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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL -Tl f (' IJSDAY, 8EPTEMBEE ., 1869.
WANTS. -ANTKl A nuiiK man of gentlemanly HiLlress km. I ki-ki I::. nil- 1111 illivn e-neert salesman preferred; npply to F. .1 Jl ill- t-. n! mi. .' a. ne.-onn sireei. m -'ANTKlv Hya gi ntlcmnn of edassation si wtvt !v well ni '.iiamu i in Hif i i'y, im lull resided here -l,-veii years, a situa! ion in a tine, lesale or cominissii.n lions.-, or in li freight rtcpiirtnii m ni a railroad or Iran pot tation coiuimnx . Salnty not so umcli an o. let an riuaneiit employ incut. Address u ji., Memphis inmre. - 11 ANTKH. A -onif..rtnl.l c ..Itnf of about VI four rooms, i-oiiv eft wnt to t.lislll.-ss; at dress Appeal '.m.-. . FOR SALE. TiiiRS4l.K.-A 70-saw Catver (iin. nearly f new, lor two dollar a miw. at Chelsea tills, isee Jl M . rl ( nr.iv, opposue. B 111 Frus r Hir. -t. Apply to Resilience on Poplar it. li. i li i i: No. :; MonriH- slice! FOR RENT. pi.R RKNT.-A Brick Residence, No. W (".-nil street. r"o-.N.-tMon Nt i i.-tois-i . iuqulreat J. I.. BICHBEBU, 'ledgcr copy.' 11 Main street. AIHTni-HMI ASH AliMHH 1MHI aoiiand four! etrccts. near CIiarlct.toii depot. W. A. W HKATLKV. Betliel Mock. FOR KKN'T. I-arg. Kront Room. No. H Jef ferson street, up-itlairs. suitable lor oHicx purposes. nut: FINANCE AND TRADE. FIXAXCK. Oi'iii i: or the Daily Appeal, ) Memphis, .sejit.-inlu-r s, j There wax no movement in the linan cial market if importance to-day. With the exception of fro'd everytliiitir moved cjuietlv and HteatJily. In the yellow MM the disposition was to sell out, owiriR t the ttttiiMe in New York, which was aa sudden as the advaui-e a day or two since. Part ies who readily paid I33H yesterday were to-day eager to accept the same lig Ures. County scrip was weak, uinl sales wen made aa GHe. City Scrip Mi sold at TSe. The money market eontiuties stringent n.nd currency scarce. Numerous applica tions foi loans are declined. The follow ing are the uuotationa lor Exchange, Scrip and Hold : Buying. Selling. K. Y. Exchange... par ft. K. . Sight i!N. 1 - pr. 4'ily Scrip (tut (rjTsj County Warrants (,ttS (6B Police" Scrip (o-HO -'t'.H Gold (aUo al3Ji Gold in New York opened at lJo aud declined, closing at tSS Of TTOH. Sales to-day were 4.j hales, one Ixiyer taking 15 in lots of one and two at 31 M for JLow Middlings and for Middling. Another purchaser lwiugli! fifteen, and a tive hale lot of mixed was taken at :ie. The market was steady and lirm. with a good reijnest and little unsold. The New York market was dull throughout the day, closing nominal ill 3SVs for Low Middlings and 34 ' for Mid dling 1 plan. Is. Sales of ".so to spinners; speculators, !.".', and 100 for Iteceinber at 2tiK; l"o for Deee-mlier at 7, and lot) for January at Un'je. The Uiful market closed dull and Unchanged. I'piaiids, lS'.d: Orleans, 1 Sales MM hales, rf which 'JjOO were for speculation and export. Shipments from Bombay since last report Were MM liairs. TK.VDE. Titere was lmt little animation in busi ness circles to-day. Country orders were numerous, hut no arrivals hv river, either of prodip-e or pie emis. il veryiliini; t i.e ijniet and dull. The gradual revival of trade, however, causes a feeling of cheer to pervade miuiercial circles. The sea Ma l.efore us promisisi to be as lm-y ami inerous as any prtsseding year. Iief.uc or aini-e the war. Xews from the crops are. on the ay hole, promising, particularly from along the Arkansas, White and lower Mississippi river. The valle. for two hundred miles below here and the hill or uplands, appear less encouraging. Cotton is shedding young bolls very largely, and appeal apes indicate a decrease of at least one-third of est una: .1 yield made a few weeks hack. CSeneral estimates of the total yield are reduced to ::,e0n,U! Iiahsi, w hich is about the same as last year. Labor Is greatly wanted, and planters offer l per hundnsl Us for cotum picking. In some localities veu io..re is .Herod. jleli.re Hie a II hands w, re nc nsioineii lo pli U from -tiu to 4i0 Miunds per day , and even as high, in exceptional oases, as 7"l, but Jiu is now the biggest sort of a days work for Sam ho. The women and btJM loiiuerlv av eraged I'm t. uai kt ilav. This lalsir U no longer available, as high lalsir will not luove Mrs. f'uffce from the tiresidc of her comfortable cabin. This fact is stated for the Is-heftt of a few Kastern writers, who imagine that fabulous wages w ill produce different results. Imports were lifht and reported at Jo bales of cotton, lot sacks i-olton seed, a few hides and some cattle. The following statements for the year nding August 31, )8(aV, are from the proof sheets of the (orlln-olilile; n -jKiit ol the Chamber of t'otnuieroe, now being prepared by ihu St;cretary of that iusUtu tion: Compartive supplies at this date w ith sane time last year: lias Sls.nU 5BI.0UU ... au.uiw . MI.IUU .,. . I, I ; .is t.IMN 3.41H 1MD j l,lW s.uuu Tofal ni'.t In 1. lvenio.il. Afloat rroin India. - America, Ht.s'k In . '.ndou Afloat for London, Htis-k ill Havre Afloat lor Hal re. rilo. k in Uleliien, Ail....' lor Bremen, tstoeks ill A lliel I. all -rl. IMiM-ks In tin Interior towns ll.stil l.i jm .SI t.uts in l.l'W.KU 1,441,121 Jhiliciency in visiblosiipj.lv, as shown ff above, is::i4.4C!i bales. Atei-elpts ut all the Mirtl lor liie . nil eUdlnu Aug. Jl,la), llleliidlug2il,ll uverlandalilplnelitx 2 K?i,Uat Fir the year ending Ifc pL I. iMIe 2,r.'