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THE TJDAY MORNING APPEAL-AUGUST 7, 1870.
. . RELIGIOUS SERVICES TO-DAY. Kit. Davtb- Walk, will pwh la the I.tn dm stmt ChrlsUaa Caurch to-duy at a,m.Dd Dtt. I nxu will be a special service thl afler noon, at 4 o'clock, st the '-hurch at3,n Snepherd. wlflch ooeilon th al wl" be diatrlbnted loth children ofthe parish. Braaor rmAX.ot Na.hTllU.wlUjir.-wli a. St. ralriok cuurcu tlt morning Her vice commence at 1S o'clock. Paor U W. Jonwii, of Macon Collar", wmreaon at IshVcentraJ BpUM cb arch ,i.r ford. i. this morning and night ai tne usual noora. . . ... Rav Samobi. Vino Fr" .tSJuo churtk. th- moraiae. at 10 ru fJSJSa. rlor. siiday aokool at 8', WANTS. .mK-ICKJEPKR-A thorough practical , u ,k xecoer deslreaaaltuatlon. Apply at sB.MB.sa Bank. u B Me A ukNTS T aelt the Hoxm SJirrTLi: Haw rT. ........... i... , timakeathe ...J ..ilkeon both aide and l.thc only lle-naed uader-leed Win tile .,lir ...Id lor leaa than aaa Licensed . w.w OroTr Baker, and Singer a o. Aoe7-fd Mia. tie M3SSgU (wlMlbai SBO are Infringements, and tn. burg. Pa.. Ot.i(ssj, I1L, oTJlt. Loci. o. J."1 T TO Mil the K.TAO..V ; ram a It la make. ,! lava-stitch." end's warranted for ,... naani Mi A.l otner macmn w.. tawg3k7gS for $1 or l-i Inrr,, tnenta a ad res ikT amok Kgwiso Ma. hib gTS: tSntTuo, Cnieao. UL.Pltumrg. Pa, or notion, Mass- a QKm WANTW-t'0 raa dayi-i ty the A Ambbicab Kicrrriso Mai ui Co.. Fo- . . V ... i !tl. Hl. 'l A FOR RENT. H OC FO IUHTT- A booaa with ax rouaiB. ssBasy aap Horn K - So. M i oort street uexi to me ,aeucau,LM.HllL A, Py to Wf . aa-ra . .-. 3I Se-ooiiii r ' FOR SALE - . , .at-Lo. lev cash a lot of about nn (l nil Hoxl and half blood ashn.rre and Jgalfse 4iwat.siiAgl . or in pairs. Appl? at rav raleiaBanty where the toes ma be aeea. or to Charles A. Cnoeie. At " ;, Ne. 2r Mesas street. Memphia toruey. "S5EAl;KTH g H1LU ai ,i Qftna tateof Hnnv r Hill deed. LTpRTCK BKKB MANrFACTORY. Ball. A S c 5 Spruce Bear Malaatory, corner Third and Mill street t entire bomw and i.a.1 will): aatablUrasd In Uuaeity May. JOE V . 8AlJi. Prcpnelor. 1:1 V- as i r'larat .in. I n( found LOST-REWARD. ML K KEWARD.-traved from the iubaenber living one mile north of the cltT on Mandolph road, on the morning o tie i5 wrJuly. lJa. one white Mare Mnle, bout fifteen band high, nine or ten year r d roaonad mane and tall, swlnny and col 1 m.tked. I will glT. 110 lor the delivery of wud mnle to me. " "'" M ABO NIC DIBBCTOBY KOR IX)DGKa. f W ' Bom Mnmna. lo. 118 meeta Sd Friday of each inonth-Hall cor. Madiana and-cond. W. a. Malthawm. W. M . Ben. B-Pulien. am Aiauona, Mo. Mi m ra hrt Monday in -m3u,, at Odd-FaUow; Hall corner ( Vlun and Main. CM-Oairoll. W.M.; John Beamlah, Secretary- Lkila Hrwrr, No. -meet bit Friday of each uonth-Hall corner Madlaon and Second. B W. Mitchell, W. M.: S- Sturm. Sec JJgsoro. No. meU Sd Friday of each month-Odd-Fellowa' HalL J. IX oeaird, W. M : R. W. Shelton, Sec 1L 11 ru 4ih Friday of mouua, W M-; louia Caapakl. hoe. WTA. ABCH. pmt CaTAirn, No. -meeta M Monday of Sec nnto-Odd-Fellow, 'HalL D. C. Tra der M.M.H. P.: G. O.Locke. Hoc Mphi." LuirTiR No.S r D.-meet at Odd f.;'o' Hall. Id Monday of each month. Henry J. Lynn, M. K. hTP. ; H. U btaever. becretar. B. AM B. H. E-kbka CorsciL. No. -meet : Umgr wb month Odd-Fellow' HalL 1. B. Fora- ua. Tu. Obi N - J - TEXPLABA. rraKXE CaoniAitDKT, No. 4 Meeta 4th Mon- uv of each month. Uao. MeUerak, Com.; T J Barchna. Bat Caltakt CBAKTgaor Bf1; il T L t harlaa W. Adama, t3d, M.'. W. ., H. I. Turn Unarm Sd, Sec-. nha Hall, cor- td- C. O. T. DIRECTORY. Om rmjamf Hau, corner of aawh.ttwl North lirwrt.-RulrrLodge. No. U kjHn of K-rNBkah -meeta on the Aral and third Fridav nigbU of each month, at 8 o ciock. J. w". wkvnator, N. U ; Mm. J. W.vnrtiborg. V. : BenJ. Bingham. Sec y. (ittiM KCArifi:T. No. I . on Jbe first and third Thnraday nlghta of each mouth. a fc o'clock. Alex. Bono, J E. lluaaell. H P - Tbomaa Baeoa. Scrtbe. M em imi- Loncx. No. .-meeu every Tuosday nlxht, at I o'clock. & M. orwood. N O. : A W Jonea. V. . ; J. W. W ayneatonrg. Bee. and Fin. Hee'r. CUKXASAW LOWSX. -- tlt.v N !. uig-nt. at o'clock. J. M. Samp e. . O.; Leon lTy,V.O.; Tboa. 3. Bingham, Itx Hoc gllg4 lonex. No. P" .g1T3g Wi a:ielay night at o'clock. H. Harder, LOCAL NEWS. Arrlrml aid Departurt of til. Memphis PorrorrirB. Office hours from t- a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunouya frcm 9 to 10 a.m. . . Ctxwtta. am p M Memphis A Lo jtv!lle K B. All polnu North and LIJO LlJOBawt. Twtaa aaily - Memphia A LionUvllle K. ;2-J0B way aaaila MamphlA A Charleston H. K A clUaa Baat A Hooth 1 51- and way ntaiat Hiaa. A Tenu. K. It Ail. 11 la cjUea Sou in and way mail Memphia A Little Bock B. liU dally except Sunday... Miaaiaalppl river W Ilele- l na and Friar a Point.daliy Mlaa. riTer to Vlckahurg trl-weekiy, on Monday. I UG Thnradaya and Saturdays Mlaa. river to St. IouU aeml-weekly.oti Moatdaya :...d Tcuradaya White rlTer, aeml-m-eekly TuadAya and Sal a -day a. Mondays and Frldaya I rkrm-" river, tri-wcek-ly, Mondays, Wedutmlaya I if j acd Fridays afmi.h!a liillkliuu. Ark.. tri-weeklT. on Moudaya, krOU Wadceadaya and t iluaj a Meniphia to Luba, Tenn., USgj weekly, Friday MemnhlA W BbaLU and Ollvt Branch, kUaaaeinl t u. weekly, Tuea. A Frldaya., AAKIVSH A.M. P. It. 4:1 turn 4:16 X-JC 91 jl2Jl 5:00 J. DaLOACM, P. M. W. .. Mitchell's achoolW, Third St. Iyook at loo W. Had la' advartiaetuant "for aale." Cleaning aim dyelnc to perfection at B. A. HoJleobwrg a, -Jul 8ecnd atreet. Isabella and calawtja grapea are be c. ruing quite pleotiolon the fruit atamia. The beat taarx-aina In pianos will be found at 313 Main street. Call and see. Bishop Keshan will lay the eurner lone of St. Bridget', church thig after noon. A heavy thunderstorm passed over the city yea tarda j afternoon, between 8 and 4 oViVask. Th thermometer was a at twelve o'clock yesterday. The barometer stood at 25) S6 Inches. A large stock of second hand 7-octars pianos for rent or aale, at H. O. Hollan lierK's, Clay liailslSBr Mix card pictures for fifty ceo u, Pho txMrrsphs, SI per doaen, at Armstrong's iiem OsUery, HI Main atreet. Physicians lugubriously report that the city is healthier now than ever known before at this mason or the year. The complain Ls of "prickly heat " are more numerous now than at any pte v j'.ua time during this summer. Onr thanks are due the Express Com Tatny for constant repetition of favers in the ahape of Alee of the New York dailies. B. O. Hollers berg hss a fine assort' ment of Chickering Pianos, the best snd cheapest unatciat-a piano in the world. Hold on ay terms. Loc Kvans, the darky whoa gun was accidenMlly discharged ou the lerte on Friday, waa diacharged by the Recorder yeatexlay morning, Joe Locke receiTss the New Yorkdai lies witbiu forty-eight hours of publica tion. Go to bis stand to-day and aupply yourself with Sunday reading. The Recorder disposed of thirty-two oases yesterday, assessed fines to the amount of f 130, of which sum nearly the whole amount waa collected. Watenneiosi carta atand around the corners all day long, and the " millions " are dlapensxjd to the darkies at prices ranging from firs to twsuiy-liTa cents. M - B. floeco, corner of Adams street and Main, had the misfortune to lose his pet mockingbird, yates-day. Us will liberal iy reward the party who returns him. Mr John Fourcbette, "French John.'' who waa shot by the accidental die )haiy of Ben.iarret's piUol, ls again on tho streets. We oongnstnlate hLtnogt his re covery. We war pleased to meet Colonel Jimmy Hpeed, that prines of ticket agents and good fellows, walking witbont bis crutch yesterday. May he never need smother. Captain Barney Gray, at the day pe nce fort, SAW glad U aiBjreporl., U iwprovLif: stavrl hopes goon U) li BiltWly recovered fr.UU the effects of his recent severe illsMliM fla'll bW - Business ls!xRinniug to looktipainax- lngly. and the notes of nreparstlon for (be fall campaign are already being sound -ml ty wide-awake business men. See our advertising columns tc-dajjtjfl The census report for the city is near ly ready, so we are Informed. It wlU show that our city baa nearly doubled In the last decade. The population of Mem phia proper will be about forty iwn thou sand souls. Several unimportant robberies have been committed at. und ' w n .! Isle. 