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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPUAL-SATUEDAY, JULY 13, 187
H BOAT MOBKLKti, JULY 18, 1872.
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For Yice-PrrtidenlB. USA TX BRO H'.V.
U.nvraurJOHX C. BSOW.X.
For tshenffW. J. P. DOYLE.
Ill I IWIgll I BIH I P. WALKFK
I County TrttfttrA. WOODWARD.
F Taz-CollertorV EORU E S. POWELL.
tr Privilege Tar-CoUertor-J. H. 3IATHES.
.Vrrtcoi Large CiA'. W.A. QVARLK8.
Fir Dittriet-JOff.y A. McKIXXEr.
gaas DiMriet-A. CA LD WELL.
Tlunt Ditnci-A. L. SPEASS.
Sirth Ditriei-y. -V. COX.
.Vt.rfa Dxtriet- W. W. McDQ WELL.
THE APPEAL'S MOTTO-" IMEM4M RA
CY FOB UBCELET AND BROWS.'
Tennessee Democracy survived the
support it gave Senter. Many thought
it would die of the extraordinary act.
Nothing of the sort happened. Henter
accepted in part tiie Democratic creed,
which proposed to enfranchise an en
slaved people, and Democracy preferred
Senter to Brownlow. Even Sinter's
election and sen-ice through two yettrs
failed in Tennessee to effect the dissolu
tion of the Democratic party. By a
similar co-operation of' men representing
Kepublicanism and Democracy, Grate
Brown was made Governor of Missouri,
and even yet his Democratic adherents
maintain their partisan distinctiveness.
Free trade, local independence, the
freedom of States, hostility to the exer
cise of doubtful powers by the central
authority, are propositions which still
distinguish Democrats from lie publi
cans, and make the parties indestructi-
i .it-. These are questions that do not
die. and while thev live there will 1
j arties evolved by American politics.
K ven if the term Democrat be stricken
from partisan nomenclature, there are
questions affecting the very structure of
iT'ivemment which must perpetuate dis
tinctions among political thinkers, and
those advocating the Iwoadest local and
individual freedom may be known for
ever as Democrats. The name, how
ever, signifies nothing if the creed lie
maintained, save that when we aban
don the designation that wisdom and
freedom in government of which
it is significant are forgotten,
and many people regard rather
the shadow than the substance.
There is a reason in the very nature
of things, that does not apply to De
mocracy, why the Radical party should
be dissolved. The negro is free, and the
fj-t i- of r;-Mrd on the face of the coun
try's history and organic law. liepubli
canisni won rapid triumphs. Its mis
sion is achieved: its task accomplish
ed. It now lives only through sec
tionalism and at the cost of the coun
trv's renose and nrosiieritv. It has
wrought good and infinite evil. and now.
whatever may liesaid of its past achieve
ments, its existence is an unmixed ca
lamity. Why does not our contempo
rary evince the same anxiety for its
dioluUon and for the extinction of its
name as for the annihilation of the
Democratic party ? The predilectionsof
certain Southern papers and politicians,
surely lead them in an extraordinary di
rection when they go about the business,
like St. Patrick, of exterminating evils.
Why this desperate anxiety to put an
end to Democracy? Is this the reptile
first to be killed? Let us rather make
war upon Curry and Lewis and repre-x-utatives
of Radicalism, and let De
i:ioeracy live or die. Whatever it's past
-'us. it's ideutitv and integrity, at least
sional wreath. A warm friend, a sound
lawyer and eloquent speaker, there is
blended with his higher qualities of head
the keenest business sagacity and tact,
which will fit him to discharge the du
ties of the committee room, and enable
him to rise above the mere wrangles
and strifes of the partisan, and make a
laborious and useful representative of the
Ieople. All the signs point to Camp-U-ll
as the rising political star on the
horizon of the .Eighth District. Bo
insists our excellent correspondent.
It tM.I'.KOI K
A telegram from New York yesterday
announces that Grate Brown, our hon
ored candidate for the Vice-l'resideney,
was taken suddenly with cholera mor
bus at one o'clock, and now lies danger
ously ill at the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
Drs. Steele and Henry are in attend
ance. Carl Schurz was refused admit
tance to the room. We hope the skill
and care of the attending surgeons will
carrv him successfully through the at
tack, and that it will be given us very
soon to chronicle his entire recovery
His life has become of inestimable value
to his countrymen, and we pray that it
may be spared, and that he may hve to
see the full fruition of the liberal policy
of which he is one of the best living ex
to the son-in-law, a dishonest person
who has mysteriously made away with
fifty thousand dollars of the public funds
of Mis-i -ippi, and done various other
I Kid tilings, which it would take too
much space for me to enumerate. It is
not worth while to inquire whether the
son-in-law is right in what he says
agaiust Alcorn, or whether Alcorn is
correct in what he alleges against the
son-in-law. It only happens that
nobody who known Senator Alcorn
believes he would steal at all, and still
less a percentage of fifty thousand dol
lars. The story is absurd and incredible.
THE R1VEK RAILROAD.
date for Kl
I ll aietle &UJ
What the People of Orenburg Have
Done for it They are Elated.
whole mercantile community
go in a body into the County
rnurl-room. and through a chosen ora
tor express public gratitude to our local
law-makers ftv the deduction of seventy-five
per cent, from the "privilege,"
or merchant's tax. It is a premium of
fered to foreign and wholesale trade by
the County Court. It is an augmenta
tion of public wealth; an invitation to
foreign tradesmen to seek homes In
Memphis, and it is also an Assurance to
the people in the country, who finally
pay all taxation, however or wherever
levied, that they can buy goods as cheap
ly in this city as elsewhere in America.
