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! l.i.t.l), a Jjoo.e and
Vu on MMTstfm. UftwlU sat a Clear
retamof II percent, on ttie lnve.tm.nt.
ijWK, wagon and barriera, wit b express
M It tut. Apply at:Secarid street.
1 ilKllMKO -A two-story frame residence
J vtt NHt'r street, obo square .oulh of
Contains fire meras. kitenen
4riHh' wm. Apply on tbe premises.
J. A. POLLOCK.
Tl,f lUttOH-jA. large mirror tor sale cheap 7
OJIIm tnefce-, 86 MAHKEr bT.
feet aaod seaxraed walnut
. w Muster.
O Tialloi' safe. Ooni fu,
- s ylfas tblt gfriee.
Hahman A oo.'s combl-
Will be-soid cheap.
vDAUlSX fiistlass saloon. In best bust
O location, new and elegantly flHed nj
awl wtb a good Mock of liquors. Annesum
garden attached to llie houie. Teitns
very uberaL rariicuiars at
,. i HpU APPEAL OFFICE.
A homelike bean and lni-
hit. Inquire at .7 Ku-i -treet.
s T A HARO-A1V ttnp Fntrhant'K
"Areles. almost hew; oDemedmml
Mernog xiakBt: 1Q en Cue timbered
am iron safe;
.5uij land, two mile nortii of Um
ridTMOftf A neat eMUct3He.
iiMP ' NOCK TAYJjUH Mad-Bon fet.
IMGl!;E At-borse powar portable engine.
I O V A seal and Blant borae. doctor's
MHS sew ftwreoouMi, anu ukq
MBB to SSWD fctocfc or dry coods.
4n crj o grouad ia a pleas
nubdfltlitfn llUftOls. Wilt Bell or
h Jterwouertr In MamyhlA. For ar
nBrdv IaCIL Pollard. Front street.
advertisement is inserted in it
unless speedily prdjreffinSrffa i3
Hereafter all Advertisements
amounting, io Zss iftan ilue- dot-J
Mzrs must oe paw, jur iyjft t
Advance, except by our regular
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Tf". J-, JIOLLAjyjD U the au
thorised agent of-'ih'e Appeal, and
lonrnel MfeHpir or the Board
.jrdAWermen Dr. 'nt
f , 1U'? Lctttr. v , . ,
JTessasefrom i tbgtayor nealth of .the
v --CHt Hemeilal MeiinrM? ' '
ft fjThe.Bcoraer to EpforceJsaBlta-
'I WO1 HARM -Several lieaaUf al lots at Olli
I j'Baten, M. and C R. 11.; nwarpassed for
MtoaTian. ewiTenience la Hornn ana we Cllj .
a mm on u -iiii-sippj river.
9 Vvvwiiapeneia ; sear xuu aerei etearea
H. Tine wrtect. ottrmaaddreme
At'AHB-AB A !o. 1 road mire
If L and fAsno. Apply to
J. E. Kl 1 .TL A M i A BHO, W Union r
I JMiMNO-y twe-Merr brtefe dweUUv
jl on Hersanao roaa.near Limwooa Appi;
f ACHINKRV A horve-power. gtn and
13X. presv aKnrarly new, will berold cheap
1 lislUi'Ui; - Tn o brlct resWencei In tb
XV tIMMMock, corner Jl arket and Third to
HAVRIS 4 PILtXJW.
)AflVVUS OF DAKB-ln loU from ti
-wiJVJ to twenty acre, on botli aldea of tb.
MteilinUil and Tennese Aallroad. five mile..
.3XGai MHRifltw ; tee map and address
" P. M-
. Ho. 219 Madison street.
SONie-CtjnBIJJ' A GUSN, Adams st.
kave lor sale some or -j most satietan.
lAac etogaMlT Snisbed stationary engine
so wvev aqrairea ny tuoiisaBas, u among to
aamber. 11 Is &vborfce power. Gentlemen de
slrlae eaeteesfor mills, etc. should call anr
examiBe. Par tampllcltr and strength tbe.-
are po; to fee exeoiieo teii
K A X-horse rower encine ft-n-'
DAHeki9tii pumpv ana a loior w-mc
.ii . siiuu're st
!J9 TJkMH RTHKET.
VFTTCFS B&IDESCF Residence on
Mtmngl&a street; omresNo.Bl KontL
4K Madison street.
f J OUfiR-A large One boase on Uie PltH
1 i -.Sfloct road. Bert door to the Orahaa
naee at tow rent to any tarn fly wtsMss U-
m letlaw fewr. The Jaou can be fr-
sWM WM: or lait f the honse for
x-few jBasths. Oood water and beattfay lo
nvtAKIA JtonsE Ouner of Bhelbv
lr. RdiaTrvo streets, at a bargain. Appl3
KICK HOI'S KSeren rooms and servants
Uace,Mi Lalon street ; rent, permonin.
nntui cuiuu, ceil uour. wfpii
100JB Part of oottase. three laree rooms.
JLV B jaazeiie street, sear v anee sweet ears.
'OTTAOE-Sew cottage-hoBi, situated at
mwv'mon oixaioraaie street sua iier
Ttssakt rosd ; ouly a few steps from street rall-
www. I I".! ......... .f
Iita Xo. West Court street.
iUiMtisy-Aasory fraj liouHe, seltable
"1J TW a grocery, susaiemon uemanua roaa.
ise.r uamwy swiien. Appty at aw Jiaio st.
TTABe-9Av dMatfslile bouse- on the line of
mm walk tf Csari saaare. .New home, mod-
WiljOV' AHS one of the healthiest, localities
n'mmalf; asgM rooms, bathroom and store-jMsa-aaeelletlt
wat-r, aood stable. Apply to
- , a. A. M(RE, lis Second street.
E-No. J7 Market street. Apply at
l ira. room .MJ. rv.
ttmHK Tim eleaant rooms saitable
J eeat 5rtlXX)ND ST.
JTORKHor.-tu a, xtAOr.-t-No. 398 Front
sreev norMi or jenerson. lormeny
L.mssuiui. ao some nice cot-
ttsa on ilernaudo Mreet railroad.
ana eonveBiexix u oiai
n Union streeL
KKm-0er r.. IL UoBay & Oo.'s shoe
stars. N. SK JJaln street, corner Union,
MwoasBftet by Dr. Turner a denial rooms.
TwMr leVatltm, e4r, will recommecd them to
eotlea faet'ini, insurance men, and all other
rltiiae saab rooms, as the fl nest offices In the
veylt t .18 Union street.
12JtJSlIT'JUfilv Tbe HlendlU storebonse'o.
-street, fro&ttnc Utwrt strMre
xy i .b i&race c uo. Appty
EK A yEKTBBSS, AU'JT,
ivo.t fcecona sireei.
OFFIt ES The second story of Sl Front
swesi, snltnbie far a eats-m omce. Apply
Ote Dwelllnc. 8 rooms. Union St.
snBsutkSU residastco and rz acres.
MKlUWUTIlrll., JH) second K.
HOBB- foptlnltig four rxaus kitchen
aoa servant's room: witnin five mln-
aiMinlt(tine1un. Apply to
. saai E. MaRSHAUIM Main street
a-j &fHTvrtft-norj hooes.Ncw. n and
& X vtstset stfTeei. jvppir mot iaan.
rirUrseaatad and Milrd Boors of XI Main st.
X verr naot tneisft cm comer oi an atieyj,
satvaaie for a wholesale noitHti bosoe. Apiiiy
so BfltjSKS H1AJ.
KJhEH' CM No. M Heals street, nee
J eeia. JUho, rssMeaee o. su Orleans
stress, Bar peptar. Ajpwy to
. LOBWiiNMWNE DRO&,
jjBtl , a Main street.
vl'j'lLaej uMIaHca, and one storrrooai an
Zafts Mslu street.
A a"d head-waiter or stsward
At u 'uasituuui aurau
tsd Eood baslneMri man: ell.
Iress L Hollywell, postoffice.
t NrRSE-rtompeteBt anu
expenencea nurses, to ax-
r Je-er pstlente. Referne
vrii b. TMolrKl Aim.r at ulreclrsT Room
Jtj-jltawa'JiaU, ije weea a.m. and 1 pun
Wpe yellow 1
Juqulre at this office.
yArTjjg-A waller at Xsfiao.la Jlall.S
StCHANT Situation wanted as umlf
.JaMk shipsXUKiailc. or genera.
lttfKntsvioB. ry (bods, or shot
Rest reference Alretblrty.
A Appeal office.
JON Sr a eompstvBt book-keeper
MTsat aeeouuwus a Mvoasran ctuiei
eaitsr r cashier Ut some responsible
uiHsnsiauwi ssuj w
itLu cll-MAN.2 Main aU
t o.S To loan tn to ttOOO on eollaUraL
Xj AgdressT. J. pare ApjeaL
PBiteUliU wauun: uored M ells, call at
KBCK., Second st.
V an .1 tsa Keeoad street-
lea - J. K. HELM ACQ.
