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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEA.L--WErISrESI) Alf2 OCTOBER 8, 1S73.
FOR SAI.E. - MvcTDinr vcT ivn win a rOTTVTRY STOr.-iood sUre-hoae, tin-home, with tm ii in i i in i ii 1 1 ... . i.rid?u.e "railroad co7MnkoimSUXDdY APPEAL, it is a dis MpLTIniie aat ot the above. w cleared. - -. i r -niAniinravriii Demiu October, at C)llleniUe Ipou j-e. SuTnns-HiUr ca. balanre j TugnEVAST & Co.. Auctioneers. riOTTTAG E AN D LAND-At Garner. Mitt, P.t h.Sirn., cotaze. built on modern tvle new. with tlx rooms, stare, dining and j m, uc , " M rf .nil tarnished. llt-T JTii TmTUAtA and Tnmtshed- MO" ,rctnK ten acres land, orehaid, garden! ffloU. etc cheap for cash or exchange for embracing ii?5pnH fm from all contagious diseases . . iiAoiihiiEi m.f-A in Z'ffig&ksxnxr. . ... 1 l.wvVs ul I ft I lMwrA Bea&eleT's Brick Yard, on Over-1 -T.?arni?vr'rc tirfutinn frama residence and trvants' room. Apply on the premises, I rt IS Madison atreet. J. A. rolAn. T.onvA fln-a-sa aaloon. in be! bo I hbss location, new and elegantly fitted up, Shd with a Kood stock of liquors. A nnekum-1 mer garden attached to the nouse. xeiwa very iirjerai. riucuuu fcepH APPEAL OFFICE. r ESIDESCK A home-like house and lm- j proved lot, xnqum; HI SG LX E A 7-norse power poriaBie oukiuc. Hi Apply toPeterMitcheii,2lMadisont, . .. .i, t,i Kc.Titifiii lnf. at Hill LTiSuon M and C K. R.- unsurpassed Tor Jiu? 'mV eSfen cS to KhoXantheHy. J!eJS: i?.cinorteSnaRd!m , j jmi RAYNEK, y -Close observers tell us that they MACHINERY A horse-power, Kin and never knew the grass and shrubbery, and fo press, all nearly new, will be sold cheap, liage of the forests to look so green scarcely aioitt Second street. JyU an autumn leaf visible at this season of the year. KSSSSSa?aSlSJ , -n Sunday night the wind blew Annlv to HA RRIri t PILLOW. down the draw on the Tennessee river bridge, v 3 . at Danville, at which point pansencers are 950 i ACRES OF LAND la lots from ten to twenty acres, on both aides of the Mississippi and Tennessee tAilroad.nve miles Irom jiexupiiiB; see amp apS y o. 218 Madison street. IJNGINES-CUBBINS 4 OUKN, Adams rt Hi hora Tnr Kiilft some of the most substan- Hal and elegantly nnlshed VE? tv,o ttt t fni MtJiiA. Ti a Kxtosltlon eDelne. so much admired by thousand Is among tne nnmuer. uuiwouraoi" Tail Vni 'ifX"JX ' felte UNaiNE A S0-horee power engine and boiler, witn pampn ana a ;mui jirm -rtybelt. Inquire at SB ADAMri 8TREKT. TOE KENT. TOOM A neat room, furnished, for two gentlemen, can be bad in a private iHiuw, 196 Union street. oc8 PeTo-n" VaeTlaVeer'Appl? at roet street. H OC5E A splendid new house, Ave rooms Ike Wealthiest part of the city. Inquire of ean)uuia , vt i Triir nf j. H. it, aj Ko. 60 Front atreet WTTAGE HOUSE On Ragland avenue. t AnnlratXa-SGOLanaerdaiesireei. oca TultE AND DWELLIhG-161 Beale rtreet ; wcarleton .with a large number of humor I excellent stand. Apply at Premyi oriOMdrawlnhMnth rn rtUt Brnjaitum. . . . . . . t TI I ' I I I -r-kwMtThA hMLlthlnst the hlchest sltu- lt ated In the city. Families would do weU to call and examine. .-o. sk ouwuturcu OFFICIOS RESIDENCE Residence on Wellington street; offices. No. 33 bonth xl9 43 Madison street. f ERMANIA HOUSE Cemer of Shelby VT andGayoso streeW, at a bargain. Apply at once to John Somervell, omce sut eecona k. ivet. corner Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. sepia "lOTTAGE New eottAge-liouse, situated at riifS - nnlr iTfew stens from street rail- S. ipplf to 7 TfflrmT. ?W Vo.fl West Court street. r HOUSE A des'rable house on the line of I H ernando street railway, within ten mln-1 ... . . . . . v, .1 I lllMlTOILTIII I 1 1 U I L MJUUU. C W UVUDCi IUUU" I era style, and one of the healthiest tocal"li iiSe fi'iS.r,? wSrSd stable. Apply to rtm,exceilent waWr,gose. Apply to . - A. MOORE. 315 Second street. STOREHOUSE CvTTAaES No. 230 Front street, north of Jefferson, formerly occu- r. prvitu A Cn. Aim some nice cot- i-iM fronUne on Hernando street railroad, on Walker avenue, and convenient to State oi menus sympatnize with taem in their be Faiala Colleae. reavemenL fcepii joaEPH lenow, 36 Union street. STOREHOUSE The splendid storehouse.No. ae Second street, fronting Court square. hudy occupied oy . a. urace a. m. to V. Bacigalupo, or to BE-uCHEH it FENTRESS, Attys, Mjpll No. 251 Second street. OFFICES The second story of 311 Front street, suitable for a cotton office. Apply i ON PREMISKS. p KSIDENCES Dwelling, 8 rooros. Union ht. IV Alsotsanuroan residence ana iKcrcn. MINOR MERIWETHER, 310 Second st. r I HE second and third Coors of 351 Main st, I I VT . i . r I 1 Very UZIlb IUCIUX VIA LUlUt. V. Ml WH J , I huiMc for a -wholesale notion nonse. Apply I HrlliLnCCKlAt I QTORKHOUSE Jfo. 61 Beale street, near I U OoeOuO JVlhO, icmucuco u u wuwiuo viraf. ripur Pnnljtr. Annlv to Jv-28 348 Main street 0 KKICKi cottages, and one storeroom on Main street- Appiyio rav2S 27SK Main street. WANTS. OUOEMAKERS-Two shoemakers; one good O steady man to do repairing, to whom good Meudy employment wlU be given, and one to tuake peg work. None but good workmen e apply at No. 116 Poplar street. oeS J. FIRKSiiiif. I i wt flTTKP! 'Wlfh Alyht or more rooms. rUa- I tl msued, Uiree to six miles distant, south irtifeiTed, loronetotwo monlb, lor wnlcli a handsome tent will be paid. Apply at Union attd Ilanters Bank. c6 . . . SAW-FILlNO.-lf0ein-sawsa daytonie 55 eents ) saw.onequarter of me pro eeeus oi wiucniwiu Kiiciwtu. . Mtetatlon. B. W. HICK3IAN, K1 Cor. Main and Ueoigia ttreets. rrANrED! ipivrrni WlXTFTt' WA sm InctrnrtAri by one Of our larsest real I mrfjitA owners to advertise that he will tell I nk..,.. ant valfinVilA Memnhls TirODertV AT I uahii valve, ior cizuuia ... "- i and Desoto Banks. lit iJ . .... - - , Xr-AOON-DRIVER-white). W oc3 OLIVER, FINNIE A CO. OIT1TATION By an expert gardener (Eng- lO llshman) or general groom for a private lurally. call or auaresa iel OFFICE. 76 Jefferson St. i ncvrs-Fm thA fustnttselllnsr articles In A. the world. "Valuable outfit free. E.M. CV3E.IW Jasan street, jew lorn.. i- TJERBONS wanUng Bored Wells, call at jrf HECK'S, 399 Second st. O ECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Feathers I k5 atsd. Household Goods of all kinds, bought at ac Second street. u : nmjuii. iO LEANING Vaults and cisterns to clean, j at 33 Union street. j.u.tua. FURNITURE, ETC To pay the highest price forfteoond-hand furniture, stoves, leffiera, carpeU, ""jco. STRAYED. TAY TEXAS PONY Long mane ana iaii, ri inrwi TT.I'.nn left ,honlder: will pay I SW for InfonuaUon lhat will lead to me re-1 cevery. J. A. FORREST, 73 Monroe st. on tall, will lay lea uuiara i"i icluiu widi JMt Poplar street. J.H.GRANT. BOOMS AK2) 30ABD. KOOMS WITH. BOARD A few day bd: era accommodated. Apply at e7 U SHELBY STREET. "O OOMB Furnished and nnfnrnUhed, cool 1 ij anu pieasani,ai.fiiu locia per znonm; ref eruw requireu. jvppijratoumern Hotel. 1 HUITof unfaixlshed rooms can be had In J a private boarding-house, 01 Monroe st. aim, a lew gentlemen accommoaateq. tepa PERSONAL. rivitANSFER AGENTS We are the only au JL thorlzed omnibus and transfer agents in jnempius ior the paducah and Memphis, and also the Memphis and LitUe Rock railroad. Leave orders at 278 and 237K Main street for OKtniBQies. M. P 4.1TK11MON 4 CO. core STOLEN. MULE-W REWARD-Offered for the re covery ot a large black mule; four years Ow, wart on right ear; had on when taken a good bridle and saddle. MRS. F. C BROWN. "c2 Water Valley. Mississippi. ana ters. TAKEN UP. MARE-October 1th, a black mare, about IS hands high, lour or nve years old. i. . n .. .in in r. 1. .... A . . . . . .. wniid rjt . ii iiimcAu, luico u.iien on tne ruga- r . UOLiIKJAMI'. 