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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--TUESDAY, OCTOBEB 1873.
1EHPIHS APPEAL HAIXS Oc SUBSCRIPTION. " DAILY: One cry, one month, by mall, 8 1 oo . s oo , 10 oo : months, by mall. ae year, by mall- t OneoeHf, one week. In city Mm WKEKLY: One'cy, bus year. 83 50 . a oo Clubs ot Ten or more, each. Snedmen conies lent- free of charge. Our mail books are kept by poitojjtces, and not by individual name: In orderina paper changed from onepostoglce tSanoiher, the names of both postofflees thould be given. HATES OF ADVERTISma IK DAILY APPEAL: First Insertion, per square.. aroo. Bubseoaentlnsertlons.por.san: 50 Fbrtico or more squares a reduction on above itatet in proportion. Einti Una solid ntmpnretthnake one square, andlwelvdlines make oneiric . "Local Xekces art 20 owl. per tine orjirst in sertion, IS cents jer Km met, ami 12), cents per line per month. WmsUt, fte are 10 ents per line first insertion uuJSjwen per Une each subsequent insertion. ' Obtain ana "Marriage notices free of charge, but funeral ntces, obituaries, artd'eomphment. rxry notices m rnarriaees, are chargea at regular rates. We unit not accept any advertisement tefoUoto readinf mmstrr. i vrU or Fourth page advertisements, station cry, double rates. We soHeit letters and communications upon subjects of general interest, bvttueh must aluays be accompanied by a responsible name. We teM not return rejected communications. AH Utters, communications, or anything else or the Appeal, should net be addressed to any individual connected teith the off.ee, but simply the APPEAL, Memphis, Trnn. FINANCE AND TRADE. Office or the Dailt appeal, 1 Mosiiay, October 0, 1ST. J FINANCIAL. At the date of oar last review our banks had Just agreed on the new system of exchange. vuicn.w isr, ihu una juaau iu num picvj well. There wat then no movement In coin, and Mocks bonds and scrips were neglected and nominal. On Tctesdat business wasqulet. carrenev was scarce, collections slow, and commercial bills were quoted at discount. tjo:ki and bonds were ont or the question, and the nominal rate for sold was UBgill. On VtDE-DiV the First national bank retained business, much to the Joy of the whole community, commercial Wis were still Rediscount and there was no movMBMits In securities. The First national's dep-ietts were SW.OOO. On Thcbsdat banker agrees i- uicouniexcnaDgeciiecii.sv per mu. which was additional to the per cent. In Beeot'atiating co-nmerclal bills. Bankers also screed to tate cnecKS ana excaange of tbe First nauona bank same st other banks. Stocks and corn were lnac tl.e aad nominal. On JTiiDiY the market va very quiet, bat collections were very cooa. Deposits increasea, currency was more abundant, but discounts were few. Exchange was 3 per cent, below cur rency, apd hills on eastern cities were quoted at M discount. The ooeainrof the DeSoto bank wa annonnced. oasiriiiuAV ihe money market,cmslderlng tlie Importance of tbe last day of grace, was very quiet. Collections were, everythinn considered, very good. Tbe banks got down to work aealn. and were vers strict. Difr- oaaat wre verv few. deposits Increased, and currency was more abundant. A number of tiinmrmin were receivea. nxusangH was ibrM wrpfnt below currency, and bills on a clues were quoteu at oue-iiaii per iscmim. le-ieruay, mosuay, we were quiet. beAeral banks were dolna ew business, a d others 'ransaMlnz anytbli.g bat offered, paid check and be haved as before the panl" or the adven of Yellow Jack. All hands were f.peeially care jlriT'absut their colleo'lons, and, aside from attBs, riolhl ng wss vlsi Die. The DeSoto opened raonet-affaire are again all right. corrosf, At the elose of last week we left the market In tbe doubtful balance between the factors wTe claimed an advance and 'he bnvers who refused, on Tuesday bales were M bales, nearly all for exchange. There was no cur reaajr. Telegrams received reflected a de cided improvement In cotton, and an advance 4a eeas freights at New York was also a favor- U lwlleatton of reviving trade. Besides ti. corrency, the day's business Included good ordinary at 15c, barely low middling at lfic, lo middling at Mfelc, mldi'llng at 16;16c and strict mlaifling at ITc, all In exchange. In New York middling closed at lS'61S?c. and la New Orleans at 1734gl7;4'c, in the latter marie, ir net the former, on the basis of cer tified cheeks. On Wshsrsday sales were ion betas, neatly all on the basis of exchange. In whltp nlHat prices were IMUl,f, for barely to strict low middling, and' lo'Vti'C for inul dlbW K strict middling. Lower cotton was niMfii . and beUar was not In demand. In Lfterpeoi middling closed at s;A against lTJe to Sew Orleans, and 15c in New Y, with Bold lluV,. On TiirnsnAY were 1300 bales, more than half of whih moved on a currency basis, with some liWiTimont in iirices. Included in anles for uanBy were good ordinary at 15-c. strict Rood ordinary at 15c, and low middling to Kttict lowmtildllng at 1'4i The movement on exchange baU lncludei low ordinary to strict ordinary (old) at Sf.ili!-, strict low mid dling at 1SV. middling at lti'.c, and strict luraaiiog at i.e. uouou unucr low miauuag Ana raucn in aemnna. in.ewi ort ?oseit at loe, and in New Orleans i supply scant in noin jnaraeTs. un le Tnarket wm smnc r tban on and sellers were Arm, holding up ;inesinearos. une saies were wj tU of which was for currenc v at IC'.c for low mlddllmr: Ki bales strict Kod ordinary to strict middling were taken at l.17c,In exchange. On SATrnBAY the market was stronger than on the day be tore, and sellers were firm, holding up well far ,lbe fullest flcure. The sales were COO bales, ever 10 of wHI"h was for corrency at lc fir low miduhug: 4M bales strict good ordinary to strict m.ddlicg were taken at i6 re, la exchange. On Monday (yesterday) tbere was some inquiry, but prices failed to mit the views of seekers, and only a few seat tertag lots were hold. A number of orders were limited at lic and Vgic for mlddlinc and sjriat good middUaand factors were Bet' willing to sell at these prices, generally mtking from If&ic to 17c currency for the grades name J. buyers claimed that the dif ference 1 between exchange and currency was oai Y,c and the ma-ket would notJusiMy the deoiands-or hoMerei so very little of the (aple enanged Hands. 1572. 1W3. Hecelpts . 1,21 Hhinmentfi M&ek P,5S1 17.CM7 11,W1 Total reeeipu to date. Total shipments to date.... IMPORTS. Menpfita and Charleston railroad &tisafelnpi and Tennessee railroad ' MsfBjWttand Iiulrvllterkillroad-i-I'adltaah'a'Bd MemphlsralMad- XtwjAM ana Little Kock railroad-... ic; 1(77 150 '7 U2 571 K 4ib4M per wagon and other sources 80 EXPORTS. Memphis and Charleston railroad 35 MlsslwlPpi a 'd Tennessee raliroad.. to 'JMQjm"4u and Louis vllle railroad-. 72 'SwKmgw north . 48 According to the JCew Orleans cotton ex oHange teigrams, fays the Picayune of Sun day, the ec-lpts at alt jiorts from twelve oViogk, Boon, yesterday to twelve o'cMck, noon, to-day, were bales, Realnst hl71 last , Friday, llfe lost year, and 93 tbe year be fore. The following h. - ; t MOVEMi... I AT PORTS ffee week endiuc at twelve o'clock, soon, t! rniinlr Tjast Ttita TAatr This v-Aalr 1M wegk. week. In 1ST: - In 1K71. New Cjjrleans. 2W ailt5 ITS . ,ih-j tialveststl SjW J,17 4,461 1112 7.687 2,4fB tin 1,167 21 1,168 41,612 Mebllgj. ijtit Sa VHrinah lZXO Ckarlestan. .. tsJB Wilmington. ti - Mo-folk". . 