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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1873.
E1 r -1 x jta, -.uil Ca'S Me Has ? 1 i- i tse I AS ; r t at t (lea Mm ICS t IP 1 .a 1 - 1 . 5 : 1 8 Li -I 1IPMS APPEAL RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY: One eofiy, one month,'by mall ,7i..S I OO ' Oneeon-. sir months, by mall,, 5 00 Cue copy, one year, ly iuall--. 10 00 One obhv. see week. In citv 25 WEEKLY: One one year- 2 50 a 00 C4eta J Ten or more, each est-.fi sent free of charge. 0r Ml lMi arc krfi bsf poUtglces, ami not UtlKimkf lttnet. .to srs"r paper eflBMli-i ewe jxwfiijtee to iiitstasr. lac wasters both rtuU&crs slandd be CHKM. HATES OF ADVERTISING " IN DAILY APPEAL: First Insertion, persquare fl 00 butbsequqat insertions per square SO For tsoo or more squares a reduction on above rales in projiorfion. 1 19$ WtfilMd nonpareil make one square, and iZdtSthlkte-make'Mcinc . Ial Xtttccs are 20 cot per One or first in sertion, IS cents per tine .er toeek, and 12J cents per Hne Jer month. WanU, -, are 19 cents per line first insertion rots cents per Hne eaeh ntbsaptemt insertion. Death and Morriaoe notices free of charge, but jHcrat no tees, obituaries, and eemjMment aro notices at marriages, are chargtd at regular rates. W WM not aeeefi ant advertisement loaUeu First or Iburth page advertisements, stafan cry, doueit rates. We smUtH letters and communications upon -usjaoli of general Merest, but sveh must attvayi be aemmfignied by a responsible name. We wK not return tweeted communications. AH titters, eomm unt cations, or anything eite er the Appeal, should not be addressed to any individual connected with tl e0lee, but simply the APeAL, Memphis, Tcnn. FINANCE AO TRADE. Office of the Daily appfal.1 Satckday. October So, 1S73. J riXANCIAL. Owmwer market remains nominal mid wt-hetat ohasge. Commercial bills on New1 Yrk -re lk by the banks at k ar caL o iwd cheeks are to'd at jr. On nostoa the bHjPtMg rate is 1 per cent, discount. On l'hila tMphfb &ni IbrfUBwre a virtual embargo ex intR from some unexntained caue. thoueh intgonded banks in te east continue to un otOe te nuaocial sltnation. On western 4tl. Auir is the mwc botli bn vine and seMtMK. as oa New York. Aft kinds of ioeal HvantNs are reported Bomlnal and unsaid abb?. VOTTOS. Satesef ttt bo, and the market U to K lower limn yesterday, one ouyer maue no rwi wmi elim-r, Mi Included in the abOTe. A MMenf M bales even rucnlns strict low mid illlHK m)M at HJc. 1( bales Ktrict Rood ordi uary t lJc, and l,l)ales Mrlct good ordinary tv low BtMMliBg at figuies below the above raiee. Kaetir were anxious and in some cws -Hfs ap)led to make RacriHcos, vnue uk lew onj era in inc niarri euei;tn bud Uiioo their own way. Naw York quo led lew middling at 15c, and middling at lfc NewOriwiK reported mHdllng at l-'Kc, in oerUitad rhnaks. w4tieh is not moscr bv about 5 per eeat- and Liverpool was flat The market clewed brr af IoIIowk: Uood ordi liorj- litAc, low middling 13?,Uc, middlluz 14 Uc. rtrlct middling llJliJic, ami good uiNMne; ie i-o lc COTTON STATEMENT. 1ST3 1,725 1,N at,7i ni 21,'jee: Ceip(' t-d. Stti(d to day.. Stock on hand Total reeeiptfi Teial, b-lpmeot. ; . IMPOItTS. !emphW kmtL Ctiitrfeston .Memptus asa mio Padttcah and Memphb... Memphhi and Little Kock railroad. ntenmers Krfiwa4d per wagon and oilier sources 130 BXPORTS. Memphis and Cliarteston W7 Mointttilaawi Oiiio 43 Blaaiiieni nurtii... GENERAL MAItUCT. Qsusmttmts are for nmnd lots, nnlet othenrtte exttresoedf and for feed and produce, fefoe nstes. rvr tmatl parciuurs amt oraers, rases are profiorttonatetsi Mm&rr. Only a leaai ntdor trade was reported bday. An upward bound steamer disrhargud a few haodred saeka ef salt, which, with Um loaal aekt' cotton and seed cargoes, were tbe ouljr reeelpth of t reeht. Ubax Last sales were at SI9 per ton at the levee. Is a retail way SI 1(1 per c-wt. Butter Goen sw, and other grades U..r; fer eboiee and medium lower. Bniusns' JIatekials In store prices are: tVtaeot, loaisville, per bbl. ?J 75AS; Roen daleteareeMS 50. Lime, per bbl, SI 501 00 by lte car-load. FIrt-brirk, ier 10, ?T. Hair. K 2t per 4Mb bate. Plaster, Michigan, $1 New YoVtx rl 25 Kan The' market isdrooping and prices lower; elear sides Sc ; dear rib.fc3,'c ; shoulders, s'ie; MKar-eured hams, 16sl5Vc; breakfaal 'moun llU. BAl-lMi .tcffs Quiet. We quote: Bac ginic 2 aad M Hi breeds, M)flc. iron Ues, e &te, BtdinrTtwitX', 13V14c. CABBAB-Per erate 598. Coknmbal Last sales were at f 25, deliv ered. Cotton Hsmk Deesslon in the oil market causes only per ton to be offered. Oskx l'riees nominal at 672c Kgos Market beavy and sales slow at 23c. Fruit Limbobs scarce at Slsetll per box. Oranges, S-S SO per barrel, and apples SB SOg S3 00 per barrel, the latter for choice. Flook Medium gradesOrm. Inferior.Sl 50 5; superior, 00; extra, SO 25?7 25; latuily, 7 5d 50; fancy. 008 75. Uhocbie Sogar, crutibed, powdered and grnaaiated, per pound, in barrel, l?X12c; Holt refiaed, yellow and white In bbl,il2c; Drown ami yeiiow, in iiuus. scarce, juoiuyses. and yellow rebaiied, SimXc. in bbls, and 510c IMBHf I U J,m,i nun. uu aoj,. oujuni- lHHise syrups in bbis, inferior to choice, oOft hla ber in Dull mils ana Kegs; sugar- 75c bolt, deraesMc, by the car-load, S2 3D per 2S8 lb. barrel. Conee, loo, per iu interior to choir 3Rtfic; Java. choice. Candles star, per 1 b lsfctSV Rice, be. Starch, SgSKc Soda, sme. Sean, extra olive. 7c ; German, 6 trWe ; Inferior, ttTSbc. Hay Per ton. SfiieK for choice, and SI 40 per cwt atreull. Lard Inactive. In llercesSec: andin kaasaud bucket M)4c forretlued ; 1 u cases 1?Suts Peanuts SAllc per lb the up per price tor wbite. Coeoaauu, , per liRBdred,SD an. i-ecans Litste. Aimonus. soft shelled, 34Ctftc -Pilberts, JTlSc Rrarll nuts lie. Walnuts none. Nails Rates il 73. Naval tsreiiEs Oaknm, American navy. 5 SB; best do, Sfi. Resin, per bbl, No. I, S3; No. 2, SI SO; virgin resin. . Tar, per bbl, ?; half bbl. I&Altteii. ner bbl.Sf 3Jl Turpentine. Vxu Olii-CBriiea. pereallon, Wt2wc: lard, 7)t 7.; V4t Virginia IBbrlcsUlBg.-Glob' 50 sac; sperm, TBinemi, c; raie9u,raw, sim bolted, SI 12; cotton-seed, crude, 40g42c. Onions sJe In a Snail way lrom store at S4 S4j04 50 per barret. Oats Last mles were. at 53851c for mixed and white. DsTATeBS In a small way,S273. Sweet potoes fresh, SS 5l per barrel. ISjcltry Cldckeus, S2 504 23 per dozen, as in quality. Geese, S 00 per dozen, and turkeys S42 i per dozen. Cattle Tbe market is well supplied wiUt good caUie, whleh sell slowly at from 3 to 4HC wr pound, gnwsaslu quality. Cows scarce and eotKmaad lrom SCT, to Su per head. Calvts are scarce ad littltMloitig. !-kk- lln liir i ' M-pply. with a good demand s , . llosng. ffe-reo auH ivti$5jc. M0NETAUY ASD FIXAXCUL. KEW YORK. Nw Youk. Ootober 24s No specially, jiew features were bnxigbt out tbi afternoon, but n geseral feeling el dtstnast took rHwsesMiou oi i lie arkes, nditocks were heiivMj' piessetl tor sale at price ranging from 2 to 4 per ccnC hsluw unetaUens current in tlte fre now. Te decline, it is said, vim etiietly ranted because several large time jOanVof money on which blocks of anderbilt stocks were cornered and matured, and lenders re fused to renew them, accordingly tbe stock had to be sold. The standlDgcau.se for the de cline in inUy circulated that Coauuodart VaaderMH was stek. Thismmor was (i-lekty was qulcklv denied onl toglv place to anoth er to the eiiect that there wss a hllch tu nego t ia4tas between tbe Trust company and Laku Sboie, and that tbe ComitKXlore rould not pat up tbe seearieOes he had -agreed to. When this report had gone Die rounds, it gave plaee to mere Btiscbev iou rumors, that sote larsie stock firms were in trouble, but the day ilsfM1 i toned. The decline In Vanderbuilt s'oeks brought out the other long stocks aod the bears also sold freely, which assisted tbe downward movement. Mon ey opendJoW: W on tan bear side, lor thereaseir that dt is new easier to sell than to buy stoeks, and this carries prices down on every unfavorable rumor. Money ranged from 7 to 7 1-32, and closed ai the lower rate. Foreign exchange was qultt and steady at lttSS for prime DaiiKen nii 1! lkTl Zt 1,11 M,7H7 i:13 V71 - ,tt,l2S Li 1W HU Si. TW u.sit.sjwwu-vwd. New Oelean. October 2S.