Newspaper Page Text
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE, GEORGIA HOME Ins. Co., of Columbus, Ua. ' Asaeta, - 500,000 STATE INSURANCE CO., Of Ifaslivllle, Tonn. Capital, ... 200,j)00 V. H. MOORE, AGENT. x Office: No. 293 Main Street, Willi the Savfnsrn Bank of Hens- PUBLIC LEDGER. Otacn t No. 18 Madisoa Street. MEMPIUHi Htnrd Evenlnsr. Hept. SS, 179 FOB PRESIDENT, HORACE GREELEY, Of Hew York. FOB VICE PttESIDEST, B. GRATZ BROWN, or moori. CONSERVATIVE TICKET. FOI OOVKBNOk, johiv c. unowN. rOK CORORI9S1IAI JIT LAEQt, Xi.F. CHEATHAM. FOR COSORI93, ' L1NDON O. IIATNE8. FOI 8MAT0RS, H CLAY KINO. JAMES M. CREW'S. PEYTON J. SMITH. FOR RRPRESKNTATIVKS. HUGH D. GREER. A. B. HAYNES. JAMES M.HARRIS, S. R. GAMMON. JOHN OVEBTON. JOSEPH BARBIERE. FOR FLOATER. J. W. ELDRIDQE. ; notice i Cong-reanlonal CnnvnaiB. Landon C. Haynes will address the people upon the issues of the day at the following times and places: Collierville, Saturday, September 28. White's Station.Monday.September 30. Somerville, Monday, October 7. Judge Barbour Lewis, and Colonel A. J. Kellar are respectfully inrited to at tend. " " HO FEOSCBIPTIQIT. , ' The contest now progressing in this State is developing a large amount of bitterness and feeling. It has developed expressions of ostracism on both sides, fact to be regretted, lo ostracise man because he intends voting for either Cheatham. Mayuard or Johnson wrong in principle. True, Andy John on seeks to ostracise ex-Confederates. In his Nashville and Gallatin speeches he abused men because they were Con fonVratB Generals: bade them stand back and give him a chance for office, In his speech at Bristol last Tuesday he aid: "If my competitor, Cheatham has any claims to represent the people what are they? I wonder if he had not erred for four years in the Con federate army who would ever hear of Cheatham as a candidate for Congress; that he labored four years to destroy the Government; now he wants office. This speech is reported in the Knox ville Press aud Herald (Johnson organ.) In this manuer he attempts to cast odium and disgrace on the ex-Confederate sol diers, many of whom in this city have asserted thev will vote for, him. Mr. Johnson did not utter these proscriptive sentiments' in Memphis; he is governed by political latitude, and what would suit East Tennessee would be condemned in the West. Horace Greeley does not run on the Johnson platform of proscrip tien. Ho says: In vain do politician! rake up the embers of old controversial, lo rain do politician." seen m revive the detaila of blnodv and cruel acts performed years afro. Still tlie heart yearns toward our distant brothers, our defeated and humiliated brother!. Wa tsk them to come back and take their teaisbeside u in theeoiu nioa council, and to b listened to an of old. We mention these facts to Bhow the error of proscription on account of opin ion. -Let us do all in our power to con vince our neighbor of his error in sup porting Johnson. Let us, on principle, give the bolters, disorganizes, dema gogues and proscriptionists a fair, square fight. Let us wallop them in good style, and afterward be as friendly with them as of yore. Greei.et and Brown are the nominees of three Conventions the Cincinnati Liberal Rcpublicuu, the Baltimore Dem ocratic, and the late Louisville Colored Liberal Convention, which was attended by delegates from each State and Terri tory. The tenth resolution is signifi cant: That tha first National Liberal Convention of colored men, assembled in Ver.