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THI MEMPHIS DAXET" APPEAL-TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1S76
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE S, E.
CHAXUE or HOUEDOtr.
ON AND AFTER HCNDAY. KEMEMBKK
S 18W. train will iuhu follows:
' 1 1.1CAVB. ARRIVE.
VewOrteaosMall.dally SiOpjn. 12:50 pjn
(eirept Handaj) 4:p.m. 8:15 a.m
PrWibt Train, dally (- 4-33 D.m
ceptSflndsy) b-Wam. -wp.m
Owe connections made X"?, wl,n
trMoa North and couth for all point.
1 tv" tr,i,r information an ply to Ticket
office. No.2!7 Main utreet, anil at Depot,
ojnce.-'.u.- M Bitukk, superintendent,
JAMES SPEEt'. Ticket Agent.
HEJIPHIS AND CHARLESTON B. B
-N AND AFTER THURSDAY, AUGUST
v7 Leaves. ArrlTea.
MaU train, dally at i?S
KrTTrkln. dillr. at 5:00 jwn. 12Sb ajn
KalfSKlUnoiitop at Flag BUUoaa be
tween Grand Junction and Memphis.
Mronnect at Grand Junction lor all
?.Sr:J2r'7; TwttiT riop;v for Monteom-
frtirt.nth. Close connection lor
;.i?Siihv both trains. Close connections
BlThatunooga for KsJtem ana bouineasiera
ifo'arce of can rtyeen MemphU and
B-ikiol and Memphis and Montgomery.
The new and magnificent sleeplng-car-llne
Snn?r itrr f thoir new sleepers leave
SnSi. nliLTon Express Ttraln at 540 pjn,
-olthoul change, uai '"
&.. Office. fSffS&l
TOM B. DUNN. Ticket Agent.
tODlSYILIE AKD 5ASHTILIB
GREAT SOUTHEBU KAILEOAD.
Express train loaves dally
n 'is p tti
ffflin feeves dally at lias a.m
KffmS leaves dally (except
Sunday) at 6:00 P-m
' Pnllnaan Palace Bleeping- Cars on aU night
foftlekets or information apply at
Ifcici OQce, No. 287 Haln Street,
JOHN T. ruijxt dup -ui
JAMES SPEED. Ticket Agent.
JOHN T. FLYNN, BUD'S memptus amt.
For State Senator.
tttE are authorized to announce thatT.B
W EDGINGTON Is a candidate for State
Senator, sublect to the action of the ensuing
Ticraocratle and Conservative Convention.
BRACELE r Sunday, Sept. 10th, a plain
gold bracelet. Finder will be liberally re
warded byleavlng It at 100 Madison street.
8TBA1TSP OR BTOXEH.
Mil LE From W. M. Sledge's place, near
Lucy Statlon.onedun-colored horssmule,
about nine years old, heavy built, -with cutlu
tongue. A liberal reward will be paid lor his
return to W. H. NANCE, Lncy Btatlon.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ISC
The Household, Dlnlngroom and Kitchen
Furniture, Carpets. Mirrors, Paintings, and a
fine Library of Choice Works, now in the
Cocke Residence, No.371 Vance street, will be
sold at private sale. Apply on the premises
between 9 a m. and 4 p.m. selO
mniT TrrryjAUT TX1T The southwest cor-
I ner of Shelby and Talbot streets, 60 by 200
it tipxt in Mr. Goodman, is now on the
market, to bk toLD. Bids solicited.
TRKZEVANT & CO., 19 Madlton St.
T7NGINE One 8-horse power engine and
ri hniinr. alei. nn " llnetl boiler. 20 leet ion z.
j,nnrifR in diameter. Inaulre of Engineer at
ONE JiNGINE AND BOILER
PHIL J. MALLON & CO..
6o9 201 Main titreet.
"vNE BILLIARD TABLE. PLMKOCTE
I ) Cues, cue-racks, markers, etc.: will sell for
Warranted In first-class condition. sep3
iPlINS-One CO Saw Pratt Gin, In perfect or
One 60-Saw Albany Gin, In perfect order
a"wo 60 -Saw new Champion Gins, 51C0 each.
Blx tO-Saw new Champion GlnstlOO each.
Ml J. v. pairick: t CO
-rrrAOON Llnht 3-'PiIne wagon, double-
YV panel, rebuilt as good as new. Apply
James, hoosa& Co., S2 at.d 94 Jefferson street.
H rool building, Nos. 81 and S3 Madlton
street, lately occupied by MULDOON, BUL
LET? 4 CO. Favorable terms may bo made
lor lease oi grounu lur u o ut ica j chuo.
au25 GEO. H. BELL, Receiver.
ilOTTAGE A fine new cottage-house and
by 178 feet deep to an alley between Concord
ana uvenun sirecwi, miu kuw vuvcu muu
out-buUdlngs. Appaw wEBBEBt
au9 No. 113 Madison street.
-1TNS Ten Gullett's
I T lipht-draft Maenolla Gins, asso;
fiti now. nnd warranted in perfect order.
which we offer at a largo reduction nnder
manufacturer's prices, to close out consign
ment, being part of the stock of Gullett's for.
iter agents, and must be sold. For superior
quality of sample, quantity of yield and rapid
ginning, these gins cannot be surpassed.
Sample can be seen at our office. Liberal
terms offered to the trade. A. M. BCAR
BROUGH 4 CO.. 232 Front street. Jyl3
CYPRESS LATH 600,t00 Sawed. Cypress
Lath at n GO per thousand. By
WILLIAMS & CO., Lumber Dealers.
"DUILD1NG LOTS If you wish to be inde
JD pendent, secure a home. I am now offer
ing to parties who wish to build, lots on the
Thomas tract at one-half their value. The
rent yon are now paying will soon secure yon
a home of your own.
I. D. CON AWAY,
Rental and Real Estate Agent, 8 Madison st.
HO QMS ABX BOARD.
BOARDERS At 122 Oonrt; neatly furnished
front rooms; goo J hoard at reasonable rates
rpHE CHAMBERS HOUSE
1 corner of Second and Washington streets,
is now open for the accommodation of the
traveling public. This spacious and elegant
house has been refurnished and refitted
throughout, regardless of expense, and is now
in a first rate condition. A share of the pnb
I'c patronage respectfully solicited. Charges
moderate to suit the times.
JOS. CHAMBERS, Owner and Proprietor.
Nice rooms fitted up expressly for faml
les. References required. se9
7 JAY-BOARD AND LODGING
jJ at 106 Union street.
n OOMS Two large furnished rooms, with
XX board, at 121 COURT ST.