'IHi" custom of leaving door and windows open at night offer a strong temptation to thievee and bnrglara. The fourth annual fair of the Tnde- Endence countv ( Ark.i Agricultural and echanical Asiocistion will commence Wf-.inoasiav, October 4, at HateavtUe, and continue nr daya. Competition ls open to the world. What so refreshing these lint a , ..id ler oi sherry or ratawha, oi punch T These, and every olhm- ffood drinka. plsin and fancy, can at Madame Vincent's. No. 18 I ninn atreet, put up in a style simply iuuuitablo. bite also sets au extjiiisiU lurwh dally, froin ion o'clock till two. We heard a v ise colored man aay lsst Sunday, when the attempted aaanaaafna- tion Of Mm. Mar. in and the nbect ofthe then appmaching election wen? discussed, that "when you go to church you ought to go to hear the gospel." Inlead of this Had .mi. am hss eoBveitcd .ord churches Into Loyal Leagues, and Idnok preachers ere siaiuy travelllog ageiila of mean white ollicc seekers. The llibernisii Mutual Relief Associ ation will meet at the corner of Adams and Main atreet this evening at half past three o lock. They will form there and thence march to K'..Mary' church, where Bishop IV-hau will join tliem. The pre cession will thence move to the corner of Third and Jaokaun Btrenta. wherd the Itisbop will lay tho coriu-r-iUine of St. Bridget'-i church. Detective John Kelly yterdsy ar retted Chas. Moody, the notorious negro thief, and bis "woman." Minnie Sim mons, for (dealing 165 ill money and tome jewelry from Mrs. Icrenco Min vellv. on Pndav night. They Btontly steired their innocence, but a search of their persons turned up the jewelry and $50 of the nnney. The bslance will no doubt be furthcoming on Monday. Our friend, Mrs. M. A. Hunter, of the Southern Emporium of Fashion, leaves to-day on a trip North and Kast, to lie gone some week, partly on pleasure and partly on business. We wish her much pleasure on her travels, and a safe return home. She will bring back a larjre and full stock of the latest novelties in the xiooVk, and her beautiful establishment will i -.oh her return, the emporium of fashion par ereeUanec. We received from our friend Chas. N". Krich, Esq., the cbina and glassware im porter, another package of the latest Paris papers yentejrday, consisting of files of Vyoro. La Purne, Le Journal OJHcirl, etc. Mr. Erich ia still in the gay capital, aud from his long stay must be. enjoying him self hngelv. lie will probably be b.:k home by the first of September, bunging such s "magnificent stock ot Bohemian glassware, Sevres china, etc, along with him as will astonish the nstives. Mr. John Qibaon, the clerk at the Adams street station, has been confined to his room several dsys with a severe bilious attack. We hope he will soon be ou', as he is one of the most indefatigable officers connected with the entire polios del artment always at his post, accurate in bis method of doing business, polite and obliging to all, and as true as steel to his friends, there srefew men bettor fitted for the position be holds or more worthv to fill it. Buildings that cost in the aggregate $330,0M, have been built in the last year, or are in the course of construction, in this city and its suburbs. These bouses, built for residences or business purposes, have been constructed under the super vision of a single firm of architects, end do rot constitute one-half in value and cost of the buildings erected snd now in prooeas of construction. We have received fro-n J. A. Swain, Esq., General Agent of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, a magnificent col ored map of the seat of war, issued by the Society for general distribution. This is, by far" the most handsome and accurate map that we have seen of th- seat of war; indeed, it is theonlv produclion, with one exception, that can be dignified with the name of " map." j i i A young man named George Allan, at work on the bridge on the Mempii -and Selma railroad over the Luzapalilx creek, on Monday last was knocked off the bridge into the water by a tailing plank. He was rendered senseless by tbe blow, and immediately sank to the bot tom, as his companions thought, never to rise again aiive. Judge of their astonish ment, however, at seeing him rise to the surface some five minntes afterward, fully fifty yards below the point whore he Bank, alive and swimming. A pole was stretched to him and b was dragged ashore safe snd comparatively sound ! The corner stone of St. Bridget's Church will be laid t his eveni ng at half past lour o'clock, with the impressive ceremonies provided by the Catholic 'hurc.h for suh oocas:ona. Bishop Feeban will officiate, assisted by the clergv of the various Catholic churches. The Emmet Guards, Sodality oflhelaa in scutate Conception B. V. M., and the Hibernian M. R. Society, will form in procv-ssion, and, led by tbe Sodality Silver Band, march to the ground, corner of Third and Overton streets. Tho Bishop will deliver an address at the conclusion of the consecration eremonlf s. Peyton Pettit, a negro who attempted to incites riot at the Seventh Ward polls on election day, was arrested by oftirvr Pat MeElroy'on a warrant iasuid by 'Squire Kieruan. He wa committed to jaii, aud will have an examination to morrow. Pettit is a desjierately bad ne gro, and did all he could on Thursday to br.n7 about a collision w;wcn wnues and blacks something that might have ; old horror, .nd would have succeeded but for thecooiness and Intre pedity of two or three members of the po lice force. We have received a communication from Mr. C. P. DeKaminietz, of Lark i us ville, Ala., in reply to an extract from a St. Louis rsarsM, published in the Appkal some weeks ago, showing why Americans should not be partisans of either Franco or Prussia in the present war. The Ap pkal has thus far carefully refrained from any partisanship in the niatier, and has printed sli news and information it could obtain fro n both aides, without regard to tbe individual or personal predilections or aympatbj of its editors, Mr. You Kaudnisi. s letter is violently partisan, is sooehed in language calculated to arouse bitter resentments, and to provoke contro versies that were better avoided. We must therefore decline Its publication. Tbe following marriage licenses were returned to the County Clerk during the week ending yesterday: Benjamin Be firaefonried and Matilda Stewart; John C. .ehrling and Mlaa Emma D. Cooke; 7.. Elliott and Miss Mary ('. Heaves; ii. A. Hesson and Miss Emma Anderson; M. V. Robisou and Miss M. L. Williams; Victor L Degan and Miss Olivia Oldlield ; Daniel W. Dickinson and Miss Marietta B. Andrews; Jerry Williams and Jose phine Chandler; John Brattle and Mrs. Maltie Hughes; W. H. Roberts and Miss Pauline Gardner. Total, ten whites. Strange to aay, there were no blacks. Tbe bucks and parsons must bsve been too burv ab.ut tbe election. The Turnpike Co., on Poplar street, have usnded work owi ng to tbe terri ble condition of the street between the end of the Nioolson and corporate limits, v. here tbe turnpike commences. Tbe road outside tbe city limit is s great soc oaas so tar. Whst s pity tbe impassable guHofafex hundred feet, inside the city limits, should stop their progress. Did not tbe City Fathers promise that this piece of street should be bnilt in time to meet the turnpike? The fall rainv season will aoon be on us, and if the street is not built at ones, it will be disastrous to the mad The street is graded read v for the brick snd gravel, aud the material is at the rbarieston depot. Why not get tins TsamriiUe Co.. to build it. who we learn propose to do it at actual cost, to make the connection wiLh the Nioolson. tNDUSTFUAL. ARKANSAS. To the Maggfactgrert, the Mtthaaici, tho Artist, the Artliaag, ant the Ap prentices of Mesipaig. Tb first exhibition of tbe "Memphis Mechanic' Institute," will be held ;the present fall, under and by a consolidation with the Agricultural Society, and by uniting the two socle ties, we hope and desire to put forth a manly aud creditable show to the world of Inventive talent snd mechanloal ingiuuily and skill In all the departmenta in which you are interested. Tbe whole control of the mechanical de partment oi-tbe next fair has been given to our society, snd vigorous; efforts are being, ma let-, develop the industrial pur suits of the South. The whole valley of tbe Mississippi, South sud West, will look with i merest for SAgrand and de servlng display 1 your seien title skUl.and your abilit s to compete with your breth ren of the North, who have hitherto oc cupied the field without opposition. Not a steamboat p asses our city . going Soulb, fails to exoioit ou her