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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1869.
FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. Owes or tm Daily Appeal, t Memphis, October 11, 196H. J The money market la working (long with aotne noticeable eaae that in, the bunks are better fixed than they were last week, but we can hardly say so much of the outside community. Cotton comes in steadily, and sales are quite active, but the eichange offering is not too heavy for our dealers to handle, and rates remain nnidianired. New York cotton bills are taken at c discount, while points in New England are discounted at c New Orleans bills are taken at c discount in email sums. Checking on all points at oar to S discount. Stocks and bonds are entirely nominal We have heard of uo sales during the week. City scrip has taken an upward turn within the oast few days. The rise was nmdlcated noon the sale of the slock held bv Memphis in the Little Bock Railroad Bv this sale the City Treasury was to l relieved to the extent of $100,000 lmmedi ately thus providing for many pressing wanta, and also setting aside the question of a further iaaue of scrip. The demand to-dav was active. One dealer sold about $1400 in balances at 75c, but jumped his prices op to SOc before noon. In the latter part of the day the " ring " who have been crying down scrip, boasted on the street that they would soon have xt down rain to 70c. and from the action of the Board of Aldermen, as reported else where, they, no doubt, knew what they talked about. County warrants are dull. There is no demand to speak of and no offerings; 63 to 5c are the nominal buying rates Police scrip is in active demand, and scarce. Dealers would buy at We. There is a fair country demand for gold and all that is otlered is taken for ship ment to the interior to lay away for fu ture use. Dealers buy at New York quo tations and sell at an advance of 1H 1o2e. New Tenneaeee bonds are improving. Sales of new, reported to-day in New Yoffc,6Kc; old,61He. Governments closed steady: Bonds of UK 1WS120 f-2u Bonds of tK VM (al)1 , 6-au " law mXiUlX U-M " 1865 1UX119 " lii,new lis lls. h-JR " 17, " USUI'S f-; " lf8, " 118 &118l. 10-40 Bonds VUK 1'acine Sixes 107(apl07;, Stocks closed dull and heavy: Canton - Western I'nion Telegraph Co.... Quicksilver Pacific Mail Adams Express Wells, Fargo A Co.'s Express. .. Atoerican Express I'nlted States Express Merehattls I'nion Express. New York Central f".rie ..... Hudson Beading Michigan Central Southern Illinois Central Cleveland and Pittsburg 51 36 13 W MK 85 34'-? 5fl x 170 sat, 159 H6 121! 85 1 104 7I Chicago and Northwestern preferred. 84 Cleveland and Toledo.. Bock Island St. Paul St. Paul, preferred Fort Warne ... 08 ... iv. Ohio and Mississippi !28 COTTON. ClAMBKR OF COMMEBTS, 1 Hesi'HU, October 11, 1H6V. j Sales to-day touted up 700 bales, six buyers operating, five taking 100 bales and upwards. The market opened active at 24 He for middling, at which figure several hun dred bales changed hands. Some factors demanded a alight advance on this figure early in the morning and were afterwards forced to take less. The unfavorable tenor of the midday dispatches caused a decline here, the market closing weak and irregular at 24 to 24c for middling, with most factors unwilling to make voncm slooa, and several buyers anxious to pur chase at the decline. An order for too bales strict to good middling was tilled at MMe, and IXi bales middling at Mjfj A ingle Ust of 7u bales brought -4,V ajliJ another of 70, barely mid dling, was sold at the same figure. Among the sales reported were 16 re packed at 21 ,'c, 20 low middling at 2!T,c, 40 middling at 24H 15 bright middling at S4Ke, 1 middling at MHu. 36 do. at 24c, 27 do. at 24 36 good ordinary to low middling at 24c. and 10 good middling at 25e. Beoeipts to-day were 1553 lialea, and larger than any previous day this season. Exports were 1103 bales. The New York market opened steady at 27c for middling uplands, and closed weak with a fair de mand at 2ti Sc Sales, 4000 bales 700 for future delivery, including January at 26c. The New Orleans market opened steady at 25 S to 25 V', and closed at 25!c with fair demand and sales of 2500 bales. The I.iverp."'! market closed irregular and tower at I '.VI ,,r middling uplands aud 12 Sd for Orleans. BETIB.W OF THE WEEK TrfeeDAV, October 5th. Middlings opened at 24c aud closed at M)j Sales (too bales. Stock on hand 330S. Wbdnkhiiay, 6th.