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THE MEMJPBLLS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY JUNE 16, 1874.
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ilEMPIIiS APPEAL
TUESDAY KOBXISQ, JUNE 1C, 1874.
''jroLum or, southern i-egisla.
TORES.
In a paper read) before the Memphis
Xranch of the Mississippi Tallej780ciety
of Iiondon, a few days ago, it was stated
that if the valley of the Mississippi
were thoroughly reclaimed and Irri
gated, and the whole of the lowlands
devoted to cotton production, the an
nual yield would be morejthan fourteen
million bales, or nearly thrice the great
est crop ever produced in America. In
leaching these results, the cotton-growing
lowlands were estimated to be forty
Jive mileSjWide and five hundred miles
in length. .Even now the annual pro
duction of the lowlands, as shipped from
IMemphis, 2sew Orleans and Vieksburg,
is perhaps one and a half million bales,
giving to thejeopleof this valleyninety
million dollars in gold; or, since the
war, seven hundred .million dollars in
gold. With all this enormous w ealth
thus produced, such are commercial sys
tems Tastened on the country by Federal
legislation, and such the course of com
merce as shaped by railways and manu
facturing systems, that the people of
this valley, at this hour, are the poorest,
because thetupidest, on this continent.
"We tax money until it is driven away.
There can be no gold or money in a
country taxing It when it is untaxed In
adjacent States and cities. Money
travels not by rail alone,but flies by tele
graph, and stupendous folly in southern
legislation and chancery courts have
given it countless wings. Real-estate is
Ho baiia of credit, and borrowers must
pay enormous rates of usury, a heavy
per centage being added to the lender's
profits and borrower's 1ms, to pay for
xisks incident to thu intervention of in
junctions invoked to defeat contracts be
tween borrowers and lenders. If real
estate were a perfect security for money
lent and as well for perfect promptness
of payment, and there were no usury
laws, property would never be sold under
mortgage. When a debt matured. Be,
cured by mortgage and the borrower
could not pay, he would always Hud
other money-lenders to take the place of
iris creditor and give further time. Per
fect security is all that lenders ask,
coupled with the perfect assurance that
the debt will be paid the moment it is.
due. It is a sad state of affairs when
legislation is so unwisely shaped that it
drives out ot the south all the wealth
which the south produces. The Federal
government is used by the east to rob the
south and went and enrich the east by
means of intolerable tariff codes, and
then the weak legislatures of the south
devise schemes of narrow f-elfishnesa
"whleh plunder these States by pro
cesses even more ruinous than that of
the tariff system. We are content to
give the country, in eight years, eight
hundred million dollars, in gold, and
have not a dollar ourselves.
STATU FIX ASCIIS.
There are some who say the country
is now in impoverished condition, and
is unable to pay more than three per
cent, at present, therefore say they let
the remaining three per cent, lie over.
"What would te the effect of this policy?
Itwouhl ruin car State credit and bring
upon U9 all the evils of repudiation. It
would not furnish any permanent relief.
The three per cent, standing even would
amount to seven hundred and fifty
thousand dollars per annum, and in ten
years this would be seven million
five hundred thousand dollars of an ad
ditional debt which would have again
to be funded, because the people could
not bear a tax sufficient to pay it in one
or two years. This plan increases the
debt, and tends to make it permanent,
"when the true and wise policy should
be to create1 a sinking fund to decrease
the debt yearly. It has been tliown
most ably and conclusively by Colonel
Killebrew In his agricultural report,
that the increase in the wealth cf the
State will pay the debt In a few years
without any increase of taxation. Upon
the question of ability of the State to
pay there can be no doubt. A State
whose annual agricultural productions
amount to eighty-six millions of dollars
can easily, pay such a deltt as we have
in twenty years If we will reduce our
expenditures, as.should be done, In the
administration of our State govern
ment. Even now wo are lees burdened
than other States, and when wo begin
to prosper, as we will if we preserve our
credit, our taxes should be very light,
and at the same time our obligations
woukl be promptly met. The question
of preserving our State credit is above
all otherque&tions, and we cannot afford
te let It be ignored. Repudiation as a
mere question of dollars and cents,
without regard to honor and principle,
and is most unwise, because it will reflect
more pecuniary loss than the amount
saved.
Ex-GovBRNORWlNSTONjOf Alabama,
-wrote to Charles L. Scott in April, 1S70,
that bo, at one time, favored the idea of
convincing the negroes of the plain truth
that their interest and fortunes were
thoroughly identified witli those of the
-white people. He was at length driven
to the conclusion that the end was unat
tainable. In all KlitIcaI and partisan
intercourse with the people of the south,
fcaid the governor, the conduct of the
negro is characterized by endless du
plicity, and, with his present political
master, by unlimited confidence. He is
a mere machine a soldier obeying or
ders. The carpetbagger and scalawag
point to manifold wrongs and injuries in
the past to the denial now, as then, of
social equality and make more prom
ises than Satan to our Savior, with no
more prospect of performance. There is
ao possibility of alliance or co-opeia
tion between the races. It Is an inevit
able and irrepressible conflict, declared
the governor, and any entanglement
-with the negro must result in embarrass
ing as. By a clear and plain declaration
of our principles we -will, after a time,
be bound to win. Local advantages
might result from a mongrel ticket, but
tbere la more strength in an open, out
arid out white man's ticket. AVe can
carry some prudent and sensible negroes
but a? a party we have tendered them
the olive branch, which they have
spurned with derision. Any further ef
fort on our part will be simply throw
ing pearls before swine.
