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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1869. VOL. 80-N0.7 ESTABLISHED 1840. BY TELEGRAPH. iNMMIvn PrM aaatckmia WASHINGTON- Death of Secretary Rawlias. Washington, September G. At S o'clock this a.m. Secretary Rawlins cough was more troublesome and res piiation more tiiffli-ult. At 11 o'clock to-day ho was asleep, tine of the watchers was (ten. J. E. Smith. Nourishments and stimulant were frequently administered. His physi cians are' hoping to sustain his last waving strength until the return of tbel'n-ident, who is hourly expected. Latkr, Secretary 'Rawlins died at 4:1 2 this p.m. REVENUE RECEIPTS: A comparative statement of reve nue m-etpts tor March, April, May, June, July and Aurui, 18fts, with the same mnths this year shows an in-cr.-a.se. for the latter of S."7,37. To day's receipts, $."s".7,x. ORTER FROM DELANO. Commissioner Helano to-day issued the following onler: All partie having rlaims in this office, and all attorneys, claim agent, or other persons acting In their Ihv balf, having bu"ineMs with this office, phali be reiiuired to communicate the same In writing to tne Solicitor of the Bureau through the mails. No person whatever not connected with the office by official relation shall be allowed an" Interview with the Clerks or employees except by express permission of the Commissioner or Deputy Commissioner. CASUALTIES. Shipwreck and Loss of Life. XoRFOLK.September C Part of the crew of the British Bark, Ezra, ashore on Bad v'e Wand, have arrived here. Thev report that in attempting to reach the shore in the small boatCapt, llaxles, his wife and chief mate, one boy and two seamen, were drowned. The vessel will probably bo a total loss. ANOTHER COAX, MINK DISASTER. Plymouth, Pa., September 6. A fire broke out this morning in a tlue nnd bottom shaft owned by the Dela ware, Lockawaaa and Western Com panv, In this place, and In a short time the whole breaker and outbuild ings were in flames, and the hotst ing apparatus was the only avenue, for the mines was destroyed. The efforts to stav the flames were una vailing, and the whole structure fell, filling up the shaft, and hare no communication out, and hare no chance for air, as the only way for getting air into the shaft was through the main opening, and that was filled with burning Umbers :tnd debris of the dames. It is feared that the whole number were suffocated or perished for want of air. The scene is heart rending. Families are congregated in large numbers. The loss will amount to about 1100,000, partially covered by insurance. HEATH FROM ACCIDENTAL BHOOTISG. Nashville, September C Webb Bmith, chief clerk in Cray & Kirk man's hardware store, died this morn ing of a wound received Friday by an accidental pistol shot from the hands of a customer to whom he had sold the pistol. He wa-. a brother-in-law of Oen. Cheatham. FOREIGN ITEMS. The Germaa Catholic Hierarchy. Xew York, September C A Ion don special says the Oerruan Catholic Hierarchical Convention ia in session in Fulda, and adopted a line of action or platform to be observed by the pre lates in council In Rome. It is tole rant and dependent in tone, yet in a spirit of complete ubmUsion to all of the holv sect. The Austrian Bishops did not attend. They amenable la convention In Saulsbury. Dublin, September ti. Cardinal Culien has ordered prayers of thanks giving in the Catholic Churches for the termination of religious ascendency in England. Mr. Gladstone, In a note just pub lished, says the ietition of the Feuians is under consideration in the Cabinet. The Arch Bishop of Armiugh and Dublin have agreed to convene a lay conference, which will greet this city in October. THE MVVSIHH ("KIRCH. Madril-. Septemler 6. A proposi tion has been made to nsluoe the hierarchy of Spain to five Archbishops and thirty-two Bishops. MORE OF THE BY HON SCANDAL. LottDO.i, 6eptemler 6. The Mam irw TUtegraph reviews chronologically Jrlrs. Stowe's articleon l)rd and l.ady Byron. It says the subject is too pain nil to discuss. It regards the publica tion as the result of indiscretion on the part of Mrs. Stowe and the pub lishers. l:FiRG ANIMATION OF THE TRISn CHfRClI. Armauoh, Ireland, Kept. 6. The . . . , -s, i . work Qt reorganizing tne nurcn is progressing satislactory. A requisi tion has been prepared to ask the pre lates to convene a lay conference. THE EGYPTIAN MVDDLE. CoNHTAXTlSOPLi , September 6. iThe Kheuive nas nupaicueu iiw no loni tntka Virifra -., nil letter rela- , ii , , .. tive to negotiations of loans without J&e consent ol ine rsuoiiiiie r-urte. I ifirtv Hpntemlier '.. Later di-- , mtcbtw state that the Khedive left Alexandria for Constantinople. PANIC OX THE CONTINENT. ; fyiUDON. September 0. Private Advices aav there it a panic In Qer- 1 beny antl au news irnui r mv. V HEALTH Gl TUL EMI'EBOR. iri Suuteniber tL The official i A .. l n m dorian that the i.iuiuhu w r: . 7 , , Xnperor's condition U not alarming. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. The Philadelphia Contorted Election Case. pinu DELPHI A, September C The iinruuieut commenced to-day In the irreat contested election case before the Court of Plea-involviug all offi cers of the niunicipal government who re4ved ccrtiticates last October. TheevJWence taken fills V paget, and the argument will occupy all this weejTV not longer. A decision will iiotfbe given before the close of the month. L O. OF O. F. XaMTZLUC, September 6. The .rand Sire and other Odd Fellows left to-dav for San Francisco to attend the meeting of the (iraud lodge. THE EX PRESIDENT. A Spiteful Fling at Mr. Johnson. Nasnvii-i.E, September 6.