THl MEMPHIS DAIL ,&1ZJJL TUESDAY, APEIL 10, &77.
Sllssissippi and Tennessee Hailroad
lH t.WK OK HI HKUILK.
v;, an.1 afr fr:rDiY. lUrch 4, lSj.itralrj
V- run as follows:
N-n nr)f-ui Mall daliy at 8:4J p. in 12:40 p. m
Strain AocorumndaUon dally,
excr;t -imd.is. at ll.3Qa.ul 8:45 am
FreUfl Train dally,eiceploJi-
Jajs, at 8-"0.m 6:30 p. in
Clone oor.riruorj mart? nt Grenada with train
Forth and South fur all point.
tV For further information, apply tr
Ticket Office, 2S7 Main SU, and at Depot.
i M. Burke. Superintendent
IU amex hmrd.
. Ticket Ag-nt
MEMPHIS & LITTLE ROCK RAILWAY.
The Short Llue to Arkansas and Texas.
Mall train, dally 6:00 p.m. 11:10 p.m
Farlght train lie Hope-
lield (Sunday oo-ilwli :30 a.m. fi-,30 p.m
Passengers going on this road wlil lake trains at
'he Depot of the Louisville, Nashville and Great
Mail train make close connection at Argenta for
rdnt on Llltle Hock and Kurt .Smith Railroad, and
t Little Rock with Cairo and Fulton Railroad, for
(OinLi lnSoutbwent Arkansas and Texas.
Pullman Palace Can on all night trains.
Kor tickets and Information apply at Ticket-offices
27m and 27 Wain street, and at the Depot, foot of
Washington MM. or at L. and K. and Gt bo. Depot,
Cr to the undenlKiied,
W. 1 HMITH. Sup't.. Memphis. Tenn.
R. A. WILLIAMS. Passenger Axent
M. S. JAV. i. P. and T. A.. Little Bock.
Louisville and Nashville and Great
Cxprw. Train leaves dally, except Satur-
's, at j 1:15 p.m
' 1 uvea aauy at u&a a-m
Auxinnffna.ion 1 rain lea vet unity, except
buudajs, at 4:15 p.m
Pullman Palace Sleeplng-Cars on all night train.
XW for Uckeu or Information, appJj at
Ticket Office, 287 Mala St,, Cor. Madison.
John T. liynn. Sup't Mempbla DlT.
Jifw Wperd. Ticket Agent
Jlemphis and Charleston Railroad
CHAKtiE Or Nt HKIULK.
iN and after SUNDAY, March 18. 1877, trains
wui run as rouows:
Mall Train dally at 12:4Ua.m ll.-OOa.rn
dim Train, dally . . 6:00 p.in 4 AO a.m
uoinerrtlle Train dally, except
fcundays, at R:20 p.m 3:10 a.m
Mall train will not stop at Flag Stations between
tfrand Junction and Memphis.
Hall and F.xpress truln makes close connection
at Chattanooga for Atlanta and all points In the
Express train makes close connection at Chatta
nooga for all Eastern points.
Stir and Magnificent Sleeplns-Coachea
through to Lynchburg, without
Time SO minutes Faster than City Time
Ticket Office, No. 278 Main Street,
Chief Engineer and General 8upt
Barney Hnrlr, Ticket Agent
a i on on.
1 Ddrrwrltrr K Male Wreck Htr. Klla.at
Auction- r'urnlturo. Bedding. Table
ware. Bed-Clothing. Caret, etc
BV A. M. HTOIIAICI. MAIS MT.
Til I sHUHl . AT lOOIMKK.
Conntablc'M Kale, by JOHN MT.KN. 1!." Main
street. V ill -wil i Monday Moraine April
W. at lOo'rlork. one Piano. In Koud ojndltlon;
Hnisscls and l:ii;r;tlii t'ariU: Marble-top tenter
Tables. Wa-ihsUiiid.". Toilet f tands. Pictures. tSI
Ter Wat-. liei. iohl ("bains. Si:OWiui. etc. Also, t
same lime ar)d nl ice. one frtirlnit H sieon. two r nlr-
banki's Platform scales. In onler. JNO. MT7.EN,
AMcll'tn nfHl i omint.M'in Men-liirit. 1 r Main st.
JtOOHH AM ItOAKH.
nOOMS- Two second story rooms, one front, fnr-
I V nl.ibed or iwifuniUhnt. with board, suitable
for irentlemeii or families, at XH t'ourt street.
at HI Linden street; rates low.
rOOM:? Nice front rooms, with board
A V orffentlemen
IooM3 Two second-storT front rooms.
X 1 Apply at Hi Adams street
TrjlONT K'KJM With board, and elegant set of
L' furniture lor sale, at a n.'iiyaln -, also, furnished
rocm for gentlemen.
.- Adams street.
and delightful family room, at
I. OOM Furnished or
1 V with board
unfurnished front room.
also, day-boarders, at 1 17 Court t-
"DOOM A handsomely furnished front room for
. lanuiy or eennemen. wiin noaro, ai 411 juain.
"OOOM3 AND BOARD Furnished room, with
X V board, and day-boarders at 1 10 Monroest
KOOMS Two handsomely furnished front rooms,
in a private family, with or without board.
Address a. t., mis onice.
OOAHD XND LODGIXi For families or single
I ) lersons, can be had on application, at 8w2
roplar street. Reference wanted.
DITOKCEd Legally and quietly obtained for in
compatibility, etc; residence unnecessary. Fee
after decree; 12 years experience. A. (iOOKHICH,
Attorney-at-Law. 124 Iearlnrn street. Chicago. III.
T ESI DENC'E Elegant residence on Adams street.
Ti Dwelling 011 Poplar st. ; large yard and garden
o. os Marshall avenue.
No. .r Second street.
No. atKJ I nlon street cottage.
No. Vance street large yard.
No. 4:irt Vance stre t cheap.
No. lo2 Jones avenue.
No. 107 Third street.
No. 1 5rt Causey street.
Main street stores, otllces, etc.
HE N HY L. GL IU.N. Agent. 31 South Court St.
ville would be more accessible and suitable
than II tints ville.
