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THE MEMPHIS SUNDAY APPEAL.
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MEMPHIS, TESTISr., SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1872.
VOL. 32.-3STO. Q1Q
Lrtind IYenarations fur the Race
eknekurf Next Week.
Cl.kvu. vxo. Ohio. July IX In the
race to cbrm. oft" next week In ibis citv
one humlm! aud twenty-flve entries
tiaw- alretttly len made. Am 'His liie
utore celebrated iiorw- arrived are Rosa-
llud. owned by H. S. rmitb of evriinen, and
York; Derby and Dextrcm, owned by
Mws.srs. Liusiirii or Butts n: Jav C ooke,
owned by Budtl Doble
Eliu. owned by
John, Bed Cloud,
y, Case -
tie Ifciv, Oiiio
nr. wade i
many other. The fa -
ioidsniiih Maid, Lucy
irl have arrived. There
nud American (
ait a large numt-er oi running boraes. . wiui a cane. hm K turned on mm. sot
and these race promise to be hotly con- j the cane, and struck a blow with It at
teataJ and exciting. Among the horse Xcvina. Two police office, who had
bate whose record in down among the I stood by all this time, now took the par
forties are Tom. Boxtoa, Nelly, Bosh, ties to the statlnnhouae. This occurred
Vashti, Mollie 1 osier, Starwater, Lady In the most public place of the most
Fairfield, iierrinser. Boroanoe, Bed public street in the city.
Horse, Moilie Cad, Kichanl Aragent, I J J
Jim Conner, Sabine. Sal lie Newton, utm n .,
Ruber (. a - i igaroonand ellier. , mTH W1
fc&mUNCa aeiM -BaeU
mad a quarter
n.iratik.a, .luly 1.;. Basse tt won the
-weepatakes, mile and a quarter dash,
iatiiig three horx-s. Littleton and
Victoria were a lie for the second place.
liassett B time, J:H-; .
mile and thr
year olds. Kl
- iiieiy i.y ii
' nd, aud CV.ra
1 Lie f.iurlb 1
t weeu King
lance one 111
Fadladen by t
luarters, lieating eight
aii-mii. dah for two-
n starti d. Won hand-
.jit. .juiLf.iuf( m-
iii.r ihinfi Tim.. fUil
was a time race be-
King Fii-her beat
length, in 1 :4SJ.
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G RLE LEI AT HOME.
( hapiaua In. aded- Large Gatheriag
-babtaiiUal Hospitality-A Walk
Over the Far at Speeches. Etc.
t HAi'i'Avit A, July It. The assem
blage of the Democratic (Vimmittee aud
"iheraun the farm of Horace Greeley,
to-day. was merely a social satherinir.
- piciii. i.rele '-onducted various
delegates over bis farm m the forenoon.
and described all peculiarities. A boun- I who Anight so -v igorously on Jefferson
Mfui .hnn-r as served at one o'clock, (street will he sent to jail to-morrow; and
after which I i reeley addressed tlie meet- ! the boys who were sentence i by Judge
ins, ounaihttng of about five hundred Flippiu will go to the penitentiary next
people. He said it was a social gather- I week.
nig, having no other purpose than con- j Four dogs, which were thought to be
irregatbag for pleasure. There were I very mad, were shot up in Chelsea yes
tricude from home, from tar and near, terday.
aisi be wished they would frequently A very energetic fight usk place be
visit him at his farm. j tweeu two negroes at the soutiiern end
enaior;iveii made a short speech. I of Main street iast night. They butted
in which he eulogized the future Presi-,
lent, and strongly advocated a close and '
e .'eriastin e alliance t iet ween the Demo-:
rau and Liberal RepubUcans, a thei
.lily means of salvation for the country. I
Judge Beasan, of Texas, was the next j
He dwell at some lencth on I
ty of Greeley, and in bitter'
f.nsuuirt denounced Genera Oran;,
whom he hara tenr.e-1 as usele.t, dis
boaeex aud corrupt, end called on every
man from Maine to Texas to rally round
Greetey, who wae honest, straight-forward,
aud more than competent to gov
ern this great country. Three cheers
were then given for Horace Greeley, the
Democrats ami Liberal Republicans.
Neither Mr. Doolittie nor Mr. Hcheli
were present, and theartair, from begin
ning to end, was exceedingly quiet.
Nat one-halt of the members of the Bal
timore Committee were resent. Hev
eraj proiniueut New Yorkers attended,
together with a good many Southern
Democrats, who were warm in then: ex
.iresaaBtxs aa to supporting Greelev in
ts niing camitaicn, snd
r.r, ,,.i,it,- ,., tl.i. . ..tit. en Ul.tJ .
arse imyonties in Uie tMiuthern Mates.
.ui.iiii am kiii.ii, tin. t ontiML .Mi; 1
THE STOKES TRIAL.
Argiuueat of Coansel Closed Judge In
rrahaia's Charge to the Jury Hu
mors of the H' -nil.
- taer. n. ae a i some leugui on esU(Wish themselves in business In Mem
tlielHMies.v of i. reeley. and m bitter ..ut- ...ji
v- .... .. j , , , , , hood down there will he the beadquar-
N.t Uinbi July la .-Judge logra- j ijy, 0f cotton and groceries after a time.
liMn.in his rharee to the jury m the tf thjs ttH up eoutinues.
stokes ca-e Uday. rcMeweti the evi-! umners are 371 and Main
tieuoe for tlie prostn-ut; 'ii autl tlefense. i
oncliidittt: as follow: "If you believe, i
whei the iMisoner tired and imUcted the soireTHixo NrS von mi: Accov.mo
mortaJ wound, be f.-aml great bodUy I PATIOn or the CiTtf:.vs of Mkmihis.
nann ordangei to bis life, and that there j propose to furnish elegant private
s.a-.i-.ng.T of n iwiit a compli-heii .1"; : ria,ms for those wishi: lg to cfftie a( the
nv asjusuhed in bis act and you will find l Continental Restaurant, at the low rate
:.eBiB. If you do not believe the i of flft. r meaI
t was juatifiaiMc, and that it was done ' w.'w. kinhdon. i-roprletor
in thesuddeu heat of iaasion. and with- j w
..ft any pretious intent to kill, or that Read Southern Palaceadvertisement.
the prisoner might have avoided the .
lift by retreaiinc from the danger. - .. . ... , , A
vou "ill lin.i loin ,!lv of ma..,l..l,. '
ter in tb third deirree. If vou holiave i
Uiat tlie wounds inUicted were not
mortal, and that it waa tlie treat
ment which canned death, then you
must ac iuit him: but if you find he waa
not justified !fore the shooting, he
having a premeditated design to take
life, Whether such design was formed be
loreor after arriving al the hotel, and
that the wound so given caused the
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i. .l - ti e i.L e , T., VIV I iol"to thos German corsets which
lf' .1 ffL at half-iaat ; , f( d , ,h Breast pro-
iv- vuwlf.' "?T ,,,wUwrU.wrt'tector.ud shoulder braces, ms Main
tie o'clock to ask for ail trf r isk s cloth- .!,, , . .j ..n '
request was granted. At I
vere sent for, and there
ins no Tt.M,s.t of their agreeiu-. the
court took a recess until half-past ten
this morning, it ia understood that
eight of the jury are for murder in the
first degree and four for manslaughter in
the third degree.