-Ex-President Jolinsoii still lingers In Nashville, having been here some ten davs scheming for election to the L nl ed States Senate. NEW YORK. The Fashion Course Meeting. New York, September . The Fashion Course running races, four mile beats, to-day, between J. Ecker MSa! Flora Mclvtr, Oant. Moore s Privateer, and Dr. Welden's Alder barrow, was won by Flora after a most Interesting contest, Privateer lieiug the favorite lefore suiting at even against the tield, and two to one after winning the second heat, Flora leing the lowest in the betting throughout. Summary. Flora Mclver, 1, 2, 1; Privateer t, U ii Alderbaxrow 3,3, dLst; 7:351, 4:45, 7:51. 11IOIILY IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC. The family of Pre-ident Grant ar rived here this evening, and will re main at Mr. Corbyn's house until his return from Washington. TENNESSEE SHARPER ARRESTED. Wm. Norris was arrested to-dayand held for examination on a charge of swindlingabout a dozen firms in this city out of $30,J9u or f40,000 worth of merchandise purchased lrorn them and shipped to Cincinnati on his rep resentation that he was agent of Woof is A Yateman, proprietors of the Cumberland Iron Works, Cumber land, Tenn. That firm repudiate, and say he has not been authorized to do any business for them. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS. NEW YORK. Nkw YoRR.ScpternWfi. Cotton quiet and drooping; sales .VihaU; uplands M5o. I lour 5(m; 25. Wheat ?1 4ft for No. 2 Spring; closing l2o lower. Rice quiet and firmer. Coffee firm; Marooalio l's,(iv Vc. Irond Cuba sagar lmnxlSu. Mola. aos nominal. Whiakv 81 10' i' cl 12. Coru $ I -i ii 22. Dry Oootia Market opened fairly, but not very active, and prioea generally are steady." Wehaveoniy follow ing changes to note to-day : Stevens linen crash Is veiling at annexed prices: B brown MUftJ do bleached ll.'-o; do A brown l.tHc; do bleached U'4c. R brown US'", Weaehad lbKe. K brown lfic: bleachetl 15Je. N brown 17!-,o: bleached MXc Mill Roll brown lSUc; do blecbed, and the work ingman's blue. l.c, l nbanis are ohangid from 21 S to 22 So. Money. Money enar and steady, 6Qi, until 8 p.m., when It became very active at 7c for call loans; activity attributed to gold speculations, which continue very heavy. Sterling dnll, SfgWijc. trold un settled : opened at :Cc. touched 37?ct and fell to 36'iC advam-rd to 37?i'c. and -lod at 37'. c. Carrying rates 2(l percent., and lKrriwiug tUt at &a-tefol-S2 per cenc. nor day. l'learaji.. 12.0il.fi00. rTali la Franoe, owing to the Illness of Nanoleon. annear in an excited and seri ous condition as witnessed by the decline rentes, which are quoted ost anil jc against 711 and ojo uu saiuraay. iwmra- inents neavy ana lower, sibk ihjuuiuuij. i 'i.l l i iinestiees, fiO'i; new. NEW ORLEANS. New OrleaXS. SJepteniber C Cotton sales US bales; middlings 32c; receipts 2ftO bales. Flnnr supenlne uoanw at R.", ; JCX fl 35; XXX plenty at so rn, higher; mixed IKo-l 0."; white $1 fti f-il 10. Oats lower at COra-tilr. Hay V.'biskv lower: Western rectllieil ei ac: others "firm and unchanged. Oo!d IX erling H7. New orli algnt M,c nia- count. CINCINNATI. Cini innati. Septeinlvr fi. Family aw ft 25. I'ora -Sl.'o l W. Oats :Afaa Whisky held at $1 us. p..rk 32 7WXi. Ird 19 -c. Bulk meats held at 16f.i!.So. Bacon l.Vo.ls,fh,ls;c. Hams Zf'VUf. Wheat, red. SI HA1 2-S; white, $1 S0(i.l . B.itler2sXyS&(.. Kggs lyrn.aK-. ST. LOUIS. St. Lorn, Sepiember r.. Superfine flour $4 mv 2-". Wheat, No. i: fall si In 1 is. Cora S7'its. l)at oic. tiyo 77 -,UH5c. Bsrley el 2-1. Whisky fl Oyi. 10. iroeene qiuei ana unriwnnwi. Pork J "'i3i. Bulk meat 14'. Ml, - . Bacon r.;tiM lSc. Liird 19J40. CHICAGO. OnicAOo. Septemer C Flour, spring extra, tO 7.VS7 00. licat 1 .UP'Jiit 304. Corn 67c. Oats 4-,'a 44c. ltveiftc. Mar ley jl 25M1 ML llighwlneafl . Cuba aaaar lT!fl Pork KUfaSS 75. Lard lS?c. Bulk shoulders 13V,(.j l.v c. LOUISVILLE. I.ocisvi.i.e, iSeptcuiiief C. Sujerfine flour W-tft 2.".. Coi n 8,va92'je. Oata 45 i r vi. iff.-e!ifsj unaltered, lobaoisi, sales hluls at s7 1'-. i'"fk Ki'M. Macon sides lit '..eta. 11", . I.anl2ii'. Hams 22 23.V. Whisky ?1 in. FOREIGN. IXnoN, September 4. Consols for money 92 Anierii-an securuiPB nai. 20 iK.uds of 2,2S; of '6j, K2VJ; of t,, M i , t',2' at Frankfort M Liy kbpool, September 6. Cotton market flat. Clan Is. 13' to 130; Or leans, n?id ; sales r,000 bales. California white wheat lis Jd; reo Wewteru 11W Id. Wentern Uour H, Corn Ma Jd. Oats 3stsl. Peas 4. Paris. September . Bourse exacted rentes opened u-day at 701" 36c, a heavy di-clina since Saturday night. To-day the Cunmisaaire of the Bonis,-, in order to allay the excitement, publicly announced that the health of the Kuiperor la satis factory. ANDY JOHNSON. The Banner calls him our " Bob tailed, Collar-spiked Bull Dog. From the Franklin Review. Our city content porary, the Banner, has gone wild and mad as a " March hre," on the Senatorial question. HI" leaders, now-a-days, are filled with spleen and venom against the greatest of living statesmen. He can't give a homily on manufactures, nor mention the interesting topic of immigration, without interlarding with them very disrespectful adjectives towards the man he once so fondly admired. We re puzzled beyond measure at the c urse of the able and " leading " jour nal. We cannot conjecture why it is t mt be has soured so unon " our An dy." In an article lately, headed " Of Course." heaiim-cii the outsitie worm by the spiteful style in which htreat- ei the iiign ana soianin quesuou oi Fowler s succession, llischiel reason as we gather, against the election of Andrew Johnson to the United State Senate, is that it will displease Grant. Of course it will do tliat. What is calculated to " annoy and fret V a sea side lounger so much as the sight of a hard working legislator? A man whose pure and corruptless life Is a burning satire upon the greed and av arice of Clysses Grant. Of course it uill aunoy ami iret lr. uraui, taut Washington City should be cursed with the presence of a man who hates Radicalism m ke does Hie devil, and w ho can't be bought by the treasures of the earth. When Johnson gets to Washington, irant will have to stay at home anu ultena to his business. Another