Ihe dinerence between rising every
tnorning- at six and eiht o clock in the
course of forty years amounts to twenty-nine
thousand two nun area hours, or three years,
one hundred and twenty-one days and six
teen hours, which are exactly equal to eiuht
hours a day for ten ypars, fo that rising at
six will be the same a if ten years of life (a
mighty consideration) wore added, wherein
we may command eight hours every day for
the cultivation of our minds and the dispatch
Ihe Jackson h ht(j anri J rwune says:
"The arbitration court has len onrantzed by
the appointnifnt of the following judges,
viz: Colonel L. D. M'Kissick, of Memphis,
chief justice; Hon. Howell K. Jackson, of
itus city, anu jotin 1. Lartnci, 01 irenton,
Tennessee. The retrular court hold-s its ses
sion in the forenoon, and the arbitraton court
dunnir the afternoon of each day. lioth
courts are eniraaed on the Memphis docket.
and it is probable will be until about the
middle of May."
Owinir to the inclement weather Satur
day and Sunday the St. Louis browns and
Memphis Keds were unable to play the games
arranired for those days. They had a irame
at Central park yesterday, which resulted in
a score of two to nothing for the St. Louis
club. The came was interesting and elicited
interest. The Browns scored one in the
fourth and one in the eighth innings, and
made twenty-four base-hits and reached first
base by errors only twice. Twenty-four is
ritfht clever, and so is nine by the Reds.
James Meath was umpire. The time of the
game was one hour and twenty minutes.
The followin? article relates to woman,
whether iustly or unjustly the reader must
decide: Her moments of supreme happiness
were those when she was most becomingly
dressed and was looking her best. Her mo
ments of supreme misery have been those
when she felt like a dowdy and knew she
looked like one. So strong is this feminine
instinct for adornment and the enjoyment of
1 .1 t ,1 l . 1 MTi ! J
ciotnes, mat in au prooaomiy a wiaow ul ner
husband s luneral, conscious that mourning
becomes her, is happier than a pretty girl in
an ill-fitting calico dress kissing her lover
over the gate on a mooniignt nignt in nau-
Mcetlnc Last Slarht-Tue Illch Hehool
Beport of the Finance Commit
tee Text- Books,
14. A UN &
-Two second-story front rooms.
Apply at K7 Adams street.
Mr. I). F. Alcorn, of Friars Point, is at
CjTOItEHOVSEti On very reasonable terms, two
O brick storehouses, with family rooms up stairs.
Nos. l.r)7 and liSH Poplar sUeet, near markelbouse.
ror terms apply to i i.i poplar ureet.
ES1DENCE No. 10! Madisnn street Apply to
K. B. SNOWDEN. .18 iladlson.
CJTOREJIOUSK 1 he i ew ortck siorenouse, io. i
7 Aladlsou street, one door east or m -in. in
quire of JAMES S. WILKINS.
no. no aiain street, corner 01 juaoison.
MISSISSIPPI HOUSE Main street, opposite
MijsissiDnl and Tennessee depot This well-
known boardlngbouse, with stores below, will be let
cheap, and one month given to preiiare tor ousiness.
w. u. n LALLtJi, Ag t, 11) jiauison l
A I K-BALL!
ST. LOUIS LEAGUE CLUB
MEMPHIS RED STOCKINGS,
AT CENTRAL PARK.
Second Grand Match. Game called at gig o'clock.
FOUR NIGHTS AND MATINEE!
CommfBdsc iVcdnfsdoy. April 11th,
Tlte Eminent Tragedian,
Supported by a Powerful Dramatic Company.
Wednesday, April 11 Blchelieo
Thursday, April 12 Hamlet
Friday, April 18 Hrrrhant of Venice
ana iravia uarnrK
GRAND BARRETT MATINEE.'
Saturday urtcruoor. Money
Saturday night, April 14 Bichard III
3rr-Snle of seats commences Monday, April Hth,
nt Hoilenlierir s. Prices as usual.
"i OOD3 Small stock goods; good business; cheap
V T rent. Address MAIN far.. Appeal otnee.
"V 7"ELOCIPEDE Caroussell, at Exposition Building.
V r. atm-M.
"CHOICE PEELED PEACHES Stock Peas and
VV Millet. B. P. SMITH A CO.. 8o 2 Front St.
rpEN ACRES OF LAND Southeast corner of Race
I Track propertv; title goo ; taxes all paid.
B. P. ANDERSON, Courthouse,
fi I'lTAR Fine Martin guitar, good as new, next
VJl to largest, ouly tao, at
GOEPEL'S. 375 Main St.
SUMMER STOVES For gas or coal oil. cheap, at
3 HIT.FELD'S, 2:3 Second ft.
tr- rr SKS. GFrtM AN VILLETT-
)JJ meal, com, oan, u.i. :. 1
And full stock
v. Pine and
CHASE A CO..
1 H2 Main street.
FLATBOAT A flatboat 12x82 feet, with two-foot
hold; new. with full cabin. Apply on flatboat
Lacrosse. In motitn if Wolf river.
"1EDAR FENCE-POSTS Half round and square
V cedar fencing posts for sale; full supply on hand
at all times. Orders promptly nnoL Address
W. K. LARK INS. LarklnsvlUe, Ala.
RESIDENCE Two story frame residence. No.
1MH, on west side DeSoto street, between Lin
den and Vatic, will be sold, at public auction, on
Tuesday. April loth, at 2 p.m. Terms, one-third
cash, balance In one and two yar.. Title perfect;
Bale positive, f-ale on the premises.
I. It. CON A WAV. Real Estate Agent
IMPROVED LOT On TUESDAY. April 10th. at
12 o'clock, 1 will sell, at public auction, the Im
proved Iol,40by200 feet, on the south slileof Union
street, fit feet west of DeBoto street Title perfect
Terms One third cash; balance In one and two
years, rl percent Interest on deferred payments. Sale
on the premises. I. 1. CON A WAV,
mlrj:i Real Estate Agent, 8 Madison st
HOUSE One of the most beautiful and complete
" Homes" In Memphis. Apply on the prem
ises. No :i.4 Linden street, between Lauderdale and
Orleans, or to me, at the Water crllce.
WM. L. CAMERON.
tOWS WITH YOUNG CALVES-
V at W'lmberly's Stable. 1 23 Jefferson st.
TRADING-BOAT with or without stock; boat
new, w feet long, lr! wli'e, painted brown, at
AshportTenn. J. W. DUNCAN.
1TM KMTl UK AND CARPETS At VKi Main
" street, up -stairs. Psrior suit, piano, Brussels,
8-plyand ingralti canets; also, four bedroom suits;
all In nl trder aim tirst-class gools. Apply on
premises from loto 1 o'clock F rlday mondng.
'( iOTTN-sKKD-: Pure B.id Proline. Apply to the
v untiersitrueti. Laint.ii i-oini. tsonvar io., aiiss.
