THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Reiemption of National Currency.
W aiGlLATIOXS OF THE TIEAM'KY
The following regulations lire adopt In
ilt-L of all w Mrli havh lieen heretofore issued
lay the Treasury Dqasrimcnt In regard to the
redemption of I'nlted states currency :
Mutilated currency la redeemable hv the
Treaaurer of tbe Tinted 8taten, at Washing
ton, D. C, and by no other officer.
I mat STATES NOTES.
Notes presented for redemption
h doea not
moii or HISS o su'r.inntv
puritans, will be
1. Fragment o!
In full, except wli
davit that the ni
have been total
i ot their original pro
med as whole note,
a will Dot be redeemed
roof is adduced by iiffi
g parti of such note
:: .-l,and staling the
loMruction. l.eas than
ause nnd maliuv
halt ol a noli: is not redeemable at all, unh-s
accAiuipanid by such affidavit when present,-,:
by the holder. Tbe character of the affiant
must be certified to le good by a magistrate
or other public officer.
2. in the an-, n -,- of such affidavit, frag
tiieuLsol notes, -.ceedini; bv me;uuri-meut
one-half of their original surface, will be re
deemed lu their proportion to the whole note
reckoning as a general rale by twentieths.
X. Mutilstcd notes which have len torn, no
matter how iuucIi, but of which all the frag,
njeuraare returned, or defaced, no matter
luW vtnuly, so that it Is certain they sre gen
uine, Wiil ui- re it i-inod at their full face value
4. Vragments of legal tender notes for which
leas than the full v aluo lias leen paid will be
retained mix months to enable owners to re-
tarn to the Treasury missing parts of such '
notes anil re-t-ive the amount previously '
wiiuneia. eucu return should give the asle
of the letter from this office tranamltltng the
The rali-s for the redemutton of mutilated
I nited Slab
urv nolei. -el
w are likewise applicable to
car five per cent. Tress
d Horn the notes of which
1 ;, c l.-I -I :. -H-t .,1 . no VytUi- ex
cept wheu presenU-d lor redemption with tlu
noiea to v. lni-li they belong. Coupons should
not bedetacticd irnm tin- hve iht ivul notes
except 'jy a Government otrlcer authorised to
redee-n them at lusturity. But this regula
tion does not apply to coujion notes or bonds
.illier than tlve per cent, notes
IVfaced fractional Doles, if whole, are not
consideri-d a- mutilated w(u-u presented lor
redemption, nor is an evideiKiy accidental
diiilinuli'-u reducing the note by not more
I hau un,--Liil h.ul iu slae regarded aa a luutil
utlon. -agments of a note will not be redeemed
.it shuil be clearly evident . that tbey
rule one-half or more of one original
In which case a note, however muttl
s ill be redeemed in proportion to the
note, reckoning by tilths, except three
'ii-v men w ii :e recgoneu ny thlrtis.
ulilatious less tnan -'iie-teuth will be
ardi-d. uule-s fraudulent: but any mu-
m sin u imuuiauinu- luvii oue'ietiiii
orn: n.ii note a ill r. duce the redemp-
aloe of the note by one-tilth Its lace
or If a three cent ijote, by one-third of
oi a three cent note will not
.ileaa such fragments eonstl
turtis ol the note In its origi-
4. -Mutijsteil notes prtsicnteil for reilemption
must Ik- in sum- ot not leas than three dollars
of thair original valiu-.
I NiTKH STATES SECURITIES,
as of 11.
Dated MM. and recleemable In twenty years
from January 1st and July 1st of that year,
interest ti per cent, in gold, payable semi
annually, January 1st, and July 1st. These
bunds were Issued lu three series :
I'nder Act Feb. s. 1W1 tdated vari
ously In tssi I1M15.000
Cnder Act July 1" and Aug. 5, lssi
(dated "ov. Is, lWij. 5C,(J0fiJXI
I'ader Actjoly 17 and Aug. 5, 1WI.
la exchange lor 7-30, Nov. 10,
Vnder Act March 's, s3, and princi
pal made especially payable In
gold coin, (dated Jane 15, 1SMj To.OHO.OOO
5- 3.-. OF 182.
Commonly termed old 5-3H. Dated May 1,
1SH2. redeemable alter five years, and payable
lu twenty yenrs from date. Interest 6 ler
cent, lu gold, payable 1st May and November.
Issued under Act of Feb. i. 1HB2. 1511,771,600
6- aus OF MM.
Paltd Nov. 1. IStk. Hedeemable after five
aDd payable in twenty years. Interest ti per
cent, iu gold, payable 1st May and November:
Issued under Act March .1, Ihm.i prin
cipal specified as puyahle lu gold) $.VC50U
lasueu under Ad June J". POM hf., 1..S.V
Dated Nov. 1. lso5. Kedeemabla after five
and payable in twenty years. Interests per
cent, iu goid, payable 1st May and Novein
Issued under Act of March 3. 15 17,77750
5-20S of istlr..
Cated July 1. 1865. Iaterest 6 per cent, in
ftold. payable January and July. They are
-edaeiiiauie lu five and payable :u twenty
Issued arUer Act ol March 3, 18(15. In
exchange lor ;-:ios converted, and
amount August 1. Istis, to i5.U.le"iO
5-30S or ISST.
Dated July 1st lsKi. Interest 6 per cent. In
gold, payable January and July. They are
redeemable In 5 and payable In 2U years.
Issued under Act of March 3d. 1S&5,
In exchange for 7-3e converted, and
amount Anumt 1st. Iscs, to S.B2,J!.9fs!
5-1-Os or Mt.
Tiaied July 1st, 167. Redeemable in 5 and
tiayatoc in years. Interest per cent, in
gala, payable i; January and July.
Issued uuder A. ! l.',;rc !i 3d, lhcio. In
exi-hsnge lor 7--' fuses' and am'nt
August 1st, MBS. to IT1Mi"..3jO
5-JOS or 188s.
Dated Jalv 1st, WW. Ri-deemable in 5 years
and payable In JD years. Interest 6 per cent.
1 u gold, parab.e Jauuary aim J uly 1st.
Issued uuder Act March 3d, MM, in
exchauge for 7-30 notes, and am'nt
August 1st, Wis, to f 39.UU0.UO0
Dated March 1st, 1MM. Redeemable In Wand
payable lu 4e years. Interest 5 percent, in
gold, payable 1st 01 March ami Heptemhcr ou
all registered bond-, and on ail coupon bonds
ill uge denomination ,.l ss and sl.HIU. nil
I h $jti and Cluu bonds Interest is paid annu
ally, MlicIi 1st.
Issued undw Act of March 31, W-'.
and supplement March 3d, Istil,
ISTtliclpal payalde In gold IM.91.500
c. it- FAcirtc UMMal t rrency 6a.
rsxt'd Jauuary hi, isti.',. and variously there
after. These tiolids ale issued by the Govern
ment under Acts of July 1st, lt, and July 2,
1 1 charter fioiu
hlch gives Ihein the right to con
iads to and from the Pacific coast,
completion of each twenty miles
eceive at the rate of SlU.lMi. - ..'
- ini.e. rr nrfl raw to me difficuny
itig Ilie sail e. They are payalde
fbjrty years flow ajate of Issue; anu are reg
IsteleU in bonds of tljsl, (J5.IWU. and $10.00".
All ol tiie Ooveit.ui-lil liouds are issued
Coupon" ,-r - li.gl-ti ltd' lolipoii Isnids
ftgu be changed Into registered bonus, but reg-iet-ertrd
bomt- emmmdk lie changed nii c .-ni
s-oup Isjlids ale In denoiinnations ol f5U,
.,. '.isi, a:d ri.U"1, the registered bonds the
ennie. a in addition of lo.wtianil Slv.tMI.
U. 8. STAatJ' VQTUm-
For Arreemei.I or Contract, or rsueu'al
of satiV "n ' '"eet . M 05
Punk I he'i-h no si :.3T "i amount 0 VU
Kl'l of Lading to foreign forts, except
British Norih Ami-riea
Bill of Lading to domestic porta
Bond of Indemnity, each f lou" or part ...
Hih't Kxecutini: Unties of any office.
trt.-MTe of Slock -
. V 35
. 0 06
i VrurL-alt- of DelKssit, not ex.-.-ediug t luu
leed or ll'iruw, ol other Convey an-
eea of Real Estate, uot t-xcee-dlug $5011 0 50
Do., exceeding $5uu and not ixceedliij
IMW - -i-at 1X0
Do., exce.-ding liuio, for every $auu or trap-
Uonal part tTiereof 0 U
praAor'nder at sight 0 0J
lratt. nil at sight, lor each $liw or part.... 0 05
t.eaae, o Assignment of same, not over
... 0 &0
ac above $:siu. tCT each additional IJUU
jr Dart , ,. I 50
aloruiMia. or A lauiuep; l'1 same, over
turaiid not over $i ...
. . . . 0 50
MTTetgage. for ea. li add 1 1 ioual $5uu ot part V M
'rr 1-tM'U H'l1 f'T iUfl I- aV
i for JU and over - -
1 r. 7orner to sell suwasor collect
wivM.-o.l ,,r ir.lere"! thertsm... U ft
Tower to Hell or Rent Ileal KataU- 1 W
Power to collect Rents ....... 0 'm
IToteat of Note or Draft. 0
Omm or tut. LaII-t Appeal,
Memthis. NovemlMr 1. JS09. I
The only activity we could notlue to-day
In our money market, was in Tenneosa
Kills, w liich were iu active demand at 5oc.
One lot of MK74, and sr-versl other lots
ware taken at that figure, and atill the
demand was unspiieased. The qanatlon
most frequently asked upon the street Is,
What's up In Tennessee money?"
