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THJE MEMPHIS DAILY A.T?l&A.L--.ijjST)Jy:9 OGT.OBEE 8, 1873.
- HEJIPIIIS APPEAL KATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY: fine com-, one month, by mall. One copy, six months, by mall nn mnv. one Year, by mall ''OiseSopy, one west. In city Jk.-S WEEKLY: Ond'conv. one rear.. no "Clubs 61 Ten or more, eachi 3 oo Specimen copies sent free of charge. 0r writ books art kept by postoglces, and not . ( iv individual names. ' In ordering paper changed from one pottoffice to another, the names of both potiojfleei should be . RATES OF ADVERTISING XN DAILY APPEAL: i first Insertion, per square . . i ut- tyi li a n .81 oo o a i itt 5 CO 10 00 sa ' r --' . . ..nH s wfnrfoM on tihavt -5 ALT Ur.IUXJ vnurc 1 - " r ales in proportion. Sight lines soUd nonpareil make one squat e, and ttotkx lines make one inc . X&eaJ AeMeei are 20 cen. per tinef&r first in- " ierteu"1t cents per line erv?eek,and'17HcevU per line per month. Want, fic-i are 10 cent per line first insertion and 5 onus per line each subsequent insertion. jOeaih and Marriage notices free of charge, tut funeral no ices, obituaries, and eomplimeni ary notices oi marriages, are charged at regular rates. We urtll not accept any advertisement to fallow reading matter. J- irst or Fourth page advertisements, station ary, double rates. ,1 ffe solicit Utters and communications upon , tybjecit cf general interest, but such must always ? '-toe accompanied by a responsible name. We will net return rejerted communications. All letters, communications, or anything else or the Appeal, should net be addressed to an individual connected with the office, but simply the APPEAL, HempUli, Tcnn. FINANCE AND TiUDE. OFFICE OF TilE DAILT Arl-FAL, I Tuesday, October 7, 1S7J. i FINANCIAL. There Is hardly any business for the bank". The almost cessation of business In all depart laenwof trademskes light work tor the banks - attdibankei. Save looking after collections butmttle U done. The Union and Planters aad'others were offering to give currency for exebanee at moderate rates. It was under stood that per cent, was the discount asked on New lork comnieicial bills, intil within the past day or two It has been extremely difficult to negotiate ex change except from lactois whose paper is hew bv t he banks. In such cases favorable terms could easily be arranged, banters pre ferring U hold buyers drafts to debts due by fnetors. The banks are purchasing currency lu New York at high rates of discount. On Borten and other eastern point, commercial exchange cannot be negotiated under 2 per cent, while In New York the rate Is X less. .Nothing dolus lu coin or local secuiities, and quotations are entirely nominal. COTTON. The market was strong, owing to favorable Liverpool advice?. Inquiry llzbt and but few ir&nKaoUous. Many orders from abroad re main anfulnlled, buyers and factors not be ing aWe to agree as to prices. Low grades as yet are scarce, though the stock on hand Is gradually Increasing, and will soon be am jile to enable purchasers to fill anydeslred Jt.t& Low middlings were quoted at HJi 5iKc:iraWdllne. lUWff, "Jd strict mid- .'exchange -and currency -was about Jjcper thui ruS r !i) iwr bale. 1 1B72- 1ST? iteeeipts. 4 961 1722 11,16 111 H.'Wpraeuts ... - Tm.M receipts io dale Tola MilpmenU to date IMPORTS. Memrfcls anil Charleston railroad . MottirOils and Louisville railroad -.-... v. TJuTTi m 1 1 nwn! . 192 - i auuitu ...... - ' - w' Memphis and Little Bock railro Mmmtm r '' - y. UmtW per wagon and other sources tu EXPORTS. Memphis and Charleston railroad. .... 155 GF.1TEBAL JIAItKET. There Is but little or nothing doing, owing M low rtvi'is above, and the prevalence ot .yellow-fever. Prices are merely nominal. Quotations ar-C for round lots, unless otherwise expressed; tmd for feed and produce, levee refc. Vw j naU purchases and orders, rates are proportionately higher. lUi-isa STtTF-B-Quletr bagging, 2 and3 lb brands, ll4fo; Iron ties, e09c; baling twine. UHllc. BBrrraKlobblng loU are 2Sa for tub. Beeswax Dull ind nominally 2ic per lb a arrival. Bras In store, iW&O per ton. jani.DEito'ilATKRiAi-s Rosendale cement, St, a); Loulsvil'e cenent, per bbL S2 fill. PlMler. Michigan, Si; Xewlork.si 35 Hair. 26 ter4e-lb bale. Fire-brick, VV$ per 100. Lime, by the car-load, $1 50I W. Uacok Quoting asxollows: Clear sides, 10 HUc; rib sides, SlBc; shoulders, Mc; sagar-enred hams, canvassed, 1S extra brands, nominal; breakfast bacon, llgUc. CoBK On orders, 73c per bushel; retail, 73c. Jta -Light sales at 2S25c "buit Apples, per bbl. Sl7. FueUB Qjiiet. We quote: Inferior. 51 SOg r, oa; soper,a)96t0;extra,fa23g7 25;Xam lly.57 508 59: fancy, S9 09 75. JjiS., y VSl l. ; urouu uu jtrjiuH, iu uuu-, arce. MolaKses, reboiled, 5570c In bbls. and S5i0e higher In hslf bbls. and kegs; sugar - iiooetjTnps In bbls Inferior to choice, 30& 75c Halt, domestic, by the car-load, (2 SO per SsO lb. barrel. Coffee, Klo, per lb.. Inferior to holrc.af2t)e; Java,cho'ce,S2gSSc Candles, Mar. perTS, lKftlBKc Rice, bc.Starch, 55Kc. 6oda,bec Hoap,extraollve,7e; German,8g C7le: Inferior, 4&5c. JIay Per ton, tm for choice; at retail,!! 10 tier cwt In tierces, 99Jcr keg. ie$lKc ; palls, lOglOc for renncd ; with cases. J ant Suts- . Poanuts we nuote at SVallc ler lbL the upper price lor white. Uocoanuts, per ' Jiundrcd, 50. Pecans, 12KfjI5c. Almonds. Ollsneiieu,iH3iJC. ruunui ' 13 1. uiiun jiuts. Ec walnut-, none. On-s Carbon, ner eallon, limJJK: lard, .! 75e; West Virginia lubricating, "Globe," 50 Kc; sperm, mineral, J5c; linseed, raw, (1 0s; boiled, f I 13; cottonseed, crude, 103 tie. Oats On order", 61-'ac: at retail, 55c. Potatoes In a smail waj', IS 25fW 75. Uot'i.TEY Young chickens, f- 50)at; old, SI g5 60 per dozen. is A VAX. nTOlUS VttlkUiii, flwwiwu ' S5 50;bcsldo,E(i. jtesm, per uol, iso. i, ci; -. at, !1 M; virgin resin, J6. Tar, per bbl, Jk; half iiui.sl i itcu. Ter DDI. co M. iurpeniiue.)tK-. MOSETABY A5D FINANCIAL. NEW YORK. Xi'.w Your, October 7. Money The aceneval situation on Wall street tolaywas markbd by a decrease In the volume of busi ness and less buoTancy than yesterday. On , . Uie. stock: exchange loner afues prevailed, "under a disposition on the part or some, who had bought stocks for cash at low prices dur ing the panic, tOTealize Droflia offered by the recent sharp advance. Late In the day ru mors of mercantile failures had an unsettling eBect, although only one failure was positive ly reported, and that In the sugar trade, iloney was easy early In the day at 7 per cen t, currency to go d Interest, bnt afterward ad vanced to l-lt)1, per diem, and finally closed Mt8&7per cent. Greenbacks am higher and In demand forahlpment to the Interior. The -premium ranged from J to 1 per cent. The legal-tender circulation this evening Is 8510,- . .