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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1STO.
FINANCE AND TRADE. FINAXCE. Office or tbi Dailt Apft ax, 1 Men pais, December 31, 1870. J Both currency and exchange are eur, Cotton bills are taken at X?S discount. Checking at par to discount. Local scrips are quiet and unchanged. The demand is light for all descriptions, and offerings are generally in a small way. Dealers buy gold at New York rates and sell at lc advance, with iitilf doing. Tennessee bonds are steady; New sold In New York to-dav at V4"., with 52c bid for Old. There is some improvement no tod Governments. The opening quotations were higher to-day, and the feeling was better. 1 bey closed strong. Bonds of 1881 llSh' 6-au Bonds of 1S62 u-ir& 6-20 - 1964 111(J- 6-30 " 1865 U2& 6-JO 1885, new 114H 6-20 ' 1867, " . 114J 6-20 1868, " lMXQ 10-40 Bonds 10 to Padnc Sixes 108 The Stock Board adjourned after the first call to-day until Monday next. Canton CH Western Union Telegraph Co SI ;-, Quicksilver H Pacific Mail 43& Adatus Express tn Wells, Fargo dt Co.'s Express 21 AUMirican Express. 38 United States Express. 48 Merchants Union Express. ! Kew York Central 85 4 Kew York Central Scrip - 81 Erie 224 Beading WSi Michigan Central 115 lfichgan Southern - MM Illinois Central 131 Cleveland snd Pittsburg. 80 Chicago and; Northwestern. il ' ( Chicago and Xortiiwestert. preferred. M ' , Bock Island UZX Harlem 128 ljeXew York weekly bank statement is as follows: Loans decreased. S 6S9.A13 Legal tenders decreased. 54o,olo Specie increased 2,74o,KU Deposits increased I,963u8 Circulation increased. 23,060 souri. All the Eastern States, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and all , the Western, except Minnesota, nave ad j vanoed in production, but the Southern States, excepting on! v Florida, Louisiana 1 and Texas, have reduced their aggregates, j The sweet potato crop is somewhat less than an average. The latest tobacco returns Indicate a re I dnction ot one-third in Virginia and Maryland, one-sixth in Kentucky, sixteen per cent, in Michigan, with a slight de crease in Indiana and Illinois. Massachu setts, West Virginia, Michigan, Wiscon sin and the States West of the Mississippi have somewhat enlarged their production. A fair summary of these returns would seem to indicate an aggregate reduction of about twenty par cent. The apple crop is more than an average in the West, with the exception of Ohio, wMre a reduction of twenty per cent, is indicated. Maine, Massachusetts and Rhode Island made but halt a crop. New Hampshire sad Connecticut three ourtbs, while Vermont enjoyed nearly an average yield. New York and Penn sylvania suffered fully a tenth of a reduc tion. New Jersey and Delaware, Mary land and Virginia, produced average crops from full to large, and the more Southern States report generally a small yield. In Calhoun county, Michigan, one hundred thousand bushels, one-third of the crop, were frozen. In Athens county, Ohio, many thousands of bushels have been frozen on the trees. Similar state ments come from all parts of the West. Baooixo Prices are generally firm; Heavy Kentucky 2627c BrTTEB Choice roll or tub is in fair de mand at 3sfa40e; inferior is dull at 25fa30c. RAILROAD INTELLIGENCE. Jtoaphis and Little Rock Railroad. To Maniso aim Lir-rue Kocx, akkaitsas. Going West Leave Hopefleld daily at e.-OU a.m. Coming East Leave L'Angnllle at 1:30 p.m. Ferry Boat leaves foot of Union sit. at 4:0u a.m. B. D. WILLIAMS, General Agent and Superintendent. Memphis and Louisville Railroad. DKPART AERIVM. Day Express, city time 4:00a.m. 2:15a.m. Sight Lxpress, city time..2:4o p.m. U:lua.in. Ticket offl-.-wi No. 237 1-2 Slain slieet and at Depot, head of Main street. Sleeping Car attached to Nlgut Express Trnii:, which goes throagh to Ns.hvllle, via Nashville ano. Northwestern Railroad, with out change. 8AM. a JONES, U Sup'L Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad. ARRIVE. DEPART. New Orleans Mall, dallr ...3:20p.m. 13Kinonn N. Orleans Express, daily -DO j a.m. 4:15 p. m Freight, dally except dun- day S:10p.m. 6:00 a.m. Mail Train makes direct connection for New Orleans and all points South. Express Train makes direct connection for Coffeeville, Water Valley, Oxford, Holly springs and all points north of Grenada on Mississippi Central Railroad. Ticket office 237 1-a Main street and at the Depot, fin nitiuw.es will call for passengers and check baggage in any part af the city, by leaving orders at iJT 1-2 Main street. A. 8. LdVERMORE. (Jen'ISup't. C. P. OAKLEY, Gen ' I Ticket Agent. Memphis and Charleston Railroad. CXTTON. Ckabtbe.-: of Commbrcb, I Mimrais, Decern uCr 3L, 1889. J This has been an active day iii the cot ton market, and the sales have been f x oeeded but once this season. Prices are some better than yesterday, owing to the advance in New York and Liverpool, and tine cottons are especially in request at full prices, while the demand for lower grades has somewhat improved. The sales which aggregated 3200 bales, consist ed in part of 125 bales strict middlings at "25 :,o, 215 middlings at 2424!c, loo low middlings 2S.Sc, 50 low middlings S3c. and 1360 bales mixed and stained on a ba sis of ic fer low middlings. The mar ket closed firm ss follows : . Ordinary - 21 &22 Ooud Ordinary 23 gjIJt Low Middlings MKM- Middlmgs MXm etrict Middlings 25 25S ' iood Middlings -Vi3 OOTTOS STATES? fcNT. Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1st... 94 Received to-day 1,949 Received previously 13u,S!7 132,838 ! Total. UUnI Snipped to-dsy Shipped previously... 