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TDE3! VCEIMPHIS li)A.IlLlS"J .A.P:P.IL1A::iL- 1,-1874.
An APPEAI.'Ri.TESf aths or srnicRipnox. c mump, out tuoDiA. bt aM)i. C hS, six monCtm. by rnnH X oo . 5 00 . 10 oo .. 1 JO C atmn,M year, y b. r wk. IP cllv. . iMa cogf. ooe month, la city, WBKKLY: 1 1 Mi l"- &a so . a oo KATKH OP AI.YF.RTISINO. IK DAILY APPEAL: 1M toMMhMk, per insure 81 OO per square- OS MsjM Rues natlt. aeoiMkrell make one Hjuaie, mM twelve Mee HMke eae mot), aaeeal NeWce are cents per Hne first in- fHi, cent, per line wees,, nav .7t i par Mae per month. Watst, -, are 10 oeeu par line first infer f cents jter line eae. subsequent acertlon. Xte-ata nfHt Marriage Bottecs, Funeral notices a id ONtwrlw, are .Barged at regular rates. "We -will ml aeeept any ad verMeemenU to fol low reeatskg matter. y ntorVtanth page adverU&omeal, slation- sry. wdw rates. Hsvtaciasaie outm seat lee of charts. Unr mail-book are kept as postofltees aBd aoi by tsHMrtattwl Baates. la oadarliiEBaaenokaaged from onepostofflce Mn& me Basses fr,ia pownucni Wi snltait laUm ami communications noon aabjeela of m neral interest, but such lutvrt atwaflis ee Hcootupaajeu. uy a nwjxiusiuiu VPeSriftMt reteru rej wand'Oom m tin 1'caUons. Ai' leUon. coniiuunleations, or auythlng else taT Um appkal, Bboukl not be .addressed to amy iBdlvWual connected Willi tbe office, s sammy ue APrKd. Memnm. Term. Icr Oknneellor lotn Chanrerr DltWoa, I T I'lKij P: t Te -&ndldate for tile I'. lneHorsii 111 the TenUi Chancery J' yuan at Twinww PIANOS. 1 XANOA AJiD tlBUANS Tuned, repaired k Mhus wtrf-kiuen. ana warxantea. i errter ior elty r wnT STI. Mm.l.HNmiR8"S.' Urtc aMrblBlo FOB SAXE OH RENT. namnerade HA at the renen Vs Oar. I.OST. TOI2CTEtf-A younir llvcr-eoioml pnimer. two A liberal reward w.U be paid for retain us Mi XmW ttreeu " -TjOCKBT-HOOK -A small leather pocket X book; eontaiiUnsaffmail amouotof money and two noteone oa J W. -Warn tor f, a4 aoe o M. U Me'al tor Sbotn part- a Uheral wai t-e.pald for lui re turn to 2&1 Second street. . . . ma OTOCK A5D FIXTURRi-Of a neat fanrfly O grery, in a sooa loeauon. Appiy ai tbta 4Bee. ano ti.r kcwh l.ANU en tbe MlwL-sslDPl iOtftJ p;M8aerieleareiramaUiore- knae; a aoM fnodyara; snippinj point ion. air MttJMnt! anlandid Iceallon for a laijtii' IMoiim nxetvtncaad lorwajxlln ,eare,ejajMp)al office. lAlSlUi-For Kale vry low, a, weu ap-. i? aoiaaod l'rm eriytkin autd ixtan. AiwIjratV m Sola spore, gtocic suet.ar;ta. jy Y,j Madison f rjOCKAWAY A ont riekaway, nearly Lt Bow.oheapfor cab. Appfyal , IjJi H.U. JIW5M'arAgtjy Union at. "TAMSe Cheap for cata, one or tlie lcat . jaoHiuiEsieiDTeoiiDn, Ko r. w. bow 139 aerex. Apply N. MwliMn U Jt. ymiUS ASV WMI.EK Blim. Juqnire Of BKASLKY. BARTON CO., . xt Ko.H0 Front street. JCTTKR FKESH-Ab A Hoi 1 leUer-preua, mttKi- won framed, wltb two urn.we-, '.Li oe oak enap. Apply at JiHfciOFyimii. EglOKSiCe-Sa. Su EzeitanKe tret. tins, K. wwiw.ef .; wail loeated ;ato-Mory brlclc CjjI; a U kaour lateewt. . r, tyM hj Main rareet. Union KlreeU OtOANs--Very. ery low for -d lower than ever on monthly ar roa-onaMe time wltb city ac- SVMaln street. .NsMNK ANU BOiLKK-Ooe eecond-hand and iMMlar in running UUBBINri A OUN.N. order, bv 9ft (Ulll S8L&S0.1 PmSBOBO COAL, U IWU uwvu tbe loofest. AlKO,iey- taan.Oaaael ad bu Barnaiel ooaM, cneap aa -wrtttu juab." Also, WOOD " In. every tVrta." Also, a flaw Kockaway, a .Bogsy, waaoa and a Wood boat. M. K. PACKEK 4 CO, agyxi km eecond street. OLD TYFfi MKTAL . At A rPKA L OFFICE BUCK Korwle ad low as any to tlie mar. ket Apply to -iX.W ofc, . i) V KRTON & lO-Mi 8eeond -ISKTRAL roBITlON A Sot-claw and V' strictly cen rat piaitlon, on Main street, admirable at! rUl UiT a " salesroom or , -f lime oattoe,' eaa ha obralBeti on early ap pTtntlon to TltrziiVANT A CO, a,. K Csjloe. atroat, JVee Block. 4 1 0at One bandi-ore furnisbeat roonvon mM isa KMtasMia street. aui t street. Atttaly P1 lo BKN MAY. kmtbern LI e I su ranee Co. -Toa. AND D l.L-L. N i-Two-story brlet Mere and Owtsmae, rront street. uowaaoaaMetenas Applwat ' a ' ' rwn ... b j n rt un . u tt j; O ensures 1 Two new uteres. ouFgood jarxe jrooatts Ih seaoni sorr, ooaad QAstaxn. vtc., Nos. HsM Mi Vau:e sWe- sear corner Causey. tWnwi t - Taee ceoil atstrea oa JBeale strett, Xtviiafcaik. .... -o k -cond stree' lsi s-HT lfcrttv-i tsatuilu.AaarDair Main ison-tm.-ts. Vf. CoyVAV - No. m Mam son street. "I? enJENClC - On UnVw atn between eigut rooms, loialllll hi 11 of UMott asd DeiSotn. ra rooms. a-nr.. Iwi 11 an fM 1 n fnap aAhit nnil , aortB im iMm mi. between Thin j i. C1-tiiini. h---ftat" h atan h att nfeeriktw street, be- brra and tMrcli :0kM aLd KltCtM-Il. eee, tsea.,Uirt;e BasMcuo- NmtU.lt eamertVf 4n and lon -letoc, six rooms in frfteu ntt foartn rear. In LMXl onler. I at sans Put of Boote ota nortfcwest eor AHT Of WePli'Stm atst WaytPiio, Tabree good ToonBt, huge jara. Kesialiace- Wc n Vadimn street, -nortfi laidisejen roam. in alt; second bwxb. east of Mmffi iwe-Two-atofy fraioe on MeLemore anne. north tute. aUMt Isswe eaot or State CaUase; eaBttW eight rooms, 1)4 acrcaui cnsusi, gooa ornara anu saraeit. a. ti. . CyjiAWA y. No. Iu Madison at RtSbt UtNl.lv Krom June 1st. residence No. M M ail n nn sarwo, tin .11 in w Block; con liilaslwal a.ur lyuitow togm-. Apply to yt a, a. yzxsiS, zZfiiuu at. VTOTTAO K - Vitb six roosts, 170 Vance BtreeL, J TpaKAUMaln &SE u J. V. BOTKJ. toroar 11. ruanao and ' I Vahre. iarjl JJU--fool aUlal piaiaiaaiiirDledroUaS aor.iearfrroai ""fiH at kAatd vunHm and Its. allld avnaa ABalyto I or to ' to wsaa. tog. StHalKKCii-A kplewdid MHrtroaa place. JV lira. MMm. four acre, of grewpa, (Setuy lMemy 1 Ajnaueeu 1 lp(pS-Nlcly rnrtaiabed front rooms rrom 1 . m AtM5 ner month. m M shi street "IJatWDsarcE -M iesMence,-No.a;8 Boelby ai .awt, witn (sr wiUAwut carnaaae-botuc. 1 ftatajs'o iietmutar.Jtafw; two good eU- I lytt jTH. tomkny, mma rltnaaon "IteifSSe. awoaa T m AD HKKP,Na-11 ,UI IsjUBSns, wt tat sf. riHh iaini ibc buUMlnx. sd -A MaeHnoa sUeta. Apply utolMo swuem uiprW(e-.l Jaaluai insnraiwo OomiKtny. a atlL R IT9l iVklllAlIlJ t!7 hi xtv n 1 a las of neWfHniltani ki lo wSl tvs kohl cihi. Kent, taw pr nrnw, a hu-fv-f pjQysjsf tuoucan be uiile by a cout& WjNIUEKC d. -134 Umu t rt. ; jaowaalon given Xi mnat. l-at- M. HOCHHTApfERTziO Main. 1 sMtli-PlOf rront sweet store, between f, 3staas and , 40 by SO. wltlt cellai TSStsetPfi 1. ANDKKV.'H WINS. Mrttt KS lluut Ktrett. r.M COITAOL V t Hint, if. 7 ottfaer eeAUt-ea,, 84 Mimuimmi street, lorm 1 a kaaleoB. Autilv to X trty'ows; mfxt 0LIVKR, FINNlE 4 00. -On stsssstt) stnt;' Ken- He Mh street. 1 5 13t6b:Mffi SfaBO ARB. kn OOMB Elegant furnished ot unfunalshod FOUND. FOUND AT LAST The cheapest lionse In b city lor Boots and Shoes, 401 Malu i-U HH K. W.STBMSlI.KKt(: STRAYED. i"10W--n the SfitU lnsL, a black and while ' J spoiled cow, has diamond-shaped brand su left JitpKhorL, liorus inclined in, very fat. A liberal revsM paid lor her return to corner Jftneaaveime and Alabama street. SirUATION To cook for amall family, to take care of an invalid or eblldree; beet of reference!, tsail at LoKaieue Acaaemy. h A nm-auu dry kooiIs naJesman. None ouier need apply. 