THE MEMPHIS ZDAIJLY
THK DAILY APPEAL
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KEATING. BMMM CO.
F. A. TYLEIi, -
THURSDAY MORNING, : : IAN. 20, 1870.
We ham that it has been the habit
of tfefl pottos, when making arrests Jor
trifling Offences, if they found a gentle
man unfortunate enough not to have
the requisite forfeit money, to lock
him up fcwlhwllh. but first compelling
him to sulimit to be searciied. This,
we tjv informed, has been done here
tofore by negro turnkeys, and that the
more worthy the gentleman the more
rudely lie lias usually been treated' by
these dark-colored, brief authority
turnkey-. If any of them still haunt
th- rttn;ii)iihou-(vi we hoe they will
be dismissed immediately.
Col. Leon Tkoisdale, who for
ten y-r-ar- was one of the principal edi-
ton of the Appeal, and who has
iu public life in Tennessee for
tw-.iity years, is a candidate for the
office of County Trusteu, su bject to the
approval of the approaching County
Convention. Without seeking in any
way to disparage the claims of gentle
man who are or may be opposing can
didntes we may be permitted to e.x
presi ourselves favorably of an old
friend anJ former co-laborer who has
doocj aa much in his life-time to up
held and maintain the integrity of the
leti.ocrutii- party as any man in the
State. His kindness to thousand-. and
his multitudinous press favors when
in a way to dispense them should,and
uodouU will, be remembered in his
favor. This is the first time Col.
Tito. sitAi-i: has come before the peo i
pie for office. Be the fact remembered
to his credit, who has co-operated in
the election of Democratic office-holders
for more than twenty years.
The HwhaiiW Tax bill has finally
pfcs.-y.-d, and the Memphis merchants
propose to have a jubilee on Monday
next. J: i-. a matter of congratulation
to the whole public. Our merchants
cair" now ODanpete with those of Louis
ville and St. Louis. Heretofore the
iaWame tax baa prevented their doing
so, nd those cities have leen able
to Und' BMfl them. They can do so no
longer. The people will now get
fOi d- at lower prices. Business will
incnast-, and merchants be influenced
M in and invest here, t'ommon
M : legidatkm is belter for the mer
ehantH, the people, the cities and the
H ' To tax incomes, instead of
capital, is to discourage enterprise and
the use of capital. To do that Ls to
de-truy and prevent the creation of
commercial emporiums. DmN pursuit-
demand premiums instead of
(UdGMngMMaft by onerous taxation.
No wonder our merchants are re- j
j'i- ii g. i'he whole city should re
j 4oB with them. The day is breaking.
To-uiorrow the sun wUl rdiiue out.
The MMMfcrjr merchants may now du
pHfMte in Memphis' any bills which
can U- .-.old iu the Western cities.
It is charged that the election of
O'Do.xxei. (and perhaps others) by
the City Boards was "Mc print of
.Ioijnp's election.'' We understand
that ' Dos nei.e was an opponent of
JoHNaoN lr the Mayoralty. Besides,
.Ioh.j.v refused to indicate a single
::ioint!iieiit or nomination, at any
m.u idl i. in. i In ;ore his election. He
iiti ,i- - I. Hi w.i- perfectly bare, with
out a name on it. It is a singular fact
taatO'Do.N El. l. should be the autago
uint oi Johnson in the election, anil
yet be nominated by JoHNsoN as "the
price" of Johnson's election. By re
tiuiui to make known a single nomi
nation he intended to make, Mr.
JCaSMMM uvailed himself ofpio man's
popularity during the canvass, and
went intw ofllce on his own merits.
The press and the people should now
aid him to the utmost. We care not
what may be the qualifications of a
city otiocr. he cannot so well dis-
lmrte his duties, ii he is not cordially
sustained in his efforts to serve the
city. Something more is required
than that he should have a lair chance
aud be let alone. Mr. John.-ox is
now nil the Mayor we have, and the
bt we could get. If we wish well to
the city . we hall now uphold his
band with all our might. Lt joint
effort?! win prosperity, which divided
counsel" will mar, though we make
the let selections of otlieers in t la
world. Tnc final solution of the problem
of thij reof.rtstrut-tion of the Southern
BUUn, u likely to be m indefinite a
work as the revonstruction cf Ireland,
wbieh baa been in progress for eiKbt
luibdred years. Georgia was not more
thau reslur - o her place in the
l. iiiou than 8be was ruthlessly thrown
out BKmia, and by the votea of Um
ver men who had previously do
i-lausl by solemn reolutioit that she I
liud titisiicd all demands of the Fed
:ral Congress, had put herself in full
accoi i with the spirit of the age (i. e.