Governor Baxter had a very flut
tering reception at Pine Bluff, on Friday
last. The "special" to the Little Rock
GaztUc sayfc' tho landing was crowded
with a rejoicing populace. The mayor
and Dr. Holcombe, from the balcony of
he Planters' house, tendered to the pov
ernor and party the hospitalities of the
city, and he replied iu a brief but happy
speech, which was loudly cheered. The
colored people were very enthusiastic
a"saWWsMEtCJDB O. F. Macaroon, KraMus
- " -- ..M.iamtj p -rr-.. . i !ii.n.miiiii imiiim.ii m. aAAUa - inuaFrw n Plipr. nLiUlUIt ajiu a." - 'II
General Newton, in response to loud
calls, madeatihort speech,. and carried
the crowd by storm. General White
made on address of welcome, and
thanked Uie governor for the honor con
ferred upon the people of Jefferson. The
reception was a grand ovation to an ap
preciated public man, and the people are
happy and enthusiastic for the great
savior of their liberty and honor Gov
ernor Baxter. Tho barbecue the next
day was an admirable supplement to
tliis reception, in which nearly all tho
people of Pine Bluff, without regard to
color, participated.
A New Orleans paper says that "the
worst view of the levee case is the im
possibility of extricating t urselvcs from
It. It is ramified through society every
where, here, and along the whole valley.
It creates offices and spoils, and barna- 1
cles, and habits of life, and sustains mul
titudes. There are boards of commis- j
sioners, whose interest it is to perpetuate
the false system, as it is a source of con
tinued gain to them. This will be one
of the great benefits of the general gov
ernment taking hold of the elephant It
will enable the State, after long and ar
duous effort, to wind up the different
levee concerns, now fastened on the
people." '
The New Orleans Picayune advo-
catss the formation of white loyal
leagues, and many of our southern ex
changes adopt the proposition, asserting I
that this course has become a stern ne
cessity in some of the southern States.
The negroes go together, as one man,
on any and all questio-is, and if we do
not do the same we must prepare to
give up our countiy. There is no de
nying the fact; every election proves it
more conclusively. We have already
lost valuable time; let us not delay any
longer, but begin at once to solidify our
strength, to protect all that is dear to
us, from the march of anarchy and ig
norance.
The Mobile Megisler, In an elaborate
eil torial, says that the day for success
ful cotton-planting on the lowlands of
tho south ia past. The present genera
tion follows the culture as a desperate
resource aud under the Influence of pre
vious habit. The future culture of tho
staple will be done by small farmers,
and as an Incidental rather than as a
principal business; other cotton-growing
will prove a delusive pursuit.
The letters and editorials published
everywhere in New York State by tho
newspaper men who were recently at
Birmingham and Montgomery will be
of infinite service to Alabama and tho
south. .Even the most violent Radicals
lihve found their opinions of southern
pe ple wholly changed, and all concur
in urging people to seek homes in the
so ltb.
Kouxdrymex and speculators in
br .ss balls, such as constitute a large
sb ire of the population about the St.
L uis postoflice, are constantly asking
co iRress for condemned brass ileldpieces,
a1 1 congress gives them away by the
sc re. There will be many fine rnonu-
mt nU to American heroism, or m re to
A'tierican thriftlessness, moulded from
these guns.
Tins reads as if the "bloody chasm"
vm filled up sure enough. At the an
mill meeting of the alumni at West
IVint academy the other day, a resolu
tion was adopted Inviting all graduates
of the academy, both north and south.
to join in the anniversary dinner next
yi ar.
There is economy practiced now In
tl o city government. The chief of po
lice reduces his force and bis bills each
month. Can't all other departments
in.Itate his example? Head the inter
minable lists of property sold for taxes,
aini reflect that money was never so in
accessible to the poor.
The constitutional convention, to be
hi Id at LitUe Rock on the thirtieth in
8tnt, monopolizes the public, attention,
ainl we are glad to learn that in many
unties the negroes are making com
re on cause with the Conservatives in
the election of good men.
Fkom all accessible sources of in-
tb'mation we are assured that the grow
ing grain crop and that being garnered
in the south, is by far the best and most
abundant grown in tho south since the
war.
(JENERAL J. AMBLER SMITH IS gO-
ir ;' to Europe to sell mineral and
mountain lands of Virginia to Alsa-
thics and Scots.
The Graphic approves the civil righta
b'll and polygamy, and, we suppose,
miscegenation, and there's an end of the
Graphic.
The proper way to relieve the people
of the overflowed districts, is for the
government to employ them on the
levees.
Colonel Matt. Martin, of Cofleo
county, is an excellent candidato for
congress in the fifth Tennessee district.
General O. O. Howard conies next.
What office will Grant givo him?
HUOH TORRANCE, t THOS. WELLFORD.
Late with W. AS. Jack A Co.
TORRANCE &.WELLE0RD
Successors to Hugh Torrance & Son,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
Goueral Coramissioit Mercliants,
Xo.io Jefferson Street,
Opp. Commercial Hotel, Memphis, Tenn.
H. T. ELLETT.
B. M. ESTES
ESTES & ELLETT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Jlo. IS MadisoB Street,
MEMPHIS-
TENN ESSEIU
rilHE late law firm or Esl,JacKson a i-.ueu
I is dissolved by the -withdrawal and n.
moral ot Mr. Jackson from Memphis. Tt
eld business of Kstes A Jackson and Estes
Jackson 4 Ellett, Is In the hands of the n.
malntng parties. April a. ! apt)
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT I
AT BENJES' MILLS,
Cor. Second and Jackson Si
Lonlsrille Bolt and Cleria Works
THOS- SIEEUL k.
CO.,
anufacturers of
IlrldEr, Uool, Railroad nttd all klmU
flactilue Rolls,
Wronght-Iron Plow Clevlees, cheapest and
best In the market; Screw Hook and
Strap Hinges and
Sfeikel's Improied Iron-Beam D.S.Floi
the best In use. Machine forslns of all
descriptions.
Xcnlh asa KtWM Psa-.aBiiiie,'liy
ZtiBK T. HTBJlTTOa, Xcncwly of Miration, Me
DavlltACo. -
'Joan L.WsmoBD,WleUrabcn a Well aid. j
STRATTOtf & WELLF011D
COTTON FACTORS
Arm
2W tt.nt Htrpgt. f-ny. JcfTerson.
IiOW PRICED MUSIC BOOKS
Attractlre, Useful and very Popular.
CLARKE'S DOLLAR ISSTtt UCTOKS
rou
BEED ORGANS, PIANO & VIOLIN.
itivr.K or i,i rii.
jr. cents. Best sabbath bchool gong Book.
