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THE MEMPHIS DAILY A-PPEA.!, --WElSrESD AT, NOVEMBEE 5, 1873. s5 A2IUSEMENTS. Gr .it-ANn orrsia.o1 MEJIPH1R THEATER. LESS HE aVIAKAO-UI U A. LEFFINOWHI L T. W. DAVEk Tbejabove popular place of amusement, ba leg been thoroughly repaired, re painted and decorated, WILL OPEX FOR TUB SEASOX ox Tlinr-daT, ItoTcmbcr 6, 1873, WITH A I'LHNDID AND WELL-SELECTED STOCK CO MINY, who will appear In the new and successful pisr, lunve new, ny-semiey uuop bell, Bsq, entitled Wdtli and Wait; or, Throngd Fire. l-rwe-ted with entire New Scenery and Appointments. Bexe e open dally from 10 aJU. to 3 pjn. ROOMS AHD EOABB. TOOXS Rooms for rent, with boan'.and a SX, few day boarders wanted at SO SHELBY street. B' OARDBRS wanted at No. 72 Court street. I looms rumuuen or uniurnisnea. ucs TAKEN UP. ARE-.Tatsnnnidirk chestnut son el, .M.n mnn t i'r 1 1 1 it- uir, uu. . white Knot on her unaer up, u-ix- --ml iiu hand, hich and about twoyearsoid nWtUer street between Rayburn nvenu and Hernando street. liurtA-r. jiui PERSONAL. 'iKANa.'-ir. AUKNXb vve are Oie only an ! uinrimi omnibus and transfer aeents It Memphis for the Pad n can and Memphis a-" d th Unnbli and Little Rock railroad lemv9 orders at Z78 and SITS Main street loi nmnlriTirnr r. -i. - kaj. IQR SAI OR RENT. . -JTION LUAluN ihe bert and mwl 1 complete, straight, repacked and tample eottes location In the city. No risks, profit large ami sore. None but responsible psrtlee Heoa address W)ITU.. Appeal omct rjOOeE An excellent COTTAGE HOUSE UL on Daniap street, coniaimng nve room -ektde kitchen and servant's house: has lave etotera; one and a half acres In yard mi garden, and a good assortment of frail tree. For rent at SS per month, or will sell upon Boa terms. Appiy ai O No.?!) MADISON STREET. STRAYED. TTORSE One large brown saddle horse, witL II Itob rrrev hind foot, and branded I. I' ll. 3. A suitable reward will be paid for recovasy at bank or WiiMEiitt. TULES From opposite St. Peter's Orphan Hi. Asjri-ia.two mules; one was branded 1. l.ou left shoulder, was a dark bay mare. Unhands hleh; the other was a black horse male, about 16 hands high and - years old; fcetb in coed order. A reward of 5.5 will be ymid far their return to SEP court st. extended, WANTS. OY A dot 12 years old. Must come well nMmmdOdeiL J . W . lil r,ML- . News Agent, 172 Main. SITUATION Situation by a competent and experienced clerk, who can give best city rilRADE A boy sixteen years old wants to 1 larnatrade saddlery or shoemaker pre- jerrea. .vaarew GEOI1GE H- at this ogee. T7MPLOYMKNT Employment wanted by a L young MiKanun. uooa penman ana aosevBlant. Not afraid of any kind of hard work. Address -. , Appeal omce. r iTIIATfON AS NURSE A situation as yei- O low-feveraursebTonethatunderstandsbis nameus. Aaaress or appiy io -a, m uuicr. o miATION Br an experienced and com- O rWont man, sltuatlen as BOOK-KEEfEli or Matter employment, inquire oi moI HILL, TERRY MITCHELL. OALraiEN Two CrstHilass Dry Goods O Salesmen. S. VENDIG, 22S Main street. B' OY A Gash Boy. K. VENDia,236 Main street. y orTON' LICENSE An nnexDired cotton V Iteense. Adttress Cotton Broker. Appeal. rtlKK SHARES BaUdlne asd Loan Assocla- j OHOBMAKERS Two good shoemakers to kj workonpegworc,aiiHii-opiaTBireei. eJ J.FIRBaTINE. CtOHKHSPONDKNCB I want to correspond with penoas desiring to Invest at su Lovls. Persons desiring to exchange Cotton rsw for St. Lobw property. I have located at at, Loals as a Purchasing aoext of real utla, aed intend to And good bargains and ti Itllw for customers. R. R. WXDUELL, 5 of Memphis, 430 Market street, St. Loots. OAW-PfLING-lMelnawsa day to file at Vj limits t3 raw.uur-ijiuutcL ui .11c yir- edaef which I will give to the Howard As- ooi Cor. Main and Georgia streets. T-IKRSON8 waBUce Bored Veils, call at J HECK'S, an9 Second st. SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Feathert asd Hoosohoid Goods of all kinds, boaitht HBHoeonn street. tu x. air in -i . LEANING Tanlta and cisterns to clean. a w union street. J.v.r ua. T70RNITU1US, KlXi-To pay the highest JL pnee lor secona-nana iurmture, novee, loftiaexs, oarpetfi, eic, at iv oecoaa mreeu lAi H. M. DOUULAH A CO. JfOR SAZJ3. y ULrte tight young and well broke, at UJL. llperBeaseley'sBrtcc iaru,onuver- us tract, toaui jierapun. asn or city ac- oejKance. tea SALOON A flrst-clasj saloon, In best busi ness location, new and elegantly fitted up, aiMl wltfe & Brood stock of llonoiK. Arlnesniu- nar aaideu attached to Che house. Terms verytreerai. r-arucniars ai wepll APPEAL OFFICE. r BSIDSNOB A home-like house and 1bi 1 1 proved lot, inquire at g Bntn street. RNGINE A7-oorse power portable engine. H T AniTrKKRV A nonw-ravFr. pin and , , . . ' " I . 'Pjef. aUnearly new, will be sold cheap, RBSIDENCES-Two brick residences In the Tttsa block, comer Market and Third sts. wjc ri ACRES OF LAND In lots from ten to twentv acres. on bow slues or the I li44ppl and Tennessee Railroad. live mllos 1 lam Memphis: see man and address P.M.. Bf No. ZU Madison Etreet. UNGINKS-CUBEINS A GUNN, Adams st. K J nave ror saie some or we most snosutn. Hot asd elegantly finished stationary engines la the United States. The Exposition engine, so much admired by thousands, la among the number. Jtls50-horsepower. Gentlemen de siring engines tor mills, etc- snonia call ana examine. For simplicity and strength they are not to do exceuea. leu ENGINE A SO-horse power engine and boiler, with pumps and a lot of 10-lnch t-My-eit. inquire at uess 39 ADAMS STREET. FOR RSKT. I' HMinKNCIO Lan-e brick residence, nine XL rooms. No. 12S Washington street. Has mK been occupied since June, consequently sol infected. Apply at 192 WASHINGTON street. AGE That freshly-palnted.one and a cottace. with seven rooms, good i.nouse. eic. ino.oii ueoreu sure-v a few stops wet Hernando street cars. Apply t HENRY J. LVNN.H Madison street. XOrTAGE-Coltaee. next to corner of Her- j aaa-o read and Chapln avenue, 520 per HHHJIU. J. - illUKIA) W, Z'V maw SI. lOTTAORS Tliree cottacrK. in food order. I vy on Walker avenue, fronting on Hernando I street railroad, near the residence of Captain Joseph Lesow, and convenient to State Fe- inwe witege. Apptyat u.mj stn-ev. OKsrDEXCE A good brlek two-story re4- 1 v ttenee, witn etent roomt. good water ana aU eoavrateaces. No. 73 Shelby ttreet. Also, wat to sell furniture, wood and coal. For further partlcnlsrr, call on T. J. BEASLEV, 3 Tennessee stret-t. OTORBS Nos. 417 and 4SI Main street; good kj loeaton ; eaeap to goou parties. no TlAXILY ROOMS At 417 Main street: ref- Sj ereaoesteqnlred. Furniture from yellow fever premises will not be permitted to be DrosgDl into tue uouse. iitu yy BS1DKNCE oorner Mulberry and Tolbert jLs streets ji. i iueacnam,iso. v i nton BR10K DWELLING A 2-story brick dwell ing, in good repair, with all conveniences, N..3M Monroe street. For farther particulars an at an main street. not ij'jn PER MONTH Brickho-se rooms and OOU servant' house, next door g Union street. JOHN K. FINLKY, SS Union. TORE AND DWELLING 161 Beale street; I excellent stand. Apply at premises or I 1W Front street. O. 11- P. PIPER. TOOM8 Tlie healthiest the highest sltu- XV a ted In the city. Families would do well I to call ana examine. io.-mueiny street. OFFICES RESIDENCE Residence on Wellington street; ofneen, No. St South Court street. Apply to T. B. TURLEY, selB tSY, Madison street. GERMANTA HOUSE Corner or Shelby and Gayoso streets, at a bargain. Apply at onee to John Bomervell, office 30H Second street, comer Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. seplS OTTAUE New cottage-house, situated at I .V7'-?",'' ..r;.r,Ti ly J mterseetion or iauueruaie street ana iier- :"r:"Tl'"'-"i"" .rv, ,r-,VV,rV way. Apply to C. H. HAIGUT. sepw No. 9 West Court street. tvlKmiSU'JUhE Theplendldstorehoase,No. O 260 Second street. Iron tine Court square. lately occupied by w. S. Bruco 4 Co. Apply to V. Bacigaiupo, or to BELCHER A FENTRESS, Att'ys, sepll No. 254 Second street. pn-SIDBNXl-DwelUng, 8 rooms, Union St. I Ik. llut enhnrhnn mcUnn-a .-ft 12 t MINOR MERlWETllER,310fceiuds '1'IlEseooud and third coon of 354 Main at.. L Tery light (being on corner of an alley), s-iKiowior a wnoieeaie notion nouw. Appiy tO HflUl.lt Ot ItlACT. . OtMUlonsK Ko. M -Hesle street, cm O kteeaad. Also, residence No. ai Orleaitb i-M, near Pop! sr. Apply to -OSWKNHTTNK BHOii- v5 maiu strnoi. one storeroom on &SaXV YERS ft BNEED, ma siaia tret. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The way to the heart and afl'ectlons of tbe people or Memphis is through needed hygienic public improvement. Let aspirants to omce take the hint. The criminal court will opfen this morning, Judge Flipptn presiatng, au iu rors, grand and petit, and witnesses arc notl fled to be in attendance. Shall Memphis lose ten thousand of Uer e WO, energeuc ana acuve ciuzens in me next six months? That Hi the question for me general cuuucu iu ujiswcr. 