BOARDING and Lodging by Mr. M. J. El
lio'.t ; single rooms, S3 per week. 58 Poplar.
lOOMS AND BOARD-Elegant front room,
a with small roam connected, suitable for
family. Also, other nice rooms for families or
gentlemen, furnished or unfurnished. Day
oarders accommodated, at 129 court street.
IS1TORS TO THE ClTY-Can find first
class accommodations at 100 Madison St.
nOOHS AND BUAKB Nlcely-fumlshed
.. rooms, with board, at UO Monroe street,
SX blocks from Main. Day-boarders wanted.
"TjrrOMAJT Who can cook, wash and iron
Y V lor a small family. Apply at
selO 97 MARKET STREET.
WHITE GIRL From 10 to 15 years old, to
help with housework, at 11 Overton st.
TO RENT. LEASE OR SELL A FARM OF
X from "o to 100 acres, halrrmlle south of
.forest mil, on .aieinpnisand Charleston Rail
road. Good Improvements on the place and
under good fence. Possession given 1st of Oc
tober, or sooner, if deslied. Would hire a
competent person to work the place. Apply
selO No. 7 Madison street.
CURNltii!.u iiuuaiv-ui seven or
ooms. lor one or i wo montns. Addres
selO SOUTHERN, Appeal office,
nnv Trnn'v dlnlne-room bov; nln o-rneri
L enced WOMA to do housework nnd
washing, at U3 Madison; references required,
FALL AND WIN1 ER PATTERNS We have
lust received the latest Fall and Winter
Patterns forladld,' hats and bonnets.
FINLLY & NEWELL, 41 Monroo st.
FINLEY NEWELL ARE NOW PBE
pared to renovate all kinds of Gentlemen'H
bilk and Felt Hats, at 41 Monroe street. selO
YOUNG MEN To attend the day and night
sessions at Leddin's Bn&lness College.
rrHlTE SERVANT To do general hoose
VV work; none but thoroughly competent
and well recommended need apply.
A. N. McKAY, 371 Main ttreeL
HAVING AT TEN CUNTS-
at the AUiit, L Main street.
SITUATION A3 ENGINEER
For Cotton Gin, by a manor experience,
who can give best of references. Adarers
Sfc8 c. IL D Appeal office.
TfTHITE COOK A good cook, washer and
Tf ironer. Apply at SOJFronetr se7
MAN WITH FAMILY' To work on place
near the city; one who understands
irolt and cardenlnir preferred. Call at No. 631
S2burn avenue. W. L. READ,
OITUATION As nune or chambermaid by
J a youne minmi woman, without encum-
- Pfy- Anmc t e r.A it a 2M Adams street.
JADx Dtamjj, A POdlTION-As com
onto an Invalid, or as housekeeper;
rererW Sder and of cheerful disposition ;
aa given. Address
BsuAi.uwr.Lii, mis omce.
9v0'ONTU-lsa certainty to every
l?k. KowSiB oar Letter-copjlni;
"mp for circni'.2,n?u water used. Send
i?and 17 TiibJfvcelslor Manl'gCoNo.
Eclosive Vpg Chlragoflllinols.
X!?HmTD,,,,1ale 3-story Brick
C" ALE3MEN ASll7i,.ln
No. 25i secoad stxtet.
M'US & BiRtt., aoi Slain tit.
WILL SELL ON
Tnra-lny Slorclnr, PrpMI, ot 10 o'clock.
An aiorlt-d stock of
, ANU ONE PIANO,
" -"k" ji i urniiure, tic.
A. H. STODDABD,
Hakes dally sales
of Merchandise of every
Special attention and rates
given to sales for exocntors, administrator,
trustees, assignees, underwriters and cargoes
No. SCO Second Street. Memphis. Tenn
MEW AUCTION HOUSE
THE underslgnod have this day formed a
copartnership, nnder tbo firm name of
WAXj6UA.CE, PAVUMB2EU & CO.,
for the purpose of conducting the
Auction & Commission Business,
ncluding Underwriter's Sales, Manufac
turers upoas ana Real Estate. AVe have
Jfcen thp old itand of A. E. Frank
land, 195 MkIu ntre.r.and have secured the
nervlces of the affable, reliable and gentle-
. fr. ', .,c"ua salesman, Jiaj. J. K..MCDON
ALU, lately with a. E. Frankland.
Air. aba. WALLACE, AncUoneer In UiU
c"y for thlrty-nve ytars, will devote hi entire
bilcuuuu iu tun pcnerai Dnsmess.
Mr. PLUM.MKK will hnv. nf lh.
ofllce, and give his courteous attention to all,
j"" iuiiu. motto is uulcK Hales,
Honest DeallCfr and Pmmnt. Kpiiium.nti
We have three commodious rooms, each 25
; "m' iuiu ouowrooms, ami
solicit from all a share or patronage, believ
ing, with our experience and determination
w HJUJlIUiY. we Will MR nhlM tn irlVA rnt D.
facUon. ASA WALLACE.
, B. T. PLUMMEIt.
f P. TURNER, DENTIST,
. S13 Main, corner Monroe street.
Jtu AXiiftitu vuuuHxiaimakesaspeclnny
of treating EYK AND EAR D18EA8ES.
nice, ja i-npiar street. JU30
FOR SALS OS IEASB.
BUILDING PROPERTY Very desirable
unimproved building property In any
portion of the city ; will sell or save long leases
upon reasonable terms to parties wishing to
build. Apply to JOHN OVKBTON.JE
or O. N. GKOUVENOR,
Jy30 281 Seiond street.
RESIDENCE 106 Market St., bet. Third and
Fourth, In good lepalr Apply next door.
rESIDENGE S94 Vance Street, now otcn
rL nled by C. M. Waldram : possession elven
October 1st. Inaulre ot Snronle & McCown.
corner Main and Jefferson streets. sell)
O street, first building eastol Main st.
JAME& S. WILKINS.
No. 290 Main sU, corner Madison.
STOREROOM No. 330 Main street, corner
Union, occupied now by Kenneday &
Kudd as a boot ai.d ehoe store. It is con ceded
to be one of the best locations in the city and
" the star corner " for business. Possession
given October let- Applywlthln. se7
STORES DWELLINGS. OFFICES, SLEEP
O lug-rooms, Lands lor 1877.
W. D. MCCAI.LUM, Agent,
se7 No. 19 Madison btreet.