1,27 Brooms Moderate demand at f3$6 per dozen, ss to quality. BROOMroBN Nominally li'j250 per ton. Bctldkrs' Material Lime $2 00 per barrel. Cement steady; Louisville, $3 25; Rosendale, f4 50. Plaster, 5 00. Hair, in 40 lb bales, 12 75 to 3. Fire brick 95 to . Building Brick IS per M. Corsmeal Kilndried is in some de mand, but dull at 94 75, delivered, selling from store at 95 In a small way. Coffee Prices are steady; Rio 18 23c Cotton Till W 400, 22c; 500, 20c; a00, 18c; 700, 16c. cheese E.D. 19c. Factory 19c. W. R. 18c Cottonseed The mills pay f 12 per ton on levee, snd 12 50 delivered st mills, buyer furnishing sacks. Egos The market is very dull at MMa, Flour There is no change to note; all grades are steady; Super, $4 HQS; X,I5 25 ( 50; NX, 95 75 25; XXX and Fan ex, 96 758 00. i .. -a Meats Market unsettled ; dressed pork ltXJllc; Beef, hindquarter, 6fJ8c; forequarter, 3(a0c, Multen, 7Sc PatiTs Apples are selling at 92 5o 3 50 for common and medium grades, but choice are held st 9K&4 50. Dried Apples 7c; Dried Peaches s-'iloc for quarters and halves; Peeled, lolijjc: Lemons, 910910 50 per box; Orauges, 91112 per bbb Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbls t243&25: S, bbls 912 50(9918 00; No. 2, in bids 917 50; S do Is 75; "o. 1, kits 92 9093; No. 2 do 92 152 25; No. . $1 90&92. White Ash, S bids, 98. Sardines 121 5022 per -r for quartsrs; 935 for halves. Peso There is little doing. Shelled corn 92,92 Sc. Oats firm at 70c. Bran 92223 per ton. Hay 925 50(5,27, ss to quality. Cooked Cottonseed Meal 922(23 per ton loose at oil mills. Oamb aVP PorLTRT Chickens are ARRIVE. Mall Train S-JC p.m. Express Train 10:50 p.m. Junction Aacoiu'ixlatton- 8:15 a.m. boinerville Accomodation S:45 a.m. Take effect iluul::y, With. W. J. ROSS, Oen'l Sop't. DEPAET. 12 :00 m. lldOp.m tutu p.m 4 40 p.m SPECIAL NOTICES. The Great Pictorial Annual. Hostet- ter's United States Almanac for ISTO, for dis tribution, gratu, throughout the United States and all civilized countries of the Western Hemisphere, la now ready for distribution, and all who wish to understand the true philosophy of health should read and ponder the valuable suggestions it contains. In ad dition to an admirable medical treatise on the causes, prevention and cure of a great va riety of diseases, it embraces a large amount of Information interesting to the merchant. the mechanic, the miner, the farmer, the planter, and professional man ; and the cal culations have been made for snch meridians and latitudes as are most suitable for a correct and comprehensive National Calendar. The nature, uses, and extraordinary sanita ry effects of HOSTilTTKK S STOMACH BIT TERS, 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 illustrations, valuable recipes for the household and farm, humorous aneo dotes, and other instructive and amusing reading matter, original and selected. Among the Annuals appearing with the opening of the year, this is one of tne most useful, and may be had for the diking. The proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter A Smith, on receipt of a two cent stamp, will forward a copy by mail to any person who cannot procure one In his neighborhood. The BITTERS are sold in every city, town snd village, and are exten sively used throughout Hie entire civilised world. We have provided ourselves with a full stock at Plantation Supplies which, to the trade, we are offering at great inducements. Among which may be fouud the following: 900 dozen Planter's Hoes, 110 dozen Blind Bridles, 280 dozen Hames, 230 dozen Hogskin Collars, 1,200 coils Cotton and Grass Plow Line, 5,000 pairs Tracechains 75 dozen Single and Double Trees, 125 dozen Back Bands, 140,000 pounds Hollowware Castings, 600 dozen Axes. Sole Agents in Memphis for the Brinley Separate Share & Urie Steel Plows, Owners of the Mitchels Patent ; also, the leagues Patent Cotton Scrapers, A full Stock of Hardware and Agricultural Implements in store. ORGILL BROS. & CO., CORNER MONROE AND FRONT STREETS. MEMPHIS, TENN. FURNITURE. CARPETS, Cloth and Shades A New and Elegant Stock just re ceived by E. FEGAN, 260 Second St, Vincent Block, Which I propose to sail Cheap for CASH. HARDWARE. COTTON GINS! NO HUMBUG ! NO HUMBUG ! deU TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST!! Louisville Route Always Ahead SUMMER. SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. 110,330111,96' 2U,W3 251 .. 211 3t4 .... iau ... 90-2 .. lOu .. 2P3 ... 644 Stock on hand at noon bo-day HBCKIPT. Memphis and Charleston R. R. ... MianiMippi and Tennessee K. K Ateuiphic and Ohio K. R Memphis and Louisville R. K. . Kiver Wagons, est EXPORTS. Memphis snd Charleston R. R Memphis and Ohio R. R bUsauiers uortb COTTON IK XKW YORK. December 31, 10:25 a.m. Cotton firm ; Ordinary, 23.Sc; Good, c; Good Or dinary. 24Sc; Mobile, 25c; Low Mid dling, 24c; Orleans, 25c; Vplands, Ms. 12:30 pja. Cotton demand fair; pricss linn; Ordinary. 2S5ie; Good, 25?ie; Good Ordinary, 2V; Mobile, '2ie; Low Middlings, 24?.c; OrUons, 25c; Up lands 2de. 1 p.m. Cotton active at full prices. Botes 3000 and 3000 bales for (January st 'i Se, February 2ti3X, March iifce, April MfMe; Ordinsry, 23!-c; 1 Good. 24r: ''K)u Ordinsrv. 24c; Mobile. She; Low Middlings, WOtH Orleans, Sc; Vplands, 25'4c. 4p.m. Cotton In demand st fair prices, sssd Crm; Ordinsry, MHt Good, 24'.c; Low Middlings, 24 '-c; I'plsnda, Good,2tk'; Mobile, ZSc; Orleans, 25 V. Sales of 2430 bales for export, spinning 1345, speculation 3IW, in transit VM. OOTTOS IK KEW OSLSaKS. yet,embor 31, 11 :30 s.m. Vtton in de snand, ai. I sctive st full pricex; middlinigs 354e. 2:45 p.m. Co'ton in demand, and ac tive st full prices, pPtemfm sales 8000 balea. roTTOK IK UVnnPOOL. December 31, 11 s.m. Cotton ant; aiiddiing hi. lauds, ll.Sd; Orleanb, ll;d. 1 p.m. Cotton firmer and advancing; middling uplauds, H',l!!.d; Orleans, HHHSd- Yarns and fabrics at Man chester firmer. 6 p.m. Cotvou closed active; sales 15.- a (i0 bales for trade. 11.000 for export, and for speculation 4,00U; upland. 