Important and exceedingly able and polite reason assigned by this learned and courteous chronicler is, t hat Massachusetts will send cock-eyed Ben. Butler to the Senate if Tennessee sends Andrew Johuson, and that our "bob-tailed," "collar-spiked" bull dog will interest the Northern De mocracy in the upper seats by worry ing the" Beast. "Of course" this Is very genteel in the H(unrr to coimiari the statesman who treaded with firm ness and faith the most rugged path of dutv, iu defending an oppressed peo ple known In the history of men, to a blaspheming, cock-eyed buffoon and coward. Of all the puerile and weak articles sent forth to the world lately by this "leading" journal, his "of course" article bas done the least harm to the object of this malignant attack and covered its author with the ridicule and contempt of every reasoning and reflecting mind. Who U the Banner for, for Senator? Is he for Senter? Is he for Etheridjfe? What is the difference between John son and Etheridg ? Both an- obnox ious to the Radicals. Tlie only differ ence Ls that Johnson is more so, be cause he has fought them the longest, heaviest and hottest thnt. His ability to "annoy and fret' the rascals is more capacious than any ether. Kth eridge would light In the center of the Senate Chamber, spit in his hands, and go to pulling hair and breaking bones the first time the roll was called. rtMarijl wotM bo like the Cossack cavalry harrasslnsr the rear of the de moralized army of Napoleon. John son would be like combined armies moving to a second Waterloo. If our Bami t friends don t want to annov Gnflit or disturb Sumner and others of like ilk, Juct send Fowler back. He will be quiet enough for vou. If you don't want fight, don't send Johnson or Etheridge. Jfyou want Radicalism ground to powder and a glorious leader furnished our friends North and South, by all means send Andrew Johnson. WONDERFUL PHENOMENON. The Red Light in the Heavens San Francisco Amazed. Our cottsins of San Francisco have the advantage of those of as who live in the interior, in their opportunity to look out dailv to the westward on the waters of the great "Big Pond." On the i"0th of August, at about 7 o'clock in the evening, they commenced ob serving what even to them was a new and singular phenomenon in the sky: TheSan Francisco Timm give- the fol lowing description : "The sun bad set h full hour, aud already the shadea of night had begun to gather over the city, when a warm glow stole over the heavens, rapidly deepening to that rosy hue which usually accompanies a sunset in clear weather. So strong and ruddy was this strange light that hundreds" of persons supposed a great fire had broken out somewhere. Those who live on the hills were startled bvtha crimson glow reflected from the walls of those nouses which faced the West, and many hastened into the streets to discover the where- aliouts of what they imagined to lo The light ' an extensive conflagration tilled a space in the heavens of about forty-flve degrtsas from the horizon. It was of a warmer hue than that usual in auroral phenomena, and, un like the latter, was perfectly steady and continuous. For the space of an hour it continued to giow redly, and to light up the walLs of the houses as with the reflection of a phantom sun set. Those who observed tlie phe nomenon carefully noticed that a bank of vapor, not clearly defined as a mass of clouds, but evidently humid and heavy, hung high in the atmosphere above the ocean, aud probably served as a reflector and llstributor of the rays of the sun. itself far below the horizon at the time. "The fact that similar appearances have been noticed at Marysville and Sacramento during tlie past forty eight hours, indicates the existence of an abnormal condition in the atmos phere. How that condition is caused we do not pretend to say, but there can belittle doubt that tms strange ap pearance was produced by reflection ot tne sun s ravs upon a oans. oi va l U UiUlb. HI ii" i nor. which remitted it to the earth ; again, after the sun had disappeared ! vi,.- k woi r.r tua hnsiAn " below the level of the horizon. r-This r.hnnmnnn sn nnnilerftll and ' atonishing, was witnessed at many I other points on our Pacific coast and in the interior, this side of the sierra Nevada. Some years ago a similar Dhenomenon was witnessed in the In- dian archipelago from the decks of the I'uited States supply ship Lexingtou. On that occasion everything on board the ship, the men and officers in cluded, assumed a blood-red hue; the sea foamed with a perceptible ripple .is all blood-red it passed the vessel which, barely moving at the time, was shortly distanced by tneiroin. It was noticed shortly after that the frightful phenomenon, beibre which the stoutest heart on decriuailsLpre- ceded a squall of most destructive character. :s!ot one of the officers ex plained and none of the men could explain a phenomenon that did not In any way attach to the going down of the sun as that event occurred some hours after. Eue. Appeal. ANOTHER SENSATION. . .... , i The uyinn Moments ot an iniurea i woman. A corresioondelit of the 0W York to go forth Into the ohlll. misty atmosphere tyr"rV"ut'"1. l"p '"7 of September morning ox evenlngVlth the Uorlil, Slgtling himself or herself, stomach uufortlfled by a tonic, and of all the " One Who Knows," Writes as follows ! tonics which tuedlcal chemistry has yet given r ,h.. 1,1 uiS, of C.m lluniel E 1 ,,,- wor,d- HIsSTFTTEK-M BITT!Rfl are of the late VtB OI en. JJaniei L,. ( ,101 to be the pureat, tb most whole SicklS, present Minister to Spain, the j some, and. the most heueSelal. uniortuiiiite woman wno wasinecauso of Sickhss mimierintr Keys, in Wu-ih ington, in 1So9. The correspondent says: When a man has steepetl liimself to the dregs in all that ia vile in morals and disreputable in manhood; Ls un worthy oi truth in any shape; guilty of fraud aud murder crimes which commit a man of less