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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1869. WANTS. w ANTED.-A airl iwhltel to do aem rnl nouaewors ; apply at ibjmumi si. FOR RENT. roR RtXT.-A nice Residence, containing 4 seven rooms, No. 372 Beal street. Ki low to a good tenant. scat 1-MR RENT. - A Hoarding Home In ttie cen JT ter of the ct ; alao, furniture for sale. Terms very moderate. Inquire at the preni le, M Jefferson street. am FOR RENT The large Store House No. 2 Front street. W. J. CHA8K, aeU - Poplar street. 1OR mT-ta Fort Pickering, the t'ottsi ng, the i otiage Jo. Kransloli, JT Residence belonging to Jo. I ransl. comfortable and coux t-nicnt. six rooms, ser ants' house, stable, carriage house, all neces sary out-liou, good well, cistern, garat-u fnnt It,. k Inrtfe hark vard. bcaull tul nowe vard in frout. Any one wanting such a place will dowel! to cull Immediately on JO. FRAN MOLL corner Second and Monroe streets, Foealo!i given BM of October. eel w-vm RKNT -1 -anre Front Room. No. M Jef- jT terson street, up-slair. suitable for office ui poses. "Uf4 FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. Office of this Dailt Appeal, il km phis, September 28, 1W. ThA mnmr market was quiet to-day and without material ohatifre. Currency is scarce with rates of interest to solvent parlies at from 1K3,12 per cent., one uartv to-dav effecting; a discount for Slrt.OOO at 10 per cent. Eastern and New Orleans exchange is taken ai discount, and sold at par lv all the banks. There was some inquiry for City Bonds, and 4v was bit! for 10,im0. No transac tions were reported In other securities. Gold transactions were light, and small sums were taken by dealers at 130. Round nil ma would have commanded higher rates. We give the following as the ruling rates for Oold, Scrip and Bonds: Buying. Selling. City Scrip 7s 75 Countt" JSorip 7(g,6& TO FoUaaaMf) HM& W City Hood 41 48 Oold lMfer 131 In New York rates of old Tenneesoe State Bonds were at 80c, and new at 52Mc The New York Stock and Bond market was unsettled and a decidecfly bearish feeling existing in the gold market with aales on the streets at 131, which was also the closing rate in the gold room. The following were reported as the price of Stocks : Canton 53 Western Union Telegraph Co 3o, Ouic-lurilver 12H Pacific Mail W, Adams Express AO Wells A Fargo 's Express IT American Express SOH I'nited States Express 51 Merchants 1 nion Express. V Jew iork Central l,a Erie 28 Hudson Heading 92' jUicbigan Central 121', Southern Illinois Central. 131 SI i Cleveland and Pittsburg... WO 67K Chicago and Northwestern.. preferred 80!. 06 T7 S3K a.' Cleveland and Toledo ... Rock Island Mt. Paul Ht. Paul, preferred Fort Wayne Ohio and"MiasisBippi .... Tho total amount of specie, consisting of gold coin, silver, gold chocks, gold coupons and other specie items in all the banks of the Southern Slates, according o a recent report to the Comptroller of the Current y, was b.iH,..-vi, as follows: Virginia 9 94,882 North Carolina 54,731 South Carolina 15,tfiW aieorgia 341,007 Alabama 34,290 .Louisiana Il,u72 Texas 400,121 Arkansas H83 Tatal 069,585 By the above table it will be seen that Texaaowns nearly two-thirds of all the specie held in the South. The amount of available coin in the I'nited Slates Treasury on the pith inst. vas102,H32, 43 4y, including 21,:i-5,040in lold certificates outstanding u the 14th inst. The coin, with the exception of about $4,00u,000, is at the l uited Slates aub-Treaaury in New York, and is likely to remain there for some time to'ootne, for Ihe policy of the Government, it is as certained, will not be changed with re gard to the sales of gold. The Treasury 4tSclals are not at all disturbed at the re ported conspiracy for the purchase of gold, and Secretary Boutwell will pursue the even tenor of his way and sell gold as Ihe business of the country demands it. ( ' iTTON. The aaarket opened weak at 2014c as an outside figure for Middling. Factors were anxious to sell and buyers indiffer ent. During the morning several brokers made small purchases, one taking 54 bales very bright at an average of 2- An other took TO bales at 20c for the bright est, and another look 110 bales at about the same figure. Sales in all footed up 300 bales. At noon unfavorable dispatches from the East caused buyers to withdraw, and the market closed nominal at . v for Middling. Sales of the day were all in small lots. Good Ordinary sold early In the day at 25c. cotton statement. Cbambek op Commerce, Memphis, September 28, 1889. Rtock on hand Sept. 1, 1869.. 94 Received UVday 396 Received previously 3133 3529 Total 362.1 (Shipped to-day 02 Shipped previously 2iW .Til (jtock on hand 912 Receipta per M. A C. 117; M A T. -;Jt40.-; River 22W; Wagons 50. Exports per M. A C. 15; M. T. ; River 47. The New York market closed dull and heavy at J? for Low Middling, and tC for Middling. Sales to spinners, 1658 bales; u speculators, 138 (tales; for export, 138 bales. Contracts were inade for 50 bales Low Middlings, deliverable in Septeinlsr, at27J4e; 100 do. do. at 27;,c; 100 do. October at 26 Vie, Tin Liverpool market closed firm at 12'.