BadiiWliwrn), and was therefore en
tithd to lull fellowship In the sister
lio .ii oi Males. This last outrage, de
nouu?ed as such by even Iladical Re
publicans, in to be followed by oi.e
htill more extreme, whereby Tennes
is ir to be given over to the brut
force, ignorance and cupidity of the
negrces, and fl few whites whose
easy conscience reconciles them
to a cmplete herding with the
dagndad and inferior race. Bt;x
liCTLEit, the Beast, forever iii
btmoMs on account of his thefts and
brutalities in New Orleans, has solved
the problem of how to do this, and
propose to reconstruct Tennessee by
nieune of the XI Vth Amendment, the
passa,re of which was obtained by
ftirce, fraud and infamy. He has in
troduced a bill, which has been refer
red to the Committee on the Judiciary,
which recites in the preamble the 3d
asittion of article 11 of th Uonstitu-
I ion d isfranch isi ng certain participants
in the rebellion, etc. The first section
f the bill provides that all acts, legis
lative, executive or judicial, performed
by any person or persons laboring un-
ler the disabilities mentioned in thi-l-reumble,
shall be null and void, and
of no binding effect. Section two pro
vides that no bill, resolution or prop-
osition, passed upon bv anv eonven-
tion or Legislature, where "the name
was voted on and carried by the votes.
, , ... .
of persons who were laboring under
.hese disabilities, or either of them,
mentioned in the preamble to
ihis bill, .-hall have any binding
effect; and upon the petition of any
citizen of the State to the Judge of auy
Federal or District Court of th United
Stale-, holding the court or residing
i ii t be State where the redress is sought,
lie shall take jurisdiction of the sub
j3Ct matter and slial.' issue his warrant
to the Marshal of the district where
the complaint Is made, commanding
the parties who are charged to have
aided in the violation of article H. sec
tion 3, of the Constitution as aforesaid,
and of the provisions ol this act, to
appear before him and show cause why
the act coniplaiued of -hould not be
declared null and void; and if any
officer, legislative, executive or judi-
cial, shall be deprived of or prevented j
from exercising the function of his j
office by virtue of any bill, act or reso- j
lution passed by the votes of any per
sons who were laboring under the dis
abilities mentioned in the preamble to
this bill, or if said officer be deprived
or dispossessed, as aforesaid, by virtue
of any proposition emanating from
any convention claiming to be a
convention to alter, amend or abolish
a State Constitution, anil submitting
the same to the people for their ratifi
cation or rejection of said proposition,
which was passed by those disquali
fied by the fourteenth arti'le, section
live, of the Constitution as aforesaid,
the person so deposed -hall present
his petition to the Judge as aforesaid,
setting forth all the lacts in the case,
and the said Judge shall proceed to
investigate the matter, and if heshall
find the facts as set torth in the peti
tion to be true, he shall reinstate such
officer immediately; all bills and res-
olutions signed by any person claim
ing to sign the same as speaker or
president of any legislative body,
when by law the same is required to
1m1 -o sisnied before thev become law.
if the Dcrson so sitrnins shall be la-
1-oring under any of the disabilities
i .u u, ,
mentioned in the preamble to this
bill, the same shall ha null and void
and of no binding faVM or effect, and
-hall not be rece ved in any court
where the same may be offered.
It remains to be seen whether the Ju
diciary Committee of the House will
endorse this stringent enactment.
For ourselves we favor the opinion
that it will, tiadinjr jnstiiication for
our belie! in the statements time aud
again iterated from Washington that
. ' ,J . .1 V 1 I J x .
nuuimuug wouiu eenainiy oe none ui
-atify the demands of the persons
who misrepresent the State in thf i
National Lei-lature, a id who recent
ly petitioned to have her remanded to
Radical rule and ruin.
The lioin'it Qamttt, speaking of
the service rendered India by the new
Indo-Hussian telegraph line, gives
some specimens ot Reuter's London
di-patches, which have been reeaived
at Bomlwy. This is one:
" f ffflnmMTIh il Mm alomon
titussjilts barouids enwlord leftuied
coionciay anotiier agrtaotan assassina
tion ireland caracton buiuiy rtthtrlh
Here is another:
" l!nh. ii isow clarundas al ounher- j
al asssoeiation lord been on continent
head opportunity collect ired opinions j
sisn person- who exercis.'ooinions n j
Itestiwos llurope and believe at no'
nine since pmniam ausman puitii e
isted lavar DMH pant luoiite uiouei
meiil blfsisin peiice."
The sjieciaiens abi ve given prove the
entire fitness of RnTTSB for a union
with our American Associated l'nsss.,
which furuisties us daily i " hash" of
news scarcely less execrable and stu
pid than the" telegrams" given above.
