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THE MEMPHIS TJTLT APPEAL--SATUBD AUGUST 2. 1879.
HTKA.1TF.D. I X)W A blR("K and whit. Hhort hevv-et cow. with. J sbnrt Inside-bent horns, and rope around h.r rw-twlll revive ft Hhernl reward. ETTKB DOti-SlO REWARD For the delivery, at I'nton and Planters Bank, of my red setter wltli white uiion h s breast and tip of bis tali, he dog was stolen or strayed from my residence. 1. C. TRBADWHLL. WANTS. V Y ELLO W-FKVEli Read testimonials of Bur rowes's Lexington Mustard: "In epidemics of ellow Hover and Cholera, I have found It superior na more rename man any otner Drano. "UP. BLACKBURN. M.D.. Kentucky." After fifty years rxpertence In treatment ol dls liavinir n.i vinun KnsllKh. Durham, and aany other brands. I would not Hive one can of Bur mm i tor one hundred cans or any oiner omn . "T S HKLL. M.D., M)U:BVlllO. Kor mile by OLIVEH. K1M8 ft CO. D AY-BOARD three youna- men desire day-board; location central. Ad"" BOAJUVA ppeal ofnee. fWRKKdtONDKNCK Two young gentlemen or the can't ft away." desire several orrrapondeots to occuiy Idle moments and break be nionelony of present Memphis life. AU'irM . J A V J . nr ARoBlg L., Postofflce. rWO ROOD COOKS-Atonce.by Dr. LAURENCE, at the City Hospital DOCXAWAY Or double-seated bum. to take L care of durirg tbe summer. Apply at Bploer laoe. Kerr nv-niM. FOK ft KIM T. pwo HOUSES -Knur miles from city, on Biacit- l mora1 avenue; li liny place; goiw i ty at the Buy Horse eaon. "TOTTAUE Of BU rooms, with yard and good J clstm-wau-r. So. 76 Linden street. Inquire 1UV Monroe sirew. FURNISHED !VlAJUlfi(iHOUtiB Centrally located. Ad A. B., Appeal ofllos. "rwiv vomtat-.n! ,r unrni-nUhed: suitable also .V for tamlilM to usfkeep. lOUfct KKRSON. 5o'M3 With or without board Mix I'M Thlr. street. FOK NAli Km 1'T. Dray, tfu-sa and License: I have no luither pe fur the turnout; it is onereo coeap. 0. A. oaoTON. :W !adi.on street. fCr?TNK AND B liLXK One 10x20 cylinder en- U Mine and bmlrr ormplcle. except suione-suic. J unmetier, wilt Mil lor li ftu; i-neapesi ou-norse WW in the city. i.. . w. Draatvn. .. - j it v aitc. street. AUK Finest saduie mare II the f !ty. Aoply to E. M. Art Knmin IAJ. RlCit slupiml ht.if uy river or ml road. Leave orders at Joho A. Denie s. una roui street. rt oonomalons will be made on orders for good UnnnBrtck, suitable lor cnimney or eiiin. uou 1, . te. O. H. P. PI PER. WK MEMPHIS KOUNDRy AND MACHINE hROP- Inniiirlln lanre ai d valuable grounds. 3 Mines and ina-hlnrrv. The tools are good and (PKkI order, embracing IN thb Kochdrt two Cu oes. one 10-ton Crrjif, and one botary Blower, n TBS A1ACH1NS bnop two iron rianers, two trie Lnines. two Drill Presses, two Holt twitters. t Iron Punchlna W tchlne. Kalllmr MHCblue, etc H thb Pattkiiji 8nop One Fay A Co. Scroll Saw, Wikki Lathes, one Stuimn taw and i nble. n ivK Puwkr Is nna yo-horse Engine, with Ts., Holler, Pumrw. Tank, Bhanlni;. Hangers VUU v-ovmfiiere rwi price aim lerrns, mra ( yonif inia. ren r. r n at a, ,t ivu. iuw?:h am juai:i. OiltO yOR THE 6CMMKH Tile healthiest nd plfaanl lM-atlofv tn the town of Tulla :in: iJOd wiler; fine shade-trees; coavenlent to iiotT re and deit Address Mrs. A. B MOHUAN, I'onice-box 72. Releienoe J. 44. Aydelott, a-i ; i siioma. I enn. .EsIBABLS BOOM With boara. at I' 72 COURT 8TBEET. IHDERri A few gentlemen day-boarders at W Union street. Terms moderate. 'C J1S Desirable rooms and good board at rlH JEFl'KKaOJN DlKEKT, v Mi-Suit of front rooms, with board, at 111 mrt stret-t. Day boarders wanted. lLUYdPRIhUS Tboaeaettmngsummerboard it ivtsonabln rates. In a healthy location, con- il m the city, with abundance of amusements, verj fHciMty of communication and travel, and guie.xeuit'tlnn from epUlemlc Diseases, should jnoortwith KM IS rut.. Ballev Sprlnes. Ala TO OUR STOKIERS AND THE PUBLIC. J'Oar store irill REMAIN OVEX IKIXJ THE EPIDEMIC. Messrs. f. aoniX and WARBE- CAK. '.iMllt be in charge f anr bnil H,viitu BulIUIent tore Xo aerre alt a may nUh to pnrrhase supplies. hij are lustrncted not to ell or tVTer goodn to amy one ei pt for cash. Tbe exigencies of times - males tills absolutely fSfftry. We will open a business co In some sortberu city, from i noe we can supply oar store here !i such goods as will b needed -daring the epidemic. IVER.FINNIE&Co LOCAL i'AKAUKAl'UB. laeinsr from Memphis has been an epi ; remaining lute is sporadic. be niffbtH are to cool that windows t be shut acd tU'epers should set under (he Taxinsr-Diatrict engineer's cfRce in j'waatthe courthouse, under chargo of ! int Engineer A. J. Murray. , . AAmliflflM n f fr t-' it fAAfl vliA uoa sick on Thursday morning, was much Uit night. 11 18 case is progressing bly. ! nnotber eVnmn appears tho order of lio 1 . W. b imnies, ot the minute men, nciog bis appointment of cubordinate r N i. ; .try colored people have come into the inm the country, they bavin? heard j .te rations would be distributed to all iH- Iiuinville Courier-Journal: "The fever ! still interesting but not alarming. Orleans and Memphis are doing; as well ;d be expected." jie Louisville railroad trains suspended I if yesterday between hero and M'Ken Uia said that a train will probably be lei) or xtwice a week ere long. Tbe democrats have plenty puns now, 'J better look oat an steal nothin,' " 1 durkr to a colored brother on Main near Madmen, yesterday afternoon. j 4 -r r .11 1 1 10 uepuri liir-in ui uumcs lur mi iuo re- ininitteec. that of tLe llowaril s m- has been eutublisheJ at No. 'JDU Mail irumedirttely north of Peabody hotel ! ii d ward and downward bound steam cem to have quite an affection for the - is shore, ai d to ignore t ha fact that of Memphis is about half a mile i . Lodbettcr and young Mathew Pom i'vo virtually recovered front their at i- vnllnH.fvpr nnd 111 Ka rliwrVi!lrrl i s hospital, at Louisville, in a week or ft from this date. t b nipbt news was received from ) that but littlo hope of recovery was 1 sieU lor Mis Dora Athy. Her condt ihrmrty critical. M rs. P. R. Atby i y 81 k. but improving slightly. J jut four hundred and fifty white pec ' ;otuforta bly located at Cauip Murks leave tuo iMiMiBPirin anu lonneaseo s depot at five o'clock in tho ulttr- f iv for the camps, on which trains 1 . i . i i .re lasen in-o vi courge. i8 five hundred refugees are sojourn- eecurity at Cump Father Mathew. ive es'ablished a quarantine camp lilii away, m which new comers have n ten d;iyi, when they are removed Father Matnew U found to be in i!th. ail from Memphis is not tho wey (o (jiijission into the best oci(ty up nrtsent. Indeed, even the worst so- ..,.li now ol'TectM to MHiioitiMljriiy with . U " - r liian junt irom Memyhis, and the : ihat be may be a sporadic case. fi.a south yellow-fever is known either 1" . . l, , rl !. m Jack. These orium aroe from a o of the j!ivre jaune. The jaune, " ln'DK readily construed into John, John as readily into tho lamiliar .loDttjJ on of Mrj and Mrs. Charles iraJ taaen oown wuu tne iever ian at tb reidence, corner of Second ion streets. Charles Philmot died ?