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THE MUIX IllNEANi: AT Till: SOITII.
The Vlcitsburg Herald contains a lt'ttcr
from Dr. John "V. Young, of Texas Parish,
Louisiana, giving the particulars of the epi
demic which prevails among the mules of
that and many other neighborhoods of the
South to an alarming extent lie rqiorlh
that in his immediate vicinity 221 had
died, most of them within three days. He
The disease, whatever it i Jiy have lcn,
made its appearance on Tuesday, the 10th
instant, and during that and the subsequent
two days swept off fully one-half of the
mules in this part of the county. How far
its ravages extended I have not been able to
learn, but have been told that it was equally
fatal at St. Joseph, Louisiana, and on Davis'
Bend, Mississippi, one firm at the latler
place losing eighty head of mule.
These have, so far as I can learn, been uni
formly the same. The first evidence of dis
ease is manifested by a restlessness of the
animal, the flanks begin to swell up, the
back becomes more or less "humjcd" up,
and in many cases a desire to urinate occurs,
the mule droops its head and cars, the latter
becoming cold, a frequent disposition to lie
down and roll, causing a great rumbling of
water in the bowels. These symptoms con
tinue from hour to hour to increase, indica
ting great internal suffering, until from five
to ten hours death comes to give relief,
The inot that can be said is, that the dis
ease was induced by epidemic influence?).
At first most every one supposed it to le
colic, till the remedies usually successful in
Mich cases only seemed to aggravate rather
than relieve the symptoms. Some again
supposed it was caused by over-feeding with
com. but soon this position was proven un
tenable, as mules and horses running on
grass, or fed oats and hay alone, were at
tacked and 'died like the rest. Others again
concluded it must have been gnats, which
iotsoned the mules by biting, etc. If the
latter was true, it seems strange that they
xhould commence and almost end in thtee
days all over ihc country at the same time.
Native mules, crcole mules, fed on native
corn, old and young, all died alike. If
none of the above causes, how can you ac
count for tho disease? say some. I confess
frankly I can't account for it any more than
I can account for the "Ihousand and one"
pestilential diseases that from time to timo
play such havoc with everything sentient.
Still I am willing to venture an opinion,
and until more satisfactory proofs arc given
to the contrary, will let the matter rest here.
After observing the symjitoms in many
cases, the effects of remedies, and having
made several very minute post mortem ex
aminations, I believe the disease to have
been a species of cholera. If so (many will
ok), why not; the usual discharges of
rice water ' Irom the Iwwuls, as in man 7
To such I will answer, why not a mule or a
horse walk upright like a man, so as to fa
vor the outpourings of the contents of the
bowels, thus being added with the force of
gravitation or the hydrostatic pressure?
They do not, however. The animal retains
A horizontal, and not a perpendicular rela
tion to the earth: hence the liquids are re
tained, and wire found in small quantities
in the small intestines, and nothing else
could be found there through an extent of
twenty-five feet, except wind, the former fill
ing the caliber fully h.ilf if not more, and
the hitler cxpaning it toils utmost capacity.
There was no evidence of constipation in
any part of the alimentary canal. Hence
the regular purisaltic motion of the bowels
must have been paralyzed more or less.
No treatment, so far as I am learn, gave
any KatisfucUiry results, and so dihheartcned
became many planters that they generally,
after a few fruitless efforts, turned their sick
mules out to die as soon as attacked. The
following wero nmoiig the various article
tried without avail: Mux vomica in whisky;
bleeding in the mouth ; spirits turpentine in
lard ; bleeding in the neck till fainting oc
curred. In some few cases, this seemed to
give sonic htipe, but failed no frequently to
give relief that it was soon discontinued.
As soon as I became satisfied that the dis-i-aeo
was cholera, I adopted the following
treatment with n favorite mule, after trying
other remedies without avail. The animal,
I was satisfied, could live but n, few hours
unless relieved, and there seemed but little
at itake. This was tho last mule attacked
of ours, and I know not how far the treat
ment can be relied upon. The mule treated
is now wull and ut work, and has been for
Prescription Take laudanum, one table
spoonful; spirits of nitre, half a table spoon
ful; compound tincture of myrrh, two table
spoonfuls; whisky, half a pint; mix and
drench. After giving, the mule ceased to
Ho down mid roll; seemed very sick and
rustlows during the night, which, however,
soon wore off, when the appetite returned,
and the cure seemed complete.
Here the disease seems to have spent its
force. It is to he hoped so, at least, for such
visitations arc well calculated to try men's
pocket books, and many planters are nearlv
The services of the poor dumb brutes are
nauiy needed, nor can the loss he repaired
with Bafety at once, there being a general
distrust at repairing it, at the preent time.
nui iiuui ii im miiy ascertained mat me dis
ease lias left the country, and when that be
comes established, planter will W great Iv
iati:xt CO its mi:ai
twi IhoSt. Louis PrcM.l
Mows. Cogswell A Co., whose card will
le found in another column, manufacture at
their Union Stonm Mills, foot of Florida
street, in addition to their various brands of
old wheal Hour, an article of corn meal
suiiorior to any other manufactured in the
country. They have given it the name of
"ralent J-our Ace Corn ileal." The com
used fsr this meal is pure white, dry, and
perfectly round, and the meal can hardly lie
ioid irom me iincst Hour liy the casual ob
server. It is put through the name process
of flouring, etc.. as wheat, and is then run
through a machine by which process- the
kernel is partly broken, and the genii or
oily portion of tho kernel separated and sold
as offal. Tho balance is ground upon three
large five-foot French burr (the largest in
the West), and the meal is then elevated in
to coolers, and afterwards bolted (not sifted)
through French bolting cloth. Sjiecimens
of the meal which have been exhibited late
ly on 'Change, present a beautiful appear
ance to the sight and touch, and is pro
nounced by thoso who have used it as su
perior to any other ever in the market.
Messrs. Cogswell t Co. are satisfied that if it
could be generally introduced for connuiii
tion into our markets, it would be found
both in point of economy and health, vastly
superior to the "stump-tail" brands of west
ern "new" wheat flour, which are now going
forward in such abundance.
a n.vrrv ixciii:xt.
