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JULY, 19, 1870
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WW thank the author for the very
acceptable present of the first nuuilxr
of " ltutter's Political Quarterly, de
voted to unearthing the sanctimoni
ous political rats of the South, exjios
ing Kadkal ist-allawags and carpet
baggers, biographical sketches of the
reconstruction desrructionists; with
pieasing pictures behind the scenes in
the reconstruction conspiracy ; with a
refreshing history of the Radiiail
frauds ' and ' dead-beats ' in the
South, and their connection with the
Government tinkers at Washington."
If the programme is fully carried out,
this quarterly will have a brilliant
run. Some of its delineations will be
recognized hereabouts as quite graphic
and just. Indeed, Rutter paints well,
and is on the road to distinction.
Take, for example, the following par
agraphs relating to our late iameutod
This reverend scamp writing from
Trenlon, June S a 1 mils that he re
ceived money from Mutter, bat aaya the
services were rendered purely out of sym
pathy for hitu. odd sort of sympathy
and "mercenary kindness that, which n
iiireK co much cash to Inspire. If his
ret nreiice experiences such Christian sym
pathy I t Maw Ruttor, would it not bo a
more con.V.ntout and C'hriHliau way of
slewing ii by paying the aforesaid cash
back? We know entire families of Radi
cal philanthropists who are afflicted with
the same Christian sympathy as his rev -oreiic:
luit they never pay auvlhiiie.
His rvcreuce, we reuiemhcr, came near
confiscating for his own use the I'nion
street Methodist I urojial chun-Ii, South,
because it was not draped in mourning
for thn death of l'resident Lincoln as
promptly as he thought it should he; and
the wriler, learning if his intentions,
purchased the goods with which to drape
the church, and hail it done in time to
prevent his designs. And we are afraid
that his reverence is too great a fool to ue-
eome it nrst-ciass Knave. He is s 'aiii;
enough to devise villainy of a high order
Litit the poor v, retch has neither the sense
r couri-.ge to execute. A rascal ought to
iBSes some orains.
ent temper of our people, be the part
of wisdom; yet we by no means in
icntl to deire-ate au uprising of the
people of this country against the
luture aggressions of the taction now
domiaaat at Yuahingtoa. On the
contrary it is our deliberate convic
tiea than all frth?r aggressions and
usurpations of Congress, should be
checked, if it can be done in no other
way, by the mighty voice of a popu
lar revolution. We speak these words
advisedly. They embody the doc
trines for the vindication of which the
founders of the American u
pulic staked their fortunes and
their lives, and it becomes the people
in every State to cling to them now,
despite the menaces of the faction
which wields the purse and sword of
the nation and controLs the corrupt
currents flowine from what, a short
time siuce, was our grunt fountain of
justice. What is loyalty to-day is a
barren lie, and true patriotism means
stern resistance to the unlawful acts
ol the powers that be. Is there never
more to he opsnition to arbitrary
rule ? Is there never more to be a
limit to subservient submission '.'
Mast amendments to the Constitution
procured by force and fraud be ac
cepted as law ? Are the majority of
the citizens of this country to retrain
heueefcHth from having a voice iti its
affairs? Is the ltadical faction to I
suffered to obliterate the Constitu
tion altogether and forever ami to
trample at will upon the rights of
two-thirds of the people ? Have the
Legislatures of three-fourths of the
States voluntarily and of their
own free will given in their adher
ence to the new-fangled notions of
Phillips and Sumner of liecvher ami
Greeley? If they have then we
miirht, iierhaits, fold our hands and
"accept the situation." If they have,
we mic-ht also raise the cry of "No
discussion of dead issues," and accept
the a mend men is as "accomplished
facts." llut what is the truth in re
gard to the matter." How anil by
what means were the amendment
adopted? 15y force and by fraud! by
the exercise ot unlawful jtower on the
part of Congress and the administra
tion by open and unblushiug bri
bery! It would seem so, if two of the
most tyrannical measures with which
we are aeiiuainted are to be coolly
cla-'sed among the "dead issues" by
ivmocrats and accepted as "facts"
beyond and behind which there is to
tie no lmiuirv and to right winch the
only truly liberty-loving party does
not feel inclined. e believe the
time to protest is now. Now or never
those who would stop tliis mad Kadi
cal revolution must act. This year
the people must reconstruct Oongn ss,
or rather substitute a better one. No
tyrant has ever more manifestly
abused the power confided to him for
the public good than has Uongress
uoue has ever rendered himself mure
justly amenable to popular indigna
tion and punishment than the leaders
of the ltadical faction.
They have overthrown the public
laws and time-honored chartered in
stitutions. They have cruelly op
pressed and wronged thousands of in
nocent men. They have, by trickery
and violence, forced upon the people
of various States rulers whom the lat
ter justly and cordially despise. They
have wrested political power lroiuthc
bands of the white man, and con
ferred it in large measure upon the
negro. They construct and overturn
State Governments by their own des
potic edicts, regardless of the
will or right of the governed. They
are the masters of this land, and if
they be not now called to account, the
American freeman must soon sink
into the political serf. We do not be
lieve in admitting anything that Is
not true in recognizing anytliing that
is not right; and the sooner the peo
ple of this country set their feces
sternly against the treason and fraud
which culminated in the adoption of
the Fourteenth and Fifteenth amend
ments and oppose the amendments as
the fruits of a base and ignoble crime
against the Constitution and laws of
our country, the better it will be for
thent and lor the world. Bridyeporl
The French Commander-in-Chief and the
foreign Minister- The Rhine as a Boun
dary Parallels Opinion Effect ef the
War upon this Country A Fearful In
strument of War.
Tiicre is Brother Pearvr, tnhom he ap
j't.httftl I 'nitre .SaftcrintetuleHt of Mrmfifiix
Bate tnld titr beore thr appointment that h
hail Miiiie the matter a tubieet of pmyer
una ri'ia cemc in the , c(aio7j that hr n a.t
raltid to this work, instead of u earxng out
Inn tyc 'n-trarmrmg to eHablixh a branch
the A'orthrrn Metkndint t Vitcrci at Ifrtnpl
asaaca fie naa fauea to do; ami then tL
would alford him an opportttnii v to le-
i-oi le more fully acquainted with the
MKrr tTin of human depravity as It
was. 1 ho i'res-iiient has aptsiinled liroth
er Poarne Consul to Jamaica. All
the consuls aent to this country
have died of yellow fever. If thn
Preei.leul would send oil' another batch o
these fellows, im luding Arnell, Stokes
.smith and J.utler, he woatd receive the
grateful thauks of the people of Teunea-
TiiKr.R are still some who hesitate as to
the aflirinance of accomplished facta.