-ey Hull. Louisville, on the w.th of cpteiulier, lC:i, do unanimously nominate Horace tino-l?y, of New Vork. and H. timtx Brown, of Miouri, for Prisilnt and Yie Hrttident of the I mted Mutei of America, and accept the t'lHeinnali platform a the tenets of our political faith. The colored men are beginning at last to think for themselves, and to repu diate the iufumous teachings of carpet baggers, whose motto is: office for our selves aud a war of races between the Southern blacks and whites. J0HKS0NI3M 15 KISSISEIFFI. A few days since General James R. Chalmers, elector, delivered an eloquent speech at Senatobia, Mississippi. , He referred to Andrew Johnson's Presi dential administration in scathing lan guage. We take the following excerpt from his speech: When we point to the corruption, the extravagance and the 'peculations of Grant's administration, we are met with statements of the peculations and defal cations under Andrew Johnson, as if we were responsible for his administration. They had as well attempt to hold ns re- , r . 1 . . . C T : - sponstoie lor iue nuio ui uou uuuer ui New Orleans, because both were Demo crats before the war. Andrew Johnson was nominated with Mr. Lincoln by the Radicals. He appointed none to office but those who could take the iron-clad oath of allegiance, and if hia appointees stole money it was loyal stealing by the loyal men. lie deserted the boutnern Democracy in their hour of sorest trial, and he is now engaged in a vindictive and malicious effort to brVak down the Democratic party in Tennessee. The chief elements of his character are malice, hatred and revenge, His opposition to Radicalism grows ont of his rtersonal hatred of Grant, His idea of iiunishinz the South, after the war, was to create a feeling of hatred toward its leaders by making treason odious. He gratined his envy and malice by requiring men of wealth to cue to him lor a special paruon, mat line Uriah Heep, he might feast his envious soul in a tyrannical display of his power over those whom misioriune naa piacea in his trraso. His chief desire in hi crusade against General Cheatham is ta stir up enmity between tne ncn ana tne poor, and excite, it possioie, a natreu LATEST TELEGRAMS. AHSijOAM rues laSOOIATIOH, via a. r TauuaAFf OOMFAXT. Bpeelal. to th Ledger. SEW l'ORK. Krw York, September 28. Yesterday the (rand Jury ended labor fr the term by bring. ins into court another large hatch of indict ments. They have considered three hundred oases, and found about two hundred and forty indictment!, lutuoient to keep the General Sessions Court fully occupied during there, mainder of tin year. It is understood that it wasin consequence of tht enormous amount of business to be transacted in the Court of Gen eral Sesaiona that the District Attorney yester day moved to have the iudiotinents atainst Tweed and other ring operators removed to thr Court of Oyer and Terminer, as eaoh case will occupy a month. At a meeting of tha Board of Apportionment yesterday, thesutn of 100,001 watuppropriated to the Department of Parks, for erecting a mu seum of natural history and art in Central Park. Commissioner Vannost protested against allowing th Chief Architect two and a half per cent on tha cost of the buildings for fur nishing the plans, as he already receives a sal ary of $0000, and the per centum would add 125,000 to his salary. A special dlspitch from Reading, Fann, says tha railroad excitement there is greatly allayed and 'everything is 'quiet, awaiting the legal decision,' The situation is unchanged the adyantages, if any, resting with tha Wil mington and Reading, and Burks County roads, tha new combination, against which the old monopoly, the Philadelphia and Read ing road, are so strenuously battling. Tb new company has possession of the road, for which the contest has been waged, the Philn delphiasnd Reading Company having been Police Coiikt. The Recorder had nineteen visitors at his levee this morn ing, most of whom bad red or black eyes, the results of last night's dissipa lion. Oue hnudred and seventy-five dollars were assessed as fines agaiust the attendants, including ten dollars John Jones wag required to pay for fast driving, and seventy-live dollars levied on two mackerels named Cassidy and HaJdigau for trying to "beat" a country man. . i , ii :' ,',.) : Criminal Court. The case of Win. Johnson, charged with the murder of John White, at Whitehaven last spring, was being tried in the Criminal Court this morning. Both parties to the affray were colored., The entire day will prob ably be consumed in hearing evidence and argument, and the case will go to the jury late this evening, perhaps. between the private soldier and his late ejected by order of ths city authorities. After To DAT Colonel Haynes, Conservative nominee for Congress; Judge Lewis, Radical, and Colonel Kellar, Indepen dent Johnsonian, meet in joint discus sion at Collierville. The terrible excori ation given a few days since to Judge Lewis by Colonet Haynes, on the subject of misappropriation of county funds by an illegal court over which the former presided in this county, causes the Judge no little annoyance. commanding officer, an undertaking worth? of the great miud which could hang a woman to appease the appetite of a mob who thirsted for blood and lin he had reason to suspect, if nn satisfied with a victim, would make nns of him. He did not levy assess mpnts unon General Harding and others from any desire of personal gain, nor did be do it. as be latseiy claims, irotu any love for the Confederate poor, but that he might gratify that feeling of hate which William T. Haskell so well de scribed, when he said "Andrew Johnson curses his Maker every day, because he did not make him a snake, that he might hide on his belly in the grass and bite the heels of rich men's children." He is the last man in the world who should claim te be the defender of the Const tution. We denounce the Grant party for its reconstruction policy, but they had at least the form of law in Con gressional enactments to justify them while the my policy of Andrew Johnson was without the form or the nrvirit of law. He caused the mob at Nashville to enforce upon Tennessee the most orlioua constitution ever enacted. After the war he seized our wounded and crippled hero, General Uark, ana ira nrisoned him in the Dry Tortugas, siur nlv because he claimed to hold the office of Governor of Mississippi, to which the people bad elected him. He appointed Sharkey Governor, called a convention of his own authority, and dictated in advance what it should do. A more complete example of the one-man power was never exniouea in tne uuueu oiuicu, and we utterly refuse to recognize him as a Democrat, and deny that the Demo cratic party is in any way responsible for his administration of the Presidency. the order was issued the new company com menced laying tracks, but was Hopped by an injunction granted by tha Supreme Court, The argument en this question will be heard in Philadelphia to-duy. Pending this hear ing, no trouble in anticipated. The police are now guarding against any precipitate action of either party. The sympathy of the cititens appears to be with tha new road CALIFORNIA. The Trial of Lsara Fair. Sam Francisco, September 28. The trial of Laura D. Fair was concluded yesterday alter, noon at five o'clock. The summing! up by the counsel on both sides having concluded the Judge charged the jury in an able and im, partial address. At six o'clock the Judge sent to the jury-room to inquire if they had agreed upon a verdict. The answer was re turned, " bad not agreed." The Judge then announced that he would keep the court open until midnight in order to give the jury a chance to come to an agreement, and not be locked up. At midnight word came in from the jury-room that no decision had yet been agreed upon, and little prospect of agreeing upon a verdict. The court then ad journed until this morning. Immediately af ter adjournment of court, N. G, Curtis, coun sel for Mrs. Fair, withdrew to a restaurant near the court-room for the purpose of taking dinner. While drinking a glass of water he was overcome by weakness, and foil fainting to the floor. The excessivo heat of the court