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ted Memphis - daily A.P333SA.:L--TTJEisDA.ir? , july si, 1374.
jjatbs or htiitscuiif mix.
Om eopy, one monlb, b-1 nail.
Oaeaopy, Kti month, by 1 n&lL
uae easy, ose year, uy mB.ii.
Ose eopy, one vri, I
Om one vear
Utnbst Ten or mortyeae h-
HATH? OK ADVERTISING.
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abcequetit Insertion. p fr squsre 00
Bight Hue solid nonpat eil make one square,
and twelve lines mate onelnoii.
Local Notices nre 30 cents per line am In-
version, i cents per ill te per wets, anu ix
huh per uue per niuui ii.
MT.nlc t .l .A t 1 1 .. A Ix'AT
Mon. hd 5 cents per line each subsequent
Dealfiaiia Marriage not tecs. Funeral nollees
Wevrtll not accept any s jlvertlsemeota loioi
Plot w Fourth page advertisements, station.
sry, double rates.
BMRtmen copies sent rxe i) of charge.
Ow rmH-lookt are keilt by postofScos, and
set by individual nam w.
f n nirfnrinf miners chanced from one nostoffice
lo another, tbe names of both iiostofliceH
atoeslu tie given.
m- miicA letters and communications upon
4eets of general Interest, but tuch mst
always be accompanied by a responrtble
FOUND AT LAST Tlie cheapest house In
the city lor Boots and Shoes, W Main st,
JylS F. W. STKMMLEK A CO.
WALLKT-On Mississippi and Tennessee.
Hallroad train, J una rftu, mi, a small
Turk wallet, which the owner can hare by
proving property and paying for this adver-
iwmem. m. uuriiti,ruperinienueni.
Memphis, June 80, IBTi.
We will not return rejected communications.
All letters. coranmnleaUons. oranvthlneelse
for the ArPEAL, should not be addreed to
tay inatvrauai -connrcieu wnn ine omce,
toot simply the
Al'PEtl. Wcm.-itil". Trnn.
Vor Cliancellor 10th Chancery DiTlinn.
HI. LIVINGSTONE is a candidal-for the
Ltiancellorehlplc the Tenth Chancery
IHvMm of Tenn
I'or County rrtuie.
KOIX V. KOBKKTSOX. Is a candidate for
JC OMBtrTius eiietore thepeopleol t-helby
cation Thunwiar. Aucut fe. li.
LOOSES A3?B 30AHIT.
nOOM AND BOAKD-riea'ient furntrhed
K, worn, y It h lxird at 1W Monroe street.
Dnv COW On Sunday, Jely lth, a dun
aw. Tbe ownr cku gft tbe cow uy
property iU1d p-ylBechar p
cor. rl. a"-d Hcn t.-ke ma.1.
PIANOS AND ORGANS Tun ed, repaired
asdKhanged: irorK doue by experi
esee4. ana-class workmen, and warranted.
XTOni-A note doe thirty days after dtde,
lS Vrlvei by I)r, Koalhofer Oo payable
u O ll Kill, agent, tor&X and odd cents, ln-
jTbyO il Hill, aen, All persons are
hopgkr warned lrom trading fot the abo?e
wS,ls jSeeedIngs have been Isrgaa to have
tae aamfi onpt kcaiu.
o. r. hilu
PGR SAIE OR RENT.
CTOBB A good corner grocery wilh dwel
ls 1BC, ont-rons etc ct i. unjn .'touv.
1ALO0N MCENSE-Apply at
) kh jk:
CUSTOMER For one of the bet grocery
stands In MelnptaJK. Klilurto In good or
der, liood trade. Will sell Mock low. A rare
ct ance. Addiess
ivi W., this olllce.
COTTON PLANTATION Wo wish to buy a
tln-t clasn cotton plantation, and to in
Test lu tbe purchase an elegantly Improved
Memphis suburban residence, within three
miles of Court Square, with about twenty
acres of land, paying any azce-s in Tlue in
money and time payment. An Arkansas
river place preferred, but any others would
be considered. Value of residence. Slo,UX.
JylT TltBZEVANT dt CO., U Union i-U
"XfIUTE W'OMAK (Oil 01RL)-To do tho
II work lor a-small family. Apply at S3
Mosby street. - Jyll
about an ofhce.
Address MK. JU" this office.
WELLING On 1st Beptember.by a prompt
tenant, a d Weill n z located south of ilfui-
Ison stteet. containing live or sis rooms be
sides kitchen and servants' room, with mod
ern Improvements. Apply at ofllce of W. 11.
Oalbreath, 13 Union street. Jy9
OPEKATO KB Young men to learn and en
gage in Telegraph Operating lor the new
tinesnow building. Addrosl-ACIFICTELE-OltAflt.
Boxi, Memphis, Tenn. JeS3d&w
PRIVATE FAMILIES WANTING CAR
siages can have their orders promptly
fltledai 4! Adams street. Tue fluen turnouts
In tbe cliy. A1m, first-tlas livery stock.
je!7 J. R JJci'U LLERS.
WANTB1I-VOIXK ATTKNTION TO THK
MEMPHIS AWN ISO JIANUFACTO
rti, 31 Washington st. Awnings or all styles
made to on!r. iiblnet work undFuruituie
made and repaired, re-upbolsterul, varnbhed,
akd packed for hlpmeuU Carpets taku up.
cleaned an I relald. All work CHltetl for and de
livered free of cnarce, H. BUTTENBERG.
Tbe undersigned, directors appointed
li,. vmt in an1o,f o atfa n i it cimurlnlanil
SITUATION By a boy who U willing to I tf J prMtInn r . lunaHf. vliim for
work and make hlmelf generally useful I1.1.6 ,ereC"on OI ? luuaUO asylum lor
west xenueasec, in oueaienue to your
advico in your communication of tbe
day of , 1874, have proceeded to
. elect another site for said institution.
Tho site now chosen, hereby recom
mended to your excellency, is in Hay
wood county, about two miles irom the
town of Brownsville, and is known as
the "Sheppard Springs tract." Said
site does not combine all the requisites
and advantages that would be de
sired, nor obviate every objection; yet,
under all tbe circumstance, and after
a patient examination, we believe it to
be tbe most eligible site examined after
the one Heretofore recommenued by a
majority of this board. After a pretty
extensive examination', ot sundry iitea,
iu various localities, we are lead to doubt
whether a site can be obtained in this
division of the State combining all the
advantages declared by the law, and
deemed by your excellency to be requi
site in tbe selection of a site for an insti
tution tor the insane, and at the same
time free from serious objections. The
site now selected is offered as a donation
to tbe State by the citizens of Browns
ville and Haywood county. Hoping
our action may command the approval
of your excellency, we are, very respect
fully, your obedient servants,
JOHN A.OAKDNER, President.