Terms. iic IT bustielcasti. R. T. CONNELLY
BUILDING LOT S 11 you wish to be Independent,
secure a heme. 1 am now ottering to parties
who wish to build, lots on the Tbouias tract at one-
nail their v lue, 1 lie rent yon ure now paring will
aoon secure you a nome oi your own.
L D. CONAWAT,
Renfnl nod Renl rtile Aeent.K Madison st
STOREHOUSE A fine brick storehouse, with all
O the modern Improvements, at Como, Miss. Ap
ply to F. M. White A Co., Memphis, or to D. Craig fc
Co.. como. suss.
OW AND CALF' F"rom No. 38 Main street, a
Vy light-colored cow, and bull calf, about 4 months
old; cow marked with crop and sin in ien ear ana
swallow-fork In right ear. The finder will be well
rewarded by returning to FRANK STUKLA,
No. 2H8 Main street.
FOR MALE OB KXC1LASGE.
TTOTTSE AND LOT Will exchange a lot. with
XX brick cottage, containing four rooms, with cis
tern, outside city limits, for a second-nana noruiDie
engine of 25 or 30-horse power and boiler, nearly
new, ana sawmill. Appiyto
SLEDGE. M'KAY CO.
FOB SALE OK KE3TT.
The llrm of Ballentlne,
A Ia.. of Sardis. Miss., havinz discon
tinued the mercantile business for the purpose of
engaging In other pursuits, the large and elegant
brick storehouse lately occupied by them Is now va
cant, and Is offered for sale or rent on favorable
terms. The house Is a two-story brick, 54 by 120
feet, tbe first Hour divided Into two salesrooms 27 by
!( feet each, connected by arched doorways: the
second floor has a furniture and storage room 27 by
120 teet, a room for clotnmg and carpets 27 by no
feet, and several sleeping-rooms. All In good repair
and nearly new. For elejranoe. convenience, and
capacity for a large business, this house Is not sur
passed by any Dusiness nouse in me iaie.
The retirement of this large firm leaves a splendid
oienlng for business. Parties looking for a good
location would do well to address the undersigned.
mh2K BALLENTINE. HEFI.IN & CO.
RESIDENCE PROPERTY To lkask for 10 or
15 i f. a as. vkict Low, the following tirst
class residence projierty. viz : 125 feet opposite
Ben. uaoD s. on Auains street; reel on me north
aide, and 50 feet on the south side of Jefferson street
extended: each lot runs back to ai- alley. Satisfac
tory terms win oe mane wun lessee in reference to
Improvements. Apply to
J. P. MU X. 15 Union street,
or TKFKVANT Co.. Mndl-on street
OALESMEN Two In Memphis and three for Ten
IO hessee and Georgi:t. Business permanent, and
no peddling; salary liieral. hotel and traveling ex-
E'lises iiald. Address Monitor Lamp Company, 2'4
aln street, Cltu'ltinatl. Ohio. tue
MILLINER For neighboring city; liberal salary
to comitent person. Ai Iyto
MRS. . KREMEB.
1 experience In the dn vikmIs and srrocerv business
first -class referenevs furnished, -alary no object;
employment what I want: would loan responsible
employer from yimito OO. AdVlress H. K.. Apeal.
MULE OR HORSE - To hire for some montbsTa
snug mule rr horse; work very light Apply
comer Pont.Koc and Main street".
OITUATION As cook or chambermaid.
A. N.. Apteal Dflice.
rTX)NS)RIAL If you want a good shave for 10
X cents, i.r a stilish hair-cut fur 25 cents, and a
good clean bath for 25 cents, call at No. 8 Jefferson
street. o.Ue Commeri-lalJHotel.
AGENTS Male and ienlale aer.ts. An entlrvly
new article; energetic t.aitles can realize So to
10 I?r day. No. 1 1 W est C.ejrt street
SITUATION As b.J-.k k
kJ ping, receiving.
Address A. it. D.
I-er or a-sslst:int. shire
or entry clerk: would travel.
care sieuge. 31 Kay 4 Co.
rpKOTTING STALLION-Mambritio Alhambra. a
-X niahogany tay. H years old and 1 H hands high,
b Ahambra lie by Mnmbrlno Chief, and Su-
rt? .l;?,Kin Lc!l;e,: uam. Breeze by Brlenoii;
dam by Thom.w Jefferson; H.1 dam by Downing-
illTJ- 41n uara by slasher, a thoroughbred;
will make the season of '77 at my farm tZr Him
tyn's Station. Also, a BLACK J ACK.nas nufh
and 7 years old: bree!s large. Terms. 20 per hcfS
and S10 for Jack cash, when services a rioereT
mares not proving In foal may be returned free next
eason. I am prepared to break and handle trouin
bones and graze stock at reasonable rates.
MLGH D. GREER.
K WILL GUARANTEE That active men can
make fmn ttlih . o-i ,.i , , .
ivr. VJL..: ,u- " oniy necessary to
now your samples to make sales, circulars free.
Boom It, tfU UaldiMio Ueet, Cjucaso, Lu
The weather was fickle Sunday.
Mansford has Oodeifs Lady's Book
Yesterday was cold and dreary enough
Billy Lieben, at V Main street, has
BaUou and Godey's Lady's Book for May.
The Confederate monumental association
meets in the Planters insurance building to
J. L. Olovr's residence, at Bartlett, was
destroyed by lire r riday. Liws Oio tr.ousand
Henry Iv-llv, colored, indicted for steal
ing cotton from F. L. Lemaster, is on trial in
the crmnnal court.
Over five hundred dollars worth of thea
ter seats, for the Lawrence Barrett engage
ment, were sold by Treasurer frank Gray
John W. Brady, arrested for alleged con
tempt in refusing to olx-y a mandate of the
chancery court, was yesterday discharged by
Dennis Griffin, colored, has filed a peti
tion in the circuit court asking a divorce trom
his wife, Emma Griftin, whom he charges
with inconstancy and desertion.
The S. S. club, an excellent social or
ganization, will give a select hop in Mueller's
new hall r riday night. I ancing will com
mence at half-past eight sharp.
The suit for damages against the Missis
sippi and Tennessee railroad for the killing df
a colored boy named comers, in jovemoer,
175, is on trial in the circuit court.
To-night the Sodality dramatic associa
tion will present Time and The Hour in their
hall on Washington street. This entertain
ment will be worthy of attendance.