dock, immeuse snpplles from their shops; from the hat on your head to the sole of your boot tbe oarrlspes yon ride In, the wagons we drive your saws, hammers, bums, and planus irom the cradle that rocks your shear ;o the colli n that shuts him up in the house ordeatt '.lie beds you sleep on the table yon ea'. from ih window that gives you light the door that shuts oat the winter, and even the house you dwell in.sll are but the fruits of the loom, the auvil uud lbs lathe, to which we pay the tribute of the consumer to tbe skilled producer! Aud the reason why, is better answered by asking yon how long such s state of affairs shaiT exist. That tb is talent, ingenuity and skill among you, we need only point you to tiie trader olton Uin.tho new devices lor cotton presses, and the list of patents wblnh has lately I n awarded to South ern mechanics and inventors. A new orfjpr Is dawning upon you; a) ready the keels of tw o new steamboats lie side by side at our ahip yard; the foundation of a new branch of woorlen ware manufacture baa already been laid; soon two lurniture factories will be in snncesaful operation, while a new Southern railroad, in a few months will tap a new and Is iter supply of coal from Southern mines, while thelrou Mountain railroad will cleave its way through tbe most re markable mountains of the best aud moat exhauslless iron known to the world. A new world of enterprise is opening upon vrni, and you must occupy it. Tbe Meui jihis Mechanics' Institute, a home society, composed of Memphis working mecaau- I. . : 1 . . ,1 1 T . 1. . i . . . I .... . ; . ICS, iOUg lUmillumi Wiuil law rrw n... of this city, and well and favorablv known, is "fonndod for the purpose of siding and encouraging you, and one of our most effective means of doiug so is to urge every mechanic, artist, manufactu rer und apprentice, from a manly patriot ism and trom personal and professional pride, to come up to the demands made upon him, and show the fruits of but la bor. Let every one prepare fair samples of his w-orkuiauahip for exhibition, not so . tor the premium be Busy win, but to sl ow the advancements already made, and the evidences upon which we base our hopes of successful oouipetition'with the w orld heresfter. The best advertis ing card you can possibly make is the proof of your skill in tbe exhibition of your handiwork. Although handsome testimonials snd premiums have been prepared, yet they form a small part ot tbe advantages to be derived from an ac tual exhibition of a fair specimen of the article you make and offer for sale. Every man who is engaged in mechanics! pur suits, and who has tbe pride of a worker and the master of his calling, ought to be represented by the product of bis labor at tbe next fair. In a short time the catalogue will be published, and copies may be had of tbe officers of both societies, from which it will be seen that a liberal and magnificent list of premiums have ben offered, em bracing every branch of trade, while a large discretion has been given meritori ous works for rewards, whether specially enumerated or not. Thus, not only the product of every trade is represented, but the apprentice, as well as the artist, is of fered encoursgf ment to rise in his strength snd "strike lor the prise." In every list apprentice work is eligible to distinction In distinct aui.rentiee competition. Mechanics or MempniS! we must ouna our houses, onr steam boats, our machine ry, our implements, our cars and railway and our wood and leather wares at home.' What we consume and employ there must be mado there, and to do so so we must makb specimens aud show them at home to onr people at their homes. Bv order o. tho Mechanics institute. THE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW HAVEN, CONN. So much has been said and written during the past six months endeavoring to prove thla Company unworthy of confi dence that we take pleasure in calling at tention to tbe July statement in another column, showing that although the stock holders at a meeting, June loin, inwiewoi tne numerous losses during the past year, uuaniinously voted to reduce the capital stock to half s million, pocketing the loss themselves. The Company still baa ovrr a million of dollart in good ajtstU, and standa ready to meet all just and honors t.le losses, a- sie lias done during tho past ten years, fairly and promptly. An entire new rioaru of Directors, with C S. ttusn nell, Esq., a man of large experience and ample means, at its head, has been elected, and with the Company's attention directed exclusively to Fire Insurance, abandoning the marine, lake and river business, which has proved a source of loss from the first, we msy res sonably presume for tbe Company a pros- pcrous oareer 111 u.c lutuns. our ooi.eus have no cause of complaints to make against the " Home" or her agents, H. T. Toml.nson A Co., for every loss she has sustain, d during the p-st aeven years (and they have not been few or far be tween) has been promptly snd equitably settled and without quibbling. I nder tbe new regime our menu uolo- nei U. T. Tomlinson is the Company's sisacial agent for Tennessee and Missis sippi, tosdjust sll losses which may occur, auu i ic urm oi n. i. i om n iison x v ... , No. 17 Madison street, the representatives for Memphis, and by their record for the past seven vears are fully entitled to the confidence and patronage of the commu nity, vve advise our inends desiring reliable insurance to call on them. a- PERSONAL. The New York Daily Utole )Radical) says: Jenersnu Davis is before the public in a neat little speech, tiie nrsi we re member from him ainoe tbo fall of Rich mond. Like lien, lc-e, he has retired from public life, and be is determined to let those who have the power dictate how the country shall be governed. This is sensible ou the pert of Mr. Davis. He sets s good example for many of his countrymen to follow. Being a brave man, he looks lorwara w uu nope to tne future. Townsend A. Thomas, Esq., Past Grand Master and Special Deputy ot the Grand Master of this State, is in our city on business to which we will allude more fully to-morrow. Applsw. Highest price paid for 500 barrels choioe apples. REKD BCCKHAM, ftio Front street. No. 1 Gravel Roofing done by Barthol omew A Allen. No. 6 West Court atreet. THE MEMPHIS. HOLLY SPRINGS, 0K0L0 NA AND SELMA RAILROAD. Mkmpii i, August 6, 1870. t,. ii. r. Pai.nla of Khelbv Conntv: By an 'jrrfer ofthe County Court of Shel by county , made at Us last regulsr session, the popular vole of tbe county waa to be taken in favor of or against a subscription of $000,000 of tbecBfitsI stork ofthe Mem phis, Hol y Springs, Ukolona aud Selma Rsilroad Company, and the day fixed for this vote to he taken was the fourth Sst urdsy In August inst. Important busi nnsaln New York and Alabama has put. it out of any piweratau earlier day than ; i he proses t to be here. Herore UiLs vote is tsken l deem it both lAeeasaiy aadprotasr to canvass the county and explain to the people the great importance of the road to tbe people of tbe county of flhelby. Tbe time now left Is too short to do this, aud I therefore desire this election sus pended until in November, when the time will be again advertised and the vote taken. Reai-eetfully. . , -r- , N. rLntetsUgST. Pres. dent. having the election notice , it a lid give this r.oiiee one :iil bill to Harris A Pillow. ;: i S J. WRIGHT. Sheriff of Shelby County. All kinds oi Do Goods marked lower at B. Loweuatein at Bras'. Aix of tbe UUsvt wsekiia and month lies, just recWrua at Jot) Locktys, WA Main street. City pap will discs! insertion, a Look to yocr Ch ildhjcit. Diarrhea, Dysentery and suinmbr coinpla'nt, are cured by Mrs. Whltcomb'sSyrup.which is sold for 26 cents a bottle. See adver tisement. Job Locks' 'has tbe largest aasortmen or dalles on his counter at 230 Mail street. The ladies are In raptures at tbas Intro duction of Phalon's Italia, or salvation for the Hair. This trranil discovery en ables them to shake their ringlets at the frosting hand of time in defiance. Free from any sediment, it rapidly darkens tbe grayest heads, bold by all druggists and fancy goods dealers. Hit A ConwtsE. proprietors of the Job Printing estsblisbment in the Ar s.i..r. Rnlldinir. 14 Union street are now prepared to execute orders o iJob Printing rn tbe shortest nonce, i ue pa trons ofthe Appkal will bear this in mind and act accordingly. For. derangement of the Liver, for Dys Diarrhea. Pile, etc , Dr. 8fm- inons' Liver Regulator certainly has no .nnr.rk.r Tt acts like sciiBriB, without debilRstihg the system. 