(l2VI for Middling I'plands, and 12H$12d for Orleans. Sales for the day 7000 to the trade, and 3000 for export and (peculation. According to tho MoMIe Vice Current of the 25lh inst., the receipts of cotton at Sri Orleans, Mobile, Savannah, Charles ton and Galveston to the latest dates since (he 1st inst. have been 46,306 bales, against 47, 400 1 tales to the same time last year a decrease of 1103 bales. The total foreign export have been less than 3000 bales, while shipments to V. S. porta have beeu 26,670 bales, an increase over last year of 7570 bales. I'p to Friday evening last, Mobile had received 10,(( bales, against 10,590 last year to the same Win. . Receipts of cotton at New Orleans tip to Saturday last since tlie openiug of the season were 27,350, against 31,310 to the aasne tune last season. Sales Saturday were 260 bales at irregular figures Mid dling, 26 S26c. There are seventy-four vessels loading for Europe at this time in the Uulf and Atlantic ports thirteen at New Orleans, five at Mobile, twenty-nine at New York, and the remainder at other porta. TRADK. Business to-tiay was active, an. I leading articlea of groceries, produce and mer chandise exhibit increased firmness and an advanciug tendency. Baoxiimu The market is firm and strong with prices tending upward. A lot of 2i lb sold to-day at 30c. Jute is held at the same figure. Ky. Py. Is 28)c. Green leaf 29c. Delaware flax, 28c VA lb, 19)4 to 20); Todd's, 20 to 20J4c; India in light demand at 27 to 27c; Borneo held at 30c. All (Trades of Hemp Bagging are scarce. Machine Rope is i'A to 8c. Twine 20c ; I ron Ties 7 to 7Xc. Beaks Prices of Choice Navy are $2 75 to 3 00. The demand is light. Brooms No. 1, fo to 5 50 per doien ; No. 2, f4 50 to 5. Broom Corn $100 to 150 per ton. The demand ia active with prices declining. Bitter Choice Western is 33 to 35c. Good country 28c, and common 25c. The market is well supplied. Beeswax The demand is fair at a de cline, and 30c is now offered. Builder's Material Alabama and Cape Lime are scarce and in good de mand $2 to 2 25 per bbl. Cement scarce at $3 50 to 4 50. Plaster f4 75. Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 75 to 3. Fire brick $5 to 6. Building Brick 98 per M . Coffbe Prices are firm and the de mand fair. Skimmings, 19 to 20c; common to fair. Rio, 21 to 24c; prime do 25 to 27c: Laguayara, 27 to 28c ; Java, 35 to 38c. Cornmkal The mills are out of corn and unable to furnish supplies. Fresh ground is $4 60 on the levee and $4 75 in store. Kllndried is 94 7a on the levee ana 95 in store with active demand and little in the market. Cheese Demand active and supply light. Factory 19 to 20c; W. R. 18!c; Switzer30c; Limberger 29c. Cotton Seed The demand is active atid prices steady. Oil mills are paying jli tie! i ered and furnishing sacks. Plant era net 910 per ton, freight charges being Cotton Yarns dull. 400, 22c; 500, 20c; 600, 18c ; 700, 17c. Crackers Pilot, 6c; butter, water, picnic, To; sugar and milk 14c; cracknel biscuit, 35c; shipping soda 6Hc; extra 8c. Chickens The demand for fowls is good and the supply fair. Old chickens brinir 95, and young range from 93 25 to 50, according to size and condition. Ducks are 94, and Geese are not saleable, Esculents Potatoes are aomawhat better, and sold at 91 90 on the levee. In store 92 is aaked, and in sacks 75c per bushel. Sweet potatoes sell at 91 25 per bushel in s email way. Oniona are plen tiful at 3 50 to a TS pur barrel. Cabbage are dull and abundant at 94 t 00 per hundred, and 98 tQ 13 00 per erata. Eooa The market is well supplied and pri0f are 25 to 28c, according to condi tion ; cboioe bring 30c, Floi-b There is a awwl damand for low and middling grades and priusa rule steady. Several dealers have made liberal sales during the past few days, though stocks are ample to supply- the demand. Pin is worth 94 50 to 5; Supers 95 60 to 0 00; Family ft) 50 to 8; Fancy 98 50 to 9 25. Fruits Apples are dull and the mar, ket overstocked. Prices range from 92 to S 50 per barrel, according to quality. Cranberries, the first of the season, have arrived from St, Paul direct, and sell in kegs ot six and aeveu gallons at 94. Peaches bring 93 5u per busbei, l)rii Apples and Peaches are In light supply and small demand at 97 to 8 00 per bbl. PkeiwUTh To Boston, Providence and Lowell: Compragsed cotton, all rail, 91 30 f.91 50; uncompreaed cottop, 91 5r$l 80. To New York, Philadelphia auj Balti more: compressed, 91 if i?! 15; uncom pressed, 91 35(ji91 44. Rail and water to Boston, Loaell, etc 91 24to91 44 for com pressed, and 91 t-M 6 tor uutwuipress- ed. To New York, Philadelphia and Bui imore, compressed, 91 04a.yi 14; uncom pressed, 91 25(5:91 37. Insurance by rail to New York J$c. iii There is no shelled corn in mar ket ami prices are nominally firm at 91 15. Ear corn is worth 90c on the levee, and 91 10 in store. Oata are 60 to 63c on the levee ami 65r in store. Bran is held at 923 011 the levee and 924 in store. Hay Is firm at 925 to 27 00 on tho landing and 91 40 from store in a retail way. Fish Mackerel, No. 1, bbls924; bub 912 50; kits 9290 to 3 00; No. 2, bbls915 50; . do 98 50 to 00; kits 92 25; family, in bbls 914; lA do. 97 50; kits 92. White fish 98 00 to I 00 in i bhls. Sardines, quarters 10c per case ; hal ves Molasses Cuba 55c; Louisiana Sugar House 85c; Golden Syrup 91 10 to 1 15 ia barrels, and 10c additional in kegs. Naval IsroRKs Tar in kegs, 95 25 to 75 for pine; in 40 gallon bbls, 98 to 10 00; pitch, 95. Resin, 94 50 to 7 50. Oakum, 95 to 5 50 per bale. Provisions Prices are very firm for all classes of provisions. A lot of couu- ry packed Mess Pork is offered at ity is held at 934 50 to 35. Prime 931 25. Rump 92H. Clear Sides are stiff', and sev- ral aales transpired to-day at 21c by the cask. Several small orders are filled at 21 Sc. Ribbed Sides are 19S to 20c. Shoulders 17c. Choice S. C. Hams 24 to 25o and scarce. Break fast Ba con 22'. Lard steady; tierce 20.S to 21c; keg 21S to 22c; caddies 22S to 23c. Mens Beef Thomas' bbls 98; S DbLa 915 to 15S. SroARS Prices continue stiff at un changed quotations with the market tend ing upward. Crushed, Powdered and Granulated 18c. Coffee A, 17 Sc; B, 17c; C Extra, 17c; Demarara, 16K to 17c; Louisi ana old process, 16c. Prime, 15Sc; Fair, 14ic; Common, 13 to 14c; Y- C, 16ia Soda In boxes, 8c; kegs, 7c. Starch OS to Tc per lb. Snuff Garrett, box, 916; packed, 919. Shot Drop, per lg, 93 to 3 50; Buck 93 35 to 3 40. Pig and Bar lead, 911 to 12. Soap Palm Soap, Cc; No. 1 do. 7Sc Panola do. Htokte; Erasive. 