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EDA APJPEATL. 11 JiJ J ESTABLISHED 1S40. MEMPHIS, TENN., SATTJKr)A.YvA.XJGTJST ?33, 1879. VOU.. XXVIII-mTMBER 195 TM ISD1CATIOSS. Special to the Appeal. Wa-hhinutos, P. c, August 231 am. Fcr Tennfff and the Ohio valley, cloudy and rvixy tce.ither, friiU u-ituit, mostly from northern to tSuthwest, stationary or falling ttmiteruturn or larotmfer. METKOKOL.OUICAL. KEPOBT. Time. B.v. ther Wind. JJ"n Weather. 7:00 a.m. 2I:j 7 8.E. Fair. "S.-00 p.m. HI B W. Cloudy. V.iK) p.m. I'll Hrt 72 K U. rain. Minimum ttmrmnmttter, 72 Ueg. Halnfnll. .1;) iccues. F. It CHINN. 'Civilian and Assistant, in charge of Station. 'KATHKK OUMRKVATIOHS, Was Dkp't. Riesr. Skrvtck. n. 8. A rut, Kkiijat. August tiJ. 1871, 10O8 p.m. Vines or 0)rtlHI. B:ir. Thef. Wind. Dir. I Fores. Weath er. Fresh. Brisk. Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. L'gbt. Brisk. Fresh. Fresh. Fresh. Hy. rain Lt. rain. Fair. Fair. Cloudy. Lt rain. Clear'g. II F. rain Lt. ruin Lt rain Walveitton... Indl.in-l:t.. Louisville.. Memphis... Nashville ... New Orlen HUrHTpport.. Vlrlmliiinr. . Little Hocfc..j ,, . F. H. CHINN. Cinilan nod Assistant, In cbargsot Station, THK H1THATIO.V. According to the official reports fur niched from the books at the health office, tip to sx o'clock yesterday afternoon the day's work of the fever footed up nine new cases and seven deaths. The total of new cases up to that hour is six hundred and sixty-three, and of deaths, one hundred and t;ihfy-four. Ot the new cases fire are white and four colored. Of the deaths, eeren are white and none colored. Under takers reported a!sa four deaths from the fever outside the city limits, and seven from other causes. Our report contain twelve addi tional new case) reported by the Howard phy sicians, but not to the beard of health, mak ing an aggregate of twenty-one new cases re ported 1 c-ittitdny. These will perhaps appear in the cflieial reports to-d:iy. The condition, though apparently so, is not favorable, from the fact that the disease is spreading slowly bat surely to every part of the city, and shows no sign of abatement until the last unacclimalei cit'zn bai been captured. The only really favorable aspect presented is the small proportion of deaths to the number of new cases daily teportcJ. The weatLer con ditions last night were decidedly unfavorable, and at this writ n there are no eviiences of a change for the better. Sevekal Memphis rot u gees are reported stricken with the fever at Starkeville, Missis sippi. The mayor of that town yesterday telograpbed Dr. II. W. Mitchell for instruc tions as to what to do for them. The Na tional board of health at Washington was promptly notiGed, and Dr. Wirt Johnson, of Jackaon, Mississippi, was ordered to that point. ' Notwithstanding the New Orleans dis patch printed eUewhere denying that yelkiw fever is spreading in that city. Dr. R. W. Mitchell received t tibial notification from the headquarters of the National board of health, at Washington, yesterday, announc ing that the disease is spreading. Hasn't New Orleans kept the secret about as long as it will keep? Du. II. W. Mitchell states that there is no truth in tho allegation by tha St. Louis Times-Journal that he "takes a gloomy view of tho future of Mem phi?." On the contrary, he said and has never held any other opin ion, that within thirty days after the abate ment of the present epidemic, as has been the case in all previous visitations, one will hardly no tic j the effect in the commercial in terests of this city. D:'. Mitchell says that in conversation with press representatives and the people Reno, ally, he has spoken of the present dcp'&rab'e condition of affairs, but as ti the future of Mem; his he coincides exactly with the views expressed by the Times- Journal in the editorial which has placed "him in such an improper position before his own people. lie believes that when one merchant moves his establishment from the city, two stand ready to step into his place to reap the rich commercial advantages which Memphis poseesset, had will always possess, even if epidetni.