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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-WEDNESDAY, JULY
1877. RA.IL.RO ADM. 311'T SOl'THEKX MAIL KOUTE TU TBI MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON R. 8. Quickest, Ik. ami Shortest Route TO THB KAMT At H01THE.WT. S.Eff, FAST AMI IMPORT AX T CHAXUE OK SCUKDILF, Talvla- CtTeetHnnday.Jnne 17,177. EXPRESS TRALN Memphis dally at Heoiphia MAIL TRAIN . 1 1 :.Vi p.m . 5:20 P. HI .lOJiO am .11 :00 a. in 1-aavei Arrlvi L4es ArrlwM Memphis dally at Memphis SOMEBYILLE TRAIN H.OO p.m t Memphis dally ex-eiit bunday) 8:10 m Tlnw 20 minute luster than city Unie. Toe 1 1 5 p.m. Express Is the UchtBlnjc Train from Memphis. and will only stop at ' tleaa and at Terminal Point. Xhe lO-JIO a-m. Mall Train will stop at Regular stations. Meaaervllle Trail will atop at Kenln aaa ft'las etatlene. The Mcatalaa- K.prean Trill i ma9h,e 2 a Irk. rat tlur ever made to Chattanooga, noxvlile, Lynchburg. Washington, and Eastern eltkea. Only IS henrn -Icm. ta Chattanoam. Only 4 aaara Mraapala ta Waahlatflon. wl.h eorrepoiidlri economy ot time to othar Kaatera ctlles. It ckun af ( in to the various Springs and Watering Places In East Tennessee and Irglnla. Only one chants of Sleeping Coaches between Memphis and Washington. Baltimore, Philadel phia. New York and Bo-ton. bleeping Coaches built expressly lor this Southern route and climate. Splendid lamllj accommodations. fjra4 year Tleketa aad arc they are via Hemphla aad t.'harleeton K.K. JOHSA.BT, Chief Engineer and Ueueral SupertnteudenL u.iKr.v Hi iHrt. Ticket Ageul, 278 Mala st, JAM. K. IF.X. General Passenger and Ticket Agent. T.N.1IAVAXT, Assistant General FaoseTtger Agent. LoulsTilleand N ashYille and Great Southern Railroad. 11-41 o.n.. Kijcht Expreas-(Dally, except 8MuMay.-Cormects at Milan for fcU Louis and Ctdea; at Mckenzie Tor NMh'llle.ChattMionga. Atlanta and the Southeast; at hrta Jor Hop klnsvllie. Henderson and Evansvllle; at Louis ville for all polula North and toft. l,io nn lur Kxprrna Connects for St. Louis and Chicago; at Louisville for all points Worth and East. nm,t. :44 p.m. Parla Accommodation -Dally PuUman Palace Cars on either train to LouisrUle, and on night train to Nashville. yor tickets or Information, apply at Ticket CWnce, 287 Main, northwest corner Madison street. J ana X. t'lyas, Bup'l Memphis Dlv. J aaaew Bpeed, Ticket Agent. Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad CHAKUK ur BCHKUIIH ON and after SUNDAY, May 13. 1877. train wm run as follows: LeaTB. Arm. New Orleans Mall dally at. ... 8:00 p.m 1:80 D-m freight and accoinmodiiUon aally, except Sundays, at 0:30 -m 8:50 a.m Close eonneetloruj made at Orenaoa with trams North and SoutH for all points. Ur- Wot further information, apply to Ticket Office, 287 Main SU, and at Depot. M. Birke, Superintendent. J .nr. Mperd. Ticket AgenL MEMPUIS Sc. LITTLE UOCK RAILWAY The Short Line to Arkansas and Texas. TIME CAKIK lbatb: abkitb: Hall train, dall- 610 D m- Kelght trnln leave Hoie- - djld (8-uiday excepted) 7:IJ0 a-m. 5:20 p.m Passengers going on this road will take trains at toe Depot of the Louisville, Nashville and Ureal ttoutharn Railroad. - Mali train makes close connection at Anrenta lot pouita on Little rtock and Fort Smith Hall road, and at Little Rock with Cairo and Fulton Railroad, for aoluU In Southwest Arkansas and Texas. Pullman Palace Cars on all night trains. For tickets and Information apply at Tlcketmcea 278 and 2K7 Main street, and at the Depot, footof Washington street, or at L. and N. and Ot. So. Depot, or to tie undersUmed. W. K. SMITH, Sup t, Memphis, Tenn. R. A. WILLIAMS, Passengei AgenU M. 8. 3 AT. . P. and T. A- Little Rocfc. FOR KKXT. OJTTONHKD On Shelby street, between Beale and Mh11. Apply to HARRIS, MoKISICK TPRLET, Madison street. H OUSES On ExclianRestiwt; rents low. Apply V . - . . . . 11 .1 ,t U...llann u. STOREHOUS8 No. : Howard's Row. with all water privilege!. K K.MfcACHAM. rttonBlied-Cor. Union an.l Third : lately oonipled by Bchoolneld. Hanauer Co. E. K. Meacham. o FFICES Pair cotton omees, with all water prlv- neges. over .1 nimiipi a nw. - STOREROOM Nos. 87 ana :i'.t aouin vahi . under Tenneesee Clnb. 87 feet frtMit, wlth a depth of V6 feet. Apply lo R.;B. bNOWDUj WASTS. USINE68 N EN Ten more business men to call at ractoiy. ai I eecunu sirccu 3JARTNER With a capital of $1000 In a flrst class paying busliiM- SoH) of It guaranteed. Address MANUFACTURER, this ofllce. 'OMAN To cook. wah and Iron for a family of persons. AOlireiW ri., SALESMEN Two In Memphis, and three to travel In Tennessee and Mississippi; 885 a month, hotel and traveling expenses paid to acceptable men. All appl cants answered. If sUmp w In closed. Otieen City Ulass and Lamp Works, Cin cinnati. Ohio. lj24eod PIANO-A. plana is wanted tor the summer month, by periou who will keep It In good order ddre N B.. Appeal offl.e. M ILLINEB1 Flitclai mMl!nT. H( F. I- III l- J. &rr iMcmiti nticvt. lJ LOAN MONEY-Apply to WOl. HIS Main street, tip-stairs. UOl31S AXD ISO Alt V. "T y OOMS Most desirable In the city and at summer 1 v rates, ai i L loun St.. corner iw ww wim. QUIT OK ROOMd-De-lrable suit of rooms, with onani. ai usi uranwi. TJOARDIN I A suit of Ian?e. cool and elegantly J. J rumlslied rooms, tor a panv union irminu, In a private family where there are noother boarders; table A I ; private, if desired. AudreosJ. Harvey, city. R OOM Furnlsl-ed or uniumlshed front room. with board; alio, oay-noardcre. at 1 It tnun si. R OOM AND BOARD An elegant room, wltb hoard, at list M-iion street- M)R NALK. B UOGIESAND ROCK A WAYS 8 Secoud hand lop tiugg.es, 2 becuuo-haiid Doctors' bugi tes, 4 Second-hand Oiien Buggies, 8 Second-hand pbaelous and Rock ana js. All In ffiMMi rviMlr: for sale cheaD at cm fRl FK CO , 17 Main street WTTON-rRlS One Brooks Cotton press, stpam power attachment, gtxxl as new. very cheap. Apply lO J. I. .1 1 H.SJ1 ,rt g Wl from w A TARE A handsome black mare, "old Lexlng 11 1 km stork " six vera old. lfiAi bands high: trots Inside ot th-ee minutes, and has good saddle falLs. ti. t- uAU I M T TK-ROX CRKAP .L One Ice-box, nx7x.'l feet, lined with Iron: rolds ten kegs ol beer, and room for milk, vegetables, etc i 1A. Dtniu.i, yo. l eaie su OLNTER A tine saloon counter ar d four doors K Apply at No. 44 Washington street. Rl IT BOXES BY THE MILLION Of all sizes. at low prices. WILLIAMS CO., Send for price list. Lumber Dealers. TTNUlNa Ven low. one H-herae power Engine, Xj Boiler and Fixtures. Apply at CVBBINS A fil'N SI nlon Ironworks. A-'nrns street. STKAVKI). CIO W On July 2d, one red-and-whlte spotted j cow, with both ears crotpe. A llheral reward will be paid for ber return to No. P8 Mosby street. comer w inchester nvemie. A CLE One brown horse mule, about six years it dm. small scar on right hip; and oneBAi alHE. ruiderwui be rewatxieii. H. E. CANNON. Bethel Place, W3W A white mnley cow. led around the neck. A VV liberal rewaru ior n-r return to w m. uangan, Mel.'moreaventi. near pia'w remale i oii're. TAKE IT. "WW Vy On July Ifl, 1S77. one milch row, yellow and whlte spotted, with tour white legs, crop off right ear and split on left one. The owner can get the cow by proving property and paying cnargea, hi ine oia i-air liroond. ItL'IXIHXC.. JNO. REID, BUILDER 3X6 Serond IStreet. aVSTAIHd A SPECIALTY. Estimates made for parties aaving losses by nia, ov any atk la my Una TIIK APPEAL Will bf sent to pri fons out of the citf dur ing thf rummer ot OSE DOLLAR a month. The address may It changed tchenecer de- tired. . LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Yesterday was gloomy. I-tst night was cool an J plea;uil. Co to Katival purk concert to-rilit. Mouitotn arc unusually nuuierou ad1 UisaKreeably painful. T1ij r lilmul ktriki' is the theme of gen eral conversation in this city. . uood music win oe piajca ai f""" park to nijht, as this is the rvirular concert evening-. . ... . , ., Next luesday niKht an txcurhion iur k benefit of St. Lazanis Episcopal church will le ifivtn on the bt-ratuer Cons Millar. II. C. Alley, the special Uetective li ft i... l U k'l.Lrintri. k for North jrpuiuaj v. ... - i - i l c Carolina, where the latter is mulcted lor swindling. Thursday mgbt neat a uioouli(,'hl picnic will be niwn at Uie Hethell place, tour uiil.