Dr. Rogers objected to the wording of
the communication, and especially to
tbe last clause In tho second paragraph.
Colonel Gardner stated that he had
worded the communication lor Colonel
D3y and himself, that Dr. Bogers'a posi
tion was known to tbe governor, and, in
fact, all over the State, as he expressed
himself more favorable to the locations
at Memphis and Brownsville, in his pro
test agaiust tbe site selected at Hum
boldt, and his signing it was a mere
form. Dr. Bosrers, with this understand
ing in the hoard of trustees, consented to
sign it. ' w. E. KOOEKS,
UNO INKER'S KEPORT.
Nash viLi-E, Tkxx., J uly
I recommended, or examined the fitness
I for the building slie; and in view of the
runner consiueraiiou mat me iaw uc
vol ves upon the board the duty of select
ing a site, and an unquestioned majority
recommendation being desirable as well
as necessary under the statute, therefore,
without announcing a final decision
upon the report, I think it eminently
proper to remit the entire question to
the board of directors, and request their
examination of the "Citrrey home
stead." and that they make such addi
tional report as their judgment may dic
tate. It tills recommendation should
cations The .Coxri-Homestcail- J be favorable to tho location (with that
to nc" Ecamiaeti t;ic.- ) r,T "t i .luT.
T I It. tn mrvar ffMlrnhlA tlmt tlinr nttmiM M.
port the terms upon which tho whole
property could be obtained, tho number
oi acres, anil wnetuer Uio title is perfect.
If, however, they reject the location al
together, then it will be their province to
take such action as their official relations
to the State and their duty to this charity
may demand. I am, gentleman, most
respectiuny, your most obedient serv
ant, .I0KNC BROWN,
To Messrs. John A.Gardner, tieorge W.Day,
w. xtogers, commissioners.
Oorernor John C. Browu'lte views the
Report of the Insane Conimisgtnn-'
eiv, and Rejects their
Their. Official Statements with (Jtialld-
The following reports and letter will
W of interest to our readers. The report
of the commissioners appointed to select
a site for the West Tennessee asylum
comes first, and is as follows:
Bahti.klt, Statiox, )
Shzxby, Coustv, Juue 3, 1871,
To his Bxeellency John C Brown, Governor
Tin: un Ait fag r. iui:.stio..
It the Clly of MeuipliU Surrenders Ibe
Collection or Wharfage, What I
to Uecome or tlie Wltarf ?
Very Merlons tiicslions for onr Cliy
rthers-Snv the Wharf for the
Hake of Khlppern anil
A DUEX. PREVENTED.
Two Well-Known Nportlng Hen Appeal
to Ibe Code ana nre rrnslraleil
by Chief AHiy.
The APPEAL is now
published at 2S2 Second
1 lMBlap and Middle streebs.
ie prele. :
B(XjiK Of seven rooms, Just completed,
with kitchen, stable and cittern, on Her
3na4e st- tooth or helma railroad. Addrcsi
jagg DK. BYN UM, Jackson Block.
rpHE THOMAS r.KSIDENCE
J. Appiy j
McKlfefalCK t TUSLEY.
OX Madtuon street.
rlTITS SOO ro&saueade suit, at the French
-TTitWjrKE One stationary engine, cylinder
si in tooa aruer; wuiui wut
H. W. St, Jr, 1W Causey st.
BKASIXV. BAKTON CU..
No. 2L0 Front street.
-w-txKUKtiMHItf PX'RNITURE Com pit I
'O set, consisting or foar (I) tMrber-ehalre,
iksbrt, iuml! two f21 large glided mirrors.
IaM,wttfe marble slab base; Are (3) marble.
SMktaa4s, behr-dresslng chairs, hat-racks, etc.
At above Is the furniture or the Overton Ho
tel birber-titop: it Is first class, and will to
mm atasasnoce, forcasn.
JylS H. i. It AMPK, No. Is W' .Hon st.
AORlilT BAlMiAIN Oun I bad, on im
nuxilate anallcation. In the nnrchasdoi
rtytfliriiwtnd loton Eckols street. I ust south
ot the brick corner house on Vance. The
IMMrso has B rooms newly palnud ana pa
Tr?- TRE7.EVANT A CO.
TKAL HWATK FOR ilEJlll'HJS BONDS
v, Weliavefersaleoneol tbe most desira-
-"Me sasmrtran residences about Memphis,
wMek we will sell at cash Tarnation aad lake
MwplitaOlty Bones at par in payment. This
-offar made for one "eek.
JfiT TKEZCVAJT fc CO Is Union at.
KTTKK PKES5 An A No. 1 letter-press,
AKMH. iron Ir.vmeu, wtui no Brawe",
Besouicnean. iipni niiouriit,c
uu's'R v fftmilr erocerr: eood loca-
IjT ton:No.l stand.. Apply at Appeal ofhce.
r-j BeHOKNCE No. fO Exchange street. Gas,
J.VwaUa-.etc; weu rocaieo; a iwo-moix ynct.
jfH Alain street.
ORSE AND BUGGY.
ALLISON BKOTUKIliS. 17 union tenet.
'IT IAN OS. ORGANS Very, very low lor
J eaak, acd lowr tban eTer on imjutlily
yayments, or reasonauie umv wjiu ei- w
eeplonee. MERltlMAN A-VVILeoX,
ElNeiNE AND BOILER
and boiler lu ruenlng
rA nnn BBLS. No. l pittsbuiio COAL,
svrwvr as low as tae lowex. Also,l'ty
CMinel acd -t. Bernard coals, cheap as
atay omu idis." Also, vtuou - in eiery
nsrje." aho, n' Hoexaway, a imggy,
.Wish aad a Woodhwt.
' II. B. l'ACTCER 4 CO,
faftl Ul Second street.
OLD T tn iU.lAl
At Afr-L orncE
n RICK For sale & low as any in the mar
-rSIDENCE AsolenSld suburban rlaee
JX Jrge bouse, four act of ground, plenl y
m ii Hit . 1,UJ nwuinrmir,
3. W. VERS ON,
I Main sbeet.
