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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1873. SOB. SALE. WANTS. HOUaK- N iu louu time. i .-reel extrudes; r " t-. ah . nr A. u IMA j), Front mrwt. j.l DWELLlM;-lv.eUiiig,-.2i; Wellington at. i: ."ox Two Brick ) iwetllaga, on Kx hauge strict, several other dwelling Mid siUH lots in . rlWi parts of the ot . H I. UUIOX, heal Estste Hi ker. 2 Main .ti-wt. OTTAU.- A eoita. . ud u-ii or . ..iii T i acres ot land l;i -iclil of Cherry n. on Memphis and Cni,r.cs!u railroad; iot cash: or part cssl:. t.luict on t.nie niir TO .1 H. (iOl 1I Boom 5. Court Bulldim;. M.-mphK Trim . I T, U rHO WANTS A COTTON HOT Sow la your time to urt i-pl. nJin lot ior :. cottou-he.'.; itf.V ' ' 1 - tap; Ilea lvl. and :- convenient to owner ( nfon and Main street. Will bo a .Id . long tin e, or will b leased upon verj fao.s b;e terras for ten years. ,... OKI '. A. TON ALL. j . Madison mroei. my3u win' v.iR THE tl Ktllrond. In ordi : l m of I iu::'.inl kel. Bt I'! II'I 1' ' SOITHKKN PACIFIC in facilitate my pur rating soi:;iiwe.-twaruiy. i ww aei. at VI' II'I I narK ...!- ioi i- - '"'- ihe fol owing real si.:.ie, " wool' "that beautiful aud desiiable borne. ud m'v pre eat family reMdeuce, frontiiu: i lisrles'on raltwawoa ihe e t-m border 01 tc cltv: 75 bv liO feet of ground, MthluM .V.rner".f s-uc. valid liaiiug nm't.,'aud tli 1 a dsomest lot In th t vicinity, and 7 acre-, well fenced land on Pit;, on Koot road, two miles rest of chirleolou railroad depot. Ap- l, v I me Hi oi' .-naoi-ou sui-i i mySf. CITC riOW A govern 0 i " tenl to loach the 1 lood i-i rences miven. Ad I'UIW, C! lady roan bra ache, sal ofllce. UHVA N'T A girl to do general housework pal the hlghc: lurnltnre, Move. ud street STM KNITI'llF. IIC To r i.i-ic- tor ,coini-tiand teal iiera, carpets, etc, at MO rec jel 11. M. IHJT'OLAS OoW AM) BOAKKhor gentleman aud v. . . it; tbe KuhurliH, conwnielt! i,sir.-.'i cum. A idrt . 31.. mis ninety jel .OoK AMI NlJKtc at "i ance street. A cook and a nur-Jel HOHl Cheap, tn a private family, by a voting htdv that l willing to make h-r-aoirnsetal. Addrea I. M.. thin olHe. Jel HOKiK AM ItrOfi Y gentle horae, Rmt alde tor a lady to drive, mid agood top ouggy. Apply lo H. A. Montgomery, Mam mdtli cotion pie-a. Jel MOVK.Y Want lo borrow from flOUu to l.ir twelve mon'hs, at 12 per cent . m good aecurlty. Addreas, at this office, myU Z.O.O. W. II. 1MSIIHO. ITUOI AND HO ill from day to day isii- -V e ar- rreelvmg, fresh moies and amaaja our own aeie tlon. bought low for casli auo lor sale tccordinglv. All guar.tute.-d a-s repre wuted. J. 1 FAlKfcis&t o , i M n square Stable. ptJUt.V' rteeond-band top buggy, nealy painted, and in good order. Apply at Morgan s Carriage Shop, second street. rpwo COTTAti f. Hol'-ES AND LATTS 42. I and 427 Linden street, near Orleans one containing thiee ro .nss and the other two, with kitchen to each; having Juat undergone thorough re. -airs, and rented lo good paving ienan;s; lots .i; by I4SV4 feet each, huh au 1 well orni.. -i. with splendid new S a, Will be sold at a liAKUAIN. on close lameuu. If applied lo soon, at 27H Krout II r'eei. J. C. PA.VI8 A CO. . OTTOS SHED. j W ill sell on liberal terms our cotton sh.-J on Teuiu ssee street. Apply to Z. S tstes. ( Kront street. BLACK. K8TES CO. VI.1. ETC. Two No. 1 uj dies, drays, har W ness and license, cheap, by apply ing iin lucdlat. ly at a Main strevt; myti J AND. ETC - OH acres Big Creek timbered j land 12 miles north of city and yt miles east ot Mer. puis and P tducah Eailroad; 1 ULptriLsj Centra: l'olct, on Spring st.: 1 aood second-hand Engine, 10 by 24; 1 good swond-hand Engine. 12 by 32: 1 pair good small s eKtnb-at K'.ginee. "S by 21; 1 good eecond-tind Portable Knglne. Y by Is, 2 V rse- 1 good 6-horse Portable Engine; 1 gocd s-c ind-hai d Boiler, as Inches by 16 feet ; 1 good wna'l Out- Itoli- rand one No.Sk.nowlebSteani Pump Ihe above Laud, Lot and also En gine" hh Boilers will be sold low and cm fa vorable term. Apply to BANi'LE A HEATH, Chickasaw Iron Works, I N.w. PS. W, 100, iu.:, 1W ai.d lfJSe-cond street, KpU Memphis, 'I'ennesaee LEA A X.. t uIUin.Tenn., want liamls lo work al var.ous tiiiut:-. Pay from SI to Jl j per day and board : tettlc very wees. Appivto my31 GAt.E t FISHER. HUM front t. IjrQSBT -To borrow for six months, eight Jl htindred dollars, for which Interest at Die ra e of 2 per cent, per month will be paid and 1 l trust deed given on unincumbered improvi d city real estate, renting to pay 10 per cent In terest, net, and worth tour times the amount. None but principals meaning business need apply. Adore. TKE-tT, this office APPRENTICE To learn th. business. Apply at the ruunufactorv, 417 Main street, mvtl FERDINAND DF.LHOMME. halr-dresslm: hair-dressing S ASH BLUE Every family to ipgbaus A Co.'s Wash Blue. OEIIVANTS Two competent O vanu, at oly Shelby street. OEKVANT A woman to do housework: O good home and liberal wages to suitable Appiv ut once 10 N. P., S61 Main street. er..on. m27 XXN1-HAND FCRSITCKE. 9 and Household Goods of all kinds, bought it 2M2 Second s: reel. H. T. SINNOTT. EN To employ, in a light and pleasant husiuess. a tew more energetic young . prompt osv. at vitrroit msijiu ai. 1 i IN E OFFICE. B Main street. mjti I OOK CANYASSEKis For city and conn- I tpplj -- s.-cond street. ROOMS A1TD BOARD. OOU Fine famished, for gentlemen r J2 lL fitmllles, at W Madison street. HARD R'om pleasant In summer. board. $4 a week, at Is Mulberry stre-t. rOAKDINU- 13 80 1, furnished or not. AlKtrur L.I.M'-in ...s iroul le: U ' :-c. twenty acres, on both sides of the Hiatal pr-i and Tennessee t.id roa.i.nve 1u1.es BOAKDlNli tiood board, with nloe front ro.ms furnished or unfurnished; pleasant neighborhood. Apply at 140 Madison street. A handsome trout room, first lo a family or to nl. emeu. Aiso, front room, second noor. rural shad or not. iny2!) NO. b6 MADISON ST . tX)MS Good furnished rooms, with board. "IV..hiim, '" Aditni and W ashinixton. tmwi Memnula: see ULHD aud sjdll. P. M . p2 No. 21 Madison street. drny ham-.