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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- SATURDAY, NOVEMBlvIo, 1869.
I THE PUBLIC.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:
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11! 1J vuc, UlOUgU l .'IIUV vuu r I
Atr; . ua molt. that". -in In Bar"!
v .,. h thv revard a r-ariinal -1r:aof
iMmiTii church!
We on make li.ipt i-t landinrk-m,
wiiit ii in assailed In thin article, consist
ed in the eve of all honest Mnsn
L411.1 asp i.'tAi Aitul, on year.
WrtiLT ArraAi., on year
fnut trrtAi, lu clubs of twa
J . ii v. .teivered In city by Carriers,
as o w.peTn p;'r week .. 3&
111 Vt t rKI.Y APPEAL la Ti;ll!ar!y discontin
ued at th euJ ol ihe tunc aubecribed kuit
paid fat unless irimnl In advance. '1 hi-
rule 1 a.lb
nua.
2 50
4 00
tiered 10 without reaped toper-
RATES OF ADVERTISING:
Transient advertisements, am Insertion, fl;
earn subaequeut Insertion 60 rent per
Banara.
Advertisement In Wan' 01 Bent column, Ul
neons per 1 in each Insertion.
Double column a.tvenlnexncnts 26 per cent.
l.-in t.'iiai to ordinary rales.
Docal notices, fourth page, a) cents per Una 1 for tula purpoae. let them Insert
l!Ore Aril. I 1 . , H Ilu Sill I UUtlcl
tow, ha any liuht to the tirivileire or it
irree of Maeonrv, until he hat lieen duly
Initiated according to the provisions of
the charter; nor can be be acknowledpwl
as, or permit tad to All the office of Omni
Master nntll he has taken the precedent
decrees. Thia is Maaonic landniarki-m.
and ooaaistent ISaptista act on tba very
suite principles. And do the editors who
have iuii,;urated litis warfare upon Bap
ii confess tonnv bnt dnly appointed
priealsr
We leave the religion editora of tlw
Appkal (Lit week with Ibia waoteaoo..
advice: If thev are fully couviueed that
they mistook their cailiiiif In attempting
to ondifei a high-toned, secular and n-lls
irioua paper, and that polemic theology 1-
their forfe, ami they Intend lo uao their
Co.il Cwnpinv, prexSrtdt? the pocsibii
It y of tmtragcan eamotiotw to which,
in former winters, we have ieen ul
Jected. We deem this tribute due tu
the i'i .! this company has already
done the rommunity, and would fain
hope that we have not miseonoeived
its purposes for the future.
no e. Ii lri-.prti.tn
Cttr ttema, second page, IS pent par line each
Insertion.
rcll notices, third pa;. Meant per II n
tick Insertion.
alonlhiv advertisement, as for 0 rat. and H for
each additional Square.
A-ivei-ileementa Inserted at Interval, to be
charted S per cent, additional In propor-
1 u.'Aolic'
iheir true colore.
tl.tr,
Announcing fan dldate for mate. County and
Municipal 1 .ffl.s. Hi) each, to be paid la ad
vance In svery Instance.
Hei rhure and Death are published a new ,
bat complimentary notice of Marriages.
Irlbnle or Resiect. ohltuarlus and 'un. ral ;
N v, will t charged a other advertlee-
raenta
All I hnrrh N,.tlcea or noUceu of meetiugs
. f Oharltahleor Benevolent ftocletle, nUl
lie charted half price.
Hi-v day Areasi., A'tvertlsement Inserted
mi the scsuay A imi will be charged oun '
l&th additional.
WaKKi.T A I'PUL. Ad vertlaeman ta Inaerteii
to the WttKtv Appeal, alone, one halt 01
Rajl.t rates. In botu Uaii.y and Wutu,
one fourth addlfUmal to Dailt rate.
In a, 1 case ad adktlAementa are considered ;
A Husr 1 the space occupied by eight line
01 Bonn uuursnii.
CORRESPONDENCE.
forreepondence, on lublle Events, aollclted
troin every part of the t'nlted Htaiea.
KKATINU. KNOLJHU A fu.
II Fills APPEAL
F. A. TYLER,
EDITOR
SATURDAY MORNING. : : NOV. 20, 1869
We publish the reply of the Appbai. in
this issue, because we hav e the pledged
word ot the editor that our re view of
his article shall uppear in the Appeal,
but up to date it has not appeared. We
1 rve our stricl ure until Hiiother week,
h. tb-y may tw mcxlitled by the explaua
tloii of the editor.
We are aeiouished at the potations
tKk.n l.y the e.iltot -in-chief, in attempt- jtt.UH
(''inplaineJ of. He will not aee the point
we tuade. We do not object to the Ap
peal plvirur "current news," but we do
proieat against it penning or publishing
current inlander or palpable falsrhotsui
upon our people.
The above appears in the Baptitt of
this date, but j" iliaps was written
previously. We promised, in a pri
vate note, to publish the reply of
the Bapdst (wliioli appears twlay),on
Thursday morning, or as soon as con
venient thereafter; and no puper was
issued Friday from this office. What
is meant by sayuip "up to date it has
not appeared?" The impression pro
duced ini?ht be that we had delayed
beyond our promise. This is a very
remarkable "tempewt in a tea-pot."
The Is.tir will learn, one of these
days, that he nes:l not be "astonished"
at the vindication of irublicalions of
new- tteui-by tiiesecular pres.s, which,
lieinp current, it has as good a right
toyaUMh as, if erroneous, he has to
oatncC He says he protests against
our .I'tiiiiuji or publishing curretit
slanders or paipai.lf falsehoods upon
'ur aTipir " We have answered him
tii.it In 1 hai'. .' i- untrue and it.-eli
-: 1'1'iei'ous, and tliat we have only
published an a-serlion of other peo
ple, vi ilhout an idea of doing injury
or giving oflWi-e, and at the same
lime given the authority, that it j
might ;-o lor what it was worth. We
now pi oteat against his editorial inti
mation ayainst Catholics, Fpiscopa- 1
lidns and others, or the editors of this i
paper as such, as capable ot "malic-"
and slanderous falsehoods, rlc. We
tell him that, whatever we may have
We publish the altove from the
BmpMifl of this city, because especially
rtsjuested to do so by Dr. GraVKs,
and i an we are willing the public
should judge fairly lietween us. He
s.vnis ratlicr over-sonsitive to the fact
that the Aitk.u. should be one of a
thou-and jtiumals to publish a news
item which was found going the
rounds of the press, and which the
: editors of the Appkai. had no
more thought of endorsing, than Dr.