CASUAL AND CRIMINAL.
Pjni-AL.KLriiiA, July 15. A child
, ;stering the description of Freddie
Idb, Wbo was stolen from 'iuincy, llli
nobr, more than a year ago, was aeen
with a traveling musician at Columbia,
last week and went from Marietta to
Kurtzc's tannery, at Mount Joy. was
burned this morning. Ix.sa thirty thou
fVs ii iri n, .1 utv IS. Yesterday after
noon W. Klbert Mclaughlin, iu a state
of delirium, allot and killed his step
mother at the home of his father, a no
torious place known as the Break o'
ig man also in
un his keeper.
town during the
Urn, and refused
our lahucr to it.-.,,, kl lMMlt.
Ai.kvamKIA, FxiviT, July 13. A
disgraceful afrnyr ttccorred here yester
tlay, between I nio-i States Consul
General Busier and Wadley, bis sec
retary, ou Uie one part, aud Generals
Loring and Reynolda and AlajorCamp
Is ll, ex-tnl)derat4 ill the Khedive's
service, on the other part, bhot were
e changed aud Major Caiiitheil waa
uouudetl. Tin aihur creates great ex
citemeuu There are various accounts.
Huiier'r plea, iu jusiificatiou of the im
broglio, is that the Khedive' officers
Made a premeditated attempt to assassi
nate Idic. ( uht-r iiidigiianllv deny lb is
sUtUMiieiil, and a--erl that Butler was
I ire S. v. rsl Uw
Irrrworr. July I A, A diaaatrou fire
oorarrvd at Alpena, sfMhitran, last
r.iirht, tbw loasew s(frt-)fating one han
tlreal tiod rifty thoumnd dollars. No
mill at laanhar wet destroyed. It la
i.iinortd that several livt-s were lost.
TliaWlowiiipare ainouv ihe lmildina
l.urni: Hhermaii House, Barrel House,
I nion Hotel. Huron House, Raffle Ho
lel, Goodrich jewelry utore, Dow 4
Goodnow (feneral atore, PoOe Brt.'
Iiardware store, V. C lA'hitaey'a drugj
tinea, A. Aitfrapaoh dry good aloes, A.
w .r w. m ' - - ;
furoltora .tor, th County 1 lark rfios,
AlKert PackM reatdeno atvd offla. and 1
L iVjwwr Jt C o. 'a Kroaary- iora, AHor
avu. itaTtiiny-iious.' ana rssKwss, 1
lor. Which reimst w ,- ratitetl t.uro, uUK3ai. ant. tct.,
"A Reporter Called to Account for
Peedi of the Pencil A Britk
Rencontre, and the
IX Juaiati L.
t Kret k
er of the
i Eiujuirt r, had an
encounter with Usui
i ami caues on
Fourth and Vine street
Krevk took ofTeuw: at an article
; wntlen by evtns concerning him,
j which aitearel m the JEngttSrcr last
1 Hunday jnorning. Meeting Neviua on
; the street this afternoon, K reek t.k
h ild of hU i -oat collar, and asked hiiu if
he wrote the article. Xeviua said yea.
An officer discovered a revolver in Xe-
1 vitis'e right hand, and took It away
! from him, when Kreck struck Xevins !
in the face. Nevins then struck Kreek
A Few Kpprinseas or the Small Inlqnttr
Frederick Wood. wiu
i out bail by Recorder 'Win
I tnomiug.' Fred in nectisci
, , i
horse from Mr
1 near FJmwood Cemetery
i A lonely young female
s in the distance.
married two w.-oks
from the rural districts
i in search of her husband, wh
saivcij uri .
I A svrlskra.t u iitiiqn nnTi .tfsl f u rv- Tqrlnp
went to the resilience of Mr. 1. -H. t,ris-
; 1111 1.1, 1 . 1 v K. . ov.ul nwuius.
Having secured a bundle of clothing, , rI"7!t ult T Yii r . , T
she took them to her apartments in"f wisdom: also, the seven stars which
" TT ... r. . i la nna at iinr tii , s.t i rtt r-.rt-a ti t umKlnma
Bed am block, aud stowed t hem care-
fully away in her trunk previous to h.-r
departure" for Germautowu. She is in
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A tucking individual, ot the name oi
John Tucking- as -aught bv the police
tugging at the wa.ch-c.hain of a gentle-
man who was lsi.-nius to tlie siK-eches
;,(v.ri.,.n,i,MH.i .i,i t.wi
is now tucking himself up in in.il. not
I'ClIig UOie l 1 1MOCUIC .lIHI-lUtll 111 IIICT
sum of five thousand dollars. The Re- i
order did it. He also sent Pat J
and five cents out of John
: till, on triuit street. Xlie two
each other's skulls until
they would crack.
it was ihought
MESSRS. SLEDtiE ft McK AT.
Mwgr sledK() a- McKav are alswt
i in n, m (.1, 1 1 i , i. i v " . . au.i uni
men. me two stores in the Jack-on
Biock, next G'ayoso street, are now tin-
dergoiug a system of repairs aud changes
which will make them fit for the heavy
' purposes designed, and will be opened
! for business on the fifteenth of August.
Their card is published on our front
page. The cotton man of the firm Mr.
SleKay has been in the Imsiness twen-
ty-flve years, and knows all about It.
Mr. N. R. Sledge is an old citizen of
' Panola county. Mississippi, where be
j did a large business, and had business
' affiliations with the first merchants in
j Memphis, and notably with Messrs.
1 Ford, Porter Co. The lirm is solid,
full of energy and business tact. They
1 will slsrt out in Mt".iit:his' with h rlntt
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euw tiwu-ec aiitt a met. ciw.se luiua'iiuu.
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this valuable acquisition to her proverbi- i)dd Fellowship. The ash is an emblem
. ally rapid business community. The 1 (,f grandirre, M hich reminds us of the
third meml-er of the firm is Mr. Wil-1 grandure that Is displayed by the teach
liam M. Sledge, late of Texas. The gro- fugs of our order -on our every hand,
eery and cotton business will be the from the moment vou pass its threshold
j work of these gentlemen, hi which we and advance step ty step through all its
predict they will do a great trade. It gradations, til! we arrive at the top
' will be the first large house of the char- j round of the ladder we are struck with
tacter on Main street. That neighbor-!
I i i . . e. m . v.
