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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUlSDAY, SEPTIMBER 2w, 1869.
I 4 WANTS AY 'ANTED. A girl lahltei lo do general homework ; apply t I OS Jefferson st. seW FOR RENT HIJR RKST.-A IlcM.nl I ui Hemic In tbe A ler of the city; also, furniture for sale lerms very monernti-. lses. lis Jefferson UrwL Inquire at the preos- seA y)R RKVT The large wore HMjfM. an 1 Front -treel. W.J.OHAMK. e.is sz roiJisraireei. I'uH RENT.- In Fort iliiafni the CottK r KiJenoe belonging to Jo. i'rauno.l comfortable and conveulent, six room?. vnnu' tiling tiible. carriage house. sU neces- asry oul-uousea, good well, cistern, (turd. a. fruit trees, large ooea aru, oeauurui nowcr yard In front. Any one wanting such a piece will dos-Hi: to call immediately on r ua.s B1ULJ, corner Herond and Monroe streets Fuasslon given first pi October. se!7 FOR RENT. Lsrge Front Boom, No. M Jef ferson street, up-alalrs. suitable tor office purposes. aug2! FINANCE AND TRADE. r FINANCE. OrriCF. of the Daily ArrEAL, Memphis, September 20, 1S6V. The Gold market was inactive here lo dav in the absence of telegraphic Uota- tions from New York. Dealers paid 131. In exchange there is no change in rates. There is an increasing demand tor com luercial bills, which are taken at M dis count. Selling rates .ire -i premium with indications of a rise to par next week New Orleans Exchange is selling at ( premium, and buying at discount. There was nothing doing In Scrips, and we irivc the following as the nominal quotations: Buying. Selling f9 T5 oltain 70 90g W 44(9 46 vnmtt 13ji City Scrip County Scrip Police'Scrip ... Citv Bonds. .. Uvl"d The extraordinary events of the past week In tha gold market of New York have not been without fortunate results. Dispatches to the Ai-peaL of yeaterday recite the conduct of the bankers aud gold speculators which remind us of in cidents that once startled the people of this city whan the Cutsetta' Bank failed, and of more recent occurrences when the Giv(p .Savings Imiiiute went by the ( .: ! Kisk, the mighty operator in the Wall street stock market, barely escaped outraged creditors with his life. Tbo Sec retary of the Treasury is deemed a parti cipant in the acliemes of these gamblers In the gold market, aud the strength of Grant's administration throughout the country is seriously impaired. It is be lieved that Bout well, the Secretary of the Treasury, was interested with the bulls in depressing Government securities. He made money no doubt, but has arrayed one-half of the wealth of Wall street and the honest Industry of the whole country against the financial conduct of the party in power. Wall street, as a mighty gam bling hell, is made infamous, and the fear ful influence exerted bv that center of wealth is rendered odious. The necessity for the extinction of the bonded debt of the Union bnromes apparent even as the dsngerous power wielded by these cajis talirts may now be measured. The South suffers in the depreciation of cotton, sad I in- bjJiiness of the whole country Is stag gered by the shock. Ourown local money market baa been affected with that of very Western and Southern city. Tbeso incidents will not he forgotten whenever a contest arisen between the Democratic and bondholding parties. Yia latent Treasury returns show that liie sums extorted from Wall street ex ceed expense by one hundred million.. The stupendous struggles of bulls and Deara in New Yojlt have caused no fail ures in this city and nmi no individual. We lose only in the reduced value of cot Lou, aud in enormous exactions imposed by money lenders. Government securities in New York were dull and unsettled, and sixty day sterling bills were quoted at 10t. The money market was stringent, prtoe on the at reels ranging at ll . There war uo sales In Tennessee Binds. The following a era quotations given for Bonds: Bonds of tm 1MHAUMC -20 Bonds of 1WL.. .121 (121 Vi .119VHK?i r-- MM b-20 IHfti -&) " llo, new., i7. " ., 6-20 " . 10-40 Rrsnda Pacific Hixes ... 1171, 117, ...117.V1H .. 117',aU7H ...iwiiu ...107 VRH Ixtndon dlspatchea rep-irted -20s at. IB.; Consols y2:.: and Illiuoin CoutrsJ 83 H. corroN. Tliere waa moderate demand to-day at '20'.c for I.w Middlings, and 2o'.y JJB.'-ic for Middling. Factors contended for outalde iUotatioua, but mot buyers refused to aooade. Sales were liberal, anl receipts of over MO bales caused more than usual activity. During the past week the market has U"'i generslly steady with slight tlui'tuaiious active de mand aud a firmer and better feeling than the previous week. The excitement In the New Y'ork money market failed to stnect tbo cotton trade material! v. (.OTTOS TATKHKT. 1'HAStaEB O CuMXERrX, Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1869.. Keceived to-day 94i Kecelved previously 2191 ui Ml Total Shipped to-day till Nhipped previoualy 1708 8227 2649 Stock on band. 578 Receipts per M. 4 C. 149; MAT. 360; M. A O. livj; River 3;l( Wagons 50. Export per M.AC. -2fl; M. T. I River 421. The New Y'ork market elosed dull but firm with Ordinary at MXe, Gocsi Onii nsrv at'..