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From Hull's Journal of Health.!
With a greater amount ol' bile, in 1 lie
blood limn in iinlurttl, the rMult in tlmt
the eyes and the ukin bt'iiiii to wear u
yellow appearance, while various other
symptoiug nmtnlpst tlicuiaelvea, lie ro ril
ing to the teiiiperuiiient, habits and pe
culiarilies of the iudividiuil ; One hag sick
headache; another cooipluina of a want
of appetite, sometimes lout lung the very
appearance of food; a third had cold feet
and hands; a fourth has chilly sensations,
involving tha whole body, running up
and down the back ; a fifth is costive;
women become hysterical, and laugh, cry
or talk, while nien are moody, peevish or
morose. Bile is naturally of a bright
yellow color, but as a man becomes more
bilious it grows darker and is at length
as black as tar, causing a state of mind
which the old Kouinns called attrabtlity,
attra meaning black ; a stow I is on the
countenance, and the person is ill-natured
and fretful, finding fault with ev
erybody and everything; hence, when a
man is cross he is bilious, aad ought to
be pitied, and at the same time be made
to take an emetic.
The ill-natured are never well, they
are " bilious," the system is clogged,
the machinery does not work well, and
both mind and body are disordered.
The safest and best method of getting
rid of biliousness is steady work in the
open air, for six or eight hours every
day, working or exercising to tho extent
of keeping up a gentle moisture on the
skin. This moisture conveys the bile
away out of the system. The' same re
sult will be accomplished, but not so
well, by a good steam bath, or by wrap
ping up in bed, drinking hot tens, thus
"getting tip a perspiration" but the
atmosphere of the room should be pure,
aud the diet for several days Bhould con
sist of coarse bread and fruits. Medi
cines which " act on tho liver " will do
the same thing, but they should be ad
vised by the physician, when other
means have failed. i
The cilice of the liver is to withdraw
the bile from the blood. It is the largest
workshop of the body, and is at the
right side, about the lower eJjje ot the
ribs. When it does nut do its work
it is said to be "torpid" asleep
and medicines are given to stimulate it,
wake it up, make it act, work faster than
common, so as to throw off the excess of
bile. When it does not withdraw or
separate the bile from the blood the skin
grows yellow, also the whites of the
eyes, and the man has " yellow jaun
dice." When it separates the bile from
the blood, but it retains it within itself,
constipation ensues, appetite is lost,
spirits become despondent, and the per
son is languid, lazy, fretful and irritable.
The liver is in a sense like a sponge,
and the bile may be pressed out of it ns
water out of a sponge, by pressing the
ball of the hand over the region of the
liver downward, from hip to "pit of
stomach," two or three minutes at a
time, several times a day. This is a
good remedy in dyspepsia, and also re
lieves the stomach of wind, giving im
mediate aud gruteful relief sometimes.
Bplsadori of tha French Stage,
There was recently brought out at the
Theatre du Chatelet, in Paris, in the most
splendid style, a fairy piece founded on
"Cinderella." It contains thirty-two
tableaux, and there are no less than six
hundred and -fifty different costumes seen
in the course of the play; the ballet is
danced by the Princesses of the Stars,
and the Princessess of the Island of
Flowers, the Princesses of the Island of
Butterflies, the Princesses, of the Crystal
Grottoes, the Princesses of the Island of
Volcanoes, the Princesses of the Dia
mond Mines ; the final apotheosis changes
fonr times. Nothing so splendid was
ever seen in Paris. Enormous sums of
money were spent on it There are
even hundred people employed every
night in copnection with the piece,
One head machinist, five head gas
men, five electric light men, fire cos
tumers, five seamstresses, five shoema
kers, five property men, five magazine
men, five armorers, one head stage man
ager, four deputy stage managers, sov
rnty-six - machinists, forty gas men,
eighteen dressing men, eighteen dressing
women, twenty call boys, two hundred
and nincty-seTen female figurantes,
thirty-four danseuses, twelve infant dan
teases, and twenty-four actors and ac
tresses; total, seven hundred and eleven
persons. During the three months pre
ceding the performance, sixty women
and men were at work making the six
hundred and fifty costumes worn in the
piece; for six months before it was
played forty-two carpenters, blacksmiths,
locksmiths, etc., were employed, making
the machines and scenes. The dry goods
bill for silk and golden goods bought in
London and Lyons is (13.000; the stock
ing, net cost, $3G."0; the embroidery,
$4000; the ornaments (made by (iran
ger), fli-iSO; the shoes. $2020; the bon
nets, etc, $1500; flowers, $1220; belts.
