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- Rug I nr Bl- I J WANTS. C NOINK A5D BOILER A second-hand 1! cnglae and boiler of to 10 horse power. Must be In food order. Apply at Appafcl ..fnee. 21 A aitnatlon a bar-keeper or aeslatant: hx had ten years eiperi- rnee. Address Ber-Eeeptr Aphi omce. .-. C ITITATION-In ii cotton II AR KEEPER.- c ';.: wholesale giucery or lector 'a office aa uipplug clerk nr i.ir Address W. M , B., Appeal well . ' - n ITUATION In a drug store, by a young man of Ave year expedience; reference Address K. E. M-, luka. Mis, aall FCR SALE. w1 .-'I OGS A lot of stork hoe. I'Kl'i't.RturETj went toon n. H'MvIEK Fine and common Whiskies. Call and samples . PKPPKR & O rEY. 7 Weal Court Kt. I 'LOUR -I-arse lot Flour by I" PKhPKB at OTKY.7 Weat Court at. YSTErM 108 cases Bait. more lea oys ter, cheap by I-st .--r-t.it uifl ' . XICS-A yoke of oxan, 1th "':'g0?. J U Main street- aatll C. BCHttOBMB. THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - WEDlfESDAY, SEPTEMBEB 21. 187Q. i . T " ; '"'W-aTllimi1 .aaaBMBBasagr- ,, - - , 1 ; JuAHT QUA ;ano-o Wale' el r Dhd-haid Piano-A. H. re Apply at ouce to TEY , 7 W eat Court at. E3 th K HAJ AM' K. dl.KR. A stationary en -id t o-ler capacity lo-l!;iTse p; Wr, ir!n order. Apply at TAfKK T"S Placing Mili,Wl Second st. au '." FOR RENT. . -i- Mrwby street, nearly new. con taining cine rooms. Inquire of WM. I'.OOTII. Serond street. ei BO o FKK'E A part of the office occupieu oy r M . Caeb tio.w r rou i street, w FLOB- All the second floor of Main st lrjqnireots the premium No SSI . aclX . . ....t -TTKi m. uxrm tremava W. A. WHEATLEY, anil Agent P. C Eethell. LOCAL NEWS. Prof. VIgus' school, Wellington street. W. Z. Mitchell's school, 303 Third St. Busy preparation axe being made for th fail races. The Recorder tried forty-six esses yesterday morning. He soused $247, and collected $117. Best quality of Mount Carbon Coal st 80 cents per barrel delivered in any part of the city by Phillips A St. John, 20 Madison etreet. John C. Calhoun, Esq., grandson of the Immortal statesman of Sooth Caro lina," is in the city, stopping st the Pea body Hotel. There is sn office down town in which the following notice is posted: "Parties who expectorate on the lixr or carpet need not expi-ct-to-rate aa gentlemen hre." Bay Horse Saloon, corner of Monroe an I Second streets. The celebrated Sam l :a.- wbiaky, 16c; ale, porter and 'slf-sad-'alf at 10c Duncan MacLean Is the host. H. O. Hollenberg has the most elegant styles of pianos erer brought to this city. A complete assortment of Chickering, the bes: and cheapest first class piano in the world. Sold on easy terms. All Americans fevorabl te the cause of France and sympathizing with her people in their distress, are invited to a: Lend the meeting which takes place on to-morrow evening st Assembly lisiL The stock of ice inMeniphis is just out There are not s half dosen good sized biocks in the city at present, and that is doled oat to customers in ten cent wedges. C-o! weather or more ice ! Doctor Fraim, who was shot at Gas ton's s few nights ago, is Sii right again. He attended to his duties of sub-aher'ff at the Criminal Court, the same as if nothing had happened. So .much tor a sound constitution. Rosa Lowary, a negro woman who has i -en in the employ of Mr. H. Kiceo, n the corner of Hernando and DeSoto streets, was yesterday detected in stealing from the till of his store. (She was ar- t.xui nr Indeed anvthinor else. There are no such words in the Latin language as eausus or eaoaiK. The nearest approach to the first Is ooaiK, the aosusattvs plural of eatua, and to the second is cabtUt, the genative plural ot oabaihu (a pack horse i. Hum briti. as generally used (a ornate of war), is Incorrect, as It means " that which involves or justifies a war." The bogs character of the letters from the seat of war published in New York papers cannot be better flluatrated Chan by noting the fact that in a recent issue of the New York Herald appears s letter from Sedsn, detailing, In the most lucid style, the situation and ope sat ions of tbe opposing armies in tne great bat tle; but, unfortunately for the credibility of t he whole thing, the writer assigns the several corps of Bazaine's army a place in the French line, and unbundling! y says Bazaiue and McMabon had planned the battle together. The inference is the) il..l;emian Was comfortably seated as Rouen or Han, and wrote up his thril ling war letters from reports which ssld at the time the McMahon and tUuune had i rmed jsjieii in. Numerous reports, with tne aid o a good typographical map I lie oouutry, furnish all that's necessary u composition of a war letter. Tbe -..rdity of the Tribune't Bohemian la still more strong. y evidenced in his cool in 1 persevering assertions that "he and he King rode to the top of the hilW" "he sr.d Bismarck had a conversation." To read those letters, s simple person would think that the writer was tbe 'principal .. r na the field, and. that "the King" was merely playing second fiddle to him, whereas tbe truth is, alittle worm- , NV Vork Bohemian la not of as much consideration there as the most awkward and stupid Dutch teamster in the army. THE LATEST DISPATCHES News frm a New Soiree - The treat S easel Haute weekly Newspaper. Court The female Ugh school on Court street, in which some ot the finest teoaals intel lect in Memphis Is undergoing a thorough training, publishes s weekly paper, or rather magaalne, with ths sallowing title Pfr sasisss fbm trrru mctu. "-Vj. 2 roi.IL iSeptsssosT 19, 70, Mtsses Pryor sod Brown, Kdltreasee, Pupils of the SohoatL, Proprietors." It oomes oat every Monday, and 4s ed ited with remarkable taste. The edito rial staff is changed weekly. Prom ths news department we havs been per mitted to copy ths fotaswlng dispatoa.es taken from the last two numbers. Tbe news is of absorbing interest snd entirely fresh. Its accuracy may be relied on: FROM TBI SEAT OF w IB THRlLLr'! WS lATSST BT TILMBirH OAM- paton opniyp Atuepav's dh- I'iTCHHS. September 3. 