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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TISTNT., WEDNESDAY, SEPl'EMii KLl 8, 1869.
ESTABLISHED 1840.
VOL. :30ISrO. 8
BY TELEGRAPH.
oka to Mm OeaOnnttern Ftt Assscutlen.
KEOKUK.
Assembl y of the Mississipp- Valley Com
mercial Convention.
KiirKi k . Iowa, SepiuibrT 7. The
MHi"!ppi Valley Contttwial Cou
veuu assembled in thi-i city tain
HsCi inn at Gibbon's opera House.
It has ton called here i pursuance
of a resolution of the IXimuiercial
Obnvteutiou recently held in .New Ur
loaiv. which recommended the hold
ing f a Convention on the Upper
Mississippi some time durirg the win
mer to cousjiler all ninuera counected
with the commerce and trade of the j
MiaaiBsippi river and its triiiuiari, j
and to the srreat rivc and iu j
bearie.ies t'rae from the frtter- naturxl
and artitifial that obstruct tyta naviga
tion or retard its commerce, or ia
any way hinder the development
of the country drained by ita
waters. The rates ot rein-"titation
names 1 in the call is two ueiemtes at !
l&rvjw Irota each State of the Misfit- 1
sippi Valley, and one delegate from j
each Congressional Distric: in sub I
htateo, one delegate troui each city
and to a ii situated on tbe rher or any
of its branches, and one delegate from
each five thousand population of such
city or tows or fraction over.
At 3 o'clock p.m., alter music, Gen.
A. H. isanders, of Iowa, culled the
Convention to order, and Gen. Cyrus
H.. Bussey, of Louisiana, was elected
N. Canpurary Chairman, with four tem
" iMM. Secretaries. Lien. Bassey re
tamexl his thanks.
An address of welcome was then de
livered by Win. Leihton, of Keokuk.
A committee of one from each State
represented was then appointed on
Credentials, including II. E. Hudson,
from Tennessee.
An attempt was made to appoint a
Committee on Permanent Organiza-1
Lion, Nut three or four r
i.lurinns look-
ing to that result were voted down,;
the members uniting that no such
committee could be appointed until
the Committee on Credentials had re
ported. Mr. Shryock, President of the St.
Lovm Board of Trade, was i-ailed for
and made a speech in which he in
sisted that Congress should appropri
ate Uau million dollars at once to im
prove the Mississippi river and re
move obstructions natural and arti
nciaL tjeveral other gentlemen made brief
peeches.
The Committee on Credentials made
their report, which was read and
adopted. It simply gives names of all
delejUes who have been elected or
appointed, and not simply the names
of those present. Lien. A. H.Suiders,
after a few elojuent ana appropriate
remarks, offend resolutions compli
utiur to the distinguished charac
ter aud merits of the late John A.
Rawlins, Secretary of War, which, af
ter brief and eloquent remarks by
iens. i'uttle, Vaudever, Bdsey aud
others, were unanimously adopted.
WASHINGTON ITEMS
P. parting of Secretary Rawilai.
Yajhi;t'n, September 7. The
body of Secretary Kaw lins wis re
moved to the War Department to
day, and now lies in the rooms of
Gen. Sherman, and is attended by a
military guard. All the military de
partments, iucladi:! the Executive
Man-ion, are draed iu mourning,
and the interior oi the War Depart
ment is festooned with black, aud na
tional nags and crape. Public busi
ness entirely suspended in the ar
Department. The national flags over
all the Departments and elsewhere
throughout the city are at half mast.
Gov. Walker, with prominent Vir
ginians, will participate in the funeral j
cereuiouies. .u oruer lias yet tsen
made in regard to Secretary of War 1
ad interim, but from what the Presl-
dent said last night it is probable Gen.
Sherman will be appointed to act until
the vacancy is tilled.
STATE PAPEK tM BEFEREM'E TO TUE i
DEATH OF TUE SBCBKTAKY OF;
M'AK.
The following is the letter sent to
the heads of Departments of Govern- j
meiu to-day, by order of the Presi
dent :
baPABTfc.T of State,
V ashinoton. septemis-r 7, isos. ) j
It U my melancholy duty to iuli.rin
you that "lion. John A. Riwlins, .sv
retary of War, departed this life at
4:30 o'clock yesterday attenioon. In !
on.snuence of this amictiug eveut
the President directs that the Execu
tive Department of the Government
be careful to manifest every observ
ance of honor which custom has es
tablished as appropriate to the mem
ory ot one so eminent as a public
functionary and so distinguished as a
citixeu.
Signed HAMILTON" FISH,
Secretary of Slat.,
In accordance with the alove the
several Secretaries have addressed
letter-? t j the heads of bureaus to
morrow and on Thursday till afUT the
obsequies shall have been concluded.
KKVENCE MATTERS.
Supervisor Drummond, of Iowa,
Minnesota, Nebraska and Dakotah,
in the case of the distillery of J. C.
McCoy, seized by him wmm ttaafl ao
near Iowa, has obtain si a judgment
lor forfeiture.
FOREIGN AFFAIRS.
The Sitaatton in Spain.
Madrid, September 7. Estartus,
at the head of thirty CariMs, was yea-
terdav deieated by the national trooos ,
caped to the mountain-', but many oi
his men Were captured. This is the
last Carii-t baud known to bo on
Spanish soil.
It is reported that four hundnd
Car lists are at Peopegnon, on the
French borik-r, ready to enter Spain.
The Goveriduent ha taken lucaiur.
to prevent their entry.
CONDITION OF NAPOLEON.
Pabis, rpteuber 7. The official
journal to-day contradicts the alarm
ing rumors of the Enis?ror's health.
It says the Ei n pror attends to his af
air daily. He sunVred some from
rheumatism, but at no time has his
condition been such as o cause the
least anxiety. Sessions of Senate are
closed.
PRUSSIA.
Berlin, September ".At the next
session ot Prussian Lbet tne i.ioeri.1
party will
introduce a proposition oi
linisterial responsibility
POLITICAL
8aa Fraacisco Municipal Election
9mm-
cratw Vtc.ary.
San Francisco, September fl.
Official returns of the First Ward have
teen counted, which give McCappen.
M iyor. a id ijority of eighteen. Tho
Bard of Canvassers adjourned until
to-uiorruw moruing. The Democratn
conlldeiit McOappen will be elected.
The Independents threaten that Mc-
Caooen will not be allowed to assume
tlie duties of the oflie if he Ls counted
la. There is much excUeiueiit.
CASUALTIES
Farther Details of the Pennsylvania
Cnai
Mine Disaster.
