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EMPHI DAILY 3 A, ESTABLISHED 1S40. MEMPHIS, TEISnsr., MOjSTDA-Y, A.TJG-UST 4, 1S73. "VOL. 3S.-NO. 12' A EAL,. The poetical anil fanciful and grave and gay editor of the Grenada Sentinel is still hopeful. He thinks lie will live to see the new State of Chickasaw Tre ated. We always hoped he would Jive a thousand years. THE FLYING MISSIONARY. TIio Modern "rani" on Hi Travels ThrongU (icorgin Wat 11c has Seen. It is proposed that Bon. Butler be suf fered to take charge of one of the bal loons about to cross the Atlantic. He has always been striving to attain some higher pjKtitiou, and we hope now that he will Hint, in this kindly suggestion, the sure meaus of gratifying his loftiest aspirations. The Town of the Country Atlanta ami Augasta Port Royal, S. LV-Iui-proicnienl and Progress tiro line from thn TUI-wisiinni fo tht seaboard, practically under one manage ment, and that mainly iu your State. From Port Royal we took sail-boat to Hilton Head,at the entrance of the bay, where we are spending a week or two right on the shore of the ocean, enioviue all the delights of sea-breeze ami bath ing, and thanking a kind Providence for all the way iu which he has led us. PAUL BAULKY. NOTES AFOOT. Progress of Jntper Ry and Duplex Through the Arkansas Snnmp-s Surrounded Hill and the Con tlguons Country. MUKDER. John Jackson Killed by Jordan Fields White, at JIasou's Repot. FROM EGYPT. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Cotton Stolen and Rnrned Tiro groes Killed by Lightning The Crops. ST. LOUJS. Tnn Grenada Sentinel says that the Columbus Index, Brandon Republican, Raymond Gcuelie. Yazoo Democrat, Meridian Merctuy, Prentiss Jleconler, Carthage Oartkagtnimi, Liberty Iferakl, Holly Springs Jmlepemlenl South, Pas ta goul a Sim, all oppose the organisation of a Conservative State ticket in the en- uing elections in Mississippi. The attention of our readers is di- Frera an Occasional UorranpottUati U On the Wiko, July 29 Calhoun, Georgia, is rather behind the times iu improvements, but the iooplo are re liciousJv inclined, and we went a pleas ant week here preaching to good audiences. MARIETTA AND CARTKRSVILLE are both thriving, wenuiiy towns or; cities, surrounded by rich and product ive lands. The crops all through this section of country looked well. ATLANTA. This city has entirely arisen from the ruins of the war. 1 was Here when it was little more than a heap of rubbish, and now everything is changed; great, solid blocks of brick standing where then des olation marked the track of war. I had Visit by a Memphis Lady to the (Jreat, Bridge The (.'raudest Structure of Jlolcru Times. Arrival at Res Arc Separation The ouud-Ru!hIcrsaiid the Uld Canals Value of the Railroad to Memphis. Fiom an Occasional Correspondent. St. Louis, July 29, 1S73. I did rather tniiiK that JMetnpms couiu not be beat that Court s-quare and Main street al most got away" with Central park and Broadway. But that conceit has gone out oi my neau since l came litre, lor 1 nave ueeu iuny a montn trying to "no" this village, and have not yet succeeded. But the great thing is the bridge across the river. The nrsc question i. was asked Mason's Depot, August .1 At the colored church, near the-depot, to-day, while service was being c inducted by the pastor, two of the member", named respectively John Jackson and Jordan Fields White resumed, it is supposed, an old quarrel aud conducting it with high words, finally ended with the use of the pistol, White killiug Jaek-uin a most instantly. The murderer was ar rested and the coroner summoned. The From an Occasional Cbrreiondent. MASONIC NOTICE. rilHH STATED COMMUNICATION OF lAngerona Lodge, No. 168, will be held i MONDAY EVENING, August 4Hi, at S Eqvit, Miss., July 30. Last night a o'clock, for dispatch of business. All M. M.'s are fraternally Invited. C O. LOt'KK, Y. M, J.J. loots. Acting Secretary, an? car wart broken ojieu while on the side- irocK. naving nine hales oi cetton in it, of which two were stolen and carried oft. We have no information as to who did it. The car had been locked and sealed, but the seal was broken and the car un locked (the parMea having a railroad key), the cotton removed, and the car locked again. The theft was not dis covered until the following evening. DEY GOODS. THIS WEEK AGAIN OFFER A LARGE LOT OF From an Occasional Correspondent. Little Rock, July 29. Rough as had bsen some of our tramping expeiieuce heretofore, this capped the climax. The water with which this bottom had been overllown earlier in the season had drained oil, leaving a bed of soft mud, through which we dragged our weary lootsteps lor eight miles, in the hot sun, TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Dlf nrrit'O irns tHorn vnlt Ounn tlin I Mm onnmn rf .i a n n tn -a- l...,i7.of i.w.t i..:.j,.oii I 1 .ilJCIcv reetea to tue opinions or the Mississippi a pieasanicouerhuuou nu -uum- grieved amazement , "why, the railroad the monotony of the wearj-walk, and canvass in -w-i - ', , onuge across uie river, me unuge oi an which press touching tbe coming that State, and the probable action of he Democratic and Conservative ele ment. It will be teen, as the Jackson Clarion remarked, that these "opinions" are as "various as the minds that con eeived them, and made up a scene of confusion equal to the chaos of Babel. Western ana Atlantic raiirosucompaui-. ijrjjg ule Wonder of the age; never xic wo mciimu j was tue line uearu ot oeiore." "Js it a Fourteen thousand seven huudied i.nd sixty-five watermelons wereslilpped on last Saturday from Savannah, &s fol lows: By the Siminole, for Boston, six thousand eight hundred and two; Wy oming, for Philadelphia, one thousand four hundred; and San Salvador, for Kew York, six thousand five hundred and sixty-three. Railways from Mem phis will soou lie burdened with melons for Louisville, Cincinnati, St. Louis, aud Chicago. These western cities should make as great demands upon Memphis horticulturists as New York upon those c f Savannah. of Georgia at a cost of tome six million lollars, and was operated directly by the Slate for a number cf years; that during the eight years he was gov ernor he made it pay into the treasury nearly twenty-five thousand dollars per month, but that under other administrations it was apparently run more Jbr party than for profit, and the legislature determined to lease it, aud dKi lease it to ihe Atlantic aud Western suf-pension bridge?" I ask. "Well, Ij should say not. Suspension bridge!" (sneer indescribable), butwhether at my ignorance or the suspension bridge is hard to tell; Itake it for granted it is tue latter, anu let it pass. eelmg my importance, and knowing it would! give still more eclat to " the bridge" when it was known