-Oats dull at S5g and ilrm aHiHoW. Itaies pa id -1 -iK IK)rk!ul' end r.omlnal at SIB. Sugar non? unr operations for the week at the New "iork . - oltiee included a disbursement of SWOJaO in ! . fViJSZioro RIVER INTELLIGENCE. Specie exports for the week were S 190,000, , principally silver bars, and imports ovet i ilW-n. General luercliandlse Imports, In- Bont- Leaving To-Day. eluding dry goods, Sj.mi.iW. Produce export, . , " , -:.UILi3. Governments dull and strong. State J ckksburg -4DIIA ru a-'"v oondsduU. Railway and misceilaueous srieeu-1 'Arrived. LJ . 3S latton was linn at the oenlug, and prices I made a fractional advance over the improve ment of yesterday afternoon; the. market, Mxm beeame weak, aod a general decline fol lowed, ranging from to liy, iwr cent. There was a slight reeovery sliortly before, and at the second eall. but this was also soon lost, and great depression mld from thai C i out. western Union advanced lrom W, , i ri7i,.. and later declined six Der cent. Net, V ork Central fell on lrom '.to sX, and loft I ,,ir ut Hi IjiknShore 1-eoeded from ( to (o and dosed at K- Rook Island deeiiued lrom 'lT4toh7H; Delawor, Lackawana und West ern from S! to h5: and Mew Jersey Central lrom tm to 87. Wabash rose from 4K to 111, and sold late In the day at SJK The folIoing were the closing quotations: sterling exchange. 10i; coupons or 1661, 1U&; 5 S-or IMS, 1H; V4,10b; 105, 109; new '. 111)1; newt?, lli;edapous oflhtW, 118; new S 1X; MMss lOti; ourrency 6's W?,; Mts snuri.KSK; Tennessee, okl, m; Tennessee, new. s; Virginia, new. ; Virginia, old, Ti; North Carolina, old. W; North Carolina, new, M; Canton, 42; Western Union tele ;rawh eempany. SIS; Qittel-dlver, I?. dhM fess company, "sV; WeHsrfiFai- ,. ezjpress comtmuy, as; AtsanwH jwei- 1 express eentpany. s4K; Onited . M eoniiBy, ITH; PaeTnc MfJl. cmhW ubwi e. MuwX zpress Erie nreterli;3I"'lem,taJM Harlem'pre fetred, Itt Michigan Centr-T, Cleveland and lUitUUift"orfhwnif33grth. wtetern pi-efertFd," 60: lSK.lsUtadAif7; New Jersey Central, 88: St. Paul, Wi; preferred, 51: Wabash, 'St'i; Wabash preferred. 75: Fort Wayne. 83: Terre Haute.. 5; preferred, 25: Chicago and LAllnn. ua preferred. Us: Ohio and Mississippi, uancinnau, ijoiamuun and ClevdRnd, uttriineton ana Qulncr, ! Lnkoliore, Indiana Cen fral, li llllnol Central, 91 f Unfbn Pacific, ltinl central t'acinc uonaR, bsh; union tra1 dllc bonds, 72'j: Delaware and Lackawanna LONDON'. London-. October 2j. 33 n.111. The amount of bullion withdrawn from the )i:ink of Y.nz- lanti lOHiay, was a,uu pounas 01 wnicn iw.vm wsiprxuv lotK. 1118 .uusMa, wmcJi sails Id ilaKt2lkM tS-Uj!Xn5cnnstt1a.-monev. VOXCM it!': TtlTotlhU- t&l L JKW&T2fiC20i of 'A. it--: .iv-ius' vik; new 03 wi Eiie,je, - KltANKPOUT. FnfUVk WT,Octobejl6.--2as, of '62, SCJi. PATHS. v Pabis, October 2i. Rentes, S7f, 13c. G01T0X tMAKKETS OF THE jVOKLU. NEW YORK, Nkw York. October 25. 10-S. Cotton report to-day from all United States ports: Receipts, 1 1M hdleK ; exports t o Great Drltaiii, Wl!) bales ; i the continent, S bales; stock, rt, 171 bales HI:.Ha.m. Cotton Ik very dull and denresseil ii$w.m. uouon u, verj- uuu auu uepresseii; ldlDB IHffllKc for low middling. 1a.m. Futurra easy: Kales, 3B00 bales: Jan ry, 1V-13 7-16c; February, K415 11-lBc; irch.ls':151Wbc; April, lnluftc; Octo' mooing iitwiioC lor low iniQQiin; J nary March ber, l&Uti&m November. -1S December. lo'c. ' " 12:S p-m, Cotton Irregular; ordinary, 13Kc; eood ordlnan1. HVic: low mlddllne. Ilia: mid. dIinx,1SKc;Alabama, lc; Orleans and Tex- as,i.T'4c. .wii s lo-uay to exporters, a Dales; to spinner. WO bales: to arrive. SOS bales: lavt evening export1", &6 bales; to spinners, 2U0 1220 p.m. Futures are quiet; sales T100 bales: Jauuarv. I'jali ;-!!?: Kebruarv. 1V 15 1S-1; ; Octobernoiiiinal; November, lie; De- -:'5ilt&Mj4lIt; sa'. 12."00 bales; JaHiAraLM15 MUWo; Kelirnarv.lo: March. liTc: AW.aWc:Octoberiiominal; No vember, U X-tnli li-Hky, December, 13 3-163 ti7-s:c; Januarj', i v&s sasx. N1W ORLEANS. Nf.w (Iiiieass October 25, 11 -M Cotton ajMlet; sales MW bale.; mlddting, lc. 2 p.in Cotton irregular; salessn) bales; middling, ltfvi& 4c; receipts, torn ouies. LIVEUPOOL. I.TiTBrrtflT. fintobcrSi. li n.m. Arrivals lnT' OcliilM'rhnd NovemberthlDinenU'. 1 1 .1 UIA,. X-npn.nK.. .1 ccmber&lilpmeuts owts Rood ordlnary.Sjd; new crop iioiivery, oa-iuu. iuuuinuua mi 1 p.m. Cotton Bat and Irregular; sales, 8000 aies: exoonsauu Mecuiaiiuu. iuw uaieo; up- llaml ji: Orleans. KUAStal. - p in. uxion OftLaoa lrieguiar; euick, cum uaies; export ana tpecmaiiuu, iwu uum. American, -1800 bales quotations uncnan.eu 4;ani.m. -Arrivals 1-tad dearer: sales. Octo- beraud Novel! ber suipn.ents, basis good ordi nary, at , SAVANNAH. SA.VASCWGII, Octaberte. Cotton .falfly ac- ue; jJuHua, w, wuiv. exports continent, 238 bales; coastwise, 4116 bale? ; salts, 2Si? bales; stock, 4S001. GALVESTON. Galveston, Cctober C3. Cotton, demand good and holders Ann; sood ordinary, 14c; ordinary, 12V$c; recelptifc; exports coastwbc, vi;saief, .u.,;siock, nwi. CHAItLESTON. CuakIiston, OcteberSa. cotton lower and in fotr demand. MtddlimrsJiktc: low mld- dlinllKc3J5UitaP6d,ordinary.l3i611c; net receiuus ii utues; jtijfvs. t,ipv, epuiLaiu. Great Dntflib, 1,89s; smes,'100; stock, - -MOBLE. r Mohile. Octoljer 25. Cotton lrreaular: mid- JIIues, low mlddllHgs HJic; strict good ordinary, UV$16ic; receipts. Ll: sales 195; stock, lf5W. LOUISVILLE. Looisvilt.e, "October 23. Cottdtt-aiomlnal; low nuuuuug, H'jK. - f f 1 " I , ST..LOOIS. i t C. I U, Sr. Ioo is, October 25. CottoD fair demand nut lower rates-iic lor mmuiiu NASIIVILLE. NAtHyiLiiK, Oelober 25. Cotton dull and prices bVdenjdjn3yalSXc. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, Orlober 9k. Cotton lower to seii-it-'1e, DBY GOODS 31 IRKET. New York, October 2E. Tliere was rather more activity in tne.oDOjng trade to -day, uut manufaetHrers' agents continue pilet. S-irague prints were' closed out at 9o by a large iobbiiig-house, and Richmond prints are reduced to Wc. The market for cotton goods shows less firmness and some price reductions nave open inaue, reppereii ana uiconia nue brown arc down oue cent, per yard. PE0DUCE JHA.EKETS. CHICAGO. CmiAOO. October 25. Flour ouiet and un changed. Wheat quiet, weak and lower; No. 1 spring 1 07; legular fl 07&ai 09K: north western No. 2 spring SI W jRlVlU cash : Si Kfe, 1 02K seller November; a OTsclter Decei ber. Corn ouiet. and a shade lower; Novem ber mlxeu 37' sC cash; 37&.'i?c seller November: 3S7.C seller December. Oats ouiet and weak ; No. 2 31Wc cash or seller November; i.ye ,uiei ana nncnangeu ijuiimuu u ...... j v quiet and weak; No. 2 i" ftjciSL Provisions steady. JIes J'ri: 112, sewjllJ old ; cash SI'-' ; $12 K December; 1225 January. Lard steady; sales seller February at 75c new; cash li' .c. Loose bulk meats s.eady and most sales pri vate, llacon nominal. Wniskr ouiet and un changed at t0c Freights Arm and higher, and vessels scarce; liuilalo c corn;tif9 7c wheat. LOUISVILLE. Locisvillk. October 25. Baeslng steady at 15c. Flour in fair demand and unchanged. heat oulet'aud in limited demand at 1 20a 1 40 on nrrival. Corn in fair demand and sup ply good; ear and shelled. In sacks, 6Cm63c. Oats