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THE SUDA-Y MORNING APPEAL - SEPTEMBER 5, 1869.
WANTS. 1'AVTEI-S carpenters nd laborer. v Highest hi' pal 1 Apply at Jefferson Street House, luj Jeflcrson MM set -1 "-ANTED A comfortable ottage of about M four roim.oonventcnt to Imslne: ad- FOR SALE. rR HALE. A Waaiw l'mr Otn, nearly new. for two dollar a saw, at IMMi Mill. Bee JOHN HUBER, opposite, set nWEWUUIi PIANO FOB MALE Made by J Hsine Hros.. of N. , a pearl-keyed ln etrament, of perfect tone and style. Apply m Wo vs. near me eorneroi rinn sou rDi rant atresia. e4 It SALE A Frame Residence on Poplar street Apply to H. D. JolntK. ug-i: '., Monrot- FOR RENT. a Cin-roxsHED AND W.IKK1IOI sl "Ii Mall J. mm and Court atreeu, near hiLTl.-ston depot. W. A. WHKATLEl. Bethel Basts aep! "DOB KVJTT llip front Room, No. 14 Jcf JT ferson street, up-talrs. suitable 1'T'Hii purpose. aur FINANCE AND TRADE. U. 8. 8TAMP DUTIES. Wor Affrecmnt or Contract. Or renewal of same, on each sheet - -M 06 Rank Check, for what. er amount 0 02 Bill of Lading to foreign ports, escept British NorthAmerira 0 IV 0 05 Bill of Lading to dom. Bond of Iudeinntty e Bond for Eie-ounu Di r part .. i office.. 1 uu u A Certiorate ot Mtock. Certiorate of Deposit, uot exceeding tils). ex eedlng f luu 0 05 Certificate Marriage' u 05 IVtsls or .Mortgiures, or otnor "onveyan- om of Beat Estate, not exceeding Si. .. C X Tin n. is- mid not exceeding I. . - 13 TV)., exceeding tlOOU, for every 50u or frac tional part thereof 50 Draft or order at sight I) ttt Draft, not at sight, for each Slot' or part ...- 0 06 I.case, or Assignment of same, not over ftasi 0 50 Lease above aaou, for each additional t'M or Dart 0 M Vnn.'Hvf .r Assignment ol same. oer aim) and uot over SSuu 0 50 Mortgage, for each additional S50U or part 0 5u MSB, Tfor each Slou or part 0 05 Ekvihu for -Ji and over - 0 at Power of Attorney to sell storks or collect dividend or Interest thereon - C S5 Power to Hell or Rent Real E-:le 1 Wl Power to collect Rents protest of Note or Draft 0 2 FINANCE. Office or thf Daily AprEAi, Memphis, September 4, lSbV. The. fonrth of Septeiul.pr has, from the earliest history of our city boen the most try inn day of tlK- year among our mer chaotB. financiers and hsnkcra. Perhaps k- great a number of l.-illa and notes ma tured here vestenlay as ever before on a ingle day, even before or since the war, and it is a matter of congratulation that Notaries Pkblic had but little business to perform. The day did not prove a ri'-h harvest to them by aay means, tor the quantity of paper protested was unusual ly small. The credit of every mercantile house of standing was fully sustained and few notes were dishonored. The money market was extremely tight, but currency, though scarce, was in suf ficient supply to meet all engagements. Numerous mercbants.sought favors from the banks, and in every case where prop erly endorsed received accommodation, and commercial credit was protected. The banks have exhibited great liberality, and no complaint was heard from any quarter except the one of general strin gency. In several instances banks ex tended favors to outsiders for large sums, and at the usual rateof 12 per cent. Street rates were, of course, above this, and in some cases, as much as 2S per month w as exacted, though fev. were coiniiolled to submit to the usu'.y. As capital accr.mulates, and new -fields of profitable investment are opened, inter est rates will lessen. One of the avowed objects of tbe new bank just starting in its career of usefulness, is the reduction of interest to s Rrl(i y per cent. Their large capital, and with cxictatious of becoming doubled, together with the known capacity, ability aud wealth of the etockholders. ill enable them to accom plish this. During the past season our banks and merchants have conducted ihe safest and most cautious business transactions. Credit baa heenextended only in instances where parties were know n to be of un doubted solvency, and thus when pay day appeared all were prepared to meet obligation. We await the coming of cot ton anxiously and expect by another week the daily arrivals of new bales w ill ls nu merous. Ample arrangements havelsen made to house the crop, both financially and otherwise. Merchants are clearing up and painting offices and stores, capital la being collected, correspondents and agents in other cities are ls-ing arranged svlth, and every preparation is making to transact the heavy business anticipated. Orders for cotton purchases from the apiuuers of the Eastern States, and for European account, are expected to be largely increased during the ,-oiiiing a aon, as the reputation of Memphis as a cotton market baa been constantly on the Increase, both among planters and spin ners. Merchants anticipate hsndling SOfi.OOO liales this season, and with the high prices expected an abundance of money will create an active, profitable trade. Already our wholsal" dry poods and I ".t and shoe dealers are busy tilling orders for country merchants, w hile large locks are constantly arriving and keeping clerks busy, day and night, unpacking aud arranging them. We congratulate our readers on the events of yesterday, and upon the bright prospects in view. Our merchants are live to these facts, a proofof which is the appearance in otir coiumns this moruing of many new business card, to v. hich