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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, JULY 1(3, 1872.
' 1 1 8Bbt E for I ' Tf a , won u the ttiir the JOB I in I the cotl ban era wit at 8hi in i wh Mm aba st ties lul 71 gol tat j Cm cer ne- m 4- for lie tie 90. eoi M I Bi rn- 80. th tb ti. w a cl a- d. H ra d: t fa B P T T I HI7U 1)11 Ik; i DDI? 4 I mmi!T fwcir. Tlffi Til II rfj.lL Only a pa is approved by Horace ( ireeley, arxtUiy Tl'ESOAT MORMXG, :Jl I Y 16, 1872. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Presi&rnt-BORA CE GREELEY. For Vice-President R. OR A TZ RROWX. For IroeemorJOHX C. RROWX. For Sheriff- W. J. P. DOTLE. For ChmmesOsr SA MVEL P. WA I KER. ForOmntu Trustee A. WOODWARD. For Tmx-CoOet--GEOROE R. POWELL. For Privilege TarCbUector-J. IT. MA TURK. ELECTORAL TICKET. state at Large GKX. W. A. QCARLES. " COL. JOHX. if. FLEMIXG. Firm District JOHX A. MeKIXXET. v .i.t i:tr.-A. CALDWELL. Third District -A- L. HP EAR-. Fourth District Fifth District -Mirth Distriet-X. X. cox. tmmm DiHrist- JW TO "cetith and Fifteenth Ilstricto ooiwtitiUe the city. "Dem- those who first nominated him at Cin- j ocratic," " Whig" and Greeley Reptib cinnati. The Democratic party, to j lioaa" citiaww of thaw districts can :i hieve this partial triumph of their , Vote at the primary electioa next 8atur prinriples. and re-enthrone honesty, I day, the twenty -eighth instant, for four prefer Greeley to Grant, and make the members of the Lower House and for one first their chosen candidate, Greeley ! state Senator. In the county outside moves from Radicalism toward Democ-' nf u,e cjjy Democrat, Whig and racy, and Democracy, concurring with Greetey Republican (we repeat it for ent as conduct.i uy Oram : support. In the him in hostility to govern m izcd and wholly unconscious of any tendency to dissolution. It has effected an alliance with Republican, but is not al-wrbed and has never lost its identity. believed that the Democtatic party Fiffhth fh strict MB District- W. W Mr DOW F LI- Many party's funeral. It is funet, aud surely die until effected. I Greeley's li-..lition THE SOI TH AXD THE CRKKLEY FLATFtUa. The Demi . rati, party declared its and made its aetoetfam of for the Presidency and Vice-Presidency at Baltimore, and it cannot and must not he held responsible for the action of the little tnd of Radicals, who propose to hold a convention in Louisville in Sep tember and nominate a ticket to assart Grant on this absurd platform : 1. An act of universal amnesty and restoration of political neht. 2. Repeal of all acts injuriously affect inc tile (southern States. Kxieuaion of the pension laws to so diersof the South. 4. Pavment for lit rated slaves from the Nation! Treasurv. 5. A chai- in the National flap to make it acceptable to the people of the country. None but mailmen, lunatics, or Grant's supporters, would put forward a platform .hat is better calculated to reproduce the excitement, jsl ni-r and bickerings of the past than allay them. What will the Detroit Frn V.--. the Chicago Tunes, New York Dciii Book, and even Brick Pomeroy, say to this mixture composed of a large measure of folly with a speck or two of good aeawe? This reads a.- if made to arouse sectional ire, rather than for any sane or just purpose originating in a desire to serve the people of the country. We don't want the flag changed; to attempt payment for liberated slaves would swamp the whole country in a flood of corruption : and as for pensioning South ern soldiers, it is a well-known fact that not one-tenth of the Northern that have lu pensioned have ever received a cent. As to the first and second clauses, these will be fully realized by the election of ireeley, who, ever since the war Closed, has per sistently urged amnesty and restoration tojiolitical privileges, and justice to the South. We have no words of anger fnr the Democrats who have arrayed them selves under this banner in opposition to G reeley. They are under control of their p:v.--i'n- and prejudices, else would never commit the blunder of being so undem ocratic as to oppose a majority of the party. The South does not want such a platform. Her people are willing to throw the mantle of charitv over the past, and only want to be freed fron the weight of Radicalism, and by their themselves for all the losses of the war. And her soldiers are too gallant, too high-spirited, too noble to seek for a money reward of their patriotism ami devotion at the hands of those who defeated them. As for the flag, we made it. &ix of the thirteen colonies were Southern, and Southern men led in the Congress wherein the " stars and sin i " were adopted, and Southern valor upheld that flag in many a bloody field; and it was long debated and never given up by many of our people that in the war of 1861-6." the South should have fought under the banner that a Southern poet immortalized in what itself has come to be the national an them. We re pudiate this platform of the malcon leuts. The Southern people ' mean business" in their support of Greeley. ith them it is a sensible, matters fact, doUar-and-cent movement, invol ing relief from carpetbaggers, the em ployment of our best local talent, and a representation in Congress and in all the affairs and places of the Republic commensurate wijh our intelligence, our thrift, our industry') and our as States and people. not yet de should not triumph is would be Gree ley's political death, lie saw and con-fc-aea the fact when he said it should support him "as a Democratic party." He is the direst foe of Horace Greeley, Identity, integrity and compact organi zation of the Democratic party and they who are friends of Grant and would serve him most effectually neexl onay make war on tin- Democratic organiza tion as supiiorti rs of (ireeley in order to overthrow Greeley. This hostility to D naocrmcy by tweley's supposed friftids is practical a lhosiou