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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- Til U KSD A Y, SEPTEMBER 9, 1869.
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Vsrrl- "dDeatn. are published as news: ,T !Smn imentary notices of Marrliutes TrtooVe. of Rpeet Obltnarles and Funeral gSSTrr bJcnargedaa other advertlse- sRSak Notice or noOceeaof meeting. of Charitable or Benevolent Societies, will be charged half prtca. arOT.T APPIAI,AdverUaemenU Inserted 8 m tiJsciDAV APraAi. will be charged one . .!?!b. "'l"1- omenta Inserted in the WtkKLT APPIAI. alone, one half of PartT rates, in in uaili " ont. fourth additional to Uailt rates, in ail casea all advertisements are considered , a InaArtiAD SSSXSmmgm occupied byelshtllnea OORItESPONDENCE. -..rresoondence, on Public Event, soliclte itEm2r Prt of the Km wOm. KEATIVO. EXliLISUaCO. MEMPHIS APPEAL THURSDAY M0RN.M-. : i SEPT. 9. :869. NE 1 1 HP-1 PER S. I . AX Ontlie Ht of March last, the closing dav. f what nfp'!r meu comtnie to be iliebuitluArter of the yew, re turns were made 1'V the several nev.sp r eon. enis of this city, show ing the fol low ins result : A...K.I Avalanche 4k, I.I THE JMwawdW of ye-tr-nlay morn- ir.o. ieaks dwKinunnirlv of our cor - lespondent " Witch," who, nevertlu- b-, has been endorsed by it as one ot its very best friends, anl w ho is With out the leat disposition or interest to do it au injury. We think the 4 I (indie should rather thank him for the opportunity he ha afforded, that paper for defining iN position. It ha-thu-i leen led to declare, w hat we be kre believed to be it true view, that 'we regard the law forcing legal ad vert i-mrnt- into Hiiy sjwiflcd paper ns the most infamous outrage of an infamous Legislature, and we hope to see the law repealed at an early day." We are glad that our neighbor has thus spoken out, in concurrence with the Apfkal, the right view ol aa in iquitous law, and called for its reiieal. if, however, itatt law -hould not be repealed, and any one paper -hould be made the sole organ of eompul-ory U-gal advertising thereafter, we have not said or thought the Arolunehr Jsuuld be blamed fcr seeking to be come that organ. We have never con demned the I'oM on that ground. What we have said in our previous, article iu reference to this law wa. that "we might like the ecuniary profits to be derived from It, if we were the participants but we could never bring a reason to justify such a law, or advocate it as admissible on stay public ground whatsoever." What we meant was that we would oppose the shameful law, ami defeat: it if poeHible. Rut not that, if a law remained on the statute books, it would In- dishonorable to publish the advertisements, which must be pub lished in ouc paper or another. We are pleased to find our neighbor con curring with us in a sentiment, to which his attention hasln-eu called by a friend, who only -upposcd it had not been sufficiently and definitely spoken out by the AntJauehe. If any error was committed it was in not Mending the communication to the Aculonehi' itself, where it would iloubth-s have feeii publi-hed and have received the projK-r resjKMi-e. The subjoined article of our neigh ljr, published 'oti after tho passage of this abominable law, was quite suf ficient to preclude any doubt of it- jk tdtlon at for or against it: 'I'm; fAPKit. tiov. Itrownlow, on Vtinesly, Kehruary -"'ith, maile the follou'tnic nomination- tot newspapers wbieh ahoiiUt jHil(j.-U the lewd notn . s : . Una Stat''. a-s tbe re ever a more eor leptaml datituiuK operation attempted? lit this matter ol Ibe pufeltatliojl ol legal notice- all men of every auaih' ot polities re interested, anil yet tlie purs lytic iinln- lle who uow rules the i w: mm j Tei -neaaee, proatitutes his plas ami siwer to make odleial upM of papers (MM Ms tire vifxtkly eireulation does not reaeh a lillio of a single issue of Uon pajs-is V e i ul l mention. Tile lollow ing U the last, and should the JeWiratiiw from !hdhy e'.uiitv allow IM outrage to In" s?rpe!n l ed, hot that we ask it for ouraelvea, we xhall sJtosr the reason for it, in lights so touusi,! tliat tliey will even U- afraid to sneak leIoie a ruro eonventioii. The tloveroor i. .on. .I t lie following papers to pnliiish the legal uotiees in ihis -Osvle: Jonesboro ''lay, 'ireewvi!!'' -Vew I'.ra, Knoxville Whiy, KiUKstU A'.ff J'ritMMimrnn, Athens I'i.si, Mj'Minmii t.l rpnm- , Sbelhyville ii'e ". larks die Put nut. Nashville ... nK4l J ",, aleuiplua llint'i, and the Naali Ville Mus gritxng. TH: attention of our readers j called to iJie report, on our first pare, of the " Life Association of America," on business connect.