THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-MONDAY, OCTOBEE 27, 187,3.
TRANSFER AGENTS We are the only au
thorized omnibus aud transfer agent In
3Ietnpul Tor tlie Padueah and Memphis, and
nrnn the Memphis and Utile Kock railroad.
Leave orders at 278 and SSXi Main street for
nmnlliew. P. M. P VTTBItAON A CO.
AC 5ElTANCfi8-On ir about Octobr lttli
Id Memphis, two (2 acceptances as fol
lows: Ono dalod September 1. IK, sixty days
alter dale, lor $101 2. on J. H. Phillips Co.,
drawn by r-tmon Feocht; and the other dated
Septemler 1. 1SIJ, four mouths after date, for
61, drawn by Simon Fcucbt on J. B Phil
lip A Co., both accepted by lliciu. All per
sons are hereby rantloned against negotatlng
or trading for the wimp, as payment has been
xtopped. Thefindorwdl be hultably rewarded
by leftTlDK them at the Appeal office, oca
DKJ-Oe ober SOth, a small black doe, white
frt, red collar bound with buck brass
eoi ar For lghl years the pet of Annie
straight, latel v deo-n(d. Any one ret urnlng
htm to 1M Jefferson Mreet wM be rewarded, by
hwmnUwr. MkS. STRAIGHT.
TTO-SE A sorrel hore,aboutl5handsnlIll
JU bra ded u is on leu Mioumer witn leuer
K..IW It: bad on saddle and bridle: new
nteed. A liberal reward wilt be paid for bis
return, or any Information leading to recov-j
erywlll M ptua "'
RKKD, BUCKIIAM A CO.,
oett M Front slrxt.
it ark A lli-l.t cluwtnnt-soriel mare.
jjj. twelve or thirteen years old, white spot !
m tail. Will ay ten dollars for return to I
pST H GRANT.
As has been stated from the first
day of the publication of the
SUJVBAT APPEAL, it is a dis
tinct and separate issue, and, no
advertisement is inserted in it
unless specially ordered, and paid
Hereafter all Advertisements
amounting to less tJian five dol
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C. G. LOCKE,
Bus. Mgr. M. Appeal Pub. Co
SITUATION' In R small family to cook,
wash and iron. Address
ocMi Hrs. M. B-, care this office.
TP". J. L. HOIiLAXD isHic.au
tJwrized agent of the Appeal, and
we will recognize all contracts
T7VKRYBUDY to Kxow- That we have made by him for advertising or
Pi fMM-iwd aHlf-&H MEAT SI ORE at 11. P. J i
. 1.1. ft. tf-w .tAA Ihrea ilrvin! oolt I T . I "I T T" " I T" T"
ST suoscnpiwn. o. tr. -liwwi,
-lOKltttsPONDrNCK I want to correspond
j wH. pen-on aeNinns iu i Rt.
Ideals. Pettons desiring to exchange Cotton
nix far R- tm s nrotiertv. I have located
at St. Louis aw a Pi rchasisc A;ent of real
estate, asd Intend to nnu goon uargnms anu
. -i tliluc Cnr nulamK. 11. 1L W. ITIDELL.
latent MeaaphK-tau Market street, St. Louis.
OAW-F'LINU. HOKin-sawsa day to file at
O 3 eent. per saw, one-quarter 01 tne pro-
Bus. Mgr. M. Appeal Piib. Co.
Mu-lafion. B. W. HICKMAN.
oel Cor. Main and Georgia streets.
PERSONS wanting Bored Wells, call at
KECK'S. 3W Second St.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Feathers
and Horwehold Goods of all kinds, bo tight
at MB Second street. H. T. smNOTT.
C LEAKING Vaults and cisterns to clean,
aim Union fetreet, J. D. FOX.
FURNITURE, ETC-To pay the highest
price for second-hand furniture, stoves,
featbess, oarpets, etc-, at 510 Second street,
lei H. M. DOUGLASS 4 CO.
MUMiS Eirht young and well broke, at
Ilfr A Beaeeley's Brick Yard, on Over
ton tract, Sooth Memphis. Cash or city ac
SALOON A first-clas saloon. In best busl
tuM ioeatlon. new and elecunlly fitted up.
ud with a good tttnek of liquors. Annesum-
nicr catrden auaeueu to uie uouso. iciuis
Business was dull iu lxrilce circles
yeskrday, and very fetf arrests were made,
aud these for minor ott'ense.
From Mr. Weaver, of theliremeuV
relief board, we are glad to learn that all the
patients of the board are doing well, and witli
care will all be about in a few days No new
Will not some of our friends in tbe
country send in some same for our convales
cents? They relifchitvery much. Ourseveral
railroads would no doubt take a pleasure In
delivering to any place named.
Yesterday the rain descended in
torrents .nearly the entire day, and very few
pedestrians were to be seen on the streets.
About ten o'clock at night a brisk breeze
snruneun from the hortb. giving even Indi
cation of early frost. Let us hope It will come
As one of the Mod signs of tbe times,
Messrs. Hoist & Co., the well-known underta
kers, reported that at eight o'clock last nlcht.
they had received no orders for funerals to
take place to-day. This is the first time that
such an event hasoccnrrcdsluce the epidemic
-The inclemency of the weather, the .-obtoblr
Onicial Mortuary Report Tircnty-EIglit
5 Deaths Testcrday TiTenty-TvfO
Xames and Residences of Decedents Re
ports from the Howards Contribu
Tbe following is the mortuary report for tbe
iweniy-iour uours, enuinz at six o clock, oo
AGK.' CAUSE. KESIIV.N-CE
Dr. II. F. Blount!
-tarah MlchclL. ,
V. W. Swechten
Isaac HnIl8on. .
J. K.Gatti '
C. C. Handle
A. llansen ... .
M. Welsh i
u. nanus 1
I Crosse n
W. 1". Mills.
yel'w-f ever 128 Pontol 'c
yerw-iever 7 wa hlu'n
(i erw-rever cerl"oplar
jyel'w-fover Peyton av.
oy entery- Madison
yel'w-fever! H Second
yel'w-fever Wal. Infl'y
yel'w-fever 5 1'oolar
yel'w-fever ise Wash'n
, unknown.! Marshall
I yel'w-fever 18 Bradford
'consump'n C. Alley
yel'w-fever If; Main
'yel'w-fever 5u Front
yel'w-fever, Italelgh r'd
yel'w-fever cor Butler
consump'n '89 Georgia
Total, s; yellow-fever, 1; olherdlseasea, u.
RICHARD H. TAYLOR, M.D.,
Secretary Board of Uealtb.
THE DEATH ROLL.
The follow I nir shows the deatlis from all
causes from the fourteenth of September, the
day when "the presence of yellow-fever was
announced up to and inclusive of yesterday :
RKSIDhNCti A home-like house and ltu
pved lot. Inquire at g Ruth street.
