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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL -TUESDAY, JANUAEY 11, 18TO.
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FINANCE AND TRADE.
FINANCE.
OFFICE? OF TBI PA1LT APPKAi, )
Mkkphib, Janimrr 10, 1870.
HuMnewa during the ps! week has boon
moderately octiv and exhibitf ronnldera
ble Improvement over tlie week jirevious,
owinfito a Mitwidtuiee of holiday attrao
i "UK, and a settling down to the regular
routine of daily duty on the part of busi
ness men, agriculturists ami laborer.
Henceforth until the close of I he business
season, we may anticipate no interruption
to active and prosperous trade. Our mo
ney market has ruled steady and some
what easier, while but little difficulty has
been experienced by men-bants in meet
ing their otffeations. I Miring the early
part of the week there was complaint of
stringency, and api'li.mions for loans and
discounts were more numerous than
banks could accommodate, but liberal 16
ceipts and sales of cotton has altorded re
lief and rendered money matters easier.
During this and next month our heaviest
receipts of e '. ton are expected, and before
the first of Man-hjbankers, capitalists and
merchants are likely to have a surplus of
currency. The New Orleans financial
market, which during the month of De
cember waa in a more stringent condition
u at any eriod siuce "67, has become
nring the past few days. Owlag to
asu-r t.
a of the staple from the lied,
'icavy recei.
"o rivers, which streams
Ouachita and Vaz
ud admitting of
are all bootniug high.
the largest
uninterrupted navigation
'mn o:
vessels with full
caiH-s
i
North Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississip,
and Texas, who have held hack their
crops, are now sending forward freely,
owing to a general belief that no material
improvement in prices cau be expected
until late in the season, if at all. General
relief has thus been afforded, and from
this time forward money lenders are like
ly to be less exacting.
Exchange rules steady, with commer
cial bi'ls on New Orleans and Eastern
cities baying at Jc, and selling at parfa,
V,c discount.
Uold is firm and holders indifferent
about selling, owing to anticipations of
further advance in New York. Kates
here are 122c Opening rate in New York
was lo at 1 :40 p.m. figunis advanced to
123c, and closing quotations were 122,"c.
Tennessee money rules steady and un
changed, with light demand at &a.bv.
City Bonds are in some request, with
none on the market and quotations nom
inal. City Scrip is steady, with dealers pay
ing 70c, and selling at 7 sV.
County Warrants continue firm at 75(u,
76c buying, and (SOfsae selling.
Tennessee Bonds were reported in New
York at 53)s'c, and 55c for Old, with no
sales. Sales of New transpired at W .'
-50c
The Sto-'-k and Bond market was unset
tled and higher prices anticipated. The
following i. notations were telegraphed:
Canton .'. .
, 52
UK
mi
61 ,
M
37
Western Union Telegraph Co..
Quicksilver
j Nnfic Mail
'(jn "us Express
Wells FarKO s Co.'s Express..
America." KxPSesiL
1-nOo.t Express
Mer-hants l'.''"" Express..
New York Cen
raj.
92;
85.
24
.;,
New Y'o.k Centra
,Scrip.,
Erie
Heading
Michigan (Vr.irai...
Mii'higan Southern
Iltinois Central
Cleveland and Pitts
Chicago and North w
Chicago and Northw
Rot k Island
M' .
87H
.
105J4
urg
tern. .
stern prefe.
-red
Harlem
Securities in London were reported
follows:
Consols, money 9254
Cms. .Is. account 92?
V. S. 5-aOa, 'flK. 87
I'.S. :- JUS, 65 wx
I . S. -Jus. vrr .-
10-40 bonds W5i
Erie 17H
Government securities were strong with
an upward tendency:
Bondsof 1881 117
6-20 Bonds of lar2 115 .'
6-20 " 1864 IttXd
6-20 " 1865 lliCm
6-20 " 1865, new M
6-20 1867, " 112VC
6-20 " 1868, " 112.
HMO Bonds ...112Vf
P.u .:. Sixes lUfj
Gold carrying at 7 per cent. Sterling
Exchange steady at 108 for 00 day bills.
COTTON.
sTbe Cotton market has exhibited a
moderate degree of animation during the
week, with pi ices ilu' tuating less than
half a cent, Middlings ranging from 24
24Sethrouguout, and closing weak at the
latter quotation. Sales for the week
were K002 bales. Yesterday prices were
somewhat easier, with sales of 1257 bales
aa follows: 156 Ordinary at 22c; :S00 Good
dot, 22,'fp23c471 Low Middlings WfSfQ
2.i"c; 2.15 Mixed and Stained 22'.j2:ic; 22
" Middlings 2424Vic; 7 Good Middlings 25
We quoie as follows:
lw Ordinary 20
Ordinary 22
Good Ordinary 22'
rur Middlings 23.'-
-
Mil Idlings...
Ktrie 1 J"inK8
.. ... I Middlings
...25 (j25'
cotton ktatkhkt.
CbjbTbbk of Commerce, )
MeVi 'His, .lanuary 10, 1170. J
fcn,.U on hand h. It. 1. 1S69.. 94
Beceived to-day ...
Beoeivod previously
M ,0.KI
...lla,5ls 146,
Total
Shipped to-day
Whipped previously
- 140,651
;,!(
..... LSI,1 126.2M
Block on hand at noon to-day
KE'EIITS.
20,357
"empii
1 R. R
R. R
S.-.I
a hi
265
,09U
150
2
Mis
Slse
Mem,
River... "
Wagons,
KXI-OKTS.
'harbwtou Railroail
Meuipb.il
Mempbi'
Hteainen
Hteauien
Receipts
Exports
and
iio R. R
and
iit
1,792
513
9,081
11,010
MM lb
south -.
for the wee.
for the week
(OTTOJt IN NEW YORK.
January 10, 4 p.m. Cotton quiet end
weak; Ordinal v, 23Jiciiiood Ordinary,
24e; Low Mid.llinga,24s'; Uplands,
j. ., ; Good, 25c; Mobile, 25!;c; Orleans,
3 Sales for export 153 bales; spin-
ning 700; speculation 97: and 2000 for Feb
ruary at SSHeiAprU. 25Xc
COTTON lLIVEI'.!'iil..
January 10. Cotton atosed (piiet. Up
lands" llS'PMl Orleans, lllla.
Mules 10,000
bales, or which 2000 are lor
peculaliou and export.
N, w York cotton statement
vis-j biiding 7th :
for
the
u,r lb- week
port ...
lib port
mi l-
."..ili 1
ports
If.
id ul uii iHirti- up
s lor the week 10
.(.C1
Hxi
,rl Irom 1
1-'
1 lor I tie
Mslt lO
ilie Continent
111,467
TRADE.
I Hiring the past week trade has been
fairly activ and 00 complaint of dullness
has been indulged in by ou r merchants.
Prices have ruled generally steady and
without excitement in any particular
branch. The close ol navijration above
Cairo causes a few merchants to be Una
in their demands, in anticipation of a
scarcity iu some leading articles, but the
Iron Mountain Railway offers to iran
port merchandise aud produce at ten hsi
cent, advance over marine rates, and
dealers need not fear a spoculative de
mand in moats or breadstuff's.