.,j.2 pe; ler last teasoii h;jMu 4p.irl n an I he I .....dMjatLa fui "m- .eai . m iii.is Aug, Ji.nrf:.' i ii :x For the year ending Sept. I Isos i .. -s las-r ease last aeaaon u,. Ij . Of these exairts W,5M went to Ureal Itritain. anil 4il,VW to the Continent. Total stock at all the pori. lu.olM hit. me tune last year, is.uw; Decrease from last year, I .stn Ktock In tlie interior towns 54 1 liahsi, against 3,o4s bales same date last year. NEW VOHK Ut'OTATIoSs. Good Ordinary M Strict Middlings... i".1 , Low Mlddiings, M Gisst Mid.llin All. tilling, 111 OIATIOXS fOU M-TI'Kt: IOSTIIAI I- -I'A-h L"W It 11 ill I. IN OH. ktttck i j l.i i isjoI. ju u an.. .b.si f whl fi were Aiii.-ri.nn, : H5,aa) The total visible supply of cotton 1j H(Ut)0 bales less th in a; the same t in. jast year. Consumers are cheerecl isilh flffthupe that the excess of the present prop will tnaWe up the dellciency, bitt trls)l is not pinch inobabilit vof tln irhoj" -tieing raaliiHl. 'ifc latent mays from In. t(la inilioates an increase from that conn Uf f over iJUU.IkiO bales, win,!, ih aome tlring towanls making up the deficit, but tfe prospect of our own crop U-ing large ly taken tor home consumption, both bj northern ami the Increased number of Southern nulla, indicate that the aunnml for foreign shipment a'ill not lie greater than last year even should the maturing crop show a p excess. '..I (be Near ending August 31, l-tiv. Ihc aggregate receipts of cotton at Northern Kirts were at New York, mjtto Boston, 47,.7 I'hiladelph.a 7 Itilliioore Sl,a Louis ille, IMM Shrevesirt, Texas, reis'ivrsi HVM biles of cotton last season against X, in li. ltvooixo The market continnes to a.lvanis?, with an activo ilematid. Heavy flax scarce nt J.".' to 2ts-; Greenleaf Mtjfl Ky. I'v.. L'n. ; one and a half Njiiinl ito20c. Iron ties, 7 to sc. Be ax? No sale. Navy held at $1 St per bushel. I'.KKsWA.x Market declined, and sales at tie. Iti'TTKE There is a gfssl demand, with scarce market at 33 lo lie for choico West ern, anil i" to Jsc for lisslium grwiles. I'.iKi Kt Steady. Skimmings, lv to JlVc; common to fair Hio, 30 to He; prime do., to a; Lagnira, Be; Java, 35 to Nc. Cobx Meal The demand is chiefly lo cal and supplied by home mills at J4 J."i to 4 M M fresh, and $4 40 to 4 M to the trade for kiln dried. Coal. IjOW water in the Ohio, and pros pects of no receipts from that stream has caused an advance and firm prices at Puc for Pittsburg; $1 in for Cannel, and 4 V for Mt. Carbon to steamers, and 7tc deliv- ensj. Eons are scarce and in demand at 25c. Fi-OfR F'irmer. Sales of 4U bbls Kxtra at so J5; 70 bbls X X X at $7 75. Supers, $5 i to (i; Extra, ti to C50; XX, j7 25 to 7 M; Family, $S on to 9 00; Fancy, ?y to 10: 'larksville fancy dei'linisl Me; QoU Dust and City Mills $ 2i to the trade: Home Mills turn out four grades at $6, 7,s and S, re-pctively. Fish Mackerel, No. 2, $15"; to Hi peg bbl, and js 50 for halves; kits. to SO; No. 3, bbls, 12 50, and 7 to 7 M in halves; kits, $2. Sardines, quarters, 10: hal ves, 32i. Fist i r Apples, sales at s:, prices gen- erallv jfi 50 to 3. Lemons scares? at ls per liox. I'ears, $5 to ti per bushel. I'luins, $1 er biLshel. Grapes, market overstocked; Concord, Calaw lia and isa- Is lla worth 10c, according to coiidiiion. Kaisins, S3 fin for M. 1!. and Layer, llried Currants, Hi to lsx-. Dried fruit is nomi nal and in no demand. Peaches i-oiisid- ered worth tt to 7c; Apples 4 to 5c. Live Stock Western ln-evcs 0 to Se gloss. Texas llo. z- lo s.iO. llogs. Illll ill (i to sc. Sheep 2(u.4. p.ain am Feed Com, no receipts. and held in store at 05c. OatsU" to 7o in store. Common Hay dull and none sold ; ehoiee scarce at ?'5. and ?2" in store. I'.ran 1 on levee and (24 to 2.5 in store. Wheat, sales of fifteen sacks at ?1 21. Demand lair at 75c to (1 in) for rejected; (1 In to 1 j". for No. red, 8n,l W M f"r with choice scans'. Kve ilull at 1 no. Lime and Cement Scarce and in de mand at from t" 5 for Roseda!.- and Louisville. Fire l!rick, -"toB. Hair, 40 lb bales, (2. Poi LTBV Chi. hcns steady at s ; 5n f,i young, and (5 to ill for old. tairde- inalid. I'hovisions Meats dull and unchang ed, with light demand. The market is bare of plain and country hams. Mess l'ork. $35 00; prime do nominal, 31 50 to 2 00; rumps 20c, clear sides city packed 10'i to 20c; clear ribbed do 19 to MM fwj shoulders 16' to MM country sides 18 to ls'-c: shoulders I3h' to 14c; S. C. hams 22 to 24c. Lard steady; tierue Wii to Met keg 21'v to 22c; caddies L2' 23c. Mess Reef Thomas' bbls fs: bbls 15 to 1.-,',.. Vi:iif:T.wiLi-.. Potatoes steady .at s2 to 1 25 er bbl, anil Jo to Mj in sacks, i 'n- ions, (4 M per bbl. Cabbage weak, jrith fair demand at Be and (14 per crate. S alt Market firm and tending upw ard. Bbls of 2so lbs $2 75. and large bbls t 5o. ommon, f. Spirits Whiskies in small demand and steady at (1 111 to (1 15. lirandies, inis)rtcil, (5 5u to Sjii 0t per gallon. Claret Wine in casks, s.v, to e40; b.j.es. (4 lo i. Sherry and Port per gallon. ' -si. Italian sparkling, (is )er cas'. Si oar Prices steady. Louisiana, V2' to 17c; crushfsi and powderesl, 17'ic. A, Coffee MX to 17c; B, Hi,', to lti?ic; C extra, le1; to i';e; C, 15: to I3je; yel low C, 11' to 15c. Molasses--Common tochoi'-e ew Or leans, 55 to K5c. Tea Y. 1J., M 25 to $1 50; Imperial. (1 55 tol ft); Cunpowder, (I 30 to (2 00; Oolong, 1 OP tol 75. VntniK Cider, fH to 10 pej barrel, Wine, (IJ t. 1 .. MISCELLANEOUS. L. B. McFARLAND. yv ttornoy At Xin -xxcr. No. :ia stsitntl sti-iH-t. ae4 MF.MP11IS, - - TKNN. SPLENDID BUSINESS STAND FOR RENT. ri'HK other part ol mn house aflonlliig snf 1 Helen! loom lor mil purposes, we piopose to plais' lu reach of eoiupetltors the Best Business Stand to be Had in the City by offering to Rent for the next t.nlie mouths, the spacious Salesr.SMn we now H--i iipy at the northeast isnuer of Main and Jefferson street. t-p2 ltu STKIi. TRKyBVANT a. CO ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS OF TUK Memphis and Charleston R. R. 