The merchants' tax is now reduced to
one-fourth of the State tax, a reduction
of three-fourths. The merchants should
adopt resolutions of thanks in the hall
of the Chamber of Commerce, and es
pecially distinguish Messrs. Jones,
Walker and Wallace, to whose efforts
and action in this behalf this city owes
so much. .
here in Memphis and in this district,
are indispeusible to the maintenance ot
civilised government. If Curry must be
Sheriff and Lewis Congressman, aud
this city and county turned over to the
tender mercies of Radicalism, then it
were wise to anticipate a possible fact,
for which there is no present rea
son or necessity, that the Democratic
party is extinct. If the name be abhor
rent, and its confession of faith aj
proved, the difficulty may, perhaps, be
c oiiipromised; but the distinctive creed
i.f the Democratic party will never die.
ireelej is quite as imjioteut as was Sen-l.-r
or Grate Brown to effect its dissolu
tion, and if the name be not apjutived,
our neighlKirs may rebaptize it, never
forgetting that it is the same to-day,
yesterday and forever. As to ourselves,
having a fixed system of political opin
ions, properly described by the term De
inocracy, we will employ the word in
defining partisan ties and associations
until a better is devised.
RADII AL1HX H. DESOC BAl'T.
When honest men were masters of
Mississippi there were in the State nine
judicial districts, in which the Judges
were also Chancellors, these officers',
the best and most learned lawyers of the
Commonwealth, Ellet, Harris, Foote,
Malum, Jamagin, etc., were paid two
thousand five hundred dollars each pc
annum. There were nine Attorueys
General, paid each one thousand five
hundred dollars and perquisites, derived
wholly from the purses of criminals.
Such was the judicial system of Missis
sippi when Radicalism seised the reins
of power, dethroning Democracy. There
are now within the confines of Missis
sippi, stripped of more than half its
wealth, fifteen Circuit Judges, each hav
ing a salary of three thousand five hun
dred dollars, and fifteen Attorneys-ieu
eral. each iaid two thousand five hun
dred dollars and perquisites ; aud super
added to these, there are thirty-two
( 'iianoellors at three thousand five bun
tired dollars per head, the costliest lot of
- rub cattle, with rare exceptions, ever
installed in civil or even military office.
The excess of the sum of judicial sala
ries annually paid under the reign of
Radical plunderers over that expended
"hen Democracy was supreme is two
hundred and fiftv thousand dollars. If
such a condition of things may be borne,
it is well to dissolve the Democratic
Iarty, or that party which opposes Rad
icalism. If a tietter name, or one more
significant of the virtues of Democracy
may be found, and empty prejudices
agaiust a word may be appeased, then
let those who choose adopt the new par
tisan nomenclature, and if thieves may
lie expelled from office in Mississippi,
and the supremacy of honest men per
(etuated in Tennessee, there will be
none to complain.
At the corner of Avery and South
streets speeches were made last night
by Mr. Thompson, Rev. Phillips and
lilewis. The two first white, the latter
colored. The gist of Barbour's speech
was that Curry must be elected (since
Barbour's only chance of getting to Con
gress consists in having Curry to count
the votes and manage the elections in
this county). Apologies were made for
"urry's little dodge, by which he pro
poses to pull the wool over the eyes of a
few innocent people on Front street. He
is only a no-party man in the daytime.
At night and in the Loyal Leagues he is
sound to the core as Radical all over as
when he supported Brownlow, as when
he threw his arms about that buzzard
sometimes called the Bald Eagle of the
Mountains, and kissed Bill Stokes.
Dyejmbi'bg, Teks., July 6, 1W2.
Editors Appbai The proposition of
subscribing fifty thousand-dollars to the
capital stock of the l'aducah and Mem
phis railroad was submitted to the vo
ters of the town of Dyersburg to-day
(Saturday), and resulted in au almost
unanimous vote for the subscription.
The vote stood: For subscription 126,
against 2. One of the negative votes
was cast by mistake, leaving, in reality,
but one vote against the proposition.
In addition to this subscription of fifty
thousand dollars by the corporation,
fifty thousand dollars have been raised
by private subscription, making a total
of one hundred thousand dollars sub
scribed to the Memphis railroad by Dy
ersburg aud vicinity.
In the vote to-day the negroes took
little interest, and few were at the polls.
Nor was the vote fully polled. It was
not thought there would be one vote
against the subscription, and as a conse
quence little interest was taken in the
Engineer Meigs has been here several
days, and the road and depot have been
located. Our people are elated with
their prospects, and believe that old
Dyer will enjoy communion with the
outer world in less time than a year.
Yours, etc. mohawk.
. eKo. 1
Ws. SOUTH WORTH is a candste for the
. Legislature lower bourn-; subject to
the riwult of the primary election. Jylil
AT the solicitation ot au
nounce myself a a ca
sent the people of Shelby ooi
house of the next session of I
Tennessee; subject to the
IVmocratle party at the pri
thelX'th Inst. JOHN
WE are authorized, to a
a candidate for the Legislature.
am- as that of
JOHN OVERTON, Jk
resent Shelby cour
of the Legixlalure; BD
the primury meeting o
Idate to rep
lie action of
TAMES M. HARRIS is a candidate to repre-
Ihe Legislature; subject to the action oi me
primary meetings of July 20th. jys
MH.-JAY is a candidate for the lower
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leune-ssee; subject to the result of the pri-
1 1 1 tftl J rm'.ivu ui .... . i, iuol. jj
IN compliance with the wishes of my
friends, 1 announce myself a candidate
tor a seat in the lower boose ot the next Oen
eral Assembly. I respectfully solicit Uie suf
frage of the Democratic voters of Shelby
countv at the primary election on the 2Uth of
July, 1872, assuring them that, whether nom
inated or not, I will work to the best of my
ability for the success of the entire ticket .
jy7 A. B. HAYNKB.