386 MAIM OT. WKLL-BORISO Wells to bora with the Heath patenlauger; alfc0.toollthrlRnt tor Fayette and Haywood eotmUex. Leae orders at BaderV planing mill. 10 eoana kU OITDATIOK by a reneectablc elrt In a prl- O vale laauiy, to cook, w.wi u. uu to do bouse cork. Appiy fc w r rain wiffi. TOOK An A No. 1 cook for a small family; j good wages, auuroj aujl r. B. 0-. thin office. -I IRt-A iieod aervant slrl. Applyat Ko. 7 VT iladlstai street, U rent western mtpaien offlce. . . omjATlt' S A8 TiaiCIIER-By adady com- O petent toteacli tbe Ksgiun oraucuesauj mn.iA nn' mftno: referencta etveti and re qqlred. AdUreas Miss K. J. rUSMGTOJI, Lagrange. Tenn. am paw OTUDENTJS To attend tlie day and Might O seaslonaor KJneanya uusineaa bpuese, MalnTeet.overJtarnnma jeweirycwre. VAULT t LKANINO The new CdorleM Ex cavattngApparatus lor emptying vault, nob, cesspoolK, cellar, well and excava. UonK.lnIbdaytlmewitbootoBene. Prompt attention looruere, 11 v pumu . n . o,nMun. annllestlon. Mn IK and 101 Warfilnglou street, Memphis, Tenu. JI lTUATltiN By a praoti. i'' Englisli gar UifmumhiT nnmDetarit for tbe man. afcenient oT glass vegeUule gardening, ju-dress John Holm,carei1. John Overtun, Maxwell House, Nashville, oood relereneea. X STANTED-YOaR ATTENTION TO THIS YV 4IKMPHIS AWS1NU MANOKACTO- Rlt. 31 WTUHlnglon St. awqiui oi ait siii made to oraer. tiablnet work and Furniture, n.,ri. nrid nnidred.re-UDhnlstered. varnished. aad packed for shipmeuw Carpets taken up. cleaned anu ralald. All work called for and de livered free of charee. u.Hun'x.MiEHu Tote tho white man's ticket If Jon would hare Memplilsaiii Slielb eonnti proroerona. LOCAL PAKAGRAPHS. Mr. C B. Stewart, preferring not to I uamace me interesa oi ton wuue tua.u a ucaet, wiuiurew iium uio aa dlaate lor consiaoie in me iiitit civu district yesterday. Good. The initials of Mn Marsh, iu the card of Colonel F. A. Tyler, in yester day's APPEAla,shouldiiave been "Wil liam Xi ana not " w. u.," aareporieu. He isscuool direotorXrom the fourtoentli dietricLi The Radicals are circulating reports that all fureignera who received natural ization papers from Judge Heiakell can't -vote- rue report isia.se. i.et noiumg keep yoa'from'votin!? Uie Bartleu uckcc, lauu yc aurcaius tov;i.u uuiuv P ,Ve take pfeasilfe In " announcing tnat nearly two nuntireu rrencmnen, who have heretofore never takenpart i a any eleetion, went before Judge Hels- Kell, got uietr uacuraiizauoa pa,ierB, auu will to-day vote solid for tlie Bartlett ticket and the perpetuation of a white man'fl novernmeuL All praise to the good and true Franks. General Gordon. Cnptam J C. ilaccabe, Messrs. T.W. Jadrige, Dorris, audoUieri,nioke toa largo and enthusiastic- meetinc at tne corner of Main and roplafstreets last nigiiu rue gai lanLsecoad ward respundod nobly ami showed Lv the actions of its residents tnat tney couia ue uepenueu ou to-iay to walk, up and poll a handsome ruajor- f- tl.n .t,fi .nnnu lli.truf- 'I'l.ot llv jut uio ifuiw auaau a uvdi.- -uh. thev repudiated the irresponsible, tral Coking, oUlce-Boekiug liorde and would put none but goou men in oincp Alady who recently siifTei-eil to a eotiBulerable extent by the burning of her home and household elTects', says it seems se strange tnat insurance agents are susceptible of suencnanges. "vvny," says she, "when they came to my house to inspect my furniture they all re markeii.'How elegant! How line! How can you think of ri?kinr? so much on. such a small policy? Why, I would not think of it.' But after the fire, when everything was badly damaged, the cry was, 'It waa comiron stuff, anyway, and the Ions wont be much; but the policy was most too large.' " We learn! from a reliable source yesterday that a number of Influential gentlemen expressed themselves as pos itively oppuseu tu puuucai proscription, In -whatever feature It may be presented; but in the present contest, when the vi tal (juestion of social relation between the white and black races has-been tor tured into a political Issue by Bunmtr's villainous civil rights measure, they pos itively asstrt mat not one oi tnetr ser vants and work r i en will be retain d who votea against tbe Bartlett move ment. Some of these gentlemen have as-many as- twelve and' fifteen, colored people in tnetr employ. It should be- "remembered by. .the judges of the election to-day that every necro sentenced to imnrisinment in the 7T'lpen1$eniary cr county Jir;is, forever aner,-irendered:infamou3r- anil deprived of the iiriyilege of votings There are many- sucli' In the city who, having served out-their time, are back in their oiu nauucs 01 vice, ana wiudououess to-day present themselves as voters anu nt ones at mat or tne. itauicai ticket. Some one of the officers of the J criminal court should be at the polls' to I "spo" these ex-convjuls and turn , them, over to the police. These latter, However, Know tne jaii-biras at MKbt. jjiOok out for smiling .Barbour's tioket; 1 of-leavemen. : - "Why Is Harbour Lewis like Jack'; Falstair? Answer Becawo he is "A sweet creature of bom bast. Jtrttf ci 80 surleWH well ed, so old, anefmprofaoo. Why telio like the usurping Daqe? Answer liecausc n.e uiuatrates me true ism "Ttut one may amile and .smile, and be a tH lain." Why does he resemble "Iago?" An- ! swer Because be la deceiving the lAaclit, and nfs the figure limned by limlly, or tne supposed man wtio bad betray ea "utneiio :" A basy and Instnnatlnir rOirue. A eoggiug, coaentua: slave, to get some ofllcg." Why doeu he resemble the deformed "Uloster?" Answer Because be "Wanls love's majesty tf strut birfvnre a wanton , am tHng nymph, and besides , hasjie tttld. ttaalaclioQs 4aiKeroiis, kaWLPjrnrmeaes, jlbetawta dream, is, jJoeMmm ni and tftr Mack Iti deadlr bate the one against Ibe other!" 3 - r When Mn lift Shnrnnrfnlnlv ii.v u7llhi- the Moor- A-i f -j j 1 auKarewe)l Otheho's ocouoaUen's gone!'' Answer After the eleotloas to-day. Uou't Sflratch the Hnrllett llrbnl. an uon,twpfarany one of the Radical oppunenu or the white race. Attbkd llobcrtbouB Business College. v ,.1 r . 