-s should invade her borders year after year. The following pen-picture of the present deplorable condition of affairs in this city is trom the editoiul columns of Wednesday's St. Louis Times-Journal: "There is some thing peculiarly touching in the condition of Memphis since rcsoiting to tbe interior work of isolation. Uelore this step was taken she was practically isolated from the world. By a strange and inscrutable decree, she alone of the cities has to buttle with the fearful foe Whoever left ber limits was viewed wherever he went with dread and suspicion, and no one was invited to go thither. No lumbering . wains, no tides of busy humanity flow through her thoroughfares; only the mourners go about the streets. I he steamers on tbe broad river sweep up and down by her dead marts, only marked by weary, longing eyes. The thundering echoes of the iron horse do not reach the ears of her saddened children. Now wherever tbe p- stik'ncs has struck a victim the yellow fl tg hangs out, and only physician, nurse, spiritual comforter, can go in ad out on their sad but useful cfli jes. No assemblies, no sounds of iniith at eveutide, days of quiet and nights of death-like stillness, no labor save ministering to the sick and burying the dead. The picture ot the beleaguered city is full of sadness, but full of heroism, and in its terrible but needed isolation tbe heart of humanity everywhere beats warmly for it." Tiik four or five hundred colored people sent from tbe south to view the Kansas "landscape o'er," arrived in East St. Louis Wedneji'ay nioruin?, returning to their homes. While awaitinir the hour of de partora of their train for C iiro. a colored doctor from St. Louis, cays the Post-Dispatch of WednesJay, who name could not be learned, mounted a box and delivered short speech exhorting the colored people to remain in the south, and to exert all the infla ence in their power to have all whom they may com) in contact with to do likewise. He said that Le bal Ion studied the subject, and tho result was that he was convinced that too souta was mo noma ot the negroes in this country, and -that they should remain there at all hazards. Ho said that he was well known to many of his hear ers, having spent a large portion of his life in the southern States, and was wrapped up heart and soul in the welfare of his people. If the wbHes become dissatisfied with affairs in the south and move to other regions that was no reason why tho colored people should follow their txample. The south was their place, and under any circumstance they should live there. By industry they would succeed, and in a short space of time be able to purchase from the white people the lands 2liH:ii 71 8.W. 1 ?!. 7.1 w. Hit f7 1 H'4 N. 2tH1 Hi) 8. 2!tK; 72 E. 2tl.H2 T S. I 81 S K. 2i.fi4 71 N.B. JIMI7 7H K. 74 N.K. they at present possess. At the conclusion of the address the large crowd gathered about the speaker, cheered him heartily and con vinced lookers-on that I they coincided with his views on the subject. . -. Thb Louisville Courier-Journal's Wash ington special correspondent explains, in some details ratber mixedly, all about Mr. Johnson's resignation from the State board of health, as follows: - "Dr. John Johnson, of Memphis, lately an inspector of the National board of health, whose resignation was an nounced by the Associated Press dispatches a few days since, bad telegraphed to the board that if they could not show more efficiency and actually accomplish something tor the relief of the poor, suffering citizens of Mem phis, instead of contenting themselves with sending out a wishy-washy, everlasting flood of circulars, bulletins, pronunciamentos, in terviews and ancient opinions, they would become more unpopular, and that people were becoming tired of waiting; whereupon the virtuous indignation of the board arose to that extent that tbe impolite. Dr. John John son was ignominionsly rebuked, and a mem ber of the board left for Memphis the same day. Inspectors should caress tho hand that showers the money, and show cause for its longevity mtr than plead for people wln usefulness is doubtful to the board." Eli as M'Douoal, of D. C. M'Dougal & Co., was taken sick yesterday. His symp toms are suspicious. Mr. Ferdinand Rehkopf was buried yesterday by tbe Knights of Honor, of which soc ety he was an honored member. The children of our friend John P. lingers, No. 296 Madison street, are all right again, thanks to Dr. Marable and their experienced nurse, Mrs. M. Lecoq. Ed Keating, the keeper of Court square, went home yesterday, complaining of feeling badly. He had yellow-fever last year, and the present is probably only a bilious attack. Mrs. J. W. Moobes, daughter of the late Senator Solon 15 31 land, of Arkansas, is among the very sick with yellow-fever. Last night she was