'I Mil-: BJM kli .Iders 111 the Memphis an. I 1 Charleston Rallroail Coinpiiio are notl. ffel ;nat the annual election for Nine lirect ors of aahl Company, will la' held at tin- ottt ies.,i the I'onipaiiyi lu Memphis, Tcliii., ..n.l Huntavlne, Ala., on Wednesday. September 15. 1869. Ktis-khol Jers w ill Is' passed frts; r..r one. lay ls-fore and until one day altei said elect ion. i. p.ui exhibiting their stock ceitlfleatcs t the isHiduclor. f.v order of the Prtsslilent. UKOKUK HOBKRTHiN, iiiic22ilaw Hal reiarv ami Treasurer. GLEN ECHO MILLS. GEBMANTOWN. PA. M'Callum, Crease & Sloan, Manufctur(Ts, Itnjiortors Hint Wtiulo. sale Pealors In CARPETING S, Oil Cloths. Mattings. Etc. - K invite the attention of the trade to oar extensile Stock Ol IkjlilcSllCt 'al pf I 111 -. tsith ol our own and other makes, as wall as s large assm tnieut oi Foreign (ikssls. WAREHOUSE. No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET. Pgayajajte the Statf linn,-. TO THE AFFLICTED. DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH HAH PERMANENTLY' LOCATED IN MEM Dhls for lhepurpose of treating VENE ltl 1. Ulsi.ASES, MCROFl'LA, IItol-, liYsl'ElSIA and CHRONIC UlSEASEM, ol every description. SYPHILIS espe lally he engages Ui cure effectually, wlthont Cue use of niereury, aud In luucb less time than is generally required; pledging himself Ui pay all tlie expenses of treatment should Bs fail toettect a eire In casta where his direct ions are Implicit!) followed. All communications by letter promptly answered. Office No. 227 Sectud Street, Up stairs. RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. To Matiisov Asn I.itti.k Rck k, AnaAXSAS. Ooinx West Leave Honefleld daily nt : p.m. Coming l-ist- Leave F'or.-st i l: . al l s.m. Ferry Boat leaven (oat of Talon St. st j:aip.m. No trains on Sunday. It. D. WILLIAMS, General Agent ami rtaaailBtatuiaOa. Mrmphts and Louisville Rai.'raad. riKPAKT. AKKIVK. Dav Kxpress, R. R. time l:la.m. 2 :: a.m. Cltvtlme ..a:45.ni. Night Kxpress, K. R. tiine.J:i p.m. tS: a.m. " City time .--i' p.m. Ticket offices No. 237 1-2 Slain street anil at I cot. head ol Main sIm i-:. Sleeping (air alUelie.1 lo Nlaht Express Train, which goes throuah t.. N'aslivllle, vis Nashville iimtNortllWesteru It.nlroail, Willi out change. SAM. P.. JONES, (Jeu'l Siip't, Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. AKRIVK. BFeART, New Orleans Mall, dally i:4o p.m. II :40 a.iu N. Orleans Kxpress, daily ...Suit) km, 4 30 p.n Freight, daily except .Suu- day !Sp.m. 4:.'na.ir. Mail Train makes direct connection for New i irlcaus and all points Snath. Kxpress Train makes dires t connection Bar OnfTeevllle, Water Valley. Oxford. Holi) spring ami all points nort h of Grenada on Mississippi Central Railroad. Ticket otitis? 257 1- Main street and at the Is poi. Oinuibiuises 1U call for passengers and cheek baggage In any part of the city, by leaving orders at 1-2 Main street. A. H. UVKRJIOIIK, Ueu'l MupX Q, P. OAKLi:Y, Ueu'l Ticket Agent. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. 'AK3IVK. nKPAT.T. Tl'.rough Mall ISH p.m. 12tW pjn Through F.xpress .1": In p.m. II:.' ' p.n. Junction Accolll'islatlou- -:.- a.m. 5:5ua.hi Soiiierville AeeoiiiiKiatioii a:lu a.m. i. I'.m. New t leans train s .t . p io The 5: ill a.m. and H: li p.m. trains make an Soiirheru connections. w. J. Rossi, Oaal Rapt, COTTON FACTORS. 1. s. J aa. J.I). Jo.s es. JONES BROTHERS. Commission Merchants. COTTOIV, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS No. S M:ulisnn St.. Mmplils. Tnn. ttr 'oiiSijpmifMits ninle us by river are cov 4?r4l by 4'ii plit-y iu.r.r;iiii'. s.-J iUf S. Mai ki. K WWtm. J. F. SE1.LEIW. S. M. WEBB $c CO. COTTON FACTORS ano COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Stonewall Block. Up stairs, UNtos Strekt. bet. Front Row and Main St., seT -law MF.MPHIS, TKNN. 11. W. PnicE. late of I'm I pel I. Miss. J. C. Tmai , late of Henderson. Terry a.. New i irieans. PRICE 8l TERRY, Cotton Factors AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets. Over Men.liam .t Treo.lw. ll's, MKMPIirS. - - - - TKWr'sSF. T. A. NELSON & CO.. Cotton Fact ors ANH COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. S Joifersmi Streot, WtWprnh. Tenn. IHTLHscrnl cash advance: mat! on con signments to tin in, or to their New Orleans i '. V 1 - ' N . tiAVPH IRS AC", m3 Wm. McesB, ii. F. ilt Xf -v. .Mempiits, T. nn. Late of Shane, B II A Co. M'CEE 8l HERRON, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS sa Fknt BnuDtr, It. i . -1 1 1 'ourt and Jefforsun, MeiupliU,Ti-nn. mtr Basrtnf. Kopc and Iron Ties Etiratsbad k: l..iv.'si inarkft rates. n4 dAiv UNDERTAKERS. w. h roitxri.ins. McCaffrey & Cornelius, General Undertakers EMBALMERS OF THE DEAD, N... WUSKt'OM) ST., NKAlt Mi.iNr.OK, MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE. MRTAC10 tstMaaad tasra and Woodaa i miis o.astniHIy on IuhkI. jav FLAHERTY & CO., Funeral Undertakers META1JC CAHKH, CASKhrrS nil. I Woode Coltiiis, of all kinds, constant!!' on haiul. Also, Half-seallDg Air-ththl Zinc r.iirial I ases and Caskets, laraesl alas we4ghlngf6 liis., and of the lai.