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' iETN A ' LIFE ' INS. : 00. Ot HARTFORD. COSH.. Casta Assets, over 10,500,000 , .TttW UKOUUIA',')"; HOME INSURANCE CO., ' " ' Of OOMJMBCB, OA CiuU AueU, . $100,000! ' ' THIS BTATM INSURANCE COMPANY, Of NASnVILLI, TKNN., Capital, . faoo.oooi T ir POtrCIBS I-8DKD OW A". THB 1 1 Improved plane, aod sole taken (if deair!) forone-nail the premium. Neeuchexator travel ne end retidiD eouth at u eeeeon l the year. Alao Ineore ee'nt loa. or iIumo of fireoa hoe es, meroBeouiee. iiro , Of HCt So. iX Madimm rees, Meeapaa. TVwi. PUBLIC LEDGER. Olfloo, TVo. IS 7VTdioTl NtTfet. F. A. TTLEK, . . Editor, A asocial Editor, w - JUKMPUIHl He, l .FCtf PRESIDENT, HOBATIO SEYMOUR, or lit TORK. , ' FOR VICE PRESIDENT, '.' FBANCIS P. BLAIR, Jr., - - Of MT8HOFM...- y. " " ' i ; , i : T0R COVORESS, JOnH'W.'lBHWHJU, " or BHKLBT. ' FOR ELECTOR, .... . x. jv , . v a u g n N . or HATWOOD. THE BBW1; Th negro populatioa In Conway eounty, in ' Arkantu, U getting ferocious nd troublesome. Mr. Thomas Buiobfield. a one-armed whit man, iu killed br an assassin ihot from nins taen negroes on the resd. Mr, Bentley, whe wa Vita him, also b4 a bone kUleA, Hadi eal mentbe: of tb tilture'nre gununenint negroe and producing terror, with threats of murder of whiter Theeltisens of Conway ar prepared for them.' A larga number are oamped on Bit Bock, and the streets of Little Book are full of rat red Decreet armed with mujketi and feartridse-boxes. , The Radical negroes are rap Wly turning Democrat., and thif di.tnrbanoe ha. been gotten op to frighten them and pre- rent their thinking and actinia, they please. There U danger of aerioui collisions. Indian Superintendent Murphy,' at Atchl ea, Kantu, adrire. that a rob-Indian Frted- aoen't Bnreaa be erected for the protection of the innoeent portion of the Indian population, and a battalion of United State troop, u ticned for their protection, peneint the pnni.b- ment propoMd to be inflicted on those ruilty of the recent outraces. All who are di.po.ed to come under ieh protection to be conaidered at peace, and other, at war. Oen. Roaecran. hain returned toWaihing ton, lay. hi. ri.it wu prirate, that be .opposed the power which .uitained the Confeierate RoVernment four year, oould iLfiueooa arder and .lability, and that in hi. eonreraation. with Oen. Lee and other, ha wa. cordially re ceived, and that reference wa. had to the beat mean, of promoting the eommen ioterect of the whole country. The temper and tone of the Southerner, he represent, a. patriotic, aad whether an add res. will be ianed retta a. to IU tropriety with himielf, and he may or may not do it. . The committee haring power to recal'Iihe lata Virginia ConitUatiooal Coarantion hat decided sot to make the call. ' Senrer di.patche. .ay the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian, continue their depredation, and murder. In Batten Colorado. Attacking Kiowa Station, they captured thirty hone., and killed and mutilated one woman and child. Another band killed three) men at Laihim, chased a ttage, end kept np a renning fire, hat without damage. Sixty Tolunteera have been tent in aid of the commander of fort Heyiolda. Gnat excitement exiat. and twelre perton. are known to hare been killed during the pa t two daya. A variety of other depredation' are mentioned, and a party of citiaen. from Montana had captured twenty Indiana, who were out on a .tea! in g expe dition. A masquerade ball given in honor of the dl tinguiahed gueatt at Whit Bulphur Spring, wu a Is .ffiir one thouaad pertoni and prominent general, from all quartan of the Union telng in attendanoe. William H. C. King, principal editor of the New Orleant Timet, died leeterday after a lingering illneu. Beary rain, throughout Georgia hare done eonaidoreblo damaie to cotton. Tb Republican of the Third Ohio Coa erreatioBal Diatrict bar aominated Bchaock. The Katioaal Coarentioa of doldiar. aad Bailor, will be held ia Philadelphia or a ao at October L Alt GoTeraon of State da ring the war and pre Met Republican Qorere er are t be iarited t alt Genera). Meade Eheridaa, Themat. aad other, are expected. The General Meale. from Sew Tot to Hew Orleant, ran aihre, yeeterday memiag. thir teen mi.'e. eeat ef Key Wait. WliT i the reeaoa (hat pcrioni of African de.cf nt are worae off ia Ohio, on on aide of Kentucky, and ia Ttar nraara oa tke other, thai they at ia Kentucky where the Demoerau control tb State rorernmcn'? Let iLa Radical tall tb black mea why it ii their race) I better off ia