MH Nice cotuwe for small "fatn'lr
Jiac Mi Market sirteu Afjoy t juxa-
T DOM Nicely- furnished t ron I rooms f rain
OOMS-New furnished rooms, IU to tit a
to. Gentlemen only, uee nonte.
"Vr.pOf MAIN' STRBKTr-At present occu
IsTt April) to
W. MBnsrt'K, 22 MadlMn street.
rpWU OOrrAUUS IM and W, Lacderdaie
J tret. Apply to W. II. Laadl,4U Lbu
dental i.eet, or to B. i1. Anderson, Room It,
Ueett m Snlhllng. JvlB
"1 l4IllaN"OK ly ictdicc. Nc. Wf, ulty
Xi, 'Stmt, tiU or without carrlage-hotiee,
tm stM tairnni isro good cis-
iVeston iBUiieamieiy. ApylyatNo.
Howard tuiw, u jk. r w tou. or io me,
. f , J. M. TOMBNY.
ntUtUAJIT OV KICKS AND SLEEPING
Ju jtoosaa, wltli all the modern lrapieve-
immw. n me nftBwn ittraniflR imiiiiinir
aad 41 Xadlaoo aueet. Apply atofnee
is rasaraueeumitrxny. Jyll
. . , lMOCri( (XjfltetulBKMily mom, and
lj mi?, umr farnlture wbleh wHl be k1
fma f Html, two per month. A large
iliiiiiiL "eoy can be laade by a eeiape
,4Masu 'yoaalble man. Jyl2
THE BARTLETT TICKET.
For Slier! IT.
C. Jj. ANDERSON.
rorNinte and Connly Tnzollrclor.
A. E. FRANKL8.ND.
Vor Tonnly Court Clerk.
lor Connly Trnaiee.
J. J. BAWLING?.
For Clerk or Ine Crinilo.nl Conn.
N. a VKRK1NS.
W. 11. GRIKBEL.
For Clerk or Ibe rirsi rirciill Conrl.
B. K. COLEMAN.
For Clerk of tbe Kerond Circuit Conrl.
G. J. C1MPBELL.
rar Clerk of Ihclinrtlrtl Cirrnil Conrt.
For Constable or I'lllli rlIrl (.
For Constable of Fonrleenth nislricl.
T. S. ilALLORY.
A duel has been the subject of con
versation in parlors and on the streets
for several days past) as it was known
that messages of war were being sent
backward and forward between two
well-known gentlemen, but the public
were totally unprepared for news of an
other, and as the word passed up and
down Main street, little groups gathered
-and discussed the matter, tome with
anxious countenances, while others
viewed the situation in a diUerent light
and wanted to see tbe fun. Whether
the hot weather has had anything to do
with stirring up the spirit of chivalry so
long neglected we might say almost
forgotten we are not prepared to state,
but no one who was around about town
yesterday could fail to know that old
cmvairy was once more reviveu,anu
about to make things warm. The cause
of the last trouble, as near as we could
learn, was occasioned by John Marre in
terfering in a fuss at the Bismarck gar
den night before last, and expressing a
desire to fight William, alias Shane
McLaughlin, who had been knocked
down and hit over the head with a pis
tol by one of Marre's friends. Both
parties, Marro and McLaughlin, belong
to the sporting fraternity, and are Jef
ferson street haUluct. Of course the
little transaction of Sunday night had
its effect upon the boy, yesterday, and
they were so anxious to see the
fun they felt satisfied muH come,
that we doubt if any consideration could
have induced even the worst strapped
youth of the gang to leave headquarters
only for a few minutes. Negotiations
wero commenced by the McLaughlin
party semi lug a tieiegate to see juarre,
I and demand an apology, or a fight. He
chose the latter, and expressed himself
j a3 being very willing to go forth on the
I r-nrv ffeli!. Tina Intallli.annA liil Iht
Te fns- ' desired eflect on McLaughlin's friend,
Editors Appeal I see in your issue
an article iu tho river, column, which
says the wharfage will bo reduced one
htlf next Wednesday. Why is it that
the press is taking such au active pari
iu reducing the wharfage? Are they
trying to do awaywitn tnewnariat
Alempnis, and have no mats land ex
cept at the elevator, as it will gradually
come to that, if tbe whatfage is abol
ished. The present landing 19 m a most
mi3eraDie condition; anu auanuon tne
wharfage, and in a short time there will
not be a place that a steamboat can put
oil a cargo at the wharf, unless at three
or four tunes tne cost It ought to take.
and tho time to put it off will be in
creased to three or four times as long as
it would talte if tneie was a good wliarf.
The steamer Fanny Tatum put off at the
wharf, ou Saturday last, about ten thou
sand bundles of cotlou-ties, which was
about three hundred tons. It cost her
double to put them out that it should
have cost, on account of the miserable
condition or tne wharf. And tne next
thing to be done is to haul them from
where they were put; but there is no
dray that can haul more than half a
load. That is double expense to the
merchant,saying nothlngabout the poor
mule. It cost the boat one and a half
cents per bundle to put those ties out,
which amounted to one hundred anu
fifty dollars. Had the wharf been In
good condition, they could put them out
lor a nan cent per rjuuuie, or nity doi
Governor John C. Brown is in the
city, and is stopping at the Peabody ho
tel. He has been the recipient of! marked
attentions. at tbe hands of our best citi
zens. A." E. JFrankland returned to the
city on Saturday, and immediately re
sumed his labors as a candidate for the
oilice of State and county tax-collector.
His friends are numerous, and he is cer
tain to be elected.
A REMARKABLE CASE.
East Middlzeoiio, Mass., June S.1SCI.
Messrs. Bcknett & Co. When my
daughter's hair came off she had been
afflicted with neuralgia in her head
for three years, and for two years after
her head was as smooth as her face.
Through the recommendation of a
friend she was induced to try your Co-
coaine, and tho result was astonishing.
She had not used half the contents of a
bottle before her head was covered with a
fine young hair. In four mouths her
hair has grown several inches in
length, very thick, soft and fine, and of
a darker color than formerly.
Bbe still continues to use tbe Cocoaine
in connection with the Kalliston, and
we have but little fear of her losing her
hair. With respect, wm. s. eddy.
Ir. l".ddj' Testimony Renewed.
East MiDbLEBono, Mass., January 11,1867.
MESSRS. J 03E1MI ULRNET lE KM. UCT1-
ffeiieri Soon alter writing you nay last,
my daughter delayed using Cocoaine for
a few months, when her hair again
came off. leaving her head perfectly
bare, owing partly to the heat caused by
neuralgia. We procured a couple bot
tles oi tne cocoaine. anu used it ireeiy,
as formerly. In the course of two
months the hair made its appearance,
j JTAPOIEON niLI.
