THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1873.
WEItt'SNAY MOKMSM, J L'LY 10,178.
FOB NHELBY OOVSITY.
I or sheriff,
W. i r. IMi I.E.
NANI EL P. WiLKKR.
An excili.kxt uhtek from Bolivar,
in another lilacs, will arn-st the atten
tion of )arty mitilfrm and leaders. Tlie
Aipkax has Be W asserted apiiroval of
the plan of electing candidate now
adopted, and the very fact that the late
convention, after all its troubles and di
versities of opinion, nominated Mr.
Doyle, illustrates the advantages of the
course there pursued. It is well enough
to try the new process, but it renders
cousaltation impossible, and very prob
Hhiy will give us candidates designated
a such ly minorities. However the
plan adopted miut be tested, and what
ever the decnes of the liallot-box, it
were wiser to obey than revolt to in
jure the triumph of our political enemies.
Fer t ualj Trn-lee.
A. WOODtt 4B-
Fer NlaW- and (! IM-CaUlllll,
UtORUE K FOWUMJm
s-or Tan-4 oilerter mm F-rlvllesre.
J. H tint V KITHUI.
Congresbmam Mokpb 18 was the
only Mississippi member of Congress in
the Lower House, who, with Senator
Alcorn, opposed the civil rights bill
The 11 raid says of the old mytholog
ical story of Xiobe and her twelve chil
dren, that it was terrible when she aaa
the twelve struck down by fiery solar-
xlmfts the first case on recorfl, we
opine, of ccmpde mAeH. The same dei
ty, in view of the active manner in
which he has plied his bow during the
past few days, must have received some
mortal offence at the hands of New
Yorkers. Whether the rain of fire that
descended upon the Cities of the Plain
could have affected the thermometer, or
whatever substitute they had for it in
those days, to any greater extent than
the deadly heat of the present July is a
question that suffering New Y'ork would
be inclined to dispute. But the effects
are as fatal as the storm of bullets on the
bights of Fredericksburg, or the leaden
hail that swept through the orchards
of Weissenuurg two years ago.
Men, women and children have been
struck down in scores, many never to
rise again, and the death list at the
Coroners' office hourly increases. Such
tierce, persistent heat was never before
experienced, not even when the most
rabid political conventions met and
wrangled. Already one hundered and
sixty deaths testify to the terrible power
of the mid-ummer sun, and it would be
impossible to calculate the number of
those who have suffered from the same
cause toa degree which may lead to death
or wreck of constitution. The principal
thoroughfares have become like a field
of Itattle meii falling iu every direction
and ambulances in constant requisition.
And the attendant symptoms of such a
death are no less terrible than when con
tending armies meet. Often there J
raging delirium, screams as if in intense
aguny, convulsions that distort the
body like a potent poison, and
an expression on the face that
would make the most hardened
turn away; then the final convulsive
eutt-lder, and the victim passes over the
dark river. In other cases the symp
toms are like those that attend death by
cold. Natural sleep is succeeded by the
fatal coma or stupor that presages death,
To guard against this terrible foe and
rend his attacks should be the first
care of every one in the community.
An epidemic of the most virulent kind
could not produce a more fearful mortal
ity in a few days. Every day that this
intense heat nrevails the weaker the
human system becomes, and the more
--:.::' precaution to avoid every
tnig that tends to make the body an
easy victim to the fiery destroyer. The
sun has no more active agents in hi
deadly work than alcoholic stimulants
and i je water when the latter is taken
injudiciously. The mental depression
t nse)ueut upon such weather some
times induces people to resort to all
kinds of excitable means to keep up their
spirits. Kuch a turs is highly dan
jrerous. The art of keeping cool, so ne
c essary in this fiery ordeal, refers to the
mind as much as to the body. Nervous
anxiety and inordinate fear or
excitement will tend to prostrate
even the strongest physical sys
tem. In regard to diet, each is the
iest judge for himself. Moderation,
above all. is advisable, and " taking
things easy " an insuperable barrier
asrainst sunstroke. If the fearful list of
denths were carefully investigated as to
the immediate cause leading to such a
result, it would be found that in nine
cases out of ten the victim's system was
weakened by pernicious stimulants, in
cautious exposure or mental depression.
Common sense will be an excellent
guide in this weather, as it will teach
everyone to regulate his mode of living
in projiortion to the strength of his men
tal and physical system. Keep cool,
indulge in frequent external baths in
cold water, and eschew stimulants;
sleep eight hours of each twenty-four;
avoid heated political conclaves; sup
port the wisest and most virtuous candi
dates for office; do not turn the city and
county over to Barbour Lewis, Curry
and the blacks, and Providence will
hardly become an Apollo to subject you
to the fate the tearful fete of Niobe'a
Defects of Mo.Ip- of MM Nomination-.
ew Adopted - It ataj Work very
Bolivar, Tkxst., July 7, 1872.
