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THE MEMPHIS r.XJ,Y .AJPiPIEJL.- SATURDAY. JTTNZR 14. 1879.
Al'OTIO ALKH. I'D.slIlVE AM) 1'EKEMPTOhY CASH 8ALK OF DESIRABLE n7nlioii Micet lZi sidenre. We will sell at auction, on Mntarrtay Mctntus Mext.nt I 1 n rliirk, at noutliwesr comer ol Mad ison and Main street-, a deMnfe 'J story residence on Madison street, b-lr g No. 2-t.i. It I no tinier rental ot $:iOOloa No. 1 tenant, wVo his occupied the same for three or lo ir yea: j, and don't tlu 10 cliwitre. Madison. th Iir.jt strict t be p.tved, dll greatl? enliir,e this property to ILe luluro owner. Lot 27 by 14St? '-!'' ho al e). WILLIAM HU.NTftt Atfy In Tact. Koyster. Waldran A Bacon. Auctioneers. MEW fXUMTUKE AT Al'CTIO.V ?upeb Parlor Sots and Carpets, Sideboards, Hat Rack and Two Fet of Bedroom Furniture; also one Due CHICKESLXG HA NO, At HZi H-i-nd Mtrect, the l ite reM' hci r Dr. K. H. MABTIN. Alio two fellOWCAShH and all the Shelving and ottsr Fixtures at the STOHE 310 MAIN STRBET. The property cau be s-sen on application to me, at 8tf Madison strett, Pi inters Building, It not ds posed ot at pmte sal by the I nth Inst., It will be gold, on said premises, cn tb 17th Inst., at auction. T ,T. f, A THAW. Trustee. M6S. MARTIN t LVNT. of Nesblt Station. Miss., Is -er ar.xlu for the return of her son, Hicurd M. iyut ui left home over a year ago, and bus not since teen iieard from. During bis ab sence his lather uied, and he Is needed at home Im mediately. ani It Is l his li.terest to return. PB"ff. M B. REYNOLD'S QUADRILLE BAND. F"irt class inu-le furnished lor balls, private parties and picnic. Orders lecelved at IS70 Second street, southeast c.trne r of (iayo-o. LRIEiiKL, Dyer and Scourer. (12 Jdlerson f treet . Ladies' and (rents' clothn.g djod, cleaned and repaired In best style. D R. C. BASKEKVILLK, PHYSICIAN ASiU SURUICU'V. Offlr. 2' Main. Residence. 4H Shelby. rpBK MKWPHU FOUNDRY AND MACHINE J SFIOP-Including large ai d valuable grounds, buildings and na;liiue:y The tools r- good and In good order, embracing in tub Foundry two Cu paloes, one 10 -ton Crane, and one Rotary blower. Clean dm and Blacking Mill etc. In tbr Machine Shop Two Iron Planers, two "Engine Lathes. to Drill Presses, two Bolt Cutters, one Iron i unehln Machine, Hailing Machine, etc. Is thk Pattern Shop One Fay 4 Co. Scroll Saw, two Wood Lathes, one Splitting Saw and T able. Thr Motivb Powkh Is on 20-hoise Engine, Willi four llud Boiler, Pumps, Tank, Shafting. Hangers and Pullles complete For price and terms, address us at Memphis. Tenn .1. K. VKANK CO. TAKK.A IP. "TOWS AND CALF Oil 16lh inst., four rows and J one heller ca.f; a'so one oowon the 20ib. Ap ply at second toll-sa-e. Poplar street. fXfW AND CALF-lied-and-hlte spotted, wun 1 bell on, which the owner can have by proving Eroperty and paying cbaiges. Inquire at lri8 Ala aina street. NTlt4YKI OIC KTIUiKS. yo w r luiii me vicinity o tit icii church, in vlie Vy sea, on Tuesday. June 10th (supposed to have been driven off by a colored man about noon), one large red caw, with f me wulto spots on body anil wlil'e spot In forehead; brti'li ot tall pone; walk! tender behind fimu soro feet. A sol able reward will be paid for Information leading to her recovery. Address J. SCHILLING. Stockyard. Chelsea. JLH Sunday night, near Kerrvllle. Tenn., a vY-L. sorrel mare mule, about lt bauds hlgh.fi jeais old; letter C branded on left Jowl. Llbeial reward P.Mu lor above inue by g. (i. Xrlwn, Kerrville, Tenn. C1ALF On May 4th, onered-and-whlte heifer calf; J one year old; had on leather muzz e. Liberal reward wlil be paid tor her teturn to HH MAIN sTRKKT. BEDKxM- with furniture tor sate, corner ila'ti and Madison, over Louisville ticket otlice. Oi.e of the msi pleasant looms in the citr, with all cou veultnces. Apply to W. A. WHEiTLEY. A FUnNlaHED BOAllDINC itOUK Central; J located. Address a. B Appeal oilice. OOliS- Fjinisued or unfurnished; suitable also for lainlnes to housekeep. 101 J Fb ERSON. TCBNISHED Kt.'OMS With or without board 2 N o. Wrt Till nlt.eet. ; N TKWLV FL'BMaHFD KOOy Cheap to gen tlemen. iw I it-k hOMse. H V-iloerry street. TT'NGINE AND BOILER -One 20-horse power en glue and holler, nearly new. J. V. PaTRI-K, at Meinpbt3 tJ!ns. J" " OT3 Privately, for i0 days", twodeslrable bulld .J Inglois. HO by 1 ir feet, on Linden H'M, be tween Lauderdale sort Orleans. J. or t-rlce and terms Injulrejof J. D. yulgleT. at E. SfApper-on & J."o 's. "niNtiirsii AND i:!lLEi:-V-e ere amhc.'ir-.fd "co offer at a good big;iln ore ito-forse pui eu glne and boiler ccmpltte, t'a'h or c.ty ai.cepiance, with six per cent tdced. Cu; li" sf "n nt our Ir.uu dry; RAMBLE AJLIVEHMCRK. A MCE outiage Bei r.-Ufb Spriiics Cheap. For Ipformallon.aiipiy lo i'. s. 1; L. C. Bosllik, Franklin. Tci.o.. ' S. ;. iVikina. Memphis, ienu. 1LLI AHiJ TA 15 Lis -1 o cTi,7ehiisiiie.8S. three Billiard Tables-te:'t lipuufiictuxa at No. 41 Jefferion street. GBOCShY A rarech- i-ce mra m:ui wHU small CJU-ital to st.irt In a first-cl:is: jroryand loca tion. SailMaetoiy caiue given for selling. Apply at "t 4 Jefferson rtr?et. .1. STF.Wa.BT & CO. BKICK thin-d ehep l riveror rdiroai. Leave orders uX Johii A. I.'on'c's. H.VJ Front street. L;ire coic.loiis will be rrii.e rm orders for good Bii;m"ntrlek, amiabie fur chimneys or settlns holl rs. i-te O. H. P. PIPKH. G OJD U lARDand LoiVlr.,7 lsgiven for$3 Toper we-K. m U)i je.ieisoi sireeL BAILEY SPRINGS -Those dialling summer board at reasonable r.des in a healthy location, con venient to in elty. with p.b'indanceof amusements, and every f.iclll'y ir ronniunlcatlnn and travel, and absolute exenaf"n from epidemic Olseases, should correspond Kith T1 1.T.1S A l'(V. Bailey Springs. Ala iOO.viS -Two nice furnished rooms, with or ita V out board, at 1S7 Washington street. TVtolRABLKKvlOLI With boara. at J 73 COURT STREET. ( KNTLKMAN ND WiFK-Or two gentlemen X can ret a beautiful, unfinished room and good boaiil Willi a private farjlly. in a pleasant locality, convenient, t4) street crs, at 1S t-er month. Addr-ss V. P. H,, Atneal offloe. B0AKlit.R5 A few gentlemen day-boaiders ai Wrt Union tre t. Terms moderate. KOOMS Desirable roorcs end good board nt Hi JKFFEHSON STRr.KT. tXJMd-Suitol front roon s. with