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TI-IE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--SATUEDAY, A.UG-TTST 2, 1873.
FOR 8AXJE. AKY pern datfrMU of securing a rM . at. location fee In the ptr-cilt (.v tag (Ue furniture. Th-h '"" -e" tbruasnoai, and is now full oi boatden. Term lew for ee4b. Address JTJCTICB. Appeal office. rro RAVE MOKEV-W uoiier 1 complete awl In good uianlng order, for I yM S. I. - M LE&, Helen Ark. MARK An A No. 1 road mare; one yie K an? UtO-, W Union . -nDGGIE-Onegood second-hand top-bUKgy A) oue open uuBW , , - y EE handsome VNGRA VINOS, EIC A number of choice LST?. ma TtniK Ifnnr nnd three Unlit 1 1 M Illl.-UH.l , . chandeliers and haU lamp); painted ana s"' window-shades, and several articles of hou.ee i.. .ii i nrnlture. All the above are as cood as m w and will be sold at a bargain. Apply u Nc..isheity fetreeuooruerol Battel. J" Q ALOON Best stand In the city. O Kent S50 per month. Address jyX8 Trice S300. A this office. AFIRSr-CLAS3 ARKANSAS RIVER COTTON KA11M. See advertisement of the "Goodloe riantauonnuaerourcaiu m tho Appeal. TRE7.fe.VAJT A CO. n rAOiiiXKRY A horse-power, gin and jjl press, aU nearly new, will be sold cheap, aianswooaHrm. " n D COXTEACTORS-Deslrous of Improving S a lot nearer the city, I wilt put ray present residence (one of the most desirable and best In. proved in the county, three miles on the Pcplar street tarn pure) in pan pay ior uuuu lnis upon the lot alluded to. Just oat-sidecf the "2 fl.i r T AVERY. LL1 mti nuuu. ! . 1 WELLING-Two-story dwelling, with five i' acres ol land, inree nines easi oi u-iihin lin -vnnls of Wilson Station. M. c K.R. Apply at 2K FRONT HT. IlBSIDENCES-Two brick residences In the I Titus block, comer Market and Third ate. A.ipiy to " ACRES OK LAND in lota from ten M jisiannpl and Tennessee Railroad, a ve raues 250 f r ,tti MnmnrtlR; nee man and address np2 No. 219 HadiKra street. I ENGINES CUBBINS A GUNN, Adams St., i i h,n rnr cAlnKnmenf the most substan tial and elegantly finished stationary engines so mach admired by thousands. Is among the number. It UM-horse power. Gentlemen de siring engines for mills, euu, should call and examine. For simplicity and strength they are not to be excelled. feu E ENGINE A 30-horse power engine and boiler, with pumps and a lot of 10-inch mnile "H. ADAMS STREET. FOR SEIfT. s TORE A mrt of a fine store, with base ment. Apply atCTjmm pure K, deuces on Union street for rent. Apply Ihroucb P. O. B. B. Waddell. 215 Union street- nmn: TiniTSK A lanre brick house, con S talninc nine rooms. No. 72 Hill street. Apply at NO. 9 ADA-MS ST. T EVIDENCE The beautiful residence XX Shaw Place No. 177 Onion street. Apply to C. A. LKl r"JJU IjLjLi, jySl county Court Building. "lArtnrcN Immediately, a caiden of VJT acres, near town. Union avenue ; excellent fence and noose, w. A. aeiiej,w.iiBiun. C TORE No. 11 Main street, between Market J and Exchange. 103H THIRD HT. ATICELY furnished rooms, over Howesew- T OOMS Cool and pleasant furnished roome Xl ior w per monio, at &v m. HOUSE No. 601 Main street. Applvat 649 MAIN ST. OTTOS-SHED A first-class cotton-shed on j Tennessee street. jyas Apply t EsTES, FIZERtCO. STOREHOUSE No. 61 Beale street, near Second. Also, residence No. 30 Orleans .treet, near Poplar. Apply to LOEWENSTINE BROS., Jy25 SIS Main street. lOTTAGE-HOUSE Containing five rooms. KJ withalaige lot. Kitchen, servant s room and all necessary outnouses. Appiyai J5 121 ALABAMA ST. STORE-HOUSE The bouse formerly occu pied by A. Seessel, Son & Co., No. SS9 Main street. Apply to A. SEESSEL. SON A Co.. WSOIaln.street. E COM Handsomely furnished, cool room. Apply at room , third floor, 191 Main st. Ele- CTOREHOUSE No. 216 Front street. O gant office attached. Apply to jya SOUTHERN LIFE INS. CO. STORES Two store-houses In the Lee block. Union street. Apnlyto JylS JUYNER, LEMMON & GALE. J) OOMS Unfurnished rooms at 392 Sheiby JLV street, the best, location In the city. jylT HOUSES-Nos. 215 and 219 Vance street two tenements new houses, in good con dition : rent reasonable. Apply to VINCENT BCCIOALUPO,or Jyl7 E. L. BELCHER, Altomey. OFFICES Cottages, and one storeroom on Main street. Apply to MCRAE, MYERS SNEED, my28 279K Main street. RESIDENCE on Vance street, near SL Agnes. IiMulreatthlsoffice.oratFrank lin'stjroeery. w Vance street. mv21 WANTS. SITUATION A young man of experience withes a pcdUon In a No.lgrocen- or com mission house. Will loan employer M0U0. Address BARNUM, this offlce. T AIRY-HAND At the Woodland Dairy, on I Memphis and Charleston Railroad, two mues soutneau oi uoun uare. jyai PERSONS wanting Bored Well?, call at KECITS, Second hU fpEACHER A regular graduate to take X charge of the Gerraantotvn High School, CorrespoBdenee Is solicited by Auzust 29th, . , t , i r . , .a, t . Jy29 Uermantown, Tenn. A rONEY TO LOAN in sums of $10 to 5100. ojX Address 11. T. I'M Appeal omcc, COOK A good cook one that can com well recommend ed. Apply at 15-27 &i SECOND ST. SITUATION A youne lady of Virginia tfe- O sires a aiuution as teacher in a private lamuy jr Kttooi. usual tmgiisu urancnes. j-renen ana uermRn taugnt. Auaress Mis M. C. KINCKLE, Lynchburg, Va- Y 'AULTS and Cisterns to clean. Leave or tiers at JH Second street. Je27 J. E. HELM & CO. XTEW I'OTATOBS-AtWf Front street. j L. LAWHOBN t CO. Q ECOND-IIAND FURNITURE, Feathers kj ana Jioaceootxi uooaa oi an Kiuas, oougnt INNOTT. at XI Seoood street. H. T. HINJ CLEANING 'iaults and cisterns to clean, Vy at an i moo streeu J.u. J'UA.. TP URNITURE, ETC To JL .1 pay the highest nrice for second-hand furniture, stoves. it ainers, carpets, etc- at siu second street. Jf 1 11. M. DOUGLASS. STRAYED OR STOLEN. HORSE MULE sorrel horse, nve years eld, fifteen hands high, star In forehead, i an rouna. Also, Drown mare muie, me dium mz, bea-y batlt, branded with letter t" on left shoulder. A liberal reward will be paid for an Information leading to the re covery of them or the return of them to the Memphis TrotUnc Park, aul U. BROTHERS. TAKE A- 11 IXJL.T Bay ItI hieh.elKht years old. swetnv cut on left -houlder, short mane and low g tall, holds her bead high, good traveler In harness. Sorrel volt, blaze lace, two months old, hair curls up on left knee. Twenty-five dollars reward. SOLOMON BRADSHAW, JyJl QUI Station. POXT-42S REWARD Small black mare pony. The above reward will be .paid lor her return to lift Mulberry street. )V27 WM. BUNCE. PERSONAL. SHAVING Ten cents, every day and Sun day. AOME SALOON, 2S2 Main sU LEAVE calls for Keek's omnibuses for the Faducah and Memphis and Mississippi and Tennessee railroads, or livery of any de cri ntlon, at JOS Second or 257V M alii street. 1vl K. KKCKA11RO. ROOMS AND BOARD. TniTin a pi.nui.miii and wife can obtain D a pleasant room and board by addressing AUA u . j. v., vino BEAUTIFUL rooms, with board, fumihhed or not; water and water-closets on each tloor: house new and well ventilated. Day boarders solicited. Apply at 05 Madison m. -nnnuf! AND BOARD Nice, furnished IV front rooms, with board. Also rooms for house-keeping. Also a few day boarders wanted at 112 ana in .Monroe. jyi ROOMS Good furnished rooms, with board, 200 Third' ! Alms ami Washington. FOR SALE OR RENT. (10TTAG ENeat cottage house on Hernando street railroad. Apply to XD.QUIGLEY, jy!3 At E. M. Apierson & Co. OESIdEtl.i-a handsome suDurban resi fv denee, situated on the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, at GUI's Station, 2 miles cast of Court Square, containing six rooms, kitchen and outhouses, all new, with commodious grounds and fine garden spot at tained. For terras apply at the office or the Konthem L" I ""- mpanv. apg STRAYED. horse, about 11 hlSdsliUjh, bears saddle marks. Any P.7T TTforTnatlon at August Bertonrs orse Odo Ughl gray one LOCAL rARAGllAPHS. There were only four arrests at tiie Adams-street stationhouse yesterday. Mary, queeu of Scots, was photo graphed yestenlay, the original being sculptured in butter. The camera had a good grin that "took" and held such greasy likeness. ""Wliv don't tho citv authorities or tho wharf and landing committee, abate the leveo filth?" is the question that now agitates Uie niiua oi tno meui tatinc and iieaitn-ioving iienipnian Sanitary-Sergeant Kogers has abated seven hundred and fifty nuisances during the month of July. He has discharged duty without favor, fear or