A Baltimore correspondent gives the fol
lowing as one of the many pleasing inci
dents of the recent magnificent fair, held in
that city, to aid the destitute people of the
A characteristic feature of this fair was
the willing constantly in progress for va
rious articles. An adventurous friend of
ours, from Richmond, entered the hall one
evening, when it was crowded to its utmost
capacity, and proceeded slowly with the
crowd down the cast aisle. When he had
passed round and reached the entrance, he
was minus a sum of moncv which it gave
him a chill to think of. and the owner of
one hundred and fifty cliances, in its many
different articles, among which were a doll
liaby. a doll house, a cradle, two suits of in
fants' clothing, a lace night cap, a box of
ladies' hose, a love of a white lionnet, a gip
sy straw hat, tho prettiest pair of gaiters
ever seen, a hobby horse, a meerschaum
pijte, a Iwttle of old whisky, a demijohn of
wine, a silver mounted billiard cue, an oil
jwrlrait of Gen. Leo, an elegant Afghan,
and numerous other articles. A singular
investment for an old bachelor to make, wc
would think, lint we arc witnesses to the
truth contained in his apologetic statement,
"Uy jingo, sir, theladirs were so pretty, and
as'-ed so sweetly, 'l'lcasc take a chance that
they tookmc, and for the life of me I could
not refuse the dear, delightful creatures."
J)r. J'allen, of St. Louis, who was expelled
from the American Medical Association at
iU session in Philadelphia last year upon
ihc accusation of disloyalty or complicity
with a design to poison the Croton water
hasubwtyrcjitorea-to his former position in
tlit,r AVsoclatlon by its unanimous vote
adopted at it present meeting in llaltimore.
JIarrv Jenning's fighting dog was killed
by another animal in Buflalo. Harry pnr
rlwd the conqueror for SotX).
7txa ixsintAXci: company, p. p.
Jlh Peck. Auent. No. 31 Coljeno street.
AXOKItNOX, JOlIXSOX V SMITH, Heal
EstatcAccnts, over Dcrry's llookStore, Col-
A Tx.SWOKTII.OAXlT:!., (Jencral Southern
J. Accnt of Wheelers k Wilson's Scwins Ma
chines, ivo. 67 UoIIcrc street.
KIKX A: tHaXTOX', Commission Mer
chants, corner or College and Church streets.
BKII'OX, 1VIII:KI.KK fc CO., Dealers in
Tinners', Plumbers' tlas-fittcrs' and Coppcr
ncramHlu' Stuck and Material!. No. 22 .North
IKIWX, J. I...V IU W., Heal Estate Agents.
M4 I nion sti cct.
BAXK. 1'IItST XATIOXAI., A. O. Sanford,
President. J as. O. Ogdon. Cm Her.
I A X K . S KC XT X ATI O XA I.. Col lege s t .,
1) near I'nion, Jno. Lumsdcn, President, V. J,
AXK. Til I ltl XATIOXAI., W. W. lierrr,
President. hUear Jones, Cashier.
BItoWX, SlTIIi:itI.AXI A: CO., Man
ufacturers of Door?. Sashes, Blind;, Ac, cor.
of Ilines ami Kwinc streets.
ClOKHirrT fc ItOYU. Steamboat Agents.
J Storage. Forwarding and Commission Mcr
.u.i. v Ol 1.'-,.., ..l r
..1IUI1U1. . A IVHi El, Ui'VimiM
C(Ut.Vi;i,H .S, w. K., A- CO.. Funeral Un
dertakers, No. 49 Church street.
CVoi.YAK. A. S.. Lawyer, Colonade Building,
j Cherry street. Room No. 35.
C1lli: VTIIAM, It. It. & CO., Wholesale
Urocersand Dealers in fine Brandies, Wines,
Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, cornerof
Colleco and Church street.
1AM,i:.Mi:it V UAUItl.-TT, Heal Kstato
Agents, iNo. 41 uncrry street.
( (OI.IMIAX, I- I, Physician and Surgeon,
yj No. CI North Cherry street.
r.XTOX, IK. J.
C, Office, No. JBH North
OXKI.SOX, SAM IIKI Attorney at Law,
o. Uri uncrry street, up stairs.
IrXI,Al' A ClIII.DItUVS, Attorneys at
1 LaT, No, C2 North Cherry street.
17CU-IX4;. O. A CO.. Dealers In Hardware.
jiui"ii 111 ji'iiun ui u,
ic Suuarc. at tho old
I J S.mUi .Side or the l'uul
IVAXS, TlTi; V CO., Wholesale DraTcrsln
XJ Foniign and American Dry Goods. Varietlc!",
Hoots, Shoes, Hats and Heady-made Clothing,
No. 4 Inn Block.
I.I'KMAX, I'., Wholesale Dry Uoods, No. 49
jiAM, U. Y, .V 1IHO,, Importers and Deal
ers in Hardware. Cutlerv. duns. Pistols, etc.
No. 01 Public Square.
CKT.V CO., Building Material of all kind.
6 Collcgo street.
HCTCIUSOX, UKO.. Doaler in Wall Pacr
Paints. Colors, Sec. Church street.
HAMII.TO.V .V C17X.MXUIIAM, Dealers
iu Ilanhrarc, Leather Belting, Bolting
Cloth. .Vc, No. IS North Collcgo street.
I'TAItltlSOX A NOXS, Steamboat Agents on
J JL tho Levee
TOHXSOXVII.I.K l'ACIiirr COM IMS Y,
J' OITicc corner of Church and Summer streets..
opposite St. Cloud Hotel
IV Cotton and Tobacco Factors and General
Commliision Merchants. No. 23 South College sL
j- Aiii: kixustox i:k coMi'AXYt Of
J flco No. 5 North College street, w
JxSWH, w. II. VCO., Auotloiioorslihil Coin'
j mi.ssion Mcrchanti", Nos. as and iHs Collcgo
street, opposite Sewance Hotel.
IXt., Medicated Vapor Baths.
Union street, over ork s Book Moro.
MOKTOX. JAS. W., Artificial Leg Manu
fnucturer. North end Market House
ATVKIW A llT'.VI Carriago Manufacturers,
XX 7 North .Market ttrect.