1870. The rumor has been confirmed that the campaigns for 1870 and '71 will be opened on Monday, September 5th, between the old belligei ents. Learning and Ignorance. Great preparations are being made, and great entnnsissm man treated. Many resapfts) are Hocking to the standard of the for mer. Colonel J. T. I, Bath, reernistae of- li.'er. hss his time fully occupied in en rolling volunteers. September 5th, t a.m. Ths battlefield presents an exciting scene. Ail, or many of the troops, are assembled newer the well-known mteran generals Studious ness. Promptness, Attention snd their assistants. September 5th, 12 m. The war has been inaugurated by a little skirmishing be tween the outposts. Result favorable to our side. Troops jnbilsnt. General Idle ness on the part of the enemy has not dared to show his face. Lieutenant In dolence made an advance, but waa prompt ly checked and withdrew discomfited. Our weak points will be earefully gmard "d. We are sanguine of sunns, PROM TUB SKAT OF Wit-LATBST BT THT.K'f RAP 11. Friday's DitpaleAt, September 18, 1870. The conflict cot 'intea with most favor able results to the cause of learning. General Laziness and Perseverance have DEATH IN THE POT. What sn Emisrat CbBjht Writes to the Women sad CWIifU of this Sewttry. Anaiysit of tbe Hair Teste, Wnshes. aid Restorative ; Lotioas, Balms, Eaamtla Had Pwwdtr. "Lead, Lead, Lead-Hare Deadly tnaa the Ballet r rented on a warrant from 'Squire Miller. , l)een M - ' 'in nssny oosabats since the and will be tried to-dsy, -'Fiets end Figures" is on the old vjuixotish crusade against what we of MawajaldPu who have studied the matter already, know to be the I "it and mo.,: c'liioaucal manner of treating abie bodinl prisoners pnttiag them on tbe feo-caiied ciisin-giing. A KHntleiuan ws fund ssleep in Oonrt .jusre liiht i eiore last. On ro i -ing I rim lie was found to be very drunk, and on taking him to the station-house and oaix'hing him, one hundred and ..v, rt - ioliars nearly j, a gold watch and esatial ere found on iiiui. The Recorder oar fiued him Ja lor his lodging. i'jing by a shsrtty in tire suburbs a iay or two the attention of the re- 1 torter whs drawn to the numerous bits t' p.ank wbkh adorned its front, and Waafids were scritwled all over with hiero gijrwstBSBi Some of these we de-Hphered as f Hows: "KoL IL, LaMsa A wlx" cHiKInCs A Dux" "GaRdsN Trux UorT dt SoaLD." There is spelling fur vou. Bniliers and those contemplating building, or having use tor lumber, should read the advertisement of M.E. k J. M. 'wh.-an, whfse saw mill is in the Navy Yanl, snd who have Iscilities for turning out the best quality of lumber of all aorta aud tu all quantities is unequaled. They keep on hand dressed lumber, flooring, tsflfagi doors, sash and blinds, etc, etc. Their yard is st the foot of Washington street, near the river. Persons in this country writing to inr.is tn Kurope, will be glad to bear tliat Bowles Brothers Jt Co. announce that iluriug the probtiut disorgaujzed slate of i:l ui-sun the continent, all cumiuunica MatM for Americans abroad, addressed, with forwsrding instructions, to the care of the New Y .-a. Boston or London branch of the firm, will be delivered with the utmoat possible expedition. This jiivenience ia offered not only to the cus t mersof the house, but to all traveling Americans. In these fruit eating days we offer tbe hint that people who find it necessary to oonssusst fruit in the streets should re frain from flinging the skins and other refuse parts upou the sidewalks. Yes terday a lady, while shopping on street, was thrown at full length upon the sidewalk, by incautiously stepping upon s slippery fruit skin, just cast there by some careless person. A decent re gard for tbe rights oi others should pre vent people who wish to inn nob fruit in the thoroughfares from casting the cores or skins of apples, pears, peaches, bananas, r ingos, as tbe case may be, where hur ried passers-by will slip on them. Some months ago there was a little stir in the city papers consequent upon the aoandonmsnt of a lit tie baby inch was left st GnsSignaigo'b door down here in Miaaiasipnii.Thcfafiair wassettledup for a while and the dear papa of the infant, lor the time, was shielded from the dire effects of public exposure. Now It ap-j-ear that tbe case Is revived In a suit which tbe doctor brings against the dear papa for bia fee in attending to the mother in the hour of parturition. Tbe esse will lie beard before Justtoe Miller this morn ing unless asettlement be eflocted before the hour set. Wearers of shoes and boots ' and what civilized man or woman or child doean't wer them ?) should all read the card of Jos. s. Levetl dt Co., No. 334 Main street, corner of Union. The "Champion shoe" ( a cot ol which heads the advertisement ), ia their especial boast snd pride, and shares, with the Eureka boot, the most :.iwhatic indorsement of the public who have tried them. Call and examine their took of anoes and boots of sll patterns aud descriptions for men's, boys', ladies1, misses' aud children's wear. Aa tbe cold weather approaches the appetites of men change, snd wbst, during t be. w srmer months, wss revolt :nc to their -stomachs becomes craved for as a delicacy. Thus it ia with oysters. Tbe billy air of tbe mornings and evenings makes every one long for tbe delicious bivsives, and to think with delight upon what a splendid dish of Ibem VisTUB.vr Botto, who keeps tbe well-known estab lishment on the corner of Front Row and Waehinglou can set when called on. (Jo to his huse Madame Vineent'a old stand and try his cuume in the ovster line. The New York Tril,ane says: "The value of advertiMlng in a journal de pends somewhat on the number of its readers, but still more on tneir average character. One might have a vast cir culation mainly among those whom but-mass men would find little profit in addressing." Just so. It is no disparage ment to a man to number him among the poor. But a merchant finds his profit in rich oust omens. H ence ten oents per week and penny papers which are taken most ly by those who can afford no other are poor mediums for advertising. Tnev do not reach too class most able to boy and to pay. Messrs. James Hull and W. L Tilly, who were arrdated for shooting at that "wild steer," spoken of yesterday morn ing, were, on an examination by the Re cord r, discharged. It scums 'that the steer woe dangerous, and that tbe shoot ing waa done to prevent ilia rushing down Shelby street (crowded at that lines of day with ladies aud children). In view ot those facts the Kaoorder should, and we i wauu will, iviuj u biiv luuur. assessed to and collected bom the partusS: xrrested the day previous, as reported m josi4iua uiuriuuK Uiumi CaoeUt is tbe latest Latinism of an usually correct morning oo tempo rary, who uses the words in lieu of cocus bcl i. It would be an excellent substitute, if either of the words used (causut cabellij ojeaul what either of the words inteuUed ; ti:na- of the campals-n, September 5 1870? but we are bsypy to be sble to say that General Perseverance haa. In every instance, been sussjessfttL Yel, the vic tories bars not been gained without hard lighting, and in some esses attended with i txiali Iosb of men; but as ihe number of prisoners captured has exceeded our loss In killed and wounded, many of the ene my's beet soldiers are laying down their ar.us and swearing allegiance to Hex I ijnen'.in. We are eontiJent of success. Hin Tardiness has beenjlefgatea in s few skirmishes, in whiah we hfl met his initfoi of men, snd tae fores of Gen eral Promptness inimedraiely ocaupved ; he abandoned positions. Scene years ago, when wasp waists were more in fashion than they now are, and when a woman's beauty waa measured by the diminutiveness of that part ot ber body between tbe thorax and hips, an artist who appreciated the horrible out rage perpetrated upon nature and on beauty by tbe "lacing" process, drew and engraved a cartoon, w presenting a beau teous female standing before a mirror at her toilette, which was being made by