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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-THUBSDAY, KOYEMBEB IS, 1873.
C. A. LEFFINGWELL
TIM yeu and talented actor,
MR. TKAXU EVANS,
FOR ONE fftEK ONLY.
Wednesday nnd Tlmrs-lay, November
mh nud 13th,
X'rMajr sd Mlurday,XoV.Htb nnd 151 1
TICKET OF LEAVE,
i AMILY MATINB8HATURDAY, AT 2 P.M.
BosafBee open from a.tn. to 3 pjn.
vrrW. U. P. wuvkbh. vonbay.nov ktk.
S-lKAIM-fturt of a lady's 5oWctbl5i,,J;
J , ,iMe tassel on, either at corner o)
V si "and loth court or In Poplar street car.
V. v-a. - -
OY A boy between the age of IS and Ik
ore. Apply at
-TAR 1 1
LOTHIXG HOUSE. 889 Main ft.
HITS WOT A Tktte bay. It to i s year
lo da zoeerot oasework. Mas
c imc well tew dot AMly
.MPUOYMKKT-EmpteyBeBt by a .firsl
j r asm aoamotoat. Apply ror two days a
Taj. HilMDHIX. CAfTI-r. w -
AIRY Want to boy a wall dairy A.!
niWO WOMEN-Two woesen.one to coofcand
1 the other w dining-room awvanu tl
- . g hi yen. " .
V AWTED-BOAR AND ROOMS-For si n
YV le rro tj.ua n tt-eias board with
.,!-rinSM too n, located within '
-tape or Coot ljire. Address
M.. Appeal Office.
1i I LOR Wasted, a good tailor, one acriif
toned aareaaarlBR preferred. J,d waite-
HANr-ON A WALKSK,
Mn Ilyerx and Cleaners, 1i second m
OiK A rt-da cook to o lo a large
hotel In the Interior. Good wes liven
riooaw Waastetl. mawinte family. on n
i single room or rooms, wibn
rM BOX i fowHaw, cuy .
. TUATION A situation as boosekeeper b
rs lady In a private laniily. Rereroee
. en and reqaired. Apply at foMONEOK.
- a KTDi TO REST-About M or 15 aeret
: mnd land. Mil table fjr Kardes, with
i Klerate laaatoveaaeata, "irtMiln two jnn
f ( ny. Address
soil I. J. P this office.
i X-K A cook for a family In the country
rrtr at Xtii SW1: COTTAGE,
jJu M4 aelby wreet.
tttHITB WOMAN -A white woman to dc
W the work of a small famt y. German oi
SW,-CK CO. 13
W 'elSo-1 v1.iSd&n
IntelliCee OMee, "jegerMm street.
O I TU ATKN A altoatkm a preacrlpttoi
3 drnritat by a physician who is a graduate
11-P. M- Madfeon, Arte.
I IIItndTtr DiwNCK I wnat to eorrespoiHJ
, with wtBMi destriag I invest it t-t
. i:!HrM.LW'a property. 1 bave Jocatec
Loais a a PtmCKAStJfe AeajfT of ret;
..and intend to and good bargains i.
u Utiea far enatomers. H. B. WADDlLU
, .f aleaaphta. 1 Market street, at. Lou a
v w-FILlXU. lEln-awsa day to file a.
. i cents per saw, one-quarter of the pro
of which I will give to the Howard Ah
..Uon. S. W. UICICMAN,
. , Cor. Main and Georgia htreeU.
T raaCOIS wasting Bored Wells, call at
w VtfD-HA"D KUKXITCRK, Feather.
-.4 Hosaehotd Ouuda of all kind, boogb
. 6tret. H. T. SiyMOTT .
!-StTORii, ETC 1 pay the highest
, rlea lor aMond-hand fornltare, atcTeft.
earneu, etc- at 1 Seeood street.
: ; mT'SB A aoodbonae,7room!S and kitchen
1 aad Bxturek. ADtuyai
; TAOS A cottage on Union street, N
"s aaouins i room-. Apply to
JOB. TAfaG, 343 Male.
L xwa.and nteewi rv oat-bon-t-i aad cl
wtt tar 4 acrec of bind, if feared, neai
llaleigb road and fl MatiOBS on M.and
abt n miit frcm the elty. ApplTb'
.HKYBSET L. KEKR. !i7 Moby srwl.
. KK Three desirable stores with oiBt
p atabKwn Front Ktreet. between Jrllei
and Court; aim one al No. 11 Jetfeiwn
Apply to Jos. 1. Andrews sctroni
l a to it o cwck a. m. iiw
- ,-ATMilMJ BOOHE A derimbledweiliiar
n Madlaon street, near railroad
ne; bonae contains Mvea roonw, has Hot
. nnd kh'de tree, and good ont-hous.
OWilLL ItHAW. A tt.
. rrAUE Cottoiie reoidenci
( .: Looney switch, Rernndo road. Appl
av. F.SMITH, m Main i4reet.
rSTBY REIlt"CE The country rel
d-nee of the late Major K. A. Beecher, oti
old Baitdfjh road, about V:, miles from th
Haa a new and comfort uble rexidenre.
h all naeeasary oat -bom-; about SSa.-re
: prepared lor garden purpoeee, with pleul j
A0Jed land. Ternw reasonable. Povri
i viven inunedlalety. Apply to
BEliCHaJt A FESTR, Attorneys,
Irving Btoek, Necond street.
t OVSB A deeimbie botw on the line of
I a Hernnndostreetrallway.withintenraln
- v ark of Ooart sanare. New ltoase, lned
Mile.aad one of the healthier leealtil-
ihe'ett) : right roonm, bathioom and sni r
.in, excelleBt water, good able. Apply l
S. L MOORE, aM Mnln lAre-t.
REIDKKCE That nne renldei.ee on the
Old Rataagh Koad.Jat outaide clly Hum .
own a the '-Leath Plaee," containing li
- m beaidas aervantl looms, line stable and
ihonata; mvb acrrn trroaud attached to
mUea.aod wore can be rented if desired
coamiww to the city, and being tree
via epidemic, renders It a very d&4jrable
iaily i4Moi!. Apply at UMON.
r 1 OtTUB "o t Jetlereon street extended .
A 1 in a wot desirable neighborhood, Willi
enn KM aa)oinin. awjuj
FFIOES AND MLEKP1NG KOOMS-At
SI and kxmau sm.
' lOTTOK OFFJCie; De-lrable eotten offlee
. ' in tho Stonewall Block, Xo. II Union street.
M. U MKACHAM A CJ.
OlTAGBCottage, next to corner of Her
j nando road and
Chaolu avenue, 0 lr
J. K. BIG LOW, 2 Main M.
(" i !T AGES Three eoUgit,in good oiOe-.
, on Walker av no. froallBg on llemmndu
'eet railroad, nar the reldenceof (Japtain
. v-pu Inor,m.d couvctitent to Mate Ke--..
ule OwHege. Apply at . t'Nl OX street.
I KslLHO.CE A good briek two-htory rei
I deatee, wtth etcnt wobw, good water uw
jxl oonwonienow. So. KS Shelby street. AImi
want to Mdl fwruitute, wood and coal. For
-1. '.her parUcahua, anil oa
1. J. REASfE,ai Tennessee street.
i . EHID NCR corner Mnlberryand Tolbert
1 b htreeta M. 1, Meaeham. Ko. Union'
BniCK LrH'KCLdXG A l-storj brick dwell
ing, la aned reiwtr, wltli all convenience,
v - '.7.1 Monroe street. For fnrtber partlentar
ail at p atom atroet. nui
TiOOMK The hearth text the highest situ.
XV atoa la the elty. Families would do well
ritii and exaniine, jo. mi NMy wri.
. . KFIL'Kf. RHKlUKKCfc KeaUeaee
I f Wellington street; office. No. Sh.i!i
i urt Ktreet. Appiy to i. nm ni.ii i ,
self Madison street.
tBRalANIA HOUtlK Corner of Hhelby
VT and ttaymo aireeu, at a bargain. Apply
a' onea lo Jonn sjocaerveti. omceaws seeoD
s .reel, comer Monroe, Menpols, Teun. kepis
taTTAoMi- New eottage-lioaae, sitoated at
l'Uaoscuon im uMUHfiuH Hueei wu jiei
ndjo road; only a. lew ateps from stteet rail
y. Apply to c7h. UAIUHT,
o iu t;kH'-UHfc The .ieBdia sUnettoose.N o.
O rjeosBd street, frosting Oonrt NUtr,
ately osonpied by W. H. Bmca A Co. App'y
' " ' RrIHKR A KKKTKBHH, Atfya,
sepll Xo. 351 Second street.
) rxiDKXCtt Uwtiiuig, & nxutA. Union st.
1 a t. it i nh mill ii ii muijMuw .ml 1
MiyoitMRKI W KTHER, 310 reco&d st
iHt. second and third Hours of itM Main St.,
verv lndtt (balnc on corner of an sjlei i,
.Hubic Mts iwailiiaat" notion house. Apply
O -tecoad. Abm, roshlenoe Xo. 311 Orleans
au Aiam street.
thli us OMtagos, a ad one storeroom on
Main street. Apwy to
Ural Fm VMRM A 8N RKD.
tot8 f&i Main street
ROOMS Aim BOAK2.
rjO ARB Fatally roonw, newly fitted, single
XJ or la satta. Arse.iarniaeu rooms lorain
ki m ntimttrn Day boaiders aeeomtnodatel.
do Xo. 72 MADIftOX Street
UOJMH AXD BOARD 1 be choice or two
nnaraosna. wttk boaid, in a pri ate fam 1 1) ,
. it. tnaeomiorHOt a some, i He uest ot 1 -i-.
