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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- FBIDAY. SEPTEMBEE 187"7.
flAlLltOAJD: Hkalsgippi and Tennessee Railroad CHAXVKOr HCUKJOCIA ( T and tttar MONDAY, Sept, 8. 1877. train v- w uirottM follows: Lea l:OU fcBI Arrive. 1:17 urn V a.ra W-wt Orleari Man dally it .S"fi;l anoommodjuion dally (eiretii surel.vm I t -30 a m WfrKM ant eenontmbdatloo mdXf (sxocot buniari). at.. 0 rOa.m 6:00 P-na Ctm nrawxlona nad at Wronad wftfj train Kona and Sorts for aU point, a for ftnCior btrormaaon. aotlr 9 Ticket 028s,7 St-, and at Depot Barke. SarwnntMMlmt. Jmw Speed. Ticket lwA 32. ICJirjII" A HtKLKMT). K. R. BNUU'rr ujr XV. . Imim: Arrives: I train daily at llim p.m. R :Vit p-iu 12xKJ p.m lull train oaI at lUam. tviwlIM train dally (except r-mdayiat fl-O0 p.m. 8:10 a.m Htm talnou faster than city Urne. Ttm 1 1 M P-u. Xxprma t in. M;htnln;Trln r-ma Memphis, and will only stop at Jaae IImo and at Terminal Pointa. TVs 1 0:2ft a. m. mall tndn will stop at regular station Hrrlllc Trata will slop at Ueft-nlar u Klajr atatlona. Th Uikltlif Kx rc.. Trata make the ?tlrkrl (late ever made to Chattanooga, noxvllbi. Lmebhonr. Washington, and the Eiut. Ticket U0lrt-i7H Main ti-rt and at Depot. 4 m. a. if ISA .1 1 , t. nitfl r. rij( r iuiu "m cnjy w , T. a DATA.NT, Asa't Oen'l PavwDgrr Ayrnl. frralsTille&nd NashTilleand Ureal ttoEtaera Railroad. 11:41 .. Mlcht t.kprenia (Dally, except e Sirdar.) Conned, at Milan for fct- Lout and .Thicago; at Mckenzie for Nashville. Chauauonga. Atlanta and lb 8outneaM: at Gutnrw ror nop klrwrlUe, HrwxWwm and Kvarwvule; at Louis- 1 1 1 a Arw alt vwidrtftA Ikiwt K anil RmL mm i w f ivmmm connect for 8i. IahI nd Chicago; at Louisville lor all point Monti J1 Kasl. . 4:44 a. fartd Aeeonana.datl.n-DaJly iiont 8udy. . . . Arrival of Train. KtpTBM 519 P" Mkli - - A"oiiumUOU :lJLFI rvUjvui PaiaosCara on either train to Louisville, hnd on iiigu tnUn to NhvHl. cr ticket or tnlurrnatlon. apply "t Ticket omee, a7 Min. imhmjt ounM Kattlson Mrr-i. Ju liomrrr. rtup t Memihls Dir. JaaaOH HiMrt. Tlcfcet Agent HElI'UlJi LITTLE liAlLW A grbe Short Line to Arkansas and Texas. rruB CAKI. L1ATII ASHTTBl.-t p.m Mal train, dally. 5:oo p-m. rvt rratn leare M. I- ILK. &. depot CBuuwiT ? 7v) -'"-inMnrm C(,lr on this road will take trains at wTCSnf the Loutsyuie, Kashytllo and reet Mtrmes rlw. eornecllon at AnrenU for aouils on Little Boac ana ron pmiiu w . ajinutn8oithwct4 ArkansM and Texas, oilman Pala Cars on all nUjht trains. Kor ueknts and lnl'jrmauon appij a ty"T 7-t and 287 Main street, and at the Depot. looim Wiwblncton tr . or at L. and N. and faL So. Depot, w. a. smith. Sup t.. Memphis, Term. R. A. W1LIJAAI3, Pasaenger Airent. M. 8. JAY. K and T.i.. MH'e Hock. AH UMtUl KNTS. JfpKMFHIti THEATEB, C.BAXD UACGUBATIOa or TBS AMCSEKENT SEASON I 30SDA1' liVlSXIXG, 8E1T. 17 ' An Kxtraordlnarr Bill by the FAT TEXPLETOX STAR ALLIANCE! When wUl be presented the ortftl nal Spanish 8-ct comedy, called HPAS1SH PISK llOBUiOES ! Concluding with the Operatic Eitrayaganza of " AIHKE I la which FAT will Imitate. In voice and ft) If, and sing her Knellob specialty. Prrtty at a Virturt," and her own French 3tidlry ttUtrdy in tte Fretieh Inngvagt. Reserved seats to be had at H. G. fiollenhenr. Prices usual. Imwmh oi.en nt 7: tn begin wt X. NTBAYED. I? Sorrel mare pony, branded on left shoulder with . V, and on cheek wltn O. Her return to Vmablo & BiiollneVi sawmill will be liberally rewarded. LOST. SPECTACLES One pair fold spectacles; R. Har rison on trte frame. Finder will be paid a lib ers! reward by l-STlng the wm nl this office. lEBSOXAL. rno tbs pi Bnc J ean always be found at the office of a. D. Otekelt, J. P.. northwest corner Miiln and Madison fctreeta, AQ claims promptly atienried to. " VT. H M t I.1XH. Conrtable. FOB MALE OU. KXCI1AXE. RB8IDKNCB No. 8rtt t'nlnn street, irood dwell ing, eontalnln fire rooms and all necessary outhouses. 80 feet front by 187 fet deep. Also, 28 aerraof land at 43111 Station, with dwelllng-bonxe r four rooms and all neceary outbuilding. This ulnee Is In hlkb stale of cultivation. Terms to suit Dorchasers. Apply to J. A. HIK RFST. 1 Monroe street Boons axu boabv. : -r-MjiNKi iN Hihtsb X7 Adams st : eood sleep- . f lrt rooms; flrt-elas board: tmn-leit, per day, 31 tiO; try tnU huuee. ACTON VQPNG. Sup t. HJAI Oestrabla board. at 75 Adams street. F'MUXT and sv'k moms, famished or unfur- nbihj day-bourdert wanted, at 104 Court st. ROOMS AND BOAJU Hit Adams street. Front and back n rooms. KOOM Desirable front room, with dreeslna room attached Iotw. nelt rfiwirKl. l(MCnrl C wasix lAILOft at 6o Jefferson street. TpiFEBS Three white Flfers for the Drum Corps j.' of ths 154m senior, ana I ;n i ennej wra federate Pre '.nieids. t Ttx) 1t their Reunion on bCUibr 2'.ah Apply Immemnt.. UKOUUS ItllNEB, Ch'ra Field Music 4rt Madison tlreet. OITUsTION In a private family to do sewing or chamber work. Addnys, through postofUce. t ENGLISH gardener, lately landed, a place; can a take care of l4res,do canenteriiig, painting, etc. wlil work fur smnll wagea. A. H.. this oflice. T UHLK MU.LIMERS and two Pmmakers, at 2.)V' j mm at. BBOOMOoliX At 871 Shelby L: mtiet prices paid for all cured com. P. HAOGKBTY. TvtSlSG-HtlOSI UAK While. Apply at 63 Had- Ison street rnO LOAN SIONEY-Applj to X woo. ::ixm aln street, np-strdri. "K it I IAAS kM.YnXciM milliner. iV L AddicM A. P.. this QlUCg. T ADIFS' FELT AND STRAW HATS To shar .1 In the fall styles. SpertHl prices to merc-banU and mlUlner. Hoshapmg ladles' felt bet made Sptctaitj. W. GOODYEAR, ,4 fecond street. FOB WALK. lJ OBS RJ Pal r of gentle and fast bones, cheap. J J. Apply at Ba2 Front street, up-ataira. IpUH-N ITCB E -Hou.whold and kitchen furniture. .A' appiy at iim anoe ureet HOUbES POK SALS. . 1. A nice 2-tory A!alama reaMenaa, 2. Modern choice Vnnre ntvt mldenee. U. E'rganI Shelby rerl brlcit niauai.m. 4. lweniiigOO Derioto, near Vanoe. fi. Cottam. et Martin, i-cnr Linden. it. tilck dwelling, spacious grourMi. 2d. near Beale. 7. Krtck eutlhge, LitiOen and: Bice jam. K Tw cmtairee. Vance, ne.tr Lfliaieruale. K. AU vartelkrs LOTS for sale. 10. Four Main strert stores for ?1 6,000. K(lH HK.VT. A eleotloa STOnas, Rkoidkncim. Rrioxs, and small raim. w. a. n b ia i lh i. '-i iiain l 4 r-r HtlD OF FINK BfcKF CATTLE 1 i.)J 110 fat Stxers. from one-and-a-half to - tour year old; and forty fat Hel'ers, for Mile by C H. JON KS. - BrownsAllle. Tennessee. IdTS Choicest suburban luu, near Boulevard J and elMwhere;sxiM. lots In the city and In Fort Pk-kerliur. at bargains. L. B. KiTOn, AitMmn uinoe, n:i M.