--strifes opened at 24 He and Unproved, Closing firm at .i v . . Sales 1100 bales. Stock 3411. Tbl-ksday, 7th. Prices firm and un changed at 24 V- for Middlings. Hales 450 bales. Slock 3780. Friday, tttu. Prices declined (fl on all grades, closing at 24 V. lieiuaud active. Sales 800 bales. Slock 3808. Satlbhav, Wh. Middlings stesdy at 2a " Demand active and market nearly bm. Orders largely in excess of supply. Males MOO stock on hand 3787. Mondav, !Uii. Market opened active at 24 .V; decline and doaed weak at 24 lo24)c. Sales 700 hair ; stock on hand 6237. OOTfOIt KTATF.MIOtT. Htoek on kasd Sept. 1, 1M.. "4 Received this week 7,050 Kecetved previously K.S014 15,348 15,442 -10,205 Hhippel tbia week 6.428 Shipped previously 4,777- Hiock on hand TBADE. Business doting the week has been steady, and prn-e are nut lunch ditlereut I from what t bey were at tbe date or our l jjiDEs-Drv Flir t 21c; Dry Salt 17 to last weekly edition. Stsple supplies ou- J8c; Green salt 10 V; Green 9V; Deer tinue scarce and inactive demand, and kiBH sheepskins 25c to fl are very firm. The present fine has soiiietbtug to do with the fact that fewer planters than usual are to be seen upon our streets. Nearly all are engaged in securing their cotton crop, aud every avsiiable hand is iu tbe field. Be ceipte are lighter than they would be oth OTwiae and will not improve until the weather changes. We hope that no time' Will be lost In picking, aud that when the j raju or storms set iu there will be little tft iu the field to injure. Tbe old adage 'nakghsT while the sun shiues" is not forgotten. DRY GOOD. Tbe dry goods trade is moderately ac tive, so Atr as our wliolesale houses are couoetuen, nunc i'1 iemu irnue w OS ' never better. Tbe display of goods this neason excels sit fcirtaer ones, and the la dies are inj ecatactfs. W have had sev eral " grand openings " during tbe week, sskd we must not forget to particularise tkst of the Messrs. B. Loweustein A bios which came otT ou Thursday last, causing uo little excitement. Al this a . . . 1 . .. ; ! . 1 bouse there was s vonataut wream of the fair sex from early morning until night, and the different rtyles of dress goods, including silks, poplins, grenadines, , :.,irs hiwla etc.. all of their own im portation, were prononnced "snperb," "elegant," "magnificent," "beautiful," " lovely," and all the other adjectives usually made use of on such occasions. It was a gala day in dry goods, and will not soon be forgotten by those who had the pleasure of examining the beautiful articles set out by this well known and enterprising firm. The attractions ex hibited by them could not be resisted and we are satisfied that their sales for the day must have besn among the largeat ever known to the trade of our city. Prices are much the same as last week. A few ataple cotton goods are some weaker, while other are firmer, but there is really no material alterations in quota tions. PBI.HT. Merrimack. P 1SS Amoskeas, isncy.12 Pacific Obi Prague's 13, Bhlrtlug.lUS Atlantic....- 7H Arnold 1- Lowell Jam Waiusutta ', BLEAI'HKO XTTON8. Lonsdale.,.4-4 1 Canoe... S llope.4-4 ii. Colony . UM. ...47j Hollowell i...4-4.15 Allendale...!-! ...M tireene...T'B... Siutervllle W uliliam. Ml men. is 45 Inch. JO HKOWX COTTOS8. Stark A .4-4 n Pepperell R ..n Augusta.. 4-4 M " OH 144 Portioouth.4-4 14 Monadnook.10-4.47 Heavr Duck )toS2 Old Colony. ..hm ..4U PLAID OSSABrKOS. Oakland, plaid 12S Tennessee, plaid. Ottawa, " It Kentucky, " ...34 nsasiiiiva am. old Keui'kv.ulalulv Maryland, ' -SH Susquehanna, " JU iMXas, woutneru RRJ1WN OSNABl'ROS. K standard, a ot U Alabama. s ox...22 Lower grades.. 17- to 21 BOOTH AKD SHOE?. In this line we have nothing new to report. Stocks are well assorted, but not so heavy as last week, while fresh arrivals are daily reported. The demand is steady, though so far heavy winter wear have gone off more slowly than we expected. Prices are unchanged. Of the New i ork market, the Shoe and Leather Reporter says: The anticipations of manufacturers and dealers as to the amount of the fall trsde hsve thus far been tolerably well met by ihe business transacted, but the state of uncertainty and suspense which was felt at the outset has been in no way lessened, justifying the cautious course which has been all along pursued. To the uncer tainty of prices on account of the St. Crispin organization, has been sdded the irregular course of the money market. and while the prices of stock have leen generally steady, the margin for profit was too small to allow ol any over pro duction, and the supply of seasonable goods hss been consistently restricted to iheanLual and iuin ediate wants of the marts. For goods for fall and winter wear there is a brisk demand from the louth and West, but credits are cautious ly looked to, anu prices are urm. iu uie riner qualities of work there is not so much demand, and manufacturers will not take orders except upon the most ia- vorable terms. Men's U. B. Kip Brogans fl Xal 75 naif nriier "Uls'r MP urisfau i iu L. and B. Kip Br jgaus 1 5U2 ui Caff " 1 (Bait 50 11. and C. aud 1. lo-ison r- Brog. t -Sal sr Split 7iul 50 nun Baluiorals.. 1 Sua2 35 2 &a3 50 2 iua.'i UU .... 2 uOati no 4 50s .... 2 25a.'l vu .... 2 25a3 .ral .... 3 Uua5 UU .... 2 50a4 141 1 I2al u .... 1 12al 75 1 25a2 OU ... 