Yesterday a post-mortem examination
was made of the body of Dr. C. A. Jordan,
whose death from the effects of chloroform
was mentioned in Sunday's Appeal.
In the circuit court yesterday the jury re
turned a verdict of thirteen thousand seven
hundred and forty-seven dollars and seventy
cents for the plaintiff in the suit of Hartley
Attend the revival meeting at Hernando
street Methodist church. Preaching at eight
o'clock in the evening by Dr. Josephus An
derson, and prayer meeting every morning
during the week at eight o'clock.
(wing to the inclemency of the weather
the annual meeting of the Ladies' christian
association, announced tor ye terday, was
postponed to next Monday night at the Cum
berland Presbyterian church, Court street.
Captain K. G. Forrest, of the Charleston
house, will give a select ball to his numerous
young friends. He will spare no means to
render the entertainment attractive and
pleasant. There will doubtles be a very
Said he to her, "This is entre nous,"
pronouncing the last word as if it were spelt
"noose." But the lady thought that a
nooc should le around the ignorant fel
low s neck, as he doubtless believed the word
to be the trench for "pull.
Prof. Mueller's soiree dansante last
mght at his new hall, corner of Second and
Madison street, proved attractive and agree
able. These soirees are meeting with popu
larity and appreciation. Ihe soiree will be
repeated Thursday night.
The condition of the Court square walks
hould be a suthcient argument lor their im
provement by the city council. The walk
around the fountain is discreditable to Mem
phis and the liberality of the citizens who
have ornamented and leautified this park.
The Vindicator is the name of a new ca
per published at Huntingdon: "The publish
ers of the Vindicator feel highly compliment
ed by the great interest manifested m their
behalf by prominent citizens throughont the
i-uuuiy, anu promise tnat no man shall re
gret having worked for their paper."
Recorder Duff yesterday disposed of the
following cases: Dan Hendricks (colored), lar
ceny of carpenter's tools, committed i.i de
fault of four thousand dollars bond: James
Munay (colored), disorderly, and Jo Hughes,
drunk, fined five dollars each; Johnny Cnunn
(colored i, playing base ball inside the corpo
ration lines, fined five dollars.
The Nashville Banner learns that the
"Chickasaw Guards have accepted the chal
lenge of the Porter Rifles to a competitive
drill, and have named Hunbiville, Alabama,
and June loth, as the time and place." The
challenge has been accented, but the place
for the urill has not been designated. Clarks- I
The Hnnday Concert
The concert given Sunday night
German Protestant church, on Third
for the benefit of the German-American col
lege, was a pleasant affair. Misses Laski and
accaro and JUrs. Boercher, 1'rot. r.milie
Levy, Prof. Schultz, and Messrs. Boercher,
Wilkins and lieis took part in the anair.
The Bethel Entertainment.
Last night Mr. u. K. Koss delivered an
interesting lecture in the Memphis Bethel,
his subject being .Novel Keatung. ihe
lecture was listened to with a great deal of
attention, and evidently appreciated by the
auditors. In addition to this hannv oratori
cal effort by Mr. Ross, Messrs. Wills, Ben
Capps, Misses Ida Armstrong, Mollie Arm
strong, Julia Stainback and the Bethel
scholars gave a series of excellent songs. The
next lecture will be by Rev. Dr. Landrum,
whose subject is "Samson."
Lawrence Barrett begins an engagement
at the Memphis 1 heater to-morrow night.
This eminent actor is deservedly popular in
Memphis, and will draw full houses during
his engagement. Ihe sale ot tickets yester
day was unusually large, and we may exiect
the largest and most fashionable houses of
the season. Richelieu will be presented
Wednesday night, llamiet luursday night,
Merchant of Venice and Uarid Garrick
Friday night. Money Saturday afternoon.
and luciwrd III Saturday night.
From nn Appeal Correspondent
Sardis, Miss., April 5. Thinking that a
brief account of our provincial tour with the
circus would not be uninteresting to those of
your readers who regard Cole s circus as a
Memphis institution, 1 avail myself ol a tew
moments leisure to let you know ot the suc
cess which has greeted us everywhere. At
Hernando our tent was filled to overflowing
in the afternoon, and at night a good attend
ance; but at Sardis the people came in such
crowds as to fill every available space in the
large tents. Our experience is, that the peo
ple along the road are not only extremely ap
preciative but seem to be as fine, intelligent
and prosperous a class as one hnds anywhere.
W e cannot wonder, howeyer, at the amount
of business which greets us at every place we
go, knowing that the Appeal is read in
almost every household in the State, and that
its recommendations ot Mr. Cole and Ins
show are not questioned by its readers. But
1 forgot to tell you, we found a new baby-
monkey in the "happy family " cage, and on
approaching it the mother looked at us as
much as to say, isend word ot tins miDOrt-
ant transaction to the Appeal." 1 will write
more anon, but the overture has commenced,
And soon In the circle of sawdust
The clown will be telling his Jokes,
And people will laugh and grow merry
At each bit of fun that he pokes;
They'll homeward return, and to morrow
They'll find that by dawning of day.
We have " folded our tents, like the Arabs,
And silently stolen away."
ThA board of education met last night, Mr.
Trezevant tresidinir. The minutes of the
last meeting were read and adopted.
Superintendent J. T. Leath made the fol
lowing report to the board:
The report from all the schools of the city
for March exhibited the same average num
ber of pupils belonging to the white schools
as in Febrnarv. to-wit, 2201. The colored
schools have gained 72 in Maruh, having
now an enrolment of 926 pupils. 1 am grati
fied that your honorable member from the
eighth ward called your attention, in Ids re
port of last month, to the condition ot the
high "school under your charge. His report
fully justifies the necessity of appointing
principal for the school, which was done in
October last, tor it a faulty system ot classi
fication exists now, after the material relief
which has been afforded by the assistance and
aid ot Mr. Anderson as principal ot the high
school, where only three teachers were m
charge of the extensive curriculum and mul
tiplicity of classics, you ought to know it. If
the one hundred and twenty pupils of the
high school were all of one sex it would be
extremely easy to classify and teach them,
but mixed as they are, it hits proved to be
somewhat ot a herculean task to accomplish.
Since Mr. Anderson s appointment as princi
pal every effort has been made by the teach
ers and myself to lessen the number of classes,
and principally the classification. Some
changes were expected to be made to-day,
which, it is hoped, will bring good results.