35TOTIOB Shippers and Consigneeg. IIEMMHS AKD ST. LOCIS PACKET CO.") Ofllce Mlssiflpol tlver Elevator Co., y Memphis, October 6, 1S73.J CjFrom this date and until further notice, Irotentwljl be received and delivered only be tween the hears oi -m.ana s p.m. .. AJ. BTORM, ctj River E1eratrCe, W. . TO ADVERTISERS. Aslias hcen stated from the first dav of the viiblication of the tinct and separate issue, and no i , , , for. NOTICE. TTrrjyffjf nil. .A ' fl.nKrlijutnif.nt't I "'. . Z amounting to ICSS than JtV6 aol- I - ,,. ,, f,7 rWi. in irpi""" - n r - . I jftl.iinTWJ!. Ktsintnt hn our regular a LOCKE, JiiLS. Jlfifr. Ml Anneal Pitb Co. NOTICE. I TV .T T. HOT.THjfTl tjt hj nur rW(TO. Or I siLaSCrivttOJl. C. G.LOCKE. Bus. Mgr. JIT. Appeal Pub. Co, LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. i Mr. George D. Plummer yeaterday I received from Mr. James M. Brawner. of Ht. J Louis, twenty-five dollars for tno relief of the yellovr-fever sufferers In this city. - J jty in the way of that catches mice, 'and I aeeps un ooga oat 01 ms store. I transferred at the present time. The span is I to be replaced Immediately. We rejrret to learn that Serceant McElroy's wife died of yeUow.fever, night bo tore last, at Trezevant, The bereaved husband has our sincere sympathies In his heavy amicuon. The headquarters of the "Shoulder to-Shoulder" club of the St. Andrew's society 1 1 .ni v- t . . r I wnere vice-President Tomlinson and Hecre- tary roroes will neon nand to tender relief at AcorresDondentaavsthatBeventePn I city notes for five hundred dollars each were taken by seventeen good citizens. HewanLs 10 Know ine name 01 tne seventeenth, wnich has not been made public. The report that tbroueh-traina of the Aiexnpnis ana unaneston raiiroea leave nueen minutes earlier than the schedule time is un true. These trains leavo at the regular hour, as jiereunore mane Known Henry Bishop (colored) trathered a ball of frost as large as a goose-egg yesterday morning from the bed of Tils wagon, and Ieit it at tbe Appeal office. U e wants every per- on to know that we had a big frost A case of yellow-fever occurred on I ty-seventh nlUmo. Dr. L. M. Carrlgan was I e auenaing pnysician. ills mougnt tne ditease was contracted In Memphis. Perhaps the best known comic au thor of the southern Htatcs is B111 Am." who. use -josn ijuungs," inaniges in o&u spelling Bill Arp's new book, entitled Bill Arpft Ttace I xr l no a .. .1 t i dllO, DvJULl) Ul 11U. U EKWUU DUCtb who has two children sick of the fever, and who was made the recipient of some supplies uy me uowara association, respecuuny ue cllned the proffered aid in favor of those who are a,, eedy. urg. Seott wen provided for by bZTSOn. At the corner of Main and "Winches ter streets, yesterday moraine, a white child was run over and severely Injured bv a drav. (everal citizens arrested the negro driver whoe name is Simon W hite, and conducted hlmtothe'statlonbouse. Atthe time of the accident the dray was loaded with cotton. A Causey-street house, occupied by a woman named Turner, was entered b'fore dayllghtyesterday wornlng.and robbed of a considerable amount of valuable articles. As many persons visit me aoove nouse, ltl not probable the thieves wlU be ascertained. Captain Cranmer tried to wort up the case rMtfrtlnr y n f Hlri nt Dtinouul V --J ..I. ww.s.vwwi We announce witli reeret the death of Clarence W. Patten, at halfrpast ten o'clock last n) h K Promenade streeU He was a gna promising boy of fifteen years of ege.and nnlversallyjoved by all who knew him. He was upright, and had a promlfcing career before him. Ilia parents were ont of the city at the Ume, and we know that a host There are pretty well supported ru mors that the Alabama and Chattanooga rail- road Is uaa-lDe into the hands of new re ceivers, one of whom is A. Murdoch, the pre- ent receiver ueing uispiocea ior incompe tency. t.uiriywui prooaoiy geimesu perintendency of the southern division, and peruaps rieming win ue general super tnlendent. John M. Powers will resume the personal superintendency of the telegraph People who had no faith ill Uncle Billy Dardls's prediction that frost would ap pear immediately after the "full o' the moon," and who neglected to take in their hot-house plants night before last, were sorelv erleved because of lhefr lni-r.flnlltv ,' ' , , . . . . "Vrf 17ruiiy laorainp, wneB iney oeneia uie !v 1 ' , ' a, VMO mucib,iiuiu Uncle Billy's prediction is verified, and -01d a aw. uiaj uUv iw. uukiui u iiturtu.1. The Humboldt Journa feava: "Sev eral cases lot yellow-fever came here from Memphis a few days ago, bnt we are glad to state tli at there is no spread of the disease. nvooi luecasesaiea.anaine oiuer two nave recovered and gone home. Thns Humboldt uas in me last iweive montns escaped the tr riblebcoances small dox- cholera nnd vtinw. I fever with which tome of nur nplirhlw.rinir uutumc ueeu tuimi, uiuis lo-uay nappy. Iiiusiiwuujwm ucaiiuj . U lUMU Or CI iy 15 Saturday evenlnir, two negroes snatched one hnndred dollars fromNaUian U. Martin and John Bryant at the levee. Yes- terday Deputy-Sheriff Mnrnhy arresteil two Degroes, Red-Shlrted Bill" (Jones) and Joe Leslie, muenterauey, near commerce street, on tne cnarge oi committing the robDery, llf.I-Kh tried R!ll mnHA an nllnrl ot . t. , ance, bat Deputy -Sheriff Murphy was too de- terminedto be foiled by the negro, who has achieved an Infamous notoriety because of the many criminal acts he has committed. , I isni jones was raiseu at iianDury, Kentucky, tttndWhenhe landed here from a steamboat! - 1 H(X or seven years ago, he wore a red shirt from which his present familiar name at o e Old Jeremy Taylor's advice almnt m,rfrA will Iia m ru.t nnmnn, .... . ir . i .1 . i T i .. . .. . . . ..... j .... in n t If va nnsA by thnA t hlntr.-u-hl.t, . innar troubles and consider what lm'..,i.. an,l nrmivmli thnt. hv tha , u... ..... . i . me oeivcr uie wurse may ue uiULteu out, IT 1 I U1UIUIUHU All 111 t BU1L UL I J. W VPf . .1 . house is left me still, snd my land, or I have a virtuous wiie. or iioneim cniiaren. or lrinrt friends or goo a hopes. Jf I have lost one child it may be that I have two or three still left me. Enjoy the present, whatsoever it may be, and be not solicitous for the future; for if you take your foot from the present standing and thrust It forward toward to-morrow's event. you are In a restless condition: It Is like relcs Ingto quench your presenttulrst byfeariue that you shall want drl nk tho next day. If lo- morrow you buuutu waui, your sorrow would come Ume enough, though you do not hasten It; let your trouble tarry Ull lu own day sends them, and the evils of It bear patiently UV1UCB. l.lij JJ kPlCXlUtl, VI IU1H Qttf , 11 Kj (XI and sweeuy, for this day only is ours. We are aeaa to yesieruay, ana not yet born to the arrow. Dr. Blackburn, in chartre of the Waltbal Infirmary, writes to the Louisville Courier-Journal in recard to the nrlcln nf Hia yellow-fever here, as follows: "You will see ii om your exenanges uiat the committee of investigation 10 ascertain me oriirin nf ttiA disease at Sbreveport have unanimously re ported matineieverwasurongbt from Mex ico to Sbreveport by a circus company, dls trlbuUng the poison on its track thronch Texas. As to Its origin in Memphis its path lssoDlaln and natent that all can tnu-. it - iueiowDoatueecmeiromShreveporttoUils Mrt: Uie captain 'Cullsl died w hen a few mile above Memphis; his body was brought back. One of the crew of the boat came Jooiivji u ...u. .ci, auu M&m uie pnvnego OI entering the house of a kind-hearted old Irish, man named Riley. Riley. tni.tn thA iM.tin.i. uis race, ever rcauy 10 protect and defend tho weak, to aid the needy or succor the sick. Invited him to enter his abode. The sailor lived but a few hours. The ceneronN llllrv soon sickened and died; one alter another of nisiamiiy was stricken down unui all were taken by this rapacious monster. From ihl tenement it has spread to lis now horrible and hucenroDortions. Cantaln John Khlrl oune from sbreveport. He and his wife both died. So did Mr. wheaton and his son. Here 'vra tnree unmisiaitaDie cnanneis by which -41rae entered Memphis. Yet, with ull the --ullfputable facta, there are iersons so tneej. obstinate as to endeavor to foist plindanv. -io upon the already overloaded this epideii. -iria the myUiical theory un bobby of raal. -ho cannot explain take der which all shelter." t-.,v. I JT Btbam Dyeing The cheapest and besi he city u at ASD Cixxmna nntraie In -j.l.l. 