. 1 n.r- itoojTswt . u-, insut wuu
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at the Southern Hoopskirt Mam
3 Main street. Also the foldin
The real French corsets, long and short,
embroidered and plain, with side steel, :
I nursing corsets, Mine. Foy's invalid cor-
l, wiseau s corsets, tour airrereui styles, l
Theae fine corsets are favorably known
to thousands of ladies, botl
and hero, and are in
Ri: al Southern Palace advertisement.
Prominent among the pent
branch offices ol renowned institution)
which f'.ail.T Memphis, we would notict
that of the Philadelphia Ballevue Insti
tute, for the treatment of ail diseases
This office ia in charge of Dr. BramhaU,
at 4'2 North Court street, whose cures a)
chronic and malignant disease are mar
velous. Rkaa (southern Palace advertisement.
JOKES BAHSEV, iJ.
It ia Uie wLsh of your fellow-we
of the city of Memphis that
i.ounce yourself a candidate far tr
Hature. Please let us have your
views on the following questions:
First Are you in (iavor of a median
ic'a lien lav.
Second Are you in favo
of the eight months stay 1
Third Are you in favor
convict labor inside of the
Please answer. Your
Tin. unrivaled new agent, Joe Lueke,')11
receiveI the CAtmify C'vrncr yts-terday, l?
tl.ltt here TleKl Tlle-.lit tl.iK .'lUlntteintr si V
all competltora; and litis morn
counter will lie found loaded u
latest aud best from ali parto
country. For a good selection
Joe's, k Alain street: he al way
ttie best stook of any dealer in tl
and sella his goods at a living pr
Com I'KlXKTt to cl ata out oar present
stock, we otter clothing and c. V ft,,,
r.ishing good at lea than coat, lawan
dusters one dollar, at J. U Hteiner'a
: Main, corner Madison street.
J. C. Eyrich, SsM Main atreet, re
ceived the Chimney Chrner and irVnr-U-y
Magxtinr last eveniuu tWr TifKl week.
G to him Budget your Sunday readin;.
Mt ssrs. s. Tnube. M. Morris. M. i?iaor, .
stttstMirsxr, A. Wnlfenstera, ad athur
Okktsv-We are highly ludehteti to
you for the liberal amount tendered the
rtmKrejcation of the Beth KL Emeth. as
pToeaad realinsj i,y the
ai men iast annual p
eft., 1 is and the energy
never weary until we
erei'tmg a nae or w.
HARK "ili i n
Ulti iney who wist, to drea
puut, t .ivt ti tuv tsutr liniv Save
motwy , should go at one to Wamtensr'i
17 katn rtraet H U dotnglT O V.
tiiMtnews -no had dew; aial) nroflls
youi. f iiei.tre!t
now far .l.U
' Commute, j
TIIK D.AABIKI tAMM.
Emblematic Blair ef aa Old a
lluusrod IMil trlltw Ulltr r
.f. l. Danbury
p. ;. tt.,
ut you with this
jdd in several re-
npet;1t wto cut from it native forest
by an Old-Fellow, given to an Odd - Fol -
low Mn tti rough stay m lin otjd pjace,
inreei. ty ing mt aunt
e the clouds on
the hip of liOokout
battlefleW and by
received It In Its
ti.iishwl ui lathia
Mouutaln, ton the
lie Odd-Fellow who
ouch state it was
old btvle; and odd
it is herewith returned to the
( )dd -Fellow wlro car it. You will per-
ceive the head is composed q gold
silver snd wood. The gold and silver shot. At two o'clock that night It wais
represent purity: they have been tried considered a sort of miracle that he was
In the fire ami" fount! pure. The bulb or ' still breathing. Finally it became com
bell of the heart represents the earth, : mon to hear people say that he was
and reminds m of toe extensive field of ' alive, the oddity of the thing wore out,
our labor. The belt of gold around the
tinfl represents i
lieriod when rh
luge shall be bi
woes of this wo
ir tieloved Order, which
th, snd under its
I soon witness that
hains of human bon-
;en and the tears and
Id shall tve submerged
in the healing tide that shall flow from
the fountain at benevolenee and truth,
The three links on the gold lielt repre-
ent men'isnip. ijove ano irutu, wnicn
is the irol'ien chain which shall bind all
i the nations of the earth in one common
'Km' ' iTOtherly love. On the top of
1 the head vou vill ee a Pa-t Grand Va-
' i trlorv.ti'a i. Irio n.mln.llii
fl,,. ..arfinl.lv th Pm tri.: pnt.nT Krsnnli
of the Order has -hown you by elevating
vou to the highest onVe in its gift.
' VrrtJ wi" IcrceiTe that the lower part of
' tbt h' d is formed into seven squares,
heseven primary virtueeof
lowshlp, vir: Friendeliip, Ixive,
Honor. Protiitv, Temperance,
Cha-titv. The seven strips of gold
form the corners of the squares.
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i r rerninds us that, like
j thenars m their orbit, we are to move
on in our mission of love, till misfortune
h.Q nn Ti'B.i t u In rn 1 1 i'.i nfifl ,rT-rtTr Tin
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Wrs to . ,1r- ,eeJB, lurffl re
nVXm e'm aaTbeeh
, -'a?' ?eaaT' muioerry, e.m. &sn, oeeen,
;nd dogwood: tne tmy of the cane
hickory, makes eight kinds of
all, which represents the Ave
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rabord.Mte and three Encampment de-
srees. tLan piece ot wooa has an em
blematic meaning, which I wll! explain :
The oak is an emWem of hospitality.
Hospitalitv is a leading feature la our
Order, aui strictly taught in the lessons
of Md-Fellowship. And what better
emblem could be selected to represent
our Orrfer than the sturdv old oak, as it
rears its majestic head above the forest,
and, like our Order, bids defiance to all
opposition, and successfully withstands
the fury of the tempest that seeks it
overthrow, jteacefully and' quietly
stretching not it friendly branches, la
! viting the friendless and weary to rent
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laid m this s.iiare remind us of the rude
habitation of the patriarchs; they lived
in tents, and practiced hospitality in its
truest sense. It is the duty of the true
Otld-Feilow to follow their example.
Tlie cedar ia an emblem of strength,
and rcrninih us of the common maxim
that In "union there1 Is strength," and
in order to accomplish the great mis
sion of our Order, we must he closely
united in the bonds of brotherly love,
that we may be able to carry out the
grt?at object that is before u. Mulberry
rereseiits Wbdra and was selected to
fill this square, to remind us of th
great wisdom displayed by tlie founder
f our order. Thev showed thsir wis-
naking the word of God their
on stone, ar.d selecting the
lat gioat book of books an the
se from which nil our principles
ed. The elm signifies dignity,
a fit emblem to be placed in
lblnation aa a true type of the
r of or Order." Human
v has vet to invent or
I Bible It
' which Ii
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OeVlSC 3 SOClelV WHle IUIUUU1XT eaBBWa
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admiration and asto"ifihment at the
grandure of it construction.
