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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TE:Nr;N, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER BO, 1S69.
ESTABLISHED 184:0.
VOL. 30-NO. 3D
BY TELEGRAPH.
POLITICAL.
The Radicals fear the Result of the Peaa
gylvania Ejection.
Xew York, September H). It Is stated
that John Covode and Senator Wilson
visited the President yosterday.and urRed
him. in view of the doubtfulness of U
ry's election, to visit Pennsylvania again.
nud attend a Fair to be held at AUantown.
II. replied that he had already been ah-
sit a great deal, but would try to go
Mr. Covode then visited Secretary Cox,
and obtained a promise from him that the
larks In his department should go home
and vole without being docked.
CUBA.
Mere Mea aas War Materia
for the
Patriots.
Sew York, September 43. It 1 stated
that one hundred emi fifty-three men,
mostly Cubans, left this city oa Saturday
nijrht, for a destination unrepealed. They
got safely aboard the llornot, and it ap
pears oertain thai the steamer put to sea
ytaterday morning, carrying the one hun
dred and fifty-three men, besides a good
stock of ammunition and guns, three
sixty -eight -pounder Parrots, three Napo
Ksn, an J two tblrty-two-pouoders.
MISSISSIPPI.
Republican State &nveatioa---GM.
Nomiaatef far Governor.
Ateora
Jackson, September 29. The Batmblt
eia Stats Convention met to-day. The
attendance was large all the counties
except two being represented. J. L. Mor
r.k, of Warreu, was chosen permanent
President. Gen. Alcorn was nominated
for Governor by acclamation, R. C. Pow
ers for Lieutenant Governor, and James
Lynch (negro) for Secretary of Stats.
Further nominations will be made to
morrow. MISCELLANEOUS.
B..RDEAf., September:. A firs broke-j
out here last evening among the .shipping
aiui before it was subuned thirty vessel
laden with petroleum were consumed.
Nsw Youx, September George
Peabody sallod for Europe to-day.
Svrac'i sc. September 2S. The Repub
lican Convention to-day nominated Geo.
Vm. Curtia for Secretary of State, John
C. atoUnson for State Engineer, and Mar
tin J. Townsend for Attoraev General.
FOREIGN.
Frcai SoaJa.
M iDRrn, Heptuiber It is reported
in oftjrial circles that the recent note of
Sickles has been withdrawn.
At the Council to-day, Minister Serrano
presiding, it was .agreed to propose to the
fortes the election of the Duke of Genoa
tn Knur of Spain.
FROM 1TRKKT.
oT-NTioriJi, September 29. The
mediation of the great powers of Kurope
in the matters ait issue between Turkey
and Egypt has been satisfactory. 'oue
mt the points presontad, save one, offered
any difficulty.
FROM ENOHND.
Soithampton, Septemler, 3. The
vteajuer I'eutchland, which sails to-day
for New York, tiok (KMt',000 of specie ou
American aroount.
Londox, Heptemtier 2v. The nen s from
llio Janeiro is to the 7th irt-t., and luliy
. ontlrmx the flight of Lopez.
PKuM rEASrr..
Paris, Septemer 29. The Prince and
FrtmVN of Wali s Were received to-day
t.y Napoleon.
FROM fOKTlOAL.
Llsnos, September 23. The mall steam
ft from Rio Janeiro has arrived with ad
vices from r-tnuru.-y to the 22.1 of Au
gust. On the 18th the all led army attacked Lo
pez, u bo was entrenched at Cururjuattoy.
The Paraguayans were entirely defeated,
losing 10U0 men killed and 300 prisoners;
twelve cannon were captured.
Lopez, with lha remainder of hia ar
my, fled to Jgnacio, a abort distance
away.
On the 21st he was again attacked
ty the nltles and agatn defeated, losing
twenty-five pieces of artillery. Count
iV'n, the Genersl commanding ihe allies,
was, ai last accounts, closely pursuing the
fugitive. Owing to these victories, the
Paraguayans were compelled to abandon
all ther steamers, which fell into the
hands of the allies.
Forty-four of the British subjects who
had lately been held as prisoners by Lo
pz were liberated.
The Provisional Government of Ascun
euuu has declared Lopez an outlaw.
TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS.
fOCW YORK.
Saw Yoka, tV-aamber . -Cotton lover
sales lauv bales Upland :sjtu. Hour
Si 76a6 w. closing SaUV Uawer. Whisky SI ITS
el IS. Wheal Amber Ba, II its! tn Corn
SI frjsl Up. Kice and OeSssa Ms. Cabs Hugar
fillet Molssse dull.
ry ioda -Tlie disturbed stats of the gold
and money msikst hsa hud tu unfavorable
Inilueuue od trie dry good trade, which u
rtiararterised by less activity, and Is aouue
w us, iteyreased for various style of cot tan
fabric, Hamburg 4-4 brown goods arc re
duced lroiu IJ to W; io7-& from 1- to W; do
. w lucti do from lA to 11 ; Boston blue dent
ins are dowu from 1j to It1-; standard 4-4 bm.
rrotu . to ft. Patopsco wool rrom 16V to li;
.1 , col loo, fiviu 14' lo US-
CJM'IX.NATI.
Ciswinsati, tVpUUiber '.v.- family Flour
: 7sas ou. Own Vm. Oat. JJaia. Whisky
1 ii I .i k S&L Lsrti i. hulk tboaidera
16c; bacoa shoulders Is,, sides 2u. cleur
side is. Wheat, red 11 ial Re Heal SSb
Stutter VeX: astga I. Beet t'at lis IJi t-'oiu-iu
ju to Lairs S3 uusS Hi gross. Hueejv i. Mat
J ST. LOUL
rST. L-.ru'. HepuuiOer ;v. 1 .our. auperfltj
a: " !
V. Iieut o . UeU
tall. STScaSI St,
-..rn IC1..1 Uj. OaAa 47soT. Lit aiaK .
. M'Ulaky
1 il Kugar l.n ron. v. jsujk anoui-
stera I j S- "ides, isf Lard tt.S-
rJoCsioo.
t aiCA'iO. Heoteaure r Hour, springs!,
tis N o tt Wlieal l lu. t'oin7aS "at
: itveau. Hlgharliura si lu. Cuba Hugsr U1-.
,u. rork B TUSH (M. Lsrd WaS. Bulk
as eats I4,,al5; sides tnflaSU baws Vs.
LOUISVILLE.
LsajaavritM, September S.-FIour. aujMT
na K i'Ja5 . Daral SOstCJ. Usta Mv
latseao, sales 130 Lbds at S iOsli . l'ork
i. taCB (i. Baron 17. tsVlo 3US. ilam. 'Jia
ai'i- lj.rd ISalS' ,. w nlaky Si W.
