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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-.-WEDNESDAtWiy lO, 1872.
LOCAL FAR A UK A PUS.
MtSET lll '.HKS, Ea.
' Uaju' of a TiiocsAsn SntiKOS,'
y Eicmlng.Ju!, 10". a, 1ST.
HAY. HAT. WW.
LAW BE POUTS.
II. kt Pull
tool Over the Soli
- Admission as usnal.
w The Transfusion Kill beg In At o'clock
er The boxofflce will upn Tuesday morn
ing. Inly tb.nt tu lock, when seats mat be
secured without extra chante. Jv"
THE COTTON PICKERY-?
street, now occupied tfj K
-.h'.'; and TJ stalls and (rood
possession giveu 1st of AufcUt
Bolivar has a chain-gang.
The few Memphis Theater has
ii opened, ventilated and put on it
for Barmy Hughe' seance to-ttigat.
Barlsmr, the bijr drum, and Curry
were raising au avrfui "n nwl ... .our at
Africa Bailey' Church, in the Tenth
ward, last night.
The County Executive Committee
watt to have met yesterday afternoon, hut
.1id not. Due notice of the next meet
ing will be made in the papers.
rt... u .rls-rs nn tl . imnwiTAiniint.
.'.iri.r nn a r fl... llrMTll.U' niu,ih.iu
are away above the surrounding build- t?? hI,w l" -staln uim Ht then
in.r. and from th. iit.,rii of ! -wid that if be did not set tha IUtll.iil
alli es, j
The following note is from a straight,
uniieni!iig KepuMican, who han
by the party under all niretiuist.-iti
f course he la disfruxted with Mx
ry's condui t, when he iMw-rt that
running now an a no-party eundidal
JSliiToriS APPKaI. Four years
when Curry watt a candidate for
Radical nomination for the Slii-riff
flee against Garrett, tirrv went to
Out- iiundred tons choice hay. During
the present week we will sell goods
44 aud io Monroe
THE LEGiSLaTU i. t .
First ( trralt Court
The oa.-- undLs
I on rt
f ilKUM W way
t Lewi-.: Mahaii vs Taj
.ens W.t w . .! '.
f .t i v- (Vnini' ."-'
vs Plunier: -Jx. New York
Uiici' Cu vs iluil'uru, :!lxU,
vs Voting S Ci ft al; .J'M
' Pasrles vs Young 4 Co.
I DoiMflass, use, etc., vs Call
jaolb, Brui.-hovi gei vs Green.
tnpals nail . Iwh tau-el -.
For Helena. Un-a . UW awi A
... . r:
avli v .
rooms, alt In W
No 3b Exchange i
line neigh horhoo.1.
Pulsar at: cet -Hrs- 1
e house U ir, k
ins s1t rooms.
MR.1. C. T ALLEY .
: -On Hill St.; '
iu. v Adams st.
lr: floor, So. 37 South
K. B. SNOWDKB,
. MfoUisou street.
M 1-ONTUTUt' HTKEET LOT!
IO POMnX-'i STRFKT LUIV
TO THE HHi
1 r lliu
at 4 p.m. !
ml 4 p.ni.'
al 4 p.m.:
nes.-: 2 rood
1 : fcerr:
i llered. 1
r-REZEVANT A CO.
EH 4 RY AN.
poslte the east end oi
grounds reached by
I AND Near Lafayette De-pot anU on the
Memphl- and Charleston Kallroad.Suralle
11 acrta cleared
balance of Lbe
more than Is
..-I to pa;
.-lvpIt ; -
A. J. MARTIN
Attorne -t-1 -
Kit William- PI.
GROCERIES Stock of groceries; good a
uou and cheap rent. Apply to T. A.
eimj.. w .Mum
the Appeal present a busy picture.
The munce of Barney Hught will
lake place tliis afternoon, commencing
at eight. laughing will be Inaugurated
when the curtain rises. An interval
will be allowed for tear and smiles.
We published a description, a few
days ago, of the new locomotive just
finished iu the shops ol the Mississippi
and Tennessee railroad. Its trial trip
will be made this morning at ten o'clock.
The water-pipe men commenced
o; K-ration on Center alley at the back of
the Appeal office yesterday. The pipe
will be laid down along that business
Ihorough&re in a very short time. A
very good time of the year was selected
in which to turn up that well traveled
By a telegraphic dispatch received
yesterday we learn that the people of
Stanton have accepted, by a majority of
fourteen, the act of incorporation re
cently passed by the Legislature. Stan
ton is now a town and no longer a mere
A. younn man named Sanders, who
was getting ready to clean a well near
' irenada. Miss., fell down to the bottom
and broke his onlv leK, liaviiur. lost the
,;lit-r one during the war. Dr. Jgg8
was called iu, and, while cutting of!" the
l.-vt leg. Sanders not only stood it lwldly,
but talked pleasantly, and said that he
" thanked God he had two strong arm
left to make him a li wug yet. He did
nut utter a groan during the operation.
H. Wade & Co. have published, in
very neat form, a perspective view, sec
tions and piaita of the Market streel
public sehiiol building, very justly con
sidered the pride of our city. Looking
at it .reminds us that no pains or ex
panse should be spared to give us at
least three more such structures and a
high acbooi building of stone.
The Greeley and Brown Cub had
an informal meeting last evening at the
Second Circuit Court room. Major Joe
Barbier in the chair. The arrange
ments for a ratification meeting Friday
''cning were consummated, three
L-heers were given for Greeley and
Brown, and Major Barbiere, as a candi
inte for the General Assembly, and the
meeting adjourned well pleased with
(lie prospecis or uie party at nomeana
The guests of the Woreham House
yesterday presented Mr. Samuel Finlay
with a beautiful soldbeaded cane. The
nomination, he would be a ruined mini.
. Babb v Mose
ys WhitnilffaP first , n
demurrer, the latter on petition for re
hearing. Both" were submitted. Couit
ueeta at nine o'clock this morning.
TO TH; . VII VTF.S.
Will I he j
sitrnei! hy my fellow--iUzens
class and nationality
nroud and tlattered at tile hiirb
ment you have paid rue. ( iotten up and
nut in eireulatioii without my solid
iion or knowledge. 1
that it was not inti
pliment. Wixh this
call, I comply with
come a candidate
bend ail my etiergk
may hostess to pi
nil I hnncery ('art Seotl. hsn-
Wants l.ral In lu l):.r.
Krfan rVrtnt Pill!. ALUS. , 3 J
im-lpnstl...... lruv ti.i-t:
Hi . i i.i . -.