Scbanton, Pa., September 11
o'clock a.m. The donkey engine aud
fan were put in operation about an
hour since drawing iresh air into the
-hn;t. Messrs. Carson and Davis then
went down a hundred feet and low
ered lights to withiu tifteen feet of the"
bottom or the shall, l ne lignt.-, iniriieii
freely. After making such observa
tions as were possible, they returned,
and the miner-, who have formed a
committee to go down, are now pro
pared to descend to remove the ob
structions and explore in search of
their brethreu. Thousands of miners,
women and children, cover the hills
and grounds in the vicinity.
MINOR TOPICS.
Railway Accident near Galveston.
ualveston, September 7. A train
of frei ght cars, hence to Houston, fell
through Clear creek bridge. No lives
were lost.
conflagration
Nav asota, Texas, September 7.
A fire occurred here to-day, the loss
from which la estimated at $45,000.
RETURN OF1 A SCTEWTIFIC EXPEDITION
San Francisi O.September". Prof.
uavKUoa s selentinc party has re-
i turned from Alaska. The result of
the expedition is satisfactory. Tha
party visited a region of country never
before penetrated by white men.
j
TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS.
NEW YORK.
New Tob&, septetubw7.-
otton shade
lower, only verr moderate business
shIph uplands at :Uc. Flour 6 75O0 M
losing .lr.j.loc lower. Whisky ?l iwt,l 12.
nice quiet, luiia siiiritr in liur minis
at 11 Sc. Molasses dull. Coffee moiler
atelv active. Wheal. Amber TouneHSfss
SI 5Sfu,l 00. Corn il 0Ua,l 35.
Drv Goods. Market quiet and set ire
throughout, and price oencrally well sus
tained. it we except Kirklamt "No. '1 Lin
i seys, whieli are reduced from 19 tols-sc.
i .. l l, . i. i . . . i . r ... . ,
IliU UlIU HO , 'i" 1 1 UIU 1.1 HI ir .
Mouev. Money HCUve at 7 per cent
'urrencv to gout, tfauka Were eailin m
gold to-day for the &iau;meiii, which
shifted money luattn. Sterling uoniinal at
H L-''tc. Uoid loans active. Opened at 137,
tell to 13 s. and ei-ise 1 at VJBstibi:Ui
Borrowing rates l-.i;-i4 per cent., and
ilso j per cent, to flat. Clearances $173,
8fpC Ooverniiieiits dnll, but steady
Slate lxuds irregular; old Touuessees H
new ML
NEW ORLEANS.
Nbw Orlbaxs, September 7. Cotton
sales 385 baled; niiduliuini Ul?(g.3c; re
eipts lls4 bales; exports eoHMtwisc 10
bal.n. Flour superfine tH V,; XX 6 30
XXX to Jo. Corn, mixed $1 U5; while
1 10. Oat HMk BranSlirJS. Hay
. 'Jt. 1'orK dull, at f. w. Hue .a
shouldera loSc; rib lUHc; clear TJ"
HsmniKiiac. Lard JOSt'Ke. Sugar.
'ouimou il(o)Jr; prims IKaiHHa. Moin--
ses IM v70c. WhiskvSl i!1! 2-5. Coffee.
prime H.V'tl'?4c. Gold VWi. isterling
lsbH. Mew lora sight He diacuunt.
CINCINNATI.
CxVCmaSX, Soptouilwr 7. Family
(lour t.'iy0 Jii. Corn l'.i.l 03. Oats MaMiz.
Whisk v held at tl OS. Pork tilt 60.
Uulk meat 14ei.!8'c. Bacon shoulders
lSe; sidea 16: Hams 23(S24c. Lard
lSc. Raw sugar 13 !-,;.i,Mc. Wheat, rod
1 3BM1 Z5: whit.-. 1 Mu.1 40. Butter ;10
gft, Errs W'jilc. Cheese 14fl6,S'
Kve VG.WM.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Loris, September 7. Super"
'! -or 7.'i' i ." M. W heat, No. spring $1 10.
urn sntysac ats 48S'VJ3C. Kve soe.
Whiskv SI OS. Fork 34. Bulk meals 14'-,
(g,U4c. Bacon 15H'lS?i'al9o. Choice
hams J4.S'fti5c.
CHICAGO.
Chicago. September 7. Flour, spring
extra, 5 7jeitj 00. Wheal SI
i l 'orn So Kdt 87c Oats 44e. By Me. Bar-
; lev $1 40. Uighwiues! 00. Fork B3 50
; 'ft34. Uams 17(Vvl7'.c. Lard lS.'jfijlO'.c.
LOUISVILLE.
I. Locisvllk, SepO-oiber 7. Superfine
flour &(u,i 2-. Wheal $1 LV-i 1 25. Corn
vittifc! Sc. Gala 4,V50. Tobats-o. sale
J7 huds at ?0 7'J'i,iy. Fork 83431'.,.
i Bacon packed 10(alyfillSc. Hams ZJ.
fs)9J(e
Lard 0u. WhiskvSl OS.
FOUEIGN.
SentHiiiber 7- Consols
London, Septa lobar 7. Consols for
money 21. American securities lirnier.
5-0 bonds of '02, S3; of 'Ci S7S; Of '67.
1 s : O-'s at Frankfort SO. French rentes
7of 50c.
Ljs ebpool, September 7. Cotton
Middling L'planUs,' 13d; Orleans, 13Sd
i 34 ; aaies 5000 balea.
Caliiornia white wheat lis M; red
Wesim-n Hs bsl'los. tj flour
Corn 2SSt (kl. Oats 30 tl. Peas 44a.
Paris, September 7. Bourse closed
at, Rentes 70f 36c.
Uavrb, September?. Cottoij flat on
oi; irtM ordinaire on spot IflSo.
h'lAJE SEWS.
Pendleton, of Ohio, says the well
prepared speeches of Sumner, the im
mortal "chawls," will melt lefore the
Teuuessee oratory of Johusou.
The Columbia Hcratd favors Hoh.
A. O. P. Nicholson lor United States
senator; the Ilartsvill Vulttte favors
Hon. Bailie Peyton, and the Jackson
: Whig Hon. Milton Brown.
The Murfreesboro Monitor says
i oceaus of ink were squandered by the
: Radicals in writing puns on Johnson's
, " My Policy." A. J. had a policy. It
was a poliey that will redeem Ins life.
'lo the destructioiil-ts it was red hot;
: to the country it was conciliatory. To
the liadicals Andy was a rampant
; liigaJ tiger at large.
The Bolivar Jiuiictin says: " Gov.
