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W. II. MOORE,
A (SENT FOE TUB
iETNA LIFE INS. CO.,
OF HARTrORD. CONN.,
Cash Assets over SIO.OOO.OOO
HOME FIEE INS. CO.,
OF COLUMBUS. OA..
flash Assets, $414,461 52!
Tlx o State
rn-rrcm THTOTTT A TiWV f!fi
IfiitliJ llMOUIUiiWU Wsf
OF NASHVILLE. TENN..
flanllal. ... - 5200,000!
GERMAN NATIONAL BASK.
J J. DoBOSE, Editor-
J. HARVEY MATHES, City Editor
E. WHITMORE, - Bcsiskss Masaokr.
Office. No. 13 Madiwon HtrcMt.
Tnasdny ETenlngx. Angont 10. IH9.
THE OLD PARTY.
The name Democracy is a tower of
strength in the land, from the frozen
shores of Maine to the more genial
climate of Florida. Everywhere this
parly ihibboleth ia the battle cry of the
trne men, who have never faltered from
the responsible duties of citizens, what
soever the demand might be. Now it is
proposed, by some shallow-brains, to
throw the name overboard, and in its
stead substitute that of Liberal.
And why, forsooth, would it be required
of us to bury the name Democritf
Only, as we can conjecture, that these
Universal Suffrage men may have some
excuse for their treachery and desertion
from the ranks of the Democratic party.
The State was carried, after all, without
indorsing the negro, and our disabilities
were removed without compromis
ing principles, or honor. Oar feet,
to-day, is upon the rock of truth,
where we have stood since the
surrender of the Confederate armies.
In our course we have not swerved to the
right or the left, but have gone straight
head, upon principles that we beleived
and upon which we thought the country
could only real secure. The policy of the
campaign as chalked out by the Lidgir
has been nursued throughout the State,
dleas of the efforts of some to make
it now appear as a Universal Suffrage
victory. The great point gained was
the election of a Democratic Legislature,
which would have all the power of re.
oreanizine the State opon Democratio
constitutional principles. The thing has
been neatly done, and we are not sur
prised to see these short-sighted jour
nalists of the Avalanche and the Nash
ville Banner endeavoring to find some
hole to creep into. If Uuiversal Suffrage
was the great and, in fact, as they say,
the only issue in the canvass, why ia it
that Democrats all over the State pre
ferred to vote for Democrats, and
lid do so, and did elect them in
preference to the Senter Universal
Suffrage candidates? If we read the re
turns correctly, it cin be discovered that
the two Crownlows were most inglori
eualy defeated, and they are known to
have advocated Senter and Suffrage.
Right in our own midst, why is it that
our friends preferred to support Msjor
Townsend, Sam Jones and Cubbins in
preference to Low, the poor Suffrage
candidate? Why did not the Avalanche
aupport Mr. Low if he was clearly the
candidate on the same platform with him,
when it was not presomeable that the
' nominees of the D.mocratic-Conserva-tive
ticket would support such imposi
tion upon the people of Tennessee ? No,
the endeavors of these journalists to
produce the impression upon the public
mind, that Universal Saffrags has been
indorsed by the people of this State, ia a
stupendous farce, which only excites the
hissing of every honest and sensible
man in the community. What will be
the course pursued by these newly
elected legislators upon the Fifteenth
Amendment? Is it supposabl that
these Domocratic members will indorse
it, as might be presumed by these
Africanized gentry ? We think not; but
they will put upon it the condemnation
seal of Tennessee, to show to the world
that we do not willingly accept the issue
therein involved; and should we in the fu
ture be forced to acqiiec9 in tha infa
mous outraee.that we do so onder protest.
The Democratic party is the only great
national party that opposes Radicalism,
and we shall still continue to act wi;h it ;
and every true man of the South will
give in his adhesion to its principles-
The efforts of the Banner and the Atil
anche to create a new ere'ional organi
zation, to be called a Liberal party, should
and will meet the condemnation of a ma
jority of the citizens throughout the State
The National Democratic party oppose
Universal Suffrage, and will contione to
do so as long as there is hope of defeating
Til r BENT FXIISE rSDEB THE
CIR I MHTASi'F.H.
