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v-1 vr-BlAtPBCIS DAPY APPBAL-TIJESDAY, APRIL 6. 1869.- '
i AS sroiracE aXENTI. .tTMio rr-UO UT1PIJVMR ntlTTRT. 1? HENttYQ. SMITH la'ft candidate for thejj omc OI'JQUgO OHine oupreuio wui v w r . nesjoo, at the election to be held on the 21th ot May. 1868. mtli:7 T?OR PROSECUTING ATIOUNKY.-S. 1. Jj YEQUANd Is a candidate !or I'rosecntiu Attorney for'Munlclpal Court at the May elec Uon. mbJ T?OB ATroltEV-OENKBAU-tDlTpBsAr-X? FKA.L,: Yott are hereby auth' med toan nouace me as a candidate for Aitorney-Ueiie-ral of tbe Criminal Court, at the May election, subject to the action of a Democratic conven iion.shouil one be held. OEQ, E 8TAHU J?01i JUDGE OF THE MUNICIPAL CODRT. 4 We are anthorlred to announce U. P. OUTKssa candidate for the olllce of J ndge of the Municipal Court of Memphis at tbn BQlng May election. " UOR CIRCUIT COURT JUpa-Wf1?n W h thorlzed to announce the Hon. Gu. w. KtEVKUasa candidal J"d riJ t The cult Court of the 15th Judicial if?" enauagMay elecUon. mma - 17 K are authorized to announce J. ir- ja--W KUIHKBS as a candidate for the offlce J I-hiiTor a tuis county, at the election lo be held In May next. REGISTER. THE COURTS. The Plain-DiUy o of Every Voter? Con- so his -T70R JUDQ - OF TUE CK1MINA.L COURT. J? T6-the voters of ibo C.lmlual vourt Dis trict: I respectfully announce royilfaauidl. nate for re election as : J.T.8WAYNE. the fourth Thurwlay In May. mbl4 -TJORJUDOE OFTHEIWCOURT.-are authorlied to anncunce I'aAC MO1'!: EON salt candidate for Judge of the iurt of Memphis at the approving ay elecUon. ninn TTOR JUDGE OF THE SUritfcJiE. wwi. F We are authorlied to announce thtvnaine of Hon. OEUtlU K ANDKEWa, prent Incum bent, ior the office of Ju .ge o! the Supreme Court from the Klern Division, at iW pioachlngjudlclal election, mult TOR EE k m". ,ni, TipvT Two Cottages on Vance street, 3? wo iForea 5? Poplar, a Dwelling on Her nando street. Apply lo, Bi8CK. WANTS. inth small capital. VV who understands thcruthly the wbols .III orv buints. B. st of reftrenccs gtv. n and nqulred. Middle-aged Address M. Y Appealomc preirred. apo tOR on Gov. Senter, In hta wisdom, Rnd in (ho exercise of tbo' high prerogative given him by tha liw, nan eet B3ide and de clared null and void the registration oT Bhelby county, s perfeoted by Capt. Sears, the former Itegistrar. Whether thia was done from a Bense of right and justice, because ha believed that registration unjust and fraudulent, or whether it was done in order to fur Radical nroject of his own, or of the party, or to give the new Registrar a chance to make a littlo something, we will not say. Without inquiring into his objects, or scrutinizing too cloaely the mntlvpH wllien QlCtateu IDB acv, wo Bay nnhesltatlnglyethatit wa3 the "J "e8,M know what the remark wail. CRIMINA-C Cotjrt. IFm. 'JSimUr, tJudae. The Cosgrove-caseiwaa-resnmeu ycsieruay moruiug' ruut hukom u& the State were introduced and examined. Tho substance of the testimony adduced, is as follows : A. P, JiurdUl sworn. X wss sent lor and requested to go lo MaJone's nouse. Went and Sound Malone. He expressed a belief that he would shortly die from the effects cf his wound, lie men maae a declaration which was reiuced to writ ing. He stated three or four times, " John Cogrove shot me." David Roach sworn. J. was prtoeui, the courthouse when -Malone was snot. Maiono and mvself were sitting together on the south side of tho courU&am, near the window, when tuo. lawyers nau someriisturbanca. Malone maae some remark to Col. Oanttaboui ttuiiocs, uou i Daw xoui. Winters and Cosgrove approaching from the direction of the Clerk'n desK towara Malone. Malone looked through the window as thouch wishing to escape. Ha fhpn wpn t down toward the gate as CRIMINAL -INTELLIGENCE, thins he could have done for the Con servative party, and has given n3 an op portunity whlcn,if we let slip, will merit us defeat. W all rememtor how. day after aay, for weeks preceding tho elections last thCUgh he was trying to est out of the foil ti rvitiHsrvative dailv Dsoers were 'ull of urgent appeals to the white men to go up and register; and how, as the day of election approached, and the regUtrationclosed, leaving hundreds of voters unregistered, anathemas and in vectives were hurJed at Sear for his dlla torlneaa and chicanery a part of which was, nodoubt, merited; buc ii truth the fault lay not so much with him as with crowd. About thia time Winters ana Cosgrove got over tho table, in front 01 the Judge's oencn, aooui ujiuwbj'. ma lone was standing between she end of the table and the gate when the shot was fired. Ccsgrove and Wintors seemed to be angry, and were near Malone when ho w shot. Saw the smoke of the pis tol. Siw EJ. Dolling, and heard him bow in Pni. Rnllnek. Have your own our people themselves, who put off, from 'd ,u protect yoa Cosgrove had day 10-uay, ouumu o.riv in thn contest Procrastination, as much as Radical chicanery, was th9 thief that robbed us of our votes. The new registration gives us an op nnrtnnltv to remedv this, to us nearly fatal, error, if we take advantage of the lesson the old one taught us. T.ot thorA hp no delav this time. Iiet every man take time by the forelock and go forward and register at ones. Dj not nut is off a day. Now is the accepted time." A3IUfE3IEXTS. fhJuueeilUartbe Maraet Houte, at present lVr rent for S138 per nionUi, and taing 2lni "icaSto runfior exchange for a stocs. of1)roceri"or.Dry Uoocs. t or par.lcuu ad dress rtotace Box SH. cp 1 1 7 ANTED To rant a FurnUhfcd Hou In a VV ntral part of the city. AddreM G. care Appeal office. 5?