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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1874.
. ANNOUNCEMENT For Htnle fcenalor. 1VTK are aatboriaed to announce JOHN V OVKRTON, JmHi candidate to repre. t--o t Shelby eoauty in the Senate of the next Tennessee Legislature. Hesubnjlta his name to the nominating convention to beheld on tfee mh of September. . .-BLLOW-CiriZENSori.HELBY COUNTY: P I bog leave to announce that I am a can didate to represent Ton in the Heuate of oar it Leclelalure. sublect to the nomination by the Uemoerallc-Uonfervatlve Convention, lobe held on the lWh of September. A coar- leans consideration of tills announcement at vowr hands is respectfully solicited, and will be duly esteemed by yours, faithfully. P. W. GORDON. WE are authorized to announce FEYTOX J. SMITH, or Tipton county, as a can didate for Senator for the Senatorial District composed of te counties of Shelby, Fayette and Tipton, subject to the action of the con- ' venMon called for tne 15th of Beptember. I txrE are authorized to announce A. B. W HAYNES as a candidate for the State Senate; sub'ect to the action of the Shelby wnatv convention of the 15th of next Sep tember fit A. TYLER Is a candidate for nomination " lor State Senator from Bhel by county. For llepresentallve or Shelby County. EDITORS APPEAL In response to the call made upon me to become a candidate to represent Shelby county In the lower house of ihe next State lezlslnture. I herebv announce myself a candidate, tubject to the action of . the nominating convention to be held In , Memphis on the Qfteenth instant. If nomi nated I will labor for the success of the ticket, and If elected will faithfully labor for the latwest of the people of bhelby county. CHABLEd K. SMITH. I OUN P. HILL is a candidate for the Lower I House of the Tennessee Legislature, sub Jeet to the nomination of the county conven Ilea. sc2 i K DUDLEY FKAYSEB is a candidate to . . represent Shelby county In the Lower i House of the next Legislature. He submits ! bis name to the county convention to aswra. We me 1Kb of September. se2 , JR. DsLAUNAY (from the country) is a candidate to represent Shelby county in IntheLeglslainreof Tennessee, subject to the. I raUnesllon of the Convention to be held In 1 Memphis on Uie 15f September. 1871 1 I AM a candidate beiore the Democratlc OMservattve nominating convention of j the Men September for the Lower House of j Ihe Legislature. B. C BLEDSQg. EDITORS APPEAL In response to the calls made upon me to become a candidate to repreteot the good people of Shelby county IB the lower branch ol the next general as- seeaMy or the State of Tn8eKee, I desire j briefly to say that having heretofore received j from the cttisens or Shelby county offices of ! i honor and prom, I cannot now, wiinuui ; vlnlMi0 in tiiv fAAiinfffi of cratitude. I tVMUBe to serve Inem la any capacity tbey maf dVesteBale; therefore, 11 my aspiration metre the Indorsement of the Democratic and OanserraUveeonventiononthel&th s-ep-leeaeer, I shall use ray utmost endeavors to deserve and receive the Indorsement of the i peonle at the ballot-box on lae nrst xuesuay In VMABih.r lurt. anri. If elected. Will dls- ebarge the duti.s of representative with Melitr, and to the best or my ability. Ke spectrally, GEORGE R. 1-OWEL. AM a candidate fur Representative from tHietoy county. In the next Lealslature, , Mttrtect to the anion of the Democratic Con servative Convention, to be held ISth Septem ner. MINOR MERIWETHER. . Ity THE VOTER'S OF SHELBY COUNTY: L I announce myself a candidate to repre sent the county or bhelby in the Lower House ol the Slate Leglslatuie, subject to the noml uatton of the Democratic Convention of Sep tember ad. My friends will see that their M gstesare selected with a view to my nomi nation. J. W. ELDRIDOE. WPfT7Sacrd.Slr; are authorized to announce GEORGE i .. i j . i i.--it f. i- Hetby county in the Lower House of the next l-etrisiaiure, suDjecs 10 luescuuuuj we Msvesilon so be held on Uie ISth of Septem r next. AMUSEMENTS. 0 LI) I'OLKS AXSl'AL RARBECUE 1 AT THE FAIR GROUNDS. TIICRSDAY, SEI'TtUIir.B 10, 1674. AS6RBBS BY OOLONBL WM. T. AVERY - at a eeteek. BARBECUE SERVED AT 1 O'CLOCK, nutter the supervision of C Quentel, Esq. MUSIC AND DANCING FOR TEE YOUNG FOLKS. aarTIckes for members, admitting their asmffles, tt; for whlen eaU ontbeFinaneial Seantaxf , B. RicfamoBd, 91 Main street. e"Ttekets for non-members can be ob talsed through members of the Society. W. B. WALDRAN. PresldenL J. P. Pbbroott. R. Secretary. REHOVAI. RS. W. J. ARMSTRONG and A.C. K'2LI have moved to aaf Mato St.. ror. Jeoerson FOUND. iOUND AT LAST The cheapest house in ute ciiy ror rsoois una noes, n iu.aui si. iyw F. W. STEMM LEK CO. SALE OR EXCHANGE. 1SS1DE.NCU FOR CITr PROPERTY The ' best improved residence in uermantown Tcnru, with every convenience imaginable, nre ana laree-quaners acres oi iana. Title perfect. Address R. J. W seo at Appeal office. RESIDENCE For sale, trade or rent, a beau mm Poplar street residence; will trade fer a stock of merchandize of any kind. Ap pirat 68 MONROE ST. FOR RJEETT. t;TOKEHOUrSI: 124 and 12 ileal.) street 1 soltabtA fer residence above. Also, the BWkLLINU, No. 31 Exchange st. extendtd. Aptly at foot or Washington street to x R. L. COCHRAN. CHTrAGE Nice new cottage on street rall- road. ADOlvto DR. 11. J. SHAW. set corner Beale and Second streets. STORES Two desirable stores for rent, Ar aiy to R. C. BRINKLEY. STORE- Two desirable stores, Nos. 41 and 44 Beale street. App'yto se E. P. PIERCE, next door. HOTFL Owlsg to 1 be death of the late pro ve Mors, the Mansion House. Columbus. Kyin offered for rent upon reasonable terms. a&d Met of lurnitere for sale. Atd1v to set B. M. WALKER, Columbus. Ky. STOKE From October 1st, Main street store as, now used bv John LIUy. set W. A. WHBATLEi ,360 Main sL OTORHROOM WS Second street. O aed lurnlture lor sale. Fixtures sel HOUSE Containing five rooms, betides klte&en and