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I 1 THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL. K ABLISHED 184C MEMPHIS TKN"ST., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. VOL. 31. 175 GREELEY AND THE TRIBUNE The South -lit Siat aid its LifTerlagt In a speech in New Orleans, the other day, Mr. Greeley, of the New York Iribune, proclaimed that the true policy ot the country was univer- saJ !uflrage and universal amnesty. A few days ago an editorial appeared in the Inhume most vigorously assail¬ ing the character of the adventurers and charlatans that had become the rulirg power in the Southern States. Neither the editor or correspondents ol that paper, in their journeyings tlirouch itie S iuth, have encountered the lauiou; Ku Klut Klan, and all have reached the conclusion of Gen¬ eral Sauruan, that if the military was withdrawn there are enough good and ti ue men in the South to check all outrages, from whatever source they may come, and to maintain law and order in the administration of the Stale governments. The following remarkable comments by the Iribun , upon the condition 01 political affairs in ili" houth, is a scathing commen¬ tary upon the Ku Klux legislation of Congress. The Iribune says: "Our correspondents bave new been so long in theaisturbed districts of the South (hat we can form from their let¬ ters a distinct idea ef the state of socie¬ ty in that unfortunate part of the Union. It is a melancholy picture that they draw for us. The most in¬ telligent and influential, the educated, the really useful men of the South, de¬ prived of ail political power, have come to look upon themselves as the outraged subjects of a despotic con¬ queror. Taxed and swindled by a horde of rascally foreign adventurers, and by the ignorant class, wmch only yesterday hoed the fields and served in the kitchtn, they care nothing for poli¬ tic- txoept to throw ofl the oppressive yoke: they have no interest in na- refusc oj Xorthern cities, who went southward after the uw, out at elbows, and destitute of character ana rducation, now roll in splendid carrisces, drink rare wines, glitter wi t n diamonds as big as Fisk's. and steal taxes as lat as a New York street commission. It is no wonder that the impoverished planter, grow¬ ing; poor everv day; the ex -Confederate PARIS. Terrors Mors Terrible than the Reign of Terror-The Count de Chambord. Assassinations-Slaughter of Men and Women. Paris a Veritable Kelt-The Strug gle for the Crown. Host Frightfj Butcheries and Bar¬ barities proies.-iona live- to bol sentiment on t-uch thi Th-y mi 5ue and lead the public eir communities, look with rancorous heart-. ubmit to be ruled by r- w no had beaten them in hat- ut here they are plundered by and camp followers. lis is a miserable state of things, I, for a republican government esque upon -uflraze, when the have often warned our party in Con¬ gress of the inevitable result of the vindictive method of reconstruction. We have told them, and we tell them again, that there is only one way to restore the Union universal amnesty and impartial suffrage." HENRY S. FOOTE He Pap Thunder Into the Nashvllie Baa aer, Mi tbe Banner into Foote A Great Teapett Brewlag Nashville ing proceedini th- Twenty-fit county, which district oub-idi pear in the Nashville morrow : May 31.-The follow- i of the Democrats of t Civil District oi this is the second largest of this city, will ap- lianner of to- teenth the Cot forms n people ( yed by the white man, it the validity of the Four¬ teenth amendments to ition ot the United States Mtantial issue belore the onessee; therefore, in our the Ku-Klux bill, lion solely to the succession of the violence, base 1 on contemplated de- jver: nient, which etter or- ic party; be prevented b o of the Derm iheicf Res- iced, By the lemocratic-Con- ve party of this District, That ret meeting of this Club shall al- thp ty of violating nessee. With- so called by eithe i we bind ourselves and cry anv such tie confines 'of the every other county of the state to or- gan:z" similar clubs under this reso¬ lution. Toe list of the signers embraces ex-X( Governor Henry 8. Foote, late mem- ber ot the Confederate Congress, Hon. , John L. I hoinpon, of the late State Constitutional Convention, Rev. A. L. P. Green uud numb rs of others, among whom were the most influ¬ ential and best citizens of the State, many ot whom were practical rebels during the war. The resolutions will be signed, as they are now indorsed by every Democratic voter in the Twenty-first District, and will undoubtedly be adopted in every county in the State. HOME SUMMARY. Oreo (iBccraCV be taken, 1 than Mr. V olutions. ' of for Govi Thomas 1. aid the New Drpirturf. 'ay IL The number of lis city to attend the nvenlion to morrow is be principal talk is platform. It seems i new departure will t will be less extensive adighain's Dayton res- only candidates talked r to night are General f and Colonel MeCook, With the chances in tavor of Ewing. Dirty Plag UIIm. New York, May SL A Scranton special says a prize fight between Don¬ ovan and Conway took place twelve miles north of this city yesterday morning. Fifteen rounds were fought in tw,enty minutes. Foul claimed by Conway, which was not allowed, and he ran out of the ring. Both men claim the money. It is thought that Donovan would have won the fight bad Conway remained in the ring. The Prlse af SeaaatlaaaliaU. BosToV May 31. Dr. Kirk, Presi¬ dent ol the American MUston Asso¬ ciation, yerterday, in Boston, made an address. He claims that the President and Congress had failed in the duty of d otectiiig citizees of the South. If necessary , five hundred thousand men should be used for that purpose. If tk Democratic party does not favor Ku Klux, it should sy so; if it does "or theiii, we should know where it UVOruicu., " Th war stood, ana tat botu'v " . . A. I I I - AAHll 111 J 111 It Dtie South in detail, and the ult. m- ourIKe ol the rebels had ripened fast. Victor 'Tiugo has left Belgium for London, May 81 Paris advices of to-day say the executions continue. Persons denounced, as soon as they are discovered in their hiding places, are arrested and shot. Numerous ar¬ rests of women and children continue to be made. There have been renewed attempts at assassination and arson. Many of those executed yesterday and to day seemed to be perfectly crazy. A horrible effluvia from tha bodies of the dead fills certain quarters of the city. There are abundant signs of a speedy coup d'etat in the Assembly to depose Thiers and invite Count de Chambord to the throne of France. Paris, May 31. A most revolting sight occurred this morning on the place in front of the Hotel de Ville. Thirty-three Communists, among whom were seven women, were shot in a body by a company of