are held steady at 4f3I7c for sacked. Kve quiet and firm at hOc on arrival. Barley in lair demand at il 151 30. Coffee is held firm, with a moderate demand; Rio, 2427c. Sugar ?uiet; New Orleans 8llc as to quality, logs are quiet and held aiSS3Jc, gross. One thousand were killed yesterday. There arc none In the packers' pens, and the packers are not buylnc: receiuts are fair, with sales to dealers lor shipment east extra heavy: selling io mucners at ic. nay m lair local aemanu, but not much doioc on orders: choice timo thy, from store, 119; ae'.l vered at depot, S20 per ton ; on arrival, quoted at ;131S, as to quality. potatoes are in limned snipping demand and held at S2&2 75"per barrel. Onions quiet at SI tgt 0 on arrival. Apples in ialr demand at SI I. Provisions the demand on orders is llsht 7H7Mc;ilear rib sides, 7HQ7Kc; clear, 7ic casn. i!ulk meats' nominal. Hams sugar- cured, ll(l2c, cash. Lard In tierces, 8c; In kegsWc, cash for round lots Whisky is quiet at bTc. KBW YORK. New York, October 25. Flour Is active and In buyers favor; receipts, 10.0UO; superfine western and State, $5 235 75: common to good, S(Wfi40; good to choice, S 45r7; white wheat extra, S7u7 C3: extra Ohio, $6 lUfeT 75; St. Louis, S6;SI078. Ifye flour dull and lower at Si S5g i 40. Oornmeal is firm and more active; west ern, Si Ht86H. Whisky is lower at 93SiHe. 43 rain wheat is scarcely so active, slightly in ouycrs favor: receipt, 225 0U0 bushels; No 8 eni, 117. Rye dull and nominal at Kj9Hc Barley and malt unchanged.. Corn closed Jalrly aetlve and higher; receipts ISSjOu inshels: steamer, western mixed. nTAjIt Fsales at SS'yttoSt'.c, high mixed anil yellow western ; aeec wntie western, store, uats un changed; receipts, W,ojo bushels Hav and hops are unchanged. Coffee tSqdlet; Kio,r.'4 $V. Sugar is dull and heavy; fair to good refining, 7,1-,(.7J(c. Molasses Is dull and un changed, luce quiet-Carolina, 7,a(98Ic. Pe troleum dull and unchanged. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, October 25. Flour quiet at Sfl 85 fe7 10. Wheat, is quiet at SI S531 JS. Corn is dull;ehelled,43c;ear,.46'tl7c. Rye Is quiet at 7547sc. Barley is quiet and unchanged. Gro ceries arc steatly. Oils firm. Eggs strong at 22r. Baiter demand fair and market firm. Cheese-demand fair and markt firm, hork sales at Sl.'J. Lard Is more active and steady t 7'4'c; sales of 100 barrel each at 5-Ic ; sales or 2E0 barrels at 7',c, seller first half No vember; kettle, 7jfc7Jfcc Bulk meats are ir regular ami held more firmly; shoulder, PJg 7c; clear rib sldes,5)$(64c clear, 5ffiK nn cxi regular slioulderscarceat7HKc; clear rib sides, OfJ.Tc ; clear, 7S7fc. Whisky firm and higher at S7c. ST. LOUIS. e5T. Lot'ls, October 26. Flour declined, and very little done. Wheat dull, and prices un settled; No. 2 Clilcago spring. Si; No. 2 red. u Inter, dull, at SI on: No. a not wanted at over il 25. Com dull, unsettled, aud lower: No. Tftlxed, 4jJ5e; at east track. 41UC: Oats dull and prices have declined: No. 2 is offered atXJfca cash ;S2c bid. Barley dull aud uusetiieu; and easier at.d weak elear-ribbed sides Twonafmelear.T'coish. llacon quiet, with only an order demand: clear rib sides 7c; clear, 71 .sc cash; hams sugar-cured, 12jl35$c. Lard winter, quiet and unchanged. Wiilnky dull; small sale at Wc. Cattle dull, but unchanged; fa r to choice native steers S4&1 SO; common to good Texas, Afc4 69. Hog qtalet at $.1 5061; re celptF. buoJ; 17,000, liXJQ, 2IW0, 11.0U0, lS)0; cat tle, 7Wk 1kS 'JOO. Nashville, Nashville, Octobers!. Flour is dull and unchanged at S 25. Wheat quiet and un changed at $1 2V4l 50. Corn, 65c. Oats, 35c. CoCre etuandfalr and prices advanced to 24j3i9Jr. !ogr nncangetl. iTovlsloire dull aud pricts nomlnah Lard, 9c. Bacon sltoulders, fcjc ; clar rib sides, Hc; clear, ST c. Hams sugar-cured dull and prices unchang ed at lie I'eauubs So. Whisky firmer at V6c. iTKW ORLEANS. Grand Towrr....... ida if" JiiUSgLduuJ Bannock City .St. Louis Departed. oraudl Baunoc Mary Boyd. Itlver and Wentlier. The river here rose five Inches In the last ,J"eVT, iT .iL. f rorty-eight hours, and stands three leet abo e J extreme low-water mark. Tlierei7iolUij) vrovemeut in : the channel Jo CnTro. lx I6et j s renoriad at Fox. Jlums. Helena, and lioo tlybars The While aud Arkansas are look ing up fat orably. There Is 110 change itaivj-J, of the upner streams with the excejtionTq(Jlj sjh-iuk, ;i.tanji; lowaspnue, ti mqi a; ro. 2 spring Chicago, SI aol 32; No.l Milwaukee, SI 7: No. land No. 2 mixed. SI 3K: red west- we uuio, wnicn stream is iisiug irom uinciu-1 to nsti down. Tlie weather yesterday was .injuijs i0ut, City antUCountry-Customers. Business on the landing yesterday was duH. Tbe Grand Tower, from JBWiLouis, arrived ,., , , . .srlyjnth morning wlllViW lohl freight. adednnrof sickness weconld not fill HerpAnetpalitrthswereas follows: WOdry V any orders np to I he present time. On barrels U saekof rraln. 117 eali, tl balee MomtarneXt, October 20th, all oMers on hand I svkMreks xt i,f a-u UIH I iu.ks;. rl!flfrerne4r itdrlcH'a'f-lrirn.. suiWrYM sSif Ttrne Si The Bannock City, from LOflU, IOOK ou here 51 tonsJrlglmua left for White rlvernt rnSon, willM moderate trip. its float to J-Ave. , ariie JnliawiniOantainWlIllam Blake on tha 'roof, wilMeaieAtuiarpteno'clockthlsmorn' ing iorVlckburg and nil the usual coast land ings. ilr.John K. Blako Is her chief secre tary. HewB.Drin. Tlie Olencoe Is reported lightening over Point PleasantThe Tom Jasper came off tbe docks at St Louis last weck.Uowurd & Co. are closing their season's buslues, hav ing built nine barges, seven steamboats, one propeller and lour locn-gaies lor ine canai The Charles Bod mann left Ht.Loulslast Friday drawing five and a half feet, and had forty caum passengers ..ine uenry.imca aua Caiiltol CltvAradne from below to-dnv The hnl) of the steamer Mary Swan la offered ju. .. . . v. n . . l u - . . i . i" ..i..i ... .1... steamers at New Orleans last Tbdrsday, were at half:mast In memorj of Mr. L: R. Fisher, late clerk or tbe steamer Fiin,wuodlcaai Alexandria, Louisiana, on Monday last, of congestion of the brain... The steamer John It. Mnudo left New Orleanslast Saumlayidr this cltyCaptaln Hicks King .was at Ev ansville last week, to see about celling the steamer Shanndn oITShawneetown bar : The 11. H.Turner will be the first boat to leave Cincinnati In the New Orleans line . TlletowboatSamnsonNe.arnn tllrouch her self iu the Ohio river at Rochester laxt week. ioDouy linrt Wages of ciuclnnau amibi, Louis and Clnclnnall andcw Orleans pilots win dc uic same tins year as last ) Jir. Alex. Y'onne. formerly clerk of the Henry Probasco. has retired from tho river, and lias gone Into the grocery business in the suburbs oi L.incmnaiiiiie lcusuurg sseraia says: Capt. Gunning, of the Gasconade, reports the yellow-fever spreading all along ihe river above. Two persons have died of the dis ease at Point Chicot, and several cases have unncared at other little towns along tbe river, , Reports of tbe fever were such that some of me crew "wero afraid to pro- reed any further up the river. The St. ljotxis Oloba of the twenty-fourth has t no loiiowing: jah an evidence that ine steam boat business Is In a bad condition, the follow ing list of steamboats now lying up at this Dort will be evidence sufficient. From the Ore Pile to the St. Louis elevator will tie found the Dexter. Richmond. Pbllhcrldan. Ba vard. J. II. Johnson, Rob Roy, Joslc, St. Johns, Andy Johnson. Mohawk, Kellogg, Tom Jasper, At lantic, Future City, George O. Woifl", Belle of Shreveport, Ruth, fit. Joseph, Alice, City of Alton, Pauline Carrol, General Anderson, Le eal Tender, P. W.Mrader.BIII Henderson, Joe r jemiug, ceaver, iuiy ueo, uommonwcaiin, Colossal. Bismarck. Salvors Nos. 1 and 2. C. II. Church, DeSmct, Continental, Savannah and Fannie Lewis Here Is a list of thirty-eight steamers worth at the lowest calculation one inl'.liou dollars, which the low stage of water and the unsettled condition of trade has banked. We hope to see them all In com mission before the close of .navigation. ":.... The Beaver (1'a.l trr;u has been looking through an old Pittsburgdlrectory, and com piled a list of steamboats built about the head waters or the Ohio before 1332: Built by Phil lips A Graham, 1822: Peusylvanla, 180 tons; Rambler, IX tons. 1S2S Eclipse, 113 tons; President, SJ0 tons Ifc2l Lafayette, hfitons: General Brown, 250 tons; William Penn. 158 tons 1S23 Bolivar, 100 tons; General Wayne, W j Ions; Liberator, 20 tons; Paul Jones 3W lous lsS8 Pocahontas 200 tous: America. 