The editor of the Appeal, in endeavor
ing to excuse himself from the charge
made on yesterday that he had very
latterly been a warm advocate of impe
rialism, says he was a tool then, bnt since
baa learned better. We would like to
loow if this Solomon q jill-driver has
found out that be was once a fool how it
is he is not one sti'.l. Bat to break his
kesdlocg leap over the Lirmti cfE;e, he
states further, as an excuse, and goes on
to remark in the same connection:
If the present editor will look a little
f vfoi:y to what we actually did say in
the Lsdoir rather than trust his jmpres-
inns on the surject, we ium .
Cnj n. hnnt u consistent as it is re
quired by the custom of the day one
Now. if the editor of the Appeal is
disposed to be as honest as the custom of
the day, we would inform nim mat ne is
a long way on trom nnsiiauiijr, emu,
a preacher, should not tie anowea
nrav in Dublio.
This ex-minister and ex-imperialist
doesn't covet the reputation of being as
consistent as the best, but is as much so
as is rcauired by custom. Well, that
will do. The excuse, we presume,
The General Assembly.
The following is a complete list of the
Senators elected, and a partial list of the
Vlrat District Johnson. Carter. Wash
ington and Sullivan : P. P. C. Nelson,
HnlTrAffa Renuhlican. re-elected.
Second District tlawKins, nan cock
and Jefferson : D. P. Green, Conservative-
Third District Greene, l'ocue, e-
vierand Blount: L. F. Self, Conserva
tive. Fourth District Claiborne, Union,
Grainger, Anderson and Campbell:
Palmer, Suffrage Republican.
f ilth District unox ana itoane: J.
P Lnttrell. Conservative.
Sixth District Morgan, Cumberland,
Scott, Fentress and Overton: (i. W.
Keith, Senter republican, re-eieeteo.
Seventh District Meigs, Usoiinn,
Pojk and Monroe: J. M. Clementson,
Eighth District Khea, Bledsoe, tfrad-
lev. Hamilton. Marion and Sequatchie:
A. A. Pearson, Suffrage Republican.
Ninth District White, Jackson and
Macon : D. W. Hawes, Conservative.
Tenth District Smith and sumner:
Balie Peyton, Conservative.
. . . na T-v
Eleventh District wnion ana ue-
Ealb: Favor Caion, Suffrage Republi
Twelfth District Rutherford ant Wil
liamson : D. M. McFall, Suffrage Repub
lican. , .
Thirteenth District Bedford and Mar
shall : Edmund Cooper, Conservative-
Fourteenth District Warren, Cannon,
Coffee, Grondy and Yaa Buren: Asa
Fifteenth District f ranklin and Lin
coln : A. C. Martin, Conservative.
Sixteenth District Giles, Lawrence
and Wayne: Jonathan Morris, Conserva
Seventeenth District Maury, Hick
man and Dickson: Jesse Eason, Conser
vative. Eighteenth District Davidson : Henry
Nineteenth District Robertson, Mont
gomery and Stewart: John S. Hart,
Twentieth District Benton, Hum
phreys, Perry, Decatnr and Henderson :
Dorsey B. Thomas, Conservative. .
Twenty-first District Hardin, Mc
Nairy and Hardeman : N. A. D. Bryant,
Twenty-second District Obion, Hen
ry and Weakley: Emerson Etheridge,
Twentv-third District Gibson. Car
roll and Dyer: W. M. Hall, Suffrage Re
publican. iwenty-tourtn District Lauaeraaie,
Madison, Haywood and Tipton: D. C.
Twenty-fifth District iayette and
Shelby: John Cubbins, Conservative.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Carter and Johnson J. W. M. Gray
Greene. Hawkins. Hancock and Jef
ferson Major Kenney, Conservative.
Koox and Sevier W. tt. Mcuatn,
Anderson and Campbell tiunley,
Polk, McMinn and Meigs J. L
Khea, .Bledsoe, Hamilton and Se
quatchie A. L. Spears, Suffrage Re
Smith, Sumner and Macon 1 nomas
Davidson, Robertsoo, Montgomery and
Cheatham R, B. Cheatham, Conserva
Rutherford and Bedford Dr. L. Rus
Lincoln, Marshall and Giles J. J.