FOR CAIRO AND FT. LOUTS.
j- Msisipbls m
t For HiritnMU
M 5., -it
I. Uaa rsfkMttmmi)
tantbna. Cairo and L Lcmls. j
Edituks Appf.aIj On behalf of the
mechanics of this city, I wish to ask the
candidates that are trying to secure the
nomination to the State legislature the
JFirst If nomincted and elected, will
you use vour influence to have a me-
1 elianics' hen law passed at the next ses
sion of the Legislature, that for repairs,
construction, or material furnished, or.
work done, on any building or machin
ery, they have a prior Hen to any othi .
claim to the amount of such work or
Second Will you use your influence
to get the one hundred dollar exemption
law restored to our statute books that
is, to have one hundred dollars of a
workingman's wage- exempt from at-i
The worklngmeti of tlo- city will not
give their supjiorl to any man to the
Legislature unless he will pledge himself
to use his influence to get these two laws
enacted at the next session of our Legis
lature. Let them answer these two ques
tions through the columns of the Ap
a mere com
ion of your
ur request and be-
and the nest interr" or fhelby county
and the State of Tennessee. In conclu
sion; allow me to return to you my most
irrateful thanks for the honor yon have
done me. Very respectfully,
JOHN OVERTON. Jr.
A Itou--fleeut Inslitnliou.
The Board of Directors of tiie Invent-
set for hearing to-day: 9M
ereif; Gaunt vs Meudley ; 724, Whit
by vs Jones; "25, Moriartv vs Marairtv
Gtiity vs Armour; 7.12, Cadmontoni vs
l. .. i i.j.., . . -;- !.-.!...,.
... i i.i ...i.i muiri in,-, 1 1 . i s., nt-uv v s . .. , . m ,
tm-.h. i - 1. ,, 1 alTfn. Wcatner and Isaainess.
tlhfor.l- 7 4 fllell..r vs fl.ll.r- 7.1.. t . . .
... uuUlrm . i.y , i , iwuura - in..hs a.law
Itaines; .41. Hutchinson vs .Metcalfe; ' . w iT
lingnadello vs t tmeo; 44, Crook f ,
vs Oavidson; i45, Jneal vs Winn; 74
Angus vs Angas; .4., liobaou vs stOlie:
For Ciilro. I
aaarneleeajuta.iti A. Power
, WDNr-PDAY, July loth, al 12 m.
IIL1.EK. Airetit, So. -' Ehiotl Block,
loot ivUerson awit..
B LOWENSTEIN k BROS'
748, Walsh vs Brown;
Bootes; 7o0, (ireenlaw,
F.tlev vs McBctii; 752, S
inear: 7.SJ, Cherugino
T'.l. i 'botes vs ( botes: 7-'.
.4ti, wnite vs
exparte ; Jm ,
iwyura vs Oz
3, (rreenlaw vs
follows: At Omaha it lose lour inches;
Keokuk, one inch. At Davenport it
declined one inch; Cairo, four iuchas;
St. Louis, .six inches: Cincinnati, seven
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
a. WD THE BESDN
-n ner rnoaths.
..ii' 'liil i h- ;
iHiaz the ex-
ros SEW OKI
inches; Louisville, thru
iv-5 Ogee oj. the Levee. NoE. I
FOR WHITE RiVF.K.
fomb, D.-T. Porter, S.
Wellford and John F.
iL U wasagl
Id be paid
1 the capit
insrenlsl. Senatorial asid f'loatorial
CoatTewlftona al Weuiphls, Ail-
. trd r,f
orsE AND IXTT-A
a neat and ap-
ts 'ented and
wu.- tuU of
he was no
tied or the
U caned by
- astiug fol
s j lehsantlv
ni, en ihi- p
1 1 ront : ret
in une rep.ar. p
-. to the
In a i
Add rem L.
r AJfD-Very rbeap, 16
Li taasL f ron linn Mvu:.
choice frnit trees. forSJUiO
needn money immediately.
Jose 19, ISS.
care of this
ery, all nn
d nhni.t 4Ut
l he owner
AS- From the old eoaipuiiy, at ttal per
lmsj. . . charae lor xuioi meters, umc
Second -treet. mylQ
OTS un Walnnt street.
lj al si L mon street.
Apply her we
s-ronl street, over Lnnn's.
-To jo forty miles up the
d cook and fto. 1 house girl.
U and 12 o'clock a.m.. at 'Ji,
TJOARD w ant.-d try a g-
J f i. a priate ramiiy.
cntleman and wife
Address J. s. R
csre ot Appeal, stating location. JyS
CVJTTON MiJTEs: Cotton Motes' Cotton
j Mote. ! SMITH Co.. coi . Main and Beast.
DIES TO ENOW How to plaafir their
husbands, uet good DRY WOOD aad
will always hsv. their meals ready in
in) to Uie Wood card of
K. A. SLAUGHTER.
jy tT Madison street.
r .ipriate Tvvei
p -pular young candidate fo
h .uors, Capti.in Samuel
The reply by Mr. Finlay
tii and humor. He said
speaker, but ventured to
tl st tbey were .a- well tha:
l iten as" he felt himself vt
It. The ti-jal feasting an.;
wed and the affair ended .
tnd delightfully as it comru
The foUowiri: is the programme fi r
sixth of the !.-ries of Court Square
.certs, which have nv-t with so
. -arty applause at the hsnds of the
''.rand Parade March Hartmann.
. Secou. Andante and W .Uu Heinieke.
La Je:uenesee l-ora nuadriUe.. jschuhert.
The First schottlacfaa. .JS rq.
. JukUt-e March Faust.
erio Comic Fantasia, -Th.
Rage .D A' ie.-. i. ...... ill rm.ebeil.
An liutte and i adet l'olka Kl!s.-.
. Walta , .Strauss. i
We have received several commu- i
i.ications urging us to press, as energeti- i
illy as possible, the formation of a I
Pursuant to the notice given the Dem
on ratic Executive Committee of the
Ninth Congressional District, met at the
Si-cond Chancery Courtroom, July it,
lt72, at two o'clock in the afternoon,
when the following resolutions were
adopted, to-wit :
Resolved, That the convention to
nominate a candidate to represent the
Ninth Congressional District in the
Forty-third Congress of the United
states, be he' I in the citv af Memphis.
leiiuessee, on Wednesday, August 7.
Jiesolved, Tiiat at the same time and
place the conventions also 1 held for
the purpose of nouiiuating a candidate
to represent the Twenty-third Senatorial
District, composed of the counties of
Fayette, rl Ipturi and Shelly, in the next
jLUtral Asisenibly, and to nominate a
erindidate to represent Bhelhy and Fay
e'te counties iu the Ijowcr House of the
Rrnolved, That each county be ai
kwed twelve dehigates in the Congres-
si nal Convention for each representa
nve in the Lower House of the Legisla
t ir . and its ii rata share for each
Moating represer tative as follows, to-wit:
B. Tobey, C. B.
;re-il that i-
or other offlc rs
taS i .'.'. be aiig
uM Tl '
than this whose members are above des
ignated, and there is not the slightest
doubt that the company will make
money rapidly. Especially, however, will
tTeat good be done by-means of the aid
these gentlemen and their associates pro
jiose to extend to inventors whose ge
nius, in many instances is stimulated
i y the direst "poverty to vigorous and
IE I LI VR SCTCIDE.