The lieech represents prosperity, and
Is therefore a true emblem of the pro
gress of our order. The beech will grow
aud prosper in the poorest soil, under
the most adverse circumstances, it will
force its way up through the surrounding
f irest, taking a leading place In its beau
ties. Poisonous weeds will not grow be
neath the shade of the beech, and
it is said that the lightning has
never been known to; strike a beech:
therefore the fitness of this emblem.
The withering touch of the deetroyer
lias never caused our order to lose a sin
gle step in its onward march to perfec
tion. But, like the beech, it was planted
in poor soil, indeed, when the five hum
ble brothers met in the city of Balti
tn'ire, fifty -three years ago, and spoke
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows
into existence. It has gradually forced
its way up through ail opposition, till
now we count our members by hundreds
of thousands and our treasury by mil-
l'rosierity nas crowned oar every
the dogwood, which forms the
lastst.uare in this combination. Is the
emblem of Friendship. Friendship is
the first word used in explaining the
motto of our order, and becomea a cardi
I nal virtue in all our doctrine. It ia
iu all iu f
the em! it:
ward our fellow man that
I us in our war against vice
.s, and has led us on to vlc
idy of the cane is hickory,
Glo-y ; this Is also another
exact emblem of the true virtue of our
order, for what society ever succeeded so
gloriously? Look at our past history.
Have we not, indeed, been a conquering
array, and our hosts still marching on
to conquest an 1 to victory, breaking
down every barrier and surmounting
every difficulty, with banners fluttering
in trie breeze of nultlic opinion and ap
proval, respected and honored by the
entire civilised world ? I this not glory
The body of the cane contain twelve
knots, which exactly- spell the name
of my worthy friend John D. Dan
bury. You wHl also perceive that thla odd
and curious cane is composed of twenty
five parts, which corresponds with the
number of years that has elapaed since
you and t were admitted members of
the Grand Lodge t i eiinessee, which 1
will explain. In the top of the head the
P. G. P.'s jfwel, the bulb, the bed of
gold, the three links (,0 the belt, and
the silver cent, make seven in number.
The seven sti ipa of gold which form th
corners, the seven pieces of wood in the
squares, make fourteen, which, being
added together, make twenty-one. The
land at the top of the body of the
rhicb secures the head, the body
ai.e, the ferrule, and the steel
make four, which, ail being
: oane, i
added to-gether, make exactly twenty
five. You will also notice that the P.
O. P.'s jewel, the belt around the bulb,
and the seven strips that form the cor
ner of the squares, make nine pieces of
gold, which represent the number of
letters that it requires to designate your
I'ast Official litl'-s, viz. : J. G. H., f.
(J. 1'., V
G. M., whkdi shows that the
renneissee has justly conferred
1 the honors in ita gift,
it Lhiacaue, honing that it may
and support Ui you in declin
ing years, and that you tuny live long to
enjoy it, sad to enjoy tlie honors that
have ts?en heaped on you as an Odd
Fellow. 1 believe 1 apeak the senti
ment of the entire brotherhood iu this
Jurisdiction tn raying that you justly
deserve ali tlie honors you have ever re
ceived, 'i ours in F. L.. aud T.,
o. n. p. KEiioiLN, r. a. p.
TO l HE Pt BIJC.
fn uiiM-fr to a call, siumtd hv a lanre
number of cirUons, I hereby announce
inyarlf as a candidate for the Legislature
(V.'.n. fl.i MtV ll).MW.f id fl... .llVt.Inn r.t
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tlie primary election. If nominated and '
elewh'd. I pledge mv support and Influ- I
ei.ee to measures that will benefit the :
mechanic, laborer, business man, and
Hi ganwrai woffiui unity, itaepwct fully,
. AV. JaAIasa.
ATT-gTTD fha gjaat ln&,( aht
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THE IMIL&THI TIBLrlH.
IB atJawMS Anatomically
The unfortunate person, Mike M&
P. u. P. and P. A At.: J lowuey, who was shot through the head
itro and Brother j Thursday night, still lives aud flourishes.
The ball went straight through the head,
passing in at the back aud cumins out
t at the forehead. About
ten ounces o.
1 brain ooaed out after it.
Mike did not
toroidal n much. iCvervone thuusht be
wa dead the momeut Le fell over, after
receiving the shot, and when everyone
fouud he was still living, the con tiileut
expectation was indulged that be would
die in five minute, but he didn't. He
lived ten minutes aud appeared to be
better. It was announced that he was
1 9tju Urins an hour after the very fatal
and folks begun to think it might not be
' such a wonder after all to see men live
who were shot through the head
Tlia brain, the heart, and the lungs
are called the tripod of life. Many
persons who have been shot In the lungh
hare recovered, and it is a mntter of
record that a ram-rod was shot through
a soldiers head at the battle of Perry -
! rille without producing any but a slight
lu.-onvenience. mi person was iijiiiisrni
not to have his brains in the proper
ploce. It was said that ir he had Been
shot In the tomaeh In that way, he
would certainly die. The recovery" of
Mr. Malowny cannot be accounted for
on any swh hypothesis. He has shown
that hi brains were inside his skull,
because he said he would note for Jack
l Doyle. Moreover. ;
recovered from hi-
yesterday, when he
stupor, a menn
a ked bim how he frit, he answered,
"Pretty rough, I'm a hungry ash 1;
let me have some milk with a stick in
it." If that is not a sound t et of brains.
what can be. That was the language of
a man Of extraordinary good sense and
vigorous understanding. He is a type of
the Democracy. Neither builets nor
battle-axes, nor fine speeches can kill it.
After every severe trial they come back
naturally to their milk, with a stick iu
it, and won't have any Tom Foley por
ridge nor Cnrry sulphur-water In theirs.
For ten years and a-halfall the bad men
in the county have been trying to kill
the Democrats. This last diabolical at
tempt, like tlie others, will prove a fail
ure. Mike Malowney says he has brains
enough left to do two reasonable men,
and he will be strong enough in a week
to whin any man in the county. In this
he is like our friend Jack Doyle, who,
though he has not the support of a few
reneead' no-account Deroo 'rats, has yet
' strensth enoush to whip anv man in the
Reap Southern Palace advertisement.
Fa ewti inw Irani pablte Barries.
not in the
Appkal Colonel Tom
he will so manage his
to make money, and
intercut of rings. Then
be transported from Mem
phis without the expensive process of
repressing and redraying, to which the
producers are now subjected, as cheaply
as with this costly preceas; or, if this
cannot be, then the interior town, like
Grenada, and even the plantations, will
be allowed the same deduction in freight
after compressing now conceded to
Memphis and other favored lowY.s. At
tbia time, and heretofore, the railroad j
charged seven dollars and fifty cents per j
ba'a i not seven dollars aud twenty -eeven I
ecnta, aa you published), from Grenada i
tn New York ; while only four dollars per
compressed bale 1 cnargeu from Mobile
V raiiroad ( which you omitted in said
article. What's the matter? Which
is right? We aak the railroads to an
swer. Either the interior towns, or, if I
practicable, the plantations, must be al- j
lowed tlie profit of compression, or the I
cities. We again call on the planters
and interior editor to give tins wrong
no rest. May not Huntdville as well as
Memphis compress cotton? R. s. a.