Williamson and Maury W. U .Neil
Beoton and Humphreys 4. it Harris,
Perry and Decatur T. M. Brashear,
Carroll, Gibson, Madison and Henry
J. Roacb, Suffrage Republican.
Dyer and Lauderdale Dr. Tyndal,
Tipton, Fayette and Shelby H. R.
Anderson P. C. Wallace, Conserva
Blount J. L. McConnell, Radical.
Bedford Jas. H. Neil, Conservative.
Bradley Henry Brown, Radical.
Campbell J. H. A gee.
Carter Stemp, Radical.
Claiborne Willonghby, Conser
Cannon Wm. Barton, Conservative.
Coffee R W. Catey, Conservative.
Carroll B. A. Ealoe, Suffrage Repub
Davidson B. S. Rhea and I. D. Wal
DKalb Danlap, Conservative.
Dickson A. D. Nicks, Conservative.
Franklin B B. Knight, Conservative.
Fayette C. J. Tucker, Conservative.
Grainger J. D. Curl, Comervative.
Gibson Bryant, Conservative.
Giles E. W. Rose, Conservative.
Hancock Baker, Conservative.
Hawkins Jas. White, Conservative,
Hamilton E A. James, Conservative
Hardeman Rosson, Conserva
- Goodman, Con-
Henry J. S.
II ay wood J,
. Long, Conservative.
. W. Clark, Conservative.
M. Fleming, Conserva-
Lawrence W. T. Nixon, Conserva
Lincoln J. M. Bright, Conservative.
McMinn J. B. McElwee, Soflrage
Marion W. J. Kelly, Suffrage Repub
Monroe Jesse F. Owen, Suffrage Re
Maury W. Wilson. Conservative.
Montgomery J. G. Hornberger, Con
Marshall A. A. Steele, Conservative.
McMairy S. L. Warren. Conservative.
Madison D. LL King, Conservative.
Obion Dr. Bovett, Conservative,
Roane D. F. Harrison, Conservative-
Robertson W. K. Sadler, Conserve
Rutherford Joseph Dillin, Conserva
Stewart W. A. West, Conservative.
Sumner J. T. Baber, Conservative.
Sevier Lvman, Conservative.
Sullivan John Slack, Conservative
Smith Jones. Conservative.
Shelby S. H. Jones, H. Townsend,
Union James Ledgerwood, Conserva
tive. Wilson G. H. Glenn, Suffrage Repub
lican ; A. W. Cox, Conservative.
Warren S. 8. Colville, Conservative
White Geo. P. Huntington, Cooserva
Williamson Atha Thomas, Conserva
Washineton W. 8mith. Conservative.
Weakley W. B. Caldwell, Conserva
The Banner says: "It will be seen
that only two Senators of the last General
Assembly Messrs. Keith and Nelson,
both liberal Republicans were re
elected. Nor does the name of a single
Prosnrintionist aooear on the list. The
Stokers are evidently not wanted in the
Senate. Only some five er six extremists
were elected to the Honse. There is a
fair sprinkling of Suffrage Republicans,
but Conservatives are largely in the ma
LATEST TO ROOH TO-DAT.
Dispatches to the Southwestern Prsss
Niw York, August 10. The President
and Secretary Fish left last evening for
In the Superior Court, Judge Cardase,
yesterday, delivered an opinion in the
case of certain oarties. asainst the Mer
chants' Union Express Company, argued
before him three months since, denying
the application to remove Mr. Allen, the
Receiver, and appoint a successor.
The steamboat St- John, on her up
ward trip, Saturday night, collided with
collier just above the Highlands. Ibe
shock was quite severe, throwing the pas
sengers out of their berths. Fortunately,
the steamer received little damage.
The Siamese twine arrived last even
.Brick Pomeroy intends to run for State
Senator next winter-
A meeting of the railroad managers
was held in Boston to-day to take action
relative to competition in freight to
the West. Among other measures taken
on the Susquehanna railroad war was the
issue here of orders to sheriffs along the
line of road to enforce a decree of court
and assist Fisk in his duties as receiver.
Similar action was taken at Albany. The
upshot of the whole case at present is
that the Albany party have the most men,
but the Fisk party, thus far, have been
the most successful, as their Superinten
dent is running the road.
