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bo in to is GRENADA SENTINEL. J. A. SIGNAIGO, Editor Saturday Sept 5,1808. localT Arrival & Departure of Mai In MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. R. Train leaves Grenada at 10 A. M., Daily, and arrives at Memphis at 2 40 P. M. Train leaves Memphis at 415 P. M., and ar rives at Grenada at 8 10 P. M. Freight train runs tri-weeklv: Leaving Memphis Monday Wednesday and Friday at tj 20 a. m., and arrives at Grenada at 5 p. m. Leaves Grenada on Tuesday Thursday and Saturday at 7 a. in., aud arrives at Mem phis at 3 35 p. m. MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL R. R. Express train leaves Grenada going South at 825 p. m.,goiug North at 9 55 a. m., daily. passes up and down Monday, Friday nights. Going down Freight Train Wednesday and at 1050 and up at 1 MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON R. R. Through Mail (Daily) arrive at Memphis C20p. m., depart 12 40p. m. Through Express arrive 1040p. m., depart 11 30 p. in. [This truin does not leave Satur days.] Corinth Accommodation daily (except Sun days.) depart GOO a. in. Somerville Accommodation (daily, except Sunday) arrive 8 25 a. m., depart 5 10 p. m. Railroad time is 20 miuutes faster than city time. Ticket office, 278 Main Street and at depot W. J. ROSS, GeiiT Sup't. MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE R. R. Arrival A Departure from Memphis. Daily Express depart 700 a.m., arrive 315 p. m. Night Express depart 4 00 p. ra., arrive 915 a. in., Railroad time 15 minutes faster than city time. Ticket offices No 237J Main fitreet, and at Dopet, head of Main Street. SAM B. JONES, Gen'l Sup't. t&~ Subscribers are especially -'©n notified that all subscriptions to the paper are due in advance, aud that there is no exception to this rale.— Those finding an 4 on their paper will know that their subscription is due, those who find two -J—|- that unless they come up and pay forth with the paper will be stopped. We pay cash for all materials and must have the cash for the paper. E. P. Rates & Co.—This firm is oue of the reliables of Memphis, the senior of wluch is oue of rnyst genial hearted gentleman as well as a busi ness urMi of liberality. Any one having business with him will find 31 r. Bates tilt* ___ Personal. —We had the pleasure | of a call from Capt. Wm. Hodges 1 hsq., on Monday last, the Internal He venue collector for this District. if all men. very man Try him once and you will try hiui ugum. Mr. Hodges is a polished and elegant gentlemun and we are Mud to find such a mau in that department, for the business is a thankless one. We commend him to our fmnefs and biothers of tbe press as oue of na ture's noblemen. An Immense Stock.— One, of the most complete stock of groceries and produce iu Memphis will he louhd at Jos. A Gronauer, No. 236 Front St., Vfficrfe an old and popular Grenadian ft. V. Boone, Esq., is one Ot the principal attractions. Everybody hereabouts arc acquainted with Mr. Boone add every one knows that What he says is gospel truth. Every thing in the grocery line can be pur chased at this house at extraordinary low prices and as s commission house it is unsurpassed in' the city. If you goto Memphis call around and pay a visit to our old friend Bocitie. A Treat for the Soul.— The lovers of the intellectual will find a rich treat wbon they go to Memphis by calling on those princes of book sellers, Messrs. Geo. Pattison & Bro., at 317J Main street. This book store is one of the most complete in our section of the country mid every member of the firm is to the manor boro, and true as steel. To all who wont reading matter of every dis oription, we say be pure and give this fifm a oall. If you call you will fiud any and every discription of inte lectual reading at this house from classic to light literature. ment would be an honor to New York. A larger supply of hardware, Cul. tery guns and the like cannot be found anywhere now at such reasons able prices. They go on the priuci file of live and let live and any of our readers who are in want of any goods auoh as they offer will find it to their interest to give thorn a call. \Ve have known both brothers for years, and can bear evidence to their uteri ing qualities either as to business qenlificgtion or gentle manly bearing, Hardware and Cutlery. — Among the many old aiid staunch business firms .of Memphis none can surpass in capacity or in liberal of fors that of Charles Stout & Bros., 227 Seoond street. Their establish Tobin Lynn & Co.