'Sauires Slassey and Brooks trot mar ried during the recexs f the quarterly court. We congratulate them on tnelr choice of brides, and wish them alt a long and happy life. The city authorities ot Memphis have now an opportunity of redeeming the past and winning the respect and regard of nlty? A thorough system of modern and approved sewerage will save Memphis in the next twelve momii uie upprociauou oi umc teen million dollars In her taxable property aione. The Odd-Fellows of Memphis will to-day, escort their nurses to the railread de pot and ta&e a formal leave of the good men and women wnosoiaiuiiuuy served us aur ng uie epiueraic. "We notice that the obscure alleys auu uy-streeus m we ciij are already in a xisvte of tilth. In other words, the foundation tor next year's epidemic is being laid. Where a we board or BeallhT The quarterly court yesterday elect- eu kj. .21. aimip raiiroaa xax-coiiecior io nil the place made vacant by the death of "Squire Duncan. "Squire Miller was elected publie guardian on the first ballot. The city hospital should be reserved ror laose persons aione wno are sick or nnn' xmiagloux diseases. The admission of an in- 'ected patient Into such hospital should be prohibited nnder severe penalty. The hoz-scavencers are busilv at work. Doubtless they know the necessity of axira exeruon, since alter tne storm oi clean lines there wilt coma the calm of old-fashion -Hi tilth. Is It not time that tney were disturb- XI in weir avocaaon? The pestbouse which a proper re- sard for the safety of the lives of the people if Memphis demands, should be constructed m estimates and specifications drafted by a competent engineer who has experience of ncu wings in otaer ciues. Major Xealis has upon his desk at we commissary, o. a juaaison street, i monument formed of 'very large sweet pota' toes, which were donated by Nashville to the Hem pbts sufferers. It would pay our farmers u go arounu ana hee we nig roots. It will cost only one hundred and Jxty thousand dollars to save Memphis from the loss or her trade and or ner nest citizens, ft depends unon the board of aldermen and general council, whether the peopl9 shall lave the opportunity ot paying inis amount Champaign. Illinois, sent contribu- dons, in money, to Memphis, for the sick and impoverished, amounting to three hundred .Hid eighteen dollars. Think of this, for a ittle town! God bless the Champalgners! xay they always have champagne to annk. The general council should make immediate preparation to proenre a proper ile c ulttdethe limits of the city on which to jrecta petnonse. xnaiaone, steps snonia oe 'aken with as little delay as possible, to let Hit the contract for the building of such a noose. Scattered among: the pedestrians on Vain street are many ladies in deep mourn .nr. Everv one of theee sorrowing sufferers. Load remind the city aBthorlties of the ter--ible Dime, and nerve theia to manly and public-spirited action, to fortify Memphis -igainst its atuc5uiiQior. The casting into the streets of dead vermin, soch as rats asd mice, or the permit- Ing of dead dogs, cats, pig, or other animals, o remain in or near the premises or under the Mucin buj iir .ir. -1 lui.iii . m u i . . u . j Holder, should be punished by line, and for the econa onent-a, oy ane ana unpnsonment. The duties of the sanitary police -noma emorace a uauy inspection ot me premises of aU the tenement and other house n bund alleys ana dock streets. loiauons yl the sanitary laws should be reported, and immediately punianea ny nne, ana, lor J. condo2ense. by Imprisonment in the coun- tfJaiL Vf. E. "Wade, charged with forgery. nd a defaulting clerk In State controller's itBce, NasBville, was surrendered by his bondsman, F. Kline, of this city. Mr. Kline went to St. Loots, had the culprit arrested and turned over to the authorities ofthebtate, t NashvlUe, from which place he returned yesterday. Thieves cut their way through the tirickwallof Mitchell A Applewhite's new roeery store, in Col'iervllle, Monday night. ua aostractea winy or lony aoiiars in .noney, and goodssupposed to amount to fifty r sixty dollars. They left their tools behind !hem and. lrom this and other evidence, it Is apposed they will be detected. Chancellor Morgan opened the first chancery court in due form yesterday mom ing.anaaOer the entry of several nnlmport nt orders, the court adjourned till ten o'cloik Jils morning. The recond chancery court k opened pro fvrma by the clerk and ad- tourued till Jlonday. Chancellor Walker nelng detained at the supreme court at Jack--on. liast uigbt the sky was clear and bright, after the steady rain of yesterday, but somehow our faithful chronicler ot the weather, Colonel BUly Daidis, failed to put In an apperance and state what kind of snow, frost, etc.. would soeceed. We bone this will not occur again, as our many readers look to aim lor report., ana leei aisappointeu it we tan to cnronicie tnem as given uy nun. Mr. Paul A. Cicalla, who promised as Sunday night to make a statement for pno- nrauon, lias jaiieu io put in an appearance or urniku me reaatne mauer we anticipated. VVereeret this, as we have mode free use of als name and acts during the past three days. and were desirous to give him a fair showing. me city council will mm wis aiiernoon at one o'clock, when the matter will come before inm ana aoaouem roeeive proper considera tion. Steamboats, barges, ilatboats. aud other rt ver craft should be boarded by the san itan officers immediately after landing at the city wharves, and thoroughly inspected.and if tease ot contagions uisease is tounu auoaiu, the sanitary officers should at once report the an to the board of hea tb, who should.widi out delav. have the infected person removed to the pestbouse, and the bedding and other wings useu ny uim aesirojea. Shall we have action, or fatal inac tivity, by the board of aldermen and general souucil lo-dav ? The people demand Imme diate action. Let sanitary ordinances be adopted, and sanitary police begin at once a -horough system of surface-cleaning. Let the streets and alleys be cleansed daily, begin aloe as soon as possible. In the meantime. let the nVceisary steps be taken to prepare eity mortgage-bonds, by which funds can be TWKU 1W U1C UUiMJKUJ uflc 8rstem otfweri:e. raiseu i or uiepuiposeoi ainoiougnanascien- In the probate court, yesterday, Judee J. R. Ray presiding, the will of the late Joseph Meyer was admitted to probate. The folio wine persons were appointed administra tors on the estates of the undermentioned de ceased : S. Ilammontree, estate of Joseph II. ,-,. ui, v-i-. n..i.r),i. wexler: isaac N. Snowden. estate of H. F. C. Wolf; Johanna Wilkowtky, estate of Joseph Witkowskv: Anna Harris, estate of Joseph uarns; onanna innu, estate oi jacoo i'rlnn; G. K. Duncan, estate of B. F. Duncan. The conrt adjourned till this morning, A few days ago a hack-driver, or countrymen. They reported the facts to Chief Awy, but the scalplst was not to be found. lo-uavne maae ins appearance, nsvineiust returned irom a nnet sojourn in nopeneiu. The chief, who had detained the parties here. made the iehu come down for monev over charged, and the full amount of board bill contracted by the victims, and then after reprimanding tne rascal, turned mm loose. Tnat hackman had better look out or bis fate will be much harder than he has calculated npon, as the chief Is determined to put a slop io sucii practices. Considerable excitement was caused last niabt. near the corner of Court and Main streets by the continued calls of a private watchman lor city police, two of them arriv ed in a few minutes and proceeded to the stated that an Irate colored female had chased corner oi r ront anu wan wnere a gentleman him from Third and Poplar slreetx. throu alleys and by -streets with razor In hand and blood-thirsty intent. Upon heartnc the omin ous whistle, the Amazon departed In haste and hid In a private stairway, but our snard- lsns found her, and she now reposes In Athy's wtem, hiju win ve luiervieweu wis morning ' , mjuuv iuin. We learned vpstordnv from T)r George A. Mathes, of the Somerville Falcon, that die most daring hHthway robbery ever perpetrated in that neighborhood took place last Thursday, near Liberty church, six miles irom r-omerviite. in oroaa uayngnt. air. Ham monds, a planter, being the victim ofoutrtuee, He was return! ni: from town, where he sold bis cotton, and was set upon by three white inen diss wised as neeroes. who presented cocked pistols and demanded his doner. Mr. isu .monds denied having any, when one of .1 ..lltl.h. illl lili . .n.l A I .lie viLiitui' virr- Rim iiui nu uicu n euui at him. which, luckily, only passed through Ills clothing in front of his breast, without injuring bitn. The robbers told Mr. Sant- Jootids that they saw Mr. Trimble, the mer chant at Sometvllle, pay him one hundred and twenty dollars iu gold, and unless lie gave un IhernonevfllHiiie would ue laKen. Air. amnionds Uien handed oyer toe specie, and was permitted u leave. .o ciae to uie erpe tralors has yet come to light. We respectfully ask the clergymen ot the different religious denominations to address theli congregations on the subject of fuforciUK a thorwuih system of hygiene for .Memphis. We need the powerful aid of th clenrv to brine about a systematic and perma nent purification of the city, onr reverend Mends need not be told that there are .abundant precwdeotK In holy writ for sermons on Hygiene, nor that the Old lestameut is full of texts aprofXH to "lie subject, 'ihe Great Jrettlor oi uie universe, me junior oi an tnat is pare ana ixnuuiui, clean and go ly, lH-mttlied into Oie Mosaic code the most strln sent provisions touching the preservation of uie neat in oi uwj-wb. iu- system oi mili tary hygiene adopted In the wilderness of Arabia, during the exodus from Egypt to ihe laud or promise, affected, with peculiar and personal significance, vvery man in tne -amp. I'ersonni cleanliness was eniorced as a lui . and, as was alluded to editorially In the A i-rai. while the epidemic was still at lw lugut, a fearful punlslinient was de nounced against those who violated tun san itary as well as the moral law ot the Mosaic code. F1RU and idolatry were equal- abominations In the eyes of Jebo- vah. Love of trteanl mess stronz in tlie breast of the inspired law-giver that It reached out and marked as unclean certain animals which it forbade by edict the people to cat. To touch even these unclean animals made the person who touched tnem unciean nut 1 1 11, n miminf- ntid tha earthern vessel in which thev full was ordered to be broken to Sleces. It "is more than probable that the ireful disease of leprosy was a punishment following at a consequence of filth. Wecer- . 