(1 n ves ; anil not quite so frotai a right
to dispute. If he had desired to do
j that, he was fully aware an opportu-
nity would have been afforded him to
I do so in the Appeal. In our
view, nothing waft required by
the interest of his church, but to cor
r, rt th,- ftiitemeut, if facts were incor
i redly stateil in the little flying jiara
I graph; and that, we should quite
. ins-rfully have given him the opHr
j tuuity to do. What good reason,
' therefore, can be assigned for his pre
sumption of bad motives on our part,
1 and for the use of abusive epithets to
ward the editors of the Appeal, who,
1 it so happens, never even knew of the
objectionable paragraph until after it
hail leen selected and published by
an editor then acting, and who was
raised and educated by liuptisU? It
is a misfortune that he should have
corns, and that secular journals
must be so wary in selecting
of the current uews of
the day lest they should tread
unwittingly on his toes. It is said
that on one occasion when Spcbukox
was slandered, lie replied by saying
that he had found the correction of
slanders often tended to circulate
them, so as to make it do more harm
thrin good, ami that, instead o! prose
cuting lor or defending against them,
be preferred to do as did the little
bird when purnued by the hawk
"just fiy uj." We would commend
his example to the Reverend Doctor,
aud advise him just to " fly up." If
it is proper he should defend his
church, it is equally so that he should
have as much cliarity and give as lit
tle offense to others in doing it as pos
sible. The editors of this paper pro
test, with one voice, that they are not
inimical to the Baptist church; and
vet it septus he would have the public
believe they are so; and for that pur
pose -tales that MM of them are con
nected with Episcopal and Catholic
ihurches! Does he then think that
Episcopalians and Catholics are such
' eiielnie-" of the Itaptist t'litirchas
to .1 it with "mendacious" "faLse
kflod?" Don he think the fact of con
nection with one of those churches
rinia ! 1 on lusive tint t malice"
1 entertained by a secular editor?
Does be find any authority in the
; law of charity for supposing
1 -ueh a fnct suillektit to warrant the
charge 'list 11 t ttholic would seek to
,'ialiiy a pntt, or an Episcopalian
la bishop, by the statement of a slan-
tlerous lai-eliood; or that the priest or
bishop would be gra tilted b the coin-
A New York corrtapondent states
that that city has another wonder, be
ing the largest hotel in the world, ex
cept one. It is being erected on the
site 01 the old Southern I .a large Hotel
on liroadway, near Amity street.
The now edifice is eight stories hi yh,
aud the Broadway front will be sur
mounted by three gothic towers. It
will have six hundred rooms, and is
intended to n commodate L3.IU guests.
The furniture alone will cost 400,lluti,
and the whole work is to cost (1,0)10,
otio. There will be seven acres of car
luting. A new markethou-'c is also to lie
instisl at the loot of Thirty-fourth
street, North River, which is to be SOU
feet long, and aw feet wide, covering
an entire square. The appearauiv
will begrand the immense roof lieing
.-loped like a dome, and surmounted
by a tall ciock-tower)in the center, and
two others, one 011 each end.
The distance from the Alabama
State line, when' it is crossed by the
Seiina K ..id. lo Okaloua is iiHy-two
miles. The amount of bonds voted
Ii .Vs.i,(m, and iv of private
sulMcriptions have been made. The
grading and cross ties will cost $.'112,
!. The bridges over the Tomblgby
and Buttahatchie, will cost U",0tm.
Leaving a surplus of frl 7:1,000 for sta
tionhouse, tanks, lotsjinotives, etc.
This part of Forrest's road can be
finished and equipped without a mort
gage. What dues Memphis mean?
CurArkan8S3 Letter.
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
IN SURAH
b. a. kezly
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.
WHOLESALE
Grocers, Cotton Factors
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ASl) MALUM IS
Osceola, Are., Xovomber 18, lVsl.
Hlitors Appeal: In my last, I gave
an account of a goober vine, grown in
Mrs. Driver's garden, having 225 peas
upon it. But this vine will have to
take a back seat; for a vine, grown in
Mr. Jas. Ward's garden, lust above
town, has produced over Udo peas. So j
you tee that Tenne-e Is completely
in thefMlaV w
Our little town has been thronged i
the st few days, with citizens from
nil pins of the country, drawn hither plantation Supplies, Boat & Bar Stores
in consequence of the sal of lands for
taxet. A portion of these lands wen No- 270 Eeott Strezt,
ptld out, a portion sold out, but the ' Botwean CVart and Madison,
the major part reverted back to the j sew MEMPUI8, TEN'S.
Mtatc. 'the result or these sales is a
sad com in. 'iit upon the deplorable con
dition of the levees iu this State.
Here are thousands yes, millions of
acnes of lands which, were they pro
tivted from overflow by a judicious
system of leveeing, would produce a D0A CnlAri CL f lj
i Hvsiwuioviicu uiUbk Ul DUUUS
In our line ever oOVred In thla market, ron
alatlng In part of-
FINE GOLD WATCHES !
PEOPLE'S
INSURANCE COMPANY
OPPICH 1
U MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, TENN.
TAKES
Fire, Marine and River Risks.
CAROLINA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
M. J. WICKS, President.
W. F. BOYLE, Secretary
J. T. PETTIT, Vice-President
J. H. EOM0NOS0N, General
Fn Dorn.im JP, pA I 5Keu UYBr D00,UU0 00
. U. Barnum & to. capital stock, $300,00000 Annua, ,ncome oveP . Q0'000 0J
TO THE TRADE.
WE HAVE JUHT MMIYIS) AND HAVE
lu alora, one 01 the largest, naoat gene-
1200 bags Coffee
1200 barrels Flour,
1500 pkgs. Mackerel,
1000 kegs Nails,
500 pieces Bagging,
200 barrels Whisky,
250 doz. Painted Buckets,
Kuar. MolaMM, BMron, Lard, Halt, Hr. Th j
Mck U well worthy the ttntUm of ticaiem,
wiin i repvcif.iliy lnvlid to call Mud x-
aiulue II.
fi se earrom.
oclt
J.T. KAHUAHON.
C. O. CLAY
,l..ii.- ho U'i 1 1 Hnil it l.l.ire Ii : n , ,r. I .!.-
i il 1 ..I -u o .01 01111 ;i;- . .si Hunt:
less is implied in Ihu above uncalled
,....,... .0... ri,.,m.iin. n' . 1 .11
t online himsA-lf to the truth. "The ; -" " -
. , ,, . .. .. , him tins may be the wav to get up a
troth in love" is the motto which . '
, - mi 1 controversy, out ol which to raise a
lieads lus pai:r, and he will do! , ' . . ...
' J u 1 Jt . .v t u t Jt'aa , ami u t u ji t tti v t
both to his church
and Christian, as well as for his inter
est, when he descends to abuse, to
veil to observe it. We have
not "attempted " a vindication of the
publication ot the paragraph to which
be ev.-epts te have made one. If
be ha- the will or the inlluence to in
jure u- in our iu.-iness, when we have
been innocent of intentional offense,
we tell him that we would lose every
Daptist, Methodist, Presbyterian,
Episcopalian and Catholic from our
subscription list leforo we would
truckle to either deuominaiion, and
truet the Devil's church to sustain us
in the light, when uo other would do
no. It he cannot defend thv founts
v ilhoni misrepresenting and niaiigu
j ins the sinner.-, he has mistaken his
to make enemies both to
and himself. But it is not the way to
make friends to either. The Ari'KAl.
will not be forced into that kind of
antagonism. Dr. (iiiAVKs has been
fully informed that the paragraph at
the hood ol this article was not an ed
itorial, i.ut paUUhfd as a news clip
ping, without even the km. u !.,): of
lite re-poiisiltle editors. They now
vindicate the inadvertent publication
as a news item, subject to correction
at will, and without attlrmin Jor de
nying its. truthfulness. The responsi
bility lor that rests with iu author,
whoever tliat may be, or with Bpi r-
1 . l. iv n. r I ii Mua n 1 - r . , . . Iiatiur
r ' ' 41 1 tlU ttu A line i i 1 I I .
iv.h ,::i..n, and would do well to go to ... . .. . ,. Ij I ,
, b edottbt whetlu relther would dclelid
Editor Appeal: This tuubrm a sub
ject of . i 1 1 rest to planters ; it lias al
most ceased to be so now. It in7 be a
subject of increasing interest to the
manufacturer.