Seiiter has designated the Memphis
: A iiuncht as Mm paper to do the Jegul
: printing for this Congressional Dis
I trict. iu a few weeks after the Legi
i lature meets the Bolivar Bulletin w ill
do the legal printing for Hardeman
county. The legal advertising law, a
; bad one Iu all its features aud selfish
I aims, will surely be repealed, aud
: theu the country Press can enjoy
just rints nowiiciiiod by the appoint-
,w.ut.r
Tho Nashville Banner of Sunday
says: The following delegates to the
Grand Lodge of the United States,
which meets In a short time at Sau
Francisco, arrived in the city yester
day for the ouruosc of ioinim? Grand
Sire E. D. rarnsworth, and proceed-1
ing to the Pacific: Georgia Luther J,
Glean, C. C. Miller, Geo. It. Barker.
Mississippi L. K. Barber, D. N. Bar-!
rows, K. H. Mayes. Arkansas Albert j
'ii n, Louisiana Luther Homes, T
Mr. Nungesaer, Mr. Power, George
W. Rice. Texas H. B. Andres, fl.
E. I"erkins. Tennessee W. H, Mc-;
Connell, Harvy Brown. The deie
jfates were warmly welcomed by the
brethren of this city, and at night a
fraud social reunion took place at Odd
VI lows Hall. The brass band was in
attendance and discoursed soul-stirring
music. A liberal interchange of
thoughts and hopes took place, after
which a grand banquet was given to
tne aeiegates ai ine .nerenauts' ex
change. A goodly number of a Nash
ville brethren were in attendance, aud
the feasting and toasting was kept up
till a late hour.
wTbe Brownsville Bee, in ibi issue
of Friday, says: The Avalanche has
beeu rewarded by tho Kads for quit
ting the Democratic party. Senter has
appointed the AvaJancie as one of the
Radical learal advertising sheets, sub-
lect to the
ratincatiou oi tne tscnaio.
We Alpine that iust before they " rntl-
fy," thev will repeal the lawi then in
will step the Appeal and Ledger!
How aw you, Mr. Senter!
MISSISSIPPI.
! Will she Reconstruct on the Condi
tions of Negro Suffrage.
What Judge Dent and the Radicals
Propose to do.
Review of the Situation
who Knows.
by One
Cofpkbvillb, Miss., Aufrust 17, 1S69.
Col. M. D. L. Stephens:
My Dear Colonel: You ask an ex
pression of my opinion on the policy
ot " reconstruction,'' proiwjr for us to
pursuo in view of our irulortunato
jurroundiuga.'
In January, 18C1, MiBsissippI aliaib
doned (practically) her position as a
Suite in the Federal Union aud be
came w ith others involved in a war
against the United States to establish
a separate government; and after ri
conflict of four years we surrendered
without accomplishing the achievn
ment or recognition of independence,
but did actually effect a separation.
Tho position we origiuallyoccupied in
the Union Ls recognized by the con
quering power as virtually aban
doned and xxt&utt, and it is held and
decreed by that power that wo shidl
not reoccupy the positiiai shail not
regain admission shall not resume
our place in the Union, except
it be upon certain terms which arum
themselves designedly harsh and hu
miliating, a kind of passage " under
'.lie. yoke '' to restoration and national
eoutidence. The question, then, in
my mind, is not whether we mm get
Imek on these terms, but will we go
back under the conditions proposed?
WtU we rrcoiistritct on the conditions
of " negro suffrage " and the disfran
chisement ol a portion of our jeople?
or will we continue in our present
anomalous situation?
It is conceded, I believe, that the
people will accept " readmission " on
the terms proposal. The difficulty is
overcome not the difficulty of get
ting back but tho difficulty of getting
our MMMMl to go back upon terms to
a. -eemingiy so oppressive and odi
ous.
But it is claimed by " representative
men " ol the State, that recunntruGtion,
even upon the Radical plan laid down
by Congress is ot doubtltil achieve
ment, unless we join the Republican
party get squarely Isdnnti Judge
Dent anil loilow turn, luuian Ule, back
into the Union. It would be deemed
of high offense to national courtesy to
slam the door in the face of the Presi
dent's brother-in-law. If ho does not
bow us iuto the Union, the fault will
not be in the sagacity of the " rebel "
but in the rottenness of the coat-tuil.
What has Judge Dt-nt to do w ith
reconstructing Hisateippi? He left us
dnrii ir the war and lia- been cm-
slrucud all the time. The reconstruc
tion plan of Congress is not submitusl
directly to the people who were en
jur'si iu tip' " rtbeUkM," and it is lor
us, to whom these teriu.i ol readmis
sion arc tendered, acting for wrselvix.
to accept or to reject them.
lieu the reconstruction plan was
levised by Congress, it was designed
that Mississippi should be ns-onstruct-
ed bv that plan, that readmission
hould positively be secured by the
terms therein proposed and not left to
the mere contingency that .-ome future
president ol the L intist blales may
possibly have a brothtr-in-latr.
It is said by some H we accept tne
situation" for ourselves and not by
proxy it wo act through our own
representatives, we might M rejected.
MCMMe our conduct might be claimed
is a Democratic triumph. I should
like to know who would be tool or
traitor enough to claim readmission
on Hadical teems a.- a " Democratic
triumph!"
1 am opposed to any amiintion with
he II 'publican party. TtMM meu
iio;-ksl us in our misiortunes and at-
icoiptcd to render the harsh terms of
n cuiistructi-'ti still more odious and
oppressive. I am imder no obliga
tions to them because thev vtiuOl not
su'.feed. '
Tlje terms of reconstruction are sub
mitted to us: wecau accept them if wo
Will, Without being forced to the ad-
iilioual mort'hcation ol being marched
in by Republican leaders.
A goodly number ol "representative
men hit vo .'urt'ddy proclaimed their
itliiiatioii with the Republican party,
aud declared their purpose to support
ts tioiuiniHs even a month in advance
of knowing who they may lie. Well,
it was their privilege to go and even
had haMy action evinced a pre-dispo-
sitiou in them to go where they have
gone, it yet would have been their
privilege.
Among these representative men '
recognize certain distinguished
leaders who once in a time condueted
us out of the Union. With the sagu-
ious eye of the statesman with an
inspiration that beamed from heaven
upon their vision, tiptoed just a little,
thev looked beyond the outward cir-
lunstaiiea of things and saw the way
ptrfetttjf mm Now without saying
that any mistake was made in con-
ductiug us 01, I simply suggest that
blunder might be committed in
taking U3 bank.
1 see neither necessity nor wisdom
in the policy of voluntarily surrender-
ng the -iuie govci njweni ami ls-rnups
ts destiny for years to come. Into the
hands of a few Republicans who but
yesterday attempted to afflict us with
oppression and ruin: and it they have
desisted it is because they could not
suci-eed, chich does not entitle them,
in my opinion, to our oawMflBee, cer
tainly not! to our support; or if so, it
was not ntaue apparent iu the " Ad-
iress," anii I am only surprised that
our "representative men ' should
have maud, a proposition so astound
ing. uiilesslilu"y could have given rea
sons for doiiig so, more plausible than
ny they bpe yet ventured to make
public.