-st style. AM nrdi-rs promptly at tnded to. Storehouse, No. 317 Second Street, Between I'ntou and Monroe streets. Mr. Jauua Flaherty having been engaged iu t ti!- tnisim-Hs for t went y-fl re years, we feel as sured that we can give Ratlslaetion. Carriages ard esrs for hire. Kesi.lell.s- No. .S fllioll mreel fell ClfeieiNliATI. K. o. m itp. UCCKHAkPTs) 00, E. O. HURD 6l CO., Cotton Commission Merchants, NO. 101 SYCAMORE 8T., CINCINNATI. I IBERAL aavajiees malleoli consignments j Orders for goods solicited. aep M sii.MC SPPPI.Y STORK convenient HNnns In Mttsonic Temple. I inciiiuati, tiave been refltUsl and reim nisheil for hiy and sale of Maoiiic and other So f Hoods. ila ing established a siiocesafal ness. I lie uniiersigiied is prepareil for ex ile orders, and can send C. o. D, or C. o. n examlnntlon. Sipplies for Lodgea piers and c .iiunanch ries , Mastmle r . JeWiU.Cotlt.nl, Ulploiiias; I ,.ins. OfM ' Aprons. Fnll Tempters units, t"i to $iai At-roiis, Knight S I. O. O. K. Jew, K'.t.. s u; Ma.. ! n each st.,t, JOHN I 1 U.I'WEl.U Sixty Acres of Land for Sale - AT ' Crnrnor'si Btatiou, Oil iisslssl pl lid Te.ilil s re R. fL Kl 'el I.I Col. r ' A. TVLEil, sea At ihlsoniis.. Memphis Female Seminary. Flu circulai in" Mad amrt HON WILL OPtN WEDNES .lember 1st. For eutalrnes or al Young's Pxiokstorc, or al No. tieet. Mrs. A. H. HAII.E. Priaclpal. Main Street Store for Rent. " IMN tlmtl ' applien ion i, : -,ul, j, i year fr lbs, in aud Jet uu2u P.tiY'aXEU, i KI..J. . i M a CO. SPECIAL NOTICES. Extract from arrival!1 .t iter from Hawaii, s.i n.l u id. 1 1 Altlionjth ih eruption to nM no vlol-nt now, rne volcano h a ifarmi Mtient to tt-hi.1-1. The river ol lav Ktlll tlow, mid Llin from the crat r ii-cenih in awful njflj ety. Tturtnu rhtH olennic npheaval It has. len vf-ry ilekly h-rn. a peculiar aort of low iiiulurlous ferer, which -rown out of tlie foul, condenxetl v a porn ot lite vilcaui, Ims prevniletl lo an alrmlng extent, and at ne nine It was feared it would depopulate I lie briand. fiut fortunately, a aeaoaptain tcall ii.K here nr NUpplies dlstrihutea Planta tion KiTTKKSto thf miderlDK, and Quick ami thorough riires wt-re th- result. The new- K-rt-. iike wlld-!lrr. Mers. Chlng-Takiu ft Co., Commission Merchant, had thene Bli-- - for HUle. Id a hort time tbelr offlre Wui beHiexed aud tlieir uppiy exhuoated. A NaMMC was tllspaiched l .'an VtMMlMB order of tlie Hoapital Department, and a nw and ettorm - supply obtained aa -.'. an posslhle. From that moment the acouriee wa stayed. Not another fatal eaae occurred, nod the epfdt-mic fi.e now entirely disap peared, thit wouderfuf remcuy known in your city I hope , for it Ls a Mire cure for all fevera and miasmatic nlck ncs. You may tell your frleudxito for me. ii. m. a MAfiwoT-rA Watir.-Hnperlor to the best Imported Uertuau C'oloKue, and aold at halt the price. The Fever and Ague Season. --When the !. :iv-s begin to change, remittent and Inter ri i ll tent ft-vers tnnke t hei r appearance. From tin surface of tlie earth, bathed nightly in henvy dcwi, from marches and swamps aur cUarged with nnlturc, from tlie dying fr-az- of the woods, from festering pools Hud siuHish streams, t he sun of September evmrca d.onds of miasmatic vapor perlloiut t liealth and life. Thf ImhIv, deprive-l by the burning tempeialure of July und August t.i much oi lis rigor aad elasticity, 1 not in a proper pllglit to resist mulurla; and lienct all diseaaes that are pnHluceil by a depraved condition of the atmosphere are particularly pr uletil in the Fall. 1 bate I i' ivasou why the health oi tboti sami. oi people should be thus Hia-iidce!. A l u-atorr course of IISTK rTKlt'M st .l Aril Bl ri fclts is a certain protection again : the epidemics ami endemicfl which Aiittinni brings In its train. Let all dwellers In un lieullh' bwullties, liable to such visitation, give heed to the warning and advice cou veved in this advertisement, and they may bid defiance to ttie foul exhalations which arc now rising, high! ami day, from tlie oil around them. No farmhouse in the laud atkoaftd be without tins Invaluable, uxhlla rant and invlgoranT al any perhul of tlie v-ar, but espet iall lu the Fall. Jt Is no! safe 'to o forth into the ctiiil, misty attnoHphere of m Septeinier morning or evening with tlie Nioiu.u h unlortllii d hv a Ionia, ami ot ail the amies whieh iuedl:il chemistry hasyetgivru to the wrld. HtWTFTKU'H B1TTKKS are admittetl to M tlie purest, the most whole Mitiif, and tlie most itenehYlal. i.et all who desire lo escape, the billons nt tfleks, ljwel complaints and malarious fe vers, take the BITTKJteat least twice a day throughout the present season. It is m wh-.lesome as It Is infallible. Look to the tra.le-mark," IU (STK'ITKK S STOMAi'H BIT TKKai." engraved 4n the laiel and enilossed on the bottle, ami their revenue stamp eov ei ing the itirk, as e.juuterfeits and ImltiUlouH atamnd. No Cure, No Pay : --Stone's Tonic Syrup nm s Clilils ami Ki-wr, or money rt-faBaM, Isold ly M. Uiisj-: s.; Main sin-.f. THE PRESIDttiTCCLARES WAR AgaiUkt all HwaUaM iijum tlie jieoplf, aud 111 kMirr. following the glorious esaruide, U out AGAINST THE POISONERS Who aell sugar of lead lialr dyes, that not only ruin the hair, l.ut pni alyxe the system, I in posters WHO PESTTIOY TIIF IWvVARY Should iw pul down l.y la. In the mean time, Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye Is offerr.1 unih-r Ihe guarantee of Prof. Oill lon, ih.' famous analytical chemist, as an efficient, l'ure and Hnrinl.