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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APP.- 1 o,
TO ThlK PUBLIC.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
Daily Appkau on M
HFUDAT APPKAU one Jtmi
, ... . V .PiiL one 5 ear.- W uu
U AAJ-1 1 3 1 '
THEtitin Pnuimn p rs:ir.- -ug-stiiiK
thi' pronct of an ocean cable
from the west cimst of America to
A-in. They think it would tie a great
txruniary MM, and increase the
..lri-nlv lanrelv trrnwinjr trade with
. . I 1 A1 A I . . . . , I j.l I
alt app.au m dab. of wro China and .lapan, ami """7"-
luilt. delivered in city bj Carrier., (f its gtM length would be fuil
seven pAper. per . TTT compensated by the greater security
TbeWF.KivAPfBAi.1. reR.l ydlnyn . . ,.on)Dara.
ned at the end ol ln" .. ,T7. tiYi, ' llli "K 11 1 " . '
S KsSiTai SSV I U vK Lqub waters of the PacitV
urn: ocean
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
. i nf Pnuanil Ac-
mMmmtmMm S'STSf L. , rm ol Tennessee will meet
( aril - . - v7j
Hyuare. , ... ... vshville on the :Mth 111st., the
Ac-riieriU in Wnt nr lienteolunr... HI at ."NasnMi"
A:l,?"i ." '" - .-- i, insertion. Grad c hapter on the 2h, and the
Double column advertisements 26 per cent, -. iKlg on the 4th Of October.
jTtS SKSS S- - The important bodies will pomprfee
fr ech mrtiou much of the illt.ll-ct and intelligence
"SJSSSL of the State, and their proceedings
Pplal notice., third page, 10 cent, per line jt maMfllHl TttTl great interest,
MthiyXrver?irnit.ieroriir.t,andHfor not aice by the FTeemn of the
eh additional aare ; . state but by the people generally,
A?J s'nrr cradditiouAi m proper- mhmtmi benefited and aretobebeu-
AnuntngCndid.tc.forRtocntri efited by the tendency for the good .of
n"p".Bo.-ta'-dIn'd- Masonrv and the general legislation
JiSnLg! r? i?" a.; looking to that end which may result
0PofiroIyol,.tuarir.and FunerJ from these meetings of the grand leg-
NoScea. will be charged a. other ad.ertuw- QmKll r.f Frpenmsonrv.
arMTiorrh Notice or notice of meeting
flrTl" Benevolent Societies, will
. . a. A? A.
TiTil T Thk tobacco reeeipw 01 .fwc
or-T T ArPEAU Ad
tfSSr1 W"' " ZZ of eighty-three per cent, over those of
WS&CSgft J 'f geagaaga .Ktbvrmr. A large portion
iTTthe IfUH-r Appkal alone, one mmm . me prccwiui, mm e i
ljiLT ratca.. t"-"' ivaj f.r trans-snipmeiii. n i-jnan-w
'- - . , .- . ".I j if
1 all caae. all advenisemeiii. -j aescena tne .uissiii'j", '"' "
AarL.flthelipr'oupied by eight line. New Orleans may regain, M shown
of SB nonpareil. hy fe(,t sUte(li control of the to-
(X)BRESPONDENCE. bacco fade, as against eastorn citi.-.
I I - 711 why may not the grain crop of the
froro every pi" rviii lsHiCO. i ..'... he moved 1)V
H . .A 1 1 -' " - J I 1 1 L 1 It 1 piur ' it niv. v-i....-
the same causes in the name direction .
And if cotton, in quantities constantly
increase.!, seks its market in Mem-
MEMPHIS APPEAL
. phis, why may not the same eommer
WEDNESDAY 0RNIN6. : SEPT. B. tobS. M w n thijj dty a succes
XE WSPA PER 6ALE.
Ontte 31.t of March M. the .loaing
d.T of wuat new.prr men all coneede
U! be the boaWst quarter of the year, re
larna were made by the several newRP
fmr oonrm 'f this dty, M ing the fol-
).iitic reeult :
Appeal
Avalanche
ful tobacco exchange?
Is many portions of the South,
where the colored population is dense,
it is found Impossible to raise hogs
and cattle. This is the ease in portions
of Mississippi. Migratory blacks are
B I eminently destructive. Fortius rea-
4S.H, oo i a iHfv,. hart- of the cotton crop 01
aiich district- will 1' expen.ltit tor
a fi. nL since tlw Appf il. made a I , , )rt iti(m suni.Hes 111 this
lL0t"TJ?: I .nH other Cities. In fai-t, our trade
been for several veare rot iDK the e untry I v..hthl. KofUjwest will ultimately
niht, disKuisrd In mk. ami l'J? lrflnIU, its former t)ouns, and Uie
iSa7eUKNe hippinK a. imir- mtU wj consume as much in value
derioavbe very ins pn i.-.,,. f lirtliwest,.rn r,nli -ts as ever o
K thevllHl tod that u'.. S 5 fore. It is simply a matter of dollars
think so. . and cents, and of profit anft loss.
The above is from tin- - u' ThU u ,,ne of the questions Which
'local and jsilitical prejudices never
couhl and never will control.
In order to comply with the wishes
of our Mississippi friends who may de
JM to l; heard through our i-olumns.
and having been specially renuestetl
to give it the benefit of our clr.-ula-tion
in Mississippi, we publish in an
other part of to-day's iaeue theletterof
Hon. K. M. Kkown on the subject ol
thepns-cnt canvass in that Territory.
