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in ordinary transactions between citizens. This unusual restriction caused a large amount of distress, to alleviate which, as far as practicable, an of fort was made by the municipal authorities, who addressed a communication to Colonel Stack on the subject, requesting that the execution of the order be suspended for sixty days, by which time the poor and laboring class would be enabied to provide for themselves and their families by resuming their accoutomed occupations. To this petition Slack repiled refusing to modity the terms of his order, and insisting upon its rigid enforcement. Something remains for the oppressed people but to accommodate themselves to the circumstance surrounding them as best they may. The following items are from the Memphis papers, of the 17th inst: The city post-office was re-opened yesterday for the first time in ten days. Little, if any, business was transacted. The long row of boxes present a lonely appearance — not a letter or paper to