that I had visited it, I went on a tour of inspection. The firot thing was to get a only snyt did not contribute to the serenity of our feelings, was encouuterinjr fresh bear-tracks, crossing the road from one . . . n jury, upon a full consideration of all the evening, uar ng a ram wun some . , , ,, . heavy tlaps of thunder, two negroes eviueuce iirtrf.em.tu, muiuci VCJUl,;l I were struck by lightning and killed two of "wilful murder," and the prisoner miles west of here, on the Hanston farm has been committed for trial. a woman, aud a boy eighteen years oiu, who had just come Home from work in the field, and were standing in their front yard. The woman, Carolina Blair. was standing near a small tree that was struck at the time, killintr herinslanUv; Cholera is reported at Union Hill, New also her sou, Jack Blair, who was some twenty feet from her. They showed no bruises except a small burn on the breast or each one. The cropa are looking very welL Cot ton is small, though well formed, and about two weeks late. Cora suffered from being too dry in the first of the i Texas cattle fever is playinc: fear ful havoc in Missouri. Thirteen deaths have occurred at Car- mi, Illinois, since its first appearance. General Sickles, our minister to Mad- Ij. Is4I)ESTA & CO. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS, HAVE ItEMOVED TO KTo. 52T70 Front Stroot. fRDEKH solicited. We now liave a larger I v-f uuuw mm exjtecb 10 apip a larger ami I better hJocIc of Imported uud Domestic uqnorn, wines ana cigars. am rliUE regular monthly meetlnz of tbeMem- X plils iiubdlng and ijavlnga Aoclatlon will be held MONDAY, August lib, 8 p.m., at the.oHlco of tbe ULOfiE MUTUAL LIFE IXSUKANCE CO., No. 41 Madison street. .Stockholders aro all expected to be present, lly order O. II. JUDAII, President. S. KT c u x, Secret ary. au:i WHICH WILL B2 SOLD AT STILL LOWEE FIS-URES. Hr-i ATiBO ircales, Linen Lawns, "SI mm, , Etc., sacbifig; ZZZZK&X. tSnSSlh hiS S2 , rmeWea eUeraI ba'mer0U ye3" ?. t .e late rains have brought MISSOURI MEDICAL COLLEGE. ST. X.OTJI5, MO. QJIITOI ,U! i3'. several bayous, too, which had no cross ings, and through which we were obliged to wade, waist-deep. We were five hours plodding through this wretched bottom, and when at length we heard a cock crow in the distance, giving token that a human habitation was nigh, it was the most welcome sound that could have saluted our ears. Our muddv road was ended abruptly at the footof a high railroad company for twenty years, at permit from the chief-engineer, Captain hill,6vhich you will find on your atlas, and Catalonia, twenty-five thousand dollars pei month, Kajs. I had no fears about that; 1 was opposite Des Arc, designated by the The first rai wuicn sum has always oeen monthly SIlm i, urn.,.! fpi i.nnnnxi terday. Forty thousand slaves have been set free by the capture of Khiva by the Russians. Twenty-three thousand three hundred emigrants arrived at the port of New York last week. The Carlists are reported increasing in numbers in the provinces of Navarre jiaid by the company into the State treasury during the three yean and a half they have had it. That the com pany has uotyet declared any dividends, but has greatly improved the road, hav ing put on fifteen new engines and four hundred new cars. By this it will be seen that the State will get back, during the term of our lease, the entire original sure he would feel honored by my visit, anu l thiuK he did, though lie didn't ex actly say so. Wo went on to Third street, and from there down to the river is a "right smart" decline, so by the time we reached Main, or First street, we were on a level with the fourth story of uie nouses, anu x ieii myseii considera bly elevated, and much above common mortals in the street below. We walked 1 f J1. . t 11 : . il cost oi u eroau.aiiu iiaveuioroauaiso, aw on toI1 of ti,e WOnderful brid. nil inn aiiintinn.il tn nn t io - .... increased value of property all along we came to the river. uie nue oi me roau. inis is conclusive ni,t nr i.: the construction of railroads. I asked Governor Brown if he knew of another instance in the country where the State oraiw ' linn rMimn acually built and owned a railroad, and grape than gump- ,le sa,d be dld not j llsked what he uiuuguL oi vrovenior juuuock s opera- Gexekal Bkaoo boasts of comforts this hot weather at Warm Springs, Mer nwether county, Georgia. He must have "a little more t on. By the way, this same "Old uragc was uie iruesi, most uuoeuuiug, lions, lie replied mat the road was tust-lfi-di. tireless "loiipr of fhe ' f mismanaged under his admmistr.ition. t:.,.r-ni..Hn.. .wHfjj,B,iir !- but he thought jt was due more to the : :"' . .. . J men to couciuai auu omerwise manage than to Bullock. He said he did not individuate, &s lie did how to mould and I think Governor Bullock guilty of the ghe body, ami vigor, and confidence to charges of various kinds made an armv, he would have been the fore- ?S'nst him, and saw no reason why to cross, till we There we went 1 a. . . . . . .1 UUHii 14 UltUb UI SUtUO OUUIO lUlllY eviucuce to my minu tnai it is a ivise ,. tM,, n,i fm " policy on the part of a State to aid in h FS iugiu the skirts of lady visitors, as a tri al of courage and temper. The steps are name of SURROUNDED, 0.3 NEGRO HILL. It is a long elevation, eutirelysurround ed by a canebrake swamp, and was at one time inhabited principally by ne groes, but has now quite a large white population, with a number of plantations in prosperous cultivation. At the first of these plantations, tenanted by a ge nial lemigrant from Alabama, named Harvey, we found excellent accommo dations for the night, being too much broken down with fatigue to think of rain of any consequence at Santa Fe, New Mexico, this season, fell Saturday night A brakeman named Bodick was killed at Fort Wayne, Indiana, Saturday, wnue coupling cars. A slight shock of earthquake was felt at Santa Fe, New Mexico, about one o'clock Saturday afternoon. The victims of the gallows at Balti more Friday, Nicholson and Halla- han, wera buried there yesterday. Dayton. Ohio, reported four fatal cases or cholera, one of cholera-morbus, and it out some. The explanation at Berlin of the story recently started by a Vienna paper that a treaty between Kussia and Prussia, for a new partition of Poland, was signed in 1S83, is to this effect: After tbe Polish rebellion of 1SG3 had been suppressed, the Russian government offered to qede to Prussia a part of that troublesome and ungovernablo country, but that Bis marck declined the acquisition because he . was of opinion that, with a still greater number of nroiects beloncinz to . . . ... . . I "Miina nm mu- ui 1110 liuniiuai .UilllllUIll- Uie nationality mimical to the Prussian eating wltb the lecture