-" oUMarge than yesterday. Sterling JCzsJiange Heavy and lower, ask ioe rates reduced u 1074' and lOSatthe close. Ouotations for actual business were 1117 for Sxty days, 10S for slghiind 1WJ-, for transfer, enswms receipts to-day RWiO . , ,. Void Rather firmer In tone, but dealings are not large. All sales were at 1WK to llOiJ, cloning at the former quotation. Loans were from Zto 6 per cent, and flat for carrying. Clearings S21,UW,OJ0; the assistant-treasurer .disbursed UUXti. r , United States Monds-Cloeed buoyant at the ' Mghest figures of the day. There was an ao tive demand from the savings banks, and some Large transactions were reported. The creates activity was In new 5's and currency 0': U. H. coupons of 1SS1, H5Vi; U.S. 5-ai' of WB, 10; S-al's or lSCL HO; o-20' of 1!7, ail: new, 11; of 1SG7, ll4; of isffl, IUU; mcWS's, 107; 10-40. 109K: curency C's llfii. Southern States oVcurftfc. Missouri, W; Tennessee, old, 74?i;neir, 71; Vlrglnlt, new, SI- old, SO: North Carolina, old, 22; new, lu. '- aitroad Stocks and -Uomit. Slocks were itoi .ntl! after the first call, when tLe selling "i 'U."ct la the Vanderbilt specialties ws ItSISSh" m sd nearly tl whole list felt te 22 i it. hlMTe- V'ttm Unlo", iSrvnrk- ivnu- ad 1ock Island went -II &Y?hPeywVre-V - fcg unsettleS by the rep11, .Jj StalIrccUM The following are the QOuJn-: Western Union telegraph cofnyi,7, , iulksllver, 3S: Adams eipni CvOnipa-am- Wells & Fargo' cxpresa compaol, Vs.'Ji: iininn exnresscor:- ral, 7U: PiUbarc Fort Wayne and Chi cago, 82; Northwestern, 11J4: "NorthweisL n Preferred . , . Hock 91, New Jersey Ctuina.UJ; KU Paul, Si pre ferred, 5: Wabash, : preferred, -, Port Wayne, MJi; Terre Ilaute, IS; preferred, 23; Chicago and Alton. 00; pre- lrred.5; Ohio and Mississippi, kt2S:cincin- -iond, 75; Delaware and Lackawana, CI; Ilurllcgton, Hartford and Erie If,. LONDON. "LosnoK, October 7, 5 p.m. The rale of discount iu open market for three months' bills was 44 per cent-, or below the bank of England rate. Ths demand for discount, 4a open market. Is heavy, and at the back onoacrate. Amount of bullion withdrawn iTSrom tbebankon balance, 133X3, Consols - -snoneyKaB2; account, SS,; United BtaUf twarxius-S-id's, of -65,6;do., e7,9ti;l(WO', HlHl new 5's, J; Erie, 41. FHANKFOUT. FnASKroBT, October 6. United States 5-20S X.V7K. PARIS. CIEtsiPAKIS, October 7Rentes, 6Sf. Sc. - : C0TT0X HAKKETS OF THE W0BL1). NEW YORK. . New York, October 7, 3:10 p.m Cotton steady, closing oulet. Baler. 7100 bales: Jan. tiary, 1749l7fl-Wc; February, 17Jfei IS-lBc; March, 17 15-18el5o; Oetotwr, 17 ll-lftl7J, : November, 17 lVSS617c; llcoember, 177-Hi l5 SO p.m. Cotton firm; ordinary, loc; good' ordinary, 17c: low middling, 17c; middling, 15o; Alabima, ltV; Orleans ie,o; jexim, iijtn Hrt a.mj Cotton report for four days from all United Btata ports: lleeelpls,2252 bales; exports to ureal liriiain.sasu Laie;oouuueui, KM bales; stock, 11790 bales. LIVERPOOL. Livebpool, Octolier 7. b p.ra. Cotton buoyant. Kales, American, UlTUO bales. Ui land,i'3i)frl; Orleans, Hfclflfd. 12fl0 p.m Cotton strong; Sales, 13,00) bales; exporters and shippers, 3UU0 bales; uplands 9VM; Orleads, i,!f-l: October and No vember, basis gold,! -16d. Bombay ship ments since last report, the 8th, amounted to W0 bales. Livbhi-ool, October 7. Cotton strong; uu lands, OlSOMid: Orleans, V-.d'SAil : sales, 15,(W btli: American, TWO ba:e; exportere and Sncculaion:. ax) IiiIwl sales of uplands on gold basis, deliverble December and January, oju. NEW ORLEANS. C V, UM.KA3,VKlULfn 11 40 tt.lll. tut IUU firmer and In good demand!; sales, 1WO bales middlings at lS'(lS)tc. S p.m. Cotton firm uml ogod demand : sales, l bales; middling, i$Mglfc!,c; recepts, ilia oaies. ST. LOUIH. Sr. Louts, October 7. Cotton stronger at V5i'Jlc tor miuaiing CINCINNATI. CiscrsxATl, October 7. Cotton steady at Uc. NASHVILLE. Nashville. October 7. Cotton In cood aenianu anu inn prices; n"esioc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, October 7. Cotton advanced, DKI GOODS 3IIKSET. New Yohe, October 7. There was slow trade movement with agents, but jobbing dis tribution continues rain v sallsfaotorr. lleavr standard and. fine brown cottons, bleached. shirtings and cottnnhanneM ares Ilingireeiy atflrm prices. Corset jeans are quiet. 1 tolled jackonets move slowly, but are firm. Prints are moie active. Ulugbnms are quiet, but steadv. Worsted dress fabrics and printed reps are In fair demand. Clothing woollens quiet, buijllanuels and blankeu ore In fair de maud. 1'KODUCE MARKETS. SEW YORK. New Yobk, October 7. Flour more doing, but unchanged. Whisk- Is lower atSlOlH gt 02. Grain Wheat higher qn low grades; spring, Chicago No. 3, 51 ifegl 38. Rye, barley and malt unchanged. Corn Is scarcely sj firm, but unchanged. Oats scaice and firmer; old wesiern, mixed, 52&5.1C Provisions Pork steady; new mess, !17gl7 25. ISeef and cut meats unchanged. Lard weak; old western steam, bt(9b-' ac. CHICAGO. Chicago, October 7. Flour Is scarce and firm; an advance was asked, but none es tablished, wntat is steaay; spring jso. j unchanged; nothing doing to establish any change in quotations. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, October 7. Flour is quiet at SO l07. Wheat Is steady at SI 40. Corn is quiet at53g5lc. Oats are quiet utSS!5c Pro visions are quiet. Pork Is steady ; sales at $15. Lard is firm; Jobbing sales of steam at Sc. Hulk meats are quiet, inactive and un changed. Bacon is In fair jobbing demand at S5;9g9Xc- Whisky sales at 9091e, currency. ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, October 7. Flour quiet and un changed. Wheat stronger bat Inactive; red winter. No. 2, SI 53gl ol. Othergraln quiet and unchanged. Pork opened dull but closed active at SUsgli fS. Bulk meats dull and nom inal. Bacon steady at fc)4S4g88i9Xc for jouoiug auu oruer jous. ijaru quiei. huu un changed. Whisky firm at Due, currency. LOUISVILLE. Louisvillb, October 7 Bagging Is held steady at 1111Kc. Flour ana grain ore un changed. Provisions nark. 16. Bacon. Smhia, packed. Bulk meats, i&Vl&stic, lnal. NASHVILLE Nashville. October 7. Flour Is In fair de mand at K 25A9 00. Wheat Is steady at SI 35 SI 55. Corn, 6SC Provisions firm. Lard steady ai y;4c uaooa, aiwaiuc. -eanuis nom inal. Whisky, firm at SI Iti NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, October 7. Com Is scarce and firm; white mixed, TEc; yellow, 75:; while, Mc. Oats are firm at 5i55c. Sugar open kettle, 9ij10$c. Jlolasses a lew bar rels of old sold at 46c. 1UYER INTELLIGENCE. Bonis I-envinff To-Day Vlcksburg Gkasd Tower ...10 a.m. Arrlvetl. John B. Maude -.New Orleans Departed. John B. Maude. New Orleans .White river Nashville. O W. Cheek.. West Wlnd Napoleon Osceola Pat Cleburne . Helena Keokuk.. Ohio River In Port. St. Francis. W rather and Kivcrs. The river here Is decllnlne slowly. Feven feet renortcd In the channel Irom Cairo down. and the ne amount from here south. The Ohio river has three and a half feet above Louisville, and twenty-two Inches to Evans- Tllle. The Missouri and, upper Mississippi have a rise of several lnche. White and Ar kansas rivers are In f.ir boating order. The weather yesterday was clear, thermometer 58- at 3 :a p.m. METEOROLOGICAL RECOHD. Bios al Sjirvici: United States army,! Memphis, Tenn., ctoberT, 1S78. J S.13 r.jr. Barometer 30.105 Change since last re- -.0S0 58- Thermometer Change In twenty four hours Wind Weather, Rainfall f. 8. W. RHODE, Observer, Signal Service. United stales Army. JUovementa of Ilonts. Business on the landing was light, with little or nothing doing. There was only one arrival up to dark. The John B. Maude, from New Orleans, came up at noon, putting olT here twenty-eight bales of cotton, three hun dred and thirty-three sacks of col ton-seed, six hundred and fifty bundles of cotton-ties, and two hundred packages of sundries, and re turned at five o'clock with a light trip. The Keokuk went up before dusk with three empty barges for the Ohio river. The Nash ville, for White river; G. W. Cheek, for Na poleon; West Wind, for the upper coast, and the Cleburne, for Helena; all went out with fair cargoes, consldenng the times. Duals to Leave. The Grand Tower In command of Captain McKee. will leave Jroru the elevator at the foot of Iteale street, at ten o'clock this morn ing for Helena, Cblcot, Greenville and Vlcks burg, making all the usual coast landings. Ne s Drin. By a private dispatch received yesterday we learn that Captain Lennox Is quite 111, and Is not expected to recover The James How ard and C. P. Kountz are the next boats due from below The ft. Joseph leaves St. Louis this evening for this city lohn S. Lehman Is coming down in command of the Susie Silver Captain W. J. Rusk, of the steamer II. S. Turner, was on " 'change " at St. Louis on Saturday.. rrangementa have been made In St. Paul by Captains McCune and Davidson for a dally line of small steam ers to ply from St. Paul to Hastings during the low water, and connect with the Keokuk northern line boats at the latter point. The Cbarley Cheever, Damsel and Mountain Belle are now making the connections between the two points. The John Tolle Is reported aground at Jefierson Barracks.Captaln William Elliott went t-ut In command of the Nashville last evening Captain John T. Washington, our great steamboat agent, ar rived yesterday from a short tour through Kentucky Owing to the scarcity of freight and passengers, and there being no freight for her, the steamer John B. Maude turned back for New Orleans last evening in- sieau oi wailing ub ui u-uay,a5 aa vcmseu The Lanra Davis has laid up at Evansvllle. Jaraes T. Sargent, pilot of the Infuriated Moonstone, H alter that boat for wages in the United H ales district court The Cincin nati Commereial.ot Saturday, says: "A few days since Captain W. W. Deem, clerk of the Charles B. Church, underwent a critical sur gical operation. He Is now at the Good Sa maritan hospital, doing well. Captain James KsnnUton Old Tubular was engineer with Jim Dryden, on the Phunlx, in 18W, when he set up the engine on Commodore W. F. Da vidson's first boat, the Heller, the same year, at the mouth of Big sandy. The engine came out of the Eagle, which had upset in a storm near Greenupsburg, Kentncky" The St. Louis Republican, ot the fifth, says: "A telegram to the Keokuk: Northern llneofflce yesterday announced the sinking or ;he sitamer Alex. Mitchell, at Keiths burg, ll'nois, by striking an un known oijsiructlcn. ner starboard guaid Is under water. The JJpd Wing is alongside, pumping her out, and It wa thought she would be afloat last evcnlDg. She was Iadn w)th a very light cargo, and was en roufdown to Uonlro-e from St. Paul, to ly up on account or low water. The Alex Mitchell was built at Paducah, Kentucky, and nnWied at Lacrosse, wisconsln.fortlieNorth. western Union packet company, In April, IS70, at a cost Gf,)Tty thousand dollars. Iu May, lb72, the nuderw; j'eis valued her at forty thousand dollar, bhe was two hundred oad tl)Irtj-two feet long, thirty-seven and one-half feet leam, and five and one-half fe. I bold; four boilers, twenty-six feet long, rorty four Inches diameter; two flues, two cylin ders, seven feet stroke, twenty-two inches di ameter. Her machinery was formerly in the St. Patrick. Work on the dyke across Alton slough Is agsln in progress this week. The wa ter dams np against the upper side and pours over the lowest place with a great noise. The surface of the water above the dyke 1 Iron; two to thre' feet higher than on the lower lih3. Sand-bars are forming In the slough below the dyke. The dyke forces the waur through the chute, between the Island and tow-heud, with great tprto.Colonel Mer rill has appointed Captain A. D. Wolff, of the snag-boat Albert, to superintend the removal of tho wroeka In the Ohio. The wrecks of the Missouri, Robert Fulton, Cumberland, Phantom, Jennie JIW1I, Be'ie Vernon, Robert Moore, eta.. -0111 receive attention. VrU. H. rARBIJCCITOy. HENKT B. HOWELL FARRINGTON & HOWELL, COTTON FACTORS, G-HO OBXIS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Xo, 2CS Front BL. Veniulib, Turn. 6: 3 11.04 A. M. A. M. 30.1 91 30.195 X003 xMl W 53 8 2' N. NE. Clear. Clear. I 04 01 Hew I.llc rr (tic Lnncni'l. Perfect.