-. Low Middling 28,'c Middling 29c, Oood Middling 2'Jc. Salea to spin ners 124 bale; to speculators 492; tor ex port 100. Ooutracta for 400 Low Middlings deliverable In September at 28c. Tha Liverpool cotton market closed firm with sales of 12.0O) bales liMu to the I rade, and 3500 to apiuners. Perhaps the most gratifying tKi insda Known by commercial sts';,n,- just pule lished, la the dlsco-.ery that the eotton crop of tb u-.n can be moat cheaply aud 'rsaUc'iiv made into yarns and then ex 'orted. Northern and European mills nay ls supplied with yarns, into which our flneir cotton ! oonvertoU in the South, more otteaply than with cotton bales. In making cotton yarns a claaa of laborers, women and children, now idle, may be profitably employed. Abundance of food, limitless mater power, boundless supplies of coal, timber and a faultless climate rive the South prrssininent advantages. Capital alone Is wanting. In fact it is now conceded that the corn of converting cot ton into yarns ia loss iu the South than in fiber New or Old England. If cotton c osta twenty rnts in the Ouif States, it must coat tnenty-tour cenu In Miru-faofc-ter, and a pound of cotton yarn made in Mississippi rt uibe cents and in Man rlieater eleven and one-quarter cents. A Manchester manufacturer states that if cotton costs in Mancheater twenty-four renta the coat of conversion into yarn is eleven and one-juaner Bents, making thirty-five und one-quarter. The cost of the transfer of a pound it yam, of the value In the South of twenty nine cente, from the South to England . including freight and insurance, oaeandone-uarter This maU the cost of cottou yarn ' cents. grlhered- In Liverpool Only tliirty and (inc-balf writs, w hile the coat of the Kng lisn yarn at the mill Is thirty-lire Bmlono uarter cents, showing that the Southern mill owner can sell yarns in F.ngland lnur and one-half oenta ehear than the Kntr lish manufacturer. These figures refer to varus No. 35, and are now causing many Northern manufacturers todlreet their at tention to .Southern nulla as purees of great wealth. By the conversion of cot- ton into yarns in the South a profit of , tWMltv. dollars per bale will 1- rcaliiecl - r - k. over ana aoove me prosit uiaoc u staple. In other word, to a crop ot tnree millions of Isales an additional ralue ol sixty millions of dollars would be given. The weather for the past week has been favorable for the gathering of the crop, though the sudden and unusually cold weather will shorten the crop materially. We still insist that the whole crop will be gathered by the end of December, and that it will not exceed 2,400,000 be lea. Nelll Bro's. Circular of (September sth gives the following as the statistical posi tion of cotton on the 4th inst.: Stock f American in all Knro- pean ports 125,000 American afloat P2,000 Ntock in IT. 8. Porta K.O00 fstock of Kast Indian 305,000 Kast Indian afloat 004,000 Kraxil in Europe 37,000 Fryptian in Rnrope 24,000 Ievant in Kurape. .. 8,000 West Indian in Europe 13,000 Total visible supply 1,12V),000 Against 1,450,000 same time last year, a decrease of 321,000 bales; 514,000 less lhau In 1867, and 688,000 less than in 1866. The following table exhibit the total visible supply on the 4th of September for the past four years: American ... 1U.01D u,Wu 4U1.MX) nv. Kast India... MH.uOO 1.UM.0OU tJ,UU0 tMX.Omi Sundries 77,000 l,(fl0 Stt.OOO lKl.uOt) urand total. 1,1,0W 1,6U,WU :,&o.uuu 1JI17,0U0 i ;e. -i pta of Cotton at New Orleans up to last Friday afternoon was 22,309, against 1.299 last season to the same tlrue, a de- of 8900 bales. TRADE. Business during the past week shows increased activity, and indicate a heavy trade during the season. The large in crease of cotton receipt has enlivened business and brought au Influx of currer. ey that has afforded considerable mone tary relief, Tha river, during the week, baa bean In good navigable condition, and merchandise from the West has been re ceived in large quantities. ThoOhio river Is still low. The following letter from a subscriber of the AppkvL will lie read with pleas ure with great pleasure, no doubt since it will serve to lighten any gliwm as to the cotton crop that may have set tled upon the minds of our mercantile frienda: Bolivar Cofjetv, Miss., Liohtfoo i a Lkntku's Stork, Cook's Lakoino, Septemlsir 22, 1869. ) Editor' Appeal : We find that vour cor respondent from Carson's Landing, in this county, under date of the 15th, is In rror in reitsrd to Mis generalities on tne otton crop and its yield, fie speaks of he drouth tfiat prevailed in Ills section sluce August 18th, and would give your readers the Idea that it has been general throughout the couutry; In fact, the wri ter extends his generalities so as to cover the vast domain of the cottou growing regions. Now we know the author to be gentleman ami a scholar and a good udtr of wh what's riirbt as far as his his information goes, but we protest we of the southern part of the oountv against being Included in the gentleman's dry spell. Rains have been abundant down here throughout the season. Our top crop is good, our middle crop Is lst ler, ami our bottom crop is the best in tbo world." We count on nothing less than a bale to the acre, and where It has been worked up to time even more. How much more we dare not aav, for fear of arousing the Incredulity of our Carson neighlMir. But when he writes you an- ir her such Bloom? letter otaaaa MMarraan him to know if he meana to include the vicinity of Cook's Landing; if so, please refer hjim to yours, sincerely. rLAKr.Mr.. BOOTS i n c SUOKS. The market continues firm and active with heavy transactions and prices un hanged: UrtV l". B. Kip Drogans 25a I 7 iiaunj.i-r miner Kip nr'stans I .u Land H. Kip Urngaiis.. H. and O. aud Donelson's Brog. Mpllt I'.rngans Burr Balmorals -a4f " Buff and f'alf I ougress Celt naked Rirnaa Hewed .. KIP res. 1 Ma -I w I l."2 50 I ! 7 73a 1 50 1 .'A2 i 2S H . I iiOb.1 M . 1 50sil i ajiod 5i I iaK H . 2 irs 50 . a 5 M 2 5Ua4 M . I lal do 1 12al 75 .. 1 lm2 IU .. I 12al 75 .. 1 5-iai .. 1 752 i .. 2 UH3 uu 7Ual 25 1 :s2 :f I uOal .. I 5ual 7'. Hplit Pig. " Oral lied Peg. Kuft 1'eg. " Boy's Kip U. B. Brocnns L. ana ii Rnffsiid Calf " " " Balmorals " Calf Sullt Boot kfli, ' Youth i ii." selit and KJf.U..,.t. Women's Peg. Hplff Balmorals. 