Office. No. I Madiaon Mti-cot.
LIKUKST CITI CIRCULATION
The Beauty Saloon,
406 1-2 Wain St,Memphl8, Tenn.
AVINGRFCfNTLY P.EN R FFITTED
IB supplied WHO B euoicw v f
Wines. Ltsnors and Cigars,
Walkei's celebiatei Ale and Porter eon
ptantly on tp. I jetrrs- fine, fresh ana wr.
direotfn tn Norfolk nl Mobil. "rved in every
gly e. and sold by me can or in aoeu.
Arrival and Departure of Trains.
K18SIS8IW 1MB TBBBBBBKB "I"0"-
fYeUht' (exe.pt 8un-!y) 2:85 ., 46 m.
Mail 'rain makes di eot oonneotien lor Ken
Orleans and all points South.
Viitrmi train inBSBi aireo o.ibud -
ftrOT-sl .Vini North of Grenada
Tinket office, ti ii'" ein J
doVot Omnib,.,eiwil. call f y-KCft"
cheok bae-age In any part of the oity by leav
IM orders sVLivHmOP.K. G.n. Snp't,
tab maU.dilT.r;r. 1:64 p.m. ai6r.l
Through express, daiWdoog
not arrives unlay or leave
Saturday iT10:M '"ll a0
Save Snndov W16A.ii. 7.3UP.M
Soni'Tvi ile Accommodation, ... ...
hnHroaa time fifteen minutes tutor than
BlKKIT HtrOHxa. Passenger At ent,
ar-l ABO "",t,l,t1Si'i
Night fcxprotti rrrtT tin K.nn
Xioifet ofiTe. No. MX Main .treeU Da-
pot, head e. .u. g g joNES. Snp't
BELL HOWELL, Passenger Agent.
MXMPBIB AD LITTLB BOOB BAILEOAD.
fJm.o Wist - Leave Hopefleld at 4:30 a.m.
S Ive at IAnguille at 11:30a.m.
fl kAL.v. L-Aafuill. at J p.m
fJT7.-V.ii. Ferryboat Imvn foot of
General Agent and Superintendent.
Arrival ui Deparura ef tn Kails from
Ihs ismphis Fostoffiee-Iew Arrange-
Ballimor an? JJ u,, 1
the Yiemphil and
Cwral. Mobile andOhio ; r -
mi . 1 I. nri 1 rttara " .
nooita ano .av
! railroad! a"":"""
130 p.m. U.SOa.m.
Buffala. Albany. New
pViTanTLoaieviile rail- '
Joad. and all branch
railroede, at ... 8.30 a,BU I P.M.
bnrg and all eiue 6"Utti
. Spa. l-ajn.
All itatiobi on the Miti
, ,ippi and Tennewoa,
aon and boutnern rail
roada at.. r
Meniphi and Little Beck
raiiraxd. tittle Koek.
MadUon (Sundaya x-
tp.m. lftti a.m.
Maiion, Witubarf and
ClaiSorne. Ark., (tn
eeily) Mony. Wod
neaday and friaay. at
Olive Branch atd Dybalia.
M in,' (aetai weekly)
Monday and fndy. at.
(wekly) I riday, at
litt K-ck and Urlena,
and ail laDdinia "B
White river (eeiui-aeek-
6 p.m. I p.m.
19 a.m. 11 a.m.
)y) laeeday aaa Biur-
Pine illn& and Helena and
all lao'iinca oa Arkan
taa river (tri aeekly),
loei'lay, Thursday and
Batur lay. at..-;
AH UcdiiiBiOD the Mimn
aipvi river south (leiui
weekly). Tuesday and
taturdny. at ....
All lanlinaa on Miaaia
aipi'i river north (aeuii
w vkly, Uonday and
9 a.m. 4 P.
9 a.m. 4 p.m.
9 a.m. 4 pa
9 a.m 8.30 p.i
J081AH DEbOACli P. M.
Wasbixotos, Njvembcr 9 All of the
Cabinet lificers were in auendance at a
meeting to-day except tbe Postmaster
Tbe President was en caned daring the
forenoon in rediDg the anoaal reports
cf ibe C bioet officers and other officer,
in consequence of which be was unable
to give attention to any of the large
camber of visitors anxious to have inter
views.' J. A." Ware, Solicitor of the Sixth
Anditur's Bureau for tbe past five ysars,
bi been temoved.