We shall publish witn eimai wnimg
n. :iny rtispectable reply from those
taking a different view. What our
.riemls there should do they will be
better able to judge than we are to ad
vise them. It will le seen that tins
letter ol Mr. Bbowx presents ably
and in a forcible light the view he en
tertains. The terms offered negro
suffrage and the i' disfranchisement
of a portion "of the white people of
Mississippi would be sufficiently
hard. And if the terms of read mis
sion are submitted to Jat " rebels "
we should think the late rebels ahoidd
he the uroner persons to accept or re
ject them. But it seems to be all a
matter of force it is no occasion ior
a vote at all it is " vote as the Gov
ernment bids you and come in, or re
fuse and stay out." Thus the people
are called on rather to register Gov
ernmental edicts than to set up a Gov
ernment of their choice, under the su
pervision and subject to the action of
Cum p This is an unfortunate sit-
imtion. in which our friends maybe
compelled to make the best ot it.
And we see no way to do so, so HKeiy
to ic satisfactory as that suggested by
Mr. Biuavx ' the action of a State
Conservative Convention." His hit
at the "old leaders," who took the
State out of the Union, as question
able counsellors in the business ot
taking it back, is almost too much
like the Irishman's horse which
" took him up very aisy hut let him
down very bard." Ios not Mr
BROWN know that sensible men learn
by experience, and that making one
mistake may prove an effective anti
dote against committing anotlier:
lUxitv u'afarher Instead of doin? his
work, for a gxsl amount obtains the i
United States weigner sngures. incse
i.a I. tr the merchant, and the lat
ter, finding that they correspond ex- :
. . . . . i a . i. r,,;....!
actly W illi Til liyjure-i m mr- J u
Suites weigher, comes to the conclu
sion Uiat all is riht. It is said that a
very targe number rA United Rtates
iind'city weighers are implicatetl in
this kind of netrious business. In
deed, it is understood that the men.
lahorers, who depend a great deal Upon
work that is furnished them hy the
citv weigher when weighing a cargo,
MM who are constantly thrown out of
i, .in when the citv weiirher
buys the figures of the United States
Weigher in.-ieau Ol w e.miiK mr -nij4w
himself, and making out his own fig
ures, have laid their grievances before
the Collector. It is alleged tliat many
of the United States weighers have
obtained as much as tJW and !i0tJ at
anoparfor their figures
This is but a drop uTTTie bucket, coui
narcd with the vast frauds which are
r iA i... i 1 1 ... i t ,,!,.!.,:
Deinsr I 1 1 1 1 a Leu ii iwiuai
in nil oarts of the country. When a
...in oho-it ami windIo in woisi-
en anus and legs furnished to maimed
and mutilated soldiers, what win tney
not do in the plundering line?"
Time. Our neighbor sliouw icrirn
the maxim "give the devil his due,"
frtr he may have u-e for it one of these
day., as well as the Ku-Kluv. He
misrepresents us when he iutimate
that weh-e defended " beating and
.nlrHerinir ruvroes." mmi said that
Tin. Northern press is laugtiing l
our Governor, that wished to be, and
saying tie 1 in HI) Ugly morass, " full
. - m.m. , M,nu ctixr t tin ilenies
munierui: iiTti".-, oi ueniais. xik- tr
- negro whipping and murtier may le that he intended to ask the preddHnt
very insignificant event-." If he o H jon of Congress for the
read our article at all, he should know purpori,, 0f Assuming control of the
COTTOM FACTORS.
. a. !ki.sos. -iso. r. titcs.
NELSON & TITUS.
Cotton Fac tors,
AVD -
Commission Merchants,
No. IfJ Jefferson Street.
JIEMnilS, .... TENNEHBEE.
' E are sneeenHoni lo the old Arm ot Tttua
A Co.. and would be pleaned to have
their old customers continue their business
with us. We alr" solicit a share of the bosi
nrsaof Ihe Planter, of the Sunth. All tot
ton consigned u us Insured, unlew otherwise
dlpaeted. '1st angffl
W. O. L. A Da",
Bolivar, Term.
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
CHAS. C Pabtke.
Ii. FRANK IT VRI1KRT.
PARTEE & HARBERT.
Cotton Factors
.!n
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. II Union Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESREK.
R. D. Jonks,
Hitrilenian .'o.. Tenn.
JONES & ADAMS
Cotton Poctors
AND
Commission Merchants,
So. 9B I ROXT STREKT, I'P-STAIKS,
MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
mm- r'AnMionmHntjrur c.tton anil i tlier Pro
duce respectfully solicited. auiCM
W. tL htiu ajit. J. H. HaiLr.ERN,
OfSheeiy Co., Tenn. Late Madlaon I o.,Teun.
STEWART & SKILLERN,
Cotton Paotors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
NO. .KM KHONT STREET,
Memphis, Tennessee.
M-Will Rttend promplly to the sale of O.i
toi) and Produce, and till orders for supplies
for customers. e2
W. B. 8l E. B. CRISMAN
COTTON FACTORS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
226 FRONT STREET,
Cp-Stuirs, - - - Memphis, lenn.
Liberal Advances made ort Consignments.
INSURANCE.
. 810,000 For SIO
1 r'reaiita when the Classes are Complete
I sen ntk'u heinn rQnirilv filled un
w.xv., . - r j " r
MASONIC MUTUAL
Life Assurance Association.
OF MEMPHIS.
iFFlCE NO. , FRONT HOW.
OFFICERS.
P. C. TRADER. President.
H. M. RAO AN. Secretsry.
H. D. TRADKU. Treasurer.
Board of Directors.
Hon. P. T. HCRi-iiiw. of seeruas A Duncan.
A. Vaii'aso, Kq., of A. Vaeearo To.
J ft Htaxtox, K.i.. of Stanton A Moore.
