THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - SATUEDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1869.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
Office of thi Daii.t Appeal, )
Memphis. December 24. 18b. (
Tbe money market waa active, both in
becking and depositing, as a result of the
(risk holiday trade in every department,
and increased balances were reported at
the leading hanks. There was also a fair
bgtaiaea in Exchange at H off. buying,
and off to par, selling. Small currency
is in better supply, and stimulates general
trade materially. It is coming back from
I be country to a very liberal extent.
There was a fair demand for Uold, with
light offerings, and dealer were eager
buyers at 1201'; selling at 122. In New
York Gold closed at 120fc .
City Scrip is inactive and nominal. Its
suture depends very much on the result
'if the municipal election.
County Scrip Is quiet at 68fg.70c.
ITo State Bonds called to-day.
The 10:30 a.m. dispatch Irom New York
yesterday quoted Gold at 130,, and the
market unchanged in every respect.
(rOvarnmerjU dull; Sterling steady at
10SX, Gold carrying at 6.
Government securities vere dull in New
York; quoted as follows:
RtuUr.f 1881 118
A- Bonds of 1882 "3 9r-
5-30 " 1864 UIK(3
-S-20 ,1865 im(
jMbo, new lis-si's
.:u-4t Bonds .
Hallway and Express Shares were quiet
without features of Interest, and ruled as
Cimoti . " '.
Western Cnion Telegraph Co 3
Weils. Fargo A Co.'a Express..
r "nited States Express
Merchants Union Express.
Xew York Central
New York Central Scrip
Michigan Southern 85?i
Illinois Central 13!
1ereiand and Pittsburg S2
Thieagosnd Northwestern. 6S
clicago sad Northwestern preferred. 82
Rock Islaad 105
Fort Wavne 84
Pacific Mail -
All Boards adjourned at an early hour
to Monday, in observance of Christmas,
and little business was done. There was
no call for State bonds.
There was some demand to-day, on
"Nashville account, for Bank of Tennessee
money, of which there were liberal offer
ings at We.
The New York weekly bank statement
was telegraphed as to! lows yesterday:
JIW YORK WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
Lioans decreased - 11,738,914
Specie decreased l,t4K,118
Deposits decreased 3,907.6V
Legal Tenders decreased JlS.atl
Circulation increased 2-,504
CkL am beb of Commerce, 1
Memphis, December 24. 1889. J
The market wa without decided
change, though offering were on a more
liberal scale, occasioned rf a demand
fiom the country for money r Christ
mas purposes, which enabled regcUvr buy
ers, as well as local speculators, t pick
up a number of small lots at rates consid
erably below what was asked on tables.
The business of the day, including some
purchases on speculation, was 1388 bales,
mostly at a basis of 24c for Middlings.
rdlnary was heavy, and sales were at
2122c. The ruling price for Low Mid
dlings was 23 Sc. We learned of some at
Mat Dut tne ame price was realized on
Strict Good Ordinary. Mtained ranged
from 22 to 22?4c. M-ist of the Middlings
7,..ld was at 84c. Good Middlings were ia
. ;.-aund at 25c, but were picked up in a
iall war at prices. Sales of (ioxl
.dinary were generally at MQMa,
" here was mo report from Liverpool. In
New York there was no material change,
! plands closing dull at 2525' ,c
COTTON 8TATEM KM.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1889.. 94
Received to-dav l.tW
Rsoeived previously 121.8M ir.,712
Shipped to-day 349
Shipped previously in2,548-102,8S7
Stock on hand at noon to-day 20,939
Memphis and Charleston R. R -fos
Mississippi and Tennessee R. R
Memphis and Ohio H. R 78
Memphia and L. R. R. R. 304
Wagons, est ISO
Memphis and Ohio R. R 549
COTTOH Ol SEW YORK.
The 1 p.m. dispatch says: Cotton mar
ket dall. with more sellers than buyers.
Kales .vo bales on the spot, and 550 for fu
ture. Tbe foliowiug was received at IsB p.m. :
Cotton steady. Sales to spinners, MM
speculation, 923; export, !'; contiacls,
100 for Deccmler, 24?c; 100 for January,
24-4c; 400 for February, Vc; 100 for April,
33c. Sale of tbe week, lo.40 Iwles; to
stunners, ; speculation, 101C ; export,
2708; contracts, 14,000 hale.
Tbere were no receipt of importance
either per rail or river to-day, and there
were few transactions amoDK first hands,
though a brisk retail and holiday trade
w driven in every department. The
oitv swarmed with arrivals from the coun
try, white and black, and the circulation
of currency in jexchaiifre for fancy gro
oeriea, dry goods, holiday goods, etc,
luuat have aggregated a conaiderable
The tone of tbe provision market la one
of extreme dullness. Price are on the
decline liorth, and tbe idea prevails that
tbe hog crrtp has been greatly underesti
mated. Stock here are light, however,
and our merchants are managing to work
off eonaiderable is a retail way without
Bawimi-There Is norttange in priets,
though all kinds are weak. HeavA- K-n-tncky.