T iepnsrger and freight bnsiness on
the Pacific railroad coutinnee large. The
earuinga of tbe Weatern Pacifio for Oo-.
tober were one hundred thonsand dol
lars in coin, aod tbe Central Pacific, six
rinndred and sixty-two thousand in coin.
The travel westward is about double
that eastward, on bo'h liner. Tbe emi
grant cars are well filled.
.. Coal is foond in Monti Debilo range
which has bveo tested in tbe locomotives
of the Western Pacifio road, and foond
to work well. This is of great impor
tance to the workings of tbe overland
Senator Spragne, who had opened tbe
tieg oiiniions to purchase the Rational
Intel igtnecr, bus declined to boy that
Lr. draper, if New York, has ac
cepted toe Presideney of the American
Uoicn Academy of Literature, 8cience
Art, I hut fcaa just been formed in
- Watbirgion. It already numbers one
.hundred and ibiriy-four members, in-
nucitip rree'"erii urnr, Dier tfusnce
Cia, Vice Admiral Porter, and others
ct' riistiiictiou. '
The Treasury Dprt,ent has received
information 'bat L G. Ee?, Solicitor of
tbe Second District of North Caroliaa,
has been indicted for embrxzlement, be
having appropriated about (50,00 cf
Government lunda to his own use.
Cixvilasd, November 9. Consider
able excitement was created among rail'
road men bere to day by tbe presence of
Jay Gould and alctlenry, ed a Lumber
of others interested in ibe trie, and At
lfcotic ard Great Western roads. Ibe
rjeeotiatois have been called on all day,
aind alihonch they have been private, yet
eooogh is krown to joatifj tbe slaiemer.l
that ibey bave been of a highly le lige
rer character. It is understood that
MiIIdnrT is bere Ka commecce legal
rr ceedices to "b'ain possesion of the
A lanlio and G'eat ttss'ts railroad
owing to tbe failure of ibe Er e Company
to comply with tbe terms of tbe lease,
aod that heavy oamsf s are lovolved L
i giveo cot to-oittt that Goaid aod his
. , j. I . f.; led to aatisfv the
r.ne inenue n
E iglish stockholder! or effect compro-
mise with mcnenry, -----
the latter will eommenow ieSi
'nitis asserted that Gould and Fisk w.re
badly hurt by tnetr goio oporai.uu.,
J. nn fVirhin and tn
ln".,D,e' . nno.l their bankrupt
condition: that they failed to paj the
Atlantio and Great Western peopie no
cause tbey had not the means, "
their broad gauge line a un ,,.. .
likely t" he gobbled np and destroyed by
ibe Mtilinry iniereat.
HmmU a T, rre nam
bers are arriving to witness the Mtooie
Allen mill, but tne siasea
j 1 ftk,Akf anlared off tbl
arawn sun , . .
afternoon. The pugilists are lond 1 in
.r urnia. whom tbey
lanir KOUBHI. U' V. w , -
charge with cowardice. He has oertatnly
shown captiousuess about the final take
holder, in refusing to aceept any but
a a i l:aJ tn ant
Murray, who absolutely ueonuou iu .v.
vr v v.a.mKee 9 The Erie
Railroad CjmpaBy notified tbe Stock
Exchange to-oav mat i id tiinuu.
of thirty day 15 000.000 of convertible
bonds will be ified. These bonds are
i it. M.rrnw.ftaiiirA Sinking
H II u w 11 mm uw
Fond bonds, Bd are issued fr the pur
pose of laying a tniro ran on mo oun,c
track, in conformity with tbe agreement
made wim tne iie oooro vui;
created surprise on th Stock Exchange,
and nanaed a decline on Vanderbilt
k. : : 1n.bait nnnn aa preatinv a
rivalry between the Erie and New York
Central roads. -
t. :. ...nnnAA that thA irtinnntions
egaiDst the uoia ,xcnaoge ddi ubts
been vacated and discharged in all the
suits, and said suits bave also been dis
. . I 11 L I
The following- failure! are annonneed:
White, Heath k Co.i woclen goods job
bers, liabilities $150,000; Randolph
B -others, woolea dealers, and Mixer,
Whitman ft Co.. starch manufacturers
and oil dealers. The liabilities of tbe
lntter are very heavy. The rumors of
tbe failure of Condict, Jennings Co.
are nnfounded, and that of a small dry
foods boose name not stated is prob
ably correct 1 '
T.nnisvtLLl. November 9 At eight
o'clock last night, as the Express train
from Nashville was leaving Bacon Creek
station, Milton Cochrane, a brakesman,
was shot aod mstantly killed by a man
supposed to bve been concealed behind
a wood pile. Tbe cause of the murder
is rot conjectured.
