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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1867.
tor the offi.
0OUUI?, at the
a a candidate
ster for Hbelby
J. W. KINS.
iMfife-Vo. 13 Madison MreeL
TV Omis. In my notice of this w- up to by each part
tahiishgaeBt yesterday morning, i said,
in effect, that it we orwhat rela'ed to
i r in " Beaver Dam," Wisconsin. From
c li-ir.-c&l tml :h nroviaiorm must he lived : 7-o tftmrlmrri Hti of Wh!(a r.rl v !
C ars uunnixl to annwotjce 4MCi H
CVRMV . a cawdMsis for MfierltT ..'
by oonmy ai the ensuing March Election
-al N 101 Adsmt
i vinlad. oca
fllgwe' AtsW Day IVM
A Mfie two i-m-n or entleent-n
their wicp. ran b accoinraoJawd with good
board end airr rooms at No. 8M Main. Mso,
day '.xr-iex w MM. Ternis modorat.
tea ran hare board.
ieax tr.e terminus or
Hrnpfcls and Ohio usllroM.
Mil rvrm - wpjn. l'ypi.i.
martial and not by the olvil court. Ha
referred to tae cnnrittlnti of TennarB-e
origin and the military Dower tn the state.
of a part of the concern. The balance of i The arrest ofMillikiu wan made by (ten.
ti-.e nuraeraph iatrue.ln every particular, Xhomu under Instructions from (ren.
and f do not rerrepoae to take back ooe Grant. He coold of conree be tried by
Hi- contended that low Corn in new iruunies. for sale bv
an armed noiaann itr a parole lenders rage (Jo.. I .is Poplar strew.
tne violator iinect to mai iv court
COTTON -COMMISSION. COTTON --COMMISSION. COTTON COMMISSIONS
" I careful inqoirv made, I am convinced
I that I wae miMnfornxii as to the
Front. aprittate- dispatch received by
Capf, M. Fyne, yesterday, we learn tbat
the steamer Patrick (truck a snag at
Htklpwith's lanrtinir. loat both obimneys,
and damaged ber cabin badly. No lives
were lost. The hnar will be here to-day.
Pianos, Organ Melodeons
TURD and R.P1,
lieave nrieea at
l ha Knok Hi - raa.
I Organ Maker,
inrt afreet, ar at
word of what I have already stated. At j the civil authorities far crimes against ' The Dan Able will receive her freight
friri a.m. Mlaa.
MAM. K. JUNKS, lien'l Mup't.
lp.pl ad TeoMHM Railroad.
Alt vi :. sess
HnrOraui Kxpress, datty.:lfa.m,
i-w. ..n - ,wMtt Hub-
Tr, a,nwN.n Wrdnemlav, Jan IStli
Toeomtnei. JVEKMORK.WflB'l Rwpt.
q. r. K I - 1 . Wan. Ticket Aa't. airl
i.oaiso or mail.
CnUl farmer notice lbs Mails will taoas as
an early hour yesterday morning some
par; lea connected with me circus caueo.
t cur business office, and complained
of the attack I bad made n them. One
of the proprietors said : " Write a card
refuting the statement and it will be
nuhliahed." Shortly after, anouier of the
fci' p.ia. proprietors called on the same mission,
when a like promise was mane. 1 was,
however, present when tbe party said
1 tiie statements were not correct. 1 stm
the public peac, but for violating a pa- Capt. Pyne will go to St. I,ouls for what-
role military power must be invoked, ever Is necessary to repair the 8t. Patrick
A paroled prisoner could exercise all tbe ; thoroughly. The 8t. Patrick will take
functions of a citizen, yet be ltavhle to ber old place in tbe Vicksburg trade m
arrest and punhraent by military au- anon as possible. Capt. pyue returns his
Uiorlty. The previsions of a parole thanks to the merchant it this city and
are binding for life unlss released
j by act of eongro- The president
bail no power to rele ue him by procla
I mationorotherwisewiihout the authority
f congress. Judge Trigg aked Were
planters on the river, for the kind uatr.m-
age they have extended to Ids boat, and I
hopes by diligence and attention to Imsi
neas, tn merit a coutlnuaoeeof the same
f.TJiA LIFE IN8IBAN0E COMPANY,
OF HABTFORD. cn,
Aaaeta. aver Sit and a Half Xlttlaa Ital
ian. IHSI KH Pnllelea mi all the dlnVren' plana,
and at as low rat" a Maty and Piiideaee
allCsal. c.jnip in
A K li
sirayad. frot.i uje laTae, a
about tklrtcea and a halt
yaara t. atana roacbed
'..a-, wit . a t:.s . bail vn
mark on hi. bsek. brand ni
attod a 1 rem ad wil aew aa
ward will be pant on . :'ir
or lw 0r. rnr Main
Bay Horn Mc'e.
bands bigh, 2vr
and tail - . -
nl oT It, saddle
bia left aboQlder.
ea. Tna ass v ea
r of aal.l Muia U.
MT Al . A CO .
knd Madison ata.
the :o t.
iara will be paid for the ar
uf aiLoar ot or beta o
t.nlartid ni7 twallltur. 9d
it .t. aadsbateeri. as trara of Mood were
leroTarea. H CLAT slIMta.
Offise Ayrea Ratldi: (.
Memr"1"- aptemher lt. 1C
asr-Avalanrbe and Post copy three times.
1VO or t-rt' no On nr two
wh lior! re uf intprept wl!
aad d of lrttL at vn on ft
ajroQnl wi:hm two ailie of Ooui
Mean ptjrtAd of xkuieu Thm u
la.T:cd la improTinn Uit plo.
M a Are Aopeat ofllo.
y will b
"MT P. want d arttvrt fnemti- Agent in very
T? elfil dtntrict t I'm 10 IJVi c-er nionin, u
er vm for ani del' wr nor vtry popIrl4ouI.
erm Hxntorla,! Work For fuil prt:cuLmre ml
drean, :neloliie; t&rwe cent stamp.
SIC hir ' trFU. Hmptt'n, Trai.
afw ie naun In -PiatnrH, ronnt' an t
aUata plalu an.i dtfu -r nZ i ta
A TT R O R A
'"hlfo, wt. lymhi. ?l
i lanatt. Cleveland. I
delpbia. Bafiato, Atbativ. Ni
more, and all cltlaa north
3: lft ps.
For Chattanooga. Rld'mond. U luthlngtoe,
Anxnaia. Coiaa.hua. .. Moul ornery. Mo.
bile. Ala , New Vok. Nashville, and all elites
aouih sn.t eaet,etfc!p ni.
For Naw Mrleana. Baton Roaae. .laekwin VlmL,
.'khiir, NatelMa. aod all ul oulu, at
t'lMtstioos on Mlwuaalppl and Tennessee,
Soatl.em, NewOrleana. Jarkaon ai.d Uraal
Xortr'i-n' railroad at iti.lu p.m.
Ail suunon Mewipbta and LoulaTllle and
A stkY .o np. VarnTthtsand i harlest.-n, MIs
SBBABnl onTrai Mohl.e and ualo. NaabvlUe
and Tv'ator Naabvl.le and l "hattano.-ga and
For Little Pork,
Tueadava and H
days and Fnda
nortb. (semi-weekly;. Hon
HIST. Postmaster Mempbla
Ws request (bat oar patrons will aut pay
the newar ya more than five cents a copy to
the APPSAU It ts MIS over the counter at
that pries, and ws allow laa newaboya a aaa
cleut margin to make a handsome profit by
sailing tbe pa pen at ore cents par copy.
To the Patrons of the Appeal.
Subscribers are reiuewted to report any
irregularitjea In the delivery of the
Appkal at the counting room. Carriers
will be furnished weekly with certitlcalei
authorizing them to collect subscriptions
Stopt. of circulation.
Changed His Base. Leon Levy.
Eq , the popular salesman, who bas
been with the house of Klson Brothers,
can be foi:mi from this date forward with
Messrs. Lindaur & Pollock, Z9 Main
street. We wish mm muen success.
Dry Goods down to lowest figures. Rice,
8tix A Oo, aett Ira
Grand Opening at the Miuei QuitUan,
The sensation of tbe present week wii!
he tbe firand Openiup- at the Millinery
tachees of this circus troupe are as
idle aa they are empty. I am authorised
to state that their card is neither proper
or fit for publication In this paper.
Wewaat men everywhere to rtndv their oars
tssaaawr. Tae rhybt to mamjfaetnre and sell
the Patent Aurora Oil In a aingle count? will
make mare nsoaey to tna porcbasar m tin .
BOst&s teas taw 1 aitist farm n vonreite
will make In a whole year. Tbe Aurora Oil
aetualiy cwta leaa than ooe-balf the prM or
Coal Oil. and tbe Illuminating power the
Aurora Oil bt a much superior t t be Coal Oil
Committed. A wbite man in appear ¬
ance, Who gave ni name as insure .
Mever. wae brougni oerore -nr ju-h -e
Heinrich on the the charge of breaJunir
into tbe saloon of Mr Wildbergw yes
terday morning, and fully committed for
trial before a higher tribunal.
mas can Ikake
No maohi-jarv re
fare to and from U
Wbiie it we
more. tb;n wa bal
a amai . urt uae t
aba rtgh- Vt a Stat,
ror (urtlier lalur
p)R BALK OR RK.VT-
INOHAM, WlCatS A M ALONE.
yH Kb NT
One-half of a moe deslrabis Offlos, sultabls
f-raLswer A.a . a sleeping room for reui
and fnr iltwes of aame for sale. Addrsss O C
W Aureal .fflca. ou-'j
JHJK B h NT-
Kour new Bt re Houses, au'.table for Dry
Oooia or o b r Ugul Liu'ineea, adjoining, ttie
New Cottnriou-e.co: ner of ITaiun and ilecon.l
atrasia Applv to
oc'-iw W. W. OOOL i S. Seeono St.
o R R K H T
A eenuraily ionatad una. noes bouae ou Kroot
Bow. i'oa-eanou gic Immediately.
ocVlf J. W. PACE. Ja.