S&grX'tc: India, HQ,
Bitttbb There is a fair demand for
choice, and the market i well stocked.
Choice Roll, 8&c; Good, 3ofe3-; Common,
Broom Steady demand at f3 to 96 per
Bboomcobs RecetpW Uht. sJelllng at
f!iV-t per ton.
BciLOEBs' M atkbiai. Lime $2 00 per
barral. Cement steady; Louisville.
93 25; Roneodale, 94 5a Piaster, 96 00.
Hair, in 40 lb bales, 92 75 to 3. Fire
brie 96 to . Building Brick per M.
Oobskeal Kilndrie4, ir. lot. 94 65(5,
4 75; fresh, light weight, t nnlU, 94 409
OorFEB Prices are unchanged,
skimmings, 17&18e; common to fair
mr- ttrime. Mast! ohoioe, 24c;
guavra. 2Va6c; , i&36.-.
Cottojt Tl ITB 400, 22c; 600. 20c;
000, lsc; 700, 16c.
CsTBBsb E.D. 19c. Factory 19c W R.
Cottons kk d The mill pay 912 pr ton
on levee, and 912 60 delivered at mills,
buyer furnishing sacks.
Eofts There ia a good demand at 47(5,
Fuocbv All grade are quiet and prices
steady. Super, 94 50&5; X, 96 255 60;
XX, 95 -ibQfi 25; XXX and Fancy, 96 75
Fbesh M BAi-Dresed Pork 12(,12K
Beef, hindqusrtor, 68c; forequarter,
35c, Mutton, (a,' :
Fbcits We note a fair demand for all
kinds. Applea sell at 92 60 to H 00 per
bbl., as to quality and condition. Dried
Apples 7c; Dried Peaches B&lOc for
quarters and halves; Peeled, 1012Kc;
lemons, 910a.91O 60 per box; Orange,
fi t per bbl.
Kish Mackerel No. 1, bbla 924925;
bbls 912 60913 00; No. 2, in bbls 917 60;
f do 98 75; No. 1, kits 92 K&93; No. 2
do 92 15$92 25; No. 3, 91 90(32. White
dab, ,i obis, pi. Sardine 21 X22 per
case for quarters; $85 for halves.
Feei There is some demand for Corn
and sales on levee were at 91
95e some in second-band sacks. Oat
are scarce and firm at 87Xc in tore.
Bran, scan. Hay, $28(28. Cooked
Cottonseed Meal. $22(ft23 per ton, loose, at
Game asd Pocltby Chickens are
doll at $3 5W4 00 per do. Ducka
$ 50. Geese 7a8- Turkey 1420;
Wild Duck a,4. Wild Geese $810.
Wild Turkey $1215. Venlaon 79c.
Bear meat, 18&20C. Quail $2 252 50 per
do. Squirrels, $2. Rabbits, $3. Dressed
Turkeys 18fe22c ier lb.
Gunnies Good demand for second
hand at 16c to 17c.
Hides Prices are weak. Dry Flint
17c; Dry Salt 14c; Green Salt 9 to 9Ho;
Iron Ties Demand light. We quote
6J to 7Jc.
Live Stoce Only extra cattle are In
demand. We quote: corn fed ftfa.7c, gross ;
good grass, 4fAOC; inferior to common,
2H'3c. Hogs are firm at y&lOe gross:
choice Sheep, $4($6 per head ; Milk Cow,
$30(g,$fl0; Work Oxen, $70120 per yoke.
Molasses Prices are firm. Prime to
choice Louisiana, 7583c; Golden Syrup,
Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, $5 25 to
5 75 for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10;
Pitch $8 per bbl; Oakum $5 to $6 per
Produce - Market weak. Potatoes
sell at 758Sc per bushel from store.
Neshannocks and Peaehblowa per bbl.,
$2 iKa,- Mb Onions, $4.
Provisions There is a ligbt
jobbing trade doing. Mess Pork, $32 00.
No Kaon in market. Clear Bulk
Sides 17(g,17, shoulders 12!&13c. Break
fast Bacon -:!22c. Sugar-cured Hams
22'n-23c. Lant is firm; tierces 18Hc;
kegs 20; caddies 2122c.
Powder Blasting $4 50 per keg. Rifle
Kile Carolina, 9!'c. Louisiana, 8
Salt 2sh lb barrets, S)I; 7-bushel
barrels, $3 5tX3 75; Liverpool sauks.
SfoARs All grades are firm. Common
Louisiana, lafijjlil.c; Fir, 12X(12c;
Fully Fair, 13'i13c; Prime, 13J
(3,14c; Yellow clarified 14H15c;
White claritied 1616c; Sxtra C. 15X
18c; Crushed 17l4S17lc
Spirits Dtmand active, and market
steady. Common Whisky 75c to $1 00;
Proof $1 25 to 1 35.
Soda inu.,-."an, boxes, 7c; do. keg,
6 to ?c. English, txixw 8,'T(a,9c; do. kegs
Shot Drop, per bag, $2 75; Buck $3.
Snuff Garrett, box, $18; packed, $8.