—We cull the attention of our readers to this old and reliable firm; one of the staunchest of the Bluff City. They have a largo stock on hand of all kinds of goods and are ready to supply country merchants or planters at the very lowest rates. If you go to memphis bo sure to examine the large and ex cellent stock of goods they offer. It will pay any one desiring to lay in supplies to visit this house. Catch tub Shadow.— Among the many first olass photograph gallerios in the South-West there are none than can surpass that of Y. Day's on the Southeast corner of Main and Union streets, Memphis. Being a number one artist himself he would have no other kind with him and consequently his pictures never fail to give satisfiaetion. He works at most reasonable rates, pleases every body and does the largest amount of work in the Bluff City. Give him a call and examine his photographs. The pure Weed.— For the very best pure Virginia tobacco such as cannot be excelled anywhere go to Messrs Kdmouds Pettigrew & Co., 306 Front street. Their warehouse is perfectly jammed with the best ar ticle which they offer at the lowest rates. Mr. Edmonds is well known here as n, business man unsurpasseij for shrewdness and liberality and those who trade with this firm will find it to their advantage for no house can compete with them. The 11at Emporium.— There is not a hat store in America that can surpass the celebrated one of Francis co & Miggan No. 307 Main street un der the New Brinkley Hotel. The customer on entering their magnifi cent hat establishment is reminded mqre of being in Paris than in America. Their stock is unsurpassed in the whole countiy. Our o'd friend J. L. Morris "the original hatter" and the most popular one in the South, can be found at this place and no one ever bought of him without being satisfied with their bargain. For all kinds of head gear and furs try Francisco & Miggao once and you'll go there forever afterwards. Drugs — Drugs. —Our popular young fellow-citizen J. E. Hughes, has received a large supply of pure drugs, cosmetics, toilet articles niid,iu fact, everything which can ho found | in any drug sture in thb biate. It is 1 the most complete one of the kind in Mississippi, lie can be found at Dr. J. J. ( 's old stand, on the South west of Mam and First streets, where his old friends aud customers are in vited to calf. He is prepared to wholesale at prices which defy compe tition from Memphis or any city in the country. Just give him a call and examine hU stocks. Ladies will find that he has every article they require for the toilet and that of the choicest. Grenada should feel proud that she can boast of such a drug store. Examine his advertisement in another column. Toof Phillips & Co.—This firm is so popular that it has become almost a household word in Memphis, Their place of busiuess is at 266 Front street and no house has a larger or better assortiqeut of grocer ies, plantation supplies etc., than this. Everybody knows John Toof—ho used to set typos once but he "sets" groceries nspleifor his friends now. Charley Phillips is a war horse; jolly natured, full of fun in peace aud all fight in war, as his exploits with Forrest's cavalry proved. Mr. Maban the other partner is; aftev all, the man to "book" you through ; sociable clever, genial; "every one likes him." If you should go to Memphis, call and see them and if they don't sell you a hill of the best goods you ever boueht—we'll sell out—that's all. Je An Enterprising Firm.—To any of our readers who are in want of groceries, provisions or plantation supplies of all and every kind we call their atteuliou to the advertise, ment of C. W. Sturdivant & Co., No. 182 Front street Memphis. They have one bf tho largest and best as sorted stocks ever brought to the Southwest and offer their goods at the most reasonable prices. Mr. Sturdivant is well known in this State as having been oue of Gen. Forrest brsvest officers and for hav i ng followed him rorn the beginning to'the end of the war. Mr. Nevils is favorably known as ouo of tho most wholesonled and genial gentleman— ono muat know him to appreciate b i m , Mr. Lawhorn is ouo of the <i boyB " 0 f Memphis and as a whole, tb j 8 g rra stands unsurpassed. What ever they rcccomend can be most inl pH^ity be dcpemlcud on. Give them a ( .,,|| by a ([ means aud examine what they have. 1 have a fine Billiard table I will sell for half price. / 9 ,, _ Mai.e Academy.