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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEISnST., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1S70. VOL. 30.-NO. 288 ihere was never u more fearfut story rmtea tfian that of which we read this morning In our telegraphic roi jmn, whirh tells of the wreck of a great ship at sea, and of the drowning 01 nve nunarea people. Hardly leAs Horrible is the reijrn of the hitliHiu brutal molt in Paris, whose deed may yet so disgust mankind that a despot ism may re pronounced preferable, among such a people, to a republic. Then I here are developments in that murou uinu juuraer, wnionaimusi made one's hair stand on end, which, will iuterest our readers to the last de gree; then cornea the still small voice of telegraphy which tells, in subdued tones, how pale death moves stealth ily about the thoroughfares of New Orleans, finding helpless victims among all nationalities. TENNESSEE. An pprrssi ofijoA has ben asuUilished at Lebanon. Tbe population of Chattanooga is six thousand ami out y-eyu. The Senatorial Convention is to lx hold at l'unly on tint sicoud Saturday in I lo bar. Mr. Junes Din.oan, apd naviiity-Mx years, died in Hardeman county last week. The Maury county Fair commences at Columbia to-day and continues all the week. R. H. BaskprTilln bag anaonncf J bira nelf as a candidata 1 i the Legislature in Sumner oounty. Thomas S. Steele, Esq., of Shelby v.. ., has lieen amniiuted Chancery Court Clerk lor Bedford county. The bridge on tbe Virginia and Tenn fssH Air Line railroad has leen replaced and trains are passing- K K. Butler has been nominated by tbe Radicals of tlW First District as their Congressional candidate. Humboldt claims a population of 2400, and is the fourth town in population in this division ol the Stale. Tbe dwelling house of J. H. McLaren, La iuar Jo, Wilson county, was uV btroyed by fire last week. M. M. Bond, Esq., has announced hini nelf as a candidate to represent Wilsou county in the next Legislature. Ueneral J. D. C. Atkins will deliver an hi) J ."ess to the people of Humboldt on tbe opening Of the Fair at that place. General Hickman is busily eng&jsad at Nasbwiie, in getting up an organisation to establish an extensive woolen manufac tory at that place. Ex-I'resident Johnson has fallen so in love with the Mbelbyville American Ren cue, that he has paid his sabtsoriplion bve years in advance. A roaring wild animal is loose in the woods near Morr'stown, which is sup- -k 1 to have escaped from some travel ing menagerie. e exeot it is Andy. The cotton of Haywood and surround ing counties promise a tine yield. In Haywood and Lauderdale counties the yield will be much larger than last year. The weather so far this season has been very favorable to tbe cotton crop near Madison. It is now opening finely, ami 4ur people are usin diligence in gelling it out. J. A. McRady, of Marshall county, is a cat'didaM for the State Senate from Bed loroi and Marshall. W. N Cowiltsa of tbe same oounty is also a candidate for tbe Senate. W. P. Watson, Kso., has been at Hurri cane Springo a short time, and his health, instead of improving, is growing gradu ally worse. So we are inforuitsJ by his friends. Minnie Strnm. the little daughter of V. "ll. Strum, of Knoxville, burned by a tamp, died Saturday. She was fsiaeu for Ler intelligence anJ bawty, even at 10 of year of age. 8helbyville has a total population, ac cording to the census returns, of ;.iill: divided as follows: White n i- white females I ,iH2; negro inaiestSI; ne a;ro females osl. James Brown shot the wliole top off of tbe bead of Thomas Daniels, six miles from Mam bester, Ooffse county, on the night of me yoth inst. An old loud ex isunl between tiiem. Rev. Ir. T. U. I'earne, I uited States Consul at Kingston, Jamaica, left Kuox "ville on the l."tli Inst., accompanied by his family, for New Vork, where he will embark for his ofhVial labor. Tbe sfe of W. fr". Holder, a jiieneliant of ;s,hUi. was rolibsd mi Sunday nixht, 11th i'i. It was cut oieu aith an ax. The roi'bers got ai -mi 00080 in green backs and Tennessee money for their trouble. Coloiil James II. Hngbea, of MrMinn Ttlle, who bail announced himself as a candidate for Congress in tbe Thirll Dis trii t. now ibs liii1 . upon the ground that aouieol bis friends thinks be labor under disabilities. Col. A. H. Cnlyar last week sold tho well known manutaot Bring site, Allis .niia, on the Nashville and Chattanooga Kailroad, to a company of capitalists, who a 111 at once proceed to erect a lirst class paper mill on it. Lebanon, says the Herald, is Butting on city airs iu earnest. There not being enough money in circulation there, tbe Bank of Wil .n has changed iUtelf into the Second National Bank, with a circula tion of some f-hi or fju.OOO. The Lebanon Herald of the 15th lust, aays that Col. Price is making arrange ments to run daily lines of stages lietwcen Ixbanon and Alexandria andLeliannn and New Middletown, and tri-weekly lines toHpatra, Carthago, C'ookville and Liv ingston. A span of horses, wagon and load of leaf tobacco, tbe proerty of A. D. Valen tine, of Henry county, Tennessee, was aeized Monday by United rilatea Revenue Collector, Frank Travis, for peddling without license. Valentine bad also a small lot ol manufactured tobacco minus ft tamps'. The Joneaboro II. vol : and Tribune of the l'.tb inst., says that tbe satchel of the young man who was recently so mysteri ously murdered In that viatnity has lieen fouud. It contained some clotbing, a watch and a loiuir from his montber. Fan sis fbtjfch, and directed to her son James Wtunh. Andrew Johnson baring proved hhn Ml.'a traitor to both Jieiuocrato and Ke iiub 'Jeane, is not worthy of tho confidence of either: iuid the nomocracy would be iiMt as lnconaistent in listeniug to his coudswI and giving him an oOiue as tt'li ington would have beea In making Ar nold Secretary of War after bis attempt to surrender West Point to tbe British. The Supreme Court, now in aession In Knoxville, is pushing through an itn juense amount of business. All tbe Judges, Attorney General and Clerks labor with unflagging industry to clear the docket of the accumulations of tbe last four yeara. In Ibis they are aided by lhe whole bar, wbo with unexampled atodesty refrain from taking up tbe time vC' the ourt with lengthy speeches. Tie IS late Commissioners have decided U auction, on tbe 3d of November west, tate Slate's interest in the following sUuenl railroads, receiving State V' in pay usetit : Naahvill? and North Lom. - tajjroad ; Cincinnati, (.Cumberland western 'xarbsstop ; Central Houtberu ; SStJtfi k "eajui kv; MemphU.Clarks- lgfieldand