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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 18Ba
j jj IPXJBUOi 1 Started y lilis Stent Bi dole of tbe j We now liear of the Manchester HIDES AND LEATHER. 1KRMS OF Sl'lWCitliTION ue year one yeer.. 5 50 Daily am srM.v Ai i iiL.imfywr N Wir.m.v ArfiAU oat yur - J.1 Wi kki.i Ai-pkal. iii clubs or (wo.. SOS D.u.v. detreereu !u city by Carrier, s v, '-. nsri.Ts MT WPCK 2 Smtb tii I.udlcal party. rnii mills contemplating a transfer tothe t ii- present Iiegislnture will probe thp E;i-t Indies and of the mills " the ..--l - ; f i;i:iitfr to I he liottoin. without ft-nr or north of France iit.nti tin- eve of re-I ASHKKtillK ft WH lit. favor, ami lay liare to the pulilic g:i.i- tnoval to the houth of that country, every man and fact connected and on account f the greater prospective implicated with it. Let nothing be. hid and none guilty go unpunished. Let the 8 x fall. J KATES OF ADVERTISING: Minl-mi iircrtiwijt'nt. Brat Insertion, fl; "i i uLwcuutnt t.aortiou 50 cent per Pi-timt r In Wart or Reut colomn. It' iiblc polnmn t4lv.riiementi ft percent. . f.mrtii pae, 2U centa per line nd ptge. 15 ctnt per lluceiu-b iliirtl page, 10 cvnte per Urn t t ; .-. n nt. IBlor flrnt, ami 94 for n.'!ii luscied at lnt'-r u. t i is par vetiU adkilttaiu: it proper- najOnndiflaias Tor Rale, 'cmnty and :MrntM?K. '. eftch, i !w pail In ad- , will I cuiCiif-l oluer advertiMf- !. of mrttln Lit tooiuetlm. neots lu.erti-d be charged out rEAL W Advertisement iuserti-ii m il alone, one half il ota Daily and Vuiu, r! iK-mruu an- considered occupied by eight lint CORRESPONDENCE. Correspondence, on Mil Kvcm. solicited from every part of the rnltcl istsree. KKATifc'tJ. ENOLISH 4 CO. HEIPM1S APPEAL F. A. TYLKlt. - - Editor. THURSDAY htORNINC NOV. 4, 1269. At the late State Fair at Nashville, it is statinl that the mineral resources of the State gained a large share ol at tention. The report of Col. Morgan, Superintendent of Minerals, pro nounces this State unsurpassed in tie it richness and variety. The nfka i liieiis of grea'.it interest were those of copper ores, and pure in bars, cakes and inguts. There are two companies which produce amiually two million pounds of copjier refined lor use. l iron, that from the C:anlerry Mineol East Tpinessee w-i- most remarkable .iiid pronounced capable of produe ing the best ipiality of wrought iron really for use without lieing first made llsto pig iron and then reiined. The samples limn the Swift Ore .Mine of Benton county were pronounced most beautiful as cabinet specimens and for a variety of colors. Not less than twelve thousand tons are annually shipped from this mine to Kt. 1 .-.i;;-and t'ovington, competing with the Iron Mountain ores and those from Lake 8ujerior. The specimens of coal and cement on exhibition are very highly sjioken of by the superinten dent, whose report i full of interest, and should be u idely circulated as cal culated to attract capital to the State if ;.ri in rally circulated. When we ob tain a copy we shall make further hientiuti of this subject. accessibility to the outcoming exports of the (Suez canal. For similar rea sons is Northern capital moving Southward, and inaugurating its ope rations in the heart of the great cotton-producing region. It may not surprise us, iudeao find at no dis tant day the Lowells of New Eng land built, immensely greater, upon the soil ol the South, and the spin dles of the Merrimac transferred to the more prolific and congenial rivers of the Gulf States. The Chicago Titnts says: " It is the opinion of Andkkw Johnson that the disfranchised citizens of Tennes see are a part of the people, and pos sess a right inherent, unassailable and inalienable, io vote in the election for delegates to the lorthcoming Constitu tional Convention. The Legislature hesitated upon this question, whereby we are forced to a doubt of that unal loyed and one-minded patriotism which we have heretofore been dis posed to attribute to this legislative body.-' A dispatch to the Cincinnati Cott m ' .i says: At the close of the war the iovernment sold to certain rail roads in East Tennessee an amount of rolling slock ami supplies. These Successors I - 1 no. I'iiillee 4 Co., DKalkbs IN Hides and Peltries Highest Cas-h Prices Paid for Hides, Furs, Deer Skins, Beeswax, Tallow, Wool, Etc. Constantly on Consignment, Harness, Bridle, Skirting and Sole Leather, ADAMS STREET, Between Front Row and Water St., sel MEMPHIS, TENN. COTTON FACTORS. THOMAS TROUT & SONS. COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 204 Front Street, M ; M i'll is. - - TEXNr.-J.sKi:. aw Liberal advances made on consign ments of Cottou to our correspondent, SpBAoi.K. Socle A Co . Hon ton Wn.i.tAX, HikmiI Co., New York; MiiHUEeAi Co., Kaltlmm.-; II. Huax A Ko.ia. Phlladelprila. or:il J. H. HKIU.BJUf. Lat4! MadUon Co., Tenn. HARDWARE. INSURANCE. W. U HTKWA11T, OtHlielby Co., Tenn, STEWART & SKILLERN, Cotton Facto i- -A5D- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 3UU miT STREET, MeinnbW, Tenm I). U. THOMAM. B. E. UKOsS THOMAS & GROSS MANUFACTRUEttS OF LEATHER - will attend promptly to the nale of Cot Ion ami Produce, and liU orders for tupnUi-H for customers. SHANE, HARRIS & CO., COTTON FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants '2b Front Street, Memphis. r We confine o an-elves strictly to the selllnu of Produce, and haxard nothing by speculalion. ws R. W. Pi-n, late or Eaatport, Mixa. J. OL TEBJtv, late of Ileuderson, Terry it Co., New Orleans. PRICE &l TERRY, Cotton Factors COTTON GINS ! ALLISON BROS., HOLE AGENTS FOR E. CARVER & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HARDWARE IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, PEOPLE'S lr SURANCE COMPANY OFFICE : 16 MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. M. J. WICKS. President. W. F. BOYLE, Secretary Assets over TAKES Fire, Marine and River Risks. Annual Income Over J. T. PETTIT, Vice-President. J. H. EDM0NDS0N, General Agent : : $600,000 oo : : : 500,000 00 CAPITAL STOCK, $300,000 00 ASSETS : Cash Assets, Stockholders Notes Secured, $179,182 12 I50.Q00 00 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. nUIRM or mer 1 ch s d.