Democratic Kentucky tbaa it ia ac j where elf oa thin continent where tie Rwiicait ral. Why art they happier ia Keatacky thaa ia TeceeKee? They dara aot do it. Tley wiil fatter aa aoca a iher aider'ak is. Their throau will ct of fre:, aad Ibey will ecugh aad DciB aad lock aWpub I once. Let t! V.tc asta cat each que .tun aiopm'y to then and aete. Tka B4lal rraaramaae. Tk ih.hI.Im In Hatti em to ba aul minatiag, aad tbt newt w print tkla ..p.Iiii tnlixiia. with arery arDar aacaof cerUinty, tl" pdy defeat of Pretidaot 8aloaa. Unloriuaaiaiy, won tlie.e troublet art colmioatioit, they ari ant ended, aad tbt triumph of tb rebel will ba tb .taninf point of nw rompl cation. Niw York Tribunt, 19 A Tba pbiIopbrt an4 faaatic of lb Tribuiu and Joba iirowa tcnooi or tit i aaud tba clan, aad commenoed tb pro ..Atmm,. .anil fired lb traia, wbiob broaebtoa all tbeia Haytiaa troablat, whicb " ar not ended," aad whloh are likiilv. anon to hare a aew .BtartiD Doint of new cotnpllcationt." What beautiful example bar we her of wbat we may expect in tb State from tb fulleit realixalion of tb dream of tbwa Utotiian reformert! Since" 1T90, who in St Dnminffo. theT commenced tb hihitinn of thetheorie whicb th Freoch and Euelith Beccheri, Par kera. Cbeereriaiid SomneriUogbttbem, they bay adranctd in civiliiMioa and Yirtu to aa creat ao extent that thei chief . American organ . . ia . tb oonotry now announce that tnetr troablea ."ar culminating," though "not ended," and that there i itill tb intere.tini propect of "ew complica tion I" Tb brief pao of 9Tenty-ight year ba brougnt mem 10 mo puio herein "new complication . ar t b xoected I For all tbat time their Sal Dare, like our Grant, hat been x claiming "let ot bare peace," and they bare bad war and rumor of war, may dert, rape, conflagration, the iword and blood I Their Pbillipaea, Sterenia, G anno si and Lorejoyt, brought oa their "trouble" juit a tba aame character have brought on onri, and they bare rr- eled in tbem for more than three quar ter of a century: go tbat war of race ha become their normal condition, and clotted blood their natural and coret- ed food. The mean and agencie by which thetr woe were commenced were precise ly the iBtst with tbote adopted in tbeie State. And the Tery same are proposed aow to carry them 08- force, cruelty and the awordin the ttcad of juitice, mag- aanimity and kindness ll the preten e of a desire for peace being sacrileges. With the eame causes, wbat else'i to be looked for but the same result? When eenty-eijjht more year bare rolled around what bare we to expect, if the Radical demons get control of the coun try, but tbat we ihall still be in aagaiih and imporeriihrnent, looking for ."now complication 7" If St. Domingo can not prosper with negro supremacy and nnder the guide of negro intelligence, is it to be expected the Southern Slates will do so, wheo they will be even in ,a worse condition, in consequence ot so many jail-birds . and scallawags being thrown into aid in the manager ment of publie affairs? No man of sense expect anything but ruin for the Sontb by carrying out auch scheme. And no man not an enemy to the people and every tine interest of the Sooth will ever consent to it. me overmrow oi Radicalism U essential to the peace of the country. Nothing can save tbat bat the exclusive government of white and intelligent men. . Grant election will compel a government of the sword. And until men, once free, learn ao longer to love liberty, ereo that cannot bring peace. If we do anything ela tbao simply return to the government of thel Constitution, we shall never nav peace in this country while the spirit of free men dwells in the bosoms of men once accustomed to liberty. r " Tba Way It Works. A, B, C and D want to go to money making, and 10 tbey bny up a hundred thousand dollars in 5 -20s and depoiit them in the United States Treasury, and receive in exchange $99,000 in National Bitk notes. . Tbeir whole actual ontlay is therefore only 110,000. And for tbi the Government pays them six per cent in gold on the hundred thousand dollars bond deposited. The; go to banking and get six thousand dollars in gold from the Government, and what else they can make. I it atrange tbey are declaring profit and dividends of twenty-five per cent per aaaum ? Can a single one of tbem break without tome waste, fraud or dishonesty? The producing claase of this country, from wbom all the taxes coma, are now paying (20,000,000 an nually in gold for the benefit of these bankers, or about 130,000,000 in cur