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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1869.
WANTS.
" ANTKD. A young ruan of gentlemanly
address anil good habits -an experi
enced salesman preferred; apply to f". J.
MoRfSE, at No. 2To Second street. set
ANTElJ. -Hy a gentleman of education,
v v who 1m well acquainted tn the clTy. hav
ing resided here eleven ears, a situation in a
wbclesale or commission liouw, or In the
freight deDsrtintut of a railroad or transpor
tnrion comoanv. Salary not so muiii an ot-
led aa permanent employment. Ad in -- n
X-. Memphis postolttce. aejj
aiANTED. To planters, farmers, hotel
keei.cn and private families, in the
dtT or country. In want of help of any kind
1 am ready to supply such help !
est notice, and on the most fav
'Wanted, forty bands to pick cot
at the only Intelligence Office, J
on street. fee) WM,
lie liorl
aide terms,
on. Apply
o. a: Jene
DARl'Is.
-a - ANTF.rr : ,-urpentvrs and laborers
1 " A NTE D 2S
llurhest wacespald. Apply at Jefferson
Street Huose, lu Jeflcrson street. set
At ANTED. A com fonalile ( ol tage of about
four room. cou eulriit to husurv- : mm
dree Appeal office. . jjOjli
FOR SALE.
m-..u hi i v A 7iv-a Carver tiln. nearly
I new. lor two dollar a saw, at Chelsea
Mills. See JOHN lU'BKK. opposite.
-m. .arU'iVi't IMAVil VI iR SAI.K-Ma.lcb
1 Ha'luea Bros-, of N. V ,a pearl-key e.1 1:1-
atrument. of perfect tone and atyle. Apl'i:
at No. W, near the eornerof Elflh and Sarrai
rans street. ae4
FOR SALE. A Frame Residence on Popla
street. Apply to H. B. JOINER,
augi; So at( street.
FOR RENT.
s iv.mv.nm and Wakehocsk on Madi
an mitt curt reels, nur fiiarlftiton
depot. W. A. WJ1E.ULEV, bethel BtfL
ti. ,
sw .. . I W rwT T Fntllt Kf itlt Ka. 14 J.'f-
f SnM street, u-stgUrs. suitable for office
purpose.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
D. 8. STAMP DUTIES,
as. i.nHnr nr Contract, or renewal
of same, on each sheet 10 05
Bank Check, for whatev er amount 0 it
Bill of leading to torelgn ports, except
British North America - " oJ
BUI or leading to uomei ic p.n .
Bond of Indemnity, each ljuor part u U)
Bond for Executing Duties of any office.. I U0
Certificate of stock -
Certificate of Deposit, not exceeding llttL a It'
exceeuiiia 1 .
Certificate (1
Deeds or Mo
eeeof Real
Do., exceed
age1 - a
nr other Convevan-
te, not exceeding $5uU-.. C 5u
50u and not exceeding
law
fluu
Do., exceeding WU0, for every Ml or frac
tional part thereof. --
T.r.n ... 1 M-der at sbzllt t IK
ir.fi not at slain. t..r each Junior part...- u 03
Lease, or Alignment of same, not over
mm
0 SU
above IJUU, for each additional 5-"'
.r part
0 50
sj..rtVUM. ,.r Asitinint ol same, over
filar and not over $S0U. - - 0
Mortgage, for each additional 5U or part 9
Notes', for each ltt or part -
Rece'.pts fur fell and oyer
Power of Attorney to sell stocks or collect
dividend ut interest therein 0 S
Power to Sell or Rent Real Estate 1 J
Power to collect Rent - 0
Protest of Note or Draft.
FINANCE.
OFFICE OF THE DAILY APPEAL,
Mkmphis. September ti, 1st, j
C.oU tmm been excited and fluctuating,
od ad vaneing during the week. Rates
cloned in New York at i:i7'a. The offer
ings here wore light, sales to-day reaching
S7U00 at 13o and HtM,
Exchange is in ai-tive demand from
merchants to remit lor goods, and also lor
country tradesmen going East to make
an-ha-es. One bank i'ti Saturday sold
frto.ottUal ' premium, aoeideutally refsirt
ed yesterday ' dis-ouut. Kates rule
iteady at par buying and M premium sell
ing. (.'ounty Warrants were purchased to
day at to lr dealom, and sales of Police
tjcrip were made at Mfc
The money market is extremely strin
jritir. and naiiierous applications lor loams
t.-day were declinexl. One and a half per
cent waa offeres.1 at the banks by soUent
parties for usouey.
Buying. Selling.
N. Y. Exchange
par Ir.
K dia. 1-1" pr.
7yu.;y stHjuea
(bB -sMTS
yofu. fa y ;
K. O. Sight
City Scrip
"onntv Warrants
Police Scrip .
Uold
USfiaiJSX fu.i:i7
Tennessee bonds in New York yester
day were ciuoted at 80'jfa.tjlVi, for old,
with no sales, and sales of new at 6i
In London 5-iV's were St, and iti Frank
fort MX. Consols were 93e.
TTie following are th New York quota
tiooa for Government securities:
Bonds of
i-M Bonds .'f WC. '
6-30
b-AI
6-20
6-SU - "
t-ao "
XO-W Bouds
Pacific Sixes.
''as;,
122Ji
fa.121
(a ISO!-,
AUIH
fa,lioH
isrs',..
lSoT,
lHtks,
COTTON.
The market during the week has ruled
lirai at SZlt to 33c for Middliug, the de
mand exceeding the supply, ami market
an bare that orders could not be tilled.
Receipt, of new have been luo bales, of
wliich arrivexl yesterday. Sties i sterday
were about 30 bales, and as reported were
IS barely Low Middlings and poorly
ginned, at Sic; 15 Low Middling ill scat
tering purchases at to 3S1 j, besides Ml -eral
small lota. Two buyers -ere in the
market for Good Ordinary and Low Mid
dling, for which grades the demand was
greatest. Middling would lie taken
if otfored, ai a fraction tlow 33e, at
watch figures holders were tirm. Sales
nave not been above 7j bales during the
The Livernool market opened dull at
lJid for I'plands, and 13Kd fT Orleans,
awd continued flat throughout the .lay,
with sales of bales.
The New York market was fli m early In
the day at 35c for Middlings, and dosed
dull and nominal.
COTTON STATEMENT.
CHAM KB o' CoMStf.K. i..
Mk-S 1'H is, Sepleuibei . W.;..
Stock on hand Kept. 1, IM
Keceive.1 this week 72
106
Shipped this week
Stock on hand
W
114
TRADE.