A. Hati-hett. Ksu.. of Busby HaKhett.
t i.,.,-r P., ,,r WiKsIek Plekell.
, I" n.... ,j,., -
ADV.ijiTAi.tx-The advantage of this As-
Im,- 1 nHii rHiiee I'om-
punles are: No panics nan break It; the tees
are so small, sud reuulre lobe paidatuch
long Intervals, that any man can secure to
his fi
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
M J. WICKS. President.
W. F. BOYLE. Secretary
Assets over :
Annual Income over
J. T. PETT1T, Vice-President.
I. H. EDMONOSON, General Agent.
: : : : $600,000 00
500.000 00
anr It Is with mnch pleasure the Manager of.lhls ompany temler
nnd Ihe public their connratulatlon on It.snccess forthe past two ye
.tion and future prospects. Pollctes i-m-l on ill the improved plans ol
refer the senentl puhllc to our poury uumr-.
Icy Holders
sent --ondl-ranee.
W
ID. BtTlj
SpooUl Agent.
13. S. WHITB, J" r-..
State Agent for Tenn.
pfcs
La
.-a
that chartred these iTtiaes on coun
tAWi-it Ku-Klux " of his own party,
t.y whom tltey were coniniittetl. The
whole trouble In Buthertorti county
was originated by some of thor-- rery
raacala The action of others of that
.ommunity was in self-detmse. Even
now, while we write, an ar
ticle from the Murfreeoboro Mn-
- t cai,.e.i.,v is handml U
us
torial
State government. He rtenles that
he Intends to bring the subjevt of the
election before tigress, and he denies
the statement that he wistK-s all the
Skxtkr men turned out of office."
A ROthinE else has been particularly
laid to bis tkMft sin.v our eagU' Hew
aw av to WashinKton, tit is about all
he could deny in so short a time. He
Is certainly somewhat mors, m tne
" oi .Tniueio; - js iiertainiy souiew imi ui"is "
by gentleman sitting in the edi- cnjt-ntf, TMWstWfwl "f
ial room, which shows up one of When he tfs back, if he will
m tmninus villains, at whose d(Hr . jlNt AN letter he will
now denv the Dl'XfAS letter he will
not have much left to do but to deny
A CaU has lieeu made by the Pres
ident of the Chamber of Commerce,
the acting Mayor, with the Presidents
of the Memphis and Charleston, Mem-
uhLsand Little Bock. Memphis ami
Ohio, Mississippi and Tennessee and
Mississippi Central Railroads, and by
the i'riMdent of the Memphis and
Arkansas River Packet Company, and
Cant. Bowman, of the steamer St.
Krancis. for u convention at Memphis, ' .13
to be held for the purpose of taking ia
into consideration tne line oi proposes
railroad from Memphis via Spring
Held to Kansas 'ity. The day named
for the convention is
tl ksiiav. octouer l, IStW,
and delegattsare invited to represent
all the following interests, viz:- All
the counties and towns of Arkansas
north of White river, all the steam
boat Interests of the Mississippi and
White rivers, all the ocean and ship
ping interests of N -w Orleans, and all O
the railroads ( enteritis at this point.
This is a railroad enterprise, second
in importance to no other winch nas
been initiated in this .martcrand de
serves the most zealous co-operation
and energetic support ot our whole
IkkI.v of citizens. It runs through the
ganjen ground of the fertile and vast
western Mississippi Valley, and it
connects the greatest bread and meal
producing with the great cotton grow-
r ins section of the country. Jf the mi-
CtamuGjmmn respectfully mmwi
upon whleh liberal Cash Advances will
, ATl'Co'tion consigned to us Insured, unless
otherwise instruited.
A full supplv of naeirtng, Rojie und Ties
eonstsntly "u hand. Careful attention given
lo fllllne orders of eveiy kind.
We have secured lha services of an ex
perienced cotton man to give especial ulteu
, ion,., welshing dI,Aai;.!'aiIARBERT.
w rA
GO
furailv a romoelt'iif V opon his (WaIIi.
PLANTERS'
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
Office: Cor. Madison and Second.
J. 6. LONSDALE, President.
0. H. T0WNSEN0, Vice-President.
WALTER A. GOODMAN, Secretary.
J. 6. LONSDALE, Jr., A't Secretary.
DIRECTORS :
P. H. TOWTCSKD,
J. O. LOHSDALF,
O. V. Rambai-t,
D. T. POBTKR, .
C W. UOTKK.
A. Vaccako.
M. J. WH KH,
J. J. Br.-.iiV,
K Metkk,
si. V. McNi-tt,
J. K. Fra.sk.
B. F. IlAKBKBT,
J. ('. NltKLY,
K. J. Tavlor.
XT D 63 I'lu:.'
This Company Is prepare.1 to do a general
f ire una jisruie du.hi, .
J. If. GOOTJLETT,
At the Desli.
aulT djtw
J. C. nOl'iJHERTY,
(leneral Agen:.
j. J. RAWLrsiiS. J.
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J. J. RAWLINCS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 254 FRONT ST.,
CP-HTA TTtK - - MEMPHIS, TR.yyFXSKK.
mw We will Hell all Country Produce Con
signed to us. , ,
H-' have oblalned the services of Mr.
T-ti.i i, vniiui'VT nr ,.1.1 Mn.l evnerlen.t
, ....... uu In fht.Sikltts of 1 olli.Tl.
Mr Nornieul is well known to the most of
Cotton raisers In this vicinity, and lie would
he please.1 10 s.-.- h.. ins oi'i n h-uui, '
loniers at our oral'.'. JJ"
! EL Ii. Weiiukb.
I Kavvlte Co., T. nn.
,.HN V Wkbbkr,
Fayette Co., Tenn
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r . . - l..Al Th.