$-100; diamond shields, $5H0; armor,
helmets, etc., $810; feathers, $3G0;
pasteboard, $180; " property," $21 W-
total, $31,200. Add the scenery, dra
pery and mirrors used, which cost above
$20,000, but say only $10,000 total
$.11,000. The duily expenses are $120.
It is reckoned the piece will run threo
hundred nights at least, and take be
tween '$2000 bnd $2200 a night The
expenses, including $00,000 original out
lay, will be $186,000 for three hundred
nights; Ibe receipts will be between
$000,000 and $000,000, leaving in the
managers' hum's between $104,000 and
$IC5 -a prize worth strnggling for.
Edward Bates and the President.
I'joui the St. Louil Republican.
One of the most interesting events con
nected with tho stay of the President in
St. Louis, wns the occasion of bis visit
to the ex Attorney Oeneral of the United
Slates, Hon, Edward Bates. It is known
to must of our citizens that the health of
Mr. Bates is very precarious. . He is
suffering from a disease of the lungs
tlmt is liable- to prodube de.tlh at almost
any hour. On Sunday, at one o'clock,
nccording to a .previous arrange
ment, Ciipf. James B. Eads called at the
Linden House for the President, Sec
retai'y Beward and Secretary )Vells, and
with (hem proceeded to the house of Mr.
B:i(es. The lader seemed much afl'ec(ed
on seeing his distinguished associates,
and (hnuked (hem most feelingly for
their visit to one who, he said, was a
dying man. lie spoke, however, with
the greiitest cheerfulness of his expected
dissolution. Having lived ihrett score
years and thirteen, he had three more
years than he was entitled to. His re
marks to Mr. Seward were exceedingly
touching. - He had never expected to
see him ulive ngnin, und this was just so
much clear gain for him. Mr. Welles he
addressed us one who was near to him
by ties of frieudship and mutual (rial
beyoud what he could express. Hh
spoke lo the President as one who hail a
greater weight of cures aud responsibili
ties lliuu any filly men in the nation,
and thanked God for believing that he
was one of the most worthy that could
h-'ve been selected to perform his obliga
tions lo the whole country.
The President at parting assured Mr.
Bates that bin interview with him lit
Washington was fresh in his memory, us
well as each word of good advice and en
couragement be had then given him, and
that he could not express the pleasure it
gave him of having it in his power now
to do himself the honor of culling to see
The purling of Mr. Bales and Mr.
Seward was ixceedingly touchiug, but
the kind wcrds of each cannot be c"
called. The eyen of both were moislened,
and the deep feelings with which all four
of these gieat Matesmeo were all'ected
will long be leaiemhered by those who
witnessed their farewell visit to (be re
vered and honored putriut of Missouri.
. A Napoleonic Hint to Prussia.