CNGINE A7-bor! ixwer portable engine.
XJ Apply to reter Miicneii, -iv Maaison su
MACHINERY A horse-power, gin and I
press, all nearly new, will be sold cheap, I
at an ssecoua sireeu jyi
RESIDENCES- Two brick residences In the
Titos block, comer Market and Third sts.
Apply to HARRIS & PILLOW.
QCf ACRES OK LAND In lots from ten
0J to twenty acres on both sides of the
Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad, five miles
from Memphis; see map and address
apt No. 218 Madison street.
HJNUINBS-CUBBINS & GUNN, Adams st
i have for sale some of the most substan
tial and elegantly finished stationary engines
tn the United states. The Exposition engine,
so much admired by thousands, is among the
number. ItisSO-horsepower. Gentlemen de
siring engines for mills, etc., should call and
examine. For simplicity and strength they
are not to be excelled. fell
power engine and
lot oi m-incn
tirevailinc disease, and oilier causes, pre'
vented many from attending Divine worship.
In fact, it may be slated that owing to the
pastors oi many oi me cnurcnes oeing over
worked in attending the sick and dying, and
se eral of tbem being stricken' down with the
prevailing sickness, only a few of the
churches were open for service yesterday.
I7NOINE A :-horse
Ci boiler, with pumps and
y belt. Inquire at
.10 ADAMH STREET.
CTiHtEAND DWELLING 161 Beale street;
Q excellent stand. Apply at premises or
lis Front street.
O. II. P. PIPER.
ROOMS The healthiest the highest situ
ated in tbe city. Families would do well
to eall and examine. No. 382 Shelby street.
OFFICHri RESIDENCE Residence on
Wellington street; offices. No. TCI South
Court sireet. Apply to T B. TURLEY,
ml Madbon street.
GEKMAKIA HOUSE Comer of Shelby
aad Gayoso streets, at a bargain. Apply
at onee to John Somervell, office 303 Second
street, eomer Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. seplS
CtOTTAGE - New eottage-honse, situated at
j iBtersectkin of Lauderdale street and Her
naado road ; only a few steps from street rail
way. Apply to 0. II. HAIGHP,
sepM No. West Court street.
TTOC8E A des rable house on the line of
JUL Hernando street railway, within ten min
utes walk of Uoort square. New house, mod
ern style, and one of the healthiest localities
in the city; eight rooms bathroom and store
room, excellent water, good stable. Apply to
fr?A. MOORE, o!5 Second street.
STOREHOUSE Thesplendld storehouse.No.
9K becond street, fronting Court square,
lately occupied by W. S. Bruce & Co. Apply
to V. Bseigalupo, or to
BELCHER FENTRESS, Att'ys
sepll No. 3M Second street.
r ESIIKNCKS Dwelling, 8 rooms Union si.
it Also, suburban residence and 12 acres.
MINOR MERIWETHER, 310 Second St.
rpHE seeond and third floors of 351 Main sl
JL very light (being on comer of an alley),
nmutuwiura wuoiesaie noiion House.
STOREHOUSE No. 81 Beale street, near
Seeond. Also, residence No. 20 Orleans
street, near ropiar. Apply to
Jyae 3IS Main street
F r 1 CifS Cottages and one storeroom On
v J juson street. Anuria
BAb, JUi US & HNEED,
Ir. Allin Bobt is in a critical con
Miss Mary Colejian rested well last
night and is better to-day.
Dr. W. E. Rogers, who is receiving
the very kindest care, was reported yesterday
10 dc uoing wen.
Mrs. Lawrence has recovered from
her Illness, t-he will resume her duties as
Captain Merritt, his wife and two
sons, are ail aownwitninc iever. ins conui
I ion Is very critical. They need help.
We are clad to learn that Captain
ICennetl.of the lire relief board, one of the
inostinoeiaugaDieoi our workers ts rapidly
convalescing, and will be out in a day or two.
Mr. S. K. Sevier, of the firm of 8.
the interest or his firm, and his many frleods
will be glad to I earn that he Is in excellent
health, and will return to tbe city about the
latter pari oi tne present weeic
Mr. E. D. Cottle, principal of the
Lemoln school, Orleans street, and bis wife,
have both died of the fever. Miss Barnes and
Miss Gould, two of the teachers, are both In a
very critical condition. They are being
nursed by the remaining teacher, Miss
Patrolman Thomas Fbanklin fell
a victim to the prevailing disease yesterday,
contracted in the discharge of his daty. As
nn officer he was ever faithful, and his death
will be regretted by every member of the lorce.
He died yesterday afternoon, at his residence
corner oi South and Hernando streets aud
leaves a widow and family to lament his loss
His son, who has also been dewn with the
fever, was reported convalescing last night.
Sr. Blount, one of the most popular
of Memphis physicians, died yesterday after
noon of yellow-fever. He was stricken down
while in tbe discharge of his duties among
the poor and lowly In the Infected district,
Like many others of his profession in Uie
city, he was readr to respond to every call at
whatever hour of the day or night. Ten days
ago lie was attacked with the fever and com
pelled to betake himself to his bed, He re
ceived the most caieful nursing and the bet
medical attention, but all proved of no avail.
Dr. Blount was popular with all clashes or
the community. He had a haonv. henrtv unit
genial disposition, and many citizens will
this morning leani or his untimely deinive
"Fools dare to tread where angels
oashrul look." For an illustration, see the
:oollsh presumption of some avaracions liquor
dealers In tampering witn the lives of the in
nocent in palming off a poisonous decoction,
either by the gallon or in counterfeit bottles
and labelsforDr. McCabe'sgentilne.Medicattd
THE DAILY APPEAL
HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION
THAN ALL THE REST
27K Matn street.
VALUABLE FERRY PRIVILEGE
AT I'AHDCAII, KKSTDCKT.
K S At rim AY. XOVESIBKR IS. 1ST3.
at Uie honrof I'm-at the fern- landing.
in l'Muean, -ivemucKy, we win sen tne rerrv
Privilege (having about seventeen years lb
ran), belonging to Hie lale V. Owen.
Tbe Illinois and Southwestern Railroad
-rotBK at this point makes tills valuable
property. The boat has Just undergone thor
ough repairs and almost good as new. Runs
en miles an h' ur against tee Ohio current,
;tuu targe enougn 10 uo uie Dusiness.
On same day will sell other property too nu
merous to mention.
TBIUIS riiree, six and nine months with
sun securuy, oearwg m'eresi irom nate.
KOilKUTAMJ J1ENKY OWEN,
MEMPHIS DAILY PAPERS
September H 10.
September 15 .. S.
September 2sl 21
September 3Ui 13.
uciooer... i is
October 2! .28
October 3 19 ,
iiclober..-. 4 3t
October. 5 ..4-..
October t 37.
