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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 18H9.
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FINANCE AND TRADE.
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Officb of thb I'aily Appeal, )
Mrmphis. December 28. 1869.
The Money market to-day was a coun
terpart of yesterday, and rau are gen
erally unchanged. In one or two inxtan
cea Kxchange was scarce, but the best
rate offered was discount on cotton
bilit. though Bank Exchange would
probably hare been taken at a fraction
less. The checking rate ranged from par
to discount, hut only undi peculiar
circumstances would the latter rate be
conceded to with regular customers, for
instance.
In Stocks or Bonds there is no move
ment of any kind. While money is suffi
ciently easy to move cotton, it is not
enough so to permit oi speculation, and
all kinds of securities may be considered
nominal.
There is no demand for City Scrip to
speak of. An occasional taxpayer puts in
an appearance, but does not s- eui at all
anxious to buy at 7677, the selling rate
from dealers. Small amounts offered at
the counter are taken at 7-($74c.
County Warrant are in demand at 70c,
buying, with few offering. Dealers sell
at 7A7.x".
Governments opened dull, but steady
In lone, sd i closed a fraction better:
Bonds of 1881 11SX
b-'JU Bonds of 1882 113 (&
m-M " 1864 Ml
4-30 " 1 11 S
6-2i " 1865,new U44$
6-2U " 1867. " 1HV
Ml " 18, " U&
HMO Bond 10tstar
Paeine Sixes - 10H?iSr
The opening Stock dispatch says there
is a dullness existing in all markets at
present, and very little confidence is
placed on opinion. At the close there
was little offering, and prices unsettled:
Canton -
W.stern I cion Telegraph Co :K'
Quicksilver.
15
Pat-ilic Mail.
47
1
Co.'s Express 20
ress,... 38
Kx press
an Express 9
itral SH
Adams Kxpi
Wella, Fargo
American E
L nited State.
W. r. haata 0
New York 0
Xew York Central Scrip
Erie
Reading
9a.
Mi
SSI
Central
Southern
117
iitral.
....131 Hi
.... 82 H
an J Pittsburg
Chicago aud Jfoilhwestera. mn
;i t i and Northwiiern preferred. 2
Kock Inland ...
COTTON.
Chamserof Com vkrcb,
Memphis. December 28, l-m. J
The market was moderately active to
day, with a good inquiry for the better
grades, but it will be seen that only a few
bales above Low Middlings changed
hands. Of the stock on hand it is esti
mated that nearly one-half is held off the
market, and the unsold portion of the
other half is mad up principally of
Mixed and S-aintd Cotloua, which are not
much in demand. Middlings and above
are taken readily at our quotations. The
sales embraced: 28 bales Ordinary, at 21a;
2o Ordinary and irood Ordinary, at 22Vc;
209 Mixed and Stained, at 2z'j,c; 77
St Good Ordinary, at J&sjfZYyic; 293 Good Or
H diuary lo Low Middlings, at 23(23?c;
m 42, Lw Middlings, at 2-i'jC; 172 Low
au Middlings, at 23r923c; 5 Middlings, at
iic; Middlings, at 24-; 9 Middlings to
S3 , UU.1I,. .i-ill... 1U slreiel Mi,l.
dliuga, at 24 :(.; 10 Good Middlings, at
35c, aud 23 do. at i'jJic an aggregate of
1360 bales.
We quote aa follows:
Ordinary 21 22
, Ordiuarv 23 (a.Xl
Low MiddUngs -JSliiHH
istric; Middlings 24J$3i)f
4sood Middlings -25 (gt
COTTOK STATEMENT.
8tock on band Sept. 1, lt&9.. 94
Received u-dav 2,036
Keceived previously 126,4o2 128,4-
Total
Shipped to-day
Shipped previously
126.5S2 I
106 73i 10" 614 i
Stock on hand at noon to-day
HECEIPTS.
Memphis and Charleston R. R
Mississippi and Tennessee- R. K.
Memphis and Ohio R. R
Kiver
Wagons, est
EXPORTS.
773
19d
173
745
150
200
Memphis and Charleston R. R..
Memphis ani Ohio R. R 679
COTTOS IN NEW YORK.
December 28, 10:25 a.m. Cotton dull
and prices unchanged. Ordiuary, 2t.e;
Good Ordinary, H4c: Low Middling. 24Vc;
Uplands, -',: Good, 25Sc; Mobile,
25Sc: Orleaas, 25i.c.
11:55 a.in. Cotton dull and un
changed.. 2:15 p.m. Cotton firm but quiet; sales,
400 liales for December, at Mtiaj If bales
for January, at 24c; 500 bales for Febru
ary, at 25j;c; 300 bales for March, part tor
25 He
4 p.m. Cotton quiet but steady. Vp
iaods, 25' .. Sale-, for export, 135 bales;
for spinning. 555 bales; for speculation,
20 bales; in transit, M bales; and 4000 for
December, at 24' : for February, at 25V4c,
and for April at 2" v.
COTTON IS NEW ORLEANS.
December S U4I a. m. Cotton
(l'ady and demand fair, at 2424 l,c.
. p.m. Cotton Demand fair, and
firm at 24'.22-.. Sal-s, 4.M.I
I ... .
C! IN UIIVOM.
CO!
December ML 11:15 .m.-Cotton quiet.
Cpland., Ilt3,li
ll?il
1 :JO p.m. Cotton quietl plnl. X
11 Xd. Orleans, Hi3lUXi.
6 p.m. Cotton steady and price On
changed. Sales 10.0UO ba'es, of which
2iOS art for speculation and t xporl.
TKA1E.
B isineos to-rlr was only moderately
ac.ive, but the order of trade was brisa'
usual. The holidays are never partic
larly noted for animation. : .: he two
i.r three weeks prect-eding are generally
the bubiest of the year. People prefer
pending the week between Christmas and
: i- New Year at home at their own fire
sides, and this year is no exception to the
rule. There was no packet from above
since our last, and prices are steady on all
taple goods, with some improvement
poa-ibly on bulk meats. A lste St. Iouis
provision circular says: '"The probabili
ties are lhat the receipts in January and
February of this year will be much larger
than last year, as the reports from the
country aay feeding is rapidly progress
ing. The receipts of hogs last year in
creased gradually from the 1st of March
until during the middle of June, they
ranged from 30,000 to 60,0n0 per week.
The whole number received from the 1st
of March to the 1st of October was 842.