servants' room, with good essstc- or water, all neeeasary outhouses, and large teu Apply at 121 Alabama street, stg HOUSE Double tenement, four rooms esh, Nos. m and 4i Lauderdale street. Aptrtyte DAVID HASTINGS, ses4 at Central Hotel, M Adams St. SROOKD HTORY To rent for businest pnr pases, tbe seooad story of NcaMMainst. RBMUKMOI 1 Coo rt strst. M. 110CHSTAPTKR, g Front su SMKD-Now oneapled by Grider & Denle, ssinisr Adams street and Yates avenue; em stalsf, md saltaMe for drayman's stable. Also, OOTTAOE, Sst De-oto street. Apply to A. M. JMVD SON. aalB W Front street. , STOHKHOOSE No. Iks Front street, is of- , (Wed far refit eseap to a good tenant. Ap- i rat JOHN TKABUCO'S, ! as No. M Front street. I BRICK RESIDENCE Nine rooms, 41 Fifth J atrt, CsielMa. Apply at F.M. WHITE & OO.'H, m aral WQ Fron t street. au27 'pOaVRDING HOLVE That new and desf ra- I Ij Me boardlne-hoastf. No. tu Madison street, Apply at Ns. 1 Mad tso 11 street, np-stalrs. . SMALL CUTTAUK-Cheap, newly repaired eoovetrient to boalDess supplied with good iters water and street sprinkler. J. J. SEARS. Ooanty Court Building. FRONT STREET STORE Betow Jefferson sweet, witu cellar n cpuerosSee; teat law. JOSEPH I. AKDKEWS i. HONS, stag No. JB Front street. TJOWLBR HOMKMTEAD Corner Union isS!lb1 ZVZS:UZ?: ! mm pviu.i inmi i or one year, or a m of years, to a dertrable tenant. Apply McFARLAND & GOOD MIS, aaK m Madlaoa street. RMIDIS.VCE-No. It Madison atrteLOreeu taw Bioek; ouabains twelve or fourteen rooms. Apply to grHEnoOBNo.FroLp75y ! aasa a. w. xtrit, zw: ilaln st. O to sol Hootbern Ll'e I usuranoe Co. STORK AJI l)WKU,lu-rwHiorj brick klme ad dwelllUK, SttlM rroat street, ! ob jasonase term. AtDlTat AU.BI POl'IiAK ST. KIMMlJs Oool and pleasant lurnuthea rooms at ll BKALKHT. 11 I OTJalb No.S Monroe ttreet. Apply at Ul MAIN HT. TlKNOIt A sr end kl suburban plaee: large house, lour aores o( ground, plenty s shade, fruit, otc Kssu very low. I.H ' J. W. V Bit NON, JN Mali m Main street. ITikhJANT or'FicrjH AMI BLKKl-iNo-U Hoous. wltb aU tbe modem tmprove- SenU, In sVe Wantera Insurance building, saenta, in m rianwi ii.ui.iii;o vun 'jUavutJI U.HIUn nM. . ...In ... tomc FteBten I nssrane e Oorapsny. ji jjWtria CUITAOB-On Uheliiy street; uea. k. i taurani, iv. tNeuMw. '""!, ana two other ccUes sl. K. KlUKlJlur Main streeL tflrtMHNT Na. Madron mwt, im. K . . --'ad as a saloon. Apply to -&JBr csmvjeu FiNvii- oo, .... ... .mini jmiMUUiiir'" 'rWrthta lrom flienjjiuia, oompressiDi; i.a- I -;. Trenton aazette.1 FOR SAX.E OH RENT. COTTAGE With three rooms, kltchecs wash houss, -wood and coalhouse and good cistern, No. la Alabama street. Apply to me at Mo. 6 Howard's How. R. E. WEBB. SOFTS SOO masquerade suit, at the French wore. JUFFEKSON ST. TO EXCHANGE. B0ND3-I will exchange for city property or a good plantation, City Bonds of Holly SprtDgs, Miss bearing 8 per cent. Interest semi-annually. H. 1!. WELLS, re5 care Mechanics and Traders Bank. PROPERTY Find-class Improved residence property; eight thousand dollars; one fourth In money,on time; balance In other prottfertv. Address MA A. Appeal office. PIANOS. PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, repaired and exchanged; work done by experi enced, first-class workmen, and warranted. LeaTe orders for city or country at li.O. UOLLENBKRQ S.Clark Marble Block. WARNING. NOTICE TO HUNTKRS-Any person, with or without a gun, tresspassing nron the f rounds of W. P. Deadrlck, 11. Deadrlck, I". G. lealh and U.S. Cooper, will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. K. W. L1GHTBURNE. Prest Tennessee Htate Sport.mer.'a Assn. STRAYED OHTSTOLEW. tfULE From ltu sniscrlber, on or about ftl tbeSlh ot AUnst,one bay mare mu'e, ll) hands hjgb. six years old, branded witb the letter Ton the I'll hip. A liberal reward will be paid tor tue mole o for any Informa tion that will lead to her recovery, at 124 Jef ferson street, or tb unders'ened. living near Flshervllle.Teon. TOM MUHH17N icol 1 ROOKS AND BOARD. R" OOMS AND BOARD set at 6 MONROE ST. ROOMS AND BOARD At Central Hotel, 63 Adams sU Day board at S3 per week, and board and rooms from S3 to f 10 per week. se2 DAVID HASTINGS. FURNISHED ROOM With beard, by a gen tleman and wife, within liorSOmtnutes walk of Court Square. Address, wltb real name. J OHM SOW. Appeal office. R OOJI3 AND BOARD At 17? Second street. it OOMS AND BOARD Two large upper front room and one small, with board at lis Hernando street- References necessary TSTAHT3. WHITE GIRL A first -class white girl for housework; none need apply without rood reference. WM. M. &LEDGE. I se5 Raybnm avenue. OARDERS set At No. 313 MADISON STREET. SITUATION AS BOOK-KEEPER Or simi lar capacity, by a young man who has ex perience, reierences and bond to recommend nlm. Inquire of THOS.il. ALLEN A Co. PARTNER A partner in the wood business on President's Island. Address se P. MITCHEL.W Madison street. CANVASERS To work on salary or com mission. Call for sel C.HERBOTH, 38 Marshall avenue. PRY GO0D3 MERCHANTS A young man. U ot S Nashville, with 7 Tears expeiicnce. de airesaw sires a permment situation in Memphis; ref- , 1. .. .1 .1 . nul-L' , lid XTn erences exchanged, Address REFEAHS.No. ! a. Cherry street, Nashville. jTOSIAN A competent and reliable woman ,11 to do general housework in a small fam- Hy. Inquire at Southern Oil Work.. seS ITAN OR BOY-Who can milk, at 155 Her QX nandostrect. German or Swede preferred. SITUATION By an experienced and com petent book-keeper. Inquire of R. A. Par ker, Cashier Ban k of Com roerce. sel HELP O' all kicd, laborers and saw-mlll hsnosturnishedatTHOS.McC'ARTHY'S, the only intelligence office In the city, 11 Pop lar si. Sitnatlons In the city, Sl;couut'y,J2. YOUNG MEN To learn telegraph operat ing lor new railroad and commercial of fices Permanent positions as soon asqual fied. Address Pacific and Atlantic Telegraph, Box , Memphis, Tenn. sel dw SITUATION As bookkeeper or salesman. Good references. Address sel H. GRANT, Brirliton, Tenn. M1 OCKINO BIRD3 At Hi Main street, cor ner ol Exchange. ana STUDENTS To attend the day and night sessions of Klnealy's Business College, 2U7 Main g reet, over Bamnm's Jewelry Store. RENTAL AND SALE OFFICE, &0 Main st ; receivership accepted; houses and lots for sale and rent; houses wanted ; tenants wanted ; promptness and fidelity guaranteed. antt W. A. WHEATLEY. TTEU'R0RI!G-"eUs to bore with the ft Heath patent auger; also, to sell the right for Fayette and Haywood counties. Leave orders at Eader's planing mill, Secona st. I-'ITANTED-YOUR ATTENTION TO THE f MEMPHIS AWNING MANUFACTO RY, 31 Washington st. Awnings of all styles made to order. Cabinet work and Furniture made and repaired, re-upholstered, varnished, and packed for shipment. Carpets taken up. cleaned an 1 relald. All work called for and de livered free of eharxe. IL BUTT EN BERG. FOE. SAXE. I OTAND AND GROCERIES. 