-vnson. IrHC1T BOXKSbi 1 UK MILLION Ot all sizes, 1 at low prices. WILLIAMS A CO.. Seie for prw list. I. limner iieaiers. FOK BEXT. A LADY will real sufficient excellent furniture for four rooms In payment for her board. Ap pir before lit a.m , at 242 !oto street HOl'SB Of Ore rooms, besides kitchen end ser vanta room; large lot Apply IOU'S BuokMore. vOTT ASK Five rooms and outhouses, near Her " V namlo tree cars. Apply at 2HO Vance stnet OMMO0IOr8 HOME Conveniently liM-ateil and partlaily fumislied: has ten rooms, g'sxi stable. atMl other iMceaaary outhouses. The owner and her son, BlUcai years of age. will board with an agreea ble leouj.t a an eiiulvalenl for the yearly renUL Ap blf 1Q W. D. MiyALLl w. Agent. V Madison fct STORES, Residences. 01 ces. SleeplnsTooms. M.CALLl M. Agent. V Madlo.n st. t "tOTTAGF-S Dwellings and tstore Apply at -f 41 Madison street. STL KM A HlterCO. BBJCK BOl'SB A new two-story bncfc house. No. slo Poplar street, wiih all tbe modern Ira- gTrneaj.App'y neil coor. T? .'tNCE-lH.") Carroll avenue. In good repair, Na- IWlSecooA street wwu MllHQmB. v.. te also, bnck bouse. Apply at lwl Second st. un ci', b i av a. OTOREBOOM-Mo 81 South Court street i A tp ly to HH Maillson street R)JCriI,0;, 143 Adams street. lately occu irJ;. iT Gallswny; In good order, applj to BKLCHAR JOHDAN. lt Madlwn street. in.VV- nice COTTAGE. 7 Zlu HrT.! ' f"" tieet-ears wiu laase tor a term of years, II deslied. W. A. OoLLlga. l Madison street 1 QLrBt"T-w Apply to J '' TRIM, FlriHIU.Uth.Vmll..l. TfTOKT brick No. 8JW Wwhtnirton street iPPlratBiWi.eorrHTot OrWu. rlri "-reel. I J vcoar iiory Drtck boime, witu bnwiaent CLoa Tw ALCTlOJf. A. M. S1UDDABD. .km:kal ai ctioxeek. 228 MAIN f TitEET. Snlwi fmlly of fkxxli of Every DeKTlilon.g1 A, E. r KAAkLAND, AKT10 AXI t OUMIHHIOS 3IKKCIIAXT, SUA Mala Htrr-et. app. reabody Hotel. TUADK SALES of Boots. Sboea, Hata. Caps. Dry Goods, Hosiery. Clothing. Furniture, Carpets, Groceries. Ite made dally. r-OOOrw AT PBfTATK PALF.,r LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The criminal lawyeis are sharpeninfr IbPir talent for the ensuing term of tbe court, which begins next Alocday. Policeman Henry lchman is beinjr gn erallv consratulated for arreotingr Ilenry Sin itn, the accused assassin of Chaney Long. --The Riverside base-ball club won a via torv at Little liock. Arkansas, makinsr seven runs to one by their adversary. Little Rock cannot lay claim to a stout nine. The rehearsal of the Bohemian Girl is lixtened to bv a large number of persons. who secure free seats in Court square and listen to the higbtened vocalism. The supply committee of the One Hun tli-ej and Fifty-fourth and Thirteenth Ten mtisee regiments are requested to meet at the oihce of J. 1. Irezevant, on baturuay alter noon at tour o clock. The Bluff City Uat-club has failed to stake the one hundred aud fitly dollars for whirh it chal'enped the DeSotcs. Unless the Bluff City fulfill its promise, its name will be no longer regarded with any degree of relia bility. Lucy 'Wb.itmore, a colored woman, whils drunk yesterday afternoon, was severely beat en. The woman says she was beaten by John Baldwin and his wife Annie. The old wo man's injuries may cause her no little pain and trouble. Monday night the Fay Templeton star alliance troupe will appear at the 1 heater. The troupe will appear during: the engage ment in I'uck, a comic opera; Spanish Fink Uommoet. a comedy, and an operatic- extra va- ganza entitled Aimte. Early yesterday morning Officer Henry Lehman arrested the negro Henry smith, who is charged with the assassination of the colored woman, Chaney Long. The negro denies tuo charge. He was arrested on Sec ond street, near V ashington. Ben Bunch, alias Thompson, arrested for murder in at. r rancis county, Arkansas, says bo did not lull Mason, but saw turn dead. He. saya morejrer, that he fled from Arkan sag in order to get away from his wife. He stole a mule on which to ride to the river. Little Rock Gazette, 12th: "Sometime ago a ebjster name Black abandoned his wife in this city. The woman was in a helpless condition, and has since been cared for by the T .J i.,. t. :.: 1 i u Ladies' benevolent Yetrr)av she was Memphis." association and others. sent to her relatives in The central committee of the Working' men's Dart v has not vet been perfected. Sev eral Radical ward politicians have already be gun work on the Working-men's ticket, and and are not only anxious for a seat in the council, but have a particular favorite for wharf master. To-night the Sodality dramatic associa tion will present A Hundred Thousand I'ounds.ut their Washington street hall. The fouowiug members will appear in the cast MesBrs. Duftey, Odium, M 'Donald, Lieben, Bedford, Carey, Carter, Sullivan, M'Donald, jr., and Misses carry and Blessing, Taylor," M'Guire & Co., a well known and leading firm, yesterday received the first bale of new cotton troni orrest taty, Arkan pas. The cotton was grown by Colonel R. U . Casteel, who is a prominent and enter prising planter. Colonel Casteel, in his letter to laylor, M'Umre & Co., says that the cot ton-worm are numerous and destructive Robert Burton, charged with being an accessory to the murder ot r rank Williams, in Missus, ppi county, Arkansas, June 12, 187", was arrested yesterday and put in the stationhouse. Carter and Cyrus, alias John Thompson, are charged with complicity in the crime. Sheriff Hoskins, of Mississippi county, has a requisition for Burton, and will take him to Arkansas to-day. The regular monthly meeting of the executive committee of the Memphis and Shelby county bible society occurs this after noon, at four o'clock, in the lecture-room of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, Court street. Members of the committee will please note this announcement. There will be devotional exercises in connection with the meeting, and the public are invited to attend. The recorder yesterday disposed of the following business: Saliie Hart, colored, and Maggie Skates, colored, fined 5 each; Henry Bills, colored, larceny, committed and bail fixed at $500; James Milligan and 6. A. Ser pents, drunk, fined $5 each; Henry Wilson, colored, carrying concealed weapons, fined Henry Smith, coloied, murder, case continued for hearing; James Morgan, disorderly, dis charged ; Emma Jones, suspicion of larceny, committed tor bearing, PERSONAL. Dr. J. K. Fowf.ll has returned much re cuperated, and will open his oflice at No. 27 South Court street this morning. Pkop. W. H. Foctk. principal of the Mar ket street school, has returned from an ex tended trip through Ueorgia. Mr. Lkk C. Bawii. a well-known lawyer of &itrdis, jMiBHisaippi, and llemocrauc nomi nee for the legislature, was in the city yester day. Misses Mamie and Gertrude Ander son, daughters of Sheriff Anderson, have left lor l'ewee Valley, near Louisville, Ken tucky, to attend school. Mr. H. H. Good, formerly of this city, is now in sr. Louis, having recently returned from the Black Hills country. Mr. Good will visit Memphis next week. The visitors at the cotton exchange vester- I day were: B. F. Locke, Covington .Tennessee; Colonel