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THE MEMPHIS T ADULTS' APPEAL T UESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1870.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR FLOATER. 1 FLOATER V A.KCCLOT la candldsle r tor Floater tor the coon' lea of Shelby, Fa elie and Tipton ; (abject to toe will o' the convention. WANTS. ltWKLUKU HOOBB A Dwelling House. I J containing four or Ave room, fn north ern portion of the elty. Address Globe Life, it M.,l!knc street. se4 FOR SALE. 1 1 - 1 n L I'wki-t'M hundred du-gaiiou Wine -c . Apply to SM Front street ss XDUKIRABLK FARM of fortt acre I for Hie, Ave mile eonth of Memphis; well I i.j proved; One orchard; excellent water and till neceasary building. Apply to John Brown, or. the premise, or i.i Judue Thomas Leonard, S71 Main street, Memphis. Tennessee. BUST t'NUINF. AND BOILFR. A stationary en J gl MAI M'K l'laulug Min.ssl Bnwmii sv . Nti Vj sine and boiler, capartty 10-horeijower. lugood running order. Apply at lArre-a nfflDIM BEER M AN DFArTOKT.-all 4 V a - u,rnr..iM corner 1 bird and MM streets (entire but'luea and established in uic; ....j,.. JOE W. hALI, Proprietor. good will auiu 1 ANU-Mi Hundred and Forty Acres of ! . Laud.s miles above M.mphls, 2 miles above Mound City, Ark.: one uiidred an -rts In .u.tlvatior. Weil Baaswa k.khI new 0n and press: good dwelling-house out-houi.es; 4 ne young orchard of very , Imkre fruit or one numireu sui iwru.j - . . tree- one hurdred and sixty acres irjnti.ig vu tlie river, well tiubered; a chance for some man In the wood trade; a large stock of cattle, mules, horses, hogs and larmlnit utensils. 1 will sell a part or the whole to suit the purchaser. For particulars Inquire of James i. Berry, of Mound City. Ark ; or on nreiul.ee, or KARRI "OTOS A Hijh.LL. of sfrmphls. There is a good growing crop u the premises. auK FOR RENT. nWH.l.lNU HOUSES A double Irame House, on Mosby street. Woe. W and M. couUlnl' g I rooms each ; nearly new and In good condlon. For partionlars Inquire or N o. 4:1 Second street. aeS HEATHMAN FLACK. The Heatbman r" i- large house, orchard and garden. ,.i orondwsv I" Fort Pickering, su.i W A. WHKATUiY. BetheM Stat. FIX1R-AU the secood floor of No Sal Ms In st lnunlreoo thepremisea. eul , H-ikiJIBLY II ALL For two years or lees. V To secure this handsome and spacious HaJl. over attl and 3B5 Main street, call on W . A. WHKAl l.s l . reuieu pi'a-a. anil I ) 1 W. A. W HEATLEY, Agent P C. Bethall. LOCAL NEWS. W". Z. Mitchells school, 303 Third St. - The French meeting at oston's was a success. T. M. S. Rbett's school will resume its "xercisee on the first Monday in Septetn- The fire at twelve last night was out beyond the old race course, two miles be yond the corporation line. Uaselmayer, the magician, had what be deserved last night a full house. CJo and see him to-night at the theater. Duncan McLean's saloon the Bay Horse, corner of Monroe and Second Ht reels is the place to go for 'a! f-snd-'all. ale. porter, beer, and goed drinks gen erally. There is to be a grand gathering of the "orders," Red men. Odd Fellows, etc., at Trczevant, on the 15th Inst. That town is already making preparations for the event. The Germans had pleasant picnic ves'.erday at James' Park. The proces sion down Main in the morning carried a number of flags with wreaths from their rtatf tops. A stulled turkey nodded from the end of one pole. It was real pleasant. A. W. Whitaker, Esq., of Grenada county, Mississippi, shipped to this city a bale, of new cotton, received here yee terdsy by Messrs. Guy, McA'leUsn A Co. He ststes that this is certainly the first i -aie of this year's production forwsrded from thst county, and that the cotton which came here from Grensda on the Loth ult. was of last year's crop. Carroll's new cotton shed, on Adams street, is in anw style of construction. Instead of being in a square the four sides are strung out with brick walls be twean each oouiparttueut. It measures tot feet la length, by thirty deep. It is iu copjutction with the Charleston Cot ton Compress. It will be finished in a few days; one of the must convenient HboiM in toe city. S. Godshaw, the second of the victims of the fatal rencontre Saturday, died vew-t-rdsv at half past eleven o'clock. This was ttie most deadly atlair that has oc curred between two men in this city for a number of years. Roth the principals in it are now dead what more eloquent - iniiientary could be offered upon the rriiuiha! folly of having recourse to pis tols to settle a rent quarrel? In noticing the immense potatoes of our friend J. C. Baker, of Chelsea, last wees, we forgot to say that they were sweet and not Irish. But we do not r gret i hf mistake, since it makes for us an opportunity to say that sweeter, dryer or better sweet po'.a-.oee we never nave par taken of. Mr. Raker's snooeaw in raising I iound potatoes la unexampled in this vicinity, and entitles him to an honorable nward from the Agricultural Society of Shelby county. Already the town of Brinkley evince iilo that sort of youthful energy which longs to the advelescent experience of .' iing giants. The depot buildings are (..iu; rapidly up. A numlier of gentle men of this city who bought lots out there at the sale on the 18tb ult., are al ready making extensive preparations in the way of sheds and offices, In anticipa tion of thia summer's crop of cotton, which, in the neighborhood of "Cotton l'lsnt." Is expected to reach 21.000 bales. Toe preliminaries of two saloons have been started, and It is said that an enter prising darky, of Memphis, has located toe site of a barber'a shop. Brinkley j.n.nnsos to be a "right smart town." The house of W. H. Andrews 4 Co . whose card appears in another plane, re quires no cominendalinn at our hands, 'l uo senior member of the firm has been part and parcel of Front street through the past eighteen years. His face, acts, modes of transacting business, his prompt ness and hones' dealing are recognized facts everywhe.e in counties and Slates that trade with Memphis. His psrtner, 1 sines H. Bate, came to Memphis from ii Ulstin, Teun., where be was born and raised, or rather from the Appomatox ap ple tree, where be changed his ha hi La of life and bent a sword into a cotton hook. He is distinguished for tireless energy and promptness, asj the utmost frank ness in social and business life. Tbers was nover a more fitting combination of business and personal qualities than thai effected by the partnership of these two excellent gentlemen. Head their card. A CARD. Memphis, September 5, 1S70. ditors Ayi- ti In your issue of Sun dae, September 4th, in regard to the sad atlair that took place between Samuel ;Jshaw, .irM photographer, and Mr. A. l.inde, the gunsmith, on Ssturdsy evening, you speak of ma Samuel Gou shaw, sr., tiring a pistol ahot which I did not do. Now, in justification to myself sal for the benefit of my friends, I wish you to state that I did not have a pistol fo my possession at.the time of the occur rence. I have no connection with either of the parties whatever. Bat after Mr. Linde bad tired one or two shots I interfered in behalf of peune, and in attempting to take the