RESIDENCE The 2-story brick residence,
140 Second st , containlc g 9 rooms, in good
order, with good yard and cistern. Apply to
OflO CARROLL AVENUE Well located
6)o eood water and ens: S35 per month,
Apply at Room 25,Planteis Insurance Co.'s
Building, aa Maaison street. seu
II ESIDENCE No. 1C9 Madison st. Apply to
IW K. B. HKU WJJEJN , H M aQlfcOU St,
DRONT ST. STORE 316, near Monroe, lately
Reinhardt's. W. A. v nAi Liri x .
THE CARROLL COTTON SHED-Juit cast
of the bayon, oil north side of Court
street. The shed has been repaired, and rent
will oe at low rates. E. L. BELCHER,
sel Receiver, office 32 Poplar street.
G1XPOS1TION BUILDING The old Mem-
d phU industrial Kxposiuon Building,
VPpiy'-' U. XX. UHWOVJ&iNUtt,
I-1 264 Second atr
OOU8E Known as the Jefferson HouFe
IX No. 10j Jefferson street: It contains nf
wen rooms, or particulars appiyto
wiilKSTA, MALATESTA & CO.,
an! 232 Main street.
The Centennial closes next year.
Tho public schools opened yesterday,
irsmphia has a scholastic nomila
tion cf ten thomaud and two.
The weather turned cool Sunday
nigni, ana yesteruay was pleasant ana
The JDunlap base-hall club, of Paris.
beat the Pastimis. of Humboldt, last
Haturaay by a score of twenty-two to
We understand that cotton Is open
ing unusually fast, and it is believed
that the present crop wiU be early in
The Memphis Blues and Memphis
Reds play another game at Central park
this afternoon. The game will be called
at half-past three o'clock, sharp.
-The Democratic executive boaid of
Shelby county meets to-morrow at
twelve o'ciock for tne purpose oi electing
a secretary to fill the existing vacancy
caused by the resignation of Mr. E, J.
-TheTilden and Hendricks club of
the Fifth ward has changed its time of
meeting to Wednesday night, instead of
to-night as previously announced. The
club will meet at the comer of Hernan
do and Eeale streets.
-Eight or nine hundred persons were
at Central rark Sunday afternoon to
witnees the base-ball game between the
Memphis Beds and Memphis Blues.
The game proved to be quite exciting
and was won by the Beds, the score
ing four to two.
Mrs F- Morrell, Bangor, Maine,
July 2, 1873, writes: "Six months ago
my irlenas tnougut me mcuruuie, fcui-
ferinsr from weakness, disordered
stomach, and fever. The doctors gave
me no beneiir. X was pertuaueu to try
Colden's Llebig's .Liquid .Extract or
Beef and Tonic Invigoiator; after using
tnree bottles began to improve, ana to
day feel perfectly well."
The Misdirection of the Bile. i
The misdirection of the bile, a conse
quence which ensues when the liver is
inactive ana me uoweis toruiu, jiro-
duoes a number of bodily evils. The
blood incomes contaminated with tue
bilious fluid, cauelng the skin and the
whites of tne eyes to assumo a yeiiow-
ish tinge; dyspepsia and nauaea super
vene, tne tongue uecomcs mrjeea, tne
breath fetid; there are pains in tho fcfdo
and between the shoulder blades, the
urine is high colored and scalding- and
in aggravated cases jaundice and inllsm
at.ou of the liver ensue. All theso
consequences may be prevented or ob
viated by using Hostetter's Stomach
Bitterp, a vegetable alterative tonic
wnicn stimulates tne inactive aver to
exert itself In secreting and directing the
tile, acts naturally upon tne bowels ana
remove3 every trace of indigestion.
In the sky in a sign of God's promise
that the world should not again be de
stroyed by water; and viewing the te
nacity witn wnicn men noio on tome,
it is surprising to all how reck'f ssly they
snap the links one after another, by pay
ing no heed to tho derangement of their
conbtitution, because uiey are eo ngnt as
to soon wear away. MiHaKen dela
tions! If one of the parts of our deli
cately complex organism be irjured, it
turowa grenter e train on tue otners and
a'.l suffer. Wishing to maintain tho ar-
imal economy in a healthful state ana
to restore lost power, we have only to
use the celebrated Home Stomach Bit
ters. Better Late than Ncrer.
If your teeth are goine and yon have
not yet tried the "oozadont," as a pre
servative, try it now. Abandon all other
den tri flees and give it a fair chance; it is
guaranteed to be as harmless as water.
A Dollar Sared is Two Dollars 3Iadc,
So buy your clothing and furnishing
Kood, at half price, from the Great
Western Clothirg House, 227 Main.
Save Your Hair. If you wish to
gave your hair and keep it strong and
healthy, use Burnett's Cocoaine.
Try Thrash Consumption Cure and
Lung Restorer, for all lung affections,
loss of voice, cough, croup, etc For sale
by all druggists; wholesale by W. N.
Wilkerson & Co.. 340 Main St., Memphis.
Go to Leddin's Business College.
Tuh cheapest and best 8tbamP yetnq
and OTARma Hons in the city is at 2i
B0Q nd (tTMU ..X.J. WAT.ggV-A oo,
TBK GENE UAL COUNCIL.
Proceedings of Both Ronrds Yesterday
Afternoon TIio Repair of the
"VVbarf-TIie Paving of
Thp Taxes for the Coming; Year The
Council DoesXot Understand Latin
The salary of the .Sinking-Fund
The common council met in the city
ball at half-past three o'clock yesterday
afternoon, Air. Donovan presiding.
The minutes cf last month's meetings
were read and adopted
The report ol city cfllcers for Augast,
which have kl eady been published
were read and adopted. The report of
the committee on accounts ana requisi
tions of the varicm city departments
were rtad and passed nrss reading.
The requisition of the hospital phyei
cian was referred to that official so as to
have a sum specified as to the coat of the
diff erent articles, the names or wnicn
being in Latin wero unintelligible to the
The account of M. T. Williamson, for
codifying the city laws, passed llrst read
The council was served with a duik or
alternative writs of mandamus 1st ued by
tie United States circuit court. Service
was acknowledged by resolution.
The report of tbe ordinance commit
tee, recommending the paEsage of an
ordinance requiring drivers of vehicles
to reduce tnoir speed wnen crossing city
bridges, and to have signs put up warn'
ing all drivers, passed lioal reading.