- heaUlcts vouchsafed lo few. Pi-ol -ably ninety people out of every hundred who call Ihomsel ves healthy have their " turns" t Irnguor, exhaustion, depression of spirits and bodily pain. At those times a wiueglarnl of Hosteller's Stomach Hitlers Is as tefrcshlrg as" the shadow of n rock lu a weary land." 11 Invigorates and rests the system mid cheers the mind. The effect of the Hitters lu cases of nervous debility, produced either by undue physical exertion, over-study, intense anx-s lety, or any other cause, Is wonderfully reviv ing and Invigorating. In fact, this heaUluul vegetable restorative passes' es medicinal properties which entitle It to the rank of an article of prime necessity, and It should be kept on hand In every dwelling, and promptly taken as a remedy for all me minor tllm.'nt as well a for more serious complaints. SPEC! A!L NOTICES. Mother, Mothers, Eiather. Dona lall to procure MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP Tor all diseases Incident to the period or teething in children, it re lieves the child from pain, cures wind colic, regulates the bowels, and by giving relief and health to the child, gives rest to the mother. Be sure und call for "MRS- WINSLOWW SOOTHING SYRU1V For sale by all druggists. Scbench's JUAndrnke Pills. These pills are composed exclusively of vegetable lugre dlents. and although they entirely supersede the use or mercury, do not leave auy of its In jurious effects. They act directly upon the liver, and are a valuable remedy in all cases ot derangement resulting from a disordered state of that organ. Liver Complaint, Bilious Disorders, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Ty phoid Fever, etc., etc, aU succumb to the fiee use or Schenck's Mandrake Pills. For sale by all druggists and dealers. ON THE BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, DIN NER AND SUrPKR TABLE, X.EA & PEItltlKS' Worcestershire Sauce IS INDISPENSABLE. JOHN DUNCAN'S NONS.Ncn York, Agents for the United States. TIATCUELOK'S XLAIP. DYE. This splendid Hair Dye la the best in the world. The only True and PerfectDye. Harm less Reliable and Instantaneous; no disap pointment; no ridiculous tints or unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill effects of bad. dyes aud washes. Produces Imbediately a superb Black ob Natchal Brown, and loaves the hair.CLKAN, Sorr and Beautiful The gen uine signed W. A. Uatchelor. So'd by all dru gists. CHAS. BATCHKLOR Prop'r. N. Y. UNDERTAKERS. 8, H, HOIST & 3RD., UNDERTAKERS, 'o. 320 Haln Street, (Opposite Peabody Hotel) ilEHPHlS, TENNESSEE. Always on hand a large assortment of Me ta lie oases and Caskets, and Wood Coffins of every description. Orders by telegraph promptly filled, and cases shipped C. O. D. COTTON FACTORS HUGH TOKBAJTCE. J. T. TOREAKCE. HUGH TORRANCE & SON, COTTON FACTORS -AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS Not 10 Jefferson .!., Memphis. BALrlt WOBMELEY. W. II. D. WEXDEL. RALPH WORMELEY & CO,, -AND GENERAI COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Ntreef, Memphis. TTTE will furnish Bagging, Ties and Planta- T I uon Bundles to customers, ana mase liberal advances on cotton In store. NEWJFIRM. E. S. WEBBBE & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEKCHANTS No. 226 Front Street, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO., COTTON EACT0ES AND Commission Merchants XO. 369 FROXT STREET, MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE Manufacturers' Agents for the IMPROVED WIKSHIP GOT, Which for light draft, fast ginning and clean ing of seed, Is unequalcd by any other gin In use. whllo It produces as good a sample as any of the standard gins of our country. Price, 51 per saw. Fully warranted. Brooks' Improved Revolving Screw Tress This Justly celebrated press, wo present to the public greatly Improved In convenience, which we feel assured will meet fully the wants of the planter. Halter's Steam Engine. Is simple, durable, safe, and occuDles bnt little space. The very thing for those wishing LIGHT IWEK. The J. C. Hoadlcr & Co. Portable steam rnginc. This engine, so lone and favorablvknown in the south, has bi en greatly Improved, not only in material, but workmanship. It possesses all the power necessary for the heaviest work. Fully warranted. Gnm Belting Always on liana", or Send for Circulars. Jy30 CHAS. J. PHILLIPS & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS NO. 270 FRONT STREET, Up-stalrs. : : : MEMPHIS, TENN. y Agents for Hazard Powder Oompany. PRODUCE! E.F. EEID & GO., (Successors to Held & Brother), GEXERAI, PRODUCE DEALER AND Commission Merchants Xo. 34G Front St., Memphis, Tcnn. PEBSONAIi attention to nillng orders for Annies. Potatoes. Onions. Cabbaire. Kront. Pigs' Feet. Plcklf-s. etc. se2J EDITIONS. DAILY, WEEKLY AND SUNDAY. TliePapersforthoPeople ! '-sitlk ;TXBXSi. : - V. . - . TTf.Wtw -J2S50 i'lclr Vfor Clubs of Five or more). 'A UU Sunday.... 1 CD Sunday (iori;ini5oxB.vuiurj.. 2 00 JJai 1 wl yapKi 200 Mais inn HOOPING. ROOFING. TIIOSEIn need of good and substantial roots will consult their Interests by ex amining our PLASTIC SLATS ROOFING before making contracts. Considering Its cheapness, durability, and Its lmpervlousness to water and are, It is equal, if not superior, lo any roonug in use. its ease oi uppijcmtuu and perfect adaptation to roofs of any shape either right angles, horizontals or perpendicu lar must commend It to the favorable con sideration of the public. Valleys or auy shape made without the use of metals of any Und. Anti-Corrosive. No chemical preparation has yet been dis covered which so effectually and securely protects metal roofs from the action of the atmosphere, nnd hence from ruit, corrosion and decay, as PLASTIC 8LATK. We reler to Col. L. J. Dupre (Editor Appeal), Chas. Kortrecht, Esq., Col. P. C. Bethell, IL u. Dent, Esq., B. B. Waddell, Esq., and others who have used It, s to lis menu as a roofing. 'or references to leading citizens ot other cities, and examination of samples of roofing, please call at our office, IIS 1-3 Beale Street. fylS DAVIS & 1VALKEH. COTTON GIN. GUL LETT'S IMPROVED LIGHT DRAFT MAGNOLIA GTS. This GIN Is aa IMPROVEMENT upon the "STEEL BtiUSH," by tho substitution or 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 ration, as the fibre, Instead of being thrown at once, as by ordinary gins, with considera ble dirt and debris Into the lint-room, Is 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 lo that of any other gin. Call lo examine samples and obtain circu lars at our store, No. 37 Union street. auM fflGHN, TEKHY A CO. TO PLANTERS. THE "CHAMPION 6IN" AT- And Cotton Hnller For Ginning Cotton, with or without previ ous picking from the boll. First Premium (Blue Ribbon Diploma) awarded to It at the Louisiana State Fair, 4pril, 1370. I have taken the General Agency for the sale of the above Gin, and kave one on exhi bition at my office, ISTO. 12 TTxULojtX St. Where my friends end the public are invite to call and examine into its merits as a GREAT LABOR SAVER. Respectfully yours, W. IL. GALBBEATH. N.B. Thls;Gln Is particularly adapted to HorsePower. aula. EDUCATIONAL. NORWICH UNIVERSITY. A MILITARY COLLEGE, established In 1S11. Has a preparatory department, thoroueh Classical. Scientific and .Milllarv In struction, Including Modern Languages and Civil Engineering. Good discipline. Loca tion very healthy. Terms 1350 a year. Year 1S73-71 begins August 2Sth. Send for a circu lar. A.uurcss truor. uixmiunji uuuti. au20 NnrtliflMd. Vt. ST. MAEFS SCHOOL, No. 3iG Poplar Street, Memphis. A BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladles, under the charce of tho Sisters os St. Maev. Tho first term will begin on wedxesdav, October lsr. For circulars or other Informa tion, annly fafter Senlember 1st) to the Sister Superior St. Mary's School, or to Rev. Geo. C Harris. References Rt. Rev. Bishop Qulntard, 1. ii. 1 1 ' 1. 