The Sun's correspondent has had an
interview with Jahn Qaincy Adams. The
latter will accept the Democratic nomi
nation for Governor of Massachusetts if
nominated, though he does not desire it
He approves of Secretary Fish's foreign
policy, but does not favor territorial ex
pansions. He thinks the Democrats will
soon control the Southern States, that the
Fifteenth Amendment is invalid, that
signs of dissolution are apparent in the
Republican ranks, that the Democrats
should accept negro suffrage and other
inevitable results of the war, and nomi
nate John T. Hoffman for President.
Dr. Goldmarck, whe was implicated
n the revolutionary affairs of 1848, and
who some time ago returned to bis native
land, has entered into contract with the
Hungarian Minister, for the defense of
the country, for the manufacture of ten
million cartridges for the Hungarian
The steamer Germania, which left
hereon the 31, was lost off Cape Race
with 60,000 dollars in specie.
CiifCisHATi, O , August 10. The case
of General Young, Supervisor of Internal
Revenue, is now in progress in this city.
The doors are closed to reporters. There
are rumors abroad that fourteen charges
have been preferred against the Super
visor; that General Yonng demanded the
privilege of baviog the testimony pub
lished, but the demand was refused. A
threat, it is said, accompanied the re
fusal, that in oase a reporter was present,
Young would be denied the privilege of
cross-examination. A phonographic re
porter has attended all sessions ef the
Examining Board, but it is understood
the report he is preparing is for the nse
of the Commission. It is rumored also
tbat on being refused permission to have
the testimony published. Young prepared
a dispatch to Mr. Dlana, asking the
privilege of publication, the dispatch
he offered the Board to be sent by them
They not only refused to send it, but
ould not allow xoung to send it.
Assessor Sbaw, of the Second District,
is to come in next for nit share, ibe
exact nature of charges is not known.
Madrid, August 5. A fresh conspira
cy has been discovered in this city.
Numerous arrests have been made, in
cluding seventeen gen darmt. Thirty
arrests have taken place at Burgos. The
leader of the Carlist bands in Leon has
been taken prisoosr and shot.
Kev York Cotton Augutt 10, 11 a.tn.
Lower grades are in more request for ex
port contracts; for future delivery,
strong, and the principal feature in the
market Sales at all ports yesterday,
28j ; do. receipts, 267 ; receipts at New
... Uood Ordinary -
-J'.V Low Middling
Oood ilid llint M'X Uood Middlini
Ordinary TPi Ordinary .
Oood Ordinary .SO I Oood Ordinary 3"'-$
Low Middlint .nxi Low Middlin
Middlini ', Middlinr .. M
Oood Middlini M Oood Middlinf -34
Kew York Money Auguil 10, 11 a.rt.
Governments are stesdy with no material
change. Sterling Exchange dull at 110
for sixty-day bills. Money on call 8 per
cent. Gold carrying at 3 per cent, with
a dull market.
Bond, of 11 1:4 17
14 L -4 IM-'i Bond..
. 12 PaJifit&ii
Tb friend, and aofualntaneaa of Jamas and
Kllcii llomtn are rtMtfullr Invited to attend
the funeral of tha latter I root the rMidanse of
hrrha band, Robln.oa slroat, to Calvary
Oom.tory, lo-murrow morales at nine o'olook,
Porviooi at St. P.t.r'l chiroh.
' Special Notices.
Positively Ho Cure, Bo Pay. Tha follow
lnc diseases are warranted oured by the use of
" Dr. Forrest Co. 's Junlp.r Tari" Couih
Croup, Hoarseness. 8ora Throat, Spitting of
Blood, Aithma, Bronohitii, Lung Diiaasas,
Sorofula, Ulosrs, Old Borss, Erysipelas, Pains
and Soreness in the Breast. Back or Limbs,
Absoesiea, Boms and Wounds, Piles, Itch,
Bora Feat or Joints. Tetter, Scald Head, Milk
orust, Earache, Toothache, Catarrh in the Kyas
or Bead, ordinary Deafness and Gathering in
N. B. The only tannine and original article
has yellow labels, with white naprlnted wrap
per, suoh as has bean in uie far six years. Take
no other. Try it; if not satlfli.d, return the
empty bottles aad your money will be re
funded fifty cents.
