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We will not return rejected communications. n ordering iairs changed from one powtofflce to .tiii k tier, the uaruea of both pusUrfUcea should be glveo. O ir uutll-books are kepi bj postofflces, and not by hi .uulual name, d eclmen copies sent free of cbanm. A I tellers, ooiiunuiilcatlons, or uylarng else for tie ArriAU sliould be addressed UALL-WAY 4 KEATING, .!.( GaM.aiT, 22 Second street, J M. KTiN.. Memphis. Tenn. Mill H1IS APPEAL f KID AY. AUGUST 1C, 1SJ8 The mooting iulle-l for to-cUy, at eleven o'cl.xk, at the Greenlaw Operahouse, ought tj b: attended by every citizen who intends to remain here during the prevalence of the y.-IIow-f.'ver. The objects are such as every one will concede to be timely and proper. They are Hiuijjly to consult together for the public s.ib ty, and to adopt measures (or the removal to a healthy locality of all such as ure unaUe to bear the cost and sustain them selves. To this end application was nude, at the instance of Dr. Otey, to the President and the st-cretary of war for a thousand tents and the issuance of rations to all who choose to avail themselves of such help. Favorable replies to these applications were received hut evening, and will be laid be fore the meeting. We trust the attendance will be as large as existing circumstances will admit of, au J that an orgaaizition will be effected that, witii the Howard association and the board of health, will enable us to contend successfully with the fever. Thk LonJon Pott says the English parlia ment will not be dissolved. Governor Kick, of Massachusetts, says the Grant movement is very strong in that State. Sir Stafford North cote, replying to au inquiry in the house of commons, said that no communications had been exchanged with the Vatican regarding the re-establishment of diplomatic relations between Great l'ritain and the holy see. The Israelites of Paris lost no time in con gratulating M. Waddington on his success in the ICerlin congress in securing liberty and equality for their co-worshipers in Flouma ma, but they ask him to puh his triumph even into barbarous Russia. Senator Tiiurman in his great speech at Hamilton, Ohio, on the thirteenth instant, placed himself squarely upon the Ohio plat form, and denounces the Republican party as responsible for the business bankruptcies since 1VG0 and for the curse of a national debt, payment on the interest of which is the heaviest burden of the working classes. The Chicago, St. Louis and New Orleans railroad company deserves to be remembered by the people of the latter city. It furnished the board of health with a large quantity of dixinfectants at its own cost, and offered to transport free of charge any like material that the board might desire. It also carried supplies and nurses to Grenada free of charge. Mr. John T. Ford, the well-known Balti more manager, is making extensive prepa rations for the coming theatrical season, tie has already engaged a company and muny of the leading "stars," with whom he will make the tour of the south, making the circuit by the Atlantic and Gulf cities, and via Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville and Lynchburg back to Washington and Baltimore. Mr. Ford did so well last year that he feels encouraged to un usual exertions for this. Admiral IIorniiy, in command of the British fleet, received orders yesterday, by tolegrapb, that as soon as the embarkation of the Kussian Imperial Guard has been com pleted, he shall withdraw his British uV.et from Princess Island, in the Sea of Marmora, tj Gallipoli, but not return to the Mediter ranean until the remainder of the Russian troops have retired west cf Chatalap and the Turks are securely in possession of these works. Key is a great politician perhaps the most profoundly sagacious, far-seeing and far reaching in the country. He ta!k3 as if the defeat of the Democracy in Shelby county was general throughout Tennessee, and is sure the split in the Democratic ranks will grow wider and the effect be greater. In this ce the wish is father to the thought. The postmaster-general, on the principal that misery loves company, is anxious to find jus tification for his defection lrom the party in the like movement by others, no matter what their position. General Jviial Karly recently being asked Lis opinion of the Fitz John Porter Pope controversy, replied that he was confi dent that Porter was right m not attacking when commanded to do so. The order was to attack Hill on his right, which could not be doae without first crushing Longstreet, whose line partially overlapped Hill's, and who was further advanced than Hill. This, he regarded 03 conclusive evidence that Pope knew nothing of the position of either line, but was fighting at haphazard. It is reported on good authority that Gov ernor Hampton has forwarded to the governor of Ohio a requisition asking for the extradi tion of Kx Governor A. K. Scott, who lives in Napoleon. He is charged with having bought a majority of the votes of the members of the legislature during the session of 1S71-72, in order to defeat his own impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors, and in order to raise the money to buy these votes he issued a fraudulent warrant on the treasury in the m.iii-s of imaginary persons for one hundred thousand dollars. The New York Bulletin, commenting on the call for a convention by the Memphis chamber of commerce to consider the ques tion of reclaiming the lowlands of the Mis- si.