There is also a demand for Memphis
and Charleston Railroad stock at 42c, but
we could learn of no sales.
Currency is easy ho far as the more
nient of eotlon i- concerned, but for oth
er purposes It is stringent. Small bills
are very acaree, atid the inconvenience
entailed is very great indeed.
Cotton Bills are taken at S discount
on N- York, and . discount on Boston.
Checking on all points at par, with an oc
casional rebate of 1 to a lavorile custo
mer or on a large bill.
2"uere is some inquiry for County War
rants Ii3fa64c, but very lew are offering.
;ealaae:i at 6B(67c.
Citv Strip u firm at MfaS-lc from brok
ers, with nsa upon the market except in
a siuttll way to tg-a)rera.
There is no demand for Gold except on
a margin- Dealers bid 127c for small lots
and sell at 129c.
No aalsa were reported in New York to
day of Tenneatsce Konds, and Goveni
i,.ei. ciosed unsettled.
Bond of It!..-;. )i'f'l'
.'-20 MonuVs of 1X02 liVfall5,
t,. UM Mi&m
6-J0 " iSs5 IU fal'l .
a.aa " lSfta, new U fallo'.
5- 2M " leitrr. Wa,lU,
6- 20 " lt8, " 11 a.ti''
10-40 Bonds 107ai07
l'acific Sixea 107(3107;.
Rati road and Expreaa Share dosed
dull and heavy:
Canton - M
Western Tnion Telejrraph Co 3o.
Quicksilver..... - 14?
Pacific Mail - 6H
Adams Kxpreaa... - -
Wells, Fargo A Co. 'a Expreaa hS
Auierii aii Kxpreaa. 85
1" titles! States Expreaa
Merchanla In ion Expreaa. 9'a
Nea- York Central 190
Hudson 171 X
Michigan Central 120
Michigan Southern 1
Illinois Central iitf
tSeveland and Pituburg 88
lAicago and North weatern 67 S '
Chicago and Northwestern preferred. 83X
Cleveland and Toledo i
Mt. Paul -
t. Paul, preferred
Ohio and Misaiaaippi
Tlie staplc.baa been mtv stes.ly daring
the pas' week, not varying more than H
of a cent in New York or here. Receipts
are an far, not heavy, but thev bid fair to
be larger during the comiiiir week, and a
larger proportion of low cottona will '
ooaae In. The orders received are -jew- !
t rally in exoasaof tb stock on hand, and
the market has been kept generally bare
of desirable lists. The sales to-day will
loot up aliout 1500 bales, and wore made
up in part as follows: 30 bales Good Or
dinary. SRXe; ti- Strict Good Ordinary,
24c; 57 do., "4c; 28 do., S4c; 22 Low Mid
dlings, 24c; 20 and ; Low MiddUngs, 24c;'
7 Low Miil.llings, 24'c; 47, 41, 180, 112, 7,
68, 24, 104, 108, 45, 44, 11, 45 and 105 Mid
dlings, 24 He; 4: and 100 Middling, 21-V:
101 Middlings to Strict Middlings, 24c;
177, style or price unknown; S Stricl
Middlings, 24H; 25 do., 2tc; 70 Strict
to Good Middlings, 24Vc; 8 Strict Mid
dlings, 24',e; 7 do., 24Xc; 100 Good Mid
dlings, -) '.'. We quote the market firm
as follows :
m tMREK of Commerce,
Mi win is, November 1, lsi9. j
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1869.. 94
Received to-dav S,S02
Received previously .39,2t3 42,565
. 2y,548 32,.Vi0
I Stock on hand at noon to-day
Memphis and Charleston R. It 801
Mississippi and Tenneasee R. R 255
Memphis nnd Ohio R. R 006
Memphis and Little Rock R. R 187
mver ! 1863
Memphis and Charleston R. K .
M isisippi at Tennessee R. H .
Memphis and Ohio
Memphis and Litlle Rock R. K...
COTTON IX NEW YORE.
New York, November 1, 10:30 a.m.
Cotton demand fair and pi ices firm.
Low Middlings 25Xc Cplauds 28c.
j Good Middlings 20Hc.
11:55 a.m. Cotton firmer; offerings
1 small. Low Middlings 25 '-.c. I'plands
! 26Hc. Good Middlings 28JC
2:10p.m. Cotton ijuiet but firm. Sales
1300 bales, contracts for November at
25'c; December, 25Hc; January, 25c,
February at 25)jC Low Middlings
c. I'plands 2Ba. Good Middlings
4:30 p.m. Cotton demand moderate
and prices firm. Sales for export, 1600
bales; spinning. 420 bales; speculation,
355 bales; in transit, 450 hales. Low
Middlings 2T rplauda 2d'4c Good
Middlings 2o3V. Mobile 253-ic Orleans
OOTTOS IN SEW ORLKAXS.
NEW Okleans, November 1, 11:30
U. ( on,,,, dc.-nand active at full prices.
2:30 p.m.-Cotton demand active at full
prices; sales GOOO bales. Middlings 25c.
oottos is Liverpool.
Liverpool, November 1, 11:15 a.m.
: Cotton firm. l'lands 12'yl2d. Orleans
1:20 p.m. Cotton firm and unchanged.
Uplands 12cj,12;d. Orleans 12V;,12Hd.
5 p.m. Cotton tirm; sales 15,000 bales,
' of which 3000 were for speculation aud
export. L'plauda 12!-,d. Orleans 12?,d.
The Rrjiub'Ua Banarr, the "leading
! paper," as it terms itself, of Middle Ten-
I nessee, contains the following, which, for Li mber The market is active. Fram
a twenty-six line editorial, displays more ing timber $25 per M: rough lumber $25
ignorance concerning the staple of the per M ; dressed yellow pine Mooring i0 to
South than wecould imagine existed any- 45 I'er M; dressed poplar siding
, w here outside Kamschatka or tbe Banner j dressed white pine do. $!5; dressed clcar
' office: while jiine $M); cyjjress shingles, $4 50 to
The reconstruction of the South has
taken a very practical turn, judging bv
! the success of the cotton crop of 1809-70.
From the returns at the different ports it
appears tiiat the receipts so far are one
! hundred thousand bales in excess or the
amount during the correspond-
1 ing expired s.rtion of the cotton vear of
i 186S- 0M. Valuing the crop in ronnil
j bers at a hundred dollars a bale the South
ha-, the relore. made ten million dollars
rL'.T hl,H.n iV "i r" uilVhKe.nro,Pe,!5
; lair that the whole crop of this vear will
cxis ed that of last year in the same pro-
portion. Before the" war the annual pro-
duct was six millions of bales. The
uearest approximation to this figure since
! the war his lieen about three ami a qua?
ter millions; hut this year the crop bids
fair to reach ileal ly four millions. Ascot-
ton is now worth, even in gold, twice the
price of ante-war times, the gain to the
country is still a vast one, and assures the
prosperity of the section which suffered
most severely from the war.
The Bosii.n '..f, In an editorial on 11k-
subject ot cotton supply and prices, has
the billowing, which we commend to tbe
attention of our reajers: 1
In the season of 18U7-M8 cotton touched
its lowest pi irs' during Christmas week,
Last seaso,, the lowest point was touched
belore the middle or Sovemljer, sav 22 I
cents for iniiidling in Southern markets,
a fall ol about 6 cents per pound from the
opening prico ol the season. But it had I
I .1 ., 1 . I . J , : . , I
progressTha. he w,',rid s conn, , Ton Z !
i-otton had during the precedingyearsoex-j Linseed 51 20 to $1 25; boiieil do $1 30 to;
cceded the world's supplv, that the stocks $1 35; lubicrating 50c to 75c; turpentine!
which were 1 .WJtKiO bales Octo- 65c to 7tk-; tanner's $1 10 to $1 25; castor!
ls?r 1st, lso, , had fallen to 614,000 liales 1 M r , -., r ,. ,, . .7,
October 1st, ls.;s. This startling reduc- 1 S ,' to ollve- - oz "Ottles, $10 per
tion ot nearly iOO.OOO bales in the reserve basket.
during one year, showed that the world Produce Sweet Potatoes, $2 503 00
wanted n than could be had at barrel; Poach Blows per bushel, s H
the price, 1 roduce ra and pousutuers ac- ' ... , , - , , , '
cepted tbe teacliings. and priiue advanced c; Neshannocks, .SdjSikt. Onions aro
Irotn l-j eeata 111 N veiulwr to 29 i-ents in scarce, and held at $4ca,5 per barrel, as to j
February. At that price in New Orleans, j malitv. Cabbage. $12il4 for large i
and corresponding prices abroad, a cheek . " - . "
was given tocfmuinption. Cotton spin "ales, or .V-47c per head,
ners and manufacturers have generally Powder Blasting $4 50 per keg. Bide;
done a losing business since February $6 50.
last, when working cotton at market Pnovisioss-Thero is but little smoked
value, nadu would not bear a price on
cotton good, to .s.rres-iiid with the meat in market. Clear sides are part i.--higher
priis-of cotton goods accumulated ularly scare, and are held at 21c by the j
in stocks at home and iti the distributing cask, anil 21 V in a small way ; shoulders, :
5 h-SeT Were ff ' 0On8i,er- 17Hf17Kc; bulk sides 201.20 V. Mesa ;
Son;y we find, in contrast with last ! ! 0O(u32 50, in a small way. I
year, that while ttje supply of cotton to S. C. hams very scaico, noud-;
I!?, i'si'uldhd"rKn . e.a'si'.diJ?? ,1c,"ber nally 24 to 26c. Lard. In tierces. 18 to 19c;
1st, 1H4). has been alsiut 390.000 bales less , , . ... ... ,,,. ...
than during Hie precetiing vear. the stocks kegs, 20 to 21c; caddies, 21, S to2.c.
remaining mi hand oetofasr 1st, 1K09. do ' Bice Carolina tic to lOK'c; Lollii
not vary SO.OuO bales from those of I oto- ! ana s!,c to 9'-o
Vr 1st, lsj. showing that tbe world did Bi oars-Market weak and stock
not want anv increase of supply at the i 1 OABM ark6t w,ah "ntl
price of that year. light. Granulated, Crushed and Pulver- 1
The actual crop or production of the ! ized 18c. Coffee A. 17ie: K 17cr Cl
.Vun-''.r,t,H,r'' f"r 'Y "0t. morothHn I
a..ss.'.'. -,. and ot that alsiut 85,O"0
Ules were used in the South, burnt, etc. !