the attention of tbe publi'- is directed. Exchange Is in abundant supply, and one bank sold to-day over 60,sJ on eas tern cities, at ' discount. Commercial bills are scarce and taken readily at par. The demand la chiefly from merchants to remit for late pun-ha aes of goods. New Orleans Exchange la . '. discount buying, and selling at 1-10 premium. In gold there were several transactions. A sale of f3000 and one of WOO w as re ported at 125, and a sale of fZVK) at 130.S,'. City Scrip proer sold by a dealer at Nic. Rome County Warrants were sold at ore to dealers, and Police Warrants w ere inac tive. buying. Selling. k, pr. 1-10 pr. '72 j'y:i - 'i!37 N. Y. Exchange N. O. Sight Citv Scrip par '. di. Count v Warrants CtXniiy Police'Scrip "Of Uold COTTON. The inquiry was active to-day w ith a dozen lalew picked up here and there, one and two together. Middling is quoted firm at Zi'i to 33c. There is a demand for all grades, and especially good ordi- . r -,hii, ii market is so noarK bare that an entire week fails to gather liflv ii ,. Salesol live imles were le- .ri.l si miwI three at 27c. A new e - . ----- fim lou ...Uilliiio from llavwrssl county sold at :2'.c, aud tbe first White . . . a . . river bale at 32'.. . sevoral olners "i me new crop brought o2c. Total receipt of uew to this time ,ae () alwut Mi bales. The New York market dosed quiet and firm at 35c for middling uplands, and for low middling. Sales to spinners 545, speculators 24, and '. for future de livery at 27' ic. The Liverpool market closed at ISSd for middling uplands and 13d for Or leans. Sates 6000 bales, and stock in port 19.000. The mi receipts at all I , aj. porta have been 3430 bales; exports 13&: stouk on hand and on shiplioard 10,640, Dempster's Weekly Liverpool Circular I of August 2i), reports the total imports of cotton at l,768,71t bales, against 2,178.552 ' last year. Total imports from India w ere 4V4.1KJ bales, and from America 774,ti5. Sales for the year had been 2,446,480 bales, and the total stocks on hand were 227,500, of which 105,470 were American. cottos statement. Chamber op Commerce, MkMPHis. September 4, 1809. Stock on hand Sept. 1, 18 Received to-day 16 Received previously 16 i Hi 27 Total Shipped to-day... Shipped previously 121 10 H at Lstoclt on band TRADE. Business to-day was quiet and without perceptible change. A fair degree of ac- liwty preajlsin the general market, w hile the dry goods and boot and shoe dealers are particularly busy, unpacking aud preparing their heavy stocks for fall trade. News regarding the maturing cot ton crop continues encouraging and cotton is opening rapidly. A new bale from Hay wood countyarrivedto-day.eonsigned to St ration, Ooyer o. Co., and one has also been received from a point on the river above. We may expect to announce the increasing receipts from this time on. The new cotton already arrived foots up about fifty bales. Fruit Apples continue in good de mand, and very scarce at 3 to t'i 50 per barrel. The demand la for shipment, and the market is nearly bare. Grapes 10c per pound, and light demand with market w ell supplied. Tomatoes 75c per box and no buyers. Pears sold at $1 5o per box. Bitter Choice Western is in active request and scorce, w if b prices firm at 32c. Good Countrv is 28 to 3oc. Baogixo There is a speculative de mand for Bagging, and prices are firm. A lot of 100 pieces heavy 2 lb. sold to-day at 25 1 ,c ; Ky. Py. is 25 to Z'i'-jC to t he trade, and 26c to planters; Greenleaf and Flax are selling at 25" to 20c; Todd's hand made 19 to 20c, and other light classes from 18 to 20c. Provisions continue steady and un changed, and generally dull. Mess Pork is 3. to 35 50. Clear Sides, 19& to 2oc per cask, and 20 He at retail; Shoulders, lH'ff17c; S. '. Can vassed Hams, 24r; breakfast Bacon, 21c; Country Shoulders are 15c; Clear Sides, 19c; and Hams, 17c. Lard is unchanged and steady, and in no demand, at 2t"a.ao'.;c In tierces, 21;i22,,a'c in kegs, and 22Hg, ie in caddies. CuFfEE is steady and unchanged. There is a medium demand, ami ample stock. Rio is 2i27c; Parched do, 30c, and Java, Potatoe.s Sales of 4oO barrels St. Louis Potatoes w ere made to-day at 2 10. Prices are generally 2 2",. with a fair local de mand and light stocks. Onions are w orth 1 25. Cabbage are abundant at e to !9 ler hundred and M to 17 per crate. Feed Sales of 12. sacks w hite on the landing wore made at 873 jc and 200 from store at 90c. Ear Corn from store is 80c. bran, 400 sacks sold at the landing for E20, worth 21 in store. Hay sold, to arrive, at s2t for choice. Small lets of St. Louis on the lauding brought 22 to S. Mis souri Hay is generally inferior in quality. Low water ill the ijhio prevents the arri val of the better grades from that stream. Sales of 6o sacks Oats from below were at 65e; worth 02'.,- on landing and '55 to 70 in store. Flocr The demand is light and higher grades exhibited a downward tendency. Medium grades arc generally steady with supply of all classes in excess of demand. Super is 5 to 5 25; good do $5 75 to SC 26; X SO 25 to fro 60; XX 7to7 75; XXX and fancv & to elO 50. Corn meal Kilndried is worth 4 05 to 75. Sales of fresh ground on the levee were at 4 30 to 4 40 iu stole. Mills are selling at 4 30. Eoo Sales were made at 25c, and 26V asked. Market scantily supplied. Poultry- Several lots sold to-day. One of full grown young at $5, and others at prices ranging between H 25 and $5 75. Tbe demand is gosi. HiPEsare steady and receipts light. We quote Green, 9 to 9Hc; green salt, 10 to 10H; dry salt, 17 to 17 H-; dry Hint, 21c. Iron Ties are firm at 7 to 8c. In Limk there Is no change, with very fair demand. Alabama t- to 2 25; Utica til 75 to 2. 