MAM1 JTUltSlTtlKC, reatEen
kaid uooas or au susas, wwu
street. H. T. BIJ.-.NOTT.
llJmrvxNi- vaoits ana cwaai w. wa,
"Hal XI Union street. J. ru.
r nrVee jBriScoad-haad furtiltare, stoves,
loiattisrs. aarpets, etc- atUS boooad streeL
lam rns if "RJJ. IXlUULABri A IX).
TOR SAX.E OK SENT.
TtHeHDENCE A handsome suburban real
tV Senee, si lusted on the Memphlti and
Uiarleston lUHroad, at GUI's BUUon, 4
sasles east ol Court Square, contalnlnc six
iouum, kitchen and ouUiout, All new, wltlt
sossraotHo-M umands and fine cardan spot al-
taened. Forlerros apply at tbaofaee of tne
ta ji t i.
WOOMS AKO BOARD.
AtmiTs' Hsfiwr lted rooms can be bad In
a rflrste boardlng-be-ase, 1 Monroe st.
Awn, a fewBenttetnou aeaommodsted. sepe
ROOMH AND BO AJID. Very desirable
rootttN newly BUd, with pleasant ae-rtamfristLti-nr
a&a tioaidaii be Lad by appll
eaU. at ffe, tl Madison street. Also, a few
-ssabuardsnaveomuiodated. Host ref erenos
MA KB A bay mare, ten yaars old, white
sbT tstail. rKht hind foot wW in
I ii Ml tarn eo-jtBUdO. Apply at Mr. AtehisoaV,
twflirties eaZot Poplar street Mil-gate, and
yai fnytarW avertlerteat. seplT
UiAMn. - bl'tfzoVkEr
Bus. Mgr. JIT, Appeal Pub. Co
Dispatches from 8L XjOoIs deny
the report that any quaruntlae lias been e
laoiunea at mat piace.
The schooUboard yestertlay iiiter-
noon had no quomm, and adoarned sahject
w uic cau ui iJityrraiueiiu
Owinc to Attomev-General Wrlzht'j
.llnew, criialnai oenrt adjourned J'estcnlay
unui ue xwen.y-niniQ or ixiih muniu,
If a measure of Coal-tar is filled to
' lie brim, and a rcd-boc poker Is inserted In
li center ttaereoT, there will be uXHclent dl
f dint for Kme of the largest rooros ln.the
Hall &. Brother, the well-known
l mon-fitreet Ilverv-fctable men. have elven
' tie committee of the Howard aMociatiou frt-e
i or a horse and buggx on ring the preva
lr.nrf of thf ma.)inl il--si.- t
It is rumored tbatyellow-ferer'had
attaked a little eirl on Linden Mreet. and that
Ma lalnden-txtt fcchool wa "losed on ac-
aeanr ti iu i -. mmor jr ia jo oe ime
nlthoagh nothlnc 1b mtt of It . the principal
Mr. J. p. Koberteon ia secretary of
he Howard association, who-e omce, atro.
jweftuonrt street, is open aay mu . nigni.
t-iehtbanareddoLars wi-re donated or ciu
xe&s j"eIerday, and arraneemt-nt inade? to
DiAln nneen nurses irom Mobile.
AU Memphis pasftenRers by the rail
-oad are quarantined two days or forty-eigh
1 ours six miles thlsKide of LonisTlHe. Thi
ity 1$ elanned somewhat, and no one from
tletnpblB U allowed In ber limits. Tenons
Tftkltic trains lor LooivlHe would de well
3 carry their rations with .hem.
-We understand that the Masonii
ooard of relief hare made tvry arraneemenl
or the proper care of any Mason who may
eed any kind of attention, noffcn'y daring
-iie present tic to ess, bat also at other times.
tty application for Masons entitled to relief
a Im made to A. J. Wheeler room No. 9
' -nolio, block, comer of Union and Front
Last nieht Captain Cranmer arrest-
n! a colored wom&n namedlLaOnlse- Bro"n for
iftesllnc a ktbf clothing anil a set of fan-
irom rt. Yost, of o. 4K2 Main street Loulst
msdetHObnodtesof her stolen articles an
tPaUini? she wax detected threw the clothes out
if ih window and then jumped out with the
iirs. ran to souui Aieniptiis wneresne secretea
AmoDir the names in our mortuary
report is that of Iarid h&ulpdmry. v, h died ol
expoareana negieci at ine low at wauung
Km street. AlUioasthdrtiiiineeleeted.Knont-
asU upon the river bank, the suffering man
' oseivsed one hundred and tw niy-Qve thou
and dollars worth of property In WheeJlng.
iVest Virginia, He wat fifty years of age, and
was en route for WheeUng to attend to h
vropef-ya whicn in iiugauon. Aninqnen
or tle coroner returned a Terdict of death
from natural causes, and the wnderer,ra
storied in a ft tran certs grave. Mf. Charles
Ustrty years, and will voueb. fonthe statement
reftoectlng his former ponfcessionN.
James Smith, a boat-watchman,
wa arretted yesterday at the Instance of Ed
Wirclns. who believed he had been swlndieo
out of a lot ot cotton-eed -wiiltU ho had
Milppea to this cjiy. xtowjai naepenea tnat
Messrs. layne and OSarte, e'erksof the 8L
KrancK had ftent smith to cWTect the bill
;tt the o.l-work. and a the aeenu for W hi-
Ins auttioiized him to receipt for it In t-ht
4tter's name. This he did upnn obtaining
he money, which he de lvered prbmlrtly lo
. ayne anu uariwe, wuo jinmeuiHseiy iur
trarded It br the suamer I'hli Allln to Vie-
iin. The latter gentleman left home berorjc
he rhil Allln arrived, aad'npoii,presentlng
atmself at the oil-mill was informed that the
uoney had already been rtsld to a man by the
jame oi sa . jemms. jir. wimas moaeni
tiehad been badly dealt with, aud.not know
D2 Uie honest purposes that actuated Stnlth,
jmu mm arreweu. ii uting cieany snows
that this was a mistake. Jplce MhlerYerj
properly discharged Mr.Smttn.
Willis .Nelson, colored, driver o!
James Brady's dray, No. 71, was arrested
rday by Detective McCune, and -ent to jn.
u de a nit of flT thousand dollars ball, by
Cecorder Winters, Xor stealing sir, barrels of
1 ur from the elevator. Four of them, be-
onging u ijocnrao, uyroae & kxk, wer
'Covered, lielmr informed that nine, barreir
f flour had been l ltn from the Elevator
-ompany, last Friday bergfant Arratia and
Klleer FllEtiatrlek wenfln search of the flour
una xouna juur oarre n in poeJwon ok viuu
KismnKton, wno Keep a Mnaii grocery on
oart stretit extended. Alter seizing the flour
nd taklne DaKses&lon of the irtocerv. fher ar.
rested Harrington on fhe around of recelvinc
o'en property. The omcers pushed iheir
earen ana ionna iwo more oarrestoi nourai
h9 residence or wiifts elon1s mother on
i.xchttnee street, extended. Nelson will have
Wtonttwer the charge or larceny "Jor the nine
Taireis hio.en lan r nan;-, wnicu were con
ignea to cioin & Keitmaa, oi this city.
We recret to announce that Captain
. C Betths sergeant -atinns or the city
-ouncll, died at baifpssi twelve o'clock
hH mornlnz. The u treasefl was well
and farorably known to our clUzens,
not only as an efficient city official.
jut win also oe appn-cuteiy
nerabered as an active member of the
'v&rd or aldermen ana as an ex-member ol
-he Democratic executive committee, In
a hlch nosition lie served in an able and faith
ai rtHsOfier. s-'unni inwar(neaeceaseawa
l caDUtJn m cavainr in tne urmieoeraie
trmr, under Oeneral rorrept,and alH known
saDota commanaer oi bouis. in oom or
aeoe positions he won rsnowned dlsungtloo
Mt braverr. while his kindnt endeared
lira to ttie respeow of every ooe Noi only
in TmbHe stations, bat ulsa In th
aflvMe walks of uie Captain Ileitis wmthd
aven one wti'-lcne him. Ill ntetnory win
reverea iin a borrow not ies sincere tua
ie appreciation and esteem which wasenter
alned for btm in life.
t rltlclam of the Lelterof Colonel Enoch
nalcy to Governor Brosn.
fUWJwiHISVGENTH-.W arathe, only au
1 tKTiea oinnlbus and transfer aaents In
STAUJON- Bell Mont0,Uie finest WsJllon
tetfae late, stands at Keck', W fceeono.
LEAVK calls for Keek's omnlbuM for the
Psduesii asd Memphis and Mississippi
andTeunewoe railroads, or livery of any de
STRAYED OR STQIsEN.
WEWABD- For a young cow, spotttd
.nx wnlte; left bom off. Tbe
WWewUrard will be paW lor her -return to
.is.i1 street. m.ibiu.
JADUCAH AND MEMPHIS R. R.
Notice to Shippers.
, rlJn4 -f thU loadihas been
rf naw-vard. toot oi "'-""t"1.