The foreign export from it was less than
1.4T0.0O0 bales. The common ratipiate of
the present crop is 2,750,000 bales. We
make no estimai'e, ha remind old cotton I
men that no dry season ever railed to ex- I
ceed the largest estimate, no wet season I
ever railed to lall below the minimum es
timate in the actual nrinluot rt-,-1. . .1,1,-1,
the " Wat " i!id " dry" character from and
after July 1W1.
A crop of -.T.SI.IHS.- i.-nles wnnlj ajiow an
increaae of Ui,0i.U bales upon tp last one, !
and wouiii attorj u increaae u( sj iv 1
liales in tbe i -r- .un eaportv if Hauled at '
the prices. The lower range of prices I
during lsii7-. uiade consumption outrun I
supply 47,oui bales. The higher range of j
1S-W hau enabled a supply of about :!.- j
tiOO leaa to m' i-fy the consumption. Tin
difference is the sum of both, sav sW.OOO I
Krin tbke f u-ts, jt aeeins clear that at
one price consumption extends; at an
other it oiitrai:la; that a prixe suincwhcre !
betweea the average of lsoT-bs is uecesaary j
to give sti' li an espili n Mt the uses of
colloti as will appropriate the incrt-aae in i
supply . ann inai wnue Has planter must ,
eoncede to that point, tbey hold the power
to prevent Ilie fall to prices materially be- I
low that iKiint, as occurred in 1H7.
India sends very favorable reports of I
her cotton crop; the most lavorable for
loanv years, in decided contrast with
those a'vear ago. T he last crop was a
partial failure, to thu acre, even according
to the small average nf India, in Kebru- j
ary, 1H, Mr. Forbes, tha Ooiton Itonimis- I
sioner for India, appended a postscript to
his report of i he crop in the several dis
tricts, in which, alter referring to the
lose fa lo tbe culture of the American and
native varieties, tui says: "The native
plant has suffered more severely; the es
timated loss is here given at per cent.,
but uot ail lis landing the above, owing to
Ihe increase in cultivation, the whole crop
of these districts will be considerably in
excess of that obtained from theui last
year." The result proel thH both the
unfavorable early reports and the reprrt
of Mr. Korbes were correct. If the flut
tering promise of this year applies to an
eiaal area, and shall be fulnlled, the sup
ply of India cotton mav have an exlraor
dinsry increase. Il is, however, (juile
loo uitrlv to know anything of the yield,
or eyen IU .rolnhiliiies, which may be
wholly changed aftfr fruiting logins. If
tic promise ol an almudant yield in India
shall continue j liecemtx.r, fcJid liik cur
rent estimates ol our Vtop be sustained.
I"- il- oiirSL-ellients of Kllglish mailllfssv
tu res and spinners will give pises to a
hopeful renewal of activity bv lower and
aati-r prbiew of the raw material.
Our city, during the week just passed,
has been the theater of much excitement.
Tbe first regular Fair since the war, was
held at the Kair (Jrouuds, and Vat largely
attended. The displsy waa very credita
ble indeed, and the prizes awarrid
wanted to over ten thousand dollar..
Husineas generally is urisk, and prices
Supervisor Presbry, of Virginia, sends
a statement to the Internal Revenue Bu
reau, showing the increaae of the revenue
from tobacco in that State for seven
months, ending September 30. 1869, aa
, .. .. . .
coiiiparru suu me .uiyuu. ivun wu iu .
the same peritsd of last year. The whole
sum collected this yssv Waa 2,14,363 96,
as against $25,614 61 collected last year,
showing an increaae of $1,968,73 38. Tha
increaae Id tha revenue in Virginia and
West Virginia will, (or one year from
March, 1869, as compared with the Jast
year, reach over $3,000,000.
Ait Attn Beeb Scotch Ala, pints, $3 to
$ 40; Cincinnati Ala, in kega, $6 to 6 25;
half barreia, $10 50. Beer, half barrela,
$11 ; w here packages are returned, $3 off.
are fair and prices
weak;lVl dull at 21c; 2 aud 2llb2B,cto
2ac; India 28c to 29c.
Baoosis The demand is steady and
prises ara weak. We quota OOUIUJOB to
good fiCaife per do7n at factory, with a
discount of 25c per dozen in 25 dozen lots.
Broom Corn No receipts; nominally ;
100 to 120) per ton a to cure.
Buttem Choice Western, 40c; good,
3jf-i:tM-: common, 25(u30c.
BfILDlUt'8 M ATBRIAI. LllllO $2.00(1
2 25 per barrel. Cement Is dull; Lotiisvili. .
3 25 In large and small lots.
Roaendale, fl 50 to 4 75. Plaster 5 On.
Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 7S to 3. Fire
brick f5 to 0. Building Brick JSporM.
Chkkhk All grades are firm, with fair
supply. Factory IV to lKc; W. R. 18
tol8)ic;B. D. MM to 20c; tlloater 20 to
Cormmral Prices are irregular and
demand in a retail way. Fresh, $4 25(g;
4 50; Kil ndried, 4 4(K$4 50; from store
by, single barrel, about 25c higher.
Coffer Stock moderate. Kio skim
mings 1U(ij20c; common to fair 21f23c;
priiue 24;25c; choice JUCqftc; Laguayra
262&c; Java 5(u.38c.
Cotton Yarns No. 400, 21 to 22c ; 600.
19 to 20c; 600, 18 to Itfc.
Cottox Skf.d 13 per ton delivered,
liuyer supply ing sacks.
C n ackers Pilot c; Butter, Water,
Soda and Picnic 7c to 74c; Sugar and
Milk 13c to 15c; Cracknel Biscuit 39c.
Canhi.ks 10 ox. Star 16Wc; 1-or. 17c to
17Hc; Id ox. 22!c to 23c.
Coat. Pittsburg to city, delivered, fl;
Mt. Carbon 80c.
Cass ed Goods Peaches 2 lb cans 2 50
1 1 2 75: Oysters 1 lb cans tl 65 to fl 75; 2
lbs $2 05 to2 75;Brandy Peaches $6; Cher
ries $5 75 to 6; Blackberries $2 75 to $..;
Strawberries f3to3 25; Fine Apples J5 to
$5 50: Tomatoes ?2 50: Sugar of Lemon 54.
Eoos The supply Is about equal to
the demand, and prices are steady at 35c.
FioCR The market is du!l aud prices
are unsettled. We quote Fine 4 to
$4 50; Super 4 75 to $5; X $5 SOtoJO; Xy
96 25 to So 50; XXX and Fancy $i 75 to
FRfiT Apples aresteady. Choleeeating
varieties are selling at $4 o- a 5 50, and in
ferior at $2 50(3,3 50. Dried Apples
6 to 8c. Peaches ! to 10c. Cranberries ?14
perbbl. Lemons 15 to 18 per box. Oranges
8 to $10 per bbl.
Fish Mackerel, No. 1, bWs $24'i.25;
bbls $12 50!7 $13 00; No. 2. in bbN $10:
M do $8 50; No. 1, kits l 90$3; No. 2.
do 92 15(g$2 25i No. 3, $1 90(gi2. White
fish, X bbls, $8. Sardines $19 er case for
quarters; $32 50 for halves.
Feed The market is quiet. New
shelled Corn on levee, W3S2e, as to con
dition: ear 70(ii75c. Oats are verv dull;
t Qn UBd, ,U(J 82JiH$l
store Bran $23 0tK23 .50 on levee. Ilav
tead v; g, a oia on Ievo)
Game asd PocLTRY-Chickens dull
mt & m to & SO for old nnd young. Ducks
.jease $0 to $8. Wild Ducks
to $3. Venison, 10c to 12'Vc Wild Tur-
keys $7 to $9; Turkeys $15 to $20.
; i-nsirs ; 1 demand for second
hand at 10c to 17e.
Hides Dry Flint 21c; Dry Salt 17 to.
18c; Green Salt 10c; Greeii 9)c; Deer-
skins 30c per pound ; Sheep's pelts 25e to
30c; Dog Skins 50 to 60c each ; Beeswax 30
to 33c ; Tallow 10c
Iros Ties Demand firm and prices 7
5 00; white pine do. $5 50 to 6 00; sawul
laths $2 75 to :; OH; doors 3x7, $4; 3x8, $5;
3.7 i m, -i Tfi at aa, .,.1, s,in 1fl.
' . ' ,,,wh' 810' ,JC; 10x
j 'l' '0x14, $1 25; 10x10, $1 50; 10x11,
$1 75; 10x22, $2 25.
LiTB STocK-Aetive demand for good
! M,r. , . , ... . .
limn-:eefCattle at 8 to uc; "loe torn,
ft "re worth 7 to 7.'c; Texas beeves $50
to 55 per head. Cows and Calves $50 to
100. Hogs loc gross. Sheep iu large sup-
. 0 1 1
P'' " to 0 I1" """d.
