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3, MMPBgPJpLY 4-PFj5A.r,----FBIPA-Y, ATJ&XTST 8, 1873.
IMI1 F I'll) AY" NOUMNU, Al i. S 1853. VI KOINIA POMTItW-TlIK AMEMCAX snnn iar jus wk The canvass ? ?mrn2&mViEii State offieore in VirBinlafLas openak 11.141. mrti-irtviwuunat-filxong ilnkate and 5(5jbate6tiU!,lA.fin lrfttorneas. It was decided .in Washing. lott that It. W. Hughes should be the BadlcaUtfatHlWat, SIHl-UlilClPgaKft n mill Wrt r niSTRBCTIOsS' HEwfontEARS. (rive BO fill In Undemigcaptlon, "A ffid Bfra.'tho mfich, woulSS 'exert pmselveIMb New York JTcrald says:" - extend the clrMatiorr fff'tho-AWKAiAk llfnrunln I l.l 11 n..i i i n.. 1 v Jt is said that the Inscription "fbrsale." making all their customers subscribe, as lln, an OldcxJnfTwutciWiRifflniiscciH uugu nuiuui. an um iiajiiij jviiuvi uo i, ,r j rr.. thousand houses' and stores In New Or- by m,ghtj thfr ww aoT fl Plca(lln?. leans. TIfanedttle of Now Orleans and honor and do the city audits trade iu- nf TifHlislftna hlivn twin Inn VlUHV for UlO I flliltn irvl( A p.llv'n U'nnlHi. nrnirrnac. C? V i llrf ' . r . : -. . i - i' "tj. -- i s i . t S 1 . J55 . "riaKSalirn?. last seven or eicht years with their party inMia. nnhiin nirit. mnraiH .md i.inr. Kaw-lliuo Law and Facts 'o Shakes 'iiXTTfTMs flinit. tiLflmtlonnrl flMit.nvor I ' - - . 1 I a it h r?n v muSTattn. , condition, wKth'errpr6lfftrLiu1ms"l:u: uoaio&nv otner Dusiness. me couise I'w v ivwurt, "oiw- empty Rouses land stores in ipecommer- temper and -character .or WlUrr ,,ml,l Jhnt lhoKnw York "D"D'C"- Ba ,,v.. .Vwb. - v banners. cotton-factors and.Eomm ssicur craiM occupied soliigh a position in i . Inlscenccs of 'Hcst' In the lVorlil" AVhat he Knowsjof tlift' Old Masters of"'Tcnnessec's jacksou. Scricr, itoanc, aufl ithe An- Commission Merchants " COTTON FACTOEB --AKB- Sfcfi i-Ionf. llnnk-Salari (Jralr and Orablicrs An fi'ritcr cstiu? Taper. Occasional CorresiWliilSIitri I - riet court, ttWavydidurnedi aftera v.jk-f Pu-i.i f,llHi,,n,(r.t, a,,i.i of Itfres weelis prettvuiy work. ..'Ti i - i f I H..i 14 .1 , . .... . UWnt.HUWJ'HM I VI 1 IQl are to evade tnouuui.anasuu less ... HmmWnu. iot'ihVrrtVialEnlv county. Jndefe Hardin Hart.T5r6flidIne. Vir'f0' " 'Sdtajwtt upon deadbeats, thoawspapi lonSMhrthliirthe above paragraph iJ' '51. rmf-S?? " T WWi, - ' i l thieves and borrower?, nucsmaKeMaj -s lue.caujvmeui cwn Bf," mfirchanU and farmers of-tliSlntcrior, rerresentoUOn.t'Usvety weu.to.con-i ,m whom ,,1 uemn'O people because mey uo noi near iwiltSk perfect patience an intolerable yoke, fmposed.byjs.trangers and tlneves, througK thewtereiillon' of savages; j but when these people are so humiliated by poverty, robbery, insult and wrong-that-would absolutely stulUfy thernselvcSnand agree on paper to be- they cprrespgnujr.caueri tbe Apiveai. wo womu uiko niiuiue pleasure In serving those who will thus serve us, and in, serving u3flerveiinostiW the city welnliabiU - . , . 1 ? ' ? erence to our article on anrtouS bends-'itSHasreresaive -steps, the IJcrald leads the.way;and in everj- city on the clobe the story must be bruited SUrpau Uiat New Orleans owes uesoja uonani selfish? pwn people".' But one-monosyllablo in !decaylo the inherent vices and reed, for ofllce"'and gold of its fV 1. llntlKAllllAMT nit jl WUr' Hoi nniMke ole3f their Iffinsterlmcg mil. .m HKwlWS !k nS snwilr J1H1C i. C J " " - L -...j but a jHiwerfol writer, and he will rely ntore ou bin pu than his eloquence. TooBraedjftYte'fftqt that YirMaiaxat th laaiUIto&iieMaflcTeution c&tLhcr! vote for Gtauit, the Radicals arc san guiue of sweess.' ' But if tho cs&serva tiv6 harmouise in support of their nom iuees, they will achieve au easy and certain viotery The Radical pafty in Virginia is oomposcxl mostly of negroes Out nt oo hundred and twentv thou sand Itallieal vtitbe list iUiS'jginla, it is safe to say that one hundred thou sand will come from the colored voters. As the negrasAirjIsh;nearlyaU. the. Radical atrengUi, they claimed the right of nominating one of their own race as a JMhiMir , "But "the ST: white wkat iec lt, and the colortoj! raca was studiously ignored by a con vention, which exhibited the injustice of requiring Um awoea ts doiaUrthfrotlng witbont securing any portion of tlio honors and spoils of ofQce. In this tnu rnriintltnfgnn and low trash that con stitute tbe white Radicals of Virginia have nretfeBaed too much on the stwf ity of Um colored man. Their rapacity has betrayed them. Tbeir insatiate greed for office eawee a monopoly; Iirs iuenired indignation and discontent ainoac those bv whose votes alone the oftteae are to he attained. The negroes see that the proposed diviwpii; of the sooils means uUiat they are fo do the votiiir. and carnetbaecrers to fill the oftieen. It is theioKl -etory of the Ip dian and the white mau dividing tha fruits of a hunting expedition. "X will take the turkey, and you may: take the crow," said the white man, 'or you may take the crow and I'll take the Uirkeyf 'It undparenpugh," sal tlw'1WMled IlflhSBT'Jilt srtmehow (LfRirrisr those who ruled the nepro. and case "01 yon lMLVen't' said nufkey to riarIlW-i.nr0rLs of the whites have Leon to Orleans never was more healthy than it once." The Radicals are beginning to ion of itfres weeks nrettvbusr Our dl-trict is composed of the counties .Dallas and- this ixarranij Jf jtaasmueh r;o. 3 co Fitoxx street, MEMI'IUS, : : : : . TENXKSSEE llannfaeturers' Agents toeiha ,iaiPitvE wi.sira GJA a I 1irt.1.t. r i il.4 llnr nrt.l Ali.nn f6i?f corigre'ih jaHJ! -irrah.HaS'1 .tee It termed, "r... '.ifL. rfU? "ZTZ. .TT. , IIo ia an Old Texan of the strictest sect, Houston, Jbanuiu, ana can regaie old.tlmo Texas itofifc?. He-has been on the beuou a rentr-or two" before, and has been in the Stale senate moie than onco. . 1,1 i i . i i . 1 , w .. .1 1 . , I I nj-hts, v lifKJil'ins. the recent act! to thfl "salarv-i is belli tr discussed by you and others, 1 1 ?i per saw. Fully warrant!, liaye concluded to submit a fpw facts for Brooks' Improved KeTolTiugSerewPMSS the calm reflection of yourreaders, upon TlN ituMv- ccMratci mn-x. vn Brwent to a similar case, nui noi nail so.oujbuiiuii- i we puunc greauy iroprcveu in conTenieaoe, nMn. Win ftntltrfteBf'thtrUniteU States whlen we feel a.wrI wHI inert tally the oflS15.16 passed what- was- known as ?amh 01 ' t-.immn:n.llnn law ' tJinrptivnlinnir. I waxier a aieam tnt'inu. ine&tato senate moie man onco. e , n , r nViiiPtit'of lt nni- i mmpie, dpmwo, are, nd orenptes hat was a consistent Union man during the f.l Rlttk.JttbIM'' war, for winch lie was rewaruw uy a fln!nrvrrt, . , 10U(I d 0 a'ra BM aE. ; ' n u...,,.. ' T,.t, tcnut) inan r?overnnr in tne mace no - y . v. uuvj w. xuuaum f:..T:,r 7r. j ... -.i.... ,jtnuirr. me Ainericau iwoine, uuvjuk sin.m n,ftno. Thl cnL'lrlf.TO lone and favorably known In thu Miulli, hol-.u weatlflijiproveU.uot ouly Irr mutprlal. tmt worttnmnrtjfTi. It rxMuewen all the povvt-r necfR ry for tbe neaviefit work. raiiy warranvea. r v.. itt if If t rt r maTio hA nrn iriA Trt TnTOr tn ttlft n .. nnmranrii,onllmWcrrm'retin.l SQT Send for areolar. Jy30 IIU1U VO il hlib AX4VU'Vk,o auua uiii-.jv. vj but so far as my memory serves me the only member re-elected wa3v John itneft. of Jiast lenneisee; and ino only one from Kentucky was ilenry Clay. both by meacer- uiajorities, and in Mr. Clay's cate, by great exertions of himself and friends, with a constituency devotedly attached to turn. The oppo sition to this measure extended to all the States of the Union with a like result, and the consequence was the re- ust cmerjred from it war With Great Tin. TCirrAT.T.. BPprpfnrv nf tlio hnnrrl I .i. ..nl! , j.t.. .'