-55i WANTED. A sltuaUon as Salesman by a youE7 man who has been " traveUEg n-nv- for this paper. Addr B. otace. . . n-T a .it..nnn hv ah pxceriencod WfiwSSeT. AddTe-r AT Appeal offlce. mu" FOE SAIiE. OK SALE. The beantUul Resldenre known t? aV the MENKKX fLACK, on Boundary A.." --Tt . hinges north of the terml- ST,. f : c'hV rpoDlaxstreet railroad. The grounds property 111 113 mnrl atout 4& arref, with carriage ond ont-bOOMS. IlwlUDe.BOia ou lnrms. or exebangd lor Dosinesa toMKKfcyBROTHEtf. The New Memphis. Adrienne -tha Actress was superbly rendered last night by Mrs. .Lander to a very sum uouse indeed, one of the slimmest of the season. We can imagine no reason for tne poor attendance, save that nearly eve.ybody was at Sr. Peter's concert, to nigni we have Marv Stuart, and we sincerely hope that the house may be tilled. Henry9brmek's Concert has been Dostnoned until next Tuesday, the 13th Inst. The Gaiety. We are sorry that our snace does not allow us to give a more Tfndid notice to the Derformance at this beautiful little theater last nignt. Wn cannot omit, however, to speak In the mcst glowing terms of the gorgeous spootacle of Medina, or the Magic Star, nrodaced last night for th9 rirat time. Tr i tha finest thine cf the sort ever elfcwn in Memphis and is indescribably his right hand in his right poeket. Cos grove, Winters and Malone were be tween the end of the table and the gate when the shooting took place. nrnsta.Arnm.inRd. .Tas. Hall was hold ing court that day. Jack Winters, Cestello and f ortianu were neiDgemunuBu u mo nViarcB nf murder. Coscrove Wa8 Stand- ... . . . -a r t . . t in;' on the rlni sine oi maioiia n. mo timn thn shot was fired. After Malone was shot he went out Into an alley. JJiu nnt con i irwffrova anv more that day, John (Jonneil sworn. i was in tuu Court House the day Malone was shot. Tt ?a Rfrr dark. Tne naa was lit when tho fclmt wss fired, was at tne norm end of the table, and saw Malone sitting in a chair. A quarrel then commenced between Gantt and Bullock. Malone made a remark in behalf of uaBU. uui- lock then said to Malone, "You are an aimed man, but you cannot run over me" Winters eaid, " JJan't letnim run nver vnn." ana raiseu a uisioi m uu hand. Some one back or Col. uantt cne i nnt. "Fire." Col. uanti saia, -uo ' .. . . . 1 I X ,1. . n nre.' maione men jumpeu uvm iud u Mi. an if to escsne. Saw Cos crove stand- inir close to Malone. Saw the flish of the pistol, and saw him drop hia hand after firintr. Malone immediately ex- Mnimnfi. "Oh. Lord God. Coszrove has shot me." Knaw Cosgrove sometime be fore the fuaa. Don't know where win tnm was when the nSstol was fired. Policeman W. T. Orr sworn -1 was in thn courthouse at the time of the shoot ing of Malone; was standing near the Judy's bench: Malone was near the t ' 'XliB X'atllsou Cnnc. - ' The examination or witnesses fir the defense In this case commenced yeUrday momlneat half pst nine o'clock. The nrat witness cauei if tf inHn.whnriMmaed ax follows : 44 1 have known Paulson four years. I live In bis nelchborhocd. Am acquainted with his gene ral cbaracter for peaco and (inletude. it is Kood." IK. . ITodget iurn-"I Hvo' eighteen miles north or here. Ara a neighbor of Pattl-on's. Am acquainted with him. Know hi ciiarcier lor peace ana quiet ude. It Is about as goo a that of the general run of people. He has a good character. Know Hubert Humphreys; ne n nepuew don C Know wn-re jib uyw uurinis a- year or two. lie has been living an orin aounlry mostly a", Mr. Dickens and John Bol ton s. 1 ea w nita me oauuay mr mo uiuuh, on the road about a mile lrom the Dlckeni. Piace. I heard he was badly wounded, and I wentovr to tco him. Ha gild he would not recojnlze the parties who did the shooting; that ho was scared too badly to know anythlug. 1 was only talking to him about tne shooting. He Bald he knew there were two men. Said nothing about momhlne. Tnss was on Kunday alter the shooting can't say what time, but tbinK it was Deiween one kdu twfuvtwk. . . ,7 the road. I rodo along with Mm about a mile. I am now, and always nave Deen, jnenaiy m Hompbreys." , Hodses, um called Bud HodgiS. He Is a nephew of mint-. I heard he waa monauy wonnueu ana aooub iu mr, "j? ' him. I heard 11 that morning. The Bolton farm is eighteen miles from Mempqls. ana ten or ei6ven miles from Dickens'. 1 live on tne tamo plantation as Paulson, a halt a m-ie rromuuhonsd. hm hi rauwiu a of the killing. I heard of It on Sand -y mornlns. I was there Iriday and Batnr day night, and left on Sunday mjrnlng. PatUson csme home on trlday . . . i . . t w. 1 . n , lima aa from ciempuis. uoniiuwn ...w, - was not there when he arrived. I got there about dark. I went over lo stay with the fatn hy. sa I had been doing all the week, poller was mere aio. uoiivr ut ww ui i""--j building a house for Andrews. Andrews and D..,..tn n.a tirr.thnn.in.law. They are cood frtendi ; m ghtygrod. P.Ulson was at hume Friday ar.d daunday. Dr. Peyton told us ofthe killing s-unday mornln. I heard that Ilum- road, on horseback, between Dickens and Haitian. I heard he was not mortaUy wounded about an hourtefore I sw him, but he. had been in bed two aays. i aon i rnaomirei w ou 1 had hut seea my nephew. He waa in the habit or 'Haying around, but I am not. It la not a family falling. I ttajed with Pattlson about two weeks once, about eighteen months aga. 1 live with Joe Andrew. Humphreys bald nothing to me about morpblao. Kobody was with na Mr. Dlckenr, Mr. Brunch and !.-. Dickens. He said he would not recojnias the men who did the shooting if lie were rosea them. I was riding Pattlson 3 norte. wnea a icii. moiu m Dack to iny placs, and then over to Pattion's, and toll Pattlou about it. I donot know that Humphreys was told not to nwe anymiug w to liush up and not talk s.i much. Or toere would' tome lies sworu w auj tiiu . A. "He Slid to hlin, -xiusn, yoa miis. mu much. He said somsthing about 'lies.' jnis was between oneaud two o'clock. 