a .; Knoxville and Kan ville and Luuisvi. . and Manchester: tucky; McMinnvio. t)lh; Wincbes Kogersville and Jeffers. J Charles ter and Alabama; Knoxville - -Hi Nasli ton; Evansvllla, nenderson ... sad ills; East Tennesme and Wes' north Carolina Miuerai H ARKANSAS. The El TVrrado Jmtmal ht the name of a new paper started on the ruins of the JJrwocral. Tbe Journal is a Clayton Re publican paper, favoring the removal of all political disabilities at an early day. It is pnbliabed and edited by F. O. Kyle. Judge Hanks, nominated for Congress in the Helena MstrbH, is an old muni, and, we believe, a native of Arkansas one "to tbe manor born;" and although a (southern aaan tatwa e( in emit, whoso sym pathies ajsd interests are all identified and interwoven with his native land and those among whom he was born and reared, is nevertheless an old Cnion man w hose con r iions of duty made him faithful to the I nionand the old nag during the late civil war. Judge Hanks la a lawyer of acknowledged ability andoundues, a man of steady lialate and dose attention to business, familiar with the wants and necessities of tbe people, and fully alive 11 ttinir trreat. iuLerests. He will be elected bv a majority of from seven to ten thousand voles, and make, the Gazelle thinks, a good, zealous, earnest, hard--working repreaentativa. Dr David Fointer, for many years a citiUn of Holly Springs, uiuyersally loved and respected by onr people, died i" bb. reeidencTin tm.o, Panola eoun v. jiL, on Friday evening, "September tb, at tf o'clock. THE WAR. FRANCE. 1KM0SISM OKVKLOPBU AMOSO COOWTHJI8 DBVIL8. London, September 24. A 1'arla letter of the 12th, received to-day, says that sheds, to serve as teuiiorary barracks, were in tbe course of erection on tbe boul evards lor troops, but are still incomplet ed. The French officers of the guard compl.in bitterly. This is how they do things iu France; instead of workirc right we are never prepared, but axe al ways too late until the Prussians sur prise us. The streets of Belli voile, La hapelleand La Villette, present nit Inviting apiiearauce. Thronarbout the bou'evards ol those names every rough I rm carries a ruse a strange sight la Paris, where until within a few weeks weasns oi any Kind were lorbiddon, ex cept by special permit of M. Pietrie. Kven sword canes and knuckle dusters were earn-1 stealth ily by respectable way farerw tor protection against thieves and garro icrv, where at present we are stonie.l wi!h chassepota and set on by bayonets, and Ibe ruthan can oblain a weapon for I he trouble of asking for it. This state of atlairs creates deep spprehensions, and. throughout the city the States prison birds and marauders are alreadv bxnimiinir tc show their teetb. Three davs ago a mem ber of tbe fiarde Mobile, while drinking iu a wiue shop, exposed a liftv franc nolo and was followed, robbed and murdered in broad daylight within the encenie ves'y. Two lion-coinuiissionod oilicers were stopped al throe o'clock in the afternoon by two men in the ou' shirts of tho city. r.urglarios are committed with impu- niiy. A lew days ago two ladies, au ibe balcony of a house in Hue Lafayette were admiring tbe passing Mobile heroes, when suddenly the mob discovered a plale of the Eagle Insurance Co. on the top of tbe balcony, which boars tbe Im pression of the Imperial bird. Instantly cries were raised of a ba.s t'mig'e. groans, hisses and menaces followed. Tbe igno rant rabble evgently believed the plate tbe IniDeriarnnsiirriia. To the terror of the ladies an attack was made on the house, but the damage was confined to the breaking of rails and wrenching ofl the plate with the points of the bayonets. The commission charged with the ex amination of tbe private correspondence ot the r.mperor nave made a brilliant dis covery of letters tied with rose-colored ribbon, confined in coffetto Marguerite, which are productions of, or, si any rate, signed by Marguerite Belianger. That the coquette should write the warmest of warm letters to the Emperor, should she bavo a cuaiice, is nalura. enough, but that the Emperor should keep them seems absurd. The Kepnblic has taken a peep behind the Imperial curtain, and discovers not only what people knew before that Napoleon III., in bad taste, prefers the thin, plain daughter of a blauncheia, and coarse washerwoman to beautiful Eu genie, but also the scandal of which the poor innocents have hitherto lieen kept in the dark. The imperial unstress in one letter informs Monsieur Signeur that his name shall not perish. What waa to be done with the semi-imperial infant when he made bis bow to the Court was a knot to unravel which troubled the brains of the palace. The President of tho Court, M. Beviern, undertook the affair, and his judicial robes were laid aside. He per suaded the immoral mother to exchange a aocumeni. wincn was legally drawn np, slating that the infant was hot a lineal descendant of Napoleon, lor the purpose securing to Marguerite Bellarger the splendid properly of Meaucby. JirtKS FAVBE'S M1SSIOX A FAn.ITRK ANOTHER UBAVY KKIKMISB BECURJTT IN PARTS SPIRIT OF FRANCS. fjOjmojr, September 24. Julea Favre returad Friday morning. The Prussians notified the government at Tours of the failure of the attempt to effect a termina tion of the war. The south of France is a vast camp. The population is arming from the Alps to the Pyrennes. Tbe Mes signes Company have sent four of their largest steamers to the Krls of northern Enrope lor arms and ammunition, tbe whole expense to lie borne by tbe mer chants ottMarseilles, and a company from Nice and Saxony are arming lor the de fense of the country. There is no truth in the story that the army of Paris has revolted, and stories of tiring in tho city ll is believed originated from the small arms practice of the new troops which Trochu is drill. ug. Uispatcbes from Tours aunonnce dis turbances in that port, particularly at night, fermented partlyby robberies and murders and partly by hostile emmissa ries. There have i -. n a number of attacks on houses and hotels, particularly iu Champ Klyesses, but yen. Trochu is adopting very severe measures and will doubtless repress them. It is reported that cellars are renting iu Paris at 2,MM francs, as placea of refuge in case of bombardment. The Hotel du Liuvro and Grand Hotel aro filling up into regular subterranean carauausaries. Tours will be defended afier tbe Government has been removed. Its fortifications are completely armed and the city fully provisioned. Arrange ments have been made for Inundating the Valley of lxiiro as soon as the Prus sians appear in force. A bridge 1,400 feet long, over the river, is