pistol from Linde I received s llsah w mnd in the left arm from the pistol In tbe bsnds of Llnde. Yours most respectfully, SAMUEL GODSHAW. OUR PRIVATE SCHOOLS. Their Pra pertly tsd Papa la r l.telleetaal Not the least of misfortunes that betel the South In the first years of the past de cade was the suspension of schools and closingof collegiate institutions. Southern youths, in the North and in Europe, wars recalled, and those at home were suffered eje -necessitate to grow up in Ignorance. There la a very perceptible difference be tween the manners, bearing and general intelligence of the "young men of the period" and of thoae who were entering upon the dutiea of manhood ten years ago. All educated people have marked the retrogression In lnte'ligence, and all have deplored it. But the Mouth baa evinced no greater energy in tbe repro duction of its physical than educational resources, and if Melds have bees carefully cultivated, houses repaired and fences rebuilt, no less en ergy and intelligence has been developed in the ro-eelablishtnent of schools and educational institutions. Col leges that a'e richly endowed like the Universities of Mississippi and Alabama have been seized upon, in many instances, by knaves and adventurers, and ren dered utterly valueless, but schools are even more numerous now than before. If the South oonliuues to prosper its In stitutions ot learning will soon transcend in ail elements ot excellence, and in the number of attendants those that existed be tore the war. The infusion of a vast deal of ignorance into tbe mass of voting populstions has excited many to greater efforts directed to the attainment of in tellectual superiority. To the extent that Federal law can equalize races, equality Is perfect, and there has resulted among the most ignorant whites an snxiely to elevate their children in the scale of intellectual humanity stron ger lhn was ever operative" before. Never before were their schools of such unmixed excellence maintained in this city. It has been ax-terted, even by John Randolph, that public free schools de prived parents of tho strongest possible lucentive to industry. Whether this ob jection be tenable or not, the excellent Free Schools of Memphis, maintained at great cost, have only multiplied and im proved the self-sustaining private acade mies of Memphis. Prof. Vigus Is a peer less teacher. His seat of learning and philosophy is on Wellington street, near Beale. Mr. Rhett has won a reputation in this city in social and professisnal life which no gentleman ever before achieved within the brlet period of fonr years. He is second to no instructor of voutl.s in this city. The Armour lusiitute, 271 Madison street, und the supervision of Miss Kmily B. Armour; tbe Klmwood Academy, at the northeast corner of tbe cemetery, managed by the learned T. J. Girardeau ; the Park Avenue Academy, on the Memphis and Charles ton railroad, W. L. Miller, M.A., Princi pal; Mrs. May's excellent school (known as the Turley English and French Fe male Institute), corner Wellington and Linden; the Memphis Female College, 22 Adams street. Win. Carroll, A.M., Prin cipal ; St. Mary 'a School, S58 Poplar street, in charge of tbe accomplished Mrs. Mary E. Pope; the Lee Academy, on Adama street, under the direction of that distin guished teacher, Mrs. M. A. E. Mor gan, than whom there is not one more thoroughly trained for her work; and the Gaines Institute, 16V Madison street, conducted by those skill ful and thoroughly trained principals. Misses V. D. and M. W. Bowers all these schools, their advertisements ap pearing in tbe Api'sal this morning are as honorable to the people that sustain as i to tbe distinguished instructors of youths who conduct them. Tbe next generation of Memphis business men and house wives will surelv transcend in all oaali ties that refi ue.1 intelligence confers the men and women ot our day. FUNERAL Of th Lait htm Blmiy UMJ JMfMlMt OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. II, Poet Opealig Day Tie Schools, Teachers and Sohalart of Metaphit. At IS o'clock yesterday the funeral of the late James Birney Marshall, poet, -cholsr and journalist, took place from Hoist's, on Main street. Tbe gathering of participants in the obsequies was large asm respectable, ana emuraoea delega tion from all classes of our citizens. The journalistic profession was fully rep resented, and there was a large atten dance of tbe printers of the city, by all of whom Mr. Marshall was regarded with respect. THE BODY, which had been laid away In ice during Sunday and Sunday night, was neatly clothed and placed in a handsome casket, on which was a simple Inscription, giving his nsme, date ana place or birth. 1're- cisely at the hour above tbe body was borne to the hesrse by the following Two Thoitaitf Schoolchildren, the Ward of tbe City, at they Appeared to an Appeal Reporter. PALI. BE M. C. Gallaway. F. A. Tyler, J. M. Keating, F. L. James, W. O. Woodson, J. O. Durff. P. Traoey. These gentlemen took places on either aide of the hearse, and the line of march to the Memphis snd Louisville depot was taken up in tbe following ordek of PKOcrssiox: Old Memphis Band. Editors of the City Press. Members of tbe Typographical Union. Citizens and Friends of Deceased, The Hearse and Pall Bearers. Carriages Containing Friends of De ceased. The line of march was up Main street to the Railroad depot, arrived at which the casket, containing all that was mortal of oar friend and feilow-journa'ist, was placed in tbe box prepared for it, the band meanwhile playing an appropriate dirge. Tbe body was then eouioiitieu to tbe care of Capt. F. L. James, of the Ap peal, and Mr. Michael Nea'H, who will deliver it to tbe family of Mr. Marshall, at Covington, Ky. And thus closed tbe last manifestations of respect for one who lived ont of and beyond his failings, ana achieved me re spect if not love of many of his co-laborers or tbe press, in bis intercourse witn his fellow members of this profession he proved himself utterly devoid of the lit tleness and jealousies that with too many ot them are an accompaniment of atniu v. Highly educated, with a mind whose natural force and brilliancy neither time nor the vicissitudes of a long life could impair, he was equal to any task of his profession. He was a ready, fluent, graceful writer, full of resource, and a bard, persistent worker. We have known him long and intimately and learned to resiecl and esteem him as a firm friend and a gentleman in his intercourse with his fellow men. The traces of his genius and ability are to be found all along the Ohio and Mississippi valleys. We give him up with regret. His remains will rest in the State of his birth, the State he always regarded with love and affection, and his dust will mingle with that of his kindred gone before. May he rest In jt-SCC. THE FAIR. Appeal for It Supp:rt The tilt of manufactures. Ben- POLITICAL. SENA TORI aL CONVENTION. Editors Appeal If it is true, as stated by tbe census takers, thst tbe city of Mem pb s contains a population of forty one thousand and the county ot Shelby outside the city limits Jorty five thousand, and if it is also true