-s from Memphis, on the Tigeon Koout road. Admission, fifty cents. The commissioners, yesterday afternoon, removed Tom Molan and John M'Neely froui the police force, and apjxiinted in their place lake Urown and W. J'. Maxwell. The DeSoto club boat, which is to take part in the race, wus carried up Second street, i ii.nnw v Ailsimx to the river, vesterday. The boat attracted general attention. Hotnola, Adam Hfde and I he Mill on tne Floss, by George Eliot. Novels by Charles Ueade, Misa Muloch and other celebratea au thors, twenty centa a copy, at Mansford s. The ladies of .U race church will give an other sociable Thiirfday evening, July 2Cth, at the residence of Mr. T. II. Milburn, corner Tate and Orleans streets. Tickets fifty cents, refreshments included. The firemen of company No. 2 have erected a conifovtablelbath-housc. rear ot their ball, on Main street. The Imt: -nouse is a credit to the good taste of the men who compose this company. lIeiJ. of the Washington street varieties, has been arrested for violating the United States revenue laws. An individual named guinn gave assurance that lleid had plenty of capital, and would sustain a variety show. At the election to fill vacancies in rank of the Bluff City Grays, the following named members wer unanimously chosen: Second lieutenant, Charles Leflingwell; junior sec ond lieutenant, Herbert Hhett; orderly, Louis It. U. Hunter. Do not fail to attend the Lstival park concert to-night. The programme has been arranged with great care and cannot be oth erwise than entertaing to all who are present. The selections are from the best and most eminent composers. There will doubtless be a large attendance. ; The bale of new cotton from Texas, the first new bi le of the sesison received here, was sold by auction opposite James & Sons, store yesterday morning, A. M. Stoddard auctioneer. There was a good attendance, and the bale was knocked down to Messrs. Hartmus At Co., at l ie a pound. The favorite southern song writer, John T. Rutledee, composer of Sare the iu eetest Kiss for Me, has in Whisprr You'll be Mine, Ijure, given us most decidedly the prettiest song of the past ten years. It has a perfectly bewitching melody that sings itself right into the hearts ot music lovers the world over. Hollenberg has it for sale. Acting-Recorder Egnew yesterday trans acted the following business : Henry G. Smith, nuisance, case continued for trial; Nettie Har mon, drunk, discharged; D. L. Gillespie and J. E. France, keeping lottery, fined fifty dol lars each; John ledger, assault and battery, fined live dollars; Charles Boatall. drunk, dis charged; John Doyle, drunk, fined five dol- ln.ru. Chief Atny yesterday received a telegram stating that I'oiiceman w . 11. uueii, oi iuis city, was in an unconscious condition and on the verge of death at Bailey Springs, Ala bama, where he had gone in search of health. Mr. Udell was one of the best and most rclia- I I. t' dm nsiliffk fnrpp Via -was generally esteemed and respected by all of r - - . if. i ...-.iv. nA ni8 acquaintances. iiu icuvua u, nuu uu inrce cnuaren. . PERSONAL. Mit. K. n. Dl-ncas. of Geortria, is visiting his brother, Captain 11. I . Uuncan, ot mis city. Mkssiuj. Gko. W. Armistkad, and West Armistead, of the Bolivar Bulletin, are in the city. Misa Alice Raises, of Nashville, who has leen the euest of her cousin, Miss Laura nslcy, lett yesteruay ior nome. Mit. G. F. Nkm.i. of the Winona (Miss.) Press, is visiting the city in the interests ol his well-known and able jourriid. M Ajoit R. H. WiLDBKROEU. commandaut of i--iVli ami prorcssor of natural sciences at llio ivcniucKy nuiiiary msiituie, is iu uiu cjljt for a'week or so. Dits. Paul Otey. Heber Jones. Brown and J. H. Nuttall, yesterday made a careful examination of a negro man who is peculiarly afflicted with elephantasu. 1 he location, as well as the development of the disease, has aroused no little interest among tne puysi- cians. Kkoxvillk. Chronicle. 21st: "Attorney- General J. B. Heiskell, of Memphis, arrived in this city on last night s tram. Ju,-c o. W. Heiskell. also of Memphis, who ha-s been spending a few weeks at Rogersville, came down yesterday morning. Both are stopping with their father. Colonel V. S. Heiskell." Brownsville Bee: "It is our painful rlnfv to record the death of Maior Thomas Owen, at his residence, three miles'west of Ajruwusviiie, i ut-Auuji uiui, otui- - iL stant. aged eighty seven yearr. IL. was one of the oldest and most respected citizens of the county ot Haywood; truly a man ot wnoui :t 1 cowl in lii.r, thnrt w9 rit crllil.' L Dnelit. lionobt. rjonoiaUlo ana strai'.'ntior- ward in all of his thoughts and actions. A good man if-everone lived true, worthy ard well beloved by all who knew him. We will seldom look upon his like again. His remains were interred in the family burying-ground Wednesday evening. AMUSEMENTS. Hteamltoat Cxruralon. Vridav nicht an excursion for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd will be triven on the steamer James W . Gaff. This order ol charity is now encumbered with a debt due on the building, and it is hoped that the excursion will prove a financial success in order to tav the amount due. Extensive ar rangemenu are being maue to renaer uns one of the mot enjoyable excursions of the season. The Sisters ot the Oood hliepherd deserve well of the Memphis public, and we hope that this excursion will be generally and liberally patronized. NEW PUBLICATIONS. Thk July number of Hubbard's Xetrsia- per Adcerttser has been received. The catalogue of the Eat Tennessee uni versify, Knoxville, haa been issued The catalogue of the Norwood high-school irginia, has made lta appearance. . The annual catalogue of Vanderbilt versity, Nashville, has been received. TnK Tennessee Chop Report, for June, 1877, has been issued in unbound form by J, B. Killibrew, commissioner of agriculture, statistics and mines. The Spiritiml Magazine, edited and published by Rev. Samuel Watson, of this city, is equal to any former number of this journal. The present number contains start ling articles relative to different phases of spiritualism. St. Nicholas, the justly popular and charming angazine, has made its appearance for August. The original style of the articles in if. ichoias, ana the clever nietnou in which they are treated by their authors, coin mend this enterprising magazine to the atten tion of all who appreciate the character of i progressive and enlightened monthly. Its contributors embrace men and women of the highest order of talent. The International TfEViEw.for Anaust" has made its appearance, and contains oi iginal articles from eminent contributors on boiu sidf s of the Atlantic. The contents are noted in 1 the following articles: "The Turk in Europe." by Charles Kendall Adams: Ought Russia to IVevail?" by Julius von Bi "I'he Old IhiUh and Flemish Master- I vou Brie,( h Mter, Philin Gilbert Hamerton: "The Lite Worl Fair," by General Francis A. Walker; "lje ?' Cornwall," by Ed arm I '. Whipple; J easihility of a Code of International ,uln by the late Ex -Governor Emory Wojn. T T l . 