W. C. Falkner, Ripley, Mississippi; L. Prado, New Orleans; R. P. Rankins, Hel ena, Arkansas: R. S. Carries, Little Rock, Arkansas; T. W. Turner, Charleston, Missis sippi. Rkv. Fattier Walsh, of St. Mary's, is recovering from his injuries, thanks to the skillful attention and enlightened treatment of Dr. William C. Cavenaugh. Rev. Father Walsh had hi leg broken by a fall from his horse. He is now able to be about on his crutches. E. E. Benton, editor of the Bellville En- tervrise. Bell's derjot. Tennessee, will be in Memphis the first of next week? in the interest of his excellent paper, and Memphis business men will do well to advertise for the profitable trade of Crockett county through the columns ot the t.nterprite. AMUSEMENTS. The Bohemian. The vicinity of Madison and Main streets resounds with delightful music every evening irom the rehearsals by the young Jady and gentlemen amateurs of the opera of the Bo hr mi an Girl, which is to be put on the boards of the Memphis Theater at an ear'y day. Although composed of amateurs, we must say that the best professional troupes would be proud to possess such a chorus as will par ticipate on this occasion. Of the solos, du ettos, etc , whde we have not attended a re hearsal, the names appearing in the caste are an assurance that what they undertake will l well done. Prof. Perring directs the re hearsals, to whom, perhaps, the credit is due for the excellence to wLich the chorus has at tained. We know the Bohemian Girl, with a full Memphis catte, will draw crowded houses. LETTERS F1I0M THE PEOPLE. The st. Louis Convention Captain taos jeturs-uwasa sa Mvcea Editors Appeal The merchants of Pitts burg, it seems, were earnestly and deeply in terested a few days since in Captain Eads's explanation of his plan for protecting the .Mississippi valley from Cairo to the gulf from overflow, and by the same means afford a deep, reliable channel for commerce. Indeed, S3 favorably were they impressed with thti feaibi!ty ot the great engineer's plan, they, through their chamber of commerce, invited all kindred organizations in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys to meet them in convention at St. Louis early in October, to take meas ures in regard to its application. This is cer tainly a move in the right direction, and should meet a hearty response from the Mem- pun cnaiuoer. it is a move in the right di rection, because it will invite and bring be fore the people discussion and thought that may lead to thorough investigation, and, finally, to a scientific application of some clan that will produce the thorough and reliable protection so much desired, and which has never been, and many think never will be at tained by levees: prominent among whom w find Eads and Cowdon. There could be bo better time) for such a conven tion than that proposed, as contiiem at construction of levees. 1 say blind because no scientific investigatiou, by authority, has ever been made with a view to anything but levee-building for protection from overflow. If the St. Louis convention will do nothing else, let a petition be sent to congress to ar rest, for tbe present, a further expenditure of money on levees, and the appointment of a board ot scientific men, with the means and authority, to make a thorough investigation by scientific surveys, and retxjrt a plan for protection. Let the theory of Eads, Cowdon and others be carefully and honestly ex amined by men appointed to the work, who are not wedded to any particular system, and not sent forth like Humphrey and Abbot, simply to report how to build levees. At hut, let us start right. Will some prominent member of the Memphis board make a move in this important mattery farmer. THAT JJKAD 31 AX. What a Steamboat Captain Maya. the Cerwaer'e Verdict A Carious sad Vaaattsfactor y Mtateneat. In the ArrEAL of the eighth we published communication from Justice Smith, of Crittenden county, Arkansas, stating that he had held an inquest on tbe body ot an un known man, found near Cat Island. It was believed that the roan had been shot and thrown overboard from the steamer City of Helena. THS CAITAIN'8 STATEMENT is as follows: "The man refened to was no doubt a deck passenger, named Pius Worter, who took passage on the steamer tiiy ot Helena, leaving here on the twenty-eighth ultimo, i torn inquiry, 1 learn he came aboard of the boat apparently under the influence of liquor, and from that time acted in a most singular manner. In the afternoon before leaving Memphis be was pacing the guard ot the boat, when suddenly he fell backward, striking his head. He was helped up by the carpenter of the boat and asked if he was hurt, to which he made some unintelligible reply. After this he was again seen about eight or nine o'clock the same evening, and his manner was the same as it had been wild and distracted. Nothing was seen of him after this, and if he went overboard from the Helena it must have been in a de lirium, as he had no difficulty with any one on the boat, nor was he molested in any manner whatever. The coroner holding the inquest must have been drawing largely upon liia imagination, as the facts are as re lated by me, which can be corroborated by my crew, if necessary. Yours, respectfully, "Master Steamer City of Helena." AN INVESTIGATION OF TOE DEATH will be had, for the Vicksburg craM, of the eleventh, savs: "Mr. Tius Worter. an old and well-known citizen, took deck passage on the City of Helena, on her last up trip, buy ing a ticket for St. Genevieve; but was missed from the boat, either just before or after reaching Memphis. Two or three days ago the body ot a man was found at Cat Island , below Memphis, whose description answers to Mr. Worter. Just before leaving here Mr. V. Zollinger gave him one of his bill-heads, as Worter promised to write to him from Memphis and wanted his address. This bill head, as well as the deck ticket with the boat '8 stamp on it. was found on the body, Besides, Mr. Leopold Clausman, Worter's brother-in-law, identified his baggage on the boat yesterday evening. There can be no doubt, therefore, that Mr. Worter is dead He leaves two interesting little daughters, aed respectively eleven and thirteen years, who are in the care of Mr. Clausman, and that gentleman has taken steps to have the circumstances of his death thoroughly inves tigated. A SEW Enterprise for the Benefit of the Wholesale and Retail Merchants and Cotton Dealers of Memphis. The initial number of the Memphis Daily Market Reporter, published by Messrs. lracy A: Archer, has made its appearance, and in typographical neatness and completeness of reports, tar exceeds anything ot the kind ever issued in our city. It is iust what has been long and sadly needed by our merchants, and hould receive their hearty encouragement. In addition to their market reports, which are obtained from a visit to our cotton and other exchanges, and