The manufacturer must act through
the buyer upou the planter. Should
a particular variety of cotton coin
mend itself to the manufacturer, it
will be sought after; a better price
will be paid for it. The production nt
it will Ik- fostered ami eneouragtsl,
until the market may be overstocked.
Then the planter, finding his fine cot
ton will sell for no more, or lies net--leeted
on the table, declines to plant
it, or gi TO any special attention to It.
Tlie Seit Island cottons liefore the
war, from the fine price paid fur it,
were planted with succens. But ow
ing to the imperfections of our system
of hdior, and to the prevalence of sev
eral tine, long, silky staple cottons in
the market, Die price dots) not justify
the South Carolina planter in raising
it any longer. As a crop it will cease
to M raised. The edict has gone
forth the rfirYfl have been promul
gated. The Peeler commanded, for two
years, a tiue price from 3t to :!0 per
cent, more than common Mexican
cotton. This year the price has de
clined, and it can scarcely be sold at
an advance of more than -ijier cent.
There are several other varieties of
line, silkv cottons raised iu greater or ! lating anecdotes, both racy and pun-
lew quantities -all swelling the bulk ' gent. Every community has its char
of tine cottons thrown upou the mar- j asters for "spinning yarns," and this ,
kct. The manufacturer m cs this, aud ' i by no means an exception Ui the
through his buyer he reflates the ; general rule. When they gut together,
prh-e of each. The poor planter, un- I he crowd diss, not lack for entertain
aide to hold his cotton, must submit i mnnf fuite up to the grave and comic
to the reduction, so loti; as be raises ; IK-rt'ormanee so frtsjiiently presented
n over .ju.iiitiiy of tine cotton, and ' uin the boards ot theaters ot cities
owes a balance lo liis merchant. j of much lurg-er growth than thei-ola .
Will tbi- tate of affiin ever cease? A ready ln would have eiuphiymeut
Tlie Peeler cotton has not itnUijed as i 'or a twelve-month in recording and
much to the acre as MWatiMd tlais I "epMfakg tlaWe for MhtteattOB and
wear; it has di-cllned iu price, and, w hen once preamted to the public, j
like the Masbslon of Isl7, it will soon I would come fully up to, if not surpass, I
Alisaiipoar from the cottouiield, and it ;" Mark Twain's " new bfHk In point
neither of the other fine varieties j of true merit. Here is a chants- for
ilk, Moina or Zep-ora an-em on raged some riter to biy the foundation to
by the manufacturer, they will cea-o ! a small lortune at least. A book of
to le platitCHl with care. I th s character would embrace many
The silk cotton sold ta-fore the war ' rich amvdotes never liefore piiblishefl,
for 100 per cent, more than common ! rtnd tar more readable than three
Cotton ; and since the war, lu lfs& a fotiHhs of those now attractively
crop sold in Liverpool Ibr to urceiit. j luiid iu muslin and for sale in the
more tljan ordinary cottons of same dook -stores tnrongnoui tne country,
grade; last year lor 4; pat BMtt, The I and w hich go off like hot cakes.
Moiua, raised by Mr. Echols, of Ueor- j A uimi hy the name ol Cole, while
gia, sold for from to to So ier cent, riding horseback along the river road
The iiepora. last season, stild for 111 north of this place a few days since,
jer cent. The silk anil Moiua are I during a heavy wind storm, a limb
each very fine staple no percept i- j """ a large tree fell, lotting him on
ble dinVreUiiC Vet one sold lor A) or I 'be head aud injuring Him so severely
U uer cent, more than the other be- 'hal he died sisin therearter,
me ciern ot tne weather is unitount
edlv on a siree, and drinking very
bad w hisky at that. He gives us :iil
sorts of weather in the same twenty
four hours from warm, pleasant, i
balmy spring, full of smiles and ca-
come out of 1 resss, to coin, icy nrecy.es, mr surpas--
I 'rum it. of il! '"f rigid sternness ol tno.se that
liale of cotton, or from forty to eighty
bushels of corn per acre, yet as mat
ters now stand, they are not consid
ered of sufficient value to pay the j
ta.ves thereon. And what is true of
the Linda of Mississippi county, is
equally true of nearly all the alluvial
lands bordering upou the Mississippi
river, upon either side, from Cairo to '
the Gulf. Verily, the savans of Con
gress tnd of the Legislatures of the
respective States of Missouri, Arkan
sas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi i
and Louisiana, shoukl put these im-1
portaut facts in their official piics and j
smoke them, until national as well as
State aid be extended in giving hill
and complete protection to these lands. I
The nation seeuu , to 'vo 'undsguf- Qa!breath Stewart & CO.,
ticient to pay $,non,KK for a very ; ' '
small interest in the north poleTwhllc No. II UNION STREET,
U Laaat -.ia vttat I. JIm Baaaa I I
""""attut-j stonewall Block. : : Memphis, Tenn.
proveiiienta uoeciiiig tne vnai lnier--st
of thousands of citizens who are
struggi'ng under the weight of heavy
national aud State ta.i-s! Is this po
litic? Is it just? Will the people
long submit to a system which is cal
culated to degrade and impoverish
then v Most assuredly not. lint, on
the contrary, they will seek a remedy
through the ballot-box , and elect men
to ollict who will heed their demands.
But I am no politician, and did not
take up my pen for the purpose of
writing upon the subject of national
or State politics; still, have thought
proper to call attention thereto, aud
urge the citizens of the Mississippi
Valley to agitate the quiwtion until
the aid asked for and so much needed
is forthcoming.
For the time being, we are experi
encing the annoyance and perplexity
arising from the irregularity of the
mails. The "Belle Memphis" and
" Belle St. Louis," our mail packets
owing to the low stag' of water ami
the course of the main channel in the
river opposite here, are unable to
land on their down trips, but as yet
have not given us the go-by as they
pass up. To remedy this trouble.
Postmaster Hart will make arrange
ments to receive the mail at a point
nlxmt a mile above here that is, in
case tho present low stage of water
continues any length of time, for we
are bound to have the mails regu
larlv. This is a great country for relieving
the tedium of the hour during these
rauiy days and long evenings, by n
Old Bra Neity, Barnum & Ca.,
265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT
STERLING SILVERWARE!
ECONOMICAL FUEL.
The Best
ASSETS :
Cash AttHi, :
Stockiioidtrs Notes Secures,
$179.1
I .u.f
u ta
(to Liabilities whatev
$329,182 12
ever, except aawaat
ecctaary ta Relaeare OvUtaBiiaf
Risks, say $25,000 00.