-1 w ith the estale lishment of whu-h (fen. iiKio.N and deti. Makmaiji kk are at pro-cut in the city. This Life Association ha the merit of being local and uatiooal ; it enjo-s in St. luis. New frleans, Lsouisville and elsewhere the utmost popularity, aud in the brief apace of fifteen mouth has made earuiuK amounting to nearly 2,000,OiX. We will have more to say about thht Com pany in a day or two. Secretary Rawlins, the faithful, true and constant friend of Gen. GKant; the able Adjutant tieneml, the brave soldier, and by ioug ai tbe least partisan and mot able mem ber of the President's cabinet, ha been tailed to rest. la prewcucc of his remains we forget political aud h tioiud diflfTcnce-. We condole with hta fetuiUy aud regret the low to Uie caintry of tbe only man who could be rWiett upors to pr-vent li.rTWKt.i.'x , i,L ,.hvo ,h. M,i,,,inist,a- ri,. tvm .irifti,. t., tho uu-t ex-! tteiiK? RmlletdLuii aod foundeii-ax j Tin: New York. Time has an elii!- Senator Fesskxdkn, former Sw orn te article on the sabjeel of Spain j retary of the Treasury, died yesterday and Cuba. It states that thirty-one j evening at his residence in Portland, .,ioto ar.. iiiriino-in that harbor Me., at half-post ri o'clock. His loss on Spanish account, and infers that they are to be used to suppress the Cuban rebellion. It states, as no se cret, that negotiations are pending with the Madrid Government for an honorable arranirenient with our own, ; likely to be acceptable to both. There are no sijfns of any suspension of hos tilities, while the work on the Hpanisn jrunboate is poshed forward with all the vigor the Spanish resources nere will admit. The Time insists that under these circumstances Spain -hould accept our mediation, and that f she iiersists in equipping the boats, w -houiu eitnenorDiu meiroepanure ,) declare the parties belligerents. This is the Tinted remedy. In other words, it would advise to escape the dirhi ulty by declaring Spain and the t ulian revolters lielligerents, and then permitting Spain to do in our iwn harlwrs what we are contending r. was a crime in ureat Britain to do in the case of the Alabama. " It Ls not seemly for us," says the Time, " to hold the hands of a people strug gling in a cause precisely like that which resulted in the establishment of our own Federal Union, while a trans-Atlantic Government is beating out their brains with weapons sup plied by our own artisans. Flesh and ;lood cannot endure such an outrage jn humanity, and if Spain cannot nee the folly as well as madness of it, our Government must open her eyes." This, from an American Federal au thority, against a Government which Ls hut imitating the ferocity of its own! The New York World denies that these gunboats are to be used for the 'suppression of the rebellion iu Cu ba," and says they have been seized by President Grant "on the aver ment that they are to be used to com mit hostilities against Peru," and that " the exigency of the Peruvian war, in Grant's opinion, demanded tliat he order the boats to be -seiy.ed while they lay upon tjje stocks." This the Government has done, but permitted 1 the painh contractor to proceeu with hi work Will the hoilts when (umpleteii w ith Spanish money, lielong to the l nitod htates or Spain? The World suppose t he in tention to 1 to hand them over for adjudication by the courts when com pleted, and that thus our navy w ill 'jt a tine addition of the best work Messrs. 1;i.amatkk and Ekioon can turn out." The fWi fears that the course of Gka.vt ha crushed the hope of thet'ulmns and compromised our own neutrality. Have the gun boats which lately passed down the Mississippi river, also something to do w ith this matter? W see that our respected towns man, Mr. Jesse F. Bkown, is a can didate for fctatt' Comptroller, an office for which we suppose hiut to be emi nently weil qualified, both for inu rity and in a business point of view. Mr. Uuown lias not only experience in the commisnion business, in which he w as estei-med and highly accept;i ble to his frientls, but also in banking. At the commencement of the war he was eosliU'r ot the Branch Bank of Tennessee at Tftnton, and had its as sets in his sole charge. L'nier the di ractjon of Gov. Harkls, and in com pany w ith tbt Officers and assets of the Memphis and Louisville branches, he removed them to AtheHs, Goorgia, where all the assets of these branches were deposited in the Athens