6etS Jittimore lag 5jew York mi ijm cm 017J,.19,6 4, IB l,IWi lfi 7JW 42 l,ls 711 4 427 1 5 th,ports- No report, M.Keeifs at ports slnee September Iteestpu same time lnt year...,. Reeeipta name time year before .J18,709 WL5dl BXP(TS FROM UNITHD STATES PORT3 POK TUB PAST W UBIC- , - Great Oon- Thtsveek i.niain. iineiu. J well, iaszvear. ' ?exr (means, none 471 471 vsxk bjm 242 671 i5jw9 1.47S K,1I 1-8.7K9 M,4i JP8 lOntlsbiy.o iT-ifBBlrbJatlL l)Ctrvr OHier parts 212 TotafT S.07S - Siaee-Bept. 1- 171 Last-year 44,619 Year befere.... . SIOCK AT DELIVERY PORTS THIS DAY AT.V ,iaiz. itwi. WW 22.9" rT,i wm , 62M6 SWH -4t,lfltt 10.4IX 11.1135 ' 1WW JI,M 111 20,211 UWil van Naw York Other ports, ..JV 16S,18J OT1IER MARKETS Llrwiool closed strong at 6d for middling ialaml' .nnl frVaMHi' 1 tor middling Orleans. jSkv3pairiL- V4 iihMa UHarmsron USX 5 jMaaWBSfoaiay nuiyu uats oi-wmcn twi tir APrVsu. Sales reportd for October hlp- nuaui.uplands, from t annah orCbarleston, . 9 niH bffeiw-lowjnifl.iitag M w an4 of October ' anu vniraiier toininentf. upianas not oeiov if AGI" ordinary ata a-wa ; LIVERPOOL WEEKLY STATEMENT. .-,,.. . 1073. 1S72. iWeeUfesates u- m 111.0 0 1'erexport . .itx) 19100 Far spietriatton 7,ooo lliw vtaT'flfek .6m 78100 OrwWAAmericanlg(MM MtvioO ActtMl wes exp'u., 8.060 1100 Week'seelpts GOJOO 41JMJ Of wlh American- 4,'jOi 5000 Itecssipts since Kept, 1-iW.uaj 174.000 or which American.. 65,000 26XM rMoakanoat. 216,000 MfUM Of which American- 26,000 lliOO 1871. 1W 000 15000 fWfW " K.H00 SjTOO iMirh 25 000 3,euo iMfliJO 1ST Oil UMc.for 'Mewfer mlMthig' AJabaioa, and ir.ic for mtddl'Ka- Orteans a fid Taw- an aavanec -.nrlfi (he wek of Ke. on an grades. Fu- r juHwer muk wmii ium ana nrm. WW amr niMllae: liMc. lor iHliKJlltw urtulStrMisAin op iwpaaBsHiinarMr inaya nyiiiuBiaiuinsiw JT 4Ilf ft iuecUrie tmiW!maymmR sioaaxk ntilIUBiaiLnninr October, &4oo Novemlr.-aa on December, aid i-ic.. kciou Jnuary ceuvenes. The closing rates to-day, compared with I a. 1 1-rmay, are snown in tne ioiio iug taoie To-day. Last Friday Otitober 17 11-JS 16 15-16rtl7 November ., " S 16 17 5-333-16 jjceiuuer - iM l. i io&y, Januarr 17 S-1W4 Kales tuls w-t- i Kti-m Sales last week .. 10 Jteles week liefare.-i . 78.000 $4ellnco 1st September. 361,630 . fcOUTHHRN MAKKETS. To-daV. List Friday. New Orleans..,. ,J1-18 Galveston .SOU Mobile M 17 Bavanah. M 1K ChnTleiston It 18K i. 15 i1 Si Wilmington Norfolk ltaltimoro. . Augusta Memphls .. M 18 ...LSI 1SJ LH 18 OEXEKAL SIAltltlTT. The vellow-fever Danic has reached the lianntsof trade at last. Ilouies open at eight nad close at four, ana even netween tnoso hours found yesterday but little to do. That was Jnmakad contrast, with the other tint qi, the -wek, when, "overything considered truIiest wa oubk. usiiecmiiy uu Hiuruay when for a 'ew hours union and Front streets looked as lively as in healtbr and good time. l'ncesoi nearly an me staples remain nomi nal. and we do not chance the Quotations. A small quantity of cialn arrived by the paeaei irom a do ye late in tne aiternoon. uorn was held on the landing at G8 to CSc , and In store In h small way at Tic. Oats offers at 50c. at the landing and to dealers. Ilran sells at SI7 to 17 50irom store, and hay retails at Jl 40 per cwu in a small way, anu cnoice lots are iietu at tst per ton Quotations are for round tots, unless olheru-ise empretted : and fur ed and produce, levee rates, rvr smaii puronases ana oraers, rates sire proporii onaieiff nipner. lb brands, lllOc; Iron ties, e3,99c; baling prices are nominal, but of prime to choice nviiKK-hiucii luiriiur iu jiiiuivci, nv thAra Is a flr snnnlv at .1Ui:t2i. iiekswax liuii anu nouunaiiy ier iu on arrival. IIbas Lleht receipts: nominally iib super tationievve. in store atsoo nernrrnureu. Hi-iT.nKws- MiTERiAis itosentiuie cement, sa M: ' rvi-Kville cement, per bbl. ti CO, i'laster, Jlicniitan, n; .sew iurs,si jiair. H S tier JO-lb bale. Fire-brick, tj&" Ter 100. I.lmi. bv 1'ie car-load. XI MUSI bH. ItAivx Vetk. We quote: Clear sides, 10i ie: nb slues, y'aiuc: iuouiaers. -w 4c; sugar-ciireu naiui, i-au ui, ira ornnus, nominal; ureaniHSL uacuu la. aOE ko Mason's laree 19 ier gross metllum. t?n small. SI. t ou LJHUt receipts, in store suciieu is neiu at 7:con,mercnanui oruers. Cok.n mka i-8arce and tirm at$3 26perbbl In store, and selling on levee at f3 15 per bbl, liiH&AQEH .Market uare. Oheesk Steady, with western 15,3lCc, and raisin 31a M per case in store. cansepuoods rricesare nrm, as ionows TWO-POUND CANS. PEIt DOZEN. Peaches, C0iGooseberrles.2 2M i200 22S llneapples ... 2 575 Pears 2G0I 2f0 Plums lllackberrlee. 2 25 Green peas.... 2 Cherries. 2 7, Raspberries 2 71 Cir'n gages ligg plums. . MiTasp'aeas. ;8 tOIOreen corn.... 2 25 S 00 Lemon sugar 3 27o Br,dych'ries 3 auT ay p cnes. a t 5 50 Cond. milk QU. I Cove oysters. 1 li :2 fi Sardines flrs IS 00 19 00 2 50 Sardinee.hfsSO 0MK3 00 Wbortleb ioma-.oes -j uu ( Dkucs Acids, acetic. ter lb.. I3c: tartaric. 65c; suIphurictSc; alcohol, 93 pe' cent.,fi 10 per g .lion; avaicenua, soc per iu.; ammonia, car bonate, 2sc: alum. 6c: blue mass SOc: bees wax, 30c; borax, HOc; blue vltrol, 15c; camphur, t.ie: caiomei. ii w: cotipTas. ac : cream tartar. oj&juc; c loroiovm, :i au; tpim sans, a;c I . . 1 .at) r .1 . I . . I .1 . ....... I . c . can . 21 kj: momnine. i : omum. ta i: on. cag. ,1.. . I. I .. n n . !. 1. 1 . . V. .. V. .1. I. per lb, 51 60 : red bark, J 1 75. tAian sates oi iresn aijjic, out oia stocc U nevleeted. Fbutt Apples, per bbl, sound, S3 00(45, the upper price for choice. Oranges, per bbl, 9 50 Lemons, dull, at S13 00 per box. Calliornla pears, per box. to 50. New raisins, per box Si 25. Turkish prunes, per lb. 16c Flouk Uuiet. We quote: Inferior. 51 50.3 5 00; super. Si J0g6 tOjextra, SB 2og7 2o; fam ily, outa aj. lancy, c-ti ujqv d. risii n e quote; so. l.per Dii,:iti: per nan ibl.SS3i: nerkll.151bs.il C5: No 2. per bbl. til: perhalf-bbI.S7: per kit. la lbs. II 45: No.3. iier bbl, 13; per half bbl, 6 25; per kit, 51 ia. White ttsb, No. 1, tier half bbl, $7 SO; kite, SI 50; lamlly, per hali-bbl, $5 50. Itoe.herrlnE. per half-bbl, $5 50. Miad, per kit, $2 25. Holland nmngs,. per seg, &u raruincs, per cose, qaarters, SlsglS; balves, 31&32. Dry col, per iu, itysc UROCEmn.- We onote: Sucar. crushed potruerea ana granuiatea, per 10, in oarreis, i24a)2)ic ; soft refined, yellow and white. In wares. Jlola-sxe?, rebolled, 63Gc in bbls. and 5I0c higher in rwlf bbls. and kegs; sugar bouse KVruns In bbls- inferior to choice, fllkft 75c. Salt, domestic, by tbe car-load, $2 30 per iu. Darrei. oonee, rtio, per to , interior to ciiol-e,2rt24ic; Java, choice, a235C Candles, fctar, per iu, lssuc. tiice. oc. otarcu, Dohc. S-oda,S8c. Soap, extra olive, 7c; German, 63 iie; inferior, 5c. Ulas Gx:fca7xH, 5o 75; 7xlOASxlO, S6 73;f!xll 11x16x24, tlO. To the trade a discount of 60 per cent. Hay No levee business reported. In store western is ?i zsmi oo per nunarea. as in quality. IIakiiwaeEjEtc Nails per keg, SI 00t 70, rates. Bar iron, per B.,4'4ll", rates. Boiler iiates, government stampeo, ec. t;narcoat sjiler. No. l.Mjc. Fire bed iron. No. 10 to li, ic: charcoal bed, S'-c. Sheet iron, No. 115 to 3. 