1 will sell my stand aud stock of irrocerles; object in selling, I wish to change business. Appiy to o.iJHt.iru, beo corner Hernando and Elliott streets. '-HORSE POWER ENGINE AND BOILER Cheap. Addrets P Mltchel, VJ Madi-on at. BUGGIE'J Several second-hand (Iea and top bug le-t and spririg warons. all In good style, tborosgh re; a. r and newly painted. Also, several !ia double-seated -p: d wag ons and ojt-n bogltt-. NEW, aud of my own make, all ol nhkn I outsell cheap, lor cash. se4 OV. - N LILLY'. 6! Union street. WAGON Dub!c-eted spring wagiD, per fectly new, never been ns-.d; will sell cheap, for cash. Address W. L. P , this office. ITERY CHEAP Household furniture, car- r pets, aiicnen wale, etc. Also, house to rent. Address J. B-, this office. BAKTLETT RKIDE UEA.MJ LOr& Pub lic sale adjourned to October Urlh; until that date offered at private sale. See plan at our office. TREZ EV ANT & CO. "10LDDUST MARE BUGGY Fine Gold Of dust mare, four years old, sixteen hands high, works kind and gentle, vekt cheap; and top buggy, almost new. Any one wishing a bargain should not allow this chance to es cape. Apply at C 1L BRACKET! A CWS, aun S3! Second street. s EED RYE AND NOLUAM HAY At 36S JAS. SUTTON CO. aialn street. FARM Cheap for cash, one ot the best farms lu Shelby county, Its acres. Apply to T.W. BROWN. 39 Madison su fNGINE AND BOILER Cheap. Innnlm a ot BEASLEY. BARTON 4 CO., No. 210 Front st reet. .y r ETTER PRESS An A No. 1 letter-picas, I j i ivmy.. iruu inuriHi, wiui iwo urawe--, wlil be sold cheap. Apply at THIS OFFICE. PIANOS, ORGANS Very, very Jow for cash, acd lower than ever on monthly payments, or reasonable time with city ac ceptance. MERRLUAN A WILCO, 27H Main street. tyn nnn bbls. no.i pittsburg coal, I U)UW as low as the lowest. Also, Pey tona, Cannel and St. Barnard coals, cheap as "any other man." Also, WOOD "In every atvle." Also, a fine Rockaway, a Bnggy, Wagon and a Wood boat. H. B. PACKER CO, my31 151 Second street. LD TYPE METAL At APPEAL OFFICE BRICK For sale as low as any In the mar ket. Apply to "NO WHfcN. OVERTON A (JO-gSf Second st LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. A communication from Ruffln will appear to-morrow. General The latest return is that of Mr. Ben Jollle from a pleasant trip to Alabama. His cousins and numerous lrlends will bold a Jollification meeting to-night. The third fire alarm last night was caused from the burning of a residence on Ihefourth alarm was. falseone. i asm avenue, oejouu ine corporate limits. The second fire alarm last nir-lil w i due to the burning or the ceiling paper over a gas chandelier in the Franklin bouse, on ' Adams street, between Front and Main. No I damage resulted. The cotton exchancfi failed to accomplish anything In their Inter view with Ilia freight .,.? Tt. SJSW , , iue improvemeut committee of Uie oily coanell yesterday adopted a resolution to pave the streets wltii vu v. JV ti.. f lbl"y Indorses the tuz I 0351 maj or in his vetoes fast -Late yeatertlay afternoon Clark ""fa. oi Kansas 1 11 v . was .m.ti.i i . - r. lodged In tbeAdams sweet statlonhouse ror Ue alleged crime or obtaining goods under false prejeai. lie claims to be the brother-in-law or Hmraa Uordon, who recently died In tbe above-named city. Night before last a couutrymau named W. H. Curtts loov . ,..v.w ..S ,,??!' "" . e. V'"1' uad diarge y . awu , iMn. n uey. upon less and robbed or a watch and forty deUare. X.efai.r.lt"FconS" comuilliwl Oosasand O'Farrttl tojall without Ult. The first fire last alght was lathe frtsble ot Mr. Kenkart, No. 58 Orerton street. An unknown loceniilary lighted the fire which was extinguished by Wasulngton ievuro. I before much damage resulted" This Is the second attempt wade within Ihe last five days to burn this worthy gentlemau s residence. ! The jN&shville Union and American, one of the oldest and best newspapers in the Htate, has completed its elegant n w office on Church street, between Cherry and College, and moved into it a few days ago. TheJaulld log Is four stories high, and the whole of It is occupied by the paper. We congratulate our co temporary upon the anccess tliua indicated, and trust it may be continued to It a thousand fold. Mayor Iioague last night went to the Adams-street atatlonhouse and investi gated the circumstances connected with the striking of the prisoner, Pete Fiynn. by offi cer Tlin Hoie, who lilt the prisoner ou'the nose with a bunch of cell keys night before last. Klynu was arrested when drank, and while being conveyed to the cell became un ruly and attempted to bite Officer Hope, who struck him with the keys and inflicted a se vere wound. Flynu's eyes are very much in flamed irom the efiects of the blow and be Is unable to see. We copy the following from a Co lumbia, Tennessee, paper : "1 be monster sea lion, Neptune, of W. W. Cole's New York and New Orleans exposition, died at Ibis place on the morning of the thirty-first of August, caused from the effect of the bad water which they had to u through Teunessnj. This monster weighed fourteen thousand pounds, and consumed fifty pounds