations of tbe Professor and the publio generally are invited to attend. Last evening detective McCune ar rested, in Chelsea, a riotous negro thief named Jerry Carter, who has been doing several unlawful acts in the suburbs and surrounding country. Late last night a party of men engaged in a row on tbe corner of Jefferson and Main streets. Sticks were used 00 heads and heads were UBed to yell for the police, who came and captured several of tbe rioters. The connubial epidemic is extending rapidly throughout the city from Pinch to Fort Pickering; a number of belles and beaux are s'ck with it at present and several fatul cases have occurred within the past week. Where to get a good cigar is a matter of some importance to the gentleman who smokes. Our representative found some very fragrant cigars yesterday at Sol Coleman's, on Main street, between Adams and Washington. Tbe new court-house has a barber shop in the rotunda or vestibule. Why not keep a bar iu the second story ? We mean a bar at which lawyers, clients, witnesses, clerks, judges, jurors aud vis itors can practice for about fifteen cents. A dozen dray drivers were arrested to day on the charge of fast driving in violation of the city ordinance. Let the ordinance be curried out to the letter, and let the powers that be cease remit ting fines after they have been imposed. The impecunious dead beats who rev eled in candidates' whisky in August and Ndvember are now suddenly thrown upon their own resources, and the con sequence is that but little of the article will be drank by them until the January election days arrive. The jury of the Criminal Court in tbe case of tbe Slate vs. McCarty indictment for burning the Louisville railroad shops, has not been able to egree on a verdict as yet. A verdict will probably be rendered this afternoon, as the jurors desire to at tend church to-morrow. Robberies continue to be committed in the suburbs. The thieves have discov ered that the polico force is not large enough to keep a watch all over the city, and tbey have also heard that the Mayor will veto that resolution passed by the General Council to add six men to the force. A rural and loving couple attended tbe theater last night. The swain had bis arm around his beloved, and never dreamed that such was out of place in public; but Love is blind, and criticism falls harmless at her feet. The bride and groom laughed at everything and almost occupied but one seat. The place selected for the West Ten nessee Lunatic Asylum is the Mitchell place, four miles south of the city on the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad. The commissioners, Dr. W. E. Rogers, Robert I. Chester and General Connor, went down this afternoon to examine the site with a view to making a report Governor Brown. The Friar's Point Delta is not satis fied with Memphis as a cotton market for the upper river counties of Missis sippi. The Delta says that when the planters wish to sell cotton, Memphis is very anxious to buy it at a low rate, and to sell goods in return at rather high prices; but when the planter wants as istauce to grow his crop, Memphis stands aloof. Tbe Delta favors New Orleans, where, it says, better prices are paid, tbe weight is bett-er, and the classi fication better. Interviewing people on the school question has become the bard fate of our friend who swings a local pencil on the Appeal. The stereotyped sentences, " Mr. , I hae come to interview you" and "Then the interview ended," cause two emotions in tbe breast of the reporter. The first causes one of sad ness and the latter one of gladness. At Cal Wagner's entertainment at the theater last night a dozen male and fe male masqueraders were in attendance, and attracted no little attention as they sat in the dress-circle, dressed like water sprites or nymphs about to take a bath Verily, Memphis is a cosmopolitan city, like its namesake, which was camped on tbe banks of the Nile a few years since. Prof. Gessley has an educated hog on exhibition at the corner of Main and Washington streets. The hog is a light ning calculator, a philosopher, a mathe matician, an advocate of education, a spiritualistic medium; in fact, the hog is a