-'.lsrnlnz to oar- hase (On StaniH will do well to bear in ralr.J that we iin-A-l- A riti lor "K. I'AIt VER A 00 s - I MfHOV MJD OOTTOB sum. The unequaled beauty of the staple of cotton ginned on Ihi-se well known (iin Stands, the lightness of their Improved running gear, In creased yield or lint, and many other ac knowledged (vantage, inuke them more desirable than in formeryeara, when, as now, they were the uvorite. Jytt $329,182 12 No Liabilities whatever, except sjmm necessary to Reinsure Outstanding Risks, say $25,000 00. W.B.GREEWLAwTTaMES ELDER, President. Vice-Pres't. J. A. SIMMONS, Sec y. DIRECTORS: I W. B. lOUCkXIW, W. M. FARBfXOTOW, 1 JaximKSMx C. W. Ootek, ! joh mPr-.---.JK.. n h. Bti-n, im-m "Ki-i;k.sk Maokv-hky. It la with much pleasure and the public their cungratula tlon and future prospects. Pnllc refer the genera! public to our p. n. 13. bulk: SpociAl Ace nt Managers of this Company tender to Its Policy Holders i on Its success for the past two years. Its present condl "sued on all the Improved plana ol Life Insurance. We B. I. WHITE, Jr., Stato Agent for Torn BOOTS AND SHOES. GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. 3 AND DEALERS IN Against the East Tenuessee and Ueor- os amount to the following sorns: I pofhpr fw Shflfi F infllil S COMMISSION MtRCHANITS Ca J V ill W WS S WV " W ' " w-w w - . No. 9 Union Streets, G00DBAR & GILLILAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in WM. M. rAJilSliTij.V. HKXBY B. BOWD.L )A Tin: "saeretl school fund," under tin- direction of ex-Oov. Harris, and during the war in EtMBga of our towns niau JlissE F. Itliuwx, almost intact, was returned to the keeping of Gov. Bkuw.nlow and the Comptroller, and remained safely in their hands lor a number of months. But, for the benclit nf a few manipulators of the Kndieal party, it was taken by the Legislature out of the hands of the legal custodians, and given over to Butter, w ho was supposed to be easy of access for loans. When the un souud condition of his bank IM0MM known, or su-pei-ted in December, i'', a res.iluti.in of the Senate com pelled the Suite Treasurer to report what had lieen done with the money, and drew forih Mi statement that the " 7-;J0 United .tutes struriths be longing to the schti'il fund, together with the accrued intere.-i thereon, are on Aapotat in the Tennessee National Bitnk of Memphis, and are return able to the Treasurer, a- Superintend ent of Public In t mi Hon, in bonds of the i-ame series." Three days after ward Browxiiw sent in a message bnritisa "early and vigilant atten tion to this subject," but saying :ds?y " I intend no reflection on the bank, aall bank-- have a right to borrow and loan money in their legitimate i;-er.i : thus consenting to what had been done in loaning to I he bank, and to what the bank had done in pu;:i::g the stole to risk by its use 0f the money, lie censured noiody only -aid "there were three national baak in this i iry, with which it couid have beta divMe-l out; but it is for you, getjtlem money over to look ar.-r its safety. ' The L Mature then authoriz.-d t:ie 1 1 ,-rnor to Uke measures for Ha r eovery, Msd he sent BMHBI and Sri Mr, oft ho Senate, and Elli ott .uud Norm ax, of the House, to Meujpbi-, t., reepvef and bring the '-.u-r,-,! fu..d'" b;u-.; to Nashville. The Committee, DeaBtoktB 15, KG6, re pwctod that they had presented the Treasurer's draits on the Tennessee National Bank for the amount de poritod, and were met by the Pre-i- Ix our local columns an account ap pears of another negro foundling hav ing Ik-ch discovered on a doorstep in the city. Few African children are now burn, compared with the numler of whites, which they formerly ex ceeded. A far larger proportion than ever before, now die from neglect or abuse, and tbe addition of foundlings, of which the number is growing, is a new feature of the case. The race is fast dwindling away. The predictions o! South. rn philanthropists are veri fied. Abolition is an accomplished fact; tin- liureau charities are about i i.yIimikI. iI ,rwl the efTeet is u hat is to be expected from teaching men to live on charity idleness, vice, crime and death! Lai the poor African. Skins, Tanners' and Curriers' ' Tools, Tanners' Oils, Etc., 366 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. "Cash paid for Hides and Leather tn tbe He 19 DISPENSARY. gia liaiiroad Company, f.-i.vi.iKto; Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip against the I-.a-t 'icnuessce anu lr ginia Bailroad Company, $-!oO,ljW. The roads claim from the Government for rolling stock and material turned over, and for the use and occupation of the roads by Government from 1S0J to ISoo, as follows : Bart Tenuessee and Georgia Bailroad about $700,000; Ea-t Tennesseeand Virginia Bailroad, u.VI,0JO. The Government, to secure it- laims, began suit in the Unite1 States Court at Knoxville, by tiling bills in chancery, and praying for the appointment of B:,eeivers, and an in junction. The motion for injunction and Beeeivers will be argued before Judge Swavxi: in this city on Thurs- day. The case will be argued for the j Guvcrnment by Stanley Matthews ! and Aauox F. Perry, of Cincinnati, and District Attorney Cam;', of Knox ville; and for the railroads by Colonel i Jonx Baxter and Thomas A. R. Nelsox and A.J. Hicks. Over Meuchain Treadwell's, MEMPHIS, - - - - TENNESSE. ae5. E. B.WKBUEK. Fayette Co., Tenn. Jons W. Wehrkk, Fayette Co., Tenn. ORLEANS INFIRMARY, 142 CANAL STREET, E. B. WEBBER Sl BRO., COTTON FACTORS AND Gen'l Commission Merchants, IStO Front