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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- SAT 1 1 I 1DAY, OCTOBER 16, 1S69.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
U. 8. STAMP DCTIK8-
For AfTeemout or Contract, or renewal
f,,r vrivr amount
utti.s to torelzs port. exospt
Brltth North Amrnov
0
111! of l.adlrisUn
Bond of Indemnity, t
or part 44
Bond for KlMlIlr, Ln
nin!iof sa
n ofne... I in
pedliutSUN- in
Certificate of Deposit, i
Marrlaae
d or MurtMn, o
m of Reed &ute, n
her Con x eyen
tcmdlni SoUS M
nOt ' t -. . :.K
Bo., exceeding SIOWJ, for every SSOUor frxc-
llonal part
raft or urd
rt thereof u on
Dnft or order at stent
ir
Draft, not el lbt.
til, for r
b tumor pari.... II 16
Mm, not over
tttl W
Lease above MM, ibr aob bbIBBS! taw
or part - S
atona-age, or Asslaniueni of auu, otw
(MM and not ova 440 . 44
Mortgage, for each addttlocai HW or part u Ml
Notes, fc.r each SIOS or part 44
Receipt, for tm and over
Power o Attorney lo sail alorl or collect
dividend or Interest thereon 0 E
Power to Mail or Bant Real testate t at
Poww to collect RenU S
Protest of Not or Draft 0 B
FTSANCK.
Ornrm or thi Dsilt AmuL,
Mixrin, Ootober 15. latin.
The Kssern money market aince the
(rreat fold bobble hunt, has Wn rapidly
approaching a greater degree of eaae than
ha existed for many weeks. Call loans
In that market haye not been unfrozen:
at 4 per rent, within a weak or ten days
back. In ylew of this fact the .Stockholder
says: " Tha: no sharp Wee tern or South
ern dVmand now piasnnn on Near York la
aignifieaot of at least one thing, to-wlt:
that the farmers and piasters are uot com
pelletl to sell their wheat and cotton.
This betokens prosperity, and prosperity
In the industries of the country is sure to
act earl; on Wall street."
We have no change to not la local
money matters. Quotations of scrips are
the same as yesterday, with no Improve
ment n tne demand. Dealers buy ledger
balances at Tic, and sell at 78c
County Warrants baying at 4c, and
oiling at fioc.
Police Scrip 4c buying, and aoMin 1
060670.
Currency is close with some nt onr
hanks, while others are well enough sup
plied to take all the cotton bills oOered by
regnUi-customers. Rates are steady at
5oHe discount, the former on Now
York snd the latter on points in New
Knjjlsnd. The selling rates are quoted at
par, but in large aaaaaaata or to custom
er discount Is the rale.
There is s good country demand for
gold, which cannot be met try the offer
ing. Dealers are unable to bay to any
extent, though they bid full New York
rat-s for large and small ansoants selling
at &2c advnc.
Oar disnatehes report aalea ol Old Ten
nessee bonds to-day at 61c, and New at
54 to 6rlc. OoTernmenls opened firmer.
With a good demand, but st noon they
war dull, and closed dull hut steady.
Ii 1981 9C$
ft-SO Bead of - I . il-H?.
t-ao " 1W4 lisisnsis.
i-l " lHtt llV;lllS
t- ' hMs.sww miu-
6-3U 187, -
6-10 1Mb, "
JO-40 Bonds
Paainc Sixes
1179117T
10m(!fs
.1U7SM7
The stock market was generally firm,
owing to a large abort Interest still un
covered. The following are the closing
tjuutationa :
Canton
Western I'nion Telegraph Co
Quiet silver
Pacific Mail
Adams K.xprese
Welle, Fargo Oo.'a Kxpreae
American Kxpreae, ...
t ui;-: 8:atea Kxpress
Merchants Iniou Kxpreae. .
k'ew York Central.
Erie
Hudson
Seeding -
alicbigan Outral
' Southern
Iinnols Central
Cleveland and Plffslmrg.
Chieairo ami V.rtueu.;ij.
..
MS
- liX
KM
. S3
. 10
.177
.. 33
.15H'
. 16
.124
9!
134
lou
preferred. (C?
i lerelansf and i olelo
Bock laland
St. Paul
rit. Paul, preferred
r'ort Ways
Ohio and Mississippi.
COTTV.V.
fRAimor COMMKRI'B, )
Mevphis, October 16. lteJV.
There was sn active demand in our mar
ket lo-dar, and thessles smoiinted to 150U
I Ales, at prices ranging fnm 3c to 240
for Low Middlings to .Strict. As fast as
the cotton is sampled, it Is sold. Low
grades are particulsrly in demand, but so
far only a small proportion r,f t Ins grade
has found its war to market. There w ill
be plenty of it, no doubt, when the rain
i in, bat ail that is bo being pieked is
, aad will average full up M4d'i"e
in any market. Anioug the sales were
JU bales Low Midding at 23,c ; 4 do. 23 V ;
1. . 9, Jo at S4c; 43. 13, 65, 17, 20, 23,
7, 19,' 50. 10, it! ami 27 Middlings, at Mr;
13, 24, 151, 42. is and do., aC54S ; 87, 4
If 3, 20, 10 and 12, all MiddUng aad htrict
Middling, at 24', c. Nearly erery buyer
la the city participated in the day 's trans
actions. The effort alluded to by as some tiuM
ego, having fjr its object the stahliati
ment of a Board of Cotton Brokers snd
S yen, le about Vn be successful. Nearly
all of oar buyers here formed themselves
Into an association, and wili puoiavb their
rales and by-iaa-s oo Monday next. The
aaaoriaaion will be known as the Memphis
Board of Cotton Buyers and Brokers, snd
(hey will Is governed by the same ennsti.
tutioTj alrt bjr-laws as the New Orleans
IV toe Shippers' AJtotiin. We have
not room to give exactly the "Waste ex
pected to beatlsiuetl by the new organi
zation, but will briefly stste thst it is ex
pected to bring the gentlemen who pur
chase the etaple more closely together
eoeially, to estsblisb such rules as will
faoilfVate business generally, etc. We
will haye more to say on this subje. t
when w know more of its objects,
rrrojf srvTrsavT.
Stock on bsnd Sept. 1, . v . W
Beeeired to-day 1.771
Jieesived pretumaly 17sai.-l,5ai
Tola! -
Shipped to-day . I,7e0
Shipped prevlooaly 13.411-15,177
Btock on hand 4,443
Beoelpts per M. at C 152; M. d T. SOI;
M. 0.314; L. R. : Biver 74: Wagoiia
100.
Kxport WSre per M. at C. It. R. 22:
M. T M. ,V O. R. R. OH deerease,
45.
JftiW TORg MARKET.
New Y(!tK. October 15. 10:25 a.m. Cot
Ion Kasier aad nominally unchanged.
Ixrw Middling, aSfJWQc; i piaada. So V:
Hood Middling, 27 He
11:14 a.uu Cotton irregular: some
sslea, but st s shade lower, nominally.
1iw Middhng. 2ic; Cplands, 2.V:
liood Middling, 27SjC
12:30 p.m. Cotton Irregular. Low
Middling. We: I'plauds, 2li'ae: Oovsl
Middling, B&C
-..C p.m Cotton quiet and weak.
Sales 1400 bales. Sales for iKtober, de
livering, at 2&V3&i.-: Noeemls.r st 2T'.
w Middling, a-: Cplands, 5H2'ic;
Ued Middling. 27H.
4:15 p.m. Cotton market closed jnlet
but unchange.1. Sales lo spinners, 57
bales; speculators, 302; fr exports, 1270.
Contracts were made for 1011 bales Low
Middling. dliTcral4e, ai 25c; 100 Oeto
ber. 454o: 19 November, 25'.,c: 100 De
cember, 34,c: 100 lieeeaibsr, 25 Sc; 4
October, prlyale lerros; 150 November,
private terms; I00 Uecemlsr, private
lama. Rales for the week. 24,301 bales, of
which spinners took 4882; speculators,
1001; exports, 11,118; In transit, WJo, and
an contract 7300 bales.
Kgra OOULaJfs MABKaW.
New OtLliXi, October 15, 11:30 p.m.
Cotton demand moderate and prices
Arm. MiddHag34,c. Ssl-s, 600 bales.
2:30 p.m. CuUOB firmer. Middling
MKHo. Hales. 4000 bales.
LIvltVroOL at AXKKT.
Uviumoi., Otloosr 16, 11 : 15 am. Cot
ton quiet. Sale Of 8000 bale. L'plaudi ,
12Hd; Orioana, U)d. Week's salsa, 64,
om bales, for export, 8000; speculator!,
am, stock oa hand, 426,000 bales; A mart -can,
42.000. Weeks receipts. 22,080 bale.
jLinerleaii, 7000. Block alloat, 386,000 bale,
t whK 38.000 bales ac aVaerivaa.
Ir20p.sa. Cotton unchanged. Uplard)
U&li rl09 ISHd, Mm, 7W8 bile. ;
4 luix, Cotton armer. Sales, kkflsS.