W. B GREEWLAWV JAMES ELDER,
President. Vice-Pre 't
J. A. SIMMONS, Sec y.
DIRECTORS:
W. B. oaiKsi aw, W. M. FAKRisoma. I
Jamch Kluer, C. W.Ootbb,
Jumr owaarvs, J a., . . s. ttacca,
OoS Kl UESR MAORVKBT.
Wa
a- It U with mneh plaanrc the Jianitaarn of thla Company tmlr t. Ita P.iiiey
ana in pai.n.- tr.iir rongra;man..n cn u eocca forth pat tao ;irt. It
tlon and rutaie p;nprt4. Fullcle lued on ail th lmprovwl plaa of l.u 1
refer th general pubUrto our policy holder.
XX. X3. X3TTT.TCT"B8Y. XI. Jf. WHITB,
Speotal A-seut. atuto A-gont for Ten
SOUTHERN LIFE
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
1. DtUAVDN.
J. il.s
W. U. WAIUI.
U. CAK.N.
- AM. THE -
FARGASON & CLAY,
Wholesale Grocers,
Cheapest Fuel
IN THIS MARKET!
'prtAT IT MAY UK MtiRK UflNKKALLY
1 Introduced us nil article of FUEL lor
housi'lt, Mil iur)ii--. Iht-
Memphis Gaslight Co.
Will con I Inn the sale of i OKK for two wk
at the very low price of
INSURANCE COMPANY,
DeHaven, Cross & Co.. General Office, 17 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.
GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
No. 412 NORTH LEVEE,
ASSETS 1st NOVEMBER, 1869, OVER - $600,000
o
Dividends to Policy-Holders, July 1, 1869,-40 PER CENT.
non
BT. XiOTJia.
BOAIU) OF DIRECTOnS i
MEMPHIS, TENXKSrtKK.
cotton factors, 0 Cts. Per Bushel,
330 Front Street,
J. LEE KINNEY,
Late or a Louis anil Vlckshnre Pjfkel o.
BJCM. W.CLAKK.
Lai Treaxurrr Mtmiphu ASi. LouU Pkt.l o.
FINNEY & CLARK,
Commission and Forwarding
MERCHANTS,
R C. BRINKLEY. Prrs't M. and L. R. R R.
W. M CHERRY. Prc.'t Ciiansbn-of CcKimerce
f. . WHITE, Pretiieat, M aad T R R.
AU0S WOODRUFF, Vice-Pre, t. Memphis.
F. S. 0AVIS. Pres't 1st Nat. Bank. Menakis.
C. KORTRECHT, Att'y-at-Uw, Menpaia.
T. A NELSON, Presiaeat, ajaafefe.
HUSH TORRANCE. Catioa Factor NeaptiU.
J. WELLER. Merchant. Memphis.
C. W. FRA2ER. Atteraey-at-Law, Memphis.
J. W. McCOWN, Merchant, Memphis.
N. A. PARTEE, Com. Merchant, Memphis.
C. C. SPENCER, President, Louisville, Ky.
10HN B. GOItDON, Presideat. Atlanta at -
ND (1ENKKAI. Pt HfllAMVO AOKN'TS.
is ll Hint tl :rll, C'oriniif rrl.1 .Sfr-t
corner of olive, sT. Lol ls, MO not
T. L. !.
Mt-iuphls, Tenn.
L. E. OvcEToy,
Lilt It Rock.
Terms Cash.
Memphis, Tenn.
w
E are now reeeivlng one of the largest
BQll Ot-st .C'lc. Itsl slocks Ol lOHKls It Kms
t ve-r octfii our p li-a.su r to Oder to 1 It trail,
and to flrat-claaa bnyer we are prepart-tl to
offer Inducement that cannot he sur passed,
tion sacks Kio Coffee all gradea ;
600 barrel Refined (Sugar all grade ;
SO hhds. Louisiana Hugar all grades;
500 packages .Syrups and Molasses aU
mmmms
100 keg English Soda;
I0 boxes K.nglish Rod;
1000 packages New Mackerel;
500 pa-ksgea Virginia Tolauvo;
50 barrels Kobin.snn County Whisky;
100 " Bourbon Whisky ;
100 ltcctined Whisky;
50 ' Teniieaaee White Whiaky;
100 lxixea Layer Rsmus;
So boxes assorted Nuti;
100 csi-es Sardines;
100 caaLS Brandy Cherries and Peaches.
For aale l.y FAROASON A CLAY,
e8 m Front Street.
At wt.irh rale It Is cheaper thau
PITTSBURG COAL
AT
Fifty Cents Per Barrel!
It Supplies Greater Heat, without
Smoke. Soot or Dust.
Try II, bp convinced, and
SAVE MONEY!
For Sale at the Company's Office, and by
Coal Dealers gnnerally.
mat
HIDES AND LEATHER.
ALDEN & OVERTON,
Gen'! Commission Merchants,
For pnrchae of Cotton, ant Hale of erery
i -,': .ii of Western Prodacr,
No. 57 Main Street, Little Ark.
9tT Refer to Th- H. Allots 4 n , Uuy, Mc-rir-llnn
4 Co., Mearhaiu A Tread well, BnMl
flelJ t lluaauei. s-J
JT. A. AUSTIN.
EVANS, GARDNER & CO.
IMPORTERS
Jobberi of Dry Goods, White Goods,
Notioua, Bto.,
Have removed to T.17, 539, 541 Broailway,
New York, a few door above Ht. Nicholas
Hotel. boys
BOOTS AND SHOES.
GOODBAR & GILLILAND,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
OFFIOBRS i
T. A. NELSON, President. BEN MAY. Secretary.
AMOS WOODRUFF, First Vice-Prest'. F. M. WHITE, Second Vice-Prwt.
C T. PATTERSON, Ass't Secretary. F. S. DAViS, Treasurer.
General
THOMPSON 8l CO.,
Agents for Tennessee and North Mississippi.
Great Commercial Alliance !
The Dry Goods House
OF -
A. SEESSEL & SON
Chas. O. Part k.
B. Fkaiyk il a ;t n t . r.
PARTEE & HARBERT,
Cotton Factors
axo
COMMISSION MERCHANT8
No. II Union Street,
MEMl'IUS, - - - TENNESSEE.
riNsiO.NMl:NT8 reietlully aollclted, I
upon which liberal Cash Advance, will
a made.
All t'l.tton conalEucd li as insnrcd, ualea
othorwUe. lntructed,
A fall supply of ttasslns, H-.n.- and Tie
isoisUully on hand. Careful altcntlou (Iveu
to IllllllE order of eveiy kind.
awr We have aecurisl the service of an ex
perienced cotton man to give eapeelaJ atten- 1
Hon to weltetiluc, nr. ) HamplttiE.
ed.tw I'AKTKKSll,
Having Compieted Arrangements with Parties in
SCHEIBLER & CO., BOOTS AND SHOES Manchester, Glasgow, Dublin,
tit- I
HATS AND CAPS,
FOREIGN GOODS,
SHOE FINDINGS
MAIN HTRKKT. W:BHTKR bLOCK,
Memphis, Tennessee.
AND MANfFAITCRKRH I IF
No. 203 Main Street,
The Highest Prices Paid for
HIDES, PELTRIES. BEESWAX,
TALLOW, WOOL.