1 n T 1 ' . , I . ... mlcbael. Rev. Mr. Knth, Rev. Mr. Harris. Pntapsco Female Institute, Sear Bnltl more, 31(1. THIS Institute has been in operation thirty six years, and enjoys a national reputation, With the number of unnlls limited to nlnetv. it has representatives from two-thirds of tho States, principally South and Southwest, Its location is pre-eminently healthful, Is cen tral, anu easily reacneu uy raiiroau irom isai tlmore and "Washington City. For circulars. address Mks. IL II. ARCHER, au7 Klllcott Citv p. c Mil. EiSCAPE THE DANGER. " This Dyspepsia will kill mel" a sufferer cries. friend : TAim.NT's Seltzer aperient, lemomber, supplies The means all your fears and your tortures to end. The bilious, the nervous, the weak, the de presses Find this SAi.isESPECiKicasoverel.n balm: Fevered systems it cools, to the sleepless gives rest, And relieves the sick stomach of every qualm. Tarkaut's Effervescent Seltzer Ape- riest Is as refreshing to the palate as It Is benetllclal to the disordered system. tsu ooiu Dy an Diuggists. SOCTIIKIIN H00PSKIET and C0BSET HANTJFACTOR.Y, JTo. 888 MttinX Stroot WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL. FASHION AB L 1 Jolntless Skirts. Best Folding Bustle', Veritable French Corsets Stocking Supporters, Dress Shields, Pads and Corset Clasps. Goods Warranted. LOUIS LANGE. CHUECH ASD bEJIINARY MUSIC BOOKS A Specialty. Pianos & Organs On Monthly Payments 20 ilny piece of Music orjlnslcllooltsnre to be found at thin house. fepll N.5'iSt. - ST..LOCI9, MO. NOTICE. HOWARD ASSOCIATION Have established their Office at ONTO. XJ3 wost Court St., where all applications for NURSES will be supplied at any hour, Day or Night. By order of EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. J, G. JOHNSON & CO., COTTON BUYERS, : MEMPHIS, TENN. tm 1 OIL WORKS. BAKES & BABT0N Oil, Oil Cako and Cotton Seed Meal which they offer at the lowest market prices. 'iney inane vui-iua at.tr.u kal a p' cialty, and offer liberal inducements to con' sumersand the trade. They pay the highest market price In cash for Cotton Seed, lurnlsh kneks bnd twine on amplication to responsible dotIHs for tho shipment or seed to them, mate prompt re- urus.Hiiu i:euge ineir uast euoris ui meni. a h are public patronage. Rfer to Union and Planters Ila.ik; Messrs. Thoi. 11. Allen t Co.: J. H. To us- enil : Mw. To liran it P tMn&tJ JOB FEINTING HOUSE BOOK BIKTBEST ANE BLANK BOOK MAPFACTOEI S. C. TOOF, Proprietor, Ho. 15 West Courts treat MiSilPHIS, : : : TENKES3EE KS"The attention or the Merchants and Business Men or Memphis, Nortn MlsSMlnpl. Alabama and Arkansas, is particularly called to the superior facilities of this house for exe cuting orders for all kinds of JOB PBIMTIMG! Plain, Fancy and Ornamental, such as Pam phlets Constitutions, By-Laws, Blanks, Circu lars, Bill-Heads, Business nnd Show Cards, Letter Heads, Envelopes, Shipping Isgs, La bels, Receipts, Checks, wedding Cards, Boll Tickets. Invitations BOOKS Ledgers, Journals, Cosh Books. PRICES LOWAsfTHE E.OWESY rerfee.1 satisfaction srnaTfUiteeKl la every Instance. A call and an examination of my specimens Is respectfully solicited. 53. O. "X" 005. TRx-o-SO-tX- NICHOLAS ELLES, CANAL MILLS, Canal street, bet. Eighth and Ninth, EVAa&VlLLK, :::::: INDIANA jrAKCFACTUREB OF FAMILY AND PASTRY FLOURS. ALL FLOUR WARRANTED. TEXAS LANDS. Lands In Jackson. Liberty, Hardin and Orange counties, Texas, Improved and unimproved, prairie and timber, adapttd to sugar, cotton, corn, potatoes, stock-ranches, etc., wheie the winters are mild and summers delightful, a fresh sea-breeze dally, 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. I mean business: Titles all of record. H. 8. KEMBRT, Care 103 Front street, Memphis f-eotember. 187.. LAND, STEAM MILL, GIN, ETC. For sale, at positively less than half their value, cotton lands, timber lands; stock farms, containing from 100 to 500 acres, with peren nial springs and artificial fish ponds, well stocked; also a very valuable water-power; a steam mill of lorty-horse power, saw and grist, in running order; a sixty-saw gin, gearing and press, in good condition, ncai the new Psducah railroad, ten ortwelve miles north of Memphis. Titles good, or the county records will tell who lies. Refers lo L J DuPre.of theAcneal: M. D. L. Stewart. or thi Chancery Court ; or to a. a. iit-aiitin. Remberton, 12 miles north or Memphis" September 1. 1ST3.!4 J. W. CLAPP. J.P.MEUX. CLAPP & HEUX, ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW, 15 Union Street, Memphis. ftS-J.W. CLAPP will continun to practice In DeSoto and Panola Counties, Mississippi. LEOPOLD SIEBECK, Professor oTUusIc lu nil Its Brunches, Is prepared to Instruct pupils in Vocal or Instrumental Music, At HOLLENBERCS MUSIC STORE. 271 Sec ond street, or at the residence of applicants. To such as desire it, he Is also prepared to give lessons in me aui ot cu-iirodixiuiN. Applications will be received at Hollen berg's, as above, and bo promptly attendtd to. -I'ROl'RIETORS- Cor. ntlain & Bates Sis., ST. LOUIS. E. 0. 