..ee. given. Apply i DXIOX Mreet.
1 OOMB Hanih aastlr rarnlshed rooms ut
IV 11 Mala streeL Apply at room , tblid
hi r. uw
TU mill i Rfioiai faintaliisl or unfnrnished
IV at A Madiaoa. Also a lew day boaidei
,uuas-iiiwuMw or uuiumisueti room.
i with board, at gl Hhelby street. Also u
mmodations for a few day boarders. n.
rOOWS Parnlahed rooms, with hnsrri. for
i. Iseilltesor guHUvitMd. A lew day board-(
. e&a also be aeaotnEaodaUfil at 1
S3 aADnON STEEET.
RCjOW .Roomiifat tent, with board, anil a
fw r boardets wanted at
. W HHHL3Y Mrmt.
STRAYED OR STOIiEH".
ATDLE-nS REWARD About October 20,
If I 1ST3, from wmeneier avenue, a utu.u
horse mule, 15 hands high: walks es.unt In
ki.j . . ....niiitranii Anitdlemnrkf : white
nose about 7 years old. Above lewanl for
anv information that will lead to his recovery.
MrwRimiFFIX. at A. Vaeearo A Oo.'R.
rULE A large mouse colored mare mule
lYI i5Wor 10 hands hUh, about 9 or 10 years
old : has a knot on her right side ; lame la ner
right fore leg; right eye out; mane and tall
long. A noerai rewaiu.
noil year oor.Sonth and Hernando.
11KAN8FKR AGENTS We are the only au
thorized omnibus and transfer ft rents in
jiemphls for the Paducah and Memphis, ami
also the Memnhls and Little Kock railroad.
Leave orders at 278 and 237K Main street for
omnibuses. P. M. P WTKIISON t CO.
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
rAXD Woodson 's 19 acres of land, fronting
nn f nrl c R R at. Oermsntown. Tenu
tme-half cleared and balance in timber. For
terms, apply to
MYRICIT. tJermantown, Tenn.
!ffY 1 Taneonr. yovemberTlh.oiie forrel
pony, Dlaxe iace. oitrnc-i jwxso,
rT. 1 1 c.Anh rxf ellVAn PlVilf WUIil
rUUI iUla3T WJUW W V1IJ t
BAR-ROOM Ear-iwm, with ftxtures, 1
ce5e and lease. In good rannlnic onJer.
n UKK. PISTOLS ETC. Th e ft ock of the late
offcKed fortule ata barealn. The shop will be
rentetl orieaea Appiya. -s wm-miiH"'"
urn iiYTJr TT ft T T A flMt.nlaac
Ifl T A.Xk ii&c.b. iAL.M-i mot
t wine and beer hall, one of the l?st rtaxnlf
in me ciy. intup j
BICK Brick for sale. Apply to GRIDE K
A l)KXXIls,orSIl Msawtu street, nou
TULE.S AND HOBSEH-Just received from
IXL Kentueky two car-ioaus ei a no. 1 ura
males and saddle horses as good as evei
drucfc the town. J. a. rvir.ivx.11,
ni8 7 Monroa street.
t ULES Eight youne; and well broke, a
VI pi ner A RestsWev's Brlek 1'ard.on Over
job tract, South Memphis. Cash or oily ac-
SALOOX A first-class raloon. In best bM
rMM loeAtlnn. new and eleeantly fitted op,
tnd with a good stock of liquors. A fine sum
mer garden attached to the house. Tetms
very liberal, rarucuiars at ,..,,.
fcepH APPEAL OFFICE.
ESIDEXCiE A home-like houso and lni
proveu lou inqmreai xvowwew
EXGIXB A7-horsa power portable engine.
Apply to Peter Mitchell, a Madison st.
t f ACHIXEKY A horse-power, gin and
AX press, all nearly new, will be sold cheap.
l XI secona sireeu jj
f) EM1UEXCES Two brick residences in tli
1 1. Titus MOCK, corner juuilh huu iuiw ow
ypply to HABRM & PILLOW.
ci i ACRES OP UAX1 in lota from tet
&0U to twenty acres, on both sides ot the.
llastaMppl and Tennessee JWllroad. five inilei
Toci Memphis; see map and address
ra No. S19 Madison street.
iXUlXfcb CUBBlXo A OUXX.AdamsbU
a tae Culled States. The rr position engine
ornach admired by thousais, la among the
lumber. Itls50-horsepowc. Gentlemen de
drlns engines for mllhi, etc., should call anc
ixamlne. ForslmpUclty and strength they
srea-H to be excelled. fell
Captain Harry Cranmer yesterday
recovered a trunk and a quantity of goodf
dolen from Mr. Banks, on JeUerson street.
Clark Barber was arrested last nighi
ty Seial.DetecUve Smith for attempting to
burglarize the premises of Msdame Bollock.
Poplar street boulevard.
Joseph Haggans, ff colored man.
was arrested for wife-whipping last night, and
will be interviewed for his brutal conduct by
Recorder Winters thlJ morning.
The Howard association have di
vlded the city Into two districts. Major F F.
Bowen taking charge of that portio j south o
toplar street, and i: Roane WariDg north vl
The rezister at the Adams street
atlon-houe was well filled last night, and a
jsaal variety of crimes were curonicitu
itrfti nst the euests. Recorder Winters can con
gratulate blmlf on the improved condition
H ouMness in nis court.
Caroline RolliDgs, a colored lady,
irKn hful nn IiIm of stRrtloi? a fit mil v eroserv
from her stealings out or Oolcsmlth's slok.
ws nrrtted and carried to the Adams-street
tatknhouse, together with a full barrel ol
groceries, mostly delicacies.
Three coal-oil lamps exploded In the
i-inthern hotel nlsbt before last, complete y
destroying the furniture and other content
(Koaeroom, aou irntiur k hij
md andstanee rendered by policemen on tbnl
beat the entire building might have been
Captain Weatherford, ot the poKee
lorce, ha In hH poswlon a hickory cant
with an ivorv handle. On thegold baud eni-ir-liiLg
ltlx eHgraved.WiUUm Xiohol from A.
it. N. ilils is doubtless a family relic, and It
recovery by the proper person would be hlgu-
The Sisters of St Peter's asylum
nave the pleasure of acknowledging, Ihiouglt
the L-olite attention of Itev. Dr. Veal, the re
ceipt of twenty-five dollars, presented b
Messrs. A. B. VaecHro, M. M alatesta and Felix
lialleaa, committee of the Sodeta dl Unlone
e Kratellanza I tail ana.
The Howard association received
ilie followinz contributions yesterday : Daihi
Journal, llhasu, Xew York, 13 S; citizens oi
toric, rennsyivania.jn; Aiex. i: siore, Lex
ington, Kentueky, S3; surplus over funeral ex
lenie.of C J. V. Calame, 56; bolesvllle Chap
ter G. R. A- Masons, Jlz; Charles P. Johnson A
Co- i" Sk. Total, 167 7U.
The Howard association made the
Ib'Jowing dlsUlet report yesterday: District
No.i. i-lck, tf; yellow fever. 5: nursed 4; con
valerent, 5. District Xo. 9, sick, 11; yellow
ever, II; nursed by association, 7; convalef
eut.i District Xo. 10, sick, b; yellow-fever,
i; convalescent, 4. Total sick, yel!ow-le
er, ; nursed, 11: convalescent, II.
Dr. Graves, of the Baptist, on re
turning to his tesidence, Xo. Ill Madison
street, found that it had been ransacked dur
ing his absence. Complaints of a similar
character are made daily to the authorities,
Bd we would advise our cltlsens, when lea v
:ng the city again, to plaee some responsible
person in charge ol their residences, or pack
Bd store their household g yOdi In some se
cure r lace.
Tbe yellow-feverhas entirely passed
tway from Memphis the secretary to the
board of healb. Dr. K. H. Taylor, reporting
not a single death from that cause yesterday,
f be following was the mortuary report: Geo.
i irselHreyer, consumption; Wm. BnringKUtad,
dropsy; J. P. saltmarsh, pneumonia; M.
ienoi, remittent-lever; inaries iiurnei i,
meningitis: William Riley, Inraut, spasms;
infant or J. A. Miller, premature. Total, 7.
Males, 7. Whitest!; blacks, 1.
We have received a charmingly
pretty new song with chorus, by the girted
composer Kobert Chaitouer, entitled: Oemr
Littra to He, HaUie Beit. The words are quite
proUy.the music Is beautiful, and the song is
destined to be sung In every family in the
land. It you cannot find it at ttlu music
stores, enclose the price, lorty cents, direct U
the publislier, Roeeit Challoner, 170 Fourth
street. Louisville, Kentucky, and receive tbe
oeaMlful song by return mail.
"Ajax" writes tw: "I have lead the
reisrtot the water-works and fewer age, a
urvey made In lk7, eotlug thirty-five thou
sand dollars. It is so complete that no further
survey is necessary. Plan Xo. t Is the cheap
est, aud most efileient, costtag about seven
hnndied thousand doltais. The line of tbe
sewers is shown on a map In the city eugin
eer's office, where we saw it, and we nave bo
doubt the city engineer will take pleasuie
in explaining It to any one to the best of his
It will be remembered that Mr. A.
E. Franklaud, our most worthy feUow-cHl-
-c ii , j.iin-unu .i,w auu ii u&.uxiii n i.n k
gold cross, as a testimonial of hU esbem, and
the admiration of our citizens for the sell -sacrificing
nobleness of this young lady t bo devo-
leunerseii so atsiuuoiMiy 10 tue cause oi suHe.
luc humanity, ssoroe thief stole this well de
served Klft oi gratitude, but yesterdny It was
restored to its merited oh ner by Chief Athy,
whose ingenuity In ferreting out crime, and
apprehending rascals is a continued and just
sorce oi priue to our community.