regarded as ,being in an ex tremely critical condition. The charming and accomplished M'ss Blanche Oantr, of Memphis, says the Nash ville American, who has been sojourning in Virginia for the past two months, reached the city yesterday, and lef t on tbe train this morning for Bon Aqua Springs, where she will join her family. At a meeting of the Nashville board of health, held on Tuesday last, the following business was transacted: Dr. Cheatham of fered the following, which was unanimously adopted : WHKRiA3.lt Is believed and reported by many In this city that this board ot health refused to allow tbe remains of the late Captain C. B. Church to be brought from Blount Springs, Alabama, to this city for Interment, and also refused after their arrival here to let 1 hem be carried to the house of a rela tive; therefore be It Remitted, That the public be Informed tbat no ap pllcatlsn was made to this board for any funeral from a private house: tbat as soon as it was authen tically ascertained tbat the deceased had not died from yellow-fever, permlsalon wsi at once glveu to admit tbe remains, which of course Implied admis sion to dispose of them In the manner best suited to those In charge. Mb. Allen K. Sfeers, who died at half past six o'clock yesterday morning of the prevailing disease, was oneot the best known young men in this community, one of a class whose loss is sure to be noted and missed in business .as well, as social circles. The de ceased was but twenty-eight years olrt, a na tive of Cioc nnati, and for tbe last twelve years a resident of Memphis. Kind-hearted and generous to a fault, he maae friends wherever he went, and the tidings of" his death will be learned with sorrow by many ot the readers of the Appeal. It is almost needless to state that in the fatal struggle with the disease he had jdl the attention and assistance which humanity can brine to its aid in bucu. a crisis. Kind hands aud vawrfi ful eyes ministered to him and bis wants in his last days upon earth, but all without avail. The skillful physician and the vigil ant nurse had to yield to death the coveted victim, and, like thousands of others, Allen K. Speers went, in the flower of early man hood, to "the bourne whence no traveler re turns." Mr. N. W. Speer, sr., the father, and Mr. N. W. Speers, jr., tbo brother of tbe deceased, have the sympathy of tbeir friends in this hour of affliction. They have sustained a heavy loss, the memory of which time can only mitigate, but never efface. At Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, a rew nghts since, a nop was given ac which many refu gee Memphians figured conspicuously in tbe ine of elegant dressing. I be reporter who penciled the affair for the St. Louis liepub- ican says: "lbe anair was noticeable tor tbe presence of southern ladies, very few of those from abroad coming trom cities north ot bt. Louis. Heretofore Chicago ladies have fig ured prominently in these affairs, but this time your reporter was only able to discern one solitary lady from the Garden City. Among the Memphians were tbe following well-known ladies: Mrs. Sam Williamson, black brocade and silk, diamond ornaments; Miss Lulu Montgomery, pale blue silk with white overdress, decolette and natural flsw ers; Mrs. W. D. Beard, eletrant black silk. pearl ornaments; Mrs. R. V. Yredenborg, black velvet entraine with duchease lace; Miss Belle M'Comb, beautiful fawn-colored silk, decolette, with cardinal trimmings; Miss Kate Hill, navy-blue silir, with bands of parti-colored satin, short costume; Miss Laura Ensley, a very pretty young lady, wore Paris muslin and V alenciennes lace, garniture ot natural flowers; Miss Jennie Montgomery, a short costume of blue toulard siik; Miss Liz rie Montgomery, blue silk with lace over dress." WASHINGTON. Tbe Future Flaaadal Condition of tbe Osmatry Kxaaaerated Htorles Coaeeralaac Yellow. Fever Dented. WASHiNOTOW.Ansrust 19. Secretary Sher man, before leaving for Ohio tbls morning, In speak lnit of tbe future financial condition of tue country, stated. In addition to wbat bas already been tele graphed from tbls city, tbat one ot lbe effects of our ueirotlstlona with Germany, with reference to tbe es tablishment ot a uniform bl-met.illlc currency, bas been tbe advance In the price of silver. China is al-' ready beginning to take advantage of the upward ten dency by purchases ot tbls metal. He I urtber stated that If nothing Interferes, and tbe earnest efforts of t4rniany