EDITORS APPEAL: You will please an
noance ray name as a candidate to repre
sent shelbv countv in the lower branch of the
next General Assembly of the State of Ten
nessee; subject to Uie primary elecUon of the
20tb Inst. J. W. ELDRIDUE. .
I HEREBY announce myself a candidate
for Representative from Shelby eounty,
outside the city, subject to the action of the
primary meeting on the attth lust.
jyT H. D. GREER.
WE are authorized to announce Simon W.
Green as a candidate for a seat In the
lower branch of the next General Assembly of
the State of Tennessee, from Shelby county,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
party at the primary election on the Juth In
To Seuthern InTeutors for the Week
Ending July 2,
i. Shelbv County In Uie Lower House ol
the Legislature, subject to the result of the
iTimary elections to be held the aith of J uly
Instant. . JyS
THE ARKANSAS FORGERIES.
The Facte of the Case Who the Guilty
Ones are What the King has
to Do with it.
Littlk Rock, June", 1872.
Editors Appeal A slit has been cut
in the curtain concealing "the ways that
are dark and the tricks that are vain" of
the minstrel party, giving the public a
-mint therein and oh. Lord: what a
mess of rottenness: That delectable
party has been accused of corruption,
liribery, thiewng, and rascaluy, but
doubting ones have said "most of those
accusations are without proof." But
now we have the proof, "strong as Holy
Writ." Several clays ago divulged the
fact that nearly one hundred thou
sand dollars of State scrip had been
fisrged, and certain parties were at oee
susoected. Four of them were finally
nabbed Timmons, ex-editor, a shining
light of the minstrel party, and "the
iiandsomest man intthe State," as the
oiiiiilinieiitarv firnuftlt'-nn assertcii,
Kred Krull. a do-inthint: crjngerto the
party. Murphy, a henchmau of our no
lle State printer, ami Johnson, a couu
terpart of Krull. It came about in this
wav. Major Duffie, a leading lawyer,
was approached by Krull, who offered to
ael him tl ee hundred dollars of the
scrip at a certain rate. Duttie offered to
iiuvat fortv-five cents. Krull said he-
would see slmut it. Same day he cam
I iack aud said he would take lorty-tive
eenLs. Dufhe then wanted it m small
p'eces. Krull could not furnish any
smaller. The bargain was made, aud
Duffie jiaid over the money. Before
doing so, however, he went to Cobb,
treasurer, and asked him if that signa
ture was all rurht. "It's as good
w wheat," was the answer. The
next dav DufHe went to Cobb, and
evidentlv smelling a mice with a very
long tail, asked his opinion as to the
-iituiie ess c.f the serin, lie the n pro
nounced it a forgery. Duffle then looked
up Krull, who stated he was only the
agent for Murphy: the latter, when ap
plied to, said be was the asreut for llm
mons. This handsome gent was finally
southt after by the anxious Duffle, -'id
finally refunded nearly all the money
l seventeen hundred and fifty dollars
back. The parties were then arrested.
and several trials hae taken place be
fore Fliciuire Pears. At each of these
trials the public, reporters aud all, wee
Aud now how delicately the JtepubH
''in handles the matter merely notices
the facts of arrest, hinting they aie,
perhaps, innocent, or could be proved so.
Evidently the ring will be brought to
bear to prove the innoce its are innocent.
I wonder how long the Republican and
the ring have known of this affair?
There are quite a ramberof "shining
lights" suspicioned some of them hold
ing high offices. A 'id there is a very
perceptible agitation in the dark waters
of that sink-bole, and if this investiga
tion is pushed by those in authority,
there will be a considerable eclipse visible
on several "shining lights." Now, this
matter is too nasty for even the friends
of the head-lights, and .so a certain
whitewash is being prepared and will be
applied to "all concerned therein."
"Hush money" is circulating freely. In
the name of decency, let the public de
mand a thorough investigation of this
uaety business, and bring all the guilty
.ii ore nuou.
parties to punishment.
A1A ORS A WO AVES.
OEKEKAL A. W. CAIPBEIX,
This gentleman, hitherto confined at
home by the varied duties of an exact
ing profession, has entered actively up
on the congressional race. He "opened
the ball" kf a splendid speech at Cage
Mile, Uywrnnty seat of the new county
of Crockett, on the first Monday of this
month, whieh was well received, and jt
is conceded by our correspondent that
be will be the choice of that couuty in
the convention soon to meet at Hum
i -.id!. The Appeal is not in the in
terest of any man for Congress in the
Mack, who now writes for the 8t.
Ix.uis Democrat, referring to the two
I'uited States Senators frmn Mississippi,
says that Ames, nelier Known to lame
as Ben. Butler's son-in-law than as a
Senator of the United States, attacked
the personal character of bis colleague,
Alcorn, with all the forcible feebleness
which he is capable. He accused him of
personal dishonesty, corruption, fraud
and uncharitableuess, and left h;ni
welterintr in his n oral gore, so to sieak.
Alcorn could do nothing less than defend
himself Krom the attacks of the distiu-
-in-law. He "went tot" Uie
son-in-law as aforesaid, on luewiay
morning, and, unless my knowledge oi
the English language is greatly aencient,
111- left iKa imtirpHMinn that, according to
his judgrrent, the son-in-law was a liar
.. ixiriiciuai , anu a trauo in genet at.