We are pleased to learn tbat the
Masons oi tue city nave now only two ca
ses oi Yellow lever on band, and lhfas are lni
Moving m rapidly that further attention wl I
soon be unnecessary. The fraternity have ta
ken tne ieaa in tue late epmemic, as ttiev al
ways do in such times. In relieving the sick
and distressed. Members or the Masonic rei er
board were ou duty day and nizht while the
scourge lasted.nnd it will be gratifying to
.MB-smw etcrrtturnr, ui kuuw tout roe oruor
lost none ol its prestige, by any lalrcre of the
era t here to do their whole doty. Those who
have been In the harness all the time, who
hsve worked latthlutly and wall, will never
be lorgotten by the order here, though they
reiuse loanowuieir names w go Deiotetne
The Water V alley Courier pays us
tills handsome compliment, for which we
thank Its editor: "It fet quite remarkable
with what regularity and promptness the
Memphis Apfe!. whs Issued during the ex
1st en is? of the late fearful epidemic In that
city. Its corps or leading and local editors. Its
printers and its pressmen, stood firmly attbelr
posts, and tbe morning Appeal never falkd
to make Its appearance, and to be -scattered
far and neat, to be snatched up with eager
haste by the thousands or refugees from tbe
strtckened city, and the tens ol thousands of
anxiously sympathising people all over the
land. The Daily Ai-pkai. baa been a treasure
to tnousands during tbe past two moatrs that
Will be untold in ume.
Up till yesterday over five thousand
r;t .ion" were issued from the Main street com
luifcsaiy depot, under the efficient charge ot
ttomr Ilavnes. This was caulvulent to
supplying at least fifteen thousand persons,
JH ud mum;. The gallant major haa been
most indefatigable in tbe discharge of his
duty, and stooa nouiy n m iuc iu
rected district In ibo blghtof the lever, at
unHitin m Hie wants ol the coor and tbe
suffering, while he saw his assistant! fall on
every side as If on a terlf&c battle-Held, lie
Uau duty, and 11 he died In the attempt, be
wuiilHtermlBedlodo so. Courteous, pleasant
aud energetic.he has ever discharged tbe do ties
..r hia nninaus Msltlon with credit to-him
self, and alKays lojklng to the best lute rests
ox tue citizens.
Mr. Douirlass, the furniture dealer.
finished patting down on the floor of a room
at nis resiuence, auuuij aikv.uouii, uvo
o'atosk, a fine Brasses carpet, preparatory to
occupying the room. That night at nlsg
o'eloaK it was discovered (hat the osxpet bod
besn-stolsa. Mr. Douglas reported tue inert
to chutorFeUct Atoy. and captain CJsaultr
irltsdlnitirie of iaatur
la 1 6rtSaFcleef rrtPltaisiijrift
carpet corresponding with sample Mr. Doug
lass gave him was found, which Captain Cran
mer camea to utuei Atiiys orace. jar. uouu
lass went there, inspected It, and was unable
to decide whether It was his carpet or not.
next morning a gentleman cauea at Jir.
Douglass' store to buy a carpet, and stated that
he had taken ur a Brussels carpet and nut In a
shed on an adjoining lot, as there were
tnree eases or lever at ms nouse, ana am
not want to have It Infected. Mr. Douglass
Informed him of the one at Chief Athy 's offlcei
and going there round the carpet was his, leav
ing Mr. DouglaRSiUll minus his carpet, and no
clue to lead to Its recovery.
The managers of the Leath orphan
asylum gratefully acknowledge the receipt of
J10 from Mrs. M. B. II, Pecan Point. Arkan
sas, through Messrs. Martin E Hillaman;
tnrougn atrs. a. . iiioya,5iu sw, iioui mciu
hers nf Tly cilrantenu's church. Charleston,
and 2S cents trom Aunt Jane nugglns (col-
oredi; S5 from Samuel iw roaa.jr, ijiurens
Courthouse, Bouth Carolina: si irom -urs. r
C. Couch, Canton, Mississippi; SCI from First
Presbyterian church, Plattsburg, New York,
., 1. . T1..1-l . n n CI" n r ...V.m. Iifmm
HCV. & V. uuuiUJ, vi.vi " . .....
the Sabbath-school; 51 additional trom Pres
byterian congregation, Bolivar, Tennessee;
3 Irom Lee avenue Congregational church,
Brooklyn, through Mrs. H. D. Bulkley, to
Rev. William E. lioggs; SI from little Jamie
Thomoson's nickel bank: SO 60 from citizens
of Jounson City. East Tennessee, through
Mrs. w. tJ. c. osier; K irom iiuio x.ucue t-oe
Junnson, at neveiaca, umo.
A meetinii of the citizens relief com
mlttee and members ot the general council
was held last evening In the police headquar
ters, for tne numose of effectloix a nermanei t
organization. Mayor jonnsou in tne cnair,
ana a. u. Jones, secretary, lue ioiiowiug
gentlemen were present: Messrs. j, j.uusuy
3.B. Bobbins A. E. Frankland, J. C. John
son and H. M. Jobe. Heveral plans for the re
lief of indigent poor daring the present win
ter were submitted by Messrs. Jones, Frank-
land and J. C Johnson, none oi which, how
ever, were adopted. The following ofilceis
were then elected." President, H. B. Bobbins;
"etretary, J. C. Johnson; auditor, Mayor
Johnson. The several banns of the cltv wlii
be thedapos! lories fortalllmsneys in the hands
ox tne commiuee.. uu mtiiion jiessrs. r isok
land. Jones and Jobo were anoclnted a com
mitlee to confer with Major Haynes, commis
sary, relative to tne nest moue to De auopieii
loritiedLstnoniion oi provisions ana ciotn
ing among the poor. The meeting then ail
A correspondent writes us as follows :
It is a weil-auowt lacr.. ana itmuu a m
proud. In this public way, to record, that dur
ing the lnnir and wenrv weeks during which
our city has been so terribly scourged, tbe
clergy of the dlflerent churches have stood,
with wonderful courage and patlence.atthelr
several posts oi duly, visiting and comforting
the sick and the dying, and seeking to soothe
the sorrows o: I ne nereaveii, wniisnuey iih
ilnMv followed tbe dead to their final resliuu
pia:'e. that they might have christian burial.
These were s rvlcesof compassion, sympathv
nd love, that but few. If auy. felt ihey could
afford to dispense with. And yet. In most in
stances, these rnlthuu servants oi uou are
poor men, at best, even In times of prosperl ty,
subsisting upon comparatively small saiarlex.
During the epidemic, their parishioners, their
congregations have been scattered, business,
of every kind suspended, onthit is, therefore,
but fal' to conclude that these self-sacrificing
men have been greatly straitened tor menus
to live. Have tnev been thouithtof by the
citizens' coniiulttee? Ought they not, at their
first meeting, to cousiuer til's matter, buu
promptly vote these servants of God and or
the neonie. as amole means as possible, now
that tbe cold Is upon us, that their comrort
may be provided fort"
An esteemed and very intelligent
correspondent writes us about sewerage and
sanitary laws as follows: "I have noticed a
great many articles on eewerage, and all the
writers seem to think that sewerage will save
the city from future epidemics They are
mistaken, sewerage win not save me city
from epidemics, but It will have a tendency
to reduce sickness, nnd with its aid the city
can be saved. How? It is asked. By giving
.he board or health full power to examine all
back-yards, and stop the accumulation ot
filth. Prohibit all vaults from being sunk In
the densely populated portions ot the city.
ana no cistern to De wituin nity leei oi any
vault- anvwbere In the city limits: all store
that have vaults in them at present to be
filled; water-closets built on the various floors
and connect with the sewers; to examine and
cleanse ail cisterns and when a bad Oder is
detected rising tnrougn cellars anu grai
Inns, lo make the owner cleanse sa d
cellars: to prohibit all householders
fnim throwing ashes, filth, or carrion of auy
kind in their vards. streets or alleys, but com
Del them to furnish boxes and barrels to put
sold nun ana Slops into, anu piace mem ou
tne siaewaik oy nve o ciockiu me morning;
the hoard to have u force of carts and men to
collect all garbage in boxes and barrels, and
street sweepings and dump it in the river, or
at some place selected, near town, so mat. hii
farme s and gardeners can haul it away to
enrich tbe soil- Livery stables and stock
yards f-hould have their places thoroug11
cleansed twice a week, and no manure to be
thrown in the alleys AU residences not ad
) 'cent to the sewers should be compelled To
dig their vaults not less than twenty feei
deep (as our solllii-o hard it does not absorb
any of the filth), and to disinfect the vault
once a week during the summer, lor
cho era and fevers of all kinds are propaga
ted, bv the matter thrown into them from
sick chambers poisoning the air all around.
Lt tnese laws apply to every one, mane ji
exceptions, let them be rapidly inforced hi
tue police or by the board, then we will bavr
as healthy a city as there is on the continent.
Edlnburg, Scot and, and the city of Mexico,
are two of the cleanest cities 1 was ever in.
They enforce the sanitary laws to severity,
and a failure lo comply with them subject
the honse-owner to a fine of Irom five to fitiN
dollars. Let our beard have the power lo
bring all culprits before the recorder for the
first offense, and to the criminal court on the
third offense, ror it is a crime to nazsru ifit
lives of our citizens on account of their lazi
ness. With the aid of the sewers, and a rizlu
euioreementof the sanitary laws, we need
not rear any epidemics.