CANTATA Ul' KSTIII-.It.
Eramallsed. 00 cent. Immensely popular.
ffatlier Kemp's Old Folks Turns.
40 cents. Much enlarged. Bung everywhere.
RIVER OF I.IFJL
SB cents.
Best Sabbath School Bone Book.
l'IS.ER(i NKW SCHOOL for Piano, Cab
inet Organ, Uultar, Banjo, Cornet, Accor
deon, Fife, Flute, Flageolet, Clarionet.
i'rice 01 eacn dook, jo cents.
RIVKU OF MFC
35 cents. Best Book for Sabbath Schools.
WINNER'S BXI OF FOCft. 81.
Ut and 2d Vlo.ln,Cornelor Clarionet, and Bass.
Sent post-paid, on receipt of retail price.
OLIVER 11ITKJN CO- Boston.
CliAS. 11. DITSON A CO.,
Jefl 711 Broadway, New York.
WICKS, TERRY & CO.
DEALERS IS
IRON, STEEXi
MACHINERY
UuUett's Light-Draft Magnolia Uln,
Gullett's Steel Bruih Gin,
Utlca Steam Engines,
Dolman's Corn mills,
Deering's Horse Engines,
Cold Relied Shafting,
Plows, Wagons, etc.,
Stoves, Wagonrnakers' flupplles. Gum
- raiting, eic.
87IJNIOIY BTEBJEEX.
0,
BOARD at these Spnu-8 for June and Sep
tember, Jio per month; July aud Agut,
tiii; two mouths or more, 10 per month. (Ser
vants, and children under thirteen and over
four years old, hal' price. C'nl dren under
four years old S!2 per month. Board per
week, 311 ; per day, S2 M.
Patties going to these Springs will leave the
iNaHviue anu ioriuweMern rainoau at ison
Aqua Station, thirty-nine miles west of Wash-
Vine. AlCKeisior lie rouna mpsi.
j. u i.ai-uade. Aianaeer.
W. Grv Pattesow, Cashier. Je3
PICNIC PRIVILEGES
OF THE
MASONIC PICNIC, JONS 24TB.
rilHE privilege of Confect'oneryStand.one
JL ucar ciana, iteMaurant, iwnuare. snoot
ing Gallery, will be (old at James Park, Juno
Zuih, Saturday, 1 10 o'clock a.m sharp.
Jell Chairman Privilege Committee,
A. VACCAEO.
B. VACCAKO.
A. B. VACCAEO
A. VACA1E &
Importers an4 Vtnnn In
WINES, LiaUOBS
AND CIGARS,
No. 324 Front Sweet. Memphis.
SOLE AGENTS Pm
COOK'S IMPERIAL. CHA.ni'AOXE.
F,rst rrcmiam, Patent Selr-Ycutilating
ABZERICAjST
REFRISEMTOR!
Am BEER COOLER.
y"YVER all others In the essentials of SIM-
7 1 Llt'ITV, EFFICIENCY, ECONOMVaud
DURABILITY. Preserving all kinds of per-
than any other not? In use. In style and
finish they are also unsurpassed, and they
are, tneniore, connnuentiy recommended
tue BEST REFIllOERATOR KNOWN.
roll .SALE
WE
13 and 15 Monroo St.,
ME1IPIIIS, : : : : : TEXSESSEE.
LOUISVILLB & NASHVILLI
-AUD
GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
SCHEDULE:
Mall train leaves dally
l:10pjn
Nashville Express leaves daily
fJOp.m
" No change of cars by this line for Louls-
ville, St, Louis or Nashville. Pullman Palace
Bleeplng-Cars on all night trains.
X or ucs.eis or jnjoruiauou apply at-
I Ticket Oiilce, 'o. 278 .Main Street,
COKNEIt MADISUw.
JOHN T. FLYNN.'Snp'tMemDhlsDiv.
James speed, Ticket Agent.
Trustee's Sale.
UKDEit anu uy virtue or ine terms ot a
trust deed, made to me by Hiram A. Par
teo and wife on the 3d of June, 1S73, and re
corded in the Recorder's office of the parish
f St. James, Louisiana, In book of mortgages
' N," N y. 32, loilos ii and 49, to secure a certain
note therein described, which Is unpaid, 1 will,
On iYeune;ua;, 15lli of Jalj, 1874,
between the hours of II a-m, and 3 pjn. of that
day, In front of the building formerly eccn
plea by the Merchants National Bank, at the
southwest corner of Main and Madison
streets. In Memphis, Tennessee, offer for
lor sale, for cash, to tho highest and .best
bidder, all the right, title and Interest oi
Hiram A. Partee to the following described
property, situate in at. James' pansn, state ol
ixiuisiana, anu aescrioeu urns: i nt) planta
tion known as the Arcadia plantation, on the
western bank of the MlsMsslppi rtver,uounded
above by tho landsof Eloy Herbert, and bo-
low by the lands of Ay mar, measuring five
arnents ana iweuiy-one lojses iu irouu anu
wiacuing towaru ine rear, ana oeing seventy
one railos from the city of New Orleans. This
Interest in this piantauon onared for sale Is
that 1 merest conveyeu 10 suu ranee in a cer
tain deed made bv E. II. Martin and wile, on
the Slh of March. IsTit. to j, J. Freeman, trcs-
ie, lor saiu xi, j. i uruw auti uiueis.
ine euuiiy oi reuemnuou is WRlvett.
JOHN J. FREEMAN, Trustee.
Wilson A Beard. Attorneys. jell
Admiuistratris Notice.
HAVING qual!flod as Administratrix of the
estate of Stephen W. Wl'klns. deceased.
at the May term. 1ST!, of the l'robato Conrt nl
sneiuy county, notice is nereDy given to all
parties holitlns claims asalnst said estate to
me the saiue, properly authenticated, with
M.V, MW " . I J " I . ' . ..U.IJVUWIA.VU, HIIU '
Main juvet, withiu the time nrescriked' by
mw, or inv huuohiu uvuwigu; anu ail per
sons ludebled to said estate arereaueaUd in
como iorwara a. once anu heiue ine same.
ii&viriiA. ii.ivi.t5, Aum x.