of the thirty- tire dele gates selected to represent Shelby in tbe SensUiriai Convention, thirty -tour are given to the city and only one to the coun ty, is it at all surprising that dissatisfac tion, deep and universal, should be felt and expressed by the county Democracy and that tbev should demand a fair and equitable representation in the Conven tlon of lhunsday nexiT Now this evident injustice to our " connly cousins" ought to be and can.be satisfactorily arranged by the two gen tlemen who seek tbe senatorial nonilna lion, and their friends, without prejudice to tbe interest oi eitner. By common consent, tbe con test seems to be yielded to Messrs. Kerr and DuBose, one of wl o a will doubtless be nominated by lbs Convention, and as these get tie nen are personal as well as political friends. the only difference between them being a slight diversity of opinion as to who should be the Senator, and the public de siring to get the best man for the place, who can without doubt be elected, as mutual friend I suggest that these gentle men and a few of their friends from the ily and country, get together before the i .invention meets, and adopt some satis factory, healing measure by which all discontent shall be removed ami tbe election by the people, of which ever is nominsteu be insured. I have no doubt the gentlemen who have been selected as delegates will cordially co-operate in such a uovement. MKMriHS TO THE LADIES. Great Sale of Domestic. This evening at 4 o'clock is tbe hour set for the sale of tbe boose and lot on Court street extended, as advertised by PaesmoreA Ruffln. The sale will take place on the premises, and the purchaser will be required to deposit one hundred dollars with tbe auctioneers, Messrs. W. H. Pasamore A Co., as earnest money. The terms are easy, being Vl.sJO in cash, tbe balance in three payments at 1, 'I and 3 years, with b per cent. Interest. NEW BAMK OPENED. There will be a grand opening of the Bank Saloon, on me corner oi court and Second streets uo-asy, wim goou ana --i:tial lunch, at 10 o'clock: a.m. AH lovers ot good drink, such as Yan , ,. Westmoreland, and the well- i. nd mm appreciated Smith whiskies will do well to call and aee Harney. The amount of attention bestowed Tjsm the Human Hair to something mar velous to contemplate. Poets have made It the iHirden of many a awes refrain, and blooming maid ens of many anxious thoughts and aleeplsss nights. At last, however, the question how to obtain, and once obtained how te retain a bswnttful head of luxuriant and glossy hair, baa been set st rest by the general use of Uarrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative," This sdmirsble preparation overtops ewrvthing In the line of Hair Restorers Bd Renowera. , , No stronger evidence need be offered to satisfy tbe public that this article is su perior to all others, than the fact that in J (Sort, it received the highest premium and only award ever mads to any hair prepara tion. We learn that the proprietors warrant tnery bottle to do ail luoy claim for it. Menken Bros, have opened a large line oi iKmiestics very cheap, such aa uoia Medal Bleached Domestics at 12)i cents, Lonsdale, Cambria, New York Mills, v amsutia and other popular brands, very cheap. Tea Boxes. The merchants of Mem phis have long needed a place where tea ! 'xes of different sixes could be obtained. Wilde, Collins A Co. have just received a large shipment, uoxes holding z, 4, b, s, 10 and up to 30 pounds sold at low figures. Editors Appeal For the good of the whole community, we think it necessary to keep the subject or the coming fair be fore tbe eyes oi the public. Uur bumble effort lsst year in that way in making a suitable "appeal" to the inhabitants ot Memphis and Shelby county for the support of the fair has been, we believe, approved and answered some good pur pose. We deem it our duty now to make a strenuous appeal to all good ana in dust nous citizens, and all should feel an interest, to oome forward and sustain the present undertaking. J he combination of tbe Shelby County Agricultural Soci ety and the Memphis Mechanics' Institute their efforts will be united to make the coming exhibition wcrtby of the support ol our people. Domestic ana home man ufacture is what gives wealth and charac ter to a people. The Louisville Journal said not long since, that one factory, in that city, of fifty bands employed, put more money in circulation, than twenty drv goods or grocery stores, because the moneys lor dry goods and groceries is sent abroad and but a small per cenlage of it remains at home ; but the money of the manufacturer is divided among tbe me chanics, who spend It to obtain the com forts and necessaries of life for himself and family. To illustrate: I saw a very pretty buggy in my rounds through the city it was manufactured here ana sold for $350. All that money remains here, and is divided tietween the factor and em ployees and of course so much gained at home, when otherwise a buggy of the same value may be brought from Phila- lemma or Cincinnati and sold at tho fame price. The merchant in that case may retain his ten per cent, profit, but must return over three hundred dollars to the manufacturers ol the buggy iu the North, to help to sup port them and their bauds, so .far distant I us, that we can gain no possible ad vantage in its expenditure. This is but one isolated case like the grains of sand compared to the Band heap. If one soli tary buggy made ana disposed oi nere, will detain and circulate in our midst the amount of three hundred dollars, how great tbe amount must be that would be stopped and circulated here, if all the various articles oi manufacture thai nous its outlet and money value In this section, were all manufactured in our midst. It has been somewhat roughly computed, that Memphis furnishes for distribution. articles that in their manufacture, would support a population of two hundred and nrty thousand people, n it roller lor us t send the money abroad and support the above number of people, in various and distant places from us? or would it be belter to support them Here with the very same moneys that nowlpays for their goods, wares and merchandise, and have tbe advantage of tbe circulation of such vast amounts of moneys in our midst Jand with the acquisition of strong arms and active minus our waste places would blossom ss the rose; material wealth would rapidly increase, anu the benefits would be mutual to all. Tbe coining Fair is but a single step, but it is a step in tbe right direction. Let it be sustained, and sustain every step that will advance man ufactures and the arts among us. t TO THE HONORABLE DELEGATES TO THE GUBERNATORIAL CONVENTION. You will consult vour interest and c"m- f irt by going via the Memphis and Louis ville railroad. It la seventy-eight miles tbe shortest route, l'ullnisu's Palace Sleeping Coaches have heeu engaged for the special use ol the delegates. These can go through to Nashville without change, with three assistants to attend to tbe comfort of the delegates. Call at he office, 2.C t, Main street, snd secure yonr iertbs in the sleeping cars, rare as low as by any other