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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--MOKDAY, AUaUST 4, 1873.
sa te FOR SAJJB- - . i v a A kL AH A. Xu l iw - ' M "SJtW'&! BRO- 109 Union J. IV. J-.-- - -a.-"-- ; -aj.in v two-story tone awf B 2SSS?W. cheap, t)AM ST. jy b (ffji lSar and t ti ree light chKeeraadtiau Skim of boam- windew-eaMe., -ha-. m mod a MfllDm. All w- . . Amaiy at e am , w,,- R0ti(w o. M Ktolov corner of now. . . T and In the city. Trice S360. AT.thisofflee. J." " FI Br; T-CLASS ARKANSAS Kivr-i, COTTON FARM. See advertisement of A rpu OTrTTRACTORS-Desirous of ""PJEIi RESIDEN'CKS-Two brlek reepees In the Tito Wk, corner Market andThlrd sis. AP ly o HARRIS A PILLOW. 250 to twenty acres, on doui aaes o uw mil i ii iJ J ftB wvm if aii-iilr- caa Tnart Mid lUldTCM -'J . T p. iL, 8p y0. 218 Madison street. T.-'KOIKKS CCBEINS A GCNN, Adams St., H. wr uiaimnuiaf the inost substan tial and elegantly United stationary engines in the United States. The Exposition engine, so roach admired by thousands, la among the number. It tohorsepower. Oentlenjen de siring engines for. mills etc, shookl call and examine? For mrnpnotty and strength they are net to be e-oauea. -" ENGINE A W-horBO power engine and baiter, with ptupps and a lot or 10-lnch e r y ben. inquire -i 09 ADAMS STREET. yOK RS2ST. STOREHOUSE-No-SW Main street, now oc by . Apply at tgegren STUBS No. M Main street. Inquire of ISAAC ISAAC'S, 57 Jefferson St. IURK A part of "a fine store, with base- s ii i !! AaBirtina aiuu Bura. B SICK HOUSE A large brick hr?S'"f,'2" iaIbIiw nine room, -w. XO. 9 ADAMS bT. Apply at STORE No. 131 Main street, between Market :ind Exckanae- Apply at jy lcqj THIRD ST. X"It'M.Y fnmlated rooms, over Howesew J ing machine rooms iBB Second M- Jyg. OOMS-ODOi t jloawni th.at t famished rooms for St per moat S70 MAI ST. tq-QCSE-yo. Sfl Main gtreetjwAMftST. s - rTTOSHKlv. A nrst-class cotton -shed on i TnncMt street. Apply to ly to is-, FIZER iCO. STciUKHtRJ.Slt No. M Beale street, near teeond. Alio, reaidtce Xo. 38 Orleans street, 'h&)giSE BROB, JV-y, Hi Main street. H . i Tt anrlwimp v furnished, cool room. "a poly at room . third floor, m Main St. ' . .RKHOCSK No. 36 Front street. Ele- O cant office attached. Apply to jV SOCTHKRX LIFE INS. CO, o ORftS Two store-booses in the Lee block, O l'nkreet. Apoiyto J18 JOYSER. LEMMOX A GALE. UOMS-Cninmiefaed rooms at 3tZ Shelby mif'trtr. Me dot. wowwi iu jj TTOOBBS Xos. a5 and a Vanee street jj. two lenements new names in guwi ui'ion; rent reasonable. Apply to VINCENT BACClGALTJPO.or j17 K. L. BELCHER, Altomey. OFFICES-Oottaces, Main am ut. Ape and one storeroom on anttlvto XcRAE, Mi'ERS & SNEED, Znjj Main street. myJ8 V RESIDENCE on Vance street, near St. IX Aim. Inqaire at this office, or at Frank ' n 's tirocery. 3MB Vanee street. nrya "WAISTS. SITUATION As dmingroom girl or cham bermaid; country preferred. Address an! Mai CLARA RAY, city postoffice. SITUATION As kltehen-sardener, by a O couetept man of twenty years experl caw ; is wiUiag t take care of bore ai d ur:e carriage. Address N. L., care this office. DEB80NS wantlns Bored Wells, eall at X HECK'S, m Second st. rpFACBJCR A regular graduate to take 1 charge of toe German town High SeheoL 'rrespoadenee is solicited by Anust SXii. idrea D. R. W. MARTIN, Chairman. jVj German town, Xeun. uNEY TO LOAN in sums of 1S to 51'JO. Address H. T. IV Appeal office. (1O0K A good cook one that can come j well recom mended. Apply at ij-Z; 3S0 SECOND ST. OlTUATIOX-A young lady of Virginia de- 0 Mres a sltnatioa as teacher in a private .Tuily jr schMl. Usual KntrlUh branches, 1 ench aad German taaght. Address Mess X. C KINCKLB. Lynchburg, Va. A FAULTS aad Cisterns to clean. Leave or ders at MR Second street. je27 J. E. HELM A CO. TEW POTATO Kb At H Frout street. L. LAWMUK.N W. SECOND-HAND FURNITT7KK, Feathers and Household Soods of all kinds, bought a 312 Second street. H. T. SINNOTT. ClLEAN INS Vaults and cisterns to clean, . at Union street. J. D. FOX. til KX1TUKK. ETC. To pay tee highest J? price for second-hand furniture, stoves, - Htners, carpets, ete at jrotsecona street, el H. M. DOUGLASS. ROOMS A3TD BOASB. B )ABJ A centlemmn and wife can obtain laianl roam ana ooara by aoaressing u2 J. B. R this office. BEAUTIFUL rooms, with board, furnished or sot ; water and water-closets on each ir ; house new and well ventilated. Day i ' ardent solicited. Apply at S6 Madison st. AXD BOARD Nice, furnished front rooms, with board. Also rooms for use-Keeping, aim) a Jew aay Boaraers , nied at 112 and lit Monroe. Jyl l MJMS Good furnished rooms, with board, L tanuwui IWIUH.V1UI vouru, . ah.hw and wsstiiacton. (V to) Third " STRAYED OR STOLEIT. H' iRSE-MULK Sorrel horse, live yean old, fifteen hands high, star In forehead. m.i ail roand. aim. brown nuu mule. me- j j '.'nstee, heavy baiit. .branded with letter t ! left shoulder. A liberal reward will be - n'l lor any information leading to the re- - ery of I hem or the return of tbem to the tophi Trotting Park. aul H. BROTHERS. POR SAIdB OK xfcEKT. r TTAGK. Ne cottage house on Hernando y kireet railroad. Apply to J. D. O.riGLEY. .IS At E. M. Apperson Co.'s. I) sjslDKMcifi A handsome suburban real- 1 W aenee, snoasM on the Memphis and t. arleston Railroad, at GUI's Station, Z riulesaast of Court Square, containing six . -."'trr. kitchen and outhouses. aU new. with r -mmodious grounds and nne garden spot at bed. For terms apply at the office of the i-iem L lorapanr. an REWARD. V 1 1 II lA REWARD J will give JC08 for the 'l.'rJ arrest and conviction of themur- r ol Frank Mere, who was murdered - uuay norulag, :oly 27.1WH. k'A Elizabeth moore, mother of Frank Moore. SdtJU additional reward wlU be given by me, f the murderer is convicted and hung In - 1 1-'by eoty. WM.J.POLK. PERSONAX. I . WE calls for Keek's omnibuses for the j Paducah and Memphis and Mississippi j.ud Tennessee railroads, or 11 ery of any des- cn ption, at Booona or sn. KM Main street. J 19 E. KECK & BKO. TORRENT OR IiEASE. Tn-r AREHOU8E The cotton warehouse ou VY Court street, below Fourth street . It is a first-class shed ; know n as the " John C Hill v rehouse." Appiy to R. DUDLEY FRAYSER, a Attomev-at-Law. No. 7 Madison st. I.OST. 1)i K KETBOOK On the evening of August l-t, a ladies' morocco pockelbook, oon t.mnng bet ween SIM and 145 in money, some street-car tickets and postage stamps. The finder is welcome to the contents If he will return the pockelbook to au3 Sm MAIN ST. STRAYED. HORSB One light gray horse, about 11 hands high, bears saddle marks. Any cue leaving information at August Beiton1 ti in fectloaert" will lie suitably rewarded. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. rnHE- Stockholders in the ?Iempliis and I imr ;-ston Railroad Company, are Stifled that toe next annual meeting will Jkee atlluBtsvllle, Alabama, on Wednesday, Annst 27,1873. meeting, YSSS,,- 'locates. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. i-Fred. MeBle, a negro, was arrest ed yeetrilay as a so&fiicioug character, ami is now in the stationhoue. Night before 'last there were nine ties arrests at the Cauwy eftreet station bouee. Of this number eijrb t were made by-'Offlcer Sheehan and lite partner. Sir. F. M. Mahan, viee-preeident of the Memphis, Pine IMuff and Shreve port railroad company, has sent the Ap peal office a map of the country through which this road runs, for which he has our thanks. We have received the July number of the Southern FUU. and Fadoryl an excellent monthly publication, publish ed at Jacaton, Mississippi, and devoted to agriculture, horticulture, manufac tures and mechanic arts. A gentleman boarding at No. 85 ilain street yesterday left his pants on the bed, and upon returning to the house missed his pocket-book, contain ing fifty dollars. A boarder named Marcus Bye was arrested on the charge of stealiug the money. Last night an unbridled Chelsea mule was so fascinated by the tinkling of the street-car bells that he followed one of the cars to the stables near Beale street. The mule was arrested, and rid den by a policeman to the Adams street stationhouge to await its owner. Samuel Evans( colored tessaulted