1 ; . i , " - ' i - 1 firm st H ; t ' per dozen. Ducks 3 50. Geese IT'J-s. Turkeys 1420; Wild Ducks i4. Wild Geese fxfalo. ' Wild Turkeys fl215. Venison T&9c. Bear meat . lV.20c. Quails f2 252 50 per dot. Squirrels, fi Rabbits, 93. Dressed Turkeys lc,zic per lb. GcKxiKs Good demssd for second hand st 10c to 17c. Hides Prices are wesk. Dry Flint 17c; Dry Salt 14c; Green Salts to 8c; Green 64 to 7c. Ibok Ti Demand light. We quote : K to 7Xc Live Stock Choloe eatilfr are In de- msnd, but common sre dull and U6g tb.Me win lected. We quote: Corn fed ls7e. gross; are ball- BOTTLED PARALYSIS. This Is the proper title of the horrible me tallic hair dyes. Worse than the fate of Ab salom may be the fate of those who use them. ONE WHOLESOME PREPARATION For changing the hairto any desirable shade. from brown to jet black, may be procured every, here, vis : Cristadoro s Excelsior Hair Dyp, After careful analysis. Prof. Chilton, the dis tinguished Chemist, has authorised the pro prietor to declare, on bis behalf, that It con tains nothing deleterious to health. .Soother hair dye in the world has the like guarantee. CRISTADORO'S HA1K PRESERVATIVE, as s Dressing, sets like s charm on the Hair after Dyeing. Try it ALLCOCK'S POROUS PLASTERS Seem to possess the quality of ACCUMULATING ELECTRICITY And imparting It to the body, whereby the circulation of The blood becomes equalized upon the part where applied, reusing pain and morbid action to ea.-e. The Porous P? asters are flexible, and tnund to be of great heip to those riio have wek backs, or palu lnthiiside. Frf-ptx-lally are they valuable to DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WTTJ. Br AS FOLLOWS OK THK Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city time) 4 :00 a.m. 2:45 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not run on Sunday. Leave Memphia, city time, 4:C0 a.m. 2:45 p.m. Arrive at Naashviile 11:45 p.m. S:UUa.tn. Sleeping Cars on Evt ntng Train from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be procured at theCompanv'sofflceST 1-2 Main street, and at Depot, bead of Main St. w'llHKrige Checked at Depot, or by the Memphis city Transfer Company; at Hotels, Private Residences, or on board boats, to all principal jK.ints tast ami orth. SAM. B. JONES, Snpt, Wht.t. Howim- Pmnr Agent. sk) ALLISON BROS., SOLE AGENTS FOR E. CARVER & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HARDWARE IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. PLANTERS or merchants designing to pur chase Uin Stands will do well to bear in mind that we are Sole Agents for "E.CAR VER CO.'S" IMPROVED COTTON GINS. The unequaled beauty of the staple of cotton ginned on these well known Uin Stands, the lightness of their improved running gear, in creased yield of lint, and many other ac knowledged advantages, make them more desirable than in former years, when, as now. they were the favorite. Jy9 Walker Brothers & Co B.J. SEMIVIES& CO., 229 MAIN STREET, 229 ! B J SEMMES . JNO-w-DAWSON- Attention! Attention! Attention ! WHISKIES : BRANDIES : J. & F. MARTELL Pinet, Castillonci C:., OTARD, DUPUY & CO., Planat & Co., JAMES HENNESSY, an VIRGINIA PEACH Look out for Bargains ! Look out for Bargains ! Great Bargains ! Great Reduction ! Great Bargains ! Great Reduction ! A SURPRISING REDUCTION ! All those desirous of SECURING BARGAINS, shouid attend the GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE OF OUR IMMENSE RETAIL STOCK Dry Goods & Clothing AS WD Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business. de!9 ws WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST. YANNISSEE, WESTMORELAND ROBERTSON COUNTY, Bourbon, PURE RYE, And a variety of other grades of WHISKEY FOR COUNTRY TRADE LEGAL NOTICES. COMMISSIONERS' SALE. PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. MISCELLANEOUS. Cotton Land for Sale. BOUT SUU0 acrrs of the richest cotton land x of Chicot coumy. Ark., the finest cotton replon in the world; it is high bunk land; formerly Bells Point, one of the first e- .lectlona on the river; 1'jOU acren cleared, bal ance timber, reali:y sahihle as wood or lum ber: leveed fronting ou Hie river, and encir cled by a b-autllul lak. : it has the ereat sd- j vantage of independence of the levees of the ! mnin Hhore. and can be made s stost secure i and beautiful domain. Valued, before the I war. at Sl.xi.uuu; It is now offered so low that the profits of a single full crop will pay for It. ! not sold by loth January. 1$70. it will be leased on favorable terms. Apply to de J..I1.N T. IS3WDALL. St. Louis. Mo. 1, eted this terrible a strumentsl in climates they or between th neys, by those astly. j good grass, Vac; inferior to oomaion, j t4QMc- Hogs are west at & a. 1V gross : cbok Sueep, per U-aJ : MiLtCows, 30Xi); Work Oxen, 7uXg.l2U per yoke. Molasses Prices are nrm. Prime to choice Louisiana, 75Cgie ; Golden Syrup 91(0.1 15. Naval Storks Tar, In kegs, 95 25 to 5 Ti for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, 98 to 10; Pitch 96 p. bl; Oakum 95 to 96 per bsis. PBODrcK Potatoes ar dull at 7580c per bushel. Onions 944 54. Gsbbags i 915 per hogshead. Provisions Our quotations are nonii- i nal Mess pork g30(i.ti Clear bulk sides I lo'-slTc. Shoulders 12V13c. Sugar- I ourei) hams i J4.-. Laru is steady; tierces lilty; kegs 20(21c; caddies 21 (21 WL Powder Blasting 94 ;c per keg. Rifle ' 96 50. Kh-k Carolina, 9&9?;". Ixiuisiana, Salt-280 lb barrels, 92 H029U;7-bushel j JerTt Iye ; harmlw barrels, 3 mXaJi T3j Liverpool sacks, 92 75(fcJ. lds t'onsumptioi: ve loosened the grasp of Ion, aaid been mainly In- I ftin a cure. In variable i iid be wora on tb breaat are subject to take cold A BARGAIN. 