1 Governor 8teveesoo bai respited Wm.
Krel. tbe wife murderer, whose execu
tion was fixed for November 19 h, notil
December 17th. A application will be
made to tbe Legislature in tbe mean
while to commute bis sentence.
The United States Marine Hospital
here has been reopened for tbe benefit of
(Jo Sunday evening a party or one
hundred men came to the New R cb
mooj (Kentucky) jail and took out a
man named 8urcey, tbe author of five
murders, aod bnng him in tbe courthouse
yard, with a plaoard on bis back, not to
est him down until seven o'clock Mon
dav evening. Tbe crowd then dispersed.
Near Crab Orchard Springs, ta tbis
Slate, on Friday night, four men went to
bouse of ill-tame to tear it down, bat
fioding some parties inside ready to de
fend it, opened fire npon tbem with
Spencer r fles, and mortally wounded
George Faukealy, one of the itmates.
SEW II AH Phil IRE.
Corcobd. N ivember 9 Josiah L.
Pike, wbo murdered Thomas Brown and
his wife, two aged persons, at Hampton
Mis, in May, 1868, was hanged to-day.
Toe voteoa tbe adoption ot tbe S ate
constabulary is vety light, and it will be
defeated by a large majority; probably
not over IS 000 votes were cast. Con
cord, Muncbester and otber populons
towns bave given large msjorities against
Flobkkcb. November 9. Tbe official
paper of this city publishes the follow-
"To-day, the physicians attending
King Victor Emanuel, now report him
entirely out of danger."
Madrid. November 9 During the
sessions of tbe Cortes, yesterday, Gen
eral Prim said, in his reply to tbe ques
tion that Admiral Tapete bad resigned
on account of the candidacy of tbe Duke
of Genoa, but that be would continue to
favor the revolution, and aid him (Prim)
in tne discharge ol bis ottictal dutie.
Pabis, November 9 Tbe city u tran-
anil. No further disturbances grew ont
f tbe excitement last evenirg.
THE FOLLOWING APPOINTMENTS
for retistration are herbey announced
I t Ward, N. Miller. 94 Main street
2d " William Cbaee. jr., 12 Peplar st.
id T P. Adams, beeund street.
h - Q. W. Lincoln. 66 Madisna at.
6th " K.J. Bouthuer. fieom 26, Court
nth " Wm. A Melson. Wa'dran Block.
7th " O. C. Jones, corner Hernando st
and Hoeth Market Hove.
8th " William Tait, Bluff City Mills,
th " J. D ban bury, Chelsea Heme,
10th " B. F. Boon, sr . corner Hernando
and booth it.eeu.
The above otBoee will ba ouen from 9 o'clock
a.m. to i o'clock p.m.
J. r. Bi.'UimHEn,
Cemmlfsioner of Registration for bbelfcy
i LL PERSONS M AF.INO APPLICATION
(f,r Ward reelstratloa will ha reauirait ti
exhibit their Bounty eertitoatee, aider act of
u.Ml q ik'e
I will also open Brtfln at the Court Hoon,
Monday, November 1. Iti9, fur tke reais'ratioa
of Voters, and oe"'"oo open for il days,
JOHN P. BOUailNK.
Conimieiioner of Kefiatratioa for tbelby
M'mnhli. Tenn., Oetobr W. 44 T3
told by Iks Trade ttemarssllw
A Liberal DUoonnt to Dealers.
too.c F nralebea V. 6evoraiaaews.
Aroav, Navy, Belt. Police and Pocket Revo'-
tht; pcv-tiiDRsnq m r"n rie'nis sl
mile lanes, nuns Melai'l cariridse; ttraack
loadas and rvnlvfv H;A.
a, kEBllKailOW aowai.
1 t Sew Torls.
Crwer T.eee m4 wwlk,rry atrwrta.
N. HPKK1W, Ageii.
pOTTON FROM THI5GIN WARR ANTED
vy enns rroai uxu TWO CENTd
i the poa- d and saore lint thaa from at
other ra knows. tu.uj
GOOD TTOSK CAS3 PFIO!