—F rom his ad vertisemeut, found elsewhere, it will he seen that Rev. G. P. Richardson .. . . „ reopens his Academy for the lull ses Hiou on the 14th. Mr. Richardson is a thorough scholar, a Christian . „ , ' , , gentleman and a liue teacher, and our citizens should encourage him „i„, W* Grenada ought to turn out at least one hundred boys during the sebolastie term. Will she do it? - - m , _ aV. J. Roach & Co.—In another column will be found the advertise mentof A. J. Roach & Co., eommis sion merchants in Memphis. They have one of the bes't houses iu the , i.i city, and our merchants aud planters would do well to call upon them be fore buying elsewhere. As thorough , , , business men and clever gentlemen we wish them a liberal patronage. ' ,, * " * .-; ^ "No. 256. -At this number on Front street Memphis, Messrs. « i ic ij it . 11 i bchoolnold A Hunauer, wholesale . . groceries and commission merchants ; wines, liquors, Cigars, plantation sup plies groceries, etc., are to be found, A more perfect set of gentlemen are not to be met with anywhere. They have a choice and large stock which they offer cheap. Planters or retail , , , • . , merchants who desire to purchase supplies will find it advantageous to . it /v j r give them a cal!. Our word tor it h eveiy one will be satisfied. t- * * I r . Dickinson Williams & Co.— This is truly one of the staunchest c 0 . . mi tiring in the southwest. I here is no blowing of trumpets about them. They propose to do a certain thing: and what they promise they do. In their own language they have ad vantages as to ware house aud safety equal to any in Memphis, and they , , ,, , guarantee there shall not be any tin necessary loss iu weight and hold themselves responsible for any damage to produce in their hauds. They are clever, sociable gentlemen, such as a true man would like to doal with. m, . , ., . , . • They do a legitmate business in gen ", ° erallamily and plantation supplies, baggihg, rope and ties at the lowest rates. Their plaee of business is at No. 210 Front Street. ,, , A Popular Firm. Ihere is hardly a person in Memphis but is acquainted with Wm. H. Adrews one" of the most popular business men of , . r . . that place. As a grocer and cornnns siou merchant he offers extraordinary inducements. Having a large stock of everything which a planter or re tail merchant would desire he is pre ■ r __ pared to sell at very low terms. We , „ „ 1 , .. . n can cheerfully reccommcnd him to all buyers as a staunch and sterling busi ness man, one on whom the purchaser can place implicit reliance. Capt. R. P. Andrews can be found at this _ T . /» i i . house. He is one of the bravest of the soldiers of the Lost Cause, having followed Joe. Johnson 4om the be ginning to the end of the war. Like all brave soldiers he is a perfect gentleman. _i -_ Auld Land syne.—W ho has not heard of Martin Walt, the princes of „ .. grocers? No on who has lived in this part of the country. The firm of Martin Walt & Co., 272 Front street MeAtphis is unexcelled. It offers in ducemcnts unsurpassed in any city of mi . . . . America. Tbeir stock is large, they sell cheap, give you the best of goods . . 1 / . . ■ . ® and have one of the largest patronage iu Memphis. They are the agents for several of the most important lines of steamers coming to Memphis, Our old friend J W. Simmons good looking aud popular can be found here at ell times. Reader if you want to see a stock of goods such as will make your eyes water go to tho house Martin \\ alt & Co. ^ ^_ A Curious typographical error re. cently appeared iu a daily paper. In giving an account of an inquest, was stated : "The deceased bore an accidental character and the jury re verdict of excellent death." L. M. Holder, Brass and Copper.— Mr. Fried man has returned to Grenada, and can bo found on Green street, opposite Mr Trowbridges. He will he here ten dn)s, and wishes to purchase old iron,brass, copper, and beeswax. Se e his advertisement. CoTTon Factors—I n the Lee Block, rooms 35 and 36, Memphis will he found Messrs. Judson &Co, Cotton Factors. They are clever and affable gentlemen, and deserve the patronage of the public. As they are prepared to furnish Bagging; /ope aud ties to planters on the most liberal terms our friends would do well to call them. See their advertisement iu another column. is turned it Crops.