Our agent at Louisville does not em
ploy the "Indian jumble" of Br.i tek,
but he strains every nerve in an ap
proach to it, by sending us Everything
but the full reports from Washington
and Nashville, which we deem would
be most aseful to us, and acceptable to I
Tn facts of the killnij,' of the jour
nalist NoiK, of l'aris, ly I'rince
Pierre Boxaiakti have lieen
placed before our readers. An event
so likely yet to lead to trouble in
I Paris is not witlmut interest to our
! people. So far, the evidence is on the
side of BuN.WAKi B, and ni.tny of the
conservative journals of the I'ulted
States, as w II as those of Europe,
have jusiilied him in the homicidal
act which has brought only trouble to
him and the Trench Im.yerial (Jov
ernment. The man Hocheiort, the
I etlitor-in-ehief of the "new daily, the
.firsi i!tir, who was the instigator of
i the unfortunate affray, has for a year
past, in the Luntcrnc and the Mar
st iiluite, matle the most oliscne and
i brutal attacks, not only up-au the Km
ptnt N A FoLEOX, (who, as all the
world knows, i- vulnerable), but uion
the Empress Eicuxie, a woman
whose purity, whose charities, and
vthiise goialatss has endearetl her to
j the French people. This " Irrwon
tfilable," as he Ls styled, has gone so
, far iu his coarseness and vulgarity as
to question the legitimacy of her son,
j the Prince Imperial, has charged that
J lewdness is onw of her eb.racteristi?s,
and has (pit- Honed her honest v to Iht
husband. From this be has gone on to
j a jtersonal attack upon other aud even
distant members of the Bos.U'Aurh
family, among them Prince Piekue,
, who challenged this disgrace to j ur-
naiism.this KocuEX)itr, who envied
out of (ho dilemma of surreinleriu"
the name of the contributing etlitor
who, no doubt, "wrote to order" the
article complained of. This gentle
man took up the matter, and sent a
note to Prince PHKU with the fatal
result to X'uiu, one of the friends of
i the editor and bearer of the
note. While it may be ques
! tioned that BoXAi'.utn; should have
visited his vengeance upon Noiu
and his companion, there can be no
doubt that he would have been fully
justified in killing Rocuefokt on
j sight. By doing so, he would have
( relieved journalism of a disgrace,Paria
j of a brutal ruttian.and t he world of one
I in the form of a mail, who by his per
sistent .ant indefensible attacks ujwm
a won i ; 1 1 1 , tuts placed hlmnr If tmyuud
the pah- oi l niolic sympathy, no mat
ter what may be hi political U-
With the recent annexations and
filling in of the Back Bay, Boston
now covers rio7 acres; ew Vork
islaud has an area of ll.uou acres.
1 1 WW 1 1
Liu mum hit- fjone to Culu.
The Kin of Sweden is to lecture in
l isk had Beecher's waes raised to
The question now is, is Shappe the
i - , . ,
Jfg? Greely wanto Cook to have
. .. .J. A,
John Jourdan is the great Gotham
, , , ' . Washington
( ien. Lee's college has 2i professors
and M6 cadets.
George Cruikshank is in his seventy-eighth
Cook has scalded himself with the
tears of repentance.
Mark Twain is reported to be worth
S.50,000, all made by his pen.
Prim has begun to transfer his
funds to the Bank of England.
Sumner has turned financier. That
settles the public debt in a lump.
Bergh, the philanthropist, is after
the men who shave their horses' and
One hundred and twenty-two per
sons over seventy years old died in
j Providence in 1 siVj.
Mrs. Lander's performance of
yueeti Elizalteth is favorably noticed
by the London press. t
Victoria has just received a hand
some tiger and a box of diamonds
from the Cape of Good Hope.
Old Iiawrence P. Hair, chief the
O-ages, died on Christmas. He had
been chief about twenty years.
Lizzie Mahan, daughter of a vete
rau New York reporter, has made
her debut on the stage in burlesque.
Col. William Diehl, the oldest na
tive inhabitant soldier of the war of
1M2, died in Pfitsburg, Pa., on Fri
day. Samuel Hoar, on of Attorney-General
Hoar, is soon to marry Miss
Laura Wis, , one of the belles of Balti
more. Father Hyacinthe is reported en
gaged on an "essay entitled the "The
Role of Religion in Democratic Socie
ties." Porter is consulting; the tailors on
another change of naval uniform, in
stead of confining himself to mortar
The parricidal Prince Imperial is
said to have executed his mother's
i bttst and hung his father's picture in
! his room
Gen. Beauregard has invented uia
; chinery for propelling cars and boats
! by overhead wire or rope, with sta
' tionary power.
le Lesseps Ls writing his own ac-
count ot the Suez Canal. He
to have one of his accounts, at least,
' on the right side.
Dr. James Prince Lee, Bishop of
aiCMwr. (tne.;, since the creation
! of the See, in lsiS, died on Christmas
' live, at the age of 05.
Bochefort, havihg fortified himself
WHO a mess ot irogs, has put on his
war aint and continues to brandish
his tomahawk at the Bonapartes.