Editors Appeal The action of the
Democratic Executive Committee of
8helby county, in regard to the plan of
selecting delegates and making nomina
tions for offices, has been the source of
some comment among the so-called
" countrv cousins" interested in the
matter. It seems that the old system of
sending delegates to a convention Tor the
purpose of counseling and advising as to
what is best to be done, it to be super
ceded bv what is called the vote of
primary elections, in which the people
vote directly for the man ol their prefer
ence. Now, Mr. Editor, your corre
sixiudeut is one of the people, and has
always been clamorous for the rights of
the people. He concedes tnat these
rijrhts have often been denied by the
manipulations of conventions, and is
willing and anxious that this fraud may
be prevented in future. But if the plan
adopted by the Democratic Committee
is properly understood, we "country
cousins " are at a loss to see ana appre
hend bow the old plan is improved
upon. We do not want to quarrel with
our "city cousins, ana nope a mere
mention or a seeming injustice will se
cure some consideration for us. We of
Tipton, Hardeman and Fayette coun
ties are severally ana jointly interested
in the selection of a Congressman, in
according to the apportionment lixtd
by law, and by which Shelby is entitled
to seventy-eight votes, and Fayette,
Tipton and Hardeman to forty-six
votes giving to helby thirty-two
more votes than the other counties of
the district combined. If the majority
rule is adopted in convention, this, we
perceive, may enable Shelby to secure
the nominations. This, we think,
might become unjust, if the county
should desire to present a man for that
office but we will not dispute about
that here. The Democratic Com
mittee adopts a plan by which the
man who receives the highest number
of votes in the primary meetings in
Shelby county shall be declared to be
the nominee of the county. This vir
tually ignores the minority man in
Shelby county, though he may carry a
larger vote in the district. The Demo
cratic party certainly would not stoop
to conquer in such a game as this. Now
let us see how this may work ' unjustly.
Colonel Looney, for instance, with a
minority vote in Shelby, but a majority
vote in the district, would be rejected ill
convention, and Captain Lacey, who is
but little known in the district,
but better known in Memphis, would
be lou-ted on the party, upon a
purely local vote, lcause he receives
more votes than Looney, perhaps, at
the primary elections in Shelby county.
This we think, Mr. Editor, is unjust.
ungenerous and uu-Democratic; and if
we of the country are to Know by the
primary elections who has the highest
v'tte iu Shelby, and this, by the rule of
t..e Democratic t oinmittee, is to deter
m iue the vote of Shelby county abso
lulely iu convention, why it is worse
than folly to aend delegates to the con
vention. In fact, what is the use of a
'lvention? The primary elections of
Shelby county will control and deter
mine the result, and the other counties
have no power to alter it, even for a
Shelby man. To hold a convention is
to invite guests to your table merely to
-ee others enjoy the viands, which must
not be shared by the guests. Let the
Democratic Committee of Shelby county
count out the voles aud declare who is
the iiomiuee. without the farcical form
of a convention. Perhaps in that
event the "country cousius" will then
have a convention and invite our
-H-nds of Shelby to unite with us in
council, where all shall fairly be repre
sented and each county shall have its
due weight and due influence.
Mr. Editor, you are a champion of
the right, and we ask you, in the name
of time-honored usage and principle, to
bring this matter before the good people
1 Shelby county, whose instincts are
right, to adopt a better rule. We are
only avoiding one evil, where all are re
sponsible, to fall into another, where
only a few men, iu committee, by an
arbitrary rule, commit the error. If we
commit a blunder by the convention
system, we do it ourselves,
" "And then
ur tyrants are our countrymen. '
"Might makes right." was never one of
the Democratic tenets, and we sincerely
hope, for the sake of honor, truth and
harmony in the party, the principle
will not be urged, that because Hhefbv
has the ower, the county delegates
shall have no influence in the conven
tion. OOCNTBY t ot st.v.
Smith, of Mobiie, Alabama, on the part
of the "Cadet" These gmtemen (Mr.
Smith as Brutus, and Mr. Cochran as
CasshM; had won the highest encomiums
in the play of Omar, with which the
Dramatic Club of the Virginia Military
Institute had delighted a large audience,
and it was feared by some of their friends
that this and their preparation for their
examinations, which they passed very
creditably, would prevent them from
ucceeding m their orations. But these
fears were most happily dispelled, and
each of the young orators did credit to
himself, his society, and his State.
Mr. Cochran selected as his theme:
"The battle of Life," vividly picturing
life's varied phases. He brought out
what was necessary to meet its stern du
ties and responsibilities, and earnestly
exhorted his young comrades to buckle
on their armor and make due prepara
tion for life's battle.
Mr. Smith announced as his theme :
Man, the architect of his owu fortune."
After arguing to prove this proposition,
choosing for the purpose notable exam
ples from history, and especially the
two greatiberoes (Jackson and Leei who
sleep here, be spoile of the duties and
responsibilities growing out of thia, and
based these on a stirnug appeal to his
comrades to carve out for themselves
noble destinies. It is no dispargement
to others to say that Mr. Smith made
the speech of the evening.
After the speaking was over there was
the usual promenade, but your corres
pondent begs to be excused from attempt -
Miga report oi mm pan oi uie penuim-
The cadets are kept under such rigid
disci nline that they have but little op
portunity of esoortiug the ladies during
the session. But now they are free, and
seem determined to make the best use
oi' the time. Buttons and bright eyes
seem to have a natural affinity for each
other, and neither at all disposed
evade their nature. not kbkiim.e.
TO BE DISTRIBUTED BY THE
Lax ikqtos, Va., July 4, 1872.