An Old E.-Mly Takes n Hitch of a Small
Rope Round her Knees and Her
Keek and Dies.
R solved, That each
represent by delegates its respective vote
comprising sidd district, to-wit: Fayette,
o-'vM); Tipton, 4358: Shelby, her surplus.
- ette i . ..IS Detonate.
lipton 12 Delegate.
Kneroy a Delegates.
A gentleman from Fayette county.
Mississippi, brings the particulars of the
death of an old lady of the name of Mrs.
Jane Goodwin, which occurred last
Wednesday. The old lady had been
more or les demented for mime years
and was ao.dic.ted to experimenting with
a rope. She was living with her sister,
Mrs. Meek, at the time the last and suc
cessful attempt was made. On last
Wednesday inornitis Mrs. Meek asked
her to churn while she wen; out to milk.
!ut she complained of being sick and
her sister told her to lie down nd rest,
which she did. Mrs. Meek went out
nnd remained but a short while, aad on
her return found that he sister was not
in the room. Satisfied that all was not
right she called her two foes to the
house, nud also some neighbors that
lived near by, and search was instituted.
After a diligent search of about two
hours and a half, they found her between
two hills behind a thick cluster of briars,
a short distance from the road, tierfectly
dead. She was lying on her side with
her knees drawn up, and a small cotton
n Delegates, i eonl in a mnningnoose around her neck,
county in the ' drawn tightly, and rapped" twice around
lie allowed to Uie neck. She evidently went directly
Low 7"9, Walker vs Bigelow; 780,
Tmatle vs Tuggle; 763, Kellar, exparte;
77"). Shavers vs Shavers 771,Taber vs
Taber; nii, Cocke vs Bigtlow: 773,
Richert vs Eibia; 77i'., Boyd vs Walker;
77s, Loft vs Coekrell; 779, Koen vs
Rodgers; 781, Cross vs Coekrell: 7SJ,
Coekrell vs Brinkley; 7!, Cross vs
Brinkley; 785, (Jnisenberry va Brink
Icy; 7Hii, Quiun vs Lauigan; 187, Ste
phens vs In sate: 788, Ford vs fredale;
7b!l, Ially vs Carrigat.; 7iJ, Laet-y vs
Moon; 7!rJ, Kfrk vs DavLs; 794, Croak
vs Fereuson; 7ftn, Hayes vs Natt; 79h.
Rasters vs ( 'ity ; 7H7, Powers vs Median ;
7"s. (ioliiday vs Carr; 8Uii, How va Al
drich; 8t4. Cox vs Jefferson; Jones
vs Coffee; suti, McDade vs Duncan; 81)7,
Coleman vs Coi. -n. an: slu. Bray vs
Warren; 812, Hume vs Vahlman; il;,
Morrow vs McLean; SI 7, Morrow vs
Ii'.irr; 83), Morrow vs Martin; s24, Bur
leson vs Meacham; -, Hodge vs tlolils
by. Second Clrt-nlt Conrt Halsey, Ju.I-e.
To-day, after the disposition of the
case of Hudgeons vs Blauton 4 James
is disposed of, the following cases will
be called for trial: 051, 961, 'MS, 970,
!72, 973, 974, 675, 977, 978, 98, 9&3, 95
t87, !SJ0, 96. 668, Rfjft, 1014, 1016, M2,
I '03, 1'05, 1036, 11187. 103". ;-;. !- -..
1048, 1054, 1055, 1061, 10ri, lh4, 1072,
1074, 1060, 098 10ri9, 1107, 1108, 1125,
4128,1132, 1143,1145, 1148, leo2, 1156,
llbo, H7o, 11176, 4S3;
ahove cases have been
tail 1181. Sciiultiers vs
!. 6. W. ii. Holmes
, Robertson vs Oreen
6, Clarke vs YVealher
L o.; 1217, Mcinphis A
id Co. vs Haydi
and warm, rsusiu s n the !jv.e yes
terday was only moderate.
NAsm rLLE, July 9. The ris er i
falling, with 24 inches water on Hr
peth Shoals. Weather showery and
(tnttjstcati, July 9. Tle river ia
falling, with 7 feet 6 inches water in the
ehnnnel. W'eather dear to-night, and
ctnlfcr. Arrived: Belle Vernon, frni
Memphis. Heavy roin this uteinoon.
la'timr ar.m thirty minntes.
ViC'Kshi an, Julv 9. Koata down:
John Kyle, 9 laM. niht. Down to-day :
Governor Allen, 7 p.m. 1 p: Henry
Ann s, 0 a.m; M. J. Wick-, G p.ni : Belle
St. Louis, S p.m. Weather cloudy.
Ki .-er falling.
Little Rock.JuI.vi. Weather warm
and cloudv. Kiver stationary, with 7
feet G inches water in the channel. Ar-1
rived: Utah, from St. Jou is.
C.nto, Julv 9. Arrived: Pevtona,
frnm New Oriean, 9 p.m; Mohawk,
from St. Louis, 6 p.m; Henry s. Turner,
fiomLouisviUe, 5p.m; City oi" Chester,
from St. Louis, 0p.m. Departed: Pev
tona, for Louisville, 10 p.m; Mohawk,
for New Orleans, 10 a.m; Henry' & Tur
ner, fur New Orleans, 6 p.m. River has
fallen 4 inches. Weather cloudy. Mer
I'lTTSBrRG, July Weather clear
and hot. The Monongahela river is
stationary, with 2 feet 3 inches water in
A. J. WHITE Mark 1 "heek. master
leaves TUESDAY, Julv 8th. at i o'clock part.,
. ..un. ciysaas tuousis oi ViuU- river wl
: lanisriife. for all Masts cn White
river. For freight or passage apply to
I'.. MiLhKi'.. A.-m, N... J Elliott IU--k.
jy8 3 'romenadt- root of J- 9ens
Ladies' Linen Seaside Suits,
Ladies' Linen Walkiii? Suits,
Ladies' Bishop and Victoria Lawn Suits,
Ladies' Pijue Suits,
Ladies' linen Traveling Dusters,
Kisses' and Children' Suits.
A C omplete Jine, suitable for all agen.
'-XBArTIFrL LINE OF
FOT'. ARKANSAS RIVER.
teinph)s inil r
1 li. s. U. ALI.l.N
. :t'. ',; -:a ';i, riiL. -ter
1 'h.af p
i ai.oly 1111 tioard or to
liiA Y, Agent,
foot Court St.