ampbttbeatem of tbe SUITS! government 011 principle, a constitu tional government would become an impossibility in Prussia. Announcement and Catalogue for 1S73-J, jirauf. neuu tor jucm DURINU the prevent year great and Im portant changes havo been made In thin lonege. i no r acuity nave wen reel tlie exelu slvecontrol of St. John's Hospital (In addition to toe other hwpltaN heretofore connected with the College) and ate building an elegant and commodious College Edifice in immediate connection with tbe Hospital, to that tbo Col lege and Hospital will be in reality one exten sive building, fronting upon three btreutn enrmj- avenue, Twenty-Third aud Morgan mrceis mo warns oi mo Hospital communi- cauog w College. au3 For further particulars, address 5S1 Walnut Htreet, St. Louis, ilo. TXliJFXVA K eholera-infantum during the Dillon hall,, with nearly one hundred vey informed us that the Cache river- weeK' inmates, utner colonies ot uerman bottom abounded in deer, bear, turkeys Vienna was bored yesterday with the S!sm , have es,tabHsbed themselves at .,t :i.o .:.f 7i :i " I and Otner game. iiOSt year, OWine to umvai 01 iue suau aim uis iiuniues, -r n - " ""i-""i'u i,unu Vt-m , ,,n , Vnr, J. the carcity of mast in the bottom: the They will be on exhibition at the show The Jesuits expelled from Germany lulrUn i ANT mi l TAX HUT1UK. nave, in part, round a new home in .Lan cashire, England, after they had wan dered through France, Belgium and England. The brothers Stapleton had an estate at their disposal, and the miners at once established White JPiqne Snils, 50. White &jvivn Suits, $3 . Grass Cloth Suits, $2, .$2 75, $3. J?ure JAnvn Suits, $3 o. Children's Dresses, 5 cents. AND ENTIRE STOCK AT CORRESPONDINGLY f.nw ptbtirtk UUUtil o 281 and 263 Main Street, Cor. Court. OFFICE OF CITY TAX COLLECTOR, 1 Memphis, Tknn., July26,lST3.j HARDWARE CUT.LHIE" GUNS ETC. We now offer a I 1 Via clmtiljl i r.f .ahi.n .1 t n ir 1 mncl cnnfliiirn niriira ir ( 1 . .ni'nlHhnn I... .. . "J-"- . vuc .c.uiuuuu. uesired. un ihe iiiere was too much of the Jrangas won is iu Uie old Roman's character. We fear that "Baker." of the Dresden D(i,w:-rat, has "cooked" his goose. He some skill to turnaround and "unhitch1 the ruflles. "We got down at last, one might say right into the heart of the bridge, where the cars will run; and there you are surrounded by solid ma- in whose hands he had placed it uown't&dim Tit 'fsIostCS as it enters the tunnel at Fourth Street, you might almost imagine yourself in the aisle of some vast old cathedral, dim and solemn, with nothing but immense stone-arches on every side. I was getting romantic, when my friend twitched my sleeve, bringing me at once to a sense of my surroundings. (If there is anything I do hate.it is to have any one pun my sleeve as though thev ... : . I i : e it. - . i . "Wales. Tbe Hooks for 1S73 have over to me for collection. great inducement to prompt Irtx-pnyers. They will bo allowed Iko and a bair per cent, prr month dlsconnt up to tbe 1st of January. If paid on the 1st of August the been turned JAS. G. BARBOUR. JAS. O. SIMPSON BARBOUR & SIMPSON, IMPORTERS AXD DEALESS IX oiner naud. x met a member of the legislature, or ex-mem ber, who seemed to think Bullock guilty of all that is alleged against him. Gov ernor Brown is a man of high forehead and pleasing address, and, in common with most men who have succeeded iu 1-. opposed tothesehool-tas, and strange- ,,re speaks with earnestuess aud interest ly enough, hm begun to make speeches ?r mose aUa,,rs m wli'cn lie is and has ... t. ,T.. . m. beeneugaged. I understood him that uiuutiiuuiunnMBij. iiivtc us ue er i j was elected covernor at tlm ac- of -. M . 1 . - - O a: editor, oi poeta-nmcuur sort, who tnirty-six years, and served eight years, wcui.I yet down from his tripod to mount uunng wuicu time lie gave especial at the . .i . . . i . ..if . f ., .... i flump. Tlie ereat btumn-srtiker '" '"u" u i itinn Tii'Ck nun n iiuit ixi.t -. ..n .... Li- never lieen found to be the great ed- control over it, and that during the last i" Dr. Greeley's speeches were faultlessly three and a half years, he has been ope writ.en editorials. He was no orator, as rating it under the lease. Making it is Sunset Cox, who would flood, drown and destroy a newspaper in brilliant corrugations of irrepressible cenius. Baker must rekindle the fires in Uie old c :okiug-ttove of his liery intellect, in v. L. li he used to roost his enemies aud irepare for his hungry readers rich in ttllccitul pabulum, to be dished out weekly m tlie Democrat. held my peace, and waited with the na tieuce of Job. "Do you know how these piers were built?" was the query that came next. "Mtm ami," said I, "I am not a fool. They first put down one rock, and then put another on top of it, and so on till it was complete." "Not exactly," was the reply, "they started from the n.1 .i , three, he h5s been onemtimr it all 1.7.1 ii i ".".' .lu9 l"e CKS un . . .. . i uv means oi cuuinresHPii air." i ment, a pack of good dogs, and an agreeable and accommodating guide. Crossing the hill next day, we came to a Bhort stretch of bottom, from which we emerged upon White river. Here the road forked, aud a fiucer-iot lwiint- mo.-t wonderful part," I wondered, but ing to the right hand was thus lettered : bears invaded th hill, despoiling the cornfields and destroying tlie young porkers. Every adult on the hill could boast of having killed his bear last sea son, and several of them as many as three or four. If you have any snorts- men in MemphU who wish to enjoy a Was outraged by a negro, near Clifton, few weeks hunting this fall, in a country Tennessee; last Wednesday. The fiend I ABOUNDING IN GAME, escaped. let them take a boat up White river, to The Spanish ccrtes has under conside- currouuueu run, opposite jjes Arc, anu ration, and seems to view lavorauly, a inquire for Harvey. They will find at scheme for the division of Spain into his hospitable house excellent entertain- forty-nine cantons. to-day. Advertise your business in theHollycIS:onn' W0lu twelve mid a bairper ut .ijicj , t .c.a iu uie ivntuiiii-t; I oprillira JlCVOrtCT. 1 CtJUl. Oil department at Washington, committed suicide baturday evening, sso cause re- jy27 ported. A white woman named Mrs. Moore feux w. wished to see if it was sewed in strong.) "Well," said my guide, "you mav look astonished, but you don't yet know the TO IIEFS-FAIRE. The police of Providence. Khode Islaud, was assaulted Saturday night by roughs, during which five of the latter were more or less wounded. Chambers did the business for Seddons in fourteen rounds yesterday. Tlie fight took place about five miles from Brook lyn, New lork, on the Coney Island roau. jft push. DICKINSOX-In thii city, Angust 3. 