board. at ill oonrt sti-eer. un hoanters wanleiu Ti'MRHT-CLAad rooms, wltn or wltlnri,i toard. ONE SALKSMAN tor ei-.cli Slate. Salar; 7.r, io SflOO permo:ith and expenses; rele e os QU'red. LA BKI LE M'FH CO. Cnloago. aORSE-A good saddle horse, gentle, well ya'led, medium size, and not over e'ght yeais 0-!; if broken l hamesj, so much the better; no taacy price will he paid. Adiiress L. M A ppeal ofll.e. INFORMATION Of a family bV the name of JOHNdTONE, both or whom, nusbind R'ld w.fe. died d'irtiig the fever of la:-t year, leaving a chi d. iulie yeui g, to tne e ire of the while nurse. Mrs. Le-titlat-milh. 1 he inaidt-n i.ame ot Mrs. Johnstone was Jane Taylor. Anyonuv.ho has knrwledge uf the lain'.ly mentioned cr of iho ni.rse, airs. Ltlitla Hmllli, will conh-r a Iiivor I? a 'dressing the under signed. Mis. Ho. I'h. It Is t Inn i.;Vf, came heie as a nurse from Nashville Slmuld tuls notice lie seen by her, she will p se mtifyme. Iiesiifctfuiiy, P. R;TaY, Chief of Police. Memphis. Tenn. PARAadLS To re-cover, re-Mne or repair, at the Newo:k Paiaiol t'hop. iw .Vl iln street, near WashlngtoiK Pmctical inns ol in tl.ers. fpudrTiNli STALI.loNd 'FCK SEASON of 1H7W. L Bht.ic ua!vs." by Rysdjck 8 Uamlltonlan dam by Long Island Block Uawk. 'Col. JuKFKnson," by Dr. Herr's Mambrsno Patcheo; dam, Lauy Jefterson. We also have a very large Maltese Jnck. We are prepared to graze toc. HUGH It. AND .lOIlN K URf KR. Hlx miles souiheatit of city. ChasHerzog&Bro Are now prepared to sell BLANK BOOKS SCH30L BOOKS And all kinds of S T ATI OK 2231 Y, ETC.. KTC, Special Discounts ON Wrapping Paper AMI lkIKU Frchn now till tlnj Drives and J'.bs b!c?l will Uu Ji.u good. CHA3. iiEnzor, li DUO., GHAT JOBS IN AMU KM KN TS. BIKD riCMICI to be given by the FRENCH GLEK CLUB, AT E3TIVAL PARK, !IIONIl.V Jl.K 16, 1H79. TICKETS, 50 CENTS. LADIES FBEB. One-half of tbe net proceeds to be donated to the Auxiliary Sanitary Committee. ARNOLD'S BAND will furnish mnstcforthe occasion CARD, SPECIAL NOTICE to THE PUBLIC OT Having vacated tbe store adjoining our present premises, we wish the public to know that we now OCCUP V the CORNER BUILDING ONLY where we are making extensive and useful improve ments to facilitate the growing business of our house. MENKEN BROTHERS 2S TJaln. corner Conrt. KIRKLAND'S SIX FOR $91 OLlVER,FINNIE&Co WHOXiEgAIi'E. Sugar, Coffee, Hams, Lard, Crackers, Canned Goods, Cheese, Tobacco, Cigars, Etc., Etc., Etc., 284-286 MAIN ST. MEMPHIS. Cash Advertising. . Advertising bills for lean than FIVE IOLL,AItH rati nt be paid when tbe work fa ordered, except for pencil with whom wo have regular accounts. To Absentee?. The OAIL.V APPEAL will be seat by mall at OXE HOLIiAR per month, postage Included. Orders for the paper should be definite as to time, and CONTAIN THE IttOXEV. as we pay no attention to "Till rorbld" orders. LOCAL P Alt AG RAPHS. South Memphis (Masonic) lodge met last evening. " The board of equalizition was in Eession at the courthouse yesterday. Remember the French glee club picnic, at E-stival park, on Monday next. The archery business continues to flour ish among the young lolk in the suburbs. Seventy-two degrees was the point reached by the mercury yesterday afternoon. The hot weather is troubling many peo n!c. Don't think about it, and you will not feel it. The concert acd hop of the. Memphis Light Guards at Etival park last night was largely attended. "Street-howlers" is the name given to I bacchanalian vocalists who roam around at midnight and after, and fill the air with un musical sounds. Theexercises at the Shelby county teach ers' institute will close at LeMoyne normal school this evening. The interesting exer cises of yesterday will bo found elsewhere. Those who raised and sold potatoes this year made money. An sere potato patch brought in more money to the planter than a three-acre coitu-i patch would have dsne. Yesterday Judge Riy, of the criminal court, appointed G. P. M. Turner, John T. Moss and R. B. Miller, a committee to draft suitable resolutions with regard to the dtath of Judge P. T. Scruggs. The evidence in the charges of adultery was fully sustained by the proof adduced be fore the chancery court yesterday in the case of Moses Strong r.. Catherine Strong, and divo;ce granted. The parties are colored. Chancellor M'Dowell yesterday over ruled the demurrer m tho case of Monahan vs. Jamison, holding that the bill is rather itart'licialty drawn, but considered it suffi cient to maintain the attachment. Yeslerday morning, in the case of tbe laxing-District vs. lhomas Coliee, carrying concealed weapons and resisting an officer, President Porter hnea the defendant fifty dol lars, from which judgment an appeal wits taken. Many of those who object to the work of the auxiliary sanitary association have not subscribed a cent to tho sanitary fund. It would bo better to subscribe and then object, for then the objection would arise from disin terested motives. Next Tuesday is the day fixed for the drawing of the Louisiana State lottery, when a tew hundred thousand dollars will be drawn. People who wish to place money in lottery ticket) have as good chance in this as iu aEy lottery in existence. It mnke8 a citizen rather angry, when his premises are in a bad sanitary condition, to havo tbem exami.ied and reported by tho (.doers, and, on tho contrary, the man whose premises are all right iB pleased at bpiug so reported. This is human nature in chur ks. It bus been suggested that the German Viesut.ciicr should bj invited tj participate in I'ne cu'tomhouse corner-stone-layirg cele b ration on tue twenty-fourth instant. Their tine chorals rre worth hearing, and wou'd udd to tn - orilliancy of the occasion. Though ppoken of frequently, no definite action has been taken by the Memphis bar concerning tho decease of a large number of their brethren during the epidemic of 1878. In the words'of "Rip Van Wmkle:" "The dead, how oon they are forgotten." The officers of the Mississippi and Ten uesseo railroad seem determined to bring in nn immense crowd of peopie on the Fourth of July. Applications for beats to witness tbe great fireworks display are daily becoming wore numerous. Such an assemblage was never seen in Memphis. The publisher, James