THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - SATUEDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1869.
FOR RENT. A Collate on Alabama street,
containing five ronmi, besides kitchen
mid aervanl' room. Fine cistern, wood house,
suable, etc.. ., on premise. Apply to
Mr. VOLUNTTNK. Alabama, near HU1.
FOR KENT. -A nice Hol'SE. containing T
moms. In a desirable neighborhood, on
corner Poplar and Orleans. Inquire at Its
Alaiu street. M MARTIN DALY
FOR RENT The large Store House No.
Front street. W. J- CHASE,
tj Poplar treet.
pOR RENT. Largo Front Room,
. No. M M
faroon street, up-atair. suitable lor offlc
11' ANTED. Servants for two small fainl
U km. while or black. Kelercnce n
quired. Apply at No. I Howard's Row, oca
ax-ANTED. A Cow with young CMC
dress M-, Appeal office.
uaRIi A room comfortably furnished
and cenirallv locaied. wltn noara, niR
ni,iinel bv a ventleman and his wife. In
there stebulfew ooaruer
address Mr. C. Appeal
given ami required
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Office of thb Daily Appeal, I
Memphis, October 8, lt. )
The looal money market is easier, so far
a the hanks are concerned, but we can
hardlv aav aa much of the general busl
uses community. The Utter still feel
much lnoonveulence from the prevailing
trloajcucv. To be aure.there has lieen an
Improvement within the pant week, but
not of such volume aa to make the heart
glad or the purse heavy.
The mo ement in the ataple put9 a enn
alderable amount of cotton bills on the
market, and, ao far as we can learn, there
is no trouble experienced In moving the
ataple. New York bills are taken at
discount, while on outside points la
generally the rate. The selling rate is par
an a rule, but exceptional cases are made
at H oft.
Citv Scrip is firmer. There U none offer
ing, but Ledger balances are In good de
Hiand ry brokers at 70c, who sell In no
instance at leas than Ifcs We do not
know what cause Isassaijrned for the firmer
feeling exhibited, except It be that the
proposed sale of the Little Rock Railroad
mock will help the city finances ao mate
rially that tax-payers are becoming anx
ious to buy. ,
County Warrants are dull and nominal,
i'ollce .Scrip is in demand iu a small
There Is tut little movement in Stocks
or Bond. City Bonds were sought for at
44 to 46c, but none could be found. The
feeling la decidedly better than aomedays
moo, and we should not be astonished to
bear of an advance at an early day.
Gold cornea in alowly. The demand ex
ceeds the supply. This state of affairs
will continue for some months, now that
cotton is coming in. Very many planters
Invest their surplus funds in cash at the
commencement of the season, and sell it
again, as their necessities) require, before
the next crop come in. Dealers buy at
New York rates aud sell at 1 to 2c ad
There were no aales of old Tennoseer-
bonda In New York to-day, and sales of
new are quoted at Uc.
Ltovernmenta opened strong, with an
adrtsidng tendency, but cioaed dull :
t- JU Bond of 1MC2
6-ST4 " 1HM
t-ao " 166
-20 " Islsj, new.
6-20 ' 1S67, "
o-ai " Men, " .
.stocks at the cloae were irregular:
Western Cnion Telegraph Co 36S'
Adams Express 54
Wells, r 4 Co.'s Express 25
American Express S4
C oiled States Express 54
Merchants L'niou Express UK
New York Central 174H
Michigan Central 121
Illinois Central 133H
Cleveland and Pittsburg 96i
Chicago and Northwestern 71S
" ' preferred. 84
riewelsnd and Toledo
Kock Island 107 K
St. Paul 68V4
St. Paul, preferred Kt
Fort Wavne 85K
Ohio and' Mississippi 2H'H
A very high and deserved compliment
hag been paid our fellow-tow nsman, Mr.
A. J. WMcott, the well known cotton
uttjei, by hla aptointment from the
4'haambar of of the city of
Provide) as their representative in the
sondng Conamarclal Convention at Louia
allle. He leaves ob Monday.
The aales in this market to-day amount
ed to about S00 bair-r. which was taken by
a large numlier of buyers, nearly all in
the city participating. Prices were not
sustained throughout the day. and varied
probably .e on all grades from the open
ing to the close. There was some differ
-nce of opinion among sellers whether
prices were batter in the morning or in
the evening, but from our information,
after a thorough canvass of the market,
we think that the aalea made early in the
day acre at better figures than those
made later. Among the prominent sales
were 7 Hood Middlings at 25c; 30 do
lH-; 2 dc2r.V: It Strict Middlings 25c;
IS Strict and Uood Middlings 25c ; lo good
style Middlings UKe; 10. 63, 60, 46, 34 and
15 nt 24fcc; 46, 25, 3U, 27, 20, 60, 34 and 20
Middlings at 4Hc; 80, 20 and JO Middlings
mi MM! a, 20, 10, 18 Low Middlings at
attic4 60 do st 14c; e Strict Qood Qratjg.ary
COTTO.f ST AT mi EXT.
I H4MBKK OF foil .1KB' h. 1
Maura is, Octobers, 186U j
Stock on hand Sept. i, 1800.. 94
Keoelved lo-dav 1350
Received pravloualy 10,157 11,496
Shipped to-day 1S31
Shipped prevlooely 6461 7782
rsteek B hand SUM
Receipts per M.AC. 101; M. at T. 267;
M. A O.607; L. R. ; River 304; Wagona
Exports were per M. A C. R. R. 362;
M. A O. 980.
nw TOWf WWSgtTSTXTKVliSrT.
Balsa for the week 17,937 bales, of which
spinnera took 6426 balsa, speculators 2896
InUvs, far export 1387 balsa, in transit M0
balee, and contracts 6950 bales. RovipU
for the wewk 18,345 bales.
Liverpool, October 8, 11:15 a.m. Cot
IM 8ai ; hsJm, 7 ju balee; I'plaoda, 12d;
1:90 pjn. Cotton oat and unchanged.
CpUnda, 12d; Orleans, 12d- Week's
sales, 86,000; for export, 10,000; to specu
lators, 10,000; at., k on hand, 489,000;
American, 48,000. Weak 'a receipts, 78,000
balsa; American, Sou).
JtEW TOk sABKKT.
New York, October 8, 10:25 a.m. Uold
opened at 131)4, is now nominally : .1 . .