1 stopped at Pnor'i, and while there Humpreys and the Eirty paseu oy J. saw iuem--n b-" u" ' orte, rode albsr them and overtook lhm. when I assed mm inumpurfya) wuu um i; (tbe thooung) ho said he eld not know. I iMnit Uut Lnn That. That ntvhl I went th-re and I told him about the shotting, but mg whl:e she was at market, and the content did not repeat Humphreys conversation. I of two large trunks arwran. In the Inventory don't remember whsn I to.d hloi thai, t Know beatuifui. Goto-night ana see it. i j ate when the shot waa firud; saw some- ses the grand transformation soane is w likfl tne fli8U of a pintol: thelpsr- jLOST-rOUKD. between Unln TiSand ceyCh,peiranKAP. DKOP iiii? twl, WMlte seis. -V wlwMe reward will be paid on -"v-"-- at US Union street. norjXlWTte lady who called to Inquire If KoV IUAdamB street was for rent, a few Ely? MO. "ropped a Bleeve Button, which ho w.m hv iSillnc at Appeal offlce. ml-JS BOAH.DING. GOOD room and board for a gsnUeman and ladv at 178 Second St. UpS H- I-AlKD. Board A ecnUemanndwife, or two sln ele genUeTcan And board m a private jam? iy. nearle etreel oars, 'bare there -re no IXr boarders. KeterencoartquUed. Address ' B." """l office- ra WBnPIOS Al( worth five dollars any time. Tfte Kt. Peter's Concert. The con cert for St. Peter's took place last nignt, thn rhiimh beinz welinilea Dv a respect- ahl and coDreciatlve audienca. The nrnmmnie. which embraced a great va riety of appropriate gems, instrumental as well &9 vocal, was admirably inter nrated under the skillful management of Prof. Winkler, than whom there is not a more careful and painstaking leader or -ondiipfnr in the Southwest. Had we the space we puld like to particularize at length whalwe consider the promi- nont features or mis reaiiy uieaaaui mu- lftl rwrsjdnn. hut in default of that we mu3t content ourselves witn tne general remark that it was one of tho best con- carts of the season.. At a meetingof ladies yesterday it was decidfd to nel?r tne aecoration oiwd forinrsiA Hnlilior.V trravpa to the l3t oatur- day in May. As the Odd-Fellows' cele bration occurs on mo uav oriKinany e iected. 6th of Aurll. anil flowers will not ha as abundant aa necessary lor a proper known him two jeirs-a year or bjjwjb month. 1 saw him in Curlin'4 meat aha i p Fri day a wetk ago, and had a conversation with -WUea. Wallace-" State What hod." (Ob Jecled lo, but tbe objection overruled.) A. 'A conversation cameupauuhoaald he was sick, and had been alck, and that t wt; subicejaid in the Pattisou ,cf.,,"f ,m had been proposed to blm that If he would swear in tha case he could make moneynongh iToo him for two year. He dll not say who offered him themoney, or what for. Mv recol lectloa la that ho said Stacks had said he was sujiifunacd, His repot -tlon U jny bad-I would not believe him under oath drott examined" I have known him eighteen mirnihs. This conversation occurred 1". wr lln'a shop Friday or Saturday week. Catlin was present. He siid he bad been offered money toteslltyin tee case. He did not say Sir. Slacks had offered It lo him ; nor Dr. Dick eon, nnrGeJ.Sa.e,norCol.U4htt. DWntsay who. I was with him only a rew intnutes It was in Amos Cnriln's shop. I never saw blm wlthZachorJoUnCur.ln. Hebajnevo.- been to my room. I have farmed till this year, rhs year I have butchered, bought and sold catt.e. Got no partner. Don't buy and sell with the Curllns. 1 married Ames Curlln's sister. I have no Interest In the trial no pecuniary la tere. I never mentioned the conversation to anybody. I never thought of the conversation until I saw It In the papers, and I aul to Amos L'drliu i wonder If it la pesslble that he has been paid to te3itly."' . . . You beard this man say that he was paid to testify some Ume beloro, and never aald anything about It?" A." I never would have thought of It again 11 I hadn't teen his testimony In the papers. Amos or. Tom CarUn heard It. I was ust merely thl-.king merely named it," (Ci. Gantt" You thought It such an uncommon thins for a wllnfs to be hired to lecetve money for swejnug t", " He didn't sv which side ho was wanted to swear. I don't know whose kin fjlis t.re Involved in that testi mony." t' 'ol. Uantt ' You didn't tnnw thai your brother-ln law was Involved? " I merely sutdto AmosCuriln, 'I wonder If It Is posslbr lint a negro was hired to swear lhir AmsCnrUa ssrred the subpoena on me. Have llv d here Wee years Came from Kntneky. r inrmH i twi vearaatDr. Uuntvn's ulice. Last year Mat Wood.on and I boaght out Charlie i v...!...! in a .irn ti-j iti (1 nlanted there. ilalir J. V.Hambauiatcl Dr.A.W. Nelson were sw.ra and teitltlej: tj tbe gotd character nf the iI3 endant. The counsel for tbe d- e idant her, after ft cl.r a .n.nltatinn an u..li7icfld that ihtiT WOUld be willing to submit the case, bat the State announced that they wonld have some rebutting fesJmouy; so the Cauit adjourned until thU morning at. half-part nine o 010CK, w nen meciae wiia uo muaou him i". ...miniJiin of two or thrfce witnesses for the defense, end two or three rebutUng witnesses ror the Slate nrnre adtournment the State called F. L. t .,,,- tr otitnrol ths APPKAX. to the Rlaiil. aodnnts'ljncd him as to his recollection of .hat rnmnM Mamelson told him the day en- sulngthe murder, ilr. Jamei ittaud that, as nur u ha c in A recollect, the Coroner told blm that tbe parties wore recognized, or yeen. phi r.it re tut mniressed In the ArrtEALS re port (tbe only one that was pubushed fn - lento at the Ume) for prudential reason) Sllsccllancous. Ther3 were tlx arrests in the Flrstand seven fn tbe S xond D.a;rlct yesterday op to nix o'clock p.m. rri rial nw. who keeps a " house oflll-fsme" on DeSoto street, and has been considerably a Mtn..thBK.hv vr Arretted on tinnday with ,, hnnlriL All hands were fined Ave dohars apiece yesieruay miu wtuv uac. iu wcu Iniquity. The house of Mrs. Van Meter, iso. si m- change htreet waa entereu on oaiorasj oyeu- WHOLESALE BEY GOODS, " MILLINERY -AM FANCY GOODS, Keduction in Prints ! Reduction in Lawns ! Beductiondn Cottonades ! 33S Slnln St., . afcmpiiis, H AVISO JUST HETOIiNED FBOil NEW York, where I have made selceilonii frcm tne latest importations or FKKMJl MIL. tar. EltY GOODM, BOfuNETS AND HATS, IN O HE AT VABIETY. FULL LIKE OF SILK ' AND S&TIN R IBBOHS NETTINGS AND CREPES. Tho selection of FLOWERS. 