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THE SUNDAY MOTINTjST Cr APPEAL -DECEMBER 5, 1869.
w7 r FINANCE AND TRADE. FINANCE. Offick of tri Daily appf.ai.. 1 Memphis, December 4, 18K. The money market was active to-day. with a large demand for Exchange, and a fair supply. One of our banks reported the purehaae ( two $60,000 bills on New York at discount, but all other dis count houses are firm at discount buy ing. Checking at discount, except in a small way. Collections have been very good, and the demand for Exchange comes from all branches of trade. In City Scrip there is no material change. Taxpayers buy in a little way at 85e, while sellers are unable te get over -jm s.lc for past-dtie coupons or balances. County Warrants are iiuict. The demand for tiold is fully equal to the offerings. Dealers buy at 121:), and sell at 123M. The decline in Tennessee Bonds has been von,- rapid, and still goes on. New York advices to-day quote the asking price of Old at 4Vi; with 47c bid, and no sales. New sold at 41c Government continue stroag, with an advancing tendency: Bonds of ISM 115,( 5- JU Bonds of 18S2 IMK$ " 1884 Ill&gr 6- ai " 1885 112V9 " 1865, new 114(8r " 1887, " lt4V 6-JO ' 1888, " U4X$ 10-40 Bonds 10ri' Pacific, JSixee W71 i& H rkii at the opening were unsettled, but at the close they were active and a little excited, and prices were lietter: Canton SO Western I'nion Telegraph Co MX Quick silver. 15 Pacific Sixes 61 Adams Express 57 '3 Walls, Fargo ft Co.'s Express 17 AmerUan Expreaa. 37 United KliUes Express 49 Merchant I n;. di Express New York tVutral. 90 New York Central Herip 82' Erie -. 2li Iieading 995-, Michigan Central 121 fichitran Southern 8:' Ilhrof Central 34,4 Cleveland and Pittsburg 82' Chicaon and Northwestern 74 . Chicago and i'orthweatern preferred. et K.K-k Island 10H Harlem. 3 SK YORK WEEKLY B.iK STATEMENT. Icans increased S 557.522 .Specie increased 95,t43 IViswits .i. - reased 907.255 Legal Tenders decreasod 2,1H:,.,(I18 ..-illation decreased 15,310 Connterteit limed States ilO billa have recent iv appeared in several Eastern cities, and -ire said to be equally as dan gerous as those noticed some months ago, being an excellent imitation of the genu ine. The face of the bill has a faded look. Ti;ey can be detected by a careful exam ination of the work on the back of the Lill with a powerful glass, the lines and curves being blurred and irregular, while in the genuine ti;ey are distinct and per fect. It has transpired that Commissioner De lano favors the re-enactment of the in come lax. which expires by limitation on the :0lh of June next, and if be refers to the subiect at all in his forthcoming re port, it will be to recommend the contin uance of that lax. lie believes that ulti mately the tax on incomes, and tobacco .tnd whisky should form the basis of the entire iucuuic for internal revenue lor the support of the Government, and this be ing established, taxes on other articles to a large extent can be dispensed with. COTTON. Chamber of Commerce, ) M : tva . December 4, 1889. J The market was quiet to-day, and sales amounted to turn bales. Buyers were offering 23c for Middling, but holders would not let go at the price. They were willing to make some concession in order in a few instances, but many cov ered up their tables to await events next week. The sales reported by the Board f Broken wars an follows: HO bales re packs 22'922e, 3 Good Ordinary 22 7-loc. 115 do. at 23c, 44 Low Middlings mx 23c, 30 do. at 23 He, 100 do. at 28 l-16c, 3 Middlings at 23c. 25 do. at 23'c, M do. at S8'ic, 30 Strict Middlings ZV-.a, 4 Strict to Good Middlings at 24c, IS Good Mid dlings 24c, 2 do. at 24c, 2 Peeler at Mgk The market closed quiet and weak. COTTOH STATEMENT. Stock on hand Sept. 1, Us.. 94 Received to-day ... LMI Received previously... Total fsbipped to-day shipped previously 85.J04 86,545 j 06.040 595 7 i .o76.4.17 Stock on hand at BjMsl to-day BKCEIPt. 10,183 Memphis and Charleston R. R 178 M .KM.-Mpi i and Tennessee K. K McuipbiM and Ohio K. K Waous, enl KX POETS. Meiiiiihi and ' hio K. K U53 150 COTTOX IS XKW YORK. December 4, 10:25 a.m. Cotton dull and beavv, and prices unehanired. Ordi nary 2Sc; Good Ordiuary 'Mk; Low Middliiiirs 25 'c; Uplands 25c; (i ood I Mobile 25!c; Orleans 25, m. Cotton is dull and heavy. Prices unchanged. Ordinary 23;'c; liood Ordi nary 24'c; Low Middlings 24.Sc; l"p laads 25c; Good 25'ic; Mobile Wwi Or leans 25 Sc. : 15 p.m. Cotton is quiet and weak; Kales 17UU and 14UI for Ie-ember at 24 '.c; January at 24V24Xc; February 24'."i - i.24?4c; March 25)fc, In transit 4UU bales, onlioary 23;'r7 ti.xxl Ordinary 21 .: Lo Middlings 24'.c; l plands25c; Uood 25 V: Mobile 25Sc; Orleans 21 Sc 4 p.m. Cotton is dull, with more sellers than buyers. Ordinary 23Sc; Good Or dinary 24;-,c; Low Middlings 24Sc; I'p lands 2Sc; Good 25:c; Mobile 25Vc; Or leans 2r.'c; sales for export 1700 bales; cpiin : ... hales; speculation 5S bales ; in transit lino bales. Conlractsuncbanged. COTTOS IS SKW OKI.KANS. LH-c?iiiU-r 4, 11:45 a.m. Cotton dull and tending downward JKQMb. 2: i0 p.m Cotton is easier MSGSMK Saies 4(W0 bales. COTTOS IN LIVERPOOL. iri-t ;. 1:20 p.m. -Cotton is dull. Uplands I2f.12' ,d ; Orleans 12J12Sd. 3 p.m. Cotton dull, f plands 12d ; Or leans 12.' -d. Sales 10,000 bales, of which :mjuo are for speculation and export. M.W VOKK WEEKLY (OTTOS STATEMENT. Bale l;... . pts toi the week at this port. . . itroeipN Kn the seek a! all ports mjt Hei -eint-. vir,.-.- s. nt I at tills Port 212, W Hi llllh ptirt t all porm. aSMSM : week to Liverpool lti.st WeeS to Ul.