The Weekly Aphlal. published this
worniikg ointaina our " Annual State
ment of the Trade and Commerce of
Man. phis," priuted by us on the 1st iust.
Menrbants can be supplied w uh ..plea.
The market during the week lis. !---u
rally aleady, and to-day cxhibiit-d
activity. A large imuilw of
people arrived by the packets, and orders
-r- .,niiM.r.ins. r'r. in the Arkansas
rivar tbe crop news is excellent, and a
gsKjd yield of cotton is expected. From
White river favorable accounts are re
ceived, while from the St. Francis and
along the river below here prospects are
not good. The St. Louis packet tailed to
tome in until late in the afternoon, and
restricted trade in the produce line.
Receipts by river and rail duriug the
week were: Apples, 43 bbls; Ale, 4KJ
pekgs; Bagging, lo5 pes; Bran. 5Msks;
Butler, 228 pkgs; Bacon, 130 casks, 07 tcs
and 251 pekgs; Corn, 630 sacks; Cattle,
137 head; Meal, 15u bbls; Chickens, ti2
coops; Coffee, 590 sacks; Candles, 130
boxes ; Eggs, 32 pekgs ; Cabbages. 05 do. ;
Flour, 131s bbls; Iron Ties, H30 bundles;
Hay, 319 I les ; Molasses, 14M bbls; Oats,
50 sacks; Onions, 80 bbls; oils, 12s do.;
Pork, 25 bbls; Potatoes, 137 do; Sugar,
42 hhds and 190 bbls; Whisky, 144 do.;
Wheat, 155 sacks, and more than sooo
packages of merchandise and sundries.
We yesterday saw some Hour made
from wheat grown on the plantation of
Tnoa. H. Alien, Eso,., on the Arkansas
river. The wheat was what is know n as
fall wheat. It grew on the bottom lands
an J yielded well, while the flour is not
surpassed by any raney brand coming to
this market. It was ground at Pine Bluff,
and shows conrlnsi vel v that the rich
! landsof Arkansas and the Mississippi bot
tom can vie with any Northern State in
the production of cereals.
The clothing trade of this city has,
within the past year or two, assumed gi
..si.tie nrorsirtions. We have several
houses which deal in clothing at whole
sale, and their stocks will compare favora
bly with those of any city in the West.
As an evidence of ihe business doing in
this line, we will state that the house of
Schwab 4 Co. sold one bill to a Yazoo
City merchant, w ithin the past WW iy.
amounting to ?1S,(XJ.
The week f nst closed has len moderate
ly active in the several branches of trade,
w ith a monev market close and stringent.
Currency has lieen in sufficient supply to
meet the demand, and the fourth, which
is always the tightest day of onr commer
cial year, passed over without difficulty.
Banks extended relief at the usual rate of
IS per cent to their patrons, and in some
cases favored outside parties at the same
rate, though street shavers charged as
high as S!2, eras much more as they could
get.
News from the corn and cotton crops is
less encouraging. We hear that along the
i er as low as the mouth of the Arkan
sas, drouth, blight and rust have done
BTeat damage. The young cotton bolls are
shedding rapidly, leaving nothing but the
under or bottom crop. Several planters
say their prospects are fully one-third
short of anticipations made three weeks
ago. Even this nsws, however, will not
prevent the crop from turning out as much
as the total picking capacity of the availa
ble labor, and less than 2,500,000 bales is
not thought of. The arrivals of the new
crop yesterday were 40 bales, and about
loo in all since the opening of the season.
Hy the end of this week our re. eipts will
ie large, for dry weather is causing bolls
to open rapidly. Hands are actively at
work picking, the present high prices
causing it to be sent forward as rapidly as
baled. With a fair season from this on
we may expect to receive 3OO,O0)thia year.
Reports from Liverpool indicate the de
mand largely exceeding the suppiv , while
stocks in this country are below 10.000
bales, causing an active imiuiry by Aruer-
an spinners. The new crop w ill be ta
ken up as fast as it arrives, for home con
sumption, and the other side need not ex
pect large reipts before the end of No
vember. The river has risen a foot during the
week, caused by heavy rains along the
upper Mississippi and Missouri. We
need a few showers here very much. The
Arkansas and White are down below
three feet, while the Cumberland is lower
than it has been for a century, with only
eight inches on Harpeth shoals.
The corn crop has been much damaged
by dry weather, ard the yield will be cut
ff fully one-half in all the country east
f us.
News from the tobacco region of Nash
ville, Tenn., West Kentucky and Virginia,
discouraging, particularly trginia.
where it is reported the drouth has cut the 1
rop down to less than half the average
jrttM. From Missouri accounts are more
favorable.
The uncertainty of the corn crop in the
Western States, together with the exhib
ited scarcity of hogs, dissipates expecta
tions of any material decline in meats,
and present quotations are likely to be
sustained, with probabilities of even
liigher figures.
Breadstutts are ruling low, and have
evinced a decliug tendency during tlm
fMk. Pecent advices from Europe tend
to the conclusion that there will be light
lemand for foreign shipment, ami the
large surplus of this country will reduce
prices, even below present rales, which
now range nearly as low as before the
war.
The Board of Tohaco Trade, recently
established, has offered 100 premium for
the best hhd of manufacturing leaf, and
100 for the best hhd of shipping leaf to
bacco to be exhibited by planters through
some member of oiirTobacco Association.
'ther premiums hav e also been offered,
and every encouragement is being ex
tended to the tobacco planters of the west
ern district to revive the tobacco market
of our city.
Immense quantities of bones are now
ships?d from this place. A huge heap to
be converted into phosplnues for ma
nures, and iuto buttons and knife han
dles, is piled up for shipment at the Mem
phis and Ohio dep. t. We may ask why
not have these bones crushed here, as they
at'8 needed on every hilLside in West Ten
nessee. The elections m Mississippi and Texas,
postponed, as we are advised, in order
that the colored voters may be thorctifatir
l v organized, will cause great losses. The
absence of laborers from the fields in the
midst of the cotton picking season will be
felt in the increased price of cotton, and
mill owners as well as planters must
suffer.