;"na aJ XrrtgbJtVlllbe rocelvea ana aeuveroa
.avhst place front C1VEN, AfieuL
jioeli Enslej, Esq.:
In txhalf of the governor, whent you have
ni-dled with a idi-oolumn homily ou
sal conbtr&lned to be of sfed a little
urns for rpUectinn on t he mrilts of your Uls-
overy, tMfoie compiyssm wim yostr simen
rorapHoc demand or an lmmedt&teAssem
, jng of ttie senate and hoae ox rttpreseuta
v.-m tnr tiiA narrjONn f IneorndrAtlnff
tour grand idea with tbeiawscf thUcrd-
our Mmotto' on the walw ef the senate cham
jerlaat least novel, and. as sueb. should be
srell consideuxl before beni; actd wpon. Co-
T politic si economy; ttie questionable chas
i v tlken-of as a wecimsa of fkeratare. and
he expanse aUeaslfig HSjlftftSsfptson in gill
'Ti'rmar woriayoc lBWfsvsaiittsu au? ov
rnor Is ate eaoHed to tfm let Ikt tavestl
lion of m newand start 1 in z a principle, de
na.nd-.ais h. it does for 1U adoption au aban
tnmniftr Adam Smitli &s autharitvurot'
lUejdJonu politTco-extDomltal, aid taut ping
he wlxdom of the wor d afol(v Prominent
imoDK tli difficulties the ROTerrtor flntlsln
'ullowinarou asawiiiiy as your zeai uemanui
ire: First Your i remise that the principle ot
axing all property ail ce- pto aa vaiortm ia
wrong, lie he now it migui De reasonably
halved that the lollcy Is wrong, but
4Ato be prindple he weep In It noUUng but
UuvmaKMPrentui uiaii. ii uuuit wvtyvv
.mnoKfl to remit taxes on about ten million
ioiiHrsbf nersonalnroDe.lv in Memphis. and
idd the taxes ibereotvlo that now burthen ine
rts real property, He estlmaus as the ease
meut thus afforded merchaDts, bankers and
aanainctarer. per annnm. eicntynousana
JoUarserom. Now he demanda time to follow
you to j oux conclusion, that the easement of
tghty thousand dollars will so enihose the
commercial world as to imalt in the wooder-
ui RAeewion or wealth ana ponuisuon yuu
propose thereby to Introduce, lie feels con--tralnedaiNOtoaslc
further time to see- how
the bankers, merchants and manufacturers
may effectually eseape paying the tax v any -
'now: when according to the working of your
iryaiem rasl enisle wiM ad ranee ltsrentstoan
ninoUDl excMMiiujc iui9 wiuiuuuat iu, uu
ibua fling back, upon renters the TT
oient thereof, in the way of Increased :
rents. Commending your Heal, approving'
our patriotic moiiveK, aoa su railing me
business-like energy and cHspatch with which
'OU propoae to proeui your scneme to con
iimmAtiDai. the trodrernor. nevertheless, takes
itlma, as tn doty-bound, and remains
i -hAi..nKt.nL Aterantrl.h and flue celery
knar Da obtained at oar detsittbts momlue.
z. i recanHsireei.
Mjixikkry at cost during Uiq, panic,,
uwuuain ntreeu : ,
Tartlea lis vine furniture, and irisUtu; ta get
lid of it, wttl Audit to tbsir Interest to send
It to tbe Anetloahouse of Geo. O. elite A Co.,
61 Mala stretU We will imarantee good pri
ces ana quicK returns, um savin, smw
tug even thing, are ten per cent.
SiOTICE 10 1'ASSEXOEnS.
Ti.Atr.tn n the lul.vtlle Railroad leavlne
Msmphls at twelve o'clock at noon will make
tlcse and direct coBOMtkm at IlBtuboldl wlih
the MabUe and Ohio train to Certain, ice
-x ajn. train connects tor awoue.
is COHMOXCOtmCIL.., e '
ournea meeuugoeuitx uoara ui.cuiu-
wssneia yesicruaytaiiemoun iu
r resent- Preslaent Zent. Coundl-
wltt. Keehn. ItSa.h. Droescher. Bbsw.
t uius ton, Bingham, 1 oof, UunUIIughes, Jobe,
nmiut ana Aiason.
ADDREH3 BY THE MAYOR.
The members of the board of alderuenwere
invited into the council chamber, and the
general council being; tben tn senMon. the
ins o addressed that body substantially at
UEST1JU!ES OF IBS GK5XBAX. OOCSCIX
I feerthaqitds necessary that 1 should make
aithUUmeoMirne explanation to "yon; and
therefore Thave called you In general council
for that purpose. eUnee my return to tbe city
my time has been entirely taken up with tbe
Jlut'es of my official position, which have
oeen rendered the more onerous by the sick,
uess of theclty treasurer andsergeant-at-anna,
so that Xiiave not really had time to draw up
a message explanatory of what I did relative
to the JVlcolson pavement mat
ter daring my absenoe from the clt
f trust, under tne clrcamstanccs, will be ap
proved by the council. When i reached
tVashinglon, I discovered that I was unable
-o accomplish anything mauve 10 tne mai
ler, as Mr. T. 1C Brown, and all the Judge! and
attorneys were out of town. I then went on
to Tew York, where I had several Interview!
wltlt the attorneys in tne case, ana aiso wim
Mr.T. tX Rrown. Mr. Brown made several
proportions, three of which, at his sugges
tion, reduced to wilting, and which will be
r' .1. U belore joa in due time. On my return,
i found that a disease, called yellow-fever by
msny, bad broken out in our midst, but
whether it is yellow-fever or not, I do not pre
tend to say, nor do I know. 1 discovered, on
inioiy, tlistsome persons claimed that this
ii?ttwa epidemic, and therefore 1 felt It
mv duty to take the matter under immediate
isia-rauon,ana consuiiea wimtneooara
uf health, and found that It had spread be.
isumd the limits, where It had originated In
Tlappy Hollow," and that extra accommoda
tions, would be ream red. On consultation,
uowever.wlthDr. WlUett, and other leading
P'u'tadans, and alo with memners-of the
iioward sacculation, this was not considered
i eessary and I, through the counsel of the
3e.tlemen to whom i have referred, consld
4t it necessary to appropriate five hundred.
ouars tor immeoiate reuei. ui iui. amount,
! nstd one hundred dollars to Mr. A. IX 1-anLT-
-taff, one of tbe leading men here of tbe
Howard association, and In whose Integrity
. put every trust, to expend the amount
under sundry rervatlons, and then draw on
me lor tbe TemsinUg four hundred dollars,
i teuit my action In this Important matter
will meet your approval. The amount 1 have
referred to will be used tor the purpose of pro
raring nurses, taking care of the sick, and
.rtner necessary expenses. I do not know the
utire amount thst will be required for these
purposes, and will, therefore, leave the matter
snureiy in your jisuus. tuiu. ui.i
In faieh an lmnortant crisis the burden
ould fall alike, in 'proportion, on all,
in those who aie absent from
the city and those who have remained to fight
nis disease, rame complaints nave oeen
-nade relative to the undertakers not making
proper returns of the numberof funerals eacb
day and the na ure of tbe diseases. A com
'nunlcatlon on this subject trom the secretary
ot the board of health will be laid before you
for your const aeration.
THE SECRETARY OP TILE BOARD OF
Councilman Beecher called for the reading
of a communlcalionsfroin Dr. J. H. Nuttali
secretary of the board of health, which will
tie found in the proceedings of trie board ol
aldermen. It was referred to the city attorney.
uiruut r. ii c a:-v.
The recommendations from the board of
., TMEI FEYJiH.
i s &ww .snaii ury
Deaths YaterdajtTwelfrpcerea8C of
. t. Four as ComparcwlUJpaj
Mortuary Eeport Full List of
" ' ccatlona.
mayor. Calvary church will be opened this ;
morning af eleven o'clock, for divine semce,
ta axcordanca with the mayor1 proclsma-;
linn. lhtm irlU rmMivlnft serrlds lfi'Orace
lj (EpUcopaU'churchrUiifl mornliig'at eleven
, o'clock, by the rector.
In accordance .with the jsroclaraallon of,
Mayor Johnson, appropriate services 'will be1
held In the Pint' MethodirtcChurch, pcond
street, near Poplar, by the pastor, at eleven
o'clock, this morning.
Berrl ces will be held at. the Pynag0ae Beth
Kl Kmethcorner Monroe- and riecond ctreets,
thlsmorrung at eleven o'clock Members and
the tr,famllies will please attend, 4& s
By order of thepresident. s
L. MARKH, Becre tary pro tan. ,
Letter from Dr. SnttallProcLarnaUcn
by the Kayori-SerTlee8?flt:the
fc Churches To-l)ajv
aldermen to stralehten 'he bavoa between
Unden and Jicale ht reels, aim the paving of
juniap eireet, were coucurrea in,
A resolution was received Irom the board oi
Jderinen, requiring the recorder to enforce
tne o romance pro via in e ror tne organization
ot tbe boardof health, relative to the under
takers making returns of all funerals and
causes of deaths. Walsh and Cooner havlnc
rr fued to obey tbe mandates of said ordl-
uac c o. i was auopieu,
THE UKUEF-FrUD INCHEASED TO TEN
The ordinance introduced by Alderman B.
