THE MBHPIS DA-IXT AJPPIb'A.L, - SATURDAY. JUNE 12. 1875
J USE It!, 1872.
ntoa acnuiis io .iufui.h.2V3
Our i old era need not be reminded of
the fact tnat for the past ten years we
have advocated persistently the consol
idation of the lints of railway between
.Memphis and Norfolk. At first we had
thought the grand scheme which would
give to our goodly city the needed out
let to the tea, and bring us closer to our
sister cities in the east, was one that
could be most easily and readily accom
plished. We found, however, upon in
vestigation, that difllcultiea grave, se
rlous and apparently insurmountable
stood in the pathway to its successful
issue. Laborious efforts have been con
Unuously made by those having the
matter in charge, and we are now grati
fied to know and say that a more thor
ough unification of interests aud man
agement has been brought about, and
that for all practical purposes we have
the good eilects of consolidation. The
utmcst good feeling exists between the
officers of the respective links in the
great railway line between Memphis
and Norfolk. Tiie geueral freight agent
of the line from Memphis to Bristol con
trols all eastward freights, while the
the line from Bristol to Nor-
full authority to act for the
the matter of westward
The schedules of, trains
have been rearranged and the speed in
creased. Time-freight Is taken, aud the
telegraph is freely used to insure relays
of locomotives and train men at proper
intervals, and thus the line can load a
steamship at Norfolk within a given
time. At Norfolk the arrangements for
direct steam to Liverpool, Bremen and
Havre are being rapidly perfected, while
the steamers to New York and Boston
are the fastest aud finest in the world.
Extensive preparations are being made
in anticipation of a large crop this year,
and already the gladsome picture of Eu
ropean gold coming to us in ten-fold
quantity over preceding years is more
than half a realization by means of our
improved freighting facilities. We fur
ther liud that the recent Improvements
on thisjline are not alone as to freights,
but extend as well to passengers,
Coaches now run through from Mem
phis to Bristol, and it is expected soon
that trains will run through to Norfolk,
and drawing-room and sleeping-cars
through between Memphis and Balti
more. Our own Memphis and Charles
ton road, in whose prosperity the
people of Memphis are so much
interested, is no longer a mere local road,
relying alone upon its own strength to
enforce the respect due to it, but is a part
of a strong and powerful lino which is
capable of enforcing its rights to carry
freight and passengers at reasonable
rates, untrammeled by rings and mo
nopolies. We congratulate our people
of Memphis upon this improvement in
their favorite road, and especially do we
congratulate the stockholders of the
Memphis and Charleston road upon
having secured a management which
so fully comprehends the situation, and
which has to untiringly worked for this
consummation, which has fully verified,
let us modestly say, the wisdom of the
constituted two-tbirds of all the quali
ii?d voters of the county making tho
subscription. This ruling of the supreme
court rendered the subscriptions of War
ren and Issaquena counties to the Mem
phis and Vicksburg railrcad null and
void, aud put an end to all efforts to push
the enterprise. The contractors failed
to comply with that condition of the con
tract by which the road was to be com
pleted from the Yazoo river to Rolling
Fork within six months, and the board
of directors, as we learn from tho Vicks
burg Herald, have canceled the contract
and placed themselves in treaty with
Mr. Walsh, of New York, with positive
assurances from him that he will take
the contract to build and complete the
road at an early date if the county and
city subscriptions can be obtained to any
reasonable extent to aid in the construe,
tion of the road. Mr. Walsh also says
he can briug ten thousand immigrants
to Mississippi if the State will pay the
cost of transportation from the city o
New York; aud as he is a gentleman of
large means aud enterprise, we have no
doubt lie can do so.
AS OLD DKU.1I.
Cntnrel Dnrlntr Ihe.Wnrlfrom Ilie Con
federate Army by a rodfrnl Hcont
Every one who loves Tennessee aud
desires hei prosperity, and would labor
for her welfare, will indorse the Kuox
vllle Chronicle when, treating of the
centennial exhibition, it says that every
county in the State should organize on
or against the first Monday in July
next, at their county courts. The build
ings of the exhibitions will bo closed
to the reception of articles on the first
day of April next. Many will say to
themselves, we have nine months for
preparation and that is time enough
without being in a hurry about it. Let
U3 say to all such, you have no time to
spare. If you wish to make a credita
ble and reputable exhibition at Phila
delphia you must go to work at once,
and work diligently ti the end, or yon
may make a disgraceful failure and bit
terly lament after the time has passed
that you had not been more earnest In
the work and used more diligence, in
dustry aud energy in its prosecution.
