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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JULY 9, L873
IT ESDI T M0SM5U, : JULY 9, 1872.
FOB SHELBY COI'STY.
For Mi. rlll.
W. J. P. DOYM:.
lUm, I'.H ILHKK.
For t ortnly I rnsi .
A. WOOUH ARB.
i.r.-v has an cany task In this behalf, , to be s en. Ine st-crt-Uiysbip or htate
nearly all instances- only the may be assigned to William E. Ward,
itrongext men are evoked from I the State Superintendent of Irmtruetiou
may be T. B. Earle, of Washington)
County: Tnasurcr, John D. Owens, of
Madison; Associate Justice Huprrroe
Court, William Byein, of Independence
County; Congressmau-at-Ijirge, A. H
(iarland or Colonel Robert C. Newton,
For Slate and Onniy Tax-Collecter,
a.kurgi: K. roiXL.
For Taa-Collcrlor on Privileges,
J.HARVEY M I II I S.
THE ioM.KIASl. FKWM rtM
SEE- WHAT W EM I 1 VI SM I HIM
The Brownsville Stall, eoncurrini:
with the Bee, the Trenton Gazetti , atrt
with other papers of West Tennessee, In
sist that the Congressman at large fin
Tennessee shall be chosen from the -
tern district. There is sound serine and wis
imtcUceJ selfishness in this demand. 1 1
is not made simply because West Ten
nessee would gratify the vanity of out
of our own prominent citizens. On th
contrary, Memphis, as the coniinerviitl
capital of West Tennessee, needs tut
practical services at Washington of ai,
able lawgiver, and Western Teunesse'
is quite as deeply interested in the com
mercial aggrandizement of MemplnV
as Mielby oounty. The city cannot
be enriched without enriching the
adjacent country. For this reatoi
the people everywhere west of the Ten
ucsf river contemplate wiLh horro:
and dismay the poatiiie supremacy u:
savagery in Shelby county, to be inau
gurated by the election of Curry fo the
Shrievalty. Memphis needs a Congre
man to supply two vacancies in the
Seiuvte of the United (States. If we had
a sjenator, Mr. Vaughau's approj riatioi.
bills, involving the fortunes of this eit
through all time, would not have faifal'
shamefully failed, in the Senate. Five
hundred mechanics would lie employed
here on a massive customhouse buiklitj,
if the Western district had a repre
sentative uu the floor of the Senate.
East Tennessee monopolizes Brown -
low and the Presidency of the
state Senate and State Treasurer.
The Middle district boasto of the United
Slates Senator Cooper, an impersona
tion of the hatred borne by two men to
Andrew Johnson, and to this extent a
worthy representative of the digi.it..- of
statehood on the floor of the United
States Senate. He it was who left his
place ill the Senate chamber without
pairing off. and thus enabled Colfax, by
his casting vote, to the extent that the
Senate could accomplish this end, to
fasten Sumner's Civil Rights Bill as an
artaenaum to tbe Amnesty Act, npoi:
the code of Federal laws. We need
Congressman at large as a substitute for
two supposed nominal Senators. The
vadium In the Upper, may 1 filled by
the injection of genius and force into the
Lower House of Congress. Tennessee
proposes in these days, in which practi
cal wisdom governs the world, to ha v.
wise representatives at Washington.,
Our direst enemies are they who would
have us send to Congress tbe most in
capable dolu ni'-u whose very habits
of thinking and of life and history
would render practical service at their
hands impossible. These are they whom
sharp, shrewd, money-loving, progres
sive .Northern people would have the
South send to Washington. Western
Tennessee is surely wiser than to gratify,
by stupid adhesion to prejudice in se
lecting representatives, or by weak con
cessions to the selfishness of other dis
tricts of the State, those who have cer
tainly shown that they will take all that
our weakness or unselfishness concedes.
The Western district, if the voice of the
press signify anything, demands, in the
confessed absence of a Senator, the con
cession to this district of the choice of a
Congressman, and, since in this we give
utterance to views of our contemporaries
of the interior, the APPEAL would fol
low them even further, aud approve
their suggestion that Colonel B. J. Lea,
of Brownsville, be made the Representa
tive of the Mate at Large.
retirement by their friends, to fill posi
tions in public life. It would
surely be a very stupid or mali
cious body of gentlemen who
would win a candidate from private
pursuits simply that his character
and intelligence might be scanned,
ridiculed, contemned anil disgraced
The names of very many of the best
people of the city and oounty are ap
pended to a paper published in another
place, in which John Overtoil is asked
to liecome a candidate for the Legisla
ture. The siguers of the request mean
lust what they say. Most of them have
known John Overton from his boyhood
There is not one who does not concede
to him the virtue of modesty, unwaver
ing devotion to truth, perfect integ
rity and excellent practical common
sense. He is devoid of all vanity,
neither alfecting foppishness nor coarse
ness of apparel. He pursues, day by
day, the even tenor of his way, and won
even in his youth the fame, that was
ascribed to his father and grandfather,
and to his grand-uncle, Hugh L. White,
of incorruptible honesty. His excel
lent good sense is illustrated in the sim
phcity of his character, and he owes
nothing of hi worth to extrinsic aids
f tbTtone. Very certainly soeh a man,
having so many inducements to idle
ness and worthlessness, deserves most
honor for his invaluable example and
tor the wisdom of his every day con
Joct His popularity is confessed, and
his keen interest in every measure of
legislation that may be considered at
Nashville, affecting the fortunes of this
ounty, and, atmve all. his excellent,
-ouud judgment will make him an
luinently projer representative of this
;.sjpie w the Legislature at Nashville.
-Montgomery Blair, A. Leo
COLONEL JOHN S. KERR.