'frj wan on tlie Bartlett IK VftU Unlit, n tty.lt..a 7 "V ajiuwb) e, in Jfcllerwm atreet. whern V.ill ra Iirae Iia Itn ni(4.,l - ------- prietv m S'e and BcitoOL-DESKS, 200 Second Jslreet. LIL' - ' Just BeceivivD. a beautiful tion of linens,' ducks, drillimrg. -vent. ines, etc, at waggener's, ammt. nwr. ... . - chant tailor,- corner Madteon aud Main streets, jno. o3. . to aUxldlo'. BiuIucmi Vplltce. Don't wralcli tlie Bartlett ticket, and tloa't swap for any one tit the Badical opponents or the 11 bite race.. b'ECQNfHAND furniture anil otvuIh nf I ery deacriptlon, 00 Second street. - GENERAL COUNCIL. i Regular Jlontkly Meeting KeporU or Onicera Message from Uio Major on Finances., , i ? I Stokes's Place not Fllled-Jdck Walsh In lils Place Again BcportB or Com mittees BesoIntlon3 Etc. G'OHJIO.V CODNClIa, In the absence ol Chairman Hewitt, Mr. Barlnds was elected temporary chair man by the board. Present Kelly, Tuther, Chase, Walsh, Camp, Hewitt, Keck, Clouston, Morti, Thomas, Page, Harvey, Happek, Carpenter, Jobe, Beder, Moore. His honor tne mayor swore iu Councilman Beder from tbe ninth ward, who took his seat. The reading ot tlie minutes was sus pended. Tne mayor's message was read before a joint session of both boards, anu also a communication from the city attorney refusing to approve the Dbud'of Walters, sanitary police,, on the ground tUat it was agaiuafthe city ordinances. Matok'soticb, City 31 all, l iiEiiriits, August S,1S7(. ) Honorable Boart of General Council; Gentlemen I leg leave to submit for your consideration, in accordance with, law, the financial condition of the city on July 1, 1874. You will also find an exhibit of the outstanding bonds is sued durfngtheyearsl867-0S and 1S65); on which the question of the city's lia bility is raised. The statement shows the date of issuance, time, by whom is sued, for what purpose said to be issued, amount of bond, the sum the city real ized for each bond, and the date of sale, or whatever other disposition was made of them. The city has this day learned' who is tbe bolder of tne thirteen bonds ot one thousand dollars each, sent toi New York November 11, 1868, td pay the January interest. The records do not show that anythinirwas heard of the bonds afterward, except that the cou- pons have been presented from time top) time. Tne bonds are numbered from 2079 to 2991 inclusive. I would recom.- mend that the matter, be referred to the city attorney. Very respectfully, JOIIN LOAOUI5. Ma) or. The mayor recommended the election of Mebsrsr. M. Hill, W..S. Bruce' and W. A. Goodman as sinking-fund com missioners. The ballot was cast by tho sergeaut-at-arms. The mayor placed tho name of John Sullivan iu nomination as captain of tiro company No. 4, to fill the vacancy occa-J slonea oy tne ueaui or james BtoKos. The body elected John, McMahon, which not receiving the major's approval, was thrown out and another ballot taken, which resulted as before. The mayor arose and stated that he would meet the body in privato caucus and deliberate over the matter, being satisfied that he could convince them that he was right in his decision. The chairmau, Br. Hewitt, arose audi stated thathc had just returned from the court, aud was satisfied that Mr.. Walsh would be restored to nis seat, itne board then allowed Mr. Walsh to take his chair. ( jpr-dtnau Beder was excused. Th tiection of a councilman to 1111 the vacancy m tho fourth ward' was post poned umd next meeting. A numi.er oi requisitions irom tne uu- ferent bends of departments were' read anil a., wed. The committee on accounts recom mended the paying of salaries due tbe cityotnoers unda number of miscella neous accounts. &. communication from Mayor Iioague asking the council to give the police board authority to appoint twenty ;ex-J tra noucemen ior eiecuon-uay waa reau and granted. Anumueror Duisirom tne uoard of aldermen were read and tho action of that board concurred in. The petition of the Planters insurance company, for a reduction in their tax assessment, was again read, with the, rec3mmeudation of the city attorney aud committee of investigation that-the prayer be granted. uouuciiman xiannus in oven to tauie. which waa carried. The petition of Mrs. C. M. Gaylor. for a reduction of taxes, was rejected., 'tne Did oi Angus uampDell to niaKe the tax-books up for three hundred dol-. larswas, upon the recommendation of tbe committee, accented. Tne petition of jb. u. ocuaner. asKinKU what disposition to make of tbe amounts in bis bands belonging to the. sinking- lunu, wss, upon uio recommendation 013 tho committee, ordered to be turuedT over to the commissioners as soon as they file their bonds. commenuing the purchasa of a lot on Too report or tne nre committee re- Main street, near Elliott, in place of.one on the comer of Main and Linden, was adopted. Tne committee made a very leugtbyand exhaustive report concern ing, the Chelsea bose-carriage, and the "necessary appliances," the payment of the men.whicn they show were illegally appointed by the mayor. They also re commend that the hose-carriage , and horse be turned over to the chief of the HraaUepartmeut, who is the proper cus todian. Action on tne report was post- ponea. A number of petitions for reduction. of taxes on property, that were referred to committees, were read and the ac tion of the committees adopted. Tne council concurred In tne action or tbe board of aldermen to advertise for bids to macadamize Madison street from Third to Charleston avenue, mate rials lo be lurnisned by the city. Adjourned until Monday evening at three o'clock. .. . HOAUD OF ALDERMEN. The board of aldermen met in regular monthly session, President Bobbins, presiding, and present Aldermen Dwyer, Metcalf. M-ilatesta. Dent. Cicalla. White. Boyle and C'alllgan. RISADISQ TUB MINUTES. General Williamson entertained the: assemblage with a rehearsal from the re cords of the proceedings of the numerous meetings of tho past month, during the progress of whichamessage waa received rrom tne common council requesting a sitting of the two bodies in JOINT bESSION, and the aldermen adjourned to the coun cil chamber. After the business of the joint session was dispensed, the alder men returned to tueir coamoer. anu tne reading of the minutes was concluded. piouounced correct and approved. ueporta or City, uincere. CTTY IN8PKCTOK. Mxmpiiih, Jnly 31, lKji. - si,n.nnrahla General Council i .. . -. - - - t i" mo nonor tosuomii, ior your conmde-nttion- my report of the collec- Uqnw of the city lnsnector's office for tho mouth of July, 1874. The total col lections, from all sources, during, the month, were $219 . Bespectfufly sub mitted, .., rp. iiAu-.a..-,, vity iu.iecaor. BOARD OF HEALTH. KmaiaTAB . 'S OW1CE, 14"W. CouitT 8t.,1 August 1, !t7(, f To tuo Honors ble.Oeneral Council r The board of health respectfully sub mits a report for ihe month of July, 1H74; Kxnense of sanitary force for , month, Including S364 fer the removal or table and fiiicuen garoage, ium. Tho mortuary report for tho month Irf- cludee wliitej, tm; omens, oj; males, bl ; lemaies, 00; aauiis, 01; minors, so; under one year of age, 46; under five years of age, 79; feiill-bom, U; from hos pital, 13; lotsj. I06. uno hundred and thirty-live indigent fclck have received ait! from the dispensary. The nuisance complained ot by Councilman Thomas naa 1-0 lax teen remedied as lay In tbe lower of the board of health. During tbe hot scacon the board of hoalth haa suspended tho olTeusive and. unwholn. seme bucket system of removing night Boll. Since last report, however, anew method has been introduced into tlm ritv anil thft TTlenihera nf tha laoa,.ltiA tm. iarefnllv WAli'liml Itn aiir,f.cari -working, and fully indorsing its vast wouliltrecommenil Its geu-- ipectfullysubmltteil, 1 iabd n'TAYTjort; nr. n., f BccretaryJMoard of iieami. CITY TBEASUKER. Mkvriris, August 3, ltTt. Honorable General Cwnricili The followlne Js myreixirt of rereliil landlpaymentit Jroni Julwlst to August fed, inclusive:- ' ' iJeecyi CSij'i. . To cash balarcejforrmandamuS' tax MfllPjKi lroni usMKsippi ibivcr raiiroau tax From relmbnrslue lax 19.5W73 1S,1S5(I0 From V. C Kchaper, general taxes. From F. C Nchaper, privilege lax.. FroinK.l.Schaper. .MK1 llivcrll.lt. Fromjriiapcrrjuamiamua taxL From V. C Hcusier,relmlitring tax From U.M. covetniiu'tit iasrlnes.amw From llr. Thornton, pay patients F.om fines and penalties of police bo-ml .... . .. From P. M. Winters, recorder. From John Mulroy, Klatlonhouse- Fioui J. J. Barry, north market-master From Wm. 11. i'liilllpa, south market- 758 75 5,02i 03 C,V(I ( M 2 U 9 00 73 00 215 00 677 00 KV5 15 1.41S 09 From Edwani Hhaw, wharfage. masier., Total recelvsdjjrom allourccs. S65,811 08 Jhiylnwti Ootid On maors warrants on account of ' general fund.. K1,61I 88 On mayor's warrOTits on account ot Miss, iurer K. K 1 On mayor's -warrants on account of mandamus . ,JW) 00 9,QJW Total- Balance.. 