He did not use Mr. Greeley's expressive
noun, but he said that his colleague had
been guilty of saying "that which he
knew was not true." In olden times
this would have provot-ed a tight; now
it oulv results iu a uiuU-al drink and a
friendly greeting. A statmau will fight,
but a son-in-law is a meek and dove-Tike
creature, who finds earth so pleasant
that he Is in no hurry to take the chances
on heaven which to the majority of
sons-in-law will ever remain a distant
land. To sum up the result of the alle
gations made by the Miawippi Sena
tors, each against the other. The son-in-law
is, according to Mr. Alcorn, a
carpet-bagger and a fraud, whom the
jieople of Mississippi did not elect, and
12S.4o3 Track cleaver for mowing
machine; William J. Andrews, Colum
lliSj-PiO Treadle tor sew ing macnines:
Andrew Brill, St. Louis, Missouri.
- l"v Pwuuuic f, it- fnrniill0 ,lru'ka
and slabs from green grasses for fuel anil
other purposes: Charles L. Fleischmann.
V aslnugton. District ot Lolumuia.
128,479 Manufacture of ornamental
earthenware; Charles L. Fleischmann,
ashingtou, District of Columbia.
128.487 Railway rail splices; James
P. Herron, Wilmington, Delaware.
128.488 Railway switch; James P.
Herron, Atlanta, Georgia; assignee to
himself, James S. Xegley, Pittsburg,
Pennsylvania, aud Charles Herron.
Washington, District of Columbia.
128,505 Plow; Robert D. Porter,
Zanesville, Ohio; assignor of one-half
his right to W. W. Iieggett, Washing
ton, District of Columbia.
128,515 Peanut and coffee polisher:
Benjamin F Walters, Norfolk, Vir
ginia; ante-dated June 15, 1872.
128,521 Fruit drier: Judson Allen,
128.529 Washing machine; Richard
Brookes, Fredericktown, Missouri.
128,536 Ore separator; Frederick Ca
zin, Frumet, Missouri.
128,553 Gin-saw sharpener; James
McBride, Lilesville, North Carolina.
128,556 Blotter: Simeon H. Merrill,
Washington, District of Columbia.
128, 5o4 Harvester dropper; KICOKTU
A. Robert. Salisbury. Missouri.
128,571 Mattress and cushion backer:
Thoma.- A. Watson and Alfied H. Phil
lips, Brenham, Texas.
128,575 Axle for vehicles; Charles
Ahrenbeck, Navasota, Texas.
128,585 Stud for attaching bails to
buckets; William Brown and Charles
Stevens, St. Louis, Missouri.
128,012 Machine for roping bark;
Charles Gilpin and James T. Hill, Cum
128,616 Harvester reel; George 6.
Grier, Milford, Delaware.
128.634 Apparatus for grinding har
vester cutters ; John F. Kirkwood aud
Robert G. Kirkwood, Eliicott City, Ma
ryland. 128.635 Force pump; John L. Kitch
en. Fayetteville, Norm Carolina.
128.636 Manufacture of fuel from coal
dust, etc. ; Adrian Kloezewski and De
nutry Mindeleff, Washington, District
128,642 Horseslii'nail-elinher; Wil
liam H. Lyman, Springfield. Missouri.
1 28,645 Stump joint jump-seat; John
D. McAulifT, St. Louis, Missouri.
128,653 Cultivator; Howard L. Pigg,
Knobunater, Missouri : assignor to Wil
liam L. Pigg, same place.
12S,674 I nclined railway; John G.
Taylor. Baltimore, Maryland.
128,676 Fire-kindler case; David W.
Thtunjison, St. Joseph, Missouri.
1 2 (ii4 Sewing machine; Simon W.
Ward well, jr., St. Louis, Missouri; as
signor to himself and G. W. Shaw.
138.685 Cultivator; Charles H. Wat
sou, Washington, District of Columbia.
128.686 Cultivator; Charles H. Wat
son, Washington, District of Columbia.
4962 Treating smoking tobacco; Wes
ley A. Wright, Lynchburg, Virginia:
patent No. 111,712.
Copies of the sjieciflcatiou and accom
panying drawings of any one of the
above patent.- will lie promptly fur
nishes) on receipt of on dollar, by
Messrs. C. S. Whitman & Co., Solicitors
of Patents, Washington, District of Co
lumbia. IKt.IM A MILITARY INSTITl I E.
Tennessee has so large an interest in
the Virginia Military Institute that a
brief account of its distinct character
may not be unacceptable to your read
ers. This is a State institution, founded
and supported by the State of Virginia.
It was in this school that Stonewall
Jackson was a Professor for fourteen
years, and from which he went in com
i.ta.id of the corps of cadets in April,
1861, to electrify the world with his
heroic virtues and military genius. Here
were educated that noble army of
martyrs who fell during our civil war,
among whom were Generals Kodes,
Garland, the two Pattons, the two
Aliens, and one hridred and fifty
others, and here were trained those
skilled soldiers, who commanded regi
ments, brigades and divisions of the
lennessee has been a large patron of
the institution since the war. Among
its most distinguished Tennessee gradu
ates mav be named Captain Patrick
Henry and Clay Staeker, of Clarksville:
Colonel Galloway, of Fayette: General
Humes, of Memphis; E. Mosby, J.
Hopson, J. H. Marath, O. Williamson
and 1 . 1 avlor.
The present eon's of cadets embraces
from Tennessee the following: B. K.
Brown, A. W. Junes, T. Wilbamsou.
J. Winston, T. Graves, G. C. Taylor, G.
T V,w-. John W.loru A It U e......