PariB(Augui:i:7yConeii)ondcn ool tbeLon on
When the troops of the Camp of
Chalons were reviewed for (he last time
before breaking up and returning to their
respective quarters, Marshal Kcgnaud da
St. Jean d'Angely addressed them in a
speech which to ordinary apprthension
cou(nins nothing extraordinary, but in
which some who were surprised at the
ready acquiescence of the Emperor Na
poleon in M. de Bismark's arrangements
love to detect the germ of a future colli
sion. This interpretation seems forced
and far fetched, for the Marshal used no
language but that which was suited to
Bitch an occasion. On handing their
colors to the carbineers and cuirassiers,
he entrusted them, he said, in the name
of the Emperor, and by hi3 order, to
their patriotism and their devoteduess:
You read upon them the names of Ma
rengo, Aiistci-litz, Jena, Friedland, Wag
ram and Moskewa, which recall the glory
of your lathers, and tell you, their
descendants, what France has a right to
expect from you. Uopect and love
tht-se noble emblems. Know how to die
in their defense. Let them be for you
the emblems of valor, of discipline, aud
of devotion (o your Sovereign and your
country. And be cei(ain (hey will ever
guide you to victory, and with heads
erect you will show them to the enemy,
with the sacred cry of Vice I Emptreur I
Perhaps the speaker might have eon
tented himself with alluding generally
to the martial renown of (he French
army, without specifying any particular
instance. Marengo was gained over the
Austrinns; Austerlitz, " the battle of the
three Emperors," over (he Auslrians and
Russians; but why remind Prussia,
flushed with recent victories, and believ
ing herself invincible, how low she was
brought by one of the most sanguinary
victories which the fir.n Napoleon ever
won ? How prostrate she lay at the feet
of the tuan whom she had defied ? This
marked allusion to Jena "by the Commander-in-Chief
of (he Camp of Chalons,
in a speech said to he penned by the
Emperor,'will not evoke any very agree
able sntiments in the breasts of the
Prussians, in (heir pre.ien( (emper, to
wards Ihe French.
Herichol V. Johaion on the Philadelphia
llerschel V. Johnson who will be re
membered as the candidate of the Dong
las Democracy for Vice President in
1800 has written a letter dated Augusta,
Georgia, September 1, on the Philadel
pbia Convention, in which he says:
Although I felt the neceswUy of some
means of bringing the conservative men
of (he Nor(h and (he people of (he South
into co-operation, yet 1 duuhted the ex
pediency of the call for the Philadelphia
Convention. After it was called I was
very timidly in favor of sending dele
gates,' fearing that the passions ea
gendered by the war had not sufficiently
subsided to admit ofharmony in council
and wisdom in action. I am glad that
my misgiving have been disappointed,
and I believe much good has been done
and progress mado toward restoring
harmony upon the basis of the Constitu
tion. Though not all which I could wish,
yet more than I expected, was done.
With the spirit, tone and, in the main,
the sentiments of the resolutions adopted,
I am satif fied. Both in language and
principles I would make slight modifica
tions. But take thera as a whole, con
sidered in the light of surrounding cir
cumstances, they furnish less ground
for complaint than I could have antici
pa(ed. They were evidently dictated
under the inspiration of patriotism and
phrased in lancunge intended not to
wound the sensibilities of an over
powered but'proud and gallant people.
Viewing them in this light, I am willing
LABOEST CITV CIKCUEATIOX. .
- :K. TUESDAY KVKNING. SKl'TKMIiER 18.-
to accept them in the spirit that gave
them form and utterance, and ignore
whatsoever is distasteful, as a tribute to
the generous enthusiasm of the patriotic
body from which they emanated. ,
! Jackson and Johnson.
The Philadelphia Aye, under the head
of " Strange Coincidence," furnishes the
following facts in the live ol (ho two
Tennessee Presidents :
" Andrew Jackson was born in North
Carolina, emigrated to Tennessee, aud
was electeJ President of tho l nited
States. During his administration the
opposition were wonderfully exercised
because he dared remove men from
oflice who opposed the government.
Andrew Johnson was also born in North
Carolina, emigrated to Tennessee, and
is now President of the Uni(ed Slates.
The opposition are just now wonderfully
exercised about his removing men from
ollloe who are now opposed to 'the
government.' Philadelphia was (he
only cily in the Union whose municipal
BUthorilies refused to extend hospitali
ties (o General Jackson on his visit (o the
West, and Philadelphia is the only city
whose municipal authorities refused to
extend hospitalities to Andrew Johnson
on his vUit to the West.
"But the people of Philadelphia turned
out en masse to Welcome Andrew Jack
son, and by a decided vote at the polls
sternly rebuked the municipal authorities
for their contemptible mealiness. Tho
people of Philadelphia also turned out
en masse t'i welcome Andrew Johnson,
and will administer a similar rebuke to
the present municipal authorities at the
ballot box. Slranne coincidences some
times happen in this wicked world of
ours. ' 1 ' '
A NKW EKl IN DENTlSTilY.