1ARBERT.
N Hli U
citusc the Moiua was raised ami so'd.
iu Ueoriria, a (State that has more rep
utation lor tine cotton than any other.
Mississippi, Louisiana ami Arkansas
havino mamC in lor u.nititv, ami pro
line cottons, until it is U'licvcd tint
itnl line can
Hence, Dr
1!) frotal
tlallil.u.
Lowudes ctMinty, Miss(seipii, .t his sweeu o er fsewarti s Alaska nioun
ropol slik cotton to Liverpool last
winter, Hint realized ,r,J. or 10 tvnts
more jiei pound than lor his common
cot tun.
Now, u. ill the iminufanurer act fair
ly una encourage the priaiuclion oi
tains.
Tim latest out hero Ls this: Why is
the Mississippi river In-coming more
and more Immodest every dny lo
you jflve It up? BebMM it is ihhi-
tiititly exiKWiiij' the naMner of its
the plow.
Ma
npi-il c
pew ma
.l the i
Hei aoEoN aaerta
mniuiiw.n bapt
"!-::
Ihu! in Fuaianil
r-hurcbe r i-.iT I
n ,.a ... ttaux 1 ainrnsl ol
Li.iintht. country, flu- cburt-n
n t'ranclaco say that the day. ol
i):lsin, which doe liwt reisjali le u
Ivj i.. n a i hrtstlan at tue ii.t.ie oi In
it. e pulpit, are numrs-red.
t. e clip the a! . editorial from the
Ai PEAL, a political and aecular p.iperpuK
...bcl in this city. We know that on.- ol
ua editora I a Catholic, aim: Iter an Kpis
cipalian, alio, since their connection with
il . h ive i un Ihe. paper iu the interest of
ie.se two ect; we mean it general lu
ll u-lice has been decidedly auti-l'roloalaut
mid strongly Catholic. It haa been rear
led by Froleataut miniater a the oryau
lea iiljn.il
luent of it
aammmaa i
proh
the
high-l
patro
Ihili I
the last sentence of the obnoxious jjijr
:ie;raph as x.ressimr the truth. No
one would think of saying that IJ.ip
tists refuse to "reCl(rnizi., a Ptalo
Iwptist its a Christian" anywhere.
What the author intended to write Is
more likely to la' that "the days of
old latidmarkism, which does not"
admit "a Pedobaptlst at thu table,"
cic, "an- nunibored." That Ls the
only assertion which could have been
intended. And whether that aec.it iU
with the fact furnishes a proper ub-Jix-t
of denial or dispute, as well as t In
land, Baptists ' question whether other aturniations ot
w inai utidei i the par-.i-rapli were made as stated;
nwou'll'IIe w iUl hkn e ,,ave nthinK do.
i.-iunt semi 1 r. Oit.WKs should see that the Jlap-
He
should also take some slight caro not
to misreprcreut others, or tal.-ely and
unjustly impugn their moli ves, wlien
lie cniues to its viudk-atloii. While
he is "wise as a stTuent," we believe I
it is also a lesson of Christianity that
lie should lie "kaniiktH as a dove."
the best cotton, and give a living, as i 'sirs, inueri to the mortification and
the market is overstocked, or will thev ! annoyance of steamboat captains and
in turn run every fine variety out of' P'lots. Hut 1 presume it will he use
he market by their suicidal policy. j ""s-s to attempt to arrest the old Father
It woujd seem to nie that should an I "' Waters in his dutuammjij coursi, for
over-ouuntity of tine cotton be rai-ed 1inis' jusi what he has tloue for a
and thrown on tie market, it would thousand years or more. He is too old
have the etject yf cheapening thecom-' ,0 u,arn new tricks. WasmuHKK.
uo, hiiu mni ii wouai Is- ,: , u in . I
he reco,MHM limits f a " ' w,u" " ,r ln,K """,,iisn,.cu.
W e cannot think
i . niet, wn. un we regard as a
out a-e line-mini, isi.tti.il. oi writ in.
-i. ; s alsuder utMin the larat-at reliiiiou
tetiouiinatlon within the bounds of In
circulation, and among whom are inula
ludea of bis patronx; but if be cannot
shield hi Baptiat patron from the malice
of iiis Catholic associate, he certsialy
i-snniH expect his paper to retain the pat
ronage Of a people whose religion it as
sails. Whst ha. the Appkal to do with tho
principle or internal regulations of any
i -iiffluu deuotul nation, provided tbey in
fringe not upon the soclai, civil or politl
eai rights of luankiudr iiow U it that
1-...1 are eHuec.allv obnoxioua t.
the APJtAt.T Who revealed to It that j of Mississippi
A ww 'I vt. to the New York Even
ing Pus 1 itadieal) dys "Judge Dk.nt,
who is now here, still expresaea the
lellel that he w ill lie elect. si Governor
by twenty thousand
ttoits of baptised or iiuiMtpiised persons to I , . ..." . J
he Ird' Sut.jier or to the puipit were i lav ltri-iniure may will laufy tb-
X th Ameudmeiit by a large major
ity." In either event, therefore, Mis
sissippi will oley orders from Wash
ton arid vote the amendment, no mat
ter who is elected.
th vie tI nap-.i-is loucniog tiienu ,,,.,L-,r;i, i,..cs if his
supper or
any part of it huaiueea or mmjmmmmmBl
What means this met id autoes anaailin.-a.
. i ii. i ii-'" What 1 the olifect sought
to be at tattied what passion, prejudice or
pneat to be gratified by thia reiteration ol
a thousand titiiea reluled falsehood, ut
tered by lb reilgi-.-ua opponents sad etie-
mmai m HsptistaT
it is known by ail Intelligent persons
mat an irguiar oauiui wureuw, iroui . i4rcH lets laieti the eondilioii of
I,. J.IS nt InhTi lh. H.1,11.1 until nAW " tSUM Il ls las 11 trie 'OI1U1IIOII tI
have b. i:. ed, in i-nmiuun with all 1'n- ' ri Vers and mftnilceinent of coal di-alei s
teataou and LvUiolicsof later days, thai , ,n1M 4m. ,iplv ( Uu-i (or Ue city.