The Dversburg tiazette. says that "our
talented and accomplished friend, Colo
nel John S. Kerr, is a candidate for the
State Henate in the Memphis district.
We hope he will be elected, for he is just
the man who would be of great service
to the entire State. Colonel Kerr is an
able lawyer, a splendid debater and gen
tleman of great culture. Capable, hou
est, and fearless in the discharge of his
duty a man of rare good judgment the
Memphis district will honor itself by
sending Colonel John S. Kerr to the
A very sane correspondent writes:
"Please correct and insert." We have
no body employed for the purpose of
making corrections, and a letter so care
lessly written that it cannot be rend,
however valuable its contents, is lost to
the world. Moreover, the effusion covers
too much space. Two pages of foolscap
contains, ordinarily, every fact that de
To-morrow at Cuba, in the Big
Creek district, Colonel Looney, Colonel
John S. Kerr, Jack Doyle, Hugh Greer,
J. M. Cruse, A. B. Haynes and others
will address the people. A larbecue is
given the candidates now aspiring to
public positions by their friends.
In August the vacancy occasioned by
the resignation of Judge Nelson is to be
illed by the people. Hon. Robert
Mcr arlaml is the i..' umbent. by appoint-
nen; of Governor Brown. He is a na
ive Teuuesseaniiorn hi the county of
leflerson. about the year 1832. Before
the war he had risen to eminence. In
lustry, fidelity, unusual clearness and
strength of understanding characterized
nim as a lawver. For simplicity of
n:anner and uity of life he was especi
illy remarkable. In the war he took
sides with the South and faithfully serv
d as Major in Colonel Win. Bradford's
Tennessee regiment until the close of
the war. He then resumed the practice
f law. Steadily since then he has
gained ground, aud risen step by step,
lighting his way up as a lawyer until
now he is unquestionably in the front
rank of his profession. Since his elec
tion to the Bench he has made his mark.
In our issue of Sunday his brethren
of the bar of West Tennessee, in
a letter so numerously signed
as to indicate the sentiments of the bar
it this end of the State, paid a compli
ment to Judge McFarland, which there
is no mistaking. It may be set down as
the verdict of the profession. Whether
elected or not, this trilnrte to Judge Mc-
Farland's learning, ability, industry ami
fitness for the bench may be allowed to
fairly settle the question that if elected
the vacancy will be ably filled. The bar
of West Tennessee has passed upon the
peculiar fitness of Judge McFarland for
the position, and they have much
i etter opportunities of determining this
juestion, and their verdict should have
great weight with the people. It is our
habit to call attention to notices of can
didates at the time they appear, and the
crowded state of our columns must le
our excuse for not doing so in this in
stance. We ware struck with the
good taste and delicacy which marked
the letter of the committee. It did not
licfette. It does not disparage others.
It simply bears witness to Judge Mc
Farland's eminent fitness fur the high
judicial position to be filled it is a
simple attestation of his fitness coming
from those best qualified to speak. We
anuot do less than say it is of the
Colonel McCombs has agreed to iron
and equip the Brookhaven and Natchez
road, and for the very same reason
even stronger in this case should iron
and equip the Oxford and Memphis
Branch road, if the people will grade
and cross-tie tbe line.
Henry Wilson is claimed by Grant's
supporters as a self-made man, to which
a cuutempoiary responds: "That is not
true. The Legislature of Massachusetts
made Henry Wilson by changing Jere
miah Colbath's name."
THE NATIONAL CONVENTION.
Complete List of the Delegates Chosen to
the .National Democratic Conven
tion at Baltimore, July !'.
HOW THEY TALK OF IS.
It is hardly becoming, if modesty
were "a virtue that most adorns an edi
tor," to copy all Che kind things said ol
the Appeal, Iwt when an old expe
rienced corps of newspaper conductors,
like those that manage the Columbia
Herald, pronounce a verdict in our be
half, it has an alisolute pecuuiary value,
and the reproduction of the flattery be
comes pardonable. For the use of al
most precisely the same terms of lauda
tion we are alike grateful to another ex
cellent, wisely conducted journal, the
Murfreeshoro Monitor. The Herald
says of the Appeal
Tins staunch and time-honored jour
nal deaervodly occupies the frout 'rank
of the press 01 me outn. it is con
ducted with consummate ability, and is
in all respects, a first-class newspaper,
fully up with the progress of the times
and" jibe advance in journalism. One
number of this mammoth daily co i
tains more labor and gives greater evi
dences of work, tlian a-half dozen is
sues of the dally papers who imirp the
field of journalism at the capitol of our
State. In addition, the reader can de
rive more information and of a reliable
character, from the Appeal than from
any daily published at Nashville, lu
politics it is sound, national, and emi
nently conservative. The editorial
department is under the control of
Colonel M. C. Gallaway, the Stouewall
of the Southern press; Colonel L. J.
DuPre, one of the ablest aud most
spirited and versatile writers connected ,
with the American press, and Colonel
J. M. Keating, an able and experience-!
journalist. With all, it is a reliable
commercial paper, and keeps the farmer
fully ad vised as to the market price of
But our real purpose in reproducing
this assertion of the Appeal's value was
to direct the attention of Democratic and
Oreeley clubs, now organizing every
where, to the club rates at which tbe
Appeal is offered to subscribers. Before
the week closes the nominations will
have been made at Baltimore, the cam
paign begins in earnest, and every in
telligent voter within three hundred
miles of Memphis should surely have
the Daily or mammoth Weekly Ai--Peal,
the largest newsaper published
in the South.