1STJ, Hexrt Murky, infant (son of J. W. and SI. L. Dickinson, aned one year. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLLY SPRIKG3, MISS. .OBERTSON, Tax Collector. HI!. II If f'S a EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY 407 1-2 Main Street, 3lemplii3,Tenn. rive and a half years, so that a laree por tion of his life has been given to the in-1 terest oi uis read. SOUTKEHN ITEMS. from the age of thirty-six to now lifly- by means or compressed air." I gazed quietly into the face of my kindly In formant, brushed some dust, oil his sleeve, and said cently. "Do vou know Atlanta to AUGUSTA. my friend, they havo discovered a new We only called oil at one tilaeo be- way of making cannon?" He looked tween these two point, and that was at a hie to find a smile, but as I looked Stone montain, which Is a great mouu- rather sad, he said simply, "No, how is tain of rock looking like an old iron pot "Just take a hole aud run iron turned uiwide down, aud almost utfprlv around it! quite as simple, when vou devoid of trees and vegetation. This in know how, as the new way of building a pieasaui summer resort, aud there is a a onuge. jiiy menu caught my band very line note! there. 1 did not think I anu lenaeny squeezed ltd did "To Hepfaire!" iterated Chrono. "I've been up White river several times, but I never heard of such a place as Heps- faire!" The solution of the mystery lloshed upon my mind. "That is, prob- altltT 11 T CllfVfvacf All (Iflin A vVnnunu n Minf.rniivfnrTT.nLramr n..i...i.. Ihe authorities of Worcester, Massr. wwf,.- . .w. -t- va t vy-JiUi IU .1 .11.. , .1 .11 At t VI Des Arc." And so it proved. I sub- Y" ,u lH selzV ?" iue uw mey couiu sequeutly met with another rich soeci- fa'band?on &at".rdai' bu.' theproprie- men or the spelling for which slcn- TIIE Twenty-Fifth Annual Sersion of thl popular School for Young Ladies, wlU commence on Jloiidiiy, September 8, 1873, with a fall corps of teachers In every depart- mem. Til li ll ( tt t ?1 ,ril I (.ll I Tl . Ati.ra.t.t4.tliw . . T - A boy named Archer, while assistintr school, and ncb as should bestudiontiv re- his father at work in a mill at Fort Ranted by parents in sending their daughters Wavne. Indiana. Ratnnl.iv. was PM,0UtTyJ ."-P2?' 5. the superior zeal and III tlie machinery and fearfully mangled, causing instant death. Purulent Ophthalmia. CUTLERY, GUNS, BUILDING MATERIALS, Agricultural ImplementSj Etc. CLAY BUILDDTG, MEMPHIS, TSNN. REISffOTAI. experience of the teachers, moderate terms, and tbo remarkably good society and good health of Holly springs. NO CHOLERA, or other malignant enl. demlc, ever visited tbo place. Send for Circulars, or inquire fnrtherof aul VSL CLARK, A.SL, President. Granular Cnjuneticfi, FOR tbe treatment of all Diseases and Inju ries Incident to tbese delicate onrans. Also, aU CHRONIC DISEASES, and diseases oi me lu.ius, xnuuAi, ana jnvmaIj ua TAKKII, treated wltb nnparalleled success by Medicated Inhalations and other valuable remedial agents. Established expressly to afford Uie afrllcted sound anu scienunc meuicai aid. au3 COLEMAN. SI. D. lSerand much more co.nnle e ZiZnnZZi ZT V. r JiI,.D??.5" offer to Merehants ami nth- vU!Mn7. .";r '"'S."?u,'";' wnurn n A careful lusftctlou of our SA3IPLES and 1'RICES Is respectfully soiie irex. i respectfully solicited. HARBOUR A- SIMPSON. Id JFolks. DRY GOOBS. painters aro proverbial, but which it would be unfair to give as peculiar to Arkansas. Passing the burial-ground near Pine Blufl some weeks afterward, I saw a painter giving the last artistic touch to au inscription on the arched gateway, which read, "Jtsimwould Sem tnrti rf fnilnnno 1 ...T . ... .......It.. . .. . soon re-stocked their cellars, aud beer Memphis and Little IlOCK Kail way I llowed freely all day yesterday. The lightning struck tlie residence of Sir. Thomas Walker, near McMInn ville, Tennessee, twenty-seventh ultimo, by which several members of his fami ly were severely but not fatally injured. nn. 1. i.i.. 1 Notice to Passengers and i nippers. atary." I could not refrain from accost- 1 he building was considerably darn ing him with, "That's a curious way of aged. spelling cemetery, my friend." The At Louisville yesterday a man named painter straightened himself up on his Georgo Sengg fired ou a party of boys ladder, scanned his work, which was who were "irreguiarizing" his water- not nb- lit boll-worm has made its appearance the country along this route as product- Ject), as he remarked, "Well, you are .x.,. 1. . ..... I... 1 .1,.1 M'naltlm n P.nn. I frrttYl AT ai i-tltla lnf .7.... T r..t. i.: .hate legion. As tbe croiw are sever- Atlanta, as most of the country north of i"' importance, and appreciated the 'ta"?u e.cHJ"l.e, """rt melons. One of the boys, John Handy, soil, while eastward to Augusta it is roll- the steel cylinders, forming the arches. ?,a?h ll"' PtoJf,tS?,ked:. 7on : bu.fc "ot fatal,y wounded. Sengg was ing or level, and of thin soil, showing immense things they are, springing ou. , wi ?' , the unproductive yellow clav and eight of themfftod T the soUd rock bei S"5?!?10?.. .t?.wjter' , replied. iwrdiedupcropsof corn and cotton, such "eath us and from the piers in the river. uere.biranger," returned tue man, m r - . . .... . 'III. ft TvJm lion-.. imn vnn ....... as xeunetaeo anu .rsausis would he uu lunuiuu au imiueuse arcii. The la-1 juu run ashamed of. I am satisfied that there horof building the frame-work, and ad- ster; are tuousauus oi acres oi laud in Arkan sas that can bought at a dollar an aere T"i EGULAR monthlv meeting nt ftinmhpr nl I tL Commerce, TUEHDAY, August 6th, at 3 1 o'clock. Election or officers for next year, I and report of Committee of Arrangements for I uuiiAanmu resiivai.ai mis meetmg. ull atienaance reqnesuxi. au3 JOHN P. TRE7.EVANT. Secretary. fllHR transfer Rtmim.r TT C VrTTT .too rn-1 ridTSMD-oT'iui ARMOTJR INSTITUTE u u&l oxil. t relgul will bo received at depot, V. I . . M.UU,U5, JM tAltlA unci A ucm.j . I Passengers will leave from depot, Center -vn rjinili.117. fPfim nt.il nftni uv.iilni. train rflA"0 AUglUI Mil. nut TOK YOUNG LADLES, . 