ATTEXTIOJi, LADIES !
31 E Ml X B ROT II E Bs'
Urautl Opeulnic To-Day.
SUBE CUBE F0H A HILNURI 31 A
Fresh white fish, dressed, and ceUry re
ceived uauy at victor 13. r uens, ti jecerson
First Circuit t'onrt Utlshell Judce.
The ease of Treed well vs Todd A Blake, spec
all f set, wlU be tried to-dy. Xo otber case
will be called fer trial. Saturday, motion will
First Chancery Court Sorgan, Chan
Tbe following coses are set for to-day; 470,
Riddle vs Werner; 411, Ba.il vs Clark; 482,
Knox vs Cannovau; its, Searcy vs Bradley;
4. Williams vs Gaines: 4!6. oroves vs An
drews; 457, Bast vs Clark; 4Mj, McKenzlo v
oczrinaii; ms, rntcnaru vs reiui; iva, luiiu
vs urammar; ism, uugenou vs uorton; jw,
Borland vs Stoddard: SOJ. Trowbrione
ys Horton; 501, Sharpe vs Uortou;
iJVt,UlltUUItt V 3 UiltlC, UilUlVl ra v, uiiuuia,
SW, Page vs Commercial Bank; 512, Willi ms
vs nartiett; sio, L,suaran.s vs rraime; ou,
Smith vs Hioks: 5-U. Ferguson vs Lamberson:
-ZZ, Oaerln. ex parte ; 331, Dickins vs Dicklns;
3JS, Tlce vs Price; 62S, Baok ot Chattanooga
vs Bonk, or Memphis; ifJ Dixon vs Lal-
in; ax, cimpHoa vs I'lttmau; rarser
vs Parker; 531, Boon vs Anderson;
17, Shelton vs Goggin ; 539, Hardin vs 1 aylor;
Mt, Block vs Wall; 543, Mcdpauden vs Hams;
544, sanderlln vs Sanderlm; 545, l'o.lockvs
Jonnson; 546, Porter vs Tarktngton; 517, While
vs Delanny; 518, Adams vs Finale; 519, Fener
stack vs Bicbardson; 550, Goodrich vs Fly;
jjl. Miller vs Fly; 5ui Sogers vs
Williauison: 553. Curiln vs Franks. 551
Tnrncr vs Atkinson; 55G, Williamson vs
merry; ut; urowmng vs toutnwortn; ixtf,
Mattvs Martin; 5U.', borrells vs Cook; 6St,
Kawllngs vs Kawlings; 5C1 Wile vs Boon; 505,
Kech vs Mclean; 5UC, Biggs f
Armstrong: 5G7. Cnrlsman vs Olivers:
j9, Walker vs Armstrong; 570, Burdltt vs
Clark ;571, McCully vsOverlou hotel company ;
575, Uallum vs Sargant; 579, Tomeny vs Ea
ton; 5K1, Martin vs Leftwlch; 5SI. Warburg s
B&umanr esi, staoier vs vogei; , iioouwin
vs Whltelaw; 5t6, Haynes ex parte; 5S9, Wil
son vs Hock: 6K!. Flinn vs KeUly: 593. Lane
vs Xebitt; 591, Walker vs Walker; 595, farker
vs Goggin ; 5W, I toe oo vs Kocco; 597, Laird vs
net lis; jvs, many vs-uaxier; aw, cage vs Arm
strong ; ju. Mostly vs Armour. To-morrow is
W I S T E B GOOBM
13. I.WWkXSTKlX A- UUO.H.
Watkins, the drew-maker, will be
open in a lew uays
SEE THE PAllIft AXD BERLIN SUITS,
And a thousand and one novelties at the
urand opening or
Gbakd Fall aHd Winter Opening at
jars M. o. Hunter's, ou j nnrsaay, ana win
contlnne all week, ureal attractions.
A solemn retiuiem-mass for the re-
voe ol tbe soul of the late Reverend Father
Leo. will be celebrated at St. Mary's church
this (Thursday) morning: at elgbtcclock. His
pansnioners anu menus are coruiaiiy in
vited to attend.
THE WILCOX & (JIBBS
litis Removed to Ko. X63 Second Street.
Watkins, the dress-maker, will be
open in a few uays
Attend Robertson's Business College.
Armstrong's Photographic Gallery,
no. 21 jaain sireeu inree lauitiess gem pic
tures lor fifty cents
TnE latest styles of boots, shoes and
slippers always to be found at Thomas B.
coney co s sio nam street.
Central Acctiox hocsk. White. Crlsman
A C 20 Main street. Regular sales Wednes
days and Saturdays Hollolts all kinds of
wares and merchandise for sale. Amplo room
lor storage. idDerai auvauces maqe.
THE DAIX1T APPEAL
HAS A LuVRGER CIRCULATION
THAN ALL THE REST
BOARD, GF ALDERMEN.
Resolntian8 of Tlianks to Everjbody In
the Union who Helped or anc
cored onr Poor and Sick.
The Bepcrtf of 1!ie Challar Committee
iisctivea anu Aaopica jwcpui
gioa of the Ex-Acting
The Brown Contract Assessors for the
Tear Dr. R. Malone Elected
Secretary of tho Board
Mr. S. L. lifchanls E cc'ed to Fill his
Father's Place as. Register
The Citizens' Commit
tee Etc., Etc.
RO ABB Of AtnERHE.1.
An adjourned meeting or tie board of alder
men was held yesterday all ernoon: Alderman
Pettlgrew, president pro tcm presiding. The
following raemberso! the board were present :
Aldermen ColUgan, B. F. White. A. J. White,
Busby, Davis Bobbins aud Walsh.
RESOLUTION OF GENERAL THANKS.
Alderman B. F. White said herore proceed
ing to transact the regular business or the
board, be wished lo introduce a series of reso
lutions, which he iclt confident would bo con.
sldered highly proper at the present time, ami
which ho felt confident would be unanimous
ly adopted. They were as rollows:
JtafOfred bit the General Council of tine cily y
Memphis, That tbe thanks if Uie city ero nue,
aud we boreby tender them First, to the no
ble, kind-hearted straugers everywhere who
worked for, or contributed to, the relief or our
sick and suffering people during the fearltil
epidemic through which we have Just passed.
Secoud, to those noble, seif-sacrificliig spirits
anion-.-, our own citizens, of every organiza
tion or society, who braved the dangers of dis
ease and tleath carrying aid and comrort to
the sick nnd distressed of every degree or con
dition. Third, to our own citizens t home
and abroad, wholab .rrdso faith ally In repre
senting our true condition, or In raising funds
and supplies so indlspenslble In the great
ordenl to which we have been U'Jected.
Fourth, to the officers of the city, and to the
members or the police and fire departments,
who to nobly stoisl at the post or duty when
their comrades were falling on every ude.
And last, but not least, to our dally pipers
the editorial corns, the Drinters. and ad con
cerned in publishing to the world the facts as
they were ueveiopeu irom uay to uav, uuruig
the most fearful scourge that has ever visited
anv American city. Be it further
Ilasoleed, That the kindness or our btothers
ot the northern and western States In the hour
of trouble has awakened within us feelings of
the warmest sympathy and gratitude, and
teaches u a lesson which ages represented by
politicians would have railed to accomplish,
l'hat we are Indeed one people in reeling, sym
pathy and love, as well as in government.
Tno -resolutions of Alderman B. F. White
were unanimously adopted.
THE CICALLA AFFAIR.
Alderman Busby, chairman of tho commit
tee appointed to examine .Into thecnames
against Paul A. CIcalla, a member of the
boird while acting mayor, submitted the fol
To the Bord of Aldermen o! the city of Mem
phis: Your committee, appointed to iuvesUgate
certain charges mode by Mr. John Halstead,
of this city, against Paul A. ClcalLi, cbalrmau
of tho board of Aldermen, beg lot.ve to make
the following report:
That they have examined the evidence in
the charges as made by Captain Halstead,
which aro as foUows t (The charges were pub
lished In full In Tuesday's Appeal)
Your committee would state that they have
carefully i&nd, as they trust. Impartially) ex
amined the witnesses for both the prosecu
tion and defense, and after a careful review
of the evidence as given under oath duly ad
ministered by Uio city recorder, would re
spectfully re-ort that on charges first and nail
We find from. tbeCevidenco that the charges
were lully sustained.
On the second, third and fourth charges we
find the evidence to sustaiu these charges, so
far as tho foLowlng: That he received tne
goods from tho commUbary on the twenty
eighth ot October, cue day later than the date
or tbe requisition, but said requisition was
filed oa the twenty-ooventh, and he received
them on the twenty-eljhtn of October, 187a;
and we are not clear in our minds, irom all
the evidocce, that he, Paul A. CIcalla, did In
tend to, as charged, appropriate tho articles
received from tho cominLssary to his own
personal use, the proof showing that part or
the goods so received were sent to Mrs. Daru,
his mother-in-law, and part to Mrs McXlch
ols: the latter, however, alter being notified
by Captain Halstead or the requisition r-eing
made out. The evidence, as taken down un
der oath. Is herewith attached, and can he
read. If necessary. J. J. BLMBY,
A. J. WHITE,
Special Com. from Board of Aldermen.
Alderman Davis did not wish Alderman
CIcalla condemned unheard. He had seeu
him that afternoon, and he had told htm
(Alderman Davis) that he hod a review of the
testimony taken before the committee, and
was having it printed for the use or the board
He therefore hoped they oold delay taking
action on the report.
