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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL .- THUESDAY, JANUARY Q. iS7C
V
FINANCE AND TRADE.
FINANCE.
Okfice of thk Dailt Api-rax,)
Memthis, January 5. 1870. I
Tlio money market is generally oasy,
ml rates of exchange are steady. Buy
ing at H' to Jic discount ; selling at par to
1 .c discount. New Orleans sight bills are
in demand at 4 to c discount. Check
ing at iar.
'ity Scrip is firm and tending upward.
V, ith Johnson's election to the mayoral
ty it will go up rapidly, but if his oppo
nent is elected (of which, however, there
Is no prospect.) it will decline. Dealers
to-day refuse to sell at less than 7880c,
in a small way to taxpayers.
County Warrants are firm. Dealers of
fer 75c, and sell at 77 to Sue
No sales of bonds were reported to
day. Old were held at 52Jic with 52c
bid ; 4Cc bid for New.
Governments were generally stronger,
and the tendency was upward.
Bonds of 1881 llf.Ji
6-20 Bonds of 1882 lKi?, -
6-20 " 1864 113?,&
6-aO " 1885 113?i
6-26 " 1885,new IttXfi
6-20 " 1867, " 1121A&
t-20 " 1868, " 112M&
JMo Bonds ...105s(
aoiaYc sixes JOH v(
The slock market was strong and sonie
w bat excited, and prices are higher.
Canto71
Western Union Telegraph Co....
Quicksilver...
Pacific Mail ..-
Adams Express
Wells, Karj-o Co. Express....
American Express
United Siates Express.
40
-il
15
OS
b- -1
is-.
4- ,
Merchants Union K.Tiirass.
New Yi rs Central T.
New York CeiuralScrip..
Erie
Beading .
Michigan Central
Michigan Southern
Illinois Central
Cleveland and Pittsburg.
84
23
MX
117
MM
. l "2
84 W
b'-
Chicago and Northwestern.
Chicago and Northwestern preferred. &-U
Mam Island
llariem 32
A Washington special says the orders
f the Secretary of the Treasury for gold
ttales and bond purchases for the nion.h
of January show thai be will continue
his policy in a modified sbpe. the sales of
gold aulhorixed being but lour against
La millions in December, and purchases
of bofids but six against eleven millions
la&f !i. ;. The large amount disbursed
for interest and deduction of the gold
balance in the treasury, with the condi
tion of the market, doubtless induced
the n.oditled actum of the Secretary,
which, however, is changed in amount,
not in principle. -
COTTON.
Chamber ok Com jckrck, 1
Mkxpbih, January 5, 1870. J
The staple was flru. to-day on fine
grades, and prices were about ,ne same as
yesteiday, but the aggregate bx were
not so large, and the business was con
fined U fewer operations. It will be seen
that no Middlings changed hands except
wre mention about 9 bales which were
j.kked up a hale here and a bale there,
and which give no idea of the market.
The day's saies amounted to 1254 bales, as
follows, lai Good Middlings. 25 Sc; 67
Krsnt Middlings, 25c; 43 do., 24H(fc25c: 183
Low Middlings. 23V.1; 1S3 Good Ordinary,
il to a c; 113 Ordinsry, 21(u.22c; 209
ndted and stained, 22'i to UiiC We
quote a follows:
Ordinary 21 22
Good Ordinary 23 WPKi
Low Middlings 2TVq.
Middlings ..24!-4(24J4
Htri-t MidiJIiin-- 2,". '
Good MiddUngs J2H4&
COTTOK STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, lr.. 94
Received
to-dav 1,201
Keceived
previously 1 Nyfft 139,SV
Total 139,HW
Shipped to-day 1,810
fcliii-pd previously 116,(H5 1 17,K-'
Stock on hand at noon to-day 22,104
RECEIPTS.
Memphis and Charleston il. R 244
i.-iMipt and Tennessee K. K..
244
Memphis and Ohio K. K
Kiver
Wagous, est. -
EXPORTS.
Meniidiis and Charleston R. R.
Memphis and Tennessee K. K.
Memphis and Ohio H. K
m
4Z
150
187
1,223
COTTON IN SEW VOKK.
Jannary 5, 10:30 a.m. Cotton .juiet but
Klea.iv: Ordinary, 2:; '-i-: Good Ordinary,
24c; Iow Middlings, 24".c; I'plands. 2'e -c ;
Good, One; Mobile, 25c; Orleans, 257-.c.
12 m. Cotton quiet,
2:10 Hi. Cotton quiet and weak ;
som" saes lower. riah-s 1W audio.)
for Marchat '.-. 'rdinary, 23'ic; Wood
rdinary, 24c; Low Middlings, 24".c; Up
!:iu;K 2' .oJ. Mobile, 2.'. re: t r
lt ana, 35Jc
4 pju. Cotton 'juiet and weak; Ordin
ary, 23 V; Good, 24Jic; Low Middlings,
S4c; rplanda,25',c; Good, 2d -, Mobile,
25Xc; Orleans, 2oio, Sales for export,
465 bales; spinning, 15&0; speculation, 570
and 1000 for January, 24V-; February,
25',,e; April, 2-v'J.2'i ir.7. ; May,
( OTTOS IS SEW OB1.EAMR.
January 511 :45 a,in. Cotton quiet but
firm, 24';'i24,iic.
MM i.v ItmNKi
January 511.15 a.m. Cotton fifm.
Sales 10,00X1 ball- 1 piateu, . 1
Orleans, UK0UJtAi
1.20p.m. Cotton firm and unchanged.
6 p.m. OotUm closes steady: sales,
11000 bales: !' to the trade; 2o . for ex
port and speculation. Middling I'plands,
llMfell'.d; Orleans, IHIUsji.
TKADK.
Only a moderate fcharc of baaineaa was
transacted to-day iu our general markets,
and priced throughout the whole cata
logue of staple articles are unsettled. This
ia particularly so with regard to meats,
tin this-. .!(: .1 i i circular bays:
In the early part of the week an excite
mnt waa gotten up both in the hog and
proviaiou markets, aud the drovera anti i-
naiiug a consiaeranie sumiii in prices,
had tkir hogs i hieh bad lieen crowding I
the peua during moat of the previoua
week and were almost unsalable; driven i
to the varioua iiacking-houaea and
slaughtered, and stored I hi re for their
ecoont. Moat of the bops are still held !
there, the shipnieuta of dreaaeu hogs lie
ing but few more than the receipts. The
drovera have boen disappointed iu the an
tn ipated advance, as the reoelpUi of liv ij
boirs. though very light, have been more
than uflcieiit for tli'- demand, and the
market jfor the last t v ilavs has is-en
lull asia.leeiiiiiug. The fact' of the inal
t, ia, the business has been sadly
mismanaged throughout, anil the cu-
lit V
lis deetro
All Msilsv
been the .
In the lati
tted.
and
even i
II Is
mere tnv-
ai. the bogs have been chiefly
ead to the drovers. It is not
.ilize lbs proliahiliiy that
70'- In ('hit-act, and w'heat 7h
Kith to the fanners SftOv.'SOc al
urn at
onlv !
tueir i
fully
most
h1 on,
are M
f and eari'
far as the
tliel",
fatten
falling
time t
and everv-one is am re bow bogs
Ui:der this treatment. The IriUiug
off ia the packing to the present
xeites ice hope of the uninitiated,
iv in etl ibis l'i; j. w seaaona. and
who fancy tbal tbe kucceaa of the paataea
acn must necessarily be reproduced in tbe
preacnt. Hut old and prudent operators
view the existing stats of affairs and the
current prioea witk diamay, Tbey cannot
blind themselves to tbe fact that tbe high,
prices in tbe early part of the season com
paratively destroyed the consumption of
at least two montha, and they see no
prospect or appearance of its la-ing
restored even by a moderate concession
in price. Krooi all tbe distributing mar
ket wines the outcry of " no demand."