of flh ua ly; was caught In Fcbrurary, 1173, off the coa.sl of Alaska, at the enormous expense of six thousand dollars I u gold, atd was the only living sea-lion everexhlblted under canvass." Last night an unfortunate man, rnhralm .Ton, a And famllv. cousistlnrr ol a wife and six ebiloren, applied for aid at the Adam? street statlonhoue. Jones is In desti tute circumstances aud has no piopertysave two horses and a covered wago: . He eut to Pols connty. Atkansaa, last spring, t farm, buiwss unable to piant a crop oecause of protracted Illness, which partially couo7ed ulfye6lht. Ihe family are sorely in want of the necessaries of llfe.aud any money from the chartiable would be wortdlly bo.towed by leaving 11 Willi Captain Portent, staiioo bouie keeper, who has raised four dollars by subscription for these unfortunate. Last night about seven o'clock, Anderson Boyd, colored, was shct In the bick of the neck ana seriously woui.ded bj Jan.es Wllllaimon. B"yd bad a watermelon and some peacues m his hands, and was aceotul by Wi 11 mwnlj rear of S.'Uh Jack-ua street. "Williamson stopped, and Boed and three ne groes Identified tne trult as that belonging to W.llIaruBou. While en -oiUe to the Causey sueet statloncnse Boyd attempted to escapj and Williamson fired at him, tho rlstol bU taking effect as above stated, in the cecsr. Boyd was hotly pursued by Willlimsou, who ran down La Rose street and thence tnrough the open lot between Georgia and Websier streets, while trj lng to get over a fence at the latter rtreei he was canabt and taken by Wil liamson to the Causey street statlonhouse. A physleiau dressed Boyd's wound which, though dangerous will not prove fatal. Eil. Smith, last night, attempted to assassinate Annie Gallagher with a knLfe.and Indicted two wounds In tbe right hand nod side. Annie Gallagher was in a hack with Irene nrown and JmesOate, and as the ve hicle stopped on Poplar street, near Main, E. . Smith rusned up, and, with a drawn knife, tried to kill the unfoitunate woman, whom he said had lived long enough. Her screams and resistance lrustraed the mur derous efforts of Smith, who was quickly seized by Officer Dougherty and put in the Adams strtct statlonhouse. as were the other three persons. Smith is a halcyon lover of Annie, and was lodoctd to kill her because or jealousy. Aitnle Gallagher and uer com panions were drunk last night, and hid been riding In a hack some time before assailed by Smith. Her wounds are daugeious, anil she wUl lor-e the use of her right hand in con-.e-quence of the injury from the knlie. The United States centennial com mission announces Its readiness to receive ap pll cations for space in the intematlou exhibi tlon of 1?76, at Philadelphia. It is Important that It should be known, with tbe least possi ble delay, what space will be required In eacn of the uepartments of the exhibition by American exhibitors. In order that it may be determined wbat room can be assigned to for eign nations. Manufacturers and otbeis who purpose exhibiting on this occasion should therefore make known their intention promptly, and thus avoid I he disappointment of finding tbe room they desire preoccupied. Ills especially desirable that arly pr jvlsion should be made for the organization of those collective exhltltlons of tbe natural resources and raw materials of different sections ot the country which cannot be made by Individual exhibitors. The importance of Ibis, as an In centive to lrumigrat.on and to the Investment of foreign capital, cannot be over-estimated, and a liberal provision for the prompt and thorough performance of the work will am ply repay those States whicn undertaken. The advertisement of the director-general of the International exhibition teUs In what manner applications should be made. iMCUS. A Good Day, a Good Track ami Goon Sport Good Enonglt for Anybody.' Yesterday was a gala occasion at the Memphis trotting park, which was largely at tended, the betting on the two racts being quite spirited. The following entries were made In THE FIRST RACE, which was to harness and rule, bet three In five, for tn. Tom best enters bro. g. "Sugar in tbe Gourd." James Cowan enters s. g. "Tom Fields." Joseph 3tiuer enters s. in."Kare." J. G. Wilon enters b. g. 'Jack Conn?" This was a very exciting race, the first heat being taken by Kate. On the second turn Kate and the Gourd came In on a dead heat, amid great enthusiasm. The following is the SUMMARY. Gourd . 3 11 Fields 2 :i 2 Kate 1 1 3 Conn . .414 2 :: Tlme-2U5,2:,2:ir.H, 2;5t, 2:17. THE SECOND RACE being a match to harness and Tepeat, mile heals, for !la had the following: eutrtes, and was won by "Fred," alfai Sorrel Dan: . j- N. B. Forrest enters roan f. '-Mary Ann." Jot Miller enters b. g. "Gribe- Pea." Jas. Cowan enters s. k. 'Pr.d.' Ann gained tho first beat, and dusted the rea and Fred on tne tecond, thertby pulling In the purte. SUMMARY. Vary Ann 1 Uoooer Pea Freil .. ,. Time :, m. PERSONAL. Mr. James Badinblli lies returned from a protracted vi-li to the springs. He is still happy and healthy. Mr. Sidj.ey"Cook has returned to the city, after two months aV's.'nce among the Thousand lsiea oo the St. Lawren e river. II- has rfcalutd hlihtalth, aud looks like a red Icdlan. He can be found a: h's old stand lu the bllliarJ saloon of Ilia Peauody hotel, and will be happy to see Lis old friends as usuaL LIYIXGSTOX & CUJIlMXy, BASKEKS, lOPlne alS.T., Jk London. Eng. Negotiate first-class State, city and railroad securities. Contract for and execute orders for the purchase of rails and other railroad supplies. Draw sight and time bills of exchange, and transact a general banking business. - intfj; r AtliWED on Dxrosirs. MUltBAY & KIUfiELY, Scrcbant Tal .on, 31 MADISON STKEET, Are now receiving their fall stock, con sisting or all the best makes or English, Ger man and French fabrics, and all novelties In their line. All orders Intrusted to them will be filled in a style not surpassed by any first class house In this country. Slightly damaged boots and shoes at half price, a Main streeL ME ADVANTAGES Of using Dooley's Yeast Powder are shown in its superior excellence over all others, by which elegant, light, sueet rolls, biscuits, bread, pastry, etc., can be made with very lit tle trouble, lood that can be eaten with Im punity, and relished by the most sensitive dyspeptic or lnalld. It permits no waste or flour prepared with It, and the quantity re quired to be used of Dooley's Yeast Powder is one-third or one half less than thosoof otber manufacturers. Try It and be convinced. For sale by grocers everywhere. Pittsburg, Cannel and St. JJernard coal delivered to all parts or the city and su berbs. p. o. BKiLEY, M)Maiii street, CAKPETS AM Fl'KMlY l.KC ltry.on .1 .