J lieae seem to a -. tie as , i a ( 'institutional
Amendment wan merely au act of Cou-
i ess, and could be changed by the act
and will of any succeeding I'nnsrrtaw
This, of course, is gross error. The
amendments recently adopted are not
acts of Congress, but are now parts of the
fundamental constitution of the country,
incorporated into it by the votes of three
fourths of the .states, in accordance with the
provision of the instrument itself.
Whatever view may have prevailed as to
the propriety of their adoption (the
Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments;
. that has lieen settled by the votes of the Leg
islatures of three fourths of the States.
They have boen officially proclaimed, and
held by the various departments of the
government as parts ot the fundamental
lw. They li-.te been incorporate;! into
the e. :.. -nation ol the country. There
they stand.; No change in political par
ties, in the Congress, can affect them.
They are now beyond the jurisdiction of
i "oi Kress. Tho people of
(South Carolina have, therefore, acted
wisely in declining to run a tilt against
accomplished facts. Nay. in recogiczing
them aa of "the ilead issues" of the past,
and in uniting upon a plat farm of honesty
and good government lor the deliverance
of '.heir State and the rescue of their coui
aion wealth. Charleston (A. C.)nrutr,
WTe appreciate fully, we think, the
condition of affeirs in Bouth Carolina
and the etlorts which our friends there
are making to oust the scaliawags and
ettrpet-baggers, who, in conjunction
with the negroes, have done so much
during the past few years to bring re
proach upon itepubiican institutions
and oppress and discourage the peo
ple: but we never see admissions in a
is inocrutic journal like those above
quoted, without feeling that we ought
to raise our voice against them. YY e
do so in this case reluctantly, since
the lourier heretofore has been a
f m and steadfast advocate of princi
ple a defender of the right at all
times and under all circumstances.
But what are the fact? Is it true that
the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amend
ments to the Constitution have been
laufu'iy adopted ?
This the (courier knows as well
as we, and we are sony to see
that it is willing to ignore all this and
admit substantially, that the amend
ments are valid, or if not valid are to
be recognized as such as a matter of
lHilicy by the Democratic partv of
We will agree that Congress may
not now have the iwer to undo ail
of its unlawful acts; but there is a
vast difference UHween recognizing
this feet, if it be one, and admitting
that any illegal and fraudulent inter
ference with the rights of the States
and of the people must be acquiesced
in and accepted as " accomplished
facts" simply because a wicked and
designing party who chanced to be in
power saw fit to rWe rough-shod
over the Constitution and oppess the
jieople. We do not believe that forci
ble resistance by a single State to un
t'oustitutional acts would, in the prea-
THK FRENCH HIMMANllER.
M trie-Kdme-l'aU-ick-Maurico de
McMahon, Duke of Masrenta. who
takes command of the French armies,
is rcxrted to trace his descent to an
Jrish family who lost their fortune
in the cause of the Stuart dn:isty,antl
shared the exile ol James 11. They
carried their pride and Ealamtry to
France, distinguished themselves in
mauy wars, and through advanta
geous marriages mingled their blood
with the highest nobility in the laud.
The Duke of Magenta was born at
Stilly, July, lsus, entered the military
Know of St. Cyr, in I si,, ami alter
graduating in was suit to Alge
ria. As aid-tie-camp to General
Achard, he took part in the expedi
tion to Antwerp in was made
captain in 1X33, Major of foot chasseurs
in 1 sin. Lieutenant Colonel ot the for
eigfc . legion in lsi2, Colonel of the
Forty-first of the line in lsl.", and
General ol brigade in 1848. When
General Canrobert was recalled from
the Crimea in WV, McMahon was ap
pointed to succeed him as a General
of division, and in that capacity led
the assault .upon the Malakoff. His
brilliant success on that occasion gave
him the Grand Cross of the Legion of
Honor, and in IKio he was made
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of
the Bath. He took an active tiart in
the Franco-Italian war of ItfqtlL won
the victory of Magenta, and with it
the baron of Marshal and the title he
now wears, lie represented I runt-t
at the coronation of Frederick Wil
liams of Prussia in lbtil: was at-
ioiniei to tne command ot the Third
Corps d'Armee in 1m'.2, and was nom
inated tJovernor-General of Algera in
1S01. McMahon is considered one of
the best soldiers in Europe.
THE KKKXCU MINISTER JXE FOREIGN
The present French Minister for
Foreign A flairs is attracting consider
able attention by the bold und decided
manner in which ho is tlealini; with
the Prussian-Spanish question. An
exchange gives the following bio
graphical sketch of him: His name
and title is Anteine Airenor Alfred.
Duke de Grammont. formerly Duke
de Guiehe. and since the death of his
father Prince de Bidache, He was
born in Paris, August 14, 1819. He
entered the polytechnic school in 1837,
nut ueciintsl the aDOOllit incut to the
artillery corps offered him two years
inter, ami made lus dtOut in Joo2,
when he was sent Minister to Cassel.
lie was appointed to Stuttgardt in
lSA, to Turin in and was resi
dent Ambassador at Borne from 1857
to 18C1. While at Turin he used his
influence to induce the Sardinian gov
ernment to enter the alliance of the
Western powers against ltussia. He
is a commander of the Legion of
Honor, and wears the grand cross of
the order of Frederick of Wurtem
burg and that of St. Maurice and St.
Iazarus of Sardinia. The wife of the
Imke de Grammont is au English la
dy, daugher of Mr. Mackinuon,
whom he married in 1848.
TI1E RHINE AS A " BOUNDARY."
A generation ago Victor Hugo
wrote a book on the Khine, in which,
besides giving the most fascinating
ami pot tie of all descriptions of that
famous stream, he cried out, "France,
take back the Khine," as ht stood at
the tomb ol Hoc he, who was buried
on the shores of that river, and whose
grave is to this day jiointud out to the
Napoleon, the bitter enem v of H uvn
has tried on several occasions to make
of this cry a national slogan to call to
his supjiort all parties in France. The
Khine is, according to many French
men, the "natural boundary" of
1 ranee. The Germans whom the
Emperor would like to make his sub
jects, however, do not agree with
him. The people of the German
Khenish provinces are German in
language, tastes and feelings, and
have no admiration of Napoleon III
or his policy. Belgium, with its
French-speaking population and with
but fortv vears of national existence
to overturn, would be a much easier
acquisition for r ranee.
THE OPINION OF THE FRENCH MIN
ISTER AT WASHINGTON.