'ape 2 00 to 2 25. Ohio river 1 1 40 to 1 50. In Rice there is only a small trade do ing. Loutsiaua si. . io Sooth Carolina M to lOHc Suoars and Moi akhi s are in fair de mand w ith stock good. Louisiana 12H to 15 He; yell, w clarified IB to 16He; white do 1H to 17c; A, 10H to 17c; hards 17H to lc. Mot sssks r- tnains sleadv. Keg T mi firm at ts 25 to $5 50 perdozen. The Sai t market is w ell supplied, and 2o pound barrels sell at $2 05 to 2 70. Large barrels are 3 5o. Large common, 3 30. Stock Western beeves are 5 to 8e gross. '1.,-xas, fs- to eou per had. Sheep iu fair demaud at 2 to 5 per bead. Hogs. 7'-.' to Be gross. Wheat Receipts are light, aud mills pay from M 10 to $1 30, according to qual ity. No. 1 while and red is iu good demand at SI 30tol 35; No. 2, f 1 20 toll 25; re jected, 75c to 1 10. Whisky Highw ines are worth $1 15, and market reported bare; proof recti fied, $1 30 to fl 40; and common 85c to l 25. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. LEA &l PERRINS1 CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, raoNorKoxD bt CONNOISSEURS TO BB THB 1 EXTRACT of I.cTTr.a from a at Madbas, to his Brother at WORCESTER, Only Good Sauce' May. Ml. 'Tell LeaAPerrlns that tbelr fibster Is lilghlr esteemed iu Inula, and la, In my opinion, the most palatable al well as tbe most wholesome Aiucr that In made." and applicable to KVBBT VABIETY m or DISH. lut free on hoard at London or Liverpool. In paroeU of twenty cases or more: each ease two dozen large, Ave dozen middle, or ten dozen small. Partlss who order through urn have the silvautaaa of s supply from our lock until the arrival of direct orders. James Keller A Hon 'a celebrated lrande Marmalade. Robert Mlddlemaas' relelated Alts-rt Biscuit. J. ACL Cox's Gelatins. Cross A BlackeH'a Goods. Delaagrenler's RacAhout des Arabea. Uulnnem' Htout Baas and All sopp'a Alea. Win. Yoanger's Edinburgh Ales, and tbe Wines of France. Germany, HyiHu and Portugal. JOHN DlNCANH HONH, I'nion rtquare :.1 4S Beaver street. New York Ko!- seents for Mssn I - 4 Perrlns. lea Tlemovnl. i.ilt. ,. SU-lflMlin I ... L ,.,..1 Cunatntll. l has rmovel from Second street to No. ci Monroe, between Main and Hecoud streets. isns and repairs burglar and fire-proof safes. He also repairs locks of all description, guns, pistols and sewing machine. Long extrt- em In hi branch ot business will Insure aatlslai'tion to hit patron. sua WORSHAM HOUSE. 1f ORRHAM HOIWS for Rent and Furnl v ture for sale. Apply io A. VACCAROor 3. J. WORMHAM. jn- FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. 1 L'MT received per ship Vlnueutus Van Pau J lo du-eet from Antwerp. 16ou boxes Kreurh Wludow Glsss, all sizes, at price to compete ltb Amerlssa brands, and much superior RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. TO MADISON AND LlTTLB ROCK, ARKANSAS. Going West LSave Ropefleld dally at 3 p.ra. Coming East Leare Forest City, at 0 an., perry Boat leaves foot of Union St. at 2:Xu p.ra. No trains on Sunday. B. D. WILLIAMS, General Agent and Superintendent. Memplits and Louisville Railroad. DFIMRT. ARRtVK. li.in. Dfiv Express. R. R. time 4 BB a.m. Citv time Ui.m. Night Express, B. R. tlme.il 0 p.m. 12:e a.m. " City tlme..2:45p.m. Ticket offices No. 2S7 1-2 Main street and at Depot, head of Main street. Sleeping Car attached to Night Express Train, which goes through to Naahvtlle, via Nahvtlle and Northwestern Railroad, with out change. SAM. B. JONES, OenT Hupt. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. Al.::. - 1 M-l'lHT. New Orleans Mall, dally p.m. 11 :-ri a.m N. Orleans Express, daily. .Jtai) a.m . 4 ;lu p.m Freight, dally except Sun day .2:S5p.m. 4:55 a.m Mall Train makes direct connection for New Orleans and all points South. Express Train makes direct connection for Cofleevllle, Water Valley, Oxford, Holly Hsrliius aud all points north of Grenada on Mississippi Central Railroad. Ticket office 237 1-2 Main street and at the Depot. Ouiulbusses will call for passengers aud check baggage In any part of the city, by leaving orders at '157 1-2 Main street. A. H. LIVERMORE, Oen'ISnp't. C. P. OAKLEY. Oen'l Ticket Agent . Memphis and Charleston Railroad. ABRIVK. CBPART. Through Mall SdUp.oi. 12SJ p.m Through Express 10:30 p.m. 11 i p.m Junction Aocom'odation. :! a.m. C:1 a.m Somervllle Accomodation 9 :4U a.m. 6 p.m. New Orleans train tip.m The b:M a.m. and V:5 p.m. trains make all Southern connections. W. J. ROUS. (Jen 1 Sup't. MASONIC DIRECTORY, (869 I.OOOKS. South Mfmi his, No. IIS meets 21 Friday of eaeli month Hall cor. Madison and ks.-oud. A. J. Wheeler, W. M. : Ben. K. Pullen, Sec. Anocron.v, No. las me-ts Lsl Monday In ev ery mouth, at Odd-Fellows' IlaJl, corner Court aud Main. John Zent, W. M , John Beamisli, Secretary. LbilaStott,No.2' -meets 1st Friday of each month-Hull corner Madison and Seeoud. K. W. Mitchell, W. M.; Bt Sturm, See." DkSoto, No. an iui.i :id Friday of each month Odd-Fellows' Hall. P. M. Stanley, W. M.; R. W. Shelton, s. c. KiLWi.s.viNo. No. oil meets 4'h Friday of each month at South Memphis Hall, sor hit oi Madlsou and Second. John Aluslte, W. M. ; B. K iullen. Sec ROYAL ARCH. Pknn Cn aptku, No. meets 2il Monday of each month -Odd-Fellows' Hall. D. C. Tra der, M. F- H. P.; C. O. Locke. B R. AND S. M. Eureka Council, N ims-ts3l Monday of each month oJd-i'ellows' Hall. J,.lm .cut, Th. 111.; N. J. Wigglu, Rec. TKMPLAHS. CYBBNr CoMBANnxBV, No. 4 meets 4th Mon dav of eiiub month. John Zent, Coin.; N.J. Wiggin. Itec. A.'