HILL, FONTAINI k GIL,
360 AND 362 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS,
6. L0WE1TEI & BROTHERS.
lora null ceui per uuuuie, or uuy uoi ""u,j ..j.vimuvv,
lara. Would it not be much cheaper for anJ 3 now thick antJ Boft antl in a very
UCsUUJV JWBUTCUUliV TUU1D,
To-day is the anniversary ol Bull
Hie author of an article in our Sun
day issue feigned "Cotton Shed," will
please call at the cotton exchange.
We thank the managers for au in
vitation to attend the moonlight soiree
at Collierville, on Monday, the twenty-
Mansford. corner of Monroe and
Second, has Harper's, the Eclectic, the
Galaxy, the Atlantic, Linpincott's, aud
An affair of honor between two
well known gentlemen, which has been
pending for some days, has becu hon
orably and satisfactorily adjusted.
Recorder Winters recovered his
watch, yesterday. It was taken by some
friends as a joke, but Pat thought he
no'er would see his "super" again.
Commissioner Garrett! yesterday
bound over a youug man In the sum f
nine thousand dollars furtealiug money
from registered JeMers at uraud junc
On theirrountl of personal violence
and threats to kill, K lward Tyler prays
lora divoiee lrom imma rjier. ine
matter will l3 settled by a decision in
the second circuit court.
Hereafter trains will leave on the
Missicslppl ui.d Tennessee railroad at
eleven o'clock aud li'teeu minutes in the
forenoon and at fnuro'eloob twenty-five
mluutea in tlie afternoon.
Alderman Paul A. Co ilia has en
tered kuit against Colonel Mike Magev
ney far slander, aud wants fiftv thou
sand dollars iu greenbacks as a salve for
damages done lu uu reputation
Sir In accordance with your instruc
tions, I proceeded, on the second of July,
to Brownsville, Haywood county, ana
made careful examination of the site
i proposed for the erection of tbe lunatic
I asylum, witn respect to its water tuppiy
' aud facility for drainage, and beg leave '
, to report as follows r t
Three methods of measurement of the
water supply were used, consisting of i
measurement by Weir, by water-meter !
aud by tune consumed in lilliug vessels
of known capacity. A great number of
measurements were made during the
two days, and the mean result indicated
by the experiments made show a supply
of 36,231 gallons now llowing from the I
springs iu twenty-four hours. This ;
seems to be a pemiauent How, and may ,
undoubtedly be relk-d upon. The eleva- i
tion of Uie ground at the Currcy resi
dence, abovo tbe surface of tbe water in
the springs, is 63 7-10 feet At the giu-
i nouse tue ,grounu is a o-iu leec lower
than at the Currey residence, making
. the hightat thatjiolnt above the rprings
! 51 1-10 feet. The drainage or sewerage
1 from the building, if built at the site of
, the Cuirey residence .or the ginhouse,
should be carried castwardly, and dis-
' osed of in the wine east of the
;rownsville landlugt-rolk This would
require a length of about nine hundred
feet of ten-inch clay-pipe, and the fcew
erage would bs discharged in au entire
ly different valley from that iu which
the springs are located. The distance of
the springs from the ginheuse is eight
hundred and twenty-five feet; from the
Currey residence, lourteen nunurtti anu
forty feet. The accompanying pencil
sketch will show rouglily the relative
location of the different points. Very
respectfully, w. r. foster,
WHAT THE GOVERNOR SAYS ABOUT IT.
J ELY IS, 1ST!.
Gentlemen Your report, signed ab
solutely by one of your body, condi
tionally by another, and protested
agaiuH by the third, bringing to my at
tention "the Shepherd Springs tract of
land," two miles from Brownsville, as a
site for Uie West Tennessee insane asy
lum, was received several days after its
date. Although clearly not my duty,
under the statute,-to consider this com
munication, inasmuch its it did not
have the unconditional concurrence of a
majority of the board, yet, prompted by
a strong desire 16 make a finality of this
question, for the benefit of the large
number of insane of the State, who are
unprovided for, in conjunction with
Dra. (Jalleutler, Cheatham and Jones, I
extiniued the site the twenty-third of
Juue, 1674 (the earliest, day other
duties permitted). After a careful in
spection of the premises, I was im
pressed with the necessity of sending a
civil engineer to demonstrate, by practi
cal tests, the water supply aud facilities
for tlrainage. And before thttt was
completed, one' of your body re
quested that a similar exam I na
tion be made of the Humboldt site.
already rejected. Yielding, undexajust
1 ... .I..,.. 1 .. ,1.1,. . . t , 1
sense ui nuiy, in liiis iiiiueni, it uuai ue'
wbile the mob was so ecstatic, that a
pool-seller could have done a big busi
ness while preparations were being made
for the meeting, which was to take
place at three o'clock in the afternoon,
acrews tbe line in Mississippi. Navy
sixes, seconds, hacks, bottle-holders,
timers, everybody and everything was
about to make a start, when the figure
of a woman was seen rushing frantically
up CenteraIIcy,toward the stiiiloiihouse.
The female found Chief Athy, and re
ported that someltody was about to ob
killed, which brought the bo?s to the
front, and stopped everything, as he ar
rested McLaughlin, and carried him be
fore Esquire Hoist, who placed him un
der bonds to keep the peace. Marre
couldn't be found, or he would also have
been interviewed anil made to ante.
How the matter will end, ia now the
subject of talk, most overylwdy believ
ing that ss neither side manifested a de
sire to smooth matters, a light is inevi
table. Should tho parties determine to
go to war, "we promise our readers fill
the particulars. But M duels rarely oc
cur after being interrupted In this mun- j yueu they pass tho lauding? It ia:
the boats to pay double tho present
wnanagc, anu uavu a good landing,
than pay one hundred dollars extra for
wnat mignt be termed no wnarf at all?
i n ere are some persons using as
an argument that the city has
collected thousands of dollars, and that
the city dads have used the money for
otuer purposes; and to reduce it one-
half or nothing at all, the steamboats
will not be benefited by It. ltis true, they
will be benefited the amount they
would pay. But there is no money
spent on tne wuarr. ana to tairc about
making a wharf without inoney is an
absurdity. The city at tbe present time
nas not money to repair ner streets, and
has not naid for what she has, and they
are in a miserable condition. There is
onlyonellneof boats runningto Memphis
that would be benefited by the reduc
tion of wharfage, and that I will not
mention, as it is a good, liberal compa
ny, and have every facility for receiving
and discharging tneir cargoes, wltn good
streets leading from the elevator. I
don't think they would bo so illiberal as
to say, now that they have every facil
ity, that Memphis should wipe out the
wharfage-tax, and let the wharf go into
the river, because other lines have not
got the money to loan to fix for each one
of Uie other lines Rood streets and a eood
landing place. It is no argument to say
that if the city collects the present
wnanage it coma not spend it on tue
wharf, I saw a petition to the general
counsel from Captain Cheek which I
think is a step in tho right direction.