. wmte.irrnnunz ten ui Jiisanu ooi'sra. 10 oe
drawn or me mayor on tneorueroz me now
ard association or litlzens relief committee.
for the pttrpose of providing nurses, etc., for
thote suffering from the prevailing disease,
nasseu on its nrst secona ana nnai reaaing.
1AU JVJlU slits.
Councilman Huehes moved that the mayor
!x- authorized to purchase ne hundred bar-
Is of tar, to be burned in the streets or the
conncllman Toof said he had In his posses-
don an order aimed by Mr.UeorceW.Ulft.
ttecreiary ox megascompany, loronenunorca
oarre is oi lar. iweniy oarreis nau aireaaj
been received on that order, which would be
"U delect for a week, and Mr. Gift hod In
formed htm that as much lime as would be
required for disinfecting purposes would be
i 'ouncuman ungues saia tnai aiter n faring
uie statement oi counciirnan i.oor.ee wotua
tviiuaraw ice resoiuuun.
rhe resolution or Alderman Whit., or in-
uiry regarding Alderman Davis's refusal to
-mme the old water-tank on the bluff, wa
The board then adjourned.
BOARD OF ALDKROES.
he board of aldermen met In the city 1
hree o'clock vesterdav afternoon. Chair
man tSealla nretddlnr. and Messrs. Robins.
ei:igrew,iaiaiesta, uusoy anas,!. v niu
answering t tneir names.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
To his honbr. the Mayor, and City Council:
G KXTLEvxjHft vin 2 been called upon b'
snme members of the council to know why f
is in at i uo not masie ruu reports, ma. me
matter mav be fully understood. I have but to
ay 1 hat I have. In perxm, and by written
iiaer-, nounea tne unaenasiers to mase meir
ran repons to me junn w visa ueciines u uo
hi, on the ground that there is no law to
make him do it. Hebtsbeen arrested three
times and brought before the recorder. A
warrant waswvea on nim yesieraay lo an-
uear aurain before the recorder, also lor Conner
& Brother. They both foiled to appear. I am
Kwerte4to act, and If the city officials do
not Jorce the report. I will be unable to f urnUb
a report that will be correct. Very respect
fully, J. H. NUTTAIal,
rsecretary coara oi iieaiin.
Mr. l'ettlirrew made a few lemarks upon the
subject, and prebented the following preamble
ana resoiuuoo ;
WUekkas, Alderman Walsh and Ooonej
havlnc refused to obey the mandates of said
ordinance; and whereas, said Walsh and
oone,-, unaen asters, saving ieen neverai
lmes summoned before the city recorder to
bow cause under said ordinance why they
tad not made the reaulred report, and bavins
eerai times oeenexcu&ea oy aaia recoruer;
nereiore De it
Jteto vcd, That the recorder be required to
n orce the ordinance, to the lull letter of the
Tne resolution was adopted.
The foil owl nir ordinance by Mr IXF.WliUe
sKn of the rules:
lictolvrdy That the sum of ten thou and dol
lars, or so much thereof as may be necessary
for tbe purpose, be and the same i
berebr appropriated out of any money.
in tbe city treasury as a fund for
Uie purpoe of aiding such as may be deemed
properotects of public charity. The said
nam shall be paid out on the cheeks of the
n lay or. to be drawn on tbe recommendation
of the Howard association, ortbelr relief owin-
tfilttee, rrom time to time, until tuewhoie k
paid oat. That this ordinance take effect from
us uate oi its passage. .
The above ordlnaneeVas sdooted in liu of
tbe following one, offered by Major Busby;
WHiRKAts leiiow-iever is,uejoau quesuon,
n our midst to a considerable extent, and.
whereas, we nave nunareos ot poorwnn
e unable to defray the expense of medical
bills, nurses, medicines, etc-; thetefore. belt
Kc$tirra, mat tne mayor oi our city Deau
lioiized t sneud ten thousand dollars ol city
fond. If found necessary
The board, after referrine theNlcolson nave
mrnt matter lo the finance way and means
"nmmUtee, and transacting, minor affairs,
adjourned to Its regular October meeting. -
Wagoknkr, 2SS Main street, has the
next merehant-tallorincr establishment
the elty: the largrtt assortment of
goods rrebh from the hands of the Im
Trunks. Wholesale and retail. low-
erthAn any houe here or elsewhere, at the
Trunk Factory fi52 Main street
THE DAILY APPEAL
liAB A IiAltGER CIRCULATION
THAN ALL THE REST
JlESlPHia. DAILY PAEERS
OrricK or Boardof Hiai.tii,1
Miss B. Joyce, yellow-fevtT; Martin Rey.
nolds, yellow-fever; James Cotton, cancer;
Mary Adams, colored, yellow-fever; I Will
man. old are; Margaret Kinfoni. Yellow.
fever; Henry Frank, yellow-fever; John
Chrlaine, yellow-fever; Mrs. H. Rellly, yel
lov.favert J- Brown, diarrhea: II I. Tr,
vine, yellow-fever: son of 8. Khodee, cause of
aeaui unanown : uavia oauuweryt-oxpusure;
Joe Wolf, cause of death unluiown; George
mcjterson, colored, yeuow-iciver: tuuu, sis
teen: colored, 2- No report from Walsh.
J. H.JsfJTTALL.lI. ii,
Secretary Bosrd of Jlealth.
FROM THE UNDERTAKERS.
Below we give the name, age, cause of
death, residence and attending physician of
thealfferent persons buried in this dty yey-
Mrs. R. Rellly, age 60, yellow-fever, i8 Third
street, Dra. A. K. laylor and J.H.M uttalL
J. W. Brown, age 3S, diarrhet, stranger from
Arkansas, Dr. Szerenyl. . ' ' -
E. L. Irving, aged forty, yellow-fever, 138;$
rront sireei; ir. uiTusoga.
Son ol B. Rhodes, aged six, cause of death
unknown, wolf river; no pnyiucian.
David Kanlsberr. aeed firtv. neaiect and ex
posure, foot of Washington street; no pby-.
Joe Wolf, adult, causa of death unknown
corner of Market nod Front streets; no phy-
tleorgeDlckerson, colored, ag.sd fifty, yellow,
lever. 15 Madison street; Dr. Kwell.
Willis m H. Ames, aged thlrty-Uiree.braln.
fever, 126 Oayoso street; Dr. 1111am Taylor.
Harry white, colored, aged, teventeen, con.
William Jovee. aired four, vellow.fever.
Front street, between Winchester and Mar
ket streetsr no doctor.
Nellie Shea, aged five, yellow fever,
Fmnt street? llr. A KVTavlor.
Martin Reynolds, aged forty-seven, yell jw-
tever, isi from sireei; ir. nice.
Mr. Reynold, aged IS, yellow-i'ever, 131 Front
sireei;no pnysiaan reporu
Bridget Joyce, yellow-fever, corner of Ex.
change and Front streets: Dr. Morrison.
James totton, aged 13, cancer, Seventh and
Ceel streets : Dr. Bate man.
Mary Adams, mulatto, aced 25, yellow'.fever,
Chapln avenue; Dr. W. U. Hall.
1m Wellman, ged 7, old ag,'Promenade
sireeijitr. uopsoa. - I .
Margaret banford, aged 88, yellow-fever,
corner ni MarKet ana f ront6treets;iir. lrwtn.
Henry Frank, aged , yellow-fever, 30 Mar
ket street; Dr. Wlllet.
John Chasslne, aged 33, yellow-fever, corner
of Third and Auction streets: Dr. Frazier.
Total number of deaths 20. Total number of
detths from y enow-fever, 1 dumber of
colored persons dying- with yullow -fever,
total numtier ot coioxea aying, 3.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
THE FETKn ltS AltKAHSAS.
Passengers yesterday from Little Rock, Ar
kansas, report and deny tbe existence of
yellow-fever In tnat city. One gentleman de
clared yellow-lever existed there, but another
denied It, No reliable Information, as to the
existence ot yellowifaverln LlttleRoek can be
iiadlfrompawcngert. Thereportof yeltow
(fever.in Fulton, the terminus of'the Cairo
railroad, is corroooraiea nv passengers wno
arrived here yesterday.
(.Villi FOR CIIOIr.lt. AXt TKLI-OIV
Editobs Appkai- Our people, who have so
rtcently passed through the deep and bitter
waters oi amicuon irom tne existence oi a
verr malignant form or cholera, learned, on
yestetday, with feelings of profound and un-
aneclea sympathy oi tne surieiingv in your
city from that twin scourge, the yellow-fever.
I was enabled, by assiduous bedside atten
tion to a large number of cholera patients
and an earnest desire to underrtand,
group, and analyze tbe prominent features
of tne disease, to reach conclusions and
adopt a treatment which, has proven emi
nently satisfactory and successful. Under
the use of the means suggested, when
opportunely employed, and In cases un
complicated with any pre-exUUng organic
disease of vital organs, the average mortality
from this pestilence will, I am confident, be
less than ten per cent.