.!..,.. i.. i,i.. , . j r IUO IJU1IUUU UUU3 ilKWUDbUlUl ill lw I 11, -I- uaitivo and proud alarmed at tnisi e i.i . i ii. i : r I i - i r i . . i i . TT. '- I oi ueauu, yesieraay caueu ou, au -1 jtisirict, ana k is clmutre. and were not alowirr Jetting iU the "ye I0W.6-; supporters know their feelings. I have COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. .aome the social eouals of these thieves I . .. . ,.. z flued as Daw Crockett himself. In 1S05 anMf enslaves, it is shameless or tlie ' , " , X i i l klux, so-called, fell aboard of ami on ex siave. health-officer of New Orleans.llio latest him.and deprived him of his rlcht arm: ucraia 10 auu . i w .uju. fof tho week up to and inciusive of 0lc ,et 'wlth his left he continues to hold AU ovr the world, whiUiersoevercivill-t t t. iu which we Uloft the scales of justice in n style, find one death fromyellOW.fever..;Thert though pecuUar,'vetaU apeehe is in- , , , , .r.v ,, ( Corruptibly honest This being the case, is nothing unusuaMrl this, nothing on theanrJer aIld styje be ignored. which to base even a supposition for the The plan of Texas pleading is charmingly anticipation of an epidemic There, is simple. All manner of suits over one hardly a week or a seasorX.of any year; UST? - . , 3 ,c V1""" . .. , . iS-Ja1? trict'eourt and are decided by a jury, law when there fa notone or more cacfoS V(, itybeiD blendeiL you get at aiferichvocabu,aryofUiemothe,tongned nan nronerlv characterize such an asser- . . . ..i ... hhnuinrr fnr pnntlniinrA. T ip wnni per aieni. x was tnen a citizen oi wuat y .'Mt-, ... r.i.-.n.m joemic. we personally Know iu f- air irtlv "pntorwZ T?v 1S nt 5?.!? ?s M UUle Tennessee, ana At. 10 cuuumu." j """'J , MA raAirlinr. I j j - 11 VAfOI I lKlTl hilt, hftltl fT TlrtW w i mannpr oi flTPAnnt?. v!innucreirartitoLiir i . ----- " . . . . valuaof the artiole. sends to thenanl- nSnE .""e" io mingle m (.i.II.m .f nut lau tl.n.i Inn muin nunc, i icuuuc wuiun uu mjr uivuiujj ITlTTltlY AUTTl H ft 77 S O Art dfigW'forofliceandpIunderinNew UAAIKUa UU, Orleans, but they whose property is Je- . . -t 'ul summer nights ana enjoy tne south-1 """,, w""Z""Lr""r 1 ' ' J . lot nn fltno liiwn TChnt it mwi tnlifl in Jii. , I we are dnttincr. The last act oFeonpTp'ji . . ... " i i urn iirw7Pi vt r 7 ' rii T r i np r ) : f vf irx iipiiifvi . t J a 7?. ' Si SbSpT : r rr t 1 Z OEKflBDS S. ISfllf II On anil alter MONDAY, JULY 2StIi, mil olfcr our Magnificent Stock of I partnership Xbr tbe pnrpase of conduct- tog whmesa!QrcwTand Cotton Kaotorago anew, at ro. 215' Kront streel. under trie arm naiaoi IlTJII.tX D, OlfAIIAK : CO. W. C. RUTLAND. C. C. GRAHAM. K. T. FHEHJIAK. J. J. b'HOBJIAKER. 'You 1 , A An Z h .J i 17 "'", therew no epidemic, and everybody lte!" True there have been "quarrels ., ... lu iu-h&. . W. f. ROTr7.n. of Taylor A Itatlond. C C Pft. Mechanics ATraders RIl. E. T. Itjbbmak. late with TbtIot dc Kullancl. J. j. Hhoemakek, late with Siew&rt, (Jwynno .... .... 41... 1.. I fc HUiC UIVU II b A v u .v .jirf . tSedfc.5"d JS. S?rlv r. violencelforothalperiod. Eventfengh u 1 .i .:u. tr, nv ti, rniariiK me pay oi me j-xesiueut, mem these foul conflicts. It was War- " T 1 Zl " ben of MDgnas and olber offlditatu motto rinK of desperate thieves, -?e"0! tnoZutZ. T w ',. X .na X """nous amounts, and mroecfitc at orKelloggis,ofhighwaymenwhorobbedlwmelv"uf;veau71""u 5s jnerte, is like a huge tTTn I i- WHOLESALE GilOCESS At Closin-ont Fisio?es. TZAVIKG FUP.THEE RBDTJCED TlfE PIUCKS O' QUI; LIKEN LAWNS, PIQUES, PERCALES, GRENADINES, -.TKTZD GOODS, luuUtedeatooosof pcrchadlng may be awared of TTHPSECSDSNTS33 EAHGA2KS IU" THESE GOODS o We have also mode a Bpeelal lied net tin In oar elegant line of LAJJIBS AND 3IISSB8 VICTORIA LAWN, MM, fiRASS-UNBN & PIQUE WALKING SUITS V.Tilch. we are now offerlnj at le Hum the cent, of mannfactore. We will also offer the most cuupieie assortment or Y, GLOVES & UNDERWEAR Ever Bhown'ln thftj market, at EXTRAORDINARILY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. AND and impdverished the city and Its pec- - weii;Kept seine, it, caicnes ait tne litue ominent men In the north dVome pie. Native Iiouisianians,theold origin- bered in any calculations aboutlhe fever S&SgSSI!atSSS& &JimSSS al white Deonle...the nrooertv-holders m ew Orleans, that there is in that termineu eem herlf from the tra- of Virin!a and other southern States. IWiUUUUi V JS1UI UlUb iliU EU UCCU that, had scarcely been known to the I C5TTI8 S'ACTHS. 27 Frout Street, Memphis. ra. ajj iJKjj. S4S and 244: Maisi Street, Cor. Tefferson. EDUCATION. STATE FEMALE COLLEGE, A'car Memphis, Toiin. Eev.C.COLLISS.D.D., : PresWeat, Assisted by Tw.Ie Prortssexaiand Teaeben. THE dtWnhMnaifif thto laeliCn 1 UoaareHoperlorBoadIsa,wlUiSpaeiui.. Koobu. poMK aad BbM( Ved jMar ana l)lsc;plin : I'areatal UoWBieat;'fhoroaKli newfaan Hrauw Uftmrmrr, &faatlr!e act Ornanuatul; Moral mod BaMrkm Xnunui; uenerai airmonr-proancm or naoiai J and aimaftil Met f nmparatlv.j c neapnew tut advaatagta eojofad. Tola! Kxpenie per Ss1ob enle Moatba f ina CO This loeUea BanL irimKhod Wi. ,ng7 JT?tJ1'1' Pnyal' la ' Fe, Anriln aini Media to cm, ami MttenlaallaaUlmrr and Scientific Studies, vis: acU.b. Freu' i., Latin, Oreek, nuHtngng la njiiin Very sanefioc --1-inl ia ia Domart. mentn of Mcale. Palnilnc Drawing. Kte. faueeantsB bcxlBa Mccamd Um.m i. timber. Spnz Btitoe bagclna teeoad itoi - Te te Jiiiiuary. or laitlMr addxamm the Prc.i dent. ivv SOOTHERS 1503IE SCHtJOL. EflTABlISHED VMS. 197 & 190 If. Cfcarks Street, IIIorr. Mas. On. JOBS PXliBAX, 1'aOf iFA: R Ft i I mi rrrnainf f- TM lutKntloB is eonchieted on tfeaCa!ie?: . fttnteDa,vMtt a erM of Um. Uaatnctorx iU tae Enellah, French and Germtyi bran. i.. -. Are profeiors C MmV I'aiBtlast aad lrav liig, b4de Leetum and ah other adju an. M are deemed noi 'parr. Fraaah at the la - gcageof tltaachttotaadatideUr raaaind to spoken. Tb achoiastle eonrae Is earef o llya.