Corn and Wheat. It is perhaps un
fortunate for both sections of this coun
try that the former habits of commercial
Intercourse between the West and South
have not been wholly re-established. If
the West can raise corn and wheat at a
less cost than the South, and the South
can find a profitable market for its pecu-
liar products, surel v it would be best for
both to adhere to their special produc
tions in agriculture, as it is wisest for each
individual to confine himself to a single
pursuit. But the revival of our trade
ilb the Northwest proceeds slowly, and
our farmers, for the present, are wisely
producing those supplies for which, in
former years, they exchanged cotton or
its proceeds. Whenever the Northwest
may produce an excessive crop, and its
value is so reduced that It will not bear
the cost ot transportation to New York,
1 ... 1. we may expect a lessening of the
quantity of cereals grown in the South as
.II as the diversiou ot the grain crop
Iroui the railways to the river route to the
sea. Then barges may accomplish the
mighty task which financial writers would
assign them.
Ale and Porter Win. 4 Robt. Youu-
i - .' li .:i!H.rs.-.i, 3 to 3 50 for pis.:
Barclay K Perkins' pts 3; Byar's best
t.. ut, pts $3 25; Guinuesa's extra do, 3 5tt:
J. Walker & Co.'s Cincinnati Ale, $10 So
per half bbls, including packages; kegs,
si, i"; Lager Beer, $J1 for half bbls, 3 off
lor packages returned. Hosletter's bit
ters, $9 50 per case.
Baouino Market firm, with an active
aud upeculotive demand, and prices ad
vanced 1 during the week. Heavy flax
MM at 25'2 to 26c; Groenle, 26c; Ky.
Py., 25 c; one and a half pound 19 to KOc.
Beans No sale. Navy held at $1 50 per
bnshcl.
Bekswax Market declined, and Mies
at 35c.
Brooms Steamboat Shaker, per doa.,
$6 to 7; plain handle )arlor, $5 to 6; com
mon $4 to 5. Owing to increased South
ern shipments of corn to the West a
decline is expected. Broom corn is
worth $250 to 275 per ton.
Bi tter Demand good. Choice WTet
eru, 33 to 35c; WdStern Reserve, 28 to 32c;
medium grades, 22 to 28c.
Can dlks Star, 12 oz., 17 to 18e per
pound.
Matches 17 75 per gross for No. 6.
Cioars Domestictic $18 to 75 per 1000;
imported, $16 to 300.
Cheese Supply light and. prices ad
vanced lc per pound. Western Reserve,
lv ; Svvitzer, 30c; Limberger, 29c.
Cokvee Steady. Skimmings, 19to 20c;
common to fair Rio, 20 to 34c: prime do.,
25 to 2-; Laguira, 25c; Java, 35 to 38c.
QWfVa Yarns steady. 400, 22c ; 500, 20c :
000, lsc; 780, 17c.
Crackers Pilot, 6c; butter, water,
soda and pic-nic, He ; sugar and milk 14c;
cracknel biscuit, 35e.
Eos Suppiv light, with good de
mand at 23 to 25c.
FrsH Mackerel, No. 2, 115 to 16 per
bbl, and fx 50 for halves; kits, 12 25 to 2
50; No. I, bbls, $12 50, and $7 to 7 50 in
halves; kits, $2. Sardines, quarters, 19;
halves, 32!c.
Flocr The market has declined for
fancy a-rades. which are slow sale. Medi
ums steady with fair demand. Super, T
50 to 0 ; Extra, 6 25 to 6 50; XX, 7 25 to :
50: Family, S 00 to 9 00; Fancy, fcl to 10;
Clarksville fancy declined 25c; Gold Dust
and Citv Mills 9 25 to the trade; Home
Mills turn out four grades at 6, 7,H and 9,
respectively.
Corn Mkal $4 40 to 4 50 to the trade
for kiln dried ; fresh ground, $4 25 to S4 30,
Iiemand chiefly supplied by city wiilla.
Frcits Apples in light demand at $2
to 3 per barrel. Lemons scarce at 18
per box. Pears, 5 to $6 per bushel.
Plums, st per bushel. Grais-s, market
overstocked; Concord, Catawba and Isa
bella worth 10c, according to condition.
Raisins. 3 60 for M. R. and Layer. Dried
Currants, 16 to 18c.
Canned Goons Peaches, 2 lbs, 82 T
to 3 00. Oysters, standard brands, $1 65
to I for 2 lb. Brandy Peaches, 6 to
25. Cherries, so to ti 50. Blackberries,
92 75. Strawberries, fi 50. Pine Apples
S4 to 4 25. Toma4jt.es, $2 50. Sugar of
Lemon, ft 50. Jellies, tumblers assorted,
$3 25; goblets, half size, $3 50; fnll size,
?3 75. Chocolate, double vanilla, 47".
Ncts For Almonds, 30 to 32c. Cream,
Fillierts and English Walnuts, 17c. Pe
cans, Texas, 22c.
Grain Corn scarce and in good de
mand at 90 toOO'-ic on levee; sales of 100
sacks Arkansas at last named fignre;
sales from store at 90 to 92c; prices firm
and tending upward. Oats in good de
mand ; none at levee ; sales of choice to
arrive at 64c: sales in store at 70c, with
70 to 72e asked. Hay, S22 to 23 at levee
demand moderate and prices tending up
ward, and worth 25 to 27 in store; forty
bales of choice Arkansas prairie sold at
20. Bran scarce and demand fair; seve
ral hundred sacks sold during the week
on the levee at 20. Wheat in fair de
mand from millers; rejected, 7Vc to SI;
No. 2, 1 10 to 1 25; No. 1, $1 30.
Hides Demand good; dry salted, 18c;
flint, Sluj green, 8' , to 9c; green salted,
10 He; sheep pelts, green, 50 to 60u,
Freiohts Rates have advanced to 70
and 80c from New York. No cotton mov
ing eastward. Rates have not yet been
established, but tl IS to New York is the
anticipated figure.
Live Stock Western beeves 5 to 8c
gross. Texas do. 25 to $30. Hogs dull at
ti to sc. Sheep 2(94.
Leather Market steady, Heavy hera
lirk sole 35 to 38c; oak do 42 to 46c. Har
ness oak 42(S;45c; upper No. 1 48 per doz. ;
No. 2 M do; French calf 45 to 75 per doz.
Tallow 10c.
Oils Coal 37c; Lard 1 60; Linseed 81 18
to I 25; do boiled 125 to 130; Tanners
1 lOfa.1 25; Lubrierating 65c to 1 25; Cas
tor 3 50 to 3 75; Turpentine 50 to 60c: Ol
ive 24 oz bottles 10 per basket.
Y aval Stores Tar per 40 gallon bbls
8 to 10; per keg 5 50 to 9 per doz. Pitch
4 50 per bbl. Oakum 5 to 5 50.