-isiLi valley, says: "There is no reason to Huppose, from aught that we know at pres ent, tlrat the purpose of this assemblage is to fall back upon appropriations from the Fed eral treasury to accomplish the work it has in view; but that, on the contrary, an effort will be made to see what can be accom plished by private enterprise, assisted by the States tnd the counties along the river. Working on this plan, the object contem p!a'ed by th? convention wiil command the ivuipathy of the whole country." It turns out le-w tiuit l'ad--au, and not Kue;i Youig, wrt" the l. t'er in which iraut s Lible-t.'.ik on Confederate and Federal army officers was driven in extenu. It was a seine full of sprats to catch a haul of salmon, and the New York Sun aayi that Grant's old ring friends are delighted. They lounge around liar-rooms, clubhousej and gambling saloons aglow with anticipation. Memories of the past are revived. Lips are smacked over fu ture plums. There is a busy hum among the post traders and army contractors on the frontier. The cari't-t aging buzzards of the south extend their wings to catch the inspir ing breeze, and the ruddy robbere of the nnvy department wipe their fat chins, smiling with satisfaction. All feel that there are millions in it. The discussion by General Grant of the relative merits of Confederate and Federal jenerals has brought out a great deal of i:riticism and opinion from equally competent judges. General Jubal Early, among others, has expressed himself, and says he regards Lee the greatest general of the war, with jchom even Stonewall Jackson could not be compared. And of him he says that "he was no judge of men, and could never pick out good subordinates; his strong points were his piomptness to obey any order, however difficult, his persona' bravery and his exceed ingly Btrict discipline. He never considered what obstacles Jay between the order from hi" commanding general and execution of it, but went straight at the enemy with perfect assurance of success." Of Grant, he said: "Gract is a great general, but as cold-blooded as ever Napoleou was." Ex-Governor John M. Palmer, of Illi nois, reviewing t;:.e present status of the two great parties, says that it seems to him t hat the radical and controlling difference be tween parties now is that the Republican party, which was created for a most patriotic and noble purpose, has no fundamental doc trines which relate to the present or future administration of public affairs, but it seems, from a supposed necessity, to be inclined to iccept the political creed as well as tha tradi tions of the Whig party, while the Demo cratic party, notwithstanding its errors and the tollies of its leaders, has a traditional po litical system of opinions, which, if applied and enforced, will in the end produce the b2st possible results. "And," he says, "I have great confidence that when it comes into power it will be found equal to its re sponsibilities." The AprEAL of the first of September will contain a full and complete report of the cot ton trade of the year, together with a com prehensive review of the manufactures and general business. The edition, we need hardly say, will be a more than usually de sirable one for business men to avail them selves of as an advertising medium, because the paper will be larger thao our ordinary daily issue, will contain twice the usual amount of matter, and will be circulated to an extent more than four times our ordinary irculation. For tho advantage no extra charge will be made. Our columns will be open to advertisers at our regular rates. Or ders for copies of this edition, put in wrap pers ready for mailing, should be left at our counting-room. Orders for locals and for ad vertising space can be left with our business manager any time before the day of publica tion. We hope our friends, in order to give us an opportunity to make proper display and disposition of their advertisements, will hand in their favors early. The New Orleans chamber of commerce, in an address on the yellow-fever scare in that city, and the quarantines against it by towns and villages, says, in justification of its strictures, that "thus far they have not risen to a greater maximum of mortality than one death per day upon every twenty thousand of our population. This insignifi cant rate may be restricted and even reduced by the ordinary agencies of our improved system of sanitary care. Such a death-rate cannot be regarded as a dangerous addition to the ordinary chances of vitality. While this epidemic of terror blockades every ac- cets of intercourse, the business, social inter course and recreations of our people go on as usual, nor is there any symptoms of disor ganization in the commercial, mechanical or financial transactions of the city. Expe rience, however, teaches ua that it is- in vain to reason with prejudice, expostulate with terror, or conciliate commercial competition. We address ourselves, therefore, to the busi ness and property interests of other cities and of our own." The Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia Times says there will be a change in the cabinet, the contradictions of Hayes notwithstanding. Devens, he says, wants the circuit court judgeship cf the first judicial circuit, made vacant by the recent death of Judge Shepley, of Portland, Maine. The circuit embraces Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. " How