NKNV OHLKAXM,
Nrw i uutAjratetemter 2. t'otton lows,
aale Wj inla n,i411)i - ' (s3i: r-iits
tdfiC. Klour Crnn r 4ts-Mor XX f7iaeuu XXX
i sj. Pork. - J - . it.w . cmitr at , Va-v.
I.:trd JSSs-jS' H . iVhlaky St a
I X7V. oold IXl'-.aUS' Hltfllllis elcLsnge
IV New York hlght l.llls lOslfP disijnt.
FOREIGN.
Iijos. Setesntsr Cmsois !; Ameri
ca u securities uUJH but kleadv . .- . ' .. iv - .
irtt S4; do. ot XutH; do. of "ST. SV;, K-io7f.S;
at Franklort7.-. Block ateady. rrvueli
ft. rites 7lf 21c
: Ltvti:M0L, sieptciuber W-Colioo, culler.
NUd 'Hug l'iyisn.i. JV'-W! tjjlcaua. lisa
a?d; aale, ins baiiis. ' Bllfortda white
TrVTiTL. c rJ uaVT". oj t
asssu.
THE GOLD PANIC.
Opinions of the New York Press.
Boutwell's Reasons for His Conduct
in the Matter.
its Effects in Boeton, Philadelphia,
Baltimore and San Francisco.
President Grant's Part in the Die
graceful Conduct of the
Gold Gamblers.
OUB SOON DISPATCH
Kbw York, September . The Time
says the crash In stocks yesterday evening
has, It ia said, seriously affected many
houses whioh escaped the crash in gold
last week. Houses which Buffered by the
tail in the gold market, and were brought
to the verge of ruin, could no: be expect
ed to withstand the double shock, and it
is expected that to-day will record the
fact that a vary Urge number of Arms
have gone under. If the Gold Exchange
Bank should fail to meet lta obligations,
or If a ran should be made on that insti
tution, it is expected that the crash in
Wall street will be entirely overwhelm
ing. That the bank is in a critical condi
tion la tait certain; that it has lot the
confldence of the brokers la a fact. With
this so f .port withdrawn from it, the end
ot that institution must soon follow.
The Htrald oalls oa Congress to enact
law on gold gambling, and holds Secreta
ry Bout well responsible for the pressnt
bad state of monetary affairs.
The Tribune says the feeliug against the
Gold Exchange Bank is Justly deeper
now than at any previous time, and the
general uncertainty In Wall street con
tinues, with an expectation on the part of
many that there are t!I troublous times
ahead of as.
Senator Wilson Intends introducing e
bill at the next session of Congresa to
stop the operstions of gold gamblers In
Wail street. He intends to make U a pen
alty to sell or purchase gold unless the
full amount of ooia sch is actually deliv
ered . "1
OfB WIOHT DISPATCHKS.
Skw York. 8eptemlsr 29. There was
a stormy debate in the Gold Room lo-day
and alternate remarkable depression and
buoyancy ou the Stock Kxuhange. The
failures, receiverships and injunctions
form a groap of events which make the
day without an e.jual in the annals of
Wall stteet. At the earlv session of the
Gold Room the following was presented
as the statement of the New York Ex
change tJold Bank:
To the Commltttsiof the Gold Board:
An official of this Bank went Ifuo the
Gold Room on the morning of the tit h
inst., and suggested to a few that it would
be impossible to clear the trans
actions of that day, on ac.
count of a rumor, but on a consultation
it was decided to be the dutv of the liank
to make the attempt even at some aarri
fioe. The bank assumed the clearing
movement in the usual manner, and re
oewssj Hi pe-vmeiit ot a t.Hianee a verv
large amount of gold and currency
waa necessary to restore a large portion of
these amounts lo Uie dealers, or wide
spread disaster would have followed, and
to do this the bank was forced to. .lepur:
from the rule of receiving all bnianee.- be
fore paying any, and went ou paying the
dealers a portion of the balance of their
statements, reserving a ssfe margin where
practicable, and trusting to the deal
era U make good any ovordealing
ou the dooi statement. This was
the course pursued ou Thursday and Sat
urday, and on Saturday- a u.j,ii i e- was
appointed at an iuforiual meeting of lb
dealers, to confer with the Directors, who
went Into an investigation, extending
thi-ougii haturdav and Hunday, on the
plan to declare uium dealers rejected from
the Clearing, and assume, the test as good,
the only basis of settlement they deemed
practicable. The bank acted on ibis in
paying dealers on Monday. The emer
gency of the settlement with the Clearing
House of the banks, on Monday and
Tuesday was passed by transfer
ring to the Committee of the Clearing
House, a sufficient amount' to secure the
bank. The bank has now at its control,
after a settlement w ith the Oleuripg House
Hi... sn amoaut not far frein its capita)
and surplus, with which to liquidate the
dealer's -statement, as soon as it can be
ascertained what is due from the bank to
the dealers and from the dealers to the
batik. It is the expectation that these re
sults can be approximated to-day, and
Irom all the evtdeuce now accessible, we
believe the bank to be solvent and able to
pay all ita debts. No complication- exist
at present, egoapt oti our dealers' slate
ments. The bank &es not failed or sus
pended. It has paid ail its obliga
tions, as hss been stated. It paid
Monday's obligations at the Clear
ing House in gold at par, and on Tuesday
(1,000,000 in gold, sod say (1,300,000 in
securities."
-in... j. A. M. BENEDICT,
Presideut.
The committee of twenty appointed bp
the Gold Exchange have worked steadily
on the statements of the dealers since l
p.m. yesterday, ami at 1 p.m. only two
statements remained to bo received, viz:
Those of Smith, Gould A Martin, and
Knickerbocker A Co. The net results, as
far as ascertained, is that the dealers are
abort with the Gold Exchange Clearing
House stoouf .. . of gold, which
suit i h. Uould A Martin, ej-e offering to
sell them at LSI. There appears
be no doubt but that Ihe Committee will
succeed in effecting the clearings on Fri
day's business, the settlement being made
oa the basis determined on yesterday.
The differenee between I'M and the actual
price will remain to be adjusted between
the dealers themselves.
A' 3:S5 p.m. the committee of twenty
reported to the Gold Room, In executive
session, that they b4 referred the matter
of making up a statement from the tjcets
of Smith. Gould A Martin to oumpetem
accountants, and requested to be released
from further duty. The report was ae-
. ; : . and agreed to.
The transaction, of Friday are settled.
The Exchange Clearing House and Gold
Board then adjourned until to-rnuK-ow,
The President of the Gold Room has
taws aaved with an injunction, granted
on the aprHiivatin of smjth, Gould, Mar
tiu A Co., restraining him from selling
gold on their account, according to rule,
The following resolution was passed by
ihe New York Slock Excbauge:
m Littler In gold will be allowed in the
Long Room until such time as the Gov
erning Committee shaii eflyct a plan es
tablishing a Oold Room, under the airew
tiuii ot this Association."