SATIN STRIPED BAREGE & GRENADINE
TOWiiOAT FOii c.lr:.
Which we are now offerins: at extraordinarily low prices
Towboat for Kale.
l vpalr :
feet; 2 Mien
FOP. HELENA & FRT
. Lace Bartes,
U5o, 1! .0. 1164,
the stylesi of tbe
Zallin'i r , 1 1 Ml, 1
: er vs Fi
I V vs
from the house to the
w as found.
TO-DAY LS THE LAST (
Total ! :.-rat.s.
Ji-Aolred, That each county in the
Floatorial Convention be allowed to rep
r .sent hy delegates its respective vote
i-omprl-4iiJr the di-strii t, to-wit: Fayette,
rjoiic f ountain hociety in our city. surplus, 1'm: tsneiiiy. surplus, aw.-.
As these all bear upon the single point thus : tayette, li; and Shelby
of furnishing proper drinking fountains 1 irates; total, 71 tieietes.
111 various localities, we need do no Itcmjlved, That it is earnestly reconi
more tliau simply state, in this promi- ' mended by the Committee tluit the two
1. cut manner, the views of our corres- ' thirils rule necessary for a eh dee or
! indents, at the same time indorsing , nomination ia each ol the conventions,
1 nem 111 me most eamesi manner, iiesine
i -! r lit i I it v we no--m stilimtt .li-.f )..-
.111 he matte the means of great muni- j
pal adornment, liioae who under-
TO SECl'BE A CERTIFICATE
- 1222, T;:
v et ai vs
etal; 1236, E. F. & W. H. l'itt-
Norhenr A Winter: IJ.ii,
rsou vs Co.;
Pittman, 1'arker & Co. yb Lin.lauer;
1262, Lunn A Maljoav-i Ijiwle-isi- W id
rig; 1263, Fravser Willett -aDelsp;
1316, Hollheimer vs Griffin et al; 131S,
(loulding vs McDonald : 1323, Msnsrield
vs Hamilton: 1324. MemphiB and
Charleston F.ailroail Conipanv vaMans
fordetal; 132, Miller as Mayor and
Aldermen of Memphis; 1334, Cogswell
vsSeeissl; T337, Baker Stooer; 13-i ,
Barnes et al vs Carroll; 134o, Host, v
.talvsBank of" Tennessee; 1346, Mo r-t-n
vs Mollitor et al; 135T, Vredenlierjr
i vs Wright et a! ; h""4, Walsey vs Pat
terson: 13")f, Fould, trustee, vs Yunkan,
surviving partner: Viol, Anderson vs
HANCF I Jericho; 13150. Tunslatt A H., v- W. C.
! & C. Postal; 13152, Warner vs Conrad A
spot where she
13t3, Warner vs Saugster: 1.U54, Cronan
vs Mayor and Aldermen of Mempliis;
ISHS, Brown vs Obermier; 1371, Dicfcin-
is. jBtffl.-An.ved: Atlantic
ry '. Yaesrer, from New Or-
.iau . i. ; . . i- org. Oe
Bisniarck, for New Orleans;
t irv of Hetena. Tor vii-Ksmirar. Kivei
faifiagsl-.wly. Weatl.- ' uuv; :Ua- clear;
Ii. vy shower at noon; very war.
Evansvillk, Julv 0. "Ilie weather is
partially cloudy and very- hot till even
ing; Biver has iaiien b inches. Busi
ness very dull.
. Nw hu-'.v's July y. .Vrriv'od:
Potomac, from Cincinnati. Departed:
Fiehmond and Moilie Moore, for St.
Louis. Harn rain tin's afternoon. Ther
momeler 76 ". "
Jiifisvii,LE, July 0. The river ts
falling, with 4 feet 7 inches in the canal,
and 2 feet 7 inches in the chute, and
5 feet to vansvillv. Weather cloudy
nnd pleasant to-ninht; slfsrht sprinkle
this afternoon. Arrived,; Kobext Mitch
ell, from New Orleans.
The JuTla. from St. Louis, arrived
early yesterday mnruing, put oif here
one hundred and fifty tons of freight,
and left for llow with a fair cargo.
The Thomas H. Allen departed for
Little Bock with all the freight she
ts (jiraiidLakc and Dick
lassed during the day with
ii- . Ma.. :..
ParkeL j Ladies',
rvlut. KealRb. tfMM
.n. tliieot 1 itir
- B.-nda. !
e Mall Packet i
Misses' and Children's Hosiery ( heaner than
OUR WACNIF1CENT LINE OF
CORSETS AND CORSET COVERS
Will be jo 'mil superior to any in the market.
r p;wta:p n.pr
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
For nil V. v- 1-aniltiurs aii Uw
to H! . i.'lnsr.'' I-. to TWarfantsn,
iris Kit r to W lttoOara.
. howmna .. .V ' -r 1
ani tit. I ranc!
Parasols and Fans
We would ask for sptrial attention to onr
Fulton No. 3
tows of empt
Oistrlluil , sm.vg-Ffrst National Rmk of Memphis; j morrow.
."'dtl.-i -MFMPH1S AGRICULTURAL AND
The sale of Certificates will rost-
And the Committee adjourned.
M. 1). L. b-TKWAKT.Chaimtaa.
take this work and carrv it through suc
eeafhlly, as can easily be done without j
any extraordinary exertions, will be re
garded as public benefactors.
tivei.y i isKthis
No 'crtiticatt sold on
The drawing c
Thursday) at t
Ne w Memphis tl
'4" Second street.
JOTTN t:. E
rat six o'clock.
L of drawing.
km., at the 1 Ostens: 15T0,
Ineinal office. ' I-, Harliert
l .s-, Harris vs Rind: l.'jsn, Nahle and i
wife vs Goodman; 1S90, First National
Rank vs Rice, Ware A Engel: 1JMC,
Brinkley vs Pierce et al; 14S7, Porter vs
Royee; 14S7, Porter vs Green; 149o, Gann
vs Moslev; 197, Kremer vs Coekrell;
1506, Hurst vg Hartiwicke; 151 Hard
wioke vs Hurst; 1MJ, Walker Bros &
The Mary E. Foe, fro:
.-'t. Louis, passed up
The City of Vlcksbui
arriveii a; dark, dis. :uvr
ges of Tmdries, and a
lhe James Mowaru
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
i -.caret O
for ai! rs.irrts
w ii. f;
OiHce oa Cu
Ladies' Underwear Departm't
Which will he found replete with all the most desant and novi 1
lifsiens in Holies, Chfmtws, Dressing Sariine. Skirts and Drawers,
cf both foreign sui4 domestic maou&cture.
FOR FRTAR'S POINT AND BEN 1)8
rl for Pt.