V67 htad. We fully expect that the re
ceipts this year throt gh the summer will
lie much heavier than last, as most intel
ligent drovers report they have never
knowu so many joung hogs through the
oonntry as there are at present, and far
mers never bsd so great an inducement
to feed ibetn. Several parties at the pres
ent time are estimating the probable ex
tent of the packing, but estimates Just
now are all moon-shine.' To prove how
xery reliable t bey must be, the "stlraatee
of two authorities differ nearly 3ii,000
bead. We have no desire to risk our rep
utation on any surmises. Packing will
continue as long as hogs can be found,
and the probability is that before the
aeason closes packers will be murb more
tired of paving for, than the farmers of
furnishing them. The foreign demand
hardly amounts to anything, and will
scarcely be increased at present prices.
Toe probabilities are it will be supplied
almost exclusively from spring and sum
mer hog."
Baooiso Only a light demand exists
and prices are unsteady. Heavy Ken
tucky, Sbdt&Xc: India, 2a26c.
Bcttkb very choice article la in de
at 4s. but 6e is the general pries
(
Brooms Moderate demand at -Vgj per
dozen, as to quality.
JBroomcokn Nominally 12o250 per
ton.
BtriLDEss' Material Lime $2 00 per
barrel. Cement steady; Louisville.
13 25; Rosendale, M 50. Plaster, 5 00.
Hair, in 40 lb bales, (2 75 to 3. Fire
brick $5 to 6. Building Brick 8 per M.
Corkmeal The demand is light. Kiln
dried $4 00(4 75, in lots, and $5 in a small
way. .
Coffee Prices are unchanged. Bio
skimmings, 17(glSc; common to fair, 19(9
20c; prime, 21&23c; choice, 24c; La
guayra, 25f26c; Java, 35(36c.
CoTTOS Yarns No. 400, 22c; 500, 20c;
dOO, 18c; 700, 16c.
uheese E.D. 19c Factory 19c. W. R.
18c
Cottonseed The mills pay $12 per ton
on levee, and fl2 M delivered at mills,
buyer furnishing sacks.
Eoos The demand is light. Holders
ask 45c.
FLOUR There is some improvement in
the demand for medium grades, and prices
are unchanged. Super, 4 SO'o; X, $5 2o
) 50; XX, 5 75(o,6 25; XXX and Fan
cy, $S 75(3,8 00.
Fresii Mkats The weather is mild
and prices arte unsettled. Dressed Pork
MQtXMSj Beef, hindquarter, 6g,Sc; fore
quarter, 3(5c, Mutton. (g,4c
Fnf its Apples are selling at $2 bwg
I 50 for common and medium grades, but
choice are held at ?4:5. Dried
Apples 7c; Dried Peaches 8(5, 10c for
quarters and halves; Peeled, 10(j$12Kc;
Lemons, JlOfalO 50 per box ; Oranges,
f 13 per bbl.
Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbls $24(S$25; X,
bbls $12 5l?13 00; No. 2, in bbls $17 50;
H do $S 75; No. 1, kits $2 90$3; No. 2
do $2 l.M$2 25; No. 3, $1 8(X$2. White
fish, H bbls, $e. Sardines $21 50(5,22 per
case ior quarters; $i5 for halves.
"Feed A lot of shelled Corn sold from
store to-day at Wc, bui the stock is light,
and holders ak 9c generally. Oataarei
steady at 7u 7.o in store, and about 5c
lower on levee. Bran $22"i.23 ; Hay $26,28, !
as to quality. Cooked Cottonseed Meal
$22(5,23 per ton loose at oil mills.
Game a"D PociTRT Chickens are
dull at $3 50ft$4 00 per dor. Ducks
$3 50. Geese 7f8. Turkeys $14(a,20;
Wild Ducks $3(3rt. Wild Geese $tKa,10. :
Wild Turkeys $12(ii5. Venison 7g,yc.
Bear meal, l(20c. Quails $2 25&2 50 per
dor. Squirrels, $2. Babbits, $3. Dressed
Turkeys 18a,22c per lb.
GcusilKs Good demand for second
' hai-d at 16c to 175.
Uibiu Prices are weak. Dry Flint
17c; P'y Sl4lt lei Oreen Salt 8 to 8Xc;
Green bV I? "c
Iron Tibs Denl?nd light. We quote !
10 7 He
Live Stoce Choice cattle are in de- .
mand, but common are dull and neg- !
lected. We quote: Cornfod 65,7c, gross; j
g'iod grass, 4,jf5i-; interior to common.
2.''j3Sc. Hogs are weak at 8(510c gross: ;
choice Sheep, $4(916 per hi-ad ; Mi.k Cows, ;
iu(.'; Work Oxen, $7.120 per yoke. :
M ilasses Pric-s are firm. Prime H
choice Louisiana, 75v85c; Golden Syru p
$11 15.
Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, $5 25 to
5 75 for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, $8 to lo;
Pitch $6 per bbl; Oakum $5 to
bale.
per
t .-, ...... t , a. --.r: j
" -
P" vyuious .4r. s..Uu-8
f 16 per hogshead.
Pbovisions There Is a little better
feeling to-day. Bulk Clear Sides were
offered yesterday at 16, but to-day Uo
was asked. Shoulders 12!412V Meat
Pork $0 431 in a sui ill way. Sugarcured
ham iig,Ac. Lard is steady; tierces
lSKc; kegs VHfr9Hfi caddies 21(21Jc.
Po-dkk Jjlasting (4 ;er keg. Kifle
6 50.
Kick Carolina, 9Bc. Louisiana, S(5
Salt 21 lb barrels, 2 802 90; 7-bushel
barrels, S3 50'o3 75; UTMBM0I sacks,
co . ,
Scoaks All grades are Arm
Common
! Louisiana, 12.'i;2o; Pair, 12!(;il2j;c;
Kuliy Pair. Prime. 1:
! (14c; Yeilow clarined Wi&loc;
White clarified l-Klti'-ic; Kxtra O. 15(oi
16c; Crushed 1717c
Spirits Demand active, and market
steady. Common Whisky 75o to fl 00;
Proof H 25 to 1 35.
Soda American, boxes, 7c; do. kegs,
6 to 7c. English, hexes S($9c; do. kegs
7X8c
Shot Drop, per bg, $2 75; Buck f3.
kM Uarrett, boi, 16; packed, Sb.
Soap Palm Soap, 'So. 1 do. 7(a.7!-4c
Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra
Family, 8 to 9o; Castile 17c; imported do.
25 to 28c.
Starch 6)4 to 7o per lb.
Tallow Dull at 9c.
Vinegar Cider vinegar f8t 10 per bbl;
Wine $12 to 14.
DRUGS, ETC.
DIRECT IMPORTATION
Perfumeries, Drugs
SMIOAIjS.
THEODORE HOERNER,
54 and 56 Beal Street,
Corner c-f 8?ondT
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST.
W QUANTITATIVE; ANALYSES mad,
and written repon- :urniM..U.
T" liny Inn made arracgenienta with Pari
sian aud ernian Li hi I mm prepared to
fnrrjKh to the trade and puoll Keoerally the
FINKKT AND PUREftT PLKftTMEtt, at Iiu
port r Prices.