( I.ris.ian baptian. aaripturallv precedes , , " wvi
participation ..f ihi,ord's. Supper, 'liiey j n,rW ' 'he Keveml depositories, will
also have ),elieved and (io now believe ho exhaustisl witlitn seven ii vks
that iuimeralon is the act Which Christ I ,. , ., , .. . w . ,
comu.ll.ieauollAt..c(edJoW.t'rorrf, Meanwhile, the t)do maybe froze
in Me Ortek lanpuayt that mtane u. over, aud we mut reiv solelv UK)ll
22 W'tboorbur.; " Company,
a. .(.... a true believer in Christ u p'ortunatel v, i he conduct of the man-t?:.t&Tl-
corporation haw shown
lit v ure tnvttl. and lbr s declaraiiou of I lt.it it i- not soulless, jt has t ii- ,-iu-itujsjuct,
and not in order to t.in iiiem, i .1.. veoletl tt...se extraorilinarv
,oUow from these aiinple pretniae, thst I I 3 1 t"1 1 Atraominary
they must .so long as they are BaptUa fluctuations in the fuel market, which,
bold that no Christian, i. 1 ,-r holy, ha. iu former years, cursed Memphis and
any rigid to membership or .s.iiiiiainioi,. ! . , ,
,.r omce.BS premrher, Ut the church 0r!'ttrd,d the prrtsperity of the city,
thri.t. untd be has submitted to baptism ' Steadily aud ersistently the Mount
Zti?2u whU tbi'edUoHsfof'.t HrlK-Company havedelivered coal,
Art-Eat is simed, and "tba days" of in hot or cold weather, in rain or sun-
'aValre
not be the esse while the Baptiat dsstouii- ; 4"UtllUes of the fuel furnished have
nation exists. Ioa open communion been tested In fireplaces and furnaces
?irZ8 JSZ. ! -orywhere. approved. The de
ars renouncing as thwy do th fund- j tnand for Mount Carbon coal has
menial prlnolpie. of Baptiat palltw.rtrr rtteadily increased, and under the wise
at) is fact Bftnti. nor are thea in fellow : . .. ' "UUCT lnt w lse
. any more than ihe and liberal management of theaflairs
Catholic editor of the Appeal ta.
lore it no mote affects us as a
whether tney nounau or decay, I
.xfeetber the favorite "church " of tba
peaL prospers or avsauasa.
1 rm the briar and plain statement of
Baptist principles above, the reader eau
lUi.jirwai.iaiMir. ' utisri-oresetiiit
There-people
1 Ap-
of the company, as administered by
dipt. Pohtal, it will ulilmately.
to a great extent, roonoi,ii.
I to market, if the experience
of former years may guide
u. m wilh wkicii lu appeal point. Its " 7. j7 Tu . ,
paragraph. Bsptlau do ma my that a 1 have authority, the price of coal will
person 1 a fni whom they d-! he double durinff the next two or
be double during
the bitterest pangs of beggary when
person 1 ' o ihtohus ioiuiu iney Ue
. i.si. mine i.i.r.i u ur, . . I....
thev do say ubat in their eattu fie ii. iu.t ; three weeks. The poor would suffer
s. riot u rally auat-fleit to partake or It, be- '
1 i'...l.. . .A an lull.... . ;,
Kinlsropaliansattd Catlwlii. that no man shivering twude firetess hearthstones;
i-uaalified to praaoh catll ha Is baptiw.l. maledictions would be heaped upon
the Appaax, that tto oae, tacii or yet wealth woakl gioas over everv
enlafof Jj anJ ?lta
rh itutn ohsraater to Hw to whom and enriched speculators hoast ol their
they s.-i'ise th lorda tsappar. It is paas- ; deeds. Happily for Memphis the In-
in.raLEV ZEW U rests as well as indioatltin. of th.
that run ihe' n,(fuu depaiiiiieni of tue who manage the .Mount
1
:n. u eottoiis, inx-auso tne Rllll cottons,
even should they decline to price,
would stilt las better than the common
cottons, of more valuo to them,
and they could say we pre
fer the line cotton at middling
prices. The common cottons must
decline to the price ol low middling
lt j5od ordinary. For, lie assured,
Mr, in.,,. ,. whufVer you represent,
miles you do make u different, and
such a ditteretice as may lie rVlt in Ihe
priiv oi our tine cottons, you may
praise and blarney as much as you
please, down go the fine cottons.
Thert-;is butonesalvatiou for us that
this crop may jiay up the planters in-iiebt-dieas.
render him almost imlc
pendent of the mcrshqnt, and we hold
a planters' convention to regulate this
and kindred matters when we shnll
discuss topics relating wholly to the
planter. W. S. C.
Bold V ah, Miss., ,ov. 5, Ih'-.-i.
The suggestions of our comstpond
eut are worthy of the consideration ol
planters aud manufacturers. Greater
encouragement in prliv is now needed j
for production of tiue cottons than was
required iu former times, in const-- 1
ier,tT of the change in I he character
or labor. The finer i,u.i I itws require
more careful handling, and that can
only la- had from frccdmen at an ex
pense of a more considerable loss in
quantity picked out than was the case
with slave-labor, which could be more
exactly commanded by well informed
and skillful planters than now. lu
the bottom-lands, where the longest
staple cottons are produced, it was al
ways the case that the nice handling
was neglected, because the production
was too large to gather the whole crop
with the great care a to quality,
which the hill-laud planters, with
shorter crops could ali.ird, and yet
gather, during ihe picking season, all
they raiseik With full crops planted,
and m11 raised that planters can gather
in ,1 -lovenly wy, no greater at'ention
to nic.' handling can he expected
now thaq a consistent with
leaving no portion of the
matured crop in the fields. Hut plant
ers will never find it for their interest
Ui plant any but the best qualities,
unless, as in the case of the sea island
variety, they must pay the penalty of
a considerable reduction of the quan
tity produced, if, by the over-produc
tion of the finer qualities, their price
should be reduced, we do not aee, how -evur,
that toe w hole product of the
crop would be reduced, while the
quantity remained the same. We
suppose the instructions of manufac
turers to buyers as to price, as well as
the attention of planters to raising the
best descriptions and careful handling
at cotton, will both depend on supply
and demand, which is not to be touch
anVeted by any combinatlouM likely to
he made. It is more dinVult to pro-
auce high grade of cotton now than
before the war, and the quantity is
diminishing for that reason. Where
It ta raised exclusively by white labor,
planter would find It greatly for their
interest to plant only the bewt descrip
tions which they can also with most
certainty handle in the nicest manner.
DRY GOODS.
ir FoNTAiNK ASHBROQK & WHITE,
HILL, FONTAINE 8L CO BaeaessorstoUEo. Philler a to..
I1A LKUM I v
Hides and Peltries
Highest Cash Pi-h-ee. Paid for
Hides,
Furs,
Deer Skins,
Beeswax,
Tallow,
Wool, Etc.
Constantly on Consignment,
Great Sale
........ 1 Will i ifs,,-, HillA Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
' COTTON FACTORS
AND -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
326 FRONT STREET,
MFJIPniH. - - . TKNNRwtF.F.
HAVE for ale, anil keep constantly on
hand, a full aispOrUuebt, constating lu
part a roll iws:
Ml casks Bacon ;
901) barrels Mess pork:
1 . bartels Jowia .nd Hiimu;
JUU kegs Lar.l;
M hnlK. iHiuJjistiaaijgar;
3X1 sack Code. ;
SOD pkgs. Alolii.c -hhd., hl,l., htfa A qr.
HWJ pieces Kentucky llatftnim (M. a .M. fey.
pr, Li.niietnau, and J. A i. Flax.)
ton tons oelebrated " Arrow Tlea.'
601 keja Kslls-K.sorteil sines;
6w harrels Moor:
orth Carolina Uoe cut and croas rierrlng
1UU bbt. pure, siprs-r-ul .lilteil Wnisky;
lmi liairels reetlod Whisky;
ta barrel KoOliiHon County Whisky.
Calling your attention to the above, we re
sssctfQlly request a ooutluoatlon 01 yonr pa
tronage, a u a promise, by strict attention In
buMtesa, with the Interest id opt patmps
'V"" i, ..(...I in
II ILL, Kllf
We are now receiving our fall Mock, the
largest we have ever offered to the trade.