'u .i.i 243 Second street, Hunt & i. "VLKER. ktand. HAN SON 4 W . PESTILESCE. A cure and sore preventive. Tr. MrPabA's Renowned Medicated Blackberry nrajxlv baa acquired such a high reputation for tbaseeedy of all bowel affections, that nnnrlndnlud scamps have resorted to every reprehevble device tosteal Its reputation, and thus perpe trate a fraud on the public bv uslnz Klmlla- potues witn similar laoeis to me well-known genuine, CUed with a trash, deleterious to life neaitn. Dr. Buchionani's Anti-bilious Bit Indo.Americana.onir thins: selllnirnow every wnere ior me cure oi uverauiease. Jian ufactory, 80 Vance street. to Have you laid In Y0UE COAL at 03 cents from ST. BERNARD COAL ASSOCIATION No. 3 Madison street. GENTLEMEN who wish to dresa ele- panny, ana at tne sarrre ume nave money Jinn 111 trn st aim 1a WmrmnAr'a "ila xr.,. ctreeu He Is doing a C. O. D. business no baddebU; small proflta. Oestial Acctiom HocsrWhtKi rV(.in n .lAll.ln . (1 . .. I u ... . f lajs and Saturdays. Boltclta all kinds nf ' war and merehandlM for sale. AtnplerocM lr storage. Liberal advaBce asad. THE FEVEB. 3Iortnary Report-Fifly-ThrceDoaths loriy-TJiree iTcrejirom ielioW' FcTer aine3vor;.'I)c-jf cedents. Work of t'hVbdd Fellows, Old Folks Home, and IfownrdAssoclatlon A Good Record. Appeal from Commlssary'llaynes Con iriouuons irom Abroad and rrom Our Own People. Meeting Of Citizens' ExCCUtlTO Commit . tee Important Rnles and Reg ulations Tlio City Districted. The Colored Committee At iTork Sub committees At Work NIclit and Bay Food for the Poor. 1'ROK Tilt; UNDERTAKERS Below we nublish tho name. ase. disease and former residenco of ail persons dying In this cltv and interred for the uast twent v-four hours ending at tlx o'clock thii evening, Mon day, Octobe. 7, 1873: tmmi M. jukes, age zi, purpura! convtu slons, 32S Union street. .ura. it. u. omiin, age yeuow-iever, i Front street. Wm. Berry, ase S3, yellow-fever. Ravburn avenue ana ueorgia sireet. J. Oppelner, age 31, yellow-fever, 61 Market street. James P.Oord. ace Id. yellow fever. Second and Market streets. Anthony Hoffman, age !. yellow-fever. IG-i Front street. Mollie Ileitis, aire 4. vellow-fever. Greenlaw and Third streets. Willie Licben, age 7 weeks, yeuow-fever, Exchange street near Main. Aaron H. Brown. aeeZ!. vellow-fever. How ard Infirmary. Wnttj-r p. liettiB. bcta 17 veiini.rvir iv - ney and Seventh streets. J. T. Kennen. ase unknown, vellow-fever. Main and Gayoso streets. Miss Harriet Etredge, age 61, yellow-fever, Greenlaw Mreet, between Fourth and Fifth. Thomas Lyden. ace 18. yellow-fever. Jack - son and Second streets. Julia Lyden. ase 6. vellow-fever. Jackson and Second streets. I Alls. Kate McCow, age 31, yellow-fever, 8ol Front street, near Commerce. jiirs. wyoD, ase i. yeuow-iever. uverion street, neir Center alley! iti?-Wi2? rSBe.,,yeUOW-Iever' Wnler . . . . alley, near Jackson street. Miss B. Wills, age 19, yellow-fever, 11 Mar ket street. Ifllr. HIT .,1-t.lln .ft 1 . t TT street, between Jackson and Overton. -Mrs. -j una Mcuraw, age zs, yellow-rever, Center alley and Concora streets. John McGrlm, age 21, yellow-rever, city ho -pltaL Charles W. Mecnan, age 6, yellow-fever, 67 Main street. Bessy Turner, ace 15. yellow-fever. S3 Front street. Stenhen Sevier, colored, ase 2!. heart dis ease. Brown's avenue. S , , , , , , , . Ed. Lefiwlck. colored, axe 60, dropsy. Auc- onstreet. ?eantu?KOIltaSe9,3'e"OW',eTer, XT3X W V Wilkerson vellow.fefer ill Fx- lanirestreeL. ' yell0w fe 111 " tL'mS -., KIDUUC ch James Meyer, age 35, yellow-fever, Ex- chanse building. rreu weinaerman, ago oo, yeuow-iever, u verton street. J. W. Wrlgbt. age . yellow-fever. 11 Front street. Harry S. Redford. age , yellow-fever, 17o nemanao street. Rev. B. V. Carey, ase 35. yellow-fever. I Saletteacademy. luizaoem wuu, age , yellow-rever, R'l Market rtreet. - Mrs. Long, age , cause of death , 129 111 street. I Mill street. James Zanser. ase 35. vellow-fever. cltv hos pital. Robert Burns, see . yellow-fever. Howard Infirmary. Ellen Merrett. age . disease. 14 Maiket! street. ' Charity Fotd.'i ace . disease . Causey street. ; John Juston. ace 33. vellow-fever. cltv bos- UllUU. Mrs. Foley, ace -. disease Main and Mar- ket streeU. ' Carl Von Linden. age -, yeUow-fever. Howard infirmary. H. 1. Austin, ase . vellow-fever. Howard Infirmary. Aaron Braun. ace . vellow-fever. Howard Infirmary. Green McCOHum, colored, age, disease, Jackson street. Albert W llkinson. ass disease . Anclion and Third streets. Willie Lenard. ace 10. vellow-fever. Howard Infirmary. Francis Fleming, ase . disease . 593 Main street. G. F. v arcoll, ago , yellow-fever, 'Howard luiluaiy. Barney Foley, nn unknown, yellow fevAr. 11 o ward Infirmary. William Hawkins, ?age , disease , 133 Front streel. Josenh Hlskev. aired At. vellow fever. Hill and Robertson streets. Patrick Renney. ase 45. yellow fever. Main street, between Kxr.hjinim finil MnrlrAt. Mrs. Anne Bowling, age 45, yellow fever, wjiucrui aucuuq hqu x iiiru streets. cignt unknown, Howard Infirmary. Total number of deaths flftv-three.of which fortv-tbree are from vtllow fever. Owlnir to the failure of certificate?, many causes of death are unknown. Yesterday eight deaths were reported from tho Howard infirmary, but of this number there was not a single certificate. It Is pn-sumed, and so Etated, that these eight patients died of yellow fever. CONTRIBUTIONS. MEMrnis, October?, 1873. pTITTni. lnm.1T T ll.nin.ltli hnnrf pnt, 1 1 r of contributions from abioad. May God bless 1 mcuuuun. uuou news comes in irom every 1 ijuuriur. ivurjueou, J.J. liuoui, Chairman Citizens Executive Com. Copy of Telegram. Ixpiaxai-olis, October 7, 1873. H. A. Hamilton. Agent: Southern Express company will start Ave I hundred dollars from citizens of Indianapo- I Us to-day for Howard ussoclaUon. Advance lhat amount. JNO. H. OHR, Agent Adams Express Co. Memphis, October 7, 1873. Major J.J. Busby, Chairman of Relief Com mittee: Dear Sir In compliance with the follow ing telegram, we are pleased to inclose our' check for one hundred dollars. Yours, truly, GRtSEN A LUCAS. New York, October 7,1873. Messrs. Green & Lucas, Managers, Memphis: Tbe Knickerbocker life Insurance company have already subscribed here in aid of vocr mm i im hv liir nnuiini uvwiri u f inn n n vnTif i sick, but tbe president cheerfuUy authorizes you lo pay one hundred dollars additional to tne renci lunu. juius a. micMOLS, Vice-President. Major Busby: Mr. Galbreath left the city yesterday. I now enclose certificates of deposit by B. I'. Anderson, treasurer, which Mr. Galbreath suggests you have transferred to your credit, us cnairman. Hill, payable ball Co.. o dollars, with telegram attached, which will explain itself. I have some funds on hand ...i.i . r .m .. .. . .. .. . . i . . cVn pokbly 5ke up the report, at Y have not yet had Ume, 1 am all alone in my office and quite busy. I have some subscriptions yet unpaid, but suppose they will all come in soon. Please have special notice mode or tbe enclosed draft. Very respectfully, uciooer i, io.o. j. ju.ru vrxiKtm. Memphis, October7, 1S7J. Major J. J. Busby, chairman. Leak Sir I herewith hand vou one hundred dollars, as per enclosed telegram. ibespecu uiiy, l . Jl . 11 1 lil.. PnoyiDBSCB, R. I., October 4, 187A I. M. Hill, Memphis. Draw on us for one hundred dollars, slzbt. for suffering poor of your city. u. Jl. JvlUHALiL. it co. MKMPnis,TENNzs3KE, October 7, 1S73. Major J. J. Busby, chairman Relief com mittee. Dear Sir Enclosed we hand fifty dollars. i l. ht oonurruier vo.,oi i nna- r. n TftTVsif-'n&T u I Memphis. October 7. 1873. Major J. J. Busby, Chairman, etc.: UEAX Biii-i am aumunzeu ny wm. Jl. I Ro.Esq. manager of the Onecn insurance company, of Liverpool, to subscribe 10U,on behalf of the company, for the relief of Uie vellow-fever sutrerers. I hand you herewith - . . ... .. . . . . .. &cnecK on me oiaie nauonai Dana: ior nit amount. Yours Univ. 11. 1. lLilL,l.-SU., New York. October 7. 187X To H.T. Tomlinson: Subscribe one hundred dollars for the relief I of the suncrers. WM. H. ROSS. New York. October 4. 1873. roc. D.H-eincuni: du. u.a-eiDKuni: ... I Pay one hundred dollars to the citizens' re- ef committee, and charge to . lleft v aj nintiiu r ion. . NEW YOUK. October 7. 1873. I . . . T T 1 ... .. I ... in.alrM.I, ... n . I wjuu...iiui"j,vii..iu.u,v; have received one thousand dollars to-day I a n my friends, the wholesale Jewelers of j - ha., jur in u .u c in i . 