- rangeawrut a n!ar)nuenef atadiettou the MogreMive Byntem, and u adapted to th admlkm of pPI" or all aae, t anr t.t.' -from the 1'rtmary nun tu tha eeui. Graduate, nam honor and dlatinettonx s r - awarded at the done of aondon. jj-.-. GAINES INSTITDT; 50. 109 2ADIS05 STREET, MEXPIIIS. 3 .Ikh tl.nf l.nn n TA T . - - . i it. tis r 4 t j.!i,HBJUu j jsiui uiub iiua cu iuijk now lankrupled, were Jiot parUcipants UJl-v " l'P"'" " pagtohertestarttcutchebn. So in events which dishonor the ace. and ""J mousana people, anu iuai ueioie iet. those who believe theeo old-time Sto- " " ' I il . 1 lt J! 1.1 l.?-.!! . r .1 i i i I a ticai nt t I itlC 1" J a 4 1 1 TllHT fir HI1V fllTlRr IlIMHJISli IH l.ntfa Ul tltlltirHLti t ! 1 1 II 1 ill: Lt'IM ITUIIIII LLIlll I wm maae uranva aaministrauon ouoaa ; -. -3 -a r.I w'" !.. r--,,- rant to say ftoc orever rifamous. Name one slnrie clarM epidemic, or regaraea acutely to h-- only man who -1.- ...J become epidemic, the death rate from i in 1875. huuq (AJuuiiiauiau t uu cuiuco iu tuc i i vji tile ian uua iu uiiiiiLUio vut uia r&iL f nm ,;r, la ,l.om,i o r.lwouia have to be In excess of all other iured wreffifT.hV'liis fellow-citizens. Thd forms of disease, and approacli i rS- in 1 v. 1 I dred or more per week. This iSiCf-it 1-.1 .1 1 1 case now. nor is it likelv fo he. K -nf ,1, .v. . . in r; ra i rf v,r. i 1 f"" " .u.., nu m uiiug mi i.. 1.1 Li b uciuic 111c uuuiuc 1 nn entirely f.. o ill f'ovi T- ?a nn.lni.,li. I ...1 iuhu icim. u vti la.uii huJ'"K i-ijTtr i?n nnrjoir nmnmr compliment to' General raorx iSAUOiv mat ne IS tne I 01 shai-ios imut jshijsb, teiectea wiin great can be elected """.rSLi1 01 meeuug Without throwing I Our Mr. RUTLAKD will have chanre of the the election in thO house Of representa- CetJondepariment. F.-cmhLsIongexperieuee tivpa Hpiipt-bI firsnh lito Ronnml lu " llne, -we feel eoattdent we ena si ye HARDWARE CUTIjEii"S" GUNS ETC. JAS. G. BASBOUK. J AS. G. SIMPSON J"M. 31AKT JL. MKUtBtTIX wtll opea Finishing Sclieel for Tac Ladies the I'lBiTMoitBAT rs Trrnf iti.ailili T l.-r an able aad aeeoaapliahed eorpaof Uaeber . isa eaee of slcknean uuoot tha YOtmit laii:- s of this Mhaol, raqatrtna; inwllwl aid, durio - tae post tea months. Professor aad Xadanie DeCasIro, mdnAtMnf thi. HnlTMrftT uiH fi i i . i . . i J of Mo4c of Part-, will haws chasm of t:e rrencn ana Jiosic iNrparunenu. rney u. train the Toioeaecordta? to th ttsHai aehoo. of vocalization. For Catalogue. iBonlre of an -Max. MABY K. MBRSDITII. control the necro to such an extent that H3 uow Dever farlher beyond the .... .... I I t. r 1 a T I 1 - T I savtottMOerireeMe."ou mav'Uo-rOTT.m,i0?riin,ia fnr t,o rmWiinn r reacu 01 epiuemicoi auy hiuu. ji sue .a V al a. itr. rJfc ) . me vouup, ana we win lase me muces, mje fest;.-inigkt-be Invested with. or we will tabetneeniees ana you ,may Dliraut'anadiis . associate in schemes do tbe voang." 'lliey ao not say oince plunder, the syndic of the federal court, to tne negro once. The irauner in (lave accumulated enormous wealth, which the Hegrs lms been dishonored ,v-m0tb went to Uew Orleans a beg- and repudiated in Virginia in the house of his friends is in keeping with the general policy of the Radical, 3rtjv What has occurred in Virginia has-been seen in Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, Delaware, ia Bnelaad, vand,in- utfeu, ill ail iuv uuiiuriu dioiw wiiciv the Ilepublfcan party is powerful, and where tbe colored rxjpulaUo is oue of its certain elements or-power, "in none of these States has a colored man bees aWl a a t.i nrfinA A. In rtrtnnwilsT CTMCU f. umk niLV u 1 yj gro. In only one of them, Massaohnssetts, has. a colored man been elected to thelqgiala-' ture; and in none of them is it the prac tice for the Republican conventions to. nominate, or even to think of nominat ing, colored eaudidates. ier high or low offices. This careful exclusion of the black race from official honors TrTT.be northern and central StateB'w. tltemre remarkable when contrasted with tbe violent efforts made tijy the Itejtlican authorities at Washington to maintain colored mea ia ofuee iit sme of the re constructed States; either with or with out the consent of the people." Not withstanding the' eelefed vptenJ - ore' made "hewensof wood and drawers of water,'' ued as a cat's-paw to pull the' chestnuts out of the fire, they mareli up to the polls asd, like whipped oursj , obsequiously lick the. hands that smite them. Whenever the Radicals cannot feral get tbe eJBees themselves, they would foiSt tbe negroes upon the people; but in Virginia aad the Northern States theyi fccrupukwsly ignore the negro,-because prestige, glory and renown. I b.11 i a'tlon to all parUeu favoring ns I their ?hlnment. itUlliUIJ.', UlUiliUl S IU. rilHE Arm of TATLOK & RUTI.ArvD will i be found at the office of the above Arm. I where they will be pleaded to see their former I patrons ana menus. "F? VTJ7 gS"T7" AT, . Jons T. Stkattoh, formerly of Stratum, Hc Davitt 4 co. . Jonjf lu WELi.ro ita, late Graham & Wellford. I slMemp jjjh the battle of Belmont, said that bis sole purpose, was to open the Missis sippi, and now Grant closes it, and the crimej is ascribed to the people of 5ew Orleans by Grant's chief exponent, the irerakl. President T.inwiln'a viowa f as ready to be just as is, the 'Memphis jfhefpolitical fortunes of New Orleans, Appeal, Arkansas, with"; her wealth of and of Louisiana, were quite different resources, wouiu ue now tne urigm from those entertained by the Herald particular star' in the constellation of and enforced by Grant Askine the fTtraUTs aitention, we give a letter writ ten by Mr. Lincoln in 1604: Executive Mansion. 1 Washington, November a, lStil. j to plaee bim-en their tleSefls..to jepeLwaiablB'us to get along with legislation whit nnnhWn.i!n!L Th. iivtwri. I here. .' What we do want is the -1 , f j . cy and contempt wlilch ihi Virginia Iisdicals have rqatiifested toward the colored voieri, byioscludinglhem 'from all official houora, oa the State ticket, will produce much angry diseatisfacGofl, and no doubt be the means of j;iv .'ng the conservatives au easy victory. Or tain it k, the canvass, Mow begun, will be one of unusual animation and interest. Iu the first place, almost every citizen of IhepwudoW commonwealth is a thoroughly-Informed politician. Near ly every white oitizeo is independent in worldly .circumstances, and but few can lie found whodo ot subscribe; to antws paper and make pontics the staple of thought, study and conversation. Vir ginia exerts, too, a very large influence upon the peHttee f the Union, and her jieople very naturally feel great pride -of opinion and regard with peculiar inter est the ootirec of political events. Tn tereeting as the eanvass may