—W e learn from a'geutlemao who has been through the country south of Grenada that the crops iu that rogion are much better than was ex pected. The worms have damaged the cotton very little, and the corn has far exceeded the hopes of the most anguine. But we learn from a gentle man in the neighborhood of Uraysport that the bloom worm is rapidly de stroying all the top crops while the lower is dying and dropping off for want of the sun. He seems to think that the army worm would be of advantage iD stripping the leaves, aud admitting the sunshine; General hews Items' Canadian papers say the potato blight has made its appearance. The Press and Messenger says there were five deaths from sun stroke in Knoxville during Juue, aud July, Athens Post estimates that L«g^>- a ^ at an expense'of $1000 per day to the people, The Greensboro (Miss.) Democrat ^por's coro erops spleudid in Choc taw, but cotton, a halt crop, 1 he carpet-baggers in the South ZO&JSif&Z niuro necd for lcg8 . An Omaha dispatch of the 28th states that seven hundred and eighty miles of the Pacific road were corn phted that day. A Pittsburg dispatch of the 28th says Hon. George H. Pendleton passed t J irou K h ther « ^mt day, on route for the West. Gen. Kosecrans passed th h tbe evening before, going West. ....... A lady seventy years old, in Berlin, Harden county Iowa, recently sur pr i ae d herself, her husband and the neighborhood, by giving birth to a Uvely nine poutld baby . The Chicago Journal oomnium . a , cates to its readers the pleasing in forination that on the 13th instant four diseased cows were slaughtered there, and the car-casses sold at one Dieat mar ^ ets * Governor Seymour is announced to deliver the annual address before the Saratoga Agricultural Society at baratogo bprings, on the 10th ot g e pt e uiber . . The new Commissioner of Patent* . . 4 - , , is cutting down the useless expenses 0 f his an j has already arranged to save forty thousand dollars ou a . , • 7 . single coutruct. mi . ., . J he oiange crop in Florida is un „ . „ „ • • u . u, anr . usualy promising, ana has been gen cra || y engaged at ?20 per thousand. Other tropical fruits are growing finely. Washington advices of the 28th have the billowing : An eveuiug pa P er 8ta, . ea thata lc " cr rece |. ved here this morning from Horatio hey dated Utica, N. Y., August 27th, in which he announces himself in good health apd spirits, and cer ^*' n suocess of the Democratic Only a few months ago, Gen. Grant said to a Louisiana gentlemun, who , , , . , . b „ .. ' had spoken to him of the present (Governor of that unfortunate Stale: "This War mouth, this d—d ecoun drel, I had to kick him out of the arm y at Vicksburg as a common liar. —Selma Times and messenger. The citizens of Wyandotte, Kansas, are greatl y exasporated at a man it that town who lias been arrested for M-treating and. finally murdering bis step-son, a child but a tew days over twoyearfl of age . H e used to set b ; m upon a b j g h stool and then knock him off, lift him from the floor by the hair of his head, and finally killed him by beating in his skull with a stone, , . A rich farmer of Calais, Maine, ^ (j5 _ recently married a ' Bec0Ul j w j|* e w } 10 j g only 19 years of ago. A daughter by his first wife is 40 years old, and her daughter, aged 20, is ®»™ ed - Thus there is o a child who is 21 years older than her and a grandmother who is a yaaa younger than her grand daughter. q' be only murder committed in New Orleans during the last two years for political reasons, was that of S C. Sorenson, a Dane by birth, aud a Democaat, who was murdered in co * d blood by Phillip \l itta, a radi cal. The latter Vras tried and eon vieted beforc the c(imiual court of tbe parish of Orleans, a radical judge presiding. Governor War mouth, the man who has raised such aho ® " d P^iehed .ucb blood aud thuuuer tales, has pardoned pj,illip Witt*. _ , . . . . .. ... London advices state that the allies in thcir war upon Paraguay have been aorely defeated at two points re cently. To number, of ten thousand they attacked hort Ilumaita, on the '^eT Hmutnd "1 aimultaneOus attack was also made by them on the defences in the Gran Chaco where they were also met by a of repulse. ^ Mrs. Boots, of Pennsylvaaia.has left her husband, Mr. boots, and strayed to parts unknown. We pre it sume tbi« pair of boots are rights aud lefts. We cannot say, however, that Mrs. Boots is light, but there is uo mistake Mr. Boots is left. the for a in SPECIAL NOTICES A BOX.