-(?vet some days since, and Mrs left the city. ih boy has a couple 1 wen attending bim. iiindreJ nod ten minute men were ilnin an hfilir On Thurfcday atter- jms time was too fast,, but sixty ' ve lava enrolled in that time. By 'ng at least he hundred white a wiil Lave been enroilod. Many of them are old Federal and Confederate sol diers, and, if they cannot preserve order and suppress any illegal outbreak, who can ? The conventionalities of society could not live a day in an atmosphere of perfect truth. They largely consist of "tact," and tact con sists largely ot a genius tor ignoring unpleas ant facts, and for knowing when not to tell the truth. To a certain extent, therefore, the kflaence of society is demoralizing even in jedow lever times. In tell-ng lies one self, there is a certain play of mind which keeps the faculties awake, and makes the re ception of tho beauty ot truth still possible But the tfftct of preb-ndiug to believe other people's luw is alU-a-ether besotting and be numbing. Tho New York Star has discovered a rum cuslomt r, of whom it says: "About this time men are turning up on every band with cures an4 pre ventives lor yd ow fever. S.'mfrbody awxy out in Dowagiac, which ib somewhere id tbe .State ot Mlcbiua, has an idea that tl.e disease ia caused 'by a peculiar state of the system, where, by a sudden change from tbe salt to lie-h atmosphere, the eaiine matter js out of the debilitated oc bilious person.' CooHtquenlly bis lemedy is to dusolve salt in Jamaica rum, drink as imieli as possible, and rub the parts affected." People in Memphis preler Santa Crue ium, which they ttke in ternally. I'EKhUlMAlib. Among tho Memrhians at Bon Aqoa Springs are Judge W. W. M Dowell acd amily, General R. F. Patterson and family, John T. Wilkins, T. A. Nelson, Colonel Jo (ah Patterson and family, Miss Ada Burr, Mrs. L. S. Puckett, Miss Jennie Peltit, Paul Cooper. Dr. J. P. A I ban, Mrs. J. A. Omberg, J. E. Danscomb, J. B. Wildberger and tam ilv. J. A. Hunt and family, W. A. Ileio, Misses Lizzie, Mary and Amelia Hem, A. Moore and family, Mrs. W. S. Ickett, Mrs. John D. Knbinson, Mrs. W. F. Simmons M,6s Maud Duval, Colonel M L. Selden and family, Frank G. Jones, H. S. Oantt, H. L Guion. Colouel J. R. Godwin and family, N. Vt.. looes and family. Dr. R igers's family, Muses Anna and Lula Patterson, L. u. Mul una and la mil v. Colonel Georg Gantt and family. Miss Willie Leltwich, U. W. Miller and fxmily, Mrs. VV. J. r. Doyle and lamilv. Miss Nettie Jones. Miss Annie Godwin, L. and K. Gjldnmith, Andrew Garibaldi, Colo- cti G :orge R. Phclan and family. St. Louis Globe-Demosrat. 31st: The fol lowing1 Memphis firms have located in this citv. at tbe daces designated: Schwab & Co., wholesale clothing, Singer building. i'aylor & Arnold, wholesale grocers and cotton rectors, JNonn ujmmerciai street. Scboolfield, Hunauer & Co., wholesale gro cers and cotton tactots, oOb Worth Uommer :ial street. Lmdsey, Good bar & Co., wholesale hats and caps, North Second street, near the bridge. M. L. Meacbam & Co., wholesale grocers. 116 North Commercial street. Rice. Stix & Co., wholes tie dry goods, 410 North F.fth street. F. M. White & Co., wholesale grocers, 17 south Mam street. J. F. Frank & Co., commission merchant?, 10 rtouth Main street. Jacobs & Booker, cotton factors, 203 North Mam street. Grobbp. Austin & Berry, wholesale clotb tne'. 305 North Filth fctreet. Chns. Heixog & Bio , wholesale stationers, 205 North Main street. S. C. Toof & Co., punters and stationers) 'III North Main street. Friedman Bros., wholesale boots and shoes, 521 Washington avenue. liaao Friedman & Co., wholesalo hats and caps, 521 tVaRbiDgton avenue. Hill & Mitchell, wholesale boots and shoes, 22 Nor to Main itreet. Hill, Fontaine & Co., wholesale grocers and cotton factor?, corner Locust and North Commercial streets. Gathright. Harbison & Raynor, wholesale saddlery, 116 North Main street. Good bar & Co., wholesale boots and shoes, 18 South Fifth street. Pratt. Irwin k Co., wholesale notions, 6 South Fifth street. A. C. & A. B. Treadwell & Co , grocer?, 221 Chestnut street. B. Lowenstein & Bros., wholesale and re tail dry goods, 315 North Fifth street. Martin Cohen, retail hats and caps, 20s North Fourth street. Walker Bros. & Co., wholesale dry goods, Main street, between Olive and Locust. M. Samter, clothing, hats and caps, now at 409 Locust street, but will remove to 300 und 302 Ncrth Main street. A. Spito, manufacturer of jeans clothing, 315 North Main street. G. A. Eckerly & Bros., wholesale grocers, 1'quors atd tobacco, 120 North Second street. J. S Richardson & Co. and M. Gavin & Co. will onen here, but have not yet chosen their locations. s- Tub great success of the genuine Dr. C. M 'Lane's celebrated liver pills, prepared by Fleming Bros., lttsburgv Pa., has started a regiment of imitations. Look well at what you buy, and see that tbe signature of Flcm- ing jjros. is on every box, or you will be de ceived. If you have a bad breath, pain in your side, headache, or any othtr form of liver dieease, they will certainly cure you. Extracted Directly from the Flower. This is the secret of the wonderfully sweet and penetrating qualities of the perfumes manufactured by J. & . Atkinson, London. Loachapoka, Ala., January 12, 1878. Dr. C. J. Moffett. Columbos, Ga : Dkar Sir Inclosed you will find fifty c;.ot. Please send me another package ot Teethina. The first package bad such a happy result that I heartily recommend it to all mothers as being all that a mother needs for a teething babe. My babe was one of these little nervous creatures never sleeping more than fifteen or twenty minutrs at a time After giving the powder, it q-iieted its nerves. and now he sleeps long naps. 1 lease send as soon as possible, and ohhgn, MBS. 8. E. WAQNON. W. N. Wilkeraon & Co. To City rocers and Cither lurcliaerj. Our house will remain open, as during the epidemic of 1878, with a large stock of fresh groceries, and at lowest cash prices HILL, FONTAINE 4 CO. M km mis, August 1, 187W. To ullny itching of the scalp, nee HaWs Vegetable Sicilian hair renetcer. Sold by all druggists. Lenbrie Itrothers. This house will remain open during the prevalence of the fever, under tbe manage ment ot 11. rrang. Still Open. Ljtle & Shield, the well-known fancy grocers. Ino. 213 Alain street, corner ot Ad' ams. are still open. Will remain open dur intr the summer, with Wm. W. Cain and George W. Teager in charge. For good goods at low prices, give them a call. Opinion of Eminent Dr. II. R. Walton, Annapolis, Md.: "Colden's Liebig's liquid extract of beef is a most excellent prepara tion. It is par excellence. Superior to cod liver oil or anything I have ever used in wasted or impaired constitutions, and an ex cellent preventive of malarial diseases. IlXLAIiI. COFFIN fc CO., Noa. KOO sad Front. Will keep their house open through the sea son. They have a full line ot groceries, at moderate prices for cash. LOCAL NOTICES. There is no better remedy than Reed's gilt cage too io for dyspepsia and indigestion. Qlir yellow fever Bee that you have Bat rowes's Lexington mustard for immediate use. Invalids requiring a stimulant made from pure gram and tree trotu tusu-ou should pur chase Green Brier. Nothing else will effect a cure in fever and aguo and liver complaint so quickly as need a gut edge tonic. MENKEN BROTHERS, IIS Worth ntreet. New Ywrk. All correspondence addressed to thetu will receive prompt attention, as usual. IluttcricU'H