Blaine will dance and tear his hair," says the correspondent, "if Devens is appointed, and how old Hamlin will swear. Blaine and Devens are not the best of friends. Blaine issued cards last winter for one of his distinguished dinner parties, and he gives many during the winter. Devens had been invited, and had accepted with alacrity. Two or three days before the din ner Blaine made his speech, reflecting some what heavily on the patriotism of Massachu setts, at which Massachusetts was, of course, greatly incensed, and Devens, being a large share of Massachusetts, was incensed of course." He declined the dinner in a cold and formal note, and in a few weeks after was "cut dead" by Blaine at a dinner at the White House. Another case of dog eat dog. Experiments made by a Mr. Stewart, re ports on and the results of which are to be s 'en at the agricultural department, enable General LeDuc to assert that sugar can be made from corn-stalk, at a cost not to exceed two and a half cents, per pound, that ia much superior to the ordinary cane-sugar. He says that within the next six years he hopes to see the entire import trade in sugars disappear, and the d?mand supplied by our home pro duction from the corn-stalk. Not only this, but he expects to see a large export trade established in this article of sugar with European markets. The evidences of Mr. Stewart's successes are so convincing that it is impossible to doubt. We can only specu late upon the prosperity which must be caused by the addition within a few years of one hundred millions of dollars to our home products, and the decrease of our imports by a corresponding sum. Looking at it at this day, in the early dawn of its introduction as one of the great industries, it is difficult to predict all the benefits likely to accrue from such an important change in our internal economies. A small volume is now in press, and will be issued next month, giving the results of the latest experiments and full in structions for the manufacture of sugar from maize. Tuscumbia Xorth Alabamian : "The Dem ocrats of Tuscumbia did their duty manfully in the election last Monday, only losing the box by eight votes in the contest between Harrington and Steele. I his was an 101 provement on any vote in a contested elec tion since the war." ADDITIONAL TESTIMONY Am to the Intention of the Itrmoe rary of Ihilllp. Lee and Crittenden Count lev, ArksssM, to Have Free and fr'alr Kleetloa. Hitherto they have been Intimidated by the Kadieals, who have not In Ten Yrara Permitted a Free Election I'nen for Cannon. Oa Saturday last, says the Little Rock Democrat, Sheriff Robinson and County Clerk Ellison, of Phillips county, arrived in the city and had an interview with the governor, in which they represented a bad state of af fairs in that county by reason of the organi zation of the militia, which they charge, is for the purpose of intimidating voters at the approaching election. To counteract this, and put the matter in its rightful, proper at titude before the executive, another delega tion representing the Democratic party arrived this morning, and had an interview with the governor. They were accompanied by Colonel John M. Hewitt and Mr. J. R. Jarrett, the former a leading attorney and tiie latter a leading merchant, of Lee county. The Phillips delegation is composed of Colo nel Paul F. Anderson, Dr. D. A. Linthicum, J. W. Clopton and Major John J. Hornor, all leading and influential citizens of Phil lips. The latter utterly disclaim any knowl edge or intention on the part of the Demo crats of Phillips, such as that represented by Messrs. Robinson and Ellison. They state that no free eleccion in Phillips has been held during the past ten years, owing to the in timidation of the white and colored voters, by the Radical party; that the Democrats have nominated a full ticket, and organized clubs throughout the country, composed of colored as well as white men; that all they ask, and that they intend to have, is a free, untrammeled expression of the will of the people. If colored people desire to vote the Democratic ticket, they propose to see that they enjoy that right without being sub jected to abuse and outrage by the opposite party, lhey represent the county as per fectly quiet and peaceable, and a general en thusiasm among all classes particularly the colored people in behalf of the Democratic ticket. There are four militia companies in the county, regularly organized under the laws of the State, who will co-operate with the civil authorities in preserving the peace, and see that no disturbance arise because colored men desire to vote the Democratic ticket. The two cannon borrowed at Mem phis are used simply to arouse enthusiasm aaong the voters. 