room, together with mental excitement attend ing his labors during the trial on behalf of Mrs. Fair, had thoroughly prostrated him, and he was scarcely able to bear up during the close of the trial.' At this hour thrae a.m. ho is still unconscious, REFORM IB THS DIVORCE COURT, The wholesale divorce business has received a set back in New York. Judge Farwell, in a recent case wherein the allegations were jealousy and extreme cruelty, stated in effect that be did not sea clearly that within the meaning of the Btatute extreme "and repeated" cruelty had been shown in this case. If a man pinched bis wife's arm and made it black and blue, or if he scolded her, he did not think that that could be called extreme and repeated cruelty. This matter of marriage relation is not sim ply a matter of etiquette, in which the husband must always be polite, or vice versa; and marriage was not to be dis solved for light cause. Allowance must be made, in estimating these cases, for human nature and human passions. It was shown that the petitioner's husband was a jealous man, it might be an ab surdly jealous mat, but that did not bring him under the statute, which ex pressly required extreme and repeated cruelty to be shown. The Court pointed out that the parties might, if they choose, live separate, and the husband might make bis wife an allowance. He could not strain the law; he could not make cases of extreme and repeated cruelty. Divorces were not to be granted because men were jealous of their wives, especially when it was not shown whether the wives were to blame or not. Collision of Railroad Trains In In. i lit n a. Indiasapous, September 28. A collision oc curred between two freight trains on the Bee line, near Chesterfield station. The eastern bound frsight train, instead of waiting at An derson for the western bound train, attempted to make Chesterfield switch, resulting in a collision at full speed while on a curve, wreck ing the two trains and killing in engineer named Sam Hasey. Several others were in jured. Fred Greaber. switchman at Bellcfontaiuc depot, of this city, was run over by a junction pony at Virginia avenue crossing, last evening, and killed . . Michigan atratsrht-Ont Con veatlou. Jacisox, Scptcmbor 28. Ths straight-out Democrats of Michigan held their convention here yesterday, and every district, savo one, was represented. The most harmonious feci ing prevailed. W. W. Wharton, of Detroit, was chairman. A full State and electoral ticket was put op. The principal nominees were: t or uorernor. lion, vt nuam terry, oi Grand Haven ; Lisut. Governor, Cbas. Wood ruff, of Ypsilantes Becretary of State, Thos. J. Cutler, of Kalamasoo; State Treasurer, Clem ent M. Davison, of Detroit; Auditor, "Gen. Cyrus Peabody, of Akland. Resolutions were passed supporting O'Conor and Adams, It is claimed that an electoral State and county ticket will be run in every county in the State. I desire to furnish my testimony in behalf of Pr. Jayne's excellent medi cine, the Expectorant. I have been troubled with asthma for over two years, and it became so bad last fall and win ter, that I could not walk over twenty rods without sitting down to rest; neither could I perform work of any kind. If I chopped wood briskly for five minutes, I would fall down for want of breath, so firmly had the disease taken bold ot me I many, 1 was persuaded to try the .x pectorant, and procuring a bottle from Messrs. Hawley & Etchell, of this place, 1 commenced using it. Alter taking, i all our bottles, I am new able to do as much work in a day as any man in my neighborhood, and my complaint has entirely left me, Therefore I cordially recommend this Expectorant to any one troubled with asthma. Horace S.medlet, suiaw r, Fitchburg, Mich. Trade sales, all classes of nierchun dise, throughout the season at Frank laud's, 195 and 197 Main street. ,.' 