-lllKli ... . I.M seek to Hamburg 846 week to Havre 4tn week to Uenoa. M week to KoU-rdam L M port for the week Lo . JL 47J5 II ports (or the week to l,7l:t Kxpc TRADE. Rum now m dull to-day, and receipt" liuht, but as tlie upper streams are swell ing aud rial boat are coming out of the tiliioin numbers, it is expected that pro du, feed, etc., will soon be lower, s Many Alabaitia plantera, eKsecially in the southern counties, have been experi ineBtinjt in the raising of sugar-cane. Tha results are very encouraging. Many believe that the soil and climate of the lower sections of the State are well adapted to the growth of sugar-cane, and that a sutticieut ijuantity of sugar for home consumption could be easily manu factured. The New irleans VeayKn says there is no reason to change previous estimates of the sugar crop, which will scarcely ex ceed last year's, and previous reports of the poor yield of cane are, aa a general thing, confirmed. With regard to the es timates of the cotton crop there is still considerable diversity of opinion, though the tendency is stronger toward inside figures. Bauoi.vo Xo change in prices. Stock ample. Heavy weight, WtSfBHH ; India, Bl'tter Choioe, 83tc; good, 3S36c; common, zW30c. BaooM-Demandair 3 00 per Broomcorn Steady at $1UO220 per ton. Conv m km, The demand is light; kiln dried in lots, 4 75: fresh ground, light weight, at mills, 4 50. Coffee The market is weak. We quote as lollows: Bio skimmings, 17$lHc; common to fair, 19(g,20c; prime, .23e: choice. 21'-ii; l.sgtu.yra, 25 2fic; Java, 35tgt8c. Cotton Yarns No. 400, 22c; 500. 20c; 800. 18c; 700. 16c. CHTCESK Market firm. E, D. 19!j(a0c. Factory locate. W K. 18'(tt.l9r-. CoTToNsKKD Receipts are fair. We quote at $12 on levee sacks furnished by buyer. Eihis Few in market . Selling at 47c. Flock We have no change to make in our quotations, but the present stage of water will reduce freights, and prices may decline. Super. 4 -SKoi 00: X, 5 25(5 50: XX, $5 75(o.i. ; XXX and Fancy, 6 76(9 18 25. Fresh Meat Dressed Pork, 12's13c. Beef, fore-quarter, 3(c4c; hind-qnartcr, OKQW'ic. Mutton, ft(u,10c. Fruits Choice Appies in lots, ?3(3 5o; in a small way, 3 MaA 00. Dried Apples 6(&i-$c Peaches 7(a9e for halves and quarters; peeled Lemons Sa,10 per box, and dull. Oranges 6 tkK;v 7 00 per bbl. Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbls $24$25; Jfc bbls ,12 Mts&Vi 00; No. 2, in bbU17 x; J do $8 75; No. 1, kits 82 903; No. 2 do 92 15i:25; No. 3, SI MfK White fish, bbla, 8. Sardines $21 50022 per esse for quarters: i35 for halves. Feed The levee is clear of everything but hay. which is abundant and dull nt SS7 tor choice, and J2:K-$24 for second quality. A bid of S22 for ahoul 400 bales of the latter was refused. Corn is firm at i tats ..ma'...-. Br.m $H-tKSl. Gimi and Poultry Chickens are firm at :. '.ii''' l "in. with fair supply. Ducks $Sti3 50. Geese 90g,7. Turkeys $14i2i). Wild Ducks 3t,4. Wild Geese $810. Wild Turkeys JllKej-lj. Venison fi(g,7i'. Bear meat DMgiJOc. Quails S22 50 per dosen. Gunnies Good demsnd for second hand at 16c to 17c. Hides Prices are weak. Dry Flint 19c; Dry Salt 17c; Green Salt !t,'j to 10c; Green Sc. Iron Ttks Demand atuady. We quote e to 7Xc Live St kk ( 'hoice slim eht ering beeves are scarce. Cornfed, 7' sc gross. Grass fed, 3(u.5c gross. Grazing cattle, 2J'jC gross. Hogs are steady at '.KJlOJc gross; stock Hogs, 7eSc. She-p tire dull; cboiue, $3(ti5 per head. Grazing, 81 50, with no demand. Milch cows with calves are dull at $3MtM). Work oxen, $75125 per yoke, with no demand. Lumrer The market is steady. Fram ing timber $25 per M: rough lumber 825 per M; dressed yellow pine llooring 840 to 45 per M; dressed poplar siding 825; dressed white pine do. JS5; dressed clear white pine (80; cypress shingles, 84 50 to 5 00; white pine do. 5 50 to ; 00; sawed laths 82 75 to 3 09; doors 3x7, 94: 3x8, 95; 3x7,94 50; 2-tjx6, 93 25; sash, 8x10, 75c; lux 12, 91; 10x14, 91 25; 10x16, 91 50; luxlH, 91 74) Wxil:. ?2 ji. Molasses Cubs 55c; Sorghum 5565c; Louisiana sugarbouse, HOW, 75(85c; Golden Siyrup 91 lo to 1 15 in barrels, ;:il 10c additional lu kuc. Sugsrbouse Syrup 70c to 91 25. Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, JX 25 to 5 75 for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, 88 to 1(1; Pitch 96 per bbl; Oakum 85 lo -y. per bale. Nuts Filberts, Brazil and English i Walnuts, 17c to 20c: Almonds 28 to 32e: Texas Pecans 22c, Arkansas and Louisi ana 12ytc; Peanuts, or Goobers, 7(u.8c. Chestnuts 94 50 per bushel. Oils 4al 39 to 41c; Lard 91 50 to 1 60; Linseed 81 20 to 81 25; boiled do 91 30 to 91 35: lubicrating 50c to 75c; turpentiuo 65c to 70c; tanner's 91 10 to 91 25; castor I 93 50 to 93 75; olive, 24 oz bottles, 919 per basket. Proouce Tbo market is well supplied. Peachblow Potatoes, 0tii(5i?l per bushel. Neshannocks.82(.i.2 lu per bbl. Onionadiill at S4f:4 50 ier barrel. Bwal Potatoes, 50c per bushel. Provisions Several lots of bulk meats4 hart arrived, but prices are steady. Clear Sides, 7.Va.l7o; Shoulders, 13;c; Bacon Clar Sides, 1(21 -c; Shoulders, 17c; Mess Pork 832 50 in a small wsy; Breakfast Bacon, 2Ufi22c: plain Sugar Cured Hams, 24c. Lard is steady; tierce, 1818'ic; keg, 19VC paddy, 20J4(gi21'c. Pigs Feet, 83 00y 25 per kfrg; half bbls, 86. PownEE Blssting 94 per keg. Rifle 96 50. Kicr Carolina, 9'.(a,ViC Louisiana, Si -oars Stocks weak. We iuote: Coffee A, lo,V; are light and pneos Hard refined, 17Sc; B, ttjte; Extra C, loScj C, ltlc; Kemarara. 15SCtl"'; Loui siana old prousas, lo15Sc; Prime, 14Vloe; Kair, 14(.Hit Common, 129i l '.'.c; Yellow ClariUcd, HSc; Island, 14 14Sc Salt Xo barrel salt in market. Liv erpool tine, $2 WKa3 per sack; coarse, $2 ti.Vn.2 75. Spirits Demmdfairand market steady, Common Whisky 75c to $1 00; Proof fl 25 to 1 35. Soda American, boxes, 7Sc; do. kegs, 6 to 7c. English, boxes 8S39t ; do. kegs' 7Xfle. Shot Drop, per bag, $2 75; Buck $3. Ssufp Garrett, box, fl(5; packed, 88. Soap Palm Soap, Sc ; No. 1 do. 77Sc Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported do. 25 to 28c. Starch TS to 7c per lb. Tallow Dull at WfolOc. JOB PRINTING. FRANKLIN PRINTING HOUSE 15 COURT STREET. KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES ! Immense Arrival of New Material ! Five Lightning Job Presses ! Large Additions in Lithographic and Gothic Types! Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas and Nonpareils ! Rich and Elegant Engravi-fl, Cuts. Emblems and Vignettes ! Every kind of Business represented ! . Endless Variety ofCards and Papers! A Complete Job.Printing House ! mm- The proprietor takes occasion to again eal the attention of the Merchant and TBisi- i nmm Ken Memphis ice 1.-- aj, cn'1' : -c-flilliig order for every description of Mm- , catilb Pkintiko reiulreu in tne uroce r Cooutlng-rooici. The mot perfect satisfaction will be ntven In every" instance, and I 'km ks sh.ii.u he"14W Orders rscectffnMy solieted. S. C. TOOF, noli Proprietor. FOR SALE. A HALF SECTION OF LAND, VrlTH one-half In a good state of culllva t lion, being in com and cotton this year, the balance well timbered, comfortable Im provements, with Uln. Press Orchard, etc. lying live tulles east M. and T. Itallroad and two salies of Looxaliocua, Deeioto county. Miss. Price tU per acre. MB w VUM.J.DOWM, AUCTION. Dry Goods, Clothing, Notions, etc i From a house declining liuslneos. AT AUCTION, MONDAY MORNING. December 6th. AT N h'C1aX:K, Consisting of Hlecliel DosmsUcs, FlnnnoK, Twills, Kentucky .leans. It I an Hoi, JJel.mn.-. I.iusevs, Merinos, Poplins. Tickings. I. mens, t'Hslln'ercK, Knit Jacket nl 1'nderstilrts, i in i k- ' oats, l'aiiu. Vests, Ouspenders, Tow els, (Moves, HoMsry, moaka, ATaaa, simwi-, etc., - W1THOCT RESEKV K By GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL, Auct'rs, del Cor. Second nd Adsms Sts. AUCTION NOTICE. ON and after this date we will hold OB rot ular trade sales of Dry Uoods, Clotblnc, Hoots, shoes. Hats, etc., every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. AND FRIDAY Morning, at 10 o'clock. GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL, Auctioneers, Corner Second and Adams Streets. dec3 Extensive Furniture Saie BY W. H. PASSMORE & CO., Tuesday Morning, 7th inst.. at 10 o'clock. Of new and second-hand Furniture, consist ing of Parlor Sets, Bedroom Sets, Bedsteads, Wardrobes, ile.'. Tallies, Mattresses, Etc., Ktc. SALE OFSTOCK. ON KHIDAY, DECEMBKIt 17m. at my resi dence, six miles nnnh of Forrest City, Ark., I will sell a lot nt line Mares anil Colts. M licit l ows, Work (Ixen, Beef Cattle, Hons nnd Pork: also, " Cyclops." A thnroiigli-brc.l blood stallion, and " STER LING," a short-horned Purham bull. My creditors escclullv invltetl lo attend. del A. f. UOODLUE. Arls.ansas JPtxrxxx AT AUCTION. THK fnrTU, 1elonclni; to the estate of D.G. UomilCM', dtTt'jLKl, IrtitK throe nih8 mrtli oi Krnst ( Itv, Ark., conutiniut; Ken I'm -lfred ; will Ite (told to hlieht-Ht I bidder, at Mh.Um.ii, Ark., WE1XKSIAY. D- mmbm i", tfML del A. T. GOOII,OE, Adm'r. Cotton Land for Sale. BOUT :xi' mm of the rirhtst eottoa hind ii Chlrot iiunty. Ark., the finest rotton rerlon in thp world: it Is lik:.'. huuk laud; I formerly llelle Point, MM l Ike tirPt se iMtMM on tin river; 150Uacro clrutetl, bi- ance tiintr. readily salable as wmk1 or lurn ! Ier; leveed fronliiiK on Ike river, and eneir- ; eten by a t antirul iaki-: it lias tin ureal ad- VWNMBOf indepeiidenee ot the LetCtCrl oC the main shore-, ana an w made a nnst seenre ' and beautiful domain. Valued, letore The I war, at fTtKMfflff; M t1- imw ortorefi s( hw that Hit- pftoflftyi of a silicic mil orop will pay for it, i ii noi so;u ny ioni January, ust n witi oe MMwiiti favorable toims.' Applvio de JOHN T. JJ(AVIALI., Mt. Louis, Mo. NOTICE. I WILL offer the WILLIAMS TRACT OF LAND, lu the county "i uUemhn. in Ar kansas JMiH'iuitiK Frank Cochran', on the Mili'mv Ud, for rent, at pubiie outeiy, in the (own ; Marlon, in said eounty, On the 8th of December Next. The person refiling saiii tract of land will lie reuirexl to uive uiuiuuMionable note, with city ol MefpttM MOapl am ay payable m ibe 1st ot NovemtMM . lK7u, and a lien Ik retained in the enp tor mm year Wl The renting to take pla' - timing ie;al tioura. de2 A. HOPOK. Reeeiver. clNCE R Y S A LE WEDNESDAY, December 15, 1869. No, 2319, O. R. Chancery Couit of Memphis Henrv T. James vs. Win. E. Kppes et.al. HY virtue of an interlocutory decree in this cause, I will sail, at public auctior, to the highest tndder, in tne townorKoi-t Pickering, on Weonesdat. Decern 1st 1", within le Kal hours, the lollowingdcsorloeU Ileal Kbtate, to-wit: Thu south half of Block No. M, lu that part of theeitj' of Mklupiiiii culled Fort Plckeriuir. and lyiiiK between lilth tttrcel op the east, and Poarth .street on the west, and (iholsoU street on the south, ami the flrst alley east of i iholson street on the north, fronting lHti feet ti inches on Fifth streel and 41U feel on lihul son street. Tehms of Salk. Cash to the amount nf the decree herein nnd costs: balance on a credit EM twelve months. Equity of redemption barred. In case Ibe above tale shall loll to brine the amount o; Ihe decree herein and iftst, then and in that event the north halt of said Block No. will lie sold, In lotH or stindivl stoats; ssle to continue until the siiiouut requisite to satisfy the decree herein sud costs, in Cash, la yielded. Terms of saleoi north half of Block No. ,r4 One-halt cash: balance on a credit of twelve months. Equity of redemption harred. noii A. ALSTON, C. nnd M. I DRY GOODS. GREAT Reduction SWEEPING Reduction Great Bargains IN DRY GOODS This Week B. Lowenstein&Bros ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 29th, We will commence selling our Im menso Stock of STAPLE & FANCY Dry Goods AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES J Our Entire Stock has been MADlf H ROWN niLU UUffll All thoie wishing to .soeure Great Bargains Should not fail to call before making their purchanes. B. Lowenstein & Bros. Main and Jefferson Sts., Entrance to Wholesale Department, 244 Main Street. )9 We offer Special Inducements to Country Merchant, RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Memphis and Little Rook Railroad. TO MAOISOK AMI LlTTLK KoCK, ARKANSAS. Uolng West Leave Hopeneld daily st 6:00 a.m. Coming Kast Leave L'Angnllle at 1:80 p.m. Kerry Boat leaves loot of Union St. st:UUa.m. B. D. WILLI AMH, General Agent and Superintendent. Memphts and Louisville