1 I2al 75 t ma Wal 75 1 T62 DP 1 OOttl v. 1 uual U 1 25al 75 1 .f7a4 as 1 37a.; Ul 1 &0S.1 UU 1 aui ID 1 25ul 75 501 25 0lt " KMaad uraiiid ilsi a s M Ooat Bslmorals . .. M lutes' Split Balmorals liurr Balmorals Calf " La J lea' eWsed Kid and Ueaa Bal'a ... Butt und Call " .... i )... ... Misses' K, wed Kid aud Uoat Hal . Calf and BulJ " i Til Id ren'a Pea. sad Mewed UBV OOObS. The market U settle and trado brisk. Frices are at eady and exhibit slight fluc tuations; hl-ia. Merrimack, 1'arin Ainoskeag, faney.12 Arnold US UwwaM io Wamsutta tH Sprsxus'a 13 Khlrtlng.l3S Atlantic :Z i ..: COTTOMS. f .aa,j j. ut Canoe . St.. -"S IIoikv .4-4 U Colon ...10-4 47X, floilowell Q t-4 ...li AlM.4aJt U-iM Oreene. .t. 1." . yairham. ttf luui. .IS Mstervllle.ii LIS " iSlBchjo DKoa x COTTONS. HlsiH A.. AuiJUsU Js 17 p.-pperell It .4-4.. .16 m .40 4-4 II OS, Portsruouih.t-f II a V ' Monadnook.. 10-4. ..47 V, Old Colony. 10-4 llisivy luea. SutoSlS rLtin laLXABraoa Oskland. plaid 124 Tennesis, Plaid y.pUl ns, " Vlima, Usnah'u'i STaTkUnd Texas, Ottawa. 2U Keutucky. 21 tild KenCky.plslnlS a ftusquehanns, . 20 5 Houltieru liS tiaos.x ossas, Alabama. if Loirvr grades Y! to 21 BAnoiMo-Thw luarket ia very firm and tending upward. Greenleaf is 29.; 1, Py., 28c; Delaware flax, 2So IS lb, 19)-. to SOS; Todd'a, 20 to jS'c; India in light demand s! tl to 27,'c; Borneo held at " All grades of Hemp Bsggli'." .:. e s iixee. Machine Rpce Is 5S iohj. Twine 20c; Iron Ties 7 to 7Sc. Btvs Choice Navy are scarce aud In light demand at $2 76 to t 00 per bushel. bgooM No. 1, f to 4 60 per dozen: No, x, M 60 U) 5. Broom Corn $100 to 15o per ton. The demand is active with prices declining. Bcttkk The market Is weak and aup ply abundant. Choice Western U 33 to 35c. Lower grades 25 to 28c. BkKsw ax Demand fair at 32 to 38c. BrtLDBaT Material Alabama and Cape Lime are soar. and in good de mand 2 to 2 25 per bbl. Cement scarce at $3 50 to 4 0. I'last er M 75. Hair, in 40 lb balis., 2 75 to 3, PJre brhk f to. Building Brick pi per M. Cheksb Demand active and supply light. Factorj' to 20c; W. R. 18Sc; M wit per 30c; Limberger 29c. n.fc Market steady and demand in deruto. Sktmuiings, lu to 20c; common to tan. Bio, 21 to 24c; prime do 23 to 27c; Laguajrara, 27 toSSe; Jar a, 39 to 38c Cornmbal Market poorly supplied and corn acaroe. MUls ara unable to sup ply the demand. Kilndrled ia stiff at 6, and fresh ground 4 75. Receipts from the West have been light. Cottou Skkd Prices are firm at 13 per ton from oil mills. Sacks are fur nished by the mills, and freights are 3. Plasters net $10 per ton. (.'OTTOX 'i arns dull. 400, 22c; 600, 20V-; 600, 18c; 790. 17c. C a acre pilot, Co: batter, water, picnic, 7c: sugar and milk 14c; cracknel biscuit, 35c; shipping soda 8Sc: extra 8c. Chii-ekxs Prices range from $3 50 to 4 50 for Young, and 5 for Old. Ducks M. EscrxBXTs Potatoes ?1 gj on levee and 82 from store, and demand fair, 75c per bu.sb.pl In sack. Sweet $1 25 in a small way. Onions $3 to 3 50 per bbl and slow. Cbbsge, W to 8 per hundred, snd 8jto IS r crate. Eoos Supply exceeds the demand at 25c, und 28o for choice. Eloi:r The market is somewhat bet ter with unchanged prices. We quote: Fine H 50 to &; Supers fo 50 to 0; Family M 50 to 8; Fancy $8 60 to 9 25. Fitirrs Apples $2 60 to 4 00 per bbl. Grapes lie per lb. Lemons 17 to 18 per box. Oranges 8 per bbl. Dried apples 7 to 8c. Peaches 7 to 8c and in small demand. Freights To Beaton, Providence and Lowell: Compressed cotton, all rail, if! 30 (1 60; unoompresed cotton, 91 ioferi 80. To New York, Philadelphia aud Balti more: compressed, $1 10fg;l 13; uncom pressed, ,! 35(il?1 44. Rail aiid water to Boston, Lowell, etc.. id 243S1 40 for com pressed, and fl 49(31 CI for uncompress ed. To New York, Philadelphia and Bal timore, compressed, 81 o4'...-l H; UIICOIU preesed, 1 25fesl 37. Insurance by rail to New York Sc. Fkkd The market is nearly bare of corn and prices are firm at si 16. Ear corn 1 1 12. Oats 58c on levee and 60 to 65c In store. Bran, 22S to 23e and in fair supply. Hay Arm at 81 40 per hundred, aud i27 per ton for choice from store; f-JO on the levee. Fish Mackerel, No. 1, bblaf24; S bbls 12 60; kits r290 to 3 00; No. 2, bbls $15 50; X do 50 to 9 00: kits $2 2o; family, in bbls 1 14 ; S do. 7 50; kits 2. White fish - 00 to 9 00 111 S bbls. Sardinea, quarters 19c per case; halves 32 Sc. M0LAS6K8 Cuba 55c; Louisiana Sugar IIou.se 85c; Golden Syrup $1 10 to 1 16 In barrels, and 10c additional in kegs. Naval stores Tar In kegs, gt 2a to 5 76 for pine; In 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10 00 pitch, $5. Resin, M 60 to 7 50. Oakum, 96 to 6 50 per bale. Npts Filberts, Brazil and English Walnuts, 17c; Almonds, 30 to 32c; Texaa Pecans, 22c. PROVistoxs Markat firm and demand moderate. Mesa Por-k fS 50 to 35. Prime sl 25. Hump92. Clear Sides 21c, Rib 19 to 20e. Shoulders 17e. Choice S. C. Hants 24 to 25c and scarce. Breakfast Bacon 22c. Lard weak; tierce 20 S to 21c; keg 21S to 22c; caddies 22Sto2So. Mess Reef Thomas' S bbls fH; S bbls Mt to 15'. ScoARs Prices are firm and higher on all grades. Crushed Powdered and Oran ulated I8e. Coffee A, 17Sc; B, 17c; C Ex tra, 17C Demarara, i6i to 17c; Louisiapnj old process. ll. Prime. 15 Se; Fair. 14ie; Common, 13 to 14c; Y- C., 16S'o. Soda In boxes, 8c; kegs, 7c. Starch 9H to 7c per lb. Hxrry tJarrett, box, 9IH; packed, 18. Shot Drop, r bag, 93 to 3 50; Buck 3 35 to 3 40. Pig and Bar lead, til tola. Nt'MbHiK I Pioklos, assorted, M 60 to 5 75. American pints, f2 50; puarts, 4 80; half fral., $5 75. Muatard per case, ?1 60 per S lb; Kentucky quar ters, 91 75; halves.-. 