1 12al 73 CMK Bu-Tand Calf Congress. Calf Pegged Boot ' Sewed Kip Peg. " Hpflt Peg. " drained Peg. " Buff Peg. Boy's Kip V. B. Brogans L and H " Buff and Calf " Balmorals Calf 1 5(ia- Mpllt Boots 1 76a- 25 2 Ja3 vu 7Ual 25 1 VRs2 25 1 UUal rU 1 50al 75 1 12al 75 1 5tla2 25 1 ral 75 Youth's Brogans Hpllt and Kip Boots Women's Peg- Split Balmorals KBB Butf Calf " Pebbled grained Bat's Uoat B-Jmorals....... 1 75a2 U0 Misses' Sollt Bsllio. r.il- 1 UUal 5j nun nsliuorais 1 wsi ou Calf - I 25al 75 1-sdies' Sewed Ki.l aud Uoat Bal's 1 rat IU Buti aiid call i sna uu Cloth " .... 1 5e3 lJ Misses' Sewed Kid ami Ooat Bal's 1 2fa2 UU Calf ar d Butt " 1 aW 75 Children's Peg. aud S;wtsl " 5ual 25 Ale ad Bkkk Scotch Ale, piuts, $3 to 3 50; Cincinnati Ale, 111 kegs, $6 to b 2d; half barrels $10 50. Beer, half barrels, $11 ; where packages are returned, $3 off. Bachjiso The stock is barely suffii ieut to meet the jobbing demand. Light or 1H' lb 21 to 22c; heavy 29 to 30c; India 29 to 30c. Bi tter The supply is fair and choiiie grades are in demitud at 33 to Sic; good 27 to SOc. Beans Choice Navy $2 75 to 3 00. Brooms So. 1, $5 to 5 50 per dozen ; No. 2, $4 to 4 50. Broom Corn Dull at $160 to 150 per ton. Beeswax Steady at 80 to S2c. Bi'Iloer's Material Cape Lime in lots on levee $2; from store, $2 25. Ala bama at depot $2 10; from store, $2 25. Louisville Cemeut, $3 25 to 3 50 in lots. Bosendale, .$4 50 to 5 00. Plaster $5 00. Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 75 to 3. Fire brick $5 to 0. Building Brick $8 per M. Coffee The market is steady aud de mand fair. Skimmings are ly to 20c; Bio 21 to 24c for cotnmou to lair; prime do 25 to 27c; Laguyra 27 to 2Ke ; Java 35 to 38c. cobnmeal The ueiuand is not active, and stock light ; 35 bbls sold on levee to day at $5 25, but at mills $5 50 is asked. Cheese Light slock. Factory, lsW to lite; W. K., 17V. to Me; Switzer, SOc; Litn berger, 29c. Cotton Seep Fair receipts. 4M1 mills buy at $13 delivered and furnish sacks. Euiw Selling in Isrge and small pack ages at 34 to 35c per dozen. Floi r There Is a large supply on hand, and pric-s are weak. Fine, 4 50 to 4 75; Supers, $5 to I 50; X, $6 to 6 50; Family, $7 to 7 50; Fancy, $n to 9. Fmcit The stock of choice Apples on baud is light, though there are any quan tity of inferior in the market. Choice are in demand at $5 per bbl. Dried Apples 7 to ; Peaches 10 to lie. Lemons $14 per box. Oranges $t 50 to 7 per liarrel. Feed The receipts of feed are equal to the demand, and prices are firm. Corn is in light supply. We note sales to-day of 40 sacks new enr at 80c, and 100 sacks at 80c; old ear is worth Hoc; 40 sacks yellow shelled sold to-day at al 05, aud 100 do. at $1 10; $1 OSt was offered for 100 savkx white on levee, but it was held at $1 15. Oats 58 to 600. Bran, 100 sacks at $24. 11 ty $25 to 27. Fish Mackerel, No. 1, bbls $24; bbls $12 50; kits $290 to S 00; No. 2, bbls $15 50; do $8 50 to 9 00; kits $2 25; family, in bbls $14; do. $7 50; kits $2. White fish $8 00 to 9 00 in X blls. Sardines, quarters 1B ner case: halves $32 50. Fresh lake flin l0c lD j each. Hardware Demand a. the. Nails ' $5 00 rates. Hollow ware, 5 to nit. Col ( ins' A Huut's aies, $15 per doz. Bar iron, oyjc I bun TlES Pricts are steady at 7 to 8c. M o lasses Cu be 55c; Louisiana sugar House 85c; Golden Syrup $1 10 to 1 15 in barrels, aud 10c additional in kegs. M atches $M 50 per gross for No. 6. Nuts Almonds 30 to 32c. ('ream, Fil berts and English Walnuts, 17c. Pecan, Texas, 22c. Naval Stores Tar iu kegs, $5 25 to 5 75 for pine; in 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10 00; pitch, $5. Benin, $4 50 to 7 50. Oakum, $5 to 5 50 per bale, OILS Coal, 38 to 40c; Lard, $1 60; Lin seed $1 18 to 1 25; do boiled $1 25 to $1 30; Tanners $1 10 to 1 25; Lubricatiug 05 to $1 25; Castor $3 50 to 3 75; Turpentine, 50 to tlOc; Olive 2e oi bottles, $10 per basket. Poultby Youcaj and old Chickens are willing at $4 to 5 (Mir dozeu. Ducks $5. PxofaUcE Choke Onions are in demand ut kx Mi it ,rr! Potatoes are in oHi at J 00 per barrel, roiaioes are in goj supply and held at $i 90 on levee and $2 to 2 10 in store. Turnips $1 to 1 25 per bushel. Sweet Potatoea $1 to $1 25 per bushel. Provisions Meats of all kinds are 4 steady. Mess Pork, $33 50 to 34 50; Prims Mess, $31 to 31 50; Clear Sides, 21 H to 22c; Shoulders, 18 to !-.; Choice Sugar cured Hams, 24 to 25c, and scarce; Breakfast Bacon 22c; Lard steady; tierce 20 to 20 V; kegs 21 to 21V; caddies 22c Mess Beef Thomas' bbls $8; bbls $15 to 15H. Scuars The market is steady. We quote: Crushed, Powdered and Oran ulated 18c. Coffee A, 17Xc; B, 17c; C Extra. 