—ExtniorHinarv Sf,, fr ™ MAOGtEL'j ANTI-BILIOUS BILLS! Oiu Pill m a rtou! 0, u Pill dose f One Pill inn Pose! ! t What „„„ hundred letters a day say from patients all over tbe habitable globe: "Dr. Maggie], y 0U e pill has rid me of all bit liODsnesa. / "No more nauseous doses for me in five or culel "e " 0D a ^ me ' ^ ue y our pill** "Thanks, Doctor, my headache has left me. send another box to keep in the house." "Alter suffering tortures from Bilious cholic two of your pills cured me, and I have had no return of the malady." Our doctors treated me for cbrcnic con sumption, as they called it, aed at last said I was incurable Your pills cured me." "I Imd no appetite: yonr Maggiel's Pills gave rue a hearty one." "Your pills are marvelous." u for another box and keep them in M ■ •'I house. "Dr. Maggiel has cured my headache that was chronic." "I gave half of one of your pills to piy babe cholera morbus. The dear little thing got well in a day." "My nauseau of a morning is now oured. "\our box of Maggiel's Salve cured me of noises in the head. I rubbed some of your salve behind my ears and the noise left." "Send me two boxes, I want ond for family." a poor "I enclose a dollar; your price is twenty five cents, but the medicine to nac is worth a dollar.." "Send me five boxes of your pills." "Lot me have throe boxes of your salve by return mail." For ALL DI8KARKH of the KIDNEYS, reten tion of the Urine, &c , maggiel's pills are perfect cure. One dose will satisfy any one. For FEMALE DI8EASES, Nerv Weaknesses, General Lassitude, $Pnt of ap petite, MAGGIEL 8 pills will bo found an ef fective remedy. maoqiel's pills and salve are almost universal in their effects, and a cure can al most always be guaranteed. Each Rvx Contains Twelve Pills —One Pil a dose. Sold by all respectable dealers in medicine hroughout the United States and Canadas, at cents per box or pot. All orders for United States must be ad dressed to J. Haydock, No. 11, Pine Street New York. Patients can write freely about tbeir plaints aud reply will be returned bv follow ing mail Write for Maggiel's Treatment of Diseases " Counterfeits ! Cosunterfeits !!— All readers of this paper are warned uot to pur chase MAGGIel's pills or salve unless the name of J. Haydock. Proprietor, in addition to the name of Dr. Magqiel is on the engraved slip surrounding each box or pot. F. P. DUCANGE, Now Orle; Agent. L. y rostration La., Sole jy25-ly NE W AD VERTISEMENTS E. F. BATES & CO. Cotton and Tobacco Factors, AND GENERAL COMMISSION merchants. Office No. 258 Front Street, Sept5-m3. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (i HOTEL!" NOTICE, £N election having been held in the city of Grenada for the purpose of ascertaining tho opinion of the people on the subject of grant ing a bonus to any party who desire to con struct a Hotel and said election resulting in of granting to such contractor the privilege of retailing in said city vinous or spirituous liquors, exempt from any corpora tion charges or tax. In ai&ordance with the above, bids for tbe construction of a Hotel in this city, dimensions according to plan and specification now on file in the Mayors office, will be received until the 5th day of Sept., when tbe contract will be closed. For furth information, persons wishing to bid will have to apply at this office, it being diiicult to em brace in this notice all that is essential. R. D. Mo LEAN, Mayor. August 1868 n7t3 J. B. TOWNSEND, AGENT. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER. AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. DEALER IN WESTERN AND COUN TRY PRODUCE. South Side Public Square. Liberal advances made on cotton to be shippod to Blanchin & Giraud, New Orleans. nT-ml. BASCODI Jemale Seminary THB next session of this Institution will be gin September 14,1868 For further infor mation ad dreM n8t3 Miss H. C. BAIL, Grenada, Miss. Internal Revenue Taxes. HAVING been appointed Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue lor the counties of Monroe, Chieasaw, Calhoun, Yalobusha, Tallahatchie, Sunflower, Bolivar and Coahoma. I will attend at the following times and places to receive all taxes due the United States under the In ternal Revenue Laws: Grenada, Y'alobushaCo., Sept 1st, 2nd,- 3rd. Coffeeville, " " 4th, and 5th. Water Valley " " 7th and 8th. Charleston, Tallahatchie Co," ICth, 11th 12th. McNutt, Sunflower Co, Prentiss, Bolivar Co, Carson's Landing, Bolivar Co, Sept Friar's Point, Coahoma Co, 28th 29t " 16th and 17th. " 22nd and 23rd. . 