Haooiso The demand is light and sup
p lair. India, U(&Se heavy Ken-
lucky, PG
Bl'TTBB- -Uhoioe grades are held at 35&
Good an J Common 256.32c. Supply
abunda.at and buly cess ol the de-
Brooms r:inge from f"(ai!perd'i. Broom
orn brings from fl25(a200 wr ton, ac
cording to quality.
Hi ii-dkbs' Material Louisville Co
ntent 2 252 50; Rosendale . l'lastor
Lime llfel 50. Hair, in 40 lb
bales, f2 76gi3. Fire brick W .o. UUUU
ing Brick 8 per M. Ohio River Ltinefl
per bbl. Alabama $1 00 per car load,
(iridors' Alabama fi Cape 12.
OMnM i vi. The demand is small for
jobbing trade, l'rioes delivered are 94 ""
ler bbl. Suiall orders from store fa
Mills supply light weight at 4 AO.
Ootfkk The market continues steady
and unchanged at 19(g,24c for Kio, accord
ing to grade.
Cotton Yarks No. 400, 22c; 600. 20c;
6'oo 18c; 700, 16c.
UHKEsk E.D. lc. Factory 19c W R.
X8c.
Cottonseed The oil mills buy at $12 per
ton on levee, and f 12 5o delivered, buyer
furnishing sacks. Motes are in demand
at 1 to 4c per pound.
Eons Frices are irregular and range
from 3!c to S2o.
FhOFR The market is well supplied
and prices dull with no indications of im
provement. Super, ft M0I 00; X, $5 25
(&b 60; XX, $5 76(u,6 25; XXX and Fancy
96 76(9 50, the latter figure being retail
rates.
Fiiesh Meat Dressed Pork M&llX;
good Hogs arc scarce and in good de
mand; inferior abundant and dull.
Fbi its Apples are dull at $2 50,
4 50 per bbl., the latter for strictly
choice. The market is well stocked.
Dried Apples ,6'l7c; Dried Peaches
for quarters and halves;
iCj.lt.-; Lemons, . 5o per
8:.
Peeled, foft par bbl.
box; Orangi
Ho. i, bfaja $24(7. 25; X,
Fish Mackerei
in bblu 117 50;
- i Mflttt (10: a
- . mam
No. 2
X do $8 75: No. 1, us- '
H- 1.2 25: No. 3, II l.3rf
fish, 'A bbls, 9 50. Sardines i30 V"1
case for quarters;t:34 lor halves. Garo
Fisk910c. .
Feeb Corn is firm and tending up
wards. Sales were effected on the land
ing at 9292c. From store 100 sacks
ehok-e sold at 95c. Oats are dull a! 62J
G5c; a sale of 100 sacks was reported at
65c. The market is bare of Dran ; prices
are reported firm and nominal at ?2427
per ton ; a small lot sold on the levee at
the last named figure. The Feed market
is withont animation. Cooked Cotton
seed Meal ist22"23 per ton.
Game and Pocltev The supply is
light and demand fair. Dressed Chickens
range from $5(u il per dozen : live in coops
56 25. Ducks 4 505 00. Geese $7 On
S 00. Turkeys 9 16 20 per AMM, and
pressed 1720c per lb. Venison 79c.
Wild Turkevs 9912. Wild Ducks 34.
Bear, 12.1J'15c Quails 9"-! 252 50 per
dot. Squirrels, 91 25 1 75 per dozen.
Rabbits, 9 503 per dozen.
Boni Good seconds are 16e:.i.l8c and
scarce, with an active demand.
Hides Prices are steady with indi
cations of improvement. Dry Flint
i 17c; Dry Salt 14c; Green Salt 8 to 9c;
Green 6X to 7c
Iron Ties Demand light. We quote
6 to 74 'Ac
Live Stock The supply of choice is
moderate. We quote: Cornfed 67c,
gross; good grass, 4(a5c; inferior
to common, 2)3c Hogs 6c
gross: choice Sheep, 946 per
head; Milk Cows, 93060; Work Oxeu,
970 120 per yoke.
Molasses Prices are firm. Prime to
choice Louisiana, 7085c; Golden Syrup
911 15.
Naval Stores Tar, in kegs, 95 25 to
5 75 for Pine; in 40 gallon bbls, 98 to 10;
Pitch 96 per bbl; Oakum 95 to fo per
bale.
Leatiier Hemlock Sole Mfa Oak
Sole 42 46c; Saddle 4043c; Bridles 948
69 per dozen ; I'ppers 4050c; Calfskins,
French 94570; American do. UHdM.
Produce Peachblow potatoes 750c
per b ushel, in lots, and 9jc at retail ; per
bbl. in iots from fiat boats 91 s5, and levee
9i; retail fiom store 92 252 50; Russetts
from llatboats 92. Onions 944 25 Cab
bage dull at 3Sc per head. Turnips 50c
per bushcL
Provisions Moats are in light demand
and prices .nominal. Mess pork, 93031 ;
Bulk shoulders, 1212,We; Cleafsides
1616',ie; Sugar-cured Hams, 232I tfa,
Lard is weal. ; tierces, ls18He; kegs,
1919Xc; country, in tierces, 17c.
Powdkb Blasting 94 50 per keg. Ritle
96 50.
Rick Carolina, 99c. Louisiana, 8
8c
Salt 280 lb barrels, 92 633 00, the
latter being retail prices; 7-bushel
barrels, 93 5o3 75; Liverpool sacks,
92 753.
Sl'oars our market is tirin with a
good jobbing demand. Common Lou- i
isiana, In .' i.lle: I-air to goo.I lair, Mg
Ue; Fully fair, 12134c; Prime,
135ic; Choice, 13,'414c; Y'ellow clarified
1! . lie; White clarified, 14l5c.
Spibits Demand light, and market
weak. Common Whisky 75c to 91 60;
Proof 91 25tol S5.
Soda American, boxes, 7Xc; do. kegs.
6 to 7c. English, boxes 8i9c; do. kegs
7Xc.
Shoi Drop, per bag, 92 75;. Buck 93.
Snuff Garrett, box, 916; packed, 98-
Soap Palm Soap, 6c; No. 1 do. 77c.
Panola do. 10c; Erasive, 9 to 10c; Extra
Family, 8 to 9c; Castile 17c; imported do.
25 to 28c.
Starch 6 to 7c per lb.
Tallow Dull at 9c.
Vinkoar Cider vinegar J8 to 10 per bbl ;
Wine 912 to 14.
TMM DsMI noons MARKET.
Prices have ruled generally steady and
firm throughout the past week, with a
slight advance ou a few leading articles of
brown cottons. Trade is moderately ac
tive, aud shows some improvement sliico
tha holidays:
PRINTS.
Merrimack
Spragne's ..
l?S
'-"v
...12s
... iy,
...12
...12:-
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1 - X
IU
Alii
Id
Albion..
London Prints
Waiusutttt H AUauuc...
i.it 1. iii.it cottons.
onwtale ...4-4 17
V, .v Yoik Mills. ...A
Bat. - Mills j;
Kiuit of i.'ie Loom U
'lt.t it 15
Waiusuur.