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared.
cr ,ON If f KD, a tani Wk of Toilet and
Paucy Artloiea, Braaaea, tspouges, etc., etc.
The Trad Supplioci.
PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Southwestern Publishing Co.
fuDiisnsrs, rrmters,
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
BOOK BINDERS
ABD
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS,
No. 361 Main Street,
Between Union and Gayoso, Memphis, Tenn.
omm
H. A, PARTEE. President,
Cashier Mt-rrhants National Bank.
I. S. CLARK, Secretary and Treasarer.
IIRElTORf :
W. H. CmtRnv, K. H Martin,
Prest. Merchants National llank;
I. R Ustvn), LUI).; I' s. Justs.
. C. KotiiKS. W. I amikiws. deS4
LIQUOR DEALERS.
A.VAtX-AKO,
B. VAOCABO,
A. B. TACCABO
A. VACCARO & CO.,
Importer and Dealers in
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
324 Front Street. Memphis. Tenr..
SANDS' CELEBRATED
CHICAGO ALES,
PORTER & LAGER BEER.
W. W. LUSK, SOLE AGENT.
Oftcs and CaUara, at Treat Street,
M IM fill, - TESKHSS B
Ml
for good table in tubs or rolls,
n RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE.
Memphis and Little Rock Railroad.
To Mad iso and Littlb Rock, Arkansas.
' Going West Leave Hopeflald dally at t:U
a.m.
Coming Rant Leave L' Angullle at 1 :SU p.m.
Ferry Boit leaves loot 01 Union St. ats:'A'a.m.
B. D. WILLIAMS,
Oener&l Ageut and huperiuteuilent.
Meaphts and Louisville Railroad.
depart, arrive
Dav Express, city time 4 :1x1a.m. i:16a.m
Niiht Lxpretw, city ums..2:15 p.m. I2r.Sa.ni
TicEel utllc-tf No. M 1-2 M in street and a
DeiHit. head of Male street.
Sleepliuc Car atactied to Night Kxprw
Traiii, wtilch goes through to Nashville, vi
Naalivilieaml Nor-weetern Railroad, wltlj
out change.
BAM. B. JONBS, Gen'l BopX
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad.
A K RIVE. hFPART.
New Orleans Mall. di!v 3:20 p.m. 12?Wnoon
N. Orleans Kxpreas,dm y.J. Oj a.m. '- p m
! Freight, dally except bun-
dny S:I0p.m. 6:00 a-m.
Mail Train makes direct connection (01
" x Orleans and all points South.
. cprcas Train makes direct connection for
'a ovllie. Water Valley, Oxford, Hoilj
i rtrlng and all points north of Uren.tda 01.
Main street andattht
'111 call for passenger
uj part !" the city, t
; Mail. - .r, !.
KMOltE. Oeo'l Snp't.
Ticket Agent.
nd check baggage 1
.eaviug orders at
C. P. OAKLEY, lit
Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
ARRIVE. DFI-ABT
fall Train 3:30 ji.m. 12M in.
Express Train . lui p.m. 11 :;hi pJi;
auction Accom'fMlatiou S:t5 a.m. 64) p. in
touierville Accouiolaiion V :45 a.ui. 4 U p.m
Takes eflect Monday, 15th.
W. J. KO-ss. JenT Btip't.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The Great Pictorial Annual. Hcstet-
ter" Cnlted States Almanac for 1670, for dis
tribution, graiit, throughout the United States
and ail clvilired countries of the Western
Hemisphere, is now ready for diitribatlon.
and all who wish to understand the true
philosophy of health should read and pondei
the valuable suggestions it contains. In ad
dition to an admirable medical treatise on
the cause, prevent Ion and cure of a great va
riety of uiscqaes, it embraces a large amount
of informntiou interesting to the merchant,
the mechanic, the miner, the farmer, the
planter, and professional man; anil the cal
culations nave been made for sue j meridians
aud latitudes as are most suitable for a correct
and comprehensive National ialesdab.
The nature, uso-i. auJ extraordinary sanita
ry effects of IiOSTETTEit'S srOMAcii BIT
TERM, the staple tonic and alterative of more
than half the Christian world, are fully set
forth in its pages, which are also interspersed
with pictorial il.u-trailons, valuable recipes
for the household aud larm. humorous auec
dotes, and otuer lLstru-jt ve and MMStBf
reading matter, original and selected Among
the Auuuals appearlrg with the opening of
the year, this I one of the most useiul, aud
may be hal for iht u-iiic. The propriet rs,
Messrs. li',at' tttr s Smith, oil leceipl of a
two cent stamp, will forward a , by mail
to any person who cannot procure one iu his
neighborhood. The BITlEKr) aro sold in
ec.r s-ity, town snd village, an 1 are exten
sively used U.roughoiit the entire civilized
world.
B0TTLE0 PARALYSiS.
This is the proper title of the horrible me
tallic hair dyes. Mas than the fate of Ab
salom may be the fteof those whous them.
OXB WHO'.ESO.Mt: PREPARATION
For changing ihe hair to any desirable shsde
from brown to Jet bKck, may be procured
every where, vli:
Cnstadoro8 Excelsior Hair Dye,
After careful analysis. Prof. Chilton, the dis
tinguished Chemist, has authorized the pro
prle o-to declare, on his behalf, that It con
tains nothing deleterious tohal'h. Noother
j hair iU e in Ihe worui has the 'Ike guarantee.
CRIBTADORO UAIllPRtERV'AlTV ..
: a Dressing, acts like acharm ou the Hair after
Dyeloa. Try It.
ALL003K S POROUS PLASTERS
Seem to possess the quali y of
ACCL" M P LA riN'i ELEC'TRICITT
And Imparling It U ihe oodj, wher-hy the
circulation i ihe blootl Uw'couie iuuallzni
, npvjii in parts where applied, f tt ftj paiu
i and morbid action to i-ta-c. Eba ft j dm
! PlaterH are flexlb e. m 4 MMri lo be o gr-.it
: lielp to tliiwe wo nHVc we.t back, o: pnin
in the side. fcNpn-i i . . n e th- viluaii;
' those wtm h:t'e aarii CtWl culda, fhey re
wlie3 pieveiitive- of Consumption ; tiay, they
; are bellevea t) have loosened the HMf
; this terrible affliction, &pd toen lualuly in
atiuuii'Dtitl in er'e' ijus a cure. In variable
; iiinuU;H they bou d be -'trn on ihe breast
: or between the shoulder?, or over the kid
: neyt., by tuoae who are subject to lake cold
easily.