1 t . . ........ . . . n..i,.nni, lull.. following as a consequence oi niw. e cer tainly know that for not harkening to the laws-lliose for health as well as for uiorals ihe Jewish people were tlireatiied with "ter ror, consumption, and the burning agne.that shall consume the eyes and causa sorrow of near., i ne same uoa ruies in ueavea now that ruled over the lsraelttlsh camn. and if under theclurtsilan dlspansatlon. "one Jot or tittle of the low sho-H not pass away," the same pwtalt)- will fetkw the violation of the laws of iMtmnllues-s now Ms lu the olden in.ie. At any rale, cleunllite U next to godlluesn, mtd we of Mempkls have paid too dearly for the experience of the last lew weeks to have any doubt on the subject. Let onr faithful and noble clergymen call attention to the ce ces<y for public action in this, matter, THE FEVER. Official Mortnarj Report Six Deaths. Four from Tellow-FeTer, Two from Other Ctujes. Only One Hundred and Slxty-Scren Cases Under Treatment Onlj One Kcw Ciso YestcrtLaT. Report from the Howard Association and Relief Committees Contri butions from Abroad. MORTUARY REPORT. The following is the mortuary report for the twenty-four hours, ending at six o'clock, No- vemoer 4,1573. I AOE.I CAUSE. RESID'NCE. Mat Davls m 8 4-1 Z7 yel'w-fever yel'w-fever yel'w-fever nm'gebwls Winch'rar E. Hopkins E. McCaultfr... I Charlie Jacobs. Annie Smith Philip Barney... 178 Gayoso uean av St. Martin J m-s spasms. yel'w-fever Gi Main S3 lirlnkly av Colored. Total. 6: yellow-fever. 4: otherdlseases. There were three additional burials, but as they were from the poorhonse,slx miles In the country, and residents or the county, they are simply recorded In thlsoffice, and not reported in tne aeaa-usi ot tne city. RICHARD H. TAYLOR, M.D-, Secretary Board of Health. THE DEATH ROLL. The following shows the deaths from all causes from the fourteenth of Septernber, the day when the presence of yellow-fever was announced nptoana inclusive oi yesteruay Date. Total. September Hi 10. eptemieria September 17' September 181 sepiemoer i. SentemberSSO September 21 . S. September 22 10 cepiemDer-a September 21 September 25 September 2G septemoaris September 28 September 29 September 30 uctooer October. October. October- October. October 6 October. 7 October October. October 10 October 11 October 12 October 13 October H October 1 October IB October 17 October 18 October 19 October 20 October 21 October 22 October 23! October 21 October 25 October 28 October 27 October 2a 11. October 29! October 30j October 31 1 xovemoer n November 21 November 3 November 4; HOWARD ASSOCIATION Them wero ten applications for nnrses at headquarters yesterday, seven of which were mieu. nut one ueaui was reporieu. THE DISTRICTS. District No. 1 Yellow-fever 6: nursed Di me association, a; atea, i. --.-. - 1 1 -A.,A ,A. l.w JV; I. ,U. tCJlUrt-ltll.l -""-l klj tne association, lu; convalescent, 4. District No. 3 (west half) Y'ellow-fever, l; con valescenr. 5. District No. 3 (Beat "CI Yellcw-fever, 20; convalescent, 21, District No. 4 Yellow-fever, 18; convales- cent. 2: new cases. 1. District No. 6 Yellow-fever, 3; convales cent. 1. District No." (north half) Yellow-fever, 27; convalescent,-. District No. 7, south half Yellow-fever49; nursed by association, 5; relapsed, 1. District No. S Yellow-fever, 10; nursed by association, 3; convalescent, 1. District No9 Yellow-fever, 23; nursed b assoclatlon, 12; convalescent, 1; relapsed, 1; uieu, i. District No. II Yellow-fever, 25; nursed by association. 25; convalescent, 10. The districts unreported contain no sick persons. RECAPITULATION. Yellow-fever, 157; nursed by association. w; convalescent, st ; reiapseu,a; uieu, ; new cases, 1. The following donations were received by the Howard association, November 4, 1873: A. Pertle, from the ladles of the Unitarian society, of Kansas Citv. Mo.. S25 05: C. C. Llnd- sey, from the Fhlloinallilan society, of Tile tobia, Miss- 13; All Saints Church, Ports mouth, O- JS-'; James L. Glsdlng, Medon, Tenn5j; jonn Morgan, west ueiieviiie, in, SI: Wilson Hopkins, and citizens or Free- mont, Nebraska, S180 50; Cbmnifrcial Advert i- t. Kuffalo. N. YS233 50: W. L. Scott. Jack son.Tenn- from refueees. J15: W. Meconey. proceeds of a musical entertainment given at Worcester, Mass-$32 es; J.S. Kelly, Solomon tnty,Kansa,andclli.ens.S3l 25: W. H. Arm strong, Gallatin, Mo S27; Willie Wallach, .sew lork, per li. waue - tx) sou; is. ii. Clark. New York, per Oliver. Flnnle Co.. S10; citizens or Bridgewaler, Mass per Bates, Hill & Co- 5110 10; John L. T. Sueed, Jackson, Tenn- S10; J. R. Sanford, Covington, Tenu- $5; wm. Robertson, Jackson, Tennsiu.;toiai receipts irom ait sources mis uate, uu. J. P. ROBERTSON, Sec'y. REPORT OF CITIZENS RELIEF COB -tlllTEE. Motrins, November 4, 1873. Major J.J. Bnsby, Chairman: Deau Sir 1 am directed by R. C. Daniel, Esq., president of the State national bank, to notify you that we have credited yonr ac count as chairman of the relief committee, with $300, donated to, the yellow-fever suffer ers by tne Metropolitan national Dank of Isew Y'ork city. Please acknowledge the receipt oi tne same una uoiige. v ery truly, SAit'L A. TAY'LOR. WiLiasTON. November 1. Major J.J. Busby, Chairman: bSH Deak Sib Inclosed find So for relief of suf fering. Please place where it will help some body, lours truiy, j. . niiLj-ii's. Captain Ad. Storm, for the Mississippi Ele vator company generously aonateu iorty aoi lars. amount of freight bill on one hundred barrels of flour, brought from St. Louis by the Bene Memphis on Jionaay last. PlJtTTSMOUTH, Nebraska, October 31, General Relief Committee. ilemDhls: Your circular was received in our lodge last ntent. inciosea nna money-oruer lor twen ty dollars. I wish It was two hundred dollars, but our lodge Is poor at this time. May send more In a week or two Irom Platte Lodge No 7. Please acknowledge, l ours, H.J.STREIG11T. BnowjcsviLiii. Mo- November 3, 1S73. Major J.J. Busby, Chairman: Deak Sir We herewith Inclose vou our sight draft on Mr. T. li. Dlllard for SCO, net pro ceeds of a concert given by President S. R. ran Dam, oi tne isapust iemai college, ot this place, on the evening or the thlrty-Unst of October, npon a call of prominent citizens of this place, for the benefit of the Memphis suf lerers. R. O. THOMAS 4 CO. R. G. Thomas, Chairman committee. A. M. AUSTIN, Secretary and Treasurer. Rock Quaehv, Near Dixon-, Ala., Nov. a. Major J. J. Busby, Chairman : Dear Sir On behalf of the followlne named ladles, both Catholic and Protestant, we lurwaru iu juur uures. a uui ui cioilling. Please give It to that asylum which has tne greatest number of orphans In charge. Re spectfully. THOViASL. FASSICK d: CO. , List of donors Mrs. J. W. Dunkerly, Mrs. J. j. urown, xurs. i. it. rossicst, er-Mrs.u. r. Fossick. Mrs. T. L. Fossick. Jr.. Mrs. A. B. Gar ren, airs, jonn uitver, Jirs. Jiary Drysda'e, Miss Boeee. Contents of box Seventeen children's dresses, six boys' shirts, three girls' chemise, eleven pairs girls' drawers, eight pairs boys' drawers, ten girls' aprons, two girls' skirts, f trr, Irtf-intfe inn t-M IhrM i whir u ttwi lr.' sulLs, one shawl. VOMTRinUTIOXS RECEIVED AT THE jiavok's orriCF. Mem rms, Tekn, November 4, 1873. Employees of Surgeon-Genrral's office. n asuington, u. v uy . -u. liarnes, sur geon-general, F3i2; Amateuro concert, Noifbik. Va In addition to 5035 70 previ ously acknowledged ny ur, jaines x. Leigu, S50 00; citizens of Beaufort, S. C- by George W. Johnson, $58 00; citizens of Mon roe, Michigan, by Mayor Redfield, J150 00; citizens of nyracnse.N. Yby W. W.Thachcr, S W 00; a lady of Syracuse by cashier of First national nanK.ivo w; -ueinouist auu isaptist churches. Lake Oty, Flo- by Rev. B. Land rum, SIS 10; deposited In German National bank to credit of reitei iunu, ?2i Mayor's Office, City Hall. ME-trilts. November 4. 1873. Editors ArrEAL Please insert In your to morrows paper tne inciosea, wmcn explain themselves. If not too much trouble, will vou please comment on the sublect. Every interest seems working In favor of our peo ple, unaniy aoounaew. lours, innaste. j.n. r. All's Society for the Pkev-ktion") or CltVELTY TO AXIMALR. New York. November 1. 