to Grant and only an iudirec! way of supporting the gift-taker. FallET AXD I 4MEBOI. J- omey, who has just ieturn?d to his uoine m mnaaicipiua rrom a tripinrmiirn Texas with Colonel Tom deott and other r.ulmaxi magnates, ami who expresses himself full f admiration for the South ern people and uieir leaders, is mvoiveu in .mother war with Simou Cameron. a: whom, ami the "crowd which he ! Is, he recently threw this ringing de fiance: ''Gentlemen of the Grand Com- niandery. Mr. Simon Cameron and the rest, if you can do without us this year, why, leave off your damnable faces and be-jlri." Now. this Cameron is a reek- in ir corruptionist of the most vulnerable type, and Forney, if he desires, can y effect u::iiy squel. h him. He can roduce his war steal- and subsequent railroad plunders, principal among mem that on which a committee of the Geor gia Legislature has recently reported, wherein a full rrj-asf of the leasing of the Georgia State railroad is given. This report, which is yet in the hands of the printer, is said to tie very damaging. especially to Cameron, and shows that the most corrupt means were used by ania Senator and his asso- fear some sensitive fellow may bolt be cause he don't Mm a namei can vote for two members of the Lower House and for one Senator. The whole county votes at the same time for a Senatorial Floater and for a Representative Floater. Of course all will vote both in the city and county for a Congress- Mi i..v ii. are mn Wl tions between white Mai blue havi not anil I sjllal.leof sere i.sir, Ali Northern men; all are anxious ft migration aud capital, and really present tempting inducements. A letter in the Zurich, says that four hundred slu of Zurich, there tendance, most medicine. A Indies ieionir (, movement in fa lias taken ve they have a medical Prom Austro-Ht genre which renr great demand wffl DRY 00098. they 'r, of of some idles in at tudents of of these where the e education shape, though to estaollsli dents at the Of them s REMNANTS, REMNANTS ! CAS0 MENKEN BROS. omes Intelli- ertain that a made upon me In 1640, the popular movement for Harrison was not only evinced by a vast preponderance of the Electoral votes, but was shown by the enormous majori ties that were given in several of the States. Ohio gave twenty-three thou sand. Kentucky jave twenty-five thou sand, Vermont fifteen thousand, Massa chusetts twenty thousand, and so on. Now, in the coming election, we shall see majnrittsj of fifty and sixty thou sand rolled up in such States as Ken tucky, Tennessee, Virginia and Missou ri, and probably some still larger in the great Northern Stales. Moke bolting from the Radical party is announced. A dispatch from Des Moines, Iowa, announces that John A. Kaason will run for Congress in that Ifc-Mct against Frank W. Palmer, the regular Republican candidate. Mr. Kas- sni represented tile district in the Thirty-eighth and Thirty-ninth Con Congresses. He is an active politician and a popular canvasser, and with the assistance of the Reformers will, it is said by those who know, defeat his competitor. wheat crop of America for this year. In various portions of the monarchy, the nrosiiect of the crops has been coin- nletelv destroyed. Hungary has !een termed the granary of the world; the black. fertUp soil of the Banal is no well adapted to raising wheat that frequently trom thirty to rorty ousneis oi cnoice wheat have been raised to the acre. Now this region is completely inundated with water. Some time it was announced that tin is hot when affected by nitric acid of 1.42 specific gravity, as long as it is in contact with platinum, while without the latter metal the chemical action is very energetic. It is now stated aha! the same result is attained witn plati num and cadmium when treated with nitric acid of 1.47 specific gravi ty. The acid acts very energet ically upon the cadmium by itself, but if the latter is brought in contact with a sufficient (iimntity of platinum, both the acid and the platinum remained unchanged. For these experiments the cadmium may be wrapped around with platinum wire or platinum foil. If the acid be reduced with water, the decom position of the cadmium commences at a certain point of dilution. AHXOTJHCEMENTS. DEWKU1T rM UUUIT BK9WB. AJID Fur Floaier. AT lie request of many friends, I u a can didate to represent tliee'innlies ol I :i -tsiKj and Shelby as Floater in Hie lower honne of tbe LeglKlntore: subject to the primary election on tile Uuth Inst, and the Dtinocratir " invention. I am a native Tciincsaeean. and have resided sixteen years In Fayette noiimy. near t lie shelny line. dr. a. . wahh. When three million Democrats sur render their life-long prejudiees to vote tor a Republican, and that Republican Horace Greeley, it is hardly decent to ask them to surrender even their name. Therefore the Appkal has it on the ban ner that floats above the Appeal build ing, " Democracy fob Grkelby a.vd Br.nwN.'' Popular education is likely to be come compulsory, not only in France nut in Italy, as it is in Germany.- In j the Italian army education is compul- sory, and the thousands of discharged soldiers who have returned to their na tive villages are acting as the pioneers of ! mre. No soldier who is unable to ! and write is allowed a day's furlough. K are authorized to announce Dr. UkAJ. A. MATHES. of Somervllle, as a ounill- dule for Floater to represent the counties oi Kavette and Shelby in the lower no-use oi Hit next fienernl Assembly, subject to the nuirr election To be held in Shelby on the instant, and the subsequent Democratic Flc terUU Convention. . JyH OFFEE FOB THIS WEEK A LABOE LOT OF REMNANTS GOOD S! INSTJRA LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF MEMPHIS, TERN. r cti BOARD I UK A fPRINUB-Boani, per mouth. J at. D MILL Kit. ARLIMrtTOM urtticr I im brauch, sew TOM. 