Leather Market steady. flak Sole
44c to 48c; Hemlock Sole 37c- to 40c: Har-
. , ... . .. ,
Ue8S "ak 42c ' 45c: ''',er' No' l- P"r
doz-. No. 2, $45 do;, Fren-li Calf skins, per
dor, $45 to $75; American do., $30 to $50;
Linings, per dor., $3 50 to $12; Toppings
I-"- " ' ' '
,J to ,,,; Br,,,Ie LeHluf'' " f
doa. ; Skirting $47 to $47 50.
Molasses Cuba 55c; Louisiana Sngar-
house 85c; Golden Syrup $1 10 to 1 15 in
barrels, and 10c additional in kegs,
Nitth Filberts, Brazil and English
Walnuts, 17c to 20c; Almonds 28 to 32c;
Texas Pecans 22c, Arkansas and Louisi-
ana I2Jc; Peauuta, or Goobers, 890.
Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, 25 to
r , ,,
7o fur P,m,: 1,1 40 gallon bills, $8 to 10;
Pitch $6 perbbl; Oakum $5 to $0 per
Extra, 17c; C, 10V,c; Demarara, 17 to 17c;
. . , , " . ...
I's'na old process, Pa-; Pnme,15ic;
Fair, 15c; Common, 13 to 14c; Y. C. 16H
to 17c; Island, 14",, to 16c.
c. , , . ,
'T-Th. market is bare, and 280 lb
u,jls are nrI" $ " l'J 3 35.
Spirits Demand fair and market firm.
Common Whisky 90c to $1 25; Proof $1 S5 :
soda in uoxes, 74c; kegs, 0 107c.
Stabch CH to 7c per lb.
Shut Drop, per hag. $2 80; Buck $3 to
Ssi-ff Garrett, box, $16; packed, $.
Sundries English Pickles, assorted
$5 50 to 5 75; American, pints, $2 50;
quarters, $:! 50; half ga lions, $5 75. Mus
tard per case, $1 00 for quarter lb; Ken
tucky quarters. $1 75; halves, $3 50. Ma
son's Blacking 45 to 75c per don.
8uap Palm Soap, 6lic; No. 1 do. 7c.
Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra
Family, 8 to do; Castile 17c; imported do.
TaLuiw In demand at 10a.
Tobacco J'ricea are lirni, and nio. ;
diutu low irradia ara soarro. Fino
. , - ..... . . . . ... i
Natural Leaf IJbt pr,wodiflto 110; Fine I
Fancv Virirtnia IU to lt : Fine Itriirhl
pounds M) to 90c; Medium Briglit (xiunds
70 to 80c; Common Ilright pounds ttwa
70c; Good Hright ' j n ir: rs 62 to 67c.
Smoking Fine and Fancy 60 to 80c;
('oiuiiu.li aud Medilipt 36 to 00c
to the trade, not including paukagss, -u tp
Wheat No receipts, and prices nomi
nal; Choice red and white 1 Z to 1 3
ifo. 2$1 0 to 1 20; njscted, 80c to tl.
Viseoak I'lder 8 to 10 per libl ; Wine
f 12 to 15.
MKMrHlH noOT MsU0E MARKET.
Wb Jiave no change to note in prices.
The demand is active and much better
than last week. Country dealers are rlH- U
ing up their assortments, ami a large or-
der trade is doing:
Men's f. a Klu Itusxans il a 15
M' Halch'li.-r's SuiM-r K ip llrotiaiis 1
M's U aud B. Kip linssiilis. 1 Mb2 (l
Ms I., and II talfltroxsus
M's H. and', and lHnelMn's Bro
V'i Spill Brians
M s Hufl Balmorals
M s Bsiiiiorsla
.M s Burr and I'aif l ongress .,
M s t'alf PewtsTBooM"
M's slf slewed Boots
M's Kip Pen Routs ..
M s Split 1'ef Boots.
M's Grained I'eg Boots
M's Buff Peg Bisits .
Roy's Kip V. B. Brogsns
Bu. 's Kip L and R. Brogans
Bov s Birtl' and Calf Bnsjans
Boy's Burr Baliui,ra
Boy 's Calf Balmorals
Boy's Spilt Boots -
.... ' . if . L .' . ...
l i ,i m
1 a'uil 87
75al 50 I
I -isi ;sj
2 UUu-l Ml
2 50a6 (W
S tJaA uu
i 60a4 UJ
l rial no
1 lilt 75
1 25a2 OU
1 12a! 75
1 Mb 25
1 T.1a8 X
2 OlaS ...
Boy's Kip Boots
111 and Kit
1 2 25
1 fslsl SH
Women's lost tsvlii
Yooth'I !' llTttsiTZ-.
Youth's Peg Buff Balmorals...
1 1, uin s raa vma liaimorau
Youth's Peg PeliUed (: rained Bal's
Youth's Peg Gout Balmorals
Misses' Split Balmorals. . .
Misses' Butt Balmorals
Misses' Calf Baimurali
Ladles' bewi-d Kid and i-,a Bu:'
ladles' Sewed Buff and Csif Bal's
1 87a 1 75
1 75a2 OU
1 dual 55
1 uuul ou
1 25al 75
1 25J uu
I Ea 75
Ladles' ewej Cloth Julmon
Misses' h..Wed id and tjoal Bal's
Misses sewed Calf and Burt Usl's
niiureu s reg auu aeweu oui s
BlEMFHU DBV GOODS MARKET.
The wholesale dry goods trade has fall
en off during the week, and ia now most
ly confined to orders. Prices are weak in
all lines of goods, and on prints have de
clined about Xc. since oar last. Stocks
are large, and prompt buyers are dealt
with on tbe moat liberal terms:
Merrimack, D u Lancaster....
Spragues IS Amoskeag
Allen's IS Aruold
Americans U Bragg's
Lonsdale....4-4 Is Lonsdale.....T4 12V
Usxlett - -W Baltic W .. .10
Rosebud 4-4 Canoe j)
Krultof the Loom. 26 Monaduoek. 1M .60
Hope W Allendale.. 10 .55
areenvllle.S 1H Jas.Steamnilll
SUaier rills A,.. US walthaaa. -4 w
S'ark A .
-1 mi Rue stlfl 1 1
Pratlvllle 1-1 1v
Warren A... .1-1 IU
Aiikusia 1-4 Ill
J'epperell 1 r, Hm It
1'epperell N '.nue.11
1 1 v (isi
II 'y Ob'
Tennessee plalils...7 t'umljerland ji'ds J0
Texas plaliU 25 Itonoake plaids. ..,J0
Kenluckv plaids. ..21 Konoake stripes. ..17
Ottawa plaids 19 Delaware stripes . 16
Louisiana p'Us....l5 Marylandstripes 13
Memphis and Little Rock Railroad.
To Madison and Littxb Hock, Arkansas.
Uolng West Leave Hopeneld dally at 8:10
Coining East Leave L'AnKullleat l:HnD.m.
Kerry Boat leaves loot of Union eH. at ti:l0a.in.
B. D. WILLIA.MH,
General Agent anu Huperintenuent.
Memphis and Louisvllie Railroad.
Dsv Express, city time 1 -uia.nl. 2:15a.m.
Nlal'.t Express, city lliue. .J:15 p.m. 12: a.ni.
Ticaet otrlces No. 277 1-2 Main street and at
liepot, head of Main street.
Hleeptng Car attached to Night Express
Train, wiitch goes LhronKii to Nasbvllle, via
Nashville and Northwestern Kail road, with
SAM. B. JONES, Oenl Supt.
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
ARRIVR. DBe ART.
New Orleans Matl, dally 2:15 p.m. ll:10a.iu
N. Orleans Kxpress. dully. ..8:30 a-m. 1 iai p.m
Kretgbt, dally except Sun
day - .2:35 p.m. 1 .' :i.
Mail Train makes direct connection for
New Orleans anil all points South.
Express Train malic direct connection for
t'ofieevllle. Water Valley, Oxford, Molly
springs and all points north of Orenada on
! .--.--; Central Kallroad.
Ticket odlce 1-2 Main street and at the
Depot, oinuibusaes will call lor passengers
ind check baggage in any part of the city, by
:eavlng orders at 27 1-2 Main street.
A. a LIVEKMOUE, Gen'lRup't.
C. P. OAK LEV, Uen'l Ticket Agent,
Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
Mall Train iliftS p.m.
UM p.m '
VuVI p.m 1
1 K.xpress Traiu : p.m.
' Junction Ac-oiii'oif.ition- o;15 a.m.
tSoinei vllle AceoiuoilHlion m : l.t a.m.
Takeaeifoct Mnnaav. lh.
4 u p.m
W. J. Itosa, Oen'l ttnp't
Wpak Back. Pains of the Side, of the Hips,
and Hitou. the Kidney, are relieved at once !
b the application of one of
ALLC0CK S POROUS PLASTERS.
" Oaisstoww, Ala., Not. ??, 18W.
" Messrs. Tms. ailcock ii Co.: Liurmg an
extensive practice ot ten years 1 have been a
trcineiil witnesa ot tb magical ijualitiea of I
your I'orous Plasters. I can ceriny tliat they )
are all you claim for them.
Pr. M3"er, of Saannah, tia.. says they are
the lieHliut-charilculsupporterN for wc'k'mns-
clt sever discoven-d ; that by their warming i
properties ibey bring power ami health, un- "rj;1"? In "1Ie om nv0 10 for,y acre, and
til the strength of tile muscles are entirely ! wl" be so marked off that any person, with a
restored; that he knows a case where All- f P'a his hand, can nnd each lot anil ave
enck's Plasters i-ured a gentleman of a weak hue without further aasUlauce, and may ex-
spine; thai he daily prescribes them lu h:s
practice, with the happiest reKult.
In Remote Settlements of Untold Value.
Food mnkes blood: blood make the body.