shrewdness to the penitentiary as has been shown to be the case in the portraiture given of Daniel JE. Sicklee. it yet seems that we have an administration to honor this man and insult a foreign power bv making him an ambassador there to; and we ixave a public party opinion to Justify these acts. Will not these facts l an extension to the s'n charged against the un happy woman who called him hus band, and who now sAcepa forgotten in her dishonored grave. Will yrw not allow a simple word Jn behalf of one ef her sex by one who has had oMsirtunlty to know? I tor one "do not believe If rs. Sickles guilty of the eiuirgo made against her. I believe Sickles To have been as vile in his treatment of hisjwife as ho was iu every other, respect; pufhapri more vfle, beraitse he could wrong her with impunity, and sweep from the earth, covered with odium, a man whose graces created envy in his own mind, and whose manly sense of honor was a reproach to his own vileness, and whose intellect and culture were far beyond his own reach, and whose only sin was in his sympathy for and kind ness to a neglected, ill-u?ed wife. 1 admit that It is dangerous ground, this sympathy for a married woman; for lietter be content to suffer, endure, and die than touch the tempting cup. I.H this suffice on this head. That Mrs. Sickles was lovely In per son, simple and child-like in charac ter, all admit. Such characters are not easily degraded. Were she the degraded creature he has led the world to tieueve, tier sensitnlitie would not have remained so acute that she died in less than two vearsof ' a hroken heart She was weak and cowardly. I ad mit. Alas! t hew defecLs would have niatle her sacred In the eyes of a manly man, and he would have done his utmost to shield her frem evil. Let me depict the few last hours in the life of this injured woman. Btuug, it may be, by an irresjionsl hle feeling of remorse, he protends in the eyes of the world to have restored her to favor. I will not discuss the propriety of this kind of clap-trap sentiment. 1 speak of the fitct. She was placed in a handsome house with theordinary appliances of wealth. Of the secret history of the two at this time nothing need le said. She was ruined in character, broken in health, utterly lost to the world as only wo men can be lost left without hope, without society, and without sympa thy, except from the few who were re lated to het, and who loved and pet ted her. She had long intervals of nervous prostration, when she would lie for hours like a dying person. She sat day after day with her head lean ing upon her wasted hand, and eyes listless, seeing and caring tor little in a world whose sunshine to her hail been so darkly eclipsed. She sighed faintly, but said little or nothing. She was a sad wreck. She knew she was dying, and expreased no thought or interest in anything but her absent daughter. One day she turned suddenly to a young friend and asked: "Do you think me a guilty woman?" and without waiting for an answer, she went on; " I wish to speak now while I can. I was so shocked and terrified at that horrible time that I did not know what I said. But I am not guilty of any sin. Mr. Sickles was very violent I was afraid of him he brought me a paper, which he said I must sign he said he should be hung if I did not sign it. I never read one word of that paper; I did not know one word written in it. I put my name where he told me, and 10 save his life." She was sinking rapidly, and was carried to her bed from a long fainting turn. As she opened her eyes, reviv ing slowly, they fell upon the face of Daniel E- Sickles, painted and framed, hanging before her. Lifting her pale ha :ii I. she said: "Take it away." Those about her remonstrated ; but the second and the third time she murmured: "Take it away." The picture was removea. " Now place my tlaughter's lace there," she said, with a sad smile. This was done, and she gazed with a longing, wistful look upon the young face, and sighed heavily. The poor, weary eyes closed, and she was gone to Him unto whom is oiened the secrets of the heart. Arkansas News. Everybody in Ashley county is bus' Pielc,ns' eotton The projected railroad from Little Rock to a point opposite Vicksburg Ls leing surveyed. Owing to excessive drouth, crop prospectB, in Conway county, ure gloomy The Little Rock GazetU is hard down on the Associated Press swin dle. The Grand I.csfge of F. A. and A. M., meets at Little Rock in Novem ber. A man named Wilkins was shot and killed by his brother-in-law, near Powhatan, last week. The Clerk of Cra wford eountyflxed yesterday (Sunday) for the commence ment of the sale of land for taxes. Mrs. Elbert Yarbrough, of Cam den, has spun a heavy skein of silk thread from silk-worms of our own raising. David Ross, an Indian, who was to have been hanged on Friday last at VanBuren, for the murder of a white man, had his punishment commuted a , . , w nl0.i.t 1,1 'a,DM full-Wooded negro, publishes at Little Rock the Arkanta Freeman, and is, without a doubt. '. ,,, u ""l" man an me V,V ,w i soi .raausascomoinea. i advice to the negroes evinces 15S" practical Judgment, and they "'iil do well to heed it. SPECIAL NOTICES. The Fever and Ague Season. --Wbeo the" leaves begin to change, remittent and Inter mittent fevers make their appearance. From the surface of the earth, bathed nightly In heavy dews, from marshes and 9wamDa sur charged with moisture, trom the dying foll- age or the woods, from' festering jk ? tt koii, anu pteni ls?r vapor uei llmis to health and life. The body, deprived by the burning temperature of July and August of much of Its ylgnr and elasticity, 1 not lu a proper plight to resist malaria; and hence all diseases that are produced by a depraved condition of the atmoaphere arc particularly prevalent In the Fall. There 1 no reason why the health of thoa ' sands of people should be thus sacrificed. A pis-panUorv course nf HST1STTF.R"U BTOM ! ACH BIVrERS, Is a certain protection against I the epidemics and endemics which Autumn brings in its train. Let all dwellers In un healthy localities, liable to such visitations. ! give heed to the warning and advice con i veed In this advert tseiuent. and they may uia ueu: bid dedance to the foul exhalations which are now niug uttfht and day. from the soli mid them. No farmhouse In the land should be without this Invaluable exhlla rant and lnvlgoraiit at any period of the rear, but especially In the Fall, It Is not safe : , ,. . 