We published telegraphic reports of
murders and accidents and fires, on the
morning of the fifth instant, enough to
sicken and disgust mankind, and now
come our exc nan ges ruu ot liornhle re
citals of all the details of these terrible
incidents. Very many jieople in the
doubly and trebly reconstructed (States,
and in cnmmuuilies such as this must
become, when Barbour and Curry and
blacks reign, End when black Justices sit
upon the bench very many jieople are
much inclined to believe that the great
est calamity that ever befel the country
was the event that makes memorable
"the day we celebrate." Separation
from Victoria's for accession to Grant's
empire is not au event calculated to
make people happy, aud, therefore iH?r-
haps,rwpular American blood-thirstiness
on the Fourth. Whatever the cause, it
is palpable that men's passions were
quite as explosive as fire-crackers, and
that our fellow-citizens absorbs! more
whisky than patriotism on the natal day
of American Independence.
At Large Eli S. Shorter, Levi W.
Walker, J. B. Clarke, P ie'r M. Dox, F.
W. Sykes, Thomas A.Walker, Jonas M.
Withers, Levi W. Lawler.
District 1. C L. Scott, J. W. Posey;
'1, A, C. Gordon, Albert Stras6burger;
3, Daniel Crawford, C. J . Bryant ; 4, L.
M. Stone, Allen C. Jones; 5, D. S. Ca
biniss, Thomas B. Cooper; ti, Alberto
Martin, H. C. Jones.
At Large J. F. Fagau, T. B. Hanley,
J. R. Pettigrew, G. Wilcox, J. C. Mc
Cabe. V. B. Izard, G. Mever, S. K.
Cockrell, B. F. Danlev, S. W. Williams.
J. T. W. Tiller, J. T. Bearden, J. T.
Scott, T. C. Flournov, T. Fletcher (Lin-
! .. ... U 1 .... A f ..11 IS I,
' ''ill IAJUUU -'I. I A .. '11, 11. J
atson. V . H. Govan, R. C Newton,
W. M. Flshback B. Collins, J. M. Sum
mers, jr., David alter, L. U. iSreeden,
B. D.Williams, Ellas Rector, J. J. Clen-
dtnin, Jessie Turner, H. b. Thomasson.
These delegates will select twelve of
their number to cast the vote of the
State in the convention.
Large J. G. Downey, Eugene
-1, C. T
4, Frank Mo
It is veiy little that each person, who
would have some paragraph or adver
tisement appear in the Appeal, pays for
the service done himself or the public,
aud it is the sum total of these little
contributions that enables the Appeal
to pay twenty-five hundred dollar per
week for the luxury of living. It is
therefore very strange that sensible peo
ple often insist that communications
shall appear simply on the ground that
the subject matter concerns the public.
It is the pay that primarily coucerns the
public. Without it the newspaper's
publication would be suspended, and
therefore, he who is in earn
est about Uie public interest should
demonstrate the fact by paying for the
appearance of that which the public
hould know. Each uiemlier of the
community is as much bound to gratify
and serve the public as each newspajier
owner and conductor. The newspajier
is the property of individuals, and not
of the public, it is private property,
aud not a machine to be used by auy
theorist or monomaniac or iconoclast
Pay as you go.
At Large Alfred E. Burr. Charles
Counties W. B. Franklin, John S.
Dobson, James Gallagher, C. C. Hub
Siucastlt Thomas F. Bayard, B. T.
Kent Gove Saulisbury, James Wil
liams. Sussex E. L Martin, John H. Iiayn
At Large 3. L. Niblack, W. D.
Barnes, Thomas Randall, C. H. Smith,
C. W. Jones, Wilkinson Call, J. A.
Anderson, W. L Curry.
At Large H. L. Benning, A. R.
Wright, Thomas Hardeman, Julian
Hartridge, A. H. Colquitt, John B. Gor
don, C. T. Goode, L W. Avery.
District 1, George R. Black, W. B.
Mitchell: '2, Willis A. Hawkins, C. C.
Kibbee; 3. W. Y. Hudson, R. D. Spald
ing: 4, J. M. Gray, L T. Doval; 5, E.
H. Pottle, E. M. Rucker;6, J. H. Orms
by, J. E. Red wine; 7, David Irwiu, M.
At Large W. F. Coolbaugh, J. J.
Phillips, Aaron K. Shaw, A. M. Craig.
Dutrtrts I, M. V. full r, St. t lair
Sutherland; U, W. B. Suowhook, M. F.
Tuley; 3, Henry S. Helm, Obadiah
Jackson. 4, Richard bishop, R. Hop
kins; o, W. H. Mitchell. A. R. McCov:
ft John Dicksou, James F. Reckless; 7,
S. W.Brown, & Ott; S, N. C. Ferrell,
Henry C. Dent; 9, S. P. Shoie, W. W.
Obrier; 10, J. R. Neilt, J. B. Patterson;
11, H. C. Wethers, Bernard Reutzer; 1-,
J. A. McCleniand, J. W. McNelly: 13,
A. H. Miller, S. 8. Parks: 14, J. B.
.-smith, John Pierson; 15, W. M. Gar
rard H. B. Decius; 16, C. D. Hoiles, J.
J. McCauley; lT.MUton McClure. S. A.
Buckmaster; 18. J. H. Oberly, J. F.
Bouton; 19, Charles Carrol, R. W.
At Large Martin M. Ray, James D.
Williams, Robart Lowry, Bayleas W.
Hauua, D. D. Dykeman, G. W. Me-
Conuell, Levi Sparks, Horace Carlin.
Distrtats 1, A. T. Wittleesey, Mike
Murphy; 2, August Bradley, Clement!
Ioane; 3. H. . Harrington. R. D
Mater, jr. ; 4, Alon.o Blair
At L i
D(tris -, Jesse K. Hines: 2, Jaines
B. Boyle; .'(, John F. Hunter; 4, Rabat!
1. Banks; ;, J.li J. Heukle; n, John w.
At Ijlutiji Charges G. Green, George
Districts , George Delano, Nicholas
Hathaway; 2, Charles Albro, Henry Ho
bart; 3, George B. Nichols, Michael Do
herty; 4, Ieopold Morse, Oliver Ste
vens; 5, Charles P. Thompson, C. O.