soldiers who were formed around three sides of the square. Gne thousand five hun¬ dred troops were drawn up under the command of Colonel Guizot. At 8 o'clock the prisoners, who had been confined in coal cellars at the back of the porter's lodge of the Hotel de Ville, were brought out, their hands tied behind their backs, and then marched out by the main gate¬ way, through a double file of soldiers, and having reached the center of a wide area in front of the Hotel de Ville, were ranged in a row and made to kneel down cIosp together. There was nothing in the whole place but three empty scavenger carts, which stood in line in rear of the prisoners. When the company was formed in line and ready to fire, Colonel Guizot stepped forward and told the prison¬ ers in a lew words that they were to suffer death for having been caught in the act of setting tire to Lhfl buildings and dwellings of Paris. At this moment the women uttered piercing scream?, and began to sway themselves back and forth. An officer stepped forward and made them keep still with the fiat of his sword. In a few moments a volley was fired, and when the smoke cleared away a most horrible sight was presented. Three of the women, who were in the mid¬ dle row, between the men, were still living and writhing in awful agony. A second vol ley was fired, and a third, and not until the sixth did all the prisoners cease to live. The dead bodies were then flung into the scav¬ enger carts, and carried away to be buried. Versailles, May 31. The Bishop of Orleans, M. Duponloup, will be successor to M. Darby, the Archbishop of Paris. Marshal McMahon, in a proclama¬ tion just issued, divides Paris into four commands, viz: Eist, North, Center and South. Gen. Vinoy is appointed to the command of the Eist, Gen. 1'Admirault of the Center and Gen. Cissey of the South. Civil power is transferred to the military, and no in¬ gress to or egress from the city is per¬ mitted. It Is reported that Pyatt has escaped from Paris. A million and a half of francs were found upon the person of M. Mathien, au officer of the Commune, who was captured liy the Versaillists. The corpse of a member of the Com¬ mune in Varline was searched, and upon it was found monev to the amount of 400,000 francs. The adherents ot Duke d'Aumale and the Bonapartists, are both active in their schemes for the sestoration of Bourbon and Napoleonic dynasties. AU foreigners in Paris are required to report their names and addresses to headquarters of the army. There are still a great number ol unburied corpses in Belleville. It is said that many of the Paris in¬ surgents were Englishmen. The re¬ port occasions much bitterness toward England on the part of the French people. Some apprehensions are felt that the walls of the Tuileries and the Hotel do Ville will fall. It is said that General Cluseret has been executed. The court martial has ordered the use of the mitrailleurs in case of a wholesale execution. Several war ships at Cherbourg have been transformed into hulks for the imprisonmeut of captured insurgents. Ernst Picard has resigned as Min¬ ister of the Interior, and is succeeded by Victor La France. lje Monde announces that Prince de Joinville and Duke d'Aumale have proclaimed their adherence to the manifesto of Count de Chambord, and the fusion of the Legitimists and Orleanists is complete. A Daily New special says Koche- I' rt lis c rtainy t.eeii conaemuea. General Leflo goes to St. Petersburg as Ambassador from France. He is succeeded as Minister of War by Gen. Cissey. 1'icard has been appointed Uov- nor of the Bank of France. Francois Hugo writes to the Inde¬ pendence Beige, giving details of the attacK upon his lather's house in Brus¬ sels, and asserting that the mob cried ' Deatth to Hugo! " The Beige dis¬ approves the expulsion of Hugo from Beuium. ersailleh, May 31. At the sit¬ ting of the Assembly to-day .Changar- nier spoke about Metz and in defense of Bazaine. Thiers replied, calling Bazaine an illustrious warrior. Duke Andipect Pasquers proposed the admittance of the Orleans Princes into the Assembly. Picard replied he would be happy to consider the subject. Clinchamp's corps of .'10,000 men have returned in triumph to Ver¬ sailles with OoOO prisonersk who were discovered to be the Insurgents who murdered the nine Dominican priests on last Friday. Versailles, May 31, evening. The publication and circulation of newspapers in the department of the Seine are made subject to a special authorization by Marshal McMahon. M. Picard and General Leflow soon retire from the ministry. It is not known who will succeed them. Paris will remain for some time yet under military control, but communication with the city is now unrestricted, and entrance and exit free to all. It is said the prisoners now in the hands of U, (Government exceed 40,000. Paris, May 2a, evening. All is quiet. The victorious troops occupy the barracks. Already there is a strong feeling that the Paris Government is too weak U last. Awful masxacres continue at the barricades in Rue Rocheant. In one ditch the wounded people found were buried alive. They groaned and shrieked dreadfully all night. An epidemic is feared from the number of desd bodies. Vinal was shot; so was Friedheld. The body of the latter was churned by his widow. Forty thousand franca were found in his cellar, the spoils of the Republic. Mothean, a member of the Com¬ mune, has been arrested and I6o,ooo francs founa upon mm. The Versaillists have placed back the statue of Henry Quartre, which had been thrown into the Seine. Opoloiveaki has been taken out and shot. Milliere was arrested at Luxem¬ bourg. He resisted violently, and fired six shots from his revolver. He was taken to Paris, and a platoon of soldiers shot him. During the attack of the Versaillists upon the barricades In the Place des Fetterman, the Versaililsts lost their way, and got mixed up with the in¬ surgents, by whom they were taken prisoners, and fifty of them were shot. Paris, Wednesday evening. A new journal, the Tri Color, advocates the restoration of the Orleans Princes, on the ground that they will be a stand¬ ing menace to Germany. Kremelin, Who was among the in¬ surgent leaders captured at Vincennes, has been shot. Oscyn, a member of tbe Commune, was delivered to the Versaililsts by the Prussians and soon afterward ex¬ ecuted. The National Guard throughout France is to be disbanded. Of the 40,000 prisoners at Versailles, many are to be sent to the seaports for trial. It is considered certain that Gen. Cissey will succeed Gen. Leflor as Minister ol War. WASHINGTON. TREASURY OPERATIONS. Washington, May 31. Several cases of claims on the Government for tax on scrip dividend in the New York Central railroad are still pendiug in the Internal Revenue Bureau, and