BofSTD Over. Joe Payne, who waB
one of the parties eugaged in tbhooting
Oray on Main street, Tuesday evening,
wa- arrested yesterday on a warrant
smied by Mr. Justice "Miller at the in
stance nt Will Porter. The aceused was
required ta give bonds for his appearance
before a ju-uce to-day.
H.n'SE liourKK A negro boy named
Peter (reen was arrested yesterday, by
officer Walsh, charged with stealing a
bundle of clothes from 3f Adams street.
He will come before the police commis
sioner this morning, and will no d.ipbt
be banded over to the state authorities at
Emmukk & rsiN., No. 10 Jefferson
street, and 3U3 Main street, have just re
ceived the following new sheet music
" Do You Mies My Coming. Darling."
' Annie Arden," "The Young Moon,"
" Rosa Beiie of Liudendell." iarge lot of
ulavs. Waverlv, Albion, Citizen. Italian
Paper, DeBow's Review for September,
and ail the latest dailies.
4 i Bun Attention
d c.t these gentlemen,
St Front street, np
utlou fai ioiat.'e, pru-isitumis-ion
may be an fortunate
with them, will have
e themselves ou their
K K N T -
A Ee: lere. r.
Street, wiiu lour rHMUsai.u a.
dtior oonvealioe-s App ylo
M. L MEkCHAM.
aa N i futon street.
'Y C K K T
Two large and ap so did 1
ond street, lu Adaaas K -el
a-aoclatlot.a, Italia, pr.vati
T reNfajr. etr. will be
Inqa-reofM Hilt. Main SI
or avasss Lite. oa Hgan
o'clo k p.m.
A great opening Is n
may dealie aasiul
y SO rsvruett. taouid
tatiieaon througb Postal
nsSStF oceupled by the
' ai liiesiuaens. No. 1?
aire si PoUt offl.
Z. W. Du'KlSP'
is directed to thee
who are loeated at
stairs. Th' do a
! du Bt anil general
ai d all parties win
as tu have busluest
ca'jv. tii (Siftgeatuli
success in tindiag such cleve
and superi tr l.tistnees m-n.
Pistol PcLLixt Puiiing pistols ami
v - weaitonh is f t'st freotiMit oecur
'e .- for ei'her the rt tuiretueuts of g.xtd
morals or ttte police law. A negro dray
man, niud Aiuirew Winston, hsd a
slight difficulty with a kstnfhrr drayman,
of the sitme color, on the levee yesterday
cd dre a pistol. Andrew was vwry
pioperly arrested by efflcer Waleli, and
furiiished with quarters at tbe Adams
Phka-'MaL Ber.. Magittley, the well
known old comedian of Memphis, ar
rived per train yesterday. His circus is
now en route lot this city, anil will show
here ere loug. Ben. looks as jovial and
handsome as ever
Miss Belle Boyd left yeeterday for
Huutaville. Ala., where she proposes to
give reading". We beak for her a re
.teptiirn worthy of her laleuts from the
residents of the garden spot of the e)juth.
Ki'NKllAL Ir. our dea'h column to.
day w3i be found that ! Mai. Puchett.
His many friends n and a'v i. Mr mnhis
will be grieveti ttt learn or nis demise
He was ever a kind neighbor, good citi
leu and worthy ftiend. He will he
buried this MOgaiag a; last a in. by the
breihreu of tlie myoti" Me. The cotton
merchants are esrnestlv r-.jucst-.'d to a;
tentl the funeral In a body and pay the
Removal oftheColntt Bitb. An
effort Is being made to remove the
county site of Shelby county to Bartlett
station. The following petition is in
To tbe I itlaens of belly County :
We, the undersigned eitisens of Shelby
county, will apply to tbe legislature of
the state, at its next session, for author-
ity to establish the county courthouse at
Bartlett, on the Memphis and Ohio rail
road, for the following reasons, to-wit :
The town of Bartlett is the geographi
cal center of the county of Shelby, and
tbe most accessible point to the citizens
of tbe whole county, situated at the in
tersection of the Memphis and Ohio
railroad. Memphis and Homerviile plank
roads. The great injustice to the citizens
of the county who have business with
the court to attend at Memphis, subject
ing them to such enormous expense, re
quiring them to be away from their
homes, while their business at home is
neglected. I'r .m this point persons hav
ing business with tbe court can return
to their homes al night from
every section or tne county, mere
are "many violators of the law who
go unpunished because of tbe great
expense and inconvenience which the
proeecnt. r would be subject to in going
to Meinp'.-is. The cost of a courthouse
in Memphis would amount to about
IZfMi.ixs). One can behuilt at Bartlettfor
one-tenth of that amount. In a point of
economy tbe courts can be held at Bart
lett at lees 'ban one half the present ex
pense of holding them. The following
courts are already held at Memphis:
United ritates cuurt, Criminal, Common
Lew. Chanuery and Municipal courts,
which are a heavy burden upon tbe
tax pavers, and considerable annoy-
i enoe to tbe business men of Memphis.
The common law court has nonaurrent
I jurisdiction with the circuit court of the
connty. Tbe city of Memphis has, by
I an act of tbe legislature, the register's
I office and a deputy county court clerk.
As an aot of justice to the citizeus of
I the eounty, we think they are entitled
j to the county courthouse. It is well
I known to the citizens of the county, tbat
j tax some years past efforts have been
made, and with much encouragement in
I certain quao'ters, to annex a large portion
of Shelby to Tipton, and if all the
courts of the county are persisted in
1 being held In the city of Memphis, it will
i reeult in tbe dismemberment of the
i cpunty. Establish tbe county site al
. Bartlett, tLe center of tbe county, and
I this will narmonize all opposition.
Or tinds will be douated to the county
by the citizens of Barllett. The place is
very healthy, free from epidemics, well
watered, aod very pleasaut, und affords
every facility to the masses to attend
here at a trirlng cost.
TO J , i : A S K
FUR A TFHM OF
ileatranle ami central. j i.-cahal
' rner Sec,
' C) K RENT
, e, i.m
il ce of
Bet he it's Vsw
a n snd Kouln
.uildliis to P. C.
I, J a . la rooms
HOTEN BI1BK WAT.
Niagara Falls N. Y , October 2, 1WT.
Xdltott Memphis Appeal
TraauUng as a guest of railway offi
cials, we cobaiUer since our recent ex
periencethe pulhslhiij of both comfort
and expedition ; ami iu support of this
opinion we proceed to relate a feat we
aocoinpllsbed ou the route hither, which
wouid appear little short of magical to
those Americans who departed this life
only s quarter of a century since, and
which even now it is difficult to realize,
by a modern, uuact'uatoined of late years,
to the wonderful energy and enterprise
anim-Uing the people of tbe north and
great noriitwes; Thus at midnight we
were ax '..MiisviHe, Kv.; breakfasted at
I.' ni .n. lnd.( dined at Crestline, O;
eupped at Kne, i'a ; and retired to
bvd at twelve o'clock the same
night, at Niagara Palls, N. Y.,
having passed over five hundred
and i.;.v'v rit'B mtVes in exactly twenty
four hours, and with but one change of
cars in the entire distance' Our party,
oonsisting of some dozen Meinphians,
were taken in charge by Geu. J. P. Boyd,
general ticket agent of the Louisville
and Nashville, and Memphis and Louis-
, ville railroads, and throughout the ex-
t iirston were (lie recipients or every
I imaginable attention ucd courtesy,
offered, too, without the slightest osten
' tiion, and with ail the hhoughtful care
, for the comfort of guests, which charac-
last trltute reject to t, ceased. ,t hi, 0wn msision. ft will be
' impossible for either of the ladies or qen
I t t Hjeii, who oompoavd this very agree
! able a-sembly of excursionists, ever to
I . . i . . v. .. i .1 r .1. L . I .v.. . , . ..
niV. ilieu auo IOWI.J, ... a UI..UMS., aa trie nsililarv vrtverttments ottrauixeu til .
r..",hs loiimalist. t hati a riyht tr. soaal- I , .i -.-.h r.oa Jnf oof ll., i .V -Me-cspnon. We mean to close .
ur.h,...a,i found them Ha dint not I foJ .r,.,n;i,. ,b retail brauoh, and have marked si
i qurstion that right, but thought he had state governments? Judge Lewis r
; been nnjostly treated. I" Invariably plied : That in his opinion, It was a con
I speak of euteriaioasenU aa I nod them, tinuatioa of necessary force of military
j worthy or unworthy. What I have operations. War, in "a legalisense, might
i written in the Appkal can lie fullv ! riat after acttial i.e. e. It is merelv a
proven by many witneeses, among whom : continuation of the old war In a different Kstablisbment of the Misses Qulclan, at
are nanaers, memoers or tne presw, ; frm rebellion mer-ty slumbers, nut is jfo. 304 Maiu street, near the corner of
steamboat agents and others. I am per- ! not extinct. Judge Trigg stated that by Jefferson, over the store of Lyons, Fles
sonaily responsible for anything that the term war was conveyed the itiea of 4 Co., Lehman's old stand, on
appears in the local columns of the two conflicting powers: he had no j Thursday morning next. Their Stock
appeal, ana qot oiiiy reany out wining knowledge of any power in opposition to )a uew, and contains the ne plus ultra-
to substaetiate tne same at any time, the government in the military districts; r all the latest novelties of the season.