GOODT EAR A FALLS,
139-1 Whalesola Aunts. 281 Main St.
Hit Pnra. Ka P.v ! Itana'a Tonie Rvrnn
euros I'nius ana ever, or money reianaea.
Sold by M. KOBE, 7 Main street, 13V-T
The Esaling Pool. An essay for youag man
on the crime of selituda, snd the disaases and
abuses whioh ereata impediments to marriage,
with sure means of relief. Sent in sealed letter
envelores, free of charge. Address, Dr. J.
Bkillin Houghton, Howard Asaooiation, Phil
adelphia, Pa. - 73-150
Attention, Sir Knights.
THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS
of Cyrena Commandery No. 4 will YY
ning. AouuBt 11, at 3 o'clock, to attend the
funeral of eur late Sir Knight and Oenaralia
imo, H. P. Woodward. The Sir Koishts will
anpear in full drem regalia. All visiting Sir
Knight, are fraternally invited.
Jy command 01 joun .em, c. iommanaiog.
N. J. WIQiN. Reorder.
THE MEMBERS OF LGLIA SCOTT
Lodge, No. 2K9, are notified to attend a
Special Communication, at So'clook p.m., to
morrow, 11th instant, at the hall of ttoath
Meinphi. Ledge, ta attend the funeral eere
monies of onr lata Brother Junior Wardaa, H.
All Muter Masons, in good standing, are
fraternally raauented to participate with ns in
paying this tribute f r'speot to oar late
brother. R. W. MUOliELL. W. M.
A. frTURM, secretary.
AS THE RESPECTIVE FRIENDS OF
.Tnhn D. Elliott. William Elliott and John
6. Adams, Pre.idant of the Memphis and Ar
1 1 . i ' r
I.QIH I I V Or rnUBWfc V U IIJ J , ..w un.u
tled, to the satisfaction of all parties, the trade
in White river, by giving to the Elliott Bros.
TniH. nf ah waaIt to leave MemDhu. and
said John D. Adams Thursday snd Satu-day of
each week. A. M. BOYD,
Aarnt . ltyy. ihu-tj- t. r mw,
a. J. MoCAHU Y,
COAL AND WOOD,
OFFICE 247 SECOND ST. (BETWEEN
Court and Jefieraon), has for sale the beet
Pittsburg coal and the best quality of seasoned
eord wood. . 140 9 7
ON ACCOUNT OF MY BAD HEALTH I
have relnct.nt v been compelled to with
draw from the firm of Kelloirs 4 Kimball, 414
Maia street. Mr, Kellogg will oontlnue the
business of groceries, feed, etc. at the old
tand, and I very cheerfully request my frienda
to extend to him their patronage.
Aug. 10. 140 148 WM. F. KTMBALL.
Confederate Soldiers' Picnic
J ames' Park Aug. 81.
THE REFRESHMENT AND MUSIC
Committee, are now open to tha reception
ol bid. tor privilege, and aervicea, until tha
1Mb of August, wben partiea making tne same
will ha notified ef their receotion or rejection.
The privilnies of the ground will be let to tha
highest bidder, and the servioe. of maiiciane
accepted at the moat reasonable rate. Two
privilege, on taa ground will oe let out (to
parties so renting having the right to establish
as many stands as may suit them) and are
known as bar and restaurant; tbe former .oil
ing brandies, whiskies, wines, ales, beers,
lemonade, tobacco and cigars ! the latter, eat
ahiea. Aonfeciona. fruits, soda water, ioa
oream. and lemonade no liquors being in
olnded. Parties making bids for the rights of bar or
restaurant will addres. " Hefre.hment Com
mittee of Confederate Picnic," care Appeal
office; and those for mnaic, "Musio and
Urouna uommittee," care ledger omoe.
VI order ot ricoic uonimittee.
H. J1QODE, Chairman.
F. L. J 1X19. Seo-etary 140 eod-144
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between Virgil V. Moore and Ed
win Whitfield, nnder the atyle of Moore. Whit
field k Co , i. diaaolvei, to dale from the 1st
inst., oocasioned by the death of Mr- Whitfield
ia January last. Tha business of said firm
will be settled by me.
VIKUIL, V. M'JUrIB,
August 9, 1839. surviving Partner,
IV o v Firm,
VIRSIL V. HOOIK,
Late Moore, Whitfield A Co.