ready to be blown up. It is rumored that a sharp engagement occurred yesterday at Chateau Bur, fifty miles from Tours, between a force of Ger man cavalry and tbe i.ardj Mobile, in which the cavalry were lieaton off. The Army of the Loire will occupy a position behind thai river. It is esti mated at I 'iO.i mi men, with ample sup plies of provisions and ammunition. tianural Wempffeu is reported to have -la tod that he could cut through tbe Uer mau army at Sedan. He had a plan there for, and would have executed it but for the surrender of Napoleon. Lowoon, September 24. The Prussians report from the heights overlooking Paris that they have observed fighting go ing on in ibe aireela with cannon and muskotry. Ad ices received by way ol Charlres" attempt to discredit the report, but later advices, dated Saturday even iug, from Brussels, asserts that there has been conslant combats since Friday in Paris, between Bed Bepublicana and troops nnder General Trocbu. No furth er particulars are given, ll is settled that a local Junta ahall rule at Borne until a plebescilum is takeu. 1 MTV OK PARISIANS AN OPFU'IAL 00 TRAUICTION OK 1'RI'SSIA.N STORIES. Tol'Rh, September 25 Evening. Min isters Uambetta and Ferry have addressed tbe following note from Paris to M. Cre ii ieu. Minister of Justice: "Paris is prepared to make a heroic re sistance. All parties have united to sus tain the government with every energy of defense. Should you hear through Prnasiau dispatches that troubles have broken out in Paris, den it. We have enormous forces of national and Mobile Gardes and provisions ennngh to bold out all winter. Let France make a heroic effort." A ORE AT BATTLE PRt'SSI AN STRBNOTH. Bkalvais, September 'M, via Tours, September 25. A great battle raged all day yesterday north of Paris, between Farter and the Isle of Adam. It is reported that the peasants are cut ting off convoys of supplies In rear ot the Prussians. There are G5O.050 Gorman troops now on French territory, consisting of twenty-one army corps. Very few Landwehrs are of the number. Three French army corps are under arms. IlISSOLVTION OF THE FRBNCH FORCES ENOLISH STORIES. The special correspondent of tbe JY Imme write an tbe SMt at Chart res, that 10,000 of the Garde Mobile were con centrated on Monday, when the news uaioe that the railroad waa cat at Kam boullett, and that the Uhlans were ex oected at Chartres. whereupon the oftt m told the Mobiles to lay down their -i u- and go borne as it was impossible to S 'r-i ., u loi .. I ... .. ' tin.,:: tj resist, a I udrau sians. Tho - II.,, rn alaaiiiAr whicii arrived Fri- , '1 rSouthsmpton, brought lOOO French "' Who report every mini in Havre exaggerated. I here Is no sign oi sur render, nor is there say belief reposed iu the reported surrender of Toul. German accounts state that Bismarck was not averse to making arrangements wun r avre, nut me King to an remou strance replied that he bad a debt to pay to the memorv of his narents. and Llial France shall make imwos as sho once forced the Prussians to ninke peace, In her capital and m the palace ol her sovereigns He savs he is bound iu honor to tbo Em peror not to recognize bis overthrow through au'ad vantage'faken by bis erre- uiies, or the victories of Gwrmsny. ENGLAND. RESULT OF THIER's ANI K.WRR's mis SIONS PRUSSIA'S EXACTIONS. London, September lii. 1 biers, altar a protracted interview with Baron liensb, left Vienua for St. Petersburg iSatui.lav. The journals published at Tsars concur in acknowledging that Favre's mis-urni to the Prussian headquarters has proved in effective, and declare that tbe French peo ple prefer extinction to humiliation. Strasbourg, Toul and Verdun tho Ger mans already consider as theirs, and thoy demand that they shall remain so, but Favre and his colleagues in the imperial government get a unit in rejecting such demands. THE OUBEN DON'T KNOW THE FALLEN EM PRESS. London, September 25. It is reported that tbe Empress Eugenie and Prince Im perial have removed from Hastings to Chest Churst, where a houso hns been hired for tbem. iueeu Victoria wholly ignores the illustrious exiles. A meeting was held here last night to express sympathy for France, but it turned out a failure, as few people were in at tendance, TURKEY. TURKEY TO BB I'AEV ED UP RUSSIA W I ELDS THB KNIKB limilllll I KI M lis. New York, September 26. Advices from Constantinople say a rebellion has broken out in Taihata, in Oussalla. It is believed to have been encouraged by the Bassiau Government. It is feared ail Al bania will soon be in arms. The Russian tleels in the Btftck and Bal tic seas are reported under sailing orders. Margaret Milers having been found guilty of the willful murder of fotv in fants, has been sentenced to be hanged. The mavoralso exhorted them to 'or fear of provoking tbe Frus- hole force thereupon dia- refugeea,- ling. drilling. ninted to blow up the A ,moD"' Zim which would have al- SSaSSSS T the"cHv. Tbe offender IH..-L destroy" . . was arrested and will be shot. PRUSSIA. NO PBAi'K RIS- MBOU- KAVRK AND MARCS. Beri in. September 25. A conference wil had betwten Count Bismarck and hils- Favre at Tours on Monday and Tuesday which was wholly devoted to Stempt to arrange a truce pending the meeting of tho constituent assembly. BUmarl exacted the surruh.r of Stras Umrg.Toul and Verdun, In order thai the commission of German forces m ght l secure from danger during the truce. The French minister declined these re as ,'nable conditions. No demand waa made for tbe surrender. WHAT PBUSSIA'S KINO DBHANDS AND WHY B INSISTS. The conduct of the Kraperor, the effi ciency of the bombardment, and the weakness ef the garrison, have been m nch SPAIN. BAVAOES OP VOniTO IN SPAIN. Madbiii, September 25. The ravages of the finite at Borcelova are increasing, and the panic among tho inhabitants is frightful. Yesterday out of 35 cases there were 24 deaths. All tho government officers have removed from the pla-.-. ITALY. THE POPE ANll FRANCE. London, September 26. The Pope has been officially notified that France aban dons tbe September Convention. Gen. La Mormoro has taken chief com mand of the Italian ariny at Home. There is no doubt a vote on plebiscitum will be taken the 2d of October. A DUElr Memphis Maintains Her Fame. Cincinnati, September 25. It is said that Lorenzo Lake, of Memphis, has challenged J. C. Kramer, apsUitel min ister to Deuniark, late consul at Leipzig s Census Returns. Cincinnati, September 25. The census returns give the population of this city 215,000; with Newport and Covington, 200,000. Yeilew lack. New Orleans, September 25. The yel low lever deaths for tbe tweutv-four hours ending at H p.m. yesterday were eleven. Five were natives of Italy, two of Ger many, two of Wales, one of France, aud oue ol Switzerland. THE NATHAN MURDER. A Clue at Last to Sslvt tbe Mystery. Schuylkill Haven, September 4. An arrest took place this morning that promises to secure the conviction of the party guilty ot the murder of Mr. Nathan. On ibe l.'