9 to 10c; Ex tra Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; Imported do. 25 to 28e. Salt Bbla of 280 lbs 92 65 to 2 75; Large $3 50; Common 93 30; Dairy 92 89. Spirits Whisky scarce. Hlgbwlneain demand at 91 20 to 1 25; Common Rectl- ! 1 to Proof 80c to 91 20. j VlMBa.aV Cider 98 to 10 per bbl; Wine J 912 to 15. Wheat There is a good demand by ( the millers with limited receipta. Ho. 1 i Choice Red and White Is worth 91 28 to 1 35. No. 2, H 10 to 1 20. Rejected, 80c ' to 91. EMIGRATION AGENCY. W. B. DOWOHO. LKVI JOT. H. D. BtTLKLET D0N0H0, JOY & CO., Real Estate Brokers AKD EMIGRATION AGENCY, 24 Madison Street. Memphis, Tenn. WE propose to negotiate all transactions W in Hkal Estate, whether in the city or country, improved or unimproved; Rest rtlliiaa Business Property, Plantations, Grain, IsUwk, Kalry and Fruit Farina, Vlae- isi il, Town. School and MuiuCacturlug Sites; I mral. stave and Lumber Property, Rail road inter .ta, or large bodies of land for Col onization purposes. t tor arrangements ara now complete for Uie supplying of planters, railroad companies ntsuula. toriea, and all others desiring a re liable class of labor, under equitable con tracts. We cordially Invite snd solicit cor respondence on these subjects. aefi daw Main Street Store for Rent. I TPON timely application and sufficient ln- V. ducenienl oflered, we will rent for one year from lal September next, the Front Store coo now occupied by us, corner of Main aud Jefferson streets, with part of basement. auAl 1.01 tttay. XRMZK' YANT A 90. RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. To Madison and Little Rock, Arkansas Uolng West Leave Hopefleld dally at:U0 ajat. Coining East Leave L'Aneuille at 1:30 p. in Ferry Boat leaves foot of Union St. at6:UU a. in B. I). WILLIAMS, General Agent and Buperiulendent. Memphis and Louisvlile Railroad. DEPART. ARRIVE. Day Express, R. R. time 4:uua.in. HUiua.ni. ' City time .3:ti.iu. Night Express, R. R. time.. t:utl p.m. 12:40 a.m " Cttv time. .2:45 D.m. Ticket offices No. 2!7 1-2 Main street and at Denot. head of Main ttreel. SleeplUK Car attached to Night Express Train, which goes UirouKh to Nashville, via Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, with out chance. BAM. B. JONES, Oen'l Supt. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. ABB1VE. DEPART, New Orleans Mall, dally 2:4b p.m. 11:4(1 a.m N. Orleans Express, daily.. a.m. 4 3u pjn Frela-ht. dally ex cent nun- day .i5 p.m. 4 UVi a.m Mall Train makes direct connection for N.w Orleans anti all liolllts South. Express Train makes direct connection for loneevine, w ater v aney. uxjoru, iiuny Springs and all points north of Grenada on M laalaaimftl tvnlral Kjillroad. Ticket office 37 l-ii Main street and at the Depot. Omulbnsses will call for passengers and check baggage In any part of the city, by leaving orders at 'JSi i-2 Main street. A. t. LIVEHMORE. Oen'l Sup't. C. P. OAKLEY, Oen'l Ticket Agent. Memphis aid Charleston Railroad. ARRIVE. DEPART. Through Mall 2M D.m. U:M p.m Through Express ...10:30 p.m. 11 a. p.m Junction Acconrodailon.. s:iua.m. juu a.m Somerville Accomodation v-AO a.m. b djb New Orleans train 9:45 p.m l: . . -.t a.m. and :4o p.m. trains make all Southern connections. W. J. ROS8. Oen'l Snp't SPECIAL NOTICES. Let us Discuss the Great Quest ion. -What Is tho most important ot ai! earthly blessings, in Ike estimation of every intelligent human being? L'learlv. It Is Health: for soundness of body and lulmj Is essential to the enjoyment of all the other good gilts of providence. How, then, shall those who possess ti,h in estimable treasure endeavor to preserve 11, and how shall those who have lost it seek to retrieve It" These unestlons have been asketl In nil asses. bill never have thev leen as snilsliictortly re sponded U a at the present day. and the mi- s -crs which common sense, eniizniej'eii m science and experience, gies to fl litem :ii 11. l MneteenUi t eutury may he thus: briefly state'd To protect the system against all influences that tend to generate disease, then is nothing tike invijorittwn. To re-establish the hsaltli on a arm nasi when It bus been lost by Imprudence or any other cause, the system must be umuUnuetiiffo tlrenythmnll reffiltnted and purifleit. These ends an only lie attained through the agency of a preparation which combine ll.p attributes of a tunir, a BwYWfl9aKj a bhtwi It.'jiu' iui hd an. tnterirnt. All Diets, eStMiittaJf ;y cfiually blended In HOHTKTTER'S STTJM ATlTlw , ygliS They contain nothing drastic, irritating oTTtifiaiUt uiatory. The ibices ana extracts of sauallve herbs, roots and harks are their sole medic lnal ingredients, and these are rendered dif fusible liv combination with the suirlUtu e seuVe uf Vye, the purest of all alcoholic stlm- Blsnta ulapts. Trie w eak and feeble, aud capeUallv t!:iw suiter! UK from biliousness, Indigestion ami ner ousutas, absolutely require the renoi si ing Hitl of this powerful tonluand ullert! t i t n during the heated term, aud csunot prudent, ly postpone Its use for a single day. A word to the wise is sufficient. Camfort and Bliss, or Pain and Agony I)B. TOBIAS' t'CI.EBIlATEI) V'KNETtAN f.IM- mkn T, whtSH M'oiiilerful cures, sure and In stantaneous action, in cases of Chronli: RHeuuiatiMii. Headache, Toot baclie. Croup, Cuts, Bnrna, Colic, t-'rnmps, Pyseiitt ry, etc.. have asioutsiiett the clviilzetl woriti. is no new cstch-penny ; but an article that lias stood the test of twenty-two years. The enormous sale anil rapidly Increasing de inuJ Js at once tho surest evidence of Up usefttlnuis apj popularity. No lami)vhouTu' be