Teeth Ex ti acted Without Pa'.u, by
the Aid of Local AgcncWia.
IT WILL liK HIGHLY OKATIKV1XU
1 to the umny tbounamli whoiirexullerinK Willi
lec-uvi-d and achina teeth, and who hare been
dio.iiluitf lo have thiMU extraated for yearn, lo
luuru I but Dr. J. It. Va.-iu.ilenli.-t, of this city,
is estrnclimt teeth daily, with Ilia aid of an eu
tirely new discovery, without Kivin (lie slklit
et pain and without the Icaxt poaMblu dainter
or iiicouveiiience to the pale-nt w hatever. Aud
by his great facllitioa for niiiiiul.ieiuriiot nlmo
work, can insert new to.;th in any number,
from ouu to an entire full m'1. in u few hours
after extraction, which teeth are entirely natu
ral, and can bo worn with every diwee of com
fort ui.til the mouth aud iruius are in a suitablo
condition for a iMiriuiiuentset.
eUtrue, corner of Main and Monroe, No.
WM. II. MORGAN,
A i' T O UN 111 Y- V V - Li A XV
a:.i:it.u. maim mjext,
Cumtniiiahner of LUt.ij, Etc.,
Over Denoto luuranee Coiupaiiy, lienoto Block
32 M KM PUIS. TENN.
MOORCSaCO., inW.UlD I.ITS0U,
. Cineinuati, Ohio. " Muwrdiu.
hknkt u. FMQi'goH, 'Agent, Ueinphi-.
M00RES, SMITH & CO.,
No. 362 Main Street,
(SIGN OP TUG GOLDEN STIKRl'P
Importers, Deal, r' and Manufacturers of
Trace aud Breast Chains,
i, m a. rr ii ir it ,
tHOEM A KEH'S. TANNER'S CUKRIER'S
Toola and Fliidiiitfs,'
Of all Qualities and Deuriiitii.n?.
BADDIiEB, HARNESS, BHIDIjEJ,
Trunks, Vail-ts A It. It. UitRv,
And Agents for the sale of
India Kubber, I-ttnt livi-ted
Hikii Htretchril iciatbt-r
Gin and Mill .Bands.
rpiIKl-NPAKALLLLEOSl 'CCKi-S IN T11K
X establishment of our bunine'n li-m injured
us te largely increase our facilities lor the
And take pleaaure in calling: tha attention of
Men-hunt'. Manufacturer and Planters lo Ihe
largest and be avorted stock ever broucht to
the Missis. ppi Valley. Purcbarcd lor ca.h
direct from the manufacturers, which we are
i.Heri nc at a very small advance. Our connec
tion with one of the Unrest Saddlery iUrdwsrn
and Manufacturing: estebtishuirnt. in lliec. urn
try enables us to ooinneto sucoes.-folly with I lie
7. MOORE3, BMITH t O
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' NEW CROP SEED RtE,
Just received by
R. G. CRAM i CO..
379 Main street. (Jatknu Ulo.lj.
RASS SEED, CLOVER StED.
!. IiA'JDRETII GARDEN PEED,
n store and ft r tale low, by
R. G. CI! IO k CO., Seedsmen, -371)
i. uu St., (Jackson I'.lockl.
COTTON SAMPLING TAPER.
At CRAIG'S SEED FTORE,
T9 Main St.. Memphis. Tenn.
TO THE PUBLIC.
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AND REsTAbRANT in fine style, and
(aiiraairea to Rive you none but the fine.t of
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OYSTERS IN EVERY SHAPE
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of New ork. , t
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of New York.
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t UN.VICJI.VL. AOKWT
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J. Ii. HUTCHINSON. Vice rWt.
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i nder Urctnlaw Opera H use,
M . ,'IPHIS, - - TKNN.
ii-, t R EST A I'R A NT HAS BEEN FITTED
1 i.r in unit-elaM style, and challenges eoin
pui.vin in any respect with any Restaurant in
tli. .-'..mil or West. It is now ousn. and the
P iiii.uaiijof the public resneotfully invited,
j K. DPI' f A.. Proprietor.