1 1 1 Buuu Tititj i NUW 1 r ihp tn! nl nmstratlon of our trade 1 it w " -ount would be nve times as large, hero the, an. . jj. wll, ly0 you a checlc for lne '-AyrTrnU- JOurs, . ' Uiuouui. ntANK V. UAlWi UM. gowVILlE, October 6, 1S73. MaJ0LJ J ,bin-.iPclose pleafce find two ' 5 .Si tv dTlllrt, a free-will offering bond Ted and sixty ooiiar, u Qnt pooTand iafferlng pf your cuy. une the suuscjip - ., j meeUnglosi uigui. lars at a i 'll tha Hlieasa In vour I S&U Wi-a&ta5i5rt,Jtto ts. praTe'i ' 1 G. TOMAS. i.nii Mr , CiSien (denot P. S. Our wor. filef.r,C '1' uSX. .it herel.rais. .i"t Tt' ' mi LdrSkennof abXove.a "jffiS&f - shTce writing above. REED. Me vratbi October 7, IS7S. ""hewim hand yon fl wnt me- per letter attached. TO" ANDERSON, tr nrlnlvr 3. IKJ3. , , , , hand a aheclt OA laid line IrTl.lHl-ilielOUdl najju ul-ct-h. the Manhattan bank for fifty dollar, being a bedlrecteJ; by him received nd receipted for; subscription received from tome of my per-1 that he be now authorized to receive and re aonal friends for tbebenefit of the sick and Icelpt for all moneys in the hands of the may- Buuenng.. iucii iil ueing. uduo nere lo-uur. and I nrcsume bv morning substantial aid will be conveyed to Mayor Johnson by tele - i hope to get iireimorrowkr.r-. BB0WNSVII.T.K, i kmj., October fl, IK '. J; J, Bosby, Esq., Chairman Howard Assch la- tlon, Momphfs, Tennessee: DcarBlr Enclosed please find the amouMt of one hundred and sixty-five dollars for the reuei ot uie suncrers in your city, roe list oi contributors are as follows: w. B. Malone, I 118: Philip Yancey, 810; W F. Johnstone, I divided into six sub-committees; said sub iA. L. Glenn, 15: Bradrord ACo., 85jCampbell, I coinmltteai to be composed of three mcm R. A Co., 13; C. F. Rend, 55 ; R. G. Thomas, P; I bers each; nnd it shall be the duty of said iiiunei j u. i uewu. 90: wionei Denjamui u Lea,&5; II. J. Livingston, $5; W. II. Cadlcux, u. i,uuuiuuuuuaju Bumi ui uueuiiuur auu rvfurin, vazu lur hucii uays a.1 saia commiicees over.Sa); contributions in hnras ot fifty and I may be appointed to duty; nnd tliatsaid ub twenty.nve cents. KiS. We are verv resnect- I committee ba named at the rp?nliir TnflnM fnllv vnnrm W Tr I'ATIV TTV W.H CADIEUX W.J. MONTGOMERY, i Major J.J. Busby, Chairman, etc.: 1 herewith-hand vou amount donated bv Judge WmMi Smith, tlO. -By myself, which I propose to renew every week, tu I will tele graph to all oar obnrch papers to ask that col lections 09 maue ror toe gooa cu ine cause. Respectfully yours, W.C.JOHNSON, Editor Western Methodist. Leiqiitos-. ai.a.. October 0. 1S73. - 1 Major J.J. Busby, Clialrman Relief Commit- I tee.Memphis: , Inclosed Dleae find a list of voluntary con tributions for Memphis sufferers. bv citizens (of Lelghton. I Inclose herewith sight draft on J. R. Godwin Co., of your city, for twen ty-seven dollars, l ours truiy, -: J.C.WOOTEN. I-, We the undersigned, agree to pay the amount annexed to our names for the benefit of tbe Memphis sufferers: J. C Wooten, S2S0; tr.n. tking.K ou;w. w. jsiaaemore, wou; joun "l??i0V6.rJ ri. ihn.l,,ri,?,,ln?0i SL' F u""?" V." , . V, ', -A . T,v I suo-commitiee, oemiea oya commissary regu rnan.KW: Mc(rmacl & PasIey, S2M;J.W. huly appointed and in charge of all stores Johnson, 2u; J. Pool, J2 jU; Cash, 51. I purchased or donated; that said commissary , , - . .'. ; ... , . Major J.J. Busby, Chairman, etc., Memphis, Tennessee: Dkar Sir X enclose you an order for twenty-five dollars, which will bo nald on cre- sentatlon. It is for the benefit ol the suffering of Memphis. Yours, etc., Y A. UU.lJ.1'. BRowsaviLLt, i enn., October C, 1H73. J. J. Busby, Esq.: HEAKniK rincioseii l sena you nveuonars toward the relief of the sufferers of your city. A. PLANT. J.J. Busby, Chairman, etc.: Through w. ii. t,Tawiordruo.,oi wmision, Tennessee, for themselves and others, we hand I you herewith forty dollars. OWEN, M'NUTT A CO. Major J.J. Busby, Chairman, etc.: Deah 8ie I herewith hand you, as per tele grams from Henry Rice, J. L. Mensen, A. Seessel and B. Lowensteln, for the relief of the poor and suffering of our city. RlCE, STIX 4 CO. I Major J.J. Busby, Chairman, etc.: I herewltn nana yon a list oi names oraerea hroagh my lines to pay over to you: W. H. 1 Ilirnnirh mv lines to nay over to y I Brazier, New York, S7o; Sam Butler, Pine I Bluff, SI00; Captain Owen, Pine Bluff, $51 20. Total, !Z 20. j. j. Busby: The nbovesum Is to vour credit at the"West- 1 om iininn i.innii pnmnanv. October 7. 1873. I r M. RAKER. ManAeer. BA.nDSToww,Ky., October 5, 1S73. Dear Sir I will take up a collection to-day i . . . ... . . - tne caurcn, ana iiuia I mtr fHanrll Jl ura anil HA nil I fl 111 Ilir lilt' NUI lerers of Memphis. I hafo been here for some days witn my poor, sick wiie. x nope sue win soon recover. Regards to all. Your friend, .1 .'io. o. iaiu i . .. lu.i. Malor J. J. Busby. Chairman Citizens' Ex ecutive Committee: The following is Uie list of subscript ions ob- tnined bv me from citizens of Colllerville, TennsRseo, as aid for the Howard association relief fund of your city. GEO. W. SCOTT. Coixiebville, Tennessee, October 6, 1S73. Enclosed nnd seventy dollars raised by subscription in Colllerville. for sick of Mem- I puis. j. r. Biggs io.,j;u. n. uavis.soi i.i. Ttieeviev. ss? W. if. Ivikwood. S3: G. II. t-cott. phis. J. F. Biggs Co., 53; U. H. Davis. So; 1.1. $5; H.Irby.$i; Mangum & Brother, !!: Rod- Afmm5S. (b V'lioUl?2 W1 M ffPSb'Viiri.f 9- s vkvX' I'S'S'lN'-w"0!!?' iiSS?. !J: 9.-s-Ia.rl8.h.?L'" H-?f:VTJ.J. HiH" Brothers, SI; t'ash.Jl: V. II.Swlft.Sl Mont- 11UWC10, Ol i v iu, 1 . i.iuonu.,i, , , . i.nmerv .1. .t IVi.. SI ? WnflllV a: Keveil. 5: VI. R. Johnson. 81 : B. F. Owen, SI ; J. I H. Clark, tl ; Albert Suege, $1 ; J. M. Elemmlng, tl: J. A. Plummer, tl; .1. H.Hchrader. 1: W. T. Wakedeld. SI: cash SI-cash, 81: cash, tl; Wm. Cox, 50c; S. H. Bus- i7:T?;7 lI,;U.ll'erson.5Uc;casii,tc;H wii- 50e:J. J. Beggs, tl. The mayor and board called meeting and donated S, making a total of S100. You will please have the nbovo published and oblige, yours respectfully, II XT ttl'll G. W. SCOTT. New;York, October 7, 1873. Union and Planters Bank, Memphis: at AnrtrAtrn Kv?lptv has nlaeed to vour in nnnnrori AniiAi-a for nsA nf .T. t Forbes, secretary St. Andrews society, Mem- nM BANK OF NEW YORK. phis. Holly Spbisgs, Miss., October 6, 1S73. A. Seessel it Son w wlii Forward by ernress three hundred andllx-seven doU'an, and 1-, collected from tbe citizens of this placo for the suffering cr your city. fe. J. C. LE VY VAN H. MANNING. Memphis, Tekk., October 6, 187J. Received of Rev. Dr. Landrum three hun dred dollars, contributed by the Benevolent association of Savannah, Georgia, for the re lief of our people who are suffering from yellow-fever. J.J. BUSBY. Baltimore, October C, 1S73. N. A. Hamilton: The agent of the Southern express compa ny has collected two hundred and fifty dol lars. Will send to-night. More will follow. JaMES SHDTER, Agent Southern Express Company. Reiter, Lavely Co., Pittsburg, Pennsylvn nla.sent one hni dred dollars to relief lund, per John Manogne Howard Associa4 ion Received from the cit izens of Bolivar, Tennessee, through John H. Polk, by telegraph, to Hill, Fontaine & Co., iuu. E. P. McNeal, of Bolivar, sent S2, instead of II'.. X . .J . V. . . ...., VJ 1 , " J10, as reported heretofore. Whekliko, Va., October!, 1S73. OrtniLLBitos. tCo.:Contrlbute 5103 for use I In thA relief fund. BELMONT NAIL WOKliH LU. Contributions were received yesterday from I 8coby,Mempbl,$25: Wash. Brooks t Kellogg, Cincinnati, cxj; nuanown ciuzen oi liuguu, LI AAJ . U i4lllw TIU VI xuwuqwt i 81; T. S. Webb, KnoxvlUc.jUL!; A. s. Abie, S7o; C P. Malone, Quincy, Illinois, $119; Hon. I uaroour lewii, aieiupuis, siw, tmeusui n. i touls, through George H.Morgan,ss51; George I j.uocKinc agcai ior waoicaio uuutuuu Buuc i aeaiersoi ikiod,ii.o,o. n . ivecp, .iew iumi ii.?.' city, too; ciuzens oi l-iiiiaaeipuia, inrougu V jT iHuches SDrinEfield. illlnols, S.57 50: clti' - i . . . . t 0ns nf Tfaahvflle. Tennessee, throuch Ex- !ii.....v.ii u nmitm i -j-i itiTonu nf I New Albany. Indiana, throuch their mayor, Hon. F. A. Kunkle.tllS; Byrd Douglass, Nasli- vuit4ioiiiii, ' """-""""' it- .1ft .1 l.n.ila rf Amir I M. W. Bennett, Lincoln, Illinois, w; a. u.uarr, Galesburc. lunois. Y-ork, flu; Charles C. uaitimore ynnmran, elves ten thousand ratlonsperday. The above I was receiveu or aiuyor ouuusuu. wuo io-uay will give SolflO to the ciUzens relief commit- tee. ourrpieareappre j,',"r ""-"" zens of Other ClUes and States. THE HOWARD AS80CIAIION, There were forty-five appllcaUons fornurses yesterday, and of this number seventeen were I VQUl'lltu u uia luMJcmiiuu. win.) uud ucuiu fciwirtftrf vesterriav from the vel.nw-feyer P19CU1 UI aOrMNl Uy illO tuaUCIttUUU, lUHUUH I anW75mary report for the past forty-eight TTia a(LrM.tatInn In ilnlncr all In ltn nnwer tn I alleviate the sufferings of the poor.and are as attentive as they can pebbly be to every ap- Peal for help. The association yesterday received contri hntions amounting to twenty-six hundred dollars, donated by ciUzens of Memphis, New Orleans, St. Louis, Tuscumbla, Alabama; Staunton, Nashville, Senatobla, Mississippi; Madison, Indiana; Brownsville, Cincinnati, Mlddleton, Sardls, Mississippi; Humboldt, Til. 1 1 .1 1 1. I .. t,nll. tlm.lni.l,nM T7,ilnn.1. 