on tbls question continue, ver pound ot silver produced on tbe Pacific ooait will and a ready market In China and with tbe other a sialic govern ments so tbat wbat will be required for ourselves will have to be drawn from Colorado and Mexico. All this, tbe secretary remarked, will furnish an ad ditional stimulus to the encouraging sit ns of a busi ness revival, tie sas tnat be looked rorwara to an era of proxpenty eqii il In every respect to any tbat mis country nas ever enjoyed, lie aoes not. how ever, believe tbat we are to have any more Inflation prices, but tbat business will be done upon such a basis and upon sucb terms of credit as will not only prevent this, but wtll not require tbe speculations tbt inevllab y lead to panics and commercial dls a t rs. 'l be accounts sent from this city purporting to give ttalemeals or tbe yollow-fever are not only greatly rimmiru, uui calculated to ao ine aaiiciea por tions ol tbe south an additional Injury to that now sunerea irom ine enects or the disease. Dr. Mitch 11, one ot tbe active members ot the National noara or neaan, who recent.y returned here from Memphis, savg that the fovnr ha In no ib-nan ho. sumed tbe magnitude of last season, that Memphis. New Orleans, and all other parts of the south likely to be visited by tbe disease, are under tbe very best system of quarantine. He further states t lat at no lime tti idb uiBwrr oi ymoJww in tnl. country has lt been so carefully guarded with precautionary measures as lt Is at present. That wblle be Is very free to admit that tbe spread of tbe disease at Mem phis bas ten largely prevented by tbe Itlght ot the greater portion ot the population, he Is still sat isfied that lt Is under more complete con trol man it was iaai season, ana mat be ap prehends no auiger or its going oeyona toe limits where lt Is now confined. Tbe accounts telegraphed are very Injurious, and be bas reason to believe tbat, In many cases, tbi-i Is done to extort contributions for.tba benefit more of Individuals than for the relief of tbe afflicted. Of eonre, Memphis has sutfered to an extent that but few persons wbo have not visited lt can form any Idea of. It will take years before the city again recovers Its former commercial Impor tance and ousiuess activity; out. at tne same lime, h. feels confident tbat parties wbo were largely In terested In real estate and otber oronertv there, will. lust as soon as tbe season permits, take tbe lead In Inaugurating a thorough and com Die te renovation of the city, by the Introduction of a proper system of sewerage and drainage, as well as the enforcement oi stringent sanitary regulations. Save money and time by having Dr. Bull's Baltimore puis always on hand, and using mem lor tne numerous diseases which more or less trouble families at times. Sjld every where, i'rice, 25 cents. THIS SPItAGUJS SCA2VDAL. A Peace Patched Up. and aBeeonellla . tlo Probable Ceabllnar cad- ered. Uatltyof EJaa-entlenaaaly ' - - CaadaevXaiDadeaco and Coward lee. New York, August 19. The Times s special from Narragansett Pier says.' "For the pres ent Kx-iovernor Spraeue and his spirited wife are at peace, and H Is not Improbable that they will be come reconciled to each other, as they have 00 many previous iceas'ons. The tx-governor Is erratic. Ir regular, and not capable of forml.ig a great policy anu carrying lt out. Bis enemies charg. him with being- careless la his statements, and Loth they and bis family inlt that be has used his lfd on sev eral occasions In an unbecoming manner. Mrs. Spragne, ou the o'her hand. Is known to have prcvokrd the ex-governor In many ways, so as 10 drive him away Irom the table or out of the house. This Is the statement of Mr. Sprague's own mother, a greatly respected lidy, who lives at Providence. The relatives of the ex-governor de clares that be and his wife will be on good terms again, unless Mrs. Hpragua prefers a different coursa. While at Providence tbe -governor Is known to have carried himself with dignity and so briety. He will fast for twelve hours In succession, and then resort to the bottle. This has been his cus tom for tbe last twenty years, and helps to txplaln his painfully sensitive temper. Hiseommeiclal and political position Is utterly gone. He has no roclal ambition, and rather dislikes polite society. Sena tor Conkllng's presence at Canonchet has not been acoountd for, and he is known to have wailed at Newport until lt was certain tbe ex-governor was ab sent . 