200 tons: Florida, 300 tons ; Columous, S25 totis; fecuo, iju ions li j-sMiA, l-ju ions; xigraiige, 150 tons; Pittsburg and Wheeling packet, ICO tons; Red River, 40 tons 1S2 Missouri, 1G0 tons: Missouri, barge, (it tons lti Cora, 150 tons 1830 New Jersey, 131 tons: Gleaner, 50 tons; Peruvaln, 230 tons; Canal- Doai,4Uions; uerniu, ui tons; ijouisvuio, zdu tons; Carrollton, UM tons. 1S)1 Winnebago, 100 tons; Antelope, 00 tous; Michigan, 4C0 tons; Mohawk, 330 tons; Transport, ISO tons. Built bv Graham A Rouers Potomac 60 tons: Phoe nix, 200 tons; Talma. 130 tons; Huron,2V) tons. Hum uy t. i'niiijis uo., at rreeaom rame, ISO tons: Comet. 100 tons: Chester. 230 tons: oue on tbe stocks, 253 tons. 870 per ton when completed, So.iou. Twelve or me above boats were built for James Wood, cf Pittsburg, who commenced steam boat bulldlnc in the year 1821. Thei names In the above are: General Brown, Gen eral Wayne, America, Essex, Cora, Gleaner, Lonisvine, uarrouton, -Micnigau, unesier, ana two others whose names are not uiveu. Ih Mil there were owned in wholeo,r in part in I'llLsourg sy ooaif, oi an aggregate tonnage oi 12. Oi. In IS.. 1M0 and 1M1 tnere wero 26MI steamboat arrivals and the same number of departures In 1H0 there departed from Pitts burg 416 keelhoats and lots) fiats, boats c. The Allegheny was an Important stream In SPECIAI. NOTICES. mothers, Mothers:, Mothers. Don't fail to Droenre SIES. M'lNSLOVH SOOTHING SYRUP for all disesse)? 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 and call lor "MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP." t or sale by all druggists Schenck'n Mandrake Pills. Thcso pills are comiKised exclusively of vegetable Ingre dients and although they entirely supersede uieuseot mercury, uo not leave any oi its in- urious cuecis rney act uirectty upon iie iver.mid are a valuable remedy in all cases ot derangement resultlnir irom a dlsottlcrcd state of that organ? Li ver Complaint, Bilious Disorder, indigestion, kick Headache, Ty phoid Fever, etc.. etc.. all succumb to the free use of behenck's Mandrake Pills For sale by an druggists and dealers ON THE BREAKFAST. LUNCHEON, DIN- LEA A PERKINS.' Worcestersblre Saace IS INDISPENSABLE. JOHN DDKCA1TS SONS, New York, Agents for the United States. HATCH F.I.O ICS IIAIIl DTE. This splendid Hair Dye Is the best in the world. The only True and PerfectDye. Harm less Reliable and Instantaneous: no disac- polntment; no ridiculous Untsor unpleasant odor. Remedies the ill effects of bad dyes and washes. Produces Immediately a superb Black or Natural Brown, and leaves the halr.CucAN.Sorr and Beautiful. The gen nine signed W. A. Batchelor. Sold by all dru Kist OHAS. HATCIIKIIR. Proo'r. N Y. MISCEIXAKEOUS. J. C, JOHNSON & GO,, COTTON BUYERS, MEMPHIS. TENN. MEBIPHIS AGRICULTURAL AND 3IECDAXICAL SOCIETY. OFFICIAL DRAWING. Homing Class No. 330. 63 1 37 46 1 31 1 47 1 81 1 61 1 36 1 49 1 51 1 2S IS livening Class No. 331. 56J53(8073I,ro7775632S72 Memphis, this 4th day of October, 1873. Framing and Inch-Board lumber nt $12 SO per thousand. At L.p. JTJDD'S SAW-MILL, Four miles fromclty, on New Raleigh road e"Itrgc quantity of Oak Waeon Lumbei at very low prices Also, Framing Lumber sawea to oruer. Lcate Orders nt Xo. 5S Poplar Street CLARENCE P. HUNT. SAM'LMOSHX M0SBY, HUNT & CO., GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS -AND- C0MMISSI0N MERCHANTS, No. 304 Front Street, Mostly & Hunt Block, Memphis, Tcnn. Consignments solicited. se2l dw XouiSTillo Bolt anil Clevis Works. TIIOS- HEIKEL. & .CO., . Hiiu'raclurersof Itrldgc, Roor.'B.HIrand anil all kinds ol . -iiicninc iioiis, Wrought-Iron Plow device, cheapest and best In the market; Screw Hook and Strap Hinges and Meikel'g Jmproied Iron-Beam D. S. Plow $ the!best,fn use. Machine forcing of all descriptions: ' Tenth; and Mmi s". ni.-nr Ky. REMOVATi. Jos. W. Caldwell. Sidney R. LA jib. , 4 - . 4 " CALDWELL & LAMB, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN, ETC. Xo. 28 Front Street, Memphis. E. O. STAAKP & CO PROPRIETORS e:cv.c5-I-ijs: st-ts v.Tvr FLOUR MILLS, Cor. Main & Bates Sts ST. LOUIS. XD.BTANABD. JQHN WRAUFMAyj I MEMPHIS AND PABUCAHR.R. fS und alter this dale freight will be ro- V celved at underwriter's Warehouse rt pui, aa Memphis Railroad, 1 J.W.WILBUR, ,35 - oenerai Knperlnlendent. j ceiveu at underwriters warenouso lor 2MOTI023 ,ll be fillo.1, nicunuiit oyorfto, witi atl those mat ni "j V!,,,l,":i;i'"VJ"ii rl S. KAUFMAN .t Bill), COMM.ISSION. J. C. NEELY 8. U. EEO0E3. BRO&KS, NEBLY & CO. -WHOLESALE Grocers, .Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN PLANTATION SUPPLIES 367 FROUTT STREET, (Between Union and Gayoso), Hemp) lis, Trim. We are also ngen t for the Sonthern Star Cot- ton uin.manuiacm.Tea aiuermantowc.Teun. A.J.YAUGHAN&CO., GENERAL GRANGE AGENCY AND CO KMISSI0N HOUSE, So. S5S Tront Strict, Memphis, Tenn. XT K RESPECT FULLY' SOLICIT CONSIGN- r r menis oi cotton and all Farm Products. Commission on salo of cotton si inner imi All orders filled at wholesale prices nc3 d ws ii con TOPat vNCE. J. T. TORRANCE. HUGH TORRANCE & SON, COTTON FACTORS -AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS IV" oi io Jeirerson St., JfempUU. ;CHAS, J. PHILLIPS & CO, COTT023" FACTORS C0 3I11ISSI0N MERCHANTS NO. 270 FRONT STREET, Up-Etalrs : : : MEMPHIS, TENN, W" Agents for Hazard Powder Company. SU3MOVA3-1. John T. Stbattoh, formerly of Stratum, Me- Davltt a Co. John I WELLFORD.late Graham & Wellford, STRATT0N & WELLFORD COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 240 Front Street, cor. Jefferson PROBUCE ! E. ?. REDD & CO., (Successors to Held AIBrothcr) -2 G EVER Alt PRODUCE DEALERS AND Commission Merchants Xo. SIC Front St., Memphis, Tcnn. PERSONAL attention to filling order lor Apples Potatoes Onions, Cabbage, Krout, Pigs' Foet, Pic.kl:, etc. se2J J. M. WILLIAMS & CO., GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 202 Front St., WemPhis, Tenn. It. L. cochbax. w. e. baktos, Late with Smith, Neel A Co. COCHRAN & BARTON, Wholesale and Retail GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, 210 Front St., bet. Adams & Washington MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. g Liberal ad vanceson conslgnmentsjra J. M, TIGHE & CO,, WHOLESALE GROCERS LIQUOR DEALERS AND Conmiission Merchants, XO. 3 Howard's Row, Near corner Union and Front streets, MEMl-UIS, ::;:: TESSESSEE O FECIAL attention Tiald to Recel vine. Stor. O ing and Selling Cotton. Will make liberal advances on same. Have in store for sale 1000 Cotton Baskets, ana are receiving new lots uatty sep 13 NOTICE. Dividing tlio City in Districts. TUB 3 U XFIiXBS. OFFICE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 1 Miuil-ms, October 12, 1873. navrt-A i.... n,i,.tM Ai,..tii.BA.ii,.f have dlvIdeStho city into the following dis tricts and have appointed the Committees as suucu oetow: .District 1 Bounded by Greenlaw, Main, uverton anu tue river. - iomnuiiee, u. .1. vn dersou and W. G. liarthi C ' u.sirict 2 uounuea oyjurynn, uverton and Jiaiu. uomraittce. J. J. JHurpnv. u. w. uor don and S. D. Cameron, volunteer. District 8 Bounded by Overton.