T(llti:.(X. IHIIY. O'lIItYAX A CO
JJX. Wholosulo Deatcrs in Dry Goods, Public
Square, olasland oljrhy Morgan .v ou.
A fi:itni'IT A Dealers iu Wall Pa
1M. per. No. Church street
rAt'i:V, IIItlVKlt A IIIMIM'.V. Dealers
111 in Htirdw.'i
rare. Public Square, South of Coda
I Altlt. Til OS. S., Banker and Dealer in
1J Gobi, Silver, Uiicurrciit Money, BonUs,
Stuck", itc., cornerof union nnl College streets.
A Irl'ltl't. lli;ill. A CO.. Cotton and To
1X bacco Factors, Storage. Forwarding and
Commission .Merchants. .MarKot street.
A I -Cl.riti:S M CHIC S I OKI'.. No. S Union
llX street. Organs. Pianos anil Sheet Music.
VTA 1,0X1'.. J A. tills C. Attorney at Law,
li corner of College and Dcadcrick street", west
side riiblic nouarc, up stairs,
Miri'CAI.I'i:, IIIHIS. A .. (leneral Oil
Iealcrs and Agents for the sala of Cotton
hm nnd hhcctincs, Ao. iJ Ismail street
A 1 AKCII. J. II. A SOX. .Manufacturers 1
iM Saddles nnd Harness and Dealers in Coach
anil Saddlery i nrc. No. 11 I nion street
XT:WS0.1I, MOOIti: A CO.. Ileal E-tato
1 and Advertising Agents, No. 40 est bule u
V i;USOX A M l'ltl'lti:i:. Ileal Kstate Agents
i. I berry strcot, second door Irom Union, u e
XASIIVII.I.i: 'OMMi:itCIAI. IXM'
i ItAX'i: "OMIAXY. Ollieo in the build
inc of the Bunk of the I moil
Tailor, No. 1
North ('hern' street.
I iKAItCi:. X. II.. Wholesale Grocer. Coiumis
1 sion Merchant nnd Cotton and Tobacco Fac
tor. 47 South Market st
1 llOI'i: A MAXIi:it. Wholesale and Itctai
1 Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Diy Goods.
No. SI .Market street.
)i:CK. I. I'., Insurance Agent. No. 31 Col
OSi:. .1. A. J.. Clothing f all kinds, 11 South
side Public Sqare.
1)I" i: A T II O M IVSOX, Attorneys, 30,'
IV tliiiiui street
Ri:il, 'II AlHtOl lt.V A CO.. Cotton Fac
tors and General Comuii'siuii Merchants,
LiTATi: IXSI'ltAXI'i: COMI'AXY. John
i Liiiii'ilcn, President, Joseph Nash, General
Agent, olliee. Second National Bank Building
LVMITII. W. J. A W Druggists and
1 ' hewiits. corner of t hiiirh and mu sretts.
OIIIIM.OS, 0:1:0. A CO.. Auctioneers, No,
I J Zi College street.
iVri:vi'.NS. S. II.. Dealer in Wairon.C:irt..Ve
I'Fmiiklin Pike, near crossing of Nashvillu .V
C hattniiooga Itailroail.
y ritATI'OX, I'Ol.M lllt A CO., Storage
k l.Mereliants anil Cotton 1' actors, Nos. it and 11
JJAI.T7.MAX. T. I'.. Art Gallery, corner o
k.'1-ollege anil I moil street".
UIOHI'SOX. It. II., Hats. Ciips.Furnislilng
iinnii", Ac., 21 lierry street, near Union
M1AVr:i. ItltOS.. Book Binders and Blank
I Book Manufacturers, I'nion and American
rpi:xxi:ssi:t: livestock ixsitkak'i:
I COM PAX 1. Newsom, .Moorc.t Co., Agents,
No. 40 West Sulo Public Square.
mi:xxi:ssi:i: ami ci'Mm:iti.AXi on.
1 AXI MIXIXO COMI'AXY. Office No,
21 linion street
'iu:x:i:ssr.if makixi: Axb'i'iiti: ix-
1 SI ltAXCi: COMI'AXY. Jos. Allen Prei
dent, A. W. Butler. Secretary. No. .it College st.
I TXIO.Y AXI A.Mi:itICAX Ol'ITCIL in
L 1 the I nion and American Block, corner of
1 liorry and Church street. Counting-room in
basement on Church street.
"iriXSTi:i, J. M.. Wholesale and Kctnil
1 1 Dealer in Boots. Shoes and Hats, Gent's Fur
nishing Goods, .vc. No. 10 North College street
YlfIIITi:MAX IUtITlIi:ilS. Paper U'arc-
hwiise, and Dealers in Paper Stock, No. .V.)
Northeast corner l'ulilic Square.
WAMttlt, Y. J., Agent for Wheeler A
?T Wilson's Celebrated Sewing Machines, No.
14 North Cherry street.
McROBERTS & BAIN,
(liuiin, (irttsmtml Cartlni Swds,
Storage. CoiimiKsiuii mill I'runrllii;
NOS. its AND 27 SOUTH MA11KKT STKKKT,
And Agents for thegenuino "Walter A. Wood's"
Couiliino.1 nnd Single Si;i.K-UAKING Ul.APFU,
II.VXll UAUr.lt AMI l'KIZi:
Said to be unsiirpnsl ns a Kcapnr and Mower.
Also, for the "C'AYl'GA CHIEF." iHinstruete.1
vbollyoflnin and Steel, with double Driving
vtlicci", Itliignl 1-nicer liar, ami folding putting
Apparatus mid is also highly commended. Also
itt:Air,it axi Jtmvi:i;,
Also, the KIH11Y CLIPPKHMOWKR.thelirht-
et. cheapest, strongnst and best Single Mower in
the world good oil either niHgh or finoollirround.
Purchasers are rcquesteil to call and examine
theso Machines and see testimonial". All war
ranted to perforin as represented. Agent also lor
Cider Mill. Saw Mills, and the celebrated lis ml
tru. .Mci.uilf.il is ,t BAIN.
" dr7"m;gili;s" "
Medicated Vapor Baths.
I WARRANT A CURE.