The threats of soils of tbe at- and gave It as his opinion that war did 1 Everv article kent in a flrst-clsje. Mini.
not there exist, in any form, unless it was j nery Establishment can be found here,
a one-sided war. Judge Lewis seemed to I The ladies particularly had better keep
think that it did ; congress was tbe judge ! ou the qui PM ocB 2t
of its existence, and had the right to
declare when it ceasetl to exist : it had Attend tbe closing out sale of Rice,
not done so up to this time. Judge Trigg ! Stix 4 Co. You will And a complete
stated that It was tbe duty of the stock of Dry Goods at lower prices than
president to enforce the laws and tn ever. oet lut
ift,.., .ti. ,.o.t, i, I,. t . ! the adrentaement erf
right so to declare by proclamation '
Judge Lewis spoke about an hour, and
made quite an able argument. We do
not pretend to present a full report of the
onsiiiona taken or to present th- numer
ous authorities cited. Attorney General
ar.lt.A. . r nniantarflha!l
tvaiiM., .... iurr..i....., K M.W
following propositions, that, to him,
seemed to cover the eases iu otiestion :
1st That the late war was a civil one,
betweeu tbe insurrectionary biates and
the general government. 1 That
ail panic. pants in that insurrection,
when they surrendered, were Bul jecl to
the same rules of war as if tbe same had
been waged by a foreign power. 3J War,
de facto asd tie jure, having ceasetl
the obligations of a parole cease. 4th
Thn nriHiiil'd nroc I a ni at iotl of neacA 1
. . ... - f - - - i i
i and amnesty was the final termination I
I of hostilities. Niimerousfauthoniies were
I presented in support of the above propo
sitions. We read in Wbeaton's interua
i tional Law. iltut when war terminates
In the triumph of one of the parties, this
termination should ne guaranteed ny a
proclamation of amnesty. The late civil
war began by a proclamation of the
president, declaring the existence .if the
same. The statutes of the Cuited Slates
provide that the president shall Issue a
proclamation nf peace in his discretion,
as well as to declare a tsuintry. or a part
of the same, ia a state of insurrectien.
The acta of July. 1861, provide that the
I president shall cause the laws tn be exe
! cuted, shall call forth the militia to sup
press insurrection, and where the state
authorities are unable to put down the
same, he has power to declare a state or
a portion thereof in insurrection.
The acts of 1862 give the president power
to extend to prisoners pardon and am
nesty, and he has, as a necessary 'ouse
queuce, the power to declare by procla
mation when the opposition to the laws
ceases, when such insurrection is at an
end and when tne necessity of employ
ing force ceases. It would be well forall
persons to (cognize the fact that the
war is at an end. There is a party in
the land that seeks to ijnore this fact
aim wny . ita occuim:ioii is goue. t, , . .
Notorious plunderers legr.-. that the war AgCBtS and PTOprietOM
is at an end. All good citizens rejoice at i
it, ana none moro man the late rebels.
The only resistance to civil authority iB
(Tennessee corx .es from the military au
t thorities. He remeniltered, that last
year, in this city, an ogicer high in au
thority, sur-cuutled hinii elf wiili soldier
and defied the civil process, and he left
on a boat guarded by I'nited States sol
diers, carrying with him the fruits of bis
Plunder. He cited the c.ae of (ten.
j Sickles as a violation of law, !
in refusing to obey the mandate of the
judge of the federal court. Military '
power has not had existence in term since '
1865,cxcepf bv authority of the presi
dent to assist the civil power in keeping
the peace. Troops were Mot here at the
request of thecitizens of tbe state during
elections, etc. The only war being car
ried on against the I'nited States, so far ;
as he knew, was by the Indian tribes.
But young Milliken was to be made
to take the place of Jefferson
Davis, and inaugurate a revolution by .
himself. If his client be gutltv of an v
offense against the laws, either state or
federal, the courts are open.
laa. Call and see IU
toe Agents at .v.
13 Galon Mr, t7p9ilr,
film R. p.. t.anc BLOCK.
a. T. ASDr.aao-j.
a. s eairk-iN
sleek of t'MMhiOHahle try tesuMtw
will be rloed ont regardless of
coat, to qatt the retail trart
We cannot enumerate the prices of our
immense slock to be cleared out. Thev
are the lowest, In order to secure an
early sale. Rice, Htix k Co. oct81m
All Ladies will be pleased to learn that
B. A. Hollenberg, proprietor of the
Memphis Steam Dyeing Eestabliehment,
No. 212 Beal street, has opened a con
venient office at 25fl Second street, where
ail kinds of goods, old, faded and soiled,
will be elegantly Dyed and Renovated.
Gentlemen's wear cleaned and dyed in
superior style. oe2 eotll m
..nf - s. at the " Straw Hat and Don-
I net Bleschery " you can have your Kelt
. and Straw Hats and Bonnets dyed the
uew Brown. This color does not fade or
soil. Wm. Goodybar,
WE SELL TO 1E3CHANTS OrfLY!
SHEPHERD, WATKINS I CO.,
DRY GOODS JOBBERS
aw a "
o. 330 STain Street,
Up-Btalra-Over Terry A Mitchell's Wholesale
sr genta for Hetry Cottons. Woolens,
ton Varna, etc.. etc se2!
VIOOHC . WTBW, nu.
Three-foarlbi or the Fronts Retimed to
tbe fancy Holders 1b the
Georgia Home Insurance Co.,
OF COLUMBUS. OA.
L INCORPORATED MM.;
Cash Capital snd Sarplas,
I inP.RAI. CO
1 j Itatea. and Pre
:.... ..; in thla Bt;
ua In mis company wo. set tltetr pro
portion of profit in Hcrip, wlnuh will oa
taken at par value on retmss-i
MOORK.t WK-tT, AgenU.
... , Matllaon street
WHOM I T MAY CONCERN. nftr-Thrwa
111 b s-ild bv t ho unflTs1DM In OUR -iavn
'." pay obargu, 1 not failed for by the awner
orf .nrtmw. LEVY MILLER.
tttr litwlm 311 Front ssret.
THE credttom or tbe HvU of Jmmm C. W U
fton are liortity aoLltled that i have nov
ffestei tht inMolveriry of tne en'mte. TliS CTed
Uom vill d'H Lheir clalma wltuin mix mnntbs
from ditto tieitoo', or this uotloa will be filed or
be forerer devoid In cmrt.
wm M A. H. BftOWK, Adm'r.
NOTICE Is hereby srtTo fiat the underatcned
wax duly appointed and qualified hp the
Kxrcoior of J. M- Saint, oeeaxed, at a former
irno of the Conotv C-ourt of Mhelby coaoty,
1 fin AH tiiofta Indebted U the entat of
J. M. Saint, dtyoaaad, axe hereby notified to
come forward und make payment, and thes
holding rlamv aaliisl eald eatatc are notified
to Hie the same with the Kxecmor within the
time preacrioed by law, otberwlm the Maine
w . 1 be fotevar bared.
JOHN & KA1NT, Kxeeator.
Memphis. Hpt. If. .97. rM Iaw4w
ANDERSON & GRIFFIN,
General CommU&ios Merchant,
Ho. 276 Front Street,
, Keont So. 4. ''p-Hta M M P U I i
ISriAM C. KAURIS,
Sewros Fosd, Formerly of F. Lane A Co. I
8. T PoRTsa, -ate or Porter A Mat-raw.
C FrRSTsisasia, Late o: Porter A Co.
NEWTON FORD a CO.,
WROLBSALK AND RETAIl,
G R O O B R S
Ife. 17 In ton Street,
LIK KU4-X. MEMPHIS, TSIOT
aw- Mr. Fort) will give special atteutloa u
Cotton and other Produce r nignd to us.
W jj. Pi
T. P 1.1 1 IT,
J. T. PETTIT & CO.,
15 UNION STREET,
TP-RTAIPJ,, MEMPHIf. TEJTW.
K- M. ASHM Of tl-mnhl.
Jtso. gtebawwAw lass of Tipton coontr
P. ."t. Moaoas l)rloto oouuty. M ios.
w. r llakKK. Marsha . couut, it
IMTB win anvance T sro-Thirds tbe Talus on
TT an t otum snipp.
all t'otton ahlppwl u Oovrrnor Harrla
I IIWPIHIISgT. WIt KS 4 MALONIL
.f 1ILU.1. RASH A CO.,
OOTTOIT AND GErTXRAL
1H Vnum Stroet, Vempbtt.
WE offer onr serTtrea to our namerons
friends and aeaalnLauoaa, returning
thanks for former patronage. MaiWfartlon
icuarantead lu all mmm Onr ca-tomein tn'er
osU ju-6 oars. Hope, Bacsinc. ft.-, rurni -hr
Wf hnv experience u Hatnpllna:. Clamlns
aDdrieliln ldUuh or produce, ana rear no
comprUUon. All ao iala;omnU eovered by
oar Open Policy of Insurance, u nines othe r
wifis laataTociad. oc2 lm
HA ai LTOSS, HANKS A BRANHFOKil,
ASHE, VrLB.iUS dtCtt.,
1 Commission Merchants,
. SS4 t rt.it Street.
t(UICK 9ALKS P" "PT BKTtTRlCH'
BAOU I MO, Rope
furnlataeet at the :. . t
aalaUon upt '.as
made on .-onaiga-sc:.
J. D. Csssbt
WORMCLIY, JOY a CO.,
37 Adamg Street,
A of. NTH FOR THK HALE OW
Pratt's ImproTed Cotton tins.
f- fHi OeraOsy Xezrt 4m our
SKW BllLDrJe, 10AVS oTiHT.
SaaroiakSMB Haas, Mas pes.
W. S. PICKETT a CO.,
Ctt rartert Cenniuion XerehMti.
NEW OBLBAJtS. UjCIHLANA.
STI a now eaterfng apoa onr twantlerii
TT yswrof-haalneas lu Mempliu,
.ixteentn in See Orfeasa, and v.tteit a natlo
uaoae of oatroaaaa : roat oar fnena. t,a th
public g.tiai ally fmr botta In N,w . icane
w.ll, as haretolore, Imi uudar ,iie itisnas-iL.-Ot
WM. B. PICKETT, aa eld -- , lists I
merchant ia tLe New Orleaas cotton trsca,
and atTorda to onr customer lusaavn: l.g,. i
allh.r market. as Utr luteiaat or tndluat.ot.
my induce '.Item toabip.
a Saap alwsaon hand a good sapoiv mi
'ro.-erlaa. PrwtAl..r,a, bagaiug, R -.ura
Balling, Plantation anrt Firally Supi. tca k-ac-erally
WOESBL1.7 joY A t.-
F. LANE. I. it. If a UTCi, j. w. la:; b.
F. LANE St CO.,
k T the October twin, IM7. of the County
XX Conn or Hlielby oouuty. Deun., I will ao
ply lor letiers of admlnuiiatlon on lite estate
of J. M. Kerrell. deoeaeeu.
selUw4w JOBS HAI.I.tTM.