Rhad Southern Palace advertisement.
Rrmnaxts of dry goods, at
A A1PAH. FH.HT.
The fates, reside lanwn. and tbe Cwl
red aistertaewd r ran tic.
Jeatrwan at reel Prodnesa I
Is tic Sensation.
Vt-sterday the people of Jefferson street
were in ecstaeie for the space of half an
nour. me curious scrip 01 ennoune
which is stretchea across the street from
the G. G. to G. B, with the word
"Union " printed upon it, got turned up
side down, ao that none but a very let
tered person could read it. Two colored
women wno had come to town on a sort
of spree, one intensely black and tbe
other tnelined to be fair, but both well
ehlgnoned and humped, got under th
queer barber' cloth and had a dispute
about It One said it meant " washing
done here," the other insisted it meant
" dry nurse." The dispute grew loud
and angry, and a fight was inaugurated.
The first damage done was the scatter
ing of the chignons to the winds. A
rowd gathered and formed a ring, all
I .ent on seeing fair play and keeping out
the police. Tbe boys from the windows
of the G. G. took sides in the fight and
named their respective favorites
Grant and Greeley. When the
hair was all gone the wool com
menced to fly. The excitement was
great and betting was commenced.
Th saddle-bag faced one was Greeley,
and the pot-gutted person was Grant.
m hnrttn. .lum.h..,..! 1 1,
f .1 1 - - .1 t I I
tt. uaeu noses vdul uii in sui t essi e
bites, and finally they were reduced to a
statu of ante-apple innoceuse and nu
dity. The whitish one dug her naila Into
the left breast of her black antagonist,
and pulled away half her papa. The i
aanguluary now ol lite-stream waa ter
rific. Th boys up in the windows
yelled and shouted until the building
shook, and the crowd was in a state of
utter demoralization. There was very
little left of either party, and not a shred
af their costly finery that was not scat
tered about the street or trampled under
foot before the police could break the
circle of excited but depraved humanity
that witnessed the fight. All acknowl
edged that saddle-bags came out best In
the fight, though she lost a chignon that
cost ten cents more than the other one,
iiesiik-s she had a piece of her left ear
missing, as well as the two flaps of her
nose. It waa the most exciting time iu
Memphis In four years.
Rkad Southern Palaceadvertisement,
A STILL FURTHER REDUCTION
B LOWKNfiTBIN BROft.
White good reduced.
House furnishing goods reduced.
Tlress goods reduced.
All goods till funbr rdoad ' redaead!
M. lWITaTS' t MOt.
Ctalher a tlaatasa'e In Kaats
u Wee Fearful tUin!l.
J. . . . .. - ,1. .
I The sun Hill aot show It's glorious
face for the next four Weeks on the south
I I .J . " I .....-- t i. . , til
!Ue OI I.UUU CHJUttlC UMiuu DUILK 1 1X1
be invisible to loiterers in the charming
park. Ho closes his famous establish
ment that It may be refitted, gilded
within and decorated aa no TenUivraleur
in this city ever adorned bin mitft a
manger. Anticipating this snd event
the Soit vicant of the city were gathered
in sud-visused sruuiri the whole of yes
terday about Gaston's doorway, weeping
over the coming calamity. Two of G'afa
tou's accustomed boarders, cousciouf
that they could not have for four weeks
a regular square Uustouiau dinner, be
gan yesterday at breakfast and were
eating all day and guzzling wines that
Gaston brought from France when the
Franco-Pr wax was raging. These
two Jolly gentlemen,
'At: l. ittlr round beiUt utiih koulI t aiton
were hauled away senseless last night,
surfeited with luxuries. The shutting
up of Gaston's is equivalent to a padlock
on the mouth of each Memphis gour
mand, and before the month closes they
will grow dilapidated. Their cheeks
will lose ruddy hues because Gaston's
cellars are closed, and abdominal rotun
dities will collapse. It is a sad, weary
month coming for Memphis.
Rh.ii. Southern ralace advertisement.
Pek Dr. Sherman's card, recommend
ing a safe and reliable cure for Piles.
TO THE CANDUUXES.
George Itowden, ( the jovial George)
who is an expert with the waxed end.
has the control of tea solid votes, and
says that tlie candidate who leaves his
measure for the finest pair of boots, to
be made by George, that candidate shall
have tlie ten votes. You will find George
cornered up In No. 42 Union street. If
the boots don't fit, the votes may be re
turned, but the boots wilt fit. Don't for
get the place, 42 Union street, aud come
early, for the early bird catches the
Read Southern Palace advertisement.
8 EE advertisement of Dr. Butt's Dis
pensary, head'jd Book for the Million
Marriage Guide, In another column. It
should be read by ail
Reap Southern Palaceadvertisement.
Thf sale of rem nan w of dry goodi
wllll he continued during this week.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAY.
Hernando Street BeUiodiat church.
Services at half-put ten o'clock In
the morning aud at eight o'clock hi the
evening. Rev. Guilford Jones, pastor.
First Heinodlac Church.
Services hy E. C. Slater, pastor of
tlie First Methodist Church, at half
past ten o'clock this morning and at
seven o'clock this evening.
ace weld Prewbyteriun Chnreh.
Rev. Mr. Boggs, pastor of the
Second Presbyterian Church, will preach
this morning at eleven o'clock, und to
night at half-pat seven o'clock, at
the church, corner of Main and Bcale
Cumberlanti Pnnltj terian Clmrch.
dervicee in the Cumberland Presbyte-
rian Church in Chelsea. Sabbath morn-1
ing and evening. Sabbath -school at
half-past eight o'clock. S. C. Taylor,
pastor. First Presbyterian t'hnreh.
There will be services at this church, j
corner of Poplar and Third streets, at
seven oViock this morning and eight j
o'clock this evening. Rev. i . H. Bow
man, pastor. 1
Central Methodist t'hnreh.
Services at the Central Methodist
Church, Union street, at half-past ten
o'clock this morning and at eight this
evening, by P. T. Scruggs. Sunday school
this morning at half-past eight.
Central Baptist fbnrt-h.
Rev. RufusC. Burleson, LL.D., Presi
dent of Waco University, Texas, will
preach in tho Central Baptist Church,
on Second street, near Beale, this
(Sunday) morning, at eleven o'clock.
Cnmberlawd Presbyterian tanreh.
Vance street, Rev. Ed. Gray McLean,
pastor. -.Service at half-past ten o'clock
in the forenoon, and at a quarter-past
eight o'clock in tlie evening. Sab-bath-echool
at half-past eight o'clock iu
First Baptist Ctinreb.