Railroad. DEPART. AHRIV1C. Day Express, city time 4:Ula.in. 2:16a.m. NiKhl Ezpreaa, city Utne..2:46 p.m. 12Sa.m. Ticket olflces No. Jt7 1-2 Main street and at Depot, beal of Main street. Steeping lar attached to Night Express Train, which goes through to Nashville, via Nashville and Northwestern Hall road, with out change. HAM. B. JONE8, Oen'l Snp'L Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. ARRIVE. DETART. New Orleans Mail, dally 2:45 p.m. U:40a.ra N. Orleans Express, dally. .JttO a.m. 4 JU p.m Freight, dally except sun day .2:35 p.m. 4:55a.m Mall Train makes direct connection for New Orleans and all points South. Express Train makes direct connection for Coffeevllle, Water Valley, Oxford, Holly Springs and all points north of Urenada on Mississippi Central Railroad. Ticket offlce 237 1-2 Main street and at the Depoi. Omnlbusses will call for passengers and check baggage in any part of the city, by leaving orders at 217 1-2 Main street. A. a LIVERMORE, Oen'l Snpt. C. P. OAKLEY, Oen'l Ticket Agent. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. ARRIVE. DEPART. rMall Train S:30 p.m. 12:US in. F.xpress Train 10:: p.m. UHip.m ! Junction Aooom'odatlon. 8:15 a.m. SdUp.m runnel ville AC'-omodation 9:45am. 4 40 p.m Takes etlect Monday, 15tli. V. I. RO.-sH. (ien'l Snp't. SPECIAL NOTICES. Notes for December, addressed to the Kekiili: and Debilitated. This Is n trying season for luvnlhU; indeed, for all who arc not blessed with robust constitutions uud iron frames. Cold has come upon us suddenly, sealing up t he open pores, and sealing in, as it were, any .seeds of disease that may have leen lurking In the system, hut which remained undeveloped so long as the waste matter ol the tsxly ami all acid and unwholesome hu mors were freely discharged by evaporation from the surface and through the bowels. A tonic, aperient and alterative medirinels now needed to Invigorate the vital powers depressed by a low temperature; to stimulate nnd purify the seorello, and to fit the body to endure, without inconvenience, pain or danger, the sudden climatic change which ushers in the Winter. The only preparation which will fully meet this almost universal need, nnd will thor oughly nnd safely perform the Important work, Is the leading tonic and nlteratlveof the age. Hi iSTETTEK 'S ST( I.MAI 'H BITTERS. This popular specific improves the appetite, Invigorates thu digestive organs, regulates t he flow of bile, enriches the blood, calms the nerves, relieves constipation, promotes su perficial circulation and evaporation, ami be ing composed solely of wholesome vegetable elements, with a pure stimulant as their dlf iusive vehicle, may be taken by the weakest without feiir. The flavor Is agreeable; for, al though the BITTERS arc a potent medic me. they contain no nauseating element. i "Who Would Suffer ?"-lt Is now 22 years since Dr. Tobias first introduced the " Vene tlnu Liniment " in the United States, and never In :t single Instance has his medicine tailed lo clo all, if not more, than U stated in his pamphlet. As an external remedy In cases of Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Toothache, Bruises, Burns, ( uts. Sores. Swell i.is. pnons., stints of Insect ami Pains in Litulis. Bftck and 'hest, as noucprmi eura tivo cowers are miraculous. Thken Inter nally for the cure of Cholera, Colic, Diarrhea, pvsciilery Sick Headache aud Vomiting, its Swothinij iiccl I'eiifitrnllpH cjimlitles are felt as soon as taken. The oath with which caoh tactile Is accompanied will show that there Is noticing injurious in its coiuikcsiiIou. Tiiou sauds of certificates have leen received speaking ot the rare virtues of ttiis valuable aiti"'. Any person alter having used it cence wl'l never be without It. Every bottle Of the Mahaine has the : !nature of "H. 1. Tobias" on 11"- eiusiue wraASacfj SOid by Iho Dnrgglsu ami Storcaej(,.;s throughout the Unltod States. Price, Sp cents. DNMli If Park Place, New Yorkc THE COMiTITUTItSlI dvEHTHROWM. The Coiislitulion and Health may lie ruined by a few applications of the lead or sulphur hair dyes now In Ihematket. " Nut a Dye" may lie the tto of such nostrums, but V 11K may h ne resnlt of uslug them. But ONE HAIR DYE has been TKlED AND ACQUITTED Oi all Heleici i otts tendency, under the Infalll laws of Science. Be it known to all. that Cristaooro's Excelsior Hair Dye lias been analysed by the distinguished chemist. Professor Chilton, ami his certificate ccf Its wholesoineueSH may he seen at Crista doro's, 11 Astor House, New Y'ork. CHISTAJJORO-S HAJ RPRESER VATI VE, as a Dressing, acts like a charm on the Hair after Dyeing. Try It, The Secret of Beauty lies in the use of Hatpin's MnKiiolln Balm for the 'tmiplcxlon. KiciiKhuesH, KocIucks, Blotches, Sunlinrn, Fic-cklcf anil Tan cHHpenr where 1( i ap plied, stud a bparitlfnl complexion of pure, satin-like texture is obtained. Thu plaiuoKt feature are made to glow with Healthinl Bloom and Youthlui Beauty. llemeintjer, Hasan's Magnolia Balm U the thing that produces these elfects, aud auy Lady ran seenre It for 73 oents at any of our stores. To Preserve and Dress the Hair nse Lyon's Katlcalrnn. a ALLCOCK'S PttRBuS PLASTERS. Siirr uml Ih-y Tlintit cured by half a Plaster; usually in two or three hours. Dr. Oreen, No. 863 Broadway, New York, In forms us he sold on Monday. June 2i. two Plasters to a young woiuau suffering very se verely from Inmliago. On Thursday she called to get two more lor a friend, and then slated how the two she had purchased on Monday had relieved her lmraedialely after puiting them cu, and cvrvd her in lyo tiny ecl a most distressing pain In her back ami loins. Alloock's Porous l'lnstcrs have been found spec i ti t lor Jllu ttiMttitdii 11 the H'ritU. In Remote Settlements of Untold Value. Fond makes blood; blood makes the body. U the lilood lie pure, the Ixxiy Is healthy. Ho If we are not In health, we know some Impu rities are linking about which must Ice re moved, and the sooner the bettr. ItrnnJr- !'