affection, and merits tue approuaiion or tuis com' munity. Sanitary-Sergeant Rogers has tbo following inscription on the back of his memorandum-book: "Sanitary polico book; look out, I'll be in your back yard to-morrow.' He always comes out right, no matter where he enters. Reports received late last night state that Donovan's narrow-gauge railway had been washed away In several places bv the heaw rain last evenintr. Ve do not believe a word of it two inches of rain could not affect Donovan or his road. Durinir the month of July five bun dred and sixty-five ordinary prisoners and two hundred and eighty chain-gang culnrits were fed at uie stationnouse. The cost of feeding these municipal criminals was two hundred and ninety one dollars and fifty cents. Nothing has been ascertained about that mysterious pistol on Union street yesterday morning, which caused a William-cat to squall with harrassing loudness, and a frantic lady en aesha bitte to rush screaming out of her house, It is thought some one snot auog. The sewer in the alley back of the Worsham house has caved m, anu is now in a dangerous condition. The heavy rain vesterdav did not improve the break, and should some unfortunate in dividual be iniured by falling in the hole, the city may have to pay the dam ages. During the rain yesterday afternoon. a thunderbolt ourst irom we ruunc rrlonmlnrr lnnrU find kissed the Have' ment on Jefferson street, between Main and Front, leaving there a long black streak as an ev .Jence of terronng allec tion for the ston pavement. The latest beer saloon feature to amuse the averaze iiiempnis oeer-tip pier, is a hand-organ, the grinder of which is employed by uie proprietor at a small remuneration eacn nisnt to crind out Mary had a Little Lamb, and other favorite airs, while his customers guzzle down his lager. It wasvery late last nicht when our eood-Iookinr; observer, Knode. lniormed us that the total rain-fall yesterday was two and ninety-four one-nundredtns inches three times as much as had fallen durinir the entire month of July. One and thirty oneJiundredths of an inch fell during the storm last evening. According to the Bee, Brownsville has shipped, frombeptember 1, ibt'2, to August 1, 1S73, bales of cotton to tfie amount of twenty-two thousand two hundred and thirty-three, against twen ty-two thousand two hundred and eighty-three for the year ending Sep tember I, ib. bome lour or nvenunu- red bales will come in during the present montn. A juvenile collector yesterday en tered a doctor's office and commenced chewing a half dozen wax-matches which he tlioucnt was prepared-balsam. or some other gum affording pleasant mastication. Tne mction or ins teetn caused the matches to ignite with a sound like an exploding torpedo, and burnt tne young man's moutn so rjauiy that he is now feeding on mush. Ex perience is a severe master. The Holly Springs Reporter pub lishes uus item : "Henry wan, colored, of Holly Springs, desires information of uie wnereaoouts or nis latner, wno re- siueu three yean ago at Helena, ivrnan sas. Any information furnished by citi zens or Helena as to nis wnereauouts will be gratefully appreciated by him. Also concerning Alfred Wall, who two ears ago resided in JUempnis." The Springfield Union thinks that one of the most amusing sights is that of a pretty and elegantly dressed young lady, standing in a mud-puddle in the rear of a street-car, from which she has just alighted, and calling frantically to her pet poodle to "Come back, you aw ful thing, and let that horrid yellow dog alone," and in the next breath beseech ing the driver to wait till she can get her uarung uog." The attention of the city authorities is called to the crossing at the-corner of Main and Washington streets. This crossing lias sunK eighteen inches or more below the grade, and forms a pond of water, which works its way under the costly Kicolson pavement. Unless the locality be repaired, some in jury may result, and then who will "set tie" tue bill? it will be remembered that just right there there is a cistern, If it caves in and lets a car full of peo pie uown, wnat men" A few days ago Messrs. David P. Booth and James T.Martin, doiuir bust uess at the corner of Main and Jeffer son streets, dissolved copartnership, the latter leaving the city for the avowed purpose or visiting bt. Xouis and then going to Texas. It happens that about sixteen nun urea dollars or tne old-firm money is missing, and it is said Mr, Martin took this amount with him, Where he has gone we know not, and but little hopes are entertained by his partner of recovering the money. Last Tuesday morning, while Miss iiary uavis, oi Tabernacle, Tipton county, poured coal-oil on the fire she was kindling, for the purpose of making it Durn, tue muu seture to ner dress and tue can exploded, causinrr the unfortu nate cirl to run, terror-stricken, from the room, followed liy her brother, who vainly tried to tf ar offher ilamiuir robes, She was so badly burned that she died the following eveninc. Miss Davis, who came wim ner mother anu urotner from Sanford county, Alabama, last fall, was very mucn esteemed by ner many ac quaintances at Tabernacle, and her sad late causes general regret. The yellow, or Poplar street, cars do not run further south on Mam street than the company's stables near the corner of Beale, the change having gone into euect yesteruay. tuis cnange is made necessary by tfie extension of tho Poplar street line beyond tho old ter minus on the Poplar street boulevard. Whilst the arrangement is of rrreat ben efit to the denizens of Hunrieriatown and the immediate vicinity of the new line, it inflicts upon the South Memphi aus and Fort Pickerincites some little inconvenience in having to wait at the Main street terminus a few moments longer than heretofore. It's an ill wind, however, that blows no one good, and me latter must -wan ior tue extension or the Main street line into Fort Pickering, which we learu is in contemplation rhen it is hoped the fare will be nut down to five cents, and all will be nappy. During the terrible wind and raln storm yesterday afternoon, a white wo man attempted to cross the bayou, be tween Beale and Linden streets, on a plank which was thrown carelessly across uie swollen stream, ana wnen about half way over she either missed her footing or war thrown from the plank by the violence of the wind, and leu into tue water ueneam, wuicn nad attained a considerable depth from the rains of yesterday morning and the day previous, a young man named "Tad" Foley saw the perilous situation of the lady, and ran to her rescue, which bo accomplished by swimming somedis- ..... i.. .lug owxui nua juijjk UI, LUe time, and she would certainly have been drowned but for the accident that young Foley was looking in that direc tion when she fell from the plank, and his heroic efforts in rescuing her. We could not learn the name of the lady. Last night OfllcerBirmineham ar. rested Isaac Corwin, who has a restau rant at tne corner or becond and Madi son streets, for assaulting a cripple out cast, named John O'Brien, whose left arm is paralyzed. The cripple bled ouite freely from the head, and he was severely injured in the left side, sup posed to have been caused by a brutal kick. He was given a sleeping place at the staUonhouse.and was suffering much pain from his injuries, which may re- OUU, acriOUBiy. UJiniu nu icicmcu uu a forfeit of fifty dollars, and this mora ine annears before Recorder Winters. who will demand that sum for assault ing a helpless person. Corwin says he feu O'Brien at dinner, and that ne was nrovoked to tho deed because the boy, after cursing him, seized a brickbat to strike him. He rushed at O'Brien, and slapped him as he fled. However true this statement, it falls far short of justi fying a man in assaulting a half Idiotic and defenseless cripple, who ia fleeing. MARRIACiE OX A TRAIN. Vain Attempt of nu Avkonsn l'lnutcr to Prevent bis Wrtnjrlitcr Marry, luctho Jinn She l.ovcd. Iovo I ,n li, lis at Locks nud Bart, Guurdl- Bur, Duenas nnd All That Sort of Tblus-Tbo Old, Old Story. How Mist Hash Became Sirs, llotloms The only Thing now Needed Is the Old People's Blessing. husband is a jewel far above any earth ly estimate, and in thus enter ing upon their new life we ex tend to them our heartiest well wishes, and say to all the boys