constant association with the leading dealers in produce, groceries, etc., they have added a new feature, viz., a steam boat and a railroad column. These columns contain the arrival and departure of all boats, time-tables ot the different railroads, and a complete postoffice directory. Seldom do we see so much information concentrated in so small a space, and information, too, alike valuable to our merchants and their patrons throughout the country. New styles In ties, bows, ruches. flehas, etc, ast received, at Leubrie's. Dr. Price's American perfumes, Alista Bouquet, Pet Rose, Floral Riches, and his other odors, are fresh, full, rich and persist ent. S. C. Toot & Co. Especial attention is called to the card of the firm of S. C. Toof & Co., lithographers, printers, and manufacturers of shipping-tags, at Tl os. Id and 17 (Jourt street, lhis firm does elegant work, and at much lower rates than can be obtained elsewhere. Full assortment of hosiery at Leubrie's. The Peopled Clothinz-llonse, Kos. 333 and 333 1- Main St., Second door from Union. Just received by express 100 dozen unlaun- dned shirts, wJc, worth f 1 2o. 50 dozen colored shirts, 7oc, worth $ 1. 100 boys' school suits, $7, worth $10. 150 gentlemen's suits, all wool, $12 50. worth fib. 100 children s suits, 8 50, worth oO. At the People's clothing-house, Nos. 333 and 333J Main street. Give us a call, lor there is no trouble to show goods. it. FULD. Go to lienbrle'a for honlery. under wear, towels, handkerchiefs, etc. Bar- calas this week. Tlie Celebrated Vienna .Itolls. Among the numerous articles Dooley's yeast powder is used tor are the celebrated V lenna rolls, which are so delicious, palata ble and healthy. It you have not the recipe. send a three-cent stamp to Uooley A: lirother. New York, and you will get it, together with many ocner vaiuaoie cooaing recipes, oy re turn mail. Reunion of the 154th Senior and 13th Tennessee Confederate Regiments. A general meeting of the above-named regiments will be held at the office of Major j. it. irezevant, jno. iy Madison street, on Saturday night, fifteenth instant, at eight o ciock. 1 he success ot the reunion depends upon the efforts of the different committees. A full report will be expected from each com mittee, and all are urgently called urjon to attend. M. MAGEVNET, President Call at Leabrie's this week for millinery, fall hats, bar- aralas la cents. fifty School Books and School Sun- plies of all kinds at publisher's prices, at A. F. Dou & Co. s, 279 Main street. Tbimmixo silks, half price, at Leubrie's. Best Assortment of Hats Lt Leidy A Co.'s, 273W Main street. Ostrich tips, flowers, plumes, at Leu brie's, for fall styles. John G. Sick. Saddles. Baraess, Leather and Shoe Kladlna-a. atredaeed prlees SMHiisst. Neuralgia. "Neunl" cures it. Sold by U. W. Jones & uo.. juemphis. Silk velvet all late shades, one dollar per yard, at Leubrie's. From Dr. S. W. Hunter. Baltimore. Mary land: "Having become familiar with Colden's Leibig s liquid extract of beef and tonic ln- vigorator, I take pleasure in recommending it as an excellent preparation, combining, as it does, food and tonic in a remarkable way, producing good blood, health and strength. W. N. Wilkerson c Co., agents. treats' ualaaadrled white shirt-, six- f y-flve cents, at Leubrie's. All the novelties in fall hats at Leubrie's: twenty styles, hfty cents each. Remoyal. C. R. Ryan & Co. have removed to 342 Main street, nearly opposite their old stand. Ask for anything in millinery at Leubrie's. John F. Allin. Richmond, Virginia, man ufacturer of the celebrated Richmond, Gem, .Matchless, and various other brands of cigar ettes, and the Junior and Saratoga pure Havana cheroots; also finest grades of smok ing tobacco. Orders filled at factory prices. at Harpman & Bro.'a, 286 Mam street, Mem phis, Tennessee. . Pboctjbs a bottle of Thrash 's consumptive core and lung restorer, and stop that dread ful cough. Trial 50c, Urge 1 50. Sold by W. NTWilkemm & Co. --e 1 . THAT WIFE SIRDER. The Xegro Mam Rollins IdeatMed as the Criminal The Sheriff or Phil lips Canatr, Arkansas. Takes Charge of the Fasltlve. A few days ago we mentioned the arrest of a negro named Sam Rollins on suspicion of being the man who murdered his wife on Colonel Ellis's farm, twelve miles below Helena, Arkansas. Sheriff H. B. Robinson, of Phillips county, yesterday reached the city, and having identified Rollins as tbe man who committed the murder, carried him on board a steamer and took him back to Helena. The following is a copy of the coro ner's warrant. State of Arkansas, County ot Phillips. To the Sheriff of Phillips County Greeting: It having been found by an inquisition taken the twenty-fourth day of June, 1877, before W. S. Burnett, a justice of the peace and acting coroner in and for said county, upon viewing tbe body of Eliza Rollins, that the said Eliza Rollins came to her death on the twenty-third day of June, 1877, from three or four licks on the head with an ax in the hands of her husband, Sam Rollins, you are therefore commanded to take the before named Sam Rollins, wheresoever he may be found, and bring him before the said justice of the peace or acting coroner, to be dealt with according to law. Witness the hand of said justice and acting coroner, this twenty-fifth dav of June, 1877. WILLIAM S. BlTtNETT, J. P., And Acting Coroner of Phillips County, Ark. COTTO X-CIj KANE It. The Complete Cotton Cleaner thoroughly removes all Dint. Dirt. Sand and linht Trash from cotton before ginning; saves the near of the glnstund, increases the yield of lint and improve it quality from 1 to 4 gratte. It Is Unlit running, simple in operation, easily understood, and readily adjusted to steam, water or horse-power. Manuiacturea ana soia Dy THE ALLISON MACHINE CO., 229 Second Street, Memphis. Send for circulars and price-list. SCALES. A. H. MERRILL, Depot Buffalo Scales 214: front st., Memphis Having secured the services of C TT. S C "A7" XXX EL XX A Practical Scale-Maker, and established a REPAIRIX G-SIIOP, Will give prompt attention to Testing and Repairing All Scales A. VP GUABAXTEK SATISFACTTOX. BINDERY AND PRINTING PRINTING. New Type. New Machinery, Ne'v and Improved Papers. S. G. TOOF, tit A JKLIN PRINTING-HOUSE AND BOOKBINDER! BY THE RECENT ADDITIONS OF NEW DE SIGNS OF TYPE and NEW MACHINERY and new and improved stocks of papers, I am ena bled to do superior work on very short notice, and at extremely LOW PRICES. I can successfully duplicate work and prices of Eastern and Northern cities. I employ skilled workmen in all the depart mi nts of my printing and bookbinder? business, and will guarantee entire satisfaction with all the work turned out of my establishment I do ALL HI.MH of Printing and Bookbinding, and re quest those desiring either or both to eramlne my styles and prices. No. 15 Court Street. MUSIC BOUND In the most elegant style, at