Soap Palm Soap. 6Kc; No. 1 do. 7 : .' :,c
Panola do. Mb; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra
Family, 8 to 9c; Castile nX., imported do.
25 to 28c.
Starch 6 to 7c per lb.
Tallow Dull at Sc.
Vi N eoar Cider vinegar $8 to 10 per bbl ;
Wine ill to 14.
ARKANSAS RIVEIl LINE.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet ,
Company-U. S. Mail Line.
Dl'RINO th pr.fnt high water In the Ar
knn:ts Kivcr. tliiM CooipHOy will run the
foIlowlDK fleet of elecant pasaanger boattf
through to FORT SMITH.
TH0S. H. ALLEN,
W. A. CALDWELL
. Nowland, master
OI AVS, 7ii t' KSDATS
1... i.s ;
tliey ofler. und
tbe travellna p
kansa Ktv r
Frpitlit". will I
and w ttli'"jt aft
i- ulegant-tliey leave on lima
odatloui. uiiMirpassed, and
this arrangement , nnprece
to emigrants, shippers, and
ng to ship over this line
relght t-o " Memphis and Ar
aciret fonipany, Memphis.'1
forwa. .t. ' al our card rates,
rge forhandlina al Memphis
For Freight or
r.isase apply to or aticres
iOHN D. ADAMS. President.
No. 1 Madison U, Stanton Mock.
WM H KF..VNKPAY. Agent. delg
FUR FORKED DEER RIVER.
For Hsile's P.. int. Key t urner, Dyersburg,
and al) ln'i rmedlate Landings.
The splendid i
wheel passenger packet
fi SALLIE V.i
ti. H. Miller, must' w H. Pai Iter, clerfc.
EVERY THURSDAY, AT 5 P.M. !
For freight or pa-mae apply on ixrd.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Rrgular Memphis and hew Origins Packet.
MAUFNTA J. F. Hicks, maatr I
John H. bullivan. Clerk.
The only Mt-nit.his and New Or
leans pa'-act. i-nves MemphL
WediHlay Jsnuary 1Mb 1
We.inesdsy February 3d
Weduisday February WU i
de21 LLl.lorr MILLER, Agenta. ,
Regular Wednesday Packet, for Vieksbnrg,
Natchez aod New Orleans.
Magnificent Low-Pressure Steamer
O-reat IlopiiTDllo, :
W. B. Ujualdson master.
Will leave hs aoove, Wephehpay, Decern i
ber 1st. st 5 o'rjttck p.m.. and every alternate i
Wedues,Uy I rt.-t esttr.
For all reliable information, apply st ths
G.neral PsM-ner Departuient, No. 1 Prome
ni.de. lt"t of J'fl'ion street. Passenger
procuring tickets st this office secure Stale
Rooms. . H.SUlX-K,
noa Ticket Agent.
Regular Memphis and Naw Orleans
FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BENOS
The large and magnificent passenger steamer
W.R.aonallAii, rnaKter J. H-AtklDtoD, cleric
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE
WEDNESDAY, December 1st, at 5 p.m
An l every alternate Wednesday thereafter, j
For freight or passage apply on board or is '
Lt V t 4 R0BBINS, Agents.
16 jeffenson Street.
LARRY HARKM au igent.
ro2.1 12 Madison Street.
FOR WHITE RIVEU.
Speed, Safety and Comfort -Elliott Line.
t White River Independent Packet
na. Friar's Point, Devsll's Bluff.
bVx-k, Hot Springs . Searcy, Des
AusuKta aii.1 Jackson port.
I.FOA1. TENDER Joiiu U. L.ilUtt. mastei
This firit-clsas side-wheel p'
sender steamer will loaveassbo
LVERV Tl'l.DAY. at ft'lo.- p.m.
Conneeta with steamer Moilte Ormts tor all
points on Upper While and Black river.
ELLIOTT A MILLER. Aaenta.
Prom-uadeaud Jefferson KU.,opp. Landing.
D A V I S - rfd
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY.
THE splendid side-wheel Passenger ftteara- 1
X ers Liberty No. 2, and Commercial, will 1
between Meuihls and White, Id
and BlacK Rivers, leaving Met
Tuesday and Katurti tf, at 5
Theae tsiata have been .locked am
repaired and furnlsl .-d with
making them asgoodasnew. Tl
i i.i....'. .. .. tt'hllv HhI a;n!
tie Red and
have taken one-half the stock ia this 11ns.
thus making it a permanent and rellabls
"Home liutflutlon. We hope, hy strict at
tention ta bUKlnass and ,owATa, to merit
a fair share of public patronage.
JOHN B. DAVIS Superintendent.
Consign freight to "Davit Line," Memphis.
Ten n LEVY ROBEINH, Agent.
nold No. is Jefferson street. Memphis.
FOB MOUND CITY.
For Arkansas and Texas.
TRAVELER OR EMIGRANTS going ta
Arkansas or Texas should cross the river
at this point on steamer
LAURA Cheek master
to Cheek's Lauding. Four miles of land
travel ssved. Boat makes four trips dally
Fare oas-aalf that of tmr liallatia. sail
SILKS & CLOAKS
AT A BARGAIN,
English Poplin Dress Pattern,
For $2 00.