4Tf 114. eF IjfuDnf ImArif' lib, German and Italian Publications, showing the degree of literary activity which distinguishes these several nations at the presr-nt time; Uotemporary aix ieuer, r. I')," bv P. G. Hamerton; "Cotemporary Events' The International Review is pub lished by A. S. Barnei & Co., Ill and 113 ...... . . -VT V 1. linanis street, sxvw irai. The July number of the New York Sani tarian is unusually attractive and will afford very general interest to all who read ita pages. The Sanitarian being the organ of the medico-legal society, is conducted upon the highest principles known to these profea olrpa.lv a -rmlit the character of American scientific literature. The Sani tarian is devoted to the preservation ot health, mental and physical culture. It is edited and published by Dr. N. N. Bell. Dr. T. P. Corbally and J. Y, Culyer, C. E., ai3 the associate editors. T.i.- Vi-miciiv a cmrul monlhlv rjublished by John L. Shorey, at 'M Broomfield street, lSoeton, has made its appearance for August. This number of the Surerg should find a welcome in every household, for it abounds witn interesting anu ciiit-tuuuuiii wuimw, -.-,( i. . in a ct vie nf lx':iiitil'nl simmicitv. Ev- , .,,t;,.l Frnm " A I):ivnt. the Beach." bv Jane Oliver, to "My Pets," by Mamie, are capital productions, isui we cannot nienuun one-halt of the excellent content of the Au .,( v. ,.ru t.-orv nrt.ic.le of which is hand somely and lntcliiifcntly illustrated. r iiiviiiTT,a Mlfll7IVK if nil ntrloW Wll h the productions of thought and culture varied as it is instructive. Lady Blanche Murphy concludes her paper ot the Uius- t I ! 1, i , . t-.ii-inj in 1 Ii -Vl the I'iLH- Udicil i.iim. ovi.tc, . --" ' ties of Eltz, Auerbach, Drachentels and Kheinfels. as well as the towns of Cologne and Worms, receive attention troru this gifted writer. Rebecca Harding l'avis furnishes from chapter three to five bar inter esting article "A Law Unto Herself." Lizzie W. Champney contributes a short article, called "Vena's Old Man," which unites the inspiration of Uncle Tom's Cabin, but is fear fully dt fective in negro dialect and truthful llelineatnmt!. tnoaffU ctuo nonoi in memory of John Brown's spirit. Emilie - . . a. , 1 4IC51 " Poulson Uevotes turec stanzas u oieep, triUULlon upuu limu ' .in j "" -. ,T turj'-" Gillman C. Fisher gives a sociable article about the cafes of Paris, and David her tells ot the same institutions among uie Muscovites, his paper being entitled "In a ' " T Wpip Michell has a 1 1 UO.'lltU A.AUnt.aa - page of verse entitled "The Marsh, and Penn Shirley a short story called "The New Soprano." The August number of Scribner 8 Monthl; is a "gem ot ntro uelignt, amusing Knowi edtre and also arousing wonder, while it in- , , MM 1 ' 1 C 1 ... I . . .. terests ana pleases, ino jisu oi uiuu.uu embraces persons well known to the literary world, and in fact justly claims an unusually large number of magazine writers of much note. Miss Kellogg's article on "Home Japanese Melodijs," is sweet and simple as the subject which she so gracefully treats, and gives a clear insight into the music of this people. Lovers of sport will be de lighted as well as instructed with Charles E. Whitehead's contribution upon "North American Orouse, accompaniea as it. is Strawberries TV ALA 0AV.Ul(aivs a"wav-w- " . . constitute the subject of an enthusiastic but well-meaning essay by John Burroughs, ... . .. .. -r i . . . .. 1-. . ,. while J. ijgiingion aioniguiuurv uuca um best in an illustrated paper upon the railway across the Andes, entitled, " A Railroad in tho Clouds.". Twenty five pictures serve to handsomely illustrate Henry Sandham's contribution upon "Cana- r,rvv4a " Mm Jpnpt ChasA Hovt's Tjic- ture of nature in its untamed forests, from Maine to Canada, is entiueu "uaoes in ine Wwl. " TW. ia an article, of fresh. YlCt- , , UVUOi j . , ' - thnncrht. induced bv a summers recreative journey through the lorests. - . IT 1 1 1 U n n Mrs. rrancis nougson jjuiuctt which a. good dialectic story, entitled "Smethurst sess," and Berthold Auerbach gives a love novelette, with tine illustrations by Prof. Taul -X-il T ...i: Mnm I? lnurtuann, ot me ueiim awucuij. C. Wveth contributes a character-sketch, en titled "Moses an Aaron," the subject of which is a preternaturally pious and naturally 1 1 1 .Ua. vnininna in vrin O Vw-TTfl j jiijrin ii; ivt jinmu. ' -J ..K,,f .jin infroarinop nn(l fthort UtOrV called Swart Among the Buckeyes. A new "Hia Inheritance." is begun bv Adeline Trafton, and already gfves assurance of success. The poems in this number are "Summer Thoughts, by v. a. roster; "ite flections," by the author of "Deirdre;" "As syrian Night Song," by R. H. Stoddard; Mauri giU, Dy Sj. j. owudiiui, uuu 'Guests," by Celia Thaxter. Trc TV.UTTT kn Srtpvcy MnTSTKI.Y. for Au- gust, is a work of great merit, general nA mncf pyo! lonf. value, for it alx)unds with articles of the choicest in formation which thorougn education, sys i : .,.! ami imlpi'tirio-iililA research on IKUldU Di-uuj muu ... r, tl, ovf Ilia anflini-a mill contributors can afford. Dr. F. L. Oswald's article relative to in. ua.i u ' 1 the importance ot the protection oi American -...,. oi; ,mti', inlliipncpa and sad conse ItJlUBLO, ilc wiiuuwu iu..vM.. - ...I,:.. I. wio iil,-. fi--,n ihpir imnnuWnt U lllIILtn YY 11 1 11 ILOUlll r -- destruction, is a production of great scientific trutn ami Historic hjihihis. ah .j.-,- this article too perfect in theory to be true : .,.. fnr niiinnir other thincr the learned 111 iPim-i) -v. t ,.i author says: " Y Jtereeer tobacco and cotton and cultivated tue worii oi rum nan mau rapid advances, and in all the southeastern ..-i e Ar;-;;. ami North Carolina, ana throughout Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia ana toutn aroun.t, tuc uavc-ci. xuajr hout-8 without seeing more than tour or five trees in a group." Our personal observa tions, derived from an experience in travel nonl v.-l ifi vro tt T 1A " irrOlin OI LfCtiS WJ UC .Mw .a KM rn 4lian n voillifv nf nature. The article, however, k of much merit, and if its behests be obeyed tnc otates oi . iue umuo ltiir-.il nrnsneritv. and in- 111,11, U1.1V1.1 " I -I or.,l nf rotrrnn-ajlinrr would improve as IO their soil, climate and productiveness. The same lournal contains an intcrraung wuuo V I,,r,r.a Crntrh. M. D.. F. R. S.. tUn min'Ain miirrntmna of the Norwetzian lemming, wnicn an stuacnw oi nauinu moiuijr wmniini,!! a a f.np tiiuA ipmm ns oi ijinmeus. Will I o,, ...... . ' -- ' or Oeorychus lemmus, of Illiyer, a hue 8am- . . i -1 i : . iu:. i i . A i r nl u-riioh rjc fV fll lill t i I in 11113 ClI V IcLSli AC Ji v Ul. l . - - :-... .v- t '.liaa tnonnrrmp. Inn ftintrular W 111 LCI -JJ VVIV a - C. theory of the march ot these rodents, as given Dy Lf. V-roiXU, in trquiu iu pvuiu vi iuw.iw w that of the mitrration of birds in the Genius of Christianity, lae iransiauou irum - . . i i i .ii iai a r . - . . - ran 1 i f T - Saturt't ot tne JaoioenKon meinou oi uiecin- ...1 )i,.V nrVint-A turn .nrlnn nointit rinraJ- tai nj;iituiut .