XmnASia will nn.l It to their Interest to
examine beiore baying. angll
LEATH E R -rdex..
MAMlFAtTCHKM OF
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
BOOTS AND SHOES
262 1-2 SECOND ST.,
East of Court Square, - Memphis, Tenn.
'I'HK best and most varied style ami qnali
1 ties of custom made Boole aud e-hoe
: constantly on luitnt, an.l with tbese the 1ms t
innuulaclured Uis.ts an.l Sh.s-s of the Ka-I -all
.1 the lowtttt p.e,sllle prl.-ea. K'17
New Firm -New Goods
SOUTHWORTH & THAYER,
BTniOTIiY
WHOLESALE DEALERS
is
Boots, Shoes & Hats
199 Main St.. Memphis.
Jas At ooiiipctlitg prices with any other
Market. Goon) Sold o.nlt to Mkb
chants. Satisfaction guaranteed in er- j
ery in.stanca. sc.ioilA w
Harness, Bridle, Skirting and 1869 BOOTS & SHOES 1870
Sole Leather,
ADAMS STREET. JOSEPH 8. LEVETT 4 CO.,
Between Front Row and Water St., j
tel MEMPHIS, TENN,
Lyons, Brussels, Belgium,
For the Manufacture and Immediate Exportation, to Order, of such Goods as
c.ii.i daw
INT A INK CM.
i). B. THOMAS.
B. F. UR08
Dress Goods ! newton ford & co., thomas & gross
WHOLESALE
Grocers, Cotton Factors
trie- Oldest Shoe House In Memphis),
Defy Oompetitlon,
j Hespectfully Invite fiealers and Planters to
call and examine oar new stock ta-fore pur-.-!..,
lug. JOH. a LKVKTT A . u
seS OQQ Main, corner Union s i,-. t.
Hosiery ,
MANCHESTER. J
Merinos.
Irish Linens.
Table Damasks,
Napkins and Doylies, DUBLIN.
Towels and Towelling,
Irish Poplins,
of Pim Bros. & Co.
Cheviot Cloakings,
Galashiels Tweeds,
GLASGOW. Barnsley Damasks,
Scotch Diapers,
Paisley Shawls.
Silks,
Satins,
Gloves,' LYONS.
Handkerchiefs,
Corsets.
Laces,
BRUSSELS. Embroideries,
Veilings.
Feel Fully Prepared
Menken Bros.
WILL OPEN
MONDAY
XEftli Inst.,
A LINE OF
FRENCH POPLINS,
At 25 Cants per yard.
POPLINS AT 25 CIs.
ALSO, A NEW LOT Of
Arabs at $5 00,
Arabs at $5 00.
MANUFAiTRl KKS or"
-AXii-
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
17 UNION STREET,
Lee Block.
LEATHER
MEDICAL
Choice and Elegant Goods
AT
AND DKALEU3 IN
Memphis, Tenn. Leather & Shoe Findin's
llteaN,Arfer0fM,rIa'oo,e".,;ia, F.n 4 Domestic Calf and Kip
Skins, Tannsrt' and Curriers'
lng from September 1, 111. The style ol the
nrni :n ruiure win ihs siultli. .si.-el a t o.
September It, IMS. MM IT II A HRU.
Also, a Large Assortment of
10-4 WHITE BLANKETS
AT $4 00 PER PAIR.
Also, wilt exhibit a Superb Assort
ment or
Hosiery, Gloves
AHD
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
NEW FIRM.
Iamrs H. smith, late of Hmlth A Bra.
Thisl V. Nrrl, late of Payette coanly, Tfnn
tiso. W. HSITB, late of Aniith A Bro.
SMITH, NEEL & CO.,
WHOLESALE
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
V S I)
General Commission Merchants
No. 7 MONROE STREET,
Bet. Main and Front, Mempiib, Tenu.
av- I'onsianments respectfully solicited.
Order for Bagging, Ties an.l Plautatlott Sup
plies -hi im-.-.i at lowest market rate.
Tools, Tanners' Oils, Etc.,
366 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
sr Cash paid for Hide, and Leather In the
rough. a IS
HARDWARE.
Ed. i. Taylor,
or BeSoaaUa- Miss.
'. C. Kitusu,
Ol I leap!) Co., Mis'.
TAYLOR Sl RUTLAND,
WHOLHSALE AND RETAJI.
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AXO
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
NO. 304 FRONT STREET,
Mosby and Hunt's Block. - Mr. phis. Tun.
aw" fnuslgnmeuts solicited. anglS
M. L. Mkachax.
a. Tdkacwill
8cial Induanmonta to
WHOLESALE BUYERS
AN0 MERCHANTS.
Meacham & Treadweli,
Wholesale Grocers
COTTON GINS!
ALLISON BROS,,
S. ! L' .i,i,i...,it
E. CARVER & CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
v., i lnLL.it l.f. DKALLKS IN
HARDWARE
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc..
270 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE.
pLANTKItH or merchant .lealgning to pnr
a ciis.se ion isiniis win
Try Dr. Guilmette's
EXTRACT OF JUNIPER
IT Is
brat
su in fu -ion of the berries of the ceie-
bratert risllan Juntoer. in the best oualliv
of gin. hii i is superior to all olherreluedteafor
Disease of the Ki.tueys,
Debility of Stomach and Bowels,
Catarrh of the BlsJder,
Brick Dust Deposit in L'rine,
Cholic,
Dyspepsls,
Flatnlaaey,
(Iravel,
Pmaaraa,
And all Diseases of the I'rlnsry Orgsns.
For sale by
W. N. WILKCRSON 4 CO.,
Wholesale Drnrglsts,
OCT B40 M ..in SI., 'Urlliplils, Teun.
A. SEESSEL & SON,
259 Main Street, Opp. Court Square
COMMERCIAL HOTEL?
CORNER JEFFERSON AN0 FRONT STS.,
IBS" OENTHAIt I".U.T OF OIT Y
)3y M. ALLEN, PROPRIETOR.
TO THE AFFLICTED.
DR. J. B. SCARBOROUGH
HAS ;i.AUi.tnny liuvilrtl In Mrupttlii, nnd
win Irenit ch hon it DinKASKs ui evwfy d
ertptlon. For Wncrcai IHaefk tie htv mu
liirALUBLK srn im thai r, in t n fVfry
vt"Usit of the dtfteaW, willnmt trlv iiig trit t -cory.
Thoe flutlVjitiK with cONM'jimon or
MKDH I.A he e-M'U.ly tnvltr H it , ul! tlium
Ktveof ills treutmeiit, fesslliig lussare!, i did
t-rpsfrtenr-, Ihnt ti hn ttocQyem1 the reirir1
dJcK a Vt--rcifuJ 'rti UUmtie tit j-rovldt i for
thesar foriiihtavlih- and ni htirft ciimUtere1 in
iirabtr diArSfA. I.Hdle-i natrlri wtth rft--.
a.--. p tiilar to their -h x HU-H-t Afuti ti i.
cd. All eoniinuntcati'in h lette i-tuuiu'
nwer:a. OflUt- : lSi-t-ijud rt., l)p-lAlm,
mind that we
VKR 4 00."H
The Bnequaied beauty
lo weJl t bear Id
are Hole Vgentu for M K. t'AR-
DRUGS, ETC.
a R0
ma Q
W8T PREMIUM JL
ur a aiLvaa mrol ty
mt BAHKETrs HAIR HtSTORAIIVi: A
T s, s a. Sim. .te. m,,,, tmim . sgs
a... SsaTmasvma "
BAHRVriTH
Vegetable Hair Restorative
amor Onj Hair l fu mftnrmi rakr Ft..