The tfWok Exchange, later In the day,
passed a resolution Lc deal in gold
in the Hall of the old opes
Board of Stock Brokers. Tho dealings are
loistgju to-morrow at II o'clock.
A meeting tilltf Joint Committee rep-
gthaXewfork City Bank, tiie
C.sarHy House and tba JTew 'ork Q U
Excbamre Bank, waa held in Shu parlor of
the Clearing House. At this t.cvtln the
Gold Exchange Hank, which made no
Clearings to-day, p reposed to the Claaring
House Camuuttee that the other banks
should advanoe 20 per cent, on the $2,600,
000 gold, paid by the Gold Exchange Bank
yesterday and the day before. In the set
tlement of their indebtedness at the Clear
ing House, which would enable
the Gold Exchange Board , to
pay their entire Indebtedness. The offset
of this would be lo release the other
sooaritles held by the t'ommiilfre, and
gle the Geld Exehawt,- Bank- Hbo.it
(300,000 in currency. Several banks had
agreed to furnish tho means to carry out
t ins proposition when it was learned that
tho bank bad been put Into the hands of a,
receiver, and consequently tho negotia
tions were stopped. The injuncjiqn was.
granted by Judge Co rdoxa on tho applica
tion of a twrson claiming to bo a!
creditor of the bank. The applica
tion for a nertnanent receiver is ro-j
turnaMo next 'Monday, and In fuo
meant linn Aug. Brown, of the law
firm of Brown, Hall A Vauderpool, has
been appointed temporary roeciver.
The associated banks agreed, in response
to tho application of the coisunsttee of
twenty, to keep open certified checks un
til 4 o'clock thjs evening, and if necearv
till a o'clock.
At the Stock Exchange the failures of
Chas. A. Meigs A Co., Julian A Co., and
Fuller, Treat A Co., were reported, and
stocks were sold out for them uuder the
rale. The Utter tli-m are payinsr dif
ferences, but were unable to take the
stocks tbey purchased yesterday. It is
believed that the suss9nsions will prove
hut temporary. The p&me of Lock wood
ft Co. was used freely on the -et S
having failed, and ii was finally stated
that they had made an assignment of their
affairs to Capt. John P. Aoker. This bouse
has for years been one of the wealthiest
in Ihe street, and was one of the most In
fluential. Their exact position in the
market is hot known, although they are
credited with holding large amounts of
rsctRc Ms;' Michigan Southnrn, North
western and St. Paui tMyks, .V;t op the
other hand, it ia said they have been snort
on New York Central for twelve months.
Tho money market was very unsettled
and nrt'julal during moat of the dev. with
transaction at 7 per cent, j1''; wrtu H i0
1 per sent, psc day for turning low priced
stocks and 1 . to 4 per cent, for saitying
NrU York Central till lo-worrow.
In the afternoon there was a decided let
up in money, aud the rate for call loans
finally fell to 7 per cent. Discounts were
out of th ..UHHtjo.'i eptlrelr, sterling
nominally 8 per cent. On the street gold
was lft) to 130!, snd the range at the Na
tional Exchange was from 1.104 up to 1SS,
dow n to 121, and closing at 131.S. Gov
ernments heavy and lower. The Assist
ant Treasurer accepted bills of 3.OiiO,O0O
at lli to llfi. The total offers nero $S,564,
050. The closing rates for coupons was si.
Fmm the Slew Yfri iii jai.i of SunJaj .
sKt ittTAHV Rrrwau.i.'a RF.SSOX FOR on-'
OiKlSir !li!' 8A1.K OF UULD YtSTFB-
' ssafll AiMyu J j n M n U j!
Washisotob, September 1h.
It is well known that Senretsry Bout
well some time ago settled upon thcpol
icy that be would sell gold and puri-haso
bonds only as the interests of the Govern
ment would dictate. He did not propose
to bo governed in any respect bv the op
tions of Wall street, as his nreileoessor.
Mr. McCnllough had been. I p to yester
day Mr. Boutwell has adhered lo this pol
icy with strict fidelity. He heard of the
liklit ..i the bulls andla?ars with supremo
Coldness. It mado no difference with him
which suffered. -'": ail the excitement
of the past few days did not iuovclpui. He
received L-usbels of teag rs m front Ja
Ooolte A Co, and other prominent (jankers,
aud read the frantic appeal of the Kudi-
1 1 r VU. ..: mi 1
i-l uiwnu lit Ji'lk llliir-, HI
last to sell sold, without effect. When
the excitement in Wall street reached its
!.. :. .'. however, tbe rrcsident went to
Secretary ltoutwell snd requested him to
sell iT"lii to break tbo "corner." This is
vhe aajljapalion of Mr. lloutwell's depart
ure lion; ill- pO!i-y i,opad ui.nKdl .m for
himself, and 10 which lie bad .ereto,' rt
adhered.' His best judgtneut, ihero U isa
sonto believe, did not approve of the xtep
he took yosterdav In orderinfr the AasrlsU
ant Treasurer at New York to sell ILODO.-
to
kTS
day before as being opposed to tho Secre
tary's selling, t wh prubaLly ibis Ibal
led biui to advise (loulweli to ball, not au
much with a view of smashing the combi
nation as of giving proof of hi opposition
to tbe Uoverniuent to raise s premium.
BOSTON.
From the Boston Post, Sept. 35.
The excitement in the eold market In
thls'pity is intense. Nothing so stirrinir
and deep has beep fcitneh-ici oinue lbs
noted perisl of the (ate war, as marked
the sUto of tbinirs yeeterdsv. The Mer
chants' r.xchiiiii-a lii.i lini: Hoi m, the
banks, lesdlUK brokers, aud oliior planus
ot business, were lhronge.1 during ih d'iv.
At tbe Heading Hoom there was a contin
uous assemblage, and the quotations were
watched w ith an almost unexampled avid
ity Brokers whose more immediate bus
lBVsalfc Ine s,ai3frf ill void were thoroughly
roused to the preeur'ious Mtusii. ;: - t ouh
time elated, at another depressed, as the
aurifnro'js coin advanced or receded. New
tork was in luoineptarv counnnni'-ation
bv telegraph, and the excitement pulsated
through tfie wires to Boston. Sj'-b i,oiv
the fluctuations that our bitsiuess men fell
a most unpleasant uncertainly, and noth
ing was done whioh was not required by
aiMtjluIe necessity. It was gold here, golll
there, gold tvnrj w here, aud all the lime
very little of the precious article to he got
in hand. The sober inercbsuls, the sedate
man of commerce, the hopeful "bull,"' the
impetuous ' bear" all were sorely put
tied and t rambled at tile apes i t4..