the decision of yesterday will be con¬ sidered as precedent in the settlement of them all. The public debt statement will show a decrease during the present month of about $3,000,000. The pensions now paid quarterly, instead of semi annually, and during the month of May, have been about $0 , 100,000. TELEGRAMS. Colfax continues to improve. During a heavy storm at Cincinnat last night J. F. Forbes, a well-known citizen, was killed by lightning. Mrs. Margaret Lucas, of England, and sister of John Bright, spoke at the Woman s hutlrago Convention at Boston yesterday. The Italiau government has in¬ structed its prelects throughout the country to capture all Parisians who may enter Italy. Martin Benda shot Catharine Nick- alow at Chicago yesterday, then shot himself, which caused double murder. Both were Bohemians. A society has been organized in Havre, whose object it is to prevent the resumption of intercourse between Frenchmen and Germans. Gen. Kilpatrick in a speech, yester¬ day, strongly denounced Hon. Jefler- son Davis for his recent speeches in Georgia, and was loudly applauded. Charles It. Frebesh, a Polauder, shot at his divorced wife afd her daughter in Chicago yesterday, but missed them. He then shot himself in the head. The Rhode Island Legislature or¬ ganized yesterday and elected officers. Paran W. Stevens, Republican, of Newport, was elected Lieutenant Governor. A terrific storm occurred last night in the region of Poughkeepsie, Kings¬ ton and Rondout, New York, doing immense damage by lightning, wind, rain, flood and hail. A convention for reduced ocean postage will shortly be submitted to Sweden and Norway, with a provi¬ sion that Denmark may enter into the arrangement. President Grant requested the Aus¬ trian Government to allow Baron Von Ledrer, its minister to the United States, to preside over the arbitration of the Cuban claims, and imperial permission has been telegraphed to Washington. The Director of the Swedish Foreign Office has gone from Constantinople to St. Petersburg, taking with him the insignia of the Imperial Order of Osmanli for Emperor Alexander, and a corresponding distinction for the Russian Minister. The coroner's jury in the case of the West Pittston disaster rendered a ver¬ dict that the miners met their death from the improper ventilation of the mine. When the breaker took fire, there was no means of supplying the men with fresh air. The Belgian Chamber ol Repre¬ sentatives rejected a resolution of re¬ gret for the expulsion of Victor Hugo. The ministers in their speeches before the House severally condemned the complicity ol intellectual malefactors with the crimes of the Commune. The marriage of Arthur O. Magen- nis, merchant of New Orleans, and Mary A., daughter of Wm. M. Tweed, took place yesterday evening. It was largely attended by the friends of both parties. The presents amounted to seven hundred thousand dollars. The Internal Revenue Bureau has under consideration the case of the Cleveland, Toledo and Michigan Southern railroad, involving the pay¬ ment of a tax to the amount of ff16,- 000. This and other similar cases are to be considered severally on their own merits, irrespective of questions previously decided. The Secretary of the Treasury has finally notified Jay Cooke a Co. that tbe proposition made on behalf of the combination of banks and bankers, and themselves to take the balance of the two million loan, is declined, for the reason that the Secretary doubts his power to accept some of the con¬ ditions proposed. The Pope Uses Ugly Wards. Vienna, May 30. The Pope has issued an encyclical letter, in which he declares that the Italian guarantees are a tissue of lies and hypocrisy, and formally paotests against them. . .-j RIVER NEWS. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. Vicksburg Jilia 5 p.in BL I.ouIb City or Chester 6 p.m Friar's Point .... U. W. ( nun J p m Aw Orleans Vibwimia lOp in AKBIVALS. Jsiuei, Howsrd. Phil Aliln Henry A Pat Cleburne Oaort;e W. Cue-k Gleucoe Ja. Howard. PtaU Allln Henry Amea. Glencoa .. St. Louis .Frlmr'a Polut New Orleans Arkansas river Prlar's Polut bvansvllle DEPARTURES. New Orleans Friar's Point ..St. I.OUU .New Orleans Pat Cleburne, IN PORT. G. W. Cbet a. RIVERS, WEATHER AND BUSINESS. Weather warm and aultry. Tbe river here la receding steadily. At Cairo it fell 'i inchea yeateraay at St. Lou is it waa atatiouary, with a rise oomitiK from the Miaaourl. The Ohio ia declining its entire length. Whit river ia stationary, with a food stage from Jackaonport oat. Ar¬ ansas river declined G inehee yesterday up to 6 o'clock. There was very little an¬ imation on tbe wharf yesterday, with but few ahipments. Cotton for the eastern and southern routes is galling scarce. BT TBLBORAPH. Vicksburo, Hay 31. Down: Lock- wood, 9 a.m.; Olive Branch, noon; J. A. Wood, 4 p.m. Up: Nick Loiigworth, 3 p.m. River falling slowly. Weather warm and clear. Cincinnati, May 81. The river rose t feet last night and this forenoon, but is now falling, with 15 feet in tbe channel. The rise was from the Ltttle Miami. Weather clear and warm. St. Loots, May 3L Arrived: Belle St. Louis, Vicksburg; Ida and Mohawk. New Orleans. Departed : Panline Carroll and Bee and barges, New Orleans; Petrel, Memphis; John Kyle, New Orleans. River rising. Weather cloudy and very warm. Pittsbdro. Mav 31 Weather clear. The Monongahela has 30 Inches In the onannei and la atatiouary. Cairo. Mav Si. fi-M n m Port list City of Chester, St. Lonis lo Memphis, 10 Miuuurg, Cincinnati to Bed river, 10 p.m.; Belle MamDbJa. Mumnhii tn Ml Louis, 2 am: Belfast. Nw Oria t. i . 1 .1 ii . wr ' . - T. luuuiuaw, B.U1.; a.anawna No. 2, Pom- ry to Memphis, 2 am.; Bismarck, New Orleans to St. Louis. 4 a.m.: Robt. Mitchell, New Orleans to Cincinnati, 6 a. re. ; Grand Lake No. , New urieana to Louisville, 6am; Leonidaa, New Orleans to Cincinnati, 8 a.m.; Julia, St. Lonis to Vicksburg. 