banks miti) October, 180:1. And at that time the whole, comprising the assets of the three branch, were placed under his sole control, and retaining them at that point with great assiduity un til June, MM, he again removed them for safety to Augusta. And he re turned them, every cent, to the State authorities at the close of the wax. Had they remained in his hands to this day jt would have been better for t he State, and t';ey would not have leen lost. We do not lake the iosi tion of his especial advocate before tli Legislature a-;gaint other good men, nordoweknow that he would desire that we should, But we think it M0 improper to mention his name in uou uection w ith the office of Comptroller as a man whose integrity to the State i- well tried. It is expected that the 1uiii i.ni, and Itepublhwu Htate Conventions of N 'v Vork will take sides on tbenero sufTriigt' issue, and that it will be the main subject to be decided in the can vass jn that State. The llnahl says: " Krom id) t)je signs of the day, inclu ding tli" r-ulta iifthc f'alifornia eleo iion, we think it protatit that the ' almighty nigger ' will lw the leading issue iff all the approaching Stale elec tions where tjicre is ;f chance to head tieji. (.1 if A NT ou the Pif(A(iitli .VlJjeiid lot nt, la support of which he Ls ftdiy committed." The wisdom of adopt-' ing that amendment Is denied by ali the LH-nKK-ratic pditiciaus and StaUs, li ttw te atlvocates of SEV.tocu, and ly th oily frjends Southern Con servatives have Uj taly on in the Northern latitude. What c,UaU in mate statesmanship, then, to go agaitfet ihem in Tennessee, adopt the Radical policy, and surrender to the aittatfOfiUU of ourselves svpil our friends! Th4t is the wisdom of new l'ogyLsm in TenneaMsa, The proposed " reunion " atGettys mtn U-; drawn from the pen of a military eritiu a ne.'-t damaging ex hibit of the efleets of tit hlUHder said to have been committed by 8iiku ou ib. jipcond day of the battle. It Is attinued thai it was in retrieving it thai tbe severest losses and perils of tbe day were sustained- A d"lsp tion was manifested to eoiiceal these tiu't", hut tbe waters of tfce Katalysina spring, whit li, with a certaiu book, the "reunion" was intended to ad vertise), are lound wholly liisutticic-ut to wash out the truth, and couceal Hfi.i proved irnisHsible. In tbe 8outl Itoibocrats are for nero VitWnteoUr iKMKiifor sligiitly m: tub UPU tU i. ik . we UJidir- sUiid . Ul awiin w ontxito neifTo 'ft b- undoubtedly uieantthe 'Toivr, I tt suflrae" insteaa oi ine i:mo- natkj party. will be deeply felt by the party of which he was a dintintruished niem ber, and by the people of his State, whom he has served for many years acceptably, and from their stand- point, well Thf. Radical stumpers in Ohio are insisting in favor of the tariff, which hangs like a millstone on their necks, that wine, cigars, silks and other arti cles of luxury have been selected for the highest duties, and raw articles indispensible for our own productions were taxed the lowest. The Buffalo thurier shows the average duties to be on wine and silks sixty per cent, and on cigars ninety. With vbat dama ging effect mast the Philadelphia Age reply that the duties on woolen over coating are one hundred and twenty seven per cent., woolen hosiery one hundred and thirty-two per cent., and blankets from one hundred and forty to three hundred and twelve per cent.! The Radical tariff is a cunningly devised fraud which takes the bread out of the moutlm of the poor, and is a swindle on the wages of labor. Direct taxation takes the dinies, but tariffs take the dollars, from the poor man's pocket. The Northern people are beginning to see and to say that financially " the strength of the South is our strength." They are beginning to look in on themselves aud their chosen adminis tration. They have weighed it and found it wanting. Bomb shells are coming thick ami fast from war Re publicans, and exploding with effect. In hio, the farmers, who constitute the overw helming majority of voters, are beginning to see how they are robbed by tariffs as well as oppressed by taxation for the government of the South and for the support of the " niover." The fall ehftioiLs will show a revolution of. public sentiment throughout the North not less aston ishing than the result in Tennessee, and not less significant of the virtue of a free people iu their " sober second thought." In Logan comity, Ohio, Mr. Piatt, who was not one of the regular -peirker-, seems to have cre ated ipuite a furore by a