-ss l'r.'! .i: ur...... I'KI.sr.VIIOIW.S HAIR rKKeKl'.VATIVE, as a In easing, acts like achanu on the Hair after pyeluR. Wf 'V " Fresh as a Maiden's Blush'' is the pure peachy Complexion which follows the use ol Hagan's Magnolia Balm. It Is the trueSe eret of Heaaty. Fashionable ladles lu society un.l.-rstaud IhU. I..-- Magn.Hia Balm changes the rustic Country ulrl luto ii City Belle more rapidly than any other one thlug. Redness, Sunburn, Tan, Frei kles, Blotches and all effects of the Summer Sua disappear where it is used, aud a genial, cultivated. fresh expression ls obtained which rivals tli Bloom of Yiiulh. Bea ny is possible lo all who will iuvest 7T ccnLs al any resiasctable store. and Insist on geltlngthe Magnolia Balm. I'sc nothing but I.yon's rHithalron to Press the Hair. Jyi3 " Light as a Cork. "-- Is the expression of all uousekeepers after usinjr liooi.Kv's K.iKiM; I'ou iikh. It Ischemlcally pure Jn ts oontposltloa, and pnaseawj fio ingredient but such us are pel iectly bai iUleSM, heullhy ami nutritious. 1 ins is not only tlie best, but the cheapest in market, as one pound will go furtber than a pound and a halt of those of ordluary uianuiasiture. Use no other, in quire a: your grocers for Doolky's Bakini; PoWUKK. " ERRING BI T NOBLE. Selt-Hlp for Yosns Men. who having Erred, de sire a better MANH(XU). Seul Id sealed let : elopes, Irce of diai ge. Address HOW ARI SAMTAHV Alii AfS-'OClATlOX, Box l'., I'hilii.lelpi.ia, Jelldaw Peculiar Adaptability --B. andreth's Pills. Their pes-uliur iidaptal.iiiti to all cuiistitu ti ins ascleaiiscrsor ihe bowels and the blood has established their ureal, merit. They re gture t lu- tlver, the M.kvp aina even the lu-art in.y ulI";i ii hi-ii other ieuietiit:s liaye bVfn usihI withoal prmliiiiii gu, hpueiit. Tliej .to u,;t expose luae i'no use them to any uauci , being as safe a.s iUutary. IWkatt huut 14, rlo Ih: ltr,iul,Hh,f.im C.J. Mtt.w. ., J., JiummurUOH, A. J. 11 III ISts I was in p.sir health, ami my friends, as well as myself, snpiiosed that my i-arllily voyage would soou Wrniinate. But utt4'r taking one bi.v of liraudreth's PiM- I Is gan to feel better. U'el sr, when had Us-si up twcjye .,;xes I M4s a wen, healthy n.y . IkIiI liav,irggooe Irnm Vi pounds up to .ii piuiuns. i men oiueieo a suppij , ami i-t weaa I hat time ami Ihe present 1 have retailed lliree thousaud dollars' worth of these Invaluable pills, and am quite sure that 1 have thereby been ins riimeutul in saving thousands of lives. Yours, truly, i. J. FAY, P. M." Sol.l by all flruirglsls. i M.s, i . .- .-- aMie tu White letters in the gOVI : in.,, ilt sfalun. . IJ. bU,NDRtTII. . , To Owners of Horses aud Cattle. To- m as' Iiekuy Coxi.itio.n Puwiikks are war ranted superior to any others, or no nay, f,o the cure of llistempi'r. W'H'iu, sts, t'siUghM, Hide-hound, Colo, et . Ip Tl'orseS'j'aDd t'filils; taghs, Ljjsa'of Milk. Klick Tongue, Horn li.Vaten'l'er.etc., I" Cattle. They are perfectly safe and lnuoeelil; no need of stopping 'Uu ., : l;!n of youi ..uliuals. Tftwy Uic,eethe .11 et jie, at e it I'.a,.. tafut.i'iuanae Ihe atomacli ..a.' ..linwi urgaus; sImi increase the lullk Mouwa. Tiy them and you will never be without theru. The late Hiram Woodruff, celebrated traiuer of trotting horses, used thcui for years. Col. l'hllo. P. Bush, of the Jerome Race Course, Fordham, N. Y., would not use them until In was told of what they are composed, since which he Is never al'lV oiit them, lae has over Iwetjty 'ViiiUtti4 horses In his charge arpl Inr ins Ust'three ns Las mini no ..llu i nie.ilelne foi ihem. He bus kindli permitted hie lo refer any ..lie lo him. Over Im. i other references can be seen al the Destt. Hold ny i'lriiggtsta and Saddlers. Price, Jf ceuU jser Ihx. Hepot, lu 1'u i k. Plats?, New York. eatchelor's Hair Oys.-'l'hls splendid Hair Dye is the best in the world; the only true and perrert Bye; ban.iless, mlUfia. liisxatttaHC fmi; ho a&noc-.ni.i.eut; 'u0vWh!ftoli!rtlhts; aufliul. 'I! Pert or's Wig Factory, ; j. lu thjid o.vei.1 IMMIGRATION AGENCY. W. B. ININOHO. II. D. Bl I.KI.KV 00N0H0, JOY & CO., Real Estate Brokers I N II EMIGRATION AGENCY, 24 Madison Street. Memphis, Tenn. piopose to netsotiitte all transactions In Hi lt Khtate, whether iu thecln or country. Improved or uuliiiproved; fiesi denees, Bnalnis Propero. , PtantalhnJ. i. rain, St. irk, l'aii . and Kmlt Faiius. Ine y arils Town. Sehool ahd Man l. fact tiring Sites; Mineral, Stave am Luuioer 'Property, Rail-! r. ad .-tc:V.sis, or iaige l.oaksof land fur Col- niifntfoi siiPpl)iH niauufuc liable vl i -el , I lespoudc u e now cuiuplete ior til lis. railroad tuuNUils, Mi ..H.. i s ueairlug a re ir. under tsqnitahle con ly Invite and solicit (sir se subject. sea uaw FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. JUST received per ship Vincenlus Van Pnu lo, direct from Antwerp, 1500 boxea French Window Olasa, all sizes, at prices to compete with American brands, and much superior iu quality. jsuiV H LL BfiQst 4 XX CHELSEA FEMALE SCHOOL. 'VH1RD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The 1 lieXt Session ul this school WillllIH.fi lit! MON HAY', Heplember, the tith, laUD. Mrs. L. B. MILTfiN. ana7 pi meipai. CORSETS. THOMSON'S PATENT " GLOVE FITTING CORSET.' 