Patterns. All order will bo filled as usual. Ab sentees please note. Address, J. B. Aldrich, No. 254 Second street." Tlearbam Co. at St. JLonls. Owing to the interruption of trade by tbe yellow-lever, the well-known firm of M. L. Meacbam & Co. have opcued a house at 116 Nrth Commeicial street, St. Louis, from which placo they will ship tupplirs to their customers at points quarantined against Memphis. Tbey will also attend to the sale ot cot i on, and transact a buHititss similar to ttat done in Memphis. The Memphis house will be cloaed till the fall. All communica tions should be addressed to 116 North Com mercial street, St. Iyuis. Which Is the Cheapest A package of Duke's Durham, containing twtntif pipe-fnlls ot the best smoking tobac co made, or one common cigar V Each costs tn cents. Newln-Hachiuea, Needles, oil. parts and attachment for all machine. - Orders filled as usual. Address. J. B. AMrich, No. 254 Second street. YELLOW-FEVER. Ssrenteen Sew Cases and Fonr Deaths Reported to the Board or Health Yesterday Six 'Colored Feople Among the New Ca8f b New YellowFever Cure. St, Louis Post-DIxpatch Yellow-Fewr Notes Meeting of the Committee of Safely, and Adoption of Resolu tions Upon Yery Important Subjects The Colored People and Camp. Tbe fever took a jump pwatd yesterday accrrJing to tuo reports made at the office of the board ot health. Seventeen new cases, including six colored persons, made up the list of tbe sick, while tour made up the dead list. The fever is slowly spreading from the two original centers of the outbreak: of the disease, viz: Bradford street and Clay street. The weather has been ;most favorable, but Yellow Jack doesn't seem to pay any atten tion to weather. Below will be found the lists ot new cases and deaths reported yes terday. NEW CASES REPORTED YESTERDAY. James Collins, twenty-one years, 193 Lin den utreet. William Morgan, colored, nine years, 100 Court street. Ed Tobler, thirty years, iity hospital. James Burns, forty Sve years, 142 Rocco alley. Marshal Hoskin?, twenty-two years, 142 Rocco alley. Willis Allen, colored, thirty-four years, 67 Desoto street. Tom Burns, three years, 142 Rocco alley. Rev. Father Doyle, thirty yeari corner De soto and Linden streets, Wm. Hametle, fifty-two year?, 261 South street. L. Chirotti. thirty years. 228 Beale street. Anna Murphy, colored, thirty-five years. duy Vance street. Rev. Father Fahey, thirty years corner Linden and Desoto streets. Elizabeth Flttch, fotty-three years, 234 South street. Mrs. M. E. Bennett, twenty-eight years, Greenwood nursery, outside city. Amy Payne, colored, forty-two years; Lindsey Payne, colored, six years; James .Fayne, colored, twelye years, College avenue, opposite street-car stables, outside city. DEATHS ttEPOHTED YESTERDAY. Antonio E. Botto, thirty-one years, 205 Deooto street. John HMly, 14 years, 51 Ross avenue.' Charles F. Bennett, twenty five y.eara, 164 Poplar street. . - Michael Escozo, forty year, corner Sixth and Broadway. CTJRE FOR YELLOW-FEVER. A New York State caper contains the fol lowinff startlinor vellow-fever cure: "When in the first stage of the disease, let the per son's feet be put into warm water, to which put a handful of salt and one of wood ashes: feet to be kept in while the water keeps Warm; then wipe the teet dry with flannel; then to be put in bed. Then take half a gill of lime juice put into half a pint of boiling water, and taken as warm as possible; then if it should not procure a pet srira tion in halt an hour, repeat half the dose of lime juice and water, the person to be kept well cov ered; when the perspiration begins to go off take off all tbe wet clothing from the body and bed. and replace them with well-dried clothes or sheets that have been used, and flannel on the person. This change takes tbe disease from the person. As soon as that is done give the person a good dose of oil to clear, and heal the system. If this is care fully and faithfully done, jn twelve hours the person will be entirely clear from the dis ease." ST. LOUIS FEVER NOTES. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch, of the thirty-first, contains the following: There ia no use of yeliow fever quarantining, but as Mrs. Brandy, mother of tbe little girl who died of yellow-fever, had a chill last Sun day, and admits having had an attack of the fever before leaving Memphis, she is detained to make assurance doirbly sure. Dr. Conery, acting health commissioner, sent a telegram to Dr. Outley. at quarantine, yesterday, directing him to detain the Anchor line boat expected from New Orleans loaded with jate aod passengers; to fumi gate the baggage and allow the passengers, unless any who are sick, to come on to Sc. Louis. At No. 8 Morgan street are seven desti tute families from Memphis, In one or two rooms. They have no bedding of any des cription, and the women and small children are compelled to sleep on . the floor. It is doubtfu' whether these people have enough to eat, and something ought to be done tor them at once. The following Memphis arrivals are regis tered at the hotels : C. E. Morrow, R. M. Karris, J. B. Carpenter, at the Planters. Ben D. March, W. R Mullins, Thomas B.Coffey, at the St. James. W. B. Grobbs, at the Lin dell. J. M. Semmes and wife, at the Lac lede Bircher. Thomas B. Coffey and Ben D. Marsh at Hurst's. M. L. Biandy, husband of Mrs. Brandy, and father of the child Lizzie whj died of yellow-fever at the quarantine hospital, ar rived in the city yesterday from Memphis, which he left last Sunday night. He stated to a Globe-Dem icrai reporter yesterday that his wife had bad chills while in Memphis, but never had the yeltow-tever. He did not think she had the yeliow-fever now, and at tributed her illness to the privations she un derwent coming up on tbe Coahoma. He went down to the quarantine hospital yeeter day afternoon to see his wife. SOUND THEORIES. New York Herald, 27th: "If a man se verely injured by frost in some for-away northern clime should hasten by boat and rail to milder regions, and in the course of his flight reach this city, his arrival here would not cure him of the injuries the cold bad al ready inflicted, and in tbe heat of our sum mer weather he might die of the conse quences of those injuries to vital organs which the cold has brought about. But such a death would not furnish any ground for the opinion that other people who had not visited northern regions were likely to be affected in the same way that frcst-bite was to become epidemic here in July. Yet people who believe that there is danger of yellow fcver in this city' because a refugee in Memphis has died here give tEeir minds up practically to just such a belief. Joanna Brennen caught the yellow-fever in Memphis, came away with tbe disease in her system, and her arrival here did not prevent the full consequences of the derangements of tbe disease. Her northern journey could not save her. But even if we suppose that tbe elements from which the disease could be re produced were brought in her person or her garment, these elements do not find here the conditions in which they can thrive. If the hot period we had several days since were on as now as ordinary weather; if a tempera ture like that should persist for thirty