-, license, harness and license. tM Adams .tree;. ismaam-ccvsnsa & ockk. t iift, Ij have for sale some of the most substan t'aJ and elegantly finished stationary engines la the I nlted stales. The Fxposition engine, lo much admired by thousands. Is among Ihe number. It 1 So-horse power. Gentlemen de . ring engine lor mills, etc.. should call an.' eiamltie. For simplicity and strength the;, are not to be excelled. fell 4,'NUiNK A 3l-horso power engint and lj boiler, with pumps and a lolol lo-lncti ; olybelt. Inquire al oeJS S ADAMS ST1.EET. X JLA N T ATI ON S-llivM D EN C E -1 ; A Nii i N v. 1 HOPHK Four valuable plantation In ue counties of lkllvar, Coahoma and DeHolo; j 3 sj, my residence and banking-house, dei M. J. WICKS. I STRAYED. y.,lA REWARD Strayed, from Lafayette VWV Depot, on tl.e 2'th int.. a bay h- rse taatt mane and tail: 5 years old: about 11 . ,ud- high; collar-mark in mane; nsdon new 1 .g-skin saddle. ICO, tCRSLfcJ, my i Lafavet e Iiepol, Tenn. was citused by Uiecity authorities tAetw- j rt'en, flllins up Madison atreel, with- j out. a hewer for the water to pass tuff, they ought certainly have it filled up or drained ituniexliately. I happen to be oneoftbe unfortunates who live near j enough this "slouch of despoud" to keep tur in constant fear aud anxiety 1 f ir the liealth of my family. I have tried several times lo get some of the gentlemen in our neiKiiUiriiood to report it to Uie city and have something done, hut have lulled, therefore. I come to my friend.", the editors of the Appeal. knowing the interest they feel in the health of our city," and also their wil Ungues tc oblige a lady fkien'D. Loot niirht the driver of hack No. 40 stooped in front of the Adams street statioitiioir-... and had the police to re move from hot Carriage a drunken man named Alex Stewart, w ho claims to he from riast Tennessee. The driver says tiiat Htewart crawled into his hack at the Charleston depot, and threatened to kill him unless he drove him up town. Upon arriving at the stationhouse Stewart refused to pay the driver, and would not leave the vehicle until re tooved by the officers, whom he endeaw ored to strike. He make a heroic strue'i'le to distilav his muscular cour age, but was handled quite gracefully bv an officer who stowed him away iu oiteof the c -lis of that hospitable man sion. Last night a gentleman named E. ('. Kal mack, from Houston, Texas, ex citedly entered the Adams street station -house anti seized a vol ice, from which the labelled name had been partially torn off, aud started off. He was stopped by the officer in charge, who was not certain of Mr. Salmack's identity, and refused to let him take the valise away, a it had been left there during the day and I efoie Captain Forrest and Mr. Garvin come on night duty. The claim ant said he had torn his name off, as he did not want it known that he was in F?il''Prs ; the city until he had finished his busi ness. He left for the W orsham house to ! get some one to identify his rightful j ownership of the valise. As he did not - return, it is thought he consoled his dis- atipointment in the refreshing arms of Morpiieus. He'll get his valise to-day. Last week W. 8. Bruce & Co. opened 1 their large new carriage repository, on 1 Monroe street, between Main and Sec- I ond. This building, m its commodious I arrangements and convenient appoint ments. illustrates the enterprise ot thii J firm iu the selection aud display of their . slock, which is. perhaps, the largest, : most beautiful and complete of its kind ; ever offered in any southern city. The 1 building is of -tout , and has five stories, I eacli floor being constructed for some e&- DEtial nuruose. The different kinds of most substantial wagons and elegant carriages will occupy the first three sto ries, while the fifth and sixth are de ! voted to the painting and upholstering j departments. This firm has in its ser vice the best artists and mechao i ics in the south, and this fact is readily recognized, as it is pleas antly appreciated by every one who examines the excellent eharacter aud beautiful appearance of the vehicles made by Bruce & Co. p addition to the more m.uo. Two White Men practice Carving Baajra, and Almost Hill Him. nse Rei 11 -my3U temale ser my 21i At half-past seven o?cii.ck last ni.iiit the Phil Allin saloon, cornerof Beaie 4.nd Hernando streets, was the sceDe Ct a bloody rencontre, in which A. 8. Booth, the proprietor, Handy Davis, his father-in-law, and a negro, named Jim Miller, were engaged. According to Miller's statement, he had been playing cards with Booth, anil won a sum of moi.ey from him. He became indignant. Pas sionate language was used, and at tMs juncture, Davis seized and held Miller, while he was assaulted with a knife by Booth. Beingunable to extricate himsoli, Miller was stablied four times, twice in the back, once in the arm above the t l isiw, and quiie severely, if not fatally, in the left hip, by Booth. The cut in the ar.11 severed the muscular vein, and the cries of the negro soon brought 0:3i cers Davis and Walsh to the scene. They arrested Booth and Davis, who are now in the Causey street station house, where Miller was carried stid ;bysiciaiis summoned to treat his wounds. He was put in a carriage anti driven to his home m Desoto street at ten o'clock last night. At tiiat time he was suffering very much, and the phy sicians entertained bet little hope of his recovery. HARROW -ft II GE. RIVER INTELLIGENCE. Day FOUND. JR-" :LET Owuer can ha - tae same by I pioviu protwity and pay ing f or adver- l ruent, by applying orner 01 Mamani , LOCAL F ARAUKAPUH. FOR ElSi. CfOTX AGE-V Tlie four new cottages on Heali , sir- el. near i'ri. are ready 01 use B. B. WADDKLL, i!0 beale street. jel K OOMH Very desirable. ell and c.s.l ro-ims. witu nnc wa. Niiuiiuer uiontbs. Reterence SOITHKKN 'iORKl-. him No. 411 Main street, very destr O so..- tacatsoa, ami tuaKOOd teuaut. ,W ELLIN .The large brick dwelilug, Hi U ri.Hil avenue, in tbe tine stiaily gio o -rner ' rle4tns street. Two-story Dwelling, 'X Marshall avenue, I Or? rooms, stable, et c. I'e:ling, 1ST fniou street. lwellin-,'Jrl DeKoto street. H. L. Ul'loN, Rental aadfollecline Ag'l, i-o Main -ir. . . I'll "ltst-4Xttage-, and one su.reixKim on alu sireet. Apply in t, m M C Ha Ki;s sN E ED, S.." Ma 11 street. fik'-liii Ni'K-l ink re-ide:ce.No is. - .,L.: -treet rK-tween v ashlnglon auu Pop- Applv ht '7l El. t-et -E No. 15 I'uioh street m- at pres- I'TllhKHlH O ut wcuijied i v W atglu-. M tcrell U JOt r.K. l.t.JI Jl' ' u.ur., Appiy to myi Mslu street. ROOMS L'nfurnl-tid, the best in the city, for rent, at JW i-h.-luy sun t. inj?7 sTORE-HOt sE.l'oKN Ell MAIN' ANDMAI- asm, Apply to OLIVER. EINN1E A IX.'. lOTTAUE A j order, aith six ln, etc ; Walk railroad. betM. 'wood Cemeterj olltgt. Apply :66 Eiout Hi, el, Linen is becoming fashionable. Tne thermometer is very ambitious. Memphis was unusually quiet yes terday. Loafing hogs are scarce; they make gtwaj scavengers. The bluffs were thronged with citi zens yesterday afternoon. The churches were well attended y-s'.erday and last night. A prize-ring for fisticuffs will soon te started across the river. Moonlight courting, music and cro ; net are be.ng indulged In. The Jefferson street pound hogs and oats will be sold at ten o'clock this morning. If each dog that howls around the uitskirts of this city was taxed two dol a sum could be raised sufficient to pave the suburbs of Memphis. Major Patrick and Thomas Calla ...tu, who died on Saturday, were both ..id members t' the volunteer tire de- : i.