Alderman Busby wanted to know what was
tbe good ot having a review or the testimony
before them when the whole evidence taken
officially under oath was attached to the re
port, and could be read ir deemed necessary.
Alderman Davis thought that they ought lo
hear Alderman Clcaila's sldo of tbe story. He
had promised to be there at three o'clock, and
It was near that time.
The President I rule that tho reading of the
report Is no w In order.
Mr.- A. Jr Murray, assistant-register, read
Alderman B. F. White moved to adopt the
report of tho committee
Alderman Davls,before doing to, wanted the
Mr. Murray proceeded to read tho evidence
which was rally reported In the Appeal of
Alderman B. F. White said that Alderman
CIcalla had Just entered the chamber, and
therefore he moved tbat the reading be dis
pensed with. Carried.
PAUL'S EPISTLE TO THE ALDERM ANIL
BOARD. The sergeant-at-arms laid S ropy of a man
ifesto from Alderman Clcalla on the desk of
each member of the board, a printed copy of
which was read by the secretary.
Alderman B. F. White drew attention to the
fact that the document J ust read was without
signature. He then read the requisition as
published in tbe official testimony, and also
the receipt purporting to be signed by the
mark"ot Mrs McXichols, and said they did
Alderman A. J. White said the receipt did
not specify any blankets, while the rtqulsl
llon called for three Blanket'.
Alderman Davis said that these must have
been the blankets which were given to Mrs
Dare, Alderman. Clcalla's mother-in-law.
Alderman A. J. White wanted to know
whether they were considering the defense ot
Alderman Clcalla, or the report of the com
mittee. Alderman Bobbins did not see anything in
the printed paper purporting to be a defense ol
Clcalla, which haa been doubtless placed on
their desks for tueir amusement.
Alderman A. J. White said It was quite
plain to him that tbe receipt was gotten up
alter theevldence was published tbe prevlons
day. He might explain that the committee
were not rully satisfied about tbe receiving or
the goods, as Alderman Clcalla had given a
portion to Mrs. Dare, bis mother-in-law.
Alderman Davis wanted to know If he had
not given auy or the goods to Mrs. Dare,
would the committee have found Clcalla
Alderman Bobbins contended tint the
whole transaction showed fraud on ltsface,
whetner he gave any of the goods to Mrs
Dare, bis mother-in-law, or not. He ued the
name or a poor widow lo gd. the goods and
then had tbem taken to his o an house. What
did tbat mean IT It did not mean fraud?
The question ou tbe adoption of tho report
was then called, and the -'ayes" and "nays"
demanded by several members
Alderman Walsh, when his name was
called, wished to be excused as he was down
wlta the yellow-fever when the transaction
took place, and, therefore, he.did not wish to
Alderman Davis moved that Alderman
Walsh be excused. Lost.
Was then as follows: Ayes Aldermen
Bobbins, Davis Malatx-sta, Busby, A. J.
White, B. F- White and Colli gun, 7; noes
1 he report was then adopted.
RESOLUTION' TO EXPEL CICALLA.
Alderman Busby submitted tbe following
preamble and resolutions:
Whekeas, The chaigts against Paul A.
Clcalla, a member of Die-board or aldermen oi
tne city or Memphis, have been sustained by
the committee appointed to Investigate said
charges; and, whereas said charges are or
such a nature tbat It becomes tbe duty or the
bjsrd to take immediate action; therefore,
Resolved, That said Paul A. Clcalla be dls.
gracefully expelled from said board of nlder
menand beueciared no longer worthy or the
confidence or tbe people of Memphis
A'derman Bobbins seconded the resolution.
Alderman B. F. White la.d he want
ed the word " disgracefully " expunged,
and also the words "and be declared no longer
worthy of the confidence of the people of
Memphis.'' He wanted the matter left with
Alderman Busby accepted the amendments,
and tbe resolu ton as amended was adopted.
Alderman B. F. White declared that he
might bo tempted to turn highwayman If his
wlte and children were starving, but he relt
it would be Impossible ror blm to take the
bread out of tbe mouths of the widows and
the orphans even to put It Into those of bis
starving wife aud children. Applause. He
wanted Mr. Clcalla sent to the penitentiary if
he was guilty.
Alderman Davis contended that the com
mittee, in their own report, bad ac
knowledged that some of the charges had not
been prov ed.
Alderman Busby Xo, sir.
Alderman Davis said Alderman Clcalla's
lawyer was In tho room and be moved tha
be be heard.
Alderman Bobbins said they had doubtless
all carerully read tbe evidence, and they did
not require an attorney to explain It to them.
tia nbiented to the nttorney belne heard, as
they were surely able to transact their own
business lie would draw tbe attention ot
thecbalr to tho fact that a single ODjecuon
Tbe question on the adoption of the resolu
tions was then called.
Alderman Walsh refused to vote.
The vote was as follows: Ayes Aldermen
DsKin. Ta v i MnlatoAtn. KnLhv. H. V
WhlteT A. J. White, CoUlgan, and President
The chair announced the resolution unani
THE VACANCY FILLED.
Alderman, Bosby moved that Mr. A. C.
Tread welitbe nominated to UU tha vaoonor
oausadlhyvba XP' islon of Alderman Ci-
AldermarirVHiYia utouumcu u. u, n;
Alderman Mnlwew' uowlnattd E.G. qiarkl
To ar? balWe.AMulttxl as follows; 7td-
duly elected to fill the vacancy In the sixth j
urri. rnuMi hv ttiH xnuision of Aidorxnaa 1
Alderman itouuins nopeu mey wottiu uroo
thn wnrrl alderman" wnen annlied to Cical-
la. He was no longer a member of the board,
and therefore not entitled to the designation.
Ho -was simply "Paul a. cicaiia.
Alderman U. F. Whito moved that Aider
man J. M. Pettlgrew be elected pcrinauefiti
chairman of the board. Carried unani
mously. Vljgt DEPARTMENT.
Alderman Davis submitted a requisition
fmm i-nief-Knulneer Anderson of tho fire de
partment, rbmundrj' articles or bedding. Al-
THE BROWN CONTRACT.
Alderman B. F. White from tho committee
an the proposition oft Mo-srsT. K.Brown &
co- reporwaasiouown: -iiiutiue pronosiuon
of T K. Brown, hereto attached cannot, be ac
cented, as the city docs not admit the Justice
or Hie amount claimed, and believes that tho
supreme court will reverse tho Judgment,' Al
derman White said that he had cuangedhls
mina since siguing me report, anu was in iu
vorof acceptiug a proposition which Alder
man Busbv Intended to bring forward. He
explained (hat Ule report was founded on a
Erevious ouer, anu tnun reaa tne ouer maue
y Mr. Brown nt luo last meeting ol the board.
Alderman B. F. White, from the finance
committee, reported in luvor of thelevylne
of seventy cents on each one hundred dollars
at taxable property, to discharge tbe claim or
Mr. T. E. Brown. Passed on its Second and
Alderman Busby submitted a resolution
IUVUUK .HI TT . . Ml, 1. U. UIU , U .
was referred to tbe finance committee, as well
as the report on me same subject, which was
recommitted for reconsideration.
Alderman B. F. White moved that tbe -ward
registrars be allowed seventy-five dollars Ii r
Issuing certificates; thesald registrars to fur
nish tnelr own offices Carried.
ASHESH0B8 FOP. THE ENHClMG YFAR.
Alderman B F. White moved that each as
sessor and clerk bo allowed five hundred dol
lars for assessing piopcrty during the ensuing
corporate year. Referred to the Unancu com
! BCSIN ES3 FBOMT THE COUNCIL.
Tho report of the committee adversely to
the application of Thomas O'Halllvan lor re-
uuction oi assessment, oi a lot on aecuuu
strtsst. was concurred in.
The claim of Mrs Olivia Joyce, for a build
ing destroyed ny mo city, was, ou motion, re
ferred to the citizens' relief committee.
The council met, Councilman Zent presid
ing. Present-Councilmen Holbrook, Wit-
ICll, WlWrC-, iTIIUtt, TVlllinUHl, UlUgllMJl.liUUC,
lirant. Smith. Rousche. Norton. Beehu.
Clarke, Toof, Hunt, Mason. The minutes of
the last meeting were read aud adopted.
Dr. tloerner declined to serve us council
man from the rourth ward, anu Air. E. Keck
was nominated anu eiecteu unanimously.
Councilman Grant offered the lollowln
Jlesoived. That the office of Inspector to the
board of health bo abolished.
A lengthy debate ensued, and the matter
wasnnoiiy reierreuto tne oruinuniu commit
tee. Kmincllmnu Cloustnn offered a resolution
thatthe city engineer grade the s:reet and re
pair the bridge on Beale street- Refcired to
the improvement committee.
The resolution that anew citizens' commit
tee, to take the place of tho one now In exist
ence, KUopieu uy tne oaaru oi aiuermen, was
'1 he requisition irom tho fire department,
and adopted by the board or ulderme j,was
concur ed In.
The resolution ol thanks to the citizens of
the United States for their noble assistance.
and to the press, police and fire departments
of tbe city, irom the board or aldermen was
The petition of Mrs OU via Joyce asking rot
remuneration ror bedding, etc.. destroyed by
the board or health, was relexred to tha
finance committee, ibis acilt n wa recon
sldered and the matter referred to the citi
zen's relief committee. Mr. Norton offered a
resolution In favor of settling with T. E
Brown. Mayor Johnson was requested to
make a statement oi now matters were be
tween Mr. Brown and the city, which his hon
or did, hut as the statement has been printed
heretofore, we do not ro-puDlisli It. Action
was postponed until Monday. Tha council
then went into general council.
