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THE MKMPJHLIS D.A.IJLY .API?liLA.-Li. FEIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1SH9.
I) FINANCE AND TRADE. Redetaption of Natianal Car reney. RFC.CITIOXS OF TBI TBKACrBY rr- FARTHEST. The following regulation am adorned Hen of nil which havh leen heretofore lued ny tbe Treasury Department In regard to the redemption of C'nlted Htate currency : HtrriLATBD i KI.Kv. i Mutilated currency la redeemable by the Treasurer of the United 8ttn, at Washlng ton, D. C, and by no other officer. rsmn states hotcs. Notes presented for redemption, the abra sion or foes of substance from which does not exceed one-twentieth ol their original pro portions, will be redeemed as whol e redeemed iced by affl such notes stating the . Lass than sn presented the afflai'.t . magistrate In ful davit have hail act :. by tl. IUU41 or o(t ed to be good officer. by a affl lavit, frag- hv meaureneiii rface, will be re to the whole Dite e by twentietlis. isve been torn, no ilcu all the frsg laced, no matter ud they are gen elr full face value fine-de-u matter how men is ai e r how btully. i nine, will ot on presents C irsginel leas t lisi. tin jf legal tender notes for which 1 value baa been paid will be nths to enable owners to : .- turn to tbe Treasury Botes and receive I .lug parts of such -mount prevloualv i return should give the date m tins office transmitting the Ma . I - Hf . I - . JtOTEB. tne redemption ot mutilated otes are likewise applicable to m years live per cent. Treas ated rrom the notes of which The rule Tulled Mi mutilated Coupon lielong. coupons should i the iff per cent- notes l.-nl officer authorised o Lurlty. but mis regula o tampon notes or bonds tut. lioles IX crBJtENCT. licit le dels exc. j.i BS a r. iii . :n tl.i lion does c oUsr ILau Defaced rr .-. ;. i.-.; as mutilateu when -nT.i ,r rac nipuon. nor is an evidently accidental .-U..U. u 1 1. .n reducing the u'.ie bv i.ot more th.ii. our-Vnthoi its sixe regarded as a mutu al i i. 1. fragments of a note will not be redeemed MSSBU snsil o ci-ar constitute note ; in w a ted. .111 1 whole not. eent notes case a now, uiuttl leeuied in pr. .portion to the toning br nubs, except tiiree i. whtoh will be reckoned by thirds, nitons l.-ss than one-tenth will be sd, unless fraudulent; but any niu hlcli destroys more than one-tenth 'inal note will reduce the redemp ! O, Jh note by one-fifth Its tace f a tnre cent note, by one-third ol leuuof a thfeO cent note will not ed, unless such fragment" consti-iwo-ihirus ol the note 12 1 origi- ited notes presented for redemption i sums of not leas than three dollars igiaai value. of th. UNITED STATES SECURITIES. as or lssl. Dated Uj$l, and redeemable In twenty years from January 1st and July 1st of thai year. Interest per cent. In gold, payable senil annnsily. Janaary 1st, and July 1st. These onda were issued in three series: Cader Act Feb. 8, ISfcl (dated vari ously in 1; $L8,US,0U0 Tnder Act July 17 and Aug. 5. mi lasted Kov. to, 1st,: M,OUb,0Oti Coder Act July 17 and Aug. o, last. In exchange lor 7-a, Nov. to. Mil, 117,15C Cnder Act March 3. BB, and princi pal made eepeciaJ.y payable In gold coin, (dated June IS, UM) 73.00ii.000 d As or lstfi Commonly termed old 5-JOa. Dated May 1, 1SV2. redeemable alter five years, and payable i a iweuty years from date. Interest . per ei. in gold, psyable 1st May and November. Issued under Act of Feb. lsoi. JoU,7Tl,x; 5-2US or UL Dated Nov. 1, Ut- Redeemable after five nno psvabie ill twenty years. Interests per cent- ill gold, payable 1st May and November: Issuedunder ct Mar CL 3. Ut, (prin cipal -i" :tieu - payahis In gold. f3.N82.50C Issued under Act June Ju, kail lALk 5- ausor laso. Dated Nov. 1. Umi. Redeemable after five and payable in twetity years. Interests' per cent. In gold, payable 1st May and Novem ber: Issued under Act of March S. lfl...-l7. 777,250 6- 20aor 1865. Dated Jn!y L 15. Interest 6 per cent. In arold. payable January and July. Vhey are resleeuisoie In five and payable In twenty years. Issued under Act ot March 3, IMS, in exchange for 7-308 converted, and amount August 1, 16, to J3SZ.ta.(60 5-3US or 1887. Dated Jul v 1st. 1SK5. Interest f per cent. In ssiid. BMsnabiS January and July. They are redeeuiahle in 5 and payable in & years. Issued under Art of March 3d, 15, In exchange ior7-30eonverted. and amount August 1st. ias. to 5-2as or k7. Date July 1st, l-7. Redeemable In 5 and patabielu years. Interest b per cent, in gold. paablr L-t January and July. Issued under Act March 3d. Ise5, In exchange lor 7-JO notes and ani'nt August 1st. tone, U. - 3714J&1 b-i or laOtj. Dated Julv 1st, 1"W. Redeemable In 5 yean andpayaheln .-i'years. Interest o par cent. in gold, ps) .w e January and July 1st. Issued uuder Act March 3d. 1805, Ul exchange lor 7-30 notes, and aui'ut ( August 1st, lass, to -I 3,000,0O by4aa. Dated March 1st. 1MM. RetV-emable In Idanu if ihe deuoiii lnation of aboc and si.'sst. 'i ;ue K.. and 100 bunu in Ureal u paid annu- uly, March 1st. Iseu-tl under Act ol March 3d, 13. : -t.i I .. nient March id, 1MM. ,.!.; payable In gold 1S4J1W0 L.S mn" K A 1 1. i.vAli i. L hhl.M 1 IS Dated January toes, and variously there il'.r luii- :..ji nr. i.-.u.-d l- ti.e t -v.-i 11 ueut under Acu ol July 1st, tout, and July i w.i hi , ion mu. recei uia iiieir charter lioui elered 111 Ltol.ds All ol the Oo ... -ui . :sliU Si'VlOu. UA4lt 4.Iuis Be issue..: .leled." oiiisiu bonds cliauged Into registered Ijouos, but reg--d bocoscanuoLbechaiigd into Coupon, oo bonds are lu denominations ol SoO. sout, and t.-oA, the regutered tiouds the lout BlIAJ. Willi adJl'.iou oi so.uuvauu .-.,. V. S. STAMP DUTIES' For Arrwu.'11'' or I'ontrikcl, or renewal h heet ' 06 lor l-vr sJiiuun: u Ut it to lore.;0 trU. !pt m Bill ol Lsoiuk to uoiiiestiu porU....: kW.u J ol ! Jelullltv. each f IUUI or pari... U 06 U Mi iiouu to: Lxe.utiiiB Duties of sny otUt-e . ' lruricste ol Stock u 2 C'ertincste of UeiKsiU, not exceeding 1100. U W exueedlus BlOv 0 C'ertlflos.te IMarrige) - lieeds or lurwsges, or oilier Coriveysb- ota of Hesl Bstste, But esosediuir sOUu 0 Ml Do., exceeding (6uu and not exceeding tlduu UHl Do., ex.-et-di'ig tluuu, lor every twutl or n ac tion.; i.rl .ere.f .. 0 Ml Draft or I irdcr at sujht 0 Draft, not at sighi, for each I WO or part...- 0 06 Dea . ot Aitftlauineut ol same, not over - . "v 0 f Dease above tJUU. for each additional iJJU or 0 llorucm; or AMUfutueiit ol same, over lloo nd not over IMS) 0 Ml Moilxase. lor each additiomU BMJ or pari 0 Mi Koles.loreacutluvorpart 0 Receipt lot ii and oVr. - Power of Attorney to ell stocks or collect dividend or interest thereon 0 25 Power w Sill or Kent Heal Estate .- 1 uu Power to collect !. 