It, C. Williamson, Attorney, my2a ta
IrFouehtTfromlBollvK-.l
"l SRl I , Srr
wnnlv,
LINE OF OCEAN 8iAM81IITS
0
Me
NE or tho above JUSTLTCELEBBATED
I101TAL MAILi 8TEAMHU1PU leaves
ewVork every Thursday and Saturday for
QUEENHTOWN ana LiVEitruuii. rare to
or 1 rora Q ueenstown or LI verpool:
Cabin WO and I 90, gold
I.ondon , , lit and 9i, gold
Pnrln So and 105, gold
Hamburg. Rotterdam, Ant-
werpt and Havre . SO and 100, gold
For UOUND-TKIl' TICKETS, a ItEDUC
TION of fs, gold. Steerage U Queenslown,
IJvcrpn !, London. Ulasgow. Deny, Belfast,
and Dublin, I3S, currency; return, JZ7;
Itound laip, $50. Far passage tickets or
further Information apply to JOHN U. DALE,
THOMAS FISHER,
Fresdent Emmet Bank of Memphis. Tenn.
jar 1 he Ioka Sprints Hotel Property
will be sold on the FOURTH DAY OF JULY
NEXT, to the highest bidder, for one-fourth
cash ; balance one, two and three yean. The
company have a liberal charter, the property
Li very desirable, and hotel-men aud others
secKinga paying investment wonia ao well
co luiena. ouie potiiuve; uue pen ecu
told by order of the Board.
F. O. H. WHITE. President,
Geo. P. Hakmbrly. Sec, and Treaa. my 31
FOR SAXE.
TBB CHICKASAW CLUB!
With all Its ELEGANT FURNITURE AN
Al'PUHTENANCES. Apply to
W.
,F. BOYLE, Trustee,
tfeffl
mii Maln.treet.
COSMOPOLITAN CUSTOM SHIRTS
Made to order from the best materials,
and warranted o at.
Bent bv excreta C O D to any part of the
country at me louowixig raus,:
6 Best Quality New York muslin and
6 Hecond quality WamsutU
, 18 CO
.15 00
ts i niru quality wamsutta.
Also. Wedding and Party Bhlrts made to or
der.
Directions for measurement sent on applica
tion to
J0UXST0S ft TANCE,
Clothing; and Famishing Goods,
mhS SOS MAIN STREET.
Oil. MJRAIi.
1 IIK Panola Oil Company sella Cotton Seed
I OH Meal at less than ine export price. In
order to promote Its larger use here, where H
uss in minimum vaine. leiQAw
HO ! FOR SAINT PAUL.
mlCKETS AT THE LOWEST RATES, cood
j till October 15th, over the Anchor Line, or I
any omer 1 ine 01 ti earners. APPiy u
VAX A. TV. AJTDERSOX,
ATTORSEI & C0DNSELIOR AT LAW,
LEE BLOCK,
Ke, IS Union Street, Memphis, Icnn.
WILL practice in all the City and County
Coarts.the Supreme Court, and In the
United States Circuit and District Courts at
Memphis. Will attend promptly to all busi
ness mirusiea u mm. myi
Southern Life Insurance Co.
JlEMi'ins, Tinn., June 6, ll7f.
rilHE annual meeting of the Stockholders of
1 thl company will bo held at the office of
uie. company on
Tuesday, July 7th Frox.,
Between the hours of S and 6 o'clock pjn. At
this meeting Directors axe to be elected for
tneensuing year.
je max, secretary.
FIRST
GRAND PICNIC
GIVEN BT THE
MEMPHIS f IRE RELIEF
ASSOCIATION,
At Exposition Building,
ON
THUBSDAY, JUNE 18,
DAT ANU AIQ11T,
fliHE public are'cordlally Invited to attend.
J The befet of Music has been engaged. The
strictest order will be maintained. Ko rains
or labor will be spared to make this the Grand
runic or ine seaoau
COMMITTKE OF ARRANGEMENTS.
Ed. dinner,
A. B. Weaver,
Frank Egan,
Pat Conn ell,
John Ssduran.
RECEPTION COMMITTEE.
John E. Randle. Thos. F. Dnffln.
JchnSoellman, Esa, Victor D. Fuchs,
11. l. iomunon. i". j. jaaiiou.
JohnTrabucoc. John Walsh.
J. W. Heath, Ed. Breathett,
j. vaiener, j a men uoyie,
W. C. Woodruff John Gaston,
Fat Dny.
FLOOR COMMITTEE.
Chas. riasgto, W.F.Carroll,
w.J.crosoie. jonn tsmuvar.
M. Hart. M. Athy.
Pat Connell, M. Clarie.
DOOR COMMITTEE.
P. McElroy, Bernard Lynch,
F. Egan,
Tim Ryan,
1 . fcCOU.
Mat Shelby,
A. Dwyer,
C.H.M. Smith.
Admission, Fifty Cents. Indies Free.
sr No lmDroner characters allowed In the
oaiiaing.
BIDS FOB TQE PRITILEGES
Of Confectionery Stand
Shooting Gallery.
and Restaurant, will be received till Monday,
June 15th. Address the Committee ol Ar
rangements. Englnebouse. corner second and
Auams streets. xnyzt
J, l. daniel.
L. J. WARE
J. L. DAMEL & CO.,
Successors to Wsst, Dahiei. & Wbiout,
COTTON
AND
Produce Commission Merchants,
Xo. 2 novrrtrd'fl Kovf.
MEMPHIS-
-TENNESSEE
ATMOSPHERIC LAMPS
REQUIRING SO CHIMNEYS.
Parlor Lamps, Hall Lamps, Chandeliers
for Churches, Tinware, Toiletware.
C.T. PRESCOTT & CO,
Ugl HIAIX STREET.
LAKE-SIDE HOUSE
Madison, Wisconsin.