An.lrosdtggln
RosctjiiiI
Hope
Red Bank
Poatlac c
Banseslej
Anioskag nta-.
poj.o.rell 10-t.
Pct 16-4.
Mouaduosk. .12-4.
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16'
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Augusta Mill-
Matoaca
Berkelev. XX
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ir.v
AppleU
Karmei
Atlarm
14
i.HK
11
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Vir(i
Naniiil.'
Bates B
HarrlNbure N
Vat-rtorii v
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I'Wigtll B
Pepperell
Lancaster
I'MWlUXi'l
IVj.p.rf 11
Aiaudale
JI-4 .55
M-4 m
.MM "SI
10-1. 50
MM Biaos.
Bouthern Ho. ? S Miln-dgeville
.23
fLAIDS AXDBTKII'Hs-
27 Teaa 25
mock 'il
MX
a, 1
AlalfSioa
flnsttahiri 1 h nr
.17
IllioWN DRILLS.
ITVj Kockporl
11 Massacliuselts..
1ICK1.NOS.
Btark. A
Battcrsea
Penusfleld
Brown, AAA .
Massabesic, B.
..IS
..l-H
IS
..JO
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...60
11 Keystone .
Keystonr ..
Kellyville
Tenin-ssee .
M
'St
SfooL COTTONS.
Coats..
m naasad.
Green A liauiels ..bO
Bbaiijs.
Worsted Hklrt Braids
BOOTS ANIi MUiKs,
There lias been a very fair demand ex
perienced iu this market when we oou
oider that retail ' dealers, as a general
thing, replenished pretty liberally before
the holidays set in. Orders come n
steadily, and take it all iu all, dealers
have no reason whatever to complain.
Of the New York market the ltcjwrter
says:
The holiday festivities, as usual, caused
an almost entire cessation of busiuess,
aiuoiiu the wholesale ueaturs MMljojMieni
of orders from the country. There are,
however, inanv indications that the lraJo
for 1870 will be heavy, and dealers are
making preparations "accordingly. The
manufacturers urespprehensiveof tronbie
on account of the Crispin organisations,
but thev are cautiously proceeding to get
j an6glj no11ip stw k. if possible, to be pie-
pared for difficulties of this nature. Trices
remain aloui me same, aiinougn tuer,.
would probably lie a slight decline if it
were not for apprehensions of difficulties
iu regard to the rates of wages.
Stocks here are fair for the season.
Trices are tirm and trade active. Orders
from the country havo kept dealers busy
during the week. Spring stocks will
commence arriving next month, and
merchants are preparing to make larger
purchases than last fall, their selections
heretofore having proved inadequate to
the demand. There is no change to report
in quotations:
Men's V. B. Kip Brn(rnn: SI Zinl 7
M s Bateheller'sSnner Kip Brogans 1 7(1
.M s L. ami B. Kip I'.roijans 1 V- tn
M s I., ami B 'Hin:ru 1 Ia2 50
M's H. antic, anil iKme Ison's lirog. 1 25al 87
M's Bplit llroftans TSal 5(1
M's But! Balmorals 1 "- '
M s slf Balmorals- 2 aa SO
M's BuU uml t alf i imams 2 Oha;; hu
M's 1'alf Peggeil Bttot 2 60aB 40
M's Calf Sewed Boots 4 ZjOaft 50
M's Kip Peg Boots 2 M M
M s Split Peg Boot. 2 2SaS 60
M's i rallied. Peg Bunts... 3 M5 W
M s Bull P'-i: BiHit. -2. 0m,4 ij
Bov's Kip I'. B. Brocans
Boy's Kip L unci B. Brogans
Boy's Bu fraud Calf Brogans.....
Boy's Buff Balmorals
Boy's ( all Balmorals
Bov's Split Boots
Buy's Kip Boots
Youth's Brogans
S'outh's Split and Kip Boots
Women's Peg. Spilt Balmorals
Youtn's Peg Kip Balmorals
Toatfc'a Peg Butf Balmorals
1 12n.l wi
1 12nl 75
1 -m : 00
1 12al 75
1 fiOaJ 'Jb
1 75al' 96
2 001 M
Nil
1 S5a2 &
1 (Wal iu
1 .Vkil 75
1 12a 1 75
1 Mai '
Youiii's
Youlli's Pi
lined Bal s
irals.
) X7al 75
1 7 .aJ
1 Ouul 55
1 (!al VI
1 25al 75
1 rrai mi
1 37a." 1 XI
I .VhW oil
I 25a J mi
1 Zal 75
.Mini "1
Huff Balmoral
;'alf Balmorals-
Sewed Kid and (ioat Bai's
Hewed Buffand Calf Bal's
Sewed Cloth Balmorali
sewed Kid and Goat. Bal's..
sewel Calf and Butt K-il's
Mi
Indies'
Ladle.'
t in id rel
IVk and s, isj l.ai's.
STEAMBOATS.
ARKANSAS KIVEIl LINE.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet
Company.
U. S. Mail Line.
Winter Arraiigomoiit
TATJSnfG the pr-. :it
h water !n the At-
1
ansa river, this e-nnnany will ron the
following fltt of elei;aut passenger boats
in rough 10 t url fMniin :
THOH. H. ALLEN Reese Pritohanl, master
MARY BOYD - - llaynes, master
W. A. CALDWELL E. W. Noland, master
OCIDON - Clay Rice, Master
DARDENEI.LK Wra. B. Nowland, master
OZARK -AJ. Storm, master
FORT GIBSON Engeiu- Smith, master
LEAVING MEMI'III.S
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS &. SATUSDAYS,
At ' o'clock p.m.
These boats are elecant. They leave on
time. Their accommoiialious are unsnr
p.awie&l, and thev offer, umler tills arra!.--ment.
unprecedented BaetlttiM to nillfnau,
Hhippers and the travellnx pablie.
Persons detriiir to sliil' ov r this line
should ronslicn freight to M. am! A. B. P. t'o
Mempliis. Fr; ialils will '- t 'rv.o.n J u' onr
erd rales, and without charge tor landing
Memphis. JOHN n A I lA Ms, President.
W. 11. KEVVEDAY, Ae-nt.
No. S .MiMiwu Bt., Me.uton Block. deSti
FREIGHT A TICKET AGENCY
KOUN'S THROUGH LINE.
Regular alternate Weduesday Memphis and
New Orleans Packet.
For New Orieans.. Red River, and ail Bend
Landings.
Tlie magnificent low-preiwure
condensing Passenger Packet,
O. L. Kotins, mas
Leaves MempUi.-
JR.
Kerr, jr., clerk.
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 13th. 5 p.m
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 29th. 5 p.tn
Leaves New irleuns Alternate Vt
jesd:iys.
Tlirouili receipts by
LEVY R'tlU'.IN-a.
It. W. LIUHTBCRNK,
Agents, liemphla.
G. U KOUNS4 BRO.. Proiirietois,
di-a Ni w Orleans.
NOTICE.
Offlfc Knun.1' linr lied Itirrr Pnrkri Co..
Nsw OHM La., Nov. U. i-9. f
ci H.SIKX'K is our only milieu - . 11
o . to s.-il tieki-ts over our hue sieameis
at Mempliis, Tcuucs.sc-.