and girls, of proper age, etc., go thou and do like wise; and if there happens to be one good-looking specimen of divinity that as not yet found that one to whom she is willing to "wade through thick and thin" to obtain, she may go farther and do worse than corresponding with the Appeal's man of science. Tim STORM. I)owu Trees Sn er Tlio Bayon. There was mystery in the atmosphere me itain Descended nud the Hoods iu and about the Worsham house yes- cnme"-An immenoe omponr or terday a mystery which seemeu to per- water, meate every nook and corner beneath the roof of that one nmonir the most popular hostelries of the Bluil city, and th Hcsnit About Town-Wan Washed every one that came wiunu tue ramus of its invisible but almost supernatural influence, was taken into its toils, and the Donular mind became so impressed with the existence of something most unusually powerful in its effects, that the matter became subject of discus sion. Our man of science armed him self with a fresh package of toothpicks, as Is his custom on the first of every OUR INSANE. Kepofrt for Jnne and July rrom Dr. John It. Allen, superintendent Connly Insane Hospital. Is it Good Policy to ItamoTC tlio insane to the roorhonseT A question for tbo Ilnmane. IllTER INTELLIGENCE. The followine interestimr report from T All I .1 l!l.n.l r 1,A J, f ,-.., y-i I ai. .niieii ia iiuuuaueu iui uiu iinwiii,.- jary poe... uuu oi our citizens m muuupc mcy juua be attracted to become interested in the Phil AiUn unfortunate poor of which it treats Memphis, Tcnn., June SO, 1873, To tho Honorable County Court of Shelby County: I, as usual at the end of a quarter, besr leave to offer you, respectfully, a re port in regard to the care of your insane patients: April 1st, 10 males and 14 fe- Bonls Leaving To-Day. St. Louis ..GrtANnToWFii. 5p.m Arkansas rlver.F0BT Oiiiso.s. Ji p.m Cincinnati.... J3ei,le Vebnon....5 p m Vlcksburg Cittof Vicksuuko Si p.m New Orlenns...R. E. Lee ....fl p.m Arrivals. Mohawk - St. Louis J ulla Vlcksburg Phil Allln.... friars Point A. J. White ..-.Napoleon Belle Vernon . Cincinnati Departures. I A. J. While.... Mohawk Fort Gibson. .Sbreveport m. ionis -.Friars Point ,Jnpoleon ..New Orleans intendent, and J. P. Byrne, general freight agent of the Louisville and Cin cinnati mail line company at Cincin nati, were In Louisville on Wednesday. Aleck Waddell Ieave3 for Hot Springs, Arkansas, on this evening's train, on a business as well as a bealtn- invigoratinK trin for several weeks, and will, during his stay, keep an eye to the HEARTS AND CLUBS. Two Disappointed Lovers st Erin Get Their Shooters Beady tHl do Sot right. AUCTION" SALES. SALE OF TOWN LOT AT Erin, Tennessee, a nice little town on LUtle rwelfas thTMenYnhb and ft? came near biini the scene of a fearful traced v. vmIhHv. So near, in fact, that two disappointed lovera, wuom we Will call LUCY DEPOT, Ob Pcducah aid Memphis Eoad. In I'orl. Belle Vernon. Mary Boyd, .... 40 In hospital Admitted since, 5 males ancfil femaies Whole number during quarter. Of these have recovered, 6 males and 1 fe Of these haveTemoYeli' to poorhouse, 1 male ana b leiuaies .....- Of these have been removed by friends, 1 iemaie . Of these have died , 2 males.... Of these remain, 13 males and 13 females. Smallest number at any tlmo.............. Largest number at any time . . . Average number.- ........ Whole number lrr 17 months. Whole number restored to health and rea son The Weather nnd Itlverg. The weather since our last public in terview has been decidedly mixed. Rain has, however, been the predominating clement, anu in addition to the forty live one-hundredths of an inch of wa ter to the square foot that fell on Thurs day and Thursday night, the fall yes terday by vane measure was sixty-one hundredths, giving Memphis and th country adjacent over an incn of anua 6 distillalum. which the nlanters consider Yesterday afternoon a fearful rain storm visited the city. Several heavy thunder-claps followed vivid Hashes of lightning, and the streets at different places reminded ouo of the canals of Venice. Little damage was experienced during the heavy rain-fall, but one of its month, and was wending his way leis- consequences was the nrolv rnwnril tlin Worsham. after hav- FALLING OF A BUILDING ing "done" the Peabody rotunda, and or, more properly, tho southern wall of immediately WllCU WIUllll iuc uioiiucu lud auiiuau uiuuaj ju dcvuuu niin.,, atmosnhere in the locality men-1 north of Madison. Thi3 two-story Uoned, strangely felt the mysterious building once extended to the corner influence gradually but most perceptibly of Madison street. It was in part gathering us within its toils, so to speak, torn down and removed to make frtterine- everv nower of mind and body, room for the new Masonic tem- i.toiftrul vl'o nlwv.vs vislil. when I tip. now In viiirsn nf prention. i,c j'viutu .. "-j- - . -. .t. i - : i pressed and caning into acuou every iub souin wan gave way anu ien wiui a i ,":" T",."i:; night reported a declineof 2iuches atSt mental power not paraiyzea oy tuepre- uemenaouscrasn.snaKinguiesurrounu- r1"0 " "a?M""-'iV"? Paul: 1 Inch at Omaha-2 inches at vailing condition of things, went to ing buildings. The waU was about sey- case in such institutions, to a gradual Davennort. Keokuk S work at the enigma. We sounded entyfeet In length, and two stories high, accession oi enrome anu incurawe cases this city: C inches at Cairo-3 inches at round the clerk's desk an hour or two, Last January it cracked and came near (of whom hut a small percentage ever pXburg, and at Leavenworth u'o Mis collared two or three porters, smiled at falling, causing the occupants of the up- recover) remaining permanentresidents. f1 7 i ea JV the bar-tender, stumbled over two or stairs room to move cut. The wall for Since 1 opened the hospital I have had 7iha Ml rThn three boot-blacks and news-boys, over- tho foundation of the Masonic temple eiguiy-uve wiueuia, quite nity percent. Th 0 latest information frornother points , , -i e i lionMnn!l I 1 4i . i r , i. 1 .1 1. ., ,. I nr whom will lint-o rooirnrol n-Vi n,i twn i iLiv iu.lo. iuiui.uuuii iiumumci muiuls turned several puea oi uuBb wua MHuiujuiteniwiiiumiue uu uuuac, i will' be found in our disnatches below trunks, valises, etc., and came out minus and owing to the heavy rain the founda- or three, now convalescent, shall have wm' oe " " c a note, we Dorroweu a nunc muu u uoii 01 tue latter was soneneu uuu quantum euOlcit for present necessities. or all practical use. The indications at nightfall -were favorable, however, for more, despite the "glorious sunset," a re petition of wnicn vas noticed last night, and a voluminous description of which was given yesterday morning. The Tf !, !1 11, t l ,l,-f I u.ic.uuuuuwiui Siuuiu ueunuc. i- n ua iku iiuwci gu uiav ma uuuiuci ui i t i. ,.11 s 1 - -v inmates has been greater during thb Su?CsfJr.r"m? quarter than at any former period; not- 111,, Th i' 1 T.ioL iT withstanding PPVflnhavnhppnrPmnvpl. fidl.Iu?- T1?e . 8 iSal telegrams last iiinnnr rwipn Rnmownnr at ran ay ?itn i trtr irAiinrf man I 'horloa I art- I vi -w -w w -u"u i rl. APavi. .11. f" ,t-1,a, I "uuiu xic utcu UUi 1LU- i' iiuucu i been discrmnrod. This will rp.iph fhn Bx Teleprnph hifrhest average of recoveries ever .CaiI!.0i August 1. Night Arrived claimed by such hospitals, and to me is "J 01 vicKsourg, ht. L,ouis, 2 p.m a snurno of p-mfpfiil Bntisfnpfinn Thp Arkansas Belle. Evansville. 5 n.m expense of their care . has, no Nick Longwoith, N"ew Orleans, 6 p.m juq;ancu. . xj. jlicc, x-iew Orleans, .m.: uuyoi viCKSUUrg, VlCKSburg, m.; iMick Longwortli, Cincinnati, sarveconomicalanddiscinllnarvrenuire- P-hi-; Arkansas Belle, Evansville hash-recentacle. Su.T '.r."", r;., ments, in the way of proper buildings P-m- mverieu 4 inches. Weather clear 4i,p i.mml no if I 1 . ..... ... , , I and other annliancpn rp nilnnfpii tnimuviarm i11- " - i nipnppii BinKinf. imp ni riipm rpaniipii i .. : t I , . . . - . their proper management You will vinuinAii, August i. rtiver i leet always, however, find them a costly ' inches, and stationary, weather rainy ka! exnresses the accomplishment of a tua:r ,i,,or Ni.pv miii7i dAwn Rtnirs charity. Modern opinion has wrought trrpnt fpat but to feel as we felt, cannot fof : t;a w;i,ir, ,iDoti, B"cn a cnange in tue minu ot society in h Pxnressed bv auv of those pretty Jf ,uZ ,M,,v, -nii n regard to the nature and treatment of wnriiannrinhmspsfhftthavebeenhanded . 