Provisions Markpt weaker, with
small demand; Mess Pork $35; prime do
nominal 31 50 to 32; rumps 29c, clear sides
city packed 19'A to 20c; clear ribbed do 19
to I9.'sc; Bhoulders hi'-s to 16?iic; country
sides 18 to 18 Vic 1 shoulders I3i to 14c; S.
C. hams 25 to 26c; plain do 21 to22,'e
market baro of country hams. Lard
steady; tierce 20!- to 21c; kog21!; to 22c;
caddies 22.H to 23c. Mess Beef-Thomas'
bbls $8; i bbls 15 to 15 y.
Rick Carolina 10 to lo.'ic.
Shot Drop $2 90 to 3; buck $3 25 to 3 35.
Bar Lead 11 to llc. Powder keg 86 50;
halves $3 50; quarters 2.
Potatoes Prices tending upward ; sales
at 82 to 2 25 for Western ; sacks 75. to 85c
per bushel. Ouions $4 to 4 25 and fair
supply. Cabbages abundant at 8 to 10
per hundred and 17 per crate.
Pocltrt Chickens scarce and in fair
demand at 4 to 5 for young, and 5 to 6
for fuU grown,
Soap German mottled 10
Krasive 9 to 10c; extra familv
to 110
8 to 9c;
castile 17c; imported doH to 28c.
Iron Ties are firm at 7 to 8c.
In Lime there is no change, with very
fair demand. Alabama $2 to 2 25;
I'tica $1 75 to 2. Cape 2 00 to 2 25. Oniu
river 1 40 to 1 50.
The Salt market is well supplied, aud
280 pound barrels sell at $2 05 to $2 85.
Large barrels are 3 50. Large common,
3 30.
soda In Unes, 8c; kegs, 7
Starch ti,'-, to 7c per lb.
S.m i-'V Garrett box, 16 00; packed,
$18 00.
Spirits Whiskies declining, but pros
pects of future advance. Rectified 00
proof, 80c; 70 do., 90c; 95 do., $1 20; full
proof, $1 30; old Whiskies, $3 to $7.
llighwines scarce and in small demand at
$1 10 to $1 15. Brandies imported 5 50 to
10 per gallon. Claret Wine in casks, $55
to 8140; boxes, $4 to $6. Sherrv and Port
per gallon, $1 50. Italian sparkling, $1.
per case.
Sloar Market steady. Louisiana,
12 to 17c; crushed and powdered, 17c.
CoeEKB A, 10 to 17c; B, 16 to 16?c;
C extra, 16 to 16e; C, 15 to biHc; yel
low C, 14 to 15c.
Molasses Common to choice New Or
leans, 55 to 8ftc.
Tea Y. H., $1 25 to $1 50; Imperial,
$1 55to.fl 60; Gunpowder, $1 30 to $2 00;
Oolong, $1 00 to $1 75.
Viskuab Cider, 8 to 10 per barrel.
Wine, $12 to 15.
Sundries English Pickles, assorted,
$5 50 to $6 76; American, pints, $2 50;
quarts, 4 50; half gallons, 5 75.
tard per case, 1 60 for quarter lb.
tucky qtiartera, $1 75; halves, $3 50
sou's Blacking, 45 to 75c per doaeu.
Mus-Ken-Mt-
THK BOOT AND SHOE MARKET.
Men's V. K. Kip Brogana g 25ul 75
Bulclieller slsiij.er kip Brogaus 1 711
1.. an.) 1:. Kip Bruxans...
1 'sta2 cm
., .. .. .. tul ..
M. and C. and Ionelson's Brog.
a Mplit Rroftau
lturT Balmorals
calf
Buff and Calf Congress
" Calf Pugged Boots
" " Sewed '
- Kip Peg. "
" Spilt Pe. "
t rallied Peg. "
" Buff Peg. "
Boy'i Kip U. B. Broaans
1 U5a2 50
1 9M "0
1 12al 50
1 51la2 25
2 25a;: 5U
2 uua3 0U
I thm.i do
1 juoii 50
2 2f,a3 0U
2 25a.'! 5U
a 75aa UU
2 50a4 UO
1 12a) 60
1 I2al 75
1 25a2 HO
1 12al 7i
1 502 25
1 75a2 2j
" L 8IML rv -
But! and Calf '
" Balmorals.
iair
Split Boots.
" Kin .
2 miu. uu
Viuth s Broitans voaj z
SUlIt and Klu Boots 1 j n.
Women's Pet. Split Balmorals 1 SOal 50
" " Kip " 1 coal 75
" Bull " 1 i2al 75
" Calf " 1 uoa.' y
' Pebbled grained Ha; . 1 ;;)
" " Uoal Balmorals 1 75a2 00
Misses' (split Balmorals 1 uoal 55
Bull Balmorals.
1 (Dial 50
I 2&al 75
I '"si 0U
1 :Ca3 uu
1 auui 00
1 25a2 110
1 25ol 75
Seal 25
" Calf '
Ladles' Slewed Kid and (ioal Bal'n
Buff and Calf ...
" Cloth .
Miss.' stewed Kid and Goat Bal'.
" Calf and Buff
Children's Pea. and Mewed " ....
psin-ts.
Merrimack, D U
Pacific 13
Amoeke&g, fancy ..12
Arnold 10
Lowell. 10
Wamaulta s
s-priwiie's I
Shirting. 1S
Allan lie 7
BLEACHED COTTONS.
Lonsdale . 4-4 in Canoe. .
Hope ..4-4 Ill Colony ...10-4. 47
ii.'jiuweu w... 10 Aliellduie. 10-4 M
Bj I
is
I I
J tJmirvu(i'.'.'. .'.'.'.'.'.'"aJ
..r.-ene...v. ViM Waltham. 40 Inch
i Inch
11ROWS cottons.
Stark A 4-4 17 Pepperell R.,.4-4 16
Augusta 4-4 M J O...X4 t44
Portsinouth.4-4 14 ' N HH
Monad nook...HM IT1 . 1 lid Colony ... 10-1 10
Heavy Duck . isito l-S
PLAID OSN.VBirBfiS.
Oakland, plaid 12V; Tennessee, plaid. . 27
Ottawa, " 20 Kentucky, " ...22
Kapah'n'ck," 21 Old Kenl ky, plain 19
Maryland, " .S Susquehanna, " 20
Texas, " 25 Southern 15
BROWN OSNABl'BOS.
- standard, 8 oz .22 Alabama. S oz. .22
Lower grades. .177v to 21
SPECIAL NOTICES.
No Care, No Pay ! Stone's Tonic Syrup
cures Chills and Kever, or money reAiuded.
Sold by M. BUsE 7 Main street.