Panctnallty Before All Things
WHIT MORE & 00.,
THE PUBLIC LEDOEB
JOB PRINTING HOUSE
No. 13 Madison Street
HA VINO BOW n
plot operation the
FULL A1TO COM-
Book and Job DeDartmenta
of tMs BXTBNSrVK KSTABLISHMBJIT.
we Uke this mode of calling ths attention of
onr aatroas and friends, and the public tens-
rally, ia oar NJSW
ThU offlot It now tiit
Tu A. K- G E S T
And Best Appointed
IN THE SOUTHWEST,
And fntlv aanal to anv In the East as retards
its facilities for exeentiag Printing of every
variety and ia any color.
Ail Kinds of Work Executed.
Plain or Ornamental Typa,
Plain Black, Colored Ink,
60LD LXAF AND EBOJfZXS,
Inlevery manner know to the profeasloB, at
Boms and abroad
BOOKS AXD PA Sim LETS
Printed with saw type Utast rtyles.
Oraamtntal, Plain and Fancy
la a manner unsurpassable.
Printed in elatest style.
war large aasertment of type for
SHOW BILLS AND FOSTERS
II aot exoelled In the tnltad States.
Can be as readily and cheaply done at this
emoe as they are ta the A. ait, aad In u
We have la oar ofios lae
Lartreat 8Lsie Premmem
How in nae, together with
Walok enables as le print
CARDS JLXJi BILE-HEAIXS
WITH 9B.XAX CILIRITI.
We have a BPLKNBID ASSORTMENT of
small Plata aod Fancy Jek Utters, suitable
Bnsiness Cards and lrcnlri
In the Best Style, with suitable engrav
ings representing buaiaeaa.
For Seteols aad Cotlecca,
Printed BqbaU to Copperplea.
Pantealae atuattoa tlvaa ta
Eteamboat A Railroad I'rlntlsx.
MLAN li JiOOIlM.
Wl'k prlBted heads, tnett:r wltk wveryklvd
sf rlaia aad Faacy w eta. sWae wiia aieaeoa.
MEMrUiS,A ARKANSAS RIVER
FROM AND AFTER THrS DATB THIS
Company will run THRaU bpaU a week la
the Arkansas river i and until the oompletlon
of the new boats, ths following boats will con
stitute the linet
THOU. H. AIXFH
H. Blasedell. muter,
Leivln Memphis every Monday. Wednesday
and Vridav. at Hvo o'olook p.m.t makinv
connections at Little Rook with the Company s
light draught packets :
E. Smith, master,
For all nelnts above Little Rock, as high np
U Fort Oibron. , . . , . . .
Throush hills of lading given for freight to
and from New Orleans. Memphis, Bb Louis,
Loiiirville and Cincinnati. i
Frei.hta delivared at destination, at all
ttaiee of the river, without delay.
nv n.HAn n r, r r tn u, iuif iiuv i.uub
AT.th va(n,t'Mt.tfl anv noint on the
Arkansas river, should have their goods eon
sianed to " Memphis and Arkansas Rive
Packt Compsny." at Memphis, (ottloe 80S
Front street. Moshy Blook). Those shipping
i... N.n.l.n. .hnn d ronslen to "Memphis
aad Arkansas River Packet Company," mouth
of White river.
Tbe above Cmpny are now building two
new boats for the Arkansas river, which will be
BnlJhed about tbe 1st et uatnoor. ions eeonnng
to their natrons a reuauie in-weeaiy sine id
high or low water.
All persons who shin goods to the oareef this
Company, at Memphis or mouth of White
river, must send hill of lading to the agent to
prevent dcl.y. JOHN D. ADAMS, Prcs'U ,
S. H. SHOCK, Gen'l Tickot Ag't
No. 1 Promenad". foot of Jefferson st
W. L. fiKAHAM, Freight Agent,
front sireei, mosoy Bines. vj
Memphis and White River
White Ulver Xlne.
THE FOLLOWINa ELEGANT PASSFN
gcr packets will leave Memphis ovary
Thursday and Saturday at i o'olook p.m. t
W. A. CAIDWELI, Ilalnes, Htvster.
HATOSIA, jr. B. XistTls, Muter.
Maklnr close eonnectlona at Dnvsl'a Bluff with
the railroad fvr Little Reck, and at Jackson
port with the steamer MOLLIE ORATZ, for
all points on nnner White and Blaek rivers.