Let no man theu who has an interest in
the welfare and reputation of his coun
try lag behind, but come up boldly to
the discharge of his duty and help with
his counsel, cc!v:u3 and means iu this
great and glon n work.
A letter elsewheie giving the opin
ion of Montgomery Blair on political
matters will attract the attentiou of our
readers. Of courae, what he says about
Mr. Garrett, of Baltimore, will be taken
for what it is worth. While not opposed
to that gentleman, the Appeal has al
ready indicated to its readers its prefer
ence for some one of the many states
men who have labored for the party in
season and out, and who have borno
without: murmur the heat and burden of
the day. We want, and hope we shall
have, nu available candidate, whose
name will prove a talisman of success,
a man whoso work will speak for him,
and whose position in the party will in
sure him a unanimous and enthusiastic
support. We want, not a good railroad
man, out a great statesman, one of ex
perience and ability, who has the quali
ties of a President such as the country
n;eds to give assurance of continued
growth aud prosperity to all parts of the
N'aslivillo I'ni'in and American.)
Cassopolis, Mich., June 4. I eend
you my payer containing an account of a
drum captured In Tennessee. Please
publish, aud if you obtain any further
Information in regard to its history, send
me a copy of your,paper containing It.
Yours truly. c. c. allison.
We publish below the account referred
to, and trust that the party interest
ed will communicate with us upon the
A VENERABLE RELIC.
Cassopolls National Demosrat, June 3d.
Vaxdama, Mich., June 1, 1S73.
To O.U. Turner:
Sir Acconliug to promise, I will
give you the history of my drum. It
was captured by a iquad of the Elev
enth Michigan regiment while out
foraging on the Nashville pike road,
about seven miles from Nashville, Ten
nesee, In the year 1862. Ibaloneed tothe
regimental band at the time, and when
I was musterd out of servicn I traded
my band drum forit. It unfortunately got
split while in my possession, so I had
about ten inches of it cut off, as you can
see by looking at the coat of arms. By
looking in one of the air-holes,
you can see the man's name who made
it, "Richard Bicknell, Dundee, March
23, 1640." I will tend it to you the Jirat
chance I get; you will please lake care
of it. I will be over there at your
annual meeting if possible. Yours, re
spectfully, a. s. RUSSEY.
The foregoing letter explains itself, and
reveals the fact that we have iu our midst
a venerable relic of olden times one
which may have played well Its part in
the battles, sieges anu retreats along the
Scottish borders, when Cromwell, with
his "Ironsides," invaded them. Could
the old drum speak our native tongue,
as surely as its notes thrilled and moved
the scldier heart to battle, what stories
it could relate. It might tell of an Eng
lish victory at "Marston Moor" of the
defeat of the Covenanters at Dunbar
and Worcester of the headlong and
impetuous charges of Cromwell and his
iron men as they blotted out all opposi
tion in Scotland to Eogland and her
laws. And it may be that this old drum
was brought over to this country by
some adherent of "the Regicides" when
they fled from England to save their
heads. None of these speculations are
improbable. That it is an old and valu
able relic, none will dispute. Possibly
some of the Tennessee papers may throw
some light upon its history in this coun
try at least.
Montgomery County, Ya.
JL opened on the
interim; place will bo
1st day of June, 1873.
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great mmm eailsoad
ilsll train leaves ualiy...
(Huniajs excepted) ...
I-Hves daily (except
S :38 H.m
, 5.10 p.m
For month of Jnne.....
Boaid per month..... .
Board per weec
Poard per daj-.............
For threo consecutive months.
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application to John T. Wilson, at the .Springs.
Ju5 ALLEGHANY SPRINGS CO.
I. 15. CONAWAY,
Real Estate and Collecting Agent,
So. 10 SXadlsoD St., Kempbls, Tenn.
ALL business intrusted to me will receive
prompt attention. Charges always rea
onable. Refers by permission to Col. W. L. Vane,
R. A. Parker, Cashier Bank Commerce;
F. 11. Nelson, Secretary Hernando Insurance
Co.; R. C. Daniels, President State National
Bank; Henry J. Lynn, Secretary Sfcmphls
Fire Insurance Co.; Stanton Moore, grocers
and commission merchant donl
Enibroldero 1 Grenadines ..... 10c
Hinpeu urenadlnes 12Kc
Black Urenadlnes ajc
Handsome Embroidered Grenadine ... 20c
Fine Iron Grenadine.. 37c
All-Silk and Wool Grenadines, reduced prices
Plain Barege i;c
Japanese Poplin Plaids l'2'4c
maw yarus 4-4 rercaies.
rrrK will pay the highest cash piice for
VV Wheat, Sacks furnished on applica
iu ftodi street.