French Poplin Dress Pattern,
Silk Epingeline Poplin, per yard,
Black Gros Grain Silk, per yard,
AT A SACRIFICE,
Evening Silks, Spangled Tarle
tans and Robes,
CLOAKS ! CLOAKS ! CLOAKS !
BARGAINS IN FURS,
Complete Water Mink Set for $5
Complete Black Coney Set for $4.
Childrens' Ermine Sets for $4 50.
Genuine Mink Sable Sets for $25.
Ladies' Ready-made Walking Suits
from $10 upwards.
263 Main, Corner of Court.
NeW Firm NOW GOOdS
SOUTHWORTH & THAYER.
i WHOLESALE DEALERS
Boots, Shoes & Hats
199 Main St. Memphis.
At competing prices wilh any other
Market. Goods ISolo only t Mkr
chasts. SaiiKfa;tioii guaraiitcxl iu ev
j ery Instance. aeaodotw
GOOOBAR & GILLILAND,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
J01 MAIN STREET, WEBSTElt BIAK'K. j
We are now receiving our full .tock, tbe j
. largest we have ever oflered to tiie trade. I
Mkki ii .'.r- will find it to their lniereat to
examine before hityiu. angll
Petro Oil Headquarters!
Cor. Msm and Washington Sts.,
MEMPHIS, TEN St.
muni r-oai f o nrn 11 ncai roc !
nnULLOALr. Ok ntlHIL ULNH.no,
AVE ON HAND NOW. AND OFFER FOR
Sale, at LESS than the usual prices :
1060 Cook Stoves, of various kind and
400 Heating Stoves;
300 barrels Petro Oil;
A large stock of Lamps, Tin Ware, etc.
w Country merchants will flml if to tbetr
Interest to see oar (mods and l.' l'lvl' K.
we are the oniv parties wlio tiave the
RIGHT TO ULL ths c
lebrat'M Petro t ill.
. ' R. 4 R
corner M. wntl W
T. L. Al.nJ,
L. F. Ovekton,
ALDEN & OVERTON,
Gen'l Commission Merchants,
For purchase of Cotton, and sale of every
description of Western Pnsluce,
No. 57 Main Street, Little Rock, Ark.
Br Refer to Thos. H. Allen A Co.. Guy, Mr
Clellan A Co., M each am & Treadwell, school
Beid A Hauauer. ar'Jt
D. DsHAVEN. J. B. CROSS. U. CARSON.
W. D. WARD.
DeHaven, Cross & Co.,
No. 412 NORTH LEVEE,
: noli! ST. ZjODXB.
142 CANAL STREET,
KKW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA.
CONDUCT KD BT
Drs. Choppin, C. Beard, Bricked and
Thi Imlitution is vote (Jpen or the
Treatment of Medicul and
DR. SAMUEL CHOPPiN,
General Surgery, and Diseases of the Rec
tum, Bladder aurt t'rethra; all operations for
leformli!es. such as Club-foot. Hare-lip,
OK. C. BEAKB,
Diake of the Eye nd Ear.
DR. D. W. BRICKELL,
iiseases peculiar to Women Operations for
the relief of Ovarian Tumors, Dyameucrhcea,
Vesicovaginal Fistula, Laceration of the
perineum, etc, etc.
DR. I. DICKSON BRUNS,
Diseases of the Heart, Lungs and Throat.
W The beet nurses are provided. Fareand
accommodations equal to tho ef a-st-i mss
Postcffic Box 87, New Orleans. e22
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
A CHOICE STOCK
Solid Gold Goods !
Solid Silver Goods !
All Fine and Rich. AT LOW FIOURES. An
immense stock of
SILVER PLATED WARE
At Makvtactutlesls' Pk2ck& Double, Treble
and Quadruple Plat?. A carefully selected
.4 took of
"Wet t c lies
For Ladles' and OenU' as.
Bought at low flgm-to be sold accordingly.
FINE COLD JEWELRY
In rich abundance.
London, Paris & Vienna Fancy Goods
MERRIMAN, BYRD & CO.,
del 275 Main Street.
2 HEAD QUARTERS
Z A. B. MULLER'S m
InornT nrniiPTinu i
uncn i ncuuu nun .
IMMENSE BARGAINS J
Gold & Silver Watches 2
2i Paris and American
j MANTEL CLOCKS
hi ' JEWELRY O
Or the Best and 'Richest Quality. Q
S 183 MAIN STREET 153 S
Paris Mantel Clocks
AND SIDE PIECES.
Old firm Pooley, Bamusn &. Co.,
265 MAIN STREET.'COR. COURT
New & Rich Jewelry.
AMES, BEATTIE & CO.,
396 GAYOSO BLOCK,
orrra aXJ Ki5r er
Oi! Cloths, Mattresses, Etc.,
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
Now Offered in this Market !
'HEIR accumulated stc haying been
The Memphis Gaslight Co.