1 hat s triad it thoroughly, and speak what I know. " " KEvTh. GARDNER, Atapuigus, ia. H.BP'g Mohtult, improved style, with leaves neatly cut, sr game at Joe Locke's, 288H Msrn street. LADIES' JET 1EWELMY IsATBBT HTVLBa, AT J. ROESCHER'S JET PALACE, 32H Maiw 8trkt. All Jet Goods bought in my establish ment will be repaired witbont charge. J. HOKtaCHKR, Jeweler. Hku advertisement of Dr. Butts' Dls peniRrv, headad. Hook the sail' Ion MARK! AC K CI lDi-in another OPl runn, it should be read by ail, Across the State - Progress ef the Little Reck Railroad. The great Memphis an tained whei on White river through from Lltt I c Rook to M eud to be achieved by the L Littie Rock road is not at :i uecting 1th steamers Msanogers may go ii. plus in fourteen hours. Memphis wants freights, and not the few travelers from the capital of Arkansas. It is corn and cotton that we ask for, and thla cannot lie brought hither 11 freights must 1st transported from gtesmbosts to the railroad. Coat what it may in money snd men, this road must be finished, aud no excuse will even pal liate, in the eyea of this community, a failure to give Memphia and Little Hock direct connection within the next four months. The appended letter of an old snd valued correspondent is very well as far as it goes, but It fails to tell what we most desire to know when ui the Lit tle Rock railroad be finished? The integrity of tbe managers of the road is unquestioned, snd it is only asked whether they have force and energy anal rim enough to achieve a task which public necessity exacts si their hands. Cur correspondent says: "Receiving an Invitation from Captain Robertson, tbe efficient and gentlemanly Assistant Superintendent ofthe Memphis and Little Rock railroad, tu ride over the road In their new and elegant passenger coach, 1 I-line 1 myself yesterday morning on the Excelsior, surrounded by a bevy of lovely girls, with their admiring swains, who were also bound for Pales tine. Arriving at tbe depot, in Hopelleld, we were conducted into the new coach, when exclamations of delight and praiae greeted tbe ears of J. K. Collins, tbe mas ter mechanic, and W. A. Bond, the build er; aad, indeed, this production of their hands is well worthy of praise, for it is as elegant and comfortable as any coach on tbe Northern roads. Indeed, I could scarcely believe it was constructed ou that side of the river; but facts were there to show and these gentlerueu may well feel proud of this Arkansas Gem. Amid the comments and laughter of the party, the great old iron horse sent forth a blast of warning, and away we went, soon leaving Memphis in I he distance. The country on either side, with few exceptions, is rich in soil, which the tine fields of corn and cotton amply testify. Coming to Ten Mile Bayou the sportsman's haven we partook of a sub stantial breakfast of choice fish and bicon, when we again moved off, feeling greatly benefited try the short delay. Rattling over tbe road we soon reached Madison, where numbers came to admire and praise tbe Gem. Bidding our friends hero, sdieu, we ro'led sloug and were soon en terlug Crowley's Ridge a great frowning pile of earth, that ss you gsr.e seems threatening your destruction Emerging trom this wo were soon in in view of s largo snd lovely prairie, which ia like emerging from darkness into day. Myr iads of besutitul flowers ol every hue could be aeeu so fsr ss tbe eye could rea-h, and while admiring their wondrous beauty, we found ourselves in Palestine, which, al though not quite as grand as Palestine of old, yet aufnoiently so to furnish thought for pious reflection. Arriving at Brit tons, oar destination, our elegant basket dinner was prepared by the Captain's lady and her mother which was bv no means tbe smallest part of the day's pleasure while her dark-eyed sister set the hearts of the beaux around tbe feast in wild commotion ; and had it not been for the soothing influence of the sparkling wine, that opportunely came in time to smooth their rufHd shirt bosoms, I might hsve a serious tale to tell this morning. At 2 p.m. the homeward signal sounded, and in a few minutes we were speeding along quite rapidly, arriving in Hopefield st 0 rein., running tne distance, sixty- eight miles, in three hems and fifty min utes. Tins road is in excellent conainon, and nearly an air line to Brittons. It is the xmoothest road in the South. By the 8th inst. hacks will eonntct at Cache bot tom, running to Clarendon, and with the White river packet, making the time from Memphis to Ldtlie itock in tourteen nours. VERITAS. Cheap Dav Goods." Money saved is money made." our actvices trom tne 1. astern markets report a u cKie.i advance on sll kinds of imported goods, particu larly ou goods manufactured in r ranee and Germany. Should the war continue any length of time, there would no doubt bo a further advanrsa. it would inereiore be well for all those who will soon be in want of silks, poplins, linens, white goods, etc., to lay them in now, especially as B. Lowenstein A Bros', are selling sll these goods at farther reduced prioes, to make room for their fall stock soon to arrive. Gains Inhtitutk, 109 Madison street, will be open on the first Monday in Septem ber. For circulars apply at the Institute or book-stores. MISS V. D. BOWERS, MI1S M, W. BOWERS, Principals. Sot-rii Mkmphih School, Wkr i-INOTON STKKfrr. Sossiou begins Monday, Sep tember 6. Locatiou most desirable. Grounds large and well shaded. Apply for circulars at tbe book-stores, or 10 Madison street. W. HARRIS BOWERS, Principal. RAILROAD NEWS. Railroad Time Table. MKVrHIS AMD LITTI.K ROCK RAILROAD. Trains will run daily as follows: arkivbs: i.savcs: Hopefield sjup,m. 7:i)a.ai Lacgullls ll:Uls.ni. lMJp.m. ferryboat will leave the wbarfbout, loot of Union street, daily at 8::t0 a.m. B. D. WILLIAMS, (leneral Agent and Superintendent. B. V. RoBSoif, Aaa't Uurt, MEMPHIS AND CHARI.K8TON RAILROAD. ABKlVBS: LEAVBS: Mall a::alp.ni. 10:45 a.iu. Junction accoromodat'n . s:in a.m. tiK) p.m. KoniervlUe accorumod'u.. b:t a.ui. 4:40 p.m. Freight, with coach a'.- lacneu - ji.ih. . .... ;,..n Ticket office, Z7S Maiu St., cor. Month Court. MRMPHIS AND LOUIiiVILLH RAILROAD. a Kin v as : lkaVks: Day Express 12:15 p.m. 4:ll a.m. Night Express ..4:00a.m. l:i&p.m. H.iswnavllle Accom :ia.in. ::u p.m. Railroad tune 15 minute faster than city time. Depot at bead of Main street. Ticket office 27i Malu St., one dtsir north Jeffe.son. mississippi and tkshessre railroad. arbives: i. avbb? New Orleans Mall, dally.. 42: p.m. UM p.m. Express, dully ; - hiSOaan. 4: Wp.in. Freight, dally t- it cept Hun day 8:21 p.m. 4:10a.m. ls.-l.ot at fool of Main street. Ticket office, 217 y- 111111 atreet, one door north of Jetl'-rson., A. H. LlVKltaOKK, IIPIl'l Mup-i. Tin: track-laying force on tbe Mobile and New Orleans road were about eight miles west of Hands bo ro on tbe Mlh ult. Tag Mobile Rtgixter of a late date aays that Mr. W. S. Williams, treasurer of the Mobile and New Orleans railroad, is in that city for o few days. He reports the work all aleng the line as progressing most favorably, and that it will certainly be .ompleted aud the road open early in September. The route west of New Or leans ls being rapidly pushed forward, and it is confidently expected that within sixteen months it will be finished through to Houston, Texas, and we will be in di rect rail communication with the heart of that vast State. Then for ebeap beef fresh, fat and fine, from the prairies. Thr Col umbus (Miss.) Jnde.r ot Friday savs: "We regret to learn of tho tem porary suspension of work at this end of tne roau oy ueuerai rurrusi, uiwiuugu no fault attaches to that indomitable man. We understand that be ia forced to the course chiefly by tbe depression in tbe sale of his bonds brought about by tbe European war, and partially by the in unction case now under consideration silh Chancellor f.von. As to tbe bond question, there is the utmost confidence in oenersi r orrest as a gentleman ami a rsilroad builder, and only such an event as a war in Europe could prevent tbe easy asle of bis paper to the extent of mil lions. But the whole world is affected by the conflict, and we may not expect to es cape in this cherished object. In regard to the lnjunetion, we trust the opposition of a part of the county to tbe collection of the railroad tax will form not more than a straw s obstruction. If there Is anything in Justice, law