Yard-wide Linen Sultlncs 15c
Handsome, wide, French Pique, 25c; former
.Embroidered Victoria Lawns, White and
tern, zk.; lormer price, 50o.
White Satin Striped Victoria Liwn
A large Iiucof White Goods, slightly soiled, to
uc mi.u regnruiess oi cosi.
Ladles' white Lawn Sum f2 50, 3, M, f5 5)
Ladies' Linen Sails ... (fj 75, SI 50
Children's white embroidered Pique Dresses
m uiui price, mci iu,t ou,wuuanunpwaru.
Children's Linen Suits 1 50, , $3, jj
JOB LOTS OE SHOES.
miW LINE OF SA3LIN6 SHIPS
Ladies- Kid, Buttoned Shoe-,, fj'i'o:"
Misses' Cloth Gaitf-rs
Ladles' Cloth Bustrtns
Decided bargains in children's Shoes."
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Church in tiie
Pursuant to the plan of extending its
Influence in the south, the Roman Cath
olic church has established its educa
tional headquarters for that section in
Baltimore. The church has always been
strong in Maryland, the founders and
early settlers of the State being of that
faith. In the city and county of Balti
more there are twenty-eight churches,
besides three monasteries, several con
vents and other religious establishments.
The priests, nuns and sisters who are
being brought from abroad to engage in
the educational work report at Balti
more, aud are there detailed to various
parts of the south. As an evidence of
the energy with which the church has
entered on this work, it is stated that in
addition to the Catholic schools already
existing, new ones are to be immediate
ly opened for colored youth as follows:
Ten in Georgia, fifteen in Alabama; fif
teen in Mississippi, and twenty-fivo in
Louisiana. They will offer board and
tuition freo to colored young men and
women, and to the poor whites for one
hundred dollars p9r.year.
AGINCOURT 570 tons...Cant. Williamson
BELGRAVIA. .1334 tons .. Cant. Boll
JOHN MAYALL. 724 tons . Capt. Brewer
UiAiuuiuiuiM,... aa ions.........i;apt. urnney
PRESTON-........ 948 tons. Capt. North
ROWANTREE M9 tons.Capt. Cunningham
SULTANA 709 tons. ........Oapt. Seals
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B. B. FULLER.
Scott .. .. master
Is now loading and will have dispatch.
Through Bills ol Lading signed to Liverpool
and all parts of the Continont.
For freight, apply to
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13 West Court St.. SSempbls, Tenn.
Managing Owner W. H.HAYNE3. Liverpool
DISS OXilTTir&DZO' ,
IIR. B. F. PARTEE bavin this dav with.
JOKL drawn from the Qrmol W.W.Wheeler
A Co., the business will be continued under j
tho firm-name of Wheeler & Co., TThowill keep
constantly on band a full stool: of Groceries
and Plants tion supplies.
Bleached Domeslics.. jC
Kxtra quality Bleached Domestic. '..Jl 8c
Hope Lonsdale Domestic gj0
Brown Domestic gc.Sc 10c
Good Prints, fast colors cc
Plaid Osnaburg iqc, 12Kc
Ginghams. 'm jgg
Great bargains In Silks.
Black Gros Gralns..
PJaln, Colored Silks-
Handsome CaKsdmeres, for men's wear. . f 0c
Our line Casslmeres at clearing prices.
-'"cu mmit , ,
Paris Linen JDuck. ..'.'-T
White-Lace Ties, Grenadine Ties, Hat Scarfs.
Pique Trlmralnss, per yard . 3c. 5c. 10c
Silk Sun-Umbrellas. si 'h SI 0
Gingham Parasols 35c, Mc, 75c
Sleeveless Lace Jackets, $5, ts and upward
Lace Tabllers, Beaded and P.aln Lace Polo.
nalses, Real-thread Lace Points, Llama Lace
Points and Scarfs
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British Half.Hote. .. " '
Striped Hose, Lis e and Silk Hose, Jaconet
as and Inserting..
. 5c, Sc, 10c, loc, 1S
Carpets, Matting, Oil-Cloths
toaln.man 1alace "iwplng-CarH 00 all night
for Ucksts or Information apply at
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Hemp Carpet m....
Ingrain, Three-Ply and
... 33c, 40o
... - )c
Brusaal, at reduced
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Corner Main ass? curt Streets.
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Tho MtHmers of this Crwr p. i
Southerly route, thus lessclz
from Ice and logs.