simple prac tical demonstration, outweighing all the rhetoric of the orators. He was called out by the audience, and struck the key note destined to carry the E county. The Cincinnati Commoner, i"--describing the speech, says: tie lakes up the bushel of wheat, and ec3 shows what becomes ! it, and he strips the disguise clean olf of the in me Mill ket and i lie bitlmirr uj tntiic argument, in which the fanners are told they have such a deep and abiding interest that they can alfVird to beggar themselves and their Wives and children: i. e., part with one third of the product of every acre to pay the ingenious man who does up statistics of profit ami loss for the West anil East, anil that other man just visible in the mist the cotton lord who puts lies into the mouths of other people, but puis money into his own pocket. This in a popular style which went home to the business and bosoms of his hearers. Thank you. Mr. Piatt. Wo will vote for Hayes in a horn. Vmi ))ae satisfied us on that subject. The Detroit Free JtoM gives us the latest news from Mississippi, as fol lows: Conversational. Judge Dent toflrant Can't you support my claims in Missis sippi? Urant to Kent Couldn't possibly; bow it would look ! pent to iJrant Ceneral, do mo the honor to aeeept this box of paper collars: you will find ihem excellent. tJranl to Dent You shall be elected tovernor if tbe whole army apd navy have t( back vou. BOOTS AND SHOES. G000BAR & GiLLILANO, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, 2U1 MAIN 8TREET, WEBSTER BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee. We nre now receiving our fnll sloi'k.the lurgst we have ever offered to the trade. Mkiuiiasts will find It lo their lnleie! tm examine Is-fore buy nig. anll r, U. TKKRV. Wat. B. MIK.'HELI. TERRY & MITCHELL, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in Boots, Shoes and Hats, No. 329 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE fJI R -lock cif ltooTS, Shoes axd Hats. kuiI- hli for the Ium rut rit.vDK, Is com plete. iMid we .ire sell Ina low lo make rfioin ir -iir immense slock of Knll and Whiter G'H.itk. iLltieli we are now recei iiiir. We 'ton 'rade ,f MKKC'i I '.NTs W,V. .uil'l.i.iu r.KK; ,y MITt t i I- I.I EDUCATIONAL PARK AVENUE ACADEMY, W Mil.JSS FlpjM MEMPHIS, Near Memphis ajid C'liaiMatuH RaiireM- rpHE .iTli SKSSION OPl:NH KE!TEMBEH i. I istis. Mini. Mils piepaied for the T'nl ver sify of Virginia or any College. Board from flri lo Sis per month. For circulars apply to H. Wade 4 Co., Tay lor, Radford v Co., or IJr. J. J. Williams, Memplils. W. L. MII.I.ER, M.A., luiglu daw Principal. LaSALETTE ACADEMY, FOR YOuNG LADIES. MTo. J.78 TJalr-ct Wtrqct. 'I'HK Academic Vear oiislsls if ivo seav J. sions of live months; the first comnieni Ing on the Firtt Monday of September, the Stxotid kft Fimt Monday in February. TERMS l'KB SUfStHtW, eYBLK IX AIS . n. K . For Tuition In Ihe English liranencs, 1A. 3l, fr, 3i. according to the age or the class if the pupil For further information apply Ui the Su.riflr of LaSaleltc. Ledger couy. se MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE. Oil) (IfcHOTo STREET. Mrs. M. F Zi I arOKM slid Mrs. Kaxnik P. ! Principal!,. ul lipu WkuxjisDAy, jI,T- ill!.-., biok Igli) Matt I. Jsuv. I and music stiites, u J.A. Shane, Dr. A. Harris, A. G. Harris COTTON FACTORS cfinppa rominigsion Mprhanto benerai commission me .Baut 2fA front Street, Memjilii ST W cormae wurspfve. Mri. tly to the pulling Ot Pleduee. srid IjSlif.l Il..tblllg tty spet-nlatlon. ,.- GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. J. T. FARGASON. C. C. CLAY FARGAS0N& CLAY. Wholesale Grocers, AD COTTON FACTORS, 330 Front Street, Terms Cash. Memphis, Term. lirE are now receiving one of the largest VV and nest selected stocks of goods it has ever been our pleasure to olfer to the trad'-, and lo Brst-ciaas buyers we are prepared to offer inducements that cannot be surpassed. tiOO sacks Rio Coffee all grades : 5O0 barrels Refined Sugar all grades; 50 hhds. Louisiana Sugar all grades; 500 packages Syrups and Molasses all grades ; 100 kegs Knglish Soda; 200 boxes Kngltsh Soda; 1000 packages New Mackerel; 500 packages Virginia Tobacco ; 50 barrels Robinson County Whisky; 100 " Bourbon Whisky ; 100 " Rectified Whisky ; 50 Tennessee White Whisky; 100 boxes Layer Raisins; 50 boxes assorted Nuts; too cases Sardines; 100 cases Brandy Cherries and Peaches. For sale by KAR JASON A CLAY, HeS M Front atreet. CHA-S. C Paktke. H. Fiiank Harbekt. PARTEE & HARBERT, Cotton Factors Axn COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. II Union Street, j MEMPHIS - - TENNESSEE. g 0NHIGNMK3T8 respeeti'uily solicited, L npon which liberal Cash Advances will be made. All Cotton consigned to us insured, unless oUlerwise instructed. A full supply of BuitcinK, Rope and Ties constantly on hand. Careful attention given to rilling orders of every kind. We have secured the services of an ex perienced cotton insn to (five especial atten tion to weighing and sampling. PAHTEE HARBERT. CO S JO Is a. E 03 o o 3 if) CO a: UJ Li. O X LU UJ cc I CO CO E E I - - B CO - CO DC Ul 03 CO o CM CO QC UJ o o oe CD o : Bat . o o en o ' o o o M. L. M K.vt II a.h. A, C. Thkadwki.i.. Meacham & Treadwell, Wholesale Grocers COTTON FACTORS, NO. 7 UNION STREET, Stonewall Block. - Memphis, Tenn. " B m e now receiviiii; a complete and enre- fUlly selected stock of URXX 'iKl I-.s. Our BOuds were sblppeil at very low rates of ii e."ht, ami we oirer ihem to the trade at low prices, (.'all and examine. Special attention given to Ihe sale of i 'otton, and consignments solicited. seodAw V) CO r- Z X o cd ut Z O CO CO i o o z 3 o cd o a ; en h aj 33 s " S o -t li. oo o ro 3 I X a a- 3J i CD o J CD NEWTON FORD & CO., AVIIOLESALK Grocers, Cotton Factors I and COMMISSION MERCHANTS 17 UNION STREET, Lee Block sel; dtiw" Memphis. Tenn. A. Sadler. J. H. KiMitB. SADLER. FISHER & CO.. Grocers, Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 40 Madison Street. MfinpJiis, : : : Teunesset'. ronsian ments of C'ott on a nil oilier t'ou n try Fnlu Solicited. Alwnys on haiul a eomplele ussorlmeiit of Plantation Supplies, ISuKlnc, Itope and Tie. set uaw Ep. . 'i'YLwif, Wm. C. Rutlasb, Of liolx Co., Mlas. -ijf LieSoto Co., i Iks. TAYLOR 8l RUTLAND, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Grocers, Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS NQ 304 FRONT STREET, Mosfoy and Hunt's Block, - MmhimIiw. 9T Conaigtiioenta solloltod. augU w. w. any. i. u. u i.Kl.i in. t. r. paka. B. W. M CI.KL.LAIf. GUY, M'CLELLAN L CO.. WHOLESAI.K GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND fctr'i Commission Merchants, No. '4 FRQNT STREET, Bel. Washington and Adanm, Meinphl,enn COTTON FACTORS. S. H. NELSOK. J Ml. K. TITUS, NELSON & TITUS, Cotton Factors, AXIj Commission Merchants, No. 10 Jefferson Street, MEMPHIS, .... TENNEHHEE. 11 "E are successors to the old firm ot Titus t Co.. and would be pleased to bave their old customers continue their business with us. We also solicit a sharp of the bust iiHssoftliu Planters of the Suuth. All Cot ton consigned to us insured, unless otherwise illreeleo. UAW mu:.'. R. D. Jones, Hardeman Co., Tun. W. O. L. A OA MS. Bolivar, Tenn. JONES & ADAMS, Cotton TP . c t o ii ASD Commission Merchants, Xo. I! FRONT ST R KET, CP-STAIRS, MKMPHlri, TENNESSEE. r- ConMunments of Cotton and other Pro duce respectfully solicited. aiutf W. L. HTXWAjrr. J. H. SsILI.KHN. OfShelliy c o . Tenn. f.atc Madison to., Tedn. STEWART & SKILLERN. Cotton Factors AtfD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. :m KRON'T STREET. Memphis, Tennessee. r will attend promptly to the sule of Cot ton ami Prislnce. and 1111 orders for supplies tor customers. sob W. B. & E. B. CRISMAN COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 226 FRQNT STREET, Q9WrS, - - - MemphU, le.nn Liberal Advances mude on Consign ments. J. II. UOODLKTT, Al the Desk. aul7 Uw J.'J. OOL'tiHEKTY, General Agent J. J. BAWLINQS. I. h. WEBH. J. I.. RAWUNUB J. J. RAWLINCS 8l CO., COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. -2TA FRONT ST., VP-STAinn, - - MEMPHIS, TESSESXEK. r We will Sell all Country Produce Con- SlUlle'f to us. arWc have obtained the services of Mr THOS. B. NOKMENT, an old and experienced i. niton man to assist us in thesaiesoi t oiion Mr. Norment is well kmiwu to the most o CotUu raisers In this vicinity, and he would be pleaded to ir alibis old lrichils anu cus tomers at our omce. jn E. B. Weiiiif.ii, Fayette Co., Tenn. John W. Wkhiiku. r"aette Co., Tenn E. B. WEBBER 8l BRO., COTTON FACTORS AND - Gen! Commission Merchants. Ii30 Front St., Momphia, TVnii. MssTOwntl,nmfilltM lf CbCtOB wllritotl. Lil eral ml vanoen tnntlfon coii-iiKtiniHiitM In Htore HiieginK, Itope HOil Plantation Snppllw, ivtr ntotod ut the lowest niarkfi raten. aaSLi OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS. TRADERS, COTTON FACTORS AND C 0 M M 1 8 S I O X M ERCHA NTS, No. :S24 Front Street, (t ONSI ( J N M E NTS lo us by river insureil in j our open policy. Orders promptly filled, and liberal ei; .h