and testimony, it seems to us the msjority msy hope for a setting aside of the in junction, and that much obstruction to a nubile benefit forever put at rest, (ieue- ral Forrest, lor tbe present, will prosecute wirk at the Selma end ot tbe road. When be began here he expected to reach Pick enaville by tbe beginning or fall at the farthest. As it is, the grading has been completed a distance of ten or twelve noes three or four of which is conioletod for trains. As heretofore, we wish him God speed in bis great enterprlue, rejoicing that Alabama's liberality can 'hold up his arm ' to tbe extent of flt,0OU per mile in its Drosecutton." It is also stated that tbe election In this county bv which tbe people determine whstber they will Invest $o00 ,noO in the Selma road, will be postponed for s brief period. Such have been tne character or General Forrest ' engagements that he has been unable to give that attention to tbe interests of his road in this city and county required at his hands, therefore the County court wi i oe asked to post none the election. There Is hardly any necessity for such action. So far as we am advised there is littlo or no oimosition to the proposition to insure this sum in the Selma road. The necessity for its construct tan ls imp. rative, ana eeefc tax payer being made a stockholder, and, at the same ties, reatiztng eu augmentation of property values, is willing to make the i , at ment wlfich makes this the richest city and county In the central Wiley 6 the Mississippi. METEOROLOGICAL. Comparative Temperature ef tbe Heath ef July, lobs aea 187U. 1 lowing table, carefully prepared daily record kept at Barnnm's The follow from the Jewelry store, corner ol Main and Court streets, win aaow iue temperature i in degrees rabrennell) or each day in the month of July this year, as compared with the same month last yesr: July 1 .... 7.... e.... e.... ii.... 12... ism ...w ...XI ...je ...Ml ,...JB ....i 1 ...M l... 0 u je 15 JO M JK IS K4 ie jii 20 NO 21 .7 'lk.'ZZ'ZZZ'.' ".'.'...'.Z.'Z'St JaV ...SO at .w JH . 19.. 30.. so ...... JM m 76 170. 94" as OT 00 w S4W as il VI Bf JlH 0 OS 1)1 JK let H5 Ki U rx i m siH Average temperature during .!ul.v,;i 84';u Fahrenheit; average teniperatnre during July, 1SJ0, HJt' Kabrenbeit, which is a higher average than that of any mouth since July, 1WM. ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION. Alderman Monet Knocked free) His Horse by Ueknows Parties. A rumor was current on the streets last night at s late hour that Alderman Tbos. Mullet had been knocked from hh) horse while riding homeward after nightfall by unknown parties, and very seriously and dang-irously wounded. On inquiring at the police station we learned that tbe rumor was probably true, and at half post twelve o'clock a reporter went out to Mr. Moffat's house, in Scotland, where he learned the following particulars from Mr. Monet himself, who had sufficiently recovered from his wounds to be able to makes statement: He says that be had proceeded about two s.j u ares from Shubert's store in Cbehes, and was riding slowly along a dark place in the road, when some unknown parties rushed out on him. and ons of them deait him a blow on tbe Lack of the head, which knocked bUn senseless. He fell from his horse, and was picked up by two police men, who conveyed him home. Mr. Moffet has no idea who his would be assassin is, or bow tbe blow waa dealt. He ia nut seriously injured, and will be out again in a day or two. I.m'k shawls, grenadines, poplins, par asols, etc. at s ascrilicA. to make room for our new stock soon to arrive. Wanted. Two milliners, two sales women. Also two young girls, say fifteen or sixteen years old, to lesrn the business. Competent persons need only apply, to whom liberal salaries will be given. L. KREMER. To Buildkrs. Just received a large assortment of marbielzsd iron mantles and grates, which we are now offering very low. H. WETTER A CO., Nos. 13 and 15 Monroe street. ioMEsno Goods. Price domestic goods at B. Lewenalein it Bros', before pur chasing. MEMPHIS AND RALEIGH ROAD. The books of this company are now opened at No. 7 Madison street to receive subscriptions, in cash or lands, at a cash valuation. We bone that this enterprise will not be permitted to die out through the apathy of its friends. To build a rosd of this character it requires materia) aid from the citizens. We do not think the people along the line and at Raleigh can afford to let this, to them important enterprise, fall through. In a few years, with this road in successful operation, we predict an almost continuous street, Jtned on either side with beautiful residences, the entire length, and Raleigh itself con taining a magnificent hotel accommoda ting four or five hundred guests, together with schools of s high order, and a popu lation of five or six thousand Inhabitants. Lands must necessarily be enhanced in value to an extent beyond the expecta tions of many who are withholding their subscriptions, in hopes, perhaps, that the road will be built without the material aid necessary ou the part of those who ought to be largely Interested in its im mediate construction. It will take five or six months after the contracts are made to bring the irov aud build the oars and engines, and every day's delay in making the necesssry sub scriptions delays the construction that much, even if it does not defeat tbo en terprise altogether. Will the people let this enterprise die out? We trust not, but that all will come promptly forward and subscribe liberally. LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. Tbe attention of the readers of tbe Ap pkal is directed to tbe welf-dlsplsyed and attractive advertisement of the Life Association of America, a ubiquitous cor poration found everywhere north, south, east and west and which has claims of like character as a "local" insti tution, upon every section. It is repre sented by many of the most energetic men of the country, and as a consequence has already achieved a success as grand as it is exceptional in life insurance busi ness. Tbe Department of Tennessee is not the least of the grand divisions of this great institution. It ranks with tbe best; because, during its existence it has accomplished as mnoh as any in tbe same time. The exhibit of progress made in the advertisement of the Life Association alluded to is really astonish ing. The amount of busiraeas done, and the small ratio of policies " terminated " to policies " issued," are ioconteatible proofs of its healthy vigor and the confi dence of its policy-holders. Its success and its proposals merit careful investiga tion, aud make it an enterprise of impor tance to Memphis and vicinity, and to the country. Its chief representatives here sre C. B. Wollford, secretary, end Colouel J. C. Alexander, gentlemen of acknowl edged business capacity, of unflagging energy and industry, whose names and presence alone would infuse life and ac tivity into any enterprise to which they would lend their efforts. Sustained sud supported, as they are, by sixty of the most prominent merchants in this city, each of whom holds a $10,000 policy and are trustees of the Department of Tennessee. HERZOG & BROS.' GREAT BARGAINS CONTINUED ! Preparatory for the fail trade. Great and Entire dearie.!! N.B. Bleached Muslins, Ldnsns, New Prints. OFFKRKD LOW8R. WATERFALLS RECEIVED. HERZOG A BRO., 294 Main street. W. E. Ward's Seminary for Young La dlea, Nashville, Tennessee the largest school in tbe South, and the most thorough in its regular oourse of music, classics, French aud fine arts will open its fall session on Thursday, September 1st. Catalogues give mil particulars. Address, W. E. Ward, Nashville, Tenn. LETTER LIST. The following Is tbe list of letters remain lug in the Memphis Postofflse and not deliv ered by carriers yesterday. A 11 letters directed to street and nnm ben will be delivered promptly by carriers. LADIES5" LIST. Ringamln mrs L t hlidrea mn M i arter W Kgnew mlaa M Kvens mlas F I Inne mis P Culler way mrs J h aghes mrs K A King mrs if Ksgwlnkle miss L Leavenworth mrs J Melmer mrs McOermott miss M Miller mis B Patterson mrs M E Htanton mrs (1 White mrs L Wlppla mlas E Ward mrs P GENTLEMEN'S LIST. HlnollJS UulckleyPJ Allen T Hrnwn K T HaldwlnCH lie nn el IT !-:. II W eol'd Bason H A Blako J Hun In P rev Crenshaw D HOvtM A Corvine A B Carroll J Hoaan T Harbert J Hesser L Henry I Harris TH Hub-bins O Humkey L h.