Ths above Company has now in course of
construction a magniAoent side wheel steamer
for this trade, which will be oompletcd on or
about the 1st of October, when she will be put
in the line as the Saturday naoket, the Natoma
taking Thursday. JOHN D. ADAMS', Pree'U
W. L..UKAH am, rre'gni Agent,
304 Front st , Meshy Blook.
8. H. SHO' K, General Tioket Agent,
No. 1 Pr imenade, foot of Jefferson. 9-t
Quick Time East.
Louisville Route Always Ahead.
COMMBRCIITO MAT 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILYTHBOUQH TBAISS
WILL BBS AI FOLLOWS OH TBI
Memphis & Louisville B. B. Line.
LesveMemphIs(city rJmel 4:00 a.m. 145 p.m.
Morning train from Memphis does not run
laveMemphis(alty time) 4:(in a.m. 3:45 p.m.
Arrive at Naehville- 11:45 p.m. 6:30 a m.
Fleeping can on evening iraia from Memphis
to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville.
Tb rongb Ticket, at BeeKseed Batea,
Can be procured at tbe Com' any's OfBoe, 237
Main street, and at Depot, bead ot Main street.
sr- Baggage Checked at depot, or by tbe
Memphis City Transfer Company, at Hotels,
private residences, or on board boats, to all
principal points Kaat and North.
Tioket Offioe, 237S Main street.
SAM. B. JONES, Superintendent.
8ELL HOWELL. Passen.er Agent. R2-t
It. U1CA.TNZVOIV Sc OO.
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
RlevM, Urates. Ilsswars), Hna Fais
atlablnir Uawls, Coal, Larst aad
Lubrlratlssgf otla, elc,
NO. 272 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS.
WE ARE NOW OPENING UP ONE OF
tbe largest and most complete stooks of
Stoves, Heaters, Hollow-ware, Cutlery. Tin
ware, and boose turninhing goods generally.
Among tbe stove stock we are pleased to fro
sent the public with tbe celebrated
Early Breakrast Cooking Stove,
and the OPEN FRONT PARLOR HEAT
KHH. that took ihe premiums at the Cin
cinnati Kairon tbs (th of September, where
there were ninety cook aiov ei tared the
Fashion, Kmporia, Charter and other leading
wood cooking stoves being among the eoateet
ants. We have also the reaowned
ZP -k- 3VH 33
onokint stove. We are the eole dea'ers la the
above stoves. A lull aod suitable s.pply of
geeeral ileaabcat and l''';'0f ,'
onha.,d. K. BRANSON A CO..
14-vl tin, y. 2 Front street.
riy ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN t
I The tel. I inn eiieting between tbe ttem
Ingtna Cotua (iin wenafacturing Company,
a. i ria-lrai-and EJa A A4. Everett Co.,
a. Al-t,t for ihe Ameriraa Aotdle (Jin, IS
dus.Ued by iou'u.1 n-enl.
K. . .MANtfACTUPINff CO
by U. V. tcatergd, "enerai Agent.
- tl. M
kVaKMlT A CO.
THE AMERICAN NKFDI.E OIN AND
1 Conrnr may nw bo had of A. J. hito
A Co., tn Front street, to whoa, tbe agency
has been transferred. ..
K. C. t. MANUFACTUFINO CO..
44-4 hy H V. pratiereood. 'eeneral Agent-
a. viocsao. a. vaoc.bo. a. a. vaocaao.
A. Vaccaro & Co.,
Importers aad dealers la
VUXr F, LIQUORS, CIGARS. ETC.,
NO. 324 TRONT 8TBEET,
MKWFHIfl, . . . . . naiiwiE.
. B L J
ig m i H
y1 " l i A - li H
v - V 'If! p9
2 $ V If
B . J . S
JJ. J. NEMME8.
Y AM M S IS E Willi ISE EI !
ATIHO LEABNED THAT PABTIES IS
Pretend ta swill ttsa Y W1IEE WBHKIT." WS hereby give notice that
any RfcttPONnlBI.E party we may dl.eov.ir attn.pUntr to .ell hj. brand
a II las; NPCRlssUS r. tela. W have had the ! aa and control of tbe
yeara, and aea, la genuine wlttaant
MEMPHIS LIFE & GEN. INSURANCE
C OMPANY, ,.l
CORNER FRONT AND MADISON 6TS.
D. B HOIXOY PrMlrfent
FKRDIRAIDHOLLOY's . Caabler.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
fe- BOOT & SHOE STORE,
WO. 178 1-a HAIX STBEET,
MEMPHIS. .... TENNESSEE.