('amp. Are now receiving their fall purcbaaes or Carpets. Hugs, MaU.OUclotlis and Jlattlngs, Kleicant Window Urapery, or every variety, style and colors. Latest styles or Urawing room, lied room. IJbrary and Blnnlngroom seta, unequaled In quality and at prices lower than for the past ten years, thus ottering to our friend aud patrons an opportunity such as has seldom been presented to them. 23XAX-S- STBCIT, FURNITURE OLDEST HOUSE IN THE SOUTH WEST. Bouquets and Cct Kixiwees at Cralg'p. Smokeks will always be certain of line, unadulterated, and strictly clean cigars, by buying only those made by 11. Hlrsch & ., 171 Water street, New York j f ac tory. No. , Third collection district. Now York. Everyone can request to be shown tho box, and thereby ascertain tbe name ot the nianu lactory number. D. HI ItSC U 4 CO. Al.l. who wish to preserve their nat nrsl teeth through IUe are Invited to call on H. lllason, duntlst, 80 Main street, and especially those whose plugs have lalltn out. rm-artrStJtviiFr Till) 1'ItIM VICY KLECIIO.VS. Xante or Delegates to Hit Congres sional and Legislative Convention All the Wards J I card from, Ele , Etc. FIRST A ARB-CONGRESSIONAL. J.J.Duffey, Jamea Bohan, Jobn Sullivan, John Berrlgan, F. Louis Warner, P.J.Kelley, Thomas Kelley, P. Dougherty. Owen Hellly, Jam oa Potters, George Gaott. COUNTY. John C. Powers, B. Kerens, N.T.Perkins, James Madden, Jobn Zent. J.J Murpby, Joseph Senfert, Louis SambuceltL SECOND WARD CONGRESSIONAL. II. M. Loewenttlne, J. A. Newiiom, .Gunn, J. Cosgrove, J . M. Can non . J. Ed. Oliver. COUNTY. John E. Randle, J. Wendall, Thomas Madden, Lewis Bender, ILUMlller, Thomas Dugan, W. A. McCloy, Ed. worscam, li.Cohn, G. G. Hogaa, E. Marshall, J.R. Miller. v. is. tucnaruei. W.J.McKeon. THIRD WARD CONGRESSIONAL. R. W. M ltcbcll. W. H. Carroll, 0car ooldrldge, Joe Flynn, C. A. LefiUngwell. Barney Lynch, J.C Oliver. COUNTY. Thomas Boyle, s. J.Camp, f nomas Ullson, C. A. Lcffingwell, J. Montedoulco, J. a Oliver, Pat Walsh, Sim L. Bailnds, M. Cohen, Ed. Jack, a V. Metcair, J. L. Morton, M. D. L. Slwart, Ed. Wells, Ed. Foster. A. iieer, FOURTH WARD CONGRESSIONAL. Nick Malatesta, N.J.Wiggln, Woodie Hail, Mike Cosllllo, W.R.Hendrtx. COUNTY". Mlke Burke. T. H. Logwood, C. Galllna, J. U. Ersklne, W.D.etratton, Charles Myers, E. Keck, P.H.Uoodloe, W. L. DuC i"o-.eycieere, John G. Lonsdale, J r. FIFTH WARD-CONGRES&IONAI- Henry J.Lynu, Hugh W. Miller, Charles Bonner, G. W.Tomlin, L. Polesta. Fred Nelson. COUNTY. J.V.Botto, , E.F.Cunrjey, James Cleiry, Ixmisi-ouesu, Richard Dougherty, I. N. Snowden, Thomas Meatb, ' SIXTH "WARD CONG RESS JONAL. E. Lehman. Julius Taylor, - WIlUamQay, . TotaWlnlen. COUNTY", C Q. Fisher, Jacob WeUer, .Patrick McGaughran, J.T. Castles, T. B. Micou. II. T.EUett, 1. Gensburger, K. A. cole, J.E. Ballard, SEVENTH WARD-CONGRESSIONAL. R. C. Williamson. R.L Dalton, D.H.Fostoh- Joslah Patterson. COUNTY. W.P.WUson, J.M.GooCibar, J.8.CarpenUr, - iL B. Treavant, J.T. Hlilsman, -tP.JLJonei, J. J. Busby, W. J. Kennedy, O.ACochrantledwilh)J.A. ForeBt. EIGHTH WARD CONGRESSIONAL. M. . P. Jarniian, . Magevney, B. Edglngton, J.A.Shane, B. M. Este, E. Woolrldge. COUNTY. F. Wamecke, Wm. Deaa, ' H. MarKs, W. A. Collier, N.M.Jones J.W. Cochran. A. W. Drew, John Lilly, Ben Henderson, L.Sleete. Hugh Torrance, U. V. CTOCKetl, P. Mcntges. NINTH .WARD CONG REhSION A L. E. E. Colby, W. B. Glltson, James Eeuiy. " CO UNTY. J.S.RawUngs, Hugh Fern, M, Crosson, A. . Newsom, R. IL Randolph, Chris. Hoffman, George Thomas, W. R. Kendall. TENTH WARD CONGRESSIONAL. E. W. Clapp, Thomas Nagle, John M. snaw, James Sweey. COUNTY". Charles Lofland, W. B. LlU'lsay, George B. Elliott, J.L. Sharp, G.A,Mortl, ' C. F. Martin, A. J.Hays, J. R. Penaergrast, R. J. Goodwin. . SECOND DISTRICT -CONGRESSIONAL. W. P. Y'ork, J. J. Weai er. COUNTY. J. A. CorbeU, H. F. Datidsou, R. A. Reynolds, W. T. Bonder. THIRD DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL. James T, Brown, T. H. McGhee. COUNTY". C. Enfold. Sam Item.be rt, r., John A. Hill, W.T.Connack,' W. R. Reynolds. FOURTH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL. T.J. Roper. COUNTY. J.D.Hlnes. A. M.Flte, . Charles Jetter. FIFTH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL. WJl.Waldron. COUNTY". M.C. Pierce, A. G.Harris, August M. Carroll. SIXTH DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL. B. W. Pryor, T. T. Taylor, t'.N. Taylor. COUNTY". James Blackwell, W. B. HarrlsoD, W. ltrTaylor, V. A. Railings, -Y. R. Pope, J. F. McCalium, F. J. Borrow. NINTH DHTRICT-CONGRliSSIONAL. J.S.McKlnley, W.G. Allen. " - COUNTY". W. II. Garrett, W.G.Allen, s elix Kit k, G. W. Raines, W. B.Ecklln. TWELrTII DISTRICT CONGRESSIONAL. Tom Ilo:miB, Jr., G.O.Buntyn. COUNTY. R. J. Southall, Wm. II. Nelson, J; J." Monxhan, M. D. Deadrlck. SIXTEENTH JDlSTRICT-CONORES-SIONAL. George P. Boon. COUNTY. Jo eph Graham, C. L. Brook?, J. O. Uarvt), ICG. Goodwin. lelrgates Take Notice. Through the kindness of Major Ross, I have effected .lu arrangement for a special train, to leave tbe Memphis and Charleston depot. .Memi.Dl. on Tuesday, the eighth Instant, at half-past six o'clock In the morning, and car ry delegates and others to Bolivar without change ot