Cotton quiet and weak Low Middling c
Mobile thii Orleans 28; Oood Middling
2:10 p.m. Cotton weak but deemed fair.
Sales 1800 bales, Low Middlings 28V, . l p
bxndi . ; Uood MiddUnga 'A ; Mobil
27)i; Orleans 28. Sales of 1000 bales for
futuredeli-ery, including .ctober, at 26!
November, st 26 and TVcember at Wk
i p.m. Cotton irregular and heavy
Sales for export 1186 bales; spinning 15y0
unecnlatioii 180. 2jo in transit. Sales of
fan lialea includimr October, at 26. Low
Middling 264 : Mobile 27; Uplands 27."
Orleans 28; Oood Middling 28J4.
NEW ORLKANS MAKKKT.
Nkw Orlkass, Octobers. 12: 1 P. sc.
Cotton Tie stock being vary light , causes
much firmness in prices; middling 25
254 : sales 800 bales.
2:30 P. at. The demand for ootton is
moderate and prices firm ; sales 2,000 bales
of middling at 25Ha254.
Business is active and prices are almost
dally hardening. Nearly all descriptions
of staple plantation goods are scarce and
hla-h. The order trade continues active
and planters are sending In their cotton
rapidly, to pay up their obligations. This
is the right spirit, and will do more to
gain the confidence of our merchants t han
anything they could do. No business
men In the South, in proportion to their
means, have done so much for the people
of the Interior as have the merchants of
Memphis, and all they ask la a disposition
lo re Day as fast as possible. While some
think t'hut the news of a good crop this
year In India will keep the price of the
staple down, we think that it is
yet too early to form any cor
rect opinion of the result of me
India crop. The vicissitudes which It is
subject to in that country are even more
numerous than here, and prospects, how
ever favorable at present, can be no crite
rion to base an opinion upon
At a late meeting of the New Orleans
Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Fosdick, the
President, offered a resolution asking that
the National Board of Trade shall regulate
the grades of flour inspection. Col. Sap-
Dimrton. of Arkansas, was Introduced to
the Chamber, and made a modest and
very lucid description of the railroad pro
posed to be constructed upon a levee be
tween Little Rock and Vicksburg, thence
to be extended to New Orleans. This road
will place New Orleans In direct commu
nication with Dacotah and Kansas City.
Col. Samiinsrton stated the distance of
these points at about the same as from
New Orleans to Kt. IuLs. On motion of
Mr. Summers, the Chamber adopted a
resolution endorsing the advantages of
the proposed railroad and levee, and re-
lurating the Legislature of Louisiana at
It next session to furnish the aid and
facilities neoeasary for ILs thorough exe
Ale and Berk Scotch Ale, pints, 83 to
50; Cincinnati Ale, in kegs, Id to 6 26;
half barrels f 10 50. Beer, half barrels, 11 ;
where packages are returned, 83 off.
Baooino The market U firm and all
kinds are scarce; 2 lb 29 to 30c; light
weight 21 to 22c.
Buttkb The supply N lair and choice
grades are In demand at S3 to 36o ; good
27 to 30c.
Beans Choice Navy f2 76 to 3 00.
Bbooms No. 1, 5 to 6 60 per dozen ; No.
S4 to 4 60.
Broom Corn Weak at 9100 to 150 per
Beeswax Steady at 30 to 32c.
Buluer's Material Cape Lime In
lots on levee $2; from atom, $2 25. Ala
bama at depot 2 10; from store, $2 25.
Louisville Cement, $3 25 to 3 50 In lots.
Rosendale, 84 50 to 5 00. Plaster S5 00.
Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 75 lo 3. Eire
brick 85 to 6. Building Brick 8 per M.
Coffke Prices continue firm and stocks
ample. Skimmings are 19 to 20c; Rio 21
to 24c for common to fair ; prime do 25 to
27c; Laguvra T, lo ale; Java iSo lo 3sc.
lornmeal The stock is light; 50 bbla
on levee sold to-day at 95 50. Local mills
supply at same rates. From store by
single bbl v. 75 lo 96.
Cheese Light stock. Factory, 18H to
19c; W. R-, 17,'j to 18c; Swilz. r, 30c; Lim
Cotton Seed The receipts are vary
good for the season. New seed In active
demand at 913 delivered sacks furnished
by the buyer.
Coal Pittsburg dellverd at (1 yt per
barrel, and to steamers 60c. Mt. Csrbon
to citv trade 90c and steamers 50 per bbl.
Cotton Yarns dull. 400, 22c; 600, 20c;
600, 18c; 700, 17c
Crackers Pilot, fic; butter, water,
picnic, 7c; sugar and milk Mr; cracknel
biscuit, 35c; shipping soda V; extra 8c.
Canned Ooous Peaches, 2 lbs, 92 75 to
00. Oratcra, standard brands, 91 75 to
75 for 1 and 2 lb. Brandy Peaches 5 60
to 6. Cherries 85 75 to I 25. Blackberries
2 75. Strawberries 83 50. Pineapple
to 4 25. Tomatoes 9V 69. Sugar of
Lemon 94 50. Jellies, tumblers assorted,
93 25; goblets, half sUe, 93 50; full alz,
Lkh Stock light; selling at 35 to S7c,
hough one small lot was sold at 32c. The
demand is good.
FloI'R There is no change In quota
tions, though the stock is large and all
grades are dull. We quote Fine $4 50 to 6;
Supers 60 to 6 00; Family 96 50 to 8;
Fancy 98 60 to 6 2&.
Eklit Large supply or ..ples on
hand. Selling at 92 to 4 per barrel, as to
ualltv and condition. Dried Apples 7 to
Peaches 10 to 11c. Lemons 914 per
box. Oranges 90 50 to 7 per barrel.
Pekd The recelptg tn-dav were heavy ;
but nearly all the Corn arriving is for re-
ahipment. We note a aale of 130 sacks
white on levee at 91 10, and 55 sacks
sm, si av. ).t. .rw.olr. . m.ll w o I
evee sold at S8c. Bran 123. Havlsnrm;
40 t.alessold at tM f.J.
Pisa Mackerel, No. 1, bbls KM; X bbla
tU &0; kits K 90 to S 00; No. t, bbla tl5 50;
H do Sb 50 to V 00: kits $2 25; family. In
bbla 114; H do. $7 50; kite fx White fish
e1 06 Lj p 00 in S bbla. Sardines, quarters
10 per eases uK es 932 5u. Fresh laks
lish, loc per lb.