Almost every d.iy we hear many persons
complaining of headache, loss of appetite,
and that they are not fit to do anything, etc.
Many la ihe 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 what was the matter. One day
while thus complaining, a friend aal.l to us,
Whydont you try Plantation Bittebs?
They are really a good thing and will make
you feel like a new man." tj.nn bis recom
mendation we purchased a bottle, and took
them according to the directions. They
seemed to go right to the sp.it, and gave us
immediate relief. Every since we hay e taken
every opportunity to recommend them.
Maonolia Water. ssupsrlor to the best
Imported Herman Cologne, and sold at half
the price.
THE PRESIDENT DECLARES WAR
Against all Impositions upon the people, and
Science, following the glorious example, la
out
AGAINST THE POISONERS
Who aell sugar of lead hair dyes, that not
only ruin the hair, but paralyze the system.
1 in posters
WHO DESTROY THE UNWARY
Should be put down by law. In the mean
time, Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye
la ottered under the guarantee or Prof. Chil
ton, the famous analytical chemist, as an
efficient. Pure and Harmless Preparation.
CBISTADOBG'3 HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as
a Dressing, aota like auharm on the Hair after
Dyeing. "V It.
" Fresh as a Maiden's Blush" is the pure
peachy Complexion which follows the use ot
Hagan'a Magnolia Balm. It Is the true Se
cret of Beauty. Fashionable ladles In society
understand thla.
The Magnolia Balm changes the rustic
Country Ulrl into a City Belle more rapidly
than any other one thing.
Redness, Snnburn, Tan, Freckles, Blotches
and all effects of the Summer Sun disappear
where It Is used, and a genial, cultivated,
fresh expression la obtained which rivals the
BI0..111 of Youth. Beauty Is possible to all
who will Invest 75 cents at any respectable
store, and insist on getting the Magnolia Balm.
Use nothing but Lyon's Katbairon to Dress
the Hair. Jy26
" Light as a Cork. ''--Is the expression
of nil Dousekeepers alter using Doolky's
Baeino Powdck. It is chemically pure In its
composition, and possesses no Ingredients
but such as are perfectly harmless, healthy
and nutritious. This Is not only the bent, but
the cheapest In market, as one pound will go
further than a pound and a hall of those of
ordinary manufacture. Use no other. In
quire at your grocers for Dooley's Bakinu
Powder.
ERRINU BUT NOBLE.
Sell-Help lor Young Men, who having Erred, de
sire a better M-VSHDUp. Bent in sealed let
ter envelopea, tree of charge. Address Ht)W-
ARD HAJflTAHV AID
"ITARY AID ASSOCIATION, Box
P.. Philadelphia, Pa.
jelldaw
Peculiar Adantability--Bi andreth's Pills.
Their peculiar adaptability to all constitu
tions as cleansers of the bowela and tire bhaxl
lias established their creat merit. They re
store the liver, the spleen and even the heart
to healthy action when other remedies have
been used without producing any benefit.
They do not expose those who uh them to
any danger, being as safe as aulutary.
Extract from Lrtttr Ui Dr. Brarulrrth,rom C.J.
-m, Ej., f. -V., Jammofttont A. J.
" n 3t I was lu poor health and my
friends, s well as m.'selt, supposed that my
earthly voyage would soon terminate.. But
after taking one box of Brandreth's Pills, I
began to feel better. Well, sir, when I had
used up twelve boxes 1 was a well, healthy
man my weight having gone from H pouuds
up to 152 pounds. 1 then ordered a supply,
and between that timeand the present I nave
retailed three thousund dollars' worth of
these Invaluable pills, and am quite sure that
1 iisvv wiei eM.y unu unuiimruiui in sav lug
inousui.u 01 lives.
Yours, trul
C. J
FAT,
P. M.
Sold by all Druggists. Observe my name In
while letters In the government stamp.
u. BtlA.LK.rrl.
To Owners of Horses aud Cattle. To
bias' Debby Condition Powders are war
ranted superior to any others, or no pay. for
the cure of Distemper, Worms, Bota, coughs,
Hide-bound, Cold, etc.. In Horses; and I olds.
u-riis, l.iss 01 mux, UlacK tongue, Horn
Distemper, etc.. in Cattle. They are perfectly
safe atnl Innocent: no need of stopping the
worklna of vour animals Thev increasethe
appetite, give a fine coat, cleanse the stomach
and urinary organs; alto Increase the milk
of cows. Try them and you will never be
without them. The late Hiram Woodruff.
celebrated trainer of trotting horses, used
them lor years. Col. Phllo. P. Bush, of the
Jerome Race Course, Kordham, N. Y., would
not use tliem until he was told of what I liev
are com poaed. since which he is nevei with
out tlieiu. lie has uier tweuty runnlug
horses In bis charge, am: lor the last three
years has used no other medicine lor them.
He baa kindly permuted me lo refer any one
to him. Over UIOO other references can be
seen at the Depot. Sold by Drugglsta and
Saddlers. Price, ' cents per box. Depot, 111
Park Place, New York.
Batchalor'i Hair Oya.-Thls spiendld Hair Dye
is the best In the world : the only true and
porlect Dye,; harmless, reliable. Instantane
ous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints;
remedies tbe 111 effects of bad Dyes; Invigo
rates and leaves the Hair sou and lieuullluJ
Sold by all Drnaisls and"
BLACK or BROWN
Perfumers; and proper!
inv appiieu at oaicnei
1U bond street, N. Y,
or a w lg Factory, M
UNDERTAKERS.
B. M'CArrBEY.
w. B. CORNELIUS.
McCaffrey & Cornelius,
General Undertakers
-AND-
EMBALMERS OF THE DEAD,
No. Ml) SECOND ST., NEAR MONROE,
MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE.
METALIC Cases and Caskets and Wooden
Cofnus constantly on hand. JaS
FLAHERTY & CO.,
Funeral Undertakers
METALIC CASES, CASKETS and Woode
Coffins, of all kinds, constantly on hand.
Also. Self-sealing Alr-tlght Zinc Burial Cases
aud Caskets, largest size weighing M6 lbs., and
of the latest style. All orders promptly at
tended to.
Storehouse, No. 317 Second Street,
Between Union and Monroe streets.
Mr. James Flaherty having been engaged in
this business for twenty -Ave years, we feel as
sured that we run give satisfaction.
Carriages anil cars for hire.
Residence No. IK Union street. fall
CINCINNATI.
K. 0. Bl'llD. BtJCKHARDT A CO.
E. O. HURD & CO.,
Cotton Commission Merchants,
NO. 101 SYCAMORE ST., CINCINNATI.