-Malu. Mar- Eet and the liver, committee, A. 3S. rrank land.S. W. Rhode and L.Slebeck. District 4 Bounded by Market. Bayou. Ad ams and Main, Committee, T. H. Warring and J. II. Edmondran. Districts 5 and S Bounded by .Market. Main, Adams and the river. Committee, J. P. Rob" ertson, v. i: wiison ana j. w. cooper. District 7 Bounded uy Market, Bryan, Atl ,ms and Main. Commlttee.Mal.F.F. Bowen ana j. r.. Lnnpnter. District 8 Bounded by Adams Bryan.Unlon and the river. Committee, R.T. Halstead and C. A. Lefllngwell. District a Bounded bv Union. Wellington Vancaandthe river. Committee, Wi A. Holt ana L. cnretiermau. ; : District 10 Bounded by Vance. WelllUEton Calhoun and the river. Committee, E. B. Fos ter and W. J. Lemon. District 11 Comprises the Tenth Ward. Committee, J. G. Simpson and J. II. Smith. District 12 Comprises tho Seventh Ward. Commit'ee, J. Pe Porter. District 13-Comprtse the Eighth Ward. Committee, AV.J.B. Lonsdale and W.J.Smlth.- Dlstrict li-Comprises the Ninth Ward. Committee, A. M. Stoddard. The above committees will visit their Pa tients morning and evening, to ascertain their, We supply champagne port wine, sherry; brandies whiskies, ale. oranze leaves, extract of beef, mustard, lemons, bed pans and medi cines ADDllcatlons ror supplies will be tilled for parties re.sJdlDg north of -Adoras street at 130 Main, and for those residing south of Adams at w juaaison street, entrance in n aney. -m Nurses will be furnished on application at headquarters 42 Madison street. Applications for either nurses or supplies to insure attention, must bo indorsed by tho pny- slclaa or one of tbe Howard committee.. i - - Physicians for applicants norlo of Adams street, will be supplied at ISO Main street; south ot Adams street, at 42 Madison. t no ionowing physicians are employed dv the association : Doctors s. J. Morrison. Sol. P. tireen, c. Uappoldt, W. J. Armstrong and Physicians win secure blanks at either thee, and their use is recommended, as Da- tlcnts receive prompt attention thereby. The following are the active members and too officers of the Howard association :- rresiueut-sA. D. Langstair. Vice-presidents A. U. Revnand and V. J. B. Lonsdale. Secretary J-1- Robertson. Treasurer E. J. MansronL Active Members P, P. Frame, J. G. Lons-. dale, sr., W.J. Smith, J. H. Smith, J.Tt Porter, K. B Foster, W. A. Holt.T. It. Warring", J. J. Jlttrpny,'i-. Anuerson, a. Frankland, W P. Wilson. F. F. Bowen. W. S. kocer. it. T iHalitcatW "John. Johnson, (Attorney), G.. W2 Gordonr A". M.Rtoddartl, S. w; RDolles,J.a." Nimpson. rreu.uuiiicra i.Axyieryir., W. J. Lemon, W. U. Barth," l SlebeckrJ. E. Im phler, J. W. Cooper, C. A. Lemngwell, F. G. t.-onnell. DJ K. Brethenitm, J. 11., Edomndson 1. ILllrnbam slid P. W. eemmes i Honorary ileuibers Mayor JohR Johuslm ocis .. u, is:atri I'resiaent. DRAWING. GKAXDEST SCHEME EYEB KN0WX. Fourth Grand Gift Conccr FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY 13.000 CASH GIFTS $I,50O,000, Eyery Fifth Ticket Draw, a Gift, 3250,000 for S50 "TtHE Fonrtli Grand Gift Concert nntirnHr.stl JL by special act of the "Legislature for the ceneni 01 ine ruouc unrary or Kentucky, will take place in Pnblio Library Hall, al UUUMtVIlll', Acmuc& t Wednesday, December 3, 1873. Only Sixty Thonsand Tickets will be sold aud one-half of these .are Intended Tor" the European market, thus leasimrnn!va).nil for sue in the united States, where 10CUI09 were disposed or.rorthe Third Concert: The tick ets are divided into ten-coupons or parts and uvvo uu iueir uacK inescmime witn a lull ex planallon of the mode ot drawlne. At this Concert, which will be the grandest musical oispiayeverwitnessea in this conn try, ine unpreceuenteu sum of SI, 300,000, divided Into 12,000 cosh gifts will be dlstrlb uted by lot among the ticket-holders. The numbers of the tickets to be drawn from od. wheel by blind children and the gifts from uuuiuer. LIST OF GIFTS. One Grand Cash OIft r.so.oo One Grand Cash Gift... 1UU.UUU 50,000 one urand CashUin.. one urand Cash Gift. Oue Urand Cash Uift 17X) 100.000 10 cash Uirts or S10.000 each, SlCashGirteof 6,000 " 50 Cash Gins of 1,000 " 80 Cash Gifts or 500 " 100 Cash GifU of 400 " ISOCashUifUof S00 " 250 Cash Gilts of 200 " . 325 Cash Gifts of 100 " 15000 uu,uuu 40,000 4U,0U0 45,000 WfOO &'A0U0 11,000 Cash Gifts of 50 " Total 12,000 Gifts, all Cash, amounting i Tho distribution will be positive whether all the tickets are sold or not, and the 121)00 gnisau paia in proportion totne tickets sold -all unsold tickets being destroyed as"at" the First and Second Concerts and not represented in me urawing. PRICE OF TICKETS. Wholes tickets, $30; Halves, S25; Tenths, or ,.Si AMnnAn I . t , nrhnl. Il.f..,. tCWI, iMt uceis tor tijjw. il& wno:o ucaets lor 5J.uuu: 227 whole tickets for 110,000. No discount on less man md worm oi tic-eis at a lime. The unparalleled successor theThlrd Gift Concert, as well as the satisfaction given by the First and Second, makes it only necessary to announce the Fourth to Insure the prompt saleol every ticket. The Fourth Girt Concert win be conducted in all lis details like the Third, and mil, particulars may be learned rrom circulars whleh will be sent reeJrom this olllce to all who apply for them. Tickets now ready ror sale, and all orders accompanied by the money promptly filled. Liberal terms given to those who buy to sell again. i nt-. i ii i.A.ni.i. I r, Aeent Public Library of Kentnckvand Mana ger Gift Concert, Public Library Building LAJtua inc. jv all, PUBLICATIONS. Immense Success of Ditson it t'o.'s New Colleeiion of Organ Music, entitled 'THE ORGAN at HOME. -v-rn MUSICAL HOME COMPLETE WITH , out It. forll contains over SHI selections of the most popular music of the day, well ar- raugeu jor iuo rteeu, rartor or i-ipe urgan. Contains everything which Is so-called "uon. tilar" melodies of the day. marches, waltzes. voluntaries, variations, transcriptions of the hut Mltrul nta Mm, nf ITanilal l.vnf Schumann, etc.: In l.tcLtnebesto all music from Recthoven'a Adagios to Strauss' Danube Waltz. First edition sold in two weeks after publication, and ourtbnow ready. Price, I cuiioarus; r- L iowi. Unparalleled success of Ditson, A Co.'s G-HIVrS OJP STEIA.TJS JS which contains literally the cems of Stmnss. Waltzes. Mazurkas etc.. and is lo-dav the mot nonular music book In America over Jtftjj copies naving oeen soiu in ten months. Price, Si 50 ; in Cloth, sj. GREAT SALE OF THE Srl?.XA-XJ-.E.X. TliTs -rent Chnrch Mus"lcDoot bi'L. O. Em etson and H. R. Palmer has double the merit. and i" l'kely to have double tbe sale of com mon books by one composer. The works of eituer ceuuemaa nave soiu ov me rtUDureu Tliousand. and the STANDARD will contlnne to be called for until every choir, singlng- ciass anu convention are .suppiiea. race. SI 60. Published by if OLIVER DTTSON CO.", Boston. CI1AS. H.TIITSON d: CO., oc26 7U Broadway, New York. 3 'too Mlrt. WvtisI Everis-PirrsiCMM and FAntv sbous iuw it. It giv"esVm 4 aiises Nature nt! ( nrrof CIIIII.KIIA. Irllow Fever and Cere- s.ro-yirulnj;itU SjmuuII. prpmed Vzrer. It con irs ahi AiEiiiCAL t't wcsitsl vital Jtrpcrtance tlw I .Tia'. II- Family .'! 6v all Icoli U.'t. AM:c . dt tul)Ucr5 Tro W lohmonii St Louis. Mo 1' .11 s.-r.t Dost raid or ji , AGKNTS WANTFII cstnbl!shcd .cVruTeBr.! it. am TELionirn collsce. 6th arnl Ohvo Sik . St.JLquis. '.mlji. (Tt-mta n 1 En - i.ti. ss4 SjIinM. ,rmnii i. -.11-1 IHKf . r c for i-n. SO fCiCATIIIX. ,1 X JusPS. rr .1. J. W. J'lltVfllX. Jl iuIW. . ( VftTT -it iru Vi tut in 4tM: IO iUU la.trac(TMr tlitvfltSnblT.aSrFU. 