M. Paradol, the new French Min
ister, while en route to Washington,
was interviewed at a New York-
hotel by a reporter of the New York
Herald, with the following result:
Iteporter I am aware, sir, that you
left trance before the present war
cloud appeared on the European hori
zon, and therefore you can say noth
ing of the present situation that we
do not know of already; but you are
thoroughly acquainted with the tem
per of the French people. Is French
w-ut mieni in favor of a war with
M. I'revost-Paradol Well, I speak
for myself as a Frenchman. The
people of France do not want war;
they want peace, trade, commerce,
industry. But should Prussia persist
in her attitude of defiance to France
insist upon putting a Prussian on
the Spanish throne all France will
Hi? for war. A Prussian on the Span
ish throne! is it not ridiculous? Sir,
it would be a blow at France an in
sult not to be bt.ir.-n. The case of
France and Pruia in this Hohen
zollern affair is similar to that of the
United States antl Mexico. Yon
could not stand Maximilian in Mex-k-o;
it would not do; the French can't
stand a Prussian in Spain. But there
will be no war. Bismarck is not such
a fool as to go to war tin such a frivol
ous pretext; the matter will be set
tle.! by the Emperor.
Keporter But, M. Paradol, sii
pose, as is stated in some of the tele
grams from England and France, thai
your government will not be content
with the declension of the Prince
ljfopold (who, as you are doobtiotri
aware, has relapsed into his original
littleness), but insists, now that
France is aroused, that Prussia shall
observe the treaty of Prague, what
M. Paradol Ah! that is another
affair. Prussia (with emphasis) ought
to observe the treaty of Prague. If
the Emperor says she shall she will.
There may be a war on that question
but I can only give my opinion on
these matters as an individual, not as
a minister, for this complication arose
alter 1 left b ranee.
iteporter There seems to be in
France just now not one, but several
parties, all having different ideas of
government, but united in opposition
to tne empire, now would a war ut-
M. Paradol A war with Prussia
defense of the legitimate influence of
France in the Peninsula would unite
Orleanists, Bourbonists, Reds and all
parties, mere will be put one party
in an rrauce wnen the nrst shut is
fired in defense of French honor, and
mat the party ot the government
HOW WILL THE WAR AFFECT Tills
From tho St. Louis Democrat.
The blockade of Prussian ports will
materially aneet the manufactures and
limit the supply, thereby enhancing
values, wiui wmcn enhancement
Great Britain and other countries
must sympathize. Thus, whether
gold goes up or down, manufactured
goods must experience a marked ad
vance. The producing industries
particularly of the agricultural ant
manufacturing classes, must be inter
fered with and retarded, thus throw
ing into other producing marts in
creased demands, and consequent auz
mentation of price. Great Britain
will therefore reap a large increase of
prostienty in her manufacturing dis
tricts, and the United States will be
called upon fur meats and gram. A
protracted war would probably restore
to our marine interests quite all that
they lost during our own struggle, and
t hat we shall have to pay in increased
prices will be more than made up in
the stir and activity of our shipping,
and the quickening of our agricultural
prosperity. Use growing confidence
in our government securities ought
not to be impaired, antl bonds, which
may temporarily be lowered in price,
will certainly be sought after as the
struggle proceeds. 1 he present pms
iicct is one for an advance in those of
our borne product Hour, grain, etc.
and a spirited stir in trade to avoid the
increased prices that must necessarily
From the New York Herald.
Next to the increase in immigration
will l-a demand for our breadstuffs,
and high prices for our splendid grain
crops. If the war lasts we shall even
till some big gun contracts, and our
workshops will buru gas. Europe
will go on the debtor side of the books,
in a very unqualified way. Our bonds
at first w ill go down in the markets
of Furupo, for there will lie a rush fur
money to be handled in the great
tinancial transactions, and all values
held as investment will lie on the mar
ket ; but this will be only a first effeet.
Later it will be realized that the
ImiimIs of this great, prosperous,
peaceable ieople are the only securi
ties worth holding, and they will be
In demand at any price.
CONSOLIDATION Of THE
The New York Bulletin
sia has just consolidated
1 he entire capital of it is, say $24",
1100,600 goM. A tew weeks ago $67,
S00.60Q was placed at four per cent.,
and it apieared probable that the
balance of the fl'ioO.tloo would be
quickly subscribed. Should it be
necessary for Prussia to enter the
Eurojiean money market her long sus
tained integrity would assist her in
making as advantageous terms as any
I'KOIIAHLK CUXSEIH ENCES OF THE
From the Now York Sun
The consequences of the war can
not but be serious. The recent inter
view between the North German
King and the Russian Czar at Ems
seems to have had m view a clost
alliance between these powers, for the
purKjse of meeting a contingency
which has now at length arrived.
lionaparte having been the first to
rush to arms, Europe may hold him
responsible for the breach of the
peace, and organize a coalition against
his dynasty, in which Prussia, Rus
sia, nweuen, anu npain may possibly
be pitted against France, Austria,
and South Germany Italy is also
usually counted on the French side,
though it is far more likely that this
power should avail herself of the
tide ol events to make Rome the
capital ot Victor Emmanuel. As for
Spain, Napoleon w ill probably, in the
event of war, despatch one of the
Princes of his dynasty, at the head of
a powerful fleet and army, as ruler of
that country, leaving Cuba at liberty
to achieve her independence of the
volunteers who now rule and rob her.
The first object of the contending
powers will unquestionably be to lo
calize the war; but in view of the
unsettled relations between Egypt
and Koumaniaon the one hand and
the Porte on the other, and the gen
eral fermentation among the Chris
tians of the East and the Slavic pop
ulations of Austria, it is to be feared
that the con tlagration will spread till
over Euroe and Asia. This would
give to ltussia a chance to get the
Letter of Turkey, anil place England
in the alternative of war or the ex
tinction of her power in the East. As
for the United States, the sym oath ies
of our people are with Prirssla and
This is a city of strategic and historic
importance. Shortly further on Is
Bingen; and there begins the mar
velous scenery which has given to the
Khine such world-wide celebrity, and
has made familiar the names of such
trifling though picturesque hamlets as
Oberwesel, St. Goar, Boppart, Ander-
nach, Bacharacli, Remagen and the
like. Midway among these is Cob
lentz, overlooked by J,hrcnbre
stein's castled night, and still further
down the stream is the collegiate town
To add all these to the long list
Freueh towns would certainly be
splendid gain to France; this is what
is meant when Frenchmen cry with
Victor Hugo: "Take back the Khine.
It is, however, a large enterprise, and
not likely to succeed.
A FEARFUL INSTRUMENT OF WAR
The last aud most destructive of the
death-dealing project iie.s the exolo
sive bullet, designed by Perluiset, and
executed by a trench artisan in the
celebrated firearms factory of De
visme, is described in the last num
her ol the Arm; and Xary Journal
rlxternaJJy quite similar to the ongi
ual Miuie cylindrie-conical mass of
lead, it is discovered, by an unscrew
ing of its length about midway, to be
internally a magazine of nilmiuale,
The explosive compound dynamite
powder, eondeiistd powder, or what
ever it may be has an explosive
force six times that of gunpowder.