Mr. J. J. Dolin in his house on Poplar street last night, and hurled an empty bottle at bis head. The missile came very near striking Mr. lioUn's little child, who was in the far part of the room. Evans was arrested by Officers Conlan and Haggerty. It will be seen from an advertise ment ia another column that Mrs. Moore, mother of the man murdered a week ago last tsatnruay, oners a rewaru of rive hundred dollars, which is supple mented by another five hundred dollars bv Mr. JPoiK. inis rnaKes niteen Hun dred dollars in all. Just before daylight yesterday one of the policemen found a lady sitting among the muies in a nvery-s-taoie on Swoud street, north of Adams. She had been driven from home and out into the darkness of the night by her drunken husband. The miserable woman sought shelter from the rain and storm in the livery-stable. A neero coivict by the name of George S. Keely, recently released from the penitentiary, where he had served nve years ior roocery, was srresiea yes terday fordisorderly oonduet and threat- eniac to kill somebody. He has served two weeks on the chain-gang since com ing from the State prison. Mrs. William Sheay attracted i large crowd last night at the Adams street stationnouse, wnere sue nau Deen carried at the instance of her husband, against whom she alleges some heavy charges of infidelity and moral obloquy. She was very properly released, and al lowed to return to her babe, left uncared I for at hex unhappy nome. An Arkansas traveler took a moon lieht hack-drive with a charming gir of the period last night, and now rinds that he lost fifty dollars by the felonious insenuit v of his fair companion's fingers. He doesn't remember the number of the hack, nor does he know where the woman resides. They met by chance, and he bitterly laments the kindness wmcn muuceu mm to oner nis services. Attention is called to the advertise ment of the St. Louis Medical college, which is one of the oldest, most thor ough and prosperous institutions of learning in the south. The course of study is arranged with unusual care, and the system of instruction most judicious in every respect. This college offers un usual advantages for imparting a class ical, literary, commercial and practical education, xne advertisement is in to day's Appeal. Last night the plastering on the ceiiinc of a vouns man's room on Union street fell unexpectedly and with a crash on the bed. The slumbering youth, being suddenly awoke, sprang from his bed, shouting "murder!" "oiurder!" "thieves!" "burglars!" After smashing a large mirror and becoming enveloped in the mosquito bar, he ran into the hall, where he collided with the landlady, and fainted with terror in her arms. At an early hour last night a gentle man residing at the corner of Causey and Linden streets became tired- of housekeeping and commenced throw ing his personal effects out of the sec ond story window. Thinking burglars had raided the house, the police went in and be explained by saying he wanted to break up house-Keeping, r torn the fragments of the broken pitcher, stone ware, etc., in the street, it was evident he was about to accomplish his purpose. Two colored persons, Henry Sim mons and Leah Vaughn, had an angry altercation last night in the grocery- store at the corner of Causey and Pon totoc streets, bimmons jammed a cock ed revolverin the face of Leah Vaughn. who, believing .herself shot, staggered out of the door, and informed the police of the assault. Captain Browne arrest ed Simmons, and found the pistol cock ed in his pocket. He doubtless wanted an opportunity to shoot the officer, who placed mm in the Causey-street station house. Among the best female colleges in the south is the irranklin female col lege it Holly Springs, Mississippi. The twenty-fifth annual session of this time honored institution of learning opens September btii. The distinguished characteristics of this school are the mod erate terms, superior zeal and experience of the teachers, and the remarkably good society and health of Holly springs. For further information see advertise ment in to-day's Appeal, or address Professor William Clark, president. About three o'clock yesterday morn ing, two poncemen discovered a negro at the head or the stairway in the build ing on Shelby street occupied by Foster. Kealhofer & Co. The negro tried to ixtnceal himself in the shadow of the hall, but was arrested by the lynx-eyed policemen) who found two skeleton keys in his pocket. He gave his name as l?red McBrlue, of Helena, Arkansas, and says he went into the building to escape the fury of the storm. He is no w in the stationnoute, ami has a hearing this morning. It is thought he entered th. ha;i(il,!,fAr 0(mB flftM n,,,. the building for some felonious purpose. Saturday afternoon, while riding in a Main-street car, No. 24, near Monroe, a well-dressed man stole a lady's pocket book, containing one five-dollar bill and five additional dollars in change. He was dressed in light clothes, wore a light hat, and upon entering the car com menced reading a newspaper, in which he seemed much interested. There was no one else in the car except the lady and the man who, stealing the pocket book, left the ear before the lady was aware of her loss. He is well-known, and will be arrested this morning unless the stolen money is returned. For the past three days several pockets have been picked on the street-cars, and the above mentioned thief has been engaged in the villainous work. The daily pictorial paper of New York, the Grapluc, contains a photo graph of a large poster reproduced in type in reduced form in the Graphic, all within two hours. There was a photo graphist in this city who devoted three years to the perfection of this process. A vear ago he went to New York, and this is his work, or that of some one who borrowed and perfected his concep tion. Several gentlemen of this city have their likenesses carved by the sun's light upon metal surfaces, and from these impressions have been often taken on paper. The likenesses, of course, are as perfect as photography produces. Our Memphis artist and in ventor proposed to take a photograph of a tiunu iu vuuri square anu in ten min utes to have the newspaper press en gageti in multiplying the pictures. Is our old Memphis dreamer and mono maniac the artist lor the Graphic? PERSONAL. JonN J. Dunan. Georgia: John W Crump, Mississippi: A. M. Hutchinson, OLt JLJJJ,V3 j ViiU -s.TJs.s- VtVU A wuuvovv . H. J. Harding, Mississippi: Colonel John M. Powell, Mississippi, are stop ping at the Peabody hotel. Major Tom Peters, late of this city, was always given to land speculations, lie has now seized upon four hundred acres in the suburbs of Birmingham, and wants to give each of his old friends here a corner lot. ui course ne uoes. TEMPERANCE. There will be a Temperance meeting to-night, at the brick church in Chelsea, at eight o'clock, under the auspices of the Temple of Love. No. 1. The nublic is invited to attend, especially the boys. ItlYElt INTELLIGENCE. Boats I.cavlns To-Dny. '. St. Loflfs. r. Belle Memphis 5 p.ra VieksborK Capital Citv. . &p.m Knars Point Pirn. Alli o jn Padocah... ,,,, A. J. White 10 aja New QrleaniIL R. Leu,,, HajiT. Arrivals. City of Helena.. VIcksbnT8 .Friars Point rnii Aiun Departures. St, Louis In l'ort. . Q. W. Cheek. Mary Boyd. City of Helena Phil Allin. Trie Weather nnd Rivers. The weather yesterday was decidedly pleasant, and at no time during the day did the temperature get higher than 82 in the shade. The river fell four inches during the past twenty-four hours, and stood last night fourteen feet one inch above low-water mark. Notwithstand ing that, this '-gunge" stage should give nine or ten feet to Cairo. There is not now over eight feet on some of the bars above that, below Osceola being the worst. There the channel has not been found yet by any boat, and the river bottom is full of bumps,the latest sound ings giving ten feet in some places, and from but five to seven feet within the next twenty feet. Without a more rapid decline, the channel there will not begin to cut out for some days, and boats drawing over eight feet will have to go through the