71c: sheet iron. No. 22 to 21. TVc. charcoal. No. 26 to 27, 9) -c. Plow SlBbi, CJc ; steel slabs. srsyjo. now Hings, is. norse-suoe iron, w flu. Hollow-ware eestlncs. Siij'.c. Snrinir Meet, it w. l ast steel, Axes, tier cuzen. U-' ilG. Boiler rivets, per ltiiKe Hides. hTC Dull, rjltlppers offer as fol- 1 J uitini.ii. , .itv,' ilit . flint bides, 15c; dry salted, l:io; green salted. I ..... T .1 ...h. I 4A.,ct,.unnt. , - T . &c;creen,oe. Kkait e!r,per barrel, SO; per half-bar lei. Si 5L(6 0). i.Anti inactive, in tierces, Ka.'.,c; kctjs. fll licjpalls, lOAKAfc for rellned ; with cases, Ntts Peanuts scarce and firm at tsailc ner lb., the upper price for white. Uoeoanuts, er hundred,! 50. I'eeans lH&l5e. Almonds, soft shelled, 2i25e Filberts, 17.?lbc. Brazil nubs. l-'c. Walnuts, none. I IN aval Stores Oakum. American navy. o 50; beet do, 84 Iteain, per bbl, No.l. t; No. 2, it SD;vindneJn,f& Tar. pet bW.t;half imh, sn. il ten, r oat, to vu. l urpentine, one. uiijswuarooai per gallon, lagux:: iarti,7u '5e: West Vlhrlnla lubrloaUnt. "Globe.'' 50ta s5o; Fperm, inhieral, "its; linseed, raw, fl 0a: uoueu, ti cottoueeo, cruue, tuerizc. Oats Scarce, and 5tk.t32c is claimed in store on orders. Osioxs In store, St 50o 00 per bbl, on orders, wiih good supply. 1-otatoes sieaay. in store, w wgs ou per ui on urucrs. Podltby Other than chickens neclected. Kales of chickens at E3 U01 50 per dozen, as in size anu quality. Powdik Itlfle. S7 25 ner keir: shot S2 t& a w. 1'or.K On orders mess is 17 50 per bbl, in store. Paints Linseed oil fl W: boiled. SI 12: tur. pentine, 55c.; Japan dryer. Si 25; putty, bulk, 4'c; bladders. 5sjc;varoWi, roach SB 20, co nal. No. 1.S2 50: dre-tuoof nalnt. dirJS 0 ner S Venetian reu, ury, ionKson a, per iw, ow ochre, dry. pr 100, Si : 'white lead, 11 TAII)W Lower and nominally Gc per lb. block Un, 43c; copper bottoms, 45c; boiled lieetlron,26,27, 7rf7kc; charcoal sheet iron. iu, a, vtgvbc,; zinc, lac. Tbacco. Extra fine, Virginia, pound (Our Temple) 31; tine, WyOc; good, 6570c; meil lain, 5560e;rommon, 50o5c: new stock, 4"(ii) 6Si- liuarters Good bright, 5S4S6Q; medium, Sjjjt⁣ common new work, 43a50c Navy Guod brlgh 3s and o, 51a55c ; common bright 3s and 4s, 05!c. Black navy Good 3s, 4s and tH, 50 and 5c; navy, common 3s, 4s and 6s, 43g Me. Smoking Fine and fanoy, fc0S0c; me mnm,ODQ"0c; common, 4050c; bufTalo bull, ''ool Lower, with 12S0c a nominal range cf prices. W ood and Willow Wake. Buckets, cedar brass bound, 2 nnd 8 hoops, fyaiu. Tabs ir.in-bound, ISfllS; cedar, hrass-buund, t.Mt$ IU. Wtll-bucltels, hoopar, $5; wrougtiL-ear, tS 59; large swivel, S7. Washboards, wood, H2o; rluc, 82 50. Ax-handies, !1 ,5j2 SO. Measures, nests of S, plain, SI 25; lrou-bonnd, W; half-bushels, pr uozen. So: iron-bounl, S6; peck, 4. CIothe-plns, per box of 6 gross, $1 K. plnnlng-wbeels, per dozen, $32. Brooms, ling-neck, per dozen, S2 50; .Shaker, ti; steam tioatSi GO; hickory splint, St 50; hearth, 1 75 $2; wtllsky, SI TStJl. ilO.N'ETAKY AJ1) FINANCIAL. .NEW YORK. New Yoke, October 6. Jonri Com parative quiet reigns in Wall street and its aeighborhood A feeling ot confidence is dally gaining ground and tbe banks are ci nil ustlv returume to their foimer positions. "The members of the u,pended former tlims lire unanimous n their assertions that the crtdltora ate generally coincl ilng with their l)anIor the resumption of business, and that their huuss will toon be enabled to resume operations. Tbe general attention now seems tj be directed to dry goods and maoufacturlng Uutrkring from tbe stringency of the m ney I'market. Several m nnfactur n firms up town nteresisoi iimeiiy, wuicu are repurteo to De JomnloyinB Imndreds of workm n.bavo al rpsrtly closed their establishments, glv- ing a tieartii oi aiesa ineir reasons, nulla 1 16S ers sou umen an? uimj btuu w nave uecn com ' ttPClltd to dlschaive contracts which they had made. Money ruled a; 1-I6 early in the (ff4a.r but flnslly became easier, and settled 10371 dor., u7 percent. Ureenbacks still quoted jjr .i' ' . 1 pi r cent, premium, and all deal- i lifts to-diij' were at those qaota- 2K fK, . Uons. Foreign exchange stronger and 51 o bankers advanced rates to 107'j and under tho lnereased demand earl) in the day. The actual business was on a basis or luTV in tor sixty aas,nu iui;,oiu4 lor signt. Custom receipts, S ICS 0iJ. Gobi was weak in the morning, and declined from 110 to lW-ij;. but a'teward Improved, and closed at 110l4. Rates paid for carrying, 2, 3, J, s, 4 and 6 per cent., to flat f tna: rate 6 pr r cent, for carrying. Hear ings fcS 6,'K. The assistant treasurer dis burned shVM Governments closed fetiong. Stat' bonds quiet and firm. Railway and miscellaneous apeculauons are active again to-day, with some wide fluctuations and changed, covering a rango of from 1 to 4 per cenv,aua wuen ute marsH reaeticn nign s 4 prices showed an advance of Xto I per cent, over tbe highest of Saturday. Late in the day the gieatest buoyancy was in Western Uljlon, Lake Shore, Rock Island. Union Pacific and i-acwc slocks attracted more attention than the re- malnder of the list. Erle.N ewl orkt em ral and Wabash were featuresol the the weak ide of tne mariii-fc- in juuu iunrluw. fUi B vnrir (tontral has subsided. In reference tu the buoyancy of telegraph shares, report has It that sterling to a iaigi amount li tt n bor owed toluflueticeMi!k iu an uptvnri dl jectiou. ihe loan certitlcates of banks re duortl SG0O0 'o-day. ... i. ft.w-snn R0ntznr lilllR. !A7t I'nued mates Hands Closed ulrong. If. S, coupons oiiti. iuh v. o. " " 'STl- V r . ... . ..r .ami tally. nf 1KA7. 1 lS (U'Ni4, i-'jyis of 1861. my,: o- of 1867, iinf-4: 5-zos of 1868, 1IIX; news'!, 188; 10-49 s, 106; our eney6UL, . .,, ,...,., . Tennessee, old, 74?'4; new, ,i; lrginis, new, 40; old, North Carolina, old, 22; new, 16. 'Ilattrooxt Stocks and Jlonds. Canton, H; item. Union Phx eoiripanj. 735 ms express; cnpa 3TS'oii i: ran j'ipresi .comjxi enfeau Mere uhrio axpn paoy, 57K: LoitHd states ex prow eon fi; 1'aciOa mdu, '; isew tone ,.; Erlo. 444; Krle preferred, 76; yartern i j ; iiaitem prersmtl. im n - nanem preirru, i t4, J9; Pittiburs, Ko;t. (u utau Chl- t2 1 Northwtslem, BH: Northwest preferred, 70K: lit ck Ttsland, DGJj: Jersey Central. Do: SU Paul. 3I:: pre New ferred, jH : waoasn, ; preierrea, rot Wayne, 87; Terre Haute, . preferred, ; Chlcaeoand Allon, : pre ferred, ;Ohloana ilississippi, ; cincin nntl, tVilumbus and Cleveland. ; Bur . . A ,..n nnix. ff?nAn da(H. tnl llllgUJll HUU Ulil; , 'J . 1. ... i. & ,v.uu, m, Central Pacific bnds, 9JJ; Union Pacific txind-, a4; iieiawaro ana uacaawana, tr-74 uurungionaiiaruoru ana irie -4. .LONDON. Loir don, October 6, 5 p.m. The rate of discount lr openiuaiket fur three months' bills was U-llT-wer cent., or 5-16 below the bunk 01 isngianu rate. Amount or uuuion witn. drawn Irom tho bank, 130,000. Consols money VtK: account. VJMSLV2K. United States con- iwns-S-'.U's, WJC; do., 07, Si; 10-40, 91?,; new a s, is; cne, 4Z)i. V ILVNKFORT. FnAkrosT, October 6. United States 5-20's, 01, V.Xr PARIS. Pakib, October C Rentes, 53f. 55c. KEW ORLEANS. Naw Orleans. October 6. SUht ex. change, lc discount. Sterling exchange, nominal. lOlTOX MARKETS OF HIE WORLD. NEW YORK. New York, October 0. 3J3 p.in. Cotton nrm. Pales exporter, vjss uaies; spinners, 505. Middlings, lSfoe. Futures strong Sales 72U0 bales: January. 17V17316c: February, 17 11-166U7 l-lc: ilarcli, 17 15-1 (kit IS l-16c : October, 1 11-16&17 13-lCc ; No ember. 