52i,lia Mr. Uess amount receipts In change war-"1 ranti. .SS5,?08 11 Actual cash on hand belonging to va- rlous.Xuuda Jnlcrttt Account. To cash balance.. ..SS8,120 41 . 12JSX US ...8,017 is To cash from F.C. Schaper.. Total. Mayor's warrants paid and'eancelled,9 tvl! Bitlince" lnterest'on hand . Jlapjiyllol'ov fun f SXjfiH 61' To cash(framohniLoaLgaetmayor3, fi,41tt CO 4 Disbursed RS"per recelpU4ei 1,715 OOf : -Am, X Tt w I Balanoaion hand. X S5",1S3 (0. EespecUtmub'nattai Acting City Treasurer. LAMPS. MEnrnis, July SI, 1871. To the. Honorable, Commute oniClghUand' Lamps: GentTiEMEN The following is tho number of -oib and. gos-lamps reported. not lighted during the month ot July: Oil-lamps, 97; gas-lamps, 7; total, 104. Eespectfully submitted, p. k. athy, ' Chief PoUce. LUMBER JKSrECTOll. MemI-uih- August 1, 1671. Totlie Honorable feneral Council: Gentlemen During tho month of June and July I have measured of cy press, poplar and cottonwood logs, 690, OOO feet; yellow pine and poplar planks, 37,000 feet; total, 727,00(1 feet. Ke"pect fnlly submitted. M. boland, Lumber Inspector. CHIEF OF FIHC DEl'ABTMHNT. Number ol tiros,.15; loss, $17,750; in surance, SS700; Nummary of expenses, ;S47C8 66., BespectftUlyr-submitted.. M. MfFADDN, Chief; CITY HOSPITAL PHYSICIAN. Dr. G-. B. Thornton, hospital physi cian, reported as follows: Tfnmberof patients remalnlngat lasLre- port ... ., & -Number admitted during the month ' 141 Number treated daring the month-. 229 Number discharged durfag tue.month..ll2 Number died during the mouth . - 17 Number remaining July SOth. luu The mariner account for tbe month amounts to $218, a statement of 'which has been furnished tho surveyor, of cus-' toms forsettlement-with the city treas urer. Deceived from pay-patients and turned over to the city treasurer, since last re port, $0. I will take occasion to suggest to you the propriety of authorizing the. mayor to make a contract with one ol tbe coal merchants for at least- fifteen hundred barrels of coal for the hospital. next win ter, as coal may be purchased now at a lower rate than later in tbe year. This report waa accompanied witn a requisition. for commissar wo.rnonui 01 August w, lowed, -r a . CITY ENQINEEB. . This official reported in substance as chronicled below: Salaries.. s 4i (a Offlce expenses. Streets and alleys:. City HospltaU. Uuarantfne rrrrTf 5H ' . '. 1 Lignta and Lamps-.- 27 75 28 25 23,75 iJJib terns. anltarv- Force at.1 "Wharf and'Landtng..fi..... qtjsjlali I 1 "7,1 Total .S9r'JI 51 The work done by tbe street foice in each ward is given in detail, of which we give the following summary: First ward I 975 03 Second ward.. 4C(05. Ttilrtl word... J73.tt 757 25 -a SO 15J-08 414 20 17 20 201 20 Fourth ft am-., .Filth wanl,. Sixth ward Seventh ward. Eighth ward-.. Ninth war!.- Tonth ward. . 1VQ1105 Thererwrtalso'contalns.anitem fonre- moving stone on the wharfand'lantllng, $75 80. CITY KECORUEB. fjjStcas!! tJ hNumber.released N umber Numbor tried and discharged Amonntflnes, assossed Slif Amount',mlttimuses Issued 1 Besnoctfully submitted. - " P. M. WINTERS, City ltecordor. All of which was approved and ordered filed. BEPOBTS of committees. Alderman "White, from" "the special committee on assessments, reported "that nearly all the petitions for-r educ tions of assessments on property bad. beeu rejected. The report wa adopted without reading. This committee also reported adversely on the petition of the Turner hall for relief from taxes. Alderman Metcalf,. from the special committee to investigate the city-attorney's position on the oond cases against, tho city, reported favorable. Adopted. Alderman Dent, from tho special committee.' on the wharf and landing, asked and was granted further time. Alderman Hitlsman, from the special committee on the Bridges Digest clause in reference to tbe city register's fees, reported verbally that the clause should be changed so as to reid as the original. Tbe verbal report not-being la order, tbe committee was allowed further time. BEPOBTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES. ' - Alderman Dwyer. from the improve- (superiority, wouli erftlSise.. iKespec J , ? 'JHCIIAB 1 JlnodS3E:.qK lts i 5 I J2 2j- 170 ment committee, suDmitted a list of Dius u, following preamble and resolu for stone and grave! for paving purposes, tion. offered bv Mrs J. H. Martin, were recommending mat tne bid of Mr, M. 1 Larkin. who will furnish IS esbitt crave). from sixteen and a half miles below tbe city, on tho Mississippi and Tennessee railway, at one dollar and fifty; cents per cubic yard; and the bid of Messrs. Fas-. sick & Co., who propose to furnish stone 1 at twodollars and seventy-five cents per I , . , . ., .. . 1 . . 1 1. V... ..u v. bVHUUlUlull all 11113 1.1 L Y aui tlltl perch of tenty-flve cubUi feet, be adopt- 1, purpose of thoroughly investigating the. edas-tho lowest bids.. The report Waal,u,dlUon oftl.ocnvJBOVorn iitinnlmattalv nnnnfMl 'fllrAi i rrnIf-nrAf I II discussion. The sa"me committee rejected, tho pe tition to gradefit. Paul Btreet, Adopted. On the petition of property-owners on Courfstreet; the committee recommend the granting of the prayer of'the coin- mitteo. Several other matters of minor im port were reported upon by tbe commit tee on improvements, and tho, reports were adopted. Alderman HI) Ism an from the com mittee on finance, ways and means, re ported on the petition of the Meichants' insurance company for exemption of certain p'roporty from taxation, favora ble; action deferred. ADDITIONAL ODICEV r The.inayor's request tbaWhofgeueral council authorize ftfie employingni; of twenty-five udditioual policemen -for duty on election, was auupiATu. REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ACCOUNTS, The report ofcjhe .committee on ac countg was read andj&Iopted. ' THE TAX BOO ICS. The contract for writing up the tax bookft was awarded! Angus Campbell by.thtucommon -council, the. board of aldermen concurring. THE JAC1CS0N INSURANCE COMPANY. A petition from this.corporatlon for.re- duction of assessment, ottered ny Aiaer man White., was actedkupou without rreadlngby 'referrinB te;the