big thing in town and is worthy of an interview from old citizens. We know dozens of human beings possessing not one-half tbe intelligence, or refinement, or education of that porker. One hundred and thirty citizens have their liberties curtailed by confinement in the county jail. Just think of the feelings of a man who is deprived of lib erty and the pursuit of oat-door happi ness on account of a little indictment and mititmus of the Criminal Court. As Madame Roland exclaimed: " 0, liberty, what strange things aud persons are committed in tby name." Sterling; Insurance Cempsay. Among our insurance men none stand higher than Mr. Carricgton Mason, who is general agent' of a dozen leading companies, representing in the aggregate over twenty-one millions of dollars. Mr. Mason takes fire, inland, marine and life risks upon tbe most favorable terms. Tbe following companies are represented by him, at his office, No. 9 Madison street. The list shows the amount of capital represented by each of these solid and reliable institutions: Home, of New York, 15,212,381 ; Niugara, of New York, 11,319,933; Manhattan, of New York, $600,000; Germauia, and Hanover, of New York, comprising underwriter's agency, $2,551,639; Hartford, of Hart ford, $2,550,000; Imperial, of London, England, $3,000,000; Pacific Mutual (marine), of New York, $1,100,000. To tal, $21,333,953. Hew Adveril.fnif Aseoej. Rowelt & Chesman, of the firm of George P. Rowell k Co., of Nev York city, one of the most successful and reli able advertising agencies in the country, have established a house iu St. Louis, corner Third and Chestnut streets. W predict this new enterprise will be suc cessful, and under the careful and effi cient management of Mr. Chesman a Urge business will be secured, which, with the responsible and time-honored name of George P. Rowell to back it, is worthy the confidence and support of the entire business world. Billy Lieben's lightning news stand, 236 Main street, has received Scrib uer's, Popular Science, Deraorest's, Les lie's Lady's Magazine, London Lady's Journal, all for December; Leslie's Lndy's Almanac for 1875; also a large lot of pictorials and duiliea from every where. peraoual. We regret to learn that Major J. P. Strange is prostrated with a very pain ful illness. , Brat Me It Yon Can. The best 5c cigar in the city is the Rosa Concha at Coleman's, 200 Main street, 5 doors from Washington. Tbe M'narlag-e Fond. Over a year ago the city contracted with Mr. Louden to pave Beal and Washington streets with a substantial stone pavement, in order to facilitate in gress and egress to and from our public landing. The contract, embracing as it did, the wharfage proper (from Front to the river), stipulated that Mr. Louden should be paid from wharf and landing receipts. On the faith of such a positive contract, tbe work was completed re cently and Mr. Louden made a demand for his money, and asked that tl.e city carry out her portion of the contract in good faith. Council thereupon ordered payments to bo made on this contract, because of its priority and legality in preference to any recent ordinance on that subject, and also because the work is embraced in the recent ordinance. This is as it should be, and we are au thorized to inform our river friends that the wharfage fund- is being carefully husbanded for the use of the wharf and cannot be used for any other purpose, and will be expended to the last dollar on the wharf and its approaches at the proper time. A. P. Grates, the revivalist, has awakened much religious feeling in the city during the past week He preaches to-night in the Central Baptist Church, and at tbe same place on Sunday night. Tomorrow morning he will preach in the Firel Baptist Church. Boat bile for Deremaer. Jimmy Corwin has received Scribner, Harper, Galaxy, Leslie and Demorest's monthlies for December; also all the weekly pictorials and the Northern and Eastern dailies, of the latest dates. Jimmy Corwin can be found at his little news house, 295 Main street, sear Madi son the rjiace to eo and rurchase your ' Sunday reading. Pjrlblaa Promenade Conr.rt. On Friday evening, the 11th of De cember aext, the Knights of Pythias will