BsJasy of aBJoav 4400 si On ieiiiiamfiiio
&ad Axourtara, Cplands, iSHd; Oriasn, ,
iii(v. ;
TSst loea
TliA i -,
i i sckeu
are 0t or dsja and f'ltvyi
ton crop will be found oil another page.
It will well repay perusal.
Receipt of produce and merchandise
aince Thursday noon havi been : 47 bbls.
apples; 7o pkgs. ale and porter; 150 pes.
bagtrmg: 24 pkgs. butter; 44 casks bacon;
26 bales cation yarn ; 3426 sacks cotton
seed; 732 seeks corn; AO sacks oommeal;
240 sacks coffer ; OSS bundles iron ties; M
bbls. oranges; 24:: bbls. and pkgs. i
lasses; 10S bbls. oil; IHdo. rice; 3fi hhds.
agar; 120 bbLs. whisky; S&2 pkgs. wines:
and 2072 pkgs. assorted groceries, dry
goods, hardware and sundries. One hun
dred and fifty head of hogs, and one hun
dred sheep, came up via the Mississippi
and Tennessee road yesterday. Receipts
of corn yesterday were only sixteen sacks.
Bauoi.no -The market is not well sup
plied, and price are tin ion all kinds:
IX lb 21 lo 22c; heavy 20 lo 30c; India?.!
to 30c.
BTTTTcr. Choice is scarce at 33 to S6c,
bnt fair '.able ia in good supply at 30r ;
common 25 to 28c.
Brans Choice Navy 32 78 to S 00.
Brooms No. 1, M 4 to 5 50 per dor.en ;
No. 2, S3 50 to 4 SO.
Broom i'ors Price am weak et 375 lo
100 per ton.
Bbkswax Steady at 30 to 32c
Blii.dicr'm Matbrial Cape Lime in
lota on levee 2; from store, 32 25. Ala
bama at depot 32 10; from store, 32 25.
Louisville l ament, 25 to 3 50 in lota.
Roaendale, .34 60 to 6 00. Plaster 35 at.
Hair, in 40 lb bale, 92 75 to 3. Fire
briok $5 to 8. Building Brick 38 per M.
Cop be The market is steady and de
mand fair. Skimmings hi lo 2or; Kio 21
to 24c for common to fair; prime do 25 lo
27c ; Lagny ra 27 to 28c ; Java 35 to 3oc.
Corxmbai. The local mills sell at 35 50
for fresh snd kilndried. It is shout the
asm on levee. Held at 35 75 in store.
Cstbbsh Factory 18 to 18 V; English
Dairy MX to lye; Western Reserve Is to
ISHc.
Cotton Sbbd There Is an active de
mand from oil mills a13 delivered, with
sacks furnished hy buyer. Receipts are
good.
Caxxbp Goods Peaches. 2 lbs, 32 5& to
3 00. Oysters, stsndard ts-ands, 91 75 to
2 75 for 1 and 2 lb. Brandy Peaches 6 50
to 6. Cherries 35 75 to 8 25. Blacklrrie
92 75. Strawberries l 00. Pineapples
94 to 4 24. Tomatoes 91 75. Sugar of
Lemon 95 00. Jellies, tumblers as-sorted,
93 25; goblets, half size, 93 50; full size,
93 75.
Kiis The demand is not active, and
prices are irregular. We quote at 2M to
33c, as to condition.
Ff-orR We have but little change to
note in flour. All grades are dull. We
quote Fine 34 50 to 4 75; Supers 95 50; X
94 to 6 25; Family 9t 60 to 7; Fancy
brands 97 50 to s 60.
FnrtT There ia a large slock of interior
apples in market. We quote choice at M
lo 6 per bbl, and common at 92 60 to 3 60 ;
dried apples to 7c ; peaches 7 to 8c.
Fbbd All kinds of feed is in light sup
ple. Con. on levee 91 to 1 10. We quote
a sale of 120 sacks mixed at 91 delivered.
It was not considered priue. Yellow is
not in mueh demand, hut white la sought
for hy millers at 91 us to 1 lo. oats are
scarce, and held at 02 ,c on levee. Bay Is
very scarce, and a small lot of choice waa
held at S2S on leve. Of 200 sacks hran, 100
waa sold at 923 50, and the balance held
for 924.
FfSH Mackerel. No. 1, bbls 924; Jj bbls
912 50; kit est) to 3 00; No. 2, bbls 915 50;
S do 3 50 to 9 oo; kits 92 2; family. In
bbls 314; M do. 7 50; kits 92. White fish
98 00 to9 00 in bbLs. Sardines, quarters
919 per case; halves 412 50. Fresh lake
fish, 10c per lb.
liiDias Hry Flint 21e, Dry Salt 17 to
ISc; Green Salt Ma : nxn 9V ; Daer
ak ins 30c s?r pound ; Sheepskins 25c to 91
each.
Hardware Demand active. Nails
95 110 rates. Hollow ware, 5 to tic. Col
lins' ,t Hunt's aves, 915 r doz. Bar
iron, 5Hc
Ibos Ties Priisis are steady at 7 to hp.
LsaTUEK Heavy hemlock sole 36 to
38c, oak do 42 IS : Han ess oak 42 to
44e; np(sr No. 1 94s per Joien ; No. 2 45
do; French call 944 lo 7-. per dozen. Tal
low 10c.
I-1VK Stock Choice grassfisl beeves 5'-
gross; second quality 3'.j to 4:; gooil Tex
as 4c; Western cornfe1 sre ncarceal6to
c; sheep 9 per head; calves 8 to 10c;
hogs 9ii to lis-.
Match as 98 5c per gross Inr No. S.
N avai. Ntobbs Tar in k.gs, 95 25 to
5 75 for pine; in 4o gallon bbb, 98 to 10 00;
pitch, 95. Resin, 94 60 to 7 50. Oakum,
94 to 5 60 per I ale.
Oil Co!, 3H to40-; Ijird, 1 riO; Lin
seed 91 18 to 1 25; do I- .1 led 91 25 to 91 30:
Tanners 91 10 lo 1 26; Lubricating 06 to
ft 26; CastorS:! 60 to 3 75; Turpentine, 50
to.60e: Olive 2e oz bottles, 910 per basket.
Molasses Cuba 55c; Louisiana Sugar
Houjee S4c, Golden Svrup 91 10 to 1 15 in
barrels, and lis' dttiti..4j & kyi.
PofLTBi There is s good loesi demanil
at 94 to 4 5" for mixed old and young.
Prodive Potatoes sre in g snljocal de
maud at 2 to 2 10 from store; selling on
levee at 91 85 tt I 90; SB-t potatss
steady at I to 3 :s) per BBS, (ml ms M U
to 3 per bbl, with good demand. Csle
istge 915 to id per crate.
Provisions The nisrket I firm, and
slock only sutfieient to supply the jobbing
demsnd. Mess Fork, 954 00 to 14 50; Prime
Mess, 931 to 31 50; Clear Sides. 21 S to 22c;
Shouldtirs. 18 to 18V: Ch vice Sugar
cured Uanw, 39 to fjp, sod scsns;
New Sugsrcured Plsin i3 to in-,
liraakfsst tfooon 22c ; l.srd steady : tierce
30 to 20 V. kegs i 10 2 V; caddies 22.-.
Mess Beef-Tbomas' bbU 33; .,!;!
19 to 16.
Ji - toj There is no chsnge In qnota
tations. Crushe.7., Powdered and Gran
ulated 18c. Coffee A, 17,V; . J7c; 0
Kxtra, 17c; Is-marara, 16), to 17c; Loa
isiana old process, 10c. Prim, l5Hc;
Fair, 14c: Common, h.sjc; Y. C, 18V-
Soda In boxes, 8c; kegs, 7'.
Stabi B 74 to sc per lb.
Hai Fl' lierrett, box, 1'; acked, 918.
SHOT Drop, per bag, 92 90 to :l; Bin-k,
33 15 to 3 25. Pig and Bar lead, 1 1 to B.
Soap Palm Sap, c; No. 1 do. 7,V
Panola do. 9 to 34V; Erssive, 9 to lo. : Ex
tra Family. 4 lo sC; Caatlle 17c; imported
do. 26 to 2hc.
Halt Bid of 2S0 llx 92 05 to 3; Large
93 85 to 4; Common 93 riS to .1 75; Dairy
93 14 to 3 S.
RriKiT Proof Whisky 91 25; Common
Rectified 85c to 91.
Si-.mdbiks Kugllsh Pickles, asorttsl.
35 50 to 3 75; American, pints, 92 50:
quarters, 93 50; half gallons, 6 "6. Mus
tard per case. 91 Cn for quarter lb; Ken
tucky quarters, 91 75; halves, 93 50. Ma
sou's Blacking 45 to 75c per doz.
Vibimab Chler 38 to 10 per bbl; Wine
912 lo 15.
Wheat Prices are firm, and receipt
light; No. 1 red and while 91 26 to 1 35;
No. S 91 10 to 1 20; Inferior or rejeeted
Ml to 91.
BOOTS AMD SHOES.