cars, and return at an;r hour to suit. Fare, four dollars and twenty-five cents for the round trip from Memphis, or six cents per mile for one way ironi any ixlnt on tne fine. M. D. L. 8 CEW ART, September 4, 1974. Chairman. POLITICAL. The lit Stnte Democratic Central committee. Colonel G. A. Henry, chairman ol the recent State Democratic convention, has named tbe following gentlemen as the new State Democratic central committee: James L. Rice, of Davidson, cbaltman. John K. Helms, first district, IL M. Hood, second distrlcL Dr. P. D. Hlms, third district. John A. Fite, fourth district. John W. Newman, fifth district. F. C. Dunnlngton, sixth district. John W. Morrow, sixth district. E. T. Taliaferro, seventh district. It. M. Wisdom, eighth district. Hiram Johnson, ninth district. Luke E. Wright, tenth district. Card from lloseaTowuseud. To the People of Shelby, Fayette, and Harde man counties: I respectfully announce myself a can didate forcongress, to represent your district In the congress of the United States. My name will therefore be submitted to, and I win be governed by, the convection which meets In Bolivar the eighth or September. HOSEA TOWN3EN D. ., . ; Call on Colonel Reese 15. Xdmondson, j JSditors appeal Colonel Reese B. Edmondson Is one of our brilliant young ! lawyers, and a man of the best character as I well ss available for the legislature, and as such we call on him to consent to go before , the convection. VOTERS. SEiT CANNED HOODS. We are now receiving our fall stock of ' new-packing peaches, tomatoes, irtrawberrles, raspberries, green cern, pineapples, black- I berries, California Salmon and other canned goods. Can offer special Inducements to the trade this season. OLIVER, irINNIE & CO. I Attend Robertson's Business College i J1EJI0TAL. John Lilly, wine and liquoi merchant, has moved from 1 If you want a hydrant, street-washer, oi plumbing or any kind, you can get It at Ilrowne's, it Jefferson street where you are I sure to be suited in style and price. Neurit.. The instantaneous cure for neuralgia. Geo. W. Jones & Oo., Ixep it. The cheapest and best Steam Dyeino andCLBA"iMG House in the city is at 2l(f Se cond street. HANSON dt WALKER. Remember the great salu of dam aged goods to-dsy, embracing dry goods, cloth ing, boors, shoes, gents' furnishln, goods, etcM etc at it. jtorris or nro ws jiam streeu The Memphis Steam Dvciing estab lishment, 81 Msdlson street. Is open ror the fall season. Best work, at prlceii to suit lha times. B. A. HOLLENBERO, tfoprietor. Jcst Received. A beautiful selec tion of linens, ducks, drillings, nsstlngs, etc., at Waggener's, agent, merchant tullor, corner Maditun and Main streets, No. ZW, jt -5l7M.Vtraterbanyjlnvlt?d, THE flREEXVIIXE FIUC Los Hosialned by Ibe Planters Insur ance Company, or Memphis, Ten nessee, Not More than One Thousand Dollars. In the publication made In tbe AP tkal of yesterday In regard to the fire in Greenville, Mississippi, the Planters' insur ance company was placed in the attitude of sustaining most of the losses. This, we learn from the officers of the company, is errone ous. They say that their insurance In Green ville does not amount, a'l told, to more than three thousand three hundred dollars In tbe business portion of the town, and of that not more than one thousand dollars lu the burnt distilcL The Planters' Insurance company, we need hardly say, is one of tbe best con ducted fire Insurance companies in the coun try. Its officers are particularly careful as to the distribution of risks, and take particular account of the morale as weU as the business ability of those whose stock or property tbey Insure. They have agencies In many of the Stales north as well as ronth, which are con ti oiled by reliable men whojn every instance, obey the rules and carry out the purposes of Ihe officers who have so long and so success fully managed Its affairs. The Planters Is, be yond any question, among the first and best and safest companleaof luklnd in tbe United States. THE ASYI.C.1I. The Site Reported Upon by tbe West Tennessee Commissioners Ap proved by tbe Gov- Executive Omen, 1 Nashville, Tesit., September 1, Is74. 1 Gentlemen Your report of the date of the fourteenth of August was delivered to me on tbe twentieth of that month, and was submitted th , same day. In conformity with yunrrecommendation.to tho attorney-general of the State lor his opinion of the validity of the title to the lands proposed as a site for the West Tennessee Insane hospital. 1 am this morning in receipt of the opinion aud report of that officer, an exact conr of which Is here with transmitted lor your Information and guidance. I think the site well chosen, and fully ap prove your action in Its celectl n, pro .lae I yon follow the suggestions of the Law officer or the state, and secure the perfect title to the property. The terms upon v.hlch you will secure the title to the property is a malterwholly within your discretion in tbe exercise, of yourduty to the State under the law With you rests the responsibility exclusive ly to determine whether you wUl accept the proposition of the citizens of Brownsville and Haywood county.as contained in exhib it B to your report, in lieu of wnat you say was their original propositi n. After looting to all the interests lo be subserved, jour posi tive and affirmative action will, In that re spect, be finatand controlling. Veryrespect- TIWIKT li ODIIU'V I ' - fully. JOHN U. BROWN. Governor. To Messrs. John A. Gardner. Y. E. Rogers. and O. W. Day, Directors. FltESII OYSTEHS Received dally by express, at VICTOR D. FUUHS, 41 Jefferson street. WHERE IS THE JaCKSOX BLOCK J Just where DR. JOE. S. AVB ITE haa removed his medical and surgical office, first floor over Craig's teed-store. This is tbe last discount d.iy on gas bin. IIAItntVAKKAT COMT. Planters, Merchant and mechanics, Look Iff Tonr interest- Having on hand a very large and well aalected stock of goods; and being desirous of reducing the same to make room for our fall stock, we offer to sell, FOR THIRTY DAYS, AT COST, FOR CASH. Our stock embraces Table and Pocket Cutlery. Builders' Hardware, Carpen lers ' Tools, Together with a variety ot goods suited to this market. BARBOUR &SIMP30N, aiMatn street. Go lo Leddln'a Business College, -- Don't fall to attend the .reat sale of slightly damaged goods to-day at H, Morris .t Bro, 49S Main streeL ADDITIONAL RIVER N1TOS. BY TXLEOBAPH. Pittsbukg, September 4. River, 33 inches aud falling. Maw OKLKAS3, September 4.