Editobs Appeal The commence
ment dav Drooerof the Virginia Military
Institute was a verv brilliant one. The
..... ,.!.,. nf Mrlal. t Vl .1 mil
sic, the applause, the ribbon, the bright
eves and manly forms, the flowers and
irav attire of tielles mingling with the
iackets of grav. the delivery of the di
o omiis. the oration oi cadet Maioews,
of Louisiana, the valedictory of cadet
Murreli. of Lvnehburg, and toe auarese
to the graduates by Geaeral S. Keen, of
Covington, Virginia, all conspired to
claim the attention of the lanre audience
present, and might be of interest to your
readers, bad 1 time to speaK oi mem
But I will only report in bnet the event
of the dav. which was the address a
Hon. James S Holcombe, of Bedford
countv. irciuia. .Mr. nolcomrje.
Professor of the University of Virginia
and member of the Confederate Con
gress, won long ago the reputation of
being one of the most nnisnea scnoiars
and polished orators in lrginia. His
effort to-dav. though he labored under
severe indisnosition and did not speak
wi thins usual physical vim, was wormy
oi His high reputation, ne spoae wuu
A refreshing rain made a pleasant
close of the commencement.
ROCK BUI IKjE
urK irr authorized lo announce Dr.uBU
W A. MA THUS, of Soinervllle, as a candi
date for Floater U represent the counties ol
Fayette and Shelby in tn lower noose oi in
n.1 lu.nr ! An.ml)lv. subject to the Drl
mr -wtionsio be held in Shelby on the 4th
instant, and the subsequent Democratic Kite
terial convention. jjo
T AMES M. HAKKIs Is s candidate to rerre-
V sent sheiby county In Uie lower noose of
;.e legislature: subject to uie action oi me
primary meetings ui juij wiu. jjq
f s. JAY is a candidate for the lower
.Vl . branch of the Oeneral Assembly of
lenuesw- mi hi ect to the result of tlie pri
mary election ol tne ami inn. lye
TS compliance with the wishes of my
1 friends J announce myself a CHnuidatr
lor a aeal in the lower house ol the uezt t-u
, ml Asaamblv. 1 resDectfully solicit the suf
fraire of the Democratic voters of Shelby
county at the primary election on the i.vth of
J uly, IKTz, semiring tticm mat, woemer sum
lNATtii or kot, I will work to the best of my
ability for the success of the entire ticket.
iy7 A- B. HAYKES.
t'DITOKsi APPEAL: You will please an
i nounce mv name as a candidate lo repre-
eu t sbelby count y In the lower branch of the
next iieneral Assembly of the State of Ten
nessee ; subject to the primary election of the
e II 1 II si . j . r.1 i ' . . 1 1 " ,r .
HLKEBY announce myself a candidate
for Kepreee tauve trom shvibv couniy
outside the city, subjeot to the aeUou of the
primary meeting on inc anti nisi
Jy7 H. D. HKEER.
WE are authorised to announce Simon W
Cireen as a candidate lor a seat in the
lower blanch of the nexttteneral Assembly of
the stale if len'ie-.see. ironi srjeihy county,
-object to the decision of the Democratic
arty at the primary elect ion on the Jit h in
It. GAMMON Is a candidate to represent
Shelby County In the 1ywer House of
the Legislature, subject to the result of the
primary elections to be held the SOth of Jul
RB. -iMEK KL1-, i.f Tipton, ts a candi-
date for Congress in this District ; sub
cct to the action of the DeniocraUc District
IHJ ir e voters of the Ninth Congressional
District i 1 announce myself a candidate
for Congress In the Ninth CongresMonal Dis
trict: subject lo the action of toe Democratic
convention. J. J. l UUSE.
T E are authorized to announce A. T.
LACE l , Esq as a candidate for Con
gress; subject to the action of Democratic
congressional oonventlon. Jy7
Weak f the Virginia
11) Uie Voters of the Ninth Congressional
District Since the action of the Denw-
'riile Executive Committee of shelbv Count v.
designating, as a mode oi nominating a candi
date for Congress, a primary election, to be
neia on tne Atn July, l nave received so mauv
renewed expressions of the public desire that
i suouiu announce myseir a candidate, tnat 1
:an no longer refuse. I annonnee myself,
therefore, as a candidate for Congress, subject
to the decision of the District Convention.
Having been appointed a delegate to the Bal
timore Coajkution. I feel H my duty to attend,
and thereewe it uill not be in my power to be
here between this and the election on the 2fth.
My interests, ttien fore, must be confided en
tirely to the hands of those friends who desire
my nomination. D. K. MrRAE.
Under the authority of an act
lust session of the Legislature
nflt of AirriculturBl and
bocletlea of the state.
passed at the
for the ben-
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
AJfD A GOOD UST oimrt
REMNANTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Improvement of the Fa
- WILL TAKK PLACE OH -
THURSDAY, JULY U, 1872,
At S BecoaMl strews. Mew pit la, Tea.,
mt 1 'elssrk p.ws.
Full Certificate Shares, $5.
FAMES' LIXEX AXD L AWN SUITS,
MISSES' A3fD If ILim:' SUITS,
LADIES' 1 XDEHWEAR,
VL' K llav tnis J7 amoclated with us In oar
t n Kctoln't S imcen
Spill man, Lee Block.