.:'.: " '""if i row riu -ymrm I which JWury iu ftu no lotion. The wonderful cures effected by Hrannic c V Pills have arrested the attention ol enlight ened physlotani. Upwards of live thousand ; now use tbein in their daily practice, iciid I WO ICUUUCCU ccm c .....i . . ni iwti- inccny as to their Innocence and value, as cleansers of the Isiwels and blood. Thuir untold value Is Ui those living iu set tlement where docUira can only be had at great expense. For if you ar"p sick, you have onlv to take one or more doses of Brand ret h's Pills to get cured. Full directions are with each box. Hold by all druggists. Bstchelsr's Hair Oje.-Tlils splendid Hair Dye la the best in the world; the ouly true and period Dye; harrutesa, reliable, instantane ous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints; rciuedien tne III effect of bad Dyes; invigo rate and leaves the Hair soft and beautiful, HL.ACK or bkiiWn. Hold by all Druggist and Perfumers; and properly applied at Balcbel or'fi tVlg Factory, No. 16 Bond atreot, N. Y, From the l'liilndelidila Kvenlng Telegraph. Wc advise persons having diseased hair to use Prolessor Christy's celebrated Hair I.olio. It Ik put up In a bottle and box. La-ilu-s who one use Lollo discard every other preparation for tiie Hair, as It Is the best dressing for the Hair in the world. The Lo tto never falls to remove the worst casaaof Daudi cc i: . and restore gray and bleachtsi Hair la its natural color. For sale by cirugglst; sample bottles sent to any address in the United States by exprews for It, PROF. CHR1HTY & tXM 'o. 711 Chest nut street, Phlladelphiu, Pa. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Paris Mantel Clocks AND SIDE PIECES. F.D.BARNUM&CO. Old firm Pooley. Barnum & Co., 265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT New & Rich Jewelry. INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VINCENT'S INSTITUTION FOR TnK INSANE, St. Louis, Mo. This Inslitulmu was founded by the Sister's of Charity, Au gust 10, ISS8. It Is private and first-cliiss in Its arrangement and accommodation, in sane patients of both sexes and of all do nomluat ions are reouived, also those addicted to taking oplnm or other stimulant to ex cess and desire to correct. For terras, etc., apply to Dr. J. It. BAUDUY or the SISTER SUPERIOR. autfg TRUSTEES' SALES. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT TRUSTEE'S AUCTION. BYvlrtuo of a !xf. of Trust, recorded iu Book rl, potces iuk-'T-'K-'J of the IUcltUtr' Offlce of Sheliij county, 'IViiiu-hk?, t-xecuted i me by Henry G. Dent and Alexander M. Frrjfnuon. for the purione of seen rf n k n cor Uin imiel.i.-tniiss, therein riet forth, 1 will, itrcordlng to the terniH of said deed. On Wednesday, December 10, 1869, Between the honrsof 11 o'clock a-in. ajid 12 o'clock m., at the northeast corner of Union and Second streets. In the city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell at public auction, to the high est aud Icest bidder, for cash, wee from the right of redemption which is expressly wnlvett ihe following described real estate, lying in the county ofShelhy, Stale of Ten nessee, nnd in the city of Memphis, to-wlt; I-ot Number fourteen (14). in block sixty two (621, as laid down on what was formerly known as South Memphis, fronting one hun dred and ten (10) feet on the north side ol Beal street, nnd running back northwardly, between paiallel lines, twit hundred nnd forty-four ; ! feet to the dividing line between the John Rice and the Ramsey grants, it be ing the same ground on which receully stood ' The Botauleo Medical 'ollege " bnlhltng. Also, nnotber lot, being a part of lot num ber one 1 1. in block forty-six I sic, on the plan of south Memphis, nnd hounded as follows!" Beginning at a point on south side of Beal street, one hundred and forly-two feet, west from the intersection of the west side of I: Sc.!.. strcd with the south side of Beal siieet, an i running thence south wanlly, and perpendicularly from Beal street, one hun dred aud twenty-live (la5) .'set to an alley: thenct weslwafdly and parallel with Beal street, along said alley, one hundred and ti fty (1501 feet; thence northwardly one hundred and twenty-five 1 125) feet to Beal street; thence eastwardlv, with Bcal street, one hundred and fifty c'ItOi tect to the beginning. I will sell by the lot, or In parrels to suit purchasers. The title Is deemed good, but I will convey onlv as Trcstee. ocau JNO. If. i ARMACK, Trustee. LEGAL NOTICES. NOTICE. I WILL, nt the December Term, 10, of the County Court, apply tor letters ol Admin istration on the estnte of Edward Cherry, de censed. jde4 II. DOW. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. William Cownrd") vs. J- Landlord's Hen, Code 3."1 1, Angus. Taylor. I section BF.FoRK James Ham.. Justice of the Peace forMielhy county, alfldavlt having been uisde in this iause. and attachment issued and let ttined, levied upon the crop made upon the premises; It is therctore ordered that publication be made In the Memphis Dally i"'f.. ... a newspaper publnhe4l In the city of Memphis, for lour successive weeks, com manding the said Angus. Taylor to appear before me nt my offlce,city of Memphis, inthc Hth Civil District of said county, on the 7th day of January, 1K7J, ami make defence to laid suit agaiust him, or it will lie proceeded with export''. JAMES BALL, Justice Peace for Shelby county. J. E. TEMI'LE, Attorney. dec3 Attachment Notice. C. A. Taylor vs. Hanson Holbrook. AFFIDAVIT for attachment having been made in this cause, in pursuance of sec tion Ht55 of the Code of Tennessee, and at tachment having been Issued, levied aud re turned, etc.: It 1, therefore ordcrwl. Thai the said de- I lendants appear tcefore me, on the 1st day of January, itu. si tu o ciock nm., nmi ctctenct said suit, ot the same will le taken for con fessed icnd the ease heard cxnarte; und thatn copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Daily Appeal. s. A. MOOHE, J. P. For Shelby county, Tennessee. Srrnggs & Duncan. Attorneys. no'iO Attachment Suit. Municlpal Court of ihe t'tly ot Memphis. H. a. Taylor Co, Plslntlffr, vs. W. T. Baker and P. Morgan, Defendants. 