LARRl' II 4 RUNT ID & CO.,
Memphis City Wharf-Boat.
OFFICE an Mnln Street, corner of liaitlfon.
MARTIN WALT & CO.,
General Commission Merchants
48 t'nion St., New Orltmns.
BANKS, HIMlLTOXd 4 HARW00D,
i or ner Vine ana Cc-mmtrelal Streets,
ocStf sr. ;...!-- vo.
STOItAwa, fEiM, OlSSISHIII".
T. C. FORBES fc CO.,
.i-,di47 rroTJtit.a(it448riitoBrtn j Cotton Factors
HEW ORLEANS, LA..
GENERAL mBSSM BEBCRA.W,
Cor. rnlon and Froor Streeio,
T TBRRAIj 'tsh AdvaDfM madern
I j menu.
, tleneral Commlsolon Merchants-
FOKthaaaleof Cottoo. c onr. Wbtakv Porn
Tobacco, and all klud- ol Wcurn i'roonc '
Having an Internal He, -ia" HpndMi Wr,.'
honaa, . art urttarMt lo htmii. .waaw
and " Manufactured Tobacco " In bond Saaa
.tTenng superior .ndncemenu to shtpocraof
Llberaladvaneea on all onalgnmenU
. - . t. . .
: le Htack A Pfltman.
Late llorton . Katca AC
BLACK, E3TES & CO.,
Huccesaors to Horton, Kates A Co.
CotiD! Factors ui Qmw&m
ii , . r
affice. 1 and Z t on
Asenra for tbe Keanlar Arks
No. 272 Front Street,
T, tp conatantly oc ha..d a large atocfc of
lltui Hop. and iron I'lcs. Orocc-tca and
olatl n Hupp ics. aelS lm
FOR ITEW ORLEANS.
A'.lautlc and Mlssli.lt i' --.tuiship Conii.aiiy
V. S Mall.
tsOSSS OILL O'Sell masMr
Thl splendid passenger packet
win ica aa aoove on
TU1H DAY, IHh Inst., at 10 a.m.
LARKY HAHIiBTAII A I I , agenta.
t orner Vain and Madison streets or
PCS U Whan boat, foot Monr... street.
For Ntw Orleant A. A M. B. t o.
-I I-1A Pegrem
This new and splendid pauenger
.r.u.ri will iUr M Slll'ir till
TUiH DAY, Stii Inst., at 1 n.m.
LAEBT HAUM' TAD A CO.. Atrents.
Comer Main end Mi.di.-m at...
ocSlt MM city Wharf boat, kat Monroe st.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
ItrrT'Vr 4 Virimer t'rlt,in was eAlle,!
Utori yeeterlay to lloltl an KDCjgMN -o the
body of Montifuiuery, who was
fount.' nWaii in I. is rootu, tit sr tbe foot of
what is culled H .'el etreet. The Jury
legged that thf rieggggeed tratne in bis
death from eosiire ami want of proner
metllral attendance from lh evidtnce
aivei, before tbe jury it w j appear
tbat the ijei i r.aii never made hi
wants biitiwri. He hail no tiitfrers, anil
was . u., . , . as it waiJiiluan of .'utlou,
V O K SALS
Twei.e So. 1 Billiard
m wttcQiaej, tnoolre at
A goM haasBA.baca Us
(liLlie usadi Will t.t cl
lor, iiT A Bntlau l, t rn
auJStf V. s HRt t'E
Ta'i'.ea for aal. For
:. m bvaUbv.
la ktuuroa atract-
iY and HAKNKKs
tg Aiip.r toTay
: s.rat., i
, Monroe at raet
the K.'lU'fnntaiue railway.
Phe track of the Memphis and Louis
ville railway, fur the distauoe of
two hundred miles, has been
receniiy hettvtly ballasted witb
limestone rock, and tne result is
miirh irreater steadiness in the running
I of the oars and c.itiseuuently increnaeti
Rtvi..i A -cut-, of nu.ettnKj re I laoMKjr tr etijoylng tbeemhraee of Mor-heiiii-
awU at the OmemI Meiuouist I pbeus in the sumptuous sleeping ooacbes
gStMk siMlM and evening The pas- j they have lately placed ou this line,
tor, Itev. J. T.C. CoiUna, ia laborng The Bellefonlaine road, by which we
with itie iwuestue- tuiti zeal which has ftceompluiifd the journey from Indian-
ever chMracteriztsI ttiat iiind shepherd i ap"iia m s. swusmb, ". iu 7uptiur
aoti iaiiuTiii cnisirisu since r.. toos
loyal, tbe itiilges able ami learned, and
there is no necessity for bloody military ;
tribunals iu the state nf T -nm ssee. Oen. j
Wallace spoke in ftis usual urcible man
ner, aud made quite an .-llective speech
unit be facts of the case without wander- !
ing off into constitutional tpiuaUunN not .
in issue, fudge Trigg tool: tbe papers,
ad court adjourned uutil the usual hour
tills morning. A decision will, not he 1
given prohahly for t few ejeys.
Tbanskkr of Real Bbtatk-9. ft,
Mestlt to H K (iteen, quit . laim, tTOO.
lot ;'o. M lt..i.iiis..n avenue, bv IT.'. ;
feet ; H. E. Green to P. M. Miller, deed. !
H9dS, lot No. 83 Hill's -ui. division on
Uohiusou avenue, Hb by 175 feet; P. Do
lan to C. Murray, deed. 300, the south
half of lot Xo. 'JH of sulsllvision of !
12 92-100 acres of estate nf H. Item he rt on
Ko avenue, 37 by 1-fi leet; G. F. Jun
kerman to .Sarah A. Jtinkermaii,
deed, 10, lot No. 30 in H. j
M. Gates' subdivision of land iu j
North Memphis on Gates street, 50
feet by 12 feet; Wm. Trusdel to R. !
M'H'lariu, et. al.. deed in !rut to secure
forget the kiutluess of this gentloman, or I fs . 15 acres of mud on Beaver Dam
the considerate attentions of E. A. lake in rjhelhy and pnyette counties ; B.
Snrtl. r.-Q , gein-rai passenger sgent ot K. Holieiilie-v to W. S i . i-tmau, mori-
For Arkaiisss River-
it? officers B r'ANER...
This splendlu sesamcr WIU leave
a. aoovc ou
THIS DAY. !th Inst., at p.m.
LARKY Tl ARMSTAIt A CO., Agents,
Corner Main aud Madison sts.. or
oct it City WbarfLoai. foot Monroe st.
Regular Arkansas Hirer Packet.
OLEANKR King master
This elegant .learner ti loading at
rootoi court street, and ieavea on
THItt DAT, (th ust , al 6 n.m.
JA& T. HOUR-NIC A CO.. Alien's.
PCS 11 Jefferson .iriet-
FOR HZ. LOOXS.
IO Bblsi Seiw Pork,
75 ( Asks Htwo it Httlegt.
SH disks ratanlcterM
nan Sacks ( ha(.e oSVie.
ano Rltla Sugnr. aisHarted,
MOO RblN Hnr, all grade,
ao IthlH -MchI,
AO RblH WtllMhy,
lOO BltlM . . MalaiHsr.
l.fO Hair Kbln Sf . Mola
5IIO Hits Markerel,
."id KblH o. 1.4 aud 3 Marhorel
3.10 I'levfa Hrntut'liy BaEginK, ,
'ti Balpts India Bugging.
lOO oil's Rope.
OO Half t oils Rope,
.'lOO Hrx Lard.
50 Tit-reet Lard.
lOO Kth I'obMi'i o. aaart'd brands
no Bhla Urn. I Cider Tint-gar,
SO RblH Ureal last Haoou.
SO Tlereea SugarM-uretl Hauia,
And su extra large hajortmeiit of Orocerles
which will be sold low for cash or on usual
time to pr. rapt paying customers.
Advancet. will be .nade on shipments of
Cotton, tor sale here, or io our friends lu New
MARTIN WALT a CO..
se2 272 Front Str-TOt.
Lit KY' tt IctiHEE,
222 Front Street, Memphis.
D CALEBS IN
firorerlrs and Plast&tton Snpplles.
J. M. PATRICK a CO ,
No. S.4 Front Street,
UP STAIRS MEMPHIS, TEW.
PROMPT attention paid to ait business en
trusts! lo us, and special attention glvan
to filling orders for any .isacTlf.tloo or mer
chandise. Hnppllea furtnabed casiemera aa
usual sets lm
MEMPHIS. TEN If,
riimsiusiiK.NTi or Cotton. Tobacco and
n store op
r..r all hii.tops. dore.
U. R roawraa. Chas W. KSALHorsa.
Late with A. J. Formerly with t dssM.
While A Co. Hill a Co.
Tnoa. Dat. Late or Mr. Mollis Haaabieton.
rilRSTKK. KKUH0FKK 10.,
; rortow Fttrl.ir and CmmmiamUm
No. 300 Main Street,
I Four Doors Vortn of Adamai,
S T.iie, , 'M.
w. r. fiabti, f ,- s.wxi,
J. B. If 'OLKXlaJf. l B- -
PIABCB, PAfiK & GO ,
Wholesale and Rrta.il Ororer
Cotton Ear, tor it and Com
No. 20-4 Froct F.o-.v.
Betwcu. Washington and Adau. ttosges.)
KFFl --ntAn'lr on hand a argc an-i welt
S "Soca or nrocerlea. Racglsg. Bess
and ' iita loa rpnllea. Uberai adva' u
uadu an Cnttoa for shipment or oihsrwt.
G. W. Tbottpw, Wa. Moo at-
TlOTTEt A "cfiEF,
'. v. noaaaTHoa,
HeMrrto Oo . Mlsa.