1 UHUUCIIIUm, llllll, ill, nil ill in ii ill. i, i.n.i.ii.. , Trenton and Waverly. Since the assoclaUon commenced its. noble wnrlr the execauve committee nave eiven These I out nine nunarea anu niiy rations, laese raUonshave been Issued to the poor, and those who were unable to assist themselves. The names and residences of all persons given ratlons are on the books of the association ...i.. ,i i, i.TiTini-TtnTi nr nnv i'IHti.ti nrul n. satisfactory refutaUon of the charges made hAfnrn the citizens' relief committee by a skenticai oerson oi lempnis. i THK OLD FOLKS AT HOME." ml ..1 -M.tl.1w maatlno rf f Via HAM TcNsst" of Shelby county was held yester- day aiternoon, inj . , t"" ' "rrc ViT.r,i itV t p Prmii , ""n m the chair, and Mr. J. P. Prescott sec- tf"?- ,, ioia harheniA and , T,h?ml"ef Stinrf AiriS tm festival was,, on motion, .Uowea UU next .umior mMiinir in m mn 1 1 1 r-1 1 i i-ihh i . 'j.. . - . " r i : , .... . fir. Jnaiah Tielnaeh was elected a member. and Mr. Thomas P. Young elected an honor ary member of the society, fcoven candidates for membership were proposed, and rofered to Uie usual committee. Mr. Tilman C RetUs was reported very sick, and the usual relief was ordered to be sent him by the treasurer. ThA- nrniddent announced tho deaths of .," ' RAttT inhn NewsnmA nn.i I -2 fcJ,5? the K rc? Char . H. N JJ"tff -fffi2" S ontha- treaturor for the funeral ex- L.o. nflhaliln A.t RettlR. amountini? tn I iii,tno .lnlli.ni.tn he nald to hlswldnw. . . . ....... T ..!1. T .. .1 T ne aisostateu iiiai uo uuu biuuiuk;u ouuu o. x, Swayne aa a manager of Uie society, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the late c Hems. rr... . i -i . The society then adjourned. CITIZENS' MEETING. Tho retilar meetintr of the citizens' oxecn tlve committee was held yesterday afternoon, i .iin.i .in lliithv. JnTinGun A ( H I relary. Among the members present were jy. uenesee, i ew t -lju" ... , . ... i .. i., ....... ..in, ... . Fulten and Co., of the I Still, fourth wai-d; Morrl Henderson, fifth r. . . i ... I' . . . 1 ,. I T.I V It tlVAB si t h BTOWl Til mt. TIllTll cinn. Pm.iHont nrunt I seventh ward: Wm. Brlnklv. eisbth ward: V. Rambaut, S. a: joDe..rontaine, i.nap-.vood : t i. tl ,-.- A linA nnmhernf elll. I PunncnmSn Shaw, Major Haines, and M BULKS ASP REGULATIONS. Major Rambant, from the commltteo on rnW. rcgnlatlons and by-laws, aubmltted the inwinc. which, niier a snori. uiwjussion, .THS CiUzens' Belief .r:comniltteo to whom was referred the doty of prepartng by-law for the govern, mint otba aiooaUpn, beg leavo to report: Flist-Jriiat this body.be known as the "011-..-n.i lef comml Uee."and tfiat Its prent of. ticers be and .rtmaia ia now : j. i. uusny pr Ident; A. Kriu,.cj. mmmlla" uTWhom"Ml inineiihal eommitteend loruranyoi.ner parry, donated to tno sick ana I destitute of this cltv. 1 Third That the eecrctary bo required to keep hud uuu i;urroci. recora 01 eacnreguiarmeet lng of this awoclatlon: and that this body meet each and every day promptly at three o'clock in the evening, for the dispatch of gen eral business coming under its authority; caring for the sick and destitute of tho city, aim ciiuuuuuK) toao as jong as ueernea no cessary and advisable; and that seven mem. bersof thlt-bodv shall constitute nnnornm. ruunu inaiinn sam rcnci commiiice De 1 Buo-Juiiuiiiees 10 nave run coniroi anu man. I agementof the disbursing of funds, receiving Inflh. Miliar MmMltlM anf1 nrrl.-w1 . of the relief committee, and ordered to act for the enstilncr dav. That names or said sub committee for tbe day be printed each morn- iiie. uuu it snau oe meir amy to remain in ofllce, giving so much of their time and at tention to their duty as may be necessary to mo proper penormance increo:, oetweon me hours of nine o'clock in the morning, end four o'clock in the afternoon. That the cnairman and secretary be relieved from duty upon any sub-committee. Fifth That tho chairman shall make full report at each regular dally meeting of this whom, and of all moneys paid, and to whom, I and the amount of cash on hand. That nc uu:iaiiun,oi aii moneys receiveo, ana irom money f hall be nald bv said chairman, save upon order approved by said sub-committee ucung lorinatuay. Sixth That all applications for relief be made in writing, stating for whom needed, whether on account of sickness or destitution, giving name of party, number of residence, and if for more than one, the number in the iumlly, based upon personal knowledge; If and tnat this application, upon approval of sick, suite uisease ana auenaing pnysician I shau purchase all stores necessary, and place I me in the storehouse, and present bill to au- U.k.UK tut muiciiii UIU. iic UU charged with all goods purchased or donated, to receipt for same and to beheld responsible for the disbursing of all such; that ho deliver same only upon orders of tho auditing com mittee, and only such voucher shall be recog nized as valid when so approved: be shall keep a book. In which shall be kept a correct account or all articles received and disbursed, nrl ha fiitKlAitf tn tho in.nAnttftn at. Alt time, nf I arjJ. member of this association. I Seventh- The said commissary shall have printed such blank forms as may be necessary tor the convenience, systematizing and prompt dispatch of any and all business com In" under his control: and that said commis sary shall bo allowed a salary of two hundred dollars per month, and be elected by .the memnersoi mm association, ana 10 noiu oi flee as long as may be deemed advisable and necessary, and shall be allowed such help as his duties may require, subject to the ap proval of tills association. Eighth That all bills be presented, properly authenticated accompanied with order for purchase, upon Monday of each week, to the sub-committee for that day for payment. Ninth -That the absence of any member of lhls association from any two successive meetings, without good and satisfactory rea sons, shall deprive him of his seat in this body. 'lenth Order of business: Reading minutes of previous meeting; report of chairman, standing and fpeclal committees; report of secretary ; ne w business. All of which is respectfu'ly submitted. G. V. RAMBAUT, B. P. ANDERSON, S. B. BOBBINS. The chairman expected, and really wished, to be relieved from acting as treasurer.as well ax Drcsldent. but it seemed the committee wished him to act in both capacities, and if It was considered necessary that he shonld do so, he would discharge the duties of both olHces to the best of his ability. Mr. John Zent said he was glad that the committee had thought proper to relieve him frnm nftimrne t rpafiiiPPf. fi h A 11 VA.1 Utl I tnirn tn ih Infectvl district, and many ner- sons weroalraid to go there to And him, to get monov. I M y si Tl ltnhhlni. fmm tliA inmm 1 1 tAA on regulations, explained that that was the very object they had In view when they prepared tho report. Major Busby had his office in the I cemer oi ine ciiy, auu uuum u imii iuuuu i " at all times. THE COMMISSARY AGENT. Maior Rambsutmoved that Major J.J.Mur- P"v be elected commissary agent- Major Murphy decUned, wTth thanks, as ho had already so many other duties to perform. I aa H'ready so many other duties to perform Mr. S. M. Jobe nominated W. II. Haines for the omce of commissary agent. Mr. James G. Simpson nominated II. T. Halne? "even: kin?. A ballot being takes resulted as follows nl0ti0n. Malor : seven. iiainovs election was PH? iSSrt...," . i.a!.,,i m.w tt.i. h.,i. Aiectf And instructed Thim to erTter on the S,.!a',a?fL iSSt?V.1in.i en,cr on tne Major Haynes replied that he was prepared to uo so mat very nigni. GOVERNMENT SUPPLIES AND CONTRI BUTIONS. Mayor Johnson wished to state that lie had that day received a larse number of con Uibutlons in ca.