A. M'Clure, ot Nashville, has placed two new music produc tions on our table Say Yu wont Fortft Me, Darling, song and chorus, and Vander hilt L'nirtrfitiy Grand March the latter by Harry L. 15. Sheetz, and dedicated to the faculty and students of that institution, at Nashville. Mauy people are making arrangements to send their families northward by the first of July. A lew have already gone. The great majority of people, however, will re main here during tbe summer, provided the city remains as healthy as it is at present. People aru tired of running away, and this season wi.l fight it out on this line if it takes all summer. Yesterday Chancellor M'Dowell, upon motion of Judge W. M. Smith, appointed Ex-Chancellors R. J. Morgan and W. M. Smith and Messrs. B. M. Estes, W. M. Randolph, J. M. Gregory and L.W. Finlay a committee to draft suitable and proper reso lutions of respect to the memory of the late Chancellor Charles Eortrecht, and report to the court Thursday next. The concert and hop of the Memphis Light Guards, at Estival park last night, was attended by the elite of the city. The con cert was everything to be commended, the singers excelling themselves and receiving well-deserved applause from the audience. The entertainment closed with a hop, in which the young people indulged. The Light Guards can congratulate themselves on the success of their elegant entertainment. A special to the Nashville American from Union City, dated the twelfth instant, says: "A most distressing accident occurred a few miles from this city yesterday afternoon, resulting in the death of Mr. H. J. Wade, one of the most reliable citizens and enter prising farmers of this county. Mr. Wade was driving his reaper in his wheat field and while passing near an old tree the tree fell, striking Mr. Wade's body and crushing him literally to pieces, causing instant death'." The Clarksville (Ark.) Herald of the twelfth, says: "Evil disposed and unprincipled men are spreading reports of yellow-fever in New Orleans, Vicksburg and Memphis, for the purpose of deterring country merchants and others from trading at those points, with the hope of inducing them to trade in more northern cities. There iB no shadow of truth in these reports, and the niau who willfully starts such stories should be scorned by all honest men. In th name of God, have not New Orleans, Memphis, Vickdbarg and other southern cities suffered sufficiently to satisfy these lying vampires?" Quite a number of the patrons of the Christian Brothers college attended the ex amination of the preparatory classes. The boys were closely questioned in arithmetic, geography, grammar, history, reading and catechism, and their replies were such as evi dently satisfied their teachers and gratified their parents. The declamations by Ed Boyle, R. Richmond, F. Venn, W. Ennis, H. Loeb, A. Yaccaro, A. Baum and H. Black were de cidedly well rendered and received due ap plause. The music by the orchestra and col lege band was even better than on previous occasions. The selections by the violins, flutes and piccolos were well received, as were also the instrumental pieces on the piano. One of the attractive features at the college is a collection of drawings pencil, crayon and pastel which is a credit to the students and is much admired by the visitors. At the criminal court yesterday, the fol lowiccr business was transacted: Quarels Crawford, assault with intent to commit mur der; defendant pleaded guilty to assault and battery, fined twenty-five dollars and three months imprisonment; imprisonment sus pended during good behavior. Chas. Harris, alia Al BrowD, housebreaking and larceny; jury and verdict guilty, and sentenced to three yars imprisonment in the penitentiary. Joe, alias Bill Jones, lawny, jury and ver dict of guilty, and sentenced to three year's imprisonment in the penitentiary. Thomas Grady, alias Greeley, larceny, jury and ver dict cf 'guilty, and sentenced to one years imprisonment in the penitentiary. Henry Harris, malicious cutting, nol pros, entered owicg to the fact that the man whom he cut died of his wounds and Harris stands in dicted for murdar. About nine o'clock yesterday morning a fire broke out in an old two-story frame building on Hernando street, just north of the Beale street market. The displacement of a brick in the chimney was the cause of the trouble. The engines were quickly on the spot and extinguished the flames before they had made much progress. The damage w is mainly to the roof and the furniture in the lower part of the house. The latter was not insured, and It belonged to a lamp-lighter named Marticelli. The building belongs to a number of orphan children, for whom Captain J. B. Signiago is guardian. The loss is fully covered by a policy of five bun-, dred dollars in Caning ton Mason's agency, the Home company, of New York. While engaged in, the work of putting out the fire, Captain Cleary, of engine No. 3, was rather severely scorched on the neck by a falling cindtr. It is Renounced that LippiruoU's Maga zine for July will present some extraordinary attractions both in its reading matter and its illustrations. Among the articles there will be a defense of Franklin against his preju diced English critics, by Thomas Hughes, aulhor of Tom Broicn s School Days; a biography of Joe Jefferson, from material furnished by himself, with portraits of him as seat d in his studio, and in each act of Lip Van Winkle, andgviews of his country seat in New Jersey; an exquisitely illustrated description of a charming New England vil lage Stratford-on-the-Sound; and the open ing paper of a series by Dr. Felix L. Oswald, giving sketches with pen and pencil of travel and adventure around the wonderful and un familiar scenery of the backwoods of Mexico and Central America. Tbe whole number will be specially adapted to furnish entertain ment alike to the summer tourist and the family circle at home. On Wednesday last the log calaboose, at Columbus, Kentucky, was found to be on fire. A negro horse-thief was confined there in, and before he could be reached he was burned to death. He was thought to have set the prison on fire with a view to escape. When citizens arrived he was almost sur rounded