1873. I John Johnson, Esq- Mayor, Memphis T n- Dear Sir I annex hereto a copy of a letter nave auaresseu to wecnainuanoi we lec ture committee of the Young Men's Christian association, and have received a reply stating that arrangements will be made for my lec ture, i trust tnereoy to aiu yon to a very small extent, In yonr great calamity. Yonrs, respectfully, HENRY BEROH, President. Henry llersti nnd the Memphis Calnra- Headquarters, Fovkth Avknoe, ll&H lunni4lUlCUl(iril,ili), is. 3i. anuerup, rai- (.nairman: ijkak rix as you are uonmiess aware, the Principal city of one of the southern Slates is at this moment stricken down by a desolate scourge. Memphis Is in the grasp of a fatal malady, which has already destroyed a large portion of her population, nnd threatens an nihilation, nnleoi speedy relief be provided. No time shonld be consumed lndevialnirr-re and extraordinary measures. To meet the Pressing emergency prompt action Is re quired. To this end I tender my humble ser vices in inrthurance of the humane obliga tions we owe to our uArrt units southern hrathren bv lecturing icAioocl-llan hall any evening roost convent) cj,tfw $roMd to be employed In behalf of ft "'"biiiStrtni I Fever, j Other Causes, j 3 is . 9 UJ S 12 6 IS 19 8 1 27 91 - J 12 I 8 20 4 13 I 10 20. I 20 I io mZJ 21 Z 30. tmttmJtl 1 -..n lfi W...3Q.-. : 2S 1l7 ZZ45.II siZZ ZZjZZZ ZZ5t"I 4-1 26 71 37 1 17 I 5I I 31 10 1 41 I 4S 11 1 59 I 5 1 7 j 62 I 45 I 6 I 51 48 U I 57 41 L. ' 111 "I lSlZZ aoZZ I H iZZjg-Z 30 2 32 17 3 20 'O -37 zzpzzizzzn 4zzzz zzzz 5SZ 18 8 2 9 9 IS I- 5 17 4 6 111 7 6 I 13ZZ and 1 probdse to take for my theme "Mercy to Inferior Animals." Yours, HENRY BEROH, President. GKRM IN RKLIE7 ASSOCIATION. The patients under oar care are doing well, except William Harm. Only one new cae, William Harm, one of our most faithful nurses, took sick himself, after having nursed lor five weeks for our society. He was well cared for and all the necessary arfangeitlenu niade. td make him as comfortable as possible. Mr.it. Schilling. 178 Poplar street, died Thurs day, at twelve o clock, noon. seventeen families were supplied with pro visions, wood and coal. The following donations were received by the secretary t From Rev. C. Heddoens.Colum bus, OhlOi for the Theodore Parker lodge. No. 17, of the AmeHean Protestant association, rj5; from. Henry J. Lamps, Kansas City, the proceed! of a concert given by the German societies of Kansas City, Mo- 155, through Messrs. Mltchel, Hoffman & Co.; from Messrs. Wolfers Callschers, New York, S3, through N.G.A-Eckerly; collected by Messrs. Gram mes t Ulrlch, Chicago, III- Louis Stelnitz, $5; A. Magna., So: Dletsch A Co, St; V. Henbach, t2; IL Lleb, ti; A. F.Koch, J2; Charles Proebsling, S; Garth. Dr-Geiger nnd H. Wiener, M each; s. F. Bonfletd, 119; Grammes t EUrich, Jf-: sundry putties,!; Pflrmam A PfnU, Clnet.natl.Olilo,Sl5; Wil liam Hacke it Brother, su Louis, through G. Bergman, Jacoo 7.1ns A Brother, Cinclnnstl, Ohio, f3i; through Messrs. Cloth it Kettmo-n, 3b ew tioo. CnUBClI HOME. The following contribution was received rrom Corinth through Mrs. 8. Mansfield: Memphis, October 21, 1S73. Mrs. Mansfield : Kind Friend I received yesterday, thronth Rev. George Harris, the check lor $39 25, for the benefit of the Church Home. It came, I assure you, in good time, for the wants of the Home are great. May God blessing rest npon the good people or Corinth, who have sent help lu time of need, I trust now, with the other contributions, and the unlimited kindness of every one,we will be able to make our Home comfortable. The Sisters are there enmired in their work. The children are all well and happy, and with God's help, I trust we will be able to carry on our work. May God bless you for yonr kindness and thought for onr fatherless and motherless ones. I have felt that our prayers have been answer ed, and tnat uou will ta-e care oi us. trust ing tnat you ana yours may ne a.ep. in iieaitu ana saiety, Deueve me most respecuuuy, LOUW.TROUr, Secretary and treasurer of Church Home Inclosed yoa will find a note to Rev. Mr- Freeman, acknowledging the receipt of the money. I.K VTH ORPHAN ASYLUM. Gratefully acknowledges receipt of $25. con trlbutcd by Messrs. John Monroe A Co.. of New York city, through Messrs. Hawks, De Pass t Co.; $25 contributed by Mrs. Clarissa Katrcniid. ot ttatesvuie. ATKansaa. wrougu Messrs. Schoolfleld, Hanauer & Co. ; $87 75 sent by citizens of Cape Girardeau, Missouri. through Mr. David C Hope; $-3 from Mr. J. M. McCombs, of St. Louis, Missouri; $25 contrib uted by Slessrs. New hall &. Thachei, Boston. Massachusetts, through Messrs. Ashbrook fc White; G.Lee and Ella C. Phillips send $1 to the orphans, the proceeds of their own labor: one parcel of children - clo hlng from Mi?. Marie Saflbrd, Covington, Tennessee, through IL Torrance & Son. snoULDER-TO-SnOULDER CLUB. No new cases were reported yesterday. The club lis ve still nine patients nnder treatment, all of whom are doing well except Rev. W. Lemon, who Is still quite 111. The Shoulder-to-houIder cluD will continue their organi zation nntl I St. Andrew's day, November 30th, when a full statement of their transactions, with receipts and disbursements, wid be made. The following contributions were re ceived yesterday and thankfully acknowl edgd: St. Andrew's society, Louisville. Ky.. 555; Caledonian club, Buffalo, New Y'ork, S50. 1 1 Tl ,11 ( f rVUlM TJ.Aal.lA, SODALITV. J. J. DuQV. treasurer. Immaculate Con ception, received tbe following contribu tions for the benefit of suffering sodalists and families; P. F. Dealy, S. J- direc tor of Xavler Sodality, N. Y sent through Kngene Kelly it Co- bankers, care of tne Dominican Sisters In charge of the or phan avlum. $100 00: the Sodalities of St. .-Stephens and St. Mary's churches, Chicago, $80 50 and $71 50. we thank our brother Sc dalists for their prompt and generous response to our call for aid GEO. BEDFORD, T. J. M'CARDY, PrefecL Secretary or neiiei tmmittce. I. O.O. F. All the patients nnder the care of the order are doing well convalescing rapidly except Mrs. Meyer, whose condition still contlnufs critical; Mrs. Cnllen Improving, also Mrs. Niederick, Bro. Ed. Clark will soon beont: Bro. I. W.Johnston rapidly improving. One of the nurses. Miss Uoggin, died and was buried yesterday by the order. Mrs. G. W. L. Crook made a donatlan of six glasses of Jelly for tbe use of tbe sick. NEALIS'-S DEPOT. Seventy-five requisitions were Issued here yesterday, and the following donations re ceived : From A. D. Lingstaff, president How ard association, one carload of coal; J. L. Schsolfleld, four bushels sweet potatoe : John and William Brown, norn lakb roau, one lot of turnips: JamesSbuter, by II. A. Hamil ton, one bundle of clothing; through William Dean -t Co- one c sk of dried beef. MASONIC BELIEF BOARD. The following are the donations received since yesterday's report: Masons of New Y'ork, per James M.Austin, grand secretary. $20; Mrs. Helen M. Nash, Little Rock, Arkan sas, $55 70; Grand chapter of Indiana, $100; Grand council or Indiana, $100. We have discharged two patients and added three since our reporj of yesterday. All our patients are doing wen. a.j. ivii.ciitt, Secretary Masonic relief board. POLICE RELIEF COxUIITTEE. Captain Weatherford. well and on duty Patrolmen Mcllvalne, Kunbolz, and Clancy, convalescent; sergeant Rogers ana rairoi men Brown and Malowney. doing well: Hack- ett. very sick: Mrs. McAuliff. Improving: Mrs. Malowney, very low; Eugene McAuIlff, aged forty-three, died November 4, 1873, at one o'clock. HENRY CLEMENTS, 1. U. IJAVIS, Committee. FIRE DEPtltniEaT. From the Augusta. Georgia. Independent fire company, to Chief E. D. Anderson, $S2 50 ior we f ireman reiiei association oi aiem phis, through the hands of John T. Begble. LA.W REPORTS. Supreme Conrt. Special to the Appeal. Jackson'. Texk- November 4. No other cases to be heard this term. Opinions to be aeuverea to-morrow. Second Clrcnlt Court, The second circuit court meets Monday next, the tenth Instant, at ten o'clock in th- morning, at the conrt rooms corner of Union and Second streets, at which time and place the following persons, summoned as Jurors ior wis tne z-eptemoer term oi saiu court, are notified to attend, viz : J. B. Fanes. Edward Stack, H. Dow, D. II. Townsend, A. Sartorias, J. H. Rhodes, Henry Lupman, John Holly wood, jonn w. t-ocuran, l. i'oaesta, ueorge C Holmes. G. V. Rambaut. Thomas Duean. jacoD steinKum, n luiam ueao, u n isrocK ett. Thomas Mavdwell. John Wllkerson. R. i'. Boiung, uaviu rointer, james Ji. wiuiams, W. W. Ware. J. W. A mmons. J. F. McCov. J. M. Arbuckle, D.H.Hapig, Jas.Fagg,Jno.Beattie, J. Happek, H. Witter, Frank Mellersh, C. Ouackenbush. John Liber. Louis Keith. J. -I. liiue, jonn L,uiy, it. ii. .iiette, . it. isier, b. . Hollenberg, Georee A. Cochran. Simon W. Green. B. Rocco. V. M. Williams. John T. Hillsman, A. E. Miller, J. J. Murphy, AV. M. r arrtu eton. j.