1869 BOOTS & SHOES 1870
JOSEPH S. LEVETT L CO.,
(The Oldest Shoe Hoase la Memphis),
DoTy Competition,
IteapertfUlly Invite Dealers aad Planters to
call aud examine our nsw stock is-fore par
ii.ssing. JOs. H. LEVaTrT 4c 1X1.,
set 8343 Msln, corner I'nicn 8 tea,
GOODBAR & GILLILAND,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
BLOCK.
T
W are now receiving our fall Hock, the
largest we have ever offered to the trade.
MascBAWts will and tt lo their Interest to
sxasane before baying. angil
New FirmNew Goods
SfJUTHWORTH i THAYER,
r .
3"A,3H-IOT'X"'
WHOLESALE DEALERS
RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE.
Memphis and Little Rock Railroad.
To Madisom ash Limi Rock, Arbastsas.
Uoing West Leave HopeOeld dsUy at :00
a. in .
( omlng East Iave I.'Angnllle at 1 : n.m
Kerry host leaves loot ir lulon Mt. at:u)s.ui.
B. II. WILLIAMS,
Oenersl Agent snd Bupermtenrlrtnt.
Mtmpht ad Louisville Railroad.
nar art. arstvx.
Day Express, eiiv time.. sad mw a.m. 2:lAs.ia.
Night Kxpress, eity tlruTS:4j p.m. l3r.Sa.ia.
Ticket 'rrices ,o. -C 1-2 Main street sail at
Depot, lses.1 of Main street.
Sleeping Car stlached to Xlght Express
Train, which goea tlxasugh to NsshvlUe, via
Ssshvlllesnd.Nortliwsstern Railroad, with
out chanas.
HAM. R. JONKB, Oen l Sup't,
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
AKRJVK. DRPVRT.
New Orleans Mall, dalle 2:t p.m. 11 :) a.ni
N. Orleans Express. 't illy .au a.in. 4 ) p.iu
K.-eulit, dally except rtun-
dAy.7rr!! 2 p.m. (JSim
Mall Train aaafces direct connection for
New Orleans anil all polntouth.
Express Train makes direct connection for
roffeeville. Water Valley. Oxford, Holly
Springs snd all points nortli ( Urenada on
ThtirMcen;2tT 1-2 Mula street and at the
Depot. Omnlhusses will
and check hsagsire In any
leaving orders si 'jr; J-2 M
C. P. OAKLEY. Uen'l Tl
lea will call for passenger
e in any part of the city, hy
lHup't.
Memphis aad Charleston Railroad.
ARHIVK. nRPART.
Throath Mall P ". P-"'
Throimh Express lOiHI p.m. lluWp.ni
Juuction Aoooui odation.. S:l0a.m. Sisls.ni
HomervUle Aecoitislatlon :4U a.m. u p.m.
New i irleans train 9:to p.m
The 5:50 s.m. slid :4!p.m. trstus make all
Houttiern connections.
V. I. RONS, Oen'l Hupt.
;a 1 "
SPECIAL NOTICES.
In Remote Settlements of Untold Value
Food makee hlood; hlool makes the Issly.
If the hlood be pure, the body Is healthy. So
If ws are nat In health, we know some Impu
rities are lurking about which must tie re
moved, snd the sooner the belter.
HrMKtrttV JtU reosSS ail from Ae Km
u Ae-A lUMturt nee1 rt.
The
eeted by Bmndreth's
ittenllon of onlluht
:ds of five IhuUiutnd
Pills have srresU
cnel physicians.
now use them In their d;tl!y practice, and
two hundred have si ven their written testi
mony ss to their Inuocence snd value, as
cleanser of the Iswels ami lilissl.
Their untold value 1 to thiMe living In set
tlement where noetors csh only he had at
great expense. For If you sre sick, you
have only to lake oue or autre doseaof hraini
reth s Hils to get cured. F'uil directions are
with each box. Mold hy all druggist.
Batclwisr'i Hilr Dvs.-Thhi splendid Hslr Tiye
is the best lu the world; the only true and
pcrtee: I'ye; harmless, reliable, instantane
ous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints;
remedies the ill effects of had Dyes; invigo
rates snd leaves the Hair soft and besnlllnl.
black or brows. Sold by sll I'rugglsi and
Perfumers; and prorrlfJeppUed at Bsuihei
or's ig Pactory. No. 18 Kind street, N. Y,
ONLY ONE -
Hair Dye has been proveJ polionrVs. Prnt.
i hllu.u. whose reputation ss sn anslyiiiml
chemlsi gives tils statements the weigh; oi
authority, announces that
Cristadoro s Excelsior Dye
Has been snb ected to the proper tesis in his
lalioratory, and results show it to he
.4 BBOl. VTKL Y HARM I. KfSS,
As well as admirably adapted to the purposes
for whleh it Is designed, nils Is Important.
a i lie public has Inst been s srned, hy SWO
leading selentihV organs, against
THIRTY I'llAbl.Y DYKS
Now beiure the public.
CWHTADORU'M HAIRPHEHERVAT1 VK, ss
a Dressing, acts like aauarni on ine Hslr after
Dyeing. Try it.
The greatest Discovery of the Age This
Is admitted lo be, the faet hy the tbousands
who are now using Da. Tobias' Oklabratku
Vesxtian Linbkt. it has beeu inirHlii'-til
ulnee :M7;and n one once 1 r lr.gll is ever
without It. Il wlli positively cure the under
mentioned complaints. If osed as dlreeted:
Chroni,' RlieU'itslism.HoreThroat, Headsehe,
To.ilhahe. Sprains, Hrulses, old c-orea, Swel
lings, Mo.-fiulto Rites, aud Pains lu th- Bacl;,
Chest or Limbs; alsij, taken internally Bsc
Cliolera. DiArrliea, liyseiitery, i.roU)i, Unite
tsee Sickness, spssuis, etc. It Is perfect!
harmless to take Internally. :ec oath ac
eompanylng each bottle. li has never failed
to cure ev.ry case of Diarrhea, Dysentery
and 1 roup, if used when first taken Ar.vay
have a h.
In the bouse in readiness, an-:
y ou will
Pli.-e,
hy the I
out the
rret it.
His und '"ne Isillar. Rild
snii SLorekeeners tlllUuaB-
ii!fed Stales. Depot. 10 Park ; .arc.
New Yot k.
Weak Back. Pains of the Side, of the Hips,
hiiiJ about tb Kidney, are relieve I ut once
hy lbe .. ; j . u Of tie uf
ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS-
" GAI-NST'tWN, ALi., XoV.elT, UVS.
' MWwHP8. Thom. allcxxtl A 'o. : During &a
ttUSiV prrU'CltM I 'l le-U M'lTH I h i Vi- I94rn K
Tyqueut witnetss 01 th laHttloal quniittti ol
yourPwras WtmmHn. 1 etui certiry that they
urv all yoa clalin iu tlieui.
HoliF.KT K. 1 AJfPJeFi-I-. M.l. '
Dr. Hirer, of tsa kvonaii, ia., najT they are
the ! uitchanlCatJ uprtwrn lor weuk tma
fleii ever diacoverml ; i hat b their wurmlhtt
urpMrtltM ihay hrlna power and health, uij
'.i thi Htreiikith o! tut lUswHes aie entirely
r.-t-toretl; that he kiitws a csbj whers Alf
. . -i I'last-rs curet h itMitlinan of a weak
vp9 'c : that he dually piu4M.r.J Um In hiti
prtwtlce, wilii Ibe liHpplent ret,ults.
The Exhausted System. -Summer is a de-
blllLallnK tatson. anl the sudden rhangti nf
tmperalnrt whrt takn plare at thi period
of the year And" the tMMslthlt.t or ua eofialti
erably enervateii hr the prWMMng htat, and
the weakly. itid delicate almost prnatrated.
Thla nut a tavurable coaUUion In whioo to
eneoiintvr the raw cold wliidi of Ostober an. I
Ita ehflltnir focft and ntglit dew, and fin
quently tnteruiUleiit lever, dysentery, Ml.ou
attark.s ant i heniiiatinni, are ntre or l--prevalent
everj wheie, hut evrHHlitlly in local
It le where the atmosphere 1 uatmally uit
wholeaonie. In tier to avohl the danger
arhslng from these rauwn, the exhauted -ys-tem
should now fe renovated and lnriifn-rat-!
hv 11 tonre i-t HosTETTER'H HT'iH
At'H BITTERH. This purfst ilntl mmt potent
of all vectat,le tclca T"1 eyhlllranta rqgjM
latea the v err Lions while It renew the
strength, and 1 ,irl flea the flu Ida of the taaly ,
wliUe it give ;rruntf4K and vigor to the ner
votis nrgMnlzui. n. Freelrom the u n plari ;
Aavur thieh
ud era tii ordlnrirv ton4c1tt.fi
repalalreT conii
xntvii of t xtruCst and juurea of
the ehMeeat vf
gotaM Invigorant1. and cor
4 wiili a dittualve aiitniiluat
-y noaioua element hua bem
no ned prepamtlon Is, In all
ry bent nitMn-lne oj it- kiud
Iroin v hid: e
erpelled. this
I ( li-i'l n til
thMt the wort
pmn ever known. Kurh h the
'tlnguiahtM members of the
opinion of
medii'kil pnR -stiloa, and the general
diet of the jfebllc, after un experience ot
twenty .Tearrdur.ng whleh H n IE n'KK S
lilaTl Rts lis 5 hi r)ned a areuter popu
Iftriryahd ivf..e tt.t-T.( m miti'thuu any hpe
riatc ever atf crtUed in me fniuuiiH .1 tin.