Rates of Passage W) and $'.. t
lng to accommodation, all r.,.
Hound Trio Ticketa -Mrtsmi s
Steerage to and from all p.., i
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Now examine and select 1i-b
season's campaign. In nr i .
free) yen will Hud all yon iv . .
be?.t quality. We now remind .
(75 cents). Oneaaalletl as a c,,
AniprlcK:cliaot Xmle Ke.v.icrs
B3okI(35cente).BookII (50 cent- 3
toO cents). Excellent graded bo!. .
Klcbnrdson'a Mlh- a fjr
(!3 7"i, the greatest and l
ClnrkeN Keiv lie 111 (Ml Jfer if -,-
(J2 -TO), which oeraple vory n ai '
pos'tion with respect to boozs 01
Kichardton'8 does to olh.-r I
And if, as is likely, you are 1
choir or musical 's -eietv. mi .
1 cellent material In oar new Ih,-
' OnnrtnfQ nml a ..... . is - ..
Anthems, (H 59). or Four Part i. rn
(?l o0 for mixed voi-, or Da-.
Services (Episcopal), 12 M.
Sent, post-paid, for retAl! p-.
Sold by all the principal mut'3 .
OLIVER DITSON 4 1
CHAS. H. D1TSON A t
711 H)OH1c:l -.
Shirts, Coderslilris, Drawers
cheaper than they can be
made to order
Dougni reaay made. Sent everywhere. Send
for self-measurement rules, s. R. Kellam.
cutter and superintendent.
GEO. B. MORTON, Proprietor,
Memphis Shirt Factory, ili North Court Street.
It. L. COUHRAN.
S. A. HVTCHSK.
The tax-payera of Wilaou county
being of opinion that tha assets of the
Tennessee and Pacific railroad have
been wasted by its managers, have en
trusted Sir. It. Cantrell, a prominent
attorney of that county, to " examine
"into the affairs of said company in be
"half of the interest of Wilson countyi
"anu to ascertain if the bonus were
" properly issued, aud what disposition
"was made of them; and whether or
"not a proper aud legal disposition has
" been made of the entire assets of the
"roadsince its commencement; and if
" our said agent deem it expedient, he
" may employ one or more attorneys or
"agents to assist him iu the examina
" tion into the affairs of said company;
"and if in tha opinion of our said agents
"justice demands asuit to be brought,he
" is hereby authorized aud directed to
" bring &ult or take such other steps
"as he may deem advisable andexpe-
" dient to protect the interests of Wil
" son county in said road." Iu addition
to this a committee of attorneys have
been appointed to inquire if the county
is obligated to pay interest on the bonds,
and whether the county is compelled in
law ana honor, through its proper
agents, to provide for the payment of
tha bonds and interest at maturity. The
Union and American, commenting ou
this action of the county court of Wil
son, says: "Theaffiiraof the Tennes
see ana Pacific would certainly appear
to be in a bad way at present. Next
August the balance one hundred and
fifty thousand dollars of the purchase
money due the State has to be paid, and
Governor Porter intimates, we under
stand, that he will promptly foreclose
the mortgage unless the amount named
The Jackson Clarion Bays that one
"Whitewash," a correspondent, we pre
sume, of that paper, puts an ugly face
on the Alcorn university matter. "He
wants to know what has become cf the
seventeen thousand dollars of the fund
that has disappeared since the legisla
ture met, and also shows that the late
treasurer, so far from having paid over
the balance as required by law, has de
posited it iu bank subject to his own
check. Meantime, the will of the legis
lature is openly defied ; and not a voice
is raised by the authorized authorities of
the State, to vindicate the majesty of i
the law." Of course not. Ames is
still governor. But then, what is
"Whitewash" going to do about it?
The Bniiis ol an Ancient City in lien
tacky. Frankfort Yeoman. 1
Mr. Green Botts is the owner of a
farm at Peeled Oak, on Slate Creek, a
noted section of Bath county, and this
spring, in plowing up about sixty acres
of level land, he discovered the ruins of
a city a city of regular streets, curbed
with stone, and evincing a higher order
01 arcuueciurai Knowledge, anu a
greater civilization than any other pre
historic remains yet found in this coun
try. Many years ago a faint trace of a
similar city was noticed in Montgomery
county, near Mount Sterling, but the
owners of the land having little taste
for backward researches, almost or en
tirely obliterated the evidences to make
room for corn-growing. This being a
fresh discovery, we have no doubt it will
be visited by Professor Shaler and the
arcbieologists and prehistorians of the
country at large. The land adjoins a
large tract belonging to General Wm.