-i. t'eres, j. it. -. riper anaj. E. Glenn. The order of business for the first week was as follows: Monday, impannelling Jurors and calllnzreference docket. Tuesday and Wednes day, hearing garnishees and calling ap pearance docket. Thursday, the cases appeal ed to this time will be called, wnen counsel will be required to state on honor, whether or not tney nave goou cause ot action or aeiense. Friday and Saturday a calendar of any cases ior eacn aay. OUR LOCAL LIFE INSURANCE COM- PASIES. The New Y'ork E-enina Hail and Insurance limet, commenting on tne neavy mortality by fever In this city, fears the consequences will be serious to our local life Insurance com. panies, nnd offers sympathy In "this hoar of ilnm rlfnl n i-nfi ,i M n t, We have not had time to even think of life insurance as a business during the past two months, but tlie comments of tho papers above aroused us to make the Inquiries we are nappy to say, wiw louowing result: The Southern life has lost 8.1.500. to-wlt: BenJ. L. Radford, $5000; W.J. Mansion!, $5000; Judge J. F. Barton, S5CO0; and Dr. J. J. Williams. S9S0O. Tbe Carolina, $15,000, as follows: J.H. Cul- ien, touw, anu u. c w ocxiwaru, jiv.wu. These are the only losses sustained by the two companies In this city from any source during the past three months. Whilst we wish every husband and father who have died during the dreadful scourge had been in sured, we are glad our Memphis companies nave smiereu soiignuy. RODERTSOS'S BUSIJfESS COLLEGE. Studies will be resumed Monday, Novem ber 10,1873. S. M. ROBERTSON. She card of Ford, Porter & Co., In another column. They propose to make liberal cash advances on cotton consigned to them. We are glad to soo Mr. C. Quentel and family back from St. Louis. They have re-opened their house, the "Magnolia Hall," SMJ Main street, where tney wilt ao uieir oest to unr their friends and acquaintances, and the public generally, as heretoiore. The cele brated beer from the Bavarian brewery of St. Loots, which took tho premium at the lato St. Louis fair, on tap. We CALLattention to those wanting gOOU uoaiu IV .nu iTuiKuiui-ii uum .iw. w and ill Adams street. This is one of the old est and best kept establishments In the city, and under the supervision of Mr. Z. II. Whlte- more.will continue to be equal to any through out the country. Tho fare Is the best the mar ket afforus. i ne rooms are comiortaoiy inrn- lsned. anauieoenainsisatwayscieaniy. ine location is contra! and healthy, convenient to railroads, wenrcm ana exposition, ana yet retired from thn din nnd noise of principal streets. No case if yellow-fever or other sick ness of a serious character has occurred in this house during the summer. Mr. Whltemoro is well known, to nearly- all the citizens of tbe Ariinppnt country: mauvof them knowln? the manner in which his hotel is conducted, be stow their potronago npon him, and we have never heard of any one faillneto be pleased. The charges are very moderate, and gentle manly o-aisuiiiui, piuucuiariy m r, dquih, clerk, Imvo now hosts of friends by their courteous ami clevi-r wass. In fact you could not find u lnoie .-uirersli le aud better house to uuaiu ui in u lut i imviui'tc. W. Z. MlTHELL'a nieht-school. S03 Third street, commejiees Monday. Nor. 3d. j Tote,, of for A Public Guardian and Railroad Tnx- Collector Elected Other Im Jiditnht Ba.ihHs: The adjourned term of ;the county court wasopenea yestcraay moroing in we co-aiy bulldlnz. the chairman. Esquire Thomas C. Bleckley, presiding. The followlngjusticesot tne peace were present: i! essrs. witnenng ton, Llgpn, Reynolds, Hammondtree, Spel- u.u , n iuwiai iiuu... i, iiucwai n .ihkc, I u liam, Caldwell, Bartlett, Harrell, AlletJ,. Irby, Walker, Jones, Holeman, Buntyn, Hoegel, Brown, Elliott, Hall, Miller, Hoist, Brooks, M assay and Stone. THE FIY&TH0TJ8AND-D0LLAR APPRO- FRIATION. 'Squire Hoegel rabmltted the following order: Whereas, A minority of the Justices of this court did. on the nrat day of its present term, autnorue we appropriation oi nve thousand dollars to the Howard association, to be expended for the benefit and relief of the sick and suffering of onr fellotr-cltlzens, rnnusl by ihe elti anci nf an -nhiftfrih of yellow-fever then prevailing to au alarming extent and inamostmallgnantform; and Whereas, Onr statutes provide that no ap propriation over fifty dollars shall be mode by this court, except upon a vote of a majority of tne justices oi we county, u is, wererore, oruerea tnat tne saia action or mis court on the said first day of lu present term be, and tbe same Is In all things, hereby adopted and amrmea. Adopted. RAILROAD TAX-COLLECTOR. The chairman stated that the next business in order would be the election of a railroad tax-collector, to fill the vacancy caused by tne aeaw o: tne late -sqire is. Duncan. The fnllnwln? were nut In nomination Messrs. O. M. Alsdpf G. R. Merritt) W. U. Hoe gel, Chas, Postal and P. McCBllam. On the fifth ballot Mr. O. M. Alsup having received a maiorltyof all the votes cast, was declared amy tiecteu. PUBLIC GUARDIAN, The chair announced. In feellnz terms, the death of the public guardian, Hon. J. T. awayne, and sold it would be necessary to proceed to an election to till the vacancy. Mess. R. B. Miller and f. Herman were put in nomination, on tne nrst nnuot -rsquire Miller received twenty votes and Mr. Herman eitzht votes. The chair declared "Squire Miller duly elected pnblic guardian. On motion Mr. H. Ii. Cnllen wa3 unanimous ly elected county-ranger, to ail the vacancy caused Dy we aeaw oi we late j. a. vuiien. The court then adjourned till the third jionuay oi we present montc PASTORS' ItfEETlSa. Resolutions In Regard to tbe Death of Rev. Mr. Rowman, of tbe First Presbyterian Chnreh. The Mayor Requested to Urge npon the People of Hetapbis a Special Tbanksglvlne on the Twenty-seventh. Acreeable to notice in the Appeal the mem bers' of the Protestant pastors' association met in the Cumberland Presevterian church on Monday, and after the usual religious ex ercises unanimously passed the following Preamble and resolutions presented by Rev. Ir. Richardson, pastor of the Brick church, Chelsea. Whereas. God, In his wise and righteous providence, has seen fit to visit our city with a pestilence, wmcn ior tne space ot many weeks has paralyzed all b -sines-, caused thou sands of our citizens to flee irom their homes, and laid more than fifteen hundred of our people In the grave; and whereas, several members of this association have been strick en with the disease, and one beloved brother. Rev. F. H. Bowman, has fallen In the Master's service; therefore jtcaoivea, xnat we now in sorrow ana t ad mission under the chastening rod of our Heavenly Father. i?jolt-ci. That our gratitude is due to the Great Head of the Church, our Lord Jesus Christ, that he has spared the lives of his under shepherds, our brethren, Jones and Lof ton, though stricken with the pestilence, and that the rest of us have been mercifully pre served. JCexolved. That we cherish a deep sense of the elevated character, superior attainments and great worth moral, mental and spiritual of our beloved Brother Bowman, whose de parture Is our loss, but. In his own words. -gain, eternal gain, to mm." Besotted. That we earnestly and affection ately exhort our people, not only the mem bers of our own flocks, but all our people, to receive this affliction as from the hands of God. "He rnleth among the armies of heaven, and doeth his will amoDg the inhabitants of the earth." And we know that ' the Judge of all the earth wiU do right; therefore, hear what God, the Lord, will speak: for he will speak peace unto his people, and to his saints; but let them not turn again to foUy." Resolved, That while we have much to hum ble us, many sins to confess, and many griev ous sorrows and burdens to bear, we have ... ui i , tu j luu-gmiciui iui, n u, ujriciuiri inasmuch as the President of the United States has appointed Thursday, the twenty seventh instant, as a day of national thanks giving, we respectfully request his honor. mayor -oxinson, to issue a special invitation to our people to asse able for worship, and offer special thanksgiving for God's mercy in checkiUEC the dreaded pestilence, and. at the same time, confessing the sins that have pro- vuiteu ills lou. dissolved. That we give thanks to God fortbe early and repeated frosts which be has been pieaseu io senu as, wnereny tne pestilence nas Deen cnecsea ana almost entirely nantsneu from our city. Jiesolved. That it Is with devout zratltnde we acknowledge the sympathy and noble and splendid charity of the people all over onr country to our -suffering and impoverished city; and we would make special mention of mat spirit ot seit-sacrince wmcn impelled some to come from abroad to labor for our sick and dying people. JUsolved. That the secretary furnish the press of the city with a copy of these resolu tions; atso irs. i. ii. cowman ana nis nonor, Y..mnw. fciVT V hlTT-l I.IVTIPIIM 11. U Jl-H J HI. t1 1 1 , ' ' . 