1- i, ' ,i Insanity as to . . j UCAICI 1J.UL til JIUllk CliU UU . 1 . 4 . . .. . . n I . . . . -- v., r, hilnl I ' . . . ... uuwh iu ua iiuui uaai n c B.n4i I street, fell with trlPiKl. nut a iresil duiiil uuuuix'auu, mmmnirvni and made another sally, and this time Ir- rrony GioncZi who keeps the bar were bent on ransacKing the ounuing room j,, the building one door north of irom jrarre- iu vcuni, uu. i"- the end. Iieanl tho wall pivinirwav. and , 1 1 11 nil; ' . - . ' ceeumguaii waj ut moi 1 miormed steps, we espieu in tue moving mass ue- jjing neath an individual, his nps iignuy Elept m the Becomj 8tory, They closed, with his lorennger presseu, out up to their rooras and as they burst uervousiy, over mo wandering about in the crowd as 11 nipncpdsinkinir. One of them reached searching for a place to deposit some- for Ua stovepipe hat on the wall, which thing or great value. 10 scream -jure- seemed to leap from his grasp. Seeing A TREMENDOUS CRASH, and warm. 10 arrivals or departures except icoai pacKets. iTTSEuitG, August I. River 6 feet insanity as to demand for them peculiar 5 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy consiuerauon, unce regarded as demons, "uu urxivaia or uepar- dumreons and chains were nrnviilnil fnr I tures. , , t .. ,1.. . 1 T ..... . a . i "t TIT 1 , 1 , tuem. jsoy?, as those most sadlv strict- OJ-- -uuuio,-".ugusi 1. yy earner ciouuy en, demanding a double care, mental auu warm, jtuver iaiung, with 74 feet and todily, tenderly appealing to every ,l airo. Arrived: uapitoi City, 'icks- humanizmg emotion of a christian peo- L'eparieu : JJene xuemphis, Mem puis. ANEW cloudy Orleans, August 1. Weather anu showery. ilercurv 87 No arrivals or departures. vicksbubg, August l. The weather is sealed lins. on getting within reach of which we collared their owner and marched him into the presence of two "shooilies" and drew our lead ou ;him, and proceeded to swear him. He swore well, and by the aid of another shoofly rirrht under the nose, those lips were un sealed, from which poured lorin THE FOLLOWING STORY, which, for cleverness in its execution and happy result, we think eclipses any thing in the way of runaway marriage scrapes tnat ever came to our snowi- CUC. I'" ""i uuuuiuj. nnciuHHUiiunuiiii!, J.UB COS! There lives at or near Forest City, in a loss of seven hundred dollars to the Ridpratinn Arkansas, a gentleman by the name of owner. The building belonged to John nlace a nionev valup on mpntni honWh St-Louis. Nash, than whom there is no cleverer Overton, and If, even at an extravacant outlay, a Evansville, August!. The weather man in tne oiaie oi juiwaiisu, ur auv- tite tiamaops balm can hp oiTprpd in n "min,! rliVo;,- is Clear and warm. Mprniirv sn tn on0. where else. He is an old citizen, who, sustained will be fifteen hundreddollars.ed,"abrighteninggleam poured in upon Kivcr has fallen S inches. Business Dy careiUl management, bquare ueauug, rpiiP linsptnpnt. wall nf Hip Alnsnnip fpm. thebrooilincrpnnlnf npnsivpmplQT,nl,ol UUU. Un: Babbaceand lmrtrps. 5? n m etc., has surrounded himself with con- ple with a section of lloor-ioists. about a fragrant and refreshintr banauet iSnm Roberts and barges. 12 noon. seven feet in area, was knocked down bought and bound to the withered bosom Little Rock, August 1. Weather and buried under the debris, tho whole of beauty, once the home of gladness clear and pleasant. Mercury SS". River presenting an unsightly appearance, and joy, now so sad and crushed, who falling, - leet 2 inches in the channel, .1 , i 1 . . , I ...1.1 L. .. e . , . . I I "NT ...innlo n. .1 i rtui'i uie ;iixiuuui u lariru uumuer wi nuuiu uu iuuuu a ueuu toceneiousemo. i,u ' ueuanurea. people visited the place. Some think tions as to complain? Such are the nur- LouisviLLE.August 1. Riverstation the foundation wall of the Masonic tern- poses of all well-ordered insane hospitals. ary with 4 feet 6 inches in canal and tho brickbats falling in every direction, and bruising O'Connor's head and shoul ders severely. A lawyer, in a room iv, i.io uoii. iau 6" "- pie, tuey nave elicit eu a public sym- wirt win, aw muu uutcu, nnrnv ni rnp nrnnflpsr mnnillppTinp roriunaieiy no one was luiureu, out Institutions planned bv nraetical both of the young men lost all of their h pads. Tp.irpd W rV-hipiI arpi.itppt clothing, trunks, and personal efl'ects nrlnmpii lmrinr tVin nirinn f by the unioreseen, extraordinary disap- taste and presided over by the learned cloudy and warm. River falling. No pearauce oi tneir rooms, i wenty-nve and devoted, are almost even-where to boats up. Down: Katie, United States, cuuttiiiK-ijves, a iul oi ueus, leauiera, pe found, appreciative monuments to OI -cteiena. bed-spnngs, and miscellaneous articles the advanced and advancing civilization Shbeveport, August 1. River has Wiionging to Jci. x. ainnott, anu stored of a cultivated and practical benevolence mllen 3 inches. Weather clear and m tne punning, were ruined, involving The cost has become a secondary con- pleasant. Arrived: Florence, New Or- .1 -.1 Tl . . . . I I nn nn I.A,.n.inJ . T11 l J.L were soraiu. inueeu. to lcau3 j-'cijaiicu; ut-nu ui oureveporr ' ' i ii, t : .. siderable of this world's stull, and is what is commonly termed in very good circumstances. We will add here that in the accumulation of his wealth he has preserved a reputation unsullied, and those that knew him in the hum bler walks now love him, for the fact that the smiles of fortune have never estranged him from his old associates, One of the members of Mr. iN ash's lam ily was a daughter, in whom the old gentlemen stored tbe greater part of the comfort of his declining years. She was beautiful and accomplished, had pie gave way first, and the earth follow ing caused the old building to fall. The accident was not the result of the wind, anu uiu after and a just public sentiment has decided tuat no others are worthy of occupancy. I have been casually informed thatan 2 feet 6 inches in chute. Weather warm and pleasant. Arrived : Camelia Memphis. Departed: Camelia. Cincin- not occur until half an hour insane hospital is now about completed nati.. The C. B. Church cleared for iur me reception oi my cuarge on theA,l;w "neaus tuis evening; sne lost -4 the heavy rain. poorhouse grounds, a few miles in hours aground in the canal. which sent small streams of water down the country. I shall be glad to know Nashville, August 1. River rising, the streets and alone: the culverts, it, provided it comes un. in its 2 feet 10 inches on the shoals Jno am- Weather Probabilities. WASHINGTON. D. C. Autrast 1. For the northwest and unner lake rerrion and thence to Missouri and the lower ren4. re"i and cultured in style Insome localities' the water was too deep arrangements to the established stand- Weather cool and pleasant. ucuiuuk luespiicic m nuiou uci rareuia nr n ps nans tn irwa nnif mnro than am OI SUCH nstnh liahmpnta. Aa o ,!- I VJ1S or Uenarturps. tirouuiyureameu aue suouiu move; auu one lair lady found herself compelled to zen or this great county, I, for one, now, at the acre of sixteen, the old neo- rnmnln in th tnrp in -u-iiioi, oi,p ma slml! hp rrpntiv mrvrt;no,i ;f r.i I . ' , 411," W UllZ J T HW I O J II IUUUU yic uc;ui uaouijj; auuui iu iiieu uiiiiu a irauing. i "behind the times" in this great chari eye, ii not who sne snouiu, certainly T3IE BAYou ty. I shall most cheerfully transfpr Tl'l,,, Llm Ql,nlrl nnl , ,-, r, y-r-i r it i,, ,in( I ... , .... ... it , . . " " I . . ..uum us,uC ouuu.u UUv uicu.j. was boon iuu anu tuunoered iiKe a wild tuose uuuer my care to a place of more Ohio vallev, rising barometer ncrth- ural to suppose that it was less dillicult mountain torrent. On its foamimr sur- comfort aud better treatment than T enstprlv nn.ln.ithSpstpri!,,! L Jace could be seen chicken-coops, have afforded them with my imperfect cloudy weather and local rains, clearing nendafTPS of hniicplinld pnnwnipnpw 1 I WAS 11311 ell AmlArr:iapil in iha avn. I TTnr tlinl..irr,lnV i n Willinc: their darline Should ha.Qti1v hnrripd fmm Mm frrncn nf Olltioii of vnnr nrdor Sn rm.l in I i nu: 5n ' "rI embark on life s journey. We are not owners. In one or two back yards on transfer of a part of my patients to the cooler and clearing wpnfhpr' fniinwp,! ui the bayou the water rose so ranidl v that poorhouse. I did not wiidi to be accused risin? tpmnpratnrp. nlnniUnoes mi nnnn.i ji . .