Lata of Keswrs A Toaer.
1 1 1 - C. F. DANLIKIIM ,K,
Late of Dundiidfe, MitebaU A Co.
Lata of Godwin A KpilUaan.
Rogers, Dandridge k Co.,
AND WHOLBHALJE Uyl OB DEALERS,
Ss frast t., Maafcta, Ti
W k Orrca roK -aaLB
FLOl R, IM 0. i t Kit,
H0C LM9HL MACKEREL,
WHITE FISH, lOLASilW,
WISES AND LIU I 'OEM,
Aaia Ceaapiete liaaisiiiisil wCMiOiiii.
The attention of city and coantry mcrcbsuis
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OP MEMPHIS, TENN.
TOARI) 1UKA ?i'rli-GS Board. Mm
mouth. J M . D XILLKH.
L05G BEAM H, SEW YORK.
L mtmmtmm tne pu
to inform Ma
a that his boaaa will
Um 15th Asjrcf Jnn tor U:
vial tars last vv laad at aa
------ t, ,,innii ifsaala "ir til
luereiure no expaaJi nave aaaa vn
majta uie sojourn a, my 1
possible. Families and I
favor me with their visit are mjo
orders for rooms as soon as possible ta tna
- Arlington itooae. Fourteenth si
Firth avenue, atiw I or a.
a (.is L. STINE.
Morgan County, North Alntema.
To close our ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK wo have made ANOTHER
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
261 and 263 Main Street, corner of Court.
WHOLESALE HARDWARE - IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS
7 beat and
THIS celebrated watering place, located In
the Switzerland of the sooth, and which
has been visited by crowds of Invalids dmriasx
the last fifty years, but has been closed for the
last few yean, is now nntsri) to ail sncta aa
desire to Improve tlietr health. We hare In
our possession man v testimonials hearing evi
dence to the cures that have been effected In
other ailments, which esn be seen in oar cir
cular!,, mat will be freely circulated.
warded to aarr one
known. We will trv to render our
comfortable as possible, and our table shall be
supplied with the best the country a fjords, in
abu ndance and aood stv le. The scenery Is r
mantle, and the local Ion healthy.
We will take pleswnr lu answering all let
en of inquiry regarding the Springs.
Address, via Deeainr,
myl7 J. B. FAYNTEE A OH.
These Springs, w long and uivora-
their valuable TUN 1
IMPORTERS AND EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE HAKDWAKE MERCHANTS,
17 Union Street, Memphis, Te:
Havme chanced our business to exclusive wliolesale. we now offer, to merchants only,
large and complete stock of Foreign and Domestic Hardware. We invite an Inspection of our
stock, and solicit the patronage of all good merchants baying goods tn oar market.
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
CiWEET CHALYBEATE 8FR1NUS ,For-
inerly Bed Sweeti, Alleghany county
bly known for
I KKATIVE KlWEKS,
and Bath, have been newly
refuted with convenient and
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad
station, where elegant carriages belonging to
th- Springs will be In readiness for the isl-
B and AL-
. Koole, via
to II liana j
CHtaQga W aer daw and a per month.
jui J. T. WlUsOM, annertatendent.
A Virginia loan tain Retreat.
WHITE SULPHUR 8 P R I X OS,
MONTUOKERY OOUNTY, VA.
IS delightful summer retreat srtll
opened for the reception of visitors on
.1 1 r; i-r. isvi.
It Is situated lu the very heart of the AL-
Hon, JTIFFERSO.N DAY 18, PrenideBt
WKIS, lit Tlee-Preaiient. 4. T. PETTIT, U Mer-PwaMegU.
J. H. EDMOBi Dm, G?n'l AenU
EL LETT v PHELAN, Attorneyn
WI. 1. BROWNE, Secy
ASSETS, OVER $1,000,000,
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 42 MADISON STREET,
: HiTEL st this eelebra'ed
The Waters are ahaotntely sneqaaled
i asr w
'.in a Alll countrv. near a beautiful rock
deUghtfnl. Billiards, Bar, Ten-Plnx, Music.
anin-!j. n's r Bsnn
Koute. via Memphis
Grand Ta,Il of the
Board, per day. ti; par week. 5: per month. gl
For farther Information, circulars, etc-, address
Watering Place L now open for the
in trtetr Mealing power oil
r bracing and pare,
iciUK. ari'1 all The
lantlv supplied, and tne Table afivrds tne best of Country
and Charleston Kail road to Florence. Stage Una nine
Tiiiy lO, 187a
A to.. nnililin,ar
1 W !..
"Mound City" Mutual
Of St. Louis.
JOHH M. HAKN KY
at ,C. ii. MrHATTD.
, , . J . W1.S.1H
LEUHANY MOfSl AINrt, only
TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS ONLY
351 Cash Premiums
To be paid IMMEDIATELY AFTEB t!.e Dis
tribution taxes place.
Hie Hoard of Directors. In eommen din
thlsfecond hetne to the Public, promise
hat it shall be earned out in as inxxl faith as
RUSH TO THE SOUTHERN PALACE
OUR COMPLETE RETAIL STOCK,
tne annexed certificates prove i
,f the Managers
have been. The high character and standing
selected will also be an adli-
tlonalaruamntee that perfect Justice and fair-
ill control this Distribution.