wlthttut a InMIIs lp te h iuse. Iliindreds of dollars ami mull) hours uf i-itBeiln Ms)' be aavtd by Its tiniely use. Colic, Cramp and Dysentery yield nt once to Its pain-curative propel Itles. It Is per fectly innocent, ami cau lie ul l-ii to the old est person or youngest child. No matter il viiu have 110 ctinrldence in Patent Bfedleanei try this, ami you will be sure to buy agalu, aud recorhuiiiD:) to vour friends. Hundred of Physicians recommend 1; Jul heir practice. Sold bv the Druggists alld Slorekeerers. Price, Filly Cents and One Dollar. Depfit, It) Park Place, New York, FRI6HTFUL DEVELOPMENTS ! At last the people have got ihe fact " through their hair." that hair dyes impregnated wllh acetate ot lead and other metallic sails are Ml'UDKKOUS PREPARATIONS. When they see the metallic sediment at the lKittom of the bottles, they know that the disgusting stud is literally thk kksih with poison. They ask, therefore, for a HARMLESS VBliETARl.E DYE, and Dud It, pure aud efficacious, in Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye Uffensi under the sanction of Prof. Chilton's guarautev that it contains nothing delete rious." CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE as a Dressing, acts like a charm 011 the Hair after DveirJL Try No Care, No Pay ! Stone's Tonic Syrup cures Chills and Fever, or money refunded. sold m xi. jtmsi-. v Main street. a-r Pretty Women. -A comparatively few La dies monopolize the Deaaty as well as the ai tentlon of society. This ought not to be so, but It Is; and will be while men are foolish and single out pretty faces for companions: Tills cau all be changed by using Hag in s Magnolia Bului, which gives the llloom of Youth and a refined sparkling Beauty to the Complexion, pleasing, powerful ami natural. No lady need complain of a red, tanned, freckled or rusticC'oaiplexion who will Invest seventy-five cents In Hagau's Magnolia llalm. Its efTertaare truly wonderful. To Preserve and Dress the Hair use Lyon's Kathalrou. In Remote Settlements of Untold Value. Food makes blood; blood makes the body. If the blood be pure, the body Is healthy. Ho If we are nstjn health, we know some iin pu rities are lutklng about which inur;t be re moved, and the sooner the belter. Rrandreth'$ VJ rrmoir all roin Me undent u-hb-h nnlttrr fierrttm) longer. Tlie wonderfnl cureseflected by Brantlreth's Pills have arrested the attention of enlight ened physicians. I'uwards 01 Ave thousand now use them In their dally practice, and two hundred have given their written tt tl mony as 10 Iheir ; 1. n. .. ... and value, as eleatiserao the bowels antl blood. liielr ontnld value Is to thos Uvln? In set tlement where doctors can only be had at great espeusa. Kor if you are sick, yon have only lo take one irmoredoMesof lit ami. rvlh's Pills to gat cured. Pull d 1 reel Ions ate wllh each box. Hold by all druggists. Ba chelor t Katr oa.-TIi Is splendid Hair Dye la the best lu the world ; the only true aud perfect Dye; harmless, reliable. Instantane ous ; no disappointment ; no ridiculous lints; remedies the ill effect of bad Dyes; lnvigo ratea and leaves the Hair son and beautiful. black ur kkowx. bold by all Druggists and Perfumers; aud properly applied at ltatchel or's Wig Factory, No. M Hond street. N. Y, -' 1 1- --W NEW YORK. The Puresr. Bos', and Cnea pest THE MISSISQUOI POWDER A(TtT ALLY cures (Maeersand Scrofulous diseases of the Sk in . Uee Report to L. 1. Mtsllcal Koclaly.andslatefaeDtato Physicians In elnular. stut free on unitliuation tit CH AM. A ut-MiJi.-i, uenerai Agent, t e' 1 ' " ' nsi in, MS Pearl street. New York. P. O. Box l.So. Jyf To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers rpHK Memphis Oil Company wish to por X chase, during next fall aud winter, a large uuanllty Collon Seed, tor which Uiey will pay the market price, fartilsh sacks, and have Heed correctly wctahed on their I am platlorniiFiurbaok slsuKles. They urate their . 1 ........... fc- 1 -. S I u. ... I . friends not to store irtelr isetsl In large tjuan lie! titles, and thereby have their value destroyed or injured by hbatihu. ltanters who wish tat make contract for delivery of Heed will m pl 1- call at till ts- ork, 1 enter Landing. OH Cake and Meal tor sale In any quan- yfli tfSy RALLY ! RALLY ! RALLY ! KUCHA NTH look to your Interest If you want urHr at wltolesalc.aoto Uiix-erfes Baajriug and Ties cheap 8TRATTON.IHIYEK A CO., Wholesale Orooers and CoUou factors, Noa. 2bacd aa Front street. Memphis. Tenn. s.T $25 A DAY KM r A LiE l iran t home! SS entirely new articles 1T1 lor agents. Hamplasseut vkkk. Addiess aseut SKKR. Addlel HUAW, Alfred, Me. sei daw u. a COTTON FACTORS. JOSEPH H. BLACK, Late ot MajtvHK, Ky. 8. M. BLACK, Lite Black. Cimron a Co.. Memphis, Tenn BLACK, BRO. &, CO., Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHANTS tdr the sain of Oraln. Flour. Beef. Pork f liacon. Hay. Corn. Oats, Bran, Potatoes and Western Produce generally. 2S4 Front Street, bet. Madison and Monroe MEMPHIS. TENN. Jell CHARLES H. D0,RI0N. Jr.. Late of Mosby & Dorion, Cotton Factor, Over 304 Front Street, Memphis, : : : Tkxnksske, lu same room occupied by Mosby A Dorion. t(-Bagging, Ties and Supplies furnished to customers. Consignments by river and in store covered by Insukanc, nnless other wise ordered. se3 daw J. M. PATBICK. M. M. PATBItk. j. M. PATRICK & CO., Cotton. Faotors ASP COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2i"rl Front St., Memphis, Tenn. BAtHHNU and Ties furnished customers, and liberal advances made on consign ments of Cotton ami other Produce sent us for sale. sel dw j J. M. PATRICK CO. R. S. JOKKS. W- BROWN. JONES, BROWN & CO., COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, 2m FROST STREET, EEMPHIS, TENN. xi - E are Indebted for past lavors, and trust, with our increased blcillties to be at.le, in all respects, to give satisfaction to our cos toiuers. Liberal advances made on consign ments, and orders rilled at the best market rates. Regular commissions charged. C'on- Mngrmeuts by river or lu store 111- nmfil unless oineraise msirucieu. xxaviui; our owfi' storage this sesMq, .pj tiicb, giving our personal atlenflon to hamlring cotton, we (n assure correct weights. 