Of F.Lane A Co.
WE, THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVE THIS
day associated ourselves together fr the
purpose of transacting a
Cotton Factorase and General
Under tha style and Arm of
LANE, MOOHE Sc CO.,
To date f'om the 1st Inst. OftVa.No.l Howard's
Row, formerly occupied hy Moore, Whitfield A
Co. Y. LANK.
HO-9-7 V1HH1I V. MUUHN.
Mississippi Taller Navigation
Co. of the South and West.
J. T. SWAtXE. - President.
BOOKS FOR THE SUBSCRIPTION OF
stock to the above aaiaed Company are
now open at their office,
HO. 13 JEFFERSOS STREET,
Where all persons de'roa of .ubeeribing to
the napitml stock, in lands or money, are re-
Qae.ted to oeii.
A. D. WITHFRSPOON. Agent.
M em ph is. AB.o.t 10. Mi 140-t
I A. JV X SALE.
HEX DERSOX COTJ9TT, KT.,
Uy rurllo Drawing,
Authorised by the Kentucky Legislator.
Capital Prlie, 150,000 Od.
SHALLEST FBI Z
DRAWIVO TO TAKE PLACE AT MA
Mnie Temple, Louiavill. Keatoeky. bp
Rend for ticket, to either of the following
Agent, whe will also lurnish pamphlets, at.,
giviag dMsrriptioa efth property t
L. fl LTNK. Farme'a' Bank, Henderson. Kv.
&. B. ALKWNDKR. Commercial Sank,
Lnui.vi-le, K y.
JOHN C. LA TiTAM. Pr-aldeat Bank Hp-
kiniville. Hopinvill. Ky.
JMt L.. liALLAji, commercial Bank,
Padeci, Ky. .
B. (. THOM AS, Lexington. Ky.
U' u TVI..R rl.nihiini. W 9.
A.l. REVNAi(D. Mempbu. Ne. 4 Howard's
GRAND Xl CIVIC
TO BE QIVF.N BY THE
At .Tames' Park,
On Saturday, Aug. 21.
Memphis & little Bock Ballroad.
rvN AND AFTER MONDAY NEXT. rB
J ln.t.. trains will leave aa follows
Coanlaia; Kaat Leave Forest City, 6 a.m. J
Arrive at uopeneia, w.aw .in.
Going? We Leave Hoaefleld. S:SO p.m.l
Arrive at x oroai viiy, f p.".., : . .,
Ferryboat leaves foot of Union street at S p.m.,
Omniba.es always on hand to eonvey passen
gers w ana iron iu noau
B. D. WILLIAMS.
General Agent and Superintendent,
August 7, 1H6B. 188-t
Memphis & Little Kocfc Ballroad.
' T HsMliaosa and Utile Bok i
doing Went Leave Eopefiold, daily, at
Cotnlaia; East Leaves Forest City, 6 a.m.
Ferryboat leaves foot ef Union street.at Sp.m
Ne trains on Sunday.
B. D. WILLIAM8,
138 t General Agent and Superintendent.
WHITMORE & CO.,
Proprietors tt tbt
No. 13 Madison street,
BE DAILT EXECUTING ALL KINS
U A STTL1
Cnappreachable In tbls Market
THAH ALL COMPETITORS.
Oar old patrons know aad appraeiat) the
above fiaoU, aad all we ak ef others I tot
GIVE UrJ A TRIAIil
TO CASH BUYERS.
Our Entire Stoclr or Summer Good
WILL BK BOLD AT
Wo are sletermlned not to too itnderjeiold toy any
House in the City.
To Secure Bargains, tali Early.
WALKER, BROS. & CO.,
8SO Main St. (Clay Sulldinsr.)
OEGILL BEOS. & CO.,
3 : 'I - IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Now. 31U and SIS Front Street.
MEMJPIIIS, - -
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 07
Foreign and Domestic Hardware.
WE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OP ALL OUR FOREIGN GOODS. WBPURCHASB
onr Dementia Good, from the manufacturers. W. ar. en.hl.rl tj niT.. ..ivsntan.
to the trade. We are Sole Agent in Memphia
Osillet 8(el-Brnta Cotton Gin ; also,
jnarrin vrm creaur celebratoa Fire and Bnrg-Iar Proof af,
SorgtaaniSIIlIa, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wbeiat and Corn Mllla,
And aiaiiy other artloles too antnerons to mention. Asrlraltarat Implements in great variety.