tinancp cbm-Jj rinlttee.' - -i. i.'J The board then adjourned loMouday afternoon at three o'clock. - TiiiiH;iiAnBi:K.ot- comhbkce. SlfCUlnr MoullitytSJecllus luijiorlaanil' The tlllaena' Prolecllre Union. Tho. chainbeitof commercofiielil Its regular monthly meeting' yesterday at mo cotton exenange, vice-x-resiuent' Gates presiding. There was a very Blim attendance, but those present were among our best business men. Secretary Toof read the. minutes of the prevfousomeetibg, which" were' ap proved. " v -" An application from P. M.Batterson & Co. for membership was-jire8entel, and, under.a suspension ol the rules, the firm elected. Mr. Hanauer,,from the committee ou cotton manufactories, reported that about fortythousand dollars; bad been subscribed.PThe committee was allowed further tlm'e.v . . - , Owing to absence of some -of its mem Ier8, the committee pn'tmorchants' tax failed to re1Tot.cyata?;: SecretaryZEobf presented the following report of imports andfexports for the ADDles. bbla Ate, Beer and Porter, ores Agricultural implements. No. Bran' and shorts, sacks.-. Beans, bbls Beer, bbls Bacon, a.t-a ... j-NiKgiug, pieces- liacon, us Bacon, boxes.. Boots and,Hhoes, casfBj..,,,.. isnuer, pacxages.. uoium, uaies. Cotton-seed oil cake, sack iXKton-seea, saegs.;. corn, sac xs. Cornmeal, barrels. Candla..iackaees.. OementandPiaster. bbu.- tllieese, boxes. uouee. Mici... Candy, boxes.. t hickens. coons- Cinned Fruit and Oysters, cases! Crackers, boxes and barrels 1 aiue, ro. neaa.. Dry Goods, packages. H?gs packages., KUtt, pactEagcs. OOXC3. JInv. bales-. Hams, tierces, Hides. Ko . Hardware, packages. ice. casks. Liard. Iard. kcirs&nd.caAcs iiime. Darreis - Liiouors nackatrcs. Moiasses and Syrnp, barrels. nans, icess.. Oats. sackK, Onions, barrel. Oil Cdtton-seed, bnia. uii tjoai, uarrets, Fork, casks; Hoik, barrels, I'orK. piece, Pork, boxem. Potatoes, baircis.. Mir Kugart'bbdaSte. no gar, Darreis, HuKr. boxes... , ii72i ijm Ml' 405 ! 1047 ' 458 Heap, boxes.... Han. Darren l,7l 151 xotacco.caaui 2,123, 135 1,403 44 08 4S0 372 Tobacco, Imxes.. Tits, bmidlea....-.-Wlieatrsocks... .. Widkky-, bsin-ls v hlttVLeadi Kcg;y. . Wlne.,packRtai .at ..U -aau , aa, -A...3T.stt-.'ii The secretary stated that he had re ceived 0 number!, of letters regarding crop reports, all of which he had an 3W rod according to the bestiuformation at baud. (Jeneral Fizer presented the following resolutions: ' - Jlcwived: Thato for tlie advancement of'tbl! ie oartimefciaT interests of'lhe city of Memphis, iu.jjie- establishment of clbsercouneetlousTlowerrates of freight on 'fcottongoing"'east, and a quicker transit for passengers hence to Norfolk, the following gentlemen representing Jaques, General Mahoce and"Kuperiu. t cnuem nenry Piuir, ueneral jonn l. itather and Hupcriutcndent Boss, and their general freight agents, and the su perintendent and;, freight agent of the Old .Dominion line, ba resnei-.tfiillv In. - vitedto IneeUthis "body and the cotton flrlinnprt ri aiirrt o ' I f r n a tnon ltr mr.u SW uu aJaaa-U H UU M0 UtHJ UO tUUC convenient to them, for the. nuroose of consultation, aud tiie;inaugurstion of Rplana lo. compass the end desired; if ' 7?,.n;iT? .'rl.l ll,a Mlna-lnr, vmviww auaiv avuu twiiuiriu(j aic air poluttd a committee to meet the above named gentlemen, to wit: W. P. Proud tit, N. Hill, E. M. Apperson, I.M.Hill, W. AV. Guy, Ben. Elssman, G. Falls, J. J. Busby, B. A. Thompson, and John C. Fizer, who will present tho views'of tho "merchants of Memphis' to the man agement of the several railroad compa nies between this city and" Norfolk. i?esofpctf, Thafi. if; convenient to Messrs. Wilson,- :Mahone.?Jatiues. and .others, we wouldSaugccstsiOTednesday. ,the . tweutysevojithioffAugUsti in tho city of Memphis, as a suitable day of meeting. Mr. Proudilt moved to amend by.in- eliimugtue, president ,autlL superintend-. Konfcbf the EhtleBocludJFortliiHmith roads. i & V v," The resolutions, as amended, were theni adopted.. rt -.. Maior J..JiiBusbv offered the follow- Ingjresolutiohjinjirelation to freight-line west 01. laieiupuiBE. Whebeas, Considering the Impor tance to the- trade ofr-Mempbls ot an equitabletbroughfrdghtUatiiCon cotton and general merchaniJiaePmoving to or from Memphis on. theiwest, and espe cially to anu irom tne. cities 01 jjauas, Shreyeport,.Jefiersgn, antlothertpointa In northwestern Texas'- and- Iibuiaiana, which trade naturally seeks Memphis as a market, ' - , Jlaolved, That a "committee of seven; be appointed by the chair to confer with the Memphis and Blttle Bock railroad, and other connecting lines west, and If possible, secure tbe adoption by such lines of fair And reasonable freight rates between Memphis and the points named. Mr. Proudilt seconded the resolution, which was adopted, and' the following committee appointed: J.J. Busby, J. T-Pettiti J. T. Flynn, superintendent Memphis and Louisville railroad; A. 6. Liver more, superintendent Memphis and Little Bock, railroad; W.J. Boss, superintendent Memphis aud Charleston railroad Ben. Kismah, Jf H.. Martin. " -a it "i -.r.-" 1 r. , , , to both committees bn transportation uu uiuiiuu, vreueiai A7ier was auu?u ra,,i nnd adnnted: Whekbas, We aro informed that-the people's protective union have earnestly begun tbe. good and. noble work of re form by appointing acommlttee of ex-, pert accountants to work in" concert with 1 a committee from tb- boards of alder- c,i ,.n. ..r ,1,1. i. " . . . T . . . everydepartment'with a view of exbos. lug wrongs aud correcting errors it any exist, and to suggest and. Inaugurate a more tliprougluandfperfectf. system of keeping the accounts "bf the city as to checks and, balance?, to the end that a more." economical administration of onr city affairs maybepfrfocted: ilciolvcd, That tho chamber of com merce of the city of .Memphis fully andl heartily indorse and approve this noble, i.'.i.v aa.ivaaaa ...... a cucilalliaaieill, 111 13 , recently begun by the people's protec-i live union, that they merit tho annual wnntoi reiorm anu retrenchment thus and support of every good citizen, and , that, we osabodybid.tjiem Godspeed In tho good work. a Jong communioition from Mr. bitant freights charged' by eastern lilies oa iJiemptiis ireights, and tne remedies .therefor, the communication contains tthe following recommendation ; : "Tho'lines that Memphis has are suffl. iatAAf. .ltTA K,.ulo n.l . I. again besides, as far as her relations with the east are concerned. It can be uojie simpiy uy. luuupiug greater com- Cetition, andfiui!io!ent competition can e induced by combining the interests of the shippers, so as to glvo the lino that, bids the lowest a great quantity of freight Immediately. If they are stub-. rl)oii!t scratcIiltheBartlettfilctct, anil uoii t swap ior any. uno- ut 1110 nauical SSS.721lil AltTlCLZS. ,.ss'Sl 1 : li I 1S' 70 ' 525i 1,957 56 51! ism. 12) i.m ma is 30 I o 21 1,153 1.571 , ....-,, . ... 4.ll 440 i .- StO, 724 1,13141 tft5 065 125 2,43 10,140 S , W t,tKl '23,479111.781 IOI-T: 9fiaX ' 8' 170 ,, ' ' 807! 373 79' 68 --1 15201 r,no 4.4521 22a .