If the blood b pure, tue body Ih healthy. Ho
If wc are not tu health, we know some impu- ;
ritle are Imklng abont which muht here- i
moved, and the mMner the N-lter.
Brand ':-eih' a Pill rrmovr all from the ayatrm !
which nature ntwis no longer.
Tlie wonderful cure effected by Brandreth i
PlUahave arretted the attention of eulight- j
ened physleiann. Upwards of five thousand !
now BM th in in tneir dallv practice, and
two hundrod have given their written teil
raony a to their Innocence and value, aa
dHaVaj of the bowels and blood.
Their untold velue U to those living In set- j
tleim-ut where doctors can only be had at i
great expense. Kor if you are Mick, yon j
have only to take one or more dose or Brand- '
retb Pillf-to get cured. Full direction are I
with eaoh box. Hold by all druggiwU.
Bachelor's Hlr 0. This splendid Hair Pye
is the Insst In the world; the only true and
perlccl I've; harmless, reliable, tnstiinlune
ous; no disappointment ; no ridiculous tlnta;
remedies the 111 e&ecls of bad llyes; Invigo
rates and leaves the Hnlr soft aud lieuutlful,
hi.ack or bkown. hold by all I irugulsts and
Pertnuiers; and proiierly afplled at Kalchel-
or s H la factory, o. i Komi
! utreet, N. V,
0e Beautiful. --If yon desire Beauty you
should use Hasan's MagnollH Balm.
It gives a soit. refined, satln-lixo texture to
tin l . tnplexlon, removes Hotighness, Reil
uess, 'IliotcUes, riuuburn. Tan, etc.. ana adds
11 1 Ingt of Pearly Bloom to the philtiest fea
tures. It bungs the Bloom of Vouth to the
fudlng cheek and chaugos the rustic Country
liirl into a Fashionable City Ii-lle.
In the use of the Magnolia Halm lies the
trne secret of llesuly. No lady netxl com
plain of her Complexion who will Invest 75
'ins in this tieljuhtfnl article.
Icon's Katbiiueii is lata liest Hsir Dressing
Tnc 6rat VitalizecThis title may be
ntrly givon to a ntstorativ' wlm-h MM lakt'ii
j precedence of nil other tonic and alterative
prt'paratloua for a period of nearly twenty
I yearn. Unrliiej thabtonK intf-rval HobTKT
j TER'S STiMACH Ultatl may ho truly
i said to liave en;oy.Hl unrivaled popularity,
j Many ureparat ions liave ben tot up to com
j pete with it, but they have all fallen Into 1U
j wake or nunk Into oblivion for Jack of pa
j trnuage. Knwn the first, thU now world-re-i
uowned Vegetable Tonic baa been both me
t i . v and financially successful. Every
j year Iirh added to the number of IU friends,
t and the demand for it, baaed solely upon (he
i Hxperinn-ntal proof of it excellence as a
i preventive and curative, seems to have nuas-
sinable limit. Tbe medical profession sunc
j tion and approve its use. Ami it 1m now at the
i head of tbe rlas ot medicines to which It
belongs, the admitted, undisputed sovekeic.n
Tonic ok thk Am Tbe statistics of the
; I' nltert Stat Revenue Iepartinent will ver
. ity the statement lbat it stands aloneand DJH
; approached In Mm mnnltude of Its sales as
c rniarel witb those of any other proprie
tary remedy advertised on this side of the
Tub ExpLAVATiosof thfc fa'd may e com
prised In a few words. HoSTETTEU'H
STUMAC'II UITTFIW is at once the purest,
the safest and the most potent of all veneta
ble Wnlcs, and the htist ant ldote to every va
riety of malarious disease. Hence it Is espe
cially adaptet to the present season of chlll
ing dews and unwholesome vapors.
From the Philadelphia Evening Telegraph
We advise persons having diseased hair
to use Professor Christy's celebrated Hair
Lotio. It Is put up in a lottle and box. La
dies who once use Lotio discard every other
preparation for tbe Hair, a-j It is the best
dressing for the Hair In the world. The Lo
tio never laJH to remove the worst eases of
Dandruff, and restore gray and bleached Hair
to Ita natural color.
For sale by druggists; sample bottles pent
lo any address In the 1 nited Htates by express
for fl. PRF. CHRISTY CO.,
No. 711 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. j
Hair Dye bas been proved poUonlosa. Prot,
(. hiltou, wiiose reputation as an analytical
chemist gives his statements the weight ot
authority, announces that
Cristadoro's Excelsior Dye
Has lieen sub ecled to the prorer tests In his
laboratory, and results show It to be
ABHOL I ITS I II A RMJ. M(
As well aa admirably adapted to the pnrposes
for which It Is designed. This Is Important,
as the public has just been warned, by two
leading scientific organs, against
THIRTY DKAM.Y DYES
Now before the public.
CIUSTAHOUO'H HAIR PUEHFRV ATI YE, as
- tike scbarm ou tbe Hair after
Iiyetng. Try It.
The Greatest Discovery of the Age.-This
Is Admitted lo be the fsct by the thousands
who are now using lia. Tobias Cclebkatko
Venetian l,i Mattel. It has been lntrisluceil
since isj'jumi no one once trying ll Is ever
without It. it will positively cure the under
uitiitloned compisints. If used as direoaedl
Chronic Rlieu-uailsm.Hore Throat, Heudsrhe,
i ooj uui'llr, s irKiu.. nru -.is, ";i sun-s nwri-
milit, m 0tuU Kit.;, aud luii in the fteck.
Client r Linitw; also, taken Internally for
1'liolcra. liiarrliea. liyscntcry. ('roup. Coiic,
Hea Hu-ani'ss, Spasms, etc. It Is perfectly
lnirmiess to take Internally. (See oath uc
tsinipanyliia each bottle.) Ii has uever failed
to cure every case of Diarrhea, lyseliter
and Cniup, If used when first taken- Alwuyo
liuvi. . Iwill 1a in Ihe iiuiise In reiul i iies. ami
you will never regret It.
1 rice, riny i viii snu ijne .Miliar, roiu
l y tUe bruaaisU asd lireSeept-rs through-
oui me l uueu isisies. issssss. Bf
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
x j J
- s u
Tuesday, November 2, 1869.
James C. Anderson st sis. Ex Parte Petition,
No. 21U - nan eery uoart of Memphis.
! Tl Y virtue of an taterlocntory decree In this
i II cause, 1 will salt st public auction, to the
j highest bidder, in front of the Clerk aud Mas
i ter's ofBce, lu thet-lty of Memphis, Tenn , on
Tuesdsy, November 2, ISBV, within legal hours
l-the following Real Estate, to-wlt:
I A certain tract of land lying and being In
the county ol Shelby and Htate of Tennessee,
I whereon James C. Anderson, sr., resided st
-the time of his death, and known as his
! homestesd, near to or npon the waters of
' Nonronnati creek, containing 40 aores.
Before the day of sale the above tract will
, be subdivided Into several small tracts.
Terms of Sale One-third oash, balance on
! a credit of one and two years; notes with se-
rurily taken, bearing interest from the day
of sale, and lien retained till pay men', of the
' purchase money.
GOTTLIEB 8L EZEKIEL,
Corner Second and Admin streets.
REGULAR TRADE SALE OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc.
Tuesday & Thursday Morning,
AT 10 O'CTrOCK.
A. S. ROGERSON, Auctioneer.
EXlCU TOR'S SALE
50 Small Farms
Five Miles from Memphis.
Y nlrection of the will of the late' JOHN
I'Ufi:. we will sell, at Public Hule. In tbe
highest hltliler, upon ilie premise, beglnulng
at 111 o'clock,
Monday, November 15, 1869,
Plantation, belonging to the ntste of said
decdt.'nt, five m,!i from Memphla, on the
niiiiQ Uo : !, road.
Tb quality of thin land maybe Inferred
from tbr fnci that 11 made, for tui proprietor,
the rt-putatlon of belnic the moat thrifty and
MUcceMful planter in tU State, aud gtve him
lead of the world In bearing ofl preniiums
for the fineat cotton.
The tract ha teii anbdfvlded Into
FIFTY SMALL FARMS
' ne inem ai leisure Deiore sale uay
PlanH mar be had at the office of thn a nr. i
tloneer, Mcht. Roy.ter, Trezevaut A Co., In j
I Memphln, and on the premlftes.
! The sale will be peremptory, and without !
1 Third cah. balance one and two yean,
I W1THOL T I NTKREST, retaining lien.
A.C. PtiPE, Executrix.
A. K. POPK, Executor.
ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO.,
Lauderdale County, Ala.
; 'yHIS celebrated Watering Place, with the
! 1 Hotel and Cottages, contaiulhg 1AJ sleep- -
Ing Itooms. Iiesl.le I'arlors. Ball-room, lilnlug !
Hall, Kitchens. Ilsr and Billiard Kooms and 1
unices, together with about TQUacreaor land j
i sdjolnlng the .Springs tract, and all the
; Household snd Kitchen Kurnlture. Bar and !
Alley Fixtures, Moles, Cattle, Hogs, rilieep, 1
WiUbo Sold Ix.x VaXioly
For division between owners,
On the 15th Day of December,
To the highest and lie' t bidder. The houses
and turulture are lu good condition, nnd eve-
I rythiug is in readlnc,. to continue business.
ArCOtlimo'lHtlons lot VMJ visitors.
ror further luioi iiistion and circular rie-
iptiveoi property, aowfaal
lif.LIS A CO.. Proprletc
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
BY virtue of a Deed of Trn-'t, leconlfsl In
Rook H. pajres 4uK-7-,H-,y of the Realstr's
'tnc-ot Shflbv rtiintv. iVnnesst. v .nt.-.t
tniuby Henry U. Deut ana Alexander M.