-.rtmeat of Memphis. A beautiful belle of this city went to I iiurch last iiii;lit and wore no jewelry Hid no false hair. She was very much ! i .served, but showed no indications ol .isaiiity. There are uineteeu hundred and j liuetv-uiue dogs iu Chelsea. We woultl Urge stock of vehicles always to be found in this bouse there will be seen on the grouad door a well-selected stock of superior blacksmith's and caniai goods, harness, trimmings, paints, oil-, heraldry devices, etc. In tbe basemen -is stored a large pile of the best seasoned lumber, out of whk-h the vehicles art manufactured. Unusnal inducements are offered to the public and the trade by this excellent turn. An invitation is extended to the public to examine the building and its complete stock this morning. - t O Mli t !.. N ..- Yubx tea from a James's I Irmr Play at Ituello. lark Toe Fallre Spoil trie t un Ketrsal or toe Uamv t A Farce. Boats Leaving To-fiay St. Louis Bm.x.K MKxrHts ... ip.m Viekshnric . ConOKAOO "p.m Knars Point .. I'm 1- ai.i.is 5p.m Fulton Frank Fokrkst 5pm st. Louis 1 1 kkat R-et ki.1i .7 p.m Red River LAM LE 10a.ni Arrivals. up. in I city - Vlcksl.urg I'lni Allln Friars Point H. 8. Turner New Orleans Batsvilie... Wnita river M jr. Hi mston Louisville yU. Franc is : Wtttsbnrg Frank For: - osceoia A. J. wi.it.- Napoleon Ueparinrea. ' npital City J. Louis H. s.Turner 'i n ctn natl Marj' Houston . ew Orleans lo Port. Frank Forr.vt. St, Francis,BateviIle, rjlali, Phil Allln, Mary Boyd, A. J. White, Legal Tender. Tbe W eat tier anti River. Yesterday the weather was clear and pleasant and the mercury "hung"' at liiuut eighty degrees during the day. The river rose 14 inches during the day, aud the water-level at night stood 25 feet 11 inches above low-water mark. The stage of water elsewhere and the changes, as reported by signal bureau dispatches were as follows: Brunswick, Missouri, 22 feet 5 inches, stationary; Cairo, 34 feet, stationary : Cincinnati, 15 feet - inches, fall "inches; Davenport, 7 feet 6 inches, fall 1 inch; Evansville, 15 :Vet H inches, fell 1 foot 10 inches; Her mann, Missouri, 9 feet 7 inches, fall 10 inches; Jefferson City, 12 feet 4 inches, full S inches; Kansas City, 15 feet 7 inches, rise 6 inches; Keokuk, 11 feet, stationary; Lexington, 11 feet M inches, ri.-e 6 inches; Louisville,- 7 feet 3 inches, fall 3 inches; Nashville, 11 feet, fall 1 foot 10 inches; Omaha, 12 feet 3 inches, ri.se 1 foot 3 inches; Paducah 20 feet 7 inches; Pittsburg, 3 feet S inches, fall 5 inches; St. Louis, 23 feet 11 inches, fall S inches; St. Paul, 15 feet 8 inches, rise s inches; Yankton, 12 feet 5 inches, sll 4 inches. Movements or Boats. ' early if not all of the river fraternity are members of some religious denomi nation ; and although, as a rule, their hunger for wealth is great, the pious les sons taught them in childhood has had a marked effect upon their course after arriving at yearu of discretion. We speak only of that portion making this eity their" home; and, for the reason mentioned, there was nothing, scarcely, in the way of business, done at the finding yesterday. One or two tran sient boats passed during the day that were compelled to put out and add freight. Noth ing was done that would lead us to the belief that the twenty-second com- grose tons and the freight engintrS I niaiiuunnii wan uioacu. me v,apuoi eighty-tive gross tone up our continuous I City, on her way toSt. Louis.discharged rades ot seventv-tive feet tier mile. The rouuu ami .0 m-ssotmi, get Fa. Is and Figures hum the Super ml n ami or Ihe Denver Mad Rio Waude Bond. Editors Appeal A letter from W.W. Borst, superintendent, says: ' Our road was opened one hundred and fifty-five miles November 1, 172, and operated by the construction company from No vember 1, 1S72, to January I, 1873. The operating expenses were sixty-seven per cent, gross of earnings during the severe winter weather. Since January 1, 1673, we reduced the expenses to fifty -seven, and believe ere the close of this year to make a further redaction, so th' Will not exceed fifty. Our road for seveoty rlve miles is built over a very rons;li country, at a cost of thirteen thoasaiid five hundred dollars per mile, including au equipment of two passeuger and three freight locomotives, two baggage, two smoking, two oeeoud-class aud two lirst-eidss cars, ninety flat-cars, ami ten box-cars. Ihe passenger engines weigh twelve and one-half tons and the height engines seventeen and one-half tons.. The passemrer encines will haul fitly passenger-coaches seat thirtv-four per sous and weigh fiteen thousand pounds. Freight cars, four-wheeled, twelve and sixteen foot flats, weigh twenty-eight hundred to three thousand pounds, re spectively, and carry five tons. Box cars, twelve feet long, with four wheel, weigh three thousand live hundred pounds, and carry five tons. Eight wheeled flats, twenty-four feet long, 'eigh three tons and carry eight tons. Coal cars of same styleweigh three and a naif tons and carry eight tons. Box cars, same style, wtigh four tons aud carry eght tons. All our eight-wheeled cars wiil carry one-fourth more, but we limit tbem to eight tons." Now, taking ilic above report from the actual word ings ot a narrow-gauge road now opera ting, do we want anything better in the -outh? I will challenge the railroad world to prcgiuceasgood results from a road-guage road, when you lake into .lomiberation the country it is built in. I haw freight and pasenger tarifit which I will take pleasure iu showing that the Denver and Rio Grande raii road does not charge more than othr roads. o. f. Prescot i. 1 courteous Phil. J. Heur has charge of ( the office. Sid Prophater is steward 1 About 900 tona of old guns, chains, anchors, etc., were sold at Mound City by the government one day last week, realizing about $25 per ton. Dennie Long, of Louisville, and Hchacklin and Harrison, of St- Louis were tbe princi pal purchasers The John Kyle left New Orleans on Friday night with 900 tons of freight for SLLouis B. Hughes lectured in Nashville on Friday night, but didn't jret a four-thousand dollar house The Nashville 1'iuon and American river editor wants to buy the tiller-ropes of the Ella Hughes ami thereto construct a seventeeu-hundred ton boat The w harfage collections at Cincinnati lor tne past week amounted to one hundred and seventeen dollars aud twenty-five cents A first-class " 'ad in yesterday's Appeal told all about how the Pat Cleburne would be sponged by the tenth of this month for a Sunday-school picnic. Cap tain Lrrant Marsh is the nrst man on record as a licensed pilot on the Yel lowstone. The license was received by him when the boat was recently lying near the mouth of Powder river, two hundred and thirty-live miles up the Yellowstone, and was istiued by Sitting Bun, the boss Indian of that region We give the document in fuil below : Issue No. I.J To whom It may concern : Thin is tocertily that Captain Grant Msr.Ii lias given satisfactory evidence lo me gene-ral-inapector of his capabilities- to navigate Uia waters of the Yellowiitone river, and he