. "4 Vassal tmc gTttt A Um llar Cmmmmmm mZ JW.
rt rtoitsani-is-rsr"
. a.ou,i.M-s. l..wwnS"A?S
Jkv u. Rik r sZi XT
j. R. Barrett 4 co. ProprUitor:,
aaseaxsTiia, r. g.
O. WATID efts J3HO.,
Wholesale Agents, Memphis,
mr- For sale br all re I drumtt.t.
PROPOSALS-PROPOSALS.
CARPETIN6S, ETC.
PROPOSALS.
f the staple of cotton
ginned on these well known Uln Stand, the
nahtnex of their Improved running gtr, in-
crauaetl ylelJ of 1U5.L and many other ae
i knowledged advantage, make them more
1 desirable thin in former years, when, as now,
! sissy were ths favorite. jy.
COTTON FACTORS,
NO. 9 UNION STREET,
i Stonewall Block, Memphis, Tenn.
Menken Brothers w
MILLINERY.
fully
3S3
sl.K-k Of UKDCKKIrX
Cstrbou
There x 46,,4Vi Free Masons In the
L nited Stftta..
Corner Main and Court.
noli i.u
in-Roods were shinned St Very low rates ol
ireitfni, una we oner ttieiu to the trade at low
prita. fall and ctauiiue.
SUVHpis-ial attention given r the sale of
Lotfon. 1.11.1 e.insitrhi.-ients sidtniie.1. aeiVdaw
NOTICE.
A LL neraonaara hstsby niatlmiia i
a vrKiuiit; ror eleven
pro
If You Should Chance to Visit Helena. Ar
kansas, go to ths
WHVITjIj bouse,
You
sqaare
St
llunrr ,,i ... t .mb, ,,f Pneter an.l 1 't., . .Isulu
-nn es. n, itnUKt iteptemir ai. lane, made by . will get a nrst-clais drink, a okkI
ue un ierslanist, payable lo me order of men! and i .me IsnL V.Hl will find
-. ,nr,,s"eis, i, respectively, .1, 4, 5, il. w . T. Kjei- nenimi Hi. counter, M L. Mash m
,,, Hi, II and 12 mouth Irom date. Ii., the dining-room boili ever ready to ssaste
cou.tderallon ht.vtnfc tjeen received tor said 1 rut com forts but aad tael tin maul via
botes the aamsvlll not be paid. home. Jakerlrenuer tten.i io the culinary
A. M. SMITH. 1 depsrttnsot.C, k.; l.C Wslis, Steward. m
FALL FASHIONS
AT
Sonthern Emporium of Fashion
XkCras. AS. O. IITjrT33X
a- Desires to call the attention of her lady
frtends and the public to the fact that she 1
NOW RECEIVING HER FALL STOCK
Of the latest style of Ullllnery, Fancy Good
and novelties In DULSa TRIMMISIJ.
ma Die and Cloak Making, la all It
branch, at Bft7 Main strseL aU
DIRECT IMPORTATION
OF
Perfumeries, Drugs
Aim
OQISMIOAZjS.
THEODORE HOERNER,
54 and 56 Seal Street,
Corner of Second.)
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST.
mm- QDAHTTTATIVK ANALYSER rasde
and written report famished.
aVHavlUK made arrangement with Parl-
stau and Oeflllliu tiotises I ate. . .
- ; - e.-K-...i" dnrt In it t.r
FI KUIT A Sit PI ,' WW. I Sth. the new Ivee.t old Town break.
&rV nmmtwtonerPubtir Work,
nntl l,ui nuil 7,mm.- sti
Lltri.R UoTR. Ilclolier IS laaS
SKALED PKOiUHALS will be received st
tolsomoe, or at A. K.CHKfiTKim sTt-'BE,
in Helena, Ark., to be delivered within one
month rrom th date ot thla notice, for the
oDowlnK LEVEE WORK, io be done In Phil
lip louuiy, Arkansas, vis:
1st, From the Hlils above Helena to the od
per line of the Williamson place, repairs, It
I'd. From the UDuer end of the Wlilbunsoii
place, to Yoe's Bayon, break sad repairs, tf
.uy.
kl. From Yoe's Bayou to Old Last on the
Apperson place, including new Levee, and
repair. If any.
4th. From liie Junction of the new Levee on
me ApiM-rson place, iiiuiu town ureas, iu
t iuoihk ori'ui; ami rcpims.
6LEN ECHO MILLS,
GERMANT0WN, PA.
MXailum, Crease & 9toan,
MitnuTacturers, TiuportHrs and Whule
aJe De alers la
CARPETINCS
Oil Cloths, Mattings, Etc.
both of oar own and raMier makes, as wen aa.
s larye asnrimer.t of Furelau Hoods.
WAREHOUSE,
No. 509 CHESTNUT STREET,
Opposite the State Hoase,
eerK 3F 1 larl o 1 rr 1J
CANDLES. OIL AND SOAP.
lavrters Prices.
Prescriptione Carefully Prepared.
srONHASD,t large Mock of Toilet and
Fancy Articles. Brushes, Sponges, etc., etc.
Trade RBvarJJli
NOTICE.
TWI IX apply, at the December Term of on
Hbejhy Lonnty Court, for a coaarmatloa
ol my settlement as the Administratrix of
the estate of the late Dr. Zeiio T. Harris, de-
6th The Culvert for new Levee lu old Town
III HSR
Plans ami specifications can be seen at this
office, or at A. K. Chester's store, la Helena.
ArKaaaa.
Proposiil-i for new Levee, aud for repairs
to old Levees ain't state the amount i. r cu
bic yard, lor east) kind of work separately sar
wttlcli the work will be doue.
Toe work to be completed hy the flrst day of
Anrlt aw
vino I ami snfflcieui seeartty will be rciulr-
ed for the faithful performauiM ot the work.
BENJ. THOMAS,
ConuslssloBer.
Oonen, ifrtraa. Art, aovt
BUY THE BEST
STAR CANDLES WASH If, 6 SOAP
Manafaetard hy
Cornwall & Brother,
LOUISVILLE, KY.,
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
These Candles Have no Supertot
For Burning Qualities, and are
Oarorully TjayoiaVfattsc
Dill'
Chance for Making Money.
WSJLT a!"W maaims mar tmiisil a
Bates sia, on Uia MlsKaaiupi andtsn
nassm Hallroad. To any one w 1-n !n lo com
.' busine, we would s: oar anuUl as I
well aelected otis t of Dry Uuoda
AT COST AND CWNMF
would reSrr to
Mr.
For farther Information we
W. i. Hanlta, with Jterfkam Bros..
-ees,
e.

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