1 011- sWnmeuls solicited. iiiat-tiiiw juam, on.it .s kxj. It. W. PKica. late of Eastnort, Miss. J C, Tebrv, late of Henderson, Terry 4 CoM PRICE 8l TERRY, Cotton Facto is AM xi COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Over Meat-ham if Treadwell's, MKMPrlls, ' r : - - TENS ESSE. set J. FLOYD SMITH, QQTTON FACTOR AKU f COMMISSION MERCHANT, OFFICE: No. 276 Front Street, Up stairs Will attend strictly to the sales of all Cotton and Produce on consignment, and special attention given to the flllingofall orders Intrusted to his care. Liberal cash ad vances on consignment. selt . j. RAWbisros, j. 1.. wrB. J. !.. RAWL1XOS J. RAWLINCS & CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 2o4 FRONT ST., UP-STAXOS, - - ME3XX-UXS, V ' V ESS EE. rwc will Hell all Country Produce Con signed to us. e v - have obtained the services of Mr. TIP is. B. NOItMKXT, an old aud experienced t ot ton man to assist us In the sales of Cotton. Mr. Nornient Is well known, to the most of Cotton raisers in this vicinity, and he would be pleased to see all his old friends and cus tomers at our office. jys JAMES 8. DAY. W. P. PKOI'DKIT DAY & PROUDFIT, Cotton Factors, No. 9 MONROE ST., MEMPHIS. 8. Mai it t WtBU. J. F. sklleks. S. M. WEBB CO. COTTON FACTORS AXh COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Stonewall Block. Up-stalrs, Union Ptrfbt, bet. Front Row and Main St., se7 Jiw MKMPH IS, TENS. TRANSPORTATION. DAILY OVERLAND U. S. MAIL ROUTE TQ LITTLE ROCK & HOT SPRINGS VIA Memphis and Little Rock R. R. AND Chidester. Searle&Co.'s Stage Line ONLY 30 MILES STAGING. ALL IN DAYLIUHT. Through to Little Rock in 24 Hours. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, TI! I N.ST., trains rains Will leave .Memphis dally, at i;:Va.m I.ltlie l'.ot k da v. at This Line connects with staae at Little Rrsk for Hot 8prluKs, lbM'kport. Arkatlel phtn, Washlnfrtou, PrTuttoti. Tulsvllle, Tu lip, Camden, and Kldorado 'M hours quicker than any oilier route. Tickets sold at Ticket Offices of Memphis and Charleston Railroad, Memphis and Lonisvllle Railroad, Illinois Central Railroad, Memphis and Little Roek R. it.. IS Madison St. (1. I). WILLI A MM, Ctenerai Agent aud bupc-rtuleudept. M.OWEN, Ticket Ageut. s.ls QUICK TIME EAST ! ! Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WILL RUN AS FO LI.OWSON THK Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Laave Memphis (city time) Mi ajn. 2:top.m. Leave Memphis (railroad time IHOaki. Iff p.m. Morn nut train from Memphis does not run on Hiinday. Leave Memphis, R, R. Time.i :00 a.m. 2:00p.m. Arrive at Naaabvine .11:45 p.m. .Sum a.m. Sleeping Cars on Evening Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Naauvllle. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at the Company's officers: Main street, ana at ucpoi. neau of Main st thecke m at Depot by the Hotels, Mrmnhibl.'Iry Transfer Coiupauy; at Private IUideni. or on board boi a.s. to all principal points East and North. BUaAK. o- je.M,oupi. Rem. Howcli.. PaHsewiter A sent. myU LIQUOR DEALERS. A.T accaro, b. vaccabo, a. b. vaccabo A. VACCARO & CO., Importers and Dealers In WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETOt, ETC., 324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. uuvis AGRICULTURAL FAIR. THE AGRICULTURAL, MECHANICAL AND HORTICULTURAL FAIR -OF SHELBY COUNTY SOCIETY " I LI. commence at the Fair Grounds, near meuipnis, leimessee, lour nines irom the city, on tile Memphis aud Charleston Railroad, ou Monciny, Octobor 13(3, Continuing sib days, until 8a: irday. October 3(1, isr. suitable premiums are offered fur Agricultural uuplements. Machinery, Me chanlcal Inventions, Products of the Field uaruen, etc., rruu and Mowers, faintlngs and Drawings, Textile Fabrics and Materials, Minerals, Chemicals, Poultry. riheeD and Bwjne, Cattle and Horses, AMOUNTING TO OVER $10,000 The Premiums on cotton alone amount to 83.240, For nearly all or which the Hocletvareln debted to the liberally and public spirit of the COTTON FACTORS OF MEMPHIS Who, wllh a munificence worthy of one of the ilrsi cotton marls of tne world, have ten dered to the Society - " u ;u.us t be applied as ihey treslghate in the following CLASS D---No. 10. COTTON. Best One Bale of Cotton, the nrru uutt 01 jrimwipc Utp. auu fJJu COTTON FACTORS' GRAND PREMIUM The Col ton Factors of Memphis, whose names arc appentien 10 inis communication ha e n i me ionowing unprecedented pre miums ou Cotton, entries open to all the males: K. EuJeu. JTjq., President Shrlby County Aortcxtl- o' i'i, jueciutiicuj ami itorlteiatural Sjfjffrfu Mm. The UU'leTSla-ued. Cotton Vac. lors 01 mis city, ueing desirous ol encourav ing cotton growers and stimulating the pro ductlon of cotton, as also ot oemoiistratlii' to the country the superior advantages that .u. .... tiy";. mm u iiiatsri lor coiion, re spectfully rettiet you to otTer In their n- the following preij.iu:;; f..i .uts iejoh.it sW piu, IP iawurdetj bt"the uert meettng-of For the best one" bale of cotton ISO) ror rhe secona liest one k1m . ...i....- -r-, For the best two bales ol cotton '. 20 y, .