1 J 11V . .1 , Secretary nm ttm. We trust and have no doubt that Mayor jonnson win accede to we request oi we reverend clergy, and that when the bells call to prayer on Thursday, the twenty-seventh Instant, the day appointed by the President there will be a general attendance of all classes ox onr people in response to so unieiy an invitation. PKESEXTATIOIV. Tbe Doctors of tbe City Present a Gold. Headed Cone to Dr. Luke P. Blacltnnrn. Speeches of Dr. A. K. Taylor and Dr. RIacbbnrn A very Pleasant Occasion. A very pleasant ceremony took place on board the steamer George W. Cheek yesterday afternoon, shortly before that noble vessel turned her prow down the river, on her seml- weeiuy trip. a. nine alter iour ociocs: a number of tbe leading physicians of Mem phis, among whom were to be observed Drs. A. K. Tayior, W. E. Rogers, Paul H. Otey, J. M. Rogers, J. Armstrong. A. Szerenyl and F. L. Sim and Mr. L. S. Morris, of the Peabody, marched Into the ladles' cabin where they met Dr. Luke P. Blackburn, surrounded by nis amiaDie ana accompiisnea wiie anu several ladles well known in the best circles of Memphis society. Dr. Blackburn, alter devoting his life to the care of the sick and the dying, and who, through his skill as a Shyslcian, was enabled, under Divine Provl ence, to save many valuable Uves, was, after a sojourn in our sorrow-stnesen city for over six weeks, about to take his departure to his Plantation in Arkansas. Tbe principal physicians who had wltnessel with pride and admiration the arduous duties performed by Dr. Blackburn. were determined that he shonld not leave the city without receiving a substantial mark of their esteem and regard Ior him as a physi cian and a gentleman, and hence tne re- U 1 u. Dr. A. Jv.Tavlor advancing- to the front, ad dressed tne worthy doctor In the following appropriate anu weii-cno.cn remarra: Dr. Blackburn I have been chosen by yonr friends, "the physicians i-f Memphis," to pre sent wis cane to yon, as a tosen oi tneir nign regard for yoa as a pnyslclan and gentleman. We thank you for the services you have ren dered oar citizens in the late dreadful scourge. When time, sir, shall bend that noble form, lean npon this staff with that confidence you may ever rely on from the people of Mem phis. May God bless and prosper yon in your futnre course through life. Applause. Dr. Taylor then presented Dr. Blackburn Willi a handsome and massive cold-headed cane, beautifully chased, which bore the fol lowing inscription: -tresenieu to irr. -nee P. Blackburn, by his frieuds. the physicians of Memphis, November, 1873." Dr. Blackburn, who seemed a little Impress ed at this manifestation on the part of his brother physicians, acknowledged the com pliment nald him in the most beflttlnz' terms. He said he had often heard that feelings ol lealousy existed among the members of tho medical profession, but the valuable token of esteem with which he had Just been presented was ample testimony that no such feeling ex isted. He had come to Memphis when the city was suffering from a dreadful scourge, but he had not come as a stranger. He had como where he was well known, nnd had come among friends. He was, indeed, thank ful If under the providence of Almighty God, ho bad been enabled to relieve any who wero In distress. or that it had been In his power to save any valuable lives. The token of regard witn wmcn lie nau just oeen presented, coin- . " - . . .t r. 1.1.1 S.ith.. A, Iff ..n lliilM 1. UIU, lll'lll u, U, ...1111 ,111,1.11,111111.1., of tho science of medicine In Memphis, would ever be dearly prized by him, as he assured them he highly prized the source from which it emanated. All of them had placed their lives in their hands during the epidemic which he was happy to say had now passed from their midst. He then.ln feeling terms, alluded to the lamented death of Miss Mattle Stevenson, and to "that bright Jewel of Memphis," Miss Lain Wllker son, and conclnded by again thanking the donors for their very handsome and appro priate girt amid applause. The occasion was a happy one and all pres ent enjoyed tnemsetves nigniy. Dr. Buchignani's Anti-bilioos Bit ters. Indo-Ameiican only thine selllnffnow everywhere for the cure of Uver disease. Man- uiactory.tu vance street. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing and Cleanixo House In the city Is at 343 Second street, Hunt fc Hanson's old stand. HANSON & WALKER. Dr. D. 8. Johnson has returned to li , uics.iv 1 uiBl-cuoaijr, muu Bimi, u ,i- stalrs, where he can be found at all hours, at tending the nfillctcd with the various dis eases oi the urinary organs. Se advertise ment on the third pase. i.i. HAt , .ii . mm i ir.i. ' ... M. L. Oppenheimer has returned home, and Is prepared, as usual, to furnish meats, fish, game, and oysters to the public. at nis oui stand, corner ox iiemanao ana Vance streets. IiOOAIi ITK-tB. AitfiidKobertson'aBiiaweiaColtetje. ArawttcoiJtVPhototnraphlo Gallery, No. 21) -.je, thro faultless Bera'Plc- tnrwl Proceedings Yesterday The rive TboaaatuI Dollar! the I'oor Confirmed. THE EXPOSITION. Preparation- for t rnd Openincon Tuesday, the Efchfeeatfi Instant. Contributors Invlfed (o Send Forward their Goo.I - Waia Time -expected. The Exposition building will be opened to the paDlic on next xnesuav, wceit. we eigu teenth instant. It will be IKe hnest of ail the f laces of ainnsement of the Cny la opening is doors, and therein will be the final witness testifying that tha pestilence Is a thing of the post. This will be agreeable news to all our readers, for the exporitlon of last year occu pies n pleasant place in tne memory oi eveij one who had tho sood fortune to attend th dellehtial eveatfhrs spent at the mammoth bonding on the corner of Fourth and Jefferson streets. Btrt a more ele gant treat Is in store ror viators to tne exposi tion this year. Tbe Interior of the main hniiillniF. which last year was but a mere skeleton, has been in tbe hands of the work men ever since, and now presents that unity and harmony of form which the architect originally intended, and which can only be fonnd in good and finished workmanship. The entire body of tne main nail nas under gone transformation; the gsll-rlee, cor ridors, and all the details of balcony, freize and cornice, have been re modeled and repalnte., presenting a rtnin tVerfl nt one im rjonlns and beautiful. A uleasint- feature ot the improvements is the Introduction, near the Court street en trance, ot a boudoir dramatique, most tatse fully fitted np, where tableaux rirant will add their attr-etions to the other intellectual feasts of the Exposition. The group of pic tnresnnn artificial rocks In the center of the main ball, npon which the tiny fountain nlaved. and which rislnz front the enter of tbe miniature lake, and from the mkl?t of ierns ana Diossomine arcjuauc pioxiui, ex cited universal admiration; has been ren dered even more beautiful and striking than It was lost jear. The circular basin of the lake has been enlarged, and instead of one tiny silver thread or water, several sparkling jet d'eauz throw the sheen nftr,Ai--rri--ishinf mfiT fiit the mossed and Utchened mimic rocks below. The effect of this nl.iv of fountains. as thedeBcefldlna spray gleams like a shower of crushed dlamonos nnder the gas-light. Is exquisitely wanuini. This work- nf art reflects we bi-hest credit npon the gentlemen who plannod and ex ecutedlt. It is of itse.f worthy a visit to the exposition. A notable and oueh needed Im provement Is therearrangement ot tne elabor ate system of gas-jets and chandeliers. A central burner of great power will throw a nocaoi ugnt from we apex, oi we roof, lUuminatlng nearly every portion or tbe halt and galleries, while grouped jets, tndiplnnsl v distributed so as not to offend tbe eye, will odd their united volumn or their brilliance, to make the ball "as light as day." Then, large additions have been made to the mntn iiniiHinc-slnpi. the last exposition. Pow er Hall, fronting on Jefferson street, and ap propriated to the exhibition of maculnery, is nearly half as large as the main hall Itself. It Is built wlthaspeclaLvlew to the exhibition of machinery In motion, and will have every fa-inty for iho practical o Deration of steam as a motive power, In Its various applications to maculnery. a permanent tuguic, -u-drlvlnir wheel of extraordinary power, are In this wins of the exposition for the benefit of exhibitors, and every lady and gentleman who desires to get a clear Insight into this in teresting question oi steam-power buuuiu fall to visit Power HalL Anothercharmlnglm provement is the addition of a Floral hall This isa conservatory and nursery eombined,under a mammoth glass-roof, with a southern ex posure and immediately adjoining Power HalL Itwltlhelba favorite resort of the la dies ,xad. will be as fragrant "as the gardens of linn in tn.iir hloona." bneht with the blos soms of an eternal summer, sptn.ueiie m rose and dahlia and violet and passion flowers, as the bower of another Eden. Refreshment rooms, offices and other addenda, the necessi ty ior wmcn was uiaue im ileal, i -" t:aauv, will render the exposition a very delightful place to spend a day or evening from the eignteenw instant to we leu ui ui ua em ber. Nothing has been left undone by the energetic executive committee of this reauy meritorious puouc o-iiuiog, wi ewer io thA nleasnre and instruction of the public. A splendid band of mnsic will discourse fash- lonaDie airs every mguii iuu-iiuinmiul iub pleasure ot sweet sounds to tbe agreeable sense of sight. We have reason to believe that the exhibition of articles will be one of the finest ever seen In the southwest, and we cordially Invite all our friends to come and see. PERSONAL. Mr. Earnest Cleaves, who has been confined to hi s bed for some days past Is. we are glad to learn, aomg weii. Mr. J. C. Ltjllm&n, of the well known firm of LullmanJfc Vienna, was among the arrivals at the Feaboay yesterday. Mr. Steve Cullinan is a train at nis old post at the Peabody. His short trip to the country nas apparently agreeu niiuumi, as he is looking well. Mr.Moe P. Cary'. who has been an absenten on bnslness and pleasure for the past few weeks, re turned yesteruay, loosing as cheerful and ruaay asasuai. We are clad to announce that Pro fessor T. A. Leddln has nearly