1 n.m cotton sieaur. aies exporter, 90j bales; spinners, 155; ordinary, 14c; good ordinary, lejc; low middling, lTJfcc; mid dling. luKc: Alabsma. 18K0: Orleans and Texas, 19kc. Futures a shade better. Sales SIM bates. Januaty.l7Kc: October, lTJiQITj.c November. 177-lOc; December, 17JJ317 7-16c lJSi turn. Cotton report far three days Irom an unitea isiaies ioris: iteceipts, i3,cui U4ies exports to Great Rrltaln,787G bales; continent ji oaies; stock, i-'ra oaies. LIVERPOOU Liverpool. October C. 5 u.tn. Cotton huoyanr. Sales, American, 10,700 bales. Up ianas, ussjjd; oncans, 1 130 p.m Cotton buoyant; sales, 25,001 bales exporters and shippers, 6000 bales. SEW ORLEANS. New Orleans. October C, 11:30 a.m.-Cotton firm and in good demand: sales, 500 bales middlings at 18lSc ' O n -s PnltAM Hurt a n1 iwuvl rfcrrt a nil tin Ilia laio bales; middling, lSglSXc; receipts 1U22 oaiee. CINCINNATL CiKOijnrATi. October 6. Cotton Arm at 174C for middling. ST. LOUIS. Sr. Louis, October . Cotton dull and nominal. Middlings held atl7Q17;c; buyers at idsc. NASHVILLE. Nasuviuje. October 6. Cotton active and higher; lf4I6c. NHW YORK. EXew York, October 6 Cotton In better re quest; miaaiing upianas, ivc. DRY GOODS 5I1RKET. New York. October 6. Bnslnes continues quiet with manufacturers' agent", but the Job bing trade is sausiactoniy ana steadily im proving, ana western Duyers are operating more freely In asorted goods. The market fur cotton goods Is steady and prices are un changed. Cotton flannels sold up. Prints are In better request. Worsted dress fabrics are quiet in first hands, but active with jobbers. Colored wool flannel", blankets and linseys are in gooa aeinana. PRODUCE MARKETS. NEW YORK. New Yokk. October 6. Flour Is in limited demand and in buyers' favor; extra Ohio, Su 55 ms. wiiisKy Deiier at si uz. vneai ciosea irregular: No.3 inline:. SI S5ftl S3. Kve. bar ley and mall ancnai.c d. Corn is active and higher; strict western, mixed, 6LVa&5VJc Oats are scarce ana nrmer: 01a western, mixeu. in store,56o. Provisions PorklS dull; ne mess, 17 12k. Beef aud cut meats unchanged; middles firm: lone clear. 9c Lard lower: old steam , 0 a-ioes?&c. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, October 6. Flour Is steady at 6 85g7. Wheat is scarce and firm at SI 40. (rn Is steady at ate. lire is steady at 82&SSc. Oats are steady at 38a 10c Bailey is flrmatS13j150. Provisions are lmprovea ana in aemanu. 3 less poricsteaav : sates at it ,0310. iara is nrmer; steam, sc. Ru!k meats are quiet, with small on ers filled at quotations: buyers of laree lots demand concessions Bacon Is steady and In fair de mand nt iswsftJyiSfwssjic. wniscy is m gooa aemanu at vuc, currency. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis. October 6. Flour ouiet and nn. changed. Wheat demand light, and sale Bulk meats dull and nominal. Bacon ouiet at 8JiS3ig9&J4fi9)4o for jobbing, and order lot". Whisky higher, at 5, currency. CHICAGO. Chicago. October 6. Flour is in cood de mand for shlppinz erode.-, which are scarce: good to choice spring extra. So 50Q6 0). W heat Id F,Arl , II. K.' n O CI AC I f Corn is steady: No. 2. 5!k'c. Oats are active: .no. i-, a-.4:nc. itye mo. a, tije. provisions unlet but held firm, and at eenerally blelier prices. Pork sold at S15. Ldrd is steady at . Vt.:,c. coming uoiug in uuik meats ana Uicou. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. October B. I!a22lutr is steady. bulls In light demand; heavy brands. 13J 1 lour is quiet ; extra lamiiy, su. neat holders asking hleher prices: iI23rt 50. Corn is firm nt OSOTiC. sliHlled nnd sackisl. Oatsarc firmer nt4.5i.Ll7c. Rye is quiet nt 72Q 7c. Provisions are quiet. Pork, SIC. Bacon, S'sifeSXe, packed. Bulk meats. SSkg ;-j4c, iooe. ijara, in tierces, e':jjs;ic. wnisKy Is quiet at 90c, currency. NASHVILLE. Nashville. October C Flour Is In eood de mand at S3 75-118 0. Wheat is steady nt SI M sl55. Com is nominal. Oats none in the market. Provisions arc Inactive, on account 'l me sirmgency in too mony marKet. uut ire belli tlrrn. Ijin!. V.e. ltspnn qt.Arln.7i: lOJic PeannU,Cc. Whl ay, SI 02. ' " itIVER INTELLIGENCE. Bonis I.envlns To-Day, White river. Nashville -5 pjn 5 p.m ,5 p.m. Napoleon GEd. W. Cheek..... Osceola West Wijcd . Helena Pat Cleburne- . Vicksburg - Gkasd Toweb ,jj p.m; 10a.m Arrlvetl. Pat Cleburne - .. ..--..Helena ,-SU Louis Belle Memphis Departed FhllAllin .Friars Point .SU Louis Belle Memphis In Port. West Wind. Nashville. G. W. Cheek. Pat Cleburne The Weather nnd Rivers. The river here Is stationary, and stands by the gauge two feet nine inches above low water mark. A rise of rive Inches is reported at St. Louis, and two inrhes at Davenport. Four aud one-half feet in the channel irom St. Louis to Keokuk. Twenty-eight inches re- portea in tne iiubois, ana tnree leet tnree inches in the Missouri. Thee are Ave and one-half feet from St, Louis to Cairo. A slight rise is reported in the Ohio atPillsbnrg and Cincinnati. The lower Ohio has twenty -two Inches from Evansvllle south?' Red river is on the decline, with twenty-six inches on Coashatta bar. Weather clear aud windy. STAGE OF RIVERS. Dally report of the staee of water, with chances in the twenty-fojr hours, ending at at three o'clock Monday evening, October ,1878: Above low water. Changes. (Rise. Fail 'FMIiilFfln feet 1 Inches it. Fuul. 01 2 Fort Benton. 0 5 8 2 ICi Omaha... Davenport Leavenworth . Keokuk alro ..... 10 O 3 10 8 9 8 11 0 4 9 St. Louis . Pittsburg Cincinnati Louisville- M em Dills. Vlcksborn Sbreveport . Nashville .. .. New Orleans Yankton. Below high water mark of 1871. Offlcial.) S. W. RHODE, Observer Signal Service, U.S.A. METEOROLOGICAL RECORD. SIGNAL SERVICE UNITED STATES ABMT, 1 Memphis, Tknn., ctober 6, 1S73. j cago, mi 6:i lljOS s.43 A. Jt . A. it. Barometer 30.162 30.197 S0.130 Change since last re- tort xl99 XJ0S5 .032 Thermometer 46 611 56' Change iu twenty four hours 17 25' 25 Wind N. N. N. Weather Clou'y. Fair. Clear. Rainfall - 01 0 0 S. W. RHODE, Observer, Signal Bcrvlce. United States Army. 3Ioveiiients or Boots. Ruslness'on the landing esterdav via llsbt. with onlv two arrivals. Tbo Belle Memphis tromSL Ixul", eame in during tbo afternoon with three hundred tons freight. Tbe prin cipal items of her cargo were 1500 dry barrels. ItlU SHCb Ul KTH111, CW 111113 OI UagglUg, 7U bale. of hay and 102 casks of bacon. Mh r. turned at a late hour last night with a pas senger trlii, ThoCi'y or Vicksbu.-g, for below, failed to leave until yesterday morning. The Pat Cleburne, from the lower coast, brought In forty -five bales cotton. 