'Two years ago when Mr. Voorhees canvassed Indiana in behalf of old "Blue-Jeans" Williams, he carried with him a Mr. Rogers, who opened the services at every public meeting with a sone. The Dem ocrats of Phillips, with some blank cartridges, carry their cannon to their barbecues, and, prior to the speaking, hail the event with salvos of artillery. All the intimidation so far has come from the Republicans, who threaten colored men who join the Demo cratic clubs. What is said of Phillips is true of Lee. The only intimidation ever thought of is by the Republicans, who threaten every colored man who joins a Democratic" club. We assure our Phillips and Lee county friends, and the colored, people in all the counties that they will be protected in all their rights, regardless of threats by Repub licans. And that's all there is in the move ment in Phillips, Lee, Jefferson, Crittenden and other counties. BROWNSVILLE. The Appeal and the Democratic Party The Candidates for Congrfss In the Eighth. listriet-Tne Hay wood County Congression al Convention. From an Occasional Correspondent of the Appeal. Brownsville. Tenn., August 12. It is an idea of ignorant people that none but law yers, othce-hoiders ana omce-seeKers ana thtir especial menus and co-ordinates should speak their feelings and interests in elections. Scholars, educutors, ministers, christians, farmers and all, as citizens, should bring the intelligence and moral power of brain and heart upon the electors at the uauot-oox. tsut this should not be as professional politicians, but as patriots. To work for the triumph, of a given party, as the Democratic, does not arrogate its freedom from all error. Its press may have, now and then, made mistakes; the Appeal may have committed errors. "It is human to err." But to argue from this that the above party i3 corrupt, in comparison with the Republican party, is to outrage both the fact and form of correct reasoning; it is to chanjre the whole ground of debate. The real grounds of dispute are the crimes of the Republican policy, and the irrepressible war against these crimes, frauds and oppressions waged by the Democratic party. The strug gle has comprehended the State rights doc trines, down to those equal and just financial measures, aiiKe, favorable to all the people, from whom all just governments are derived and maintained, and all the questions that lie between these. W hatever can be said against the Appeal, this is just for it: In the wan derings of our brave iu that long night of suf fering, as the banner of freemen's rights, the Appeal was our "pillar of light," as it has since been a cloud by day: 1 his is not vain and adulative flattery. My patriotic countrymen, what have been the facts? As to the great questions ot estates rights, the franchise of the people, equal rights under a constitutional government, eternal hatred to fraud, robbery ana oppression of the peo ple, the Appeal's record is enviable on these questions. But we wish rather to vindicate these honors as due mostly to the great party whose servant the Appeal has ever been. Sectional hate has been ever a Republican party means to its ends of rapacity and power. We have preached a uospel of peace of races. They, the gospel of hate between the races, white and black. At a mass meeting at Bartlett, on the thirtieth ultimo, by one or two of their speakers the doctrine of intense hate was announced; and far more, was im plied. This was the same old Radical hate, but under the auspices of the Nationals. On the ninth of August last (Saturday), the Democratic candidates for nomination to con gress spoke at Brownsville. These gentle men all made able speeches; discussed, like patriotic statesmen, the great issues that un derlie the prosperity, peace and permanent safety of our republic. This contrast between thtee two meetings is truly striking. The one was low, mean, ignorant, drivelling; the lat ter was chaste, dignified, manly discussion. But on to-day (twelfth instant), we had a convention of the Haywood county Democ racy, the delegates chosen and sent from the twelve civil districts of the county. This was a large and enthusiastic gathering cf the very best men of Haywood county, and fully represented the strength and intelligence of the party. The convention elected delegates to the four conventions to nominate candidates for the senate, congress, governor and floater. This was all unani mous. But alter this the convention, know ing that three-fourths of the delegates were for the nomination of Captain Lewis Bond for congress, and only one fourth for Colonel Wm. Vaughan, wishing to have the nomi nation at Humboldt made from Haywood county, and thoroughly convinced that both Bond and Vaughan instructed for, or voted for, would loose all chance for a county man, therefore entertained a resolution offered to instruct the delegation to vote solid for Cap tain Lewis Bond, which passed by a full three-fourths majority of all the votes of the convention. Thus more than the majority, which, is the rule of Democrats, pledge the county of Haywood for Lewis Bond at the Humboldt convention. A committee was ap pointed to wait on Captain Bond in accord ance with the above. At his approach to the door ot Lee hall he was greeted with a burst of enthusiastic applause. He made, then, an eloquent and impressive speech to the convention, thanking them with pro foundest gratitude for the honor which the Democracy of Haywood county, through them, had conferred upon him. This was one of the most glorious hours of his life. He loved his native county; her woods and vales and winding streams were dear to him. He loved with deep devotion her people, and her memories of struggle were sacred to his heart. He prized her above all others, even above more favored spots. The rewards of this hour were dearer to him than to be con gressman. He here said that if he had not been the choice of his own county he would not allow his name to come before the Hum boldt convention. If the majority had in structed for his honored opponent he would "have stood glued to the floor" of the con vention, and bowed to the will of his own people, giving his entire strength to their