4 p a River fell 2 inches. Weather clear. Mercury 92. Nashville, May 31. The river is fall¬ ing, with 3 feet scant on Harpeth Shoals. Weattier warm and cloudy. New Orleans, May 81. Arrived: H. C. Yeager, Si. Louis; Cowan and barges, PittHbnrg. Departed: H. S. Turner, Louisville. Louisville, May 81. The river has risen 7 inches in the past 24 hours, with 3 feet in the chute and 5 feet in the canal. Weit her very warm and alternately clear and cloady to-day, but clear to-night. Some proapect of improvement in busi¬ ness. Arrived: Indiana, Hew Jrieaus. The Susie Silver was delayed; she leaves for New Orleans to-morrow. MISCELLANEOUS. Yesterdsy was another warm day. Tbe Seminole, with a full cargo "of rail¬ road iron lor White river, passed Vicks¬ burg Tuesday morning. A while woman attempted to commit suicide last evening by jumping into the river at i he tool ol conn street. She was rescued by J smes Harris, colored. The Howard, for New Orleans, addod here 700 sacks oil cake. The Oil City, Cnptain Randall, leaves to-morrow evening tor Shawnee Village and the bends. Tbe J. L Hyatt came in at noon with a tow of coal for Messrs. Louden Son. The Henry Ames, for St. Louis, dis¬ charged here 25 cases wine, barrels vegetables, 50 sacks couee, 19 hogsheads sugar, and 15 barrels molasses, and has or Hi. Louis , tons of freight, includ¬ ing a large lot of railroad iron. 1 ho Julia, aetaiu l uwnseiid. leaves to¬ day at 5 p.m. for Vicksburg and the bends. Jimmy Thompson is her purser. the Allin,ior the bands, had a light trip. The City of ('hosier. Captain Zsigler. is the regular Thursday St. Louis packet, leaving at 5 p.m. Ihe Sam J. ilale, Captain Miller, will arrive this morning from Cincinnati, and leave Friday with a return trip. Mr. Miller is ber polite purser. The Glencoe passed down for New Or¬ leans yesterday morning at daylight, heavily laden. uanrauliuo hai been established at New- Orleans for steamera touching at places whore pestilent, contagious or infectious diseases exist. The Petrel is due from St. Louis wi h a ow of ice. Two colored laborers on the Pat Cle¬ burne got into a dispute about a debt, last evening on the wharf, which resulted In one of the ueuros being severely stabbed wi;h a largM anno. there is a big ris6 in the Upper Mis¬ souri river. The Charlea Bodniann is being repaired. and will 1 placed in the SI. Louis and New urMaaa tra le. The Thos H. Allen is the regular Satur¬ day White river mail packet. i he lower unio is getting down to its summer slago. Tne Pauline Carroll, Captain Pat l ore. will leave this evening at 6 o'clock for New Orleans and the bends. She wants all the freight she can get. The Pat Cleburne, Capt. Reese Pritch- ard, is the rogular Friday Arkansas river mail packet, going through to Little Rock in forty hours. Mr. Walker, a clever gen¬ tleman, does the honors of the office. Capt. Sam Holt heimer, of the steamer Ella Ilrcht, was killed at Pocahontas, Ar¬ kansas, on the 12th inst., by a man named Pregheimer. The George W. Cheek, Captain Mark ObMk, Is the regular Thursday Friar's Point and bends packet, leaving at 5 p.m. Frauk Gonterman does the honors of the office. A private telegram from B. Hughes, of tne tiecora, says ne mated rrom Hot Springs to Little Rock, at the time of the flood, on his board bill, .y Later. He was received last evening at Hopefield by the "mackerels" in great pomp, and lec¬ tures to-n'ght on the bluffs tor thebenen' of destitute river men. His subject will be the "Merits of the baths at Hot Springs " B 1h now happy. The Virginia, Captain Charley Schullz. leaves to-night at 10 o'clock for New Or¬ leans and the bends. Wm. Miller is her secretary. The Edlnburg, Captain Fenton, leaves today at 6 p.m. for Red river and way points through to Shreveport. Captain Lawrence carter does the honors of the office. The Mary Houston and Great Republic are due to-rnorrow from New Orleans. Tbe City of Alton will pass up this evening tor St. Louis. Tbe John Groesbeck and Susie Silver will pass down to-morrow from Louis¬ ville, bound for New Orleans. The Commonweslth and Nick Long- worth are due to-day from New Orleans. The P. W. Strader will be down on Sat¬ urday tot New Orleans. MAP.KF.TS. kv iineiiri.i NEW YOKK. Naw York, May L Dry Goods-The mar¬ ket ii cenera'ly quiet, bui steady and firm In view of the exire oe prices at present for raw materials; holders o; cotton goo in are look¬ ing for au advance aa ; '!! as the fall trade opens, the meanwhile a limited inquiry pre¬ vails for local trade at tbe uniform rates. Aaaram K brown sheetings raised frem lo Hf; ttlar K A and AmerlcaD A cotton bags whi.ii have been selling down as low as ittSc and ;poac respectively, are now advanced lo ;iic and :Wc; id other descriptions of textiles there Is no change. WALL STREET. New Yoke. May ill. Gold dull, llltjlll Loans woi e made at J per cent for carr lug and . 1-tll per ceut lor use; clearances 1 17.UUU,- 000. O jveraments were steady during the morning, but after the second call ihey ad¬ vanced '. i , per ceut; closing strong at an advance, at purchases the amount offered was S 1,054.0110, at 111 io to 11L71 : awards were J2,0ou,0O0, at 111.05 to 111.50. Stocks active and lrreular; Kock Islau l, Lake Shore and Pa¬ cific Mall were strong, while Onios, Western Cuiou and New k Central have been weak; the depression in the latter was caused by a 'elegram from Washington to Ihv effect tbat Pleasanton bad ordered the immediate collection of 5 per ceut on the f 204,000 scrip dividend, and in default to stop Ihe road; the dili'-rent cliques have been buying all day ; there U quite a large amount of short inuresl iu the market, and Indications are that tae bnlls will bid up the ma.kel before the end of the week. Pittsburg has been one of tbe features, opening at U0 and selling up t ' l-i. Ths market closed dull but firm. Three failuies are reported in the cotton market to¬ day. Money is pl nty at 3 per cent. Southern Slate securities are weak in Tennesaees and Virginias, but steady In the balance of the list. Old Tennesaees, 71, and new do, 71. sterling, lid;. Government bonds of las I, 111; do. t.-s ui; do. 64s, 111; do65s, 111; do new, US",; do 07s, H3";; do 68s, 114; uo K-40R, 10'; currency 8s, 115. COTTON. Nxw York, May SL Cotton demand ac¬ tive with an advance ; middling uplands 17; Flour dull and a shade lower; 16 05:48 15 for ahlpplDK grades of extra. Grain Wheat dnll and a shade lower, red and amber fl 67:4 1 6v. Coi n quiet and steady, mixed western, 71o75c. Whisky quiet at ".,-.-:'... (Jofleedall and drooping. M Masses Cuba and muscovado, i&j46c ; Porto Klco, 40&SOc. Rice, 83c. METALS. New You, May 81. Copper Ingot Lr ke Superior, 22A88c Pic Iron Scotch. 800 85; American, nriu,32436c. Bar Iron nominal. 874SS75: sheet do, Russia. Ill 500 12. sold. Nulls -cut. 84 75: clinch, 86 S&AO 75; horse sLoe, 19(4.ilc. LOUISVILLE. Louisville, May 31 Cotton firmer and ad¬ vanced; middling, lt01Sc Flour in fair demand end prices well maintained, extra family selling at 86 2507, Grain quiet and firm ; sales of 1000 bushels of red wlnte wheat alfl50al60. Corn, oats and rye nuchangd. Provisions dnll at yesterday's quotations; 8Vc offered for clear rib; bacon sides gener¬ ally held at 8c, packed ; sales were made to- dav of lOOcasks at 8iC WhUkyln more In¬ quiry a' d firm at 88c. Leaf tobacco sales of 24"i hhds, at 496c for common to good lugs: 64015c lor low lo medium leaf; 160M tor medium to rood cnttlng; 2804O.Sc for me¬ dium to bright wrappers. NEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, May 31. Flour dnll and drooping; superfine 6 V2; XX (6 68: XXX 87. Corn firmer; mixed 7578c; while 77a 78c Cats easier at 640S5C. Bacon dull at 7g s'.t . Haras, susar-enred, )8c0l4Sc Lard dull; tierces, nmllc; keg, 120120. Sugar firm; fair 10010V; prime. HVjc. Molasses nru; fermenlii g quiet at 85040c; plantation reboiled, 48050c. Whisky quiet at 85008a. I offee steady, 14ft16V- Sterflrg, 12JJ4; sight. premium. Gold, ll2- Cotton active and advanced; good ordinary, 14fa'4'l6c; low middliDg, n0Mo, middling, loH'416; sates. 