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THE MEMPHIS JDAJJLTZ' APPEAL-"SAlinDAy. AUGUST 8. 1888.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. r E are authorize i to announce K. M. YKR rA)Tmmesnc2irSTrfioni ijutric . th ,en. fentng election (subject to tbe decision ox toe Democratic tonveauuu u. j.iuwuBtiiic uu blii prox) FOS REHT. J-iOR Kh.Kr.-i. Kma.ll Cottage Residence la 4 the suburbs, on Suzette street, near hi. Agnts Academy and new tho Vanea street curs, containing nve rooms, gocd cistern. Ui ble, etc. lnqmro at No. 4 Madison street, National tuloon." anSu I7OR RENT. T.ie commodious D7etllng.N0. ' 4W Vanee street; two guoj cisterns, iftrga yard ; Vanee .treet earn run 10 the door. Reut low to a good tenant. Apply in Coalman Boyd, or J OUN AINSLIK, aal Appeal office. FIR RENT Up-stlTB,No. 19 Jefferson street, tiro Rooms ult&le lor o Sloes or sleeping rooms. Apply at Appeal offlce. inhl F)B RENT Two handsome Booms in the third slery ef the building. No. IS Adanu street, suitable for offices or uleepisg apart ments. ALo, the spacious basement of the same hdldlnf. Apply at the store on the premise. m3l tf nnl n?rCT FINE COTTAGE IlESI P denoe with seven acres or waraen utnu, on the IUndoJph load, two miles from coorl jdqaare,and just oataido tne corporate limits, t be rented WW to a good prompt paying tennni. Present crop, etc., wr sale low. Apply tj- T. J HAVES. Memphis cotton flW, h4 aiadlsaa street. m&SOtf FOE SATfi'S. T70R MALE.-FIV1S DEKRING COTTON I PRESSli. new and In complete order. In qbUe or 11. UILSl.X i CO., i, Hi and 68 Union itrtet, between teeond and Third "reels, JierophKTenn. iyZslw SALE OR LEAEL Beanurul, snadea " and choice liuliding uoia, Ii onllng on ra- ' A rBsMmee streets, either Cleared orwlih vor.. ,t,,t trees-very low. W. A. WHEAT- 1 P?'1"- -nt ilr. Cot. i'reiton, NO 6 Bethel ( LtihZ, At Jy!m Klnot. . - . 1 -rrr r. snds and residence for SUBURBAN a. - TtiiXS ily lands, 3 mile &U.E ox Kan. tor gate, on terms to snlt east of the city, are -on anytime from one porehasere. for ca3h o. ncantlty from 3 acres to ten years, and In any xrom 14 to 33 acres to 3X1. Hy reld6nce, wltu bargain, for cash, land, will be sold at a gieat -0 myself, on the or on the usnal Mini Apply t n. Co.. my premises, or to Boyster,Tr6xeva. a;entg,lnthe city. "VA1T. jet, . i . x ii.t. Olt SALE. Having determined to c ,5t our bnslness. weoifer forsaleoar Ssiall . well sotectea WitA.iv ur uitmoiviiao, leaae on one of the BET BUSINESS bOLiSlis In tbe dtr. We will sell also a splendid sabar bin RESIDENCE, 2J, mllei from the city, near UHl's SlaUon.wiUi 4)s acres of ground, with ' all the necessary ImprovbmenU. Apply to WEMB.il irCliKLL & CO., No. U Union street, Lee Blo:t. 3?tf WANTED. A lady, every way qualified, dcoiree the sl-.uetloii nf Covers ess to a family of sesalt children. The est reference given. Address y. u. 1L W., Fhffence. Ala. aaT 2w -117ANTED.-J Y board, in . A FornUUeil Room, without a I'leasaat central part or the City IS jnJ ui, iui rus " , llernan. Address J.8.,L3CK.bcr3S7,Ptistofflce. 1 au rt WANTKD TO RKNT-A PIANO-WOULD purchase It terms suitej. Apply at tbU offlce. aa5 WANTED TO RKNT- A Furnished House containing irom four to six rtotns lor the ifbraireat w 11 mediately J. A. summer tuoatae, jor wnieii n itDrrai rem be Datd tusaMlr. Add rem immediately K., Overton Ho el. JyH -lirANTED. Any one addressing a eomniu V I nvca-1 jd. to T. L," Appeal offlce. de scrltaBC locality, terms and aU partieuters oarueoMtra rxiBeAmlnc a small KAliil on either of tbe ' nalmisic fnrisa. tilv rtinl a reliable Djrebar. : Jy4 tf w. H E.tfGRE, AGENT, ( 1-3 ........ -,v-o norsE con- ! VY 1aiolng7to S roosbV a fully ofthree nerwM.&llerown. M cat tv cel. -ratiy lecateo. Address Ricnard. Appeal oaioe. msJi WANTED. A situation aa Book-Kv'eper. As sUtant Book-keeper or Clerk, by .a young man who hat, had ten years experience, jsei tsMy references given, if desired. Address ... Appeal !". jesutr TrANrED.-AOODCOOK,WASIlZS AND YV Iroer a white woman, with references. ypiy at Linden street. MaWbhit o7wm nostotfcan w ek. -tmdlateiy. Address A. Ap.'eal ; Eive 1, terms, location, etc. offlce. stattntt liberal -tuH. Enuitauie. ixaiea. , Conillu ttleiuenLs. Prompt. - THE GEOK PAJJY ' HOME IXSTDKAXOE C. 1&9. Of Columbus, Go. Incorporated Vald In Capital Asset January I, isSS.. $330,000 no,2so s. - Qfi Onn bondsdepositedwith Vv,UUU tbe Comptroller of TtnBe?see. Blank forms rural shed, and all Inquiries promptly answered, on application In peison or by letter. Jas. r. Boa ex .4 V, Preal. D. F. Wilcox, Setfy. VS". IX. MOO UK, Aseut, 4 1-2 Jladteon street, Memphis. Tenn. Je213m lOST-POUND. . , . 1 &0 reward-horse stolen.-a tttief ! 1&U ktoie. on the nteht of ihe J2th of July. 4 my Urge Bay Horse, b&nd In one eye, 12 or 14 years old, and wbeui rouiag twinu iustu to , oaeslde. The above rewat i will be paid on hU delivery to me, or lo White, Kerr iNooies, No.i Main atreet. " 31 6011 JOHN KERR, j J finder wUle liberally rewarded by leaving attheAvakmcheoace. , Iost child. Any bUeriaaiioa in regard to will be well rewarded. She wasstolcn from her mother elghtreHts ago at Sacramento. CaHfbr ila, by llabert HtB Foster, a mnn now about -40 vear old, marked with small-pox, and gray iitr. He wuilast heard from in Bruwntville, Haywood eonmy.TVun.. working at his trade, whlca la wosen-iBaktng. Ills foiiv conslstn of wife and leor children Hnbert.Allce.Lydla d baby. Tfce fsmlly was list heard from in Jjnrevepert, Texas, iu a suQerlng condition. Any informatioH sent to me, at Eyinivle, Judlana, wUl be ghUrly received by a sSrrdtsvfDg mother. , juiZ 3w MIIH. 40LIA BARRETT. i-y. , . " . 