exceedingly low pi lees CALLING CARDS Gotten n; in the latest and most beautiful sry'es for the execution of which I have added new Btjlbi of type aud cards. S. C. TOOF, lit oourt street, between Main and Front Sts Memphis, Tenn. WOODWORKERS. MOORE, BASSETT & CO., ILUMISEB IEaAXBS, Noa, SSI and 353 Second St., Memphis. tfi O- o o CD O i it h S ss e o z jo O CD 3 CD 3 era s P, a M K m fa" - O 9 c o w a a 1 m 3 h e A a s CD I CD D CD n CD 3 I- s 2 IIOOPSKIRTS. LOUIS LANGE'S Southern Hoopsklrt & Corset Manufactory So. 33 MA1X STREET, Established 1867-1 Have now ready, and send C. r-zriT O. D. to any address, the ff?s i.7 latest style Lncrushahie Fklrts and Panlers, warrant ed superior to any eastern make. The Pertect fitting Dress Corsets, for ladles, misses and children; Home made Abdomen Corsets.clUe lace or side-spring: Extra- strong Corset for very stout ladles; Weiiy, Nursing Sklrt supportlng. and Summer Corsets; Shoulder Braces and Spine Supporters for la dies Jgentlemen and children ' pads. Shields, and best Corset Steels. WHISKY. THOS. GAFF JAS. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH T. & J. W. CiAFJP & CO. Distillers of Bourbon and Bye ATBORA, IXOIAJTA. HENRY W. SMITH 1 THOS. GAFF JAS. W. GAFF HENRY W. SMITH & CO., BE DISTILLERS OF B0UBB03T BIE WHISKIES, CIC13rATT. OHIO. All goods m bytbe above b(ni f" eniitM4 Doors 'Lumber Sash Laths AND AND Blinds Shingles 3iiJ-Jj:ii STEA 31 BOATS. 33i-XCiXcx-c3L c5 Ely, STEAMBOAT AGENTS, No. 304 Front street. MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET LINE. LEAVE EVERY WEDNESDAY. The Great Iron Steamer Caronilclet, J. F. Hicks master. AlLUrlssom clerk. Will leave Wednesday, Oct. 3d. at 5 p.m. The Unrivaled Passenger Steamer Orancl Bepiiblic, tfSVi W. H. Thorwelgan.. master i G. Mlltenberger.. clerk Will leave Wednesday, Oct. lOth. 5 p.m. rOneof the above boats will leave Memphis every Wednesday, and remain In the trade during THE KNTIKK SEASON. BRADKOBD ELY. Agents. 804 Front street CITIZENS' Memphis and Vicksburg Pkt. Co. Str. JPHIXi ALLIN.S Will leave for Vicksburg every TUESDAY, at 5 p.m. Sir. IMaIXOIS, Will leave for Arkansas City every MONDAY and TliUitsiJAr, at 5 p.m. Str.A. J. WIOTE,Sa Will leave for Helena and Frinrs Point every TUES DAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY, at o p.m. JOHN J. DARBAliH. Sup'L J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI, A TEMPHIS AND OHIO RIVER PACKET CO. 1VX Kor Louisville and Cincinnati. Steamer CONS. MILLAR Win. Tlcuenor, master; J. Wilson elerk will leave FRIDAY, Sept. 14th, at 5 p.m. Special are Irom Memphis to New lorn, b.- bo to Philadelphia, $24 50. Meals and staterooms on steamer included. For freight or passage apply to K. W. l.KirlTHUKMK. AKeni. ri iironi st. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co For Pine Bluff and Little Rok Elegant passenger ste amer Katie liooper, Ed. Nowland master I Jus. N. Thompson.. clerk Leaves Saturday, sept, iota, at o p.m. For freight or passage apply to JNO. N. HARBIN. Snp't. WlVj Front St. FOR FRIARS POINT. LEE LINE STEAMERS CARRYING UNITED STATES MAIL. Dir. vvuj.ijijiA. sr3y Stacker Lee master E. B. Thomas clerk Leaves EVERY MONDAY, WEDNKSDAY and FRIDAY, at rt p.m.. for Helena, Friars Point and ail way and pianuition miming. J. T. WASHINHTON, Aeent, HOO Front st. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. V. s. Mall For Oxreola, Xfiv Hickman and St. Lonis. Hadrid Isuac H. McKee master Will leave Friday, September 14th. at n p.m. AD. STORM, Sup't Missi-slppl River Elevator Company FOK VICKSBURG. nemphis and St. Lonis Packet Comp'y AJ'UK Lit AH, Carrvinir the United States Mall, For Helena, Arkopolls, Greenville, Vicksburg and way landings; connecting at Arkopolls with rail road for Pine Bluff, and at Vicksburg wllh steamera lor the Yazoo nver and New Orleans. Steamer GRAND TOWR, Lennox master will leave FRIDAY. September 14th. at lO a.m from Elevator Bulldine. tlckutine passengers and giv ing through bills lading to Pine Bluff and all points on yhzoo river. ai. b j oui. tmp'i. FOR ASHPORT. Memphis and osceola Packet Line Carrying United oiaies mciu. bieauier Osceola Belle, 3111 J. fl. Andrews master ! B. O. Mlchell clerk Leaves Memphis every MONDAY and WEDNES DAY, at 5 p.m., for Randolpn, Fulton. Osceola and Ash port. Passengers and shippers please bear In muni tiiRi we leave on time. FOR WHITE RIVER. MILT HAHHYH Memphis, White and BlacR Klvers 17. H. Jiaii Aiiae. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, DevaHs Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point, Searcy, BatesviHe, Powhattau and Pocahontas. Theolegant passent'er steamer jjeaves mem pn is every oi i unuai, ai r p.m., con necting with steamer McARTHUB for all points on Black river. Tbrougn rates of freight and passage to all point on oiaca ana w nue rivers. For freight or passage apply on board or to J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 300 Front St. B. P. GLENN. Agent, ou Wharfboat. Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be handled free of storage, diayage and com mission, and put tnrougn promptly. Keeuiar Independent Slemphls and wnite mver racket. For Aagnsta, Jacksenport, West Point, searry ana an n ay koints. The Regular Independent Packet, HAISD CASH, Ed. C. Postal Captain Will leave EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 5 o'clock am. Through bills of lading to all points on upper wmte anu uiack nvers. Apply for freight or nassaue to R.W. LIGHTBURNE,2fl Front Street! R. P. fll.KNN. Arent. on WbRrfbot. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. Real Estate Agency, So. S Madison Street, Memphis. A TTHACTIVE lists of City and Suburban Prop- .JLA- eny on our dooks, at prices to suit the times. Also, desirable farms In Tennessee. Mi.sslsslDDl and Arkansas. Parties bavlnz property for sale will do wen io place u - in our charge, as we are in core- sponaence witn Nortnern immigrants an.t t octettes, IKK.BVAfl i UONAWAY. N.B. The above card shows mi friends and the public that I am again In Memphis, and ready to servemem. j. x. iKtAEAr. REAL ESTATE THE cheapest and best bargains In real estate that have ever been offered In the State of Ten nessee, i will sen irom 1 TO 500 ACRES OF LAXD, fust outside the city limits of Memphis, and located lust in the right place for Cctton, Woolen and other factories, or i win sen HALF-ACRE LOTS, at bottom prices, to those who wish to build resi dences, and have homes of their own. I mean ex actly what l say. Ten new houses are already built anu occupied, ano several more win be Duiit soon. THE STREET-CAB auhoiltles promise to extend their road to these val uable grounds just so soon as the population be comes suSicieni lo justify the running or tbe cars, which cannot be very far off. Abo, I will sell or lease, for a term ot years, a splendid Market Garden, with two hundred hotbed