To Owners of Horses. Thousands of
sj die yearly from Colic. This need n.t
Ml Dr. To..lftb' Veuetinr. Horae Liniment
! will p"itlvelT cu e everv rase, if givr-n
when first taken. The cost ia only one dol
' Iht. 4vij owner oi ahorse should have a
I bottle in hta stwu'w, r d ior use. It la WMT
rauted superior to aiii iniiiij e'se for the cure
01 Cut, Wlndg-lls, swelling'. Sore Throat,
I Spraius. rtH-Tf, "T orrs. etc. ThU I-lnl-'
tit is no n-w r tuedy. It has het-n u-ed
aud approved of mr 22 yeur by ih tlrt
horaemeu In the country. Givn to au over-
driven horae.lt act 1 1 ike m g c. Urdoisare
. constantly received lrc.u the ravish htahlek
' or EaSOLAND for it. The celeirratel Uinim
i Woo irutt, of tnitttng fame, oeetl it -or years
i Col. FhiloP. Hush ot the Jerome Uaoe Course,
baa given a certificate, which cau be t-ei-n at
the l et .M, .fat in; ih:it alter year o irlal.il
Is the beal in itm WQtML Hi-, nddreaa la F.rd
bam, N. V. RoOMMj wUPftt will ever be
without it It in put up in pint toae "sold
by the li ugttsU and Saddlers throughout me
I nited ttea. lnpot, lu Fark Flace, New
York.
Bateaelcr't Haw 9y. Tins splendid Hair Dye
Is the beat in the world; the only true and
per tec I Dye; harmleNa. reliable. Instantane
ous; no disappointment; no ridiculous
remedleH the 111 effe"t of bad Uyea; invido
rale and leaves the Hair soft and beauOrul.
black or Bitow. Holu by a! 1 Drugnata u
Perfumers; and properly applied at Ruich
or" Wie Ksriory. No. H MM tret V Y.
DISPENSARY.
HKiUKM'lNSAUV. llfflce 7oli
VI Jetl
ffeixm fc'.rt-W, li..'Wf-f'i S,'f..u.I :it.'.:
Third itrcata. LuiHviUH, Kv , estutdNhod
.:ed by the l.eei'iliitun' OI Kftl
ky, IM,
UjT the trtrtttmmt
f all d:ree
t and Kuerative 0
lime Kpertnatorri)
11 early errora kh
coreic, ttpllllfa Lb
the kidneys and
f women.
rRHUs of boi h
ka or aemui 1
orrhea. ultt t,
ait lis iOUMVj
bladder, at.d
p sixty larKe
MM l u a uc w
A i
page
d n
above dlst-asea wan
jrtiuit advi -e ou mar
eat for 25 ceota.
"il mercury, .nd ltnf
riafe, e'C, sont under .
A varix eiau warrauted to cure vaiicoce e
In !'rturdys: once ent to a"V address.
Alao aiceiit.- for I C a i a 1- uihle RccataAiJ g
; PilU, wurrnntwl to reiu-)irreKiiliiritiea,eto;
prlci at onlca, or by mail, $2 A full a--rt-.
uient of baudag' s biiu t r:ien hi way n ou tiand.
p Male kbeath, sup : quaitty ; tilugle oue f I,
; or her dozen. A i irt-.
OALKN UKAD DIHPKNSART,
n o;8 j. 'u.syiiU'. Ky.
ORLEANS INFIRMAisY,
142 CANAL STREET,
NEW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA.
(JOXDCCTED BT
Qrs. Choppin, C. Beard, Brickell and
Brans.
This institution open for the
Treatment of Medical and
Nurgical Diseases.
DR. SAMUEL CHOPPIN,
General Bassjatjr, and Diseases of the Re
tatn. Bladder and Urethra; all oju rations for
Deformliu-s. such as Club-fool, Llare-U(,
Cleft-pa.ate, etc.
DR. C. BEARD,
Diseases) of the Kye and Bar.
DR. D. W. BRICKELL,
Diseases peco liar to Women Operstlon for
the relief oi ovarian miners, 1-yMiient.ri.Hi-i.
Veslrovaglttal
Laceraiion of ti.-.
fenneum. etc.
etc.
DR L DICKSON BRUNS,
Diseases of the Heart, Lnngs and Throat.
I ar The best nurse n -e provided. Farean-1
I a.vcommodatlous ,-juai to tboesf first-class
i hotels
Postofflee Box S7. New Orleans
Arkansas River Plantation:
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
THE plantation known as SILVER LAK E
PLANTATION, one-half mile froto
' es' Landing, on Arkansas river, will be
v- on easy term. It contains 1S00 acres
' 4ot in cultivation; 0 u.ore are old doader.
, Inc. Ftncts und houe In bad repair. Ait
ply to BROWN. LYLE 4 HHOWN,
j aeil No. Wesi Court Street.
1 1 a a p a
iVTHFTARI F SUM IAN
mm i is i p vara m t imii v. i
TT TJATl?
PERSONS WHO ARE GRAY
i Can have tbelr Hair Restored to Us natural
color, and If it tins fallen out. create a cw
j growth, bj Its use.
It la the best HAIR DREtHNG In the world,
making Utelesa, stlC, braahy hair, healthy,
! son and glossy.
Prlaa f l 06. For sale by all drugglsta.
R. P HALL A CO..
j as L w ua, J . M., Prepjtwtsn.
LEGAL NOTICES.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE.
RY virtue of a renew-d order of sale, ren
dered at the urtoher term. M, of the MIs
stsatppl coumy l ircult (Jfurt, I will proceed
tosell, to the highest and best bidder, ru a
ereillt of four mom hs. at the courthouse door
ru the town of Osceola, Arkansas,
On TUESDAY, January 4, 1870,
all that tract of land lying In said county, and
tnown as the Nodena farm. containing about
rjno acres about WKi craa cleared. Bale to be
made wiihln I iwrul hours.
CHAS. BoWEN. Commissioner.
At the same time and place, I will sell, to
the highest bidder, for cash, ten mules, placed
n my hands as Receiver of the Bostick ft
Jordan trust mad. JAM. B. BEST,
declU Receiver.
Attachment Notice.
C. A. Taylor vs. Ranson & Holbrook.
FFIDAVIT for attachment having been
made in this cause, in pursuance of sec
t ion 345S of the Code of Tennessee, and at
tachment having been issued, levied and re
turned, etc:
It is therefore ordered, That the said de
fendants appear before me, on the 1st day of
January, 1870, at 10 o'clock a.m., and delend
said suit, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and the cae heard exparte; and that a
copy of this order be published once a week,
tor four successive weeks, in the Memphis
Daily Appeal. 8. A. MOORE, J. P.
For Shelby county, Tennessee.
Scruggs it Duncan. Attorneys. noUO
Attachment Suit.
Municipal Court of the City ot Memphis.
.1467 K. B. Taylor & Co., Plaintiff, vs. W. T.