choice. The convention's committee reported resolutions of policy, the substance of the platforms of Indiana and Ohio, contained in Yoorhees's and Ewing's great speeches, and upon these Captain Bond pledged his success, his de fense of the people's rights, if nominated and elected. His delicate and appreciative refer ence to his honored opponent and his few supporters in the convention, was character istic of his own elevated spirit. He exhorted united effort lor a victory tor the country. Captain Bond's bearing on this occasion showed him to be the true, noble, capable man that he is, and evidently gifted to be the nvxt conKrejstnan of the ninth dii-tritt. The only man that led Haywood to a Democratic victory in the legislature, would lead the ninth district RIGID liV IsiliLlUAL. The Oneida Community Keel the Kf feet of the Mrlenllne In veati.ationn of their Youna-er Members Hut Taey Won't (Wive I"p. New York World, Saturday: A gentle man of this city, who has been somewhat dis tinguished as a social philosopher, and who in that capacity has watched very closely the career of the Oneida Community, which now seems to be threatened with bitter internal dissensions, if not absolute disruption, was called on by a World reporter yesterday, and asked for his opinion on that point. He had lately. been giving the subject more than usual consideration, and was therefoie pre pared. "You see," said he, "the Community peo ple are the most orthodox kind of christians. They believe everything that's in the bible; they believe in the ortuodox God, the devil, and heaven and hell. A firm belief in all thess things and the profession of it, is the bond that's held them together, and of course it' any of them dissent from this belief it makes trouble. Now, years ago the Com munity beean sending these young men to Yale college, and after their education there these young men b?g"n to think that many of the things which, they had previously be lieved in were all moonshine. This was es pecially the case with the young men who went through the Y'ale scientific school." "Young Mr. Noyes was educated in that school, was he not V" "Yes. He is one of the men who has got new light. As he is the natural successor of his lather, I imagine that there will be trouble when the old man dies. Still I don't believe that they will burst up. Youug Noyes will in reality have no more power than the others. There is no such thing as governor or leader of any kind. The property is held by four trustees, and the government is all by criticism. That is, if a brother or sister has done wrong, he or she is brought up, and the faults and short comings of that individ ual are openly stated and discussed in his or her presence. What would be scandal and gossip in any ordinary community is here utilized and made a corrective ot individual conduct." "Do you know about how many discontents there in the Oneida Community 'i" "I don't, tut I think they are very few. They are confined to those young men who have received liberal instruction. They have gone back there with new ideas, and they feel that to clear their consciences they must proclaim them and denounce what they be lieve to be sham doctrines. But as soon as they do that they meet with fearful opposi tion, for the members of the Community are very prejudiced, since their whole social struc ture depends on their firm orthodox doctrines, ;si said before. You will see how small a chance there is for these few dissenters to break up the concern, when you remember that of only iibout tuiee hundred members in the whole Community sixty are children under ten years of age. You Know, up till ten years ago no children were born in the Com munity. Now they have about sixty of the finest, healthiest children that you could find anywhere. They have never had the diseases which most children have, such as measles, whooping-cough and scarlet fever. And, you know, the Community have stopped sending their young men to college. Ail those chil dren will bo educated in the faith, and thus the bonds ot union are likely to be strength ened." "Have not some of the members who have left the Community decided to go back again?" "Yes, I remember one instance that came under my own observation. One of their men came to New Y'ork and professed to be tired of the Community. A thorough examination by his friends convinced the ni that his heart was still with the Community.and it required only a little persuasion to get him to return to the flock. 1 believe he is with them still. Yea, I think the Community is good to stand tor a long time yet. They have become rich; they sire very popular aiuoner their neighbors, as well they might be, for they have done a great deal for them. They give employment to a great many outsiders, and besides all this they never try to make proselytes of the people who work foi them, or obtrude their religious vies iu any way. They require their own people to live up to the faith veiy rigidly, but don't interfere with outsiders. They preach heaven and hell, the bible and the devil, and so long as they don't allow anybody to deprive them of these elements, they will go along all right." The Tobacco Stolen front the Indians. Washington, August It. Fifteen hun dred pounds of tobacco have been found se creted under the floor of the issue-house at Crow Creek agency. Livingston reported that there were but three thousand pounds at the agency, and eight thousand pounds have been