American pra.
Be Beautiful. - If ou dgire Beauty you
should uae Hgun's Magn- li-t Halm.
it gives g soft, reflmd, sattn-llkc texLuie to
the ompjriioo, 1 i. mo Vet Kuglini.'at, k- !-iii-as,
Ulotche. Sun )urn. Tan, ete.. tii.u adila
a tinge of Pearly Bloom to the plain tat fea
tures. It brings tlie Uiottin of Youth to the
iH'ling ali era and cbatigw nl Coon try
Oirl into a Kuahluuubie t ii tiella,
in the u-r of the Magniiii Baim lie the
true aerret of Beauty. No lasly uejl com
plain of her Complexion who will In Teats' 6
cent lu this deligb wul artl le.
Lyon a Kathatiriui is the beat Hair Drealag
In um. .
JOB PRINTING.
FRANKLIN
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
ANNUAL CIRCULAR.
MfcKPHlK, TtW, Sep te 111 f Her 1, LHHe.
VT the opening ut' anoLber Coniuierclal
Year, the Proprietor of the Franklin Job
Printtug Houae Lak-s tba occasion to
grata 1 kite the Merchants and BuslueHH Men of
Memphis uptn the improved eouditlon of
the country, and the favorable prospect for
buslueas the enduing rtiM)u.
luiiug the Hummer, many additions hafa
iteen njMie to the Kraukllu lr)utlng Hons,
in the w a r m w hum liupmvel tab.r-H -Ing
Materhsls, Naw Script, circular. Bill
Head and 1 'artl Type, Heaiiitiful Cuta, Engrav
Inga and Ueaigtis.. reartsnting all kind or
Bl-i nen-t, Trad'-, nod Professions, Iilumlnaiel
Borders, tgiifituv, tt-., etc., making t lie office
complete in every partlctilax.
The attention of th Hilnest Puldlc la
ailei to the pt-rlect much Lur eiuphtyetl,
and the extraordinary lanltileH for exemtliig
every description of Fine Maa antii k
PmisTHxa.
The Proprietor ha Ieen practK-ally en
gaged In the Printing Busluem In Memphis
lor near!) twenty yearn, and it will be his
constant endeavor, by trVt peraoual atten
tion loail order, and by giving, lu every In
stABce, ooob artx-K. kin's wokk, and uv.
iwiiorm PKiriw, t merit the csjgd-dence and
patronage of Die Buslusn Cotnrnuuit)
He.pfttully. h c. Tiaiy.
MISCELLANEOUS.
THE MISSISQUOI POWDER
AITC7ALXT cures Cancers sad Scrofulous
diseases of the Skill. See Report in L. 1.
Medical isoclety, and stswmenut.) FbTald
In circular sent free on application to
l llAS. A. 11 BUlK, Uvurrsi Agent,
142 Pearl street. New York.
P. O. Box UBS. jyi
STORAGE FOR COTTON
U Mbbi au.Hestemaaraaa.j' .
MMcnsm MajcrsaBi OawTLgBBasy The
above U'swas ate iwt epu u receive sad
disc harge colUiB. Kver nwlUUf W sailer sad
buyer wlli be KC'-eo. my oh! patrons I re
11) !.!; i Or the future. I refer
btocn Haisers
Jny slsh to pur.
Bftther
wL batfsj
Fr'tBlifBli
Lasisii 1 " , " "v 1 raars
SSI 4 A.r. wtiiir-MUk 1
illsftp i 'tOT MLm 1S8I0N
m
I 1M 11 1 isaTSM IT 11 ll rr T Sal
1 KSa5 ftf il '.ai'
COTTON FACTORS.
W. L. srru J. H. tKiu.r.ii,
OfMhelbyl o.,Tenn. tdlte Madison Co., Teen. I
STEWART & SKILLERN,
Cotton Factors
-AJD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 3U0 mONT MTRRKT,
Meniplils, Tennessee.
W Will ntlnd promptly lo the sale of Cot- I
ton and Produce, snd (111 orders for supplies I
for .'ilstomers. se-
SHANE, HARRIS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
ajtd
General Commission Merchants
ir4 Front Htreet, Memphiri.
w We confine ourselves str1-lly to the
aelllnc of Prmluee, and hazard nothing ly
speeul,itlon see
R. W. PllirE. late nf Rest port. Miss.
J. t . TBBBV. Isle ..f Henderson, Terry A Co.,
New Orleans.
PRICE Sl TERRY,
Cotton Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 9 Union Streets,
Over Meaeham A Treadwell's,
MEMPHIS, - - - - TKNNESHK.
se6
tt. rtvOYD SMITH,
COTTON FACTOR
a bo
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
QffMb
No. 276 Front Street, Up stairs.
sWW.Il atten! mrlctly to the le of all
Cotton Mini PiTMluce on cfinitlffmnwt, and
Mperlai alientlon given tb tllltnx of all
order lntrwnv. to hi are. Liberal eaali ati
VrtnnH on rnnlunmenU. aeli
K. a Werhlk.
Kuyetle Co., Tenn.
JOIII W. Wr.BBH,
Kayelle Co., Tenn.
E. B. WEBBER & BRO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AS
Gan'l Commission Merchants,
ZM rront St., Meuiplils, Tenn.
BWIVinslgnmeiils of Cotton siilleited. Llli
ei'sl advaiieenniaileon eousupiuteuta in Btoa
HairTlng, Kope snd 1'lantntlon Supplies fur
nished ai the owisit market rates. uiv24
i&SEPH H. BLACK.
Lais of osjsiilie. K).
3. M. BLACK.
Late Black. Camron 4 Co..
Memphis, Tenn.
BLACK, BRO. & CO.,
Cotton Factors and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR the ssle of drain, Flenr, Beef, Pork,
Baron. Hay, Corn. Oats. Bran, Potatoes
and Western Produce generally.
ID Front Bl reel, hot. Madison and Monroe
MEMPIim. TKNN. jell
Wash s. tati-ob. h i.. Kjorum
w. b. M'srnia.
TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
AND
Genera! Commission Merchants,
4 - MONROE HTKKET. Urtwnen Ml:i an(t
J Front. Meinpliirt, Tenn. Ilaggliut:, R'ie.
Tt n ii Siipplle furnlflhed on reui ittabitv
tarniL special HTtentlon telvon t- fllllritc rash
O I tie I M
Mr All roji-sinrneniM !nurevi. unlcM other
wise lnstmrtert. ucA
T. A. NELSON & CO.
Cotton Factors
iVO
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. JwTer. u Stnet, Mt .-luplila, Tenn.
IMF" iJli. r&l es!i n'lvaneen matje on ron-aicuiM-aii
to tiiein.orto Liie'r w Orleans
ht'UliaJ, NliLN. I. A I'll i nil A Co. l
THOMAS H. ALLEN Sl CO.,
Xo. 7 Monnio St., Memphis.
T. H. Sl J. M. ALLEN A CO ,
iRstablhihed In 1M1),
STo. Ii-' Common Strw-t,
COTTON PACTOnSj
s7 lOCW ORLKA.VH.
4. J. BAWLIBUS. J. L. T1HB. J. U BAWUKO
J. J. RAWLINCS Sl CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 254 FRONT ST.,
VP-STAIRS, - - MXPUIS, TRSXICHSRR.
9kW We will Ball ail Country Produce Con,
whined to u. r
mitr We have ol.tn.lned the servlcea of MA
THH B. NuICMKNT, an old and exptrlem el
C4tton man to ussi: n in t!o-MleM of tNitrim,
Mr. Nirtneut wll known to i:.-- yiioWr of
1 ottota, r:ii'r in t h ' v iciolLy, and lit- A nli
1
be plea.sel to all uut old
tomem et onr office.
iS. Ma L KICK WHKB.
DSBBSB a 11 c
J. V. HC1.1.F
rim
Its
s. m. WEBB c CO.
COTTON FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 9 Sioncwall Block. Up stair,
CTBSSfl Ktiut. oat. Front Row and Main St..
SrT daw MKMP1HS. TF.T.V.
'. MltiKB,
ttmiphU, Tfnn,
R. F. HtRBOB,
Lats of Hhau, Uell a Co.
M'CEE & HERRON,
COTTON FACTORS
Ann
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
liiVI Front Mtrbkt,
Betwen Tonrt and J em ran a. Memjjliia.Tenn.
lUwo;!!i, itope and lronTla i'muMiml
at low ear market rntea. atH jW
j.j. maBY. W O, PATTKSoN, a h atcms fr.
of Trenton, Tenn..