October.. 7 4
October 8 31
October. 9 4S
October m j
October 11 45.
October 12 it.
October IS JJS.
.. 15 41
. 18 20.
. 19 3)
Fever. Other Causes., Total.
i . . .t in.
2i .'1! Z s iZlliL
12 8 1 20....
zziizz zzn'j zi'.'zz i zzp ; .1
ZZxoZZ ' J. io ZZhZl
1 I ?. - - ".?""
' ' 51 . .
. 26 71
i 17 r.i
i 7 te
.... ' J7
, iu ;ZIg!.
21 4 .
sound of woo a reaulem to the shndowv band
-whose forms have passed from the shores of
lime, and whose familiar faces will greet us
on earth no more forever. In vain the odor
ous breezes or tbe lovely southland woo us to
their healthful clasp; In vain the. restful blue
of the quiet skies bends lovingly over ns; In
vain the countless host ofburnlnir stars that
llame around the eternal Uiroae tell ui of
nope ana rest Deyona our spirits answer not
iuca cuii. j. leeimgoi awe ana aesoiauou
steals over us We lay our faces in the dust
and tremble. The pale, stern Reaper is filling
ins gloomy vaults Willi uio uearueu grai
and the Uowers thatimiw between." His hsi
vest song of "Gather them In" chimes dole-
tuuy witn tne rattling clous anu tne stineu
sob of the mourner. As Die rushing train
speeds swiftly past, freighted with Its burden
of hopes iind fears, we I reinble lest its startled
surieK sound tne aeaiu Kueu oi some cner-
lsbed one we've left behind us Aud as
scan the dally roll of Increasing mortality,
our hearts grow sick and;oar vision falters lest
somo near lovea name swell tne uarc nnrror,
with the thought that we have to bind us to
this cheerless world ono tie the less And is
there no rlt in this cloud of darkues.
no "nils er lining" to this pall that shrouds our
city with a gloom more cruel than Egyptian
night; Thank God, yes ! Tno dnj -spring of
auiuner uawu is urigniening uie eastern
skies. The master chord iu the great bosom
of humanity is thrilled, and vibrates with
showers of blesslncs upou our heads.
In this hour or our humiliation and anguish
we are not left alone. Forgotten is the dark
recoraoi tneposu t ue mooayguu in which
our liberties went down is scanned by the
beautiful bridge of charity and love. -TSeedy
aud helpless, at the hands of our focmen we
find our succor. Shall It be forgotten? Let
every principle that still sustains oor fallen
iiumuniiy, answer never : l ue meea oi praise
and of generous rivalry have been nobly
earned by all our sWer citls nut ur dwell In
loving remembrance un one fair name, now
ana lorever sscreu to tne neari oi every jiem
uhlan. Cincinnati Is indeed a city set upon
hill! Smlttenand crush ed-sberal-eaour droop
iug bead, and pours upon our bleeding hearts
the Dauu oi consolation, liesoiaiion. iu;e
a ghastly spectre stalks tlirougliourdeserteil
streets Death's icy finger is upon the city's
pulse, and but for the angels or mercy, who
trull their spotless garments thro' Its scents
of woe acd wretchedness, we should lie utterly
prostrate. Vt ihall not OTQCt it I While tiie
gross waves green upon the graves of our fall
en victims: wliile breathes a soul nol dead t(
the feeblest emotions of gratitude, we shall
"rise np and call htr blessed." Let ns hope
that from the ashes of this "Phoenix" shall
spilng a bird of hope and beauty with "hesl
ine upon its wines?' And in the far. distant
tuture. we shall look back upon this hour of
Humiliation anu anguisn, as ine aurora mat
usnereu in meern oi n muieniai glory, mat
grows nrigmer anu btignter. unto the pemc
uay." iAa viiiiiniAi
uctoi-er aa, iT.i.
Yesterday there were twenty-nine anplicu
tions lor nurses at tho office of tbe Howard
association, and twenty-two supplied. The
following are the reports of the visitors in the
several districts of the city as handed in to
I'rcsldent LangstatT last night :
District No. 1 number sick, 27; nursed
by association, 11: convalescent. 20: relapsed.
District No. 2 N umber sick.SO; nursed by
asociauon. in; convalescent, iu; new cases i
District No. 3 Number sick. 18: nursed bv
association. 6: new cases. 1. , '
District N o. I Number.sick, 51 : yellow-fever
pai-enistu: nursca uy association. 20: new
District No. 5 Number sick, C; convalfs
cent. 10: died. 1.
District No. C-Slck, 19; yellow-lever, IS;
uuieu uy association, 10; convalescent, 4; re
lapsed. 1: died. 1.
District No. 7 Sick. 75: yellow-fever. 09:
nurseu ov association. - cnnvaiesrani. .
died, 2. .
District io. 8-bick, 20; yeuow-rever, 22;
nursed by association. 9: convalescent. S:
District -o.y-sicK, 6; nursed by associa
tion, 33; convalescent, 2; new cases, 3.
District No. 10 Sick. 55: vellow-fever. 49:
convalescent, 10; new cases 2.
District No. 12 Sick, 30; yellow-fever, 0;
convalescent, 18; relapsed, 1; new cases I.
uiBllll.li U. i.t ICJUll.
District No. 11 No report.
Whole number sick. 3P3: vellow-fever cis.-.
218; nursed by association, 122; convalescent,
U7; relapsal, 1; died, 4; now cases 10.
Patients reniMnlnc InhosnlLal. Octnhnr"ntii.
2S; received to-day'. I; died, 4; remaining in
hospital, 26. it is propertp stale that the pa
tient received to-day was cine orthe Howard
Only one new case, that of Stuart Wilson.
one of Hie most efficient nurses of the "Shou!-
ler-to Shoulder" club, was renorted vestcr. '
davattheheadqnarters. He is most assiduous
in his attentions to the sick, and was stricken
down while attending the sick and dvlng.
win iij uiguiuuniinf, iirs.rMauring, 01 lay
ton avenue, died at a late hour on Saturday
nigni, ana was Durieit yesterday. Her hus
buiid is still in a verv nrecarlous condition.
and It Is doubtful ir he will recover. All the
other patients in charg'of the clnb, including
the indefatigable president. Mr. H.T. Tomlln
son. were all reported dofnirwell vesteninv
The sum of ten dollars was vesterday received
from the treasurer of the Cherokee (Iowa
Saint Andrews society, which was acknowl-
eugeu wiin uearueu inanEs.
DRV SILLEItT AND EXTRA.
FOR SALE BY THE PRINCIPAL GROCERS
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
NOTICE TO ABSENTEES
s3The Hoard of Health suggests to the city
press the importance of urging upon all ah
scntees tho necessity of a thorough dlslnfec
tion and free ventilation of their dwellings
before reoccupylng them, as it is tbe experi
ence of physicians In this, and other cities,
that those who return to their homes at the
close of yellow fever epidemics suffer from
neglect or Ignorance of sucli precaution
Sucli attention and purification can readily
be done by their friends who have remained
In the city. It is as yet deemed unsafe for
any of them to return; as soon as justifiable
due notice will be giveu.
liy order Board of Health.