Morse; 6, 11. M. Shilling. K. A. Ingalls;
7, E. W. Colcord, Joseph R. Hayes; S,
D. D. Broalhead, D. A. Buckley; 9, W.
A. Williams, Jeremiah Gatchell; 10, H.
C. Hill, R. C. Crafts.
At Ixirgt William A. Moore, E. H.
Kxfricts1, Thomas D. Hawley; 2.
George H. Bruce; 3. J. N. Crane; 4. R.
8, Hastings; 5, O. S. Butler; 6, H. M,
Look-7.O. J. Atkinson; 8,D. C. Moore;
9, A. D. Sanford.
Di'trU-tsl, C. H. Berry, J. C. .Wis.
M. J. Toher; 2, George E. Skinner, W.
W. Phelps, Henry Weybe, 3, William
Lochren, William Lee, J. J. Eagan,
At xirgeJohn W. C. Watson, E.
Barksdale, J. H. Sharpe, A. G. Horn.
Alternate. S. Calhoon, W. S.
Featherston.H. M. Street, George Wood.
lHstrittts1, C. B. MitchelL J. M. Al
len; 2, H. H. Chalmers, H. D. Money;
3, E. O. Sykes, J. B.Dunn; 4, B. J.
Summed, W. D. Gibbs; 5, A. J. Frantz,
U. M. Young: 0, Kodenc Seal, M. V. B.
.Alternates , A. J. Black, S. Herd; 2,
A. S. Pass, Kinlock Falconer; 3, J. E.
Lee, A. Binford, gcuior; 4, A. G. Horn,
1). M. Womack; 5, Melaucthon Smith,
Frank Johnson; 6, B. B. Paddock, T. S.
At IstrneGeoTKe C. Vest, Willliam
Hyde, D. H. Armstrong, William H.
Phelps, C. J. Nesbitt, A. W. Lamb.
halkri'rri'-' 1 John D. Finney; 2, John
roT Priest; 3, WT. L. Hite; 4, W. H. Mc
Cown; 5, J. L. Smith; 'i, George C.
Bingham; 7, D. J. Heaston; 8, J. S.
Thompson ; 9, W. F. Switzler.
At Large George L. Miller, John
Black, James ('. Crawford, W. A. Cole
man, E. W. Thomas, W. H. Piatt,
At Large W. B. Thonihtirgh, Thos.
H. Williams. S. B. Wvi.ian. George G.
Berry, C. W. Lightner, G. R. Alex
ander. NEW HAMPSHIRE.
At Large Harrv Bingham, Joseph
A. Dodge, George L. Dame, Charles o.
Chandler, Ira A. Eastman.
At Leirge Theo. F. Randolph, John
Dixtrirts,A. H. Slope; 2, John Rus
sell; 3, A. K. Cogswell: 4, Caleb H. Val
entine; 6, A. A. Hardenburgh; ti, W. N.
Trusdell; 7, W. B. Rankin.
At Large John T. Hoffman, Delos
De Wolf, Henry C. Murphy, Jarvis
Districts -1, Rolvrt Christie: 2,
Thomas Kiusella; ,'i. William A. Fow
ler; 4, Calvin E. Pratt; 5, John Fox;
6, John Kelly; 7, Thomas J. Creamer;
8, 8. S. Cox; 9, Oliver Charlick; 10,
William C. Conuor; 11, Clarkson N.
Potter; 12, Charles F. Brown: 18, Rob
ert E. Andrews; 14, Joseph H. Turtle;
15, William Cassidy; 16, George Nor
throp; 17, John Keenan; 18, Charles
Anthony; 19, George W. Chapman: 2",
William W. Gordon: 21, Allen G.
Beach; 22, Calvert Comstock; S3, Wil
lardJohnsoh: 24, Wftxhua C. Ruger;
2-5, Elmore P. Ross; 2M, Lester B. Faulk
ner: 27, George J. Magee; 28, George
B. Bradley; 2:, John W. Graves; 30,
Henry Richmond; 31, George W. Coth
ran ; 32, Charles H. Iee.
At Ijarge J. A. Englehard, Henry
G. Williams, A. M. Scales, John Man
District 1, H. A. Gillamj 2, C. J.
Gee; 3, E. D. Hall; 4, D. M. Barrluger;
5, J. M. Worth; 6, Zebulon B. Vance; 7,
R. F. Armtleld; 8, Thomas L. Cling
At Largi John A. McMahou, Henrv
B. Payne, Chilton A. White, M. A.
Districts 1, Alfred Garther, Thomas
J. Q uinu; 2, A. B. Champion, Thomas
S. Baker; 3, Job E. Owens, Henry Tan
ner. David A. Hank, W. J. Alexan
der; 5, A. D. Rice, G. W. Andrews; 0,
F. J. Dsld. James G. Halev: 7. J. M.
Trimble, J. A. Shinu; 8, J. Frauk Mc
Kinuey, John Blose; 9, A. S. Ramsey,
Joseph Watson; 10, William Mungeii.
F. Weluier; 11, Oscar F. Moore, John
L. Vance; 12, Newton Schech, John G.
Thorn pson; 13, W. H. Ball, G. B.
Smythe; 14, Daniel S. Chi, Thomas
Coughlin; la, Wiley H. Oldham, Henrv
R. West; Hi, J. H. Heaton, George W.
MeCook; 17, John Clark, John G. War
is, H. F. Hahn, John Zimmerman; 19,
W. A. Baker, J. H. Angler; 20, J. N
Coffinberry, F. Green.