No. 14 Monroe Strset,
ROBERTSON a CARTER, i MEMPHIS, , TElESSEK.
T AOOINO. ROPF sod TTHB rnrstaBad at tbai
... -C lowest market prlca.
A.si j JleTii.,nt. Hept L IsST. act
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j Dissolution of Copartnership.
All. . l-i t ition iirt:ttt. w
uiuna,l 0FFICK: 26 LIB BLUt K, HK "4 I'll IIS. TEXJf
BRIGGS & NOBTON,
iWholesale Grocers, j
For (-alro and Ht. Lasda,
AOAat JACOBS..... Hemluway master
Tina czcelleut steamer leave,
Memphis as above,
111 UNI AT, loth insL, at p.m.
oct" FLKM. CAI.VKRT, Snp't.
Tor vickshurg and Way I-audlngi.
OA.N ABLE Lee master
Leaves Memphis for the share
unite leasehold interest in back part of
lot Xo. 212 ou Beal street, fronting AO
feet : Tbts). Aileu to Kiniiard Gultirie,
et. al., lease of IU years at ;T 6H per an
num, eastern half of lot No. 1 in De
Loacu subdivision, on Vance and Lau
derdale streets, 154 7-12 by o4 5 12 feet.
and Intermediate ...mis
SATURDAY. Itth lriat, at & p.m.
VINSON A DONAH UK, Agents.
ocStl m Front stree'.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Por White River.
This splendid paasanger packet .
win i-vr lor lus ant.TB
TUUBSUAY, Ui'U last., at a p.m.
J AH. T. BOHRNK A CO., Agents.
ot( St No. 12 JetTersur. slreeu
Kor Wlilte River.
Piaao for Sale.
nWR K.NABE 'Itin, 7-octave. nearlj
uew. citf o.ar y" '' sasa ai a nargain
chatKe of ( eutral obureli. Last fall be
cariie.l on a revival al tin- t'tiuteh for
two weeks with the most flatterttiK Ue
osae, but lgt tna rtlllgsnl labors caused liis
bealih to be -en-u-iy Uapalred, and 'tis
only witnin Use paw few dava that he
bas leo ube to rugsim his labors. We
hope Ibe tneetliiis will he fraught w ith
WV- 'MSi. 'I I. ere Will lie set vices tuis
moi nisig it J o'clock aud this aveninir, al
Mkt past t-wjs
Apply ui . K.. ..
ENGINE AND BOILER
SQt SE e"t
i fart atrj a-. 1
X.iitl for ftale.
A N nndlvKVad oos-bail a tarsal la
r of Rel
CHe 1'RKZ: vNT ANlt THIt MPMPfUS
, AMit'iuo Kailroak. We woaid not
misrepresent any one ; and f hereforeoor
; rectour account of tbe stockbolders' tne.tt
i inof the Memphis aud Ohio railroad, so
a a-,t o). ' -.an is .... i. He did
llniraw any -frlctures tie tied
Utmanitoemtmti but he frankly
r I slated that the report of tbe president
I eouriiioed biui that tbe leasini,' of tbe
1 road to Ule L'.uisville company wss tbe
,f icneraon snwt, l oniv tbiuat to aiWe it from Browiuow'i
i hand i and for lull reasou, he was for
IrdoreiriK roat action. The " manage..
uieu: " or tbe road was not under discus
sion , but it was a simple queetiou as to
whether, under all 4ie facts then dis
. -rv. the u . .... Jirtitory, In
savin- Ule rsiad fmm Browr.low-'s htmis, i
-h .i I suwlnpi 'In titi'i issue, nc
tbougLt it lbs duly of ail O uphold tbe
-rUcu cyliudsr, rarersa- .
i N. Ad im si
udition, ami weirlided by the suu.-tau
tial homesteads of those portions of In
diana and unto through which it is loca
ted, witb a degree of noiseless rapidity,
which afforded brief opportunity for
nut iutr the many pleasing and thrifty
features of tbe country.
Nei', tbeC. C. and Lake Shore rail
way irausporled us to Buffalo, aud like
all the tracks in this portion of the
I. uited States, is smooth and free from
steep grades and curves, by which all un
pleasant niotlou is avoided, and a much
Mahal rate of speed uniformly main
tained. From Buffalo to Niagara Kails,
distauce of t went y-t wo miles, tbe route
is over the New York ("entral road.
With no place throuzb which we jour
nied were we so much struck as C eve
land, Ohio, where tbe coal oil refineries,
man-, saw mills, irrindstnue quarries,
Itiih inst., aL j p.m.
LVy A M11IW tgaassj
.'"2 Front s.reet.
Card ok Thanks At a meeting of
the board of directors of the Memphis
and Ohio railroad company, held at their
office In the city of Memphis, on the 8th
tiay of October, loo", the following reso
lution was passed, and ordered to be
l published, via .
Jieto'ved, That the thanks of this 1
board is due the Memphis Daily Bulletin i
for the very efficient labor it performed
in bringing together such au overwhelm- j
tag number or trie stoca holders of this ; a ..,. r r
mad, at their late anutial election for dl- rli : w"rm F' Hu" ater
rectors. The vote io this election retire- ! CLAY RICK, Clerk.
sented eie-hlv ner cent, of the..ntirai .This splendilatsamsr will con-
Stock of tbe csmpany, being a much
larger amount than ever represented at I
any previous meeting.
L. S KNOWLTON, Secretary. ,
Kegolur Tueadhy l-'aolcet.
Far Vu-keuuncand tfaeBt-iHi.
-..ti. leaving Memphis b,VKHY T!"F-0
S p.m. K-elKui for New tirleaus will be re
stiieped at Vicksbutg on II. e mall line from
that port. Rates as low as br any other line,
FillTRl) 8T1TE8 BIIQBD WABKH0FSE.
EDMONDS.PETTIGREW & CO.,
T O B 3 C O
MKMJ'HIS. : : TKNNES3KE.
H assist prfceil our arrangements witb
t - Mii : VlrRiuia and the
West, we art prrpart-d to aupp!y the trade
a. Factors' price, kfering alwaiS on baud a
COMPLETE AHSortfMENT of the vartooa
r rauds and It., wMrb we hare steiected EH
Pifij;AL.L.y FOK THIS TRAHK.
Merchants and Jolliers wili dud 1L to their
lnterwrt to examine onr itorlt be ore horlbg
fclTwhr-rp. acaCi fin
iOH Front Row.
AVK A CHOICE STOCK U ROCK Rim. TJ :
It A MBA OT.
if Bags I offer.
'25 Hogsheads rugar,
1IHI Harrrlt Sogsr.
."p Barn Is and kg JTrop
IS Barrels Mess aud Rump Pork,
-st Plrrr Fiki and Hriap Bargleg,
130 l olls Sopr,
el Toe! Iron Tfs rarioai aakts.
mw Barrels In nr.
a Barrels ffbtikr.
Hacon. Lard and fntl stock FatnUy Groceries,
alt of which they will sail at lowest market
rate (examine onr stock. sel5.tmt
N. 3. GRKEN
Dissolution of Partnership.
'Pile copartnership heretofore existing be
, tweeu tbe underslgr.cd. under the style of
LFKTHCH ursrMANN, Is this day dis
solved by mntnal consent. AH ct-lms of the
old Arm will be collected, and all d.ots paid,
by F. W Dnstmann. J. C. LKBTrKtH,
oellw K. W. DllerMANN.
N. S. GREEN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Bonrbon, Bje 4 Bfetliled Whisky,
ALCOHOL. PBOOF SP1HITS,
Foreign nnd Dmueitlit' Licinorn.
I For Sktlatn tha Trade Only )
o. 252 Front Street. Srnpbit, Tr nr.
E. IN. APPERSON & CO.,
o. ti. Froat sad r, Jefftrsoi Sts.,
AIATU1E stock cf r:ula'JoBSuopll, Bag
ging. Rxipe. Tlea, etc . rt -r sale to customers
on usual terms. wis im
K. I. BATEN t CO..
Ootton and Tobacco Factors,
Kencral Comm!siinn Merrhanu.
Office No. 278 Pront Street,
SESPHIN, : : TESEXStE.
sepls .im -s. :i
I BRIl .
pa'toTsi.tp of W. L. sT'vVAirT .
I . . A tLls .lav dav hv miilu.l , oriaAMt
dlssolTed, M. li. L Stewart retiring rrum ihe
firm bacAoae of edlcla duties :e -uolr,? hlser, .
The tMiMtneaa ol the firm will ta, titled by gf,
1 -Stewart, who will continue the business .ti
his own nam. W. I. MT1 t A RT
St. D. U STuWABT.
Aepumasr :, itr.
W. L. STEWART,
No. 2 Bank Alley,
Ho'ith arart near Madison Hrrsa',
r, St. WSBB.
. S. WITt-HIXL.
W. M. Kms.
pRPjrPT sttentlon slrcr. to tae sale of rot.
I mil P.lnng orccrs ior customers, a no at
rates soiled to the ttmea.
Acd not wishing us advise the pnb te of tM'
duties In '-ha prrmkws, in advance, wt I afannlv
ernmhe to ciercUe bis teat ,u.:g.i .1 as ibe
proper time in tne management uf tke bosir-.e .
in'rnted to httn.
Mwrp. gret.'nt tor patronage, will egtdea-. as
a make the same mutual: -- p-oeinsle.
aw Agents for
Ht. Louis, Mo.
MACIttOK A CO.,
WASH. S TATfta.
TtYl.UK, (ILK A CO
WEBB, VITCHKLli A CO.,
13 rIO STHEET,
Between Mam and Front.
L BLOCK. MKMPH18, TENN.
n. r. HAi.LKR. trjHfr-fle MHttta
HALLF.R, FISHEfl & CO.,
F. M. WtitTS, Frtrilow
John Kkrk, Formsrl
Uao. F. Rootss, .itei'
WHITE, KBRR & ROUTES,
Cotton Fafiors. Tjemeral CSBMSaV
lon ant Forwarului; iercnaD!!s,
Ho. 384 Main Street.