The formula was arranged and adopted be
cause, according to my theory and observa
tions, It fully met the Indications of an ordi
nary case of genuine Asiatic cbolera.
That this disease is the result of a powerful
poison existing in the ntmospheru of Infected
districts or generated within thi system lt-
doubt. Xor have I any more doubt respecting
tutungistii yciiow-iever, lypnu never, sou.
perhaps, a large class of other maladies which
annually arOict some portions of the world.
Accepting this proposition as true, I submit to
my Intelligent professional brethren Is there
any aeent so potent or co reliable In the treat
ment of diseases so originating: aftclorlne"in
Mime one of Its multldorons combinations?"
It is not assumed that the speclBo formula
employed In the treatment of cholera would
prt-ve equally appucaDie'inacaseotyeuow
tever. It mav be found aulte as riotent in the
one as in the other. But In view of tbe pow
erful disinfectant virtues of clorlne, 1 am con
vinced that the formula, or some kindred
combination, containing largely of this
important aeent. will not prove less effec
tual in the treatment of the scourge which
now amicts your people; thus it nas proven
1 n the treatment of cholera. Theso views and
vuereestlons are offered to my intelligent pro
fessional brethren with all becoming defer
ence. The articles hastily prepared by me, In
the midst of the epidemic, on "cholera, its
pathology and treatment, are. but tbe frame
work of a communication which I shall, at
my leisure, offer the. profession through the
medium of the medical press. I do not think
they have been cooled to anv considerable
extent by the western press. A faet I regret
iu view oi me very great la.aiuy wmcn
has markad tbs existence of cholera -at cer
tain points In Kentucky. Asynophlsof them
would, I think, benefit your reader., also of
the admonitory note which I inclose. In con
nection with tne subject matter of that note.
I would simply remark that the mlik-dlet.
under this system of treatment, I do not like,
for reasons which will suggest themselves to
tbe Intelligent medical reader. I should pre
fer when nslnrr these rente-ties, whether In tbe
treatment of cholera or yellow-fever, the em
ployment ot chicken-broth, beef-tes,. essence
of beef, etc. Very, respectfully,
Jojiesbobo, Tins., September 17, 1573.
THE IIOWAKD ASSOCIATION.
The visiting committee of the Howard asso
ciation request all the city physicians to leave
their names and address at the association's
office, No. 12 West Court street, so that poor
ijersuu. can oe supplied wiin meuicai aavice.
u,c. . uuum, vui ireen e ine at
tention of all charitably di. posed physicians
who are willing to lend their servloa and aid
lo the destitute and afflicted. This morning
an ambulance will carrynursesto ttie various
localities assigned them, also to recttiv. such
contributions a3 the citizens will bestow. The
committee urge that groceries, wines and
liquors be given by those who are disposed
Ui aid them In this charltahle work. Hut.li
articles are' now deemed oi much lieneni In
ases of yellow-fever sickness, and can be
used with advantage among the poor ot Hap-
fy HoUow, where disease and death seize
heir helpless and uncared forvlctlmx. Many
(versons in thst locality are dylnn for-the
want of attention, and If this 'be riven, the
disease will not extend beyond it present
.SUBSCRIPTIOX8 TO HOWARD .ASSO
The followlnr subscrtntlont were reeelveJ at
the office of the Howard association yesterday :
II. Jleetl,,. I S,Schoolfield3ananer
where the Hhrevenort refugees, by stage-line.
board tbe train. We understand that many
citizens from Hhreveport have recently gone,
by this route, to St. JjduIs, and fears are enter
tained that trie fever may be communicated
tot e latter city. Owing to tbe well-known
local causes producing this fever and its sup
posed malarial character, this fear Is greatly
enhmred, yet we, ..think nnnecessarllyso.
However strange and peculiar in its .type,
there need be no xreatrfear as tO'ltaiprobable
outbreak, either in St. Louis or the rsilroad
quarantlned dty of Louisville, Kentucky.
ABDrnOSAli BITER NEWS.
For full river news se third page.
Zttvers by Telegraph.
Canto, .September .13 Noon Arrived;
t JosephiBU Louis. 11 pjn.fFJUott,Mem.
pin,' a-m. - jjepanca x ui.y v. riauuwj,
Vlcksburg, U pan.: BU Joseph, Memphis, i
ajn.; Susie Bilver, New Orleans, 4 ajn.; El
liott, -tt, Louis, 8 ajn Night River fallen
2 inches. Weather clear and pleasant. Ar
rived: Grand Tower, Bt Leuls, pjn. Depart
ed: Charles Brown, bt. Louis, noon.
St. Louis. September 18. River falling
slowly. Weather cloudy and warm. Arrived:
Belle Memphis. Memphis. Departed: John B.
Maude, New Orleans; Carrie Kounlz,New
Orleans; Capital City, Vlcksburg, .
Tocisvii.lx, September 18-Rlver falling,
with Z feet 0 inches In tbe canal, 12 inch
es In tbe pass. Weather clear and pleas
ant. The steamer John Howard laid up at
Port'and to-day. The Ada Hellman Is ensr
lered by the Louisville and Hendersan pack
et company, to rut during low water. Ar
rived: Job ullowurd, Mempbis.
Cicti.-ATI, September lS-IUver fslllng,
wlthSjj feet in the Channel. Weatherfclear
BeDtember 18. Weather
No arrivals. Departed: Mary Alice
WE ABE NOW OPENING THE LARGEST SfOCK OP
and btrges, St. Louis.
yiOKSBUBQ, September 18 Weather cloudy
and pleasant.- River, fallingliJ No boats
down. Up: Henry Ames, Cltysof 'Helena,
Nashville, September 18 River declin
ing, with 23 inches on Harpetli shoals.
Weather -clear and pleasant.
PrrrsBnao. Hentember IS. River .falling
slowly, -with 21 inches, in the channel J
weather clear and pleasant: v
. 'EvAK8Vii.LiJ?eptember IS "Weather cloudy
and pleasant. Mercury l to 6". River lallen
3 Inches. No arrivals or departures except
packets. The Louisville packet Gray Eagle ft
aground at Templetown.
WiairtSGTOS, September 18. For New ling
land States, on. Friday,, fresh and occasional
brisk winds, veering to west and northwest,
lower temperature, end clear or partly clomly
weather. ' "
For the middle States and lower lake re
gion, fresh and oceostonat brisk winds, veer
ing to west and northwet,lower temperature,
partly cloudy weatber, and possibly occasion
al light rain, exceptfor the southern portion
of the co.t.t, where easterly winds and light
rains are probable.
For the south Atlantic and gulf States,
east of the Mississippi, cloudy .weather, r:dn,
and northerly to easterly winds, Infi-wi- los
in force in the latter, south of wllioii udl
turbance of some character now exists
For Tennessee and Ohio valley, wind, shift
ing to westerly- and northerly, faUIue tem
perature, and partly cloudy wtatbe: , with
probsblv occasional llghtraln-
From Missouri to the upper lake", low tem
nerftture. northerlv to westerly winds, di-
tinlshlngto fresh 'and geutlf, mil clear or
iraru civuuji nnuici.
EVES mSOUGMT HO TMJM MARKET,
, - - cosiNl is part of
150 CASES PBDiTS.
200 BALES BROWN D011ESTICS.
.. 100 CASES BLEACHED DOMESTICS. ,
40 CASES BLEACHED AND BEOWN SHEETINGS.
75 BALES OSNABUBOS.
0 CASES PLAIDS.
40 BALES TICKINGS.
. ' - v25 BALES DRILLS.
20 CASES CHECKS, ETC.,
IN ALL THE LEADING AND POPULAR BRAND?
- 75 caea Joans.
40 bales Red Flannel.
40 bales WMto Flannel.
25 cases Cotton Flannel. ...
10 cases Opera and Fancy Flannels? ' '
" ' ' 25 cases Linses.
25 cases White Blankets. '.
f 50 bales. Colored Blanlcets. """
40 bales Bed Comforters ,5Etc,
OUR STOCK; OF
Galvestox, September 18. Cotton quiet;
good ordinary , llc Net receipts, J532 bales.
ilTports cosstwise. 13 bales. Kales, 45 bales.
Stock, 5152 bales.
Mobile. September IS. Cotton unlet: f&ii
demand; middling, ISc; low middling, 16
iXt. mvu. nw.,nnnr lM V.l I , .
21 bales; exports c astwise,CO bales. Sales, 220
Daies.r;locK,.oaie. , n ,
. CnAaLESTos, September 1& Cotton quiet;
mlddllni7?4c:-.low middling, 17Wcj .trfct
gouu orutaary, ii3c i.ei reveipis, vu tut-;
f ross receipts Dtji bales. Sales, 200 bales, fcwck,
Savanvaii. , Sentember; IS. Cotton tin-
changed: middling-, 17Kc. Net receipts, 1SS
bales; sales, CM.hales; stock, aau bales.
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, SHAWLS, CLOAKS,
BOULEVARD AND BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Will be found complete and replete with all the Novelties of the Season. A full line of
WHITE GOODS, LINENS
House - Furnishing
OI- OTJBL OW-fXr XTVT-r'lOX.'Ja-'I'IOIJ.
A LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
VELVETS, VELVETEENS, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS, LACES
FOB NEW ORLEANS.
Reeiilag Seinptile sunt Xetr Orleans
facts et 4arlns (bet Besasa-For Vleks
burg.Natchez, new: Orleans and aU Bead
and Plantation Landings.
Btr. JOILS B. UAVUZ I. F. Noel, master
Alf. anssotn clerk.
This palatial passenger steamer
will leavs asaoova
8ATUIWAX, September 2SUr, al
if or rrsurnt or pasaage apply ia
JOHN T. WAUlUNOTOS. Agent,
U Madison street
Bit. This U the first trip of tbe season. Due
notice-will ce hereafter given of her regular
days of departure, if any change Is made, and
a regnlarschednle of tlma published. setft
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
tlemphia and Bt, Louts Pacltet Company
For Hickman, Cotnmbus. Cairo and St. Louis
steamer sr. JLmr.1 it.
E. Grar . master.
Leaves aa above THIS DAY, Septemb
at a o cwes pan,
sepl AD. STORM, Treasurer.
HempaJa and at. aVoala IaeBet Company
V. B. Hail Use,
For Helena, Chicot, ureenrlile, Vlekaburz
and War Landings.
etr.CTTT OF VICKSBt'RO,
i. i.tj . .-. at i n.
Leave TU5 DAY. Sept. lIHh. allw
seplS AD. STOi'.M. Treasurer.
Memnblaand HUttaatu Packet Company
For Helena, Chicot, UreenvlUe, Mrkabarg,
and Way Landings.
Btearner CAPITAL CITY, . .ft
Leaves SUNDAY,Sept.21iit,at In s m.
sat Ai. STOUU. Treasurer.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
nempnla and Arkansas Elver packet
Cov-Cnlted Stale Sail Line.
For Pine Bluff and Little Rock and all points
tbrougb to Fort Smith.
Btr.rOKTUinsOX, .. . UrfHn, master
lieares positively SATURDAY, . ,fT 'a
tjeptember ;oih, at S o'cloek P ni ff liimiTilBM
JOHN N. IIAKBIK, Agent, otaceto
Company's WBarfboat, foot of Court street.
FOR "WHITE RTVEK.
Memphis and White Klver Packet Co.
U. M, Hall Unew Tbe new steamer
City of Augusta, j:sE
31. It. Hamr.-. master j EU. C Tf.ii
leaves SATURUAT.beptemberKh. a; 5 pan.
vpO rromenfulta foot of JAtTerMHi
TO THE TRA
THE ATTENTION OF BCHANb
-IS CALLED J0 OUR
- 02T" -
OSNABUEGS, PLAIDS, LTNSETS,
Flannels, Georgia Twills,
JEANS AND GASSIMERES,
3E3irniS AND TICKSBUE0 1'KT CO.
For Helena, Friars Point, Rspoleon,
and Che lSeuds.
UNITED BTATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON,
..Str. A. J. White
&BBtVK. Mark R. Cheek master.'
Leaves TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at Spun.
a ciers. will oe ionna at tne nig rea w naji-
boat to receive rreignt at ail umee.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
JEt. W. CHEEK, Sup-t,
ser No.0nt Front street.
A. B. VACCAiO
A. VACCAEO S CO.
Importers and Sealen la
Nn. S24 Front StTPet. - tfemoriU
0UL LETT'S DIPR0TED
LIU BT DRAFT
WE INVITE SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR
I -1 : '
Jahes O. Pur.CE. HXKBY F. Dix.
PXEISCE & DIX,
ATHOEiVEYS - AT - I.AW,
43 1-2 Madison street,
MEMPHIS, ::::::: TENNESSEE
COMPRISING THE LATEST AND CHOICEST DESIGNS OF THE LEADING
ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN MANUFACTUItEI. S
t A careful inspection nf our Stock and Prices Is respect
J. HIS GIN is an IMPROVEMENT upon the
"STEEL BswUSH," by the subsUtuUon Ota
Steel Comb or Beater for the additional
bras lies of the "Steel Brush," thus greatly
lessening the draft and increasing the speed
of the machine.
The Steel Beater is. worthy of high cotulde-
ratlcn, as the fibre, Instead of being thrown
at once, as by ordinary gins, Willi considera
ble dirt and debris into the lint-room, Is held
by it, being cleansed by repeated Instead! of
as In ordinary gins, a single action of the
We gusrantee tbe quality and yield equal
to that of any other gin.
Call to examine samples and obtain circu
lars at our store. No. 37 Cnlon street.
au2S fVICHS. TEBBY A CO.
THE CHAMPION SIN"
SlHlfcluO.jp - AUTUMN AI
242 & Main Street, cor. Jeflerson.
Kahn A Frlberg 101
Juhu tiaiton &0
V P.Fuchs;. 5
II. B. Packer A Co 20
w. t. Avery . aa
and emnloves 74
Harris. MaJlorvaCo. 19
Shane. Harris A Co. . 10
- z Rutland, Graham. &
Ofiice, cor. LewlsandJO'Fallon streets, l
ST. IiOTJIS, - - - MO. j
Crcshet!, Fdirilered, Cat.Loaf and Rnm-
uiuteu jusar. imiie.anu. tciiOTTi ,
Coffes .Snsar, :f-
In barrels and half barrels.
GOLDEN SYRTJP & STRUP 0IASES
In btrrels, half-barrels and kegs,
always on hand.
Orders addressed to FDWARD Y. WARE,
Secretary, wUl receive prompt attention.
I rice lists will be sent when desired.
IMPORTER AND DE4LER IN
.We thave leceived an un
usually large' andattractlYe'
stock: or staple sjuiuancyi
f-Ury Goods ai3fI"i6U6Bs7'
which we offer, to merchants
only, at prices that'eannot
' fail to give satisfaction.
'4? via! 1
Wlt-LIKM R. MOORE -& GO.
209 Main Street.
M. L. iiEACHAil. .
A. W. R0BKBTS.
E. E. VKAtTTTA V
iloS jlaln St., Mcruplilg, Tcnn.
tii J. A. Lofton s Co . . "S
S.8tslley. 21 J. F. Dowdy & Co, ..10
Amounts collected by B. P. Anderson and J,
, Murphy, of tbe citizens committee:
Lou Leubrie Lt2MJ.K.Godw!n&Cotl0
U Ii-Ricbards 25UV. Fowlkesi "
llsppeck. . 10 E.SIcDavltt . 10
S. C. Campbell S Cash 3
asw, 1 J.J. Freeman 2il
i'etut Simpson..... 10iccuraluun 5
j. aiurDnv - 10 uasn i
A. Lowrenzl , 1 W. It. Cunningham S
Manhattan Bauk 0
&9IW. c Moaurn. 10
10 AttonBond... 2
10 Martin Urlrnn lo
Memphis ArrKAi. 10' H. KUarth , 10
D. A. Clarke A Co lOKw.Mliler .. S
Cash .. , 7 It. II, Vance a
U.K. Jackson 10:8. Sterberg . 2
r. U. Terry
John Overton, Jr
, i- raoioni.
A. ti TreadweU
Allison Bros. W
"wen, itcNutt A Co- 10
Sara Gammon . 1
z.ijs: Ktes. 51
M, L. Aleacham A CoSe
fi. Falls & Co , 10'
Tom Sale 10
Reed, Buckham A
Co .... J
Stewart, (J Wynne t
Co . . 14
Brocks, Neely ft Co 25
Fargason A Clayw ., 5
Foster, Keelhoxer &
.u.u. ......., IV
F.M. White A oo; 10
Uharles rata L2
Ford, Porter A OoJIW
W. P- iloore-ti
Haiiil Power Platform,
- . " :ifANUFACTURED.!BY rw
ST AMES L. HAVEN & CO.,
50 I'lnui Street, Cincinnati.
w. We cannot give details in an advertise
ment. All weas&ls a comparison of o'ur ma.
chines with others. ' sepH
Chamlier of Commerce.
ItnE Annual Election for the BOARD OF
OFFiCtRS and COMMITTER ON AP
PEALS or the Chamber or Commerce, will be
held at the Chamber or Comnierce,a08 Front
street, on -luniiAX, ifar between thej
honrscr 10 o'clock a.m. and 3 o'clock pan." j
Tbe,Commlttee. on Nominations: t H.-1-Don-corn
Chairman, Thos. if. Alien, W.f. 1
.U ... ... . , ... iuuh, a. . . n.T j , ucuij . . .
s4Mattiu. met u Krlday. 12th Inst., and made I
2Sj nominations a it Uows,vn: (
t ' r
-BE; X,: MKB
in Kale Groee
J. B. POSTON. L ,
, f--r i
iMAM Sl 'CO..
And Cotton Huller
For '3 Inning Cotton, with or without previ
ous picking from the boll. First Premium
(Blue Ribbon Diploma) awnrded to It at the
Louisiana State Fair, .priI,lC0.