St., Memphis, Tenn. WConsUnmcnt of Cotton solicited. Lib eral advance iuudcon consignments tn store Bugging, Kope and I'lantattoo huppliee fur nished at the lowest market rates atrj4 FARRINGTON & HOWELL. BOOTS AND SHOIS Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street, Corner of Court. HATS AND CAPS, MAIN STREET. WEBSTER BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee. We are now receiving our fall stock, the largest we have ever offered to the trade. Mkri iiantm will find it to their Interest to examine before buying. angtl M EM PHIS, TENN. or business In onr new ruber, arid will have a -nMuppues to meet the ICSEPH H. BLACK. Lit ol vs.,i:e. Kr. NEW ORLKANS. LOl LSI ANA. ItlNDUtTEl) 1!Y Some of the Northern papers ex press a doubt as to the correctness of the .statemeut going the rounds of the press that President Uraxt supports Al corn for Cover nor of Mississippi. It is so extremely improper that he should express any opinion on the subject, that it may well turn out that he has had the discretion to withhold an opinion. Au dkn was an original sees.-ionist, and Bext is said to be " brother-in-law to the Government of the United States!" As Mississippi o! ys orders, it may naturally inquire which Side the President is on, and whether the Government is on the same side. It may be regarded a- indicative of the failure of the NVth Amendment that the Badicals have made the dis covery that they can do without it. Their Chicago platform proposed ne gro suffrage only for the rebellious States, reserving the right of the Northern States to adjust that matter for themselves."" The current of pub lic opinion seems to lie turning against negro suffrage for the North. Drs. Choppin. C. Beard. Brickell and Bruns. ' Thit Inftitutim ix nu,r Open for the Treatment qf MmMml find S'urffkttl Hieae. DR. SAMUEL CHOPPIN, (JenorsI Surgery. .nd Diiwres of the Roe torn, i i Urethra; i .r . .ri- for Ief(rniitir-. Mich as I mlt-foot, Hare-Hp. Cleft-palate, etc, DR. C. BEARD. Diseases of the Eye and Ear. DR. D. W. BRICKELL, Disease peril lLir to Women-Operations for tli relief of ovarian Tumors l'vmcncrhua, Wsirovaji-inai Fistula, Laceration of the Perineum, etc., etc. DR. I. DICKSON BRUNS, IMscuscs of the Heart, Luns and Throat. "Tlie best nurses are provided. Fare ami aeeommoda! ions etu:il to those of nrst-claRs LOB'KS a- listoOlce Box I", Xew I Irleuns. oc22 The Philadelphia .-17 suggests that the Committee of the Union League for the l uited States which have lately lieen devising means to control aIi i--ippi ami Texa-, should send down the men w ho forged and altered the returns in that city, and also the :. vho tuned tfcig Jtsfaje who decided their late olec la the TKaadlBr, ti,,n "-- The Ay, thinks that would ttlo the matter completely. Noth li ore would be reip.ilri-d. This would suit Great. Ames' policy very well, since he is a candidate for Senator, and is likely to be defeated by a fair election. Mr. Jem ks, of Khode Island, has had before the House of Bepresenta tives for a year or two a bill to reform the civil service, which provides for competitive examinations 'as prelimi nary to appointments to office, ex cepting p. s' masters and those requir ing the action of the Senate, the ipjal iiieationsto bj preaaribed by a Board of Commissioners, with rules for re moval for misconduct and inefficiency, for promotion for merit, one-fourth without respect to seniority. He does not seem to make much he-id way with the Radical Coiure-s. DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSARY. THE I.AROEST ANT) MMH INKTlTTTION OF THE KIND IX THE SOL"TH WEST; ESTABLISHED TEN YEARS Ald tbe only reliable place for the Cure of Private Diseases. 8. M. BLACK. Lata Black. Camroa 4 Co.. Mcmjhis, Tenn. BLACK, BRO. & CO., Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHANTS tOR tbe sale of Grain, Flour, Beef, Pork, Baron, Hay, Corn, Oats, Bran, Potatoes and Western Produce generally. 01 Front Street, bet. Madison and Monroe MEMPHIS. TEXX. jell WASH. S. TAVIXJR. W. J.. RADFORD W. E, H lit'IRK. TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO., COTTON FACTORS, ASD Commission Merchants, Main and ine, Hope. General 4 - Mi ROE STREET, between Main and I J r ront. Memiliis, Term. B; Tie and Supplies furnished on reus rnmble terms. MmU attention given to tilling cash II consignments insured, unless r.t her wis, inslructtnl. oc3 T. A. NELSON & CO., Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, So. 8 Jefferson Street, Memphis, Tenn. SV Liberal cash advanee made on con- ) sisnmeuts to them, or to their Xew Orleans I house, Xelsox, Lam-iiier A Co. set j MAN CKAiTCKElt OF Ladies' and Gentlemen's BOOTS AND SHOES 262 1-2 SECOND ST., East of Court Square, - Memphis, Tenn. THE best rind most vitried -t an-l fr!; tie of custom-inatle Boots and hins eonstant'y on hand, and witli fhene rhe bent man uT;u Lured Boots an 1 sii'-es of the East all at the lowent poewiole prlcvH. oel" E wilf he re sture on 1st goMl sto k of 1'lai wants of our friei W Particular attention paid to sales of Lotion, which will be stored in oar own ware h :ir.-l .:ti t.it-it and w.