On recommendation of the committee.
the petition to have Mr. Loudon im
prove and repair Mam street south oi
beale before doing work elsewhere, was
tabled, as it conflicted withau ordinance
prescribing where tho worK is to Degin
The -Kernel was granted permission lo
fence in a small lot of grcuud around
ono sido cf the building on Charleston
i'l'ho real estate committee reported
list of property occupied by private par
ties, the value of the rents, and tbe
proper course to bo pursued in securing
their payment, tub report oi tne com
mittee was concurred in.
A resolution by Councilman Donovan
that the mayor and city attorney report
as scon as nossinie tne rate oi taxation
necessary for. tho ensuing municipal year
Two netuions oi noiaers oi city cou
nons askiug to have the same included
in tho madamustax were granua.
Tho petition of Thomas O'JJonneU,
injured while working on the Jackson
street bridge, atking for damages, was
referred to the cwy engineer ana mayor.
Councilman Donovan presented an
ordinance to repeal the ordinance allow
ing the siDKing xuna commis3ioners a
salary. Passed first reading and referred
to finance committee.
A petition from the managers of E'm
wood cemetery agreeing to pay taxes,
with interest and cost lor one year, on
the ground known as the "O.d Morris
cemetery," sold to the Mutual storage
company, was referred to the mayor and
city attorney with power to act.
A resolulion, by Councilman Dono
van, requesting the city attorney, mayor
and finance committee to investigate
and ascertain if P. C. Bethel and John
Overton are released by the resolution
from the payment of their debts due the
citv in tbe nurcnaeo or mempnis ana
Charleston railroad stock, was adopted.
A resolution infctmatlng the mayor,
city attorney and finance committee to
ascertain if there was any official wrong
In the E M'Davitt transaction,and hew
far said M'Davitt Is bound.was adopted
A number of petitions were read and
referred to the respective committees.
A petition from the wharlmaster, to
have the landing graded at the foot of
Washington street, to be U3ed exclusive
ly as a ferry landing, passed first read
A resolution, by Councilman Weller,
to have not more than six oil-lamps
erected on Hernando strcet.was adopted,
Alter the joint session, councilman
Kerr moved to refar the bids for the im
proveraent of the wharf and landing to
the city engineer ana a joint committee
of hve, consisting ot three counciimen
and two aldermen. This resolution
passed in the council, but was rejected
by the board of aldermen.
The council concurred with the board
of aldermen referring the above-named
bid to the city engineer ana wnari ana
Adjournea to lour o'ciock vveunesaay
IN JOIST SESSION.
Thn common council and board of
aldermen met in joint session to hear the
different bids made for the improve
ment of the wharf and landing.
Major WHilamsDn stated that pursu
ant to the ordinance all bids had to close
at twelve o'clock, but he had received
ono from a gentleman named Mt.
M'Gavelt, who has come four hundred
miles. It was for tho council to deter
mine whether this bid should be re
Councilman Seessel moved that the
bids he opened, but that of Mr. M'Gav-
ett be not received. This motion was
made after some discussion and was
Tne bids were ther. openea; tne ma-
ders being, W. Y. Christian, Thomas
Brown, James Fogarly, M. Larkin,
Thomas Watson, Wm. Johnson, Wm.
Atkins, Samuel (JaldwelJ, Thomas
Foley, James A. Loudon, a. a. James,
P. G. Meath.
The joint session dissolved.
BOARD OF ALDERJIEN.
Basrd mot pursuant to adjournment,
Alderman Zent in the chair.
The repoits of clhcera for the month or
August, as published in the Appeal
last Thursday, were then read.
The following requisitions were al
lowed on the first reading: Hospital
$650; fire department, 5220 62.
The report of ths committee on ac
counts passed its first reading.
Various mandamuses were presenteu,
read, and disposed of by a vote to ac
Tne report of the committee on ac
counts for the month of July passed its
third and final reading.
The committee to esamme the city-
attorney's report, in reference to the ad
justment ot the city's affairs, was al
lowed iurtner time.
The committee on assessments re
ported petitions of Messrs. Kern, Henry
Bightor, B. A. Parker, and their dispo
sition of the same. Approved.
The report of the committea on im
provement", recommending improve
ments and disposing of petitions for the
The committeea on printing, wharf
and landing, lights and lamps, made no
Petition to allow a hose-carriage to
wash out the Poplar-street markethcuse.
Petitions to reshingle houses were all
referred to the fire committee.
Petitions to lower assessments were
referred to the finance committee.
Petition of Sam H Gibson, for dam
sgiB done his property by the city's
wagon. Referred to the committee on
Thomas Boyle and P. M. Winters, pe
tition for a special tax to pay coupons.
Beferred to the committee on finance.
M.T. Williamson's account forservicc s
rendered the city was allowed on the
J. D. Upton's proposition to fill the
office of city scavenger was referred to
the mayor, with power to act.
Petition to instruct the city engineer to
examine the wharf at the foot of Wash
ington Btreet, with reference to its re
pair, was passed on the first reading.
The hospital committee's report, peti
tioning for an allowance for shingling of
the hospital physician's house, was ap
proved. An ordinance, ordering the paving of
streets up to tbe track of the city-iail-road,
passed its first reading.
By motion, the mandamus cases wero
referred to the Major, with orders ;to re
port back to the general council.
An ordinance iu reference to the re
ceiving of property in payment of taxes,
etc., passed on its second reading.
The petition of Brodie & M'Intyre was
Bequisition of stationhouse-keeper
passed its third reading.
The board concurred in tbe opinion of
the city attorney, favoring an attempt
to get payment for the use of the navy
yard by the government.
The board concurred in the action of
the council on petitions of various per
sons in reference to pavements, fences,
Andrew M. Brownlow'a petition,
granted by the council, was referred to
The petition of W. L. Duff, likewise
granteu by the council, was referred to
tbR mayor and city attorney.
The board concurred In the resolution
for the finance committee to act with
the mayor, and make known the
"mount of the necessary tax tor the
Ordinance to cease payment of salary
to sinking fund commissioners. Re
jected. Board then went into joint session.
Tbe board refused to concur in the
resolution of the council that the bids
be referred to a special committee, but
referred them to the committee on
wharves and the city engineer, with in
structions to report at the next meeting
of tho general council.
The board adjourned until Wednesday
afternoon next at four o'clock.
Mr. D. A. Brower, managing editor
of the Avalanche, has returned from a
summer sojourn at Virginia Springs and
a trip to tbe Centennial.
Colonel James T. Leath, superin
tendent of the board of education, has
returned Irom a pleasant sojourn among
the romantic springs of East Tennessee.