Cany out his petition, as it is
the only salvation for the steamboat
interest of Memphis, as well as the
city. Ij"t the mayor and general coun
ace until we make you a good wharf:
that we will not do as our predecessors
nave uoue. mere eiinll not be one dol
lar of money that is collected spent in
any way but to make a good wharf, and
protect it. And when there is a good
wharf, then reduce it to a figure that
will keep it good. Tho city of St. Louis
has nine miles or wnarf; cannot the
city of Memphis, receiving about one
hundred and thirty-three thousand bales
of cotton annually, by river, protectant
keep a one-half mile wharf tn good or
der? There are thousands of people that
pass up and down this Mississippi riv
er, and pass Memphis. Whst is the
lirst impression made on their minds
CnRis.BrjHR.lS2Ponlar street, save
tho most recherche entertainment of
the season last Saturday night, and
will repeat the same next Saturday
night, when he hopes to meet all his
friends and tbe public generally. He
will have the best music the city aflords.
and the refreshments he furnishes ate
unexcelled and unexcellable. AH who
attend will be delighted. Music and
dancing will be the order of tbe evening.
The best hats at Cohen's, 223 Main.
Fresh from the vineyard daily, at
OLIVER F1NNIE 4 CO.'S.
We teg to announce tint wo aro offering THIS TTEtK, KxtrasrrUnarj
Inducements to purchasers of
X.ADXES', MISSES' AUD CHIXDRSX 'S
mmm suns and gos
In Bishop an! Victoria Lawns, riqne, Pcrcaleatiite awl Lim. "
Desirous o' closing out the balance ct our large and attractive stoek la tbeee Uoea,w shall
offer them at PRICES HERETOFORE UNPRECEDENTED.
Just Beceived. A beautiful selec
tion of linens, ducks, drillines. vest-
ings, etc., at Waggener's, agent, mer
chant tailor, corner Madison and Main
streets, No. 2S8.
The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing
and Cleaning House in the city is at
246 Second st. hanson a walker.
Tl.' Tmi nr.nl a timt.atit traal.n.Atlin.
or nlurubincr of any kind, vou can act it
at Browne's, 16 Jefferson street, where
you are sure to be suited In style and
Attend Robertson's Business College.
LIVINGSTON ii COMPANY'S BANK,
10 rine afreet, New Torlu
Organized for the business of out-of-
town banks, bankers, corporations, indl-
say to tne steamboat and fiatboat- viunais, etc., oners special inducements
in that we will notreduce your wharf- to correspondents, iive per cent, inter-
We also call Special Attention to oar Exquisite Line, of
LADIES' UNDERWEAR !
In Night Robes, Skirts, Chemise?, Corbet CoTcrs, Dressing Saer1MM1Hi rWaSj
ALL OF WHICH WE ARE OFFERING
AT PRICES FAR BELOW COST OF MANUFACTURE.
242 &, 244: Mais Street. c;m
DAVID 1. IIADDEN.
J. W. AVTSKV.
MADDEN & AVERY,
AND COTTOM FACTORS,
AT THEIR OLD 8TAND, 06 KROXT STREET.
SC. H. COO VSR
est allowed on daily balances. County.
city and town bonds, also other market
able BAflurities, wanted for sale on com
mission, .bust-class loans negotiated.
A STARTLING ANNODNCEME JT.
AIllisu out riOTSton's Htar Gnllerv lor
pictures. 3Iojton Is making; Duolo
eraplia at 83 per Izen, and will con
litiae lotto so for sixty Hays only. 219
Summer hats at 10 per cent, above
cost at Cohen's, 223 Main street.
Oo lo Letitlln's Basinets College.
ner, wo would advise our readers to eon
tent themselves with what they have
before them; for we have no idea that it
will terminate seriously to anybody.
Arrangements are being made for a
grand excursion to Louisville to attend
tbe Public Library concert and drawing.
Price round trip, S7 50.
GRAND RARBECUK AND RATIFICA
TION MEETING AT BARTLETT.
Trains will leave the depot, head of
Main street, at 10 am. and 12:30 n m.
Returning, leave Bartlctt at 5:30 aud 10 i January, 1871, up to this time
p.m. .bare, twenty-five cents round
trip. Tickets for sale at 2S7 Main street,
corner of Madison, and at depot, head
of Main street. Trains on Raleigh
road will meet all trains to and from
Bartlett. .ioiin t. flynn,
Superintendent Western Dlvlilon.
MEMPHIS TROTTING PARK.
On Friday, July 24, 1874, there wilj be
a stake face for horses that have never
beaten 2:55 in public; $25 entrance, to
which the association adds $50; five to
enter and three to start, race to rule and
harness, mile heats. Also, two match
races on sain e day. Horses start at four
o'clock promptly. Entries close Wed
nesday evening six o'clock, and will be
maue Known tnrougu tne press, inurs
That place is going down: they don't
protect tneir wnan; it win soon all be
in the river." But fix a nice wharf,
and what will they say? "That's a
thriving place: a year or two azo the
wharf was so miserable that a passenger
coma naruiy get asnore; it must be
looking up; tbey ate making a nice
wharf." The only way to do it is to col
lect tne wharfage at tbe present price.
und advertise, and let the work out, to be
paid fcr as fast as tho wharfage is
collected, and strain a point and take
from the trea-ury of the city the
amount that has been collected from
FOR PURE CaEAH
and excellent sherbet go to Speclit &
Walker's, No. 37 Madison street.
Colonel John D. Adams, will sneak
at the following places, on national Is
sues now dividing the political parties,
Collierville, Tuesday, July 21.
Moscow, Wednesday, July 22.
LaG range, Thursday, July 23,
Saulsbury, Friday, July 24.
Pocahontas. Saturday. Julv 25.
Sneaking will commence at
o'clock In the afternoon.