0RXA.MKNT3, STKAW TKIlMJJiiS, etc,, nas never oeen snrpassed in thLi market. Tne stock Is com plete in every dep'""nent- DEALER IN DEY GOODS, OLOTHM&, Boots and hoes, llat?, GENTS' FURBISHING GOODS, iSD. Planters' Goods' Generally, MENKEN BEOTHEES Are Prepared to Sell Merchants BroAvn Siieeting-s, and Dress Groods AT NEW YOEK RATES ! LOOK AT OUR STOCK mhSS Main Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. SPRitMG GOODS! SPRING GOODS! MC.3B 3a: brothers. THE CELEBRATED CHAMPION, WITH WROUGHT IRON OVEfli, THE GBEAT STOVE OF THE DAT. THE CIU3JVI0X is hesTy and dnrablc HIS fUiPIH Ja adralrabli Utttd. TH2 CHAHPiOS taa aammoUi 0en. jhr i HiMPinx basnForttible Bescryolr, porcelain lined mssae Trill not mt. 1118 GU1MPI0K ha a blldlnK Damper on tbe tap or store, wblcli completelr coairol htat or ths etOTe. THE fHiMPIiX Is Bitsplelnlts conitrnetlon, and Terj-easlir managed, THE IMHPIOX Is rapidly golns Uto general me. THE C1IA3SPI05 Is extenslTely sold. THE CHAilPI JIT It mad8 0f the best quality of Hanging Rock Charcoal Iron.nnlTersallj admitted lo be the bet Iron in the world t and the only cast stove mode wllh wrongt'lron oven ths bottim and back oven and plates beng made of he .vy wrought Iron, so havr that they cannot be broken or cracked, and the heai cannot warp them. Call and examine Tilt. CHAMPION before purehaslng; This Steve Is only for sale by Tr A7" JEJ 1? 1? S3 JES cfc O O., Dealtrs and Manufac urers of Stoves, li-u-are, Ccpper and iheet-lron Ware Home FumWiinff Gods.Jfos J a ana J& Monroe firm. AJT EXTRA CHEAP LOT WHITE JftCONETS. SWISSES, TAPE CHECKS, BeaulifHl Trimraerl Flats, and Hosiery, offering at WM. B. MOORE; CO., C90 Halo street. Next Boor Korth of Psabody Hotel. P.P.-One hundred and Fifty Bags COTTON YARNS, at LESS prices than St- Louis, Louls- .-M'j I'lTlnnnTI 13111 icon 11 TDQ WIDl laem, I" 0. B. 10BSIEU. CflAS. W. &JL1LE07E5. XHOS. Oil Office SO. 13 JefferSOn Street, decoration, this step baa wissly been GIT'S" MATTEEB. taken. Personal. We had the pleasure of meeting in our editorial rooms yester rtw. Mr. Taaao Buttp. formerly the edi tor of the Rochester, (N Y.) Daily rfcnfmi nnd Advertiser. Mr. ButU is At, a1 Tipnnt Kn. 3How- tpbincr n tour throueh the South, exam JJRINK Dauu r t ;;,-.H ,o-nnrn.a nd expresses himself nigmy pieessu witu uw trip so rar. Trrr snDBiwi! nnmtT. Jadzes Shack- Smith have ordered . . . . . .1 Cnn..Ma Pntlrl (.bat aepeciai term 01 tun duihuo v-. h ha!d at BrowDSville, in the Western ard'8 Bjw. 5 npr do 7. CO. ftt M. TTv.... rn "is Main street, corner of Adams. . , .nr int nf lop cabin pictures, O. uo-aw , -. .L .1 - r-.iiiiiTttinr. rnrai aau uwm SSOUtuciu v-u... . -i - . ,,,, ir.u 06 naiU SlDruwus.inr, " ' sgricultural papers at xioufce d, jivsj0D Co-amenctDg tne itn msi.j street.- 1 I - 120 000 more Wheeler jfc Wilson bew t inntr at these vrry -CZ ,Vr,orl Wnllfinpt Fiinp. at M. Krans & Co.'e, 218 Main street, comer of New Parasols, ail shades, aU prices and all kinds, just received at Howell, "Wood & Co.'e, 332 Main street. i All linen towels, fl 50 per dozen, at 3J. Kraus & Co., 218 Main street, corner of Adams. 1 ing Machines in use than any other btdtthtti Vvpr.iNH. 50 cents Der yard. n,ih 7R nnla. nt M. Kraus & Co.. 218 Main street, corner of Adama. t A aoou drink of the finest liquors can ha hud at Weatherbee's. 1 nnn who tired it W88 near meKaie: irom the flish, the pistol must have been low down ; don't know who firud the shot. At the oloso 01 inis examinauuu. iub Court adjaurned until this morning, when theoase will be resumed L. B Horrigan, E5q., who has baen ably filling the position 01 Attorney uonerai ior mo past three or four weeks, in the absencs of Attorney General Home, has been engaged to assist the prosecution, Tj aw Court Geo. Dixon, Special Judge. Yesterday the case of bcanlan vb. bnell, Taylor s uo., cume up oeiore tho Court .for trial, but very little was done touching the merits of the casef the whole time and attention 01 tne Court being direcd to determining the motions made bv Eounsei relative to tne efficiency of the oouds siven in tho eame. This being satisfactorily eettled, the de fendant's counsel tnen moveu tne court to transfer the causa to the Ualtad States D..trict Ccijrt. Tne motion was based upon a recent enactment of the tionerai A8sembly : pending which the Coutt ad journed. To day the abova case will bo again brougut up ana uisposeu 01, tu ua followed by the cas9 of feank vs. Snell, Taylor fc Co. Judge PierOu has been se ipntnd to nresida over thia cause. The jury, in the case of 3tate, use, etc, B. B. Thomas, aam'r, et ai vs j. . nioaeiy 01 al, returned a verdict to-uay ior me ue- fendauts. w Municipal Court Geo. tr. waiaran, Judge. No Court yesterday. To-day.ls the nrst day or tne April term, mere will be an Informal call of the docket, ani in all appealed coses the judgment of the Court ueiow will do amrnjeu, where no attorney's name appears ou the docket G irnishee3 will al30 be re quired to answer to-day. Ladies' ail linen handkerchiefs, $1 25 nerMozsn, at M. Kraus & Co., 21b Main street, corner of Adams. t Tbe great and womleri'nl rem ctly lor l'llcs, " Buckeye Salve," just received and for Kale 1)5' Cor. Main aucl I'uplur Sts. Get your F. Y. shirts and furnishing - .. . . .1 M(.r.AlnaM coous dirtci irom iue mouui.u." "WigEna Thorn, 233 Main street. T at M. Knxlxora SnlVW. The tZFetlf. I . ..,. . t, Arcr ' . . . 1 Luuniiti miJitu&iiia wo.Lin.iii uij remedy for.tlie cure ci iiieh.ju. . Hmina ,hnrii of M. Kran8& I.-",- -i.l ouTn hv W. ----- . T rSVJ.."""5"A"' "r.t; io Co., SIS Mam streer, corner 01 Auams, uintemuu . w., j..o"j before purchasing elsewnere. Printed Irish liner", very cheep, at M. Kram & Co., 218 Main Krau's & Co.'s, 218 Main street, corner 01 o Adams. Adams. Lack ooints and point laces made street, corner T Harry AVeatherbee keeps a choice selection of tbe finest brands of liquors. T Merchant Tailors will do well to look at those cloths, caimere and tall- per 218 t MEN'S British half hose, H 60 dozen, worth $6, at M Kraus & Co. 3Iain street, corner of AdamB. ErcnANOE. The Emmet T.r Wn. fi Madison street, sells Ex change off England, Ireland, France, Germany? Switzerland and Italy, and on all tho principal cuisa nuu iuu jope liAWNDALE 4- uieaonea iouiooni-. IKn ntr vanl. at if. KraUS & Co.'s. 218 Main street, corner 01 auams. 