Preston, of Lexington.
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ROPE, Cotton and Manilla, full asortm't
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EnUders' Material, Cutlory, Gun, FiaBiag Tooklo,
Rnliber Bolting, Etc, Etc,
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Cheapen and moit desirable invention of the nee. Price
only 13. getting out of order.
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Water Shut off.
The Huntsville Independent is of the
opinion that the indications are that
tho constitutional convention promises
to be the ablest, most representative
body of men that has ever assembled in
Alabama; certainly its duties, both;;iu
pulling down the old aud in building up
the new organic law, will be of the j
most trauscendant importance to the
DALLY kM WEEKL
General Buell has something to
say on the Sherman Memoirs that the
a 11 Hi nr will Viarrll rr raltali TT C?U-
man continues his "former efforts to liieFaperSfOrSliePeOpIe
conceal tne lauits ana misrepresent the
facts of that battle," (8hiIoh) and he in
timate? that the great marcher to the
sea has compiled much of traehy matter.
Weekly (post ago free)...
Ttae Black Hills.
Washington Correspondence of the Cincinnati
Weekly (for Clnba of Five or more
Dally (Biz papers).......
We are permitted by Major J. O.
Pierce to quote the following extract
from a private letter to him from Gen
eral U. U. Washburne, who will be re
membered as a former commandant at
Memphis during the war. The general
1 have this moment read, with great
satisfaction, your address delivered on
the occasion of tho decoration of Con
federate soldiers' graves. They were
worus ntiy epoKen. 1 ball it as a good
omen for the future of the country when
x cee inose, once enemies, meet on sa
cred ground,"and kiss again with tears."
This looks like genuine reconciliation.
Prom the moment the war ended, I have
always leu mat we of the north could
hardly go too far In our attempts to re
store Binuiy reeling anu good fellowship.
xi is especially weasmg to me to see
federal and Confederate soldiers join
ing hands and scattering their floral of
ferings upon the graves of those who
fen m the great struggle, because I be
lieve it to be a long stride in the right
direction.and because it was here, where
lie buried several hundred Confederate
dead, that our veteran soldiers inaugu
rated in 1S72 tho custom of decorating
tne graves oi tneir late enemies.
This extract of a letter not intended
for publication will be read with all the
more pleasure on that account, and as
Indicating the strength of the convic
tions in favor of peace that has seized
the public mind of the north as well as
the south. We hail these words of Gen
eral Washburne as a proper and becom
ing supplement of all those of a similar
character wiich have emanated from
other equally prominent citizens of both
sections,. and feel assured they will go
far to strengthen the bonds of peace be-
ween the States.
I he supreme court of Mississippi
Borne time ago decided, in the Carroll
county case, that it required two-thirds
oi the qualified voters of a county to
vote in favor of tho subscription, and
that two-thirds of those voting at the
election was not sullicient, unless they :
Shrewd frontiersmen, who lmv hpn
here watching the Black Hills negotia
tions, predict that the Sioux, the troops
and the gold pioneers are likely to soon
exchange ehots. If nlain talk will pt.
cite Indian wrath, the Sioux have heard
enough of it. The last talk of the com
missioner of Indian affairs with thn
cniefs was very blunt and forcible.
Commissioner Smith told them that if
the present expedition, under thn mil.
dance of General Custer, should nrov
successful in their search for Drecious
minerals, inev wouiu be forced tn rivn
up their title to the Black Hills, and
that now was the time for them to secure
good and favorable terms from the gov
ernment. This declaration donhtioo.
settles the question as to the Caster ex
pedition. The government expects that
it will go, and that the Siotir max? h
luujinrjiou iu icimquisn tneir treaty
right to what are supposed to be the de
mands of advancing civilization. ti..
Indians were divided in their cnimpiia
This Is, doubtless, the principal reason
wny iney am not sign tne agreement.
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LftIiud ijf A uiitrljr tmn ft ilki LifitUiuri.
Tlckiti $1 ucl. Six for $3. 0s Chtic li mry I.
Fifth Extraordlntrj Drawing,
1 Caih Prize of $100,000
1 Cash Prizo of 50,000
& Caih Prize of 25,000
E Casta Prize of 20,000
61,025 Oasi Prizes amounting to $360,000
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BOSA COXCIU CIGARS
Ilednced to 84 Per Ilnndred.
8nt to any part of the country on receint of
Address, SOI.. COLHAS,
Kosa Concha Cigar Doannza, 200 Slalo st
11HE partnership heretofore existing be
. tween John Cubblus, John Uunn and M.