Tbe South, our principal consuming cus
turner, is teeming with letters to uewspa-
editonals aud handbills, calling on
ople to abalain from tbe use of
roduota at any such prices as $3tX$
i -
i hC I'
barrel. I heir effect is seen in tbe
ijLMi of txinsumptlou, and the con
r nbac ioe of 'lemand. Kuroiie, tor
ie reason, as abio on account of tbe
luiuni ruling fox gold and sterling
ce refuses to purchase from us,
we are shut off from a source of
..itttn which last year took the
el
diet that if the present suicid d policy be
persisted in, the present crop, however
short it may be, will provm the lHrgest for
the requirements we have ever had, that
mess pork will not be worth $25 next
summer, and that other hog products
will rule proportionably low. The trade
at present is resolved into mere gambling,
and the present owners of the stock are
anxious to advance the market, so as to
enable them to unload. Country .and
citv speculators are maOHHivcring for
this end; but the former show themselves
equallv shrewd w ith the latter, and con
sequently each tails to hnd any opportu
nity to unload on the other, anil they are
probably about equally the possessors of
the valuable, but treacherous prod u -I.
Baooiso There is bnt a light demand.
Heavy Kentucky 26&27c.
Bt'TTEB Choice roll is in some demand
at 33c, and in a few cases 5-c is asked.
Good is steady at 2Su.;ov.
Brooms Moderate demand ai f3&6 per
doxen, as to quality.
Broomcorx Nominally $126(250 per
ton.
Builders Material Louisville Ce
ment 3 25; Rosendale 4 50. Plaster $5.
Lime f2i2 25. Hair, in 40 lb bales, $2 75
to S. Fire brick 5 to 6. Building Brick
8 per M.
Cobsmkai. Kilndried in lota f4 75.
Kreai st re. by single barrel. S.
Coffee Prices are steaily; Rio 18
2 c.
Cv)TT0S Takxb No. 408, Ma 603. 20c;
6'oo Ih;: TOO, 16c,
cheese E.D. 19c. Factory 19c. W K.
18e.
CoTTOssEm Receipts are very fair
and prices steady. The milia pay f 12 per
ton on levee, and $12 50 delivered, buyer
furnishing sacks. Motes are in demand
at 1 to 4c per pound.
Eoos The market is dull at 30 to 32c
Flovr. All . grades are quiet
Super, $4 5W.1.5 00; X, f5 2f5 60; XX
$5 76(6 25; XXX and Fancy, $6 76&
8 oo. ;
Kkesh Meat Dressed Pork is steady.
City kild is held at llVu,12c; up coun
try slaughtered, l'fj-llHc
FRrn Apples aie selling at $2 50
3 50 for common and medium grades, but
choice are held at 4a.4 50. Dried 1
Apples 7c; Dried Peaches 8(a,10c for
quarters and halves: Peeled, MQUfc;
Lemons, flOflO 50 per box; Oranges,
fll12 per bbL .
Fish Mackerel No. 1, bbls 24(3$26; M,
bbia M2 50$13 00; No. 2. in bbls17 M:
M do $6 75; Vo. 1, kits 2 90($3; No. 2
do $2 15&?2 25; No. 3. (1 , .-2. White
fish, ; bbls, 8. Sardines fly mV':t.20 per
case for quarters; f33!v34 for halves.
Feei . Shelled Corn on levee h2S.h3c j
Oats are weaker; 400 sacks sold on land- i
ing at 64'fiioc, Bran, in store, $25, and J
scare. Jlay, $JG. Cooked cotton seed
meal $22-';i.s;t loose at oil mills.
Feeo. The demand for feed U not i
large, and prices are unsettled. One huu
dred and one sacks of yellow cornsold !
to-day at 93c White is held at 95c. Oats J
are .dull at 70c. Bran fc23. Ilay $2ti. 1
Game axd Poultry Chickens are
teady at $3 5o5 per dozen. Ducks $3 50
'iui 50. Geese $7(.9. Turkeys $14t20; !
Wild Ducks $SG1. Wild (ieose $8(3,10. j
Wild Turkevs 412&it. Venison 7fe9c.
Bearmest, 18S20c. QuaiLs $2 253.2 50 ier
doz. Squirrels, $2. Rabbits, $3. Dressed
Turkeys 18aUi2c per lb.
Gcknies Good demand for second
hand at 16c to 17c
Hjdes Prices are weak. Dry Flint
17c; Dry Salt 14c; Green Salts te 8Jc;
Greeu 6lj to 7c
Iron Ties Demand light. We quote
Live Stock Choice cattle are iu
demand. We quote: Cornfed 6(g,7c,
gross; good grass, 4a5c; inferior
to common, 249'ii(c. Hogs are weal;
at8(&9c gross: choice Sheep, $4(u6 per
head; Miik Cons, $30s,ii1; Work Oxen,
: t per yoke.
Molasses Prices are lirm. l'riuie te
choice Louisiana, "5f- . Golden Syrup
$1(3,1 15.
Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, $6 25 to
5 75 for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, $8 to 10;
Pitch $6 per bbl; Oakum $5 to $6 per
Ma,
PRoorcE Peachblow 'snalm-a 75(80c
per bushel, in lots, or 82 per bbl. In a
small way, $2 15(a.2 25. Onions $4, and
dulL Cabbage dull at tt'gJSc per head.
Turnips 5oc per bushel.
Provisioss. All kinds are nominal.
Mess pork, in a jobbing way, $30(0,51.
Bulk shoulders 2a,lZ)ic Clear sides 16c.
Jowls 10c. Sugar-aured hams
Lard, in tierces, Wu,ls'..e; kegs, 19
lJic; caddies, 20(5 21c. There is little or
no demand.
Powder Blasting $4 50 per keg. Ritle
$6 50.
Rice Carolina, 99r, Louisiana, S(j,
8c
Salt 2801b barrels, 90; 7-bushel
barrels, $3 50(3 7": Liverpool sacks,
$2 75(3.
BfMMLH 'file market is firm and the de
mand is active. Common to good
common Louisiana, Uj&tHe; Fully
fair, l:'',e; Prime to choice, UXdMJjc;
Veliow clarified, 14Ji(j,15c; While clari
fied, LMiMc; Herds, lti ''n,17c.
Spirits Demand active, and market
steady. Common Whisky 75c to $1 00;
Proof $1 25 to 1 35.
Soda American, boxes, 7'-c; do. kegs,
6 to 7c Euglish, boxes 8t(o,9c; do. kegs
7X3sSc
Shot Drop, per bag, $2 75;' Buck $3.
SlfUF? Garrett, box, $1K; packed, $8.
Soap Palm Soap,6Jc; No. 1 do. 77X.
Panola do. 10c; Erasive. 9 u 10c: Extra
Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported do.
25 to 2sc.
Sta'rch 6 to 7c per lb. '
Tallow Dull at 9c.