11 "E are requested to sell, upon most fa vor ? able terms, that valuable brick resi dence, pleasantly- situated, on Dun lap street, between B.iss avenue und Madtson street. They are I The house Is one and a-lmlf stories high, con- nav, tljev lains nine rooms, lncinumg Kitchen, closets, For particulars, apply to WABINNEK, Lfct: A TIirRMOND. Attorneys at Law, dels N IS Maiiisau street To Owner or Uorse.--TliOHsand8 of horses die yearly from Colic. Tills need not bp. Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment will positively cure every case. If given when first taken. The cost is only one dol lar Every owner ot s horse should have a bottle in bis stable, ready for use. It is war ranted sui-erlor to an thing else for the cure of Cuts, W'ndgalls. Swellings. Sore Throat, Hprains, Bruises, old Sores, etc. This Lini ment Is no new remedy. It has been used and approved of lor i.' years by the first boruuien in the country. Uiven to an over driven . " : acts like magic. Ordeigare constantly received from the kaciso staiilrs or E'ii.AXD f(r it. The sielebrated Hiram WoodrutT, of trotting fame, usj'd it lor years. Col. PhiLiP. Bcsh.otthe Jerome Race Course, hssglveu s oeriiqeate, wblch can'be seen at the lei ot. Stating '.hat aiui fear oi trial. It Istt- best In the world. His address Is Ford ham. N. Y. No one once using it will ever be v. ; It is put up I n pint ltt les. Sold bv the Druggists and Saddlers t hroughoct the Tntted 8U.tes. Itpot, 10 Park Place, New York. f Hslr Dte.-Tias spieud'.d I'.nlr lye is me oest in i-c ruria; me true and $500 REWARD. irlIERF.AH, His Excellency, Powell Clsy- ton, Uoveruorof Arkansas, having offi cially offered a reward of Two Hundred iol lars for the arrest and conviction of James A. Davis, who murdered my husband. Augustus L Vltherlngton. at Moro Landing, oil the OuaMilia river, Arkansas, on the ath day of March, 11: Now, trierefore, oe it iaoira, that I hereby offer an additional reward of Three Hundred Dollars for the arrest and safe con finement of tne said James A. Davis in any prison in the United states, or in the Terri tories thereof, where he can be procured upon a requisition from the Governor of this State. Address, Mrs. M. K. WITHERINUTON Lanark, Bradley county. Ark. November 1, rE8TKiPTioN. Ksiil Jsmes A. DavLs is about fifty FSSf of age. about 5 feet 10 inches in bight, hair and beard gray; has lost a por tion of bis front teeth; sharp features, and complexion browned by exposure to the weather; U an inveterate smoker: rather slow of speech ; generally goes armed with a navy-six sluoter or a rtne; was a resident of California some years since, and is supposed to be now somewhere In that State. He is familiarly known amoug his acquaintances as " Jim lavis." dei5 Southwestern Publishing Co. Publishers, Printers, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS. BOOK BINDERS AHD WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS, No. 361 Main Street, Between Union and Gayoso, Mtmphis, Tenn. OFFICERS: H. A, PARTEE, President, Cashier Merchants National Bank. L S. CLARK, Secretary and Treasurer. ' DIRECTORS: W. H. CHEKItV, E. H. MARTtS, Pret. Merchants National Bank; J. R. Qbatbbx LL.D. : P. a. Jones. S. C. Rogers. W. D. Asdrhws. de34 ! RT virtue of a renewed order of sale, ren dered at the October term. WW. of the Mis sissippi county Circuit. Court, I will procaed to sell, to the highest and West bidder, on a credit of four months, at the courthouse door lu the town of Osceola, Arkansas, On TUESDAY, January 4, 1870, all thst tract of land lying in said connty. and known as the Noriena farm, containing about 83i0 acres about Silf si r", cleared. Sale to be made within lawful hours. I'HAS. BoWEN. Commissioner. At the same time and place, I will sell, to the highest bidder for cash, ten mnlcs, placed In my hands as Receiver of the Bostlek A Jordan trust fund. J.v. B BEST, declO Receiver. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. No. 4025, N. R. In the Chancery Conrt of Mem phis, Tennessee. Sam s. Spicer, Executor of H. C. Horton, dee'd. vs. J. B. sharpe. et sX TN this cause, on the 'J3d day of December, m .in iriuci was iruieim, mreuuus pilil- llcation to be made for all persons Interested in the estate of H. '. Horton, dee'd, to eume forward, exhibit their demands, and have themselves matte parties to the bill in this suit, etc.; aNo. enjoining all persons claim ing to be creditors ot siiid estate from Insti tuting sui's at law upon their demands: It is therefore ordered. That all SUCH parties make their appearance herein, at me courthouse, in ' the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday in March, l'jTr), and file and establish their claims as aforesaid, according to law, or the same will be barred and the cause proceeded with exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. A copv arics". A0OUSTON ALSTON, Clerk and Master. By R. J. Black. Deputy Clerk and Master. Estes Jt Jackson. Solicitors for Complain ant. deJ9 BANKS AND BANKING. REMOVAL. TH'- CItJ Bank has rerroved from the cot- ner of JelP-r-.on snd Front streets to the tiison street. 8. H. Tobey, President. E C. Kink, Cashier. J. A. Hates, Jr., Assistant Cashier. CITY BANK, New Bank Building. No. 9 Madison St. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS, And Deals in Go!d, Silver, Stocks. Bonds. City and County Scrip, and SOUTHERN BANK NOTES. mM Drafts for snle In ums to suit, on Eng land. Irelsud, Scotland. France, and all parts of Uertnany. Also. Oold Drafts on New York. ,je3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS: G. W. L CROOK & CO., Managers Widows' & Orphans' Benefit Life Ins. Cos OF NEW YORK. ASSETS, ::::::: $1,500,000 Policies Lwued upon all the approved plans of Lif Insurance. Children's Educational Annuities granted. No restrictions uloii resi dence or travel. Dividend payable in cash at end of each year. Tontine dividend" -y.-.m the best and chetMst mode of Life Ir.