give a grand promenade ball and concert at the Exposition building. Tbe Chief of Police will bave entire control of the bnildiog so as to prevent objec tionable characters from attending. Prof. Arnold will conduct the concert and has engaged for the occasion a large corps of musicians, who will render the best gems from the old masters in a style never before attemtped in Memphis. It will be a concert worthy of the Theodore Thomas orches tra which so delighted our citizens a few years since at tbe Greenlaw Opera House. The concert will be held from eiuht to eleven o'clock, when tbe band will give music suited to the votaries of Terpsichore. Tbe programme of enter tainment will be announced at an early day, and the public may rest assured that it will be such as will be worthy of patronage. During tbe day there will be a grand parade of mounted Knights of Pytbias. The members of tbe illustrious and cbivulrie order will take full charge of all the arrangements for both the parade and promenade concert, Tbe Knights will permit no person to attend the concert who can possibly be objectionable, and this fact will be duly appreciated by tbe elite and music loving people of our city. limitations bave been extended to the Knights of Jackson, Brownsville, Trenton, Clarks iile and Nashville, Tenn.; Little Rock, Ark., and other points to attend and enjoy tbe pleasures of the evening. Whatever the Knights of Pytbias guar antee the public may expect to be car ried out with strictness and regularity, a fact clearly exemplified by that picnic given by tbe Knights at James' Park in May last. BUSINESS IS GOOD ! WHERE BARNABY'S, 811 Mala Street. WHY? Because he sells bis GOODS CHEAP. 71-76 ISO Do... Wild Plajeona for sale low at Victor D. Fuch's, 41 Jef ferson street. Flowers -Hyacinths, tulips, bouquets, plants, etc., at Craig's, 379 Main Btreet. 100 2000 coacoanuts and a shipment of extra Malaga grapes received by Lytle fc Shields. 73 Ilollcnbertr, IV o. 294 Main street, has everything In the uiiihic line fresh at low prices. lot Fresh oysters and lake fish received daily ul S. Clement's, 92 Beal St. 81 Eastern buckwheat flour and. culti vated cranberries just received by Lytle 4 Shields 13 1 t ' ADDlIlWN.L MAltKETg. COTTOK, The market today opened steady, with a eood demand New York for spots was reported quiet, with a light demand: futures easier and firmer. Liv- eipool was quoted as steady and un changed; sales, 12 000 bales.. New Ur leans was reported auiet and steady. The market was inactive, though there was a fair demand and good oOerings Sales yesterday footed up 2600 bales; estimated sales for to day, -00U bales. COTTOH IXCHsKO QU ITT10IS STAHDAAD AMSaiCAK CLAaail 1VAT1UH. n.Aiwww . ttood Ordinary Wl.l 14 U'i Low SI id J ling. Good Middiinf-..... lKi OOTTOIf tXCBAKOS STATIMIHT. Ol... B.n,-n.k. t t7l 5.811 114,133 neceiveu since ias, ,wuum. Received previously.-...-..... 111,717 Shipped since last statement.. . 198 . 79.664 119 "64 61.662 38.312 . 2.416 J14.133 c-nippca p re riuuoij 6tock at noon thi. day ............. iMroara. Thas far this week....... Thn. far l.St ltk binre bepteuiber 1 . .. n la.lajinR railrflAd... 4-4 478 lnc 2rS 15 360 1,988 81.6.2 27 1T1 872 U'.s 19 Memphis and Pad ucah railroad Memphis and tittle Kool railroad.-.. Stcimers ........... - VI n mm: tp ivu vium iiuv.....w.svw (estimated per wagons ana our Nsrn xrorrs. Thus far thi. week.....- Thus far last week...-. Since September 1 lun otiwujwo. 7 enipnis auu Charleston railroad . issisii ppi an d Ten ars.ee railroad. em phis and Ohio railroad - . M :eamers, nnrro hteaoier. sonth-. n rail north- 11 rail soutb 11 Niw Yo. November 21. U:10 p.m. Cot ton is quiet, with a lisbt demand, futures are firmer, with sales fi r January delivery at . ... I- 1 J 1 : 1 1 1 1 1; 1 1 ; IS livery, IJ-r.i'':i; niniuoii'.iri w (916 tj'i,; May, 1. 1 ir;io?c; jjeoemuor .an. r. U'i.14 15-lbo. bales for future delivery. fry 13. ,400 bales. (in .Id .... - Ordinary .l..lin.r Low Middling...-. Middling Orleans T-r.a t14'J 14 ISIS1. law 0La.ra.Kovember 21. 