Viskoar Cider vinegar 88 to 10 per bbl ;
Wine $12 to 14.
COTTON FACTORS.
WASH. b. TAYLOR.
W. 1. KAUFOKD
W. E M'OUir.K.
TAYLOR, RADFORD &, CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
AKP
General Commission Merchants,
IS MONRnE STREKT, lietaeen Main and
J Front, Memphis, Term. Bagu-i.K. Ih.j.e.
Tie and Supplies furnished on reasonable
terms. H
orders.
t'li:i
i other
i.e.-i
rise insiru'-tm
CHARLES H. DORION. Jr.,
(Lateot Moshy A Dorton),
Cotton Fao tor,
Office, 15 Mosby & Hunt's Bunding.
DMMtts)
804 Front St.. 304
Mr. Mi'! i,-. - - - TENNfSEE.
T Raaxi ok. Hope, Ties and Supplies fur-
nlslied customers. deSl
A. St. noY.
r. M. white.
I R. OA VIS
BOYD, VHITE & DAVIS,
Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 2Do Front StrtH't, Memphis, Tt-nn.
ar All consignments covered by Open Pol
cv, aud In store covered by lusurauce, unless
ot'l.erwi.e Instructed. d.-Pt
HUGH TORRANCE,
Cotton Factor
AM
General Commission Merchant,
ho 10 Jefferson St., Titus Block,
OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
nol w
MILAM, BOWLING & CO..
COTTON FACTORS,
Gen(
pi Commission Merchants
266 Front Street, Memphis.
To Plautera.
a XOIt'l'HWEiHrKK.S' fsnuer desires to Join
with six to tt
rac-
tlc-.il col ton plan
the usual terms i
seed, etc., against
ip," ou
menu,
-9 U
jply at
STEAMBOATS.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Speed, Safety and Comfort Elliott Line.
Memphis White Kiver In
For Heien-t. Friar's Poln
cket
Little KoeJt, rtoi cprinas, bcbtct, i-a
Aip, Auiiasta 'and Jacksouport,
LEGAL TENDER- John D. Elllolt. mastei
This flmt-claMKlde-wlieelpos-
EVERY TUESDAY, al 5 oclook p.m.
Connects with steamer MolMe Oratx far all
points on Upper White anil Black rivers.
ELLIOTT MILLER, Agents.
Promenade and Jeflerson su.,opp. Landing.
ao21
"OLD RELIABLE"
DAVIS &
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY.
'1 'HE splendid Side-wheel Passenger Steam
1 crs Liberty No. 2. and Commercial, will
form a heiut-weekly United stales Mall Line
between Memphis ami Wulte, Little Ked and
and Black Rivers, leaving Memphis every
Tuesday and Halurday, at & o'clock p.m.
Thes. i...ms havi heen iiorketliindthorouE.il'
repaired ami rarulshed with new outfits,
making Ihem asgooil new. The Merchants
and Planters on White, Hod and Black riven,
have taken one-half the stock in this line,
thus making it a permanent and reliahli
" Home Institution. We hope, by strict at
tention to business and low katks, to merit
a fair share of public patronage.
JOHN B. DAVIS, Superintendent.
Consizn f'eUljt to " Davis Line," Memphis,
Tcan. LtOVT 4 ROBBINS. AenH,
noli SiL-Jii JeUerson street, xaempnis.
FOR 4BTJB0LA.
Kegular Semi-weekly Packet For Osceola
and all Intel mediate-Landings.
M' 'i. i.t I . i i K i A ::.'.' J. liearlt, master
Kvi ry'TLBSOAV and sai i-kdai 9l
dej
FOR HATCH1E KIVER.
THt STKAMEK
xxrxs. BELLE,
K D. Small master.
Will commence to inn tle JP"k
Hatehie l:iir tn tl-.t !'r.-i t i-em S3
the river, from Memphis to the railitmd bruise
near Bniwnsville, weekly, and will do the
business lor the trad - satisfactorily,
del! W. B. I.WIKR. AgenL
ARKANSAS RIVER LIKE.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet
Company.
U. S. Kail Liiid.jL
Winter Arrangement
DITRINUilie present hiah water In the Ar
IcaSMB river, this cvinipany will run the
following fleet of elegant passenger boats
through to Port Smltli :
THOS. U. ALLEN..-
MARY BOVD
W. A. CALDWELL..
ODIDON
.Reese Prllelinrd, materl
.. Hnyncs, master
E. W. Poland. maler
(.'lav Hice, Master
DARDEXELLE. Wm. B. Xowland, master
OZARK Ad. Storm, master
FORT OlltSON Eugene Sniith, master
LEAVING MEMPHH
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS &. SATURDAYS,
At 5 o'clock p.m.
These boats are ilecant. They leave on
time. Their aaaooanodsttoafl are unsur
paaaetl. anl tliey offer, under this arranee
ment, unpreeedcnU-d !tt i ;:ies t enuarants,
shipteisaud the traveliun public.
Persons desiring t slnp v--t this line
should consten frelglit to M. and A. R. P. in,
Memphis. Fr'iahts wili Ik' forwarded at our
card rates, and without chHrge for landiui; at
Memphis. JOHN 1. ADAMS, President.
W. 11. KENNKDAY, Aaeut.
No. 3 Madison St., Stanton Block. deSO
FKElCiHT & TICKET AGENCY
KOUN'S THROUGH LINE.
Regular alternate Wednesday Memphis and
New Orleans i'ackcL
For New Orleans. Red River, and all Bend
Lantiiiigs.
The mnanideei.t j-r--u
ooudeiis.iii; l'lisseuger faekul.
-nrrt
GR AIVTTJ TE3 IFL A..
i. I. Koun, master, ! Jas. Kerr, Jr., clerk,
leaves Memphis a.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 13th, 5 p.m.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29th. 5 p.m.
leaves New irleans Alternate Wednesdays.
Ttirouah receipts by
LEVY ROBI'INS,
R W. UOH ! BURRS,
iliint'-. Memphis.
G. L. KOUNS 4 Bill)., Propi ielors,
decJ New Url-.ans.
NOTICE.
Optee Kmins' Line tmtJHocr Par'-i ' .
New Orlkass, I. a., Nov. ft, IS
.
Sli.siltit K N our only niliioriztsl Agen
to sell tickets over our line of steamers
at Memphis, Tennessee.
O. U KOI NS A BUG.
3ST o t i o o .
General Tfeket Office of the M. and C. R R.
MBMO, Ti-.s.s., Nov. M.
SFI.RIKK'K 11 our oul' sulhorised asesil
tn redei-m our Kmigraut tickets hound
Houth, and uoue others ns-. iiresent tkels
t this office. A. A-HARNBB,
mi!7 Geu't Ticket Auelit.
FOB FRIAR'S n)lNT.
DAILTTjiNE.
Memphis to Friar's Pt., Helena and Bends.
l'Ai'KEM JlSsSsUBst
GEN. ANDERSON, Jas. Lee. master
Leaves Memphis Mondays, Weixesiay-..
ami Kriiiavs.
GEO. W. CHEEK, - Geo. Malonc. master
Leaves Memphis Ti'ssbayh, Tuckspavs, and
8ATVKDAVS, at t o'eliH'k p.m.
Leaves Friar's Point everyday at 9 o'eloea
a.m 4mmt
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet.
MAGENTA J. K. Hleks, master
John 8. Huillvan. Clerk.