-mh-l with e.trr. t'otton in store ifill be covered by i nan ran ce unless otherwise instructed; and all shipments by river insured under our open obey. aimJ KARRIXfJTON A Hi WELL. A. B. The advei.l, B. V. TreauWEll. Late Price A Treadweil. Memphla, Tenn. R. A. Tucadwsll. lalr of MmImH Co.. Miss Treadweil Brothers, WHOLESALE GROCERS i 0 New Firm New Goods commission merchants, ? S0UTHW0RTH & THAjYER, REMOVAL. UrE hav removed our office to No. 2B6 Front street, corner Court street mp stafrs , where we shall be happy to we oar i cud's. MILAM, BOWLING CO. Dr. R CSS ELL, No. 42 North Court Street, north side of Court Square, Memphis, Tenn, Is acknowledged by all parties Interested as by far w. w. milav. MILAM. BOWLING STRICTIiY WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes & Hats 199 Main St.. Memphis. fS At competing prices with any other Market. fiooDs Sold osi.v to Mer chants. Satisfaction (tuaranteod in ev ery instance. sekldiw 1869 BOOTS & SHOES 1870 JOSEPH S. LEVETT & CO., (The Oldest Shoe House in Memphis,, H o fy O o xxx pctitio n. Respectfully invite iVnlers and Planters to call and examine our new tt-k before pur chasing. Jr. s. LEVETT i i) etf 236 Main, comer ! -;i-m S reet. No 15 UNION STREET, LEE BLOCK, - MEMPHIS, TENN. ti I" P I? ? - 2 a w s rw 8 I "I" S? O - i" ZI sissVssi - o e- CO a - - s. n 73 3 - z 2 v I D x n ?5 3 - go ii m r- I (fl COi m f S s - g f 5 Z i i 2 a ?5 2 i f -i -3 3 El y 2.. vt m HAVE KORSALE AM) KEEP CONSTANT ly ou hanil a lull supply, lu part as lol lows: 100 casks Bar-on; 200 barrels Mess Pork ; 250 kegs Lard ; 100 lihijs. Louisiana Sugar; 200 barrels Hani and Refined Sugar: 2IK' package! Mi -lasses; .000 pieceaJventucky Bagging; 1(d) tons Iron Tics assorted ; 50) kegs Nails all sizes; 500 barrels Flour; 500 liarrels Salt; 200 Ijarrc's Whisky all grades; 150 boxe ChSMM ; 300 bags t'olTee ; Kxtra Sugar-cured Hams, and numerous articles not inentumi d. sel2 Great Commercial Alliance ! The Dry Goods House OF MILLINERY. B. nowttso. & CO., The candidate for School iiierin tendent of MhwisBippl, on theAunBH ride, - -aid to rect-ive &i"0 a month hr Iii- M-rvkv- to the Freed men s Hu icau, voted by Congress, while he -:i!;iil.-! the S:ate for an office for him - -if, Mtd BMqgathflr negrlivtu the duties of the iiiul- he now holds. He is paid to the The School Board of Cincinnati h i-, -iftera long contest over the sub ject, vote 1 by ! to 1" to prohibit the reading o. the Bible in the Public Schools. The Most Successful Physician I COTTON factors, TN the treatment of Private and secret dla- I eae. vuiU. thorough and peitnanent eures (Tu;iraiiteeti in every cr.se. male or fe- ! male. BeoMt caaoa of Ghonorrhea or Syphi lis cured in a few days, without Uie umi ol i mercury, chance of diet or hindrance from business. Secondary Kyphilia, the last ventine eradicated witiiout tn- use of tercury Suf ferers from Impoteney, or Iok6 of Sexual Power, restored to free vitor In a few weeka. ) Gleet or Ghonorrhea ot long standing, when mil internal remedies have failed, permanent- ) It is a wbjwt of ctnipratulation, mid vj ctlma of self-abuse aud excessive veuery. fllllv n-nrrmu ,ntir.u.n r t!.,. t nD! iroraaiperrHaiorroea .no loss 01 pnj ti---i! of the Lank in a lirit of manly :i.i ior, tfhshitlm an earnestness to iuruin Ue Uommittee with the con-, bv the U .vemmeiit to attend dttibn of the Uink and tbe evidence education of frecdnien. oi ivH ntnlily and imrjose to meet at once the rlemands of the Committee," Xhey r. ptriel, also, that they had "sciutin;- I the condition of the bank, and were impressed with ie solvency," and that warrants continuance of the great respect hitherto entertained for the Judiciary of the country, to see the decisions of the courts so favorable to the protection of the pecaOBal and con stitutional rights of the citizen in these party times, when the Constitution is so much trampled usn by other de- partments of the iovernment. The KU are now enrolled somewhere ,,,''i-ion ,f he Supreme Court, atiirin- slcal anil nit nla! i.uwi-r. .--ilily ;.:.u tiiTDia AU cousultatious strictly audi nelitlv cured. CHifliielitial.' -otnce hours trom 9 a.m. to 1 p m. w m o.ni. DR. J. B. BWSSELL, i'ons-a!!lng Physician. L. U. WAKKA.N, Secretary. Treaties on C!;rnulc lllseasos furnished free on apt'li'"--"-!' hpI.S rtw General Commission Merchants, 'M Front Street. Memphis. oej . Hubert Black, z. N. Estku. JS- W. AWDER3.1N, Jackson, Tenn. BLACK, ESTES 8l CO., Sneoessors to Horton. Fstes A Co., COTTON FACTORS AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, I Stock of and Hats in Vn.vET. Pi.csh. FfR, Cactcs. Straw and Satis; also Cuildrkn's, Missts and Boy's Fancy Hats. C. DOHERTY, DEALER IN MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, 338 MAIN STREET, " M KM I'll IS, TENN -1 am now receiving daily my Fall NURSERIES. in the neighborhood of one hundred and tifty thousand members of the 'the final arrange- I Orand Army of the Republic, an or- ment U ten V mM and the ! gat:i-itiun known by the Democratic bank resulted la the prompt payment r-'l', and admitted by the wisest 1y the bank of the m of : tio, IhwHrri leaders to be of a decidedly twenty-tin.-.- Uinds of ti;,: State for loevoiis and unwarrantable char- tHWO each, and satisfactory arrang ments for tli" juyment of the bal ' -" At this very lime the bank was in bad ivputo in Memphis, and the skill if not the integrity of its inana-omeot d -p's.-1. The explana tion of this whitewashing report is fully given in RlllULB.! letter of Sep-lemb.-r ., I- '. from New V portinc to be in selMelMise in . i.i. h An be says of the transfer o( lnt. fun(J tQ I his bank : "The apjioiiiimcnt of this institu tion to tin, agency as a jiolitieal one lor the expn-s purpose Of aiding and contributing to the Radical oarlv.,; . Sets. It is not imprudent for men who love their country to continue vi-jilatitly "on guard." leune-set So we!i was t(n ( ommitte' pleased with the lettleaesit I made with Ihetm, thai they imhTlihul a card in the ifesaphls psveraeetattMj that I had met Uieir demands, that 1 b;1ii lifted in periect good faith, and spoke ol BM in tb'- h:gh.d mid n,,t res pectiul terms." The public wiil r.-member the pub lication of that "card." After pro frssing to have made the examination required of them, they said in it: " We have no hesitancv in saving that we regar-l the bunk entirely sale, and trii-i it may continue to do a profitable business, it bus our Ix-si wishes lor its sui-eess, aud we shall take an early ocuasloa to present tin uiij .