271 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn SMC HSU 8 BET GOODS a) weeks later than usual, aud the pres- t "e of the worm is earlier, the worst ftars are entertained of theconseqences. J on i Miss.) Chirion. A man named John Frail e, while in a slate of intoxication, went upon the track of the Cairo aud Fulton railroad, at Newport, in this county, on Thurs day last, aud whs run over and killed. Ho 'was from Mbeouri, and was ap pareiitly about thirty years of age.' Jt. sonporf Arh ) Statesman. Colonel McCdmb, says the Hindi C junf'f Jjazetie, is said "to be starting isomer .nawiiu city tnree nines below arrested. A dispatch received yesterday from Santa Fe. Ifew Mexico, says the South ern Apaches have left their reservation on account of one of their chiefs being A. S. LIVEIIMORE, Oen. Sup't. COMPTItOLLEK'S OFFICE, 1 DAgiiTiLLt, TKJiN., July 3I,lS7g.J The proper authorities of the State are now prepared to fnnd the pant-due bonds and coupons of the state. Bonds which maybe iuuucu, uie iiiuat jeguuj iwum anu une, orio Become uuo Deiore January i, 1S7I. and Painting .Vwal Music Mits. ESI I LY It. ARSIOUB -MIHrt UEORUIE FISHER. mbs. MARY S. VIOU.Drawln SIRS. JENNIU L. BOYLAN rnor. ESIIIJS wITZMAN Instrumental Music and Modern Languages au3 Mrs. I'r nr m II U Btnll ill II D HI I trk h.SB B E3-la S r? H Sal :S1SI-IK?M MONDAY, JULY 2Sth, wo will offer our iuugiunceni eiocK 01 jus-ting the iron cables to hold them up "Ike Smith hired me to letter this cate arrested for theft, but that the troops are which may be funded are those matured or all of Which will Kf tnkpn nwnv trlion PMmivn..lil Komnlon- Pvo it ti after them, aud will soon return tlwm in maturing on or before Januarj-l, lb.l. To be . , . - -.- . i "... .. . : r y ... i . . . , . i iuuueu. uoi more productive than the generality of the arch is complete is almost as great "Well, it's probable you will have to do what! saw between Atlanta and Au- as building the bridge; and it is fearful to it over again," I remarked, and left the EUfcta, and the distance is one hundred see the meu at wotk. liitlntr heavv artist, who was not working for Wp1- and 6eventy-oue miles. weightsandwalklngaboutasunconcern- ster, sitting on the top round of the atjousta u 'J " uu "u'i a "arrow pianK uetween ladder, piymg nis orusu with a vexed is a very beautiful city and was not de- t!s3 town of Iursiit, on the Central rail- stroyed during the war. The brethren road. Durant expected to be the start- of the Chritian church, under the lead- li g point of the road from the Central 1 ership of r.luer J. b. Lamar, are nlmut tosi to lvrnciusko, but suddenly McComb to erect a new church to cost, for lot, them aud the river, two or three thou. sand feet, more orless, below. We clam bered up tue steps again, and wandered round promiscuously, walkinc planks across places not floored over, where I their reservation. A great earthquake was felt at Val paraiso on the eighth of July, during wnicu the shocks were worse than those of 1S37. Much damatre was done to MEMPHIS AGRICULTURAL AND MECHAXICAL. SOCIETY. OFFICIAL DRAWING. 30, 45, 22, aforlilDC Class So. 223. S, 76, t, 2, 17, 70, n. commenced wof k thn milw. hdow. ! lion' c and furniture. n l...n,lrn,l n.: "u "J ,v uiutou ior uear uie, at that rwint will enrim. ,n th! T Und dollars. whir-biTu r r croi!S. WJlu e rapidity of a snail. c Ay, which will eveatuolly swallow up most public places and will add its mite jjj-ant, as Alcuomb City, in Pike to the adornment of thecity. I became county, is about to swallow up summit, acquainted with Hon. John P. King, ' .o''j'ta ,yfis.) Signit. president of the Georgia railroad and The recent fine rains throughout our 'fn.klB association, aud formeriy crjhtymaybeeooswered as the mak- ,u'u.l " ..b5V!itor u,s ht?'?- such an important persona as mvselfr .I S or early corn. The cont nuwl wet .,s" l"'ie auvauceu m years, ills Bn T fnnb- .K-, its e.tf V-."1 ,,r;n .ou,i !.. iroild. iroill AUPUMtilto Aflnntn ia tol.l t ..,.. ,.vv ., . .r " - I ' J .CTSUftlCU HI ftftJU I . . . 0 .. ...... ... After awhile we went back to Captain tad's olllce. I conuratulated him on his happy idea of building from the top down, and thought he looked rather oiaim, but l attributed that to h s em barrassment at being complimented by and puzzled air. Whether he erased hi3 houses, and some few lives were lost by work, and adopted the proper spelling, falling walls. One lady died from fear, or whether it still stands "Elmwould In Santiago the shocks were also very Sematary," I am not advised, but the severe. incident occurred exactly as I have a considerable row tlin ntT-mi-ini nf Person who presents the bonds or coupons to stated it. During this descrintion I LOUSluerf.0le row, tue ouspring or Ce funded, upon his signing the "raentoran ljTmtlJina. ?0m"US PtaVon9 of villainous "pine- dum" retired by section of the Funding r-' r "X , r.,,w TV , VT, roP occurred at a village called Mar- act,wnicii"memorananm"is kept "in a well ing in the mud at the road-fork. Tore- n ....t(.i m .5 D......r... bound book" m this oince. Thaundimr act turn to them: The right-hand road was J llw u ,rJU .i ll..utTy.' upon PaWue general superintendent ot the Adams express company, Dy which bonds and coupons to be funded can Uf forwarded to Nashville from An ordinance tirovidinir for tb si.h. IK?.Le.aei5""01 the east, and the new se- . .. . r , r.i . . . esoi uonus reiurneu upon llDerai terms to funded, bonds or coupons must be oment al by the owner, or bis agent, person to tlie comptroller, and be examined and audited by the governor and comptrol ler. Coupons maturing on and after July l.biN.will not bo paid until the bonds to which they belong have been presented to tlie comptroller, examined and registered. The funding and registering must be done here at tbo capital in Js'ashville. Jfo power of attorney will be reonired of rer- sons presenting bonds or coupons to be lnnd-1 Office or Masonic Mutitai. Life Assu-") ed. The new bonds will be delivered to the I rasce Association. y 331 Front Street, Slagnolla Btock, J PRM AND SUMMER DRY &00DS At Closing-out Figures. 78, 70, Evening Clara 72, 21, US, 27, sr, No. 224. 49, 40, 31, Memphis, this 2d day of August, 1K3. 30, 76 iTi i ii i Bugsesuou, auu clubs, knives, etc.were freely displayed Arrangements have been made with the ii us li I liih lnrrv. iiv wn.p.i r wnra . , r. - . ' - - .. - -y." i anu a man nameu v nson was spvcm v consideration nf a mi ..it!.i n. i transported, for the dime apiece, to DES AKC. stabbed. The stabbist fled. weather in tl drown inr out of Mich as bail lwf.ii nlHnt. oe auoui me weaiiniest m the S ate. aud t-rt.7" a ulu" V" w iue oi wnue J In the low valley?, wl.inh vv., ...... i. to own a controllins: influence in the At- . ' ' " i .1..ui,f.J?m ," containing perhaps three thousand d-souraged our fa.mers. lJut Ve aVe 'anta and West Point road, leading to "" a Jised that upon the iinlanda tb.. Pit tie extreme western part of the Btute. m ... V7.?i" " n.ti Netueuanu teruie oacK country tosus aw fully as gool if not ltterthau usual. hnJin.elV'rK? 'PPUiP Point for a I non the wlw e we are inclinwl tn th Augusta to the Atlantic seaboard at Port vi..,T F V""" . : . y. . amount oi cotton, and has an exten u:cf that the com crop of Carroll 1f?ia1', At Augusta we found ourselves ieid slmw I wl a 'ww lassie'" J grocery and dry goods trade.. ll -fl-ne.ol.d. t04l..b"lU Pn Jars on the part of Uie eastern districts river, I nf TinntQvnio in q?