Hti'bbokx Facts. Of all the reme-'
dies ever discovered for disease, none ex
ceed "Sherman's Infallible Cure for
Friar's Point. Helena and fctcuda laited
Htitien Wa-il I'wki"-
raes Lee. liastr
iruNL'Al S. WErNijSPAYS
iTf s, llg
it a rasj reioc ion n form pri-pes, can ronf.-
.utMHi iai tcretiL.'-L OcUains or uie i
S. LOWENSTEIN & BROTHERS
242 and 244 3fain St.. corner of Jefferson.
Five thocrakd remnant of dry
goods, including Irish linen, lawns anii
other dress goods for children's and
misses' dresses; also, cassimeres and
linen Jlarseilles, suitable for bov's wear.
CoLo.vel H'iksei.ky, of the Columbia
Ten.; Herald, eertainiy one of the
tiest publications of the State, is in the
,-lt: ' , Suits made at Waggoner's, 3174 Main
A most soecesefnl yoong lawyer of ! street, for $35.
the city goes to Columbia to-day. The!
A theneum Is at Columbia, and there are I Have you tried the imported wine
too many prwttv girls there, the lawyer ' and other hquore at the "Bay Horse?"
thinks, for so small a place.
-Hon, depress;, .n
j and genera debility, in th. ir ;
brms, a preventive against fe-
-ers and ague and other intermittent fe
vers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated" Elixir of!
iva," made I v Cass well, Hazard & !
Co., New York, and "sold by all drug
gists, is the best tonic for patient recov
ering from fevers or siekness. Ii
Pi MPs, 4-4t Maiu street.
Co vs Curtis et al; 1-337, Cunuinchaui vs are due from below to-dav
HoTloway vs WiTliams;; The Belfast, from the month of While
vs Carutbavs et al; h01, river for St. Loois, went up at dark
, Harris, Cochran & Co vs ( iayaao Savings j with a fair cargo.
j Institution; 1002, Schwab Co vs Co-I The t'ity of Cairo will pass down to
Uen; Ib3, Friedman Bros -s Cnlien; ! morrow for New Orleans.'
; bilii, Hearndon vs Curry: UiX, SwanJey j The regular Unitetl States mailpaelcet
vs Howard; Hi.54. Sands vs Davis; ltio2, j Phil. Allin, Captain James Lee, leaves j
i Phcnnlx Mutual Life Insurance Com- this afternoon at five- o'cloek, sharp, for
any vs iague et ai; arrieK vs j. riars Point and all the u-ni wav land- .
Kitchen; 1W0, Davis vs hite; 1607. lings. Stack Leennd Billv Gruv are her
1713, vs Buukley -s Wintler; 1715, Levy, les, leaves to-iay at twelve o'clock for
vs Rocco; 17i2, Hyatt & Co. vs Shlager Cincinnati ami " all points on the (io.
fcCo.;1742, Taylor vs Goodman; 1745. ; Captain Alt Powers has charge of the
Miller vs Green : 1750, "Weymer vs Har- j office.
ris: 17")ii, l-Yrjrueson, by next friend, vs asaa
Jones; 1773, Knapp vs Rosenbaum &
Co.: 1770, Mitchell, Hoffman & Co. vs
I'iKKio vs Lazaretto; ItioiJ, .auoni Jt.'soii onnie nnui-ters.
allina; 10S0, Laski vs Hill & Hill; ! The Louisville, Captain Ben Merit-1
$30,090 WORTH .,
.:ssi Msaaaanrt nouilim w.-Jk.
mm mm "collbsb,
No. 259 Poplar Street.
'rIIK wit slon of this IfKttntion
J. 0ii. on
lloaitay. W-ptenhrr 9t9.
- AT -
WHITE BoY-1.'. years old far wood-yard
Apply nt Jg Avery street. jyT
fl-v BOOKS-V-W worm of old Law.Modl-
J cai, Blsiuiial aiiu swhool books. Novel.
tin Second street.
of all kind
SVISKY KToi'K OWNER TO KNOW that
if preparation for murrain In rattle
lalls u. rare aii.-n is.-.i in time: nlso.
mat any ehoiir mixture will cure every caseof
i-hulic, 1( oaed as directed.
SAM J. BELL. It. P.. V.S.
M Brai ken's, 21 sieconrl street.
uionev immediately, I
rork of ail kinds at very
tWMjiu. fnion strtH-t.
ruiture, Feathers and
all kinds bought al
C BOON I-i
lOlG MOOrtB Of
H- HBSBt-Kiny hones and bngg-les to board
" fc' the Msmmotii stable, on Monroe
X- L" ilsj-iA con.! r. :tne tttr a infant colored
preferreil-al JUt labajM street. Jf
WOMAN To cook, waab aad iron for a
small private family, at No. 5S1 Hhelby
I iach. r. in cit or countrj
s a situation
"11JOMAN To go twenty-Ove mliss Into the
V? couulry to cook and wash for a finally.
No. li UNION STRKKT.
settimt niel, i
from the old
No charge tor
I Second atreet. myH)
: Johm R. Wilbon, Jackson. Tennes
Isee: John H. Thomas, L uisrilie, Keu
I tacky: K. L. Boyd, Helena, Arkansas;
j T. A. Boyd, Little Rock, Arkansas, were
registered at the Commercial Hotel yea
Sam. B. Adams and A. Myers, New
York; 8. 8. Merrill, St. Lotus; N. J.
I Baany, Columbus, Georgia; John P.
i Bates, Boston; George Denison, St.
Louis; J. B. Williams, Louisville; C.
H. Buck, Bolivar, Mississippi; C. A.
Winker and lady. Greenville, Missis
sippi, are at the Pea body Hotel.
Colonel Lot; wood said that Congress
should appropriate three millions, and
not three hundred thousand dollars, as
reported yesterday morainjr, for the pur
pose of erecting public buildings in this
eity, and that if elected to Congress his
primary purpose would be to secure this
eonceasion at the hands of the Wash-
. ington government.
Onk month' more work on the
' Memphis and Selma toad will complete
! the work grading aad erossties and
bridgtog from this city to Holly
. Spring. The greater part of this task
" has U-en thus promptly done by that
most efficient and energetic of contract
ors, Martin Kelly. General Forrest has
been most fortunate in the character of
Upper Bu t Lu k is Uie mobt popu
lar mineral-spring water on this conti
nent, because it is the best alterative and
aperient known, it is a general nre
servative of the tone of the stomach and
purity of the blood, and a powerful pre
ventive of fever and bilious complaints.
Mansfield & Hisbee, wholesale agents.
Menken Brothers have commenced j
their semi-annual remnant sale of ury
goods to-day, at prices far llow their!
real value. . 1
Physicians recommend the use of
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer i
to prevent grayneses, and to heal erup- j
tions of the scalp.