sash, at bottom figures. Those who wish to purchase must "strike while tbe Iron Is hot," or they will lose the best burraln ever offered. Tm.K Perfect. Apply to B. R. THOMAS, on the premises, or to i. li. ui.iAWAi Keai estate Agent, No. s Madison street. Memphis. THE MEMPHIS THEATER AND OLD POST-OFFICE BUILDING FOR SALE. IN the matter of the estate of James Wicker sham, deceased. I am directed bv a decree of the Chancery Court of Memphis to negotiate for a pri vate sale of the above and any other pmiierty of tbe estate. Bids will be received, and any information furnished, up to the lirnt or October next, when I will report to the chancellor the offers made, when action will be taken thereon. E. L. BELCHER. Receiver, Omce 1W Madison street. A GREAT SALE of REAL ESTATE EDITOR3 APPEAL We desire to avail ourselves of your wide circulation to g've notice, far and near, that on TUESDAY, the -J."tu day of September, at Kerrvllle, a ynung. flourishing town on the Padu cah and Memphis Railrcad. tw nty miles from Memphis, we will sell, to the highest bidder, about 500 acres cf first class farming lands for account of Rev. A. H. Kerr, being a sulplus portion of bis large homestead tract, which he baa determined to sell, lying Immediately In the vicinity of the town, to gether with a large number of town lots in Kerrvllle. We beg to say to iiersons abroad, whom we desire to settle among us, upon tbe authority of Dr. Kerr, whose opinion we fully Indorse, that no portion of Tennessee combines greater attractions of health, good community, remunerative cultivation and gen eral advantages than does the land which he places on the market; and we confidently lnvlie all who are looking for new homes to come and Judge for themselves. To our own agricultural com in unity, the merits of these lands are so well understood, that we are confident of their presence In response to Dr. Kerr's Invitation; and to all we promise a PAIR AND OPKS FIKLD OF COMPETITION, AT A POHI- tiys and pkrkmptort sals. Dr. Kerr, residing noon the premises, will take pleasure in shewing tbe property until the day of sale, when diagrams or plans or the lands and lots will be exhibited. Tbe farm lands offered comprise two distinct tracts one of 300 and the other of 200 acres about equally divided between forest and fields, inclosed and cul tivated, but not supplied with buildings. The terms of sale will be half cash, and half time, with Inter est, Title irdlsputable and clear of Incumbrance. By giving this Insertion until 'ay of sale we hoie to be able to report to you the benefit you claim tor advertising. Respectfully. TRKZKVANT CO. The Cheapefet Place In the State. HAVING determined to go to California to my children, I now offer my farm, known as Greenwood Home, on Summer avenue, 6 miles fast of Memphis. Tenn., comprising 80 22-100 acres, a good H room Frame House, all necessary outhouses, the finest barn In the country, and a never-falling well of pure water. There are 5 acres of orchard or the choicest varieties of apples, pears, peaches, cher ries, etc., one acre Wilson Improved strawberries, VO acres tillable land, the balance In Umber. Stock and Implements of all kinds on the place, for sale separate. Terms forthe place, Sj500caah.orS."X;O, to wit: ailUiA uh. balance In t-ne and two wars. wHhlnUiimt from dn'e-For Informarinn apply to CalNS ANO PRESSES. "fE have on hand six Gullett's Improved I.lght- V draft Magnolia ulns. assorted slue, which we ofl-r at a bargain to close out a consignment. As to rapidity of ginning, and quantity of yield, these gins are unsurpassed. A. M. SCARBROUGH 4 CO.. 255 F.-ont St. COTTON-GINS. rriHE Rcllpse Ciln aad Heller, the best J gin for rough cotton made. Also, a variety ot new and second hand Gins, Uln Material, etc Filing and repairing done promptly. B. W. HICKMAN, riftd Main street, Memphis, Tenn. COTTON-GIN AN1 i RIST-3I I LL, A O NORTH SECOND STREET Hal f square J. Zj noith of Louisville Rallroii'l track, Memphis Tenn. Having established a first class GlnhoiLse, as above, and fitted up witn tbe best Gins and Cleaner in use. 1 am as well prepared lo do good work as any sin in the city. Prirrs a low as the I o went. I thank my friends for the imtronage ex tended to me last year, which far exceeded my ex pectation. I have enlarged my git-house, hoping my friends will continue to patronize me. I turnlsh bags for shipment of all seed-cotton lntende-i for the Crescent Gin. All order direct to the gin. or through a merchant, will meet with prompt atten tion. All cotton in the glnhouse covered by insur ance, A. KAVKNAI.L. COTTON -PRESSES ANDJxINS. WE are now prepared to furnish all In need o' such machines, with a better ; IN and PREbS, for les money, than any one in or outside the city or MEMPHIS. TENN.. of the following makes: Wm. M. Smith's Cotton-Press, J. E. Carver's Cotton-Gln, NIblett ft Goodrich Cotton-Gln, Brown Cotton-Gln, With tbe Smith Hand-Power Press, foul expert hands can pack, from the lint-room, a 50O pound bale In fifteen minutes. Two gord hands can bale, without extra exertion, a 500-pound bale ever, halt-hour through the day. Don't fall to give u& a call berore buying elsewhere. POWELL, McDOLGAL & CO., Hanufaeturers' Agents ror the Sale ol Cilns, Presses, Cotton-Ties, and the celebrated .Fish Ilros. Farm Wagons, 37 Union Street Memphis, Tenn. IS COTTON GINS, Corner Second and Jackson Sis. X WOULD Invite attention of planters In the vicin ity of Memphis to the following statement ot facts: I have the latest and most approved Cotton Gins and Cleaners. 1 have large capacity for storage and drying, so that your cotton need not be exposed to the weather nor ginned while wet. Sacks furnished free of charge. Order through your merchant or direct from our gin. I will gin as low as any responsible gin In the city. All cotton sent to me will be covered by insurance agalust tire while hi my hands. WILLIAM BEXJES. James M. Wbite. Sunerintenrlent. HARDWARE. BEST QUALITY WARRANTED FOR SALE BY THEIR AGENTS, DEALES8 1ST HARDWAR AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS ANI MACHINERY 310-312 Front St., MEMPHIS TEWESSEK M1SC ELLANEO ITS. ENGINE TO GIN COTTON WITH, ON SHARES. T CAN furnish a bran new engine, mounted on a. wneeis, to run during tne cotton season on shares, witn a party who can furnish gins, glnhouse, etc. will also furnish an engineer, locality. Address Not particular as to G. R. BOYD. care Messrs. W. B. Galbreath Co. 14 Union st SACKS and SACltXXO For Cotton-Pickers. ffAAA YARDS ' Planters' Seamless JJJJ KscklDs," for cotton-sacks, meal- bags, etc, In bolts of about twenty-six ards. 5000 reaily made Seamless Narks. 