Both boards met in general couucil, to
receive certain nominations to fill vacancies
In several city offices, by his honor Mayor
FIRE ENGINE NO. I.
The mayor nominated Chas. Praggio, to fill
tho vacancy occasioned by thedeatu or Joseph
Ulsky, late engineer oi sieam nre-engme io,
1. The nomination was confirmed.
His honor paid a reeling tribute to the late
L. R. Richards, city register, and nominated
his son, S. L. Richards, to fill the vacancy
caused by the death ot his lamented father.
The nomination was unanimously confirmed.
Mr. s. L. Richards briefly and modestly
thanked the general council for the compli
ment patu mm.
SECRETARY TO THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
About a dozen nil vslolans were put In noml
nation forihe olilceof secretary o the board
or health. On the sixth oaiiot, Dr.it, c..iia
lone, having received a majority or all the
voles cast, was declared elected.
Ou motion of Alderman Walsh, tho election
was ma e unanimous.
On motion or Dr. Hewitt, CouncUman Hew-,
ltt and Aldermen Busby and A. J. While were
appointed a committee to notify him of his
Mayor Johnson hoped the finance commit
tee would fix the salaries of clerks and assess
ors on Monday, and he would be prepared to
nominate tnem on inaiuuj.
The general council then adjourned.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
The members or the board of aldermen then
returned to their apartment
Alderman Robblns moved the lolnt resolu
tion to reorganize the citizens relief tommlu
tee, wun ceruitn mcmuers oi tne general cuun
ell. as published, be adopted. Carried.
Alderman Busby moved that tbe sum of
illty uoiiars dc appropriated to sergeant uog
ers for clothes destroyed while engaged In the
worn oi aisiniecung uweiungs anu Deaumg,
The board then adjourned till three o'clock
on Mnnday afternoon.
ALL THE NOVELTIES
T HE SEASON
WlU be displayed
T O-1 A Y
B. LOWE.VSTKIX A- BRUM.
Grand Fall and Winter Opening at
.urs. iu. c. iiunter-s, on intirsaay, anu win
continue an weeK. ureal attractions
CA31EL-TJ A1K WltlPN.
New Styles Ladles and Children's SACQUES.
The Latest Shapes In Lidles and Misses'
Among which are
Our grand opening of Fall Fashions will
take place Tuesday, tho 18th.
253 Main street
BANKRUPT SALE OF GROCERIES,
On Tuesday, November 18th, 1S73, at stores
.-so. ai.i ana nn, uperanouse Duuaing, tseconu
street, the sale of tbe Toof. Phillips A Co.
stock of ero-eries will bo commenced and
continued from d-ty to day until closed out.
Country mercuants and others should not
neglect tins opportunity, tuis oeingoneoi uie
atgeSLSIIU WniltfsyiKiUMWSMU lllUCliy.
J. N. OLIVER,
Dr. D. 8. Johnson has returned to
his medical dispensary, 20K Main street, up
stairs where be can be found at all hours, at
tending tbe mulcted with the various dis
eases oi me uriuary organs, rse auvernse
ment on the third pave.
Grand Fall and Winter Opening at
Mrs. M. u. uunter s on luursuay, ana win
continue all week. Ureal attractions
Go TO Leddin's Business College.
THE WILCOX & GIBBS
lias Removed to Ko. 203 Second Street,
W. 1L MOYSTON A CO.
Twenty-five pants' makers wanted
at 32 Main street, up stairs.
The cheapest and best Steam Dyking
AND Clianino Hodse In the city Is at
245 second street, Hunt s uansons oia
stand. HANSON A WALKER.
A. cure ana suro prevcuuve. ii . jiuv.auc
Kenownea aieaictueu oiucjiuerry oisuiuj un.i
acquired such a high reputation for tho speedy
euro of all bowel affections tbat unprincipled
scamps have resorted to every reprehensible
device to steal Its reputation, and thus perpe
trate a fraud on the public by using similar
bottles with similar labels to tho well-known
genuine. flUed with a trash, deleterious to life
W. Z. Mitchell's night-school. 303
Third street, commences Aionaay. xov. jo.
Da. BucmaNANi'B Antl-bllions Bit
ters, Indo-Amerloana,only thing selling now
everywhere for the cure or Uver disease. Maa-
nfactory.vu vance street.
Watktns, tins dress-maker, will be
FE3H oyBtfbi received. dtilj fey Vic
. . -.M-l. it ,.S,,AH .if-.. .
A Passenger Train on the Louisville
A' Complete Smash-up.
Flfteeu Passengers n oundeu Aaines
and Particulars Heroic Condu.it
of tho Ensioccr, Etc
fii-a fivirfrlr vpsbmlav morning.
tho south-bound passenger-tratn ori the Mem
phis division or toe Louisville nnd NashvlUe
and Great southern railroad was wrecked at
the tMtlework nve mnesnoruioi
vine. Tennessee resulting in the wounding or
fifteen passengers, among them Mrs. Agnes
u-tr.nn arhiisA ananiln urn of a dangerous
character, and may result lerloils r. & re
porter -r me itrriAu mi
. ttttt .if tun filmiKTer vesieruuv. nuu
gives the fallowing facts respecting
the taute, notare, and extent or tne
.nuri.itvhiAh haa h miciht Aaeh mlafbrtuno
upon tho innbeent travelers, who were awak-
eueu irom men yrutoiu- ...........v.... j - - - .
ful crash: Home unknottrn persdn hod placed
crosstie on the trestiewonc, anu, au ol
der to effectually insure success iu
his diabolical scueme, secureu tun
obstacle to the iron rails. When the train
came rushing on the engine was hni led from
in. trantr nnrt fell to the base or the embank
er. i.i..t Hon root I u. In it-, malclnir two
complete revolutions, and resting upon its
crashed wheel. The baggage-oar tumbled
over and lell Just in rettr of the engine and
tender, making a complete wreck or itse r.
The second-class passenger-coacn, common e,
twenty or more persons, was precipitated enit-
. .1 4 t-t.itT OTMl (rnVf WAX' Til 0 llKXt
conch was wneeieu air mine ut., i Y
leanlniiovcruioeage oi m wi:iiu "6
Ti.i., r,r, .... -,t iT-T-,.i.ti Itiril v nrevented the rear
sleeping-coach, with its unconsc'ous Inmates,
irom UBing nttrieu iu u t
iv hen tho fecoud class pasenger-coacli rell
the rtar end first suuck the ground, upt-et-Ung
tho stoves which ut one Ume
,h,?nin.i n nrrlhle death to tbe
'.-.....! -n. vtlthln the car.
whlchsoon caught fire, and was in imminent
.i - ..r v.iT,,. -ntitiiimnd. The prompt in-
terterence or the officer, among tlicm En
gineer Henry L. Davis and J.W. Mccormack,
or Chi.-aso.exUngulsheu ine lire auu si. eu uie
Inmates Irom a earful fate. Mr. McCormack,
who us a passenger in tue hi-uwjj ,""
,i. itnutimi. seized the bleeding
lorra of a wounded lady, whom be bore
tnronL'h ;he curllDg smoke out into the air.
This lady was Mrs. Agnes McKenna,
.TTi,n riti, he fnnrsotis and adancbter. had
recently left Scotland, and was on her way to
Mempuis wnere sue u.n .....
ii i ttt i tt'i i f it. was ascertained
thatsiiehad received an ngly gash over the
lea eye, tearing off a considerable portion oi
thn flesh. This cut Is very painful, and ex-
i.n.l. Lillialinn. 1-nnstnif 11 DalnfUl WOUbd,
In addition to the above the right ctoriHr
was fractured, caus'ng tuo iuuo m u
from the flesh and presenting o sickening
stgnt. Fortunately for Mrs. MeKenna anu
, i, .. nn,.i. i-mi ml . il nnssemrers. Dr. B. L-
Hester, of this city, was on the train,
and rendered most valuable service in
i,i.t., ,hiT fmiTiTrinffS With the
assistance of Dr. Walker, of Brownsville,
Dr. Hester set the broken bone of Mrs. Mc
Kenna, who was resting quite easy late- yes
terday afternoon, and It Is hoped her lfilnrit
will not result ituauy. nucimuim v.....,
one of whom, the eldest son, recelvea slight
h-,,l,a nra nnur In BrOWUSVillO rtCelVlDg
kind attention and medical care. The
wounded are as follows, being all emigrants
from OMcago to atempnis:
Alhert Madison, Chicago, left leg bruised
ATT.H T.T, TTC-H-lIf 1ni-h l)rllTl.
Jim. Anderson, Chicago, left eyo Injured,
knee and legs Druiseu painiuuy.
Alfred Llndstlom, Chicago, muscle in right
hrt ttt! nt ulmn.tln two.
H. McClaln. St. Louis, head, left shoulder
and left kneo bruised, not seriously,
j. W. McCormack. Chicago, contusion on
Tmu.nl. a i.imt. nit nainfnUv on tho frontal.