-ct to the Legislature in a most I Mvorablc light." This Coiuiiiiitee was s. :.;t to Mem-i plus, not to make compromise, take note-, and relurp a whitewashing re port, bat to recover and bring back that scb .ml fund. Rut instead, they took part, and compromised for the balun i . 1 be following U an extract from tin ir report : "The com,, phis, ami at o; on the Penile stutb'iiH-ui ; With ihat i.i mem oi the i - We are certainly laggards in enter prise, and, without improvement, we shall pay the penalty, and we shall is-rtai nly have no right to complain. of a few hundred thnnsands would build up the citv. Where is it to come from? Shall it lie civen to the Kansas City, Selma and Ripley roads, or not'.' They are the latest enterprises, and the most im portant. Will it not cos; Memphis far moii o do without them than it will to furnih the additional aid nspiirisl from ii- to build them? If so, shall we h ave it as everybody's business, and nobody's business, and do noth ing'.' Is there no combination jiossi ble, and nobody to take hold of it? .None doubt the importance, and yet nothing is done. The value of Mem phis' real estate would be augmented a hundred fold if Memphis should do u hat Memphis can do to further thoai enterprise,, and at the sau. time add ! to the wealth of its citizen-, and put the city on the highway to that great- ii.s-s, wincn, witli the requisite arti- added toits great natural ad- " vantages, is its ultimate destiny. It Tiieke is a prosjiect of the Penttsyl- MDS now an unwelcome and thank- vania election being contested. There less task to urge such considerations is a great outcry, and the strongest on our people. They am too happy in feeling against the numerous and enjoying what little sticks to their shameless frauds which were Dracticed ing uie rignt to me naotttg evrjms in , the Yerger ca-e, is again followed hy a similar decision by the Supreme I iurt of Mississippi. We copy the following statement of the case: " The question at issue was the re- sponsibility of oflii ers under the Reg istry law of that Site. Abraham McFtke bad brought an action against Samuel .McOowan nud others, register-ingoiri.-ers in Rails county, for wanton ly re:u,ing to reaietu him as a quaM lied voter in m, and thereby depriv ing him of his rote, The case was brought before the Circuit Court of Ralls. The defendants demurred to the petiti. .a that they. a teeihhat'lsw otbeers, actetl judicially, and, as judi cial officer, were not liable in civil actions for their decisions. The Circuit Court held the demurrer good, and gave a decision in favor of defendants. The District Court, by a division, attirmcd the division. An appeal was taken to the Supreme Court, and that tribunal, on Monday, reversed the de cision, and remanded the ease to the lowerCourt Sir trial on its merits. The decision holds that registering officers, though like judge- of election under the old law, exercise qmut judicial functions; they are not judicial but magi-terialotlioers; and tha:, although the Registry law, as DOWN in Imh;, expressly exempts I hem from respon sibility for refusing to register appli cants, they are liable, nevertheless, if the refusal lie proved to have been malicious, corrupt and wrongful. It i- certainly an evidence of the coming of a reign of severe principles after a domination of harsh party dogmas, that two judicial decisions 'in favor ol individual rights as against enthroned power should lie given by high Courts in our countrv." WHEATON NURSERY, ESTABLISHED IN lsiu. WADDY THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR. A tare ami c niiplete'suw-k Ornamental and Fruit No. II Monroe St.. Memphis, Tenn. ir ('iiiisiKnmeuts of Co ton. Tobacco and Oii.in sfii-iu-a. Hamcing. I'.ope and all Sup pl.e fumi-lii a iir ffm i- st tales. Liberal t cash ailuu(-eiiieuis tuade uu Cottou in store or tn tranaik. ael J. F. DOWDY, Cotton Factor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, I No. 2A Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. Liberal cash advances made on con signments. s,-7 It. K. Hkkros, Late of Miaue, Brll A Co. Velvets iu Bilk. Loyal, I'mtt and Tabby, Ribbons of every design and ria&llty. Bilks and Satins, Plumes, Feathers, old Ladles' Caps and Headdresses, in endless variety. My kothIs have lieen selected personally from the latest French Importations, and the Stadt Is complete In evety res . ,-t. Cnuntry merchants are respectfully invited to call and examine our stock before purchasing K. EUWAklAs CLAKKk. TIIAODECS S. ELT. WILSON o. IIAKVET. CLARKE, ELY & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 302 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. IT EFP constantly on lian.l a larce and well IV se!ecti-.l BMefe of lirwi rtes and Liquors, which we sell at lowest markets rati-s. Con stgik H by rivr lnsur-l antra otherwise instrui-Ted. Wes,llrit isjnsinments of Cut ton, to which we d. vote spe-ial altcuUun. seta . A. SEESSEL & SON Having Completed Arrangements with Parties in Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin, Lyons, Brussels, Belgium, For the Manufacture and Immediate Exportation, to Order, of such Goods as M. L. Meacham. A. C. Tkeadwell Meacham & Treadweil, Wholesale Grocers Ann COTTON FACTORS, NO. 9 UNION STREET, Stonewall Block, - Memphis, Tenn. MANCHESTER. Irish Linens. Table Damasks. Napkins and Doylies, Towels and Towelling, Irish Poplins, of Pirn Bros. & Co. Hosiery, Cloths, Cassimeres, Merinos. DUBLIN. GLASGOW. elsewhere. ... it I Our Wm. McObk Memphis, Tenn. "E are now ree-!v inn a complete anil care fully sh1i--Ih.I -!.-k of liltOCKRIES. xnl.s wen- shipp.sl at very low rates of freight, and we oiler theni to the trade at low j prices. Call ami i-xamlne. arspecial atte.ition given to the aale of Culton. ami cortsigbmenl solicited. stotiAw Cheviot Cloakings, Galashiels Tweeds, Barnsley Dama3ks, Scotch Diapers, Paisley Shawls. Tees, Green VINES, ROSES, ETC. Also, choice collection of House Plants. Flowers, Etc. -E AUK ROW Ki t. I V HUEPABEDTO Mil :ill onlcrs. Lav Out and lleautlfy i Orouud.saud Furnisli Boiiuets, at short no- j tloe. Largo IVZtvgixoliixis We invlle especinl attention or fiardcucrs ami Dealers to -mr son-k. offerlna at low I i-s. ' .