0 25 froUKl of Mole or Draft. . - m FINANCE. Omoa or mi Daily Appeal, ) M KM PUIS. iwecils?r 2, JsOtf. I Gold baa become wore leuled, and is now orepariiiK, " presume, lor another I UUtejump up or jump down, in order to aaloeiah its aduiirers and keep up its reputation, tut ecceutricity. It closed in year York to-dy Bt 1-- Muaey is aouie DasWr and collections are reported mum bailer iban w as BDtici nated. Exchange is also easy and rates cbeck. I ateady t discount buying ing at pr(4i ' discount. City Siertp U steady. Tax payer, buy at 8S," While dealer, would take all offered at t&iaM. County Warrants are noinlnBlly un changed. There is considerable speculative de mand here for Gold, and brokers buy at MSS. Helling at MK, Old TeuuesBe bonds sold io New York lo-day at &3c and Xew at 4-.V. Tbe atock inartet exhibited a marked improvement, and much more conlidence imbued oerators towards tbe close, when a stroug disposition to buy was fested: Canton Western i'nion Telegraph Co Quick silvei Pacific Sixea Adams Express Weils, Kaigo A I'o.'s Kxpreaa American Express I nited Sts'.'-K Kxjiresa . SO . 35 . IS . 6oH . 16 . aH . x . 11 . Meri'batils 1 nioii E.xp New York Central Erie !!.. '.. Micuigau Ceuiral Michigan Southern ook Illinois 1'eulraL 83 Cleveland and Pittsburg Chicago and Northwestern. 73 X : Chicago and Northwestern preferred. 86s j Kock Iaiand 105 Harlem 39 OovernmentB opened a fraction better, with a fair demand, and closed dull but ateadv in tone : Bnndsof ltl Hr4 r. on lt.iTids of 1HH2 119 ji.-ai " UM ....110s ' lgfiS Ill ZZ, - m.wiw 'iw a! " mi. " &.20 1MB, " 113; -i JO-40 Bonds J' pacific SUea M7S COTTON. The market was some easie to-day and sales only amounted to lOfiO ales. Buy ers reported an aggregate of 18m balea t ood Ordinary at 2(g.J3c ; 535 Low Middlings. In 231ft2S'-,e: MA Middlings, rS'c; 35 Strict Middlings, He; 15 hales Peeler, 26c These sales embrace the whole of each grade taken during the day, as reported to the Board of Brokers, and they were divided among some do7.en operators. Holders were not so firm as yesterday, and towards the heel of the day factois were disposed to concede at least an 'c to sell, and the market closed quiet. COTTOX 8TATF.MKNT. Chamber of Comhercs ''I Memphis, December ii, 18), Stock on hand Nept. 1, 1869.. 94 Received to-day.- 923 Received previously 82,80683,7211 Total 83,823 shipped to-day 450 Shipped previously 72,65973,109 Stock on hand at noon to-day 10,714 BE4EIPTS. Memphis and Charleston K. R 14 Mississippi and Tennessee R. R 115 j Memphis and Ohio R. R 3H7 River 307 Wagons, eat Iu0 - EXPORTS. Memphis and Charleston R. R 2W ! Memphis and Ohio R. R 15 COTTO.V IX NBW TORE. December 2, 10:30 a.m. Cotton quiet but steady. Ordinary 23Jc; Good Ordi nary 24 c; Low Middlings 25c; Uplands 25&C; Good 25c; Mobile 25 .'-jc; Orleans 25c. 12 m. Cotton is easier; offered freely at the following: Ordinary 22c; Good Or dinary 24.Sc; Low Middlings 25c; Uplands 25!c; Good 25Hv; Mobile 25 He; Orleans 1:10 p.m. Cotton is qniet and weak; Vj,c lower to sell. Ordinary 23 fie; Good Ordi nary 24; Low Middlings 25c; Uplands 25c; Good 253e; Mobile 20.',c; Orleans 2Sc. 2:10 p.m. Cotton is quiet and weak ; nominally a lower; sales 1400 bales, and 1500 for December at 24S24?ic; January 24,Sc; March 25c; April 25-i. Nominally, Ordinary 23v;c; Good Ordinarv 24'if ; Low Middlings 24c: Uplands 25Ho; Good 25c; Mobile 25 V; Orleans 25c 4p.m. Cotton quiet and weak; nomi nally. Ordinary 23e; Good Ordinary 24V; Low Middlings 24V; Uplands 25V; Good 25 V; Mobile 25V; Orleans 25V; sales for export 1200 bales; spinning S40 balea; speculation 69 bales; in transit J0O balea. COTTOW I!T XIW ORLSA-TS, Decembers, 11:45 a.m. Cotton firmer, M4(aV; sales 1000 bales. 3 p.m. Cotton is easier, 24 V: sales 5000 balea. COTTOX II LlVBKPOOl.. Deeeoiber .. 11:15 a.m. Cotton Is buoy ant; Uplands 1212il; Orleans 12H 12Hd. 1 :20 p.m. Cotton is buoyant ; Uplands 14&12W1; Orleans UV2 ..1. 5 p.m. Cotton is firm; Uplands 12Vd; Orleans, HMfl ; sales 15.000 bales, of which .3000 bales are for export and specula tion. TRADE. Busi aess wss not brisk to-day and prices ire still unsettled on many staple arti cie. Few country people are in the city, and tbe bulk of business is done through the medium of orders. A St. Louis exchange says of hogs in , that market: " There has been bnt little change in prices for some days. Packers appear to have settled down kbout $9 to lo $9 75, and only above these figures for ; smooth, wen-ratted hogs, ino lbs. weight, i Some sales have been made at ven as high as $10 has been obtained for choice well-fatted heavy weights. A reat number of the arrivals were only hat might be considered grass fat, and much of this quality could not be strained .'L-r f $a 10, and some few lots weigb ng below two hundred pounds only : .jr'iugbl& 75. Several car loads of this lass were bought and shipped to Cincin nati. There are more on hand than will . lo the houses iu operation for one day's food work. Holders are not disposed lo ilinch and the market is firm at prices named. At Cincinnati and Louisville the jmblisbed re-i; is gbow a considerable lecreaae from last season. Tho packers at heae two p, i. es Live for thirty years es tablished the prices of hogs al killing time, and still continue to do so. Hogs ire firm there at a traction above the rales anywhere west of the Alleghanies." Baooijci Kiopks fiiirami prices steady. Heavy, 2M-&27.V; India, j((2Sl'. Bi tteb Choice, 3610c; good, 3jejr3oc; common, rKSiJ-c. Brooms -Demand light at SSojO per dozen. Broomcorx Steady at tl00220 per ton. Corn me At The domard Is light; kiln 'iried in lots, $4 7j; fresh ground, light weight, at miiis, $4 SO. Cokfhk Markei weak. We quote Rio kimniitigs, 17C,1-; common to fair, Mc; prune, il 'ifysic ; choice. Kic. La juayra, 25(tJ,M: Java, 35toc. Cottom Yarn No. K, zio; 500. 20c; 'W0, lc : 700, 16c. (. hremk Market firm. B. D. 19'y20c. fWtory stXHik, W K (a,l9c Cottoekd Keceipts are fair. We quote at .Z on leveo sacks lurnishod by bay sr. Kaa Ciood demand at 42( 43c in large and small packages. Flovk Prices are firm and demand In a light jobbing way. We quote as fel lows: Super, ft MK&S00; X, 6 2..j,5 id; XX, S5 75fto ; XXX and Fancy, fo 75 in .a. Fresh Meat Dressed Pork, 13c. Beef, fore-quarter, :4c: hind-quarter, sf 83c. Mutton, tifa:. Fruits Choice Apples in lots, 33 50; ; in a small way, $4 . j,4 25. Dried Apples tQ$ 'ic. Peaches 7(9c for halves and quartern; peeled 12&14C. Iemons " f96j.ll per box, and dull. Oranges M Ou 7 00 per bbL Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbl. 24U6; , bbls ti StXgfilS UO; No. 2, in bblsfl7 50; do 9b 75; No. 1, kits 2 90$3; No. 2 do (2 15u2 25; No. 3, 1 WHft2. White fish, 14 bbls, fb. Sardines $20 per case for quarters; 33 for halves. Fred Tbe stock is ample. Corn on the levee is held at '.. , but buyers offer .( ftJXc Selling by the drayload at (6'. Oata 5S'60. Bran $22 50fg,23. Hay J7. Cooked Cottonseed Meal $22. Game ami PorLTRy Chickens are firm at Jj2 756J4 50, with light supply. Ducks vci.., ao. Ueese xwj,7. rurkejs t.