1223 sicks of cotton seed. The Phil Allln, for Friars 'oint. went out last night with n fine trip of freight and reople. Baals to Lve. The Nashville, in command of A.J. Ross. enarts at five o'clock from 1 ho foot of Jeffer. son st-eet for Duvall's Bluff. Jacksonport and nil points on White river. Messrs. W.T. But ler and J. Chamberlain are secretarels. The G. W. Cheek. Captain Ueoree Malone. c leaves this afteixoon at live o'clock tor Napoleon and all the usual coast landings. Mr. Charles Smith is prime-minister. xne west wina leaves io-iay at nve o ciock or Osceola and all way landings. Captain . '. ration commanus, ana u. iv. jopnn is lerk. Will also- receive freight for Unties Point. The Pal Cleburne, in command of Contain Wm. Ashford, departs at sharp five o'clock this evening for Helena nnd all way landings. Me rs.D.1. Davis and Will Booker are sec taries. Hows Drift. The St. Liuls 2'i'mej of Saturday savs: " Ma jor Hoffman, of the government engineer raiis. uuiuiL'UKU , l i t , v. Miunuinir h a. nim. which is now being u-ed on the raiilds nt 1 1 wavenpo"' uimivi? mo unune ine timhihj ope I rnrrm clnsists of six flatboats. nimolicl in ,4 a largfr boat in the center, which ate S '-ilfwcd" 'to the - 'place where - soundings hi are r loined Muntber hr-a brldne. to wnicu are attacheit : j Jti. tvi.ii. --. t, ie.1 Vim, wi. ini.i.iui lUUgf IUIU JflUCW e ght feet apart. The soundings are mtd ly n lies, which are driven down by steam. Im- iiiullate'.y upon striking the hottom.the poles soring np again, nd indicate by figures the dtpth of the water. Tiieto figures are taken d iwn by a man in the office on the center baL Ily tills method sixty soundings can To t iken in a moment, nnd all more accurate t tan by the old methods. This sounding ma chine will bo used entirely ujion tho upper rapids this season, and may hereafter e line. into general U"allovertbecountry .. T ie weeking-boat T. F. Eckert has laid, up a Cairo.. ihe John V. Tolle and Henry Am. arc among the first boats due from St, L mis... Tho Utah will commence load 1 ig at Mt. Louis for the Arkansas river this wiek The Robert Lee It ft Vlckibnrg last SiturdayforNew Orleans with five hundred bales of the ftaple...-....Th Robert Lee's charges for freight on her last trip to N wjOr leins were over nine thousand dollars; of which sho collected two hundred and twenty dollars Tho Pargoud carried into New Orleans nn her last trip two thousaud bales of cotton ana six luousnimsacits 01 couon-seeu. Jnmcs Calvin, chief enslneer, died on Jhe Ross Hlto on Saturday nlxht, at Rockport, 1 iintnln JitmM M. ltoso.of tho itma lioat. died ntMhrnrnixttAwli nn Wednesday. The remains tof Captain Rose will be sent to Ills homd nt vanneiton. uaputin itoe leaves a who uuu cigut cniiaren. r.ngineert;utvin was a urvwi- er-ln-law or captain A. linnkwaier. ine pis. ease was congestive lever. HOOPING. rnHOSE in need of good and snbstantlal X roots will consult their Interests by ex amining our PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING before making contracts. Considering Its cheapness, durability, and Its lmpervlonsness to water aud fire, It is equal, if not superior, to any rooting in use. IU ease of application and nerfect adantatlon to roofs of any shape either right angles, horizontals or perpendicu lar must commena it to uie iavorauie con sideration of the public. Valleys of 'any snape made wimont tne usooi nieiaisoi any tana. AiAti-JToprosive. No chemical nreDaratlon has yet beendh mveral wlrich so ellectuallv and securely protects metal roofs from the action of the uimospnere, anu nence irom rust, corrusion ana uecay, as nni il oujiir We refex to CoL L. J. DuPre (Editor Appeal), Chas. Kortrecht-iixi.. Col. 1. C. Bethell.II. ti. Dent, Esq, R. B. "Woddell, Esq., and others WHO nave useu it, to its inent" as a luuuag. For refiiretjces 10 leading citizens of other clUes,and examination ot samples of roofing, piea&Q can at uur uuie, . 113 1-2 ISeale rltreeL y!8 CTAVIS & WALKER. COTTOH GIN. GULliETT'S IMPROVED LIGHT DRAFT MAGMOLIA GIN. m JL HIS OlJf Is an IMPrtOVEMENT npon the STEEL B.iUSH," by the substitution of a Steel Comb or "Beater for the additional brushes of the "Steel Brush," thus greatly lessening the draft and increasing the speed of the machine. The Steel Beater is worthy of high conside- rati n, as the fibre, instead of being thrown at once, as by ordinary gins, wiih considera ble dirt and debris Into the Hot-room, Ir held by It, being cleansed 'by repeated Instead of as in ordinary gins, a single action of the bristles. We guarantee the quality and yield equal to that of any other gin. Call to examine samples and obtain circu lars at our store, No. 37 Union street. au23 1VI. K. TEKRY C4, TO PLANTERS. HE CHAMPION GIN" And Cotton Hxxller For Ginning Cotton, with or without previ ous picking from the boll. First Premium (Blue Rlblran Diploma) awarded to it at the Louisiana State Fair, prl,1870. I have taken the General .Agency for the salo of the above Gin, and leave one on exhi bition at my office, ZSTo. HQ TJaion JSt. Where my friends and Ihe public are Invite to call and examine into Its merits as a GREAT LABOR SAVER. Respectfully yours, W. I!. QALBBEATH. N.R. Tills ;Gln Is particularly adapted to UorsePower. aula. EDUCATIONAL. NORWICH UNIVERSITY. A MILITARY COLLEGE, established in 18.14. lias a tirenaratort denartment. thorough Classical. Scientific and Military in struction, including Modern Languages and civil engineering. 000a aiscipiine. x.oca- tlon very healthy. Terms, (350 a year. Year 1873-71 begins August 2Sth. Send for n circu lar. Address Pbof. CHARLES DOLE, BU20 Nnrthfleld. Vt. ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, Ko. 31C I'oplar Street, Memphis. A BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladles, coder the charge of the Sisters or St. MAity. The first term will begin on Wednesday, Octobek Li 1 . For circulars or other informa tion, apply (after September 1st) to the Sister Superior St. Mary's -'chool, or to Rev. Geo. C Harris. Reference? Rt. Rev. Bishop uulntard, Rev.Dr. White. Rov. Dr. Wheat. Rev. Mr Car- mlcbael, Rev. Mr. Ruth, Rev. Mr. Harris. Pntnpsco Female lusHlnte, Near Haiti more, Jin. rpHIS Institute has been In operation thirty J. six years, and enjoys a national reputation, With the number of nucils limited to ninety. It has representatives from two-thirds 01 the States, principally South and Southwest. Its location Is pre-eminently healthful, Is cen tral, and easily reached by railroad from Bal timore and Washington City. For circulars, address Mrs. R. H. ARCHER, au7 F.I II cot t Ci t v P. O- Md . SOBTIIKRH U00PSKIRT ana CORSET MANUFACTORY, EKTo. 4368 3VE.ii3L Stro Ot WIIOLrSALE AND It ITT A I L. riASn ION A B L E f JolnUess cklrts. Best Folding Bustle", Veritable French Corsets Stocking Supporters, Dress Shields, Pads and Corset Clasps. Goods Warranted. LOUIS LANGE. CHURCH SEMINARY MMOSIC BOOKS A Specialty. Pianos & Organs On Monthly Payments Any piece of Music orjluslc Uooksurc to be found at this louse. ' - 'tepll W V XJT . st. i.ocis), no. ISSOGI&TION Have established their Office at TTo. ZL2 TTV.oect Court J3t., where all applications for NURSES will be supplied at any hour. Day or Night. 1 Byorderof EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. J, C, JOHNSON & C TTON ;diemphis,tenn ROOFOiG. BOYM OIZj "WORKS. OIL "WORKS. BAKEB & BARTON Oil, Oil Cauo and Cotton Seed Heal which they offer af the lowest market price?, They make COTTON BEKD MEAL a spe cialty, anu oner nuerai luaucemenm vj ciiu' Rnmm&nil tha trade. They pay the highest market price In cosh for Cotton Seed, lurnlsh sacks, and. twlno on application to responsible parties for the shipment of teed to them, make prompt ro urns'and plcdgotbelr best efforts to merit a 11 are puuno patronage. TtrricR to TTnlnn and Planters Bank Messrs. Tho II.- Allen Co.;, D,- II. Towns- onii: Messrs. 10 nnui k i"".