H. Coover, under the name of Uubbim, Ounn
& Coover, has been dissolved by mutual con
sent. John Cubbins havlne: retired fiom the
arm. The business will bj conducted in fu-
tare uy jonnunnn ana m. ii. coover, under
the name of Gunn & Coover, who assume all
debts and liabilities of the late firm and col
lect all debts due to the same.
CUBKINS, GUNN A COOVER.
In continuing the Planlng-Mlll and Lum
ber business, -we solicit a continuance of the
kind patronage of onr friends so libcrallv ex
tended toward the late Arm of Cnbbiiif, Gunn
GUNN A COOVER.
In retiring from the lato Arm of Cubbins,
Gunn & Coover, I beg to recommend my late
partners, John Gunn and II. II. Coover, to the
j)uuuuu;;t; ui an uer&ous uesirous OI Having
in tneir line, Knowing them to be
333 SEtWD STREET. MEIUPHIS.
Sasli and 2Sl.in.ds
Ofaces and Yards, Foot Ifaahlagton 31
Salesroom, No. i Hoif ard'g Sott,
SttTnnills ia NsYjyar(Ja
MEMPHIS : : : : TENNE8SEE
ATfG-ENEY - AT -IATJ,
OTS.ce In Irrlnz Eire -245
kM-iind trS. atntr-. firm -a
TBACSEHS, TAKE NOTICE!
Bl reason of recent severe slckuess, I will
be absent some weeks from my offlce.
During thismterval of necessarj' absence from
aioiuijuis-uj ana aiier mis date -t apt. T. C
Auuenson, ai nis outce, no. ai'J Poplar street
Memphls.Tenn., (brick house, three doors bo
yond High street, at Poplarstreet high school-
uMuaa.j iir ai nis resiuecce, n.o. am Itoss ave
nue, Memphis, Tenn.. will attend. in am, re-
spzcts, to my duties as Saptrintendent of
x uuim lusuiicuuaiar oneioy counly, as u 1
" AJ.cncUb I.UU OCLlll lllVeil.
This June l.lb'o. JOHN 80JIEUVELL,
Hnp't Pnbllc InMrct'n for Shelby Cj.. Tenn
Joist Ms! Is
E. K. PJ0A1N.
W. A. WILLIAMS.
W. H. BASER,
Office and Factory 358 and 360 Second Street,
JJfJk. Well-Tublnj, Door and Window
fSt. a Fence Pir
to order on short notice: Sen?, r.?
W. H. EABER
We are now opening one hundred
cases Prints (standard brands, new
styles), and large lots other Staple
Goods. Also, Notions, Hosiery,
ect., which we offer tothe trade at
JOB prices for cath. CaU and see
us or send for price-list to oider by.
15 Union Street, Memphis,
jouoit una rnce 11 t.
i. N. El
321 Main Street.
Just received tho best article of
ICE CEBAM FREEZE BS,
Water Coolers and Filters.
deserving of all huccess.
Memwiis, May 31, 1S75.
HUGE TOHKANCE. THOS. WELLKOKD
Lata wita w. 8. Jack s
TOERACE & WELLFORD
Bnccesscra to Hugh Torrance 6 Son,
Qenerc CoiamlsslGn Merchants,
Wo, lO Jefl'eraoB Siree
Odp. CoMnjercIal Hotel Heavi? xenc
G. H. HOL8T.
WHOLESALE PROVISION DEALERS
Jioa. d51 tYont and 22 & 24 Clinton Streets,
BE PBIGEBATOBS & BEEE COOLEBS
ICE CHESTS OF ALL SIZES.
Celebrated First Premium, Patent Self-Ventilating
Over all otners In the essential of Kimniiniin
Efficiency, Economy and Durability preserv
ing all kinds of perthable lcod longer, with
less Ice than any oihor now in use. In style
and finish they are also unsurpassed, and they
are therefore confidently recommended, "e
have. also, a new class of R..rrii-nrotr -oii
adapted to all cooling purposes, and Intended
to be under the control and supervision ol the
AND OKALKK IS -
Fine Jeirolrjr. Watcbew, t'Inrb -
Solid Wold Watches from I.
GoH ;hfl 1 us from $to to S150. Tb .
Elgin Watch (silver), Sffl to t .
ported Watches, )6 to Ha. Solid
Rlnirs, warranted perfect, ' i
weight; and other thiDK-t in r.nn-
Keoairiog In all Its branches.
precious stones, and matching o".
and hair chain and pirraonui:r
tv. School Medals. Jewels, --'.l.,
etc. old gold and silver wanted.