17YIVTl 11V nt Tlll r i, Trtt.c. tr.rt.r-T
Is? tullotial forms of Syphilis; Debilitated Sys
tems, cither by Memiry or Syphilis; Ulcers oMhe
Throat or Mouth; ted or Copner liolorwt Blotches,
tin auj i"mi w wi i'wj xrupuons on me
Feo, Head or lody: Mil Diseases of the Skin;
Sbankers, Nodes, Swell.! Test ins; nil iains of the
bones, by Mercury raid Syphilis; Bnlarge me ut of
. i. . u.n;. ,M,f rtl. 11. l ifi.......i
Scrofulas and Neuralgias.
iiio natns are now renoy, ai inc o nice ana rooms
of Dr. McGlLU on I'nion street, over York's
, . i. v. v . v. ..; 1 1 T i
mvftiiirui.iwioiiic, ioiiit apm
AI-rL,r. IIKXKY A CO., Wholesale Kell
ers in Boots. Shoes and Brojans, No. CO West
Pearl between Walnut and Vine Streets.
B- TilXfTr HOI ST.. Silas F i Miller, Propric-
tor, coiner Third and Vine streets.
C1I.EXEAY, WM. A SOX'S, Commission
Merchants, for purchase of Cotton. Groceries,
Produce, Liquors, and best Brandj Flour, N. E.
corner of Second and Vine streets.
-TiAVW. J. F.. Wholesale Dealer in Draffs.
AJ Paints, Oils, Glass and Dyo Stuffs, between
llaco and Vinestrccts.
I7AIUHAXKS, MOItSE A CO., Manufac
. turers hnd Dealers in Fairbanks' Standard
Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac, No. VS
GLKXX, WM. A SOX'S, Wholesale Grocers.
70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl
HAXUS A 1'OIlTKIt, Wholesale Grocers
and General Commission Merchants, No. 45
Vine, between Front and Columbia streets.
HFJIIXOKAY, IlItOTIIEItS A CO.,
Manufacturers of Glass, Coal Oil Lamps,
Fruit Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, No. 'JJ East,
LTU J. I"., Wholesale and Ketail Dealer
in Hats, Caps and Straw Uoods,23 AVest Fourth,
between Main and Walnut stree's.
pltL'OII A LOWES, Importers and Jobbers
L in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and No
tions, No. 134 Kaco street, between Third and
Fourth, in Elsas Block.
Ti:AI, MOIIOAX A CO., Wholesale Deal
JLv ens in Boots and Shoes, No. 13S Race street,
between Third and Fourth, in KUas' Block.
OCinVKUMASS, II., Dealer in Cigars. Li
IJ quors and Tobacco, No. 24 Public Landing.
corner of Sycamore street.
Sl'i:.'Ci:u HOUSE, L. A. Piutt, Proprietor.
Johnson. Clerk, cor, of Front and Broadway.
rpiXUI.IU J. I A CO., Wholesalo and Ilc
,L tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness. Trunks, Va
lises, Railroad Bags, Ladies' Satchels, etc.. No.
116 West Fourth street.
THOMAS A CO.. Commission and Forward-
mr Merchants. Purchasers of Sunnlies. etc..
no. 4a vine street.
W" Y'XXE, JOIIX A COVWhofoale Doalers
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. No. 89
Pearl, between Vine and Race.
YtrASSOX, TAI.IHJTT A IAUE, Cotton
T I Factors, General Commission Merchants and
Dealers in Groceries. No. SO Vine street.
WATSOX A KEIIO, Wholesale Clothiers. No.
I'M Race street, between Thin! and Fourth,
in Elsas" Block.
CAXXOX' A IIVEHS. Wholesale Dealers in
Bonnets, Ribbons, nnd Millinery Goods, 101
Main strcot. between 5th and Cth. North side.
C1II AM HE IIS, Iir.XIlY A CO., Wlioloale
Druggists' Main street, between Oth and 7th,
nearly opposite Louisville Hotel.
DUVAI.T., HirrCHUM A CO., Wholesalo
and Retail Dealers in Carpets, Floor Oil
Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Window Trimminss, Ac, 81
4th. between Market and Main streets.
17I.I.IIT, A CO., Wholesale Grocers and
XU Commission Merchants, and Cotton
No. 231 Main street, between 7th
G1AHOXr.lt A CO., Wholesale Grocers, 525
f Main street. K. A. Shapard with this hou.-c.
HOUAai A .Ti;iIt Whnlosalo and Retail
Manufapturcrfi of Wigs, Braids. Curls, and
otliorkind of hairwork, Ac, 85 4th, between Main
and .Market stroou.
1 1 Pronriotor. I
HOTEL. M. Kean k Co.
Proprietors , Mnin Strain, nearly centrally
locatcil for steamboats and all trains,
13ITKIX, WIAItO A CO., Wholesale Dealers
X in seeds. Agricultural implements, .uucinn
cry. .Vc. SXi Main street. Louisville.
i;)OUEltS, A. ;. A SOX', House Furnihine
il, hiuporium.Kclrigcrators, filters, Ac,
Side 4th street, near Main.
ROHIXSOX. JT. M. A CIS., Wholesale Deal
crs in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. No
tluns, etc., Xq, ltt5 West Main street, between 5th
CjI.i:VIX, T. tV It. 1. A CAIX, Imiiorlcrs
H and i holcsalo Dealers in ioreign and I'omcs
tic Dry Good". No. 217 (old No. COG) Main street,
nearly oiipo.-ito Louisville Hotel.
rpitll'I', I.Ol'lS, WhoiesaTe and Retail Dealer
X in 1'iano Fortes, organs, Jicioucons, .uusie,
Ac, Nos. Hi and 94 Jencrson st.
TXTII.SOX. s'S-.'I'KIt A CO.. Wholesale Drug-
VT and Jiiipnrtprs of foreign Drugs n:
Chemicals. Paints. Oils. Wlndi
l'alnts. Oils. tndowlllau. and Glass
ware. Ac. nnd Pronrictors of Loui
Works, and sell the great Saponificr.
.Main and ;tli streets.
TTIMIEIt, EI. A CO., Wholesalo Druggits
It and Dealers In Toboeeo", Cigars. DyestulTs,
Perfumery and Glassware; North Side of Main
street, nearly opposite l.ouisville Hotel.