--! I ;,f ii, ;t ,. :, . . ; . vuucu tuitacuo wc uiuivum, x. crip- I v imuwiug iuiu juui warns bUCU SUO a life-pabtner pled rooster, two rats and an old jecta only a3 were most troublesome to In whom thev would be well-nleased. lamy cat wereseen floating on a plank, me, and who I knew would prove a but the story goes to show that one had . , s , k .aga,ust Union street great nuisance to you. I supposed.how to select from the many of her suitors those that were not considered worthy of her hand, than one with whom they ouid be informed lected as to whether they had se- sional local rains, For the eastern culf and south Atlantic estates, iaiung barometer, higher tern peraiure, southwesterly winds, cloudy been spotted in whom they saw no fa- JridSpi and disappeared under the rag- ever, that the most passive was the only weatheraud occasional coast rains in the vor, and as Is nearly always the case ,ui -" negro oaoy neany iwo raa uere prepareu to accommo- lormer. tchviftocnnn nnp i,oo ni00ri years old is said to have been drowned date. The lanre maioritv of tlm insnnp. Fnr ihn mid.lio tn(, cr,ii,.,.i.. fined this particular individual was the in the bayou. It was missing soon after although generally quiet and controlla- and northwesterly winds, partly cloudy ideal of the daughter's happiness. In .u.le Pld rue beguu in the tur- ble, are subject to paroxisms of excite- weather, with local storms near the him she realized all her fancy painted D"V' wuwe ueiguuuniuou """"i auu uneu oi violence, coast. went fishing for the lost infant They may not be vicious, but what her heart could love, iu whom she The maternal ancestor gave the keenest noisy aud mischievous, destructive to slightly cooler and cloudy weather, with could repose that confidence aud esteem S1SUS ,of, anguish. Her lamentations clothing and furniture, and damaging to occasional rains. so necessary to happiness (we are told) echoed above the roar of the tempest, their apartments, and generally damag- Telegraphic reports are missing from in marital uie. unis young man's name u...c iuchcu aunuiw cwuc. ., unug tuese ine extreme nortnwestand southwest, is Bottoms, and we are informed is a u"4ve" ov l"e auey-way oa f mey require a Kind anu degree Movement or Boat V'1" "e" uuu east oi inira ui muugnuieiit uu control wnicn im- The levee vesterdav nrpupnted n dpnl street was washed away bv the water, agined you were not read v to undertakP. LiJ.r!?. uecl worthy, industrious, promising young iTinn nnd r.irtninlr fmm lliDm.rnon.l I ancct Wiia tvasueu awiv )V IUG water. UKIUCU vuu tteie linr reauvini 1( prtnRp. .I. H.. i.-ii . - j .. i," . XZZ T" JKr r:UX: i7,rb " leavinL'thocrossintr almost' lmmnl.l But for these consldernMnna f rnTiTt ury auu macuve appearance, and ucbdlUlUWUu UCICIUUCU Wil lUlO UVW n,l , , . , , X I , -.. - . ., . , . , , . , I ThP InPnlirtr Wnc iinrtilari nmlcnniai am. RAnr !l fdnr mnro A ... 1 1 T T him as nriR timt will .in tn tip tn Ti,p age done cellars and basements by the me if I confess I felt s parents were not siow to discover tne , "? " v, ' , v"11 1 b , ,Y me uruer; urst creat cotton mart of thp smith t. i - i.! i .i i,.- i , OUU linrla nf thp nUv hlnmn . I K mnpli tn flint T 1,,... b.lc",' -uiwu IIIUIl 01 tue bOUlH ueui ui uuaiiis uytci:u lue iwu, auu I . , , TT . , ' w . tucui mia LT'ieT.!,it our daily receipts exceed those of tL immediately the old people's heads went to work to break up the match, and even resolved to send the daughter away in hopes that thus an estrangement might be brought about, and probably new and more favorable attachments spring up at least in the daughter's affec tions. As for Bottoms, it ia presumable they had no care for him whether new attachments took tho place of the old. or whether his heart clung to its first love until it was wrecked and broken in disappointment the plans were laid, iits, u ci, cuu a jui, uaiiunj u eecuiiu- cousin or the Nash family, was selected and a very large one uprooted at Brink- ley couege. PERSONAL. IIO I'UOOUC, rather than xr. -i j i t r,..i i i i , viicaua uuu nave iur u weet nasi. fuuuiu uuve urouoseu. i rri.rt -c t,.. .1 . , . cop tt ; ti .J-"c iuaij ji. jrue, uuvvu uiKut ueiore im vi.c. uu., wijaio lost, had flOO tons. T ia Mnhtiwl-mwl The , V ??.:0 til evening without adding much. a-nd a pon (ne dence among unfortunate paupers an- E SZ S There is a valuable letter at the Ap peal office for Judge Foute. Congressman P. M. Dox. of Hunts- ville, is at the St. Nicholas, New York, u " ' ' riVed Wlth 77 207 sacksof eed, witbHenryPage,ofLittleBock. ' S10 ,iL t-J6,-Mh going back at night.with "flyi n5i7i. , time" trips, caused by therain, of course. Lebauou,who.wouIdhave.beennamed ,ement t'l'lJy.t Ul? Ohio, larboard,, but wasn't left-handed. as thev will soon hav a iToiiV ntf tiTX' "ro"LaV" l0 01 lleWh anu relurns General Kennedy, of South Caro- own, where, no doubt, you will provide LoTf-" aily, was selected Una. a comrade of Genpml Fi,prn,. for t hpirnmnpn kA ?aJs-" rjaies 01 cotton and 100 to escort the young lady to the point many a tented field, is at the PpahmK- in nvprv wv-. f,cm,:m toa? 01 scrap-iron. TheUIencqe was due uesignatediorhertoremainuutilthelove ColonelSaji Tate returned tothe Commending again these unfortunate v L r i , , , , Ufi , i I'eaDouy ov sicKuess bv no means dan- uon) 1 ami ei respectfully, uays tnat om people will do so, out thev JOHN Tl Al.T.EX do, and in nearly every instance r.n T m ,1, Superintendent Insane Hospital. uieresuii w as wiui uie case hvipnVn hi. V.T.V 77,""w" "li""'.,","' r- Accounia between us accom- oi miss iNash. The day set for her :r rr""?5" '" ".ui"i .,L pany this reriort. departureshe, in charge of her supplemp curt, iiir. narrow, coi on tne tram a . :" . v . . uw.&....u. j- 'PLEMENTAKY beport. ney and a safe return Forest City, comiuir toward Memnhis. They occupied two seats, facimr each other, but the vounrr ladv soon asked tn many have her seat changed, as she preferred went to sleep the other day his head is to ride facinc the direction from which always level and was robbed while sit- she was traveling, and in complying t,ug iu his chair, of a fine gold watch with her request Mr. Barrow thouchthe anu cnain, at ijyncnuurg. discovered tears, bbe wanted to give Ocr esteemed friend, Mr. JohnH. veui .to ner tears unseen, tnougut iur. Liewis, leit yesterday to visit his father, Barrow, and after arrancimr her seat as Colonel Georce T. Lpwis. nf ArnArinn. comrortable as he was able under the vine. We wish him a pleasant visit tuiiuuiBiuucra, m oruer mai sne I among nis many mends. uiigui ieei morj seciuueu ne turned his own seat back to hers, and sat down, giving himself up to tlioughts of Eh temnte states toithta , wrV his own-not even venturing to look to- fJ S Mffl. hi'i). Since handing in the above report, I General Busiirod Johnson-, whom uav. delivered over to the " Poorhouse" any of the boys about town remember, authorities twenty-one insane persons tain James Bowlin commands, and Mr, and expected last night, and the great R. E. Lee will be down to-night for New uneans. Boats to Leave. The Grand Tower. Cantain Lennox. departs at live o'clock this afternoon for Cairo and Bt. Louis. The regular Arkansas river Daeket Fort Gibson leaves at sharp five o'clock this evening for Pine Blufl, Little Rock and all points on Arkansas river. Cap- under an order from your honorable J. S. Jones is cheif purser. body at its present term. This was done One of the moat popular boats of the una uay. j. discharged, at the same Anchor hue, the fine steamer City of i.mc, luiauicmi, eigui,;iuree naving i vicKsourg, is to-days pacEet lor Helena been admitted since the first of the and Vicksburg. Aside from being a monin, giving me twenty-niue during first-class boat, with first-class accom tue niteen oays ouuiy. i have had un- modations, she is officered by some of uer my supennienuency ot your insane the cleverest gentlemen on the river. eiKuiy-uve patients, iorty-seven of Captain R. K. Riley commands, and G wnom IiiiVR rwnvopw nml I l.o,.,,nr.l I I." tl,,lr, i.:r t. i. . l , A,. . i t, , , . . . , i " .... j ...... m.mu i a. ah, i., ,o viiici iiuioci. ouc icuves at letter received from Rabbi Rob- of no rpcurrpnnp nf thp ii,.oqp in I iii- ,,.. i i r r- . . . i l - . . . 