'r Appeal Job Office. C talogitex, Cata. logues, Couatltatloua, ... . . Constltntlons, By-Lons' ' By-Laws, PaiobI famphleta, of all IlC'. JIt)u or mU UlndeV i I PKIN1KD IN THE BEST STYLE AT IOW PRICES -AT THE APPEAL JOB OFFICE " 1 1 , ' " j)l8&olution. Tf 1 1 KP1N BROS. AU debt due said Arm will undersigned. HECTOR CUFflN. CHABXES COFFIN. HECTOR COFFIN OOPPIW 333E tO., EEALERS IN FAMILY SUPPLIES, S3 Main Street, OAYOSO ,4rJ0CK,''.M:UPHlB,tSfNES8EK ar,aood delivered Free of Chart to 'ny ,rtorUidiy, V- : Imehphis appeal. office Mo. 13 Jefferson Streei. , ilemynii una Charleston itallroaa. iSXITI. BXFAXT. , 2U D.UI. 14U D.ia Through MaU fdslly)-. inrougn fexpress- 1KSU p.m. UJU pjn (This tialn dowt not leave Saturdays. Corinth Accmmodatlon. daily. (except Sundays) at, &O0 a.m somervUle Accommodation dally (except aunday) 825 ajn. S:lu p.m Railroad Time la 2j moutea ttutr than city time. TlcretoSce.Zn Main street and at Depot. W. J. BOSS. Gen'l bupt. Hcmphls and LouUtUIc Bsllrosd Lino DEPART. A2KXVX. Day rrr" Jtti a.m. 3:15 p.m Nlehi t- -r"" 4:0u p.m. S:15 a.m Railroad Time 15 m'nutes faster than city. Ticket oScea No. 237i Alain street and at De pot, head or Alain street. HAM. B. JONES, Qenl Bnpt. OITY MATTERS. DISTRICT COXVEX1IOX. d r rrt,a m1iin(r nf ilAloratM in soJprt a , Tha meeting of aelegatw to select a Congressman and Electors for the Eighth 1 n nf Tpmimw will be held at -UisiriCI 01 ienneasoe, win oe ueiu Brownsville on the 10:h of August. Secretaries of Dksiocratic Clubs, Yoa are respectfully urged to forward to tbe undersigned complete rolls of tbe members of your clubs, with name3 and address of oQlcew. Immediate com pi ance with this is requested. Address at the Appeal office. J. M. KEATING, RecSec. Dem. Club of Ubelby County, BDKGL.tR KILLED. At ten minutes to twvlve o'clock last nieht. as a negro bnrelar. name un known, was attempting an entrance into the shop of Daniel Garibaldi, ISo. 97 Jefferson street, Mr. Garibaldi shot him In the head and instantly killed him. Tbe same man made an attempt to enter Mr. Garibaldi's house about a week ago. Thanks to Bob Wardlow and his band for a serenade last night. Howabd Association have a X this evening, for tbe installa- meetiu tlon Of Ol. Mcers. See their card. The Weai ek The heat and dust of the past two dai'8Weie rauost eeMy laid yesterday, by flne ower, about 1 o'clock. REV. Dr. Wtt J- BABBEE, of Mjs sicslppi, formerly of JJIem.ih'8, 18 in the city, and will preach at the Unden street Christian Church, to-morrow v9anday) , , , at 11 a.m. ana 1 p.m Advertisers wishing to avail them selves of the benefits of itie large extra edition always printed of the SUNDAY appeal, arereauested to hand in tbeir favors as early in the evening as possible, . ihn H oVToIr. and not later than 8 o'clock. Accidental Shooting. A young 1TT fl man, wuoae usuie no "tJt,-'JJ "J man, wnose name we suppress ,.nf tntn m lfnrr.arlnn with a n(v- S"-olt (S" ffro. vesterdav afternoon, on tho corner I of Fourth and Poplar streets, during which he drew a revolver. By some un explained means, ail six chambers ex ploded at once, and tore his left hand off At the wrist. The Fighting Men of the lata C. 8. A- are earnestly and urgently re uutsted to be present at the Greenlaw t Opera House to-night. Let us show the people that we who bore the hardships and did the fighting, in the lata war, are ( now for peace. Every man who was in n , e-ventog paper has tbe following. The vfaelp who wrote It knew he was lying wlleti he did so : We learn tbat a colored man was hung up by the neck by the Kuklux at Ma eon's depot. His crime was attending the BtownaTille convention. Sad Accident. As one of the large wagons of the ITJcholson pavement con tractors was teraing the corner of St. T ; . . .. -1 T inn. ofra.fg lflHon vith blocks, yesterday, about half-past one -.(pjocV a little neero bov. whose name i we could not learn, fell oK the Best, and uje wneeis pasted over one of hut anfeies, , , , . , ,, , crushing it most horribly. i Interesting Cerejiony. St. Peter's" Church will be the scene to-morrow morning of a very Interesting and beau- tiful eesenjony sevn youug ladies of Agnes will receive ibo habit of the InicanSisterhood. The services will x. -ce at ten o'ciocs, or a nan nour com. -sual time of high mass, and before 1 -Qctetl by tue very Rav will be assisted by Father ?4hfr -uoanJL. O'Brien, Fortu ' -r-t 1 . It Commission 1 . ,. commission HJI.- & Hllliard, 296 Frotu ' "0J. rlie com. merchants, are in the g jjiehlell, ing business campaign. fi fa one of the senior member or tne Q, taa jter. tho oldest and most reliable teala to -,iH merchants, and alwavs mercnanis, uu . my. aje bis psxt. business on the square; wniie e Mr Hilllard, is prompt, OClU nw J-T.iiuuuu, Pl Vt re worthy to be associated with his. e - periece partner. A HIDEOUS SPECTACLE. Oa the rver lS( between Vance and BuUer streets, half buried In the mua ana ooze, are three open boxes, each containing a ghostly, g.'inniug human skeleton, from whose bone the flesh, ha not rotted. Weunderata'Bd they are tbe remains of three young men, whose bodies were buried there al ut a year ago, during the low water. Lat t winter's freshet washed the earth away from them, and lhero they lay, in all l ho disgusting hideo.'8 ness of putrifymg humanity. Will tbe authorities have th.m burled? It should ba done and done .luickly. A Lull. Thank Heaven! there reigned comparative quiet In Warsw yesterday. The storm of drums, trum pets, and all other vurleties of sonorous metal, which for weeks past has raged with an unexampled fury, blew itseli out day before yesterday the last dying toot coming from the nigger Mason io procession. Yesterday was remarkable as tbe most quiet that tbe city has en joyed for weeks there having been not even a meeting of the Board of Alder men to attract the attention of the item hunters. The Irrepressible Conflict. Every day wo hear from citizens who live in the suburbs of tbe drilling of armed squads of negroes at night. Again we warn the black-hearted scoundrels- who are deluding and leading tbe ignorant negroea into what will surely result lijt their extermination if they commsne It, to desist from their Infamous woyk. They had better heed the warning ; the people are in no hnmor to be trifled 'iith. If trouble does ensue here, it will be far better for them bad they never been born. PERSONAL. We regret to learn that Mr. Joslah B. Hobday, the accomplished flutist and musician, is about to leave our city for St. Louis. We hope that ha may better his fortune by the change, but are sorry, to give up the pleasure of listening this sweet music. Mr. Wm. Gay returned yesterday from a trip North, where be baa been. laying in a mammoth stock of planW- tlon supplies, which are now. Mnov opened at hia new store, No. 310 F? tr street,, .e.aro.lmjebtedito him for-late h forlbeo.fllee, THE CAMPAIGN. McA'alry Wlicels Into Unct Sleeting at Pnrdy on