50. Mason's Black fng, 45 to 75c per dozen. Soap Palm Soup, to; No. 1 do. 7S1'. Panola do. 9 to loc; Erasive, 9 to loc; Ex tra Family, 8 to 9c; Castllo 17c; imjorted do. 26 to 28p. Salt Bbls of 280 list f2 06 to 2 76; Large f3 50; Common 93 30; Dairy 92 80. Spiki rs Whisky scarce. Highwinee In demand at 1 20 to 1 25; Common Recti fits! to Proof 8Dc to $1 20. Vixeo vit -Cider 98 to 10 per bbl; Wiue 912 to 13. Tobao'o Market active and firm Fine natural leaf light pressed 91 to 1 10; Fine Fancy Virginia 90o to 91; line Bright pound 80 to 90e; Medium Bright sunds 70 to 80c; Common Bright pounds 62 to 70c; Good Bright quarters 07 to ,5c; Medium Bright quarters 2 to 67c, Smoking Kino and Fame J M to 80c; Com mon and Medium 35 to 50c. WnKAT The demand good and receipts light. Choice white and red or No. I, 91 M to 1 35; No. 2, 91 10 to I 20; re jected, sOy to 91. les to-day of Choice Henry county were at 91 27S' 8PECIALJI0TICES. Comfort and Bliss, or Pa'n and Agony Dn. ToniAB' t'kLtnu.TRn Vx.sstias Ltsi mkist, whose wouderful cures, sure and In stantaneous action. In cases of Chronic Rheumatism, lleiolsclie, Toolhiirlic, Croup, Cuts, Hums, Colic. Cramps, livsentery. etc., have astonished th clvillced world. Is no new caleh-pcnu) : Imt an article thai has stood the test of tw-nty-two years. The enoimous sale aod rapidly IncreoslUK de mand Is at once the surest evidence of its usefulness am! popularity. No family should be without a bottle lu the hoiise. ifuudredil of dollars aii-J many hodrs or sutlef lug may Is- saved by Its tlirtelj 'use. Colle, Cramp snd tiysenterr yield atoned to lt pun-cMralve i.roperiUes. t U Per fectly Innocent, and tanoeatvt'ii iu tlmuld: est person or youngest child. No matter If you lisve no con fldenee i 11 Pslent Medicines try Uils, sud you will he sure to Imy aaalu, and rs-ommend lt your friends. Hundreds ot Physirlaus r commend It In their practice. rViU h tha Uiii(K!-ts aud Htoreeepejs. Price, Fifty Cents und One Dollar. Depot, 10 Psrk Place, New York. FRIGHTFUL DEVELOPMENTS 1 at last the people have got the fact through their hair," that hair dyes impregnated with acetate of lead und other inetalliu aajls ar MLRIiKKULS PREPARATIONS. When Uiey see the metallic sediment at the bottom of the bottles, they know that ths disgusting stuff Is literally raicxcsui WITH poison. They ask, therefore, for a MA RULERS YSUfTABLE PTE, anil fj'id It, pure and efficacious, in Cristadoro s Excelsior Hair Dye Offered under the sanction of ruof. Chilton' guarantee I lust It coutalus " nothing delete- Hogs." CRIHTADOROW HA I R PREHPRV ATI V E, as a Dressing, acta like a charm on Lbs Hair alter DvelnK. Try No Cure. No Pay ! Stonr 's Tonic Syrup Cures chills and Fever, or money rvfnuded. Bold by M. UOMK vr. Main street. Pretty Women A comparatively few La- dies monopolize the H. nut y as well as ths at tention of society. This ought not to be so, but it is; and will be while men are foolish and single out pretty fatvs for companions. This can all be changed by using Hagau's Magnolia Balm, whleh gives the Hit no of Youth and a refined spsrkllug lleauly to the Complexion, pleasing, powerful and aatural. Np lady need eouiplaln of a red, tanned, fte.. k led orruaqi: CvUPcgJon who will Invest sevoiity-flve cents In Hagan's Magnolia Balm. Its effects are trnly wonderful. To Preserve aud LTcas the Hair uie Lyon's Knlhslron. In Remote Settlements of Untold Value. Food makes blood; blood mskea Uie body. If the blood lie pure the body ta healthy. Ho If w are not Jn health, we know some Impu rities sre luiklng shorn which must be re moved, and the sooner the betlsr. Branhrih' PilU rrmmt all jrvm Ihe QMtrrs whith nature nerds no Unujer. The wonderful cures effected by Brandrcth's Pills huve arrested the attention of enlight ened physicians, t'nwards of five thousand now use them in dally practice, aud two hundred have given lin-lr written testi mony as to their Innocence ,n;j value, as cleansers of the bowels and blood. Tbelr untold value is to those living In set tlement where doctors can only be had at great expense. For If you are sick, you nave only to take one or moredosesof Bra'nd retb's Pills to get cured. Full directions sre with aaab boa. Hold by all druggists. Bs-cSeloft Hah- Dys.-Thls splendid flair Dye la tbe beat In the world : lbs ouly true and perleel pye; harmless, reliable. Instantane ous ; no disappointment; no ridiculous lints; remedies tha 111 effects of bad Dyes; Invlgo ratas and leaves the llatr soft and beautiful black or BkoWK. Mold by all Druggist ami Perrumtir; and properly applied aitktKihel nr'a Wig Factory, No. 1 Boud lUtst. N. T. Main Street Store for Rent. I TPON timely application and sufBvtent In v ducsraeut offered, we wili rent for one year ftom 1st September neat, Uin Krout Htore Itooiu now occupied by us, torn- i of Main aiiAJsnsrsoTi si;rU. iu, pui or !iemejit. atfS RTwTafK. TKftf.k V'.vN 'I a0T COTTON FACTORS. LatJiu,Min!,ir b. m. black. nit aiacs, laarsa a u . KksBlut, I tan. BLACK, BRO. & CO., Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR the sale of Grain, Flour, Beef, Pork, Bju-on, Hr, Corn, Oats, Bran, Potatoes and Western Produce generally. Si Front Street, bet. Madison and Monroe MEMPHIS, TKN1T. Jell CHARLES H.rD0,RI0H, Jr., Late of Mosby fc Dorlon, Cotton Factor, Over 304 Front Street, Mi units. : : Tbrmessek, In same room occupied by Mosby & Dorlon. aW Bagging, Ties and Supplies furnished to customers. Consignments by river and in store covered by Ixstoancb, unless other wise ordered, se daw J. M. Patbick. M. M. Pathick. J. M. PATRICK & CO., Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS 254 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. BAOOINQ and Ties furnished customers, snd liberal advances made on consign ments of Cotton and otberProd ace sent us for sale. (sel dsw J. M. PATRICK lu. a. a JOxKS. B. BROWN JONES, BROWN & CO., COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, 3W FRONT STREET, EEMPITIS, TENX. u' K are indebted for past favors, and trust, with our Increased tsoi in its, to be able. In all resueets, to give satisfaction to our cus tomers. Liberal advances made on consign ments, and orders rilled at the best market rates. Regular commissions charged. Con signments by river or lu store In sured uuless otherwise Instructed. Having our own storage tnu ssat.n, ana luareqy giving our personal attention to handling cotton, we can assure correct weights. Con signments sodelted. 