-Ha,jv. Wild Ducks 3g,4. WUd Oeese &g,l. Wild Turkeys $1216. Venison tTS Bear meat Quails 262 i0 per dozen. Gcksikn Good demand for second hand at 16c to 17c Hi uks Prices are weak. Dry Flint 19c: Dry Sail 17c; Green Salt K to 10c; Green Sc. I bob Ties Demand steady. We quote 6J to 7c Molamnes Cuba 65c; Sorghum . ..v-uj.V . Louisiana Sugai bouse, new, 750soc; Golden Syrup $1 10 to 1 15 in barrels, and 10c additional in kegs. Sugaruouse Syrup 70c to SI 25. Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, $5 25 to 5 76 for Piue; in 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10; Pitch 6 per bbl; Oakum S5 to St. per bale. Ncts Filberts, Brazil and English ' Walnuts, 17c to 20c; Almonds 26 to 32c; ! Texas Pecans 22c, Arkansas and Louisi 1 ana 12V'.; Peauuta, or Goobers, 7fl, Chestnuts $4 50 per bushel. Oils Coal 3V to 41c; Lard 91 50 to 1 W; Unseed 1 20 to 1 2a; boiled do 91 30 to 91 35: lubicrating 50c to 75; turpentine 65c to 70c; tanner's fJ. lo to SI if,: castor 93 50 to 93 75; olive, 24 oc bottles, 910 per basket. Produce The market is well supplied. Peaehblow Potatoes, UxSi per bushel. Neshannocks,926j,2 10 per bbL Onions dull at 4-'.j4 50 per barrel. Sweet Potatoes, 50c per bushel. Provisio.vs The demand is in a small ! way and stocks are light. We quote as fol lows: Mess Pork is held at 932632 50; Clear Bacon Sides, 20g21c by tbe cask 21 t,o lu a small way; Hnoulders, 17. Clear Bulk Sides, 17Kgil7V; Clear Uib Sides, IW'bWA: Ri' Sidtw, 16Ji(17c; j Shoulders,13H(ail4e; Breakfast Bacon, 2( 22c; plain S. V. Hunts, 23f.j24c. larrl is a.-ady; tierce, 1818V; keg, 19 V; oitddy, 20JiT21V. Figs Feet, 3 00(5)5 25 per keg: half bbla, pi. Powder Blasting $4 60 per keg. Rifle 1 50. Rice Carolina, W,t&9Xc Louisiana, 8a8v. SroARa Hards. 1717V; aoft white, 16i(g)16 V; extra C, 15,0il5V; Louisi ana, 12V-JI14V; yellow clarified, 14H rj,15c. Salt No barrel Bait in market. Liv erpool fine, $2 90(a3 per Back; coarse, J2 6502 75. Spirits Demand f.iirand markotsteady, Common Whisky 75c to $1 00; Froof $1 to 1 ii Soda Americiin, ts xes, 7Ic; do. keg.-. 6 to 7c English, boxos 8,9c; do. keg t 7Xc Shot Drop, per bag, f2 75; Buck $3. Sncfp 43arrett. Ikix, J16; pai-ked, Soap Palm Soap, 6V; No. 1 do. 7Si7;jC Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra Family, 8 to 9c; Castile I7c; iuiortd dt. 25 to 28c Starch 6 to 7c pur lb. Tallow Dull at 9M10C ToBACCO-Pricesare tlrm. We quote Fine Natural Leaf lijrht presseil Jl to 110; Fine Fancy Virginia 90 to $1; Fine Briirht pounds 80 to 90c; Medium Bright pounds 70 to 80c; Common Bright pounds 02 to 70c; Good Bright quarters 62 to 67c. Smoking Fine and Fancy 60 to 80c; Common and Medium 35 to 50c. Virginia to the trade, not including packages, 20 to 30c Vtxeoar Cider vinegar $8 to 10 per bbi; Wine (12 to 14 sj GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS rARi.:T. Bi.ixr B. eowxll FARRiNGTON & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street, Corner of Court, MEMPHIS, - - TENN. E w'.l! be ready for business In onr new good stock of Plantation Supplies to meet the i wants of our friends. : -Particulnr attention paid to sales of . elements, with a pure stimulant as their dif OBtto, "i .'""K-y ! fuslve vehicle, may be taken bythesoakast Cotton in store will be covbieti by insu rance unless otherwise Instructed; and all shipments by river Insured under our open policy. an2 FARRINUTOV HOWELL. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. T. L. AT.nic. Memphis. Tenn. L. F. OVKRTOW, Little Rock. ALDEN & OVERTON, Gen'l Commission Merchants. For purchase of Cotton, and sale of every description of Western Produce, No. 67 Main Street, Little Rock, Ark. mr Refer to Trios. H. Allen A Co.. Guy. Mc Clellan A Co., Meacham x Treadweil, Mchool neld A Uanauer. im-H V. DkH vvkn. J. B. CROSS. W. D. W.VRD. O. CARSON. DeHaven, Cross & Co., GENERAL Commission Merchants, No. 412 NORTH LEVEE, ST. TjOTJIS. nolS J. LEE KISVEY. Late of St. Louis and Virksbcg racket Co. BEN. W. CLAUK. Late Trussurer Memphis. St. Louts Fkt. Co. FINNEY & CLARK, Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS M UEVERAL PUKfHASIXfl AI5ITNT, Nos. :s'l and Jitf North omuierclsj stre,t, corner of cilive, T. LOL'IS, MO. no EVANS, GARDNER & CO. IMPORTERS Jobbers of Dry Goods, White Goods, Notioiisi, 13tc, Have removed to "17. 5:!9. Ml Bmndway. New York, a lew uoors alxive Nleholart Hotel nnvl FURNITURE. ro en o cn CD n o o e s CD m CD -I o c? ht E! si 5 s r CO n m O CD CD X 5 ? - 5. 5! m 5- ft CD REMOVAL. REMOVAL. O. 3ST. OASB, .jr., SADDLERY,' AND SADDLERY HARDWARE. HAS REMOVED TO 817 uoH x-a 2Vt AIN ST. FAMILY SUPPLIES. SPICER & SHARP E, 354 Main St., Magevney Block, t RE RECE1VINC FBEHH OOODS, DAILY, J by river aud raJL By late arrivals we ' have a fresh supply of ' Borden'. Condensed Milk Ih. oolubrated Ea QL.B brand -JOti dosnn ; New Louisiana Hugsrs and Molasses; ew Buckwheat; : New sweet Roll Butter: also, Uoshen Butter; 1 New Uolden syrup.; w CarBllna Wee; Pig'. Feel, Ham. and Lard ; Shaker Preserves; All varieties of new Canned Oooos: Mess Mackerel and Codfish ; North Carolina Herring.; Finn Toilet Soap; eboloe CoOtw. and Tees. nol. HPirt. h limKPH BW- aj i . . mm LIQUOR DEALERS. A.VAOCABO, B. VACCAKO, A. B. VAICABO A. VACCARO Sl CO., Importer, and Dealer, in WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., ETC., ETC., 324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenn. DOT 500 Bags Cotton Yarn COMPRISING several makes. We will ruuke ml :xtra discount lo lutrtle. wani UiE round lots. WM. tt. MOiRt: A CO., uoli 'm iiaia Mb Ml. RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Memphis and Little Rock Railroad. To MAmsoK a an Little Rock, Askaksas. Uolng West Leave Hopefleld daily at 8:00 a.m. Coming East Leave L'Angnllle at 1:30 o.m. HerryBiiai leavus loot ol Uulou Ht. at a :00 a.m. i B. D. WILLIAMH, Oeneral Agent and Superintendent. Memphts and Louisville Railroad. DEP. lsy Express, city time 4:00 1 A Kill V X. '2:15 a,m. Mgnt Express, city iuue..J:5 p.m. 12 :& a.m. iiuci umws ..o. mt ! ies stain street ami si Depot, head of Main street. rile. I train, wuich goes through to Nashville, via , Nashville and Northwestern Railroad, wilh int Changs. HAM. B. JONES, Gen'l -up t. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. ABKIVB. DBPART. ; ew Orleans Mall, dally .2:16 ji. in. U:Mla.m ". Orleans Kxpress, ilaily...8d0 a,m. Alp.ra i Krelght, dally except rtun- ! day 2 JR p.m. 4-JSa.m Mail Train makes direct connection for j N,-w Orleans and all points tsouth. Express Trulu makes direct connection for ''offeeville, Wawr Valley, Oxford, Holly ".jiriuns mm an jioiuis minu 01 ureuaua on Iisisippi Central Railroad. Ticket fee ' 1-2 Main street and at tbe Depot, oiuuiiiuasee will call for passengers shack BSBjnaja lu any part of tile city, by leaving orders al lST7 1-2 Maiu street. A. H. LIS'ERMORK, Ueu'lHup't. O. P. OAKLEY, i.en'l Ticket Ageuk Memphis and Charleston Railroad. AliRIVR. DKPAKT. fall Train . 