SCHEDULE OF CASH PREMIUMS :
X District ot Tenne
Brilliant Celebration of the Societies
Xedal Preaeatatioa Oration, etc
RELATIVE MORAL AID PHYSICAL
HI.W.TH or KORTHEIK AMD
MttTHEIS I TIEN.
Physicians of this city jll us that for
a aeries of years the
death in Memphis has Iteen less than
in Chicago, New York or St. Louis.
The annual per centaur of deaths in New
York is thirty-five per thousand. For
three past weeks this rate of mortality
average annual al,ce uPn .the
"Ieclal Correspondence of the Appeal.;
I.kxim. j v. Va, July 2. 1S7J.
EDrroas ApPEAJy The session of the
Virginia Military Institute has closed,
and we are now in the midst of what
promises to be aftnost brilliant commence
ment. Many of the visitors Ln attend-
over, aud there have
been fresh importations by every boat
aud stage, until the town ts now full of
strangers. Fathers and mothers- and
sisters and cousins, and sweethearts
of "the boys" are here to see them bear
off their honors. And as the rigid dis-
Votera of the Klnth Congressional
let ot Tennessee - I announce mvself
a candidate lor Congress, at the election in
November next, subject to a convention of
the Democratic party. 1 soUdt your suffrage
at the primary elections, and the support of
your aeiegates in convention, rtesssn. u u 1 1 ,
1 Cash Premium of $5000 : is $5000
1 Cash Premium of 5001) : is 5000
I Cash Premium of 2500 : is 2500
1 Cash Premium of 2000 : is 2000
I Cash Premium of 1000 : is 1000
i Cash Premiums of 500 : is 1500
4 Cash Premiums of 250 : is 1000
4 Cash Premiums of 200 : is 800
5 Cash Premiums of 100 : is 500
10 Cash Premiums of 50 : is 500
20 Cash Premiums ot 20 : is 400
100 Cash Premiums of 10 : is 1000
200 Cash Premiums of 5 : is 1000
OUT & BROKEN DRT GOODS
Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Etc.,
MUST BE SOU OUT IN A FEW DATS
Without fall, as we are now concluding arrangements toward making the change ln our busi
ness lo an
EXCL-USIVE WHOLra.LL.fi HOLSfi.
We are therefore Selling our Retail Stock at
Less than New York Cost.
half miles from the Atlantic, a
Ohio Kailroad, and is accessible bv i
horse-car railway from BIO TLS
r"OT, a ride of ten minutes.
It Is within ONE HOUR'S drive of several
other watering-places aud small towns. Its
several springs (Sulphur, C'halvbeate and
Limeetoue; stand unrivaled for medicinal
An experienced Caterer and first -class Cooks
have been secured, and many Improvement
made since last season.
A FLBSrr-CLAan LI VERY,
a Telegraph, Express and Poatoffiee, Barber
shop, Bath-bouse, ElUlard-saloon, Bowling
alleys, beautiful Croquet Grounds, and a
RENEWABLE TERM INSURANCE
For Information and circulars apply to
Branch Office, 30 Madison St., Memnhis.
To good Agents the most desirable territory and terms wl'l be gtv n.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
are sdded to the natural attractions and
venlecesof ihe place.
ticursiiiii ;icketa from Memphis to
Emery White, via Memphis and Charleston
ill road from Jane 1st, th 75.
Terms only M0 per month.
For further particulars, address
mylSeort THOMAS WILSON, PropY.
IHKKr KY announce myself a candidate for
Congress in the Ninth Congressional Dis
trict, subject to the action ot the proposed
convention. W. L. nrTr".
OhKKT F. LOONEY Is a candidate lor
( onareas. subject to the decision of the
Democratic Convention. ap23
For Siate Senator.
T AM a candidate for the State Senate ln the
X next Oeneral Assembly
suit of the primary elections. July atl, 1K72.
subject to the i
B. C. BLEI1SOE.
1 HEREBY announce myself a candidate
to represent xhelbv countv in the Senate
of the .next Legislature, subject to the nomi
nating election, siuruay, juiy uutn, Hfrc
July S, ltm. J. It. CREW8.
To be Distributed ln Conformity to Law.
Memphis, Juna S. 1872.
Received of the Memphis Agricultural snd
Mechanical Society the sum of Five Thousand
Dollars, being amount of premium drawn by
Ticket No. 5 at the Distrtbu ion of said So
ciety, June I, UW. . A. CLARKE.
Commission Merchant, Front street, Memphis,
MsMi-ais. June 3, IsTZ.
Received of the Memphis Agricultural and
Mechanical Society the sum of Five Thousand
Do not aF'aall to Oca 11
CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS,
HOTEL accommodations enlarged and im
proved. Now open for visitors.
Tkkms Board, 110 per week to Juty 1st.
IS per week for July and Aag.
ou per monin "
Children and servants, half-price.
With the ability and determination to make
Crab orchard springs second to no -ummer re
sort in America, we solicit, especially, the pa
tronage of Southerners with their families.
Location Six taowrs ran from Lrmnrvllle on
the Kn -xvi lie Branch of L. and N. R. R.