TIBERAX advances made on consignments
i Orders for goods solicited. aep6
ASONIC SUPPLY STOBJi-Conveuieiit
rooms In Masonic Temple, Cincinnati,
O., have been reflttd and refurnished for
display and sale ol Masonic and other So
ciety Goods. Having established u successful
business, the undersigned Is prepared for ex
tensive orders, and can send C. O. D. st C. O.
i. on examination. Supplies for Lodges,
Chapters and Commanderles; Masonic Car
pets. Jewell, Collars, Diplomas; Pillars, OfB
cers' Aprons. Pull Templar outfits, iti to SOU.
Also, Collars, Aprons, Kulghts of Pythlss,
Chapter Bobss; I. O. O. K. Jewels. Refers to
prominent Masons In sach state.
aul" JOHN D. CALDWELL.
CORSETS.
THOMSON'S PATENT
" GLOVE FITTING CORSET."
tPHE recent Improvements In this CORsET
J. render It more than ever worthy Its un
exampled popularity. No other Corset ever
achieved such a brilliant success In so
shorta time. Kor sale by all first -class dealers.
THOMSON, LANUDON A CO..
3K1 Broadway, N. Y.,
lea) Sole Patentees for the United States.
STOVES, ETC.
CHARTER OAK STOVE
CATECHISM
:
Question. Who made the first Charter Oak
Stove?
Anmifr. O. K. Ftlley, of St. Louis.
U. When waa if first made?
A. in the year NiJ.
Q. A re they good sioves?
A, The " best In the world."
p. How are they made?
A. From the best .ruallty of Iron.
Q. Who says they are good Stoves?
A. All those that use them?
l.-How many were sold in UkW?
A. There were I3,M7 sold.
ft. How many out of that number failed?
A. Not one.
Q. Who sells the genuine Churter Oak In
Memphis?
A. J. F. SCHABEL A CO.. 227 3fAIX ST.
v. Are there Imitation stoves of that name ?
jL Yes; plenty of them.
Q. How can purchasers tell the genuine?
A. By seeing the name of U. F. FUley on
each stove,
Q. How should parties or'4er them
A. Tejl our i.ieTuhaut lo gst Ftlley.
V Does J. F. Scu.veel A Co. have a good
stock?
A. r; they etJ thein nt Whotaate atul Re
Unl, and keep T1X WARE, CA&TIXV8, etc., in
tjtroil intppty.
J. F. SCHABEL & CO.,
NO. 227 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS,
Solo Agents.
a ill?
BALTIMORE.
Fall and Winter Importation
1839.
RIBBONS,
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS
ARMSTRONG, CATOR L CO.,
237 and 239 Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE,
Importers and Jobbers of
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons.
Velvet and Sash Ribbons, Bonnei Silks, Sat
ins and Velvets, Illusions, Blonds, Laces,
Ruches, Net is and Crapes,
FRENCH FLOWERS & FEATHERS,
straw Bonnets and Ladles' Hats, Trimmed
aud I'ntrlmmed Silk, Velvet and Felt Bon
nets anil Hats,
SUNDOVVNSand SHAKER HOODB
The largest Htockaf Millinery Goods In this
country, and unequali'd In choice variety,
wblcii we offer at prices that will defy OIMM
competition. ' hikkh NjLK itkd. au'J
CADDY LARD.
I'tlE above brand of LAKD, superior in
I anything on the market, nul uu In .1. 5. 7
andlll pound caddies, and cveby packaok
ul ah.vmtkku. for sale at manufacturer's
prices, freight added, by
TOOF, PHILLIPS & CO..
Sole Agents in Memphis and the South
No. 268 FRONT STREET.
anal"' l
LIQUOR DEALERS.
J. HOFFHEIMER& BRO.
Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers la
BRANDIES, RYE,
BOURBON WHISKIES, Etc.,
NO.SOO Walnut Street
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ALSO, HOKFHKIMEK BROM.'
Celebrated " Bavarian Bitters."
eX daw
A. V AC't'AHO, B. VACCAKO, A. B. VAOCARO
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Importers and Denier In
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn.
novas
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
LEA fit, PERRINS'
CELEBRATED
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE.
PBONOCWCKD BY
EXTRACT
of Letter from a
CONNOISSEURS
st M a iiuas, to his
Brother at
WORCESTER,
May, 1851.
"Tell LeadtPerrlns
that their Sauce Is
lilghlv esteemed
in India, and is, in
my opinion, the
most palatable as
well as tbe most
wholesome Sauce
i liu.1 Is made. ''
Only Good Sauce
and applicable to
VERT VARIETY
DISH.
p., t ivpi tn hnnrrf of T..ir(ton or Liverpool,
In parcels of twentv cases or more: each esse
two dozen large, five dosen middle, or ten
dosen small. Parties who order througk us
have the advantage of a supply from our
stock until the arrival of direct orders.
James Keller Son's celebrated Dundee
Marmalade. Robert Mlddlemass oelebratud
Albert Biscuit. J.AO.Cox'sOelatlne. Crosse
Blackell's Goods. Delnagreuier a Kacahout
des Arabes. Guinness' Stout. Bass and All
sopp's Ales. Wra. Younger's Edinburgh Ales,
aud the Wines of France, Germany, Spain
and Portugal. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS
Union Square and Beaver st rest, New York
Sola agents for Messrs. Lea & PerrUis. led
1
lif
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
WIIOL.E8A1.E
WOOD &, WILLOW WARE.
STUCK I & BARRETT, "
No. 163 Main Street, between 4th and 5th,
VaVtMYOMM, KESTCCKY.
rE beg to call the attention of Southern
, inerehants to our larae stock ol W'ltiii
AND WILLOW WAKE. eonslstliiK of Tubs,
buckets. Churns, Washboards, Sieves, Red
aud White Cedar Ware, Butter Buckets, Well
Buckets, Harvest Kegs, Measures, etc., etc.
Bask ets ok all Kin ds, together with Brooms,
Brashes, Rope, Twine, Matches. Blacking, etc.
We sre enabled by .uir arrangements with
eadlng manufacturers to sell these goods at
very low figures, which we will very readily
prove to those who favor us with their pa
tronage. lau20j STL'CKY A BARRETT
REWARDS.
& -Tf I REWARD. STOLEN On Saturday
4.ll night, atth lilt., a Dark Bay Mar-
i nearly black), about a years old, pony built,
long mane, short switch tall, nose white and
white streak up to eyes, both hind feet white
about 15 hands hikh. The above reward will
be paid for her delivery to the undersigned.