days, then the yellow-fever might spread. Other wise its spread is simply impossible." Heetlax of the Hafety Committee. At a meeting of tbe committee of safety held at the Planters insurance building yes terday afternoon, tbe following business was transacted: After reading and adopting the minutes of the previous meeting the following resolu tions, offered by Kev. Dr. Boggs, were adopted : PUBLIC DECLARATION. Whirbas, Tbe committee of safety and the offi cial representatives of the Taxing District, have been informed tbrough tbe public prints ot the reso lution of a number of c tUens, chiefly If not alto gether of the colored race, to reject our plans for the common welfare, and of tbeir purpose to ap peal to tbe property owners of the city and to the public at large to sustain them In this course; there fore be It JiemiieJ, That we fully concede to these people the Inalienable right of thinking and of acting, un der the laws of the land, for tbelr own good. Jtexalvtd, That, at the same time, this committee Is constrained to testify that in all our plans we ara sincerely seeking tbe good of all our people, present and absent, colored and white. A'.w)wtf, That In forming camrs we are acting under the advlc- aud with the approbation of tho official representatives of Tennessee and of tbe United States, and that we have the hearty approval of tbe State and National boards ( f health In seek ing to check the progress of the fever by withdraw ing the population from the lnftcted localities. Kesotittt. That only by means of the camps is It posrlble for us to guard against tbe great evil of Idle people intruding Into tbe city to draw rations. Our men are too few to guard so wide an area as that covered by the town. And wben peoplq thus come into tbe Infected locality they will carry seeds of the disease with them all over Kctolvat, That In frainlng,as In carrying Into effect these plans, we make no unjust discriminations s gatntt colored men. Of our regular police force, now fut on night duty, one-third are colored men. All of the details made on volunteer companies for daylight seivloe are colored men. All tbe mllltla as yet placed by tbe governor under command ot Col onel Cameron are colored men. And the same sup plies are dealt out by the committee on charity to tbe sick In colored families as In white families, tbe books ot tbe committee being evidence cf the fact. Two representative colored men. Captains Glass and Brown, have seats In this committee. hfKilitU. In submitting such facts to the Judg menl of absent property-owners, and to the general nubile forluelr guidauce. we further testify that In making their choice between our policy and that of Ihe malcontents tbey must assume, as we think, a grave responsibility In keeping human life ex posed for lot g months to great peril tbey inuit count upon wasting a great prupoitlon of tbelr char ity on Idlers who sneak Into the town from aujacent points and they must not be surprised It numbers of those now engaged In relieving want and suffer ing shall. In despair, abandon their arduous work aad leave a misguided people to tbelr fate. titxnlixd. That In tbus expresstngourminds under a sense of duty to tne city and to the public, this committee would not wlh to utter one harsh or an gry word against a people misled, as we believe, by ambitious and uninformed leaders, who seein to prefer their own Imagined exaltation or profit to the best Interests of their followers. NOTICE TO ABSENTEES. On motiou of Rev. Dr. Hoggs,' a4 absentees having left servants in charge of their prop erty are requested to provide for them by sending money to tne servants uirecuy or through some of their friends. RATIONS FOR CAMP FATHER MATHEW. On mnlmn it was resolved to issue rations to Camp Father Mathew on the requisition of Colonel Cameron. COLORED PEOPLE IN CAMPS. The following resolution was offered by Captain James Glasp, colored, and adopted; Xenolocd, That the colored people be Informed tbrough tbe patters, that whenever they choose to form cirops, under the regulations already pre sctlbed, outside of the Infected l.-calltles, they will be supplied, on Colonel Cameron's requisition. Just as tbey are at Camp Marks, provided tbey be within reach of the commissary's depot at Camp Marks. ADJOURNMENT. On motion the committee adjourned, sub ject to the call of President Porter., EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETING. Tho executive committee met later in the afternoon, Dr. D. T. Porter presiding. On motion of Mr; Toaher,Marcus Jones; Esq., was added to the committee. Several bills were approved and orderded paid, after which an adjournment was had to four o'clock this afternoon (Saturday). Vontvale Spring. Monty alk Springs, July 25, 1879. To Our Guests and Anjooe Contemplating a Ylsl to Montvale: We learn there is a feeling of Uneasiness existing in regard to the Memphians who are at Montvale, or troni others who rnay arrive directly from the yellow fever city; and we learn that several of our guests, who have been leaving, have done so on that account, and we know of a large number of persons at different parts of ..the south who would have been with us know, dad who still desire to come, but for the tear of coming in contact with persons directly from Memphis. To all such we feel that, in justice to ourselves, it is our duty to bay that we have no persons here that have been exposed to the fever and have been out of Memphis less than ten days; we do not expect any arrivals directly frem Memphis, and if such persons should eom to Montvale, we will give them rooms outside' the grounds until a sufficient time shall have elapsed to make it perfectly safe to put them in the hotel, or in cott iges inside the grounds. But, as we said before, we do not anticipate' such arrivals, as we shall have from this time an agent in Knoxville, whose duty it shall be to see all parties from the south arriving in Knoxville, to solicit them to come to Mont vale; and should any parties directly from Memphis, or any other infected district, be found on their way to Montvale, they will be told that they will be put in quarantine a sufficient time to make it Bate for our guests who are here, or those who may be coming in, before they can take rooms in the hotel. We are induced to do this for the protection of our guests, as welt as for our own interest. We do not want it understood that we are afraid of Mempbiats or yellow-fever at Montvale, but as we have guests who are, feel that it is our duty to make them feel it ease. For ourselves, we know there cannot be half the danger at Montvale that exists in Knoxville, or at the different stations along the line of railroad in East Tennessee, where there are being unloaded almost daily from ten to one hundred Memphians, directly from the infected district and we hope our Knox ville friends, as well as others, will give this matter full consideration, and not act hastily in leaving Montvale, or in making up their minds not to come, for we assure you there is not the least particle of danger here, not near as much as in Knoxville, or along tne line of railroads at stations. WILSON 4 ANDERSON, Proprietors. Benson's Capcine Porous Plaster. Hear What the People Say. "The