route. SELL HOWELL. Passenger Agent. We promise to show to our patrons tin most complete stock of f.annela and me rinos in Memphis, in every color and quality, as well as at tbe very lowest bbjbssb iir.It-.uoi hku., 1SH Main street. TO PLANTERS. The Great Inveatioa of the Aae-Reverd. tfetloa Champion Cottoa Gin and Huller. EDUCATIONAL. Glaalag for a thorough business education, go to Leddin s Commercial Co. lege, T-Ui Main street. Evening sessions, commencing Monday, September Ml. Bargains in Silks. Striped and checked siiks, at 66, 75 and 85 cents and $1 per yard, at B. Lowenstein A Bros'. Cottoa with or without Previous Picking from the Boll. Wivbs axp Mothers. Only woman knows what women endure; and If there be anv means ol assuaging tbe dlsti of body and mind which so many thou sands experience, day after day and wsek after week, with a fortitude which puts to shame tbe boastful courage or man. who will deny that so great a blessing to the sex should be found in every house hold T Millions of men have been benefited by its use, bat among the feeble and sickly o the opposite gender, who, per haps, need it most, its virtues are not so widely known. This foremost remedy of tbe age this specific for every species of debility, general or local, constitu tional or casual, la Plantation Bitter. One right of woman, at least, will be con- eaded the right to strengthening h Irani f to sustain the ills of which tbe laws of nature have made her the unfertunale Let i For ginning cotton, regardless of how picked or gathered and splendid sample made. First premium (blue ribbon and diploma) awarded at the Louisiana State r air. New Orleans, April, 1870. we nave been appointed agents tor tbe sale of the above celebrated gins, and re spectfully ask tbe earnest attention of planters to them, believing that they are a great improvement upon any gin now In use, and destined to work a perfect revolution In tbe ginning of cotton. A sample gin can be seen at our storehouse, -os. sod ana 3oB f ront street, below Union, sod all persons interested are in vited to call and see for themselves. STEWART BROS. A FIZER. The acknowledged healthfulness, un rivaled flavor, delicacy, great conveni- snes. sad extraordinary cbespness of Sxa Moss Farinb, will always keep it in the foremost place amor.g articles lntenaoa for a table dessert. II all's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer win stimulate the aoaoroents ana me se cretions of the hair tubes until they re gain their original vigor. 'J ry It. II f a A Jonek, 282 Main street, Bethall Block, wholesale and retail dealers in Pittsburg, Cannel and Ohio river Coals. and Gas Coke. Both city and steamer trad supplied. Brownb A Browne 315 Second street. PERSONAL, Colonel Joseph Lenow and Rev. Dr. Ford hsve returned from a four weeks' tour among the Northern lakes and along the seashore. We learn that they had a pleasant trip and were much benefited by the change. B. LowBHSTXiN A Bros, have about two I undred patterns of those cheap striped and checked silka on hand yet. Tiadla who hsve not yet looked at those cheap silks would do well to give B. Lowenstein dt Bros, a obu mis wees. I have broken np several long-stand ing oases of Chills ond Fever with Sim mons Liver Regulator. I also find It a great remedy for Dyspepsia and Liver Diseases. J. W. ANSLEY, Buena Vista, Georgia. Without Spot am Hxdimkst. Pha- lon'a Vi talis, or Salvation for the Hair, has no bad smell, and does not slain tbe skis. It has no ingredient that subsides in the form of filthy sediment. Conse quently, it la not shrouded in darkened tsiitles. The natural color of tb hair. however oompleUly It may nave fadsd out, is invariably reproduced by the VI- talla. Hold by all druggists. Eoonomt. Bv using Mrs. Whiteomb's Svranfor children, mauv aaoctora oil! can be saved, and much suffering averted. Read tho advertisement In another col umn. Sash Ribbons just received at Menken Bros'. Yesterday was one of the biggest days In the year among the young folks ot Memphis, and of every other city In the United Statea. Daring tbe long, hot days of the vacation, no little urchin played hookey, as there was no occasion for it. Tbe season of hookey is inaugurated. It comes in with oysters snd cool nights. The schools opened yesterday with a great flourish or slate pencils, chalk, copy books and steel pens. An army of small people, some of tbem exceedingly dimi nutive, assembled from all quarters at tbe various designated rendezvous to at tack, with i-heertol determination, tbe huge monster, ignorance. There was hurrying to and fro, and tramping hot haste, multitudinous face scrubbing sad hair brush ing, and tbe weapons of war were sought in old drawers and lumber rooms, and there was a general overhauling of garrisons for books, slates, geogra phies, pens and marbles, those latter more important than all the rest. The school boy of our time is a great improve ment on the stupid and unwilling lubber of Shakeapeaie's day. We have no little man who goes crawling to school, digging his thumbs into the corners of his eyes, snuttiing and blubbering as be goes hug ging the houses along the shady side of the street. On the contrary, he jam pa out the hall door with a laugh and a shout, and pressing his hat closely down over his eyes, he rushes from the front yard into the middle of the street and begii a bis progress school ward by jumping Iwic e as high aa himsoir. The little females , o along in knots discussing fashion and t h opera, or talking conic suctions and met aphysics. On yesterday FOUR THOUSAND OF THE HAPPIEST , H!f. PBEN IN THE WORLD Commenced their scholastic year In Mem phis. Just think of whst a pile of books and learned parapbrenalia this little ar my carried under their arms. Imagine for a moment the amount of ham, nansarn and bread und butter It took to make a comfortable noon-day lunch for thst crowd thai, noiaey, reckless, miscbeiv ious, hungry crowd f incipient human ity ! then, on tbe other hand, what a stock of patience, what a system of mild, and at the same time, rigid discipline, what tor tearauce, what fortitude, what heroism will be necessary among the scores of teachers, whose pleasing though toilson e duty it will be to traiu this fearful young idea and show it how to shoot Yesterday morning four thousand young ones hur ried off to their respective schools. Six teen hundred of tbem are for THE PCBLIC SCHOOLS. From the moment the Educational Board-rooms were open until they were closed there was a continual rush of youngsters up to Mr. Loath, for permits to attend one or other of the pubh schools. At 10 o'clock there were at leat t a hundred of them beautiful, innocent children in the large room, waiting to get their little Blip of paper which would give them the right to attend the free schools for the next nine months. Up ward of three hundred petmiis were is sued yesterday, and it is expected that the daily issue tor the next ten days will be equal to that yesterday. There are seven school buildings for white children in tbe city, containing about fifty scbooh. The organization for the session was com pleted in all of them yesterday. The Appbai. sent