-e.i A Polls O A Boss N V Hlarce B Leabom AOHP Slng-eton A R Bhanks dr Moddaw M e Ulnisv OWL Selhy M east Johnson W W Unton F Curvet NK Klmoall B Hh Inn aster J ConlsonJB Lehmah A F KpragusDJ Di Hard T Li bey J StratuuFT Davis F M Moon a A Scott J Havidann B McLellan V B HI turnout J ool Ianr.y 1) col'd Morron J Bteppab U Horn W A Murphy O Bneed JTL Foster N McCarney T Taylor J B Pall J C Miller, Helms A Tutlle C Foley K to Tarwater U T H MerrlmanWH Vance W Flak A M MuDougall F WeUhar D (liaacock J dr McNeefey H P vy blu, t ilsrey W W MoOlnnoy C P Wood A B (joodeWH coldMcllwalue J K Woods A B liravea J SC Miller (i B Ware A U Oalespteubs's MabonVyT Wicks J HuttonFB Newport p ei RESUME! Sprief aid Summer, 1870-1. STEAMBOATS. It hea been on r pleasure to report from day today, during the now expiring season, in way of advertising and Journalistic record generally, the commercial enterprise and general activity ofthe above house. Few of our young merchants have so energeti cally labored, and, in tbe short time with us, achieved that prominence which ls unqualifiedly awarded to the bouse by the community. Hopeful and moat promis ing as their success and prospects were during past seasons, the expiring season of spring aud summer, 1870, gives the house that standard in the community, which, for integrity of character, prim-i-ciples regulating tbe business of the house, snd general deportment ot princi pal and employes, merited tbe liberal and well-bestowed patronage of our cltl sens, aad meritdd tbe fall confidence of all patrons hsving an acquaintance with tbe bouse. During the entire season, the most select stocks of Dresa (ioode, No tions aud Fancy (.foods have been kept, and imported from the leading marts snd man ufactories. One other feature (and one second to no other interest to the customer) is olsarac tens', ic of the house, and bids fair to rival that of any other dry goods bouse In the oountry, viz: That llerz'.g A Bro.'s prices of goods are the lowest quoted. Tbe smallest profits are added to the cost of goods, and, thereby, quick sales effected. During June and'July their advertise ments have been read by every ruader of tbe Appeal, and testified to, upon a call, aatotbeiroorrecineas. During lbs month of August, preparatory for the fall open ing, still greater inducements are offered, and when once advertised, buyers of goods may tskeit for granted to te so. Mr. Her iog'(our friend (Lee) will make the fall purchases, and, with his usual good taste, cater to the refined taste of his many friends and customers. We look for a gorgeous display when the season opens, and lies peak a success for the fall which is welldeserved.and worthy of oursiucere congratulations. RIVER NEWS. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAT. Vlckaburu.., Bt. Loots. New Orleans BOATS LEAVING MONDAY. Vlckahurg Crrr or Caibo. .'. p m Ht IIUBI 1'ITV or ALTOS', .......5 p. in Arkansas ltlver...PAT. ,..si knk j p.m AK.KIVAL8. Grand Tower , Ueo. W. Chesg Olive Branch DEPARTURES olive Branch. Grand ToWet . .. .. Sam. J Hale Geo. W. Cheek H V. Walt IN POBT. Pat Cleburne. Ht. Fran. K Ci rv or ViCkSBLHO LI m Ri Birosj & p.m . .Bismskcb t p.m BL Louis Friar's Point .New Orleans lit. Louis flL.LouU Portland Friar's Point ..While rlvsr FOR NAPOLEON. atMshle aad Arkaaeag I an Line. Di king: the present low stage of water, the entirely new and elegant ida-wbeel steamer. PAT CLEBURNE, : Re Pritcfaart, Will assvaa aerni-weekly tilsa to Kanoleon. connecting with the very light-draft aad ele gant inaajaera. DAKDANELLE Dasinukas. master FOKT GIBSON , - stow lis. naastav For all point on Arkansas river, will leave Mssnnma on tier oral uipaaaer una amtuae- maal MONIi V, A usual ath, at .m., FKa- laV. Auauat i -tli , at 5 p.m.. thence every alternate Monday and Friday until further nonce. awBt as For rreiKlit or DBaaaca apply on board, or at company orncj. Ho i AfadiaoD at , K sDtou uiiwi. .ao. w. ii. K.riiAi, Agsifc SHERIFF'S SALES. FOR ST. LOLTIb. Memphis and St. Louis U. S. Mail Line For Osceola, Madrid, Hickman, Belmont and Cairo, connecting at Belmont with tne Iran Mountain K. K... at t airo with UHaou Central Railroad, and Bsaata op tbe Otolo Ktver. rtrBICXm Blake, master Tina (ulasMtM passenger steamer Will leave as aoove THIS 1A. Tib inst., at & p.a. Freight received at theHt. Lou ia Wharftssat. W au Hi Li.. Agent. augT FLJCM. CALVEKT. (Sept. Memphis and St. Louis U. S. Mail Lint Vor Osceola, Madrid, Hickman, Belmont and Cairo. Connecting at Belmont with tbs Iron Mountain K. It., at Cairo with !.iinois Central K. K., aud boats ap the Onto rivar. CITY OF ALTON Carter, master Tula elegant paaaeuger steamer Win leave as sjovs MONDAY, 3th inst , at S p.m. freight, reeel ved at the St. loals Wnaifboel W. I-., in Agent. au7 yLEM.CAI.Vl.rtT. stnpX RIVBK.S, WKATIIEK AND BUSINESS. Oas Works, August 6, 1S70. River rose one inch in past twentv- four hours. Helow high water mark of lebi, twenty-seven feet four inches. CHAS. OOODWIN, Superintendent of Use Works, There las rise reported in White river, which, though not greet, will permit th s W sit to go to Jacksonport this trip. A similar swell may be looked for in the Arkansas, but none bad occurred up to last report. The Upper Mississippi is swelling slowly at Dubnque. but it will not improve matters much. Between St. j Louis snd Cairo thsre is but SJj to U feel. Tbs Ohio is falling to Louisville, but i rising below. There is 5 feet on tbe falls. The weather Is unsettled. Rain lalls every few hours. Business on the land ing was Just so-so. BY TBLEKRAPn Caibo, August 6. The port list Ls as follows: Bells St. Louis, Memphis to St. Louis, 7 a.m. ; Shark, St. Louis to New Orleans, noon; Pauline Carroll, New Or leans to St. Lonis, 2 p.m.; R. J. Lock wood. St. Louis to Shreveport, 2 p JB. : Sam Parker. New Orleans to Cincinnati, 4 p.m.; City of Viekaburg, flt. Louie to Vicksburg, 6 p.m.; City of Alton, St. Louis to Memphis, 7 p.m. River rose 8 inches. Weather clear. Mercury, 84". Nbw OblkaNh, August 6. Departed: Alaska, for Cincinnati and Vicksburg. Up: Virginia, 11 last night; Grand Era, 4 p.m.; Mollie Able, 7 p.m. Down: Governor Allen, II a.m. River falling. Weather clear and warm. Lot isvim.k, August ft. Departed Belle Vernon, New Orleans. Tom Reese and barges did not lesve as announced. Will depart to-morrew. River has fallen two inches in 24 hours, with 4 feet 10 inches in the chute, and 10 feet on Port land bar. Weather clear. Mercury W at 3 p.m. Cincin nati, August 6. River has fallen 18 inches in the last 24 hours, with 15 feet in the channel. Wer.ther clear. Mercury 86 at noon. Nashville, August C River failing. Five feet on ilarpeth shoals. Weather fair and very warm. MLSCELLANEOrS. Captain W. C. lostal has returned from St. liuis. Uaptaiu Patterson, cf the ill-fated Silver Spray, arrived in our city yesterday and left on the Grand Tower for tbe wreck of his boat. No more victims of the Silver Spray disaster have been recovered so far. The S. C. Dny leaves on Tuesday for St. Francis river. The Lies Arc gets away on Tuesday for White river. Sue will go to Jacksonport. Freights southbound are improving in quantity at St. Louie. St. Louis is agitating tbe question of a pasket Hue from that city to the Ouachita. It won't pay. Tbe class of steamers which usually ply the latter stream can't carry enough over the long route. Tbe St. Joseph baa lsid up at St. Louis for repairs. KieV-t Farker, Esq., clerk of the Sallie V., came up yesterday from his old home in Natchez. He is again ready to seek the wilds of Forked Deer as soon as water per mits. . . : The Grand Tower brought down a set of bridge timbers for tbe Little Rock rail rosd st ! i.-vmi's Blutl' or Little Rock. All efforts en far have fatltd to rind the sunken Nettie Jonea. John Cassidy, the diver, yesterday went down to the dis tance of seven ty-eix feet in the diving bell. This Is -a greator distance than ever before acbievnd without an air pump. Op erations will be continued nearer shore. The New York World, in an editorial, intimates tbat the ill-fated Silver Spray was racing v.