25th. h and 30th. Parties indebted for any of the above taxes will meet me at the times and plaoes mention ' in their respective counties, and save me tbe nnpleasant necessity of enforcing the pen alty imposed by law. I'd WA. Homes, Deputy Collector Int. Revenue n8-2t. R. D. McLEAN, Attorney at Law, GRENADA, MISS Prompt attention given to collections in tha counties of Yalobusha, Carroll, Choctaw, Cal houn and Tallahatchie ; also in the United States Court at Oxford. nlSyl A. S. PASS, ATTORNEY AT LAW. GRENADA, MISS. BOOKS AND STATIONERY. ■: 0 : GEO. PATTISON & CO J No. 3171-2 Main Street, West Side, Hannas, ramnsem Wholesale and Retail Dealer^ in School, Miscellaneous, Blank and Memorandum Books, „ -4-0-t— A large and well selected stock of everythiDgjn our,line kept constantly on hand at Lowest Market Price. Wholesale dealers woljdd do well to exam ine our goods before purchasing elsewhere. We are .also agents for the aalc of Paschal House Lottery Certificates; orders by mail promptly at tended to; certificates $5 each. Sej)t5-3ui. W. W. 8CHOOLPI1LD, L. A J. HANAUR, HKKRT THOMAS. H. 0. MILLER. SCHOOLFIELD & HANAUER WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALER8 IN Groceries, Wines. Liquors, Cigars and Plantation Supplies', No. 256 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. Sept5-m3. C. W. 8TURDIVANT. J. ▲. KXVILS, F. G. LAWHORN, C. W. STURDIVANT & CO GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 182 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. Liberal cash advances on all consignment? of cotton and produce. Plantation supplies of all descriptions at lowest prices. Sept5-3m. xj. s. mmm W arehouse Edmonds, Pettigrew & Co WHOLESALE TOBACCO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 30(» Front 8treet, MEMPHIS, TENN. Sept5-m3. MARTIN WALT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 272 Front Row, MEMPHIS, TENN. Agents for tha Regular New Or leans, Vicksburg, Arkansasand White River Packets. Se5-3m. J W DICKISSOK, Formerly Reid A Dickinson.) MsdisonCo. Ten. Da. b. r. DicKiBson, Late Surgeon C. 8. A. W. W. WILLIAMS, DICKINSON, WILLIAMS&CO (Successors to J. W. Dickinson A Bro) COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL COMMISSION an d PRODUCE MERCHANTS, No. 210 Front Street. MEMPHIS, TENN. We.have a Warehouse of our own in which we will handle all cotton consigned to us and we guarantee there shall be no unnecessary loss tn weight. Bagging aud rope, furnished our customers. Usual commissions charged. All consignments by river fnsured, unless other wise instructed. Liberal advances made on consignments. 8ept5-m3. G. P. BOONE, WITH JOS. A. GRONAUER, GROCER, AUD COMMISSION MERCHANT, 296 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. Septo-Sm. • WM. II. ANDREWS, GROCER ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT, 280 Front Street, MEMPHIS, TENN. | Sept5 3m. CHAS. STOUT & BRO. Importers And Dealers In HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, etc. No. 227 Setjpnd Street, Adams Block MEMPHIS, TENN. Hare Constantly on Hand HUNT'S, COLLINS and other Axes COTTON and WOOL CARDS, HORSE and MULE SHOES, ROPE, WINDOW GLASS, PLOWS, IIAMES, STRAW CUTTERS, Ac. Heavy, snd Shelf Hardware, Buil ders Hardware, Mechanics' Tools etc. Agents for Dodges Perfect Plows. A. I. HOACH. Formerly ol Somerville, Tea. s w. ORsra, Memphis. 1. W ROflAS,, Memphis. A. J. ROACH & CO./ j GROCERS, Commission m?eKchants —AND— COTTON FACTORS, 314 Front Street, corner Monroe. MEMPHIS, TENN. ippljr of every Also, Bagging ON HAND, a very large thing in the Grocery lin.. Rope. Iron Ties, and Twins. Cotton shipped to us aln-ny. insured in our open polioy unless otherwise directed. Sept5-3m. A. R. JODSON, Mishawaka Ind T. H. JODSOH. J.pC. ALBXAHWW, R. Q. MATTHEWS, JUDSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Rooms No. 35 and 36 Lee Blbcf, Union Street, MEMPHIS, TENN, Bagging and .Rope furnished to our cuito raers. Also, all cotton shipped to ,us will be covered-by onr open peliey of Insurance un less otherwise instructed. BeptS 8m. •\ fl 9 fl Q © ® . H CO CC M O' in s S 2 B a a 3 Pt o 4 ° Ph o o « 5 S O Sir < * w kJ fag 3 2 jj'l d ■ ° i y rv H W "< fi H . * § I gas M ° fl 0 fc 04 © * Jt - B* 63 o 5 m o JRO. 8. TOor, CHA8. J. PHUlUJ Toof, Phillips A Oo , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocers, Cotton Facto rs COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND DEALERS IN. Family and Plantation Sup Boat Stores. Wines, Liquors, Tobacco and Cigars, No. 266 Front -Street, corner Court. MEMPHIS, TENN. f-0t. XAUAK. S*pic- 3 ra.