11:30 a.m. The market is quiet Middling, 14et sales, 1M) bales; receipts. lOWbalee RlVlOt INTELLIGENCE. BOATS LI i VINO TO DAT. ft. Louis, St. Genevieve... -5 p-m V, hue river, tielleot Lias ,,,, sp.m Kapoleun. A. J. H bite... -J P m Helena, Su Francis b p.m ARRIVALS. Steamer City of Helena, St. Louis. " St. Francis, Helena. " St. Luke, Vicksburg. " St. Genevieve, St. Louis. DR'ARTCRES. Steamer City of Helena, Vicksburg. St. Luke, Vicksburg. O. W. Cheek, Osceola. " Frank Forest, Osceola. Phil Allin, Friar s Point, ! OVEiiW OVERCOATS The largest, best and cheapest stock in the city. 200 Business coats, of broken suits, at $10, worth $20. Study your own interest by buying fine custom made clothing ?t prices usually paid for inferior ariicles. Clothing, shirts, unlershirts, drawars, socks, etc., etc, reduced twenty-five per cent. Large size clothing, a specialty. SPROULE & McOOWN, Nos. 211 and 213 Hain Street. . BOATS IN PORT. Belle of Texas, A. J. White, St. Fran cis, Clarksville, St. Genevieve. WIATBEB AND BUSINESS. The weather continues cool and damp. The river here is rising slowly and has risen 18 inches altogether. At Cairo and St. Louis the river is rising, with 6 feet out to Cairo and 8 feet from there down. The Ohio is rising at Pittsburg and Louisville, with 3 feet in the channel from Louisville to Cairo. White and Arkansas rivers are falling again. Bus iness on the landing is moderate, with little movement in freights. MISCELLANEOUS. Saturday is a dull day on the Israling. Snow at Pittsburg acd throughaf the Northwest yesterday. The Utah for St. Louis left Vicksburg yesterday. Tbe Belle Lee left New Orleans last evening for Memphis. Tbe Grand Tower for Memphis, Viola for Helena, Osceola for New Orleans left St. Louis yesterday. The rise in Arkansas and White rivers did not amount to much. The Eittie Hegler is loading at Cin cinnatt for Arkansas river. The excursion boats Thompson Dean, Great Republic and Idlewild, will leave Cairo on the 25th inst., with the Knight Templr rs. The Pauline Carroll will be put in thorough repair and placed in the St. Louis and New Orleans trade. The St. Genevieve, leaving this even ing for St. Louis, g-ts at the elevator 1100 bales of cotton. Cupt. Ben Miles has chartered the Oriole for the Helena and St. Francis river trade. Tbe Tom Jasper will ba np to morrow, en ronte to St. Louis. The Dtiean is loading at Cincinnati for New Orleans. The Cherokee leaves Cincinnati to day for New Orleans, and the Mary Miller is announced for White river. The local packets out last night bad fair trips. Tbe City of Helena passed down laFt evening for Vicksburn with 580 tons cf freight. She put off here 283 sacks of corn, 130 bales bay, 50 barrels potatoes, :i barrels apples and a lot of sundries. Tbe St. Luke passed up last night for St. Louie. She put off here 15 bales of cotton and added 1400 bales for the East. Tbe Clarksville, Captain Reese Pritch ard, will load for Arkansas river as soon as there is sufficient water to admit of her getting through to Pine Bluff. The splendid sidewheel steamer Belle of Texas, Milt Harry commander, will leave this evening for all points on NV hite, Black and Liltle Bed rivers, attending to all way business. Shs is a staunch boat, has good passenger accommoda tions and is in charge of careful officers. B.lly Butler, a very clever gentleman, has charge of the office. The Ste. Genevieve, Captain Vickers, leaves this evening for Cairo 'and St. Louis, attending to all way business and connecting with the principal railroads for all poists East aud West. Captain Garrett Huls will be found in the office. The St. Francis, Captain Basket, brought in from the lower coast 223 bales of cotton and 650 sarks ol seed. She leaves this evening with a return trip for Helena, the bends and all points on St. Francis river. Messrs. D. P. Davis and Charley Smither, two cour teous and accommodating clerks, have charge of tbe office. The Anchor Line packet City of Vicksburg, Capt. Bob Riley in command, leaves to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock for Vicksburg and the bends, carrying tbe mail and attending to all way busi ness. Chrie'Sharpe, a clever gentleman, does tbe honors of tbe office. The splendid steamer A. J. White, Captain George MaUne in command, leaves this evening for Napoleon and