Gas Fittino, 443 Main street
Of all kinds at Thixton's bedding and
upholstery house, next Express Office.
See advertisement of Dr. Butt's "Dis
pensary, headid Book for tha Milliou
Marriage Guide, in another column. It
should be read by all
TO-DAY IS THE LAST CHANCE
TO S8TTRE A CEKTIKICATE
IN THE SECOND
4lrasl Single smhir Distrtbation
; f SaVW 1 1 KMjL-. saw aas ij
MEMPHIS AGRfCFLTTRAL AND
lOBl ILDWG I.OTS
TO-DAY IS THE LAST CHANCE
( riin.l Sialic J. umber Wislril.u. ion
MEMPHIS AGRICULTURAL AND
The sale of Certificates will posi-
WTNU to a till ana to be made from the !
Kvans: 1801, Forrest vs Stearns, Is!
i. urban & Cro. vs Walt, Johnson & Co. ;
1 M 7, Farris, use etc., vs Pape, executrix ;
182n, Newberger vs Sample, Mitchell &
Co.; 1S22, Long vs Page; 116, Mer
chants National Bank vs Johnson.
Wright, et al; 1S2J9, Robinson & Co. vs
Harwood, etal; 1841, Bradford & Co. vs
Clews, et al; 1842, Williams vs M.
and A., of Memphis; 1844, Cal
houn vs Altschule: 1853, Malone vs
Joice; 1SH0, Cogswell vs Myers;
ms! h "oraTel 'aiT m m- tivkly ci.iise tiiisevenhifir at six o'clock, j Grenadine Dress GotHbsr-Very
V , ' . '. 'i,-""' o eertihcates sold on day of drav. ing.
i,. , r- JWfr ' ifnr. T., - V; - ' ; The drawing commences to-morrow
'111:1 ocraiFoll vs H n t.T- 'inl lio- . ...
",'. r.,, j . . Itiursday al ten ociock a.m., at tne
phis am. ( harieston I UUrrwi Company v- ... MeintJiLs Tl.eatre. Princitloa.
I 345 rieconti street.
JOHN G. H-iXLENTINE, rnsiilent.
I.KON- THOCSDAt.F, S.Hrretarj-.
I'LREMPTOBT PUBLIC SA! r.
; .nd, administrator:
vs Mayor and Aldermen of
Ji.i"), "Waddell, trustee, vs
2tt:T. Twohin vs Mayor and
' -r-4 Bleached Domestic, -!
Best Make Prints,
j (ireuadine Dress tJootls, .
tirenadice Dress (oods.
Tilt? atytp O
Pants made at Waggener's, 317J TivstYatosBt
Main street, of Enirli-h, French. Ger- : v- ..-;.......
SAIsE OR EXCHANGE.
1 PLANTATION a spit
haii-luf Yalle, Mi-slsi
sale or excliamre. lr atei
i, .-..iii.-. ins- ..ere
.r..r. vr,i. lunfllt ri.-h a
. Hn.l si. rV
sir ordsr. ana iu.
ssat.lp to mark-t
Remember that to-night i
t Memphis. Barney Hui
Ms debut on Uie hoards
Memphis Theater. Tickets
1 very rapidly, and .eats be ;.
ihe )kx offii will he ore
o'otoek this morniug.
'-t ption of this gentleman 1:
wi'itf. No one is bettor
po;ulRrly known and he
man .nil imijpinan ..,!.,-!,.. f. . . i.. fin
....... HUU t.L .I- s, 1, '1 V ' , f ...
914, $16 and $18.
Certificates will iwi
iugatsixi old ou day of drawiuir.
The drawinc commences to-morrow
.' i Thursday ) at ten o'clock a.m., at the
New Memphis Theatre. Princinal office.
i 345 Soi-ondstreet
TO SECURE A CERTIFICATE
I- THE SBCOND
Grand Single Nnnitx-rMLslrlbulioB
A NICE ASSORTMENT of Hovs' ami
! Children's Clothing at Waggener's, 317
Main street, four doors south of i'eabod v
The Old Compam sells gas at two dol
lars and twenty cents per one thousand.
No charge for setting meters. Office,
291 Second street.
at nine I
or more !
has made ;
The sale of Certificates will posi
STVELY cuxse this evening at six o'elock.
So Certificates aoid on day of drawing,
rile drawiag oomutenees to-morrow
Tliursdayi at ten o'elock a.m., at the
Vew Memphis Theatre. Principal office.
ALLENTINK, PrtsH.lsnt .
Ki-A whit pointer bitch; one
1...IH, if ri-iarT.l to n Vsaos stltss t.
many most aap.jsl hits. We predict
hl- one to-niirbt will lie th- --st he has
ever ; .castrated. This has is-en pi: shed ! dullness of
ny nis men. is, who uuinx mm ea;. .i.le
' of rivaJslng, if not surpisssins many
: others, who are professionals. Ve can
assure those attending a delightful
evening, and eouirratulate Mr. Hughes
Ion the interest being manifested hy the
.it:. . 'is of Memphis in his -u s-.-- " aud
! hope the effort will meet their and his
: most sanguine hopeo. Let Memphis de
Mite an hour or so to Harney Hughes
to-niprbt. There will lie a deal of fun.
THE COXMtBCIAL HOTEL.
Suits at Wagge-
ner's for $100.
Joe Locke, 236 Main street, lias nil
the leading monthlies for July, and the
a test weeklies and dailies.
firs Qiass tenant need appl.
men-Lam tailor ox other
ss, oue-half ot Int floor oi
i Main -tri-et; His,,, svoonti
f same to a dentist or other I
mtit preferred: none but
i isAZEK CO.
TO-DAY 18 THE LAST CHANCE
TO etXTUBE A CERTIFICATE
I THB ski .KB
use, despite the i
ontinues lo do a
good business. The rtigisterahoas -haitar
that it has lost none if its former pre- j
tige; and in the goodly lists of " arri-!
v'-" may be seen names of those w ho
have stopped there " these n.au v years." I
They have " stuck by " the " Old Cqui- !
mereial Ix-cause I Us woruime-- m
every respect. Good fare and every ae-,-oinmixlation
is extended to Its guests.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
D A ie
more .is v-oo siilers can be
ed at ni.sleri.u- charjea, at
No-UaMaln atwssi. jyMj
-MID- Man and bis wife, or j
n, can be aeoommoaaied j
in a private id :nuy. Terms reasonable. No.
7ti. Martin street, .-rt-aer of Poutotoe street.
TJOARU Hooma, fo tlHsli.il v afanilsbed, j
i) iU I ward, i or !smiiles,can be bad at;
raw, at iw ataoison street. l.a -
Tbe sale of Certificate will pobi
tivel i- close this eveningatsix o'clock.