-WW hiMt in uale Menttpq B3 tir uie uosi mjee uaies ol tvlluli 3QQ 'or t he secotld hot three bales of cotton -ill 'or the best five bales of cotton ol (he second best five bales of ootton. aS) Kor the bast ana bale Long ataple .,, js0 II is IBS desire of tnu Factors otTerlna iiie,. premiums thai you conform to the following rules, vis: 1st. No bale of cotton weighing less than four hundred pounds will be allowed to con test ror me premiums. l. Be Isiaud cotton will be excluded. M. All entries must be made lu the min. of the protlucer. 4th. All cotton must be delivered to one of tne unoersigneti oeiore it can oe exlilttlted a vonr Fair for these iiroinliim. u mi ii.i. .1. Ilverv must be made ou or bet'orx in., m of 't irt.f- Cth- Np cottoa exhibited mr one ef the pre miums will he entered lor another. t III. No outside or private premiums will be ijerniiiieu on me ennun isiniesting for these e also beg to suggest the names of the fol low Inn Cotton Brokers and buyers as a sartaa. ble committee to make awards forcottou. via: w. a. uuouw i . . Z. P. POWtSUL b. uaylimh. oeorue Winchester, o. b. parker. Allow us further to suggest, that an add I tion to these premiums, your soclelv offer a liberal premium for the best bole of"Tenues- see cotton, we are, sir respectfully yours, E. M. Appersou A Co.,Galbreath,SfewartACo si ration, Uoycr A Co., Newton Ford A Cfl., rail i in;, on ix mtweii, ml ItM at 1 1 H i Lie r i , p a, co., v. M. TOwusend. XXl.. Meili-hiim A Trend well 1 1 - o . . J OOI, III 1 I I pS OJ t'l.. DSOn. Busbv A HatcJiAtt Mugevnev A Rogau, Ooodlett Co., McOhee A Herron, J. M. Patrick A I o., Pearce, Lambrrl A Co.,Hootes, Vance A Co., Nelson & Titus, Owen McNutt Co., Tobin, Lynn .v Co., Black, Kstes A Co R. 8. lay lor A Co., Ralph Wormeley a Co Price A Terry, Estes Htrattou A Co., Harris, Cochran A Co. J. F. Franks A Co., W. IJ. Andrews Jt Co., J. C. Jieelv & Co. i. b. Hum M-s a Co., Mliane, Harris A Co.. II. V. Williantli K B. Jf W. B. Crfs Co , J. , 'J. Steele t'Q.. nntli i.Andeisou A Walsou. Urnwn, filllard A Co., Lllckluson, Williams iiSier.aeaiiuieraiH). cq.. Keliotleld Hauauer. E. U. Webber A Bra., J. M, James A Da., J. P. Hill a co.. Keel A CO.. H. E. Johnson A Co., Barbour, Wilder A Hugh Torrance, Simpson, hardwareT. A. Nelson A Co. inerci a its, J. I). Huffln A Ctf Lane, Mo re A Co., Wolcult, HiuTth A Co., Fargasou A Clay, TraderaV Hay 4 Proudflt, Taylor, Radford A Co, Taylor A Rutland. ('has. H. IHirion. lr.. Parker Ward A Co., Malone, Thomas A Co., o. pi. ittuuetu, comer a uicttarusou, Partee, Bnrllson A ca,Stanton A Moore, Oage A Fisher, Clark, fay A CO., Uuy, Met 1,-1 Ian A Co., Shepherd A Wooten. ifrssxr: E. M. Apperwn A Co., Oalbrextth, fifw, o ( A Co.. Stratttm, Vfyer A (V , sad iitau. ..PSAI 8f S8; ld. behalf pf Hie Agricultural aicciiaiiicar and Horticultural 86clety of aneiuv county, i accept your very liberal premium fur Cultop, aud will mi, r ft as you nuggusl. Besides in anairdatice with your re quest will say that the society will give a pre mium ol two hundred dollars, itSni for the best bale ol Cotton produced in the Slate of lenuessee. very respect lolly, E. ENSLEY, Pres't. Mkhphis, September I, 180V. PRIVATE PREMIUMS FQR COTTON. E. Enttey, Jay., JredVl ftfccley rWuty Aart i -ultural, Mechunieal and Horliculln al Smyrty. HkarSib: Asa tribute of respect from the workers lu nietaU to the tillers of the soil, Ihe undersigned respectfully offers the fol jpwltlg privte premium, to be awarded Uy , our cpniniittee at yuur uunuul Fair lq Octu lier, ylx: For ihe Best One Bale of Cotton. Fllley's No. su Charter Oak stove, worth HO Bisaastfullr. j. y SCI1A BEL A CO., 0 Matn street. NO. 7. BOARD OF TOBACCO TRADE'S PREMIUM ON TOBACCO. Ham. or the Chamhcr ok Coxxebc, ) M i vri! is. September i, laa. f JT. Entity, Ej., Pi-eutett Shelby County Aari. t-utturat. Mechanical timf Xlurtimitural Society. i .1 t ! am: At a meeting of the Board of To bacco Trade held this p.ni. the following res olution were unanimously adopted: RetulvtHl, That the Memphis Board of Tobacco Trade otter a premium of one hundred dollars through your society. to be awarded at your Fair, for tbe first single hogshead of Manufacturing Leaf Tobacco; une hundred dollars far Ihe best hovsbead of Shinning Leaf: fifty dollars for the second best; and taenty-five dollars for the third ; all to be exhibited at the Agricultural Fair of this county. This to bacco is to be entered by the producer of the same through some member of this associa tion. Retailed, That a premium of fifty dollars be awarded tbe owner or the best box of Ken tucky or Tennessee Manufactured Tobacco, to be exhibited thruugh some member of this association. Hoping that the above action of Ihe Board of Tobacco Trade meets your asseut, I have the honor to be your obedient servant, J. W. DICKINSON, Pres't. W . L. TH ask, Hec'y . TENNESSEE MANUFACTURE. Best Hogshead of Tobacco... , Dip. and J25 PROGRAMME. KXHIMTION IN THK ARENA 7b (t.tioiicace Precitely at 10 ajejaat cub. cue doji, Bad to rosa'su' to tin order here hud fawn. FIRST DAY Monday. Oct. 25, 1869. (J. C. HOLMES, Sup't. CA TTLK-DVRHA M. Best Bull 3 yeats old and over . .Dip. and S-10 gd best 10 ' Bull I ts. old and under 3. l.j h i - a... i Su kllng under 1 - 5 Sweepstake lor all lists Dip. and No aged animal taking tht premium will be allowed to compete lu auy sweepstake hereafter given by this Association In this crass. COWS-DCRIXA.V. Best Cow 4 years and over -....Dip. alld 2d best " .1 years old amLunder 4. 2 " " " 3 " 1 ' " . " a Sucklings under 1 Sweepstakes for all ages Dip. and Conditions as aoove. Best herd of 4 Cows and I Bull belonging to oue man Dip. aud 3S HORSES XX XXARy ESS LADIES' RIDISU HORSE, Etc. " pair matched Horses for Car riage 20 Single Buggy Horse .. I j " pair matched Mares for Car riage 20 " single Buggy Mare ai Style, durability, docility aud training to bo considered in awarding to this class. Best and most easy galted Horse or Mare for ladles' riding, to go all gates. If two or more entries are made. SECOND DAY Tuesday, Oct. 26. 