(OH 3S8 si. ifrr 1 539 2JBSt " 67S 1 lienuT t, laa tJ...i,.....,.?. , 1 W'4 419 I ITf ! IMA, 113 7351 4li , 2Jli 8JO) 5611 3J1S ! Hll 111 .rtr, v.. r? I-- mi : r?rr.jt Iran 1 nrx lSli ooo 31C' S4I 1 9i!?;it lr ... I -,-78! IJilO 1 110, - 23 133 1 Iffll PJZ . I 4121 27S , 9 nnnt Aot zzzzz zzzLrf . - " 7' 1 (at Hi 277 3721 iw .opporieata of the niii ornce. born, or combine against the eliinnerR. Liben8elect one line, if it is able, to do tne wnoie ousiness at tne time; u not, select two, and give that one orthose two all the freight until some other one makes concessions." On motion of General Flier, the com munication was referred tullio commit tee on eastern freight lines. The chamber then adjourned. Toto the white man's tfeko If jon would have Memphis and Slielbj count r pro.'perona. SOW IS THE ACC'lUTUD T1MK. TJio ZtieccMlCj- for Ariloa Sivtpry Vote Cast To-Day CoiiDiitv Every ITliSte Mru mint Vnle Ibe Uart Jclt Ticket. Editors Appeal The time for ac tion la at hand. Tho camp-fires of Radicalism are at their greatest bight and burning- steadily. They will not dim, for fuel is constantly being added. They are conscious of tbe necessity of complete unism of thought and individ uality of action. Not one vote will they tail to cast; to the contrary, illegal addi tions will probably be efl'ected, thereby contaminating the purity of the ballot box. They have a perfect consciousness that what one green and fertile oasis is to the wearied traveler on tbe burning and arid sands of the Sahara, bo is one vote cast by their party to tbe probability of the chances of their suc cess. Unity of thought unaccompanied by individuality of action will accom- lish little. One might say, "I am a lemocrat;" another might say, "Your sentiments are mine." That is unity Of thought. One demonstrates by the ac complishment of tho great and glorious, privilege of the elective franchise, tbe honesty, purity and truthfulness of bis sentiments. The other violates the true principles ot his party by refusing, through negligence or a false delusion, that his individual vote will not accom plish any good. Our opponents are i-hrewd; experience has taught them to pull together, and sj euro as daylight comes on the morn of the election, in a solid phalanx will they march, unceas ingly and willingly, to cast their ballots. Individuality of action is imperatively necessary to a successful termination of tbe. isstie. Not one vote can wa afford to lose, and the man who -willingly, through any other cause than positive pnysicai luaouiiy, ians to cast nis vote according to the promptings of bis con science should hide his bead for shame. 'Let not the people be too swift to Judge; As one who reckons on Ibe blades in field, Ore'er the crop oe rip for 1 have seen The thorn frown rud.ly all the winter long, And after bear tbe rose nponlts top; And bark, tbatalitbe way across tlie sea ran swift. And .peedlly pen-.li at last e'en In the haven's month." There are other and more important considerations why eveiy one who fa vors the principle of Democracy should , 1 1 ... K ....1 . . 1. ni.Caaipa, VJ tJCJBUaiai ClaVllO, HJ UlUU out Radicalism In this State, than the mere election of their selections of mu nicipal and county officers. Wo are on the eve of a monstrous crisis. We will rise, never to fall agaiu; or, heaven for bid! fall, never to rise. The unprinci pled men who were thrown by the tea of chance on the high pinnaclesof fame, which they aio degrading by their ac tions, are looking with eagle eyes.gioat Ing witb expectation at the'eiult of State elections. It cltctlons go as they desire, tbe consummation of Sumner's dying wish will be accomplished. On our suc cess depends, in a great measure, whether the negro shall occupy tlie same social position as tho white man. With a shrewdness characteristic of falling powers.they placed In opposition to our ticket nationality against nation ality, without Inquiring into their pre vious political antecedents, aud, shame to-say, selected some who professed to be Democrats, and in whose, hearts- was professed adherence to the Democratic principles, until, actuated by the feeling of personal aggrandizement they fell, aud the Badi ical party, thinking they had some of their former political strength, accepted them, reasonably believing that with their united strength, and the slums of the Democratic party who will voto for the aostatc!, they could carry the elec tion. All respectable. Democrats re pudiate their action, and will not vote for them. Take thecaudldates on either ticket; jcomparo them collectively and individually,, andit will tako but n me diocre brain to determine the qualifica tions of the different political nominees. ' With due defeienco to the gentlemen composing the Badical nominations, I must emphatically say they fall far short, intellectually aud morally, of the nominees of the Bartlett platform. Will they be successful in this cam paign? That is the momentous ques tion, and it 'is for you to determine whether the perpetuity of IhoDenio- j cratio nriucioles which diametrically , oppose Radicalism, shall be established 1 in Tennessee forever, as tlie results of j to-day. will undoubtedly be tho pre cedent for the general State elections. or will you sit Idly by with folded arms or tbe. indiilerence of tbe lotus-eaters and eeo the; sun of prosperity darken by tbe clouds of misfortune which, neces sarily, or nmverhtnllv folfnw IIia atlmin- iatration of our affair by the Radlcaf' party? felsew.' Don't scratch the Uartlett ticket! and don't Swap forany one of, the Jiatlical' opponents ofihe white race. nOBXAMTK OF MEMl'tlia. Onr Moiilhly lllll-IIeport for llie Fonr WecUs ending wltb Jnly Tlilrly irsl, 1871, Tlie following is the official report of the Board of Health for the 'month of Juiyr OanuttofJDtath. -3 , Cauta of Death. AbnosHw. Accident, barn lnllam'n, brain. M antsmus- Measles. Meningitis., ecros SjScrof.. ' I 115 I 2 1 21 II A ccldenWr'wn gj Apoulixy i Bright Disease.... Uwlaralufau'in, II 1 noiera morDus. Congest'n, bow'l. ongest'n, brain. Coogest'u, lnugs. Congestive fever t 'ons.lnptlon Detiillly Dentition Diarrhea l""' Parturition uio. age. 2i Pneumonia 2t 1 I S Pftltoned.morph 1 11 Remittent lever. 2 I 2 fii Rbeum tlsni, , , IB, 11 Wri.rnlia , 1" ft latma V 1 10 a Rtlllborii" 2! Trismus nascent., 1 Pro tsy., 4 , jypuoia lever...., i)i 4- Whooping cough) 2 Dysentery., . 10 Enterobros's. 1 Hemoragefem'l. 1 Grand, .total, Total. !19S7 Deaths JtcgiHgxdJor the JJotitt. White adults males i, females 13, to tal. 35;. white minors males 30, femaleo 18, total, 48; black adults males 7, fe males 9, total 16; black minora males ,22, females 15. total 37. Social llclalion. Married males 11, females 12, total 23; single males 63, females 36, total 99; widows Crvtvidow ere 7; not stated males 4. Nativity, Memphis' males 45, fe males 30, total '75;" other parts of the United btates males 24, females 16, to tal 40; Ireland males 6, females 4, total ID; Germany males 3 females 2, total 5; "England males 1, females 3, total 4; France malesl.fetnale&O, total 1: Italy .