None of the above persons are seriously In
jured, but as they are needy and have sus
tained such Injury that medical aid will be
required, wouiu it not ue wen lur tuo uuwuiu
..creYMfifinn in nnsfstthem today. These men
nave come to live in Memphis and we
should render their welcome as
cheerful that their future may be
prosperous. When the accident occurred
fh conductor of the train did everything in
bis power to render the pas-engers ascom
fo table as circumstoncas would perm.t,
bout five weeks ago an accident occurred at
the same place, caused by a broken rail. Cap
tain Bob Lawther of the wrecked train de
serves great credit for the kind attentions
suown tuo jjasseu,cio. ,r .i..t....... ... .. .
fiflrir's train arrived near the scene or the ac
cident yesterday afternoon this veteran at
once commenced the work of rebuilding the
broken trestle. Under the skillful managc
mene of Conductor Lawther and Clark the
tmeir was rnlnid oulckiv and trains are now
running regularly. Several passengers, among
moiii .nr. .Man, -v. ijwu, ui imuianuD, i.w
nncuw. mailn a narrow escape from death, the
latter gentleman occupying the front seat of
tue car mat was icium mo uo.-
Mich credit Is due Eng neer Davis for bis
nmianntHl liRmlimi In remaining t hU post
on his engine after discovering that a terrible
uisasierwaa lmuiiuuiiu mn uwnuiau. u,-u
wnrannifiAWPTiRiliiv the prompt manner ill
which he reversed his engine aud applied the
air-brakes, thus checking In somo degree the
sp 'ed of the train before strik ng tho obsta
cles Mr. Davis rema ned on h engine
and was hurled with it to the
earth beneath the wrecked trestlework, anu
ir.iramitni.slv men ned without lnlury. His
name ana deeds are as worthy ol a place on
the roll or ranie.as that of a y hero whoever
eerformed acta of valor and courage. His
reast Is as worthy to wear a cross of honor as
any man who ever had that distinguished
svm hnl enn ferred nponhim.Wbenan Allwisfc
Providence decrees that ho ihallgo hence
which wo hope will not occur lor many long
years to come a marble shaft should let the
worm Know inavir. ii uuuuij it,
his Ufa to save that or others, who placed
theirltves their an, in uis cnarge
Will go to the
FALL OPENING AT
Mr. Charles J. Ecclks, who has
been visiting Chicago, returned Home yester
M. H. Johson. Esq., city editor of
the Appical, returned to the city yesterday
afternoon, and win resume nis uuues at once,
Mr. C B. Wellford. who has been
absent In Virginia and the cast, returned home
yesterday. He sems to nave ueeu very mucu
improved by his visit.
Dr. J. R. Graves, of the Baptist, has
returned to the city, and will resume the pub
lication or that paper at once. Tho first
issue will be out next week.
Mb. Jos. Peffer, who has been so
journing some time In St- Louis returned
nome yesterday, and was gladly received by
bis friends and acquaintances.
Major John D. Adams has sold out
his interest in the Little Bock Gazttle, and
Major Woodruff U now the sole proprietor of
that paper, of which ho Is also tho editor.
Dan Dugan, Esq., who haa chased
the autumn shadows In New York State, ar
rived here yesterday, much to the delight of
his friends, who thought he had lied lo for
Captain George J. Mallory, who
has been sounding damages to the sunken
steamer Belle Vernon, in the Ohio, returneo
home yesterday. He does not look Uke a
wreck, but Is happv, fat, nnd cheerlul.
Mb. Jonas Kind, of San Francisco.
California, arrived here yesterday, to wind
up the business of hislato brother-in-law, Mr
M. Caro, who died of yellow-rover several
weeks ago. Mr. Kind Intends making Mem
phls his home, aud we heartily welcome him
to our enterprising city.
The many Jriends of Mr. J. D. Rich
ardson, will bo pleased to know that this gen
ial gentlemanreturned yesterday to Memphis ,
alter being absent four months, most of which
time he spent In tee enjoyment ol a foreign
tour. Mr. Richardson is gladly welcomed
home by countless friends.
Captain Enoch Taylor, the popu
lar superintendent of the Great Western Dis
patch, arrived home yesterday afternoon, in
the most brilliant of spirits as usual. During
his sojourn In Cincinnati, he did yoeroan ser
vice for tliebenetlt or tbe Memphis sufferers.
He is sojourning ut the Peabody.
Mr. B. LoWenstein, the princely
dry goods merchant, returned homo from tho
north ami east yesterday after an absence of
several moutliH.wheiu he has been making the
must extensive purchases for his mammoth
dry oods establishment, which is unrivalled
in this section of the country. Mr. Lowen
stelu, with his usual acoteness, wivs enabled
to take advantsge of the present panic In the
markets, and therefore his legion or customers
will reap the beuelitor bis enterprise and ex
perience as a buyer. Inle absent on busl
nesshe Klndiy remembered the distressed or
Memphis, and leut a helping hand in collect
ing Mibicrintions tor the rellel ol the poor,
the sick and the dying of lha city.
Mr. C. P. Wcoldkidoe, a well
known cotlou-clerk, and for many years cor.
uected with some ol onr largest homes in
handling the fleecy staple, can now be found
with the old reliable firm of Stanton A Moore,
'rocer aud cottou-lactors, at Xo. H Front
street, whe e he will be pleased to see his old
friends and oimtomers aud as mauy new ones
aswlilgivohtm tha benefit of their patron
ace. Mr. Wooldridgo is a numbtrone sales
mau, aud his leputatlon as a weigher and
sampler ol cotton is unsurpassed by tbat or
any gentleman in the business Tho houso
he represents carries aiaraeslock ot goods,
and are prepared to sell as low as any noose
in the city. Charlie gives his friends the
benefit of these figures-full weights, and the
best of everything in the house.
"William Stothard Adams is dead !
This announcement will awaken leellngsor
sadness In the hearts ol thousands of the read
ers of the Appeal who knew Undo Billy,"
and especially of those who knew him in
earlier days when ho ranked high among
Memphis financiers After an Illness of
several weeks duration, he died yesterday
mornlDg at the lesidence of his broth-er-ln-law,
in this city. Tbe Impersonation of
honesty and Integrity, he was the center of a
large circle of warm friends composed of our
best citizens, and though adversity drove him
from his high position In the financial world,
he adhered strictly to those principles whlcb
adorned his character In prosperity. Genial,
iovial and confiding, no one entertained
au"ht but kind feelings toward him and sym
pathy lor his misfortunes He was born in
Nashville, reared In Pulaski, and on attain
ment of manhood ho returned toXashville,
where he entered into partnership with Mr.
Folwell In the banking business, and soon
after the firm of Folwell A Adams oankers
removed to Memphis ond were prominent In
financial droits until about the year 1SS3 or
tvi when the firm was dissolved, slnco which
time Mr. Adams has not engaged in any busi
ness whatever. Why be abandoned tne busi
ness walks of ll'o la known only to a, row of
bis most Intimate friends, but It Is enough for
the world to know that in his retirement he
-,ii,i ntn him tha confidence or hlsrrlends
and a reputation for honssty and iuwgrtty
wtthouVa blm!h. Thpugit not IdtnutteH
rrl.A n mlu, mfulu hv tllO COmPAlly Oil
Tuesday night lni;utaiaudfn,WBS kept
to car afid Uopei Outside or Now York R
would be lmrossimeio wro a J"?" rt;
advantage than that ot Marble XTfort last
nighU Wo have no Janlt toflnd, atleMt, we
are so well pleased with the confldirnce and
case with which management and
filled thelrparts. that we cannot afford to in
dulge in what rmght-lnvlewof tlio general
success, be hyperciiticism. The ctotumlng
and mottntlbg wore quite equal to the reppta.
n,.n nr ti.t. i.tttt... in tia nalmlest days.
hndt all the accessories), the minor do-!
taUa which fill to please the eyo were gru-j v
ed with adaiiroble tosto and effect. Ail tne
scenes were good, savo that ot the studio, in
wlitcn mere was apercepuoie uatuuii.".
butwe will forget It In view of the otherwise
uniform excellence. .Ifdrote Heart lins-many
times been put upon the staga in
Memphis and Is one of tho few play?
of Its class that wears with, play-goers, it
Is so rich- in sentiment ana, wiinai, jioiuu
clear a moral, tnnv ii lanes noiu o
both extremes of the social element.
and satisfies, as well as gratifies, every
desire. It Is a play la which tne
man or the town, tno romuuuo
dreamer, the sentimentalist and Ihe
wiao-awaao ana praciicev umu .,
themuilvtis no rt raved In unes
so weU marked as lo leave no doubt as to who
sat lor tile portrait, mo cnaraciera me
sketches from nature and in Hie hands
of our very nsienieu company mp
made to ipeak with nil the strength
of reility. As we have sld we have
no complaints to make. Batrntbereongratu.
Uons to convey.to the management upon the
sagacity that haa drawn together so many or
diverse ways and moods in art, blending to
gether to make so triumphant a success
Hamilton and Mlis Oilman, we have no
reason to sorrow ror the want or at
with in tto n a i.nntr. rvi'ir:LL. n-Aiuvr'-f ur.
star. indeed, we nave nuin
,Aarn tf. pa thllt T M ( aitSenCB Ul U BUU
airortLs them anopportunltyofmaklngthe'r
powers felt qulto equal, and conspicuous for
au equality with nof demand the ffi nage
uient or the public may make. The- a
.it Inst nli?ht indorsed then-'
most heartily In tills sense, applaud-
ingasthey did the points wim wnicn tno
piece abounds, made, as they wore, with al
mivst artistic emnhosis Of Mr. Evans we are
glad to renew our praise of yesterday and to
OtlU lO ISUl '71 Dl!. IjUUK, iuuwiuwd mawiiiuu.
that as Dlogelics" ma Volage" he filled the
public conception of two ehnrooters that in
nothlnz are subordinate to that or "Phidias"
or "Raphael Duchatelet." Light, graceful and
easy, he filled the stage with his presence, and
carried- hlmseir triumphantly to the close,
If wo may paraphrase an old quotation, Irom
gay to grave, irom lively to serene. He
divided the applause with Evans, who is
every way worthy of the position he occupies
at the head of so exee.lent a company. Miss
U Uman rat her surprised us by her easy adapta-
lon or a naturally sunny uispostuon, anu
ij,ims to a svmnAthetio part, iorwhlcli there
are no reliefs or gaiety, and we are more than
ever confirmed that she la destined to ml o
place very near to tne nearts oiour peti .