.vuvu imuww oidh, jiuu, iHvvuiDi vbr i iu . . , u.niDir, tt u.ac xuresDors. etc.
ar TERMS CASU. OH SHORT blTY ACCEPTANCE. iu",n0'
B. K. PLAIN,
ILb IT IZE
ohmgles, Laths, Doors,
CORKER OATOSO AWD WECUWD WTBEKTS. . ri3S-12J . HEMtPHIS. TBNN.
O JT MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN,
ON THE 30TH DAY OF JUNE, 1869.
THE NAME OP THE COMPANY IS THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE In
surance Company. The Company being purely mutual, has no capital stock. The asset,
of the Company are as follows :
casn on band and in liana...... -................J 31,(6 ffl
In hands of Asenta and in tr&aait - 13,488 fij
Real Kstate unincumbered.......... ....
Bends ownesl br tha ConDiar. vis :
United States Registered fire Twenties
united btates uoupon. tnar value).
Wisconsin Six Per Cent, (par Taluc).
Premium . ....
Loans on Bond and Mortmse, being first
bered neai Estate, wortn double tne
Premiums due, new work..
Premiums due, unreported renewals
Premium Notes -..............-.................
Inlereat accrued thereon.
Deferred Premiums, semi annual and quarterly-
Offioe Fixtures..... ...
Total Assets...v .
Losses adjusted and due
Losses in suspense awaitms Droof...MM......
Dividend of surplus declared and not paid."
All other claims against the Company ..
Total Liabilities.... .
The greatest amount insured in soy one risk
Stats or Txnnessi!!, CoKTtorjLKB's Ornci,!
Mashvills, July 1, 1869. i
I. G. W. Rtabarn. Cnntrnllar nf tbe TrKAs.rv. iln li.Ml,M.tlrk.., .i.- xt .1 -
Mutual Life Insurance Company, loeated at Milwaukee, in toe Sta'e of Wisconsin, has pro
SuockI to me satisfactory evidenes that said Company has complied with alt the requirements of
the law. of the State of Tennessee imposed on Insurance Companies J and I further certify that
J . S. Chaoin. Aaaat of said Cnmbanv. has also comnliMl alth th-VA.. .r a. j r
the State, made and provided in such cases.
Wherefore, laid NortB western Mutual Life Insurance Company has authority to take risks
and transact tin bu inesa of insurance ia th a Sttt. at Mmpha. 'fennesas.,.
CORNER FRONT AND MADISON STS.
D. B HOIXOT - President.
FFRDI N AND HOLLO Y C'aabler.
XXX tli Statement
HffiSlX INSURANCE COMPANY.
Cash on hand, In Bank, and with
Bends - - - - 254.SO0 00
Loans oa approved securities IM.350 OS
Barttora uana Blocs s mi
New York Bank Mocks-- tO.JlK) 00
Miscellaneous Bank blocks- 01,060 00
Corporation and Railroad Stocks
and Bun-ta... 21.1, MS 00
City and Water Booda . lnO.600 00
Accumulated Intel eal-. . b&O 11
4'aall Aaaeta, ... l,07,O7 S
leial I.labliltl, 76,0S
Hartford, Conn., July 1, 159.
Total Loaaea paid by the Pheanlx er
Tail cnraalianM mada with tha Insurance
Law of Tennessee.
LIT ILKIU.N dt VKEUESKi: RljU,II.
1 0 9 22 Msdison St.. Memphis. I' eon.
rLOUB. rOBK AND UDISKI.
mnvc WAV TTCT Vm II AW T 1D1VT.T STY
1 vanced of lata, but ws find it difficoU to
realise tbe adv.aoe. wasnouia.nowever.pe
.hi. in rtaliu aa.1 with frtht adtled. and in
order to close ont some eonsimm.nts we offer
at eost and freight IOJ bhia. "Jo Daviea" pora,
2M) bbls. whisky, and lWi kbl.. flour. Some ef
tne flour Is a. good a. wasrontaa. ana wo win
sell it $1 lower. It Is just received from tbe
mills in "trvpt." Most of oor fliur is sold at
Bt Louis prices. We are agents ter millers,
aad sell oa commission enlv. We guarantee
all our flour to be fr-sh gtnund.