1 - - -v uu uuvuuv J" MUJ I OlA Kt biUA IMiO C V CUllifcla eit oamueiu, oi meiiainstrcet Jew-1 otipho dlsnhArvpfi iw mo I mm rnetoaf cfnomar in tr,a n uvuii-n vumu uo ucaiui ia t'l v i j- 1 1 1 a 1111 w . fiiir RnrTniromnnr not'tiirr i inorr h. i ,nn tiotout nDintnn nri ward his fair charge for fear of intruding "" 1 'C ""i ? SM..?? .1 eve'?g for himself unon those sacrpfi tpira rtmi i t i t 7 iciiuaeu iu uie, viciiauurg, iuicuez auu mewuneans, thVnobl rSt ufTrr has been for some Ume. andto claim for myself a conviction of and that fact southern tourists mayrei prompted him to such a tender resrard . V' A' WI,rA3If anuii.itimbrough, ""viugperiormeu to ine oest oi my ami- ly upon, it is not necessary for us to of the vounir trirl'a feelinc and Iciinu-- MKansas; v. i. x ercy, w.T. Jicuuee "j. "V "uura 1,1 lue i,reiuise.s. me re- say mat captain cannon is in com.' Ing all the circumstances of Barents ?nu John, ?' It0ue MPPi; - uiff.in 1ue's ty my patients honestly mand, nor that John Mossop is her exauuer iVicKinstry, Alabama, and W. 1'rovo mar. our euorts nave been reward Louisville railroad interests, Hews nrlfl. TllP Ht TlllTci Tin-ttio Adu.1D 11, .,f t,-.-V..T .. . 7 -""'" "fc?.t."'"'"" REEVts Aim T.iviirv with ten tons of freight. hat evidently eacbi Bee,kinS Ue Wood of the other, On JFrWay, AllgUStStll, is a typographical error, and should wen 1 eo iur as 10 piace tneir nana upon have been ten thousand tons. The same their rear pocket that portion of their paper says the Glencoe and the Tt K unmentionables so well and so often Lee were loaded to their full capar-ity. patronized by lovers in tho eamepre When she left, the latter was drawine dicament and but for the pre-arranged, cigut it-ei, auu nau loriy passengers. """P" She will get as many more here. .... Tho TIMELY interference Future City took the barges of the Cres- of tho town marshal the obituary col cent City from Cairo to St Louis The umn of the Appeal to-day would have weoigeu yoii wuiuouuiie93 Jeaveat coniained the notice or a luneral in T , , j I,,Ut t.i. Tr,.l t.. .m I Ut. . 1. T -1 T 1 r clerk of the John Gllmore writes that a ily. but the cood officer Internosed. as J-B , man who shipped at Cairo, on Thursday, we learn, and prevented the shedding of Twelve miles north of Memphis, on the Don as a rouster. disappeared from that boat much blood, and arrested both the chiv- fanEtate,inoneor the nnest neighborhoods at three o'clock on the morning of July alrous chaps, who for months had each "heiby county. 25th. His name was unknown. He been paying the most devout attention a wneurttauon was on watch on the forward part of the to Miss M L , the daughter of a X trke barbecue and a SMehi Tram tow, and it is supposed that he fell over- judge well known there, and took the on the Railroad, for the benefltof m who uuaru wiine wanung oacs toward the wuuiu-ue siayera to the verandah of the I boat. He was a large man. twentv-five railroad hotel, where, under the blue I For further Inrormation apply to to thirty yean, old, long hair, dark eves, canopy of heaven, the sittinsr magistrate E. w . ti and had on a check shirt and white of the beautiful town of Erin heldthe in- TR'RZRVAXT A- C.CI nlni,it, l.of rrt.. l-1 T ri hrncMnolinn ,t.,-:n l.Jv. 1. i iiil . -v.j diwuwu uai iuuisu a uvula wwgwHuu, uuuug v iiiun lit; urougut to I Jvl3 Anellocrv. jjuuitvun tmyai --xueoaivor anu tugs are I ""e ur two ueciueuiy intereaung uuiu iu service iu wusuiug tue ceil 01 LOVE LETTERS E SlZS t" the belligerent,, copies of which WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC SjSlXjS SETEXTY-FrKE I RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS LOTS At the depot called. In honor of the daughter of the President of the road. E. W.CALDWELL. XIME. umonues were 1 , i, v,.. r.i ..i.ft.t.i : . to send a "salvor" down to the landing tu" .-HTT&-Kr55 J2 tl,P cli.inp nf ll.o IITlnnt.iii.,. If ...tfrU I uv i.u.ww jvuiuiuiucn it IUO miU VUWJ1JU " p " "TY.. encraaed and our rpsnpnr fnr thn fnmiw in her boys, and "squirt" off the accumu lated yeilow-jacK. and cholera that Is five feet deep there .The Henry Ames was to have left St. Louis last night for New Orleans. This is one of the boats upon which travelers can enjoy them- of the young lady; but suffice It to say uiBv weru DXGELY INTERESTING, and were the cause of much merriment I and dlvera remarks bv tho nssemblpd selves The Ulencoe is. coming down crowu 01 railroad boys, who sat there witu a iouneen nunureu ton cargo and I "iu uie open porcn anu listened to forty people .Two hundred tons of the 'heir reading as well as the evidence, R. 15. Lee's freight is through at 15c per Pr0 and eon. of the affair. The cwt and 30c per barrel on flour, and the magistrate, after carefully listening other four hundred tons for way points 10 lrje several witnesses brought at 3UC per cwt. and boc per barrel for irwaxu uy eacn pany, anu weighing ail flour. Cantain Cannon refii.opil nvprlthe testimony in his evenly-balanced three hundred tons, o win z to the low mind.and not fearing the dire vengeance stage or water below at Louis, because, 01 uy journalistic uenas, tneparuesin nerhans. he wanted to r.ivp rnnm fnr a tereated might have located in the se- farge lot here The Keokuk Northern eluded spots of Mississippi, he bound L line have divided their steamers at the one of the would-be killers over in the L lower rapids -The barge company oum 01 e r ni x : i -v- j-i I ifnnnfactoers of the Celebrated AND DEALERS IN Tiles Cement, Plaster, Hair, Fire Bride an Clay, Hay, Corn, Bran "No. 318 Trout Strest UQUOES. VAOCASO. carry freight from St. Louis to New Or- FIVE hundred dollars leans at 15c for pound lots and 30c for to keen the neace airainst all nersons. flour...A passenger on the Mollie JEoert and his jealous rival In narticular. The was robbed of one hundred and eighty young lady who the innocent cause of uoiiara at uairo by a teiiow-passen- the war sat in her window and heard ger, who was caught and the the entire court proceedings, was, of money recovered....Kegarding the course, much amused, and resolved Keokuk Northern line's division of mentally to treat the first of the twain boats, Thursday's St. Louis Democrat who called upon her to a bucket of hot says: "The following boats will be ashes or a pail of dishwater the moment Kept below the rapids: Clinton, Su- he placed hi3 hand upon the door-bell. penur, rioriuwesieru, auu, oi course, i uiuh wm can nrst, iteevea or iian- S. VACCAEO. the Andy Johnson and Rob Roy. Hie Davenport will be put in order, and run hence to Louisiana in place of the Bav- ard. Above the rapids will be kept the uuouque, Jiiinaeapons, Minnesota, lied Wing. A. Mitchell, Belle LaCrosse, Rock Island,Mu3catine the last named being repainted."....The Belle of Shreve- porc was oni- nine days out irom Kt Louis to Sbreveport That "spider" item excited the wonder of all the steamboat agents in the city yesterday ior tue reason, pernaps, tnat tney nave all had their "Hy-ume" for a month Bird says the Bplfast is too large for the Arkansas. That is what they used to say about the Exporter before she cleared twenty thousand dollars on one trip rrom t ort amith to New Orleans. Bird will have his joke, even if he is compelled to go hungry Administra tor Lewis, of New Orleans, says that the business season for 1873-74 drawing near, the batture and wharves must be repaired, so as to secure free and unobstructed deposit and ahan? STEAMBOATS. FOR CAIRO AND BT. LOUIS. Memphis and SU Louis Facttet Company For Hickman, Columbus. Cairo and 8t. Louis. Dieamer uit-vnii luwtlt, m ' Lennox mnsii. , , Leaves as above THIS DAY. Aonnn 5 o'clock p.m. am au. STORM. Treasurer. FOR NEW ORLEANS. For Vicksbure. Natchez ami Neur nr-lrano btr. R. . LKi; J. w. Cannon, master J- H. Mfrssnn !prlr This palatial passenger steamer r " x. will leav as above ,saC AJ-y. x. gun Ml, Ht o p.LLl. JOHN T. WASHINGTON. Acent. au3 4K Madison street. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis nnd Arkansas Klver Packet Co. United Stntea Kali line. For Pine Bluffand Little Bock and aU points I,. ,., ... . t.-,... . 