J. S. Barrow, W. S. Cocke, P. Mitchell
and A. W. Rant, all of whom have just
tse-i i.ieir examinations, the first four
being now members of the senior class,
which graduates next June. The school
lias always lieen kept full, numbering
from three hundred to three hundred and
fiftv cadets, aud has among its', faculty
gentlemen who are well known as schol
ars and men of genius. Commodore
Maury and Captain J. M. Lrooke, for
merly of the Cnited States navy, hold
chairs in the Virginia Military Institute.
For ( oucros-mnn.
B. SOMERVELL, of Tipton, is a candi
date for fonerewi i n this utstrlc t : sub
ject to the action ot the Democratic District
'IX) the voters of the Ninth Congressional
J, District: I announce myelf a candidate
for CongresH in the Ninth Congressional Dis
trict: subject to the action of the Democratic
convention. J. J. DiBOSE.
B LOWENSTEIN & BROS'
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Ladies' Linen Seaside Suits,
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Ladies' Bishop and Victoria Lawn Suits,
Ladies' Pique Suits,
Ladies' Linen Traveling Dusters,
Misses' and Children's Suits,
A Complete 11 no, suitable for all ages.
A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
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S HAWL s,
Which we are now offering at extraordinarily low prices
to announce A. T.
Em.., as a candidate for Cou
rt: subjeel U tne action ot lVinocratlc
Vongrewfonal convention. Jy7
117 E are aulhoriznl
'IV) the Voters of the
A District since the action of
nratic EAfCUtivt t orninittee- Shelbv County,
de-Mguauns, as a mode of nominating a candi
date for Congress a priniury election, to be
held on the 20th July, I havf received so many
renewed i xpresiiiou of the public desire that
1 should announce myself a candidate, that I
?an no louger refuse. I announce inybelf,
therefore, an a candidate for Congress, subject
to the dt-ci.-;tu hi the District "Convention.
Having been appointed a delegate to the Bal
timore CoMA ention, I feel it my daty to Attend,
and iheretre it will not be in my power to be
here bet w.mj this and the election on the 20th.
My in teres Us, therefore, must be confided en
tirely to the hands of those friends who desire
my nomination. i. K. M( KA
IVIOT AND SSHOE MASI KACTI KEK, Ih-ii
Jj lrave to announce to his friends and the
public generally, that he ha removed to th
Iore, So. 17 Jelfi rson Mreai, directly oppo
site his former stand, being the eame recently
occupied aa the Memphis and Little Kock
Railroad ticket office, where be will be
pleased to meet his old customers and all who
may favor hira with their patronage. A full
line of best rmnsjsa marie ssrfc nossslanily
on hand, and for nale at reasonable rates.
TOARI-IUKA Board, Wl per
15 month. J M. K MILLER.
L0X BEAXCH, XEW YORK.
THE nnderigned Is pleaded to Inform bis
friends and the public that his house will
be reopened on the lath day of June for the
seasou. The general exprewed satisfaction of
ay numerous visitors last year lead me to
hope that I shall be patronised again by them.
Therefore no expenses have been aaved to
make the sojourn ax my house as agreeable as
possible. Families and travelers who wish to
favor me with their visit are requested to send
orders for rooms as soon as possible to the
" Arlington Hoii.se," Fourteeuth street, near
Fifth avenue. New York.
ap!9 L. WISE. Proprietor
Morgan County, North Alabama.
Iodine. White and Black Sulphur, Ctael-
ysesic sum wrmmmmmr wi
npH IS celebrated watering place, located In
JL the Switzerland of the Mouth, and which
has been visited by crowds of Invalids during
the last hfty years, but has been closed for the
last few years, is now keopkxkd 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
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Asthma and many
other ailments, which can be seen in oar cir
culars, that will be freely circulated, and for
warded to any one making their wishes
known. We will try to render our guests as
comfortable as possible and our table shall be
supplied with the best the country affords, in
abundance and good style. The scenery Is ro
mantic, and the location healthy.
We will take pleasure In answering all let
ers of Inquiry regarding the riprlngs.
Address, via Decatur,
my!7 J. v.. PAYNTER ft SON.
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
Hon. JEFFEKS0N DAVIS, President.
M. J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President.
WM. M. BROWNE, Secy.
J. T. PETTIT, 2d Yiee-President,
J. H. EDM0NDS0N, Oen'l Agent
EL LETT & PHE1A5, Attorneys,
ASSETS, OVER $1,000,000.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 42 MADISON STREET.
SWEET CHALYBEATE SPRINGS (For
merly Red Sweeti, Alleghany county,
Virginia. These Springs, so long and favora
bly known for their valnabl.- TONIC and AL
TERATIVE POWERS, both as a Beverage
and Bath, have been newly and completely
refitted with convenient and comfortable ac
commodations for too persons. Route, via
Chesapeake and Ohio railroad to Alleghanv
siation, where elegant carnages belonijinic to
the Springs will be In readiness for the visi
tors. Charges H per day and 180 per month.
jn4 J. T. WILSON, superintendent.
IX) Hie Voters of the Ninth Cotureshional
J. District, of Tennessee I announce myself
a cauunliitt jnr toneress, at the election in
ovemb-r next, subject to a convention of
the iemoeratic party, t ftoucu your sun rage
at the primary elections, and the support of
your delegate4 in convention. Respect full v,
" Jy2 T. IL LOO WOOD.
1HEKF HY announce mynMi'a candidate for
Congress in the Ninth Congressional Dis
trict, siibject to the action oi the pnposed
convention. W. i .. DUFF.