by a sheet of flame. An attempt was made to get him out by cutting through a log, but it was too late. An old ax was handed to him and he worked valiantly, knocking at the bars with all the force that be could summon from his two stout arms, but while the iron bent it would not break. Citizens battered the lock, but all to no pur pose. When the city marshal arrived with the key he could not open it. Meantime the fire had approached nearer and became bolter and hotter, while the blows by the negro on the bars were noticeably weaker, until at length he was seen to fall back upon the floor, ex c!ainiiD2, "Oh, my God," When-the fury of the fire had spent itseif his body was re covered. It was found to have been badly burned from the waist up, while from the waist down to his feet had not been burned at all. A writer in the New York Uerald makes a point to the effect that tbe designation of "cyclone" is not correctly applied to the re cent Kansas tjrnado. A cyclone proper is a revolving storm, in which the wind blows round a point called a storm-center. No such storm has occurred anywhere in the United States since the signal service has kept its records for ten years past. The Kansas storm was a tornado small eddies and local whirls being so calledr The Herald's writer Launce Payntz adds: "The North Ameri can tornado is a peculiar institution of our country, owicg to its peculiar climate and topography. A tornado is nothing more nor less than the meeting and opposition of two strong currents of air, a hot and cold one, very nearly in equilibrium, which equilibrium is suddenly disturbed by a deep ravine or steep bluff', happening to coincide with the general direction of the line of meeting. The theory is very simple. Let two strong currents be opposed to each other and three results must follow it they are nearly equal first, a clm; second, a heat, produced by the friction of one current on the other; third, electricity, pro ducing thunder and lightning. These three conditions r.re found in the account of every tornado on record, and in none more than this last product ot Kansas." FERSUJSALS. Mrs. M. L. Asher, ot Florence, Alabama, arrived in the city yesterday, and is stopping at Miss Moon's, 431 Shelby street. To-McniROW afternoon the usual Sunday concert will be given at Estival park. Ar nold's and Handwerker's band will furnish the music. The grounds will be open to tho public during tbe day. The concert will com mence at three o'clock in the afternoon and conclude at nine o'clock. Estival park is a charming place tD visit, its shady groves and cool retreats being most attractive. The em ployes in the pavilion will be found attentive to all guests. LAW REPORTS. IVImlaal Court J. K. R. Ray, Judge. Calendar for to-day: 128, Rock Summers; 13t, Dn Sullivan. Witnesses must be in attendance, or forfeitures will be taken and uitaohmenta issued. C ircuit Cnrt Hon. J.O. Pierce, Jadge. This court will be open to-day to dispose of any motions m wnich counsel on both side are present and desire to argue. The cases set on the supreme court calendar will be on the calendar for Monday. Thkiik is no better remedy than Reed's gilt edge tonic for dyspepsia and indigestion. EDUCATIONAL. Sleeting ef the Teachers Institute of Hhelhy County at LeMoyne Knmal School Addresses by Teach ers upon Interesting Sub jects The Institute Closes This Even ing. The Shelby county teachers' institute met in third annual set sion, at the LeMoyne nor mal school, at ten o'clock yesterday morn ing. In the absenee of regular officers, Mr. Carter Harrison was called to thechnr and Miss L. A. Parmelee elected secretary, Mrs. Julia Werles presiding at the piano. The exercises commenced with an address by Coloael George B. Fleece, upon the place and work of teachers' institutes in our educational system. We regret our ina bility to give the address entire. It was an able exposition of the work of such gather ings, and the manner in which they should be conducted. A spirit of forbearance, cour tesy and cheerfulness, and absence of criti cism, was enjoined. Mrs. Julia Werles presented a paper full of happy thoughts upon the social intercourse between teachers and scholars, arguing that interest in children's plans and plays gave a teacher greater power, although it must be shown with discretion. Miss Emma King led in the discussion that followed, urging kindiy interest in pupils, but shown in a manner that shall not allow the pupil to forget the relative positions of the two parties. P. of. Latr, "W. J. L3w Allen and Horace Mitchell racily related their experi ences in country schools. Prof. A. J. Steele thought students obould be taught to obey tbe rule of right rather than from a desire to please a teacher. M. H. Barker, L. H. Parmelee and F. T. Dunlap offered thoughts of interest. Miss Lulu Bradshaw read a brief eaper concerning methods of teaching the first piin ciples of arithmetic. The institution then adjourned until half past two o'clock. AFTKRNfjoN SESSION. At the afternoon session Carter Harris, in disenssmg the question, "To what extent ought private schools be encouraged," ob jected to them on the grounds, First That teachers of these schools gen erally were of inferior ability. Second That the colored people are too poor to patronize tbem. Third Such schools are sectarian, and for this reason should be discouraged. Per cen tra, if the teacher is capable the scholars will advance faster, because more nttention can be given them and the moral influence is stronger than in public schools. Prof. A. J. Steele thought that public schools were superior in management and scholarship to private schools under irre sponsible control. The only excuse for private schools is in cases where young pso ple desire preparation for college. Prof. B. K. Sampson advocated tbe greater excellence of public schools, because of the more perfect grading. T. F. Cassella began the chscussioa of tbe next topic by arguing tfcat a thoroughlycom petent teacher would never resort to corporal punishment. Much wit and ha nor charac terized the animated remarks that followed. Prof. Sampson believed that Solomon's rule (or rod) was still in force. Mr. Harris doubt ed whether there had ever been a thoroughly competent teacher, judced by tbe first speak er's test. Mi.