32 W. Z. Mitchell school, 303 Third st, Sraker preserves, at the Allen Bms Coke and Coal Tab for sale at Gas Company's office, 291 Second at. 70-t Broom's Opera House. The public can be highly entertained by paying visit to the Opera House, where they cau witness a chaste performance, con sisting of rare novelties not to be seen anywhere else in the city. Two more new stars added to our already gigantic combination. More stars are engaged, and will appear in rapid succession Come and be amused. CROCERIES. Trade sales, all classes of merchant dise, throughout the season at Frank land's, 195 and 197 Main street. 32 FRESH OYSTERS. Victor D. Fuchs, at 41 Jefferson street, s receiving them daily by express. Call on him for your supplies. 3t Buy your wood from C H. John son, 117 Poplar St., near Fourth. . ' 2T Paol WRiont, the well known news dealer, has one of the handsomest news emporiums in the city, and he always keeps it supplied with the latest periodi cals and current literature. He keeps the best cigars in the city, all prices, and has the only collection of rubber goods meaning thereby snakes, lizzards and things. Give Paul a call. DIED. BLAKEY Friday evening, September 27th at half nastnine o clock, at the residences: her mother, Mrs. Luff, corner of Orleans and Jefferson street extended, Mrs. J. u Blakit of dropsy. Richmond (Va.) and Wilmington (Del.) papers please copy. The Avalaschs i.euus to gloat over the hanging of Mrs. Surratt by Andrew Joaoson. Every day or two it sneering!y auks: " When is Mrs. Surra" to be hung ajrain T " W hT not apply to Audy for THE FREBIDEHTIAL ELECTIOI. It is generally believed that the elec tion for President will take place in all the States on the same day. This is an error. It will be held in Louisiana on the 4th of November, one day before the other States, by a special set of Con gress paused at the last session. Toe reason for this difficult to understand, unless it was done with a view to use: the expected Radical victory as means; to assist Radicalism ia other States. All the other States, except Texas, will follow with their voles on the 5th, and Texas will wind up the election with a four days' struggle, commencing on the 5th and ending on the ftth. The four days' voting device is a Radical dodge adopted by the Radical Legislature sev eral years ago for the purpose of eu- abling the Grantites to send negroes from oue county to another, and in this manner carry the election by fraud. The result in Pennsylvania in Octo ber next may be anticipated when tha Philadelphia Press, Grant paper, hurls the following denunciation against Hart ranft, the Grant candidate for Governor, and his allies: Fast settling dowa inta the sea of reeking The bloody Cuban struggle, after four years' duration, is as far from the end ever. The Cabinet at Madrid has been officially advised by its Viceroy that there still exists in arms against Spanish misrule some four thousand un repentant bloody rebels. General Cebal" los in his dispatches says be requires sixteen thousand more men to put down the rebellion, notwithstanding the fact that he has on the island of Cuba seventy thousand troops. On this hy pothesis, General Ceballos admits that one rebel is equal to eigni apanisn soldiers, or that , it takes eight Spaniards to kill outs Cuban. There is no doubt but that the revolution now progressing in the Ever Faithful Isle will be snccessful, and that Spanish domination in the gu'f will cease forever. The patriot junta in New York receives valuable information from the War De partment of the republic of Cuba. These advices confirm the statement that the patriots have in the field ten well organ ized, disciplined and armed regiments, numbering altogether ten thousand men. Spain has domestic troubles to combat, and the young king is not too firmly aHHted un.in his throne. Spain has neither men nor money, end for lack, of both her existence is imperilled at heme. The struggle must go on as