1 hen be went to Canonchet. He was received at tbe landing by Mrs. Sprague, and bow he Installed himself at Canonchet Is test' (led by the German teacher, by tbe children and by the servants. Sx-Hovernor Sprague has shown by bis actions how be viewed this Intrusion. Tbe opponents of Senator Conkllng do not charge him rmpudence" an' I c'waWlce.'UmWlTr dues not consider the affatr ended. He thinks him self outraged by tbe senator, and demands satisfac tion, lt is freely stated that among responsible peo ple that Senator Conkllng has compromised Mrs. Sprague's honor not criminally, but socially, and that he ought to restore her good name and fame. A statement Is, therefore, expected from Senator Conkllng; and It Is hoped that he will restore to Mrs. Sprague what be has taken away trom ber her domestic peaoe and her good name as a iwlfe, who may have bsen wronged by her husband, but who bas remained faithful to her vows." FURIOUS FISOL1C3 Uf tbe Storm-Giod oa tbe Coast Wrecks JLIbios tbe Bear ta frena Hatter aa to snt port Immense Destrnetlon or Property Seaside Hotel Destroyed. New York, August 19. The storm, which jesterday morning was central near Cape Hatteras. bas moved In a northeasterly path, developing" greatly In energy, and Is now central near East port, Maine. A heavy rain has fallen in tbe Mew Eng land and Middle Atlantic States. Newbnryport ex perienced the storm this morning, and lt was the severest In ten years. Tbe wind blew a hurricane, wrecking four yachts, badly wrenching steamers and schooners In tne harbor, and scat' erlng about twenty small boats, fruit-trees were stripped, and tents on the beach were leveled or blown Into tue sea. At Newport between twenty and thirty sailboats are sunk or damaged. Tbe Wanderer and Murrlll, of New York, ana the yacht Squadron parted chains and went atliorc Three yachts sank at tne wharf, while others dragged anchors, fouled and were dam aged, a. crew ot a schooner came ashore at Cape May. They deserted the vessel In tbe evening. Their boat was capsized, and the men washed ashore In an exhausted condition. The captain remained on board, and the life saving crew got a line out and remained on duty all ntgbt. The velocity of the wind at Cape May was sixty four miles. Total rainfall, 8 4rt-l 0 Inches. The crew ot tbe schooner ashore at Atlantic City were taken from tbe rigging at three o'clock this morning by a life-saving crew. The vessel will be a total loss. Nono.k bad the severest rain-storm and tornado ever experienced. Many buildings are unroofed and flooded, trees uprooted and shipping damaged. Many vessels are dragging ashore. The Boston steamship com Daly's warehouses have been severe ly damaged. Wharves all along the river front have been Hooded, and many of the warehouses are flood ed. Tbr tide was the highest ever known In the vi cinity, and Water street was only accessible by boats, tbe sight being one unexampled even to the oldest Inhabitant. Tbe handsome spire of Freeman street Baptist church was blown down. The slating ot Christ Epis copal church and the cornice and steeple ornaments 01 SL Mary'a Catholic church were torn 01T, while the beautiful grounds of old St. Paul's are badly wrecked, (ireai anxiety prevailed during the preva lence ot the storm, sad the mayor ordered out the utlre police Icree aua nre department. The loss Is estimated at from two to three thousand collars. Tbe damage to growing crops In counties adjacent to Petersburg Is very treat. In Saurey county alone the damage to corn Is estimated at fifty per cent. Tbe Ocean Grove camp-grounds below Long Branch suffered severely. At Gloucester, Massachu setts, several vessels were dragged ashore last night. At other points on the New England coast vessels we-e beached, but thus far no loss 01 life Is reported. The storm a: Moorhead City. North Carolina, was the most violent which ever visited that place. At west, a Changs which saved Beaufort and Moorhead from entire destiueilon. Tbe Atlantic house, the largest hotel In that part ol 1 he country, was entirely demollsbsd, not a vestige being left There were one hundred and fifty guests In It, and there was not a particle of clothing saved by any of them. Tha people did not begin to letve until the waves were liter illy breaking the hotel t (leoes, then tbere was a stampede. Young men saved all the ladles and children at danger of their own lives. All baggage, furniture, etc, went tt destruction. John Hughes, son of Mayor Hugbes, of Mwbern, lost bis life in tbe wreck cf the Atlantic house. Front street of Beaufoit is strewn with lumber, trunks and goods, and crowds of people, some barefooted, are trying to Identify their property. The Ocean View house, the other bot9l In Beau fort, is damaged badly, and many f rlvale houses are ruined. U hre is not a whaif left In Beaufort, and only two or three or ber hundreds of sailboats are at to sail In. Moorehead City also suffered ter ribly. BOVTON. Auzust 19.