Colonel D. M. Wisdom, editor and
proprietor of that sterling journal, the
Jackson Whig and Tribune, reached the
city yesterday and will remain several
Colonel Tom Neal, editor of the
Dyersburg Gazette, is visiting the city In
the interest of his excellent journal,
which circulates widely in the district of
country trading with Memphis. Our
merchants and business men will find
the Gazette an excellent advertising
medium, and worthy of their e; ppoit.J3
MBffiPJSIS TO SAVANNAH.
Ter tiers of Help by the Howard Asso
ciation to Citizens of Savannah.
The following correspondence by tele
graph was conducted Sunday. As
will be seen, the fever is slightly on the '
increase in savannah, but help and as
sistance are being received from the
north as fast as needed. Mt mphis sym
paimzes with uavannan, hopes and
prays for an abatement of the terrible
scourge from which she suffered in 1873
: Memphis, September 10, 1870,
To the Mayor of Savannah, Georgia:
Send me woid, the condition of the
health of your city. Do you need assist
ance uan we heipyouv Jiow?
Vice-President Howard Association,
Savannah, Ga., September 10, 1878.
To W. J. Smith, Vice-President Howard Asso
ciation, .Memphis :
Fever slightly increasing to-day, but
of mild type. We do not need nurses.
Our present wants for money are being
supplied from northern cities; will call
on you if necessary.
jsuwauu u. AJMuaiiaujN, Mayor.
If you are sick, go to your doctor;
you are hard up, call on your banker; if
you are in need of clothes, call on the
Great Western Clothing House, 227
Retains its Moisture.
Bread made with "Gillet's CreamDry
Hop Yeast" retains its moisture twice as
long as other bread.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re-
newer restores to bald neaas a nne
healthy growth of hair, if the hair cells
are not closed up.
Great Clearing Sale of Window-SIiadea !
Finding ourselves overstocked, we are
determined to clore out our immense
stock of fine window-shades, regardless
of cost, -b or .he next thirty days we
will sell shades at the following unpre
cedented low lizurea: Extra hneshaaes.
$6 per pair: former price, $12. Fine
shades, $3 per pair; former price, $6, and
an others in proportion. Holland shades
only SI 50 per pair. We have also on
hand, and are receiving some of the
latest designs of shades, which we will
Bell as low as the lowest. We mean
basines3, o come and spe us.
HUUK. e liAU kiulj, sa seconu street,
IiCddiii's Business College.
The evening session will commence
on Monday, tteptemoer ma. laours,
seven to nine.
V' IU OUUnlll UU UUnuCDUOlilCU i A CUiu T cu
to 223 Main, under Woraham hotel.
School books at Spangler's, 376
For Ladies Only.
The prettiest novelties in fancy sta
tionery ever offered in this city, this day
received at JJod's, &u main street.
Murray & Ridgely,
No. 38 Madison street. Memphis,
Tennessee, merchant tailors and direct
importers or the very nest maaes or
French, English and German fabrics,
We tafee measure to announce to our
numerous natrons and the public that
we have the verv nest iacinties ior gee
tingUD suits in tbe most approved styles,
and we solicit an inspection from gen
tlemen desiring elegant and fashionable
fall and winter clothing.
Best in the World
For Pllea and Sores. For sale by all
diuggists, try me.
Attend Bobertson's Business College
Hon. Emerson Etheridge will address
the people, advocating the election of
Hayes and Wheeler, at the following
times ana places:
Huntingdon Satnrday, September 16th.
Dresden Monday, September 18th.
Union City-Thuraday, September 21st,
Humboldt Saturday, September 23d.
Still Opposite Court Square.
Browne, the plumber, in order to ac
commodate his increased business, has
removed to the large store, No. 258 Sec
ond street (Irving
north of old stand.
block), third door
The Great Western Clothing House
T tho nnlv clothing hous to buy bar
eaina in the shape of clothing ana rur-
nishing gooda 227 is the place.
Baok covers free to those buying
school books at Mansford's.
Vnr Nov Orleans. Nashville and At
Ianta for sale, at reduced rates, by John
son & Manget, 303 Main street.
Buck-Eye Salve Is a certain cure. For
saio by all druggists, -try it.
. . - rrt a.
Embossed Picture Ornaments,
New perforated mottoes, lace board,
gold and ailver board, and the latest
styles of plain and fancy stationery
the handsomest assortment in the city,
at Dod's, 341 itfain street.
School Books and School
Of all kinds, at bottom prices, at A. F.
Dod & Co.'s, 341 Main street.
la agent for the Reynolds cotton press,
190 Main street, Memphis.
Will surely cure Piles. All druggists
keep it. Also splendid for Corns.
Marbleized and enameled Iron man
tles and grates, with or without patent
baskets. Latest styles at low prices.
H. WETTER & CO.
331 Alain Street.
Neuralgia. "Nenril" cures It, Sold
by Q. W. Jones A Co.. Memphis.
HaTC Your Cotton Ginned
at the Star Gin, G8 Union street.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Ee-
newer does not color, but restores tne
hair to lbs natural color.
Burnett's Standard Prepara
Messrs. Joseph Burnett fc Co., Boston :
Gents We have sold your standard
preparations since 1665. Your Cocoaine
far the hair,we think, is the finest dress
ing in the world, while your flavoring
extracts stana unrivaiea ior purity ana
W. N. WlLivbiWUfl & Lournggisis.
Tne Oyster Prince Receiving Bivalves
II In Elegant Restaurant Refitted
for the Nenson Attention
John Sturla is already receiving and
opening fresh oysters at his grand estab
lishment, No. 337 Main street, corner of
Union, and is now prepared for the sea
son with even better facilities than he
has heretofore had. His restaurant has
been enlarged, repainted, refurnished,
and repaired throughout, there being a
Iidies' parlor and rooms for clubs on tbe
upstairs floor. In fact, John Sturla'a
oyster parlor for ladies has all the ele
gance, 'convenience, and propriety of
location that could be desired, and is
arranged with every convenience. The
dining-rooms for gentlemen, on the
ground floor, are also neatly fitted
up and arranged, while the bar
la supplied with a full stock
of choice liquors, brandies, wines,
etc., and the cigar-stand with tbe best
and most popular brands of tobacco,
cigars and cigarettes. Sturla's place is
unsurpassed in neatnes, convenience
and excellence. Families will be sup
plied with oysters in shell or can at tho
cheapest rates. Ladies and families will
find the oyster parlors attended by poli'e
and attentive servants, the entrance be
ing by stairway from Main street. Call
and try John's oysters and inspect his
The fall session of the Sta'e Female
college opened yesterday with a good
Jolin Walsh, Undcrtalter,
No., 341 Second street, next door to the
ADDITIONAL RITES NEWS.