I have taken the General Agency ror the
sale of the above Gin, and have one on exhi
bition at my office,
ST-. 33 TTnir-.-n St.
Where my friends and the public are invite
to call and examine into its merits as a
GREAT LABOR SAVER.
W. B. OA BREATH.
NJ3. This Gin la particularly adapted to
Horse Power. aula.
rs k 1 km
No. 9 UNION STREET- Itieaipliis, Teim.
12 arejipenlng tbe Fall Trade with a newfcind well selected slock which is now complete,
having been mirehased before the reeent advance. We offer USTltA INnrrrEMKXTM
lu-BAtlUINO.-TlES, BACON, SUGAR.-COFFEE, UYKUIU and TOBACCO, as well as a fun
line of other goods. o--- -.
-r W33 3Xs TO Ttr it s-f-i a -fvrT-e. tfir,T.Y -,
I s. ..-"
CARRDNGTON MASON, .-N.
Costumes, D'Arcy's Den, 377 Haln.
Tub cheapest and best Stea m Dyeing
asd Clsasixo Home in the city u at
SM fccond street, Hunt Hanson's bid
Stand. HANSON A WALKER.
Kew fall goods not? 0
wniuaii k, no. i juam suri
W.y.. MITCHEL-'S scliool,S03 ThTtBstr
Beautiful colors of tbe "fashionable
shades lost received from Europe at the
Memphis Bteaoi Dying EstabUuiment, ta
Madison street. I'mrnoi, laces, velvets, kid
gloves, curtains, cloaks, Hiavls, etc- beauti
fully cleaned or dyed.
imja ir-ag. 'fl
Annstrone'i PhotoeranhiQ nallnrv.
No-ZU MalnHreot. , Three IaulUess,geiatple' ,
turn for any oetfta. ' J j )
Have you laid in
at &i ceuts from
ST. BEuNABl)""C0AI ASSOClATIONl
CSE AKD'S IRON TONIC BITTEBS
To fortify the system against
CONUESTIVE FET2i AND El'IDEiUCS.
A Double Blfssinq Is he who
provides well for the present, and who leav
eth an Inheritance" to represent him when he
la none. At age thirty .nve a "policy for ten
thousand will cost one hundred and fifty dol
lars on the renewable-term-plan of the Mound
City Life insurance company, Tbe difference
between the annual payments, al mutual and
renewable term rates, deposited In a savings
bank from year to year, and -accumulated at
tlx per cent interest, will, In twenty-five
yea amount to over three thousand six hnn
gi red dollsrs; equivalent to an annual dividend
Akhflve per cent Thts is quite a sum to save
t tr present use wnitst keeping in force ail tnt
time a iiollcy for ten thonsaud dollars of beli-
AH1.E utDKXMiTY The company furnishes
the strong guarantee or a capital paid In of
HAX.F A xilxjon uoLLAKs, and a reserve sur
flclent to provide a ratio or assets to liabilities
or tll; or, for every two of liability, SIM of
assets. - '
l-Urthcr Inrormation as to the company or
Its plans will be cheerfully furnished by
Colonel James L Williamson, Hon. Jacob
Thompson, 1 harles Kortrecht, Kaq Mr. W. P.
Deadrlck, Dr. A. A Burlesou, lleurv C. 8teev
er, Major J. W, States, and many other large
policy and sfntKiawdexj In Memphis rand no
objection will be made to forwarding applica
tion! Xor policies, by J. B. Oliver,- manager
MempMi department, Kl Madison street.
iryon want to nlreor boy a coodsad-rtle-borse,
(to to llall 4t Co S3 Union
Go to Led Jin's Rusi nesa College.
The .Memphis SUtam Dying tab-
Ilshmrnt, a Madison street, is In full blast for
be fall season. All work done to perfection
,t the following moderate prices! Gentle
men, wear "Cleaned a whole suit, 93 00;
pants, tl 0U; coat, fl 50: vest, 60c. For dying
blark or brown M 60, - K to whole suit.
Oat-fi fej'liant,$rW:Vet,75a. Ladles and
children's wear cleaned or dyed In proportion.
Instead of Bitter'usb Sweet ftpiv
Professob , J". Mook will open his
Dancing "Academy at S Second 'street tn a
(t rntlsukn who wish to dress ele
gantly, and at the same lime savemoney,
should go at once to Waggener's, Mam
st. Je. ls,dolng a a O. D. biitlnoss-np
badaebts; small profits,
, Dr. BnciuasuANi's Antl-hillous Bit
ten, I ndo-Americana, only thing Aellinsnow
everywhere for the cure of llverdtsease. Alan
nfaclory, SO Vance street.
FRBSiroYBTERS received daily fit Vic
tor D. Fuchs's, II Jefffcrson street.
tJSE WILLIAIIS'S BALSAM OF WILD
For Coughs, lold, Bronchitis and Oontump
t in. Warranted the greatest remedy In the
world. For sale by all urugjisu.
A STATEMENT OF FACTS,
EnifORSt AtFEAtIn reDlvtothe edltoriah
of iheiAFFxA-or this mbrning, r would say
the business of the board of health Is to loak
after Ihe sanitary condition of the city, not
mo commercial interests, mx weeks ngo tne
health officer foreshadowed the present can-
dttlcn of the city through his official report to
the city counoil, and urged sanitary mttasares
which he regarded of vital Importanai to the
health of the city. The city government
ignored these proceedlDga, and the -press con
damned it- What more could he doT He Is
powerless to act without the co-operation of:
the city government, -not being clothed with,
any power whatever,
in reference to the mortuary report, every .
exertion has been mads to furnish a correct :
one. -Messrs. Hoist A Bro- and Flahtrty A
Co bave always furnished their re pert in a
courteous and business-like manner, and In
every Instance furnished the physicians' cer
tificate of the -auso or death- John Walsh,
an undertaker, and also alderman fnmi the
first ward, has never yet furnished a complete
report, lie has been arrested three times and
returned before the recorder, and there is at
resent a warrant ror bis arrest: also, Cooney
Bro , who have failed to make regular re
ports, and If thslawls not .enforced by city
officials, the secretary of the board of health
Is powerless to act. In reference to thu pub
lishing or the names or those wbo have died
or yellow-fever, or from any other cau le, the
1 ' CAPTAIN .il.'PETTIGREfw
' DCrrWRTER. "
!.? BERNVVRD ZOWENSTEiN.
R. f. Bisk.
. " rKTBKASl'UEIt:
JOHN T. WILLINS.
JAMES ELDER." F. T. 12BLKTT;
THAD. SSELY. Rja.URAIQ.
: "v "NV'.W.SCHObLFIELD."- '
Attest . J. H . MARTIN,
sepU Secretary on Nominations.
THE flrrrf of.RElDtd JBROj was dissolved
5 September J, lS7ibyImutualonsent, ,WJ
I RKiUbavtng dl.posedbUiia entirelnterestj
in saiauirin toir .1 . uti u,Twnot assumes
llabmtfcgaodlaialono aathorlred tajcolli
meoutsianuing ucdui aue me nrm.
E. P. REID.
W. L. RfedD.
E. P. REID & 00.,
(Saccessori tQEeia & i!rotlier)r
boardof health never has oblected to tbt Dttb- I fiFlVKR aTiiPHnTtniTK. TIRATiKHS
Ucation, and the reporter fbrany paptir cana . - - -
obtain a list at any llniehecallsforit.. 8 5 AND
J. II. JU Il.iLL,
Secretary ot the Board of Health.
t -V f. It.
No. 9 Madison Street, Jlcmplils.
rReprescntlng tne following First-Class Fire and
U.'..' -: -Marlne-CoinpaDles:
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NET TORE.
Assets 1 81,408,573.
IMPERIAL INSURANCE COMPANI, OF LONDON.
Assets. 88,000,000. N, X
NIAGArI INSURANCE C6MPANT:
" Resource. 1-64,000,0007 "
ANITATTAN JNSUBANCE COMPANY., u
$303,000. KaSa. Cv.
OBSEE COTTON PRESS,
f W ILL, as heretofore, devote my persona.
L attention to the manufacture of this
WROUGHT IRON SCREW PRESS, as it
now surpasses all others, both for hone and
steam Dower. I am 1.t.rmt-Mt that it . -i .
i conUnue to do so, and sustain the unrivaled
caaracier inas it nas attainea ana to which
It Is lustlr entitled.
I also manufacture that extraordinary and
most wonderful machine, tbe Cheek Cotton.
Ntalb Crustier, which must necessarily sn- '
percede all hand labor for clearing oft the old
All orders for either the Press or Cmshei
mtut be addressed to
i FORD, PORTER A CO
. 35 Union street, Memphis, Tenn.
M. V. CHEEK. Patentee.
i THE REYNOLDS IMPROVED
Is on Exhibition and for sale at Swift's Iron
and Steel Works,
No. 19G Jlaia Street, Memphis, Tenn.
mHIS celebrated Press Is now- sn fmnrn-mt
A as to work by steam, hand, or horse power.
It La the most simple and easily-worklng Press
now in use. Send for circular ana price-list.