Correr,pondeiice la invited with those en
gaged in educational pursuits, a lth a view of
establish Ing a Female Seminary at these
General Trios. Ii. Taylor is In charge of the
office, and will exert "h.mself to assare the
comfort and welfare of our guests.
SHELBY A THORKL. Proprietors.
Shelby City. Boyle county , Ky.
WHITE SI LPHUR SPRINGS,
Greenbrier Caaatr, West Tilgnlhl,
MOLs. for their ALTERATIVE WATERS I
and fasnlonaoie patronage, are now open,
are iv feet above lide-water. afrbrtvua
eutire relief from prostrating summer heat.
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
CUBBINS & GUjVN,
160 Mid 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
tufaorurors of jVCA0Ja.i2a.0z-y-,
Engines, Saw Mills, tlrtst Mills, Shafting, CoupUngs, Pulleys. Hangers, Boxes, etc
AO Kit 't' LTV RAL. I
l otion Oln liearina. Pinion.. 1 Columns. LinteN. Silia UraUnss and Ventl-
segmeuts, uuagconi, nous, etc. a.ors, etc
Ail ktnns mt asssssnskoas Work stone paaanan,
Orders for Brass and Iron Castings and all kinda of Wrought-.' n Work solicited.
Capacity for 4.1' persona
Crakues per day and MO per ro
L. PEYTON A CO.
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. THEREBY
SAVING FROM 25 TO 50 PER CENT,
tll your Piu-ohasoB,
THE NEW WAREEN HOUSE
CHICKASAW IRON WORKS.
RANDLE & HEATH,
98, 100, 102, 104 and 106 Second Street,
TPUIS large and commodious Hotel.
1 lng fifty two rooms, bas iut been com
is now being newly and elegantly
Will find It to their advantage te call at the Southern Palace, as they will fitid large quantities
of goods in our Retail Department, which we will sell at lass than New York cost, prior to
making a change to an exclusive wnoiesaie Business.
lias oesru u....uu, auo lor uie nrst four rinline of the session is ar.r..-l,ut
days of this nuontb it was greater than ; ed the "boya in grey" are reposing in
ever before save wlu-u Home dread iiesti- lhe,r "berty aa tbey walk the streets
lence ravairtd the city. It is and to re
flect that the numbsr of death In the
great American metropoUa has
throng the parlors where reiirninir ts-lles
hold their cwurta.
The annual Inspection of Barrack
been ! and Review of the corpa of cadets by the
augmented by the auft'eringa of the ixsir "ra or iMtors ext-ited even more than
isggravaud oy couflicta between labor J" .lnt1- .The quarters were found
, 3 " T. to he ,n apple-pie order, and the review
aud capital. Many a poor child was highly satisfactory. Indeed the
aud helplesw woman of shelterless marching was well utgh perfect, the
multitudes who have slept in the city'a ! main hi vera were executed with a prompt
" uiwj i ubh' rareiv seen eotlBJea.
parks have found escape from the
t luicbes' of famine ln the embraces of
death. If recitals of letter-writers be
credible, scores of poor little waifs sleep
about City Hail Park, and it makes one's
heart bleed to look at their pitiful white
face and listen to the story of their
griefs. After all, the civilization of the
ISouth, however great its defects as
viewed by the North, has never wrought
result like this. Slavery had its evil
ami even so has boasted freedom, wealth
aud progressive intelligence, and what
ever the relative physical l otalthfulnens
ot Northern and riouthern communities,
the -uoral condition of the South would
not lie improved by adopting all the
blessed habits and conditions of our
l ilTU JOSE.
There is an objection to Chanoellor
Olvin Jones, who announces himself a
candidate for the State Senate. He is,
if such a fact were possible, too good a
man to enter upon a political contest.
He has served successfully upon the
bench xud at the bar, and won enviable
distinction; even asm social mad business
life his fame Is spotless. These are
simple foots, and if other qualities or .n
dowments are wanting we are not ud
viaed of the defect of morals or intellect . j
v - t-n eotiaJeiL
most unniiftakable evidence
was given that the drill of the Virginia
Military Institute cannot be surpassed
To-night a Urge and most attractive
audience, gathered in the chapel of
Washington-Lee University to attend
the anuaaJ celebration of the "Dialec
tic" and "Cadet" societies. The sweet
music of the Virginia Military Institute
b.md. t reinforced by a number of addi
tional pieces), th'-gay attire and bright
faces of Lexington beauty i reiutorced by
every section), the manly
jackets aud bright buttons
of the cadets, and tin- rosettes and rib-
a"" inspiring effect. At
tut appointed Hour tne rrenlaeiiia, ora
tors, and medalists were escorted upon
the platform, and the exercises began
with the presentation of the medals
C idet James Bon ham, of South Caro
lina, President of the Dialectic,prt -nted
the medal of that society to Mr. K. V.