If the board would authorize, or public
opinion tolerate, the co-education ot sexes.
so far as to allow the girls and boys to recite
together in the same studies and classes, it
would materially lessen the labors of the
high school. This system of co-education
would not require the sexes to occupy the
same rooms, but only to meet in the recita
tion room and recite the same
studies together. This system is practiced
in some ot tue higher institutions ot learn
ing elsewhere, and, as it is said, with marked
success. We have ventured to make a small
experiment in the way of co-education, by
onnging together ine sexes in tne stuay oi
Latin, and the system seems to work well.
It is gratifying that the honorable member of
ine eigtitn wara louna so mucn to commend
in the diligence and prohciency ot the several
teachers ot the high school; in the prohcien
cy of the pupils in their studies as well as in
their genera! good order and deportment.
His praise in these respects is eminently de
served. According to section seventy-nine of
the rules and regulations ot the board, which
says that "the annual vacation shall be from
the second f riday in June to the nrst Monday
i i. . ii i v i .
in ucuu;uiuci, liiw uicseiu nu tailtu HUI1U1UM"
tic year should close on the eighth ot June.
ihe report was received, and the recom
mendation that the session close on June Sth
ihe auditing committee reported the pay
oil for March, and found the same to be
f 1792 82. The pay-roll as reported was
allowed. Accounts amounting to $1153 were
REPORT OP TIIE FINANCE COMMITTEE.
The finance committee made the following
i our committee on hnance report pay-roll
tor March 4! 2, and all other indebted
ness presented up to this date $1053, paid or
provided for, leaving a balance on hand of
$4:59 30. We are much gratified to be able to
make this report, as we expected at our last
meeting to have a deficiency of at least $1500
on this settlement. This is without using the
$18110 due from interest on the State school
fund, which we hope will be paid us by our
next meeting If so, with ordinary energy
in collecting tne city taxes, wm, we nope,
leave bht a small deficiency on our next
month's expenses. All of which is respect
fully submitted. .i. n. godwin,
cnairman x i nance committee.
The report was adopted.
The report of the building committee, con
senting to let the school board room be used
tor a horary by the Odd- ellows, was adopted.
A communication rrom the Centennial
commissioners awarding a medal and diploma
to pupils of the Memphis city schools for
samples of map drawing, was read.
Ihe reports ot various school visitors were
made and received. The walls of the Court
street school building and the yard, were re
ported to be in a deplorable condition.
Ihe treasurer s report showed the deposits
to be if 2U4 40: balance on banc!, 2SJ4 (js.
Colonel Butler Anderson moved that the
committee on text-books report upon the pro
priety of keeping "Clarke's grammar" in
the schools, and also to take all other neces
sary action relative to text-books. The reso
lution was adopted.
Ihe committee on school grounds was au
thorized to ascertain what price could be ob
tained for the Main street property owned by
the board, and ascertain whetuerthe proceeds
of such sale can be devoted to the erection of
a school in Chelsea, either for white or black
Just received, a beautiful assortment, at
very attractive prices at Dod's, 279 Main
LA DIES, A TTEXTIOX!
Cirand Opening 4. rand Opening; ! I
Of fine Chambray ginghams, at 8c, 8c.
Of beautiful black grenadines, 25c. 25c.
Of raven black lusters. 25c, 30c, 50c.
Of new calicos, beautiful styles, cheap.
Of beautiful light colored alpacas, 25c.
Of finest gray apron linens, 20c, yard-wide.
Of yard-wide fine solid colored lawns, 8c and
Of white ruffling jaconets, 8Je, yard-wide.
IN NOTION DEPARTMENT.
The Ladies Should not miss the Chance.
Beautiful jaconet edging, 5c, 5c.
Beautiful jaconet inserting, 10c.
1000 pieces tape trimming, 15c, 15c.
5000 cards agate, jet, rubber buttons, 5c, 10c.
2000 card3 pearl buttons, 50c, 50c a card.
New bibs, new ties, new ruches, new tillers.
IN SHOE DEPARTMENT.
600 pair Buskin's cloth, 60c, 60c.
Beautiful new cloth or leather gaiters, cheap.
Misses' shoes, Miles's goat skin, $1 25.
Misses' shoes, finest cloth, $1 25. Again in
DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT.
75 pes cottonade, good quality, 12c; 50
pes cassimere, beautilul patterns, jc, 50c,
, nr i- .1-11 r , - i. .
ioc; loo pes linen urui, irum ioc to ooc.
Liberal Discount to Trade in that Line.
HOSIERY! HOSIERY! HOSIERY!
Misses' hose, solid colors, 15c; misses' hose,
white, all sizes, 10c, 15c; misses' hose, striped,
all sizes, 20c, 25c; 1000 doz. infante' white
socks, 5c, 5c.
IN CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
Extra size clothing, cheapest in the city:
also, boys' clothing just received from a per
emptory sale of bankrupt stock.
Main street, cor. Poplar.
P.S. Just received 10,000 boxes paper col
lars, 5c; 200 dozen linen collars, boys' and
men's, 25c a dozen; 50 dozen men's under
shirts, white, 30c.
lont they o!
Flowers have fallen. Buy at Glenmary
nursery, south gate ot Lluiwood cemetery
lake advantage ot the low prices.
Will leave for White River,
Positively WEDNESDAY evening, April 1 1th, 5 p.m.
ly on Doara or to
Agent, 2Prt Front st
WE INVITE ATTENTION
F'or freight or passage apply on board or to
R. W. LIGHTBl HNK, As
-TO A L.IXE OF-
ALL persons having claims against the steam
boat ELLA will please present them at once to
jonn M. peters, o. 2K2 Main street, juempnis ror
examination and adjustment
WILLIAM ELLIOTT. Master.
Notice to Steamboatmen.
T INT DALE WOODYARD I have at above land-
J I mg several hundred corns oi Vt en-seasoned
wood. Ash, S2 50 per cord.
Cottonwood, S2 ler cord.
GEORGE I. COLEMAN.
FOR CAIRO AND ST LOUIS.
C H. Mail For Oxceola. ew Madrid,
nirum&u, ajairo ana mi. xouih.
Steamer CITY OF VICKSBURG, .-
Robert K. Riley master 4Smb
Will leave THIS DAY, April 10th, at 5 p.m.
Sup't Mississippi River Elevator Company.
GANT DE SUEDE!
Memphis and Ht. Louis Packet Com pan)
I'. M. Mail Line.
For Vlcksburg and all Way Landings.
Steamer JOHN B. MAUDE, ,
William Blake master sil
WU1 leave TUESDAY, AprU 10th, at 10 am.