1 Fine Reelfoot Lake Fish. Our friend, V. D. FuchB, has just reeslved another lot ol nne iresn usn irom i'iei- foot Lake. Call at bis establienment, i Jefferson street, and get a supply. The well-known stallion "Stonewall All colors silk fringe, colored Fatlns j k wnl be rifUed for thi8 evening yd new styles dress buttons, w M. fi. ., staan. next the Overton 7r.m Ana.. 218 Main street, corner of J.a. a - AdamB. t the -i-r T-ri?v'p. wear cleaned by new process only at the Memphis 1 Steam tit Hhnnfe's saiaon. next tne wvenou Hote Those Interested! will please be present. A fresh supply of the Catholic World . - . . ir r. atkui.tiinent.2e2 Second street, for April has bean ceiveu uy 'UfT d .- - 1 roru. Mist Oicauu eiieoi, , th Workinatnaws Aavocate, tne t White Cotton Hose,$l 75 per organ of the National Labor CoDgress, iSTKiSii CoVs, and all tho magazines and picture paper? 218 Main street, tiorner 01 -BTOKEIE SAlil'ETlie rti at milr mr 1'llCH. iui recw.w ftDSrr & DIGBEE. -U'liniPKHle DrllUt:Ut, 301 & Main bt. t n tvxr VOlt ENGAOINQ IN r.rtl KnaiNKsa. An tstab- WZ, ". i. Raln-excellent loca- i on-havttB a Soodrnnof paying cus torn. Addrfss "j. C, care of Appeal office. worth readlrg. Main street, Honey's Base Ball Bok for 1869: also, a large assortment of base balls, at Joe Locke's, 236 Main street. t Kid Gloves, in all shadefi, all sizes and hli;h colours, Just received aU Howell, Wood& Co's, 332 Main street.! t Please call at M. Kraus & Co., 218 Main street, corner of Adams, and ex amine those black and colored silks, and black and colored Alpacas. T The best liquors and cigars in the city are at Harry VYeatherbee'u, t Go see the velocipede tie osllar, at Wiggans & Thorns, Clay Building, t Labor lot of Linens aud Cottonades, at M. Kraus & Co.'s, 218 Main street, orner of Adams. "Rvtra inducements in 'furniture and carpets at Ames, Bsattie & Co , S96 Main St. JJon't lau 1 ) give mem iu. 1 Trnj MnnENWKLT. Leslie. Demorest, Gadey and other fashion matjaztnes and weeklies, can be had at Joe Locke's, 236$ Main street. 1 Hni TsT.ANn and Kleached-Domestics, at BTtranrdlnHrv bargains, at M. Kraus & Co.'s, No, 21? Main street, earner of Adams. 1 nleaee lok at those Rprino Dress Good?. Silks. Poplins, White Shirts, Undershirts, Drawers and Alpacas, M'zambiques, etc., etc., Justre Llnen Handkerchiefs, ot JI. Krajjsfc fo si Howell, Wood & Co., 332 Main Co.'s, No. 218 Main street, cornbf Btreot. Adams. - Joe Locke's counters are loaded with na;uv phuony . ?Id weeklies. Northern and Western dames, at 236i Main street. . ' Satin Parasols, 53 Co.'s No. 218 Main Adams. 60. at M. Krsus & street, corner of X Weatherbee's " smile." is the plaee to White and piak mutquitp netting, 45 SO, 65 and 75 cenUper yard, at M. Kraus & Co., 218 Main St., corner of Adams. T rk Nicholas Restaubakt, No. S8 "North Court street, is open day and niPht. aud will jurnun tJZ J WALTER aniPFITH. AT.r.vnnl cassimeres at 75 cents per T c AID n T .. I . at M, u.'au3 b 00., - I Ttnekere Naive. A l'resli snp tiv ol iiir nArcr-iautuE reuuui rr nlleH liiNt received ana l'or ti-o Uv n. v.. Ward it ISro.. t Cor.Aanuis anujnuinBis Fine all linen lawns, 50 cents per vfird. at M. Kraus & Co., 218 Main street, corner of Adams. t Rvmons & Son received yesterday. meata at all Rnnrtmtr Times. Day's Diince, Italian Tn. frpuhpst foadand latest dell- pnor. Armv and Navy Journal, Amerl TniB Fi&2. Tur'. Field aDd Farm, Metropolitan Record. Lemonell Illustre, (French), French Courier, La Lemame, (r rencn;, xxoonu uu o.'.me. Southern Home Journal, Country Gsn timan. Scottish American Journal Tn Nation. Round Table. Appleton Tnnmal Nn. 2. Munro's Dime Novel, No. 147, Ball6u's Magazme for May, Pleasant Hours for Mv. National Q larterly Ita- vlew. Die Welt. Yankee Notions for vnrd ttreet, corner of Adams. Buy the velocipeda Uo collar, the new Xout, Wiggans & Thorn, 233 Clay building, agents, wholesale or retalL 1 Labqe lot of white and;, fancy My Prtiles quilt., at M. Kraus & Co., 518 Jialn stteet, corner of Adams, T May, and Now Yori and Western Dauies, 11 nnt 1 hat iiiifiit- 1 laiEoa twice WllU Paulson abjut it- I roao i-auism. uurse, whicti I borrowed for tne paipose of go ing to see 'Humphreys. A negro boy went wlihmp. Hswent as bras Prier's; bo wnl la to ba as jluir. When LretumeJ, I told Pit . ... - t . .1... 1. - ... I. ..n j W and how. I old l't talk about what Humphreys said. Pattlson hal emeUbe. Peyton said be had It from Ru.m Wvnn. He told ns that Nancy and Wloa were Irilied, and Hum phreys mortallf wounded and not expo ei to five. I went .ver to seejpm on hearlo that. I did not tell PattlsDii hail as much as Peyton did. It may have b?en a weefe. or longer atter ward when I lold Pattlson what Hu mphreys sid. I was ti'tli'g to blm and Wada Bolton at Lii house, and Bolton asked about theBhootlnir, how it happenol; he siU he had heard differ ent tale . I do uo. kuow that Eolton was in tawn on Hniuruay. Don't remem ber how long after the shootlnz this con versation toou place, but It wus before his ar rtst. I then told all thit Humphreys slid to Pattlt on and Bolion tog ther. riol-on II in't uem anxious In tbe matter. I know KobThomp on. Have seen him several llmei at Pattl-on's house. Don't know that he Is In Pattl80u's employ. He was taking depositions ror him in MLsoari. I heard him tay o, tht Is all I know about It. Don't know Morgan. Siw a man naintd luniau twiee, at Paulson's, be roietho shooting. He was a man twenty-flve years of age, ol medium siZ3. Don't know where heUvsd beiorel saw hra. Don't know what he dud ior a Jiving. Thompson iatro duced blm to me In the ordinary way. Ho did nut use