RESTAURANT AND SALOON.
42 Bioad Street,
NKW Y Jt It .
KEEPS THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
Li'inon, and sets the beat Luuehea in New
TUB PLACE WHEHE ALL 80UTH
FIHNER8 RAT AND DRINK. 75
VANKLEECK '& CLARK,
(Secession to JOIIN a BE ALE.)
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS.
PRINTERS & LITnOGRAPITERS,
No. 19 Nassau Street,
K li K II T O
Mcrs. Norton, Slaorhter k Co., Kew Tork.
C. M. Farmer. E.i.. New York.
WM. P. PAYNE,
LAUOK Bit ORE It,
Office, Northwest corner Becoad and
Monro 8tt, up ataira.
ORDERS FOR HOrPK SERVANTS,
Plantation Help. Mill Hands. Wood Chop
pers, ate- promptly fiUed.
Employment Obtained fop all
Ten Cents Per Week.
lSC(i. ' NO. 13.
a a. PICH, , B. HH1KP,
Memphis. I.ale J. B. Sharp k Co., Memphis.
- U. til- Axokkiion, Agent, Memphis.
SPICER, ANDERSON & 0.,
' DEALER lit
Choice Family Groceries,
Wood und Willow Ware, Etc.,
v .N0..412 MAIN STREET,
Third Hoor. North of Presbyterian Church.
"( OiilW DKT.I VERED FREE OF CHARGE
IT to all parts of the city. M
J. K. IXUKHMOIf. J. W. GAT.
I. M. Bl OHKt.
AXDERS0X, GAY 4 HIGHER,
Cotton Factors, Grpcers,
Ho. 338 Front Street,
, , Corner of Union,
' MrvPHin, Tkxx., September 1, 180.
Ur. Kn thi. ilnv aMnci&ttMl with ill in buat
ne. Mr. II. M. Bonlier, under the name and
sti leol Anderson, uuy anu cuuner.
, , . ANDERSON' k GAY.
We would rc.Hprctfiilly call your attention to
our rard above. Having been Ions encaced in
tho Orucery and Cotton Fai-toraire buniness in
thia place, with superior facilities for thetrana-ui-iinii
of tho auino. and an intimate knowledge
ol i ho wnnts of tho planting community, we
led confident wo can conduct your buainesa to
your advantage and entire aatiafaotion. Our
GROCERY UEPAR1MENT, with the in
creased iacilitie.i at our command, together
Willi our Ionic experience in uie irime, we can
.....r.,,,ti.A ii, our ivionda anil customers a full
and raricd stock, which will enable us at all
tiutex to till their orders promptly and at tha
lowurt market rates. One of oor house will
devote his entire time and attention wtbeaale
of COTTON. Having a thorough knowledge
of IheBiime, and being aellera only, we ean at
all timet obtain the highest market prices, via
are prepared to make advances on Cotton con
signed to ua. All consignments of Cotton will
be covered with Insuranoo in our open policy,
....!.,. tht.rwiiiinrfinred. By a strict attention
to buMnesn, we trust to merit a continuance of
the liberal patronage aireaay enenueu m.
Soliciting share of your business, we remain.
V ery r.eneciiuiiy,
A v IiK'.rsiiN. il AT A RIIGIIER.
IVnn.. Hentember I. IkXI. 35
Mnnplils and Madison Ale Depot
JAMES BACH MAN, Prop'b,
NO. 349 FRONT STREET.
Near Greentrce Houc,
Momiihi - ...Tenn.
ltn'B I'lWJTiXn.T OW flANDMADT-
IV son and Cincinnati Ales and Porter, which
wo .oil oy 1110 nan Darrei, aea or uwcu, .im
ilolit er lonteumbouts and all parts of the city
tree ol charge. ; u
II. H. TAYMpR t CO., Agents
. FUH 1B
1 AFl.lN' POWDER COMPANY.
AMERICAN FO, F F G, F F F G RIFLE
PREMIUM DIAMOND GRAIN.
DUCK-SHOOTIJTG AKD MISSOURI KI-
FLF, v ' ,'
And wholesale dealers in
SHOT, BAR-LEAD AND GUN-CAP3.