7 vers, take the BITTERS at least twice a day throughout the present season. It la as wholesome aa It Is lufalllbl. Look to the trade-mark." U08 1'ETTEtJ'sJ sjTOMACH B1T TEKv" engTaved on the label and uittossed on the bottle, and their revenue ntamp cov ering the cork, n counterfeits and Imitations abound. Impossible to detect even upon the olwwt examination after applying Milk, of Violets, which produces a most beautiful appearance lo ine sain, is goods dealers. Sold by all druggists and fancy V. W. nriucBi ntagft Y. Svuerai ag-eui NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 'HO MERfHANTH - A Memohlan. who Is 1 engaged In a tiaveltug Ijoslness that brings him In lutlmale contact with the peo ple ot Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas, would be pleased to consider a proposal from a raw Memphis merchants. Address at once T. E. H., seT Tare 125 Heal su eet. nVBLIC WARM.NO. - I am again under the I painful and humiliating necessity of warning the publl against my son. Jcseph Laurill. aaed Is v ears. Yoo must receive no rders, either written or verbal, purporting to come from me, as I give none, and will nut pay auy debt of his contracting. set L. 1.AORILI- RALLY! RALLY ! RALLY! M ERCH ANT8 look to your luterest. If you want Urocerles Bagging and Ties, cheap a' wholesale, go toSTRATTON, (JOY EK 4 CO., Wholesale Grocers and Cotton factors, Nos. 1JJ and SB Fi ont street, Memphis. Tana. a7 JAMES is. DAY. W. F. FROLTF1T DAY & PR0UDF1T. Cotton Factors, No. 9 MONROE ST.. MEMPHIS. sag GRAND ORGAN CONCERT AT THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, This TiiAftdav Fvftninn Rant 7th By Pro!. A. J. CRL5WULD, Assisted My the Eminent VooallaU, Mrs. Louis Czaptkl aod Prof. Sahatiky. PROGRAMME-PART I. I. Overture to "William Tell" Rnsslnl. 1. lino. "Dark Day of llorror" Rossini. Mrs. czapskt and Prof. Sahatiky. . Honata, No. i Mendelssohn. S. Keen and Aria ICreatlon). Haydn. Pro! Subatxky. PART II. 5. Prelude and Fugue (A Minor) Rath. . smug Mrs. czausai. 7. Overture to " Midsummer Night's Dream,'' Mendelssohn. a. Triumphal March . ... .Costa. Admission, 75 cents. Tickets for sale at Ben son's and Ooepel s Music mores. Concert to vommeucc at o'clock. BsVr NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Notice to Confederate Soldiers. List of Confederate Soldiers who have beea Elected Members of the Confederate Relief and Historical Astocia tloa of this City. LL member who hyo not paid their ln nttl.ition fees and dues, can do o by si- Unilini the in,-fi in 10 u neiu ni iohwt DAY KVKN1MU, the th iu.Ht., In the Ex change Building. tTS o'cloelt. Those spply Ing for membership at the lust regular meet ing are in the hands of the Committee on Credaotlala. Any Confederate wishing to join the Association can do so by handing to anr of tlie following named gentlemen liU Daine. rank, company, regiment, brigade, division and army, together with date or en listment and date of parole or time of leav ing aerywr Thi must be accompanied with vouchers. luHW W. DAWBOX, Hec'y. LLST or MEXBKBS. atton Anderson. T. P. Adams. James K. Heasley, Edward Brennau, J. C. Bridges, R. J. Black, A. J. Black, ia. Clesxy, IL A. Collins, A. R. broeacher, J. W. Dawson, B F. Dickinson, B. T. English, B.T. Kwell, J. W Fravser, K. D. Erayser, 8. R. Ciamnion, Q. W. liordon, Thus. Harney, R.K Hart, K.E. llov. w. Y. C. Mnmes, Frank L. James, J. M. Keefe, Jarry Lewis, Charles U. Locke, A. 1. MeLondun, Alex. M,sU'ugl., J. II. Murray, J. M. Mathews, J anu McOehce, H T. MlngeR, J. W. Moones. t. H. Miller, Q. N. rain, W. D. Polndextcr. i. B. Postou, & O. Keand. L. O. Hives, J. H. smith, W. D. Btratton, W. U. Stephens, J. W. -Sneed. Chris. Htetnkuhl, Frank Tnrnbull, C M. B. Thurmond, M J. Wright, a J. Ward. M.rwea White, J. A. Wlegs. Wm. U. Earth, Colton tireene. H. M. Neely. W. R. Hunt, B. W. Coleman, John McOill, Jas. It Chalmers, ir e DuDOflii. W. C. Aunui, C. H. Brown, F. K. Brennan, Lew la Bond, P. Barrett, K. L Belcher. Jaa. Conner. Joa. L. Charles, 11. R. Curtla, E. H. (Wen Dally, J. J. Dubose, J. H. Kdmondson, Thus. H Kates, J. H. Krsklne, E. Kredrtek, C. W. Krayaer, John B. (Mbaon, Walter Ooodman. M. T. Harvey, i .mm Q. Harris, Jas. H Hanbnry, A. W. Johnson, T. N". Johnson, R, l: Kean, James A. lxwden, J. B Iwrenee, J A. ii 'Hugh. .IiimesJ. Murphv, R. W. Mitchell, Henry Moode, John V. Murtausb, It C. Malone, 1. B. MeFarland, W.J. Pollard, ;. J. Tillow, I .ou is Podesta, E. W. lUibertson, J . W. Rogan. : ..ia.' Itoper, O. K. Bmith, C. P. Bengstack, Victor Hherman, W. U. Htovall, R. Sciiimes, Jr., John F. Tltus, It. il. Vance, J. W. Watson, W. H. Wheaton, R. C, WtUlanuon. W. H. Wenn, 1 be rt May. B. F. White. J. B. Thornton, ileorge R Elliott. L. D. Hamner. W. P. Uray, J. Powell. Ed. A. Beecher. Qtn. W. Whlnchester. Davis Bhul. r, R. P. I ntn. inos. mney, Jas. Q. Col, W. P. Martin. P. B. Jonss. J, I- Josaa. JONES BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS No. 8 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. HernnalMinmnUiniilll !. IiV riVPT Jlh' l-OV- ered by open policy of Insurance. .eT Ojw S. MAUKICE W fc.HH. j. t. Baustoa S. M. WEBB CO. COHON FACTORS -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Stonewall Block, Up-otairt, Canjsi 8mET, bet. Front Row and Main St.. seTdAW MEMPHIS, TENN. J. F. DOWDY, Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. No. 204 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. aw