Baker and P. Morgan, Defendants.
Clerk's Officii, November 2B 1869.
FFIDAVIT lor attachment having been
made in this case in pursuance of section
1436 of the Code of Tennessee, and attachment
having been issued and returned by the
proper officer levied, etc.," on the properly
of the defendants. Raker & Morgan :
It U therefore ordered. That said defendants
appear at the Municipal Courtroom, In the
i ity of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first
Tuesday in January next, and defend this
-utt, or the same will be taken for ooi.fessed
as to them, and the case sec for hearing ex
parte: aud that a copy of this order be pub
lish, a once a week, for four consecutive
weeks, lu the Memphis Dally Appeal
A copy: FRANK TAFT, Clerk.
Myers A Wyatt, Att'ys for Plalntlus. no30
Non-Resident Notice.
So. In the Chancery Court of Memphis,
Tennessee. Valerlous Banford, Executor,
etc., vs. W. J. Norris et at,
TT appearing from affidavit In this cause
I that the defendente, John D. Armour, E. A.
Hiinueocg. O. D. Campbell. R. W. Campbell
nd o. U. Hibson, Adm rs of Mrs. F. P. Drake,
are non-nestdeuU of ..-:.;. i Tennessee:
It U therefore ordered. That thev make their
ippearnnee herein, at the Courthouse In the
city of .Memphis, Tenn.. on the first Monday
in January, 1K70. and plead, answer or de
mur to Complainant Bill, or the same will be
taker, for o n fessed as to them, and set for
hearing exparte; and that a copy of this or
der bj published once a week, for four suc
eshi"e week. In the Memphis Appeal.
A 'JOUST iK ALSTON, Clerk and Master.
A copy attest:
by 2bnj.Coi.kan, Deputy Clerk and Master.
tsaniorii A Ray. Bo.. for Complainant- noU
Non-Resideat Notice.
In the Clronlt Court of Shelby ( oniity D
Bowen and wiiV, fcmma L., va Pnul r Kay
a mii:or Petition for Division of Eeal Es
tate. IT wupoarlne from affidavit in this rsuse
that the dV femlant, Paul O. K-.y, is a non
resident of the state of Tennessee:
It U therelore ordered. That he make his
appo; : . - herein, at the coarthoase in
the city of MsaspMs, Tcnn.. on the fourth
Monday in January, 1S7i', and plead, answer
or demur to complainant bill, or the same
will be takt-n ior confessed as to him and
set for henrinK exparte; and that a copy of
this order be published once a week, tor tor
-uccessive weeks. In the Memphis Daily Ap
peal. M- D. L. 8TEWAHT, Cierk.
A copy attest .
By B F. ma, Deputy Clerc.
Sr n-gs dt Dunuui, bols. tor complalnanf.
mm
EXECUTOR NOTICE.
XTAVIXG filed with theTlerk ofthefounty
rl l our1 ni rii'al settlement as 1 xecutor of
the lust will slid tes'amer.t o' Mrs. Kllzabeth
H i-i - ct. ;i II j n-1 sons 1 it teres ted ihel e-
I ii can appearand niavetlielr obje tlons. If
fi ey i ave any. or the sjtute jrill oe confirmed
t the January term, 170. i f said court. Tliis
December S. liB. J AH. A. t'KKATlI.
d:-cf rtaecntw. etc.
HAIR RESTORATIVE.
A New Discovery ! !
r HALOM S
"VITAZIA
op,
SalvTon for the Hair.
, CIJiAR ASWATES !
WlTIItSEDIMENT ! !
OPENTftJHK LIGHT ! I
For Re
;tortng to
air tts
Original Co.'or
Phai.os's "ViTALyWifFcrs ut
terly from all thnTair coloring
preparationjeretotorc osed.
It is lbitpid, sweet smelling,
precjptatesnomuddyor slimy
mafcr,rcquires noshaking,im
parSs no stain to the skin. Hold
it tche light and it is clear and
clouVess. It leaves no mark on
the scafc ; yet it reproduces in
gray haiHiitnatural color that
time or sicths may have
bleached out ot" it.
tPhalon'sVitali.
is tor one sole purposc)at oi
reproducing.witn aDsarute cer
tainty, the naturalolor of thf
hair. It is nowintended as a
daily dressiu(f?nortorremoving
scurf or irnidruff ; nor for cu-
rinjr baJRness: nor for stimula-
growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom-
plishftl after the color has been
fixed with the Vitalia, bv Pha-
Ion s Cjfeemical Hair Invigo-
a . . -
rator,
The ViTAiita harmless
ana unequaled preparation tor
the reproduction
nal hue of rrrav hair.alid noth
ing else. This is accomplished
in rrom tw o to ten aaphcations,
accordingto theirfrth of shade
required. SoWrall druggists.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
T. B. LOGWOOD. T. B. UZCOV. W. C. FOLKES.
Logwood, Mieou & Foikes,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
15 Union Street,
ME. flS,t - - TEXNESSEE.
ew W. C. FOLKES, Commlsslonr for Ar
kansas. ocZ!
E. M. Yerger &. M. D. Welch,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
15 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn.
d
t7w. Beow. o. P. Ltubs. B. C. Bsown.
BROWN, LYLES & BROWN,
LAWYERS,
OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,.
Corner of Main,
se28 MEMPHIS, TENN.
WM. M. SMITH,
y 1 1 o r o y at Xs . w,
OFFICE. 308 1-2 Second St.,
CORNER OF MONROE,
do
For Sale 100 Horses & Mules
AT
0I6GS & WOFFORD'S
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE
No. 8"6 Main Street.
TE have one bundled head of Horses and
Mules for sale, and will keep uonslat.k.y
on band Homes and Males for sale at the
gg market price. g
A BARGAIN.
T E are requested to sell, upon
able terms, that Taiaabls
inoat favor-
brick rest-
den'-, pi. ssantiy suusted, on Dumap street,
between Bu-s avenue anMMadlson street.
The t;ouse is one and a-halrRories high con
tains nine rooms, including kltchsa, clostts,
etc. ; stable on tha premlsaa.
Far partlculsrs. aj.ply to
ArU-N-N L.t . LLC 1 Ilk. H.HU.'l',
Attorneys at Law,
dais
Na. UMasliaaasKsat.
LIDAY GIFTS.
A NEW LOT OF
FRENCH PERFUMERY!