--Weather mining. No arrivals or departures. isciNMATi. September 4. River 6 feet 7 inebes and faUing. Weather warm. Nashville, September I. River falling wl h ! feet 9 inches on HarpeLb. shoals. t e-iin r clear auu pleasant. Louisville. Seoteruber 4-Rlver on stand, with 4 feet 6 Inches In the canvl and 2 leet vincnes in tne inuiana cnute, iSSJi ViCKSBUao, September 4. River falling siiwiy. vveaiuer warm ana ciouizy. up Fanny Lewi. Future City and barges. Evassville. September 4. Rlvec fallen 8 Inches. Weather clear till evening, now ctouoy wltb signs or rain. Port list Up Jas. D. Parker. S p.m. Umko, September 4, Noon. Weather clear and warm. Arrived: st, Genevieve, st, Louis. 9 P.m. Departed: St. Genevieve. Memphis. 11 p.m Night Arrived : Colorado, St. Louis, d p.m. las jnuiana, lauing to secure a r,ew Oclenastiip. transfers her freight to the M. V. T. company and lays np here. Elver, 12 feet 7 lucne auu rising, ueviner ciouuy. .Mexcu ry sr. ADD1TI 7NAL MARKETS- BY TELEGRAPH. MOBILE, September 4. qotton quiet and unchanged: middlings. lgic: low middlings. lXU;gcodordlnary,llc;net receipts, 2a bales; sales, 50 bales; stock mM bales; week's netre ce'p s.210 bales; exports, coast, 313 bales; sales, 240 bales; since September 1st: netrecelpts, go uaies;expon5,coasb,.A uaies sates, -iou Dale, GALVESTON, September 1. Cotton quiet acd steady; middlings, 16c; low middlings, rc; good ordinary, lit; receipts, 515 bales; gross receipts, 513 bales: sales bales ; stock, tjslO bales; week'a net receipts, 241 bales; gross receipts 1S1 bales; exports to Great Britain, 387 bales; coast, 421 baIes;sales,1372baUs; net rece! pts since Sedtember 1st, 1907 bales; gross receipts, un; exports, coasi, v Dales; sales. 1U3U. CHARLESTON. September 4. Cotton un changed; middling Hiie; net receipts, VTi oaies; gross receipts, im ones; sales, Dates; vt rw-b- J '(."! hales wntb', no,. rualn,u llWrth.ra. gross receipts, ll7 bales; exports to Great urltaln. 18.' bales: coastwise. 1& bales: sales. 6V) bales. Since September 1st net receipts, 4til bales: gross receipts, 4l bales; exports to Great Britain, lgfbales; co:istwlM3, iMi bales; iuics,o-i uutes. SAVANNAH. Sentcinber 4 Cotton anlet middling, I5Kc; low middling, 15c; good ordi nary. He. Net receipts, 437 bales; gross re ceipts, ti. Dales, rxporis coastwise, Dales. Sales, 121 bales. Stock, 5114 bales. Weekly net receipts, iu Dales; weeKiy grcss receipts, bales. ExDorts coast wle for the week. 1412 bales; si les for the week, liX bales, since September 1st: net receipts, I2 bales; gross receipts, LSI bales; exports coa-twise, 731) oaies; sales, vv. oaies. STEAMBOATS. KOK CAIRO AND OT. LOUlrt tfeuiphlsanil St. Louis Packet Company For Hickman. Columbus. Cairo and St. Louis. SteamerST. GENEVIEVE, rip h. George Vlckers "'"'' WiMfrl0 Leaves THIS DAY; Sept. Dth, at A p ia. AD. STORM, Bnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company. FOB VICKaiJUBe. Hccajihli aud St, Lonis Pacict Conapani U. S. Mall Line. For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vicksbtirt and War Landless. Steamer COLORADO, -JT-b. Ed. Gray masterisSfiSgafi wcioelcimr adIbtOk Sop't Mlsslialppl River Elevator Company. FOR WHITE RIVER. Only Regular Independent White River Pkt For Augusta. Jacksouport and aU way land ings xne elegant passenger steamer Milt R. Harry ..master I Ed. Postalcieia Leaves SATURDAY, t'ept. 5th, at 6 pjn. Apply to R. W. LIGHTBURNE, Sup't, 15 Madison street. Or GLENN & VINSON, Agents, sel Wharfboat. root ot court. FOR OjSCEOlA AND ABHPORT. Bnudolpb, Fnlton, Osceoln and Asljpoxl E . CCMI Wm, tS(tl , Str. West 'iiul-f;. wiii leave every moxdax and fT-ida For freight or passage apply on board. FOR HELENA 4 FRlAR'cJ POINT For Helena, Friars l'otnt, anil all Vi landings v. ti. stall Vntkei, " fet. 3s?ranci, jssjgfc James Lee master! Stack Lee clerte Leaves Memphis every MONliAY. VftMHtO DAY and FRIDAY. Vnr fwlrht rn wwuign applr os hrxsl tmll FOR NAPOLEON. CUEtU LINE. Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company For Helena, Friars I'olutand the liends-U B. Mall to Napoleon. a. jr. White, George Malone master I ' ijesTes iuiiiAinanu rmusio. Fassengers for Fine Blun and all points on Chicot railroad will find good Hack accom modations from the Mouth of White river aud Napoleon to Watson Station or Red Fork. For freight or passage apply on board, or to UKO. W.CHnJSK,rlui's,2tiS Front street. 1 V I OFPICTAti lOHM T. Htkattch, rormsTiy of Biratton, Mc- Davltt&Co. Johh I.. WSLLTOD,lats Grahaja A WsUford. 8TEATT0N & WELLFOED COTTQN FACTORS AUD ooairti jssiou KEaDnAsnr, 240 rnnt 8trot. r.n?. Jetrergon POSTPONE MISNT . SZCOIfO ZiAST GRAND GIFT CONCERT IN AID OF THE M&S0HIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION OF S0BF0L5. DAY POSIT1VELT FIXED. THHKSDAY, IOIIi SOVEMBEIt. Z.A.ST CHAKCT. 'IiHIS enterprise Is conducted by the MA L SONIC RELIEF ASSOCIATION, Of NORFOIJI.VA, under authority of the Vir ginia Legislature (act passed March 8,1S7&.) 850,000 TICKETS-COeO CASH GIFTS 200,000! TO BE GIVEN A WAT I One Grand Cash Gift o' One Grand Cash Gift of One Grand Cash Gift or.. 30X00 One Grand t-asn uiit oi . 