the fliiril Instant. On Monday the 3d day of August, 1S6S, according to previous arrangements, there was a meeting of the Democracy of McNalry county at the courthouse, in the town of Furdy, for the purpose of ratifying the action of the National Dem ocratic Convention at New York, and for the purpose of-appointing delegates to the District Convention at Brownsville. The house being densely crowded with the intelligent yeomanry of the county who were anxious to take some part in the great work of reformation going on all over tbe State, on motion, J. F. HuiI dleston, Eiq., was called to the chair, and Jamea W. Ps.cs, Esq., chosen Secre tary. The Chairman delivered a forci ble and eloquent address upon the issues now pending beforo the country, which was listened to with marked interest and attention, at the conclusion of which the following resolutions were presented and unanimously adopted. Hesdved, That the Democracy of Mc Nalry county, do most emphatically in dorse the action of the National Conven tion, in the nomination of Horatio Sey mour for President and Frank P. Blair for Vice President, and pledge them selves to tbe support of the platform of principles adopted by said Convention. 1 M'eaoivea, mac ine jjamocracy 01 tnia county do most earnestly pledge them selves to the maintenance of peace and good order, and to the hearty support of the civil omcers in tne latmiui execution of the laws, and we regard any aot tend ing toward the organization of a military force to be stationed in this county as unjust, unwarrantable and unpardonable by tbe great mass of the people. li'aolved. Tbat the removal of politi cal disabilities from the white men of this State, is earnestly recommended to the Legislature now in session. Eeaolved, That entertaining the high est regard for the patriotism and ability of our fellow-citizen J. F. Huddleston, Ktq , werecommend him to tbe favorable consideration of our brethren at Browns ville as a fit and well qualified candidate for Congress in this district, and we also recommendS.Ii. Warren, Eq., of Mem phis, as the Elector for the District. Tne following named gentlemen were appointed Delegates : J. F. Huddleston, VV. Pace and Win. McCullar, and In case they fail to attend the Convention L. Warren is requested and em powered to cast the vote for this county. Jleeolved, That a copy of the proceed ings of this meeting be furnisned the Appeal and Avalanche of Memphis, for nublication. The Convention then ad journed sine die. J. F. HUDDLESTON, Clim'n. J. W Face, Sec. St. Agnes, Academy. By an ridver ti&ement in another column, it will be seen that the Sisters who are in charge of this Institute have determined to ex tend the advantages of their unequaled sya'ni of education to a class that have hitherto been to a certain extent de barred of it, and at the ensuing session, which corainences on the first Monday in September, they will receive day scholars. These who have paid any at tention at all to the educational institu tions of our city, will bear us out in our sertion that the syatm of the Sisters of the order of fit. Dominic, as carried out and exemplified n the various schools ond seminaries in our midst, -rMMf mm undpr their charcra fsuch. for in.r.nM Ht. Aones and La SaletteV stands unrivakd. We had the pleasure some time since of being shown through the grounds and buildings of St. Agnes, and came away impressed with the thought that if there were a paradise on earth, where true happiness might be obtained and enjoyed, it wua there, in thepeacoandquietof itsbeautifulshados. Teibute of Respect. At a called meeting of the Bluff City Base Ball Club, we, tbe .undersigned committee, appoint ed Lo draft resolutions expressive .of our regrets upon the death of our worthy member, Thomas Iinna, adopted the following resolutions: Whereas, It hsspleaaed Divine Prov idence to remove from among us our fr ioni rd fellow-member, Thoe. Kinna, Eeaotved, That we djeeply By'CJPole '. wlh bis fai&ily in the ' bittef IciU sy 1 h Knaiftinort Scsolvcd, That in token of our regret 1 at his c'eiith we wear the usual b&dice of mournj, ior unriy uays, anu engage in riod. Resolved, That this ribute of respect be snread upon the minutes and pub lished in tho lally ledger and Appeal, and a copy of the same bo sent to his bereaved family, as a tofeen of our respect for our worthy member. a B. DAVIS, ) JOHN D. NICHOLS, VComraUtee. THOM. H. BUnKK, J Tub Committee appointed to make ar rangements with the railroad for convey ing delegates to and from tbe Browns ville Convention, would state that dele gates can leave Memphis on regular train on the 10th, at 7 o'clock a.m., reach ing Brownsville at 10 a.m. A special train will then be provided Co return, leaving Brownsville at 5:30 p.m., the same day, charging half fare for round trip. J. J. DoBOSB. M D L. M'EWART, JOHN AIN'SLId, C'omm lltee. q HTHDaRAPKic The following beau tifm "vecimen foil into our possession, no. tf P Uow. It illustrates most beauti- EiiwO e lltueBS of " H C Catter J' r'" I ' f. r oi-'tioahe occupies, and shows that he Is mt eminently fitted lobe Se of the K aaVs of tfcawag party : MMH-IHS.TIWT." AIROStJl. iM IMPUIS, i- , . mtlr I I Havin tbu day.c&fg?ra OQ i S- n to bee 'Stol". This Trimed With B 'ack crap fc Black Cord Js -ii?k Baeds tho oners Can obtan this & ty By payn Charges And prooven Fit.o. rrOZ30 BirtJai. properi . X. C. .CARTER, J. P. - "".ves. a genuenv " Cow Tim. urrbt into the ci.. y03" M. B. Beek bt . ln a wagon, s"et,'.urely terday evening, ves named E. M. Ill01 tied, two cow thie rpey were jodgeo rison and J. L. Covj n and wiu bave a in Adams streeet static hearing to-day. jTiu.