At Large A. Bush, J. T. Glenn, Al.
Al Leirge William A. Wallace, Sam
uel J. Raudall, L. A. Mackey, Chas. W.
Carrigau, S, B. Wilson.
Distrvt, William McMulleu; 2,
William M. Reillev; 3. L. J. Laduer; 4,
Isaac lyeech; K Lewis t. tassidy; b,
Ephriam J. Acker: 7, Robert E. Moua
han; 8, J. Lawrence Getz; 9, Henry
Caipenter, 10, Win. M. Randall; 11,
Isaac I a: 12. I . I.. I.anilierton ; l:
K. Piolett; 14, Jacob Leiseuring: M)
John Creswell: lti, Augustus Duncan;
17, James Burns; IS, Edward Perks; 1!),
d. v . nutenmson; 2U, r. j. fierce; 21.
Win. H. Play ford: 22, James P. Barr:
Si. David Campbell; 24, J. A. J. Bu-
At Txjrtje Amasa Sprague, William
B Beach, Nathan H. Gould, Thomas A.
.ilf Large William Asken, James F.
Izlar, William D. Porter, Simeon Fair.
JHstrietsl, John B. Moore, F. F.
Warley; 2, M. P. O'Connor, Thomas Y.
Mmmons; s, James S. Cothrau, James
P. Adams; 4, E. C. McClure. T. W.
B LOWENSTEIN & BEOS
To La mm who Intend vIMtlng the springs or the sea-side 'luring the summer months
amp ior neauu, pieanure or relaxation, we c. .mmfnd the following Hit confident t hot ihy
can effect navlng of at leant nrty per cenl. by purchasing of uh, rather than tiayinss tie ex
horbltant prices exacted for gooaa at those plar'.s.
Ladies' Linen Seaside Suits,
Ladies' Linen Walking Suits,
Ladies' Bishop and Victoria Lawn Suits,
Ladies' Pique Suits,
Ladies' Linen Traveling Dusters,
Misses' and Children's Suits,
A Complete Line, suitable for all ages.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
SATIN STRIPED BAREGE & GRENADINE
Which w e are now offering at extraordinarily low prices
ton Factors, ut our old atand 342 Kront trt
Mr. Hohert H. spiiirnan, late of Uodwln 4
sspUlman, Lee Block.
Late of Kmrers A Toxer.
-. F. DANDKIT'.K,
Late ot Dundrldae, MltchU Co.
ft. b. mpiiXman,
Late of Oouwla aillxaan.
Rogers, Daiidricke & Co.,
AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALEKH,
333 Front sr Memphis, 1 i nn
Wi Orrait vok Salk
FLOUR, BACON, LARD.
l ;R TRF.0 HAMS
SHOl I.IJKRS, XAf kKREL,
WHITE FISH, .HOLASSE.S,
WTXES AM) LIOl'ORS.
And a Complete Asnortment afCaseiiood!.
Tlie attention of city and eoantrj' merrhanth
BOARD ITKA SPRINGS Board, TO per
month. J if. 1) MILLER.
LONG BRANCH, SETT TORE.
Ladies'. Misses' and C-hildren's Hosiery Cheaper than
OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CORSETS AND CORSET COVERS
Will be found superior to any iu the market.
X iriecu. iina uie public
be reopened on the loth
season. The general exprt
my nameronA visitor la
hope that I shall be patrot
'therefore no expenjea i
niake the Kojouru at my h
possible. Families and ti
raTor me with their visit are requested to nd
order for rooms as soon an poejHible to the
" Arlington House," Foarteenth street, near
Fifth avenue, Nevr York.
aplS L. 8TINE, Proprietor
pifaHed to Inform hln
Ale tbat his hooae wili
th day of June for the
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO,
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
Hon. JEFFERS0 DAVIS. Resident.
M. J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President. J. T. PETTI 'I . Jd Vice-President
WM. M. BROWNE, Stmj. j J. H. EDS0N OSiiN, Gn'l Affent.
EL LETT it PHELAN, Attorn
ASSETS, OVER 31,000,000.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 42 MADISON STREET.
Sorgan County, North Alabama.
Iodise. While and Black Sulphur. hel.
ybeale and Freeatnne Waters
in area! abundance.
THIS celebrated watering place, located in
the .Switzerland of the isouth, and which
has ben Visited by crowds of invalids during
the last Ofty years, bat has been closed for the
last few years. Is no rxopbsko to all such as
desire to improve their health. We have in
our possession many testimonials bearing evi
dence to the cures that have been effected In
rtheomaliam. N. arulgla. Asthma and many
other ailments, which can be seen in our cir
culars, that will be freely circulated, and for
warded to any one making their wishes
known. We will try to render our guests a.
comfortable as possi bie, and our tal'Ie shall be
supplied with the best the country affords, in
abundance and gcxid style. The scenery Is ro
mantic, and tlte location healthy.
We wllltake pleasure In answering all let
ers of inquiry regardlnc :he Springs.
Address, via Decatur.
myl J. K. FAYNTEH .SON.
COMMENCE THEIR SEMI-ANNUAL
ON TUESDAY, JULY 9th.
Remnants of Piques and Marseilles,
Remnants of Calico and Domestic,
Remnants of White Goods,
Remnants of Cassimeres,
Remnants of Dress Goods,
Remnants of Irish Linen
M V 040 HAT OTHt.K
Parasols and Fans
E.ISTIDIl.iE; S S VARIETY.
We would ask for special attention to our
Ladies' Underwear Departm t
Which will be found replete with all the most elesrant and novel
designs in Robes, Chemises, Dressing Sacques, Skirts and Drawers,
of both foreign and domestic manufacture.