-h. He hod also been notified by the chief quartermaster at Louisville that he had been Instructed by the secretary of war at v. asiungton lo lorwara ten thousand rations for thesuffercrsln Memphis. He had '1 'J.i'' "'"1 1 nounta ine quartermaster in i.ouisvmei to receive and take charge of the rations when thevnrrired at the railroad dotiot. The premlsesat No. 135 Main street, belonging to Mr. Bethel, had been secured, where Uie rations would be stored and taken charge of Dy Mr. -eaus,wno wouia givenisume gramu. ous durlns the dav: but. us he lived some abv tance into the country, they would require to supply his place at night. The arrangements, however, male that afternoon might obviate this. He also wished to state that lie-bad fur nished money to several Catholic prlestn, who were giving an tueir ume to auenaance on ine sick, ana aiso to itev. Mr. aiater. itev Dr. Carmichael and Rev. Mr. Bogg. to pur chase blankets and other necessaries for the poor, which, he felt confident, would be well applied. He might state, that in addition to other contributions he had received that day, he had gotten an order for ten barrels of Hour from Mr. tsart Douglass, isasnvme. THE SUB COMMITTEES. Major Rnmbaut said he understood that the room lntherearot the Merchant's national bank could be procured rrom ten till four each day, for the meetings of the several sub-committees, and moved that a committee of three beaDoointed to confer with Mr. Bice, on the Tlie cualr then appointed Messrs. Rambaut Fontaine and Jobe as tbe committee. Tho chair annotated Messrs. J. G. Slmnsnn S. M. Jobe and Ed. Shaw, the visiting sub- I committee, for lo-day, nnd said ho would select the other committees, and announce the fame at the raectlnc to be held that afternoon. Major J. J. Murphy remarked that tbe slate for orders in the fifth ward would be found at Mr. Tozer's drug store, on Beale sireei. THE WARDS. 1 J1U illUii nctu UICU 1(111 1 u( nucu V Kl til Jl the chairmen reported families in distress and sick, and were instructed to relieve them as eany as possioie. On motion, ten dollars were appropriated by .nr.onarp, in oruer w lurnisn reuei loaiam ny living near me xennessee aepou TIE COLORED COMMITTEES, Councilman Shaw reported that hehadsc lected the following colored persons in the several wards to act on the various sub-corn mlttees, and, on motion tit Major Anderson they were invited to co-operate witn tne gen IT.-! I COmmiLLeC. Ullti III LI! II 11 ML LI1II II 1 11' 1 1 II r1 u i . n r m;ik3i. Robert Taney, ninth ward; Africa Bally u. " MONEY TO THE POOR. Jlr Loubrle moved that the sub-committee be restricted to giving no more lhannvedol lars In money to any one family. Mr. Robbins said many of the poor reaulred a little money, as well as provisions, for medi cine and otber necessaries. Mr. I. Happek thought the matter should be teft to tbe Judgment or the subcommittee, t n,. v..-i .. v ..mttn., ,ruu t . oiinntiwi A MOBILE PHYSICIAN. Ul. lliuuin a I'll J ..i. . in. ii i 1.1M.J I'J standing in Mobile, was Introduced, and said ever, nlve it for nubllcatlon to the Dress. Major B. P. Anderson moved that tho action ol 'Mayor tog$& Ucnt in ithe d sburelng of money be approved bv the committee. Tho committee then adjourned till half-post twoo ciock mis aiternoon ODD-FELLOWS The relief committee have now twenty eicbt cases on hand, and lost four in the last twenty-four hours. The majority of the cases are uoinc wen. anu tnev nave iweniy- three nurses on duty, and five additional mreouuiwsnmuuij. uuu uuui.iuuai nurses have been telegraphed for to New Orleans, and will, no doubt, arrive in a day or two. The contributions and donations to- day are Irom Louisville, S200; Brother Graff, Fort Scott. Kansas. SIB: Jackson. Tennessee. SjO; relief committee, New Albany, Indiana, IKiuO. The daily expenses of the committee wuuum in iw. mc uumiuiiixrc n.i u dwcu uuiam iu ici AN APPEAL. Office Chief Commissary) Citizens' relief Committec, V 135 Main street, Memphis, Oct. 0, 1873.J Editobs Appeal There are many of our good citizens who nave noi tne money to con tribute to onr suflerlng poor, but who have groceries and otber articles which they would contribute If they knew to whom to deliver these articles for distribution. The CiUzens' relief committee have appointed me a com missary to co'lect and distribute supplies, and I beg ou will appeal to our clUzrns to send to 135 Main street, where I will receive and re ceipt for the arUcles, everything, espedaUy meal, Hour nnd meat, and what they may have to spare. I call upon our merchants to give the commissary a slart. Send right away a few barrels of Hour or meal. By twelve a lew Darreis oi nour or nieni. oy iweivi o'clock to-day it is hoped a stock will be gath ered. in sufflcient quantltleafor filling the re qulsiuons oi trie oay. f HAYNES, Commissary. LAW REPORTS. The Supreme Court Special to the Appeal. Jackson, Tenn., October 7. Supreme court law docket: ito.n, uranam vs t;aiien, conun ucd . i Waggoner vsj Downing, Tucker & Co, ' . 7? . .... . . .1 . , . .' continued; 10, x'limae.t vs parsed; 21 oa & Moore' vs Houston, heard; 22, Fran- on , r) a, oou,ou lliui. ,..i..j., T,,. ,w LS,' son - heM' Si er vs Trigg, writ of error dismissed; 31, John , ncaru ; u. w aiaer vs vv iiiium. Bali "s Dunn, on trial. during tbe prevalence of the epidemic calvary church will be open dally at twelve oviockfnrliiauy service. ANVinemUtrol the(?oceted9 Italiana Fra tellanza kno mg of sickness among the mem. bers will pleaiJJ report the fame to F. Gal Una, cjialrtnau oi ipllef committee, corner -Main und Beale. rrnnNKB. "Wholesale and retail, low. here nr .Mwher, at th I 1 ..... ..I . T.M, 1 1 nnrn ,1,1 ril n.wt. vJTlJ Trunk Factory, SB! Main .met; ACCIDEKT. Fall of tbe Cellinsr' of the First Presbyterian tlmrcli Singrnlar Coincidence. About half-past nine o'clock yesterday morning an alarm of fire was sounded, and the engines at once repaired to tbe First Pres byterian church In order to subdue the sup posed Arc. Tho alarm "was caused by the roof oi me cnurcu inning, carrying away every thing in tho loft except the tin covering. several years since a iaise rooi was auucu in tbe cburoh. and was snnnosed to be stronir. though we understand It was said to be un safe about three years ago. When this roof icii yesicniay, me large raiiers mat nau Deen Joined by iron bolts and even the hog chains connecting the timbers gavo way. Tbe rafters fell with such force that they broke through the floor which was covered with oV&rfj, the plasteilng being mashed to powder. Its dest roneu ont oi ine oroacn winuows, ana gave reason to believe that the building was on lire, n i.en me report oi tne acciaem nau gone torth much excitement ensued, as many tnought there was a funeral In the church at died the day previous, and when the roof felf inoi time. iiev. ir. isowman, tne pastor, ms remains were in ine iiearse, anu on me way to Kim wood cemetery, where the funeral the sral was to be held. Fortunately forthe lriends of tho lamented minister, it was not held in the cnurcu, wnicn woaiu nave uecn, even at the time of the accident, thronged with nuinan ueiD;;s, most oi wnom would, in all likelihood, have met terrible death. It wasstranse that this building gave way at tho very hour Its late pas'or was being taken to ins grave. While the building where lie had so olten held service has fallen, still there are enduring memorials of the minister's faithful life lefl bere. The truth, the beauty of religion and Uie grace of Clod, graven