Of "Marco," as played by Mrs.
irnmlltnrt. -WH ennnnt Ray mncll. It WOS
on the whole, a creditable rendition, though
not equal to many we novo seen, mmo muu-
nerisius oi pruniinciai-ii'u, uuiuc
rectatlon, were perceptibly to her dlsadvnn
Ifiim ic rn.il 'i 1 1 tt 1,.- -nntmat with the clear
enunciation ot those who in character and by
talent walked upon the same level wim
an effort at heightening or nature and a
some-.imes awkward "hitching" or the dress
marred what otherwise would piss for a fair
performance. Miss Anderson, as "Madame
ouchatelet,"was quiet, subdued nnddlgnlfled,
nml minii her place in the. picture with natur
alness and ease. Of the subordinates
wo have only to say they looked well, dressed
well, played lalrly and filled In the back
ground so as to set off, to the best advantage,
tbe conspicuous good qualities of their lend
ers. We hope to-night the house will be filled.
Ihe management deserve the best support our
people can give. They havo brought to
gether a large and expensive compa
ny, quite equal, as it members havo
shown, to the production ot drama and play
In a manner to challenge critical attention
and give to Memphis all the advantages or a
metropolitan theater. With Iesa than this
our peoplo would not be satLsfled, less thnu It
they should not support, having it, they must
support it and in a woy to leave
no complaint with the managers
They aro young men well known as among
onr mosl-enterprising, and are actuated solnly
by a desire to preserva to our city, ana in
crease, H possible, a reputation we well de
serve for superior theatricals There ore lew
stars now to be had that could add much
to the eclat of the perforaiancei of this
and last wtek. Tho oldo-t play-goers are
loudest in their praises of them, and we have
yet to meet any who can withstand, with
even the shadow of truth, a verdict so gene
ral and that so warmly attests the superior
merit of tho company now occupying the
stage of our theater. Marble Itearl again to
nlgnt, and let there be a crowded house.
Everybody shonld see it.
FOR CAIRO AND T. LUUJJ3.
atempnis and St. Lonls JPacbet Comjacj
For Hickman, Colnmbus, Cairo and SULonlt.
Steamer CITY OF CHESTER, jTrsi
A. Zelgler irn iisrT"
Leaves as above THURSDAY, November
13th, at 5 o'clock p.m.
no!2 AD. STORM. Treasurer.
LOUISVILLE AD CINCINNATI.
Louisville and New Orleans Packet Co
For Loulsvlle and Cincinnati tho sieamcr
Blavy Moustoii ssSKi
C. O. Miller master Elliott Miller clerk
Will leave FRIuAY.Nov. I4th,at 12ra.
Apply to R. A". L1GUTBURNK, Agent,
noiJ iSH) Front street.
Memphis nnd Ohio River PncUet Ci.
For couisvine nnd Cincinnati.
The fine passenger steamer . il
F. Y.Batchelor master
Leaves FIlfllAY. Nov. llth. at j O 'clock p.m
For ireight or passage apply on board, or to
noli: 15. If. coilb dc CO., Agems.
FOR RED RIVER.
I'n.l.T- f.lnn nf River I'nWtefs.
For Jeffereon, Shreveport, Alexandria, Grand
rtcore am wny lanuings.
Steamer LADY LEE, n y?T"l
(i. F. Shields niastorisfiSiSSS.
Tills elegant passenger steamer will leave as
aUOVe Dit.1 U IXXJii. 1 , HUV.lilUl, M 111
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 44 Madison st
Hemnnla and St. Vocln Packet Company
ir. H. Mall Line.
For Helena, Chicot, GreonvUIe, Viokabnrt
and Way Landings
Steamer CITY OF HELENA, r?-rr v
,M q rveA I., muBicr.
Leaves FRIDAY. Xov. llth. at iu ajn.
no!3 All. STOrtM. Treasurer.
VICKSBURG and NEW ORLEANS.
For Vlcksburg and New Orleans
ALLEGHENY' BELLE and Barges,
J. K. B0OTH master .
Leaves as above THIS DAY,No-J
vember ism, aiizm.
For freight apply to
K. ll. CO lit! A CO, Agents 361 Front St.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Merchants' Southern Packet Compnuy
Tbe Old Reliable.
FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS
The elegant side-wneet steamer
-Sieury Ames, r-Q
West Jacobs.jnaster I W. C. Aiken clerk
r.eaves KKIDAV. Nov. llth. at 10 o.m,
For Ireight or passage apply on board, or to
B. liltinl'DUltJIli, Ageui, ffll rxouuaw
ClHciunHil and New Orleans Pncltet Co.
FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS.
Tiios. Sherlock, r-
H N. Hart. niasie
Leaves THIS DAY, 13thlnstant, at 5 p. m.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. LIGHTBURNE, Agent,
no!3 290 Front street.
FOR NEWflllLsaXS AJiBTHRRKNUS.
For Vlcksburg, natcnez anuncw urieans,
John ii. Maude, r"
J. V. Noel ..master Alf. Grlssom.clerK.
This elegant passenger steamer wUl leave as
above rn ukspai, r.ov. i..u, an r.m.
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, i Madison et
MEMPHIS -AND NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY
LEAVES MEMPHIS EVKHY TllUttS
BAY AT 4 P.M.
For Month or White- luvor, , . cr .
Helena, ciucub (.uy, -"---
VlcksburgKNatchez, and all plantation sa
Wli IcaveTrlftfeDAY.'lfoS" U.nt 5"p.hl
. OilN R. JIACDl.'.
J.F-Noel, master. ' AH. Grlssom, clerk
Wlllleave THURSDAY, Nov. 6, at5 p.m.,
the s. earner
F. A. Blanks, master. Jos. Holmes, clerk.
Will leave as abov.
For freight or passage apply ou board.
JOHN T. WASHINGTON. Agent,
no5 4K Madison tareer.
Memphis, Melcua- and-Wny -Lanlllnisa-irl-wecUly
Str. Pat Ciebiiyne,
W. J. AHUFORD masiei
Leaves Memphis tl-KsDAVS, THURSDAY -and
SATURDAYS, at 5 p.m.
Saturday's trip extended to Phillips' Bayou
on Bt. Francis river.
For freight or passage apply on board. oc3
AND VICKSBURG PACKET
Company. Trl-weekiy L,ineror
Frlar's Point, Napoleon and the Bends
U. . Jlil to napoleon. tne suuuueia
a. j. win. ir.,
IMaxk Che ..-JIasI er
OKO. W. UlEtJi,
flmtisrR Mnlnne Master
.n.w.f i ti nlwvvrt steamers will leave Tllf-S.
DAY B,TH U RSDA S A SATURDAY S, at 5p Jn
A clerk will bo louud at the big red whaif-
boat to receive freight at all times
For freight or passage apply on board or to
No. 38 Front street.
At 301 Second Street,
II. VAN BROKUN, Attctlon'er.
Saddles JIarn ess. Hay, Corn, Whisky, Vlne
gar(lPickle, Groceries, Etc.,
JX. X ATJOTIOKT,
This (Thnnday) JMornlns, nt 10 o'clock,
BT A. E. rRAWKJLAlTO,
199 ntirt'ie" 3fnln slreer.
VTE TAKE PLEASURE TO
Paris, Berlia, Vienna ft iw Mfc-
WILL TAKE PLAGE
Ms, wm & mm
BERLIN AND PARIS CLOTH CLOAKS.
CkLLdreii's Cloaks Sn Costumes.
Vienna hit hh ft Bows.
SEES & FASHIONABLE DRESS FABRIC!
New Gloves and Trimmings
OUR UDT FRIENDS AND PATRONS ARE IHYITBD TO CALL,
261 and 263 Main
NO, 254 SECOND STREET, IRVING BLOCK,
THE ORIGINAL "8TAUFFSR"
(Introduced by us In 18W.)
A50 A TABIETY OFRADES OF
BSCTIFIBD AND REDISTILLED
WILL POSITIVELY OPEN
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, AND CLOSE DECEMBER 10, 1873.
Producing Music equal to a Brass Band of Thirty Performers, and playing One Hundred
different pieces, will be one of the most attractive and wonderful features of theJsx position.,
TIE EXGCBUrSIVE ADD ITISl,
To the Building have been completed, embracing a " - '
FLORAL HALL WITH CLASS ROOF,
Especially! arranged for a Grand Display of Flowers and Plants of every clime, andla
POW Jill. HATiIn,
For the more complete display of every kind of MaeWnery, arrangements being made foisaho
x u. running of all machinery on exhibition.
Tho Transportation Committee have made arrangement with the various Railroad; Bines,
ino iTanspori-." coming toMemphlajor
a- AT.-g PARE EATSS TO Atl. VISITOHS ''Z'l
To the KxcosltloD, and thaVariousacket ComponBWe shmlfled tha!ttatiBt5
TO the mpoati""aat Badnegd M pf Fara fpftn EXposlKon. Visitors. ,
TJU IfiXjTOsItlou will U8 Open Dally from lO e-m. to W .rnm
APaATTAac...n..it.i.i.i M.TlTEaTYigi'ya csas m mt :
ASXOUNliE THAT 0LR
09 THURSDAY NEST.'1
Street. Cor. Conrt.
OUR FIRST SHIPMENT'
In Kilderkin or 22 Gallons, nil I
arrire, per steamer,
WE VRE iiOTV RECEITIXR 0REKS