5u-d"sr JON KB. BROWN a CO. R. W. Putca. Isle of Eastport, Miss. J. C. Taaar, late of Henderson, Terry & Co., New Orleans. PRICE 8l TERRY, Cotton IF o t o i COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Over Meacham a Treadwell's, MEMPHIS, aM TENNKis.se. J. FLOYD SMITH, COTTON FACTOR AD COMMISSION MERCHANT, OFFirK: No. 276 FFSfrt Street, Up-stairt. ar-Wlll attend strictly to the sales of all Cotton and Product; on consignment, aud special alleution given to the fllllug of all orders Intrusted to his care. Liberal cash ad vances on consignments. aalt 3. J. RAWU.su.. J. t. WEBB. J. L. RAWLIJCOS J. J. RAWLINCS 8l CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. W FftONT ST., CP-8TA IRH, - - MfVftllU, TRSyRSSES. - We will Bell all lkuntry Produce Con slgued to us. arWo have obtained the services of Mr. THIW. B. NORMENT, an old aud experienced Cotton man to assist us in tbe sales of Cottou, Mr. Norment Is well known u tus utoal of Conou raisers in this vicinity, and he would be pleased to see all his old friends and cus tomers at our office. jyS JAMK8 8. DAY. V. P. PROVDFIT DAY & PROUDFIT, Cotton Factors, No. 9 MONROE ST., MEMPHIS. e 8. Mackicf. Wkbb. J. F. Heller. S. M. WEBB CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No 9 Stonewall Block, Up stairs. L'sios Street, bet. Front Kaw and Main St., aatSUn MKMPillsl.TE.V.V. TRANSPORTATION. DAILY OVERLAND U. S. MAIL ROUTE TO LITTLE ROCK & HOT SPRINGS VIA Memphis and Little Rock R. R. AXU Chidester, Searle & Co.'s Stage Line ONLY 30 MILES STAGING. ALL IN LIAYLIUHT. Through to Little Rock in 24 Hours. OW AJJD AfTKU MONDAY, 20TB 1N8T., trains Will legve Memuhls dally, at iilX,a.ro e LltUe Rock dally, at Ji i0up.ru This Line connects with stage at Little Rock for Hot Hprlngs, flock port, Arkadel phls. Washington, PrTueCton, Louisville, Tu lip, Camden, and Kldoratlo- M hours quicker than anv other route. llckets sold at Ticket Offices of Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Memphis and Itntsville Railroad, Illinois Central Railroad, Memphis and Little KockR. H.. Qer.erai Agentaml buperlulendeut. M. OW K.N, Ilcket Ageut, S1B QUICK TIME EAST!! Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER. SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THR0U6H TRAINS WILL HUH AS FO LLOWBOK THE Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city time S:tS am. 2:15 p.m. Leave Memphis (railroad urns saua.m. snwp.m. Momlns train from Memnbls does not run on rtnndsy. l.cave Memphis, K K. Time, 4:00 a.ra. HOT p.m. Arrive at Naashvllle .ll:-ti p.m. 5:00 a.m. Weeping Cars on ICvenlng Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at the Company's office ,237 1-2 Main street, and at Depot, bead or Main at. aw-Kggae Checked at Depot, or by the Memphis City Transfer Company; at Hotels, Private lies I del ices, or on hoard boats, to all principal points Kast and North. n.t.n. n. ju.rj, Bupu f.r.i i. Hosrar.r.. Psssetiger AgeaL snyM LIQUOR DEALERS. A. V ACCAJtO, B. TAOOAB0. A. B. VACCABO A. VACCARO Sl CO., Importers and Dealers In WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, KTC., KTC., ETC., 324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. ou rat AGRICULTURAL FAIR. THE AGRICULTURAL, MECHANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL FAIR Of SHELBY COUNTY SOCIETY l 'I LI. commence at the Fair Grounds, neor v mempni", lennnssee, lour nil it from the ally, on the Memplils and Charleston Railroad, on . Monday, October 25, Continuing six days, ontll Hnturdar, October 30, W-e. Suitable premiums are ottered for Agricultural Impleiueuts, Machinery, Me chanical Inventions, 1'ro-iucts uf the Field, tir.rdsn, etc.. Fruit aud Flowers, paintings and Drawlnss, Textile Fabrics aud Materials Minerals. Chemicals, Poult ry, Sheep ana s 1 ne, rattle and llorsiat, AMOUNTING TO OVER $10,000. The PremiuDis on . ot t ,n alone aoiouul to $3,210, For nearly all of which Uie ."society are In debted to thellberally and public spirit of Uie COTTON FACTORS OF MEMPHIS Who, with a launltlveaee worthy of one of me nr.-, eotton lusrts of Uie world, have ten dered to tne Hoetcty f.iwi lu premiums, to be resiguate In the following correspondence : CLASS D No. 10. COTTON. Best One Bale of Cottou. tbe pro duce of Tennessee flip, snd S'JU) COTTON FACTORS' GRAND PREMIUM. The Cotton Factors of .Memphis, whose names are appended to tills communication, have offered the following unprecedented pre miums on Cotton, entries open to all the Males: . Emtev. AV? , Preildmt ShM Cbwsty Agriout (srtd, UeeAmttcat qd 1(.Jsnt 4bstdy ; iK.,i; his: liie undersigned. Cotton Kao tors of this city, being desirous of eseou rag ing cotton growers uud stimulaliug the pro ductlou of cotton, as also of demonstrating to ttiitij too ntipt-noi luivsotsges tllui our city enjoys as a market for cotton, re spectfully request you to offer In tlieir name, the following premium - lor this leading sta ple, to be awarded at the next meeting ot your society, via : For the best one bale of cotton s,iq For Uie second btst one bnle nf roll- .t. " L For the best two bah a of tsmon 55 For the. second best iwft bales of cotton. Uu lor the beat three Dales of cotton goo For the second fjest three bales of cotton JOu For the besl five bales of cotton 750 For the second beat Ave bales nf eotton !J0 For the beat one bale l.uag tttaple ago It Is the doslre ot the Factors offering tbeae premiums that you conform: to the following rules, via: iBt. No bale of cotton weighing less than four hundred pounds will be allowed to con test for the premiums. 'id. Hea Island cotton will be excluded. d. All entries must be made In the nanifc of the producer. 