Dy nw laoors on uie neans oi nis congrega tion, will survlvo evermore the silent vet grandly eloquent tributes of Uie honored worth and christian Ufa of this good man. Thonirh tbe earthly bnlldlnir has fallen, still ms itpirii nas wingea lis nigui 10 mat immor tal one reared not Dy numan nanus. PEKSONAX. Colonel G. W. Alexander and lady left yesterday for Colorado. We wish mem a pleasant inp ana saie return. The remains of the lamented Father Cary will be taken from L a Sallette academy at half-past eight o'clock this morning to St. Peter's church, where mass will beheld. The burial of this loved and honored minister of Uod will be at half-past nine o'clock this morning. The many friends of Sirs. Luella ivenuaii namuKion. wiie ui our resnecLeu citizen, W. W. arrlngton, will be pained to learn of her death. Her llle, like her charac - it. i , muuiioui ucuuij , uu ui n u in , uuu ui gooiiness. inereare lew persons wnose ine was over graced with the virtues that adorned the character of this esteemed and excellent lady, Amono the saddest of the many sad deaths that have afflicted Memphis we count that of Mr. William Whlteneld, a young Englishman, who had but a few months aso left his home In the old country to try his for tune in this, lie died suddenly Of lever last night, and so peacefully that the friends who were nursing attentively were for some minutes cheated Into tbe belief that be was but asleep. He had the best of care and attention, but succumbed to an attack that was too mucn ior nis nnacciimatea system. He will be burled to-day. ines, ana in some cases, in me lmectea dis trict, wnoie i ami lies nave Deen earned our. Only about three weeks ago the death of Dr. Miner, school visitor for the second ward, was aunounced In Uie Appeal. A few dayj alter- wara ms aaugnter minnie, a young ana blooming girl of sixteen, fell a prey to tbe terriDie disease, un ounuay, nis eldest son, c. F. Miner, proprietor of the drug store opposite tbe Overton hotel, succumbed to the prevail ing disease, and yesterday hia eldest dauchter. Maggie, also became a vlcUm. AU that are now left of a once loving and happy family ore the grter-stneken widow and her young- est child, a boy about eight years of age. Mils Miner's funeral will take place at t n o'clock We lBarn with deen feelinirs of regret that Miss Mollie Gates, of this city, died day ueiim yesteiuuy iu auj vruuu uuuuiy, wuere she Ii ' I gone in order to encnpc the prevailing dise.1-, . Only a Jew days before, hei elder sis ter, diss Lizzie Gates, died, and In a once nappy nome circle mere now are two vacant seals- in mo Dioomoi me one nas oeen sum moned to that unseen land so far away from those who loved her here. Each day of her life was a Dace of the rarest beauty and excel lence, Inscribed with truth, affection and Kindness, roar sisters mey were, eacn one oi purity ana genueness, oi culture ana ami ability; but the link is now broken, and another sweet spirit has fled from this earth to its home among the angels. WeeD no more, sorrowing ones; gem not thy cheeks witn tears oi gnei, ior sue is now in rarauise. On the twenty-third ultimo Mr: J. W. villi.'., iivj, u i i ii ii .ii i. in ii i.i u ui . uuau.i uuj longer to withstand tbe demoralizing effects ot tne iuanui reports oi tne ravages oi yeiiow feverinourcity.andthlnkingto find health and safety from fevers of all kinds among the quiet hills of Montgomery county, left the city to take refuge in these peaceful abodes. Although he was in vigorous health nnd In tbe ful flower of bachelorhood at tbe Umo of his departure, yet, on the second day of his arrival in Clarksvllle (twenty-fifth ulUmo) this prosperous young attorney was seized with a desperate attack of matrimonial fever, wnicn took mm on almost unceremoniously, carrying at the same Ume In its fatal em brace Miss Uattle M. Barker, to whom the dreadful malady had been communicated by our panic-stricken refugee. The remains of our late worthy bachelor were escorted as far as iiouisviiie oy inournxui companions-inarms after the performance of the last sad rites of defunct bachelorhood. New fall gooda now opening at Miss IT 1111A1VI. D, .U. Itfl tflUIUBUCIIl, THE DAILY APPEAL HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ALL THE BEST OF THE MEMPHIS DAILY PAPEBS COMBINED. UXI0X XSU PLANTERS BA5K. Thin ISanb la notr prepared to fake satlsf ictorT exchnnce to any amount. 8. P. READ, Cashier. Memphis, September 30, 1873. Millinery at cost during tbe panic utovujiain airveu The latest styles of hats at . - T.Rmv . m ft The Memphis Steam Dying Estab- llshment, 61 -Madison street, is in full blast foi tbe fall season. All work done to perfection at the foHowlnj jmoderate prices: Gentle. ....... ... .PAnn ianna,in nrhAi. i . . 1 1 o-i i it . pauiif, 51 w;i.ohl, block or brown: i. 1.1 1 , .n 1.1 , J'llli ua, i iAJ , chllaren's wear cleaned Beautiful colors of tlie lashionable shades just received from Europe at the Memphis Steam Dying Establishment, til Madison street. Plumes, laces, velvets, kid cloves, curtains, cloaks, shawls, etc., beautl- inny clean eu or ayea. Gentlemen's and youths' hats, ak newfetyiee,at miuis, Hats! hats! hats! hats! hats! LEIDY & CO. We are in receiot of French and Ene- iisu xuanuiaciurea nam. liLiui tv. New Styles. A larger assortment of haU and at more reasonable prices than any uuiuumuiiiBi, aawa , a. i Hatters and Furriers. HVaggener, 283 Main street, has the finest merchant-tailoiinc establishment in the cltvr the lareest assortment r goods fresh from the hands of tbe Im. porter. The finest assortment of bats in Mem phis, at LEIDYU Go to Leddin's Business College. Costumes, D'Arcy's Den, 377 Main. During the prevalence of the eni- demlc there will be held In St.liary's cathe dral n litany service dolly, at twelve o'clock, and celebration of tlie Holy Eucharist Sun days, Tuesdays and Thurbdays, at half-post ClgUl. U CllJlW IU UiU JUUf Ulllg. Broth for the sick, and other food for convalescent, prepared by the Sisters of St, Mary,si6 Poplar street. Contributions af ma terials solicited, - j GEO. u. Harris, XiOOAii ITKliS. I -AttendBobertson'sBusineasOolIeKe. Armstrowr's Photosrranhic Gallerv. ... ..-.. . - w- . . i If yon want lo hire or buy n crood sad dle-horse, go to Hull & Co., 05 Union atreet. WANTED. Two nractlcal .nurses for th4 nrosent. i. . .. ".Mf. iJWlt'ltt ui unione e r raieiianza 4tuiiana, Ij. bAUUU AltSIMO, Chairman Permanent Committee, ' No.TO Beal street. Trustee's Sale. VTNDER and by virtue of a trust deed U cnted by Wm. Wallace, for the purpose of securing a note therein described, anj of record In tbe Register's offlco of.Shelby coun ty, in ooon xu tn, page .a, aa me trustee named therein, will, on - '7 Thursday, November 6, 1878, sell to the highest bidder, for cath. at tho foot ui me siens in iront oi my omce. na nnr 1U1UUU UlllU J.. lug ..J Ul ...UIJIIUS, IU J dwelllne-honse premises in the town nf R.i. elgh, Shelby couuty, Tennessee, in which tho saia Yuoce nuwresiaes, or recently resiaejl, being the same property purchnseu by said waiiace irom me oounty- oi bneioy, and known as the old Jail and the residence ail- Joining, situated on the couth Bide of Main street; having a street on its south and west, .Mil luinnriul at tt I ii j. .act hn a 1a. n . j t known asSchennal's lot. ' v The title to said property Is believed in penes t, ana ail eqaiiy 01, reuempUov , waived. I sul only aa trnMee. W.a. liAJjrgT.TrtisfAe KeptemberS, 18711, - si, jmsue. i ou; ve-.ij aic. ror ayingi "" u.n" j., jjmwaeM ivroon Gas 5160, $5 00 a whole suit. Co l ease gas fixtures, bundle ply; J. Hay- STEAMBOATS. FOB VICKSBUBG. MeiapZili aod Ht. tonls Packet Company V. H. Hall lint. For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vlcksbnrt ana way lAaaines. Steamer GRAND TOWER. McKee master. Leaves THIS DAY. OctoberSth. ai ocS AI). STORM. Treasurer. JFOB CALBO AND ST. iOOIB. Hempbla and St. Iau1i Pacliet Company For Hickman, Colnmbus. Cairo and BL. Louli Steamer CITY OF CHESTER. ,ir" i A. Zelgler 1 1 1 1 1 1 i I7i il IIWi Leaves as aoove THURSDAY, Octouer yii at 6 o'clock p.m. oca a u. n i u m, lreawurer. FOB ABKAN8A8 RTVKK. Hempbls and Arbanuu River PacHel Co United H tales Hall I.lnr. For Pine Bluff