17c; Demarara, 16 to 17c; Lou isiana old process, loe. Prime, 15 He; Fair, llc; Common, 135ic; Y. C, 16V. Soda Iu boxes, 8c; kegs, 7c. Stabch 7K to 8c per lb. Snuff Uarrett, box, $16; packed, $18. Shot Drop, per bag, $2 90 to 3; Buck, $3 15 to 3 25. Pig and Bar lead, 11 to 12. Soap Palm Soap, 6c; No. 1 do. 7 V. Panola do. 9 to 10c; Eraaive, 9 to 10c; Ex tra Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported do. 25 to 28c. Salt Bbls of 280 lbs $2 95 to 3; Large $3 85 to 4; Common $3 65 to 3 75; Dairy $3 10 to 3 25. Spibits Proof Whisky $1 25; Common Rectified 85c to $1. Vinegar Cider $8 to 10 per bbl ; Wine $12 to 15. Wheat There is very little coining in and prices are firm. No. 1 red arid white $1 25 to 1 35. No. 2 $1 10 to 1 20. Inferior or rejected 80 to $1. Sundries English Pickles, assorted, $5 50 to 5 75; American, pints, $2 50; quarters, $3 50; half gallons, $5 75. Mus tard per case, $1 60 for quarter lb; Ken tucky quarters, $1 75; halves, $3 50. Ma son's Blacking 45 to 75c per doz. Canned Goods Peaches, 2 lbs, $2 75 to 3 00. Oysters, standard brauds, $1 75 to 2 75 for 1 and 2 lb. Brandy Peaches $5 50 to 6. Cherries $5 75 to 6 25. Blackberries $2 75. Strawberries $3 00. Pineapples $4 to 4 25. Tomatoes $1 75. Sugar of Lemon $5 00. Jellies, tumblers assorted, $3 25; goblets, half size, $3 50; full size, $3 75. Leather Heavy hemlock sole .'15 to 88c; oak do 42 to 46c. Harness oak 42 to 45c; npper No. 1 $48 per dozen; No. 2 $45 do: French calf $45 to 75 per dozen. Tal low 10c Tobacco All grades of manufactured Tobaccos are firm. Fine Natural Leaf light pressed $1 to 1 10; Fine Fancy Virginia 90 to $1; Fine Bright pounds 80 to 90c; Medium Bright pounds! lOto sOf; Common Bright pounds ti2 to 70f ; Good Bright quarters 67 to 75c; Medi um Bright quarters 62 to07f . Smoking .Fine and Fancy 60 to 80e; ObWmo and Medium 35 to 5Uo, Live Stocb The following are the quotations from actual sales: Best Corn fed Beeves scarce at 6 to 6'iC gross; Orass fed Beeves iu u. .-r : supply, 3 to 5: gross i Oraging Cattle, tSf gross; bir.je Work Oxen, $75 to 110 per yoke; M1K U Cows with young calves, $30 to 60; Fat Hogs, 9 to 10c gross in demand; Sheep, $2 to 4 per head as to their condition. Lumber, etc. We quote as fol lows: Framing limber, $25 per M : rough lumber, $25 per M; dressed yellow pine flooring, $40 to 45 per M; dressed poplar siding, $25; dressed white pine ditto. $35; dressed clear white pine, M cypress shingles, $4 50 to $5 ; white pine ditto, $5 50 to $6; sawed lath, $2 75 to $3; doors, 3x7, $4; 3x8, $5; 3x7, $4 50; 14-6x6, $3 25; sash 8x10, 75c: 10x12, 10x14, $1 25; 10x16, $1 50; 10x10, $1 10x20, $2; 10x22, $2 25. l; SPECIAL NOTICES. Comfort and Bliss, or Pain and A I)K. TolllAS' CXLKKRATKll ENKT1.VN I. INI sent, whose wonderful cures, sure aud iu Htautaneoas action. In cases of Cbroulc Klieumstisiu, Headache, Toothache, Croup, Cats. Burns, Colic, CVimps, Dyseutery, etc., have astonished tbe i -..;. '. world. Is no new catch-penny; SO! an article that has kUxsl the test ot 'wenty-twn years. The t uormous sale fii'-1 rapidly lut-reaslug de mand Is al once the surest evidence of its usefulness and popularity. V. family should be without a bottle in the house, lfuudreds of dollars and many hours of sutiertug may be saved by lbt timely use. Colic, Cramp and lysentery yield at once to Us pain-curative properitles. It Is per fectly Innocent, aud can beglen to the old est person ttt- youngest child. No matter if you have no coufidtmce In Paient Medic lues try this, and you will be sure to buy again and recommend to yoar frleuds. Hundreds of Physlciaus recommend it In their practice sold bv the luuot Ists and Storeaeepei -.. Price, Fifty Cents and On Dollar, uepot. IU Park Place, New York. FRIGHTFUL DEVELOPMENTS ! At last the people have got the fact " through their hair," that hair dyes Impregnated with acetate of lead aud other metallic salts are MUBDEBOl'S PBEPABATIONS. When they see the metallic sediment ut the bottom of the bottles, they know thai the disgusting stuff is literally tiiicekmkd with i . v They ask, therefore, for a HARMLESS VSMETARLE DYE, and And It, pure and efficacious, in Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye Offered under the sanction of Prof. Chilton's guarantee that It contains " nothing delete rious." CRISTA DO RU'H HAIRPRESKRVATIVE, as a Pressing, acts like aeharm ou tae Hair alter DveinK. Try In Remote Settlements of Untold Value. Kood makes blood: bluod makes the body. It the blood be pure, the body Is healthy. r4o If we are net in health, we kuow some Impu rities are Irtrklug about which must be re moved, aud the sooner the better. Jtmndri'tA' Pill mttutv all rum the sytleru which nature aerdm no longer. The wonderful cure enVcted by Brandreth's Pills have arrested the attention of enlight ened physicians. I'pwards of five lltousand now use them iu their daily practice, and two hundred have given their wrltleu testi mony as to their Innocence and value, as cleansers of the bowels aud bloMl. Their untold value Is to those living In set tlement where thictors can only be had at great expeuse. Pur If you are sick, ynu have onlv to take one orinoredosesof Brand reth's PI it to get cured. Pull directions are with each box. Isold by all druggists. Batchelor't Hilr Dje. This splendid Hair Dye Is the best iu the world' the only true and peilect Dye; harmless, reliable, Inntautaue ous; no dUappolntmeul; no ridiculous tints; remedies the 111 effect of bad Dyes; Invigo rates and leaves the Hair soft and beautltul. black or saoWM. Hold by a! 1 Druggists and Perfumers; and properly applied al Balcbel or's Wig Ksctory, No. IS Bond street, N. Y. CHANCERY SALE. OHANCBRY fitAXaXl ON Tuesday, November 2, 1869. Jamas C. Anderson et ats.Kx Parte Petit ios. No. aiOB Chaueery Court of Memphis. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree in this cause, I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Mas ter's nfBi. tu the city of Memphis, Teun , ou Tuesday, November , 1W, within legal houn., the following Real Estate, to-wll: A certain tract of land lying and being In the county of Shelby and Stale of Tennessee, whereon James C. Auderttnn sr.. resided al the time or his death, and known as his homestead, near to or upon the waters of Sounonnsh creek, contai nlug 4a0 acres. Before the day of sale the above tract will be subdivided Into several small tracts. Terms of 8el One-third cash, balance on a credit of one and two years; notes with se curity taken, bearing interest from the day of sale, and Hen retained till payment of the purchase money.' A. ALSTON. C. and M. BUSINESS OPENING. I AM authorlxed to dispose of tbe Interest of the senior partner in oue of our best ront Ho"W LOUI Now doins a lucrative business, which can be x'enred to the purchaser. 1 tlie right muii harvalu will be ottered. Apply for one week to the uu.ii in the Lee Bls-k. Union street, No 15. osj W. n.STRATTON Main Street Store for Rent. TPON timely application and sufficient in 4ueeineni offered, we uiil rent for one ,elir fll111 istrteptemberuext. the front store Koom now occupied uy us. corner oi jiaiu !,,-... ...eels, with nart of basemeuL auiai BoYSTKB, XREZiA ANT a CO. BOOTS AND SHOES. 1869 BOOTS & SHOES 1 1870 JOSEPH S. LJEVETT fc CO., (Tha Oldest Shoe House In Memphis), Dofy Competition, Respectfully Invite Dealers and Planters to eall and examine our new stock before pur cltastng. JOH. S. LEVETT & CO., sew 8343 Main, srner Union Street. GOODBAR & GILLILAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, 301 MAIN STREET. WEBSTER BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee. We are now receiving oar fall stock, the largest we have ever offered to the trade. Merchants will find It to their Interest to examine before buying. augii New Firm New Goods SOUTHWORTH & THAYER, BTRICTLY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes & Hats 199 Main St., Memphis. $S At competing prices with any other Market. Ouoi8 Sold osly to Mer chants. Satisfaction guaranteed in ev ery instance. se-'lodAw HIDES AND LEATHER. ASHBROOK & WHITE, Successors to tiro. Philler A Co., DEALER IN Hides and Peltries Highest Cash Prices Paid for Hides, Furs, Deer Skins, Beeswax, Tallow, Wool, Etc. Constantly on Consignment, Harness, Bridle, Skirting and Sole Leather, ADAMS STREET, Between Front Row and Water St., sel MEMPHIS, TENN. I). 11. THOMAS. B. F. UKOSS THOMAS & GROSS MANUPACTKUEBS OK LEATHER 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. WCtuh pat J for MM ami Leather In the roiurh. aelv MEDICAL. Try Dr. Guilmette's EXTRACT OF JUNIPER IT is an infusion of the berries of the cele 1 bratetl italiiin Jnnloer. In the best nunlllv of gin, aud Usuoerlor to all other remedies for Disease of the Kidneys, Debility of Stomach and llowels, Catarrh of the Bladder, Brick Dust Deposit in I'rine, Cholic, Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Gravel. Diabetes, And all Diseases of the I" rinary Organs. For sale by W. N. WILKERSGN & CO., Wholesale Druggists, oc7 040 Main St.. Memphis, Teun. TO THE AFFLICTED. DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH H.AK perrnnmnitTr ItMntcd in Memphis, and will treat chronic MMUM of everydea cription. For t iifiml Iisees he h ati iNt'ALLi liLE siKCinc that MMOW every vestlice of the disrits', without (fiviug mer cury. Thojie suttevliiK witli cosscmption or iOHMI iL.i he pect3!lr Invttea tu avail them- si'iesoi ins tn-uinif ni. leeiUiK auurm, iioin exuei ieric. Ihut he ha, discovered the renie- ti a Merciful Providt-noe Iia provided for Tiu8e lorntttiaoie nnu nirneno cousmerea in curable dieaMev. !..,.,- atti.oled with diN eflaea pi-ullftr to their aex arofeaafulry treat- it. All roniinuuu-anons ry l-lter pi otnptlv uswered. Ofbv-e-227 Second St., LTp-Stair. K7 DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSARY. THE LAKOEWf AND OLDEST INSTITfTlON OF THE KIND IN THE SOU THWKBT; ESTABLISHED NINE YEARS And the only reliable place for tha Cure of Private Diseases. Dr. RUHBELL. No. 4J North Court Street, north atd of Court Square, Memphis, Tean, 1 acknowledged by all parties interested as by far The Most Successful Physician