HtW HARDWARE HOUSE.
0. EWING & CO,
S. Side Public Square,
XA.sir vi i.n:, ti:xxksst:k.
ArE AUK AUK NOW RECEIVING AND
I f opening a largo and Completo Mock of
AMERICAX AXI CO It EI (IX
Consisting in part of
Carpenters and Blacksmiths' Tol?,
rariucrs and Shoemakers' Tools,
Horscand Mule Shoes, Nails.
Files, Saws. Axes, Plows
Collars, I lames. Wagon and Plow Chains,
LocVs, Hinges, Screws, Tacks, Brads, etc..
Cutlery, Brushes, Scythes and Cradles,
Siflers.ltiddles.ShovcIs, nnd Spades,
Squares, Spoons, Steel Whips.
OF A I.I. UIXON.
Houso Furnishing Goods,.
ETC. ETC.. ETC.
Which wo will sell on tho most liberal terms, at
WIIOI,KS.lXI? Oil RETAIL.
Gitc us a call and sec for yourselves.
0. Ewing & Co.
Old Xieliol Stand.
JPr a ett'e a I T a i lor,
lias permanently located at
xt. ia xoktii cur.nitY stukct.
He has just received from New Vork one of the
finest STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought to the
city. fobl8-tf. I
VT.K.COEXELIUS. J. J. H. 110(36. A.H. UOBIX80X.
W. TL Oomelius & CO,
AT THE OLD STAND
No. 49 CIIUKCJK STREET,
nAVE ON HAND A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL
M E T A. L I C
CASES 3 CASKETS,
ZIXC I.IXED CASES,
and Velvet Coffins,
ALL KINDS OF
The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES In the
Good, attentive assistants, and everything ne
cessary, as heretofore,
Wc also attend to the removal of Bodies to and
from other points at reasonable ratoa, and to the
satisfaction o parties employing us.
We keep also on hand a good supply of UNDER
TAKERS' MATERIAL, which wo wilt furnish to
undertakers when desired at reasonable rates.
Suco'shors tul'Hiil I. Tnvd,
IC II I. EK,
Blank Book M nulacturcrs
T OULD respectfully anno ince to tho public,
II and especially to the otneers f Counties,
Courts, Railroads, Banks, Insuranco Companies,
Ac, that they are prepared to make, on short no
tice, and ot the best materials, all Kinds oi
Of nnv hi tp fir p Tin tin Uuledtoany pattern desired
Wo keep constnnilf on hand a hwgo assortment pi
BLANK I'AI'l'R, of the bent make, and are daily
increasing our facilities tor doing work.
In Ijitko or Small UuaiitiliN.
Having a long experience in making Kook for
ditferent Courts in the State, we have patterns for
many of the Dockets and other Books generally
Wo are alo prepared to Bind all kinds of
HOOKS. MAGAZIXKS, MUSIC, .Vc,
In the best styles, and on short notice.
(Union & American Block,)
Cherry Street, Up Stairs,
NEW YORK CARDS.
J. & J. C, COtfKOY,
X. 5 I'lillciu St root. Sew Vork,
HA VK UN IU Ml, ALL KIXDH OP
SEINhS, FYKES, EEL NETS,
NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DIMEN
SIONS. BY THE FATHOM.
Orders taken to any extent and at moderate
S. Jlirscltliorn & Co,,
Cigars and Leaf Tobacco
ArO. J W J'l'JA HIj street,
Kill WAIT. It S't'ltllKT,
Near Wall street.
N o v Y o i" k.
PETTUS c; CO.,
5 1 BKOADWAY,
179 UroiuIwny,Xew York,
( FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET.)
Alti: XW OPKXIX"
Good bought by Mr. Dais Uollamorc uuring nis
recent visit to Europe.
iixxi:it axi ti:a sirrs.
The goods all coming in at a
Low Premium on Gold,
And arc offered
A T Ti O IV PRICES.
I. S. China Decorated: Glass engraved with
crest or initial. aib Jm
1 Water Street,
Y O K K,
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA FOR
IK ST. .MAKCKAUX t ".
AND IMPORTERS OK
II It A X D I E S, IV I X E S,
AND HAVANA CIGARS.
KrCLIOWATKRIIOCaK. J. '. CI VMI.N03.
e. r rgARL.
IVO. lt NEW STREET,
IlITY AXI SKI.I. Coin. Exchango and South
ern Hank Notc, and Securities of all kinds.
MAKE COI.I.KITIOXS and Purchase Sight
and Time Drafts, on all accessible points.
nil Y STOCKS AXIS ROM), Solely on Com
mission, requiring ample margin in all roses
ALLOW I'Oi n PKIt CEXT IXTE11EST
on Daily Balances, subject to Sight Check.
J5Tbecorrcsondenceof our Southern friends
is respectfully solicited,
ROBrM1 MOORE & CO.,
- For the salo of
We fill orders for , ,
And articles generally needed by the South.
VUUNER OF FROST A SI) BROADWAY
L. A. PRATT, Proprietor
-vrlt. R. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS CON
111. ncctcd with the Rurnct House, is now
with tho "Spcneerllousc." and will be pleased to
sec his many old and valued friends throughout
the South. mar2D-d6m
A. & J. TROUNSTINE & CO
CSJ La CiD IJZS 52 S3T C3
Vesting. Trimmings, am
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Noa. 87 audS'JTliinlst, Southeast eor.ot Vine,
lirE ARE OFFERING GREAT INDUCE
U .MENTStothoTrndo in Tennessee und other
Boutuern btntcs; ona wo invite special attention
to our dcpartinentof Goods, manufactured by us
cncciaiiy suiicii loinat section ot eountry
We invito the Trade to give us a call.
- J. R. llriggs, late of Nashville, Tennessee, is
witii mis House.
.T. I jYTI.K,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
and Straw Goods
2S West Fourth street, bet. Main and Walnut,
Cigars, Liquors and
No. til Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore,
. w. WASSOX,
Late of Cochran, Wasson A TalbutU
JgSSK H. TILBCTT.
Late of Paris, Ky..
JKSSK TT. rAGt,
Late of Nashville. Tenn.
WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE,
Successors to Cochran, Watson i Talbutt.
Manufacturer's Agents for the sale of Bagging
Grurrnl ComutlMlon mid Produce
And Dealers lu Flour, Hemp. Grain. Seeds, Wool,
Feathers. Pork. Bacon, Lard, ic
Alo. Exclusive agents for the sale of J. H. Tal-
X vo. s ueieoraiea l'ure Copper Whiskeys
."l.VjiJ.' bourbon County. Ky.,
l VINE ST CINttNNATI.0.
Jas. A. MfAlIisttr i CoM Nashville. Tennessee.
Hugh McCrae Co,
Vv.m Fit A Co
I Commercial Bank. Memphis. Tennessee.
Taylor, Mefcwin. Duke & Co Jlemphu. Tenn.
I marSO dem
RICHARD IIAXKS. wit . ronTEE.
NO. 13 VINE STREET.
Wct Side, Between Front and Columbia.
COIIXEU TIIIKlt AXll VIXr.STnEETS,
SILAS IT. MILLER,
riUIE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES
jl irom trie u.s. -nan ana I'coptes'i.incot steam
ers Landing, ami vcrj- near the J. v.x C. U. & D,
R. K. i A. i (!. W. R R. Dcnots.
Omnibuses leave tho House for all trains Eats,
n est, iorm ana boutn. mars U3m
A T s? w & -M IT O?
X. J. A. Ati J-P JL U
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Hay and Rag Presses,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
125 Walnut .street,
JOS. R. RKRHkKT,
PltUGII k I.OWES,
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign nnd Domestic
White Goods and Notions,
XO. 131 KACK STitEirr.
Between Third and fourth SU.,EIsa3 New Block.
JOHN V. WATSOX. JO'S. L. IIKEO.
WATSON & BERG,
No. 13G Jlace Street, Cincinnati, 0.
II r V HIXKI.E. KOK.MEKLY OF NASH-
II . villc and Lmisville, is with tho above
house, and will lie pleased to pec and wait on his
friend and Acquaintances.
u. R. RKAI).
MOK(iA, ni: p it co..
HEAD, MOHGAtf & CO,,
AVUOLESALE DEALERS IN
"ROOTS A1MTI STT0T!
1 38 "Raco St.. bet. 3d & 4th.
T. A. THOMAS, K. R. V. THOMAS, ,R. P. II C VUI.F.Y.
Lute uf I tttrl:'
viltr. Trnn, LnuintUte, Ky. Atlanta, Ga.
THOMAS & CO.
C 3I 51 I S S I O X
IVO. ID VI1VE STREET,
Xo, I lfaiiiiUoii'sISuildiiig.
Corner Sixth and Main streets.
Consignments of Cotton, Tobacco and other
JOTS' Wo make the Purchasing of all articles of
.Mercnamli.tc a speciality.
REFER IX XASHVILI.E, TEXX..TO
Thompson Andcrsoq, Berry .t Demorille,
A. Hamilton. Hueh McCrea.
G. W. Fall k Bros. Macey, Driver k Brown.
V. a. CI.F.NKAV.
(1RO. B. WEIDLER,
C. V. CLKNEAY,
WM. CLENEAY & SONS,
COMMISSI OX MEItCIIAXTN,
For the purchase and sale of Cotton, Tobacco,
Mour, Urain. 1'orK, ilaccn, i.aru, nemp.
Whisky, Graj" Seed, nnd allkimls of Pro
duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon
S. E. Cumer of Second and Vine Streitu,
Agents for "Sunny Side," "Broad Guasc,"
Legal Tender, Home Comfort, Andersons
Choice, andMagnoliaMills AAA Family t lours.
" Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
A. .V, S4CKET,
A. V. l'UQH.
(Successors to Wynne. .Tones k Co..)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
Foreign and Domestic
No. SO Pearl street, between Vine and Uace,
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Drugs, PuintH, Oils,
Window Glass, Putty and Dyestufis,
Between Vine and Bace Streets,
OF.DERS SOLICITED FROM THE S0UTH
ern Trade, and promptly attended to.
WM. & SOU'S,
TO and 72 Vine st. bet. Second nad Pearl sts.,
A. S. COLYAR,
Of IVinclicxter, Tenn.,
r.T AS OPENED AN OFFICE IN NASH VII.t.p
L-L on t!hernr street- ClIoilunUff Itullilln,
iwuui u, wuere newiu conrianuy oe iounu, nn-
leSA mbsnl mt sntn Pnnrt IIm hm n..,i. :,u
him Colonel A. S. .Mark) at Winchester. Mr. Jas.
.. .cttuiu ai rayetteniie. Jir. James Mttpat-nrkitMi-Mlnnviil.
.,,A (, Cin..i f .n.v..:.
r. Lolvar frr.Mts In .ll.n,l thnfTnnrfa af t lu-
i)iacc, ana will athn omce, receive and transmit
Claims for ColIwlinn. riving nssnrnft that tl,.
will be promptly attended to, and he will faith-
miijr aucnu to juen cusiness as may be intrustef
o uim in.alirille. janl9l-6ra
T?HONTINfl fV niIIIIlf!H STREET, TV TIf P
J2 U510.V jikd Amrrica.1 Block, a Room admir-
aoiy snuci lor an UUicc or small Ketail Jlusiness
Apply at tho Counting- Room of the Uxrox axd
J5f Tills House lias been refurnished
The Oldest Stand in the West !
D. P. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL,
Wholesale nnd Retail Manufacturers of
Wig, Scalps, Braids and Curh, and all other
kinds of Hair Work,
And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery. Ac,
85 Fourth st. between Main and Market,
Manncrof takine Mcasurcof a Wipbyany person:
1. Round the head - In 3) lines o
2. From Earto Ear .. 0 0
3. Temple, to Temple ..0 0
4. From Forehead to Nape 0 0
5. From Temple to Temple 0 0
P I AN O S .
I- O IJ I S T It I P P,
(Late Tripp & Cragp.)
H'liolesale and ltetalt Dealer
IX TIIK BEST
Mason k Hainlins'
Geo. A. Prince k Co.'s
Sheet Music: Instruction Ilooks; best Italian
String: and all kini of Musical Merchandise.