I Gen. Grant is deaf to the entreaties
: of Mrs. Sherman on behalf of her
j brother, Qm, Kwing, who wants tore
main at the Hague until next spring.
David and Annie Watkins, who
uvea togetner as man and wife lor
years, died last week at
Warren, Mass., and were buried in
Hon. Chad. O'Connor, of New York,
is ret eivinj? groat attention from the
pn'lates and othe r high dignitaries at
EtOMMl He had a sptvial reeeption
from tlio I'ope.
Henry Ward Beeeher says that al
most every scraie into which he ever
foil has been in consequence of at
tempting to befriend some unpopular ;
i':iuso or some unfortunate man.
Samuel Chandler, Esq., father of
Senator Chandler, who died at his
residence in Bedford, N. H., on the
eveaiac if the 11th inst., was K
yi ar-, 7 mouths and M days old.
Uen. liobert E. Lee and some of the
Trusted! of Washington College will I
attend the funeral of Mr. IV'abody,
by invitation of the Committee of I
Arrangements, in Peabody, Mass. i
Mr. Gilbert Rhett, formerly aide-de- !
camp on Oen. Stouewall Jackson's
staff, is to be married, on the L'Oth
itist., to Mrs. Bailey, of New York
city. The wedding will take place on
B belt's plantation in Virginia.
Hon. Bobcat C. Schnnck, ol Ohio,
is the "Father of the House." He
entered it in 1843, mad (having been
out from 1S-M to lSti-5 is now serving
his eighth term. It is time he WM
reprieved; but then he is such au old
Bishop Chase, of New Hampshire,
although feeble from illness, attended
tlie Episcopal church in Clareiuont,
N. H., on Christmas, and stated that
it was the sixtieth Christmas consecu
tively on which he had been present
Napoleon, besides his own box at
the theaters, has also a toge de service,
used by the household and distin
guished foreigners; for these he pavs,
at the Grand Opera, t-'O.IKH) per year:
at the Opera Comitpie, Itahens and
Era Urals, IMOOeaeh: Gvmnase, tSOOO:
OdflOB,aiM. At the "other theaters
he pays lw a box whenever he goes
Lady Harrietts C'owper, widow of
Cooat d'Orsay and wife of the Hon.
Charles Sieneer Cbwper, htts just died
in Paris. She was a daughter of the
famous Lady Blessiugton, ami her
s a ration from Couut d'Orsay sojn
ala r iiuwriage was attended w'ith cir
cumstances which involved her moth
er in very ugly scandals.
THE ADVAXlIXt; ELM ALE.
The best parlor game courting.
Wyoming now claims one thousand
lion. Mrs. Yelverton passed through
Salt Lake City last week.
Harriet Hosmer's estate foots up
one hundred aud fifteen thousand
Middy Morgan is the femalrt who
reports the cattle-market for the New
Kllen Wood is the pretty little dam
sel a ho w rites shorthand for Henry
In Bufialo, about nightfall, may be
seen several young women acting as
A bill has been introduced into the
New Mexico Legislature, granting the
right of suffrage to females.
King Louis, of Bavaria, intends to
marry his mistress a young actress of
great neauty ami mue talent.
A yuiing Kentuekian has literally
" goue back ou " his family by uiarrv
ing his grandmother's sister.
Vermont ladies think the divorce
laws of that State need tinkeriug.
That is because they break them too
A Tennessee girl, in order to make
a sure thing of it, allowed two young
men to take out a license tomairy
A young married lady attempted to
choke herself recently because her
husband had been out for two nights
after 1 2 o'clock.
In spite ot Isabella's denials, there
is said to be no doubt whatever that
she took the Spanish crown diamonds
with her to Paris.
Chicago statistics show that the di
vorce fever is at iu hight among the
wives in July, and among the hus
bands iu November.
Chicago has a fresh divorce case, in
which a wile of only one day'sexperi
eoce is plaintiff. She declares that
her lord abuses her shamefully.
The ParisTrefect of Police received
last year over two thousand applica
tions for permission to open tnuivms
de tolerance (houses of ill-fame.)
The statement that Miss Anna E.
Dickinson is about to take charge of
that tiery aud altogether woteutous
little journal, 'Jhe devolution, is un-
The telegraph strikers arc vehement
in their praises of the female operators
who have tumfiiUy stood by them
since the inception of the trouble.
" Frou-Frbu," the New York Post
tells, is the slang for the rustle of a
silk drcs.-. When surreptitious, it is
said to le charming on a frau.
Olive Logan is disgusted with the
female Oneida Communists, and says
they make tongs of themselves.
What in the world does she mean?
The girls of Gloucester, Mass., got
up a dancing party the i ther night,
to which they invited their gentle
men friends, and then paid ail the
The buildings for the Girl's Indus
trial school at Middietown, Conn., are
i.i-i approm-iiin coiupiei ion a no me
school will open with a few scholars
some time this month.