a reporter out among those schools, to see how things weie done, and to observe the condition of the buildings, and ascertain the prospects for the coming scholastic campaign. The first one visited was MARKET fTRKET SCHOOL, situated at the corner of Third and Mar ket, lately a private bouse. It was rented by the Board during the last session snd two schools established in it for primary purposes, under the auspices of Miss l'helan and Mrs. Reilley. At the end of the term those two schools were in a flourishing condition, each having an averaare attendance of neariy fifty pupils. This vear there or four schools in this building two above and two on the ground floor. If c Slaughter, formerly of Adams street, is me principal, lis onened vesterdav wii ) fifty-two pupils He teaches the lower mathematics and irrammar. Miss Ren. delbaber haa a roll of fifty papils. Miss i neian nss twenty-live, with s capacity for sixty, which is expected to he niio.1 and Mrs. Reilley commenced with Cftv' which will be slightly increased. This building has four excellent schools aooh 1icbiuou uiti uy an excellent teacher ALABAMA STREET SCHOOLS. Ibis building contain e'nrht a.,hr,-,!- MbsClara Conway is the principal, a lady oi reniHrKAoie genius Itir tsaahinv A ib iaie exnio'tion, ner pupils made a brll liant record. She has them all back thia term, save a class of eight, which she sent to iurt street, the female hiir'i school Mieieachea grammar ami tbe lower mathe matics, tier pupils, at the opening, num ber uflien. Miss Moone has fortv. Miss lioche, twenly-eighl; MissNhsro. twentv eight; Mrs. Smith, forty; Miss Reudel- nuoer, twenty; .Miss I'etil, thirty. There are two hundred and fifty enrolled for this building at present. The increased iaciiiiies at me Market stroet school drew away at least one hundred of those who attended me Alrttiaiua street schools :t ion It is to be notioed that I his school. nouse was inorougnly cleansed, white washed, eto., during tha vacation mH that the pupils who attended it enjoyed remarkably fine health. COURT STREET BUILD! NO is another of those private-house conver sions. 1 be building is not very preposes sing st first, but the teachers say they find the rooms very suitable for the pur poses of Instruction. It is here that those brilliant young ladies who made mih . decided sensation in the former exhibi tion are taught. It is etnDhatieallv a hirh school. Latin is tsught. The nm.lla who were there last session made great progress in the higher mathe matics and in physiology, and at the ex hibition showed plainly enough that the intricacies of grammar and composition won, luoiouguvy "issiereo.. miss H la Ism the principal, assured our reporter that most of those young ladies would be in attendance this session. There are six school here, all lady teachers. Their roll at present number nearly three hun dred. A pleasing feature not to be over looked with impunity is the attention that appears to hsve been paid to the broken glass during the recess. The la dies who hsvs charge of this building were mostly away on summer tours and came back to their long labor with re newed energies, and eyes, if possible, much brighter than before. LINDEN STRXBT HOUSJi is the center part of the Alabama atreet building. Mr. Hines is prin cipal. There are one hundred and fifty pupil already enrolled. Tho otherschools could not be visited by our reporter in time to catch them open, but ample jus tice will be done at a future day. CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. Chief among these is the St. Agues. It opened yesterday with, if possible, more than usual eolate. In a dayor two a hund red young ladies will be in attendance, The education imparted at thia institotlon is of a high order, and in consequence of the great number of friends and relations that have passed beyond Its walls, it en joys an enviable reputation among the tern ale colleges or tbe South. Professor Sabatsky is the music teseher this ses sion. The La Salette academy, on Third that is a preparatory school for the St, Agnes. It is also presided over by the Sisters of St. Dominic. The opening yes terday was brilliant. Nearly all the pret ty and good pupils of last session are back again, together with a heavy delega tion of new ones. Great attention is naid to musical La Salette. There are no fewer than six pianos in the house. The reli gious instruction of tbe young ladies here as at St. Agnes Is a matter ot paramount importance. There is s beautiful little chapel in the bail ding itself, where tbe pupils are taught to pray and worship uoa witn pare nearia. ia a alette is iem. rue new aaaition to tne parochial school on Washington street will be finished in two or three weeks, after which 500 pu pils can be accommodated at St. Peter's schools. It is the Intention of Fath r Kelly to have a first class teacher for boys in those schools this fall. The St. Patrick schools are in charge of three sisters, who came here from Nashville last year. The boy are taught by Mr. Lyne, an experienced teacher. These school hsd a very en couraging opening yesterday, and when Father Riordan return from Europe a fresh Impetus will be given to education in his great pariah. Tbe reporter ot the Appeal feels how incomplete thl hasty notice is. It would be much fuller if the schools were not so scattered, and if the crowded column of the paper did not veto any further elabo ration ol the subject this time. DICKENS MURDER. Capture f the NoTdertr at Slack Creek. Deputy Sheriff Frame, with an assist ant, yesterday captured, at Black Creek, the following named persons, supposed to be the murders of the bite Colonel Dickens: John Hill, William Davis and R. Oouldsby. They ware brought into town this morning, snd lodged in Jail to await an examination. ALABAMA. Moalaatloat of tb Democratic Party. Ap- Special Correspondence Memphis PBAL.J Montoomeby, September 3. The Democratic Convention has done its work. It has made its nominations and baa cut out some hard work for the Democratic party. Robert B. Lindssy, formerly Senator from Franklin coun ty (now Colbert), a distinguished citizen of Tuscumbia, Alabama, brother-in-law of Ex-Governor John A. Winston, is tbe candidate for Governor. He is s Scotchman by birth, and removed to this c .untry In IMS. He was a school teacher for many years and now occupies a distln- uished position at the bar of Alabama. !e is a brother of D. R. Lindsay, former editor of tbe Florence (Alabama) Jour nal. He will make a good run. lie is opposed by Smith the present Radical in cumbent, who received the renomination of his party. Tbe prospect of either party will be well understood by therreadsrs of me nri-iAL wuen tney learn that there were TOO delegates at tbe Democratic Con vention and only a few dead beats and hangers on of Grant's administration rep r sented the Radical party at Selina. Other nominees of the Democratic party are Dr. E. H. Morne, an ex-Confederate Surgeon and State Senator since the war, for Lieutenant Governor; Colonel Hodg son, editor of the Monegomery Mail, lor Superintendent of Puilic Instruction; Captain J. J. Parker, of Monroe, for Sec retary of State; Major L. F. McCoy, ot Lee, for Treasurer, and W. A. San ford, for Attorney General. These are all good and true men, qualified for the positions to which they aspire snd to which It is be lieved they will be elected. . Black Silks At Herzog A Bro's are sold much lower than they can be bought for at any other house In town. We are making this article a specialty, and no lady should be satisfied in buying a silk dress, if she hss not priced our black silks HERZOG A BRO., 294 Main. We are opening to day another new lot of French and other calicos. HERZOG A BRO., 294 Main street. The $12 Lever Watch, No. 13,580, pur chased from Chas. P. Norton A Co., 86 s sau street, New York, January 6th, been carried by me over six months, wit i a total variation in time of only l Acnty-six seconds, without the slightest regulating, and presents the same bril liancy of color as when purchased. JAMES R. WILTON, 8ec. American S. M. Co., N Y New York, July 30. 