be, it will be transferred from the rostrum to the newspapers. Indeed the press has near ly superceded all necesblty far joaV discuestoa letwecn rival candirJatets. Much as we rejoice at the power and progress of the pretm, we mourn to see that It Jg to prevent a return of those grand oW days when Wise went flaming through Virginia, and Polk and Jones addressed mighty multitudes at every town and village In Tennessee. In other days the people need to look for the coming of their gubernatorial candi dates, aad the nanateeca-'for otherBfila omces, who as much eagerness as chil dren gaaed for the approach of the me nagerie. But the press lias made a sad innovation upon the times when, after the adjournment of eoart, the sheriff, in a stentorian -wrfee, would inform the triet-attorney, John 1. Auit, a young General Jackson, General General Taylor, waselect- unate citizen is in dancer before his c" wiuwiH:e VL uuuiary eerviuw logical and adroit presentments. Flow- "i""" 2"5 SiV'. Jil"lJ t"i ef ers ana ligures are aiscaruea l:i : e .1. . ...... . " measure of their conntrv's ciorv power. fte of Politicians and JaSpato womake Grant do likewise, instead of destroying of little likely to be troubled by .feedJSf headway among the Comanches: Uie.Pfst and fu ure glory of his country, .mesoi . -:..,... .,i,3. bA& Y&. ri 5 . J r ,.:' and the inteantv of the constitution, al- an immediate retura of her old-time true, position, while, this kernel- , ffi "tohd" rm -ALi t i,ra.r.D -,..i i, justice to the southern people, he has cot.i ir,.i;iTr.:i ,nftr i. aouuuaui. time tuuuiu uuniiir ms pres AAtllUtU ,W MU UVtliUVJ IfUU d- a. -I AJ j . . . i r - . , t It is cheering once in a while to'meet I was traveling put of the record in his J 7nn,Acl"H 7h ; I ; SMTOiN & YYEhhk Vlll) t.t. i -r i mi., m.t . i iiourisnes. no unew wdsi it meant sun . . . i wiiu a noru ui auuruvoi. xue isUiuuii .... . , . 7, vi . r. ,:. , . . i.,., I cime uowii." o.i is tne "secouu pe- ...ww.. Uww..v Tloa " ot a new neonle tuat lnuuitre in nf 41m 1 .i il f. T A .linnana n.!i, 1 41.. I 11.. I . Li . I it ' -1 . .. I .1 . .. . ui me iicujuo ui niiiaucao genual, me i mu ueuuiiea uuu iiuurisuto oi, rxiutviiu. attack made upon them by the ifacon When luxuries begin to take the place m ;'7l,7, , r? m, V of necessaries, cushions in place of raw- (UtUUjlKlJ,,. muic- .,, 1,.- l,im. vl.n.l., In (1, . ... ..... ? -f I aj ittu uu Liiaii-uutLwui, lauuo iu tijc and robbeiy. A city Is de- CBU,U ale we tuauK lue A sUad of plain muscle-making food. stroved. and New York is well- niost heartily. The people of Arkansas,'! filagree-work on the houses instead Pleased. Its greatest newspaper abso- both white J lately commends the fact to its readers law-auiuiug as muse ui auy otaie m tne as. tne laull of the sufferers. In truth uuum- Xlau " jouruaiisis ue inations ia the fashion thev exnect to . .Y:zit ' rr r" I T T. CTSTriW 1 Xnrwci .. ... . . I :-l 11 -.1 ,i I i? -.. i i . , I uju .iuumicu iu 1 1 au. ai iuc uui eia- .3 I i4 a ri, VU rv I it ingeast wouia destroy is ew Orleans, even M"e lumBicuiumc uCCiUijiiicm, ui sway ine western juries uy ineirnne, tiouundertheconstitution .Colonel John -.- . . .. as it would gladly dam up the Missis- her resources, ana the securing of td irenzieu ngure, , ray ait mese genuy ifa of Washington county; was flftf ? UnTfirflE? TrWCrnitTI 7717111 iindyetwesternsoldU, who won much-needed immigration, than in;?hV SSSlJ'Sf, S'S eI!?ted F??t n se'ed the consU- tUjUMbllilll IlNbiiiU IL, nil i.oki r ti. . i.i. realization oi tneir net senpmes. tnciriu.. t i, -mi n. um.i Muuuaiwuwi ui aiA nu out- . .T u. VUD .ugUfc . .,.,. , V W" "::i'"efr "m ' V.,u cesser was Archibald Roane, also of East I a judge of the en. - Uven Grant himself, ten days I P"331""3 picjuuice ui uiB jieoptc c "vj" "f "u I supreme court of this State. Themili IJIPOnTERS AXD DEALERS IS- OH If nnn i CHECiKAX EVST1TUTE. JSstabUshed In New York In ISM. Engh-h and French for yog ladle aad saiases. Boarding and day pupil, UZ7 aad 1M Spi acc street, Philadelphia, Pa. Trench Is the lan- :e oi tae iumrr, ana is iminTir apoaea ite. Jt'JtHD'HJatVIliT.P.-. e lnMltnte. .'ME D'HJCRV CUTLERY, GUNS, BUILDING MATERIALS, ;r-isnltnral Implements, Etc. gar, and left a millionaire. He enriched countless favorites. Kellogg is equally generous to himself and others, and the whole system of government of Louis iana, as conducted by these unknown fconndrels and adventurers, is I a system ?of unmixed . knavery ent term and retire to out the old age that through him the liberties of his country had been destroyed by his iiuhallowed ambition. His election for a third term would seal the fate of this government and make the free men of America serfs, liut sic transit alona munat. c. D. m'IiEan. JOHN SEVIER AND ANDREW JACKSON. It is no doubt known to almost everv voter iu Tennessee that this State was admitted into the Union and a constitu- At the first elec- CLAY BUIIiDIHG, lPEMALE seminary, Covington, Tcnn. rrUIE FaH Sewton will open on Xondny, GEO. D. HOIiMXS, : : t Priaaipal. Oar Institution Is situated in a viUaze re. markaWe for Ms heaithfalBeHaBdnsamlitv; rpriirw I easy of aeeew by Padueah and .Memphis ra." w, ajuii a. . reau, tfiirtyeven miles j from Memphis. Jy2 COTTON PACTOKS AND COM3IISSION MEUCHAXTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 240 Front Street, cor. Jefferson SBTrCATXOItf. S7. LOUIS HAVING removed onr stock of Hardware and Cutlery to the large and commodious ELI JPB X V S i?, SIT i . i.M . . --- ' . - o ' " . ... nw.u Anw .to icvri.iue n mucu 1 , . -, . . . r.i .... ... . . v ... nHiiu .an aia i totitiuk n lit ticu larger and much more complete assortment of goods in. our Una than heretofore, which we . . ............ ..... i ..ii.u. in cu iiuib i.v " -.V r 111 1" I T ijfiw r -nr.L A careful inspection of our SAM PLES and PRICta Is respectfully solicited. IHRBOPR A soipsoy. HARDWARE AltfD CUTLER'S". IMJfORTER?A5D DEALERS IN 110 Alabama Street, rlempLIs, Tenn. had not been made, and our State would not to-day bear the reputation of being the embodiment of all the evils ''-that flesh and governments are subject to. Were the rest of the journalistic world place- tiffcni in theJtailbf his judgment. ... HERNANDO. States.1 the coioreu people oi tne city heia a meeting on Wednesday in regard,to their nilbllnf schools, a rpnort nf ihn rpsnlt nf . 1 . .. C T if 1 . 