best, cheapest, safest and surest rem- edj ever offered an intelligent people." "An article of great merit, which will in a short time be found in every household." "Tbey are all that the manufacturers claim for them, whose name alone is a sufficient indorsement ot their genuine merits." "The best remedy known for all external d'fnculties or local dis Kiuruanuee. lucjr uia vikuiuub, icuiuiiuk almost instantly tne most violent pain ana ensuring a speedy cure." "I consider them a ereat and needed improvement over all other porous plasters; they give prompt relief and cure quickly; they are held in nigh es teem." "They are now preferred over all others." "They cure where other porous plasters simply relieve." " When suffering try them, and you will not be disappointed." Tho manufacturers were awarded the highest and oniy medal of merit given for rubber plasters at both the centennial and Paris ex positions. H or sale by all druggists. A'rice, 253. Do not take a common plaster. fine nf the (Greatest Luxuries Is a pure and fragrant toilet powder. To onr i TSTAl lady readers we recommend J. a tu. aiain son's rose, white rose and violet powder. The Sipre of ?rglll Bros. A Co. Will be open untu vfurther notice, under the management of G. H. D.-nison. J . Baxter & Co.'s Tobacco House Will remain open during the summer, and will pay prompt attention to orders tor to bacco and cigars. Physicians recommend Barrowea Lexing ton mustard as absolutely w.thout an equal. KHIKHTS OF HOXOB. DIAMOND LODGE, No. 583 Members of this lodge having failed to pay assesnie t No. 57, Issued July 4tn, are liable to be suspended from all benefits. It not attended to atones. Assessment No. 6S is als,o due August 1st. Prompt payment Is re quired to avoid being suspended. ty order JAMKS B. COOK, Acting Dictator. LTTTLiTOfr Pbnk, F Reporter. 2H0 Main street TAYJLOK & ARXOLD. WIN8 to prevalence of yellow-fever In Memphis, we will open a branch office in ST. LOUIS, Mo.. No. 224 North Commercial street, where we will be pleased to receive orders from all our old patrons and friends. OL'H HOlHR IN MEMFIIII will remain open as usual, under the supervision of j. K. urenan ana soiaru Any oruers seat w either house will be promptly attended to. TAYLOa ARNOLD. A aPLRMIMVOPPOKTIIXITYTOWrN A yORTUNE. EIGHTH ORAND DISTRIBUTION, CLASS H, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY, AU OUST 12. 1879 111th Monthly Drawing. Louisiana State Lottery Company, This Institution waa regularly Incorporated by tne Legislature of the State for Educational and Charita ble Duroosee In 18HH. for the term of Twentv-tive Tears, to which contract the Inviolable faith of the State is pledged, with a capital or si.uou.ikju, to wni,-ii it nas since aaaea a reserve runa oi s-ro,' onn. It lirand Minsrle Number IMntrlbu- tlom will take place monthly on the second Tues day. It never scale or postpones. a.ook at tne ioi- lowlng Distribution: CAPITAL PBIZB. $30,000. 100,000 TICKE TS AT TWO DOLLARS EACH. HALF-TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR. I.HT OK PR1ZK9. 1 Capital Prize $80,000 1 Capital Prize 10,000 1 Capital Prize 5,000 2 Prizes of $2,500 5,000 6 Prizes of 1,000 5,000 20 Prizes of 600 10,000 100 Prizes of 100 10,000 200 Prizes of 60 10,0( 0 500 Prizes of 20 10,000 1000 Prizes of 10 10,000 APPBOXIMATIOlf FRIZES: 9 Approximation Prizes of $800 2,700 H Approximation Prizes of 200. 1,800 9 Approximation Prizes of 100 900 1857 Prizes, amounting to $110,400 Responsible corresponding agents win ted at all prominent points, to whom a liberal compensation will be paid. Application ferrates to clubs should only be made to the Home office in New Orleans. Write, clearly stating full address, for further In formation, or send orders to 91. A. 1AU1H1N, P. O. Box a. New Orleans. Lav, or to No, 0 West Court street. Memphis. Tennessee. AU our Grand Extraordinary Drawings are under the superviston and management of GENERALS a. T. BEAUREGARD and JUBAL A. EARLY. TURETIF IEBB JUST llKCKJLVKD BY R. 6. Craig & Co 37V MAIN ST. Star Cotton Gin. WE are prepared to furnish this reliable Gin at low prices. Special rates to cash customers. Repairing done with neatness ai.d dispatch. Address A. HURT 4 HHP.. Hermantown.tTenn. lKCKIil 10.N FKKK. lAOK THB SPEEDT CURE of Seminal Weakness, t? Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on by ludlscretlon or exoeca. Any druggist has the Ingre dlontA, DR. JAQUIS ft CO., 13Q West dixin atreat. Ctucln natl raS-3 Ior ITou, Madam, Whoso complexion betrays some humiliating imperfec tion, whose mirror tells yon that yon are Tanned, Sallow and disilgnred in countenance, or have Eruptions, Kedness, Roughness or unwholesome tints of complexion, ve say tise Hagan's Magnolia Balm. , It is a delicate, harmless and delightful article, produdiig the most natural and entranc ing tints, the artificiality of which no observer can detect, and which soon becomes per manent if tho Slagnolia Balm is judiciously used. Change of Bank Hours OWING td the prevalence of yelldw-fever and In ability to retain sufficient help, the undersigned banks, until further notice, will at 11 m.ut. ana eleae at- 1 p.m. UNION AND PLANTICKS BANK, By 8 P. Read, Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, By w. w. Thacher, Cashier. BANK OF COMMERCE. By it. A. Omberg, Cashier. STATE NATIONAL BANK. Fy Samuel A. Taylor, Ass't Cashier. PERMAN. NATIONAL BANK, By T. H. Mllburn. President . The Brown Cotton Gin. Oleaaa tfce Sea better, Tlumm TJrhter, G Im Ftr, and mta lw wney than nny other l la the mar ket. ery machine fully and iecailr raarlintced. These machines are made of the best maferlnls, and the workmanship and finish are nnexccUea. Has been awarded premiums at all the State Fain, Georgia, Alabama, Texas, etc, etc Price List ot Gins, Feeders and Condensers. Payable daring the Cotton Season. I IfJI 1 '.-SlbTH SiSl. IRS XraiS .W53r1 Sin. PlMrfOM. Vlf-Keedins Al- ull,,ll,d Ci "30 Saw I i ' $ 97.50 $i20.(X) 3i " 67.64 113.75 140.00 40 " 100.(0 130.00 160.0 45 " 110.00 141.75 173.25 60 " 120.00 , 152-60 18S.00 60 130.00 176.00 202.00 70 140.00 1S2.00 23UO 80 " 160.00 208.00. 25C.U0 Boxed ready for shipment and delivered at onr factory. Special terms to cash purchasers, bend for circular containing testimonial from over two hundred Uve planters, who bought and used our machines last season. From 1P-13 to 1858 we manufactured Gins at Col mnbus, Georgia, under tbe firm nsmeofE. T.Tat lor & Co., afterwards Clixosi, Bbowtt & Co., and mado what was then known ss the Teylor Gin. During the year 1558 we removed to this L.4 where we hare been exclusively engaged in manu facturing Gins ever since. Withlong experience, the bestlabor saving machinery, and skiUed work men, wo possess advantages not enjoyed by any ther manufacturer In on line fox producing the ist work for the least l "oncy. Presses, Engines and complete Cltfit furnished when desired. Addres JalVJ COTTOX U1N CO.. Kw I.oodan. Conn. Dr. A. H.VO OHHIES Oculist and Aurist, No- HO 'fJonrt street, lflemphiw. iriKUlHlA FkMALK IMMT1TUXK. w mraslss, Vlrstlala. The H5tn Annual session win commence Septem ber 1 0. 