8TANARD. JOHN W. KAUFMAN ELS A TQBS Hydraulic, Steam Power, Hand Power Platform, Hoisiipc; Wheels, MANUFACTURED BV TAMES It. HAVEN & CO., OG Plum Mrect, Cincinnati. W We cannot give details in an advertise ment. All we ask Is a comparison of our ma chlneswlth others. sepl I rip! pn-- 4-':- 7 r 1 c V- prtera'lna far prri3udr J tlegunt, S 'rt & .X r-7 n , - P ZOIZ . TlCCrtTS, SXEAD, CucXAccfc ti.1 ccr C- VT CiA-. rnft'l n3 ElialUtane:ti ji ti:j t -r i;.,weJta( ttr. The CUSir LSTaZi3 rvvJcr U t VOSLP, rJ It VTZZL STEP O.V i4cijr cliautt f t ftart. ItlstreSeApte la Km U' cf Uonttleepcrts, 2Ttrt 3farlert, Ktigrmn.t$, Jtt . end Ii la fic In trtrj retpect, (W PEST TSAST POWDER "fer .Ac Etekm, tit Ctmp, tU Gc.jr SOLD ST X. DEALEBA HTEHTW1IE2H iTanafactriroa by DOOLET & BROTHER, 69 NEW STREET. NEW-YORK Book Agents Wanted forthe UNDEVELOPED WEST, or Klve Yar In tho Territories. By J. H. BEADLE, Western Correspondent of Cincin nati Commercial. The only complete history of that vast region between the Mississippi and the Pacific: Its Resources, Climate, In habitants, Natural Curiosities, Etc., with life and adventure sn Prairies, Mountains, and the Tacinc Coast. The book Is lllnstra'ed with over 350 fine engravings. Send for circulars, with terms. Address NATIONAL PUBLISH ING CO., Memphis, Tenn. JeZ7 dw LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE ASH GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD, UCKEDUIVE i Freight and Accommodation Train leaves dally, Sundays excepted, 5:10 a.tn Matt Train leaves dally ll:55 a.m N ash vllle Express Train leaves dally 4 :10 pjn sr No change of cars by this line for Louis ville, St. Loula or Nashville. Pullman Palace sleeplnz-cars on all night trains. For Tickets or Information apply at Ticket Office, Uo. 2fJ7 1-2 Saia Street. JOHN T. FLYNN, Sup't Memphis Dlv. Jaxes aezzp, Ticket Agent. JylJ FLOUR MILLS, E. M. AVPTMSOX. APPERSON & Wiolefale and, Retail BOOTS AND SHOES, For Gents', Bojs Tonth3', Ladles', 3Usse3iicl Children. 1-2 Main St., opp. Court Square, 3IeiisiIiiN W BUSINESS 9 Will be paid to any person who can prove that one of our FIRE XSS BDKGLAR PB00P SAPES or BURGLAR PROOF SAFES has eTer been Broken Open or Robbed by Burglars, up to tho present time. HAIL'S SAFI & LOOK COMPANY. CIXCDiJfATI, September 5, 1878. )GE, McKAY & OO. Cotton )LESALE G: AND COMMISSION MESCMANTS, Hfos. 371 and 373 MAIN ST., Ofler to the trade of Memphis and Merchanta of the Country A LARGJE A2fl SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, AT PRICES AS LOW AS AUY HOUSE IN THE TRADE, consisting in part of Flour oi all Grades and Brands. Sugars Louisiana, Dcmarara and all grades of Wliite Sugar. Jilolasses and Syrups, all grades and prices. SacU and barrel Salt. Tobacco all grades; superior assortment. Bulli Porli, S. C. Hams and casU Bacon. Coflec and Teas all grades. Bagging, Tics and A'alla. Lard Tierces, Bali Barrels, Kegs, Buckets and Thi-pail.i. Whisky all grades; none superior In market. Oysters, Canned Fruits, Raisins and Cheese. Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. And nil other Goods V ept In a Orst-class Grocery House. PROFESSIONAL. James O Piekce. Hzsbt F. Dir. PIERCE & BIX, AT O tlNEYS - A.T - L.1W, 43 1-2 Ilmll.ioii Street, MEMPHIS, ::::::: TENNKSSEK sJ. . MACC1BE, ATTORNEY A-D COBNS LLOB No. 41 Madison Street. Room 36 FREE ES AM BA1IDOLPB ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HAI5D1S, 2IISSISSIPFI. nv Bcloreroea: EsUs, Flier A Plnson, U.UMfiaobaDi, Ronttw & Co ly HANSON & ESTES, ATTORNEYS -AT -LAW 15 UNION STREET, Room 7 Lee Block, : : MEMPHIS, TESii DRS. A. WESSON & SONS, !13 MAIJf STREET, : DIEM PUIS ALL work guaranteed to be of the best Quality, and on the most reasonable terms. Teelh extracted by Laaehins-uas or San- tone, trlthout pain. Parties having sets of teeth not giving satisfaction, we take all such and make them perfect. A-WESSON & SONS. BEES B. EDHONDS0N, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 15 Union Street, Xeo Block, . MEJ1P ,::::::: TENNESSEE K. P. DUNCAN. U.W.OORDON. DUNCAN & GORDON, AXT0ENEYSAT-IAW, No. 39 MADISON STREET, MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE. H.T. ELLETT H. E. JACKSON 1 13. M. ESTES ESTES, JACKSON & ELLETT, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OFTICE-NO. 15IMADISON STREET W.W.Onr. J.H.McCi.iLLAir. T.C. Paek GUY.ffl'CLELLAN&CO IVHOI1ESAI.E GEOCEE8 COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2G0 & 262 FRONT STBEET, Memphis, : : : : Tennessee H AVE IN STORE and constantly receiving FKESii biuuk, consisung in pan oi Bacon Clearsldes, Clear Rib, Hams and Bnomatrs I.nrxl Tierces, Kegs, Palls and Case. Flonr All grades. Susnr Louisiana, Demarara and Refined. 3IoIniie9 nnd Sjrnp Every quality. llCSliST Hemp, Flax and Jute all grades Iron Ties All patents usually kept. Kope Hemp, Cotton and Jute. Liquors and Brandies. Flslt Barrels, half bbls. and kits. Soda, Soap, Snuff, Starch, Candles, and a General Assortment of Case floods, Offered to tho Trade at Inside Market Pricts. Consignments of Cotton Solicited. Liberal Cash Advances made on Cotton In store or In transit. Have our own warehouse and cuarantee correct welihts. sep5 Eoniig Men's Christian Associatio READING ROOMS No. 10 West Court SU Booms 14 an 15 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. OPEN DAILY From 9 njn. to 12 m. irom a too p.m., ana irom 7 to 10 pan. On Sundays from 2 to 8 pjn. The best Periodicals of the Day, In addition to a .LiargQ iiorary, X ICO lo aii, OFFICERS: E.B. Francis, Prest. Dr JIBrarahall,V. PS W.G.Orgaln,Rec.sec.A.W.Newsom1Cor.8ecl 8. J. Junkln, Treasnrer. Regular business meeting first Monday night In each month. Literary and Social Kaer olses each succeeding Monday night. Prayer meeting every Batojair - jhla Class Irotu pan. everj " ''f 8pl5 A. E. nmED.1T. KEimEDAY, Sealers In all Kinds of MEN 6ENEB Factor LIQUORS. A. VAOCXiO. B. VAC04JM,. VA0CAUC O. THOXII JlHTS. Importers and Bealera la WINES, IiZUOHS AND CIGARS, No. 32 Front Street. - Kemphih JOHM IiIIiIiY, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN mi & LIQUORS 358 3ain St., Memphis, Temu DIGKIHSON.WILLUMS&GO COTTON TAGTORS, Coinmission aud Produce M3HCEANTS, No. 268 FRONT STREET, Memphis, Tcnn. Liberal advances made on consignments. NEWTON FORD. D. T. PORTER, W.F.TAVLOR. G. Vf. MACRAE. FORD, PORTER & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTIOUS, Commission Mercliants, Xo. 35 Union Street, MEMPHIS, TEXSESSEE. Agents for the celebrated Cheek Cotton I'resa.' REMOVAL. Jons T. Hteattox, formerly of Stratton, Mc- DavlUACo. John L. Wxi-uons.late Graham A Weliroid. STEATT0N & WELLE0BD COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MEB CHARTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 240 Front Street, oor. Jefferson GAGE & FISHER, COTTON FACTORS, SOS !Front Street, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. j.j. nusnr, m. d.johhson, l.h. coe. Memphis. DeSoto co., Miss. Memphis. BDSBY, JOHNSON & CO., AND Commission Mercliants, S70 FKOJiT STREET, MEMPHIS. References State National Rank. TeSoto Bank, Clerman National Bank, First National Bank. I,FoitaMC(i. COTTON FACTORS AND ioteattocm 360 & 362 Front St., Memphis. 