Ferguson, for the iuruose of securing a cer-
tain indebtedness, therein set forth, I will,
according to the terms of said deed,
On Wednesday, December 10, 869,
Between the hours of 11 o'clock a. in. and N
o'clock m., at the uortbeast corner of L'nlon I
and Second streets. In the city of Memphis,
Tennessee, s'll at public auction to the bigh- I
est and best bidder, for cash, free from the i
right of redemption which Is expressly
waived -the lolb.wing dtscrlbed real estate,
lying In the county cf Shelby, -State of Ten- i
u:-sst -, Mi.'t in the city uf Memphis, to-wit : (
Lot Number fourteen (lit, in block sixty-
two ns iHlil down on what was formerly
known as South Memphis, ironting one hun
dred and ten ,hh bet on the noith side of
Heal street, aud running back northwardly,
between parallel lines, two hundred aud forty-lour
ijJ-H. feet to the dividing line between
The John Rice and the Ramsey grants. It be
In;; the sain-ground on which recently stiod
The Hutauico Medical College N building.
Also, another lot, being a part of lot num
ber one (It, In block forty-six iP, on the plan
of South Memphis, anil bounded as follows;
Hegluningat a point on south side of Real
street, otM hundred and forty-two (Mil feel
west fioin the Intersection of the weat side of
iHiMuto street with the soith side ot Real
street, an i running thence southwardly, and
perpendicularly from Real street, one hun
dred and twenty-Qve feet to an alley;
thence westwurdly and parallel with Heal
street, along said alley one huudredand fifty
150) feet; thence northwardly one hundred
and twenty-n ve 1 125) leet to Real stre-t ; thence
eastwardly, with Real street, one hundred
and fifty (lM leet to the begtuolng.
I will sell by the lot, or In parcels to suit
purchasers. The title Is deemed good, but I
will eonvev only us Trustee
" Jyo- M- A RM Al'K, Trustee.
BY virtue of n Trust DMA, cxecntetl to me
by TruMteu Wllnt, on Ihe lt Uay of No
yemver, 1---7. anrt Uuly recordcU in the Kegii
ter h utflca if Hnelby county, Teuneiisee. In
H- -k No. ti'J, pp.JU, tenant! ofacvrtalu other
Icwl. made to ine by Purlety J. Wilson, on
theith ot Ociober, an4 recorded In said
county nnd State nnd In said oftlc-e. In Hecord
Book rS, pp. sil. etc., and to which reference la
here maoe. and belnff called on by the holdn
of the imte aecured In aald Truat Deedtt. to
execute the bum, 1 will, on
Tuesday. 23d Day of November, 1869.
Between the hour of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. of
that day, ou the preuiiaea tavreafter deaenbed.
proceed tu hcII, to thu highest bidder, for earth,
the property conveyed in said Trust Deeds ;
and described thus, as lying in saldcounty
and Htate, In Civil l-istrict .No, 7, containing,
by estimate, 1-Mh acres and bounded as .
follows: Bk1iiu1uk at a stake on cleared
land NW corner or lot No. 7; thence south
tf chains and 75 hnk to a Make, two dog
wood and poplar pointers, 8W corner or lot
No. 7; thence west eight chalus and eighty- !
he veti links to a stake, two white and posfok
pointers; thence north ttilrtv-one chains and ;
Hcveuty-flve links to a staiv, one Iron wood
and three elm pointers, E. Amonctt s corner;
thence went six chains to a Make and white- j
oak marked E. a., said Amonetrs earner;
theuce north M chains u a stake, two hick
ory aud one black-uum pointer, sW corner of i
Ju la Knbvns' dower; thence east U chain
and 7 links to the beginning. The right of
redemption Is waived ny the terms of said
Trust iv. -t; I shall make no warrantvof tttle, !
hut 1 believe the title to tie good.
A. MUNSON, Trustee.
Wii-aovA Rkard, Attorneys. oc2J
lj V virtue of a Deed
of Trnst. caiscuted to ;
.11 tlx-first 1ar of An.
rd In the Realstcr's
Tlieo'lore u. Antle.on
eust, IsnT, anil ol rt-cord
iffl if liflby isiunty. In Hecord book. No.
tti, at pane HO, i-t si quiicr. I shall, us Truster
usiiieu lu salt! lkd on
oi . 1L r.-..i r. . ,..,J.K. MEIlRIMiX, THUS. R. SMITH,
oaiuruay.uie zxn ot novemoer.lVbS1
At 12 o'clock m., proceed to sell, for rash.
upon the premises, tbe tract of land In said i
deed described, for the purpose of satisfying I
the last of the three notes secured by the i
The said tract consists of two acres of land,
abont roar miles from Memphis, un the
Pigeon Boost road, being lot No. 1 of M. D.
W. P. OEADKICK, Trustee.
Memphis. 25th October, WMI. ocM law
BY vlrtoe of s Trust Deed, to me executed
by H. B. S. Williams, Trustee, and Kllza
N. Williams, I will sell, to tbe highest bidder
for cash, on
Tuesday. November 23, 1869,
At the Hall of the Chamber of Commerce, in -Memphis,
l ennete, 117 acre) of land in the '
Hays 0OU acre traof, near Wythe Depot or
HayRvllle, on th Memphis and Ohio Rail
road, aud particularly described In the deed :
from the helra of 8. J.Havn, dee'd, lo thr
aaM WillUmH, tinted :7th May, 1H68, to which
reference in made for a more particular de-M-rlptlon
of atd property.
s,l between lu a.m. nnd 1 p.m.
ocii JOHN 1 TKKZEVANT, Trustee.
A SPLENDID CHANCE
Central City Property
FOR JS Uj X3.
One hundred feet front, on the went
side of Shelby street, with the im
provements thereon. Will be sold
altogether or in four separate lots, as
purchasers may desire. For terms
TIIOS. H. COCKE,
No. 618 ShelbyStreet.
Ornrc Hkrxakdo Instkam k Co.,
17 Madison street, October IS, ISM. j
4 T a meeting of tbe Board of Directors of
I'omuanv. held this dnr. a dividend
of five (5) per cent, was declared upon the
capital stuck, the same to be credited upon i
the stock notes. F. M. NE1JSON, 1
or thk co.tnmoK or tub
International Ins. Co.
CITY OF NEW YORK,
O.V THK FTHST DA Y OF JULY, 188B
The name of the Company Is the - Ixthkh a-
T JON A I. I-VM-KAMt CoMI'A VJ,'' It IS IOC-
led In the City of New York.
The amount ot lu capital mock U j.VK),ono
The aiuoun of capital utock paid up U fiO0.Ul0
The AasoU of the Company are aa follow:
Cash on hand Of in the hund of
aem or other pei sou f 1,'JH2 .1
Real etat unincumbered None.
BondA owned by th Company, to-wit :
r. H. 6-30 bondfl, par value JHJMl
r. S. HMO bondt par value... Jw.uoo
V. s. 0 per ct. .TO year bond.-. 215,000
New Yoik County boud w,50u
Virginia state bond- 37, IW
Alabama State bonds 11,000
Market value $968,35 iti
Loaned on rnur(g;igc, biine the
first lien on unincumbered real
estate, worth double the amount
.t..-.l ft.OOO oc
Debt-H otherwlsH secured 2S,400 DO
Debt for premium 71
All other aecuritles. lajoul a-
Total assets tl.ao.H44 30
Amounts due or uot due to banks or
other creditors None
Losses aitJnstiHi nnd due None.
Losses adjusted and not due Mai -rwl
Losses unadjusted and I oases in sus
pense waiting lor further proof. 133,611 Lj
All other claims against the L'omp'y 4,1 57
Total liabilities fl,M0
The greatest amount tnaurcd in any one
The greatest amount allowd by the rules
of the Company to be Insured In any one
city, town or village, and the greatest amount
allowed to be Insured In any one block no
arbitrary rule. Are governed entirely by. a
prudent regard for tbe character of the risk.
Sworn to by OEj. W. KAVAUE, preVt,
VM. J. Ht'UHE. Secretary.
Approved by J. W. BLAC KBCRNK,
Comptroller of Ten nessee.
S. R. CLARKE & CO., Agents,
18 Knickerbocker Buiidintj, Madison street,
oclO MEMPHIS, TK.VX.
or the coxniTtoJt or nta
CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
OK THE CITY OF XEW YORK,
FIRST DAY OF JULY, 1869
The name of this Company Islhe"CONTI
! NKNTAI. INSUBAKCK COMPANY," incor-
noraleit in I'iii, and located In the city of
The capital of .,: t Companv, a-tu-ally
pild up In cash. l Jt sou.(M 01
Tbe surplus, on the 1st day of July,
MW UBUM T,
Total arn't of capital and surplus, 2,'sif2,aft0 75
L Ara'l of enf-h in St.
Mcholus Nal'nal Iinnk...SIfl8,10 HI
Amount of ch in offlee 6 in H
2. Un incumbered reai estate owned
by the Comnatiy
X lxans on hondH and morttfHp;,
beiui; first lien of record on unin
cnmbwrel nal cm ate worth at
least J.tJT.STO and on which there
is le-s than one year's interest
da-? and owiu interest at 7 p. ct.)
4. Loans on stocks and bond of the
United States, and of Institutions
ineorporaleal by the Htale of New
York, payable" oa demand, (the
mark r valued securities pletlged
74S.J.-J1 011 I
ot-iu cm .xai , l iuerti ui , n,
5. Htocks and bonds of the Tnlted
Wta'es and of the States of New
ork.Iennesee and irgu.hi.and
Institutions i!iforporatel by the
Diaieoi tew l ora, owned by tee
6. Interest actually due and unpaid
7. Premiums dm aud uncoMected
on policies issued
1. Losses Incurred and In prooeaa of
adjustment, and tosses reported
ou w hich no action has been ta
ken Stt,5o,) 00
Dividends on capital aud scrip
declared and due and unpaid 3rj,S6i; OB
S. Dividends on scrip ordered, re
deemed and yet unclaimed 23,610 00
t. Total ain't of losses, claims and
Hworn lo bv
'UFO. T HOPE. President.