OBATir, who, in the form of a skeleton, waa drawing tighter and tighter tbe lacing of her corset. The picture was startling and powerful In its effect, but it wss in complete. It shoald'hsve bsd A SKBLSTOS in each bottle and box upon the toilet atand. In each pot of ungent there abould havs been a death's head, and in every bottle of hair lotion a skull and ODesbones, Withosjt philosophising further, we will proceed to show why we make these startlina: assertions, and give : -i fuii tbe recapitulations of the report of one of the most thorough and eminent practical chemists in America Prof. C. r . Candler made recently to the Metro politan Board of Health (ot New York), which ws extraot entire trom that most valuable publication, the DnuguiU' Vir euiar and Chemical Gazetie t POISONOUS COSMO-TICS. Report of Prof. C. P. Chandler to the Metropolitan Board of Health: UetUiemen In response to the resolu tion of the Board, directing " the chemist to examine the various hair tonics, washes, cosmetics snd other toilet prepa rations in general use, and to report what ingredients, if any, they contain of a character injurious or dangerous to those Who use them," I beg leave to submit the following report of the results thus far reached. My examination has been spe cially directed to the mineral poisons; no teats have been aa yet made for vegetable or animal substances, as, for example, oantharides, which I have reason to be lieve is sometimes employed. The articles which I have examined may be classed aa L Hair tonics, washes, and restoratives. II. Lotions for the skin. I. Enamels. Pv. Whits powders for the skin. I. HAIR TORlcs, WASHBS, AND BB8T0BA TTVBS. Of these, sixteen have been examined, and, with but one exception, all have been found to contain lead, generally in yio form or acetate, or sugar or lead. The Professor then gives s detailed ac count of the analysis of each hair tonic, waah and restorative, the result of which will be found in the following RKCAPrrTJLATIOH : Only one of this class of preparations ia free from lead, which metal seems In deed to be the eetentiai constituent in most cases. Most of tbe sediments observed In the bottles, and which require that the bottle "be veil shaken," etc., consist of aulphur, which it ia intended shall ulti mately unite with the lead to produce the dark colored anlpbide of lead, or, as one of the manufacturers has it, "the original youthful beauty and color." The following tabular statement shows how the poisonous hair nostrums compare among them as Ives : Grains of Lead in One Fluid Ounce. 1. Clark's Distilled Restorative for the Hair 0.11 2. Chevalier's Life lor the Hair 1.01 S. Circassian Hair Rejuvenator 2.72 4. Ayer's Hair Vigor 2 89 5. Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative... 8.08 8. Dr. J. J. O'Brien's Hair Restorer of America S.28 7. Gray's Celebrated Hair Restora tive S 39 RELIGIOUS. The Associate Reformed Soyth. Synod of tin Editor Appeal -This body held its an nusl sessions this yesr st Salem Church, in Tipton count y. Tennessee Tbe attendance was not large, on ac count of the remoteness of many oi those who should hsve been present. Delegates were present from Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, North and South Carolina. Virginia, Kentucky, Mis souri, and from Pennsylvania, not far from Lake Erie. Tbe business transacted was of the character common on auch occasions. Rev. Dr. Cumminjsy of Covington, Tenn., the alternate of Rev. Dr. Kerr, of Mem phis, was present as a delegate from the General Asxeailily of the Prosbyterian Church iSontli, and delivered a brief ard appropriate aildi ess to (b- Svnod. He was renponded to happily by the Mode rator, Rev. Mr. Boyoe. Rev. A. 8. Sioan, of Line. .in county, Tenn., with Rev. J. H. Peoples, of Maury county, his alternate, were appointed te convey the salutationa of the Synod to the next tTenerai Assembly to meet in lluntsville, Ala. The agent of Erskine College, located at Due West, 8. C, reported s success in completing the five years' endowment enema, or tne college. Revs. Messrs. Marion, Davis and Reid were sent aa Missionaries to Arkansas; Rev. Pr. Hemphill, to Kentucky; Revsi Messrs. Betts and Martin to South and North Carolina; and Rev. J. L. McDaniel to tbe Memphis Pheslvytery. Missinnsry operations In the city of Nashville were suspended, at least for ths present. The fourth Thursday of Februarv nxt was appointed to lie observed as a day of fasting and prayer, in oounectien with prayer for colleges. The Associate SefnrrnedIresbyteriantLDt the i.ntir uanner, published by tbe Kev J. I. Conner, at uuo west. n. t;., are in ireneral circulation throughout the Svnod The sessions of the Synod were harmo nious. Its next meeting will be at Long Cove, Abbeyville district, 8. C, on the Thursday before the third Ssbbsth in September, lovl. a lirriBTisr: The following is the list of letters remain ing in tbe afemphln Poatofflos and not dell v erert by carriers yesterday. All letters directed to street and numbers will be delivered promptly by carriers. LADIBS7 LIST. Black well ml 8 Uranon iu;abt Rnekuey mis 4 Curry miss M K Carr mm A Ilonnel in r C Franklin inlas L B Klynn ran A B Flaherty lor C Gilbert mra a Hill hit as c Jones mrs M 8 J ones nira A Liuvllle mrs N J Karyson mrs M Moon nils B Miller mrs MoUtnnl mm M EU O'iionnell rata M Orr mra M A Randolph mrs L tiuiith O Hharp mrs J T Thomas mi J R Teraart mra J WareT Li ' Ward mra M J Wllaon inUaL GENTLRMRN'8 LIST. STEAMBOATS. FOB WHITE RIVER. Haapalt and Arkansas River Packet Caav paayWhite River Lioe. For Helena. Mouth White Biver, Clarendon, DeVall'a Bluffand Jaokeoaport. The splendid passenger Steamer H.. HF. W ALT, W. J. Ash ford master Leavea SATURDAY. 1Mb last,, st a p.m. Kor freight or passage apply on board or to W. H. KBN.NKllAY, Agrat, e3l No. 3 Maslson sl.reet. HtanTon Block FOR ST. IeOUIS. Arvlns M Albertaon J Ueaill HroVkuey C (i More ft Brooke P llurtou C H Bui ton A Baker U J Bauer C liurwell U W Cook I J CortrloaJ Clark J Craven I Davis J Dnun R J KIllotlH Foley T U ray bill K (.under A J HERZOG & BRO'3 GREAT ALPACA BARGAINS! OPEN THIS WEEK. Beautiful Silk-warp, cheaper than any where in Memphis. THE NEW GOODS AT HERZOG A BRO'S. 5.00 5 57 ti.29 1 Phalon's Viialla 4.69. 9. Ring's Vegetable Ambrosia 10. Mra. S. A. Allen's World's Hair Restorer 11. L Knittel's Indian Hair Tonique 12. Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer 7.13 18. Dr. Tebbett's Phyaiologicsl Hair Regenerator 7.44 11. Martha Washington Hair Resto rative 9.80 15. Singer's Hair Restorative Ill 30 LOTIO.NSOU WASUKSKOU TU K COM PI.HXION. Of these six were examined, viz: Bur net's Caliston; Phalon's Paphican Lo tion : Francois Oregoire ,fc c'o's Kaainel of America; i-.miiu ne I'ans 'ln.laroo;; Halm Beautiful Irish Poplins, Beautiful French Poplins, Beautiful Plaids, Beautiful Silks, Beautiful Velvets, The Real Lyons Velvet, LAW REPORTS. ii ja- of a Thousand Flowers; Perry's Moth v, a vrEi An engine and tieiler of 8 or and Freckle Union, prepared by Dr. lo-horae power. Apnly at rfis oflim H. Fort a first-class barbershop go to i6 Basle street, Joseph Hopson. Price rM ! to ten cents for shaving. For whites exclusively. BKm.r:f Zkphtb Wool, embroidering canvas, patterns, etc. We are now in re oeipt'ol the largest and moat complete stock of these goods to be found in the city. T. W. JOHNSTON dt QO. Sasn W if bat. Haan Oats. We have just received a large shipment of red May wheat, Kgvptian oats, seed rye snd all of ths grasses. WARD. SMITH AO., 225 Second Street. D. H. Towthibwd. Few business men Us our city are boater known than the gentleman whose name heads this pars Kraph. Davy Townaand, as he I styled by his friends (and they are legion; baa for many years bean oonaidsred ons of the most reliable and prominent cotton men of onrcity, and bia card, which appeals, elsewhere, notifies his old customer that be still lives, and. as usual, is at their ser . The Affbaj. bsa indorsed him for years, and reiterates that indorsement to day. He is still located at the old stand , No. 258 Front street. AMUSEMENTS. TaaATsm. Tha Stoaewall Jackson monument fund concert oomos ' off on Friday night. We havs already said so much to our people on ths abject that we feel it only necessary to remind them of tbe fact and appeal as the Lam as or Mbmfhis snd tits soLbiass, Fbdbhax axii Co pmdbratb, to sen that every ticket is sold and every seat in ths bouse occupied. The I ad lea of onr oity abouid form a committee, and oharga themselves with the duty of disposing of every ticket printed. General fixer will sup ply tickets to all who are disposed to aid in rearing a monument to the greatest soldier of the greatest of civil wars "the gallant Stonewall Jackson." iJRoo-M The new stars take wall, and tbe house la a gay and brilliant scene nightly. The programmes are vary we 1 selected and the whole entertainment is tirat class, Varikttbs. Miss Viola Clifton and Miss Emms CUfton, two of the bast ar tistes in the variety business, made the-r first appearance here on Monday night. Tbe "character changes" of the firnt are remarkable for their rapidity, ele irance, and grace of motion. The singing of the latter ia also vary highly extolled. IRELAND TO THE RESCUE. Irishmen, your ancient friend and ally bleeds in every pore, borne down snd op pressed by aa inaatlabls and relentless roe, eager to destroy or bnmillate. Old " La Belle France,'" have yon foagotten her sympathy with tbe land of vour birth T If not, lot every true lover of the Emerald Isle meet with the undersigned at ths As sembly Hall, on Main street, at 8 o'clock p.m. on Thursday, tbe 2M Inst., to take snch measures as tbe grateful memory of the past may dictate. John Nobtow, Mikb Ptici, Thomas Flkmino, Pat. Wiktkrs. Chris. Pioson, J. H. Harti.et, HKNBY .No LAN I . V ART IN RKrHOLT, ROREBT GOCDB, Srb advertisement of Dr. But' Dis pensary headed. Book for the million MARRTAGK GUIDE In another oo.. inn. it should he read by all. Gas Kith no 316 Second street. Si ran.. bus and residents are assured thst it is no trouble to sbpw goods at tbe Southern Palace, 832 Main street. All of ths latest weeklies and month lies, juat received at Joe Locke', Wm Main street. C. Perry. 4U Bond street. New York The Professor found on analysis that all of these enumerated, contained no injur ious vtetals, except the latter. Perry's Moth and Freckle Lotion, which consisted of the following Ingredients in oua fluid ounce: Mercury in solution 2-67 grains. Zinc " 0-flB Kqnivalent to Corrosive sublimate 3G1 " Sulphate ol Zinctarystalizod) 4 25 " Tbe sedluieut contains a little mercury, lead, and bismuth. HHAHBU FOB THH SKIIf. Seven specimens were examined, viz: H. A. Hoadley's " Balm of White Lll iea," Dr. Bradlord'a " Knameline for the Complexion," Hagan's "Magnolia Balm," Laird's " Bloom of Youth," Jouvin's " Eugenie's Favorite," Phalon .v Son's "Snow-white Enamel lor Whitening and Beautifying th Complexion," and Phalon k Son's " Snow-white Oriental Cream for Whitening and Beautifying the Complexion." The result is thus ex pressed in his recapitulation: " The enamels consist of white powders suspended in clear liquids: on standing the powders subside, but agitation quick ly incorporates them with the liquids again. The followintr oontain lead, most ly, If not entirely, in the form of carbon ate; they are, therefore, simply "white lead " ground in water." Grams of Lead in one fluid ounce after shaking. Eugenie's Favorite 108.94 grains. Phalon's Snow-white En amel 146.28 " Phalon'a Snow-white Orien tal Cream, 190 90 " WHITS POWDBRB FOR THB SKI. Seven specimens were analyzed, with the result expressed In the recapitulation. The white powders consist of carbonate of lime, carbonate of magnesia, clay, or " French chalk," either singly or mixed. Nothing injurious was detected in any one of tlietn." Tint OOIfOLOSTOK drawn by Dr. Chandler from his re searches Is as follows: 1. The hair tonics, washes and restora tives oontain lead in considerable quanti ties; that they owe their action to this metal, and that they are consequently highly dangerous to the health of persons using them. 2. With aaingle exception, Perry's Moth and Freckle Lotion, which contains corro sive sublimate, tbe lotions for th akin are free from lead and other injurious metaia. S. That tbe enamels are composed of either ssrbonste ot lime, oxide of zino, or carbonate of lead, suspended in water. The first two classes of enamels are com paratively harmless aa harmless aa any other whit dirt when plastered over tbe skin to close tbe pores and prevent its healthy action. On the other hand, tbe enamels composed of carbonate of lead are highly dangerous, and their use i very certain to produce disastrous results to those who patronize them. 5. The white powders for the skin are harmless, except in so far aa their appli cation may interfere with the healthy ac tion of the akin. Respectfully submitted. C. F. CHANDLER, Ph. D., Chemiat to the Metropolitan Board of Health. ' Wantbd An engine and boiler of 8 or 10-horse power. Apply at this otlioe. W are now receiving a very large and elegant stock of ladles' collars and cuffs in lace edge, ruffled and plain, which we will sell st fifty per cent, less than manu facturers' prices. Call and see. T. W. JOHNSTON A OO. First Circuit Court Heiakell. Judge. The following orders were made and canes disposed oi yesterday : TheobaldiGriffiiu A Co., vs. L. C. Nor- ville, dismissed. Springfield, admr. vs. Armour etal. ; dis missed. Walter Wllcoxen vs. A. Connell, non suit entered. Nelson vs. M. A O. R. R. ; dismissed. Smith vs. M cli rath et al, death of de fendant, McGratn, suggested and proven and suit revived against C. McUrath, ad ministrator. Stat va. Gailher; dismissed. Dickens,admiuistrator, vs. Cash, admin istrator, death of plnintltf suggested and admitted, and revived in the name of Sam Dickens, death of defendant also suggested and admitted State va. Perkins et al,, nonsnit as to 'rr : judgment below affirmed aat others, amount 1278 28. Several garnishees answered and wore liisobargecU Nearly all the cases on the calendar were continued for absence of oounseL TO-DAT'S CALBNDAn. e"i Weavor, trustee, vs. Pickett et al. :t4 Weaver, trustee, vs. Pearson et al. 35 Weayer, trustee, vs. LeatliA Woodruff. 