60U0 bah s; net receipts, 780; exports, nix ; flock, 8850. CHICAGO. chicaqo. May 81. Flour extra spring dull. Wheat No. 2 spring weaker, II 2801 27 cash ; this afternoon steady at II 28H01 HC. selleis for Jane. Corn No. 2 mixed qa'et at c low- er, closing 514c cash; this afternoon cull at 51 V. seller for June Oats No. S H' low¬ er, closlua 4n4("' cash. Kye - No. 2, lc lower, 8x4S3c Barley-No. 2 dul),s7088c Whisky steady, 88-. Provisions dull mesa porkclos- lng at II 8701i cash. Lard V cash. Meats unchanged. Hogs dull 83 60&4 05. Cattle dull at !4.'$o 25. CINCINNATI. Cincinnati, May 31. -cotton excited and higher; middling, 16c. Flour scarce and firm; family. 86 807. W beat scarce and Arm; No. I red fall, II 67A1 68. torn lu good de¬ mand at fu 1 price, 68c. Rye dnll at 1101 06. oats steauy and In moderate demand, 68066c. Lggs drooplnv, 16c. Butter scarce and Arm; western reserve, 20022c ; other kinds dull ana unchanged. Cheese drooping; factory, 110 HHc Provisions dull and unsettled -mess pork nominal at I1C; no demand Lard, 10c; no sales. Balk meaw-shoalders sold at 8i0 ac. bacon 6. 808c. dosing dull. Whis¬ ky In good demand at fall prices, 88c ST. LOUIS. St. Louis, May V. -FJour dull and business very small: super fall, 6 60; family, 17 5o4 7 75. Wheats Bprlng dull and drooping; No. 2iowa, II 25; winter steady; for best grades No. 1 red tali. II 6801 60. Corn dull and de¬ clined ; 051c for mixed in bulk ; sacks, &. Oats drooping, 48052c In bnlk, and 66056c in sacks. Brley-No 2 spring, 86'480o. Bye ower. 84086c. Whisky. 90c Tobacco la nn- jsess pork essier, to, rt. 'csjc. change, i Hasat sugar-cured, 14015c. Lard nominal atX09c for llercss and 10(4l0c for refined. Hogs and cattle dull and unchanged. NASHVILLE. Nashville, May 81. Cotton active; low middling, 18c. Bacon-clear sides, lO0iuc; shoulders, 7c; sugar-cured hams, packed, )5c Lard lie. Corn 70c. Oats 70c. Flour 15 2508 00. FOREIGN. London, May 81, 4:30 p.m.-Consols, 93. U 8 bonds ol 1882, 90; do old '66s, 90; do 87s, 92 ; do 10-40s 89. Livebpool. May 31 -Cotton-middling up¬ lands 7fa7d middling Orleans, 8d : sales. MM bales; 7000 for export anl speculation. Whea6-CalIornia 12a 2d. Corn No. 2 mixed, 88s. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. NOTIOEl. 1HE Partnership heretofore existing be¬ tween J. s. Live sud Walter N. Merrl- man. Is this day dlssolvd by its own limi¬ tation, J. H. Levett withdrawing from the firm. X. e business of this House will here¬ after be contluned by Thomas U. Cjoiu-y and Walter N. sterrlmau under the style oi THOMAS B COFFEY & CO, who assume the payment of all liabilities of the late firm of J. d. LUVETr St CO. KtLher party is anthorlstd to sign In liquidation. J. & LKVJXTT, WALTER N. MKRHIMAN, THOS. B. rOFFKT. N. 8. J. S. Levett will remain with the new firm tor the present, for which be asks a continuance of past favors and a con¬ tinued succession of new ones. BOOTS AND SHOES, i9"Good quality and fair priae.t5 336 Mail Stmt, Memphis. Tennis eo. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. I 'Ht: annual meeting of the stockholders 1 ol the Men phis Wood and Willi, w Ware Manufacturing Company, will bo held at the Chamber of Commerce, on Mnndsw, the 6ih lnsi.,at 8 o'clock, for the election oTlMrectors for the ensuing Tear. It. A. ALLISON, Mav SI, .871. (Jel) President. Ledger oopy. " EASLE" C01 TON GINS. THE subcrlbera are now prepared to fnr- nlsh to cot -on planters, any sis of the above justly celebrated COTTON WIN. We do uot offer this machine as a new or un¬ tried experiment, but as one that has stood the lest ot years, upon many of the largest lantatlons in Ihe South, 'eapeclally In the llsslssippl Valley, where it has been in use for the last thirty years, with entire satisfac¬ tion to all purchasers, and thousands of tbem have been successfully introduced into other cottou gro sing countries. Please send your orders early. Agents also for Fairbanks' scales. Hall's Fire aud Burglar Proof Safes, Siraubs' Corn and Flour Mills, Disston's Circular and other saws. Nrt'OMBN. Kl i-8-8.lt .1 RYKXEK. Hardware Dea.ers A Manufacturers Agents, M'emshis, Tennessee. Mel-OMR. KKI.I.KRA HUM V Hardware Jobbers. -.. 100 aud 104 North Main street, St. Liuis, Mo. Jel rustes's Sale. BY virtue of a deed of trust executed to me by Charles Thomas and Jane O. Tnouiis, oi the 15th day of May, 1 6', to se¬ cure the payment of a certain Indebtedness which is folly described anu set out In said dnd which Is recorded In the Register's ofnc9 of Shelby county. Slate of Tennes see, in Book 8J, part 3. pages 108, 407 and 4 - I will as Trustee, sell for cash, to tbe highest blcder, In front of the office of Young, Mai lory A Oamrron, 19 Madison street, city of aieuipn s. on .itaraay, me -ja nay oi jniy, 1871, within legal hours, the following de¬ scribed land to-wlt: Lot No. 2 of the subdi¬ vision of the land-beioging to the heirs of the lale Dr Lewis C. Trexeva-t. containing thirty-five and one-hall acres, beginning at the noitb-west corner of iotNo. 8, theace 52 east, 29 50-100 ('" alns to a stake, then son th north 20 links lo a red oak stump, the south¬ east corLer of lot No. 3 on the Plank road, thence south 88 wat 10 92 iCO chains to a stake on the west Fide of said p'ank road; thenca north 62 Wst 80 49-1'jO en-ins to a slake dn the west boundary of t e tract and on John Pole's esat line, thence north 8 cha Ina to the north corner of tne tract, a hickory, thence, 7 60-100 chalu lo the beginning. The equity o. reden pllon la expressly waived, aud the title to (aid property la believed to be good, but I sell and couvey only as Trustee Jel LEWIsJ F CARR, Trustee. DISSOLUTION. I'BE FIRM OF BLACK, fcSTEb A CO.. IS this day dissolved by tuctual consent, Mr. Konert Black retiring. Mr. Z N. Estes Is charged with the settlement of onr business. We Invite attention to card of our succes¬ sors below, Estes, Fiser A Plnsen. HOBEKT BLACK, Z. N. ESTEH. CARD. CiONTINUED 111 health necessitates my re ' tlremeut from business, having been un¬ able for the last two years to give it my at¬ tention. 