. AND A.-. SCOTTISH RITE. IlERJK3 AND Ml Tf IRAS Loilges meet Ino Junction fth Wednesday In every moo V. Mellersh, Secretary. CAsrHi Council of Princes nr JmrsitEX, lsth. No. 1-Hen. K. Pollen, tSd, Tarsh.-.; A. K. Kriinkland, :t!d, Recorder. Calvary Chapter ok Rose Croix, 18th, No. L Charles W. Adams, 32d, M.-. W.; H. T. Tomltnson, SA1, Hee. PhillippeIii ple.sbis Council of K H.IOth, No. 1. Hcni v P. Woodjrard, 32d, Comm.-.; William Y. (.'trod-, ittrL Her. . Consistory of Wbst Tennksssb, ,12d. John Ainslle, Ski, Con Trader, 32d, Reg v ODD-FELLOWS DIRECTORY. ayoso Encamphknt. No.3, L 0. tt F. meets on the 1st and M Tbur day nights of each month, at H o'clock. A. F. Davis, CP.; U. C. Trader. H. P.: Thomas Bacon, Scribe. M ex ph is LiisiE, NL. 6-rneets every Tuesday night, at 8 o'. liK-k. J. W. Wayneshuig. M, Q.; J. B. Camptnll, V. .; Thos. Mullet. Sec y. Chickasaw Iidge, No. a meets every Mon- dav night Itlo'dM, J. E. Rusell, N. U.; Alexander Ilium. V. G. ; Thos. Bacon, Per Secretary. Ruth Loner. No L Deoree of Rebekait meest on tb 1st Friday night Iu each month, at s o'cleek. P. ti. H. P.. Pugh, N.O.; Mrs. W. L. McLi fresh. Sec y. AUCTION. PEREMTORY PUBLIC SALE OF Thirty Building Lots On Lauderdale and lackson ttt., near the Elmwood line of Street Cars. w E have Inslroctions 10 offer at public le. WITHOUT RESERVE THIRTY BUILDING LOTS, Raiitlm In sire from 50 to 100 feet front, shu nted at the Intersection of Lalnleuli.le and Jackson streets, in tlie nelghborlu.d of Mr. McKlnney. Col. Looney. J. M. l'n. ine, Esq., and others. The sale will take elace THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 9. On the premises, at 9 o'clock. Every lot will Is? sold without reserve. The streets and lots will lie Indicated by si ik. s a to Is exam ined tOfM the day of sale. lKBMs-lIiill cash, balance In six months, liile perfect se3 BOTBTEB, TREZKVANT DO. CONFECTIONERS ATTENTION! BY A. M. STODDARD & CO V DM INITTRA TOR'S ule tit Auction, of Coniecii..iiers T'sils and stock for purpo ses of lnauulactuung. Monday, September (, ul 10 o'clock A. M. SroDDABD, sei Auctlone"r. LAMM CAf ALOOPK TI'E SMEOF Dry Goods. Notions. Ciothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Glass ware, etc., etc. .A.T AUCTION, Thursday Morn'g,Sept 9. at 10 o'cl'k. -TERMS CASH. SALE POHITIVE.-W City and country merchants will do well to attend. BY GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL, Auctioneers, corner scotid aiiJ A-lanis Ru. Ml GOTTLIEB Sl EZEKIEL, AUCTIONEERS, Corner Second and Adams Sts., REGULAR TRADE SALE OF Dry Goods. Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Glassware, Cutlery, Etc.. Every Tuesday & Thursday Morn'g. AT 10 O'CLOCK. Liberal Advance made on Consign- -; 1! ,J. SPORTING RIFLES. MAYNARD SPORTING RIFLES. What Is said of them by those who know. " For Rifles 1 prefer the Ballard ' or Maynard,' among among Breech Loaders.'- .se Ad vrntum in Ihr Wil drrnrtx Rev . W. H. H. Ml KKAY. "One of the part ner has porcased a ' Maynard ' and ine oiner a Hal lard' for the pur pose OI eon i part son, a test which will be greatly to tbe mlvsnlsgs of the Msy nsrd.' " H. W.S. Clbvklanii author of Hints to Jfjflcmen. Chicago, Mav i?. lSHft. 'The1 Msynard' nils my id of a rifle to perfection, li la the most tsirreci shooting gun I ever saw. This p.m. 1 put six on n sect u tlve shou In a paer four by Ave luchcs, and all but two within one Inch of i-niter, distance lorty rods." RlUe at Inch, Mi-luu. Asm:- - A UBANMNK. Battle Creek. Mich., May 17, isss. Descriptive Clreolsrs with price list and Targot Representations seuton reqnes Ad drew MASH. ARMSUu. ly-gdAW Clilnopee Kails. Muss e- INSANE ASYLUM. tJJT. VINCENT'S INSTITCTlKN FOR "ftlK irl Shan E. St. I ...ins. Mo. This Institution was founded by the Slater's of Charily, Au gust 10. IKS. It Is private and trst-clasi In Its arrangement and accommodation. In sane patients of both sexes and of all de nominations are received, slsothose addicted to taking opium or other stimulants to e- ....... .ml .l...i... la Anrrupl fc r ..,.. ..... pi.ly to Dr. J K BAl'DCT or the HtsTKli tt U rlvWvfl. Hp SPECIAL NOTICES. A Regular Habit of Body la Absolutely -n i.'.-ti 1 I'hw.i-j.; !.. m u und olearneHM of inU'llect. Nor is this nil. B-ft-nty of person mnnot r . x lit with an unnaturnl condition of the bowelH. A free pnvtagc of the refuse matter of the uystem through theae natural wMtf tlpe, la an nece-Mftary lo the purity ol the body f the free pAaje of the offal of a city through 1&4 aevenr In neoeiary to the health of iu inliahUantt. 