HIDES Dry Flint 21c; Dry Salt 17 to
ac, Ureen Mall li)ic; Ursen ; Ieer-
klns 30c per pound ; Sheepskins 25c to fl
H ard w arb Demand active. Mails M
90 to 5 rates. Hollow ware, 5 to 6c Cob
ins' A Hunt's axea, $15 per dor. Bar
Imon Tibs Prices are steady at 7 to Sc.
Molasses Cuba 65c; Louisiana Hugar
House 85e; Uolden Syrup M 10 to 1 lb in
barrels, and 10c additional in kegs.
Matches tH 25 per froas for 2fo. 6.
ii LT Almonds 30 to 32c. Cream, Fil
berts and English Walnuts, 17c. Pecan,
Naval Storks Tar In kegs, $6 25 to
f 75 for pine; In 40 gallon bbls. $8 to le 00;
pitch, 15. Kesin, fl 50 to 7 50. Oakum,
$5 to 6 50 per bale.
Oils Coal, 38 vo4oei Lard, fl 60; Lin
seed fl 18 to 1 25; do boiled fl 35 to fl 50;
Tanners f 1 10 to 1 25; Lubricating tt M !
. , . " I
f 1 35; Castor f3 50 to 3 75; Turpentine, 50
to 60c: Olive 2e ox bottles. flO nor basket. I
rui ltby t ouug ana oia t blckens are
selling at f4 to 5 per dozen. Ducks $5,
PbodccbI Choice Onions are in demand
at $3 50 per barrel. Potatoes are In good
supply and held at si WO on leva and tl
In atore. Turnips f 1 to 1 25 per bushel,
ft wast Potatoes fl to fl 2C per bushel.
Pbovihios There la another advance
In Bacon. Clear Hide are held to-day at
tie in a small way, but il V is the ruling
price in ots. Shoulders 17. to 18c,
Mesa Pork Is dull and nominal at
CM 00 to 54 50. Prime Mean f31 to
31 50. Rumps f2R. Choice S. f. Ham 24 to
25c and scarce. Country Hams alow st 18c
Breakfast Baoott 22c. Lard steady
2v to 20Hc; kags 21 to aic; paddies 22c.
Mw Beef Thomas' bbla 8; bbls
i 915 to 1.V-,
Scndrikm Euglish Pickles, assorted,
95 50 to 5 75; American, pints, 92 50;
quarters, 94 50; half gallons, 95 76. Mus
tard per case, 91 60 for quarter ib; Ken
tucky quarters, 81 75; halves, 93 50. Ma
son's Blacking 45 to 75c per doz.
SfOARs The market is weak but not
q notably lower. We quote: Crushed,
Powdered and Oranulated 18c. Coffee
A, 17Hc; B, 17c; C Extra, 17c; Demarara,
M to 17c; Louisiana old process, 16c.
Prime, 15Kc; Fair, 14c; Common, 134c;
Y. C, 16Kc
Soda In boxes, 8c;' kegs, 7c.
Starch 7H to 8c per lb.
Snuff Garrett, box, 916; packed, $18.
Shot Drop, per bag, 12 90 to 3; Buck,
93 15 to 3 25. Pig and Bar lead, f 11 to 12.
Soai Palm Soap, 6c; No. 1 do. 7Jc.
Panola do. 9 to 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Ex
tra Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported
do. 25 to 28c.
Salt Bbls of 280 lbs 92 85 to 2 90;
Large 93 75; Common 93 50; Dairy 93 00.
Spirits The market Is not well sup
plied and Ilighwines are firm at 91 20 to
91 22. Common to proof Whisky 80c to
Vinegar Cider 98 to 10 per bbl ; Wine
912 to 15.
Wheat There Is very little coming In
and prices are steady. No. 1 red and
white 91 25 to 1 35. No. 2 91 10 to 1 20.
Inferior or rejected 80 to 91.
Lbatheb Heavy hemlock sole 35 to
38c; oak do 42 to 46c. Harness oak 42 to
45c; upper No. 1 948 per dozen ; No. 2 945
do ; French calf 945 to 75 per dosen. Tal
Tobacco All grades of manufactured
Tobaccos are firm and advancing. Fine
Natural Leaf light pressed 91 to 1 10; Fine
Fancy Virginia 90 to 91; Fine Bright
pounds SO to 90c ; Medium Bright pounds
70 to 80c; Common Bright pounds 62 to
70c; Good Bright quartered? to 75c; Medi
um Bright quarters 62 to67c Smoking
Fine and Fancy 60 to 80c; Common and
Medium 35 to 50c.
Llmbeb The demand for lumber Is
active and prices steady. We quote aa
follows: Framing timber, 925 per M ;
roifgh lumber, 825 per M; dressed yellow
pine flooring, 940 to 45 per M; dressed
poplar siding, 92o; dressed white pine
ditto, 935; dressed clear white pine, 980;
cypress shingles, 84 60 to 95 ; white
pine ditto, 95 60 to 98; sawed lath, 92 75
t 93; doors, 3x7, 94; 3x8,95: 3x7,94 50;
2-0x6, 93 25; ash-xl0, 75c: 10x12, 91:
10x14, 91 25; 10x16, 91 50; 10x10, 91 75;
10x20, 92: 10x22, 92 25.
Now is the Tine to Repair the Inroads
made upon ihe physlnal strength by Uie
heated term which has closed with Hepiem
ber. The vitality that has been ooslng
through the pores In the form of perspira
tion, for Ihe lanl three months, requires to be
replaced, aa a preparative to tha cold season
which makes such disastrous havoc with re
laxed and untoned systems. The reserve ol
vigor wiui which the stoutest man oom
inencee ihe Hummer campaign Is drained out
of him at Its rinse, and unless by some means
he aequlrea a new slock of vital energy
wherewith lo encounter the shock ol scolder
season, he may droop and wither like the
falling leaves whose life-Juices are exhausted.