As we are selling all of the above goods at a vast reduction on former prices, we can confi
dently recommend them to our patrons as among the greatest bargains of the season.
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS
242 and 244 Main St., comer of Jefferson.
SWEET CHALYBEATE IPRINOS - (For
merly Ited s.weetl, Aileghanv countv.
lrgiuia. These -springs, so long and favora
bly Known for their valuable TONIC and AL
TERATIVE 1'UWEKM, both as a Beverage
and Bath, have been newly and completwy
renlled with convenient and comfortable ac
commodations for 4C0 persona. Route via
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad to AllegLanv
statlon, where elegant carriages belonging to
the Springs will be in readiness for the visitors.
Charges; per day and W) per month.
j. i. v
REMNANTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
i 1 1--' '. Superintendent.
THIS HOTEL HAS BEEN ELEHANTLY REFITTED AND ENTIRELY REFURNISHED,
and is now one of the dnest Summer Resorts in the State. Uood attendance is warranted.
It is Convenient to the Celebrated Springs,
the waters of which are of world-wide reputation.
T. W. m.ASiKB. I'roprleUr.
' For further Information applv to Appeal.
1 Virginia Mountain Retreat.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
MONTGOMERY COUNTY", VA.
'T'HIS delightful summer retreat will be
X opened for t he reception of visitors on
Ittssitaated In the very heart of the AL
LEGHANY MOCNTAINS, only one and a
half miles from the Atlantic, Missiviippi and
Ohio Railroad, and is acceauble be means of a
how-ear railway from BIG TlfNNEL 1E
PuT, a ride of ten mluutea,
It Is within ONE HOUR'S drive of several
other watering-places and small town. Its
several springs sulphur. Chalybeate and
Lim-stone) stand unrivaled for medicinal
An experienced Caterertmd Hrst-class Cook
have been secured, and many improvements
made since last season.
A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY,
a Telegraph, Express and Postofflce, Barber
shop, Bath-house, Billiard-saloon, Bowling
alleys, beautiful Crouuet Grounds, and a
Splendid Bnwa nml String Band.
are added to the natural attractions and con
vert teces of the place.
Excursion tickets from Memphis to Mont
gomery White, via Memphis and Charleston
Railroad from June 1st, tiu 73.
Terms only " per month.
For further particulars, addrens
my 15 eod THOMAS WILSON. Prop'r.
LADIES' IilXEX AXD LAWX SI ITS.
MSSES AJSM CH1L.REX'S SCITS,
LADIKS l.D FiBWEAB,
IX F AXTS Wm DEBWEA R
To elose our ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK we haTe made ANOTHER
REDCCTION EH PRICES.
261 aud 263 JIain Street, eorner of Court.
CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS,
HOTEL accommotlatlons enlarged and im
proved. Now open for visitors.
Tekxs Board, 1" per week to July 1st.
" 15 per week for July and Aug.
" tf per month w M
c hiiuren and servanu., half-price.
With the ability and determination to make I
Crab Orchard springs -t ond to no summer re- I
sort in America, we solicit, especially, the pa
tronage of Southerners with their families.
Location Six hours run from loulsville on
the Knoxville Branch of I and N. R. R.
Correspondence is invited with those en
gaged in educational pursuits, with a view of i
establishing a Female Seminary at these '
General Thos. H. Taylor is in charge of the
office, and will exert himself to assure the
comfort and welfare of our zuefttR.
SHELBY THOREL. Proprietors.
Jul Shelby City, Boyle county , Ky
I Tli V aters are absolute,
tilttmaen of H onif
i-eptioa of vlBitors.
ryn. Tbe locar a
are, tae scenery
ne milati to the
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
CoMf T, West Virginia,
eir ALTER.VTIVE W ATERS
WHOLESALE HARDWARE - IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS
, W. H
Benjamin iShuw, Thos. AV. Woolen ;
1 nomas Dowling, Jas. V. Croekerly;
John B. Ruger, Leander McCIung;
George D. Tate, Win. Steele, sr. ;
W. Taughtienbaugh, rs. Thauhauser;
A. r. MiU-hell, J . B. Lannius;;
t Ham, R. F. Thomas.
JOII 0 KKTUV
It is the province of a newspaper to
hay everything that may be written
kindly and truthfully of gentlemen u--piruig
to public positions. It does good
to have all the good points of men'
characters and history brought promi
nently before the public. If there be
little defects of disposition, taste or in
telligence, it is none of a newspaper's
business to parade the fact before a carp
ing world; on the contrary, the habit of
speaking kindly and generously f oth
er is fostered, and that community in
which individuals esteem one another
Enough men to elect him, 'most of
them mechanical in the several gnat
shops, and Main and Front street mer
chants, have signed and caused to be
published a paper asking Enoch Kusley,
now a member of Uie Baltimore Con
vention, to represent this county in the
State Senate. Tbe ArrSAL's attesta
tion ofhisdisttiiguUliod worth is wholly
need lees. The address presented to the
gentleman, and the lauguage in which
it was couched, assert, in unmistakable
terms, his fitness for the position to
which the people would assign him. He
deserves the testimonial of respect which
was tendered, aud would honor the city
and county at the capital.
At Large Chas. Mason, M. M. Ham,
John F. Dunsconib, John P. Irish.
JHttricts 1, Chas. J. Barker. Ed.
Campbell; Z H. M. Martin, L. V
Stuart; 3, S. H.Kiunie, John H. l'eters;
4, J. I). Thompson, G. E. Wright; 5, N.
B. Holbrook, A. C. Sherwood; ti, J. B.
-Ulu-rton, ts. B. Evans; 7, J. Q. Wil
liamson, J. K. Pitmau; S, B. F. Mont
gomery, . C. Kldenour; tl. John P.