-s Anna Wright wished to know how much time was required to attain to per fection. Prof. Lott regretted that Mr. Cas sells Lai not taught one year longer, that the problem might have been solved. Mrs. Broughton advocated the use of oljeet lessons in the study of geography, and the same thought was elaborated in the remarks ot half a dozen teachers who participated in the subsequent discussion. Upon niotijn of T. F. Cassells, a commit tee was appointed to draft resolutions of re spect for the memory of the members of the institute who have died within the year. Prof. J. L&tt, Miss Anna Wright and Mr. G. L. Cooper were appointed such committee. The me ting then adjourned until nine o'clock to-day (Saturday). . SPORTING NEWS. A SlOOO Wrestllne Match. Utica, N. Y., June 13. The wrestling match between Miller and M'LaoghSm. for one thousand dollars, was won by Miiier. Bae-Ball scores. Springfield, Mass., June 13. Spring fields, 6; Hop Bitters, 4. Providence, R. T., June 13. Providence, 19; Ciucinnatis, 6. On the Ascot Course. London, June 13. At the Ascot to-day the Hardwicke stakes was won by Chippen dale; Silver second, Lmcastenan third. There were tea starters; distance one mile and a half. The Alexandria plate, distance about three miles, was won by Insuiaire; Castler second, Thurio third. Five horses ran. At Jackson, Michigan. Detroit, June 13. The attendance on the last day of the Jackson races was large, the weather fine, and thu track in epleudid condition. The 2:30 race of yesterday, unfinished, for a purse of $400 to first horse, $ 200 to fecond, 120 to third, and $80 to fourth, was de cided as follows:. Brigadier, 2 111; Big Soap, 13 2 1; Chance, 3 2 8 7; Katie Mid tleton, 7 4 3 3. l ime not given. The 2:20 race, purse the same as the 2:30 race, was won by Bonesetter in three straight heats. The following is the summary: Bone setter, 111; Woolford, 2 6 2; Masonaroie, 3 2 6; Lucille, 5 4 3. Time 2:25, 2:2GM, 2:25. The last race was a pacing race for a purse the same aa the previous race, and was won by Sleeoy Tom. Summary: Sleepy Tom, 111; Rowdy Boy, 2 2 2; Lucy. 3 4 3; Mattie Hunter, 7 3 4. Time 2:21 2:20, 2:21. The Ilanlon-EMlott Kowius Slatch. Newcastle, June 13. At the meeting this evening the final deposit was made on behalf of Hanion and Elliott. Dr. Luke Armstrong, president of - the Amateur club, was unanimously adopted as referee, and Thomas Swaddell as distance judge. It was agreed that the men should b-- in their boats ready at a quarter to twelve o'clock on Mon day morning. The chairman of the meeting asked whether, in the event of Ilanlon's winning, the contest for the Sportsmen's challenge cup could take place in Canada. The chairman observed that tbe question was important, and that it could only be decided by the trustees and donors cf the cup, whose regulations distinctly stated that it could only be rowed for on tbe Thames or Tyoe. Colonel Shaw appealed to the gene rosity of the trustee?. Ha could promise' any English sculler a hearty reception iu Canada, and had no doubt the expenses of the jaurney to Canada would be cheerfully allowed. The editor of the Sportsman promised to commu nicate with the trustees. Doubtless their de cision would be dictated solely by what they believed to be the best interests of sculling. Hanion s supporters left the question of tbe starting-point entirely in the hands of El liott's friends. A point off the Mansion house was fixed upon. Excellent Sport at St. Louis. . St. Louis, June 13. The weather was ae and there was another large attendance at the race course to-day. First Race. Merchants stake, for tlree year olds; $500 added; mile heats; thirty three entries and six starters, a.s follows: Bonnie Oaks, John W. Norton, Headlight, Buckeye, Kx-ne Richards, jr.. and Omega. Pools soid Kene Richards, $IG5; Norton, $10; OdL-s $35; Headlight, $30; field, $100. The firet heat was won by Omega by a length, Norton second, Headlight third. iia 1:45). The pools now sold Omeca, $150; Rich ards, $110; field, $155. The second heat was takeu by Richard, beating Oaks half a length. Buckeye third. Time 1:46 .J4. Pools now sold even on Richards and Omega, all the other horses being out of tha race under the rules. Tbe second beat wa3 a very pretty contest. A blanket would have covered both horses from the start to the middle of the home stretch, when Richards went to the front and won the heat and race by a letBth. Time 1:46M- In the second heat of this race Headlight stumbled and fell on the backstretch, and his jockey received injuries ti his hend which made him delirious, but his condition is not recrard as very serious by the physician who examined him. Second Race. Hotel stakj, for two-ypar-old colts; dash three-quarLers of a mile; $00 added; same number of entries and starters as in Merchants stake. Kimbali took the lead and kept it to the finish, beating Luke Black burn four or five lengths; Amazon, third Time, 1:16J. Third Race was a hurdle race; da3h of two miles over eight hurdles, for purse of $500; Verdigris, Cannon and Joe Rhodes were contestants and came home in the order named. Time, 4:01. Joe Rhodes struck the third hurdle, on the first mile, and hurt him self somewhat, which it is thought lost him the race. The Last Day at Chllllcothe. Chillicothe, O., June 13. The third and last day ot the races was characterized by fine weather, and the attendance was better than on either of tho preceding day3, a num ber of ladies occupying seats and a large number ot carriages and vehicles in the field. The track was not in good condition, not having recovered from the effects of the heavy rains of the last two aays. First Race. Hotel Btakes, for two-year-olds; $25entraice, half forfeit; $100 added by -the association; dash of half a mile. There were five entries and three starters Beat's entry, Buster and Belle of the. West. Buster whs made tbe favorite in the pools, but failed to fulfill the hopes of his backers, coming in a very bad third ; the Illinois filly, Belle of the West, won in 54J. Second Race. Qub purse, $250; second horse $50; for all ages; dash of mile and a half. There were five entries and starters: Ada Lambert, Lapland, Surge, Claudia and Momentum. Surge was the first and Claudia second choice. Claudia won the race in 2:45. Lapland made the running interest ing tor more than a mile, but after passing under the string entering on tbe last halt' he was challenged and cau ant by Claudia. Third Race. Consolation purse, $200; second horse $50; mile heats. There were three Btarters: Toletna, Index and John Harper. The latter was the favorite, two to one, in the pools, and took both heats with the greatest possible ease. Time 1 :4S and 1:49. It is reported that tho horse was purchased by A. Ross Courtin just alter tha race for twelve thousand dollars. LETTERS FROfl THE PEOPLE. Sve and the Apple. Editors ArPKAL la hi addres3 o the Christian women's missionary society ot this city a few days since, Rev. Mr. M'Ferrin said it was peculiarly woman's mission to work for the cause of religion, because a woman first bioagut sin into the world when she disobeyed the Creator's command and ate the apple, and gave it to Adam who also ate it. This statement set some of the women talking on the subject, for some ot ut had read in the St. Lsuis papers the re port of Mrs. Meriwether's speech in tbe Women's convention, in which she advised all women to read the bible tor themselves and mteroret it by the light of their own in tellects, and no longer rely oa men; that men bad been for eighteen hundred years giving a false interpretation ot the apple transsrres sion; had been abusing our first mother for disobedience, whereas such a charge was wholly false and without foundation in fact, if we are to take the bible as evdence. Mrs. Meriwether said that in all the bible thera was not an atom ol proof that Eve was truiltv of disobedience. Ihe command not; to eat the apple was given to Adam before Eve was created, and there is no evidence that either Adam or God said one word to Eve on the subject. On the contrary, as Mrs. Meriwether said, any woman wno ever asked her hu band to get her a spool of thread or a yard of calico when he went down town, and knew the treacherous memory ot tne average man. will not believe that Adam everthouerht to mention the matter to Eve. Of course, if no one told Eve that the apple was not to be eaten, and she was ignornnt of the prohibi tion, it is unjust to hold her responsible. And I really think these preachers who still bold her guilty cf bringing sin into the world should look into the matter more closely and lay the sin where it belongs. A CHRISTIAN "WOMAN. The great success -f Dr. M 'Lane's cele brated liver pills has fctarted a host of liver remedies, but after a trial everybody returns to the genuine Dr. C. M Lane s liver pills, prepared only by Fleming Bros., of PitUbui-g, Pennsylvania, without whose signature none can be gerume. Look tor the signature, the market is fuil of the imitations cf the name M'Lane spelled differently, but having tho same pronunciation. They have been in. use half a century, and in that time hity million boxes have been sold. Just Opened! Full line of Linen Dusters, Overalls and Ulsters, $1 50, $2, $2 50, $3, $3 50. Linen Suits new styles. Traveling hats latest stylee. Very low prices. CSfBargains in all departments.i?3 IvItUJlini, &. CO. LOUAL SOTIOES. Subdues refaf.iory bair.Barnett'ecocoaine. Nothing else will effect a cure in fever and ague and liver complaint so quickly as Reed's gilt edge totiic. Wigqs's Buckeye Ealve, the only sure cure for piles. Ask your drus;i.-i3t for the genuine article Wiggs's buckeye salve. A lirge block of pony-phaetons just re ceived bt woodruff & Oliver's, 179 Main street. It is economy to use Crescent baking pow der. It is of superior strength. Try it. For sale by b. m. stratton & co. Gentlemen who desire fine whisky for home use would do well to call for Green Brier. It can be obtained from any of the principal jobber? and rlea!er3. Ocean (J rove, iew Jersey, Has made rapid strides forward, and now stands in the front ranks as a summer resort. Its lmrrovements havebeen great this year, the first among which is the Sheldon house, the largest hotel there. A new passenger elevator, speaking tubes from each room to the office, gas, laundry, bath-rooms and water on each floor have been added. Cham bers have been supplied with best hair mat tressps with spring bottcmc. The house will have a stc-am heating apparatus that will make it a favorite winter as well a3 summer resort. It is presided over by Mr. W. E. Soeldon, who is an old and favorably-known hotel man of New York. Ilemoved. The gas effice has removed to the Masonic Temple buildicg, on Mauison street Tue use of Hall's vegetable Sicilian bair renewer will keep the hair soft and glossy. . All kinds of carriage-repairing done at woodruff Oliver's, 179 Main street. Floyd's Restaurant Is very convenient for business men. You need not pay for a full dinner to get a lunch only lor what you order. Those sending thier families away Rhould dine at Floyd's. JTiilce its lareot Flower, Atkinson's extract of violet, the most deli cate and reEned of perfumes, conceals its ex cellence behind its more widely-known sis ter the extract of white rose. . . o . Floyd's Candies Are his great specialty. The ice-cream is equal to any in the north. Which is the Cheapest A package of Duke's Durham, containing txcenty pipe-fulls of the best smoking tobac- co made, or one common cigar bach costs ten cents. 