Experiments which have been made
under the patronage of the Russian
Prussian audjAustiiaa governments
ami last by our own War Department
demonstrate not only its effectiveness.
but the singular properties its
inventor has given it. "Being given
the distance of the target, its
density, the quautity of charge in the
gun, and tne same of the ingredients
constituting the projectile," he has
established a most, exact relation, by
accurate calculation, between the force
necessary to explode lite projectile and
its penetration before subjection to
tins pressure. Thus the magazine can
be so constituted that the passage of
the bullet through a sheet ol paper will
explode it, or so that the severe impact
of iron or hard wood is needed for such
a result. It is comforting to be assured
that " a ball which would not explode
in the body ot a soldier or a horse.
not at a very limited distance, would
explode in the more resisting body of
an ammunition wagon."
Though M. Pertuiset is the inventor
ol the particular missile to which ou
attention has been drawn, by a singu
lar propriety of circum.stauees Prince
1'ierre Napoleon, tho bete noire of the
Bonaparte family, appears to have
been its inspirer. From a little nam
phle t, badly translated .from an essay
on explosive projectiles, written by
tne crince, we are not surprised to
learn that its author entertained the
idea quite a number of years ago, and
even applied to Devisuie to make him
a gun of particular calibre, suited to a
hollow projectile of copper, or of an
alloy of lead and antimouv. The fact
of Bevisme's declining to produce the
arm, defeated the Frinee's purpose
The ethics of slaughter are defined
in no recognized c.xie, but there is a
pretty general accord among nations
that explosive bullets shall not be
used in small arms. Our readers have
not forgotten the convention into
which, at the instance of Russia, the
prominent nations of Europe entered
a year or two ago. louring our own
war tliere was an occasional sugges
tion of such missiles being used, but
we prefer to believe that the few cited
instances were altogether imaginary
We know that an invention of this
nature whether Perttiiset's or not,
we are uncertain was offered to the
Confederates and declined, on the
score of pure sentiment, by the Board
oi examining umeers: and, ir our
memory is not at fault, the infernal
missile was considered in a similar
spirit by our ar Department.
At the recent trial of Pertuiset'
projectile, made by the urdnanee De
partmentai Washington, the purpose
oi experiments seems to have been to
(e monstrate its utilitv in exploding
caissons, artillery .w agons, etc. The
twenty-seven shots, made at all sorts
of targets, proved the excellence of
the fulminate for such purposes. W't
are very sure that no civilize I gov
erumeui w hi in' n-pos.-i io adopt an
explosive mi -sue tor any oilier pur
pose. Despite the partisanship of
Prince Pierre, in a letter to his inn.
rial cousin, Napoleon rejected it at
Kus-ia; unit if England should be
driven into the conflict, an appro
priate opportunity may arise tor the
settlement of our little bill against
France already owns the west bank
of the Rhine from a few miles north
of Basle, in Switzerland, to the fron
dier of the Palatinate at Lauterburg.
The possession of the last named dis
trict would add to the list of French
cities, Spires, with its old cathedral,
and the fortified places of Landau and
Neustadt, besides a largo number oi
smaller towns and villages. In Rhe
nish Prussia speaking always of the
western shore ol the Rhine the first
town of importance is Worms, asso
ciated with the name of Luther. After
passing over the flat, highly cultivated
district through which the Rhine here
sluggishly rolls along, the towers and
bridges oi juayence loom in sight
IBifrlB KSPFC1AI.I.V TO TIIK WANTS OF
-K.ytMERK AMI l.AltiiRINU MEN.
All who have trteu it i.. ... of It In the Icgli-
-m wiiiis: n.s nur Diii! ns ixeu n t -pj;
It is in u- oa a new prtuciple anil outlasts
iwo psir oi raiiiui Biioes. wt- wiirraiii
eveiy pair tr sell.
To our .-iisiotueis who seek pcunfiim am!
slyle ut BojU, we re -oiioueud the
such ni wear Shoes, we hr.ve tho'e
uia.le ly Burl, M'Miilllu. t'intlelit it Joins.
antl Kaisrsori, for Geailemea; and by bourse,
Oliver, Miles, and Karoswo Ih, lor L&dies.
Also, a most eomceu assoi Im.iit lorMKn-
Tssty 1j04hU-Lov Trlees Wholesale aud
RetalL (J) Id Ms i.k kit ami
The Best and Cheapest
A POLITICAL, NEWS, AND
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE,
A Taper for the Professional Man,
A Paper for the Merclvint,
A Paper for the Farmer,
A Paper for the Mechanic.
ISSUED DAILY, SUNDAY & WEEKLY
Cotton Gins !
THE superiority of the above Justly cele
brated Slu H bands Is acknowledged bj
all wbo nave used tuiu during the past 30
They took tbe first premium at tbe Shelby
County Fair In October last.
We are now prepared to taJre onlers for
any sis, to be in readiness for use In the
McCOMBS, KELLER & BYRNES,
322 1-2 and 324 Hate Strwt.
The Only Reliable Press in Use.
ROBKRTHON, Btlf'CK CO., Aleuts,
W. Main street. Memphis. Tenn
J. D. STEWART'S
110 ALABAMA STREET.
The uext sesnlon will begin on
Thursday, 1st Day September Next.
' Namber of students limited.
VT my Hi-bool-room. on Adams street, July
lltli.l will comiueuce a session of six
weeks, terminating Angurt 30th. Boys pre
paring for unr class lu college will be re
ceived. 1 particularly desire boys who In
tend to attend my school the next session,
farentscan select any stndy they may desire.
Keference may be made to Judge Thomas K.
Hrutt , J. T. Lentil, and other members of the
Board of Education Memphis t its Hcbools.
Terms, flu lor - term.
T. C. ANDKRSOM,
Of tbe University of Virginia, Teacher of
Memphis City HlghBcatooL ly
HERNANDO MALE SEMINARY.
pilK. next session of this school will begin
1 ou KIKST MONDAY IN SKPTKMKEK.
Tbe ctassis will oe four, viz: A Primary, wi
Intermediate, a Grammar and High Class.
Terms aa follows, for five mouth . session,
payable in advance every half session: Fri-
. . . e... I , ... r ,, w . - 1 '. ilr.minur
J---U, liigh. S;H-with 25 cents a month ad
ditional for incidental expenses. Assistant
Teai-her, especially of Classic Langnazes, Mr.
W. M. touts. Kelers to i oi. J. r. i,-aui h;ju
IIou. John Johnson. Memphis.
Jackson Insurance Company.
I. B. KIRTLANO": : President.
WILL DEAL Ilf
Foreign and Domestic Exchange,
Gold, Silver, Bonds, Stocks,
Scrips, and Bank Notes.
Carolina Life Insurance Co.