Allison, 0. C. Smeltzer.
At Large B. B. Morris, E. M. Hew
lett, T. P. Fenlon, W. B. Wagstait; John
Martin, G. B. Wood, Isaac Sharpe, T.
W. Water-on, P. F. Devore.
At Ijttrge Beriali Magoffin, George P.
Doem, H. D. McHeury, Kobert Sim
nona, Districts-), T. C. Dabney; J. C. Gil
bert; 2, J. A. McKenzie, Polk Lafoon;
3. Jo 8. EdwartU, V. W. Bush; 4, W.
F. Bell, W. O. Cunningham; 5, W. S.
Jackson, R. Mallory; , (orge T. Per
kins, W W. Cleary: 7, Benjamin F.
BtKkner, J. I). l.iUard; 8, J. H. Bruce,
A NLArK run ABKASHABU
A letter from UtUe Rock states Uiat
order will finally lie evolved from chaos
m Arkansas; that the Brooks ticket will
probably be somewhat changed, so that
most highly, and ascribe to one another j all parties may be accommodated. A
Bell; 9, John S. Williams, J. Desh
10, K. F. Pritchard, A. E. Cole.
At Larue Hoary D. Ogden, J. 8.
Ashton, T. P. Tompkins.
Districts I, Duiel Edwards, D. F.
Tavlor: 2, Andrew McCullom, Orwin
Campbell; 3, C. McVea, J. A. Taylor;
4, B. Eagan, William M. Ijevy; 6,
A. Richardson, Hugh Lucas.
At Large Eben F. Pillsbury, E. K.
O'Brien, T. W. Hubbard, W. H. Mc
Ciriis. Districts 1, James M. Churchill,
William Emory-; 2, S. C. Andrews, F.
B. Towey; 3, Albert Moore, 8. R. Tib-
bite: 4. James C. Madigan, Wm. T
At Letrgeyeul S. Brown, C. M. Mc
Gee, Duncan K. McRae, John H. Sav
age. M. Magevenv, John Xetherland.
Districts 1, John A. McKinney, E.
C. lieeves; W. W. Ferguson, Thomas
O'Connor. 3, Wm. Crutcbfidd, W. J.
("lift ; 4,J. W. Burton, George W. Jones;
5, EdwardS. Cheatham, JohnO. Burch;
b, F. C. Uuimiugtou, E. Edmondsou ; 7,
B. A. Enloe, A. R. Laugford; S, J. M.
Coulter, Charles N. Gibbs; 9, M.C. Gal
loway, Enoch Eusley.
Alternates E" J. James, James D.
Kichardsou, E. W. Crozier, Dorsey B.
Thomas, George W. Martin, Georee W.
White, John Slack, E. C. 8peck, John j
A. Fite, D. A. Carpenter, John F. Slo-1
ver, R. N. Hodd, L B. Ivie, H. David-1
sou, A. ti. .Martiu, s. f. 1 unnmgham,
H. C. iAx khart, 8. L. Warren, J. F.
Hogan, (itsirge T. Porter, A. J. Martin,
W. H. herry.
At Large J. W. Henderson, John H.
Renga.i, Washington Jones, Charles D.
rtrict 1, G. W. Bryan, J. H.
Turner, K. H. Walker, W. H. Tucker;
2. J. K. Karny, M. D. K. Taylor, C. W.
Geers, E. T. Broughton; 3, B. H. Bas
sett, Ashbel Smith, J. W. Downs, G.
M. Winans; 4, (Jeorge W. Smith, D. J.
Logan, t. I). Btocrtuaie, J. S. ford.
At IxtrgcH. B. Smith, Ge.irge H.
Weeks, W. T. Harrobiu, Homer W.
Heaton, James H. Williams.
Al Large Thomas S. Boeock, J. L.
Mayre, Roliert Ould, J. H. Baldwin.
Districts 1, Fitz Hugh Lee, John
Nedley; 2, C. K. Mallorj-, V. D. (irover;
3, BradlevT. Johnson, D.C. Dtjaruette;
4, W. R. Berkeley, W. E. Cameron; 5,
George W.Booker, A. W. C. Nowlin;
6, H. H. Robertson, W. W. Berry; 7, 8.
H. Moffatt, Jett'erson itandolph; 8, Na
than Harrison, Giles Cook; 9, John A.
McCaull, John H. Smith.
At Large Allen T Caperton, Henry
Districts 1, W. M. Clemius; 2, Wm.
P. Willey; 3, G. W. Imboden.
At Large James R. Doollttle, Gabriel
Bouck, E. 8. Bragg, John W. Gary.
Districts , I). W. Small, John Hack
et; 2, George W. Bird, A. G. Cook; 3, H.
H. (i ray, Nelson Dewey; 4, George H.
Paul, 1). S. West; o, n.. L. Lewis, Josi'ph
Villas; 6, C. A. Weisbotl, Joseph V.-
IMPORTERS AND EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE HARDWARE MERCHANTS,
IT Union Street, Memphis, Tennessee.
Havine changed our buinaK to exclusive wholesale, wo now offer, to merchnnOi onlv, a
large and complete stuck of Foreign and Domestic Hardware. We iuvii- an Insietion of our
stoek. :ind solicit the patronage of all good niuivhaubs buying goods in unr uittrket.
SM--i! attention (ivn to 1'llltns Orders.
ntire relief 1
Capacity for 3
e tide-water, aflordllig
itrating summer neat.
nd two per month of 'Si
PEYTON A CO.,
delichtfnl. Billiards. Bar. Ten-Pins. Music. Promenades. Dar
amusements are Abundantly supplied, and the Table affords tl
Route, via Memphis and i. hurleston liailroad to Florence.
Boanl. rer dav. B: per week.Jls; tier month, fi.