-.v sr " " I lnl .nUr coti-irafAil litr n nnn-ritniliiomr. are used without requirmg the adjustment ot the I! A , 1 A ... ,-w rln innnOOtant- flAinf. Id . i it i e n an aiticie wormy tne purus-u ui on yiwvuB at all interested in this branch of modern science. The extract from the Economist en- 1.1 1 IUU , II V - - T-ia& .m- wu... . .7 f . Economy," presents novel, but philosophic tltt 1 1 : A A 1 Af nets, lue wriir creuiia mc ricutuiuaii, 'rt;Vr,r,nn;ap miVk tho first invention, and denominates' Ettas Howe Lis follower. Other articles in this number are: "The Status of Women and Children," by Uerbert apencer; A 11UU X AAA UUt;u nuv "A"-1" " - by Thomas M. Brewer; "The Import ot Protoplasm," by Michael otter; "Matches, by John A. Garver; a lecture on "Marcus Aurelius Antonius," by Count Vaux, and a iaper on J maginauon, oy it. riiuuuwura, the hterarv tociety of Washington, listriet of Columbia. Lreubrie't Ureat Clearing; Sale. Reduction in shirt", 25 and Goc, worth double. Bargains in linen hankcrcbieis, f I and f 1 50 a dozen, i inest white nose in tne citv, 8, 10 and 12Jc. F'ans, ruebings and veilings at cost. Fine napkins, every grade, Trom 75c down, worth double. aillllncry.anfl Straw irice. Goods at Half Towels, towels, towels, 10, 15 and. worth fully 2c more. Greatest barpetg parasols, 25, 35, 45 and 55c. Fine ' 60c, worth 1 50. SSpecialties in H derwear, at . - wln Lenbries Breat Clearing Saly Jnam , , c for hire at 55 Saddle horses and bug Union street. . , . . .yshown that one gets I r has been repeat two-thirds of better results froij- than from fuU amount llooley s yeast rc;ig powder in the world, of any other lound out fact and i v u atro1 Ml through the country i i itt Ln.rwn.3 rw . nse popular preference abso- prove thim"1 lulely. -KAAnsortinent of Hats Atueidy' Co-'8' Main street. E AixiiA. "Neunl" cures it. Sold by yodcs & Co-t Memphis. .t May Interest onr Lady Readers , know that the painful effects of sunburn nnn n llpliciil. fct-m ci n 1 i m in 1 i t lul it n.- n:(iVP(l iy Uie u,p of j & y Atkinson's toilet V, vinegar. Kentucky .Hilitnry Institute. Calt on Major R. H. Wildberger, at ;'.17 Main street, for information in regard to the entry of cadets. TIIK JSCHOOlrTAX CASE. The Court af Atbltratloo llecldea la PaTor ar the catr The Opinion In rail. 1-na throA nttornpvs selected to hear and arbitrate the tax case between the city of Memphis and board of education, yesterday returned the following opinion, which ex plains itself: Chancery Court of Shelby County Memphis bcnooi Board e. The City ol Mempms. The undersigned, to whom the matters in controversy in the above cause have been Bubmittea by me parties ior uecision, navm heard the parties and considered tne case, have come to the following conclusion. We understand the single question submitted to us to be this: Whether, under the proviso of ion upirpntv-three of the citv charter, the city had the right to use the tax laid on the capital of merchants employed . in their business. lor tne purpose oi paying the "current expenses of the police and fire departments. his question we answer in the affirmative. 'I'he phrase, " lax on mer chants," under our constitution, as interpre ted by the supreme court, in our opinion, em braces the tax on the capital as well as on tlifi occupation of merchants, and in this sense we think it is used in tne proviso to sam sec tion. On the facts contained in tne agreect case, we determine and decide that the board of education if not entitled to a decree against the city for ten centji on every hundred dol lars of the tax levied and collected for the years 175 and 1876, on merchant capital, and used by the city to pay the current cx- iienses of the police and fire departments. Given under our hands this twenty-fourth .lay of July, A. D. 1877. ncnni l. rxiir.n. W. Y. C. HUMK3. C. F. VANCE. 1'rompt Payment----" The Batesville (Miss.) Blade contains the rn : i. ur a transaction which ioiiowmir www- - - -- snows the prompt and honorable manner in which one of our best insurance companies conducts its business: On the morning ot the eleventh instant our l-Io.-ii rpcwlpnnp in f ll O tlWIl of RatiPH- un i aiuij I' .n...,..., ... - ' . ville, Mississippi, occupied by Captain S. D. I'owell s family, was accidentally consumer by fire. We had, a few weeks previous to iUa Ktirimncr tnlrpn out. a noliev On the two- Story building for twenty-three hundred dol lars, and two hundred aouars on uie one-story building standing near by. in the Planters insurance company, of Memphis, through VWtam-34artin, their agent in this district. The company w;is at once notified of the ac cident, and Mr. John G. Lonsdale, jr., their efficient secretary, met us in this place, who, after hearing the supposed cause of the fire, promptly adjusted our loss by sight draft on the company for the full amount of our in surance, while clouds of smoke were yet rising from the ruins. Such prompt action on the Eart of the company in pa3"ing our loss is ighly creditable to it, and fully accords with its well-established reputation for honesty and good faith toward ita policy-holders who sustain loss or damage by fire, and we take great pleas-ire in recommending the Planters insurance company, of Memphis, to the peo ple of Panola county as a perfectly reliable southern institution, which every man desir ing insurance should feel an interest in sup porting, they having already paid out a much larger sum for fire losses in this community than they can possibly get back soon in the way of premiums. j. A. cooi'Eit, It. M. KYKfi. Batesville, Miss., July 13, 1877. Mechanics Building and Loan Association. The stock in the Mechanics building and loan association is being rapidly taken up. The first regular meeting for the purpose of loaning out money will be neid on August 8th. Parties desiring to borrow money at a low rate of interest, on real estate, should ap- dIv at once for stock to H. J . Ward, the secre tary, at the office of the Planters insurance company, 41 Madison street. Saddle horses and buggies for hire at 65 Union street.- Sapdle horses and buggies for hire at55 Union street. . Fifty Sew Styles Fancy stationery, very elegant and cheap, just received at Dod's, 279 Main street. John . Sick. . Baddies. Harness, Leather and 8hae Findings, at reduced prices. 860 Slain St. SPECIAL. KOT1CC TTTE are Instructed to sell, on reasonable terms, VV and at very low figures, the property knon as the CAPITOL HOUSE, comer of Summer and Deaderick streets. In the city of Nashville, Tenn. A von small mlilll Innul Investment In the way of re pairs, will render this one of the most desirable hotels or private boanllnghouses In the city. For iunner iiiioimanon appiy 10 a. t. c ninwunxi SON, Keal E.ifcite Agents, 40 N. College street. Nashville. Tennessee. ST K AM BOATS. Notice to Mliiers. Ilnslneas Men and Travelers ucneruii-. ON and after this date, July 2d, the Str. ' .