JU- all the trounies oi n.ui.t-r.u.... not haw mu,h )eft t0 (lo ma to aeny - 0- this ()ceitu connoting link
Jkm'tormyn: . JlMi mmh,nmd turn white man and 1 1 immeasurable to-
AonumnialeHitmndrell. the i.attiPOf , . , el..VHtlon for l ' . L x
iS&i 8BK wm "AVX X, h, i, fl,t-that of a passahie
tvr." Vhe people of ..Tff? gfcMtor. W H Nh him (jreat suc-
wm 11.; 2 in l.Ls laudal.le flW in that
" . i ,. ., ...1.; ...j hol
trnifci i.!'..i ' r l-v -
reu-hel ruin ahop and Kaillinic hUe ,ir.-tion.
BiaUe It. too hot for bin. BeiDR a ootoj -.liar,
he has all Ihe elemei,;- IB ftu
.siiupoaitiou for a tirat class martyr. A Till eluctiotls in Texas and Missis-
anui -s hi piteous !orv will make splen- untjj XoveilllxT, in order, It is nam,
irJAX that the Radical party of those Htate.
SKniiimnsrtt '"'Kht have time tt oryanizc U9
Doe the lre ami Thiie adven-ate OUKhl y the nero voters. A week or
aroiwinKUieetiiiKandtheexpenditure ,Ilon-will be lost hy every negro la-
of all the (iaof Nashville, every time (kjrer in the very midst of the cotton
that a chicken is stolen or a pip killetl picking season. The profit in this
or even murder is provoked by the enures to partlzan adventurers
i i i-i . r if ..iK,.ei.,r.l ' M iwt ., i. s;, I. tn ifain ortice anil
IVUHICHI ninn in ........ . ,, Ui, v . . - . r.
day, what will it be twenty year,
from now, when the inexhaustibly
fertile lands, whose highway it is to
become, are filled up with the teem
ing million, living in wealth, luxury,
aud it may 1k liberty, which its un
told resources will draw, and which
it is destined to contain?
M. L. Mkai.ham. A. C.Trkaowei.i..
Meacham & Treadwell.
Wholesale Grocers
HERNANDO
INSURANCE COMPANY 2
OF MEMPHIS.
OFFICE : No. 17 MADISON STREET.
S. H. DUNSCOMB,
President.
BEN MAY.
Secretary.
W. B. GALBREATH
Vice-President.
F. M. NELSON.
Aas't Secretary.
DIRECTORS
b. h. Dtrsacom,
Ii. V. RISK.
R. . J ON EH,
... II. ......... . . .
.N. r i ) I A 1 .s r..
Jl Ulti '
W. B. UAI.BKK.VTH, U
A. X A1C ABU, w
LO! I S H AN Al ER, g
rrnmr jwmr nr iirk,.
ly 10 RTXK A .VM RTVFR RISKS.
MEDICAL.
DR. RUSSELL'S
ami 3 O i S S c C0 IZZ
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HIDES AND LEATHER.
HARDWARE.
COTTON FACTORS,
NO. 7 UNION STREET.
Stonewall Block, - Memphis. Tenn.
nr E :ir.- now recclvlnica inmplr-U' and ciirp-
foUy eltx-tl lo,-k of liKiK'EKII-A
Our (ootfa varr ablpM'il i vry luw rat.-, i
Might, anrl we 'fli' tliem to the traile at low
arteea. call anil examine.
m Ifcultl attention given to the sale or
Cotton, and couslKlimeiiLs gollrltol tteSiUW
the tttte be saved every day of the
week by tin- respectable savans urthe
-apltol, because these chicken steal
ings and pig killings and murders are
out " insiBiiiticant?"
We hox; the . un1' i"i "ia
thus respttability through theagt'iu y
of negro suffrage. Their gains are
the country's losses. Why did not
AHUM AMK-s, the reigning Satrap
in Miv.Lsf.ippi. si-ek to represent Maine,
his own State, ih the United States
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,i ,.uo hhnn to avoid this senate? What service has Ami.s done
iieoeasity. Ioe he denire party capi- QnAVJ that a State may lie sacrificed
Ul out of these mischiefs, new proof nV the master in behalf of the man?
that Uov. Fikite and (iv. BaoWS liow degradwl Is Htatehooil when
oppose them, tir, in cae they arise by Common wealths are playthings in the
i-arpet-hag agencif-s, wwa an nijuiir nanus 01 miiuitr.v rui..
that the rascals shall have full -coin- the President give them to his syco-
tn deceive, cheat, -teid, rob and mur- phants an Roman Kmperors were
derwith imputiity? We should hate rat to distribute satrapies among
to kill a liviug lieing. But we should the flatterers?