No Certificates sold on day of draw ing.
The drawing commence to-morrow
(TiiUsWdaj'j at ten o clock a.m., at the
New Meaaphis Theatre. Principal office,
ICHN O. BALLESTINK. President.
EDUCATE TOUR DAUGHTERS.
sc w-kus fcr Ito Wmiu as-ih. Onlj
fsro dollars an fifty cents pe, yr. or two
dollar for clubs ol two or mora.
XASH V1I.1.E. TENHES6EE.
-it' K. WA"1. 8KM1N ARY ha closed It '
i . wxt.lL ysar. 'Jtl pi.pl Is. The maxl-;
nn.ni mark l-.i rJ belnaWw, tl. Blast Senior
lass, 4s mem Iters, averaged MK. Tli larswst '
at, M Main
fumlsaut goods at
or cat sir
l kmn ants of dry gocxla trill be sold j
on Tuesiday, July -th, at prices far ha- .
tow their vaiusac
The undersigned ofier their entire i
stock of men's and boys' clothing and
furnishing got! at unst" price.
J. 4 L. STEINER. 288 Main street.
Economy. Take your spring clothing !
to the Steam Dyeing and Cleaning House !
(Hum dt Hanson's old stand), 246 Sec-'
ond street- HANSON A WALKER. I
Wagokseb, 3174 Main street, has the
finest merchaiit-tairoring establishment
in the city; the luges' assortment of!
goods fresh from the bands of the Im- i
J. W. S. Bbownk, 44 Main street.
Examine Arstrong's patent frame be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
ARMSTRONI.. NAIL & CO.,
360 and 362 Main street
Elko ant Dress Suits at Waggener's
from tea to .'5.
TBS Dn.y ArrBI Is served fo sltr anh
spiihers, seven Issues per week, only rwanty
flveceuts. Am blkgant uToi i. of Linens, Ini. ks
ami Marseilles Ve-itiiiijs, at WaggeiMrr'e,
3174. Main street.
The cheapest and best steam dyeing
and cleaning house in the city Is at 246
s, -ond street. Hunt dt Hanson's oid
stand Hanson fc Walker.
TO-DAY' IS THE LAST CHANCE
Tii SLCTRE A CERTIV1CATK
IN TBI sawx
(.mud IMnc-le Nnmber niatrlhallon
MEMPHLS AG RKI'LTU RAL AND
The sale of Certificates will i-osi-ri
ely I'LOSB thiseveiiiugatsix o'cloek.
No Certificates sold on day of drawiDg.
Tbe drawing commences to-morrow
Thursday at ten o'clock a.m., at the
New M. ii : - Theatre. Principal office,
more to connubial I
ful and healthy i
Mr-. W :
ilrcu's sodthlnK ren;
ildren. it fliil-
A line of beautiful lace curtains at a
sacrifice. MENKEN BROS.
. Gehtlp.men who wish to dress ele
gantly, and at the same time save
y, should go at once to Waggener's,
317 Main street. He. is doing aC. 0. D.
business no bad debts; small profits.
of Memphis; Coekrell vs Waaver:
LttM. Ander-on vs ("oieman et al: Sioo,
Ladd vs Menken Bros. ; Ut, Ijx kett
vs Pet tit A Simpson: 2Wf-, Has- v,
Thompson; iriV), Cornell v Kenneday:
3f2, Puryear vs Eider; UUTsi, Richmon
s (ireen; 2108, Goxxtwin A 'Spencer vs
Ford, administratrix; 21 is, Stciner
Br..-, vs Billvow: 2122. Hurt vs Griilin:
212:1, Price vs Griffin; 2124. Harsau vs
Griffin; 21, Hyneset al vs Bickford;
2181, Scheer vs Mount; 2182, Townsend
vs (iood: 2184. Spell man vs Cash: 2lss
Miller vs Loague et al; 21m.
8hock vs Loague et al : 2f,
Cuneo, executor, vs Rrignanlello;
22U2, Nelson vs Shelby county: 2. "..
Wooldridge, assignee. . vs Harwicke;
22! 1, City of Memphis vs Moore; 2249,
Welch ys Allen; 2261, Henderson vs
Eddius; 2289, Crisp v Vadden; 2271,
Dominie vs Brooks; 2274, Masse;
Musso, jr.: 227 Thorpe vs !..; '',
Brooks v Rldout; 22W, Anderson v.
Apperson; 22-S7, Happek vs Major and'
imen of Memphis; Trow
bridge vs Tomeny et al; 22H1, Bugher
vs McGasory; 2345, Antrum k Sweep
vs Tomeny et ai; 234t Wiekt-rshani A
2:2, H., vs Johnson; Pearson vwSwan;
2:117, Harris vs Brieu; 2:185, Watson vs
-s in et al; 241o, Cahill vs Herman;
2412. Duer vs Smith et al; 2423, Haugh
touadur vs Herron, executor; 2427, Par
ker Bros, vs Ha ugh ton, Perkins & Co.
et al; 2428, Ihmsmore et al vs Hes
sig; 242R, Dunsmore et al vs
Myers; 24-''.4, Monsseaur, admin
istrator, vs Maydwell, administrat. r:
2446, MeKinevay vs Wolcott, Smith A
-477, E:rgers vs Clark A wife; 2482,
Mines vs Memphis and Ohio Railroad;
5583, City of Memphis vs Hartley & Gui lty;
2-"i.'6, City of Memj this vs Piadagio;
2537. Citv of Memphis vs Montidomico;
2537; City of Memphis vs Sardeno; 2555,
Drucker & Co vs Kaufman; 255, Moody
vs city of Memphis; 25?, Kelley vs
K i:l ley; 26M, Wargener vs Warwfcke;
2611, Me Davitt vs Montgomery; 2612,
Mead vs Barbour; 2H15, McDavitt vs
omen-; 2651, City of Memphis vs
'i, City of Memphis vs
: 2666, (ity of Memphis vs Cal
'74, City of Memphis vs Gaiuor,
huiniond. Foster cfc Co vs Feld-
Attend Robertstin's Business College.
colors and styles, at
nd bows, ail
CN BRi IS.
Driven-Weei-s, 448 Main street.
Owing to a contemplated change in
our business, we offer our stock of men's
and boys' clothing and furnishing goods
at cost. This is no humbug.
J. & L. STEINER,
288 Main street, corner Madison.
Memphis steam lyet
incut, ui -mui son ,m--i.
In IMiiea' Hose lOe a Pair.
AIsms at ia sn 39 cents.
High-cut l.;,dles' Buluioral
t'lolh Shoes st 2 3.1.
Do. Misses .Siloes at from si lo 9:J.
I-m-JI.-s" Suits, $3 50.
Ladies Suits, 84 00.