double-tripping process. A rise of a few inches is expected in the Missouri, at Omaha, and in the Arkan sas, and yesterday there was a rise of two feet and one inch in the Ohio at Cincinnati, and four inches at Pittsburg, but with these exceptions the streams everywhere are falling, and light-draft packets will be brought into all the upper trades. By Telegrnpn. Cairo, August 3. Night Arrived Julia, Vicksburg; Swift, St Louis Bannock City, St. Louis, 1 p.m.: Georgi C. WolfT.St. Louis, 5 p.m.; Capitol City, St. Louis, 7 p.m. Departed: Kellogg, St. Louis, 8 p.m.; Ueile jsiemphis,3iem phis. 10 p.m.; Julia, St. Louis, 2 a.m. Elver fallen 5 inches. Weather clear an cool. Cincinnati, August 3. River 8 feet 10 inches, and rising. Weather rainy and warm. Arrived: cameua, Mem phis. No departures except (coal packets. Pittsburg. August 3. River 7 feet 4 inches, and falling. Weather cloudy, and warm. io arrivals or depar tures. St. Louis, August 3. Weather, clear and cool. River falling, with 7 feet to Cairo. Arrived: Pauline Carro'l New Orleans; Future City, Cairo City of Chester, Memphis. Departed Alice, Boonville. Evansville, August 3. The weather isciouuy and warm, and rainy. Mer cury 70 to 50. River has fallen inches. Business dull. Up: Long- worm, ii p.m.; Arkansas ueile. 7 a.m Down: Wild Duck and barges 2 p.m. Nashville, August 3. River on a fctan, 'J. feet b inches on the shoals, Weather clear and pleasant. No am vals or departures except one local packet. .Louisville, August 3. River rising. with 4 feet 6 inches in canal and 2 feet 6 inches in chute. Arrived Shannon, Jas. D. Parker, Cincinnati. Departed: Shannon, New Orleans; Jas. u. jfarker, Aiempnis. Weather Probabilities. Washington. D. C. August 3. For tne nortnwest and upper lake region and tnence to Indiana and Missouri, high temperature, falling barometer, southerly winds and generally clear weather. From Mississippi to Lake Ontario and southward to Kentucky and West Vir ginia, cool, clearing and clear weather, nortnwesteny and northerly winds. For Tennessee and eastern gulf States, northerly and northwesterly winds, ris ing barometer, and cool and increasing Cloudy weather and local storms. tot the south Atlantic States, south erly winds veering to northwesterly, rising barometer, partly cloudy weather occasional ram. For the middle Atlantic States, in creasing pressure, occasional rain, and cool, clear weather. For New England, southwesterly and northwesterly winds, cloudy weather, frequent rains and lower temperature, movements or BoatM. Up to dark yesterday, there were two arrivals the Phil Allin, with 16 bales of cotton and 749 sacks of seed, from Fn ars Point. The City of Helena passed up at noon from Vicksburg, with a light trip. Boats to Leave. The Phil Allin departs at five o'clock this evening for Friars Point and all coast landings. Captain James Lee commands, and Mr. William. Blakemore is cierk. The first boat to leave here for Chicot. Napoleon, Greenville and Vicksburg, is the popular Capitol City, of the Anchor line, one takes ner departure irom the elevator at six o'clock this evening, Captain James Luker commands, and Mr. James W. Thompson is purser. The Belle Memphis, in command of captain urane, leaves at nve o'clock this evening for Cairo and St. Louis, Billy Blenker is clerk, and if there is northward-bound passenger in the city, he (uuiy) is the individual who can give him the very best accommoda tions. The fast and commodious steamer R. E. Lee, will be down this morning for JNew Orleans. The A. J. White leaves at ten o'clock this morning for Cairo and Paducah. Mark Cheek goes in command. News OrlR. 'ine average unemployed river man employed himself yesterday in sleep and an occasional decoction of lemonade, taken through an oat-straw. The contract just concluded by the American linage company, of Chicago, for the railway and wagon bridge over tne Missouri river at Atchison, Kansas, provides for a structue one thousand two hundred and seventy-seven feet long between abutments, consisting of a draw three hundred and sixty-two feet in length, and three fixed spans of three nunureu anu nve leet eacn. The super structure will be supported by two abut ments of solid masonry and six piers of masonry anu pneumatic iron piles. The work is to be completed within a year from the commencement. The same company might be induced to throw a Dnuge across tne river here at Memphis were some of the moneyed men of the city to make it an inducement The Signal bureau have again extended their river reports, and give half a dozen new stations daily The coal men of Pittsburg are not anxious for a rise just now, and will not start their fleets, out unles.3 there is plenty of wateri Captain Halliday, of the Jennie Howell, carried only a lire-risk on his boat, which was valued at not less than twenty-five thousand dollars, and the loss will, consequently, fall heavy on him. His experience, however, is onlv the ex perience of others. Captain Henry A. Jones's first boat, and also Captain John Kyle's were lost under similar circum stances, and now their property may be held up as an example what energy and enterprise can accomplish. The Nash ville follows the James D. Parker to this city.and the Nick Longworth follows the Shannon, from Cincinnati to New Or leans The new White river steamer, belonging to Captain W. D. Cumminrrs. now building at Portsmouth, is nearly completed and will be taken to Cincin nati to receive the machinery and outfit. The Cheek's boilers were inspected Friday last and found "O.K." She en ters the Napoleon trade to-morrow The John F. Tolle did not double it over Bulletin bar as was erroneously stated by a morning paper vesterdav. She nut out a very small portion or her freight above, and on coming down found a hole large enough to come through, re turned got her frelght,and came on down. But thirteen-twenty-fourths of the steamer Andrew Ackley was sold by the uiieu states marsnai at JNew Orleans, the other day, for two thousand dollars, and not the whole boat, as previously stated. Wouldn't that New Orleans Officer make an extensive fractional sale if he ever got the papers for the frac tional "Hella Ughes?" The C. B. Church is towing a barge .The Pitts burg Commercial, of Wednesday, says: "We have already stated that the com mission appointed by act of congress to conduct a series of experiments for testing the strength of steam boilers had decided to make the tests upon lands adjoining the city-poor farm, on the Monongahela river. The contract for the construction of the boilers has been awartieu ton. w. C. Carroll &Co., of tne j) ore i-itt iron anu boiler works. This test will determine the strength of the materials used, namplv Homogeneous steel plates, and tne grades snown as United States. Other tests will follow, show ing the causes of deterioration, and the fxeouent explosion of boilers bv over. pressure ana other causes. In this the government officers will be aided by the whole scientific cmraimity. If the testa are properly conducted some very important problems will be solved; and it is to be hoped that such practical knowledge may be gained as will enable those who have control of steam boilers to effectually prevent the fearful de struction of life consequent upon explo sions." Red river rates from New Orleans have advanced from a half to one card rates....The ferryboat, Omaha City, is for sale at Vicksburg On Thursday last the Merchants' Mutual Insurance, company, of New Orleans, bought the Mayllower at Packard's sole for six thousand dollars Captain Gibson has removed the execu tive office of the Memphis and Arkan sas river packet company to the compa ny's wharfboat, below the foot of Court street The tender of the Cairo and Fulton railroad-locomotive which has lain in the bottom of the river all'sum mer at Little Rock, was taken out Wednesday by the wrecking boat Two fiat-cars were re moved on the day following Henry Fogle, clerk of the Camelia, says that two men were lost overboard from his beat on her trip from Cincin nati to this point and return. The first was a negro deck passenger, lost at Hawesville on Monday, the twenty second of