The only Memphis and New i ir- m JT-
I '.. I.eavis Mel.i;-:ii . iT j i.fjlTI
as follows:
Wetinesday January oth
Wednesday ..Jauu-try Ota
Weilm sdav, February -il
Weiluesday Feoruary llh
LARltY HAKMSTa!) Al'O.,
deM ELLIOTT A Ml I.I Kit, Agents.
Regular Wednesday Packet, for Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
Magnificent Low-Pressure Steamer
Groat m o id xx3 11 c ,
W. R Donaldson master.
Will leave as above, Wltn.s KsoAr, Decem
ber 1st, at 5 o'clock p.m., and every alternate
For Srattahte inoniRtion. apply at the
(ieneral lassent.-r le(mrlmeiit. No. 1 Prome
nade, loot of Jefferson :us i. Passengers
priK-urlug lleRets al
lUsims.
WsW
H. II. slllK K,
Tlckel Agent.
Regular Memphis and Now Orleans
Packet.
FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BENDS
The laree and m tgnlncent passenger steamer
GREAT .REPUBLIC,
W.B.Doivaldsou. master J.lI.Atkinsou, clerk
WILL l.tAV- AS AOVE
WEDNESDAY, December 1st, at 5 p.m
And cv.tv e.itej-n:ite Wetlnestlay 1 iiereufter.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
LEVY L R0BBINS, Agents.
16 Jefle'nsun Street.
LARRY HARMSTA0, Agent,
no33 12 Madison Street.
POB ST. FKANCIS RIVEIt.
Memphis and St. Francis Rivr Tues
day Packet.
For Helena, Mariana, MaJLson and Wlttsburr
Tne new and elegant Sidewbeel Passenger
PackeU
SAINT FRANCIS,
Capt. T. R. Bowman- .Jiam C. Paine, Clerk
Itrll-I- leave M.-tu phi-for Hr.L
V KNA, L'A.NUni.L: au-l ST.
FRANCIS KlVr.HS every TU1
o'clock p.m.
LARRY HARM ST AD, Apent.
fehis 1.' Mailisoo st reel.
For Arkansas and Texas.
'P RAVEI.ER8 OR KM K. RANTS colng to
1 Arkansas or Texas stitiuld cross the river
at this iioint ou steamer
LAURA Cheek master
to Cheek's Landing. Four miles of land
travel saved. Boat makes Tour trips daily.
Fare oict-hal that nf ntwuintr Ualtaun. sets
For Haile's Point, Key Corner, liversbunj.
and all Intermediate Iaudtus.
The splendid side-wheel passe uger packet
jdEs SALLIE V.
t. B. Miller, master W. K. Parker, clerk
Will leave as abovs.
EVERY THURSDAY. AT 5 P.M.
WSF We have iirovidetl ourselves. u itlta full htock of Plantation Supj.lit -
which, to the trade, we are offering at great indutrmentd. Among which
may be fount! tin- following:
900 dozen Planter's Hoes,
l!0 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 HoJIowware Castings,
600 dozen Axes.
Sola Agents in Memphis for the Brinley Separate Share &, Urie Steel Plows,
Owners of the Mitchels Patent ; also, the Teagues Patent Cotton Scrapers,
A full Stock of Hardware and Agricultural Implements in store.
ORGILL BROS. & CO.,
CORNER MONROE AND FRONT STREETS, MEMPHIS, TENN.
ELECTION NOTICE.
Judges Election Notice.
TN A CrOK DANCE with the Proclamation ol
X His Exeelleucy Governor D. W, C s uier.
the following persons are appointed to open,
and hold an election, on January 4, 170, for
Judge of the t.'buuceiy Court and Common
Law I'ourt of Shelby counvy :
1 ),. strict At Stephen Enatish''.
R. il. ?'"iid. Deputy Commhwiouer; (i. W.
T'.iorn, J'. bmilii, J. H"t:h,e, Judges; R W.
Hicks, C M. Prleil, ClerltH.
ii Duilrirt At Kelson's. .
W. P. York. Deputy Commissioner; A. D.
Huntt-r, T. It. Nelson, W. S. Nobliu, Judges;
W. p. Ward W. T. Nelson, Clerks.
ikl District .-1 ( JuffopV r"- '
W. J. A. Bell, Deputy Commissioner; J. L.
Wvnne, N B. Sparks, K. M. Bateman, Judges;
BeuJ. F. Duncan, H. Rembert, Clerks.
ith District At Utd tniou OkondL
Tlios. L. Olles, fieputy Commissioner;
Jan-.es Connel. E. R Harold, A. MeSouth,
Ju'Iku; W. l-tlwich. J. W. Carroll, Clerks.
Gti JtutrUt At Halctgk.
W H. Moncrief, Deputy Commissioner; H.
B. Wililford, Thus. M. Ward, (i. L. Nickels,
Judges; B. W. Prjror, II. R. Fuller, CleiKa.
1th lt U-tAt Dartlett.
E. W. Coldwell. lVpuly (.'oinmLssioner; W.
B. Wi;iiams-.n, , Hamtlton. L JJ. Mercer,
Judpes; W. .7. Ward, A. Mercer, Clerks.
6, Til,ictA Shelby Deoot,
L. McMullins Deputy Coiumiashiner; Wm.
Giifllu, Silas Wherry C. B. English. Judges;
J. M. Williams, W. P. Thompson, Clerks.
Wh District At J-'isherrille.
w' H. Webber, Deputy Commissioner; J. M.
Brooks, W. S. Bszier, J. W. Morris, Judges;
W. H. Pihhly, U. M. Strong. Clerks.
101 iniriel--',t O 'Hi err ill.
H. Irliy, Depdty Commissioner; J. M. ilem
bat' Jease Applewhite, J. G. Moore, Judges;
A. S. stralton, J. W. Keon, Clerks.
lUA District Ai (Jcrmantown.
L. A. Rhodes, Deputy Commissioner; R.
W r. J.O.CaUta, J. P. Wenford, Judges; M.
P. Webb. Wm. Carter, Clerks.
lth JHMrietAt ifechanicsrille.
D. I'esrs.jii, Deputy Coimissi")ner; J. W. i
Etitm, W. M. M-ore, Wm. t en null, judges , M.
W. ;iedlorl, T. P. Lewis, Clerks.
IMh District At Arnold's.
F.C steptieii-on. Deputy L'oiumissioncr: W.
L. Lundy, W. A. Dooly, J. W. Levi, Judges;
F. P. Dooly. G. M.S. Williamson, Clerks.
ltirA TKth M tt White's Station.
J. (i. Hurvev. Deputy Commissioner; J. H.
Goodle't W. It. Hiime. A. W. Moore, Judges:
A J. Broot. A. l'. G ill -. Clerks,
7th District At McOjunelt's aturek.
T. D. Massey, lieputy Commissioner; J,
Massey, A. M Suut, A. C. Roark, Judges; T.
M. Aleiauder, RubL Sloue, Clerks.
CITY.
lf Ward Xorth end Xavy Yard.
Jas. A. Newsom, Deputy Commissioner; J.
K. Handle, o. Dwyer, J. Giancey, Judges; C.
C. Raugh, F. T. At wood. Clerks.
-i B'artf Corner Washington and Fourth
Streets.
George Uilllione, Deputy Commissioner; R.