'I'1! nndei-ined i nl ed to inform jlijuaj cta &Mxam .r ft r Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President M. i. WICKS, lt 71ce-Preident J. T. PETTTT, M TIvPmiidfnt WM. I. BROWNE, Swy. I J. 1L EOMONDSON. fiea'1 ELLETT & PHELAN, Attorney. ASSETS, OVER X, 000,000. PRINCIPAL OFFICE, NO. 42 MADISON STREET. SPECIAI. BARGAINS IX LADIES' SUITS ! g POLONAISES ! LADIES' UNDERWEAR ! MISSES' SUITS ! CHILDREN'S DRESSES! CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR ! LACE POINTS! LACE SACQUES I LACE PARASOL COVERS - TOURIST I'iitii For BARNEY COX announces hlinaelf as a can. dial lor re-election to the office of Con si a bleoftlnjKllrth (JlvU DJrtrict. Jyltt For Riprmnitatlvr. S. SOTTH OKTH is a eandate for Hie l'i::slature lower house: auhiect t tbe rsull ol i lie primary election. Jyt- w. AT the solicitation nounce myself : eat the people of She! house of the next sndi Tenneseee; subject to ls-mneratic party at ll the '"!! lis!. 3 J08BPH T1AKH a eandldate for iht Lei ilatnre of i of the MStion on ASON. colonel i that oi eiutes t..g.f is proposed, to aenil the report, when printed, into Pennsylvania, to be used as a campaign document against Cam eron. Forney should get hold of it. Phi la i) elp ii i a ha-, sustained a great In the death f la-. id Paul Brown. one of her foremost lawyers, and her greatest criminal advocate. He died on the eleventh instant, In the aeventy eighth year of his age. The Age says of him that he i- a brilliant orator, with fine aud brilliant jxiwers, he was disi As a lecturer. matic ioet, as well as an advocate, he enjoyed a great and deserved celebrity. He was kind, genial and courteous' in his disposition and inauncrs, and his lileralhy and benevolence were without stint. His dramatic were ,Vw; Or, the Itomu Tlte Prjpht't of Si. Pun, a melodrama, and a farce called Luv mul Honor; Or, T Geiier'fi Soldi-r. & .clarion was performed several tiinc. uilh tie elder Both a- the representative (rf the lead ing character. His most Important lit erary work was " The Forum; Or, Forty Years Fall Practice at the Philadelphia Bar," which was published in two vol umes in lsoO. t bis is a mfWj lite renting Slid valaable record of professional ex perwnoes, and was greeted on its ap- i ranee with a very cordial reception m his t rofewional associates and the Ueekal St. John B. L. tsjiLNXKB, who died at Washington a few days since, was a native of Washington county, New York. He served in the war of 1812, and during the administra tion of President Pierce was made First Assistant Postmaater-General, a posi tion which he retained under Presi dents Buchanan, Lincoln and Johnson. JOHN OVBRTOX, Ja.. Is a andldate to rep resent isheiby county in the lower houae of the Legislature ; subject to the action of the primary meeting, of July 2Wh. JylO JAMHK M. HAHBIB is a candidate to repre sent SJheiby county In tiie lower house of the Legislature; subject to the action of use primary iim nnif. oi July Jot ti. jyS MB. JAY 1 a candidate for the lower branch of the General Assembly of Tennessee; subject to the result of the pri mary ejection of the JWUi Inst. JyN 131 compliance with the wishes of my friends, I announce myself a canuidute lor a seat in the lower house of the next Gen eral Assembly, i respectfully solicit the suf frage of the Democratic voters of Sihelby county at the primary election on the jjitx oi July, is72, assuring them that, whether if OM iSfATKDor sur. 1 will work to the best of my ability for the success of the ml re ticket. Jy7 A. B. HAYNKB. CONTINUED REDriTION SALE OF DRESS GOODS, IROX GRMADNES, if roc ii: (wRjGxadjOTjGS, PIQIES ANJ WHITE (sOODS. 261 aud 363 Main Street, eorcier of Court. IRON WORKS. CHICKASAW IRON WORKS, HANDLE & HEATH, 98, 100, 102, 104 and 106 Second Street, AJ" 31 W I BCH TtfEKM MTHKBT, rjKit MEMPHIS, TElVlSr jESSjEJE:. Manufacturers of Machin r .-. itcam Engines. Haw Pnlleys, Hangers, iloxes, etc., and alto inaiiu menu and the public that hln liosn Till mmm am we ixh any oi Jnns for the The general i i-sil salUfir.lnri of aw Mi iior that rhi-rrfore make th iavor m fous .-iattofs last ywar lead ma to I Hhall he patronltedagai nT,r Th em! H lp. nave -, j , make t besotoarn at with -hwip vi.it yas . . ia. to J?L."S" P-aUo to too 2. C uuw, rouneenm Fifth avenue, 3w York. I. HTINE, YALHERMOSO s Xorgan County, North 'helavt atif yean, :i .,M t-je'n last raw roars, m now uornuro o all snek as We hava in dence to too cares that have been etfeeted In RhcttnWlasa. Neqraigla. Asthma and many - --'l n uiai, uum wiu Doiraoyr circulated,, wardod to any one making Uieir we win -ry uj ren -uonlleil with Que bast, too a abundance and manile. .nd the location iMoithy Wo wtU take pMHwnre in anaw an oi inquiry regarding the I lumtw, via imuor, ay" J. R. PAY-fTEB PN. SWEET raerly indnla. Thee.- Springs, ho to-ay awa Mr known for tHolr valoikMo TONIC oad itBAiivB rrjvi krh both RALYBKATK BPBLNUS - iFor- Bed Sweet), Ailoghacy county. AL- ren and te -tights AO RlCULTTrtAI Cotton Presses, CJIn Gsorins, Pinions, HOUSETWOBK-i olunms, Linte;-, mib, Uratin All kinds of steamboat. Railroad and aaaoral repair and iron castings, anU all kiteln of wmnght I eutilalors, irk so: Weights, etc Order for liraj. Cash paid mylO I3TST7RAITCJ3. "Mound City" Mutual remwithe-rtaoat fortaotoW Csapeakeld'0u h!o'ri?irTjodo AtSd-aay COUNTY ELECTION. The Bolivar Bulletin, like moat other papers of Western Tennessee, insists that to this district the Conirressman for th Kta. at lr m.t b. l?l'lTORS APPEAL:-You will please- an - - w wMwrotu. jj nounce iny name as a cat Tlie BuiUtin, like its contemporaries of I "-nt h-y .unty in the low i next (ieneral Assembly of ti uie tt est, earueHuy aovoeaiew me nom ination of B. J. Lea. Mh. ArorsTCS Scheli, Ib chosen to the Chairmanship of the National Dem ocratic Committee. Iu vigor, intelli gence, high personal character and busi- rMrjoc, a tragedy in IBMaf n' reputation he is eminently fitted tor the posL ( I SKI AXa IIWB AMI WHIELEB. Mr. A. J. Wheeler