Nashvtllb, September II. The river
is. falling, with 2 feet 8 inches on the
FOR CAIBO AND ST. LOUIS.
I1. H. Hall For oaeeola, Sew Hndrld
jiicumnn, uairo and HI. l,onlB.
8tr. CITY OF VICKSBURG,
uiey. .. joaater.
Aieavea xurssiiAr, Sept. 12th, at 6 pjn.
Bnp't Mississippi River TClevator Comnanv.
Kempnis and Ht, IConls Pacliet ConiD'y
j. a, Amu a jiine,
For Vicksburg and all Way Landings.
woiiiu aiuuiu ivwr,i siT".
jjonvca iu43i7ai oupuKLU, hi iu a.m,
tUi tU AU tt.Ula
qp't MlPsisgjppl River
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
For Pine Bluff, Little Rock and all way land
lngs on Arkansas river.
HOSA. Kit. '.Kit, .irw w
September 12th at 5 p.m., for all points on Ar
liver uiniuita U) f orbOmiin.
JNO. N. HARBIN, Supt.,2oa XTront at.
!'- P. GLENN, Aeent. on Wharfboat.
FOR LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI
Memphis and Cincinnati Packet Company
IUK JllNUiIMn.lVll iAJUia VlULiC..
James 1. Parker, EagS
Wm. Tichennr...master C. B. Kussellcierk
WUl lea.vo U'KIUAT. sept. ISth. at 5 pan.
B. W. LIGHTBURNE, Gen'l Snpt. 29a Front,
FOR CHICOT & ARKANSAS CITY,
V. 8. Mail For Arkansas City, Chicot
napoleon, iriars Point and Helena
The elegant passenger packet
UlA.T-M I n ...
Maklnz all Way Landings In tho Bends.
Leaves tVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY,
at 5 o'clock n m,
J. T. WASHINGTON. Freight Ae't.3 Front,
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Memphis and New Orleans Packet far
Str. James Howard,
is. K. regrain.mu.ster J. 11. Chassaing...ciers
For Vicksburg, Natchtz acd New Orleans.
Lea vine THURaDAY. OctoDer 12ih. and everv
uiuer Auureuay curing me season, Biasing an
Bend and Plantation Landings. Shippers can
reiyon me strictest attention to an way dusi
nes3. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, SCO Front,
Memphis, New Orleans and Jjonda
Hoaaon off 187G-7.
itesames ner regular tnp3 in trio Jiempnis
and New Orleans trado on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 187G,
and will leave Memphis on every alternate
Thursday thereafter throughout the season
W. B. MILLER ..
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Cincinnati and Hew Orleans Packet.
For Vicksburg, Natchez and New Orleans'
Dan Moore ..............iiiastei
Will leave Glenn's Wharfboat WEDNESDAY.
oepr. jam, at a p.m.
ti. tr. Mums , agent, on wnri uqhi
FOR WHITE RIVER.
For AnguAtn, Jactisonporr, IVtst Point
oenrcy ana nn way roiuu.
The Regular Independent Packet,
(In place of new steamer Hard l-'asii),
Ed. C. Postal... . . Captain
WiU leaveMemnhis EVERY TUESDAY after
noon, at 5 o'clock, until the new steamer Hard
ua&n is complete ana lanes ner place,
ADiuy ior lrcigub iir nassaea m
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 300 Front St.
li. I . ULLtonix, Agent, on wnarrboat.
Hlie Elar7T Hempbts ana Wiillc Klver
u. a. man iiae.
Month White River, Indian Bay, Bt, Charles,
Grocketta Bluff, Mt, Ads
ams, ui&renaun, ue-
Vails Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta, JacKsonport,
West Point and Searcy,
The nne passenger steamer
Milt Marry mtmrwr.
Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 5
h ot rreignt or passage apply on ooaro,orio
J. X. WAHHliNliiUiN, Ag't,0 TOnHt,
Frelsht conslened to Milt Harry will ta
nanaiea rree or storage, arayage ana commit
slon, and put through promptly. Shippers
wm piease sena iroipni in wiRrtnn wnarr-
uoat, as usual, j. x. WAauinuivn, Awni
For VlcUsbnrs; sad all w Landings.
M. R. Cheek..master I J. W. 8peers.clerk
Leaves Memphis evory TUESDAY at 5
).m., connecting with steamers and railroads
The Illinois makes close connections with
the Chicot railroad, the Parisott line for points
on Yazoo river, and tho R. E. Lee for New Or
leans. Freights consigned to the Cheek Line
for steamer Illinois wl 1 bo received at Glenn's
Wbarlboat at ull lluiet.
K. P. GliENN, Agent.
Helena, Friars Folut and Bonds Trl-
The elegant and fleet side-wheel steamer
eo. W. CJlaeek9aS
Nat.S. Green .master ID. P.Davis clerk
Will leave every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
hiiu rmuai.iitii p.m.
Particular attention paid to freight and Das-
sen gers for Walnnt and Council Bends.
- Alter tue nrsi oi sppiemDer, tne a. j.
White and G. W. Cheek will form a dally line
between Memphis and Friars Polnt.m
For ireignr, or passage apply on ooara or to
GEO. W. CHEEK,Snpt,,
Memphis and Vicksburg Packet Company,
no.zuB rronL siretib, np-auuxs,
R. W. LIGHTBURNE, Agent.
298 Front Rtrnot.
Regular Randolph, Fulton and Osceola Semi-
Str. Frank Forrest,
W. A. Joplln --..in aster,
Leaves Memphis MONDAYS and FRIDAYS,
For freight or passage appiy on onard.
Opposition Jo Monopoly.
REFERRING to a " Notice to Merchants,
Dealers and Planters." from the agent of
the " American Tie Company," I respectfully
call the a tentlon of all parties Interested to
the following telegram this day received from
the General Agents of the " Champion or
Logue Tie." P. W. SHEARER, Agent.
Vicksburg. Sentembers. isto.
To P. W. Sheabek, Memphis:
Advertise in all papers containing the ad
vertisement referred to. that the LOguo or
Champion lie,- is no ininngement on the
"American lie;" and tbat we guarantee all
buyers of Ties against loss irom suit, and wiU
protect them. BONHAM & MITOHELL.