The Boston Post says: " Two of the
blonde burlesquers had a rwgular set
to on the tars between Chicago and
St. Louis." Perhaps it was only a
settee in the sleeping car.
A lady who is canvassing for a book
in Vincennes, Ind., took umbrage at
an article iu one ol the papers there,
and interviewed the editor with a re
volver. He said he didn't mean it.
They publish glowing statistics in
York," Pa. Here is a specimen : "Mrs.
Eliza Metzel has laid out for burial
during the year, Croat January 1, 1
to January I, IsTo, 90 adults and '
children, making in all 117 persons.''
Tne Paris police is trying to find
the photographer who got up the full
length naked portraits of the Empress
Eugenie. Thousands of them have
been sold within the last few weeks.
Miss Lucille Western has shocked
Boston as Xaney in Oliver Twist.
The Advertiser calls the performance
"inexpressibly sickening, disgu-tii)
and appalling." And that Is precise
ly what it is.
A MONTH OF
Wishing, before taking stock on Feb
ruary 1st, to further reduce
Our Immense Stock
TAP! F & FANRY
We propose to offtx to the public,
DURING THIS MONTH.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
WILL BE SOLD AT
B. Lowenstein & Bros.
242 & 244 MAIN ST.
B44 Mnin St.
HARDEMAN COUNTY, TENNESSEE
FARM OF 150 ACRES
TO UK -
Disposed of March 17, 1870,
IN THE CITY OF MEMPHIS.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
MRS. FLORENCE S. V. DAVIDSON
Value of the Farm, $10,000 !
2000 TICKETS AT $5 EACH
Managers and Superintendents of the
Major M. i. Wicks, Major J. P. Strange.
M jor Phil. T. Allen.
"This valuable Farm ls situated on the
south Bide of the Memphis and Gaarsaaftsai
Rsilroad, absut three -iiuurtors of a mile west
of Pooahoul.-is. Iu Hatdeman county, Tenn.,
contains ljil acres, most of which is fin. rata
bottom land, 75 acres cleared, under fence
mid hi cultivation, balance llfllj tim
bered. Improveiaeut-, ccuilortablo
Oiie-and-a-lialf stories, w it h neveu rooms, a
kitchen, nmokehouse, stable, etc., a well of
excellent wuti-r and two fine mineral spring.
Tickets will ims disposed of by the under
signed at u each, eutlUlin; the holder to one
share lu the nhove Association. The pro.
ceeds arising from the sale of the tickets, for
tbe security and safety of Ute holders thereof,
will be deposited euch day its they are sold
wilu Alessis. Uoter. Tnzevant A C'o., of
Memphis, Teiin.--t!ic iunds to be held by
them lor the protection of the holders of the
tickets until the larru skull have lieen fairly
drawn for and the title papers properly pre
pared, conveying an absolute and perfect
title to Hie property.
" Tickets for sale at the Whitemore House, j
on Ad.i.-us street, anil al other places through
out the city, by the iriends of
Mrs. FLORENCE . V. DAVIDSON.
Remnants of Domestics,
, Remnants of Linens,
Remnants of Flannels,
Remnants of Jeans,
Remnants of Linseys,
Remnants of Lawns,
Remnants of Cloths,
Remnants of Calicoes,
Remnants of Poplins,
Remnants of Deiaines,
CASIMERES FOR MEN'S WEAR
CLOTHS, JEANS, DRESS GOODS
Remnants of Edgings,
Remnants of Laces,
Remnants of Ribbons,
Remnants of Jaconets,
Remnants of Cambrics,
Remnants of Mulls,
Remnants of Swisses,
Remnants of Merinos,
Remnants of Linings.
WILL FIND BARGAIN'S IN
Domestics, Calicoes, Tickings,
Jeans, Osnaburgs and Piaids.
263 Main, Corner of Court.
W. K M liL'IKB.
TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.,
General Commission Merchants.
j - MONHnR STREET, hetween Main and
Ties and Supplies furnished on reasonable
terms. Special sttenlion giveu to rilling cash
ST All oonsiyntnenN Insured, unless other
wls instruct.-.!. o3
THOMAS TROUT & SONS,
! COTTON AND
234 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
USi-ral advassaas maa on consign
ments if i tXtoo to our (-'iri "si.on.lents,
Hpii-v-t a. SoclJK A Co.. Boston ;
Williams. Uiknib . '... N. w YurfcT;
MoKUKt Al .V In. Hultilli.tr..-:
Ii. SL'.i.vs J"N - 1" ilaJclpfala. opSl
C H A R L E S H CR ION, Jr
(Ijitnol Mosl.y liorl.ti).