10A 6.0UO 200 2 UK 1S,!JU lt.uUO 10,750 HSU 2508 tofioa One Giand uasn uitt ot.. One Grand Cash Gift or One Grand Cash Ulftpor 15 Cash Glfis of SIujo each. Si Cash Gifts of SCO each. 41 Cash Gifts of 79 Cash Gifts of SS- Cash Gifts or 378 Cash Gifts or 5j00 Cash Gilt) of 2iU each. 150 each 1UI each. 5t) each. 10 each. 6030 CASH PRIZES, aggregating. tSOJXW PRICE OV TICKETS: Whole Tickets. ?10 CO I Quaiter TlckeU.LW Half Ti:kets iXU I Eleven Tickets ..JIMJ.W no morviDUAX, benefits. This Concert Is strictly for MASONIC pur noses, and will be conducted with the same liberality, honesty and fairness wntch char acterized tne nrst enterprise. JOHN L. ROPER, President. For Tickets and Circulars, giving full in fonnaUou,.addre HENRY V. MOORE, Secretary, Norfolk, Virginia. RESPONSIBLE AGENTS WANTED. Off JOE LOCKE will give full particulars, jxd Main si, room l, np-stairs. New Olmrcli Music Rook FOR 1S1-1S73. THE DEADER By H. R. Palmeb, assisted by L. O. EatEksos, Jut If sued and ready for sale. Its success already assured. Its price is a return to ante W9i church book rates, and Its content? new, fresh, and cannot fall of winning a hearty In dorsement from choir masters, the musical profession and the musical public, specimen pages free on application. Price, SI 3S. 81- per doien. It XV 23 "El 0 XjIFS. FOR NAEB.ITII SCHOOLS. a sale of over .WjOOO in less than one year at test the merit of tula book. The publishers are connuent mat no net ter aooatn scnooi Book has been pahU'hed In years, and none given sucn entire saiiEiacuoD. Price, 33 ctsb'dH; 81. 60 pet doz,8I0 per ISO. THOjIAS' Sacred Quartets and Anthems. This dav published. Has been many years in preparation, and will do welcomed by all the lovers of Mr. Thomas' Sacred Muslc-and who Is not one? As a Quartet Book for Uaolrs. It win oe louna muispensauie. rrlce In HonrCs.SS no. Jleta,83. OLIVER DITSON & CO Bostca. CHAS. H. DITSON & CO., ae3 711 Broadway. New York. FIRE A5D SAUSE OF MEMPHIS. Office : No. 18 Madlsoa St. OFFICEXi- M. Irs MKACUAMj ; PreSailen A. N. KAY, : Ties President wa. SAY, t i Secretary EOAsJU Ol' aUUBC30RS. IS. I SIEAR)ruj:o; H. L. JItachaia & On A. X. HcKAT cf Sledge, McKay ft Oo S. aiANBFIFXD of SlaLrteld & HJgbee WJI. JOTME35of Joyn n-moa s uaie WJT. B. OALI?BKA-III ton Fastor Hon- JOHN OVERTON, J MeaphlJ J. M- fBTTItSRETf. of Edmonds, Petuye S Co. SAAO BCHWAB of Schwab t B. F. RAUJS8 of Hollo wei". Croe9tt BxUer. Br Takes Fire and Marine risks. DwaTJIng Houses and Isolated Country 8 to res in- anlteited. 'aJTu 03ce 21S Main st,, corner of Adams, up si Charge Reasonable. Bluff City Terra Cotta Works. JAMES STEEL, Proprietor. MANCFArTTRER OF STONEYARE SEWER PIPE bhelby street, bet. South and Georgia, near jima.j: lenc.K. it. uepol, uempnis, Tenn. r". II. WHITE. f. II. WHITK, jiu. iuuci, jtempnis, F.EWH1TE&C0, WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Merc-haul's 3CS anJ S70 Shelby Street, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE J. II. WILLIAMS & CO COTTON FACTORS Commission Merchants 293 front Street, np-jtalrg. DISSOLUTION. fl'HJS law firm of i'cDowell A Johnston is j. uiTOiitu. iiiej hoiu remain responsible for and will attend to winding uptheouslness uniuimu Lu.iuiKu i yt uriu; sou lor this nurtioseone or toem will ulnar. , . ". their office. No. 10 Madison street, Memphis lenn. K. C. MrDOWKLL. JUiii JOIINSION". pAKl Tbo dlssolation of the firm cf Mo I V l;uillliliavuuewuia UCVTOSILaiCU or IUT havlDR moved to Columbia, Tenn.. where I ; wilt associated In the practlee of law- with vT tt: if , UB , of Alyers i r , ( !. -wciuijuu, a t nans' mj uicuiMiui tucu I'BMW'iaiBanaconiiatiice. i atirl ninif honrtllT rswimtns.,! I former partner, Mr. Johnston aa teln? cDa- huh " 'J w I ws,r trvpxVki aoiS P, C. MCDOWELU Lairs. ( DRAWINGS f W. W. GUY. J. H. MoCLELLAN, Guy, McClellan & Co. WHOLES AXE 6R0GERS, COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MEBCFANTS, mas. 260 and 282 JOIitJAn BBOfVX, Jr. BROWN & WHOLESALE HATS, OAFS, HAVE REMOVED TO NO. 327 MAIN STREET. TN ACKNOWLEDGING OUR THANKS TO OUR CUSTOMERS FOR THKIR LIBERAL 1 patronage, we cordially lnxite them to examine our stoet of goods now being reeelTed, which will be the largest ever offered to the trade. " Cochran,Cirode & Co. COTTON 3j&.CJ?OJEZ.& And WHOILESAIE O-OOES 32 FBOMT STEEET, JUCEJflPJBCIS. JOHH COBBINS. JOHN gubbins, mm & 000? 161, 16S and 165 WASIEGSGTON Bp LU BER AXD HA5UFACTUUEBS OF OORS. Ceiling, Moldings, Balusters, Palings, Keivel Posts, Sraclxets, Etc. FRAMING LUJL1ER OF ALL KINDS, YELLOW PINB, ClPRBBS, TOPLAH A5U Walnut; Shingles and Laths for sale; Planing, Sawing, Seroll sawing and Turning dose to order. e Well Curbing, for Randle A Heath and Butler ilcMahon's Auger's, made lo erdcr, cii short notice. All sUnda ot Gin Gearing or Yellow Pine. ty7 TO MERCHANTS. 1874 1 FALL SEASON 1 1874 ARE XOW I.V RECEIPT ASH OFFER FCIX. tl.VE.S JANS, TWEEDS AND CASSIMEEES, BLEACHED AND E20WN D02TSSTICS, FiANNELS AWD MNSEYS, OSNAETJRGS AND PIJUDS, CHOICE STYLES PS'iJTTS. mSRICAN MB FOREIGN DRESS 60GDS SHAWLS, SEAWLS, BLAUKEXS, 1 NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS, CARPETS IN ALL GRADES, BOOTS, SHOES, HAIf j, ETC. T0:THE T1IADE, AT EASTERN PBCEJi. WENWEM 2B1 and 263 Main HARDWAR 234 Front St. a,nd 299 Main St. -ACE7.nS FOR EAGLE, NEEDLE & CARVER COTTON-GINS Kelt IBS. PETTIT .&; SIMPSON, cotton; factors IND C0fflIS,SI0N MERCHANTS, Wo. 1 Howard's How, Particnlar attention giren to TTeigtiuig It. m mm I ci, m Wood & Willow M are 328 aud 330 Wholesale Department, fi28 Main St. ssss E7. CliARKK. fnrmprlv rTarVa su j Clarke, Johnson & Co. COMMISSION 87 Front Street, - ,WttiUltOIt V- IV.. IFresldent. south erci5tyt!'W will tlon to tne sate or louon, .nor maKin? mat a special T. C. PARK. Front St,. Memphis. MORTON, DEALER'S IN OUMN. M. II. COOVtx. TJ33NrTgT33SOESF DEAL Full PMUIfS SH, BLINDS, FLOORING-, SiDli'i OF THEIR COHPEETE 8Lreet. Cft'er Court. Sffose, Ele : : Memphis, Teuii. Cctton. ilaTe g.r Qwn arehon? . So ccaa BBU3HES Maii 5? tj.i r.nZt Jr ml, 330 Hain St. SJSOO. ock of goads In our avlted. 4as a res pec u a ii v i M.D.JoHMff, former!' r Basby Johnson A Cc. v. viaABKE, rormeriy ivnFrs LCS'TS, is, Tenn. Mpuipli give eipSfell attesT our Air, Lotus nan rv. FFER D CA (ttt.s )SITA C ? 61 I 1 .LE & ' fBlaak SaiaS