1 .OCXntH,mbiB.lBses.d? Bovtjtst TM? Tho WHITE CHIEF I tct tbe rori of aettul expeiieue duriaf a voIho- AGENTS WAOTia.SSE52S i ixrtw lor circulars, ilti 30 4Mxapta Ulu., roll rmriio ulsrs. codIoqs txtrftets. and a. brief -ceo-ot of kls m vuitrful IA9 and Traffic Snd. C.T. VENT.Pnb..Cinclanail, cmmcH A5D SEMINARY MUSIC BOOKS A Specialty. Pianos & Organs On Monthly Payments 47 sf' it Any "piece of Sfttsic or JInsIe Boost snrc to be round nt this W Vf Xjr ST. LOUIS.HO. nonse. sepll Book Agents Wanted forthe UNDEVELOPED VVEJiT. or Five Years lu the Territories. ByJ H. BEADLE. Western Correspondent of Cincin nati Commercial; Thetonlyxomplete history ot uuu vast region oeiween ine JUississippi and tho Paclflc: Its Resources, Climate, In habitants, Natural CurlOslUen, Etc with life and adventure on Prairies, Mountains and the Pacific Coast. Tho book is Illustrated with over 250 "Bneengravings Send -for circulars, with terms. AtldcessN ATIONAL PUBLISH- INO CO MemohlR. TBnn. Ie27dw t -t f r i Essass Il TsptU Hiw, i o:Srr preparatkm. fr projodaj irtr', t i i luinom i:oLts, eisczirs, bread, tvtTs'.cn eni t .-rf i Cai".. rnfcc'.'y rrt tnj trl...'.Z&, fl ad" ready tjf Immediatt j& Xb EST Delta rxic a '.. troJSLTi, ami it VILL KSEP OS SVA, ,anj t'.'K.V, itrjfvm. It 1, weQ adapted 1 1 ua of Eztfeltrper. Slnrrt, Mariner, r-nffrnti, 4e . and 1. fa ac in frfrtsK(, 0u CZST I&iSTrOWVEB -laJ. Mw ttt cf., ti Camp, ti Gtttef BOLD BT CKOCESS A EEALErS CVEttTWUCItE. ITi-JUiacttutxltij 1)00 LEY Sc. BROTHER, 0 MEW STREET. NEW-YORIf OfflceCcor.fLewis and.O'Fallon;street8, JEST. LOTJZQ, - - - MO, Cruslied, Powdered Cnt'Xoaf arid'Sraii- ColTea-Sncar,. In barrels and half-barrels GOLDEN SYRUP & SYRUP MOLASSES In barrels half-barrels and kegs, , always on hand. Ordora addressed i to JED WARD X. WARE, Secretary, will receive prompt attention. ) Price lists will be seruacfaen desired; . sol pi ! rilHE death of otirllr. liugh Stowart m'akes Jj noohatiKOln oantinu.or littemtptloti or imy kind innrrj-tng on oanbuilness . , ocll " HTJSWAHT, (WYNNE ft CO. I lifl m MEDICAIi. PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COWTACJjfON". TY DISINFECTING THE BODY AS WFLL JL as tlie DWELLING. The attention of physicians and the public Is earnestly ln- viieu lu a.s a most valuable DISINFECTANT and remedy In contadons diseases. It Is lielleved that Its ludlclotts emnlovment would nrmre of BiKiini serviurj in me prevailing epidemic. ror sate in .Mempnts oy H. C. STEEVER 4 CO., Second and Madison, W. N. W1LKERBON & CO., SUI Mnlli street. and drngglsts generally. ocl7dAS ESCAPE THE DAXGER. " ThUDyspepsIawlllkillme!"asufrerercries iitai aepenus on yoursetr altogether, good Tabkakt's pIei.t7.b aperiext, remember, supplies The means all your fears and your tortures to end. The bilious, the nervous, the weak, the de- ptesseu, Find this Saline Specific- a so ver el cn balm : Fevered systems it cools, to the sleepless gives rest. And relieves the sick stomach of every qualm. Tarkant's ErrEKVEsCKNT Sei-tzek Ape. kikmt Is as refreshing to tbe palate as it Is eneniciai tu ineuisoruereu system, as. Sold by all Druggists TO PEEVSNT GEAY HAB, TEs STANDS uneqnaled having proved itsvlrtnes at sixteen different Extinction and Valr Tt Clear as crystal : leaves no Rulnhnr nr other hint melt on the hair, but One perfume. Never changes tbe hair to ridiculous red or pink, only iiiuiai ugat Drown or uiacK is me resnii in a tew applications, stains neither hands, scats or cloth. Ing. Cures dandruff, stops the hair from falling out, and cures any headacne within ten minutes J. F. Fujrazi, Manufacturer and Proprietor, New . ork Qty and s-acramento. CaJ. Ask vour rirnir- B.!st. and give It sfalr trali. C. C WARD A BRO D ruggists. Agents. AND BLOOD RENEVER A combination nncqnalcd In the world Ior tho diseases so commonto this changeable and debilitating climate. Iron Is the life of human blood. It Is Phosphorus that' gives vitality to the brain and power to the nerves, You will observe that the combination oi these two great elements constitutes the eon tral Idea In this wonderful remedy. The vegetable agents are simply adjuncts in re 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, Evansrillo Indiana. AVOID QUACKS. A VAl.ltAAA WI CiUlj IUUUtlCllUU ValUiUK UKi. ' Tons debility, premature decay, etc- having .tn,t 4- r.4 nns.n .-n.t . 1 ft l.llu, ,n.lHl-,ll,....4U- anI. . ill sco vered a simple means of self-care, -wnicn UO VY -11 B ItTllUrVSlUlClCrS, AU dress J. t SNatAn stNev-" SPECTACLES. ljmi)rove ITour Sight. THE CRESCENT SPECTACIiES. NOW offered are superior to the Public, to all ordinary They are great care.and all imperfect 1 ties For clear- Spectacl es. ground with are free from Ion andlrapur ness and ills- ttnetnessor vi 8lontheyarenn-2VnrfJlfar. rivaled. None nslngspectAcIesshonld be without them. They are mounted in Steel, Shell, Rnbbex and Gold Frames Snd are manufactured expressly for .nu sold in-Mempnisoniy, uy as. 20. E3 AXarxrxTi--c cfo oo. JtTVCS-illH AND OPTICIASS. 'None genuine without the trade onvrv nsir. mark PAPER WAREHOUSE. MEMPHIS WHOLESALE Pap r Wareliouse. DHAS. HEBZOG&BROTHEE WHOLESALE DEALERS IX- 'apers, Flour Sacks, Tinae nOR theaDDroachlne Cotton Season we P offer Special Bar-alns In COTTON HAH- Paper Goods Generally at Eastern prices guaranieea. jxiAS. niiiiut; a: uitu.. Cor. JeUVrsot jai-4 S.m-I ""eets- READING ROOM. Young Men's Christian Association READING ROOMS So. lO-jTpstCourt SU I Rookl4acl& OPEN DAILY From 9 ajn. to 12 m. rrom 3 to b p.m., ana irom 7 to 10 nan, .On Sundays Irom 2 to 6 pjn. The best Periodicals of the Day, In addition to a .barge xaorary, r ree to All, OFFICERS: , J. . .U . , i ......... ... H1AA11.HA, , , W. U.Orgain, Ic.Sec A.W. N'cwsom, Cor.Seo K T T 11 ,1 V I Tl irmgcnr.. Regular business meetlng'flrst Monday night i each month. Literary and Social Rir. cites each succeeding "Monday night. Prayer mtsntln ovprv Ratnirlsci . "iKla rl.i.o from . S run. ever . anis. . CONSTANT EMPLOYMENT. At Home, aus.1- ur rcuuaiv, to wj a wees warranted. No capital required. Full particulars nrd a valuable sample sent free. Address with six cent return stamp, A. D. YOUNG 3V0 Fifth Btteet, Wlillamsburgh, N Y, oc9 cot! j CHICEA HANDLE & HEATH, 98, lOO, 102, IO and 106 Second Street, AND 40 AUD 51 WINCHESTER STREET, T-TTl-VZ-tP TTTtS , s : s TjCvr.S23E3E3. Manufacturers o( Machinery, Steam Engines, Saw.Mills. Horse-Fowera, 8tftlrJKTa Dlinw Pulleys, Han ers, Boxes, Etc.; and also manufacturers and proprietors of Heath's Patent Well Augur. Coupty and Statu Rights foisale. AGRICULTURAL lotion Presses Oin Gearing, Pinions Segments, Gudgeons Boits Etc HOUSEWORii Coldnms, Lintels Sills, Gratings, Ventilators, Sasu-Wiighte, Etc. All kinds of SteaMA cat, Railroad and General auutiuu .juuutisauuiuisiauiiui patu tor uia mass, -LAND FOR SALE. LAXm FOR SALE. Rare Chance to Invest. OWING to stringency In money matters I have postponed thesaleof tbn following described lands from the 21st of August until me lain uny or jNoveinner, 1S73, al which time It Will be nosltlvelv sold. I will, therefore, an the 13th Dot of Jioicniber, 1S73, sell at public auction, on the premises, two uuu a. nan mues nonneasi or uermantown. and one mile north of Forest Hill, ray Planta tion, consisting of W9 acres, subdivided Into thirteen small farms Tkkms op SAX.R One-third cash, the balance In one and two years, with tlx per cent, inter est from day or sale. Persons wishing to purchase can obtain plats and information as to title, etc from B. J. F.Owen, near the place; John Brown, Reg ister ot AJeeus ior ssacsoy couniy; j. u. ura liam, President oftheMechanios' and Traders' Bank, Memphis, Tenn.; or by addressing me at Forrest City, Arkansas Tins property is located wiusiu 17 miles of MemphLs near the M.and C. R. it., and W very valuable. OClSdiW JOHN PARHAM. TEXAS LA.NDS. Lands in Jaekson. Libertv. Hardin and Orange counties, Texas, improved and unimproved, prairie and timber, adapted to sngar, cotton, com. potatoes stock-ranches etc., wheie tbe winters are mild and summers delightful, a fresh sea-breeze dally, and with- in a. tew uours travel 01 tnreeeiues, ior lease ror live years ror 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 ana answering mine letters I mean bnsiness: Titles all of record. S. S. HUMBERT, w Care 163 Front street, Memphis September. 