Iiate more tp U't one of them escape -- "
when we lK.d the jK.VNer to punish. The Cincinnati (ommtrru.i, man
Wehave not said thelitis J Huth- dUoctel reviewing the
erford are blameless in their defensive nation, says that the
mSi But we M puzzled to see Sknter sUmds pledged to the Ht-
2m to blame them. tecnth Amendment e do not
0 ,. kuw how it is itli the p,!. hut we
Wf. present our conipliment- to the ,0 know how it is with the
jrentleman who does the ' Assis iated Conservative jKople who helped
tre" business at Iuiisville, aud re- to t,(K.t him, that they did not
quest hereafter he confine himself j,y word or deed commit themselves
jrwiv to eomnilini' the news. We ..ither to the Fifteenth Amendment
do not desire to be made the vehicle 0r to the new doctrine of Universal
for expressions of opinion nianufac- Suffrage, w hich in all parts of Teunes
tured In Nashville or elsewhere by j e,lU;illy obnoxious and odious,
partisan editors. Whatever of that xhe Conservative KH)ple who helped
" kind of thing " we have to lay be- to elf-ct Sentior did so believing they
fore our jieopie we desire to give from were doing service in the cause of
.urselves and of ourselves. For such w)(ite enfranchisement. They did not
we are willing to bo responsible. A for nioinent believe it possible
Itaragraph which apieartd among ,hat their labors for Sextep. could be
onr telegraphii' matter yesterday was ,.oltHtrued intopleffylaf hBrtvetot
to the eflet-t that Fx-Freoident Jons- tn0 Fifteenth Amendment, or that
nON was fctill in Nashville " ch nitng " which is only another name for it-
lor the United Stater, rsenaiorsnip. U niversal Suffrage. The (.Ymi,wr tat
While we have not avowed any pref-1 g wrong. We can airount for iLs error
The universal suffrage doctrine is
laid at the door of the Radicals, by the
Philadelphia Ayt in proof of their
utter demoralization. The Age says
"all their projects now are scandalous
breaches of their own plighted faith,
as well as violations of law. Su-'h,
for instance, is the attempt to force
un;,-. suffrage on Pennsylvania, after
solemnly denying tliat Intention in
the Chicago platform. Such, too, Is
thu .ittemiit on the oart of Canhv to
reverse the judgment of the people of O
- - . i !1 1
Virginia, to which they w ere inviieu
by a special act of Congress and a
proclamation by President Guam.
The attempts in Tennessee are of the
same sort. Utter bad faith is the
characteristic of them all; and their
common aim Is to keep a few Radicals
in condition to plunder the.massof the
people." .
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COTTON FACTORS
S I,
Gen'l Commission Merchants,
11 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
W 1 onsiitiinieiit. 01 Coltoa soli.-it. d. Lll.
oral aiUiinceaiuaileon i-im-mniueiiiM In store
flaKUinn. Hope MMl Plantation Suppliea fur
nlHlied ai the low t rearfcet rmt . ana
OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS.
TRADERS,
axt
COM M 1SSIOX MKRU1I ANTS,
Ko.9M Front Street,
(KlNSliiNMl' NTS to n hy r;y.-r insured in
our open m.1i v. unlerx promptly tllleil,
ami iiix'ral rash ailvames on pnKlui-e. A con
lluuiil iiu reuaeof our hiiKlnesH ltliem-t evl
Jeiiee of salisfnetlon aiven. wl d.tw
M. , JOSKS. W. . BKUM N.
JONES. BROWN & CO..
COTTON FACTORS
And General Commission Merchants,
2? FRONT STREET, EEMIMIIS, TENN.
I are MAM lor pant favors, anil mint,
with our ltifreaeil iaeilliieH to lie able,
In nil respei ts, to give Bat Isfm t 1011 Ul our en
tomere. Liberal mlvanees made on consign
ment, and orders Hi led ut the ImI market
rales. Regular eommisiiions ehurse.i. Con
slnmiments hy river or In MM In
suie.1 unlemi otherwise instructed. Havlna
our own storaKo tills MM, innl UierjOf
giving onr personal attention lo handlins
cotton, we eiin assure cirrei l welielila. Con-
"U,'',wLjoniw. im-.wN Aco:
DISPENSARY. ASHBROOK & WHITE. QOJTON
THE L.VBURHT AND OLDEST INOTtTCTIOH s..r t !:... 1'nti.LFR 4 c. .
E N ALLISON
And the only reliable place Tor th jaa a
Cure of Private Diseases. 111068 aRQ reltrieS
Dr. RrWEI.L, No. 42 North Conrt Street,
.1 ia Unn..pi. Vlamnhla
nOnil MlUf OI I UIIIl tUUl", Jiriiiuii.,
part 1 en Inurtwted an by far
The Most Successful Physician
IN the treatment of Private and secret dls
eaaes. Qnirk. thorough nnd permanent
tnirerl guarnnieeu in every ewr., nim.
male Recent cases of tihonorrhea or Syphi
lis cur.sl In a few days, without the use ot
............ .., .11... ,.r hlr.ilr.iu.fl iroitl
huainess. Secondary Kyphllls. thelaat vestige
eraillcaieu w n noui uie : "i
ferera from Impotency or losa of Sexual
i, .... - , ...... vW.,r in a few weeka.
ijleeter Ghouorrheaof long standing, when
all lurnal reraedlea have failed, permanent
ly and speedily cunsl mj a now ireaimeu..
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Ulllim ... nrn-a.,um v.-..- - '
' , u ......... ... , u,,il l.tusttt TlllV.
slcal and menuil power, speedily and perma
nently cured. All consultations strictly
eonnileuiuil. mm
MOfflce hours from 9 am. to 1 p.m., and i
DILTb. grtMTT T . CommltingPhyaJclan
Treaties on Chronic Disease ram laheil rre..
on application. mrmm mm
TO THE AFFLICTED.
W- li. oooDLicrr.
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NEWTON FORD & CO.,
WHOLESALE ,
Grocers, Cotton Factors
GOODLETT 8l CO.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 282 Front Street,
Over J. F. Frank's, - Memphis, Tenn.
"Consignments solicited,
and Ties iurnlshe.1 customers
Hugging, Hope
ion diw
I. IX. TownsondL,
COHON FACTOR
. AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 255 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE.
Ilili.-t Cell MM Palil for
Hides,
Furs,
Deer Skins.
Beeswax,
Tallow,
Wool. Etc.
Y.naUnlly on Consignment,
Harness. Bridle. Skirting and
Sole Leather,
ADAMS STREET.
Betwwn Front Row and Wator St.,
set MEMPHIS. TENN.