G. U KOLTNS Jt BIWJ.
Notice.
General Ticket Office of the M. ft
ItBKPBH, Ti ns.. Rei
SH. SHIX'K is M only MtkM
to redeem our t!lmiKraut. tick
South, and none others need pie'
Diliid
ckela
at this office. A. A. i.ARNi.S.
ii.r: Satol I'irki i A-i
FOB HATCHIE BIYEB.
TUK STF.AMIK
moiiawk:
K. PL Small
33333LiIjiE.
master.
Will commence
to run the
Hatchie River on the
the river, liulu Meinp)
near Biownsvllie, vn
business lor the iraJt
dell W
fir-t 1 ise in
road bruiye
will do the
Aeent.
FOH FBIAB'S POINT.
DAIIi Y ILi IINT .
Mempliis to Friar's Pi., Helena and Bends.
Jal2k packets JLiS5
GEN. ANDERSON, - - Jas. Lee, master
Leaves Memphis Mono A. a, Wesnkhoavs,
and FKU1AV8.
GEO. W. CHEEK,
Geo. Malone, master
leaves Meiaptiis Tt'v hay- Thi'Ksdays, aud
SATfitUAVH, ai 4 o cliH-k p.m.
Leuvts Kiiar's Poiut everyday at
it in
j'eloek
ne. -4
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet.
MAGENTA ! Hicks, master
John S. Ku'.IIvan, t '.era.
The onlv .Meionhls anil N.-w Hi
leans packet. Leaves Memphis,
January "lh
January 19th
Kt hruary 'M
Pehruary itilh
W Mtu ...-' ' -
I.AllItY HAttVi'ilifteO
dc2l ELLIOTT 4 JIII.I.KA., . -eiits.
Refltlar Wednesday Packet, for Vicksburg,
Natchez and New Orleans.
Magnificent Low-Pressure Steamer
Great Xeiovit iolio,
W. U. iHiualdsou.
mastei'.
Will leavi
as above. Vt'knMCkiiAY. IV-ccin-
ber Ut. al clo' k n
, and every alternate
Wedneaduy thereatti
Kor all reliable It
oruiatiou, apply at the
partinent, N.i. 1 frome-
OoUt.-al Iast-UKcr 1
li.t.t ol JefTi
rsoii slri-ct. i'asscii.-m
procuring Uskstt at tins olhce scs-u re Slate
Looms. s- Hj,8',0iK' .
nuJI yLiagt Agent
Regular Memphis and New Orleans
Packet.
FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BENDS
The large and magnlflcent paane&;er steamer
GREAT REPUBLIC,
W.B.lxnaiilson, master J.U.Alkiniion.ciui'k
WILL LEAVE AH AHOVS
WEDNESDAY, December 1st, at 5 p.m
And every alternate Wednesday thereafter.
Iu, uiMiir i s-:-ki -. I . I on lioarU or to
LEVY 4 K088INS, Agents,
ib Jcfffccawa Street.
LARRY HARMSTAD, Agent,
no23 12 Madison Street.
FOR MOUND CITY.
m ' '
For Arkansas anil Texas.
rri RAVKLKRH OR KMIGP.ANTH going to
1 Arkansas or Texas should cross the river
at Ibis iioiul ou steamer
LAI'KA Cheek master
to Cheek's Lauding. Vuai luiloa of htgA
travel saved. Boat mat is four triiiH daily.
Fre one-half that i-f niiiiir ilAl!alln el
FOU FORKED DEER RIVER.
For Haile'a Point, Key Corner, Kyersbuig,
and all Intermediate Landings.
The splendid side-wheel piiasc-oger packet
SALLIE V.C
(i. R Miller, matter W. K. larK.e( Uti)t.
WUi )eavu its above,
V We have provided ourselves with a full stock of Plantation Supplies
which, to the trade, we are offering at great inducements. Among which
may lie found the following:
900 dozen Planter's Hoes,
liO 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 DouJie Trees,
125 dozen Back Bands,
140,000 pounds Hollowware Castings,
600 dozen Axes.
Sole Agents in Memphis for the Brinley Separate Share & Uric 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 ANO FRONT STREETS, MEMPHIS, TENN.
COTTON FACTORS.
WASH. 8. TAYLOK.
W. L. BAIiroRO
W. K M'OCIRB.
TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
AKD
General Commission
, - MONROE STREET, l
1 J Kront, Memphis, Term
Tips njiil SiiiD-.es furnlstii
Merchants,
reen Main and
Maine Hope.
nahle
. : f .. ,
terms
BpeCWtl HlltUUUU 1 IU Wl Uliuig -
aw All consignments Insured, unless other
wise Instructed.
CHARLES H. DORION. Jr.,
(latent Moshy jt Iorion;,
Cotton ra.o tor,
Office, 15 Moshy & Hunt's Building,
IP-HTAIR8,
a04 Front St., 304
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNKKSKK.
' li.agcing. Rope,
nlslied eu-tomeru.
Ties and Supplies far-
A M. BOYD.
K. M. WIIITB.
I. W. DAVIS
BOYD, WHITE &. DAVIS,
Cotton Factors
ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
- All consign inent-s covered by Open Fol
ey, and In store covered by Insurance, unless
otherwise Inst reefed. u LI
HUGH TORRANCE,
Cotton Factor
AND
General Commission Merchant,
No 10 Jefferson St., Titus Block,
OPPOSITE COMMKRCIAL HOTEL,
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
noli m
MILAM, BOWLING & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
AND
General Commission Merchants,
SCO Front Street, Merupliw.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
SANDS' CELEBRATED
CHICAGO ALES,
PORTER & LAGER BEER.
W. W. LUSK, SOLE AGENT.
Oillce and Cellar, 2ii Front Street,
MEMPJ1S, - - TENNESSEE.
JwH "
DISPENSARY.
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
MEDICAL DISPENSARY
21ii Main Street, Up TAih.s,
Betveea AdaMH and Washington,
Memphis, Tennessee,
JS NOW p-rni4)ienlly
sliililisheil for the
1 tieiilnn nt of Prnii
tri'iilnn-nt ot pniieiits, Imtli Male 11ml re-
inaic. who ait- urtlictts.t with any luriu 01
VENEREAL OR SECRET DISEASES,
rt
ttiivs, ami iili I ruiary I-ieanes: hyi'liliiUf or
ftftercvtfel AflbeUoM bITUm BmH iskin 01
Boac, (.ifiiitis. Hernia or Rupture; alo, the
e!le:tN of a SoliLary Elabtt, ruinous to tin
bnly Mid ralnti. onnlueiiig Blotohet on the
Em, Debility ami IiuiMHency, LMzzlness. IMm
MMOj siilit, riuioun ot Ideas. Kvii Kon -iuuliiiL.
Avt-iiim t' StM-iely, r,i.s.si Mtinorv,
Wflakneas. eu-. ; not nil of tlMM iu any one
eae, hut all uuUUrlng frtiiuently in VaritiU-s
IM.M'S.
Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains
( ; iiFU BY A NKW .MKTUUD,
ENTIRELY )1V OWN.