- wo.s OLUJiDEST SCHEME EYER KN WH. Fourtli Grand Gift Concert FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC LIBRiRY OF KENTUCKY 12,000 CASH GIFTS $1,800,000 Every Fifth Ticket Draws a Gift. $250,000 for 350. pHE Fourth Grand Gift Concert authorized X by epec'al act of the Legislature for tho ncnent 01 uie ruonc iiurary 01 ruuiiicuj. will take placo in Public Library Hall, at ljouuvjne, Kentucky, Wednesday, December 3, 1873. Only Sixty Thousand Tickets will be sold and one-half or theso are intended for the European market, thus leaving only 30,000 for t . i . . r ... , .1 .l.a Iftlllllwnrn SitlO Jll lliv UUimi Diuiw, n "I' " " -w disposed of for tha Third Concert. The tick ets are uiviueti jnio imi cuuixius ui pai anu have on tlielr'hacjc the scheme with a full ex nlanAfirm nf thn mrwln of drawing: At tins Concert, which will bo the grandest musical display ever witnessed In this coun try, tne unpreceuenieu sum oi Sl,500,000, divided Into 12.000 cash gifts, will bedistrib uted by lot anions the ticket-holders. The numbers or the'tlcktts to be drawn from on. wheel by blind children -and the gifts from ituouier. LIST OF GIFTS. One Grand Cash Gift . 5250,000 One Grand Cash Gift, One Grand CashGlft.. One Grand Cash Gift . One Grand Cash Gift 10 Cash Gifts of 510.000 each, 30 Cash Gifts OI bW socasnuiitsoi H) Cash Gifts of lOOCashGllUof 150 Caslt Gilts of i50 Cash Glib, of 325 Cash Gilts of 11,000 Cash Gifts of L000 400 soo 200 100 so Tntnl 17 nm Olfln. nit Casb.amonntlng to . 81,50000 The distribution will be positive whether all the tickets are sold or not, and the 12,000 gifts all paid In proportion totiieucKeis som all unsold t'ckels being destroyed as at the Firs' and Second Concerts, andnotrepresented in the drawing. PRICE OP TICKETS. Whole tickets, J50; Halves, S3; Tenths, or each coupon, S5; 1L whole tickets for t500:22i tickets for I1,UW, li3 whole tickets for iifm; 227 whole tickets, lor gio,ouu. -ao uisconnt on less than t"C0 worth of tickets at a time. The unparalleled successor the Third Gift Concert, as well as the satisfaction given Dy thn Plrst and Second, makes ltonlv necessary to announce the Fourth to insure the prompt saleot everyllcket- rne rourtnuuiuoncen will he conducted in all Its details like the Third, and full particulars mar be learned Irom circular-, wntcn win oe pent xree irom this office to all who apply fi'r them. Tickets now ready for sale, and all orders accompanied by tno .money promptly nneo Liberal terms given to those who buy to sell nraln. I'HO . E. ItR AJILLTT. Agent x unilG-Miurarj ui atuiuuij uuu .uiuio- ger Gift concert, puonc uorary xiai'ing Louisville, Kyi Pnll NICHOLAS ELLES, CANAL. MILLS, Canal street, bet. Eighth nndHinth, EVASSVILLI?, i : : : : : INDIANA si A a r r actum R or FAMILY AMD PASTRY FLOURS. ALL FLOUR -WARRANTED. TEXAS LANDS. Lands In Jackson. Liberty. Hardin and nnd urange counties, Texas, improved ttnlmnmved. nralrie and timber. adnDtd to sugar, cotton, corn, potatoes, stock-ranches, etc., wneie tne winters are miiu anu summers delightful, a fresli sea-breeze daily, and with in a few hours travel of three cities, for lease for five years for the taxes, or will sell at from two to ten dollars an acre, as I wish to start a new branch of Industry. I am sick of receiv ing and answering" futile letters. 1 mean unsiness: miesauoi recom. S. 8. KEMUKKT, Caro 16S Front street, Memphis Feptember. 1S73. LAND, STEAM. MILL, BIN, ETC. For sale, nt Dosltivelv less than half their value, cotton lands, timber lands; stock farms, containing from 100 to 500 acres, with peren nial snrlngs mid artificial fish nonds. well stocked; also a very valuable water-power; a steam mm oi loriy-norse power, saw and grist. In running order; a sixty-saw gin, gearing and press, in good condition, neai the new Paducah railroad, ten ortwelve miles north of Memphis. Titles good, or the count? records will tell who Ues. Refers to L. J DnPre, of the Appeal; M. D. L.Stewart,of th Chancery Court; or to B. a. i ..tLjiij tan. Remberton, 12 miles north of Memphis September 1, 1873." J. W. CLAFP. J.P.MEUX. CLAPP & MEUX. ATTOENEYSATiAW, 15 Union Street, Memphis. Btr J. W. CLAPP will contlnuA to practice In DeSoto and Panola Counties, Mississippi. LEOPOLD SIEBECK, Profestor of Music In all lis Branches, Is prepared to Instruct pupils in Yocal or Instrumental Music, T AtHOLLENBERGS MU8IO STORE, 271 Sec ond street, or at tbe residence of atiDllcants. To such as desire it, ho is also prepared to give lessons in tne Aitr vtr cujiruiriu;. Applications 'will be received at Hollen berg's, as above, and be promptly attended to. E. O. &TJG?f Al&D fc0 proprietors :b.lg-Xj:e: bteam FLOUR MILLS. Cor. Main & Bates Sts., ST. I0UIS. E. O. STANARD. JOHN W. KAUFMAN ELEVATORS Hydraulic, Steam Power, Ilaud Power Platform, IIolstlngVH'lieels, MANUFACTURED BY JAKES Ii. HAVEN & CO., SG Pinm htrcset, Cincinnati. w"e cannot give details in an advertise ment. All we askJs a comparison of our ma- cbineswith others. sepl tujint, sir' t i-i i r raizjr, stsenrsi zresh C3dicJUn.ca4 mer CHwi Calrr. Perflcttf 'Pxr ,nJ CtU&Ui. tat ctrayreajf Xt imudUt4 um. Th, CHEAT rirfaHsj rycttr :l rrOELDl .al 11 T7ZL SESF 0.1 SX3 C SZA, 1 1 tUmntf, for ftari. Ill, vrch i tli. uvi of JTeuultepcrt, insert, Jfartnrr Smigrata, 40. -ud. Mjr li Euktn, tiff Clip, 1 Catty." i SOLE ST CBOCEHS PULEE3 EVEHTWIIZIIE. Jlaaafactarcd by DOO LET & BEOTnER, . M NEW STREET. NEW-YORK Book Agents Wanted for the UNDKVEI.OPED WEST.or Five Team In Ibe Territories'. By J. II. BEADLE, Western Correspondent of .Cincin nati Commercial. The only completeihlstory oi ipat vast region tie twee n mo Aiississippi and the Pacific: Its Resources, Climate, In habitants, Natural CuTlositlesvEtc., with Ufa and adventure on Prairies, Mountains, and the Pacific Coast. The book isillustrated with over 250 fine engravings. Send for circulars, with terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO., Memphis, Tenn. Je27 dw 1 AT.OED QUACKS. A victim of early indiscretion, canting ner vous debility, .premature, decay, etc.Jhavlng nil if al . Morn 25iX 17 , 100,000 1FO ctr 60,000 40,000 40,000 45000 0,000 3200 K'MWO l -llscoveredaslmplenKansofself-cure,hlch - Ite.wlll cond free to.ltlsifellow-sutferers. Ad- ineu lngvtuu t; v t-1 v.-im v ii nci .remeuy, nas dress J. U. HlSKVt-a(73rassu stHev-' - ' c su APreiisos. Wholesale and Retail JBOOm AMD SHOES, For Ocnts', Bojb', Tonths', SGO 1-S Min St., op p. J AH. G. BARHOUR. BARBOUR & SIMPS OM, ' rjIPOKTF.RS AND IJILILERS IK CUTLERY, GUNS, BUIIDINfi MATERIALS, Agr-ienliiiral ImplemeiitSa Btc. SSI CLAY BUILDING, : : HAVING removed our stock of Hardware and Cutlery to the large and commodious store Ha. 1M1 ainiu Mrcet, (.lay Building, we have in store and are receiving a ranch larger and much more complete assortment of goods in our Une than heretofore, which we oner to jiercnants ana oiners visiting jiempiiis at r.xirerueiy stovr jt jenrc.. A careful inspection of our SAMPLES and FKICbd Is respectfully sollaited. BiRBOlin V SI3IPSOX. NO. 254 SECOND STREET, IRVme BLOCK, THE .ORIGINAL "STAUFFER" WESTMORELAND (Introduced by us In 1S59.) ROBERTSON COUNTY, And a variety of grades of RECTIFIED AND REDISTILLED AND BUSINESS Will Lo paid to any iierson "vflio can EUIIGLAR PROOF SAFES or BURGLAR PROOF SAFES lias oyer been Broken Open or Robbed by Bnrglars, np to the present time. HILL'S SAFI & CISCUfJfATI, September 5. 