If ll s thus yrlth the strong, how much uinrn
perilous Is the condition of v.ic aeujk and
ailing. Their reason must aagges tu them,
more forcibly than these printed words, tlia
necessity for imvioobation, and the world
having decided, after an experience of al
moat a quarter of a century, that HuHTET
TKK'H STOMACH BITTKKX embrace such
restorative properties as are not possess!
by any other tonic and alterative prepare
Uon In existence. The Importance of resort
ing to thai great Kk.vovatob ajtd Ueollator
of THE Bt'KA.N KACU1.VE, at this critical sea
son is as obvious as the light of day. Let aJJ
who desire to escape an attack of uhUl and
fever, bilious remittent fever, dysentery,
diarrhea, dynpepsla, rheumatism, hypouh
ondrta, or any other diseases ol which the
Fall season Is the prolific parent, have re
cource promptly to this celebrated prevent
lva and restorative.
Ne Cure, No Pay ! Stone's Tonic Syrup
cures Chills and Kever, or money refunded.
roiu d- aj. nueir. r. Jiajn street.
Try Dr. Gailmette s
EXTRACT OF JUNIPER
IT Is an InfUKlonof the berries of theoele
hrated Italian Juniper. In the beat unallty
of gin, and Is superior to all other remedies for
Disease of the Kidneys,
Debility of Stomach and Bowels,
Catarrh of the Bladder,
Brick Dust Iopolt lu Trine,
And all Diseases of the Vrtnary Organs.
For sRle by
W. N. WILKERSON I CO.,
040 Main Hi .. Memphis, Teun.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
DPI. J. 6 SCARBOROUGH
If AH permanently localed In Memphis, and
XX will treat C H Hon
MSB lsi-s ol STerV des
cription. For venereal Disease he has an
IKFAI.LIBLB specific that removes every
veat'ge of the disease, without giving mer
cury. Those suffering with loss! uri ion or
scaur I La he sc. . ; i;iy Invites to av all theui-
eeitesof bis treatment, feeling assured, firiro
eiptrience, triat he has discovered the reins
dies a Merciful Providence has provided for
these formidable and hitherto coiisldaicd In
curable diseases. Ladles aiUlcled wfth dla.
eases peculiar to their sex successfully treat
ed. All communications by letter promptly
answered. Office ts -Seoud st., I 'p-Stalrs.
XD OLPEKT I NSTITt Tl ON
IN W(: 80UTHWEBT;
ESTABLISHED M I W YEAR8
And the only reliable place for the
Cure of Private Diseases.
north side of
No. 42 Nortk Court Street,
IVmrt Bqaare. Memphis,
Tenu, Is acknowledged b
ged by all
parties interested aa by
as by far
The Most Successful Physician
IN the treatment of Private and aeeret dis
eases. 4.uUk, thorough and permanent
cures guaranteed in every case, male or ;e
' mala. Recent cases of Ohonorrhea or Hyphl-
Us cured lu a few days, without the Use of
mercury, change of diet or hindrance from
baslnesa. rV-udary Hyphllls, the last veetlge
trarilaarrri without the uas of mercury. Suf
ferers from Fmpoteney. or loss of 8exual
Power, restored to free vigor In a few weeks.
' Uleel or Ohonorrhea of loua slanJlnx. when
all Internal remedies have tailed, permanent-
ly and speedily cured by a new treatment,
Victims of aiUf-abcse and excessive venery,
suflhrinafrompermaUrhf acdloBSof phy-
steal ana mental j
al power, speedily aud par ma-JS-
All normOtaUona strictly
aurofflce hours from a.m. to 1 n m.. and 2
to 8 p.m.
R. J. B. RtJBHELL, Consnltlng Phyalclan.
. O. WARRAN, Secretary.
Treaties on Chronic IKssaaes furnished free
on application. aplfi daw
Memphis City Directory for 1870.
'IMIK canvass for this annual publication
1 has now commenced, and the book will
1ms issued aa usual. The company Intent!
making the coming work aa complete and
accurate as la possible, and refer to their last
Directory of this city as to their ability to do
nil tm y promise.
Publisher" of the Memphis, New Orleans.
M'ibile and Lul.s ille t'tty IMrectnrles.
R1CHAKU KDWaRUM, Hun't.
H I Hi i I Tl ... .
l. boABpa, Usaaral Agent.' K.
QUICK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Route Always Ahead
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS ON THB
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city time)!. uua.ru. '2:46 p.m.
Morning train from Memphis does not run
Leave Memphis, city time, 4 :00 a.m. 2:45 p.m.
Arrive at Naashvllle 11 :46 p.m. ;:un n.m.
Bleeping Cars op Evening Train from Mem
phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured atthcCompany'sofflce,SS7 1-2
Main sireel, ami hi ienoi. neau or niuo si.
... f -
Checked at LKjikk. or by
Transfer Company; at Hotels
Private ltetildencea, or on board boats, lo all
orlucinal Dolnta Kast and "ortu.
SAM. B. JONES, Hupt.
Bell Howcll. Passeniier Airent. hojo
U. S. MAIL ROUTE TO
LITTLE ROCK & HOT SPRINGS
Memphis and Little Rock R. R.
Chidester, Searle&Co 's Stage Line
ONLY 30 MILES STAGING.
ALL IN DAYLIOHT.
Through to Little Rock in 24 Hours.
fS AND AFTER MONDAY, 2UTU IN8T.,
Will leave Memphis dally, at
annul dally, at t:0u a.m
Little Bock dally, at JCOiip.ra
connect with staue at Little
Tills I ne connci
Bock for Hot Hprlngs, Korkport, Arkadel-
fihla. Washington, Princeton. Louisville, Tu
ip, Camden, aud Eldorado hours quicker
than any other route.
Tickets sold at Ticket Offices of
Memphis and Charleston Railroad,
Memphis and Louisville Railroad,
Illinois Central Railroad.
Memphis and Little Bock R. R.. iu Madison Ht.
B. D. WILI.lAMH.
Ueneral Airent and Superintendent.
M. OW EN, Ticket AgenL aeM
HIDES AND LEATHER.
ASHBROOK & WHITE,
Successors to Oso. Phillbr A Co.,
DEALER! J N
Highest Cash Prices Paid for
Constantly on Consignment,
Harness, Bridle, Skirting and
Between Front Row and Water St.,
sel MEMPHIS. TENN.
1). B. THOMAH.
B. F. UROHH
THOMAS & GROSS
AND DEALERS IN
Leather & Shoe Findin's
Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip
Skins, Tanners' and Curriers'
Tools, Tanners' Oils, Etc,,
366 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
aw Cash paid for Hides and Leather In the
BOOTS AND SHOES.