was the ririncipal tleputy or office-manager, we believe, for Mr. Curry when this gentleman wa Sheriff. Mr. Curry had known Mr. Wheeler durimt the war, in Memphis, and the Radical SherirT was verj- fortu nate in assigning such a position to such a gentleman. Mr. W heeler properly ad heres to those who have served bub, and writes to correct a statemtnt to the effect that Mr. Curry was the t'oionel of a negro regiment. We douitt exceed ingly the wiadom of this denial, com ing from Mr. Onrry'a friend. If Mr. Curry had heen such a Colonel as we were told, kies he think the fact shameful or detrimental to his rep ta tkm? Doesn't Barbour Lewis inv ia l.ly urge the colored people to gv for t urn ' Will they do this when Curry's ex-Deputy or chief clerk rushes into tbe . -papers to deary thai at) a foul asper sion upon Curry's fair tame? Messrs. Shaw and Kennedy may make this iu ijUirv, addressed to their oeiored fallow- j citizens, ana auouid be answered. Mr. Wheeler should not have corrected tbe error. With saue, honest white meu it siruifiea nothing whether Curry com iiiaaded a negro or white company. Ii is enough to know that if be become Shads; Mcuiphi- must at once be sev er from the rest of the county before Curry reorganizes the County Court. Tbea Ha conve ntion will constitute ith its records, auother ttoct emtljf.- nianm. Make Mr. if the nosi ..K M il VIM. Colonel Faulkner, I 'resident Mississippi City and Memphis Narrow gauge road, as at tbe Peabody yester day. He has the whole of the iron re quired for his road; seven and a half miles of the track have been finished ; the whole will be completed within tbe month, and then he intends to celebrate an event which secures him enough road to Mississippi City, on the Gulf coast. He has two locomotives one of four, the othe other of six driving wheels. He has live passenger, and twenty or more of freight-cars, of ali descriptions, and one poatoftice car. When the road is evmfB will be invited logo over the narrow-gauge. It is not a Httie gratifying to know that the first edito rial article ever published in an Ameri can newspaper insisting that the Festi uiog railway was as well adapted to the iie.s-.-it;.- Ol th - arsciy-pop.diited South as to mountainous regions of Kui..e, appeared in the Appeal. It was this thai suggested to Colonel Kauiknei a way oi ew-.iv- for Ins people from evils of perfect isolation. The Philadelphia Proas calls the Dem ocratic candidate for President "the In dependent Editor, the Educator of his Countrymen, and the Pioneer in the cause of Liberty." And yet the Prent is ;ir Grant. Ftsk is dead, 8tokes is in jail, Murphy is driven from office, so is Buttertield, Jay Gould is ejected from the Erie rail road, and public justice now takes cog nizance of their associate, General U. 8. tirant. Governor Hadlbv says lie does "not if luxe Greeley qualified for the Pres idency." We have tried Grant and know he is not qualified for the office, and that's what's the matter. nounce my name as a candidate to repre- jranch f th. 4tate of Ten- nese; Hupjecl to the prlraury eleeiion of ihe ailli inst. J. W. ELl'BIDE. 1HEBEBY announce myself a candidate for Representative from Shelby county, outside the city, subject to the action of tbe primary meet l ng on the aith Inst. Jy7 H. D. GREER. WE are authorized to announce Simon W. Ore.cu iu a candidate for a soat in tin lower branch of the next lienernl Aembly of the ltate of Tennessee, from Shelby county, subject to the decision of the Democratic party at the primary election on the Jnn lu atani. Jy5 candidate to represent in the Lower House of K.OAMMO.N is sjhelhv i.'ouiity Ifuihiature. siibiect to the result of the primary elections to be held the 2Hth of July in stoat. Jyg For n B. SOMLRVELL, of Tipton, Is a candl- IV. dale lor tonKretnln tins Uisuipt ; sub jeel to the action of the Democrat! Ul: eonvention. strit rIX) toe voters of tile Ninth Congressional JL District: I announce myself a can.lidAe lor i ougreas in the Ninth Coneresilonal Dis trict ; subject to the action of the Democratic uonvention. J. J. Dt BOSK. K are aulhoriEcd to announce A. T. LACLV. Kso.. an ll candidate for Con- itress; subject to the HCliou of Democratic w Congrewioaal convention. r Cl'KRENT NEWS. the lead of every other : . - . wl, . 0 the Voters of the Ninth ConaressiouHl District Since tlie action of tne Demo cratic KxecutlveCoinmltteeol sliclbv ( (nml designatinit, as a mode of nominating a candi date for Congress, a primary election, to be held on the ailli July, I have received so many renewed expressions of the public desire that I should announce myself a candidate, that I mi no longer refuse. I announce myself, therefore, as a candidate for Congress, subject to the decision of the District Convention. Having been uppointed a delegate o tne Bal timore Conreuuou, I led It my duty to atteud, and therefore it will not be in mv power to be here 'wtween this and the election on the 2mh. My interests, therefore, must tie confided en tirely to the hands of those friends who desire my nomination. D. K BfcBAE. rpO the Voters of the Ninth Congressional X District of Tennessee 1 announce myseif candidate tor Congress, at the November sext. subject to a con' en Hon of the Democratic party. I solicit your suffrage at the primary elections, and the support of your delegates in convention. Resseclfullv. Jja . T. H. LOGWOOD. 1HKRFBY announce raysel! a candidate for Congress in the Ninth t ongresi tonal DIs- ' Lrict. subject convention. the actloii W. L, F. LOoNKY is a candidate lor subject to the decision of the c Convention. apis TlIK sTAKTLINfi K!.i'- J ury on Mr. Mclaii's j and the interview betw APPKAL reporter, creu meut. AU are auxioaw j ture of I hots voucher is eu titled to a credit , and four thousand dolla the figures. The peoph , facts. Mere assertion- this will not the Foe Stale Senator. SENATOR TWENTY -TH : RD DIS TRICT.