July, as the boat was on her way down. The other was a white man named David Herry, a roustabout on the boat, lost overboard on the way up at Yellow Bank Island, above Owens- boro, on the thirty-first of July Says Saturday's Cincinnati Enquirer: "The porter of the steamer Exchange was ar rested yesterday for selling cigars with out a license. He was taken before the commissioner, who offered to release him if he would pay twenty dollars li cense and one dollar costs. Feelin g that he was innocent of any intent to defraud the law, he refused and will stand his trial. There is nothing in the case out side of the fees of some sneaking in former." The Arkansas rose six inches at Little Rock, Friday, but is falling again TheR,E. Lee and Glen- coe are both doubtless above here, double-tripping over Bulletin bar, where they have been twenty-four hours. Both were expected down during the night Personals. Captain Ross, of the Nashville, ia in Louisville, and Captain Dan Moore is in Pittsburg The"Ohio River Traveler" says: "The row-boat champion called to see us on his way down the river. He will challenge Cons Millar, of the Com mercial, for a race to Louisville and re turn. We never go back on the profes sion, and therefore shall lay our nickel on Cons, and may the best man win." Commodore R. C. Gray, and Joseph A- Stone, of Pittsburg, have gone to Cape May John E. Leet, formerly a resident of Sedalia, Missouri, lately con nected with the editorial management of the JNew oneana js ational Jicvubu can, now occupies the position of har- Dormaster in tne urescent uity. He was nominated by the governor and con firmed by the senate of Louisiana. The office pays a salary of from five to eight tnousana acinars per year quite enough for John's current expenses Camp bell, the wretch who murdered Mate Doyle, hangs unless the governor of Illinois follows the example of the gov ernor of Tennessee H. D. Booge, who used to be a steamboat passenger agent at St. Louis, continues striding onward in the path of riches. He is putting up a building in Sioux City to pack twenty tnousana nogs per year capital, two hundred thousand dollars and he has as much more invested in other business. He quit soliciting for steamboats some : ... nn l,,....nl.,M nn I. . L1U1C .lJ,SJ. OUU UCllUCaiUCII ML 1XIO CUtCl- prise and agility to his nimble friend, Dave Hukill, Esq A telegram from General Smith, supervising inspector genoral of steam vessels, states that he will not extend his investigations of the condition of the inspection service to the upper Mississippi, as he had at first proposed, but from Chicago will re turn east, by way of the great lakes A well-known river chieftain, while fondly embracing a lamp-post at a late hour last night in the suburbs of the city, was heard to sing, "With thee all night I mean to stay, and wrestle till the break of day." The gent had attended camp-meeting on Poplar street during the afternoon, and had taken too much" ice-water inhis'n Commodore R. W. Dugan tella the following, but says he got it from Captain Hambletou while at St. Louis: When it became known that Captain Hambleton was about to leave the Chandelure islands for home. Cantain Jim Johnston, of this city, concluded that it would be nice to receive him at Cairo with a little speech of welcome. and he got Deck Casey, of Mound City, to write him one, which he committed to memory and was prepared to deliver at Ike Walder's corner at the nroner mo ment It was entirely original, and be gan, "Hail! spirit of the vasty deep!" The meeting of the two, however, oc curred at Mound City, at a moment! when Johnston was least expecting it, 1 which was enough to upset any common man. But Johnston is possessed of won derful presence of mind, and began his peecn oi welcome at sight as follows: 'Hel-lo-o-o ! Hambletou, you vast old- no, that is'nt it Hail! Hambleton! spirituous old oh! my goodnes, no! Hail, spirit of the na3ty deep ! Guess I'll have to throw up my hand. I say, Bill, how are you, anyway? Take some-1 thing?" MENKEN BROTHERS' Cheap Sale. Children's Dresses, 50c, Ladies Suits, large variety, $2 00 to $4 SO, Ladies' Underwear, slightly soiled, at half price, Remnants at half price, Linen Lawns at 25c and 29c, worth 40c and 50c, 4-4 Linen Lawns, 40c, formerly 60c. MENKEN BROTHERS. A CLOUD OP WITNESSES Jear unequivocal testimony to the transcendant medical virtues of Dr. McCabe's Renowned Medicated Black berry Brandy. From the hundreds of thousands of the afflicted who have used it, not one dissenting voice has ever been heard. It never has failed curing Chol-era-Merbus, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Chol-era-Infantum and Flux. Instead of Bitter Use Sweet Quinine. The regular monthly meeting of lht Knights of lunisfail takes nlap nr. thuir hall this, Monday evening, at eierht clock. JA"3. J. SITLMVA-V trol.lT,t T. J. McCarthy, Secretary. W. Z. Mitchell's school,303 Third st. Hibernians. Tho mpmh nf tha Hibernian Mutual Relief Societv" will meet at their hall, No. 35 Poplar street, Monday evening, 4th instant, at eight To secure North Mississioni trade, ad vertise in the Holly Springs Reporter. The time for the payment of citv taxes, allowing the full discount of twelve and a half ner cet. has been ex tended by Mr. Robertson to include the present week ATTENTION, EPICURES. Come unto me, all ye that are hungry and thirsty, and I will administer unto your wants as no other man can do. My tables are loaded and my tariff is light, and ye will find rest while ye eat. Take my advice unto you, and call on me, at the southwest corner of Second and Madison streets. isaac coewin. DR. BUCHIGNANI'S Anti-bilious Bitters, Indo-Americana, is the only thing selling now everywhere for the cure of liver disease. E. ACKERMANN A- CO., No. 301 Front Street, Sole Agents for the Only Bennlne Darbami Nnioblns Tobacco. The Holly Springs Jleporler controls a wider Influence and a larger circula tion than any paper published in North Mississippi. August fashion magazines and all the illustrated papers, and dailies from all sources, at Joe Locke's, 236 Main street. liOOAJli IX2S3. AttendBobertson'aBusiness College. Armstrong's Photographic Gallery, No 211 Main street Three faultless gem pictures for fifty cents. Economy Forgentlemen to send their springand summer clothing to be cleaned or dyed and repaired, to Hanson & Walker, 246 Second street, for they make a specialty of that kind of work. DON'T BUY COAL UNTIL YOU SEE St. Bernard Coal Association, No. 3. Madison street. Netjril. Instantaneous cure for nen W. Jones & Co. sell it. Valgla. G. NOTICE. Lewis A. Finley, jr., when last heard from; waa in Hopefield, Arkansas, or Hernando, Mississippi. Any informa tion concerning his present whereabouts will be thankfully received and liberally rewarded by William Bath, Memphis. Go to Leddin's Business College. Gentlemen who wish to dress ele gant! v,and at the same time save money, should go at once to Waggener's, 2S8 Main street He is doing a C. O. D. busi ness no bad debts; small profits. J. B. FAIRES & CO., Court Sqnarc Stables. Mules Horses for sole. At and Joe Locke, 236 Main street, has a large assortment of stationery, books and all the late monthlies, weeklies and dailies. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing and Cleaning Hottse in the city is at 246 Second street, Hunt & Hanson's old stand. 11KSViX 6 WALKER. Wagqener, 2S8 Main street, has the finest merchant-tailoring establishment in the city; the largest assortment of goods fresh from the hands of the im porter. The weekly edition of the Holly Springs Jieporter has over ten thousand readers. STEAMBOATS. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOU1B. Uemphls ami St. S-otila Packet Comrmny For Hickman, Colnmbns, Cairo and St. Louts Steamer BELLE MEMPHIS. ,rr s. Crane . Tnn-itar r-W" . i r Leaves as above THIS DAY. Aocust itu. at u o ciocjLp.xn. aul AD. STORM, Treasurer. FOR VICKSBURG. Slemphls and St. Lonis Paciiet Company V. 8. Mall Line. For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vicksburg anu way iauuings. Steamer CAPITAL CITY, jrK Luker m as ItnSSfg weaves aj2iUA.x, -lugmi -un August -ith, at tt p.m. AD. STORM. Treasurer. FOR PADUCAH. For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo nnd Paducah The snlendld nflssenirer .t-Str. A. J. White, CEZSasssas- Jiark K. Cheek master. Leaves MONDAY, August 4th, at 10 a.ui. GEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't, au 203 Front street. FOR ST. FJKANCIS RIVER. REGULAR ll'ESDAT PACKET For nil Wiit Lnmftmrs on theBlssSssInnl to Helena, IAoiriUIle, to Slarlaaaa, ana au iraucis Oliver io Miiisuarg, T. R. liowman Master I Sam Pain Clerk Will leave Memphis as above EVERY TUES DAY, at 5 o clock pan. ForfrelehtoroasRaee nptilvon hoard. f?16 FOR FRIAR'S POINT AND BENDS Memphis, Helena and Friar's Point Line, Bteamer rnii. allun, .ejkz James Lee .MastrJL23S Leaves MempMs MONDAY. Wiollii.au A i' and FRIDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m.. and friar' Point every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, For freight or passage apply on board. CHEEKJLINE. MEMPHIS AND YICHSBUBG PKT CO For Helena, Friars Point, Napolcou, and the Rends. UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON Str.Geo.W.CIieelf Geo. Malone.... ..-..master. Leaves TUESDAYS and FRIDAY'S at 5 p.m., connecting on Tuesdays with the light draught steamer JfiSSIE at the mouth of white river for all points on White, Little Red and Black rivers, anu receipting inrougn ior ireigut. For freight or passage appiy on board or to GEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't, au3 No. 28H Front street. EDUCATION. TO THE PATRONS OF UNION FEMALE COLLEGE, OXFORD, MISS., And to Others Having Daughters to Educate. rilHE authorities of this College have earn l estiv enueavorea to anoru to natrons s school for younx ladies free from all unrea sonable objections and in which may he found choice facilities for cultivating the intellect ana neart oi woman. By the blessiaiti of a ulnd Providence, suc cess has crowned the effort the lrstitutlon lor years having been justly numbered among the best. A choice patronage, which has steadily Increased, and never more rapidly inan aunng mo last, year, attests its worm. The buildings are In good repair and tho rooms neatly furnished. While the essential Departments of Litera ture anu science are or tne nignesr, graae, uie special schools of Music and Painting are eminently attractive, and .commanding the attention of the lovers of the Fine Arts. The school of French Is also a success belnir con ducted by an accomplished lady of European mrtn anu euueauon. In view of these facts, believing that the prosperity of tho College does not depend upon my longer continuance In the Presi dency, aDd wishing to devote myundtvlded attention to the ministry, I have felt con strained to resign. Pbof. R. J. GUTHRIE, iecen,tly a member of the Faculty of tho Mis sissippi University, and formerly Professor of Mathematics in this College, has been choson by the Board of Trustees as my successor- lie Is cordially commended as a Christian gen tleman, anu an euueatoror nne aomues, to whose care you may conHdently commit your daughters. I earnestly advise you to do so. feeling assured he will perform the responsi- uie auu ucncaie uuues oi riesiuent wim fidelity and success. Mrs, Bell nnd I will remain In the Collego for the present Mrs. JIclI continuinc to of ficiate as Lady-Principal unless a successor of experience and efficiency in that Department is secureu. Next session will open September 10. 1S73. Apply to President Guthrie for Catalogues. v. II. Br; LI.. Oxford, Miss., July 28, 1873. au2 MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE. TWELFTH YBAK. NO. 212 DESOTO STKEET. TITRS. FANNIE P. McGHEE. Principal, 1VJL Will re-open for boarders and day schol ars, Monday. September 1, 1H73. For terms, see circulars. Jyl7 T)ELLEYU:iIIGH SCHOOL, Bedford Co., tj Virginia, james 1-. ioicomoe, juu. u. Principal : William H.Abbott. Associate Prin clpal. The Ninth Annual Session of tills Schoi fliool for Boys will begin Sent. 15th. Beauti ful and healthy location, t un corps oi in struotors. Pupils are members of the family. For Information, address either Principal, at ueiievue l: u. jyiu Mrs. Cutubert'g Boarding and Day fcchool for Young Ladies. rpHE Soventh Session of this Institute will JL commence on Monday. September 8, 1873, wi til tne same corps oi teacnersas last year Number of pupils matriculated for scholastic year 1872 nnd 1873, 180. nor runner miormauoa anu cauuuguc, ap ply In person or by letter to Jy20 1100 &. 1111 Chestnut st.. St. Louis, Mo, MEMPHIS SHALE Hi JTo. 250 Poplar Street. William Carroll, A. M., President. rilHE Fifth Scholastic Year of this lnetltu I tion will begin on Monday. September H, 17:1, ana close on riuay, j une 11 isi. Tho tamo course of Instruction will be pur sued as heretofore. Tho system of wiutten examinations will be rigidly adhered to, and medals and prizes awarded pupils lorpioficlency in the dltl'erent departments. The school Is located in ono of Uie most healthy and desirable portions of the city. Boarders can be accommodated In the family of the President. For full particulars as to terms, etc., see Catalogue, or apply to vviiijiAji uakkulij, A. fli., president. DRY GOODS. DRY GOODS I BEY GOODS! ANOTHER SWEEPING EEDUCTI0N -at- VENDIG'S, 226 MAIN ST. Linen Lawns, Percales, French and English Lawns and Jaconets, at half their value. Grenadines, Mozambiqaes and Lcnocs, at a great reduction. Splendid bargains in Table Damask, Nap kins and Towel-. Also, a cheap Une of Linen goods for gents and boys' wear. Lace Shawls at Hnir lrlce. Ladies' and Misses' Cloth Gaiters of the best manufacture, at very low figures. A largo lino at While Spreads, from II 25 upward. Corsets, Hosiery, Kid Gloves, at low figures. JeS SOLOMON VKNDlG,22Mftlu St. i AUCTION SALES. SALE OF TOWN LOTS -AT LUCY DEPOT, On Padncahand Memphis Road. - On .Friday, August 8th, WILL HE OFFERED AT SEVEATY-FirE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS LOTS At the depot called, in honor of the daughter of the President of the road, Twelve miles north of Memphis; on the Dun can Estate, in one of tho finest neighborhoods In Shelby county. Tho terms of the sale will be very easy, and a general invitation Is given to all. A KRWE BARBECUE, and a Special Train on the Railroad, for the benefit of all who attend. For further information apply to E. yf. CALDWELL. TREZETAxNT & CO., 1vl.1 Auctioneer!- PAPER WAREHOUSE. MEYER Sl BRG. WHOLESALE PAPER HOUSE 367 jlain Street, Memphis. TTrE take pleasure In offering to the Trade V V of Memphis and Merchants of the Coun try, a LARGE AND SUPERIOR STOCK of which we are receiving dally, consisting of Wrapping Pnper, all sizes nnd quali ties; Manilla, Itoolia?, Rook, Newspaper, Ktc, which we are offering at GREATLY RE DUCED PRICES. Paper Bags and Flour Sacks a specialty. We respectfully invite the public to call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. Jy27 REMOVED TO 116 and USBcale Street Corner of Hernands. HAVING removed from my old stand, No. SO Jefferson street, to a more commodious house, 1 respectfuUy ask my friends, and business houses generally, to give me a call and examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. I am receiving daily from my mills heavy supplies, comprising everything In this line, which I will sell at manufactu rers prices. Jy2 SAMTEI. n.VBAT. COTTON FACTORS TAYLOR, RADFORD h CO., COTTON FACTORS - AND - Commission Merciiaials WO. 3S9 FROST STREET, MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Manufacturers' Agents for the MIPROTED 1VIXSHIP GIX, Which for llcht draft, fast clnnlns and clean ing of seed, is unequaled by any other gin In use, while it produces as good a sample as any of tho standard gins of our country. Price, 3i per saw. a uiiy warranteu. Brooks' Improved Revolving ScrewPress Tills Justly celebrated Dress, wo nresent to the public greatly lmprowd In convenience, wnicn we ieei assurea win meet ruiiy tne warns oi tne pianten Baxter's Steam Engine. Is simnle. durable, safe, nnd anrnnrea hnt little space. Tho very thing for those wishing- i-.il u i i u w The J. C. Hoadley & Co. Portable Steam ifngine. This engine, so lone and favorabl