la hereby duly licensed to run, baek and warp up saia river to nis neuri content. His SITn.NO x BULL, mark. I nspector-general of the Yellowstone and chief scaip utter ot tne aosauea. May 14, 1873. The latest change of base heard of in steamboat circles is that of the young clerk who went to New Orleans by telegraph a few months ago. He tried music, and that didn't suit, and now he is training Newfoundland dogs for Dan Rice. He is frank to state that he has a big contract, and will deliver sixty trained dogs to Dan Rice at the Ga-lt house, in Louisville "Pilot" is after Inspector Fisher, of the Cincinnati district, for ' squelching" the case of Charles Sebastian, a pilot who, while his license was suspended, steered a boat from Cincinnati to New O-leans. The little steamer Hallie has gone to the batik at Little Rock- Cause, fly time A telegram from Van Buren, Arkansas, dated the twenty-ninth ulti mo, says: "The river at this point is still rising slowly. We have full nine and one-half feet water. Weather clear and warm. No arrivals or de partures." The Nick Longworth is coming down the Ohio with a cargo for New Orleans It seems to be a fixed fact that the John B. Maude goes through to Louis ville this trip, and will pass up to-morrow evening The Baltimore bridge company has completed its struc tures across the Saline and Little Mis souri rivers, on the Cairo and Fulton railroad. The bridge across the Ouachi ta at Arkadelphia will be completed in about ten days. AUCTION SALES. STEAMBOATS. FOR WHITE RIVER. iptiis and While River Packet L'o. . nail Line For Duvall's ijlulT. lies ind ttatesville, ivin Arc, Jackfconport tirouii bills. STEAMER JESSIE, M. R. Harry master weaves 1 1 aaiA 1 , J une m, at j p.m. WM ELLIOTT. Agent, 1 Promenade st FOR CAJ.RO AND ST. LOUIS. Memphis and St, Loots Paeket lomjixi) For Hickman, Columbus. Cairo and St. Louie. steamer fibLLt. attllfuis. t rui! master, Leaves as above THIS DAY. June " o'clock p.m. jej AD. STORM. Treannrer LAW REPORTS. FOR ARKANSAS RiVFB. At a James's park picnic last weekj a young man accidentally stepped upon the Marie Anti ineite trail of a young 'ady who was dancing with "a nice young man." 'I he srt being of Mar seilles, and stiffly starched, was some what torn, causing the young lady to t.'ush wi'.h modesty. Her attendant, liowever, became incensed with auger, and, despite the atologies of the itentle tuan whose unfortunate foot had been misplaced, determined to act the part of a chivalrous knight in behalf of his s.dored Lhih-inen. ci.y MarseU'es. The intervention of the police prevented a practical demonstration of just in dignation, but the chivalrous young man's feelings were not soothed. He was determined to "have satisfaction," and sousdit the first opportunity, which iv two thousand, but we have no de-1 was yesterday, for consummating his prt-tt. cottage, in complet,- uunih. cl-leru, lame gi -:nue. on Ht-rnand 1 - i-rnaiido road and EI111 cu en! ii. rtate peniate Lee of lalor A Kutiauu. I'uion htrtt. uiy2l IjLEASANT RErdiluOiCE-iV; 1'iiii.u st.; f rooms. Apply to H.U. IVRTLUx-K. wi :. Oipill lira. Co. mr;2 KXll Agli linV tin 1 1 oris K Tbe Urge I J J Mr.-,-:, iu oo(i repair mvls e street, near St. .office, or at Krank reet. my 21 k liiK.-e, SSl Secouii Apply at :i lK- IKi -OT ST. . iKHMAMA HoImL on corner glial bj " J and Uayoao atreew. at a bargain. Apply o J. I1N SUM tliVKLL, Ofnce Second klreet, corner Monroa, myitf Memphis leiiuerifree. . s Ol sE, lout, by.aaraaa tern, aitu The MM low u. a 1 Cittice of M o. Ma.1 llbKNAND) ven rot au. ki STREET- fiiocfc, 011 the aaraai S Two comlortable or rent. In tbe Titus Third and Market sU,. BIS PIU4 IW FOR SALE OR RENT. EslHENCE That elegant and comforta- je-slory bilck resilience ou seconu f the ailev bctaeen Washlt gton s -., N.. 1 containing o II l. c-mi'.ete aud nice .1-1 : recent d and painted; veiy suitable lor a ou norib ii!e of Jefferson str -. ' j i,u it a Ayi shed on it suitable (or . stock yrd or am purpose. Will IEs ud i Iv la Oe rented oraali my S. OEO. A. STOVALL, Madison streVt. up--talrs. "IVOR SALt Kilty a-r of g-sl ataatad f and. alib bousut, ou Big Creek, ten miier. irom Uie city. Rent can I p.d in Improve- menu. rOR SALB Eight bundrf-d and sxty acres il land on Big Crek,ten uillet fiom the city uoe mlie from Mtuiiliis aud Paducah U.K.. iieavlly l.nibered. Will be sold in tracu lo anil purcnasera. Apply to k. a. rajutBK, Kinkol Commerce, or A. C. B.1T1S. Ity Hall. tn JV H Tii xnii 300 I. si LiESCE A hand-s.uie - mu.i'i...! rest sd on the Mempnl- and ad, al Uill'b .-Ha ion, Mf 'l Square, couiainlug 111 1 ou houbee, all new, a ill. dc and Que garden spot at 1 apply al tbe omce f the rar.ee (V.rupanv. ut SALE OR EXCHANGE. -a OT One Chelsea lot, one hundred lel Jiajuare, on Dr Thomas avenue. Apply t KECK n, my.'U a H Second street. -nBSllBN r. I in j gTounds. itnni. uia : s 1. 1. ci: v t-ix's; n..i !m 31m feet front by tM jtic-u aud serv places of the ou time; ball c-ois-ity. ti TlumphreVb, Hams block. rndeu tfn! roved alb :...ih.c I Kit VU mjai LOST. B .";l. of IOY On the Z7tb nine or ten yeatt gray eyes, uamed I Info-mation concert fully received by lib my 31 da v March, a boy about old. light tiait.ua unti rank P. Mai Lard. Any lug lifin will be thank parents, at No. HO BEALE ST. Mi's a clus I si- i.e. A 1 Ac return of U mySu a Ltti ond pin with seven ... a will be paid for ZO CiREttNLAW, Rk K. R. ortici VERSONAL. THOMAS TANNER (Blceater, Bngland,. arile 10 John Smith, Newbern, Iyer county. TenneMcv. Have parcel for yott. EKNINi.HAl .. co.ls W'sb Blue la the Deal. AI'mnn.rr far It. in WM STOLEN. HOKfcE Kro u tne auuatribei. of the WlH Instant, one iar Itorse. line traveler; elgLt 11 X.orJe.Wany donTof0' of tbe thief, wltti .ittncieni pro. lm. My postoflice la Carroiitot n tbe night i dark bay .rs old th s he return of ir arrest of ' to coi vlct Mississippi. UKoLlK ire to over-estimate for one worthies. ' rieiea cur. Last night officer Tierney arrested J'mLarkiufor fast driving on Poplar street, much to the disappointment of e vuung men occupying this lightning xpress vehicle. Last night six dogs assaulted one nt leman in Chelsea, who escaped b.v l iimbiug over a picket-fence, leaving 011 it a section of his coat-tail as a me mento of his ability. Several out'ide friends have lyti llB( w hisky to the women confined i'i the upper story of the stationhouse, by means of a string let down by the iaipri-oned parties. Yesterday Jim L .rue was caught tying a bottle of hisky to a string, and he was accord iiig y iiauded iu to the stationhouse. The Jewish synagogue, ou Main -iieet, was crowded last eveuiug to its iidlest capacity to witness the nup tials of Mr. Abraham Judah, a youug merchant of this city, and Miss Delia Samuels, of St. Ixuis, step-daughter of 'v. r. K. Ackerman, a well-known mer ebant of Memphts. llabbi Samfield p rl'urmed the ceremony. At a very late hour last night a y.iung man, said to be clerk ou tbe steamer llelle of Texas, accompanied by two c. 111 pan ions, repaired tothe station t.'