'IMIE recent improvements in this COKSKT X renaer it mirc iiian ever wormy its rx kxampi.ki poouhirii v. No 4tlier 'rset ever acliieved Mich a Ititl LL1 ANT Sl 'i lCs.S lu ao abort a lime, roraah? by ail nrsl -class dealers, THi)MSi. LAXJIH)X A CO., .'twi Brtaulway, N. Y., tei) .Sole Patentees for Ihe United .states. STOVES, ETC. CHARTER OAK STOVE CATECHISM : V..il.i.-Viii made Hi. tlrsi charter Oak Stole? Answer. U. F. Filley. of St. Louis. Q. When was it riist iiiaile-.' A. In the .'ear l.sij. O. Are the) good stoi es1 A.- The "best In the s'ori.l." O. How are they made? .1. -From Hie best uuality of Iron. Q- Who says they are rood stoves? .-I. All those thai lis,- liiem? j. - How many were sold lu IsOl? A. There were M.'H,' sold, tJ, How many om of that number failed? A. Not one. tA Who sells t;.t- : nulne charter Oak iu Memphis? a. j. r. scHAr.nr rot, en v.i.v sr. (. Arc there Imitation stoves ol that name? A. Yes; pleuiv of them. (. How ran puruhaacta Tell the Pennine? A. By seeing the name of ij. F. Fille) on earn stove, (J.-Hnff should parties order them? A. Tell your meriHianl I., get FH ley's. y. Iskss J. F. Si iiabki. Co. have a good stock? A. Yrt: thru vtl Ihem nt mWciue m Re InU. ami keeji 77 .V H'.l UK I AsriXUH, etr., im tjtAnt mii'jtly. J. F. SCHASEL & CO.. NO. 227 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, Sole Agonts. aulf BALTIMORE. Fall and Winter Importation 1869. RIBBONS, MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS ARMSTRONG. CATOR & CO., 237 and 239 Baltimore Street. I'.A .TTMORV., Impr'.e.-s ,,nd Johoersof Bonnet and Trimming Ribbons. Velwt ami 9nh RlMn.. Iiim I Silk-,Sut-iim anil Velvets, Illusions, Liloml, Luit-s, Kucht, N4?t! i ml r:ip-s, FRENCH r-LOWERS 4 FEATHERS, straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hals Trimmed and I'ntrimmed Silk, Velvet and Fell Bon nets and Hals, .Sv-MK)V Sdiil SHAK BB HQfifVI he largest 5biyJ( Vf i(iiiliiery tusnls in tills coiitrv. nVtit en;eiiuae.l In choice variety, which we niH-r at prices I hat will .hd'y coiu- . .sliipt'lltioll. tll'.lo Ks Ss.l.li ITKII. OUjf', CADDY LARD. 'lll- pilK above brand of L.VK1), superior to 1 iiuything on tlie market, put up lu t, 5, 7 ami in pound caddies, and evkkv p.ickahr Gt'.iKA.iTEKD, for sale al Ulanufacturer'. piiees, trellit added, by TOOF, PHILLIPS & CO.. Sole Agents in Memphis and the South Xo. 2C.s FUONT STH- -!.;.'?"- ' '. i .i LIQUOR DEALERS. J. HOFFHEIMER& BRO. Rectifiers and Wholesale Dealers In BRANDIES, RYE, BOURBON WHISKIES, Etc., No.uOO Walttut Street ST. LOUIS, MO. ALsO, HOFF1IKI.MKR BHt'S,' Celebrated - Bavarian Bitters." lKdaw 4.) .CC.tlttl, M , ,o. k. ', .IVIKO A. VACCAR0 & CO., l,u porters and. Dealers In WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC., ETC., 324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. tiriY 1 9 WORCESTERSHIRE IJAUCE. LEA & PERRINS' CELEBRATED WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCEt FROSOrSCED BY EXTRACT of Letts from a CskkOisSCuKS TO VkTHC Otily flood Sauce and applicable to BVCKY V4RIKTY or at M dk as, to his Brother at WOWCKHTKB, May, Mk Ti.ll l...i,.Vl'e-rlllS that Ihelr Sin.' is hlahly asteeiaed lu tuitla, and is. n my opinion, th.3 most ualalable as welt as the mo I whohssouie .V.' i DISH. u J 1 1 . t,i.. ... n . , i , -. , i , . . r I t ... i no. .1 . mi iree nil ikiiipj i'iis" 7 r In parcels of twenty cases or more: each case two dosen lar-e, Ave dosen middle, oj te dozen small. Parties who oOvf Wir"'gk u have the advantage u a supply from our skin k until tii.' arrival of direct orders. Jalues KeiYer 4 Son's celebrated Dundee Marmalade. Robert Mlddlemasa' celebrated Albert Biscuit. J.JlU.Cox'sUelatlne. Crosse 4 Blackell's Goods. Delaugreuler s Racahout des Arabes. Ouluness' Stout, Bass and All sopn's Ales. Wm. Younijer's Fdlnburgh Ales, and the Wines of France, Germany, Spaia and Portugal. JOHN Ui.NCANUBCJjfS, Union Square and t Heaver street, ew York Sole actinia for Mes M. Lea Pumua, s WOOD ANO WILLOW WARE. WIIOIjJiJSAIj TES WOOD & WHLOW WARE. STUCK Y A UAKRETT, No. 163 Main Street, ttttween 4th and 5th, l.ftl'ls VI 1. 1. JC, KK. 77 I K Y. U'K Is-g In call the attention of Nouih." n merchants to our larje stock of Wi " l AND WILLOW WARE, consist liiif .r Tulw. Btukers, ( hums, Wasiihoariis, hoi.-, Red and While Cedar Ware, Bullei Bucket, . il thickets. Harvest Ketcs, Measures, etc., etc. ItAsasrsoK ii-i. K i m s. loaether will. Brooms, 111 ushes, Itope, lu llie. Matches, BiuekltlJi, elc. We are enabled by mrr arrangements with eailioic maiiufwrl ii rers to sell lliese ifoolM at i cry low rliiures, which we will ver reai prove lo those a lio favor us with their pa lioiiasje. luuJM sl'l't KVBAKllKTi REWARDS. V t REWARD. -siTGLEX On Hoiunluy IT) Jl night, fitli ult., a Dark Buy Mare nearly black i, about . years old, Mny built, long mane, short switch tall, nose white anu white streak opto eyes, both hind feet white, uboul 15 hands high. The shove reward will is. paid for her delivery to the undersigned. JAM KM .N. THOMPMiiN. sl No. (si Pontotoe street. $700 REWARD. VT n stattnl wmmnnifation of (Nklund l."ltc .N. - A. h . mill A. M., Inltl utu.iH laiul. Ml., on tbc Illli day of AuxusT. n iu. lw,VRit, That mi oirwrtTiy brother, K. 1. li.iHS ttn, Stnl4ir Wan ten r tliin LMlf, wan asHasMlnattnl u tlieWlii iont., by Dr. A. I. 111, 11 UtJll-afflliatfti Milx'M t.l (he -.an phU'e that the IsoUtf' nVr a rewani for tlie trapture of the inurtierer. lesi-rlptiuii of nahl Lott He is about Mix feet one 1dU bljb; Hlender form; heavy, sijiiMre ihoulilerM. HllKhtly humped; very biui'k pierriinc eyt-,; Ittiix bl:ek wliiiUKeni and iiioustacbe, Klbfbtly fctivy ; black hair, father thin on topof head; dat k mmplexlon ; forty sven yeura of age, apparently about thirty live; welta. alnstit fm ptmndii. TliU t-..i: otters reward of two huiitlied dollars. In ud dtthiutoftve hundrel dollars orfereii b the lather of the tlei'4-ased, for arrettt ( ihe mur derer and bla t onnuement in jail, .so tlittt le iiiay be brtxuehf to innliee. All papers friendly lo the uie f Mawmry Will please fpy : ... tiliie. iSbiUi-i! J. W. SAt'XDKKH, W. M. Attt : J a Mies H.IAHR, See'y pro t.