(iradually the quotations mounted' tlie
dizzy altitude of l-xl and from this re-i-aileij
fo 1S1 a cha-in which It was almost
appalling at tmea to bvb" d. But, for all
this, nobody staggered. The stflrm rageq.
but our business men stood firm. t was
a Hepteuiber gale in monotarv matters,
and yet no one fell prostrate. The stream
in and out at the Heading Koom was cease
leas; and from .State street to the Oold
Hoom. in Congresa street, then- was a con
tinuous stampede. Old gentlenit-ngauuod
t)Mr spectacles to see where next gold
would jump, biui young men watched tho
hgurss) with i.' 11 "ii"- i Lti-ij
fresh quotation that Has lied oyer tie wires
waa caught up and spread with almost
lightning rapidity. Menvartoulv l'Kiked
hopeful, doubtful, bluish, as tbe tigurea
were up Of down. Auxiety was tVpieted
op almt every countenanv. How will
(t US btrwise when the balance wheel, as
it ware, was so (Utsturbsdr A raging war
might lie expected to swsy 1 .1-1... :
unwon'ed force, but in time of peace, why
is Ibis f wss the question; and no salisUe
tqiT or soothing solution was given, l'au
iea Vfu ff8i and the worst of all are
those baaed 8b poid. ftostop j.as kn.twii
no such day sa yesterday br w in . fl'iough
at the close there was bws beat than at
previous bonrs.
Home good, however, it is to be hoped,
may come from the extraordinary excite
ment to-dav, for quite a number, evim in
t, .:. . who have escaped ruin, will not
be caught iu lust ay airain. A ease in
IKtint: At one time lift rerjor; Ihe
osses of one gentleman of this city ac
cording to tbe highest gold quotations, be
bsyina "sold sjjort," w;ere reported at
uirly s.ijn.mm. Uii mends sdvists) hiui
to leave the street Iqra 'while. iieridso.
In less than half an hour 1." conld have
settled and beeu twenty thousand I. Ho
has learned a lesson, however, and will
hereafter avoid selling what he does not
o-n st tbe time. How much better It
would be for the community if everybody
would 4.P the same.
IN i'lill UB.nl...
From the Pbiisdelphla Ledgnr, Sept. 25.
The worthy fraternity of gold gamblers
lu Slew 'ork yesterday converted Wall
street into a Bedlam, wheroof n tl rat -class
branch was also set up and put in full
operation on Third street In thia city.
Gold on Thursdsy night dosed at 143. the
prcmluui bat Ina beeu foroed up to th.it
i mo 1. 1 . .
Sure from JJ7 during the two praviorjs
gui'i. tfP ma K pecause no was ordered
do it riv nis sujieripr. "ipa risaiduS Is
mi . niortilied at the use pf bis name
ado in the fluid Itooin yesterdsv and tho
days. In New York the "bulla." aud
bears" began operations early ynsier.
uay morning, biiii telegraphic reports or
what transpired wore received in this
Th"o gold premium weut up and up till it
got aiKre loo. and then down again to 183.
J lie news apoad rapidly and drew crowds
to Third atroet. The brokers' and tele -
gran offices were mobbed, and exerted
people rusneu auoui in an directions, 'ine
ETSZXXZttSfi0?"?
and even t&ose astute gentleineu whose
(i -aJings are in gold and stocks were
piuasea. inquirers si nines eotiiu no
goi a quoiaiion ior goiu, uecauso no one
knew toaoartainty what tho pries was,
When the excitement was at its height the
" indicators refused to work. These an-
touuuo'a rooordera of the premium are on-
crated by telegraph, and although they
are a moat skilful and admirable means of
Instantaneously transmitting the fluctua
tions in gold, yet In this case the pre-j
miam jnmped about too wildlv lor them
to keep pace with It. Boy had therefore '
to be employed to run from the telegraph j
office to one broker's office after another,
ana cry oui ine promiuui. mis aatiea to
t .'i" Babel. To say that every one was ex
cited would tell only a part of the story.
Ko mass meeting, or fire, or political
y primary convention " ever exceeded the
exhibition on Third street yesterday. The
brokers could not tell whether they were
" long " or " short ; " whether they had
made or lost. No one could trust any one
else, and a groat mob of staring people
gazed up at the signs and in at the tele
graph offices and broker's windows, won
dering what It all meant. Tho flurry
oyer, the exoBenieni uO'jled off .ombwbat,
iud the afternoon was spent In cyphering
up the morning's gains or losses. Every
one on Tl)ifd Street, of coarse, had a rea
son to give for the wild speculation, while
a few deoounoed the heartless gamblers
who caused the disturbance. Such de-
nuneiat.ona, however, have been made for
many years, and things are getting no
better so very fast that people b un. to
think it useless to protest against them
longer.
From the Baltimore American, Sept. 85.
f i'.. t.u Mom;.
The excitement amqng the dealers (n
Sold yoslerday morniqg waa uuprece
entpd. and in the neighborhood of M -Kim
a banking house on Baltimore street,
and I'isher s, on South street, tho throng
was so itnmeuhe that it was dllfiuult for 1
pedestrians to get along. The market at '
New York closed on Thuneiay- at 44.H pre- i
mi um, and opened yesterday morning at
46, and ran up steadily, having at a quar
ter past 11 o'clock reached 60. During the
next quarter of an hour it fluctuated Iss
t WSen SQ and C, nd at 42 minium past U
commences fq dc;1inH.' At half-past 1
O'clock, v In... the excitement was at iU
height, and the premium had ad tauced to
62, the aiinoaneeaient was made that Sec
retary Boutwell had orderod the sale of
soUBoaa yf iJ'i(i lo-dav
Treiisurv. aud almost at ine saffl
from the
tHc moment
It was Himounced that the ""horts" had
bail : .i"u .1 1 1,1-u voiiira'ts lo t;.- an;ouut
of 3S,(HXMHiO at li5. This at ' ofice rrtutcrl
a panic, and toe decline was so rapid aj
New York that for about fifteen minutes
the bulletin lioards at our brokers were
momentarily chants!, froinjf ilutm to 55, '
53, 00, 47, 40, 43, 49, and so on until it
toa. lud li- Anr I p'ulojk, however,
the market 'was comparatively tea4y, tliq
premium waveriug between yi, and 3!, !
the latest quotation boing 'i'i. Tbe con
tracts settled at l&i were mostlv mado at i
iSTK'i 140, and tbe losses lo the "shorts" j
must be between five snd six millions of
dollars. 1
THK EXCITKMK.srr J. SXS 1 RAMCISCO.
S.i.v Jr'jiA.NClsco, Sjpt. 'Ji, Istfy
Ther V as a ruhbn the banksbore yes
terday tor gold telegraphh.' transfers, in
consequence of the advance in gold at
New York. The banks refused to sell nt
any price, apd ultbough the rush con-j
llliutd tp-ciay the lps sli)l reiusu to j
sell. The express tympanies uliarge tire j
per cent, to transport gold. Legsl leudera
are selling at ,o.