Of the Most Fashionable, Recherche and
Exquisite Varieties,
JUST RECEIVED BT
Thco. Hoornor,
Chemist and Druggist, and Direct Importer
of Foreign Pertnmenes Toilet Artlelus.etr ,
corner of BEaL A1i SfcAXiND BTRfcETS,
Memphis. deil
CHRISTMAS
Arn
HOLIDAY GOODS
Mosby's Mammoth Depot
Aim
VARIETY STORE,
No. 37 South Court St.,
VtrBKSS HE 18 OPENING A LARGE AND
W handsome stock of
CHRISTMAS GOODS,
Pultable for all clnssfj of people, especially
for Ladles and Children. His stock com
prises Toys of every variety,
Fancy iuveniie and Toy Books
NOTIONS & FANCY GOODS,
A large Tarlety of
I H. 33'WOIIH.S
From a small Fire to a larae Cannon Cracker.
SANTA CLAUS
PRIZE CANDY PACKAGES.
Put u
np in nice ooxes. rroni 2S to SO cents per
box, witb elegant piece of Jewlry
In each box.
AGENCY FOR THE PRIZE CANDY,
Wholesale and Retail.
COME ONE! COSE ALL!
tf The Lndles and Children are partltu-
lariy luvtted to call.
200
Boxes No. I Fire Crackers
AT WHOLESALE,
MOSBY'S VARIETY STORE.
AT
de22
PLANINC MILL.
Gayoso Planing Mills
No. 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 (rre&t Tarlety; al. Mantles, Ventilator",
Bracket, t'ornlce and Buell Work; alto.
-: ,i r Work. Newel I'oet, eland Kail aud Bal
lUKters, Table Legs, shelf Uallusters, etc.;
also,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES.
Dressed Flooring. Celling and Weather Board
lug. Laths aud Uhingles. All our work is
made o( tbe
Best Materials, and Warranted as
Represented.
Ours Is a Home Manufactory, and we chal
lenge competition, both in quality and
price, from anywhere. Send for Price List
and try us.
no2S d&w RUSSELL, FARMS & CO.
TRANSPORTATION.
QUICK TIME EAST I !
Louisvilie Route Always Ahead
SUMMER SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WTLX. ELU JLB atlVLOW8 CM THM
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (dty time IH'.i.il. 2:4Sp.m.
Morning train from Mcmphhs does not run
on Sunday.
Leave Memphis, rtty time, 4: M a.m. 2:45p.m.
Arrive at Naahvtlle 11:4) p.m. 5:00a.m.
Sleeping Cars on Evening Train from Mem
phis to Louisville aud Memphis to Nashville.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured at the Company's ofB
Main street, and at Depot, head of Mti
...i -.1..
Vtpot ,
by the
MemphS Ciy Transfer rompmiv: ut Hotels.
Private UeFtiI?not,i, or ou hoard boat, to ail
principal points East and North.
SAM. 3. JONES. Sapt.
-ii i-ium --si-M-'g
Notice to Tax-Payers
OF SHELBY COUNTY.
business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestig-
eradicated without the use of mercury. Suf
ferers from 1m potency, or loss of Sexua!
rITE Tax Books for the year 1W( will be I Power, restored to free vigor In a few weeks,
ready January 1, IS'O. and X will imme- j Qleet or Ghonorrhea of long standing, when
diately thereafter proceed to collect accord- ail internal remedies have tailed, permanent
lag to taw. . v and ttpeedily cured by a new treatment.
All Tax-payers who have personal prop- I Victims oi self-abuse and excessive veuery.
erty must come forward at once, or they will ' suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of phy-
flnd tlieir Taxes in the hands of Constables, ;
ho sr,
authorized to distrain a bunlcirncy
to pay ail taAes.
I will attend at the following named places
i r
I w
r t
tor the purpose oi receiving the siute ana
County
Taxes for the year l."j:
FIRST DISTRICT.
At C M Freed's store vHaiel Flats), on Tues
day, January ;
SKCOVD ntSTRtCT.
At W. C. Ward's, Eso. , on Monday. Jan. 10th.
THIBD DISTRICT.
At Bolton's Store, on staturday, January 8th.
FOURTH DISTRICT.
At Cuba, on fi Iday, January 7th.
r.nK DISTRICT.
At Englnehoase, cor. Secoud tsL, on Monday,
January 24lh.
SIXTH DISTRICT.
At Raleigh, on Saturday. January Uth.
SX V f NTH DISTRICT.
At Bartlett, on Friday, January Mth.
KIQHTH DISTRICT.
4t Shelby Depot, on Wednesday .January 12th.
SIXTH DMTRICT.
At Fiahervllle, on Thursday. January 13th.
TENTH DISTRICT.
At ColUarvllle. on Mo .day. January 17th.
XLXVENTH DISTRICT.
At Germantown. on Tuesday, January ISth.
TWELFTH DISTRICT.
At Mechanlcsvllle, on Thuoday, January 20th.
THIRTKCNTH DISTRICT
At Arnold's, on Friday, J .nuary 21st.
roURTXCNTH DISTKICT.
At Offiae, rorner second aud Luiou, on Tues
day, January ith.
nrraisTH district.
At Hsndwerser's Uroctry iChelsea). on Sat
urday, January 22d.
SIXTEENTH DISTRICT.
At White's Station, Weduesday, January 19th.
SEVENTEENTH DD3TRICT.
At McConuell's Church, on Thurday. Jan eth.
M M. MCLKAN,
Tax Collector Shelby County, Tenn.
W Office In Couuty Court Building, corner
Second and Union streets. Room No. 4. de
NOTICE.
I this cltv. havine been dissolved, as well
by mutual consent on tbe l'nh dsy of Anusl,
I860, ns by the death of J.T. Haudlan, resident
partner, on the Sth day of November. l'SS.
we, the undersigned, as surviving partners of
said Arm, hereby give xonci to ail persons
Indebted to tbe same, to call, without delay,
at ihe office of Wakismr. Lee AThcrxond,
attorneys-at-law. No. IS Madison street, and
fay orir the amounts due from the m respect
ively. All such Indebtedness remaining un
paid on the M January, 1S70, will withoutez
ception, and In accordance with onr instruc
tions, be placed lo suit, and their collection
eaforced as speedily as possible.
JESSE A KNOT CO.,
Surviving Partners.
Wsrinnlx, Lea A Thurmond, Attorneys.
delS
NOTICE.
In ATE this day bought out the interest of
Geo. Pcott in the stove and Tin Bnslness.
s6 seeond street, and will continue the busi
ness at the old stand. All Jobs will be
promptly attended to, and Stoves and Tin.
ware seed aa ebaap as any bouse in tne city.
jr WM. BIOFk,
Walker Brothers & Co
229 MAIN
Attention ! Attention ! Attention !
NO HUMBUG ! N0 HUMBUG !
Look out for Bargains ! Look out for Bargains !
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
Great Reduction ! Great Reduction !
A SURPRISING REDUCTION !
All those desirous of SECURING BARGAINS, should attend the GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALE OF CUR
IMMENSE RETAIL STOCK
OP
Dry Goods & Clothing
AS
Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business.
de!9 w s WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST.