Late of Grenada, MUa.,
BUSBY fc HATCHETT,
COTTON FACTORS,
-AND-
Gen I Commission Merchants,
No. Front 8t. Memphi, Ten.,
eT" Liberal Cash Advances mad.' on Cotton
or Produce, tn hand or In transit. ep! Uw.
OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS.
Traders,
COTTON I-AOTOR8
ABD
COMMISSION M ERC'l I AXTS,
No. XX Front Strwt,
(vO?"i!UNMK"rs 1i us by river Insured In
y owrupen p..ilc-. (uUvrs inrkpt!y ailtsl,
anil lliM,rul .-ajttj a. Mint-eHoii pruuute. A imiu
tiuual lui-ress ul ..ur huslBes In in Lwl e l
deuve f HttlUmi'ih.ii i;K,n. sel daS
I. II. Townscuci,
COTTON FACTOR
a?
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 256 Front Street,
MKMPHIH, - - - TKNKESBEE.
WKsaKlMK. Kiiihs ami Tii furntihe,! ciu
tomem. siiatilaw
F. s. aSBBsSl J. D. Jobbs.
JONES RROTHERS,
Commission Merchants,
COTTON,
TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS
No. 8 Madison St., Meaipbls, Teuo.
Oar roaslgnuients made us by river as cov
ered by open aollrv of rosu rune.. s7 it.vw
CHARLES H. DORION, Jr..
of M ' '.by a TKirlou,
Cotton Factor,
Over Sir Front Street,
MsrMFHis, : : Ten kkwkb.
In sain room occupied by Mosby a Dorluu.
aorbafBlng, Ties and applies fnrntshed
tocantoirierH. t.XinHigninents byrlvraad!n
store corered by Inscbabcb, unless other
wise ordered. HaSdaw
sT. Xj. VERSBR.
COTTON FACTOR
SftB
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
314 Front Stmt,
Memphis, : : -Tennessee.
Bacslne aa! Ties farnlstusl lo sasU
ai lowest marast ralas. wldsw
. 1 sstaaVlrai n
tr-sov Jacaaoti, (sb. -
BLACK. ESTtS & CO.
! I m MITTAS. PJ
HIDES AND LEATHER.
ASHBROOK & WHITE,
UFALKRH IN
Hides and Peltries
Highest l'h Pric-es Palil 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.,
set MEMPHIS, TENN.
D. R THOMAS.
a F. UHUHH
THOMAS & GROSS
MANITF TRITKB8 OF
LEATHER
AND I'fc.AI.KRrt 124
Leather & Shoe Findin s
Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip
Skins, Tanners' and Curriers'
Tools, Tanners' Oils, Etc.,
366 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
rrh,h paid for UUle and Leather In the
rouffti. e
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
DONOHO, JOY 8l CO.,
H Madison Stnvt,
M KM PHIS.
TEXNKSMKK.
WASTED TO EXVHAStiti
N tMNJU MUslMBippi Plantation for a rlty
relitenre ni Mt;uil vaiue.
Alo, a flaLOUU MlaHiMitpul fton Plantation
tor city property or merchandise.
A lo, Arkannua Iand and -. "; ckhIi for a
Kiuall fhrm near city, ou railroad.
Aiao, city 11- aud Land Tor an aauorted
Mtoirk of merchandise.
Also u.umi acree Arkansas Ijinda for mer
chuudW, or city property.
Alao, asuburbau Improved Troperty am!
cash tor a flnit-ehve olty rtsntdence.
Also, select unimproved 11 acre HutHii ban
lroperty ftr a flmi craaa MLselHslppt Rjver
plantation.
Alao, klbou Yankee Notions and Millinery
roraameli improved farm
Also, Meiuhundise fur a uuali tai m on rail
rood. DONOHO, JOY & CO.,
J4 Mrttli.in Stnvt, - Memphis.
Oftnirr Select um For Stifer
me let ciaas Miss. KWer Plantation, Itfni seres
Jue 1st :las ' - l:W0 Hereg
ne l claee UAi acre
tJMtt 1st mmm i pland Mlea. acrea
One M cla-m " M HH acrs4
One 1st ciaaa M tewa'rea
On 1st class ' ra-res
One 1st class " " mm acres
One bt riiLSHfrandJuiicll'ii .TJO acrea
outf Ut clans Jack.S4n. Ten. " LuOW a. res
Many othi rs In Tennessee, Arkansas , Ala
bama rind MtKHtssfnpl.
OA 1 and WaL.jHfT Una,
Water Power ami Mineral lsands.
BusliifBM ami Itesideme iwty Property. x7
CARPETINGS, ETC.
GLEN ECHO MILLS,
GERMANTQMfN, PA.
M'Caiium, Crease & Sloan,
Munufti-tuifT, Iinportors ami Whole
sale Denier in
CARPETINGS,
Oil Cloths. Mattings. Etc.
'K Invite theattenllon of the trad to oar
W extensive slock l Uoiu-aticCariellngii.
bitb of our own aud other makes, as wull aa
a large aasortment of Foreign tioods.
WAREHOUSE,
No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET,
t ;iHjMite the qtate Honae,
ei Hvt IIi tlcrlolil-li.
HATS AND CAPI.
ISAAC FRIEDMAN.
WHOLESALE
HATS and CAPS
2S7 MAIN STREET,
Up-Stairs, - - Memphis. Tenn.
-Tji oJZ sBrissits Ss)bssss llt
Hoose In tike -Miy.
Osr My stork U entirely new, well asMirteJ,
and btiylua r:rei't frmn inuiinfijclurers, boo
bles ue ui emnjiele Willi hUslern hntises.
WAAC FR1E1JMAN,
B ai7 Main wirwi. I .- .. rs
CHANCERY SALE.
Tuesday, November 2, 1869.
Jame Au1;ikii el ls.Kx Pert- Petition.
No. -'I.t-llianoery Vpfnft of Ueiuplipj.
BV v irtue f an tnterloeutnry deeree In tills
CHUse, 1 will sell at public auction, to the
hltchest bidder. In front of the Cleric and Mas
ter's oAee, lu the Wty of Memphis, Tenu , on
Tuesday, Novemtsr i 1HSH, within legal hours,
tbe following Real Estate, to-wit:
Aeertai:: traet of laud lying unI being tn
the eounty tf Shelby and fitate f Tennessee,
whereon Jauies C. Andeion, sr., rpsjded at
the time nr his d4ath. atid known as hi
ImniwIHil, near to or upon the waters ot
Nouconnah rrvek, containing W0 aeres.
Before tbe day of sale the above tract will
be subdivided into several small tracts.
Terns of Bale One-third cash, balance oo
a credit of one and two years; notes with se
curlty taken, bearing tuterest in-in the dgy
ol aide, and lien retained till payment of the
purchase mouey.
A- AlaHTON.O. and M.
NEW YORK.
Tae Pures. Bn .nd Cneapest
SOI.I rtV ll.l.iiRIMER.
SIFT ENTERPRISE.
GREAT DISTRIBUTION
a
Sy the Metropolitan 61ft Co.
CASK SIFTS TO THE AMOUNT of $500,000
SJiRY TICKET DRAWS A PRIZE.
i Cash Uifta. awn SW.4W
10 ' UMJOO
70 " &,Q0
0 " "... . I, KM
S " SB
300 " " KM
i Elssant Rosewo;a Pis-, each, M0 totNS
75 n ' Melndsoas " 75 to US)
:ii0tewlnB Marlilnes 0 to US
H Ud Watches " 75 so :ksj
Envelop, and wall mixed. On reeelpt of a5c
a Sndtd ISekrl IS drawn vttitoat shslO aast
.en l by mail to any lilOXs. TUc prize name.;
Hia Ik will he rtellvsrsd. to tha tftkv.-fcoider
! payments Onrii!e. -wVtzes r Imme
diul9 sent to any sdstosaSh? ttpreas or re-
rao is neoro
AGRICULTURAL FAIR.
AGRICULTURAL,
MECHANICAL
AND HORTICULTURAL FAIR
SHELBY COUNTY SOCIETY
II 1 I.I commence nt the Fair Orouml, near
f t MmnphlH, Tennettaee. tour mile- fnm
thi city, on the Memphm ami hnrltiii
Katlroe'l, on
Monday, October SO,
Continuing ntx dayi, until Hatarday. ( )rtoher
30, 1H' y. Htutable premtuiiiN are utferisl ftr
Afc,ri.-nl!nr:iJ I mplementM, Mwhiuerv, Me
ehktnlral InvenUoaii, I'i mIiu-im of the Fttld,
tJarden, etc., Kralt and Kiowent, PalnliURa
anl hrawlnjA, Textile Kahrlcnand Materlaia.
Mlneralfi, "lemlcalR, Poultry, rtheep and
Hwine. Cattle and Iti.rs.--..
AM0UNTIN6 TO OVER $10,000.
The Premlunu on cotton aiooe amount u
88,240,
For nrrly all of aktstj thp Society are In
debted tn the Uhcrslly ami pnhltc spirit of Mftf
COTTON FACTORS OF MEMPHIS
Who, with n inunlfleene worthy of one of
the rtt-M) eoiton martt of ine world, have ton
derHl to the Hoelery 3 ;.-. t, preminma, to be
appile1 as they deslt(nate In the following
!-. I- '11. 'r-
CLASS D No. 10.