vknown In LUC muui. UiU uccu gicuuj uupiuvcu, UUb uuiy in material, but workmanshm. It nossesses all the power necessary for the heaviest work. ruiiy warranteu. Gum Belting Always on Hand. w Send for Circulars. JySO COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE, TsrE. the undersigned, have formed a co ll partnership for the purpose of conduct lnga Wholesale GroceryandCottouFactorage ousiness, at, no. f ront street, under uie una name oi RUTLAND, GRAHAM A CO. W. C. RUTLAND. C. C. GRAIIAAI. E. T. FREEMAN. J.J. SHOEMAKER. W. G. Rutland, of Taylor & Rutland. C. C. Gp.AII A.M. Pres. Mechanics t Trailers BTc. r l. ikgexax, late Willi xayior itutianu. j.j. oiioemakhk, late witu Stewart, Gwynue a l.o. RUTLAND, GRAHAM & CO, WHOLESALE GR0CEES AND T2C FACTI2&, 272 Front Street, Memphis. We will open on tho 15tli of August.. with an entirely NEW AND FRESH STOOK of STAPLE GROCERIES, selected with great care anu parcnasea wiui uie view oi meeting the wants of wholesale buyers. Our Mr. RUTLAND will have charge or the Cotton department- Fromlilslongexperience In the busiuess. we feel confident we can irlvo sausiacuoa to ail parties iavormg us Willi uieir smpinenis. RUTLAND, GHAHAM CO. rpHE firm of TAYLOR fc RUTLAND will L bo found at the olllce of the above firm. where they will be pleased to see their lormer patrons anu menus. au l TA VLUlt - B L. 1 LAN i, CHANGE OF FIRE T7E have this day purchased the Interest of IV Mr. Wit. STEWART, in the houses of STEWART BROS. & CO., New Orleans. La.. and STEWART BROS. 5t G WYNNE, Mem phis, Teun. We hereby assume all the liabilities of the late firm, and all parties Indebted to same will make payment to us. The business In New Orleans wU-be con tinued under tho name ol STEWART BROS. & CO., and lu Memphis under the name of STKWART.GWYNNE-BCO. Thonkfulfor pastfavors, wo respectfully ask, a continuance of same. AXNUltlSW s IIS W Alii. HUGH STEWART. " ANDREW D. G WYNNE." ' Memphis, Tenn., July 1, 1873. Having sold to my late partners' my interest In the houses of Stewart Bros. fe Co , New Or leans, and Stewart Bros. !!: Gw'-nne, Memphis, they are charged with the enure settlement of their affairs. In retiring irom business I would ask for my successors a continuance of the liberal patronage bestowed upon the lato Ann. WM. STEWART STEWART, GWYNNE& CO. SUCCESSORS TO STEWART BROS. & G WYNNE, WUOjLJESJlLE 'ACTORS, -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 356 & 358:Frout St. JohA T. S-rrtATTOtT, formerly of Slratton, Mc- Davitt 4 Co. Joiur lu WELLi-oBD.Iato Graham & YGllford. STIIATTON & WELLF0RD COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HAVE REMOVED TO 40 Front Street, cor. JeJfferson. RAILROADS. MEMPHIS & RALEIGH RAILROAD TRAINS will leave Louisville depot, head or Main street, as follows (city time) : DAILY TRAINS (except Sunday) Leave Memphis at 9:00 ajn., 11 56 a.m 4 : p.m. Leave Ralelsh at THO a.ni.. 4:10 n.m.. and 8:30 p.m. Fare for the Bound Trip. 80c JOHN DONOVAN, President Memphis and Raleigh R. It. J AS. Hi'ggp, General Ticket Agent. JyZT PADUCAH AND MEMPHIS XXyVTTiJFi-O T T-. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, JULY W. 1873. no freight wM be received at the deoot alter 3 o'clock p.m. i. a. LUUkt, Agent. Memphis, July 18, 1873. gyW LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE Ann GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD. GCHEDTJLS : Express Train leaves daily, Sundays excepbea.. Mall Train leaves daUy.il 56 a-m Brownsville Accommodation leaves dally, exceptSundays.. itWpjn WHO change of cars by this line tor Losls- viiie or i. iuia. puuman pauu e keeping carson all nljhttralns. er- For Tickets or Information apply at Ticket Office, ,No. 237 1-2 -lain Street. JOHN T. FLYNN, Sup't Memphis Div. James Spbicp, Ticket Agent. Jyl3 Memphis and Little IJock Railway CHANGE OF TIME. COMMENCING SUNDAY, JULY 8. 1873, and until further notice, trains will run as follows: Mail Train leave Memphis, dally.5ri p.m Frelzht and Accommodation Train leave Meinphls,dailyexceptHUnday.5:i5 a.m Direct connect Ion at Little Rock with trains on C. and F. R. K. for Hot spring?, Arkauei nhln. etc. Direct connection at Argents with trains on Little Rock and Frt Smith R. R. for Lewlsburg, lRusseUville, Clarksville, Fort smiui, etc. Mall Train arrives at Memphis., 7:15 ajn Freight and Accommodation Train ar rives at Memphis .. H3 p.m Sleeping- Cars on 31 ail Train. For information and tlcket apply at 237 .nam street, -lain street, oral uepor., ven ter Landing. A. 8. LTVEHMORE, Genl Sup't. Jxo. H.PjcrntY. Gen'l Ticket Agent. Jvl IiAND FOR SALE. -ojxt- Sale. S"I have forty lots In the division of my homo place, CO by 150 feet. Also, my RESI DENCE, with two acres attached, on Walnut street, which I desire to sell. Also, lots front ing on the river, west of the Gayoso house. Persons desiring to purchase can see mo at HY OFFICE, No. 373 3IAIN STREET, JACKSON BLOCK, over Sledge, McKay & CO. myll GEOROE DIXON. Rare Chance to Secure a Home. ntHE undersigned will, on the 21st tlay of X Angust next, sell at public auction, nt Germantown, Tenn his plantation, consist ing of U18 79-100 acres of good farming lands; 400 acres Improved, balance well timbered. Situated two miles northeast of Germantown. and one mile north of Forrest Hill, on the- Aiempnis anu unanesion raiiroau, in anemy conntv. To be sold In 40 acre blocks. Terms of Sale One-sixth cash on day of sale, two-Kixtns on tne lain aay oi uciooei next, halance in one and two vears. Parties desiring to nurchase can obt.i n plats, and information as to title, location, etc., by applying to Mr. Ben. J. F. Owen, who lives near the place, or to Donoho Bulkley, Real Estate Agents, or to C. C. Graham, Presi dent Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, Mem- pnis, xenn., orouuress me at jiauison, atk. Je27d.iw JOHN PaRHAM, Ibs Ms. ABOUT THREE HUNDRED AND SCCTY of these beautiful lots still on hand, and we will keen them onen at the present LOW PRICES and LIBERAL TERMS of payment for a short time longer. All who would avail themselves of the present advantages must notdeluy closing negotiations, for when once the prices are advanced we do not propose to reuuee tnem again, uaii ana get, piois anu make a tuorougn inspection oi tne property witnout ueiay. BTJEKLEY & CO., my25 39 Madison Street. THREE YALT7AELE COTTON PLANTATION Ia Fnnolu County, Mississippi, On Easy Terms and at low Prices. ONE tract, 800 acres, S00 In cultivation; net Income JiOOO. One other tract. 800 acres, 400 in cultiva tion; net Income S3000. One other tract, 400 acres, 100 lu cultivation; income saw. Good gins and cotton presses on each : good water, cood buildlnzs and rrood fenctne. to- getner witn goou laoor, on eacu place. Will be sold, one-half paid first January next and balance In twelve months, at J12 50 per acre. L-an on uait. x. is. uiijuiuiu, aiempnis, or Cait. S. D. POWELL, Bntesvllle, Miss., For full particulars, or correspond with either. KB- Any one desiring to look at said farms win call on capt. a. u. i-oweii, at uaiesvuie, 3llss., who will lurnlsn conveyances anu with parties to the plantations. lei, INSURANCE. BLUFF CITY INSURANCE CO., (Fire nnd Marine,) No. 203 Main st.JJ Memfhis, Tjmjn., July 7, 1873, aar The Board of Directors of this Company has this day declared a dividend of five per cenr. ana oruereu it to do creaiteu on me stock, no tea of tho stockholders. JyS W. "'""- "-iretary. PLANTERS FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., OFFICE IK COMPANY'S RVUUMXGf OJL ZVX .-V-OXSO-NT 31. D. T. PORTER, President, O. II. lOWNSENlVYIce-PresIdenU YT. A. GOODMAN, Secretary. . G. LONSDALE, Jr., Asa't Secretary. DIRECTORS : D. H. TOWNSEND, G. V. RAMBAUT R.A.PINSON, W. L. RADFORD M.D.JOHNSON, D.T.PORTER, C. 3. PHILLIPS, A. J. WHITE, N. R. SLEDGE, R. L. COFFIN, T tir If vt.'U U IA Ts,KT rTrrrn -1J, -J n-i-J J. Urn X1 U-. U A G..1L JUDAH, 8. H. BROOKS, li. iezo INSCJRAHCS. mo SHIPPERS AND OTHERS DESIRING J. to effect Inland and Marine Insurance, I can now offer the PACIFIC MUTUAL INS. CO, OF WEW YORK, TOTAIi ASSETS 31,021,091 59 Sho does no fire business. Her standln. Is not only " first-class " in the United States, but in Europe. CAKRIJIGTON MASON, AGEHT, v. n -r.