Ca'aloirues of Pianos, Cabinet Orsans, etc., sent
Xos. !)2 mill 01 Jetrcron SI reel,
inar31 dtri-Av.tw 3m
T. JI.F.V1N. R. P. HLKVIX. T. V. CAIX.
T. & E. D. Slevin & Cain,
who i. i:sai.i: dkai.i: its is
FOREIGN AND DOMIiSTIC
Xo. 217 old Xo. OG
Main street, nearly opposito Louisville Hotel,
o E. M. Spcnce, of Tennessee, is with this
ED. "WUDEE, & CO.
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
5IP c P oo. soa os 2
ri:iiAVi: kkjiovi:to oiru sew
And Spacious AVarchouse, .Marble Front,
XorthSitle ol" 3Iaiii street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
OXK POOR BEI.OW THE CORNER OP SIXTH,
Where wo ha.-o opened an entirely new stock of
ooous, ana will otter to the trade, together with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one houso in this country. All of which wo
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu
facturers' prices. uiar31 dly
E. A. OARDNKR.
C. II. GARDNER.
GARDNER & CO,
525 MAIX STREET,
It. A. Shnnard. late of Shelbvville. Tennessee.
is with this Arm and will take pleasure in waiting
on his old friends.
THOS. E. WILSON-. ARTHUR PETER.
VT. II. DILLINGHAM.
ESTABLISHED IX 1S17.
WILSON, PETER & CO.,
(Successors to Wilson, Starbird k Smith.)
AND IMP0RTBRS OF
And Dealers in Paints, Oils. Window fllasa
and Glass Ware. Tobacco, Snuff,
CORSER OF MAIS ASD FIFTH STREETS.
Proprietors of the LouisvilleChcmical Works.
MAKE YOUR O WIY SOAP
BY SAVING AND USINO YOUR
TjUY ONE BOX OF THE PENNKYT.VAVtA
JL) Full .Manufacturing Comnanv'n So innitl(T nr
Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds of
excellent narucoac. or canons or ihn vrrv kn
pon ooap, ior aoouioo cents, mrections on each
nox. ror sale at all lira? and Uri,rrrv sinrra
and in lots at wholesale by
WILSON. PETER .t CO.,
J. L. RICE.
J. C. THOMPSOX,
KICE & THOMPSON,
Ilaviuc associated themselves in the
Practice of tlie Law,
Will attend to all business entrusted to tbin.
onirr, 3C4 I'nion Strect-InKlnlr-.
ADDIIESS. V. O. 1103C 112,
A t t o i- n e at T. n. w.
o price, xo. coii ciieititT kti:et
Prompt Attention Given to OJledions.
Caruthers A Copper. Niabvl'lle. Tennessee.
lllllman. Brother Hon. Vo.hti.
Hon. M. iJ. Qillawav. Urmnhli
J. U. ROBIMtoy.
O. T. SlTl'IELD.
R. r. KAESNRR.
J. M. ROBINSON & CO.,
AVHOLESALE DEALERS IN
ronr.H.xAXo iojir.vric uky csions
No. 1S6 West Alain Street, bet. Fifth and Sixth,
OUR STOCK EMBRACES A FULL LINE
of Staple Iry (IoimW. and wo particularly
invite the trado to our complete assortment of
Consisting in part of
BLACK AND FANCY SILKS;
POPLINS; ORKNADINE.-. BERAOES;
TISSUES: LENO CLOTHS;
.U.'o, a full Line of
TV U I T E G O O 1 S,
J. 31. ItOKIXSOX A- CO..
l ' 1K5 Main St. between 5th and 6th streets.
House Fu rnishiQg Emporium
A. G. ROGERS & SON.,
77 East Side 4th st., near Main Louisville, Ky.
Ameirican Patent Ico Chests and Refrigerators.
Also, common Ico Chests and Laccr Beer Coolers;
Water Filters and Coolers; Ico Cream Freezers:
Torrey's celebrated Three Minute Frecier. all
siics, from one quart to twenty quarts. Also, a
general assortment of housekeeper articles: to all
of which your attention is respectfully called at
Rogers' House Furnishing Emporium,77East Side
4th St.. near Main, Louisville, Ky. raar3f 3ru
CLAUPIUS DUVALL CltAS. KKTCHL'a.
A. A. QCARRIKR.
DUVALL, KETCHimi & CO.,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in
Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths,
Ruga. Mats. Fine Curtain Materials and Trim
mings; Window Shades and Fixtures: Houso and
Steamboat Furnishing Goods.
HI Pourtli Kt., liri. MnrkPt ami Main,
The stock comprising in part of
I'.oyal Velvet Carpets.
English Unissels Carpets,
English Tapestry Carpets,
American Tapestry Carpets,
, ... Brussels Stair Carpet".
AH Wool Ingridn Carpets.
.... , r. Hemp nnd Cottngo Carpets.
Jlalland Stair cnitian Carpets and stair Rodj.
All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to- suit tho shape
of halls and rooms.
Having an entiro new stock wo offer every in
ducement to Purchasers in thestvle. nunlitv nnd
price of our cimxIs. We ask an examination of
our vancu assc rtmcnt, which wo offer at tho low
Carpets warranted ns represented.
To dealers we offer unusual inducements in pri
ces of all grades Carpeting. Oil-Claths. Ac.
Wo are prepared to have Carpets and Curtains
made up at short notice.
Orders solicited, which shall receive our best
and prompt attention.
UUVALL. KKTCHUM .t CO.
No. SISourthst., bet. Main and Market.
T. I.. HEARD.
CAYCF, BEARD & CO.,
ItEAI. ESTATE JtltOKI.ICS.
No. :V7 South Court Street,
AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
J5-Spc'iaI attention paid to the sale of Mcr-
cnanuu'c, ciock, ss. UJ
JOHN T. SHIRLEY & CO.,
F orira r di n r 31 c r ch a n t s,1
STKAJTB OAT A GEXTS,
Comer of Front anil Jefferson Streets. .Memphis j
jouns. Toor. c.j. miLLirs. w. t. cibodc.