Rev. G. A. Lofton, pastor, will preach
in the First Baptist Chureh at eleven
o'clock this morning. Subject: "The
Story of Ruth." R C. Burit sou, LL.D.,
President of Waco University, Texas,
will preach at eight o'clock in the even
ing. Gesirtrtn Street Xethodlst CThnrrh.
There will be preaching at the
Georgia street Methodist Church this
evening at three and a half o'clock.
Sunday-school at half-past two o'clock.
Prayer-meetlag Wednesday evening at
eight o'clock. Rev. W. M. Patterson,
First (ongreentlonal I knrch.
First Congregational Church of Mem
phis, ou Union street, between Third
and DeSoto. Public worship, eleven
o:ilock in the mornhig and eight o'clock
in the evening. Sabbath-school at half
past nine o'clock in the momiug. Week
ly prayer meeting, Wednesday at eight
o'clock in the evening. Seats free.
Strangers are cordially Invited to at
tend. Rev. A. K. Baldwin, Paster.
Jctu .i p.m
CITT OX ViL'iSCV iU n,Dl
New Or lean.
City ol Cairo .,
City of Cairo
. New ' 'rtvana
Grand Tou er...
H. M. Shrove. , .
I. egsU Tender
Rivera. Wemttoer and Bnsiness.
The river opposite the city declined
six inchea up to three o'clock yeeterday
aftemoon, and stands eleven feet nine
inchea above extreme low-water mark.
Weather cloudy and oool. Business on
tbe levee yesterday was only moderate.
The change of the river elsewhere are
as follows : At Davenport, it rose live
Inchea; at St. Louis, six inches; at
Omaha it declined thirteen inchea; at
Keokuk, ohe inch; at Cairo, four inch
es; at Shreveport, one inch; at Louis
ville and Vickabnrg it is stationary.
LrrTi.fi Rock, July IS. Weather clear
and hot. Itiver rose feet iiinl is still
rising. Departed: Thos. H. Allen, for
Cincinnati, July 13. The river is
falling, with 7 feet 3 inches water in the
channel. Departed: Anna, for Mem
phis; Mint.eola, fbr New Orleans.
ViCKsnmso, July IS. -Boats down:
Mohawk and barges, last night. Up:
Potomac, 10 a.m; Pargoud, 4 p.m.
Weather cloudy aitd warm. River fall-
Dt. ltd is, July 13. -Arrived r Belfast,
from New Orleans. Depurtetl: City of
Vtcksburg, for Yicksborg; Honfy C.
Yaeger, for New Orleans. River rising
slowly. Weather clear and hot.
New Orleans, July 13. No arrivals.
Departed: Ludiana,furCinciunatl; Mary
Houston, for Louisville; Johu Kyle, for
Bt. Louia. Weather clear. Thermom
eter 89 at noon.
LoviaviLLi, July 13. The rtver la
rising slowly, with 4 feet T inches water
1b the tianar, aud 3 febt 7 Inchea lu the
hut. AVeather wloudy and inltrj.
slarmrr Rrrsta) i in proved Ar-
rived: Nashville, from Memphis. De
parted: PinkVarbie and City of Au
susta. lor Memphis: Nashville, for Cin-
t E vxy sttllb, JuK la. The weather ia
clear and warm. Mercury 93. River
I ha fallen tt inches. Scarcely anything
' AJirvm.s, July ia. tne nver u
swelling, with 24 inches water on Har
peth Shoals. Weather cloudy to-night,
after heavy rains to-aay.
PiTrent ao, July 13. Weather clear
land hot. The Monougaheia river is
rising, with 2 feet 'i inches water In the
I Caibo, July M. ArriTed: Oty of
IIW from Memphis. 3 a.m: Henry
I Ames, from New Orleans, 9 a.m; City
! oryuincv. rrom ere. ixiuis, n a.m; -ik
i Mempids, from 6t. Louis, 6p.m. De
i parted: CHy of Chaster, for St. Louis, 7
ta.m; Henry Ames, for St. Louis, It)
a.m. Bi ver has rauen 4 mcues. earn
er clear. Mercury 84".
The Charles Bodmanfl, from New Or
leans, arrived at an ea rly hour yester
day morning, discharged sixty packages
of merchandise here, and had a lair
passenger Ust for above, tine turns
back from Cairo.
The City of Cairo, from the Ohio,
went South at two o'clock yesterday
morning with a nine hundred-ton car
go. The Grand Tower, from ft Louis,
came In with five hundred tons of
freight, two items of which were six
teen hundred and ninety-five dry bar
rels and two thousand three hundred
and ninety -seven sacks of grain.
The Henry M. Shreve, from St. T.ouis
for Red river, passed down in the fore
noon, with a full trip.
The Colorado, from above, arrived
during the afternoon, put off one hun
iredjiud thirty-five dry barrels here and
left for below with five hundred tons of
Tlie Bismarck, from St. Louis, went
south late, Friday night with a fine trip.
Tie Grand Tower, for St. Ixuis, Law
rence, for Cincinnati, and Itegal Tender,
for White river, all departed with fair
trips of freight and people.
The Richmond. Julia and Moilie
Moore are all due from below to-day.
The City of Quiucy leaves this morn
ing at ten o'clock for New Orleans di
rect. Captain J. T. West commands
and Mr. Dan Garvin holds forth at the
The Julia, in command of Captain
Bovd, leaves this evening at five o'clock
for Cairo and St. Louis. Mr. James
Thompson Is her chief secretary.
HALL On Saturday mornln. at 4 o'clock,
at the r.i-idence gl r. . Wcaon. No. 7
Union atreet.of pneumon!, Oloa HcwtBLL,
belorcd wife of John ri. Hall, aged 23 yearn.
Her remain will be taken to Bhelbyvllle,
Ky., ( i Intel meat. Carriages at the resi
dence. W Union treat, thla (HCyDAY) after
noon, at 2 o'clock.
FORI? At 3 a-m.. Saturday, after an Illnaw
of arreral monthn, Jamfs FoaD, tn the 30th
year of hta aaa.
Funeral takes place from the residence of
hi brother. John B. Ford, 27U Waahlnwton
street, thi ;srXDA" afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
WORRALL OOOK On Jnne lth, tFroe
donla Methodist Church. Panola county .Mlaa,,
by Rev. O. W. Boyle, Mr. Vx. Woiill, of
Tanola county. U1m., and Mis Asf, foarth
daughter of James and Margaret Cook, of th
.mn Inn. Mozley, Staffordshire, England.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Incorporated In 13.
ornciAL drawis oa.
MORNISO CLAHH-No. Sil.
75, 4, ti, . SB. 5, 14, m, . 44, 47, 48.
EVEJUICU CLA98-NO. SSS
aS. 78, 73, B, 47, Ot, 17, 31. U, 76, bS, 8, .
ixi'tt'i I'- drawn twice dsily. Prises from
llpn to tfi0,unu, paid iu money by J. E. FKANCK,
atrfut, 4i North Court street. Box 147, Mem
phli, Teun., P.O. MURRAY, MlltLERCO.,
Maiiaent, st. Louis, Mo.
i AGRICULTURAL & MECHANICAL
Official Drawings lor tbe Improvement
r r tbe Fair Grounds.