1870, Starch. 100 boxes of Starch at Wilde, Collins A Co. 'a, to be sold to merchants only. Pabt-culab NoTfCB Otbtkrs. Ot. ters. Oysters. Tbe leading and most extensive Oyster and Game dealer in Memphis, for the last five years, Is J. D. Edwards, 278 Second street : the onlv nerl son that ever worked to get oysters down to living prices in the Memphis market. Talk about a large business in Oysters, Game, Fish and Dressed Poultry just keep an eye on Headouarters Ovster. Game and Fish Depot, if yon want to see the bail roll thia fall and winter. Receiv ing fresh oysters daily. J. D. HOWARDS, 278 Second street. Passmore A Co. sell this morning, at Burr A Aikin's carriage shop, on Second street, a tine new transfer wagon. Chinese 8pbcipic This medicine is advertised by Mr. J. V. Fuaaall, an old citizen, known to be a man of integrity. Read hi advertisement in another column. RIVER NEWS. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Rt Louis Kt. Joseph D m IU am fM p.m Yicksburg White Mver Prlar's Point. . .tITT or L'aibo ... ..Legal Tendkk.. .A. J. White -5 p.m ARRIVALS. City of Vlcksbarg -rr ,. Belle Memphis.. i lly ol (aire .. .St. Lonls .Ht. Louts JJt. Loal Ht. Francis river . Arkansas Kiver WMte river Vlckabnr' New Ortv.ui DEPARTURES. Colorado Thompson Dean Belle Memphis Hallie V (Jensral Anderson Tho-. H. Alien H. 0. Dsv Mary Boyd Legal Tender Colorado ... Thompson Dean 'ily of Yicksburg.... IN PORT. Legal Tender, Mary Boyd St. Inta . Ht. Louis - .81. Louts Dyersburg ......... Friar's Point ..-Arkansas River .Vlcksbarg h rt. nv vuy oi uairo. RIVERS, WRATHKR AND BUSINKas. Gas Works, September 6, 1870. River fell five inches in past twenty-four hours. Below high water mark of 1867, twenty-eight feet five and a half inches. CHAS. GOODWIN, Superintendent Gas Works. BT T1LXQRAPR, Cincinnati, September 5. River fallen 9 feet 5 i nches. Weather cool and clear. Pittsburq, September 6. Under the influence of the recent rains the Monon gahela is rising slowly, with S feet 1 inch in tbe channel. Weather clear. Thermometer 76 at noon. Nashville, September 5. The river here is stationary, with three feet on Har petb shoal. The weather ia fair and cool for the season. Arrived: Burksville and Alpha, from Cairo. Departed: Burks ville and Alpha, for Cairo. misckllanbous. Tbe old frame mill buildina? at the foot of Exchange will socn go by the board. 1 is day Is nearly over, and it worn, shab by appearance reminds one of an ill-spent life. For a long time past the old thing has been abaudoned, or nearly so. Only a few squalid families or mackerels find shelter from the storm and weather under its roof. During the past few davs boats ht had trouble below Cairo for the first time this season. Island 34 is the worst nlane and but feet is reported over the bar at that point, with the current running like a mill race and the channel hard to make. Tbe R. E. Lee has been fast there for tbe Cast two daya, and will not get off until er entire load is discharged. The bars between Cairo and St. Louis are all very bad, though Jefferson barracks and Lib erty are worst. There is but 5 feet scant on the latter and 6 feet on the former. Ladies, dent tail to look at our cheap fancy silks thl week. B. LOWENSTEIN A BROS. Fini French caaslraerea and cloths for gentleman, Just opened at Manki Steam Fittiko 81 Second atreet. Flannels for ladies' and children's woar; opera flannels, plain and printed; 10-4 baker flannel, Just opened at Men ken Brothers'. Pomps and Flxtcbks 315 Second t. Gas Fttttno SIS Second itraat. Fifty Hours Nbw York Dailies. Joe Locke, 238 'A Main street, receives tbe Herald, World, Times, Tribune, Sun and Journal of Commerce : also, the weeklies, etc., through in fifty hours. SBk advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dis pensary headed. Hook for tbe millioi MARRIAGE GUIDE in omn. it should he read by another co all. I havb for tbe past eight months con stantly used ono of the $12 Oride Gold Lever Watches, manufactured by Charles P. Norton A Co., 86 Nassau street. New York, snd found the total variation in its time but one-half minute (thirty seconds), and It retains the same appearance of gold aa when purchased. Several of our men use them with the same results. I cheerfully recommend them for correctness and wear. HORACE W. WHITAKER, Erie Railroad. DRY GOODS. WHOLESALE DRY-GOODS B. Lowenstein & Bros. Would call the special attention of all elate buyers to their large aud attractive stock of Staple and Fancy D ry-Go ods "ow opening. Oar stock of Domestics, Stripes, Linseys, Satinets, Jeans, Osnaburgs. Plaids, Delaines, Cassimeres, Flannels, Blankets, etc., Is uunmially large. No belter assortment can be found this side of New York. We would also call especial attention to oar large und beautiful stock of New Prints, Dress Goods. I JVC MI 17 Ga- CI Oaks, Shawls, Gloves. Hosiery, IVToti Etc., etc., Which we figures. oiler at the lowest possible B. Lowenstein & Bros 242 and 244 atreet, Corner Jefferson street. Entrance to Wholesale Department. 244 INSURANCE. THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY FIRE AND MARINE Insurance Conpa'y of Memphis. CAPITAL, : : $300,000 00 Fall style hats at aign of the tiger. Wbeaton A Co.'s, Rosendalb Cbmbnt. XX) barrel of Rosocdale Cement will be sold the coming week at prices that defy competition, at Wilde, (Joliins A uo. s, iw main atreet. All of the latest weeklies and month lies, J ast received at Joe Locke's, 236 H Main i.treet. Hit Cobwirb. Drocrietora of the Job Printing astabllshmsnt In the Ap peal Buildlnjr. 