Supt Mississippi River Elevator Company.
ONE DOLLAR A PAIR!
Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Com'y.
For Australia, Laconla, Concordia, Terrene, Blver
ton. Bolivar, Chicot, Arkansas City, Greenville,
Lake Providence and Vlcksburg. Steamer
Mark B. Cheek master.
Leaves every TUEiiDAY at fl p.m., making direct
connection at Vlcksburg with the Str. R. E. LEE,
regular Friday packet for New Orleans. Through
bias lading to an points on xazoo nver.
Str. A. J. willTE,,
Geo. Malone master.
Leaves every MONDAY at ft p.m.. for Australia. La
conla, Concordia and Rlverton; and every THURS
DAY, at ft p.m., for all the above points and below
to Arkansas City, connecting with Pine Bluff Rail
road, leaving every morning at no a. in.
J. T. WASHINGTON, Freight Agent,
mh9 800 Fn.nt street
This offering is without qneation the boat presented in thin
market. F.alien who desire the most perfect finish in a li.itl
Glove for promenade wear are solicited to examine our stock ot
tlte above before buying:. The variety and magnitude of the
exhibit cannot fail to command careful inspection.
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Only Boat in Ht. Francis River.
For Helena, Phillip's Bayou, Marianna, Westward,
Cut-off and all way landings, through to Wltlsburg.
The elegant passenger steamer
J. M. Maumus master I A. Haycock clerk
Leaves TUESDAY, April 10th, at 5 p.m.
F'or freight or passage apply on board.
Keeps Custom Shirt, made to measure.
The very best, ft tor delivered free everywhere.
Keeps Patent Partly-made Dress Shirts.
The very best, ft for S7. delivered free everywhere.
An elegant set of gold plate collar and sleeve
Buttons trlven with each half-dozen Keen's shirts.
Samples and full directions mailed free to any ad
Merchants supplied at a small commission on cost
Trade circulars mailed free on application.
Keep Manufacturing Company, itS5 Mercer street,
The most refined ladies and gentlemen use
Dr. l'rice's American perfumes, which are
really the delightful gems ot all odors.
Best Assortment of Hats
At Leidy & Co.'s, 273 Main street.
Bats, Caps and Belts,
Corner Second and Monroe steeets.
Or. Alfred Voorhies,
Oculist and aurist, 323 Poplur st., Memphis
More bread and less leaven is the rule
made by Dooley's yeast powder. Full weight.
purity of composition, and excellence of result
put it beyond competition. All the grocers
keep it, and say that the knowing purchasers
universally call for this in preference to all
Chancery Court Morgan, J adze.
Court adjourned to Wednesdny. Call of
calendar before the court continued with
2431, Walt vs Winchester. Until further
notice no regular call of the docket will be
made. Counsel can by agreement and no
tifying the chancellor have causes heard any
Circuit Court Jlelakell. Judge.
Case of Somera vs Mississinoi and Tennes
see railroad is on trial. The following cases
are for trial to-day : 439;), corners vs Missis
sippi and Tennessee railroad company; 4488,
Hill vs Swingly; 4192, Cordma, vs Wessen;
414, Smith vs Ward; 402, Hally vs Sutton;
400, Ingram vs Lowenstein.
C A RPE T
DEPART ME X T
Is orlerini special inducements to buyers.
well worthy of inspection.
LOOK A T PRICES,
Good tapestry Brussels carpets at $1 per y'd.
Good 3-ply carpets at $1 10 per y'd.
Extra super ingrain carpets at 95c.
All-wool 2-ply carpets, 75 and 80c.
Cotton atd wool 2rply carpets, 40c. 45c and
Cotton ingrain carpets, 30c and 35c.
Good hemp carpets, 20c and 25c.
Canton mattings white, plaid and fancy
styles; onciotns, rugs, mats, window shades
and shade trimmings,
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
The Shirts of Keep.
Anybody can make a shirt; at least almost
every woman thinks she can, even though
the result ot her attempts at ht be ot the
style of the traditional "shirt on a bean
pole. liut it has been reserved tor the in
genious and inventive Jveep to hit on the
head the happy idea of partly making a shirt.
and selling the incomplete article tor some
body else to hnish.
1 o make a shut so that it shall ht nicely
and look well is not so easy an achievement
as it seems. The Keep manufacturing com'
pany does the work of fitting, and of making
the principal parts of the garment, leaving
for our wives and mothers only the sewing of
a few simple seams. To buy and finish a
l shirt in this way actually costs less than to
purchase the material and make the whole
thing. Their immense factory at 165 and 167
.Mercer street uses up every day over six
thousand yards of Wamsutta muslin. About
four hundred young women are kept con
stantly busy. A visit to the factory will ex
plain the enigma which long bothered us,
namely, how the Keeps can keep on making
their "partly made" at such prices as to make
a living out of it, while they are furnishing
their goods at prices so low as to astound ev
erybody. But they do not pretend to throw
their goods away at less than cost. They are
making money and are not ashamed ot it.
tor good snirts, either "partly made or
complete, go to Keep's, and enjoy complete
You can save money to "hnv mules"
or J. . &. W. A. FA1K1M,
ai Inlou street.
Do You Want
A handsome and a cheap suit ?
Go to the Great Western.
A pair pants worth $5 for $3?
uo to the ureot western.
A fine dress suit worth $25 for $15?
Go to the Great Western
An elegant black doeskin pants worth $10
tor $b Go to the Great Western,
Boys' spring suits worth $8 for $4 a suits'
Lio to the i ireat Western.
Boys' spring suits worth $12 for $G?
tio to the (jreat Western.
Children s suits worth $3 for tl 50?
Go to the Great Western.
Children s suits worth $8 for $4 ?
Go to the Great Western
Unlaundried shirts worth $1 50 for 95 cents?
Go to the Great Western,
e have sold them for the past ten years.
and can recommend them for their uniform
Rtrength and purity, believing them to possess
merit in advance of ail other brands.
OLIVER. F1NK1E t CO.
Sale of Desirable Real Estate.
In the s.ile oluuiii will be found two ad
vertisements from I. D. Conawav. offering for
sale residence No. 189 DeSoto street, and a
valuable improved lot. No. 121 Union street.
The sale will occur at the hours named, and
will be peremptory. There will be no by-bidding.
A laree stock of mules for sale at SS
Photo, and Auto. Albums.
New goods, new styles, new prices at
Dod's, 279i- Main street.
Forget Me Xot.