MOSNINOs-CLAHH No. 1ST.
70, 41, 44, fiS, 73, 3D, s, i,
EVENLNUCLASS Ho. IS).
4:1. SB, 37, 78, 8, lfl, 3d, tt
As witness aur band, at Mempbls, talk Lfth
(ir of Julv. 172.
THOsi. H. HILLS,
W. O. WOODHON.
42 laOTS FOR .VilvE
FORREST CITY, ARK.,
HUDTDIATELT AB01SD THE DEPOT
ON THE WEST
THESR LOTS WILL BE BOLD TO THE
highest bidder, on th premises, oa
Thursday, July 25th, 1878
without reserve, and for the best bid.
Forrest City is situated 43 mile west of
Memphis, and la one of th most beautifully
located to was on the Memphis and Little
Rock Itallroad. It Is high above any over
flow, aud now contains about two thousand
snd live hundred persons, and is rapidly im
proving. It la considered one ol' the health
iest plsc a In Arksusas.
TERMS. One-third cash; one third 1st Jan
uarj't 1ST, and one-third 1st January, i , s
per cent. Interest on deferred payments ; wr
rantv deed given.
r Partita satisfying the conductor that
they are going for the purpose of attending
said sals wlU be furnished b him with a re
turn chsck, making one fare for the round
trip. B. D. WILLIAM.
Land and (renerai Agon: Memphis and LUUe
Rock Railroad. Jyi4
Suproiue Court Sale.
No. 9, Second Chancery Docket In ths Su
preme Court at Jackson. Buuyao Fayne vs.
C. 8. Abercrombie, Hugh Nott et al.
TV Y virtue Of a decree pronounced In this
tj cause, June 2, lSTX by the Supreios Court
of Tennetwe at Jackson, I will sell, to the
highest bidder, tn front of the Second Chan
cery Courtroom, on Second street. In the city
on Memphis, on
Satarday, the Sd Day of August, 1672,
within lawful hours, the real estate men
tioned and described In tbe pleadings as fol
lows: Situate, lying and being in tin- county
of Shelby and state of Tennessee, known and
de.erlbt'3 as follows, to-wlt: Situate on the
north side of ths old Raleigh plankroad,
about four miles from the city of Memphis,
and bounded as follows, vlt: Beginning at a
stake on the north boundary or said road,
seven chains and fourteen links east of center
of Hardin road or Hollywood avenue at the
southeast corner of Lot No. lv of Aoercroni
ble'spian of subdivision (made by James B.
Cook, surveyor, etc.,1; running thence north
wardly along the east boundary hne of said
Lot No. 1 aud Lot No. JO, and parallel to the
said Hardin road, twenty-two chains and
twenty-six links to the sooth boundary of Lot
No. V.; tbenes east wan i.r along ths last,
named Jlne four chains and fifty-four three
fifth links to a stake on the north bank of
Cv press creek; thence southwardly, parallel
to the Arst line to said Raleigh road ; thence
westward:)', along said road, four chains and
fifty -four three-fifth lints to the beginning,
containing tsn acres.
said real estate will be sold aw rag a eredtt St
-even (7) nd twelve (UTi months; the pur
chaser will be requlrtd to execute notes, with
appntved security, and s lien retained on the
land until the purchase money Is Jaid.
battr "f rcdeuip;ioii Darred. July 14, 172.
JtJHN II. KREEMAN, tlerk.
J. A. Ta lor, Solloltor fur com pi "at. J14
No. MAR. In the Firs Chancery Court of
tbelby conaty. Tennessee. Da a IToudflt
'-a, M. V. Thomas et a).
JT Bppearlng from affidavit la this cause
that the defendants, M. F. Thorns and s.
. 'Incite;- arc non-residents of the Wato of
It ts therefore ordered. That they make
their appearance herein, at the eourtboua ia
the city of Memphis, Tennessee, on or baa
tbe first Mondav iu October. 1SS, and plead,
answer ordemnr to complainant's bill, or the
same will be taken twr confessed us to them
andMttfnr hearing e:.paxte; and that a copy
of this order be published once week, for
four soccf sslve weeks. In tbe Memphis Ap
l l.-al. . ti '.s J tiiy Li, 1872.
A copy attest:
E. A. crjLE, Clerk and Master.
By B. 1. Black, D. C. and M.
W. H. Stephens, ektl. for camp nd JyMaa
PRaaa'gi livst!)Va, rsr
V. ST. It. wi
RALPH W0BME1EY & CO.,
AUD C0M1SSI0K MhKt h A.Ms,
i. a isms
WE shall rontLnne UMt commltaioD hnr!
dm at Ibu abttittvcaud. wtacra we will n
1: a;. n U see otl of our rrl-uda, many of whom
we Wit wrrtd for tver.tr rear without
cuaiiao; .nut cow aataln u.aoe uur services at
thei.-eemninl,earnemly .olleltlua eoostan
menla or Cotton, mumi ihrui of our cot.
tinaed effhrts si hereToror-- to ttrve t: n
I Ulf- tlj .:. to si .1 ititlout. care.
theLr intcresta. w Sjupu.-a iurc!shat:t ad
lttMral wtlvatrMS mg oa ,nnpi atatt ol
Totton. AU c.uttoii .asuitd. ualawt otherwise
JyUiUw aVAXPtr WoRMBLKT CO.
X. B. RLEIKiE, A. ". McK AY,
i umo, Mlw. Hernando. V -
w m .si-ti. x-ti auu ot t
SLEDGE, M'KAY & CO,,
871 and 373 MAIN ST..
ar Beferrlnr to the aixrva card, this will
'inform lo pabli.; towt we will oair
houar oa Utf 13 in of Awm. with a large
anil completa acock of Uroovrlea and Plan ta
ttoo Uapplles, which we wll) pu. hane from
ant hand, with trash, snd sell asrheap aa the
Our Cotton Itepartment will be managed ty
our Ut. M. K A Y. who has had J6 yarm expe
rience aa a rotton factor. We Intend to be as
liberal in oar deailDgs an any nood bouse.
We respectfully aollclt bualaeaa from thr pub
lic. JyHdawl .SLfTTXiE, McK AT CO.
Si A. WI L.J.1
Corner Malison and Sw nd Sts.,
MrlMI'HIS, : : TZSXESBEE.
THE interests of aiy lather's estate required
m ro abandon for a time th practice ot
law. I resume It with renewed energy, sad
mtxleatly ask. for a -moll than of lAe prtfn-
n.' n n to , nwn.i.rr Will he
Dlfaeed to serve mv friends In any capacity,
and shall keep for their conveniens a Di
rectory of all the lines of trade and business,
snd a 11M of th various articles sold or man
ufacture.! In the city. jy!4 daw
STEEL BRUSH COTTON GIN
' The" qualities of this Uia are equal. If
not superior, to that of any tiin now
fac tared, producing a sample of cotton that
will command from x-e. to Ic. per pound mors
in our market than coUon glaned upon any
other Ola. It runs light and picks elewn.