discovered, more than one-eighth of the whole amount issued annually to all the In dians. It is not knawn whether Livingston applied for additional supplies of tobacco this year, but he did apply for the usual amount of drugs when he had enough on hand to last fjftpen yearR. Weekly Appeal IS ONE OK THE LABGEST & BEST In the United States ! TEAS. D.F. Cavanagh & Co. DEALERS IN COFFEE! TEA! SPICES! UKISJBKTAftiKKS S. EL EOLiST. T. W. HGLtST. XS. HOWf SSUO, UNDERTAKERS, S0 23ain, op p. Feabody Hotel. ALWAY 3 on hand, a large assortment ot Metallic Case anJ CHekeU, and Wooden Cofliiia, cf 8ery description. ifSS? Ord.jis by Us'.evi-ftph promptly Oiled, aDf c 4-s ?inr,'(i f . n. I 343. FLAEXBTS J. J. 3ULUVAR. Flaherty & Sullivan, f-r var'-Sav."7 ir ",f UNDERTAKERS, SIV Second Street, near Monroe MXTALLIC AND WOODEN BUKIAL CAdS3 and Cahkbts. Kletfnnt Bobes.tieuU'SuiiaaKl CO'iin Trlmmlnjr). Orders by tc-letfrapli sent prompt C O. D. Special attention paid to embalmuu. $2 PER YEAR! 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It is absolutely certain in its remedial effects, and will always cure where cures are possible. For Sale bt all Dealers. A rinnk- ornenrly 3H0 pafffm, numerous onravtnic- : rf v jM'erets liit:h liit- mar. rit'l ami those contf-rni'la- .,ry ,t yg- rit'l ami those conte'm eiKo!Sr a w"nK mtirrinpe should kn W9 & w Era r: 1 How 1o cure disses. Hunrt VaWVian reds of Rvcipv. Sent securely Kr.Ieii for .H(tci.!siminr-yor postacp stamp.':). Addrei-s C. A. Rohan!. 61' 1 N. fifth Street. St. Louis. Mo. ELECTIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, OF TUB CITY OF XEW YORK, No. 1 Livingston Place and East Fifteenth street. 18th Term Opens Oct. it, HH. Chartered April 22, 1 8(15. Organized Dec. 1 9, 1 865. Whole number of Graduates, 35i. Whole number of Matriculants, 1207. FACl'LTY : ROBERT S. NEWTON, M.D.. Professor of Theory and Practice of JieUlcine, Clin ical Medicine and Surgery. HERMAN B03KOWITZ. M.D.. Professor cf Special Medicines. JAMES M. COMINS, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases cf Women and Children. SAMDEL E. MORTIMORE, M.D., Professor of Descriptive Surgical and Pathological Anatomy. JOSEPH RODEo BUCHANAN, M.D., Professor of Physology, Anthropoloay and Physio logical Institutes of Medicine. CHARLES 8. GAUNTT, Ph.D., M.D., Professor of Chemistry, Toxicology and Pharmacy. GEORGE W. W1NTERBURN. M.D., Professor of Materia Medlca and Therapeutics. ROBERT 3. NEWTON Jr.. M.D.. Professor of Surgery and Ophthalmology. W. P. STRICKLAND, D.D.. LL.D.. Prof, of Medical Literature and Forensic Medicine. GEORGE W. B03KOWITZ, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy. For catologue and Infoimatlon address ROBERT S. NEWTON. M.D., President, No. 1 Livingston Placd, New York. THK KEWT-THK CUEAPKST! Tbe American Soft Capsule Company" PCRB CAPSULATED MEDICINES In Metallic Boxes. Full directions. Castor OH, Codllver Oil 25c on Turpentine. Bais. japaina..i;r.c Oil of Cubebs with Copaiba F,(c Oil Male Fern with Kamala 75c Finest Oil of Sandalwood $1 tw ask for thk Aitkrican "STAB" Trauk Mark, and see you get 1L2S For sale by all Dmwtlsts lOUAVFCOOa IIKAITH THE L1VIB 11 I'rI' tt l fa I.' I11 IV ill)IVfI D1ARRHEA m uurirtt -'A CSNSTIrVai SiCKHUMCHS: aiyM?pnMPiiwT3 p i FOR DISEASES Or C BILIOUSNESS. iDYSPEPSIAjjs i BOWELS ci taas THE , a inupiwinif Ai or Pamphlets ail tlress Or. Savford, New Ve NO CURE-NO FEEil! IV.: 1 V. 4 .. . i iiTT-ilr ami hivnl li-t vr?, vtnliiul rnmrt V;ii4 IK-bllltv. an.l I.o-t Murhuoil, l.-nn.n.-niiy uit l. i a grail u.iU of lh )U-f. iiii . '..- 1. :tn.l -i-lo Mtn-ury: r.A. v-t-t LRu-tit-uift tli- I'liiti-l Slitt. I.ALMilS fqmnrj trv it t wit 'heme -.ml botfl, nil vri.. Kv.-rv .-niiirpi. :i.i fH ..ts. Vnd Fifiv ! fir HA.:I7IA1;K rilr:! a". V. URstrtl. MAiCIHKI l.Alftl'.S an.l kvuUmih-ii CVi.t for Sample of Kul.Vr iinl ami ir-ti of i mitani H 'iin, iiv fi-i n i. C'-du 1 toliou five sjtil couliileatlai. twltabl. TOBACCOS. SWEET BAVY Toteco Awarded hijhal prize t CerOranial xpition for . -l - . l'..- i ii.. nnd lattviu char- .i':r of mireteniug and JUmnH,,g. The tobacco ever made. An oar blue strip trade-mark is closelr irnitated on inferior poods, see that Jnn'a Bert i oc every plus. Sold br all dealers, bend lor sample, rw. to O. A. Jicusas k Co.. Mfrs.. tvtershqrg, Va. IJENDERY AXU IltIK TIX . THE TIMES IX- INTING! BOOKBINDING -AXI- BV- S. C. TOOF & CO. 15-17 Court St. 3? Having the most complete establishment of the kind in the Southwest, and the machinery being operated by steam, we are enabled to turn out work with great dispatch, and at PRICES AS LOW as any in the United States. We make no specialty in any of our departments, but give all our bet at tention. H lank Books receive the same careful attention as do those One Weddins and I'arty Invitation! that we are now' almost daily exe cuting; and Bill Heads and Letter Heads receive the same care that we devote to our fine En S raved Certificates of Mtoek, IHpIo niam, etc. We have first-class facilities fur all work we undertake either la Printing, Bookbind ing or Lithographing. Give ua a trial. A PR LITHO GRAPHINE FULR3ER, BURTON & CO. (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, McKAV C0.1 rocers, Goiton Factors And Commission Merchants. 