.use and informed Captain Saiith that s .me oue had taken from his pocket the keys to his money-drawer. It is though! t.ie youug mau may have lost the kevs or was too nervous to remember what lie did with them. Yesterday the memiiers of the Fire Kelief association, dressed iu uniform 1 aud headed by the Sodality Junior band, j a letided the funeral of the late Thomas; j Callahan, who was in former years con nected with the voluuteer tire depart ment of Memphis. At tbe time of bis .-ath he was a member of the associa tion, and a more esteemed citizen and 1 .rthy gentleman never lived in this city. An unknown ersou at Nashville has addressed the local of this paper a p -tal-card asking him why he didu'i v sj; the exjioeition and bring his fine leBapbii baUa to the infant show. The " local " of this paper is only twenty oue year of age, has no moustache, was !-ver married. and has been in Memphis only three weeks. Our Nashville to- tc signs the letters " C. A. K." to the card. Maybe John Bell, of the Union ami American, knows who be is. James's park w ill be thronged to day with persons attendiug the grand picnic by the Sunday-school of the Ger man Protestant church. A variety of amusements is arranged for the day's entertaiiiment, which will be one of the most pleasant of tbe season. We advise our people to be present if they wish to spend an agreeable day in music, songs, and dancing. Tbe tables will be grace fully trimmed, and well laden with the beat of edibles and the choicest confec tions. We bespeak a large attendance al this picnic, which has much to attract ataj interest everyone. Yesterday the festival of the Feast "I Weeks, ot as it is called iQ He brew " CKag SKevuoiK," was observed by the Israelitish congregations of this city, the occasion being iu commemora tion of the announcement of the deca Jogue from Mount Sinai, and which in ancient times was regarded as a thanks giving day for the happy harvest and ihe new wheat-flour iu Palestine. In Ihe reformed congregation young members are usually confirmed on this occasion of iiitiuoth. or pentecost, which celebrates the birthday of Ju daism, as on paseover the birthday of the Jewish nation hrceiebrated. EliITOKS OF THE APPEAL 1 Was pleased to see an article iu Thursday-., paper in relation to a dreadful pond of offensive water at the corner of New Madison and Orleans streets. Your oor r. .-pendent said "unless something was d ine it would create sickness." Now I know it Act already caused a great deal of sickness and a number of deaths in the last few weeks, which I understand the attending physicians attribute to the p.ii.-onous malaria arising from this water. Unless some prompt action is taken to abate this irUoferabtc nuisance, i ifteally fear we will have a terrible epidemic in this part of the city. As it purjioses. ay previous agreement the ij ys met ou Henry street, near the Cath olic burymg-ground, each being accom , pauied by their respective seconds, Iresd ii! trunk clothes aud glistening I like game-cocks or blue-tailed flies. In 1 irder to prevent au interruption of the j Sunday's sport, pickets were stntioned at various localities to give warning of the poliee appearing. Iu the meantime ' the affair of honor bad spread i like wildfire, aud at least two hundred : !crsoiis were assembled to witness the ', interesting callisthenics. For with a 1 due appreciation of economy the youths ! had determined to obviate the cost of ; a Qrstciass funeral, aud the fight was to bee inducted not with firearms but with those of their body. In substituting physical muscle for lead and powder, j they were to act as discretion taught . and at the same lime have the honor of determining who was the best " light i weight" of the bluff city. But the vig I ilant police had no idea of permitting such an engagement in Meniphis,and ac cordingly rushed iu upon the belligerents, j 'The pickets, Upon seeing the officers, 1 gave the alarm and a general stampede 1 was expected. The fit ry youths resolved viva vuee to adjourn the "riug" to Ral igh, which would be beyond the reach of the oitj authorities. Oue jumped 1 iuto a spring wagon and the other mounted a black steed, jusL as & police officer appeared at the now confused scene of anticipated battle. The young mau ou the horse was arrested and taken to the stationhouse. The other was released ou his own recognizance, and promised to follow, hut he went somewhere el.se. May be, he visited ltaleigh to cover his angry passions in its romantic chades. The affair created a great deal o: excitement, and quite a number of vehicles, laden with persons anxious to wiuiess the spectacle, were preseut. A police officer informs us i hat the parents of the nice young men were also on the ground, but were unable lo restrain their hopeful progeny from executing the malicious desires of their hearts. This is indeed a beautiful Sunday's show, scarcely less thrilling to the vitiated aud vulgar, though not the leas barbarous in character, than were the gladiatorial combats of Rome. The relations of the youug men, who are veiy much esteemed in this community, regretted the occurrence very much, for they realize the mortification resulting from such opprobrious conduct. Iu consideralmii of their feelings, we sup press the publication of the youug men's j names, and trust their .Sunday's expe rience will deter them from future at tempts to become ring-fighters. PERSONAL. Mk. Henry C. Kinu, general agent of Our Fireside tYiend, of Chicago, is in the city. He has just returned from a succc-sful trip south iu the interest of his valuable paper, aud is much im proved in health. H. G. Carter, Virginia; A. M. West, New York; D. A. Butterfleld, Jno. M. Powell, Mississippi; R. B. Rankin, Cin cinnati, and J. W. lineage, Arkansas, are stopping at the Peabody hotel. Dk. W. C. Fot-xer, formerly of Mem phis but now of New York, is in tbe city, on his way home from Texas, where he spent two months on business. Tbe doctor is looking well, and, all bis old friends will be glad to know, is doing well. Criminal Court Fllpnin .fuo&c The following cases are set for trial to day: 451, James Burke; 512, Harry Holmes; 513, .Joseph Lory; 543, Dick Murphy; 5ti0, Allen Rivers; 53. Bator) Hinder; 539, Nero Biay; obS, i 'harks Meyers. DoOLKY's yeast powder is couven;.. economical and aiways reliable. N aaste of food prepared with it, as It is always of the best quality. eaukls and Arkansas Klver Packet Company t a. Hail Line. 