We are lisked to adopt tho policy
pursuid by' Virginia in the election
ust tianspired in that fstnte. hv
should we pursue that policv? Ours
Is not a ara,in'l MM with that of Vir-
guiiu. Walker was not a Radical and
never attempted to force the Under
wood Cousiinjtion on hisjeople. But
how do we knbw that the people of
Virginia favorid the policy adopted
in that State? H'he judgment of the
people might lnlve Ia'cii forestalled by
her " represeiitittivemen " who some
times eaewtec Control more bv the in
fluence of accustomed leadership than
by argument. Walker was elected
by only ten thousand majority,
when the Conservatives had a regis
tered majority of double that number.
Now how do we know that the peo
ple approve the pblicy ? Is Jt not verv
evident that they'did not like it all";
and does the result not prove that the
policy was impolitic and unwise; that
it occasioned ten thousand Virginians
to be silent; ten thousand have refused
to say whether they accept the " re
construction plan'' or not; and To
that extent has it not prejudiced the
chances of the State for " readmis
ion?" And if Virginia, with a reg
istertd Conservative inajorityof twen
ty thousand, could, on a policy so un
popular, only save Walker by ton
thousand votes, how can Mississippi
venture on the same ioliey with any
prospect of success with a registered
majority of ta-tidu thousand airainst
us? In ail seriousness, I would ask
these "representative men" If the
Virginia plan which they urge us to i
adopt, will not defeat us beyond per
kI venture, even conceding it can pos-,
sess as much popularity with us as it
commanded in Virginia? The Con- i
servatives of Virginia, with a heavy j
registered majority, could well
aiford to risk an unpopu
lar policy. Not so with us. We must
make an absolute gain of more than
ten thousand votes or be hopelessly !
ueteaUHi. 'there is positively hut
solitary argument in favor of aban
doning the State to Republican adven-
Hirers, aud that is, the policy
cluimed to be advised by the " repro--.eniati
ve men " of the State. Now is
this a reason sufficient for the peoplef
Or, allowing that it Ls, how do we
know but that the policy proposed is
disap pro bated instead of advised by
tne representative men or the State?
One hundred and thirty-five distin
guished citizens, gentlemen of intelli
gence and position, signed the " Ad
dress; " but how do we know but that
double that number, of equal influ
ence and respectability, were applied
to for liieir signatures or for the use of
their names, who positively declined
to comply. With all due deference to
the distinguished progenitors of " the
Address," I suggest it would be advi
sable, perhaps, to leave the decision
of this matter to the action of a State
Conservative Convention.
I regret that our distinguished ad
visers are ail proscribed by the Four
teenth Amendment, and cannot rep
resent us themselves in our passage
back to the Union. I kuow it would
be a dangerous experiment, aud per
haps an unjust one to our faithful old
leaders, to permit the State, during the
process of reconstruction, to fall into
the hands of young Mississippians,
who will possibly identify themselves
with place and posititiou, and win
upon the confidence of the people to
the utter aud unkind exclusion of old
ixiliticians. Taking this view of the
situation it is better perhaps to
endorse the Dent movement: but ta
king any other view of it, I do net
think we shouid
I am with respect your frioud and
obedient servant,
ROBERT M. BROWN.
P. S. Since writing the foregoing,
i nave learneu through tne newspa
pers that Hen. Grant has declared his
influence to lie with the Alcorn wiug
of the Republican party. So our
"representative men" were mistaken
in the wing they went to; they affili
ate with the Republicans to secure
through hiiu influence with the ad
ministration, but being promptly in
formed that the inttuenot is in an op
posite direction, they cauuot escape
the lorce 01 their owu argument which
directs them where it Ls and where to
go. It must be very fatigueing, this
wandering to and Jro und button
i ; . v . i- t ,- , . . .-t, ... . i .. -
1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 . '"u 1 n iiu i iiuicTi aiuuff
to know it he is kin to (Iraut or can
tell them the way hack into the
Union. Certain distinguished gen
tlemen relied more upon their own
judgment in regard to a knowledge of
this route some nine vears aijo.
There is but one way, at present,
back to the Union, and thut is by
adopting the plan Congress has sub
mitted. Thbrplan is submitted to the
rtgistvred voters of ihetatcaud not to
the disfranchised portion of ita popu
lation it is known that I hae uo
sympathy with the spirit that
prompted this distinction, but I am to
deal with it as a practical question.
Hud the people organized upon the
busis of registration Xhi would have
included only tho registered voters of
the Shite divesttsl of all influences
at all offensive to an, over sensi
tive Government, would have left
" reconstruction " to those to whom it
is submitted and through whom it is
proposed to re-admit the tjtate. A
party organized upon this plan would
necessarily have commaiitled the con
tidenee of Government whether the
party saw proorto accept or to decline
the terms proposed. But 1 can very
weM see, viewing the question from
the Federal stand-point, why the State
will hardly be re-adinittisi under the
auspices of those whom tho Govern
ment has seen proper to proscrilie,
and if persisted in, will compel the
eforeement of the ironclad oath to
protect itself against the perversion
of its own plau. These suggestions I
submit to your calm consideration; if
you cannot accept them as wise and
isilitic, you will believe at least, they
are honestly entertained.
It. M. B.
MARRIED.
NOEllSjN -MtLK.MORE- At the real-
dMBM of Mrs. S. R. lUmberi, In this city, on
Monday morning, MMMtMMMMMt Sth, by Rev. Or.
Stedinun, Dr. J. C. Anii.kso.n to MU sallik
H. McLcuoKE, both ol Oreen county. Ala.
MobUf.1 paper copy.
SAUNOKlbs BOOAN-At Commercial Ho
tel, by Rev. Dr. Burns, Dr. W. J. Sal sons
to Mrs. Ansa Ho,an. both of Marianna. Ark.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ANTED. A good -ituatlou In a wiiole-
sale and retail urocery aiore. by A young
luunlliul Uudep-lllluls inu , . !,
or as bar-keitper In a nrst-clas bar-room.
licst ol reiereuce given. AUdreaa
f I.JL.. 1. , o. 1. Jenerson street.
Notloe,
OFFICE OF TH K M KHC.VXT1LE AO ENcY,
" Mejifhis, September n. IStid.
subscrlb.'1-s und others will please lake no
titte l Inn L. T. W ilbur late lnansaer at this
point) la no longer In our employ.
ea K. 'j. Ol N A CO.
4. T. FARtjASON.
C. C CLAY
FARGASON & CLAY,
Wholesale Grocers,
- AD
COTTON FACTORS,
330 Front Street
Terms Cash. Memphis, Term.