P. Morris, of Hanover county, Virginia.
The medal of the Cadet Society, award
ed to "the beat orator and debater," waft
presented by Mr. R. B. Matthews, oT
lxwislana, to Mr. M. L. Spottewood, of
trginia. Both of tue8e premutations
were very happy-the speeches being
wsu aeiivered and i wbrds few ana
fitly chosen. The two medalists have
se veral time before Urne off the honom
of then- societies, and It is uudersttssl
that Morris is first- and Mr. Bwtowood
anitrng the first ofthia year's graduab
The orators of the evening wlreMr T
1.. Cochran, of Alabama, on the nan ,,r
the DlAlecUc,': and Mr. J. Hunter
Dollars, being amount of premium drawn by
MI4 at the Iistiibutlon of said So-
T77TZ , , . , iiu.n ... fin a. ,up I'lsiriuuuou Ol saiu ao-
tlthepeopleof Shelby, rayetteand Tipton: I cietv, June 1, IKX JACOB LUT7.,
Responsive to the action of the recent Boot and Shoe Dealer. Madison street, asssn.
Salesman st Mansfield A Hlgbee's Drugstore,
Main street, Memphis, Tennessee.
MaseHis, TkMi., June ::, 1S72.
We, the undersigned, take pleasure in attest
ing the ierfect honesty and fairness of the
Distribution of the Memphis Agricultural and
M .... .......... 1 L.-. .I .,-.... .. . ,
county ('onveution of Tipton County, and the
request or my mends In Shelby and rayette, I
announce myself a candidate for Senator for
this district in the next Ueneral Assembly,
subject to the action of the Senatorial Con
vention. PKiTON J. SMITH
u THE PEOPLE OK TENNESSEE- In re-
1 spouse to the call of many leading citizens
of the state, I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Judce of the Suorefne Court.
made vacant by the resignation of Hon. T. A.
It. Nelson. Kieetiou first Thursday in August
ext. KOBEKT McFAKLAST).
Morrlstown, Tennessee. nihil
D. C. A H. M. JLOEWENSTINE
SOUTHERN PALACE, 332 MAIN STREET.
spouse to the expression of a popular de-
TO THE PEOPLE OK TENNESSEE
1 spouse to t tie
sire, suniclently get
joutrol my action in the matter, I hereby an
aouuoe myse.il a candidate for the office of
ludge of the supreme Court, made vacant by
the reslgnaUon ol Hon. T. A. H. Nelson. Elec
tion first Thursday in August next.
J. B. COOK
Chattanooga, March 11,1878. mhli
I'nlleeior on erlvlleges.
J HARVEY MATHER Is the Democratic
. nominee state and County Tax-Colleetor
on Prtrilaswa. je2a
tea n Iv
'EI.L Is th. Democratic
for ,ax-CoUector for Shelby
Saoond ' han
;EK is the Democratic
office of Judge of th
9f nnty Trssiw
WILLIAM P DAY is a candldais for Coun
ty Trustee Hsvti.c filled the office of
rruatee for many years, I would announce to
my old friends that 1 am again a Candida e for
the same position Mv previous fidelity in
'nice till he my gnarante, I n fm era. Jyi
A WOODWaKD Is the DemocraUs Honxl
X . nee for the office of County Trustee at
be ensuing August election. jn28
-Jielby Count) .
J qpe K, IsTx.
myself as an tndenen-
for Count v Trustee ..I
Election August, !S7.
P. CURRY snnonnces himself as an In
dependent candidate for re-election to
offlee of SnerisTof Shelby oounty. Kiec-
t ion August, 18TJ. split
Mit-nanicai rxjcieiy aras n at tireenlaw Open
House. June 1, 1S72, and heartily commend the
objeet of the Association, the reliability for
the payment of the premiums drawn, and Uie
prompt drawing on tne day advertised, to the
confidence i-f the public.
W. M. FABRIN'UTON.
Prest Union and Planters' nana.
H. E. OARTH,
Prest German National Bank.
Pres t Memphis Bank.
F. 9. DAVIS,
Prest Hirst Nations! Bank.
Casli'r MenrhauU.' National Bank.
M. J. WICKS,
Prest M. and C. Railroad.
( crUflcates sar Sale at all the ' j iiIti
of the Aseociatlaa.
- Orders with the
mar be sent per Exassss. or
or Post-' iffice Orders, at the risk of the Asso
ciation, ami immediately upon the Distribu
tion takiug place the Official Number, will be
torwarded to each correspondent.
All orders to be addressed
P. O. Lock Box NO. W.
JOHN G. BaLLENTLNK,
LEON Titer SHALE, SecrsUry.
r IS HtTEL H.M BEEN ELEGANTLY REFITTED AND ENTIRELY REFTJRNI8HED.
nd Is now one of the finest Summer Resorts In the State. Oood attendance la warranted.
It Is Convenient to the Celebrated Springs,
the waters of which are of world-wide reputation.
T. W. HI,AIEaV Proprlclor.
rurulshed. it will be ready for the reception
of visitors by the aith of June.
Being located in the " Mountain District "
of Tennessee ,by many called the " Swltaer
laud of America"), its advantages cannot fall
to attract the attention of those who are seek
ing comfort, pleasure or health. The sur
rounding seenerv is beautiful, the air pare
and bracing ; the fare wUi be excellent, ami
sulphur water of the finest medicinal charac
ter will be supplied fresh every morning.
To those having families, It may not be im
proper to state thai MeMinnvUle contains
good schools and churches: and the teacher
of Music, Drawing and Painting resides ln the
ABB SB Ajn U W1SCHEKI t.B
: snd propn
""llii ? asss?nnnnaslii assiaaainiaa a
Patent Weil Auger.