Liberal cash advances made on con signments. se7 THOMAS H. ALLEN & CO., No. 7 Monroe St., Memphis. T. H. & J. M. ALLEN & CO , Established in 141), No. 192 Common Street, COTTON FACTORS 7 KEW ORLEANS. T. B. HAYNES A, CO.. Cotton and Tobacco Factors, No. LN1 Front .Street, ae7 MEMPHIS. TKNN. E. M. APPEKSON. G. V. RAMBAt'T E.M.APPERSON & CO GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS, avu COMMISSION MERCHANTS 238 1-2 Front tad 6 JeffartM St.. MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE ll'E are Inst Inrecetptof a laraeanu well selei-te.1 stock of FRESH irtto KRIES. consisting ot all articles usually kept In our line, which we oDer for sale upon the usual terms. We tnrlte the attention of our old friends and customers. ar We store si! Cotton shipped to us In our own shed, which Is used ex-Iustvely for thai Di-.rDOse. Kueeiat attenlUn is given to the sale of Cotton. augM daw Lumber, Laths ajid Shingles HA VR now on hand, and am constantly I uxliw a full stock of Uuildina Lumber. of all dlmenslous ; tMlls. Joists, tMuddlng Posts. Boards ,.r ail lengths, and clear Lum ber . also, a large stack oi LATHS AND SHAVED SHINGLES Particular attention given to the shipment of Lumber. Orders soiu iteu. Mr Mills and Lumber Yard ou Wolr River uhoMmUayoso. YENABLF. $25 A DAY MADE at home! XI entirely new articles &raeols. Bauoplcasent eu. Addre soLtw O. B. SHAW, Alfred. Me Sixty Acres of Land for Sale T- Oarner'n Station, On Mississippi and Tennessee R. R. Refer to - Col. F. A. TYLER, s6 At this Office. Htiie't Eaglith ana ClaMioal ScKool t Bay ISALL 8BH8ION OPENS WTONbSDAY. September 1st. at No. SK Third street, or circulars call at X o. KM Madison street, augs A. J.HAlUC Principal. Memphis Female Seminary. FALL BXaeiON WILL OPH.N WKDNEB 1AY, Septeuibar set. Por catalogues or utrculars call at Young's Bookstore, or at No. KJh Madison streeu , . Mrs. A. P. HA1LK, mwM"'- INSANE ASYLUM. ST. VINCENT'S rNSTITCTtON FOR THB INSANE. St. LouU, Mo. This InaUtutloo was founded by the sister's of Charity. Au- Kst 1, UOa. It U private and flrst-claaa In i arrangements and accommodation, ln saue paUents of both sexes and of all de nominations are received, alaothoaa addicted to taking oolum or other stimulants to ex- wag and desire iq wrract. "r.!ffiJt!h eeejsss uu ur ma.- T. J. K. HAL i w use ovsisn asxji AUCTION. PEBEHT0RY PUBLIC SALE -OF Thirty Building Lots Ob Lauderdale and iackaoa its., aear the Elmwood liae of Street Cart. "E have Instructions tn oftVr at publ l- THIRTY BUILDING LOTS, Ranging In alxe from 0 lo MO feet front, situ ated at the Intersection or Lawderdale and Jackson streets. In the neighborhood of Mr. MclClnney, Col. Loouey. J. M. Provlne, Esq., and others. The sale will take elace THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 9, On the premises, at o'clock. Every lot will oe soia wunoui reserve, ine street ana lots will be Indicated by stakes so aa to be exam ined before the day of sale. Tebxs Half cash, balance In six months. Title perfect. aej huisilh, isuht.ai a L,l. LARUE i AT A 1., s , r K TRAIiE S.VLEO Dry Goods. Notions, Clothing, Boots. bnoes. Hats, caps, mass ware, etc., etc. A.T ATJC7TION, Thursday Morn'g.Sept. 9. at 10 o'cl'k. avgc-TKHMx '. A.-sH. SAIJ-. PntslTl VK.-ts City and country merchants will do well to attend. BY GOTTLIEB 4. EZEKIEL, Auctioneers, corner Second and Adams Sta. j sel GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL, AUCTIONEERS, Corner Second and Adams Sts., REGULAR TRADE SALE OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Glassware, Cutlery, Etc, Every Tuesday L Thursday Morn'g, AT 10 O'CLOCK. "Liberal Advances made on Consign- ments.SW suri COTTON FACTORS. We have Removed to No. 338, corner Froat taa Union Streets, Up-statrs. Uko. F. R.srKS. late of White. Kerr Rontes. C. b. Vasck, i'aiaola isninty. Miss. Rootes, Vance & Co., COTTON FACTORS in General Commission and Forwarding MERCHANTS, Air! Afrents fur the Sale of Onanoa, Xo. aw, corner Front and I'ttion I'p-staira, - Memphis, Tenn. W Consignments of Cotton, Provisions, etc., solicited, and all orders promptly filled. aw Having our own Warehouse, we sample and weigh all Cotton consigned to us. sen djw R. W. Pkirg. late of Easlrort, Miss. J. C. ?fKmr, late or Henderson, Terry A f'o., Xe Orleans. PRICE 8l TERRY, Ootton Faoto COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Over Meachajn Treadwell's. MEMPHIS at - TENXERHE. T. A NELSON & CO.. Ootton Factors A SID COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Xo. 8 Jefferson Street, Memphis, Tenn. V Liberal cash advances made on con signrr.ents to them, or to their New Orleans h ouse. Nkl-sos. L-vspHitiK eit'o. ae3 Wm. McGix, R- F. Hkrrow, Memphis, Tenn. Late of Shane, Bell Ilo. M'CEE & HERRON, COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2M Front 8trjJlT, Tenn. BelweenCourt and Jefferson, Memphis, ST Bagxlua, Rope and Iron Ties run at lowest market rates. se4 lirnUlift ilsftW MISCELLANEOUS. SPLENDID BUSINESS STAND FOR RENT. riHK other part of our house affording suf I nclant room for our purtKsiea, we proaose to peace In reach of competitors the Beet Basiaess Steed te be Had la the City by offering to Rent for the next twelve months, the spacious Salesroom we now oc cupy at the northeast corner of Main and JeOersou streets. tc-pg KoVWTKR. THEZEV AST A CO. ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS OF THE Memphis and Charleston R. R. THE stockholders in the Memphis and Charleston Rail road company are noti fied that the annual elertlon u.i Nine Direct ors of said Company, will be held at the ofll ces of the Company. In Memphis, Tenn., aad HuntsvtUa. Ala-, ou Wednesday. September 15. 