JAMES N. THOMPSON,
sl No. 60 Pontotoc street.
tSL) REWARD.-Will be paid to any onere
4 turning tome, at st Madison street, a
seven weeks old, wliite bull pup, with nine
little black spots on tbe end of his noae, or
giving me such Information as will lead to
his recovery. H. A. LITTLETON,
sepa
$700 REWARD!
VT a stated communication of Oakland
L.slge No. 82 A. F. and A. M., held at Oak
land, Miss., on the Hth dsy of August, lass. It
was, Resolved, That aa our worthy brother
F. D. Bar.n as. Senior Warilen uf thin Lodge
was assassinated on the Wh inst., by Dr. A. J.
I. of, a nun-affiliated Mason of the samo
place thut the Lodge offer a reward fbr the
capture uf the murderer.
Description of said Lott He is about nix
feet one Inch high; slender form; heavy,
square shoulders, slightly humped; very
black piercing .'yes; long black whiskers and
moustache, slilil!y grey; black hair, rather
thin on top of bead; dark complexion ; fbrty
seven years of age, apparently about thirty
five; weighs about Ml pounds. This lodge
offer, a reward of two hundred dollars, In ad
dition to five hundred dollars offered by the
father of the deceased, for arrest of the mur
derer and bis confinement In Jail, so that he
may be brought to Justice.
All papers friendly to the cause of Masonry
will please copy one time.
ISlgned J. W. SAUNDERS, W. M.
Attest: James H. Car. Sec'y pro tern, anht
THREAD.
I -v
BttOSivi W! ? 'IW,
arutiL mrrui iJ.iS Jr.
PURCHASERS OF
J & P COATS' THREAD
WILL OE9ERVE THAT
THEIR BEST SIX CORD
I put up for the American market only In
wrappers with the above trade mark, and
with the name of AXDUKW COATS, Ueneral
Agent for the United 8t.te, on the reverse
label of e;tt'l; npoL
Great ears has been taken to adapt the
thread so put up to
SEWING MACHINE USE.
All numbers will be found uniformly true to
standard, and stronger and Hinoother than
ever before.
The wholesale tradesupplled by
jony&BUGrHATCHiycLossi
Sulc Agents in JewTtftftr 3 COATS,
tt Bruhy, SeUand.
DISSOLUTION NOTICES.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
THK firm of Roj-ster. Treievnnt Co., In
Tli 1h day. by mntuul lifrreeruenl. dissolved,
J. C. Mi'MiimiH wltlidrawlriK. The oiMlne.1
of the lute nrin will be rliei by the remain
ing partners. T. W. ROYSTER.
JOHN P.TRF.ZEV.VNT.
J. C. McMANL'S.
Memphlh, August ST, 119.
CARD. In withdrawing from the firm of
RoyHter, Treevant iS Co., I deem It due
my friends and those of mir house, to retnrn
my warmest acltnoH-ledgmeuU for pat con
adeuee, hoping that my humble servlees
may be plaeed rtuceesHl'uIly bemre them In a
different sphere, while I trust a renewed ami
increased patronage may be extended to my
old partners. J. C McMANL'S.
NEWTlRM.
THE undersigned respectfully announce
la the public thHt they hove this day en
tered into partnership, under the name and
atyle of
ROYSTEB, TREZEVANT & CO.,
Kor the purpose of conducting the business M
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
AT7 O T IOKTE33HS
At the Stand heretofore occupied by them
at the
N. E. cor. Main and Jefferson Sts.
They beg to return their grateful acknowl
edgments of past favors, aud solicit a con
tinuance of public patronage.
THE RENTAL DEPARTMENT
Will be, as heretofore under the efficient
management of H. L. UIJIUN. Esq., who will
attund to all rental matters, Ibuing properly
for taxes, payment of taxes, etc.
F. W. ROYHTER.
JOHN P. TREZEVANT.
Memphis, (September 1, WW. sel
DISSOLUTION.
THE Arm of H. 8. KINU CO. wns dls
solved on the 1st September IKW, In con
sequence of the death of B. W. Loleman.
The liabilities of Ihe late tirm will be paid
by the undersigned, who wiil continue the
Grocery and Commission Business,
At 1215 anil LB Second Street,
Under the t,tyle of H. 8. King A Co.
set HENRY r. KING.
DISSOLUTION.
THE firm of Mosby A Dorion, Cof fon Fac
tors and Commission Merchants, of this
city, was dissolved on the 24th day of August
las't. Settlement will be made by either of
the firm, but the firm name will be used only
ln liquidation. The bonks will be kept at our
old slaud over 301 Front street.
s. MOSBY,
H CH AH. H. DORION, Jb.
DISSOLUTION.
THE firm of Pltlmon.Cobb A Co., Cotton
Brokers, is this day dissolved Oy mutual
consent, Mr. Jons Anokbsok rellrlng. The
business of the Arm will be conducted by R.
It. Ptttman and K. D. Cobb, under the am
firm name, they assuming all liabilities aud
collecting all assets due the tirm.
R. R. PITTMAN,
E. D. COBB,
sel JOHN ANDERSON.
DISSOLUTION.
HP HE copartnership heretofore existing be
1 tween Virgil V. Moore and Edwin V. lnt
fleld, under the style of Moore, Whitfield
Co., isdlssolved, tn dale from the 1st inst.. ec
casioned by the death of Mr. Whitfield In
January last. The business of said rirm will
be settled by mc. VIRGIL V. MOORE,
August 9, im. Surviving Partner.
NEWTlRM.
F IjANE. VIRGIL V. MOORE,
Of F Lane A Co. Late Moore, Whitfield A Co.
Al rE, the undersigned, have this day aaso-
cialud onrselvos together, for the pur
pose of transacting a
Cotton Factorage and General Com
mission Business,
Under the style and firm of
Iiane,
o o x db C7 o-.
To date from the 1st Inst. Office, No. 1 How
ard'h Row, formerly occupied by Moore,
Whittlold A Co. F. LANE.
VIRGIL V. MOORE.
August . 1WI. augiu 'Uw
WORSHAM HOUSE.
7-OR8HAM HOUSE for Rent and Furni
VV ture for sale. Apply to
A. VACCARO or
yZ7 J. J. WORSHAM.
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS.
JUST received per ship Vlncentua Van Pan
lo, direct from Antwerp, 1S0U boxes French
Window Glass, all sizes, at prices to compete
with American brands, and much superior
In quality.
aula H LL BROS. 4 CO.
mil lTt sitrnTn
VSUuai ajuYASHs.