the teun 'friend,' ai I can recolleit. .vr aw him a nee. He was there some three urfour diys. l'bompwu and he (lamani did not ride auoutiu Pat 'son's UJ?S' 'tal 1 know of. I Cin'ttell, when I naJ te" my nephew before ih,at mon-lug. It hid not bioa a very long time. I ftK greatly relieved when I learned l.nat lie had not been kiUel or mortal ly wounded, nave made no ert'ort towards e curing or arresting the mea who shot him. Never hoard that Inman and Morgan had dona the shooting." ti Br vol. Gantt "Not up to this good hour? " A ''Xosir, not up well. Dr. Dickens did tell me that thoie men wre the ones who did It. q. ' Didn't somebody else tell you so?" Oujected to on tbe ground of latitude, but ob jection withdrawn. A. "No sir. Icnreal. Have not read the accounts given In tbe papers. Dr.Dici.ens Is the onlv man wnosaiu mmaa anu jiuiau um iuv oe 3. That was one night before Pattlson was arrested." Squirt Carroll testified to the good repute and geaeral character for peace and quietude, hav ing known b m for three years. Judge Ijou.it telby tworn Am arquaintel with Pattlson. Know tbo reputation be bore In the ooarJing-house where we boarded to gether. It was good, to the extent that I know of." The cross-examination merely brought out Judge Belb;s ldeaot what constituted a repu tation. Also, that, the Judge had beard of the dtmeully m tne 1 oari room. B. . Rembert, if. i Hamkint, Aiulreiv Ward, T II. Me(Je, Thomat Taylor, IF". If. Monerief, Dr If. 1) Ljcicit, tsamuel i-tuton, Samuel Hankui and K. W Caldwell, each teslitlaj to knowing the defendant, nnd that Ills general reputation for peace and quietude was good. Corjner Uamlson was the next witness ca'l ed lo'r the defense. C 1. Gantt, whUe the Court was waiting for bis arrival, stated that he wished to lntroluoe testimony to prove Mr. Mltcnells character. iheae:ensaimmeuiateiy stated it was not necessary, as they concedtu it to do beyond all cat 11 or doubtCol. Hallum saying that he himself wou'd be a wilneu to that edect If nscessary, It was therefore dis pensed vih. X. Sanulton niwt-'Am the Coroner of Shel by county. I held an lnqutst ou lhe bodlts of Green Wlison and Nancy Dickens on the SJtb. orFeoruary. UTie witnesses examined by me were Cjl.Tom Dickers and Humpcrfys. The tfstimony was not reduced to writing Hum phreys said he could not mention any names. Hull ffvUlU UUb ivWU.0 uo n did the shooting If he was to tse them. This statement was made nnder oath, in had. Ha said nothlug about being evened, or about morphine. I acsed how li was po-alble that he should not recognise' them, when he was tbe flrnt who opned the door, and there was a light burning la the room He sid U was snot tbe Are. I bin I. and foil o, tne corner of tberaom, He said he could see all that waa was white or tlick mfn. I csstd him if he thought the men who did the thoo lag were the same who had tbe difficulty in the Chan eery Court room. He said he dll not know. He seemed to be at himself completely--as much so as X am now." Crou-Jixarninea oy int mate." tie was in oeu. The dead b?dl3 ware a half mile off. Ha seemed to be suffering conderably, I don't know anything about murphlne (tuat he had takeD). Never sw Humphreys before, I am not doctor, It-led to. nnd out how It was with a light In tbe rom, h.e did not sea tbe parties who did the shooting.." J. "Did he seem to 00 mDerln? ajood dea ?" A "Tea. Well not to any extant. He was laathltig. Not much though. 1 did not langh. An sure I did not. He was in a good humor. I wasUke I am usually. Pepole always laagh when they are in a good humor. Sametlon Ko one went from bera with me except an un dertaker. I got a Jury out there. Wthonw&s shot three or four times and stabbtd. The woman was siaoDea anuaui. indirect "Hie wounds were so numerous I cannot aescrioe mem. of tbe stolen goods, which is very extensive we notice eighteen linen chemises, trimmed with thread lace, and valued at t JX. James Knowall, who was arrested on Satur day and fined fifty dollars for knowing too mnch or tho devices of gay gambollers, was y ra te; day snatched sg.ln tor swindling a green countryman on the mule trick oat of $178. He waa again gobbled and spent last night In the Second instnct Biauon. Snndy alternoon Henry Ayers, Frix Hay don, Hodge and Keagin, four well known col ored individual", were enjoying luouirenca. Montedonlco's, on Jefferson street, when Aye rs all at once wanted to tight somebody. After rearing around forawhlle, Reagln "loaned blm one " across the nose which laid him out for a moment. He soon recovered, however, got up, and withont sajlng good-bye. tcoi to boils and outran bis own shadow never stopping uutil he got Into the Klrt District station home. AU bauds were afterward arrested, and added a V apiece to the city's revenue yesterday morning. loTitliexrn. Palace! FORSTEB, KEALHOFER & CO. howell, wood & oo. Q ft 0 G E Si $- COTTON FACTORS SPECIAL NOTICES. 332' MAIN STREET, u - Havejost receded a splendid line I or Spring Dress Goods, SllfcB,Pop- mm u 11a rwM wm Ysl rwrr nln linB, aipjftas, jiuiiiuiuiuuio, cn.., etc; Dress Trimmings,. Notions, etc., etc. Also, a One line of Sta ple and Plantation Goods, to which thev Invite the attention of the pnhllc. mbSS AND 209 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,. Wflin Street. 