1869 BOOTS & SHOES 11870
JQSEPH S. LEVETT & CO.,
(The Oldest Shoe Rousi' (u Uemphls),
Dofy O o xxx potltlon,
Respectfully invite Dealers and Planters to
call aud examine our new stock laifore pur
chasing. JO-. 8. LEVETT & CO.,
aeV 8SO Main, corner Union 8 reet.
G000BAR & 6ILLILAND,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
201 MAIS MTREKT. WKBHTER BLOCK,
We aro now rcv.lv tag our fall stock, the
largest we have ever offered to the trade.
Mbhchavpi will Bud It Ui their interest lo
examine Wataaa buying. angll
New Firm New Goods
S0UTHW0RTH tl THAYER,
Boots, Shoes & Hats
199 Main St.. Memphis.
.1St At competing prices with any other
Market. 5oois Soi l oi. lo Mkb
chants. Satisfaction (ruarauleetl in ev
ery instance. se30ditvv
T. L. Ai.naN.
L. F. OVEBTON,
For purchase of Cotton, and aale of every
description of Western Produce,
No. 87 Main Street, Ltttlo Hook, Ark.
sr it-tei .o Thus. U. Alien c Co Ouy. Mc-
t lellan ft. Co., Meactiam a ireauweii, ncni
field ft Uaixauer.
R. BLOCH 8L LIOTARD,
244 Second Street,
MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE.
Open Lay and Night ; m cts. per Meal
AND HORTICULTURAL FAIR
SHELBY COUNTY SOCIETY
ILL commence at the Fair Grounds, near
" Memphis, Tennessee, four miles from
the city, on the Memphis and Charleston
Monday, October Bfj
Continuing six days, until Saturday. October
30, IS.S. Hnltable premiums are offered for
AKrieuiiurm implements, Machinery. Me
chanical Inventions, Products of the Field.
Ourden, etc., Fruit and Flowers, Palnl.ngs
and Drawings, Textile Fabrics aud Materials.
.siiuerai-s, I'neiuicajs, roultry, Hheep and
nwine, cattle and Horses,
AMOUNTING TO OVER $10,000
The Premiums on ootton alone amount to
For nearly all of which the Society are in
debted to the liberally and public spirit of the
COTTON FACTORS OF MEMPHIS
a inuninrence worth r
of one of
the flrsj cotton marts of lot world, have tc.
aered la use society 18080 In Premiums, to
applied aa they designate In the following
CLASS 0 No. 10.
Best One Bale of Cotton, the nro.
duce of Tennessee Dip. and Jf0
COTTON FACTORS' GRAND PREMIUM.
The Cotton Factors of Memphis, whose names
are appended to mis communication, have
offered the following unprecedented pre
miums on Cotton, entries open to ail the
S. Knley, Ktq., PrrMtlmt Shelby Cbunty A grind
(urf, M kanital twd HnrlirvUxtral .trirty :
Dear Sir: Tho underslrned. Cotton Fac.
tors ol this city, being desirous of encourag
ing cotton growers and stimulating the pro
duction of cotton, as also of demonstrating
to the country the superior advantage that
our city enjoys aa a market for cottoR, re
apectfully request you to offer In their name,
the following premiums for this leading sta
ple, lo be awarded at the next meeting of
your society, via:
'or the best one bale of cotton- -ISflO
r or me second neat one Dale of cotton 'JW
For the lest two bales of cotton X0
For tho recond best two bales or cotton 150
For the insst three bales of cotton Uou
For the second best three bales of oollon... 200
For the beat five bales of cotton 750
For the second beet five bales of cotton
For t,hc best one bale Long Staple..: .. 300
t la the desire of the Factor offering these
premiums that you conform to the following
1st. So bale of cotton weighing lea than
four hundred pounds will be allowed to con
test for the premiums.
1. Hea Island ootton will be excluded.
ad. All entries must be made In the name
of the producer.
lib. Ail cotion must ne delivered to one of
ths undersigned before It can be exhibited Rl
your hair ror these premium, aud misde
livery must he made on or before the ad ol
6th. No cotton exhibited for one of ihe pre
miums will be entered ror another.
tlth. No outside or private premium! w 111 be
permitted on the ootton contesting for these.
We also beg to suggest the names of the fol
lowing CoUon Broker and buyer as a suita
ble committee to make award for cotton, vu-
W. A. UOODWYN,
Z. P. BOWLKH,
O. B. FARKEK.
Allow Us further to suggest, that an addi
tion to these premium, your society offer a
llhersl premium for the best bale or Tennes
see cotton. We are, lr, respectfully yours.
E. M. Appersou ft Po . flarnrsth 'f)m wai HCii.
Strattop, Uovar ft Co.,
Furrlpgtpu ft HoWell,
lllir, Fontaine V Co.,
T H. Allen ft Co..
l.in Ford ft tta.,
farlee i Harbort,
D. If. TOlwnsend.
Mracham 4 Tread well,
Jones. Brown A Q
Pottlt ft Simpson,
Magevuev ft Roguu,
MiXjhee 1 lieriou.
Tool, Fhllllp ft t u
Hufl.y ft Hlohi-tt.
Uoodlelt ft Co.
J. M. t-atrlck 4 To
I'earoe, Larnbrrt ft Co.,Rootes Vance ft Co.,
Nelson ft Titus, Owen McNutt ft Co.,
TOSS a. Lynn ft Co., Black, astsl ft Co ,
R. 8. Taylor ft Co., Ralph Wormeley 1 Co
Price ft Terr', Eaten Stratton ft Co.,
nsrris, win ui v tt.i. r. r rsiiaj. or.
fts ft' fco..
Brown, lilllaxd ,k i n., Dickinson, Wllilams
O'lUFliftm 4Ui JIP. lO-l
Uclioilclil ft HaiiHuer. E
enber ft Bro .
J. M. Jgrne ft co.. 4.f. Ulllsjcu
iee.1 ft 10
Johnson ft co.
Bariiour, Wilder ft Hugh Torrance.
Simpson. hardwareT. A. Nelson 4 co.
Lane. Moore 4 co.,
Fargttson ft Clay,
Day ft 1'roudflt,
Taylor ft Rutland.