( in flu finnofpiindmi of the second bridge across the Ohio river at that point, was accepted by the :dv will be an avnraw mm ami I at uie head of steamboat navigation it the cotton crop, If no untoward cir- Vie Savannah river, and just three bun tl: t umstance M.ould yet happen, will 1g in ureu anu ten miles irom the Tennessee i heretofore. Hun- "ver at nauanooga oy ran. This Is m- thickly- taiu large stve Resting my thooe de.slrinir to fniid. linnilx anil rnn. pons fonvardea to Nashvlllo should not be tent to the comptroller, but to some one au thor ed to sign the "memorandum" above mentioned. The fees for funding are 82 for each new Louisville citv council Saturdav niohr. ft??!?' ?? !i u.le comptroller, and n to m, ,...t! ",Vii i. " T..!7r-'i T V I ine secreiary oi ovale, ins lees lor register- MEMPniS.TESN. AnstUbt 2. 1873. AT a meeting of the MASONIC MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION, of Memphis. Tenn., tlie following proceedings were had, and the foUewlng officers, were elected lor the ensuing term: a. W. L. CROOK, President. H. O. TKADtCK. Secretary. W. E. ROGERS, M. D Medical Examiner. Tlie First National Bank of Memphis was designated as the depository fori he fnnds of me Association. Assets 57 Jill 42 liabilities . 00 Reserved Fund 5,201 42 u. yt. ukuuk, i-resiueni. H. U. TRADER. Secretary. aa3 W. E. ROOEItS. Medical Examiner. HAVING FURTHER REDUCED THE PRICES OF OUR LINEN LAWNS, PIQUES, PERCALES, GRENADINES, j-"KTjD dress goods, Ladles desirous of purchasing may bo assured of UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS IN THESE GOODS We have also made a Special Reduction in our elegant line of LADIES' AND MISSES VICTORIA LAWN, LIKEN, GRASS-LINEN & PIQUE WALKING SUITS Which we are now offering at les than the ixst of manufacture. complete assortment of We will also offer tbe meat The question will people. be submitted to the txe&s of the average I .-j'yn . Ttnn.) JltpttUican A "rumor has been TIPTON COUNTY. 4 t ii rounds of the newspars "to toe effect S'li'J 7ad 1 S,UI? the missiuir link iu water commnnlon. tion between the Atlantic i-eaboanl and Ing are SI for each bond registered, that is, 50 cents to tbe comptroller, and CO cents to the The city fathers of PhiladelDhia have and the new bond. rental nt! fnrrufnrMthn tramp through the swamps, and to make f? ienu?u ln,e,.r western tour to Denver, ,,73 or lne "S"reu bonus win be de- THE FOLLOWING DEDUCTIONS: k;;,.' , "Tn? w series of funding bonds" mature that .Senator J. L. Alcorn had written a imrrct letter (supposed to be to the edit trsuf the Clarion) urging the Democrat ic I arty not to make nominations for hUte emcee; awl further, that in the evtattbe JJemoeracy made no nomina tions he i Alcorn ) would run as au inde- i:t::Jcnt candidate for -.at Benator Ames." lis been written to m tirn, it has evidently been miscarried pose to connect tbese two points oy cauai would be till! bun on nf tue proitosea canal for the trans portation of graiu and provisions from the northwest to the southeast Kor my own part I have read what has been said iu the late convention on n. subject oi uie canal, and nothing that I The Crop- Value of tho 1'adncah Kalb road Development of Town and Country. The SUbmerced lands of the bottoms bp- & 1 '"jcpiciuajr muimu8. i.uey jmy l, in, reaeemab.e at the option of the tL.n , nS;tii? i i ?J0."on?3Ue Will take in Brigham Young's domin- State alter July l,ltl, and bear 6 per cent, ln- tween the Mississippi and White rivers, ions acd ou thefr r t to the citv of ehpwaWewmi-annuiy.begiiininBJuiy according to my own observation, and Eiu. jii.'.i... LlS71.In ew ork or Nasnvllfij as desired From an Occasional Correspondent-1 Covington, Tenn., July 31. Not withstanding the complaints of many of our farmers that their crons were governor tode- ,., i r; . "l A ruined by the drvweather. Tinton will If SUth a letter "".VJ? c -i"."""? -OI im.bal.lv mnk ,,fl!rfn nf n ; 1,011 bvK,.ntor a i. a".y cauaiat an, lor the i " " : "..-":." 7M "r... tem of general reason mat cauais appear to be I i'ii " vi..".Tfv" .... lVal mound- .Iiwl ll.A II. ICil IU UUUUUUUL1 1JI1 l.I.R lU'PniV. I v-, i f. .... . v...,, i.. i. wiiuiu iuc Kf, uuu.uii; iHirucuiar rpn. i . . ... . - - j , . rV " ",",":l7ncu'. "V "H"3 V . sou that Georuia had better raU J.r seventu nistant. although the lirst for t jf2?Cfartn!ee,Ved iLJatk own wri ttoJtalula and tffi? It fou-weeks. will greatly improve even " IvuT . iV? , , ,r ,, rom the northwest, where homebSly early corn, and if the weather should A hen the Padueah ami MemphU would have to raise it for her But it is coutinue seasonable a short timo late radroad is llnieheU it wilt cive u ..VJi 7.Vf vT,,r " .?. . .e5; ..f5"1 ",iB corn. Mhere well cultivated, will nrob. As nection with several other very impor- uLuuaus. iioy siauou it connects .. . . it. i " V; ably make almost an average cron. Ho far aa the roads bevoml i ?won' l4e reamis, 10 a very great ex- rafiroftd mouopolics and reduce the Price with the MoWte and Ohio rna.l- li-.,i. 7:,'".' ""J T". wi"uu tent. nr. nf pii.na 'tn Vtm Tf dyices bn station. Kentucky, with the MteT . 3. the emainde? of the ason is ZXZbC ( ':m Central, and at Padueh with H. "V7.. "Y ml'eLl; and wo J.avn a lf .,ili,mn rrtf, points, li-ViW-thtovvn and Pa,!,.!, road. Tul WV'u.."Le' a'.'U ,af lUe r0aUS Srom. mav mnl.- a mn-f ; -v "-'T "V. Theov latur connection is of more Importance HiT HUtTaotaaliy Me"iT ,Jlhe I,aducah and Tnid, m,af information derived from intelligent XiTX, " " " E i ZX.? citizens, are onlv covprwl will. UiM m u, ium ui po- during the wet season, averaging a few y" . , .. . , inches in depth, except where natural T.he. secretary of the treasury has di- otwtructions or mistaken improvements 'r , . Mauusun;r m xew have created marshes or lagoons. Dur- Vrk ? ly half a miUiop dollars' worth iug the drouths of summer, the waters of,.b,onH? on 4.h.? aecpnd Vednesday and are often so dried un that in tho fall th sen nail a munon tiouars' worth of cold swamns mav be traversed in evervdlfpn. eacu inureuay during the month of ury-Biioa. .prom mese lactsasvs- rlraininar no dnin!nval l.i tl.v .tmildora. wniil.t cwm tn w. ars' wortn oi bonds. ticable. at no exorbitant cost, of canals I At Cleveland. Ohio, vesterdav morn. which would be navigable, and reclaim laSi a young man named S. P. Dorsey, from the water most of these swamp I fion of Ii. L. Dorsey, jr., of Eden Farm, lands, and add I Kentucky, jumped from a window of thousands of aciies ino J orest uty hotel to the ground, a to the productive area of the State. Ca- di3"ce of about fifty feet, and was in nate dug through the bottoms, with Jureu so tnat ne uieu m a few minutes. aud drains emptying Into them. JS"fTJ , "W "ouuiuk uio debouching into the rivers at the proper Px Titt f i ' 7?,' 11 13 i?ftcJ would accomnlish tho rairmw. uuuuifflcuuai Thev are each forSlOOU. The State does not receive and account for ny fraction of a bond or coupon In excels of the bond demanded. If the amount to be fnnded be less than tbe amount of the bond demanded, the party ap plying must pay the deficiency In currency. aust j jiu. j. uuiiun, comptroller. Summer School. facte a svs- Au8ust- In to sell six million dol ved bv tho ,ars ln 8oI(1 and buy half a million dol- WZ. MirCHELI.'S School will bo con . tinned during the months of July and AugUBt. Kor terms and branches taught ap ply at tho schoolroom. No. SOS Third street. J. D. STEWAErS COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, 110 Alabama Street, Memphis, Tenn. HOOPSKIRTS. SOBIHEIES H00PSKIRT and CORSET MANUFACTORY, Wo. 888 BXain Stroot. WHOLESALE AXD H ETA I L. VfANUFACTURE all size OX of the popular Jolntlena WalklnaHtirU and the Hem- nht. tVMIn. If...