-VHAKLKS LYNN is a caudl- Senator Twentyathlnl Uiiincl: sub ject to tne result oi tne pn ER Si TR1C for S Jeot to WE art authorised epresent Shelby. Fayette and Tlptou aunouace Juda ALVIN JONES, of Fayette, a cancli- thc State benate; subject u. Lhe AM a next the public him Sheriff, aud if Grand Jury have Wheeler were his chief elerk, he still eomueiisate Barbour Lewis for all services now being renilered, and tor which Colonel Curry is in debted to this eloquent uncom pressed bale of filthiest Radicalism Curry as Sheriff, even with Mr. Wheeler as his chief clerk, or deputy position which Mr. Wheeler is too good a citi.eii to seek woukl not only ooutrol each subsequent election in this county, fat with tbe powet of ribelby county in his clutches, make and unmake Cougresa ueu. There are men now toiling for itrry simply that he may lift them into gress. We write the above because 'M-igbbor suggests the propriety of noticing Mr. Wheeler's card it had Vieeu our purpose, because we esteem and those whose conduct ' would aci uuuiae. If the i committed any error, uo iujiisUoe, but will they wish to d take pleasure in giving credit by every dollar Mr. Mebean is entitled to. 8nt4i men are not capable of doing a wilful wrong. Mr. McLean s published card states that the books will he thoroughly examined at once, and that lie will make a publication at the earliest possi ble moment. Such a full statement from this source just now is eminently desirable The anxiety to know who has wilfully And criminally plundered tbe public, and bow much Las been ap propriated, grows iu intensity. Yester day the excitement was deep and wide spread throughout theesty. - Idaho takes American locality in the multitude of its beavers, and will come into the Union as the Beaver State. Tlie Chinese in California cram the stomachs of the fish they sell with old iron, so as to make them weigh well. The H .-a then Chinee over again. The German poet who describes the hfht between an alligator and a man, under a ualm tree, on the shore at I,k. d Memphis Erie, America, had a wonderful imagi- to Kipley on nation. The coffee planters of Brazil expect to realize ton million dollars profits ost of the tariff legislation of the last Congress. They must have been well represented in the lobby. The financial editor of the New York Herald to a joker. He says that the celebrated trotter "Goldsmith Maid " was fought with the gold Smith made on Black Friday Al Lock Haven, l'eunsyl vauia, a man has been discovered whose name is God dam. The Grantites will mention his name very frequently from this time till after the election iu November. Tbe Uavaunab K'pulUican has a Flor ida correspondent who writes " that the ludiiUis iu the Everglades refuse to free their slaves, and swear that Sheridan wUl have to ' ride the tail off everv horse in the army before they give up a j rY single nigger.'" During the present year England paid ' ruquaiui uv inenus m sneiby an twenty million three hundred and fortv- rV,u'M.1,t,ee ;"'.f, 'd.ld-t r mile, thousand five hundred aud twenty dollars to Russia for wheat, and only seven million seven hundred aud eighty one thousand five hundred aud fifty-one dollars to the United States. Not a few people there are who fancy that Macready is dead. The death of the great actor was reported, and his oi, unary was written, a lew years ago; but, in fact, he still lives, aud is said to : be hale and hearty. His age is seventy- nine, and his residence Cheltenham. juiguuvi. A man connected with tbe St. Louis Jottrtuil of Commerce wormed himself into the confidence of a Bank President, and paused a forged draft, upon which be realized two thousand two hundred aud sixty dollars, but has since come to grief, and will probably take lodgings in tne penitentiary of tho proiKisc" DUFF bowing that he "s. Let us have must know the in matters like It is due suit of the primary elections HEREBY announce mys to leoreseia Shelby countv of the .next Legislature, snbj natlug election, Saturday, Jul' Julys, 187. j ile ol Shelby, Fayette a ve to the action ot 'onventlon of Tipton Conn Uiis district In the uext subjeot to the action oi tbe t vention. PKYTT Stale Senate In the My. subject, to the re- CUlltb loml- ELECTION NOTICE. ON THCKSDAY, THE lsr DAY OF AU guitue.xt dl being the first Thursday of August, 1872,) I will open and hold an election it .11 the voting places established by law iu the countv ol Shelby io elect a Sheriff for Shelhv county; a Chancellor for the Second Chancery t onrt of Shelby county: a county rniMee;'a Tax -Collector, and n Tax Collector on Frivileges for Shelby county, two Consta oles for the Hill Civil District, and one Con stable for each of the other Civil Districts in Shelby county. Also, for hue of '.lie Judges of the Supreme Court of the .State of T. nnes seo, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the res- ignatiou ol lion. i. a. it. .veison. Also, lor -chool Commissioners where icancies exist. The loilowlng Judi:- have ueen appoinleil y lhe County Court of Shelby county, and I reby appoint tlie following Commissioners aud t .eras to c.old sai.i election in tneir re- -.peotive districtsand voting plac. Poll rolls will oe furnished by mc at the County Courtroom on the day preceding the election. First District ftt (:nimi Academy. Judges J, D. Stewart, .1. W. .regg, H. H. Drown; Commissioner, W. W. lucka-ou; Clerks, Jesse Miller and Ii. M. Thomas. Heoond District. Judges Cham. Jones, J. A. I egon and A. D. Hunter; Commissioner, W. 11. i oi k ; Clerks, 8. P. Logan and J. A. Corliet. Third District Roiton s Store. JudgesIt. F. Duncan, W. W. Donglierty. T. L. Mcuhee; Commissioner, W. T. (iolbsby; Clerks, James P. Brown anil R. tioldsby. Fourth District Ohl rnion Church. Jndge-T. L. (Jlles, J. 1!. Hincs, and E. Irby i 'onim issloner, it. Uay; Clerks, J. M. Frame ! and Holier! augtian. Fifth District Uta Springs. r Judges