30S Second gtreei
SR. A. K. TAYZsP""-'
(Late cf Memphis),
X.OISica.OS3.' SPilT'vi 2 C
EOT BPXIHCH. Ailfi.
Can be addressed orsen pers.o.l -Jcrlucg
HoJPft 1'r.f Si,,f:
Cotton ged Want d !
FOR which the HIGHEST M A P. r- f T . ,
will be pa'd. IN c .Sfl, by
my25 Kcot of Pop,
Landerdale Csnnty, AI"
THE Hotel at this place will be :o
season of 1873 on Jim, -i . ,
are uneqnaleI for the cure of Drop j
pepsia, scrofula, all diseases of tht H . 2 a-d
Kidneys, and is a specific in the ri-, Hta
It IS the aim nf Hi a rrr.' .it . .
Hotel not excelled In its
ai.y watering-place in th south, wi, , u o
rnvacy and retirement of borne-! : .
.iiuu-mcun aiu xiiititiru!, rei,-i" , .
quet. first-rate Fishing andBoattn i
Creek, and splendid Music forUcu ,iu
room bv Prof. Krantc Sunn,tL.'u j
Ronnd-Trln Tipkntc at r.i.,MA.i ....
Memphis and Charleston Kai r..-. i
connecting lines, gooj till Nov. mb (
gage checked through to the Spring-, i
trio from Jlcmniiw ininiin . . .
For farther infnrmt:
dress tv. i! i i
Board Sti per month.
viOKSBUBG & mmm b. r.
Office Pecrstaky asbTrj 4
ViiKsBBue, Misa., Jn,
STOLEN from the mall at o.-a- '
Tenn . aboif. thA i4t .f ittvi a ,., .
1SP0, of the SoutUeru Kauroad i
-Mlbi-lVilIlDlt. dutol at Vi. lr.h,,
lbc, and sluneil ov M.
1,1 "ryson, iiecretary, for
(tentli 01 Union
Interest on Ibe Ntale'Debt.
Nashville Union and American. j
Comptroller Gsines has gone to New
ork, it la understood, to confer with
i.uD uieuuors 01 tne state witn regard to
tne payment of th .Tniir inioroat r
Vonus- ioe question of the
ability of the State to pay this interest
will of course te diecuseed. The leKisla
ture has placed the Stutn in ih
predicament it has the
Naahvilleland Edgelleld, by postponing.!
wo wuuciinuii vi lOABa, mougn tne 8ct
may have Droved beneficial in nnr form.
ere, who, through heavy lossea sustained
by the drouth of last season. h,i nrdi
nigh had their finances exhausted. The
State has not yet paid the balance bor
rowed for the pavment of the Jamianr
interest, and will probably not be able to
extinguish the account before the rlrst
of next October. We understand that
there IS now about onn hnnrlrol thnn.
Band dollars of this debt outstanding,
and about seventy thousand dollars of
coupons which have bepn
payment within the last three months
and not paid.
50,000 Bushels Wanted.
HIGHEST market price paid In cash. Will
make liberal cash advances and fnrnirh
sacks to parties desirous of shipping Wheat
through us to millers or our correspondent!
In western or northern markets.
f 1 A ffnlTCTIlA'
Wholesale Grocerand COmmlsIon Merchant,
corner Front & Union st3., Memphis, Tenn.
ARE OFFERING THEIR ENTIRE STOCK OF
CI KE3 all Trivatc Dicasc-s witliout the Le of
.Mercury. C'liarcea reatonable. (iuarantpesto
enre "bperaiitorrliea," or fieralnal Weak,
ties' In from 2 to 7 weeks time. Office No. C19
Nortli Flfui st., St. Louis, Mu. itablislied la
St. IOUls In 1S37.
J-Dr. It.' "TreaUne on Special Dlitases,"
which fully explains U,e nature, causes, symp
toms, etc., orf-emlnal Weakness. Female rom--plalnts,
STphllls and valuable Information on
other delicate subjects, sent FREE la plain.
sealed Envelope on receipt of suerp.
A BOOK FOR THE M&LIONI
Married, or tbo a boat to
znjiterlosi ami mcltliODi
the msxuMl tKtol with
cf i r DiTKlact ton. Dmcrricr
BtiDenma enxrsTiajri, ecatalM nhiablfl Informaiioa
nr um n are ovrfM or MotfDpUu nmrrlutf : ctL'lltlta
rJSL? ?U BadT loct &ad -tcy.and tvt Wl cajrlcamly
Great Britain has rePfivo? infollt-
gence of great mortalitv m
tionsofthe Fiii islands fmm
S50 K&In Street East sides
320 MAIN St., op. Feabodj liotel.
Alwavson hand, a lanro assortment of Me.
tallic Cases and Caskets and Wood Coffins of
Orders by telegraph promptly filled, and
la&es Bnippea u. u. XJ.