Have advanced the price ef COKE to TWW
1TCBNT8 PER BL SHEL, at whloh rate it
is . -i . . -:i j t than
SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. PER BARREL
Orders will be taken al the Company's
office, and by Coal Dealers generally, filed,
and filled in tbe order they are received.
Come, First Served !
Plantation for Rent.
FOR the eosnlng year, my tTndtvlded
. Half of the Parmer Place, sitnated
In Crittenden county, ArMnsa, near Bled
soe's Landing, forty miles below Mem
phis, and three miles from the river. The
whole place contains one hundred and fifty
acres cb-artd land, gin and gin-house, dwel
ling and outhouses. The richness of the sell
is unsurpassed will easily field a palp of
cotton to the acre. Fr.r un. spply to L. H.
Word. 'JTUSeuond street; or Frank Moor, Bled
soe's Lauding, Arkansas,
deft JOHN P. RICE.
TO THOSE WANTING LABORERS :
r H AVE learned from an official source that
I there is a large surplus or Labors In
Georgia, Y!rgimsrnd the Carolina, wbo are
anx)nu in come est, butaf without meas
lu pay tholr expeuaes. in order to Induce
inuiiigraiiou ti'tla the State mentioned, the
fare over the different Railroads to Memphis
has been reduced to Two and Thru Cnjrrs
per mile. W. J. ROSS.
Oen 'l Sup't Memphis and Charleston R. R.
Memphis, Tean., December IS, IKK. deSS
Mississippi and Tssxaescs RAti.aoar.)
Oirr.-ca o.- FacieaT AOe.st,
Memphis, Tksn., Lecember 30, 1WB. J
TO COTTON AND COMMISSION MER
J CHANTS: Notlee Is-hereby given that
all cotton and other goods received at this
Depot will be stored at the expense and risk
of whom It may concern, if not promptly re
,,:.,. ,i 'lilila Iwruty-fruir hours after arrlral
kfj p!i!s. TliuV Srde? ufli be strictly en
forced, regardless of parties.
Baity JT M. PAMPLIN, Agent-
N OTICE is hereby given to the Btoekhold
ers of the Ueakak .'!os. Ram or
iEarHig. that the annual election for Di
rectors takes place, at the Bank, No. 193 Main
street, het ween the hours ef 10 o'clock a.m.
and 4 o'olock p.m.,
C m mtt Day f January Naat.
Stockholder can vot lthr In persen sr
get MARTIN GRIFFIN. Oaahier.
COMMISSIONER FOR I t! I
COMMISSIONER FOR THS
Court of Claims at Washington,
Commissioner of Deeds for tbe Several
States and Territories, and
W Special and prompt attention given to
the taking of Depositions, or Commissions
Irom other rJtates.
OFFICE: No. I COURT STREET,
Near Fratret, Farrlugtea A
-v2 Kw Weak.
A NEW LOT OF
Of the Moat Fashionable, Recherche and
JUST RECEIVED BY
Chemist and Druggist, and Direct Importer
of Foreign Perfnmeries. Toilet Articles, etc.,
corner of BCAL AD SECOND STREETS,
Mosby's Mammoth Depot
No. 37 South Court St.,
HERE HE IS OPENING A LARGE AND
batudsome stock of
Suitable for all classes of people, especially
for Ladles and Children. Ills stock com
prises Toys of every variety.
Fancy Juvenile and Toy Books
NOTIONS l FANCY GOODS
A large variety of
Prom a amall Fire to aiaigeCaunon Cracker.
PRIZE CANDY PACKAGES.
Put np In nice boxes, from 25 to V! cents per
box, with elegant piece ef Jewelry
In each box.
AGENCYWR THE PRIZE CANDY,
Wholesale and Retail.
COME ONE ! COME ALL !
WThe Ladles and Children are particu
larly lnvltea to call
200 Boxes Ne. I Fire Crackers
AT MOSBY'S VARIETY STORE.
Gayoso Planing miiib
Ne. 212 Adams Street,
Manufactures all kinds of
CARPENTER S WORK,
And keep for sale a large stock of
Sashes. Glazed and Unglazed. Doors,
Blinds and Mouldings,
In great variety; also. Mantles. Ventl'ators,
Brackets, t'ornlce and Scroll Wora; also,
Stair Work. Newel Posts. Hand Rail and Bal
lnsters, Table Leg. Shelf Uui lusters, etc.;
000R AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Dressed Flooring, Celling and Weather Board
ing, Laths and Shingles. All our work Is
made ef the
Best Materials, and Warranted as
Ours is a Home Manufactory, and we chal
lenge competition, both in quality and
price, from anywhere. Send for Price List
and try us.
no28 fltw RUSSELL. FARRISA. CO.
QUICK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Route Always Ahead
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
Wli,I. KC5 At FOU.OV3 OS TSZ
Memphis and Louisvilie Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city time) 4 :00 a.m. 2:46 p.m.
Morning train from Memphis does not run
Leave Memphis, city time, 4.-00 a.m. 2:45p.m.
Arrive at Naaahvllle U:i p.m. 5:0iia.m.