The next thing to heaven is No. 227. The
place is well known, it is kept by Harry
Cohn; a large sign across the street is the first
thing your eye will meet; the Groat Western
Clothing House is its name, if once you have
called you will surely call again. Bargains,
bargains, is my cry. and competition I defy;
bear in mind the number and spot, and if
about to buy clothes, forget me not.
Ladies' costumes in latest designs made on
short notice in our dressmaking department,
now under the supervision of Madame
Smythe, formerly from New York, Paris and
London. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Corner Second and Monroe streets.
Down they Go.
Clothing and furnishing goods have fallen.
Buy of Harry Cohn, of the Great Western
clothing house, and take advantage of the
low prices. Just received from a recent
bankrupt sale an immense stock ot spring
clothing, which, lor low prices, never was
equaled in the history of the clothing; trade.
Remember the place The Great Western,
227 Main street.
Corner Second and Monore streets.
LEUKINE'S POPULAR CHEAP STORE.
GOOD GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES.
Bargains In Every Department.
Kid gloves, all late shades, two-buttons, 50c,
Silk handkerchiefs, all shades, 25c, 45c, 55c,
worth double. .
Ladies' hose, 6c, 10c, 2c, 15c, great bar
gain. Towels at all prices, from 6c upward.
Table damasks at half price.
Dr. J. A. Clopton may be consulted at the
Worsham house, in Memphis, from the sixth
to the tenth of every month. Hundreds ot
city references given. Dr. C. has the pleas
ure of referring to hundreds of the profes
sion who have been his patients. Piles, fis
tula, 6TICTL RE8, ULCERS, TUMORS, and all
diseases peculiar to females treated success
fully. Not one in ten are confined to their
beds, tiles cured by a simple application.
Schenck's Standard Bemc
The standard remedies for all diseases of
the lungs are Schenck s pulmonic syrup,
Schenck s seaweed tonic, and Schenck's man
drake pills, and it taken before the lunirs are
destroyed, a speedy cure is effected.
lo these three medicines JJr. Schenck. ot
Philadelphia, owes his un rivaled success in
the treatment of pulmonary diseases.
Ihe pulmonic syrup ripens the morbid
matter in the lungs; nature throws it off by
an easy expectoration, for when the ohletmi
or matter is ripe a slight cough will throw it
off, the patient has rest, and the lungs begin
To enable the pulmomc syrup to do this.
Schenck's mandrake pills and Schenck's sea
weed tonic must be freely used to cleanse the
stomach and liver. Schenck's mandrake
pills act on the liver, removing all obstruc
tions, relax the gall bladder, the bile starts
freely, and the liver is soon relieved.
Schenck s seaweed tonic is a gentle stimu
lant and alterative; the alkalie of which it is
composed mixes with the food and prevents
souring. It assists the digestion by toning
up the stomach to a healthy condition, so
that the food and the pulmonic syrup will
make good blood; then the lungs heal, and
the patient will surely get well if care is taken
to prevent fresh cold.
All who wish to consult Dr. Schenck. either
personally or by letter, can do so at his prin
cipal otlice, corner of Sixth and Arch streets,
Philadelphia, every Monday.
Schenck s medicines are sold by all drug
gists throughout the country.
Von can buy choice mules or any kind
of a horse at reasonable rates, guaran
teed, of J. B. A W". A. FAIKEH,
Mrs. F. Morrell, Bangor, Maine, July 2,
1K73, writes r- "Six months ago my friends
thought me itcarable, suffering from weak
ness, disordered Btomach and fever. The doc
tors gave me no benefit. I was persuaded to
try Golden 's Liebig'g liquid extract of beef
and tonic invigorator; after using three bot
tles began to improve, and to-day feel per
fectly welL" G. W. Jonea & Co., agento.
and Mtencll Xante-Plates,
'o. 31S Main Street, Memphis.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Memphis and Ohio River Packet Com'y
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Jas. Kenniston master I M'Intyre clerk
Will leave WEDNESDAY, April 11th, at 5 p.m.
F'or freight or passage apply to
K. W. l.UiHTBl KNE. Agent. 2!'H KTOtlt St.
JOHIIt A BROWN.
STATU AXIKI. NORTON
FOR FRIARS POINT.
LEE LIXE STEAMERS!
CAMRYIXQ UNITED STATES MAIL.
Stacker Lee master ! E. H. Thomas clerk
Leaves EVERY MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, at ft p.m.. for Helena, Friars Point and
au way and plantation landings.
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 800 Front st.
BROWN & NORTON,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
HATS and CAPS, STRAW GOODS
jLatlies' Trimmed Hats, Etc.,
EXCLTJSIVEIL.Y FOE CASH.
HAVE REMOVED TO
504 and 506 North Fifth St.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Regular Randolph, F'ulton, Osceola and Ashport
Osceola ISelle, jgg
J. G. Andrews master! Plat Rhodes clerk
Leaves Memphis MONDAY, at 5 p.m., and return
For freight or passasre apply on board.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Regular Independent Memphis
Kor Ausmsta. Jarksonport, West Point,
searcy and all v ay Points.
The Regular Independent Packet,
Ed. C. Postal Captain
Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 5 o'clock
p m. Through bills ot lading to all points on upper
White and Black rivers.
Apply for freight or passage to
it w. LinrBtjRjiJi,2H Front street.
R. P. GLENN. Acent. on Wharfboat
HILL, FONTAINE & Gi
AX WHOLESALE CsHOCjQIXS,
and 36S Front street, Memphis Tenn.,
A. C. TREADYVELL.
A. II. TREAD WELL.
S. S. TREAD WELL
Memphis, White and Black Hlvera U. 9.
32 all Line.
Kor Indian Bay, St Charles, Clarendon, Devalls
Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta, J acksonport, West Point,
Searcy, Batesville, Powhattan and Pocahontas.
The elegant passenger steamer
II U Tiff,
Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., con
necting with steamer Mc ARTHUR lor all points on
Through rates of freight and passage to all points
on Black and White rivers.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 800 Front at
B. P. GLENN, Agent, on Wharfboat
Freight consigned to Milt Harrv will he handled
free of storage, dray age and commission, and put i
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C THE AX) WELL A BROS.),
Wholesale Grocers and Gotton Factors,
ar. n uxiox street, jiejipiiis, texiv.,
OFFER COR HALE
5000 rolls BsgrlDg, :iMM barrels fr'lour
lOOO nails Lard, KM casks Bacon,
hhds. Hngar, H barrels Whisky,
gOOO kears Kails. lOOO bairn t offee.