W. H. Ike, B. B. Barnes and W. B. NVuidran; Commissioner, tieorge Mellersh; Clerks, Ike Rosser and V. Lonsdale. Sirth District Rtileigh. Judges W. 11. Monciiet, H. B. W'ilUford and J, W. King; Commissioner, W. F. Price; 'lerks, W F. Allen and John Samuels. ofcrciKA DlstriH-BartlctU JudgetE. W. Caldwell, i :. A. Rose and W. ( inllaway ; Commissioner, B. S.Taylor; lerks, Daniel Shelby and C. W. Priddy. Eighth District Wythe DejMt. Judces-S. D. Avdlett. R. I! Hays and J. L. Cody; Commissioner, J. W. Herring; Clerks, ) . r. Atariey and Ivcnnett oarrett. Eighth District Log Union. Judges C. B. English, J. B. Home and John K. .irtrting: Commissioner, H.T. Bragg : Clerks. S. L. Herring and J. IL Ala! -ens, Xinth District- -FislierrWc. Jges M. L. Williams, J. F Oranberry and D. A. Harrell : Coniuiissionei , A. J. Fletcher; Clerks, D. V. Leake and H. Field. Xinth District -at L'ckUn'x. Judges Robert ICcklin, W. Ii. Alien and J W. Allen; Commissioner, . L. Maxwell clerks, W. G. Allen and J. A. Cole. 7n(i District Fori; it Hill. Judges W. T. Bet Its W. M. Perkins anil K1 siee; Commisslouer. JI. Scott; clerks, It. J ' ash and L. H. Perkins. 7V-nA District ColticrriUe. Judges J. M. I'lemnung. S. I'. Mangum and W. Hill; Commissioner, ii. W. Reed; Clerks, J. W. Koen and w. . isiggs. Eleventh District (t:nuunlowii. Judges W. H. Myrick, a. C. (iarviu and J. C. Callls; ( omiulssioner, c A. Khoailes; Clerks, W. Carter aud A. i . Coruellus Tutlth District Oakiiltc. Judffio Dovel Plerson, X. F. Lamesler and aud W. H. Nelson; Commissioner, R. H. Pear son: Clerks, J. reran and n. a, Klain. Twelfth District At Runtiin's. Judges. W. A. Dun lap, C. C. White, A. !.w-ci-s: commissioner, W. D. Cannon; Clerks'-'. A. Cboute, J. -Means Thirteenth District A uoU's. Judges W. H. Hot-gel, B. II. Anderson. W. A. Raines; ' ouinie-Monct ', r. i . tcitit;nsoii Clerks R- T. Pollard, Chas. smillu Fourteenth and l illnnth li Incls. Appointments made iu the City Wards. Sirtecnth District Albert piki Masonic Ixlgi .In, lire- Dr N. C. Perkins J. t.rahain. .1 Mason: Commissioner. C. L. Brooks: Clerks, J. C. Mill, A. J. wrooBs. Seventeenth District McCounelTi Chmreh Judges T. 1. Massey, A. C. Roaik, s. A. Atin"; Commissioner R. R. Stone; Clerk-, !. K. croso auu :iumiiviww., CITY ' HETIPHI!. First WanlXnyiuehouse Main Street. Judges J. Ii. Edmondson, John Cunning ham, Tatrick Kearn: Commissioner, Jani.-s Newsom; Clerks, E. H. Francis Michael IFNell. Second WardEnginehouse, Poplar Street. Judges W. Chase, J. Cameron, M. E. Coch ran; Commissiouer, Peter Towusend: ' lerks. K. s. .io, i nomas jsciveou. fTiird HVrrd Engine houss. Corner a Adams STATE FAIR. THE TENNESSEE STATE FAIR. INSURANCE COMPANY Of St- Louis. V. it. BRITIO., JOHN M. HAKMEY S. W. LOMAX ." ice-President ) C. t. Secretary l N. J. N ..General Agent Attorney Policio Issued oil Desirable Flans chabos-B per day and MB per month. Joi J. T. WILSON, -superintendent. A Tirfinis Moutua letntt. THB M-TSSIEIT WHITE StlPHUS SPRIHOS. JtojrrtrOJtERT vovxzr, va. rpms deJlahtfnl summer retreat will be A. opened for ihe r iiuitas QS Tit tors oa JUNE 1st, 172. It is situs. ci in the -r-r hapt ,f , 1,a A T LKWHAJfY MOUNTAINS. only sm mm a haif miles from the Atlantic. Ulnlaiw and Ohio Rallrtnd. vud is accessible bar meaaaofa horse-car railway from BIG TUNNEL DE P T. . nde of ten mlnuua. it IN WltiunONE illtCRSA Hnnrf other watering-place and small towns. several springs ttMiipnur, Chalybeswe i-imesLouej su.uu unrivauvs for virtue. An exnerleneed I 'iWwin. I ttwt. have been seen red, and many Improvements Its , acat a r SSI ... a : ssav siiop'.'ih -, iouse!di Saw aileys, beautiful Croquet Gr are added to Ibm natural i venieeesof the place. Excursion tickets from Memphis to gomery White, via Memphis ami ill limaa mini June it, sa 75. Terms only $40 per month. For further partlcnlars address my i sort THOMAS WILSON. Prop'r. CRAB ORCHARD SPRL8, KBSTVCHT. IT'ITI-,!. aceommouatloMs .-!ilar-.i i M.M proveu. RENEWABLE TERM INSURANCE Terms Board, Jlti per week to July 1st. u per week lor July and Aug. Children and With the abil m servants, alf-price. Ity and determination to rings second to no CASH I'K:fIl MS, WILL BE UlSTBIBVTEII ..MONO 35,000 TICKET -HOLDERS At the Stale Fair Grounds at NASHVILLE, OCTOBER 4. Tickets, $8. THK Hoard of Manaffein ol tbe Siat Fair tak plfa-surt) in commend In k ini iil-urai :ur;ins;tnie!i tocn.'zens i;tnrraily wirougmmt tiie Htate. ht Awards will be made as follows : 1 Flrnt (irand Cajh PremiTojn. SlSOWi i -c"im -jrniiu i ;wi jrrenu tira ... 1 CaMi Premium , ,. ,-, 1 1 L-ii Premium , I Caeh Premium 1 Cash i'u-Miinm ..... L fit Premium I ('ah Premium .aM I i Cash Pr'iiiiumH.fMMreach, Is :it Cash Iremiums, ') wic h , i oi) Cuti Premiums, 020 each. Is . Cash Peminius. $10 each, t.M. ".t.-ii Premiums. Sotach.ln .... Fxr information and circtdars apply to Branch. Office, 39 Madison St., Memnhis. To good Agents the most desirable territory and terms will be glv -n. HOTELS. FRANKLIN mm 1 200 lJMO 1,500 100 ,VCi Premium.s, amounting to Wo,UOO This enterprise being legal, the awards are lwin he done open i y, hon--, at the Fair Grounds, on sure to be mad on. oly and rtie ith Octc HOUSE Mini ai -a1TMV TENN. tronageot "outh Iik ation .-.is hours run from LuuisviIIomi the Knox , i lie Branch of L. and N. It. ll. Correspondence is invited with thine cn- I gaged in educational pursuits, with a view of i-sahllihliai a Jraasaie H-niaiy at tksss ; Springs. i.enerai mis. u. Tayior Is In charge of tbe otnoe, and will exert hlmsslf to a-ar tte .