14 Union street are now prepared to execute orders o Job frinliBK cn tbe shortest notice. Tb pa trons of the Appkai. will boar thiamin mind and act accordingly. W. E. Ward's Seminary tor yoang la dies, Nashville, Tennessee, the largest school In the South, and the mi st com plete in its Boarding and Literary arrange ments, opens on Thursday, September 1. For oataLogus address W E. WARD, NOTICE. The friend and acquaintances of tha late Owen Smith, and the public gener al! v. are hereby notified that the business of hi establishment will be continued the same aa usual. Grateful for past favors aud patronage, it Is hoped tbat by prompt attention to business Dy experienced hands, the same will be continued by a generous and kind public mtvs, urr jus dsiih, The A. J. White is asrround at Friar Point and failed to arrive yesterday. The Cheek takes her place and leaves this evening, it is thought tb White would get off to-day if some of tb large boats passed In time to give her a pull. White river has 4 feet to Aucrusts, the htvlsaa p-wnit rwcuou o u pacKeis; above there to j season port mere is i rest. Arkansas ha 3 feat to LitUa Rock and is declining, xjoslntsa yesterday was quite active. l'he Allen went 10 Arkansas with a aood trin. Th An ueroon went to r nar's roint with a fair trip, me same v . went to Halle's Point with a moderate trip. The Belle Memphis came in from St. Louis, discharged a (rood load and returned In the evening. The i,ny or vicksburg passed down in the fore noon with a nne trip for V icksburg with her p ickers full of champagne and spark ling catawba to atuff the Vicksburgers when they present her with that fine piano promised some time ago. This summed up the business of yesterday at the levee. Tbe weather was too warm for oomiort except where covers and awn ings afforded protection from the sun's rays. The City of Cairo passes down this morning tor Vicksburg, leaving at 10 o ciocB. uapt.jas. W. Laker Is her gallant commonder. The Aanafwill be here to-day and leave on nor return ror Cincinnati Thursday. Tbe Columbia will pass from St. Louis lor Arkansas to-morrow. The Mary Boyd has laid up. The Legal Tender, Captain John D. El liott, leaves for Auirnata. DnVall'a Rinrrs and all points on White river thia evenl ine st o o clock. The St. Joseph, Captain Corbett, leaves for St. Louis at 5 p.m. aa tha regular mail packet. The O. W. Cheek leavea for Friar's Point at 6 p.m. in place of the White. Cap tain Geo. Cheek goes In command. Marine hospitals aloncr tba rivers of tne west are about to be turned over to State authorities and charitable societies owing to the expense of keeping tbem np being greater than the n i fa 7nls ot tbe erioe will warrant. Practical expe rience shows the system to work better under tha new order than under Govern ment authority, while It ia mnch cheaper. Colonel J. Birney Marshall's funeral yesterday was well attended by tbe news paper fraternity and numerous nillssns A band of music headed the procession, F. 8. DAVIS, : JOHN R. STEBBINS, W. B WALDRAH. W. J. UTTLEJOHN, : PraaMaat, : Viae President. : : : Secretary Aitistaat Secretary, DI RECTO RB: P. 8. DA vox. President First National Bank. u. M. wolcott Woloott. Hmllh A Co. Bbnj. Kis'.m an Rice. 8tlx A Co. J. W. JarrsKson J. W. Jefferson Co. N. Coroj n a M. Coronna Co. F. M. Mahan .Toof, Phillips Co, Anumaa oiith noi .ill m niepnens M. MBKiK Menken Bros Jacob Fbibdbtas... Friedman Bros. J. W. Dickinson... Dickinson, Williams A Co. w. n. jl-dah w sixer Bros. Co H. M. LoiwknhtinsJ. H.LowentineA Bros j. r abuason Farjaaon A Clay W,PjmaeJa. bay ProudflU . n. nu,uBD .Ulnars, Plnson Co J. J- MctPHV .President Memphis Bank. JO "J. BTBBAIHB, THO. OOCBA, F. W. SMITH. sausss HALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR To Merchants Tremendous Arrival. 1000 PACKAGES OF DRY GOODS, ETC , Opened this week. Menken Bros. Offer Large Li nan of Prints, Flannels, Jeans, Fancy Delaines, Linseys, Osnaburgs, Balneal before tbe advarsne, and will be sold vary eh tap. Merchants will find It their Interest to ex amine our stock beforo buying. Menken Brothers 261 and 263 Main street. Bay Wholesale entrance. No. Ml. FALL PRICE LIST! AT VENDIG BROS. & CO. New Printu from 6Jc to 12e per yard, Bl'd and Brown Domestics, 10c to 18o per yard, 10,000 yards Ginghams, Checks and heavy Plaids at Ifie per yard, STEAMBOATS. fob err. louis. Mempta and St. Lout. U. S. Mail Una For Osceola, Madrid, Hickman. Belmont and Cairo Connecting at wmvui wim iu. Iron Mountain B. R-. at Cairo with Illinois Central Railroad, and beau ap toe Ohio Ktver. BT. JOttKFB . coraex, master l.. ta mm .r.lllJ E will leave aa above TBI DAT, 8th lost., at 5 p m. Freight received at tbeBt. Lonls Waarfboa W K. DILL, Agent. FLM. CALVEKT. Hupt. FOB VICKSBURG. Uailed States Mall I.'ne for VtckDurg-For Helena, Nspoieon and VtcXsbarg. CITV OF CAIRO Laker, master Tii:.i elegant passenger steadier , wl 1 1 (save as anove THIH DAY, Mb. Inst., at 10 a.m. Frelghi received at the St. Louts Wharfsoat. W. E. DILL. Aawak at FI.K.M . CA I . VKKT. gop't. Colled Slates Msll Line for Vieksborg. For Helena, Napoleon and Vlcksbarg. JULIA .Callahan, master Tills miu&hl oasenirer nacXet THL KMDAV. swpl. sin, at 1 p.m. FreUiil received at the ML Lotus WUarfooal. W. t. i'l LI.. Agent, septl FLiKM.CALVKHT, easp't, FOR CINCINNATI. Memphis and Cincinnati Packet-For Lou. - ville and Cincinnati. APfNA stein, master Tbls splendid passenger packet ill leave as aisive J TIICBU'AY ith Inst., at S p.m. LAUKY liAKMSTAli a CU Agents, set, Ms,by Bl,M-k. M Front How. FOR FRIAR'S 1X1 OH. ' FOR HELENA tv FRIAR'S POINT The new and elegant steamer A. I. WHITE 'sea. Malone, master mil enureiy ue ande egant. paSKeuer Btt-ams' , hollt express-, ly for this trade, will leave aa above every ll" ES DA V . nil-KMDA Y n1 SATCKDAT, St ij p L FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis, White and Little Red River U. ti. Mm.; Tuesday 1'acket For Helena, Friars' Point, LeVail's lilurr, Searcy, Aognata and Jacksonport; connecting at DeV all's Blnit with irsln lor LilUe Boca, ana Hot Springs LEGAL TF.KDBR John U. Elliott, master Thia elegant light draft steamer will leave us aixive , l liis DAY. -in iut at 5 u tu. KLLIUTT M I LLfclR, Agents. M Froaasaads siieet. epp. I svntl i na. Memphis sod White River United Stales Mail Lias. DURING the summer, and nntti ran her notice, the boats oil this line will leave Memphis river on Tiioci'y db 8virct'ysi At 5 o'clock p m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to W. H KSNSEDaY, Agent. Na i Madison -v. Man ton Block. Or to KLLiliTT . MILLER, Ajrenls. am.' No. i Prorusnade at . opp. Landing. is FOR ARKANHA8 RIVER. 8. Uoa is and Arkansas River Packet Com pany For Lit! Is Bock. Van Bnren and Fort eiutiih. COLUMBIA Davs Haney, master This elegant and swift steamer m i ii ss slssta J W Kll r.MJA X . , in lust., ll i p.m. LAJIRY HaRMSTAD CO., Agents, ae Mosby Block. 304 Front Row. Msaphis and Arkaasas River Packet All Wool Flannels 20c to 50c per yard. A beautiful Una of Fall Drees Goods, at 25c per yirard. Highly Perfumed Soaps, Kid Gloves, GOc per doz, 70c a pair, is the best article known to preserve tba uair. it win positively restore Bray Hair to It Original Ceier and us Kreerte. It is an enllrslv nawr u,,.ntlfl. combining many ot tbe most powerful and restorative agents In tbe vegetable kingdom. ft Hake tb Hair moe as olossv sd doe eet stale tiw ski ! IT IS K ECO MM ENDED AND UHgD BT THX fflr.LULALi Auinuaiii, Vor a a! A hv til rlmnatiafa DS-takA 4T1 tn B.P. HALLAOTA, Nashua. X. B.. Proprietors REMOVAL. Pioneer Lamp and OH Store. o. r. PBXscorr. . p. pbsscott. O. F. PRESCOTT U CO. V ; ..r"',??vd eur I ama and OU Store i.m me uiuiuuia, rcs tv jeaersoa iing else In our House sold very We also keep s rail line of Wool Yarns, Cotton Yarns, Battings, Coverlids, etc. VENDIG BROS. & CO., 226 Mala Street. Urdt-is solicited from 'he coeutry. aso COTTON AND COMMISSION CARDS U. S. Mail Line SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. DTJRINQ the summer months tbe Wednes day ooat lor Arkansas river w'.'