1 1 ' 1 Ajtz&ti out xr. jveutieuv. oearer oi l .T.,;ni, ,m i, r...i : 11 i. . i . . i, . .. . . ... ... I iTiiii.il ii in ire iuuuu in uuuluci uuiuuiu. tltlH. tlfia raiti a iinnPAliaTieiniia that rarf 1 j officers, not citizens of Louis iana, may be set up as candidates terbongress in that State. ln-my view i there could be no possible object in such an election. We do not particularly neeu memoers oi congress irom mere to Ua laws of the State required the elec tion of the field-officers of the militia throughout the State- John Sevier was a candidate in East Tennessee and An drew Jackson iuWestTenu'-see. Upon a comparison of the polls, it proved to be a tie, and, under the law, Governor Roane was required to give the casting vote. He cast that vote for Andrew Jackson, whereby he was elected com- mantier-in-chief or tne Tennessee mili tia. Both men were well-know in the State Jackson as a lawyer, and Sevier as a revolutionary officer, having done uarti service tnrougnout uie war,- ana particularly having distinguished hiin- FitmaiiOeeajrioBal OOTrosDOiidenU I sell m the battle of Kine3 Mouotam. Hi:ni-r,n Wrw a nana Kti. 1R73 i tne contest ior tne omce was warm, out It will beseenthat thev are fnllv .-iIIva Believing a few paragraphs from thisin- re? om oiuerness, uoin oemg men 01 ;..o r teresting villace and surroundint; neich- maomuaoio win. tsevier felt hurt '"r;, ,"3"". borho6dayjBrpye of some interest to a . aeieat, ana upon the sensible of the eflorts.made.bytheTcjti- vour mgMllatillkm'd citizens, enefallv. result being known, remarked in a zens at larire to afThril tliem as ensv nc- t rnmurTfrilllPinHItn-lViPm na fnllnroa: crowu at Jtvnoxvilie mat " II ne could cess to a good practical school systemTasj rpoi DeSoto Pront the reports of the not beat Andrew JacUcn for major-gen- crops are mat tney win turn out oetter "i1 J'"" than a few weeks aeo. Cotton that governor,'' ana tuen and there an- Xcws fr;oui Xorth 3IissLsippi The Crops An Encouraging Pros j .''.-' Pcct Political Movements Black and "iVhile ffl jfTandidatcs The "cw State ' SloTenicnt. rpiIE next Bessfon of this limited and select JL HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYK, will com mence on. the Vint Monday In September., The ceuree of Instruction embraces all the braHehaa of a liberal Kzudlsh. Olassiml. .uainematioai, auu vumiuerciai liuuoauon. The school bulldlns is am Die: uronnils ex. icusivcf xurnjiurenew ana iiuproveu. For Circulars, address the Principal. on3 TO THE PATRONS OP AGRICULTURAL MPMENT3 AND MACHINERY, 31 and FSOifT ST15S-T. MesnmltlR. AG-EICTS 3TOH Deering's Korss Engine, Gnllelt's 61n, Bredferd's Grist JIUls, Buckeye Reaper? anu .uowers, universal fan Jlllls, Cane JlUIs, ETaporators, Steam Engines, Saw Mills and Machinery Generally, Manrin's Fire-Proof Safes. UNION FEMALE COLLEGE 1842 IT2E 0LDEST HARDWARS E0DSE IN MBHffflgi873 ESTABEIS1IED IN 1SS8, BY members of ihe Society of Jesus, and i n -corBorated by an act of the State Lae:.ila- ture ia lsat, it has expeneneed uninterrupted saeceu. and continues to offer the student, every fiuiiity for acquiriug a tharenth Classical and Commercial Bdacation. Bulletins are sent three times a year to the parents or gHardians of the stadeats, to In-, tenn them of the coadnct. health asd Im provement of their ons or wards. An expe rienced phyaietaa daily -risttatheinecitaUon, and the greatest care and attention ate be stowed oa tte rick. TKRMB: inlnnil fultlnniinriitMslon.tam ntfiir Tifl The next session bea-jns iptewhsr 1, IKS. CatateKUes enetaminr lu.ituuliuaii Ut na- f rejrts, and fall partieBlan, wiU bMeatfree on KIT. J. U. iSBAXiANB, 8. J. President St. I.als University. Jygdw St.Lenfc.Mo. PARK AVEIiUE ACADEMY, 3 13 Allies from Memphis, near Xlem plits and Charleston Kallroad. WU. CARUTHERS, A. M THOS.C.J4ILL; .PHiycrpAr. ERii ... Associate conclusive evidence that respectable cit izens, of Louisiana are willing to be members of fnnirpss- ftnrl tn Hvrpnr tn frTpoitthe constitution, and that other visitors should appoint colored teachen white people have. Thev ex press ten ,f?E? are tnat tney win turn out be ter selves satisfied with what has been done for them, but respectfully urge that OXFORD, MiSS., And to Others Having Daughters to Educate. rpHE authorities of tUl.oUte have earn A. D. IiAJfGSTAFF. IT.ED. SI. WHITE. A. J. wHITZ. where it is possible the board of school- cipectablo citizens are willine to vote 1 for their schools. In' this we think the i-jr mem anu senu mem. to send a par cel of northern men here as representa- has been well cultivated will make a fair nouneed himself as a candidate, and was X stiy endeavored to -afford to patrons crop, provided no more rain fall for a sihnrt. limn. l?nrn'Tvilt milrn nnli. n "holf I n mill iinritM His ion mimi oi.,i ,oin latter uie expiration of uis service ns land heart of woman. ifhT retired to his farm on the S?l? !!-!5 .Providence, tuc Thfi' Lake Cormorant bridce is autauga river, having raised a large for years having been tustiy numberedamone ione.com-1 'amny, wnose uesccnuants are Known the best, a choice patronage, -which has Meauuy lncrea-eu, anu never moro rapiuiy ?UCCESS0ES TO A. J. TTIHTE & CO. 2MPOETESS AED JOBBERS US are richt. When colored men or women lmnal flninlip.1, nml wi.tm OveV. riaVSd ,,Tri hn ESSSKXh At themselves properly for the duty of muulcallontwibodiad with Hernando honored bourn Tennessee and Ar- tMrthTiitT (and perhapa really so) at the point of school-teaching they should o 4W Gtoe'ral Jackron's fame is too wrfl WrMi.8 repalr the " rr AT - ' " , a, , 1 .... i i i . . ... I W liiln 1 1 iwcanlla 1 the bayonet, would be disgraceful and dangerous; and were I a member of .congress here,' 1 would vole against ad amuug any8Uch man-toa seat. Yours very truly; ? 3AnRAiiA5i Lincoln. -Host. Q. F. SnKI-CEY. Mr. Shepley, military governor of Louisiana, was endeavoring to rehabili iate the State government "Who can believe that this is the same country, tile same Union," the same Grant! Was Grant's New Orleans conduct the result of aged by employment. As to the matter of school-buildings, we can safely leave lliornrwfnrolA'nbinm-L-iir tn ! fw Known to need recanitulaUou. and this " entiai iwparunents ot iJiera- 1. . I . . i !.. -K- 11. T! ; ' . . I 1 U rmltf Tinn 11 ni I od n (( u-nii-Ciiln i-ii.,, ; 1 - J I . ' "J " . null I EnWClli emlneh attention of the lovers of the Fine Arts. Tho the best in North Mississippi. that -with the board, satisfied, aslweare,1 thirtieth of July a negro was shot by Dlec that they will do' tho-best they cau with' 5lh,e.r fSP foLStealiug his wife. The ... . the means af, their dismal. ,1 ootidJau away, anJtho "shooted" 1 r On tlift W. only Penued as a J" way-Side renu- special schools of Music and Falntlnir are I nirlfifillRP.' r? T. kit. I emiiiehtlv attmntlvfi. and pnmmamlini' th I lut; tucu uujiusoii - v SI 1 11 1 I Yffl v5 Prom Lewisburg report "state that the The two naners of New. York" eitv.dlm excessive hot, dry weather, which had last that uttered" protests againltrthf in- lted for a "i ha3 subsided, and co-1 vaslon of the south and in behalf nf no.n,. KftAMf1?