heretofore, antil at last, by one patriotic effort in the field, the Cubans will proclaim that Cuba is free. h years corruption uu which their craft so long sailed, la the rina which has for Ions y ruled and ruined the povereivn hutt of l'ann- svivama. blow on blow is crushing thick and fast uko the sinking revel, and each aetting sun ses toat vewrt lowr in the water, her crew snore pale and terrified, and the doom of her commaaiter. who bu for bis whole lift long disregarded and dHifd the laws of God and man, snore nearly There hat re cently been a lull iu the 6ht, a breathing spell, in which both sides could panr while the suioke lilted, and count th'ir killed. On our tide not a man is hurt. We are ready now, at we vara ready sii month, ao, to lace tha mufie and stand to oar gun.. Ia the ranks ol th tntmr it confu.ioa. disorder, in subordination and death: flags are drooping, and tht voict of lamentation ascends from tbeir camps; so stand tb.hojts one fre.h and eager for the fray, tbe other already mure than half conquered and utterly demoralized, and The disorganizing journals are in cstacy over the accession to the causa of Andy of Colonel Fleming, editor of the Knoxville Press and Herald and Greeley Elector for the State at large. The Trenton Gazette explains the holt in this manner: " Ia justice to Colonel Fleming, however,' we will state that we believe him to be a true man, and in full sympathy with General Cheatham, but not owning tbe Press and Herald, he is anable to control Its politics. This, however, is no reason why he should re tain his position npon our ticket." AMUSEMENTS. MEMPHIS THEATER. Spaldixq & Porx. P. Short ......Proprietors Treasurer Engagement for Positively Six Klsrtat and Saturday Matinee ' -Of- MR. OLIVER DOUD BYRON. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, September 30th, and October 1st and 2d, Will oe presented, for tha first time in this city, with New (scenery. Machinery and Effects, the great sensation play, ACROSS THE CONTINENT. In preparation, Mr. Byron's great California saccats, Ben McCnllong-h; or, fiartln as Death OLYMPIC VARIETIES Cor. Main and Washington Streets. W, T. BiTRAjtwAsr -Proprietor Cham. U. Whitr... Business and Stage .Manager Jos, G. Reynolds., Treasurer NEWLY REFITTED AND REFUR nlshed throughout. Open Every Might, with a Brit-class Variety Troupa. Admi'.inn 0 and y cent.. Ifi-t AUCTION. FOli SALE BY AUCTION In Jtear of Anjea. Beal t ( o.'a, Monday, September 30th, at 10 a.m., A let of Second-band ; FUPNITUP.E AND CARPETS, Consisting in part of 4 Sets fine Parlor Fnrnltnre. :t " Bed room 2 " lMnlngToora A variety of Chairs, Mattresses, Bidding, " ' (.'rockery, Etc, Also, Two Planoa, Oas Melodoon, Tvs aswraeaaua Li(St ttprlnar Wagon. ' A. M. PT'irtPAPTt, AnMionttr. INSURANCE. II IJ Jt N 4 N D O Insurance Company OF MU3IFIII8. Ofiloe: No. 22 MalIon Street S. H. DUNSPOMB, PrttildanU W. B. O ALBKEATU, Vie Pretidtnt. 1. M. NLb0-S. bteretary. Directors i B. H. DfySCOVB. W. B. OALERKATH, D. H. iOW.Nbiiii. N. FONTAISK. A. VACCAKO. JOR BHl'CK. J.J. Bi'tiBK, JOMSI O. flZSR. E. T. KISK. J. A. HHANJi. i,. HAN'AIkR. K.e.JONKH. i. H. ilAUIIN, W R.KAU.ORT. n. i. aAViuov, R. J. Walker, the enterprising news dealer, No. 102 Bcal street, has all the latest dailies, weeklies and monthly pub lications. He has also many European . ' J 1 ' J tk., V, - . v,. -. -" , .rM, , j.liu Dwallings ..,-eWly a specialty. Call and see bun. 1 4.ird. iu iM I SPICElt & RYAN grocers; INo. U54 Mu.Ii). Street. Fresh Arrivals New Goods. Ttt WOULD RESPECTFULLY INVITE V V the attention of dealers and families to our largo stock of choice groceries. Our goods are fresh, and bought direot from first hands at lowest price. - , Choice Mocha, Old Government Java, Laguira, and li to toucea. Cut, Loaf, and other Bcflned Sugars. Tens Hie 11 nest to be baa ail Kinns English Pickles aud Sauces a large Canned Goods of ererjr kind Fruits and