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Hon. JEFFERSoTdAVIS, President,
o. K1WM AN,
r. a. da vim,
J. T. r-AKUArtOS,
. H. JUDAH,
J. S. OLIVER,
U r DMITUL.
N RWTON Koltl),
W. W. THATL'llEB
W. P. FRoUbl- lT.
W. H. Ml S ):.!
J. W. JKKKKBtJOH,
O. O. fAKTfcS.
r. s. oavis,
W. W. THACHER, Cashier.
C. W.SCHULTE, Ass t Cashier
M. i. MUCKS, 1st Yin ftmm. J. T. PETTfT, 2d WrPtttldMt.
W. F. BOYLE, Secretary j. H. EDMONDSCN, General Ags1.
ELLETT 4 PHELAW, Attorneys.
JDIVXDElKrDD, - - 40 I JEIXX. CENT.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE-No. 42 MADISON STREET
HOTELS SUMMER RETRE4TS.
No I and 3 Madison Street,
Tb.o. FlsHor, Preei't.
SM.i.-t Hlght limits ou Ireland, and Three
and Sixty Days' Might on Loudon, at New
York rates; aud cau draw in stuns to suit
purchasers on all the principal cities huo
towns In C'ontluental Kurope.
Also, transact a general Kxcnange anu
Hauklne Business. g
K. O RKN .NKti. Principal.
P. O. Box Xo. 55, Hernaudo. Miss.
Lookout Mountain Educational In
Rev. C. F, P. BANCROFT, Principal.
F Al.I. MISSION OF TWKN I Y Wr.KKS K
gius August o. 187U. For particular setd
C. C. CA RPENTER, Snpt,
I.OOkout M U !: '
OK all kinds. Nearly 200 varieties, adapted
to every business. Every Kcalo war
ranted cokejcct, stbonq asd ki-kaulk.
UtiUl LI. BrUJS.
Corner Monroe and Front streeta.
Bole Agent for Memphis and Vicinity.
'n 1 ,ii."i ,lrui-, "s'nl ao,H.'
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION.
MARRIAGF A Private Cot-NSBLOK to
Rlnfinindt tim MAnuiKUor tliose about
fillinf to marry, ou the physlologl.
"IUt, ,.;,! i,n Merles and revela
tions of the sexual system, with tin- late-it
discoveries in producing and preveuting off
spring, preserving the complexlou, etc.
This is an interesting work of two hnndred
and tweiity-four pages, with numerous eu-
ravinits, aim c-.titains valuable information
or IIiokowIio are married or contemplate
uarruibte: still it is a book that ouhL to lie
under lock aud key. aud not laid carelessly
atsint the bouse1.
Sent to any oue (free of postaget for rAi cents.
Address lr. Hulls' liixLeiikurv. No. hi N.
Eighth street, Ht. Loni, Mo.
mm Jkvllrr lo me ADtu lril and Lnfvrluna.f :
llelore applylnK to tbe notorious Ot ai ks
who advertise in nubile Dsoers. or uslne: anv
lnACK Kkmkdivi, peruse Dr. Butts' work, no
matter what your disease Is, or how deplora
ble your conditiou.
r. Buttsean beconsnUed. personally or b?
mail, on the diseases metitloued iu his works.
tirtiee. No u N. Eighth street, beL Market aud
C'bestuut, 8L Lou. Mo.
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS.
ML. MEACHAU lias this day associated
. with him bis sou. E. E. ME.M.-HAM,
and J. 15. 1'USTUN, of Memphis, and A. W.
KOKEK1K, late of Powell. Roberts A Co.,
Brownsville, Teuu.. uoo'-r tbe drui uame of
M. L. MEAL-HAM .1 CO.. for the purpose of
continuing the Wholesale Grocery aud Cotton
Factorage business, at the old stand of
Meachani ft Treadwell, No. V Cniou street,
Btonewall Block, where will always be found
one of the largest and best selected stocks oi
Ciroeerles, which will be sold at the lowest
Mr. Meacham returns bis sincere thanks to
his many iriends aud customers for tbeir
kind and liberal patronage ot past years, and
earnestly solicits for the new firm continu
ance of the same, pledging strict attention to
Memphis, July 1, 1S70.
M. L. HlACEAX.
S. K. MkACII AM.
A. W. ROBXRT9.
J. h. Poo ION.
M. L MEACHAM & CO.,
No. S Union Street,
Stonewall Block, : : Memphis. Tenn.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Cures Colic and Urlplng
iu the llowels, and facili
tates tbe process of Teeth
lug. Sul-lues Convulsions aud
overcomes all diseases in
cident to In hulls and
4rJ leuies Kiarruea, 1'yseu-
V iir ' 1 ' iu , umii, oi oi mi
V I Sites.
It Is the ir. at Infant's aud Children s
Soothing Itemed v In all disorders brought ou
by Teething or any other cause.
Prepared by tbe UKAFl'oN MED1C1NS
CO.. SL Louis. Mo.
Void by druggists and dealers In medicine
every woere. m u.
Meaphis and Arkansas Christian Advocate.
R. W. BLEW A CO Publishers.
W. C. JOHNSON bklitor.
Southern Methodist Newspaper
PRESENT WEEKLY SSUE
EXCEEDS 6000 COPIES
First-class Medium for Advertisers
ONE C0PV. : : $ 2 50 PER ANNUM
TEN COPIES, : : 20 00 PER ANNUM
W. C. J0HNS0N,T : : Editor
R.W. BLEW & CO, : Publishers
aa jjsppurifioar st.,
p29 MEM PHTS. TlfNK.
No. 198 12 MAIN STREET,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Lauderdale County, Ala.
Til K most effldsnt waters In tbe world In
the care of
Dropsy, .Horofnls, Dyspepsia, Diseases
peculiar to Keoiales, General Debil
ity, and alt Diseases of the
Hkin antl Kidneys,
Now ready for the reception of visitors. Is
ducenieiits t i lamillr:. hi tin s :isou. The
rates for board : 3Lp-r wees: STiO per tnoulb.
Cant. J. T. Farmer's coach Use will connect
at Klorenee will, every tram est the .Memphis
and bat teuton Itailroad, and convey all pas
senders t the prlus.
r'or farther lumrtuatlou or circulars, aeV
dres jjcM fcXLlit lilt, Prosrtelucs.
rHK EMVHS-M.1 U- i -K, ou LTrrTr 1.mjT
X 1 -l l. A " 1 ' . I . t a J, ttatJJt, OfllO, MlXlefU lUiia
from S;iiivdunk , ka tde coolest rcnorl li A ruer
..i. and will h:i t(uiuuUU La;til baodred
There are t wenty-two UlstnUs in thegroope,
oovrrtnl witls v tncysmJ'iU and Mower garden,
ihe lake la full of all kJnda of ntj, wild
ilut K aboaud, I pure air never faila.