3uX)p.in. 12:00 ni. Express Train 1030 p.m. ll'JOp.iu Junction Accomodation.. H:15a.m. 0:40 p.m omervllle iicomodnilon 9:15 a.m. 4 40 p.m lakeseilect MondHV, kith. W. J . ROSH, tien'l Uup't. SPECIAL NOTICES. Note fer December, addressed to the Frkblb Airn Dbbihtatbd. This ls.itryluis eaa.m for Invalids; inJeed, for all who are not blessed with robust constitutions mid lion rrarai-a. ' old has some upon an suddenly, sealing up the open pores," and sealimo is, as It were, any seeds of disease tl.at may have been lurklnK in tne system, jut which remalnixt I undeveloped so long as the waste mutter ol I ths body and all acid ami unwholesome hu mors were troeiy aisenarsert ny evaporation from tho surface and through the bowels. A tonic, nperlpnt Hnd alterative medicine Is now noeded to Invigorate the vital powers depressed by a low temperatnre: to stimulate and purify ths secretions, and to flt the body to endars, without Inconvenience, pain or danger, the sudden oliuiatio change which ushers in the Winter. The only preparation which will rally meet this Almost universal need, and will thor oughly and safely perform tho Important work, is itie leading tonic and alterative of tee age, HuTETTER S STOMACH BITTERS. This popular specific improves theappetlte. invigorates the digestive organs, regulalisi ths now of bile, enriches the blood, iralms the nerves, rellsvea const ipatlon, promotes su- ...... ' TT lng oomposod solely of wholesome vegetable without feftc. The flavor Is agreeable; for, al though tne HiXiKits are a polaut uiedlulne, they contain no nauseating element. " Who Would Suffer ?"-It is now 22 years since Dr. Tobias Ilrst Introduced t he " Vene ! '..hi Lniixnent ,r in the Called states, and ! never In a "ingle instance has his medicine I failed to do ail. If not more, than Is stated in j his pamphlet. As no external remedy In : cases o. chronic Rheumatism, Headache, ' Toothache, liruises. Burns, Cuts, Sores, Swell :utrs, -.priiins, .unga of Insects and Pains in Limbs, naclc abd Client, Its wonderful cura : tive powers are miraculous, 'taken Inter . nally for the cure of Cholera, Colic, Diarrhea, ! Dysentery, SieU Headache and Vomiting, Its i Sooiritt.g and feuetrstlDg quslltlss are felt 1 as sisiii as taken. The oath with wiilch nanh botl.e Is accompanied will show that there is : uoiiiiug injui ious in its composition. Thou sands of oertincates have been received speaking oi the rare virtues of tns valuable ! article. Any person alter haying used It ucu will neTur be without It. r veiy bottle of the ' genuine has the stguutare of " b. I. Tobias" j on the ouUida 'ir rapper. i Sold oy lue Diuggista and Storekeepers throughout the United stales. Price, .rS) cents. Depot, 10 Para Place, New ifork. THE CONSTITUTION OVERTHROWN. The Conslitni Ion and Health may lie ruined : by a few applications of the lead or sulphur : hair dyes now in the market. " Not a Dye" may be the tto of such nostrums, but A Dig may b ne result of using them. Out ' ONi. UAlll DTK has ubeU TKIKD SD ACQUITTBD Of ail deleierloua tendency, under thelnfalll- laws of atieooe. JU il kuowu to all, thai Cnstadoro s Exceisior Hair Dye Has been analyzed by the distinguished chemist, Proie-korChlitoii.midhl certlflcute oi lis wbolesomoncKs may be seen at Crista loiu B) u Aslor liouse, ew York. C'lUhrAiKjKo'S HAiKFisKriKKVATIV'E, as a l)i .v-siun, acts like acharm on lue Hair after IT'elnM. Try It. The Secret of Beauty lies in the ut,e of Hattftiij'n Mxiim-ih Baim fnr Die complexion. KiriijihiieMd, Ulujss, li: -r . Hun burn, ' Kiwrklw and Tn JNnj!war where It is ap-pllt-il, and .1 IrtMtuiifuJ ouipl-xlon of pure, iMttft-lka texture is obtained. Zha pluinei uun-1 uru made to glow wUU UomLhful Bloum aud Youtlitul Beauty. ft mem be i , HHgana Mat(uolla Bnlm 1 tho Uilujf that piodueea theae :::-. and uuy Lady caA aecurv It lor 75 oeoui at any of our ttorua. To lreerve aod Dreaa tba Hair use Lyon's Kjiluuircu. ALLC0CK S POROUS PLASTERS. ttoreami Dry rkcoac-urnd by half PlaaW; uauaJiy In Lo or Lnrve hours, I r (ii.-t ii Nft ftrvt I'll., n! wht. N'l.w Yftrk In. fo ru h us ho aold uu Monauy, Juue j.. two FIhmU is to a young wumau nullbiliig very severely from lumbago. On Thursday i sua called to get two more ior a rrleud, aud then stated how the two she had pure tinned j tu Mommy nad relieved her immediately j alter putting them on, snd cured her in iwo Jay . most dJsiresaing pain tn her hack j ;uiu loius. AUoock's Porous Piasters have been found MpecldCti tor JlhcumcUism oj the WrieU. In Remote Settlements of Untold Value. Food makes blood; bmud makes tbe bialy. J f the blood he pure, the body fs heathy, bo If we are mA In health, wu know some fmpu rltwi are luiklug about whh h must be re moved, and the sooner the better. HrandrtlK remove all from the tyxiem irhifh nature ntetU ho lunger. The wouderml cure effected by Brandreth's Pills have arrested the attention of enlight ened physicians. Upwards of Ave thouMtud now use thetn In tlieir dally practice, and two hundred have tflven their written testi mony as to their Innooeuce and value, as rlrausers of the bow e is and blood. Their untold value Is to those living In set tlement wbete doctors can only be had at graat expense. For If you are sick, you nave only to take one or more doses of Brand reth's Pills U get cured. Full directions are with each box. ttold by ail druggists. B!cr.e.or-5 Haw li. - l'hl splendid Hair Dye 1h the best in the voiiu; the only true and perfect Dye; harmless, i.: !... instantane ous; no dlsappolnfinnnt; uSfidlculons tints; remedies thu ill ellects of bad Dyes; Invigo rates and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, hi. a. k or hrown. Sold by all DrugalsU and Psriuiiiers: and properly applied atBatchel or'. Wig Factory. No. 1H Bond street, N. T, From tho Philadelphia Kvening Telegraph. We advise persons having diseased hair to use Professpr Christy' celebrated Hair Lotlo. It Is put up in a bottle and box. La dles who once use Lotlo discard every other preparation for the Hair, as it is the best dressing for the Hair in the world. The Lo tlo never fails to reoiove thn worst cases of Dandruff, and restore gray and bleached Hair to its natural color. For .ale by druggists; sample bottle, sent lo .ny address In the United States by express for L PR1F. CHRISTY k CO, No. 711 Choslnul street. Philadelphia, Pa. LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES. LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL ' ""HE oldest Yard In Memphis; established 1 In Ui7. With s lull stock of loss, sea soned and dressed lumber on yard, are pre pared to furnish sny quanilly and dlmen s.uris ot cypi as. or poplar, at short notice. A large stock ol Doors, liiiudu and Sash, glased or upsjasinlj Latiis, .siidngles. Cedar Fouce posts. Pine autt Poplar b iooring, always on Hand. Our u.oito is, quick sales and small protlts. M. E. & J. W. COCHRAN, Office and Yard fool of Washington St., noil ! or Near river. Lumber, Laths and Shingles. I HAVE now on hand, aud am constant! snwiug,a full stock of Building Lumber, of ail dimensions; Sills, Joists, Studding piatls, rloaids of all lengths, and clear Lum ber ; also, a large stock of LATHS AND SHAVED SHINGLES Particular at'.nntlou glveu to th. shlpmnu of Lumber. Orders solicited. asr Mills and Lumbtr Yard on Wolf River, north oi us., on liayoso. INSANE ASYLUM. f,T. VI.NCKNT'H ISSTITL'TION rOR THK O INSANE, Ml. Louis, Mo. Till. Institution wss founded ov liito nihier . 