Cotton Fac tor-,
Office. 15 Mosby &, Hunt's Building, j
304 Proiit JESt.. 304
MEMPHIS. - - - nWHPHK
und Supplies fur- i
SPICER &. SHARPS,
354 Main St., Magavney Block,
VRE now recelTlne a !arare and tresh Mock
ol family suppli". Oar fiieuds can find
all they want, al prloes a. low as the suuie
qusllly of good ciu be had Iu t lie clly :
HarrlKon, C'lark&vllle and Southern Utar
I ravls'8ugar-cured IIuuis.
I Tongues and Oi ied Beef.
i Italian Maccaronl.
: Choice Tens, Sjuxarsaud CoHaa.
j Choice London Layer Raisins
Figs. Prunes, Citron and Currant.
English Sauces. Pickles, Mustard.
Pure Cider Vinegar no mialuk.'.
Cive us a call, and we think we can please
in point ol price aud quality.
fsPrCKR A 8H ARPE.
Consignments at Landing.
4WI barrels K. D. Meal, full weight, by " Ju
lia," at ii 75;
'."00 bags Heed Oats by " Julia," at 70 cents;
And we have at landing aud In slore, iltiav
barrels FLriUK, all grades, and all on con
signment, and parties wishing car-loads can
get It low. from $4 75 to to $7 75.
wouajij fumi i'ii co.,
Ja'.7 8 and Howard Row.
3 C) er rr.n MONTH, to sell the only Qst-
Kamilv sewing Macuimis. Pkick okly tlx.
(...eat lnduisiuents V agents. This is the
most popular Hewing Machine of the day
unites the I imou rJaatte Loct stich ;" will
tlo any kind of wurk that can be done on auy
machine. IVPJM sld.and the demand ran.
st&iiily incrensing. Now la the time to t ike
an agency. Send for circulars. "-(vare o
iiiriyer."tt Addreas sfc.CO.MB A CO., Bos
ton. Mass-; Pittsburg, Pa.; or St. Louis, Mo.
CIRCULATE IT WIDELY.
IT WILL DO OCSIS WaCSXVBC IT IS READ.
NEW YORK OBSERVER
t'i Ml per annum. Sample copies free.
SIDNKV K. MORMK, JiU A CO.,
aK .17 Park haw. New Yark.
To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers
'I'HE Memphis Oil Company wish topur
1 cn .s. . during next fall and winter, a
large quantity Cotton Seed, for which tbey
will pay the market price, furulsh sucks, and
iiave Seed correctly weighed on their large
platform (Fairbanks) scales. They urge their
iriends not to store their Seed in large quan
tities, and thereby have their value destroyed
or Injured by heating. Planters who wish
'o make contracts for delivery ol Seed will
pk?ase call at. Oil Work, Center Landing.
"i. Cake and Meal for sale lu anv quan
W IIDCT ItBicMillaa X.
Or X SILVJCA MMDAL
WAX tWtkMU TU
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
By fw X. U. Sato .grtottllurtvl nri7. ai fa
l air. Ikjldca in Nashua.
wm ', mm.
Vegetable Hair Restorative
wum wrav u&ir I . it tU'-nti - .Jor Pro.
note :be frowix- ot th Hair Chupea "
r -ai - w ibt - Alajiuai' t rguuc aciioa. tUmdi
cU- Dandruff itad lluuri. I'ravtufa M
sir UK-Df out. U t Mler!(.r rrea;nK
MOMMfab do lujuriotui lutmUtfuu,
sad South.. '
J. R. BARRETT & CO, Proprietors,
MsaCBISTSR, H. H.
O. WARS BH
Wholeoale Agents, Memphis.
' ' ' i"" by all retail draggUiU, eis
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS
No. 15 Union Street,
LEE BLOCK, - - . MEMPHIS, TENN.
Have on band ami to arrltrer
250 hhd?. Louisiana Sugar,
500 packages Malaises.
500 bags Coffee,
500 barrel Salt,
500 barrels Flour -all grades,
250 barrels Whisky- ail grades,
And nnineroox article- not mentioned. jalS
Ed. J. Tatlo,
Of DeHotoCo., MUa.
Wi. C. Enri.Ain,
Of DnHoto Co., Mlaa.
TAYLOR Zl RUTLAND,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
Grocers, Cotton Factors
K0. 304 FRONT STREET,
Mcuby and Hunt'i Blrwli, - MEMPHIS, Tbic.
ConslznmntB iollcltl. aiiI'
HILL, FONTAINE & CO
Successors to Williamson, Hill A Co.,
326 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, ... - BOWMMBbI
HAVE lor sals, and keep constantly on
hand, a lull a ortmsnt or everytUln
In their line, dsaiiutf aspecially such ar
Jowls and Rumps,
Molars and Sj'rapa.
Kontakj ii - M. und M., Kyi, Py.,
Loudcman, aud J. and D. Flax.
Ropo ami Arrow Ties,
Nails aud soik. s.
i'lour : id Meal,
'onb Carolina Rie Cut
and tipsa Herring.