RICHARD II. TAYLOR, M.D.,Sec'y.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
riTHE train onFaducah and Memphis Hall'
JL road wUl reach Memphis at 10 a.m. and
leavti Memphis at 3 p.m. until farther notice,
OCJ I. W. WlljUlIlt, oup u
ENGLISH & CLASSICAL SCHOOL,
303 THIRD STREET.
WX. MITCHELL, Principal. Tho. next
. jession will commence Jlondny, Sept.
i or circulars, apply wine scnooiroom.
FRENCH 'RELIEF COMMITTEE,
JOHN PELEGRAM, Monroe street
V. FAQUrN, 100 Jefferson street. .
E. L. MICHOT, 357 Main street.
E. DARY, 317 Main street. ' "5
PETER DUPUY, Fort Pickering.
LEON COPUPUY, Fort rickerlng.
OF THE Y. M. C. A.
1HIS Association comes forward and takes
rank with other organizations in caring
for its members or the destitute during the
Any application for nurses may bo made to
tbe following appointed gentlemen, or at the
Association Rooms (Nat H and 15), No. 10
west court sireet:
DK.M. E. BRAMHALL, 42 North Court st.
MR.S. J. jrNKIN',271 Second St.
Mr. K, F. WILCOX. 27.1 Matn st.
Mr. L. A. SCARBOROUGH, 25! Front St.
Mr. JOHN T. MOS-i, Second street, between
Adams and Jefferson.
Mr. C. J. HOWE. Western Onion Tel. Co.
Centra 1 Auction Hocse. White, Crlsman
&Co 210 Main street- Keeular sales Wninm.
days and Saturdays Solicits all kinds of
waresanamercnanuiseiorsale. Ample room
iur sujiuge. .luerai auvances maoe.
J1AC1IIXISTS AND BLACKSMITHS
Water Valley. Miss.. OetnlierSl. ikz:
i 1 -1 1 , 1 . .
.mi. n iiuuui uiiriiiKiuu:
Dear Sir and Brother Inclosed
find $21. in nostoftire nrnpr. Amniint Hnnnt fwf
by tlie members of the machinist , ami htnel.-.
smiths' union No. 1 of Mississippi, for the le
llef of their distressed hmthors. Xn 1 ,r
j sisslppl sends her heartfelt sympathy to No. 1
of Tennessee In this their day of trouble. We
uuie luai tiie courge will soon ne over, aud
that our sister union will once morn m re
stored to health and happiness. Please ac-
Knowieuge receipt 01 mis aty our earliest con
venience, ana oonge yours fraternally.
U. w. Jl JUlLiLiAS.
jjciBoiiiAxo urotiier o. I sends VOU
kind greeting In this your distress and welast
mem s oteuvou me sum or su. nut neinr 1111.
able to send you the full amount, I send you
all lean. Hooinir that it will hntn m rsiiovo
wiinriiugincuusanu urouiers, is me wisn
of No. I. I would advise that you correspond
OWING to the continuance of the sickness,
and being lelt almost to myself, I have
concluded to cloe un our olace of business.
Dlease 227Maln street, fur the present. Will open the
vnnxi I same at Its earliest abatement.
Communications addressed in care of lion-
man A Urban. 303 Main street. St. Louis. Mo.
will receive proper attention.
CKU Vt Al. f llAXtH.
. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
Memphis aud St. Loula Packet Companj
For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and SU LouU
h learner Colorado, -r ,
U. W. Boyd masterjQBHil
Leaves as above THIS DAY, October 23tl
at 6 o'clock pjn.
oc27 AD. BTORM. Treasurer.
ISempbls nnd St, Lonls Packet Companj
For Helena, Chicot, Ureeuvllle, Vlcksbon
uiu way ianaings.
Leaves THIS DAY, October 27th, at IU a.m
Regular Memphis, Randolph, Fulton and
Osceola Semi-weekly Packet.
jisSiSStr. West Wind,
1. P. .eiton master O. K. Joplin cierk
Leaves Mempnis every MONDAY and FHI
DAYS, at 5 o'clock p.m.
For freight or passage apply nn board. oc6
FOR WHITE RIVER.
For White aim Little Hrrt B I verv.
The elegant passenger steamer
Bannock City, riiMyn-
ltoiaen , . m .ster
Leaves Saturday, October 2.1th, at 5 p.m
JOS. ELLIOTT, Secretary,
No. 2 Elliott Hloc.,ropp. upper wharf.
MEMPHIS AND VICK8BURU PACKET
Company. Trl-weeklv Line For Hel
ena, Friar's Point, Napoleon and the Bends
u.a. jimi 10 n apoieon. me steamers
- IT-N . A. J.
ifrTui' it! Cheek..
. -ff k UEO. W. CHEEK.
,7HE3i.ueorge Malone .. Master
uneoi tne above steamers will leave TUfeS-
DAYS, THURSDAYS SATURDAYS, at 5p.m
A clerk will be found at the bigredwharf-
uuHb receive irejgiit at all limes.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
UtU. W. CHEEK, SUP t.
No. 268 Front street.
Memphis, Helena and Way Landings
Str. Pat Cleburne. cZh
w. J. AHHFOHD master
Leaves Memphis TiiErJDAYS, THURSDAY'S
anu Qai L KU&i o, nut p.m.
Saturday's trln extended to PhilllDs, Ravon.
on St. Francis river.
t or freight or passage apply on board. oc3
A. E, FRANKLAND,
105 and 187 rwlfvixx. St
Hrr-Ooods, Clothing,- Roots, Shoes,
lints, Notions, Hosiery, Cutlery
nnd Fancy (foods.
MONDAYS, IVEDXESDAiS & FRIDAYS
GROCERIES AND FURNITURE
TOES DATS AND TUDKSDAIS,
Outdoor sales attended to with nrnmnt
ness and dispatch.
jvmpie room lor storage.
BB" Always In store a lan-o stock of mpreli.
andlse at private sale.
sr City and country merchants will benefit
themselves by examlnlngstock and attending
sales. A. E. FRANKLAND, Anct'r.
SHELBY GO. FARMS
360 & 362 Front St., Memphis,
OFFER TO THE TRADE, at lowest market
prices, a large stock of
Baeglng 22K; Iron Ties and Baling Twine;
Flour, every grade j Sugars La. and iteHned,
Syrups and Molasses, Coffee, Tobacco and
Cigars, Whiskies and Wines;
Salt, Nails, Lard, Mackerel, Soap, Starch and
Candles, Sardines and Cove Oysters,
And a large assortment of CASE GOODS and
such other articles as appertain to our busi
Wo make tho sale of
COTTON A SPECIALLY,
and have facility to enable ns to servo
sepl II I FONTAINE A. CO.