-Uson Street. TOR SAT, 57. KENTUCKY HORSES, I HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large num ber of No. 1 Saddle and Harness Horses, from ShclbyvHle. Kentucky. Those desiring to purchase will do well to call and examine before buying elsewhere. & FORREST, m,T3) City .Stables, No. 73 Monroe street. LOTS n-T SUMMER RESORTS. a Sim THE alio. a popular Hammer Resort, under the munaiiprnwilnf Mr. .1. F. RORfVfUlV of Nashville, Tenn., wilt be open for the re ception or visitors on the 15th instant. BOARTJ : Per month JUb 00 Per week. u ou Per dav 2 SO Children under twelve years and servants, nan price, npeeiai rates to large families. Excarston tlekett via Memphis and Louis ville railroad, from MemnMa tn Barn's Sta tion and ntnm (distance two hundid miles), twelve i km tars, uifii.iryium een-TeyaiMMS as Burn's Station for the Snrini imm-nmj. upon the arrival of trains. Sleepina Cars uroogB. Trains leave Memphis at 3ut. and 4M p.m., and arrive at Burn's Station at 2 30 pju. ami 21 a.m. For further mformatlo i, address J.F.ROBINSON, Bon Aqua Springs, via Burn's Station, Tenn. CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS, 1873 KENTUCKY. 1S?3 LOCATION Six hoars ran from LeuigvlUc, on the Knox vllle Branch, et the Loutxvilte and Nashville Railroad. Now Open ror Visitors. BOARD-S12 per week during the KonUMOf June and September. On July 1st oar new and commodious brick betel build leg, supplied with ail modern ma venienoax, water, una, ete., will be thrown open to the public, and every effort mada to amure the comfort and welfare of guests. The Hotel riea-ujn will close September 1st, and on th 15th of September tha Keeond Session of "CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS COLLEGE" for young ladles, wlU open, in charge of Prof. Jrto. F. Taubant and Last as Principals, assisted by a full eorps of efficient in ;-! u.-lors. Parents having daughters to educate are espeeially urgnt to visit the Springs during theseacon: art for information in mard to the school, will addrans, by mall, the Prin cipals. For Crab Orchard Springs Hotel pa hi pb IMS and circulars, address SHELBY fHOREL, Proprietors mygj d.tw Crab Orchard, Ky. BIG BONE SPRINGS, Situated lit Bojne County, Ky., Twenty miles from Cincinnati, and one mile irom tne un:o ttlver, m now open for the reception of visitors. Its near proximity to. and easy aecess from Cincinnati, Ohio, and Louisville, Ky., together wiui iuf nne scenery auu uie meaieinut vir tues of the water, render it the most desirable place for these seeking for health or pleasure. The Hotel' is under the management of W. R. McLAUGULiN, and all letters addrewed to him at Big Bone Springs, Hamalton, Bnoae county, Ky., will receive prompt attention. Persons taking the Louisville and Cincin nati 12 o'clock mail line connect with, omni bus at HamHilnu, Ky for the Springs. Jezt CATOOSA SFHIN8S.8A. THE GREAT FOUNTAIN GF HEALTH AND PLEASURE. TILL BE Uim&0 FOR THJ6 RBCBP- tloa or V 1st tors Jane 1, 1X73. Boartl, I'ltty (00) Dorters per month. For analysis and descriptive pamphlet, ad- dress w. u, a-wrn, rnrr, my8 Catoosa Springs. YELLOW SULPHUR SPRINGS Montgomery Co., Yirginia, -TILL BK Opened for Visitors June 1, isrs. Under Uie management of Coi N. COBB. "7"ERY extensive improvements have been Y madesinee last season. Including a large new Hotel, with all modern conveniences. More than six hundred guests eon be com fortably accommodated. This is the most ele vated, the coolest and best shaded summer re sort In Virginia. The mineral water has, for seventy-five years, oeen justly ceieoraieu ior lis aeuve tonic and alterative powers. Hot and Cold Baths of mineral water at the command of visitors. Telegraph, Express and Postoffiees are here. Bowling Alleys ami Billiard Saloons, for ladies and gentlemen. Round Tictets can be procured at all the principal cities. Visitors get off at the ChrisUanborg Depot, on the Atlantic. Mississippi and Ohio railroad- and will be conveyed In comfortable coaches 3 miles to the Springs. TERMS OF BOARD: Permontn JD0 U0 1 Per day. S - 50 Per week lei 00 Month of June 40 09 Children under ten, ami servants, hall price. Ministers of tne Gospel will be charged two- wirus oi arjove rates. This has always been the favorite resort of families, and every arrangement wlU be made ior uieir comiorr. Send for Pamphlet containing analysis oi uie water. j. .1. s J. w aims. Proprietors Yellow Sulphur Springs, myi .Montgomery county, Virginia. BLUE RIDGE SPRINGS, BOTETOURT COUNTY, TA. THLS pleasant SUMMER RESORT Is de lightfully located on the Western Slope af the Bine Ridge Mountains (near the Sum mit), and Immediately on tho line of the At lantic, .Mississippi ana unto itaiiroaa. Open for Visitors June 2, 1S73. IT 18 THE POPULAR CURE for Dyspep sia and Its numerous evil attendants. Descriptive Pamphlets sent to any address, TER3IS OF BOARD : By the season S46 per month By tho two mrtntim so per month By the one month 53 per month By the wpir 15 Hytlie.lay , , 3 Children and servants half price. II uxe Field, M. D., Resident Physician. PHIL. F. BROWN, Proprietor. For further particulars, address, DK. J. HERBERT CLAIBORNE, President of Springs Co., Petersburg, Va. IfiOKTGOMEEY WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, VA. rrtHIS delightful watering place will be open J. for the reception of visitors on tho FlrtST JUA. 1 UlTJUJO JBT. Extensive additions of new furniture have been added, and the proprietors are making every arrangement ior tne comiorr. ana con venience of visitors. This Is the most beautiful and extensivelv Improved of all the numerous watering places In the mountains of Virginia. All the usual appliances for the comfort and amusement of the guests are provided, and Exprksb, Tickst, post anu iklbg rapm ufficks are louna nere BIG- mjJSlJSi JilXj, on the Va. and Tenn. division of the A.M. and O. R. R. is the station at which you take the car for the Springs distant l'-4 miles. Round trip tickets can be procured at all the principal towns ana ciues. C. A. Calhoun, for twelve years the Resi dent Partner at the Alleghany Springs, will assume the management- We emmovnone but Uie most experienced servants, and oursuppllesofevery description will be selected irom uie oesL tne country ana clues auoru. TERMS 92 50 per day; S16 per week: J50 per month : for the month of June, $10. Children under 10 and over 12 years old and servants. nail price. myl eod Pror" &m3.isrsax-E:ji WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WEST VIRGINIA. FAMOUS for their Alterative waters and fashionable natronaee. ARE NOW OPEN. They are 2000 feet above tide-water, affording entire relief from prostrating summer heat Capacity for accommodating 2000 persons. Charges 3 50 per day, 11 per week, and SHu permontn. Wo nrn also nranrletors of the Swent Cha lybeate Springs sixteen miles from the White, known for their unsurpassed Nervine tonic waters and naming au vantages. Whlto SnlDhur water kept here for tho use of visitors without charge. Terms S3 per day, 370 per month. ijirect x eiegrapuic anu ixpress commumca- uon wiui Dom epnngs. 1873 RHEA SPRINGS, 1873 THIS popular Watering Place will be open for the reception of guests uuno 1st, 2878. The Tf otI has been refitted and refurnished. and the grounds largely improved. A FIRST-CLASS LIVERY STABLE is connected wHlr the Hotel. An excellent STRING BAND has been engaged for the Season. Comfort, health and pleasure. TERMS l Board per day.. S3 00 isoaru perweeiv. . 12 50 Board per month. 