1J. C lOWMaUOTD, ec-y, A.D.
tl. W. Biai Kiiirns, (Vnnpt'r of Tenn.
S. R. CLARKE & CO.. Ag'ts.,
18 Knickerbocker Building,
Msdlson street, Memphis Tennessee.
BANKS AND BANKING.
THE DeSOTO BANK
DIRECTORS: JAM IX KI.I'FR.
T. R. FAKXWiRTH,
W H. WOOD,
H. H IH NSl'OMB.
l i lj il.
JAMES ELDER, : : President.
W. H. WOOD, : : Vice-President.
T. R. FARNSWORTH, : Cashier.
No. 6 MADISON STREET.
Tlios. Fislior, Xiot,
SK1.I.H Sight Drafts on Ireland, and Three
aud Sixty Days' Sight on London, at New
j York rates) ant. can draw In sums to suit
: purchasers on all the principal citlea and
i towns iu Continental Europe,
j Also, transacts a general Exchange and
, Banking Bus 1 new. ocH
Dot a General Bunting and xcht
Oilleefians made at all voinlt and 1
, Py""i I
AMOS WOODRI'FF. A. T. LACEY.
h. t. tomunson. a. j. whitk.
H. A. PAKTEK,
W. H. CHERRY, H A
And Gen'l Insurance Company,
Cot. Front and Miulison Sts.,
D. B. MOLLOY, President.
au8 FERDINAND MOLLOY, Cashier.
F. H. UAVIS,
J. T. FARUA80N,
U. H. JUUAU.
J. N. OUVER,
C. F. 8UITU,
W. W. THATVHER'
W. P. PROCDFIT.
W. W. YOCNQ,
W. K. MOORE.
J. W. JEFFERSON,
F. S. DAVIS,
W. W. THACHER, Cashier.
DONOHO, JOY A CO.,
Comer Main and Madison Sts.,
A RE now prepared to oraer any number of
A Farm. Railroad and other Laborers, as
onr srranueinenu are now perfected at every
point, from Castle Usrden, New York, to
'Chicago. Illinois. . .
r an! Swedish Railroad Laborers, in one
body, can be now obtalned.on favorable
terms. ... . ,
M MNagO, J8T tt.
HATS AND CAPS.
HATS and CAPS
297 MAIN STREET,
Up-Stairs, - - Memphis, Tenn.
WTlie only exclusive Wholesale Hat
House In the city.
" My stock Is entirely new, well assorted,
and buying direct from manufacturers, ena
ble me to compete with Eastern house.
se" -c -I . . t, fp--talrs.
WALNUT AND OAK LANDS
oc9 DOXOIIQ, JOY A CO.
Oir Weveral Farms.of e.-ich IfO. ISO. MO. WO to
00 acres, on the Memphis and Charleston
Kailroml, from Uermantown to Huulsbun'
" Also, on Memphis and LoutsTille, from
Wells to llnn.boldt.
ttr And on M'.ssissippisn.i Tennessee Rail
oe DONOHO. JOY CO.
King's Tennessee State Directory,
THE onderslgoed, belloving that the Inter
ests of the business commanity demand
the publication of a new work containing
Information In relation to all Persons, Firms
and Companies engaged tu Mercantile, Man
ufacturing and Professional pursuits in each
of the numerous Cities and Towns situate in
the Stare of i. propose to publish a
book, which will embrace:
Part !. A Comtletk SHrppKRs QrtML
which will .. :. DescripTive Ueftafay
tbe Cities, Towns and v Ulagt s In' tbe Sta e,
with full and complete Shipping Dlreetlonn
loall points, ami aiso giving the IMatloM oX
I r.xprens and leiegrapli oniparlea dolui:
j business In the statoi Tenneasee
PAW i i - I II i. CITIE8 AND I tWXH OF TKX-
raMBX, giving tneir locailou and popula
tlun.witii iull and accurate a phabetlel lists
of the names of all doing nnsluetts In
1'AHT III iCUmnkB Rl'SINESH DlREC-
toby, eon'aiafac under )iroorla'e - hart-
I tugs,' accurate Lists ui thi- amexand Loea-
tion of all Persons, rirms aud lucorpormte I
Companies pngagd in business in the Towns
and i I ties IbroiMrhoal the Htate of Tt it nessee.
Part IV a Nkw L .sited states Fitof
ricg Directory, eonlaitdng the um and
locality of every Postcmce In the Cutted
States and Territories.
Ttie Work will 'a printed with New Type
on good paper, and hound in one large and
splendid volume. Subsci ibers' names will he
Inserted In the Work in large UuLD TYPE,
and the business In which each Is engaged
wLl be very fully and cousi.u uously set forth.
The names of per.-ons who do not sulsscrtbc
will be printed in the usual manner.
Copies of tbe Dlrectoiy will Deleft at the
! principal hotels tu Tennessee, and aeal, for
nic nse ni ine puu.ic, vo i i - u i lo
cated at the county s-ats of the dlfTVrent
I counties in the state, thereby rendering Use j
W oik an lnvalu djie nirdium for advertising
j-mn iw ! 101111 ja rsons eugaj-d i.: t ouimercial, Mann-
Terms of Subsicription---$o per Copy, pay
able on deliveiy.
KATH OF ADVERTISING;
One Page yxi 00 .
One hall Page ou
One-third P.ige M uu
Qpe fourth Page lo . .
On -.sixth P.iga 7 00
"Nomone to lie paid for sutiscrlptlon or
advertising until the Work ts delivered.
K. l. KI So, Ettxacten PuMisber,
D. U. W liAuros, Nashville, Tenn.
ti-iirr.il gcnt. t.-i:iphls. t
Mississippi Valley Navigation
SOUTH AND WEST,
No. 118 Carondeftt Street New Orleans.
Capital Stx-k, -Shares
j To the owners of Real EMate In Louisiana.
Mlsiwippl, Tennessee. Arkanaas, Texaa
HHE COMPANY KNOWN Tl) THE PfBLIC '
X as the " Mississippi Vulley Navigation
Company f the Huth and Went," is oitsan
tsed under a chnrti r from the State of Ioo
Isiana. This charter authorize? u n.r.u'
stork of five hundred thun and dollars; with
i ine privutre oi extension io one million.
I That Ihe public may Know the exact object ol
the Company, the third article of the charter
j Is given entire at follows :
'"The object of this Company Is to con
1 struct or otherwise to procure and maintain
i one or more steamloats or other veaKela, to :
run on and navigate the ilisi-iip river, or
j IU tributaries. Tor the purpose of ca ryiug
' frelvht, malls and paasenars; tt coostruct
docks wharves, buildings and such other con- '
; stnictlons as may be necessary to the build
lug aud repairing of vessei--, and generally to
i exercise such incidental powers and privi
leges as are hereby or may be conferred on
! them for the purposes aforesaid.
The Company propose, under th provisinn
j of this charter to construct a line of uw
, pressure steamboats to run between the dil-
ferent ports ca the Mississippi river and Ita
( tributaries. They win carry less sreaui.
i make better time, land freight and paaaen
j gers without rouudimx-to, and. by menus of
i endless chains and elevators, reolve grain In
bulk and discharge It tlx rr shipment) dl
j reedy on board the vessel Intended to receive
I It. instead of the present mode of putting it
1 first on shore, thereby saving time, labor and
expense. The Boats will also be divided la to
I distinct compartment so. if they encounter
, snags, or any accident should happen t-. the
hull, the boat will ut be endangered. They
j will also have complete apparatus for extln
I gulsbing tire by steam, and eouducttug water
' over the vesaeffor doiuestlc use: and will be
In every respect sarer. swiner. and better
adapted for carrying passengers and frelgLt,
and at a cheaper rate than any bouts now
navigating the Mississippi river.
Owing to the difficulty of obtaining rash
subscriptions to any enterprise, no matter
how great its merit, the Company have de
terminated to recelvesnbaeriDtions in Lund t..
the t apttal stoeg. in doing so, we have at
j once a substantial basis; and as It is very
! reasonably expected thet within a short lime
1 la'nds will considerably appreciate in value
j this plun will aflord us a Miurce of revenue
j entirely seperate and distinct, and when
1 added to the expected earnings of the boats,
: cannot, In the natural course of things, fail
I to make th stock a profitable Investment,
i Parties having land which produces thorn
little or nothing, bnt on which they are pav- 1
ing taxes, aim winch cannot he Mld at j1 -
not at all. will, on reflection. i,
rxivllent uyil nnu-oal plau for r- allxli
them, as tlie (-ertiflcales of sto k of a oom-
; pany can be much it ire re.i.iilj disposed of '
! than lands,
Over H acrea of good land have already
been ohVrid and subscribed.
I Rooks of subscription to tbe capital stock of
the Coinimny iirs uow upcu
l at iae omce, 11
rurondi-ii-T ir-. i-t, N-w Orli-iins.
Parties at s distance, ileslrlna tosnhscrlhe
lsiids, must send to the Iim-hI aaeuts ab
stract of title, inortgaae certltlcates, evidence
that the taxes have Been paid testimony ot
responsl hie parties respecting tht- valne of the
land, price, and. In fact, all information ne
cessary to give the Company a iiilssaaaai
ldeu,of the land offered.
By order of the Board of Directors.
- CHAS. K. BENTi N. secretary.