E are now receiving one of t he largest
I ? and beat eelected slocks of aooJi It liaa
ever been our pleasure to oiler lo the irad. ,
and to Qrat-c ass buyers we are prepared to
otter inuuuemenla llial cannoi be surpaaseo.
600 sacks Kio Coffee all grades;
6o0 barrels Keliued Sugar all grades;
60 hlida. Louisiana Sugar all grades;
500 packages Syrups and Molasses all
grades ;
100 kegs English Soda;
boxes English Soda;
1000 packages New Mackorel ;
5IXJ packagtsi Virginia Tobacco;
50 barrels Rnbinsou County Whisky;
100 ' Bourbon Whisky;
100 " Rectified Whisky;
00 ' Tennoaaoe Whita Whisky;
100 boxes Layer Raisins; .
') boxes assorted Nuts;
100 esses Sardines;
100 eases Brandy Cherries and Peaches.
For sale by FARGASON 4 CLAY,
seS r::iO Front Street.
J.A. Shane, Dr. A. Harris, A. G. Harris
COTTON FACTORS
ABB
General Commission Merchants
2&4 Front Street, Memphis.
ar We confine ourselves strictly to the
sellma of Prudoec, aud haaard nothing by
speculation ,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
500.000 PAIRS
or
Boots and Shoes
AHEAD OF Alt COMPETITION
FRIEDMAN BROS
Wholei
BOOTS AND SHOES
295 MAIN STREET.
U'Y. DOllcit of Merchants only an Inspec
tion of lh Urgest stool: lu oar line ever
mea in iiipsoutinnw.
We cm und re drteraiiued toourueh
ttiduretnttnt rhftt Meiop' 1 , th&U not I neo
oiid to any ulher inarlfT i r V.-. - and .Shoes.
nUKUMAN BHOS-,
sS . I; .;t itreet, Mmphbi
Friar's Point, Helena and Bends
Packet
DAX ADL, - Jashs Lee, Master
clebkb:
STACK LEE .VXD CHARLEY JACKSON.
MT Leavoa MomDlit". mminonoln Sf-ntem
ber Mtli - -Mondays, Wednesdays and Fnda) n.
ai u o iut k p.m.
W Lcavi'D Friar's Point - TantAwmk. Thurs
days and Saturdny, at lu o'clock a.m.
ELLIOTT A MILITTt. MemphU.
Morton, allen co..
Friar'a Point.
eM PENNEY A BI7RICE. Holona.
TTOIR RENT.-A Itricfc Reaidence, No. Vis
I t.ourt alrt-eU 1 "oaaianioii 1st tvtolier
Ir.ii-.no J
l. ncHBno,
in Main streot.
art (Ledger copy.
NOTICE.
THE HTorKHoiDEas oftri Memphis asd
Ht. Lodih TKA!tflroBTTiox CoarAsr ars
lioreOy notlOrd that tde wcimii lnntalmant
of twenty-flvo per rent, upon the capital
stook ol said compxnv has tin- dajr been de
clared due, and payable at the omce of the
Stwetary and Trea-urer, 27 Front street, on
orheforo tho 1st Oatober.
By order of tho Board of llrectorB.
A. L. CL'MMINH,
aeS Reeretaxy and Treasurer.
Lumber, Laths
and Shingles.
I
HAVE now
ii bund, nnd am constantly
min. lull stock hi buiMln Liiiuts-r
of alt dimcntious: Hills. JotsU. Uluddli.K
3ft
upai an oi ao tenTus.ana
'.r
a lar
LATHS AND SHAVED SHINGLES.
Particular aitonlivn ci"en to the Khipment
ol Lumber. Orders solicited.. .
" Mills aud Lumber Yard on WoU Hivor,
north of Bayou i Jay
seficUw (i. M. VEX ABLE.
We have Removed to No. 33S, comer Front
and Union Streets, Up-stairs.
Oso. P. RooTES, late of White. Kerr A Roote.
J. B. V.vsck, Panola county, Ml.ss.
Rootes. Vaace & Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
General Commission and Forwarding
MEKCILAXTS,
Aud Ageuts fur iha Sale of Cluitrjo,
-Vb. 333, corner Front and Union St.
L'p-stairs, - Memphis, Tenn.
W I'onslgnmants of Conon, Provisions,
etc., solicited, and. nil orders promptly filled.
stw-Havlnif our own Warehouse, .essmple
and weigh all Cotton counlgued to us. se6 ua w
j7f7dowdy7
Oottorx Paotor
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT.
No. 264 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
Liberal cash advance, made on tion
siguuients. - se7
THOMAS H, ALLEN & CO.,
No. 7 Monroe Mt,, Memphis.
T. H. & J. M. ALLEN & CO ,
(EfetablUhesl In lMl;,
No. 192 Common Street,
OOTTtN PAOTOR8
ae7 NKW ORLEANS.
t. bThaynes & CO
Cotton and Tobacco Factors.
No, lit) I Front Street,
MM7 MEM PHIS. TENN.
E. M. APPEIIHON, U. V. RAMBAUT
E.M.APPERSON 8l CO.
GROCERS,
COTTON FACTORS,
ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
238 1-2 Front and 6 Jefferson Sts.,
MEMPUJH, - - TENNESSEE.
1 ' K are just in receipt of a large nnd well
W select! -lock M KREHH UKliCERlEH.
couslailnK of ail articles usually kept lu our
tine, which we ode- for sale iipou the usual
terms. We lurlte Jhe attention Of our uld
friends and custocif rs.
sr We store ail e'otton shipped to us In our
own shed, which is used exclusively for that
put pose. Hpeclal attention la given to the
sale of Cotton. aug&daw
TM)M ERCHAN'm A Memphlan , who" U
X engaged In a traveling business that
brings In in In Ultimate contact with the peo
ple of Tennessee, Mississippi and Arkansas,
would be pleased to oou&laer a proposal froiu
a lew Memphis merchants.
Address at once T. E. H.,
s7 Care 1S' Beal street.
PVBI.If WAKMNU. I am again under the
palulul and humiliating necessity ol
warning he public ugapist my son, Joseph
Lalirill. aged U years. Vou must r celve no
orders, either written or verbal, purporting
to come from me, as 1 give none, and w ill not
pay any debt of hW contracting.
KSf . L. LaORILL.
RALLY ! RALLY
RALLY
MERCHANTS look toyour interest. If you
want Urocories, BaJaing and Ttes, cheap
at wholesale, go to HTRATroN, OOY EB A).,
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No
iX and PI Front street, Memphis Tonn. se7
JAMES a DAY. W. V. PROUDFIT
DAY & PROUDFIT,
Cotton Factors,
No. 9 MONROE ST., MEMPHIS.
se7
$25 A DAY
fAUB at home! 33 entirely new articles
.vl torageuts. Hum lib s sent ihpk. Ado
ai tm
O. It. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
Memphis Female Seminary.