'I.EBK'aOFricK. November JS. VFFIDAVIT tor atlschment having Is-n made in lids c-ase in pnrsuance cf section -!.! of the Code of Tenneasee, nnd attai'hmeul i iiuving been issued and returned by the proper officer " levied, etc.," on the property of tne delendants, Baker .V Morgan: It is thereto-reordered. That said defendants ; jjM;ftr at th Mnnicioal Courtrooru, in ihe ; fty 01 M (in phu, Tenn:, on or hefore the first ; Tu-sclay In aunary nexT, and defend this : suit, or the same will tee takeh for confessed J :cs to them, and the cast set for hearing ex-i parte; and mat a uopy of this oruer be pub- ilshed once a week, for four consecutive ! weeks, in the Memphis Dally Appeal. A popy; PB ' NK TAFT. Clerk. ' HyM Wyatt, Att'ys tnr Plaintlffii. no.no : Non-Resident Notice. No. .W3In the chancery Court of Memphis, ; Tennessee. Valerious Haniord. Executor, etc., vs. W. J. Norris et kL TT ..jcp. 1 1 . from ufRdavil in this cause I that the d-terdnt, John U Armour, K A. Jiandrsick, Q. D. .Campbell, It. W. Campbell and O. T). Uilw.n, Adm'rs ccf Mrs. F. P. Drake, are non-resldeuts ol theststeof Tennessee: j it 1. tic. -relon- ordered. That they make I heir j appearance herein, at the Courthouse In the i t-it vol Memphis. Tenn.. on the rtist Monday I in January. 1K70. and plead, answer or de mur to Complainant Hill, or the same will be i taken for confessed as to them, and set for i healing exparte; and that a copy cd this or- I der ls pnbflhed once a week, lor fonr suc-,c- c . its, in .Ice Memphis Appeah AllUt7HT(N ALSTON, Clcik aud Muster. A copy attest; By Bbnj. O01.MAN, Deputy 1 Ictk and Master. Haniord Kay, Hols, for Complainant, noi; Non-Resident Notice. In the Circuit Court of Shelby county D. Boweii and wife. Km ma Ij., vs. Paul ft Kay, a minor Petition for Division of Ileal Ka tate. IT appearing: lrr.ee; arrtu.,vil in Ih! cause .'that the deft iiilant, Paul C. Kay, Is a non resident of the state of Tennessee: It Is Ihereiore ordered. That he make his appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis. Tcnu.. on the fourth Monday In January, IS7C, and plead, answer or demur to complainant hill, or. t he same will be taken lor confessed as to him and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy ol this order lie published onoa a week, for wur successive weeks, inthc Memphis Daily Ap peal. M. D. 1.. STKWAUT. Cleric. A copyattest : Bv H. F. 1 01.KM.lv, Deputy clerk. Scruggs & Duncan, Sols, lor complalnanf. MM Non-Resident Notice. Municipal Courl of Memolils, November Term, 1W. ,U15, A.Ic-rt. Hill, Adm'r of M. R. Hill, de ceased, vs. BaOMS Hticut. ON motion nf plalnttrr" attorney, nnd it ciPijc-Hrliiic to thi) sattsractlon ol the Court rriMl ari original uttnchment was had and levied in this ea., returnable to this term of thu Court; and It further appearing that the defendant la a non-resident of thlfl Httite, net that the ordinary prtceess of law cannot lie served upon him: It Is ordered that publication be made, tor four successive weeks In the .Memphis Appeal, a newspaper published in the city of Memphis, reiiirlhK iciici to appear before the -Indue of this I ourt, at the court-room of said court, on USaflrifl TtieKday in January. 1S7. helm; one cf Ihe days of January Term. IsTtl, ot said Court, or inclement, by delimit, will be taken against lillff." l'IUKl( TAKi' Clerk. Stephens .i Stephens, Atl'y forPllfl. no21 Administratrix' Sale. ON MONDAY. THF. 2Stm DAY OP NO veinlter, Isiiy. I will proceed to sell, on the premises of the lute P. U. Peyton, In Bhftlby Hiuntr and State of Tennessee, to the higlitil ti.ddf.r all the personal effeots of l. II. Peyton, deceased, consisting ccf horses, mules, c-aitle. iiccirs, farming fools, wagons, corn and fodder, liouseiiolct and kilchen tur iitturn. Sale to commence at f o'clock. Terms cash. M. A. PEYTON, una) Adni'i of P. 11. Peyton, dee'd. Insolvent Notice. HAVINr? qualified its the Administratrix of the estate of B S. Wj line, deceased, i and suggested the Insolvency thereof to the i icuntv Court Clerk; nil tervons Indebted to said estate are hereby requested to come for- I ward and make sell lenient ; and all persons holding claims against the sunie, are notillecl to appear and Hie theui, duly authenticated In tne manner prescribed by law. on or be fore the first day of March next, or they will I be forever barred, both in law and equity. MAKTHA W. WYNNE, Aduc'x of IS. S. Wynne, deceased. Tliis Noveiniier II, l!x. no!2 j ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. FI SAL SKTTLEMKNT. TIIAVE file-d my accounts and voucheis In the cai-e of my Admlnfstration of the Ks ate of Thomas Kimble, deceased, with the , Clerk of our County Conrt, and will apply at I be in XI term of.tlieroun iohavetne seine allowed aud coirflrmed, when those (cersons j enter, sled may all1 ml and enter their objec tions. If any they have. HENKY T. JONE8, Adm'r. November 8. Vm. novS j Administratrix Notice. VTOTK E is hereby given, that the under jl signed was, at the October Term, Inw. ol the county Court of Shelby county, duly qualified as Administratrix of the estate of Edwin Whitfield, deceased; and lhat all per sons having claims against the said estate are required to present theui, duly authenti cated, wltliiu the time prescribed by law, or tlie-y will be barred; and those Indebted to the same are requested to make Immediate payment. Persons having business con nected with estate willcall upou Major Virgil V. Moore, No. 1 Howard's Kow. not FANNY T. wmiribi.", vum x. ATTACHMENT NOTICE- J. W. Jefferson vs. t. Henry McConnack. AFFIDAVIT for Attachment having been j made In this cause. In pursuance of sec- i tlon ;i,455 of the code of Tennessee, and attach- ' ment having lajen issued, levied, and return- ! ed, etc. It Is therefore ordered that the said defendant appear ttetore cue, on thenuth day of Decerning, at 10 o'clock, a.m., and defend said suit, or the same will