Particular Atteniion Paid to the
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
Sueh as Kxcessive, Suppressed or FainfUl
Menstruation, Leurorrhoea tr Whites, Kall
iiiL; "1 the Womh, aud all irregularities m' the
Monthly iVrlots. eausing sterility or Barren
ness, mi" oftentimes ltiLsuuiption.
PanOwM who have been under the treatment
i other Physicians, and iiave not been
eared, are tan lata to call, as 1 aaa cure all old
ttrphttttle KNeases, It ' U - lit difference
ttf htw long staJidiug. 'I'hey will yield to my
Celebrated Vegetable Remedies,
To which THol'SANI'S 1 :ir testiry, who tam
bee-n eurcil by me in New Orh-ann, Memphis,
Cairo, and various other pl-ic-a. All commu
nication strictly coutlilciilial.
No Pay Until Cured !
The 0ietor can be consulteil personally, or
liy U-Uer, upon all PlxeaKes perUtlniiiK to tils
i-. cialty , an,l all other pisea-'-es, net rc-iulr-iiik
lils atteniion ,iulsi.it- ul liis ojijce.
mr. srj.i rale Olflce for Ladies."
Omee hours from i o'clK-k am., ti 9 o'clock
p 111. D. H. JOHNSON. M. U.
ja
UK VI) UlSl'K.NSAKy. Olflce 70'4
V"! .lt-tt.-iN,,n siri-et, Ik-Iwitu
Sc-eoml and
Tinru itfMla IMtarllla. Ky., established
1&(L and chartered by me LeaMati;re of Ken
tuck v, lsl, for the treatment of ait diseases
Aui t h.-itrlniiry and generative ornun -i botn
SCAi-s, nii iuiiiiiK -lJriiini"i i " "I m-mi.i.u
wi-akness from early errors. uonorrliea. uleet,
stricture, varicocele, K.vphllla in all It stages,
aflecilyua the kidneys and bladder, and
the dfftoase of w onieo.
A mediinl pamphlet, (OiitalnlnguiJty lart'e
paee ap4 nuuierous HUM talioOH i a new
ui-inod ul ircaMht U.'e above diseases with
out mercury, ana lmjmnaiif Hj't i"'- on mar
riage, etc., sent under seal for will,
A vain ( la-sp. warranted to cure variei ei 'e
In fnurdava: )' !'i: sent to ay lublress.
Also agents for IVWee reotale lteijuiating
fills, warranted to remove Irregularliiua.eto;
p.-L-e at ofllce, or by mall, li A fullassort
,n,.',. i ji oL'es and trusses ala'ays on baml.
Mai. slieaijfiA, Suervwr liUJtJIty! single onetl,
or f-' pel ilnzeii. Addrois.
UALEN'SliEAIimsf'KNSAK.Y,
:s luUvlIle. Ky.
DE3CXJ3M3E3 IT". HILLi,
COMMISSIONKR FOK TUV
District Court of the Unit d States
COMMISSIONEK FOR THE
Court cf Claims at Washington,
Commissioner of Deeds for the Several
States and Territories, and
NOTAm!" PUBIjIC.
VBneclal and prompt atteniion given tp
the taking of Depositions, or Commissions
from other Htatee.
OFFICE: No. I COURT STREET,
Near
lle-J
Front street, Farrlngton
New Block-
A Howell's
Administrator s Notice.
TOTlCK Is h.-reUy given that lelti rs or
t adinlniKl ration on the estate of Wl.t.
1:1 i.nctt r.allle, deceased, have ia-en aianltsl
to lh undersigned; all persons indebted to
the said estate will make Immediate settle
ment, and all persons having demands
against said estate will present them, prop
t-rly authenticated, for allowance within the
time prescrilied by law, or they will b tor
evei barred. FKK1). BATTLK, Adm'r ol
Kstate ol Win. Battlo, dee d, Wyihe He.jot.
jay
A. O. SohiUta'a
LOCKSMITH AND SAFE-SHOP
Has Kemovkd to
MISCELLANEOUS.
Plantation for Rent
I70R the er.sulna
year, my Undivided
1 Half of the Parmer Place, situated
In Crittenden county, Arkansas, near Bled
soe's landing, forty miles below Mem
phis, and three miles from the rlve"-. The
whole place contains one hundred and fifty
acres cleared land, gin and irln-house, dwel
ling and ont liouses. The richness of the soli
is unsurpassed will easily yield a bale of
cotton to tlie acre. For tortus, apply to K. 11.
Word, .-Second street : or Frank Moor, Bled
soe's Lauding, Arkansas,
del JOHN P. RICE.
Notice to Tax-Payers
OF SHELBY COUNTY.
rfMlK Tax Books for the vear 1W will be
1 ready January I. IsTu. and I will Immedi
ately thereafter proceed to collect according
to taw.
All Taxpayers who have personal property
niu-t eoine forward :it once, or they will find
their Taxes in the bauds of Constables, who
are authorized tndi.-.tralu a sufficiency to pay
all taxes.
1 will attend at tlie following named places
for the purpose of receiving the .State and
onnty Taxes for the year MR
FIRST DISTRICT.
At C. M. Kreisl s Mtore (Haxel Flats) on Tues
day, January 11th.
SCCOND DISTRICT.
At W. C. Ward's, Kq., on Monday, Jan. lath.
TlfTRD IlISTKIfT.
At Bolton's Store, on Saturday, January Sth.
iOIRTH nlSTBICT.
At Cuba, on Friday, January 7th.
FIFTH DISTKli i.
At F.mrlnelionse, corner Second slraet, on
Monday, January Jltli.
SIXTH UlSTRICT.
At Raleigh, on Saturday, January lGth.
SKVeSTH DISTUICT.
At Bartlett, on Friday, January U'h.
EIGHTH DISTRICT.
9 . I by Depot, on Wednesday .January 12th.
NINTH IllSTRICT.
At Fisliervllle, on Thursday, Jannary t!th-
TENTH DISTRICT.
At Collierville, on Monday, January 17th.
F.I.FVKNTH DISTRIIT.
At Uermantown, ou Tuesday. January Lsth.
TWELFTH DISTRICT.
At Mechanics vllle, on Thursday January 3nh.
THIIITEENTH DISTRICT.
At Arnold 's. oh Friday. January m.st.
For KTEENTH nlSTBICT.
At Office, corner Sesnd and Union, on Tuas
day, Januai y 'Jjtli.
FIFTEENTH Ill-TRU'T.
At Hand wi-rker's tiioceiy (Chelsea), on Sat
urday, January 2al.
SIXTEENTH DISTRICT.
At Wlille'sSiatioti, Wednesday, January 19th.
SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT.
At MeConneU's Cliurch, on Thursday, .lanu-
- . .. , V. . . I . "
Tax Collector Shelby County, Tenn
Woffice in Comity Court Kuildiug, corner
uvu4 ad l aion streeK, Kooai No. L MH
ORLEFmFIRMARY,
142 CANAL STREET,
NKW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA.
CONDUCTF.D BY
Drs. Chcppin, C. Beard, Brickell and
Bruns.
TTiin ImlUuiion U hcm Open for the
Treatment of Jfedicat and
tSurgicul Diseases.