-tu mils THREAD, l ( illtll -r s sa ir. nrjojWAiijTvsTlin aruiit QtS J.i'WfthO tii.iYiSjis. PURCHASERS OF J.& P. COATS' THREAD WILL 01S8KRVE THAT THEIR BEST SIX CORD n . . w hit- ,tis i . r- LI UUf- ! 1 1 H I It , HI; li with the name of ANDIiKW CUATM,1ienrai HenL ior me L. U lieu IA180( OU toe TiQXM latwl of each Mpool. Ureal care lias beej ;i o adapt he thread so put qu .o SEWING MACHINE USE. Ail nnmlirre Will h f, nn. 1 Mil T i li Htandant, and airoiigirami smoother ituui ever before. The wuoletiale THi1fnjlUiWl by joflx'GnAranscLQssi gale Asslj iiiJewlirlLrV J P COATS, af nslev. Stsdaail. DiSSdLUTlON NOTICES. DISSOLUTIOM OF PARTNERSHIP. 'IMIE ti;'i', i lloysier, fresevuiit .t Co., is u. la.. , by mutual airreemeii I. dissolved, J. i . Me.llaiins withdravi liiir. The business of the late linn will he ebsed by the vcmalii Ing partners. V. W. RiiYs.H K. JU44M P. TRKZKY A NT. .1. r. M. MAM'S. Meniihls. August r.i, ism. I UP. In iyiiiiiii aiu n ..in 1 1..-tirin .11 leUstc.Trereyatlt A Co., I deem It due a, friends in,. I il.iisc of our house, 10 return uiy viaruit'St :uk now lcdMmeiils for past con- BOellee, llllil; Ihul HIV hllllll.le S.TVl.es may be plnecd sneeeaaftkny liefore them iu a iiit'eieiit sphere, while I trust ratsewew alMi Increased patronage may Is? extended lo mi old part nets. J. i Mi MAMS," NEW FIRM. 'iU utiderslgurd respeel luily annouuee 1 iu the public that they have this day en tered Into partnership, under the name and style of ROYSTER, TREZEYANT 4 CO., . pmppet ovoduotiug the busineas of REAL ESTATE BROKERS - ,n - 49L.TJ O T IOTAJE33H.S At Ihe stand heretofore occupied by them al the N. E. cor. Mnin and ieffterson Sts. i:t y bjet to return their rmteful ackuowl-k-dHiuents of past favors, aud solleit a ecui ttuuni.ee of publle patronage. THE RENTAL DEPARTMENT Will be, ns heretofore, under tlie f fBvkMl niHUSKement or H. L. UITU!(. Bis,, lio will nltend toall rental idteta, lisling prooerl v lor taxes, iiy'..4Riii uf'lailes, etc. ' . W. RllYSTKR. JOHN P.TRKZKVANT. Memphis. Si-teuiher I, Itsja. set OlSSQIUTKiN. 'I'Hkl ttun lU" H. ii KINU ,v CO. wis ds 1 - -..-i on the lit September, IHi, m eou- seunchce of tlie death of H. W. Coleman. The liabllilles uf the late firm will be paid by the undersized, who will continue the Grocery and Commission Business, At PJi and li-i Sovoinl St ret'.;, t'nder the style of H. S, UosK Co. UKNaiY s. KltUi. DISSOLUTION. ",1IK Orui of (ofcW tortnn. Totton Vac I toj-s au J t'm mission Merehrtnt, of this VHty , Waa dissolved on the 'Xth day of AuxuM last. Hettlement will be made by either of the firm, but the firm name will be nsed only iu liquid nt ion. The book will he kept at our old Maud over a) rrmit street S. MOKpY. gAM h; iu.kion, i, Jr. DISSOLUTION. rr"HK firm of Pittman, Cobb Co., Cotton 1 mokeis. Is this dsy dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. John A s out-sosi retirtns. The business of the Arm will be conducted by R. K. Plttmau and K. U. Cobb, under the same firm name, they assumiiiK all liabilitias and collecting all assets due the dmi, K. R. PITTMAN, K. 1. COHH, s,l JOHS ANI'KItsliN. DISSOLUTION. rpHK eopnrtnenhip h-rtftftP eilsilM t V fit Virgil V, Si. aire a4id Kdwin hit Held, under the sli ie uf Myore, Whitueld Co., is dissolved, to date fioan the bit Inst., ae casLned by the death Of Sr. Whiirleh) In Janititry last. The uuslues oi said rtrui will be a tlled In me. VIRUIL V. MlKiKK, August , Mh Surviving Partner. NEW FIRM. K L VNE VIRUIL V. MUstHK, Of K' Lane A Co. Late Moore, 'hiield Co, ll't the undersbittwi. have tills day asso, V i-lates oMmelvM togetber. for tlie pur pose of tvatt-sacting a Cotton Factorage and General Com mission Business. Under the style and Ann of -r . ano, Moore cfc Co., To dat from the 1st inst. Office. No. t Hun -mi. s Row. formerly o.cupled bj, M... . . W Ii Hfleld Jt Co, K A -N a.. N IRiilL V. Mi ii .UK. Aogiist H. httis, anali) daw WORSHAM HOUSE. WURSIIAM HOUSE for Rn,; a.i wrat. lure fnr sale. Auuly to " A. VACCARt) or Jgft J. J. WOKSH AM. INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VI STENT'S INSTITUTION FOR THE INSANE, St. Louis. Mo. This Institute was founded by tlie Siater'H of Charity, Au- fuat 10, 1S58. It U private 4ttd flrst-elarui iu is arrani,ements aud aveommodation. In raue patient4 o both sexes and of all de nominations arr received, also those addicted to. taking opium or other stimulants to ex- cer uuu uwiii b w t i i t-v t jt i irt w-i . , j apply to Dr. 1. h. M-MR l or the miwi i-.k : in mm ii iu mm v a i a j i . . s. e. ire st si: iu i ' IV t 4Ta4)--r4H. B.J. SEMMES & CO, No. 254 Second Street, IRVING BLOCK, , - MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE TO WHOM IT YANNISSEE JILtvin harned that partis in Uuiisville, Oncinnatr an.l thi, city pn--tond to seU the " Yannisso,..