'pHK ELEUANT PAHfEIiliEK BOATS OF X this line leave Memphis tor all poinu on Arkansas river TUEMDAY8 and SATUR DAYS at a nan. JOHN X. HARBIN. Aent, a23 Office on WUarfoout. toot fo.irt St. FOBARKANHAS RIVER. lie nip hi and IrkaamH Klver Packet Co. I ulted (Malea nail Line. Eor Pine Eluff and Little Rock and all point through to Fort, smith. Mr. I'TtH T. E. Voorhies. master Leaves as above MONDAY June ad. at) o'clock p.m. JOHN N. HARBl.V Aiiunt, oilice 111 Oomnany'H Wharfooar. foot of 1 'ourt tme Dun ham's yeast powder for purity and strength is unequaled. All who use it like it, and recommend it to the'r neighbor:!. Economy Forgentlemen to send then spring aud summer clothing to be cleaned -r dyed and repaired, to Hanson A VValekr, 246 (second street, f..r they make a specialty of that kind of wore . FOR RED RIVER. Carter !.in or KeJ Hiver Packets, Kor Jetferson, Shreveport, Alexandria, Urand Ecore an 1 way landings. LADY LEE shields master I Hener ..clerk Leaves MONDAY, June 3d. at 10 a.m. J. T. WASH1N OTON, Agent, 4!, Madison street. KIRN AN g SAVEP.S, Passenger Agents, FOR VICKHBURG. Joe Locke, 2o6 Msun street, has a 'arge assrtmeMt of stationery, books and all tbe late monthlies, weeklies anl ladies. Use Rumford Yeast grocers sell them. Powders. All The cheapest and best Steam IhnuM and Cleaning Hocse in the city is at :;4tj tsecond street, Hunt & Hanson's old stand. HANSON & WAt-KKK. Memphis and Si. Louts Packet t.01 sj. B. .nail Lise. Fur Helena, Chicot, UreenrUle, Vicksbnrs and W ay Landings. Steamer COLORADO, U. W . Bod master, Leaves MoN OAi , J uue Jd. at K p.m. jel AI.sTMtM. ireasnrer. FOR ST. FiVANCIS RIVER. Gentlemen who v. :.sh to these ele gantly, and at the same time save mou . should go at once to Waggeuer's, :il7 Main street. He is doing a C. O. D. tx lerts no bad debts; small prc8ts. Full Hue of Embroideries aud White Goods at Atchison's, 224 Mam street. "PLEISIKE BY HE RIVER." The Young Men's Christian Associa tion picnic ami pleasure excursion will come off on the tenth instant. Theit low rales ol fare speak well for them. The day trip will, no doubt, be laden with many precious children and their parents. See full particulars iu another column. Go to Atchison, 224 Main street, bargains in Hosiery. for We call the attention of workingmen and men of moderate means to the ad vertisement in another column of the sale of the residence 243 Alabama street. It is a beautiful place, and the terms are so easy as to place it in the reach of anv industrious man. 'ihe title is perfect, Sec chancery sale on third page, Adam; as. Adams. Mr. ti. B. Peters, jr., No. 33 Madisou street, wdl give any info; ma Li. iu desired concerning it. Waouener, 317$ Main street, has the finest merchant-tailoring estabMabntcm in the eity; tbe largest a-oort.meut of goods fresh from the hands of the im porter. Awnings, Mosquito Bars. J. P. LALLKMAXD8. 380 Second sireet. Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning establishment, ol Madison street. Bi.UlI.tK TUESDAY PACKET Far all Way Landing-a on the Xlftalsjainpl to Helena, L'Angaille, to Mariana, and HI. P ranch) Klver to Wliuonra. tr. St. Francis, x. n. no win an Mastai I Sam 1'ain Clerk Will leave Memphis aa above EVERY TUES DAY, at 5 o'clock p.m. For fretghijor aajaanj apply on ooarri. $ik FOR FRIAR'S POINT rND BENDt- Meniuns Helena and Friar's Point Line. steamer PHIL AiiLIN, . JT James Lee Mii-r-gnin4TJSnV. Leaves Memphis MONDAY. WEiJlTlKlJAl and FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m., ami Kriar't Point every Tuesday , Thnrstiay and Saturday at ill o'cloca ajn. Fortrelrht or onasriire apply on board. ori5 41 J. Court B. FaISES it (0., fqoare Siablcs. Mules ami Horses for sale. Use Rumford Yeast are cheapest made. Powders. They Memphis Steam Dying and Cleaning establishment, hi Madison street. LUi'ai. mUMi Attend Robertson'sBuainessCollege. Arnietiong's Photographic Gallery, N.. '! 1 Main site Three faultless gem pictures for fifty oenta, Use Rumford Yeast grocers sell them. Powders. All Neuril. Instantaneous cure for neu ralgia. U. W. Jones & Co. sell it. Use Rumford Yeast Powders, are the cheapest made. The AUCTION SALE OF ttOATS AND HOtiS. The goats and hogs confined in the Jefferson-street pound will be sold this moruiug at teu o'clock, at public auc tion. P. R. ATHY, June 2, 137X. chief of Police. We offer the iniprovi-d Rocking-Chair Kan at $1 25, and warrant it to make you cool in the hottest weather. WHEELER, I'll KHNS & t'O. A lady wants a situation as govern ess ih a private family. Address Clara, this office. Suttek, tailor, ih Jeflerson. SALOON AT ASSIGNEE'S SALE. CALYAUY CHURCH PEWS. As assignee of Irwin k Brother, 1 will sell at private sale, on the second day of June, their saloon, No. 16 Jefferscn street, witb bar fixtures, mirrors, liquors, queensware, stove, etc., aud good will, to the nignest Didder. Sealed bids in writing wdl be received until June ad, Tbe treasurer will be at the church from three and a half to six o'clock this a'ternoon and to-morrow afternoon, to . ,h,. ?h ,o 111 , i ...iui.i re iws to parties wishing them. j aaltcTwill be sold to the hTghlLt i bidder, If sufficient in amount. Address tio to Leddiu's Business College. ' n. a. Hamilton, Auimw t.ug but little here. The Phil Allin brought 27 bales cotton. Tbe Bates . ille, fnim White river, had 97 bales, resides reshipping 100 bales for New Orleans. The St. Francis, from Witts burg, brought 164 bales of cotton and - teks eed. The H. S. Turner, ti otn Sew Orleans to Cincinnati, discharged about 40 packages aud picked up .-,00 i. iles of cotton here. The Glencoe, Sat urday night.put oull64 packages,and the far roll, on her way down, discharged ISO ci 1 stone and added 26 bales cottou, ali he had room for. The Mary Hous ton went down yesterday afternoon d utarly to her full capacity, but did n jthiug of importance here. Boats to Leave. Tue Frank Forrest, Captain T. P. Sextos, leaves this evening at rive o'eloek tat Fulton. O. K. Jopliu is her clerk. The Belle Memphis, Captain John t 'raue, leaves as above this afternoon at live o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. Mr. William Bienker is cierk. The Phil Allin, Captain James Lee, departs at sharp live o'clock this after- j UV"U A ...... 