21y ISack Fains Me! "I feel dull Rnd listless!" "cucb a pain In my side!" "Such an oppresivo feeling on my chest!" "Rheumatic pain almost madden me!" "Ms bones ache!" Thes"? are daily exclamations. A day out in the cold, a little over-exertion and these troubles ensue. Some times they end in a chronic disease, and finally death. Benson's capcine porous plaster is the best-known lemedy for this class of ailments. It was in vented as an improvement on the ordinary porous plaster, to which it is very far supe rior. Benson's capcine porous plator relieves pain at once and cures where other plasters will not even relieve. The manufii.cUrer? were awarded the highest and oiily medal of merit, given for planters by medical jurors at the centennial exposition, 1876, at tbe Paris exposition, 1878. Sold by all druggists. Price, 25c. Removed. The gas office has removed to the Masonic Temple building, on Madison street. Extract of lie port from the celebrated physician, Erasmus Wilson, of London, England: "Several severe cases of inoioient consumption have come under my observation that have been cured by the timely use of Culden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef and tonic invitrorator. Ilemoved. The gas office has removed to the Masonic Temple building, on Madison street. Parties wanting pony-pbaetons, or a ve hicle of any description, will find .well selected stock at ivooDRUFK Oliver's, 170 Wain street. HA-NlTATlOtf. Sleeting of the Auxiliary Sanitary As sociationReport of Committees He eelved Other 9Iatter or Busi ness Considered Association then Adfourned to Monday Afternoon Next, Etc. At t.hA llmifll hnnr rocfarHnv nffprnnnn. the executive committee of the auxiliary sanitary association met at basement room No. 12 were present: President J. S. Prestidge, Sec retary A. D. Langstaff, Collon Greene, John T. Willins, H. Furstenheim, N. Fontaine, J. W. Dillard and Dr. Winn: committee report. General Colton Greene presented the fol lowing report: To tbe President of the Memphis Auxiliary Sanitary Association: The committee to whom was referred the report ot the eleven td in .taut, of the committee on sanita tion, neg respectruii? 10 suuuiii ine ruiiowtng recom mendations. In the order observed In that report: First They recommeud that an appropriation el one hundred and tlf.y dollars be made for hiring ten garbage carts.teams and men.to be placed In charge of Major Broaddus, for special work, with the ap proval ot tbe city authorities Second They recommend that the suggestions as to gutter and sewer-cleanlug and repalilng be re ferred to the city authorities. Third They tlnd tnat our sanitary sergeant re ports more nuisances dally than tbe association bas means to abate, and they therefore disapprove ef proposition No. 3. (With reference to appoint ing two additional sanitary sergeants.) Fourth As tbe Inspection of meats and vege tables seem to pertain to tbe duties of the market masters, they recommend that this matter be re ferred to the city authorities and committee of con ference. J-'iftb They find that the recommendation for bouse-to-house Inspection has already ben acted on by the association. COLTON GREENE, Chairman. The foregoing report was adopted, item by item, and as a wboie. Dr. Winn stated that meats and vegetables were sold daily in market, winch articles of food were detrimental to health. A meat and vegetable inspector is absolutely needed. Spoiled meats and decayed vegetables were sold to 'the public, and this sale should be stopped immediately by the city authorities. public bathing. Tho following resolutiou was offered by Mr. Furstenheim, and was adopted. Itfxolned, That a committee of three be appointed bt the chairman to report upon a suitsble place for public bathing, free of charge to everybody, and that this committee report at au early day, tbe result of their investigations and the amount of cost aitacbed to the same. President Prestidge appointed as a com mittee Messrs. Furstenheim, Langstaff and Greene. AN EXPLANATION. Dr. Winn, of tho sanitation committee, stated, by way of explanation, that ho le ceived but one report from Sanitary Sergeant Broaddus as to a house wherein yellow-fever existed last year, being closed since the fever, but it was discovered that the house men tioned had been opened and ventilated dur ing the winter. COMMITTEE OF INVESTIGATION. Mr. Langstaff moved that a committee-be appointed to investigate certain published statements in Ihe papers from Mr. Murrell and Mr. Dent, wherein they deny tbe cor rectness ot certain reports made by the sani tary sergeant to the association. President Prestidge and Mr. Willins were appointed a committee to investigate the matter. On motion an adjournment was had to next Monday afternoon at foar o'clock, at basement room No. 12 Madison street. COLLECT LONB. Mimthis, June la, 1879. J. fi. Prestidge, President: I report the following collections:'. Joe Wetter S50 CO IThe above was sent by Mr. Wetter with his compliments, aud that he Is ready to sub scribe again If needed.1 G.Falls Co 25 00 Total 875 00 Corrections. In list cf June 6th read W. A. Goodwyn, in place of Goodman. In list of June 12:h read M. Gavin & Co., in place cf M. Gavin. The expected report of banks and property holders has as yet not been received. H. FURSTENHEIM, Chairman Finance Committee. NEW STORE, FANGY DYEiMS. Drt-sa .tchk1s, Shawls, biik9 ami Clultaug dye rablt color : Crape Veils IveJ. DRY GLEANiXG. Dres4 in all fabric cleamni without ripping or removing the trnnmms. The iuot elaborate pirtj aud theatrical dresses are thua elegantly cleaned. XYM. R. TEADALK, 265 Walnut St., Cincinnati. O. V. 1 ' "t- r-'Tn m-il by v-j.t -till !v W'kt-i. STKA31BOATS. SPECIAL NOTICE. THE fine steamer HATTIE ROWLAND Js... will arrive this morning from wt,''-'-fl'''5n-3 river, and leave SaTI'RDAY. June 14th. ut ti p-ni., with a rvturn trip to Jacksonport. In place ot the steamer Josle Parry. Shippers will send Irelghts to B. E. Leewliarfboat J. T. WASHINGTON. Atrent. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI. for ljocisviii. t'lorloiiatt and Way LaixliKi:. The Superb Passenger Steaiutr Oolcleri City, M'IntyTe, Master. Will leave Glenn's whartboat as above on SDN DAY, June 15th. at 4 p.m. For freight or passage apply to H. K HLKNN. Agnt. pt Wharfbowt. Memphis and Ohio River P'ki Co. FOB LOUISVILLE AND CINCLNJiATL The Swift and Elegant Passenger Steamer JAS. D.PARKER C. B. Russell master Robert M'Coy clerk Will leave as above Saturday, June 14tb, at 5 p.m. FIIiST-CLASS FAKE THROUGH TO JiEW YOKK CHEAPER 1HAJI EVES! Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and all points North and East at proportionately low rales. drMeal and staterooms on the steamer t'REE. i'or freight or passage, apply to K. W. LKiHTBURJfE, Sup't, No. 7 Monroe, opposite Peabody Hotel. The Steamer AD BAUM leaves 'iVednesday, June IKth. NEW OELEANS! (Axtfion usia FOR Si J3W ORLEANS. ESLLE OF SURE VE PORT Coghill, master WedneiHiay, June 11th, at 10 a.m. CITY OF ALTON Blxby, master Saturday, June 14th, at 5 p.m. MEMPHIS AWO tT. L.oriU I'KT. CO (ANCHOR LIKE) FOK VIVKHBI'Rfi. COL03ABO M'Pheeters, master Monday, June 9th, at 10 a.m. GRAND TOWER Lennox, master Thursday, June 12th, nt 10 a.m. CITY OF VICKSBDBG Kiley, master Baturday, June 14th, at 5 p. in. MKMrlllS ASM H I". I.OI IH J-IiT. CO V. S. MAIL (ASCHOK LINE) FOB (ST. LOllH. JOHN B. MAUDE Blake, master Monday, June fth, at 5 p.m. BELLE MEMPHIS John C. Crane, master Tuesday, June 10th, at 5 p.m. JAMES HOWARD O'Neal, master Wednesday, June 11th, at 10 a.m. CITY OF HELENA M'Kee, master Thursday, June 12th, at 5 p.m. CITY OF GREEN VILLE A. J. Carter, master Eaiuriay, June 14th, at 5 p m. For all Information, apply at Memobis and SL Louis Packet Co.'s whartboat, foot of Monroe street. AO STOKW. SiiPorlntenrtenL FOR AKKOPOL1S AND PINE IiLtlFK K R. Adania L'.M.aiatl Line foe Arkopolis and line BlufT li&ili-oud. For Helena. Friars' Point, Concordia, Terrene, and all Plantation Landli gs. The elegant steamer Mark R. Cheek ... master A. L. Cummins... cieik Leaves as above every MONDAY and THURS DAY, at 0 p.m. For freight or pasH.-ige apply to J. T. WAbfiXN'MTON. Agent, No. 3 Madison street 261 MAIM B. LOWENSTEIH & BROTHERS ABE OFFEBISG AX UNRIVALED ASSORTMENT Ol' Handsome Bunting Suits, Stylish Lawn Suits, Beautiful Linen Suits, Nobby Silk Suits, Elegant Grenadine Suits AT A SEDUCTION FROU FORMER PRICES. Lawn Wrappers, Linen Ulsters, Percale Wrappers, Mohair Ulsters. NEW PARASOLS AND NEW UMBRELLAS! Our Stock Is yet Unbroken Onr Prices the Ytt Closest. SHIRTS l IX EVERY STYLE, AT IX EVERY STYLE, AT M'CARTHT'S ! M'O ARTHY'S ! Hprlne Noveltlm for Cent' Wear la Fine TJodrwear, Faney U-Kose, Heufs, Handkerrhlent. Collans CnfT.ete. Lw prices FOK F1UT-CLAbI OOl4. S35 and g35j Main, Sign Star Shirt, Memphis. FULMEEi, (SUCCESSORS TO SLEDGE, JKcKAY & CO.) , rocera. Cotton Factors And Commission STercliants, .Tft, 371 and 373 Main street, Memphis, Tenn. SI. 1 HKACHA3I. K. K. rocers, Cotton Factors, AND SALT AGENTS, lo. 9 Union street. : : : : Ylemphis, Tenn. NAF0LE03 HILL, a, I LL. MTMI Cotton Factors and HEADQUARTEIIS OF Lorillard'sTintag Tobacco AUEXTS FOB THE CELEBRATED E..CARYER COTTOX-fcilX. BTcs. 2S8 and 298 Front street, Memphis, Tenn. A. YACCARO. B. VACCABO. A. B. YACCARO. A. VAOOARO & CO., XXPOBTZRS JLSD DEALERS IX fXM'mS, LIQUORS & CIGARS, Ho. 324: I?rnt XL L Cochran St. A. . Cochran Us IIA1W IFACTUBKES OF Lumber, lath and Shingles, Dsora. Saala and Blinds, aid all klafia cf Packing Boxes. Ofiicfl and Yard, faot of Washington fit. Saw aud Planing Mills, Xorth end Nary Y-', Memphis. TeHne3. A. C TUEADWELL. Am , TlAi)T7EJL 4 P 2 h lis do (a lli (SUCCESSORS TO A. C Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, lo. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. tVCcnsIgnmeDts of Cotton solicited and Liberal Advances made on game. AH Cotton tnsored while In .tore. m well that cnn!er-d to os by rtv. unless otherwise Instruct-.!. K. C. PEAKCE. ,1 t'Jl SB CI W D ; 13 m. PI WHOLESALE Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 259 Front street, Memphis, Ten?a JHTKASIKOATW. FOR ARKANSAS JIIVER. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Co. For Pine Bluff, LltL.e Rock, and through to Fort Smith The elegant passenger steamer J?2ariin Speed, Zhi Ed. Nnwland master. Leaves on SATURDAY, June 14th, at 5 p.m. JOHN N. HARBIN. Snp't. 2331fr Kront t. LEE LINE STEAMERS. For Ulendale, Helena ana riars fol.t. Coals omn, Stc' Lea master I Jno. Gwathmey. .clerk Wi'i leave as shove on every MON'Ja Y, WKDNES BAY and FRIDAY, at tf p.m. For freight or passage apply on board or to J. T. WASHINGTON, No. 8 Al.uilsori stif et FOR OSCEOLA. Begular Semi-weekly Mall Packet tor Randolph Fulton, Osceola and all way landings. The elefc.'iul paisenger steamer Osceola Ielle, SIS! J. &. Andrews Master B. O. Mlchell Clerk. Lp&vps Memphis every WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY, at 6 p. m. For freight or passage ap plv on tmnrd. FOR WHITE RIVER Rpsnlar Independent aienphls and White K!ver Packet For Augusta, Jacksonnort Ke.ircy, and way points. The reguiar Independent t'sckt-t HARD CASM, ED. C. POSTAL Master, VTI1I leave Memphis every WEDNESDAY, on and aft-r -1'i'y fth, 1879. at 5 p.m. For freight or pass age, apply to R. W. LIGHTBUBNU. No. 7 iionroe st., or-p. Peabody betel. K. P. HLKKH. on W hart boat. Jlll-X H AHKY LI!K. SfemphJ White Klver and KlaekBlver V. . 31 all ParketH. For Indian Bay, t5t. Charles, Clarendon, Devall's mm., ura jiiu. aueuaui, locKsonpon, west Point. Be-trcy, Batesvllle, Powhattaa, and Pocahoniaa. The new steamer losie Harry, Jggfri M. R. Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. laJ.e,?.5.1?rai'hu 0Q and after November 2d, every SATURDAY, at B p.m., connecting direct with tbe new Black river U. 8. mall packet MILT HARHY for Pownattan and Pocahontas, and with Dally Packets toJ?JUesvUle W"1 Upper White river. Through rates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight will be received at all time on the R. K. Lee wharfUosi. 4. X. WABU1NU1.UN Agent. HIRT URT0N CO HKACIIA1L J. B, P08T05. OXjID & ATi 33 FOMA1AE, JEKOXE IIIIL Wholesale Grocers. street, Memphis. Alatcaer. XL A. caefcraa. S. S. TF.EADWE1L THKADWELL RBOd.) PLUJilRISe. BROWNE! PLUMBER! Gas and Steam Fitter! SEWEBPIPE, GAS, STEAM AND WATER-PIPE, Pumps, Hose, Hydrants, CHANDELIERS, Bath-Tabs. Wa&hstand ! 6ood Material, Competent Workmen, AT THE LOWEST PRICES! J. W. X. BROWNE. 253 Second Street, OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. ME?PffIS sTKAnsfiiirs. UNITED STATES AND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, Hew York to Uaeeontown A Liverpool Every Tfiuradat or Sttunttn. City of Berlin, 64vl tons. Cityof Montreal, 4410lr City of Richmond, 4ri07 City of Brussels, - 8775 City of Cheater. - 4ofirt City of New York. - 8K1 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, largest and fastest on tbe Atlantic, and hare every modern Improvement, Including hot and cold water and electric belts In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bath and smoMng-rooms, barber shops, etc For rates of passage aad other Informa tion, apply to JOHK i. DALE, Aireut, 81 Broadway, Ntrw York, or to TliOd. FlbHKR, ammet book. Memphis 6L tO., i HI I