ALL HESMION WILL
OPtN WEDNEH-
For catalogues or
circulars calf at Young's Bookstore, or ai No.
lis) Madison street. , ,
aogt Mrs. A. D. HAILE. Principal.
Main Street Store for Rent.
I 111 ls.nlpit.lwr 1st
LrPON timely appllcatlou and sufficient In
ducement" ofieied. we will r-ui Tor one
year from 1st September next, the Front Store ;
Room now occupied by us, corner of Main :
and Jefferson street, with part of basement. .
aM WYWEB, IRKiUiVANT 4 CO. '
AUCTION.
PEREMTORY PUBLIC
SALE
OF
Thirty Building Lots
On Lauderdale and Jackson sts.,
near the
Elm wood line of Street Cars.
W"E hsv Instructions to offer at publlo !
sale, WITHOUT RESERVE
THIRTY BUILDING LOTS,
Kauniug in alxe from M to IOC feet front, situ
ated at the Intersection oi luderdide and
lackson ssrests, lu the nelgnborbood of Mr.
MsrCiuuey, CoL L.wr.ey J. M. Provlne, Esq.,
and others. The sale will take slaos
THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 9,
On the premu.-. at P o'clock. Every lot will
be sold without reserve. The str-eis And lots
will be Indicated hy stakes so as to be eram
lued before thedsy of sale.
TERXS flair cash. baii.ncn In sic months
Till perfect.
sea ItiJtiSlKlt, TKKZEVANT 4 CO.
LARUE CATALIKIUE TR.VDE MALE OF
Dry Goods. Notions, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Glass
ware, etc., etc.
A.T Anenosr,
Thursday Horn'g.Sept. 9, at 10 o'cl'k.
sWTERMH CASH. RALE KWITI VE.-
Clly mid country merchants will do well to
attend.
BY GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL,
Auctioneers, corner Second and Adams Hs.
set
GOTTLIEB 8l EZEKIEL.
AUCTIONEERS,
Corner Second and Adams Sts.,
REGULAR TRADE SALE
OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Glassware,
Cutlery, Etc..
Every Tuesday & Thursday Morn'g,
AT 10 O'CLOCK.
-Liberal
Advances made on
Consign
aujf3 ments.wa
COTTON FACTORS.
P. F. Jokes. J. D. Jomfs.
JONES BROTHERS,
Commission Merchants,
COTTON,
TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS
Mo. 8 Madison .St.. Mmuptiis, Tnu.
VConsicnments made us by river are cov
ered opu policy o insumnce. e7 daw
S. MALKlcX WEBS J. F. ISBULEKS.
S. M. WEBB CO.
COTTON FACTORS
.v
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 9 Stonewall Block, Up stairs,
Chios Jstkskt. bet. Front How and Main St..
se7 daw
UOfPHia, TKN.M.
R. W. POUCa. late ot Kastport, Miss.
J. C. Tlruv, late of Henderson,- Tewy it Co.,
New Orleans.
PRICE 8l TERRY,
Cotton Facto
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 9 Union Streets,
Over Meacham A Treadwell's,
MK.MPUtS, .... TENNfiSSK.
sO
T, A. NELSON & CO.,
Cotton Faotors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 8 Jollenton Street, MeuiphU, Tonn.
Liberal cssh iclvances made on
slumnenu to them, or to then New Orleans '
on '-.M-
house, Nki.sois, I..NeniRR To.
seJ
W. MrflKK,
Memphis, Tenn.
R. P. Her
' QB SJiMUl',
HeTi A to.
M'CEE 8l HERRON,
COTTON FACTORS
- AUD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
261 Front Street,
Between f'onrt and Jeffe rson. Memphis. Tenn.
w Bavglng, Hope und Iron Ties furulshad
at lowest market rates. se-l daw
MISCELLANEOUS.
SPLENDID BUSINESS STANO FOR
RENT.
'I MIE "tber part of our heuse affording Mif- '
X dcieul room tor cur purposes, He ,roposc
to place in reach of competitors the
Best Business Stand to be Had in the City ;
by offering to Rent for the !.. i .. : i
months, the spacious Salesroom 'Mom oc-
csipy nt the northeast corner ol Main aud
Jfifferson str.-ets.
sep2
ltuYSTF.R, TREZEVANT A CO.
ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS
OP THE
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
rTMIE Stockholder lu the Memphis and
X Charleston Railroad t'ompatiy are noti
fied that the annual election for Nine Direct
ors of said Company, will be held at the :i
. s of the Company, in Memphis, Tenn., and
Uuntsvllle, Ala., on
Wednesday, September 15, 1869.
Stockholder will be passed froe for one day
before and until one aay after said election,
upon exhibiting their stock certificates to.
the conductor.
By order of the President.
UEbKuE HOBLRI.iN.
nugZi daw Secretary and Tn asu rer.
L. B. McFARLAND,
-A. ttornoy a t Xj w,
No. a?t: UimmA Street.
se-1 I II 1 1 llll IU I - - - TENN.
GLEN ECHO MILLS,
GERMANT0WN, PA.
M Galium. Crease & Sloan,
Maiiufecturers, Iiuporters aRtl Wholo
rtal Dealers in
CARPETIJMGS,
Oil Cloths, Mattings. Etc.
' Invite Ihe attention of the trade to our
vv extensive slock ot lHjmsaiIcfiu iiellnutt.
both of oar own and other makes, as well us
a large assortment of Foreign Uooda.'
WAREHOUSE.
No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET.
Opposite the State Ilonse,
od n4 ossctolgsJaJlsSk.
GROCERS and cotton factors.
TOOF, PHILLIPS & CO.
Cotton Factors
AND
WHOLESALE GROCERS
268 Front St., Memphis.
(NEXT DOOR TO OUR OLD .VT-lSDi.
ri:r. rtock hkinu laiuik and nM
yJ pitf purchased from msniWaelurer aud I
hrst bands, at lowest fler.rcrs. and Mppi at
cheapest freights ever known In MesnphN,
we are determined to offer -ech luducements
to the merchants of the surrounding country
as will lu future make 11 i-iuinly lo their in-
i terest to trade lu Memphis, and with us. In
I order that there nu be no lnisuudersiaud.
!n on tlili point, we say plainly that wi
i WiUL US SAMS DATXAItU W ITM SAME QCAL-
I ITT OF UCIUIM. Ut'PUCATE A.NV CASH UKUU
FlLiJO I.V LofISVIl.l.lt. OMCIjrjtATI OK HMt
Luris, transportation added.