1 X7. with a thorough organization and Its usual full corps of Instructors. Buildings and grounds are spacious and furnished with every mod ern convenience ana comicn. mo nmniarj ar rangements are verv comulete and successful Unsurpassed advantages In Music, Modern Lan guages, and full course ot icngiisn, etc Extravagance in all Its forms, constantly dls couraged Tkhmh Board, furnished room, heatlne by Steam. (In. Washlns. seat In Church. Physician's fee. and tuition In lull course of English, Calesthenlcs, Elo cution In Classes, Latin or elementary French, for Session of 40 weeks 45 MikIr. etc. extra. &Summer Board, with a light Vacation course or study ror 1 upus oniy. For Catalogues, address REV. R. H. PHILLIPS, Rector. July. 1879. 10A FRIEDMAN BROTHERS. tIn consequence of yellow-fever prevailing In Memphis, we have removed our force, books, etc, to ST. LOUIS, HO., where we will be prepared, within ten days, with a large stock of Boots etxx3. SlaoGB, now on the way from the East, to nil all orders with our usual promptness. Our friends and customers will, until further notice, address us at St, Louis, Ho. FRIEDMAN BROTHERS. FANCY DYEiMS. Dress Goods, hhawl. PiJks and CltHtiing dyed in desirable colors ; Crape Veils Ityed. DRY GLEANING. Dresses 111 all fabrics cleaned without ripping or removing 'he trimming. The iuot elaborate party and theatrical dresnes ate thus elegantly cleaned. WM. It. TE ASI ALK, 885 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O4 gt-rt ioo.I- r.'turn-l bv -xyr-s- -rt-m(ly ptu-keii. P ATA PISCO IXSTITUTK. MISS SARAH N. RANDOLPH, of Edge Hill, Vir ginia. Principal This well-known School for Toung Ladles and Children will be reopened Sep tember lKin. it oners unusual faculties ior a nn lshed education. For circulars, address the Princi pal, Patapsoo Institute Klllcoti city, Md. 19IPO&TANT INSURANCE NOTICE. OFFICE PLANTSBS INSURANCE CO.. J Mkmphis, Trnn., July 19, 1879. AU policies expiring In the Planters Insur ance company aunng tne epiu ;nicwui 00 renewed unless otherwise instructed. O. D. RATNE, Secretary. SUMMERRESORT! PUT-IN-BAY ISLAND.LAKE ERIE i?f!ITBsittrrrani BEEBE SOUSE, II. BEEBE PROPRIETOR. ISBT Now open for Summer Season. - teer- Flrst-csass In appointments. t&r- Accommodation for Four Hundred, mr-Fine Fishing. Drives, Boating, Bathing, etc Hops every evening. 1 t&r- The popular price of $14 per week; $2 50 per day transient. Send for circular. M.GAVIN&GO HAVING temporarily close our store In conse quence of tbe prevailing unpleasantness, our address, until further notice, will be care ot Messrs.C. & W. M'Clean,St.Louis, Missouri. M. GAVIN A CO. "IVIUKKH NOTICr. Office or Tin Pinntus Insuranck Company. I Memphis. July 9. 1879. ( AT a meeting of tbe Board ot Directors of this company, held this day, a semi-annual divi dend of five (6) per cent, upon the capital stock was declared. D. T. PORTER. President, u. D, RAUix.tSecrotaix, TtoE Ml mine 3'S CLOSED FOR THE PRESENT. EEPOSITOR3 L who have not withdrawn tbelr funds will be paid y the Bank cf Commerce upon application, as funds sufllcient have been deposited for that pur p: se. Ail notes and eollec'loiis and other business appertaining to tbe Emmtt Bank will have atten tion at the Bank of Commerce THUMAi r loll Kn, ne'uieni. JJ.BlSlf k Ci HAVE removed tbelr entire stock to Kerrvlllei, on M. and P. R R., and nntil river and rail communication with Memphis Is again restored, will conduct business at that point. Later on, should the wants ot nur customers require It, a branch office will be established at Louisville or elsewhere. Our friends and Customers will pi as address us at Memphis, as neretotore. . .. Cathartic Pills Combine ihe choicest cathartic principles) in medicine, in proportions accurately ad justed to secure activity, certainty, and uniformity of effect. They are the result of years of careful study and practical ex periment, anil are the most effectual rem edy yet discovered for diseases, caused by derangement of the stomach, liver, and bowela, which require prompt nnd effectual treatment. AtEr's 1'n.i." are specially ap- Slicable to tiii.-i cluss of diseases. They act irectly on the digestive flint assimilative processes, and restore regular healthy ac tion. Their extensive use by physicians in their practice, and by nil civilized nations, is one of the mnny proofs of their value as tt safe, sure, nnd icrfectly reliable purgative medicine, licing compounded of the con centrated virtues of purely vegetable sub stances, they arc positively free from calo mel, or anyinjm-io;is properties, and can be administered to children with perfect safety. Atek's Pills are an effectual cure for Constipation or Costiveness, Indiges tion, Oyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Koul Stomach and Ilreatli, Dizziness, Headache, JjOss of -Memory, Numbness, ltiliousness, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Kruptions and kiii Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors, 'Worms, Neuralgia, Colic, Oripes, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Oout IMIes, Disorders of the Liver, and all other diseases resulting from a disordered state of the digestive apparatus. As a Dinner Pill they have no equal. "WTiile gentle in their action, these Pilu are the most tborongli ami searching cathar tic that can lie employed, and never give pain nnless the bowels are inflamed, and then their influence is healing. They stimu late the appetite and digestive organs; they operate to purify and enrich the blood, anc, impart renewed health and vigor V the whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aye; 6l Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. SOU BT AIX SRUSOISTS ITIRTWHIKI. JOHN WALSH, TTxa.c3Lo3rtEilx.ox, 341 Second Street, neap Corner Union 27 Court Placs, LOUISVILLE, KY.. A rfcnUr.r educxti-d nd lonlW qualified t-hrricimn mat tbm most utx'etAful, m IiiJ pruciice wili ptvTC. Curei all formsof PRIVATE, CHRONIC aud SXUAIi DIS EASES. , , Spermatorrhea, and J m potency, ' thcrfoit nf Hf-r.in iii youth, wwal eicvuei la -c-turw cam. or nih-v entires, aud iimit-.-it: wr of tbe fot Wiring "flfetf: Xernju.-n'. f'-miti.! Kii'iswn (tight tmia Hfa. Lt ir i:nu-iMor fc ich. Defective IMw . J .hy :--mlD'cT. riuijltei i'--, A cr;n U Society tl "".! :, Co.fa-aoD of Mca., of fecul loer. rcDOfr.nj TQr riacv imj.;rvti"r or uahapn, r thorough It nl it-iia t. n;!T cur -J. SI'PHII-IS po-i'-J 111,1 ti-i-Ir rrri-.i frrrrn t?i4 rstcia; GOBOrrhCft, GL-T. Strieiure, )rchiti, Hfrn.. ioe k.kym, . f li.i ar,j ,,iUKt private di easfs quicklj fured. It t i-eKl.Mt tbit j.hy sfcUn rhojya rcilnrtkni tc oer:ai; cio of lUpajes, ni tru'tir tlK)uui4t tina-ae-iairr sr-it swL Ptivsk-ian Jiuo-iiirifci9 fact often ri nmoQil pci .m in bit Cmn. U hot U iuc.n ventral H Tiiit te vr.w ft-r Taiurnt, writ-nwciB bo cat prirsbuj a'. aii ;r mail ot: exfre am where Cures Guaranteed in all Casei undertaken. . . Cw)ii-ti .! !rnjll or letter fte and iDTned. Charges rcaauasv. aud ovrrcpoudeace nricUy conti iTiUis. PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of aOJ pares, - nt w any address, avcurelT aealed, for thirty 'M-. eenta. tUtoukl te' read bv ali. A44reu as aOc - J, ho'ift frr'Ti m . M. Xi. P. M. P".(twi 8m? And Sacking for Cotton-Pickers. WE offer for sale a large lot of these choice goods, at low rHtes. and in quantities to suit Durchaers. viz: READY-M 4DK SaCK3. 