-.JL4 PHIL ALLIX will take the place of 5PS3a Str. A.. I. White or- Jondaysfor A rkan&i City ami all way lamliiiRS. doing all way and bend business. i.nvH ai-t.ru wonTiIV. at sharu n n.m. Leaves every WEDNESDAY Tor Vlcksburg, at 5 p.m., making all her usual landings, and connecting at Vlcksburp with the renowned Str. K. E. Lee for New Orleans; will take all way and bend fiv.feht at lowest rates; also through freights and passengers to points below Vlcksburg to New Orleans. Shippers please bear In mind tne "Allin" must leaveat snarp a p.m. JOHIM J. 1.1 ArtttAtitl, DUp k J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent. FOR LOUISVILLK AND CINCINNATI. ror Louisville and Cincinnati. - The elegant passenger f teiimer - GOIJJUN CITY, J. D. Heeler master I S. M'lutye clerk Will leave Glenn's Wharfboat THURSDAY. July 26th, at 10 am. For freight o- passage apply to R. P. GLENN. Agent, cn Wharfboat. TVTEMPHIS AND OHIO RTTEB PACKET CO. iy For Louisville ana iiuciiiuuu oieniuer VINT. SHINKLE J. Kenniston, mister; M'Intyre, clerk will leave WEDNESDAY, July25tU, at Bp.m. Special Fare from Memphis to New York, 825 50; to Philadelphia, $24 50. Meals and staterooms on steamer included. For freight or pissage apply to R. W. LIGHTBURNE. Agent, iUrt Front -t. FOR NEW 0RLEAH8. For Vlcksburg, Natchez, New Orleam and Interme diate landings The elegant aeamer Charles Morgan, 3il Alf. Stein master I Harry Stein....... Will leave Glenn's Wharfboat ?trSrT5fflaM DAY, July 2th, at 10 a.m. t 'wh- Jonat apply to R. P. GLENV Ant' on wt'arrooat- port ASHPORT. Memphis s"J Osceola Packet Line-Carrying United Starelail.-Steanier . . Osceola Belle, 1 t a Andrew master I C. H. Fay. clerk leaves Memphis every MONDAY aid WEDNES DAY at6 p.m., lor Randolph, Fulton Osceola and Asiiport. Passengers and shippers lease -bear In mind tlat we leave on time. FOR FRIARS POINT LEE LINE 8TEAHBBS! OUtBYISa UNITED STATES MAIL. Str. COAIIOTIA. vesYERY FRIDAY, at tt p m.ffor Friars Point and all way and plantatlonnnu"f- ann . . J. T. WASHING"3."' Agent, 300 Front St. FOpvVHITE RIVER. SIIT HAKKYX ..H. hite and Blaekt BlTur 17. &. aientpnis . Kail Idne. - . . v, T -tn Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devalla "S. '.' Des Are, Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point, Siivf, Batesville, Powhattan and Pocahontas. He elegant passenger steamer KUTII, . . j5an Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY, at 6 p.m., con necting witn steamer McARTHUB for all points on Black river. Through rates of freight and passage to all pouita on Black and White rivers. For freight or passage apply on board or to J. TTW ASHING TON, Agent, 300 Front St. B, P. GLENN, Agent, on Wharfboat Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be handled free of storage, drayage and commission, and put through prom ptlj. Regular Independent Memphis and Unite Ativer Packet. For Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point, Mearcy and all Way Points. The Regular Independent Packet, ' HABD CASH, Ed. C. Postal .I.Capiain Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 5 o'clock p.m. Through bills of lading to all points on uppei White and Black rivers. Apply for freight or passage to ' - R. W. LI6HT&URN&, 55flfJ Front Street. R. P. GLENN. AkhiL on Wnarfhoat. COPAUTXEIISIIIP. Notice of Copartnership. HAVING formed a paraiershlp with A. R Humes to carry on the Drug Business, at the place formerly occupied by C. C Ward 4 fctro., I will be bappy to see all of my old friends and customers, also those of C. C. WanI 4 Bro., aod the public generally, at our place of business, No. 215 Hails Street. A. B. MORRISON. A. R MORRISON. A. B. n I'M Ed. MOK RISO.X Jk. II IT .tl EM, .Dirusslats, Oi MAIN STREET, formerly oecupled by C. ZiJlOC. Ward 4 Bro., Memphis, Tennessee LOW ASSOCIATION. PEOPLES BUILDINGCOFilPANY CAPITA. li, - 400,000 OI'I'ICEKs. W. A. GOODMAN. President. r. 1,. HAnlK. ic-i-n-sn"-!!.-. UEOHIaE MITCHELL. Treasurer. J. A. SIMMONS. Secn-t.iry. - ROBINSON 4 MA LONE, Attorneys. BOARU OK IUKECTORS. W. A. GOt)DMAN. J. W. HEATH. i:HiuiK MiTrilET.T C R. RYAN. JOHN B. ROBINSON. R. O. CUAKi K. L. WAiiNlVH. 1. W.liuiOl. v. Tho hnnk nf the mmtiant are onen for subscrip tions, and stock can be obtained by applying to the c Ulcers and directors at their i-laees of bii.slnrss. W. A. ItUUUMAJ, i-ieaiucuu J. A. SrMsiOhS, Secretiiry MECHANICS Building & Loan Ass'n CAPITAL, - 5300,000 Ol'KHKItH. G. V. RAMBAUT. President JOS. HAINES. vice-lresiiienu H. J. WAKD, Secretary. JOHN LONSDALE, Jk.. Treasurer. SMITH 4 COLLIER, Attonieys. KO t Hit OF II1KKCTOIW, D. T. I'ORTKK. JOHN REID. . W. WAlNKHiHT, A. B. MOHRISON, M. L. BACON. JACOB . I. PERKS. JOSEPH HAINES. G. W. MACRAh, G. V. RAMBAUT, G H. Jul AIL The books of the Association are oen for sub scription, arid stock can be obtalneil by applying to either the Secreiary, ?t the olllce of the Planlers In surance Co., No. 41 Madison sliwt. or tho oIIUmts and directors, at their place or business. G. V. RAMBAUT, President, H. J. Ward, Secretary. MONEY TO LOAN. STOCK KOR SALE. NO Back Dues. Fotinli Series. New Series or Shares can be had at present In The Itlnft City Itiiilding: ami Loan AsNociation, which Is firmly established and very successful. Now In Its second year. Six per cent. Interest allowed on advance payments. Withdrawals on cue month s notice after one year's pajme.it Is made. Stated meetings are held on the third Monday or every month, at 8 p.m. Large amount ot moneys loaned out on real estate at every meeting, tjr Ofllce, 41 Madison street, basement. G, H. JUDAH, Piesldent S. Sturm. Secretary. SHXIaBY county BUI1-D1KQ AXI LOAN ASSOCIATION Capital, $600,000 Board of Directors. D. T. PORTER, JOHN GUNN. R. D. GOODWIN. A. B. HiYNES. W. J. McDERMOTT, THOMAS HOLM AN, JR. P. M. WINTERS, M. GAVIN, J. M. COLEMAN. C. W. HEISKELL, R. D. JORDAN. A. B. HAYNES, President, THOMAS HOLMAN, Jr., Vice President, D. T. PORTER, Treasurer, W. J. McDERMOTT, Secretary. BELCHER dt JORDAN, Attorneys. The Stock Certificates and Pass-books or thy aliove conioratlon are now ready, and a n be had be applying to the Secretary, 85 Madison street, west side of basement. . , . t A. B. HAYNES, President W. J. McDkrmott. Secretary CASH DISTRIBUTIOX. KENTUCKY Cash Distribution Co. Authorized by an act of the legislature for the sup portof the City School or Frankfort, will positively have their Second Drawing In the city of Louisville, Kentucky, OX AUGUST 30, 1H77, Or Money Will Be Kcfuiulcd. $310,000 CASH IN PRIZES ! FAB3IER8 A DROVEKS B4XK, Louisville, Hy, Treasurer. Tn, uitmt.ii T RK4tKirrPITT.I.V notifiet that 1 conseauence of the precedent established by the fiirnwcnmnanv. and not wlshlnir to make a scale: or fnictional drawing, the management have made a short postponement or sixty nays, w nue reKrei. Uni, ti mitt tne itiilnleence of their natrons even foi this short per od, It is on their account that this postponement Is made, as many have expressed thplr ujiahen that this drawlm? should be a full one. The company Is pleased to announce that the Courts or Kentucky nave uecmeu mai vue cuuici under which their distributions take place is LEGAL BEYOND QUESTION. nniw sustained hv law. and the recelnls being most encouraging, the nianasenient emphatically state that tin drawing will positively take uluou on Au gust aoiu, Or Money Will Be Jtefumtcd lu Full LIST OK PRIZES. 1 Prize of v 8 Q 000 1 Prize of - ?i' 2,n 1 Pttze of 1 o.OOll 1 Prize of. 10.0OH 8 Prizes of SoOOO each IS.OiMi 5 Prizes of SHOW) each 10,000 20 Prizes of $1000 each 20,000 40 Prizes of S5'K) each 20 00(1 100 Prizes of 820O each 20.00O hOO Prizes of SllH) each 1C 0J BOO Prizes of $50 each a.v.OOi) 6000 Prizes of $10 each UO.OOO 6872 Cash Prizes, amounting to 110.000 Whole Tickets. $10; Halves, $5; Quarters, $2 50; 11 Tickets. S100; HXlz Tickets, S300; 6 Tickets. $500. Remittances can be made by Hall, Express. Draft. P. O. Order or Registered Letter, made pa j able to , W. Barrow 4 Co. All communications connected with the Distribution, or o ders for tickets, and ai plicatlon of Agents lo .sell Tickets, should head dressed to ;. V. BARROW (M., Geii'l Mamigers, Courir-Joumal Building. Louisville, Ky. B? Itcnieinber August SOth. Xotinic for-delay nrv. daw s'l.uiiitiriit. Browne, the Plumber. Gas Pipes, Water Pipes, Steam Pipes, Stone Pipe, Rubber Pipe, Bath Tab. Puiups, Hydrants, Gam Fixtures! Has Fittings: lira FlttiussI EVERTTUIXG CIIEA1'. J. W. X. BROWNE, 258 Second St., opp. Court Square KOX-BESIDEKTS. 