T00F, PHILLIPS & CIE0DE,
WHOLESALE AND Rl.TAIL
Grocers, Cotton Factors
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Ilout Store, Wine, I.lquoi-N, Tobacco
COHNElt OF COURT AND FIIONTSTREETS.
F. W. KOT8TKR. J. P.TRKZEVANT. J.C. M'MANt'3.
R0YSTER, TREZEVANT & CO..
JtnAi, iistatk it ito units
AXI COJIMISSIOX Mi:nOIIAXTK,
No. 287 Second Street.
mar0-3m AIKMPIHS. TENN.
Notice to Persons Building.
IN VIEW OF TIIK FACT THAT THERE IS
-1 DO ONE PLACE in the ritrwh.rnrjti.Mnl.ji
tupinieu wun material requisite Tor
we hare established a depot at
No. O College Street,
where to will Iceeo eonatantlr on hnml n lnnr.
LATHES AND HAIR,
FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, cto.
t'nrmern ivIhIiIiic; IjukI I'lnttrr far
rprtlllzluc; tlicSoIl, can b rurulhlionl at
low- rales at tlilo O I'll CI
IITJIta? Sc CO.
RAGS! BAGS! EA6S!
"V'II'L PAY VE CENTS FOR CLEAN
1 1 Cotton RAGS, in quantities of 100 pounds
The highest priee paid for old Iiacrinr. Woolen
Hairs, etc v II ITEM AN JiROS..
febd-tf No. S9 N. E. Cor. Public S-iuare.
Woodward, deceased harinr laztnted in thm
ward, deeeaied. do therefore, notifr all ennm
havinit climi arainit the Estate of ihosald de
ceased, to nletnetame witntcetlerkof tho Coun
ty Court of said count r, on or before the fint day I
oi fientemoer neiu uuiy aatnenticarii u nr..
aoir aatnenticatixl as pro-
scribed br law. for pro rata distribution, or they
ill do loreTcr uirrru
o. w. irnow:
WE HAVE A LARGE NUMBER OFLeoula
T1TI UXIOir inAvmrim. hornnri In Ilnolr
form, containine tho full reports of tho proceed
ings and speeches for sessions of 1K0 and '60,
Apply 6t tail omea. lanzj-
GROCERIESj LIQUORS &c
R. B. CltBATHAX.
R. r. WOODS.
fine buas:dies3 tlxbs,
College nml Church Sts..
KEEP COXSTAXTI.Y OX IIAXO AXI
100 bap choice Kio Cofleo.
1115 bbl Crashed, I'owilcrwl ami (iranii
140 bbls Coflco Sugar.
D " Mackerel, "o. 1 and i
iSS;1 " No. 3.
150lwv " No. 1,2 and 3.
200 boxe StajuCaaillS:
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tierces fresh Rice.
25 bbls Cider Vinegar.
650 " Extra Family Flour, Spring
field and Port Royal Mill.
100 bbln, J bbls and kegs country I.anl.
5 tierces Dried Beef.
50 bbU N. O. Molosm&i and SyniM.
"50 bbli Sorghum Molassus.
10,000 bibhel.4 Cotton Sectl.
Together with an assortment ol"
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
I ic It I ex.
lVo r et'H t cr.sli 1 rc
anil Pepper Sauce,
SpiceM, Pepper, etc., etc.
AUOXOT THIGH ARK
C i l'ipw Fine Brandy,
Ilennesev, Otard, Dupev & Co.,
PintoCastillon; vintage. 134l)!'52JaHd,57
SJ United Viiievard:l'roprietnrtlS0,
15 Puncheorw bent Irish and &l'h
2 J Pipe Jamaica Ruin,
t PitH N. E. "
1)5 J casks Sherry and Port Whip, all
8 J casks pure Mttlga Wine,
4 Pix pure Holland Gin,
75 Uixen St. Marceaux Chamiiagiie, .
30 " Cabinet
65 " Jleidsick
125 boxes Claset, very fine.
W IJ I S K Y.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, wnrranted wi
perior to any ever offered in Nashville.
185 bbls piircRobertjn County, old and fine,
130 ' Bourbon, all grades, "
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
S " Peach Brandy, pure.
Anisct, Cttracoa, Absynthe,
Maraschino, Wampoo J)ra!;es,
1'lantation and Jiohers' Jlitters
and London CI ah.
3,000 Oenuino Imported Havana Cigars.
llO.OOA Baltimore, all crude;
Toectlior with a general ossortmeflt of Stuple
ami Fancy (Iroctries.
IC. It. CHEATHAM A CO.
N. B. PEARCE,
WIKHsIiSA IjK (alMM'KIt
COMMISSION M Eli CI FA XT,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOH,
17 South .Market Street,
SONSIONMENTS OK COTTON, TOIIACCO.
Pork. UaMiD, Lanl. Klr, W'hisfcy, ami ther
rketnhle Proiluee ami .Merebarxlbe, solieite.1.
Liberal adronces made cm eunsiifnmtnts, ami
will endeaver to seeure
lt;i'i nai.kh axi I'ltojiiT itirruitxs
Partieulafnttention nren tntke GIKhk uf Plant
er's orders for plantati-nfi Hj.lie.
A lurge ana weii-teieetetl uijIy &l
Groceries and Liquoro
Kept eoiMtantlr on hand, to Le mid at the tnirt
market priee, foreasti.
jan3l-tr X. It. I'lIAIMIK.
M. . llEIHf. SR.
V. It. THAXTftl.
BKIEN & TJIAXTON,
W holcsalo Gi'ocer h.
N. W. CORNER COLL HO K A. CIItCRUIl STS..
r. J. AEIIXOTHX.
r. h. rAketit.
AEEINGT0N & FAEEAE,
ItenU-ttuteaiil General AceutN
xo. es runi.it.' miuakk.
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF CITY I10THL
K. T. TOKtArT,
W. H. MACBAr.
. IT. KABBAH,
LATK rURTSR 1IA
Late of Memphis.
TORIAN. MAOIiAE & CO..
& Tobacco Factors,
uuiu-juikj-.. ... . .w.-r..
Xo. 03 Caroiiilelet Street,
XW Orlf nn.
rE HAVE NOW IN STORE TEN THOU-
its to til ns a call before pnrchasbiit.
HUGH McCKEA CO.