W. Lignllurne. T. J. Campbell. W.J.Chase,
Judges; Tlios. Joyce, A. K. Edgiugton, Clerks.
'ill WardKiernan's tijKee.
W. E. Baireti. lu pnty Commissioner; Jas.
Roork, W. J. Mei -in. J. A. .Signaigo, Judges;
flam schrader, W. A. Melson, Clerks.
ith Wm d tor-r Madison and Tftird Sts.
I. T. Cartwritht, Depiuv Commissioner; A.
T. Laetv, P. M. SUtilei;, y. W- Col-iuan,
Judges; Dan lvirwan. A. Holbing, Cleras.
oth Ward Circuit GbMrf House.
T. W. O'Donnell, Deputy Commissioner; J.
C. Hoist. Ow en smith, James Fognrty, Judges;
W. W. Gilbert, John D. Baird, Clerks,
Cth Ward Cbr. Tolbet t and Mulberry sts.
H B. Chiles, lepnty Commissioner; P. A.
CieiiHi, Tlsos. B. Norment, J. Halstead, Judges;
W. H. Clark, rtaiu Muurc, Jr., Clerks.
7th Ward Cbr)ier Linden and Causa Sts.
Roht. Good. Deputy Commissioner: W. L.
4 Stewart, W. Davidson, I., llarmstad, Judges:
r . r osier, v. t. joues, !. j.-i its.
N','i Wm d--Uhurch, (liinby Avenue.
D. T. Monsarrat, Deputy Commissioner: H.
3. Holt, D. Pante, T. MeGeoy, Judges; J. D.
Stewart, Eugene Ia?vy, Clerks.
9tA Hvtro 0?)ner Kerr and fifth Streets.
W. B. Glisson, Ieputy Commissioner; c. M.
Wardig. J. lmnbury, John Hering. Judges; J.
V. Hrudweiker, F. C. Bctiaper, Clerks.
10 A Ward Africa liaxley Church.
W. K. Melfresh, Deputy Commissioner; T.
T. Wright, W.C. Ellis, James M. Williamson,
Judges; J. M. Boon, Auguste Bizien, Clerks.
Deputy Commissioners will please call and
get ltetUrus and Foil Uooaa, aud oasnoiu iu.
JOHN P. BOCUHNEB,
de35 Com'rof Registr'n for Sbelhy county.
City Election Notice.
Hl.K f(ktlorug porsonw are hereby appoint
1 edJsdffea, Clerks, ami leuty Comniis
Kionei h, lo opon and hold an election for May
or, Alderini'ii. t'ouueilnien and iher officers,
a provided by the new city charter.
Election Thursday, Jan. 6, 1870.
Is' WirdXorth End of Xavy Yard.
Defsaty CoaaasiaasasMC, EiaS Miller; Judges,
Janies A. Newsom, J. V. Randall and J. J.
Powers; Cterka. w. J. McKeou, jr., and F. T.
At w ood.
Jut Ward W. J. Oiase's Feed Store, rap
tmr street.
D-puty Commissioner. W. J.Chase; Judgea,
W. H. Bridges, R W l.igluburueand ctiarles
Smith ; i lei Us, Tlios. Fox and A.K. Kdglugton.
.'iff Ward 'Suire Kieitian's Ojice, on Ad
ams street.
Depntvt ommissioner, T. P.Adamn: Judges.
A. Woodward. W. J. McK.-on and Dr. D. F.
Uooilyear: Clerks, Thomas Garvoy aud W. W.
Gilbert. '
4'A H'arf Xo. H Maitisontreet.
Deputy Commissioner, G. W. Lincoln;
Judg A. T. Lacey, P. M. Stanley and W. 1!.
Greculasr; Clerks, Daniel Kirwlu and A.
nothing.
Mi Ifartr Tfoom 36, CYrrMh OjurfAoit-e.
Ieputy Commissioner, K. J. Boughner;
J nil gi-s. Owen Smittt, Theodore Hoist and I.
H. Mallory ; Ch-rks, J. M. Coleman and Mich
ass1 Magevney, Jr.
iith Ward Waldron Block, Main street.
lieputy Commiisi!ner, W. A. Melsun;
Judges.lt. U. Chllds, T. B. Norment and c. R
church ; Clerks, Samuel Moore, Jr., and W. H.
Clark.
7th Ward Comer Linden and Causey sts.
Deputy Commissioner, O. C. Jones; Judges
W. il IHewai t, Tboa. H. Logwood and John
Loague; Clerks. F.Foster and W.T. Vandyke.
8fA H'it'(f (lored Church on Quinby st.
H i,!ih- 4'timeiissiotier. Wm. Tale: Judires.
U. T. BtonsaiTBt, D. Pante and T. Mclieoy;
Clerks, J. 1). stewait and ETt-ene Levi.
M Wmrd Corner Kei-r and Fifth streets.
Deputv Coiiiiulssloner, J. U. Daubury;
Judges, w. B. Glisson, C. M. WardiR and John
Knox; Clerks. J. U. Haudwerker and F.C.
Schaper.
Uith Ward Africa Bailey's Cnureh.
Dt putv i oniinissieiier, W.F. Boon; Judges,
R. F. Loony, V. C. Kills and Jas. M. William
son; Clerks, Auguste Biziet. and John v-uiu-lan.
Where thoreare not suitable places to hold
I he election in the places designated, the
leputy Coinmissioner and Judges will select
one as done as possible.
JOHN 1". BOCttHNER.
Commissioner of RcgLstrallon lor Shelby
Uoantr. deS
ELECTION NOTICE.
FROM the large number of voters registered
In the Seventh Ward, it Is apparent that
it will be necessary to open two places of
votlnc In that ward at the approaching mu
nicipal election. The comer of Linden and
Canst-v, 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 polls to
be opened at tne corner of Beal and IloSolo
si n ets, to-wtt :-
lvputv Commissioner. J. B. Sliarpe: Judges,
John S Kerr, Jerry Ktoly and U. W. F. Cook;
Clerks, F. Foster and James II. Purdy.
JOHN P. UoUOHNElt.
deal Com'r of Registr'n for Shelbj etiuuty.
TRANSPORTATION.
QUICK TIME EAST ! !
Louisville Route Always Ahead
SUMMER SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL BUN AS FOLLOWS OH TH1
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city time) 4:00 a.ra. J:46p.m.
Morning train from Memphis does not run
on Sunday.
Leave Memphis, city time, 4:00 a.m. 2:45p.m.
Arrive al N'aasuville 11:45 p.m. 5Hia.m.
Bleeping Cars on Evening Tralu from Mem
phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured at the Company's ofllceST 1-2
Main street, and at Depot, head of Main at.
d ai iepoi, or uy tne
ir Company; at Holsls,
r on board boats, to ait
Memphis Cf
Private Kesic
unne. id points Eas
and Mirtn.
SPECiAL NOTICES.
Let Common Sense Decide. What is the
rational mode of procedure in cases of gune
ral debility and nervous prostration? Does
not reason tell us that Judicious stimulation
is required. To resort to violent purgation
la such a case Is as absurd as it would be to
bleed a Marviiii: man. Yet it is done every
day. Yes, this stupid and nnphlloscphleal
practice is continued in the teeth of the
uueat fact that physical weakness, with all
the nervous disturbances I hat accompany it, is
more certainly and rapidly relieved by Hos
t Bn a "a Stomach Bl n kks than by any other
medicine at present known. It Is true that
general debility is o.'ieii attended with tor
. ; i;.eu; .rtjy .f luw oovi ls. and that
this symptom mus, ,irt 1r overlooked. Rut
Whi
Hie
hi!" tin- dlschnme of tne waste matter of
system lsexpedltedorre2ule.ted.ita vigor
rxr bk
...11... hll.