-hen she exploded her boilers. These New York scriDblers are not well posted abou t steamlmst matters out west. They should read Barney Hughes' expla nation of the cause of the defeat ol tbe Natchez, and iearn something about western river navigation. Fair the in formation of tho world, we will state that the Spray waa racing with a barge she had alongside, and tbe barge was slightly ahesd at the time ofthe fegrful accident. A coal flat left our levee at tbe same time with tbe Spray, but we learn it was some d .stance behind at the time of the explo sion. Tbe Bismarck passes kown this evening for New Orleans. Captain Ike Jones, a well-known master, commanca thla trip. John Spain Is chief clerk. The elegant new steamer City of Vieka burg, Cap. C. D. Conway, will pass down to-day for Vlck ibnrg and the bends. She carries tbe U. N. mail. Andy Isaacs snd George Brigga are her clerks. The fine steamer Rubicon is due np to day, and will be in port to leave this eve ning for Cairo and St. Louis. She is old reliable. Capt. Bill Blake commands, and Alt. Grlssom Is her popular chief clerk. The City of Cairo passes down to-morrow for vicksburg. The City of Alton is the regular St. Louis packet to-morrow. The splendid steamer Pat Cleburne leaves to-morrow for tho Arkansas. She will go through to Little Rock, if tbe water permits; if not, she will connect with light draft steamers for that port and Fort Smith. A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. sj a DDI ICC A PRIVATB CCUNSEIOX TO ssrHininab THi M Assignor those about flllinr to marry, on the physioloel Ll Li I i cal mysteries and revefa- tlom of tbe aexoal system, with the latest discoveries In producing and preventing off spring, preserving the complexion, etc. This Is an Interesting work of two hundred and twenty-four pages, with numerous en gravings, and contains valaaol Information for those who are married or contemplate marriage; still It ls a book tbat ought to be under lock and key, and not laid carelessly about the bouse. Sent to anyone ( free of postage! for 50 cents. Address lr. Buns' Dlapenaary, No. LI 3. Elghi.h street, Ht. Louis, Mo. Sat- .Vottoe to tKtA3eted and tlMu flsSuN Before applying to the notorious Qeacza who advertise in public papers, or using any CIuack Kb edies, peruse Dr. Butts' work, no matter what your disease Is, or bow depiara hle your condition. Lr. Huns can be consulted, personally st by mail, on tbe disease mentioned In hia works. Office, No. 12 N. Eighth strswt, bet. Market and Cheat nn U ML jon !. Mn. lOOO H&XrveurdL For any ease of Blind. Bleeding er Jleaaan FLftbat IikBINU'H Pilk Hast buy fall to cure. It has cured cases of 20 years standing. Try II, and get rid of the must troublesome disat flesh ! hair to. Sold by all druggists let. Sold every wh for pamphl. Xasrajsaavv 143 franklin street, KslltTnnrs Mn . r. nosn. IBWIS B0NTJ W. P. & L. BOND, A.ttorneyaaataIiaw. And General Collecting Agents ' j'yft hBoSriaviiB, tb-b Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate. BT Tlrtas ef a eerotiou to me directed rroaa tbe Ctreutt Coart el Mauls county, in the case ef rr steilr va H. H. Potter, for the .mof SitSe ou, besides interest and costs, I will, on Saturday, 13th day of August, 1870, In front ot tbs Sheriffs offlc, la thaOreen iw Opera BaUdlng. on Second sUeef, In the city of Memphis. SKiellry e-..n'y. Tennessee, within legal loin, sail to the higiwrt tuoder, tne sash, all tbe right, title and interest t H. U.Potter in and to the Ivllowmgueserlbed real estate, bis said lulo-.l 1 .-in u undi vided two-thirds of a certain lot or parcel of sronnd with tbe Improvement Inst sen, slt nuteo ..n the north side af Ma.:laoa street, in tne city oi Memphis. Mbsiby cuaty, leaa as see. at tbe intersection ol Madison with the seat boundary Ifneof Fourth alley, (routing 00 Madison street 'i leet, more or less, and nmnlDX back wltk a.M suey l anoLb. r alley, which runs between Madiv.j and tkaaft stvasrSf: H being tbs samp uodlvfaed two. I Birds inter. -si in sai.l House asss fas SBai I veyed u aaiu u, 11 . 1 i r o vi.inwira by desrd recorded In toe llaji.ist .i!ir.: of minilit county, in Book No. - I, jag": .11. and rating tllst part of tut c P1, ( n tne plan of the city o Mem;.his. eouvyyefl by !-.,.! n U. Perkins and her mis:.. ml in lolia t fla il le, trustee, by a.ieeu rwunlei in trie nea..- ter ' office oi Mo iby cosi. iy , m d.... o. u. tl 2. naie zr. t:ie sci liner, st ot a. n. oter. levied on to n'if;. aid execution and coats and Intereal, Inly a, 1ST . U vrl. I -s J. v, i-.i'i in.. mens-. By W. W. C.iLAA, Lkpnly fiieriU Mat I by county, Tenueai.es ly Sheriffs Sale of Real Estate. BY virtue of an execution In my bands Irom the sw.mrl circuit Conn of tshelby eoaaiy Issued ou a tudgmem ob- aineo. in int.- ia .oiirioi leiiipnis, .n is- vor ol K. M. ASU.-IM.U, e.x.culor of V ade Ii. nssllon. decease.!, . i Junta, ljr tbe sum Of 97. IA aud 'ost. I Wt!', oU j, the 224 Dty ef August, 1870, FOR VICKSBURU. United ravages Mail Line lor Vicksoora rm Helena, Napoleon and Vic-aburg. CITY UF VirgHflf'KU t on was, aaasler Tt. is elegant uaaeciiacr pacBel m win leave ss anov Tills UAV.Tlb inst., at li in. Freight receiveii at tne tu. Louis whan is.-.t W. K. DILL, Agent. augT PLKM. CA L VEKT. MapX Unlteu Mates Mail Line for Vickbnrg.-For Helena. Nanoleou and V'l. asburg. CITY OK t'AIKO Lnker, master This siegaut passenger packet leaves as aoove MONDAY, nth inst., at 5 p ss. Freight received aitheSi. LouLs whartuoat W. B. Ill 1.1. . AgB snT WaM CA j. VF.KT. Hnp't. FOR NEW ORLEANS. St Luuis and New Orleans Packet Company for New Orleans. HlsM.vBi K - tm. Thompson, master Tins splendid passenger steamer will leave as above THIS lJAV.Vth lust, at 4 p.n. J. X. WABnii ' X 'IS, AfTOA, FOR RED RIVER. Carter Line St. i-oui and Red River Packet KorMlirsveportand Way Limning. R. J. lajC'KWOOP w ider, master K ThsfBxlegant passenger steamer . cj will leave as above ssassBsassBsl THIS fJA Y, 7th lnt.. at i m. J. T. WABill.NuroN, Agent. bu7 VA Madison i-trect. ARKANSAS RIVER LINE. Meat pais and Arkansas River Packs' CoBBaay. ITDI sajfi tag) mmnier anil ant 11 II fnrthnr nutlna ttA isrssfttai fit lhi line Will iwive Meua phi for rivot u MondAysi j Friclriysj, At i o'clock p.m. For freight or passage applvat the office of the company. W. H KE.nNEDAY, Agent, an'2 No. 8 Madison at.. Stanton Block. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White River United btates man Line. IM'RING tbe summer, and nnttl 1 i ii rt her notice, the boats ofj this line Will leave Memphis for river on TixoBcl'ys s SAturd'TS At & o'c ock p m. For freight or pasaage apply nn board, or to W. H KESNEPaY, a nent. No. . Madison st., manton Block. Or to ELlJOTT A MILLER. Agents, au'i Nq, U Promenaue si , ..pp. iandlng. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Memphis and New Orleans Regular Packet Line Season of 1870-71 BELLE LEE - J. Frank Hick, Master MAGENIA, - - - J. Stat Neal. Neater One of the above elegant pas- ,fJT M senger paokets will leave Mem-Mbbbsbbbbbsbb phis for New Orleans every VV'tslnesday, com menclng Wednesday, -fepteinbcr 14th, and will continue in tbe trade throughout the season. attgi MEMPHIS & NEW ORLEANS LINE, SEASON OF 1870- 71, The low-pressure steamer, RICHMOND, : : : Net Sreee, Mtster MOLLIE ABLE, : : : Den Able, master ONKof the above elegant pas- . saC" a seneer packets will leave aeawBsMawV Memphis lor NewOrleaus Kvasr BatckdaY. commencing Hatarday. Heptenaber ITi and will cos. uu.- in tbe trade throughout tbe season. iya FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Regular Tu, s.lav Packet, in place of steamer at. Francis during low water. 8. C. DAY.- U. C Everdon, master This elegant light-draft steamer f ' a will leave KVKRY I I Hsli Y AsakpM evening, at 6 o'clock, for all navigable points on the mi . c rancis river. LARKY H ARMSTAD A X) , Agents, jyS St oa by Block, 304 front Row. Tunica County. Miss, Lands. ar Foavr Hundred and Eighty Acres choice unimproved Lac da, partially deadened; above overflow, four miles east of Austin, Mian. : part of section T. ", R. 1L Must be sold early. DONOHO, JOY A CO., jySB Real Estate Brokers. WALTER St. PHILLIPS. DAVID L, ST. JOB PHILLIPS & ST. JOHN, Wholesale Coal Merchants, No. 20 MADISON ST., Memphis, : : : : : Tennessee. as-The only Dealers In MonntCarboa eaol. ap J. E. LANPHIER, Merchandise Broker and Commis sion Merchant, No. 818 FRONT STREET. aT Groceries and produce received on con BlgnmeuL By close attention my business 1 shall eadeavorto save my patron money and trouble. Jy20 Notice to Contractors. SEALED proposals will he received at the EnKlnewr'a orH.-e, Memphis, Tennessee, until 12 m.on the 1st August. 187, tor tha graduation, masonry and auperstrnctare ot bridges on the Mississippi Rivbb Railroad, between Covington and Ripley, about ttfMtea miles. A portion of the work is heavy and worthy the attention of contractors. Pro file and spectBciUious can be seeu at the a.n glneer'a office, 4M Main street, Mem phui, on and after June , 1S7. Taoa. H. MII.LINUTUS, ei ' Chief Knu. Miss River H. R. Lumber, Laths and Shingles. I HAVE now on hand a fall stock ot cypress, poplar and wain at 1 umber, laths and sawed sniugies. 