3, 4 snd o leei ifriengti:, ior coitou-picKers, au complete wiui Buuuiuer-Mraps, eic These goods are extra-heaw. and have been found admirably udaptcd to the purposes intended. For salecheapby WOBMELEY 4 GOODMAN. tf:iS Front street. THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OK THE AGE. I will iinnart Information enabling families to saveS-'iOOto Si 000 a year in table expenses. Ho telmen, butchers and vegetable dealers particularly uiteresieu. Auuress v. . n. sijiVENS, 114 North 8th street. SL Louis, Mo. Cotton Planters. ifl Ann SEAMLESS SACKS for cotton pick-J-JJJJ ers. all complete with shoulder- straps. Length of sacks 8. 4l and feet. 10,000 yards SEAMLESS CLOTH, suitable for pickers to make their own sacks. It is of same ma terial as wheat sacks. One sack or this cioth is worth twoof Osnaburg. Give us a call before buying Osnaburgs. Oflice, rear of 22S Main street. IIAVUKN OO. No novelty has eer met with such unii'ermljavor. Eclipse Comic Playing-Cards ! Refined amusement for all ! Nothln? slllv nor vulgiir. Nothing like them In Europe or America. Sold by stationers, druggists and fancy goods dealers everywhere. IV. H. LOIVKKKi; s,Ue Mnr.fr. 7 liberty Xew York. GUARANTEED SPECULATION, 400 Invested bv us In 80 dars Straddles hum made S:i750. S10O have paid SI TOO In BO days. We Guarantee all HO day Straddles; Money refunded If no profit Is made. References given. Corres pondence solicited. W. F. HUBBELL A CO., Members New York Mining stock Exchange, P. O. box 2H1H. 4rt Broad t treet. N. Y. HAIR RALSAH. Parker's Hair Balsam is the Best and cloanest preparation ever made for Restoring Gray Hair to its original color. It is entirely harmless, and free from the cheap and impure ingredi ents that render many other prepar ations injurious. It is exquisitely perfumed, aad so perfectly and ele gantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to thosa -who have once used it. It removes Dan druff and stops the Hair falling. It renders the Hair vigorous and beau tiful. It preserves its luxuriance when abundant, and restores its Color and Life when Gray, harsh and decaying. Sold by all Druggists. ATTORNEYS-A TUW. Wm. M. Smith. W. A. Collier. Pact. Smith. Smitla cto Oolllor, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Xo. 16 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn M. I. Tj. STEWART, SOLICITOP AND ATTOBNEY-AT-LA W, Oflice Xo. 84 Toplar Street, Memphl WTLL practice In the Courts ef Law and Chat eery In West Tennessee and North Mlsslsls tppl, and give special attention to eoliectlona, eon vnrandnj. nee J. W. CLAPP. J. P. Mid. W. L. Clapp. Olarr ctj Me- ATTOHXEYS-IT-LAMV Ko.J3li MAIJt HTnERT. rcill Bros. & C d MILL ERY GOO TO MERCHANTS, MILLINERS, AND EAIERS IX FANCY GOODS! Occupying now the very large and spacious stores. Kos. 253 and 55 Mala street, we shall, with the oiening ol the early fall season, exhibit a very large stock of Millinery Goods, Trimmed lints, Straw and Felt Goods, Flowers, Feathers, Silks. Velvets, Ribbons, I'te., which we will offer to the WHOLESALE TRADE at the very closest Jobbing Prices. Our knowl edge experience and facilities for manufacturing, enable us to compete successfully with the foremost houses in tlie trade. We Invite an Inspection. KREMEE, HERZOG & CO. 253-255 Main street oup. Court Souare. V. B. tJALBREATII. J. M. wr m 1 1 UftlU Da U 0ak unVJC Aswan. uBw. n i fffl .. n B n fcl Cotton Factors, 11 Union Street, Memphis. AGEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED CHAMPION" COTTOX G1X AXD HL'LLER. F - X - iX T. SHERWOOD, LER. PICKENS & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN WOOD and WnXOW-WAEE, BASKETS BABY CARRIAGES, TOY GOODS, Etc. Stock larger and prices lower than ever before ! (aootls from lirt liahds in America and Europe ! Nos. 338 and 330 Slain Street. Memphis. G. A. EOKBRIiY & BROS. MfiAGrocraiCotti Facta 335 Front, cornar Union street, Memphis, Tenn. We would respectfully call the attention of the tr.ide to our well-selected, fresh stock of goods now on iitinu, tu nuicii w: ai c HOO sacks Coffee (Rio, Java and Laguayra), SIM lrlM. ICeliiied aniio. K. Sugars, 0 1i-Im. and hnir-barreln Klour, .'KM, raises Sardines and Salmon, 8UOO dor,. O.VNtrrs anil fanned Fi-nits, l.0 ukes. ilains and lircnkrt Barou, 5i4M boxes New 'lieee. SOO nk's. manufactured Tofmee. ll'l.l. .. r,.Il II... 0).,.l. L-. . . . ,T V.'ltn a lull line of Spices. Blueing, Snuff. Yeast A. VACCAR0 B. TACCAR0. A. VAOOARO & CO., IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 324 Front street, Memphis. SOLE AGEXTS FOR COOK'S CHAMPAGNE IMPERIAL. J. R. G0DWIX. L. D. MULLIXS, Jr. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants 336 Front Street Memphis iLgonts for tlxo C3x-1 Cotton-Tlo. Z. X. ESTES. ESTES, PIZER & CO. Wholesale Grocers 114 and 13 Union Announce to the Trade, that they are in reception of their COMPLETE FALL STOCK OF Domestic Such as Prints of the Choicest Designs; Bleached, Itrown and Colored Cottons; Linseys, Flannels, Jeans, etc. DRESS OF AMERICAN AND FOREIGN MANUFACTURE. Our popular Raven" Alpacas and Mohairs; Arlington Alpacas, Mohairs, Bnllantlnes and Poplins. Fancy Goods, Notions In extensive variety. Also, an excellent assortment ot OTS, SHOES AND HATS! BO All of which they offer at prices which will be found to comimre favorably with those of Eastern and Western Jobbers. An examination or our stock Is solicited. MENK MAIN STREET SLEDGE, EfKAY & CO., GROCERS and COTTON FACTORS Nos. 371 and 373 Main Street. 31. spavin. Jno. S. Sn livaa. M. Gavin & Go. WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS And Commission Merchants QQQ Front Stroot. MompIilB, Tonn., " Between Adams and Jefferson. Our M;i tor T. J. fOWV-lI.t dewntfls hLs whole time fothe DS! F0WLKES. W. J. CRAWFORD. - ,, 1877! a. A. HOWE. iuuKinit uauy ouuiuons: ISO brls. Jfolases and Syrups. 1KM pk cm. new Mackerel 4t Whlteflsh, KKMI bxs. Soap, Candles and Starch. 500 bvM. freish Crackers and itisealts, XM pkirs. Teas and Chocolate, 5H pkes. l.nrd all st.v les and sixes, pkrs. KaisinH. .Vntsand CaailT. I (M ik(s. Buckets, Jtroonis nnd Hope, Powders, and other articles not above mentioned. A. B. TACCAB0 S. M. McCALLUM WIW&CO. JXO. C. FIZER and Cotton Factors, street. Memphis. GOODS and Furnishing Goods Dry Goods! EN BROS. COR. COURT. Thos. Clark. 31. J. Clark Wcfrhlng and Sale of nil Cotton mtnisted to our JEWELRY. BYRD BTBD BYKD BYKU BYKD BYRD BYRI BYRD B HP BYRD BYRD BYKD BYKD BYhD BKl BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYhD BYRD BYRD BYKU BYKD Fhii FYRH BYRD BYItfl BY Rl bYhii HYKli BYRD H hit ft al UYUri BYKil WATCHES. DIAMONDS. jwi:i.ar. SILTERWAKK. SILVER PLATED WAIIE. BRACELETS, NECKLACES. LOCKETS, WEDDIXG-RIXiiS. BYRO BYRD BYKD BYKD BYRD BYRD BIRD BYRD BY Hi) BYRD BYRD BY Rt BYRD BYRD BYttl BYl'.u BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BYRD BRIDAL GIFTS. Fiwlal attenttoti Is c.-.l'.er! I.i-gi stix-k oi f-llvi-r.:n-blc for KrlitiU GifU to our suita- C. L. BYRD It CO.. Nil. 27." MAIN STRKKT. BYRD BHD - - .