H'HIS DELIGHTFUL SUMMER RESORT,
L iccaeii on me souui mancm 01 ine Beau
tiful Lake Monona, directly opposite the city
'
Will Open for tllO StaSOh.JnilO tho 15tn,
Excursion tickets from Cairo or St. Lonls at
reduced rates for the summer. Kor Informa
tion address WM. i. ItOOS,
J e3 su-tc-thu Jfroprletor,
t Tn Hriv' 1
'MUlcrFofHardematf ri?
tho tpstator. Tlllinir Jorin Dili- r,;,.nrnrv"t hont.)), rlvllritrhts I D?,I'i.." ,V."r T 1 sW'totWJ'Sl 1 "
BANKRUPT SALE.
I HEREBY give notice of nay appointment j
U AnlniMdf thmtAlAtifVarrlaA Wnnl.
U ridge, who have been adjudicated bankrupts'
uu jjvbiuuu ui cxeuiioni, ana j. will oner at
Prhate Sale, for Thirty Days
Commencing
MONDAY, MAY 4, 1874,
The effects of the said estate, at No. 212 Adams
street, oonsisung or
Doors, Saab, Bllndu, Mantels, Mould
ings, and all kinds of Manufjic
tared and Unfinished
Lnmber.
ALBO A number one Knelne and Boiler, to
gether with thu finest and best assortment of
Machines or every descnption-usuaiiy usea
In a first-class planlng-mllf.
The engine, Ixiller, machinery and building
will be sold ogetber.
For particulars apply on premises, or at my
omce, no. u disunion sireei.
mfa o. WOOLUIUDHB. Assignee.
JOHN UXAY,
IMPORTER AMD B CALEB IN
WINS & LIQUORS
358 Sain St, Memphis, Tenn.
AIXAN MNE
LIVERPOOL,
BAXTIXORE ASH NORFOLK.
To, and frem Europe, and all Points la
the Soalbernnnd Western States.
T
iHIS Is bv far the CHEAPEST and BEST
route to an points in tneeontnern ana
W estern Stales,
their friends car
Parties wlshlne to send for
their friends can obtain PREPAID CKRTIKI-
CATE3 AT LOWEST RATES; and all further
Information on application to
BUX.KXET A CO
Gen'l Sutlwclern Atenla. S Madlion.
DANIEL PRATT OIN CO, PratUvlUe, Ala
j. 3L, n ill 111, Mempnis, lenn.
PBATT 6IN 08.
292 FRONT STSEET,
SECOND FLOOR,
M9IPinS, : t TENNESSEE,
" Depot for the sal of the
' OLD
DANIEL PRATT COTTON GINS.'
Orders nolloted. Pxle, M per saw.
mnis caw
DISSOLUTION.
mllG firm of Bchoolfleld. Hanauer A Co..
X compotied of W. W. Schooltleld, L. and J.
llananer, Henry G. Miller, and Henry Thom
as, is this day dissolved on account of the
death of Mr.
r. u.
llananer, on the "111 day of
September, 1S73.
parties owinir ;
accounts or notes to the above
named firm will please come forward prompt
ly aud mafte payment, as the business must
De Closed, ine unuersigxieu win conunue ia
business as Wholesale Grocers and Cotton
Factors, without chance of arm name or style.
W . W.DnUUliClALU.
L- HANAUEIU
HENKY G. MILLER.
HENRY 1UOMAS.
Memphis, June 1, 1S71.
W. W. SCIIOOLFIELS.
Louis Hanauer.
HlXBT G. JI'LLER.
11EXEV TI1035AM.
SCHOOLFIELD, HANAUER & CO..
WHOLESALE
Grocers & Cotton Factors
256 FKOXT STBKET,
MEMPHIS, ::::::: TENNESSEE
WE Invite the attention of buyers ti our
LAKUE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
GROCERIES, feeling confident of being able
to offer them goods in our line at as low rignres
as they can do purchased In any Western or
nnumern city, we win give especial atten
tion to me sale 01 vmwn, oar jar.iiouiti iian
auer making that a t peclalty.
'manning our many inenas lor me very
liberal patronaee bestowed on the Arm just
dissolved, we resp ctrnlly solicit a continu
ance of their favors, hoping by close atten
tion to Dusiness 10 merit me same.
Memphis, Jane I, mi. lei
Southern Hootstirt and Corset Manu
factory, 383 Main Street.
BOULEVARD SKIRT AND
Folding Bustle are the latest.
Immense assortment of the
elegant real French Corset,
byli'Oiseau, Dupont, Werly;
Abdominal, Nursing, Misses'
and Olove-fitting CorstU;
Shoulder Braces,Uress Shields
I'aus ana uress .tuevaiors.
Quality and lit warranted.
THE TOTIYJEsRSAI.
FEINTING MACHINE !
Just received, and now In Deration at the
PRINTING HOUSE
AND -
BOOK BINDERY
OF
S. O. TOOF.
15 COURT STREET, : : MEMPHIS.
rThls PRESS occupies LESS space; has
-gTeater STRENGTH; doos FINER WORK;
ana is pronounced by the leading Printers
In the United States and Great Britain the
BEST PrtESS ever invented.
This Frees was recently purchased of Messrs.
Coddlngton A Klngsley, London, England,
aud is now In operation and open for Ihe In
spection of all who may desire to witness the
workings of this wonderful little machine.
, IL BROWN, J. C. ALEXANDER
woauoms county, miss.
BROWN & ALEXANDER.
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND PURCHASING A0ESTS,
Room No, 10 SnEnolla Bloclt, cornet
union una noni sirecis.
CONSIGNMENTS solid tod. Orders Sot all
kinds of merchandize, machinery, vat;
ons, etc.. accompanied with cash or Its equlv-
aienivwiu receive prompt atienuon; oiuers
will not be noticed. We lnanre all eoiutcn
xnents to us and .roods shinned bv ns. nalesa
t":rwlse Instructed. Refer. bT nermisslon.
tssaM.n Vatlnnal MnC
Forfeited Zanda In Arkansas and tbe
cmplili anu linnsas city Kallroail.