01 ii..:h.. .. u- Kust Hi, Is.. ll is privuU: and nrKt-claas iu ft. iinll. vllifllfS 111. H. -COlll UlMlntlOII. ln- Haiif p.iUents of both sexes and ol all de uuuilu.Uons are received, also Ihose addicted u, takiUK oulam or oilier tliuulHiit to ex oio and de.tre to correct. Jf'or tei uio, i-lCj. api lylo Ur. J.K. BAL'DUY or the 8IBTKR -I 3g REMOVAL. R. sti O. Dl'N CO., having removed to stan u.n li.. ck. comer ot Madison and Kront btreetH, will b nappy to see subci lber. and V . t. JiAlTMliVVlS, DRUGS, ETC. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF Perfumeries, Drug AND CHEMICALS. THEODORE HOERNER, 54 and 56 Beal Street, fCornpr of ftwom, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. BW QUANTITATIVK ANALYSES made, and written reports furnished. BSliavlng made arrangements with Pari sian and Oerriian Houses. I ain prepared to fnrnlsh to the trade and puhlle irenerally the KINKHT AND PUREST PEUKL'MES, al Im porters Prloee. Prescriptions Carefully Prepared. aw ON H AND, a larye stock of Tol let and Kauey Articles, Brushes, Sponges, etc., etc Supplied. se21 SUBSCRIBE NOW BEST AND CHEAPEST TUB Memphis Appeal A POLITICAL, NEWS, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY JOURNAL! A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE A Paper for the Professional Man, A Paper for the Merchant, A Paper for the Farmer, A Paper for the Mechanic, AND THK BEHT Family Paper in Tennessee ISSUED DAILY, SUNDAY & WEEKLY Subscription Price Greatly Reduced DAILY: For one year 110 00 For six months 5 00 For three months i 00 SUNDAY: For one year 12 W For six months 1 Z For three months - 75 WEEKLY: For one year 13 50 For six months - 1 25 For three months - 7 CLUBBING RATES To Clubs of Tvyo or Mqre Subscribers Wo will send our MAMMOTH WEEKLY, The LargeMl Paper i Vie SuuifvK by ol Inches, For one year, each, $2 00. To Clubs of Two or More Subscribers V'e will send our SUNDAY APPEAL, For one year, each, $2 00. NEWS DEALERS, AGENTS, Etc., . Nowspaper Dealers, Express Agouti., ''ountry .Merchsi.ts, PoMtmn-terw, Depot Agents, and any rrlemlsof the MKMPHM APPEAL who will do mi, Hi e requested to procure regular tubscrlbers, raSBittUBJ to us the amount less ten per cent- or flye per ceut. for Ciulw. for servfr. ; or, If preferred, arrangements as to oiiipeiissih.il will he made. Speclmeux copies tent on application. ADVERTISERS Will find the MKMPUIH APPEAL fh. best advertising medium In the State. The great extent sud variety ol Its resiling mutter has forced its enlargement lor the accommoda tion of advertisers, aud its olrouiaiiou in all parts of Tennessee, aud In Alabama, MIshIh sippl and Arkansas, among merchsuts. plant ers and business men, render it especially de sirable to those who wish to reacii the gene ral and substantial public, by advertising Hi or respective business and interests. To the Friends of the Old Memphis Appeal And others we ask the friends of Ihe Old M KM PHIS APPEAL, and all supporters of Constitutional Liberty, without regard to past parly alflliatlous, to aid us In uxleudlng our circulation ami business, In the wariare we are waging against Radicalism its cor ruption, and usurpations. Speak to your neighbor and get him to t ike the paper. aruue Friend, by a little effort, has fre quently sent us upwanl. of One Hundred Subscribers. Let each try. Address, KEATING, ENGLISH & CO., Memphis. Tenn. hi 111 Notice to Stockholders. OrPICB MBMPHfS AID ST. LOUIS TBAKS-) PORTATIOM COMFA.NY, t M EMi'lf is, TEN., November 15, I860. J THE hoard of Directors have ordered the third Instalment of twenty-five per Mill, on the capital stock of this company to be paid, on or before 1st December, at their omen. So. ii6 Front street. A. L. CUMMINS, nol ft Wecretnry and Treasurer. Petro Oil Headquarters ! ROSENBAUM BROS., Cor. Main and Washington 8t., MEMPHIS, TENN. MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS, HAVE ON HAND NOW, AND OFFER FOR Hale, at l.hs than the usual pricea: 1050 Cook Stoves, of various kinds and manufactures; 400 limiting Stoves; 300 barrels Petro Oil ; A large stock of Lamps, Tin Ware, etc. i Bar- Country merchant will find li to their 1 Interest to see our Uoods and LOW l'RICRtk 1 Bar We are the onlv parlies who have lb. 1 RIOHT TO HELL the celebrated Petro Oil. oriM R. J corner M. and W Kentucky Bagging. w E s.-e In dslly rcceitd " KY. PY" fall av erase twu-ixmi d liuKKl"K- Will sell si lowest market price. TUDD k RIC'HAR' BH. no20 Loa'svllle, Ky. NOTICE. OrriCB Boar ii or I.kvkb Commissionerb,') TOH. THE f'OCNTIKS OF BdUVAR, WASH- IUTON AKi (BWfm, I i.KiiMii.Li.. Mjss., November If, li. XT OTICK Is hereby iilven, thai the Malured N Bonds of this Board, now outstaiidliiR, will be paid In i-urr. ncy upon their presenta tion, at the ofn. fl of I lie Treasurer of th. hoard, al (ireeuville, MIm. a3i J. K. KI'MU.NIIB, Pre.ldent. Tbt Drawing of Spanish Policy TAJixa rhjjcm .ah i' In tbe Large Hall In tbe Rear of our Banking liouse, Chances Tea ' euis h i. u. PRIZES ranging in value from S7 00 to 8777,- I 700. One prize to .very 107 Blanks. Mend to u. Ten Cents and any Three number, be tween 10T and 777.700, they will be put lntothe 1 wiit-el. If you draw a prise we will let you kuow by return mall. Scale of Discount for Chances : 1 Chance.- 10 cts. )O0 Chances f 8 76 1U hances 06 cts. 3U Chances 17 00 M Chances 1H ots. 400 Chances 38 00 oOCbanoss 4 SO cts. 1MI0 . 'banc. Ml uw Address all communications to J. M. BLAKE & Co., Bankers, And Hole Agents for Spanish Policy In th. U. a, N Broadway, N.w York. aaff Walker Brothers 229 MAIN STREET, CLAY BUILDING. RETAIL STOCK RETAIL STOCK RETAIL STOCK MARKED DOWN! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! A SURPRISING REDUCTION As everybody is aware that we art- going out of tho RETAIL DUY QOOTJH BUSINErid, we therefore will continue to sell our ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK OP Clothing, Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods AT GREATLY OUR RETAIL STOCK MUST BE SOLD, AS WE Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business. no28 w 8 LEGAL NOTICES. Attachment Notice. O. A. Taylor vs. Ranson A Hoibrook. VFKIDAVIT lor attachment havlnic bssn maoe in this cause, in pursusuoe of aw. t tlon -viV of the Cods of Teuness, sud ut tscnmifnt having boen lsuod. levied and r ; turned, etc: It Is therefor ordered. That the said de I fen dan is appear before me. on the 1st dar of I January, 170, at 1U o'clock a.m.. and de.end said suit, or the same will be taken for cou i feaed and the cae heard .'Xparte; and that a I copy of this order be pubimued once s week, i for four successive weeks, In the Memphis Dally Appeal. 