-m :iu,: v, ... ...,',-t lur von rs,-i ves I atiiloaiies and i lh, r information, ad- M'CEE Sl HERRON, COTTON FACTORS asp COMMISSION MERCHANTS 2TA Front Street, Between Court and Jefferson, Memphis, Tenn. BacKim;. Rope and Iron Ties rnrnishad at lowest market rates. k4 : a jO. T3L. Townsond, COTTON FACTOR FALL FASHIONS AT 5ontnern tmponum ot Fashion hill. a .1 nman HILL, FONTAINE til, CO IVIl-si. M. O. HU3VTEn Desires to call the attention of her lady friends and the public to tbe fact that she I NOW RECEIVING HER FALL STOCK Of the latest stylraof Millinery, Fancy (iood i nd novelties in DREKS TRIMMIXUS. Dresa and Cloak Making, iu all it branches, at 247 Main street, aelS I REAL ESTATE BROKERS. i dress ai mi I . ii uiltsi is. I'nu-r i-liir. Mempliis, Tenn., Or B. O. CKAIO ACOl, Aurlcuiiurai and Seed store, ;i7y Main vti.-. t, Vi-m phis, Tenn. Iluiiets mrnisli.nl at sln.i t m.iice. WSj ilaw St. Clair Nurseries, Summerfield. III. 4-) - MILFS rrom St. Ixiuta, on O. and M. U. R., r.. F. HA III is k. Proprietor. Two juusarsd acres in t!ie cultivation of Fruit lYera. Apil,'s a magnincent stm-kofand S year oUls. includ:iur all the leadim; ami mewt popular southern varlisi-s. olitalncd trom reliable trrowers Soutn IVars, Pearhra Plums. prleots. Ni-ctarlnes. Cherries, yuit-.-' ces. drapes. MtrawtK-rries, lUspberrira, etc., iu great variety. A lioicecollccllouof Roaes, Ornamental EWrMt nml De-iduons Trrra, Flowering shrulM. llerbMceous Plants, Sulba, etc. Branch Offlce. I;i ami II Moroe street se.l.Un- (iKll H IlltOWN. lien'l Agent. NOTICES. COMMISSION MERCHANT, DONOHO, JOY &L CO., No. 256 Front Street, 1 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. l!u'- r- Iroui hautlliiio; the few cotton bales tltey get, when they can and siiiiiihl hiivc twice as many. Hut a ci.tivi.-tinti of the importance of thi- tee pr ceded so M rn- suhjis-t will not allow us to nej;ls?t the i discharge uf what we "conceive to Is s peal a duty. And we hape that the elftirls Of the press, combining with those nf our taitfcptisfttj men, will not prove fruith-ss. , rail attention . to the following suj,-gewtive article Ii mi the Aberdeen t. nuiunn- of Moil dtrjr la.s? : The Memphis Araluncl,, , ami' the i:al, an- isitistan Mui. ill- ami ihiu ior Dir.-ctors, to serve the ensuing year presented ih I'H'iial I.i, I,!, f ,1 Ibi-ir lie-giiliutinns reuiti l in tii. pay i. ii tn nice oi t),L. JOu0i-. mi n.iti -: clary M 1-ieTrea-t- The Philadelphia Aye speaks earnest ly, as follow-: "That the late election in i.,.,.vi. ! 'w.iieid at ihe vatiiu is taii.tisl with fraud and cor-j 11 1'JiJk 'm. ruption of the worst character, there " '- is no longer any reason to doubt. Not ' Misslssh-i , ami Tk only in l'liiladiUjihia, but everywhere i wssrsfry aim i throiiKhout the interior, this' is be- OUWOToAhSKh lieved to Is? a fact susceptible of iiroof. v even per eent. l auu a inorougu ami complete investi gation is, therefore, sternly demanded. It is alleged thai the eieJisiHj) counted for John V. tioary is jmri'ly ati imag inary one, and that the result of the contest was reully in favorof the Deui- o -ratic can.iiiiaie. rius(fravetiarg. ojienly NOTICE. Mississippi asn Tknnfssee Railroad,') KCKLTAHV AMI TC.I-.ASt 'Ukk'8 tlKFICK, HniWS. TKNS..Uctobcr 11, 1SK.1. s Tl x K IU 1 DKtls in this o us Mini iir.ii-s in mis tstniiutny are . j uereny iiouni-u tl.nl in,- nuuua i ect on will r,-aiiMiv riotcl. Memphis, on the 10th November u.-ii, at s. H. I. MB, Secretary. ,R A I LROA II. f iept aUSB9.j igc (7 per cent.) tuN comiiaiiv. maiurlngon the Isuictols-r next, will be paid at this ortk-e at maturity. si s. H. I.AMll Trea-nrer. the rtc i Unk.pi Pie. k rn tC.ISS Ti j 111. i.i.'. now t-i'iinires iin.ini.i ! V i.i-i ,1 1. 1 . - .- .11.1..,, it I ..; ...i .: . . i . i . . i. . . , A ." - . C I 'I ,, ', i " A ' li'io aim senrv.;.iig exauiiiiHlion. 1 lie lelon Uie Mobile Bad Ohio Bailroa r its who strikes down and lilunders the I -I -. .initiations against the . itv. uiisusiiectiiiir traveler at midine-hf h Men,; Lis lias no right to complain: no worse than the villian who chet.s ! -ii- . ... . mini mis mailer 11 slie will, fr.-emen of their dearest ritrhts ,.l ... tr.ol.. ..III... . . i ... . ... . " .............. ,,,-,! regions irauiisatine oauoi-tHix, or erroneous .1... V. V' . ;.1 AU- (,dnl.s after the polls have iK-en closed. ... bama, l.y doing her part, and doiiu: it To exnose and is.nvi, t tl... loft..r on oi me much a duty men owe to society as to -d. aid in the iinnishrnoiit ,.r ti... fca.,,. I ...... ..v v. in, nuuji ; . If elections are to be conducted bv lH-rsons employed to make a certain return, and if the votes are to lie ma nipulated so as to twist a minority into a majority, the sooner it is known the better. The preservation of the purity of the ballot-box Is our onlv safety as a nation. When that is desfroyisl there will belittle else left Us worth keeping, rhe Democracy of the citv and State nave now a solemn duty to discharge. I hey III U-t not sbrinL- fi-.,.. lu r.:.i.V..i ,7 ..V,.. no . I. 111,1 H-rfornuinee. It may entail great b bor and anxiety uimhi them, but their rfWun Brill .... il. ' " Us.nise Ihev dan- not imni.h I.i,.. . i" r7.J-i-Ls KT-.. i IZZ1 u"wr rtB I ....... -in in ..t num., i.,.iaie, on. w, f, - j . me eits live iranebisi' nun. ,.. i wiiile it was ii,iji,,,,ble Imth to pun- one v. Iio ill glance at the journals of untaintisl. Jt the .State eieotio hel,l . , . j; . I t ht CnlitilLw iiuii.o.1. II.om .tainn.it lu. .... t rw. , ' llw, HCU Ish Slid tr:ii; nun. cciirui testimony of It. S. Pa ot be iwnk. uu- union in-' ini-inin rs of serves to ks-n tb i. ...... ,.i t. ...... i.; the Legislature advised the turning oeiore our people at all, are the fre-1 Mr. Spurgeon asserts that in Fne- over of the money to tin- i.n, 'I",J'1 "UoUitmn- uiude l.y Mississippi land open communion Baptist Xafion.il viy- A rn eli MiniN. JuruaN Tom her able pr.