-a Call and have it explained. ranee. G. W. L. CROOK & CO., Managers, OfBoe. 270 Main Street. EISM.VN. i'Av:s, . EL MEDICAL. ous; no dissppoiutmeut : no nlK-tti remedies the ill effects of bad Dyes rates and leaves tue Hair soft and t Sr.iAHll nl urn ri no I mJLOT BRO. Sold by all iTUi! I 7 . ' PeifiiM: nd property applied st , Louisians, iaia,:i'4c; rsir, i."4"l-? "-"'-Fully Registrat.cn Noti bin n-.a. UfVEBI-OOL WEEKLY OOTTOS STATKMEXT. Week's receipts, 57,000 bales; week's asles (,000. of which 1X000 was for ex port. Stock ou band 338,000 bales, of which 77,000 are American. The receipts of American for the week were 34,000 bates. Meek atloat 2S,000 bales, of which ITb.OOO are American. TRADK. , The weather is ai fine as could be wished for at this sesn ' I the year. The oldest inhabitant dea not remember a holiday week passing off so beautifully in this respect as the present one has done. The general markets are only moder ately active, but the other trade is fair tor all things excejt meats, which are dull atd nominal. The statistics of Chicago for the present 27,000,(JO0 23,000,000 1&0WI.OU0 feet l.OOu.ooo.wiO Fair, 13(g,13,V; Prime, 13 ijlsc; Yellow clarified 14)15c; ' Mruiu ilaritied 1616Xc; Extra C. 15J , 16c; Crusua fjTftTKn Spirits Demand actise, and market steady. Common Whisky Tk to fl 00; ; Proof il 25 to 1 35. Boi A American, boxes, TV: lo. kegs, to 70. Foglish, boxes St9c; do. kegs Shot Drop, per bag, 2 Buck $3. tisxrre Uarrett, box, $16: psSad, $8. tk)Ai-Palm Soap, 64c ; Xo. 1 do. 7,7ic Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra Family, 6 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported do. 25 to 2Mc. Starch K to 7c per lb. Tallow Dull at 9c. Vineoar Cider vinegar 8 to 10 per bbl ; Wine H2 to U. PLANINC MILL or's Wis ftugrtzr- !" HAIR RESTORATIVE. A New Discovery ! ! PHALO! "VIT W beat. rTi lAi tuber, number... number. 1,87000 400,1. J The report of the Bureau of Statistics e tnal H e imports ior ine nine tbs ending with September, amount ed to 3ti4,5i3,H34 in gold, an increase of Wbout sixty-six millions over a similar ueriod for the previous year. Two hur xlred and fitly millions of the total were rted in foreign vessels. The do- ic exports were 1321,855,736, or about and a half millions .ess than in J8M. Foreign goods re-exported $22,164, 199, or ftse and a half millions over 1808. Of the total exports, about two-thirds -were inJoreifa tissiIi The import of the Department of Agri-.-uiture lor the curtwut month will con tain a detailed review of the crops for the ism season. As to corn, the only States reporting an Increase oi quantity are MiimeHota, afis mi in i Elorius, Nebrsska, Kansas, Texas fossils. Louisiana and Iowa gave arlv an sverasre. j ne principal corn Urowing section of the West will average spwucuuu oi luiiy iweniy per cent. -in viW ler acre. W ith all the increase of iartners to produce and population to consume, and with aa actual enlargement .4 area under culture, it is certain there is mutually less corn produced this year than in 1808. Of cotton the report says the crop is lit tle more than ten per cent, above the Vield of 1888, or about 2,700,00a commercial Gayoso Planing Mills No. 212 Adams Street, ana fact urea all kinds of. CARPENTER'S WORK, And keep for sale a large stock of Sashes, Glazed and Unglazed, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings, Salve A; f or the Hair. CLEAR Ato'A'l t K I VlTHtSEDIMEXT ! ! orENTivrHE light: (air its In great vsrlety; slso. Mantles, Ventilators, oTscieu, lorrtic anc. rx'rou wora; ai&u. Kfciir Vork. Newel Posts, Hand Rail and Bal i lusters. Table Legs, Khelf Hallustera, etc.; also, DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, Dressed Kloorli.K.OIllngsnd Weather Board- j lng. Laths and hhlugles. All our work is i made of the Best Materials, and Warranted as Represented. 0r$ iia Horn Manufactory, and we chal lenge competition, both In quality and price, from anywhere. Send far Price List and try us. o28 d&w RUSSELL. FARRIS 4 CO. BUY DR. SPALDING S ELECTRIC OIL! ST The great Medical Wonder of the Nine teenth Century! aur Kills all Pain in Two Ifinutas! aw l lentil lo Rbeuinstlsm and all lulitu matorv Diseases : awtX reward for a failure ia Bolts and Chollc in Horses! SW A sore cure for Bog Cholera snd all Cbronic Diseases. For sale by all Druggist. C C Ward Bros., Main Street, Wholesale Agents. Fur Restoring to Quintal Color! A Phaion's "ViTAi iATdifft rs ut terly from all thiniair coloring prepanitiortsieretoiore used. It is lLpif?id, sweet smelling, precUates no muddy or slimy maorer,requires no shaking, ija parfenostain totheskin. Hold it toVhe light and it is clear and clousaJess. It leaves no mark on the scab) : yet it reproduces in gray haiiitnatural color that time or sicsntaaa may have bleached out of it. l"Phalon's Vitalid is tor one sole purposc.jftat ot reproducinc.with absolute cer tainty, the naturaiffLr ot thf hair. It is noJfitended as a daily dressiudjjfnor for removing scurf or drSndrurF ; nor for cu ring bajtfness: nor for stimula ting tjfe growth of the hair. Thesf objects may be accom plished after the color has been fixed Vith the Vital ia, by Pha ion's (Vemical Hair Invigo- rator. The YiTALi?iv a harmless and unequaled preparation for the reproduction of lie origi nal hue of gray hair,d noth ing else. This is accomplished in from twototen aiaflicatjons. according to thei required. Sojdrcya THE following appointments for Registra tion are hereby announced: First Ward N. MIller.M Main street. Second Ward Win. Chase, Jr., 42 1'oplar st. ; -.1 Ward T. P. Adams. I'Jg Kecond Street. Kourlh wa.u '. :s. -""! -it. Fifth WarrJ-B, 3. Botigiiner Boo'tn'ar Conrt House. Sigtli Ward- Wra. A. Molsom, Waldran Block. Seventh Waid O. I'. Jones corner Hernando street snd Soiitli Msrk-t (l-us. )jjlith Ward-Wm.Tait, Uiuff City Mills, Pop lar HT"- Ninth Ward J. I). Danbnry, Chelsea House. Second street. Tenth Ward B. F. Boon, sr., corner Hernando and South fci.'