and Little Rock and all polnU 1 8tr. t'LARKM VI LtE Barrett, master inrnnvn tit m riri namiTn leaves positively THURSDAY, I October th. at 5 o'clock p.m. JOHN N. HARBIN. Agent, orace in Company's Wharfboat. foot of Court street. CHEEK LIKE. VTEMPHIS AND V1CKSBURU PACKET 111 Com Dany.Trl-weekly Line. For Hel ena, Friar's Point, Napoleon and tbe BendJ. u.p. aiaii to riapoieon. me sieainers A. J. Willi 25. M&rk Cheek Master OKU. W. CJHKKR. .Georse M alone Master uno oi ine above steamers will leave Tills. DATS, THURSDAYS SATURDA z S, at 5 p.m a cierk win De jouna at uie Dig red wnarr boat to receive freight at all Umes. r or irei;ni or pawiage anpiy on ooara or to UEO. W. CHEEK, Hap't. aepSO Wo.asK Front street. FOB OSCEOLA. Regular Memphis, Randolph, Fnltcn and ixceoia oemi-weekiy racket. ;Str. West Wind, , Sexton master I O. K. Jonlln nerk Leaves Memphis every MONDAY and FRI- 1JA.10, at a o'ciocb; p.m. For freight or passage apply on board. oe6 FOR HELENA. Memphis, Helena and Way I-and liigi -xri-vteeniy rscKci, Str. Pat Cleburne, st w. j. Aauruttu. ...mulur i imtm MemnniH 'piik'.iiayh.tiii.'rsiiiayh I and S VTURDAYS, at o p.m. 1 Saturday's trip extended to PhilUps' Bayou, i on ol. r rancia xiver. oreJghtrjiareagapglynboardo AtrcTioir. A. E. FRANKLAND, AUO TION AND Merchant, AND UNDERWRITERS' AGENT, 185 a.33.3. 187 2VCa1zx lEJt., WEBSTER BLOCK. Drv.flnoila rinfhlnn- Tt.mia hnia WrJ U00U3 lolalaS, H00W, BUOCS, I HatSj Motions, Ilosierj, Cutlery and YaaCJ Goois' H0XDATS, TFEDJlESDAIS & FBIDATS GROCERIES AND FURNITURE TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS. sr Outdoor sales attended to withnrompt- nees and dispatch. Ampie room ior storage. S" Always in store a laree stoelt of merch andise at private sale. car City and country merchants will benefit themselves by examining stock and attending sales. A. E. FRANKLAND, Auet'r. REMOVAL OF A. AXlLLEIS & CO., ja.TJTI03XrEEI?lB, From 29S Front Street TO 234 MAIN STREET, Where we will continue our daily auction sales of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, numwore, uiasswure, eve. The trade and country merchants wlU dm weii to aiienu. . MIHP8, Auctioneer. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I mtlf fnllnnrtniT rlanniruut risvul An,l .1 V. I- I 'iiii a w J' n uvu vjvuuo, BIU1 CV4. iUi X S. R. illller. No. 2, Elliott block, corner jenerbon anu fromenaue streets, 11 not caned i ior, win oe com at taction, on Wednesday, October loth, 1S73, by George O. Sale Co., Auctioneers, 201 Main street: A. O. Tucker, 1 box M.S. VIgns.9 packages; ii. . . i-1 1- in, A y i tin w , ij. vi. ivnuu,. UV1CU., V. Rothert,l trunk: 0. W. Gardensture, 1 box; D. V. Williams, 1 box; Duncan Dunn.l box; E. F. Babcock. 1 box; Ellis & Daman, lkeg chine. 1 box: F. W.. 1 box: O. W. Trneheart. 1 cottlngin; U. C. Rills, Crockett's Bluff, 2 ooxes, urunit; j. uaynes, i dox; iiiu Co., urioxes,! Darreis nam onck; l.n.. iii roll leather; J. Colston, Jr., 1 box candy; J. Ii, Athy. 1 sack lancets; J. Duean, 1 box; Z c, l'heliw. Helena. 1 chest. 2 trunks: J. c. xf hendorfer.l box; Jas. S. Priced: Co , Fort Gib son, 1 box; P. Twobhj," beer kegs; Kleiner 4 uro., lot oeer Kegs; u.&i., i Doxes, glassware Lncas. 1 coil rope; L. C. Frazier, 1 box; Chas! Musics. 1 lot Eoods: Maria Bradley. 1 L-li-hon safe: Mrs. M. B. 0 ens. lsewlni- maz-hint. i cotton planter; P. Baquet, 1 box ; R. E. Egzle ton, 4 bundles picks and shovels: TV". H. Watt tti&ti.S hnrm hnnRehnld crnml. I i.T.. 1. - box:W. F. Dogan, l chest: w. Coss, l rV. w un"i-i Kfi 001 : urimth, Cul- tlvatoriDlehl Lord, 2 boxes; J. S.ti-ace 1 5oxi?raHlc I???5rmo'.1 tjs Bierchejidl-w- TTni-h llrnnnfilrl. 2 hnnHlpR nnnv. u - . . . . . ' RELIEF COMMITTEE OF THE I. M. C. A. THIS Association comes forward and takes rank with other organizations in caring for its members or the destitute durlns the prevailing dangar. the following appointed gentlemen, or at th Any application ior nurses may be made to Association Rooms (Nos- 11 and 131. No. in t, c wui . Ditcci.; DR. M. K. BRAMDTA LdV42 North Court St. ?!E-J-A- mcausteil Sn Main st. MB. a. J. J ON JylN . 274 Second St. MB. K.r. WIICOX.273 Main st. Ms. L. A. SCARBOROUGH. 5S51 Fmnt ct Mr. JOHN T. MOSS, Second street, between Mb. q J. HOWE. Western Union Tel. Co. PAPER WAREHOUSE REMOVED TO 1X6 and 118 Beale Street Corner of HeraaiMla TTAVING removoa from myoK ... tl 36 Jefferson itr,t m. i stand, ho. ZZXZlJ vC?L. wSda. aid .nc' ?amine my stock V .JFiJ" AUAVnAnt. l a m voAr.li.ti- iioi u uuruiwuix re rs prices. -U sell at manufactu- li . KAMITEr. 13 A It. IT. CECIiaji cOIiLEGE, MABoar.' the pountry.on E.and P.K.R ,Eto Tnltlon, Washing, Lighte, ruei part'lc,, weel". ly 51- i'or n7 ,, H-A. CECIL 4TJRC3., -llari .P.O.. Hardin co Ky. sosjavzo-raLXs. JOS. W. OALDWELL. SlDKET R. LA2IB. CALDWELL & LAI Ll iwnolesale and.' Re'(Bu Dealers In corn, (uts, mm m yo.28Frontrreif.geabhte; Witfii-Iffit riVpyTM trvm-n x-.i i v ii - "--.til. v. .i, v,i i i i i ,iun ... j- Xll whom good wage will be given. f ?' If at the office of the Howard Audctaf 12 West Cpirt atreet. on " aeplS a .RTSON, e yj.ejaiT or dyed In proportion, merchandise ; no mark, 1 pulley and driver I Minnie Jackson, 2 boxes; B A-,1 box? Wil liams ivobb, a oara Dottles: Thos. itumn. 1 gun, 3 boxes; H. Hawgood, 1 ehost; A. It, B., box; J R, Splohy, 1 trnnk; no mark, 1 valise, 8 oarpetUogsj TjL. Parker, 1 lounge; no mark. 1 barrel whisky. TO STIMULATE TRADE AND ENCOURAGE ORDERS FB02I THE COUNTRY, HATE MADE JT is tts mainly rely on order business at this time, onr friends and patrons La Tennessee, 3I!sElssIppI, Arkansas and being: filled with extraordinary care, be purchased elsenhere. J NEW SHADES Fin e uress SMngonaLs, Cashmeres, Sateens, Empress Cloths, Ete., at SSetluced Unites. ael ami Black Brilliantines, Colored Alpacas, -a.r? Fiinc phices. ALSO, WATER PROOFS OASSE-IERES FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR, WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS Open Flannels, Embroidered Planned, Pancy Plaid Plannels. VELVET CLOAKS ! BLACK AND Mew Styles REDING0TES, REVERSIBLE OTTOMAN SHAWLS AND SCARES, TiTi A.T FA1MIO PB IOSS. Orders solicited. Goods not opening: to pense. Samples sent w k: :hi 261 and 263 ITin J. T. HOLLO WELL. G. D. HOLLOWELL, CROCKETT & HALLEE, WIIOLIiSArE T1S ii Jtto. 298 1 n Stare etr. KesFeMfully Invite the attention of MERCHANTS to our entirely fresh and new stock of LI ConslsUng in part of a large and varied assortment of mt-cellaneouB VoUon. l Tilte Goods, Gents' Furnlihlng Goods, Handkerchiefs, New S-yle Leather Belts, Ribbons, Con iba. Buttons, Trimmings, Corsets, an excellent line of Glove-, Hosiery, ualmorals. Shawl", Z iphyr Goods, Jewelry, MusJcal Instruments, StaUonery. Perfumefy, Soaps, Clocks, jTunks, fiUes, l m brellaKtc. Also, a neantlfnl stock of LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, and ail the latest Nov.- ties in our line. HOLLOWELL, NO, 254 SECOND STREET, IRVING: BLOCK, THE ORIGINAL aSTAUFFBR" (IatrpdncU by tu In IiS9, ROBERTSON COUNTY, Bourb on, VTJfffl EYE, And a variety of gratles of EECTiTIED LWj REDISTILLED RAOTLE rjS 1, lOO. 1S, 101 AKD 19 AUD 51 "UEPHIS, irVtii. , -p...,, p.w.Mllln. Horfe-Fowers, Shof tins, Conplingi, . . . ere ol Machinery, S'eam ?,uIcu'reSSria proprietora of Heath's MannfartTU w Hau.ers, Boxea, Etc . .andalso """".-h.rofgale. Puli97v tawiii ii ii ---- L Cotton AQRlCTLTOnA. HOOSEWOi .i Columns, oat, lUilroad and General Itepalra ilon ' on i short notice. Ord silnis. and all kinds of W ieuaht Iron orktollo.twl. ca-a . f. ...jtr.i n.u. rnnfrfir finii He ran iron. All Binds of Steam I v and iron v puiu lur vii "or th Alabama may rely on their orders and at lower prices than the goods can SILKS REDUCED, booas, H His CLOTH CLOAKS ! COLOBED. Ladies9 Suits! satisfactidui mar be returned at onr ex on appikr.tlon. nr s o Street, Cor. Court. CROCKETT. B.F.1LVLLEK. I CROCKETT &HALLER. r BASS v& CO. BUBTON-ON-lTlEST. OUR FIRST SHIPMENT -OF- CELEBRATED In Ellderklns or 22 Gallons, Trill arrlre, per steamer, FROM LIVERPOOL XH" SO BAYS. ffE ABE 50 W EECEIYI5G 0KDEK3. St HEATH, ana 16 Second Street, WINCHESIEK STREET, Serges Tl I mm one PALE IRON ,. n, nrlnir Pinions, r amenta. Gudgeons, Bolts, Etc Orders for 5ra