1 udlgcfltlon u the prlmany cause of mwi of iho dlasf of the tiichargiix organ a, and DM of Its mont common reautts l- c-jNhtu-a-tion. ThU complaint, beftidea belna dunger ou4 In Uaelf, has mavny dlMgreearle con comitants ach on an nnplea-sant breath, a sallow Akin, contaminated blood and bile, hemorrhoid, hoadache, loaa of memory and gt-neral dehillty. Ht T KTT K R ST MA('H BITTERS remove all these evils by removing their immediate cauAe in the digestive organs, and rt-gulAtltig the action of the lnteatinea. The combi nation of properties in. thin celebrated pr-pa-ration i- one of 1ia chief meritw. It u not merely u stlranlant, or a tonic, or an antl bllloui agfnt. or a nervine, or a blood depu rentt or a cathartic, but ail theae curative elements Judlciou-sly blended In one power ful restorative. It lends activity and vigor to the inert, and enervated stomach, relieves the alimentary canal of Ita obstructions, and gives tone to the membrane which lines it, gently stimulates the liver, braoe the nerves and cheers the animal spirits. No other remedy poti-senses ouch a variety of hygienic virtue, it Is to these characteristics that it owes its prestige as a household medicine. Experience has proved that it is as harmless a 11 U efficacious, aud hence It is as popular with the weaker sex as with the stnmger. IIOSTKTTKK's m'OMAI'H BUTEKS Is sold In bottles only, and the trade-mark blown ip tbe glass and ei.gruved on the label, with oar steerengraved revenue stamp over the cork, U the test of genuineness. Beware of coun terfeits . No Care, No Pay .---Stone's Tonic Syrup cores Chills and Fever, or money refunded. Sold by U. ROtSL H7 Main street. Almost every day we hear many persons complaining of headache, loss of appetite, and that ttiey are not ttt to do anything, etc. Many Is the day that we have felt so our selves, and In fact have gone to bed and Im agined ourselves sick, but for the life of us could not tell whut was the matter. One day while thus complaining, a friend said to at, "Why don't you try PlahtatiuN' Bittkrs? They are really a good thing and wlil make you feel like a new man." Cpon his recom meiidatlon we purchased a bottle, and took them according tg the directions They seemed to go right to the spot, and gave us immediate relleC Every since we have taken every opportuulty to recommend them. Mxo.veLiA Watkb. Superior to the best imported German Cologne, and sold at half the prloe. THE PRESIDENT DECLARES WAR Against all impositions upon the people, and SeUr.o, following the glorious example, is out AGAINST THE POISONERS Who sell sugar of lead hair dyes, that not only ruin the hulr, but iaraiyte the system. I m posters WHO DESTROY THE UNWARY Should be put down bylaw. In the mean time, Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye I offered under the guarantee oi l'ro& Chil ton, the famous analytical chemist, an eHicitrtit, Pure and Haiiui - Preparation. CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as a Dressing, acts like aeharm on the Hair after DyalnJf. ArV " Fresh as a Maiden's Blush1' U the pure peachy Complexion which follows the use of Hagans Magnolia Balm. It Is the true Se cret of Beauty. Fashionable ladles In society understand this. The Magnolia Ha m changes the rustic Country Uirl Into a Cttf Belie more rapid iy than any other one t hing. Redness, Sunburn, Tan, Freckles, Blotches and all effects of IBM summer Sun disappear where it Is used, and a genial, cultivated, fresh expression is obtained which rivals the, Bloom of Youth. Beauty Is possible to all who will invest 75 cents at any respectable sore,and Insist on getting the Magnolia Halm. I se nothing but Lyon's Katbairon to Dress the Hair. Jy Steamboat Stewards often complain that ordinary Baking Pottders lose their strength Hiul quality after being on board a vessel or bout tor a few days. Dooutl ' Baking. Pow iifr is not affected by any at nnwphere, and will keep good in any climate, perfectly free from deleterious substances, and It nill make good, sweet, wholesome rolls, biscuits or pastry to perfection, and . Uhal, the most tTOnnaiFral Foe salt- by all groeera. EUK1NU HI T NOBLK. Se-1 Help tor Voting Men, who having Frrcd, de sire a better MANiloOI. Sentiu sealed let ter envelopes, tree of charge. Address HOW- a l r w i viTtbv i in a kiOiifM a th w P., Philadelphia, Pa. Jelldaw Peculiar Adaptability--?, andreth's Pills. Their peculiar adsptablllty to all constitu tions aWCtoOJMan ol the bowels aud the blood has established their grea,t merit. They re store the liver, the spleen and even the lieart to healthy action VMOl other remedies have been uetl without preduelng any benefit. They do ri.t t-xpone those n ho use tbem to any danger, being as safe as salutary. Krimrt from 2A ttr JY Ir. Brand reth.frvm C. J. IjK ja., I M., IlawntoTtton, .V. J. " In l&ts I was in poor hetdtb, and my friends, as well as myself, supposed that mv earthly voyage would soon terminate. Bnt after taking one box of Brandreth's Pills, I legHn to leel better. Well, sir, when I had used up twelve boxes I was a well, healthy man my weight having gone from I U pounds up to l pounds. I then ordered a supply, and between thnt time and the preseni 1 have retailed three thousand dollars' worth of i hew invaluable pills, aud am quite sure that 1 have thereby been Instrumental In savin t; thousands of lives. Yours, truly, C.J. FAY, P. M, ' BoM by all Druggists. Observe my name in white letters u the ovt rumeut stamp. B. BKANDRETH. To Owners of Horses aud Cattle. To bias' Dckbt Co-flniTioN PowDKFfl are war ranted superior to any others, or no pay, for the eure of DUtemper, Worms, Bo Is, 'oughs. Hide-bound, Cold, etc., in Horses; and Colds, Coughs, Loss of Milk, Black Tongue, Horn Distemper, etc., in Cattle. They are perfectly safe and lnnoccut; no need of