I I.L persons who owned land In Lee. Crlt-
tenden, Cross, Mississippi, Poinsett, St.
t ran c in, jnonroe, wooomn, jasEson, inue
Dendence. Sharp. Izard. Van Buren. Fulton.
tearcy, Boone and Marlon, or either of them,
ia iub oisie ui aiulous, k ii tit. iijivt) ueeu lor
fetted to the State for the non-payment of
taxes, win. Dr suoscnDins: ine same uvonit-
elalm deeds, properly acxnowledged, to the
Memphis and Kansas City Railroad Company,
receive two dollars and fifty conts (S2 SO) per
acreln paid up capital stock of the said com-
S.'SSiS!S
and will soon have the road under contract
through Arkansas, ine jiissonrl end or
the Una is already eraded over 100 miles from
' Kansas City In the direction of Memphis,
ana wueu uuifium, wuiwi iiie cumpany pro
pose to do within the next year, it will un
questionably be one of the best paying rail-
roans in lue wuuiwdh. jiiUtie w I h i . i n f ui
subscribe their jorieitea tanas, upon the con
ditions BDOvesiaiea, are requested to commu
nicate with E. K. ADAMS, care Adams A
Illxon, Planters' Insurance Bul'dlng. Mem
phis, Tennessee, or to J.M. BOOKER, Irving
xmocje, care wuwu vt jj ica, jnemuuis, len-
... . I w.1 1 w I
UCMCT, "UU ftlUKW 1".U UCVU4,
and also gl i receipts for all lands so sub
scribed; and In the meantime the under
signed will visit the several counties and
leave blank deeds and receipts with the
County Clerk, where they can be obtained at
any time,
A. IX.
I. McCitAY.
Snbscrlptlon Agent.
LEUBEIE BE81111S!
330 & 333 MAIM ST.
PRICES UPSIDE DOWN!
POPULAR VERDICT PRONOUNCES
J jAP. JlST
m BUT MUBI UUI
o
ENTIRE
rices
PATTERN AND
TO BE CLOSED ODT
HATS TRIMMED
ReUtoF
In the most stylish and fashionable manner for all who psrchaao th materials,
which weguaranut. ,o sell CHEAP KKTUAJi AKTIIOUSS BOOTH.
GREAT
LADIES' A3D GHILDREN'SIONOERWEAR !
Our own manufacture Wamsutta
READ OUR CHALLENGE FRIGE LIST!
we cannot and will
RIBBONS !
HALF riUCES !
BEST
Gros Grain, all 811k, 1 Inch, Uc. Cord Edge, all Ells:, 1 Inch, 6c.
Oros Grain, all 811k, 2 Inch. 15c. Cord Edae, all Slli,21cct;,8o.
Gros Grain, all 811k, 2 Inch, 20c. Cord Edge, all 811k, 2Y. Inch, 12c.
All 8Uk Gros Grain, dne shades, 7-lnch Bash Rlbbon.fl: worth 2 JO. Fine Sash
l'dbbons, S0C, 35c, 4ic, 6c. Beaded Netlngs, Laces, Veils, Illusion, Urenadlnss, Tis
sues, Spanish Nets and Laces, Spanish Lace Scarfs and Jackets,
Crapes, Trtmmlog 81Usln newest shades. HUN TO LEUBRIE.
We are tire Pioneers in Sclllas
the UigU Prices
LADIES' UKDERWEAR !
GREAT ItUsn
Fine Chemise, 60c, 75c, tl.
Fine Drawers, 60c, 65c, 85c.
Fine 3-Kuffles and Tucked, It S3.
Fine Bias Tucked and Flounced, Si 60, Si
CHILDREN'S
Fine Chemise and Skirts, 75a. Shirt Waists 100 styles, 60c, 75c, SI. Fine Jaconet
and Nainsook, elegant new styles, hair price.
LEUBRIE BROS., 223 and 22 ilftlo street.
500 DOZ, TOWELS!
Linen, Huck and Damask Towels thrown upon the market at prices that none dare attempt.
BOTTOM PRICES ! NOW OH NEVER ! SLAUQUTER OP HOSfERT !
Extra length Ladles' LUIa Ho.e, Sic. Extra length Ealbriggan Silk-Clocked
lIoc,33c. Closing out fresh stock-2000 dozen Ladles' fine Host, 12, 15. 20c. I'M)
dozen Heal Balbrlggan, 33c, worth sac
12, 15c. Best go
gooas 4
i ever offered at above
PARASOLS! PARASOLS ! PARASOLS!
AT COST!
1200 Children's Silk, all colors, 63c worth
and SI worth SX 20u0 Sun Umbrellas, SI,
Silver Handles, cheapest In the city.
FANS, FANS,
LINEN FNS. 10 CENTS.
Latest Novelties Gold StlckSllkFans,75e.Sl,S125. Trianon, large sizes, 33, 60, 75e.
Opening fresh dally receipts ol Jewelry, Hat Ornaments, French Flowers, Etc
!LQU LEUBRIE KID GLOVES
Every pair warranted. We have
sioacoESiSz
15,000 pairs Ladles' and Children's PRIME
o
JET JEWELRY !
Jet Jewelry, now goods, S3, 50, 75c, Back Combs, Jet and 8hII, new goods, 65,75, 0c.
Jet Chains, Chatelalns, Necklaces, Etc. Long Rubber Chalss, 60c, 76c.
Greatestbanralnsyotofrerel. Our own manufacture. SAVE TfOUB COMBING!
Real Human Hair Braids, 51, SI 50, 51, S3 60, S3 60 and np. Puffs. V3a; Frlzzettes.aOo
peryard. Wo are unapproachable In the above prices, to which we Invito lnspec
tton and challenge coapetltlos.
o
Originators of tho Great Lcu'rlo Plan of
Tonrsenes, ine popamr vice
tULAl'EU THA
SUITS
9
We are manufacturing a larse line of
at the prices charged
$20,000 WORTH OF LADIES'
Will offer our entire sto:k of One Shoes at cost. The only house in the city thit
retails goods at wholesale prices,
gains m
Ladles' Hemmed Handkerchiefs, 8c, 10c, 12c, 15c. Gents' Hemmed Handkerchiefs,
8c, 10c, 12c, 23c Handkerchiefs, 75 cents per dozen worth SI 25. Lace Handker
' chief at 20c, 25c
o
LADIES' BELTS, 50, 100,
Crossbar Shirts. 75o -else where 91 23.
a h rt a
UUiiiO nnf
NOTION DEPARTMENT!