.th of August a young man named Francis J. Kepling came to Schuylkill Uaven, and took quarters at Epling's Hotel. At almost the first re mark, asking if he had heard any thing about tbe Nathan mur der, he soemed restless and troubled, and could not sleep at night, and at length admitled to a boarder that he was within four feet of Nathan when be was hit with the dog: that he i Kepling) had tbe iron dog In his hand a short time before the murder was committed: thai he knew where thedog was purchased ; that Nathan dmpjied when he was hit the first blow, and that be could lay his hand on the murderer. He was urged to go to New York and lay informa tion belore the authorities, but refused, lying if a certain partv did not do the right thing he wonld blow in a short t ime. Since this confession he baa been very reticent, and refused to admit; any thing, but a close surveillance of his movement.- have wound around him a fearful chain ol circumstances. He is known to have pawn tickets for diamonds and jewelry, and has some bloody clothes but half washed. His manner has been that of one upon whom some terrible crime has hung. No rest. no steep, no sppelile. lie lias been m constant correspondence with some par lies in mow iork, and received from them letters and money. He claims to have been a bar-tender at the saloon corner of Broadway and Bleecker streets. lie .says he knows v ashinglon Nathan well: thai he many a time opened champagne for him ; that his father's name Hubert iteming, and be resides at 24 Maiden Lane, or at leastldoes business there. Iu appearance he is small and has dark hair, lie said that he had lost forty seven pounds in weight since he left New i ork. lie was employed as a band on a canal boat on the Schuylkill canal at the time of capture. In bis conversation be tells things that wonld criminate him. He will be in New York to-morrow. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ST' LOUIS. Franco -Celtic Sympathy A Salty Fire. HtTLouis, September 25. At a meeting of irishmen held last night it was decided to co-oporate with the French citizens in holding a fair and festival next week for tbe relief of tho families of the killed and wounded French soldiers. All the Irish societies will turn out on Thursday even ing in a torchlight procession and make a grand demonstration. Tbe salt mill of Tabor, Hall Co. Keokuk, Iowa, was burned last night: loss $25,000. ten. (Jlintun li. Fisk has entered suit in tin? Circuit Court of St. Louis, :it:aiiist the proprietors of the St. Louis Ji,iic for libel m htty dollars damages. The plaintiff alleges that the defend ant! some time since published a false and malicious statement concerning his connection with the Southern Pacific railroad, charging that he had withbeld and destroyed iiooks and vouchers, and allowed a claim for several thousand dollars, for which the company received no benefit. DIED. Cholera anh Yellow Fever. Havana, September 24. A carnfnl in vestigation shows that the vouiito and yellow fever are decreasing. It is reported that the lalter disease was brought here from the country, step, have been taken to prevent Its further spread. The weather Is cooler. Tbe insurgeuts'are burning the estates iu tbe vicinity of St. Jago. The priests refused to bury tbe dead body M consul Parsons, but tho Uorcrnor compelled them. AT SEA. Terrible Calamity A Ship Goes With 520 Seals on Board. Down Nw York, September 25. English pa pers contain tbe following particulars of I he loss ol the Captain : About midnight on the 6th the ship was in company with the channel fleet about forty miles off Cape Finisterre, cruising, with double eefed fore and main top sail, ami fore top mast stay sail, aud main sail and foro tail hauled up, there being at tbe time a very strong breeze and heavy sea. Tbe starboard watch bail been called at 12 o'clock and were being mustered, vtben a squall struck the ship on tbe port side, causing her to give a heavy lurch to the starboard. As she did not right herself, Captain Burgoyua, wbo was on the bridge, gave orders lo lower tbe loretopsail, but, in consequence ot the yards being braced shsrp up, the ship at the time being on port tack, it did not come down to orders promptly. He then gave orders to let go the braces and main topsail down haul, but by this time tbe ship being again struck by a heavy sea. ana completely hove on her beam ends, with water pouring down the funnel, she then turned upward and gradually sank, stern drst. From the tlmo the ship was brat struck to tier going down, only from 5 to 10 minus- elapsed. Tbe number on board at the time was SHO. When the Captain was first lost sight of, it waa thought that she had missed the Meet not an uncommon oc currence on dark nights aud when blow ing hard and no one Imagined she bad gone down ; but, alas ! ber sad fate soon became apparent when first was picked up a boat, then a spar, and subsequently one man, wbo had lashed himself to a grating, but did not succeed in saving his life. On the morning of Thursday the Monarch, which had eva searching around tbe coast, brought inteil life nee ,0 the nag-ship that one warrant officer and seventeen men had landed from tho Captain. MISSISSIPPI NEWS. Natchez has three white and two negro tire companies. Tbe Prentiss Recorder says that all tho appointees of Alcorn iu that county give entire satisfaction to the people. Tbe Bay St. Louie bridge, on tbe New Orleans and Chattanooga railroad, is 11,000 feet long, or a little short of two miles. Bichard F. Harrison is a candidate for Representative in the Legislature from Harrison county to fill the existing vacancy. W. W. Montague, on trial last week in the Circuit Court of Hinds county, for the killing of Baltimore Flnlay, in Jankin county, some time last spring, was ac quitted. The negro, Jake Short, wbo married a white girl. Miss Wallace, near Meridian recently, has deserted his bride. He would not endure the martyrdom of so cial and domestic intercourse with "white trash." The Meridian iltrtvry says the negroes or Enterprise are petitioning Alcorn for the removal of the Mayor of that plana. They do not appear to know tnat "re moving" from office "played out" with the one man power. The Natchez Owner reports over one thousand trne bilhi found at the August lerm of the Adams oounty