rency, only because tbey are receiving frem them the blesting of bank, which wring twenty-five per cent, oat of their labor, and when Treasury note would furniih a better circulating medium than this National Bank currency. Grant's party is for donatiog 130,000,000 a year out of the hard earnings of labor to lb bankers. And, if he is elected, that will continue to b don, for be ba no policy ef bis own. What ef lh Kick. The igo are troog that w ar gain ing to tba Democ ratio cause in Maine, tbat w may aarry tbat State iaSep te tuber, and at the rate of progress (ball be likely to do so in November. Pennsylvania teem to be aoaceded, both for th State aad Federal election. Obio ia ura The Democrat claim th Stat by ten thousand. The Republican claim Indi ana ia October, and lay tbey bare no fear, "except from importation of voter from Kentucky." Tbey are used to "im portation," th Slate having beea earned agatoat McC'.eilea by troop of Federal aoldier voting aier and over at different place a'l the day long, along the line of railroads. The boneat vote of the StaU U claimed by the Deeaocrata, Iliiaoia aad Indiana are about equal 'y doubtful claimed by both partiea, aad the ground well all ia favor of th Democracy. The Recublcan pratend to be aantsaa of carryitg Miftoari But Blair' friend, predict foe tbem a very eoat;deraM aur- pn wbea the vote i c-aiUd. Some of tb RepubbcaaatooaraiaiuodeateBoeigk to claim Cal.ic-iu. 2 evade aed Oregon, which wiil g Demrrtie by iacreae4 nejorit.ea. Wv eow'l ly aieo claim New York aad Keaucky ? - ravrUalllr. A .Northern asohaoga grumble tbat Grant not doing th fair thing between nan and man. as follows : Grant bas generally treated th rebels better lhaa his Own people, I sent bis am ta aaelee laughter before Richmoad, and eperad Lee'i army. And when Lee surrendered, Grant gve bin merciUI terms, tor whloh be wa aousea by biaTreeent frienda And now Grant i. ik. .nrl data for th Deny woica ia (,.; ta rob tba tax payer of the Noith for the profit of tba bondholder. Truly Grant teems to bare a deiire to crifice the masses and tb mean ny wmcu iue Da, C. tL VaiacMi a practioal planter .. !.t.lK.... la C.r. and i geniiernao vi mwiiioww. roll county, MUiissfppI, writes the Jsck - ton Clarion that tba boll worm it doing treat damsgt in that teotion of tb eouatrr. and thinx ina crop win oei reduced to ery moderate yield, ana nrharja one half. At an observing, at w.ll a highly reliable nun, bit eumaie 1 entitled to repeeu , , - . Thb failure of our Louisville and Nash - wills mailt deprivet ut to-day of much a a . 1 1' .n. HAPlaraa1 froaai thm " Taaaaaaea i.aiaitara. . . In th proceeding that occurrd in tb S..t. Anrnat 2.h. a oommunicauon wat read from George W. Allen, reciting the unlawful action of tba militia at tbe judicial eleotion, in March latt, in oum- . t . : . . : - f ,k. milium. eer county me mui ,:. . nn ifnnbL being to influence tbe i!; in fnr of the Radical candi ' " , , , J... Tk. ffnmmnmeallOB ttatet loat ,k. ....... w kainff ouietly conducted and little thought of on the part of the people, wheo, three aayt oeior mo oicu tinn. to tha creat astonishment of tb community, an armed force made iu ep- pearaace, oommanoea Dy eu ouiBorioui mitsioned by Gov. Brownlow. Tbe man, Phillip, in command waa wauea npoq i.. nt iha miHt resDeotable ciliieot UJ ' t ,k. and requeteu to aiaoauu ai iuro., ara npaceabl and orderly dit- oosed, and there wa no occasion lor bi armed torce m meir miuai. ... entreaties he turned a deaf ear. The people then determined (bat tb ballot box hOUld 0 0 uen mruiuio pu.oc .;nn f and the ealianl commander. seeing tbe determination of tbe people, withdrew bi militia tome liule ways (mm iha noils, aod tbe election was auietly conduoted- . .A commuuicauou wa t mo ,,u" ma read, from the sheriff of Sumner county, showing tbe peaceable disposition nf thn nnnnle. and stating further that " . r r-- - , ... ,- ... tbe legal process of ine ibw uu been sought to oe inienerwa wnu. mt. Smith wa not in favor of referring thit communication to a committee, at men y.A Kn taken -oat in that county and hinnad. And ret men come np here and say all is peaceable, ana tnere is no need of calling out the militia. ""Tl ... . . a. i Mr. Lindsley eaid tbey were legislating r .l. .An..v .nrt thai fiAnnla ahould not be prohibited from the right of peti- tioa because they were reoeia.. ' i Tha Senate wanted all the information on both sides that could be had, in order to make ap a correct opinion. Tbe thing of marching an armed body of troops