Prom the Xew York Republic of Satur
day evening.
ORAM'S PAKlit ICATION IN T11K OOLIi
(amulkks' m;bnbh.
Our vi ry full financial rejiorta will I
show v hat is the situation to-duy in Wall
and Broad streets. The battle of yester
day we gave In full. Beginning with the
morning, theacconxit el used wiih the per- !
trayal ot tbe deioat of tlie Beai.s fcy te j
Bulbi. i he intuitions of the (Joveruf.ieiii ;
lo sell four millions of gold and btiy in as j
many ljopds, demoralised tlw speculHtgrs.
That iuti'Uiiteuco we gave in advance.
oven of lis circulation on 'change. Now
whose beneficent act was this " bursting I
of the ring?" A morning pajter devoted i
aud proi ured to udVocste the Swrctary of j
inn i reasury ior ine i resiaoucv, says tnat
ho did It. in painful contradietion, and
in luiueutab!c extosiire of tbe reckless
nSO uaialy-sspi js of suejk a statement,
eame Mr. BnutwWl V cbuiplaiut to tbe
pubbc that President Urant bad ordered
hiinto doit against his will, and at the
instance of u member of the iirni of Jay
Cooke x Co. These facts are knowu:
The fioverpiueut smashed the ripg.
The benietary of tl Trpaspry isbti re
cord protesting sgainsl the order tiur the
sales of to-dav s gold.
President Urant overrode Mr. Boutwell.
Home New York merchant porsoadod
the Kxecuiive to order tho sale.
It is not Impertinent to ask a few ques
tions. Why was not direction given to
sell the gold on Tuesday? On Monday tbe
Bulls conspired to run up gold, 'i'heir
purposes and their power were exposed.
Tbey could have Wen defeated at the
stai t. Tliay Were let go on ior four days.
Thereby wer St.vrcs of mlllinns lqs,:, t:"iij
hundreds of credulous people who have
trusted their sayings tp soulless specula
tors reduced to poverty. The specula
tions of this week have been a national
seandal. The wrecks of yesterday are a
national calamity. Tbal scandal could
have been prevented. That calamity
eould have been averted. Neither was
done, and small credit is due to the doing
on Krldsy what it was disgraceful and
disuiaiivui 30H0 haye Jone ou Tuesday.
What docs It mean the publication of
the SecreUrt- Of the Treasury's brotest
against tbe order of President Or.mt sell
ing te gpldf Vt'lth'out, In this eopneo
tlon, considering the general propriety or
safety of the policy ot selling the surplus
gold." it Is due to uote that tho exigency of
yesterday demonstrated the wisdom of
such a course, if only "Just once," and
that, by as much as it was timely then,
would it have beeu ten-fold better, the
first of the week. But dintnissing this,
we inquire, how comes it that a Secretary
01 ipe i ressnrv is alio wen 10 proclaim
al.-ng with bis orders the stsiements
'This is decreed by the Presideut ng.iiiist
inywlU?'' Snob a freedom is incipient
insubordination. The Secretary of the
Treasury, the law requires, to "obey te
Bxenutiyn. To dlssept from xe'utive
orders at the same time he promulgates
them ia an anomaly to the people and an
insult to the President. Dissent is the
prerogative of an official who resigns.
Silent obedience is the dutv of the officer
who continues lu place. Let dissent be
kept for the private ear of tho President.
I.et not the apectacle of a munity iu the
Cabinet be paraded before the' public.
Our system sHjjpieisei u'6' right 0 opin
ion in otkcials; hut t does pot tolerate
leriors. Mr. Bourwell can resign and i
assail the President lust as memt
tiers of
Mr. Johnson s Constitutional Uounclldid.
For this there is precedent, if not pro
priety. We sincerely hope that in this bitter
battle of bull's ani Bears tl.e ...... -ie;.-
who have suffered have surBjrexl ep.ougb
to teach thciu wisdom, and (hat the un
scrupulously guilty hisve so been darn
agea as to forbid the hope of their reha
t.illtblipi, In sc bn.) a b)aigics.
The v, hole thing is a kiisn), i'i . u, in its
en'ail of bankruptcy, insanity and des
pair, Qambling on the larsest scale it
was and Is. Gambling in which the real
losers are the dupee, and tho crafty prin
cipals the largest sufferers, only on paper.
If the history of thia week has revealed to
tbe crop of fools, who make up the fodder
of these Hpeot.isorf, eRoush an Deri tig, or
enough aagscity to keep out ol'tbo destter
ate games ot desperate men, then has tj..
calamity not been withoul snsi'deral!e
tfj.eiie.'.'i- ..
DISASTEfTAT 8EA.
Loss of th'
Trade Wind-
-Several Lives
Lost.
tyt,w OatXAKs, Sejtteniber 83. The
e'eainship Clinton, from Oalveston,
picked up vesterday evenipg "ship
ahoals," two boats, containing Cant. ii r-
ril, the first mate and thirteen others from !
lae steamsnip iraue ina, tvnicn sttna:
the 24th inst. The second mats of the
... . . , . . . . . . . .s. :
hsat U atUi a4aaing,
WASHINGTON.
Opinion of Attefiey General Hoar on
Vir-
B,nl Matters.
; vvAaui-vaTox, September S.-It is said
.. ... , ' 1 , ,
j lo' Aiioruej v-enerai ooar u
I opinion that the Provisional Legislature
cf vinrinia. after Its organization, will
! hav authority to elect United States S,
! "tors, as such action will not be regarded
as Legislstir business, and will therefore
. iawfui
mmm
j
,
J
I
IQfV AUCTION.
UNDERWRITER'S SALE
OF 2Q0 PACKAGES
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Hosiery, Motions,
Hardware, Etc., Etc.,
(Slightly d&xuaged by WAtr)f
AT AUCTION,
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOCER
Ist,
I at ic otxikSL. j
aw WITHOCT LIMIT a liEtSERVL.-Ra
; - Fori cm 1
GOTTLIEB Sl EZEKIEL,
Corner Second and Adams Sir sets,
t. nOGERSON. auctioneer. sts?Q
Kxtttoalvt: Trsdo alc of
Dry Goods, Clothing. Notions, Glass
ware, Cutlery, Etc.,
AT AUCTION,
aw WITHOUT KESEKVE "a
Thursday Morning, September 39th,
TERMMC.V8Hi "ALB POHIT1VE.
QOTTUEB & EZEKIEL,
Corner Second and Attain ft.
A. X. Rooanspii. Aucijoncer. tSO
Elegant Damask Parlor Set and
Brussels Carpet
Will be sold
THIS MORXINU, at 10 o'clock,
At our Halcsrnom.
se.10 ROYHTK ft. TP.KZEVAKT A CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
w
ANlFD.-ACr w '
dress St., Apt-ua!