1869. W. C. WARD, Sup't. CA TTLKA LDKRNEYS. Best Bull 4 years old and over. ...Dip. and JD " ' 3 .' and under! 20 . "2 " " 3 15 - 1 " old 10 " sue Una uader 1 year 5 Ha eepstake for all aaes...- Dip. and 25 No aged animal taking this premluui wUl be allowed to compete in any sweepstake hereafter alven by this Association In this class. COWS A LDERXEYS. Best Cow 4 years old aud ovr Dip. and 120 a s and under 4...... 15 " 1 - old " suckling under 1 year Sweepstake for all sges Dip. and Conditions as .itaive. CA TTLE-A rERSHIRE-CLASS 1. Best Ball of any age Dip. and COWS-A YKRSHIRE. Best Cow .1 years and over Dip ami " " 2 " " under S " 1 " old Sweepstake for all ages .Dip. and Conditions as before. DEVOSS-CLASS 4. Best Bull or any age .Dip. and tIS - Cow " a Dip. and 10 HEREFORD- CLA SS 5. Best Bull of any age Dip. and tli " Cow " Dip. aud 10 MILCH COWS-CLASS . Best Milch Cow of any age or breed Dip. and 115 In this class unantlty, quality and food to be taken into consideration ; to be milked and carefully tested In the presence of the Award ing Committee. FA T CA TTLE CLASS 7 , Best Bullock 4 yegrs u.u ana oyer -Dip. and taS " YokeofOyen 25 " bead of tbree fat cattle of an v age or sex, fed by one exhib itor Dip. and MISCELLAXBO CS, BeJ.tBaJd!pUaMis!. (25 ? jn Harness norse, Mare or Gelding Fastest Pacing Stallion, Mare or Uelding, mile heals as 100 27, 1869. TNIBD DAV Wednesday, Oct Geo. J. R. CHALMERS, Sup't. BLOOD MORSES. Best aged stallion, 4 years and over ?un. and $300 Best three yeafs and under 4 50 g" tQ 3 I " one " ' " 2 Sn suckling under 1 . . ao Sweepstake for all ages .Dip. and a No aged animal taking this premium win be allowed to com net v (n thu visas for any premium iiartef niyep bjy (his society. mares. Best aged mare. 4 years old and over Dip. and Best three years and under 4 " taro " 3 " owe " " a " suckling under 1 Sweepstake for all ages Conditions as above. Dip. and MXSCELI.A NEUfS. Fastest trotting him, uim r gelding. inljii Loaia i in 9. isxi No animal taking this first premium will be allowed hereafter to compete for any pre mium given by this Association in this class. Fastest double team owned by one indi vidual, not kept for sunrtina uurnosea . at Second best . 10 FOURTH BAV-Thiunttay, Qct. 28, 1669. DR. N. C. PERKINS, 8p't. ROADSTERS OR TROTTIXtJ BORVCS. Best stallion, 4 years old and ovar inn. and itoo 3 years old and under 4 50 " 1 25 I 1 . 20 suckling under 1 10 Sweepstake premium for all ages in p. and a Conditions before staled, MARES. Best aged mare, four years old and over Dip. and ; years old and under 4 25 2 - " " S 15 I H 10 seckllng under 1.. 10 Uelding, 4 years old und over S 3 ' " un der 4 25 Uelding, i years uld and un der a hi Sweepstake premium lor all ages. Dip. and 'J Style, durability, training and speed, to be considered lu awarding to this class. Best laiit-y team model Uelding In harness 20 1 mare, " 20 All animals over one year old shall be ex hibited in harness. FIFTH DAY-Frlday, Oct. 29, 1869. PETER MITCHELL, Sup't. .4CA- STOCK. Best aged Jack, 4 years old and over.. uip. and 2d best year old and under 1 1 " " ft t, ,, TTi suckling under I Sweepstakes lor all ages Dip. and OUdiuon a aoove staled. JE.XNETS. Best naed Jecnel. 4 vears old and over uip. anu ; vears oitl anil untler I... I " J... 1 " " " 2... suckling under 1.- Sweepstakes for all ages Dp. aud 20 conations at auove. MILES. Best awed mule. 3 years old and over Din. and rJu 2d iiest 10 2 vears old aud under 3 15 1 " ' 2 15 sut klina 10 Sweepstake lor all ages Dip. and 20 iscsi pan maianca males in nar- l.i 50 For the best pair of draught horses jO URAXD SPECIAL PREMXCM. Fastest trotting stallion to bar- ness, nine Heals, hest three In five, free for all horses in the United States ..Dip. and 5ou SIXTH DAV -Saturday, Oct. 30, 1869. Qen. J, C. KIZER, Sup't. SADDLE STOCK. Beat agedstalllon 4 years old and over ioo 3 years old and under 4 B 15 s 1 " - 2 . sweepstake, for all ages oudltlons as before. MARES. 14 Lip. and -Jo Best seed more. 1 years old and ovrt uip. sua w i years old and under 4 a a is I ' 2. 10 suckling under 1 Sweepstakes for all ages Dip. and 25 (.onuiiious as oeiore. aVBDLE PREMIUM. Por the best gentleman rider, oue mile. over four hurdles n feet high : Private premium bv the Chickasaw Jockey Club f loo K"! Premium Lists aoulv to the Secre tary. or to Royaler, Trexevajil" Co., No. 24t Main street. K. KNHLF.Y, President, pu ti-iTMs, isi i nn i las i M. D. L. HTKWAKT, 2d Vlce-Pies't. A. J. ll.Ms. . i " CBASBBUiAYXl Jones, 4tli Vice-Pres't. C. A. Rose, 5tb Vloe-Pres't. l.CON TBOI'SOALE Sec Johs T. Stkatton, Treax. DIRTCTORg: . L. Anderson. J. C. Fixer. Jos. Bruce, U. C. Hntnies, W. H.CarroU. N.( . Perkins. J. It. Chalmers, E. Kualey, J. H. Edmondsoii. LAWYERS. W. BROW!. 6. P. Lyi.es. LYLES & B. C. Bnows. BROWN. BROWN. LAWYERS, OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST.. Corner of Main, so MEMPHIS, TENN. L. B. McFARLANO, ttorney t Hia w. No. 832 Second Street. sS MEMPHI8, - - - TENS'. M. D. WELCH, ATTORBY A.T HmJ No. 9f Madison Street, sel6 Memphis, Tknn A. WEIGHT, L. D. M'KiaiCK, IXXX 8. tllUBT WRIGHT, McKISICK 4 WRIGHT ATTORNEY8 AT LAW, in the Kit Williams Block, No. 3 and 4, up stairs. Madison Htroet- dec? FOR SALE. POPLAR STREET HOME FOR or Until 1st October, my home is for sale privately, on lair terms. If not sold by that time, sale will be made by subdivision, aelH r. W. ROYMTKR. Chance for Making Money. WE are desirous of closing oar business at Batesrvllle, on the Mississippi and Ten nessee Railroad. To auy one wishing to com mence bnstness, we would sell our small and well selected slock of Dry Goods AT COST AND CARRIAGE. For further Information we would refer to Mr. W.J. Smith, with