The BHiers do liutii.
'I hey
moine niterl
eut and aptt-biiious
properties, Willi extinordiuarv tonic now-er.
Even while removing obstructions from 'lie
toweJSjtbev tone ani (nvlgurate Hi use or
gan. Tlirdugh the sti'inach, upon which the
;rr;,I vegetable specific acts directly, It give
a henllhy and isngsjugl Impetus to everv
eiilc-tblid mnotiou. Digestion Is tacilitateJ,
the faltering circulation regulated, the blood
reinforce"! with a uew accession of the ali-
?f?.l.?IjV-Prl"e.llll' tllc u,'rv"" traced, and
...T - .. man. powers of the system roused
iuto healthy action: not soasinod'cuHy, as
wr.'U I) 11. ti .se ii . mer siitnulant were
admin Isisi pa, bet tor a continuance. It Is in
this way thai such extraordinary changes
in.- w rought In tie- condition of the feeble,
cmaciatcifand uervous invalids by the use of
this wonderful corrective, alterative and
tonic Let common sense decide between
such a preparation and a prostrating ca
thartic supplemented by a poisonous astriu
geut like strychnine or quluia.
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 wnouse them.
ONE WHOLESOME PREPARATION
Ftti ciioug.cg the hair to ay dtlrabio shad,
from brow n to Jet black, may be procured
everywhere, via:
Cristadoro's Excelsior Hair Dye,
After careful analysis, Prof. Chilton, the dis
tinguished Chemist, has authorized the pro
prietor to declare, on his behalf, that it con
tains nothing deleterious lo health. No other
hair dye iu tne world has LUc like
aftrautee,
CRISTADORO'S HA1K PRESERVATIVE, as
a Dress! ng, acts like a charm on the Hal r after
Dyeing. Try It
ALLC0CK S POROUS PLASTERS
Seem to possess the quality of
ACCUMULATING KLIXTRIC1TY
And Imparting It to the body, whereby the
circulation of the blissl becomes equalized
upon the parts where applied, causing pain
and morbid action to cease. The Poroas
Plasters are flexible, and found to be of great
help lo those who nave weak backs, or pain
leip t
n the
ide. Ksiieetallv are they valuable to
those who have neglected colds. They are
olten preventivesof Consumption; nay, they
are believed lo have loosened the grasp of
this terrible affliction, and been mainly la
stimiiental in effecting a cure. In variable
climates they should be worn on th, breast
or between the shoulders, or over the kid
neys, by those who are subject to take cold
easily.
To Owners of Horses. Thousands of
horses die yearly from Colic Tills need not
be. Dr. Tobias' Venetian Horse Liniment
will p-itively cure ewry case. If iven
when first taken. The cost is onlv one dol
lar. Every owner ol ahorse should have a
bottle In hts stable, ready for use. It la war
rauted Superior U) auyipiug else forihe cure
of Cuts, Windgalls, Mwelllngs, Sore Throat,
Sprains, Bruises, Old Sores, etc. This Lini
ment is nti new remedy. It has been used
and approyed of lor 22 years by the first
norsemt:ii4u Hie country. Given to an over
driven horse, it acts tike magc Ordeisare
constantly received from theKACINO 8T.vhi.ks
iir Ekglanu for it. The celebrated iiirum
Wtio'lrtifr. of trt'ttlua fame, used il lor years.
Col. PhiloP. Rush. orthe Jerome RaceCouise,
has given a cert ideate, whiuh can be set. ii at
the Depot, statlnic thai aft-er years ol trial.it
is the best In the world. His address is Ford
ham, N. Y. No one once using it win '7tr
without It. It li put up in pint bottles. Sold
by the Druggists and Saddlers throughout the
Cnited States. Depot, lu Par Piaoe, New
- - aM
Batchslor't Hair Dyt. This splendid Hair Dye
Is the best lu tho world: the only true and
perieet Dye; harmless, reliable. Instantane
ous; no disappointment; no ridiculous tints;
remedies the ill erTects of bad Dves: Invigo
rates and leave the Hair son and beautiful.
Eiursor l)Oinf, Sold by all Druggists and
Pel Tularin; and properly applied atBatchel
nr's Wig Fsctorv. Nt. kt Bonn nnett. N. Y.
LUMBER, LATHS ANO SHINGLES.
LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL.
THE oldest Yard In Memphis; established
iu 1MT. With a full Hock of bus, sea
soned and dressed lumber on yard, are pre
pared to furnish any quantity and dimen
sions of cypress or ltoplar, at short notice. A
large stock of Doors, Blinds and Sash, glazed
or nnglazeil ; Laths, SlnngU Cedar Fence
posts, Pine and poplar Flooring, always on
hand. Our motto is, quick sales aud small
profits.
M. E. A J. W. COCHRAN,
Office and Yard foot of Washinglou BL,
nos daw Near river.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT.
I will rent, publicly.
On the 15th Day of January Next,
1870,
pretr
the LKtiliAND PROPERTY, within the La
conla Circle1! Ark., tlfly miles lielow Helena,
containing Seven Hundred Acres of Cleared
Land, in tine slate of cultivation, with com
fortable improvements and a line su-am Clin
upon the premises. Terms iuade known on
day of renting. Idel5 DAN BRYAN.
FOR RENT.
THE LOCK HART PLANTATION, NEAR
Sunflower landing. Coahoma county.
Mississippi, will lis rented for the year lbTu,
at five dollars per acre. There are fonr hun
dn.l Hcres of cleared land, much ol It high
and of superior quality, with anew ginhouse,
two lrou-tubed wells with pumps, and snffl
eten! hewed-log tenements to accommodate
a family and the laborers.
A good teuant can have tbe privilege of
paying one-half the first year's rent with re
pairs and improvements, such as may be ac
complished with field hands, and of contin
uing ills contract for several years.
Apply to tbe subscriber at Sunflower Land
ing. H. C. CH AMliKRH.
December S. 1S). del2
Cotton Land for Sale.
VBOCT SUO0 acres of the richest cotton land
of Chicot county. Ark., the finest cotton
region in the world; it Is high bank laud;
formerly Belle Point, one of tbe first se
lections on tbe river; ISOt) acres cleared, bal
ance 1 ituter, readily salable as wood or lum
ber ; leveed fronting on the river, and encir
cled by a beautiful lake: It has the great ad
vantage of independence of the levees nf tbe
main shore, and can be made a most secure
and beaoUnU domain. Valued, before the
war, at 150,11(10 ; it Is now offered so low that
the profits of a single full erop will pay for it.
if not sold by 16tu January, IS7U, It will be
leased n favorable terms. Apply to
de2 JOHN T. DOWD VLL.
St. Louis, Mo.
For Sale 100 Horses & Mules
AT
DIGGS & WOFFORD'S
SALE AND LIVERY STABLE
No. 376 Main Street.
A' K have one hundred head of Horses and
it Mules toi sale, an. 1 will keep constantly
ou hand Horses and Mules for sale at tha
lowest market price,
dell NEV1LL4 JAMES.
NOTICE.