-. & i i iuo ram v..ia uuu aaie ior iuo corn cron. LAKE COUNTY. school of French is also a success betng con ducted by an accomplished lady of European virtu anu euueauon. In view of Lhasa fnrtK- lwiliftvlni? thnt. tlip SPieilUHl LTOp TrospCCl torn and Lot- prospenty oi tne Lonege uoes not depend ton Promising HCli. . dency.and wtohlns to devote my undivided attention to toe num-try, j. nave lett con straint! In reAkrn- Pcnp. tc .1 OITTTTrtTR From an Occasional Correspondent.! recently a member of the Faculty of the Mls- InlSGl, are first and most persistent, in t cotton halc'orhe ou gnrnrislnplv. nrTil District No. 1. Lake fionvrv. h'PP' D."lvers"y .formerly Professor of tim(tin.ir.;nc)nitoni nhln,1,lii farmers sav that if too mnVh rni Ten.V.. JulvO. 1S73. Tnromisnrl tn rriv It" ?25"In,S5l2novS . , g A" " I I o "0 X"- J 'avj VMaA I JT. xitf . i i l i v ajisoa u A a U3Kt-i 1 aaajt c- tcxJt . Al J aultor-a "military necessity," the hno-r-r-sirim Thv vfphicii' in'rim AmS Pes not now fall the crop will be better you the crop prospect of our little Ms cordially commended as a christian gen linlmnnvtrnr" Wln V.,.i .g f118 m-ney yielded to theorce , . The turnin cron hns countv. Weliave a different chrtranlpr tl?man, and an educator of fine abilities, to 1 I J .. . I I.I 1UU11U 1 fW nnm.lAW Mnnainn .. .. . I l,n(.,f J.l JA. J . . . . . 1 I . - . . . i ii. v u ouu.uiiiKu i iwrn prfaiiv tipf? pnrpn. I nr rrnns trnm a uynciusiou r too true! I -whose care you may confidently commit your I i .1 7, i 7- .t c " " fKCU greauy negieeteu. or crops irom wnac we nave evernad. dauishters. I earnestly advise you to do so. Into the bloody current that swept over 1 -Froni Irwin's store a writer says that I Formerly the entire crop was corn. Lake feeling assured he win perform the respousi- rm. . . . ... .... I il - , .... - ... I a i . j i- . I liTrt uml ftAltnatn flnflcw nf PinciHcnf nHfH tnese tstatcs, and again will they be si- "i lae unpromising couuition oi tne I county uhs TOen notea ior nercom-pro-lnU"eif,r- -j lenced, and the third term mav inau- ?.roPiM9R ca?"101. herself until tiucing capacity. Tnree years ago the Mrs. Bell " AVlilIe to a tortured people's prayers " He whl-iiers ' IVace, and Mops his cars, Like I'ilate, he'd Harabbas free, lWtBhed the blood of purity." The following correspondence contains a stinging rebuke of Grant, riven bv Stanton, and of the.HeraW,if they have tho sensibility to feel it: NAsnviLLr, July H, 1866. LlEUTEXANT Generat. i"JrtT.n Borne of the bouse of renrespn- tatlves of the Tennessee general thoroughly interested in Maior Svkes's Urca wjuuuui lueinscives in a narrow-gauge railway gurate the empire, tho Herald and jTW- lune standing by in "golden -.silence," while power smiles and States become the nation, and, with one short step! the empire. i ' the first "of May, probably not throuch I southern and eastern portion of the the winter. Cotton is small and corn county commenced the experiment of not good. -.. . raising cotton. I eay experiment, for is secured. and delicate duties of President with I success. uud I will remain in the Colleze for the present Mrs. Jiell continuing to of-1 flclate as Lady-Principal unless a successor of I 234 iFront Street, Mempliis. AGENTS rOK Deering's Horse Engines, Branch, Crookos ATo.'s Circular Saws, Henry Htsiton & goaa' Circular Baws. 2?ElS3X3jEI 0OTTO3ST GrllffS, 3.1EL V Liii'SS COTTON" G-HSTS, Planters' Cotton ITesses, Iilrbys Reapers and Jlowers, Buford's Mack Hawk CulU- iiivui,iiM.., JMiu B ii nuiift,uii9 1. iinrn, naii .i i- ire ana inireiar t roor tnfes. aait Fonts, Fatrbanks' Scales, Rubber Belting, Packing and Hose, Larlln Rand Powder Company. TGIHZilZJSON'S INSURAITCE AGENCTg. IB3?-X3IS:5,J3 1868 j? rom xtorn Xiaitc reports are that the I every person loosed upon it as an ok- ralnshave been tine, and crops grow- periment; and the result was they ; a i a. i a it j , I i r a t i i . . lug nt jeaau culujii. .lermeiona are I raiseu irom tweivo xiunurea to twentv- - t Al r -t -m . I r m W very pienmui. x-eacues are also pientl- uve nunureu pounds per acre nil. Ulr. iNewel. of Memphis, is jshin. I of seed cotton. and ns mm ihe people oi iienaerson couulv aro Pine -weekly some two or three hiin-1 failed to bo remunerative on account. ooxes, and soiling them at or low prices. Tne planters of this part tne county planted the mo3t of their in? this telegram do not warrant the interference of the military au- tlihVIKnc n-i... ,. .1 , T., t.l ii e .... nwinu fu io.vin .i;i Kn m trr-""vr. ""ulo"a,u" me x--i-w " ywiumrure. ia W3 ana preservation or the peace in Rlralnlilman It,. llul' 1.1 I -KT.t...lll. f.l ,- . .1 VT, . Straightway the excited po)ulace would rush pell-mell to tho stand and eeeure the best places for seeisg and treating the deoate. As soos as comparative nrilpr was rmtomd. tho im.. li.lui,. ..t 1 , IJ., , "j nlii lJ t " much applause aa wflirjSISmfmaren to the stand, artned'wltli scrap!Tfeoklh: under their arms. Then the fearful work of pommeling, pounding and devouring each other weat on iurjlfc or rix hours, amid the ehoutf, ap'pjause, yells and laughter of the exotted audienee. In those days the atumn,. -was the nursery of genius. It was the com inon platform upon which all politicians stood. It was from thetump.fliat l'renttes poured forth his grand Hoinjri eloquence, airenet in lorco anda sea in abundance. Itiwas .the faiump that taught James u. Jonee how to uttef those oraoular teatencos of gushing, eloquence which electrified the hearts of Tenneaseans. It wasntheatump that James 1C Polk used toiremind his en chanted hearers of tl "power, lwauty, strength and foliage of the stately oak,, whoso place he had usurped. But alas! the stump looks as lonesome as a mon arch in exile . The press has ..made gtump-speaklng unnecessary, and'fori the future Ihe unbflindlug nluhiplwll not be atomic . 'byjlhrude hoofs ofejei cited political oratora."'- - 7 UAXJtMit . Corn and cotton crops are most prom ising in Henderson county. If ext session will open September 10. lSJ. Apply to President Uuthne for Catalogues. C. II. HELL. Oxford, ails?., July 28, isrg. av2 .,... .ontulollar and twetv-five cents ner box. of the county planted tbe most of their au. .uxii &j.i.b, vcrefractoryManner,aWentingm political speaking of the cam- crop in cotton this year, and the present At Mayflcld, Graves Couaty, Kcntnciy. sEiira luiirevcut a quorum, in us oo-l . . - - o '"iSS lltir'te" 111 luJa pan. ui me vuuiiiy came 1 1" iirnciing ousiness. The governor can- P1"3' -n""- teter xearsou, ior many I on caiuruay, auu Xi. j. j ones and Alex, iiul uiauaiTB mRm v in tma mpflfia nt hia vpnra i ia Ynraaonrnf if , . i AbZiiiAvi.il fuum cuiorein (Mil TI1P - c j - - -w wmuw uw r -w aw iuvu,utMti c ui ine tUUULVa I SWT"01- 13 actIve, Prpsecutionof Slst Session bpslcs Sriitcmbtr 1, 1S73. 