1869. Stockholders will be passed free for one day before and until one dav after said election, upou exhibiting their stock certiflcaaxs to the condui-tor. My order of the PrealdenL UKORUE HOBEHTHON, augttd.tw Secretary and Treasurer. L. B. McFARLAND, A. ttorney a, t Xev vcr. No. 832 rJexNNid Street. set MswMPHLS, - - - TENN. GLEN ECHO MILLS i 6ERMANT0WN. PA. M Callum, Crease & Sloan, Manufecturere, Importers and Whole- j sale Dealers in CARPETINCS, Oil Cloths, Mattings. Etc. "SITE Invite the attention of the trade to oar extensive stock of Domestic Carpet ms, both of oar own and other makes, as well us a large assortment of Foreign Cloods, WAREHOUSE, No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET. Opposite the State House, L sat aod 3Ell4kwlplal.. GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. TflflF PHILLIPS & pn Cotton Factors AB I WHOLESALE GROCERS 268 Front St, Memphis, (NEXT DOOR TO OUR OLD STAXD). On STOCK BEI.VU LA ROE ANP COM plete purchased from mannmeturer and Srst hands, at lowest Ogurers, and shipped at cheapest freights erer known In Memphis, we are determined to offer such Inducement to the merchants of the surrounding -0,1 a try as will In future make It plainly to their ta terest to trade In Memphis, and with us. In order that there may be no misunderstand ing on this point, we say plainly that we WILL ON SAWS DATSASJO WITH UMI QCAL ITY IIOODH. DC1-LII ATX ANY ASH OKOKJt FILLXO IN LoCWVILI.K. ClSCIXaATI OB lt. Loi ts. transportation addeit. We hare now In store and to arrive: 400 pieces aod half piece Ky. Baggiag : 1500 bundle Ira Tie, best makes ; 50 casks Clear Bacoa Sites ; 20 casks Shoulders ; 65 finds. Louisiana Sugars : 100 bols. Hard Sugars ; 35 tea. S. C. Hans ; 300 kegs Leaf Lard j 400 case Caddy Lard ; 25 tierces Lard; 250 sacka FafrteCtMfee Ceffee 50 pockets Java Coffee : 200 cases I aad 2 aeaad Oysters ; 200 kegs Nails; 100 boxes Caadles j 100 half waxes Candles ; 100 sM-ejaarter beies Candles : 100 bexes Pearl Starch ; 100 boxes Y. E. sad 8. C. Seas : 600 bags asserted Shot ; 200 barrels Saperflae near ; 250 barrels XX aad XXX Flour : 75 barrels Faaey Breads Ftour j 50 barrels ' Gotdea Flake" Flour --our owe brand, and the best Fleer ia market. 200 barrels K. 0. leal j MO barrels and half barrels Whisky : 75 barrels Banrbea aad Rye ; 100 caddlee Bright 1-4 Tobacco j 25 bexes Tobacco ; 100 kege eoasico Mesaeees ; 75 barrels aad half barrels Molasses ; 300 barrets Kanawha Salt, Ete . Etc. Etc An Inspection of our stock and prices will ba to the advantage of all cloak cash or .u-raoYXTJ Ttxs mini, and we cordially In vite all such to give us a call. aar Orders by mail will always secure our prompt attention. T00F. PHILLIPS 4 CQ . aula 268 Froat Street. HILL. IS. FUXTAINTC HILL, FONTAINE & CO rsucceaaors to Wi lli.v wsos. Hilx Co.. WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS VXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE, HAVE for sale, and keep constantly oa band, a full assortment, consisting la part as follows: 1U0 casks Baron : 3UU barrels Mess Pork : KM barrels Jowls and Itnnip; MO keas Lard; 100 hhds. Louisiana Sugar; 2-IU sacks Coffee ; 3110 pkaW. Molasncs hh.ls.. bbls..hrfs St nrs. UM) pieces Kentucky Baggjng . M. H. Ky. pv. Landenian. and J 2 I. Ftak.) ion tons celebrated ' Arrow Ties." Sikt kegs Nails assorted slaea; '- barrels Floor; North Carolina Roe cut and gross Herring Uai bbls. pure, copper-distilled Whisky; 111) barrels rrctlfled Whisky; 60 barrels Koblnaon County Whisky. Calling your attention to the above, we ra SectfuIIy reiuest a continuation t your pa tronage, and promise, by strict attention to MLsiness, wun tne interest oi our patrons ever before us, to merit it. augts ,uw hill. Fontaine xx WX. M. KCKKlM.r. HKN'RY B. ROW XL L j FARRINGTON & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, 6R0CERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Froat Street, Corner of Court. MEMPHIS, - - TKXN. s.l'E will be ready for bualtte In our new store on 1st September, aad will have a good stock of Flanuulou Supplies to meet the wants of on r mends. ar Particular attention uaid to snies of Cotton, which will be stored in oor own ware house, and sample,! and weighed with care. er Cotton in store will ba covered: by insu rance unless otherwise instructed; and all snlpment by river Insured under our open "'gat rAjtRLNtrroa m hqwell. SPICER tL SHARPE, GROCERS, ETC., 354 Main Street, Magevnev Block. H'OtU) call the attention of families In vt the city anu oumiy ia ineir xaxsp au choltsr stock of Orocerles anu rru visions, um piLxis are cuming tu almost dally, aad are fresh. New Flour, at low prices Potter.. Ctarksville City and Sort torn Star Mills Choice Hants and Breakfast Bacon, Fine Sugars and Coffees. Carolina Rice - Choice Teas. Always a complete stock, at as low prices a any house in the city. sug SPICER A SHARPE Notice to Cotton Shippers, The WHma&omm Cc for f'Utiii.M ou Monday, the 13th Inst.. at the established price for the season of sev enty -five cents per bale. This includes dray age from the Press, Insurance, extra tie, snd covering sample nola. Our interest being Identical with that of the shipper, every exer tion will be nse.t to put and ship cotton m the best posalble condition. To that end. and to facilitate the rapid compression and ship ment of cotton, we will oStsr you. as Lhe sea sou opens, the united use of '.he three power ful bteam Tyler Presses, the Shippers, the Charleston and the Ohiekaeaw-the best In the country, with which will be connected men of known P$;5ffijh . Sunt. Memphis Cotton Prase Asaocattoa, sepJ BOOTS AND SHOES. GOODBAR t GILLILAND, Lxciusive wnoiesato Dealers ia BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, Si MA:S HTRJUCT. WKK4TER JJLuCK, We are now receiving, onr tall stock. th largest we have ever offered to ta trade. Maw-Hasm will And it to their interest r examine before ItuytngL ens1' r.a.TERRT. w- b. JtrrcHKiJ, TERRY U MITCHELL, Exclaeive WbsleeeJe Dealers ia Boots, Shoes and Hats, No. 329 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. Ot R stock of Boots, Banks asm Hats, swt' able wr the, aVaaxv Fall Tx d. m com