GAGE & FISHER,
SOS JFrout Street,
E. B. WEBBER & CO.
AND C0MHISSI0N 3IERCHANTS
No. 226 Front Street,
M EMPU1S TENNESSEE
TO STIMULATE TRADE AND ENCOURAGE ORDERS
FB0H TIIE COUNTRY, HATE MADE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
MECHANICS & TRADERS BANK
NO, 8 3VXM.cli.soza. Stroot
J. C. FIZER.
W. C. RUTLAND..
C. C. GRAHAM
-Bates, Flier & Co.
-Rutland, (iratrnm A- Ca.
.Rutland, Graham A Qb.
X. A. HAYES, J.
Acconnts or Mcrrhnnt nnd Oilier So.
Ortlern for I'urrhasi- or Kale of Coin,
Stocks anil Ronils jroinplly
Special attention Riven lo llieaettllng; ol
City, suite, nuil Connijr Taxes.
C Asm maiolr rely on order fondness at lhh lime, our friends nnd patrons in
lennessee, jnssiMippi, ATKansas and Sor Alabama mar rely on theJr orders
being nilcd with exlraordlnary care, and at loner prices than tho goods can
be pnrchoscd elsewhere.
BLACK SILKS. EVENING SILKS
NEW SHADES SILKS REDUCED,
ine uress boods,
diagonals, Cashmeres, Sateens, Empress
Cloths, Etc., at deduced Bates.
C. C. GRAHAM, I J.
A. HAYES, Jr.,
Coiumission and Produce
... W. A A.t WAV A U A JSS I III ,
Liberal advances made on consisnments.
FORD, PORTER & CO.,
No. 35 Union Street,
Aeents for the celebrated Cheek Cotton
Attend Robertson'sBusinees ColleKO. w,th JIr-J- Eehrenbatch and all local unions,
Acf)o tji.i.i n 11 I I feel confident they will all respond cheer-
Armstronfr'8 PnototrraDnlc Qallerv. ruiiv to vonr mil. ilnnincr ,n ),;,-.
No. 211 Main street. Three faultless gem p'c- on receipt of this, I remlin truly your brother. nalea 10 " naVe ,
tures for flfty cents. I THOMAS P. CLINES, I 'whelming necessities.
uu it Lieaum's business uoiiege.
LEATH ORPHAN ASYLUM
Under the care of an usi-oclRtlou of PHOT
ESTANT CHURCHES of this city, requests
donations to assist in providing for the OR
PHANS who are dally being placed In the
It has recently lost several of Its most val
ued friends by the prevailing scourge, and
funds which would otherwise have been do
nated lo It have been absorbed by our over-
If yon want to blre or tram cood inrt-
IIe.norae, go lo Hull A Co., 05 Union
Adm'rsor V.Owen's ettale.
I'Mducab.Ky., October 15,1)3. oclS
Dr. Buchionani's Anti-bilioua l!if-
ters.Indo-Americana.onlv thin? tjlllnr-nr.,r
I everywhere for the cure of liver difease. Man-
uiactory, vj vance street.
S. A. HATCHER,
M. E. & J. COCHRAN M
The cheapest and best Steam D yeinq
AND ULEAKlAd MOCHK In the r Ir Is fit
J eecona street, nam & iiaUBon's old
UAMBUa E WALKER.
IUlt SUFFERING BROTHER OF TEN-
From the Knights of Pj thlas Journal.
Our readers are doubtless aware that the vel
low-fever U rapidly depopulating the city of I
jjciuiiuis icuuriset-, ieuiu nas maue 11s in.
roads into almost every family, whilst suffer
ing anu-want are everywiieroj-prevalent. All
Remittances can be made to
CYRUS JOHNSON, President,
oc!6 care of J. C. Johnson A Co.
business has come to a stand-still, nnd generali mhif CHIlRini homt is pnppMiviiTfi
.?.52SHA ?L lbe latitanfs, none T "SceivJ . id provide So? iS SSffiS
IvIlllM II1U Willi Will IkfllllR Ilf'I.iriitlt I n llm I . .-.a
f,.arfiil .HPnS. Mknvl i7t ti au" ,";re- PPcauon can oe
1'iawcam tiumiv WWUIJ l L3 ru ages, W1111M,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
NhliiRlet, nrfmM Flooring Cellini;, I
WenlherbonrdlnKand Cedar I'ostc.
A COMPLETE STOCK OK DOORS, PASH,
and Blinds, of the best material, always I
Hawrallls north of Navy-yard.
Office and Yard, foot of Washington streets, I
Grove Place for Sale.
W,lm.n 1 1 , im iiae nol ot'CU UI
11 nnu iiumcuioLcjj, ajjuDuerajiiu- iacKoi,nave a neavyiasicio perform in ad
hand Piano, ehean for cash
T. B. DILLARD, 203 Front street.
ADDITIONAL RIYEIt NEiYS.
Ilev. OeorgeC. Harris, No. 313 Poplar street,
iu .0.01 iiiauiMju Mreei.
To No. 177 Second stieet.
MISS ENA MURRAY,
ilISS LOU W. TROUT.
Secr.ry and Treasurer.
(For full river news see third page.,
Signal SERvicic United States Akuy. 1
Memphis, Tnts., uctober 20, 1874.
One of tfce moht desirable homebteads, for-iii.-riy
tei!U)ilii by a Mtlietn planter, Wil
liam Muney, deceased, In tlie heart ol the
MtaBd h)fkHfclMt keetion In the south.tlie
iumdtl viclHily of Kranklin,Tennime.
in ten unnl walk of the railroad deiot.
Change since last re-
Change In twenty
mtMlKterine relief nnd consolation tnthnsnf.
ferineaud dvlnc. Sucliastateofnn"iilrHiiliniii1 1
I awaken tlie warmest sympathies and most I
active a.sMisiance 01 our citizens on beunir or I
tne citizens 01 Memphis, itut, apart rrom all I
this, we. as Knights of l'ythlas. have a tolemn I
and sacred duty to perform In connection with I
this matter. Oar brothers or Memphis are in I
neednffimds to obtain tlreneceKsariesreniilslte I
to relieve the wants of their brother Knights. I
Since tlie breaking ouloi the pestilence, the I
loupes oi inai ciiy nave io?i many vainauie I
memoers,nna irom goou aim rename lnromi
atlon received bvus. the treasuries of the
various lodces are evhnustMl. wnlln n !nr-. I
number of their brothers are unnsr their I of business has been temporarily closed, and
ciuiiKe, ftuicKcu uowa wiin tne lever.
To the Public.