1873. LAND. STEM MILL, GIN, ETC. ' For sale, at positively less than liaH their value, cotton lands timber lands ; stock farms, containing rrom 100 to 500 acres with peren- ' nlal springs and artificial fish ponds, well stocked; also a very valuable water-power; , a steam mill or forty-horse power, saw , and grist, in running order; a sixty-saw i gin, gearing and press, in good condition, near j the new Padacah railroad, ten or twelve mile, north of Memphis Titles good, orthe county records will tell who lies Refers to L. J. wnrre, or me Appeal ; M. D. L. Stewart, or th Chancery Conn ; or to S. S. REMBERT. Eemberton, 12 miles north of Memphis' September 1. 18733 -iOp- Persons Doing Dusiness la and Wishing to Eesido near Forrest City. ON THE :LAST DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, will be sold in Forrest City, at auction, to the hlgLest bidder. In ferty-acre lots or less 450 seres of land, well Improved, with fine dwelling, ginhouse and tenant houses and one hundred and fifty acres in cultivation. TERMS OF SALE: Four equal payments six months apart, the lirst at the time of sale. : WM. T. WKLLBORN, j Agent of tho heirs ot I.R-Hintoo.dec'd. 1 JOB PRIHTIIJG. FBANEXIH JOB PRINTING HOUSE BOOK BINDERY -AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY S. C TOOF, Proprietor, No. 15 West Court Street' filKMTHIH, TENNESSEE - The -attention or the Merchants and Business Men of Memphis, Norm Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas, is particularly called to tne superior lacmties oi tnis nouse ior exe cuting oraers ior an sunas oi JOB PRINTING ! Plain. Fancy and Ornamental, sneh as Pom. pnlets Constitutions By-Laws Blanks Circu lars xiu-neaus uttsiness auu ncoir partis, Letter Heads, .Envelopes, snipping Togs, Isa bels Receipts, Checks, Wedding Cards Ball Ticsets. .invitations BTi AUBL 30033-S Ledgers, Journals, Casta Books. PRICES liOW AS THE tOWEST Perfect satisfaction guaranteed In every Instance A call and an examination of my speclmens is respeoirnitv sonciren COTTON GIN. GULLETT'S IMPROVED LIGHT DRAFT MAGNOLIA GIN. HIS GIN is an IMPROVEMENT upon the "STEEL Bh,USH,"by the substitution of a Steel Comb or Beater for the additional brushes of the "Steel Brush," thus greatly lessening the draft and ID creasing 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 gap ran tee the quality and yield equal to that of any other gin. Call to examine samples and obtain circu lars at oar store, No. 37 Union street, au23 . WICKR. TEKBT & CO. TO PLANTERS. CHAMPION GIN" And Cotton Huller For Ginning Cotton, with or without previ ous picking from the boll. First Premlnm (Bine Ribbon Diploma) awarded to it at the Louisiana State Fair, prll, 1S70. I have taken tbe General Agency for the saleol the above Gin, and have one on exhi bition at my office, 3STO. 12 Un 1 on st;. Where my friends. and the nnblio are Invite to can "and examine into" iU inerl&T'as a GREAT LABOR SAVER. ' Kespectmily yours, W. R. CIALBItEATJI. . N.B.-Thl:Uln Is psrtleularly adapted to THE st HorsePower, oso.19. IKON WORKui Repairs done on short notice. Orders for Brass niuuguviiuu rfursMiseiieu, asn tjopper ana ncrap iron INSURANCE. FIE1 AND MARIN DfSUEANCE CO. LOUIS MANAUKK, r.jT.,prrriGKEW President. Vice-President. K-1 nOLLING.Sccretary. IRS, CO. OF MEMPHIS, DIRECTORS: L. IIANAUER...oflneiaia'Baner4 Co. H. WBTTER of H. Wester .t Co. F. M. WHITE -of P. M. White dr Co. L. B. EATON United States Marshal M. C. PEARCE of Pearce, Suggs 4 Co. E. URQUHART of E. Urqabart Co. J. W. DICKINSON.DIcklnson.WlUlaras iCo. J. M. PETTIGREW EdmondsPetUgrew & Co. FINANCE COMMITTEE : H. H. METrE of H. II. Mette A Son, Ch-ra ISAAC SCHWAB or Schwab A Co W. O. HARVEY. .Ely, narvey fc Richardson INSURE WITH THE FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY 1 OHice-5 1-2 MADISON ST., j MEMPHIS, : x ; : t TENNESSEE ! J. J. BUSBY, President. J. y. JEFFEliSOX,Tice-rres't G. W. L. CROOK, Secretary. DX-.-E3C'?j-.JS : I. J. BUSBY, of Busby, Johnson Co. J. W. JEFFERSON, of J. W. Jefferson & Co. T. B. DILLARD, Cotton Factor. G. V. RAMBAUT. of E. M. Apperson Co. J. T. JEFFERSON, of Jefferson fc Bdrington. J. N. OLIVER, or Oliver, Flnnie & Co. JONATHAN RICE, of Rice, Stlx 4 Co. Issues policies upon Fire. Marine and In land Risks Losses promptly adjusted and paid. Insurance of Dwellings and Contents made a specialty. aul2 S A TTi-TtT A TTTTR,. CASSIDY & ivtlLLEK, SAIL 1AEEES AND COTTON DUCK AGENTS, HEW ORLEANS, - LOUISIANA. I " ANUFACTUREES OF Aft- SIZBS AND jjjl qnanues 01 Tents, Tarpaulins, Wagon-CoTsrs, Every description of Awsin03, Wbkit and . IWn On . t. ... . T. . ... 1 yv,A uuaau, .uv,iiu3 urajjli -ATIOaq ; Buntisgs, all colors etc Wholesale dealers in Manilla, ajd Taxkkd Ropk, ail sizes from the Plymouth Cordage Company, Ply month, Mass We keep on hand, ready for ' shipment, a large stock of aU the above art!- 1 C1CS UASSUII A MILLER, 107 Potdkas Sraxurr. near Camp, ap3 New Orleans. Tni.inr.., EDUCATIONAL. CECILIAN COLLEGE, I VfALE, In the country, on E.and P.R.R Itl Board, Tuition, Washing. Lights Fuel ceu, acic per twenty weens, only 5140. For particulars, address H. A. CECIL & BROS an7 Hon p. o Hardin eo.. Ky. N0EWICH UNIYERSITY. A MILITARY COLLEGE, established in 1S34. Has a preparatory department, thorough Classical, Scientific and Military In struction, Including Modern Languages and Civil Engineering. Good discipline. Loca tion very healthy. Terms, 5360 a year. Year 1S75-74 begins August IStfh. Send for a circu lar. Address Prior. CHARLES DOLE, au30 VnrthfleldTvt. ST. MAEY'S SCHOOL, Xo. S4G Poplar Street, Memphis. A BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for Young Ladies under the charge of the Sisters or St. Maby. The first term will begin on Wednesday, October 1st. For circulars or other informa tion, apply (after September 1st) to the Sister Superior St. Mary's School, or to Rev. Geo. C. Harris RErEEE-CE3 Rt, Rev. Bishop Qnintard. Rev. Dr. White, Rev. Dr. Wheat, Rev. Mr Car mlchael. Rev. Mr. Rnth. Rev. Mr-Harris Pntapsco Female instltnte, Sear Haiti more, Mil. THLS Institute has beenjn operation thirty six years and enjoys a national reputation, With the number ot pupils limited to ninety, it has representatives from two-thirds ot the States principally South and Southwest. Its location is pre-eminently neaiurrui, cen tral, and easily reached by railroad from Bal timore and Washlngton-dty. For circulars address MusICII. ARCHER, an7 FJ llcott Citv P. 0 Md. PROFESSIONAL. ILT.ELLETT II. E. JACKSON B.M.ESTES ESTES, JACKSON & EILETT, ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW HEJIPniS, TEXaVESSEE. OFFICE NO. ISiMAJJIsON STREET J. C. 1tTAA3E53B, ATTORNEY AD GOUNS I20R -5l07 LarW No. 41 Madison Street. Room 36 rEEEBIAM RANSOLPS ATTOBNET-AT-LAW, BAB D 15, MIMSliiSIPPL or References: Estes, Fl xeia Pin son, M.tMeacham. Rootes A Co ly R. P. DUNCAN. O.W.GORDON. DUNCAN & GORDON, ATT0BNE YS -AT-LAW, Xo. 39 JUDIS0S STREET, MEMPHIS. : : t TENNESSEE. HOSPITAL. HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE. 