-.,, or In con- Churches greatly prosper. The same National, U. ABNKLL, All lunS Ilt.(.tlo1 WJth the great road above thing is afflrnnsf of some of the Ni'NK, l.M, ( vpeist, JtAi.i., j i- sioken of; and the people are bocom- churches iu this country. The ens, DCGOAK, Mlllov, Him' la in, ing habituated to calling this road church paper ol Han Francisco says P.rn. and Kit n.w:is. "Aod ii is "'ply the ' Helma Railroad,' and to that the days of old lundmarkism. I-... a inn u iu tawiern exiension ior which does not recognize a pedobap- uew markets and chean freights, tint mw M Chiristii.il Jit til tiitlla tW in LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES. and Shingles. Lumber, Laths i HAVE now on hand, and am co tawiuK. a lull stock ol ButMlna of ail dimension: sills. Joists s Posts, Boards of all lengths, ami clc ber : also, a large stock of "Unguium, Rope and Ties famished cm tomara. aolS Law J. Hi. VERSE IX. COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 314 Front Street, Memphis, : : : : Tennessee. e-Baoiing and Ties famished to custo mers al . .west market rates. -Iaw P. S. Jo.NkS. n. Jo.SkS. JONES BROTHERS. Commission Merchants, COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS No. 8 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. sr Consignment! made ns by river are cov , !. .,,.i,.v ot insurance. seT iIaw 8. M ai Bui Webb. J. F. Sellers. S. M. WEBB $c CO. COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Stonewall Block. Up stairs, Union Steeet, bet. Front Row and Main St., J7dw MEMPHIS, TENN. J. J. BCSBT W. U. PATTESON, A HATCH ETT. of Trenton, Tenn., w ljte of Greuiula. Miss., BUSBY & HATCH ETT, COTTON FACTORS, 4 Madion DUWit, MEM PHIS, TEN N EtSSEK. A N 1001) Mississippi Plantation for a city jTV rfsidence of ctual valut. AUo, a f I2.")u Mltslpl ('ofton Plantation forrity property or me.ehLindiu. Also, ArkanHHN Lund and SL'iM) caah for a sniull farm near city, on rHllnMwL A1m. Cfty Loti at.d Lund for an aborted stock of uierrliantiise. Also. 1D.UUU acres A i k a uaas 1m nds for mer chandise, or city pnipvrty. Altto, isSubnrtian 1 m proved Property and caah for a flmt-cla. city residence. Also, select unimproved M acre Suburban Property for a flrt clans Mississippi Kiver Plantation. Also. S!'ii ;j Yankee Notions and Milliner? for a sin ail improved farm. Also, Merchandise for a small farm on railroad. DONOHO, JOY & CO.. 24 Madison Street, - Memphis. fftoicc SrteetioHs For Sate: One 1st class Miss. Itlver Plantatlou, WOO acres One 1st class " - - LUXi acres One 1st class - " l.rKAl acres One 1st c'axa Upland Mlta. " 1500 acres ' One 1st cla-s - " iimhj acres One 1st class " " mnj .1 - One 1st eiasa koo acres One 1st class 11 lifiO acres: One 1st clasaCrandJuncti'n " .TJI acre One 1st class Jacks.. u. Ten. " L10U acres Many others in Tennessee, Arkansas, Ala bama and Mississippi. OAK and WAI.NVT Lands. Water Power and Mineral Lands. Business and Kesideucc City Property, ocf j Successors to Willi axson, Hill Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, - - . TENNEHHEE HAVE for sale, and keep constantly on hand, a full assortment, consisting in part its foil iws: 100 casks Bacon ; 300 barrels Mesa Pork : 100 barrels Jowla and Kumps; kegs Lard: 101; hhds. Louisiana suur: Ml sacks Coffee ; 300 pkgs. Mnlasaea hhds..bbls.,hlfs an. loou pieces Kentucky Bagging , M. 4 M. Ky. pv. U.uderuaii. and J. I D. Flax.) 100 tons celebrated Arrow Ties." 500 kegs Nails assorted sixes; SSB bcrreis Flour; North Carolina Uoe cut and rrosa Herring 100 bbls. pure, copper-distilled Whisky; 100 barrels rectified Whisky; 50 ban els Kobinson County Whisky. Calling yourittentlon to the abrve, we re spectluily request a continuation ot vour pa tronage, and promise, by strict attention to business, with tbe interest of oar patrons ever before us, to merit It. aaglS diw HILL. FONTAINE it- CO. Chas. C. Paktee. B. Fkank Barbekt. PARTEE & HARBERT, Cotton Factors ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. II Union Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. Silks. Satins, Velvets, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Corsets. LYONS. BRUSSELS. Laces, Embroideries, Veilings. Feel Fully Prepared Choice and Elegant Goods AT A. SEESSEL & SON, 259 Main Street, Opp. Court Square. New Cheap Dry Goods Store No. 298 MAIN STREET. o CO TO CANS' NEW CHEAP STORE FOR BARGAINS Cn? ONHKJNMENTS respectfully solicited, MEDICAL. I laths and shaved shingles. Gen'l Commission Merchants, No. 274 Front St. Memphis, Tenn., promptly! in the bib i... . . siiiooije -Memphis and Selma h 1 In- city of Memphis hm played W-A-i ' , -Mii-iwoer" lonff enough In this mat- " I In- fvie m. .... t u- a, 1 1, I.. ".. , , - .l.s- Mncaaaji u-r, uuu ua mruun 1.1 uu roau tmvi- pan i nt iiisi-retioii in ! ulniost ceased tn think or her, in eon Us afaenanre of iither dutlas impoaed nrxstioB with it, and if shedoesuot in it, win-... hen i . mi-hided, will soon act, she will see the road make form the subject ,,. anoiher rejiort." other eonneetions, that will leave her Kt further r, ,,r: h is yet Is-en tnafle t "t'r l.v "ut '? the cold. and the wind, 'action o, ,, ' ' i' mi"i0" , . . , lAtfisia- to roal, and Shelby county at lure so far lias been directed to save leasts hundred AhotiaMd, sad then the ii.niL, save le-eem, ii,-, -, ,,, M would control East HuMtssippi. Ike money only to the-exii-nt n,i-si,i. I Stranifi? u-s it may seem, the name ViithoM hrimriiiL' the nlunderer. I,.' "' M-inphis is seldom sjioken now in lil-.tiol'. KfTTEK Particular attention given to the shipment of Lunit.er. Orders solicited. mer Mills and Lumber Yard on Wolf River, ueiitli.it Uayou Oayoso. SiUw . ' (i 1. VKNAM.K sr Liberal Cash Advi-.uces made on Cotton or Produce, in liand ur lu transit, sepii daw LAWYERS. 