GINS!
BROS.,
, SOI.K AGENTS FOR
E. CARVER Sl CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WIMLKSAI.K DK VI-KRS IN
HARDWARE
IRON. GUNS. CUTLERY. Etc..
270 FRONT STREET,
TENNESSEE.
M KM I'll IS,
I)1..nti:rs.
chase liin
DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH
, u vvvTT V T Ol' .lTFIl I'M MF.M-
II phis for tliepurpiwe of treating VENB-
IlKAI. IMSKASKS. iscillic l I.A, UBurui,
DYHPEPUA and CHRONIC KtSF.ASKS. of
every description. I 1-Ilil.ir espei la.ij no
iigHgea to cure effectually, without the we
of mercury, and In much lew time than is
geuerally required; pledging himself to pay
all the expense of treatment should he fail
to effect cure In cases where hl direction
arelmplleitly followed. All coiiiinunl.aulona
i.v teller nroiiiutlv answered.
Office-No. 227 Second Street, Up-sUira,
Jy" ''-'w
FOR SALE.
BANKS AND BANKING.
n'lmnts ilis.rgnlng to pnr
ila will do well to bear In
tninil thai we are ssile genis lor ' E. CVR-
VKR A CO.'S" IMPROVED COTIDII Ot.
The unernialed beauty of the staple of cotton
ginned on these well known Oin htands, tha
Vighlii. ss .ii llieir improved running gear.in
creaseil yield of lint, nnd many other ac
knowledged advRntnges, make them m..r
dealralile ihan In former yemn, when, as not,
they were the favorite. iyt
NOTICE.
rpHE copartnership lieretofore existing nn
1 der tfie name Oi .M'l OMBS CO,kM
lieen renewisl snd continued, nnder thw
nume and -i vie of .McConibs. Keller Bj-rne-..
.nempnis, juijr iu, .w
UNION & PLANTERS BANK I McCOMBS. KELLER & BYRNES
OF MEMPHIS.
Authorized Capital, - $1000 000
Subscribed Capital, - 671,300
AMI
ar Ragging, Rope and Ties furnished cus
tomers. auglM daw
B. M. BLACA
Late Black, Camron 4 Co.,
Dicmpnis, ut"K
JOSEPH N. BLACK.
Late ol Maysvllltt. Ky.
t'oNTKMPTi Bh'., very! Somi-tiuip
ago, at the request of the editor of the
. - " 1 ;.,, a troiitlo.
K IIO.X V 1 1 1- i I "in " e.- i
nirtn laMMtfirtrnl with the Revenue le- , mM
partment, residing in that city, IMV
inj Maynai.u, called uon that per
s..n, inter view fd" him, and pulr
lisheil the result. M aynard not
liking what of diretlit attached to
hiiii on account of the statements
made by him durhig the interview,
and in order to make an example of
the interviewer, scut on to Washing
ton and had him discharged from the
public service. How like the sneaking,
contemptible Narragansett.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
17 UNION STREET.
Memphis, Tenn.
A. SAlil.KH. J.H. KtSHEH.
SADLER. FISHER & CO..
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AJI
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 40 Madison Street.
Memphis, : : : Tennessee.
BConslRiiineulsof Cotton :.uil otherCoun
try Prialuce Solicited. Always on hand
completa oHmnnt . Plumation Supplies,
Hsgglng, Rope and Ties. sel daw
BLACK, BRO. & CO.,
Cotton Factors and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR the sale of Grain, Flour, Beef, Pork,
Bscon. Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Potatoes
and Western Produce generally.
2W Front Street, bet. Madlaon and Monroe
MEMPHIS. KNN. tell
; En. J. Taylor,
I Of IeSoto Co., Miss.
W. c. RrTLAsn,
Of OeSoto Co., Miss.
erenoe for Mr. Johnn, or Meed fc
any of the gentlemen nameu iu coi.
. t ' .. t ..fil.s. 1 ti
nt) the score of ignorance of our affairs
and our local politics, but we cannot
any oi me p-minw" i onv. ... ......
iiectioR with that important oftice, be- amount for the ersistency of the
lkevtng there is yet plenty of time, we , x:whville Hanner w hen it repeats this
are avewe to being made the vehicle ! entnw, which we think a gross libel
for a slur, a sneer, or a reproach j uton to people of TeoueHrwe. Jtsays,
tundnst one who deserves, at j KUppi.rtiiiK the absurd position ot the
least, the respect or tne iw
ule of his SUte. This word
scheming" -ma-ki of the " spike
collared, bull dog " authority, and is
a riiwmstinsr as it is weak. We hope
the managers of tne Associated Press j
Cincinnati Radical organ, that "The
"majority that elected Senter is
" iileritred certainly to all that the Kif-
" tecnth Amendment seeks to secure
" to the colored voter." We ask the
.,...,.,. when tnat majority was
TAYLOR 8l RUTLAND,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
. Thk new administration of Gen.
Cram lias not yet Ijecome remarka
bly dir tinguished in the way of re
form. Is it powerless, or what is the
excuse for doing nothing, when so
mueh was promised, and when it is
conceded by eom thai m pftttnn rQOftt.c
Btoeh is to be doe? kukants au ui ouci vuiivn
ministration is any improvement on AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 304 FRONT STREET,
Moshyand Hunt s Block, - Mkhphis, Tk.