Parker, Ward 4 Co.,
J. D. Muffin ft co.
Wolcott, smith 4 Co.,
Taylor, Radford 4 co.
i has H. Dorton, Jr.,
Maionc Thosiaa ft eo.,
S. M. Webb ft co..
Co-ier t ttlcn
fiaitee. tfunUdn co..6tanton Moore
riaiie f Fisher, Clark , Ely & co..
Ouy, McCfellan t co., Hhepherd A Woolen.
E. M. ApfttrHm & Co., lialbrtnth, i
to., wrarom, ugugf t,., j Mtft.
Psas SB3: id belialf of the Agricultural,
itCilianical aud Hurtlcultural Hoclety of
Bhelby County, I accept your very llbVral
premium ior ton on. arm will offer It a you
stiggett. Beside in iwoordanre With your re- 1
iiuest will uy that the society will give a pre- I
mlumuf two hundrisj dollars, lilOi for the
best bale or ( otton produced In tne state of
Tennessee. Very reierlfully,
E. ENRLEY, Prea't.
MRMi'Hix, Heplember 4, !--
PRIVATE PREMIUMS FOR COTTON.
E. Emlrv. Em.. Prrndmt Shelbu Osinrii Ami-
cultural. Mechanical and Horticultural Society. I
DE.Mt8iR: Asa trl bate or respect li mil,, :
workers In metals to the lifters of the soil, I
me uiiucrsiKIic.a p.l-vitiuuy
orJcri the fol-
;p iig prlyftts premium, to be awarded hy
our couiiijiiiee ai ) our anuiiui r tur in
For the Beat One Bale of Cotton, Fllley's
No. DD Charter Oak Htove, worth. .......HO
J. F. bCHAHKL t CO.. C Main treet.
BOARD OF TOBACCO TRADE'S PREMIUM
II ALL OF THE CUAgllU OF ( M kltr, ,
Mkmpuis, September t, Wt.
E. EnMcy, Ekj., Pmulcnt Shelby County Aari-
cultural. Mechanical aiul Horticultural &tty.
DkasHib: At a meeting of the Hoard of To
bacco Trade held this p.m. the lollowlug res
olutions were unanimously adopted:
RtHhtd, That the Memphis board of
T i.'im Tade offer a prsrhiuni of one
hundred dollars throu'gh your society,
to be awarded at your lair, tor the
first single hogshead of Manufacturing
Leaf Tobacco; one hundred dollar for
the ben hogshead of Shipping Leaf; Bfty
dollar for he second best: and twenly-tlve
dpliars for the third; all to be exhlhltadat the
V...- ..:..r-.; Fair of (his county. This to
bacco I to be entered Ly the producer of the
anme through soiue member of this associa
ZiasrWi'eij. That a premium of fifty dollarx !
awarded the owner of the best box of Ken
tucky or Tennessee Manufactured Tobacco,
to be exhibited through some member of this
Hoping that thssbnve action of the Board
of Tobacco Trade meets your assent, I have
the honor to be your obedient servant,
J. W. DICKINSON, Pres't.
W. L. Tkask, rWy.
Bast Hogshead of Tobacco Dip. and t3i
EXHIBITION IN THE ARENA
is ( i ...( sat Prcdtely at 10 o'eiuct u.m. tuca d.i.
oi. J to continue -n the order here laid down,
FIRST DAY Monday, Oct. 25, 1869.
O. C. HOLMES, Sop't.
CA TTLK-PrSUA M.
Best P.ull 8 year old and over Dtp. and 130
2d best . W
" Bull i vr. old and under... U
1 44 44 J... 10
Su kllng under 1 S I
Sweepstake for all age Dip. and I
o agiHjl aniiuai laaing mis premium wilt
be allowed to compete In any sweepstake
hereafter given by this Association In this
CO W8 p :'?.'.! M.
Beet Cow i year aud over Dtp. and 3D
44 3 years old and under I
I 44 ' 44 S
1 - ' 44 2
BuckllnirH nnder 1
Hweewlakes for all ages Dip. and
Conditions as aooe.
Best bard of 4 Cows aud 1 Bull
belonging to.ene man.. Dip. and 2
HORSES HT HARy ESS LADIES' MlDHi'O
' pair matched Horace for Car
tiiugle Huggy Horse . li
' pair matched Marea for Car
Single Boggy Mare IS
Style, durability, docility and tralnlngtn be
considered In awarding lo this ciasa.
Best and most easy gutted nurse
or Mars for ladles' riding, to
go ali gates. If two or mors
entries are made 35
SEC0N0 DAY Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1869.
W. C. WARP, Sop't.
CA TTI.MA LDEMXKYS.
Beat Bull 4 years old and over. ..-Dip. and 20
1 41 old
suckling under 1 year
Sweepatake rr all ages -Dip. and 25
vn..ui .nina taklnir this oremlum will
be allowed to oompele In any weep lake
hereafter given by this Association in this
Best Cow 4 years old and over Dip. and
" s ' and under 4
" " 2 " " 4
" " 1 old
sucicling under 1 year
Sweepstake for all ages Dip. and
Conditions aa above.
CA TILS-A YKRSHIRR-CI.AHH 3.
Best Bull of any age .Dip. and
co ws-a rxusHrsx.
Best Cow .'I years and over Dip. anil
"2 " ' nnder 3
t " old .
Sweepstake for all ages Dip. and
ijc ro.v- class .
Beat Hull ol any ace - Dip. and 1 16
Cow " op, and ui
HER KFORI - CLASS 5.
Best Bull of any age Dip. and tli
Cow -Dip. and 10
MILCH CO WS-CLASS 6.
Best Milch Cow of any age or
breed Dip. and I Li
In this class quantity, quality and food to
Is? taken I nto consideration ; tone milked and
carefully tested In the presence of the Award
FAT CA TTLE -CLASS 7.
Best Bullock 4 years old and
over -Dtp. and X
' Yoke of Oven jr
" head of three fat cattle of any
age or sex, fed by one exhib
itor Dip. and 20
MIHCXLLA yJCO CO.
Beet Saddle Oeldlng. ts-
" 44 Mare x
" Barnes Horse, Mare or
Fastest Pacing Stallion, Mare or
Oeldlng, mile heats mi
THIRD DAY Wednesday, Oct 27, 1869.
Gen. J. R. CHALMERS, Sup't.