8. 41 and tl feet long: and tbe SACKING br th jard, bolt or bale. wuiinnLti a huuuiiis, Cemmlssion Merchants, , " No. 838 Front street, Avents for the Manufacturer. BIG SPRING HOTEL, "DIG SPRING DKPOT. VA , Atlantic, Miss, and LJ Ohio Knllrofl'l. I nave reoucea mj rates 01 board from 3(25 to 40 per month. Half-prloe fol on I la re n and colored servants. JOHN SUMPTER. Proprietor. Murphy & Murphy. Gtneral Insurance A cents. Are temporarily located at Knoxville. - - - - Tennessee. LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN FOR THESUMMER. rpHE Natural Biidge Bouse, Lookout Mountain, Is . in oeiier inm uiau ever. rra'.uuooiiuiunii beata waters. Fare unsurpassed. A new Bowllna alley and Ballroom Just now completed; Swings, Croquet grounds. Everything, In fact, tnat can con tribute to neaitn ana pleasure supniiuu. Auure-s A. R. THOMAS, Chattanoaga, Tetin. Pa.KAt.AMT ilOJI It -During the summfli months tn Valley of Virginia, near rtatura, Bridge, at S15 to S18 per month. Apply to Mrs jUiLt ii. HUUslun, ingwooa. ncKonage oiwinij Va. Reference Rev. Jobu b. f arte, uoiivar. renn To Policy Holders. Optics Hernando Ins. Co., Memphis, July 19, 1879. THE policy holders of this company are hereby nolllled that all policies expiring during tbe mevaiencn of vellow-fever will be renewed unless otberwl.se Instructed. Applications for marine ship ments sbould be made as u-ual. All communica tions addressed to me at MARION, VA.. will receive prompt attention. K. M NELSON. Sec'y. TIPTON FEMALE SEMINARY, ' COV1SWTOS. IRHil, rpHK Fall Session will begin on Tuesday, August I (J, 18VH; Ii". U. HUL.31 F3. mildlM!!, UNITED STATES AND ROYAL MAIL 8 1 EAMSB3, New fork to Oiresstown A Liverpool Every Xhursdat or Saturday. City of Berlin, 5491 tons. City of Montreal,4490tns City of Richmond, 4007 City of Brussels, - 8775 City of Chester. - 4ftrt City or New York;, - 8500 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, largest and fastest on the Atlantic, and have every modern improvement, Including hot and cold water and electric belis In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bath and smoMng-rooms, barber shops, etc For rates or passage and other informa tion, apply VO JUtl 01 U. LIAlib, &KBI11. 01 orutUlWOJ, riew s one. or to ini'n, r loma, Vmmnl Rank. Wmnhl. F1 r. v n. nmaju. r-j , , ... Rnniitifiiiw located on Long Island Sound, at the mouth of the Connecticut river. Easy of access from New York by boat or cars. All tbe attractions of a first-class watering place; rooms large, well ven tltateri. and llehted with eus throughout. Milk and cream from cows kept upon tbe place. For further Information and circulars, please address juoiei Berkeley, Boston, Mass.. until June 15th. Open June WHITE CLIFF AND MOUNTAIN HEALTH RESORT MONROE CO., EAST TEJiJT. THI3 celebrated summer resort for health and pleasure. Is situated on top of tbe Chllhowee .mountains, sixieeu oiiira wumom. muuo a noint nn the K. T.. Va. and Us. R. R. Tbe Hotel and Springs are at Bn elevation ot 3000 teet above sea level tbeing anoveaew puimi. iu bothdij is iinaiimut The Hotel onen for the reception ot guests Ktrfetof J one. Visitors can obtain round tilp tickets. Ially line of stages ana mail from Mouse Creek. A telegraph line has been erected from Mouse Creek to tbe Springs since last season, Ofllce ana Hotel. Improvements have been made forraimrnrt and flnnvenlence of guesta. tv Round-trip Tickets lrom Memphis to Mouse Creek and return SI 8 HO. For further Information, pamphlets, etc., address J. H. MAU1L.L, rroprieior. Mouse Creek and White Cliff Springs. WM. FRANK & CO. UB STORK IS OPEN, and will con tin u to r J main in dmlna the prevailing sIcknesM. Mr HENkY WADK has charea cf tbe store, ano will attend to all orders whlob may be Intrusted to us. WJff. riULHl & CO., 819 Main, Seai ess mm LEUBRIE BROS. NEW STORE, S61MAIH REMOVAL. Oar felewdnawd rastcmrrs will pleawn take notice) that we hv removed onr headqartr to . A.oalw. Hfc, WDrre we will wo m t t.roeery sntl Commission Hiilmi. 1'artlcB ladebted to nm will flease eall and. settle as early bji newaible aad those ItavlOC eiSansagBian ns win n paid en preseatsiloa. All order, seat na shall hive the beat atteottoa, aad lowest market price, catraateed. Att- Arrns P As. n.nlt;itAiiu"vn mt-v. JolySe tH19. Ht. l eolsi. Mo. Notice. ALL paper dua by us, and maturing during yet-low-fever, will be paid at Bank of Commerce. Memnhis. All communications sbould be addressed to No. 107 Pine street, St- Louis. Mo. THUS. n. a ll' n a. v- Trustee's Sale. BT virtue ot a deed of trust made to me, as trus tee, on tbe 80th day of September. 1871. by r n Mniinw nii Kiien p. Mollov. and recorded In book No. 82. page 207. in the office of the Register of Shelby county, 1 enn.. to secure the debt therein named, I will sell, to the highest bidder, at public sde, for eash. at the southwest corner of Main and Monroe streets. In Memphis or the Taxing-district In Shelby county, xenn., on Toeilty. Aacnat IS. 187. at i n vi nek m . or within fifteen minutes thereat ter, the lollowlng described leal eetate, being in Memphis. 6helby county, Tenn., clstlngulsbed tn .niH riMwi nf tniKt m ft "lot or nareel of land, with Improvements, situate lying and being in toe city or Memnlus.eountv and State aforesaid, nsrt of block No. 67, In original country lot No. 483. on the south side of Ur ion stieet, beginning at a point about 240 feet east from tbe Junction of Union and Second s'reets; thence west wltbtbe south side of Union street 89 feet, more or less; thence south 200 feet to an al ley ; thence east with said alley about 89 feet ; thence north 200 feet to tbe beginning, tb. begin ning point In this description and the east boundary ot said lot will extend to and Include tbe middle of the division wall ot the double-tenement brick rei riennea eonveved bv Joseph R. Williams to said D. B, Molloy and C W. Fackler, respectively, said 101 ana premises being tbe same convened by said Williams tn irt n R Mnllo. bv deed dated November 1 5. 18H0. and recorded In the Reg'ster's o(nc of Shelby county, In book 47, page 20." -menus to aaia property la believed to be good, but I convey only as trustee. J. W. CLAPP. Trustee. SWEET I HAT! CVI I- ra Ckrail gEsvl Tolacco Awarded light rW t Ontenntal g?0" Ik,., chewinm qvalLiv mud mtBausmd T"?tl-Zl arter of ncUmUg ttjid Jatori:g. Th brat trt-r m.rle. A oor bio. strf? mUe-mtk ta cHuoty - kaitwed on Inferior good. Uit Jnetm'm Bt oc otott plnfi;. Sold by .11 deslem wn l rer MinjMik. free, to C. A. Jicuon A Cc. Mfm- fobnr. C.B.CARTER&Co rriHE house of C R Carter 4 Co. stands closed un- I ... . . . I ..11 . , AAn. in Dusmess can uts nxsuuiou iu iaii. .'i wiu munlcallons, care of Bartte & Cochran, bt. Louis, will have prompt attention. JOHLNJLIL.llY. I HAVE closed my store for the present, owing to yellow-fever. In a few days (as soon as located) 1 snail correspond wnu my menas ana c is vomers. JOHN LILLY. Memphis. Tenn. Elmo Lodge. THIS favorite summer resort, situated twelve miles from St. Paul, is now open for business First-class accommodations for three hundred guests. Ftve trains each way daily. Bithlnghouses. steam, row and sailboats. Electric lights, and all Uie modern Improvements for the healtn and com fnrt or tniirlnta. m Bates 82 50 per day, and from S10 to f 12 per week. tutu u. ouiuuu, (late ot Menu his). Manage!1, Dissolution. THE firm of W. B. Galbreatb 4 Co. is this day dis solved by limitation; W. J.Crawford retiring. W. B. Galbreatb and J. M. Fowlkes will ontlnue the business as heretofore, nnder the same firm style and name, at No. 11 Union street, where, until further notice, Mr. Crawford can be found. Grateful for past favors, a continuance of the same Is re spectfully tolleited. W. B. GAJ-BREATH. J. M. FOWLKEd. W. J. CRAWFOHD. Memphis. Tenn-July 1. 