-males.lf females 0, total 1. Ages. Under one year, 46; from one a . n. r . . to two years, -5; from two to five yeans 8. - from five to ten years, 2; from ten to to thlW years, 13; from thirty to forty years, 10; from, forty to fifty years, 13; Irom fifty to sixty years, G; from sixty to seventy years, 3; from seventy to eighty years, Conmaralivc Jfonlhlu Mnrinlu,, Deaths in the city during January, 1874. 100; February, 82: March. 83: Anrii mi! May, 103; June, 103: July, 127. Still bornJanuary, 7; February, 3; March, 1, - nYu'Z y' 2j.3ae' "! Ju!y. "'.Jr thatD$ r the ol-r montbs ending June thlriinih irt4 11. ThU report includes thirteen deaths in tne cuy anu marine hospitals. BicHARD h. taylou, m. v. secretary Hoard of Health. Erery nbito man who hag a heart for hi race will. tote the Bartlett ticket to day, and not scratch a single name. Bouquets andCJuxFivowERsat Craig's. WIIKIti:, T VTK. 1'olllnr- Place. In llie Meveral Wards aud.Ulslrlrla tVIIIiIti tli.irlly. M The following aro the voting piaoes'In 1 the several wards and districts: ' First ward, at corner of Main and, Winchester streets. Second ward, at Poplar .street engine- ! noose. Third ward, at Vincent bloek, on Second street. Fourth ward, at county court building. Fifth waid, at No. 83 Hernando street, nearBeale. Sixth ward, at No. 516 Main street, corner of Vance. Seventh ward, at north elde of Beale street, opposite Orleans street. Eighth ward, at Poplar street, near north market-house. Nintli waid, at Oberst's cooper shop, corner of Fourth and Greenlaw streets. Tenth ward, at Mississippi house, on Main street, near South. Voters of the fifteenth civil district outside of the city, will vote at the ninth ward precinct. In that portion of the fourteenth eivll district outside the city limits and east of the Hernando road, voters will vote at the seventh ward precinct, and the , voteis in that portion of said dlstrlet. west of tbe Hernando road, will vote at 1 the tenth ward precinct. Ercry while man who has a heart for . bla race will voto the Bartlett ticket to- j day, and not scratch a slncle name. T1IK DIFlTi.tKMUT. The Ilatf Ileal County Commissioners'. Expenalllnre. Compared wltb, Tbosn of IHe iounty Conn A 7earlal Exbibft. We call the attention of the citizens of 8helby county to the following tell ing exhibit of expenditures made by the county court under Radical and- Demo cratic rule. They are from the county records and we vouch for their reliabil ity. What better document do you want to read to convince you that it is your duty to go to the polls, If you de sile for our county to prosper, and vote, the Bartlett ticket straight? County commissioner's expenditures for tne period of two years and nine months. . .tTaOJSS 10 County court expenditures from Hist or January, 1S86, to April 1, 1847, and for the years 157Z and 1573 total four years and three months 612,945 89 Difference against commissioners 3119,317 31 This difference is against the commis sioners in the time of one year and a hair. Commissioner's yearly average. iSSIS-S 40 County court, " 41 .114 223 49 Annual per cent, of saving by coun ty court, 3-43. Salary of commissioners, two years and nine mianii,. Salary of magistrates, f onr years .. 4JJM2 4S II,W1 00 Difference 8!,28 5 Yearly average commissioners. 18 ,631 48 Yearly average county court 8.509 02 In addition to salaries for commis sioners, they appropriated to their own use for Contingent fund. I'rivate cncics 4JSZI 00. TraveBng expenses and hack hire... Physician for county, aud dregs Caapialn ol JaU Carry teg lunatics toNassvllfe . 0S7 in SJH 10 115 OU 1.900 CD The expense for the samopurDose by tlie county court for four years has only bt on about $800. Owing to the crowded condition of our columns we are unable to give further examples or the extravagance of the. Badlcals. But when the business men, tax-payer and persons who havetorent houe take ioto consideration that the tax ou real estate has been $2 90 and one ler cent, tux on goods purchased by merchants, SUV) per annum county tax to saloon-keepers fortbe ptivilegeot doing uiiiinmt) niui correjpouumg amounts for other privileges, and that under the conimi'siouere the county was run into debt about $700,000, wo think the ex hibit a fearful record of raseaiity and corruption. The county Court has abol- isued tne tax on merchants, saloon keepers, and other occupations, for the, past and present year, aud minced the tax on real estate to $110 on the $100. In the past four years the county court has purchased and paid for two farms of land, one for a poorhouse and insane asylum, with the erection of all necessary appurtenances to make tbe poor comfortable; the other for a pest-house, to prevent contagious diseases from spreading. They have also paid one-third of the purchase money for the Overton hotel, to be used as a courthouse, together with paying about $185,000 of tho appropriation to the Selma, Marion and Memphis railroad. They have paid the in terest, and almost redeemed tbe bonds of tho Mississippi Elver railroad that have become due, together with the Interest on the Mem phis and Ohio railroad. If the Badical ticket ia elected to day, you can look for a change as Boonas' they go Into of; fice. Expenses of every kiiid will be increased as also the taxes. Negro deputy sherifTi and Juries will have full sway, and Radicalism, with all its. at tendant abuses, to say- nothing of tbe indorsement' of the obnoxious civil rights bill, will certainly be our fate. Etc ry whito man who lias a heart.for his race will -rote the Harriett ticket. to tlnr, and not scratch a single name. New Furnilure.60 Second street, very cheap. NOTICE 10 COaYaMIEIaS. The increasing popularity of Daoley's Yeast Powder has induced a certain firm who manufacture ;i Baking Powder to copy verbatim our advertisements, sim ply substituting their name in place of ours. While this proves the standard excellence and worth of our Veast Pow der, it is calculated to deceive the con sumers, and reflects the character of the parties as well as the goods which they are endeavoring to force upon tbe un wary. Be sure that you call for Dooley's Yeast Powder, and take-no other. Doo ley & Brother, proprietors, 69 New street, New York. Tote for every man on ticket. tho Bartlett You can buy tho best Fruit Jar ever sold, half gallon and, quarts, Mason's porcelain cap, at O. F. PBESCOTT A CCS. 279 Main street; MVUftiSTOX & COMPASII'3 BASK, 10 Vine street, New York. Organized' for the business of out-of-town banks, bankers, corporations, Indi viduals, etc., oilers special inducements to correspondents, live per cent Inter est allowed on daily balances. County, city and town bonds, also other market ahi awjiritiesj wanted for sale on com mission. First-class loans negotiated. Yote the whito man' ticket If jou would hare llemplils and Shelby county prosperous. The cheapest and res t Steam Dyeing j ami ULEANINu XLOUSfalu ula Cltv its at 246 Second at. hanson a. wax ker. Auction goods Second street. of all kinds, 260 j TUB BANKRUPT; SAI,E at