1 I'liii Luuu Mnm-i-ah. ItMUMTiiliM urni I T ' i . lflllaiaS ,.f eeorditi-- to the 'ountnw nauied; there cannot be an the seeoud TueMtuy f Oct,Aer . ii i u . 1 f"u"'1 in a" uf together, a dozen coasted." w J uclu0t i.ii.vM, at i,rni, Memphis, advertisements, and all that - W .M. J.BYKEH. JAM. P.HYKEH. SYKES & SYKES, Attorneys .t Iiaw, MAD. VINCKNT BLOCK, ooSt Corner Court and Second Streets. T. H. LOO WOO IK T. . XtCOC. W. C. I Logwood, Micou & Folkes. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 15 Union Street, MEMPHIS, . - TENNESSEE. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT OR LEASE. I OT i2l in the city limits, containing 28 I a acres rich land. On the premises fa a uooii liwelllnt- Him kitchen, servants' rooms, two flue cisterns. vi., ric. ror terms aupiv to 003 J. H. KRIMCL'EY i-ontaiuinK six rooms, une cisteru Madison St Try Dr. Guilmette s EXTRACT OF JUNIPER , be niailr. Alt Cotton consigned to as inaured, nnlrss otherwise instructetl. A full supply of Basel nut. Rope and Ties const'tntly on hand. Carerul attcntiuu given to tilling orders of every kind. " We have serured'tlie services of an ex pcTlenced cotton man to five eapeciai atten- IN Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc. ti-ni to welahmn and sumpllne. f Aim.E is II ARc.EkT. se dm C W, kansas. C. FOLKErt, Commissioner for Ar-o.---' understood Uiey have r.s.-eivexl money from that remarkable institution con- rather than to the wont. the pulpit, are numbered. T. W. in.- u v. o. P. Ll lbl B. C. Brown. BROWN, LYLES & BRQWN, LAWYERS, OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,. Corner of Main, ue28 M EM P 11 LS, TENN. NEW YORK AND ST. LOUIS ROSS. ROBERTS L CO., o.v. (ri.v.vm;o.v mekchaxts. No. 91 Fkost Stdeet, New York, Pay special attention to the purchase of Cof Ji JB"' ls'raP. Baiojlnc, Rope, Iron, li Blackmar. Roberts, Chandler & Cs. W Noktu ComukkciAl Steeet, 301 Lkvee, sr. Lrrni, Ms OJW - crmmftsroy mer ,t x rs. Make the Purchase Of li..r,.,, Rone lu. Hour, Corn anu other Western Products a specialty, giving close attention to freights, 'in::, is ami ciinoitlou uf (iKxIa. oc2U CAUTIO 3ST. 'l'lIK public are cautioned against transact X ing any basinets with one C.J. Watheu- icc.iiiul ot llu- -Merchants and Manu Hulletin. Hallroad men and hotel rs will beware of him. M ITU A I .1.. Pulii'r Cln.-lnn.il 11 Southern paper, please ropy. IT la an in fusion of the berries of theeele brattsLItallan Juniper, In the best ouallty of gin, amu Is superior to all other remedies for Diseane of tbe Kidneys, Debility of Stomach and Bowels, m Catarrh of the Bladder, Brick Dust Deposit in Urine, Cholic, 1 Dyspepsia, ElatulencW, Oravel, Diabetes, And all Diseases of the Urinary Organs. For sale by W. N. WILKERSON & CO., Wholesale Druggists, oc7 840 Main St., Memphis, Teas. TO THE AFFLICTED. NEWTON FORD & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 17 UNION STREET, Lee Block, Memphis, Tenn. 'pHOK V. SEEL, late of Macon. 1 1 admitted as a partner o our hoi Ing from September 1. 1SS9. The sty! Ann in future will be Smith. Neel A t September M, UsW. SMITH it BKO, Remember the White Store, 298 Main St. Men s, Boys' & Children's Fall & Winter Clothing THE LARGEST STOCK IN THE CITY, AT RETAIL. J-. X. WILLIAMS, 327 MAIN ST. FALL AND WINTER OVERCOATS, TALMAS t CAPES. The Largest Betail Stock in tbe City. Also, wiier-rroor uvercoats, Talmas and Capes. Childr-8 Faacy Overcoats ran ana Winter Business Suits. A splen- eoats. Youths' Overcoat to !i Boys' Over- , all qoalft lea, from -ks lat- the NEW FIRM. ! Jamks H. Smith, lat of Smith A Bra. Thus. V. N kkl. late of Fa ett countv. Tenn i usv, , . b . in, ijtr mi 1.1111111 tK OriJ. DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH SMITH, NEEL & CO., WHOLESALE HAN facto re proprli T. J AS permanently located In Memphis, and 111 treat cilaoN-lr diseases of every des cription. Ior venereal Iilscsases he has an i s fallible SPECIFIC that removes e-. , ry Vestige of the disease, without giving mer cury. Tlio.se suffering with cojoh.-3.itio; or sckovcla he especially Invites to avail them selves of his treatment, feeling assured, from experience that be has discovered the reme dies a Merciful Providence has provided for these formidable and hitherto considered In curable diseases. Ladles afflicted with dis eases peculiar to their sex successfully treat ed. All communications by letter promptly answered. Office '! Second St., t'p-Stalrs. S3 GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants No. 7 MONROE STREET, Bet. Mainund Front, Memphis, Tena. Consignments respect folly solicited, j Orders for Sagging, Ties snd Plantailuir-up- I plies shipped atlowest market rales, aeftdaw i did line of Scotch Cass imp re. Tricot and Beaver Suits Also, a large stock of Medium and Low Priced Suits, from $5 up wards. A specially In and m s c,olhln9- of a i Plantation Goods. A larje stock ef com- . , , " " ' ' . nnu r nui j -U1I-, 1.7 ui . uiii.ireu, ironi tn s years old. Jackets All kinds of Furnishing Goods, Reefing Jackets, Cardigan or Net Jackets. Hunting Suits. Velveteen Suits. and Hants, all qualities, fr,,m to Yaaaf Men's sr Youth s Suits from 14 to 19 years, all (piaUtles. In great variety. Boys' sad CkHdrens' Shirts, Undershirts. Drawers, Socks, Uloves and Hats. mon heavy clothing, medium and price, for plantation use. Planters wanting; .o supply Mj.ir iiauua. cau qdii ai. tney want iu our s,. urders from specially ai tended to, and guaradUed. m pianers satisfaction did lot of Shirts and F urnlsasBf All of which will be sold at the lowest possible ; mm awSsssl Vriee. asr7 wr st. WORSHAM HOUSE CORNER MAIN AND ADAMS STS., kEMPHIS, TENN. Board, $3 6rPer Icty J. J. WORSHAM fNRiDR.