-.),... genuine without trade-marl: I on waistband. Constantly reauy me largest stocc or real I Werly, U'OIfeau and Duront I Corsets; Abdominal Support ing Cornets, Mme. Foy, Knrs- lug, uiove-r ltting anu Jiissea Coreeu; stocking Supporting w aisis, unma emeius, corset Clasps, Pad, Ktc. LADIES' HOSIERY, GLOVES & UNDERWEAR Ever shown In this martet, at EXTRAOUDIXARILY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. LOWENSTEIH l BROS. 342 and 244 Main Street, Cor. aTeli'erson. ROOPUTG. urn9 fit 13 the princiiial market for our mer- chatiU, most of our iiojlg will come ever that line. In a short time theex t.r.Sion from Elizabethtown to Louis- ido will be made. Then goods can be thlj ped direct from Louisville to this !ace without breaking bulk. Dyern- L-rj i nn.) JTogrctt. The Knoxville papers are full of Ihe ourgirg of jonesboro by uio cholera. A corre-noiident of the J'ret ondJfer- c'J cf Haiurday, writing from Jonesboro ca me lirst lbH'uut, says: The greatest i justeruation lire vails in this commu I ly, esiecially along the Hue of rail r :a 1. I was at Johnson city to-day, aud LlioL jli not a oshe of berious sickness is to be found in that place, many of the fj::u!ies are leaving, and for two cr three milts around Jonesboro they are moving away. One or two i C3 have occurred in the country with those who left Jonesboro, and it is dif-f- ult to get any to take thorn in. You are exactly right when you give the truth in your paper. Nothing you could say would be an exaggeration of the state of tLiugs in this community. "We expect it to spread over the country, aud be carried to our mountain caves. AVe are deeply grateful for the sympathy given us by your people, and we all rejoice at t-ie presence of Dr. Campbell in Jones boro. I p to this evening the disease is una jated. There has been three deaths to-day, arid others bad. To this time, we Lave had eighteen deaths iu all, ten whites aud eight colored, all grown ex cept one, a mile girl o'r teur twelve j eans. rilUE next Swslon of thin limited and select L 11IUH SCHOOIi FOR BOYS, will com- erflowed bottoms are covered with Ile was "eiirious wnen ne toon me leap. uiflcent timber, conspicuous amontr A telegram from Louisville last nieht li nrn nalr nndnvriroca whneo vicriiii- I saVS the Courier-Journal nuhltahr! nmn I I uui iHjuuiy us jar as mo countv I . . . v . .r. ' o-e-" . . " . " I " ed Hhe can readily rectify it hyedeb.lrJ..S . e things n."?.r'wI?K " nr ' September. lneorutK1noener . ""'"JHCllt HSljr aS Atlallta. -..:!.?... u. , ,.,. J. ""r1 non.l. on.r.rcufoI n.tf.lit loot,t,l l7inn.CnrnnndwhAatnmll.crrwlnnn.lt. tnnRlVf'Tfnrnllliranonron.l lmnm.,l H0SPIT1L FOR THE INSANE. Mannfaetarers of the Celebrated ALABAMA LIME AMD DEALERS IN Tiles ,! nii.crf rnirif inn i. "7.VV" ,V acent at Mason's. The Pa. noab Ti as to noat, in me wei seasons, so mucn "": "'""8" counties oi nit nxr fiiBsW tt"I . 'llrm1 Meimihte road, we aro Informal. of this timber into the navigable southern Kentucky, wheat and corn ans must know their own bilnMBb2t cartled raore cottou lnto 'our c"y ia tfae 8treaB, whence it could bo rafted to ook well, in western Kentucky not and if thev think thev need a ,.1 two weeks than any other road, hi"6 " TV0.uld .almost Pa fo.r cost ,0l0ihAn. lrof ord nai?croP.8 thev certaiulv have the men TuL Tho prospects of tho road, when com. 01 me enterprise, leaving out 01 tne ? " u" '""l "w". W . - 1 . . 11. . . .1 lil(jfl.(1 In lifiii tun rnn nnniv 1 . mouey lei iuulii go 10 worK and make it. Cement, Plaster, Hair, Flro Brick an Clay, Hay, Corn, Bran ROOFING. WHOSE ln seed of good and substantial JL roofs will consult their Interests by ex amining ou9 PLASTIC SLATE ROOFiNG before making contracts. Considering Its cheapness, durability, and Its imperTlousneos to water and fire, It is equal, .f not superior. 1.0 uay ruoung in use. ilm ew- application and Dcrfect adaptation to root f anv shmio either rig' t angles, horizontals o- perpendicu lar must commend It to the f.tvorable con sideration of the public. Valleys of any shape made "- 'hout the use of metals of any Kinu. Anti-Corrosive, No chemical preparation has yet been dis covered which so effectually and securely protects metal roofs from the action of tnn atmosphere, and benca from ru&t, corrosion and decay, as 1'Ix.VSTIC SLATE. We refer to Col. L. J. Dule (Etlilor Appeal), Chas. Kortrecht, Ewi-, t oi. V. C. BeUiell, II. u. Dent. Esq., B. B. Waddell, Esq., and others who have rued It, n to IU inerlw as a rooQng. For references to teadlne citizens of other cities, and examination ot samples of rootluj, please call at our oince. IIS l-'i iJcalo Street. GIN TSEDJSBS. No, 318 Front Street . jy!8 PAVI8 & WAIKEH. ..a 1 I'ORT ROYAL, S. C. This is brought into direct communi cation with Augusta Ly the Port Itoyal railroad, comnleted a few mouths aro. It is au Atlantic seaport, twenty-live miles nearer to Augusta, consequently twenty-live miles nearer to Chattanoo ga, .Memphis ami St. Xioms. It is said to be one of the finest harbors on the coast, vessels of.the largest class coming directly up to the railroad wharf. I con fess to a feeling of great gratification as I looked upon the iron rails terminating at this wharf, where they were met by the waters or the Atlantic, aud reflected that I had beheld these same J ton rails laid down at tbe boat-lauding on the mighty Mississippi, at Hickman, Ken tucky. There Is a close connection of interest in all these lines of .road. E.W. Cole, Esp, of Nashville, ds president of all the line from Jllckman to Chatla- nooga, and.generaluiKrtiitenclent, if I mistake 6tof tlre-lihrf-from Chatta nooga to Aiymsta.while a controlllwr in-! terest IirfHe -Port ilbfSl foad is lMi by the Georgia road, thus placing U19 en-! pleted, to become one amontr the best in 00,1111 1116 vaIue of the ,and9 reclaimed. lue recent rains have improved the f St ..... I nmsnpfifs Knmfiwbat. Tho I'nlr,,! , I -- luoBoumare ceriaimy very good, run- jiemi'his jias a direct interest ;VV., i7 li!. . . 