Yachting boating, bathing, bill iard, bowl
ing, native groves, ue-eream aud wihe
rcKtmn, ruiKn lugUt axeuraioiia ou the bay are
it wan be-re thai iVirornodore Perry ' met
tbe enemy an! Lhey are oura," and many
reliCA of the bailie rt-iuaiu.
Terma rauth lesa tbau Kaatarw waterio
plaee . Add res the pro pr let n for a
pamphlet. jVi Kr $t jo per day ; children and
hervauta, haif 'nice.
myi WfcMT aw KMT.
IUKA SPRINGS HOTEL
THIS splendid hniel, for the accommoda
tion of invalids aud sesksrsol pleaanre,
la now open for tbe season, by lbs ander
signcd, aud every arrangement made to give
tbe most complete satisfaction to all wbo
may lavor as with a visit.
A FINE BAND OF MUSIC
Will be kept constantly on hand daring tUe
Have been so reduced that It will be in tbe
power of all to attend this favorite watering
place. tmyS&J T. If. AKDLKTT.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
600DBAR & OtULAJIO,
Exclusive Wtafesate th aler a
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
MU MAIN MTKKS.T, WUKTfcJ)! sUsXK,
sre sow reoelvitiRnnr srin
Isrxest we have ever
M sues swrs will Bod It to Ostfe
examine beiore bsyine.
THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY
FIRE AND MARINE
Latarancfi Cetnpa'yof Memphis.
ff KK OMMKNti L.AI 'I KS :
I JolntKss-Kl.isiic Invisible Walfeius
Is a Recent Improvement.
Replaces the ase of the BITTKK SfLPHATK
it'INlN K. with which all are familiar.
lKise for dose. It is
Warranted fuliy equal ia every way to Bit
AND, LIKE IT, IS THE OXB
GREAT, POSITIVE AND UNFAILING CURE
For all Disease of Malarious Origin.
Kevkb ami Act a,
BiLtot s Kkvkr,
nd the Ions train of disorders roii,,wi,,J
these when neglected.
N made ejWti Iroill J'iriliiilH RitrL Ian I. Klllor
tnlnlnei.therelorelsof Vsgetable origin, aud
m pjivi ai pviMun, dpi on tne contrary is
ruveil to be one of the elements mil in
Ihe blood of sll healthy persons.
Acts as an antklate to, as well as a care for.
"i"mi-nii ur ' ' . . i i . , . i poison, tne absorption or
which by the lungs, causes Intermittent Ke-
rs, etc The only advantage claimed for
Overthe aseofold Hitter Oninine la the en-
re absence of that inleiue, persistent bitterness.
Inch in the latter is an iiiriiiriiiiin,it.hl i,lh
stm-Ie to its use with most persons, and al
ways with children.
Is in two forms In Pointer, tor the ns of nli v-
slcians and drnggisu. aud fluid, for use in
the family aud for the ceueral public.
STEARNS, FARR & CO.,
ManufaciurB'g CbtmisU, New York
Subscription Price Greatly Reduced
For one year
For six mouths
For three mouths
For one year
For six. months
For three months
.. .. ue
.... l a
For one year
For six months 1 as
r or three mnntlm ,
t'H'BHIM! HATES. -To clrilis of two or
more subscribers we will send our Mammoth
Weekly, the lar 't st paper iu the Kouth ::tx5ft
Inches for one year, each. SJ. To clubs of t wo
r more subscribers we will send otirStiMiAY
A i-i-KAL, for one year, each, i
NKWS HE l,Kll!, AUKNTH. Bit'. News
paper Dealers, Kxpress Agents, t'oiuitry Mer-
hfiiitK, ros! mssiers. i lepoi auciitk, r.nd any
friends of the MKMI'HIS APl'KAL. wbo wiU
do so. are requested to procure regular sub
scribers, renilttlug to ns the amouut. Ies , teu
per cent., or Bve per cent, for flubs, for ser
vices: or. If preferred, arrangement as to
compensation will be made. Hpeclmeu topiea
sent on application.
he MKMPllIS APPK.
Tho Pvu a
M.O IIV i f.f, 4i
Three sines of my
the ouly Skirl adaptable for the pre -ul
walking dress; louuilfacluteit Slid sin. I dm v
iu ths msuiifactory. Also, tbe follow bsg
Uesi'IKE French Lorskts, sixes from 11 l:
Root. Werleys Durnble Plain t'orsef. Ad.
L'Otsean's blleaaut Kmbroidered t-orael. sud
Mine. Duoot's Besntitul Hhort t orset.
The DxMuitEsr Breast Protritok. 1 irnar
an tee bestuaality, both lu skirts and corset
mylT LttuiH i.anuk.
ROBERT WOOD & CO.,
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
("i ARPKN auU Cemetery A tiorn mental. Cant,
1 Wrougbt lrou and W ire Kiiluj(s, K'Ud
tla,V 'j.st?H,Versitidaii,SelU.HS, .Vrbors, ('basil's.
Sataiuer Knus, iron Stairs, spiral and
straigbt. In every variety of pattern. NtW
and Improved sty lea of Hay Uacita, Mangera,
Stable Mxtiuvs, Stall llvislou8, etc.
Patknt Wikc Work. Kallinga, Hlore
Kronta, loor and Window Unards, t am
Having fitted up our Foundry with speoiaj
reference to the above clmts of work, we ar
now prepared to 1111, with promptness, a
orders lor Bronze Castings ot statuary, ooio
sal, heroic and llfeslxe.
Ok.namkntal Ikon Uoois-.-The laii'estas
sortmentto be loond in the t'nltad states, all
of which are executed with the express view
oi pieasing me taste, wnne iney com nine at
the requisites ol beauty and substantial con
Purchasers may rely on having ii articles
carefully boxed and shipped to the place of
Designs will be sent to those who wish to
make a etetun. spnt
Situated 9 Miles North of
t ' KRK opened for the accommodation of
it visitors June I. 1S7U. A trial of eleven
years has established the fact that the water
of the Wells ia unrivaled for tbe cure of
Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Chronic Diarrhea,
ltiseuse of Cut A iditeys and Ls-ud-
de,r, itiseases peculiar to rt
males, Scrofula, Chronic
Sore Eye, Neuralgia
AND GENERAL DEBILITY.
Board per day 5 2 f
" week 12 us
" mouth 5 ta)
KxrERKMCi: Drs. Searcy Dement, and A.
K. Bur tie '.l.
Mabisos, Ala., May 9, 1S70.
rar Sir : Peru. .1 me to enloe'se yonr
wells of water, for with houest motives 1 do
so. I have recently been convinced of Its
vi )..ti,m medical virtues, In t!ie relief at
tended Mr. Jaied Uoollllic. who was a case ol
mine in couiuucLiou with Dr. Iement, of
lluutsv lite, for twelve muntlis Is fore goina
ti your Wells. autrerliiK with Brlgbts old
Disease of the Kidneys, a disesse that Is
scarcely, if ever, relieved by the sid of msd
, ,i -i,-'it. thereby prodncing fee,ienl
Dropsy of Ihe most formis-shV character.