be taken for con fessed, and the case beard ex parte, and that a copy of the order be published once a week. teir IOlir SUn-WSIIC) wrcerc to Lite eietiipiiiH Daily Awkal. JAMEISHAI.L.J. P., for Ktaelby County, Tenn. IIXHX, HEAlOi AMlLLM. Attorneys. no8 NOTICE. IWI I.L npply, at the December Term id-oui Hbelhy County Court, for n uondriunTlon of my settlement as the Administratrix nf the estate of the late Dr. Zeno T. Harris, de ceased. All persons Interested are hereby notified. "Cd i K. F. HARHJM. RAILROAD MEETING. BY authority of tho stockholder "s conven tion, held at AU-rdeeu, Miss., on Uth No vember, UsW, I am Instructed to notify the sKtckholders In the Memphis, Holly Springs, okolona aud Selma Railroad ('ompany to meet at Okolona, Miss., on KRIDAY. S DE CEMBER, 1860, for thu purpose of electing Thirteen Directors lor the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may come before them. All are requested to be present. MINOR MERIWETHER, it2a lievretary. Walker Brothers & Co 229 MAIN STREET, 229 CLAY BUILDING. RETAIL STOCK MARKED DOWN ! RETAIL STOCK MARKED DOWN ! RETAIL STOCK MARKED DOWN! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! BARGAINS ! A SURPRISING REDUCTION ! As GveryixMiy is awaro that wo are going out of the RETAIL DRY GOODS BUSINESS, we therefore will eontinnc to soli our ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK OF Clothing, Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods AT GREATLY OUR RETAIL STOCK MUST BE SOLD, AS WE Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business. no28 v 8 Carolina Life OF MEMPHIS, Hon. JEFFERSON M. J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President. W. F. BOYLE, Secretary Assets over : : : Annual Income over principal officeno. 291 main street. W It lei with ranch pleasure the Managers of this Company tender o its Pnllcy Holder and the public their congratulations on Its success for the past two years, Its present condi tion aud future prospects. Policies Issued on all the improved plans of Life Insurance. We refer the general public to our policy holders. TT. X3. BTJIiTTTiJaY, 33. F. W HITS. Tr., Special Asent. Stat o Agont for Toan wman SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, General Office, 17 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. ASSETS 1st NOVEMBER, Dividends to Policy-Holders, BOAIclD OF1 MEMPHIS, R. C. BRINKLEY. Pres't M. and L. R. R. R. W. H. CHERRY, Pres t Chanjberof Commerce F. M. WHITE. President, M. and T. R. R. AMOS WOODRUFF, Vice-Pres't, Memphis. F. S. DAVIS, Pres t 1st Nat. Bank. Memphis. C. KORTRECHT, Att'y-at-Law, Memphis. T. A. NELSON, President, Memphis. OPFICEf?.fii i T. A. NELSON, President. SEN MAY, Secretary. AMOS WOODRUFF, First Vice-Prest'. F. M. WHITE, Second Vice-Pres't. C. T. PATTERSON, Ass't Secretary. F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer. THOMPSON Sl CO., Agents for Tennessee and North Kpiiprnl ' J. T. PETTIT. Wm. SIMPSON. PETTIT SIMPSON, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 15 UNION STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal Advances made on Consignments. Instructions Strictly Obeyed. GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. -n O UI H m m IP ftp s,S- 90 o rO O CO CO O -1 CO P 3 3 S i- 3 O -n m 73 - 2.2.S tt- 3 50 fp Bft n V) 30 m m CO CD 50 in I'D 3 O O 3. OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS. TRADERS, COTTOIW FACTORS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 3sA Front Street, CONSIGNMENTS to us by river Insured In our open policy. Orders promptly filled, and liberal cash advances on produce, A ton tinual Increase of our business Is the best evi dence of satisfaction given. sel daw REMOVAL. REMOVAL. O. N". O 33, Jr., SADDLERY, AND SADDLERY HARDWARE, HAS REMOVED TO 3X7 l-B MAIN noU T. 500 Bags Cotton Yarn sOMPRUUNQ several makes. We will V make an extra discount to parties wnnt- lug round lots. Yi . iv. Ja'joitc s CO., nu JW Mala tiuwie WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST. Insurance Co. TENNESSEE. DAVIS. President, J. T. PETTIT, 2d Vice-President. J. H. E0M0N0S0N, Geaeral Agent. $654,000 00 500,000 00 1869, OVER - $600,000 July 1, 1869,-40 PER CENT o DIRECTORS : TENNESSEE. I HUGH TORRANCE. Cotton Farfor, Memphis J J. WELLER, Slerckar.t, Memphis. C. W. FRAZER, Attorney-at-Law, Memphis J. W. McCOWN. Merchant, Memphis. ! H. A. PARTEE, Ccm. Merchant, Memphis. ! C. C. SPENCER. President, Louisville. Ky. I JOHN B. CORDON. President, Atlanta, Ga Mississippi. Orders for Supplies filled at Lowest Rates. bo24 TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST!! Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WILL TO!? AS FOLLOWS ON THI Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave iMemphls (city ttmeW .00 a.m. 2:45 p.m. Morning train from Mem plus ikees not run on Suuday. Leave Memphis, city time, I .no a.m. 2:45 p. m. Arrive at Naashvilte 11 34s pun. 5:UUa.m. Sleeping Cars on Kvenlng Train from Mem phis U Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at the Comri Main street, and at Depot, h iofflce.237 1-2 f Mains. or by the MC BimXCLliC I "llt"e'ke'C, III Memphis City Transfer Company: at Hotels, t'nvate lieslilcncCM, or eili iKiaro ttctais, xo an priiirtpal iointa Kast and North. SAM. B. JONES, anpt. Sell Howkll. Iass-iiKer Agent. suKO Memphis and Ohio Railroad, Louisville A Nashville R. R. Co., lessees. FREItiHT OFEICK. MKMPHIS. TKN.N'.. (Icteils-r 'J. N and alter this ilstc, :iit i-'reiahts lor or this rnad, except Cottwu, will be received at she Navy Yunl Warehouse, foot ef Market street. Delivery of Freights, as heretofore, at head ; of Main street. A. J. KNAPP, Agent. A. A. Paton. O. F. A. cccdl Tri-weekly Stage Line. U. S. Mall and Passenger Coaches from Gaines Landing to Camden, Ark. LEAVES GAINES' LANDING Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays AT 7 A.M. no wit POPE & MITCHELL. Mississippi and Tennessee R.R. CHANGE OP TIME. ON AND AFTXR SUNDAY, NOV. II, lSt, until further notice, trains will run