Lsdles' and Misies' Boots. Shoes and Gaiters
made to order, and repairing done at short
notice. 49 74
Boots and Shoes!
JOSEPH S. LETETT & CO.,
(The oldest aboe dealer In Mempnla,)
THINK THAT THEY CAN. IN PRICES
and good goods.
Respectfully Invite dealers, planters and
eemmisniun merchants to call and examine onr
immense steok before purchasing.
J. H. LriVKiT CO..
V-t ' ytA Vatn. corner of TTnion stree
T. W. 8 PRAGUE & CO., South
east corner Fourth and Tine
Streets Cincinnati. Ohio, call
attention to their well assorted
stock of line clothing for men's,
youths' and children's wear.
One price and no deviation.
Clothing and Bhlrts made to or
der when desired.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST. TO
ma executed br James 1. Harvey, on the
btb day ol November, 1867. an 4 which is re
corded on pares 4nl and til, ol book t'A in me
rteiister s omoe or enemy oounty, xenneesee,
I will, for the purposes therein expressed, on
Saturday, 4th day of December n ext,
on tbe premise, offer at pnbllo auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, all tbe right, title,
claim and interest whioh said Harvey has in
and to a tractor land lying in Civil District
No. It, of Shelby oounty, SUt of Tennessee,
artnnt a mile and ana-half north of Whites
station, on the Memphis and Charleston rail
road: bounded on the north by the lands of
William Mendenall, on the eait oy tne tanas oi
R. M. Mason, en the south br tbe lands of Mrs.
Harvey, oa ths west by the lands of Br. N. C.
Perkins, and containing by estimation 148.
acres, more or less.
The interest of said James . Harvey has, in
a partition auit instituted in the County Court,
entitled Samuel Mendenall et als. vs. J. B.
Anderson et als.. been dotermined and set
anart aa follows, in the lmrtiti n ordered in
said cause, and which is si-read upon the min
utes of said Court, page boo a E, to-wu :
The whole of lot No. 6. containing 22 acres.
The haf of lot No. t, containing 21 acres. An
undivided interest with the heirs of lanaon v.
Harvey in No. 7, containing IV acres.
A nlntf.f the land to h aold. and rtarticular
description as to bonndaries, will be furnished
on the day of sale. T he title is believed to be
perfect, but the conveyance will be made only
as Trustee. Hale absolute.
!-i M KM. St. M. HAKKtNUM. Trnsrea.
T)Y VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF A
SB riwj nf trnat made bv M. O. Cox. on the 4th
day of January 1S65, to secure a certain indebt
edness therein described, I will, on
Batarday, rh day el December, 146,
In flront of No 1M Front street, Memphis,
Tenn.. proceed to sell for easb. to the highest
and bot bidder, the following described lot o(
land, lyirg and being in Shelby eounty and
State of Tennessee, and bona le 1 as follows,
tr wit: Beainnin at a point where tho west
ern boundary of ibe Wm. Blaek tract crosses
the Memphis and Ohio railroad ; thence east
erly with theaorth line of saidra Iroad twenty
poles, to a stake; thence north sixteen
chains, to asttke; thenoe westerly tw.nu-twe
ooles and a Ball, to a stage : meoce souia
wertlv eoventy eight pole., to tbe bei
eontainibg ten aeres of land. AH right or r
dera tioa is expressly waived in skid Trust
Deed ; aad the title to saia iana is aeneTea u
be perieet, but I will eonvey as trnsiee only.
Bale between the hours of tea and twelve
'el"ck m of said 4th day ef December.
67.M a. o. HMIIV, IISHW,
A. Splendid Chance
CENTRAL CITT PROPERTY!
Qnehandred feet irensom tsswesi
aid ol Shelby atreet. wllh the l
prwyemestta thereaa. WUI ba aald
allagether or 1st laws' aepavate lota,
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LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI AND
S E M-M
I i ; Memphis; Tenn. !;- ' ' g
PETRO OIL HEAD-QUARTERS
K.OSENBAUM & BROS., (
NEW STAND NO. 194 MAIN ST,, COB. OF WASHINGTON,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN STOVDP, TINWARE. CASTINGS. LAMPS
and I Anaral lamn etook Talso. Coal and Petre Oil. We are the only party who sell, and
w.",nv,d. !tt SShYta . L the celebrated Petro Oil of thi. eounty. Merchants wil do well
to call and examine our stock and leara prioes
OWMAN, C H.. MACHINIST AND
It Scale Faetory, S02v Main street-
attention given to repairing scales.