-re will Howard Association. aL tne be a meeting of the memb. vs c. abovo association at 8 o'clock t hie ov Ing at Nourae & Mathews' rooms of thb Phoenix Mutual Life Insurant 10 Com-1 pany.No. 16 Jefferson street, for i'netalla lion of officers for tho coming yetr. Messrs. Harris and Avent are re quested to addrees the Democratic Club, at Bartlett's Station, on Saturday even ing, August 8th. Axbert Thomas. Attention, Young Men of the In dependent Seymour Club ! We wish the members of tho Seymour Club to at tend 9. called meeting to-night, at their head-quarters, corner of Adams and Sec ond streets, and wish all to bo present, as t? iere Is very Important business to 'be. bro jght up before the Club. By order of th President. CHAS. H. DAVENPORT, Recording Secretary. Ledger copy. First District Six arrests up to a, lidnight three State cases. Wrapping Paper, If you would eave your money, go to Brown & Dil lard's, Sole Agents, anient street, ana. examine their stools Tbey have, all'. grades of, the finest article, wrapping; Paper, and are selling below Cincinnati; prices.1 jySBlm' SHOOTING AFFRAY. Another Probable Tragedy. Two men named McKlnna and John son, builders, have been for same time past engaged in building a nouse on Danlap street, near the head of Adams. Soma ill feeling was caused between them a few days ago by a matter of bus. iness, and this resulted in a violent quar rel yesterday morning, at the new build' log. McKinna left the building and re' turned about one o'clock armed with small Smith & Wesson's repeater, with which he attacked Johnson, firing one shot at him, without effect, however Johnson retreated and armed himself with' a double barreled shotgun, and when McKinna again attempted to at' tack him fired on him, felling him to the earth and completely plastering him with buckshot no less than twenty hav ing struck him. Dr. Keller was called In, and the wounds examined. Strange to say none of them are considered necessarily; fatal or even dangerous: though with tbe present warm weather a very slight wound may produce death. No arrest was made up to six o'clock p.m. Meeting of the Conservative Club of colored men of the Fourth Ward at Stillman Hall A large and enthusiastic meeting of colored men was held at the Stillman Hall lost night. Some three hundred colored men were present. Mr. John F. Harris, the colored Conservative ora tor, delivered a splendid speech of over two hours' duration, exciting the ut most enthusiasm in hia audience. He was followed by Marengo Johnson in good speech, full of sound advice to the colored men. Loud calls were made for Gen. Forrest, who appeared and made a forcible address, informing the colored men who were their best friends, and of the designs of tbe Radicals to plungo the country into a war of races. Ho in formed tnem mac ins uoutnern man was the true friend of the black race, and if the scalawags got them into trouble the black man would have to do the fighting, whilo the scalawag ran away, as. usual. He advised them not to be 6educed into joining Loyal Liagues, or other secret societies, but to go to work and becoma industrious, and vote the Democratic ticket When the white people become free, through the aid cf the colored man, then, all would be at peace, and the Conservative man would protect them in ail their rights. He would protect them, and every honest Southern mah would do likewise. Gen. Forrest spoke about an hour,-and was loudly applauded. Several other speeches were made during the evening. Bob waruiow'a Dross nana discoursed sweet music, playing all the national airs. The Colored Conservative Club may be put down as a success. THE COURTS. Criminal Court JPm. Hunter, Judge. Oa yesterday the following bus inoss was transacted ; In the case of the State va. Charles Henderson, indictment for larceny, a nol. pros, was entered by the Attorney General. In the case of the State vs. Joseph Harris, larceny, the indictment was abated, tbe defendant having died In i Jtt,i" ! I" case of the State vs. Eichard faher, found guilty a few days since of 1 aasauU and battery, and lined fifty dol 1 Jara tho defendant was discharged from 1 Ja!1 he having taken the insolvency or 1 Paper's oath, which, under the statute, J acB 88 "Jewe. Ia the caee of the State vs. Lewis i Crose, indictment for house-breaking, the argument was concluded last ovan- ing. The Jury found the defendant " guilty," and fixed the period of im prison men t at ten years in the peniten tiary. To-day motions for new trials, and In arrest of judgment, will be heard. Judge j Hunter will render hia decision on tho i motion for new trial In the case of the i StAtt vs. Sm Moody et al., and in the j cisa of tbe State vs. John Coegrove, all 1 of whom were recently convicted of border in the first degree A decision 1-1 I. .. ! .A- f ... - . . I will probau." o giveu iu uia oaao or tne State vs. p. p. Beecher, indictment for embezzlement, on motion to quash the indlctmenf. The following calendar of cases will be tried next week ; 71 Tho HUte vs A. Marre, murder, 77 The same vs Jerre Wood, muitlcr. 4L The same vs Jo-eph apellman, larceny. 0 Tne same vs Dick. Folwell, larceny. 03 Tho same vs J. IL Fliber. larceny. 61 The same v 'am, larceny. h7 The same vs Ell Guthrie eta., arson. m The same va same; larceny. IK) Tne same vs same, house-breaking. 93 The same vs levl'Mc lnnis, larceny. 87 The sinio vs Ileory Field, larceny. D8 Tile samo "vs Henry Reeves, house-break-In;. 101 The same vs Henry Pvner. larceny. 103 The same vs George Washington, larceny. 1M The same vs b. F Moyer, larceny. 105 The same vs same, larceny. lO"! The Btmo va Wm. Thompson, larceny. 1'3 The same vs Sam'I Martin, larceny. 115 .'lie same vs John Mills, larceny. Court meets to-day In the Law Court room, Greenlaw Opera House, where It will contlnua to meet until the new Criminal Courtroom on Main street, op posite tho-Ovestou Hotel, is finished. Law Court James O. JPierce, Judge! Met on yesterday-morning and adjourned to court in course, .tho second Monday in October next. Chancery Court A. Alston, Clerh and Master. The. Clerk and Master will take an account to-day in tbe case of Butler Vs. Johnson. Theolerk requests all attorneys who have files of papers belonging to this of- r 0.0 flee to return all old and neu; rule papers immediately, in order tbat the hearing docket for the next term may bo made up properly. It is to be hoped tbat this request will lie attended to by attorneys. Paschall House Drawing. Certifi cates in this grand drawing can be had in Memphis of Mr. E. 8. Piummer, W. H. Passmore & Co., 260 Second street, and at Geo.Pattison & Co.'s bookstore, jjvJ7j Main street Circulars containing foil particulars furnished on application to either !t the above parties. jy283tawtf The allotted time of Dr. James' stay in Memphis having expired, he will in future be addressed s& hia home office, 91 vnd 93 Randolph street, Chicago, and - "tofSce address, box 5863 Chicago, ill. po. advertisement In another, column, See t. Mcalaw. for pari. ..... "'ally at tbe Southern Hotel, Wanted j. Main streets, fresh corner Beal t. 