7"".'";'"'" , A b - . 'Tl ""'r -out don't say because there Is no other
fUZ'JS y?'(1,0"n or,J.ay' -J,uiy 3l8. ! 1 line f boatable to build them an ele-
mence with, let It out in sections so
that moro than one contractor can have
an opportunity of getting a j ib, and
bind them to have it completed by the
hrst of October. There are plenty of
parties that will do the work on those
terms, mere are about four hundred
and fitly thousaud bales come to Mem
phis. What brings that here? There
sre five railroads and tbey bring about
fifty thousaud bales each, and about
fifty thousand by wagon, and about one
hundred and tliirty-fivo thousand by
boats. The railroads build their own
depots. Why not the steamboats fix
their own wharf ? One line has done it,
but it is a very small amount of cotton
that that line brings. But they bring
the largest portion of everything else.
But don't say because there is no other
in addition to the 2:50 race, there will
be a stakerace, free for all; $50 en trance,
five to enter: the association adds S100:
second horse tp save entrance; race
mile heats, to rule and harness. En
tries to each of the above races to cldse
Wednesday, July 91h, at six o'clock.
B. BALL, Secretarj-.
Editors Ari'EAL Hearing that tho
card published by me in your issue of
the twenty-seventh ultimo, has been bv
many persons misconstrued, and that it
is being used by certain parties to tho
I BCiXDC Ui 11ULV. IV H1I3 JUIIUC31, II iiUUI UC- , , , tJ . - , , , , , . '
' i.,minniinTi r,f ti, mio-iim, boo ....hi 1 disadvantage of the ticket nominated
vi luc incuiJ-UKU Ul .i 11 il I j x Ulbc HI 13
occasion to say mat in using the phrase
"sold to the Dutch," I meant no reflec
tion on tlie Uerman delegates. Nothing
could possibly have been more foreirrn
i to my intentions than disrespect to the
A very nrettv eirl of Swedish cx-
traction ariived in this city from New I now, been unavoidably delayed. Under
York on Sunday. In answer to the call ! the intelligent andiictive assistance of
of a J on tig gentlemau named Otto the gentlemen who accompanied me,
Olsiu, who tailed upon Esquire Hoist , and the report of the civil engineer, Ma
reetenluv In company with the ladv. jor Foster, wliieh i herewith transmit-
and had the marriage ceremony tier- i ted, I am Jed to the following conclu-
lerined. "beasoannot divide," cti.,etc. i sionsaooutuie "dneparu springs place"
Whenever you see a white'mau in as..l,le proposed aue lor tne asyjum, to
Mlrli nift. rirnTlmlrv tn n npirn llwt wii.
tbelr noses almost touch, aud each wear
a very coniiainc iook, you can safely
gamble that the civil rights ticket is un
der dlsctiffion, and both are strong sup
porlere of it. It would, however, be a
hard matter to decide which was Uie
-Editors AprKAL Please lie kind
enoueh to insert tbe followim: in your
valuable paper: Did the delegates
elected to the I'artlett convention
pledge themselves to support the nomi
nees of the said convention? Be kind
enough to answer, and you will hear
ONE OF THE BOYS FROM PINCH.
German citizens, for whom, as a class.
l nave u proper regard ana respect
There is jio one who will support the
entire ticket witu more ueany good will
man ycurooeuient servant,
July20,lS71. 8. M. ASHE.
First Thehealthfulness is ai free from
exception, as any place in West Tennes
see. Second The daily water supply, as
measured oy tne civil engineer, u 3ii,j3i
gallons. 'Ibis is deemed sulllcient for The scarcity of money nud the gen
ordlnary purixes. But experience has ( eral dullness of business all over tho
demonstrated that a larger supply Is country Is not felt in the office of the
most desirable, find probably it may be , last gift concert of the Public Library of
obtained at this proposed site. The j Kentucky. In fact it seems rather to
drainage facilities are ample. j have stimulated their work. Almost
The site proposed on the "Sheppard everybody can spare tho small amount
springs" tract Is not desirable for the necessary to purchase a ticket, and the
erection of the necessary buildings for j chances of so tremendous a return for
an insane asylum, borne of the most 1 this outlay are too tempting to oe re-
important essentials for a commodious
j , 1 1 1 vrn!I.inrvlnlMi rotrnot tnr Ilia f noon.
One of the most desperate encoun- i 0re wanted. The "Curry homestead"
ten that ever occurred in this city came
on yesteruay oetween two negro butch
ers, uamed Frank Warner and Sam
Smith, out in Chelsea. The weapons
...-niCBUKi. YJVSJ&.K1Z?ZZ&n used Wfre butcher-knives and cleavers.
AiiMfC IN. Zl'IUI Main. Tliominlmlnnb. wi. oo l.,.l! .. I
v vw.vaMuvu "WW m (AtUIJ . VI b til ill
tutll Ji2rt.,rwn l n"gle that the authorities were una-
0rrATJM JwttuHt, Ne.-f ora1a street,
j ease square neat of nn.,M.' street ears.
1 -"Ary to
. jjfc MUaWNE B. LYKM. 11 MaaJson U
TTinTAtB-F rooms, in good -vepa'
V ysrti, tu vsbh weat. Amur u '
".rjWfcS OOrTAQB On ttfeel
,kj taumti, nv.n jmbmsou
,- titter eeuagta.
U JMWSWt BO -TTL-u censr 1J0 to move ,, i, i, ,ii(,TPi ,
will die, as their wounds are of a very
dangerous character, and the loss of
litood groat. One was cut from the
xhoulder to the groin, while tlie entrails
of the other were let out.
At ten o'clock yesterday morning a
number of colored boys had assembled
ou a raft of logs near the mouth of Wolf
river villi II. n fivlilalif InlKnllnr. ..f
iSrSjt 1 ay swimming. Among them i purchase of Uie entire place. The close
siuKLuw. i "".y iircr, ui auuui iourteen
a Main streeL I years. He Was prejwted to take a baUi,
htiikkt. Ar.,,i. , 'd whileiftaiHlingoualog was tantal-
o. a MAitKKT ut. I i.uby tho others who Oared hlin to
. i 1.....11 n tVlnJI... 1... li.ii.. . .
lies immediately between the nronosed
site and tbe Brownsville landing road,
which is the thoroughfare of approach
from Brownsville and the railroad depot,
and liesalsolmmediotely in front of and
within an objectionable short distance
of what would necessarily be the front
of the bulldlugs, anil is nearly ten feet
more elevated. The only cay and
natural approach to the buildings would
lead across that part f the "Curry
homestead," situated immediately in
front, which is not tendered with the
"Shentiard Springs" tract, and would
trench so much upon tho curtilage of
the "Curry homestead" as to render it
probably unattainable, without the
slsted at such a time.