Sleeping Cars on Evening Train from Mem
phia to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured at theCpmpny'so$lcc,3i7 1-2
Main street, and at Iiepot, head of Main st.
aWBaggaae Cheeked at Depot, or hy the
Memphis City Transfer Company; at Hotels,
Private Residences, or qa board noa.ts, to all
nrlniiiDal aoiuis Bast and f,.rili.
SAM. B. JONES. Supt.
Sw l. HnwiTJ.. PM.ner nr e-tfl
Notice to Tax-Payers
OF SHELBY COUNTY.
THE Tax Books for the year 1S59 will be
ready January 1. isu, and I will Imme
diately thereafter proceed to collect accord
ing to law.
All Tax-payers who have personal prop
erty must come forward at once, or they will
Und their Taxea in the haads ol I
who are authorised to disliala a suluuleney
to pay all taxes.
I will attend at the following named places
for the purpose of receiving the Mate and
County Taxe for the year 1SW:
AtC. M- Freed' xtere (Hazel Flats , o.-i Yues
day, January Uth.
Al W. C. Ward's, , on Monday. Jan. 10th.
At Bolton's Store, on Saturday, January Sth.
At Cuba, on Fiiday, lanuury 7th.
At Englnehouse, cor Second St., on Monday,
At Raleigh, on Saturday. Jannsry loth.
At Bartlett, on Friday, January Lin.
At Shelby Depot, un Wednes.iay .January lilh.
At Flshervllle, on Thursday, January 13th.
At Colliervllle. on Monday. January lTtb.
At Oerraantown, on Tuesday, January lsth.
At Mechanicsvllle, on Thursday .January 20th.
At Arnold's, otf Friday, January 21st.
At Office, corner Second and Union, on Taes
dar, January a::-
FIFTBKNT H DISTRICT,
At Hafldweraer' Grocery i t'heisea . oa Sat
uraay, January ad.
At Whlte'sStatiou, Wednesday, January IRth.
At MoConnell'BChurch. on Thursday, Jsa 6th.
Tax Collector ithelby County, lenn.
$9" Office in County Court Bui id lug corner
Second and Union streets. Room No. 4. de22
THE firm of J. T. HANDL AN A CO., late of
J. festal city, having been dissolved, as well
by mutual consent on me But my or ausi;-.;
1889, a by the death of J.T. HandlaoLre!deni
partner, on the 8th day of Novmter, i-oa.
we, the unterslgnea, aa surviving partners of
sad Arm. hereby give notice to all persons '
Indebted to the same, to call, wiihuut delay, '
at the nfflee of Waktnnf.k l.rt.1 lnru.vi. I
attorneys-at-law, No. 18 Madison street, and1
pay orr the amounts dr.e from tne m respect
ively. Aj'd maebttness rematnlug un
p(f qu the 1st January, 1S70, will wittiout ex
ception, and in accordance with our Instruc
tions, be placed in suit, and their cui lection
enforced as speedily a possible.
JESWK A KNOT A CO.,
Wsrlnnlr, Lee AThurmond. Attorneys.
1HAVE thi day bought out tbe Interest ef
Qeo. Beott in the Move and Tin Buinesa.
tKt Hooond street, and will continue the busi
ues at the old stand All Job will be
promptly attended to, nd Stoves and Tin
ware sold a heap as any house In the elty.
V WM. K1MB.
Walker Brothers & Co
Attention! Attention! Attention !
NO HUMBUG !
Look out for Bargains !
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
All those desirous of SECURING BAR6AINS. should attend the 6REAT
CLOSING OUT SALE OF OUR
IMMENSE RETAIL STOCK
Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business.
SOLE AUBNTS FOR
E. CARVER & CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WHOLESALE DBALKR8 IS
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.,
270 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE.
PLANTKKS or merchants designing to pur
chase Oln Stands will do well to bear In
mind that we are Sole Agenta for "E.CAR
VER CO.'S" IMPROVED COTTON GINS.
The unequal ed beauty of the staple of cotton
ginned on these well known Gin Stands, the
lightness of their improved running gear, in
creased yield of lint, and many oAer ac
knowledged advantages, make them more
desirable'tban In former yeara, when, a now,
they were the favorite. JyO
THE office of W. Y. CIRODE, Assignee In
Bankruptcy. Is removed to Madison
street, between Front and Main streets. New
Bank Bcildiso Persons having business
with the office will take notice, delJ
O. IT. CASE, Jr,.
AND SADulERY HARDWARE.
HAS REMOVED TO
317 x-a AX AIN ST.
The largest and Oldest Institution of the
kind in the Southwest; Established
Tpx I'targ, and the Onty Belia
tle Ptaee for the Cure of
Pri vato X iateaaes.
Dr. RUSSELL. No. 42 North-Court Street,
north side of t'onrt Square, Memohta,
Tenn.. is acknowledged by all
parties interested as by far
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN
IN the treUaeut of Private and secret dis
eases. Quick, thorough and permanent
I cures guaranteed In every case, male or fe
male. Ricent ca esof Giiunorrha and Syphl
j lis cured n a fr- sf da ya, without the use ol
mercury, change of diet or hindrance from
' bn8lness. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige
I eradicated without the use of mercury. Snf-
ferer from Impotency, or loss of Sexual
Power, restored to free vigor in a few week.