1873. SLEDGE, M Cotton Factoi WHOLES AND COMMISSION" MEECHAOTS, H"os. 371 and STS MATW MT., MESOPMIS, Offer to the trade of aiempiila and Merchants of the Country A LARGE AN! SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, AT PRICES AS LOW AS ANY HOUSE IN THE TRADE, consisting in part of Flour of all Grades and Brands. Sugars Louisiana, Demarara and all grades of WnKe Sugar, molasses and Syrups, all grades and prices. Saclt and barrel Salt. Tobacco all grades j superior assortment. Bulk Pork, S. C. Hams and cask Bacon. Cofiee and Teas all grades. Bagging, Ties and Ralls. Lard Tierces, Half Barrels, Kegs, Buckets' and Tin-pails. TTblsky all grades; none superior in market. Oysters, Canned Fruits, Raising and Cueegc. Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. And all other Roods If ept in a first-class Grocery House. INDUSTRIAL Opens October 1st, j9l C3-EtL3S"X O3L7l.0ELE3,3?:tIO35a, Producing Music ctjual to a Brass Band of" Thirty Performers, and playing One Hundred different pieces, will be one of the most attractive and wonderful features of the Exposition. fl'E EXTES"SI V E IBBITIOl.S To the Building have been completed, embracing a FLORAL HALL WITH CLASS ROOFr Especially arranged for a Grand Display of Plowers'and Plants of every clime, and a For tho more complete display of every kind of uuiiiii5ui mi m&cnineryou exnioiuon. The Transportation Committee have made , coming to Aiempnis ior HALF FARE RATES TO AM. VISITORS Jo the KxrtTonaud the va'riotis'packeTcoropanieabave also slmifiedTSelrlntenUon1 to gtauv-ncuuceu uittaoi jiare . Sio 'TnO iJiXpCSltlOlU jnllB DO .UpeiT , -i.- .AJtiA-iV.-y.TO ,A IMI ITTAX tllL. : 1 . A. F- KEXXEDAY. Dealers la all kinds of Ladles', Mlss&fand GbOdren. Conrt Square, M!citip1ii J AS. G. SXMFSO : : MEMPHIS, TEWW FOR & CO. BUKT0N-0N-TKENT. FIRST SHIPMENT or Al CELEBRATED In Kilderkins of 22 Gallons, will arrive, per steamer . i ROM LIVERPOOL 1ST 20 JA"S. WE ARE TfOW RFCEIVIXO ORDERS. dEN GENERALLY. proTO that one of onr FIRE AND LOOK COMPANY. eKAY & OO. 'S, ALE IALE GROCERS. EX Closes October Slst. Machinery; arrangements being' made for the arrangements with the various Railroad Lines ior wej&xposiuoa visitors - . " IS. J)ailylr0m 10ainint0-lll0 -ipiill - at .s .... .,"5. ?H .TW IIVT ViHVK. CENTS. MEDICAL. TO.PSSVENT GEAY HAIB, STAJTDrf onfOTAled-haTtruf piorrd lUTtrttut Mitzteendtlfimtit Exposition and Fain. Us clir u crytal leaves no sulphur or other bki mclr on tbe Jialr, feat fine pcTnmt. Hevrr etenxe tha bur to rldlcaloas tea or pink, only natural IigM brown or black U tbe retail In a trw appGcatloiuL StalsiiDetUier hands, acalp or dotb intt. Ceres dandraff. stops tbo balr from fill. or out, and cons any bt&dacne wtthm ten mlnntes. J. i'. Fnazl. Mamibctnrer ana Fmiprictor, New Y'iric Qiry and Hacramento. Cat. Ante toot drag gbu and elre It a lair trail. C. C. "WARD & BBO. DBUOOIST3. Agents. AND BLOOD RENEWER A combination nneqnaled In the world for tbe diseases o commonto this changeable and debilitating climate. Iron Is the life of human blood.5 It is Fhosphorns that gives vitality lotk& brain and power to the nerves. Von -will observe that the combination of these two great elements constitutes tbe cen tral Idea In this wonderful remedy. The vegetable agents are simply adjuncts In ro storing healthy secretion, and assisting to diffuse and appropriate the potent elements above mentioned. It never falls to give strength and vigor to the debilitated. for sale by all druggists. CLOUD, AKIN & CO., Wholesale Agents, sea) ISvniiTville Tndlana. SPECTACLES. Improve Your Sight THE CRESCEKT SPECTACLES. VTOW offered iMBjtMtd to the Pnblle, W are snDerior 'pzrst3 to all ordlnarv ipeetaoles. KMkv.Si They are ronnd with Ud a! ereat care. and are free from IH. 1 all Imperfect Ion andlmpnr- lBE'JI Ules.i'or clear ness and dls- isSSSBSis! tine tn ess of vi sion they are cm-fiyo Jlforfc. rivaled. None asing8pccuciessnonits oe wiinoni mem. xney are mounted In Steel, Shell, Rubber and Gold frames, ana are manmsciurea expressly ior inn soia in faempms omy, Dy . 30. BAHBI UM s OO. (ISWmUBS ATfD OPTICIASH. ssr Xone eennlne without the trade ODKrnrv pair mark HOSPITAL. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSAKE. AM prepared to take charge of a few Insane Persons. Such accommodations as may be desired can be secured. On a long and large experience In thetreatment of this class of cases, with a reference to the profession and community who know me. I must depend for puouc commence. Auaress, UK. J. IU Alil.f.., an J t "Vest Court street. SAH-M A KEE. CASSIDY & MULES, SAIL MASSES AND COTTON BUCK AGENTS, JTEW OKIiEAKS, . iOUISIAKA, MANOTACTDRERa OF ALL B1ZKH All' q.uaUUesof Tents, TsrpanliiiB, Wagon-CkiTerg, Every description of A wrrmas, "Window and DooBSaADEa: also, Flags or au. Nations Bostlhos, all colors, etc. "Wholesale Jealerr in jusiia Aau iinKi.il Kor, mi sizeH from the Plymouth COrdaze Comcanr. Ply- month. Mass. We keen on hand, readv for smpmeni, a .large-stock. oi autneaDove aru elea. CASSIUY & MILLER; 107 fmrssAa Bthket, near Lamp, ap3 Now Orleans, lmlxiftn. OIIJ5. ESTABLISHED 1846. O. F. PIIESCOXT. J.P.PBESCOTT, I 30BSKB3XD DZALKES IS- GOAL OIL, LARD OIL, - HEAD-XIG1XT OIL, MIK"EBAX SPERM OIL, AND aa:.osa:2srE3 oils, Coal-Oil Lam DS.Bumers Chimneys. Wicks. Chandeliers, Brackets, Lantern's, and Lamp Stock: or every Kinn. Aianniaciurers oi uer- man, nostn. anu 1 aim aoaps; j. in ware anu fressea- are, So. 33 Union Street, MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. (rSTABLISlfED 1S33.1 GRAIHGBR & CO. PHOENIX FOUNDRY, Steam Engines, Boilers nnd Machinery for Grist Hill., Saw Mil Is, Distilleries, etc- Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Iron Pipes, Gudg eons, lianas, water wueeis, lODacco. Screws, Copper Work, Bra's Work, Steam Gauges, Whistles, etc REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Tenth St., bet. Main and River, LOUISVILLE, : : . : EEXTC KF. MEMPHIS WHOLESALE CHA&HEBZ0&& BROTHER WHOLESALE DEAEEBS IN HPapers, Hour Sacks, Twfiib dR:the.aPProachln3 Cotton Bean3f japerjGoods, generally atEastern1 si ran rpm , tltlASin'.HZOO .tJimtl.Va dim am Hiffi Cor. JcflronM..Heiitccld MEDICAL. DR. D.S.OHNSON'S PRIVATE MEDICAL J)ISPENSAEY Ho. 20S 3IAIA STREET, Pp-stainr, bet. Adams ti 'Wasbtagton "st MEMPHIS, TJiSJT. Established In lfc. T )R- JOHNSON U aekBowledged by all par ttea Interested, a by far the aesituecesft. fnt 1'hysician In tbe toealcaent of private or secret diseases. Quick, 'lnirotMh and perma ntnt cures gnaraatd In every ea-e, male or female. Recent cases of GecorrMa and By phl lls cured In a few dan, wllhlit Uie use of merenry, change of Met or Madrante from business. heeondary8;pMrls-t-ekwtvestlge eradicated without tbe ace of voluntary ism of semen stefped In a short time, t-offarers from iraMteBejr er loss of sexual power restored to free Tiger In a few weeks. Vloanw of set r-akose awl ezcenlve veneiy, suifertne from spermatorrhea and less or ph-.sical ana roentai pewer.speedlly and permanently cored. Part iutuai attention paid to the Diseases oi wonwi and rtimgnsraateeil. Thrt ad iMg Mseases eared by new remedies. Al 1 eenraHatiesfi strieMr eeBfidenHal. .ll'n" snt by fcxpress to all parts of tha country. Ot, iKrtirs 'roei run. ! ujh. Sundays, ram tnl, a m. I . . JONticC. v. Ik I.EGAI.. Bankrupt Sale Or Tweiity-fonr Ifamlrnl and Sixty- arc .tn nT tjissd. In t he matter or Jshmn I. Ptwanfc Haakrupt , in Kankrnptry, M HastevIHe, Afebuma. BY VITLTE of an order of sole, entered In tlw IHauiel Caart ttt tluIlnU ,! iitt tnr tlieJiNtrictof Aiakama,! yrtttrm Mondar, tho lClh dj- of October, 1873, a' (hewmthweatearaerafMaiiiasrf Madison -tree, in tbe elty stt MewaMs, Tennessee, wit V, the ftisb Wdjer. inriwl.. alt the risht. title 1 mm IwtBinl. St ml and emiltabie. wlilrli lMlomt-l lf NW 1 am bauhmrtat the i:tie ot nni'-f nn pillion tn limntrgptcy in t T 1 t lie rollowingd-teTlhed real ettate. U- Mi O' r1 Wn T, I ssiIji n nnrtlymin;r ' T . 