wi follows: New Orleans Mail. Daily Leaves Mem phis at 12 mc, making direct connections for New Orleans, Vlcksbnrg aud all point Sooth. Express, Daily Leaves Memphis 4:15 p.m.. making direct connection for Coffeevllle. Water valley, Uxford, Holly Springs, and all points North of Urenada, on Mississippi Central Railroad. Hcisajage checked through Procure tickets at 2SR)., Main street, or at tha Decj pot. umuinuses win it. Omnibuses will call for udJ ciieck baggage iv leaving orders at Main street. A. S. LIVERMURK, C. P. Oaklbv, G. T, A. InoM Oon'J sjup't. ARRIVED! PER SHIP MINNIE A. 40 BUTTS GENUINE SHERRY WINES, ASSORTED GRADES, FROM THE CELEBRATED HOUSE OF GONZALEZ & BYASS, OF JEREZ DE LA FRONTERA, " SPAIN," WHICH WE WILL SELL AT NEW YORK IMPORTERS' 60LD PRICES, OR EQUIVALENT IN CURRENCY B. J. SESAMES & CO. )&f Having learned that parties in this and other cities, pretend lo el the " Yanniasee" Whiaitey, we hereby give notice that we will bring unit torn damages against any RESPONSIBLE party veo may discover attempting to seil :hl brand f Whiskey, and will publish them as selling a SPURIOUS article. We have had the sole use and control of the " Yacnissee" brand for nearly twenty years, an none is genuine without our brand on the barrels. 3. J. SEMMES Sl CO. FRESH WARM GOODS ! FLANNELS HD LINSEYS. BLANKETS- WHITE AND GRAY, KERSEYS AND JEANS. WHITE KENTUCKY JEANS AND LINSEYS, 0SNABURGS 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 WM. R. MOORE &. CO., 299 Main Street Memphis. Tenn. WILLIAM ORGII.L. DUfFD OBUILU OrgiH Brothers & Co. IMPORTERS HARDWARE & CUTLERY, NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. A C eMPLKTE ASsOKTMENT OK FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE nr are DIRECT IM ?V Domestic Uoods frc. t he trade. We are HOLE Gill Steel Srush Cotton Gin ; Marvin & Co.'s Greatly celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safes. Sorghum Mills, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wheat and Com Mills. And many other article too nrmerou to mention. Acrieuitnr! Implement In gmt v i rlety. French window UUm. uku. MptaU, ( I TERMS t AHH. OK SSIUKT CITY Ac ! CUBBINS IROIM FOUNDERS H AVINtl THE LAROEHT AXD MOOT COMPI.STE EOUNDRY AXD MACHINE SHOP I the South wott, are prepared to do all work in THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER THKY KEEP ON II AND A STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES Which will be cut ant fitted I order, promptly and well. One of the firm give constant at tention to the building of the very best FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS, Which, for dnrablllty and satisfactory working, are unsurpassed. BMCTTEM, BOLTTN CLOTHES AND i .KATHF.lt BF.LT1NU, is full supply, and cheaper toan eUewhera. UNION FOUNDRY, Adams St.-aet, between Fourth and Bayou. Memphis. Tenn. Memphis Nursery, o A CHOICE SELECTION OF APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT NECTARINE QUINCE & ALMOND TREES. GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY CONCORD AND SCUPPERNONG. ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. A very thrifty stock, at moderate prices. Address IBLOOQISr cfc GILBERT, R. B. KuKN, ) J.M.UII.11KRT.JR.X JOHN PUNNETT, Of Now York. W. J. PORTER, PORTER, PACE CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 140 Pearl Street, New York MISCELLANEOUS. AI.CX. MURRAY. ft K. Kltie.KI. MURRAY & RIDGELY, -MERCHANT TAILORS, 31 MADISON STREET, Eant of Clark's Jewelry Store, MEMPHIS, TENN.. NEW YORK AND ST. LOUIS ROSS. ROBERTS & CO., sUstft vMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 91 Front Stukkt, New York, Pay special attention to the pu: urchase of Cof- lee, Sugar, Syrups, Ragging pe. Iron, Tlfc e-!e- . e-le. Blcckinar, Roberts, Chandler & C& c. North Commercial Street. :m i .i.v kk. sr. Louis, Mt mwx coMwmuaa liiii i i" Make the purchase of Ragging, Ripe. Haceni, Klieiir, Corn and other Western Prixlueis a Mpwialty, giving close attentlou U freights Cftutracts and condition it gooils. H'' Chance for Making Money. WT E are desirous of closing out business a VV Ratesrllle, on the Mississippi ami Ten nessee Railroad. Toany one wishing to com mence business, we would sell our small and well selected stock of Dry Uoods AT COST AND CARRIAGE. For further Information we would refer to Mr. W.J. Smith, with Menken Bros., Me ra phis, Tenn., or tons at Batesvllle. se WALKKK .t STANFORD- To the White Mea of the 12th Civil District. day bast. SMITH," FROM CADIZ, . I DXMISOX. jc. a. 1 cu AND DEALERS IN twt aiso. Buckeye Reapers and aMcns. Hrltini, w heal lie. rehire, eic i .l'I A M K, myU & GUNN, AIMD MACHINISTS AND- 308 Front St., 3MConxplxi". T- J. W. PAGE, Jb., Late of Memphis Registration Notice. 'TMIE fo ng appointments '. trebv announced: eiegistrm- 1 tloi First W . Miller, SS Main street. -Wm. chase, jr.. ti Poplar as. C P. Adams, l5 Second -tree. Klfth Ward R. J. Uoughner. Room Jl Court House. ixth Ward-Wm. A.Melsom. Wsidran Bloek. Seventh Ward O. C. Jones, corner Hernando ctreet and south Market House. Elglith Ward-Wru.Tait.Riuff City Mills.Pop- I J. D. Danbnry. Chelsea House, lB. f. Boon, sr.. corner Hernando onlcewill be open from 9 o'clock fr""" TP BOUOHNER, of Regnitration for Shelby County. Choice Home at a Bargain. am My place near German town, Tenn., Is for sale. It contains about Ninety Acres, about Sixty open and In cultivation, the bal ance in Umber; orchards of choice fruit. Ap ples, Peaches, Pears, etc This place fronts on Memphis and Charleston Railroad, about one-quarter of a mile from the Dfcpot. A very comfortable Dwelling with all neees sary out-buildings. The location is particularly lnvlMn to the business men of the city. I am determined to sell and feel satisfied that the pries and terms can be made satisfactory to the pur chaser. I will take pleasure in showing the piste to any who may favor me with a call. nolO I. M. WOODSON WM. FRYE, Portrait 3EaiX3.tox-. Has returned to the ctty. and win. In ru mri nave his studio at H anbury's old