OBEKT F. LOONEY is a candidate for
Congress, subject to Uie decision of the
Democratic Convention. ap2S
For State Senator.
are authorised to announce Judge
V? CALVIN JONES, of Fayette, a candi
date to represent Shelby, Fayette and Tipton
counties in the State Senate; subject to the
action of the District convention. JylO
1A M a candidate for the State senate In the
next Oeneral Assembly, subject to the re
sult of the primary elections, July 'Jti, 1&T
Jy7 B. C. BLEDSOE.
myself a candidate
u my In the senate
iubject to the notui-
I HEREBY annov.
to represent shel
of the .next Legislal
natiug "election, .SaU
July 3, 12.
J. M. CREWS.
'HJ Hie people of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton:
X Responsive to the action of the recent
County Convention of Tipton County, and the
request of my friends in Shelby and Fayette, I
announce myself a candidate for senator for
this district in the next General Assembly,
subject to the action of the Senatorial Con
vention. PEYTON J. SMITH
For JsHlce or the Supreme onrl.
IO THE PEOPLE OF TENNESSEE- In re
sponse to the call of many leading citizens
of the State, 1 hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Judge of the Supreme Court,
made vacant by the resignation of Hon. T. A.
R. Nelson. Election Orel Thursday in August
aext. ROBERT Mc FAR LAND.
Morristown, Tennessee. ruh24
fOTHK PEOPLE OF TENNESSEE: In re
f sponse to the expression of a popular de
sire, sufficiently general and Influential to
control my action in the matter, 1 hereby an
nounce myself a candidate for the office ol
ludge of the Supreme Court, made vacant by
the resignation oi Hon. T. A. R. Nelson. Elec
tion first Thursday in August next.
J. B. COOK.
Chattanooga, March 11, 1872. mh!2
Collector on rwvil
J HARVEY MATHEs is the Democratic
. nominee State and Count v Tax-Collector
on Privileges. Je2S
Misses' aud Children's Hosiery Cheaper tliau
OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
CORSETS AND CORSET COVERS
Will be found superior to auy in the market.
IIST E1VDLE JS S
We would ask for special attention to our
Ladies' Underwear Departm't
W hich will be found replete with all the most elegant aud 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.
CHINA AND QUEENS WARE.
For County Tai-t oHector.
ZtEORUE R. POWELL is the Democratic
VT nominee for '1 ax -Collector for Shelby
Chancellor of second Chancery Court.
OAMUEL P. WALKER is the Democratic
C3 nominee lor the office of Judge of the
Second Chancery Conrt. 1u2J
Lloyd, Clarke & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
A Virginia Mountain Retreat
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
MONTGOMERY COCVTY, VA.
THIS delightful summer retreat will be
opened for the reception of visitors on
JUNE 1st, 1872.
It Is situated In the very heart of the AL
LEUHANY MOUNTAINS, only one and a
haif miles from the Atlantic, Mississippi and
Ohio Railroad, and is accemi ble bv means of a
horse-car railway from BIO TUNNEL DE
POT, a ride of ten minutes.
It is within ONE HOUR'S drive of several
other watering-places and small towns. Its
several springs Sulphur, Chalybeate and
Limestone) stand unrivaled for medicinal
An experienced Caterer and first -class Cooks
have been secured, and many improvements
made since last seasou.
A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY,
a Telegraph, Express and PostofBce, Barber
shop, Rath-house, Uilllardrsaloon, Bowling
alleys, beautiful croquet Grounds, and a
.Splendid Brass ami .String Band.
are added to the natural attractions and con
veuieces of the place.
Excursion tickets from Memphis to Mont
gomery White, via Memphis aud Charleston
Railroad from June 1st, $4u 7i.
Terms only MO per month.
For farther particulars, address
myloeod THOMAS WILSON, PropY.
CRAB ORCHARD SPRDiGS,
JTI proved. N
Tekms Board, 8
OTEL accommodations enlarged and !m-
5en ior visitors,
week to July 1st.
week for July and Aug.
imuation to make
Children and servr.n'
With the ability and
Crab Orchard Springs second to no suiumer re
sort in America, we solicit, especially, the pa
tronage of Southerners with their families.
Location Six hours run from Louisville on
111.- Knoxville Branch of L. and N. R. R,
Correspondence is invited with those en
gaged in educational pursuits, with a view of
establishing a Female Seminary at these
Oeneral Thos. H. Taylor Is in charge of the
office, and will exert himself to assure the
comfort aud welfare of oar guMta.
SHELBY fc THOREL, Proprietors,
Ju8 Shelby City. Boyle county , Ky.
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
AND A tOOI If ANY OT1UB
REMNANTS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
LADIEV LISTEX AST D LAWS SUITS,
HISSES AX1 I'HILDREX'S SUITS,
L ADIES' I OEKl EAR,
ERFMRW I SDERWEAR
CO 3VTI NU h!D .
To close our ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK we have made ANOTHER
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
261 aud 263 3Iain Street, corner of Court.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
(iroenbrier Conotj, West Virginia.
FAMOl'S for their ALTERATIVE WATERS
and fashionable patronage, are now open.
They are 2U1U feet above tide-water, affording
entire relief from prostrating summer heat.
Capacity for 2UJ0 persons.
CH ABGE2a $1 per dav and &i per month of 3U
days, GEO. L. PEYTON A CO-
Jul ir .prietors.
We are now receiving
it Large Stock of
Street 3 21.
JIISOVJ PATENT 1'ORCELAIX
For County Trustee.
WILLIAM P. DAY is a candidate for Coun
ty Trustee. Having Ailed the office of
Trustee for mauy years, I would announce to
my old friends that I am again a candidate for
the same position. My previous fldelitv in
office will be mv guarantee iu future. iv2
A WOODWARD Is the Democratic notnl
. nee for the office of County Trustee at
the ensuing August election. jtt23
announce myself as an lndepen-
A dent candidate for Couuty Trustee of
Shelby County. Election August. 1W2.