---i. l: kii 1 . . u B YRD a- x xxax .rxx i HMil E 5 I'CATION A L. 31 IS S. II E N It Y W A I K. 4 Mulberry Street. WILL corrini:ce on Mcnd.ir. September loth, the riecontl Annual besio.i of her hol for Y'oung Lnrtles. .Misses and Little (iirls. For terms apply during this week t- !rs. W.-.ile. 27! I'nlon !-trivt. Miss lt3Lxxxipli3rjs Preparatorv And Hoard ins School for IS03 m, "riLL open September 10th. In the m-w building V no- lieing ere.le-l on lh.i l-.iiulfiil aim s:-a-clous grounds ailjolnlng Mr. Brlnkley's roliVnco lot. on Poplar sint-t. Latin iiiclmled in crnuse. Application for biar miy tteniaile at No. ii(.loneH avenue, or to Rev. George f. H;-rris. :t PI Piit'lnr si. ST. LOl IS LAW NCIIOOL. Law lep't or trashingtoa I'nlversitj-. THK regular annual term cf tills l aw Fob-xil will oiien on WEDNESDAY, OCTOUElt lo. 1K77. Full course, two terms, six niont lis each. Student admitted to the senior class, on elimination, bv ap plication on or before October linh. Tuition" S."0 per term, tnciuding use of Library. For particulars, ad-lress G. iL STEWART. Dean cf Law Facultv, "i:i N. Third street. St. Louis, ilo. BELLEVrE II1KH SCHOOL. itMlforl Couuty. Vircriul. On Va. and Term. R. R., lh uilis west of Trnru burg. For boysand young nii. Full corps of teach ers. Instruction thorouirh and course complete. Beautiful aud healthy location. Most liberal pro vision for comfort and Improvement ot pupils. Ses sion opens September lSlii. Forclrcui.tr or special Information, address William B abbot. Principal, Bellevue, P. O. rriHK SHELBYVILLE (KY'. FEMALK COLLEGE, X chartered In lS4i. and located . it Sheibyvlile. In the beautiful biue-erass region e; central Ken tucky, SO miles east of LcuUviile. by rail, olers su perior aovant:tges In EnKUsti, Lhtln. Eli-ution, Mu sicand Painting. Board and tuition for ten mouths, $200. For announcement, address W. H. STUART. Principal. Sbelbyvtlle. Ky. A 11 31 O U IS INSTITUTE, So. 871. Siadifcon street. CLASSES will be resumed MONDAY. sentembej 10. 177. For circulars apply lo -eplemoe' MRS. EMILY B. ARMulR, Principal. Cecelian College, HARDIN CO0NTT. KY.-KF.DUCT.D TERYI3. Board, etc. per 20 weeks, only SHO. Ser.d for catalogue. jy28 eod MOUNTAIN SPRING SOHOOIj, ON TDK 'harlexl trinity, Mortfou Co, Alabsima. PREPARED to fit young men for the active duties of Ufe; to give a tUiisbed education, or to pre pare for eimance into the highest classes of the University of Virginia. Ojiem Seplemher 20, a77. with lualli'ed and accouii-lished Instructors, F or catalogues apply to J. R. BAYLOR. Principal, or JOHN A. L1LK. Prr-i i-irtir. . , Trinity. Alabama. Terms In advance, Slia fur iwenly weeks, for all expenses. TESTIHOXIAl-t. HcSTMVTLUt. ut.. Ja n-.ary 11.1 S7d. Having beeu patrons of the Mountain Spring Hlca School, we can recommend it to tmse bavin sons to educate, as one ol the most thorough In the South. w. w. GRTH. L. MINOR, M.D. MOBILB. Ala., January 27, 1 S7t5. I take great pleasure In recommending to the at tention of my friends and the public generally the claims of the Mountain Spring rJIh School, near Trinity, on the Memphis and Charleston Pillroad. The salubrity of the cllumte, the seclusion of the locality, tlie conduct of the uomestlc department, and the qualifications of the teachers, place the school In the first rank of educational liistitutlons. RICH. H. WILMER. Bishop r Alalmma. A TBS. SYLVANUS RF.ED'3 DAY AND Bo.tRD 1L ISO School fob V0R8 L.muks. Nos. rt and 8 East :M st.,ew York. Fnuitiv nth year btplus October, 1H,7. French the iauguxe of tbe schooi Collegiate course of four y.virs. Careful tralciD- in Primary and Pieparwtorp Classe. UALTIMUKr-, HOITIIIIIV IIOVIK r,,,,,:.,,0, KOK VCING LADLES A.NDL T TLK GIRLS. Fstabllshed :n K4J. Principals Mrs. W ujos a. C.Mir, Mrs. Gks .it:' Peg ham Nos. 1W7 and llm North Charles ireeu" French the L;uiguage Spoken. lulOe.Ki Christian Brothers' College. Classes will be resumed Monday, September ;J, 1877. For circular apply to S0Ath BRQ. MAFRE LI AN, Preeldent. PBESBYTBUIAX GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL, eorncr or Adams street and Charles ton avenue. 3IISS J. 31. HIG BEE, PR I f I I'AL . HEHI MF.S CLASSKS ON MONOAY, SI1PT. IO, 1877. State Female College MEMPHIS. TENN. Fall Session Opens Sept. 10th, PARTIES desiring Information as to accommoda tions, terms, ePi, send for catalogue. Mu-lc lie pai t ment furnished with entirely NE' PI4AOS. All departments thoroughly ont:iiiiirsl and elegantly furnished. Aiita. H. A. COLLINS. Presiint. MRS. B. H. ARCHER. Principal, EUlcott City. Md. UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI. T Jct-T 4. 1877. HE next session will open on Thursday Sep tember :7. 177- s.r.l -!,.. T.i,. June 27,1878. The UniTersit j is Heroartf r EiiLin-Ij Tree The only fee paid by students Is one of $10 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 SltJ per year. not exceed Board of excellent Quality may ba had at S10 and 812 per month, by paying montblv. In advance. The necessary expenses of a student, omitting books and clothing, need not, therefore, exceed ?1'. lo lo0 per session. The departments of Chemistry and Natural History, and of Phvslcs and Astronomy, i-iiueu wimagooa suppiv ot appaxstiis fur experiment and Illustration. The I'ntverslty. Law and Society Libraries, contain several thousand vol umes, and will be Increa-sMO. The course of Instruc tion Is thorough, and the Faculty Is composed of able, experienced, christtar men. The I nlverslt) ot-euiiiesa b,ullful site, near tbe vlllaiteof Oxfonl. In the mlil.-t of an exoe-jilonally heaithy section of country; and Is. Im mea-sure. fre. from those seductive Intitieticvs bv wbi.-h so many young men are leu astray In oui cities and i vire towns. The Law fedtitineiit has be-n teuivaulzed. and will be ojen for Uie reception of ituJcnts id the be ginning of the next session. For healtiifult-.ess and beauty location, the fa cilities It alonls for the ai-.jiil-lt1n of a Uioroturb education, the moral and chtlstjKn l iiiuences thrown around youiig men and tor iokiimm. Uils Institu tion Is not surpassed by any of like grade In tbe United States. ALEX. P. STEWART, Chancellor. IL M. StXlJTt.1. Secretary Trustees. ST. MAUY'S 8CUOOL 'o. 332 Toplar Street, .Memphis A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR Y"OI"Ni Laniki, underthe charge of the Sisters of tt. Mary tEpIscopal;. The fifth annual seulon Besjlns Moaday September 17th. For circulars, etc., apply to the Sister Superior. References The Rt. Rev. H. Potter. Hishop of New Tor. ; Tbe RL Rev. C. T. Oulntanl. Bishop of Ten nessee. and the Reverend cli-rirv of Men Phis. MUSIC TEACH EK. MRS. MARIA D. MONSARRAT, TE.1CIIEB Vocal and Instrumental Music Orr!m mT tft fit RnMrrhrv' Mu.l BOKINt. APPAItATl S. C.H. Robinson & Co.'s KEW PATENT Well Augur and Boring Apparatus FOB BALE. ALSO, State, County and Plar tatlou lUehts. Per eons wanting Wells Bored, or is purchase An gar and AptMritn. r Terrttcry c.i!" 0:1 i- si '11