No. C7H Front Street. ?J
T0OF, , PHILLIPS tfcCIRODE,
. C'pmniisaioa Mercbanta,
AND DEALEB8 IN
No. 363 Front Street, eor. Court, ,
rpiIE HANDLING AND SALE OF COTTON
I m mnk.. .nMiiditv t our Mr CHAS. E.
PHILLIPS, who has charge of this branch ol
our business, having had near twenty years' ex
perience therein in this city. All Cotton eou-
aigneil to us By river or raiiroaa win oeooiereu
by oor open poney oi iuauraucv. ura wmw
Our atockof Bagging, Rope, Iron Ties and
Plantation Supplies will always be found lull
anit eofnnlete. l
UW D. H. EVANS,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Xo. 11 Monroe Mreet,
MEM 11 IIS. TENNESSEE.
TTAS IN STORE AND FOR SALE, AT
1 1 the lowest market rates,
Kxi bbla Whiskey, various grades.
7'i ' pipes Cognac Brandy.
10 puncheon Jamaica Rum.
15 pipes Holland and Schiedam Oin.
1 41 J casks Madeira. Sherry and Port Wines,
inn i.s.Itai. llr,i.r II ciitticck Ch&mDaime.
75 cases Cuts. Ferrie Champagne, Imperial
fj i : rM.n si.il Phftmniaiia.
,U do Roker's, llostetter't and Plantation
Ale and Sorter Direct Importation,
joucawks Guinness k Cons' Dublin Brown
r-tont. . .
150 ca.k Barkly, Perkina iCo.'t London Por
ter, in pinis and quarts. .
casks 'uucrs' Edinburgh Ale, in atone
10C casks Campbell k Co.'s Strong Ale, in pints
and quarts, ... ,
rtvaes Jctiry'a Sparkling Ale. in pts. and qts.
ti do Tennent'a Olag"W Ale, pints.
Toeether with a full atock of draught Ale.
Hotels, restaurant, and private families sup
plied with Ale and Porter, in quantities to rait
one doi. or npward. D. H. liVANS,
41 14 Monroe Street.
KtMlt'KY FAU31 PRODICE.
ONIONS. POTATOES, ETC.
liMi bushels white Shaker II ill PoUtoes;
5in1 bushels white Nefhannock Potatoes:
il.nj bu-hels Early While Sprout Potatoes, for
yKM hu-he'ls tweet white and rod Potatoes ;
3oil bashels silver akin Oni"nt.
Delivered to L. A M. Railroad Depot, at
Lonirvill or Memphis. . . .
Address A. T. FULI ERTON.
Lojiiville, Ky .
Or leave orders with F. P. Bates k Co, No.
Ml M ain atreet and i'U Kr nt street, or at W . H.
i'ullertoo k Co. 'a. 441-, Monroo atreet. Mem
phis, or at Ivinson k Gilbert's, H .Main
GEORGE IV. TKOTTEK,
No. 14 Monroe Street,
BAOOINO. ROPE AND OTHEK BUf
pliea furniahed at the loweat market rates.
All eonaigninents ol notion inaureu, urn u;
atructed to the contrary - '
A. T. WIKBKB1.T,
J. A. allKNINU,
ABU. M. HAltWKL,
A. T. WIMBEKXY & CO.,
Grocers, Cotton Factors
General Commission Merchants,
Ho. 333. Cor. union and second nti.,
MKMl'H IS -TKNN.
IIBERAL ADVANCEMENTS ON COW
j signments; All consignments covered by
open policies of insurance, unless otherwise in
structed. ' " a
A. P. BIIIDITT.
JAS. H. SUITD.
A. P. IHIBDITT aV CO.,
COTT O IN". fFAC TO ItS
, .... ' ...
' OrriTK At thoir old Crocery atand.
SOS Front Street,
MKMPH1M TENN. 75.
lAUlIIL IIIISBT. HA. H. DOBIOK-
' MOSBY & DOKIOX,
COa&'MISSIOK' , MERCHANTS,
OFFICE IJo 15 Moaby Hunt'a Build
ing;, vjf Bl-aire, ffw x- m.