Jnpe gi, UC2. J ear
A P. CTJRRY announces himself as an ln
. dependent candidate for re-election to
the office of Sheriff of Shelby county. Kl.v
tiou August, 1HT apl3
partnership heretofore existing be-
X tween the undersigned, under the firm
name of Allison Brothers, is thisday dissolved
by niutunl consent, either partv being autho
rized to sign the firm name in liquidation.
We have associated with us In nuslness Mr.
Joseph W. Allison, and shall hereafter conduct
an exclusively wholestde hardware buainesi,
under same firm name as before. Thanking
our Iriends for their very liberal patronage
totne old firm, we solicit Its continuation to
the new. ROBERT A. ALMS' N.
Memphis. Tennessee, July 1, 1872. JyS
And REID'S SLABS JAR with wire and Tin Top. at VEBT LOW PRICKS
AILB Y'S &F FL
I INT C3r S3 i
Xjatidorclalo County, Alabama.
THE HOTEL at this celebrated Watering Place Is now open for the reception of visitors.
The Waters are absolutely unequaled In their healing power over Dropsy. Scrofula
Oyspenata. Dlaeaae of H oinen. and diseases of the Skin and Kldneya. The location
lsln a hill country, near a beautiful rock-bound creek, the air bracing and pure, the scenery
delightful. Billiards, Bar, Ten-Ptns, Mnsie. Promenades, Dancing, and all the fashionable
amusements are abundantly supplied, and the Table ailorus the best of i ountry Fare.
Route, via Memphis and Charleston Railroad to Florence. Stage Line nine miles to the
Board, per day. H: per week, 15; per month, .x.
tor lurtner iniormation, circulars, eic, auuress
ELLIS A CO., Proprietors, or
II. A. .woody, w D., Resident Physician.
THE METALLIC BALING
OfJ-Y CASH will buy one-third Interest In
S0JJ this invention, which will be forced
Into universal use by legislation, as well as by
commercial necessity, dispensing with ties
and bagging, ;md fireproof.
Apply to Colonel L. J. DnPre, Appeal office,
Union street, Memphis, Tennessee.
8. a REMBKRT.
June lth, 1X72. jnM
Notice to Contractors.
Mkmpiiis and Littlk Rock Rau.soad,)
OKKICB Or OKJt'l. Sl'PEKIXTIMlKKT, V
Memnhls. Tenn.. Julv 8. lsTi 1
BIDS will lie received at this office until
Julv nth for ballasting this road with
sand and gravel from Hopeneld to St. Francis
river exclusive of trestlen), a distance of
about twenty-five miles; material to be taken
from the sand-bar opplte Memphis and from
Crow creek, west of St. Francis river.
Furlhe: Information will be furnished on
application at this office.
iy7 A. S. LIVERMORJS, lien! 8upt.
11 fE have this day i
Tf busineas as w holesale Grocers and Cot-
wih us in our
ton t actors, at our old stand, SB Front street,
Mr. Robert It. SpUluian. late of Godwin A
spillmun, Lee Block.
Late of Rogers A Toaei
C. F. DANDBHXiK,
Late of Dnndridge, Mitchell A Co.
R. It. SPILLMAN,
Laie of (Wwiu A spillman.
Rogers, Dandridge & Co.,
.uauisou iJimnri, uut ivriauii.T nit pw- wllo hag no impj,
pie could not err in binding the brow of the constituency which he
General Campbell with the congres- represent;
t-ciit . and Mr.
AND WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
3X3 n1 Jleniphta. Team.
wk orrcit roif sale
FLOI K, HACOJi, IXltD,
WHITE FISH, MOLASSlJS,
WIM IVh I IIII7IU
! A4 a Complete Assortment o7('ac;0U.
, ..x. v,ul.u.. oi til. WLMIA wauu. IUCIV. lW.il L.
if V premises, corner of Main and Scale
jXX streets. South Memphis, fronting H feet
on Main, 177 feet on Beale and 117 feet on Mul
berry street, with all improvements, tene
ments acd fixtures thereon,-! offer for lease for
the term of five years, with privilege of re
newal. Call upon my agent, Major H. L. Oulon, for
all need nil details.
June lilst, 18R. 8. McMANtTS.
THE NEW WARREN HOUSE
THIS large and commodious Hotel, contain- !
ing Hfty two rooms, has Just been com- I
pleted, and is now being newly and elegantly I
furnished. It will be ready for the reception
of visitors by the -nth of June.
Being located in th Mountain Distrir! " '
of Tennessee (by many called the " Swltser
land of America"), Its advantages cannot fail
to attract the attention of those who are seek
ing comfort, pleasure or health. The snr
ronnding scenery Is beautiful, the air pure
and bracing; the fare will be excellent, and
sulphur water of the finest medicinal charac
ter will be supplied frsh every morning.
To those having families, it may not be im
proper to state that McMiunvtlle contains
good schools and churches; and the teacher
of Music, Drawing and Painting resides In the
Being easy of access by r-.:lway to all parts
of the country; having daUj communication
with all the world by mail and telegraph, and
being kept equal to any hotel in the Stale,
private families or transient guests will al
ways find the u New Warren House' a most
pleasant, healthful and attractive snmrter
BOOTS SHOES HATS.
1873 SUMMER TRADE 1872
HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL.
w lioloaalo TJoalors
BOOTS, SHOES & HATS
So. 329 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS.
Have jnst received Larsre Additions to their Stock, whieh is now
complete, and suitable for the season. We solicit the trade ot
HERCHATTS ONLY. Goods on orders suaranteed to suit.
Terms per month
Terms per week , ,
ierms per uay
R. H. MASON,
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE.