" Owing to the prevailing disease, our place
scbooiK, both male and female, unfiurnasKed.
ewmy-two aores, netween 'urnpike nnd
. For further particulars address
xll -U! xl
8. , S. W. 1 V. u .
LtRain , H.Rain Lt.Raln
DR. J. S. PARK,
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
GREAT SOUTHERN RAEROiD.
H. W. KHODK. (Ilurvor
Signal Service. United Stales Army.
Caiho, October 28. Arrived : CltyofHele-
KnlEhts of Pennsylvania, we call udou voti to
exercie the principles of our noble order.
uur urouiers need assistance snail it be with.
held? Let not this opportunity bo lost to con
vince our brothers or Memphis, and the
world at large, that our professions are reali
ties. Donate of your funds to the Miceor of
your suffering brothers. lt there be no de
lay, -time is precious, jv dollar, now. will
prove of more value than ten, some weeks
neiice. ii lormer penou vou exniune
your generosity toward your brothers of Chi
cago. At that time you contributed some
avo tnouanu uouars. jet not that one
ucter you Irom ex-
all communications will teach us addressed
to No. 160 W. Ninth s'reet, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Will reopen at its earliest abatement,
ocll LOEWENSTINE BROS.
Freight and Accommodation Train
leavH dally, Sundays excepted ::10 a.m
Man Train leaves dally . 11 55 ajn
Nahvlile Exprem Train leaves dally 1:10 pjn
No change of cars by this line for Louis-
punman Palace eept packets.
vllle.i-t. 1-ouHior NaMivllIe.
leeDinE-cars on all nleht t, alns
ror jickbui or inioruiation apply at
na. Vicksbure. 2 a.111.; city of Chester,.Mem- tc,i,.Pt WendsulP
iihls.3a.rn.: Belfast. i liniL .nu . iv,i. I hlbitloe; the same
ter.St. Louis. Ca,m.: city of Hplena si tni some reeling exists in tho state, because no
10a.m. Htver fallen 3 Inches. Weather mlld-l Proper acKnowieugement nas ever been made
light rain an aay.
Evahsvuae, October 2iJ-WeaUier cloudy,
HUU mm n u.j . wliu, 1 iu ou. lUVCr
risen -yt incues. -oarrivaisoraepartures ex
St. LOPIS, October 26,-Weather cloudr and
wanner, with a brisk rain all day. River ris
ing. ArrlveutJonn a. ncuaaer, vicksburg:
City of Chester, Memphis. . .
Lot'lsviLLK. October 26. Weather cloudy
andool. cRIver rising, with od Inches in the
canal, and 34 Inches tn the pass down the Iu.
dlana chute. No arrivals or departures ex-
Muit, wjwHni uie 1 ... . . . ...
We are aware that we .are nreparca. io niauo. 1mor.1i
01 tins noDie act 01 yours, we are aware
that after the wants of the brothers tn mil.
cago had been supplied that there remained a
oaiance 01 some ono thousand dollars, which
was applied to other nurrjoses. wiihont even
requesting the state what should bo done
with the surplus or asking its consent. This
want of courtesy, we know, is cnlcnintnrt m
ruua xli leuiuKaoi cnaruy, ana loaa oromers
to shut up their bowels of compassion. Hut
c iiius. tniuciuiKr lum urumers, wno are iy.
.ui; . viio cuiukui ue.iii. cull UDon us mr mil.
The living, who attend them, and are nr.
forming their duties as faithful Knights, call
wiuiu nviiriuaiuculUlb our SUUIU.
prn hrpthrpn vlll nnt n nnnniAinl in
NAsnvii-i.E. October IC River riMmr I
I . 1 . 1 .. with ni (..hunnthAllinall Wa.Hl. L, I, . ,,. .. ..
Ticket Olflce, 0. 287 1-2 Snln Street I cloudy, with rain. which shows tho urgency of immediate ac
tion, we unaerstana in si urand Chancellor
U'liiiianTnt. rMnhoi- Th t.tArhi nn "7 " .i lo UIO
Cask Advances on sbipmenUof Cotton to
onr. correspondents in New York.
STEWART, 8WYNNE & CO.
KOABTED THREE TIMES A
mo rraue supplied.
OLIVEIt, FINNIE 4 CO,
A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE.
JOHN T. XLYNN. BuptMemnhisDiv.
Jinw Agent. jyu
CUSTOMERS 0FAD6. BBRTON.
mflS BUSINESS WILL BE CONDCCTKD
1 the same av aceal. 1 will be pleased to
nSrve all In tho fatttre as in the past, und
trust that I sW IKierally pstrenlsed by
I -.ke llarorfwlll nrobfblv"move northeavt" "Ordinate lodges, calling for donations in TjO not neglect a cough because It troubles
.t? i.. .,i i,iL iil?t i. ,lld of "1H Knights or Memphis. This lis but n U you butllttie now. Now is tho very tlma
wertv iind? a5d STili liK ""'J" on,,u w ld naturally " ts easiest removed. and none wouldsufle?
westerly winds, and rain on the lower Jakes. I ,,xtMV, fmm him- and we i-nrnrfid- imtvi.ii If therknew how r ihrv ran iu,
'?! i?JXJ: t, .JJ?ylU!Zt!.f ia . 'tlli. Will I generously re-pohuf'l to. by tbe timely of DUCONGE'8 PECTORAL
easterlrwlnos. backing lo southwest, north-1 - - - I BAIIAMIO SYRUP -v.wiau
westerly ' winds, with cloudy and clear) ni; I - - ' f . - Sufferers from all" aliments of the Breast.
For tbe middle states,
viuuuy weauicr anu ouiuiy rain, wiin some
what higher temperatuie.
For New England, easterly wludv.cloudy
Hiid rainy weather.
Cautionary signals continue St MilwnMk.e,!
WE SHALL NEVER. FORGET THE!
RniTOHH appkal Far nwnv froni th wmi
or Mirrow that.rlses from our doomed city wo
mormtirortne evrisung waves in n, mnm.tl '
Lungs and Throat will nnd that by nslng.Qia
using the best expectorant, which removes all
phlegm, soothes air Irritation and rad!ritr
cures. KoralIn Memphis. Tenn..bv '
U. C. HrEKVER A CO, ;
Octolier SO, 1873
will offer, at public sale, upon the p
iiiruugn .Messrs. xrerevant 4 c
15 SMALL FARMS
le bv a snhdlvlsinn nf f Iia laroa fmm
land, on which I have hitherto resided, in the
First Civil District or Shelby county, three
miles north of the Memphis and Ohio Rail
road from WvtllA Stntlnn. nnH which rmm
x rcgani as ine nnest region o,
Shelby connty, where farmers grow rich and
uve comionatiie, and which I part with onlv
because in my advanced age I desire to give
ui, .iic luiuri ill m "r i 1 1 1 1 ii r, , , ,1 . .
wood, underitrowth, walnut, poplar, oak, gum
and hickory timber indicate the richness oi
the soil, and extensive swltch-cana nfrnni.
piemiiu range tor cattle, at ost of the subdi
visions are lmnroved -with niln and
and have a due proportion of cleared and
timbered lands; and while laid off to meet
the wants of those who deslra. small farms,
wii"iuii wciutr lusui.iue uemanusoi
Circulars containing plan of subdivision
cuimiuons oi saie win do generally dis
tributed, and mavhsrifiri atthfnffipAnf th.