'on-Re.sident Kotice. No. 20H1 In the Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee L J. Langston, Adm'r of Mary K. Bar nett, dee'd. vs. H. W. Peters etal. It appearing from the bill In this cau-e, which Is sworn to, th-it the defendants. H. W. Peters and his wife. Belle Peters, Benjamin Collins. Moses Collins, J. R. Collins, .Tames Collins, Hugh Collins. Catherine Hubbard and her husband, Hubbard, A. S. Ouss- away and his wife, Amanda Gussawar, Sim mons and his wile. Jerusua Simmons, Horace Mil ler and his wife, Josephine Miller, Alva Collins, Parmella Collins, widow or E. W. Collins, deceased, and guaidlan of his minor children, wliu.se names are not known: Alonzo A. Moss, Hugh Moss, Orvllle Moss. Annie Smith Mary Collins and her husband, Andrew Collins, ii.irrtt-t Lungsion. Ira M. Camp and wife. Eliza Ciimp, and the unknown helm of John Collins, deceased wlu.se name are unknown and who are supixised to reilde in Arkansas,!, are all non residents of the State of Tennessee: It Is therefore ordered. That they make their ap pearance herein, at the courthouse In the city cf Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first Monday In September, 1M7 7, and plead, answer or demur to com plainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con fessed as to them and set for hearing expnrte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, forfour successive we?ks. In the Memphis Apiieal. TbW2Md day of July. 1X77. A copy atle.it: E. A. COLE, Cleik and Master. By E B. McHenry, Deputy Clerk and Blaster. Heiskell, Weather ford 4 Heiskell, Solicitors for comiM'ta. )y25 wed Aon-Resident A'otice. No. 2i!22 In the Chancery Court or Shelby county, Tennessee-G. F. Farrow, Adm'r of J. M. Farrow, deceased, vs. P. S. Farrow etal. It appearing from the bill In this cue that It Is a froceealng Instituted to wind up the estate of J M. arrow, deceased, as an Insolvent estate: It Is there fore ordered, that all parties claiming to be creditors of said estate make their appearance herein on ur before Monday October 15. IK77. and have them selves niade parties to this uroceedlng and file and establUb their claims, or the same will lie foreter barred: and that a copy of this order be piibllsLcd once a week, lur four successive weeks. In the Mem phis Appeal. TbLs 23d day or July. 1877. A copy aitest : & A. COLE, Clerk and Master ' By E. B. M'Henry. Deputy C. and M. Weatberfora 4 Estes, Sols, for conipl'L wed .TJKDICAIj. Meet the wants of those who need a afe and re liable medicine. The immense demand which haa so ranidlv followed their introduction is evidence thnt uiey'do supply this want, and proves them to be I K MOST POPULAR P1LM ever furnished the American people. The highest medical authorities concede their superiority over all others, because they possess alterative, tonic, and h'-aiinj properties contained in no -other medicine. Bcintt; strongly A nti-lUlious, they expel all humors, correct a vitiated state of the system, and, be ine purely vegetable, they do not, like other pills, leave the stomach and bowels in a worse condition than they found tliem, but, on the contrary, impart a healthy tone and vigor before unknown. OUR WORDS INDORSED. Dr. C. L. MITCHELL, Ft. Meade, Fla., says: . . . ' inmv the inferiority of your fills, and Tvaut to set them used instead of tie roortUlett compounds sold iu this country .' ... Rev, R. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky., sayss ' 1 utt'M fills ar worth tutir weight i ffo'u." Ha'4 Sick Headache and Piles 30 Years. . . . llia -well. Gaining strength and flesh ez'eif day. ... It. S. Austin, Springfield, Mu. He Defies Chills and Fever. ..." 1174 Tut ft tills, we defy chills. Illinois owes you a debt cf gratitude. " . . . K. It. Uiiiley, Chicago, 111. Sold everywhere. Price 25 cents. Office, 3; Murray Street, New York. Grav hair is ehanaed to a oioisv black bv a single application ot this dye. U is eusiiy applied; nets like magic, and is as harmless as spring water. Never disappoints. Sold by druggists. Price fl .CO. Office, 35 Murray Street, New York. Memphis Medical A Miirsriral limtilate l'.'rt Tumi) Stkkkt, corner Wnshln!ton, for the re-ccpin,-ii ami tmtmttlt ol Invaittis oj a nr.w sis TEM adapted to the GERM THEORY OK DISEASE. All di.se ises and deformltltsi or the Eyes, and deaf ness and ulcerations of the Ears, sclaltles: all others of the Head, Throat. I.iinsrs. Heart, Liver, Stomac'.i, BoweU, Kidneys. Generative Organs, Skin, Bones and Malignant Ulcerations. Scrofula even those considered Incurable treated successfully. Cancer, J-'Istula. Piles, cured without pain. Every iiossible surgical oiieratlon iierfoniied. Lady Physi cian attends latlies. Siedlcatd Baths, Color-rays, Elei-triclty. Matoietl.sm, utlllzeil. Bet references. Satisfaction guaranteed. Send for clrculiu-. Drs. Ma Rak. BtJMin . iijsKKT, Physicians and Sur geons, lprietors. daw lIZF.SC2SItT10X FKKK. T7V5B the sireiiy cure or Seminal Weakness, Lo t P Manhood, and oil disorders brought on by in discretion or excess. Ar.y dniiarlst has ths Ingrfdl eiits. Address DR. JXQVK3 4 CO., d. w Clnclccatl. Ohio. mm? i the chennest and most delightful punra- JL tlve before the public is a delicious bevenige, and as pleasant and spatkling as a glass of soda water. Far soiierlor to sickening pills. It is held in high repute for the speedy euro of Constipation, Bi'.iotisne s, Torpid Liver. Dyspepsia. Loss of Ap- petlle. Heartburn. i;onc, cour siuiuacu, riaiuieue. Sick Headache. Kidney A!T cttons, etc. jr- Every bottle warranteii equal In quantity and QUALITY WJiueoesi. m-rivv w cww. J. P. DKOJltiOOLE A CO., Prop'rs, Iwnisville. Ky. Bold bv all wholesale and retail druggists. daw A PHYSIOLOGICAL View of Marriage ! W ' " ' "j ' . tl 1 "I'll 1 nvcaioca. nnn m is V Ai' f .or.!id.,niB,l T.n?c:;so on tlia i5 V 4 ? ,1 Vj? i..-L ot msri-iase tis SJT.-ar- 5-TSivsi:'.-3that untitlorit: the vc- r! L1' t-rcu of iveprecucvT. una tfayKfCK.L ADVtSERI e On Tt tlisorufn ot sFrivcte I-.-; crisn. lrotn Self .Abuse, JZxcz:z?z, or Ecmfc Jf'.f.onsrj, v.izl tlic Lvot Xiunn of -tr-. l;-'4 :r.r--r ;-i';t p: ".t- 1 1 - A CL:iiOAT. 3L.i CTllBoa j ri-tv- r.:sr-.?rs crd fSo-e t " ;hrf 1 -.rt- i-i Ir.r-3 C-iUri'i-,i-.uptrc, : Cp.tia Il-.bitc.p-i.f Wets. . . i ih'oot v.t -..-tp:.:-l 01 T-"r cf pne: ora.i tnrefs C vn:,n:i- Z-'C-iy-'Z' EiitliJ: .v i.;:eT;-::i M. !-r 7" ( t T U R IV I SH ftd. " Chronic Aliments, Scrorula, Synhili8.ai.il -11 Blood Skin Diseases. Kr f.rtn til.irs. eaii oritud atamp to BATH CO., 03 5th St., Cincinnati. Why suffer with Dy spepsin. or Head, jiclie, when they may be epeedily cured by Parker's r.iuircr Tonic 7 A dose before meals strengthens the appetite, and enables the stomach to easily digest its food. This pleasant, remedy promptly checks DiarrUoeui without Const!, patinir the bowcln. Consumptive find welcomo relief, and steadily gain itreng:tli from its Invigorating properties. It Is the best remedy for Conghs and Colds, anf the A?cd and those too feclilc to bear the cold of winter. End a coiiiforlia Ptrenth In Its vitalizing warmth. Cramps, Colic. Dyicn. (cry, Ilcurtbnrn and Cliolcra In fantum quickly yield to this remedy, and it overcomes l.licumatlsm and ont by correcting acidity of the stomach and promoting healthy secretions. Sold by all Druggists. st Kfjt A T!TWtir,Ti f H.M.ir 'fJMr m : HESTOHEB. r zsi .1 let iiiiv yiiiiii.iiii iDiLrciifnep. wnr f E3 have tried in va-n evi-ry known r.