Beat aged stallion, 4 years and
over JMp.and M
Beat Ihree years and under 4 60
B IWO - " S
44 oue 44 " 2 20
' suckling under 1 a
Sweepstake for ail agea Dip. and 26
No aged animal taking this premium will
be allowed to compete in this class for any
premium hereafter given by this society.
Best aged mare, 4 years old and
over -Dip. and v
Best three ears and under 4.... x
two " 44 44 8 so
" one 4- 44 44 ft 20
44 auckllng under I si
Sweepstake for all ages Dip. and t)
conditions as aoove.
MISCKL LANEO VS.
Fastest trotting horse, mare or gelding,
mile heats -S In 6 500
No animal taking this first premium will
be allowed hereatter to compete for any pre
mium given this Association in this class.
Fastest double team owned hy om Indi
vidual, noi aepi ror sporting purposes-... 3
Second beat .
FOURTH DAY-Thursday, Qct. 28, 1669.
DR. N. C PERKINS, Sup't.
ROADSTERS OR TROTT1SO HORSES.
Beet stalilon, 4 years old and
over uip. and lion
S years old and under 4 jo
sackllr.f under E ' -
Hweepslake premium for all
Condition before stated.
Rest aged mare, four rear old
and over r Dip
3 year old aud under 4
aeckllng under 1 -
Ueldlug, 4 years old and over
' 3 un
der 4 26
Gelding, 2 years old and un
der S IS
Ktweepatske premium for all ages Dip. and X
ivie. auruniiiiy. training ana sieeu. to De
considered In awarding to this class.
est tancy team 20
' model Oeldlng in harness. 20
44 mare, " 44 ..... 20
All animals ver one year old hali be ex
hibited In harness.
FIFTH QAV-Priny, Oct. 29, 1869.
PKTKK MITCH FILL, Sup't.
Eiest aged Jack, 4 years old and
oyer Dip. ai,d
3 years p!d ari l under
3'" B rf 1
1 " 44 1 X
sutkltnu under 1 .-
Hwet pstakea ior all ages. Dip. and
t-unuiuous a noove siaieu.
Eesl aged Jennet, 4 years old and
over uip. and &
1 year old and under 4 6
2 44 44 S.
i 44 - a..,,..,.-
14 nc.ktlrtx uuiar ,
Best aged mule, i ycr e4d and
y,Hm , , lap. mxiu w.-v
" 4 year old and under 3
4 i 44 44 2.
Hweepstake for all ages Dip. and
nest pair mao-neu males in har
ness For the best pair of draught
horses .7?.... jo
OR ,4.Y tftvJAL PREMIUM
i'a.stcst trotting stallion to har
ness, mile heals, best three In
five, free for all horses In the
United States Dtp. andt&u
SIXTH DAY- Saturday, Oct. 30, 1869.
Oen. J. C. FIZER, Supt.
Best agedntalllou 4 years old and
' 4 years old and under 4 Jb
' 2 " - 3 IS
I 44 44 44 2. 14
-' sweepstake, for all ages Clp. and A
Conditions as betore.
Bss nged run to, 1 years old and S,
over.. -Dip. and ISi
' 3 years old and under 4 . aV
- 2 44 44 44 S. U
' l ' 44 44 2 irt
' Buckling under !....
Swistake for all ages Dip. and
Condition- as before.
B st age l g -Idl, g 4 year old and avsr
- is yeai o,(i and under au
44 2 'u..i i old aud under 3 IS
i year old and under 2 10
PREMIUMS FR HORSRMAXSUIP.
B"t boy rider under 14 years of age, SiHer
Bdst lady rider, Oold Mounted Biding Whip.
For the best gentleman rider, one mile, over
f"Ur hurdle - leet hign: Private premium bv
the Chickaaaw Jockey Club - tint)
r For Premium Lists sddIt to the Secre-
tnry, or to Boyster, Trexevant A Co. No. 240
1 i'ii sitreei. r.. i .ssi.m . president.
F-t-I R.vxkk. 1st Vice-Pres't.
M. D. L. STKW AUT, 2d Vica-Piaa'i.
A.J. M i 3d H
C UA UKSLA Y NX J.-.'KS, till Vice-Pres't
C. A. Hoax. Jth Vlce-Prsa't.
Lion TKoranALB Sec'y.
J ii T. STBATroN, Treaa.
C. I., Anderson. J. C. Ftaer.
J-m. Hruce, O. C. Holmes,
W, H. Carroll. N. C. Psxklna.
J. IL Chalmers, F Ensley,
J. H. Kdmondaon.
T. W. Bbow.n. O. P. Ltlxs. B. C. Bbow i
BROWN, LYLES & BROWN,
OFFICE, No. (9 WEST COURT ST,.
Corner of Main,
so28 MEMPHIS, TENN.
M. D. WELCH,
ATTOHBY Jk.V LAW
No. 35 Madison Street,
selC Mkmphu, Tknn.
A w sight
l. . a'xiflicx, imn a. wbmoht
WRIGHT, McKISICK L WRIGHT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
In the Kit Williams Block. No. 3 and 4, op
, Uilra. Madison SMw. dee7; J
Tuesday, November 2, 1869.
James C. Anderson st sis. Ex Pane Petition,
No. 21 CK Chancery Court of Memphis.
BT virtue of an Interlocutory decree in this
cause, I will sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, In front or the Clerk and Mas
ter' offlce in the city of Memphis, Tenn , ou
Tuesday, November 2, 148, within legal hoars,
the following Real Estate, to- wit :
A certain tract of land lying and being In
the county of Shelby and Stale of Tennessee,
whereon James C. Anderson, sr., resided al
tne lima of hla death, and known aa bis
homestead, near to or upon the water of
Nonconnah creek, containing t0 acres.
Before the day of sale the above tract will
be subdivided Into several small tracts.
Term of Sale-One-lhlrd cash, balance on
a credit of one and two years; notes wtlh se
curity taken, bearing Interest from the day
rf sale, and lien retained till payment of the
nunxhase money. . . .
PER SHIP " MINNIE A.
FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF
GONZALEZ & BYASS,
OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, " SPAIN,"
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
NEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY
B. J. SEMMES & CO.
JB- Having learned that parties
the Yannissee" Whiskey, we hereby
J ' 2T any "raSIBLE partv we may discover attempting to sell thl
rim.ni I ( l f W rmlro a,J .t 1 1 llia a. ...