1 have also a large slock of logs-am constantly sawing, aad am prepared to All order for lumber, of anj dimensions, on bcrulce. ear Mills and Lumber Yard ou Wolf river, Immediately north of Bayeu Uayoao. lySJtUsw Q. M. VBNABIJC BRINKLEY FEMALE COLLEGE South End of DeSoto. rpHE largest eoUoge In Memphia. and tbe J. eaaapeat college In the world, opens tbe Uth tsep ember, payable in advance, quar terly. O. K. Kridgss aad lady ia enarge of Hoarding Department; Miss J. M. NIbbiou In charge of Moslc Department. Board (all fouudj, IX' per month : all Litaaary sVassaaas), m, JSasaio y v ocat ana insrumenisu.. jyr. J. ii. MSiKrliJi 1 n r ETTSRH tsstameatarr aavtas ta granted J. J. Bailey and V. W. tunlth on tha estate ct Dr A. Rowleu, lirasiig, aB persons knowing themselves Indented to tne estate are requested payment to ras at once; aud all pel Issscsassaa assVlnst tsssMaBBssassB asHI present tit no, properly authenticated, to me, fw'th'.n tne t(rne pTesrrtbed bj' law. or they wtu lie Tsar rea. w. w. dbub, . Jelyifi, 1870, L)yl7 cojiiervllie, Ten. in front of tse Maerirr law Opera House, on city ul alsu.pb.a.el.s; within leval hours, sell for essb, a certain lot prnvetn-jii thessjasB lylug in tbe county S i.eaaee. city oi Mempii plan ef the city of Al aud tasUDded as loflo. northeast enrner of t on. I ar.d Mouroeatrevt pi. la; tonulng ilienr.- slde of Hecou.l street .1 east 1 ia leet Indie to i th ine west stde ol i orflce. In tbe i Ircen sss.oiid stres-tla ibe y cui.ty, Teunessae, to tbe highest bidder, of land, witn the tm Iraated, being and Mb. my. Stale ol Ten ia, designated oa the ciupbls au, lot No. 5e, rs: Beginning at tbe 1 1 t be lot .nuio. d the s.ii Deed mao- 'n the first day . iaaae f i. Oaugh and Alias. A Istered In the Kt g:sic-. eouat. in Rook No. te, par Zll, srv led on as the properi Jo-jes. to aatistv aalii tuni and coats. July u of Pare- In paid i ity or Mem aortb sritb lias tssai tree! . I leet A lUcbes; til- U. n he to an sllc ; tlicn.e south lde of said alley 7t feet 3 awrli side of Mesiisse svreet; ng ibe north sad or Monroe nee so the t. -ki cuing ,1 as uy nt. i-sos Dy b. and reg ol Shelby ages 210 aud sl l i harlea ml Interest IvCLoJ. VVKIuUT.S'iieria. By W. W. C ilbs vs. Depntj sib-rilT. COTTON FACTORY 10- FOR SALE, -OR- Exchange for City Property. BAY SPRINGS COTTON MILLS, The Flaest Water Power In the South. THE machinery Ls all new and now In sue cesafol operation. Th'a valuable prop erty la sltuaurd lathe south -rn pomoa of Tishomingo county. Mia... tweo'y-dve miles socLh of Iuka,on the stags road Uadiiig to Fulton and Aberdeen. DESCRIFTIOJi ot PKorEBTlU Eight hundred acres of land, covered with fine timber; on large frame fa. ory house, 5 1 by tl reet. Si-, orte, and ski ptn. lies; one large roomy store-boose, with unci cellars; one large trame carpenter -.nop: una larae blacksmith ahui; one Isrgd ctton-shed and wool-carder; Ave double houses, for opal n tivea, passage between; four alngle houses, wlLhsbid aitseliedr frmrslugle bouses, with out sheds: one large mil I -b. use. with corn aad wheat mill; one large gin-br use; one sawmill, wi'li new circular saw; besides dweIIlng-hoaf v, stables, cuos. etc. A large, bold aad never failing stream of water passing thr.angh a natural rock canal tbe !elt bank tnirty feet an. I tbe right bank tweutv-rrve feet high, oi solid rocx. The bed oi bottom Is also .olid rock; In fact.lt is a solid lock canal, with rapacity to dt ive fonr to ten thousand spindles: in a ueaithv Ih.-aI-lty, with good road to luka; a apleiidid or chard of abont three hundred choice apple trees, and a fine peach orchard. Here ls a splendid opening for capitalists to Invest In th guest water rower iu the south, wlib all necessary bnil.linga eu the prnuiaes. ready built, large enough for spin ning or weaving, or both, if desired. at TeKM.s Li bIK AL Apolf ' ' UtiNOUu. JOY A CO.. Real Kstateand Kiuigratlou Agency, su3 M Madisou street. MsiutiUia, IVun. ROBERT WOOD & CO., PHILADELPHIA ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS. GARDEN and Ceme'err Adornments. Cast, Wrought Iron aad Wire R. i:n.-. Koun tains, Vase, Verandas, setteea. Arbors, t hairs. Hummer lloaaea, irou ISLalrs, spiral sad straight, lu every variety of pattern. New and improved style? of Hay Ricks, Mangers, Stable Fixtarus, -Hall Divisions, etc. Patbvnt Wisb Wobb. Railings, tat.. re Fronts, Door aud Window Uuaxds, r .. in Fencing, etc. Bronse Worla. Having Qtted up ocr Foundry with apeelsj reference to the aliove class ol work, we ar now prepared to nil, with promptness, a.' orders for Bronse Castings of Statnary, colo sal. heroic and lifeslse. (ss amkntal Ibos Uoods. The largest as sortment to be found in the l'nil-d isiaiee. ail of which are executed with the exprvaa view of pleasing the taste, while they combine all the requisites of beauty and substantial con struction. Pnrrhassrs may rely on having a'l article carefully uuxed and shipped to tbe place of destination. Design will be sent to those who wish to make s sleston spl'l " Dritrert Wolis." THE undersigned wit! attend to orders for Ibla well, made by " driving iuio the ground wit boat Brst temovlne Ibe ulit up ward." Patented b N. W. tireen. Janoarv 14. mm. and affirmed to litiu by the Supremo C sartor toe Disulct ot Columbia. J. A. GRIGGS). General Agent for N. W. Oi sen. No. aM Uayoao Honre, aoi Menipnia. Teuuessaae. r'iraat- Class MAIN STREET STORE-HOUSE FOR RENT. ONR of the most promiucn! and central on the street, sotteirl for the most extensive. wholesale or retail trade-, may be rente ! for tbe next twelve months, on early antlu-aliou to ROYisTER, TKEZVANTt ll.. H. I QriOB. l'.eutal Agent. a Hi NOTICE. In County Conn Shelby county, Term. In matter of escal of P. 11. Ileiurtcli. deo'.i. LL parsoa having claims against said estate will appear and Die tbe aame. au thenticated in the manner prefer! nod by law, on or against the l4h day of October, A. P., 170. Saggeatlnn of tiie insolvency of aaiu estac liim day made. July U, HSU. KRNEST1NK HEINRICH. Adm'x or P. SL Helarich, dee'd. W . -stent I A aitah 1. Ho! Id tors. ly ?t 'ia.tla.orm HOOP-SKIRT MANUFACTORY, No. 198 1-2 MAIN STREET, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IRKCOMMBNO LADiEFI: TTiree sixes or my Jclntlcas-RIastie-Isrvlslble Walking kirt, the only Hklrt adaptah! for the present walking dress; men asset urea snd .ld olt In tha mauu.'a. torj . AJva, the toilnwiugi Uekuuib FKBsot CiiBsKts.. sixes froiu li-.i: Robt. Werley's Dnnilile Plain Corset, Ad. L'Olsean's kiegsnt faubrolderssl Corss-t. and atme. Du pout's Eeautlf.il Mb -r- ' The lo.soits-sr bAUtAxr fa 'rrcni; I gc ar ante.. bssstuualuy. botu lu aa ri au.i "iai nivi; TJiUr I.ANGK. Non-Resident Notic. No. !. IB t'-ic Ksojnd Cbaa -ery Court of Shelby eoainy. T.-um-,.-. -.-dames K. Hag land et al. va. James T. Anderon et al. IT appearing fioic bill In thla cause that tbe deJeudants. James t. Anderson, John W. Anderson, Kliaabctii L. Anderson, Duuief B. Andrson,Jr.. MsryL. It Anderson, r .rnell D. Anderson Im itey hagland, Mathuniel KagU.nd and aaluaelia Ragiard are i , sideuts or tbo ntate of Arkausaa aud noa-reaidents of the State of Tennessee: It U therefore ordered, That they make their appearance herein, at the Courthouse In the city of Memphis, Teancsec, on the Brst Monday in September, t-Ta, and plead, answsr or demur to opmplainant's biiL Or tha same will be taken far eos leases! as to them, and set for hearing expartsv: end that a eopy of this order be published once li week, fox four successive w.-eks. In the aVaaaphla Dally Appeal. Tin. Ar gust 3, 1TU. A copy attest : M. D. I. STEWART, Clerk and Master. By OBoaes Mallbbv, Deputy C. and M. Vanes A A ndersoa, Sols, lor complt'a. ant W. CLsPP. J' r' "BITX CLAPP stv MEUX, ATTO Tt. NET 9, a e UNION wfRKM', Vefophis, Teen. J. 1 J Bf. Ctapp will conlione tr. practice In fksatosaaast Fauola emu las, Mlas. sy NOTICE. NemCE La hereby given that certificates No. 9M. tor w shares,, Bd No. 1-JI1, for M aaarss ef stnex in the Memphis und Charles ton nilroad, baaed Ua Uut nasae ot Q. aV Franklin, and now belonging to hia estate, have tieen loser and R Is my Intention to ap ply to the secretary of the compauv fo du Dlrcatia of Barnes D. A. AJUait ATH Y, rif AlLttVl leWate of G. B Ftankiin, Dee d,