recovered from a severe attack of the yellow-fever, and will open his college ior students in a lew uays. Dr. Minor returned to the city yes fenlnv. aftpr an absence or several months. some of them spent on the plains among the Indians, lie is loo-ing as nan-some as eei. General L. B. Horriqan, the tal ented criminal lawyer who has been sojourn ing m we norwwest ior auoui a jiiuiuu re turned yesterday, fully recuperated In health anu siren&tn. Mr. W. W. Merrick and Mr. Francis Fentress, well-known lawyers, who have been engaged at tbe supreme court at Jacason ior tne pas. ivw wee is, re.urueu nome yesterday. John Gaston and bride returned from their bridal tour, and are now at home. .Tntin lnnks as "hapov as a ble suntlower." having had lots of fan while trotting around seeing tue siguu. Dr. Geo. A. Mathews, of theSomer villa -Falcon, arrived in the city yesterday. His stay will be brier, as uusinessol a very pleasant nature called him here, and will speed nis uepariuie. Mrs. Williams, of ISO. 60 Monroe street, has returned from her trip to Middle Tennessee, greatly Improved In health ; and will be happy to meet her old friends on Thursday morning, -sovemoer ui. Mr. It. V. Vredenburgh, vice-presi dent of the Mississippi vaney insurance com -n,nr returned yesterday to the Peabody from a trip to Boston and other eastern cities, mil OI ilie, neaiw anu aire gui, oiui icauj iui mc winter campaign. Mr. W. W. Currie, who remained nearly through the entire siege of the yellow fever, hut wno was called away to St. Louis. and arrived In time in that city to act as secretary of the Memphis relief committee, arrived nomeyesieruay. Mr. J. H. McClure, the architect, has written us a note In wblch he proposes to make plans, specifications and superintend construction, free of charge, the Mattle Stevenson memorial home ior widows and orphans, made uy tne epiuemic. Mr. AV. Ii. Vance, who has been ab sent during the last lew months in Europe, returned home yesterday. He looks better than ever. Of course, ho was warmly wel comed bv numerous menus anuiacqoaint ances. May his shadow never grotrne-s. Hon. B. J. Morgan arrived home yesterday. He opened the first chancery court and adjourned tho same until ten o'clock this moraine, when steps will betaken for the commencsment of business, th order of which will appe-r in we aaiiy papers. R. A. Thompson, of the Avalanche, returned to the city yesterday, looking much Improved In appearance. He has labored at hi. nmresslon with untlrine enersy. and badly needed a respite. His many friends will be glad to know that he resumes nis la- Dors at once. Charles Beeiin, the printer, and one of our most efficient councilme-t, re turned home yesterday, from a short sojourn nn the banks of the Saline and Arkansas. He looks as welt as ever, and his eloquent voice will soon resound throughout we city nans, urging, wa opine, measures for sanitary re- iorm. Dr. E. D. Hilliaed, of Chicago, who, with Dr. Ryan, came to this city on an errand f mercy, to attend ana nurse oar yeiiow- rever sicK.piaceu oeiore as. vesteraav. testi monv as to ins identity and his standing as a physician and surgeon, and as an officer In we volunteer service li uiii. -mw ur , uuiuiji the late war. Dr. liuuard is vouched ior Dv many persons of respectability by letter, and Is doubtless all that he claims to be. M. D. Lt. Stewart received a dis patch lrom Hernando yesterday after noon, that his father was dvlns and to come immediately. The whole community will join ns in sympathizing with this ettma- oie gentleman ill nis su . u?ieav--ieuM nis father has been an honored and respected citizen of this vicinity ior more than a gen eration, and goes down to his grave regretted by all who knew and appreciated his worth. Mr. M. Hopson Johnson, city edit or of this paper, leaves to-aay ior nis nome at Clarksville, Tennessee. He has been nnder the weather ror some time, and a short ab sence will add much to his strength and looks. Carbolic acid ana tue cuius nave uone we work, and brouze-Jonn had no terrors for lilin. We wish him a pleasant Journey, and safe return. We know his stay there will be more than agreeable. We commend him to our friends everywhere. Major J. Ws. Sneed, than whom there is no more popular gentleman In Mem nhi returned home yesterday. The ealiaut majorspentthe greater portion or the sum mer and tail In Colorado and the far west for the benefit of hit health. On his return he was suddenly stricken down In St. Louis, where he has been confined for about a month. His counsels to the Memphis relief committee wero most valuable, and the same may be said of his contributions. We are clad to meet in Memphis our esteemed Irlend. Major Henry Harney, or Lexington, Kentucky, who has come to re side here with Major J. B-Olllver In the man agement of the ittonna .iiy insurance com pany. Major Harney Is a genial gentleman, whnsn conrtly polish and graceful excellence of character will soon endear him to our peo ple. We are ever ready to warmly welcome such gentlemen to Me-tphls. whose future will be all the brighter in the adoption of such citizens Dr. Ryan, of Chicago, who some time ago was a party In a fracas with Dr, Blackburn, of Louisville, at Johnson's drug store, on Main street, brought ns letters from Dr. B. Philips Reynolds, Martin A. O'Bren nan, L.L. D and Mr. Bilgh, of Chicago, all of whom, in answer to inquiries by Mr. James . McDonald, of 210 Main street, this city, write certifying to his high standing as a scholar, physician and gentleman. Mr. O'Brennan knew Dr. Ryan In Dublin, and certifies to his being an M. D, graduate from Trinity university, In that city. Miss Joanna B. Googin, of Manis tee, Michigan, came here from a home sur rounded with all the comforts of life and numerous friends to make happy her young and beautiful Ufe, to nurse and care for our sick and suffering, died a martyr to tlie cause of humanity yesterday, and was buried In Calvary cemetery. The funeral services were performed by Father Edeltn, of St. Fe'cr'a cathedral. Upon her arrival here she ten dered her services to the Odd Fellows, --d was placed on duty by them tmmedlai. iv. She cootracted the disease whllo waltfip upon their sick, and the brotherhood did all in their power to save her Uie, but God called her hence, and she is now at peace among the angels that surround the throne of Grace. The brotherhood turntd ont la roll regalia, nit th t f-Ytn r resnwt to the decartetl and propose to perj-t-ate fcer memory by sriv-tfnt, nvr ner r-rflAin a monument Ot white marble that will withstand tint asaxeol lime and chronicle ner good aeeao ana vir tues. Prof-ssor Seibeck, the tab-Bted pi anUtiwho was one of the most efficient of nurses, and a most inueiaugaoie now-iu til t-V.n H mtr-r. if h f li - nr-Vfiillnf- dlaC, contracted In tho dutch sree ol his duty In the Infected district, was on t&e street yesterday a short time. He is looking a little thinner rrujn nis recent sickness, oat expects in a veri few days to resume his clashes. He tout had quite a number of new applications already ior his rvlees, and others may expect to come poorl-P in as his talents as a first class musician, are becoming to be very generally appreciated. Mrs. BLA(xttjR.T, the amiable and accomplished wife of Irr. L-ie P. Blackburn, arrived at the Peabody hotel from Lont-nrille yesterday, rio the steamer HMJ Hoaston. While ber experienced husband was tsfns his skill ml t-ilant as a physician in beifaif of th-'Mets aud the dying In the city of Men. put, nn Dfiovea wiie was acting we pari, ui Cbrisii-n tfofUHna irood Samaritan In the corrtmercfal cspllal of Kentucky, Forming a confmltiAe of ladles, She solicit- subscrip tions in tlie 'fait bouse and oth-rr hotels, and succeeded In raising over two hundred dol lars, which was promotfy forwarded total. city ior we oenent oi trie a-ricwsa. urn, uw--ver. wm not considered end-sir for tbe chart' table lady, who holds a prominent tofdtlon in tbe leadfng circles of society, Interested many of the young ladles of that city, relative to uursuuenng poor, ami i. series oi iAuir - were given in Welsegerhall In that city, from which the handsome amount of about seven hundred dollars was realized. Mrs. Black burn, therefore, almost adding by her own efforts nearly one thousand dollars to our tx -nevolent fund. AH the lady guests or the hotel and other ladles of the eity made her a call at the hotel yesterday, and warmly and cordially thanked her for the snccessf al efforts Bhe- had used to relieve the distressed of Mem phis. C. A. Beehn, job printer, 2S0 Main street, has lust received the latest styles type. borders, cuts, etc. Go and smt the new styles ana specimens. John Gaston desires us to state that many of his customers, who were sick daring his absence, sent to his restaurant for meals and have failed to return tableware used br them. He Is now short of a large amount of it, ana hopes tnat it wiu tie returned witnoar. further delay. Come, Bluffer, send home the crockery, etc. Central Auction House. White. Cruraian Co., 210 Main street. Regular sales Wednes days and Saturdays. Solicits all kinds of wares and merchandise for sale. Ample room for storage. Liberal advances maae. ir yon want to blre or bay a go oil sad ille-norse, go to Hall co aa vnio street. New Shaker pre serves, New York mate Duckwneat, parcnea Java conee, at OlJVEK, FINN'lE & COB. Fresh oysters received daily by Vic tor D. Fuchi, 41 Jefferson street. Go to Leddin's Business College. New York Stats buckwheat, new hams, oranberrio-, anil mincemeat, at OLIVMR. FINNIK & CCS. STEAMBOATS. FOB NEW ORLEANS. Louisville and New Orleans Packet Co. FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS. The elezant passenuer steamer Toll ii Moward, r Nichols master I Perry cler-i Will leave as above THIS DAY, 5th instant. at 2 o'clock pan. Apply to it. w . uiun m u , Agent, noo 290 Front street. ML Lonis nnd New Orleans Packet Co For Vlckburg. Natchez and New Orleans. Sir. JNO. A. SCL'DDEK .A. J.Carter, master This elegant steamer will leave m M ' as above &Ss39L THIS DAY. November Sth. at 1 p in. J.T. WASHINGTON. Agent, noi 4 Madison street. MEMPHIS AND NE'V ORLEANS WEEKLY PACKET LINE- LEAVES MEMPHIS EVERT TIIVBS- jiay at rn. For Mouth of White Elver. Helena. Chicot City. Greenville. Vicksbnrg, Natchez, and all plantation and bend landings Will leave THURSDAY, Nov. 13,at 5 pjxu the steamer JOHN B. MAUDE. J. F. Noel, master. All". Grissom, clerk- Will leave THURSDAY, Nov. 6, at 5 pja, the sleamer OUACHITA BKLLE. F. A. Blanks, master. Jos. Holmes, clerk. Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board. JOHN T. WASHINGTON. Agent, no5 4 Madison street. ifniihl and New Orleans Packet. For Vlcksbarg.NatcheZjNew Orleans and the uenus. Streamer OUACHITA BELLE. F. A. Blan-s..master Jos. Holmes ...clerk This palatial passenger steamer . -II " ' n will leavj as above sSE. 11 Ull 1 . 1- W . 1 111 1 Ulll 1. - . JIM. Steamer John B. Maude will take freight for all way and bend landings. Shippers can rely on strict attention to an Dusiuess in trnsted to onr care. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, 4 Madison St. LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. For Louisville nnd Cincinnati. The fine passenger steamer Minneola, .&S Shunk. Leaves THURSDAY. Nov. 6th. at 5 run. For freight orpassage apply on board, or to E.D. COBB A CO- Agents, 266 Front street. FOR WHITE RIVER. emnblsand White River Packet Co, For Helena, Clarendon, Augusta, West Point ana jacEsonport. The new and elegant steamer -Ella, ffnmmtnp , mAAIer Leaves THIS DAY, November 5th, at 4 pan. s. it. ii L,i.r.-v, Agent, - r-inott iuock, no5 corner Promenade and Jefferson st. FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Memphis, Randolph, Fulton and Osceola Semi-weekly Packet. E5Z!Str. West Wind, T. P. bexton master O. K. Joplln ,, cierk Leaves Mempnis every u.iu&i anu fx DAYS, at 5 o'clock pan. For freight or passage appl v on board. oc6 FOB HELENA. Memphis, Helena and War Landings sxi-weeitiy racaei, Rtr. Put niAhiirnf ssK,N w. j. ash- urtu. Leaves Memphis TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS ana bii u swa. x a, at o pan. Saturday "S trip extended to Phillips' Bayou, nn St. Francis river. F -r freight or pawmge apply on board. oc3 2? or VI 7"3E-. AND ALL POINTS Through Bills Lading given at Lowest Rates to ait foinia on wmie xuver. STEAMERS A. J. WHITE and GEO. W. CHEEK, leaving tri-weeklv. connecting at the Month of White river with steamer BA'l'na VILLE and other independent White river packets. imc: lime guaranteed, .tppiy iu R. W. LIOHTBURNE, Agent Independent White River Pkt.Co jj-nol No. 290 Front street. CHEEK IiHiE. 1TEMPHIS AND V1CKSBURG PACKET I f I Company. Tri-weekly Line For Hel ena, Friars Point, Napoleon and the Bends, U. . Jl.111 to riapoieon. ine steamers -IT" a. J. WHITE. JSS3CMark Cheek Master rft s OEO. W. CHEEK, eTir"" Malone Master unooi tne above steamers will leave TUES- DAYS.THURSDAYS A SATURDAYS, at 5 pan A clerk will be fonnd at the big red wharf- boat to receive ireignt at an times. For frelgnt cr passage appiy on oosra or to GEO. W. CBl-EK, Snpt, 86030 N0.2KX Front street. ATJCTIOir. ATTOTIOI-" 3-E3 UNCLAIMED FREIGHT. r E following described Goods, stored with S. B. MUler, No. 2, Elliott block, if not called for. will be Sold to pay charges, at the Auction House of George O.Sale & Co- 301 -lain street, on Monday, November 10th, 1873, A. C Tucker, lbox: B. C. Powell. I box: C Rothert,! trunk: U. W. Gardens hi re, 1 box; D. W. Williams, 1 box; Duncan Dunn, lbox; R. P. Tiabcock. 1 box: Ellis A Daman. 1 kee varnish; F. W-1 box; H. C Hills, Crockett's Bluff, 2 boxes, I trunk; J.Haynes, 1 box; Hill, 12 boxes and 4 barrels bath brick ; I. K. R 1 roll leather; J.Colston, 1 box; J.Dugan.l box; J.C Phelps, Helena, 1 chest and 2 trunks; J. C. Klrhendorfar. 1 box tools: Jas. S. Price A Co . Fort Gibson, 1 box; P. Twohig, 7 beer kegs; Kleiner Bro- lot kegs ; x & L, 2 boxes glass ware; Lucas, 1 coil rope; L. C. Frazler.l box; Chas. Musick, 1 lot goods; Maria Bradley, 1 kitchen safe; R. E. Eggleston, 4 bundles picks and shovels ; W. H. Foreman, 3 boxes ; W. 31c Peak, I box; W. F. Dugan. 1 chest; W. Case, 1 box; W. Ramlln, I kegandl box; F.Grlfilth, 1 cultivator; Diehl & Lord, 2 boxes; J. S. Grace, 1 box; Frank Degarmo, I box; Hugh McDonald, 2 bundles paper; Tennessee Hydro Carbon Gas Co- 1 box, 1 bundle pipe; J. Haynen, 1 box; J. M. W. A Co- Aberdeen, lot merchandise; Minnie Jackson, 2 boxes; S A 1 box; Williams A Ross, 28 casks bottles ; Thos. Ragan.1 gun, 3 boxes; A. R. B., 1 box; J. R. Splchy, 1 trunk; C, I box tin; No marks, 1 pulley and driver, 1 valise, 3 carpetbags, 2 handcarts. GEO. O. SALE A CO.. Auctioneers. KEMOVAIi OF A. jFA-CiMS-B & 0., ATT'?COXSr3!IEXS rmmSJS Front Street TO 234 MAIIT STREET. Where wo win continue onr dally anctioo sales or Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, l-feecs, Hardware, Gla ware, etc. The trade an country merchsnts will ds T7CU to attend. . HLLICT, AnctlOHeer. W. A. WIM-IAMS. WILLIAMS & GO., 2ANDFACTURER3 AKD DEALERS Hi LUMBER, SHIH, LATH, SASH SOOBS AND BLINDS. 3IILL.S AI-- YARD : O.N irOLF BITEB, XOBTII FRONT ST. JU3uE2 1-CE?-aCX-3, - J. O- LONSDALE, tr. Lonsdale GENERAL Mil Ifos. 39 and 41 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn., Represent the following- well known and prosperous Companies: NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE INSURANCE Cfr OF LONDON Capital and Snrplns FIRE ASSOCIATIOH, OF PT7TT. A T) PBA, PA. Assets S-',063,03S- E0UITAI5LE FIEE INSUEANCE C01LPANY, OP NASHYlliLE-TENJr. Assets 8snr,oo9 tn. Insnrance npon all classes of risks effected w Xosses equitably adjusted and promptly MEMPHIS EOLLIie MIXIS M. J. WICKS. J. C. (Successor- to M. 3IANUFACTCEEES SLEDGE, SEcKAY & GO... Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE GROCERS. AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ifos. 371 and 373 WATT? ST., iJOIJPMlS, Offer to the trade of Memphis and Merchants of tbe Country A IARGH AXAt SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIES, AT PRICKS AH LOW AS. ANY HOUSE IN THE TRADE, consisting in rntt ef . fr Floor of all Grade and Sugars liOHlslana-Demarara and aU grades ol" IVUltc Sizsnrjj ; Molasses and Syrups, all grades and prices. Sack and barrel Salt. Tobacco all grades; superior asor.meat. Stall. Porlc, S. C. Hams and cast. Bacon. Coffee and Teas aU grades. Bagging, Tics and A'nll W ...! TI-.AA. Tlnlf Tin roll Whisky all grades; none superior in marKe Orsters. Canned Fruits. Balslns and Cheese. Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. And all otberj Goods bept In a first-class Grocery Houxe. AR6AS0N & Ml Wholesale I JIANUF.V CTU R KIIS' AGENTS FOE Ben-food IronworlsLS -XT-ails And the CVIebrated Brand GAMECOCK BAGGING, IN OTJIt NEW STORE. 369 FRONT ST. AND 32CLINT0N ST COB, mm) am- Onr stock is now larze and complete we feel prepared for a large Fall and Winter jberal Casn Advances on UOnslgnments. -WHOT.r.SrVT."- -AND DIaALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY. . - - SL. t Jrvl5. -T- V.V.--t' f J 1 DEEIilXG H0R3E ENGINE, 1th Its i - i , , ttI 1- suppori ior tue rjin-iiui-so. ocuu iui vu--ix, niui nm nan - Explanatory Engraiing, to OEGUL BROS. & CO., Agents. GULLETT'S STEEL BRUSH COTTON-GIN, : : : : $5 persam -MAGNOLIA LIGHT DRAPE COTTON-GIN, : : : : : $i per'sawfcf 310 sp' S12 ITKOS'T ST., 3I332I2,IO:. J. HI. GOODBA1C. J. Ii. GOODBAK. 1V CX - i - OOTS and 322 1-2 AND 324 IHaIII3P3BO, TTE ARE JfOTT EECEITIXlr FALL AND WINTER We have eirr ottered to the TrdD, and latitt -U. -LRCIIAS t eiiirauio onr goods before bajing els.atVw.. . nolo GOODBAK 3 A2SS. SAESl0O3I AIX YAlWr COS. OAYOSO AND SECOXll ilTBBDTS - TZHSTJi 3EI- C IL WJLLI.rO.HD. & Wettford, AND EDINBURGH- .813.000,000. with facility and dispatch. paid. TERRY. 31. I. TTIOKS. J. "ryit-I-S SON), AliD DEALERS IX X T.T i 3I5B BAll EON, U62T RAILS, ETCi- AGENTS FOit GoIleU's ImproTed Lisbt drart ssnolia Gin (Snl- lett's Steel Brash Gin, Deerins'si HorePo1r-r, Cole-- ; "' man's Corn Mill, Utica Steam EnsineSy Bed -Ionntain Iron Fnrnaoc s, B3y Spring.' Cotton Facterj. RAILROAD SUPPLES, HEAVY HARDWARE4 VX-.o'I-i -j n ory, BTa-IIw, Etc., .ON MOST FAVORABLE RATES. Ho. 37 TJnion Street, -Hempliis, Tenn Between Mntn and Seoiuf. Brands. T A- Tin lr nf H fl nil TI 51 -Till 1 1 Si "-if In every respect, equaling any in tbe Sonnf.and bnsine - s. l-TJXX-SG7a?,S rocers & Cotton Factors MERCHANTS! : STEEL COTTOKT GiUf. --i snbstuntial Iron Pillar for a soliUfccntral .1 r . T I .-.:!. Tl-T I 1a - n J. It. S. GIa.LII.AX1. A. B. GOODBAK. ES - - X - i - E MAIN STREET, THE I1B8-ST STOCK OF BOOTS AND SM SHOES i 5lliSfi tlB!l!