IN the treatment of Private and secret dis eases. Quick, thorough and permanent cures gufiranteed In every ense, male or fe male. Heceut cases of Ubonorrhea or Syphi lis cured In a few days, without the use ol mercury, change of diet or hindrance from buaiueaa. Hecnudary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicated without the use of mercury. Suf ferers from Impoteuey, or loss of Heiual Power. rtored to free vigor iu a few weeks. Uleet or ijhonorrhea of long standing, when all Internal remedies have railed, per'aaneut ly and xiieedlly ourd by a new treatment. Victim of aelf-aunse and excessive veuery, sufferlua from Rpermatorrhea and loss of phy alcal and mental power, speedily and perma nently cured. w" All consultations strictly ci ni fl .1 e u 1 1 al -umoe hours troni V a.m. to 1 p m., and 1 to s p.m. DR. J. B. RUSSKlds Cousultlug Physician. L. U. WARRAN, liecretary. Treatwa ou Chronic DUea s iurulahed frea ou application. ap!5 daw INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VINCKNTtS INSTITUTION FOR THE INSANE, St. Louis, Mo. This Institution w usiuunded by the Slater's of Charity, Au gust M, MMa. It is private and nrst-class la Its arrangements aud accommodation. In sane p ill. n:s of both sexes and of all de nouitBaUons are received, also those addicted to taklig upturn or other stimulants to ex cess and desire to correct. For terms, etc., apply to Ur.J.K. BAUDUY or the SISTER eUPEKJOK. auglt GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS NEWTON FORD & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 17 UNION STREET, Lee Block. Memphis, Tenn se2 daw 0 1 O L. O o o 4J j I! s a CO E 8 ui Cat UI Li. O X ml hi LU V) tu O ui ui cc I 09 CO CO E E o O Ik QC O o CM o n- 9S 'H Bp CO o 1 QC UJ CP o QC C9 o e 1 N HILL. N. FONTAINK HILL, FONTAINE & CO Successors to w"ii.LtAJ003f, Hn.1. ft Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, HAVE for sale, and keep constantly on hand, a full assortment, couttlug in part as follows : 10t casks Bacon ; Suu barrels Mesa Pork : 100 barrels Jowls and Rumps; aw kem Lard: lilt) hhaa. Louisiana Sugar; 2U sacks Coffee; SOU pkgs. Molucca bhds,,hbls.,hlfs A qn. 1000 pieces Kentucky Banging M i M. Ky. pv. Landemau anil J. ft D. Klaz.) IAD tons celebrated u Arrow Ties." UJu kegs Nails assorted aiaea; ball barrels Flour; North Carolina Roe cut and gross Herring 100 bbls. pure, copper-distilled WhUky ; 100 barrels rectified Whisky; in) barrels Robinson County Whisky. Calling your attention to the above, we re spectfully request a continuation of your pa Irouage, and promise, by strict attention to business, with the Interest of our patrons ever before us, to merit It. auglS daw HILL. FONTAINE ft CO. 'plIOS. V. NEEL, late of Macon, Tenn.. Is t admitted as a partner of our house, dat ing from September 1, latU. The style ot the Arm In future will be Smith. Neel ft Co. September 14. 1MN. SMITH ft BKO. nemTfirm. Jaxrs IT. Smith, late of Smith ft Bro. Twos. V. Nbki.. late of Fayette county, Tenn. Uao. W. Smith, late of Smith ft Bro. SMITH, NEEL & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS General Commission Merchants No. 7 MONROE STREET, Bet. Main and Front, Memphis, Tenn. Consignments respectfully solicited. Orders for Bagging. Ties and Plantation Sup plies shipped at lowest market rates, selodaw Chas. C. Partke. B. Frank Hakhert. PARTEE & HARBERT, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. II Union Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. CONSIGNMENTS respectfully solicited, upon w hich liberal Cash Advances will be made. All Cotton consigned to us Insured, unless otherwise Instructed. A full supply of ttag!t i u a. Hope and Ties constantly on hand. Caref ul attention given to rilling orders oi every aina. ar We have secured the services of an ex perienced cotton man to give especial atten tion to weighing and sampling. se2 daw PARTEE ft HARBERT. A. B. Treabw ell. B. D. Tbma dwell. Late Price ft Tread well. Memphis, Teun. R. A. Tuadwill, late of Marshall Co., Ml is Tread we Si Brothers, WHOLESALE GROCERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No 15 UNION STREET, LEE BLOCK, - MEMPHIS, TENN. HAVE FOR SA LE AN D KEEP CONSTA NT ly ou band a full supply , lu part as tol lows: 100 casks Bacon; 200 barrels Mesa Pork ; 250 kegs Lard ; 100 units. Louisiana Sugar; 200 barrels Hard and Kenned Sugar; 200 packages Molasses; 500 pieces Kentucky nagging; 100 tons Iron Ties assorted ; 500 kegs Nails all sizes; 500 barrels Flour; 560 barrels Salt ; 200 barreLs Whisky all grades; 150 box.es Cheese; S00 bags Coffee; Extra Sugar-cured Hams, and numerous articles not mentioned. seL wm. m. r a rrington. HENRY B, HOWELL FARRINGTON & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street Corner of Court, MEMPHIS, - - TENN. K wlU be ready rr business in our new VV store on 1st Seiitember, aud will have a good stock of Plautaliou Supplies to