36 Weaver, trustee, vs. Oram and White Lead Co. 37 B. Simon A Co. vs. Marks, Pump A Co. '18 W. Chambers el al. vs. O. C. BooneBl al. 39 I arner A Co. vs. O. C. Boone fc Co. 10 W. L. Shipp dt Co. va. E. V. Trotter. 41 Simpson, Saunders Jt Co. vs. Cum- miugs et al. 4i E. W. McMellan vs. J. M. Williams. 44 Union Bank ot 'enueseee vs. Cham bers. -sVav 45 Mitchell vs. Win to. t Hswley vs. Stockley. 47 Miller vs. .Jones, admx. 48 Weaver, trustee, vs. Fowlkos ot al. 49 Matthews A Co. vs. Aydielt, Robinson dt Co. 50 Powell vs. Su-rarman. .rl Cash, -t.ii-. r, vs. Patterson A Jones. 52 Webb vs. John Jones et al. 53 Memphis and Charleston Railroad Co, vs. J. Cremer. 54 D. Weaver, trustee, vs. J. C. Weavor t al. 55 If. B. Beck vs. II impart otal. ot) Schrader yb C. Laltig. 57. W. Hyleatead vs. O. C. Boone et al. 58. Htllmau Br. s. vs. M. V. II. Thomas. 59. Weaver, trustee, vs. Cook .t Co. et all 60. Weaver, trustee, vs. Cook A Co. ot ah 61. Morris vs. W. F. Kreen. 62. Cochran etal vs. Peterson et al. 63. Mayer vs. J. A. Auer et al. 64. S. Driefer vs. Pollock and Jehle. 65. Payne vs. Moore. 66. Jones A Co. vs. M. Seelig. 67. 81 r on 4 Co. vs. M. H. Woli. 68. Houston vs. R. Bond. 69. Uawlev vs. James Keane. 70. Randall, adm'r, vs. M. A C. R. R 71. Callaway vs. R. Tonp. 72. L. Lswhorn vs. Mary T. Herron. 78. MoKinney va. J. S. Clayton. 74. Barland va. A. Hitzfeld. 75. J. N. Hacke vs. Wm. Scbultz. 76. M. A C. R. R. Co. vs. Patrick et al. 77. Austin vs. William Hack. B. A. Massey vs. John Park. J. T. Moore et al va. G. A. Stovall." Browne, use, etc., vs. Neville dt Rose. S. Tighe, guardian, vs. Mary A. Price. D. Weaver, trustee, vs. A bbiuicton et al. QrlfflthsT Raxlanil B I. Jasok L V Bploer, Uarver neuutorne a ec ix) Uolllngawortbmiiitn Y W- H fclhaw V T Hariuaton H tttnner i)r J -in. Hi J H efc ott J M t-haunon M Tally K Taylor T Wilson Jf H Williamson K Winn W Migrant N V Irwin Drill Jirhnaon 0 Krens tf M Kuell 0 Lysaa W II MorrlK L H Mc.Neal ti ManiKau P Murray Mr tl'Toole K Power J Filciier L J HuacU T J Welreehelser J C William U W William capt J M Wlllefnril P A YauUt W D&co St i . li . RIVBR NEWS. BOATS LKAWNG THIS DAY. insula Cittof Alton Si D.tn aimansas rtiver...i. . . : p.m New urlesns Kiciisono 1 p.m Suawneo Vlllagn...uiL Cwr ..... p.m ARRIVALS. 8t. Joseph .... 8L Lou la I tah ., St. Loais K. Hensley SX. Iui Cornelia New Orleans Mary It. rmsyla , New Orlean L...f. Arkauaaa river DEPARTURES. Cornells St. Louis Mary E. Koryth. 8L Louis KL Joseph JJt. Louie Man inc. . Osceola A. J. White Friar' Point Utah -rT. Arkansas River E. Hensley White lllver Leual Tender -White river Sellle.. J4U Louis IN PORT. T. H. Allen. Dardanelle. Co. 83. Campbell vs. Arnold et al. Srcond Circuit Court Pierce, lurine. A portion of the calendar was disposed of yesterday, and will be proceeded with to-day. Thursday the new appealed cases will lie called. Criminal Court Fllppin, Judge. The business of tbe court yesterdsy was confined to tbe misdemeanor docket, the calling of which will be continued to-day. To-morrow the felony docket will lie taken up. All those indioted or having witnesses summoned will please notice, ana oe gtuuea accordingly. Stbaji Fitting 315 Second reet. Thk beat styles of dress goods are to be found at the 'Southern Palace, 332 Main street. Wanted An engine and boiler of H or 10-horse power. Apply at this office. NOTICE. Bbowhb at Brow xa 315 Second street. Black Diamonds. Bigley, Mellerah A Co., dealers in Pittsburg, cannel aud an thracite ooal, and Pittsburg and gas coke, corner Main and South Court streets, Memphis, Tenn. Simmons' Livbb RjUitJLATOR, If per sisted in, will cure the moat stubborn liver dlsess. Thar ia no failure ddout It. Wastbd An engine and boiler ef 8 or 10-hors txiwer. Apply at this odioe. BBoww-MrBa,1 Tlain street. Bet hell Block, wboesale and retail dealers in Pittsburg. Cannel and Ohio river Coals, aud Gas Coke. Both city and slftainpr trade supplied. The friends and acquaintances of the late Owen Smith, and the public gener ally, are hereby notified that the business of his establishment will be continued the same aa usual. Grateful for past favors and patronage, it is hoped that by prompt attention to business by experienced hands, tbe same will b continued by a generous and kind public. MRS. OWEN SMITH. We are now opening a very large stock oi velvet trimmings in all widths, to which we invite special attention. T. W. JOHNSTON A OO, Hitb A Corwinb, proprietors; of the Job Printing establishment in the Ap peal Building, 14 Union street are now prepared to execute order o Job Printing on the shortest notice. Th pa trons of tbe Apprai, will bear this in mind and act accordingly. Novbltibs in lacas and mubroideriSR are to be found as. the Southern Palace, S32 Main street. PERSONAL. Pumps and Kixtcrbb 316 Second st. Nbw style silk hats at Whsa ton's. Ptptt Hours Nbw Yobk Dajlihs. Joe Locks, 286 Main street, receives the Herald, World, Times, Tribune, Sun and Journal of Oommeree; also, th week Ilea, etc, through in fifty hours. Daily receiving new supplies for house keepers. 332 Main street, Southern Pa- Piano Covers and Stooiji Jnst re ceived an elegant and complete assort ment, at H. G. Hollenberg's, 233 Main trewt' F. W. Merwin, Esq., edltorof the Water Valley Valtomcm, is in the city looking after the interests of his paper, and his friends and neighbors, who are not In clined pass by our city in making their Jiurcbaaesof good. Mr. Merwin is high y respected, and his paper therefore, one of the most influential of his aavlion. We also bad the pleasure of a visit from Samuel Thompson, Ksq ,editorfof tbe Ox ford Falcon, sn excellent paper pub lished in Lafayette county, by a good Democrat and a worthy man. General W. O. Walthall, of Coffee vilie, has also been spending a few days in the city. J. C! Davis, Esq., of the cotton house of J. C. Davis A Co., has returned from a visit to the North end East. Mr. Taos. Fisher, President of the Em met Bank, who has been in Now York for some weeks, arrived home a day or two ago. Sell Howell, of the Memphis and Louis ville railroad, returned yesterday from a business trip to St. Louis. Eugene Leidy, Esq., th fashionable hatter whose taste In bead gear is equsl to that of a Paris belle In dress, is again at home after a few weeks' absence in tbe East. , Jehn Scbeibler, Esq., of Scheibler dt Co., the well known leather dealers ou Main street, returned yesterday from New York. He made large purchases while absent. Wanted Au engine and boiler of 8 or 10-hors power. Apply at this office. avert the Kvti.. if a mother woi give Mra. Whitcouib's Syrup to children when sick, mortality would be leas among them. It cost only twenty five ont. rivbrs, wrath kr add businbss. The river at this point .is about at a stand. The rise In the past twenty-four hours was very light. The Arkansas is falling