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 the treatment of this class of cases, with a reference to the profession and community who know me, I must depend for public confidence, Address, UK.J.SAI iii.rn, au I "Vest Court street. PLUMBER- J. W. x. BROWNE, FIiUMBER,. STEffi AND GAS FITTER - l'"l .- sW 16 Jefferson Strife-". . ' 'ti s I -5 ' ' , , ill . s.. BETWEEN MAIN AND FflONT MEBZCAI,. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S ( PRIVATE MEDICAL .DISPENSARY - Ho. 20S UIAIX STIIEET, Up-stairs, bet, Adams and "Wsshingtoa jus 3IEJIPJII8, TE3W, i KhtaWistied In . TVB- JOHNSON te acknowledged by atl par- ' ' ties interested, as by far tbe 1 1 ranosw fdl Pnvsidan in toe treatment ir rlva secret diseases. Quick, tboroogh and neei ceres gnar&nteetl. IB every ea-e, male or fesnalew Beeest eases of Uonorrnea aad tsypM. 11s cured in a lew dajrs wiUvom the use m msreury, change of diet or hladranee froaa bnsiness " n-'TT"rr'tillTi mr Isrt i rrrliin eradteated wltboat tbe sw of merenry. Jst- voianuiry less ot semen sioBpeii in a assart time, nflbren from ira m-eiaev car baas af sexsal power restored to tree vbrrsr 1st a law wwi. iissiBss ot seii-swose ana excess, m eneiy. snirerlng from sperm atorrs-es. aad ssss of plifweal and mental power , speedily Mat ' permanently cared. Particular attention paid to tbe Diseases s: ""raeii, and cures guaranteed. Throat and Lung Diseases cured bar aew remedies. ii -i-tm nlrlrtly ffinniliillal. ' ' . Me,l1teseBt by e-press to all parts af Use country. OfJVee isoars from S ajm. lotpja. 8asissM mm to S p.m. I), s.. JuHSSOls. Vt. A 3-EGAIi. ISankrnpt Sale Of Twenty-ruar Iluudrrs: and Sixty- " 11 ve"Acrcs"or Xind. m In the m alter of Jams- P. Pleasants BaakraM, In Bankruptcy, sA HunanrlUe, Alsisuna, BY VITCE of an order of sale, eatere-i Nt the Instiiet Coart of the United stnlrs lur tbe District oi Alabama, I wlU, on - 3IomIar,tlie 17Jh ilr af 5"oreler,I878f at the soaUiwest corner or Mala and XadaWMs -irfxeets in the rtty of Memphis Tsnasinow, seO to tbe hieheM bldjer, ior easb, afl Mm right, title snd interest, legal and raurtaMa, whleh b-loaged to the sold bankrass la . date of filing bis petition la bsnintMn hi ' and to the Msswlng described read a4, wit: All of section 7, towssWpftiiortJi.iasMrSTC. Allersastioa IH.WiwvhipStiortb raaaeTK. Allof ietkB U, township 5 north, raage7&. Norta half of seetMa 8, lownshla S aorta, range E- Aiso one trndirided ooe-stxth Interest In sso- tlon 2K, township 5 north, ranee 7 east. Sast half of section 27, townshl p 5 north , nutme 7 east. The east half of tbe west half of Micfloa 27, township 5 north, range 7 east. Alt lyba in Crittenden cooaty. state of 1 rf"naai . VnA1.18 p1 Memphis, on tbe Memaala ' ' Little Rock raUroad. AlsOjOne undivided one-twelfth laljias I entry No. 4-s (or 2J1 acres on Island JW. M. fat " Shelby county, Tennessee. Also, one undivided oaastwaIlth lasansa Is SlfJSi4'0- SH-,'or ' WS lm SsaM Tipton counties. Tennessee. i 3iaps and evidence of title, and aav 1 11 las 1 atloa, furnished by applying to C. C. EkxrtMt , Memphis, Tennessee. CHARLES a. FABISet, .Yw4sjavee. Belrne, Humes ijordon, SoUclto- " Admiaistrator's Notice, l" rETTERS or Administration bavins beea j GrrsRted t t s 11 iip.i. k.. - ble Probate Coort of xbellrr nnair ,s esUteofKlcaard Weldon, deceased; Nottaak hereby given to al! rerwns Indebted to wU estate, to come j ' -rtt r thr naias; and all persons having claims against saM to me for payment within the time nresertaeai by law. or they will be forever barred. This :scptember v vsn. COSNBLICS GRIFFIN. Administrator Richard Weldon, dccV, Wfll No. Front street. TRUSTEE SAI.ES. Trustee's Sale. TTNDrSK ami by virt&e (rf a trust ded i KJ eeted by Wat. Wallace, for Mm -one. sf securruo: a note therein deserttwd. stad at reconi ta use Kttsters otHce ot iolttr esma Ir. in book No. M. na as I a. ta - named tneretn, will, uu Thnrs-ay. yoieaber 6, 1873, sell to tbe Maraest ti.Llpi f.w .ah a a of the steps in front of my oUtee. No. MK Second street, in the city of Mem pais, Mm dwelHRg-hoose premises in the Iowa of IM eigh, Shelby county, Tennessee, in wIMeh Has said Waltaee now resides or recently lustaiiit. nunc me same property purebnsed by saM Wallace from tbe county of Shelby, aad Known as ie old jail mil tin i milium ml JoinlDg, situated on tbe south stde or Xstta street, naving a street on Its son Hi and west, and boandisloa tne eaiUay a lot owned ay er known as Schennal's lot. The title to said property 16 believed to perfect, and all equity of redomptioa 1 waived. I sell only as trustee. - R.VINEY, Trastee. September o, isa. oe7 Trustee's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust execated oa Mm , ?.n d.arf February, lsi, by B. K.. W. 11. and Z. T. Bickers aad remastered la tire. Ivegister's office of Shelby county. Tennoarce . in book No. 7S, page 3W, I will, at tbe reaaest orthe beneficiaries, between the boars oft I and 12 o'cloek, on Satnrtlar, 1st Day of XoTemberj 1S7S, at the southwest corner of Main and Madison streets In the city or Memphis, sell at pnialK auction, ror cash, to the highest bidder, the f llowlngdescribedreal estate, to-wit: LytsK and being In the county of Shelby, Stat et Tennessee, being the SE "4 of section 11, T. 1, R. 8 west, containing one nundred and sixty aoree, being the same land sold bv Chaaeery Court, November 21, lm, to said Bl R- Klekert and F. X. Woodward as the property of tee heirs of Daniel Harrison. All ritrht or eoBitx- of redemption Is expressly waived In saM trust ueeu. me uue is oeiieved to be good, bat I sell and convey only as trustee. ocl J. N. FORD. Trustee. COTTON PRESSES. CHEEK COTTON PRESS. iWILL. as neretofore, devote my personal attention to the mannraetnrn nr Uata WROUGHT IRON SCREW PRESS, tu H W surpasses all others both for boa-, ud steam power. I am determined that It sfe&n contlnne to do so. and sustain the unrivaled character that it has attained and to wtd& It is lastly entitled. I also manufacture that extraordinary aad most wonderful machine. tbe Cheek Cotton. Malt: Crn.sb.er, which most necessarily su percede ail hand labor for chvuing ott Use eM stalk. All orders for either the Press or Crasker must be addressed to FORD, PORTER CO, 33 Union street. Memphis Tea a. Jy2S M. D. CHEEK. Patentee. THE REYNOLDS IMPROVED REVOLVING SCREW COTTON PRESS Is on Exhibition and for sale at Swift's Iran and Steelworks, No. 19G Main Street, Memphis, Tcnn. rpHIS celebrated Press is now so improved X aa to work by steam, hand, or horse power. It is the most simpleand easily-working Ptsm now in nse. Send lor circular and price-list We have also the largest stock of Bar. !!. Hoop, Bheet. nud Roiler-I rou, south of ibe Ohio river, which we offer for sale at the lowest possible rates Our iron is manafae. tared at Newport, Ky and, we guarantee It to be of nrsti--s nnality. au2 lAStlfiCE. Asrnt. rESr.VIlLISIfF.D 1S33. GRAINGER & CO. PHOENIX FOUNDRY, " Steam Engines, Boilers and Hncblnery Tor Grist 21111s, Saw Jllils Distilleries, etc , Shafting, PuUeys, Ilangerslron Pipes Gadg-, eons, Cranks, Water Wbeass Tofcaeee screws, otpner v ora, ns not, Steam Ganges WMstlea, etc. REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTSNDBD TO Tenth St., bet. Sain ana Elrer, L0U1STILLE, : : . : KESTUCKT. ELEVATORS Hydraulic, Steam Power, Hani! Power Platrornii. ' HoIiHn?r Wheels, .MANUFACTURED BY sTAMES Ii. HAVEN & CO.. 5G Plrua Street, Cincinnati. tar We cannot give details In an advtse-jj ment. All we ak is a comparison of oar m chlneswlth others. sepH liOJJTHKKN IIOOPSEIET and CORSET -SIAWTJ,AirXOR"', 3To. SOS TijX,azx Stroot, WUOmZAS RETAIL. F.1S1IIOHA BrL Z Jolnllesa Skirts Best Foldlss; BosUes, VerltableJEr-ach Outs; 13 Stocking Bopporter!, Qxesa Shields Pads and Corset CtaHtev, frera ' VT AzaAJiTZa. NX-' ItOC W -AS