'ckfina, butter, vegeta country eggs, ch. 1 tf bles and fruit. . Memphis, X Mas.ru. W B. Wigga Co.: Gentlemen : For several tan I was troubled more or less with a. lire which complaint I was treated iwafc nhvslolana to no purpose ; indet gradually became worse, until at last bezan to despair of relief from any source. While in this condition I was recommended to try your Buckeye baive. Making up my mind to try it, I am now happy to say that it had the desired effect, as I am. now well and hearty, for which I am Indebted to your wonderlul remedy. Yours, truly, X. L. WARNER. TTnrm receipt of St 00 a bottle of this Salve will be mailed, ireo 01 postage, Wanted, 100 Bentiemeifdoy boardeni at'the Southern Hotel, aum FINANCIAL MI) COMMERCIAL OFFICH OF THE DAILY APPEAL. MEXPHI3, August 7, 1863. The banks report money easy to-day with no diminution in the business call for loans, both on collaterals and good mercantile paper. Nearly all our moneyed institutions are doing a little in the way of loans, and it la hoped that the worst of the season has gone by. From the country the reports which reach us are generally favorable. A let ter from Pine. Bluff to the mercantile agency of R. G. Dunn & Co., of this city, is but the counterpart of several others received by us and others from various sections. The letter says : "For ten years there has not been more aus picious prospects for a very large crop in Arkansas than this fall promises. Tbe consequences of this is, that there will be more money here than there has been at any time since the war. The farmers will be enabled to pay up their indebted ne&s to the merchants, and they will be rather flush early In the season." Balanoes show some improvement over last month, and collections were better than anticipated. The demand for ex change is improving, while the offerings remain light. The buying rate on rew York is steady at par to Jc premium while there is some variation in the checking rates, which aro 3 10c pre mium. Selling on New Orleans, bf. Louis, Nashville, Louisville and Cincin nati at 1c premium. Bonds and stocks are nominal. The demand for money for business purposes has caused some diminution in the tie mand for securities of all kinds, and we could learn of no sales to report. City bonds were offered at 52a without buy era. Gold opened In New York at 14Sjc and closed atl47jc. "We quote at 145 146c buying. Selling at 147c. The New York stock , exchange quotations at noon to-day were aa follows : Coupons of '81, loj do '62, 14 ; do '64, 10; do '65, none ; do new issue, 81; do '67, 8; 10-40s, 9J ; '-30s, both, series, none; Government bond?, steady; old Tennessees, ; new, not quoted; gold loans, 3J; sterling ex change has declined 101(H. City scrip is dull, there being no de mand. Brokers are generally indiffer ent, having, we presume, enouirh of scrip and ledger balances on hand to' supply the wants of applicants. We quote at 7072o buying. Selling at 7680c. There is a better demand for Police scrip. The taxes on privileges are fall ing due in many cases. Holders ask 72c to-day, while brokers will not sell under 75c. County warrants are in moderate de mand at 5054c- Selling at 555Sc. Tho 'Liverpool cotton market to-day was steady at the opening; Uplands, 95(93d; Orleans, OI10J, and closed steady at unchanged quotations. Bales, 10,CCu bales ; week's sales, 68,000 bales ; for export, 11,000, and to speculators 8000 ; stock, 581,000 bales, of which 209,- 009 is American; a float, 703,000 bales, of which 8000 is American. The New York market opened dull and nominal ; Middlings, 29s ; other grades unchanged and closed dull at same quotations. A sale of 8 bales occurred In this mar ket. The list ran about strict Low Mid dlings and was taken at 27c. Two bales of batting cotton was also sold at 20c The stock yet unsaid will not reach ten bales. COTTOW STATEMENT. Chamber or Commerce. I MiotPliis, August 7, IMS. Stock on hand SopU 1, 18B7....... 1,080 ooceivea to-uay .. . 4 Received previously. 253.CS0 253,084 51,161 Exported to-day- 10 Exported pravloujsly....... .;i'A,VJ) 251,150 SUick on hand.... 34 APPLES Good demand. Choice are selling at $S2 75 per barrel in bulk. In ferior dull at 75cjl 50 per barrel. xsKAiN ateady, Jai per ton. BUTTER Demand active for choice at3335c; common, 2530j. BACJOiN Prices aro firm with good demand. Clear sides, 17?1S2: shoul ders 13J14o. BAGGING Demand very Unlit as yet. Kentucky hand, 17i18a; ma chine, 2420a; India, 2Bc. UA J. lJjJa email Bupply. Choice beeves, 6 j7Jc ; inferior, 35c. CHEESE Prices nominally 1417c for W. R. ; factory and E D., . COFFEE Firm at 2353270 for Rio: Java, 4143c. CUUiN uuil. Offerings were liberal S"0d on levee without buvers. Th Liberty brought- 1Q Backs ffora White river. CORNMEAL Fair demand. Fresh, $4 404 50 ; kilndried, ?4 05. These are levee prices in lore. j?roin score, i-j i. CHICKENS Good demand, with small stock. Young, 34; old, 2A05. , t ijL,uuK unoicegrauessteauy. esuper fino. $77 50 ; X, $99 50: XX. $1011; XXX, and fancy family, $1214. HAY Stock very light. Held at $2022. HAMS Plain country 1718c; plain canvassed, 1718Jo; 6Ugar-cured can vassed 1921c. HOGS Few ln market and demand light at 55Jc gross. EGGS Stock light. Fresh aro sold readily at lfl18c. HIDES-Recelpts light. Dry. flint 20 21c ; dry palt, 17lSc ; green salt, 10 11c; green, 8(3)9c. LARD Prices are Arm. Kegs, 20 20o: tierces, 1919Jc. LIME Eureka, $2 25 ; Alabama, Cope and St. Louis, $2. MOLASSES Light stock. Sugar house, 65c$l ; Porto Rico, 6585c ; Syr ups, 75c$l 25. MES8 PORK-Light stock and firm at $3131 50. OATS No. 1 we quote at 57c In lots. Held at G065o In store In small way. OILS Coal oil, 3842c; lard oil, $1 40 1 75c; linseed, $1 20l 40. POTATOES Good demand for sound at SI 502 2-5 per barrel. SALT We quote at J3 253 50 for 5 bushel barrels; 7-bosheI barrels, S3 75 4 SHEEP firm at $23 50 for Tennes see: S44 50 for Kentuoky. SUGAR firm; prime tochoioo Louis iaaa, 1618o ; fair, 1416o ; Island, 13 16c. TAR In kegs per dozen, $5 756. TOBACCO Good stock and prices firm with only a small trade doing. WHEAT Active local demand ; No. 1, $22 10; No. 2, 51 851 95; inferior, $1 651 75. WHISKY Market irregular. High wines, 5060cin bond. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS. New Yorli Market, New York. August 7 Cotton dull and de clining; "ties (BU qaies; upianus .wjy,c. nice du:l. Coffee quiet. Hugsrnrm. itoia Molasses qui' t. Flour oulet and a shule easier, l iZ . Corn tl 103 Dry Goods markpt is unchanged, except brown sbeetlncr, which aip a jc lower. Monrv market is easy: call loans 3-S4C discounts 633; sterling quiet 10J; sold 47K ; old Tennessee's 01 ; new 62. -Expected another million of AUska money Wilt oe snippeu to morrow. New Orleans Market. MEW PJ! MADS, August 7.-Cotton dull; no S MSlss: middKDgs nominally c; reti'pis i , ' . rnrthnweek 55: recelnlB 241 : Sfts756; stock 1320. Sterling 606i. Gold T Kloor. superfine S3 50. (Lra 92cQSl 05. 4N. w i0 Hay nnchanged. Pork flrra Oats, ii Uacon, snouiuers lo;,a ; clear (uuos niu 5 -ay, 18KoJ tierces 20o ktg, only Job 30 Tjird RU. ulne u-a.118 . 'BisviHo Mar bet. uent T-Tohacco quiet; sales T-nmSVIIXT, -CSn T. t mnllnm leaf 114 7St 61 hhds; lugs rl ' i Oatsiigjoc. Jtye$l6 shipping ( v" Kionr.Mpernne w as era 12,; ctear :.., rSvio-urrm, niily Whisky 55o bonded. Pork 12). Lard 17c. Bulk shoulders 12,al2VCc : sides he.'d at ll'-ics- Bacon. shoulders laJie; clear aides 17c; bams 2)Q'21c sugar J.ig9u7ic. couee 3xc. St. LonU Market. T. IjOuis. Aneusu 7. tod&cco nominally nn ciianged. Flour, superfine ti 4037. Wheit KX5a2 40 for fall. Corn S792ci Oats 50c, Pork srn. liicou, snnuioeis i3Wc; sides I0!rjl7o. nunc nnniaers iza ; siues ngiM. ara Itr.yj Iff. VT 9. 0U. Foreign 3Iarkes. Ij0jos. Anirn8t 7. Consols closed at SSirt 91. V. 8. Five-twenties 7171JJ j and at Franfc- xort at jd. LitncRPooL. Au just 7. Cotton steady ; sale suuu uaies ; upiaaua vgu ; uneana &;a. Vablic Debt of tbe DnlteU Slate. WA-JHtKO-rot, Aurost 7-The statement of ute puouc ueDt or m united states on the first of August, 185S: Debt bearing coin In terest 5 per cent, bonds, !2afc8,40O; C percent, bonds of 18SI, CS,6.TMI; 6 nr cent. 5 al bonds. 3133.106.100. TotaVSZSLSOO: Debt bearing uuucuw iuici cat, Liiioo cut cuiupnunu in teres t nnu-s, jii.wusu ; ceruncates at 3 per cent., 150,000,000 ; navy pension fund at a per cent., SllOOu.OOX Total. JSI.fi0i.S90. Xational debt, not presentetl for payment, three year 38,433,800 : compound Interest noteM. matured June lOtlt, July, Aukusc, October and December 15, 187, and May 15, IBW. $3,0M,UI0 ; bonds of i exaa inuemnity, u-ijjuu ; xreaury notes nn - .... '--' v. m ... . i ioui, wiu uriur vuereio, 115411 64: bonds uf April IS, !". January 23 1IM7, and March 31. Mi Jlil23.im 89; Treasury nntpic nfAfori-h r! i . r . . . S7H),5ai: certificates of 'indebtedness. Sltnoo! Total, 31899,175 41. Debt hearlntr no Interest. u ii iieu cum uou-s, iw.u;i,u;j ; iractlonal cur. rpucy. a i wi.eia M - eoia net uncut. xz4i4 no Total. W10.381891 37: mand total. 2.10.S7S.r.8 s Sx per cent, lawful money bond, issued to tho Pacific Railroad Company, 13210.000. To ut aeur, jz.o'.ijH3,7 81. Amount in Treasury. uu,uwpiii iu, Kumucj', u) lo tal, $110,074 ,278 It. Amount of debt leucash ln the Treasury. ri523 M(.f70 S7. The warrant. I- sueu oy tne .treasury department during July, to meet the requirements of tho Government amounted to. in round numbers, to the follow ing sums, viz: Civil, miscellaneous and foreign intercourse. Sl.710.000 : tntereLon rrnliMi- iteM 131509,000; War Department, $7,Oa,000 ; Navy ucuuuuriib, a-,o?i,uu. i u tenor, renstons auu Indian Denattmenm. savi.OQO- Total. URai'iim The warrants issued for the redemption of the ruuuc uvui are aai inciuaea. RXV3R MATTERS. WSATHEK AND SITSSS. Louisville, August 7. The river is swelling slowly, with five feet four inches in the canal by the mark. The weather la clear and warm. St. Louis, Aueust 7. The river is still falling at this point. CINCINNATI. Aumist 7. The America departed for New Orleaps to-day. Memphis. August 8. The weather was changeable yeiterday. It was clear, then cloudy, then wet, and then clear aeain. The river at this point is about station ary, with eleven feet large to Cairo and about soven feet thence to St. Louis. The lower Ohio Is risinir. with four and a nan leat. on Walker's bar, five and a nan ieec at. roruana. and five feet in the canal. A-slIght rise is reported coming down the Arkansas. There is three feet in that stream to Pine Bluff, and thirty incuea to .untie mock. Arrivals. Steamer Liberty, White river. Tompesr, White river. " Rubicon, Yick8burg. Departures. Steamer Tempest, Louisville. KUDlCOn, Ht, LOUiS. Ia Port. Llborty. MISCELJANEOCS. Cant, John B. Davis, alive to the wants of nis patrons on White river, and In Arkansas generally, has purchased the splendid side-wheel passenger packet, Mayflower, for the Memphis and White River Packet Company, and will have her here in a few days to enter the trade in place or tbe "Old Reliable." To Capt. Davis, Memphis, as well as the people of Arkansas, are indebted for now having two of the finest packets leaving this port. The Mayflower is a new boat, built last season, thoroughly fitted out in every rospeot, and has been purchased at a cost of 240,000. Capt, Davis has also bought the little packet, E. W. Brooks, now running in upper White river, and will, after giving her a thorough over riauling.continueherln theuoner White. Black and Little Red river trade, in con nection with his line of lanra steamers. Tho price paid for the latter boat was S4000. Tho gay and elegant steamer. Citv of Alton, Capt. Wm. Thomnson. backs out at her regular hour to-day for Cairo and St. Louis. It is not necessary for us to commendcCapt. Bill to travelers. He nas a reputation as long as tbe Missis- ippl, and stretches out as far as its long est tributary. Mr. Jim. White is Clerk of the Alton, The Mary Forsyth, which now belonirs to the Packet Company, enters the Bt. Louis and Memphis trade, leaving here on Tuesday next. This gives four boats per week In the line instead of three. The fine u. S. mail steamer Julia. Capt. Lockhart, will pass down for VIcksburg and the bends tn-dav at noon. She lands at the Star wharf boat. ine juoiila Abie passes down for New Orleans to-day. The Rubicon passed up ahead of time yesterday. She had a fine trip. The nne U. ti. mail nacket