N'OTICE Is hereby given to the Stockhold
ers W the Uebjian National Bank or
Memphis,' that the annual election for 1.
rectors takes pla-.-e, at Hie Bank. No. Hll Main
street, between r.he hours of 10 o'clock a. m.
and 4 o'clock p.m..
On the llth Day of January Next.
Stockholders can vote either in person or
bv proxy.
de MAjtTIK OBIFFIN. Cashier.
T.mnrl : Tjanci ! Xjand !
WANTED to rent for the year 1870, one
hundred or more acres of improved
and, lying near tne cuy ot aiempnis. I'ur
ties having land to lease, y.euse call at
a
Broom Factory, No. 9 Howard s Row
Walker Brothers & Co
229 MAIN
Attention! Attention! Attention
o
NO HUMBUG! . NO HUMBUG
Look out for Bargains !
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
A SURPRISING
All those desirous of SECURING BARGAINS, should attend the GREAT
CLOSING OUT SALE OF OUR
IMMENSE RETAIL STOCK
OP
Dry Goods
Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business.
del9ws WALKER BROS. &. CQ. 229 MAIN ST.
LEGAL NOTICES.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE.
BY virtue of a renewed order of sale, ren
dered at the October term. MS, of the Mis
sissippi county circuit Court. I will proo i .1
to sell, to tiie inchest and west iii.toer, on a i
creuit or lour rnoinns, at me conrinouse door
In tne town of Osceola, Arkansas,
Oa TUcSDAY, January 4, I870,
all that tract of land lyiug in naid county, and
known a? the Nodeoa farni.oontaiuing about
32U0 acres a'-)Ut Jii acr.-s rloared. Hale to be
made within lawful hours.
I HAS. BOWKX, Commissioner.
At the same time and plnee, X will sell, to
the highest bidlir, for cash, ten mules, placed
in my iinmls ai Receiver of the Bostloh $
Jordan trust luud. JAS. v ii"T.
U . Receiver.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
No. 4uJS. N. K. In the Chancery Court of Mem
phis, TeiHiissee. iaiu s. Juicer. K.tccmor
of H. C. Horion, dee'd, vs. J. 11. Sliarpe, et ai.
TN this Cause, OS the 'id day of December,
1 1889, an order was entered, directing pub
lication to lie made for all persons interested
in the estate of H. C. Hor'ou, dee'd, to come
Ibrw ild. eshinit their tientuud. and have
themselves' nia.l-.- piirtii-s to the bill In this
suit. etc. : alo, enjoining all persons claim
ing to he erealtors ot sj id estate frqm insti
tuting .-nits at law upon their demands:
It is tl. renu - ordered. That all seen
paktiks make their appearance herein, at
the courthouse, in the city cf Memphis,
Tenu., on or before the nrst Monday In
March, l7e, and die and establish their
claims as afore-sild. according to law, or the
same will be birred and the cause proceeded
witli exparte; and that a copy of this order
be published oiiee a week, for four successive
weeks, in the Memphis Appeal.
A copy attest.
ACUl'STON ALSTON, clerk and Master.
Hy K, J. Bi-ACK, Deputy Clerk and Master.
Estes Jaeksou, solicitors fwr Complain
anU de2
JUS PRINTING.
FRANKLIN
PRINTING HOUSE
15 COURT STREET.
KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES !
Immense Arrival cf New Material !
Five Lightning Job Presses !
Large Additions in Lithographic and
Gothic Types !
Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas
and Nonpareils !
Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts,
Embltn?3 and Vignettes !
Every kind of Business represented !
Endless Variety of Cards and Papers !
A Complete Job Printing House !
The proprietor takes occasion to twain
call the attention of the Merchants and fnii
ness Men of Memphis to his tecilittes for
filling orders for every description of M t:u-i-ANriLK
Pkinti.su required iu the Office or
Counting-room.
The most perfect Ratl.factlon will be given
In every Instance, and Prices shali. BEfeow
AND UNI FORM.
Orders respwslfuliy solicted.
S. C. TOOF,
Boll Proprietor.
HAiR RESTORATIVE.
A New Discovery ! !
Phaloi
"VIT
I A
Salvi
for the Hair.
CLEAR
ATER !
IHC
SEDIMENT I !
tiPENTftJHE LIGHT! !!
For Restoring to
lair its
Original Coorl
Phai.on's 'ViTAi.yrdifFcrs ut
terly irom all tliair coloring
preparatimps-'ne.etotbrc used.
It is lyrrfmJ, sweet smelling,
preciptates no muddy or slimy
matpr,requires no sbak ing, im
parls no stain to the skin. Hold
it tothe light and it is clear and
cloujess. It leaves no mark on
the scJto ; yet it reproduces in
gray haiNtnatural color that
time or siccnaiL may na
bleached out ot it.
k-FThalon's Vital
is for one sole purposerfiat of
reproducing, with absafute cer
tainty, the naturalflWor of th.
hair. It is nointended as a
daily dressioImorforremoving
CCurf or inndruff ; nor for cu
ring baJnness; nor for stimula
ting tlfe growth of the hair.
Thesf objects may be accom
plishwl after the color has been
fixed with the V italia, by Pha
lon's (Niemical Hair Invito-
rator.
The ViTunSta harmless
and unetjualed prepfcyation for
1 reproduction of lie origi
1 A hue of gray hair,aLd noth
i ig else. This is accoliplished
in from two to ten applications,
accordintrtothedsTOth ot shade
STREET, 229
Look out for Bargains
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
REDUCTION
!
& Clothing
BANKS AND BANKING.
EMMET BAN K,
No. I and 3 Madison Street,
it ANTON Uittxik..
iiios. I-islior, Pros't.
OM. US Slsfct Drans on Ireland, and Three
r and Sixty Days' Bixht on London at New
sail
and
A.-'o.
Bankini
general Exchange and
REMOVAL.
THK. City Bank has ramoved from the coi
ner of Jefferson mid Kront street, to tbe
new Hank iiuildiu,?, No. I) Madison street.
S. H. Tobfv, President. E. C. Kiaa Cashier.
J. A. HaTia, Jr., Assistant Cashier.
CiTY BANK,
New Bank Building. No. 9 Madi3on St.
TKA15SACTS A
GENERAL BANKING
ANO EXCHANGE BUSINESS,
And Deals in Gold. Silver, Stocks, Sacds,
City and County Scrip, and
SOUTHERN BANK NOTES.
" Deai-ts for sale in sums to suit, on Eng
land, Ireland, Scotland, France, and ail nana
of Uermauy. Also, Uold l.-rafts on New
iork.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DIRECTORS:
B. EIPMAN,
F. S. DAVIS,
J. T. KAIUJASON,
ii. II. H'DAH,
J. N. OLIVER,
NEWTON FORD,
. W. Til ATI ' HER
W. P. PROUDFIT,
W. W. YoL'NU,
W. P.. MliORE.
U. t. SMI 1 11,
J. U IKKKERSON.
C.C. PARTE i.
F. S. DAVIS,
Prasident
NEWTON F0R0,
Vice-President
W. W. THACHER, Cashier.
BANKING HOUSE
MEMPHIS LIFE
And Gen'l Insurance Company,
Cor. Front and Madison SU.,
D. B. M0LL0Y, President.
u8 FERDINAND MOUOY, Cashltr.
MERCHANTS'
NATIONAL BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
Doe a Genera Banking and Exchange
rsusmess.