C0TT0M.
Ilale of ( 'nlUitl. the pro.
ilu
r 'I eiioeaaee Din. and HI
COTTON FACTORS' 6RAN0 PREMIUM.
The Tfhttcm Kurton of Memphis, whoae naiqea
are appended to this om uunltvUon, haTf
o HV red the roliowlnK nnpreeoilfDid pre
miums on Cotton, entries open to all (be
bfaLea,:
turat Merhwurxii i(rtd Hut tUvu.lt urui iitniety:
tUotAft Mim; 'Die undersigned. Cotton Fat
toni of this city, lelnt doironi) ofemsiurags
Inn cotton growers and stimulating the pro
duetlon ot cotlon, aa aUo of demonMtratlug
to the country the superior advantaieea that
our y eajoys as a market for cotlon, re
spectfuily reuest you tu tiiTer In their uume,
the following premiums for Ihi leading sta
ple, to he nwurded At the next meeting of
vour so4'ity. Tlx:
For the oesi oue hale of cotton
For the second be! one hale of truiion
...JSW
.... Si
.... X0
.. . m
For Ihe heat two bales of cotton
For the issennd lM?st two hales of cctton ...
For the lest three bales of : n
For the saeund l -est three bales of cotton
For the heat Ave halee of cottm
For the second beat Ave baJ- of cotton..
For Hi' best one baje Long Staple
aw
To
M
It Is the desire of lhJ Factors offering these
prefuiuui the' ?au ctntonn to the following
rules, vis:
Ul No hfti- or coi mu wi-lghlng less than
lour hundred pund will be aJlow,d to na
test for the premium.
'Jd. Hea Muinl cotton will he excluded.
31. All entries must ie mwle in the name
of the prist mw.
4th. All sitton must te delivere) to one of
the underpinned before It ran tje exbibued nt
your Fair tor these premiums, sod this de
livery nMlrt he made 011 or before the J2d of
Dctober.
5th. Nncotftin t xhihlte.1 fr one of the pre
miums will lie r-h'.H'.ii lor uiiit:(e,
bib. N. Mitslde or privafe premliima will be
permuted on the ouK.tu ontestiug for Mies,
M TItSi Utti Ui iuaxest the uames of the f.H
l.ta ing Cotton Brokers nd hnyers as tt sulm
Ue comniiilee to make swards for cotton, vlx
W. A. liOOhWYN,
L. P. HOWLEH.
B. BAVLISrV,
UEOKUff WINCHESTER,
(. B. I'AKKER,
Allow ns further to Miest, that an addi
tion to these premiums, your stH'lety offer a
ilberul premium lor (lie lat bait) of Tennes
see cotton. We ure, nlr, respectfully yours,
K. M. Apperson ft Co., (lal breath, Stewart 'o.
Hi ration, 1 i.-yer 1c Co., N'ewtn VpxU 4 l o,,
K . 1 r - n L t ' 1 1 A Howell, Paritie llarbe'rt,
Hill, FontaiMH Jk Co., b. H. Ttwnsenti,
T. U. Ail. n 4Vfl . Miwham ji TreaslwelU
.Jones, Bl own A ( o.. Toot, Phillips Co.,
Pettlt Simpson, Bushy A Hutched,
Maaevner x Kogun, Ooodlett St Co.,
M.sihee k Herron, J. M. Patrick t Co.,
Fjirce, Iimbrrt -V Co.,KMtea, Vance X Co.,
Xelson A Titus, Owen McNult t Co.,
Tohln, Lynn A Cow, Black, Estea x Co
H. S. Taylor a '., Balph Wui meiey A Co
Price x Terry, EstAs rtton A Co.,
Harrjs Cucran Co.J. F. Franks A Co.,
W. H, Andrews A Co., J. C. Newly ft Co.,
T B. llaynes A CO, Mhnue, Harris a Co.,
Hi'. Will tains A Co., J. A J. Steele A Co.,
K. B. A W. B. Crtsmait, Anderson A Watson,
Brown. lnllsrtJ A ro., Dickinson, Wllllauu
Korster.KealhoierAi'o. A co..
Ssmoflehl A Hauauer. E. fi. Webber A Bro.,
J M. James A CO., J. P lilli a ( .;
Kel a i o s. E. Johnson A Co.,
Uertsur, Wilder A Hugh Torrance,
MluipMon, hardwsreT. A. N'elaaa 4 00.
merci.ams.
i , l4,flu A t o.,
Mh'tll, tuith A Co.,
Ti :iders.
Tsvlor Rsdfnrd A e..
Lane, Mo rv 4' 4
KttrgRsjjJ A C!y ,
ay rrouuni.
Taylor A Kutlaml. Cha. H. Uortun, jr.,
Parker. VWril A ( ., M alone. Thomaa A co.,
S. M. V, ebb A ( ., 1 omer A liieluiru.-Hn,
Parttie, tiur -.: ... tV.,tilauttm A Moore,
(ism A Bfisher. I'lnrlr h'lv . n
I Uqy, Md Mel Ian A ro., Shepherd A Wuoten.
fsnnarrsns, oij;ns A oo,
McMMxra. A'. . .:?;j4ieea 4f 6 . ;.,r(A. Stew
art dr ts., ssVrutVsJS, tioftrr A V, aad others.
DkAH Hihs: Id IsihHlf of the Agricultural,
MtM'hanical and Horticultural Society of
Shelbv l ountv. 1 accept your very liberal
premfum for otton. ami will offer It aa van
suggest. BesidHh tn aissirdauce with your re-j
quest win say mat tne sou t v will give a pre
mium oi iwo hundml dotlsrs. Jt)ti for the
best bale 01 Cotton produeed In the Stale of
Tennessee. Very respect in 1 ly,
E. ENS LEY, Pres't.
Memi-hct. September 4, tm.
PRIVATE PREMIUMS FOR OwTTQ.
a". KnM)j, Ajsj., iTtmttetit Stwtby Count Agri
cuitunU, Mr h-t until mut iitrrtirutturai SmHety.
Dkaksih: Asa tribute d respect from the
workers in metals to the tillers of the HolL
Che hhderslgnwl r"ps't fully oftVm the ifd
lowlng private premium, to be awarde! bv
vour comnilltee (t,, yuur annual Fair In Octo
ber, vlai
!Wl On- Bal of I otton. Flllvv's
I'bai'UrOsa" a(uv, ArUt , Su
It' ip-iiiily,
J. V. W
Malo ntrel.
NO. 7.
BOARS OF TOBACCO TRADE'S PREMIUM
ON TOBACCO.
Hall or thk Chambkk or I'o.hsbbtk, i
MLVfRIH. Sejitetnber 1, ISIS).
Jt. Fttxley, Fq., Prrnil.TU sl,- lhn Otunlv Ayri.
mttHrnl, Mr. h.ini.il anil HorttntlturxU Norietu.
PbaRmiii: At a iiieetluicor the Board ofTi
Isn'co Trade held this p.m. Ihe loltqwiu I'es
olutlons were uitaulmuas,!,' dofted:
7i r... ' -, Iii.il : j MftlupLiU kstrd of
Tofaaeca '. . ,Jr prsr pieihlum of one
huu i.'d iluf.'nr, tlirouzh ror society,
to be awarshd at vour Kalr, for tale
Qrst Kiuale hoBsheatl ot Masfai-luriaB
Leuf !"'... oe .....i-.-.j dullarM for
the UiWt saashssil of Shipping Leaf: tiny
dtdlars for the second bent ; ami twenty-flve
dollsrs for the third ; all 1o In- exhibited at the
Agricultural Kalr of tills v Tlits lo-
bsceo IS to he entered by the prtsiu,er ot tile
nuine t Itroush MJiua member of tills associa
tion. J?..'"-., That a urmtiim of fifty doHars Ije
awarded, the owner' of the bent box or Ken
tucky or Teiiueseee Manufactured Tobsrcn.
to b exhiblteil through Home iiiomber of thLn
ass4elalion.
Hoping Hint tho slxive aetlun of the Hoird
of Touac, 'Vratle ineets your asMeirt, 1 hsve
the lionor to be your fbedient servant,
J. W. DICKINSON, Pres't.
W. L. Tbasb, Bee'y.
TENNESSEE MANUFACTURE.
Best Hogshead of T ;,:' Dip. and SS
PROGRAMN '
EXIIIHITK IN TH K ARENA
"' . '..... . . I (.t'V " I'-' t r r ,, , l-lp.
lid to r-ostiMne e the unttrr hm luui .loan.
FIRST DAY Monday. Oct. 25,1869.
O. f. HOLMES, Snp't.
C-l TTLE DVRMA.tf.