in the midst of a peaceable community wat terrible. , , It was objected by tome otnert or toe Radical party that tbe communication thould be to much aa referred to a com ittee. but noon a final vote they were referred by 13 ayee to 4 noe. Mr. Garner presented we following resolution : Resolved In the Senate, the Home Concurring, That a joint telect commit tee, tO 000811 OI DBS DO IBS pmrt in luo Senate, and on the part of the House, be appointed to wait npon Hit Excellency Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, and present fully before bim the present condition of affairs in thit State, and urge npon bim to take steps to give protection to the law-abiding citizens of the State nnder t be provisions of the Cen- ttitution of tbe United State. Referred to the Committee on f ederal Halations. House bill No. II, to pay certain ac- rnnnt in connection wan toe iormer State militia, wa referred to the Com mittee on Military Affairs, Senata bill No. ft, to preserve the pub lic peacn, came np oa seoond reading.- Mr. Rogers ottered an amendment, hioh gives the Governor full power to appoint any number of detectives he ahall deem necessary, to bunt out and inform on all persons guilty nnder the provisions of the act, and provides tbat the detectives shall receive a reward in "each case of not lea than -one hundred dollars, nor more tban one thousand dollar's. Referred to tb Committee on ilitary Affairs. Senate bill No. 4 To defray the ex- Deo set of the General Assembly; passed over informally. . ' ' r i - House bill No. lio preserve me ublie peace, came upon its first reading. Mr. JUinosiey eaia n wa passed in me ouse on double-quick time, and that some of the opponent wished to bare it reconsidered iu tbe morning. He, there fore, moved to pat it over informally. Mr. 8mith moved to lay that motion on the table. Loat ayes, 8 ; noe, 10. Mr. Smith moved to amend the motion to pat over miormaiiy ny . passing tae lion its brat reading. Mr. Cate wa not m lavor of passing tba bill through nnder th whip, but iihed to give it a thorough eooaidera- Uon. , Waat doe He Keaat Gen. Grant, if reported correctly by tbe telegraph, muddle matter in hit nstrnction to liens. Meade, I nomas nd Buchanan, touching the obligation f the Federal military to aid in certain case tbe civil authorities. Io the phrase summoned to tbe aid of the marbal or sheriff." he as. ume that Federal military officer (tend in tha tame relation to the civil officer of a Stat a to tha civil eersoftb United States. But tbey cannot, pon weir own bquoo, w. an, relation whatever to the civil om- cert of a Stale. Tb only contingen cy it which tbey ar liable) to b ailed oa to ass in a oieie eamiou'rauoo indicated in that part ot the I edtral Constitution which proud tbat tb United State (ball protect each State "againat domestic violence, on appli cation of the Legislature, or of the Exec utive, when tba Legislature cannot be eenvaied." ; ' But according to Gen. Grant' instruction, every military offi cer ia this and com other Stale why not in all Slate, i aot xplained mutt ttasd in readinea to answer a summons from a sheriff to aeaiet ia tb exentioa of awril; th military officer, however, be ing jedg ol th lawfulaea of th writ, and th necessity of the repaired assist ance. Such a coo fusion of State and federal, civil aod military, Judicial aad execu'iv function, ta positively atBtxixf. What doe General Grant aea f Dot ba meaa tbat ary military cfi:er ia the Sooth rT give hi service, aad th servic of hi (oldier, to a e xitirg State goremejeet, to tb ebtnff of Brownlow or YTaraoeth tor example, at hie discretion, aad wuaort rtlareno t aa applieatioa ry the Stat te) lb Caited tt-etr faidt Orwaateaabw meaa JNae QrW4 Cretnk BY' TEL EG RAPE ' J.ATEST to os xo-at; 1UK4K3AS. Special to thePi.Uic Iioofb aad Avalanche . Littli Rocx, Aucu.t 29. Gov. Clay ion, mrougu in. i.r, . ......... 