0 FFER TO THE TRADE, at lowest market prices, a large siockoi Barging 22; Iron Ties and Baling Twine; r xour, every graae ; sugars, la, ana nennea. Byrops and Molasses, Coffee, Tobacco and Cigars, Whiskies and Wines; Salt, Nails, Lard, Mackerel. Soap, Starch and uanuies, d amines ana uovs uysters, And a large assortment of CASE GOODS and sncn other articles as appertain to oar busi ness. We make the sale of COTTON A SPECIALTY, and have every facjllty to enable ns to serve our patrons aavauiageoosiy. sepl FONTAINE CO, AVOID QUACKS. A victim of early Indiscretion, causing ner Tons debility, premature decay, etc hiving tried In vain every advertised remedy, has discovered, a simple means of self-cure, which no will sena iree xo uu jtuiuw-suuerera. Aa dress J. V. BEEVES, 7 Nassau Ner MEDICAL. TO PBEVSNT GEAY EAIE, TEL STtVDS nrwmialed-haTTnff pmrnl iwrtrtc- jtstxteea iilfi rentKxpwltiorrtaciJ Fa..ra. 1. r & cir-tol ; leaven uo suipbor or otlwr haul fiupll on ike luur, bat fLnc perfamp J?tt i .nnep tbe hair to rM leu loot rM or piufe, only n&iar&I Uil bnnrn or Mactc fai the retuU In a few apptwAUooit. HttiitXH neither bauds calp or rlolb 'HiKr Cans dandmff. atojn tin hair from tailing out, arvl cuits Any h-ulacnemtbla ten mlnutpa. J. K lo. 3ta.no fact orer an-i Proprietor, JCetr TMrk VHy atfl Sacramento, Cat. A your tlrug t. and cive It a fair trail. C. C. WARD &. liRO , pariaTWT. Aeutir. WTO AND BLOOD RENBVER A combination unequaled In the world for the rtinwusn so coiumon'to this cliangeaUe and debilitating climate. Irea Is the life of human Mood j It Is Ph8phorns that gives vitality to the brain and power to the nerves. You will observe that the combination of these two great elements constitutes the cen tral idea In this wonderful remedy. The vegetable agents aro simply adjuncts in re sterlag healthy xeeretloa, and assisting to diffuse and appropriate the potent elements above mentioned. It never falls to give strength and Vigor to thedcbrHtated. For sale by aH druggists. CLOUD, AKIN & CO., Wholesale Agests, selO Evnninrille Indiana. HOSPITAL. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. JL AM prepared to take charge of a few Insane Person. Snch accommodations as may be desired can be secured. Onalongand large experience in the treatment of this class of cases, with a reference to the profession and community who know me, I must depend for puDiie cennaence. Aaaress, Dr. J. R. ALLEN, mnj 1 'V5tfVart street. SAIL-MAKER. CASSJSY & MILLER, SAIL MAKERS AND COTTON BUCK AGENTS, KCT7 0BXEAXS, - LOUISIANA, MANUFACTURERS OF ALL SIZES AND qualities of Tents, Tarpaulins, TYfijoa-CoTers, Every description of AwirutGS, Wixdow and noon Shades: also, Flags or all Nations Busnsos. all colors, etc. Wholesale dealers In Manilla, and Tarred Rope, ail sizes' from the Plymouth Cordage Company, Fly mouth, Mass. We keep on hand, ready for shipment, a large stock of all the above arti cles. CASSIDY t MILLER, 107 IVrrnnAS Street, near Camp, t Vtjt OrU.n. I T1 11 on a. OILS. ESTABLISHED 1846. O. F. PIIESCOTT. J. I. PKESCOTT. I J0BBSKD DEALTSS IS- GOAL OIL, LARD HEAD-LIGHT OIX, MINERAL SPERM OIL, AND tvt a QjEciJsng oils, CoalOll Lamps Burners, Chimneys, Wicks, Chandeliers, Brackets, Lanterns, and Lamp Stock ofevery kind. Manufacturers of Ger man, Rns'n and Palm Soaps; Tinware and Pressed-Ware, Xo. 33 Union Street. Memphis. TEirrressEE. PLUMBER. J. W. x. BROWNE, STEAM AND GAS FITTER 16 Jefferson Street, BETWEEN" MAIN AND FRONT ESTABLISHED 1S33. GRAINGER & CO. PHOENIX FOUNDRY, Steam Engines, Boilers nnd Mnchlnery Tor Grist Mill', Saw Mill's Distilleries, etc. Shafting, Pulleys, Hangers, Iron Pipes, Gudg eons VTanss, water Wheels, xooacco Screws, Copper Work, Bras Work, Steam Gauges, AVhlstles, etc - -- REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO Tenth St., bet. Main and Blier, LOUISTILLE, : : ; : KENTUCKY. MEMPHIS WHOLESALE CMS. HERZOG & BROTHER TTH0LESALE DEALERS IS Papers, Flour Saclcs, Twine Statlonory, 2Uto. nnn th a annrcashins Cotton Season we I f offer Special Bargains In COTTON BAM-i Ob Fb Frisco h & 0 o Paper wareliouse. Paper Goods generally at Eastern prices, ' rflHE train on Paducah and Memphis Rail guaranteed. II road will reach Memphis at 10 ajn. and Cor. Jellerson aiiu nrrnna if ecia. MEDICAL. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S "PRIVATE MEDICAL DISPENSARY XO.20S3IAIX STKEBT. ITp-stalrs, bet. Adams and 'Washington SIEXVUIS.'CSAX. EsUbllshed In 1M. fli. JOHNSON is acknmrl4cM by all pa--tiettDtereoled. Mltyfarth moHtsnrr-. . falPhyilcisn In the treatment ot uriji.- , r secret diseaies. Qulek, thomsuth and perm..- ueafc cum yfiarafl(rl in every t raal -female. ReeenteasetofOoTioirl.e:!., dfjr -lis cured in a few days, without " r n , mercury, change of diet or lno.1 i rt r. -buMnem. !ecoDdaryHmhlll-t- eradicated wllboot the ue of ury. v.Fiuuisry iixm ot J I 111, II .t.jpj-u a -ti Unii1. nirerers from InjDovtii cr k... . sexual power restored 1 tr. , r in s r. wrKf. v tcf :ms of :i-.ih'i- t exee- .j veny, -u3rringfriiiii '.Kft! .bhw ;: -, of physical aad intutx. p. r Mraur n I permanently eared. fanlcalar-attentK-n j-n-l to je Vi-ou i nomeB.aod mrirn arxn t ! . remhedlS.aad "I" T A" ewltatlo strtatty imi (HiaWl. .r, !" DHI xpwa all ran of ii e country. m hoars 'rom a.m. pj. Hsstsdayt, ISnnUrupt Sale or Tirenlj-fonr Rnndrnl nuit Mxly five Acrp. or Lauil. In Uw mallw sf Jarnea I". Flunnf, Bsakrr.pr , in uansrapicy, at jiunuruie, AUtiamn. 3Y VITUE of an order of mitt, eatcre ! n tbeDtstrletC'OBrtaftkfllnlMd Nu . - the District of Alabama, I mi, on Monday, the 13lli dy Orfelwr, 1873, at the southwest comer of ttssta f adiMi. streets, in the city of MrBtphi-, Tennewf.-, sell to the Mshest MdJer, Jbr rxrh, a. the right, title and Ictereax, 1-ial andtquluMp, which b?iOD8d to Mm mm bAnkrupt jt t;. date of flllD? his pollttoa ta bsnkraptcy i and to the foHowlag diuiiwl real twqt, t.,- All or seettoa 7, K i rm ! .jorth. range 7 1 . All of seetton Is, tonshfp S aortn, rasce 7 All of section IS, towaslrlB(Boitli. raae 71-. North half of section S. traxhiia & n,r ranee 7 B. AM one nndlTtded one-slxtt l:itrastln sec tion 2, township 5 north, rasce 7 east. Fas' half of section 27, tenlf Snortli, ran it- 7 east. Theeasthaif of th wt h.i nfu, tin,. 