1.1. transportation of freight to and from the Str. port hlso.v lames Bowlin, master lanumgs, as iar as tne means placed at V ,uu?v' ,muiiuiaii tne disposal 01 uie department for the bureau of wharves and landings will permit The stage of water in Galena river is better now than for fifteen years past, at tne same season. .....The follow ing are the St. Louis rates south: To New Orleans pound freight per 100, 20c; flour per barrel, 40c; potatoes and apples per barrel, 50c; nay per 100 pounds, 30c. Way points pound freight, 30c: flour, etc.. 50c. No chance In Karrra l!na rataa 4Viot a 1 .r nnw T fVl ouc per Darrei iiour 'lne oooy 01 Mrs. Springle, the lady who was drowned by tne sinKing 01 me m-iated steamer Jen nie Howell, was found near Casevville. and interred at that place. The unfor tunate woman was on her way from Vicksburg to Evansville at the time of the accident .The Robert E. Lee leaves for New Orleans this eve ning The Glencoe, Captain Belt, August 2d, at 5 o'clock cm. JOHN N. HAKBIN. An-ent. nil.. ,n Com panv's Wharfboat, foot of Court treet. FOR CINCINNATI. "OLD RELIABLE" Memphis and Ohio Klver Packet Co. ror Cairo, lxraitvnie and Cincinnati. iielle Vernon, JBS. Kennmtnn ,,,, iieaves as aoove this day. Antnstai. at wii. iur uciku.ui ptuuge apply to J- jj. uuuu a: co. Agents, aw Front st. FOR CAIRO, LOUISVILLE. CINCINNATI neeiegani passenger steamer . 'J-'urner, W.J.Rusk master IA-D.Cn iieaves SU5UAY, August Sd, at 8p.m. ., Agent, z uuoit mocK, Importers and Sealers In WINES, LIQUOBS AND CIGARS, No. 321 Front Street. - Memphis. INSURANCE. BLUFF CITY INSURANCE CO., (Fire and Marine,) No. 203 Main st.3 Memphis, Tes k., July 7, 1K3. JC3r"TheBnaTTi of Tfrfintr,rt r,f tfaUt Cmnw., has this day declared a dividend of five per cent- and ordered It to bo credited nn thn stock notes of the stockholders. ITS W.f retary. PLANTERS FLEE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., OFFICE IK COMPACT'S BUILDIXG, 41 IVI ADIS03J S 17. B. B. aul 1IIT.T P.i corner i'roruenaue and Jefferson Ft. FOR VICKSBURG. Hempbls anil St. Lonla Packet Company Owen G. Gates clerk, leaves to-day for For Helena y$gj' VleSsbcrs D. T. PORTER, President. D. H. TOWNSEND, Tlce-Presldent. W. A. GOODMAN, Secretary. . G. LONSDALE, Jr., Ass't Secretary. DIRECTORS : D. H. TOWNBEND, G. V. RAilBATJT R. A. PIN SON. W. Tj RADTORD M. D. JOHNSON, 1). T. PORTER, C. J. PHILLIPS, A. J. WHITE, N. K. 8T.KDQE. R. COFKIV. M. J. WICKS, ti. F. McNUTT, O. H. JUDAH, S. H. BROOKS, a. kihnmais. feas INLAND AND MARINE INSSJRAHCE. rsew uneans regarding the seizure of theDeSmet at Benton wo find the following in the Sioux City Journal of Saturday: "The steamer Uebmet was detained at Benton, on the charge of il legal selling of whisky, for thirteen days. Proceedings were not instituted against the boat until she was ready to clear for below. Captain LaBarge went to Helena, something over two hun dred miles distant, to settle the case, and after being heard by the judge, he received orders for the uncon ditional release of his boat, and instruc tions not to pay the parties who had caused nis detention a cent. The cap- sir. city; of vicksburg. jt R. K. RUey .r rtvjn Yugusi a, at 0 pan. '. aiur aul Al. IORM. Treasurer. FOR 8T. FJSANCT8 RIVER. BEUULAIt ItESDAT PACKET For all WayXjinutrifSon IheBIssIsslnnl w nricuii, ju aiikiuu7i so oarianna. and fit. Francis Klver to WltUbnrf;. TOTAL ASSETS T. K. Howmaa Master I Sam rain Clerk Will leave Memphis as above EVERY TOES- U i , UI. II U C1UC1L pUU. For freight or passaze apply 00 hoard, tilt CHEEK LINE. I. LrmiytAnCVBB PUT CO. a ua. uiivun, m. a asa n M uaus flajiVlCVU nant over the allair, detention was a damage to the boat of eignt thousand dollars, it was reported that the boat was to be seized on a like charge at Cheyanne, but she reached this city without further trouble...;..The i? rank Beck, says Wednesday's Vicks- and the Heeds. UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON. Str. A. J. White, JIBIS. It. 1 nppr 1 , mrutzf-r. Leaves TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS at 5 pjn r SHIPPERS AND OTHERS DESIRING to effect Inland and Marine Insurance, I can now offer the PACIFIC MUTUAL INS. CO, OF A'KW TORK, $1,021,091 59 She does no Are business. Her standine is not anlv"flrst-clAa'Mn thn United States, but In Europe. CARKINQTON MA SOW, AGENT, 0 ",dlsou Street. GIN FEEDERS. THE LONE STAE COTTON-GIN FEEDERS. fore-last, had one more nassentrer after sno arrived than she landed with. The mother's name is Mavbin. and she re sides on Sunflower river. We had a no tion toiuterviewthenewpassencer. who was sun on tne ooat last evening, but we concluded he was not quite ready to receive company yet, for all points on White. Little Red and Rlaok rivers, anu receipting tnrougn ror rrelcht. x or ireigm or passage apply on Board or to lelO GEO. W. CHEEK. SUDt. No.26S Front street. Advertise your business in the Holly and frida; eprings jucporter. FOR FRIAR'S POINT AND BENDS Memphis, Helena and Friar's Point Line. Bteamer riUL allin. Jamos iee Mtfj iieaves iieraptus MONDAY. Wtu.NluA .1, at o o cjock p.m ana rau'l W. Z. Mitchell's school,303 Third st. Point everv Tnesdav. Thnrsdav and Ha.tnrrlav. tt. AW W V1UVJL H.III. r or rrelzht or passage apply on hoard. DRY GOODS. Waqqener. 2S8 Main street, has the raSSKTo? DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! kuuus iicsu iiuui me nanus oi tne im porter. sendinc her awav from all shn Iovp.1 on Nuance, uino bam Tate. Tennessee: AI- MCF0""1! wm nuu on inquiry to purser, everybody knows that the. Lee aeuuiin, uer away irom au sne loveu on ,,,, TirTrt,,cr a f.,1,0,.. w nrovo that nnr ofTfirf a liot.Q )ar. i. .,1- rn oT,,fii.. 11 .i eartn, made mm, whatever m lent ue iv ouji .iiauuiuo, uou ".i . , V, 1 , JUu 0ku,ciuuj nuuui iubb his own feelines on the subiect extend -aionsarat, iventucity.are at the i'eabody e" "J.a" luat 13 expected irom sucu in- two popular gentlemen, liet your rooms JV?P " . hotel. stitutlons. in time. 11s Aid iuc iuuiiuuuuu ui every I sat. and nn went fh tmln fn. oflicoof Mr.Littletou. onMad son street. " salucI0.JU vuauSo inaue, ami uapiaiu jacK omitn, weu Known au ward est occurred leaving City, conversation round a party fill 1 nn Huff f siiowl 41m mti-t Kash she sitting with her hand resting outline. Powers never surpassed this The Southern Express Company have Pon ,u,tl Tra,thf r lose ,hla bell-ringing o-irplf-Mlv in thn lmnii nf n mntUmnn artifct In butter, thoneli ho used Parian reduced their ratps fnr frpllir mvr f h hand than John's services. Jue Is an sinniinir nr. iipahio i.r tnnf fr Tinr. or Pentilican marble, in dpfinlnr? with Memnhis nnd nhnrlpsfi.n miirnari in indispensable piece of the Lee's furni- row jumped to his feet and with pression of most extreme astonishment demanded an explanation of tho partyj and two or three at once becran tellinc repieseiiuiuim ui una womuu uvwuiuue Antl-bilious Bitters, Indo-Americana, is in this, or perhaps in any country. It the only thing selling now everywhere iuuvcw aiv. nunijcrtiuuj uniuu uukii I iur me cure 01 nver disease, may sav of tho fair, but unhannv aueen. we know now that butter woufdn't melt Economy Forgentlemcntosendtheir in her mouth. What's her name, and spnnganusummerciothuiKtobecieaned where's her home that of the good or dyed and repaired, to Hanson & Its destination. Kothinc of inter- yesterday, to see the wonderiul work of ;,"ru , ,7 t. .. -"v"""Yv11t"'. " .i" """B "Ulu uuiimuefauu puot, until a few moments after the sculptor's art wrought in frozen Q "..T., Sl oi uie siar-pzera on tne uoiiie . the fiiBt staUon east of Forest Jitter. There was never anything like "rrfnl. L, M fJ fclf S "FJS 5,ag" iL" , when Mr. Barrow, on hearing some K xirjsausas nousewiie ausoiuteiy Ti.Tr ? "T7.n inn "r.r. . , , Ul"clu just behind him, turned takes a spoon and knife, and conforms Tu "f h, "."