40 00 These Amines are 2K miles from Athens, on the line of Uie East Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia Railroad, whence hooks wilt start daily, on arrival of trains; and 85 miles from Chattanooga by river, from which city the fine, new passenger steamer J. T. WILDER, Jas. Glover master, makes two trips per week. The waters of Rhea Springs are a specific in tin onra nf rtimnin Diarrhea. Rheumatism. and all diseases of the Liver, Scrofula, Etc. Resident Physician Dr. J.CAbemathy. it arar tn rjn. John T. Wilder. Chattanooga: Rr-v. Jan. Oarmlchael, Memphis: Mr. Per son, Water Valley, Miss., and many others. if or circulars mm utiicriuiunuuuu,uuurcss J. C. WASSON, Proprietor, leXS Sulphur Springs, Rhea county. Tenn. THOUSANDS OF PERSONS WHO HAVE visited these celebrated Snrinirs in vnars past,' will be glad to learn that ample pro vision nas Deen maue ior uieir accommoda tion during the present season. Ihavobullta Large and Elegantly Arranged House, within one hundred yards of tho Springs, and win oe pieaseu to receive ana entertain my friends and the seekers after health and pleasure generally. The house and furniture all new and complete. THIS NOTED WATERING PLACE is so well and favorably known that I deem it unnecessary to '-iy au . wan; in eulogy. "iyo A. it. wtuuu. Mil EBUCATTOH. STATE FEMALE COLLEGE, Xear Mcmpul, Tenn. Rer.C. COLLINS, D.D., : Pr6Jrteatj Assisted by Twelve Professors and Teachers. rnHE distinguishing f eatsrea of Uw tnsttta JL tlon are Haperlor BaildrBav, with Spaeiovu Rooms, public and prrvato; Oetxt OiUci aad lflsctpilne; Parental Governntcat: Thorsaaii neMi in all Branches Literary, Seieattte aad Ornamental; Moral and Reiigtom i Tralittag; General Harmony prtxluctlve of habits of study and cheerfulness; and iisriipiwaflve cheapness for advantages enjoyed. Total Expense per Session ofFIvr Months aiRr. eo This includes Board, Fandahod Room, Was- ng, rnei, lagni, rnyateuns' ree-. 2i and Medlelne. and Tuition In all Um 1 ana scieniinc suiaiea, via: En Latin, Greek, and Stagi-a in Cli Very superior advaatasen 1m menu of Mtute, Pateting, Pruirlai Mm Fall Session begins 'tcoad Hnalaj fa fcis te ruber. Serins SeMdon tt i lua Si day In January. ror runner lnmrmanom address taa IT I dent. lys SOBTIEERS 3IOME SCIIOOI KKTAHUHH-KIJ KMC 197 & 190 N. Charles Street, BuHiwore. Ma. -MBS. WILSON M. CABY, ) , , Mm. 0mr. JOHN PjIGRAM, f Proatwww gxerclsea resumed September But. This lnatltnUon la roadncted oa ttoColka.- au s-Mea, wiui a corps oi ten iawi the T4nub, French and German nv pfoMseors or music, pstnting aa u. hwiides Lee tares aad i raeas mt as are deemed netttsary. cnaceof trie school aod si VTasea at ia uw- strtrtly rsoairai to be spoken. Theselwlstli onr la uawraMj ar- ranaed with a regular wnieaea of i uie progressive system, and la admlMrlon of pupils of all age, t any stage rrom the Primary Claa m tu Uie Csatur Graduate. Clam honors aad dlatlaeUoaii arc awarded at the close of session. Jy2 GAINES INSTITUTE, NO. 109 MADISON STREET, 31 BMP H IB. MRS. KABY K. XERKniTXI will eaen her Finishing; School for TunBg Ladies the First Monoay rs sgptmia. , mmmiU by an able aad accomplished enrpaaf t ! n. No case of sickness among the jiiaua la-leu of this school, requiring medteai aid, during the past ten raontBs. Professor and -fndarne DeCaslro. graduates of the University and 1 1 siiiij nf Paris, will have charge of the Moata aad French Departments. Tha French li ngnri will be spoken in the whom. For Catalogues, inquire of Jy3l Mb. MARY K. MKKEDvTH. C1TEGARAY UfSTlTUTH. Established in New York m UM. and French for young ladles Boarding and day pupils, 1527 aad KB Dai ace street, PUladelphla, Pa. French tmm ata ga.tge of the family, and ia Bonstawtly anaa in the institute. X'ME D'H ERVILLT, Mm. ' .' I lJTOST FEIMLE SE3II1YAE5 p Coringtoii, Tenn. rpHK Fall Session will open oa Monday. X Angus! 4, I87.T. GEO. D. HOSEES, : : t Principal. Our Institution is situated In a TiRaas re markable for its healthfulnesa and snorality; easy of aeeess by Paducah and Memphis rail road, thirty-seven miles from Memphis. JyZZ ST. LOUIS UNIYSESITY. ESTABLISHED IN 1880, B Y members of the Society of Ji mm, and In corporated by an act of the Mtata IsMa- ture in 1632. it has experienced uninterrupted sueeess. and continues to offer the idaisnt every facility for acquiring a tneroanli ChiEsical and Commercial Education. Bulletins are sent three times a year la tne parents or guardians of the student, be in form them of the conduct, health and im provement ot their sous or wards. An snpe rienced physieian dally visitM the rjntrtntfon, and the greatest care and attuuttea a be stowed on the siek. TERMS: Board and tuition per seailoa, tan monUisIW8 The next session begins September L CSt Catalogues containing lnstraetiona to pa rent, and full particulars, will be sent free oa application to UEV. J. U. it Al.-i 1J, . . President St. Lmiis University, St. IxhUk, Mo. Jy2iUw PARK AVENUE ACADEMY, 3 1-- 3IIes from Memphis, rjenr Mem phis and Charleston Railroad. WM. CARUTHERS, A. M. THOS. C. MILLER rSOOATK rjlHR Twelfth !w4Hi of this se-o-1 win fce I gin oa the First Monday In September and continue twenty weeks. The Principal is a graduate of ilniaaiji ii Sidney College and of the Uaiventty srVlr glnia. He has had ten years' expiiiikaaii In teacbing, four ot whleh ne was a prafan or In the first-named institution. For circulars apply to 11. Wade x fln3fr. W. B. Galbreath, or Messrs. StraWan A WaU ford Ott Edncaie Xour Bangliters. XasliTllle. Tennessee. T E. WARD'S SEMINARY for Yonng ' . Ladles, closed on the 11th of June with 38 graduates and near 3U0 pupils. No school in the South, and only three In the North, nava had as rood success. No ease of nrotraeied sickness during the past year. It peaiS i be ing in the city, enjoy the best attvaawsen of their respective churches. Grade of Mm last Senior Class Fall Session opens Septem ber 1th. For Catalogue address JylOdw W. E. WARD, Nashville, Twe. ST. AGNES ACADEMY For Tonus; ladies. ruins Institution, conducted brl JL of St. Dominie, is delightfully situated lu a neaiiny ana reuiea pan or ute city f , pnrs, .Tennessee, ine sainrMB are anu comniodtnus, stantnng in ( extensive and. highly im Droved shaded by forest trees, aod laid oat aad set with rare plants and shrubbery. The course of studies comprint aM rite branches, useful and ornamental, thee are usually taught. The Acailemie Year consists of tw Buiiniii of five months each ; the first eommaMfeaa; ea the rirst of September, the secemt an Ntt First Monday of February. Terms For Session, Payable half-yearly in advance: For Board and Tuition in any ef Ilia njimw ing branches: Reading, ArithmeMe. Wn aWsli Grammar, Geography, Histnry, RbeMte, ComnosiUon. Crltieism. PrincluJes af NMn- ral Philosophy, Chemistry and Batannv Man- tul anil Mural PllilosoohV. Plain Marking, H1 c, $75, ??0, S0, and SWW, aeeortHBg to the age or class of the pupil. For DAY SCHOLARS. Tuition. SIS. m. B or S, according to age or class, as a neve. For further information, apply to or address ti. "MOTHER- SUPERIOR," St. Agnes Academy. aul WASffl-TGT0ff AND LEE Tj-srx v -rasinr. Lexington, Va. .SU.U31EK SCUOOIi. In this school, opening on theflrst Thursday of July and closing the first Thursday of Sep tember, classes In LATIN, GREEK, MATHB- LA.rii ana .HUUfcai iuuu Attmtt win ee taught under the supervision of the faculty, preparatory to regular classes for next session. Terms Twenty dollars for each sehool at tended. WILLIAM BOLD, June, 1873. raemty. ROANOKE C0LLE6E, SAl-SM, VrRGESI.1. TWEXTY'-nKST SESSION, 1873-71 Begins Sept. 3d and Closes Jane 17tli. COURSE of Study as high as that af. any College la Virginia. Literary Societies of first rank. Extenaivn Libraries, Readlngoam, Cabinet and Labora tory. i-ooauon nnsnrpsssea in America. The abundance of the Roanoke Valler-ren. dera tho expenses very moderate. For session of Ten Months (including Board, TnMtou. Fuel, Llghti, Washing, ete.,) about SS. Students from jumxtkkn states and Trrl- tories. or For Catalogues and further mferaia Uon, address- turv. li. i'. HITXLK, Bt D JylCd-w President. TCTF'iXM , Li C-B-T IVTTT.TTARY INSTITUTE, SIX. MULXS FEOit FKAISKFORT. AMONG Its advantages may be en um em ted a full Faculty, with superior men In everv department. Au Unnsnnlly Full Coarse or Stndy A STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINE Freedom from the Manifold TamntattoBS that ordinarily attend College LMb in city or town. The discipline of the camp, combined -wttk the comforts and pleasures or home life which can hardly be found elsewhere The twenty-eighth academic yeurwllt beuin on Monday, September L i7 -" Send ior Catalogue to , Co-IC-" p ALLEN, Sup-t, Je23ddw rarmdale.KrankilacoKx.