OayewO Block. MEMPHIR. TEN":.
iONSIOV.MENTS Of l.o-.lon. fro vial' :i
V 1 roauce, etc., aollcitud, and
r-siucr. etc.. solicited at-J all or. .0
promprtT nnco. Ma Sr.
I. J. RAWT.ISOS).
iteKular MemphU and ew Or
leans Weekly Line.
Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packs(,
HK'BT AMU I - J. F. Rlekt ataster
and. In Lataretu
.a. a -lr. naaa
saSta iownicb Uperasat. wlU
ngura, tor one-iblrd cash and j
t one and two years, will. out I
of raacuiocaat Arkansas j
l.aboTta.i isJow, and the
. .ins casta, lit Crawford
ii tie aosd toaeiiiar or la ar- I
THOS U iltAWroRD, Clerk.
Apply to PIKE A A .!,
At'-ofuera al Law,
MSsiutlri. i. Memphis
I i solution.
ri'nr. copssrtuersbtp Baw'7
I t e name and atyls X
StMawS wae ..IssoJvcsl on UM
matua, coaaanl. T. F. MHK
whaaad tbe . nun aa
llat.il tie-. Ik . ,
1 the oid buslne
ecxI to orUw:l all'
W. H kr'WEDA"i
r. f. sNT.F.ri.
THOS. F. SNEED.
Hucresssr lo Hs-nnt-siaj A Miee-d.
Wl LL cwattnae tit Oroer-r. CoiSi.n and
Commission Bnalneasal the old stand No.
Xy Main street, where be will r pleased 10 ass
all bis old frlaads and cbstomcr..
T. P K . .
io. lt Jofleraou StreeL
MEMPHIS, : : : : TENXKSSEK
;tfn!l" soitcji a shara uf tbe biii
thtLuaaaffc of ttoa Aoutil. Wa
rmw cutojmaja tor tbelr patroa-
uwe unu woaid o? psaM-wi to iu e laciu ixm
uuiit tiustae- w:t'i ui Our cbergts are lb
same as her f :orr All Oot'on KiIalaod to its
tfitl lm luaanAt unltuj oibarwiaa inaUat4i.
Mist HAMS' COTTON ffABKHol.it
Ladt Do at thr New Memi inn.
l:,e New Meuitjt,,., liieater was well
I filled last night, bv a large and fasbioDa-
I olat audience to w Knots tue first appear
t afta: of ".S'lv 1) 11 In the great Euro;an
I aiaisti 11 ut fMtS with tus (t!,r Ml
j ' P lily Eccie jsn eho lIsvkI in a '
i styis woioo was bigtilr aijaVesttalrd tgf
1 tbe audience. The pASOa, aillinugb uek.
: in Mempfais, t'lok well, and we are ;lao.
for the sake of rHay-uoers, todndtbatit Is
to be repeated. Mr. Shirley France j
1 enurela fliied tbe bill Tbe minor I
t parte Were was! sustained. Tbe burlesque j
i uf The JirrUy Uohirbreaker was abort
I aual guod, Lady Uou and Miss Pieiaon
j appearing to riii.'h advantage. Lady 1
Dou Is oertain lo prove a success witb I
j Mi mi. Inane r- jc bar kiss! a.ldie-.
pleasing figure, sings egitelleoUy, and ,
treads the boards well. To night Caste
and Pretty HcMSthrtai.fr will b re- j
peatrd, when doubtless the bouse will be I
filled to iiverflowing. The legitimate j
drama should be patronised in preferenoe
! to travelers. Let us spend our money
wht re it is mails.
I Ajaii.AgU.y Settled. We are pleased
' tn slate that tbe slight difficulty between
1 the members at Tf pogiapblcal Uuion
No. 11 of this oily and Uta printers who
; arrived here yeaUBrday from points norib
: of Ml bas been amicably settled. Tbe
I geuiiemanly followers of tbe "art pro
i servativa of all arts." of our city, met the
new trio in courteous and gentlemanly
I debate, aud sltuwed tbeni iu plain and
1 ODdenlahie figures (be prices received in
1 this city for their work was bsxeiy com
TBI lt RANCH ui KtllOV.
Editors Memphis Appeal:
Among tbe many complex questions
that should demand the tleen estasidHwas.
and other mauur&cluririgeuterrises,im-I tion of tbe preeent general sssemlily of
jittrt to tbb city an air of activity and ; the state of Tennessee, there is none that
t .1 .ASa.av-ritv '.t lllli'a -JriLlll ami ItTinrdhtl. I .lomar-i.la S.....S, li., ., .1.-., ai. 'ml
, . r-s. . . - rw . . I--, - ' (jripaovin iuuid rrs.1 MiniJ l IlftlJ IIIUW 1 O" 1 ThU new s.nl guiis.tt.llrl rwsas., umr
aim. even lo the least observant traveler. ; garding tbe laws relating :6 insurance ! stia.ueT .Si will Me,,?nbuf !!rfi
The general ticttet agents' convention 1 comuaules. The law reneallnt' the net New Orleans, October 18tu. and KVK
oonveucd at the international hotel, which required insurance compsnies goljSS"1" wKDNfcBDA ttroughont the
Niagara Kalis, at 10 o'clock this a.m., I deposit with the comptroller of the state " "
numerously attended, over I btiuds issued by the state to tbe amount n.,,.. .... . . '
of twenty thousaud tlollars, ami, in its! - . '
stead, imposing upon foreign insurance ' 0LITR BBiKCIl Isaac Jones master
comnanies tioiuir iiusiNess 111 tlinararp an
annual 1st of twelve. .1 n,.H rtr, I This new aod splendid passenger
.11.1.1 .11 Of til l.'l I Of Ille , H.,,lee- M ixa a ....... IT. ; 1 .. ". " "' 1'. . " " J 1 .'"
-- " sici crii.,1. t I'.oi hi mi: urieana. . kumai wn
ti . - i ..v ... o. . .run ll.lll .lr I ISllll
fifty dollars, and complying with other
regulations, a forsign insurance eum
paoy witb Utile nr no meani nan prose
cute its business in the state of course,
subject to tbe county and eirporatiou
taxes where they locate tbelr agencies.
By this act w invite de agencies of
weak c-oraDaole? as well a t hoseof means
within onr hssasAsasa etp th. ........... Ar i 4'elock A.m . and and
. . : -r tTTv ,B . ' oaad o clook,a.m.. aac!
au (sot . e.i'.iii i.'e is iiriioait oi ntate tsjriijs
anil is ve.ry
one hundred of the most irnportant Uses
!n all parts of the country being repre
sented. Heore closing this letter I
should no. ogjit mentioning tbe parched
country from h nttioK.. hither, which
wa were informed had not been bleared
with rale but once since tbe fourth of
July, and the ooosequsuce Is tbat less
man half a crop of i t-reals will be real
Very faltbfullv yours, etc ,
CHANciRy Copftf. The cases againsi
Wells were not concludes, on yesterday,
iiie , leuuy tney win nc taaeu tip to
uay. itie touow.ng case w also
hearing to-day : Price vs. Price.
Law Court Stands adjourned until
next rtaturday ; on tbat day an adjourn
ment will he had to court In course
ishulrt Coi:nty Circuit Court.
The jury in the j.se of the Holloway
tt. tinier had not agreed at a late hour last
evening. A verdict will probably be
rendered this morning. Judge Reeves
passed sentence ou the following persons
-m v, tied during tbe present term:
Jacob Thompson, twenty-one years in
penitentiary: Cornelius Hawkins, one
year In penitentiary. The civil docket
will be taken up to-day and regularly
called. Thursday next will be motion
Municipal Cocrt The October term,
criminal aide, commenced yesterday.
Casts will be
L'NiTKi, 8TATC8 Court. The district
court docket was called through on the
first call on yesterday. The Milllkin
habeas corpus case closed last evening
and the papers were handed to Judge
menaurate with tlie arduous duties they , Trigg for decision . Judge Lewis corn-
were required to form; aud that they , meucexl bis argument by reading from
.ill EVER." Al.
TERN ATE WCHNBSll.'. V 'nronghoot the
MARTIN WALT A OO.. ano
.! AHh T. Bul'KNll A CO., AgenU.
3. H. HDOCK. Oen'l Ptes. nger Agent. sIO
"1 mi unit arm Saaad City ferry Pocaet.
PEOSTA M. R. dm, Master.
KAVEB the -.andlrg. foot
Sj Adams street, at v, snd
rsm. Mound l;i: at
And ft o'clock p in
with the comptroller of the state by
foreign oomjia!? at least, we would i
drive from our limit mauy worthless '
t for ! agencies that are not able to adjust the
smaLett loss. A coinpauy witu uttiv or
no means oan well afford to pay
twelve hundred ana Ufty tlollars I
to the state for the privilege
af preying upon He citizens to the
amount of thousands upon thousands of !
dollars. If the laws of the state required
Memphis and White Btrer
REGULAR THURSDAY PACKET.
County Conrt of rttielby County. Tenn
If. H. Acock et sis. v Wm. 1 nomas Cloar
IN Hits canse it aepesrlr-g from arndartt filed,
tbat William Thomas cloar, Martha Jans
Cloar, John cloar. Samuel Cloar, James Cloar.
Oeorito Washlnfclon ( '.oar and Albert t'loar.
dereii.lanu in aixivc cause, are uon-ri-sidants
of the HUilfc of Tennessee ;
II is therefore urder.d that thay enter their
eppearanee lietataaast pieaa. answer or demur
to the ... r p.-ttuou. on or before tbe
first thrte of the November Term of ssld
t 'ourt.b. if lnig uu the lib day of November. 1SS7.
or the same a lii be taken for oouleaaad as to
tbtso , aud set lor .r . ex parte.
It is furl her ordered, ibata copy of this order
bs published once a week for tonr successive
weeks in tt:e Mem phis Appeal, a newspaper
pubtlshe.i in thtsClty of Meaiphis, Tence-aee.