ATTCSTIO.V, WAItD.S !
M AND WMA&KKT STREET. Applj
OLIVXH, kinnie a co. is not .Miown, but it is very certain he
icn. iu (Viiicwuw, miK io uie ooiioni
, -r-jjsMtDANCrJ-Krotn Jnae lrt, residence "o.
Madison elreet,OrveulatrillocK; con I about ten t Clock, whence he was not
proximity of the residenco and out
I buildings ou the "Curry homestead,"
I situated Immediately in front of the
' pro)osed site, together with the other
objections stated, render tho "Sheppard
spring" tract, without ine "Curry
homestead," so undesirable that I can
not approve) it as now offered.
l'ourtu in view or the fact that only
lirnnil Torcu-Llslit Profession.
taiM twelve or fourteen iwra. Apply to recovered uCW three In the afternoon. I one of the board of directors has actuaf-
Justlee Spellnfan being notified of tho
-fWlSS Cottajes, ana one storeroom on 1 iiiwdfent- Mimm.ilied a iurv
U yj&ErWaHNKn, who rendered a vsrdlct of "accidental
J7VX Main stratt ' drowning."
ly and unconditionally reported for ap
proval tuo -ouepparu spring" sue, and
only ono has inspected tlie "Curry
homestead" as an addition to the place
The several wards of the eity and tho
districts of the county Rre earnestly re
quested to appoint committees of live
or more, to meet with us at the criminal
court room, on Thursday, the twenty
third instant, at eight o'clock p.m., for
the purpose of co-operating with us and
perfecting arrangements to have a
grand torch-light procession on Wednes
day night, the fifth of Augnst, in honor
of the nominees of the Bartlett ticket.
GEOROK B. ELLIOTT,
H. 11. POPE,
Committee Bartlett Club, Tenth Want.
Smokers will always bo certain of
flue, unadulterated, and strictly clean
cigars, by buying only those made by
D. Hlrsch & Co.. 174 Water stieet, New
York; factory. No. 073, Third collection
district, New York. Everyone can re
quest to bo shown the. box, and thereby
ascertain the nanio of manufacturer and
p. 11IRBCH CO.
Bouquets and Cut Flowers at Craig's.
vator that the city will not collect
wharfage and build it for them. All
other boats have one common interest,
and that U to have a good wharf. Tax
them all until you have money enough
and build it. The small sura of five
cents per ton amounts to nothing to a
boat that has any business. You may
take your packets that run here and
land at the wharf, and their wharfage
ranees from five to twenty dollars n
1 wees, they making from two to three
trips. What is twenty dollars for a
boat making three trips per week in
comparison topaying a hundred dollars
labor bin extra on account of tbe misera
ble condition of the landing? If a boat
can save a hundred dollars by having a
good wharf, is it not much cheaper to
pay the present wharfageoreven double?
There Is an argument that boats do not
laud on account of the high wharfage.
It is true that large boats have to pay
more, some a3 high as twelve hundred
tons, the long wharfage, or over six
iiours, wouiu amount to sixty dollars;
Ies3 than six hours is only about one-
third that amount, and they do not
lauuueni uuiess mey ininK it will pay
them, but frequently those large boats
land and get from oae to two thousand
dollitn Worth 01 freight. If is because
they have the capacity. A small boat
could not get that amount, becauso lhov
would ' not have the capacity, conse
quently mo wnanage is regulated ac
cording to their capacity. It may so
Happen ouue in a nunurea times that
xchat thevnut off" wnnlil nnk n trial
wharfage, but that is no Criterion, and
we have frequently teen In the papers
mat one ot tue xioumz ooais aid not
land on account of wharface. Thpv
land above or below here with all the
freight they can carry Is the reason Uiey
uoa'i lami, uut, a navo Eeen mose boats
land here wuen they wero not loaded,
and get a thousand-dollar freioht fmm
Memphis. I understand that that the
city cuarrer requnes that the money
collected for wharfage shall be expended
on tbe wharf, or the greater portion of
iu ouuum iub city uau'jreiiise, there Is
a way to make them doit, flat nn In.
junction and have a receiver appointed
in pi'cuu mo muuej wuere tne charter
requires it. But there is no use of that
with the present mayor and clfv irm--
ernment, as the principal part of them
are high-minded Gentlemen. R
of injunctions, some of the counsel
know what they are, as they have been
dealing iu them lately.
DRUG STORE FOR SALE.
Being compelled to close out In thirty
days, I am offering tho entire stock of
tinigs ana iixtures at very reduced rates
for cash.' Finest soda-fountain and fix
tures in the city at a great bargain.
J. b. hills.
Receiver of Curtis & Co., 210 Main sheet.
Fifty boxes Lemons, fresh arrivals.
OLIVER, FINNIE it CO.
Neurit, The instantaneous cure for
neuralgia. Geo. W. Jones & Co. keep it.
THERE IS 50 NECESSITY
For poor bread, rolls, biscuits or pastry,
when housekeepers use Dooley's Yeast
Powder. The perfect DUritv of the arU-
cles entering into its composition Insure
the same results each Ume, which dele
terious Baking Powders cannot. We
challenge comparison with any Yeast
Powder in market, knowing full well
that no other similar article is nut un
with the same care and precision as ours.
We give good weight, and guarantee
quality and quntity as represented.
hot sale at retail by grocers in quanti
ties to suit.
CUBLK MM & HOOVER.
161, 168 and 165 WASHMGTOS" JSTJS3RJRT,
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
IB, BLINDS, FL00BIN&, SDM6
Ceiling, Moldings, Balust era. Palings, Xewol
Posts, Brackets, Sto.
FRAMING LUMBER OK ALL KINDS, TELLOW PINTS CYPRWW popt att
to or1' SU"Loe: Waning, ioPsl'-Eiii
r neiSV Vium AMD
COCHRAN, who are authorized to settlVuTthVbuslne She late nTn' loif-J;
claims due. and have assumed all Unhmiiinf n.v,. ' ",.'m.' to collect all
old stand, and I reeommimi Ihnm t, 7, TnT T.TrSV "'.'.""J""
Memphis, July 8, o J """"" i?c
Jl. I.. COCIIKAIT.