Llhertv. Capt. Jim Rios, backs out to-day for White river. She connects with tlm railroad at Dovali's Bluff, The Liberty Is ono of tua reculators of White river time, and Milt Harry, her chief purser, is one of the boys. Charley Sharpe is mud. clerk. Capt. E. A, Lsvy returned home yes terday, having caught a cold and in flamed eyes while absent. With careful watciiing anil regular beurs. he will be all right ajain In a day or two. We are giau to state that Maj. Mart Wait, who has heenoonfined to hia room for some days, is again attending to busi ness at 272 Front street. Col. J. T. Chldester. the Arkansas traveler, is In town, and leaves to-dav- on tho Liberty for Little Rook. uapr. it. v. wait loaves to-dav for the North on a business trip which wo hope will also be ono of pleasure. Uapr, w. J. Jonnson has rented the offlce No. 7i Madison street, where he win uuuuuuo mo agency ousmess, tie voting his time exclusively to his patrons. Dnrff hurrahed for Pendleton until the very last while in New York. On the morning after the Convention adjourned. Just at the dawn of day, a- policeman found on Mercer street, clinging to a lamp post, a dilapidated individual ap pareled in a long duster and narrow brimmed hat, who, to all inquiries from the officer replied : fHic) oorav l'r (hiol Pend'Ium. The Emma No. 2 has been purchased by Mobile parties, and has been taken to that port. 'mere aro nine boats repairing at Cairo. Major W. N. Stacke. formerly of tho Quincy and St. Louis Packet Company, is now general freightagent of the White uonar xiine. The Tom Jasper, recently sold to the N. W. U. Line, brought $60,000; the Mollie McPike. $15,000: Victorv. 10.- OG0 ; and wharfboat at St. Louis, S10. 000. Capt, Pepper's new boat will cross the falls on tho present rise. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial writes as follows from the snagboat J. J. Abert, at Osceola, under date of August 2d: We arrived nere yesterday, coming into this place for the purpose of obtain ing medical aid for the siok aboard this boat, which at present number three offi cers and two of the deok crew; In fact, there Is no one on the boat that Is en tirely well. Their attacks are generally of a bilious nature, to which is some times added a little ague to make It In teresting. We have always managed to keep the boat at work, notwithstanding sickness, having as small a force as five men on deck at one time. "We have been ton days out from Memphis, snagging ail the way up. We will keep on up to Cairo, removing all obstructions on our route. Tbe river having fallen some olx feet since we went down, many snags are now making their appearance whioh were not in sight when we went down. We will snag as far as Cairo, and then proceed to the upper Mississippi and re sume operations. Tbe crops will, from all appearances, be abundant in this re gion. The cotton Is in bloom and looks well, and if the planters succeed in keep ing the plant olear of the worm, they will have a fine yield of the staple. Just abovo us lies the wreck of the Louisville Mail Company's steamer Telegraph, which was sunk during the war while in the Government- transport' service. Tbe machinery,. with the exoeplloa of. one boiler, baa btn removed from her STEAMBOATS. FOB. VICXSEDRO. Regular Bt. Louis, Memphis and Vlckxburg TJ, I 4. WAVf For Helena, Napoleon and Vlcksaurg. ULJA ..Lockhart master xnts eiegant passenger steamer THIS DAY, Sth-irut., at 12 m. LARRY HA l tSTA n a . .auSU 5ll-5?hrfbt,foot . j'ezer on st. rem bt. x.oma. Memphis and St. 1-oufci Paeket Company. For Cairo aud Sr. I.oalo. CITY OF CAIRO Jobu Crane master This new anil splendid paKseucer .r -. steamer will leave aa above on jp" a.viunuAi,s.B inst, at 5 p.m. ng7- FLBM. OALVRRT. Nripl. TOR WHITE 1UVER. jiampuis aou white River V. a. Mall Packet wnaiiaay. For Helena, DaVall's Bluff, Little Rock. Au ,..t.Mi,uiju(i wiu mi way landings. Ldiife.RTi- NO. a. r.une Rice master lnis nne passenger packet leaves for the above on SATURDAY, 8th. Inst, at & p.m. or n-elgbt or passage apply to it t-- LEVY MILLER, Agent, au? Jt T3n eel' huder Commercial Hotel. FOB ST. IHAUCIS 1UVEH. Regular Tuesday BL Francis River Packet For jiaoiaon, witiaour and slII Wav I .t.,'i,,m MOLLIE HAMBI ON, X. R. BoVmaa Master titTV. . raueji anu i.iarx, clerks. TUESDAY, at S o'clock D.m. J wiji iuuvb jnemnnm :v I. 1 v JaJI tf Star Wharfboat. foot Jefferson st. cnAnr w BmBSHm THEunderalf itd h.tvincr Star Wharfbanf, nt the Foot of Jefferson street. Will continue the ?LMmhfiat imnm nn,n. and transact all matters lntnuted to him by his steam boat friends with promptness and dls- eutr wnarrnoat, foot or JefTerson street. Memphis. Uojfular aeniphN, White and Little HeU Klver Trtuisdny Pncitet, jaE DES ASO & JOHN D. ELLIOTT. Master: CAD. J. Hiir mu JUT Ulffl, lit-ri. THE steamer TBi ARO imvimr i.n in thorough repair, win enter the MEMPHU LJ HJlill!,aiV.llt&UKtUrman.ntlvi. liiuta.'AX. me Al dav of ueptember, 18o8. le wing Memphis every Thursday for ail points on Wcite ana Little Red rivers, counectlne at riia.all'. RlntT n.1.1, .-,1.. .' t .... .. f - Nwua iUl inula IHflK. day on arrival or train. jueaves xuvairs man tur temnnln nv.rv unn. NOTICE-To the il erchETits n r Mom r.v 1qt, . steamer UES ARC wti resume her trips In the White River Trade on Thursday, the 3d day of Uanfam.. .C.J .... .1 r . - . , V7 .J. . me wisu 01 uoia tne planter anu merchant that chandlse on which there la r it rVrhora.. ma lucu receive ami TTnn.nnrt mar- and ln view of the fact that the refusal to trans- pon sucn ireignt nas operated very much against the trade of Memphis, the steamer Dtd ARO (a home packet, owned and con trolled in MemuhUi wilt. on resnminchertrtnii- recelvo all C. 0. 1. freight, charging snipper consignee, and charging shipper one-half per 1. .'U U1D UClEil, M UDI1 OI1UIO UflL IWV VM tV UUII.UUII.I , ' VUllt-CliUlXH. JOHN D-ELLIOTT, Master au2 And Owner Steamer Ds Are. Memphis and Now Orleans Wednesday Packet, MAQEiWA, eXZ Fkask Hicks, Capt T. J. Howard, Clerk. 