1D T N B- WOOD, President. Full corps of 3 I n, competent .Assistant instructors, ami Day prospect is entirely beyond our most sun guino expectations. I have conversed gns-1 witu several experienced cotton-raisers, ""l'Jl "an umiiicu to uie ior miU- is actively emrntred in fhn mmill,n r-r . iixivui jmvc jimuicu hi iuo null tarv asfclstance. Shall I fumUh ? " al-"vfI engageu ln.ine prpsecutionof I cy. rounu nernando. tho farmers rrnnr bottoms of Arkansas. MIssIsainni. Lnn!. GEOIlGE H.THOMAK.MlnrC..ii.r.l I "18 1&SK. JdO WieldS UeSefVedK' HrpaLI illo nttnil ilnintr n-rnullonlli. ,,.11 f I inno nTi.l ihnn oil cot- iott .1 I llllth adVantREeS. With VeiT lOW terms. 'm... . " inil.. , ,1 7 I irr crr, r.wTSi Xt.vr"-W"' irr? -dtixr" Ty.Zf?1.?tF. for olnralar and particular information. iiie lonnwiug answer was immediate- """""-1 ""cy cuiymsp iyu pro- to nun. uui uimciud kvzu erop win le to eo .uuu cotton iu mis lautuiie. Wen- apply to tho President, at CMayfield, Graves j Kivcui uiuuuuw me V, eaiui arltl inteilicrencn. of I auuu -LLV duuiwl cici xunuu in tnutl cuu i. x'ftiiieii uua ycea mismg cot-c"uiyiJituB. auo a,,. HASHiQT0N,juiy 17. 18M. 1,1. ryvinio T-i, .i , i county, ua jMoiiday tne chancerv and ton opposite your city, a row miles back General Grant will instruct Gcn-ifiniWt r Cutkbcrt's Boarding and eral Thomas that the tacts stated viuiiAn v b" ."Jii"f 'Js'JiJSila large attendance from the surround- crop in this district, and he tells me the I School for Young Ladies. lugs., -ciurey, a nuteu xi.hu oi mis estate, I prospect ior u uaie ut me uure is Detter wna Ini-ttpfl in armnl. -fifl, nllinKi 1.1.. ili-in lift Arar enw if In Arlmnciia T cut.. , . ... w. I iih.im.iiv. ,w wpbiu " ... Vll 1111 V.lu.. t... ..... ... ....... 1...,. II nsu DlAlJi. ilk, and Governor Powers in particular, cotton on ono place fall six feet hitrh. on inday nicht last, and when the I with fifteen full-grown bolls and two JleilipUlS Ires? SoillO Opin'ons ndtourned to a nelehlHirhio- fnlnnn tn and it is not tho Onlv Place. You will Asked For. drink tin fifteen dollan worth of Honor I find the same on any r-lace when cot in that , was contributed by some liberal earlyj and properly cultivated. W A. EnriYms Appvai Unvini, i omce-seekers, when a llcht ensued be- ItUgoway told me that ho picked two Tlmninn ...111 .!! I . I . I . . .... . ".O . ' I 1 1... U.. 11 1. .. .. .1 1 1 T f . I Uli.nannil fl ItA ll 11 I. .1 f l niMniila nf n.1 J-""'.f"i ,rom any voteu suincieni space to editorials and I' ".V.,"",""," u"V,1fl" WW & !CT naiT.Tx-37!cT3-- o ju.HTAiiToy. secretary War. absurdity of tho new State movemin. -Ithe invited crowd picseu up bats and yeart ana says mat ms prospect on ono p aaaa I l.il." i 1 . 1 I nltii tnifnM Alan f inn nnnli In lwitwln n I hlinfl TA I flflfAS Id f0 (Tfll'Vll 1 7 Ttft ltatta as lnumatea in your issue 01 the fifth w ru ,wuir ru " m ritoxx xtotv. tu ffiJww .r teh them &rilr to nrT. com in tliisE district is lookTiie wUh TH5.&" Ai setsion or this It is not by stealing papers left . toobWn brought it com- tfK.dir OTmbS'lris doorways alone that robbers gain Intel- your opinion of that city and that nrrf & "'present sovcu candidates (three P eteJy out of thekinks. We will mak Jb with a fun corpsof teachers ineverj-depart- leotual breakfasts: it Is not alone, hvimr. which, haying the people of ather com- negroes ana lour wunesj ior uom na i ....,11.,. . .. in.- . . .i uiumuca uiKD. uiem i or uio purpose .Mahvillo belong properly to tho Stnte autliorities, and the duties of the Uniledl Stale forces U not to interfere in the controvert; between the pollt- ww. iiwHuruus oj uie mate, ana ueneral I Tlie niHK Seventh Session of this Institute wUl 1 I .1 . .. L- . I . I.. iiiiiiiciii:c an uiuuuu, , ncpiciuui;! o, lou, with the same corps of teachers as last year Number of mi tills matriculated for scholastic year 1872 and 1ST3, 160. For further Information and catalogue. ar- I PJy HI person or uy uMr w 1UU. bUUbillA vUl xiur.iL i . Jy20 1109 A Hit Chehtnnt f t St. Louis, Mq. HOLLY SPRING 3, MISS. rowimr. that f hor nnnmr noiKoro muniues to meet thei friends and ohnn i, ii. V t . r consulting togetheron a topic of com mends and cheat the printer; it is not mon interest, and havlnir held a n,,hii doorways meeting and appointed a long list of its averasre, it would open the eves of some of the cotton planters a littlo south of mis. negroes and four wuitesj for uomlna- iair average per acre, tye win nave lions for sheriff the corninc election, plenty to do and lots tospare. Timothy, and the parties so ruuning have de-oits, millet and clover are aa good as inkpot nnii i,.vinn i,.i i t.n dared that if they aro not (one and alii 1 you ever saw, out mo misfortune is. too alone by loiterinjr about the doorwnvJmeeUnrrnnd nrinninfpri' inn,, ite ir !.J nominated, they intend running Inde- little i planted. We have about twelve ortofllees of those who pay for newsna- most dfiUugulslied citizens a? delegates Pendent ""kets. Tho new State hundred acres in cotton in this district, nVrH. ihat nt,l,1!n ln'A t.iV. 1 "16 assembly. aBdlhavinir.hfrrverv movcuium lueeta w.ui a unam- uUu.ttiiiw uam per uexo r " iuuto uv me w.n ln.t.,,i i "j'r.A-.Tv mniMA fw ii(T. nnil tnn tirjvrm-a nltrhtli. meanest thieves. These modes of steal- wlWttattgxtd are tSat the project will beSsuc- Ing are trifling in number nnri rQiiHH their invited frlnnda h,, nnn, iKti.( cen. A correspondent In the Press of There Js a. great body of men profited Piuclty numbers, occasioned by tiieir Thursday will give tho Appeal a "dig" , .. ,, ,, ii ,, - ... i own connur-t. run rrmnnri ..-.n ior Buviurr wuai sue uubui nut. 10 oav. or uanyanonouriy oy tne guy press which thlrtirnfl.iin wKat she omrht iiottodolnsr, Mnrrmnr x outany cincelvab State, and espeelally against JSU UXJliliJUlN AlJIUiJK. tenanca. It costs the Appeal twice as without ceaslmr. the schemn wiiw, i71 what thope6pleof thiasection thlnk-r . jauch more to publish telegraphed mar- 80 JfwV encouraged. I have my own pf A"'BA,yqrKing againstt.uie great Vnt Trnrf nnil flnnnlnl funfa hn on. """""" luuu COnuUCt, UUtWOUlrt i""""1 VP" ,...,,... --1 "1-- I lllrp tn nhiln II.a. r 11.. , . I Irirrd in rmrtlfntnr. pear daily, than all the merchants on Appeal. -"tempnia .SibqJ! jtoas are that tho mer- Frout street pay into the Appeal's cof- hebsasdo, August 6, 1873. chants are preparing for a fall trade. . ,T; 777 . I aiercnants are Avanteu to oner premiums A translation of thn n pprpo nf ma I i ..n. i..i- n4inr. a .... Front street which does not pay for the ident of the republic of Spain inntl & T rva. IvSZ Da ly Appeal. Main street, for which jngofllclals in Cuba to return to alleged wood's place on the twenty-ninth of .thlj Appeal really does least, pays it ,7!?, A',wi,.i,ti.. .ii. v-uum lucui uu conns- iniyaoiiareisoiieieu, i . . x wwu uu uio giuuuu ui ousuecteu UlSlOy- lars for every dollar received from Front ally, has been furnished our government WrwfhereTare, unfortunately, Ignorant The decree provides for a board of high I...L. .. . . . . nfnplaln tn hfiar rnmnln?nla ml ul X T 1 I5. 