;e pleasure in tiTiUne buyers toour
itaalti of BuildiDa Im'a wia. U
THLRHOAY, JI LY M i..
when will he offered, without reserve, to the
Tew Lata oa Both Sides or Poatolor St.,
Itnmefl lately east of those late'r snld
by Messrs. Donooo a Balkle-. for Mrs.
shepherd, north nd close vicinity ot stc
Agues Academy. syf-Tlie .'eutral icsaiity of
this 'rorH.ny. perfect title, easy terms, ani no
limit a to price, an- ftsalm s hi ttot sale to
which weairect tha special notice of
ot liroruth inaiiBctivu
it full Inforr-iatlon In re-
..f in.trn .rion.
turns. - V , -in f
.id mesluls snu DrL
- of the bookstores, or by
KH i ARKOLL, AJ..
PARK AVENUE ACADEMY,
BoystiT. Trezetant A i o t net
J. FI.AHtltTY. P. J. Ai ARLEi
J. J. SPLLIVAJt
The ,.' '..- a,
ris sol. I nt irr
Boys' ClxiTHTNd at cost, 2bb Main st
Nas m Haiu street, M ecaphis. Testa.
Go to Leddin's Bttsie-as (MWl.
Thos. Cubbins, bricklayer, 234 Main
Armstrong's Photographic Gallery,
No. 211 Main street. Three faultless
nem pictures for fifty coots.
PRICES TO SOT THE TLKES.
B lit) 1 1 1UT"i U
redaeed prices. A Is
lir-sKIS ami TIES -,
TE are now offering our lame .seortre.ent
ition iACES an.l l-.M-SS,
o, H VI-N BONNETS,
so by the latter part ol
f bargains will do srell fo
No. 813 Main street."
Ori in Memphis axi Vt.
Notice to Contractors.
BIDH wilt be r.-cei
Julv IStfe tar bi
sand and gravel frora
nvrr 'xcmttt- ot
t-nTn t1i snr!- haropi
l.rowjirem. .. - .
rnnnr lnro. saas i
jyT A.s. LIV
1 hiherty, Parley & Sulliv in,
"KTo. 31-7 SBCONU
( an iajri-s aad Furniture Cars for Hire.
Physi. lanoi Fif
Nrvks Faij s.
Boll ui liiiioiish Sprifiss.
BALtL. WLLL UK t.I EN ilY THB I IT'..
z.-ns of Raleigh at the Court Hall, on
Thursday Krenlaa-, July llth. t7i
Au ezcelleni in 1 music l.as :.een ena:fc:.-d
lor the MieasKH! , antl .iaoeiun will commence
at i o'c.ock.
aLAa-Ir. Cr. K. Duncan, J. M. Cols-
man, o. r. i.unenn, virg"! Kawlinga
looiniis i. ia; lor.
'HE ANNUAL MEETING
bolder of the
of the ock-
aW"Nonh. r r. iu. dy ofTars so ataiiy inur..
it aasMs, mtmw Msaapaiei
I Si.u-le.tou Rail rs sat.
ehool will be
verslty of Vir
I a Cow Mr. w.
, Radford i ...
COLUMBIA FEMALE LH8T1TUTE,
The FA LI. TERM wBl coram e d ce ou
.Hob day. the 3d day of September, 172.
sar- For Circulars, etc., address
Ber. i ;Eu : ' . K BECKETT,
jyS fuinnibia. T-naease.-.
One of the steamers of this tl -t-class Hue
la! t: more
l all tbe
, or inrthei
l field vs
Ttite et al
St;; Lhr. Sherman's card,
i;.' a safe and reliable are
i A Frot; 2.--04, Taller
Krowning; d: Co vs Jones Bros: ;N s.
ro; iToo, Uox vs
srs vs Williams;
b; 2777, Taffe vs
m Lanrbnl: 27 So
; 78 Me
y: i8S8, MM
. Tenn. rs Partee;
talj JT'-.;. Parker
o; 2795, Kiycau-
Henry vs liaii-
vs Sexton; 280.'.,
Memphis antl Vicksbiinr itnilroad (a.
ass a ag mssyf.'.vr ai
will be held at the office of the Companjr on
Friday, 9ta Day of Aniritst, 172,
1 . i"aaag .y
at 13 o'clock m.,at wLi.-li . -n n ekctloa '
will be held for PI recto: t .'or ! he en :;:-.- . .ir.
J AS. J AOKSOJC, UC
UA-,,. r. ...si;,
BY order of the Board, this bDk-ill.on !
and after laajn Maja H saseafcaatsss a !
dividend of o per cent, out of tbe net eamlnss
J? s. P. UEAP, Ca-shier. j
Memphis Industrial Exposition.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
ROPus.VI.ss will be received until Tht
a nml . ,-siern s-ates. For pa
informatiaii apply to
ON tUO A UlLKLtr.
senetai SsniUi. .stern Aayeata,
J. B. -at:.sMA sv ( o., tr--r
J. J. QAXiR. WlK!esalp an J R
8iwjji fur -."enorai Agent frr
H!fd St btwt. Send f'-rrironlr. HTf. Jjfl
ONE HUNDRED LOTS
Jai fcson, Kilpatrick & Henderson,
I oince of
' isow stre
Imporars and Dm
A. j.i vt of striped and
riu lawns, suitabla for
1'ors, ai ;le lorme.
ijii and Marseilles
got to; ..atAi.
; 1?I74, Dunn vs
Liller vs AVait & '
COARSE. 13 D FLNE S.UiT
Vlaw, TVKK-N I-itA?.! "Ills-.
5 Committee reserve the rigiv'. Of
he Builciina 1 oramittee.
at. BTKKK. Vbainnau.
'H KtTf, fsecreUiry. , J;-7
lvc. 4. 4H and BO
ew Or I sans. La.
j-.st.si, i'ajr, Via.
eU, ali sixes. s
X. -ion of
r--1. ! m
the line of
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I)LTAi, NOTICE REMOVAL
uti-ri to ilo Ujiesr
.w . a,t vrkasas I aany Savo io spot.
fir-11. i-isasoie sanfej
tax... i M .il sell ..11
ust fliiished laying off s
my home place, on th.
.Mttside of the eiJrHiri
r i.b" street ears, asssr 01
FiRNHiBTS FREfefi TOOTH
AKOVKi. nnd pieianl dtnlrtaea, tbe Oasat
tD tbe world io cleaning, oeauuty ui and
utaarvlC4 tiie ueth. iatlorstsi by amJacnt
O. C. WARI dt 13RO., 2 Mala street.
(i. W. JOStr! ( ).. aw Main
TaSrJ. li. v. ASSO.V l. a- lnsxod. tleaidBe 1
17 and ini f-w Jfo. vtonroe street, corner
Second. Jus j
301 and SU3 Kaiai strreri.