.l be with drawn, aud during the present good .tags of water our boats will leave Memphis for Little Rock and all Intermediate landings On MONDAYS) and FRIDAYB,alao'cioek p.m. Returning, will leave Lie I.- Kack (or Mem phis on MONDAYH and THURrtDARH, at 5 Oo'ock pro These boats are new and elegant passenger p.vketa, and are unsurpassed "' any lss In the line ror speed and comlorL They mass dire- connection at Little Rock for HOT HfHiNO" with the regular United "Haiea mail iwhes; and for FORT SMITH and all intermediate points on Mondays and Thurs days with the new and very lightdraft passenger packets, Dardanelle. Captain Dis unites, arui Fort Uioson. Capt Bowlln. Freights consigned to this LlS"B AT MBat PBi.soK vJolth or Whits Riveb will be for wrrded pomptly to destination without charge lor transfer. - JOHN D. A0AM8, President. No. 3 Afadlson St , - tan ton Bloc. McCi-l-hb cask:.. Jlt-kef Agents, sei No. & Stanton Kiock. Ii'tf' floor. FOR NEW ORLEANS. J. Freak Hick. J. Stat Neal. Matter Mamphis and Maw Orieans Regular Packet Line Season of 1870-71. BELLE LEE MAGENTA, - One of tbe above elegant pas- y.,r nacltets will leave Mem- nhilf... NVw , Irleans everv Wednesday, corn .nenclng Weaaesday, September I4th, and w'll continue la the trade turonghont.the sea. on. an(P iEtCPHlS el NEW ORLEANS UNE, SEASON OF 1870-71, The low-pr KICHM0N0, : M0LLIE ABLE, : gni s steamer, Ni Sreea, Master : Du Al, auater NEof the above elegant pas- , aenger packets will leave j Jobr RossxB, formerly of Camden, 8. C. Jams s Izakb, Forrest City, Ark. ROSSER 4 IZARD, COTTON FACTORS General Commission Merchants, No. 256 Front Street, an 18 daw Mas: ph. is. Ts.sif asaam, BR. C. W. MALOJTB. JOBS r. THOMAS. MALONE, THOMAS oV CO., (Successors te Cunningham, Wicks A Malone), OOTTONT W And Commission Merchants, 15 Union St., Lse Block, Memphis, Tenn. Special attention given ders. to ailing auiu-u- DK R W. PmaCOCK, J. 8. C ARRCTH BBS Brownsville, Memphis. R. B A voocb, ot T. L. BUaa A Co.. Parts. PEACOCK, CARRUTHERS & CO., COTTON FACTORS an SEN L COMMISSION MERCHANTS, oaC FRONT STREET, earner Union (Far OOUlngton A Church's New Building), Memshis. Tenn. Soeclal attention to sale of Produce generally, and filling orders, aul () Memphis lor ewuriens Kvsar hat& commencing Saturday. September 17th. and will continue In the trade throughout 'be seasi.n. v. SEPARATING COTTON-GIN. THE C0TT0NCR0P OF 1870 CAN be gathered In the boll hulls, leaves, stems aud all. The drop cotton aud un opened bolls eau be saved. THBSarARATtaa CoTTOs-aix will save all. and gin It ont eleaner, leas cut, snd leas nspped lint, than can be made from the same fleld iu the usual way, by the best gins now In use. aar Send for circular. DOWDALL, PAOK a CO., 8L Iuls, Mo., yW-daw Sole Makers. - THE SYMPTOMS iLlver Complaint are (uneasiness and pain a tke side. Some It imes the pain 1 la Jibe shoulder, and M tism. Tha Itosn aan as affected with loss of appetite and sickness, SIMMONS' LIVER bowels la general eoanve. sometimes altar. Wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, , . wl,h lav Th. head la troualaa with Ipam, and dull, heavy sensation, oonsldsra- Ible loss of emory, lacenmnanlad with pamrel sensation or naving tan uooass something which ought to have been dona. Often complaining of weakness, debility snd low spirits. Sometimes soma of the above attend the disease, and at other times very fsvr of ttiem; bat the liver is generally the or tan mc st Involved. Cor tha liver with. Dr. Sin;mons' Liver Regulator. W. H. AHSBBW, Memphis, Tenn. H. Bats. Middle Tenn. W. H. ANDREWS & CO. COTTON FACTORS, OenerAl Produoe AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 280 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. OUR 3k YEAR IN MEMPHIS. Do bob C. TaAJ) sr. H. Q. Residence, 831 Union St. Trader cte Co , Cottoa Factor, and Nf . Vaion Street, Memphis, Tenn. test der C2 t special and personal attention given to sale and delivery of cotton and ailing or i. All consign menu covered by on r apen Icles ot Insurance. an8 daw No. 131313 St., to Three doors south of Adam street, and op- r. .ui.iwm nuuse, Where we shall be better nrenarad to tarnish our customers with every article In our line, consisting of Coal OIL lard mi .. ehinery uUa, Burners. Chimneys and Wick. Lamps. Lamp Stock, Lanterns Hall Lam pa! Brackets, chandeliers, and ail goods in tha H W. Horse Nail Co. MAN CF ACT0RKR8 OF PATENT HAMMER'D HORSE NAILS OCR Nails are manufactured entirely from " Ban son" Iron, and are unsurpassed by any nail la maraet. may are teas Lamp Trade. Also. Paracrine and Wax Can dles, Axie Urease, Rosin, Pitch, etc We era. tlnue to manufacture our Panola, Palm axat Rosin Soaps. Tinware, Stove-pipe, etc. d tbe rem wera lolic-jwl to tbe htem ll'SSS Louisville depot by large crowd. ei uf!pbScUt "? aa? STANDARD " HORSE NAIL. aw-office, OS West Van Bnren street Factory, SO to MkWst Van Bursa, cor ner Clinton atreet, Onl Qaa;c. N. OuawrrH, Pres'L AW. KIsiftLAJiD, Secy, O. W Bsaiojit, Sap's. aJ D ad tar tarn pie card and price list, y 27 sod A PBBTABA1 IOJ OF ROOTS ASD HBBBS, WAH- a a. nt ID to be strictly vegetable, and can do no Injury to ax'y one. It has been used by hundreds, and known ar tha last thirty-nve years as oast of the) moat reliable, efficacious and harmless prep arations ever o Bared to the suffering, u ax en regularly aao rsrsiatenuy. it is tare i mmmmmmmmmmmmmulmmm'mmmmz n rani iivtn.n,l. in sari ache, jaundice t Tyan'ectJons'TjrTn. pCLMil ATflK koUveneasjticad rlLDULr I VM'lache. chronlo diax- trbea, affections of tba bladder. camp dye Kidneys, lever, ner vousness, chilis, diseases oi tne sain, impu rity of tine blood, melancholy or depression of spirits, heartburn, oolic, or pains in the bowels, cain In the head, f?ver and ague, dropsy, bolls, pain In back and limbs, asthma, erysipelas., female affections, and bilious die, gene. ally. Prepared onlvby For sale by all nrugais' Prlos. tl: bv mail. !. Druggists, Macon, Qa. its in Memphis. DeVASSA & CO., ii LABOR AGENCY, EMOVED from Court street to No. 14 Pop lar street, Southwest Ceraer Ovaries HeUL Orders for all kinds of labor, contrasts all kinds of work, promptly a ttsndaslW. ess AGENTS WANTED 10 JELL THE Medical Adviser. BY DR. REZtN THOMPSON, of Nashville, Tennessee, Author of " Thompson on fever," Bte. a FULL and Plain Treaties on tha Laws of x. Health and Disease, and tha theory and practice ol Medicine, especially adapted tat family use. As a household medical work it has no rivaL It Is indorsed by the most emi nent physicians lathe oounL-y, North South, East and Wast. Its merit and reliability are tha placed beyond question. na worK is ueeueu in every uouaeuoiu. It Is sound economy for even tbe pnnnal family to buy It. No book offers greater In ducements to agent. Send for circulars, with terms and testimonials, to J. atiokai. rvBLnnmn in, zii anu in secouu street, Memphis, Tenn. aoi daw