! Gleet or Ghouorrhea of long standing, vien
all internal remedies have tailed, tem.au dnt
iy and speedily cured by a nesf treatment.
Viotim . M' Wd excessivt; Vefiery,
' suffciiua am Spermatorrhea and low ol phy-
nently cured. All consultations strictly
co a fl den t !al.i
Jtllce hoars from 9 a m. to p.m.
Dr. J. B. RCsfttLL, cousnitina physician.
L.G WARRAW, ttogReSg
Trtti. uu Chronic Diseases furnished free,
on ari'llKatlon. dela daw
LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES.
LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL.
THE oldest Yard in Memphis; estabiiabed
In kit. With a fall sto of logs, sea
soned and dressed lumber en yard, are pre
pared io furnish any quantity and dimen
sions of cypress or poplar, at short notice. A
large stock of Doors, Blinds and Sash, glazed
or unglazed; Laths, SI: ingles. Cedar Fence
posts, Pine and Poplar Mooring, always on
hand. Our motto is, quick sales and small
M. E. A J. W. COCHRAN,
Office and Yard foot of Washington St,
nod daw ear river.
I will rent, publicly.
On the 15th Day of Jaaaary Next, 1870,
Od the premises, the plantation known aa
tbe I.SORAND PROPERTY, within the La
oonla Circle. Ark., fifty miles below Helena,
containing Seven Hundred Acre of Cleared
Land, in fine tate of cultivation, with com
fortable improvements and a line KicAm win
upon the premises. Terms ir.;,de anown on
day of renting. ie ji) DAN BRYAN.
THE LOCK HART PL.VNTATION, NEAR
I Sunflower Landing, coanoma county.
Mississippi, will "be rented lor the year i7...
at five dollars per acre. There are foir hnn
Ml acres of cleared land, much ox it high ,
and of superior quality, wilh anew glaiiouse, '
two Iron-tubed welis with pomps, and sum-'
clent hewed-log tenements to accommodate
a family and the laborer.
A good tenant can have the privilege of I
paying one-half the flrst year' rent with re
pair and improvements, such as may be ac- :
complished with field hands, and ol contin-
ulng his contract for several year.
Apply to the subscriber at Sunflower Land,
lng. H. . CHAMBERS.
flee-iuber 8. I8H. ..-r'
Xjaxkx ! Xjaxidl ! T-Ktud !
WANTED to rent for the year 187U, one
hundred or more acre of injroved
and, lying near the city of Memphia. Par
ti having land to lease, please call at my
Broom Factory, N. 9 Howard's Row, or ad
dress me a Has, stating description and term,
del A. B. FMRKY.
NO HUMBUG !
Look out for Bargains !
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST.
BANKS AND BANKING.
I B. EJMA-V.
W. W. THATCHER
W. P. PRomFIT.
W. W. YilL'SO,
W. R. MOORE,
r. s. HAW,
O. H. JL OAH,
J. N. OLIVER,
t. F. SMITH.
C. C. PARTEE.
F. S. DAVIS,
W. W. THACHEB, Cashier.
And Gen'l Insurance Company,
Cor. Front (kid Madison Ste.,
0. B. MdtLdV, President.
a8 FERDINAND M0U.QY, Cannier
Does a General Banking and Exchange !
(Mledions made at all points and
Iomptly Bern it ted.
J. E. MERKIMAN,
H. T. TOMLINSJN',
A. T. LACEY.
THueJ. R. SMITH,
A. J. WHITEj
J. R. WATKIN8,
a. a. rAttit."
W. H. CHERRY
W. H CHEHRY. H. A. PARTEE,
AMOS WOOOHUrF. J. J. FREEMAN,
Vice President Asa't Cashier.
THE DeSOTO BANK
! MEJ ELDER. W.H.WOOD,
r. li. EARNS WORTH, S. U. HUNSCOMB.
JOHN R LEECH.
JAMES ELDER, : : President.
W. H. WOCO, : : Vice-President.
T. R. FARNSWORTH, : Cashier.
No. 6 MADISON STREET.
Tito. Fialior, Prea't.
SELLS Sight Draffs on Ireland, and Three
and Sixty Days' Sight on London, at Mew
York rates; and can drvw in sunis to salt
purchasers on al) the principal cities and
towns in Contineat.il Europe.
Also, transacts a general Exchange and
Baaatna; Fnlism. ocM
UNION AND PLANTERS BANK
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
The Board of DlreeSA
stallment of li upon tl
of th:;, Uank to he paid
aave ordered i
I an in-
nr before the "first
ol January next.
S. P. READ, Cashier.
Is guaranteed to be Id all respects a
FIRST-CLASS COOK STOVE.