B. J. SEMMES & CO,
No. 254 Second Street,
IRVING BLOCK, - - MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE
TO WHOM IT
YANNISSEE
aW Having learne.1 that parties in Louisville, Cincinnati and this city pre
tend to sell the " YanruaBeo" WlllMllj, we hereby glv noUee that we wHl
bring suit for tlaniages against any REHltlNSIBLE party we may il-x-rrvpr
attempting to gell this brand of Whiskey, and will pnhlfah them as selling
SPURIOUS article. We have had the sole use and control of the ' 4 Yaanis
see" brand fcr nearly twenty years, and none is genuine without our bran
on the barrels.
B. J. SEMMES 8l CO.
TO MERCHANTS ONLY !
Our Stock i unusually attractive. We will keep it Freshened by
Constant Additions of New and X ice Things. We will try hard to please you
If You are Slow Pay, we do not want your trade. Let us be frank with you.
BOO MAIN STREET. XKXT 1XX)R MIRTH OF PR.flOOV HOTXL.
CUBBINS & GUNN,
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
HAVING THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE FOUNDRY AND MACKINK SHOP IN
the Southwest, are prepared to do all work In
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER.
THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOTK OK NEW AND SECOND-HAND
lSTATIONARY AND potable engines, boilers, etc
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND
Which will be cnt and fitted to order, promptly nd well. One of tbe arm alTes constant at-
lentlou Uj the building of the very heat
FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS,
hMdM
UNION FOUNDRY,
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis. Tenn.
WILLIAM ORGtLL. KKCSD OBGILL,
Orgill Brothers & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE
YV"E ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OUR FOREIGN GOODS. WE PURCHASE OU
vT Domestic GisDds from the Manufacturers. We are enabled to offer great aa vantages t
the trade. We are SOLE AGENTS In Memphis for the
Gullet Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also. Buckeye Reapers and Mowers,
Marvin & Co.'s Greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safes,
Sorghum Mills, Bradford's Cincinnati) Wheat and Com Mills,
And many other articles too nnmerons to mention. Agrlcnltural Implements In great va
rlety. French Window Glass, Iron. Metals, Castings, BeUiug. Wheat Threshers, etc.
mm TERMS CASH, OR SHORT I "ITY ACCEPTANCE. mjU
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS.,
1 1ST OSNTRATj rAJFlT OUT OIT Y,
M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
JoEIN PUXNKTT,
Of New York.
W. J. PORTER,
PORTER, PACE CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 140 Pearl Street New York.
LAWYERS.
J. T. CASTLES,
Attorqey At Law,
i MADISON STREM'. uji-stalrs. Mempnis,
iZ, Tenn. Will pravtlce in Ihe Courts al
Memphis: s Iso. In the counties of Fayette,
Tipton and Hnywiiod. nualK
C. W. ADAMS,
L. V. DIXON,
ALBERT PI K.K
L. H. PIKE
Adams. Dixon & Pike,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
PROCTQRS IN ADMIRALTY
AND
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
N. E. Cor. Second and Court Sts.,
MEMPHIS, TENN.
AJ.BUT FIB". BOBBBT W. JOajfBml
PIKE Sl JOHNSON,
COUNSELLORS
SOLICITORS & ADVOCATES
No. 217 F Street,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Attend to cases in the
Supreme Court of the United States
and Court of Claims.
Also, to the recovery of Claims against the
Government or individuals, and to buslnea
before Comtrcsa aud the Departments. my2
A. WRIOBT, , n. M'KnTId, LU KK S. WTHOHT
WRIGHT. McKISICK & WRIGHT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
n the Kit Williams Block, Nos. 3 and I. up
talrs, Madison Htrnet. dee7
To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers
THE Memphis Oil Company wish to pur
chase, during next fall and Jf1"'"' a
large quantity Cotton Seed, for which they
wiil pay the market price. o"""ts?aI
have Seed correctly weighed on their aree
platform (Frtirbanksi scales.
friends not io store their Seed In large quan
tities and therebv have their value destroj ed
to nak r htraSa for delivery of Seed wiU
rf-r7.. , Sj work, Cenvsr Landing.
p S? y Daks Tand Mtal for sale in any u uan
ttty. lya
..... 1 . . , . jr i r: Ml.
Planters who wish
MAY CONCERN
WHISKEY!
WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES
. l. norsoir.
A. i V NU
J. W. PAGE, Jr.,
Late of Memphis.
COTTOM TIES.
Important to Planters, Factors and
Dealers in Iron Ties, for Bal
ing Cotton.
THE ARROW TIE-
THE imresrtnjr demand tor this Popular
Fast em ng r-w Baling Cotton baa In.hinHt
the proprietor lo provide a largely In ntil
stock for Ihe coming season, uid wa are now
prepared to fill orders from the Trade, In any
quantity ot' the
ARROW TIE.
And also theSWETTOR SRLF-PASTKNING
Bl't'KLE TIE, with bands of ,iny required
ieugth.all guaranteed nt the best ouamy et
English iron. Each handle weiahliut tha.
For snle by dealera In all the principal
towns and cities in the Cotton States, and uy
the Trade in Memphis generally.
H. T. BARTLETT and It, W. RAVNE,
General Agents, 43 Caroudelet street.
it--i i.t w New one
Notice to Property Owners.
State of Thespbk. ) Jalv Term. 18.
County of Shelby. J "
Hoard of Couirrr Com isbiosbbs,
August IK, I860. ,
ORDERED. Etc., That tbe Clerk of the
County Court Ire Instructed to advertise in
the Ahpeal and Avalanche, giving i . prop
erty owners notice that the aaseaainaats or
real and per80'"4' P'opert) fog State and
county are now com pie led, and that tlicj
hsvt the privilege of objecting tothesaiue
mmS ndeavoriugtoobtain corrections dnrlug
the next thirty days, by making proper ap
pllcaiion to the assessors, after whtjh time
bo corrections can or will be allowed, tt being
necessary to place the tax books in the Crrf-
I -m, i wta mt l,a.a,tlMl .nMlrahlB itttfH
and that each paper make a local notice, can
ing part len lar atten t ion to t lie averunra"-
In accordance with the foregoing order at
the Board, all parlies desiring to know the
value of tlieir real and personal property. a
assessed by the assessors ot their respective
districts, ran obtain such Information on ap
plication at this office until tbe 20th day of
September. MM9; petitions will be receive
and referred to the assessors,
am JOHN LOAGUE, Clerk,

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