Best Bull 1 yea- h old and over . Ulp. aud SOU
Jil beat 10
' Bull J l is. , Id aud uuder l ... 15
.. 71- , . ,t .. , ,0
s Hu kllug under 1 6
AweepKtake bf all ages .Dip. and SS
No aged animal taking this premium S'tll
lie Hiii.sed It compete In any sweepetake
hereafter given by this Association in Ibis
Jasa,
CC1TS-IH 'RHA .V.
Beat Cow vears anil ov Dip. mid 19
U-es! 10
' 3 vears i.hl and underl 10
-a - r " . to
l " " - 2. 4
" tsuckllngs under 1 5
Hweepsij.kes for all ages. Dip. and U
1 'oiidillnnn ss above.
Beat herd of i Cows snd 1 Bull
beiuuslug to one man Dip. and 25
HURXKX f-V UAttSJOfl-LAOUClf RIU1SU
i U.S.: V.
' pslr maU'hed Horses for t ar-
rlaaa 9
Single Buggy Horse 15
pair matched Ma.-es for Car
riage .. 9
" Single Buggy Mare 15
siM", durability, doetlily aud training to be
Minsniered lu awardlug to this class.
Best aud most euey galled Horse
or Mare lor ladies' riding, to
go a1' sates. If two or mora
elif, . w. sre made 25
SECONO DAY -Tuesday, Oct. 26. 1869
W. C. WRD, Snp't.
CA TTLKALDKRXKY8.
Best Bull years old and over
" "3 ' and under 1
- 2 !
- I " atl..
" suckling uuder 1 year
Dip. and S9
15
10
IWweepstake for nil ages Dip. an.1 35
o ugct animal taxing tnis preuiiuiu win
be allowed lo compete In any sweepstsBe
hereafter given by this Association in this
Crass,
rr, WH-A I DKRS'KYS.
flest Cow t yenrs old and over . Dip. and S9
S aad adr 4 - 15
- U j M - a. is
.. i - old 10
sucfcllng under 1 er 5
Hweepstake for all ages Dtp. and 9
Conditions as above.
CA11 LX-A YERSIirRE-CLASS 3.
Best Bull of any age Dtp. aad S20
CO WS-A YKR3HTKX.
Bast Cow 3 years and over Dtp. and t9
"I under 3 16
- 1 " old W
Hweepstake for all ages Dip. and 111
Cond Mona aa before.
db roxa- CLASH .
Best Bui! of any age.. Dtp. and 418
" Cow ' " Dtp. aad 10
BSSKrojut-CLAaa i.
Bast Bull of any age Dtp. and S3
" Caw M tip. and
MILCH COWS- CLASH .
10
Best Milch Cow of any age or
broeo.
qssnt
in i ota i- us osantitv. lusiity ana laoa u i ' w v . rrr-T- -
I uJwni lalacoBKMeratl'His I i Sl li 1 1 III Sllll tMrf 'T11 f 1
eateyjastatl la to ressfcrtaf tAe-Awcra- j "Vp "jMara-W tn. " XAStrrae-
ioSaToii '' ? la wSSwi
MA
Best nged mare, years old snd
over Dip. and VS)
Best three years and under I
' two - 3
m oue j a
snckllng under 1 -. 9
Hweepstake for all ages Dip. snd 9
Conditions ss shove.
UtmCML LAJMO CV.
Fastest trotting horse, msrs or gelding,
mile bests 1 In " 8a
No animal taking this first premium wi'l
be allowed heieafter to .-oniyeto tor any tr
iiituui given by this Anaoelation in this else.
Fustest doiibl te.im wil.sl li ,,ne :n.il
vldnsl. not kept for sporting purpose 35
second best S
FOURTH OAY-Thursday, Qet. 28. I6B9.
DR. N. C. PERKIXS, Sup't.
ROA imTKMa Oil TROTTING SOUS.
Best Htalllon, year old aud
over
" a years old aut under I
Dtp. snd Sim
si
25
lu
I - "
" " .
- suckling asiisr I
sweepstake premium for all
Dtp. snd
' ondltlons tx lore listed.
MA legs.
B..:4t sgeI mare, four years old
and over Dip. ad 25
- S years out snd undsr t 25
,. " 1- 10
' seekllngnnder 1 10
' (lelrllng, 4 years old snd over Tt
- - 3 nn-
dsr 25
" Oeldlng, i years old autt un
der a ia
Sweepstake premium for alliigM, Dtp. and
Htyle, dnrahtlity, training and speed, t be
considered in awarding to thia class.
Best fancy team. 20
' model lieldlng in tiarneHL... Si
" mare, - ju
All animals over one year old shall be ex
hibited in uarueas.
FrfTH DAY-Friday, Oct 29. 1869.
PETER MITCHELL, Sup't.
JACK STUCK.
Best aged Jack. 4 yeses old and
over..
- Dtp. snd On
'1 best
3 yesrsold snd under4..
15
3 Lt
' 1 ' " " Z. .... 15
suckling under 1 10
Sweepstakes for all ages Dip. and 25
i 'ondltlons us shove stated.
JK.VyRTS.
ileat aged Jer net , 4 years dd and
over ..' Dtp. snd S25
" 3 years old aud under 4 4
" t " " a S
- I o - - g. 5
" suckling under 1
Sweepstakes for all ages .Dip. and 20
Conditions as above.
MTjjm.
Best aged innle, 3 years old and
over Dip. ami S9
2d best 10
" 2 years old and under ;i 16
' 1 " ' " 2. 15
" suckling 10
Hweepstake for all ages Dip. and 9
Best pair n.at,iied males In har
ness 50
r'..i tlie best pair of draught
horses a 50
VUAJSU SPHVi.lL rRKMICM
Fastest trolling stallion lo hsr
loe, mile heats, Hire,, lu
five, free for all horse lu the
United States Dtp. and 1500
SIXTH DAY-Satarday, OcL 30, 1869.
In. J. C FI7.EK, Sup't.
SADDt.t: STUCK.
Best aged stallion 4 yesrsold and
over ,0,1
" 3 vears old and uuder 4 Si
- 2 - - a it
l - r i. u
sweepstake. ,or all ages ! 'p. aud 'A
( ondltlons .i- ,
MARKS.
Best aged mure, 4 years old and
over i t p. an.1 V
ul iai soi.l mil under 4 Ll
' 2 " - 3.
" I " " " f.
suckling tinder 1.
M
lo
Dip. snd a
sw.s-psrivkes ir ail sges.....
( OUil 11 lolls 11H lielOl .
Best aged gelding, 4 rears old and over
" Syearsoldttud under!
- yeur old und under 3
1 year old and under '1
.... SiO
20
... I'.
.... 10
rRKMiCWt ttR HORHtWIAXSJirr.
Best is.y riiler under U yeurs of sge, Silver
MoUlllrXl Spur.
Bent lady rider, Unld Mounted Itldtng Whip.
UCRDLK PR KM 1 1 'M.
For Ihe la-si eutleiuan rider, one tnile.iiver
four hurdles J feet hlgb : Private premltuu by
the Chickasaw Jockey Club 1100
ar For Premium Usta apply to the Heere
tary.or u lii.yster, Treoevanl at Co.. No. iMO
Main stseet, K. taNSLtCY. President,
KLl RaYNXB. 1st V'S-e-Pre't.
M. I). L. STKWART, il Vl.s-Pjes't.
A. J. Hays, 3d
'hab iiKBLAVsK JoNRi, 41 s Vtre-Pres't.
C. A. KoHK.ach Vtce-Prss'L.
Laos THiil iuali Hee'y.
JoM.S T. STBATroJI, Tress.
DikgiToits:
J. C. riser,
t. i Holmes,
H. C. Perkins.
C L. An.lers.-u
Jus. Bruce,
W, H i roii.
J. k. Chsliuers.
h.. fc.usley.
J. II. Kdmondsou.
FURNISHING GOODS.
J. W. SiMEED He CO
CLOTHING
AND
FURNISHING GOODS,
TXlXJlSrHLS,
BAGS AND VALISES,
261 MAIN STREET.
UrB now have reaiiy lor . n .-,u ,,f
our rrieniift, StW rAId. KIMi'ti."
ciinb. lug ol
Brawn and Blue Beaver Walking Coat Suds
Dahlia and Green Beaver "
Blue and Brown Trichut
Brown and Gray Cheviot
DahlU and Gray English Melton stalking
Coat Suits,
English Fustian and Velveteen Walking
Coat Suits.
Silk Mixtures of every &yle and Price.
r All oarefullv nsWintaettireil of the
Choi, i-ht materials, ainl of the latest styles.
Also, u tine at oek f Kurniskinfr .o,k1s,
Ml..', I'uilersatirts, Urawera, .Sm-ks,
Lineu sii.l Silk llaiulken hiets, Searlti,
Ties ami illoves.
861 MAIN STRKET,
'.i,.ni.te ( oart hituare, .Vleiupiila, Tenn.
LABOR AGENTS
CHINESE LABOR.
Parties ileelrlng to eontrset for ihe Im
purtiitiou of Chinese Laborers, Will atilress
or call on ihe uutleisNtned. at the .,m of
Pjsi.BY, Mki.lkbsu Co., southeast cornsr
of Court and Main blreebs.
ocll JOHN AI.NHi.lK
EMIGRANT LABORERS
AND EMPLOYEES.