Bobtam County Whisky.
r attention to the above, we re
lent a continuation ot your pa
,)riTuise. by striet attention to
the interest of our patrons
H I I.L. KONT VIXE A CO.
HIDES AND LEATHER.
! D. B. THOMAS.
P. F.OROW? :
THOMAS & GROSS
A.VD DEALiitS IN
Leather tiShoa Finding
Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip
Skins, Tanners' and Curriers'
TooU, Tanners' Cils, Etc.,
366 Main St., &3mphis, Tenn.
WCash paid for Hides and Leather In the
ASH8R00K & WHITE,
Successors to Uco. PuiLtxe Sl Co,,
Hides and Peltries
Highest Cash Price Paid for
Constantly on Coa.sijjutaeut,
Harness, Bridle, Skirting and
Between Front JRow and Water St.,
sei MEMPHIS, TENN.
REVOLUTION DOLLAR STORE.
" at a
n 9 i
- i ? j p
ii : -
? s s
1 5 i - s
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
210 Main Street, Up fir III.
Between Adtims and Washinjrten,
JS NOW permanently established f.ir the
1 tremment of Pull. nts. both Male ami Fe
male, who are utSlcteij with any form atf
VENEREAL 03 SECRET DISEASES.
such as Svphtlls Gonorrhoea (i!. Ptr
lures, and hi! L'rinarv DLseases: Svulnl I
Mernuriai ArJecttons of the Throat Sk.i' -.r
BfcaM, Orchitis, Hernia or Rupture; H,
elfeets of u Scditary Habit, ruimms to the
IhKly and mind, producing- l:ioicli.st on th
Uoe, 1-ebllity aadfnpatoncT. LUxaini ... ldiu-
: ness of Sight, i 'oufusiou of Idi-.i.s, . v i I Fore-
i boding. Aversion to Swiefv, Lo soi Memory,
Weukiiess. etc. : not all Mtfeaaa iu uny oue
i rune, but ail occurring frequently in 'arlous ;
Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains
CCm BY A NEW METHOD.
F. NT 1 RELY MY OWN.
Particular Attention Paid to
DISEASES OF WOMEN,
; Such as Exressire
: Menstruation, Lent
i Ins of tue u ,)i i j, ii
! Moiithly PeriixlH. ea
Suppressed or Painful
who ha vi been und. r the treiitinrnt
Physicians, and have not beii
cured, are invited to cail, as I can cur, all old
Syphllltie lite:i.ses. it m:ikes no tiitferenee
j how luu standing, ihey will yield to my
Celebrated Vegetable Remedies,
To which TnorSANiS can tsstlfy. who hae
beeu cured by me in New ilrleuus, Memphis.
( airo, and various other pi ices. AU eomiuu-
ulcations strictly oourldeullal.
No Pay Until Cured!
The Itoetor san hs eonsulted personally, or
by letter, upon all Diseases pertaining to hrs
Specially, aud all other Diseases, not requlr
lng his attention outside of tils office.
A seperate UMlee for Lodte-.'Va
Office hours from 3 o'clock n.m.. to 9 . !.'
p.m. D. S. JOUNSO.S", M. U.
J. B. CROBBL
W. I. WARD.
OeHaven, Cross & Co.,
No. 412 NORTH LEVEE,
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
: Southwestern Publishing Co.
3CI MAIN STREET,
Have just received elegant assortment of
Beautiful WritinQ Desks, of various dasigns :
Aad Portfolios, of different styles ;
Splendid Toy Books, for the little ones.
A varied and iarje assortment of
Bibles. Prayer and Hymn Books
Also, tbe mom complete and elegant assort
GOLD PENS AND PENCILS
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
In all Its branches.
Supplied at Manufacturers' Prices.
Killed In 43 Hours Withoat Knife or Pain.
DR. SPALDING & CO.,
i3d Ear ;
es, and Ahttmia.
ut a knife; Kldr.
of Women and tblliiren
eases, aw a skn:ul ladv is
colli Jell Llkl
attendance to wait on femalt- patients.
Medicine sent to all pari. Address,
DR. BPAl.DISU CO.
delfi Iseiapala. 1'eua
J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President.
F. 80Yl, Secretary
Assets over : : :
Annual Income over
principal officeno. 291 main street,
- It la with much pleasure the Mar, acera of tliia Compcny t
and the pobiiu their oongratalatlona u IU aoccem fcr the past ti
tlon aud future prospect. Euilc.es Issued on ail the improved pU
refer the geueral puii J- to our policy holder.
X. BUXiKT .JBY,
General Office, 17 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn.
ASSETS 1st NOVEMBER,
Dividends to Poiicy-Holders,
R. C. BRINKLEY, Prw t . and L. R. R. R.
W. H. CHERRY, Pres't Chamtsref Comirirce
F. M. WHITE, President. M. and T. R. R.
AM3S W000RUFF. v:-e-Pres't, Hemphis.