stopping lbs working of your animals. They increase the appetite, give a flue eoat, cleanse the stomach and urinary organs; also increase the milk of cows. Try them and you will never be without them. The late Hiram WoodruCT. eelebtatetl trainer of trotting horses, ned them lor years. Col. Philo. P. Bush, of the Jerome Race f ouie, Fonlhatn, N. Y., would not ue tliem unfJI hi was told of what they aro eomposed. since which he is never with out them. He has over twenty running horses In his charge, and for the last three 1 ears has umm! uo other medicine foi them, lie has kind! permitted me to refer'any one to him. Over 10t0 other references can be seen at the Iepot. Sold by Druggists and Saddlers. Price, iS cents per box. Depot, 10 Park Place, New York. Batchelor s Hair D-yt. -This splendid Hair Dye U tbe test in the world the only true and perlect Dye; harmless, reliable. Instantane ous; no dLsappoiutment; no ridiculous tints; remedies the ill effects of bad Dyes; invigo rate and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, k i. - k or n!:ou . Sold by ail Druggists ami i'uriumers; and properly applied at BaU'hel or's Wig Factory, No. 16 Bond street, N. Y, UNDERTAKERS. B. M'CAFrREY. W. B. CORBHrS. McCaffrey & Cornelius, General Undertakers ANI- EMBALMERS OF THE DEAD, No. 300 SECOND HT., NEAR MONROE, MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE. lfaTaUC Cases and Caskets anil Wixxlori aJL Cofllns constantly on band. la FLAHERTY & CO., Funeral Undertakers M ETA LIC CASES, CASKET8 and Wood Coffins, of all kinds, constantly ou hand Alao,Hflf-seallng Air-tight Zino Burial Cases and Caskets, largest size weighing 6 lbs., and ot t.ne laiesi siyie. au oruers promptly hi- tenueu to. Storehouse, No. 317 Second Street, Between Union and Monroe streets. Mr. Jamas Flaherty havlna bMBtaainl In this business for twenty-five years, we feel - si;r-.i viai we can give saiisiat-iion. arrlaitas and oars for hire. Rasldanos No. W Colun tUeals (all TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST!! Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS will k r v as FO LLOWSOSt THB Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city time) 3:13 a.m. 2:46 p.m. L.eave jneinpm t railroad time l :00 a.m. S:00p.m. Mornlna train frvaa Msttuhls not run on Sunday. Lrfav, .uetnpnis, II. K. Time, 4 :W a.m. 3:0Up.m. Arrive at Naaanvllle ...11:45 p.m. 0 ;uu a.ru. Sleeping Cars on Evening Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at tlieCompany's offiri-,2S7 1-2 Main street, and at Depot, head of Main sf Br Burgage Checked at Depot, or by the Memphis City Transfer Company; at Hotels, mv&ie nernifnct, or on DOtra ooais, lo ail principal points i:ast and North. SAM. B. JONES. Supt. Sill Howf.i.l. Passenger Agent. rayM STOVES, ETC. CHARTER OAK STOVE CATECHISM : OutsHiit. Who made the first Charter Oak Stove t A njurr. i. F Fllley, of St. Locls. When va. It first made? A. 4n the year 1j2. Q. Are they good Stoves? A. The "best in the fl orla. ' S. How are the made? .From ths beit quality of Iron. W Wlui says they are good Stoves? A. All those that use them? Q How many were sold In 108? A. There wre MySfi sold. Q. How many out of that number failed? A. Not fBe. Q. Who sella the genuine Charter Oak In Memphis? A. J. F.S0HABFI.A. CO., 2Z7 MAlSgf. Are there Imitation storey Qf that uatuer A. Yea; plenty of Ihew U.-Haw can purohucrs tell the genuine? A. Bi seelnit the name of O. F. FIIIbv on each Stove, u. How should parue order them? A. Tell your merchant to get I llley's. O. Ies J. F. STH ABEL 4 Co. have a uon.1 stock? A. itM; thru them at WKoUmU and Rr- tail. ami teep r.V WAKf, CAHTiyOU, etc., .. food fuppry. J. F. SCHABEL & C0H NO. 227 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS, Sole Agouta. aui: w BALTIMORE. Fall and Winter Importation I860. RIBBONS, MILLINERY & STRAW 600DS ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO., 237 and 239 Baltimore Street, BM.TIMORF, Importers aud Jobbers of Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons, Velvet au.l Sash RlbboAa, Bonnet Silks, Sat ins and Velvets, Illusions, It'.ooo-, Laces, Ru -hss, Netts and Crapes, FRENCH FLOWERS & FEATHERS, Straw Bonnets and Ladles' list . Trimmed and I ntrluimed stlk.Velvit nn.l f elt Bon nets and Hats, SUNDOWNS ami SHAKER HOODS Thi- lanreft Stock iif Mllllnerv Bootli in this country, and imrualcl in choice variety, whlrh we offer at prl.-. s ttist will defy com- iiupetttioii. - B i :.'1TEP. siiifJ, CADDY LARD. PHK above braut of LAKD, superior to an thing on the market, pat an In 3, 5, and 10 pound caddie. 4JTB evekt packagK ota kant LED, for sale at manufacturer's prices, freight auued, by TOOF, PHILLIPS & CO., Sole Agents in Memphis and the South No. 26s FRONT STREET. LIQUOR DEALERS. J. HOFFHEIMER& BRO. Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers la BRANDIES, RYE, BOURBON WHISKIES, Etc., No.BOS -WvlxiTxt Street St. LOUIS, MO. ALSO, HOFFHEIMER BROS.' Celebrated " Bavarian Bitters." e daw A . '' AOCABO, B. TAOCABO, A. B. T Arc 4 BO A. VACCARO 8l CO., Importers and Dealers In WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC., ETC., 324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. MEMPHIS DRY DOCKS. W The company owning the above Institu tion are now prepared to do all work In their Hue of business -lth promptness, economy AND DISPATCH. They have an ample stock of materials on hand for all purposes. Their rate of charges being as favorable as that of any similar Institution In the West, they solicit a liberal share of patronage. Being located at the city of Memphis, In t he midst of the Hurst timbered region of Amer ica, and accessible at ail stages of the river, they offer Inducements to parties desirous of repairing, and especially of building steam ers, superior to any company In the West. JAMFS LEE, Jb., President. H. POW, Sec'y and Treaa. PRIMlH EMERSON, Sup't. Vlcksburg Herald copy one month and send hill to H. Isiw. Se. 