I Hi yocasrCalf. .
.rflcc. selO
CARPENTERS
ANp
J-i atiorprs Wnutocl
BV TC
Memphis and Little Rock R. R. Co,
T at Wharfbi! i'rriv I sniTfi.u i:
Clilpn strsst, lorjrriytictftc aid'ia.s(..v
of
road. J. L. Mt'IUS.
v3) Chief Knnlneir.
QUICK TIME T EAST!
Louisville Royts Alaya Ahead
SUMMER SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2, I860.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL ar XH FOLLOWS OK TBS
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city Urae) 4 Oia.m. 2:ta p.m.
Morning train tio.n Memphis ities not ran
on rtunday.
Leave Meniptns. city time, tiflua.rn. 2:15p.m.
Arrive at Nasshviile 11:J p.ui.aaaia.ut.
."l.-cptng Oars on Kvenlng Train rrom Mem
plus t.t Louisville, aud Mt inptiis n IjnshTtUe.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Cauhe propurarl sthei'i(rai)c.ny'sofflre.-J7 l-S
Main sfrest, aurt st Issinit, neucf of Main at.
Bu-uain- CLeckel ut Uepol, or by the
MMi.hU I'ltv Tr.nal.r (..- .. .. ... O
Private KehlJeiiee., or on bosrU Itoalf, to sli
uriiiuipsi pv.uiu hju-i ami oith.
HAM. B. JONR8, fnpt.
Kbli. Howci.t.. r.. iiK r AaenL soa
New Firm New Goods
80UTHW0RTH & THAYER,
STniOTJjT
WH0LEAL.E 0EAL.ER8
iv
Boots, Shoes & Hats
199 Main St., Memphis.
pb- At competing prices with any other
Muret. (loops Soto oxtt tu Mea
cgA-NTu, ttatisfHotiwn giirauteerj in ev.
ery lusta,noe: aaStVtew
NOTICES.
Wotioo.
Orricx Mkmphis Pitt It. It. Co.,)
8ICSETARY A.MtlBlCASl K.U S OrTICB,
M t-31 I'll is. Ttss., Heptenils?r W, lata. )
C'i;L lNs) of the bonds of this company
uiitturlne ou Ihe first of October nrtr
will I paid si thlS'ttttce. 21 Main street, eud
ai mt oince 01 r. il. .wyen
41 i o i'lnn
street, cw tora.st maiurliy.
sc-. J. O. HMITJI.
Treasu rer.
Mississirei amo Tkknessu R.iilkoad.j
rtecretary snd Treasurer's Office, V
Memphis, Tenn., itept Si, MS. I
f"tOlTrVS)of the First MortKaxe ,7 per ceut
st-ven ner cent. Iton-K
1 IhlH rolDDAnv
miii ti ring on thelat
lsto-t.oer next, will Is-pali
at this office at nisturitv
ea H. H. LAMB.Trf avirer
NOTICE
THk Stocsholpess or tna MarHis aP
St. 1-OfiS TaaTlaroaT a i ihm t 'vst aS ,- im
uurpiii uoiinou inai ine second instalment
of tsrent; five per cent, upon the capital
stock or ssld company has this day bmn de
clared due, payable at the office of the
lieoreiary and Trsarurer, Z Front str. et, on
or Lsfore the 1st . . i r
B) order of tbe Board of Directors.
A. L. I UMBUN8,
Ssi Secrctnri' ami Tress n rer.
TOR MOlXD CITY.
Memphis and Mound City Packet.
OAI.LTIN.
WszexuT, Maj.u-1
VV nlXTtm2ui ZM
leave Mound Cltjr at : and 9 aju!;
4S p.ui-
Landing at prefitmt foot of
EATING HOUSE.
R.BLOCH & LIOTARD,
jF-X.EIsT?5
EATING HOUSE,
244 Second Street,
MEMPHIS, : : j: TENNESSEE.
Open Day and Night ; 50 eta, per Meal
- -'
UCUBR DEALERS.
A.V ACCABO, B. VACCARO. A,. TAOCARO
A. VACCARO 8l CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC., Km, JTC,
324 Front Street. Memphis. Tean.
$25 A DAY
tK at borne! S3 entirely new articles
ioi sgsnU. Samples sot fseb. Aibtress
yf
sv dW u. U. UtA W, Alfred, ate.
BANKING.
PEOPLES'
BANK OF TENNESSEE
MEMPHIS,
ai o. avj AUnctisoxi Stroo t
;rW Receives Deposits and Deals In
fxchauge.
Gold, Silver, fnlted Statea, State,
County. City and lUilrosd Bonds, bought
end sold. Also, City and County Scrip.
pff Particular attention given to Col
lections. F, W. SMITH,
President.
fee 10 iUv
0. A. SHEPHERD,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FCTA0RS.
T. B. HAYNES & CO..
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
No. 204 Front Street,
MEMPHIS. TENS.
sel
P. 8. Jo.NKS.
J. D. Jonxa.
JONES BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants,
COTTON",
TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS
No. 6 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.
ae Coaslxnriient made us ty river are cov
ered by oi r-n policy of lusurance. st-7 daw
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
A- &4&f . V. PUBXS.
SADLER, FISHER & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANT8
No. 40 Madison Street,
Memphis. ; , -t Twine".
" CoiisUrnineiils ef Totfon snd otherPnun
try ProJuce Snllelttsi. Alwsv on hand a
ivmplHi" mwirtraciil of Plantation Honplifs,
Bsiutlnt;, K.i(.h sn. i Ties. set djy
DRUGS, ETC.
DIRECT IMPORTATION
OF
Perfumeries, Drugs
EMIOfIs.
THEODORE HOERNER,
54 and 56 Beal Street,
fonwr of ecopd,'
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST.
aw tit ANTITATIVK AN.M.YHRS made,
and written nqtorts furnished.
SWHavlnx wade arrangements with Pari
sian and German H-n;-. I his prepaitst to
isrnlsh to the tiad- and puhllc Kuersily the
H KMT AND Pt riT PKKt l MX at Im
porters l"rtces.
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared.
SW ON HAND, a large st.s k of Toilet and
Fancy Aitleli, Brushes, Sponge", etc., etc.
Tlio
-e21
Tiaclo
j mpasssH st i
HIDES AND LEATHER.
ASHBROOK & WHITE,
Successors toOao. Philler A Co.,
DEALKKS IM
Hides and Peltries
Hsgbtsst Cosh Prlcas PaU for
Hides,
Furs,
Deer Skins,
Beeswax,
Tallow,
Wool, Etc.
Constantly on Consignment,
Harness, Bridle, Skirting and
Sole Leather,
ADAMS STREET,
Betwts n Front Row and Water St.,
set MEMPHIS. TENN.