27, township 5 north. raDe 7 rat. All lyiu m vtiiwuuca cuuaiy, ?uie OI ArJUttnas Little Reek railroad. "wurenw unre t enlrr Xo. , acrea, c Mand Ko. . )-x Sherby county, Tennwse. .rt, oar anamiaa oae-twelfth iDterext m entry No. M. for 3&i aeran. lvlnw in siuttMr Tipton coBflttes, Ten Denize. Maps and evMenee of t tle, and any iaforto, aUon. furnUhed by applying to C. C. Burke, ynAKXJW A. r ABB'S, Assrnee. Belrne. Ilnmea 4 Gordon. 8o?1ci:o Adiiiiriisi-tor,s Sotice. r BTTKRK of AdmlttMnlloa haTtntr been ble lxoftt Ceert ol -brtby rouQir. m the tslat of KieHant WailoD,(lMat: Notice i hereby given to all pmoa lndbtd to twUt esfcftt, to come forward aod wrtt e the same to me for pajmeut -within the time prate; itxM CURNELITJS GRIFPIN. Administrator Richard Weltion, dee'd, sepll No. Prnt street. CHAKCEEY SALES. Cliancery Sale ol Ileal Estate On Satnrdij, Ocbber 11, 1SJS. No. M7, R. D. Second Csaaeery Coort of fhelby coHnty, Tesmee. Wm. Jforrow et al. vs. Cnartes Jeoes et si. Yvlrtaeol an ordr of sale made in the above statod ene on Jnlr iaa i w.n In pursuance of said order, ottVr for mle, a public auction, and sell to the hlchest bidder, in front of the oSee of tae Kvannd Chancery COartor Shelby rrmntT Ttiniinaiwr (wniav Opera-Hoase, beeond street, city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Satardaj-, Oetober 11, 1873, within legal hours, the following described real estate, to-wit: situate, lying and belne :r. the county of Shelby ami state ot Tmmo, described as follows, to-wit: The south iti) twenty-four .-Hul hr-ua'--ters feet of the east (50) fllty feet of elty lot In olvll district No.ll. Also, lot 530, at the soothea4 corner of Sec ond and Monroe streets, is the Hth eiTil dis trict. Al,one-half of lotW, at the eomr of Sec ond and Jackon street.. Also, north one-third of lot S3, at the corner of Third and Washington btrert, la 9th cItu ditrlet. Also, the west forty-nine and three- quarters feet of lot tod, oa tfce south side cf Court street. Also, north half of lot 37, la the Greenlaw and Saffarans subdivision, at earner of Second and Greenlaw streets. Also, lot 45, on bayon, at the eoraer of Con cord and Auction street. Also, west part of lot 96, on tbeweet side of Main street. All or which said totalis in the city or Memphis, Shelby eotinty, Tmwwe. And also, lots 2, J, 1, $,, 7, , ML K, Hand 11 of Jones' subdivision of the Wrhtht tract, lyius and being in the county cf Ssbelbr, State of Tennessee. Terms of Sale On a credit af six months; purchaser or DurehasersbXMOtinK sate witn approved security, ilea retained. Uqslty of redemption barred. xnis aepiemoer s, M. D. L. SOTS WART, Clerk ami Master. W.V. McDorxi.r, Sol, for rompiainant. TRUSTEE SALES. Trustee's Sale. UNDER and by virtue of a trust deed, exe cuted on the 22A dav of Julv. 1tc Iit- James M. "Walker and his wife, Ellen Walker for the purpose ot securing the indebtedness therein described, aud which deed is of lecord In the Register's office or Shelby eoonty, Ten nessee, In Book No. US, page 1L", I, as the trus tee named therein, will, on TYednesflar, Octolier S, 1873, between the hours of 11 o'eloek am. ami i m., sell to the highest bidder, lor cati, at the fj.t i.r fill, ttni-io ... f ... ..I n... - Ml art.. Main street, lu the city of Memphis, the fol lowing described real estate, to-wlt: A certain lot or parcel cf land, situate. (Tintr arnl twin;- In the city of Memphis, ebelby county, Ten nessee, being a part of bioek No. $ on the map or plan of sold city, beginning at the south east corner oi xauKnaoer a iot, teeaee west wardly with the line of said lot two hundred and nfty-olx leet. more or les-,to the center c f bayon Gayoso; thence sooth wardlr with tho meanderings of said bay. u forty-one and one half feet, more or Itm, to a stake; thence eastward ly and parallel with said Link hauer's south line, two hundred and flfty-sli feet to Causey street; thence northwardly with the west line of Causey street forty-one and one-half feet to the beginning, together with all the im provements thereon. The equity of redemp tion is waived In said trust deed, and the title believed to be good, but I sell and eonvey i trusteeonly. I). E. MYERS, Trustee. beptem her 17, 1S73. Trnstee's Sale. BV virtue of a deed of trust executed on the 6th day of February. 1671. hr B. It- W. II. and Z. T. Bickers, asd roylMertd In the itegisier s omco oi seeioy eeUBy, xennessee, in book No. 78. oase 9K. 1 will, at the reauest of the beneficiaries, between the hours of ID and 12 o'clock, on Saturday, 1st Daj of XoTeraber, 1S73, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets. In the city of Memphis sell at public auction, ior casn, to ue BiBet rnsier, ine fallowing described real estate, lo-wit: Lying and belne in the countr of Shelbv. State of Tennessee, being the SE of section 11. T. 1, R. 8 west, contalnlni; oae nHBdred andsixtv acre?, being the same land sold by ChancerV CourU Novembers, 186s, to said B. R- Bickers and P. N. Woodward as th property of the heirs of Daniel Harrison. All riaht or enuitr of redemption Is expressly waived in said trust ueeu. me uuu is Deuevea looegocil, bnt I sell and convey only as trustee. oci j. . niKii, Tru'tee. COTTON PRESSES. GHEES COTTON PRESS. 1WILL. as Heretofore, devote my persons, attention to the manufacture of this WROUGHT IRON SCKEW PRESS, as it ow surpasses all others, both for horse and steam power. I am determined that it shall continue to ao so, and sustain me unnvaieu character that it has attaiaed and to which It Ls lastly entitled. I also manufacture that extraordinary ana most wonderful machine, the l hk t'ottou Htaltt Crnsber, which must necessarily su percede all hand labor for clearing oS the old stalk. All orders for either the Press or Crasher must be addressed to OKU, POUTER CO., 35 Union street, Memphis, Tenn. Jy23 M.D. CHEEK, Patentee. TEE REYNOLDS IMPROVED REVOLVING SCREW COTTON PSSS Is on Exhibition and for sale at Swift's Iron ana uteei works, No. 196 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. JTII13 celebrated Press ls now so improved L as to work by steam, hand, or horse power, t ls the most simnleand eosllv worktacr Press now In use. Send ice circular ana price-list. we nave aiso ineiargeustocEoi lur.uaDd, Ilonn. sheet, and Soller-Iron. south of tha Ohio river, which we offer for sale at the lowest possible rates.. Our Iron ls manufac tured at.aewparc.iKj.,auu wosuussKeu to be of flrst-"i " aaallty. au HHontiR, Agent. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. OC3 I. W. WILBUR, SupT.