8. A. MOOKK, 1. P. For Shelby county, Teunesse. rtenmirs A Dunoan. Altorneys. noili Attachment Suit. MnnlrTal Court of the city of MeinoMn. u. n. xayior i-o., ni.iniin. vs. w . i. Itaker an. I P. Morimn. Defendant". Clerk's omen, November . 18W. FFI1JAVIT lor attachm.nt havlnR been . made In thK case In pursuance mt section .'1465 of the Codeof Tennes-'ee, and attachme.it j havlnR been Issued and returned by the ' proper officer " levied, etc.," on the property of inedeiendan:, Maker A Monran: It is thereforeordere!, ThalaaiddefendanN appear at the Municipal Courtroom, in the ' city of Memphih. Teun., on or beiore the first Tuesday in January next, and defeud this : suit, or the same will be taken for confessed . as to thrill, and the case set lor hearing x- usrte; and that a copy of this order be pub-llHh'-d once a week, tor four consecutive wivk, in the Memphis Daily Appesl. A copy: FRANK TAFT, Clerk. Myers A Wyatt, Att'ya lor Plaintiffs. no3C Non-Resident Notice. JTn. JW7S In he Chanpfry Conrt of Momphls. Tennennee. Vnlt-rluU-H Sail lord. Executor, IT appear. Hi; frrun arlltlavlt In thin -huhm lhai ttm l litlt rits. Jolin 1 Aruiour, K. A. H..MU. n'i:. O. L. Campbtiil, K. W. ( anipbell ami O. D. Glhaon. AdnTni of Mm. F. P. Drake, are rton-reakhmls oi ih strife-of Tennf-w: Itistoerefomordered, Tbaf they makeiheir appearance herein, at tlie t ourthoue in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on the flist Munday Ln January, 1070, and plead, anawur or de mur to roniplainant Bill, or ihe Raine will ire taken for cunf-ed aa to them, and net for hearing expaite; and tbat a ropy qf iht or der he nil:,!-!!- once, a week, for four sue cePH.ve weekH. in ti Memphl- Appeal. AUUD8T11V ALSTON, Clerk and Maater. A copy attest ; By ttKAfj.Coi.MA, Deputy Cleik and Master, dauford A Hay, ttoia. lor Complainant. uoU! Non-Resident Notice. I In the Circuit Court of Shelby County D, Bowen ami wl!i itnua L., vru I'lLul 1 Kav a minor Paiition for Divfilun of Ueni fcls I ate. T Hppearlns fiom affidavit in this can-el I IhiilUie deieitaaut 1'HUl Bluy.lsa noo- resldenl of tun State ol rUu.te: it 1. lieru urn ofUereU, f Hat lie ninke bis aiipa.irau'c)e herein, at tlin eourtljousn lu tlis oily of Memphis. Teun.. ou tr . lotirti, Monday in Januaiy, W' , aud pl.-nd. u. or demur to coiaplninsnt hill, or the same will be taken lor couii ssed as to him sud set for henri'.g rxpurte; aud that a copy ol this order be published bbwb a Week, ior loui stioceaslve weeks. In the MeniptitH Dally p pnal. M. D. L. STKWAKT. C.elk. A copy sites'. : By B F. CobaaVal.) Deputy Clerk. Sc. iifciis A Uuuoui, so... (or cuuipiauiauf. noil Non-Resident Notice. Municipal Court of Metuobla, November Term. 1st. 3415, A.D.-S. Hill, Adrn'r of M. R. Hill, de- . .-as. .1. VH. SOfjUl. 0 lN motion of plaintiffs attorney, and 11 app.anng to tne satlsiiactlon of the Court mat air original attachment was had and levied In thl. case, returnable to this term of the Court; and It farther appearing that the defendant 1. a fion-msldent of this sitate, sr. that the ordinary process of law c.nuot he served upon him: It Is ordend that publication be made, ior four sueeossiv. weeks in the Memphis Appeal, a newspaper nubli lied In tho olfy of Memphts, requirinc film lo appear before the Judgr of this court, at the oourt-room ul said court, ou the Urst Tnesday In January, 1'70. being one of ihe days of January Term. 170, oi said C. u'rf, ..r luiigment, by delauU. will he taken against him. Fit sNK TAFT, Clerk. Stephens A Stephens, Att'y ror Pllf.. noxl Administratrix' Sale. ON MONDAY, THE 2&TH DAY OF No vember, .s.... I will proceed to ..-.;. on the premises of the lato P. R. Peytuu. lu siielhy county gnd Stale of Tennessee, lo the p'p! uhil bidULr, all the personal erfects ol 'eyt-.ri, deceased, roiisistlug of hoisis. mules, cattle, bogs, farming tools, wagons, corn aud fodder, household aud kltcheu mr ulture. Sain to oumiueuon at 9 o'clock. Terms oasb. M. A. PKYToN. 1...V Adm'x of P. R. Peyton, uee'd. Insolvent Notice. HAVING qualified aa the Administratrix of the estate of B B. Wynne, deceased, and suggested the Insolvency thereof to the County Court Clerk; all persons Indebted to said estate are hereby requested to come for ward and make settlement; and al. persons holding claims against the same, are notified to appear aud Ale Ihetn, duly authenticated In the manner prescribed by law. on or be fore the first day of March next, or they will he lorever barred, boM) in luw and equity. MARTHA W. WYNNE, Adm'x oi B. . Wynne, deceased. Tills November II, 18 . noi2 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. FINAL SETTLEMENT. I HAVE filed my accounts and vouchees In the caee of my Administration of the Ea ate of Thomas Kimble, deccad, with the Clerk ni onr Counfy Court, and will apply at the next term of the court to have the same allowed aud confirmed, when those persons J Interested may attend and enter Uielr objec Hons, if any they have. HENRY T. JONEB, Adra'r. November 1. IW. uov3 Administratrix Notice. 1 XTOTICE u hereby given, that the under J signed was, at the October Term, ltX). 01 the County Court of Hbelby county, duly I qualified as Administratrix of tbe estate of Kdwln Whiifleld, deceased; and that all per son, having claims against the said eaiuie ! are required to present them, duly authenti : eated. within the tiiue prescribed by law, or I they win he barred; and those Indebted to the same are requested to make immediate i payment. Pei.nua having business con nected with estate will call upon Major Virgil ' V. Moore, No. 1 Howard's How. not FANNY T. WHITFIELD. Adm'x. ATTACHMENT NOTICE- J. W. JetTer-oii vh, J. Henry MeCormack. VFKIDAVIT Ior Attachmriit liavt been iiia.lf tn thi raufw. lu punaanoe of i--tinn 3,466 of the co1e i Tltih k', and attach ment haying teu Wued, levied, aud m n &4.tlo. It la therefore ordered that the raid defendant appear before me, on tin- Ullh 4hy of I ecember, at 10 o'clock, u in., and dtdvuu aaid nuit, or the :me wH be taaen for mn fetiaed, and the o$hv heard ex parte, and that a copy yi the rd-r he publtrvhetl once a week, for rbur Muce.