DR. SAMUEL CHOPPIN,
General Scrory, and Dine.ises of the Wec
tun, Blaifdc-r iiui Urethra; ail operaUonH for
Deform Hies, Mich a C lub-foot, Hure-llp
ClelX-paiale, etc
DR. C. BEARD,
Disease! of tbe Eye and Ear.
DR. D. W. BRICKELL,
li-i.-a.s
espnl!r to women operations ror
the relief of Ovarian Tumors, Dysnjeuoi !iou.
Vesicovaginal Fistula, Laceration of the
tVrincuui. . Jte
DR. !. DiCKSON BRUNS,
Diseases of the tleart. Lungs and Tliroat.
The lest nurses are provijed. Fare and
aceonituodaliuuH etUal to those ot flrat-clais
aotels.
Postofflrr Box 67. New Orleans. on'2
$500
REWARD.
I'Hl'.ItK VS. IlLH
Kxctllency, PowU Clay-
? ton. itiv.'ni"r of Arkansas, havintf rfll-
cially oft'Ted a reward of Two Hundred Dol
lar? fur the arrest and eonvicUOM of James A.
Davis, who murdered my hushand. Aukun' i:.-
L. Witherlngton. at M Landn, m the
Onaehita river, ArkrtM'iM.s, on Um Erui day of
March, lHHt: Now, therefore. le it known, that
I hereby otter an additional reward of Tlirev
Hnndr d Dollars for the arrest and Kaf- oyft
tlnentent of t he hhIJ Jafnen A. DaviH iu any
prison in the United fcitAtes, or In the Terri
tories thereof, where he can beprxMired upon
a requtsition from the Ooveruor of ihU state.
AddrettH, MM M. K WiTUbUINOTON,
Lanark, Bradley county, Aik.
November I, ISUtf.
Pkscriitiu. Said Jamej A. Davta is about
fifty year of age, about 5 feet lu i.icbM in
hiffhU hair and beard gray; haa lost a por
tion of his front tetth: sharp features, aud
complexion browneJ by exposure to the
weather; is an inveterate smoker; rather
slow of speech ; generally oeH armeti with a
uavy-six shooter or a ride; wa a resident of
California some years since, and is supported
to bo now somewhere lu that State, lie is
lamiltarly known amung his actual u tan res
as "Jim Davis." i!eL
INSANE ASYLUM.
ST. VINCENT'S INSTITUTION FOR THK
1 NSANK, St, Louis. Mo. This Institution
was founded by the Sister's of Charity, Au
auat IU, 1858. It Is private and HrKt-elafls in
its arrantremeuts and accornriMKlallon. In
sane patrenW t;f bo?ti litres liud of all de
nominatiwns aro received, also Lhuse addicted
to taking opium or utber stimulants to ex
cess and desire to correct. For terms, etc.,
apply to Dr. J. K. UAUDL'Y or tne MISTKK
Ktfrt-.KIOH. ui(
DISSOLUTION.
T1
HE law partnership which lias oo long
ami 4i lile:is;illtl' exist,',! I!wwn the
undersigned Is this day dissolved hv mutual
consent. The pattucrsuii' buuucK4 will be
attended to and wound up by the old flrras of
WriKht. ft McKislck and Wright, McKisIck
& W'rigiit. as heretofore.
A. WKKiHTmid LI'KK K. W'KNiHT have
lliisdn formed a partnership :iud will con
tinue the prarttre of the law under the firm
name of WKIUHT WtUUIIT,
L. I). MeKl.sK K continues the practice.
O01ce Kit Williams Kloek.
A. WUIUHT.
b. !). McKIsK'K.
LUKE E. WKIUUT.
January 7, 1870. Ja8
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
District t iinrt of the
Dlslrkj. A Wesfl".
Of A. G. Varruro, ij:i
DiBlrk-t. ol West Te
-.1
ales For the
i :. ilie ...ai ! r
i Uaiikrupii-y.
VWAiJlt-VNT in Bankruptcy has been Is
sued by said ("ouri against tii estate of
A. U. Vacearo, iu the county of Shelby and
State of Tennessee, lu said District, who has
t i duly adjudged a bankrupt upon petition
I his eredltors, and the payment of any
debts and the delivery of any property
him are forbidden by law. A meet ing of the
creation of a!il bankrupt, to prove their
.It'll' v. 1 .. :i" . .i.li.e ..ssin.oa ,'i
bis estate. Will be' beld . M r CtOrt oT Bank
ruptcy', to be holdep at M'-inphts, In said D(.i
trlet, on tlm Hat day or January, A.D., 187U,
a; n o'clock a ut., at lUv olflce of T. J '
tham, one of the Kegisters lit Bankruptcy of
aid District. J. M. TOM EN Y,
ja H. Marshal for said District.
FOR SALE.
TWO 2-Story Frame Houses ou Exchange
street extended, with 8 rooms each.
An A No. 1 Building Lot on Alabama street,
near Bull Hun, bu by 16u.
lu acres of choice Uarden Land, near Chel
sea Church, ou Thomas avenue.
And a good paying Saloon and Fixtures,
centrally lopated. with tUe good-will ot the
present proprietor.
All or any of this property will be sold low.
Apply to fdelfi) J.B.FOKTK1L
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY.
District Court of tl)e United States, for tne
''District of West Tennessee. In the matter
of T. F. Hall. J. 1'. Hall. M F. Carter,, firm
oi Hall Co,, Bankrupts In Bankruptty.
District of West Ten iiohsco 88.
WAltKANT in li:iiikrupley luis been is
sued by said Court agautst the estate ol
T. F. Hall, J. F. Hall, M. F. Carter, firm ol
Hall ft Co., ol thecouiil of Shelby tAd State
of Tennexsee, lu said District, they being
ilulv adjudged bankrupts upon petition ol
their creditors, and t'le payment of any
debts and the delivery of any properly be
longing to said bankrupts, to litem, or to
their use, and the transfer of any property
by them' Is forbidden by law. A meeting of
the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove
their debts and ehose one or more aasignees
of their estate, will be held, at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holdeu at Memphis, in
said District, on the IZlst day ot January, A.D ,
1870. at 10 o'clock a.m., at the office of T. J.
one ol the rtegisiers in siiusrupuy
Walker Brothers & Co
229 MAIN
Attention ! Attention ! Attention !
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
Dry Goods & Clothing
A.&
Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business,
de!9 v s
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Paris Mantel Clocks
AND SIDE PIECES.
F. D. BARNUHI & CO.
Did firm Pooley, Barnun & Co ,
265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT
New & Rich Jewelry.
de;
ZHEADQUARTERS
m
AT
-A,B.mULLER'Sm
g GREAT REDUCTION !
Q IMMENSE BARGAINS
z -,N-
Goid & Silver Watches 2
C Paris and American 2
j MANTEL CLOCKS
j AH
UJ JEWELH.Y
Of the Best and rticnest Quality
O
H
O
183 MAIN STREET
183
TRANSPORTATION.
QUfbK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Rouia Always Ahead
SUMMER. SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL RCS A3 FOLLOWS OS TH
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city time) t :00 a.m. 2:45 n.m.