CLAPP. VANC ANDERSON. ATTOR
neys-at-Law, 326 Mai a street, Memphis.
DICKINSON, WILLIAMS A CO. COTTOf
Factors. 910 Front street .
FISHER. AMIS A CO., MARBLE-WORK
and Drain Pioe.eoT.Adamsand Second sts
MASONIC MUTUAL LIFE ahsUHANCE
Assnnia'ion of Memplis Office 324 Front.
OTRAM DYKR(4 AND
O Hanson A Wxlker (late Hnnt A Hanson,
24o Beoond street.
1 TRADERS. COTTON FACTORS. NO. 324
Front e'reet. M t
li; HIT MORE, fi., STEAM JOB PK1MKR,
t Msdl.n Jtret
STOCK IS KING
ft COTTON QCEEy. Ife
ALL PERSONS KNOW. TO SUCCEED IN
planting they must first secure Stock. This
they oan oo ny canine or """"
to is. At the Arcade Hale ntablen, No.
298 Second street, mammoth sign of the Horse
and Mule-M. C. C.ioe A Co. Daily Anctinn
rtalea. at 10 o'clock. Large stables and lots for
o. itm.ir. Vnmitura and Uroeery sales.
as usual, at 8 o'clock.
D,VV. .w-.v..-. . . , .Vr,l . tt
V. VS lt,D. jJt
. I. gOOISJS,
U M- WILLIAMS,
BLUFF CITI STOCK TABD,
EDDINS sk WILLIAMS, Proprlelora,
Islve) Bteck Commlaa'n Merch'ts,
CORNER LINDEN AND CLINTON STS
1 (Near Steamboat Landing,)
I Bfemphia, Tenaeaaee.
Agentsateverytralnandboat. 1 2-fJ
The Oxford Falcon,
OXICORD , MISS.,
a. pr. TrfOHPNO", Proprietor.
B. W. PralPI. Editor.
Subscription, S250 Per Annum.
Tho nenal Bnalaeae Card pabltahed
three months for IO.
THE FALCON IS PUBLISHED AT Ox
ford. Lafayette eounty. M"""l,P,".e
wealthy and populous section, the heart el the
eotton-growieg ooontry. Jtn the oldest paw
aad has the larsost circulation of any published
HrssiBBirpi o TBgasraaaa Fitlioid, I
Bicasr.BT aD Isistussisurjicii,
Memphis, Tesn., ctober II. 'sffl.l
STOCKHOLDERS IN THIS COMPANY
a-e h reby netted that the annial electio'i
for DirecUrs. to serve .beeneaing year, will be
held at the Peabody Hotel, Memphis, on
ednesday. the Wih of November n. it, at 11
o'clock a.m. B. H.LAMB,
Eouthern Emporium of Fashion
MRS. M. C. HUNTER
DESIRES TO CALL THE ATTFNTION
of her lady friends and ths public to the
tact that she is 1
lOWkECEITIXOHEE FA IX STOCK
Of the latest styles of Millinery, Fancy Goods
and n-velties ia DR KS TRI M M INUA
mm- Drees and Cloak Making, ia all its
47 317 MAIN ST.
o.a, :V J f
p-g jriv, .,. j ?
(tg L , 9 (A Sto
J NO. W. DAWSON.
we) will ntinK an it i"ramgeswm..
ol Whiaiac.y. P""'",VawSaty
Tanntaeee brand lor marly Iweuty
Dr. Blchau's d'olden Benudles.
Use thess only, snd save time, health and
910OO BEWABD for any case of disease,
in any stege, which tbey fail to euro.
DR. RICH AU'S Golden Balsam, No 1, euros
ulcere, ulcerated sore throat and mouth,
sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, oopper onlored
blo'chea, soreness ot the scalp, fcro ula. etc; it
is the greatest renovator, a'teratiye and blood
purifier known, removes all mercury from Ihe
system, aad leaves the blood pure and healthy.
DR. RICH AU'H Golden Balsam, No J. cures
mercurial affections, rhouuiatism in all its
forms, and givea iiu' euii-l. relief iu ail o.s..
Price of either v. 1 or No 2, $& per bottle,
or two bott es for $9.
DR. RICAU'R Golden Antidote, a rapid
and 'aiiical rure for all urinary derange
n,ents. Price, 13 per bottle.