For further information, circulars, etc., address
ELLIS A CO.. Proprietors, or
my-13 H. A. XHSiY, M. !.. Kri.lent PkKletea.
3311 of the Season. Jxxly- 10, 1872.
RUSH TO THE SOUTHERN PALACE
OUR COMPLETE RETAIL STOCK,
CUT & BROKEN DRY GOODS
Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc.,
MUST BE SOLD OUT IN A FEW DAYS
Without fail, as we are now concluding arrangements toward maklug the change in our busi
ness Co an
MCLFSIYE WHOLI iLE IIOI SE.
We are tkerefore SeUiny onr Retail Stock at
Less than New York Cost.
THE NEW WARREN HOUSE
Til IS large and eommodious Hotel, con tain
ing Ofty two rooms, hate just been com
pl 'ttsl, and is now being newly and elegantly
furnished. It will be ready for the reception
ot visitors by the Mti of June.
IJeing located in the " Mountain District "
of Tennessee (by many called the Switxer
land of America"!, rts advantages cannot fail
to attract the attention of thoae who are seek
ing comfort, pleasure or health. The sur
rounding scenery is beautlfhl, the air pure
aud bracing: the fare will be excellent, and
sulphur water of the anest medicinal charac
ter will be supplied fresh every morning.
To those having families, it may notbe im
proper to state that McMinnville contains
good schools and cunrchea: and the teacher
or Music, Drawing and Painting resides in the
Being easy of access by railway to all parts
of the country; having dailv communication
wun an tne world riy man anu teiegrapn, ami
being kept equal to any hotel In the State,
private families or transient gu. sis will al
ways And the New Warren Route" a most
pleasant, healthful and attractive summer
Terms per month JJi On
Terms per week , 12
Terms per day 2 JO
K. H. MAaON, Proprietor.
"Mound City" Mutual
Of St. Louis.
A. I. BRITTON
JOHN M. HARNEY Vise-President
S. W. LOMAJC Secretar;-
C ti. McHATTON
N. J. COLSIAN
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
RENEWABLE TERM INSURANCE
w S.'ddle Horses
uns C'ar.-iagea and Ha
able terms. Also, a d
Mtnnrille to Beersh
Uob of traTelers, wtx
Uon witn the railroi
drivers furnished wl
Glnw and trusty
all vehicles, when
LD s HOl'CHIN.
not DEll to Cteill
AH OOX AM POSSI HI, K, THEREBY
This Gin, of ikjht draft, makes a good sam
ple, and will pick more lint from the same
amount of seed cotton, and in leas time than
any other irin. It does not break the roil nor
choke, is simple in its construction and not
liable to get ont of order.
Ittsagood rule to try all things and hold
fast to what has been approved, and answers
the purpose for which It is made. This is
claimed for Pratt's iin, and admitted by
practical planters w ho have used it.
Steam Engines and Machinery
made by Talbott A sous, Richmond, Virginia,
for sale. These engines, with the latest im
provements and of superior workmanship,
have taken the premium over ail others at
G. W. Traakaart
w AM tm RIA A Jmjy T 1 VTIfPt jtiliw Agent for Da U Is it 1 4 Sons
SAVliili mm 53 TU DU riiK UliJIT. toship mpeoved gln,
For information and circulars apply to
Branch Office, 39 Madison St., Memnhis.
To good Agents the most desirable territory and Term wilt be giTjn.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
CUBBINS & GUNN,
vos. 160 and 17 Adams Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
Manufaoturera of lUaoJalnery-,
8team Engines, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting, Con p! logs. Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes, etc
ACiRKTLTVRAL . I HO(.'E WORK.
Cotton Presses. Cotton (iin Oearmg. Pinions. Columns. Lintels. n , Uratiugs and Vautl-
SegmenU, Gudgeons, Bolta, etc.
.All hind, mt Msmhmi Work
m wm. eic.
Orders for Braas and Iron Castings and all kinds of W rough t-lron Work solicited.
On nil your jExirojtia,sis.
Will find it to their advantage to call at tbe Southern Palace, as they will find large quantities
of goods in our Retail lieparuuent, which we will sell at less than New vork cost, prior to
making a change to an exclusive wholesale business.
ms m hWi-t and mm pn- I Hlam of thi, aort b. mad, up; to aTTjouan wCSl aCiobi Heisnaij ' 7, L. P. &
jierous. mil a ever nappens mat me wuai exwsui u wui oe apjirovert remains erts. 1 uol; BL F. UaJJoway, o. A. Jreace.
D. C 6c H. M. LOE WENSTINE
SOUTHERS PALACE, 332 MAIN STREET.
Unrivaled for light draft, fast ginning, clean
ing of seed and sample. Price! per saw.
O O TTO JNT PRESS
The most couvehient.subatanttal and popular
press in use. Price tBO- complete;
without bis;. SW.
Gts Asn Paaas GcAkAsrrxED.
TAILOR, RADFORD & CO.,
Cotton Factors St Coaamlaaloai Xorvluuita
No. 13 Mo?tBoit Strbkt,
CHICKASAW IRON WORKS,
RANDLE & HEATH,
98, 100, 102, 104 and 106 Second Street,
31 n IV. ill sri it
aXB 49 AMD
Manufacturers of Machinery, Steam Engi
Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes, etc., and a
Patent Well Auger. O
AG RICT'LTTJRAL Cotton Presses, Gin Gearing, Piaions, Segments, O
nnrsru'dK k -i'nl amns. '.intels. Sills. Gratings. Ventilatory Sesn
All kinds of Steamboat, Kail road and general repairs done on short f .ee. Order, for
and iron riirTlri and all kinds of wnught iron work soliciu -ai pmux
for old brass, copper and scrap iron. my in