Morning train from Memphis doea not run
on Sunday.
Leave Memphis, city time, 4:00 a.m. 2:45 p.m.
Arrive at Naashville 1....11 :4S p.m. 5:0ua.m.
Sleeping Curs on Evening Train from Mem
phis to Louisville aud Memphis to Nashville.
Through Tickets at Reduced Rates
Can be procured at theCompnny'sofllee.237 1-2
Main street, aud at Depot, head of Main at.
"BiiKgKtfi! Cheeked at. Icpot, or by the
Memphis City Transler Com puny; at Motet
ela,
aJJ
Private Ilesidences, or on board boats, to
priuciuai poiuts East aud North.
SAM. B. JONES, Supt.
Sell Howkll. Passenger Agent. se.ai
m PRiNTINS.
FRANKLIN
PRINTING HOUSE
15 COURT STREET.
KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES !
Immense Arrival of New Material !
Five Lightning Job Presses !
Large Additions in Lithographic and
Gothic Types !
Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas
and Nonpareils 1
Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts,
Emblems and Vignettes 1
Every kind of Business represented !
Endless Variety of Cards and Papers !
A Complete Job Printing House !
" The proprietor takes occasion to again
call the attention of the Merchants and Busi
ness Men of Memphis to his fecllities for
filling orders for every description of Mer
cantile PRJsrrmG required in the Office or
Counting-room.
The most perfect satisfaction will be given
In every instance, and Pricks shall bk lov
ASB UNIFOHM.
Orders respectfully sollcteu.,
STREET, 229
NO HUMBUG!
Look out for Bargains !
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
REDUCTION
I
WE
WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST.
MEDICAL.
DR. RUSSELL'S
MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
42 N )RTH OO C R.T STREET,
Nnnuj Tkx.vic.smee.
The Largest and Oiriest
institute )n t f the k ini)
:n the southwest.
Established Ten Years.
Where Invalids Can 0Lita.ii Scientific and
Commonsense Treatment at a
Moderate Expense.
Rheumatism and ticuraigia.
Lumbago, t.otit.
Hc'latica, Mercurial Rhetl um' i.-m .
Tix UoloriutT, Sen e- he.
In all art'w it ic coniplaiats, as rheumatism, !
out, n, iir:ilr:?i. ct.-. this p-:.t :;,-c is almost j
perfect. The most Interne pains are .'.-i.e.:
tn.tantly n ii. -i enriii..ns swelim - m
retlueeil limbs which have been ironlracted :
ainl stltr tor veitrs .ir--r.'l.i. .1 i i, -.
ly, tlnrt forty years' .t; in ding, lia,-
lieen curetl by meatteraU other means havi
lau.-.l.
A great aeroDipilshmcnl i.s my rrinmph I
over pain. 63 Inch 1 can oltcn. m a iew 100- I
ssessea, soothe and carry otr the most ext ra i
statin a sii tit rings.
11 Ibis sysieni dal nothin irrore than lo re- I
lleve pain, ii would stand superior to any ;
other system- eMail .
Paralysis.
TfnlmglMlB (Hall E':tlyt, rumla
Paraplegia (Locai piijy Puralyix Ag!tanH.
In every form of l;ralyi-. This g Um 'n!'
freutiii en t Wktdl MUMMl to BMythllkj Bi
tori ni? aetion jnl vjtitHiy.
tii-atiiii ut of tliiM niieetion, I nse
my M?!ivat t Kiflis, m
lou.s
. am-
suhstanres, am tnrahint h
monia uud Uy lrariiy i tu
with '
anil I
it n.-lrulysis
pre
Catarrh,
istoppeii-UM 111
st.tut Hawl
BU
NV
t most ,ninflyjni
1 .'.iipliiiut Ca
ns, flowing down
mgrt, and Isy.s the
in1 f ill to enre It.
aota" ai 1 ins . it;,-.
1 lo ; be trea idJ
,st QthnlcAu prices
disagree aim; and o:u.-niY
tarrti, without knowing wi
Often tha Kereted nine
the thrift M0i up I he 1
foundation for tons
Toe most ski: I in 1 .
Hecentl .several Ear Lk
have turned their attentlo
of catarrh, and demand n:
bom piti;.;nts.
I tin re all v fa.se ; oimrri
It si rtlsi hrgm ot sreeni
glitlry unlet. us ftom the u
exterunlly puln or mlln
eyes 1:, la:, I l.iov. ii,.; ,,1
matioii or the nasal oassa
' the
nflam-
the Mliucidcria.i membrane, ete.. In the
course ot a few tlays.
Scrofuia.
Struma, Glandular Su eiiiiigs. Running, or
tYusty Ernptlons.iSsli Olmuiu,
King's Ev'l,
Tlie Bsroftila taint,
tilling lite with nnt..;
mil icai treatment, ii
Tne oniy tine .aires
are thorte wh:i-il ha 1
1 will contra el lo
eaae i ! Blot m! I -iseas,.
lorm.s of Leprosy. E
ctsrs, Tiiinuri. I leer
form of r.si. w
frn.n lony-eujlii hou
: 1 .'tt or ot herwi.se.
ery, !s,hy all usual
Mercurial Oi&cases.
Salivation (Ptyulism,, Mercnrini Krnptlons
Mercurial Aches In liones.
Mt!reiiriaii.at;ou,
Mercury, injndieioiwiv n
earth with wuMnik at nun.
1. has fill,-.! the
i'y. Tl.ousiiml.s
l 'it-en uneon
iliysician. It is
the mnjorily 01
evcrnl -o-enlletl
e li .iiuan botly. r
sutler from M0ftit.- vl.o has
fiO,.s'V .lltlgEe'l ll tilelj- 11;
vain io attempt iho cure of
dhieaatrs while it remains in ft
Although I havo hesrd of tie
antidotes ior merenrj in the
have never yet seen a phfaa
eliminate it from tlie -s 1 - n.
Who could
n.111 siiiiMi iinj oai.euior D.iV-leian
that
.in,:,
if.
I tran ahs
ly extract mercury", lead.
and other mineral doIsaiih,
One hath which 1 employ,
lead from the white iim in
in iv. rv
even draws the
U..- oath-room.
Uancers.
Mnlt-nie-Taiigvre. Lupus. 1
Bcirrl.nis t 'anccr Fung
Hose Cancer Bpidt
Wolf t 'miner,
I'asoier,
tiicer.
I ronke .1 meat specialty 111 the treatment of 1
every dcHcniilioii or earner and tumors, nnd '
have a speeial liepai'tllli ut devoted to I 111 t
hraneh oi iltawi
How many cancers and tumors are wrong- i
fully treated by certain charlatans stvlleu
themselves 'M'nne-r Doctors,"
Arter being pronouneetl ,i,.,n ihie, I will
take any one 01 th.e eases in hand, ami
make a permanent em c.
My terms for treating caueen, etc., will he
hiutetl 011 1 he age and condiijon of I he patient,
aud the positive ccrt-aiuly ot cure.
Generative Affections.
Seir-ah:
Sot
ilseliarges-strlelnre- i.i, ,-t -.crmati.rrhte
1 (Seminal
ncssiSy phi lis 1 l'rt ma
Iinpoten
ce (I. mis or V In lity 1 i'rematura
Decay Debility.