371 ami 373 Main Hlreet. aSemliis. Tenia. km C TREA1 WELJU L. U. TKEADVfELL. .C10.TeEEMAC! (3UCK3dOK3 TO A, C Wholesale Grocers Ho. II UNION STREET. SlKHl'IIIM. TKS2S'.. OVKKK tail A5-E IU.OOO bundle Iron Tte SO tierces Hams. AU tlereeM Lard. BOO brls. KeSaed MojC&r, JUiM) barrels Malt. Togecner wun a run inia or tae hcom. CcnfcummentBof Gorton solicited, and llrer,U ikIv.iiicvs maoe on "-linn. Ali Cotton Srisur-!iliilliJ tim. a fJl tit ilxnt cciialer.ed tow -r. nn) OflGILL 8 HABDWAEK AND CUTLERY tiinuM and Fiwhing; Tackle, fSorjjiiuni, Cider, rit and Fan Mills, Flouring Hill, Wheat Threshers, ISoltins Cloth, Elevator Cups, Cotton in and Presses, Steam Machinery. FiMinjjsand IMpe, Fanght Deering Horse Knjjines, jnm and leather Belling:. 3IO-312 IProsat tS5"fcK0"fc- Dan'l PraEtGofctonGms P BICES AT MEMPHIS PLAIN SWINGLNG-KRONT GIN'S. S3 50 A SAW. Improved Itevolv ine Head tsiio, a saw. We are now manufacturing the Krlipse (Payne Wilson Patent) 4in and Hnllrm with Improvements. This GIN is the bet for hull or badly picked cotton; price, $4 5.1 a saw. We call especial attention to our Revolving Head Win. It will gin the seed clean, never break the roll, and may be fed by any boy. Oar iin all warranted. Condensers, Feeder and Presses on hand. Orders solicited. PllATT GIN COMPANY, Manufactors.Lsts '3 OottonFaotors 314 FRONT STREET 3IK5XPIIIS. TENN. I 3 3 f a Ell ll J. h. oANIMUroE: Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Gen'l Commission Merchants, No. IS Union street. - Memphis. Tenn. XAPOLEO. HILL. A. FOATAIAE. HILL. TUw S Amt ts bu. CottoflFaetoi's&WliDluSalG Grocers AUETS FOR 1 Nos. 3GO and 3 S2 Front 31. L. Meacham. A. W. Roberts. J. IS. Poston. E. E. Heacliam Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors AND SAXT AGENTS, No. 9 Union street, : : : Memphis. Tenn. Si. C. PEARCE. WHOLESALE KHOCEBS, , Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants So. 258 Front street. Memphi-t, Tens A COMPLETE GINHOUSE OUTFIT! TAYt.Oja,3rcGCIItE & CO., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, A'o. Front street 31emplii, Tennessee. Oilns, PresMeH, Feeders, Condensers, and Horse-Powers, embracing the celebrated W in Hhip in and Prewwew. and Hrook' Improved Pres a. sold and guaranteed by n. Bo F. Sl Oo 750 Brls. "Helson Bistlltoy" Fire-Copper ON SPRING OF 1873 - FIEE AND D. T. FORTEK. W. F. m Muwt PORTER, TAYLOR & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND No. 300 Front Street, Itetween Hadison and Monroe Memphis, TenneHee. 8. S. TREADWEL TfUCADWRLL A BBOS.), and Cotton Factors, RWK rolls Uacscc. ' barrels Flour? lOOO palls l.arJ. lOO ruk Uaroit, KM) nhd. Mug-r, lrrels HhUM hk kern KailH. looo been Coflee, ftiH vkgn.Kvr YfarUrrel. MMJJI ukjea. Tobn-on. otfcwrc-lsw irstn-.rt.-. JEROME II ILL HE CELEBRATED OOTTON-GIN, street. Mempliis, Tenn. & GO.. WHi - 74 - - 75 - - 76 - - 77 r Mall Wlisiei IN BOND TAVLOll. G. W. MACRAE. BOTHERS Si, CO Hi Pa! fMCO SKEY KIHCATIOAAIi. Free Stliolarsliliw in Kentucky Mililarr luMitute. "I T'IFTEKN for Kentucky and So-itli.ni iHts. 'or J ' tnlormatiun ad.irvs pr- 1,1 tly. THK SLP'T. Karm.lHle. Kf. Xuka Female Institute II KA. SIIMISKII'PI. J"EXT sessli n opens Vlr.-t Moml.iy In Sei.tenilvr, XX and ooiilinues forty wvki. Clieai'!ie.. om furt and thorough instruction coinbiiml. F.xwrt encl Uvirhrrs eri(?ttl for every depart mcnt. Terms Tuition, from 'J to .") rr nionlh; Siliii-lc, S" (xt month; Bfiard frm S10 to SI 5 i-r munth, For catalogue and Innber Intormailun. apiIy U N. A. Hi iL'RNUY. A.M.. 1'rinrlpal. Presbyterial Male Hijrh School. IniBST-CLASS SCH'XL YOH B(YS-Orn Klt Monday In tepteruber. I!, and iiiitlrmed forty weeks; course full and tho'oiuh In all branches; Includes Double entry Bi-ok-kefi.iiiB.Mllilary Tactics, Military Ilsclpllr". stii.tniiU tttvir uniform. Tui tion from $2 to $o per nior'Ui. Bar.l fnm SHI to $12 M per month, snd tor catalogue containing full particulars. J. C. IJKTTl'-5. M.A. r. Va.) I K. A. KLOURNOV. A.M.. I mnclpala. PRESBYTERIAN GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL, FOR YOUXG LADIES. Miss JEXXY 31. MMillKK . rrinrlpnl. l" The exercises of this school will commence Monday, Septembt-r 0, 17S. Catalogues, will full Information as to terms of tui tion, etc. can be had by addressing postal ord. or upon application to J. L. WELLKORD, Treasurer, 2rt Front street. Memphis. ST.AGNES ACADEMY The new building of St. Agnes Academy b--Ing In course of erection, the Sisters are hippy t) announce to their pations and tbe public that the j hope to be able to reopen school there during tbe second or third week of September. I'ntll then, pupils from a distance can be accommodated at LaMalette Academy, where the school will, as usual, commence on the I-'irtit Monday of Hep. t ember. St. Agnes Academy will be fnt'rely re modeled, and provided with all the conveniences of modern buildings. CliltlMTIAX BROTHKKV ( UI.I.l.I. K, QQO ADAMS ST.. MEMPHIS. TENS. This In Zuj stltutlon afTords arn;.le means fnr a Hor ough Classical. Scientific and Coinmert-ial E.iucatlin. Terms. Pavabi.b ktkkly. is apvanck. Board and tuition, tr quarter, 2i months .. gr7 SO Washing and mending. ' ... 