I. 11. THOMAM.
B. F. OROKS
THOMAS & GROSS
li'.MHi rhlERs OF
LEATHER
ASO DULKIK IS !S
Leather & Shoe Finding
Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip
Skins, Tannerg' Qnd Curriers'
Tools, Tanners' Oils, Etc.,
366 Main St., Memphis. Tenn.
'''. paid for Hldea and Lost be r In the
roneb sets
AMUSEMENTS.
BROOM'S OPERA HOUSE,
l Jefferson Street, near Main.)
I KM. H. M. Blioo.v
Lessee and Proprietor
Stage Manager
Leader of Orchestra
hablkv White
Prof, Krask Aims
Open E v o r y Niglit,
iiiMMKNCINU THCKSPAY FT'ENI.V(i,
t. . Kept. ISid. with a Mammoth Company.
Tbe entertainment foixinslstof Negro Mtn-iri-tse,
Songs and Dances, Fimc-Isncos. Bal-
: els. Iuetts, Qnarti.tts. KxtravairanrAts, Bur
lesues. Pantomimrs sod ''arces.
A-unisvion. .aic rrivaie notes, vt. se23
VARIETIES THEATER,
( or. M.nii and W&sh'rnton Sts.;
J. H. Etly
Manager
mage 3fanaiter
Leader of Orchestra
Pica Claskb. ....
Pllor. HSUTTt
riosort of tlio Mnsisoa
OPEN EVERY XIOHT WITH A POWEB
fal variety company,
ANO THE GREAT 6AN-CAN.
A'linUnon.&Oc; private Hoses, Si, se!S
Main Street Store for Rent.
LrPON timely application snd semdsnt ln
ducviaeut ottered, we will rent 6r one
rear from 1st Kepteiulair next, the Kront silort
boom now occupied by as. corner of Main
and JetIeiou atresia, with part of basement,
sua huvwek, thzvay cvT
COTTON FACTORS.
X. SC. Townsend,
COTTON FACTOR
ainV--'"
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 256 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE.
Bagging, Rope and Ties farnKhed eu
toniers. SUSLM U4W
. NKLSOX.
NELSON
!o. r. rrrua.
& TITUS,
Cotton Factors,
Commission Merchants,
No. 10 Jetfersan Street.
MEMpnw. .... Tssat!,
WJEaresuissiiiitolteW arm ot TUcs
ft A Co.. snd weuid be t,, l.uM
incir om riMMnwi roritlnt! tftt rr r.
wiui as. Vie nisi .ulicli a nr w lua uu-.l-
n of ttis PIsnUrs uf tbe iSoulti. Alirt-
ttlri-Ul. J L'J
OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS.
TRADERS,
COTTON PAOTOH8
COMMISSION MERCILVNTS,
No. SH Front .Street,
p0X81OXMEIT to ns by rlvor lnnrl In
and llberslriu.hsdvsn,'.r.upro.lui:r " l"c.-' '
unosi iQcTcassor oar buMoess U tbsbeNt evl.
d. c.-o of sMisfuciiua aiwa. seliw
We have Reaiavad ts No. 338, earner Frwt
aaa Msjaw Strertt. Ua stales.
Mag. Basyraa, 1U or White, Kerr A Bootes.
i... AJiCK, Panola ooualy. Miss.
Rootes, Vance & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
Asm
General Commission and Forwarding
MERCHANTS,
And Agents for the Sale of Cuanns,
No. 338, corner J-Yont atul Union titi.
Vp stairs, - Memphis, Tenn.
aW CucaitiBSseaU of Cotton. Provlsbms,
Its, "Ollrileu, urwl all orders promptly nilnt,
aw Having our own Warehouse, wt ssinnie
and weigh s!H oinni consisDed to us. UAw
M, f4 DOWDY,
Cotton Factor
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Xo. 254 Front Street, Memphis Tewn.
SW Uhassj) cash Advances roads
lUjautsuts.
RhWauaa, JoasW.Wi
Fs site t o., Tenn. Fsystte t.
on con -n7
am.
, teun
E. B. WEBBER & BRO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AM O
Qen'i Commission
Merchants,
330 Kmnt St., Momphjs, Tenn.
ssvi oitsiKniiu ills of i cttnu s,.jr r..,i r w
ersl ail vsures na.1. on oon-lnm. uu in tw
oaani up, nope an.i nsniaiion Supplies ritr
uisuw -s. utr ...... o. .rs.-. . ril, .ull
THOMAS H ALLEN & CO.
No.? Monroe St., Mom phis.
T. H. & J. M. ALLEN & CO,
Ksi..i..,n. .i iM mt),
No. ItC Common Rtrxsit,
COTTON PAOTO
se7 XCW ORLEaN'S.
A. T. LACEY,
Cotton r a. o t o i
AB
Qneral Commission Merchant,
No. J0a Front Streot, Memphis, Tenn.
sS" Liberal srtvsnecs made on ron.lmi
U4nta. and prompt attention giTun to fllltu
oraers. sell
ItontBT PLACK, 2. N. l -s.-ls
j as. w. A.vnaasoN. JacKscn, Tenn,
BLACK, ESTES . CO.,
Hucesasors W Morton, Rates A Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
I AND COMMISSION MfcitCIIANTS,
Nq. I stoaroe St., Mtatphia, Team.
IV v'onsluniAiis of Coit..n, ToOaisso snl
drain solicited. Uaaiflns. Hope sndallSop-plle-
tut ulsbed at the lowest rales, blts-ral
stsh advancements made on Cotton lu store
Off in trsnali, -s mi
W. L. HnVAKT.
Of Htielby Co., Tenn
J. H -4k.. -;i v
Late Msdbsin Co., can
STEWART & SKILLERN,
Cottoft Faotora
rAP-
eOMMISSJON MERCHANTS,
NO. 300 FKliNT STREET.
Memphis, Tennessee.
Will attend promptly to tbe sale of Co.
tou and Prodocc, and
nil ' r. i -rs ior sunpiiss
ii3
for it
1.3. BUaSW. W. O. P ATTKSOJt, A. nATCHITT.
of T.Vnteu, Tenn..
Late of firenada. Miss.,
BUSBY 4 HATCMETT,
COTTON FACTORS,
A.SC-
Gcn'l Commission Merchants,
No. 274 Front St. Memphis Tenn.,
a- Liberal Cash Advances made on Cotton
or Product). In hsnd or in transit, sepi.' daw
. McOek,
Memphis, Tenn.
It. F. Bekrom,
Late or Hbaae, Bell Co.