1 return my sincere thanks forthe liberal patronage extended us In the past and rscnmmeud my successors, Estes, Fixer A Plnson, to the favorable consideration or my friends and the public generally. KOBiltV BLACK. Z. N. ESTES, J. C. FIZER, R. A. PINSCN, LATE Or LATE or LAI EOF Black, Stewart Ulliurd, .bates AVe. Bros. A Viser. Plnson A t Estes, Fizer & Pinson, Wholesale Grocers AND COTTON FACTORS, ;(Oid stand ol Brooks, Neely & Co.,) 376 Front Street, Memplxls, Tonrt. Jel WANTED. A SITUATION as salesman in a wholesale or retail honse, dry goods or boots and hoes preferred, by a middle aged man who has an extensive toqnalntuice throughout the country adjacent to Memhhls. Refer¬ ences exchanged. For further particulars address. "J C. C- at 201 Main street. Jsl Non-Resident Notice. No. 279. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby County, Tennessee. Ru el Hough, vs. James B. Bingham, James M. Ton eny, J. M.Uurrie, tjeoxge U. Hough, J. B. Bing¬ ham, Jr.. W. A. McCloy and F. S. Davis. IT appearing from the bill which Is sworn to lnuhui cause tuut the defendant, James M. Tomeny, Is a resident of the State of New York, and that thedefendant J. M. Cnrrle Is a resident of New Orleans, Loolslcna, and that the defendant, George G. Hough, Is a resident of Boston. Massachusetts, and that they are all non-resident-of the State of Tennessee. It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That they make their appearance Herein, at the Court-house, of ihe Second Chancery Court, in the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or belore the flist Monday in July, 1871, aud plead, answer or demur to complain¬ ants' bill, or the same will betaken for con¬ fessed as to loam, and set for hearing ex- par:.-, and that a copy ol this order be pub¬ lished once a week, for four successive weeks, lu the Memphis Appeal. This May 31st, 1871. M. D. L. STEWABT, Clerk and Master. By GEO. M allkjkt , Deputy C. A. Jt. T. s. Ayres, Sot for Com pi 't. jel SWEET SPRINGS, Monroe County, West Virginia. 'H1 favorite summer resort, famous for 1 Its extensive and agreeable plunge baths, (temperatnre 78 degrees,) as well as its tonic mineral waters, will be opened for the season ON THE 15th OF JUNE. Telegraph office in the Hotel; a handsome and extensive li very In conjunction with the establishment; a first-class band or music engaged for the season. CHARGES PER DAY I S FOR ON E MONTH...- - 75 FOR TWO MONTHBor more at the rate of ... 80 Children under ten and colored servants, half price. Families desirous of taking rooms for the season, or for fur ber in tor rnatlon, address GEO. McGOVKRN, ap22 Superintendent. Memphis and Charleston R. R. OHAUGB OF TIME. OW AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 29tn, 1871, trains on the Memphis and Charles- ton Railroad will arrive and depart as to' lows: abbivi: depart: Mil - 4:li pan. 10:20 a.m Kitpress .8:30 a.m. 0:10 p.m r elgUt B:iVl iu. .'.ow .m Somtrvllle Accommodat¬ ion J.fSa.rn. 1:30 pin myyg O. L. ANDitRON, SnpH. WANTED 1 WANTED! pOTATOKS AND APPLKS, HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID. GEORGE S. RICHARDSON & CO., ro3l No, 2, Howard How. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY. Offlolal X3x-o.-vc7-l.zaK a. MORNING CLAPS-No. 257. 46, 42. 31, 6, 10, 24,76, 89, 48, 47, 66. 17, 41, 82. RVENING CLA-W-Nn. iSs. 10, 00, 8, 24, 54, 1 42, Ofl, 68, 63, 18, 74, 6. Prises from 1100 to (Mi 000, paid in money. Lotteries drawing dally. Information fur¬ nished in the above Lotteyr by J. E. FRANC K 46S North Court street Box 147, Memphis, Tenn., P. O. M ORRAY, M LLLER A CO., Man¬ agers, Mt. Lonla. Mo. Jel LECTURE. HORACE GREELEY! fs Coming to Memphis. THE HON. HORACE GREEI.KY, Editor of the New Vora 'lYibunt, will deliver a lecture at the Memphis Theater, on next Friday Evening. June 2 SUB. EOT: SELF-MADE MEN. sWAdmlssion, II; Galleries. 50c .a No Kxlra Charge for Re-verve.1 (teata. Rox office opens Thursday, June 1st, at V o'clock. my2B 'J'HE HOrSK WE LITE IN. The mind X is the tenant of the Louy, ami unless the teuen. eul is kept In 0d repair, Ihe immor¬ tal occupant Is deprcised, dlstranght, miser¬ able, and sees things "as throngh a gl-ss, darkly," not as they really are. When the ito.i ac'i H relaxed, the ilver torpid, the bowe's discrcered, and ths nerves unstrung, Invigorate, vilallz.-, reulnte a-d tone them with Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient, lis operation is certain, painless and sa u- tary. It brings, the ac Ion of these import¬ ant organs lnio contcrniLy with tbe laws of health; the spirits rise, the brain clears, and thecipacity m enjoy lile la restored to de¬ sponding invalids sT-aOLD BY ALL DRUUQ1ST3. Jel brtb: report REPORT OF THE CONDITION UNION AND PLANTERS' BANK Al Close ol nusliir-ss. May 'XM. IV71. (As submitted to the Directory.) mm so it Bcr.ii. Loans and discounts I 844.UU 02 IfcXchangeon New York anu otner points 3S8,99 14 Cash on nanu in U. B. currency ... 110,111 73 -tn -" Hd bonds... S0.21S t bauk:3(; houso and office fixtures.. ti. U Expenses since January 1, 1K71 10,&7 41 Ji U..4S0 00 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid up t 677,300 H Profit and loss acc ent 5,000 76 Inteitst. unci exchat. ire since Janu¬ ary, 1, 1S7L 50.186 47 Deposits 680,053 87 M M. M. FARRINUTON s. I. HMD. Cashier. 1,412,490 Oil President mSl DISSOLUTION. THE firm of N. CALHOON A CO. is thlsdty dissolved by mutual consent. All un¬ finished business can be settled at the old staid. No. 1' - Front sleeel; and all persons lnueoteo to same will ple- so call, settle i.m save costs. N. CALHOON. Wwnph'. Aprh ?. W. vl PHILLIPS' Memphis Appeal 1871! 1871! THE CHEAPEST PAPER -or- ITS SI7.E IN MEMPHIS ! We endeavor to render the Memphis Appeal DAILY, SUNDAY & WEEKLY As Useful, Reliable and Interesting as any Newspaper printed. We aim to make It the most reliable publication in Memphis, com¬ peting for public favor, giving the earliest and best information required by merchants and others. In its colums are found able EDITORIALS On all Public Questions. TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS From all parts of the world. MARKET REPORTS, Giving a comprehensive Review of Trade In Memphis, and a Pbices Ccrbeht of every article of Merchandise In Market, Domestic or Foreign, with a Tarlety of Comjixbciai. Matter, of Interest and value to every busi¬ ness man and family, and A RIVER NEWS COLUMN, Complete .u all the details thst make it of unusual value to river and eoinmeroial nien. TO ADVERTISERS. As an Advertising Medinm for Bankers, Merchants and Traders, the MEMPHIS AP¬ PEAL, In any of lu editions, is not surpassed by any other paper In tbe Southwest. Our circulation is large, and found In nearly every town and city in Use South and West. The Memphis Appeal AS A POLITICAL, NEWS, AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL, Is not surpassed by any of Its coulempara- rles. It is the APPER FOR THE PEOPLE For the Professional Man. for the Merctaaat, lor the Farmer, for tbe Mechanic. Subscription Price Greatly Reduced DAILY- For one year (excluslveof Sunday), I'.O 00: For six months, SS 00; For three months, S3 OL DNDAY For one year, 12 60; For six months, f 1 26; For three months, 75 cents. WEEKLY For one year, 12 60; For six months, SI 26; For three months. 