We nave now in store and to arrive:
400 pieces and half pieces Ky. Bagging ;
1500 bandies Iron Ties, best nukes :
50 casks Clear Bacon Sides ;
20 casks Shoulders ;
65 hbds. Louisiana Sugars :
100 obis. Hard Sugars ;
35 tcs. S. C. Hams ;
30Q kegs Leaf Lard ;
400 cases Caddy Lard :
25 tierces Lard:
250 sacks Fair to Choice Coffer
50 pockets Java Coffse ;
200 cases I and 2 pousd Oysters :.
200 lap Nails: jsflV
100 boxes Candles .
100 half boxes Candies :
100 one-quarter boxes Candles :
100 boxes Pearl Starch ;
100 boxes Y. E. and B. E. Soap
600 bags assorted Shot ;
200 barrels Superfine Floor ;
250 barrels XX and XXX Floor :
75 barrels Fancy Brands Floor :
50 barrels "Golden Flake'' Fbur our
own brand, and the best Floor ia
market.
200 barrels K. D. Meal :
1011 barrels and half barrels Whisky :
75 barrels Bourbon and Rye ;
100 caridies Bright 1-4 Tobacco ;
25 bores Tobaoco :
100 kegs choice Koiasses ;
75 barrels and half barrels Molasses :
300 barrels Kanawha Salt. Ete.. Etc. Etc
An inspection of our stock nnd prices will
be to the advantage 01 ul i uos. cash a
appkovku time iifi lus. and ,. ...roiaily iu--ite
nil such to give us a call.
ar urders by mail will always secure our
prompt sttentloh.
TOOF. PHILLIPS & CO .
aula 268 Front Street.
N HILL.
. KONTAJNK
HILL, FONTAINE &L CO
Successors t(iWiuusii,niu. Csx.
WHOLESALE GROCERS
COTTON FACTORS
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
326 FRONT STREET,
KKXPHIR,
TESMBbtHBL
HAVE for sale, and keep constantly on
baud, it full aorluieui, cunttlnK in
part as loilows:
luu casks Bacon ;
u barrels Mess Hork:
:) barrels Jowls and Kunius
SHI kegs Lard;
100 nhOa, I. -,,x,ir
jsj sac as i onee ;
sai pkas. Molasses- Uhdn., bb!s.,hlfs A qrs.
1USI pieces Kentucky Hatnrlu
pv. Landemuu, and J.
ruu:siiie iss. a m. ny.
i i !oii ..ebrKtcd " Arrow Ties."
loin . a ii. r iua.
T'ju ketrs Nails itsaon h1 sizes;
.'sAi barrels flour ;
North Carolina Itoecui snd gross Hemna
lOi bbis. pure, ts.pper-dutilled Whisky
lis) barrels reclined Whisky ;
So barrels Itublusnu County Wblsky.
Calllue your fittCldlon to the nboc. we re.
..uu.,lllr- ... ... . -
r."""' '7'""'" 'mu' u " 1 "ur P-
strict Lltelltlon lo
business, with the interest of our natrous
.er Imfore us, to merit It.
augis ,Uw H ILL. hi i NT INK A CO.
W3L L rABKI.IOToN.
urn a. wnriu
FARRINGTON & HOWELL,
Cotton Factors,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
266 Front Street, Corner of Court,
MF.MPHJH,
TENN.
VK will be ready for business In our new
v store on 1st September, and a 111 bare a
good slock of Plantation Supplies to meet the
wuuts of our friends.
" Particular attention paid to sales of
' ttou, which will be stored In our own ware
iiouse. and sampled aud weighed with care.
SOT Cotton in store will be covered by Insu
rance unless otherwise Instructed; and all
shipments by river Insnred under our open
policy. .
gSgjOl FRRlNOTON HOWEIX.
SPICER 3b SHARPE,
GROCERS, ETC.,
354 Main Street, Magevney Block,
aa-Ot'LD call the uitenilon of fa
vt the city and couutry u their i
choice stock of U rocerles and Prov lsi
nllle.. in
rge and
us. uur
and ne
I n,s-is are com lug la almost dally
New Flour, at low prices-- Posters,
Clarksville City and Southern Star
Mills ;
Choice Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Fine Saflar8 and cofrees.
Carolina Rice Choice Teas.
Always a complete iwk. at i.s low nrlcos oi
any hmie In the city.
u"Sa SPICER A sn.VRPE.
Notice to Cotton Shippers.
r-HE Shippers' ColtQu Compress will open
1 for business on
Monday, the 13th Inst.,
at the established price for the season of sev-uuty-tlveceuts
per hade. This includes dray
age iroiu the Press, Insurance, extra tie. aud
covering sample bole, our interest beiug
identical win that ol Hit shipper, every oxer
Hon will be used to nut and ship cotton In
the Isssi possible condition. To Umt end. and
to : i iiilau the rapid compression and ship-
nu ii: of cotton, we s HI offer you, as the sea
son opens, the united use of the three power.
mi
Menm Trier Pr-..-s. the l.lpn-rs. th,-
Eeam Tvler Pr.-ss. s. the sihlr
Charleston and the Chickasaw- the best In
me country, with whieli still ne connected
men of known experience and integrity.
H. A. MONTGOMERY,
sn pt. Mamphhi C-o(ton PreM Assouiailon.
sol
BOOTS AND SHOES.
goodbar & gilliland,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
U MAIN .STREET. WE)TER BIAH.K.
Memphis, Tennessee
We srs now rece4rtn oar rsU stock. ib
tsrip-st wn hTO erer offered lo ths trade.
Mta..iiA'TS will hud u w lueU Lnlerest to
examine belcre buying aaii "
M. O. TERRY. -WM.B. atTTCHKLL
TERRY & MITCHELL,
Excinshr Wtraiesatc Dealers ia
Boots, Shoes and Hats,
No. 329 MAIN STREET,
MEMPHIS, I : TENNESSEE.
OtrR sto.- of Doors, .orD IIArs,iult ,
able for the Kaklv Paxx team, W eat,
plete. and w are seilina low loinike roosu
'ot our lmmri.se sums of 'ail sn-i Wlnu-r
j' "d. is hi. : we are now reerlv in.
jar We solicit the trade of MSfTlANlH
1 L . -. a TTKHY it MITCHELL.
EDUCATIONAL.
STONEWALL INSTITUTE.
T
HIS (ami
u-s scliooi for boys nrsisj iu nPJ.
c jesr on th rtri Mondav n
't Is sltoated In a hlah ran ;.-
(Ktob.r ne;
of hills 1'
mll( nortk
backs from
tmtlon 1 a
of it boy
11.1-
Reartln, wrtttaK.