-ouifort and welfare of iror guests. SHBLBY iX Tiii HIKU Proprietcra, Jng Shelby Cliy. Boyle county , Ky . WHITE SULPHUR SPRIJrOS, Greeabrier Coanty, West 71r?;laia, LTKBAT1VK W.vTEIlS lie imtrouage. u-e now above tide-water. Jir ; entire relief ! Capacity lorPjo ' ClAMIS per .lay and 480 per month ot JO 1 days. GJ. L. PETTOW CO, " Proprietor. HOTEL. THIS HOTEL HAS BKED ELEGANTLY RKFITTKD AftD ENTIKELT BFPURSISHED, and is now one of the riuest Suiuuier ItestntH in t he state. Good attendance is warranted. It in Convenient to the Celebrated Springs. Uie waters of whioii are of world-wide reputation. BOARD PER MOIffTH, 40 OO. SV For further information apply to Appeal. T. W. HDLAHUttt, Frwprlelor. THE NEW WAfifiEN HOUSE McMinnville, Tens.. SIS large and commodious Hotel, contain ing rirty two rooms, has juat bat, ssaa- , aim is now oeing newiy ana eiecantiv iiixl. It will be readr for the nStfbin of visitors by the 20th of June. Using located in lhe "Mountain District " of Tennessee (by many called the - Switaer- 'anu m merica , i is atl vantages 1872 ! SUMMER TRADE 1872 HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL. vV holfSil o Dealers rounding scenery is beautiful, the air pure and bracing; the fare will be excellent, and sulphur water of the finest medicinal charac ter will besuppiieu tresh every morning. To those having larailies, it may not be im proper ro stale that McMinnville contains good schools and churches; and the teacher of Music, Drawing and Painting resides in the uo'.ei. railway to all parts Eeinu ease of iceess hv rn. of theisountry; iiaving dailtcomruunlcatton wim ail tne world by mail .mil t 'leing epl -siu. pnvat ways ges A. D. OilisoD. M. D. L. Stewart, J. rbour; Commisslonei rs. '. Atlee; Clerks V THE . la re sponse to the call of many loading citlseus the State, I hereby announce myself as a ' -iiiuoiaate lor j wage of tike supreme couri. made vacant by thsrewj. : Hon. T. : next. Morrlstown, Tmaessee. npO j 1 spouse ssioa of a popular de- wsJppPnd innuential to conSM my action in the matter, 1 hereby an aouuee mjrsell a candidate for lie office ol luugsof the Supreme Court, mailt vacant by the resignation of Bon. T. A, K. No.son. Klec- in August next. March 11. iwa. J. B. COOK. ml, 12 1 K.AKVLY M,VTIiES is the Democratic usi isi which uie c-liv or ros- : on Prlvilegae. 1S ton was the 'itrfeutlnut, which has been -- ; on the court records for upward ot a Tm otaaty Ta i 1 Meal si jiiairer oi a ctutury, aim ou which tuore fi EOBGK R. POWELL i the liemocratic tnati one hundred thousand dollars have JT nominee for lax-Coliector for sholby gates to the eoDVeation wffl no soon Mr. Wheeler so highJ, not to refer to) hioh th it; but fearing that the APPEAL ought be . lee i uv. i capable of lining him or Curry an intoDtiouaJ v. 10144. this apology for an unfounded allegation is freely tendered. forget the warm and gt The city waslgaiUint lerous hospitality Hi the week, and j 1 which could the citi7-?ns uf Tiuiii in holiday dress dt nothing was left it contribute to the comfort and pleasure of it guests. The festival of the reeoncili atkrn of the Jionh aad s-sjth could have found no more autirouriaL- ik WILLIAM P. DAY la a candidate for Coun ty Trustee. Having flUed tbe office of Trustee for many years, I would announce to i : my old friends tin.: I am again a candidate for the same position. My previous fidelity In ; office will be my guarantee in future. Jy2 baeti exiendei 111 counsel fees alone was gu The New York Tribtm says the dele- ! the otbT aeUfed. by each of the par- I mti nml b.mcery our.. nee suuirir Uie OlUer mUI'lCI. P. WALKSR is the Democratic Hndd I VbJe, driver of tbe Uueen of ! 9 nominee for the offlce of Judge of the taautb Maid, ha ssah. moama coes-wiry os-uv ju challenge, offering to trot his :11111st either Dex ter or Joe Elliott. Mr. Bonner, the owner of the feat two horses, will not accept the challenge, as he has deter mined aot to place any of his horses on the public track hereafter. The following; pathetic note was picked up on a Datihury. Connecticut, street: "Dear Jane 1 nope you ain't mad because 1 did'ntUft at you when you lafft at me last evening at the post office. 1 ain't prowd, dear Jane, but 1 ti ne gut a bile under my arm, and 1 r as 1 usi to as heaven ts my .aii.--.mri.is.wili tell a isuufullv different n... e ; 1 . -tuuge. lours amy, tteury." ' .v? " "u w,ujr 01 A writer from Louisiana says : -What 1 !nuan uazettt. impresses me, among other things, in ' Judi i. Burl J. A. J. Smith and C. C. Curtis. Fourth Ward Madison Street lew Secotul. Judges K. J. B. L. M'ynn, X. Hill, J. Buch inan ; 1 'ouinilssioiier, I. f . Carl w right : Clerks, W. W . Gilbert, .1 nines Martin. Fi,lth Ward County Court Building. Judge-e-N. J. Wiggin. W. H. Kader, W. P. Martin; Commlavioiier, W. W. toleman: Clerks, Uarney Coleman, John Crouau. Sixth WardRnioks's Stable. Judges-J. M. Hewi tt, J. AV. SmHh, N. AV. Muller; Commissioner. J. Halstead; clerks, J. G. simith, J. C. ilaseletL Ssventh WardEnginelumin DcSoto Street. Judues H. n. Dent, A. I. White, Patrick TwohvSj CoininlKsiomi., T. U. Normenl; Clerlfs, U. l. Midgett, W. S. llrown. Eighth Ward' Poplar Street Market House. Judges-si. L. H. Taylor, V. B. Lucas, J.imes Dolau, Commissioner, F. J.Sannoner; Clerks, F. '. Holt, iv.ipji. Isvy. Xtnth Ward Corner 0 Fou&h and Auction Judges A. C. Uettls, Jacob Bmst, L. D. Grant ; Jommlaioner, J. 1). Danbury : Clerks, W. 2. Mitchell, Frank Hainer. Ward Missis. ippi House. Judges- J. H. Kmitb, A. H. Morrill, J. L. Hharpe; Commissioner, Tlionim Fleming; ttlerks, F. X. Mulhaupt, James Itounds. Commissioners will please make prompt returns to me at the ountv Court Booms. and mechanical In w Mien of Nashville are en be used in improving the to develop the agricultural crests of the state. IN"! H. williAms, HIHaM VAUGHN, THUS. ' 'HA DWELL, Board of Managers. For further information, apply to General Tic BOBY, iar street. AGENTS KOB MEMPHIS- JOE XiOCKS, News Dealer, 2Hf- Main street. B. FRANK MOORE, C-orne-, Madisou :jud Kroal streets. ALT. ATT LINE. ALLAN LINE TO AM) ; FKOM LIVERPOOL, BALTIMORE AUD NORFOXiK. One of the steamers of this fit st-class line will bo dispatched as follows: . - From L'pooL From Baltimore NK-TORIAN July Hi ASPIAN .Inly Is August 7 i'EBl VlAN...AugnM 16 Sept'r i A id every 14 days thereafter, and often er Passengers t'orwaided to and from all the principal places in England, lreland,Hcotlaud, France, Uerinany, Norway. Sweden and Den- tniu k, trom or to any part in the Southern and WiT.lern states. The cheaiiesi and liest route to Southern and Western state. For passage or further Information apply to DOXOHO A KI'LKLEY, General Southwestern Agents, .