with nearly 5tefto Little Rock. rVhite river is risinglowly bat baa enough water for the packets. Our dis patches give the IsaWfet news from above. The rise al St, Louis, so tar, amounts to about live feet. Th weat nor is clear and warm and business on the levee is brisk, with fair arrivals and .dapartures for ths BflaSBL. , a BT TBLBOBAFd. New Onr.KAN-.Sptndkr 20. Arrived: Commercial, ClncinnatL?Departed: Con tinental aud 1. J. Wkii, St. Louis; Wauanita, Cincinnati. VicKSBTTRtSf SepfcmbBT 20. Up : T. L. McGill, nine last nighty Olive Branch, 4 a.m. Down: Nick Loagworth, 9 a.m.. Grand Era, 4 a.m.; Natchez, 7 p.m. Riv er rising; weather do)- and warm. Nashvillb, Steptembe 17. The river is falling very slowly, with 28 inches on Harpeth Shosls. St. Louis, September 20. Arrived: Lockwood, Shrevepurt; Mdlossel, Vicks burg; Susie Silver, fjew Orleans. De- Sarted: Arthur, New Orleans; Julia, ickstmrg. The river at stationary and the weather, clear and warm. Cincinnati, September 20. The river has live feet seven inches in the channel ; weather clear; thermometer 73. PiTTsnuRK, September 20. The weather is clear; Monongahela has 16 inches, metal aiaik. JBnnnatTt IMAM PiTTsnuRO, Pa., September 20. River fallini;, with 16 inches in the channel. There is nothing doing on the landiUK. No arrivals or chjpai ti res. Weather clear un.l ...ol TlmrniemfttfirT1) LouiuviliJb, September 20. The river is falling, with 20 inches in the chute and 4 feet ou Portland bar. The lower Ohio is falling slowry, with $X feet large on Casevja-ille bar, and 4sKet scant, on Flint Islatitir CAiRO,September20. Departed : Iberia. Louisville to Now Orleans, sun. ; Colios- sal, White river to St. Louis,! p.m.. Pink varble, Louisville to White river, 3 p.m.; Miuueola, Louisville to Memphis, 3 p m. ; Belle St. Levis, St. Louts to Mem phis, 4 p.m.; LtsLlajro No. 2, Louisville aud return, 7 p.m. River rose 2 inches; weather clear and mercury 74". miscellaneous. The Legal Tender for .White rivor. the A.J. What for Frist's Point, and the St. Joseph for St. Louis, loft with good trips. The City ot Alton, Captain A. Jack Carter, leaves to-day for Cairo aud St. Lours. She ooniAX'ta with th trains NcTtM and East. Garret Hals and Char ley Parsons are her clerks. To-day the magniilcent low-pressure passenger packet Richmond wiU be in port to leave as adft-ortised to Viokslinrar ami neninniras. ane needs no praise as she Is well known to be one of tho finest packets alloat. She has. while iv Ing up. been repainted inside aud out, aud !s remly handsomer In appearance thau over before. To passengers bound south we need only ssy that no floating palace exut'ik uer. captain mat a. (reen is Memphiau and is proud of his boat, and very jusuy. cook creignton, also a cm zeu of our city, haa the office in charge aud ia assisted by John Langloi. The M. J. Wick waa hard aground at St. Catharine's Bend, fiea Natchez, on oaturtun-. The Commercial enters the Viokaburg auu ureeuviuo araue. captain Hilly c3iuii.ii win coiiiinauu. The new City of Chester is at St. Louis. anu is said to oo a oedut v. Captain John S. Patterson la quito ill at uis uome in -ow port. The Ensley passed down for White river Monday nicht Tom Zeuor waa pilot of the S. C. Day when she struck a snsg snd sunk. She nad but one pilot on board. The Governor Aliens on her last trip to New Orleans, had 1041 bales of new cot ton. The Edinburg, at last asport, was hard aground m the Ohm. SB is bound to Now Orleans. Th Oil City, Captain Randall, ant away to-aay, ior snawnee village and all way landings. She is tbe regular packet. The I." tab passed dowu yesterdsy for the A r Kansas. The Southwester was due last night mini auove, uouuu to rteu river, The new Uuited S Mi tea mail packet Thos. H. Allen, Captasn Clsv Rice, with Ernest Walworth, Alex. Wadded and Charley Mussel mau iu the office, leavea to-day for Little Rock apd all way land ings on tbe Arkfcnaas. she connects with pacaeiB ior l'ort smith. The Julia paies down So-morrow for ickstmrg and the beuua. Ernest Vslwwrth, a well known and popular Arkansas river clerk, has taken charge ot the office of the Thos. H. Allen. The Magenta will enter the Memphis anu .iew orieans iran early next month She is in elegant condition, and is lying at i n'.ncsu. The Liberty will have her cabin taken on and oe turne lnt a towboat Ice la scarce at this port. Boats bound south can only get a smalt amount here There I plenty, however, at Helen. Many nver men make the headquar ters aT. uuni s. John Fen wick Is now chief clerk of Captain John T. Washington, and will be found on tbe levee at all TCurs attending to me uuswessoi tue into. It will be seen that the veteran steam boat agent, Capt. Jamas T. Bourne, has again entered tbe arena. For the past year and a lm.il be ha been engaged in Memphis and St. Louis U. S. Mail Line For Onoeola. Madrid, Hickman, Belmont and Cairo. Connecting at Belmont with ths Iron Mountain R. K.. at Cairo with Illinois Central Kail road, and boats np the Ot.io ttlver. CITY OF ALTON carter, master Thlssplendlil passenger steamer win leave a auove THIS DAY, -Jlt mat., at 5 p.m. Freight received at the at. Lonla Wnarfboe W K. in 1,1.. Went. eZl FOR VICKHBUItG. -For United states Mall Line for Vlckaburg. neieuu, .-on a:ni viezenar. JDLiA ..Callahan, master This elegaul passenger sUuuier Will leave aa above . THCIWDAY.rd lust., at 5 D.m. Freight received at theHt.. Lont Wharfboat. W. K. DILL. Aaent. seAl LI- M. CA I.V KKT. Huot. ARKANSAS RIVER LINE. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Caaj Buy Uiited States Mall Line. For II. lena.Kiiar's FolDt.Bloulb White River, Pine lilutf, Little Ituck, couuectiug for Hot Rprlng and Fort Suiitn. The aplendld psseenger Tho s. TT. Alio n, Clay Rice .maoter. Leave WKDNK8DAY, 21st lnst., at 5 p.m. For freight or passaae apply on board or at Company office. Ho. i Madtseo at., atanton Block, 'fie-iOl W. H. KENNEDAY, Aent STEAMBOATS. TT - i I. SSiii FOR gW QfELtANML. COTTON AND COMMISSION CARDS W. H. b-VOliLKlT. J. H. luCXiDLKTl 600DLETT & CO., Memphis and New Or Jams Nsf iar i Park et Line SnaitAn of 1870-71. sss? ; . irs"-fir;! cotton FACTORS, Ho. 282 Front Street, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE. One of the above elegant j eng-er packets will leave Mem pid for New Orleans even" WednBay,eon- meaelng Wednesday, September Utn. ana will oontiaoe Iu tbe trade tnruaghont the eon. apgt MEMPHIS 4 NEW ORLEANS LINE. SEASON JQF 1870-71, The low-pressure steamer, RICHMOND, : Nat Green, Master M0LUE ABLE, : : Dss AM, stsstar Owr of the aSvive elegant pas- .-ere seuger packets will leaiw jMMaMMMC MetnpblK for New Orlean Kvsar Ratiikuai!, commeneing .Saturday. Reptember 17lb, and will coatiuue la the trade throughout th aeaaon. y'jx FOR SHAWNEE VILLAGE. Regular Memphis and Shawnee Vil lage Packet. Oil OITY, J. D. RANDALL Mastkb Leaves Memphis as above Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, At 4 oeioea:. For freights or passage apply on board or at corner of Booth conrtang Main etieeSs. we Ml FOR WHITE RIVKR. Memphis FOR NEW ORLEANS. St. Louis and New Orleans Packet Company ror new uriean. RICHMOND Nal. H. Qreeu, master Thl low-preBUre pasiengcr Hteauier will leave aa above WUDNKPtlAY, 2ist lust., at 4 p.m. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. aeJJidiseuslreet FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT The new and elegau t steamer A. J. WHITE tieo. Malone, master Tms entirely new ana ei sgam passenger steamer, rjnut express Iv for thl trade, will leave as TTTBStT I Y rui-BHDiv and Situbday, at 6 p. Ill v .-very DRY GOODS. FALL DRESS GOODS! Menken Bros. and Whits River Units States Mail Line. CRINU the summer, and until further notiee. the boat ol leave Memprils rill this line rttsa hi Tnoewd'ya Sat-arrfyis At 5 o'clock p.m. For freight or passage apply on boadS. or W. H. KHfNKDAY, Agent, So. i Madlaon at., dtauton Hi nek. Or te KLLiOTT Jt MILLER, Ascent. sua No. 2 Promenade t . opp. Landing. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. For Arkansas River Mem pjiis and Arkansas River Packet Co. iU. S. Wail Line. FALL ARRANGEMENT. OH and after Monday. HeplenUwr Uie 12tli, the eJeaantpaasenger packet ul Uil line will leave MKSP't WTK UTTLK itOCK and all intermediate landings, oa Mendays, Weddya aad Friday, At 5 o'clock p.m., making direct coamjot ion at Little Rock wit i he ligut draught Joet o the I ine for Fort -Smith and aU intermedials points, and with tne regular 0. d. wad ooactiee for Hut ISSTtnga. The boaU of the line were built exorealv "(Dlgnmenui solicited. - IW BLACK, ESTES Sl CO. COTTON FACTORS, AND COIvlMISSION MERCHANTS No. II Monroe Street, sll M KM PHIS. TKNX. f W. R. CCNMNWill. A. . Ki-i.JOTT Cunningham &. Elliott, MERCHANDISE and GENERAL BROKERS, MEMPHIS, : TENNESSEE. bought aud soitj. ih COllvftlCQi, IuVtjftldM. Mny, for borrow'- ooinniik.-.!. Kor prasent ran c r.uutl at .tuar, Ht lro ter?' 291 1VT AX3NT MONT. fEFPKK. ITH2ET. MHRI'KK iTI . PEPPER OTEY, for the traile, and ltle for transporting naase posses ananrpassed faoii to all ooinsf on the Arfcamta river without detention, at all atages of vatar. rreiauu oontagne.1 to thl company Memphla or Month of White river, w'll forwarded promptly to destination wttho" an charge for traaafeaT sell JOHN D. A DA MR, President. FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Memphis and Osceola Semi-weekly Packet. M ARTINK A. J. Dearth, master inia elegant passenger meamer win leave sjesapni on i .'isniv. and Fk: 11 a v lor Useeola and i he 5 p.m. On Sundays he wfll make a" reunion to tbe Devil's Elbow, 'ictween 8 and u a. in. Selidii at nrieasnr leaving here Ml) Will Open a Handsome Line of GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. POPLINS ON- MONDAY, 19th At 25 eenta per yanl. Also, an ele gant line of Black Alpacas Of the famous VeliK-ljieJe Brand, at 25 ctd. per yard and upward. the railroad interest, big he has turned to bis tirst love and willhereafter devote all the energy and influence be is so wsll noted for to hi old tune friends on the river. His office i in the new Magnolia block, ou the oorner of Front and Union street. THOB. B. NORMENT, WITH i3t" ift i A Mrs . c-i . J. J. RAW LINGS & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT Ho. 254 Front Street, . Up-staire, - Memphis, Tenn. V We Will sell all (lonntrv Prodnoe orsi. signed to us. ae matin HALL'S VGTABL SISIUAN HAIR Solid Colors Alpacas In tho new shades, single width, at 26 cents per yanl. GENERAL Merchandise Brokers. No. 7 WEST COURT ST., MEMPHIS, : TKXNKeWEE. RKFE KE MCBH BY AUTHORITY: Stratton. Uoyer A Co., Itirrts, ochraue Al'o., J. M. Jam en Co., !).; Bank. A.C.TreHdwell A Hro. Kti-wan Kroe. A Kiz-r. Tool, 1'hUUee dr Co.. F. M. Epperson A Co.. Firat National Bank, Alll.on dm.. T. A 8. Henderaon, W. v. Johnaon A Co., Hew Orleans. New Orleans MThe underelgne-1 arooose I.) do a Gener .1 SMerchandine Brokerag-.. and iwg leave to Bjfer tli. -ir bervieas lu til deparlasenla of grade. The arrangements and ooinnrimii. they haws effected gur.rntee ttoeni uuoeual advantagee for UUui ail order with dl- cn. and at huco rates ss ean tie obtaintd of manaCacturer and producer, letr long a.iuainlancc net a-aoelatl n wish the principal merchant ot una give ftiem advantage. not peereAed by eveiy flrm. and they trnet. by liiViifos Ui bualnes. Ui achieve that suceeas wutoli IsalwayHibc Ssstof merit eM) I'SPPEK A OTY. natch FLANNELS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, All Wool Bed and White Flannels, at 23 cents per yard. The Goods are very cheap.. Misses' Cotton Hose A new lot at 12 cts. par pair. Merchants are invited to examine our Stock. Menken Brothers 261 and 263, TVT A. I INT 8TH13ET. Hill, Terry & Mitchell, 329 Main Street, Memphis, ARE now ready for the FALL TUA.DE with the largest and beet selected utock of Boots, Shoes and Hats, At W holosal o, Thev have ever offered to th me-rchanta of thl country. Please call and examine good and prices. set WM. GAY & CO., TOOF, PHILLIPS & CO. Cotton Factors AND WHOLESALE GROCERS 268 Front Street, Memphis, Have In store and arriving, a large and varied r-toekof Groceries and Plantation Supplies. To which they take pleasure in calling the attention of the trade. aIu quality and price they will not be excelled In llui or any other Western or Southern maritt '., Our supply of itaeu-ing, Ties and Twine, Baoon, Clear and KiUriglw. tiotfeen, Kio and Jaw. Hyrups and Motssaos, Flours, all qualitiee, favorite ntanja. Hnizars, Brown Clarified, Refined, Mackerel, New Crop, all descriptions, Candles, Starch, Hosp, H rooms, Buckets, Seivss, Tobbaev-os, all Rrada and prices, 8hot, Powder and Lead, Oysters, Sardines and Canned Goods generally, Caddy and Keg Lard, Wines and Liquors, Bourbon, Rye and Rectified Whiskies, etc., tc, i x tensive and selected with especial reference to tbe present Fall trad. Buyers will de well to call and examine. The COTTON TR A PK continues to receive our (special attention. Consignments so licited aud Instruction regarding the same faithfully observed. aepll C. P. Uaimainfla, UeSnto eonnty. Miss. i. A. Slats. Holly Bering. Miss. A. J. Hlacb. Memphis. J. u. MrTrHsi.i- Late with Gal breath Stewart v Co, Oandridge, Mitcheii & Co., COTTON FACTOBS, WHOLESALE GROCERS, ANU OOMMI8SION MERCHASnTS 15 Union Street. Lee Block. Br All cotton In store, and In transit, will be covered by insurance, unless otherwise in vtructed. .u;.i M. . Mbachak. K. K. Mbacuak. W. Roberts. b Pohtok. M. L. M EACH AM & CO., WHOLESALE 680CERS ATTD COTTON FACTORS, No. 9 Union Sirner, Stonewall Black, : : M;mphis, Taaa. Jy IS-HTXr FIRM. Cartwright, Morrison & Co., Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants, No. 7 Howard's Row, MEMPHIS, .... TKXNESSEIT. SW Order snd eonelirnmenta sollc'.tett. IdtlSrai advansew oo oonaignmentfl. asS Oao. F. Koonts, Memphis, Tenn. c. R. Vascb, Pinoia county, Mis. T0QF, PHILLIPS & CO. COTTON TIES, COTTON TIES, BAGGING, ETC.I WE have In (tore tbe following lots Iron Cotton Ties, which we offer, aa agents for tbe manufacturer, to the trade only, at as ilv rate aa ran belaid down from New Or leans, or any other point, and on aa favorawle terms. 