-aiilve wc-ks tn the Y,mph. Daily Apre.AU JAMt UAI.L, J. V-t for Mhelby County, Tenn. Hakt, ItAMif A Mu.uk, Attorney, notf NOTICE, I WILL apply, ftl tbe December Term of om I Shelby County Court, for a confirmation j of tay settlement u the AlruinnjirTix of I tbe estate of tbe late Dr. Zeno T. Harris, Je oeaKoU. All perKous lntere6teti are hereby I noiiflfHl. iuU K. F. HAKUIM. pest koi.i v Br.4K'R. RAILROAD MEETING. iY sntborlty of the .tockhold.r's conven- D Hon, held at Aberdeen, Mls., oo 11th No- v., r la&u 1 am Instructed to ni.tliv the i fctockboldei s In the Memphis. Holly Springs, j have Heed correctly welshed on their larxe okoloua and Belnia Hull road Company to. platform Falrbank siscales. They urge their me. t at Okoiona, Mis... ou Fi:l;iA . :.i DE- friends uot to store their !d in iarar qnan CKMBKK, 1159, lor the purpta-e of eiecblux title, and thereby have their value destroyed Thirteen Directors for the euKUinK year, and ! or liijunal by flKATllQ. Planters who wish for the transaction of such other uu.iueas as j to make contracts for delivery ol Heed will may come before them. All are requested to i plena, call at oil Work, Center Landing, b. present. MLNOa MJu&iWkTiiKR. r Oli Cake and for aaie u.any g.u:ia- aa taaveliary. Uky. 7 &Co 229 i MARKED DOWN MARKED DOWN ! I WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST. CARPETINGS, ETC. GLEN ECHO MILLS, GERMANTOWN, PA. MXallum, Crease & Sloan, Manufacturers, Importers and Whole sale Dealers In CARPETINGS, Oil Cloths, Waitings. Etc. YXrft Invite theanei.uunof i he trade to our Tf exteliMiv aiwk of itir,cMticCa- plUmm both of our own and other makes aa well aft 1 a iare assortment of Foreign Goods, WAREHOUSE, No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET, Opposite the State IJonse, eo i Philaclolplila. TRUSTEES' SALES. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT TRUSTEE ST AUCTION. BTvlrtno of. of Trnt. xeoord'-d in Booli l. i.stns r-T-H-'tr of tho Retdster'n OIHcsof lifiby conntx. Tonnoiet., i-xtM-utir tome by linirr U- iiont and Alrxaudar M. Kergus.ir;, f(-r the pnrposo oi Aecurlnu ow- : tnla luUcotetlnsH. Lllureta tsrt lurth. I will. accorulrj m the turuis of dcd. On Wednesday, December !0. !869. Between the hour, of H o'clock a.m. ajni 1 o'clock ni.. at the northeast coiner of L'nton and Second streets. In the city of Memphis. Teuiiissa e, sell al public auction, to ihe est aud le-l oldil.T. .'or c .sl:, Ire from the right of rodeo. pili. n which Is BTni iBBllj waived itie following d.si-rlbed real elale, lying In ihe county cf -helbv. Wtace ol Ten ness. o. and iuiuocitjro iirmpln. to-wit: I itl Vlllnhn- r.ilrln ,ll. li, I.tn.-b ...... two lim . Tslil Jmrn nn' slut ....... JJ.. i tnuit'i asMjuili M. omuls r.o.l o ...ic ton,'. dred and t-n tlUI ! et oo Ihe noi tn -side ol Beal ..r-et. tno lunoiugb ck northward'y betwe.'upn adel .lues, tw- hundred a.-d lor-ty-fooj tiiMi eet to the olvlding Hue :. . ihe John Rice and the lisioaey gtar.ts, it bs lug tile s-.ui- g.ouittfon whicti' eceliCy S'OOU ' The Botsnlco M dli al oilgo" balj':lng. Also, another lot, lieing a part of lot num ber oue ill. In block forty-.: x on the plan of Sou fh Vsippi.w. ano bounded a. f..lloA-s. IU KV'U-wg ai a p. tut on -.ul i side oi Keal trc. !, one hnmiK d .md forty -two 1 1 tf) ie. ".vest Ttotn the Intorsi cliou of the west std.- oi I'eSoto sire-t wi'ii the south sld- oi BtsJ stre l,au 1 ruimiiif iheuce southwardly. Bud peipcndlcul rlv hoiu Bel -trest, one l.uu urea and tw ut-nve .l o) leal tv u alley; thcni't wesT waruiy and parulUl Willi UanJ street, along siii.l allev qtje iiuudn d.ind flity 1150) 'Vet; tiieijye uoitiiwanlly one hundr-d ai.dfcniv-nv. H) reel to B. -si sti , e. : 1 hence casiwiirdly. Willi Beal Ureet, on. huudi-ed ami 11 It y (lift net U. the IsgliiLilng. 1 will si ll by lite lot, or In parcels to suit purchasers. The title l deemed good, but 1 will rouvey only as Trustee mvfU J M . M. CM;MAi K, Trustee. NAVIGATION COMPANY. Mississippi Valley Navigation COMPANY OF T HE SOUTH AND WEST, No. 118 Caroodelet Street New Orleans. Capital Stock, - -Bhares (each), '- - tl,000,000 $100 tsach To tiie ownera of Real Estate tn Ljnlbfana, M '--i" i, Tennuaaee, Arkana. Texaa and inift: I BB COMPA.VY K NOW N TO TH E PUBLIC tui tin- " MissiWKititii V;til-v S'uvintinn company oi i:te Mfiuui ana w ei, 1b orKHii ised under a charter trom Ihe HtaU of Lou isiana. This chatter authorize! a capital Htock of five hundred thousand dollars with the piiYTiese of exieuKioii to oue million. That the public tnay know tbe exact obitt ol tbe Company, the mini aj-Ucle of the charter !m glveu entire aa follows: ,rThs object of thl Company la to con struct or otherwise to procure and maintain one or more ftteamboatu or other vefweitt, to run on aud navigate the Mlsslatdppt river, or lta trlbutariea, lot the purpoae of oa Tying freight, mails and paHaengera; to construct docks wharvoa, bulluingM aud uuh oihur con trnctloiiH as may le neceasary to the build- lug and repairing or vessel, nnd generally to exercise ituch lucldentai powers and privi leges as are hereby or may u conferred on them for tbe purpoafaforeaaid. The Com pany prupiue, uuiler the provialon of tbla ohai ter to construct a line of Low J I'HtwrKK steamhOMta t run belatn tbe dif- i fer arts oa the Mlssibslppi river and tu tnbutai ics. Tney will carry leas ileatti. make brtter time, land froiiit and patten ger without roumllng-to, and, by meaiin of ! endleas cbalnH anl levatorHt receive grain In 1 bulk and discharge it H for nhtpmeut) dl- 1 reclly on board the veaei intendeil to reeetvs it, instead of tbe present- mode oi putting it first on shore, thereby saving time. Tabor and expense. Tho Horta will also be divided Into distinct t"ompartmentfr-i., If thy encounter .iiMkts, or any a.-cideii hull, the boat will m Will also have : i:tp gulKhlng tire by stear oveaAfkr vessel for d m mm adapVaW and at a cheaper n navlgntlug the M1ah Owinn to the dim subscrlptlona to bow meat its merit terminated U eviv tbe Capital Stock. llilu l-j.r-n to tll : euaaiiKered. Tliey I Pl'sraiiis for extin- I cinduntlng .; : ; He ut: ami will o. : wilier, and better i eagers and frelEJit, i tan ... . j boats now ltalnlnst casb j te, no mutter i : ! have de- I ouh lu Laudto ; . we- have al , , It U vsrv ' a a short time ate tn value of revenue L and when of the boats, of thins, tall ti invmtmenT. lands wiii consldt-rabj tbl pian vill afftrU I entirely tt3rAte art alU&U to tlf t xpectd esnpoi. In the uatart to ninke the , u Parties hi7ig lnnd UtUe or nothing, hut tng taxea, ami wbiun ent, except ut a groat not at all, Will, uti refl exoelltut ar.il unonaj ilium, as tlie ceitiilrH pany chii ho mucli u '. rt-altzlDK u i-k of a cuu- disponed of tban iaiiUa. Ovei U.haj ucrea of ood land hava already been ittend in i -li ibeif. Be the Cart Ps lBnn HI . Hi that runp laiul rspltsl Mock nf x tbe iilBfe, lis s-utl to I . tuorfBage ul till oery to give tne louipu idea of the lam! olj'eretf. sailiuctory By ordsr ol '.lie Board of Dlr ior. CH AM. R. H E N li i N . -iretary . J. T. W AYNh, President. B. MiflOMFiBLn Oeneral .... .; J. C Utim, bpetial Agrb Philadelphia. LOCAL AOBKTS: I W. R pkakb ..Vlcksburs, M'.m. 1 A. V. WlTilMU-HOOK.. l, UipiUK,Tl llO ! Thos. J. H..n.,r.i.L Nf .rl.anM La. joh.n a. ua . in Lonuvllis, Ky. John i'ohb.. - -. Madison. Ind. To Cotion Planters & Stock Raisers 'I'HK Memphis OH Com psny wish to pur- s cusse. Hilling iiezi fail and winter. large, quantity Cotton Seed, ior whi.