M. H. COOVER.
Nca. 161, 1G3, 1G5, W, 169, 171 Washington St.,
'LINING BILL&LUMBSE YARD
MANUFACTURERS ol Doors, Bash, Blinds
and Moldings. Frames of all kinds made
to order. Newel Posts, Balusters, Flooring,
Siding, Celling, Palings, Brackeis, Well-Curbing,
Gin-Gearing and Water Tanks.
a lnnre nnd well-selected stock of LUMBER
oi every description always on hand.
All orders promptly and carefully ruled with
the boat material, jeepl
R. L. COCHBAN
(Successors to M. E. and J. W. COCTTOAN), Manufacturers or
LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, DOOMS, SASH
Blinds and all kinds of Packing Boxes,
MIce s&nd Xard foot of Washington treet
Salesroom No. 4 Boward'H Row. Saw 31111s In NaTy Yard.
Always have on hand n choice lot of
Fen eft ana Dressed I.nniber. Roiisb
N&tnielrt. Dcor anil Window 1 'ranifg,
J. C- HEELY.
Brooks, Neely & Go.
WHOLESALE 6E0GEES, COTTON
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
S67 3Fl3Fg.O:KrBI? 8Q7
BETWEEN UNION AND GA.Y0S0, MEMPHIS.
1 jBwS3TX9 1
OSCJiSS. T. PBXXiX.PS9
TASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON TO MESS'S
HWIPLKY HO.. Liverpool. Rneland.
JOHN C. NRONCE.
Marshall County, Miss.
GEOSIKS, COTTON FACTORS & GOMMISSM!
No. 323 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn.
BEL, Forami & CO.,
360 and 362 Fron'"
AHB COTTON FACTORS,
J. 9L SMITH, IMG'R, BEMCe
-VRDERS FILLED BY US AT FACTORY
W me iievoiPintt lfnn wi "?tmorovement before buying. daw
J. M. JAME3.
J. 1. JAMES
WfluLESALE 6R0GEBS. (
Formerly of Ralph Wormeley & Co.
(SUCCESSORS TO RALPH
l"o 38 TPront street, corner Union.
DOOR, SASH Mi BLIND FACTORY
B. K. PLAIN. "W. A. WILLIAMS. W. H. EADER.
W. H. EADER & CO.
jVTti ufactxirora of
OfLios and raolory-358
IVToTn jpTii s, -
FLOORINGS, MANTELS. MOLDINGS, CEILING. LATTICE-WORK. WELL-TUBING
Door and WiDdow Frames. Weatherboardlnp. Base-Boards. Trimlnc. Shelvlnp nnd Count,
era, Scroll-Work, Newell Posts, Ballusters and
uu uxcoa-.u, i-iu nun ouiugiea. r xaming AiUmDer sawea to oraer, on Bnori nouce.
S-SE FOR OUR MOLDING
Wines and Liauors of
297 lkKsi,nL s
D. T. POUTER.
Kentucky and T
AID SOTTON FAS
300 Front bet. Madison and Monroe.
A gouts for the Celebrated
A. VAOOABO & CIO.,
Wines, Liquors and Ciga?
No. 324 FKOHT STREET, MEMPHIS.
Holo -e:xx't Toy Ooolt'i
A Select fccbool for Young Ladies
NO. 371 MADISON STREET,
NEAR the city railroad, Beale street line.
Fall session opens Monday, September 11,
The number of pupils limited,
iiv at tne insti
at the Institute, and at Messrs.
and Dod s Bookstores.
EMILY S. ARMOUR, Principal.
HAUL. A. HATCHES.
Cochran & Co.
Flooring, Ceiling, Siding-, Lattice, i'ramln;
H. 5. NEELY
ABB H. HARWELL,
DeSoto County, Miss.
STANTON & MOORE),
CHAS. A. MOORE.
AMSUXi PSlfT CJCTT GI.mk
OFFICE, 361 FROHT ST., MBMPHil
PRICES. CALL AT OUR OFFICE AND SE1
W. W. JAMES
2oui ana jm&vsmi
WALTER A. GOODMAN,
Formerly Becretary Planters Insurance Co.
WORMELEY & CO.),
mmm am mimm
and 360 Second street,
Fence-Pickets; all kind of Lumber, rough
BOOK AND PRICE-LIST."
G. . McRAE.
Oheok Cotton Pres
A. B. VACOAHO
THE Annual Convention of the Stockholders
in the Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Company will be held in Memphis oa
Wtdaciday, the 4lh Day October, 1S7G.
On the same day there will be held In Mem
phis and in Huntsvllle, Ala ,an election for
Ilne Directors to serve during the ensuing
year. Stockholders and the members of their
immediate families will be passed Lee for or
day before and one day after the date of sa.4
Becretary and Treasarer. j
Brode, IVi c nty re & Co.
WHOLESALE SUSflR AKD MOLASSES,
HATS KlEBIOVJEite T 28 FKOIT ST.
W. B. GALBREATH.
IX TJXXXOIDL St, 3E0333L-OlilS
;ents for the Champion
ffif PS ESSES
Gin Gearlnc, Pulleys, Shaftingr, Bangers nnd Coupling. General Bepalra
all kinds of Iron nnd Brnum Casilncs, or naylhlnR in the line of
FOD5DR? OU MACIUSf E-SHOP WORK to Itae
OHIOK AS AW
HANDLE, HEATH & L1TEBM0BE, Proprietors,
JSTo. OS Second iE-tsroot, 1 3ia:o2aa.252aJL)s,
Agents for the ALLISON PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE, iJCBSOfCS GOV
ERNOK, Stnrtevant Blowers, Brass Good?, Etc.
JAILS OH THE " COOK & HEATH PBSFECTSD SISTBH,"
Estimates of cost of Iron Front, BnJcool. , Verandahs, Wronjrac and Caat Sail
tag, Repairs to Cncliinery. etc, furnished on application.
Orders golloltoct xaa.c3. JE'romptlv Bxoouto c3.
1000 brl., hair brls. nnd kits New
130 Halt brls new Wnlto?lili and JT C.
IO0O brl. Floor vnrione srades.
coo bags Bio, Jnva andLasaayru Coffee
50 brls. nttr Bice.
210 brlr. R'flnctl fngnzr.
SCO i.rl. 91oinea anil Byzapfl.
100 pkxr. c. I'anvased nana nd
1O0O nltiMi. Ktilura tnrd.
1UOO boxes SoRpand C4ndles.
hou oris. vvnisKy. nrnnay, om, Port
and Slirr Whip.