ad vanees m proiiuce. A con tinual increase of our business N the best evi dence of ai isfaeiion given. He! dw a. a. MM w. J.TBfiWN. JONES, BROWN & CO.. COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, 278 FRONT STKEKT, KKMPHIM, TENN. I F I art' NMtobted Uix paHt iavtrr. and trust, y with our toor d fiwilitiw to b1 ttblf, in all rtpfcots. to gftvl Matirttnctiou tu our vmh tomera. Liueral itTMlinf madf on (MtiHiKn nientu, and onlers fllU d at t tie twst market rates. Uetjular coniiiiiHaionM eharyed. lon MiiiKmiients by river or in store in sured nnit sh uihei wise iiiwlrueted. Having WHr own Htorane this t,etvQn, anl thereby giving our personal attention to handling cottoii, we ran assnre correei weights. Con sign ineijts SAiJiciUfU. aiitfJK-daw JOSKiH, HHOWM fc CO, W. II. OOOPLKTT. J. K. GOO PL KIT COODLETT 8l CO., COTTON FACTORS AN1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 282 Front Street, Over J. K. Frank's, - Memphis, Tenn. sVCnuslgnmenls solic ited. Magging, Hope uud Tii-H furnished customers. aulsdAW TD. II. Townscnd, COTTON FACTOR AUD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 256 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TKXXKsSEE. ' liagglns, Hope and Ties furnished eus lomers. anglbdir JOSEPH H. BLACK. Late ol Mayoille, K. 8. M. BLACK Lale Black. Camron & Co.. Mtsaphia. Tenn. BLACK, BRO. &, CO., Cotton Factors and ?,M!f S,N M'RCNPTf t'OR 'he sale of Grain, Flour, Beef, Pork, Bacon. Huv. Corn, Uats, Bran, Potatoes aud Western Produce generally. 2H Front Street, bet. Madison and Monroe MEMPHIS. TKNN. lei! j. Xi. V e n. s n, COTTON FACTOR A.1D COMMISSION MERCHANT, 314 Frpnt Street, ellLilis, : : : Teunesseti. BnHi! and Tlf;s fuinlslietf Iu cuslo7 Ui cusli e.l d niers ai. lowest inarRei rui.is. J. M. Patrick. M. M. Patrick. 1. M. PATRICK & CO.. Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2M Front St., Memphis, Tenn. BAG! i I NO and Ties furnished customers, and liberal advance made on consign ments ef Coflon and other Prxiueesent usi'or sale, aeldAWJ J. M. PATRICK CO. CHARLES H. D0RI0N. Jr., Lute of Mosby Dorlon, Cotton Factor, Over 304 Front Street, ExrHitf, : : : Tk.nsksssk, In same room occupied by Mpsby A porton. miKliinK, Ties and Supplies fnrnlshed t-j customers. C'onsigi si ore t overetl by Iss wise ordereiK and hi ifm other M dsfcw l. S. Kmtks. BLACK, ESTES Sl CO., Successors to Horton, Estes t Co., C0TT0H FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. H Monroe St, Memphis, Tenn. i-orisianrnenti of Cotton. Tobacco and Grain solicited. Baaglug. Hope and all Sup- plies furnished at tlie lowest rates. Liberal (ash a.1vaneements made on Cottpn In stora 01 fn ITups!, sel INSURANCE. 310,000 For 0XO emium when the Classes are Complete, which are now being rapidly filled up. MASONIC MUTUAL Life Assurance Association. OF MEMPHIS. OFFICE NO. FRONT ROW. OFFICERS. I). C. TRADER, President. II. M. HAtiAN Secretary. 11. O. TRADER. Treasurer. Board of Directors. Hon. P. T. ScRCons, of Scenms Duncan. A. Vaccabo. Eso.. of A. Vaccaro A i o. J. 8. Htaxtos, Es4., of Stanton A Moore. A. Hatchktt, Ksu.,01 BUhiiy iiHirnett. En. I'ickktt, Jr.. Esq., of Messlck A Pickett. A DV AJITAO KS. The ad van I a ires ol litis As- sfielation over ordinary Life Insurance Com- punlesare: No panics ea 11 oreaK it; tne lees are so smell, and required to be paid at su(h lonif intervals, that any man can secure to Ins lauuly a competency upon his death, auudaw PLANTERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., Office: Cor. Madison and Second. J. G. LONSDALE. President. D. H. T0WN3EN0, Vice-President. WALTER A. GOODMAN. Secretary. J. G. LONSDALE, Jr , Ass t Secretary. MRECTOR.S : D. H. TowxsEsin, J. U. lAJNMnAI.K. (j. V. Kambaut, I). T. 1'oiirEK. C. W. Goyki;, A. V'accako. J.J. Brsnv. E. Mkvkk. B. K. Mc.NfTT, J. F. Fka.mc, II. F. HasUDUT, JtC Neei.v. M. J. WH KM, E. J. Tavlok, N. R. Sl.KISiK. Tills ( ompany is prepared to do 11 general Kile aim Marine I5usnies. ainjs HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, OFFICE : No. 17 MADISON STREET. S. H. DUNSCQMB, President. BEN MAY. Secretary. W. B. GALBREATH, Vice-President F. M. NELSON, Ass't Secretary DIRECTORS : S. II. Df'NSCOMB, JOE Bltl'CK, E. F. HI.sK. W. B. i.AI.IIREATH, R. H. JONKH, A. VACCARti, U. U. TOWNSEXD, LUI'IH UANAl'ER, N. FONTAINE. lySTRKS AUAiy.ST LOSS by fire, ma JylO mm A.VD RIVER RISKS. MEDICAL. DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSARY. TffK I.AnOEST AND DLDfXT INSTIT1 TION OF THE KJND IN TOM BOOTS W M , ESTABLISHED NINE YEARS