8. H. Tucker, Cba. G. 8oott and a L. Grlflllb, prominent coaaervetiv citi ens, wa indacad to forego tbt expedl lion, with hi negroe, Into Lonwty county, opon their agreement to accom pan hita to tba aoen of tb dittarb I nca, and lb guarantee tbat npoa aa I .! I J it.. a..ll,.rn , iDToeii(afciuu uo wuuiu uuu ,p mw.mv. 1 people tubmisaiv to bit authority and perfectly willing to assist in tba arrest I and punishment cf tho who should b found to be the true ouenuer. jidii timely interference it U that prevented e:.:i ... i. Arkansas, and tb r .osctent of ieenM f,miii,r Jn bit- . BB ,B. 1,,' v...... nr.n.r:n, ta move heir f,miiM ,0 the oilTt S) Tbe prepon derance of white in the conntiet Of Saline and Prairie, ' contiguout to tbi, maket tbi a plac of comparative tafety; but if Clayton depend on the asssistance ofHinds' negroes to run bit government, the worst is to ba apprehended. Clay' ton, with the gentlemen above named, and Hon. A. H. Garland and M.jor W D. Blocher, left on the Hesper, for Con wsy oounty, at six o'clock p.m. yester day. Tba embassy will return to- night. We consider that the storm, for tbe present, hat blown over. . ', "4 ' NEW TOBK. 7 New Yobx, August 29, 12:20pm Gold, 144J; 6 20, coupon '81, 114j '62,114; 161,110; T6S, 'U; 6-20. new itsne, 108;. 67, 108; 10-40, coupons, 109. Government bondt strong. Ten nessee bond., old issue, 64;' new, 63, Cotton, quiet. ...... . ; . Advices from Key West ttate that no tickneat hat occurred to the town thit year." A case or two of yellow fever were reported recently, but it turns out to have been on a vessel overhauled a mile below the quarantine.' A. post mortem examination ' wat held yesterday at No. 6 Amity atreet oa tbe body of a young girl, Sasan Latten, wbo died from the effect! of child birth. The house is a lying in asylum.' 'The father of tba gir testified that tbe bad disap peared from ber bome,near Farmingdale, in April last, and be "had not seen her alive since. .. The case is io tbe bands of the authorities. WASHINGTON.1 LouisviLLa, August 29. The Jour nals Washington special, nys ; " There is but little doubt tbat tba President will send national troops to Tennessee to protect tbe ' people: . there from Brownlow' s militia. He bad an inter view to-day with; a, distinguished citizen of Tennessee, in '' which ' he declared that he believed it to be bis duty to interfere. , He entires to remove Thomas, wbo is in direct league with Brownlow. 'Gordon Granger or Gillem are most prominent for tbe succession." FOKEIGJT ;'."V '' Litkbpool, AnguBt 29. Cotton closed iteady. Sales 12,000 bale.' Uplands 11; Orleant 11.. ' .' V': i .;!v V:'-' a' :; Nxw Yobk, August 29. A letter from the City of Mexico of the 10th instant states that most of the revolutionary dis turbances bad been quieted, the affirt in Puebla and Vera Crui remaining nn- quelled.' - - ! ' The 'cotton factories in Mexico have ceased running, the operators refusing to work under a reduction of wages. : ' The Diaro states that Romero baa Canceled $2,000,000 of tbe Sancbo Echo bonds, while in th United States. ... President Juarea denies that the States of Sonora and Sinaloa are to be' told to the United States. Tbe leaden of tbe State troops in Chihuahua had engaged in a fight and the viotorieua party ihot all the prisoners captured ten in number. letter from Alabama. MoiTooaiBT, All, Aux. 25. U&. EDiTeRiLr.Dor.a; Tbe Democracy are prosecuting tbe campaign " with a vigor tbat wat never before known In the hislery of the State. , Frequent and en thusiastic meetings are held, barbecuet are given and speeches mad with all the enthusiasm a down-trodden people are capable of shewing. We are gaining strength daily from tbe rank of tho Re publicans. Since the adjournment of the Legislature several members have quit the party with disgust.' Tba Sena tor from Maringo . county, wbo wat ap pointed an elector for hit dittriot, hat publiibed card resigning hi appoint ment, and anaouncing hi intention to make tpeeobe for Seymour and Blair. Another ttrong indication of the wan 0f tDe Radical parly is, tbat one month . Rcnublicao paper publiahed ia tbit State. - Now there are oaly two, th balance having goo down for want of patronage. Tbe Stale Sen tinel, published in tbi city a a daily, and th chief organ of th party, na pe oded latt week, aad now tha ditor can b beard cursing the party for a set of carpet-bagger and tcoundrala, wbo bar twiaJled him largely. Tber caa b na doubt si th cat now itaad that tb Democracy will carry tba Stat by a baodaom majority. . Tb Legislature, adjourned to facet oa tbe firetMoaday iuNovember, which it the day befor tbeelectioa. Tbrwaade tiga ia tbi. It ia tba iotaouoa to Uk ap lie electoral bill, aad paea it over tbe Governor' veto, Kpoeeib'a. But th ia dicatioe are tbat tb who! tbiog will fail a vote cm be etavei tffull it i to lata. There waa ao proviiioa taad for tgiteriag th voter Bor tbaa tk act passed, wtich allow tbe probata judges to regular aU wbo call oa tbem fx thai parpoaa.Maiy are of the optaioa tbat we ought to take tb oath presented by Congress, id - aJdilion to registering to vote, in order to insure no squabbling in counting tha