Circuit Court. The Grand Jury of the county recommend an enlargement of the jail in view of the unprecedented increase of crime. The Holly Springs Reporter says: "We oongratulste the people of our State upon the present condition of onr noble State University. While every appre hension existed that a change would he made, so as to radicalize tbe institution, and open its doors to all, Irrespective of color, we are gratified beyond measure ts state that tbe racolty remains as here tofore, and that every step taken by the trustees seemed to have In view the good of tbe university. True, Beveral of the best trustees were not resppointed, and their places were filled, by the Gov ernor, by persons belonging genaraUy U the Radioal par'T' Dut iTy member of tbe board, rose above party prejudices, t.nd acted with an eye alone to public ,rwi We had little reason to expect this. iind, therefore, we praise the geiiUemen.. who sacrificed party feeling, and by their action placed the university m a posi t ion which contrasts favorably with most of the universities of tbe reconstructed States." -Mouljl Sunday cvtuinz. I'.th last.. J am k- Sitkii taoonv, son of Mary F. and the late John K. Moody, aged 17 years, 8 months and U days. Funeral will take place at St. Peter's Church iL'ESUAY morning, 7tb lust., at 10 o'clock. Carriage at thecharcli and at residence, 73 Market street. W13T At the Houluern Hotel, on Hu inlay, tu inst-. atS o'clock n.iu.. Mrs. N. J. West. wife of J.H. West. Funeral will take place from the hotel, this (MONDAY) alternoon, 'JBth lust., al 3 o'clock. Fricuils are invited lo attend. IN MEMORIAM. TA YIaJB- Yesterday, al snndown, was laid away In the (inlet shade of Elm wood, all that was niTlal of Jesss Fans Taylor, yonngest son ot Or. Arthur K. Taylor. A great num ber ol sympathising i: lends were present to mingle their tears with those of the stricken parents, sisters aud brothers of the pel of a iiouscimld, where, if we could prevent, we WOSiM not have a sorrow come. Bone that knew how Utile Pa. .a had twined hlmsblt about the heart-strings ot his father, mother aud relatives, lint will extend to them con dolences aud heart-sympathies for his loss He was the pride and Joy oi the honsehold. Every member of it lavished upon him a very wealth of love. He appreciated and re turned U an hundred fold. In a thousand ways he spoke and manifested the tender en ikarmenhi of a i..vi:i : little fellow, fnll of promise that in the futnre he wonld be a lay and prop when hi- parents should begin to descend the hill of life. Hs was full of life, gave no Indication of other than length of days; and under tbe eye of one who has brought health, healing and happiness to mtoiv a stricken household, it was reasonably nopeJ he wouldgrow to manhood and Oil, per haps, as useful and honorable a position as his father. Hut Uod w ho roles as seems to Him liest, ordered otherwise. He has taken lo himself tbe bud and promise of a bright and beautiful home, and there is mourning where before there was Joy and gladness. We bring onr trlbnte of heartfelt sorrow, onr teai. of regret and words of sympathy. May this affliction, be tempered to the stricken ones by the Almighty. May bless-...- :.jw m upon the home now In mourn ing, snd peace ever rest there. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. VJOMINKKS ty she Committee for officers .Lv of Ine L'hatarier of Commerce for the en suing year; election Monday, 30th of Hep- leashes: FOR PRESIDENT: Col. R. A. pinson. VICE PRKSIIDKNTB: NrwTo Ford. W. R. Moork, W. M. r A KKl.No 1 ON, HOBEKT A. ALUSOH. K. Batxjss. COM MiTT Juki ON APPEALS. J.C Nsbly, Joskph Bruce, M. K. Coohkas. H. M. Gates, J. J. Ml'Kl'HY, J . T. HTSATTON, se!5 I AK.KINC.TON MABON. FALL PRICE LIST ! AT VENDI6 BROS. & CO. New Prints from 6c to 12Jc per yard, Bl'd and Brown Domostics, lite to 18c per yard, 10,000 yards Ginghams, Cheeks and heavy I'laids All Wool Flannels at 15c per yard, HTOJii 20c to 50c per yard. A lieanttfnl line of Fall Drees Goods, at 2Ge per yard, Highly Perfumed Hoapn, GOc per doa. Kid Gloves, 75e a pair, Audeverylhing else in ont House sold very we u cheap. also kee.- a full line of Wool Yarns, Cotton Yarns, Battings, Coverlids, etc. VENDIG BROS. & CO., 226 Bala Stmt Orders solicited from the oonutry. se TRI-WEEKLY MAIL 4 PAS8EN6ER g yt . Coaobes FROM Ualnee' Landing to Camden, Arkaa sas. Departures Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, at 7 a.ra. Fare, IIS. UN . POPK MITCHELL Trustee's Sale. BY virtue, and In accordance with tne pro visions of a trust deed mads Siy L.. Roc- co and W. B. Greenlaw, to me, as trustee, on the Kith day of February. 1SS, duly recorded In the Register's office of nhelby county. In Book No. 71, on pages 60, lil, 62 and 6.1, to secure the payment of certain indebtedness, there in fully described, from the said L. Roeco lo lhe said W. B. Ureenlaw, 1 will, on The 1st day of October, 1870, within legal bourn, .ro4-eed to Mil, la front ol the prem i.m--, on Shelby ntret, the loi lowing dtaHcritrM roprtjr,lo Lhe higut bidder for ouh, to-wil: The south half of lob Nob. six (), -ven (7j, and eight (8), In block Mo. 11 (11) tic'-oHl'iig lo the plan ol Kooth MeraphU, lying on the went Hide of Shelby Btreet.frontiiik; on H.iid afreet tteveuty flve(7a) feet, and ruunlug back, westwardly between parallel linen, aod right angles with Hhelhy Ktrm-t Uau alley, wiLhallthf rights aud privileges therouul bclougmg or in unywh appertain iug. The equity oi redemption la expreuly waived in said deed of trnut and the title Is ttttlleved to be perfect. 1 convey only as trustee. (set) at. MK.-t.-ii K, Trustee. " The attention of the puhllc is called to tbe above sale of that Elegant Shelby Street Residence, In v nleii the late U Rooco resided. The spa cious lot of seventy-Qve feet front, running through two hundred feet to Clinton street. The eouunodlous improvements, consisting of a Two-atoned Frame Residence, four lai-ge and airy rooms and hall below and four In second story, wilh large back galleries to both atones n two-storied baek buildiug of two rooms and gallery to each story handsome front yard with hhrabhery, add a large gar den, constitute one ot the most desirable res idences in the city, while the locality Is in the midst of the most refined and wealthy portion of the community. Tbe sale, as will be observed, must be peremptory, and holds out every Inducement to those who wish to make a safe investment hi valuable Memphis property. Though it Is a trust sale, the title is considered unquestionable and perfect. The sale will take place by direction of the Trustee, at 12 o'clock on Saturday next, Octo