."r llaa"2lJ ."f"?P!2. .s.eco?" S1"? on In his seat, when right there stood the shape of butter to that of one's face " " " mYohn - ax TtR- llcu" ,lue aZu!y wueu Hue ie,t ou, of people-ladies and centlemen. and features, even preserving the ex- Surrintendoit 6f insane HoS tsi- "ea -own in tne r.i nrpssinn. nst -ts-pll na norfopf npnnrnptr nf . OUlce Ol me Xi. XU. JLiGC. Ua Dial II Ijan- what was taking place, when he heard one of the party say those terribly im- preaeive worus: "l PRONOUNCE YOU MAN AND WIFE; whom God hath joined together," etc., which conveyed to him but too vividly that one of the deepest-laid deceptions had been practised upon him ever before attempted upon mortal man. He eat down In his seat, dumb with astonish mentchanging theseatthat she might weep in secret, those tears for which he had such reverence there was the whole scheme in a nutshell. could not ofler a word. The party re mained on the train until it rpjiphp.1 ifa terminut atHopefleld, when they came over to the city about nine o'clock Thursday night, and took rooms at the Worsham house, where thev remainpd during yesterday. This young lady has exhibited a devo tion and courage that is most deserving ! of praise and admiration, and to her! ex- penect accuracy mo outlines 01 human very low llgure very little above rates lr.ic -"""i, ul lu,s . forms and faces. The "Mary, Queen of by the freight trains. .CKVi ,ur vy 1111am, 01 tue uraiton, win ' I Scotts," in butter, was photographed wave &t. lkjuis 10-uay ior umciunati, to yesterday, and is the best, most life-like DR. BDCIIIONAKI'S inspect Dumont's towboat Dictator, representation of this woman overmade AnH.hiiinna TOtf Tn,i.imo. : with a view or purchasing her for the wife who "sculpt" the butter? ATTENTION, EPICURES. "JVM UU ICUiiUCUj LU XAAitOVil Ub Walker, 216 Second street, for they niaae a specialty or mat Kind 01 work. The Holly Springs Reporter controls Come unto me, all ye that are hungry ?, Wlu,er nnuence and a larger circuia- nnd thirsty, and I will administer unto .u .luan any paper puonsneu in i.orm your wants as no other man can do. My aiississippi. tables are loaded and my tariff is light. land yo will find rest while ye eat. Take iUustrated naners. and dallies from my advice unto you, anu can on me, at jji sourcM. .,trn(, 1 onwa. oon Main street. the southwest corner of Second and Madison streets. isaac corwin, Tuouau in the ereat business center or the city, the American .House, iioston, has forty suites of large, airy, quiet, and j retired rooms for families. This house has no superior in New England. ITESS. Attend Robertson'aBusIness College. Armstrong's Photographic Gallery, No 211 Main street. Three faultless gem pictures for fifty cents. Grafton Stone and Transportation com pany Ed Switzer is second clerk of the Robert E. Lee Captain Garret Huls, clerk of the City of Vicksburg, accompanied by his family, haye gone to St. Paul on a recreation trip A St, Louis paper says : "Calhoon, stew ard of the Glencoe, received a case of fine brandy from France, yesterday. It was sent by a lady who traveled on the boat some time since." Abe' Hutchinson and family have returned from St. Paul to St. Louis. Abe will doubtless bring his Kyle down this way shortly The splendid City of Vicksburg, of the An. ctior line, with the great musician. Bob J Riley, master, and White chief clerk, evening Captain Nat Green will be here to-day on the Grand Tower. Won't his friends welcome him, though, after so long an absence Captain Thomas Sherlock, president; R. M. Wade, super- l ACKERHANN .t CO., No. 3G1 Front Street, Sole Agents for the Only Genuine Dnrhnni Smoking Tobacco. NOTICE. Lewis A. Finley, jr., when last heard from; was in Hopefleld, Arkansas, or -tiernauoo, jsiississippi. Any lntorma tion concerning his present whereabouts will be thnnkfully roeolvoJ and liberally rewarueu oy wiinamuatn, uiempnis, DON'T BUY COAL UNTIL YOU SEE St. Bernard Coal Association, No. 3. Madison street. ANOTHER NOTICE TO COTTON PLANTERS A Thoroughly Reliable and Practical Cotton-Gin Feeder. IN offering this reliable machine to the Planters. -which has Droved so satisfactorv to all -who have used them, wo but rerjeat their statements when m boast of their practical utints-. 11 increases the product or the gin. It lessens the required power byclvlne a I regular supply to the gin. I It makes a better cotton by the same gin. It saves the saws of tie Kin bv nreventlnz stones, nails, iron, and other hard substances from going Into the breast of the gin. It keeDS the roll from breaking and therebv napping or gin-cutting the cotton If properly adjusted. 11 worts automatically in connection witu the gin, and saves hand-labor of theglnner. so difficult to control, and beats him, every lame, in quantity ana quality. It Is guaranteed to rierform all we have claimed for it, and it is tne o ray cotton-gin leeaer tnat wm do it. Planters, call and see It. and be rid of the VENDIG'S, 226 MAIN ST. iSnwronV1 3 341D ujr THUS. IS. avliSUijT. T33 Agent for thf Mnnnracinrar SWEEPING REDUCTION -Ajr- Linen Lawns. Percales. French and English Lawns and Jaconets, at half their value. Grenadines, Mozarat lques and Lenoes, at a great reduction. Snlendld bargains In Table Damask. Nar Kici auu -lowei'. Also, a cneaD line or unea gcoos ior genu- anu Doys wear. Lace Nlinwls at Hair Price. Ladles' and Misses' Cloth Gaiters of Hin next I I manufacture, at verv low fiimrns. A large line of White spreads, from a 25 I ui UIU. I uorsets, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, at low figures. jea Muuuiua VENDlG.ZWaraln st. PROFESSIONAL. FREEMAN RANDOLPH ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SASDIS, MISSISSIPPI. References: Estes. Hiurr M.L.Meacham. Rootes A Co & Plnson, 1y Neuril. Instantaneous cure for nen- talgia. G. W. Jones & Co. sell it. Educational. Thestudents of Ron- iskt5o.n"s xsusiNEss uolleqe, are re quested to be in attendance, Monday, Gentlemen who wish to dress ele- gantly.and atthesametimesavemonev. should go at once to Waesener's. 288 luoiii &ireeu no is uoing a U. u. 1). ousi- uess no Daa ueDta; small wonts. FOR SALE CHEAP, A lot of Glazed Sash, at low figures, at the Windowelas3 Warehonse. 18 Tin inn street, between Main and Front. JU.U.HEU, rauford & CO. J. B. FATTIES f!fl.. At Court Square Stable. Mnloa Horses for sale. and COMMISSION. ESTABLISHED 1S55. J. O. MATTOEWSON, General Commission jfferchant. AUGUSTA, GEORGIA. Reference National Park Bank, New York. REAL ESTATE. J. P. TbEZEVAHT. N. IT. TltEZEVAST. I6EAI, ESTATE EXCIIAXGE OF N. JZ. cor. Slain and Jefferson Sis. Rental Department in charge W.D. ilcCaUum a Bnvers and renters of real estate cannot know that they have been best suited until they see our catalogue, which embraces a large variety or property ior sale ana ior rent, ana WHICH It will aiw&j 3 uu our pleasure w niiu w. Far Kale. That as the "GOODLOB splendid property known ! PLANTATION," in the Joe Locke. 236 Main ar, con-le?of."P?i?.aPd .?Ss?ai?0; on1 nil ll,A l.l. , , , , r , . " Jai "iunimies, weeklies and 3. C. 2IACABE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR Ti A W. No. 41 Madison Street, Boom 3G. I JNO. W. THOMPSON JNO.T. WJALKNER THOMPSON & FALKNEB, ATTOKNEYS - AT - LAW, Ripley, Mississippi. SPECIAL and prompt attention given t collections In Tippah and adjolnln counties. Refer to Colonel K. A. Plnson. Colonel TJi Dlllard, Sonthworth. Thayer A l, Memphis ATTORHET-AT-LAW, 15 STREET, IPHIS. TENNESSEE LEE BLOC dailies. The cheanest anil lf s 1 r Tivrvt-Ka M Cleanino House in the city is at 246 Second Street. "Hunt Ar. PTunnnn'fl nlrl stand. jrt wsfin a walker. To secure ITorth Mississinni trade, ad vertise in the Holly Springs Reporter. Go to Leddln's Business College. The weekly edition of the Holly Springs Reporter has over ten thousand readers. TOR SALE. Arkansas river, belonging to non-residents I who live at too great distance to give It person-1 ai attention, is onerea ior saie at jou.uw mm 1 cash, and four annual Davments: possession I lkt January. 1S74. from which time deferred I payments would date. The tract has 1600 1 acres, one-half cleared and In a high state of I cultivation, well drained, securely fenced, all I buildings necessary, such as residence. labor era'nnhtnR And pln.hnuses. and with an au- I quale force of laborers, most of whom have I resided on the place for the last fifteen years. with a plantation or such extent ana capacity 1 of production a bale to the acre being a sale I vailing, and easy terms upon which It may be J0. 1 aaddJe antl HameSS HfirspcL bought, an energeUo and experienced cotton- " uincsa JHUrse grower could easily meet the payments and from Shelbyvllle. Kentucky. Those deslrUe secure a splendid estate. to purchase wUl do well to call and example Deiore ouyiug eisewnero. KENTUCKY HORSES, T HAVE JITBT RECEIVED & turv Aberof AnnUeailons In Demon or by letter wUl re-1 ceive our special micuuuu. Jyl5 TRLZEVANT & CO. BUSS J. A. irnpTirov Otyta Wes, No. 73 aonroosSk. c