'pHIS fine st-amer will leave Memphis for 1 Newurleans on Wednesday, 18th of Sep tember, and wlU make regular trips ln the trade, leaving MempbU on every alternate ncuuiMujr. JlftKl' W ALC L"J " n Agents, ztz Front street. EEempliia and Now Orleans Wednesday Packet, MISSISSIPPI, NAT.S. (IBIET, 8. C'COK CBK1QUTON, iiacter. Clerk. aiHIS nne steamer will leave Memphis for .New Orleans on Wednesday, 22d of tfcpietn ber. and wUl make regular tr.nM in thA trmtn leaving Memphis on every alternate Wednes- dav. Jy3i tr Agents 272 Front street FOR MOUJTJJ TEAMER PEOSTA LEAVES every day for Mound t'ltv nt Ttz: a.ra.11 n.m., S p.m. and 5 p-ra. Leaves Jiuuua City every day at b a.in.. s a.m.. 1 n.m. n.i p.m. LaQJing at foot of Washington street. MARK R. CHEEK. Jyii Master. "OLD RELIABLE " 3PK!S AI? WHITE R1YEE PACKET COMPANY. U. H. MAIL LINE. "or Little Bock & Sot Spring?. X CIAL and LIBERTY No. 2, leave Memphis IK sciendld fasseni-er Htejimnrx PflM MTCR- every Tuesday and Saturday at 5 o'clock pun. for White River, connecting at DeVall'a Blnff with Memphis aad Littio Rack Railroad to uttie uoBK, anu stage Line for Hot Springs and all points ln Arkansas. 'lime to Little ltock, 48 hours. Passengers and Shlnnnrs can relv nn this Route the year round. JU11M 1J. DAVIS, SUp't, LEVY S MILLER, General Freight and Ticket Agents, apll tf No. S Joffarson ctreet. lass 1868 ST. LOUIS & ST. PAUL PACKETS Northern Line Packet Co. TI UN THEIR DAILY LINE OF SPLENDID lj side-wheel Steamers through to Davenport, Dubuque and fit. Paul Without leshlpping, leaving their Wharfboat, at the root ot WaslUnglon Avenue, EVERY BVENINU (ezcapt Sundays), at 4 o'clock p.m. These atoamers are nil manned with careluL Bkiliful and experienced officers and crews, accustomed to the trade, and aro outfitted In a superior manner, and no exertions will be spared to add to tne com ton or jrauengers or careful handling of freight. JAMES WARD, President, T.J. BOKORD, Superintendent, I. M. M ABON, General Agent. E. B.BYINCirON. Gen'i Ticket Agent. LEVY t& MILLER. Je73ra Tlake' nita. Memphis. SIBilPlUS & AliiiANSAS BITO United States Mail 2 s,ol3E.-fc Oorapa'y. HSW ABHAKGSLTKNTS. DURING THEPBlsaiiWX iuw oiAUJSor water in tne Arkansas river, all the boats on the Memphis end of the ruuto are with drawn, and the elegant Hide-wheel Steamer NATO MA . lames Lee, Master Will take Ute place of tho through hosts, leav ing Memphis as heretofore' MONDAYS AND TUORSDAYS.atU p.m.; connecting at Napo leon TUESDAYS AND K KID Aits with the fight draught and comfortable passenger steamer AMERICAN W. T. Berry, Master For Pine Bluff, nveirht and nassengsrs will be transferred Tthnm. detention or extra expense. the.NA- TOM A" giving Through Tickets to passengers tO Pine DlUn anu Ull mituuiwililia iruiuia uuij , but will tlgn Throucll Bills Lading for freight to all po'hW on Arkansas river as high up as Fort Smith. , . , ... Tho new anu very iigm-uramsui. aicauioia VAN BURKN - I. w. Williams, Master FORT SMITH.. Jamea Bowlln, Master WUl P'y between Pine Bluff and Ppadra, con necting at the latter place with a fleet of flrst class Flatboais. in charge of Capt. Jeff Bald win, by which freights shippfd on this lino are forwarded without detention! and delivered at destination in good ordtr, the flats being weU provided with tarpaulins to protect the goods from the weather. .,, Persons wishing to ship by this line will con tinue to mark their goods "via Arkansas river "and sh'p to "Memphis and Arkansas Blvef U. 8. MaU Packet Company." at Mem phis, or to John D.Adams, at Mem phis. All freights signed for through as this line wUl, as heretofore, contlnua to receive the at tention of James T. Bourne A to.. No. 12 Jef ferson stret.uN ADAMS, superintendent. VINSON DONAHUE, Agents for -N atoms. DAVE HHKELU PassencerAgenU On resumption of navigauon.tbe GLEANER, CBLESl'if, CALDWELL and OZARK will re Bume their places ln tbo Memphis and Fort Bmlth line, by which the merchants and plant ers on the entlroArkantas liver wUl have di rect communication with MemDhts, and from there byrail and steamboat to all points ln the United 8 taws ,, , , , . jyil JOHN D. AD AM3. Superintendent, NOTICE. ON the 8th day of September, 18S3, tho ender-ait-Ttwt. a. Elsemsn. will apply to the County court of Shelby county for setters or Ariminictratlnn on the estate of M. Stelnttler. deceased; and al same time undersigned, E Lowenstem.wiil apply to oe uuarniau oi toe minor aein oi sztti ukw"ii R. EJBEMAN. Bi LQwaifiip, iCZLs GOODS. DRY GOODS TRADE OF MEMPHIS. GRAND PREPARATIONS FOR- FAX.!, TRADE 00MPETITI0K DEFIED -at- HOME JOR ABROAD JN" CONSEQUENCE OF THE FAVORABLE prospects of a bountiful season, by which there must necessarily insure A LARGE TKABE We have concluded arrangamenfa througb which we propose to offer inducement!! for all BUYERS TO PURCHASE HERE lit ill Imported Goods we will. Im port Direct, or baj from tbe Importer's Agents. All Domestlh Goods wo will buy direct from the Xanofactnrers. Shoes we will hate made to order In fast, we will procure all our Goods 7S0S FIBST HA3B8, taereDy sating the JotW bert proffts. 2d Through onr large eapltal we art enable to BUT I9B CAS I, tftere&r can bay closer than tnoie Snjinj on credit. 3d We shall continue to SSLL 0SLT 70S CAaH, wnlch enables as to sell at a closer prout than those selling oa Time 4th We will eontlnnally hate our buyers In the Kait watching' the mariet and attending tua Trade Auction Sales, bujins Earsalns, which we will again Sell as Bargains. Through these advantages. It most be appa rent to all that we-wlll be able to COM PET H "WITH ANY MARKET ON. THIS COMTO. r People should not listen to the base fabri cations of Cincinnati, LoulsvlUe and BU Louis drummers, that Memphis cannot compete with their markets. MEMPHIS CAN NOW, AND WILL, COMPETE WITS ALL SAB&ETS WE SHALL CONTINUE OUR CLOAK MANUFACTORY Under the management of a No. 1 CLOAK CUTTER, making up tho LATEST PARISIAN STYLES, whereby we will save s.tleaat2Sper cent, andean ther.by .. - r m TIM 29 PER CENT. CHEAPER Than those buying from eastern manufacturers. Wo shall keep the LARGEST as well as the MOST COMPLETE STOCK IS THIS CITX. EVERY DEPAEIT WILL- BE OOMPLETJ3. Thankful to onr customers for part patronage, wa hope to keep a continuance of same, and through tho GRAND PREPARATIONS "WE HAVE MADE, the largo Increase of Stock and. the close figures we ahaU sell at, we hope for a large increase of our custom. "We -would especiaUy Invite aU "WHOT.AT.Ti BUYERS to give us a csil before, purchaflns their Fall Blocks. " 5.;LSWI$!TI1S & HiTU18, I t a i t i la I1 as ?e ii i