'y and ,Tras. SEASONED LUMBER. T HAVE now on hand a full stock of 8ea 1 soned Cypress Lumber: am conslaatly sawLna and am prepsred to fill orders for snv dimensions o? Hills. JolsU, Posts Stud ding Boards, Clear Lumber, Laths, Shingles, etc. Attention glveu to the shipment of Lumber, orders solicited. -Mills and Lumber Tar on Wolf rlTer, aorth sle Bayou Osy oao y ilaw WiAfiL-F . WOOD AND WILLOW WARE. WBOXiXM WOOD & WILLOW WARE STUCK V 4 BARRETT, No. 163 Main Street, between 4th and 5th. tocnriLLF. KvyrrrKr. lt'E beg to call the sttentl n of Hi uihera j. merchant to our large sto.- or W .L b J consisting of Tnljs, Buck. ts. i hums. Wahtsar.l. M. Urd and W hlte i.Vdar Wnre, Butter Bu.-keis. Well Buckets, Harvest Wegs, Measures, etc., etc. Baskets .,r aU Kinp togvtlier ltb Hrwyiuj Brushes, Hope. Twine. Matches. Bi ticking. He" V e are enabled tnronr arraaaasasesi wlifi esding manufacturers to -e;i tnese goods at very low Ggnres, which we will very readily prove to those who favor us with their pa tronage, (auao; HTL'CKY A BARRErT. REWARDS. $700 REWARD. VT a state.! communication of Oakland Lodge No. ttt A. t. and A. M., held at Oak land, Miss., on the 14th day of August. 1-. it wss, RcsOLVtu, That as our worthy brother, P. D. Babnb), Senior Warden of tnle Lodge, was assassinated ou the th last., by In. A. J. Lot:, a non-affiliated Mason of the same place that the Lodge offer a reward for the capture eg the murderer. Description or said Lou He la about six feet one inch high; slender form; heavy, .iuare shoulder, slhihTly hampd; yery bhu-k piercing eyes; Umm blsek whiskers and moustache, slightly erry ; black hair, rather thin on top of hc&a; dark complexion ; forty seven years of age, spparently about thirty live; weighs about IM pounds. This lisfge offers a reward of two hundred dollars. In ad dition to five hundred dollars offered by the father of the deceased, tor arrest of the mur derer and his confinement la JaU, so that he may be brought to Justice. All papers friendly to tbe cause of Masonry will plesse copy one time. ;signedi J. W. SAUNDERS, W. M. Attest: James H. Cabb, sec'y pro tem. suls THREAD. fsr ihs t- apsoi. turrss s).i Jr.37siiu V ton tjtds- PURCHASERS OF J. & P. COATS' THREAD WILL OBSERVE THAT THEIR BEST SIX CORD fi nnt nn fnr !.. Im.HMn mar'-. , wrappers with the above trade-mark, and I .... .... .. ... ........... viwii. Agent for the L nl'.td Stalas, on the reverse I1.DVI MK II . IS M . . . Great care has been taken to adapt the thread so put up to SEWING MACHINE USF Aii numbers will be found ur.iformlv rnirtn standard, and stronger and smoother than ever before. The wboleaale trade supplied by joMUirfflAranNCLossi .Sale Agpnh in SarTiirkftr J t P. COATS, at PaAey. SesQaai!. DISSOLUTION NOTICES. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP THE firm of Boyster, Trr-zevant Co., Is this day , by mutual agreement, dissolved, J. C. McManos wiredrawing. The business of the late firm will be closed by the remain ing panner. F. W. Bi STKH, Ji.HN" P. rBEZKVANT. J. C. McMASCS. Memphis, August Jl. I". CARD. - In withdrawing from the firm of Koyster, Trr 11 wmt 4 Co., I deem ii due rny Irlends aud those of our bouse, to return my warmest acknowledgments lor p:st con fidence, hoping thut my humble services may be placed so r cess fn fly before them In u different sphere, while I trust a renewed and increased patronage may be extended to my old partner. J. C. M. MAM S. NEW FIRM. THE undersigned respectfully announce tv Iha public that they have this day en- tercil into pnrxnernip, uuuer me nsiue snu ROYSTER. TRRsZEVANT & CO., For the purpose of conducting the business of REAL ESTATE BROKERS ATJOTIONEERS At the stand hereto''. re occnrl..l by them at the N. E. cor. Main and fcfferson Sts. They beg to return their grateful actnowl- j edgmeuts of past fav.rs. aud solicit a con tinuance of public patrnnugc. THE RENTAL DEPARTMENT: Will be. as heretofore under the efficient management ..i H. L. UCIuN, Estj., who will attend to all rental matters, listing property for taxes, payment of taxes, etc. F. W. R'TTVfER, JUHN P. TBE-EVANT. Memphis, September 1, UMO. sel DISSOLUTION. THF. firm of Mosby & Porlon. Cotton Fac tors and Commission Merchants, of tlii citv, was dissolved ou Ihc 21th .lay of Ai.gast last. Bettlement will lie made by either or the firm, but the firm name will be used only In liquidation. The books will be kept al our old stand over 3't Front street. S. MOHB . se:i CHAJa. H. PORION, JB. DISSOLUTION. nnHF ttriii of Pit tin r. i, obb 4 o..cotton i obb A o. , Cotton ' 1 brokei-s. Is thi s day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Jobs' Anderson retiring. Jtue business of the firm will be conducted by K. K. Plttmsn and E. D. Cobb, under the sami Qrm name, they assuming all liabilities and col.ecting