Attest : J NO. LOAUUfi, clerk.
Tbornpeon A l-'ritxer. solicitors for petitioners
Heptcrnbtr li. 1SS7. sell ttlaw
A. Ie Kimhro vs. A. C. Patterson.
SAID dsft-udant. A. C. Palterson. will take
notice that an atusehment was taaued
agalt st hie estate for the sum of two hundred
dollars, debt ..e by uoie.upon the groond that
thedefendsiut Is a non-ret ident o the dials of
Tetitte-see. and returned levied, etc. ;
1 1 1s therefore ordered that tbe said defend
ant. A. 0L i'titlerson, enter his appearance
assslg "u or t-eio e tbe 14th day of October
nest ilKw i at my ot&ce In the town of Browns
ville, and plead, answer or demur to the plain
tiff's comp.alnt or the same will be taken tor
con leased aud the ce set for hearing ex parts;
stol that s. iuny of tills order be pnbushsd once
a week for four su -.-csslve weeks in tbe Msm
jmls Appeal. BOttX, R, Hit. ma. J. P.,
for Hay wood oonnty.
W. V. Ilutledge. Attorney.
Hrownsvtile. sett 9. 1867. sell lawlw
ootton fag tor s Grocers. Cotton Factors
Oeseral Commlssios Merehant?.
Baa Monroe St.. .. M.m aud Fro.t. Commission Merch nnt,
Uooavr Block. MKIIPUIB. TKNN. VO. M dAUISSR srEirr,
ueHnto Woe k. MUM PHI.
AW- ll.gglsg. Rope, Iron Tlea snd other SIiid
pllea furnTanad al Low. st Slarket .......
i. c. issir. m. xcALr.
J. C. NEELY 3c CO..
.-...,'"! to Prraarr A Nui.t,
COTTON FA TOPS
o. 2HO Front Street,
Orer Brooks, Neelr tt Ofc, MBMPHIH, TEXN.
f IRURALi cash adra&es-a -na-i on eoorsifn-
1 j racut in "tore. All sb)pmDt- t.v river '
and In st-jre cove j by oar o en policy of In
i. ".."i.;i.ciwher -rliiciio.
Maj. R I'tirkett wl)! ramnlrt witja as, and
lTe. re-o'ore. als undiviJed attention to
the sate of rot ton. eels 3m
1TK tbankoui fttf hum for the Ubtrai patnL
T . i t-r t.jKrt fxtended us. aud w , at
tu v . t-iilon merit at continual-re tf Mi
snob 'oiislant eRtets io pn-raot- lb liittw
of tuoae wht' ;::tma4 aa with I heir bosiaeaa.
t h.r farilitlra for hantflBi anil lnM '"t'on
are eqnal lo aoy in i Ue ctly. Whaeoa baud
ina win rurDifi be losreat marker rsiee.
badralDir. Ko:-. Ties
ireLerall.r. Ortisrs i
strlrtty oheyed. AH
men red, uuisias uibar
arMiL a: hdl
eOQLty, Mi.- a St
'.irsi 'o stare hlslrst.
dera. Ai, M. 9. '
wit i J. H WlLHTstO
d to MS,
ft k (X).
i wta b
A. J. KOli S.
. W. GBES.JJ.
I- wr.B. j. u KAwi.iyi.stv.
J. J. RAWLISGS SCO.,
A'o. -'4 F- i. S true.
IP STA1BA, . - MXSrUki,
asr We wOl salt
signed lo us
COUNTRY PRODCr-a or-
DICKMAJTN, HIIX & CC
COTTON FA C TO H S
ICtt. JS CiVIOKi NTKECT .
XT. I OKLEA.VS, I. A.
A. J. ROACH 4 CO.,
John Uall'.im, Agent for Ueo. M. Lusher, vs.
li. C Andrews.
AFFIDAVIT for Attachment having been
made by John Hallum. ag- nt for tieo. M.
Lusaer, i-lamiirt in this case. In pursuance of
section 34.101 lbs Code of Tennessee, and st-tachn-snt
l.avlng been lssoed and returned by
the proper iiflcer, " vtod,etc ," on tbe prop
tny of the defendsut ;
It Is therefore ordered, that said tietendant
appastr at my odlce iu the city of Memphis.
Tennesaee, ou or before tbe 121b. day ol Octoner
next, aud defend this suit. o. the ..me will be
taken tor confessed aa to himasu the case set fe-r
hearing ex parte ; and tbat s copy ed t his order
be published once a week for four fiisecntlve
weeks lu tbe Mempt.ls A ppeal.
K. It. MILL. SIR. P. P.
Oaley &. Mulligan. Attorneys. seia lawira
Insott ent's Notice.
r A v"ING suggested the Insolvency of
I estate ol A. R. warr, dec-used, uotles Is
hereby given to all iiartles having claims
against said estate to Ills them, duly antbeutl
estedwltb ibe Clerk of the Connty Court of
liaywot-d ce,t.n(y, Tsnceiiaes, un or before lh6
flbi day of March, I'W, o- they wtllba forever
barred. w. r. EYAKd, Admlolstmor.
T. J. A J. H. Freeman. Attorneys.
riiBK steamer JOHN 8. McCCNs:
A win .uave .tieiuptits Lvtiii
THltRSUAY at 5 oclock p.m., ctitpiuericlin?
:pttmber the 5tb. oonnecitrg t Uuvair-
Blurr every Saturday morning with Hailroa.:
i rata "... Little &ock,anlrlng at Lies Are at . .
o'clock m., AngttslA at ltfp.m., lintndtllszr Rsa-
i.ay tiiorniD, .1 setts. mp .riisucnay ai IS cresoci
I ; . , 1 ... 1 Ml. 1 - u ue unu, t... iu. ....... wo. ea
1 a deposit of a moderate amount or I en- able to go through to Jackaonporl and Paro
' neasee elate bonds by forplgn insiirance lustts Blnfnt e; stages . ol 'js'-r.
au 1..VBUV ilAHMal AD, Agauta.
sags pan Maj aou a reasouaDie tax, we i
would have what we need, only ootupa- j
nies of strength aud stability. We
should have oome test of strength ; we
should have some regard for the .
Interests of the home companies char
tared by the etate of Tennesson, and tbe j
policy holders should be protected by ,
some security. Why was the act sf 1SU0 ;
repealed? It was not burdensome. The
Interest In the state bonds was psld semi- ,
called regularly for trial I annually. A tbe law stands upon our j
statute, a ioreign noiupauv ot isis nun
dred thousand dollars capital stock pays ;
as in net. tax as oueof uue milljuu dollars
SMITH a LEECH,
ltet inert and Wholesale Dealers
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
1-J-aV Sen nd aStresQl.
MEMPHU, : : i : THE8SEE.
HAVING erected a ;am aod eatenaive Rec
iLfjt&K eataollaument, wa are prepared to
furnish to the trade aud rountrv Merchants sr
ery reduced prtcea. lquom uf ail giaues ad
qua itr. t nil and ea amine
(u Igts for .vourntlr
stock, a do
OO, 411 and 4 IS taholby SL,
were not only courteous in their iuier
courae witb their lellow workmen oa all
' oocasfons, but Cosmopolitan In their
views. Aud that tbe interest of one was
tbe interest of all employer aa well as
employed. A (.light mteuuderetsnding
j occurred pending explanations he-
tween oue or two parties, but
it was purely a persons, giatter
! of so insignificant a nature Uiat
! the police did not even take cognisant,
j of te azfajr. The printers of this city in
this, as in every affair in which tbeir
pri.feaeioii iias Been Wrought before tbe
public, deported tUtsUe&alreg in their
ur-ual role that of Intelligent gattituMnen,
justice tieiuaiius mat tticj suouiu pay j mmm wa. f 0m. r ess s
taxes In proportion to the amount of cap- w yy rj 7
itai stock, or to the amount of business 1
transacted. The state taxes the com-
1 ! 1.0 , l... lwil.l.lllH ,,f
iiailies toai. - its .'j ..." .i,.'...uit ... ,
tM j&tdrralist, showing the limit of the Tennessee really more than she
powers of the president and tbe danger does tbe agencies of foreign com
of placing too much powe,- In his bands, j panics. For Instance, there are
He cited Story on tbe constitution la re- several Iflturso'-o gorAuanlen in this
caril to a foreign war. He denied that city that pay to tbe state a tax of one
a treaty of iieac could be made between
narties :. 1 civil war it could only tie
made as between sovereigns. Judge
Trigg remarked that Mr. Lincoln was
half of one per cent, on Die amount of;
tbeir capital stock. Hhould that amount
to one million dollars, their taxes ;
would be five thousaud dollars. ;
RICE & ENGEL,
224 MAIN STREET,
jhe aacwvuwi thiur
Sheriff 's Sale.
f TNDEK and by Yiriueof an execution to ma
J directed rrom the Law C-ourt of Memphis,
to a Csae whejieln the M. and A. of Memphis
are plalL tifTk and A. M. Kergraflon is defendant,
i wili on HATUKDAi". the -th day of (ictober.
i--';. between tbe hours of I j o'clock a.m. and
t o'clock p.m , In front of tbe ''onrtbouse door
tn tbe city of Memphis, offer and sell to tbe
highest bidder, lor cah, the following deMiribed
reaj psLa.e, .u, A tiou-e and lot isltaate In city
ot Mt m, Ul. etc , rrciiting feet on the south
aide of Heal street and moult g back between
fiaail6J li.es, and oo a line parallel with De
QtOBiree'.. 135 feet to an alley crossing lSoto
ni i-ct ; said lot begins at a point 192 feet west of
pswHoto street, and tbe bouse on the same Is
numbered 113. Laviad on aa tbe property of
etid A. M. Kerguaon to satisfy the acoTe men
jlwned eiecuUon in favor of aali M. and A. of
Merophls. P. M WlNTKKstS, Sherirj, ate.
By J. H. HWAif, li. a.
a)gstnbejr , iaa7. 10 law4w
Attach, tirnt Suit
Law Court of Meraphia.