Menken Bros., Mem phis. Tenn., or to us at Bateaville. seil WALKER A STANFORD. TO ARRIVE! PER SHIP " MINNIE A. 40 GENUINE ASSORTED GRADES, FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE GONZALEZ & BYASS, JEREZ DE LA FRONTER A, " SPAIN," OF WHICH WE NEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY B. J. SEMMES & CO. "" Having Yannlssee' learned t hat parties the Whiskey, we Jaereliv V "1,'S1 S1 BI'K Prt brand of Whiskey, and will ptiMLsh them nu me soie use anu control or the ' Yannissee" brand none U genuine without our brand on the isirrels. TO MERCHANTS ONLY ! () Our Stock i unusually attractive. We will keep it FreBhened by Constant Additionsof New aud Nice Tilings. Wt wiil try hanl to plea.se vou 1 ou are .Voir ray, we do not want "OTJMT. H- MOORE eft? OO.. HOB MAIN .sTHKKT. NKXT DOOR NORTH OK PEA BODY HOTEL. CUBBINS & GUNN, IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS BMiffgw MACHINE SHOP IN THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOC K OF NKW AND SECOND-HAND STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC WROUGHT IRON GAS AND Which will be cut and fltted to order, leu! urn lo FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS, SMd'leath'er beL8 UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis. Tenn. WILLIAM ORlilLL. IDMl'KD ORGlLL, Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS HARDWARE & CUTLERY, NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE lirK ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OUR FOREIUN QOODS. WE PURCHASE Ol'R if Domestic Ooods from the Mauufacturers. We are enabled to offer great advantages lo the trade. We are SOLE AUENTS lu Memphis (or tbe f till 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 many other articles too numerous to mention. Acrlcnlraral Implements in great va rlely. French Window Olass, Iron. Metals CHstiutrs, Belllug, Wheal Threabers, etc. mmT TERMS CASH, OR SHORT CITY ACCEPTANCE. my 12 COMMERCIAL HOTEL, CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS., IN OHNTIlAIi TA.H.T OF" CITY, M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR. JOHN PUNNETT, Of New York. W. J. PoKTKR, PORTER, PACE CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 140 Pearl Street, New York MILLINERY. C. DOHERTY, DEALER IH MILLINERY AW- FANCY GOODS, 338 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. W I am now receiving daily my Fali. Stock of Bos sets aud Hats in Velvet, PtrsH, Fra, Cactus, Stkaw and Satis : also Childbt.s's, Misses' and Boy's Fancy Hats. Velvets in Sile, Rotal. CxccTand Tabby. Ribboss of every design anil quality. Silk aud satins. Plfmks, Feathers, old Ladies' Caps and Hkad-Dkessks, in endless variety. My goods have been selected personally from the latest French Importations, and the stock is complete in every respect. Country merrhsnts are respectfully Invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. seal FALL FASHIONS AT Sonthern Emporium of Fashion ZaXx-aa. IMC. O. BLTN'TEn AW 11 res to call the attention of her lady friends and tbe public to the fact that she i NOW RECEIVING HER FALL STOCK Of the latest styles of Millinery, Fancy Good and novelties in DRESS TK1 MMiwus. aw Dress and Cloak Making, in braaebea, at 947 Main street. all its wis SMITH," FROM CADIZ, BUTTS SHERRY WINES. OF WILL .SELL AT in this ami other cities, nreipn.l m sell ' t 111 i i. t Iml tav-A vil I - : for v WP ",a-v iW"var atte,a,di to sell this as sellina; a SPl RIOl'S artiete. We have for nearly twenty years, and B. J. SEMMES Sl GO. your trade. Let us lie frank triih AND - WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES promptly snd well. One of the Arm gives constant st the building ol the very best L. DINISON. A. S. M'lrsA AND DEALERS IN J. V. MM Jr., . Lato of Memphis'. MISCELLANEOUS. INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VINCENTS INSTITUTION FOR THK INSANE, SL Lonis, Mo. This Intuitu, .n I was founded bar tbe sister's of Charity, Au- gust lu. l&jtt. It ia private aud nrat-claas in i its arrangement aud accoiumialatlon. In sane patients oi ooin aezes anu ot an ue noailuatlon are received, alsothose addicted in taking opium or other stimulants u i. tess anu iiessre to correct. For Terms, el.-.. aeply to li-. sITF.RIt(R. !yt lir. J. K. BAll)i:V or Ihe SISTER rxuir.. St. Clair Nurseries, SummerieM, ill. C - MILKS frtua IM.Louia.o 2D It.. F. BABtOCK, Pr un U. au.l M. R. B u t. Prouiltftor. 1W Hundred acres lu the fuitlvatlou of Kruit TeL At ipple-i a raagiilflcent stock of 2 aii I year olds, including all the leaning aou most popular southern varieties, obtained from reliable growers South Pears, Peacues, Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Cherries, train ees, U rapes, strawberries. Ra-sptxTriw, ete., In great "variety. Aeholoecolierfiouof ijof5--Ornamental Evergreen aud Dec'duujsaTrej -Flowering .Shrubs, Herbaceous 1 LtnLs, Bullr-. ere. Branch offiee, U and Moroe skjjat. seKrUw UKO. H. BKOWN. tien lAsamt. SPLENDID BUSINESS STAND FOR RENT. THE other part of our house affording suf ficient room for our purposes we propose to place in reach of competitors tbe Best Bwiaess Stud to be Had i the City by offering to Rent for the at twulK nion tits, the spasious Salearoont we now oc oapy at tbe northeast earner of Main and Jefferson streets. eit-' KOYS1 EP TRKZBTV ANT A ft.'. . LUMBER. LATHS AND SHINGLES. Lumber, Laths and Shingles. I HAVE now on band, and am constantly rawing, a full stock of Building Lumber, of all Ifimemilont.; SlUs. Joists Studding Posts Boards of all lengths, and clear Lum ber; also, a large stoek ot LATHS ANO SHAVED SHINGLES. Particular attention given to the shipment of Lumber. Orders solicited. mmT Mills and Lumber Yard on Wolf River, uorth of Bayou Qayoso. stodaw U. M. VKNABLE.