" Siidille Horse,
onH, Carriages and Hn
able terms. Also, a d
Mluuville to Heernh
turn of travt
on the most reaoou
itly stave line from Mc
ba for tue accoiDtnoda-
wul run in connec
tion with the railroad. Careful and trnsty
drivers furnished with all vehicles, when
wanted, GRLSWOLl & UOLVHIN.
RUSH TO THE SOUTHERN PALACE
OUR COMPLETE RETAIL STOCK,
GUT&BROKEN DRY GOODS
Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Gents9 Furnishing Goods, Etc.,
MUST BE SOLD OUT IN 1 FEW DATS
CHICKASAW IRON WORKS,
HANDLE & HEATH,
98, 100, 102, 104 and 106 Second Street,
AND 49 AND 01 WINCHESTER STREET.
Manufacturers of Machinery, Steam Engines, Saw-Mills, Horse-Powers, Shafting, Couplings
Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes, etc., and also manufacturers and proprietors of Heath's
Patent Weil Auger. County and State KlgUts for sals.
AGRICULTURAL CoUod Pr o, Gin Gearing, Pinions, Segments, Gudgeons, Bolts, etc.
HOUSEWORK Columns, Lintels, Bilks Gratings, Ventilators, Sash Weights, etc.
All kinds of Steamboat, Railroad and general repairs done on short notice. Orders for brass
us oi wrouitnL iron wora sonciu u. .ai: i;uu
This Gin, of light d
pie, and will pick m
amount of seed cotto;
any other gin. It dot
choke, is simple m i
liable to get out of oni
It) I a good rule to 1
fast to what has been
the purpose for whlc
claimed for Pratt's -practical
lift, makes a good sam
rre 11a t from tin- same
i, and in It'ss time than
s not break the roll nor
s construction and not
ry all things and hold
approved, and answers
a It Is made. This is
tin, and admitted by
have used it.
l kiimn i
for old brass, copper and scrap Iron.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
Alcorn ia, according
Lauds Forfeited for Taxes Since
I AM UiUday in receipt of the list of land
forfeited to the stale foi taxes since the
year Woo, Inclusive, and I am prepared to re
ceive all back taxes and costs due upon lands
sold in Shelby county since that date, incln
tve. Those claiming lands forfeited since
that date may redeem Uiem on liberal terms,
as per act of the recent Legislature. Those
who do not redeem within forty days from
dale, will have bills flhtl against them, us the
Her. Oom. 8. C.
Office No. It Circuit Court Building, corner
Union and siecond streets. Jui
UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP.
CTJBBINS & GTJNN,
160 and 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
ManufAoturors of IVXa.ol3.iju.ox-7-,
Steam Engines, (saw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting, Couplings, Pullers, Hangers, Boxen, etc
AGRICULTURAL. I HOUSE WORK.
Cotton Presses, Cotton Uln Gearing, Pinions, Columns, Lintels. Sills, Gratings and Venti
Megments, Gudgeons, Bolts, etc. lalon, etc.
f Wtsaissasnt worst dane pr
Orders for Brass and Iron Castings and all kinds of Wrought-1 1 on Work solicited.
Steam Engines and jfachinery
made by Talbott A Sons, Richmond, Virginia,
for sale. These eogineit, with the latest Im
provements and of superior workmanship,
have taken the premium over all others at
fairs where they have been exhibited.
Orders for glnH. engines, machinery and gum
bands promptly nlled. Gins repaired by a
skillful ginrighu Address Memphis, Tenn.
j u l.j w Agen
niel Pratt, Talbott A Sous
SOMETHING entirely new and simple.
Call at K. G.Talg A to. 'sand examine
tH'fore purchasing any other. One will be
run at the Memphis Ginnery this week: In
quire how it performs. Mr. J. E. Du Bois,
from Mobile, Alabama, will be with us for ten
'lays, and taken pleasure In explaining the
merits of tbeuDui3ols Uln." This Is the
forty-ninth year of this Gin V history, and has
been Improved and patented, from time to
time, until it now has no equal, and now
-leaks tor Itself.
VV BOIS A CO., Mobile, Ala.
R. G. CRAIG A CO., Agents.
Jyll diw Memphis, Tennessee.
Without fall, as we are now concru Ung.arrnrements toward makinsr th" change in oar
ncss to an
EXC'I-raiVJE WHOLESALE HOUSH.
We are therefore Selling onr Retail Stock at
Less than New York Cost.
not IF 11 to C?,ll
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, THEIE1T
SAVING FROM 25 TO 50 PER CENT.
On your Furoliases.
Will find It to their advantage to calf at the Southern Palace, as they will And large quantities
of goods in our Retail Department, which we will sell at less than Now York cost, pnor to
making a change to an exclusive wholesale bossnesm
D. C. & H. Me LOEWENSTINE
S017THERX PALACE. 332 MAIN STREET.
WmSfflP IMPROVED SIN,
Unrivaled for light draft, fast ginning, clean
ing of seed and sample. Price U per saw.
O O TTO isr muss
The most convenient, substantial and popular
press In use. Price SW, complete;
without box, W0.
Gta axd Puss uoAiurroD.
TAYLOR, RADFORD &
retlea tafton A CesnaMM X
No. la Moxbux
WHOLESALE HARDWARE - IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS
IMPORTERS AND EXCLUSIVE
WHOLESALE HARDWARE MERCHANTS,
17 Union Street, Memphis, Te
Having changed our
steer 1 and solicit the
to exclusive wholesale, we now offer, to
larae and com nlete stock eg Fore On.
geut .ui goou uiercaants buv.iiK if'-is in . ur ,1.
Special altrntlon gives to rilling Onsen.