Collections made at all points and
Promptly Jietnided.
DIRECTORS :
am oh wwfoanrr. a. t. lacey.
J. E. MERRlMAN, TH'. it. SMITH,
H.T. TOMLIN'SON, A. J. WHITE.
H. A. PAKTEK. J. E. W ATKINS,
W. H. CUERIiV.
W. H. CHERRY,
President.
AMOS WOODRUFF,
Vice President.
H. A
PARTEE,
Cashier
J. FREEMAN,
As't Cashier.
sel9
THE L1S0T0 BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DIRECTORS:
JXMES ELDER, W.H.WOOD.
T. K. FARMS M )RTII, K. H. THJMHI 0MB,
JOHN ii. LEECH.
OFFICERS :
JAMES ELDER, : : President.
W. H. WOOD. : : Vice-President.
T. R
FARNSWORTH,
Cashier.
ocll
union and planters bank
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
irMI'll!S. N.ivi n.h.T I. lMi".
The Bord of Directors ha.eordered an in
Rtallmentof Uh upon the r i! scribed Capital
of tills Hank to he paid on or before the nrst
of January next.
nov-2 S. P. READ, Cashier.
REMOVAL
REMOVAL.
THE office of W. Y. L'IRODB
Bankruptcy, ia r- moved
Htreet, betwi-en Front and Min
Bank Bitii.uixi Fereous hav
Willi tbe office will take notice.
A'vi-rnee In
to Madison
treets, XkW
REMOVAL..
O. TC. O j0l. JS ES, Jr,.
SADDLERY,
AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
HAS REMOVED TO
817
noU
1-2 1VI A I HX ST.
CliMMISPTONKK FOR THE
District Court oftheUnit'd States
COMMISSIONER FOR THE
Court of Claims at Washington,
Commissioner of Deeds for tbe Several
States and Territories, and
NOTAH.T yUT-TiIO.
WSpecial and prompt attention given to
the taking of iK-posltlons, or Coiuinbisions
from other Statoa.
OFFICE : Mo. I COURT STREET,
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
6. W. L. CROOK
Widows' &
ASSETS,
Policies issued upou all the approved plans of Lite Insurant-.
Children's Educational Annuities granted. No restrictions upon
uenc-e or travel, inviuenus payat'ie m
" Tontine dividend " svsteni the
raruv.
Call and have it explained.
6. W. L CROOK & CO., managers,
Office, 279 Main Street.
CUBBINS & GUNN,
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
Html THE LARGEST AND MOHT COMPLETE TOCMTPRT AND MACHINE SHOP I
tbe SouiL west, are prepared to do all work in
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EYER
THEY KEEP ON HAND A STOCK OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND
STATIONARY AND PORTAELE ENGINES, BOILERS.
WROUGHT IRON GAS AND WATER PIPES OF ALL SIZES
Wblcb will bs cut and fitted to order, promptly and welL One of the Una gives constant at
lention lo the building of the very best
FRENCH BURR GRIST MILLS,
Which, tat durability and satisfactory working, are nnsnrpsasssl
CLOT II KB ANI) LEATHER BELT1NU, In full
UNION FOUNDRY,
Adams Street, between Fourth and Bayou, Memphis. Tens.
EN
Valuable
96
08
B. P.
P.M.
XjNSjH.s' ciill cuns
Contains no Quinine or Arsenic will pay Five Hundred Dollars in Bold
for any Chemist finding either in its composition.
It Im purelv a Vegetable Compound, and Warranted to Cure FEVER and AGCE of how
ever lonit staji'diiiK. or money returned. N Cure, no- Pay, la our nuatio; all tbat se atk is
for a fair trial of our Chill t are.
332SrXE!nS' STOMACH BITTERS,
Tho rumt popular Bitters now in ue. It cures KMney Dweas. restores strenirth and appe
makrs new blood, bnilin up weHkanU ftnfeebleU frame. For fenials weaktitjaa it la ousur
tadfeX Aa a KeTcraye it haa no eqnai.
Act promptly causing no feellnn of sickness of the stomach, and eontains no ca'.omaL in
Jaundice, Liver Complaint and Biliouxncas they axe a certain cure.
A anfe and efficient remely for (lilldren, relievins; them In a vary few hour.
We have hundreds of ceriifiratea from rittaena and physicians of blab "taadi-nr, sbu:
these medicines are what we represent thrru to be. A fair trial will prov.- il;i,r irtire.
I)it. F. H. EXDEKS.
For Hole by Druggists and general Storekeepers tterytchere.-ii
ErTEHnS eto ROBS, Solo aFi-oi3Z-ss,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS
Paduoali. licntvicli.y.
Tbe above Medicines are for sale, at Wholesale and Retail, by ,
F. C. WARD A CO., AND WILKERSOy & BLAIR, DRUGGISTS
Memphis Nursery.
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM&HERRY, APRICOT
NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND TREES.
GRAPE VINES IN
CONCORD AND SCUPPERNONG.
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
A very thrifty stock, at moderate prices. Address
SOEN et GILBERT,
R. R. K' IF.X.
J. M. i . l.i.KKT JB.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
.yaccaao, a. vaccaao.
A. a. VACCAKO
A. YACCARO & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC., ETC., ETC..
324 Front Street. Memphis, Teno.
SANDS' CELEBRATED
CHICAGO ALES,
PORTER & LAGER BEER.
W. W. LUSK, SOLE AGENT.
Office and Cellars, 222 Front Street,
M KM PUIS, - - TENKE8SEK.
' 1
FOR SALE.
rrllE
sr. rii-wlieei steamboat
X
muiiiT'r 'n l.t She is.
1.S0
r.i i,r Hi feet beau, o feel DO!U, will
carry teven hundreu lous; nas hmucii cjuu
ilers. I feet stroke, with ample boiler power;
i ,,w hii.-liii.at Fort Pickrlng. A'ill be -.Old
on I ieral term, or sxubauteu far ciiy arop- I
JNO. w. DAWSON.
BRANDIES:
J. & F. MARTELL
Pinet, Castiilon&Co.,
OTARD, QUPUY & CO.,
Planat & Co.,
JAMES HENNESSY,
A5D
VIRGINIA PEACH
& CO., Managers
Orphans Benefit Life ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
:::::: $1,500,000
r.-
atsli at enu of t-iuu year.
kest and cheapest mode qi Lite I
ETC
AND -
SMrTTEKS, BOLTrN
supply, aud cL-iaper tbau r'
Uere,
DERS'
Remedies !
3i
81
VARIETY, ESPECIALLY
8O8 Front St., Zklompliisi, '
DRUGS, ETC.
DIRECT IMPORTATION
Perfumeries, Drugs
axo
O 13 E MIO ALS.
THEODORE HOERNER,
54 and 56 Beal Street
tCorner of 9eeond,
CHRIST AND DRUGGIST.
mw QTTANTITATIVK ANALTBIH made,
and written reports furnished.
sw Having made srrangemenU wtth Pas
slan and Oerman Houses, I am prepared"!,
furnish to the trade aud HtHyMilb the
nSStlSca WVWBn PERVOIES. at Im
porters pr icws
Prescriptions Carefully Prepared.
aw ON HAND, a large stock of Toilet and
Fancy Articles, Brashes, Spouses, etc, etc.
Tito Trade vj.To;FXel.
Thoi'i
art

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