meet the wants of our frteada. Be Particular atttntioa paid to sales of Cotton, which will be stored lu our own ware house and sampled and weighed with care. Cotton In store will be covered by insu rance unless otherwise Instructed; and all shipments by river Insured under our open policy. aug FARRINGTON HOWELL. COTTON FACTORS. Robert Black, Z. N. Est as, Jas. V, . ANDEJtaoN, Jackson, Tenn. BLACK, ESTES 8l CO., Successors to Horton, Estes A Co., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. II Monroe St., Memphis, Tenn. Consignments of Cotton, Tobacco and drain solicited. Bugging, Rop auduilsup pUes furnished at the lowest tales. Liberal cash advancements made on Cotton in store or In transit. mmt J. F. DOWDY, Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 264 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. aw Liberal cash advances made on con signment s7 T. A. NELSON & CO, Cotton Fact ors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 8 Jefferson Street, Memphis, Tenn. 9 Liberal cash advances made on con signments to them, or to their New Orleans house. Nelson. Lani-iiiik A Co. sell THOMAS H. ALLEN & CO., No. 7 Monroe 3t., Memphis. T. H. & J. M. ALLEN & CO-, (Established iu 1841), No. 192 Common Street, COTTON FACTORS se7 NEW ORLEANS. WASH. S. TAYLOR. W. L. RAUroKb W. C. H'OCIKR. TAYLOR, RADFORD Sl CO., COTTON FACTORS, AUD General Commission Merchants. j - MONROE STREET, between Main and 1J Front, Memphis, Tenn. Bagging, Rope. Ttea and Mupplie furnished on reasonable terms. Special attention given to filling cash orders. asf all consignments Insured, unless other wise Instructed. ocS FURNITURE. o 0 CO JC UI i o s 2 7 s - : 9 f i it m 13 5 S O n UI O La CO 111 UJ o u CO o CO CM s 32 2i OYSTER DEPOT. OYSTERS ! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! F. STURLA &, BROS., successors to D. Astc Co., " Domlute,"i 337 Main Street, Corner of Union. UENTS for Richard Chamberlayne, whole sale Oyster dealer and packer. Norfolk, Virginia. Oysters in the Shell and Can Servtf in tvery btyie. Messrs. sturla A Bros, will continue the above business as heretofore, and respect -lull solicit their share of public patronage. PAl'L Cl'N Eo. so well known ti the old customers of " liomlnlc" as a master of the art of serving up bivalves In every known manner, still presides over the culinary de- artment, ana win oe giau I- wait on nis oiu riends. T lie Bar Is not surpassed tn the cltr. oco RETAIL GROCERS. SPICER 8l SHARPE, GROCERS, ETC., 354 Main Street, Magevnev Block, Virol'LD Invite attention to their choU-e II stock. Our city and country friends will And an excellent variety of good Uroce rles at as low prices as anv house in the city Be sure to give us a call, and see for your selves. Choice New Flour at low prices I'ostel, ilascontan tar, ciarksviue t-ity and Southern Star; New Mess and No. 1 Mackerel ; Choice Teas, Choice Coffees, Choice Stifpirs, Fine Syrups, Fine KelMMBj Fresh Chocolates, Etc. Etc. Ktc, Arrangements hsve been made for a larne supply of those fine Hhakik HRBSBRVkS, wnicli will ne sotn at prices as low as can oe liail at UeaUoualters. e3 SPICER A SHARPE. LAWYERS. T. V. Brow9. O. P. Lvlis. B. C. Brown. BROWN, LYLES & BROWN. LAWYERS, OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,. Corner of Mam, mm MEMPHIS, TENN. M. D. WELCH, Attorney tt Law No. 35 Madison Street, sel6 Memphis, Tsln A. WKIUii'-, L. D. M'klSICK, LtTKR . WXXGHT WRIGHT, McKISICK 4 WRIGHT ATTORNEYS AT LAW, n the Kit Williams Block. No. S and , up stairs. Mailiaon Stret. 4ec7 . . MEAT STALL. Let Epicures Remember that CHARLES FRANCE Always has on hand at his Meat store On 3VE1X1 St., Clxolsoa, UETWEEN Tlilru ana rourtn, steaas . . . L,,,.. 1.',.., ( J . mips, nuwia, outw., . the best sold iu Memphis, at the lowest prices. . NOTICES. NOTICE TO COTTON SHIPPERS rpHE Charleston Steam Cotton Press. M. and I i K. II. Depot, ts open tor business, at sfiKvn-mt Cents prr Balr rus Com f ukssino. Ample rami lor bauultug. cell H. A. MUNTUOMERlTBapt. Mississippi and Trnkbssbr Railroad.) Becretary and Treasurer's Office, Memphis, Tenu., Sept M, UW.) CvOlTPONBof the Klrst Mortgage 7 per cent. seveu per cent, bonds of tola company, maturing on the 1st October uext, will be paid at this efflce at maturity. m. H. LAMB, Treuau re r . RALLY RALLY ! RALLY ! ERCHANTSlook to your Interest. If too inki (inarles. Bagging and T!. cheap t wl,olesale.gotoSlTroN,OUYEB CU a, i '..., is and Cotton r actors. us Jj and 228 Front street, Memphis, Tann. a7 TO ARRIVE! PER SHIP " MINNIE A. SMITH," FROM CADIZ, 40 BUTTS GENUINE SHERRY WINES, ASSORTED GRADES, FROM; THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF GONZALEZ & BYASS, OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTER A, 11 SPAIN," WUICII WE. NEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY B. J. SEMISES & CO. Yannissee Having Warned that parties the " YannLssee" Whiskey, we hereby fcive notice that we will haing auit for damages against any RESPONSIBLE party we may discorer attemptrng to sell tlii brand of Whisk -v . and will publish them as selling a SPl'RIOf'S artlcft. We hare had the sole use and control of tbe " Yannfewee" brand fur nearly twenty years, au none Is genuine without our brand on the barrels. B. J. SEMMES 8l CO. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. 0 Memphis at last is wiile awake, and with LARGE STOCKS, LIBERAL MERCHANTS, And every inducement otlered by AXY CITY SOl'Tff Of SEXY YORK, solicit your trade. If you have any doubta, eotne and see WM. n. MOORE eft CO.. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, 200 MAIN 8TREKT. NEXT DOOR NORTH O' FEABODY HOTEL. Wo Boll to Mcrchauts Only. MANUFACTURERS AN D HEALERS IN TINWARE, STOVES, GRATES, MANTLES IIOllow Ware txxxzL Castings. Jobbers in Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, Etc. Sole Agents for BUCK'S PAT ENT BRILLIANT COOKING STOVE the Best in the World. EVAN'S Vu WALLACE'S Slate & Marble MANTLES AND ENAMELLED CRATES. Our stock In very large and com plete, and we are determined not he undersold in any market. ISTo. 806 MAIN STREET, ei2 Opposite PeatHl3' Hotel, Memphis. Tennessee. WORSHAM HOUSE CORNER MAIN AND ADAMS STS.. MEMPHIS. TENN. J. J. WORSHAM, CUBBINS & GUNN, IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS HAVINO THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE )UNLRy AND MACHINE SHOP IM the tioulhweat, are prepared to do all work In THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OK NEW AND SECOND-HAND STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC - AND WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES WaUcii will be cat and fitted to order, promptly an i well. One of the firm gives constant at teulkm to toe bulldlug f Lite very bent FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS, Wnleh for durability and satisfactory working, ar unsurpassed. SMt'TTEES, BOLTIN CLOTHE) AND LEATH KK BELX1NO, in full supply, and cheaper than elsewhere. UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis, Tenn. WILLIAM OKGILL. IDXCSD ORGILL. Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE & CUTLERY, NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE Y7"E ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OK ALL OUR FOREIGN OOOD8. WE PL'RCHAHKOL R Vf Domebtlc tioudH from the 51anuiacturera. We are euahted to offer great advantages lo I'lc trad. We are boLE AGENT'S lu Memphla for the Gl !t 1 Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also, Buckeye Reapers and Mowers, Marvin & Co.'s Greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safes, Sorghum Mills, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wheat and Corn Mills, And many other article too nrrneroua to . . L . vi j ... . : t .. . r . .. vt ..... t .. . rlety. Freucb Window Ulass, Irou, Metaln Ca8t:n!f. Helling. Wheat Thresher, etc. TtK-MS CASH, UK BllUltr t-li. -H l HATS AND CAPS. ISAAC FRIEDMAN. WHOLESALE HATS and CAPS 297 MAIN STREET, Up-Stairs, - - Memphis, Tenn. aVThe only exclusive Wholesale Hat House In tbe city. My stock is entirely new, well assorted, and buying direct from manufacturers, ena bles me to compete with Eastern houses. lfiAAC FRIEDMAN, selD Jff Main street. Cp-'.'. - SPLENDID BUSINESS STAND FOR RENT. THE other part of our house affording suf ficient room for our purposaa, we pratHj.se to place in reach .if competitors the Best Business Stand ts be Had in the Cit by offering to Kent rr the next twelve months, tbe spacious Salesroom we now oc cupy at the northeast corner of Main and Jejferson I 'Jfa XREIEVANT A CO. WILL SELL AT Wh.isk.ey in this aud otbr cities, nretend to sel PATENT COMBINATION CRATES. PROPRIETOR. . L. DBXI9e!t. A. 9. I'SU mention. Agricultural Implement In great va ...... . .. .... u..i o.'k. ..n v. . ....... fcrl.l .st e. mji'J INSURANCE. PLANTERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., Office : Cor. Madison and Second. i. G. LONSDALE. President. D. H. T0WMSEN0, Vice-President. WALTER A. 600DIIAM, Secretary. J G. L0HS0ALE, Jr., Ass t Secretary. DIRECTORS : D ft Towwaim, J- J- Busby, J ti. lAGUUAl.a, E. StETRR, G. v. Kakbact, s. F. McNutt, U. T. KiKTia, J. r. Fhim. C, W. OoTaa, B. F. MAiK.tr. A. VafWHi J- C. Nuiii, M. J. w r. - E. J. 1.11UH, N. R. suuoe. This Company is prepared to do a gener-il Ftre ami Marine Business. amtn St. Clair Nurseries, Summerfieid, 1 1. - - MILKS from St. I. sils, on O. and M. IL . . I R., r . F. MBC.WK, Kroprl Huadred seres In !e eullivatloi Trees. A pples a msgniaceiil s. 'I year olds, lnciudtug all the le most popular southern varieties from reliable growers Sooth- Pear Plums, Apricots, Nectarluea, CUtsr m. Grapes, strawberrht.. Kn..l in great variety. A choice liectl Oruamental Evergreen and lieeidi ?loweriug shrubs. Herhscet.us Pis stc. Branch Office. 13 and Id Mor N4iUf OKO. H. BKuWN.OeL I