J. T. BWAYNE. President.
B. Piwixthxd OeneraJ Ant.
J. a Ham, Special Agent Philadelphia.
W. R hpears Vlckshurg. Miss.
A. 1. WlTUElt!iroo Memphis. Tenn.
Thus. J. fiusmLL New lirUans, l,a.
John B. Iiavis Louisville, Kv.
Iqhx i OBB Madison, IncL
THF. firm of Hasiilton A Co. Is dissolved
this day, by mmunl consent. ('. Ii Hsni
tlton withdrawing from 'he firm. ULIssiiN.
HKRHINIJ IU. will continue th -tlliieas
at the old stand, and assume aU liabilities of
the ulil Arm, aud sre aluue authorised W col
lect the assets of the same.
0. B. HAMILTON,
W. a s.
M nap a is, October 3, IMS.
Having retired from tbe late firm of Hamil
ton at Co., I take pleasure In recommending
my successors, Gltsaon, Herring A Co., to the
trading pubUc; hoping It may extend the fa
vors to them so liberally bestowed on us.
C B. HAMILTON.
M E urn is. October 28, lWt.
A LARUE supply of European sinaine
Birds, consisting of Csnaries, QoUltnchea,
Linnets lapuneseSuarrows aud talking far
,r. Ala.-,.,,, .... .nt ot of I MM7S STOHTl
Terrier and Kmellsh Coach, which will be !
sold cheap, at No. 70 Jeflerson street, near the
Petro Oil Headquarters!
Cor. Main and Washington Sts., j
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS,
HAVE ON HAND NOW, AND OFFER FOR
Hale, st LE.-SS thsn the usual prices:
1050 Cook Stoves, of various kinds and
400 Heating Stoves;
300 barrels Petro Oil ;
A large stock of Lamps, Tin Ware, etc.
sf Country merchants will And tt to their
Interest to see our Goods and LOW PRICES.
at- We are the only parties who have the
RIGHT TO SELL tbe celebrated Petro OIL
os R. B., sorasr sad W.
GENUINE SHERRY WINES,
FKOM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OP
GONZALEZ & BYASS,
OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, " SPAIN,"
WHICH WE WILL SHLL AT
HEW YORK IMPORTERS' GOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CUBREXCY
I B. J. SEMMES & CO.
Iliiriux learned that parties
the " Yanniswe" Whiskey, -no hereby
damairea aK.iit.st any KK.SI'oN.SIBLE party we may disc-over attemptlni; to aeU tbl
brand of Whiskey, and will publish them aa selling a SPURIOUS artii.-!. We har
had the ole nae and control of the " Tanniaaee" brand for nearly twon.y years, an
none is genuine without our brand on the barrela.
B. J. SEMMES k. CO.
Great Drive in Prints !
SPRAGUE'S. AND OTHER BEST MAKES PRINTS
- Tbe Styles are new, and of the most
Cheapest Lot of Goods Ever Ofered.
We are also receiving an Immense Line of NEW PANT STUFFS DRESS
GOODS, SHAWLS, NOTIONS, Etc., Etc.. which we offer at prices to piaase
CLOSEST CASH BUYERS.
MAXUF ACT L" K K K
TINWARE, STOVES, GRATES, MANTLES
BEOllow w 0.10 ciiica. GsatLxxast.
Jobbers in Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Wire, Etc. Sole Agdnts far BLCK'S.PAT
EHT BRILLIANT COOKING STOVE the Best in the World.
Slate & Marble
W "or slock Is
: : u oboilx.
Orgill Brothers & Co.
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
NOS. 3!0 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A OOMPLCTK ASWOnTMEJTTOF
FOREIGN $c DOMESTIC HARDWARE
U7"K ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF A IX OUR FOREIGN GOOW. WK PCIiCHASS OW
lviuetK Ooods from the Manufacturers. We are sasaaaaa to asasl atlvan saaaa t
the trade. We are OLE AOE1 in atemphis for tiie
1 1 il Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also, Buckeye Reapers and Mowers,
Marvin & Co.'s Greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Sate,
Sorghum Mills, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wheat and Corn Mills,
And many other articles too nrmeroas to mention. Agricultural Implements in great r
rlety. r n-iici, w In. low Ulass. iiwi, Metals. i:s.:'izs. eeuig. ssssi uraw.i.
S- TERMS CASH. OR SHORT CITY ACCEPTANCE. n jlj
CUBBINS & GUNN,
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACKt:
HAVINO THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE FOUNDRY ANT) J1ACHXNE tSOf 1
tbe Southwest, sre prepared to do all work in
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAI EVES
THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF NEW AND SKCO NTS HAND
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL C
Which will be cnt and fitted to order, promptly and well.
tentton :o th
v and satisfactory worklns
.LuTHhM ANU LEATHER BELflNO, In rati
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis. Tarn
Of New York.
W. J. POUTER,
PORTER, PACE tc CO.,
No. 140 Pearl Street, New York
CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS.,
in oentraIj xht ow o:
M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
By the Metropolitan Gift Ca.
CASH GIFTS TO THE AMOUNT of $500,000
EVERY TICKET DBA WB A PRIZE.
I i'sli lilfU. eaeh - S3W00
JS) " ' -
Mi Eleeant Rosewood Hliinos.eaeb, fecOO to
75 ' Melodeon
ISO Hewing Machines
Hsamwaasassi - . .
ill urltes.silver ware.etc.valued at
.chance to draw any ofthe above fr
sss V1 ' i W -' "
for JVC. Tickets describing rrlies sre iu
BSVSSSS BS, " ' J - - , , ,
Envelopes and well mixed. On recaiptss asi
a.ssalcrf Ifcaet Is drawn without choice and
sent by mall to any address. Tbe prize named
un It wVll be delivered to the ticket-holder
on payment of On. Dollar. Prises are tame
1 lately sent to any sddrsss by si press or re
turn mall. . w-.
- You will know wnst yw
von nay for It. Ana Prize rzetangtd for an
! ofaer aTsals. tsLlae. blanks. Our patrons
! esn depend on lair dealing.
PcrrREcka.- We select the follow! ng from
ms'uy wh have lately drawn Valuable Prises
and kindly permitted as to publish them :
I Andrew J. Burns. Chicago, tlu.000; Miss Clara
1 H. Walker. Baltimore, Piano, $X00; James M.
vistthews, Detroit, tS.OOtl; John T.Andrews,
ssvsnnah. t',060; Miss Acnes Wmmous,
Charleston. Piano, ssuu. we pub. lab no
oeisiojraor rai Panei. "The firm '.s r?tla-
ble. snd deserve their success." Wtekty Tnio
uv. Man. "We know them to be a fair
dealing Arm." -V. Y. Herald, May 3. "A
friend of ours drew a $500 prize, which waa
promptly received." Dafty .Veirs, June $.
Send for circular. Liberal Inducements to
agents. Satisfaction guaranteed. Every
package of sealed envelopes contains os
, cash otrr. Six Tickets for (1 : LI for i:: Si tor
16; no for 1 15. All letters should be snaiesseu
to H ARPER. WILSON CO,
or. 178 Broadway. New ork.
rs T VtNI'VNT S 1NHTI1UUUJT 'v
O INSANE, St. LOULS, mo.
was founded by the Sister's ol "f1
gust 10, W58, It U prlvste snd flrst-claas B
- - -- - s.-ivtminndkl i ii 111-
laaJTaSen OTjSjTSdof all de
nominations are received, also those addicted
to taking opium or other stimulants to ex
cess and dssars to correct. For terms, etc..
Sh Ur. J. K. BACDUY or the SISTEli
J. J. REILLY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HATS AND OAP,
Bi -UTS AND 8HOE8. No 2SU FBONT ST
second door soath sf Adanss, Msmpnis.
A. SMITH." FROM CADIZ.
in thia and other citlea. pretend to
gire notice that we UI brine an:
select patterns, and are believed to be ti
R. MOORE Sl CO.,
Main Street Memphis, Tenn.
very lanre and complete, and we ara determtnad not be nnderacid La
No. 3O0 MAIN STIISIIIT.
Opposito Peabo3y Ho:al, Meunihia, T-jn nee.
a. a. a'aaa
AND DEALERS IN
One of the Una slvaa ozusi, at-
le ballding of the Tory best
supply, and cheaper lUsnslnwUei
Lat of Man.'
GLEN ECHO .....
GERMAHTOWrs, ; ...
M'Callum, Crease 6.
Manufacturers, Importers - il
sale Dealers in
Oil Cloths, Mat :..;
"II "E Invite the attention of the t j- oi-r
it extensive stock of Dome, ti - -both
of our own and otcer make t wU wt
a large assortment of Forelau Go.sta.
No. 509 CHESTNUT STTTZET,
Opposite the State Hon n
seseod Pls.lJLsac&3C - r
THE dnderslancd hereby r -
tlry their sutcrltsrs and
ot Memphis, geuarally. that t' - -pointed
Mr. W. MatTHSVP u.
fiielr Brsuch st this point, ilr. . -expertenceand
ness In other localities will guar
scri bers str let, thorough and prom;,
to their wants.
Especial attention will be given to
lection of past due claims, or t ie
earerully selected Attorneys wUi b
ed where parties prefer doing tfcelrt
A Keference Book, containing '
and commercial rating of nearly e-"3r
- r ' uol-
.. - ,-J-
i , .(
l ness man in tbe L'nlted Static
Prnvl,.M n.r riU ll U USHltSJ Q ttV'-
annually January and July Sir U. .
sutsKrtbers; the rating bssstd lo t
.. , . ,i. ki.h thlr om
uT.sr.by far Lb-em-'
tnide of any work of the kind.
Thi agency was originally wtt;
. ,n,M branchss In -jvery u '
in the VoM
London. Uneland.anu its is.ts '
lv growing lnnuencv. mi" -
nrotci-tiou or traus.
subscription will be m"'r 7noT
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