-nioiiy El will learn oi a Ruuplo prescription. lillljj ior tbo Fpoeily cure of nervous df-bilit? JlJ premut lire ieciy, lost nutihiinl, and el BSa.ii.ordcra tirouirht on by excesses. Any unixw'. u::s 130 mia eaii.-nls. Aaurst PAV1P&OJI CO., SG Nu St., IV. V- Obstacles to Marriage Removed. I TAPPY 1CELIEK TO YOUJitt MEN from the ef .1 L feefsof errors and abuses in early life. Man hood ISeMtoreif. Iiniieilltnent.s to Marriage re moveil. Kew method of tieatnicnt New and re markable remedies. Books and circulars sent free. In sealed euveloiies. Howard AHMOt-ixt ion, 419 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pii. An InMltu- tion having a high repuUitlon tor honorable conduct and professional skill. AMERICAN Soft Capsuie Co.'s Metallic Boxed Goods now ready. Address irtor K. Mauser, IVew York. SUM 31 Fit IIEMOltTN. BON AQUA SPRINGS A HE now open for visitors, and will he until late iV. In September. Board, per month. S:5: per day. j. special rates ior laiiiiues. visitors leave the cars at Bon Aqua Station, on the Nashville and Northwestern Hallroad, where hacks are always waltu g to receive them. Call for cliculars at W. H. Seabiook 4 Co.'s Drug Store. No. 'M't Main streeL Address Hussell 4 Winboiirn Bon Aqua Springs. W. B. KI'SSELL. J. B. WINBOL'RN. Man:igers. Tlie Hygeia IHotel, OLI POIXT COHt'ORT, VlnGIXIA. SITUATED within 1 00 ynrde of old Fort Monroe 0en all the year. Siieclal attractions for sum mer, with ample crfivtelty for ;"(0 guests. H;is all modern Improvements. Six dally mails, and tele graph olnee. Fifteen to twenty lirst-elass steamers land daily (except Sunday), l."0 yards from the door. Superior beach for iiatliing at door-steps, and good from May until November. Boating, fishing and driving siecially attractive. Send Ior circular des cribing hjrglenic advantues, terms, etc myH H. PUOKBtiS. Proprietor. MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CHESSOX SPlilNUS, PA. THIS popular summer .-esort will be open for the reception of guests on the 14 Hi day of J air, 1S77. Jll trains on the Penn. H. It. will stop at Cresson. TOKKUE'S OWHESTKA lias been en gaged for the season. Klshlng and Hiuitlng, etc For terms, aldresi E. J. CN'UER, Sup't, Pittsburg, Pa. BAILEY SPRINGS, Lauderdale Counly, Alabama. THE waters or these Springs are a specific In Dropsies, Scrofula, Dyspepsia. i:lirorilc Diar rhea, diseases of Liver, t-kln and Kidneys, and those peculiar to women. Aside from the ctirallve projier ties of the waters, the place Is one of the most com fortable watering piaces In the South, with alltbe popular amusements, and Cue hunting and fishing. Route via M. and C. K. U. to Florence, thence by carriages to Springs. Tickets from Memphis to Springs und return, including stage fare, good ui til November 1st, $12 50. Impure for round-lrlp tick ets at all company stations on the M. and C. B. B. For circular and further Information address Kl.l.Id A CO.. Propri-tors. cni:iiToi. aotici. Kxriutnr's Aotk-o lo Creditors. HAV1NO iiu.diiieil as Executor of II. I). Johnson. dix-eLHd. nil p-noin having accotuils and de mands against bliu.nr his e-itnu. are hereby notltted to present them to me, its retjulred Pj law, or they will be barred. July ., 1S77. J. W. CLAPP, Executor, JutulO No. 15 Union street, Memphis, Teun. Ill CO.ttjIlSSIOX MEKCTIAXTN. J. A. SHANE. DR. A. HARHIS. A. U. HARRIS SHANE, HARRIS&CO CottOD Factors, GESEKAL Commission Ierelinns AGENTS FOB THE SMITH COTTON-GIN, Xo.gGO Front Street, IleiuphiM. T I HER A I. ADVANCES made on consignments. J J Bagging. Hoi and Ties furnished tocustomers. Heferences br Permission union and rianiers Bank. Slate National Bank. HXIEKTAIKi:S. JAS. FLAHEBTY. , .. SULLIVAN. Flaherty & Sullivan, UNDERTAKERS, 317 JSecond Street, near .Hon roe METALLIC AND WOODEN BintlAL CASKS and Caskbts. Elecant Robes. Hents' Suits and Cofnn Trimmings. Orders by telegraph sent prompt!) C. O. n. Hieclal attention paid lo emrtaiming. foic s.iiiii. CoimI MPmmrmT r ktale. riiHK Board ol Education offers the Lot and Bu n.i I ing. No. 152 Main stivet, for sale, and have Instructed this committee to receive bids for the same. The lot Is 2 i by 14HVs feet, and Las a two storr momv brick building iinon It. Parties desiring to purchase can make their offers to the committee. suiting me amount anu terms. M. B. TREZEVANT. JOHN K. HANDLE. ii. RKDER. Building Committee. S Madlton street. TEXAS! JOIl . IjK The whole, half or a third-Interne est in a popular Weekly Newspapt with Job Office and Bookblndery attached. It is .he ofncial paper, and enjoys a liberal patronage. The Jo b Olllce and Bindery are complete, and have a good run of railroad and commercial work. City of rWOO population and an excellent point Satisfactory reasons given for selling. Address LONE STAR, care this ofllce. 9ft-W Stone-Pipe Browne, the Plnmber, 258 Second L.1TIIOGBAPII PEIXTIXG. S.C.TOOP&CO. 1 7 Court Street, Are dolus Lithographing in as good style, and at as low prices, as it can be done anywhere in the Vnited States. cnnriis. STAMiI31 CHECKS Oil ALL THE BANKS, AT S. C. TOOFS 15 tloart Street. SEWSPAPERS. laily&Weekly Papers for the People TeruiNOf Subscription. Irnily A. Weekly DAILY: One copy, one mouth, by mail 9 I OO One copy, one yir. by mail IO OO One copy, six months, by mall S OO One copy, one week, in city . One copy, one mouth. In city 1 IO WEEKLY: One copy, one year Si OO Onecopv. six months I 5J5 I1.AWIX. ABrLFAIHD OI'PORTPSITY XO M IX A FOKTIXE I Klgbth iirand Draniu., 1877. at Xew Orleans, Tuesday, Aa.ast 7th.' LOllMIAA STATE LOTTEKY CO. This Instttutlon w;is regularly Incorporated by the Legislature of the Slide f'ir Educational purposes In lhtlH. wilh a caplUtl ot $1 ,00U,OOU. to whl,-h It has since added a reserve fund of $850,01,0. Ita 4. rand tstinzle NumlM-r Vrawiu.s will take place innt!:-. It tnuer scales or X'ostpuiics, Look at the follov.atg ecbeuie: CAPITAL PKIZK, :tO.OOO. lOO.OOO TioketM at Two Oollara F.aeh, Half Ticket a. One Dollar. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Capital Prize ?.'K).0C0 1 Capital Plbte laiHjtl 1 Capital Prize .1.0CII 2 Prizes of Sli'iOO r..tlM) nPriz.es Of l(h F.'.IO 2'l Prizes of WHI lO.lMk l(i)Prizesof 10- IU.IOti 2iX)Pr!zesof BO lo.i.H. nr.O Prizes or 'JO 10.000 10OO Prizes of 10 .- lO.OvXi APPROXIMATION PRIZES. V Approximation Prizes or S.'iOO 2" K 4itroxlniation Piiesor 200 l,KO Approximation prize of lu: IKJJ 1H57 Prizes, amounUng to 91 10,40 J Write for Circulars or send orders to JI. A. OAI PIIIX. P. O. Box New Orleans. La. Or No. 6 West Court street, Memphis, Tenn. Oth UXAMI MONTHLY IIBAniSti. TUESDAY, SEPT. 4th. Capital Prize. T,n.noO. Tickets. 85 only. STOCKHOLM?!. 