Late of Cochran Si Barton.
MRS. 31, E. COCHRAN.
H- A. IIATCIIBH.
Late wltU M.K.4J. w. Osahttan
(SUCCESSORS TO M. E. A J. 'W. C0CHP.AN) '
LUMBER DEALERS & KMFAuTURERS.
Office anfl Turd, Foot TTashmgton St. Sawmill, North eitd Nary-Yard.
mnMit ? BfHaing hd Kramlne Lumber, Weather
lA.ndSp'r Alao, Doors,
It. L, HEACHAif.
A. W. BOSSETS.
S. X. iAX HA.M
the cheapest hatter 223
O CCKISESW MEN-A flOOD ADVEil
tlsement In a trldslv elrrnlate.1 o...
per Is the best of all possible salesmen. It isa
salesman who never sleep?, tad Is never
, . uiuiuna tiiuj auu i..ii.
who accosts tho merchant in his shopthe
scholar lu his study, the lawyer In his olllce
the lady at her breakfast table; who can be In
a thousand places at once, aud speak to thou-
COTTON FACTORS AND SALT AGEHTS,
No. 9 UNION STREET, aiempMs,rna.
WMr. W.T. BO WORE has charge Of the COTTON DEPARTMENT, and jlvea his ezelu
al vb attention to thtH branch of the bnilntMs. JylT
FOB CAIKO AND BT. LOUIB.
rterapblKaud St. Louis VacUet Company
ForHlekman, Columbus. Cairo and fit. Lonla.
Sir. CITY OFTICKSBURO, ,rr .
R. K. lUley master SaftBaajg
ijavei as arrave Tiun jjay, July lata, at
" ciwfc U.U2. All, C1U1UI,
Bnpt Mississippi River Elevator Company,
sands of people every Week, saying to each
one tbe be-it thing in the bcit manner. A
good advertlrmnt lmnres a huslnein con
nection on lite MOST 1'EIIMANENT AN I)
INDEPENDENT BASIS, and is. in a certain
sense, a GUARANTEE to the CUSTOMER of
fair and mnderatA nripra. R-rnprlenea has
shown that the dealer, whose wares have ob-
Hempnis and St. I,octs Paeket Company
For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis,
nkt'iiiiicr lir.i.i.i. ai I-..M I'll i. .1
uly mui, at
Leaves as above MONDAY, J
8upt Mlsalffilppl River Elevator Comnanv,
FOR OSCEOLA AND A8HPORT.
Itaadolpli, FnKon, Osceola and Asbport
eeKiy coast .ut..
Str. Frank Eorrest, Si
O. KL .lonlln.. . mastl
Will leave every MONDAY and FRIDAY,
mazing ail tue coast i muings.
For f relcht or passage apply on board.
ZSemplilfianJ St. Louis Fncttet Coapnnj
V. s. UnU J.lne.
For Helena, Chicot, UreenvlUe, Vlcksburg
v anu way ianutngs,
Leaves MONDAY, July SJtn, at a p.m.
Snp't Mississippi River Elevator Company.
FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT
lapubUc celebrity, Is not only enabled
, but Is forced to sell, at reasonable rates
and to furnish a good article. A dealer can
make no better invesimcu iuu m iub su
itor Helena. Friars olnt, and I nil Way
James Lee master I suclc . Lee...clerk
Leaves Memphis every MONDAl , WHDNiD
DAY ana FRIDAY.
Vor frelsht or niuasage annlvon hoarrt H12
vertislnc columns oi a isrxeiy circuiiieu
newsnacer. A good advertisement In a
widely circulatednewspaper 1 the best of all
Tuch1 Ttho opinion of QEOROE V.
ItO WELL & CO., who understand the advant
ages or advertislni! more than any Unit in
the United 8taten."
I'or White, Little Ited nnd Black Illvers.
C1UPPER3 AND TRAVELERS
S hiTiVV.n tlie elesant side-.
wheel steamer QUICKSTEP remaining in
the White River trade, leaving Memphis
EVERY SATURDAY at S p.m. during the
enure season. Should we hare low water In
White river, a flrst-class low-water steamer
has already beeu secured to take tho Quick
step's place. The public can rest assured that
we will keep tbe trade open.
M. R. HARRY,
Master Steamer Quickstep.
R. W. LlOHTBURNis, Supt,
Jel7 No. IS Madison street.
Memphis and Clnrlnnatl Packet Company
For Cairo. Evansvlile, LoutsvlUe and ClnelB
ntl. The elecant naaaensrr ntnawnr
sir. ii. n . liHgati,
ioves Tlli DAr. July 3! st, at 5 pja.
OLENN 4 VlNtKiN, Agent
iril on Wharfboat, foot of Uoart St.
FOB NEW ORLKANH.
St. !nls and New Orle ana l'aefcet.
For Vlcksburg.Natchea atuf New Orleam
jib. i. Lit. up uilHYh.ttlKTJ. w. Rea, master
This elegant paaseneer ieasser
IV ill 1
L leave as above
DAY, J uly lldf:, at 9 aJ.
For freight or paswae apply lo
J.T. WASHINGTON. AgeBt, i Madison St.
St. IjOnls ano NewOrlennt Vaefaet C.
For NEW OR'. .KAN and WAY L.VNDIBOS.
Htr. sJohii Kyie. r r "rTir
A. M. Hutchinson maati i
Leaves srNDAt, July lutb, at 9 ajst.
For freig'it or passage apply to
J. T. WABHINGTUN. Ag't-sX Madlawn at.
FOB ARKANHAH KIVKR.
Itefinlir Tnesdnv f - S. 3TmIi i...h
FOR 1'INE BLUrFAND WAY LANDINGS.
lleese rnicnarti...masier l v li-s..lil
.uaviniriBia over ut get nar regular day will
leave TUESDAY. Jnl aut, at Sp nT
. .. . ' .'wn. Anus.
Jylfr Wharlboat. fooi or iwirt.
In Wrappers, for Mailing.
'B-Tills house will be kept Gtmn tfuriMtk
entire year as heretofore, nnlwItliilaSlliai
any reports to the contrary. '
For the summer raocthe nrniilal isliui i ill
oe given, wnereoy gueau may aa far
uu iuuiiuhi reaooi
se c becked to alt 1
board and rooms at red need inimi.
uaggaze cnecKea to an pmoVL
Bneelai attention ptna leM,
uh.i(iui r,,wm wvll.
U-JlAJnO it MORRIS,
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