.eets. The above offices will be open trom 9 o'clock S.IU. to 1 o'clock p.m. J. P. BOUGHNER. Commissioner of RcgUtration for Shelby County. no4 Ward Registration Notice. TrfJ DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSAR "5T, The largest and Oldest Institution of the kind in the Southwest; .Established Ten Years, and the Only Relia ble Place for the Cure of X r 1 a. t o Diseases. Dr. RUSSELC No. 42 iiorth-Court Street. northsldeof Court Siuare, Memphis, Tenn.. is acknowledged by all parties Interested as by far THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN IN the treatment of Private and secret dis eases. Quick, thorough and permanent cures guaranteed In every case, male or fe male. Kecent casesof Ghonorrhea sod Syphi lis cured In a few days, without the use ol mercury, change of diet or hindrance from business. EiCoailarrSvrir.iMs. the laiit veiti-re eradicated wiihoui die uwsf Uiereurjr. Suf ferers from Impoteucy. or luss of Sexual Power, restored Co free vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or Ghonorrhea of loug staadlug, when all tnternar remedies have failed, permanent ly and speedily cured by a new treatment. Victims of self-sbuse and excessive venery, suffering from spermatorrhea and loss of phy sical and mental power, speedily and perma nently cured. SW AU cousuitations strictly eoMf'lentirt"Va OlBce Hours SToui S am. los p.m. 1B. J. R Kt'ssKl.l.. Consulting Physician. U G WARHAN,ecreury. Treat Ue on Chronic Diseases furnished free, on application. deli daw Attachment Notice. C. A. Taylor vs. Hanson A Holbrook. FFIDAVIT for attachment having been mrvie in this can-.-, in pursuance of sec tion &6a of the Code of Tennessee, and at tachment having been issued, levied and re turned, etr. : It N therefore ordered. That the said de fendants appear belore me, on the 1st day of January, 1S7U, at 10 o'clock am., and deiend said suit, or the same will be taken for con fessed snd the case heard exparte: and tha' a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, in hs Mtmphis Daily Appeal. s. a. Ml nKK, J. P. For Shelby county, Tennessee. Scruggs A Duncan, Attorneys. no3U Attachment Suit. Municipal Court of the Cltv of Memphis. JW7 K. H. Taylor A Co.. Plaintiffs, vs. W. T. Baker and P. Morgan, Defendants. Clerk's Orrtct, November 26. IsfiP. VFFIDAVIT for attachment having been mad? In this case in parsuanoe of section &56 of the Code of Tennessee, and attachment having riefD Issued and returned by the proper officer " levied, etc.," on the property of tne deiendan's. Baker A Morgan: It is therefore ordered. That said defendants appear at the Municipal Courtrom, In the city of Memphis. Tenn., on or before the first Tuesday lu January next, and defend this suit, or the same will he taken fur con iesied as to them, aud the case set for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of this order be pub fished once a week, for four consecutive weeks, in the Memphis Daily Appeal. A copy : FRA N K TAFT, Clerk. Myers A Wyatt. Att'ys for Plaintiffs. no30 F. J. T. FARASON, G. H. JCDAH. J. N. OLIVER, U W. IUI11U, C. C. PARTKE. NEWTON FORD, W. W. l'HATtifEB W. P. PRiiUDriT, W. W. YOCNG, W. R. M.HJRE. J. W. JEFFERSON. CUBBINS & GUNN. IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS HAVTXG THK AND MOOT COMPLETE FoUlVDET AJTD M ACHIsNS ISSlij P I the r3outh.w0t, prepared to do all work in THE MACHINERY LIKE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVEB THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, BOILERS. ETC AND WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES woicn will b cut and fitted to order, promptly and well. One of the Una FRENCH i buiidlng of the very best BURR GRIST MILLS, Which for durability and satisfactory working, are a .-J1HU1A.M) JLJLATiitai asa-TlG, In fall supply, and cheaper than elsewhere. BOLT1N F. S. OAVIS, President NEWTON FORD, Vice-President W. W. THACHER. Cashier. . . - - banking house Valuable UNION FOUNDRY, Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou. Memolris. EN DERS' Remedies ! No. In t Tenuess etc.. vs. W. 1 Non-Resident Notice. i the Chancery Court of Memphis, . Valerlous Sanford, Ei-lwi, i ." . is , LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES. ; IV appearing from atllilavlt In this cause thst the defendents, John D. Armonr, K. A. Handeock. G. D. Campbell, R. W. ' 'ampb 11 and O. D. Gibson, Adm'rs of Mrs F. P. Drake, are nun-residents of the Htate of Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That they make their appears m-e herein, at the Courtrionse In the cltyoi Memphis. Tenn., on the first Monday ' .uuiuj, hihi pieau, answer or tie- mur to Complainant 8(11, or ike huii will be takrn for tsfesspa as to'them, and set for hcSnug expa'fte; and that a copy of Ibis or der he puhlisii' a nnce a week, for four suc cessive week, l". Ihe Memphis Appeal. AL'GL'STH'N ALSTON, Clerk and Master. By He'nj. Colman, Deputy Clerk and Master. Wan ford A Ray. Sols, for Complainant. nolK OF MEMPHIS LIFE And Gen'l Insurance Company. Cor. Front and Maduon Sts., 0. B. M0LL0Y, Presideat. aa8 FCBDlKsXP M0LL0Y, Cashier 96 08 B. P. P. M. 81 8! MERCHANTS' NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS. ikvi a tfmeral Bayiking and Exchange liutiness. Collections made at all points Promptly Remitted. and EJBSTIDDEinS' CTTTT.T. CURE Contains no Quinine or Arsenic will pay Five Hundred Dollars in 6c -J for any Chemist finding either in its composition. It Is pnrsiy a Vegetable Componnd. and Warranted to Cre FEVER and AT.rE of b"w-eve.