4 Doors North of Adama. MempMa, Teun ESTABLISHED ERUUSON. J.ii. PaiVETT FERCUSOf & PRIVETT lho True Jleillcnl Doctrine. Nature when struggling with dlseas?, Indlcate3 un mistakably the kind of assistance she require In cases of nervous weakness and general de bility, the feeble pulse, the laci-lnstre eye, the attenuated frame, the flaccid muscles, the mel ancholy visage, inform us as plainly as If each organ had a tongue, that a meditated ttimulant it nettled. It does not reo,ne the aid of a med ical education to nnd.rstand this dumb appeal for new vigor, from an exlunsted system. Every reader of these lines can comprehend it just ai well ai the graduate of a physician's college. Let not this demand of enfeebled na ture be nrgleoted. Respond to It promptly by commencing a course of HO-iTETTER'd STOJIACU FITTERS, a preparation uniting, in their highe.t excellence, th9 properties of n sti 21 u i ant, an isvtooBANT anil an altera tive. Bafore three days have elapsed, from the .kl. .Via flret ilnco a Til T f lr I. 1 hAnfHr!fl1 UtlUg U . .U V MV " 0 change, will be manifest in the bodily C I LES IND H&RH ESS, .l lltlnn nr tlia tlllUnL Thft nnl.A lwif4UUSSW rtlllw 1 " 1 1 ' VckA b"uuiw' - " r r will be stronger ana raore jeguiar, wo jb 1000 kgs. Nails.4s to 20s, 600 Avery Plows, 400 Dixie Plows, 100 Cotton Scrapers, 50 doz. Hunt's Axes, 1000 pair Trace Chains, 500 doz. Weeding Hoes, 50 doz. Plow Hames. -DEALERS IN- arn tuoin tn Insp Its du'l expression, tbe mns cular and nervous sysUmt to recover their ten slon, and tbo spirits to Improve. Persevere, and a complete revlvlflcation of the depressed animal and mental powers Is certain. In oases of dyst eps'a and biliousness, tbe same salutary results will be obtained. Tne appetite will re vive, the sulowness ot tbe skin disappear, and a.l tbe dlstrcslngsyniptorua which accompany disorders of the stomach and liver, will rapidly subside. The sudden changes or Spring often Intensities these complMnts by checking the persp'ratory action, by which so much morbid matter is evaporated through the pores of tho body, and therefore the BI ITKRi are esDf cilly useful to the dyipeptic and'bfllous at this sea son. ln,t br n recelTeI. and will be sold to Conntry Merchaata at aUvaice on man. .rcmrer' prices, tall ana examine A. J. WHITE & CO., Hardware Dealers, 234 ront street FIBST CLASS WOOD COOK STOVE "FAVORITE," . t -Kf-rrT o rr tr C" TIN JLINED, VENTJLLATE1J VVMX, mvuj oxw. The most perfect and iJl?Jg5Bta of the Bouthem people. ZIT 1 use. without a single complalntof toeTb.etrreof consUnt use lias proven them to be the moat perfect baker, and economizer. of "iT.rwv i bnvlnsi-B "FAVORITE," as they aia warranted to be superior to all ALLISON BEOS.J 0th5SSSSSrM construcuon aU the Impro'vements known In modern flrst-das. -l Tbya,Veo thebestNo.lf have more merit and ga"iiiis - ind -ikmlne testimonials of their an ptrtomy SADDLERY HARDWARE AND MAN 0FACTURER3 OP A'O. 220 feb!3 SZAIX STREET. Importers nd Wholesale Dele la It will cav kir.M hmrtnif anv other stove. A mil 8UDD1T Ol Trade Mark for GUNS, CUTLERY, ETC. Company, Trade (S) Hark for jTBBLiso. BUver. Gorham Manufacturing PUOVIDENCK, R. I , BTEHL1NU SILVER "WARE AND VTPtv F!f. SILVER PLATED TV ARE. nniun rpiwinod frnn the trade onlv.butthese I goods may be obtained irom responsible deal-I . it.-, VI ln-nd Kmlsr era everywhere. ap8- M&CKesle A Urban' Tire fiBPSl" ERRING BUT NOBI.E. SELF-HELP FOR young men who, navltg erred, desire a bet ter manhooO. Bent In sealed letter envelopes, rrce or oharge. If beneflti td, return the pest AdilrSSi. PHILANTUROa BoxP Phila delphia, Pa. mhlS diW Instead of BrtTES. nse Mothers, give the Children Ask your Doctor for The Drujgista all sell sixes, tocather with the celebrated' EitenBlon-top Slave 'CARDINAIV'tePtatwnole!ilUeana ' ' Dealer In Store, and Holloware, lamps, Coal nil and House InraltnG and Ilannfactnrer or Iln Booflnr, Guttering and every descrlp. Uon or Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iran Worfc, No. 328 Second Street, Memphis, Tennessee. 1 SWEET JQUININE BOLE AGENTS JFOR1 K. Carrer & Co.'s Improved Cottos filw, rroor Bafes, Tesaesseo Ukarcoal and xaiac7 IrB? 370 Front Street, Co limitation Water la i a certain ctire for diabetUand aUdlwasaa ofthe kidneys. For sale by all druggists. MEMPHIS. : aeaom : : : TKNN. STOVES, ETC. C OTTON CO MMISSIOH MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, Corner of Main and Monroe Sts. vsr In the heart of the business portion of the city, con venient to the Eailroad Offices and Depots, Steamboat landing, Fostoffice and Theaters. We respectfully solicit public patronagei jaiT D. COCKRELL & SONS. 20" 3E2 V WILLIAM GAY, Memphis, renn. J. H. MARTI 5T, Late of . Lane & Co. STOYE HOUSE. irrt! win ntn ADrll 5. the large a"- commo: . ' . " . 1 T WHOLESALE diousf4ur Messrs. Bascher with a large stock of ?w52i?sK GROCERS, COTTOH FACTORS RELIABLE AND POPULAR ' . . i i -n-TiTt TTnTTCI'IP Martin, TJAPTiWAEE 1JVIHU1TJ-W vELWU I AUUVd' MEMPHIS. STOVES, Hollow Waro, Sad Irons, Tin Ware and House Fur nishing Goods, BUCKEYE SAX.V,. A fresh supply of the juhtlj celebraua article lor xue care oi k-iies, re eclvett andfor utile by U. W. JOSES & UU., Wholesale Druggist, 337 Main street. Silks and drew goods ol every mater rial cleaned and dyed at the MempbU Bteam Dyeing E3tabli8hm9nt,202 Second street. 1 Please look at those cheap table lin ens, and Kussia towels, Jit ivraua Co., 218 Mainot., oorner of Adams, t Fires. There were two alarms of fire rung yesieraay morning ueiweeu twu and three o'clock. The first one waa In the lower district, and was caused ny tne burning of a shanty owned ana occupied by Mr. Hardin, on Allen avenue. It was completely destroyed, the losa being about two hundred dollars. The other was a bouse on Manassas street, owned by Mr. Mitchell, the pavement contrac tor. It was also completely destroyed, the furniture, however, being saved. Mr. Mitchell bad not ownea me uouse dui to or three days, be buying traded a p"ce of land for it to Mr. George Gear, tne linage ouimsr, on murBuay ur ! day last. th"flres vero incendiary. TEN-qtJAHTEK bleached sheeting, EO ceuU per yard, at M. Kraus & Co., 218 Main street, earner of Adama. t gi'KiNO suits twautifally dyed and re paired at tbe Memphis Steam Dyeing Ejtabllihment, 262 Second street. t 3UWUS.iceniaijrysru, lm atPaU.wu's (objected to). Ne.'tr & Co., 218 Main street, corner of I mm Htur tbe ibootiug. t I Redirect Saw Inman at Pattlson's pt I .. ..whim tttAKmiit.viifiitrlh.niirtv.'' Dkess Goods. 