CLXBE'a orriCB,KepL ll, 1S87.
Am Aldrlch A Co., Plaintiffa, vs. tiatnn
a FTIBAV1T for attachment haTlng been
, V made In this case In pursuance of section
5i w, oi the .'ode ul Ttnutmst, and attachiuen'
W. RftOOKE. J. I . AkXI.V.
a, H. OBvJviLfl.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO., j
WHOLESALE CROCE 8
TBI i ABH ADVA.NI. i.,a.re on r..
I ror -orsignea to the above sense by W. t.
j Hill. Strange Alio., Msnpah smA :
i s. MAcain tits.
. a ssl
AND DEALERS) IN
BOAT AND BAR 9 TORES,
No. 380 Front Street,
'Between UDort snd MasUSon.)
F. W. IKVINE & CO.,
AND N Kl : L
27S Front StreeL l p-8Ulr.
IN entering upon another commercial year,
with ibe experience of the peat, fraught
"I'h the many icisettudee incident to a
cbauged systeni of agriculture, and for which
I moat of our planters were little prepared, re-
kuiung in ;.ca.y loss io pianicr ana merrcajji,
as ao exneritaTent trtd, we stall adopt a mid
cash system in onr hnstnearv taking no risk,
snd making oar sale, prompt upon receipt of
conaiguments, remitting proceeds with aa little
delay an possible; bat in all cnaee obeying 1. -xtrcctleua
of shipper, ahd usmj oar ue-t en
deaTors to promote the Interest of our patrons.
Oar arrangements for lurnrh'tig uppii-s
Bsagglng, Rope. Uunnies, Groceries and PtotI
sioris are such, that we promise to furnish
them at oar lowest tuaket price, and make it
as much, or more, to oar intereat to order
IbroUgXb us, tban to pus-erase in pjron.
Hoping to reoele your patronage and lnfla-
euce, we are, reapeeuuiiy.
380 Front Ktrroi
Retwcen Uelon pnd lonroa.
OUR perarvnaielto.ioo will -e giver ro the
HAL.B. t fVTTO.V. UttssaJ adTancea
r srupriwoLs to our
in 2Sew V
Onr stoca i
aafr All Cotton shlppccJ to n
store will be core ret! by onr op
so ranee, unleasoth twck .
s. ai. webb a co..
Lee Block, Catoa SL,trp-tairs)
Rsl. rraat aad Main a-. -tcan-:. s.ro.
s7 -law ei astt
J. U VERSER,
i rr-r ai
river or tn
i-ol totes of ln-
a. at r wo. ,n.
bat. or t;::iott
r. A s ns rtsa-,
.am ol Herbert
IRVINE A (X.
ATT WOOD lDERMOlf,
And sealers In Htv, Corn, Oala, rtrsn. Floar,
Bacon. La-d, Whisky, etc.
VERSER 4 HATCH RTF.
CsttOB Factors aui CsAioi MercHaii tsi
320 Front Street,
MEMPHIS. ; ' TENNESSEE.
B AOOINO. Rope and Ttes furnished to cow
toaien at lowest market prices,
SAM VEX. MOSSY.
casaiss H. noaioa, js
Ofllce No. '.i iloshy A Hant s Bcilillnc.
so. m Froat St.. SeBtpklt, Tent.
CONBIGNMENTS at Cotton for sale . rate-potent.
Kscelvlnx and Forwartlins Mcr
cnaniltse sotteltsO. Orders acoomt aofing con-
ignmenta carefnlly and prom;.:!, xacntsl.
Bagrlng, Hope and -toppltts tnrn'sl-.ed st low
est rsarket rates. Cotton In store and by river
: r.sured.iiiileaaoteer-.lse ontareo. aoso SSsweai
PLANTATION AND NKW 8TKAM j ConsignnAeiirs Solicited,
siiir mii i vntt ati.e
.3 1 I . It. I. Al 1 VII kj -1 U X I
RARE CHANCE FOR A PAYING ;k.
AA irstiiicuL . u. 1'iMiww". w w w. sa
town or " Lake HlurJ'," on while rtvet. A;x . 1
mllaa above th. MeraDhi-t an:'. i.t KocS rail.
road crossing, contain lslwn four and Ave
hundred ar-s mbottt one hundred eleaj-ed
. IS feet aboae tbs lass overflow i, the remainder
hsarllT timbered, toaather with the wnola or
half Interest In a NKW STFAM RAW MILU
i forty horse power,) Engine, Blacksmith's st a
IWrpenter's Tools, Wagons and ail necessary
ipnUICUlim. .w. . ...nn., .u. saiUC. J C.r. '
.To. i Pre aseaadCSt reel, foot f Jefertoa,
oss-lm MEMPHIS, TENN.
Mansion with nine rooms, s Cist-
- -"r..; n.' - a thsrwst laawtngs
.io tus riser, i b aBa. wto e. i. a-
having neeii Issued aed returned bj th nroaar ores and e' aatv tSXwAa. Por rnrther rarSss.
aaaaac levied, etc." on Uis propenv at Bt lars Mgaa Mra.Jf.llH
aei-naauts, iuuiu ..ubow
" ' C7ii..te ordsred, That said rteSesdauls
Slipear at tha Court house, la tuu city Of Mem
phis, Tenn , on or beiore the tScaIbU Monday io
Mciobai nasi, and defend tnls salt, or the tame
will be taken for con faasad as lo them, and IAS
aaae set tor hearing "ex parts i" and tnt a
copy of Ihls etdsr be published once a week for
lour constcntlva week, lo the Dally Appaal.
A copy : JOHN DONOVAN. Clerk.
Jso W. Okabam. 1) C. ssli 1 11.
Appaal (t(S .a.
Tohn Brint vs. Tim Rannon.
BEFOKF. me, Wm. 8. Walton, a J. F. in aod .
for Bhelby ooonty. Tbe plaintiff In ihs
above enlltled cauae having made oath aooord-
tag to das form, that the defandant Is indebud
to him, Ac, and an attachment having been
leaned and returned lsvled.se; the defendant in
aa II aa nn I o , aiga Stall HIM: BSD D rt 1 nsrerjy notinci tr.atuaiea, ne aspear .no oa
nBMrHlS AUD TILllOSl.C K, R. : fend on the llth day of tot st 10
a ui,, Jjtvevver-vi aaxj - aasww sta ysat ta,
mill g Swrdaa A ea..
was seals aissssa.
aae rrwa ass ia.
HI a "rwrs"
atixious to make a treaty of
wit.i the Ineurirenls. Judge Lewis
unutiniu'ti . TL rawer to det lsrr
war and peace was in congress, and pa
peace j It Is true, However, mey may ; or oiapie ana
have some small privileges by t xioois, ttnoee,
their charters lhat foreigu compaDy Clothing and
nave not. inese are nueslinns for the
Fancy Diy Goods,
ruled prisoners are under tti uiijitary consideration of our legislators, and It is
of broad and Intellectual acquirements
j and generous impulses,
(airveiiance of the government as well id
I-ntiessee as in the military districts.
Vsttel esvs That -otgrentlons made at the
eloee of the war are In their nature re-
riopeu mey win give u. tucm t list alien- Ws also pay special attan lion to tbs sals of
tittu wines ui,) urwerse. jiaris oi ( ootton, and wtu oil orders fer nsntatlon Bnp-
si V , ' I lAioootwiu. io tuw I puss for all who may fAVwr
M IW1H. i i" , ! III..ISSWU IU .11. IO, ' ' I 1 fl ,
I us with tbelr pa-
8 POCK HO LDBBS MHSTIITG.
BscazTAKV asp TssAsrsges Ovrica.)
MBMPKiS, 9th Heptcmher, 1SS7. f
The regulsr annual meeting of tha Htocks
holdersof tbe MemphUand Tennsasssaatsliroad
Company will be heid at tbeOayoso House, is
the city of Memphis, on WEUNUSDAY. stb
btonkholders will be paaasd free on presants
(ion of thslr cssMrlcstMi of stock lo lbs Oon
ducsora O R. LiAJtB, iajBsasary.
and judgment rendered against him for claim
This not oe to be published tn the Appce.:
once a week for tonr consecutive weeks
sslTswlw WM. 8. WALTON '.P.
J. BBOWN, widow
exo. a rtoLKxe.
tmurt of Shelbv count, and
ass, al i w October uia, for dower out of ins cweslaaajsna i
estSAaof saM rttesaaad. Xhlaftast, . 10ST. mass a tl
st la.ew ,stO. LOiStm. rtera. sswaiptAr aad at
Brown, deceased, will anu.y to tasCoantr
laemrh.. .ateot Msdiaoc co.
HOLMES & WHARTON.
86 Madison Street,
stats or Tvns
sags solicited a
rlESHUI, WILLIAMS t BI S: ELL,
Oom mission Merchants,
!s, SS8. Front St res.-1.
M. r. KswsasT,)
H. U. Williams,.
i. V. Bossaxi- )
I. rj Maacaa. Joss N. Wasus.
Shelby loanty. Late Rica. Ware A fcUAwi.
F. H. TALtav. Lass Agent M. A C. R. H.
MERCER, WARE a TALLEY,
Produce & Cfemsavserion II ere Hants,
14 staia asrsw,
ror. of Washington, MEMPHIS, TOStf.
MR. L. V.
tj COUI.TKB U sUli witb ne.
T. V. BSADT,
Marshall Conaty, Miss.
B. F. Jacssob.
BRADY & JACKSON,
so. J8,Csr. latea aad Ireot Sts.,
(Vp-ataus). MKMPHLS, TI w,
WILL, give sped. I aAAwnttoa te tbe i of
Cotton aad other Produce ccnalsaed to
B, aad to Reeerrtag and .Forward-,
i-oola to all notnis. Also, to Uts Purchase ua
T,rlaudWand rStntatloa tuppl
BwIsS 3B 'JleTWaaaiS AAA sja VJSWW a
tnssar 0a fvri-;.', tjtlimsv