TERMS Third cash; lialance one and two
jeans, wiui six percent, interest.
Warranted titles will bo Given, retalnlnj
. V M. ilATTLE.
Trezevant A Co Anctloneers. oclo
A. FILLER &' CO.,
From 298 Front Street
TO 234 MAIN STREET.
Where-We "Will contlnnft' mir iift!lxr nncf'nn
sales of Dry GOodn, Clothlnz. Boots. Shoes.
Hardware, Gla ware, etc.
ine iraae an conmnr mprrhnnffl -nriii Am
WIT. ICS, Anctlnneer.
O. F. PKESCOTT.
J. I. PKESCOTT.
J0nBEE3.AND DEALERS IK
COIL OIL, LARD OIL,
MINERAL SPERM OIL
Coal-OU Lamps, Burners, Chimneys, Wicks,
Chandeliers, Brockets, Lanterns, and Lamp
Stock or every kind. Manufacturers of Ger
man, Rosin and Palm Soaps; Tinware and
No, 38 Union Street,
WJI. It. rAEBINOTON. HEN BY B. HOWELL
FARRMTON & HOWELL,
No. 2C8 Front St. Mrapliis, Tenn.
TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.,
ISO. 3G9 FUOXT STREET,
Manufacturers' Agents for the
IMPROVED WIXSUIP GVi,
Which for II Kht draft, fast einnlne and clean
ing of seed, is nneaualed by anv other dn in
use. while it produces as eood a sample as anv
01 me siauuaru gins oi our country. I'nce,
s 1 per saw. r uiiy warranieu.
Brooks' Improved Revolving Screw rres s
This lustlv celebrated press, we present to
the public greatly Improved In convenience,
which we feel assured will meet fully the
wants oi ine pianier.
Baxter's Steam Engine.
Is simple, durable, safe, and occupies but
little space. The very thing for those wishing
The J. C. Uoadler & Co. Portable
This enelne. so Ion? and favorahlv known In
the south, has been greatly Improved, not only
in material, but workmanship. It possesses
all the power necessary for the heaviest work.
r uiiy warrantee.
Gnm Belting Always on Hand,
P" Bend for Circulars. Jy30
Black Brilliantines, Colored A'pacas,
ALSO, WATER PROOFS
Xxl all IWIitt urosi
CASSIMERES FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
WHITE AND COLORED FLAM
Open Elannels, Embroidered Flannels,
Fancy Plaid Flannel.
VELVET CLOAKS ! CLOTH CLOAKS !
BLACK AND COLORED.
lew Styles Ladies' Suits!
REDINGOTES, KEVEKSIBLE OTTOMAN
SHAWLS AND SCARFS,
Prompt attention glirn lo eolleetlonr.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
CHARTERED IX 1S68.
TransaeU. a General Kanklns and Zx
cliance I5aslnes, aud nrcnlr, nr.
flern for the I'nrrliase nnd
Sale or Coin, Stock,
Bonds ami .Scrips.
Most partienlar care siren lo colle
Hon Herns, and prompt relnrns
mmle therefor. Correspond
J. LETT, Prea'l. S. BOBShCaabier.
L. LETT, TIcc-rres't.
E. 60LDS1HTI7, Assistant Cashier.
NATIONAL BANK, MEMPHIS
U. E. GAETH, President.
J. C. NEELT, TIce-Pres't.
3IABT1N GRIFFIN, Cashier.
L. HAN ACER of SehooiOekl, Hana&er A Ce.
J. C. NEELY of Brooks, Neely A Cm.
It. S.JONES of Jones, Brown A Co.
U. L. DENNISON of Orglll Bros. Co.
H.E.GARTH. JJ.JENNY. V.BACIOALUPO
E.T. KEEL of Keel A C.
H. H. METTE of H. H. Mette A Sob
D. P.HADDEN of Haddea Avery.
A. L. HARIUi
.of Harris, Mallory A C.
ACCOTTA'TS OF 3IEKCIL4VAT8
AND OT1IEK.S SOLICITED.
CHEJIICAL NATIONAL BANK -New Yfc
B. C DANIEL,
A.T,Ti .T PABTIC PRICES.
Orders solicited. (Jootls not opening to gatisfiction mar
pense. Samples sent on application.
relnrned at onr ex
3VE ES 3XT 33L KT 3E3 JEL O
281 and 283 Main Street, Cor. Court.
E. 31. APrERSON.
A. E. HEXNEDAT.
APPERSON & KENNEBAY,
Whole? ale and Retail Healers In all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
FoiiGents', BojsYTonths', Ladies', Misses and Children.
69 1-S Main St., opp. Coprt Square, Memphis
n. b. ronsTEE
CRAS. W. KZALHOFJCn.
XCTo. 3CG 21-023. t Stroot.
J. J. BUSBT,
K. D. JOHNSON,
BUSBY, JOHNSON & CO.,
37C FROST STREET, JIEJIPHIS
References State National Bank. EeSoto
Bank, Herman National Bank, First National
NO. 254 SECOND STREET, IRVING BLOCK,
UfUl Q If ICQ .'SOLE AG'NTS
THE ORIGINAL "STAUFFER"
(Introduced by us lnf 1S53.)
And a Tariety of grades of
RECTIFIED AND REDISTILLED
fllylku 1 1
BASS & CO.
OUR FIRST SHIPMENT
BASS & CO.'S
In Kilderkins or 22 Gallon?, ttIII
arrlTC, per steamer,
1ST SO AYS.
W.W.GCY. J.H. MCCl.EI.IAK. T.C. PAKK
SUY, M'CLBLLAW & CO
qiHOSE in seed of good and substantial
JL roois win consnu meir interests by ex
amining our .
PLASTIC SLATE ROOFING
before making contracts. Considering Its
cheapness, durability, and Its lmpervloasness
to water and Are. It is eonal.lf not snnerior.
wnuy iwuui; m ue. lufeatioui uppiicsuon
and perfect adaptation to roofs of any shape
either right angles, horizontals orperpendicn.
lar most commend It to the favorable con
sideration of the Dnblic. Vallers of anv
shape made without the use pf metals of any
No chemical Preparation has vet been dis
covered which so effectually and securely
protects metal roofs from the action of the
atmosphere, and hence from nut, corrosion
and decay, as PLASTIC SLATE.
We refer to Col. L. J. Duj?re (Editor Appeal),
Chaa. KortrMht- Kso.. Col. P. i' Rthii.Tf.