1000 CilddleH Tobacco vailous sender.
and other nr(lcl-. toonnmeroaa to ineutlon, rorsnle low at
Cor. ITroiat, and Unioii Sta , Hempliis.
Captain J. 8. CABRUTHERS presides over
attention to selling
ROBT. FLETCHER. W. E. RAYNEB.
9LEI0fi & Ka1VEIL
(Successors to Robzrt Fi.stcheb), Man
ufacturers of and Dealers in
IiEATIJEIt an tl COLILAKS,
230 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN.
rergnsou A Plvett'g Old Stand.
Sign of the Saddle.
Ho 278 Front Street,
Liberal gdvanc?3 made on consignments only
E. M. APPERSON.
G. V. RAMBAUT.
RSON a CO.
238 ;ad 2381 Front
and 6 Jefferson St?.,
MEMPHIS : : : : TENNESSEE
'Keen alwavaon hand a wnll uTn.-tAi inv
Of Plantation Supplies. Cotton a sneclnitv.
Liberal advancea made on consignments.
NO. 59 FRANKLIN ST., BALTIMORE. JID
English and French TtnarMtm. dt,,i n.,,
?,c2olfSr Young Ladles, Mrs. H. P. LEFiSB-
v no, irrincipai. xne next scholastic j ear be
gins Thursday. SeDtemberSlRt. Vnr
apply to the Principal. aai5
B. H. CARBERY.
AND WHOLES AIiK
347 Front Street,
Saempb.it, : : :
To Merchants, Dealers & Planters
OrFICE OF TIIE
A1TEBICAS COTTON TIE CO. IiIKlTED
17 CAKONDEtET BTREET. '
NEW ORI.EA'SS. AntfiTYihai T lt-rt
WE beg to notify you that the Cotton Tie
known as tho i'h.n,ninn n JTV
Tie. offered for sale in thtf nrJtfPSf!"
where, infringes our Patent rights, and that 8
we shall hold parties responsible indMna:l
uuuer me ratent Lavs, who make use or sri
said' Champion" Tie In vlolatlonr oS
AMZRXCAIf COTTOJf TIE Co. LIMITED.
By F. cook. General Legal Agent
Eates & Lllett, Attorneys, Memphis. se8
IJ avijnu nilted no the mnt Anmniatn m
nlng EstabUshment in the Souihi wa ?;
prepared to gin eutton cheaper than
Kin in ine clly. Our glnhousels cer trallv
located, hriak trallillm. . mr., mVT -"""y
and flre-sroof. Our etna are th k.
have also a complete "
Cotton Duster ana Cleaner.
the latest ont. All cotton INSURED FRKF
We wiU mrnlsh bags for cotton coming to our
a. .a uimuo luuua uuau consign
I ments. tiend la your orders at once for bass.
J. F. D0QT & CB.
. I, APPE
0ARB1EY & GASSY,
jf y, PATuicic cor
YT. J. CBAWFOKD.
fntton Gin and Wnller.
SOOO caieintn Penehtt, Tomatoes, Cher
ries, Plue Apply,te.
2000 catea Ojslerc, Nardtnes, Lobsters,
Kaltnoii.Brandy ieaelieJ and cher-
1000 cases Jellies, Prsirv, Pieties.
ICO cast I.lbby. Hcnelll ct Ubbya
Corned Beer nnd Tongues.
I00O pbgs. Tea" and frptcts.
10O Urxs new Holland If crrloar.
SO brla. Almoadw, PAcanH, fllberta and
SO cutea Lemon.
10OO rolls ilalnr.
our Cotton Department, and will trivt, irmwmi
and weighing same. "
staie mass mm,
PARTIES desiring to plao daughters and
wams in a school of th very Ber.e nrade.
should send for a eircula
MRS. HARRIET N. COLLINS ..PsESIDKirr
JOHN B. COLLINS AKr
Cotton Gin. Xpsnraiico I
PHSS.CS & MTTRPBT2',
GMESAI INSUBANCB AQ'NTS,
No. 5 Madlscn strtef, axempbla,
COIU VNIES, and C LOW RATES, la-
uaifaaoe oaCtii llonses and t'oatttr.t.
NO. 6 E2&HA&GE
NEAS HIE BITEB.
J. A. GREENE tCO, : Proirs
BOY, x : : Sup-erlntoadent
THE popularity of the sKJve Gins having
Increased to such an erxtentas to lequlre
Increased facilities for C.olng the work, they
have been removed to t) Je large and commo
dious orlck building located at
Mo Exchange St.
KEAB. THE RIVES,
where we are preparec to execute all work
Intrusted to us with jrromptness and In the
highest style or the art. Having been the
first to make use of the principle of taking
dirt, dust ani trash out of the setd-cotton be
fore SiBb'r.g, and at t he same time improving
of Uio f tbestfiPle D 010 IntroducUon
Complete Oofcton Cleaner
"wo claim to befai in advance of ail competi
tors In gettl-ag the largest TURNOUT and the
finest SAJiPiiEs rorour customers. Our Gl-s
are the 'ui: est Improved machines, are always
kept i"u tne best order, and so constructed that
an f.( the hulls are thrown out, thereby never
rchlEEthe roll to be cut np by the saws and
jlown into the lint-room.
We invite our friends to come and inspect
our establishment, and see for themselves
whether or not we can do scientific work.
Oar prices will always be as low as those of
any responsible establishment in the city.
833 MAIN STREET,
Make to order. , from measure,
FINS SHIRTS AMD DRAWERS
Anti-Rheuu iatlc Underwear,
Recommended by Physicians a preventive
of Rheur jatlsm and Chills.
In stock, largest assortment In the city, of
J. T. GRAHAM, 'ate Water Valley. MUw.
E. S. ProD DFIT.late Lagrange, Tenn
fiRAaAH 8a PROUDHT
(Sp.ccessors to White, Langstaff t Co.)
Importers and Jobbers la
FOREIGN ATSD DOMESTIC
819 Main, Street,
(Bice, Stlx & Co.'s old stand),
MEMPHIS : : : TENNTfiSSEE.
a"The services of Mr. A.D.LAJ fGSTAFF
have been retained, who will 8Wo the bcsl
nesa his personal attention. seio
8 Howard's Bow, Memphis.
X-Engines, Sawmills, SrisimUISIns
Presses, Water Sotors, Wagons, Alii,
son's Cotton Cloancr, 2Iacluaery and Ea
Plana and Estimates eiTen for Jfa
chlneiT,aills, Glnhonses, etc Erection
of Machinerj Snperintendei or Con