W Consignments solicited
W. W. (IPr. 1. H. M'CI.EHVS. T.C.PARK.
R. W. M'CLKI.I.AN.
GUY, M'CLELLAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE '
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
J". Xj. "V 33 IrL S E! H,
COTTON FACTOR
AMD -
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
314 Front Street.
Memphis, : : Tennc
aw Bagging und Ties toaWMd to custo
mers ul lowest market rates. sel iUv
FOR SALE.
r 7 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND, K1YK
D.J miles east of the city, on the ohrier.-.t
turnpike, three-iiiinrters of a snile nftmi tin
u .....i i if u ..,..! imoroved. un aiMind
nntw nf liirire and small frull : one-lhird of
the place under tlnihvr; has pecullsrudvanl-
. ... ' tnm ,., .,L'..l ' .... .t,.I'i;ill'Y ' ills III' , ! Wolllll
.i ll Hie km. win . top and give possession Im
mediately. Terms easy. Apply to
lalXOHO, JtiY 'CO..
ailgDI
Valuable Property for Sale of Lease
IDESIRK to lease or sell my Sleanji Mill and
Uln, two miles south of Memphis, on Horn
Lake rood, all In perfect rnnnliig "Jr-Jer. Ap
ply at 33 Souiii Court street, or utf premises,
for Information, m,-T
....in; waiiiii miinrrir..
Uie managers m , j --- - -
... i .i .Ii.vihw in nvard 1 . .i.-i.r..,l how and by whom ! e m-
u ill aavise iiivt.i v.j.. i" i - ..... , -
t, this and other things uf whicn we sW that the majority that elected Sen -have
lust reason to complain, and TKE was not pledged to the Fitteenth
uhkh comprise the tyranny under Ai.icndment, nor to I ni versa I SSuf
hleh we ttroan, and from which, at ' frage, nor to anything but the enfran
urwut we see no release until the ' chisement of the white voters who
(io ernment takes possession of the had been unjustly deprived of their
telegraph system and incorporates H vote by a Radical and a usurping
wrtbthatof thepostolBce. begLslature.
Johnson's in jioint of economy, it is
more than we see. v e soryotn tne
following from the Philadelphia Age:
" It is estimated that fully one-lifth
of tiie revenue collected fails to reach
the national Treasury, while Congress
men farm out railroad franchises and
sell olncw to the highest bidders. The
custom houses are hot-beds of corrup
tion and lwculation. Serious frauds
have been unearthed in New York.
th nersons inaolicated beinu I nited
States weighers, and the details of the
fraud are thus suited: Atter tnese oin- and
Siant' rlvho.heo ui'm- ' General Commission Merchants,
signwl employs a city weigher to j x0. 2iM FRONT STREET,
Weigh the chests. Ol course the llier- ijet Washington and Adams, Memphis, Tenn
chant pays the city weigher ior his r.ugis mm .
work, and out of his pay the weigher
must pav whatever help he may re- Removal,
iniire The object of the consignee in john U. SCHMIDT, Lrsk and Gnnsnilili
1 V ..;,, Hi.. i itv weiffher is obvi- J has removed from Se.-ond street to No. O
employing tDl' lay llK'" ru,' Mnr,. between Main and Second streets,
ouslv to asc rtain whether the L niUsl , ,.M .,, r..pttirs burglar and Ore-proof safes,
situti weiirhcr has weiglleti his cargo He also repairs locks of all descriptions gun.
Mates weigii r ii .. u,,,.,.r!(i pistols nnd s. wing machines. Long experl-
correctlv. Hut it has been diseovereu nc(j ,n ils liranc , business win insure
and here the fraud conies in that satisfaction to his patron. i"
J. M. Patbick. M. M. Patrick.
J. M. PATRICK & CO.,
Cotton Factors
AHJI
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
2.rri Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
Ri,i,1NO and Ties fnrnisheil eiislomers,
'on.l llls-rsl advances luaile on consign-
TRANSPORTATION
QUICK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Route
MMER 5
Commencing May 2, i889.
Sixty perwnt.of the suliscrlbed Capital Slock
will be In Cash ul i-ommeni-emeni. ann
privilcgerctalued of calling the ll
ance wlthiii four months
Will open to do a General Banking Busmes
Oil
SUFTITMBBR X. 1869
At No. 16 Madison Street,
Cmil completion of their new Building at
0. II Mnilisoll .-Kreei
lr,inn,i altention given to Collections
und lUiinittan.s-..
New York Kxclinnge now uirsaie
DIRECTORS
W'M. M. FARlUNiin.N, of Memphis, Tenn.
.1. .1. K. H 1.1 -I'.-H.
r. a. i hduch.
loii.s .loiissos,
. VL' I . v en
w. ii. Oaaaaaw,
W. B. Hai.bbkatii.
NAeoLkoN 11 1 l.l..
J.
u.;u"4 WIM.1AMHOM. ol Somervllle,
A. Ho ii.lwH.i. 1 lll'oa i.a in.
NATIIAS ADVW.nl siiniun eri
OFFICERS :
Wm y. Farrintrton. President.
Aiways Ahead W. A. Williamson Vice President
Laviirr
Ileal Kalate Brpkers,
Made.
I Si reel.
322 1-2 and 324 Main Street,
MEMPHIS, TENN.,
IMPORTERS AND 10BBERS
HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
OTJNS,
Agricultural Implements. Etc.
EAGLE COTTON GINS.
We are the Hole Agents for the sale of the
unrivaled iln Stands. For beauty of staple,
lightness of draft. and quantity oi lint eotton
nirneil out per .lav, they are unsurpaaaed.
Kelerence i-an be safely made to every plant
er who has given them a fnlr trial, w here
mule power is used, t bey make a saving of
trunrone-oAiartertu one-lhird the draft ovet
any other tlln.