- WhL-ikey, we hereby give notice that we will bring sail for damages :lKninst any Uftpt .XSIBLE party we may diover attempting to sell this brand ,f WhLskey.and wiU publish them as selling SPURIOUS article. We have had the sole use and eontwl of the " Yajinis see" brand for nearly twenty years, and none Ls genuine without our bran on the barrels. - m B. J. SEMMES 8l CO. TO MERCHANTS ONLY ! eg-Our Stock i- unusually attractive. We will kT it Freshened l.v , w.,.-,u,.i. ,iii.,i..u,iii ami iice Tom mH .Slow Pmm, we donoN ant aoe man -iitKi-T. s ... ; f 1-;-Alu,l.rHi,rKi. CUBBINS & GUNN. 7 IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS H SVutY A.VD MAC H.NK SHOP I N THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THKY KKEP O.N H.VNU A STUCK OB NKW ANU SECXND-HAM STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC AND WROUGHT IRON GAS ANO WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES Which will be cut ami fitted to oriier, prarastly and well. One of the rm rie. - ' - tention U. th buTl.li iit of the verj best ' conal mu FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS, UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memohis. Tenn. WILLIAM oaaiLL. KDMrTD 0KCILL. Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE & CUTLERY, NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST.. MEMPHIS, TENN. A COMPLETE ASSOI.TMKNT iV FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE YVK AF,,C WWT Ivn-itRTKlts OV ALLOI'R FOKKK.N (i.Wir. w K PI'Ri'U VE Ol' .. . lVuef'.'c ''' from I be .Mnimfiu-tiirew. We lire . inilUe,! lo ..ITer Kret advanle r Ibetriwe. We areSoLE ACKN'IN in Meiuplus for lh 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. A .... n.a..y other artlelea too naraeroaa to roeritlon. Aariiealtaral Impleroeots in tTaat va riely. Krem-li Wiu,lw Uls, Inin, Me Lain, CxMinin,, Beltiii;;, Wheat Threshers, etc. TKHM8 CASH, ORSHuKT 1'ITY ACX'EPTANCK. niyli COMMERCIAL HOTEL CORNER 1EFFERS0N AND FRONT STS., IN OENTRAIj part of oitty, M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR. JOUX 1'lWNKrT, V. J. POKTFR, Of New York. PORTER, PACE- & CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 140 Pear! Street. New York. LAWYERS. COTTON TIES. J. T. CASTLES, Important to Planters, Factors and Attorney a.X Xaw, Dealers in Iron Ties, lor BaJ- 4.- MAllHON.STUEfr.l.iii-tHi.s, M. .nipliis, . STeiin. Will praetUse in Hie Courts at j infl COttOn. Memphis: also, in the counties af K:i . ' i . 1-H.l.in ana HaywooU. THE ARROW TIE- C. W.Al'AMS, L. V. WXUN. A l.KEKT HIKE, L. H. PIKE Adams, Dixon & Pike, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, PROCTORS IN ADMIRALTY AJTD SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY, N. E. Cor. Second and Court Sts., my2 MEMPHIS. TtNS. .ti.UKU'f rut, aotntar w. iohnson PIKE & JOHNSON, COUNSELLORS SOLICITORS & ADVOCATES No. 217 F Street, WASHINGTON, D. C, A iu- ni to cases in the Supreme Court of the United States and Court of Claims. Also, to the recovery of Cluitua against the Government or tndivliluals. ami to bosines before i 'on Kress anil the ikeparlniean. myl A. WKil.tiT, t . at'KtSJCK. Lt'KK K. VBIilHT WRIGHT, McKISICK & WRIGHT ATTORNEYS AT LAW, u the K l.ilri, Mi Woca, Nos. IS and t, np ut. ,,e4'' To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers THK Memphis Oil cliaae, durii next fa" i pur er, a larse auaaiity otton will puy the market prl.-e, nti have rtaed correctly weisie,i platform . Fairbanks, scales, friends not to store their sei tit lee, and theret'y nave "''' or inlured. by KKAl't . "T1 to make coat mease call at Oil Work. Center l-aaidia. ar oil Cake and Meal tot sale la anv qnxns lily MAY CONCERN WHISKEY! Tilings. c u iil try hard to please yi your trade. Let us li frank w ith yT t- r!woH. a. a. k sia J. W. PAJ Jr.. lte of Meinilii 'IMIE ii!creasiij .femaiul for Mils Poa i Kasteniax for Ralintf Cotton has lutfare.l the proorfetor to pvarutt a largely Inereae...! si.s-ii lor Hie couii nn .4eaoii, aaMl wniitlniv ("-' t a" wJers from the Trule, in any qnaiitity or the ARROW TIE. An.l nlso llie SWETT OR SlXf-fMSTKNIN in KIM i'lK, with iaits of aaay restwir.-i KnsxIKIi iron. Knelt luin.tl w. ikI. ik W I. Kuf sale l.y rfettte.s ia ,ii iIh. jmiu, .!.. lowna a:.. I eitaes in Mu ottua Ltea.aivU' HieTnuIe lii SiemphlR irenenrllv. II. T. HAKTI.KW.iaJ It. W. IttV-SE, l.eneral A-ellU, i Caroielelel .-Hrel-je'J5 tljkw Sew (Thrall. Notice to Property Owners. state of Trowit, JnlT Xrrm im t onnty of snielj. ) vD or CorXTT foM.iisToias. AnxHst is. am i ORDEREP. En., That Ue frerk nf the Cuinli Court be i:istruelet to ndvertise Hie IMH awl Avalaas-he. givin ail prop erty owners not tee that the an i oi M and or u4 praperty tor !4tnt ami roaaty nn asi ai pli ted, and that tk. l., Hie prlvi.ee of otnevtins to the Mine and endeavoring to obtain earreistionraf4n the next thirty days, hy making proper ap-pli.-aiMiii lo. the aasieaskrsv after which time n.. ' ' 'i reel icinje nam ar will he allowed. It beta-ne.-isssaurf Kk plnee the tax rsMrs tuilie-iVM-hrwi'i ksttuta at ineearliest anustarnftav tut luat rueh paper make a local nr4 e.enta iuh fssrticttlar auentlon to t lidsrertisMai In accorOance with the foregoing order ot the Biuird. aH parties desiring to know the value if their real and personal property, a asseascd by the assessors of their respective districts, can obtain sncft information oar n -ol: ail. in a! this office until t he 3Mb dar ot September, istia: petitions Will he reeetvedl and referred fo the assessors aul JOHN UtAUl K.Clert..