I l.sd of bis ever being relieved,
when, to my astonishment. In a very short
time, by the use of tbe water of your wells,
be has been placed a-rain on bis leet, and Is
uovi utile, to some extent, to prosecnte bis
iluily avocjtinn. I feel no hesitancy, but
would urge npon patients suffering simi
larly, to visit at once your Wells, as betn
tbe surest means of regaining their health
and vigor. UEUBUK K. ttfJLLlVAM, M.D.
Head what the Hon. t . i . Clay, Jr., says in
recant to tbe curative properties of the
H UMTSV! i.i. t-'. ALL, September i, VStM.
IiiakSir: I bad not known the In xary of
a yfis.d appetite for more than twelve
saoutbs when 1 reached the Wells. 1 ssf
1. ,.i irurli rr..:u tiit commou, but lerrible
disease. Dyspepsia. Before a week elapsed
mv apiietlte was voracious, and my diges
1,111 e-jual to my appetite. My fatner was
sufJsrteg ftm Dropsy and t'urouic Diar
rnes. In three weeks be waaent!reiy re
lieved from tils latter, anil almost from tbe
lormer. 1 am sslislleU by experience aud
observation that the Water has extraordin
ary curative properties in Dyspeala, Dropsy
and diseases of tbe bowels. It is also more
palitable, aud much colder than most min
eral waters. 1 believe it possesses ss much
virtue as any mineral water In this country,
and time will prove 1L C. C. CLAY, Jr.
HtnmvtLLK. ALA., July 19. MM.
Sir: 1 feel pleasure is giving a certificate
to the effect thai your watering place has
been of great benefit to myself tbe short
time i stayed there, sry complsiut was
t'liron u Jaundice, which was fast resolving
itseit a, to Dropsy. When 1 came to your
Wells my condition was truly aad, and my
bone of so early an eradication of so long
seated a distember was forlorn. Your waters
have certainly woudertul curative powers.
To all who have Dropsy, Chronic Diarrhea,
Dyspepsia or Kidney complaints,! cheerfully
recommend vour Wells, believing at the
aame time in tbeir efficacy In other diseases.
BAM I L. BOBrKTOIi.
M KRibt an vili.e. Ala., August 4, 1869.
Mir: In IV I was afflicted with -scrofula. 1
atteudtst y,,tir Wells und was relieved. 1
have had uo symptoms of It since.
I JUttiN u. rica..
F. S. DAVIS, : : : : : : PmldMi.
JOHN H. STE8WHS, : Vice PreWsit
W. B. WALORAN, : : : : Secirtary
W. j. LITTLE JOHN, : Assistut Secr?t?.y.
F. B. Datis President 1rst alatiooal Ban c.
L- M. Wou'oxt Wo4c it, piuitb ai.,.
Bknj. Kisrsta... Rtce. srtix A l o.
J. W. Jimawit. J. W. Jefferson I o.
H. Vohastha fi t ,ronna A Co.
9. M. MaHA.n Tr,r Hbill'nsA.-.,.
Thomas nVMstrrn smit's- & S'upbms
N. Misira ...Menaen Bri s
Jacob Fricdiiabi 'rie.
J. W. Dirstsso!...DicKli,.i.n. w . .i.is .. ,
ii. H. Jddah Walker hr tt.,
11. M. I.ORWKKSTi-NSj. U.LoeweLmoe isr. ..
J. T. F ARGA30H Far-'asi.ii i ity,
B. BoWLi!so... Mt'am. Row vnj f...
W. P. pRornrrr. liov a ProsHinu
T. B. DtLLAsn Dillaril. Plusou I .
J. J. Ml-rpht -President Meis
John K. stuilis, Thus. Cvck e, P. W.Khi ru.
SOLE AH K NTS FOR
E. CARVER & CO.3
IMPROVED COTTON BIN
WHOLESALE DEALERS IB
ISON. GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc-
270 FR0f-T STREET,
MEMPHIS, : TKNNESSFE
TLANTKK?or raerchants desbrnlng to per.
a ciiase u i u
mind tnat we
VKB & l-o.V
Tbe oneualed I
ginned n these
Ilgbtnesa of tbel
creased yield o
desirable than ii
thee were the fri
ages, uiaae them moie
Jier years, when, ma now,
mistaken lor rheomat ism.
affected with loss of saspel
bowels is general ctsillve.
In the si
ualiui with mx. Tbe
head is tr. oil-let I wi! u
ptiQ, HUii auit, tievy
which ought to it
IaIiiIbk or wmIcum,
iSoiueilmrv jjouie c
dlsMM. aiui iu uiu
w of theiu; but thf lirer is
organ uioat luvulved. Care Uie liver with
Dr. Simmons' Liver Regulator,
A prxpa ration or Roots a sm n krss, wab
ka v rsi) to be strictly vegetable, and can do
o injury to any one.
It baa been used by hundreds, and known
for the last thirty-five years as one of tun
most reliable, efficacious and harmless prep
arations ever offered to tbe sullen ng. If
taken reiruiarly and persistently, it is snre
jheadacbe, Jsnv I
CTniTiT th? BottrJ of 1
tttriK-teU to olfer tor sale the
anthorltj from the storl
Mi IDIllllS HU'I ' JUOUI
rs of the
or! -it ton
"C.B. Church " and M. J. Wicks,"
Their Tackle, Rlfrglnz. etc
: the wiii
as they now lay
lutlon. terms, etc., apply to
J.l. JII MAM.s, i lvsUeUL
Memphis. July 13, lsru. JyU
St. Louli, IDpnbllcan copy.
7K have this day admitted J. A. KIRt'.Y
Vl as partner in oar firm. The business
will be conducted as heretofore uudsr the
name and style of A. J. ROACH A C'X
A. J. KUU'lt,
July 1.1S7U. IJyl.il - W. UKEKN.
Pea body Hotel.
'Mils fan-oas eKtablitltinent, recently built
X and perfectly fitted up with every ad
junctof coniiort aud luxorious ease, ha been
Li-auaferred by Celonet Davia Coekretl to the
uit del-signed, who awure(i the traveliiog pub
lic thai lie w LU do all In his power to make
hi KueLs comfortable.
lyf P. H.UOQDI.OE, Proprietor.
FARM FOR SALE
its readiuK mattof haa I
' Four Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land
six miles west of Urenada. Miss. one hnn-
For three luontns.