ber 1st, upon the premises. BOY8TEK, TREZEVANT 4 CX ae25 Real Kstate Agents, Dry Goods AT WHOLESALE. Menken Bros. Offer THIS WEEK to Merchants ex traordinary bargains in their lines of DRESS GOODS! SUCH AS POPLINS, DELAINES, ALPACAS, MERINOS, Etc., Etc., Special inducements off red in FLANNELS, JEANS, LINSEYS, BLANKETS, SHAWLS. Etc., Etc. We call attention to our stock of CLOTHS, Cassimeres & Doeskins ALSO Gents' Furnishing Goods S" An examination of onr stock is requested. Orders from tbe country filled with care and dispatch. Menken Brothers 261 and 263, MAIN STREET, CORNER COURT Jas. Flaherty & Co., Funeral Undertakers 317 SECOND STREET, Near Monroe, : : Memphis, Tenn. METALLIC CASES, CASKETS AND WOODEN COFFINS OF ALL KINDS. Fresh Baltimore Oysters We are the only authorized agents for the sale of J.C. Mahony Co.'s celebrated Baltimore Oysters, and shall always keep tbem on liar d, and sell at the lowest market price. H . a K1NU CO., e20 226 and 2 Becond street. Masonic Temple of Memphis. THE stor kholders of the Masonic Temple of Bteruphls Association are requested to meet Thursday, September 22, 1870, At 7 o'clock p.m.. at the Hall af Sonth Mem phis l...dt corner of Madison and Second streets, on business connected with the Asso ciation. By order of the Directory. H. H. HlOBliK, President. A.J. WHMi.KR.8ecretaryJ selB J. E. LANPHIER, Merchandise Broker and Commis sion Merchant, No. 318 FRONT STREET. mw Country merchants and planters want ing good Louisiana molasses should inquire of their fTOoery merchants for the Pencnar traln, Tiabodeaux, Polnta Coupee and La fourche brands. n" J. F. DOWDY, Ootton Paotor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 264, corner Court and Front Streets. cash advances made on con-aM WORSHAM HOUSE, Corner of Main and Adams Streets, J. J. WORSHAM, Proprietor. Price of board. Si aay! sal 133 I WISH to sen my KHiiKnia;,HiiusLea on Orleans street, near the Hernando street ears. The dwelling is nearly new, with seven or elaht reoms, all necessary out-buildings. This Is an eleyaieu situation; yaru wen set with original forest trees. For terms, etc apply to 3. M. Provine. iseioj j. w. rout. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. OTTB "ST. OFFICIAL DRAWINGS Of the Missouri Sta-e I uttery. 87. 76. !l, I MfJKHA I 2S i Ha vs. Ill Hi 72, S, tU, ;VS. H, M Mil h K i'U , l . , i -nrs Ml. !!; He FOR ACCOUNT OF R. R. CLUB, At Grand Ccatrai uct on Htwe, I V A. M. STODDARD A CO., Pnrniture and J) Ha'Splirrualia ot said ( lul. TI'KHUA MoKNINU.Hnpl. -.Till, al lOo'clock A so, I'.UU dozen empty Hetties. e26 Superior Furniture At Auction, BY A. E. Frankland. J will sell, on THURSDAY morniiiK. Septem ber SI. 1S7U. si U-u o'clock, at LU .Secoud street. i : LEU ANT PARLOR, BED ROOM, AND DININU ROOM Fl UNITURE, I'lilua. ljuceusware. Tableware, Unissela and Velvet carpels, wood aud eoal.itatnary.book cases, etc The property of a family declining A. 1-5. FRANKLAND, Auctioneer. Bottom's Improved Horse Power. THIHqreat Improvement In running Ulae aud Mills. bavin proved a complete suc cess. Is now offered with confidence to the Public. AU orders filled without delay, rice, delivered on railroad and boat, $141. All orders should be addressed to the sub scriber, sole agent for Tennessee aud Panula ami DeMoto counties, Miss. W.C. DEnRY. Agent, S81 Main struct. Memphis, Tenn. R. S. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors ar d Grocers. We have a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Flour, among which is the old favorite Grafton 000 and Relncke t Elegant. Southern School in New York MRU. EDWARD 8. WHITE'S English and French Boarding tjchool lor young la dies. No. o West Korty-second street, oppo site Reservoir Park. se25eod. PRIVILEGES AT FAR. TOTICE U hereby given to those who de- Mre to secure Refreshment Booths at the coming Memphis Fair, that the Privilege will be let at the FalrOronnds on WEDNES DAY, th Inst.. to the highest bidder, at H o'clock m. The t rain will leave the depot of me siempnis anu I nariesum railroad at it' , o'clock a.m. and return at 3:15 p.m. Fair round trip, 2T, cents. MB L.KON. TROUSDALE, Secretary. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Isauc W. Moon m W. P. Matthew aud M. J. Wright BV Virtue of a deer; prouonnnefHt in this cauMA, by the Supreme Court of the WetL ern Division of the State, April Term, lsC9, and renewed at April Term. MB. 1 will. In front of the Court-hou.se door tu Lhe city f Memphis, n Thursday, the 26th Day f October, 1870, SfH on a credit ot six, twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months, the following dearrlbed teat estate, viz: Httuale, lying aud being tn the eoauty of Shelby and State of Tennessee, aud in the Thirteenth Civil DUtriet ot nald county, and described aa follows, to-wit: Section thirteen. Township one, Kange nine, west of the basis meridian of the Chlckaaaw fi-ssiou. I'outalning tun acres, more or leas, lying on both sides of llurn l.akr creek, neur tbe southern boundary Hue of tbe State of Tennessee, and Just north of the north boundary line of the State of Mississippi. Tbe said section thirteen has been recently surveyed, and found to be iu the State of Tennessee, and to contain acres; and it Is the same section w hereon James W. Levi aud his wile, Susan H. Levi, with their tenauls, now reside, and the same section which was conveyed by Marcus J. Wrisjhtto Susan H. tvi, tv deed dated the oi June, lKrjJ, and regiHtered In the Keg'ster'a office of Shelby county, Tennessee, on the Itfth or July, tsai.ln Book No ML part the Jd, pages tils and slv, and the same which was conveyed by William P. Matthtws to said Wright, by deed dated tbe 1st uay of Jauuary, Kt and registered in the Register's office or said county of Shelby, Book No. 31, pages iu and n . Also one other tract of land, being the south half of section twelve. Township one, Ksnge nine, west of tbe basis meridlau, Chickasaw cession, and which was conveyed by said Matthews to said Wright, by deed In fee, duly registered in the Register's office of Shelby county; said real estate will be sold to satisfy a decree, which the said MtMn re oovered against the said Wright and others iorSl2,lT71 -i2 and cst, and tbe purchaser will be required to give bond undoubted security, with interest upon the same from the date of s ite, and when such sale is confirmed by the ciurt no right of redemption or repurchase shsll exist in either the said Wright or the said Matthews, or In their credltora, but the puic haser's title shall be absolute and inde feasible. JOHN .. BROWN. Clerk. A. Wright and L. U. McKisslek Sols. se2T PEABODY CIGARS ! CO cc CD o .00 sfr CO o 3D CO L NEWBURGER & BRO. Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Havana and Domestic Cigars, Virginia Ghewing And Smoking Tobaccos and Pipes. All kinds of Smokers' Articles at 322 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENH. SIOOO nownrrt Kor any case of Blind, Bleeding or JtcMnf Hz.athat UalUNO'S Pil Rkmidy falls to cure. It has cnrl cases of llu years standing. Try It, and get rid of the most troubleaome disease flesh Is heir to. Hold by all druggists Hold everywhere. Bend fur pamphlet. Labratorulti Franklin street, w ttaltlninrs. Bfd. WHEAT WANTED. THE hiahest market price paid for wheat at Benles' Mill. !os.7;i. 75 and 77 Second street. Memphis. Choice Family and Ura IwUnJ'lonr. i.'ornmeal.tSharts, Chep Feed aud BrtSfalways on hand, tseff JOHN INW. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. I HAVE a few more lots lsid off on my home place that 1 would sell on good terms. These lots lay Just out side or the corporation and on the line in iui Apply tm isellll ln nf tha Heruando slsaot l J. M. fKUVllK. U. C. Howard, Tabernacle, Tenn. W. A- CoTHaAN, Brsdeu Htation. S. J. BkASHHAW, M - Tenn. J. 8. COTHKAW, Tabernable, Tenn. HOWARD, BRADSHAW & CO. Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 252 Front Street, Up-stairs, : : : Memphis, Tenn. sr Liberal casta advances made on all con signments, and Instructions obeyed to the letter. segdw NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. District Court of the United States, for tbe District of West Tennessee-In bankruptcy. In the 'matter of J. P. Foater, Bank rupt. District of West Tennessee as : THIS is to give notice that on tbe 2td day of September, 1870, a warrant of bank ruptcy was Issued out of the District Court of the C ulted States for the District of West Ten nessee against the estate of J. P. Fos ter, in the county of sthelby. In said District, who has; been adjudged a bankrupt on tals own petition: that tbe payment of any debts and the delivery of any prop erty belonging to such bankrupt, to lila or for Ills use, and the trans fer of any property by him are forbid den by law; and that s meeting of the creditors of said bankrupts, to prove their debts and to choose one or Jmore assignees of his estate, will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be held at So. a Second street. Memphis, Tennessee, before Thomas J. Latham, Esq., Register In Bankruptcy for said District, on the 7th day of October, A.D., 1870, at Hi o'clock a. at. sep25dj tu B. EATON, D. S. Marshal. AUCTION. UNDERWRITER'S SALE AT AUTIOIV. CARGO OF STEAMER EDINBURG, A. E. FRANKLAND. I will sell on levee, foot of Monroe street, Monday morning. 111 o'clock, September 3B, 130 1 1 1N. Flour, 10 bbla. Apples, tU bbls. Starch, JU casks !', u. 250 Mils Potatoes, Hiu lib!. Onions, 20 casks Mains, 2UU pieces I'. w-init. 1U0 bbls i Candiee, Mugar Coffee, Cta. By onlnr of CAPTAIN I'AKTEK. A. K. FUANKI.AND, Auctioneer. aepZM? For Account of Parties Leaving the City, -WE WILL SELI- Mendiy. Sptf mber 26, at l(i;0'cfock, On cornt-rof Filth and Mill str--u, (. lu-lsea, CHAMBER, PARLOR AND KITCHEN FURNITURE, Together with Carpels and other things. A. M. STODDARD CO.. Auctioneers. FOUR PIANOS FOR SALE, At Grand Central Auction House, 37 Union street, ea A. M. STODDARD CO. BY EZEKIEL & CO., Auctioneer Comer Second and Adams Street REGULAR TRADE HALES OF, DRY 600DS, CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES, HATS, ETC. Every Tuesday & Thursday Morn'g. Wash advances made on consignments Returns made immediately after sale. A. S. R06ERS0N, Auctioneer. Administrator's Sale of the GEORGE L HOLMES TRACT, Near Poplar St. Boulevard, FIVE MILES FROM THE CITY. W'E are directed by Messrs. George C. and Wm. R. Holmes, Administrators of Geo. L. Holmes, deceased, to sell, to the highest bidder, at public sale, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1870, On the premises, commencing at lOo'clock Fifteen Suburban Residence Lots, Varying In size from ten to thirty arrs ftrnl latil off to aa to afford a desirable baiMls it upon each lot, with YalnabV yroonel h cultivation. Within half hour' , . rmm the city, on the Poplar street I". offer tlieae valuable landH to th : Ue public, as some ot the mosldeetn tiasud the city. Plans may le had atom odioeop application. Terms of Hale Third canbt 1 and 2 years, with interest- Conveyances WiU leave our office at 9 o'clock on t he day of Hale for the aocoimiifxialion of all who wish to attend. Hale positive. ROYSTERs TREZEVAWT it CO , AMUSEMENTS VARIETIES THEATER, Corn .- Main and Washington Hta. J M. HCHUOLE8 CHARLEY WHITE. Pao par stop ST.IOB MAKAOUC '1'HK BEMT TALENT IN THE PBOFEH 1 aloa Is engaged at this favor lie resori. The nightly entertainment Is varied, and comprises Hongs, Dam (. Farces. Extra Kansas. t'. mW Admittance, 36 r. aJt FASHIONABLE DANCIN 8. BENNETT INSTITUTE, Clay Building, Main Street. TH1R establishment, lor grace, elacance and moral deportment, will opn for lht season on HATURDA Y, September l-t a oats or tuitior: Masters aavd Misses' Class, Mondays, Wednes days and Kalnrdays, from i1, to S p.m. A class for Y mng Ladles (exelnalvely ) on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 1 to 5 p.m. UeaU' clanas every night, from 7 to V o clock. TIC RMS CHILDaSJe'S CLASS ! Ter quarter, 24 lessons $l 00 Young ladles, 34 lessona.. IS mi Gents, full coarse, 21 lessons. J Half course, V2 lessons lu M Tuition paid In advance. sr All the moat fashionable and potu dauret taught 1-a (ialope. La Oeax I eui , l.'i V'lanse Walts, Les Lancier. 0tsai i Uutchssa, Frlnee Imperial, and thechar.tc i Ulic fancy J a noes of all mt i.'mi GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. sel'i tieal Fii Auents. SEPTENNIAL INSTITUTE. xxi. htjsssxjXi's SEPTENNIAL MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 42 North Court St., Memphis, JUi Instltullon. Incorporatwl by the X Btate of Tennessee, is a legalised Asso ciation of Hcleullflc Fbysiclans and Hurgeons devoted to the treatment of patieuts, aud in structions iu the theory and practice ol the CHEMICAL SYSTEM OF MEDICINE. It Is divided Into the following departments: Kkmai.k i'Ki-AKTMKNr. 1 1) this department every complaint known to woman is treated With unvarying Hnccew. Lamek lEFAKTMKT.