Vegetables. Canned Fish tine Tarlet j, " : Raisins, uta and Currants. Jellies In great variety and styles. Cox'h, Xelaon's and Cooper's Gelatine Canton Preserved Ginger large lot, Imp. MaccaronI Italian and Swiss, Dedicated Cocoanuts, lor pies. : In fact, a most complete stock, carefully bought expressly for first-class trade. Uire us a trial we think we can please you. 24 101 KHInHt HYAlf. PREMIUMS. THE MEMPHIS AGRICULTURAL -And MF.CII4XICAX SOCIETY, COR THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE FAIR J. Grounds official Drawn JN umbers. Morning; class HO. 312. ' M j 72 30 38 I 71 1 ii3M2 U 69 I S 4 26 At witness our hands, at IrUmphif, this 2th day of September, 1872.- 1V1 la, Ota (0 10 , JTamks Coi.ivan, Tobias Wot-ra. Thomas E. Hills, W. 0. Woods.. Opriflrnl Office. SIS Fscond street. ". RAILROAD MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE , RAILROAD. Autumn Schedule, Sept. 29, 1872 Express Train leaves... .' 3:40 a.m Mail ira in. Hull v 3:iu D.m Brownsville Accommodation 4:40 p.m w Pullman Sleeping-oars are run on all nixht trains, aur The 3:40 a.m. and 4:40 p.m. trains do not run on Sundays. Ticket Office, 237 1-3 Main St. JOHN T. FLYNN, Superintendent. T,tvF3 SpKrn, Ticket Agent. 24-t LEGAL. TRUSTEE'S SALE. On Friday, November 1st, 1872, TTP0N TIIK PREMISES, IN PURSUANCE J otaaecilot trust, ninue ny Andrew J. t i . i, , :i jsoneiton, JllZUUCLIl A, I-'OUVIBUII, I, IB WIIC, and Andrew J. Donelson as trustee of his said wife, on the 1st day of April, 1804, to senare the Davment of the note in said trust deed de scribed, I will sell to tht highest bidder, for cash, lot of land and the improvements there on, upon the oast side of .hayburn avenuo, south of and adjoining the grounds of the late R. A. Parker: Beginning at the southwest corner of said R. A. Parker tract on the east side of Hayburn avennc; thence southwardly along the avenue 400 feet and 6 inches; thence east Ti',1 feet and 6 inches to Park avenue: thenoo north on Park avenue 4K) feet and 6 inches; and tnonce west with tht Hue ef Baid Parker tract of land 701 fott and 6 inches to the beginning. Redemption waived in said deed. I convey only as uu'tee. i mo neueverj gooa. 24-tl BAM I! Kb U. MWM'HB, Trustee. NOTICES. NOTICE. A LL PERSONS FURNISHING SUPPLIES r to the bouts of tho Moinnhis and Arkansas River Packet Company, must have an order to do to signed by the President, becretary, or the Captain ot tne Boat. juiiii u. au amo, r resident. Memphis, September 26, 1872. 2-t NOTICE. MARKET STALLS FOR SALE. AN MONDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1872, 1 WILL J sell to the highest bidder, for cash, All the PUalla tat tha Korth and Sontb Hempbls narktl Housed, Including all Fish, Vegetable, and Meat stalls, rr-uiA n . -RUBaitihuxx, 20 31 City Tax Collector. Congregation Btth El Emcth. ElARTIES DESIRING TO SECURE SEATS in the bynagogue of the Congregation th El Emeth for the coming Holy Days, can ipply at the store of Mr. Mark Uohn. ISO I ront street every day during this week, be tween 5 and 6 o'clock p m. 17-T iy i.r, l , r-ccrctary. NOTARY PUBLIC. HUNSDON GARY, Notary Public, 17. S. Commlssloaer, nia. sffavti ill ClJ rT Atjt an t lkn,a,tii HMU VUIHIIUOOIVUV1 VA J'l 2Uft) Ofiloe 113 Houtli Court Ht. HAS RETURNED TO MEMPHIS IN RE newed health, and will be glad to tee his friend". L'l-4 s PRIVILEGES. Exposition Privileges. EALED BID9 WILL BE RECEIVED until twelve o'clock on Monday, .'loth inst.. or tbe following privileges (day and night) luring the thirty days which the Exposition will be open, vis: ,aloon lor snienf v ines and Liquors. Haloon for sale of Peer. Hiti.ee for sale of KiMla-water. Meail ajid Lemonade. rnsca for aale of Cakes, Candies, let Cream nd Fruit. Snace for sale of Mcnts. Bread. Ovst.ra and other things of substantial food. Lessees must furnish tbeir own counters, ta bles and other fixture, and keep their tpact Jituper anu cleanly