1 U.U. ....... V. .1 111.1- iuirs. Mr. Blakemore is chief purser. The Colorado, Captain' Boyd, will be down to leave at six o'clock this after noon for Vicksburg and all the inter mediate landings. Henry M. Deitrich is her purser. Travelers for all points norttaand east wiil rind at the landing this evening one of the finest and fleetest passenger steamers afloat. We refer to the Great Republic, Captain W. H. Thorwegan, which leaves this evening at five o'clock for St. Louis, Cairo and bend landings. Those desirous of sumptuous fare, quick travel, and withal clever and attentive oliicers, should not lose this opportunity, but secure rooms. Messrs. J. P. Young and O. Haines have charge of the office. The Richmond will be up to-morrow evening on ber way to Louisville. The John Kyle will be up to-morrow Tor St. Louis. The elegant steamer Lady Lee, Green T. Shields, master, aud Phil. Heur, purser, will be down to leave at teu o'clock this morning for Jefferson, Shrevetiort and ail intermediate land i tigs on Red river and tue Mississippi. tiy TelrKrapn. Evansville, June 1. Weather iear t.ud hot. The river has fallen 20 iuches. Mercury 66 to 80. Port list -Up : Sherlock, 8pm.; Florence Lee, 5 a.m,; Arkansas Belle, 7 p.m. Down: Morning Star, 2 p.m. ; Mary Davageand i.arges, 3 p.m; Lawrence, 4 p.m.; Phil Sheridan, 4 p.m., all with good trips. Business lively and receipts large. Caiko, June L The river is station ary. Weather clear and hot. Arrived: I Haw J. Hale, Cincinnati, 9 p.m.; City lot' Vicksburg, Vicksburg, 9 p.m.; Lady Lee, St. Louis; 10 a.m.; Colorado. St. Loiii.s, 4 p.m.; Joseph H. Bigley, New Orleans, 7 p.m. Departed: Mary Hous ton, New Orleans, 8 p.m.; Sam J. Hale, 9 p.m. ; Belle Memphis, Mem-phi- midnight; City of Vicksburg, Kt. I. oi. is, 7 a.m.; Lady Lee, Red river 3 p.m ; Colorado, Vicksburg, 6 p.m. ; Bfg? ley. , ;ttsburg, 7 p.m. t innati, June 1. River falling, no cet. Arrived: Thompson Do. t, St. Louis. Mollie Ebert, Pittsburg. ITiTMJi n(.. June 1. The river con tinues to decline gradually. The marks at 7 o'clock this evening indicated 3 feet 10 inches in the channel. Weather clear and pleasant. g Ko departures. St. Louis, 'June 1. River is falling slowly. Weather clear aud warm. Ar rived: Johnsou, Red river; Bee and barges, New Orleans; City of Chester, lis; Bismarck, New Orleans. M'athrr Profrabillttm. -iunhton, June 1. For New Eng. and, southwesterly to northwester ly winds, and clear or partly cloudy weather. Pot the Middle States, winds shifting I rly and southerly, and generally Ih.ii warm weather. F c tbe South Atlantic aud Gulf Bta ewt of the Mississippi river.norih sae s-.y to southeasterly winds and t' cloudy weather, with possioly hg rcas of light rain along the Si tun A. ..'..c coast. From Tennessee to Ohio aud MicLi jran, fresh, brisk easterly to southerly winds, and incessant cloudiness. From Missouri, Illinois, and tbe lake region to Dakota aud Nebraska, falling barometer, fresh to very brisk easterly and -southerly winds, veering to south erly and westerly, cloudy weather and rain. The chief sigual-oflicer has an ob server at the scene of the recent tornado I iu Iowa, with instructions to follow its course from beginning to end, and to collect data for a full scientific report Upon the subject. To make this report as complete and accurate as possible, cit izens living at or near the scene of the disaster are requested to transmit all ti e tacts they may have in their posses sion in reference to its origin, path, ap pearance and action to the chief signal ofticer of the army at Washington. Mm Drift. The Jessie goes out to-morrow eve ning in place of the Legal Tender for White river. Captain Milt Harry takes ihe crew of the Legal Tender on board tbe Jessie The river by this morning will have reached the salt warehouse, at the foot of Jefferson street, or rather the pile of salt stored there, and that malt lot which covers the river front from Monroe street to a point some sev enty feet below Union street, wdl give the people below here a taste of salt water by to-night. The salt fills the best, portion of the lauding, and it is the duty of the wharfmaster to have it removed at once Religious services were held upon the bluffs by tbe wandering minister yes terday, and lasted for two hours. His audience did not, however, seem to ap preciate his teachings The Evans ville Courier has goue baek ou its "per- sonal correspondent at xNasnviiie, that settles it. Now aud forever after we will never hear of another fractional buy" of the Ella Hughes Don't forget that too popular Crane and Blanker take out their Belie Memphis this evening for St. Louis Bob Lee, the famous trotter (not tbe steamboat) was driven out the Pigeon-roost road at a two-forty gait yesterday afternoon by hii owner. He is old but mighty good Ihe popular Carter line steamer Lady Lee departs for Shreveport and Jeffer son at leu o cioca mis morning positive ly; c F. Shields commands, and the 1 No. &i4 Front Street, - Memphis. For Euiton and intermediate Lanchiitfa. htr. tvmk Forest, T. P. Sexton master. Will makeiri-weealy trip Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays, leaving at 3 o clock p.m. Vor frlirht nr .hhs(,. npplv !... .-,1 CHEEK USE, MEMPHIS AD VltlLSBUBG P'T CO. ror Helena. FriatM Pnlnt, Napoleon, and the tlouaa. UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON. Sir. A. J. White. Mark K. Cheek- master. Leaves TI E-WAYS and FRIDAYS at 5 p.m Kor freight or passage apply on board or to UKO. W . CHKI IK, .Sup t, felB N o, 2118 Kron t si reet FOR PINE BLUFF. MEMPHIS AND PLN'K BLUFF PACKET For Pine Blutr, and all intermediate land ings on Mississippi and Arkansas Rivers. The splendid passenger steamer J. K. Kail kin, -J& John Fenwiek master Leaves EVEKY FRIDAY, at o o'clock p.m. Freight received lor her at foot JeUerson au S. B. MILLER, Ag&nl, No. 1 Elliott Rock. my7 oinsisiie upper wiiarf. NOTICE. w The undersigned have been authorised by Eastern Capitalists to propose to the people of Memphis and vivlnity the establish ment ot a MEW NATIONAL BANK with a capital of 8300,000 or 9300,000, con ditioned that they (tbe people of Memphis! subscribe for one-third only of the capital stock. We deem it anuecessary to call the attention of oar business community to the great ad vantages to result from this liberal proposi Uon to bring capital to our city, and hope it will meet their prompt response. , Citiaens and others will be called upon for subscriptions of stock, that the organization may be completed without delay, as our friends are now ready to furnish their share of tbe capital. Subscriptions may alio be made with either of the undersigned. AMOS WOODRUFF. J. J. BUSBY. T. A. NELSON. Memphis, May 14, 1B7H. myio BY BOOTH & MARTIN Laniesaleof Household and Kitchen FURNITURE! WE WILL SELL, THIS Monday Morning, June 2d, 1873, Commencing at 19 o'clock, A large line of Honseaohl and Kitchen Fur niture, consisting ol Beds, Bedsteads, Bnrpatis, WardrorieM, WasiiHtand,. Farlor iets, Bedroom Sets, Carpets, Mattresses, tjias" and China ware, Cooalng stoves. Tinware, Etc. -AL'jO Large line of QRiM KIliEH. DRY ;OOIS, Etc. -ALSO Three fine 'OLD WATCHER i second-hand . BOOTH 44 KTIN. Je2 Auctioneers, 24o y im st-eet DRY GOODS. IAIN ST. STOREHOUSE AT AUCTION. ON THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1873, We will Hell to the highest bidder, thai valua ble hneiinnw prupdrtv , NO. 213 MAIN STREET, Next to in earner of Sain and Adams A snbstantlally-bullt house, four stories above ground; hue celiar and, cistern; alley entrance trom Adams street. Now rents for Sljtl per mri nth, with fourth story reserved. Terms Halt cash and half in six months, with interest. TEEZVTANT&C0. BIRMINGHAM! The Iron City of Alabama. SEEAT SALE OF LOTS AT AUCTIOJT SEASONABLE 600DS AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES MENKEN BROTHERS HAVE l)ETERMIEI DIR1X. THE PBETAILD 'i DILL SEASON TO OFF til STILL GREATER f AB6AINS TO BUYERS OF OKI 600BS ! SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK: Striped and Brocade Grenadinca. VI l-Oc. Black aad White Ground striped Greaadlnea, 15c. 4-4 Chintz Percale, 12 1-ic. White Victoria Lawn, 15c WHITE PIQUE, WHITE WETS, PRINTED PIQUES At a Great Redaction. Colored Striped Pique at 25c worth 50c. BLEACHED DOMESTIC REDUCED! MOgqriTO BAAS AXD SETTINGS REDI CEO. Ai.ii W HITE LAWX SI ITS ALL l.iMl SC1TM WHITE PIt1 K St !TS BKAUEJ H RI SWIHK OVKKMKIBTS ax . ow. t- ..94 W. M M. M Oil MN.nM.m am w a.1 aa. a 7 -V ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, is;:. All our Summer HilUm at -B&edo4?e4l MTies Titles Warranted. OFFlt'K OF ELYTON LANIt COMPANY, BiRWiKUiiAM. Ala., April in, lW.'l. j The Ely ton Lan.l i '.impany will sell ut Auc tion, on tue Min tf Jur next, a large num ber ot LOT8 in thin city and on tlieir property idjoinlag suburban Lots will be Hold In wztntosuit. parulin.-re, not exceetliuK twenl; aeretlnany one lot. Tit ha will be guaranteed, wlihout restriction an to time of erecting buildings or making oilier improvement. Teus or Salk-Either cash, or one-flfth ensh, one-Sfth in six month, one-flfth tn twelve mon'hs, and the balance in eighteen mouth-, with interest. The sale will be conduct"! on the premises. A Map of Lots to be sold is now in prepara tion, anil will soon be on exhibition. my-JX I. H. POWEiJ.. President. 261 and 263 Main Street, Cor. Court. CARRIAGES-CARRIAGE HARDWARE. FOR SALE. ft ftBS LlltS. ABOUT THREE HLDB"D AND SIXTY of these beautiful lout stl.lou hand- and nt LOW ffH of payment we will keep thi-m open at the PRII itsiaDd LIBERAL TERM! lor a abort time longer. All who would avail tnemmMvea "f the present advantuiies must not delay closing negotiations, 'or when once tue price-- are advanced we do not Drofiose to reduce tliem again. Call and get plots and rnake a thorough inspection of the property without delay. D030H0 & BTLKLEl, my2Ti 3 Madison tre,-. TO MECHANICS DAY LABORERS, Salaried Hen! We are authorized to sell the balance of the " THOMAS " LOTS, Xorth Mempnia, at reasonable pncea, and lpoa teriusof pavmenu ooe-tlflh cash and balance in Instalments by the month, the r.iarter. or the year, at the choice of the mir- ihusers, with six per cent, interest added. Hie lneativn Is beauuiul and tit.e nnuue nonable. Call and get map, visit the prop el ty. select your lot, and we -.;!! name a fair price, and you name the terms of payment that will snit your alcana and convenience. Here Is the best opportunity for men of mall means to buy homes. DOXOHO &. BCLKLET, Amenta for "THOMAS" Lot". o Ld o a: CO 5' a w 9 u 0 ipl j GO 9 3 - I I a m 3 M S - a - I a ! s m aa 1 7 CO Z W. IS. BRUCE cfe OO-, NOS. 37 and 39 MONROE STREET, ) DEALERS :n IRON AND STEEL. CARRIAGE HARDWARE, SUJl CK8 MIT 40 LOTS ON WALNUT STREET For Sale. I have forty lots tn the division of my home place, 50 by 150 feet. Also, my BESI DENCK, with two acres attached, on Walnut street, which i desire to sell. Also, lota fronU ing on the river, west of the Uayoao house. Persons desiring to purchase can see me at UT OFFICE, JTo. 373 MAI5 STREET, JACKSOIS BLOCK, over Sledge, McKay dk CO. mvil Cl-F.CmciT, PTXOTT ICE PITCHER. THE GRYPTOCHYLON .'.ONCKALIli WOODI ICE PITCHER Pl'HK SILVKS LI. ED. Is a Pitcher of Wood, clothed or oovered with metal, which hermetically seals the wood. It is a solid walled pitcher, of nnsurpasced PURITY, and in point of STBEJJUTH anil DURABI LITY, far excels all other?. For sale by W. C. BYRP. a rooiis, Wheels, Spokes, Hubs and Felloes, Carriage Trimmings, Fnl! nwl Coi Palats. Oils Had Tarnluhe. iplete Stark always on hand which hey will veil on ta tee foam! In tte a I DRY GOODS. GREAT BARGAINS xar HOUSE FURNISHING 600DS! B. Loweustein & Brothers WE WILL OFFER T0-M0RR0W, MONDAY, JOE 2d Seven eases Rieliardson's A SpottenN SHIRTING AND FAMILY LINEN! PILLOW-CASE LINENS AND LINEN SHEETINGS. At Lower Prices than these Kooils have eTer before been offered in 3iupBR Towels at $1 00 per dozen Worth $1 25 Towel at $1 K per dozen worth S2 09. Towels at yJ .50 per dozen worth J3 V) i lot of FCTE DAMASK TOWELS at 75c apiece worth $1 25, slightly lolleil. BROWN LINEN TABLE DAMASK At 4&c worth Oc. Bleached Linen Table Damask at Vjc worth 75:. Bleached Ijlncn Table worth SI. Bleached Linen Table Dtunak at Jl worth il . Damusk -it NICE 11-4 MARSEILLES QUILTS AT $1 25 - - WORTH SI 75 An Immense Line of White and Colored MARSEILLES UL'ILT.S at a Sacr: i.-V. NAPKINS, DOYLIESVtABLEInB PIANO COVERS AT A GREAT REDUCTION. B. LOwENSTEIN Sc BROS. 1842 and 244 Main Street, Cor. Jefferson. NEW FIRM. LIQUORS. A. VAOCAao. H. Vac AKO. C. DILJtMAJUK. A. it. yiCCAXO A. YaCCABO fc CO. Lot portent and DeaJava 1 WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, HOOPSKIRTS. Southern Hoopskirt aad Corset MANUFACTORY, "Purchaseinof Skirts or Buittles will pleae seel that the Trade mark- Sou the rn Hoopuklrt Manufactory, Memphis, Tenn. be printed on. the band, otheiwlse the arti cles are not genuine. I recoiumeod the trade the Jointless Walklng Skiit, the KoldinK Bus tles, and the veritable trench Corsets. Also, Abdominal, Nurslnn, 1 . I .1 I '. , . ; i.Ki.ll. npi7 Louis lN(;k, wK rrriii ; SPECTACLES. Improve Your Sight! THE CRESCENT KPECTCEE8. NOW offered are superior Spec tacl es. ground with are free from Ion and Impur ness and dis- slon they are un- TmUe Mark, m to the labile, to all ordinary They are great care, and all Imperfect, ltlea. Kor clear tlnctnuss of vl- nvaled. None . ubinseciaciessnoiiia be without them. Tbe ; are mounted in steel, Shell, Rubber and Uold ! Frames, and are manufactured expressly for i ,'.ni sold io Memphis only, Taj ilWKuta AMD Orncum None genuine without the trade mark! on every pair. oc4 eod J. T. HOLLOW ELL, late of Misa, O. D. CROCKETT, Memphis. ' B, F. HALLEB, Memphis NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS ! HOLLOWELL, CROCKETT & HALLER, WHOLES 4.I.E NOTIONS m WHITE 600DS No. 298 M in Street, Memphis, Tenn. WINDOW GLASS AND SALT AGENCY. RADFORD & CO. HAH IJFACTr FOR THE SALE OT WINDOW GLASS, NAILS AND SALT! Window Glass Warehouse and Office of West Virginia Salt and River side Iron Works Agency, So. 16 and 18 CtflOX STREET, BET. MAIN AND FRONT. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE JUST BECBIVKD SM0 BOXES WELL-ASSORTED WLNDOW OLAest OK i'HK CEIJk brated fittsburg Union Ulass Works. Our stook of Glass will be Increased every week to sach an extent as lo meet fully "he demand ot our Southern market. Contractors and the trade generally are invited to examine our stock of Olass and prices, and wa warrant to oum- pete with Pittsburg or any Western city in price.. Address Ba UK. Storoil) CO . n mmt PJS. We furnish Builders with Doers, Saab, Blinds asMt Lan ber. st iimaas rates.