'oi urn tuw lilptnnstfc, range? 1 . Ml of vrtmn t. towaohtp Soortb. lante 7 1 . North half of aeetiea a. kinMn a tir.rr , . -?K wne aaalrlded ose-si zUUntoioot insec tiontnwisshipS lrth, rM T east. Ea. half oteenea 17. tWnatBpr inia, range 7 east. The east hair nt tt.wtfiutf2ru.iinn S?rtP 5 atrt'. rae 7 jiasi. All lyin ' asan Hismy, imji er Mmtmosus, miles wtfct of Mem pliis, on the Memphis UttteHnek rati rout Aleovooe undivided oae-tweUHi Interest entry Jo. t, forSaeRti, on Mawio. w, .a Shefcy county, Tetmstrco. .vkv, one uMivioed s4mmb interest in enmr No. m. tor .i..n tw i. a,kr . n,i Tlgtea ecssntlea. Tenaesaaia, jps aae. evMeaee er nua, sml any Inform, MBUrtJDf I I Mill II ta-uuja A. FAJU86. Assignee. BeJme, Humes & UorJon. &tttm: Administrator's Notice. TETTERS or' AffmtnlMiatfcm having been i irranted to the ' 1 ticth tfv,nnr.. bl Prohate Osart at -Blby county, on the estate of Richard Weidee, deceased; NoUcels hereby given to all j-enons lodebtl to said estate, to oohkj forward fs-ott se4t'e the same; and a.l perseas bavins; claims against .aid estate are hereby uo ifled jHesestt the same to me for payment within the time prescribed by law, or they will br forever harrrd. luBcmnma, mis. j M (VBN HUBS GRIFFIN. Admlnlstrat' r Ivichard Weldon, dee'd, r-erM No. at Kroni street. CHANCER? SAXES. Cliancery Sale of Iical Estate On Satnrdaf, October 11, 1873. No, XJ, R. D. Secrmd Cnaacery Court of oi"! cuunty, isDww,-nB. Jiorrow et al- vs. Cnarles Jooes et al. DYvirtBeot an order of sale made In the above stated cac-c on Julv .v Kja r win In pursuance of seld order, onVr for sale, at public aueuon, and sell to the highest bidder, in front of tbe office nt the Cwnud Chancery Cocrtof HtmttK county, Tesnessett, Greenlaw Operu-Heose, Second street, eity or Memphis. Tennessee, on SatHrskj, Ootobor 11, 1S73, within legal hours, the foHowlag described real estate, to-wit: situate, lying and being in the county of Shelby aad State of Tennessee, described as foDowste-wtt: The south BfJ4) t n mu mmt and taree-quar-treftor the east (Mjifty feet of elty lot 9, lnch1ldistrictNo.it. Ako, lot 388 at tbe sewtheart ceraeror Sec ond and atnaiee stt eels, tit the IHh dvll dis trltU A Uo,one-balf of lot ale, at the comer of Sec ond and Jack m Htreet. Also, north one-thltd of lot STS, at the comer of Third aad Washlmgtoti streets, in sth civil district. Also, the we ( BJO JarVf-alne and three quarters feet of lot , oa the south side of Court street. Also, north hair of lot K.ta the Greenlaw and Saffaraae so bdlvMos, ateomer of Second and Greenlaw streets. AIo. lot S, on ba oa.at the comer of Con cord and Auction street. Also, west part of Jot 95, on the-west side of Main street, Alt or whieh said let He in tLe dty of Mem plils, SbeMsy eoasty, Tennewee. And ako. kite a, 8. 4. &, a, 7, Hand It of Jones' Bobdlv.s'uzi of tbe Wright traet,lTinR and being In the eonnty cf abethy, mate of Terms of Sale On a eradit of six months; purclrasrr or purchasers executing note with approved security. Men retained. Equity of redemption barred. This September , W3. M. B. L. STEWART, Clerk and Master. W. A . ilfDoypx, SoLflir Oomnlalnant. TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a trust deed, exe cuted on the 2W day- of July, 1S72, by James M. Walker and his wife, Ellen Walker for theparpo-e ot securing tbe indebtedness therein described, atd which deed is of record in the Reghtter's o thee of Shelby eoanty, Ten nessee, in Book No. . page 11", I, as the Uns tee named therein, win, eu . Wednesday, October 8, 1873, between the honrs of 11 o"eiocfc am. and 12 m sell to the highest bidder, lor cash, at the foot of the steps In front of ray offlee, No. 279' ; Main street, lathe elv of MmDftk the fal lowing described eal estate, to-wlt : A certain lotorpaieetof land, situate, lying and being in the city of Memphis, bhelby county, Ten nessee, being a partof bleek No. S on the man or plan of said city, begbratag at the soutii Ht uuriier w uajKiiauere iot,tnence wes -wardly with the lide ofsnfd lot two hundred and flfty-slx icet, more or less to the center of bayonGayoso; Utence southwardly with tho meandering ofaaidhayun. forty-one and one half feet, more or less, to a stake; thence eastwardly and parallel with, said Link hauerfs south fine, two hnndred and fifty-sir Aet to Cattser street: thence northwardly with the west line of causey street rorty-one and one-naif feet to tha bedBiUnc. toeetber with all the Im provements thereon. The easily of redemp tion Is waived In said trust deed, and the title believed to be good, but I sell aad convey t trustee only- D. K. ilYERS, Trustee. JieptemBer 17, iS7i. Trustee's Sale. BT virtue of a deed of trasVexccuted on the 6tU tlav of Fehmarv. KT. bv R. R W. H. and Zj T. Blokers, acd redsterd In the Register office of Shelby eonnty, Tennessee, in book No. 78, page a,lwH,ai tbe request of the benefleiarles, betweeB the hours or 10 and 12 o'clock, on Saturday, 1st Day of XoTember, 1S73, at the sonUuvest corner of Main. and. Madison streets, in tne etty of Menftftfts, sell at public auction, for cash, to the Mghett.bldder, the f. Rowing deter lbed real estate, to-wlt : Lyin? and betas m the county of tjhthy, State of Tennessee, belnz the HE oCseevfeo II. T . 1. R.6.we.t,eoBtafiibsg one BBSdted and sixt:, acre, being the aiuiie tend seM hy Chan'-e" Court, November il, lew, to saM. B. K. Bickeii and f. N. Woodward as- the pfSferty of tlv. heirs of Daniel llarrl-on. All naitormtiiir of redeaspUea - exprejahy wwed in m trust ded. The title i be!:efd tobegXJd, nut i Eeu ami convey asi3 a" trustee. orl ' J. . FORD fro' tee. COTTON PRESSES. CHEEK COTTON PBESS. WILIh as neretofore, drote ray persona. akwunuu vaj T.anmiiTTTirtr ox mia OUOnT IRON -StJtlEW PRESS, as It r surpasses air others; both for horse and now Steam Dower. I am determined that It shall continue to do so, aad sastaia the unrivaled character that It has attained and to which it is luauy ent uea. 1 also manufaetare that extraordinary and most wouU-rful maahtaebthe berk Cotton- Mtalk Crnabrr, which must nteessarlly su percede all hand labor tfc4earfnrHl the old stalk - . - All orders for either the Press Or Crushei must bo addressed to tWD, POIiTlSK CO . 5 Union street. Weawhls, Tenn. Jy29 a T) 1IKKK Patentee THEREYNOM)S;iIPROVED REVOLVING SORHW COTTON PRESS Is on Exhibition and fbniaale at Swift's Iron and fct"3A worss, No. 196 Main Street Semokls, Tenn. mHia:CelebratedafeB Is now so Improved A. MWHIULUINUiilHIW,!!)!"!!)!. It lathe most simpteand easity-wnrklag Press now In use. Seoil tor eirctthtf aad. price-list. Wah&ve affcOthc liHal ijl)lCl of liar, Unml, Hood. Si licet. ADd Botlrr.lrnn.sanlh of the Ohio river. WKfeK ralMHe fnr mtn at thn ;lowet. rxT6blarat8sUip-iroa; koaanufac- tared at n evrport; kt, ana we guarantee it to be ofiflrst:-",aju acaltty. auzt - - iakohiik. A cent. 2S8E .0'(frLE fii'lrir nfi"nifil"TTiinh' RaU- m nnsu v leavoMem HewMl atMajn. snt not it pHeasnmHE train jon I1T1 A Aa - oc3e ts ' -)J. , Rop':. .1 m, st-H sum -o . u X . a1 - ? IV -i .trj, I Tr