" -j. u win puiuisn mem
uo. Haw aoio use anu control or the 44 Yannissee" brand fo
none Is genuine without our brand on the barrels.
TO COUNTRY JVIERCHAINITS.
Memphis al last is wide awake, and with
LARGE STOCKS, LIBERAL MERCHANTS,
And every Inducement offered ly AXY CITY SOUTH OF SSW YORK solicit
your trade. If you have any doubts, come and see ' "44C"
X7"3VT. n. MOORB CO..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
200 MAIN HTREET, NEXT DOOR NORTH OF PEA BODY UoTEI
"ITo Sell to Meroitauta Only.
CUBBINS & GUNN.
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER.
THEY KEEP ON HAND A HTrg K OF NET," AND SECOND-HAND
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND
Which wUi us cat and Ittod to order,
tauuon to the building of the very best
Adams Street, between Fourth and Rayou, Memohis. Tenn.
KOJf CND OBGlLi.
Orgill Brothers & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
NOS. 3i0 AND 3I2 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A COMPLETE AMHOBTMKNT OF
FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE
WE AM DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OCR FOREIGN GOODS. WE PCRCH 4.BE OCR
Domestic Goods from the Manufacturers. We are enabled to offer great advantage lo
the trade, w are SOLK AUKNTS in Memphis for the s
li tW 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 nrmerou to mention. Agricultural Implement In great va
rlety. French Window Glass, irou, Metala, Caatlng, Helling, Wheal Thresher, etc
tm- TERMS CASH, OK SHORT OrTY ACCEPTANCE. mTl
CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS.,
IHV OjEHNTTH.-A.li PART OF O IT Y
M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
Of New York.
W. J. PORTER,
PORTER, PACE CO.,
No. 140 Pearl Street, New York
OvriCB Psom-f-s lMsraAic OtOUT,!
Memphis, October 4. 109.
THE stock holders of this company are
hereby notified that at a regular meeting
of the Directory, held thl day, a dividend of
I per cent., free of Woverninsiii mi, was ae
lared on the capital aloes; of sxld company,
aid dividend to be credited on the stock
J. A. SIMMONS,
Mneisairri a.vd Tcmnessei Railroad.)
Secretary snd Treasurer's Office, V
Memphis, T-ui. . Sept !
COUPONSof the First Mortgage (7 per cent,)
. seven per cent, bonds of til company
maturing on the Ut October neat, will be paid
at this office at maturity.
sea S. H. LAMB Treasurer.
Let Epicures Remember that
Always has on hand at Ids Meat Store
Oo JSadT.ii.1 St., Oliolwoa,
BETWEEN Third and Fcnrth, Steak,
Chop, Roasts, Butter, Kggs, ChtckcDa,
the best sold In Memphis, at the lowest
STORAGE FOR COTTON.
J .1 :s. SepUrober W, l.t.
MncttiM MxfrHrg-OKjrTLiis-: The
above Home are now open to rtelvs and
ilacharge ootton. Iv erv facili. t..eiieranu
buyer will be given. Tu my old patron J re
turn you my thanks; for the future. 1 refer
you to th past long experience in the busi
ness. I hope to merit your patronage.
W Ssfet. aoa Itv snd convenience une-
qualed. Baiss inane as nrstlas. houaej.
Set. C. . T7.yiM..
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
LOT in the city limits, containing
seres -Ich land. On tile premise Is a
(ood Dwelling House, ooniaiuiNK i i rrsnos,
lichen, servants' rooms, two One clberna,
etc, etc. For uw SDPlj ta
SSI 4 , V WU.1' SVfcJ i o atawiavsi o.
SMITH," FROM CADIZ,
in this and
other cities, pretend to
that we will bring salt
as selling a .SPURIOUS article. We have
nearlr twenty years, an
B. J. SEMMES & CO.
- A.N J -
WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES
ptly and well. One of the firm gives constant at-
A- 9. H .rXA
J. Ws PAGE. Jr.,
LatH of MempJxb.
OT. VINCKNTB INSTITUTION FOR THE
ii im.i.1!,,si. uiuii. sn. This Institution
was iognoea oy m
by the cUler'a of Charily. Au-
I gvul In, UuS. It Is private and flrst-claas lu
; Its arrangement and accommodation. In
sane pauenu qt now sexes and of all de
nomination are received, also those addicted
to taking opium or other stimulants to ex
cess ana desire to correct. For terra, etc..
PJi'I " rr- J- BAUDL'Y or th SlSTE
SPLENDI0 BUSINESS STAND FOR
rHlC other part of our house affording anf
X llcient room for our purposes, we propoe
to plaoe In reach of compatilon. tne
Best Business Stand to be Had la the Cit
by offering to Rent for the next twelvs
months, the ft parlous Salesroom we now oc
cupy at the northeast corner of Main snd
nrpi ROYBTER. TREZEV ANT t OO.
SL Clair Nurseries, Summerfiald, III.
MILFS from St. LoulSjOn O. snd IT R.
' -t . r.
Ill lv, rToprieror. rwo
In Ihe Mlltlvatlon of Fruit
Trees. Apples a magnlflcanl stock of laaat
3 year olds. Including ail the leading and
most popular southern varieties, obtain, .i
from reliable growers Sonth Pears, Peaches,
Plum. Apricots. Nectarine Cherries, sjuln
res, Urapss, strawberries, Raf.oerrles, etc..
In great variety. Aehoiceooiie,'tiouorKoKe,
Ornsmenlal Evergreen and Isjclduoua Trem,
Flowering shrub. Herbaceous Plant, Bulb,
etc. Branch '.Bcs. U and 15 Moroe strewt.
sa UW OKO. H. BROWN, uen'l .vaect.
LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES.
Lumber, Laths and Shingles.
I HAVE now on hand, and am constant!
sawing, a fnll tock of Building Lumber,
of all dimensions; Sills. Jolats, Stuildlug
Posts, Boards of all lengths, and clear Lum
ber ; also, a large stock of
LATHS AND SHAVED SHINGLES
Particular attention given to the ihlpmen
of Lumber. Order solicited.
- Mills snd Lumber Yard on Wolf River,
north of Bayou Oayoso.
neSdstv (i. X. YIN ABLE.
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