-; aa BOOTS, SHOES fc HATS No. 329 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, Hare just received Larare Additions to their Stock, which is now complete, and soitabie for the season. We solicit the trade ot HERCHA7TTS ON !.Y. Goods on orders f-uaranteed to suit. 1, healthful -am any hotel in the transient guests will al v Warren House" a most and attractive summer .'ionic Terms per month Terms per week Terms per day ti. H. MAriON. tt FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. LIVERY AND SALE STABLE. ons. Carriages and Hacks on the 1 able terms. Also, a daily Stan line from Mc- Minn.iiie to iieersiieha ror the Uou of travelers, which will tion with the railroad. CarefnJ UNION FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP. CUBBINS &; GUNN, Nos. 160 and 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tennessee, Mauufaoturors of IWI-ao t j-rtiex'y , Steam Engines, Haw Mills, Grist Mills, Shafting, Couplings, Pulleys, Hangers, Boxes, eta and trusty dclea, when let i HIN. COTTON GIN. NOTICES. AGBICUL' Cotton Presaas, Cotton 1 Segments, Gudge 1 uinns. Columns, Lintels, Sills, Gratings and Venti- I -.., - AU klawiH ol Mtea-ausmt Work Orders for Brass and Iron Castings and all kinds of Wrought-! HOI HK WORK. Sills, lira ators, etc. promptly. n Work solicited. i V L. JL. ETT STEEL BRUSH COTTON SIN V The 1 nail ties of this Gin are equat, if not mmmtm to that of any .in now manu factured, producing a sample of cotton that wul command fro.u V- iu lc per pound mora In our market than cotton ginned upon any other Gin. It run- tight an Price, SS per saw. For sale by j il 4MtiX.I. WATERING PLACE. UTHEENMADE BatrrM THE METALLIC BAL1X0 8500 Xj&'U.Celox'cLAXo County, iLlalo5ma.. til is r-i:ltatd W :.tcrijifc l.-.c it from the same tn lem time tiiau break tiie roll uor struct loll a till DOt a by Steam Kmime ami , made by Talbott a Sons, Richmond, Virginia, for sale. These engines, with the I el lit im- i Ol Ml' CAi- thlf Union street, Memphis, T June HHh, PCS. lrd interest In will be forced 1, as well as hy i ing with ties Appeal office, HLMHEftf. Jul Lands Forfeited for Taxes Since 1865. AM this da: forfeited t r itm. lncln eeiv,. all ipt of tbe list of land ,te for tazes since the I am prepared to r- . 'oininission.j tlittv. Ock exohaugd from all uusntrs of Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Tti.net- j the beautiful border capital. see and Texas, proclaim the uutsjuall-.sl 1 ., ..vee'li'iu of lhe erotv-. Th. iu.t-.r- . .f , . . in . . . i. , . s-" - 1 1 i i-rn. win .ieeii 1 turret up every "liw-e. the com ill week, if we art not greall.v go. Mcp in Merklinii ..1 its vicinity I hv' ii.isL.keu a w uteenects r ,oiracte.l and put a head on it. hi anv r"V " A WOODWARD Is tbe Democratic nomi A.. nee for the offloe of County Trustee at the ensuing August election. ju2S r HKU, 1 dent sheiby I by County. June 2ft, 1ST. Hi announce myself a an ludepen l andldate for County Trustee of ONE HUNDRED LOTS FOR ATiTB. T HAVKiust tlnlshiHl laying ir another por Kievtion A.lgu THO lion of my horn oad, just outside o the line of the sire, lots. All lay well, ai lots. Would invite 1 place on the Hernando Ltv limits, and on sold In Shelby county since that dale, Inelu- . Those claiming iauus lornuie-j since t date may redeem them on liberal terms, per act of the recent Legislature. Those u do not redeem within forty days from e, will have bills Hied against them, as the rpHK HOTEL at X, 1 lie A aters are an l -M-pli. Hlw ils. Springs. oroveineiiis have taken the premium over all 04 have been exhibited. thet i.anils uromptiy tilled. skillful ginright. Address Mem fairs Gins repaired By a iphis, Teun. a la now open lor the rsecpUon of . hi aling power over Dropajr, Set of the and Kiehaey-. The 1 wek, the air orating and pure, the 1 loi.les. Dancing, and all the fash le afford the best of Country Pare. Ploreuce. Stage Line nine miles Board, per day, til; per week, 115; For further Information, circulai per month, JfiO. 3, etc., address KLL1S at t'O., H. A. "IMIIM . H. ., lalw Agent for Daniel Pratt. Talbott Sons COTTOKiirS PEBFECTED. S a 1 rui OMETHI! 1 bB .tt AND QUEENSWARJE. PATTO.N A.NDERSOU, Rev. Com. S. C. Offloe So. 19 Circuit C ourt Building, cornel Union and second streets. jus lit BOIS COTTOS UlJi. K Lloyd, Clarke IMPORTERS AND & Co., nif-mo lirwfii y ; speaks for itself DU Bt B. U. 1 tviidaw 1 and 's anil . One will be 1 this week: ln J. K. Du Bois. 1 with us for ten eiptainias Us . This is the listory, and has , from time to O., Mobile, Ala. a CO., Agents, iu (to. a. LW HFEOVEB UL IN ESULT OF FOI perience in gin of cotton planters a k P. CtlKKY announces himself as an In A . dependent candidate (or re-elecMou to the oflta of Hberiffof Baelea. county. Klec- i n real estal liank. So ivorahle ten Jy J. M. 1'ltciV l.NL, hi Madisou street. Jylt INE YEARS' EX ing. The attention :Ursia respect ft iliy the Du Hols (iln at Vance and causey it., at 4 pan. Mr. J. .ul paj the highest tntlty. Call at RAlU 4 VX).S, il and Seed Store, und STs MaiU street. CHINA, GLASS AND QUEESSWiRE, 821 X&iitti srtxeet 8 31. Unrivaled for light draft, fast ginning:, cleaa- iag of seed sad sample. Prist M 1 BKOOJLS" COTTOK The most convenient, substantial and popular ins- In oaa. Price .MM, complete ; wlttamt boa. tarn Unr ajts Pass Uitabawtbbd. We are aaw nulvlnit Large fSUieli of lAHOJl PATENT -S-tklAI I.IKII WARKH-TWr plat m An IU1P-II UI.AJW JAR wim Hire and Tin Tata, at TIKI LOW riMIA TAYLOR, IftftM Ci CO., Wa. Ii Mo.sKoli