BOO pkgs. Sew Mackerel, lOOO pkg-s. Tobacco.
10,000 bundle Iron Ties,
SO tierces Hams,
50 tierces Lard,
5UO brls. Refined Huzar,
5000 barrels Malt.
Together with a
Jl line of Case tiooda.
' Consignments of Cotton solicited, and liberal advances made on same. All Cnttim innnnvi mMim tn
store, as U as thai consigned to us by river, unless otherwise Instructed.
New Type. New Machinerj
New and Improved Papers.
J. A. HOWE.
S, C. TOOP
WHEELER, PICKENS & CO.,
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE.
Base Balls. A
"DY THE RECENT ADDITIONS OF NEW I E- I
-L SIGNS OF TYPE and NEW MACHINEK ,
and new and lnmroved stocks of oaners. I am ena.
bled to do superior work on verv short notice, and .it
extremely LOW PKItl.K. I can successfully
duplicate work and prices of Eastern and North-rn
cities. I employ skilled workmen In all the depnrt
m nts of my printing and bookblndery business.
and will guarantee entire satisfaction with all Ihf
work turned out of my establishment. I do A 8.L
Kl '. of Printing and Bookbinding, and le-
iuest those desiring either or both to examine
iuy styles anu prices.
iTo. 15 Court Street.
O OO IVIeiAix
Paper Bags, Etc.
Rest sweet Yellow Table Batter.
Best coarse-ground Silrermoon Meal.
Best Silrermoon Flour.
Best Sugar-cored Hams.
Best Sugar-cured Jow ls.
J. J. SULLIVAN.
Flaherty & Sullivan,
317 Second Street, near Monroe
"VTKTALLIC AND WOODEN BTJRIAL CASES
X L and Caskets. Elerant Robes. ients' Hnlm and
Collin TrlmmtnifS. Orders bTtleratth sent nmmntli
C O. D. Special attention paid to embalming.
Xo. 318 SECOND ST.,
Northeast corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tk.nnks.sk.
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES.
The patronage of the public la reaped fully solicited
GRAHAM & PROUDFIT,
SUCCESSORS TO WHITE. LANGSTAFF CO.l
NEW STOCK! Avery's Plows and Implements.
in the most elegant style, at exceedingly low pi.i
Gotten up In the latest and most beautiful sti'es.
for tbe execution of which I have added new stilts
ui iyyc miu carus. . c 1 uur,
15 Court street,
between Main and Front Sts. Memphis, Tenn.
50 brls. Powdered and Cut-loaf Sugar,
100 hhds. New Orleans Sugars,
1000 barrels Flour various grades,
100 barrels Nary Beans and Grits,
10 casks new Prunes and Currants,
400 sacks Rio, Java and Cordova Coffee,
COO boxes Codfish and Dried Herring-.
, lit . 1 . . . I . I T . B '
i inj lulls strictly inoice xiuuer,
500 boxes fresh Crackers and Biscuits,
50 brls. choice Hams and Bfst. Bacon,
200 boxes mild Cheese,
500 pkgs. Pickles and Spiced Pigsfeet.
9b pkgs. Missouri Cider, and numerous
other articles, at
G. A. Eckerly & Bros.
FRONT AND UNION STREETS,
Memphis. : Tennessee.
Acents for Fairbanks' Scales. Htraub's Mills. Eagle Cotton Cilns, Rubber
Beltlnx, etc.. etc
No. 319 Main Street (Rice, Stix & Co.'s old etand), Memphis. Tennessee.
' Mr. A. D. LANOSTAFF will elve tha business his nerannni Rtfentinn
A. Y ACCARO.
B. Y ACCARO.
A. B. V ACCARO
A. VACCARO & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Xo. 324 Front street, Memphis.
SOLE AGENTS FOR COOK'S CHAMPAGNE IMPERIAL.
Havana Lottery, 1877.
Grand Extraordinary Drawing of April 18
1,350,000 iTlSTlCI II LTEO.
First Capital Prise.
17 Court Street,
Are doing Lithographing; in as
good style, and at as low prices,
as it ran be done anywhere in
the United States.
Prizn ... lUMfum
Third Capital Prixe SO.OOO
ST Only 1H.OOO Tickets-.)
2'14rt Prizes, none less than SoOO. Price of Tickets,
Whole. 8100; Half, 8S0; Quarter, $25; Tenth, $10;
Clubs or iiaraes purchasing tickets to the amount
of over SlOO will be allowed a discount of is if
Prizes cashed. Send for circulars. Address all
orders to MAM Kt, OBKAXTIA.
mhiaeod lrlw Common St. New Orleans, La.
A SPECIAL MEETING of the stockholder of
-C- this Association will be held at the Secretary's
office on WEDNESDAY. April 11. 1X77, at itj
o'clock p.m. An amendment to tbe by laws, regard
ing tbe future rate ol Interest on past loans, will be
submitted to the meeting. The monthly meeting
will be held at same time, and the money on band
loaned at rl tier cent. Interest wr annum. Stock.
holders are requested to pay their due during the
day. In order not to delay the meeting. Fines for
non-payment of dues will be strictly enforced.
l. iulalek. President.
H. BaNSbORr, Secretary.
AN INSTITUTION FOB THE
EDUCATION of Y0UMJ LADIES
SITUATED UPON THE
Cl'BEHLAXI PLAT KA I'.
Seven miles from the University of the South.
School year begins March irth.
School year closes December 15th.
Second half term begins August nth.
For particulars apply to
MRS. M. L. YEBGEB, MRS. H. B. KELLiJ,
Principals, Moffat, via Cowan, Tenrt,
Rev. Charles Parsons, Memphis; Rev. Wm. C.Crane
Jackson, Miss.; Hon. Wm. Reese, Nashville.: Dr P
It. Scott, Louisville; R. S. Buck, Vlcksburg, Miss
Ft. Rev. Alex. Uregg, Galveston; Judge J. T Rucks
Briars Point, Miss.; Hon. W. A. Percy. Greenville!
Miss.; Geo. Ransler, New Orleans; Gen. J. Gonra
and Rt Rev. C. T. Julntard. Sewanee. Tenn..
Notice of IMMSolntion.
THIS Is to certify tat the firm of Bill & Ennls Is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, Mr Gus.
5"n.',1.r"t"1",? f"vm tne llrm. K- BUI assuming all
liabilities, and Is alone authorized to collect all
claims. n. BILL.
April 2. 1877. . GUS. EN'NIS.
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