And tin-only reliable plaee for the Cure of Private Diseases. Dr. RUBHELL, No. 42 North Court Street, northstdeof Conn Square, Memphis, Tenn, ls aekuowledged by ail parties interested as by far The Most Successful Physician IN the treatment of Private and secret dN eaaes. tuick, tliorongh and permanent cures guaranteed In every case, male or fe male, tveeent cases or sjinmnrrnea or rypni lis cured in a few days, without the une o juereurv. change of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary Syphilis, tbe hunt vestige erauiCMieii wiiuom me use ot mercury. ui ferers from I in potency. r loss of Sexual Power, restored to free vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or Uhonorrhea of Ion standing, when all internal remedies have failed, permanent ly and speedily cured by a new treatment. Victims of self-abuse and exceasive venery sullerimi from snerniatorrh'Mi and toss i nhv- sical and no ntal power, speedily and perma nently eured. M" All cinHUttutious strictly oonlldentiaL-Vsj -fvorllce hours trom 9 a.in. to 1p.m., and 2 to H p.m. DR. J. B. RrssEI.I.. Consulting Physician. L. O. WARRAN". Secretary. Treaties on Cbronle Diseases furnished free on application. ap!5 d.mg FOR SALE. FOR SALE. 6 ACRES OF CHOICE LAND, FIVE ) miles east of the Hy. on tin-chnr'. rd turnpike, three-quarters of a milei'i'nn tin ML and C. It. R. weil iniprovtsl: an ahuud aio-e of larue aud small trull ; one-third of the place under limber; has peculiar advant- att-N tor iiotr si-t :n' and dairy busiiit-ss- would sell the KTvWtag crop and K3T4 possession iin- uieitiaicly. Icruirt easy. Ajiplv to DUNOHO, JOY A CO., Real r-.-: i - lirokers, amrTfl Madison Street TRANSPORTATION. QUICK TIME EAST!! Louisviile Route Always Ahead SUMMER "SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS WILL Ki n A3 fO LLOWSO.f TUB Memphis and Louisviile Railroad Line: Leave Memphis (city time) .1:15 a.ni. 1:45 p.m. Leave Memphis InulroaU time l:fa.ni. .1:00 p.m. Morning train from Memphis wim not run on SuiMlity. Leave Memphis, R. R.Tlme.4 :00 aim. ):(p.m. Arrive at Naashvlllc .11 :V am. 5:1Ua.m. s:.-..plng Cars ou Evening Tl-slil from Mem phis to Louisville and Memphis t Nashville. Through Tickets at Reduced Rates Can be prrs-nreil at theCoinpanyofflre,2T7 1-2 Main street, anil at Depot, head ft Mam si. auTBaggage Cheeked ut Uepa'. or by the Memphis Cftv Transfer Company; at Hotels, Private Residences, or on Isjaril boats, to ail principal points East and Nortti SAM. B. JONES, Supt. Skll Howkli.. Paasenger Age it. my 14 SPORTING RIFLES. MAYNARD SPORTING RIFLES. Whaf Is said of them by those who know. EDO IF ' Bil Rifles I prefe. fSMsvssraa the uv). tUrnixM bv-Rt r. VV. if. H. MURUAY. ' One of tho part dors has purchased a Maynard aud Ihe other a ' Bal tard' for the pur pose of compari son, a test which will be greatly to the advaitaae ot tiie ' May -nartl. "-H. W. S. CLKVitLAfD. aothor of Uml. to Rirtrmen. Chicago. 1.7. IIW8 -The Maynard' fills in; idea of a rifle to perfection. It la the mast correct shootlug gun I ever saw. This p.nu I PU m conseetn live shots in a paper fou by tlve inches, and all but two within oueiol eeaUir.dlstouc lortyroda." Rllle 2 iiu , iVH. Rattle Creek. Mich , Mfr fT. IW. ' i.,ri,.tiv Cireularfflth price list and Target ReprosenllousJentcn recaa,. Ad dress i.y-St Uw ifflieope. Kails. M The Brunswick eaport Appeal. ewspuper. pulillshil A every Sutnr.liiy. atf'; iitip itint seaport of firiuiSwiek, (.la. r.al new inlpartfally & nsnori progressive. Ireso clminfcled. Yearly mbteriptton.. .$m: month Thrre months 2 'i Adverlising rsAss If A i wires T. F. SMITH. Brunswlek, ua. sep2 HcmovaL IOHN O. SCHMIDT, Loch, and Ouirsmltli. hu r.niuved troii Se-roud (.free! o. .. j- Monroe, between Main and Second Htroets. Opensand repairs brt2ur and a e-proof safes. He also repairs iocs 01 al! desci Iptloiis, kuds. , pistols and sewlnj maciilnea. Longexpei l- i ence In his branci of business win Insure sstUfaetlon to Ills imtmns. natfiti j CAROLINA LIFE OF MEMPHIS, M. J. WICKS. President. W. F. BOYLE. Secretary Assets over ::::::: $600,000 00 Annual Income over : : : : 500.000 00 tor It Is with mnch pleasure the Manager- of this Company tender to its Policy Holders and the public their congratulations on ItssureMM for the past two yrara, its present . '.mil lion anil future prospects. Policies issued on all Ihe Improved plans of Life Insurance. We refer the general public to our policy hoi. lei -. C. ID. BTJIiS TiKY. Special Agent. Z ? CO - - cs X ft E - Z 5 - 5 2 9 i I 5 - j