M'CEE 8l HERRON,
COTTON FACTORS
asb
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
254 Front Street,
Hot wen Court snd Jefferson, Memphis, Tenn.
sw Bugging Rope aitd Iron Tits rurclaliatl
at lowest market r&tes. net daw
T. A NELSON & CO.,
Cotton Factors
ajr
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. S Jefferson Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Liheral cash advances msde nn con
signments to them, or to their New Orleans
hiaise, VStaaSaS, Lanpuieb A Co. s3
.T.
Us. v qss ii. aa jej n,
COTTON FACTOR
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
314 Front Street.
Mt-mpliis, : : : Tcnnetasoe.
sVBaggJng and Ties fumuned to euto
mers st lowest narfcet rates. set daw
SHANE, HARRIS CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AJrm
General Coramion Merchants
2$4 Front Street, Memphis,
sea-We oouflns onrsrea sUkrUy to Iks '
sad Ins of fcvsjiias, and kaard touting 6
SpssatasV. e- ,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS
J. c. nur.
S. II. BIU.JK.V
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Grocers, Cotton Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
a n nsauas at
Plantation Supplies,Boat 4 Bar Store
No. 36 FBO.NT
Ii i , eon Court and Madison,
soft
MEMPHIS, TKVs
J. T FAuajs'S.
C. C. CIlY
FAR6AS0N&CUY,
Wholesale Grocers,
COTTON FACTORS,
330 Front Street,
Terms Cash. Memphis, Tent.
"K a-enosr reeelTla( one of tbe lantr-r
SS mill nest salectd r.-k-,., . uT. .
er bn our plsssure to offer to th mo.
ana to nrawetass Isiyers ws are prepared to
otrr lnducsauaou mat cannot bo sJfSlsaasl
aaesaekj Rh foffee all grades:
M oarreia sUOnad Sugar sd grades;
M hbds. Louiiiasia Sujfar nil jgrarfea;
5U0 packages Syrups and Molasses ail
grades;
Me kegs hi iri.sl) s fi i
2ta) boxes English Hods;
KiOO rkoge, Xew Mackerel;
600 pstihagoa VirginU Tobatssn.
30 laurels Robinson Con:y wn.uj-.
100 M Ilonrbon Wksaky,
lui " ReotttteAl WhAsky;
M Tobui ssoe White W UstF(
1C4 laAxea Layer Kalslim ;
tti boxes assorted Nuts;
100 cssKtHSardlnea;
loo . asos itraMr CStenks and Prsv bes.
r'or -siahy PAROASON A CtAY,
a X Front Street.
I'KA.1 C. PAlITEt.
B. Fkak Biuili.
PARTEE & HARBERT,
Cotton Factors
ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No II Union Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE.
r.NSlUNMKNTi rcspectiV.lly solicited.
t upon wblrh liberal Cash Advances will
ih ma.ie.
Alt Cotton eonstgned to at Insured, onless
olberwise Instrucled.
A full supply or r-iirAa R ;.e ao 1 Tios
constsntly eo hsnd. Carerai atteatlou glveu
to rilling ..rders of every kind.
sr We bavr secured the series of a ex-perleji.-tsl
rot ton man to give rucial sttsi.
tton to nvlghing snd srnpllng.
s: daw yKTFJ4t HARJIER-r.
X HILL.
N. FOJSTAIXR
HILL, FONTAINE & CO
(Ul CcSsOrS tO VlLLlJ.SSO.I, H ILL 4 t AX,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
COTTON FACTORS
AXD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
326 FRONT STREET,
MEM THIS, - - . TEMIE3dT.
HAVS tor sale, and keep coast art U on
hsnd, a mil assoriAQont. sssMSaSAsM au
part as fat lows:
W. nasks baeon;
"SW barrels Mvss Pork :
ltai sureis Jowls sod Rump;
2UU kegs Lard:
W hhda. Louisiana Hogar;
'3m sacaa Cottee :
Saw pkgs. MoiaswsA hhds..vjMs..h!fl rs.
UVJ p.eces K. UlUi ky Ba-mig i M.i M. K.
p. t.andorniui. sndjT It. F'a.j
V tons cl. -hraie.1 Arrow Tbs.."
Sf kegs Nslls assorted lti;
V burrels Flour;
N i tl.iaroliaalloe cut and gross Tl-rrtag
10 bbls-, pare. coprssr-dlstiiW Whisky
Us.' barrels rts-tiBtsl Whisky;
Hi barrels ItoLinsoo Coanty WLiskj.
Calling your utter'! ion to the above. w4 re-
spis'tluiiy r.Sjuts.1 a coAi-lnuailou ol yoor pa-
ironags, ana promise, by srrict attention to
MbMbsssi. wiih tbe Inu-nst ot our miaiiu
ever bvrore us, to tntrit It.
auslS .!. Hit. I.. FONT INE CO
M. L. Mr.ACTlASL.
A. C. TaJLASWaxx.
Meacham & Treadweii,
Wholesale Grocers
COTTON FACTORS,
NO. 9 UNION STREET.
Stonewall Block, - Memphis, Tenn.
t w
are now recelv lug s complete and cars-
fully jieeti stia-k of umn pnlra
Our SJSMst were sMjSBwa at very !owrat.so(
frelglit, and we offer lb. n to tlie tr.uie at Low
prie. I all and exaralae.
-' f pet-isl sltontion given to tlto sate of
Cotton, and mcslgbmenc solicited. seaJaw
THCH. V. NEKL, Iste of Macon. Tnn.,ts
admltied ss s partner of oar toonse. dat
ing from .Heywinu r 1, iaru. 'ilie slia.,i U.a
arm in future w 111 be smith. Keel A Co.
Ifc-ptember li, ISS. SMITH it WIG.
NEWRRM.
Itsn II. f kits, late of rimlih A Risx
Tm s. V. NsfL. iate of Favvtte voun. v. Tiuta
Uao. W. sjiTit. late of MtuUh A Bro.
SMITH, NEEL &. CO.,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
AJro
General Commission Merchants
No. 7 MONROE STREET,
Dot. Liin and Front, Memphis, Tt-nn.
ri' k respectfully ollited.
Orders for Rngginc. Ties sad Planlntl- n !sp
piles Sbtppett at lAwtstituii.is , wts.. icw t.s.
Eu J. Tatlob.
W. C. ! 1 1 . i. s r .
CK Dsttoto Co., Mla
iji Iie.-u.to Co.. .miss.
TAYLOR & RUTLAND,
WHOLESALE ANl RETAIL
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 304 FRONT STREET,
Mcabj and Rnnfs Block, - Mcatrnw. Taw
ssr CoostgnmAsaU aotlsWad. awn is
RALLY!
RALLY !
RALLY !
FRCIIA NTH took to your tntert-st. If you
! -1 wu. Qtt
w.u. uroeerwa, rsmtgiiw a
Was, liraj)
YKK .CO-,
at whoiesaV. totesVAlJoS .'aOYKJ
Whoieaais vi.oc.r BSMlOnUcn r actors, .Nos.
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