Vol for Alabama. How ever, many other prominent , men , hold that tueVomplying with th tot passed by the Legislature it sufficient . . . A good many negro Democratic olubt have beea formed, and by tb tune the election comet off it is thought we can control vary large part of th negro V A good deal of Dew oottoa liaiQDM to market, and brings a fair price. It opening finely. , Th wst weather, for tbt past six weeks hat damtged the crops considerably. The worm is also doing a good deal of damage! , In many plaoet a large yield of corn will b nude many Iha fin.nl for wear. ' " MXV I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS Memphis and Little Rock KAILllOAD, ; OPEIV XO MADISON, Orerland Route to Little Bock. ON shu afthk nivniavAii oar tember 2, 186s the traia ea the lat'era Divi.iun or tbi. roaa will rua retuiariy aa lol. ' - v . .,.1 Ooiaa WaST-LeareHoDerltld Mondav. wad. no.ilar and rr'd.y, at 7.9Ua.maud arruf at W.di.oa at 1 o'eloek p.m. CouiNO Kit Lear Madl.nn TueidaT.Thun- ay and batardar, al a.m I arrive at Jl, Pftld at 1 o'olook p.m., and Uempbi , ai J.W p.m. . , t, i - The Ferrvboat NEVADA Iutm tha foot of Union . reel at 7 a.m. Irain. at Madi.on aoc neat with the Stace Line between Madiaon and Duvalli it lull. . ?ienrer. leavin afemphl at 7 a.m. arrive in i.ittie nooa ai a p.m. next dav, Tiokeie for eale at all the Railroad Ticke Offl eiu teeeity. . . Frvishte fur Mndiunn or vir etattan. eelredbrP. M. PATTERSON A CO., at their WDari Boat, loot ot union .treat, i"- . rreisnt to wt .tationa mint be prepaid. Orrroa or Koan 12 J effeninn ftreot. J. W. HOBERISO.V. 1 KJ t - " x Oeneral 8npertnlendtnt. nVANS J0HN8OT, COTTON FACTORS, xi . from street, mempnn. iaj nu i Scbool of tbe Cbnrch of Good ' 1 Sbephcrd, - Raw. J. J. TAUI.X. Weetor. s.AZsl J. ata,s.C'UH, Prlnelpal XaTILTi RB-OPKN ON TUEgPATrSEP- VI irmrjer ut,Mn:2ua.m. .,,,.,... ., ,., . . " tuitios: Primary Clu.es, In advance, $2 eo per month lilfihrr Claseos, In advanee, 8 00 per month. No additional ck.nref on Lto and Greek . . T. Xlf MIOOTJ, .,, 'Attorney - at - Law, OS TJaioa Street, ppoalt Hatnlelpal f'onrt Boom,,: , MEMPHIS,; . , . . ,.. ., TENKBESEK. isz T AMUSEMENTS, i "Varieties Theater, Cor. Bf arfm And Waahingtoai 81. ; , cat AS. H. H. BROOM, -Pmititetor. J. 6. BhttKY... -.....Stw Maaager, ON MONDAY EVicMNO. ACOtlfiT Slav, the abeve o'era of Amnement will reoien for the reeular Fall and H inter Eeasoa with an entire new company of Maleand Female Ar tiata of well-known eelebrity, who will appear every evenio in a variety oi Bona., Jjueu, uanres. McrToilmi. HnrleoDp.. e&rees. Lira- mi., eta. The interior kit been heautimllr rieAf.rAtod tha iitaffa fnmishad with a set of splendid New hceoery. alro a sew and beanti lui Drop Uurtain, oy hamuel w. uumck, me Kiented Bctnio Artist oi tue Kew juempoi. Theater. - i..;r Tbe above Is the only plane of the hind In Memphis wkere you en pass a eoavivial even iu nt a fmall fxpence. . j Adml-dion. wie : rrivnre Hnxi, o. iit Grand I'icnic 1 1 For the Benefit of St. Mary's Catholic Ohurchj ForU'a Splendid,. FlosUe Gronmda, Op p. the Briok Church, In Chelsea, OK MO 5 DAY, ACOTJKT SI, ISflS. TTCKETS. FIFTY CWNT8.; Will xhibit: on the Bluff, :;. '. i . t FOB !' ' " Four Days Only1, , , ... ',. . C0MMENCINO ... : ........ Wednesdaj, AnKmt SO, 1868. Admission, He; Children, 60c. J0HH" ROBINSON'S Ore Cwmblaatiaa Circus and Menagerie rormin a Grand Stock Enterprise, . COJS0LID1TIXG TEN SHOWS I pES MAMMOTH rOOI.OOICAt M L partmeau lniadia OrailboloeieaJ ele nr. Ar tV mnil beautiful .feoimBS ' f UR" Klt.f BIRDS, furmlac the uoet extensive ool.eetloa f - WILD tr.e eonrt-T, nrf pnrrnrtei o; r t the LAROFST COSIPAN Y Vf tWl. UCKSIEIA a la America, aaBbwia 250 nOIMES, I.ei.dlB.mTTl'PRPrlMBM.riyet.d, i- . n Praalw nw. mm- M,o tbi HMUtt preJaoe t-tartliae Aej Tof H moimbip, Pr ne ljBMti n- ereiw. f pe fim of Oowuu uraoaeuc, mi tkeKM deaalie ep'e4'iv. I4I 3tATflTeiBj samite Tlu-A 0rfa Anit racwt-tM rn Cart of M-.Ub'r-'ea A-i.l' t I.i.ir. m P ' ' '! Ijror..: Krbuiar.d Waiia". ta Ara. Ar nt Komaoa. eeoort te tbe HlnUnn aad t'eUy Oner,ll l.BM Tb.r4 Irn. t Cr.a. u.-(i. IHiN. CASHAw Operat't m't end IMna Oreaeetra, m Sweaty lid-clu, ataiinaaa. Tar PrfraBawemAt I aai T .sa. srsr Tke PioetefUi will eater the eity at 10 'eleek, old mm AND ESTADLI3UED BTIPHAEL BEM3IES IJf 1819. B.J.SEIV11V.ES&CO.; .J.NO'lMECOND STREET, Irvlnjj- Uloclz, , . . . IMPORTEltS AND DKALERS IN I WJXES, LIWOHS, CIGARS, ETC., IIARTELL BRANDIES,' PORT,1 SHERRY AND OTHER VINES, " 1 V' . i. .. ... i ,. ',' ', , Hole Affonta ForI.' .. t t " i 'M ' W ' ' r ' YANNISSEE AND WESTMORELAND WHISKEY, EDUOATIONAL. MRS. n. nAMPTOKM, SCHOOL MB S. n AMPTOie Witt OPEW A S"H0ni for Boys nd Olrls on th 1st OF SEP JBER NEXT, in the bu Idina used for c i. . .1. 