Price, S3 per aaw. For sale by
ORCHIL BWW.l'.. stents.
Dl B01S COTTON GIN.
T) ESL'LT OK FOKTY-NIWE YE.ABS' EX-
XV rvr'.t-uce in gin making. The attectlou '
of cotton planters and factors 1 respecciuU' I
invited to attend a trial of the Iu lints uln at I
K iar's Oinnery, corner Vanoe and causey I
streets, MONDAY, loin lnst., at 4 p.m. Mr. J. ,
E. I'n Bo la, of Mobile. Ala., will be present
ami tase pleasure in exsiaiuuig me point. ...
excellence his liin possesses. He. a cotton
wanted, for which we will pay the highest
marKei urn e. ;a any quantity. taii at
K. J- C KAIU
Agricultural anil eed Hfor-,
S77 and TW Main street.
Chancery Sale of Beat Estate.
No. Uld, . R. First Chancery Court or (Shelby
county. B. Merrill vs. '.V. L. Vance.
T1Y virtue of an interlocutory decree oral
J nte- iu the atiove
July 10. 1...1,
ell, at puo.ic i
'l 'ront of '.he
folaw Rock. 1
auction, to the highest '.;dd
Clerk aii'l Mtist-r-. . trice.
second street, yi Mcnphis, Teuneasea,
Ow aaturday, Ansnst 17. 117,
within legal hoars, th following described
Hltusted IB Srielby county, state of Tennes
see, and In the city of Memphis, to-witj A rot
beginning on the north side of Beale street at
the southwest corner of a lot once conveyed
to Tichuda Wood: tbenes with the line of
Beale street westwardly S3 feet tn ha south
east corner of a lot heretofore eonv.yed to I.
Abbott; thence with Abbot's line ooith 1.1C
feet to alley :thnee with fnt Une . ' the sl't-y
eastwardly ft! feet ; thenee to befe- ina,
lSi fast; It being gronnd convsjed u Mer
rill by said Wm. L. Vance.
Terms of Hale On a credit of six and twelve
(Sand 121 months; purchaser to execnte notes
with approved security, ant a luntobu tap
talned a further security. Eq uf . ' re-demr-tion
EDMt SD A. COLK, Clerk and Master.
Henry Craft, Attorney. Jyl4
Oryic Mkhthis akti Vingsacao')
RaiLBoap CoaraaT, r
Vickobnrg. July 4, 1STJ.
rivHB ANNUAL MBXTTNO of the Stoek
JL holders sf the
Memphis and Tlcksbnrg Railroad Ce.
w ill he held at the office of the Company on
Friday, th Day of Angus, 187 a,
at 12 o'eloek m., at which time an election
will be held for Directors for the ensuing year.
JyS W. A FAIKCH ILL, Secretary.
WE, the undersigned, have thla day formed
a oopaxtnerunip to do a Ueneral Com
mission Business, at. sit Front street, under
ttie Arm name of UKKP. BLt'KHAM 4 CO
and repeuully a.
old friends aud pat
J. K. BUCKH;
W. V. WiLHO
the patronage of oax
. Reed a Backhaul.
0 Heed A Buekham
W llson A I ro.
t'Mos ins rXiNTKM Ban k i
or Msapuis, V
Memphis, Tennessee. July 1st, lSTf. )
BT order of the Board, tr is bank wlU, oa
end after Jnly 5th. say to stockholdtsrs a
dividend of & per cent, oat of the net
or tne six mon ms eaamg jwne win.
Jyl 8. r. RKAD, Ci
Democratic ExeeatiTe Committee
VHIB Committee win meet on next MON
DAY KVENiNli, at 3'jv.ock. at the Sec
ond Chancery Court-room. Kvery member,
and the candidates before the primary elec
tion, are requested to be present. The meet
ing for Saturday Is recalled, on aeeount of the
absence of the Secretary with the list of
Judges. W. W. Mt POWELL. Chairman.
W. Z. MITCHEAit'S SCHOOL
Will be continued during the
For particulars apply at any
Sohoolroom. No. 308 Third
any time at the
SM HCCONB frntRRT.
JOS. Va.N AW.B.
B. J. SAVLUIOli.
new w .vp otn- saw-n'i' ta fnu opera
Vf tten. and srn prepared top;, order lor
cvpre.-, and poplar inmue
also, sas ed sbinsles and 1
ders and guarantee atll
qunlltv and price' Ji
i solicit or
sxh ss ti
ssecond Mill north ot
Biver, Menif , is.
Yenable te ItowHngw
40U.N 8. DU!HAXS
FOR SALT , WHOLBBALK AJTO HUT AIL,
ouvbBi rnntiK & ro. mj
''Ut Sfj 7 ,BTC
I J3LJL WT TEHISV t
GENERAL CLEARING SALE
B. L0WENSTE1N BROS.
WB CALL THE ATTEST.
OH3AT CTFARTNG SAUE
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods
Waleh w saw saw oaTsxta. at prices
aa ww have to aiwaw omt tka Wlsaae
BLEACHED AND BROWK SHEETINGS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN
PLAIN AND EMBOSSED TABLE COVERS.
IN HUGE, HONEYCOMB
We are oflwrtaf an wn rivaled i
Aua, a ftix uxi ar
TURKISH BATHING TOW2IS
JJ BATH BI.1XKJETS.
IN FULL ASSORTMENT !
ALL SIZES AND COLORS I
AT REDCCED PRICES!
B. Lowenstein w li others,
24? mitl 244 M&ia St. carver of Jeffer-on.
DNI9F FOUHORT AND MACHINE SHOP.
CUBBINS & GUNN,
Sos. 160 and 174 Adams Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
rntjtn rissscs. Cotton Uln Gear
Basrnimhi, Qiiilssin, Btawte.
Orders for Brass and I"n tastings and ali xtad "f Wtt
REMNANTS, REMNANTS !
OFFER FOB THIS WEEK 1 LABGE LOT OF
SaPECiAL. BiB(aiiv rs
LADIES SUITS !
LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
MISSES' SUITS :
LACE POINTS !
LACE SACQUES !
LACE PARASOL COVERS !
261 ait'i 96S Min
Of THE PTBTC TO OfR
that ctaut Call tn praww -.- rmettww
wf ear Burner th .der to
k PILLOW CASINGS,
LINEN TABLE DAMASKS,
& DAMASK TOWELS
at, at nnprresdsntsstly I w - "ees.
ot JAeXawoAxlxxsax-y ,
Oooplln,, Palleys, Hangers, Boxes, et
Lintals. Hills, 'Irs' , -l Venti
9 WHITE WWD.
trret. earner of Courts