5 tK) Day Students. Higher classes, per quarter ot 21,2 months. ..1 00 Intermediate classes. " ' ... : (M Preparatory classes, " " ... J 0 )0 Primary class. " " ... S 00 Music and Linear Drawing form extra charts. Studies will be resumed on Monday, beptewber 2, 1878. For further narticulirs applv to BROTHER MAfRKLIAN. Presl.lont. AUGUSTA FEMALE SEMINARY, KTAIXTOX, VA. THK largest first-class Institution f.ir Young La dles In Virvrtnia, with an able corps of twenty five teachers. Oiens the first Wednesday In Seiitt-m-ber. 18VX, and c!oss the fiit Wednesday In .lime, 1K7W. For catalogues, containing full partl uilars, address MISS MARY J. BALDWIN', Principal, Staunton. Virginia. KEX1UCKY Military 'Institute ESTABLISHED IN 1 X4 . Six milosout of Frank fort, Ky. Most beautiful and beitniul la tlou, and suiierlor methods of liovernment and In struction. Cl'cilars of lnfoneatlon sent by Major K. H. WILDIiEUGER Commandant), Karmuale P. P., Kentucky. B atarij Tayloh says: " I take gTeat pleasure In recommending to parents tbe Academy of Mr. 3. C. Shortlidge." Hon. Fernando 'Wood, a patron of the AraJemy, says: " I cheerfully consent to the use of my name as reference." Qr7A PER QUARTER of 10 WEEKS, S2X0 FOR u) I J 40 wwks, ?3tU for 52 weeks; lull charge for nicely furnished rooms, boarding, washing, gas, etc., etc.. tuition, use of sclnxl l-onks and all ne-es-sary school expenses, at SHORT LI IniE'S, (Meiila Penna.), ACADEMY, for youns; Men and Boys NO EXTRA CdARiE3. Ten teachers, all College r.r;ul ua'es; One Harvard; Hour Yale, f'peclal atten'l in to both advanced and backward pupils. Bath IniLvid ual and class Instruction. IteconiinendeO by ,ov emor Routt, Judiie Vao I'oesen. Prore?sor Biauvelt, U. S. Naval Academy; Richard J. HInton, Uev. i)rs. Hill and Peahodr. Harvard, etc. etc. Address SWITHIN C. SHORTLIDiE ( Ilaivrd A.M.). Mella. Penna. Media is 12 miles from Philadelphia; has seven churches and a Temperance Cnarter. MOUNTAIN SPRING HIGH .SCHOOL. Morgan coutitv. Norh Alab-ma. J. B. M.-CHllaml, Principal. The next session of tlis. a Limited School tor Boys, opens SepL 20. l -7.-!. Prepares for College or Busluess. Within half a mile of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, the location Is convenient and eminently healthful. Tenm mod erate. Teachers faitbfid and comretei.t. Alumni of the Univ. of Ta. For catalogue adlress the cro prletor. JOHN A. LILE. Trinity. Ala. Mrs. Sylvanus ISeed's BOARDING AND DAY SCHO L FOd ii!:L Nos. 6 and 8 East n:kl St., New Y'ork. .";. . October 1, 187S. French is the language of tl-.e school. The collegiate course reiuires tour rears. Every provision Is afforded for the health and com fort, as well as the thorough education of pupils. BELLEVUE II I ii II SCHOOL, BEDFORD COUM Y, VIRGINIA. FOB young men and boys. Session begins Sep tember loth. For catalogues containing in formation, address WILLIAM R. ABBOT. Principal, Bellevue, I". O. Refer to Gen. J. R. Williams. . EDUCATE Your UAHi liT' U? NASHVILLE. TENN. TkR. WAK1KM KE1IIXAKV-A fit.t-clas, non-secto.rlan and established school. Tbe largest In the south and four! h in the U. s. ; 42 grad uates this June; 18 teachers; H musl: teachers; 2."i J ilanos, organ, harp and guitar; French spoken; oa Isthenlc drill dally in new ha;l: health first care: weeklv lectures bv Vauderbiit Professors. A beauti ful city, line cburche and UEMAL CLIMATE. Grand four-story buildings. Moderate chutes. Oieus Its 14th year Septeuib.T 2d. For catalogue addiss D3. W. g. Ward. Virginia Female Institute, STAUNTON. VIRGINIA. Kkv. R. H. Phillips, Rector, assisted by a full corps of experienced officers. The J4tri annual session will commence Sept. 11. I87S Bnildliigs spicious, with gas and hot and cold water. Heated by seam. Extensive grounds. Patronrure from l'. rtates. School first-class. Terms reduced. Seven churches within three minutes walk. For catalogue address the Rector. THE AHCHEK IXNTITt'TK. MR3. ARCHER, late Principal or "Patapsco Fe male Institute." near Baltimore, has removed her school to Washington City. School duties re sumed September 2rth. For circulars, nd lress iiU3. M. R. ARCHER, eod 1401 Massachusetts ave.. Washington. D. C. Ceceiian College, HARDIN COUNTY, KY. REDUCED TERMS Board, etc, per 20 weeks, only JM Send for catalogue. rTSIVERSITY OF VI Hti I X I A. Session begins on the First of octoukk. and crnttraies nine months. The institution Is organized on the elective system, giving the student Iiea choice of studies, with full courses In the Schools of tho Aca demic Department and In the Schools of Law, Med icine. Engitieerir g and Agriculture. For eatalogun apply to the Secretary of t:'e Faculty, 1. O. I 'ul ver sify of Virginia. JAMES F. HARRISON, M.D., Chairman of the Kaeul'y. KOT1CE3. M. I. Ta. STEWAST, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, Office e. 177 Main Strtsct, Ifleniphis. WILL practino in the Courts or La and Ctai eery In west Tennessee and North ii!.!s:s B'.ppl, Kiid give special attrition to coilt'.nionc, con yeTonelng.'tc Stock Forfeited--fasonic Temple "VTOTICE Is hereby given to all the stockholders L of the Masonic Temple of Memphis who are In arrears for stock subscrioed. and who have not given notes not yet matured, or that will not mature previous to Octiber 1 , lf7. or where suit Is not yet pending, that unless the same Is paid before October I, 1K7H, the full amount of their stock subscribed will be de clared forletMsi to the Association. By order of the Directors. DAVID P. HADDEN. President. A. J. Whkklkr. Secretary. DR. M. J. ROSSEL, 36 East Court street, Memphis. OFFERS his services in the practice of Medicine, Obstetrics, and diseases of Women and Children. Me KMPECIA1.L ottVl-rt bli MTVireK to married wom?n -vthotte- health ! been impaired by too frequent child bearlng. WHEAT! riHE PLANTERS 5IILL9. SHORT THIRD ST.. X b.tck of the Central Baptist Church, are now ready for business, and will pay highest Mdi price tor wheat, aud will giiud or exchange for farmers. THOMAS BIRD.