-iiini(andarlthicetlcare laucht to t us so
A thorouifh cnursu. writ! - - ,
sending boys to eollear. ReemMy
e students of this institute nam
premiums at ditjerent t'nlrevsl
aet tells much for ibe Instruction
moral culture imparted at thta
lea. Thia
nd hiaii
hool T
ie siun -qis ana teachers contttut
ilty. Ac Clgtr Hhopt nor Iatuot .Sa
tjt. Two Hundred sou Wxty
111 covir a year's Hoard. Tuition
Injt: hooks extra. The l.utituu 6e
.u ; ir not lymtntlted bv TViilns. f
vprrty nf Oi prvp.-ittar.
lion lor circular may oe mads to
UC !:. i nN.NKKl.. ITesldent.
Nesr . :tua. .via.
timet to SS
Ulketatt
AfpiSH
-iep-.
W. H. BOWERS'
Mathematical and Classical School,
for. Hernando and Itntotoc
VpWsjaijs9r in.
i ; r7H a TesMlic-i
ie witr, h irustt will
fur i.t- future,
oos.k. sior". or at l
mtt
iu Llils city jrf vlou- to I
' a Kunci-u! Urtrmitw
HlMBtsMottlWtC.
PARK AVENUE ACADEMY,
Vi MlLHi KUoM .hKMPHIM,
Xrer Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
rT,irE iTB SKMSION (.PENH SEFTEMIIKB i
1 IW -students prepared for the fniver
2iy ". Ir'hla or any t's4iee. Hoard iruua
lt to is per month.
Kor circulars apply to H. Wade go., Tay
lor. Radford 4 FoV or Dr. J J. T?!iiai!i
Mcuiphhf. W. L.M1LLKK, M.A.,
uaio daw Principal.
La S ALETTE ACADEMY
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
3sTo. X78
TlxJLx-ci Streot.
UK Acaslemir Year consists of two ssm-
ioii of five months; the Brst common, -
lng on the
lirM -' a September, the
i n the Meal JJCnUay in February.
ItUSl TKR K4ITNS), PAVAOI.F.
VA.NCB;
For Tuition In the Enallsh Bran
vi. Wo. acevxdina to the age or
of the pupil Kor further imortuatl
to the .-superior of Latsalette.
Ledger cepy.
IM AD-
MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE.
Ql.) DeHOTO HTHEET. Mrs. M.P.Mncrn
jfc a wokth and Mrs. Fa.vmie P. Mcubck
Prin. ipals. SVIll open Wkii!shskv. Septsls
nut I. LAS. 'or clrcnlars Inquire at the
nd iiiii-ic -tores, or at the Institute, augle
MR. VIGUS' SCHOOL
W
TlLLlsrn
it Is irtcfly limited to .jpl-i. h..
rc-r.neued on VtilMiiT on.-i. i...
lo tuurteeu years of age, reftslve
of two years. Application, for U...
ay be made 'o Messrs. i Up Vau.ss
n, or to t'. W. .-smith, Esq., Psopla s
Mans.
THE MISSES BOWERS
VI "ILL npel
the Fall esinn of jjj
v v
School
On Monday, the 6tb of Sootenber.
In future no boys will b admitted
the the Incorporation of the-chooj
trouueed at the nest meeting t t
tnre. when an opportunity M uun
legbiie course will beoiferest to ihii
bill for
ill te lu-
LgtsU-
ng a nol-
SirOM
o, cm..mCllllC H. If,. ,'llSul.r. ,
-,toi..s. f.r lt lonroe str
NOTICES IN BANKRUPTCY.
NOTICE.
District of West Tennessee, i
In Haakruptry.
A! Memphis, Tenn.. JStb day o August. UM.
The undersigned us-retn ivos notlea ol bis
appointment as assignee of Stapheu L. Car-"
peuur. Muacow.Fayciee county, Slate of Ten
nessee, within said District, who ha oeen ad
judged ii Kankrupt upon bt own petition by
the District Court of said District.
JMir- :bViHLDRHHlfc, .As.!fnee.
NOTICE.
District of West Tenne
In Baukruptr
At Memphis. Tenn.,
The undersl-ne.1
th day rjg August. L10.
leby gives notice of I
api-oinimeni as astignce of Jamee V. Raw-
r"r'"y vyoo'T. hd State of Ten
nessee, within said District, who has been
adjudged a bankrupt upon bis own oeUiiou
by the District Court of said District
V. WOOUiRIDUK. Assignee
NOTICE. m
District oi West Tennessee,
In Bankruptcy. "
At MemphU, Tenn., 3Sth tUy of August, lite,
The undersigned hereby gives notloa of his
appolntmeui as Assignee of Tnoa. jrHlcisV
Individually, and us one of the firm of flfSL'
smith. Mnphi,, Shelby county aia i Sta
j uouai u in t; DOD I) IS Own
Uon, uy the DUtricl Court ot ssnd District
aug o. wool DHirs:.- s.'fir:.
O. WOOLDRifsiE. Assignee
NOTICE.
District of West Teuuessee I
In Bankruptcy.
At Memphis, Tenn., th day of August, LM
The undersigned herebv gives notice of his
apbuiniiueni ss Assignee of David Uuklll.
Illl IflUallc 1.11,1 iu. i.artnvr ..t f Ha Ann of
liukilu Wonder, of Meuipula3oelby county
and State of Tennessee, within said District.
who has ii-.cn adjudges! a Bankrupt upon bis
"i. u uc! i: ion, n tne iiisirtci i.ouri o: saia
Hisvrin.
.iu,;."
1 1 W " il.UltlDUK, Assignee.
NOTICE.
District nf West Tcnnese. . i
In Bankruptcy. i"
At Memphis. Teun., th, day of August, 1-siO.
The undersigned lierehy give notice of tils
appointment as Assignees of Alfred Maiiu
raili, of Memphis, Shelby county, ud Stale
ol Teiine-ee. within satf District, who has
been uiljuiigcU u nnnai-niil. uuon his u
Ill
y the District Court of said District.
'JvJi.uiuia, t. Assignee.
ausi3.
NOTICE.
District of West TennisMee, I
lu Bankruptcy.
At Memphis, TeuM., SMfh day of
AlIsTU-t, It
The Undersigned hereby gives
of Ms
s'urliu
ripooiotineai us .v-signeee of.Ai
con i. ii. luiiiu.o! iempnis, n
aud olate of Tennessee ; aud James i urun, i.
.ui. .ion, npiuu couui v, ana -iiate or res,
nesses. individnally nud as i.srlnessoi fumm
said, within said District, who have
iultudg.Hl M.nKrup;s, up.,uttielr
wn peti'l.rr
by the Disti let Court of said Ditnct.
k
Assign.
O. WOOLDRIDOE
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