1M-159 and Uow.rd Row.
No. 37 Adams Street.
Billiard and Bowling Rooms
aw Tie ssost Klrrant and Complete Estab
lishment of its kind ia the Missiipi. Valley.
smv-Tbe 1 ahlw and Alleys are sew, aad ol
the most approved patter and make.
hi as ant Private) Parlor lor gentlemen.
The W inaa aad Liquors are of the Bast Quality.
J. H. W1LLETT a 4.
A, 8. V'KIAB.
Bnekeyo Beaporaand Mowera,
IB ISB.'IRi ,
Sash, Glass and Blinds.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
liens on unincum
, 2.0M.772 67
. &,t28 91)
f 09,162 CI
, . $40,00000 $ 40.000 00
..... $20,000 00
n. iiiAUA.BUrl. (Jontrollir of Tenn'ssee.
DB. RUf SELL'S
Tbe Lnriceat and Oldest Inetltntian of
the Kind In tb Hoatb weat Xatab
linbed Hln Tear, and tbaonly
Sellable Place for the Care of
No. 4)8 IS or tli Court St.,
NORTH BIDB OP COURT SQUARE,
Mrniphia. Tennessee, is acknowledged hy
all parties interested as by far the MUbi KUC
CK8SFBL hUYBlClAN in the treatment ef
Private and 6ecrst I'iseasee. Quick, thorough
and permanent euros guarauued in every"
ease, male or female. Resent eases of Gon
orrhea and Syphilis cured in a few days, with
out the use of mercury, change of diet, or hin
drance from business. Secondary Hyphilis
the last vestiga eradicated without the use of
mercury. Sufferer, from Iroeotenoy, or Loss
of 8exual Power, restoied to free vigor in a few
weeks. Gleet or Gonorrhea of long standing,
wben all internal remediea have failed, perma
nently and speedily tared ty a new treatment.
Victims of self-abuse snd exresaivo venery,
sofferinr from sperroetorrheaand loss of phra
ioal and mental power, speedily and perma
sssr All consultations strictly confidential.
Office hours trom V a.m. to 1 p.m , and 1 p.m
toSp.m. I)R. J. B. hUSSKLL,
.. Consulting Physician.
L. 0. Wassih, Seerrtary.
Treatises on Chronic Disease, furnish.d frees
on application. 129-8 54
KUSSHLL'i T0N10 BUTE US
witL grrscmALLT crss
Liver Complaint, Janndleas yapep
ala, Chronle or Kerwoaa Debility.
Chronle Diarrhea, Disease of the
Kldaeya, aad all Dlseaare arlalasr
froas a Disordered Liver, Rsomarhr
Fuch a. Constipation, Flatulence, In want
Piles, Fulaess of Blood to tbe Head, Acidity of
tha Ptomacb, Nausea, Heartburn, Uisgust for
Food, Fulness or Weight in Ibe Stnm.rb. 8- up
Krectations, Sinking er Fluttering at the Pit
of thetstomaeh. Swimming of tbe Head, Hnr
ri.d or l'ifficalt Breathinr, Fiuiterina at tha
Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensation,
when ia a Lying Poeturs. biastii ot Viaion,
Dots or Weha before the Sir at. Lull Pain in the
Hee4, Pfficienev of Persi.iration. Yellowaeas
f tbe kln and Kyee, fain in the Side, Back, .
Cheat, Limbs, etc., Sudden Flssne. of Heat,
Burnint of the Fltuh, Conttant laaginisgs oC
Evil, and tireat Depression of SpitiU.
They are entirely Vesretahle and Preo
I ram Aleoholle fttimalantaad
all Iajarloaa Iasrredleata,
And are pleasant la taste and smell, and arild
In tbelr operation, and will remove imparities)
from tbe body, and give health aad visor t tho
Sold ky all druselats and dealers ia family
medicines. Prepared at Ko. 42 &orta Court
strt, Stempbi, Tenoaasis.
ar Liberal discount to the trade,
O. L. DISI80K.