Call and axnnine them. For sale by
T. S. JTJIXES,
328 Second Street
BWRoeflng. Quttertng and General
Work solicited and promptly executed, o
INT. IIOPIL IN S,
(Saooeasor to LaFontalnei,
No. 243 SECOND STREET,
W Keeps on hand the best WlAe, Liquor !
and Cigars, in the city,
F Lunch every day from lit W 12 o'clock,
irl are requested to sell, upon most favor-
v able terms, that valuable brick reel-
dence, pleasantly situated, on Dun lap street, t
between Bass avenue and Madison stro. ;
The house is one and a-half
tains nine ro
, Including kitchen, cioaet
etc ; stable on
Attorneys at Law,
No. 18 Madison sweet.
For Sale---I00 Horses &. Mules
DIGGS II WOFFORD'S
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE
No. 876 Main Street.
-site have one hnndred head of Horses and I
V Mules foi sale, and will keep constantly
on hand Horses and Mules for sale at the
lowest market price.
delt NEVILL A JAM EX
L. D. SAXTON Sl CO;
AND REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
252 Front St., Up stair, Memphis, Tea.
D VANTAGE o; -astern labor enables na
to do all kint. of railroad work, erect
buildings and macl inery of every sty le. guar,
antenna saiisfactiun. Parties washing to buy
or sell Real EstaU , Machinery, Contractor
Supplies, of any description, or contract tor
work, are re peat fully Invited t eaixtmani
oata with u. i-M
B. J. SEMMES & CO.,
B. J. SEMMES.
a variety of other grades ofi
FOR COUNTRY TRADE
6. W. L. CROOK
Widows' & Orphans'
Policies waued upon all tbe spprovwi plans of Life Insuraawe.
Children's Educational Annuities granted. Xo restrictions upon resi
dence or travel. Dividend payable in cadh at end of ettcb year.
" Tontine dividend " system tbe best and cheapest mode of Life Insu
rance. Call and have it explained.
G. W. L CROOK & CO., Managers,
Office. 279 Main Street.
-;ll: a ouiu. mtms obsilx. . l. nniscit. a- s. vba
Orgili Brothers & Co.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
HARDWARE & CUTLERY,
NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE
I ""E ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OCR FOREIGN OOODB. WE PURCHASE OU
vT lKmestic Uooda from ti e Manufacturer. We are ecaUed to offer great advantage t
the trade. We are HOLE AUi-NTS In Memphis for the
El II Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also. Buckeye Reapers and Mowers.
Marvin 4 Co. Qreatty celebrated Fire and Burglar Proof Safes,
Sorghum Mills, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Whe-t and Com I
And many other article too nrmeroasto mentloa. Agricnlmral Implements n gmi .-j
riely. French Window Glass, irin. Metals, CHstiRgs. Belting. WIimh: Ttreshers. etc.
TERMS CASH. OR SHORT CITY ACCEPT A" E my 13
ENDERS' CHILL CTJIIE
Contains no Quinine or Arsenic will pay Five Hundred Dollars in Qoid
for any Chemist finding either in its composition.
It is purely a Vegetable ' omponnd, and Warranted to an FEVER and A ;tTE of how
ever iong standing, or mon 'v n-tnrBea. No Core.no Pay. is our motto; all that we ask nt
for a fair trial of eur Chill i ore.
ENDERS' STOMACH BITTERS,
The moat popular Bitter iit- In use. It cares Kidney Disease, restores strength and appe
tite, makes new blood, bull in up weak and enfeebled frame. For female weakness it is unsur
passed. As a Beverage It h no ei uaL
ENDERS' LIVSR PILLS
Act promptly causing no ' li ng of sickness of the stomach, and contains no calomeL In
Jaundice, Liver Complaint and Kilionsncas they are a certain enre.
EUREKA WORM CAXDT,
A aafe and efficient remedy tor Children, relieving them in a very few hoars.
We have hundreds ol rMrionte from citizens and pnysii'ians of high standing, that
these medicine are what we lepresent Uwm tabs. A fair trial will prove their virtue.
Dr. F. H. ElKKis.
atv For Sale ay ImggisU ami general Storebeepert ecerywhere.-t,
SSTSEZaS 0 ROSS, Bole Xnopr'si,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS
Tbe above Medicines are for sal, at Wholesale and Retail, by
C. C. WARD CO., AND WILKERSOy ic BLAIR, DRUGGIST
AVTNO THE LARGESfT AXD MOST COMPLETE FOO'DRY ASD MACHINE SfTOT :
tne Bontnweat, are prepared lo do all work
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER
THEY KEEP ON HAND X STOCK OF NEW AND i2COND-HAND
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETO
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES
Which will bo eat aod tltoti lo order, ; twnptly and well. One of the arm give constat; at
tention to '.a building of the ver best
FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS,
Which, for durability snd satisfactory worklpk. are nnsnrp mid. SMCTTTTRS, BOLTI2I
LL.JTHEH AND LEATHER 1-K L TlNU.ta fttil aafply, and eassapei Irjaieiaew nere.
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayoj, Wemphfs. Ya .
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
R. B. KOEI.
CORKER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS.,
1 3V OBIVTIIAIj T At t OF' CITY
JNO. W. DAWSON.
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.,
Planat & Co.,
& CO., Managers
Benefit Life Ins. Co.
303 JTront Ht., IVIe iipixAai, T
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