1,8 "Tn The boardis ImU inrtn morecopnera ou that astrimreut thor-I n.win t,nut t Ai,.im ,,5 ougnrare. If these good people, who very liberal in its provisions. Look out for him. juempnia police, uhispartoruiajcounty Is redeemed from thodong.drouth.thati mreatened destruction to tne crops ; corn auslained the principal damage, and cot-j .ton, wheat and oats are cheering. The' Olive Braueh grange has organized, and lull success is vouched for. TOR teven sears Dastthlsdcservpdly-nonU' JJ lar iournal ha gradually grown Into favor and Increased in circulation and useful ness, until to-Uay it stands among- tho fore most Agricultural Journals of tho Mouth and Kouthwest, As an AdTertisIng Hcdiniii, for all manner of Manof aeturini Companies. Machinery, Agriculturatlmplements, Blooded Stodr;Kursciies,-nousehold conveniences. went, Tho distinguishing characteristics of this scnooi, anu bucu as snouia tie stuuiousiy re garded by parents in sending their daughters away from home, are the superior zeal and experience oi tne rescuers, moderate terms, and the remarkably good society and good Ileal ui 01 xxouy springs. HO oiiulura, or other nuulgnant epl- Sent aul demic, ever visited the place. id fcr Circulars, or incmil WJI. CLAKK, A. M. or inquire further of iTesiuent. MEMPHIS FEiAiiE gome. Xo. 259 Poplar Street. Willlaia Carroll, A. 3I.t President. a THE Fifth Scholastlo Year or this lnsUtu. . tlon will begin on Monday. September arid' every manner of lata and useful lnven. ,IS7J, ana close on Prldny, June 1J, !S7t. ttions, tiiere is tuV,better ibnrnai to be found, I Tiiosame cottr&e of instruction wut be pur- as ine tmrieen states tnrongn wnicn it is "-'"V. ' principally circulated are the most destitute in the.se Improvements and inventions. EASTERN DEALERS In the above linos would do well to remember this and act ac cordingly. Prlciw..., 12 CO per year Clubs oI.TenTo one. address..-.. tMpor year Address, t flllLIPA' NOUTUEKSI FARMER. au7 dd w 37U Main street, Mempjils, Tenn. The system of wsrrrsir examinations will be rigidly adhered to, and medals and prizes awarded pupils lor ptofiolency In the different departments. The Rehool is located in ono of the most healthy and desirable portions of the city. . Boarders rarr bo accommodated In the family of tho President. For full particulars as to terms, tc see Catalogue, or apply to WILLIAM CAKRMiL, A. XI., President son a wa THE Twelfth Session of this sefceeiwul be gin on the First Sosdaj- In September and continue twenty weeks. The PrloelDal is a imdnAi nx- Hunivltii I Sidney CoUege and of the CxdTeratiyof Vir- Kuim. ue nw iihu ten yvKm exyoweneo in teaching, four ot whieh he was a nrafca-or m theluvit-named institution. For pirpiilftrK nivlv tn K Woit A rv, . Vr W. B. Golbreath, or CMewrs. StratteaAVeli ford. iris I Educate Your Daughters, XasliTlHc, Tennessee. "T7 r tVAKITS SE3IIXAIIY for Young If. Ladies. elriMd on ifaA tlxh or-Jn&n vii ii 3K graduates and near 3tV BUDtis. XAsehootm the South, aad only Area In the North. have had as eood success. n nu. at nmLmi't. . sickness dnrftog the post year, its papUs be ins in the city, enjoy the best advantages of their resneetive cbdrehes. rtnufaiar ttt :q Senior Class Kti. FaU Swwton oeeas Septem ber lUx. For Catalocne address ly!6 dAw W. :. WARD. Kashyllle. Tenn. ST. IGNSS ACADEM For Young- Ladies. - THIS Institution, conducted by tho Sisters of St. Dominia. 1 dvliAlttfBliy sitaatwl iu a healthy and retired part of the eltro Mem phis. Tennessee. Tbe BtuJritoas r amnia and commodious, stand injc in tbe center n. extensive and hlshlv Immnal craaniU- shaded by forest trees and laid oat and sec with rare plants and shrubbery. The course of studies rnmmlm, nil Ihn branches, useful and ornamental, that are usually taught. The Aeademie Year consists of two XtminnK of flva months each ; the flt eomraeneteg on the rimt or riepirniber, the seeead ort the First Mondny of February. TorniBX'orSosBioji, Payable half-yearly In advance: For Board and Tuition In aav af tka tallow. I lhg branches; Reading Artthraete, BarHJt Grammar, Geoprapby, Histiiry, Jtheloric, Composition. Criticism. PixnelBlas nf Natu- Iral PhUosophy, Chemistry and Mnar, Men tal and Moral Philosophy, Plain Sewing, Iiuarsin, rii t wtv, sra, an vamv aeeerawg to the age or class of taepaptl. For DAY .SCHOLARS. Tuition. SU. SBSl S2i I or 539, aecordint to age er elass, as aev. For farther iBiermaUes. anntv ta araildresa the - " - " CUOTilBIt SUPERIOR," aul St. Agnes Aeademy. WASHINGTON AJSD LSE max v jujts.sx'sr. Lexlnsten, Ta. LIVERPOOL AMD LONDON, 0-Es3:j3?-3Ls, . sio,ooo,ooo mn m mm states, S722,413 n. SUMMER SCHOOIi. In this School. O&elmrnn llublflin.j.. of July and etostiir the ant TbW4ar eTsep &ra,50,8fln LATIN, URBEkTmaXI1 1IATIC3 and MODERN lJGTJAGwUl be taught under tbe superrtaioo. of tae faeslty. icjMjfv h, regular ciaies tor next eeadon. Terms Twentv dollan fnr i.hui ... tended. WILLIAM BOLD. June.lSTS. i FaeultV. ROANO OF L.VERP9OL mo LONDON, og5:3 ,at. - - - $10,000,000 mm m united states, $1,300,000, COLLEGE, SATJajT. TATRGPiXA. TWENTy-nRST SESSION, lS73-'74 Begins Sept. 3d and Closes June 17tk. rtOORSE of Study as higa as-that of. any V.' CoUege in Virginia. y "Literary Societies of first rank. Extensive UBI MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE GO, 2SS S6 BEOABWAY, ASSETS, : . : : : : : : $3,213,185 S"o. 17 Iff acliaon Street, : Menipfcis, Tenn. o LOSSES fiDJOSTED IR MEMPHIS AND PROMPTLY PAIS Libraries, Keadlngoom,. Cabinet and Laboratory. i-ocation unsurpassed ia Amerieo. The abundance of the nnuilu Viiw ders the expenses veir moderate. PersSlort of Ten Months Unotodtng Bewrd. Tsattee Fuel, Lights. WasfinVetcTJabosies' Students from NtNirrKsN- States, and Territories. CV For Cataloirua nn.-! rnrtxiAa. in c. Uon, address " ' lTTl, KIT. D. F. BITTLS, D. D., Jyl8dAw President. TtYTT.TTARY 33TSTITUTS 8IX SOLES FKOg FRANKFORT. AMONQlts advantages may be enumeated . a full Faculty, with sutierkH-men t7Si department. J An Cnasaally Full Coarse of stnd-r A STRICT MILITARY DIBCIPLrjt Freedom from the ManlioM TamnanaiKn that ordinarily attend College LMe in city or town. The disci DUne of the ramn umu.i ... the oomforu and pleasures ethoSe ui" which can hardly be found elsewaer ' iu. m.wiijiiioMaeraicva(iili h-.i- on Monday, September 1. wra. Cor. R.T. P. ALLRN. Hn.- WBend JeZIdaw sc to ttaloguc r R.T. Fanndaie, Franklin co ,