500 dozen POCKET KNIVES at 63c former price II
3500 ALBUMS, 25c, 60o, 75e, 51
TRAVELLSO BASKETS and SATCKEZS, ffl 3 worth K SO.
OUB KXIIRESTOrK OF
FANCY GOODS, GLASS AND GHIAWABE
To be closed oat regardld3 of cost or value. Come and examine.
o ...
KID GLOVES-TRY THE CELEBRATED
XjOU IrEUJKKtE MJ3&
Every pair warranted, which mams a new pair given for all that rip or tear.
All the new shades,
o
BIRGaIKS IS TJXDERWEaBI
BARtUINS IN jHLLLXEftY I
STRAW GOODS AT COST I
SHOES AT LESS THA5 COST?
I ATTERfi HATS ULUAKULtSS Or CuST I ULlS'Sty 4I1E AXO CIUSAWARE
at prices to defy competition. Call aud Inspect. So trouble to show
goods. Goods marked In plain flgares.
TOWELS, TABLE-CLOTHS,
WE CANNOT AND WILL
We employ EIGHT? HANDS, and to conUnnc
and save 100 per cent, by purchasing your goods at the CHEAPEST HOUSE SOU fH,
220 and 222 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
11 SOUTH !
STOCK
Before Unhsard-Of
TRIMMED HATS
BEG1BDI1SS OF YALUE,
FREE OF CH&R6E!
RC8H FOR
and Lonsdale Cottons only used.
not be undersold t
RIBBONS! RIBBONS !
SHADES AND MAKES?
Goods Cheap, and have Broken
before Cbarscd.
LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
AT LECBUIETS!
G5.
Fine Night Gown,75e. 11, SI 25.
Flne20-Tuck skirts, 75c.
Fine Embroidered and Tucked, S2.
Warranted full sices. Well made.
UNDERWEAR
TOWELS! TOWELS!
i attempt.
,Y!
1000 dozen Children's, white and fancy, ltfc,
prices.
jBjt cost ;
SI 25. 1000 Children's Silk. larze size, 85e
SI 23 worth S3 50. 6000 latest styles, fancy
o
FANS, FANS,
every new and fashionable sixlo.
shoes.
FRESH STOCK, 10 per cent, ebove cost.
JET JEWELRY !
CS- G Q X & !
Selling Uoods Cheep t Coce and satisfy
aTraras it, ana Tie cmira 10 SLL
AKlt HOUSE SOOTH I
Liwn and Linen Suits, which we a.' e selling
by eastern manufacturers.
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES !
150, 250---N0 HUMBUG I
WEAR!
Patlne Drawers,
RU f'.n
'5c worth SI CO. (lauza
iwa ivbi
6X.OTJE2 SOB $1 OO!
TKIaSED IIA1S LE?8 THAX COST I
HOSIERY & STRAW GOODS !
NOT BE UNDERSOLD I
giving them employment, have determined
ants cuoufcs
Handkerchiefs
Balestolcommencetl
o'clock ajnsaaaaHBj
-fifeXr.THOH.W.HUMEgr-"
MERCHANTS
FIRE AND MALUM E
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF MEMPHIS
Office: No. IS MaOison St.
OFFICIOS.
TL L. MEAC1IAM, t .Presiden
jL N. SeKAY, : Tke President
WJC. GAT, t i : Secretary
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
K. L. KKACHi aof M. L. Ucacham A Oi
A. X. Melf AT of Kled4e, McK7 A Co
8. HANrlELD of Mansfield A HIjbee
WSS. JOTM EKof Joyner, Lemmon A Gala
WJf. B. UAI.HU KAT II Cotton Factor
Hon. JOUX OTERTOV, Jr Memphis
J. tL. PBTTIGBEW, 0 f Edmonds, P(ettl grfl
SAAC BCBWAB.
of Behwaa
B. r. HAI.LEK of HolloweV, Crockett
Hiir.
Takes Fire and Manna risks. Dwelling
Uooses and Isolated Uoantxr stores
--'" lclUid. 'sJO
SRAKD HAVEN & SPRING LIES
(HICHIQAK)
SUMMER 3SESOKTS
AND
MAGNETIC MINERAL SPRINGS
THE CUTTER IIOCSE,
at O rand Uaven, W.Q.Bherman. Proprietor
THE fiPBIXC LAKE UOU.tr.
at Bprlng Lake, John T. Chenej, Proprietor
wMagnetlo Water on draneht,at
Ask-for circulars.!
SM Main street.
MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON R. R.
Chan go of SoliedTile.
ON and after Sunday the th day ot Jane
1871. trains on the Memphis and Charles
ton Kallroad will arrive and leave Memphis
as follows:
Mall train arrives.
.1:13 pan.
Jllit) a.m.
.223 tun.
Mall train leaves...
Exdms train arrlvea
Express train leaves
. tl pan.
HomervillB accommodation arrives. aon.
Tomervllle accommodation leaves i SO p.m.
Grandlnnctlonaccom'datlonarrlvea 720 pjn.
Grand Junction accom'datlon leaves 5iX ajn.
Mall and Express trains running through
make elose connection for all points Nortn,
East, Northeast, Bonth and tiontbeast. Sleep
lnz coaches on all trains running at night.
Trains Hos. 1 and 7 will not stop at Hag sta
tions between Memphis and Grand Junction.
These trains make close connection for all
points North and South on Mississippi Cen
tral Kallroad.
Ticket office,Z73 Main street and at depot.