1 ' M Itli. ill tll6Vi must be delivered to one of thoMnderslgntxt before it tan be exhibited at Jour Fair for these premiums, and this de Ivory must be made on or before the i of October. 6th. No cotton exhibited for one of the pre miums will be entered lor another. Sth. No outside or private premiums will he. permitted on the cotton contesting for these. We also beg to suggest Uu- nausea of I ht fol lowing Cottrm Brokers and buyers as a iufta blo commit tse to make aif,ids fur cotton vli- A. GtX IIIWl'N. P. RoWl.l-X I. vi iuu 4 UKdrMIK WINCHEisTRR, U. U. I'A It KiulL Allow us further to suggest, that an addi tion to theae premlnms, j-our society offer a liberal premium for the best bale of Tennes see cottou. We are, sir, respectfully yours, K. M. Appenon a Co.,Ualbreatb,Htewsrt4Co, Hlrsttou, Uoyer A Co., Nowton Ford A Co.. rnrriugton Howell, Partis' Harbort, Hi i:, Fontaine A Co. T. a. Allen A Co., Jones, Brown - Co., D. H. Townsend Meiwhain Tauel!. 'svt. Plitl 1 1 is. Co., Busby A llstcheu, Oondlatt A Co.. , ,-t it x himpson, Miige11cy 4 Uuguli, Mt ' I lieu a jit-rron, J. M. Patrick A Co.. Feoree, Lambrrt 4 Co..Itootcs, Vance 4 Co Nelson IT. us. tlweu McNutt 4 Co.. Tobtn, Lynn 4 Co., Black. Fates a r . Lr I'im 1 t K. 8. Taylor 4 Co.. I'..irli t "urmKev A Oo. Price 4 Ten j. iisres, Wratton 4 Co., Itarrir, rrtetfrnn 4 Co..T. F Franks 4 Co., sir ii t ... i ...... . .. .- . t i. i- r . . ' n.u..lii-m-F.tu.,j.t, . 1 t-V. V.O., T. B, Haynes 4 Co.. nhane, Harris 4 Co., B. C. Wulluius 4 Co., J. 4 J. Htcelo 4 Co., E. tl. 4 W. B. Crlsmun. Anderson 4 Watson. Brown. 01 1 lard 4 Co., Dickinson, Williams Forster,Kealhofer4co. 4 o Hehofleld 4 nananer. K. B. Webber 4 Bro., J. M. James 4,co.. J. P. Hill 4 co. Keel 4 Co., 8. R. Johnson 4 co , Barbour, Wilder 4 Hugh Turr u,, ' 31111'ison, Iiaidaarei. A. Nelson 4 Co. Bierclita, J. O. Rufnn 4 Co.. lane, Md re 4 co.. Wolevit.Wmlth 4 CO., Traders', Taylor, Radford 4 Co. Chns. H. Dorlon, Jr., Malone, Thomas 4 Co., Comt r ltlchsrclt:-.s Fargit on 4 Clav, Dsv 4 i'roudflt, Taylor 4 Kutland. ISirkerj Ward 4 co., ci. .n. it nou s in., --"- " ' " .wn w .w.iwillivjl 1I1D1 If, (istie 4 Fisher. t irlr. Elf 1 cVl.. I'.rlm. Hi. rll.i.n f iv, U r. . , . (Jay, McUlollan 4 CO.. tjheplierd 4 Woolen. Mater. B. M. Appermn S Co., iX -.-ti. Asu prT CP., Sfrtsffcwi, Uoyer d Cy, quf wsaera. Okas Hiss: Id Whsif uf (ho Agricultural, Mechanical and Horticultural Huol. lv of ahulny County, I ac.s-rn jour very liberal premium for Cotton, aw! will offer It as yon suggest. Besides lu accordance with vour re quest will say that the socletv wlllglve a pre mium of two hundred tl dlsis, t,sa)Ui for the best bale of Cotton produced in the Mate vi xei.ueonee. . t-i j renpei'iiuny, E KSilLEY, rn-s'i Mkmphis, epmmler , litis. private Premiums for cotton. K. Ft-.!-1. Emj.. JVeitdeiit STl'ffiy n..r . Aari eultvrat, Hcrnantcat and Hvrticulturai Society. DlASHin: Asa tribute of respect from the workers in metals to the tillers of the soil, the undersigned respectfully offers ths MM lowing private premium, lo be awarded by your committee at ypir atums! Fair in Octo- fof Best One Bale of Cotton. FUley's No. SO Charter Oak .Stove, worth StO RespeetfoUy, J. f. -1 'I I a Hi-.l. 4 CO., -a Main .ireet. NO. 7. board of tobacco trade s premium on tobacco. Ha li. of the Chamber or Commerce, i Mkmphis, September 4, haw. f iWril, Prritdrnt Hheib) Cfes4 -tjr- csfswf, Merhanief.il end HlKuHrat ikssWy. Okab sjip: A; a y eetiug of the Board ofTo i,actO Tia4' held this p.m. Hie following me ulut'loiw were uuanlmuusiy adopted: A'MwIivtf, That the Mcinphi. Board of Tobacco Trado offer n premium of one hundred dollars through your society, to be awarded at your F'uir, for the first " siuale hogshead of .Manufacturing l.cai Tobacco; one hundred dollars fs-r the best hogshead of Shipping Lieaf; fifty dollaws for the second best : and twenty-five dollars for the third ; all to be exhibited a ,r c. Agricultural F'alr of this county. TttU tu bacco is to be entered by ;l,e prtVfuver of the same through some uierutier oi this assouis- '.. That a nreinlum of tlfty dollnrs ha uwarded the owner of the best hog of Ken tucky or Tenucasee Manufactures! Tobacco, to be e sin nil.- ! Uiruugh souse member of ibis association. Hopiug that the above action of the Roard of Tobacco Trade meets your assent, I have Use honor to lie your obedient servant, J. W. DlCKINriOX, Pres't. W. L. Tbask, Sec'y. TENNESSEE MANUFACTURE. Best Hogshead of Tobacco Dip. and $25 PrQGilAWM5, JfUItllTIOS IN THE ARENA 'fa Cuannenee f'neitety j lu eVtot-JT o.m. cue liay, und ta canttnue In the order herr laid dawn. FIRST DAY -Moniiay" Oct. 25.1869. O. C. HOLMES, Sup't. CM TTLE D I 'l!UA w. Best Bull U years old aud over Dip. and TM M I .est Bj 9 Bull 2 vrs. old and under l "1 2... Bu kltug nnder 1 Hrsrtaaasrgaks for all aces Dip. and S2f this premium will .-soagetl suimni isairnj be allowed to compete in any sweepstake hereafter given by this Association In this class. COWS-DI'RIIAM, Best Cow i years and over Dip. and $20 2d boat , W e J years old and under! lu a S ' " ' s 10 - I " " 2 Huckllngs under I... KweepsUkes for all ages. .Dip. and lo I onullions us aotite. Best herd of 4 Cows and 1 Bull belonging to one man Dtp. and X iotaiw ls nARyRHS-LADwr Rimxa HORSE, Ete. pair matclsed Horses for Car riage " Mingle Buggy Horse I n pir matched Mares for Car riage , , - (tingle Bugtty Mare Ii Style, durability, docility and training to be considered in aa-ardlng to this class. Bet aud most easy galled Horse or Mare for ladles' riding, to no alt gates. If two or more entries are maae .?. 