- laaf standing, or money returned. No Cure, no Pay. la our raatlo all lhat we asa for a fair trial of our Chill Cure. E2NT333I!FL?3' STOMAOH BITTEHS, The ms.t popular Bitters sow in use. It enres Eidney Disease, restores strength and sprie tite,maks new blood, builds up weag and enteebied frame. For female weakness ills uu.--passed. As a Ueversge It has no . o,uaL 'At'. Registration Oola in ards will remain open to Becombor " 88. a. toe law ruoues Ohice hours from S ara. to S p.m. juti f. buiih.m;k the several 1869, LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL. rpnE oldest Yard In Memphis established X In HC. With a full stock of logs, 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 Hash, glazed oruuglased; Laths, Shingles, Cedar Fence posts, Fine and Poplar Flooring, always on hand. Our motto is, quick sales snd shiall profits. M. E. A J. W. COCHRAN, Office and Yard foot of Washington ML, now daw anj river. Commisioner of Registration for ishelby Co. Memphis, November d, ;... i .i-t t oopy. no3ii NOTICE. TQ THOSE WANTING LABORERS : J 1 HAVE learned from an official source that V I there Is Georgia. V large surplus of I.ahoksks in rgiuia snd the ''arolluas. who are anxious to come West, but are without means to pay tbeir expenses. In order to induce immlgratlou from tle States mentioned, the fare over the different Railroads t. Memphis has been reduced lo Two and Thuek CiSTS Ir mile. W. J. Rivss Gen'l Sup't Memphis and Charleston R. R. Memphis, Tenn., Deeeruber M, lstt. de2S ORLEANS INFIRMARY; 142 CANAL STREET, XEW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA. CONDUCTED BY Drs. Choppin, C. Beard, Brickeil and Bruns. FOR RENT. FOR RENT. I will rent, publicly, On the 15th Day of January Next, 1870, On the premises, the plantation known ns the LsXlKAND PROPERTY, within the La couia Circle, Ark., fifty miles below Helena, containing twvn Hundred Acres of Cleared Land, in hue state of cultivation, with com fortable improvements and a tine isteamGin upon the premises. Terms made known on day of rentlrag. delij DAN BRYAN. FOR RENT. Hits Institution is now Open for the Treatment qf Medical and iSuryitxil DUeases. DR. SAMUEL CHOPPIN, Genersl Surgery, and Diseases of the Rec tum, Bladder and Urethra: all operations for Deformities, such as Llub-foot, Hare-lip, Cleft-palate, etc DR. C. BEARD, Dlysase cf tne Eye and Ear. DR. D. W. BRICKELL, Diseases peculiar to Women Operations for I ot ovarian Tumr-r. oysmeuorhoja, iitior snade druggistl. Price. t ter bottle: M ner dozen: ITS tier i.sle.-. or fully 3,tW,UUU bales OI 4UU gmx Hny nope hut Dr. HpaldlnitV d-17 We NOTICE. mds each. " e hope the estimate As ot other crops is more correct than one, as tha ytald wU barely reach 00,ou bales. lie tS'taio viyy NOTICE. I m is very large. The nesa I this dr.y bought out the Interest of ;eott In the si. vt- ana Tin Business, id street, and will oontlnae tbe busl ine old stand. All lot will be M'ssfssiei-i and Tknhkssee Raileoad,") Omci or Frxigbt agebt, MEMi'iiis, Tenn., December m. ISttt. J TO COTTON AND tX)MMISsIOS MER CHANT: Vottos Is hereby given that all cotton and other goods received at this Depot will be stored at the expense and risk of wbom it rnsy concern. If not promptly re moved within twenty-four hours after arrival lmeeration of the the relle Vesicovaginal Fistula, renneum, etc., etc DR. I. DICKSON BRUNS, Diseases of the Heart, Lungs and Throat. aw The best nurses are provided. Fare and accommodations equal to those of first-class hotels Postofflce Box 67, New Orleans. ocffl ELECTION NOTICE. FROM the large namberof voters registered lu tbe Seventh Ward, it is apparent thai It will be necessary to open two places of voting in that ward at the approaching mu nicipal election. The corner of Linden and Causey, and the corner of Beal and DeSoto streets are hereby designated as such voting places, and the following named persons are appointed Judges of election at the wills '.o be opened at the corner of Beal andweSoio streets, to-wlt: I I i.. .... .. T D . .....- I . ... ' e " - ...... i . ........ o , ... -nil T, J .!..(;', John . Kerr, Jerry Ptely and G. W. K Cook ; THE LOCK HART PLANTATION, NEAR Sunflower Landing, Coahoma countv, M Isnlsslppl. will be rented for the year 1WU, st five dollars per acre. There are four hun dred acres of cleared land, much of It high and of superior quality, with a new gin house, two Iron-tubed wells with pumps, and suffi cient hewed log tenements to accommodate a family and the laborers. , A good tenant can have the privilege of paying one-half the first year's rent with re pairs snd improvements, sncb ss may be ac complished with field hands, and ot contlu ulug bU contrast for several years. Apply to the subscriber at Sunflower Land ing. EL C. CMAMlii.lt. nun-Kes!dent Notiee. In the Circuit Court of Shelby County D. Bowen and wife, Emma L., vs. Panl Kay, a minor Petition for Division of Real Es tate. IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendant, Paul C. Ki.y, is a non resident of the state of Tennessee: It Is thereiore ordered. That he mae his appearance herein, at the courthouse in the city of Memphis, Tenn.. on the fourth Monday in January, 170, and plead, answer or demur to complainant bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to him and set for hearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for leur successive weeks, in the Memphis Daily Ap peal. M. D. L. STEWART, Clerk. A copy attest: By B. K. Colem an, Deputy Clerk. Scruggs a Duncan, Sols, for complainant, n oil EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. HAVING filed with the Clerk of theCounty Conrt my final settlement as Executor of tbe last will and testament of Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers, deceased, all persons interested there in can appear and jnase their objections, if they have any, or the same will be confirmed at the January term, IsTu. of said court. This December 8, ls0. JAH. A. CREATH, rled Hxecotor. etc. JOB PRINTING. FRANKLIN AMOS 1 J. f. II. T. TO H. A. PARTE1 D!RECTC'R3l il' P A. T. LACEY. . Til. s. K. SMITH, N. a.j. whit::. J. R. W ATKINS, H. CHERRY. W. H. CKqpRY, President. AMOS WOODRUFF, Vice President. H. A PARTEE, Cashier J. FREEMAN. Ass't Cashier. 