the bends, carrying the mail and attending to all way buainess. Captain Lee Cum mins presides in the office, and is ably seconded by Mr. Smithers. Tbe Ella will arrive here Monday morning, and will return to White river oa Tuesday next. OVERCOATS ! DVICOAK! The Quickstep will resume ber regular trips in tbe White river trade on Satur day next. Tbe wharfmaster should remove that shanty of Mr. Davis' from the levee. It greatly obstructs the wharf. The Ste. Genevieve came in at noon from St. Louis with a full cargo of grain and produce. The Pauline Carroll sold a few days since at St. Louis for 18020; in IHCt the same boat sold for $140,000. The rise in Arkansas river did not im prove navigation. The City of Augusta, Captain John Elliott in command, will leave the wharf on Tuesday for White river, and will continue in the trade throughout the season. Tbe Augusta during her retire ment, has undergone a thorough over hauling and put in complete repair. Dan Sullivan, a popular and efficient clerk, has charge of the office. Weep, mackerels, weep; the Mayor is going to issue orders to bave Mr. Davis' shanty removed from the landing. STEAMBOATS. ror Clr anal St. Loots Memphis and St. Louis Packet Cumpany For Hick man. Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis. ST. GENEVIEVE Viekers. master WILL LEAVE THE ELK- fn. vator Building IUI3 JWrJ DAT, 21st inst , at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to AD. STORM. Sup t Mississippi Kiver Elevator Co. For tlekskarg. emrihls and St. Louis Packet Co. TJ. 8. Mail Line-For Vioksnurgau I the Bend.. CITY OF VICKSBURG Ri'ey, master WILL- LE A VR Ov 8ITN- k VV OAT. Xov 22d. at Ifta.m. iJJ3t For freight or passage apidy to AD STRM. Sue t Mis.lssippi Kiver Kiev, tor Co Fr Whit. River. Memphis ann Whi'e River Picket Co. V. 8. M.ilLine Fiir Augu-t i, J(,oupurt and all Way l en. line-on Wai'e river CITV Of AUGUSTA Rlliotr, master lirfLL LEVE AS AB')VB TU bSIA 1 . 21th inst.. itS o m. UL1. Vl-VS'TH. Agont-, On bo d Wbvfhoat r whit -. For Augnsta Jaoksonport and all Way Land ing- on white mtr. BBI.LE OF TKXAS Milt R. Harry, tna-ter f HAVES AS A BOVK r-ATI'R- I J DAI 21st lost., at Sp id Fir Je J freight or pns-a a- p y U GLENN Vtv8'lV, Agents. Wharf bout, foot of Cou-t street. rr New Orlean. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Pcct tor the Season For Vicksburg etches. New Orleans and all Way and --end Laud irgs. BELLE LEE, rd J. F. Hicks.--.master I Alf. flrissnm.-...elerk LEAVES As ABOVE THURSDAY, NOV. 2i h. at 4 p.m the BFli-K LKT! will oar nartiralar atten tion to all way and uend bu.iness Merch nt. e n rely pn the a'rirt'.t punctuality in all business entrusted to br eare J. X. WASdltTO. Agent. 10 M,-ti.nn ir-nt RPKOlnr Trl.Weekly Co.at For Randolph. Fulton, Osoeola and Ashport. Str. Frank Forest, &tdSk 0. K. JOPLIN Mast at WILL LEAVE M FMPHIS EVERT MON DAY. WE NESOAY and KKIDAY. making all the coast landings. For freight or passage apply on board 4-1 r.rM 1'iaocis Rivsr. For Helena and Way Landing, and St. Fran cis Kiver. ST. FRANCIS Basket, master Davis, clerk. T SAVES MEMPHIS AS ATtOVE Li every Tueeav. Tbursd.v anJ I . S.turd ty at o D.m. - 1 ur ircigrit ur passage apply on board, it FsrHelrosssS Insr't Pnini. Memphis, Helena, and Friar'. P int Sent- reekly Line i he tine passeugur steamer PHIL ALLIN, jl?Z Jame. Lee, Sr., master. I Sucker Lee, clerk. WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE KVKKY MON day, Wednesday aad Friday throughout tb year. For fr-ilgbt or passage anply on board. 4Q ter . lav. We have eons to say. For Randolph Fulton. OseenU and all land ings on the way The sidewheel steamer GEO. W. CUE KK Was Sneed, muter WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE ON MONDAY. WKDNKS-DAY if '-.-"la and FRIDAY of each week. .v" For freight or Pass-ge apply in Board. Sj-t S 11 Kfc; It LINE. Memphis and Virksbnrg Packet Co. For Helena, Friar's Poiatand ihe bends U. 6. mail to Xtapoieon. FOIt NAPOLEO.Y. ILLINOIS, Mark Cheek. Msster. Leaves MONDAYS and THl'KSDAYS, 5 p.aa ! xireuex, A. J. WHITE, r Oh. V alone. Master. Leaves irKSDAYS and SATURDAYS, t p.sa For fr:cht or pfe apply on hoard t e lM-t (sJ. W. tuLJik, 5-p't, e s real rt