1 . 'I. 1 in - .. .1. . v. 1 1 BniuiPM, iu vuB'm. mil win ouu.iuu. in. lame till the Oiiy bchooln are aain pened 12 High School. j THE SECCvD BE8SIOW OF THB MA. (ONTO MALK (JOI.LEOR. at Bartlett. Tenn., on the M. t. K- K., will eommenne oa Aionaay. Autust siat, unaer tne (upxrvition oi Prof. AtLKN. of Jaakson. Tenn. Knr Dnrlio- nlarn apply to . 1. It. MFRC'Klt, 164 HA Main t'rtrf. ' THE GABBERT AC1DKMI,, j 134 Tanee Street, . , j Witt OPEH ITS TWESTY-FIFTII 8ES. sion on Toes lay. September let, nailer the direction of Mrs. M. (J. Duncan end Miu Mary Hearh. Thornnffh tn.lruntinn will bi, ffiven in all branehee usunlly taught in Arademir.. The Lanauaces and Musio torm extra charge. For further partiou ars, apply to or addrc. j HV-O- . S1RH.M,.IUJ!A(I. 1 HISSES CONWAY'S SCHOOL, CoRSia Mailt aid Jackson Etbietb, will bi OFIR TtTKSDAT,' 8FPT. 1, IBM. ARMOUR INSTITUTE, .!'. B71 Madiaon. Htreet, Will Reopeai Wrdneaday, Sept. 2, j,n MBS. E. B. ARMOUR, 144-9 . ..... . i . . Principal IVXatlilett Collopo ' , (Formerly MemphI Colleee). ; 8. E. cor. UBdeaud WelUntrtas Sta. FAtt SRSsTON WILL OPES ON TUBS DAY. 8EPTKMBEK I, lfitH. l . -.. . JA-UKBUJN rivKEwHt ' ' HM . . Becrerary of Feeulty. MEMPIII8 FEMALE SEMINARY. THB FAtTi BESSIOT WTIJi OrEIT ON WBUNKSDAY, 8EPTRMBKR2D, at ,,i . , '.; .He. 10a BiaauMB Btireei. - ( For elreulara. or eatalosmes. apply at Tonne' BookBtor or at the 8eminary. - i4 ma. AtMWtBi v. nrtti.ri, rrmcipm. THE HISSES BOWERS' SCHOOL. THB THIRD BEMI-ANJTTTAt 8FRST0N will open on Tuesday, the first of Beptem her, at their residence, 1U8 Monroe street, a few young ladies can be aocnmmodated with board. For circnlar., containing further In formation, apply at the book stores or tn the Principals. . i'e n SAINT MARY'S SCHOOL, i POPI.AB STREET,, Mas. MARY E. POPE, Pbikcipal, WTLt Bl-OPSIt Tuesday, Sept. J, 1808. ... iimj CENXKAt IIIGII 8CUOUI, On Union St., near WelUnarton, Witt orm ITS next SEssrow ON W MONDAY. SEPT. 7. 1888. under the di rection Of V . W. M. PATTERSON, A, B.. , , "! ProtT. J.GIRARDEAU. A. B. i This Institution, formerly conducted by the late Prof. J. W. Stacy ranks amone tbe hat male hiih achonla in the eity or country. The experience of the reaent Prinoipa's auaranteoa tn pupil, the Tery best educational adrantaera, Tha buildi nes will be enlanred and enare viently and pleaeantly arranee, and fitted np itn new lurniture apeoiauy lor scnooi pur- DMfl. .1 ' 1 ' . - ) Latin, Greek and French, torether with a tboroush oovme in tbe hngiiah bmnchiw, will be tauaht. Term, moderate. For oircnl.rs apply at the Book.tore., er refer te Rev. T. I. witnersnoon. Key. w.u.jonoaon. ney. a.t. Mann. Rer. F, 8. Petway, Tho.. H. Al'en. D. fl W .f TT W.J. i. x- t UJ . II , X 1 1" J , 1 1 ' II . It O W., HVRWH fl'ru Com Tool. Phillips ft Co. 134 1 COURT STREET SCHOOLS. MISS .TKNNIE HIGBEE AND MISS JU LIETTE R. CAIRNS will open. Oss Monday, litis September meal. Private S-hopIs,ln the eommodlous aai very eugiuio uiuiuiua uu tu ..... Southweat eor. Court and Third Sta.. CrecMitly leased by Board of School Visitors for tbe City female itiga bodooh.) . Tha ariendance of thrlr fnrmer pupil. I. w pecially desired. OirU of all ar.de. auH small boys will be admitted. The r sohnols will con tinue until the re- opening ef the City Bohoola. Tiivi Via VaaT n One-half tha rates eh ared hr oter private achonl.. 1M English and Classical School, FOB BOYS, ho. sea IIIIED STKET, . Between Madison and Monro. . , THE FAtt SESPION Witt OPEN SEPT. lay. For circulars, apply at t DmoIh Hank, Peoples ln.vranoe wnpinr, ionns Boc k Store, and at my reldene. I"9 M.diiwn 1M1 A. J. H All.'r, rrlncpl. LAN I I rWIIXEXCHANtta MI FARMlN THB B'trtb iiae P.aola coaaty, MiMi.'ippi, r. Manohia aranvrty. er f"r land 1 ta a milr of Memvhia. It eoataina tST ecr, ia an.lv. ioaeeavara: troou to. Main, aiq eiace rrnn from Menphw te Jaekeea, Wixi sippi : i mil, frem Caio depot, and ai.lc. wect nl Str.ttoa'a atat'on. Mm. Tm. R. N. I tle k . .1 tmA mmrm elearad. htlllint wmnIIm4 t i. aaacvptible of divimoa into roar tracts Btv4ng each anl woeatiaad. wttn ei.ni m ai. mur I r.nc eivmina tae ie laio ae nt u wea Int., eta. My ehjwit i tn eoncntra" wrproo arty te e lea. nam ber af enaa tiea. tf'keretia wore dwirabie p.iebhorhood, I do a, know where it ia so be Hraadi anJ the St. I. aed enemy taxes are a irwttoa dr l e-at. a tke ill). A daria ef th.traH ea iM atMMPra. BKooKS A iiHSU', ta Clark' Marble fcloek. Mala atreet, M.iaai.. B. w. ttKul,ni ' Oei aentown, Tr.rt Asa . I-". vivi S68. 