conuition. ne-ihird of tht least must bt naid for oa acceptance of the bid and execution of tut contract; one-third must be paid (eu Ua thereafter; and one-third on the V"th af Octo ber. Notes mut be executed, with approvt ndorsers. for ibedeterred payment. i-:..r to pay notes al maturity will lorltit lease, bids will be received for any viterBriviivaa net conflicting Willi tht al'ora. Tht ClHllllltrA fl.n-, th nrivil nt - lectins any or all bid.. lints may be hied with the undersigned, at it office, -73 .Main and i'i South Coart street. iK, M Kl.LhnMl. n rimrmnn Cnmrtiitte. MEMPHIS CITY FIRE AND GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY, Offlce, No. 19 MADISON STREET, Memphis, Tenii. 3CS0,000 1,000,000. , CAPITAL, i x t AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, , i ' B. B1TLISS, President. , A. VACCA.R0, Vice Presld tnU F. W. SMITH, Cashier. HENRY J. LYNN, Secretary. k ; ' i , i ' 'dirkctobsi' JACOB THOMPSON. NAPOLEON HILL. W. B. GALBREATH.' W, C. RUTLAND. WILLIAM J0YNER. S. T. FAR9AS0N. K. T. G00DLEIT. F. F. WttWF.lf. IsrWTSS anil Arttfittfr. 1Mt1v-72v PIEDMONT AND ARLINGTON Hi 1 17" E INSURANCE CO ' OF BICHHOND, VA.': v W. O. CABRIKGTOS. rreeldetU. D. J. IIARTSOOH, Sjcerotarw. JOBS E. EDWABBS, Tie Prt-a'l. J. J. HOFKIHII, Aaa't Secretary. Assets and Inrestmeutg orer $2,500,000. Number of Policies orer 17,000. DIVIDENDS DECLARED ANNUALLY. PLAN MUTUAL. ALL CASH. ' . i -a , : .i i ' i ( -1 IIRA.1VCII OFFICE, S l-O MtVDIeSOlV HT., MEMPHIS. . O. L. DENNI80N, President. ' J. E. DILLARD, Secretary. ; . J. J. BUSBY and J. A. L0WDKN, Vica Presidents. TRIITIEl! ' r O. L. Dennison, A. M. Stephens, J. . Busby, C. L. Anderson, Geo. Mellersb, J. A. Louden, . V.Rauibaut. John Johnson, J.N.Ware, O. F. Prescott, J. E. Uillard, F.D.Barnuiu. Medical Kxtuninora-Ct. B. THORNTON, M. D., R. J. FREEMAN, M. D. . M. B. TREZEVANT, Codrsellok. . , . So 8POT8WOOD, General AffeutH. JET PALACE. JET PALACE. I. BOESCHER Ac CO. GOLD WATCHES FOR GENTS. GOLD WATCHES FOR LADIES. GOLD CHAINS. . GOLD RINGS. GOLD STUDS. GOLD SLEEVE-BUTTONS. GOLD BRACELETS. LADIES' GOLD AND CORAL SETS. GOLD CHARMS, Etc. At Reasonable Prices, In our Establishment, ROESCinCH Ac CO., 380 Slain street, Frarllewl Watshmali.rs anrl Jsw.l.r., 1872 HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL, : 1872 WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS, SHOES AJVD HATS, Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats, ' NO. 31 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, XEIST1V. GOOD tee IE LARGEST 8T0CK IN MEMPHIS. THE CONSTANT RECEIPT OF enables us to offer Merchants inducement unsurpassed in any market in Amer the Stock before you buy. W. control the following brands of Boots: DIXIE BOY, FB1DE OF DIXIE, HORSE BIDEK, COTTON PLANTER, MEMPHIS, SKEDADDLE, UP-COTTOJT. Hill, Terry V Mitchell' Custom Calf Boots and Nonpareil Brogana. lM-,7 1872 1872 COATINGS, CASSIIYIERES, AND' Gents' Furnishing Goods! AT- B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS. INSURANCE. Inaarea atratn.t Loaa ly P1r rla.at. ss.lt tr kiiks. HOHE Insurance Company OF MEMPHIS. Oflicc, Xo. 20 Madison St. L01 IS HAXAl'ER, President, JOHX S. T00F, Tloe President, K. P. DOLLING, SecreUrj. DinECTORsii LOriS HASAVER. H. WETTER. . H. METTE. J. W. DICKIXSOX. V. li. MARTIN. W. O. HARVEY, W. WU1TAKEK. S-a We are now receiving the Largest and Most Attractive Stock of Black Cloths, Colored Cloths, Doeskins, Beavers, , French and American Coatings, French and American Cassimeres, American and Scotch Tweeds, Kentucky Jeans in all Colors. A FULL LINE OF CASSIMERES FOR BOYS SUITS A FULL LINE OF- Tailors Trimmings Constantly on Hand. W. hat tht Largest and Most Oomp Ittt Stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS! Of any Bouse a the Wart or Sc fitawett. Nos. 212 l'4-TJ B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS., and 244 main Street, corner Jefferson. information?