-(anceniand tumors are here currd in ninety-eight cases out ol every hundred. Dipabthcnt roR HlART Oiscahks. In this department this formidable disease is treated With ibe moMt gratifying resulta. DKPARTttK-vr roa Hki.n jDisca-sea. Every orm of skiu diseases permanently cured here. C'ONSrifPTIO! A5Dl'ATARKn UXPARTMRKT. The professors in this department have made many important discoveries in the treatment of lung, f liroat and nose diseases, Kyx amd Ear Ukpartm rkt. The eye and ear most tenderly and triumphantly treated. ConruENTiAL. Dsi'ARTXf rut. levoted to the exclusive treatment of a class of mala die, nameless here, by an sble professorship. Hukqicai. Department. We dally perform the roost important operations known to surgery. AU affairs of a private character held sa credly confidential. sr Office hours from 8 o'clock In the morn ing till o'clock in tbe evening. Open every Buuday forenoon, from 9 a.m. to 12 m. J. it. i: . mp, Consulting Physician. J. C Watson, Secretary. L. U. Warran. Treasnrer. d y7 RAILROADS. 0 o I v o , S "HO Si 2 t: s ? t 5 8? O T I I ' i 25 O Iff ml o g l! h 8 5 i 3 si 3 m o ?j z J I s& 1 S o I So e ft w " s CO THE CHAMPION IS A DAFT Be BSPRCI ALLT TO THK WANTS Or FAHMKRti AND LABORING MKN All who have tried it speak of it in the high est terms; Its durability has been well teslrd : It is made on anew principle, aud oullants two pair ot ordinary shoes. We warrant every pair we sell. To our customers who sack economy and style in boots, we recommend the - EUREKA for such an wear Shoes, we have tlnw made by Burt, M'Mullin, l an Held Jon and Kruerson, for Gentlemen; and by Pinurve Oliver. Miles, and Karnsworth. for Ladfjsa Also, a most complete assortment fo.- M u... and Children. Tasty Uoods-Iw Prices Wholesale aud ReUul. J OH. RL LF.VKTT I'll., seal No. at Main streeB. eorner of I n ion. Southern Emporium of Fashion TVXi-. TVI. c untor, DEAI.KK IN Millinery and Fancy Goods, No. 247 Mali Street. Meaphis. I Arisen styles and most complete stock oi J hats, bonnets and Ribbons; also, a great variety ol fancy goods and novelties. Ready made suits for ladies and children. A dress and cloak Department which cannot be sur passed. A rail line or hair chignons aud switches. Prices aa cheap. If not cheaper. is. than any other honse. sepl: MEMPHIS AND LITTLE ROCK R. R. PA8SF.NUERS going West, by taking this road at 5 a.m. reach Little Hock at S M p. iu, same day, connecting with boats for FORT SMITH, And stages lor Hot Springs, Washington, Camden, And all polnti in Houthwest Arkansas and Eastern Texas. Only reliable route to LITTLE ROCK. Avoid laying over at DeVall'i Blufl twenty bears, which passengers do who take boats. Tickets for Sale at the COMPANY'S OFFICE, 37 South Court street, And at the Mem;iiils and Charleston Rail road Ticket Offlce, Main street, and at the Memiibts and Louisville Railroad Ticket Oilice, ZTW Main street, Memphis, and at Hopefleld depot, Arkansas. II EbMBOwT B. D. WiLLIAMS, Ass t Dnpt, I?!4.) Hen'l Hupt. LOUISVILLE ROUTE NORTH AND EAST 1 FALL SCHEDULE. TAKES EFFECT SEPT. 12, 1870. IV iVB TfMB. Memphis 4.00a.m. LH p.m. H. M : ARKI VK AT 8t. ixiuls 10JO p.m. 7J am. 17 JO Nashville - 5JUp.ro. 4.15 a.m. 15.00 Louisville lii.l.i p.m. 8.40 am. 17.10 Cincinnati &.UU am. liui) noon 2i.. Indianapolis 3.40 am. 11 JO am. 31.50 Cleveland - 3J0 p.m. 10J5 p.m. SLSb Buffalo 10.40 p.m. 4.10 a.m. 38.40 Niagara rails 7.00 a.m. 7.00 am. 4L30 lUmbar.. 7.05 p-m. 11J0 p.m. 34. Baltimore 9.00 am. 1110 p.m. 40.40 Washington City . ... 1.00 p.m. 3.40 p.m. 50.10 Philadelphia. 9.30 am. 12.20 p.m. 48.50 New York 12-00 noon 3.00 p.m. 48J0 The train leavlug Memphis at 1 : 15 p.m. tubs daiiy. The 4:00 a.m. train does not run on Bandar. Both trains run through to Louis ville without change. Elegant sleeping can run through on thel :15 p.m. train from Mem phis to Lonisvlile, connecting at Loulsivlle with through cars to Philadelphia, Cleveland, Buffalo and New York, without change. Only one change from Louisville to Baltimore. Washington City and Boston. Berths and staterooms, in through cars, can be engaged at the Ticket Offlce, S74 Main street. J. F. BOYD, Superintendent. Jure Spexd. Ticket Agent. au27 Hill, Terry & Mitchell, 329IMain Street, Memphis, RK now ready for the FALL TRADE with L the largest and beat selected stock of Boots, Shoes and Hats, A t Wltoleaalo, Thev have ever offered to the merchants ot this country. Please call and examine goods and prices. se4 Live Stock Emporium! THE public will bear in mind we are daily receiving fresh supplies of stock Irom all quarters. We say to one and all, come to the ARCADE EMPORIUM. You can have satis faction, as aU our time is devoted to the trade, either at private or public aal. We (-ontlnueourAaclionSalesDally.atHo clock. Remember, Stock Is Kmu. Cotton, QUBBKf You must nave stock before yoo can have ootton. Large arrangements for stock deal ers feed cheap, and works hard to enact sales, commissions light; 31 years In the city, we can safely reter to alL Nos. 303 and 305 Second Street. M. C. CAYCE & CO. JAMES T. BOURNE, STEAM-BOAT AGENT, MAGNOLIA BLOCK, 334 Front St Cor. Union, First Floor, Up-9tairs. uW Strict attention to steamboat bnsiner s, day and night. se2l TO THE LADIES. AVINU taken ih spacious and elvgant II No. 255 MAIN ST., UP STAIRS. I take great pleasure In announcing to my friends and patrons, and to ladles generally, tnat I shall there continue to exhibit the Latest Fashionable Novelties In French and American MILLINERY GOODS Ladies' Notions, Fuey 6on8. Etc. I have secured competent and experienced assistants In my LREas-MAKINU DEPART MLNT. andean safely guarantee satisfaction to all who may tavor ma Soliciting your pa trouagM, I am, very respectfully, youra. Memphis. Teon . Sept I. IS7U. -ls R. M. KINO, formerly of Okolona, Mlsalsslp) 1 McCALLUM & KING, REAL ESTATE BROKERS And Rental Agents, OFFICE, HOTEL D EUROPE, Corner Jederson and Third Streets, MEMPHIS, t L I I l : TENNESSEE. COR SALE. A lane and attractive list of r Real Estate, embracing Cotton Planta tions, small Farms, large bodies of finely Timbered Southern Lands In Arkansas, Mis sissippi and Tennessee. Alaaaity snd subur ban property, improved and unimproved, very low; and upon accommodating terms. ?g PLANTER'S BANK The Creditors of the Planters' Bank ARE hereby notified that, by a decree the Chancery Court at Nashville-lnt h cause of W.W. Bbbbt ASamsT Thb Plast bbs' Bask aito ormBas. made with a view to a financial distribution of the assets, the helders of the notes of the Planters Hank, or any other claim or """tSLTiiVt" ever nature, aaalnst said Bank, must eth same in the oSee of the Clerk and Master of aid Chancery Coart, by or before the First Monday in October, 1870, And that notice of this order be published In least one of the daily papers of Nashville, wnozvlile and Memphis, and in the weekly rTani of Franklin, Pulaski. Mnrfreesboro, Athens and Clarksvilla, oontianoasly np to tha first Monday In October, Ml the nrsi sou MOKTON B. HOWELL, ,w Clark and Master,