51 KKTIXO. Notice of Stockholders' Meeting. OFFICE OF TUK MlISHITPI AMU TEMNESaEK ) KAILKIIAD LOMPAST, Mvai-BL-, Tknnksskk, June 19, 1877. i A GENERAL meeting of the stockholders or the Mississippi and Tennessee Railroad Company Is called to assemble at the courthouse. In Sardis, Mississippi, on llonday, the 30tU Iay of July, 1X77. at 12 o'clock ni., to net upon the following proposi tion, and the proceedings of the Board of Directors of the company lately had In reference thereto, to wn : A proposition to Issue the bonds of saldoom puny to the amount of $2,100,000. to be secured by uiortgtige, and to be used to enable the company to retire and discharge Its existing obligations, and to provide the means required to aid In the construc tion ol a Union I'asseiiger Deiiot on the river front. In Hie city nf Memphis, Tenn., and lo extend Itsndl roail ta said di'isA from Its piesent terminus In suid city, with n branch or branches from such ex tension to an Elevator or Elevators on the river front In sal.l city. By order or the president and Directors. li. s. MoCoMB, President, d. H. Lamb. Secretary. LITHOGRAPHING MipisAiEul KIlCATItAU State Female College V I MKnrius, TEXX. Fall Session Opens Sept. 10th, 1 ARTIES diiirlng lufonnatlou as to accommoda tions, terms, etc., send for catalogue. Mu-lc Ieiaitment furnl-bi-d with ul:reij .NEW I'ltNO.-. All deiiartinenls thoroughly orgaiilze-l and e egautly furnished. MRS. H. N. t'-ol.l.lS. I rei.l-.nt. AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY, Staunton, Viriia. THE largest first-class Instltinton for pme l idles Pi Virginia, with an phlfi crps ol twenty tivo techrs. i.iik-iis tli iir.-:t v e.;::M,.i in .-'.-j teuilier. 1S77. For c:i-:l.-nies. c iit.-iiniM-r I-. II p irilctiiars, apply lo Ml So M. J. BALDWIN. ir;riiiMl.' biaiiiiton. MigiKla. I,TItHJ:k hOI T!!! H IKMIK s.1 IKrlc:. 1-HR irlM. LMiU s AND 1,1 X TLEGIHl.S. hsi;i'-ll.-li-.l Pi -i'. PrincllMil.-:- Mrs. Wu.siin M. t'vi.v Mrs. i.kn. .I.no. I'eukavi. Nos. I;7 and l'.Ui Noti-i Ciiarl. s s wl French the L'.tin.m.- Spoken. j-MO i-l KLI.KVI E IIK.H M'llOUK Itcillord inmlv. irlui.l. On Va. and Tenn K. K., I.", nolo wc. l ol I.Mioti- luirg. For lMsaiid young mei. I-ull corpsot l:-acli-ers. Instruction l'n. rough mid rouri romplete. Beautiful mid healthy local lo'i. Mnl llhinil pro vision for coiiifoit and Improvement of I up Is Ses sion opi ns Neilrmler lil. For ci:.-u'tar or siieci.il Information, address Wili.ias R. Ai..;it, principal, Heto-viie. r. i. AN INSTITUTION M'lt rj EDUCATION of YOl MJ LADU'-M m SITUATED I TON TliK Ci yiKKHLA.MI I' 1. t i . A I Seven miles from tke University cf the tfoutu. School year begins Mareh 15th. S-hool yearcis Decemler I nth. Second half term begins August tuh. For particulars apply to MBS. M. L. YERGER, MRS. H. B. KM LI Pkinciiv ls, Moffat, via Cowan, Tenn., REFERENCES: Rev. Charles Parsons, Memphis; Rev. Wm. C. Cr u. ', Jackson, Miss.; Hon. Wm. Reese, Nashville.: Or. p. R. Scott, Louisville; It S. B.n-k. Vlck.-bniir. MNi; Ft. Rev. Alex. Gregg, Galveston; Judge J. T. ltu.-ks. Briars Point. Miss.; Hon. W. A. Percy, Greenville, Hiss.; Geo. Hansler, New Orleans; Gen. J. Goruiis and Rt. Rev. C. T. (julntard. Sewanee. Tenn.. KEXTl'CKI Military Institute. Thlrty-Heeond Annual KeMMion ItesinM f irst jionaiy in rcpiemicr, is,;, FULL and able College Faculty. Prepare tory Course thorough. Coilese Coure as ex- -ive as that of any Institution or learning In tlie ' eJ States. Happy blending or the Family and M ry Methods or Government. Pupils can obtain a full Preparatory and Collegiate Course at as little cost as at any college in the land. TheComajercial Science receives adequate attention. Mode of Instruction peculiar, and tends to success. Short tiiiige-!lve Essays on Mode of Government and In-tructlyn pur sued at tiie K. M. I. sent free on application, i ne healthful nature of location Is too well known to re o 'lire comment. Send tor catologue to COL. ROBT. D. ALLEN, sataw Fanndale P. O.. Franklin com sy Ky. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. Jn.v 4, i S77. THE next sesslonwllI orn on Thursday. Sep. tember 27, lt7, and close on ThunHlay. June 27, 1878. The UniTersity is Hereafter Tntirely Free The only tee paid by students Is cue of SI 0 per ses sion, for fuel, by those who room in the dormitories, and of So per session by those who room elsewhere. The entire expenses need not exceed S15 per year. Board of excellent quality may b? bad at $10 and $12 permonth,bypaytngmoTiUil,tn advance. The necessary expenses of a student, omitting books and clothing, need not, therefore, exceed 125 $150 per session The departments of Chemistry and Natutal History, and of Physics and Astronomy, are provided with a good supply of apparatus for experiment anil illustration. The University, Law and Society Libraries, contain several thousand vol umes, and will be Increased. The course of Instruc tion Is thorough, and the Faculty Is composed of able, exertenced, christian men. The University occupies a beautiful site, near the Tillage of Oxford, In the midst of an exceptionally heal thy section of country; and is. In a treasure, free from those seductive lnlluences by which so many young men are led astray in our cities and large towns. The Law Department has been reorganized, and will be open for the re.eptton of students at the be ginning of the next session. For healthfulness and beauty of location, the fa cilities It affords for the acquisition of a thorough education, the moral and christian influences thrown around young men. and tor cbkai-nks, this Institu tion Is not surpassed by any of like grade In the United States. ALEX. P. STEWART, Chancellor. H. Mt Sullivan, Secretary Trustees. THE SHELBYVILLE (KY.) FEMALE COLLEGE, chartered In ISt'.i, and located at Slieibyville, In the beautiful blue-giass rc!;io:i o: central Ken tucky, ;jl mtli cast cf I.ouIv.Me. by nil!, olfers sn jiTlor advantages In EngU.sh. I. itl.r. Elocution, Mu sic and Painting. Board am.' tuition ioi ten months, $200. For announcement, a iilress W. Fl. STUART. Principal. Slielhrville. Ky. ST. I tii iH LXW SCHOOL,, Law lep't of tVattiiictrton Viiiveriy. THE regular annual term of Ihis Law School will oiien on WEDNESDAY OcrrOBEK in. s7J. Full course, two Urms. six months e;ich. students admltlol to the senior class. o;i e iiiii'iii.i-t iii. by ai pllciition on or liefure Octob.-r loth. Tuition $ThI per term. Including use of Library. For particulars, address G. M. STEWART. Dean ft Law Kaciilty. 203 N. Third stiect, M. Louis. Mo. Virginia 31ilitary Institute, LLXIXC.TON, VA. rpiIOSE desirous of cbtolnlng admission Into this .1 v.e-l known St:it Instittitlo!i as Oi.lels, will aii ply without delay t. t lis un-lf r:.iyned. Piovlsioii Is nimls :' HiiI !lsci'!!!i:e and Instnic tlou during the month, of July and August prepara tory to the resumption of regular studies on the hist Of September. F'RANUIS H. SMITH. Ju2rt eod SuperinteiidenL VANDERBSLTJJNI VERSITY. THE Third Session will begin SepteniN 1. IS77. Tuition for the whole se.s.-,iou I n Biblical De partment, free; In Liteiary Dt partmen:, jslO; iu Law Department, SfHO; other f-es. $15. The Medlcsil Lertmeul wlil oiwu Octolier IsL Fee tor attendance, $it5. For ctibtlogues, apply lo J. M. Leech, Sccretatyof the Faculty, Na-div.lle, Tenn. daw L. C. GARLAND, rtiancellnr. i;xiKTAiii:i:s. . H. HOLST. T. W. HOLoT. UNDERTAKERS, 3iii) Slain, ;p. Pea.HiUy ALWAYS on hand, z large ass.-rtmer.t i t ; Cases and Caskets, and wooden v-l eveiy deacilptloa. tar-Ord.-is t-y f-legraph pj unvtly tl-;--j. Cases slilM-vl I". . T. f J1.XTEI.S AX t.KATES. To Builders. Marhleized Iron Mantels, or the latest des-i?nf, and Urates, nt low price?. 1 J S ! Also, the Breeher I'atent Polrtinjr and Itnmpins Urate, in eoouoiny of fuel and utility, being without rival. H. WAITER 3d CO. GROCERIES & FROV1SIOAS. CHAS. POTTER & CO. GROCERS Aiid Provision Iealcrs 358 FKOXT STKEKT, Bet, Monroe and" I'nion, MciiijiIiN, Tenn, IGN Of THE MAMMOTH HORNS.