Couuty and sta
AGRICU LTTJBAL Cotton Pi in 1 1, Gin Gearing. Ptnioi
Columns, Lintels, sills. Grans. 1
and iron castings, and all kinds of wrought iron work i
for oln brass, copper and scrap mt
ah W sights, etc.
tise. Orders for t;a
BOOTS SHOES HATS.
1872 SUMMER TRADE. 1872
Being easy of ageias ay railway to atl parts
oi tne country nav.ng as
with alt the world by mall and telegraph, and
...ii; sepi equal w any notet in toe
private I amines or transient gee
ways find tne ' New Warren Sou.
pleasant, healthful and ettrectlva
Terms per month...
Terms tier week
Terms per day .
. a to
B. H. MASON, Proprietor.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
Sar saddle Horses. Buggies, 1
one. Carriaa-es and Hacks on the
able terms. Also, a daily stage line from
Minnvilie to Beersheba for the ailsgaasil
Uoa of travelers, which will ran la connec
tion with the railroad. Careful and trnsCT
drivers furnished with all vehicles, when
wanted. GHiSWOLD HoCCHIN.
HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL.
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS
Ho. 329 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS,
Uatc just received Lavrge Additions to their Stock, which is now
fmptote, awl s-sitehte for Um smnl Wo otvlirit the trade ot
MERCHANTS ONLY. Goods on orders smaranteH to snit.
BOARS PER JVIOKTT:
COPARTNliESinP NOTICE. 20,000 copies ordered
A COPARTNERSHIP Is formed between J. !
S. Hatcher and Thomas H. Cocke, tinder I
the nrm name of J. 8. Hatcher a v o.. for the !
pnrpiiMe of transacting a Book aud station- 1
ery Business; said copartiiershiu to take effect
Junel.UBZ J S. HATCH KB.
rnoo. ii. cvs. iv
IN ADVANCE OK PUBLICATION, of the
Splendid New Church Music
TH E STiXOABD!
J. S. HATCHER,
late of Cleaves, smlthwlck 4 Hatcher.
THOS. H. OOCK.S, Meroiihts.
J. S. HATCHER & CO.
as. sr weesrssswMsssiasss
that It will
as or ma sxasos.
The WKITKLV ArKil,
" malt, tt per annum.
clubs of two or more, la. The Dati y
ArraAi (seven papers per week) Is
served to city subscribers for S&c.
week, and 110 per year by man.
j THUS. E. HILLS,
' JAMAS CVLKMAM,
WE MAKE A
SPECIALTY IN feAW BOOKS,
Nb'o. 815 MAIN ST.
WILL BE OPES AUtilST 1, 1872.
Has as pages filled with new and fresh music.
It includes an Elementary Course of the best
c-huracter, with interesting exercises, tunes
and easy glees for practice, a fine collection of
Metrical Tunes, and an extra choice list of
Sentences, Mote lis aud Anthems for Chorus
THE 8T.DJRO UEAgtEM,
Or, ia other words, its authors, whose brilliant
tat inn as t hurt-ti mu-h- t om posers will
It on to triumphant success, are
Mr. L O. EMJ5B80N, of Boston, and
I Mr. H. B. PALMER, of Chlessn,
Men universally known among lovers of Sa
Is Ready, sgwn ox Torn orders.
Price, SI 50 Per dozen, (U 30. Speeiu
sent, for the present, post iree, for fl 33.
lmen pages free on application.
OLIVER D1TSON a CO., Boston.
CUAa. H. Dirau.N A CO., jiew York.
PRATT'S S0UT1EM MADE
This Gin, of light draft, makes a good
pie, ami will pick more lint from the
amount of seed cotton, and in ess time
any other gin. It does not bretA the roll nor
choke, Is simple in its construction and not
liable to get out of order.
it is a good rule to try all things and hold
fast to what has been approved, and aaeweca
the purpuse for which it is made. This Is
eJatmed for Pratt's Oln, and admitted by
practical planters who have used it.
Steam Lna-UeTand Sachinerj
made by Talbott 4 Sons, Richmond, Virginia,
Tor sale. These engines, with the latest lav
provemente and of superior wcrkmanssfp.
have taken the premium over all others at
lairs wnere iney liuv- been exhibit,.!.
Lloyd, Clarke & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
Miaixa. Street 8 21.
t lJnte assist sa im i r ATEJrT
Outers for tins, engines, machinery snd
ly flilcl. 1,1ns reitolred by
nan. is promnt
JulSw Agent lor Daniel Pratt, Talbot t A Sons
UNSHIP IMPROVED GLV,
L nrtvaled for light draft, fast ginning, clean
ing of seed and sample. Price ta per saw.
UXES MlIW TOf
KalBVS siaVABBI SMM wkm store anal Tin Teas at
. L MSACHAM.
x. n. roerros.
M. L. MEACHAM
without boa, I
.Uuf ami Paxas - ""Vay m
TAYLOR, KaJF0B & CO.,
Faitirs ACesnasArnaaei eesnsns
SFo. U Meaanat !,
AJTa sfiatn) M AAAT COfAPA . ITCs
No. 9 UNION STREET, Memphis, Tennessee.
' Are the sole
Ohio -a Tor
bred bsrrels of sai
the lowest market price.
Ms, sad have new on the lewce
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