DONOHO, JOY & CO.,
Corner Main and .MuWin Sto.,
ARK now prepared To urner any nnmlVr of
Krui. Ktirovtl and orlit-r fjauorvrr., a
onr iLrruiiKt-uletite, are now pr'ei'wtpd at every
point, irom i'atie Uaxd n. New York, tt
Chlfni4i, IirinMt,
a ant hMViiha KHiiroou t ,;i noren. in on
body, run tie now obtained, on favorablt
lertiiH. oc-tt DdVuno. JOY A ("O.
LAWYERS.
T. W. itatiws. O. P. L lbs. B. C. Bsuwx.
BROWN. LYLES & BROWN.
LAWYERS,
OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,.
Corner of Main,
w28 MEMPHIS, TENN.
M. D. WELCH,
attorney t Ziaw
No. ;." Madison tkreet,
aclG M km is, Tens.
A. WSrasTT, L. D. B'BUtCK, LUKE B. WSI.iST
WRIGHT, McKISICK & WRIGHT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
In the Kit Williams Block, Na. I an. I r. up
Mtalrs. Msilison Htr,t. !.
TOBACCO AGENCY.
Southern Tobacco Agency.
TO TOBACCO BUYERS.
E. ACKERMAN,
No. aa:ox7-sr-ti' Row,
rl THE OTTLT SOLE AHEtT FOR THE
tSuiubsrnaswlssot the uls and iuuabu
tbBEsr maBUBWtirx " 'Slt K
in. ma ilu "".. fc. 11 i . i llw.-tu vjt . iu jm
TO ARRIVE?'
PER SHIP 14 MINNIE A.
40 BUTTS
GENUINE SHERRY WINES.?
ASSORTED GRADES, L
FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF
GONZALEZ & BYASS,
OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, " SPAIN,"
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
a ssssi
NEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY
B. J. SEMMES & CO.
ir Harliig l-Mtrnm! that partien In thla and othor cities, prstond to aI
the " YannuusHi" Whiskey, we herby iriv ootlc that ws wUl bring salt for
(Isinaires awsinst any ttESFOMSIBLK parly we may discover attempting to sell fiii gja
brand ..r Whiskey, and will publish them a asllinir a 3PCRIOTTS article. We bars ,
had the side use and control of tbe " Yannissae" brand for noarly twiisitj yoara, aa
m.uo is gennlne without our brand on the barrel.
B. J. SEMMES ft CO.
TO COUNTRY
Memphis st last i
LARGE STOCKS,
And every Indue n:. nt olTereil bv J.VT CITY SOUTH OF HTMW YORK. t.AttX
your trade. If you have any doubts, i-ome and see J
-sTCrjBX- H.. MOOTIK St OO..
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
BOO MAIN STREET. NEXT DOOR NORTH OF PEAsWT HIiTST.
Sell to MerobantB Only.
MAVCFACT! REUS AN'D DEALERS IS
TINWARE, STOVES, GRATES. MANTLES
HOllow Ware and 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
Slate AMarWt)
MANTLES
A N D
ENAMELLED
CRATES.
osriHir stnek is very lsrge and complete, anil we nro derrninaU not be undersold hB
ay mark !. HCTo. 306 aiXST BTHBST,
sett! Opposite Peabody Hotel, Memphis. Tenns
WORSHAM HOUSE
CORNER MAIN AND ADAMS STS., MEMPHIS, TENN.
Board, S3 OO Per JDsty
J. J. WORSHAM, PROPRIETOR.
CUB6INS
IRON FOUNDERS
HAVING TTIE IRCEST AN'fl MilST rOMPLKTK FOC5DRT AXD MACHINE SHOP
tbe Southwest, are prepared Ui do all work in
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVE
THEY KEEP OX HAN 1 A STOCK
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC
AVD
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES
Whlf ti will t- ml aad fl UmI lo mlr prompt It snd well. One of ti firm gtTM ovuMtafil air
ifu Lion lo Ln balldltic ol th4 very bekat
FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS,
Which, for lum)tlltr and MltftfaHorT working, are aiurarpflst3d. SMtTTTEAa,
CUmiKH ASi LKATHKR HEI.riN'i, in fttU supply, ani ctw"ftpr titan ciw-u,.-,
UNION FOUNDRY,
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis. Term.
Wit I.,.. B 1-1- BUBfSO OHHILU.
Orgill Brothers & Co. Co-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE
NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A COX PLATE Ar!BOTMKNT OF
FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE
WR ARK DIREtT 1MPOBTFR8 Or ALL OCB FOREIGN GOOHa. WE PTRCHASE OCB
Doiaestic tiMHls from Lb Manufacturers. Ws sre enabled to oUsr great aUvaatagea 1 o
toe irade. We are HULK AOENTS in Meiuijhls for the
C i Hi .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,
Anil many other articles too uruirruos to mention. Agricultural Implements In STal V
rtoty. Krenrli Wlnilnw tjtase. Irou. Metals, t'ssiinas, Befuax, Wheat rr.ria.Uers, etc.
" 1K1..MS . ASH, UR SHORT i'ITY AtX-EPTANClC. mTll
TRANSPORTATION.
QUICK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Route Always Abead
SUMMER. SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WTLI. k; n AS WLLOWS OJt THI
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
LMTt Memphis (city timet 4:09 a. rm. i ' p.-n
MoruiaK Lrain Trow. MeiupulndoM not run
oa ''iiitiM..' .
Leave Memphis, rlty time, 4:00 a.ro. - p.m
Arrive at Naashvtlle i I : to p.m. " ) i.:u .
Sleeping Cars on Kvenlug Train frm Mem
phis to Louisville ami Mi-mpbla to NattvLUe.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured ai thet'oinpany'soUli e.itr M
Main Htreet, and at Depot. Iiead of Main hi.
ajsTBaaaaae fhei-sea at Depot, or by tlie
Memphis City Transfer Company; at HotelSj
Private Resiliences, or on board boats, to ail
priui-ipul points aast anil North.
HAM. a JONES. Hupt.
Itsix HawsLL. Psssi aSS Went mm
DAILY OVERLAND
U. S. MAIL ROUTE TO
LITTLE ROCK & HOT SPRINGS
VIA
Memphis and Little Rock R. R.
AND
CMdester. SearSel Co.'s Stage Lioe
ONLY 30 MILES STAGING.
A IX Ol 'Ai LiiiHT.
ThrtMgh t LmrTRaek ia 24 Hours.
r-tW A'D A FT Ell MUSCAT, wt ISST..
j J tains
Will eav aWBBaai dairy, at.. s:m ua
" - Little Rsck lially. at. S:,wp.x
fas lase connects with, stasje st Little
Beck (or Hot Springs, Rockuort. Aradei-
Stat". vTSsalnatiia. Prlngeioc,
ttp.i'amaen. aaxt Kltterado-at
itiii.n nv otrwr roots: '
;vii e, 1
oaors quleksr
Tic teti niid ai, i
Men: :
tO.Of. III!PMI ff PlSBWTQ t
arleatan aVaUread, I w sn t rrtaw ai
oisv file BaUroad. j
fisBilt.jfl :.(s4i-eB.'3t, ! aossfeaUe '
SMITH," FROM CADD,Z
MERCHANTS.
wide swaks, and with
LIBERAL MERCHANTS,
WALLACE'S
PATENT "
COMBINATION
CRATES.
& GUNN
AND WACHlNlSTf
Of NSW AJTD aKCOJ"D-HAXI
L. DKSISOB. A. g.
& CUTLERY, Y
MEDICAL
Try Dr. Guilmette's
EXTRACT OF JUNIPER
T is sn lnfaslon of the bsrrle of the
s oraieu itaiien jumper, in ice best jaa.
'j i kin, and is su perlor to ail otaer rsrneUlee
Lriaeaae of tbe Kidneys,
Debility of Stomaeb and BosraU,
Catarrh of tbe Bladder,
Brick Dust Deposit in Crlao,
Chollc,
Dyspepala,
Flat i.
Gravel, Diabetes,
And all Diseases of ike Urinary Organ.
For sals by
W. H. WiLKERSON t CO..
Wholesale DruisTs,
ocT 340 Main H.. Memphis leu a,
TO THE AFFLICTED,
DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH
HA S permanently
will treat caaos
.n irapt:s. and
of ST. rv d a.
l rlption. Kor V
Disss ha aa a
ixnuau
-: ;e ot
i-urv ThnM Bm.rintf
I scBoma he especialTy
eivseot uis trestmenu
experience, "1st he baa
nee a Mercnui rroM
these formidable and
curable
eases oecullsr -.o their ii
ed. Ail coBMcanieaJ Ion by Iwt
auewerco. urnrn axf OSSBSSm
OCT
DR. RUSSELL
DISPENSAai
THT i RGESTT AXIi OU
or JJE KXSTj VS TH
ESTABLISHED
the oaly Swlish
iocs tad
srscirtc test
tnat removes every
wttboa: jivinimer.
sritt COSSCBjeeiOS r .
disease, without
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