W. J. ROSS, General Superintendent.
DIAMOND SPECTACLES
These spectacles are manufactured from
"MINUTE CRYSTAL PEBBLES" melted to
gether, and are called DIAMOND on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
Having been tested with the polariscope, the
diamond lenses have been found to admit fif
teen
T cent, less heated rays than any other
pebble.
xney are Kronnawitn great scientina
accuracy, are free from chromatin aberrations.
ana proaace a ongniness ana aisunciness or.
vision not before attained In spectacles. Man
ufactured by the fiDesrrr tollrnl ifann-
faclnrins; Company, I. T. Tor sale by re
sponsible agents In every city In the Union.
W.
v. niHr,jeweieranaupucian,usoie
Agent for Memphis, TennM
from whom they
can only be obtained. No Deddlers emDlovi
teu.
ed.
ix, not nay a pax" unless you see the trada
mark aplO
Proclamation by tho Governor.
JOHN C. BROWN, Governor of the State of
Tennewee.-To all who shall see these pres
ents Greeting:
YyilKltKAS, It has b-;en made known to
Tl mo that a certain unknown person,
charged with having committed a fool and
atrocious murder, on. the 29th day of May,
1S74, upon Ihe body of Thomas Winchester
Lake, late ot oar county of Hhelby, has Seel
from lusllcs, and is now running at large:
Now, therefore, 1 John C. Brown, Governor
as aforesaid, by virtue or the power and au
thority in me vested, do hereby offer a reward
of five hundred (boo) dollars to any person r
persons who may detect and apprehend t'je
said unknown party and deliver him to the
sheriff or Jailer of our county of ShelUy.ln
order that Justice In that behalf may be had
and executed. The above reward will bo paid
only on Dual conviction,
in testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand and caused the Great Seal of the
Stale to be affixed, at Nashville, oa the 5th
day of June, 1874.
JOHN C. BROWN, Governor.
By tho Governor:
Cuaiu.es N.Giebs, Secretary of State.
Montgomery White Sulphur Springs,
Hontgomerj County, Tlrglnla.
qiHia delightful watering-place will bs
I opened for the reception of visitors on the
tiKsriiii urJU.MSKtST. These Springs
have been entirely re-furnlshed In an itWinf
and modern style, and the proprietors are
making every arra semen t for ihe comfort and
convenience or visitors. This Is the most
beautlml and extensively Improved of the
numerous watering-places in the mountains
of Virginia, and Is capable of accommodating
over one thousand visitors. The lawn Is cov
ered with a forest of cboice shade trees. The
cottages are of different sizes and plans, each
forming a distinct building and presenting t
th eye a beautiful picture. All ihe usaal ap
pliances for the convenience, comfort and
amusement of guests, are provided, Including
Expn-ss, Ticket, Post and Telegraph offices.
The Bar will be under the management of
Thornton A. Atkinson, and will be supplied,
with the beit of liquors.
BIG TUNNEL, on the Virginia and Tennes
see division of the Atlantic, Mississippi aid
Ohio Railroad, Is the station of the Springs--distant
oae and a half miles, with which Uier
are connected by a railway track. Rowao
trip tickets to the Springs can be proem h
all the principal towns and cities at r.eatlr
reduced rates. The elegant Pullman Palace
Sleeping Cars run through to thes serines
without change from New Orleans. "
C- A. COLbOUN, for twelve yea? s the resi
dent partner at the Alleghany By rings u m
charge of the management, and r. tenders to
his Old patrons a cordial welcome and pledges
his efforts, with the aid of expovienced assist
ants, to render their stay plea mt. We pro
pose to have none but experienced servants.
We have a large farm of new iy two thousand
acres, and an elegant garden attached to the
property; and can assure, our visiters that
supplies of every description will be the very
best, including an alramf ancaor fresh milk,
vegetables, etc. The proprietors tender to
their gaesU of last seasor. thanks for the gen
erous patronage bestowed on these Splines.
They have lately conf aildated, In their hands,
nearly the entire outstanding stock of the
Springs Company, and. ltiHthAirintnnttnn ,
u uupxuvo mis property as to make it the
iCMUiu wnuswus-pfatce in me mountains of
Virginia. Its many-natural attractions can be
leadlns watering-place In the mountains of
Virginia, its manynatnrai aHra-tim.
bo Improved and ornamented as to render this
comparatively an easy task. Many needed
Improvements have been completed during
the lnter-Sprlngi mason, comprising a beauti
fying of the lawn, turfing or the banks of the
brook. a thorouglisvstemofrirftinincr th-
removal of former objectionable features of
the lawn and elsewhere. The proprietors take
Bleasnreln announcing to 'heir friends that
ley have secured for the coming season the
tine Band from the Naval Academv at An
napolis, Md., said to be one of the best In tha
country.
TEKMS-S3 per day. JIS ner week. tsO-nar
month : for the month of Jnna or cuu,htr tii
Children under len and and over two years
old, and colored servants, half.nrlee. TVhit
seivants according to accommodations re
oulred. SPEDIAf. tkrhum, 1 .
commodate families and those seeking the.
munnuuas lor a more permanent stay, jadn
vu.i iuiiuwiae opeciai -renns. tlz.r '
For any three consecutive months, ormore.
t!5 per month,
My 1,174.
roi.niipn a rowAtr.
SOUTHERN SAFE
FACTORY.
A.O.SCHUX.TZ
L0GK-SM1TH,
Safe-Maker & SMiinist
119 JEFFERSOM 81'.,
Jlemplila, . a-cBBessee.
VI ANUKACTUni.NG, OPENING AND Ur
WohJ'lr BANK AND JAlt,
V. 'bl JLKCJC fKdeu,t repaired for Banks
repaired for Banks
jails and Hnn.. ui
?ia,mb:' d DwriliDcs.
Mi. Iron ri,utters an.) II
ior iloiela
SE-8MITiT
A-rossfh mid i Uh. m-.i-s-"
repaired
".efAlltr.1). Kry-fluinc ai"
eral iron Work.
ad u
Gen
CELEBB1TED COTTCM mmk
4
Son,
rjBh
It days
TbMi'on Ole al the ex
relevetf ""'i'"Vk',T" or relei&on. Th
!W.H ripio rwr cent. wUl be refunded 1

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