DR. RICHAU's Golden Elixir D'Amnur, a
radical cure for i erv us or general debility,
in -dd or young: imprting energy with won
derful effeot. Price, l.i her bott e, ortwo for $9.
On receipt -of price these remedies will be
shirred to any i lace. Prompt attention paid
ta all correspondents None fonuin without
tbe nam" of "Dr. Ricbau's Golden Remedies
D. B. Richards, Sole Proprietor, blown in glass
of bottles. AddreM Dr. D B. RIl'HAKDti,
No. 228 Varick -t New York. 19-1148
DR. O. O. 4'AltE, LATE VISITING
physician of the Charity Hospital. Mew
Orleans, La, and for the lat three years sur
geon of tbe II. 8. Post Hospitul at Jackson,
Miss., respectfully tenders his profe sional ser
vices to the oitisens of Memphis snd vio ni'y,
in cases of every cha acter. Special attention
given to all diseases peculiar to females : also,
venereal, syphilis, tumors, and all chronio dig
16-10-14 Ho. Ill Beal Street.
Tbe symptoms of liver
complaint are uneasiness
and pain in tho side.
ometimes the pain is la
the shoulder, and is mis
taken for rheumatism.
The stomach is affected
with Ion of appetite and
sickness, bowels in gene-
em! oostive, eumetitnes alternating with lax.
The bead is troubled with pain, and dull, beavy
sewsntion. considerable lose of meinary, aooom-
pnnica with painful sen-'
sation of having left un
done something which
ought to have been done.
Often eouiplaining of
weakness, debility, and
low spirits, bemetiraes
some of tbe above symp
toms attend the difoaee.
and at other times very few of them: but the
Liver is eenomlly the organ most involved
Cure the Liver with
DR. SIM irons'
Liver II emulator,
A preparation of roots and herbs, warranted -he
strictly vege'able, and can do no injury to
any one. It has been used by hundreds, and
known for the last thirty-five years as one of
themostreliable.ehlcruiiousand harmless prep
aration, ever offr,i to the suffering. II taken
regularly ana persistently
it Is sure to cure dyspep
sia, headache, jaundice,
oostiveness sick head
ache, chronio diarrhoea,
attentions of the bladder,
camp dyentery, affections
of t e kidners. fever, ner-
mmmmJB vouentSJ, chills, diseases
ol the .kin, impurity ot the wood, metancnoiy
or deprMsion of spirits, heartburn, oolio or
pains in the bowels, pain in the head, fever and
ague, dropsy, bolls, pain in baok and limbs,
asthma, erysipelas, iemalo aflections, and
bilious disea.es generally.
Prepared only by J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Drngciets, Macon, (ia. Pnoe, l ; by mail 4.1 Ji.
iinn.A. nf hlffSiv msocctable persons can '
fully attest to the virtues of this valuable med.
The Southern Advertiser.
lEsUbllshsi In ISi8.fi
Leading Organ of the German Popula
1 lion of the Soathweet,
LOUIS WTXDEBXAX, Editor and Prop'r
OFFICE Coa, Tbibb abb Jirrsasoi sra. -
la Fostoffia Bsilldinc, Jlemphls, Term.
TTQ Mdlnsl, large elrcnlatioB thee a. li
nt the city and Stato offers ba-ineas men aa
evcellent opportunity to make their business
known to the tnoussmit ol u
rmans living ia
his section of ia mp-,'.
STOBAtiti FOB COTTON.
UKDgKWsrTXB'S WigKHOrSKS, I ,
Mifaraiu. fcept. 14, l.-iK. f
MFRTHANTSOF MEMPHIS-GkN TLE
MKN : The aeov. Houses sre now open
to r-eeiveend diechar e cotton, hvery laeiiity
to teller end buyer will be vixen. To my n:d
patrons I return eo ruy th r,Ss: f-r the fu
ture I r.ier jou to the i.ast lorg ex, erienee ia
tbe feu-tne. I hope to m. rit your pstronage.
eo- Capsrity and eentei.ience auequalea.
R'trs 'ame as first elau r oue-IS-ft
A. . wpiTFOtP.
Notary Fablie and Commlaaloaer of
Deeda for tbe Variooa klatea,
Office with Hamea & Postoa, At'ya,
NO. 13 SOUTH COURT STREET.
ear Special atteDtioa paid to the takirr of .
J LIVER J
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