HARDWARE.
COTTON GINS!
ALL9SOIV BROS
BOLE AGENTS FOR
E. CARVER. & CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WHOLESALE DEALERS II
HARDWARE
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc..
270 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE.
PLANTERS or merchant dealfniln? to par
eh.ijc Uid Stands will tlo well to bear lc
rniti'i that we ar . Ajceiit for " E. CAH
VEB A CO. s IMPROVED COTTON GWS
The unequaled beauty of the staple cf cotton
ginned on these well known Gin 8tambt, the
lightues ot their Improved running pear, ln
ereawed yield of lint, and many other
knowledod advantages, make them more
deslrabV than In former years, when, aa now,
they were the favorite. JyV
REMOVAL
REMOVAL.
T
HE office of W. Y. C1RODE. Asslmoe In
Bankruptcy, la removed to Mailnon
street, t-etween rrua' ana Main streets, kw
BA.tK ;. !:-. Persons barium bu.Htnet
wttn the omce will tatte uotlce. -tel2
REMOVAL.
3. N. O S 33, Tl,.
SADDLERY,
AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
!
HAS REMOVED TO
817 3.-8 3VI -A. I XVT ST.
) noU
MEDICAL.
qj RUSSELL'S
TD X S 3P E! IV STTL IT,
The largest and Oldest Institution of the
kind in the South icext; Established
Ten Years, and the Only Relia
ble Place for the Cure of
Xs riTftte X isonso m.
Dr. RUSSELL, No. 42 Nortli-Court Street.
northsideof Court Hquare, Memphis,
Tenn.. is acknowledged by all
parties interested as by Car
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN
IN the treatment of Private and secret dis
eases. Quick, thorough atd permanent
cares guaranteed lu every oae, male or fe
male. Ileceul cases of GhouoThea and Sypnl
1U cured In a few day, without the use of
mercury, change of diet or hindrance from
sical and mental power, speviiiy aud perma-
itly cured. All ooniUiUUous strictiy
oonndeutiiLi. a
Ottlce hours from Sam. to 5 p.m.
Dr. J. B. Rl'-WELL, (.onsultlng Physician.
L. Q WAKRAN, becretary.
Treatise on Chronic Diseases furnished free.
on at.pllc-ttioii. del.3 Jig
LUMBER, LATHS ANO SHINGLES.
LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL.
THE oldest Yard In Memphis; established
In 1M7. With a full stock of loss, sea
soned and dressed lumber on yard, are pre
pared to furnish any quantity and dimen
sions of cypress or poplar, at short notice. A
large stock of Doors, Blinds and Sash, glazed
orungtaxed; Laths, shingles. Cedar Fence
posts, fine aud Poplar Flooring, always ou
hand. Our motto Is, quick sales and small
profits.
M. E. J. W COCHRAN,
Office and Yard fool of Washington St.,
BoSdAW ear river.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT. s
I will rent, publicly.
On the 15th Day of January Next. 1870,
On the premise, tbe plantation know:, as
the L.kGKAN1 PBuPKKTY, within the La
conia Lircle. Ark... fifty miles below Helena.
coiitaininK Heven Hundred Acie nf Cleared
i,M.udL, in flue tale of cultt vailon, with com
lortKble ImprovemeutM and a flne .steam Giu
upon the premiM. Ternu made known on
day of renting. dcll PAX BRYAN.
FOR RENT.
THE LOCK HART PLANTATION, NEAR
Sunflower Landing, Coahoma county,
Mississippi, will be rented for the year 1ST0,
at five dollars Der acre. There are fonr hun-
I dred acres of cleared land, much of It high
and of superior quality, wun a new gtnnouse,
two Iron-tubed wells with pumps, and suffi
cient hewed-log tenements to accommodate
a faintly and the laborers.
A good tenaut ean have the privilege of
raying one-half tbe first yea."s rent with re- .
pairs end improvements, such as may be ac
complished with field bands, and oi contin
uing his contract for several years.
Apply te the subscriber at Sunflower Land
ing H. C. CHAMBERH.
Secern tor S. 1SSB. delS
Xiand I Iiaxtd ! Zusnd t
WANTED to rent for tbe year 170. one
hundred or more acres ot Improved
and, lying near the city of Memphis. Par
ties having land to lease, please call at my
Broom Factory, No. t Howard's Row. or ad-
dress me aline, stating deaerjptlon and terms. . work, are respectfully IbvIumI ts communl
delS A. . PS&BY. ' eate wlU as. deM
STREET, 229
WE
BANKS AND BANKING.
REMOVAL.
THK City Bank has removel rrom the cor
ner of Jeff-mon and Front mreeu to the
new Hank Building, No. 9 Madtson street.
: a H.
it. E. ft. Kirk. Cashier.
. -V l t H.-n u r.
J. A. HAVJ
CITY BANK,
"flw Bar.k Building. No. 3 Kadison St.
TRANSACTS A
GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUS'NESS,
And Deals ia Gold. Silver, Stocks, Bonds.
City and County Scrip, and
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES.
Drafts for al In sum to alt. on Eng. i
lan-l. Irei nd. See ami. fri.c, .uid ull j nri- I
of UeruiAuy. Aiso, u L'rafts ou NVk
" FiRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DIRECTORS:
b. Wit hit.
F. h. Davis.
J. T. FAR'...'ON,
G. H. Jl'llAM,
J. N.OUVER,
a F. SMITH,
c. c.
NEWTON FORD,
W. W. THATt irSR
W. P. PIMl'lFir,
W. W. YOCTNQ,
W. R. Ml njRK.
J. W. JEFFUtlsON,
PAKTKK.
F. S. DAVIS.
Prwfttent
NEWTON FORD,
Vice-President
W. W. THACHER, Cashier.
BANKING HOUSE
OF
MEMPHIS LIFE
And Gen'l Insurance Company,
Cor. Front and Madison Sta.,
D. B. MOLLOY, President.
au3 FERDINAND M0LL0Y. Cathler.
MERCHANTS'
NATIONAL BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DoesaGeneralltanking and Exchange
Business.
Collections made at ail points and
Promptly Iteinitted.
DIRECTORS :
AMOS WOOPtt'FF, A. T. IJVCET.
J. E. MTKRJM.YN, TU. K. SMITH,
H.T.TUMLINSON, A.J.WHITE,
H. A. PARTEE. J. R. W ATKINS,
W. H. CHElikY.
W. H. CHERRY,
President
AM0SW0ODKUFF,
Vice Presidint.
H. A. PARTEE,
Cashier
J. J. FREEMAri,
Ass't Cashier
sets
THE DeSOTO BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DIRECTORS:
JAMES ELDER, W. H. WOOD.