3000 bandies Beard's leek Ties ; I000 bandies Beard's Bvckl Tic ; I000 bundles Beard's Eureka Tin ; 2000 bdls Swett's Self-fastMing Bsekie Ties. ALSO I500 pe. Heavy Power Lai Flax I00 bale superier Bali Twib. We will keep In store a constant supply the above-named articles. STRATTON, 60YER & CO., Nos.226 and 228 Front St. Wliolai ilo Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 300 Front Street, lietween Madison and Monroe, Memphis, Tennessee. OUR toek, of which we are dally rocelvlng. Is large and complete, having been re cently selected by our Mr. Oay In the EftUern markets, and we are ottering extra tnduoe aient to our friend and old cuatomera. and hone by trict attention to their Ir terekt to merit a continuance of tbe liberal patronage heretofore extended as. Liberal advance made upon conslifnmenu of any description to oa. All cotton or other goods shipped to ui will be covered by our open policies of insurance, unless otherwise I nstructed. We are prepored t o ail all order for bagging ond tie from onr erge stock, set I the best article known to preserve tbe hair. IS will positively restore Bray Hair to Its Original Cir and Promote it arawta. If f1 art Anll..lr ,, a w u.unll A - .11 .., w or tne moat powerful and BBbBBSBBB coiubinlnc inauv restorative agents in tbe i kingdom. to akes tin Hair aatoatb sxd does not stein th ski i IT IB REtX)MMENDEP AND URED BY TH KIHHT MEDICAL AUTHORITY. For sale by all druggists. Price, f 1 00. K, P. HA 1.1. CO., tt asnaa, N. Proprietors ORDINANCE. By Alderman Preaeott: Beitordamtd by Iks Uemeral Council or thr Oa of Memphis, as follows : Section t. Second street from the north no) of the NlcoUon pavement to the north orn boundary of the city is hereby directed to be paved with stone, for a width of ten and one-half feet on each side of the middle line oi tne street. Section II. The oast snd expenses of the before mentioned work shall be asset Bed up on the lou bounding or abutting said street in the manner prescribed by the chatter and ordinances of the city of Memphis. Section III. The City Engineer shall, upon the final passage of thl ordinance, advertise for fifteen day for bid for the execution of the above work in accordance wttk aoson paoying specification (on die in tint City Engineer's office.) Passed first rwi rale sasMndud, and ordinance pasasd second and anal reading by the Board. July a), 1870. Oonrnrred la toy Council, at d passed second T l filial l sailing September 7, 187. Approved, September 13, 187a JOHN JOHNSON, Msyor. Attest : U B. Bicuakjjb, City Register. septi A. C. TrbadwsxIs late Meaeham A TreadwelL A. B Tsubvsu, of Tread well Bros. R. A. Trjudwbul, at Tread Weil Bros. B. D. Tbbajiwbu. of Tread well Bros. A.C. TREADWELL & BROS. Wholesale Grocers An COTTON FACTORS. NO. II UNION STREET, StonswaJI Bloc., : MenrpWs, Tenn. asr Proa tta above card it will be seen that . C. Tread well, late of Meachssa A Trasd- well, and Tr&adweil Bros, have united ander Arm style of A. CTresdweU A Bros. To their friends who have heretofore ostronired them so liberally, they return sincere thanks, aud to them and to all who may favor ns with tneir patronage, we pledge onr best eoon to please. au2 (lav A. O. TREADWELL A BROS. ROOTES, VANCE & CO. Cotton Faciors AND GENERAL Commission & Forwarding Merch'ts Aad A feats for th Sale of Gsanos. No. 338, Corner Front and Union Sts., U-6TAjBa, : Mas 1-1113, Tbhic. r Consignment of Ootton, Provision. Prodnes, eke., solicited, aud all orders. promptly Oiled. sc7dw HUGH T O.R RANCc, COHON FACTOR Aim GEN'L COMMISSION MERCHANT, 10 Jefferaa St., " Titos Blsck, ' Opp. Commercial Hotel, 11 daw Mast phis, Tsixbwcr, i. at. rATKicir. ir m. i-atbick J. M. PATRICK & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 254 Front Street, Between Coast an Jeflersnn, MEMP1I1H, i : TENNisSBEE. Sf riiSMi sejsnlinn nald to ull k,,..,.-... fhtrnsted to ua, and careful attention air. . to nuing oruers iar any ue.cn ptlon of m--chsndlse. gel dATr For Sale Low to the Trade. A COMPLETE 8TOTK OF OROCKRIB8 snd PLANTATION 8UPP1JES, com- prising, in part, tne tonowing: 1200 piece Flax aud Hemp Bagging : 50 tons Ties-best brand; IU) barrtl Whisky ; 800 barrels Kloar: 7 had. Sossa-: 100 barrels Mob 200 kegs Molssses ouu saps t ones; SOU pkgs. Caudles; 230 boxes Heap; 60 barrel New Maekerel: 100 half barrel New Mackerel; 500 kit New MackereL Inducement ottered to country merchants. selO BUY, MoCLELLAN 4 Ca W. B. AK9BXWS, Mem phi, Tenn. Jajcx H. I! ate. Middle Tenn. W. H. ANDREWS fit, CO. COTTON FACTORS, meral -AND- COMMISSION MERCHANTS 280 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. Lumbar, Laths and I HAVE new on hand a full stock ol cypres, poplar and walnut lumber, aths and sawed shingles- I have also a large stock of I was as as nelasT, aad sai pusjiares to dll order for lumber, of any dimension, on short notice. aar Mills and Lumber Yard on Wolf river Immediately north ot Bayou Uayoso. v. j. vmiAriiia CHAS. H. DORION, OOTTON FACTOR, a (. FRONT STREET (up-stairsl. Mem-OO-i phis, rv-ir Hugging, Rope, Ties and HnpTdfen turnished -nstcnrn rs. e!0 CattM aad Hay Pre New aad Useful C. W. Swioearaai' Improved rlay a .d Cat t Press. ASI have succeeded in getting a natent granted ineoa the stb .ay oi Auerntt Is70r oa preaaa for hay audeotlon, L u. mo pose to place them before, the publ ior cwi eral tiae. My Invention Is reduced town Vo simplicity, strength and irarablllty so ranch thatawy set of nld hand, can wmrk it with i tor my In Utley and all other preasen ; block which. itiiD tin DSBl SB soon as the icver ftutand forreeabe feMover 3 e applied, bold own with srrt swwer; a son sathe power t taken oft the block will aUd down the liar perfectly loose, and ready for renewnl of hold, wnuL renders R entirely mt osslbite to get out of order, a virrce which no oter pre has. The tar whieb I nse, las common straight, lever aewlied dlsset to Use griping blue. my folbwerJ "p - 1 nails, and rope and i arrangetl tb work very ee-uy. All Who H1HV wHl; -1 orrss .nrnPr OT State rhrhle. wtirapplv to J. r. Dowrtr STnoni sssss Mi ilila who haa the to --ll an I ioax.e Hues, and will iessnra. in ahijwlnic Ihe Mm. whUk a tltnatfed in front of '.laufflce. diwsepli or tare ri NoAjM Pn SafaMasI takfSwieaa PLANTER'S BANK The Creditors of the Planters' Bank 4 RK hereby notified thst try a ii r. tbetasaecery onrt at Nashville, in the of W. W. Bkbky aoainst Tnr Pnr. a' nana axb uiuua, maue with a view to Onenctai dlstiibntlen of the assets, the eseswis taw an of the Planters' Issak. ca any otna rlsliaa or demands, ol whatso ever nature, saalnat said Bank, must die the me in the office of the Clerk and Master of id Chan eery Court, by or before the First y in October, 1870, And that notice of thl order be published In at least one of the daily paper of Nashville, fCnoxville and Memphis, and in the weekly papers of Franklin. Pciaekl. Mnrfreeaboro, Athens and ClaiksviUe, continuously up to the first Monday in October, 1S70. au Usck aadatastw.