The press, the pulp aa
.l.e
are silent t u the sntnect diseitsvs ot (he
seEUlit ormm i- lil. A falsi delieaey ee,i,, eaiH
lite niiotvledae tor which thousands thirst.
Anil how terrinleare these diseases? Sper
matori'lneii, shattering the entire Nervous
System im pairing I lie luimi aud causifia
self-dcstruetiou. Bypallls. ealint: uo the
botly by piece-meal losing itone, inttscfc ami
nerve, by iuehes-tstiUM iiterally eaten no
alive Uioi uitt;inti lie- brain with atfoiiy
Cliurl.ttaus, or liit..,iiet. nt phy siciaus may
essiiy to eiire tlietn.Imi m vain, 'j'he only
hope and resort is in 1 he UauMna and learueu
physietau who understands their cust.
Amomt these afleciioiis, none me t.'rse
than Spi.ruiHttirrhiea. 01 ISesiinal Weak
anil emissions. Ur. Woodbrldaje sie, "Thai
the loss of one 01111 f seminal Muid by
aliuse, is equal to theUissof torty ounces ol
bltasL"
r-" worst form is whon tlie Rominal fluid
passes on unpercenett
Kmtnre-. and char m I
tint MPQIl 1 be 1 is ..1 a
:ii : the feebleneM of tli
lorl large sums ot Dion
ry iusianee, bave -.on
and rciitit i cd t '. more il
never yel eel .1 ease a
Im potency cored by an
All the altectlona of I
beeu ileepty si ud icd by
have mad.- discovery
syphilitic and irali nt
lses toovertiirow all tti
Hons ami theories on
entirely new remedies,
ous copaiba, cube its, tut
In every case I guaxaut
Otnee hours from il
y work
en shar
tnly ex-
i prom
veti 110-
irv.
a ft.mi.i3u.in. ir. J. B.
Physician ; t. U. Wrran,
ty a full corpH of eminent
u Hi eourty extendeti to
REMOVAL
REMOVAL.
n'HE nfflce or W. V. 1'IUt ilil'.. Assimiee in
1 liankriipiey, is reraoveil I Mmlison
street, ltweeii Kront anil Main sirectn, Nkw
Hamk Bt,tLI.-u. feittons liaviliij lni-intss
Willi tlie t.Itlee will lake not It. -It-U
REMOVAL.
o. kt. o jk. s m, Jr,.
SADDLERY,
ANO SADDLERY HARDWARE,
HAS REMOVED TO.
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
CUBBINS & GUNN,
IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS
HAVING THE LA KG EST ASH MiT COMPLETE rOLNI.riY AS. S'ESHOPX
the Southwest, are prepared to do ail work ia
THE MACHINERY LINE CHEAPER AND BETTER THAN EVER
THEY KEEP ON HAND A T'. &. ,f Nf.WA.'. -sEi ).VD-HAD
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE ENGINES, 80ILERS. ETC
WROUGHT IRON GAS ANO WATER PIPES
Which will be cut and Ctted to order, promptly an.!
ten lion Ui ii.e buii,::n!or to- y Is-st
FRENCH BURR
Wlilch, for durability anil satisfactory workir.a. are
iuhh &.5 A-t u L.r.A 1 ti r.ri ticL. 1 .u
ai full
UNION FOUNDRY,
Adams Street, between Fourth and Boyoa, Memphis. Tenn.
ENDERS'
Valuable Remedies
96
08
B.
P.
Contains no Quinine or Arsenic
for any Chemist Indinn
ever 1
for a I
ENDERS' STOMACH BITTERS.
n most popular Bittern aw in It i
t lie, matct- new blwiit tjuilan up weukdiiil erj
pasMeo. As a leverage It has no eual.
ENDERS'
Act promptly causing no fct.jin' of si. !.
JauuUUe, Liver i'oni plaint um: kUUovai
-ji Um
ElTRTEIiA. WORM CANDY,
A no ft1 and
We has
thes. 111,(1:.
le. by Ttmggista and
3flNT)Bns FiOSS, Solo rt opr'ai,
WHOLESALE ORUGGiSTS AND MANUFACTURING CHEWiSTS
Faducitxt, Koutucliy.
The above Medicines arc for sale, at Wholesale and lit ! ill. Ly
C. C. WARP dc CO., AND WILKERSOX ,i BIUJl, DRVGGTS7S
Memphis Nursery.
o
A CHOICE SELECTION CF
APPLE, PEACH, PEAR, PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT
NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND TREES.
GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY
CONCORD AND SCUPPERNONG.
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
A very thrifty stock, at moderate prices. Address
aOO Front St. Moiuphia,
M. u 1 1 .i.t'.IiT. .1 K.
G. W. L. CROOK Sl CO., Managers
Widows' & Orphans' Benefit Life Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
ASSETS,
rolicies LsSUeMi upon all the approved plans of T.ifo Tnsuranw.
Children's Etiucationul Antiuiiie-t irrantitl. N.. MUiikftou upon fp-ri-dcni'o
or travel. Dividends payable iu t-.tsh at emi t ;.t ii yesir.
" Tontine dividend" syr'teni the leist and he:iM-t motle of Life Insu
ran e. Call anl ltave it explained.
G. W. L CROOK & CO., Managers,
Office 270 Main Street.
A CARD.
r K woul
have
Wt4 T
tin it, ili:t ict
a, in every torn.
PurtieK ue
1 rtrn nrrnn, mti
Utsll St. 1
Arkansas River Plantation
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS.
1
I.:
as SIL
L.len- I
AU-I
No. S eat Court SI ret
Attachment Suit.
til Memnht Pnrle- . Burleson A
I. aw I
to., e
proper omoer le
or tlie ilelentiitnt,
It Is therefore
defentlant
MA iTH lA!i, Clerk.
JNO. W. DAWSON.
BRANDIES:
J. & F. MARTELL
Pinet Castiilon&Co.,
OTARD, DUPUY & CO.,
Planat & Co., -JAMES
HENNESSY,
a.s r
VIRGINIA PEACH
an:
CF ALL SIZES
tue arm ijiveaeonuant i-
GRIST MILLS,
TALTIM
supply, and cttoaper thanelsei
P.
M.
81
81
will' pay Five Hundred Dollars in Gold
r;thcr in its composition.
(XWBd.nnd Warm ted to Cnre PFTV'Fr; r,' o;rrf hnw
taraed. No Cure, no fay. is our mono; all that we ask ia
1 Mi B P
it m ausar
and t-ontalna no ealoineL
In
1B. F. H. ELNDCRS.
general Stnrekeepera everywhere,
Tenn.
::::::: $1,500,000
NOTICE.
Memphis and St. Louis Transportation Co.
juj s. n t'tAty and TreaAOrer.
Cissolutior. of Copartnership.
j
i existing nn
cf Ruweil,
si ut motnsa
I ... He a
settle up
stl
ttltl S2S n.OAA7VICl.
Ith
N
Monrott
, .!' ...
4 near byh&il
STORAGE
FOR COTTON.
vREll'irSE

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