a a. CO s aa sw -r - CD CD f 5 M -r -r n 7 3 2 5.. x K 5 Z. x r I 1 5 I i i I co r" y I -o 5 23 4 i3l 2 S CD CO CO 3 2. co Mr CD . " " 5 HIDES AND LEATHER. ASHBROOK & WHITE. Successor lo (Iko. Phillku A Co., DE.VJ.ERSIN Hides and Peltries Highest Cash MMh Pnid for Hides, Furs, Deer Skins. Beeswax. Tallow, Wool, Etc. Constantly on Coii-.irrnment, Harness. Bridle. Skirting and Sole Leather. ADAMS STREET. Between Front How anil Water St., sel MEMPHIS, TENN. BANKS AND BANKING. UNION & PLANTERS BANK OF MEMPHIS. Authorized Capital, - $1,000,000 Subscribed Capital, 671.300 Sixty ptro ul 1 he .suboiib'I Capital Stock will in 1 al coinun ihh tnent, unit priviUHe retained ot culling thu hal auet) within four tnouUia. Will open to do a GeoeraJ Bankiui; Huirtw on SErTEMUER X, I860 At No. 16 Madison Street, 'mil compltinn of their new Building at No. II Mudissan Street. W 1'ronipt .tueiiliou siret) to Collection and Remittances, as New foils Exchange now for sale. DIRECTORS : Wm. M. Fakbinoto-n, of Mempliis, Tenn. J. J. H i i ni, -. C. B. CIIL'LXH. " " John JoH-nkuN, " " ft W. Uo KK. " " Wm. H. ' . in km. . 'v, W. B. Oalbiusath, " ' Napoi.eo.n Mil-.. " ' A. VaC'CAHO, a Jimf.pu Bruce, " " Z. N. KsTfi. M. L. v i. . ii km " " Wm. A. W ili.i ambon, of Somerville, ' Jas. A. Rouokbs, of Brownsville, " Nathan aiia.ms, ol Stanton In ih.i, OFFICERS: Wm. M. Farrington. President. W. A. Williamson, Vice President. S. P. Read. Cashier. ug-l BAIMKINC HOUSE MEMPHIS LIFE And Gen t Insurance Company, Cor. Front and Madison Sta., D. B. M0LL0Y, President. au8 FERDINAND M0LL0Y, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS: B. EIKMAN, . B.DAVIX, o. p. yotiki, G. H. .It'FVAH, .1. S. '. C. r. HMITH. N K VT i.f FORI). W. W. 1 HA'n HKR W. P: PKOI'BKiT, W. W. TOTJQ, C. C. P F. S. DAVIS, President NEWTON FpRD. Vice-President NOTICES. EXECUTOR S NOTICE. SO qnaline.1 as Executor of the last .1 . .11 ..uru,i.s havlua culms gainst 111 and Testament 01 wmie rx. uuiufii, hi. eaute are notined to present them within the time reoulrl by law. A, I persons in- debted to the rate win come torwaru an j niake immediate settleiuent. I B- M. APPbRHON. Exeetjtor. Memphis, lb August, US. ! v s : I 2 f I D z z 5 INSURANCE CO. TENNESSEE. J. T. PETTIT. Vice-President. J. H. E0M0N0S0N. General Agent. B. I. WHITE. Jr., State Agent for Tenn. CO ro ro cn m BBBB.S z- m i' i co a ro CO sas M i CO HARDWARE. COTTON GINS ! ALLISON BROS., SOLE AGENTS FOR E. CARVER & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HARDWARE IRON, GUNS. CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. PLANTERS or merchants deigning to pnr chaee Oin stands will d well to bear In mind tliat w. VKH Jt CO.'S" iges, make them more leryears, when, as now, !- Jj NOTICE. HK rojKirtnt'n.h. tiiT-iofore xtstlny nn- 1 der the nam of MiuMHs fc CO.. han bMn reuewwl hi.1 cntinuel. unIer the atl Btrte r( Mr 'uni-is. Krih r ByrnH. I ' MJcCOMBS, KELLER & BYRNES 322 1-2 and 324 Main Street, M KM I'll is, TENN., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUXS, Agricultural Implements. Etc. EAGLE COTTON GINS. We an- MM HIp jfnU for tb Ml Of tkcn uniiviiled Uin WjuuIh. Kor leaut; of staple. IiHitluess . draft, .md QUiiiitjTy of lint CQtToU Furm-d out p4r day. tney an onsurpajweil, Kicreni" can he nafely mndc to -viry piain er who tins Kivtii them .'i tair trial. Where muh power is uned, they make a saving of fro Hi ooe-oiitirter to onv-ihird tbe draft over any other liin. WE ARK aUSO AO tNTS FO& Bali Fire and Burglar proof Salaa; National Plow Co. 'a, Calhoun aud other Plows ; Wheeler, Madden AOemwin't nrmlar Nb; l Labelle Nail Works, Wheeling. Va; strHubsSingie and Iouble-bsre4rUL Mills; Kairhank'n It. R. and Warehouse Scales. Jyll NEW YORK. The Pores'-. Bst and Cheapest Ml.l BV V. 1. t.KIMKKo. z THE MISSISQUOI POWDER VCTTJALLY cures Cancer ami Scrofulous (llsea&ea of the Skin. See Report to L. 1. Meilieal Siieiety. in. I stitementi. to Pftyiilelaus In clrrnlar, seiit free on pplleati(n to lie Pearl street. New York. p. o. Box ttm. if7 J. IVT. VARIAN Sl SON, i..Snccessors to F. B. Baldwin), CLOTHING AND FURNISHING WABKHOTJ9B. Nos. 70 and 72 BOWERY, ' car Canal St., NEW YORK. urE woold ler lerrre r. spectftilly t call yonratlention to our stkoI-Jtl, -.rhifh i?t out- -I i lie .arut . n ne .!, cut (n ?he moat fldiionaUe Hly ie, and made iu tbe rs; iiianisT. u:.i wi.i ue iu iu en .ruum j low pri Our Y now oo THS INI) ' H t I.UHKN's pKl VRTVINT, 21 and CMIM assortment luuira in wis We feel sanguis mast certainly see tney ui w pit"" m )j3 norm Vena,