20 cents jwr yard, stM Krsus Adams, The Daily Api?eal in delivered by faithful carriers, Stven times a week for (itnty.flve cents. Q . " Was tbera bdt evidence as to robbery T " ObloctaU to and withdrawn. . m. n liucn worn i uon t snow vteorge -VosbliiSton, Have seen blm once. Thatpartj (polntlnz to tbo witness, Uejrg WaabtngtonJ is not tbe man." Q. " lie Is not the same T A. " No sir. But I Snow tbls man. I hare known hltn three years, fte is one of tbe men linn ter and Beaumont got Into a dlfflcnlly abqaU I know his reputation. I would not believe him on oath. He Is lUie every othar thief. His generil reputation Is bad. He used to be about tbe conn rooms golnz on bonds of thieves, eio." (Objected to.) Crott examined by elate " His general report is bad among his neigaoors ani abs dates. Ills neighbors are black don't mow any whle. Don't recollect hrailng his name mixed with tbeintr.lns" ft l Morrtton twrn-H Have known George Washington tnree wars. I used to be In Fat Winter's office, aod a deputy constable at a Squire'. qSce. I have been employed princi pally as a ueiecuve, jcitouuk vuv vauuc snow h's generat reputation; It Is very bad; I wou d not believe him 03 oath." nrA. namln'd bv lhe State." I was a detec tive know mtny parties that I have keen hint with; hvye sen nim at Bob Church's saloon, gambling, scd on lie Eoto street. He used to run with two white men, a year or two ago. I don't know ttat he associates with John or ZackCurlin; trad it In the paper since the trial. D n't kcow a man named Inman," Angela Marre worn. " Have known George Washington three or foil!" years. Was on tbe detective force. Ills general reputation is bad. 1 wonld not brieve olm ou oath." Orott examined." Was on tbe police force two years go." o. era 7an cot Jlsob arced ?" (Gen. Witllaoe " Xoiitw ask him If he didn't kill Ma atMta." Col Uantt, "I did not wish to ask OinTTltiie a that nuestlon). A. " 1 was olscnarged. I was a principal witness b gainst CoL Ho umDnt in a u Ul here." Miu lVa.d Saltan tvarn. "1 have known Mr. Pattlson three or four years He was at home (Pattlson's house) on tbe 19th February. I wat there. He went to bed about eleven o'clock. That was tbe night wheu Wilson and Nancy was killed. I am agister of Mrs. PatU son, and of Mm JJlckem. I went to faltison's be me about the 10th of February and remained tbr three wwks." Crest-cxamimxi oy aiuze. l Knew inman. 1. saw From thwell-known house ot Mes3rs G. W. BALL & CO., of KENTUCKY STOVE WORKS. Also, LOTZE'S celebrated Warm Air furnaces and Supjrlor Coot lag Banges. Dmnni aro.Ti tir.17 enod Cooking Stoves, would do well by waiting aad seeing ourstock before Wholesale andretall-a liberal inducement to the trade. bciviij u x apl No. 3S1 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. COMMI SION MERCHANTS DEALERS IK lMaatatlou Supplies, BnffKlas;, Kope . and I rout Tits, No. 310 Front (Street, Nest Door to Orglll Bros. & Co., ronlt MEMPHIS. TENN Moon, Cotton . xctor. General Produce and C CHARLESTON, B. F. AVERTT'S BELMONT NAIL T!STASIiISHIU IK NEW YORK. 183a. 1863. DEPOT FOB OAST AND STEEL PLOWS, DEPOT FOR WOBKS' STJFERIOB CUT HAILS. FULL, SUPPLIES OF HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUSS AM) SHElf A5D HEAVY 660BS. nmission Merchant, feb2 F. W. Factors Sale of Real Estate. So. jalS daw CINCINNATI. E. O. HURD. BTJBCKHABDX & CO, party. ana aaw blm the Sunday afier the party." Marl Wait, rwam, and testlflaa to Pattlson's good teputuion. Mikt jXewlon, twn "I know Geo. Wash ingtop geaenU'j' callea Abrdefa, Hitv WHEREAS, by the provisions of a deed from J. b. Williams Co. to Gulseppe Gallino aud Bernado Cunlo. dated 21th Augutt. im? and reco ded In Book 53, part 2d. pap 31T. the grantors have reserved to themselves a SDeclal lien on tbe property therein convey ed, waiving all auitle and right or redemption, and also reserving to themselves, in case of de jat wajmenVof either or all of the notes exited by the grantees ror the purchase money at the maturity thereof, tbe power t enter and resell tn iana coavejea m mo deed and ex ecu tins to thb purchaser a good and valid title free from aU equities or right of redemption In the grantees ; and whereas, a Dart of the purchase money la now due and un paid, we. the undersign i, grantors in jue above mentioned deed.do. In pursuance of tae said provision therein, hereby give notice, that attr thirty days from the date of this, to-wlt : on the First Day of May Next, We will sail, on the premises, to th highest ,Hjr rnr rjiah. the lot sj t forth In the above deed by meets and boanJs, as follows : Be tnn'.n5 at stake in the north side of Baal street 372 feet lrom the Intersection of the east side of De oto street : thence with north l.no rtai tirAr t e&t tiftv-elzht (68) feet to a stake : ... .n.th turn hnndiwl and fl tv (250V f ent 1 ZrZh tr a. stake: thence west and Darallel nrrf tst! PREPARED TO MAKES LIBK- Prtftl ot.Bft hfLvlzat lot) feet: tlienoo I WV ! Advances on Cotton In store la south two hundred ana fifty (250) feet to be- I city; or for shipment to Messrs. DAVIS. Binning oeias iw , wsaiM,en xwxjfc. SraSl F 7.D.ILLIAM$ACa ' maU TOOF FHUJCtlM CO. . .. -c. . American Maaufafiturers afford faelll Ho. 4 Howard's Row. rVR long established mmkuom '"iSSuon wuibe maintained, and no enort iparea 223 Second Street, Adams Blecfc, - OT.;HOMegDJenn CAPT. JAMES O- BAP-BODTw CUBBINS & GUNS', IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, A THE lUHIHERT LINE BETTER AMD CHEIPER THM EER' E. O. HURD k CO., xhst kebp on haki a otock op hew ASD StCUfll.nu cotton Oo.Mlsslos He:rc'st stationary and. Portable Engines, Boilers, Etc., flU lWiOJVOUSVVH.v., A. Ootton AND Commission Merchants, . . 278 Front Street, up-aiairs Over K.H. Taylor Co., MEMPHIS, TENS. T IBERAL advances made on consignments U urueraror woooasuaiw. I W10U8H1 im sas m watii nm of all sizis, CASH ADVANCES OX COTTON Notice to Shippers. WXUchlUhe cut and nttedor FEENOHBUBE GEIST mi-Ufe, Which, for durability an 1 satisfactory wartrng. are ""i flLTIKC CLOTHES UfcAir. In full BarplJ". aBd chea?? elsewhere. SMUTTEKS.