76 osnta. CLUBBING RaIeR-To clubs of two or more subscribers we will send our Mammoth Weekly, the largest paper In theSouth-83x55 inches for one year, each, S2. To clubs of two or more subscribers, we will send onr Bosday appeal tor one year, etch S2. W. T. Xioalx Oo. REAL ESTATE AGENTS URAND JUNCTION, TENN., WILL reeelve property, for sale or rant, In West Tennessee and North Mlauc- ppl. 7U1 w FURNISHING GOODS. SHIRTS! MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, mfaOiarlag, Retail u1 itbbtog House, Buy Whare a Thing la Made. WE re'er to a a few well known gen¬ tlemen whose names are below, who have worn onr shirts and cheerfully Itnd us their names as refer¬ ences: It. B. W Mitchell, Jacob Friedman. Esq . A. K. Taylor, M D., Coh A. J. Roacn, Geo. mcnarason, lutq., eome Keller. Ksa.. ifasc hchwab, Esq ,T. Ih rwood. Esq.. C. F. Smith, ' aq , I). A. Snepherd, Esq., Col. r. w. Hoyster, Rev. A H.Kerr.C.N.Erloh, Etq. These statistics are given, some vol u n tar¬ tly and some by our request. We do not pay the gentlemen for them, bat wave our sign on the merits of our g jods. Onr Mr. Wlggans has been manufacturing shirts since IM7 our Mr. Thorn ror over eight years, six of which was spent at the St. Louis Factory, and wo claim to understand our business. We are making to order a first class shirt at J"-ti per dosen, and have for sale ready-nisde. OF OCR OWN MARK, a large variety In styles and prices. Out summer stock of nnderwear and faney goods is not to be excelled in the Union. We will prove to the satisfaction of any who will patronize us that we do sell, per quality, lower than other dealers. WlCCANS & THORN, X33 MAIN STREET, Cur BoiiDisa. umumn.'i-msn. DRY G08QS j. w. syr.En. j i. susxir. SNEED & BEASLEY SCCf.'IHSOES TO J. !W. SNEED & CO., -Dealers In- Gents' and Buys' Olotliing", Gents and Bsys Furnishing Goods, Trunk;, Satchel, Valises, THE GENUINE " 6UANAC0 USBRELLA." THE TRUE FIT SHIRT. HAYING ASSOCIATED WITH US, Mr JOSEPH S. SMITH, of N. Y., who has made me manufacture of clothing his busi¬ ness for thirty years, and who will be east all the time, giving uls personal attention to our orders, and the getting up of our stock. We are now prepared to take orders and execute them witn uispatcn. we aasure our irienas nothing shall be wanting on our part in en¬ deavoring to please tbem Our stock of Clothing and Furnishing Ooods are as nne ana cneap as any in America. SMTCall and examine for yourself.as. SNEEO & BEASLEY, 261 Mala Street Memphis, Taaeasse HARDWARE. NOTICE-REMOVAL. ALLISON BROS. Importers and Dealers In Suns, Cutlery Castings, Hoes, Chains, Rope, Axes, Anvils. Bellows, Vises, Etc.. Etc , Builders' and Plantation Hard¬ ware and Mechanics' Tools, 17 UNION ST., MEMPHIS, TENN ear We have removed from 270 Front street to the above well known locaton, where we will be pleased to see all onr old customers aud friends, as well as tne public gener- aiiy. sEfu BOOT AND SHOEb. . .c-g March, f87i; March, i87f SPRING TRADE! Hill, Terry & Mitchell, Are now ready for ths Spring Trade, with heavy stock and good assortment of BOOTS, SHOES & HATS Which thew offer to MERCHANTS ON .in qualities and prices tbat will prove satis¬ factory. No. 329 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS. o-,so( a- We earnestly Invite the attention of IHE TRADE to the following BLACK SASH RIBBONS, COLORED SASH RIBBONS, NARROW TIE RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS, CORD EDGE RIBBONS, TAFFETA RIBBONS, GR0S GRAIN RIBBONS, FANCY RIBBONS, BELT RIBBONS, CANTON SHADE.HATS, CANTON 6IPSEY SCHOOL HATS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACE GOODS, MACHINE TWISTS, Et Etc. W TRIMMED HATH IN EVERT URAOE OTIS & CO., aplS 327. Main street.Memphis BANKRUPT SALE. In the District Court ot the United stales for the District of West Tennessee. In the matter of Hesse, Levy A Co., Bankrupts. In Bunkrnptcy. BT virtue of an order made by raid Dis¬ trict Court on the 2Hu day of Hay, 1H71, in the matter of said bankrupts. I will pro¬ ceed to sell, at public auction, for cash, lo the highest bidder, on Tuesday, the 20th Day of June, 1871, at auction house of A. E. Frankland, No. Is5 and i7 Main street, in the city of Memphis, Tsnnsssee, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., commencing at 13 o'clock: Certain, undivided interest of said bank¬ rupts in and to certain lots of land in Shelby county, Tennessee, near the city oi Mem¬ phis, beginning at a s ake on Monroe mrt extended, Wii teet east of ihe Intersection of saw s reel witn the west line of a lot sold by Wm. Englisn to D. W. Shanks, running east i52S let to a stake, and running suiith at right angles with Monroe street, between parallel lines, U feet to an alley. Also, at the same time and place, the book debts, ohoses In action, etc., as per schedule pf saiu bankrupts. SIMON WEILER, Assignee A.E. FRANKLAND, Auctioneer, 195 and 187 Main street. mai JOHN LILLY, IMPORTER AND DEALXX I3t WINES AND LIQUORS, No. 351 Main Street, Memphis. I WOULD beg leave to inform my friends, and the puVtc generally, that I am pre- nared to meet the demands, f the trade with &END1N- foods of the purest and best auallty. at reasonable prices, and respect- to'iOBN LILLY. To Whom it May Concern. ALL goods consigned and stored with E. Ackerman, No. 6 Howard's Row. Mem¬ phis, upon which storage and advances are dne. will be sold on Sth day of June next at public auction, ta pay charges. myU E. ACEKBMAN, Clearing Sale or Dress Goods! AT Menken Bros. Striped Kozambiqueo 5c, Japanese Poplins, 17 cts. LAWNS, LAWNS Handsome Striped Lawns, At 8 cents per yard. Black Iron Grenadines At 2r cents per yard. 8-4 Iron Grenadines, very cheap AL-O, sOTOI ION SALE OK LACE POINTS! Lace Points Reduced to $3 50 Handsome lace oints, $5. Real Llama Points, $12 W, former price $26. AUl noi FURNITURE, CARPET? MEATS. SUNDRIES. iVt Auction THIS MORNING, 10 O'CLOCK. By A . FRAMKLAMO, 195 4 197 Mill St FIFTY BARRE LS FLOUR -Lt Auction. BY A. M. STODDAaD & CO.: sf-TIIIS MORNING. .JM Elegant Furniture and Carpets .A.X Auction, BY A. M. STODDARD &, CO. I OR account o r Krlilay mor Laces, Kel ,Laee C lVrw T -v' rtety ValeneicBn anal Paint A L&ce Uaii(tarcb:-N, Li- I wear. Linen Mssoivrnl' M at. a Liuen, Black and Wfiti.