piece, aud we are selling low tomakerwaaa for our Immense stock of Fall and Win's, ml ST We aoJS.it the trade ,r MEacHAJiTa ONLY anu'.Uwi T3LKY MITCHglJL. EDUCATIONAL. STONEWALL INSTITUTE THIS famous school for bora opens its Bflh scholastic year oa the first Monday Holer neat. It Is situate,) tn a high raog of hills Dallas county. Alabama -Lhlrtoea miles north of Helms, and can be reached by hacks rrom Helma fur 12 iV Remarkable at tention ls given to the eiementarv branuh-o of a boy's education. Reading. wrIMng. spelling and arithmetic are taught to La ea llre school. A thorough course will save this evpensv of sending boys to college. Recant:? three of the studenta of this Institute nave each taken premiums at different t'n. versi fies. This fact tells much for the Insiructhwi and high moral culture Imparted at taas school. The students and teachers constitute s sommuntty. Xo rUfor Shops nir ' -r- .sAt lounsurr asur by. Two Hundred aad atxtj Dollars wtll cover a year's Board. Tultroo. and washing; books extra. TV swwals ae (m.ja Uj tv, NeW .- if nof cowrnatfiat by T aass. hsi M ttu soi'- Devperf a uJ lAe unsfritwr. Appiicattoa tor circulars msv be maiie to D.C. B. ftSSaa.Y. PreshinL sepl -etma. Ala W. H. BOWERS' Mathematical and Classical SctooJ, ' . Hernando and Pontotoc Sts., ILL open on Wednesday, September 1st . His successful experlenca as a Twaexter in this city previous to the war. he trust.. wLu be a sufficient guarantee for the futures For Circulars apply at book stores, or at law Monroestreet. ant? PARK AVENUE ACADEMY, i MILES FROM M KM PHD-, Near Memphis and Charleston Railroad. THE Vtw SESSION OPE3Ss SEPTEMMFR S 1st. Studeaw prepared for ths, L'aiver sity of Virginia or any College. Board from le tolls per month. ror circular-, apply to a. waoe a Co., Tay lor, Hadlord A Co., or Dr. J. J. Williams. Jtenipois. . n . . . .r auglo ,LtS tflUtLtW Prlnr acspal LaSALETTE ACADEMY, FOR YOUNG LADIES, No. 178 Tliircl i Til K. Arsvdemle Tear consists of two ses sions of five months; the first m -n aw Ins on the First Monday of September, the 8etul m the Firtt Siamdny m February. TtHMS PER sKiM.'NS. P VV AXLK : N AJ- TAreea: For Tuition in the English Braaehea. tlS. Si. YJ. I'J. according to the age or Lbs class of the pupil For further Information apply to the superior of Larval el te. Ledger copy. set - MR. VIGUS' SCHOOL " WILL be re-opened on MONDAY. 3ULh last. It Is arrictly limited to elgheeo bo frum eight t foarteeu years of age, received for a term of two years. Application, for the present, may be made to Messrs. Clapp. Vance, A Auderson, or to Tt. W. Smith, Eso,., People's Baak. sro THE MISSES BOWERS I1X open the Fall School Baaxawa of tkeir On Mea4ay. the Ota sf Serts In future no boys will be admitted. A Mil for the tlu- incorporation of Lhe school will Ix - trolii,sst at the next meeting i the Lealaui ture, w hen an opportunity of pursuing a eoi- lagdate course will be offered to those . leans. ... j ueooereu to UHse leeor, ... K,,r circulars apply at book- of em bracing it. stores, ,r lus Monroe street. angis UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, Medial Department, Xew OkVtxwi. r ACTLTH -. A. H. Cenas. Mil., Kmerltas Professor ot Ob stetrics. ItiiM Jones, V I)., Prof, of Obstetrics. Warren stone, M.D., Prof, of aHirwery. T. U. RlchaKlsbO, M.U., Prof, of AuaU'tay -sun - e. M. BemLss, M.D., Prof, of Medicine. Scan lord E-Chaille. M.I, . proi. .f physloiogv Frank Hawthorn. M.I).. Prof, of Matarut Medina. J,4eph Jones. M.D.. tint of the Ualveaalty of Nsehv-IMes Prof, of hemlwtry. C. J. Blekmau, M.L., iMmoaatralor ot Anat omy. Tlsr Thirty -second annual course of Inatrae Uon In this Department will oomtneaoeoa Man day, the Uth of November. !., and ter udnuic on the second Saturday or March, KU Prrilmlaarr Lectures on Cllntoal y erf cine and Surgery will be delivered In Lnwam phltheatar or the charity Hospital, bejjn ulna on the lata of OetotMr. wlthoat aavy ehaige to students. The Anatomical room wtll be opwri'St at the same time. The members of the Faculty are VlalLaLg Phvsician.s and Surgeons to the Charily Hoa pRal, and give inslructlou daily at taw bed side or the slok. lhe practical advantaurea thus orfeml t. students are taawtralsd. Kha Kor oil the Lectors. 111, Matricu lation, SK: Practical Anatomy. IW- uradrra i ion. s.xi. Payment reqnlrad In advaaos For iurther Information address auls T. ti. RlCHAJUN.M.D..ls MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE. . , . - I'XSOTO -TREET. Mrs. M. P. 2. I J. woKrasnd Mrs. Fa.ssik P. M PrlnelpaLs. V1H open MTxDMicTOAT.Sarrww. axa I, um. r or circulars laQUire ai in ooo and music stofssi, or at the Institute, angle ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL. THE Regular Annual Term of Lhla Law Hcaaiol wtli ope ik oa WE DNE80AY, OCTOBER 13. 1898. Full course two terms of six months (ach. Students admitted to the Swan iw Class on an amination by application on w bafora SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9. W6. Tuition fee, S3u 09 par annum, tneiaJfa aaa of Library. For particulars, address ECaur yr Hltoboookt. DRJlN OF LAW FACrUT, Jytl zm North Third ek.. Lonla. Mawnwrf. St7 ymon institute, ENGLISH AND FRENCH Home School for Young Ladieo, NO. 46 MT. VERNON PLACE. BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. MI'A MARY J.JONES, PRINCtTAU Af slated by rrufesaors and Teachers uf great ability. This school ia situate,! In th most elevated and beautiful part of the ctty , and offers to the pupils all lhe coru'-vrts oi home, together with Lha best Inaainsmfera good, uaefv.l and Christian training, Je tanth annual session will eommenrw SET TE.MBER ItfTH. For Circulars llram tkw. "Ra'ajLaricaw-Meaara. Woodward. Uaid win d Co., Baltimore; RaWwLn J2l2i"y, chea Thus. S. Dugan, f q . New Orleans: P. C 7 Lt he L E.!mph3 ; Frsrd. '.oUea, Taliehasaee; Uen. R- E. Lee. IalDeS. Ve : lieneraJ FrancU Smith, LexlngUn, Va.: , Meyer Memphis. au;