1 , T nlug.asltdoes, through the river belt lathe reeclamation of these lands, forhJA of counties, and making important de- they would constitute a rich and fertile I countiea adjoining LouisviUe. UQUORS. HEAL ESTATE. slrable connections with other roads at territory that would always be tributary 1 a,,uah Keltucky. to the BIulT City, and would contribute The Wesleyan mission at Cape Coast, n rna.i tn mT.T-1. - i.Y 7? ' , " i'"' 1'iiiii.v a AinCa, uaa suiiereu oj jate mrougn the aS&k tra,Srtm.r M.tizeU8. e!lP d Jho far','ealchI1ns. ra V? sch,ef?f8. th? inroad of the Ashantees upon thf terri- u.i.T7n .i7.7. i r , r... uuu"ue worm, "cuc.ua w wucn. irum wwcuuepenu tory under isnguah protection inhabited f..iai ,i el0."e r fertile, well-watered "P"n so many contingencies In the uu- by the Fantees and kindred tribes lauds by the attraction of immTrrnfa in certain future. Miirht not thin wnrir h vf-..,, r lTT w bhe now offers many accomplished by private enterprise.wlth and schools havo been scattered, all the au2 AM prepared to take. charge of a few Insane Person. Such accommodations as may be desired can be secured. On a long and large experience ln the treatment of thin class of cases, with a reference to the profession and community who know me, I must depend for Bit. J. R. ALLEN", No. 19 West Court street. A. YACOABO. E. YACOASO. O. DICXXAKH. A.B.YACCASO A. TACC1BO & CO. Importers and Dealem la LET IT UE KNOWN WILL FURNISH THE AND CIGABS, CENTRAL BAPTIST K0.32OT-it8tr.et. UNTIL JANUARY, 1874. YS&T to 0?e ' 8e iArkan wSSSrSSSl ONE TinT.T,AT? nnimmratlvclv rfipnnlir. irt-lt fA ..i I rnmiiia AnnHAiinA4 j61lts COD3pC Gi to f CIQ0V6 their I r.:irnT VVvi.wWn.i i. ,""""'ug u.Cuu.uwU,iuuu.u. property to uape uoast, aaiar as it is K ISnita ihe wn WDR, end of duplex. practicable; and It is reported that the that' tne ? ndlrSd fSu Bli ih ,e My frlend BaPlex flndlnS eucouragc- chapels at Denkira, Kwaman, Abudzi Yol i whoWnloWtlne L 1J1f-ce- eut to locate In Des Arc. and my des- and Demonasi, as well as the mission toS-V,nISnSf locaUon, tIon being Little RocL-, fifty miles houses, have been bumt. At last ac- Snfra4i liHli2u and f?rther' U bcame necesaary tliat we counte' the prospects were that the sect on of country as e bel eve they of, Bhould here part. Theretore, I took an Ashantees woultf soon annihilate their lTASSlxZ """"teve of the companion of enemies and the English stations as other secuons. Ihere is abundant room my swamp-wanderings and adventures, well. and a hearty welcome for all desiring to and with tho blessing and a bottle of v & X.7 1 w r Uhrono tearfuUy The Alabama Teachers' association Two convicts in the Monroe county, iv Journey alone ' Of mT,rw v begins its meeting August 5th. The sub New York, penitentiary, broke fiom the ric-nce3 and Svations L "Srk JCi3,I?e,ied for discufi8fIo,VreA1lP,t and guard yestefdav. One of them was shot mm lmvXrrtiii 1 $ ?a.u "4rkan- timely, and we congratulate Alabama latally, but the other made his escape. ' count hi 7, future paptr. ' IJnnMunganiaaicaUonofe4. WINES, LIQUOKS J. P. TREZS VAST. N. M. TBEZE VAST. HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE or TRB7i HI TA,TC c CO., 9f. K. cor. Slain and Jefferson 8t. Rental Department In charge W.D. JlcCaUum Buyers and renters of real estate cannot know that they have been best suited until they see onr catalocue. which embraces a larva variety of property for sale and for rent, and which it will always be onr pleasure to show. THE I0JTE STAR COTTON-BIN FEEDERS. NOTICE TO C0TI0N PLANTEBS A Thoroughly Reliable and Practical Cotton-Gia r'eeder. IN offering this reliable machine te th Planters, whleb has proved so satisAietTy to all who have used tfeem, we but repeat their statements when we boast of their practical utility. It increases the product of the gin. It lessens the required power bysrtvlB" a regular supply to rhe gin. Jt makes a belter cotton by the same gin. It saves the saws of the gin by preventing stones, nails, iron, and other hard substance from going Into the breast of the gin. It keeps the roll from breaking and thereby napping ot glu-cuttlnz the cotton If properly adjusted. It works automatically ln connection wltb the gin, and saves hand-labor of the glnaer, so dirrlcnlt to control, and beats him, every time. In quantity and quality. It Is guaranteed to perform all we have claimed for 1 1, and 1 1 is the only cotton- gin feeder that -will do IU Planters, call and see It, and be rid of the greatest annoyance of your life an unruly cotton-glnner by buying one. For sale by TH0S. B. X0KMEXT, JySB Agent for the Manufacturer. IiUMBSK. nl end Id property known PLANTATION." in the LATHS AND SHINGLES Memphis. It Is a SOUND Baptist 'Weekly of Thirty-Six Large Columns. OKEVST IT. A. Rare Chance to get a good paper Cheap.'' specimen copies rree. Address LUTHER & TEASDALE, Publishers Central Baptist, J e21 ST. LOUIS, MO. CAFON SPRINGS AND BATHS, HAMPSHIRE CO., WEST YA. A NY one ln search of a reallr Medicinal -fa. Mineral Water and Bath, and at the same time a most cnarmlng and attractive summer retort, will do well to nrocuro and read our . Terms, 315 and J18 per AddIv tod. Druggists. Memphis, or by mall to KKAZIKB, ft 8ALK, myll eod Proprietors. WK are constantly sawing and are pre pared to furnish Lumber of all dl- juui nniucio, at snort TEXAPr.z: A HAWU5S- menslons, notice. DENTISTS. descriptive pamphlet. week, with discounts on family bills, as stated ln pamphlet. For Kale. That spl as the "UOQDLOE P: counties of Lincoln and Desha, Arkansas, re puted one of the finest cotton plantations on Arkansas river, belonging to non-residents who live at too great distance to give It person al attention, Is oflered for sale atJuOXJO nfUl cash, and four annual payments; possession 1st January, 1S74, from which time deferred payments would date. The tract 'has IGCU acres, one-half cleared and ln a high state of cultivation, well drained, securely fenced, all buildings necessary, such as residence, labor ers' cabins and gin-honses, and with an ade quate force of laborers, most of whom have resided on the nbtce for the last fifteen years. "With a plantation of such extent and capacity of production a bale to the acre belng-a sale ' estlmnta the remunerative r rices now nre- 1&.12SXti 243 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. grower could easily meet the payments and secure a epleudldjttate. I Applications laBranu or Dy letter will re- OB. A, WESSON & SONS, DENTISTS, celve our special jyia Ttention. TBLZEVANT CO. Teetta ExtraeteU Wltbont Pain by Lausblos;&4.