1879. Zinc-Iron Disinfectant rpHK disinfectant can be obtained, free of cost, at J the following places: w. N. wilkerson 4 Co., 834 Main street. A. Renkert. 120 Main street. W. M. Slmms. 195 Poplar street. Battler 4 Co., 1 20 Beale strett W. B. SafTord 4 Co.. 189 Hernando street, J. C. Zehrtng, rU2 Sbelby street. M. H. Knox, cor. Second and Greenlaw streets. M. A. M'Hugh. 800 Madison street. Hessen 4 Co., 220 Poplar street. BCLEH FtK IMSPEX8IX. Dispense It only to adults. The amount to be dis pensed Is not to exceed 24 ounces, one wine botue, or equivalent quantity. If more Is deemed neces s try, application must to made to tbe Secretary, who will give his order for the same, which will be honored by those In charge ot disinfectants. Wben tbe supply Is getting low. those in charge of disinfectants wtU at once notify the Secretary w that the supply may never fail. JOHN A. DENIE, Manufacturer ct the Celebrated Alabama Lime HAS FOR SALE 1500 fori Rosendale Cement. 2000 brls Iionisyille Cement, 500 brls riater laris. Brick, Hair, etc 353 FKONT STREET DnJFROW any.- 01 nut AHU Blind.BWduir. Itchinicpr Ulw rated WUili Oku llellingV Pile Jteiiiedy fnilfl to cunt, Oivea iiumedir.l. relief, cun4 caFi-i of odk stand ing ia 1 week. ordinary ca-wj in 3 days. St bfttl". Sold by nil drojoriMs. J. P. Mrt-UR, M.U 418 Snrnca Rt..Ptaiia.. Pa.. Sola Proprietor. Advice free in all dinosoos. Call or wnta. IAIJTION ITrorwr OH bottle U yrTImm printed a. W. JONES 4 CO.. Agents. 257 Main street. J.T. Fargason & Co. OWING to the prevalence of yellow-fever we have doted our store in Memphis. Will open onr office In tiU Louis about August 1st. IW Letters addressed to cs at St. Louis will re ceive prompt attention. J. T. FABGASON 4 CO. DR. ROBERT E. RICHARDSON, OFFICE : RESIDENCE : 17S Mala street, 70 Alortta nrib. Ht MEMPHIS. CHELSEA. Refers, by permission, to Judge H. T. Ellett, Major Niles Meriwether, Rev. R. H. Mahon, Mr. F. W. 8hr rill, Rev. E. M. Richardson. Rev. Wm. E. Boggs, D.D Dr. A. A. Burl-son, Mr. EL K. Clarke, Mr. R. ii. Craig, Rev J. N. Waddel, D.D. Calls left at GoodyearTs Drug Store will have prompt attention. Pratt Cottoi-Giiis! DURING THE PREVALENCE OF YELLOW fever In Memphis, Our Office will be at St. Louis, where we have a stock of Pratt Cotton-wins, and can fill all orders promptly PRATT HIN CO. NOTICE. ALL policies of Insurance expiring with tbe Home Insurance Company of Memphis during the prevalence ot yellow-fever, will be renewed at expiration, unless otherwise ordered. I can be ad dressed at NASHVILLE, and communications will receive prompt attention. R. P. BOLLING. BeCy. lMPOlXTANT INSURANCE NOTICE MxMPBis, July 21, 1871. TvTJRLNa the epidemic, the ofllce of the PLANTERS lKtsCBAKCJE CO. will be at M MINNVILLK, TENN. All communica tions addressed to me there will reaetve prompt at. teuUoQ. , D. UAJLM&, Becreiarf, Owing to the prevalence of yellow-fever at present In onr midst, we liave opened a lions e at No. 317 N. Fifth & 508 where we will be pleased to snd patrons. Our House in Memphis will Remain Open,, as usual, under tbe supcrvls'on of Mr. C. 35undlnger. fifEMCTCIl! DDnTUCRV LEMMON HCCCKHOK- XO JOYNEE, LEMMON & GALE, WHOLESALE Nos. 326-328 ME3IPH18, ::::::;: TENNESSEE. o r-9c- Wo imrA in aAra nni urn rpce! vim a larrre unci com plete MTOCIv OP F -'aa ttOOl1!, the lowest marked rates. It. Lk HKAl'HAll K. K- 9 ITo. 116 Uortli Commercial St. ST- LOUIS. July 28, 1879. o-s-t.. oio Ir tn tinnnlv our cutuiers Int the country quarantined against Memphis, L,oui, from which we can ship Groceries to any pan 01 inecoun try. All orders will receive prompt attention. Our JJlemphls house will be closed till further notice. PI I..B1K4CHAJM fcCO. FULiEll, BURT (SUCCESSOKS TO SLEDGE, Bclil CO.) Grocers. Conon Factors And Ccxnmisslon Mercliants, Nna. 371 and 373 MalM HtrccU MgtpliiH. Tenn. in WHOLESALE GROCERS, COHON FACTORS Nos. 356 sal 358 Front St., jlemphis, Tenn, Stewart Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants. New Orleans, Louisiana. A. 1. IKfADntXl. 1 a M M a v. H I, AMI 1 AJLl UW sL iJL r(3UCCE3SOR3 TO A. & T3EADWELL 4 SI103.) ' Wholesale Gjocers and Cotton Factorsr. No. 11 Union. Street, 91eniiiliis, Tenn. Hr-CorLslgaments ot Cotton solicited and Liberal inn, as well as that consigned t o 1 1 WHOLESALE HILL Boots, Shoes an Will retain their stock of goods here, bnt will ship from Boston to St,L,onisan entirely FRESH NTviCK. where ttcy will be pleased. to receive orders from their patrons for nnytli in g in tlieirline. HILL.E0NTAIE&C0 318 N. COMMERCIAL STREET. COR. LOCUST. ST. LOUIJ, 3Io., July 23, 1S70 We have opened a house for the transaction of business in this city, at 31S .North Commercial street, corner of .Locn.r, at which place onr' correspondents will please add, ess n. Onr store in Memphis will remain open ai long; as possible, bnt we ffar we will be unable to serve our friends from that point for some time, in consequence of quarantine. Address all your communications to us here. Respectfully, HILU FOXTAISK A (U CHICKASAW HANDLE & IiIVERSXGKE. Prop's, 98 Second St., opp. JSSarket Square, JTIempliis. Hoaae Kront., Wrought and Cast Fencing, all kled Iron and Brass OmtlBr. Cotte FrrsHra. Gln-iearlng Pulley., tthaltlasr. Bolta. Pile and Klttlnifs, Brsnj .oedH, Gov ernors, Emrtnes, general Krnalrs. and ever thine In line of Kosoory or Uaelilne-anop Work. MKI KOK 11,1,1 WTH4TKII (UKHHI 100 CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Plats and Quarts.) T aristeat fhampngiM Imported. lOO CASES ItEEirS fifLT-EDGE TONIC. 100 CASKS OF GUSNESS'S STOUT-Pints. 100 Casks Allsopp's AlePints and Qts. , All Direct from Abroad Our own fnporttas. WE HAVE BESIDES COKSTANTLY ON HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK Ot STRAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, At LOWEB PRICES then ever before offered In this Market. B. J. S BUMES & CO. Hardvare, Cutlery, Guns, Iron, TOOLS AND AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Cotton tains. Cotton Presses, Faught Deerinz IIorse-Kn sines, Sorghum Hills and atiraporator. Itradford's .rlwt-.T2 ills Cider-Mills Mtt-ain Ilachluery and Flttinss Hose nnd J'ackins, itnbber and Leather Ueltinj:, A FILL LINK OK IKON-PIPE. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO 310-312 Front Street, jlcninlii, Tenn. BP 'a - 510 Locust Sts., recIve orders fioru our friendA 2 IILIEO GALE, I PiASN STREET, which we oQer to the trade at i,r;Tis; ttA;ilA.1I. J. It, PO.TOM. we hare opened a house in Ht.. ON nmvmTPs im 19 1 GO 00 0TJAT1WT3TT P-Pf Pin Is VV iiliSi vL i . Advances made on same. All Cotton Insured while In bv rw- unlw othw'.e In.lnirtxi SEALERS IN ITGHELL d Hats IRONWORKS