all assets due the Arm. R. B. PITTMAN, E. D. COBB, sel JOHN ANTEBSON. .v..rws..si reri ri.i.7. i ill DISSOLUTION. THE firm of Lowenstlne, Frohltch Co.. Cotton Brokers of thts city, Is this day aissolved by mutual consent. D. C. L0WEV8TINE, H M. LOWENSTINE, WM. FBOHL1CH. Memphis, September 1, U6V. NEW FIRM. The undersigned will contlnas ths' Cotton Brokerage Business, Cnder the style of WM. FROHLICH Sl CO. " I E respectfullv recommend to our eosro- uiers and friends ous former partn-T, Wm. Frohlioh, who will continue In the i ton Brokerage Business, al the old stand. I. (7. Ij' r.r'i I i H.M.LOWKNSTINE DISSOLUTION. THE copartnership heretofore existing l e I tween Vlrtnl V. Moore and kdwln Whit flehL under tffi style of Moors, Whitfield Co., ladlasolved, to date frorn the lt Jnst. oc casioned by the death of Mr. Whltflel.l In Jsnuary Jt. The "ttjg S? tf,'5i'? WlU be settled by me. IBOIL . MOOHE. August t, U. Hurvlvlng Partner. newHrm. F L-VNE. VIRU1L V. MOORE. Of I Lane A Co. I -ate Moore. Whit field A Co. 'E, the undersigned, have this day asso- elated ourselves together, for the pur pose of transacting a Cotton Factorage and General Com mission Business, Under the tyle and Arm of Ijane, XuXooz-o cto Co., To date from the 1st Inst. Office, No. 1 How tab's Bow. formerly occupied by Moore, Whitfield Co. K.LANE, WKi.il, V. MOORE. August . ISA. augli, iIaw Haile 8 English and Classical School for Boys I . SESSION" OPENS WEDNESDAY, r September hit, at No. a Third strut. For circulars oall at No. lt Madlsou stress, aufi A. i. HA&s, Pr;ueipai. a.CX- mm B.J. SEMMES & CO. No. 254 IRVING BLOCK, TO WHOM IT YANNISSEE mW Having l.-arn(d that Arties in IKiivill, (Mnrtniiari and LhL etty pr tend to seU the Ytumb" WTtUkfy, w hereby rive notice that we will bring suit for damages agaiast any RESPONSIBLE party wo may discover attempting to sell this brand of Whiskey, and will publish them as selling SPURIOUS article. We have had the sole use and control of the J 4 Yannls aee " brand for nearly twenty years, and none Is genuine without our bran on the barrels. B. J. SEMMES 8l CO. CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. M. J. WICKS, President W. F. BOYLE. Secretary Assets over : Annual Income over mw It Is with much pleasure the Managers of thi Company tender to tt Policy Holders and Uie public their congratulations on its success for the past two yean, IU present condi tion and future prospect, poliele Issued on all the Improved platM : Life Insurau. . refer ihe general public to our policy holdei . jh:. n. BtJXiKiiEY. 13. s. whitu. jr.. Bpeoial Agent. State Rout for Ttlnn. CO x a -a Li M - I 3 ' 5 S " - o O gg c S CD " . c 3 m -- a, r: - CD Gi -a am J 3. Wb-B a I ! I y I g - i I I t - 5T f jc r- I y -h g i 3 J m - I 155 S II ft r h m I l CO se g i 5 m a o z o ii i- H V 8 3 i 8 0 s CD as m - o 5 i at CUBBINS IRON FOUNDERS II AVI XU THE LARGEST ANT- MOST COMPLETE FOUNDRY XST MACHIJfE SHOP I iH the rV?athwet, are pit-pare! to do all work In THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THEY KEEP OS HAND A STOCK OF NFW ANT 9ECOKD-BAKD STATIOIVLARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC WROUGHT IRON GAS AND w moo win He cut ami ntte l to r.ru.r, prompt trntlon lo the building of the very best FRENCH BURR Which, for dnrabulty and satisfactory working, are nnsurj-'assed. SMCTTEHS. BoLTiV ('IiOTHSS AND LEs.THKKHEl.TINU, in foil supply, and cheaper than elaswuara. UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou. Memphis. Tenn. COUNTRY MERCHANTS ARE INFORMED THAT WE ARE NOW RECEIVING FULL LINES STAPLES Of ail Sorts, Suited to their Present and Prospective Wants. VWe are determined that NO PAYING MERCHANT shall have cause to Bramble a our prices. Oar Stock will be kepr much more full and complete than any heretofore. W snail aim to keep a Live Concern, and solicit only the trade of TH LIVE MBRCHA of the country. s WM. It. MOORS 00.. B98 MAIN STREET. NEAT DOOR NORTH Of PEA BODY BOTEL. Willi a a oaorix. EnwT-sn oboixx. . a. rETDtoi. a. a. t - . Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE & CUTLERY, NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE li;ll ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OUR FOBEItiN (JOOW. WK PURCHASE OT V? Domestic Gorsls from the Manufacturers. We are enabled to offer great advantages t the trade. We are -!.K AO K NTs In Memphis for the Gullet Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also, Buckeye Reapers and Mowers, Marvin L Co.'s Greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Sorghum Mills, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wheat and Cora Mills, And many other articles toi numerous to mention. Agricnlrnral Implements rn great vs rletv. French W indow (ilass. Iron, MetalsJ-Janss. BelUug, Wheat Threshers, etc itr TERMS CASH, OR SHORT i'itY ACCEPTANCE. mju COMMERCIAL HOTEL CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS OUNTRATj M. ALLEN, Second Street. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE MAY CONCERN WHISKEY ! J. T. PETTIT, Vke-Proideot. J H EDMONDSON, General Agent. : $600,000 00 : : 500,000 00 ro ro Ck9 CO m 2 o H CO mm CO " ? a " S - Z 7 CD g S". m J I U saaas " it 3 It TS 0) CO z i3 CO CO CO CO & GUNN. AND MACHINISTS AND - WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES; it an i w-ii. One of the firm grvss constant at. GRIST MILLS, OIT PROPRIETOR.