1 seW ! XaIT7"0E3H. Act promptl; -canslr.g no feeling of sickness of the stomach, snd sontalas ss calsmaL la Jaundice, LI Complaint and Biliousness they area certain cere. All U Jrf.niRL-A. OHM OjA.M"TD"ST, A safe and efficleat remedy for Children, relieving them In a vsry few hours. We have hundreds of certificates from citixena and physicians of high stan'llaa tial thast medicines are what we represent them to be. A fair trial will prove tbir virtinL JJB, r . U. E2DEPi. THE DeSOTO BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS: JAMES ELDER. W. H. WOOD, T. R. FARNS WORTH, 8. H. PL'NaCljMB. JOHN B. LEECH. OFFICERS ; JAMES ELDER, : : President W. H. WOOD, : : Vice-President T. R. FARNSWORTH, : Cashier. ocl4 Jks?" For Sale by Druggists ENTJEIIB WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND and general Storekeepers everywhere. 9, Sol Propr'a, MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS c a Paduoab, Kontucby. The above Medicines are for sale, st Wholesale and Retail, bw WARD dr CO., -ft.ViO WILKERSOX A BLAIR, DRUGGISTS UNION AND PLANTERS BANK Of XsutoxaxplxlM. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. Memphis, November L !8r. The Board of Directors havr- ordered aa In- j tallmentof 1 upon the Subscribed Capital I of this Bank to be paid on or before the first of Jan uary next. nova 8. P. READ. Cashier. REMOVAL. Memphis Nursery, A CHOICE SELECTION OF APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND TREES. GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY CONCORD AND SCUPPERN0N6. ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC. A very thrifty stock, at Moderate prices. Address IVXexupliii R. a sV'EN, 1 J. M. i.It.BEP.T. Ja. 308 Front St. cemtier 8. . il-U 7 Sale 100 Horses & Mules DIGGS L W0FF0RD S SALE AND LIVERY STABLE No. 876 Main Street. AVE have one hundred head of Horses snd M Mules foi sale.and will Seep constantly on hand Morses anA Multsi for sale at the lowest market price, dell NEVILL A JAMES. NOTICE. N'OTICE is hereby given to tbe Stockhold ers of the Gkkman .National Hank of Mkmphis, that the annual election for Di rectors takes place, at the Bank, JSo. Main sireel, tietween Hie nours oi IU o clock a-m. and t o'clock p.m. , s 6a the llth Day of January Next. kholders can vote either in person or M3CBTIW GRiyWN. Cashier. L ! Uaud : PRINTING HOUSE 15 COURT STREET. KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES ! Immense Arrival of New Material ! Five Lightning Job Presses i Large Additions In Lithographic and i Court Gothic Types I Commissioner of Beautiful New Bodx Faces in Picas REMOVAL, dVidasr THE odce of W. Y. CIRODE. Asslmee in Bankruptcy, is removed to Madison "treet, hetween Front and Main streets. New Bakk Buildi! Persons having business with tbe officr will take notice. de!2 COMMERCIAL HOTEL REMOVAL. o. CASH, Jr.. SADDLERY, AND SADDLERY HARDWARE. HAS REMOVED TO CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS., ITT OE3BkTT.Xs PART OP OIT M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR. LI0U0R DEALERS. a.VACcaso, B. vaccaso, a. a. vaccaso DRU6S. ETC. 817 noil SCXTACa IF. COMMISSIONER FOR THE District Court of the Unitd States COMMISSIONER FOR THE of Claims at Washington. x.i j c i : xs WANTED to rent for the year 1S70, one hundred or more acres of Improved and, lying near the city of Memphis. Par- and Nonpareils ! Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts, Emblems and Vignettes ! Every kind of Business represented I Endless Variety of Cards and Papers I A Complete Job Printing House ! W The proprietor takes occasion to again call the attention of the Merchants and Busi ness Men of Memphis to his facilities for filling orders for every description of Mkk camtils Pkintiso required In the Office or Cou nting-room. The most perfect satisfaction will be given in every Instance, and Paucss ULSio. be low AJiD csiroRM Peeds for tbe Severs) States and Territories, and NOTATlY rtJlAljIC. sar Special and prompt attention given to the taking of Depositions, or Commissions from other States. OFFICE : No. I COURT STREET, Near- Front street. Farringtoa A Howell's del New Block. STORAGE FOR COTTON TTNDER WRITER'S WARE HOTS" J Mkmpi Merchastts Memphis above Honsee are now discharge cotton. Every buyer will be given. To; turn you my thanks; fo vou to the oast lonw vi A. VACCARO & CO., Importers and Dealers la WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, rrc., etc., Em. 324 Front Street, Memphis. Tenn. SANDS' CELEBRATED CHICAGO ALES, , PORTER & LAGER BEER. W. W. LUSK, SOLE AGENT. Office snd Cellars. 2H Front Btrevi, ' MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. rtee-S ra, I iber I, 1869. f TLEMSit: The I to receive and rys FOR SALE. HE Stern-wheel Steamboat St'BM ARINE No. U. She is. feet Ions. M teet beam. H feet ry scvKn hnrulrsl tons; has aO-inch cylln- DIRECT IMPORTATION Perfumeries. Drugs ASTt OH IMC I OAL.S. THEODORE HOERNER, 54 and 56 Beat Street, Coraer of decond.l CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST. Ss" QrANTTTATITt AJTALTSE8 made, snd written reports furnished. ST Having mads arrangemsnU with Pari sian and Oerssan H oases. I am prcp-r! ;o fnrclsh to the trade and public nenarany tbs FINEST AND PCHBBT PERi CMES. at in porters Prices. Prescriptions Carefully Prepared. SUT ON HAND, a tersje sto at Tfthet sad Fancy Articles, Brushes, epongss, etc., etc Tlio 11-sad Supplied. ThePuuo prcmptl ul incrasas fc, raapoatvel MteudVU Lo, anu r-Uives