Dent, Esq., B. iL, Wad dell, Eq, and others
wuuimve nseuii, u ui iu ment4 as a roonng.
' IFor references to leading- citizens of other
oltlf.i, npd examination of sampler of roonDg,
pleaso call at onr omce,
Jylf OAVJIS T'AIjKEB. i
260 & 262 FEONT STEEET,
Mcmphifi, : : : : Tennessee
HAVE IN STORE and constantly receiving
FRESH STOCK, consisting In part of
Bacon Clearsides, Clear Rib, Hams and
Lnrd Tierces, Kegs, Tails and Case.
Floor All grades.
Sugar Louisiana, Demarara and Refined.
Jfolasaes and Symps Every quality.
Bagjrinj; Hemp, Flax and Jnte all grades
Iron Ties All patents usually kept.
Kope Hemp, Cotton and Jute.
Liquors nnd Brandies.
Fish Barrels, half bbls. and kits.
Soda, Noap, Nnun, Starch, Candles, and a
General Assortment of CasoCIoods,
Offered to the Trade at Inside
Market PrlctB. 1
fonslgnmenfa of Cotton Solicited.
Liberal Cash Advances made nn rwiim tn
storo or In transit. Have our own' wreliom
antt (rnarantte correct itltnts, ntpj
FAT.Ii 13 VS.
Wa are now prepared to offer TO THE TRADE full lines of
IMPORTED SILK GOODS!
IS RIBBOXSj TELTETS, AX TIUHaiKG FABRICS.
IXTO-tlOTJLS SLUlS3. JSUOlGST G-oods
t IN GREAT VARIETY.
FULL LINES OF MILLINERY GOODS
Especially adapted to the wants of tlie Millinery Trade of this section.
TRIMMED HATS OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE Tniohsaie Grocer,
STATE NATIONAL BANS
rpHIS bank, organized under the National
JL Currency Act, with a capital of
THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND
dollars. U now fully prepared to carry on a
general banking bnsiness.
Tiie accounts of mercbants, raanufactarers
and business firms, and persons generally,
will be received.
Its officers and directors tender the servi
ces of this association to this and other com
munities. JOHN J. FREEMAN, Cashier.
R. C. DANIEL, late President Merchants Na
AMOS WOODRUFF, President Union Ccttoa
I. B. KIRTLAND, late PresWent Jaakson Ih
sn ranee company.
J. J. BUSBY, President Washington Fire and
Marine Insurance company.
T. A. NELSON, President Southern Life In
B. LOWEN8TEIN, of B. Lowenstein ABroa.
HUGH STEWAHT, of Stewart. Ownne fc Co
U. T. LEMMON, of Joyner, Leramon A Gale.
A. J.-Whlte,of White, Langstan" t Ob.
JOHN P. HOFFMAN, of Mitchell, Hoffman
H. CLOTH, of Cloth A Kettman.
N. MALATESTA, of L. Podesta 4 Co.
Orricr or Cometrolibrof the CoaHEvar,
WASiitsOTON", Augusts?, IS.
Whereas, by satisfactory evidence, present
ed to the undersigned, it has been made to ap
pear that the State National Bank of Mem
phis, in the city of Memphis, in the count; of
bhelbyand State of Tennessee, has been daty
organized under aud according to the require
ments of the act of Congre ss, entitled "An Aet
to provide a national currency, secured by
a pledge of United States bonds, and to pro
vide for the circulation and redemption
thereof, 'approved Jnne 3, 1861, and has com
plied with all tbe provisions of said act re
quired to be cemplied with before comraes.
ing the business of banking, under said ae.
V n,T- T-hAMfnw. T T 1 1 anrrH.n-.Kw --M
Comptroller of the Currency, do hereby testi
fy that the "State National Bank of Mem
Phis." In the city of Memphis. In the conntv
pf Shelby and State of Tennessee, Is author
ized to commence tne Dusmess oi Dancing
under the act afore aid.
In Testimony ereof. witness mv band
andsealof offic fS9th day of Autrust. 1SB,
Z127 fL. R.1 Acting Comptroller Currency.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
WBSS & LIQUORS
358 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
A. c& CO.
Importers suid Ialen in
No. 324 Front Street. - Memphis
BLUFF CITY OIL "WORKS
BAKER & BARTON,
Manufacture Oil, Oil-CaKe and
Cotton Seed Meal.
cCl Pay Cash for Cotton Seed.
C3-. j3l. HOK-EriLT.
Which will be found much better adapted to the requirements of this community than roods
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BRYSON & CAMP,
rSlrSP PS BEDROOM, PARLOR, DININOROOM. KITCHEN and OFFICE
r uitriiUKr in the South
Entire new stock of W'ltons, Velvets, Brussels. Three-Plrs, Two-Plyg, Hemps, Btraw and
t - Cocoa Mattings.
Sprlng, Hair, Colion, Moss, tocelslor, and another known kinds, of our own "make.
In great variety, stylo end price
OILCLOTHS) IS ENTIRE SEW DESIOSS.
We -lift Y) the In r sent .slook In our lino lo bo had In the South. Close bnyarn will find It le
1 ' their luterem Local! aud wo our goods, at
228 3JCnm Street, ; : : ; : Memphis, Tenn. :
Has removed to the more commodious store.
Ko. 336 Frnnt Street, Corner Union,
In the Magnolia Block. He now offers low to
trade the following articles, viz:
25 barrels new Rice.
250 boxes Factory Cheese.
300 barrels Sugar.
250 sacks Rio and J ava Coffee.
SO sacks Pepper, Alt pice and Cloves.
1000 eases Oys:ers, Lobsters and Salmon.
250 cases tardlnes and I lub Fish.
400 boxes Raisins, Citron and Currants.
ISO sacks Almonds. Filberts and Cream Nats
25 barrels Texas Feean.
SOO pkgs. Mackerel. Whlteflsh, Codfish and
SOCO cases Canned Peaches. Pine Appte
strawberries. Pears, etc. '
3000 cases Canned Tomatoes. Green Com, Af
paragU", Succotash. Green Teas, Strin"
Beans and Mnsh-Rooms. "
BOO cases Jellies and Preserves.
3C0 half chesUand caddies Teas;
SOO cases barrels and half barrels Pickles
200 kegs and half barren Plgsfeet.
10 barrels Bologna aosage and Dried Beef
13 tieicea new Hams.
200 boxes Italian Marcaronl and Vormecelli
1 pkgs. Lnrd tn tlefees, kegs and buckets
Hj0 barrels Flour vartews grades.
100 barrels St rap and MoIwrcs.
'J barrslH Whinky, Wh, Hranrtj-jShewyhiAl
ts.9 cases Claret, Catawba, lihlte "WUtm
nnd othr artlelw tee Mmerons to mention
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