T. R. EAKWRTH. S. H DINSCOMB,
JOHN B. LELCIL
OFFICERS :
JAMES ELDER, : : T President
W. H. WOOD, : : Vice-President
T. R. FARNSWORTH, : Cashier.
ocH
EMSVIET BANK,
No. 6 MADISON STREET.
Thos. XTtsslxox-, Fres't.
OELLH R!ht Drafts on Ireland, and Three
7 and Sizty Days' Sight on I.ondon, at New j
York rates; and can draw in sums to suit
purchasers on all the principal cities and
'owns in Continents! F.uroc
ope.
al E
Also, transact a geuers.1 Exchange and
Banking Business.
OC14
UNION AND PLANTERS BANK
Of Mompliis.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
MExJtis November L 1S69.
The Board of LMrectors aa' e ordered an in
stallment of 10 upon the Subscribed Capital
of this Ban it to be paid ou or before the first
of January next.
nov2 S. P. HEAD, Cashier.
STOVES, ETC.
THE FAVORITF
Is guaranteed to be in all respects a
FIRST-CLASS COOK STOVE.
Call and examine them. For sale by
T. S. JTJHCBS,
G28 Second Street
sr Roofing, Guttering and General
Work solicited and promptly executed, oe
MISCELLANEOUS.
HOPSINS,
(Successor to Lafontalne),
No. 243 SECOND STREET,
LaFONTAINE SALOON,
ar Keeps on hand the best Wines. Liquors
and Cigars, In the city,
ar Lunch every day from 10 to 12 o'clock.
delS
.
r CAYTfilU Hi. I fl
lee rr f w 1 W mi w W
CONTRACTORS
AND REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
252 Front St., Up-stalrg, Memphis, Tenn.
DVANTAOE of eastern labor enablea ua
to do all kinds of railroad work, erect
buildings and machinery of every style, guar
anteeingsailsiactlon. Part lea wishing to boy
or sell Real Estate, Machinery, Contractor a
Surplies, of any description, or contract ior
B.J. SEMMES & CO.,
B. J. SEMMES.
WHISKIES:
YANNISSEE,
WESTMORELAND
ROBERTSON COUNTY,
Bourbon,
PURE RYE,
And a variety of other grades of
WHISKEY
FOR COUNTRY TRADE
G. W. L CROOK & CO., Managers
Widows' & Orphans' Benefit Life Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
ASSETS, ::::::: $1,510,000
Policies issued upon all the approved plaus of Life Iruuraac.
Children's Educational Annuities granted. No restriction poa 3Wi-
dence or travel. Dividend payable in cash at end of each year.
" Tontine dividend " system the beet and cheapest mod f Life Insu
rance. Call and have it explained.
6. W. L. CROOK & CO., Managers,
OfBo. B79 Adtlxx Street.
IIJ.IAM OKOIU.
Orgill Brothers & Co.
IMPORTERS
HARDWARE
NOS. 310 AND 312 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
FOREIGN DOMESTIC HARDWARE
l'E ARE D'RECT IMPORTER OK ALL ' ICR roREIN WMM WKPt K Ht-f ir
DnirjeMtlr ChkI.. fnai the Mttuufarruret-. We an enjkblwi u oftot apaai ulv-kuuw I
' be trade. We are SOLE AGENTS In MewyhU for the
E i ii Steel Brush Cotton Gin ; also, Buckeye Ruapes ano Mnwert,
Marvin k Co.'s Greatly celebrated fire and Bury.ar Pruoi Mta.
Sorghum Mills. Bradtord's (Cincinnati Wheat and Com Mills.
And many other articleM ng nrmeron.' i rit ntmu. .n-ulTarai lup-m-ui id areit y '
riety. French Window Glasa. Iron. Met. i . '. Reltiua. W beat Turiin. etc.
W TERMS CASH. OR SHORT 1TY V ' ITASi E tttftf-
. EN
Valuable
96
B.
P.
EHfl-BOl RS' Cnililj OXJH.3E3
Contains no Quinine or Arsenic wiil pay Five Hundred Dollars in Bold
for anv chemist finding either in its composition.
It U pnrel" t Ves-etaole Tomponnd, an t
jF...:,m...t..nill,. ... m .... .. J
for a fair trial of onr Chili Cttro. '
IIIlNriDTDXIS' STOMACH 2
The most popular Bitters now in rise. It cares Kidney Disease, reatorsc strength and ipp
ute, makes new blood, builds up weak and enlVeiiejt frame. For famaie -rnl ess it la uusur-
fici As a Beverage U nas no eq oal. :
. W
Act promptly causing no fee.Ing of slcknen
Jaundice, Liver compialul and Ulilousncss they are a certain cure.
ETJREK.A "V7"OHjI OINTIDY,
A safe and efficient remedy for Children, relieving them In a very few hoars.
We have hundreds of cer- ideates from rinse ns aad poys-.ciana oi high standing, that
tnese medicines are what we represent thein to be. A lair trial will prov their virtu.
Dr. F. H. KHDEBa
Bdr For Sale by Druggists and general Storekeepers every u-here.
EIVUEITS ROSS, Sole Propr ,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS
Paducnh, Sozituolky.
The above Medlslnes ara for sale, at Wholesale and RatalL sr
C C. WARD t CO., AAD WILA'ERSOX BLAIR, DRUGGIS7S
CUBBINS & GUNN.
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
HAVTNO THE LARGEST AND MOfTT COMPLETE FOUSDBT ATS MA CHI 3TB SHOT I
the Southwest, are prepared to do all work 1b
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER
THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND
Which will be out and fitted to order, promptly
tention to
i to
FRENCH BURR
Whloh, for durability and satisfactory working, are unsurpassed. SM UTTERS, BOLTXN
CLOTHEH AND LEATHER BELTINU, In fuil supply, and cheaper than else w Sere.
UNION FOUNDRY,
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou. Memphis farm.
Memphis Nursery.
A CHOICE SELECTION CF
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. Addrew
KOEN cj
e d z Atnr
808 Front
O. - A-V' -A4AA-" ,
J. M. UILBKRT. Jk. i
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS
XN OBNTRAli PART OS" OIT1
M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
JNO. W. DAWSON.
BRANDIES:
J.& F.MARTELL
Pinet, C&stiilon&Co.,
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.,
Planat&Co.,
JAMES HENNESSY,
Aym
VIRGINIA PEACH
A. . M'Wi
AND DEALERS IN
& CUTLERY,
DERS'
Remedies
i
P.
M.
81
81
Warranted to Core FEVEP. aad A'1 TE t htrw-
.. .. r t- --,,,... .11 .ha, W
of the stomach, and aoab iaa no cala;
SBL la
-AND
WATER PIPES OF
ALL SIZES
and welL
One of the lna Elves snnaiaat a.
us of the very beat
GRIST MILLS,
O-l
St.
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