-n thev will uai the uiHikt f urlce. fnrniah sack s. and ARRIVED! PER SHIP " MINNIE A 40 i GENUINE SHERRY WISES, ASSORTED GRADES, FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF GONZALEZ & BYASS, OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, " SPAIN," WHICH W1J TTLL Tr,r, AT EW YORK IMPORTERS' SOLD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY B. J. SEMMES & CO. ITannisse XVTiLislx. y Havinjf learned that parties in this and ssber oitisa, nmend Ba m. 'he " anni--.ee" Whiskey, w herohy tfvB autlas that wm will lr sail for iamages aiiinst any UESPOKSiBL party we may dlarjovr sttemptie lo :h: orand of Whiskey, and will publish them aa seLling a SPUOIOCS artiei. We uas had the sole nse and control of the " Tanmsaee" brand fox noaxiy iwealy rears, au none Is genuine without our brand oa tbe barreas. B. J. SEMMES CO. FRESH WARM GOODS! FLANNELS AND LINSEYS, BLANKETS -WHITE AND GRAY, KERSEYS AND JEANS, WHITE KENTUCKY JEANS AND LINSEYS, 0SNABUR6S AND PLAIDS, HEAVY WOOL HOSE UNDER AND OVERSHIRTS, CHEAP JEWELRY fine stock, BEAUTIFUL TRIMMED HATS, THREADS, BUTTONS. RIBBONS, CORSETS AND NOTIONS of all sorts, Just opened by WW. R. MOORE & CO., 299 Main Street Memphis. Tenn. WTLXLAM OBOIIal. KUfU.'VD ffBgtTTa, . U. MMMOUtM, A. S. lift Orgill Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS HARDWARE NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST. MEMPHIS, TEfttf. COMPLETE AdMORTMJSNT 0 FOREIGN tc DOMESTIC TE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OK ALL OUR KORKIttI OOOIBb. WS PURCHASE oD Domestic (ossls 'rem the Manufacturers. W. arassiablau to oilar iraai siv ullages I the trade. We are SOLE AGENTS in Memphis for th. till Steel Brush Cotton Gin : also. Buckeye Reaper. iu Kwvusn, Marvin & Co.'s Greasiy celebrated Firs aad 3urjlar Pruwf totw. Sorghum Mills, Bradford's tCiacinnatij Wbeat ana Cars Mtit. And many other articles too ur.tneroa to ne'.y. t ench Window Olass. Iron. Mtti.. 1 m- iuuii casiii. 1 .u smim-1 111 ai i CUBB1NS & GUNN, IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS HAVING THK AND MOW COMyUCTK FOCBBY AJID UACHJKHOP I tbe fVuih wtvit, art pit-pi&rd to 2t all work u THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OK XKW AND UBCOND-HAND STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ET(- WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES Which will b. est and fl:ted to order, promptly and well. On. of uw arm s qoaMani sv tentlon to tn. building of UM very bMt FRENCH BURR WTiipJa, for durability and satlafactory working, are aa.m v. UniKb A-ND UtATiLiOt ULTXNU, in full -uppiy, and cb taper than alsewbera. UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou. Meaphis. Memphis Nursery. A CHOICE SELECTION OF APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, APB!eOT NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND TREES. GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY CONCORD AND SCUPPERNONG. ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. A very thrifty stock, at moderate pricea. Address K.OBKT eto GILBSHT, r. a Kov.y, J. M. CiILHKRT. J. I 808 Front St., Mem JOHN PUNNETT. Of New York. W. J. PORTER, PORTER, PACE CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 140 Pearl Street, New York MISCELLANEOUS. A1.XX. Ml'ERAY. A. X. ; . - - L MURRAY & RID6ELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, 31 MADISON STREET, East of Clark'B Jewelry Store, MEMPHIS, TEX!?., NEW YORK AND ST. LOUiS ROSS, ROBERTS St CO., COMMLSsIOS MERCHANTS No. SI Fbont Stbkkt, Nbw Tom, Pay special attention to the purchase of Cof fre. Mugar, -yrupa, Bawiug, Rope, Iron, Tis etc., etc. Biackmar, Roberts, Chandler 4 Ctk, 1 NOBTB CosmBBClAX KTBKET. 304 I.BVBB, ST. LOCI. Mt, QEJfL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Make the pnrchaseof Bawcine, Icje. Baoon Klour, Corn and other western Product a K.t-:ially, Kivlng close attention to rreljiiii. ooutracta and eouc.ltioii ntgiimlii. BBg NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In the District Court of th. United 8' ata ot tne District of Wl IVuuosee. In tii mat ter ot J. 8. Hhaw, bankrupt In ilaukrupwy. To the creditors ot J. . .- uaw, Bankrupt : mm ;k notice that a .eneral meetlntc of ths I creditors of said bankrupt wUi beheld, at i the office of T. J. Latham, fcsq.. Regisl.r. In the city of Jieinpius, iu -.in Liistrict, on in. 1st day of Ueounber, A.L., IibW. at 10 o'rlouk a m., for tne puiposa oi lsciaring a nrsi anu. Unai dividend. 1 BIBO give nonce mat i nave nieo njuu n nl, hKlullM Clf 111. I fl f O'' 3 . IA SfatS, bankrupt in said court, and thstontbe 1st day of December next I snail apply to aaid , court for the i-etlleraent of my said accounts, , and Cora discharge from all liability a as- I Hlgnee of said estate. In accordance nf lM ...:...ii,. nr tho isth section jl the act .if i .'-nnirHi entitled -An act to eBtahUb a unl form ytem of bankruptcy throughaul tna r,.iied stales. ' acproveo lltrasw O. WOOLDBJUQB, SMITH," FROM CADIZ, UTTS AND DEALERS IN & CUTLERY, mnuilou. AaTTcajturW Impinainafs In , 'ustlUks. BaiUuiJ. BsfBt r!luBS.nn, sto. tr - i i b. uay li GRIST MILLS, sMrrnnw. boltui a X. J. W. PAGE, Jr., LsVtf OI jit-ILI OJ Registration Notice. rT,HR fbllowlnf appo!ntmsror 1 a tton are Merely annii'inceu : First Ward S. Miller. S Main stress, i-iecond Ward Win. CaaBB . Isr " Third Ward T. P. Adams, .06 -oo. i . S Couxtb Ward li. W. Lincoln, ii Viadlsuii -.c Fifth Ward K. J. Bouahnsr, Roobb 3 Coar Hons.. alxth Ward Wm. A.Melsom, Waidrai Blosk. Sevenib. Ward iX C. Junes, .-on xxfSmx ::aouo atreet and outb Market Hons. Klsthth Ward Wm.Tait,B:uiTCliy Mills. Pop lar .ireet Siutti Ward-J. D. Daabury. Cbalsw. Houaa, Second street. Tenth Ward B. V. Boon. sr , earner Darr.aad and rtouth streets. , . , The anoreoffioMwUl be open ton a a.m. to 4 o'clock p.ui J. P. BOUOHNER. omfflkflotiw of IUs;istrL.oBi fu : tk 7 County. mu ''m Choice Home at a Caain. SW My plsc. near Gfrmutny . taa. tor mi. It cwtilxins .boat ...! .-. about Hlxty opn aad In cB.tivat.ur: .. sacs In tim bar; orchards r .hoit.) fruit, ap piw, Psachea, Pears, sta. Thm Baes front. on MmpuU aad Caarlaaton Uajiiiud. bot ! one-o.uartar of a salsa iu. th eVpot very eomfortaM. Dwilis wit aa msasw sary oat- bail din sa- The looation la pantaaiav lnarB ks a business mas of thaoity. 1 ara a . miaa to sail and real (aspiflw! thai a." nca aad term, oaa aa aaada l.itfBatara SB Pf i I will tak. pieaaar. tn ar?aein4taa . u lllTI. m0 with m -- nolo WM. FRYE, i IfAS iwtarned k '".' i