CLUBBING BATHS. TO clnbs of two ra
more subscribers ws will send our Mamruotk
Weekly, tbe laraest oaper in the Mouth-. iiiM
liiclies for one vear. each. f2. To elnlui r,i
two or more snbscrlbers, we will send oafdrpd acres cleared and in cultivation do in
paper Healers, Kxpress Agents, Country Mer-uou OI Ln laaa w nna oolt'un iana- wlu
Hants, r-osimaesera. ueiiui Aeeuut, aud anysen wilii isuu me crop, iiiuies, csi i ic nua
lends of the MKMIIUS APl'KAL, wlioboes. Is a Hue neighborhood for a olivsiclan.
rill do so, are retjuested to procure regular
bogs. Is a tine neighborhood
kuhsenbers, remitting to as tfie amount" less lerm8 or iia equivalent.
leu per eenL. or five per cent, for clubs, for Apply w J. fUITEVKNT,
kervlces; or. If preferred, srraugemeuU as ts tirenada. Miasiinnl
umuensatlon will be made. ,mi-Iiu,u . ... -- .. 7 .
uplia HBl on sppUcatloa, ui to j. a., at o. f aiauiaou street, aleiopbls.
ON FOUR. MONTHS TIME!
On Three and Tour Months Time, with Good
NOW Is your time to make your purchases.
My stock Is very large aud in ust be closed
out to make room for my fall stock.
Mteinwar A Sons' Pianos ITsM to JSOil
Krnest Haider's Pianos ijs to (W0
Wm. P. Kmersou's Pianos 375 to Ixi
Also. OOODSKCOND HAND PI AHOS.gome
of them almost as good as new. Prices from
JiUu to laou each. Mason A Ilamlln'a Organs
from lt to tSOO each. Also, tbe celebrated
iinrdett Organs. Uenuine Italian and Roman
N. B. c-.iintry Merchants and liealera will
please give me a call.
Musk- House SI7 Main st , Memphis, Tenn,
Notice to Contractors.
SK.AI.KI) proposals will be received at the
Knglneer'a office, Memphis, Tennessee,
until u ni. on the 1st Augu--. 1S70, lor lbs
zradnation. masonry and superstructure ef
bridges ou the Mississippi Kivsk Kailsoad,
between Covington and Kipiey, alsiut fifteeu
miles. A portion of the work la heavy and
worthy tbe attention of contractors. Pro
flies aud specifications can be seen at tbe En
gineer's office, 4j0 Main street, Memphis, on
and after J uue ti, 1ST0.
i hum. H. MLLLlNGTON,
Je2 Cblef Kng.Mlsa. River 1L R.
mW W I Li' K. COLLINS A CO.. 1W Main Ml.,
exclusive wUolssait) agents for the Moutli. Jtf
TRY THEM ! NONE BETTER
I. HOFFHEIMER L BR0-,
The-Creditors of the Planters' Bank
k RE hereby uotifletl that, by s decree of
la istousawyunii st nssnvine. in the
cause of W. W. Bkrrv aoaixst Tit r. PI.AST
eks' Bake and othkhs, made with a view to
a financial distribution of tbe assets, the
holders of tbe notes of the Planters' Bank,
or any other claims or demands, of whatso
ever natnre, against said Bank, must Die Uie
same in uie omee ot me ciera and Master oi
said Cnsncery Court, by or beiore tne
First Monday in October, 1870,
And that notice of this order be published in
at least one of the daily papers of Nashville,
Knoxville and Memphis, and in the weekly
i.-iii- rs ot rranaiin. rriaski. Murrrsesooro.
Athens and Cbaikaville, eootinaoasly ap to
lue uri. jauuuay in uci oer, i(f.a
MORTON B. HOWELXs
elO Clerk and Master
tery, auctions oi the
vmwbis.,. shiUs, diseases
rity of tlie blood, melancholy or dep
ol spirits, heartburn, colic or pains
bowels, pain is tbe basd, fever am.
dropsy, boils, pain in back and limbs u
erysipelas, female affections, and in m
eases generally . Prepares! only ,y
a. Z.E1L1S, a t '
For sale by all Druggists In Memphis.
mm. ii: uy mail, si
UrugKists. SIvmh, (is.
Southern-Made Cotton Gin.
T' H rs Gin runs Ilrht on
M. good sample, and will
WALfKR M. PHILLIFBV
DAVID L, ST. JO US
PHILLIPS & ST. JOHN,
Wholesale Coal Merchants,
No. 20 MADISON ST.,
Memphis, : : :
say- The only Dealers
COM BCIS8 ION K R FOR THR
District Court oftbellnit'd States
COMMISSIONER FOB THB
Court of Claims at
Comtiiiasioner of Details for tbe Sever
States and Territories, and
ssr Rosea! mast mompt attention alssn to
tbe talcing of IMpositiona, or Commissions
from other States.
OFFICE : No. I COURT STREET,
be team, makes a
itfk BSSffS 'iu
from the same aniouuL o- seed coll, in. and in
less time, than any other Gin. It does not
break the roll nor choke; is simple in itscon
struction, and not liable to get out of order.
The attention of planters is called to the
" Peeler tiln," made by Mr. Pratt expressly
for the Peeler, Molna, aad other vartetiasof
long staple cotton.
Mr. Pratt has made upward of 17,000 Gins
lor India, Egypt, Mexico, Brazil sad the
Southern States, which have given general
satisfaction. Ills Gin took the 860 premium
and diploma at the Shelby County Fair at
Mempbis. and the $10 premium at the Georgia
Slate Fair, at Macon.
It la a good rale to try all things, and hold
last to whst has been approved anil answers
ths purpose for which it la made. Tula Is
claimed for Pratt's Gin, and admitted by
practical planters who have used it.
Orders for Gins, from 10 to au saws, and Gam
Bauds, at New York factory prices, promptly
Oiled. Glnsrrepalred by a skilful OmwrighL
Address, Memphis, Tenn., care of h'arnng
on A lloweli, 2K Front street.
G. W.TKl'KHEAKT, Agent tor
Jyl daw Daniel Pratt, of Alabama.
The standard reputation attained by this un
rivaled and ififalUbU Tesst Powder during twelvs
years saw, is doe te its psriket parity, health
Massf sad ssaasmy. Put up is tins, actual
fulness sad eeoannry. rat up ad
fcurttt to ooe-half IsatOaa other Bel
sssssahss as Batted Sat
siaiaajiiuwrs aad Pn
as Asms isVsst, Asms
THE i 1 1 ii I asssli hi heretofore existing be
tween KB, jj. W. Webber, under the
name and style of E. R Webber A Bro.
Is this day dissolved on a. count of tns death
ef J. W. Webber. The bun mean of said flna
will be settled by E. B. Webber, the surviving
partner, who will continue the Cotton Fac
torage and Commission Business on his own
account, at the old stand. No. SO Front street.
July i, UT7U. uyoj . c. WERESK
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