25 8EC0N0 DAY Tuesday, Oct. 26, IS69. W. C. WARD, Sup't. OA TTLE-ALDEEXSrS. Best Bull 4 years old and over Dtp. and 620 e a " and under 4 SK .. J . li l " old 10 - sack ling under 1 year Sweepstake for all sites .Dtp. and .j No agd animal taking this premium will be allowed to compete In any sweepstake hereafter given by this Association Ln this claaa. CO WS-A LDERXEYS. Bast Cow 4 years old and over Dip. and $20 i " and under 4 13 .. 2 a " 4 " "I - old " suckling under 1 year.. . Sweepstake for all ages -Dip. and ( ondltlons as above. CA TTLE-A TER&UatR-OLAJta i. Bet Cull of any age Dtp. onjj CO WS-A rERSUlRi. Bast Cow S years and over Dip. and " "2 " under S - "1 ' Old- I .Sweepstake lor all ages Dtp. and Conditions as before. OErOXS-CLAfBi 4. Best Bull of anv age Cow " " ... Dip. anil Dtp. and 10 HEREFORD- CL.USa ,V Rest Bnll of any aaw Dip. sod SU - UW " " Dip. ;! 10 MILCH CO ITS-CLASS C Best Milch Cow ot any age or breed Dtp. and tli minis ciass qnaomy, quality aud food to be taken into consideration; tots milked and carefully tested in Use presence of the A ward ing i ommitiee. FA T CA TTLE CLASS 7. Beet Bullock 4 years otd and over JMp. aud $25 " okeofOven neao oniirce rsi CBguatra any nitHorsex. fed tiy one exhlb- Itor Dtp. and $20 MaOELLASKOUa. IVstt HsiMIe Oeldlna- t u Mar i Harness Morse, Mare or UehUng 24 r- a'Hsii racing Kialllon, Mare or Ueldlng, mile heats W0 THIRD DAY -Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1369. Gen. J. R. CIIALMEK8, Sup't. BLOOD MORSEH. Best aged stallion, 4 yean and over Dip. and $841 Beet three years aud under 4 0 two s j one " " " g. aj suekllna nnder 1 a) Sweeps txke for all sees Dip and i!i j iikvu iBimu isssug toss premium sriu be allowesl lu compete ln this olaaa far any premium hereaftar given by this society . MARES. Bess aged mare. I years old aod over JMp. and SJ0 Best three years and under 4 SB .. two " s " one " " " J. ao " suckling un.lsr 1 an Sweepstake for all ages. -Dtp. and 2 iduuiuam as aoove, MIMCELLAf-EOCS. r osteal trotting horse, mars or gelding. ui4ie ilts.1 in i OuOU No animal taklna Uils first uiemlum will be allowed hereafter to compete for any pre mium given by this Association ln thlxcbuia. Kioilest double team owned bv one tudl- vtilusi. not kect for Soortlnz ournoses ift Second bea u FOURTH DAY-Thursaay, Oct. 28, 1669. DR. K. C, PKRRINS, 8upt. rMrAarJMsti THOTTI.VQ MOSSES. Best btalilon. 4 years old and over Dip. and JiOD " 8 years old and under 4 30 - t - - " " 1 " " " ' f. 20 - suckling under K 10 Hweepstake premium for all ages Dip. and 25 Conditions before stated. MARES. Beat aged mare, four years DM nasi over nu ans s years old and under 4 - t " i V VIS" g. L0 e seek ling under 1 to " Oeldlng. 4 years old and over 2 " 8 " u .. urj. der 4 25 " Oeldlng. .2 years old and un der 3 U Swee pstake premium for all ages. Dtp. aud 26 Style, durability, training and speed, to lie considered ln awarding to this rises. Besl Sanaa team iO utodei Ueldiug lu barneas 20 niarc, " .... 20 All animals over one year old shall be ex Islbltfsl In barneas. FIFTH DAY Friday. Oct. 29, 1869 PETER MITCHELL, Supt. JACE STOCK. Ileal aged Jit. k. 4 years old and over. Dip. aad 3d besl iiisBBlniiiii S years olil a : , .i iiuder f . 4 ' t. suckling under 1 Hweeiiatakes for all igns Dip. and onainous as aoove stated. Jitv.vars, Beat aged Jecnet, 4 jresrs old aad oyer - Dtp. and $25 " a res.s old aud ucder & w I " " " S S " I a a m f J " suokllng under 1 , .. 6 HweepNtakr ."or all aires Dip. and 20 Conditions as above. MCLES. Best aged mule, 3 years old and over ..Dip. and (2ti 2d best " 2 years old and UUiier 0.. M " 1 " " i ki i saekltng lu Hweepstake for all ages Dip. and 20 Best pair matched malts In bar neas . JO For the beat pair of draught horses ..,. , .It) R.t.VD SPECIAL EREMIVM. last..-;; tratnug i tall ion to hur 8 ess. mile beats, lies three ta Be. free lor all horses In the Visited Ulgtas Dtp. end t-W SIXTH DAY-Saturday. Oct. 30, I860 Oen. J. C. FIZKR, Sttp't. SADDLE 8TOCE. Best aied stallion 4 years old and over , " 3 years old nnd under 4 " 2 S,... 25 is u " i " a... - .is r,ii.kku, for all aues CsuiiUtlous as before. MARES. up li- st aged mare, 4 years old and over ' 3 years old and under 4... Dip. and si. B 10 6 Dtp. and 20 1 gueklsng under Sweepstakes for all ages Conditions as before. HCRDLE PREMIVM. For the beat gentleman rider, one mlle.over four hurdles a leet high : Private premium by the Chickasaw Jockey Club SUD aur Knr Premium Lists apply to the Secre tary, or to Koyster. Treaevsnt A Co., No. Btfl Main street. K. ENSLhTY, President, Eli Ratxbb. 1st Vlea-Prea't. M. D. U rVTXWABT, 2d Vice-Pies I. A, J. Rava. 3d t'liABBBULAY.Mi Jo9Bg,4lh Vtca-Pres t. C. A. Pcsi. oils Vlce-Prest. Lgo.N TbocsdaLB Hec"y. Jons T. liTBATroN, Trees. Ill R Kef OB C. L. A ndersoo . Jos. Brace, W. 1L Carroll. J. C. FUer . (i. C. Holmes. N. c. Perklus, J. tl Cbalmers, K- r. . . J. H. Edmon LAWYERS. L B. McFARLANO, Attorney tat Xj av w, Xo. 832 Second Street. sea MEMPHIS, - - - TtWTt. M. D. WELCH, . ATTORBT AT iAW No. Madboa Street, el6 Mtpnis, Tkxs. a. wBiorrr, a d. k'kiuck, ix'xa . wsuobt WRIGHT, McKISICK 4 WRIGHT ATTORNEYS AT LAW, In the Kit Williams Block, No. t and 4, up stairs. Madison Street. dec? FOR SALE. Chance for Making Money. W R are desirous ot closing our business at VY Bateavlile. on the Mlalastppi and Ten nessee Kallroad. Toany one wishing to com mence business, we would sell our small and well selected stock of Dry Goods AT COST AND CARRIAGE. For further Information we would refer to Mr. W. J. Hmith. with Menken Bros , Mem phis. Tenn., or to us t Bateavlile. --.i WAI.KER Jt KTANFOKD. NEW YORK. The Pur es . Best and Caeapest 30LD BV A I.I. (K(M ERS. THE MISSISQUOI POWDER 4 CTCAIXT cures Cancers and Scrofulous V diseases of Use Skin. See Report to L. 1. Med leal Soosety, aud slaleraenta to Physicians ln circular, seut free on application lo CHAk A. DCBOD. Uaueral Afent, 132 Pearl street, NeW Yor. p.aBoxuat. tP TO ARRIVE! PER SHIP " MINNIE A. SMITH," FROM CADIZ, 