W AM! ALSO AOTXT5 Fob
Hall's Fire and Burglar Proof Saes;
Mational Plow Co.'s, Calhoun and other
Plows ;
Wheeler. Ma.lden 4 Oemson s Circular Hawa;
Lulielle all Works, vt beeiing,
stranb's Mingle and Double-geare.Hlrist Mills ;
Falrbank's R. II. and Warehouse Scales. Jyll
n n n I
s. r. neau,
inents
rttile.
I I'mtoii unil oUr Prortuwewiit uttwr
fftel UAW J. M. rA iv
CHARLES H. DORION. Ir..
Late of Mosby A riorlon.
Cotton Factor,
Over 3(4 Kront Strwt,
Mbmphis, : : i Te.heikk,
In same rooul oicupled by Mosby 4 Dorion.
WBiuinii, Ties and Supplies fnrnisbed
lTnS5mXrs, Con?lgnmtiU, river and in
mMnm i " "
Wiw onJertMl.
Kt J (laW
mmlSVf ASIikksos, .lacks.,,,. K-nu. '
BLACK, ESTES Sl CO.,
Successors to Horton, Kstea A Co.,
COTTON FACTORS
AND COMMISHION MERCHANTS,
No. II Monroe St., MpmphU, Tenn.
W Consignments of Cotum. Tobacco nnd
Oraln solicited. Bagging. Hope aud all Sup
dUW furnished at the lowest rate. Liberal
fash advancements made on Cotton in store
or !u transit. 1
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL HUH AS FO LI.OWSOS THI
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line
Leave Memphis (city time! Ml a.m. 2:io p.m.
Leave Me.nphl. Nr 3p.m.
Morning train from Mem MM does not run
'"r"J'.-.oh,s.R. R.Ttme aKa.,. SMp.m.
Arrive at KttMI fc iTJl? f-J'-"'
ii,-,-i,iiii: , iiim '." .... .. . "na - - -
.i.,.. i oomville and Meiikinls to .Nasnvllie,
Through Tickets at Fteduced Rates
nice tB7 1-2
Main st.
or by the
Can be procured at thecu
Main street, and M Ilepo
c- Uaggaiie Checked I
u . k&rti. Truiukr i
f u.,i,l.n,.. or oil! tuiord
rrivnw ..... .. --. 3 A.
pr.uc.p-. JONES, Snpt,
Sai.I. HOWKT.T- Pnssenai r Agent. myJ4
'.i.pany ; at Hotels,
. lNiais, ui an
BANKING HOUSE
MEMPHIS LIFE
And Gen'l Insurance Company,
Cor. Front ami Mmlison Sts.,
D. B. M0LL0Y. President.
au8 FERDINAND MOLLOY, Cashier.
FIRST
NATIONAL BANK
OF MEMPHIS.
DIRECTORS
NEW YORK.
The Pures B"st and Cheapest
SOl O RV U I WRWEBS.
THE MISS1SOU0I POWDER
CTI" ALLY
lle:!-.". 1
fuloua
L. 1.
Viedlcal S.H
In circular, sent free on application to
CHAS. A. DI. BiJi.S. general Agent.
hC l'parl street, rw tor.
P. O. Box 1H60. ML
REMOVAL.
THE undersigned herewith respitfnlljr in
forms his customeraand the public gen
erally, that he has removed his store lo Ihe
commodious building
Comer Front and Union Streets,
Where he will continue to nfler a lull stock of
Staple and Kancv iroeeries, Provisions,
LliUors, etc., at the Ia.wwi- Market Katkh,
with lmnroved facllliWa.
Has now on hand nrwl to arrive:
m barrels Flour- various brands;
:is casks Ba.'.in Midi's:
Liu tien-ea. hall b.Ji rels and kegs Lard;
30 hoaci
rsi barrt
.j barr.
i . ,H... . i'.-: ,. S
other articles loo i
i Kerlne.1 s.igAr;
Jit
leu
, Bro
n.erous to ineulion.
etc;
ami
B. EIHMAX,
K. . UAVIM,
C. P. NUKU1.-,
O. H. JCDAH,
J. N. OUVKlt,
U. K. .H.M1TU,
C. C
M VAt"TVi EV1R 11
W. W. TH ATCHKR
W. P. PROl.'DFIT,
W. W. YOlTNtl,
W. R. MIMJKE,
.1. W. JEFFERSON,
PAKTEK.
F. S. DAVIS,
President
NEWTON FORD.
Vice-President.
-
J. M. VARIA1M & SON,
successor to F. taldwln),
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING
ysp- . nagotren,
70 and 72 BOWERY,
Ner Canal St., NEW YORK.
Nos
W
rt woul
votir Ht
NOTICES.
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
pect fully to call
."k of Ciyrfii!,
n The citv. cut In
iTi'mosl fashionable slyle, and made In the
iiest manner, and will be sold at exceedingly
our Youths A?r CitiLmtiw's IHMimrnT,
' s.,n,,.iMie i , ibe moat extensive In tba
".mntTv iinu'nnrl in qnallty and style,
nnd .''oiiiprises a full aaaortmenl of Dresa anil
FiKiisHiwDitrsBTxtST- Weofler In thla
i in.- ii mil aaaortment of ' .eni s t'nderwear.
Iloslery. lov.. Cravats. Ties Shirts, t'm
breilaa, etc. Shirts made to order and nar-
:lnl! U."i!---.. xre .o.,!.l call to
tins department the parllrnlsr attention of
"IT A VINO qua
11
f the last . and Cassim.
O.
angii
Corner Front and Union lit reels.
U'lM und
ileceased, all
his estate are
the Ume req
debted to tht
inaKe Ifun.isl
ba
I
."te itorrlTand will n. P'7 VABIAN 4 fM)iii
I, lfJT ' m mi iiiii.i. .ii . "ii!

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