- L aud Parasol CoTers, Parly Pans, Kaar lnjtreal vat lety. The Ladles are especially lovlte.1 t.i u . - i 6E0. SHIELDS & CO . AetM9e Aart'w'rt.SMFrwi S! - WILL HELL IN LOTS TO SUIT' PTJaCHA A cmpiets assertaeat ef Dry Also, iXi cauea HaU assorted. JS . Boom and fthoa Tdi ho tm I Haas aai e am n 1 1 r ' . fTbls is a bona fide Clearing Sale. Sam¬ ples --n t to the conn .j on application. Menken Brothers MAIN STREET. COR. COURT. IVXexxiTplxiaB. : Tonn. MERCHANTS' FIRE AND MARINE; INSURANCE COMPANY, COMPANY'S BiJILOIftO, 12 Madison Street, Memphis, Tunn. E. NoDAVITT, PrcslCest, I. T. FARGAS0N, Vtu: Prcsdeat. R. AARKER, Secretary IHRKCTORS: E. MoUAViTT. M. E. CO T. T. FRU80N. JOHN JO W. A. GOOOWjN, napole U.K. JACKSON, THO1. II J.T. 8TKATTON. HILL, .EN, -TheStocE ol the company Is owned by oar Merchant and Business Men. and It is In every reripeet, felly Identified with the In¬ terests of this community. myll Removal. WE HAVE REMOVED TO 310 Main St. 310 Opposite Peabody Hotel. T. W Johnston & Co. TH B FIC KLE & LYON MANUFASTL-RIKG CO.'S VICTOR' Sewing Machine ! laTITH its recent improvements. Is the tt simplest, most durable and complete Family Be wine Machines ol all the varieties now in use; and to any me wishing to pur¬ chase a reliable and first-class Machine, con- uumug ail tne Latest Improvemet ts and Inventions Without the complications o! springs. coc whe-ls or d acate and troublesomBndlu.ti menus, the " VICTOR'" Machine Is o3erel without a rival. It is the only Lock-stitch jiacuiue in -i uas a straiKai wii khi" needle, which nannnt hA Ret wmntr. Parties wishing to purchase a first-class Family Sewing Machine, should not fail to call anu ex&uiiae it uwor other. For sale on reasonable terms by the FINKLE A LON MAN F G LU. No. 40 Noktu Cor ar "i, " Agents wanted. my a NOTICE. District of West Tennessee. m In Bankruptcy- I At Memphis, Tennessee, ISth day of April, THE undesigned hereby gives notice ol his appointment as assignee of L E. n ilasisMS" " Memphis bbelby county, Mate o5 Tsnnsssee, within said District, who has ' een adjudicated a bankrupt upon his own petition by the District Conn ot said District. O. WOOLUKIDOE, apJD Assigns s XT IT JARS. WITH PORCELAIN LINED CAP. Needs No Wax ar i.eaeat, AND THE BEST IN USE. rilHQKI.' B17m Ol.,.. 11 . . m 1 - - . i u , . 1 u L ' , yHiti .UU A WO uuarls. Full directions for i uttlna nn fruit furnished. Llbeial claecnat to the trade. For sale only by 0. F. PRESC0TT & CO., Pioneer Lamp and Oil Start, 222 Mala St., SOLE A6fcNT, Moaipbis. mgdimwti Cbmrtaa Helaaleak CSaaiaaiaaiaa WHUo nd extra dry. A. LiLUM A Co., proprietors tha Chat. Leovllle and Brown Cbantenac a rets. For sale by dealers. Behoitne 111 ar. Sole Agents 'or tha United Stales, Naw ork. r-- J.HIL1 H vnoio:.er AMUSEMENi SECOND ANNUAL INTE8: , WILL BE HELD AT HUMBOLDT PARK, THURSDAY, JUNE 1st, i87i THE FOLLOWING NAMED UENTLEMKN respectively represent the diasrent na¬ tionalities: AMERICA Col. W. Coleman, T. B. Norment, Capt. Larry HarmstaJ, ben. J. D. Huron. ENGLAND Hon. Joan Cubblna. F. F. Mar¬ shall. H. E. Oraen, U. W. F. Ore ok. FEvANCE-Charlea Le Clercq. Captain 1 d Capdeville, H. Jao.net, French John. OEHMANY F H Buttlnghaua, George 8ton- meyer, H. Rlchmann, D. Pante. 3COTL vND Duncan McLean. Dr. S. L tsimms, J. B. Campbell, B. K. Wilson. I32LAND-Colonei M. Magovney, !r., W. - Harvey, P. M. Winters, w. Welsh. ITALY Vincent B. Baclaalupo.'Feli x Gailne M. Malatesia, P. Solar). SWITZERLAND P A Milliard. J. W. Ehl- lnger, ii rjihman, F. Fraosioll. DENMARK Ch. Smith, J. B. Millar. SWEDEN L. P11U. A. Ataunaou. NORWAY M. Anderson. TirRarrriFTTCEST-I...DIE I R I -Grounds lighted up by Calcium Ugh'-S. THE ANNUAL PICNIC! OF THE Confederate Relief AND HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION WILL TAKE PLAC1. M Saturday, 3d of June, !87i, AT JAMES' PARK. i let 'l'MK r"OI. Lowing na: 1 have boen selected as bers of the different I'omi In which they apnear: General Joas c. Fizer, Vhlef Marshal. Colonel M. Maobvney, Jr., Ass't Marshal Major R. P. Du.CiS, Captain R. H. Vascn, Captain Canis Btdjkvsl, Captain J. C TKitu, Captain E. A. Colb, GATE I OMMXTZBS: J. E. Beasley. Chairman; T. P. Adams, M i - nor Mertwealher, Lewis Podcsta, C. Ob?.- t, R.J. Black, N. W. Johnston. Charles Locke. R. J. Malone. FLOOR OOMM1TTEK J. W Bneed. Chairman ; A. J Black, iiarreir Huuhes, W. J. Pollard, C. W. Kealbo.e.-. T. I Arnold. W.G. Parker, Raphael 6emir.ea.jr B. W. Coleman, Dr. R. W. Mitchell, Wolf, OgJen Fontaine, James Poslon. T Rheti, L. B. Meb arlano. Henry Moode Osca Wooldridge, Moses While, Egbert Woold- rldge, R. Dudley Frayser. Dr. Frank Bace. Oolion Green, J. H. Bale, Frank Vcan. W-t ler Goodman, W. L. Duff. RECEPTION COMMIlIr Hon. Je'erson Davis, Hon. Iahasa U. Har¬ ris, Hon. Jacob Thompson. Rev. T. J. Whea' Rev. W. M. Patterson, Rev James Carmlciiac Gideon I. Pillow, Dr. Ersklue, A K Droeecher, W. Y. C. Hnmes, E J. Morgan. H . aHnnt, Hon. W. Av ,ryLW. H. t rtscp an . J. J. DoBoae, J.J. Murphy. W. . Stevens, i W. Helskell, J. H. Edmondson. W. L. sooa. Harvey Maine, J. R. FUppln. COMMITTEE ON PRESERVATION OF OR- Baaa. J. G. Barbour, Chairman J W. Rogan. Ben. Whita.. Beasiey, H. M. Neely, - Conner, T. R. Gannon, i Elliott, J. P. at.igpai J- Bridges, W. D. McK nnej W. L. Anderaan . Jss. nr' The mamjters ol tnese will report to their rasnaatl In turn will report to tne i he wUl define tbeir dut e Marshall wll report lo Uu ManMSt io duly, uen upon the dlffereci commit tees M' hi mnnt Wifhnn B. tiutch'son. 1. Khaa, T. J. Auiaau, Jax. imbaut, G, U Drake, J. C. . L. Cacfleron, il committer-. hiirmen,wh. Marshal, an-1 The Asslstar.: ef Marsoal To en appoln!e' , declining to r io an: .irTf will please report without d 1 member ot the KntertalnnientComi meu places may be niled. as it is ab-uiute. uoocniiary to insure a socceas, that the com mi' t-essjould oe tall. and -tleetiv-. Tickets of admission flfty cants each, ana will be on sale at the dilfereat book u'l om- aiores. T. m. Jort.atv, j. A. lui uo J. 8. UAH HER, IL T. ENGLthH. PICNIC PRIVILEGES. Sealed propoals will be received for t .e purcna-e of ihe Bar, Confectionery, Restau¬ rant and Shooting Gal er privileges oi tne picnic to be given under the auspices of the Confederate Relle and Historical Assorts tlt. on Hatuxdjy, June 3, at Jaiuai l ark. ontl. Tuesday, May c0, 1871, 12 m., at whlcn time the. proposals will be op an. ProposuJs to be od dressed to the Entertainment .ommitt-e No. M Main street, i sups eopy.i AMERICAN JUCKEY CLUB Sprius iwlootlMR, 1871. JEROME PARK, NEW YORK JUNEiOib. . . 1UVE 15th aad JUNE 17th, A. BSLMONT, Pnaldent, C. WHaATXT, "erretary. ray,- Election of Directors. OFFICE MEMPHIS CITY rffc. ) Mnrga "ay . Is71. i aar Tha annual 2on, fi1 r in this company will bs nam .Jt.q 0a tfea 22a Day af iaaa, 1871, At tha offlea of lha company, 41S Main street, tJ..el0lt " J. G. SMITH, asarsaan THAT NOIELE88, f IKE MOTION, LOCK W-ja'. L Needie. Biees i",'!ffta trolled by VT0JZ! but .ekin. have ' handled am55 wanU-u th. h- have found IL jyv? . iV, myU aric .I m ir"" M Norm Coort Bqaare.