'Fall Campaign,'? 1S6S. Doots and Shoes. nAn.ra THfiRncjntr casvap?fb y bkee t)it iru t iw i.aaar, we are ow able ta eff to ta. Tr.e. imi tk.a.4a e fait lb. poi,e, .t n L-e, tk.t wil aMn avc-ably wiih any eity l bo i d. f .i. Ca.i aad eieaair.. aa.-i m ih mm wnmr Fb'4 Guotis ia U.afis acd aa.a Uateaat spent. . ii f i 1 . 'us. K.tt wi i a i IcVTt ' X.as BIJr-ei. . LI0lI0B nClJSE, 3XcxnpbiHt Tcnn,, ' r i l ii HARDWARE. 0RGILL ' BROS. & CO., ,( I. !i :T . ' ' Importera and Dealer ! HARDWARE, Cutlery, Etc., Nos. 310 ana 312 Front Street. 'A LAttGE STOCK OF Bhelf and Heayy Hardware, -' . Endlsh and German, sintle aad double-barrel, Bbot Guns, Half and full-stocked Hunting Rifles, English and American Table and Pocket Cut lery, Cast Iron Pots, Ovrens and Bkillets, . Rubber Belting, Iron and Steel, French Window Glam, Cotton and Wool Cards, Copper 8till, Axes, Rope, ' - ' Blaoksmiths' Tools, Builders' Hardware, Eto. AGENTS FOR The Guillet Steel Brush Cotton Gin, ' Inger.oll's Cotton Press, ". Bradford' (Cincinnati) Flour and Corn Mills, Marrin A Co.' Fire and Burglar Proof Safes. no $500 Reward! FACTS HAVriTG RECENTCY BEEWDE eloi ed whloh Irare little doubt that Dr. J. J. Hooks, who was toned on tbe moraine of the 15th' of Jnne dead in his bed, wss foully murdered, I will rive the abore reward for the detection and eonriction ef the murderer. . ,. ....... ... 8. B. BBAUMONT, ' J46-t l Snp't Metropolitan Police. R. D. WARD & CO., .i -s r .r:ri. n re. t s v .f.-il. V; .1 . DBAtllR llf i . .' GARDEN. GRASS ' AND FIELD Agricultural Implements, FertillBtfr-ra, Fruit Trees, Etsv Xain Street, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. TV RECEIVE T 1 ' Tvr Seed, ' ' Timothy Need, III ue Grass, - Orchard Orauss, Herds Graaa, Whisstl, Bye, and all kinds drain . stnd Grans Seeds. A . ,. '.Jama lot ef ' ... J. :: .,.'.) Tnrnlp Seed, and Gardon and Acrienltaral Implementa, Tte. . TIPTON WEtKLY RECORD. SAM. P. HOSE, Editor and Proprl'r. ."..-:- ft f' ;' i" i. i . ' .. : THR RECORD IS PUBLISHED KVTERY Friday, at . . v . ' f - . it Covlnajson, Tenaeaaere, .. . ' and is an independent Democraf ,c paper. It circulate wido'y in tbe eoonti'a. of Tiplow. Lauderdale, liny wood and Paye ite, and i th beet edverti.ina- medium, tbrov.gh which the merchtats of Memphi. may adv artin for coun try trade, to be found In West 't'enienme. Advertisement inserted oa liberal term. Specimen enpie furaished gratis to ail WUo may desire thaio. .. Adtiren .. , SAM. P. R0E, Wr-4 Civrtnn. Tenn. X l' a. rr X ' M 80UTnEN-MADS COTTON GIN. THIS GI IS REGARDED BY PtANT era V.bo have mil it a tbe bust for sample, picking the eeed a ean. and light draught Every Gin ii tried on eeed cotton befor. leav ing tbw Paotorv. to prove it is ir. good order. Planter cultivating bottom land, are re aaeated to examine the EureKa Gin, at FABKIKUTOX A HOWELL'S, .-, , 268 Front Street. , Tt will pay for I'sell ia (inning fifty bale. A. N. Gunniaen, maaufa-tararof the Steel Oormb Gin before the wr, bnt aow a rlanter, gi res tbe following certificate i " MaaPRia, Tsn Jaaaatr 31. l"-l. I take p ' In recommeoding tn plan ter, ruliirating dtiua oa ibe boitou Ian 1. ef the Mieie.iipiv Ark.aw, W hte eat bt. Vraa ria river It., fcureka ,in, mwie by Daniel Pratt, of Alabama. This Oio. aeparatee the bulla, boll, eto., from the f ..d .tloa, makes a .ood sample, and iseuperl or 0 averyothr Gin for bottom Ian 4 a. I hav a a'ed one myeelf on a farm in M'aehinrt ,a oe anty, Miaaiaaippi. and itotrates well, aad a. Tea .n"ir Mti.fu-tioa in every reapect. A. N. GUNN ItiON-" Order, for liine, ffjni forty to eighty eawa. and Gam Bdtine at ftory price., aidreraed to the cure of Fami ,aton A Ilowell. 2tU Front atraat Mrmphi., pi anoily Iliad. Preeaea aad rearing pat ap, aat (iIBa ren.iret. by a akilllul OinwrehU u. W. THITRH KART. . ' ' ' Atrnt for Daniel Pratt CO.lf OA L! t r K tFf I tHAVg Tf AOl'NCK TO f tbe 4 t1tw. .f kf.aapki that we have opened a S aW COAL VAJti. ( AT FOOT OF MARKET STREET frt th a aa'e of Mt. CuVa 1 "-en article aura raMd fngdmwtvea. It i. the paret kaowa t tke W m-, ead eeaal U tbe ke.t f' ahir. It ka. ,tm m4 a. nut tbe pat w a yr tor am.iiec irtm are, aa. stag ea, k aebamuai aaA saattiy smrpnaa. auk ranee ar"'H v errt te fa!c. . w M adieea BtrH.ee Vans. fctaf .V ..k -vii W. r. fasl A L, Areas.