COTTON BY RIVER AND IN STORE IN-
i tuavAii nn 4t ntnflrwihn urtiurou. "
tr w vucTR. JOHN KERB,
Vrm't M. A T. R. R. Formerly of Aujrurta, ja
OIO. r. KOOTKAf UlBUOMOD tt J.OOira,DU uuuit.
WHITE, KEKR k BOOTES,
General CommlBsion aad Forwr.d-
i Kf..Aknla V
NO. m MAIN 8T.,'(0AYOSO BLOCK..
Memphis, Tenn. Conaignments ot Curt-
ton, Provisions, Produce, eu.-.. aoueiieu, m
. PICKFTT. ' " J. 0. MKKLT
PTJCKBTT & NEELV,
Cotton Factors ami General
NO. 233 FRONT STREET,
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE ON
Cotton and other produce consigned to ua
lor sale or shipment. J
p. L. GSAT,
J. A. WIN!.
Late of Virginia.
GRAY A WINN,
...v. . , AMD
i Oflico and Salesroom,
.No. 7 WaBbintcton Street,
One door east of Front Street.
Cotton Shed and Warehouse, TITUS BUILD
IN tf. foot of Kxehango .Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - - TKNN.
OUR WAREHOUSE BEING SITUATED
on the Levee, otters Superior Facilities to
O. C. PtaTEl, B. FRANK HaBHKBT,
Lata Vernon, Partee k Cliy. Memrhis, Tenn.
PART EE aV IIARBERT,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
General Com mission Merchants,
XVo. 14 Monroo St.,
(Bet. Main and Front.)
CASH ADVANCES MADE ON C0NSION
ments. Bagging, Kope and Supplies fur
W. L. RTKWART, U. D. MKRIWrTH SB.
Lato Stewart k King. Late Meriwether, Forde
i A Co.. Jackson, Tenn.
at. O. L. 8T1WABT, Lato of Kaleigh.
Stewart, Meriwether & Co.,
No. 17 Madiaon Street,
B. M. BLACK, JAMES WHITE,
Memphis, Tenn.' Late Maysville, Ky.
0. tf. CAM RON, Late Maysville, Ky.
II LACK, CAMUON fc CO., -
- I f
Produce and Commission
Charleston Avenue, near M. k C. R- R. Depot.
CONSIGNMENTS SOLICITED. PROMPT
attention given trf all business entrusted tu
our care, and orders for Provenderand Planta
tion r-upplies lilted it thortett notice aud at
lowest rates. All orders left at 322 Frontstreet
will be promptly attended to. 47
Ki. Norton, I T. J, . elcuhti, .
Lata of Padurah. I Lale ol bt. Louis.
It. H. Wisnoii,
Lata of Clarksville, Tenn.
NORTON, SLAUGHTER & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco factor,
General Coniinlssiun Merchants
40 Bioad Street,. New Torlt.
C. M. rariuer, Correnpoutleut.
TE MAKB LIBERAL ADVANCES 0
consiganieiMa oi u(hujb.
F.EFERENCE3 IN MEMPHIS.
1 . r. ti imana. u in v.o., Km.
iV. C. MeClnre. Cashier Bank ot Meoiphia.
J. W. Page, Cashier Commercial Bank..
Ueonre W. Trotter. Cotton Factor.
Wa. A. (roodwyn. Cotton Factor.
Benj. Babh, Cotton Factor.
Coronna. Tsns'ig sr Co.. C.tttmi Faetocs. 31
DB. ItH. U. TKWKKii. Ml fel TOBRlra,
Grenada. Miaa. Coffeevilla. Miss.
TOWNEH & TOUHENCE,
Ciroocnt, Cotton Factors
No. J ein-rwon cStre-eit,
MEMPHIS . TENN.
ALL COTTON CONSIGNED TO TS WILL
be insured under ear open policy, aaleas
Messrs. Alex. Bowers and 8. C. DePaaa
are located wit . They will bepleawd to see
their friends, and will endeavor to give satis
faction to all who will give them a call, a
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