the Jiirtland lumber yard, No. ioa Tin Inn street, of all kinds of lumber. shingles, doors, blinds and sash, will be continued one week longer. Now is the time to build cheap. Neubid The Instantaneous cure for neuralgia, Geo. W. Jones &, Co; keep it. FOB PUKE CBEA31 and excellent sherbet go to Specht A j Walter's, No. 37 Madison street. Irery white man who lias a heart for- bis race will Tote tho Bartlett ticket to day, anil not scratch a single name. Martin Cohen, the popular hat man, has removed to 237 Main street. Just un der thej!egister offico. Mr. Colien has his establishment nicely fitted, up, and keeps as fine a selection ' of hats' as cpn be found In the city. All ye Bartlett men call op Martin, for a bat, . Htyro v4- rVatwtw. WJKSONAJj Hon. Jqjim H. KkMk, tMMMato for governerrwlll l t Mom tmay,thtoie, and -xill apeak at Miuwiajritfe te-ww-row (Fritity) Bight. Ma. E. Masok, of th HfcroaMhpert, Louisiana, pres.), is ia the city, soil the guen of hit father-in-law, fit. fraim. We extent! te him, emdtwMy asmd fra ternally, the privrkg trf oar. editorial rooms. We have to thank Dr. E. HUea Wil latt, of this city, for continued atten tions through the mail. Tbe last of these comw to ih In the abette of the Jburrud de Umeee ami the OamHnenta' Herald and Jyurin Time, both excellent and prominent journals, Um latter print ed In English ami on tinted paper. Smokbw will alwaya os atffeun of fine, unadulterated, and strictly den a cigars, by buying only Urn made bv D. Hirseb A Co , 174 Water street. New York; factory. No. K73, Thn! eottection district, New York. Everyone ma re quest to baafeewn ib box, attti tesirebv ascertain tbe lmatwc-mamnfanr aud factory number. P. H1K6CH C. ilon'tsoratch tJie BariltU UeAct, b1 don't swap for any one of ui ..Radical opponents of the white ree. KE3J0VBD. A. M. Stod4totd Co. have msMvei to the enaoious and ceitiraliy teeated store, 20BeMid. trct, espueife Court square. Btorahb, am Seenwd Mreet. Toto for ticket. CTeiy aae. en t4t Bartlett ADDITIOJTAt, KIVA.K XirWtia Nrw ORt,aAlaj, ,.misl a- Wa.lt, cr ele.ir; so arrivals, lie pari l; Beaat taktsiw. Uuni monweallb, H. C. Yaftmr, St. Leals. Vhhbbihio, Atagmt i-WaMttrtw warm and otear. lUwr fal.en 2 inches. PVwt list: l p: Carrie VJtoaata. Oiwai Clterosts.. 8-r. idw. Auaost ia Mr fakUiSaa, witli low waterto Cairo. ' ttrr niraily Trltli . heavy rain. Amvotl: AUasiM. asaa Moitu Moore. New Urteatw. Ip.rii ; B.,ie ,,, Satieveport ma city 0 tsatawy. Mew urieam. St. Geuevetve, Vlekabunr; WrasMl Tower, Memphis. ClMcmSATr. Aimst 5. River it let inch es and falling. Weather ralr and eaol. No arrivals except local Uatcket. Departed: K. D. Wood, New Orleans. NAsiiviLijt, AnguM oHlvw falling, wi;i 3 feet 2 lnebsa os HarpeUs Mkmu. u arrivals or departures except local packet. Pitwbom), Atagost aa River 3 ftetaincbis anil falling. Weather elondy audplearnio'. UAiao, August S-Noon. Weather raintiu. Arrived: Olty of (..titJajr, -4. Loots; Bea Mempbuilempais. fotaarted : Vtatafalttklo antlUHy ol Chseter. UemihU. Siht-- ARlvecf : Kekert, St. Lotus; F'ank P. Wracey, Bvansvtlle. River Zfeetii.ha, and rlsla,K. FOR CINCINNATI MempMs and Ohio River Packet rV.r Cairo Louisville and Uneinnau Toe w and elegant passenger steamer JitvKenlftoanii4eri W.F,elutyi-cierK Leave- rniUAX , August 7. It, 5 poo. For freight or passage a-.fpiy on boa d or to K. D. CtiBB A- CO.. Aeei.. w yrens tr.et. if OH VHjaaCltto rXrmphls ami 4f. xvtua 2-a-ht, i,m. ... U. !. Mall Uiha, far Helena, Unless, uiMaivilla, viek.uir; anu War i-alid-na. Steamer W. tjENEVJEVFi . usorge le-era- master -eaves as tuiofe rhiDAf. Aniaat :in, at So'ehvekjajB. 11 uu, Hon t Mtaal Inw Tfiver levai-r ivmpapy, FOR NKW (K,L,KA.e. St. I.onm aud New (trlauis Pneitt t . For V 1 otaou rg, Nate -ea ai.u New Orleans. Rlr.OLBKCOK. . Tnin fi railiw, nu ili 1 IU IMei$aal p. SMSjlir SSilllfa will ieavai as above a THIS DAY, Augn-st :ri, at 10 a.iu. if ireignt w lui ugal appi 10 . a. v. .ad I a La taju . . AaE-iin 4- sittdi-nn t. KempblsandSt.XKiiiIs l'aeket tJutiipMHy Forino-J&aaiColaaaaibBa, Cairo and St, lim... Steamer CITY OF HELENA, . JT- v McKeo . AaatM,MHB; Leaves THIS DAY, AapM tritt, a-leaou. am. aTOn , Bap't Mlsstsalppl River Elevator CotBpatvy. aenspnis nud St. Loin- jfaefcsat UeafwaMy For Hickman, Oolnmott?, rlro and vu. ; ,uu. Steamer CITY OK CHJssTKK. w . filler I JLjjWMT Leaves as above THURSDAY. aaOm, -t 5 o'clock pje. Al. HTUKM, SupOMlashwInm Rl v-r Ktevator f -Tntnnv FOlt WHITE RIVER. l'or White, Utile Wt.t sad Blnek Inters. QI1IPPERS AND TRAVEL P-KS KJ can rt-iy on ute eieaaut suie- wheel steamer QUItTCSTKr eeiuaiu... tbe Wattle J liver tiatw, leaving Meiupuis UVRl.lf SATUUDA1 at u pja. during the entire season. M. It. HARRY, M er eJteame' Aalc- step. B. W.LiUHXUUiU..S-p't, lytg No 16 mmI!od ir--w. FOB OSCEOLA AND AtiHPOKT. Banilolpli.JFnttOai, .iHeeoli. - jt-t-fmrt Weeltly Coast Str. Frauk iforreet, O. K. Joplln. , , .. jnfci. Will leave every VOSI AI and FRIDAY, making an the coast 1 nuings. For freight er passage apr v on boar.. FOB HELENA & FKIAit'ei POINT Tor Helena, Prlurn rum, msm! h4I Way Saandines V. S. Hnli riMii. at. Jaaelw, Jamts Lee. master J Stack Lea. rleik Leave, nemnnis every urlA j SUNDAY, WBaUNaUi- DAY and FRIDAY. For freight or ias,afe mla an tv-ri ' l? LOUISVILLE S KAiHVILiE ANU GREAT SODTBSRM KilLRIiD. Express Train leavea daily (HnndayK excepted) sa a.m Mall train leaves daily . uta pJU aiioniia,iutl ACVMUIIUWIM'IOU le.Va. ttallytSundaysexcepteuj. . !: p.m v No change nf ears by this line for sAai ville, 81. Louis or Nashville. r Palace, Bleeping-Cars on all uhrht train. For tickets or information apply at Ticket OlSee, So. 97 "ttaia Street, etlRNXlt SlABlWt. , JOHN T. FLNN,pMem(ilaIHT. IAUH Sralco.Tieket Agent, '(Suceesaors to Forjter, Eealtaofer k Coo, G0TTOI EACT0ES -AND- f. OOMMISSIOIf AKTS, 366 Flont Street. t skirt anal Arxt n.i I nlselorv.383 ,tlnin at Bklrlaaud Hustles adap ted to the present style nf dress. The price or my real French andCcfttom made Corsets has been reduced, and I. invite purchaseis to select from my immense aworlmmi, which comprlS's long, short, embroidered ana plain Corset, and everv . thing; connected wiih UOHotK. L.UJ1 I.4.MJK A , , , . ARMOUR INSTITUTE, Tor Tonne lAdlea ami hl!dru. 271 USaallsuu htreet. 'Mfts. BMILY B. ASJIOUR PaasfrAL Mbs. HKNltY W4VDf, Vlca-lTu.HCi.-Aj, TRUST15E8.-nev. W.R Besrt.l)d. Pres tdenfi'Dr. Win. A. Hctmoudi, j. a. JetUaaen, Kmj., Amos WoodratC, luq-a. ft. lreastw.ll. Out.. Henry -Waale. , J. O. Siy. lttta. Hit fall rtealon wlHpeliS,i. 1T1. For Catalogues apply at liHaJtataUtate a the botikstoren. , . i j. lViobpntjfon tJie lHnirlebH j erffSm MtfsBsTppf andUlKaiH' I war ms. I ! ! iale. utajAja, jiini3t ji, Jin 'the yeti at iar-paymehtnleW OMgiate -- icon ven tten ameti g repertea tbie morning by tne fikce that tHkarked from taw iprociaThifc4t,.,j orawityneilndna ised, and, con- itK1rrarigeWpibnio.wa3arendBU(jss: en ireepki tiens was the ol- HuiiBg.aU.tltftt a t- i !.. sa? teputwea 3f??'"?WMMiMewimi& l ;'' ia-itrirri.iiviiiart1a.,.....-a,mui ("ttM. tO the gi