We have also the largest stock of Bar, Band,
Dosp, Sheet, and Boiler-Iron, south of the
Ohio river, which we offer for sale at the
lowest possible rates. Our iron Is manufac
tured at Newport. Ky and we guarantee it to
be or first-class quality.
angl JllIlM HAMflfltE, Agent.
FRENCH, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
FRENCH AND ENGLISH CHINTZES,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS,
Mm Underwear Etc.
Adapted to the wants of FINE RETAIL TRADE, which our superior
facilities in the Eastern Jlarkets enable us to
OFFER AT LOW PTGURE'S!
ORDERS SOLICITED and PROilPTLY ATTENDED TO
281 and 263 Main Street, Cor. Court.
FARGASON & CLAY
Wholesale Bracers & Cotton Factors
MAXUFACTCRERS A HUNTS FOR
Beawoocl Ironwor3 NTxils
And the Celebrated Rrand GAMECOCK BA6GOG,
W ODB NEW STORE,
369 FRONT ST. AND 32 CLINTON ST COR, 6AY0S0,
ET3 Oar stock lo
we reel r re pared fo
r Laberal Caavu Auy-jiee oa Conslsnment.
iplete In every respect, qualUis aaylatfcSa-0l.Hl
u inter boldness.
MEMPHIS ROLMIfe MILLS.
31. J. TV ICKS.
J. C TERRY,
. 31. I, Vt'ICKS.
CSnceetsors to 3f. J. WICKS A. SIM),
-LANUFACTDRERS AND DEALEKS IX
t. - sizes-
PACIFIC MUTUAL INSURANCrKCOr(MARINE). .Mf. '
i. ' '
Facilities for effecting all classes orrlsks are not "
a .excelled In theclty -?5 I .-.. x
Certlncates Usuedcovertng cotton shipped to
European ports madei payable to'conslgnee, w .-
and IN GOLD, If desired.
All rates Fire, Inland and liarlne adlos ted to -"" h '
thehazard. lf-i" ,r:e
TWO ihportast qcestioss AllOUT
TEllo w-rr. t Kit.
T nnantinrf nn. rt IK. c A test reatllslteS
tor the cure of yellow-lever is a full-length
mustard bath. Can any one tell me where '
such batn-tubs can be ootainea ior ine tuuer
ersT I think there are very few In the ouses
of llneh and Happy Hollow. Cannot acorps
I I IU1UM1KU .U. HI. .w - .
these tubs on application? I am wllilbg to
make one of the corps. .
Another Question I would .asks Worn an
exposition Is opened In any clty. the raJJroaa
companies reduce the fare. Will they Uo so
now, and give the ponrer class sm opportunity
Of saving their pvosT HUOH IAIit Y.
' ' Troi3iCErontSt5acipu;Ten.
Tfoi 31C Erptit St Mcmpuls; '.
Order, and consignments' sollcltet
. TTUOLESALE DEALER IN
INSURE WITH THE
' Ofllce-5 L2 MADISON ST,
I MEiTPHIS, i j i t j TENWXSSZE
J. J. BUSBY, President,
j; W. JEFFERSON, Tico-rres't
G. W. L. CROOK, Secretary.
TTT? TTOrrO-E-S :
1 BAR IRON, LIGHT RAILS, IT0.
Gnllett's IraproTtl Cotton (Jin acd ryes', aaliM'
Steel Brash (Jin, Deering' Ilorse PoTfer, Cofe
jaaa'a Cora Mill, Utica Straa EB;inceV U
Monntaln Iron Ferns as, Bay- Sprieg
RAILROAD SUPPLIES, HEAVY BiRDFARli',
ICaol.ory, XCvilja, Etc,
ON ilOST FAVORABLB RATES.
No. 37 Union Street, Iempni? Tcnn.
Between Stain and Second.
X. U. KIRTLANlrj
m a mm,
Doors, Saslt and Blinds, Holdings, iaming Lumljr and Lattice,
109 & 111 Union St., below Second, SaTenipliis.
ariii.T.s cTT to onniavw
U1U ILL U IU1U 1UJJUUUU
Eader & Rieilersh,
STAB PLANING- MILL
858, 36, 362, 364, 366and 368S?iond sfa eet
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Issue, pontes upoTTlre. Marine and In-. D00IlS' GLAZED SASH, BLINDS, I01HJ)INGS, FLOORING BIT.
ind Rlss.rXses promptly adjusted and I n. . . ' uuni, xii v.
.u u amci.room.aai ana asc, Second Btrcct. 3Icmp.il
J. J. BUSBY, onratttiy, Johnson 4 Co.-
J. W. JEFFERSON of J. W Jefferson. Co.
T. B. DIIiLARD, Cotton Factor.
Q. V. RAMBAUT, of E. M. Apperson 4 Co. 1
J. T.JEFFERSON, or Jefferson "A Edrtngton.
J. N. OLIVER, of Oliver. Flnnfe A Co.
JONATHAN 1UCE, of Rier, BUx A Co.
TI?JrHSIITISG AHD PUATEil.- '
Whereas It beeometh all people humbly to
acknowledge their dependence upon Al-mi-hi.
rC. !.. nler Af ttie worId.Tana the
superintendent of all the affairs of men, both
Seat and small, and especially, 10 uuwoie
emselves before-him. in Umesof trouble;
and whereas, one portion of our city in now
afflicted by the existence- of yellow-lever,-!
creating distress, alarm and death,- .
Now, thtrefore, I, John Johnson, mayor of
the city of Memphis, Issue this, my proclama
tion, calling neon the people of the city to
humble themselves by fasting and pryir,by
Coulessinjf their sins and transgreanoixt to
Almlgbty Ood. and praying him to remove
the acllcMon of disease from tn and rtsurs
health and prosperity to our people, and "that
Friday .the nineteenth Instant, be set apart for ,
thinurDoae.ana that all places of baIntttje
closed for the above-named purpose 'miring-
the hours oi ptutic Bervtcp. ana
; i ia- - :
health and prosperity to our people, and "that
Friday .the nineteenth Instant, be set apart for
this purpose, and that all places of buslnt Mb,
loursof public semca, and that the rev
erend, the clergy, are hereby requestta to
bold appropriate sertrfes In their cfiuren at
Ffttt-Day services will be held la the Central
Raptlat church, th la morning at eleven o'oio :,
by Dr. Landium, pastor.
In vcmplian ce with the proclamation o C the
TXIU 18 1
, 2 00
Kunday (for dubs of Five or more).-, a 00
aiiy tsixpapersj iv uu
Weekly (for Clubs of live or more)
.206 MAIN STREET.... ,
TreTOencloTis chilli, irt Prices.
- miu . i.t. m n i mo . i-
X sea promptly adjusted and
Insurance of Dwellings and Contents m
BOLE AGENTS! FOR THE
CELEBRATED HAHnaAi AND OTUDAD CIGARS
;Fiftj BraniSs -kesi Cigars"
MXF.CJIANTS.vlaiUng the city wlU Ond it to iheir infliestioexamlneSn
-De: ore purchasing sew here. ..... s
Agents f?r Choice Virginia Tobacco.
. B. BASTEK.
T. B. TKEZEVAKT.
-WHO LF-S ALID K.1 1.T.KS J3f-
tCZQABS, PIPES, 3TC1
33S HCaia Street, Mempliis, Tennessee.
360 & SG2 Fre'nTSfc, jlemphis,
OFFEE.Td THE .TRADE, sUowest inarkel
prices, a large ttoc of
Uiagglng-SISi ; rfTIes and"Ballng Twine :
Syrups and Molasses-. Coffee, Tobacco and
'Cigars, Whiskies andjjlnes;
Salt, Nails, Lard, llackereL Soap, starch and
Handles. KArrttnM .n.l rni.i. A
And, a large assortment of CASS GOODS and
such other articles as appertain to our busi
We make the sale or
COTTON A SPECIALTY,
CHICEASAW IRON 1 0111
EASfDLE &, HEATH, -
98, lOO, 104 and lOG Seeond Street
48 AD 51 Wrjr CH2STER STREET, '
3kni?r3. . 3 a vsEXBnsnaa&yg
Maaufacttrreri ot -achlnery.Steam Engines. Saw-inn. . -",
AU kinds of.Steami cat. Railroad and aeaerstlt.t .. ,m.
and irou l.astlns, and all kinds or WilaSht ' Iron Wnrlr222r " (.. .
P'd tor Old lir-PBVy--- WT7
Profestor orsitule In all J Branches,
Is prepared to ly-lruct pupils is
Tocal ?r Instrninental Music,
AtHOLLENBERU'S MUSIC STORK, st Sec
Ohd street, or at the residence of anmJcarTii
To such as desire it, he Is al? prfStred S
S l 1M in ihe ART UF COMVOaiTION
i . a'. -" wiw received at Hoilsn.
J berg's, as above, and. be promptly attendid ito
postte CcSrt S-Lsri SJ--r; P-
dSrUCnlar PM to Ser,.,
Aei ii t.-S J!:
P-rtie-l -ifaajr a.uij i.ix. ur
IL A -e ii . n