WE are authorized as agents of H. C. COLE
& CO.. manufacturers nf the celnhrnt,!
F, ORANGE, FF, 7:30p, COLE'S EXTRA
AND FFFG FLQl'BS,
sold by us In this market for the past ten years,
to purchase Wheat for their mills. We -will
Duy me -w-neat at rair prices, or where owners
nrfifpr.wfl will ntiln tn IT i ca jtr i'n i.A..
, -f w u. w. uu.u u. .v., lilt,
aving asreed to pay us net St. Louis prices
ur mi cuuiituuisuu, oeing governed strictly
bvtVDO Samples Of Xos.1.2atmI 3 wheat K
Louis etandard, which we will have on exhi
bition. We will charge 2J per cent, commis
sion forliandlln? ana JulvanMrwnn MRGlffn.
menus, anu wm rurnish sacks free of charge
to parties sending ns wheat. With the latter
auvanuiKc, anu in me absence or proper min
ing facilities here, we feel confident tnat own
era of wheat will realize fully as much in this
way as In any other. Parties should not order I
KS unui reauy i
AT FIGURES THAT WILL DEFY COMPETITION
THEY ARE ALSO OFFERING TtlEIR
SMS, LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND L4CB POINTS
AT A GREAT SACRIFICE.
Holld Wnlnnt ninlncr Room Rofrls-r.
ralom, having porcelain lined water cooler
anu ice tauK. t or sale by
ruy5 H.WETTKK, 13 and 15Mcnroest.
New Style Bncliings and ladies'
Ties Just Keceived
' to snm.
354 Freat street.
TAYLOR, JOY & CO.'S,,
SIS Main Qtreet, . Opposite Peabody.
Daniel Pratt Cotton. Gins.
MANCFACTCRERS AHD AGKHT8
No. 266 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
and ninnS , .ui"jJ.l.immvtlT. We offer onr Gins to Planters
w. ,.,, 6u'"uicoBaiisiaciion.
Iroproveil Swinelnsr Front Pratt Uin, 81 ; same with HeeMiemJ, 84.00 per enw.
J. H. BROWN, J. C. AIiKX A NDSR
uoancma county, aim.
BROWN & ALEXANBEB,
Kota ISo. 10 Saesoila Blocb, coraet
Union and front Htreea.
iTONBIGNMENTS solicited. Orders for all
j kinds of merchandize, machinery, wae
cms, etc., accompanied with cash or city ac
ceptance, will receive careful personal atten
tion. All consignments tons and goodsahlpped
by as, covered by our open policy ol lmurancs
nnlea otherwise Instructed. Reler, by per
mission, to German National Rank. jya
dollars, payabln at the Glrartl Xuiiou.t
Fhlladelphla, January 1, l.w, wit.. ,
payable in April and October of e ir-i v.
Ail persons are warned sgalnM pt. . ,
said bond or any of the cunpoiu, il ,
payment has betn stopped.
A suitable reward will be panl i .i
livery of the same to the underl i
Jus secretary and T . ,
'11HE White River Talley and t. .
X road Company havl:.; roCE.ii'1.:
the Memphis and Kansas City Ka .-
Sany, gtv to the latter Conipnu u
le Increase of lis capital stock, an,' ,
p&cted thai the work of cleaning on u 1
rg the road will be commenced ? ;
ar y, nidi for that purpose having t
to the comoanv. The tuidenJr.i, ,i
celvlng subscriptions iu Arktnv ,
which the company Is payt,: fr-, .,
flVA flnllnK nor i.nru ou Kav.t f... . .
Now is the time to sut-senba l.i'.';
Uiey are a.vecd for 1875.
Remember, all taxes cease from dai"
scrlptjon. All communleattoiDi nil '"
the undersigned, car dam & bix
iiadlson street, Memphis, Tenn wil
prompt attention. I. K.
Subscription Asr nt X. r
DAY, KEAiHOFES & f0'
(Snccecon to Foster, Keiho,'o. -.
UNITEBSITY OF MlgSISNIP l
day. June 21st.. iiui pbm. ?,
2lth. The next Session wll num ,
Wednesday, or slith dfiy of Oewbei .
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