F. S. O.AYIS. Pres't let Nat. Baik. Menphis.
C. KORTRECHT, Atfy-at-Law. Mempbla.
T. A. KELSON. President, Mewphi.
Ol 'l'IOEHS i
T. A. NELSON. President. BEN MAY, Secretary.
AMOS WOODRUFF, First Vice-Prest'. F. M. WHITE. Second Vice-Pre't.
C. T. PATTERSON, As't Secretary. F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer.
THOMPSON &, CO.,
Agents for Tennessee and North
Fire and inland insurance.
HGffiE IfiSURAiiCE COMPANY
OF NW YORK.
Cash Assets. July I, 1333,
MANHATTAN IJiSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
CARTiVGTON MA5Dsl. Agent.
iaS O M::ii:si.n -I . lUnk RuildinK.
Sio.oco for SIO!
Premium when the Chsses are Cnaipiete.
whi..h are now being rapidly filled up.
Aivat4(ifs. T'je Hdvantoges of this As
sorlaiion ". i-, . n .-.ry Life Insaraaee Coaa-
ary upuu hi Ueatli.
Life Assurance Association
OFFICE ho. 324 FRONT STREET.
Hou. P. T. s-ru :'- : s.
A. Vaccaro, Es.i., o A. V
J. s. Stanton. L4.. oi Uta
A. Ualt.heiL Esq.. oi Bus
Ed. Pickett, jr., o; Messii
0. C. TRADER. Pres H. fit. RASAN, Sec'y.
M. 0. TRADER. Treasurer.
Da. W. U. E jDUEa. Examining Physician.
deS d w s
J. F. BOZEMAJt ..Jmsidsit
D. T. "WILLCOX BicxitaJit
i octlnnes to fnra'sh persat w tiyahut lorn
or oVunocM ? At on aU knuit of tnnrabtt prup
Tt)t, al ridegwae rit.
Agents can be round at every prominent
point In the Sonthern Btatea. to whom appli
cations for insurance may be made.
W. H. MOORE, AGENT,
293 MAIN STREET,
noM (With German National Bank).
Gayoso Planing Mills
Ho. 212 Adams Street,
Manufacture - ktmU of
And keep for sale a !s.rge stock of
Sashe3, Blazed and Ungiazed, Coots.
Blinds and Mouldings,
j also, TH Snlf
000R AMD W.DOW FRAMES,
Dressed Flooring, Ci (inland Weather Bosrd-
: lug, Laths and aliingies. All our work Is
: made oi tue
Best Materials, and Warranted as
Mine is a Home Manufactory, and I chai
' lenge competition, both in quality and
I price, from anywhere. Send for Price List
and try me.
ja6dw WM. FARFIS.
Cotton Lnncl for Snlo.
A BOCT8UJB aciaa f tbo richest citton land
la.tsed ou lavurauie terms. Apply to
J. T. PETTIT, 2d Vice-President,
i. H. E0MGNDS0N, 6enerai Agent.
V. WHITE, Jr.,
State Agent for To
1869, OVER - $600,000
July 1, 1869,-40 PER CENT.
HUGH TORRANCE. Cotta Obt, itmpflis.
J. WEU.ER. Merchant Mentis.
C. W. FRA2ER, Attwaey-ai-Law. Heapbis.
J. W. BcCOWSi. Kerchant. Meciphi.
H. A. PARTEE. Com. Kterchaat. Metnphim.
C.C. SPENCER. President. LomsilSe,
JCHN B. 60R00N. President. Atiaata, Sa
CHEAPER NOW THAN EYE,?.
etir5 at sUremely LOW
12 Ho to S2
H. inp t'arpn
1 r-r r-.:.t :
us and .-ha.is ui proportion.
Call and see loryou'seves. . -;,
jal6 260 Second Street.
AMES, BEATTIE & CO.,
396 GAY0S0 BLOCK,
orrm all cisds of
Oil Cloths. Mattresses, Etc.,
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
SOLI AGENTS ruR
E. CARVCR &. CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WHOUBBAJLS CKALIBS Dl
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc..
270 FROMT STREET,
"'JIil, i3 "'"i i ''" ni many other
. Z. i?T.. a'vaiitaw. nmk.. them mrs
desiraWethan la ftnaeryears. fe n.as now.
thy ware the teTorite. ;,
PRINTERS AND PURLiSHERS..
Publishers, P: inters,
WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS,
No. 361 Main Street,
Between Union and Gayoio. Memphis. Tenn.
ler Merx-hanls National Junk.
Secretary and Treasurer.
H. A, PART!
t S. CURX
W. H. Ches
J. K. Uh wes
nubile ii,- !,,
and a-'rHt hunt In
io nuuily and seueral n.-
farties dmlrtng terrtton
Arkansas, address htm aa al
ues taan . v w vaiik, bh, uoals, tlo. j
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