40 BUTTS GENUINE SHERRY WINES, ASSORTED GRADES, FROM THE CELEBRATED IIOl'SE OF GONZALEZ & BYASS, OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, "SPAIN," which wk vriu. -,FXL AT HEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY B. J. SEMMES & CO. Mt Having learned that part tea iu ttsia and other cities, pretend to sell Ilia " Yannlasee" Wbiakey, we hereby give notice that we will bring suit for damages against any RESPONSIBLE party we may discover attempting to sail ta;s brand of Whiskey, and will puWlah them as selling a SPURIOUS arttcte. We na-ri had the sole tut and control of the " Vannlsaee" brand for iiearlv twenty yeare and none Is genuine without our brand on the barrels. B. J. SEMMES Bl CO. TO MERCHANTS ONLY ! " 0ur Stock is unusually attractive. We will keep it Firshenetl by Cotwtant Additioosof New and Nice Things. We wiil try hanl to pletwe you If You art Slow Pay, do not want BPB MAIN xntKKT. CUBBINS & GUNN. IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS HAVTNO THF. LARtJEHT AM' MOflT COMPLETE P.3UJTDRT AXD XACBIXEBHOP 1 Use Houtn w.-st, are prepared to U. all work In THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THET KEEP ON HA.VD A UTOt K OF NEW AXI) SECOXD-HATO STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETU WROUGHT IRON GAS AND Which will be cut and fitted to order, Drompilv and afaU. One of the arm gives mnataat at tention to !ae batliliog or tbe very best FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS, BvfaxtffafflasBrasa r"-- TT?1"18, ,,r nnnnsassed. BMtrrTEBB. ROLTIS war issisiauiMt iMsuti.iu, iu iuu suuiilj, UU CU-ls"rH?r an WLaWWaOft. UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memchis. Tenn. WILLIAM OBOn.L. BDimD OBOILL. Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS. TENN. A COMPLETE AKHORTMENT OF FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE WE ARB DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OUR FOEEIUN UOODH. WK PURCHASE OL It vv tsomeatle Uooda from Use Manufacluren. We are enabled to oiler great advantage tn tbe trade. We are HOLE AUKNitt ln MensiRls for Use Ci t tSteel 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 Corn Mills, And man 7 other articles too nrmerons to mention. Agricultural Implements ln great va rlety. French Window Oiass, Iron, Metals, I 'atlngs. BtUtfuK, Wheat Threaisera, etc ar TKKMH CAHH. OR HHORT CITY ACUEPTAXfE. nsyli COMMERCIAL HOTEL CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS., IN OBNTRALi FART OF OTT Y, M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR. JOHN PUNXETT, Of New York. V. J. PORTER, PORTER, PACE CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 140 Pearl Street New York MISCELLANEOUS. INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VINCKXTTi INSTITUTION FOR THE INSANE,. Louis. Mo. This Institution was founded by Use Sister's of lliarltv. An nul io. IS68. It la private and flrst-clsss Id its arringemenis and accommodation. In sane patterns ot both sexes and of all de nominations are received, also those addicted tu taking opium or other stlnsnlanta to ex cess and desire to correct, for terms etc., apply to Dt. J. K. BAUDUY or the HJrsTKlt BCTKRiOR- siigg St Clair Nurseries, Summerfield, III. - - M1LKR front St. Unil, on O. and M. R. 20 R.. Is. F. BABtOCTs. Proprietor. Two Hundred acres ln the cultivation of Fruit Trees. Apples a magnificent stuck uf 2 and 3 year olds. Including all the leading and usost popular southern varieties, obtained rrum reliable growers Sooth Pears, Peaches, Plums. Aprlcota. Nectarines, Cherries, yuia oas, O rapes. Strawberries, Raspberries, etc.. In great variety. A choice eollectlou of Rimes, Ornamental Kvergreen snd Deciduous Trees. Flowering Shrubs, Herbaceous Plants, Uuibs, ete. Branch OfBce. a and li Moroe street, sell daw OF.O. U. BHOWN. Gen'l Agent. SPLENDTdBUSINESS STAND FOR RENT. THE other part of our house stronllng suf ficient room l or oor purposes we proiose to place ln reach of competitors the Best Batiaeu Stand ts be Had in the City by o miring to Rent for the next twelve mouths, the spacious Salesroom wc now oc cupy at Use northeast corner of Main and Jefferson streets. aep2 IIOY8TER. TUEZEV AST A CO. LUMBER, LATHS ANO SHINGLES. Lumber, Laths and Shingles. THAVE now on hand, and ant constantly sowing, a fall stock of Building Lumber, of ail dlmaoalona: StUs. Joists. Studdli.g Posts, Boards of all lengths, and clear Lum ber; also, a large stock o? LATHS AND SHAVED SHINGLES. Particular attention given to the shipment or Lumbar, orders solicited. BW Mills and Lumber Yard on wolf Rler, " seftaw500 J"yOS- ti. M. VENABLE. yoor trado. Let be frank with NKXT DOOR NORTH Of PgABODY HOTEL. AXD WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES1 L. DDOOI. a. a. tu & CUTLERY, J. W. PAGE, Jr., late of Mora phis. MILUNERY. C. DOHERTY, DEALER IN MILLINERY AMD FANCY COODS, 338 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN." a- I am now receiving daily my Fatt. Stock of Bonnets and Hats ln Vaxvir. Pt-rSH, Fra, Cactl-s, Btbaw and Satin; also Childben's, Misses' and Bot'b Fancy Hats. Velvets in Silk, Rotal. I'ncut and Tabbt. Ribbons of every design and quality. Stus and Satins. Pxcxbs, Feathebs, old Ladles' i '.vrs and Heap-Iibessbs, in endiass variety. My goods have been selected personally from the latest French Importations, and Lin stock Is complete in every respect. Country merchants are respectfully Invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.. sets FALL FASHIONS AT Sorrtbern Emporium of Fashion Mra). 1VC. O. HUIffTBIl aar Desires to rail the attenUon ot her lady rru-nda and the pnbUe to the met that she NOW RECEIVING HER FALL STOCK Of the latest t vies of Millinery. Fancy Oood and run elites in DBE8H TRIMMINOaV ar Drase and Ctoak Making, In all Its branche-, at 847 Main street. sett f