-Considerable dsmsse was done by tbe storm Inst night along the New England 1 coast. A yachting lleet at eeutn Biraluu was badly uteri. At Portland several yachts and schooners were' funk. Other towns along tbe coast report a long Itst of disasters to local craft and property. FOR rREdS MONK )E, August 19. A tornado raged here yesterday, and the rainfall from seven o'clock In the morning nntil two o'clock In the after noon was live Inches. Shade-trees in and about tbe fort went down by hundreds. PRESIDENT! K L POSSIBILITIES. Opinions of Several Able Htmteamea aa to the Next Ieaaea.tle Candidate. Wash'ncton sppcisl to the Cincinnati En o'tirer. MUh: A letterfrom White Sulphur Springs. l.Kinia. bas in it t e following political goss p m the next Presidential nomination: 'General Chalmers says he Is for Hancock, hut that, while Mississippi Is nit in favor of Tllden, he does not know wbo the majority ol her Democrats prefer. '-Governor Mathews says tbat Tburmnn Is the choice of West Virginia, but that Tllden, If nomi nated, will poll ust as many votes as the disan- gulslu d Ohio senator would. He thinks Tllden wl.l be nominated. "Judge Keltb. of Virginia, says be cannot figure out success without New York, and it looks as If Tllden will e nominated. "One of th'r strongest men wbo has been on t -e bench of Virginia since the war Is here. He sass tbat lie does not relieve mat ruaen or ar y ot tne candidates now piorainent can be nominated. . He I refei s gpeiiker Kandall, who has the luck or being elected, and cl es tbe fat tbat he t arried tb. votes of Indiana.' New .ttraay. Connot1eut. and both fa - tlons In New Tcrk, lu tbe recent contest for the speakership. Mr. Kandall was a captain oi cavalry early in tbe war. . 'Air. Adams, cierg or tne nouFe oi representatives. taluk tbat Tllden will b nominated, because he bas a ccinplete working organization, while the sup porters or his rivals are undisciplined, "denator Randolph, of K w Jersey, who has be-n here some dais. Is counted for Tllden. He thinks whoever Is nominated will receive a united Demo cratic ro e, and so say all tbe politicians here." When tbe Bowels are Disordered, No time should he lost in resorting to a suitable remedy. Hostetters Stomach Bitters la tbe most reliable and widely esteemed medicine of Its elass It removes the causes of constipation, or of undue relaxation of the Intestines, which are usually Indi gestion or a misdirection of tbe bile. 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Applied by all Hair jLressers. A CARD. To all who are suffering from me errors and Indis cretions of youth , nervous weakness, early decay, lose ot manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cur you, FBES OF CHABGE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary In South America. Seni a self-addressed envelope to Bev. Josxfh T. Inmajj Sattion D., Nets York City. PBE4CRIPTIO.K FREE For the speedy Cure of 8emlnal Weakness, Loss of Manhood, and all disorders brought on by indiscre tion or excess. Any druggist has me Ingredients. Address DAVIDSON 4 CO., 78 Nassau St., New York 1 THE WAR IN QUEBEC. Hostilities Contlancd Rioters to be Disarmed Uuaueeeral Efforts to Compromise. Quebec special to the Cincinnati Enqutrer: "Two eases of murderous assault on tbe streets are tbe principal Incidents of tbe labor dlstiirt-ance Tuesday last. Ed Gonthler, advocate, was knocked down on John street, klcksj and oeaten by an Irish crowd, bis less bro'ien and teetb knocked down his hroaL J. Ellison was dang rously beaten by a French Canadian named Lev.t, who, however, was arrested, two revolvers and a bt wie-knife be ng found on n s person. A meeting of magistrates was ue'd on the nlneteentr, at which lt was decided to place the city under ths provisions of the Blake act, w.th a vtrw to immediately olsarm tbe rioters who have we j pons In their possession. B solutions ware also adepted and sent to tbe government, ask ing to have the ship laborers' society deprived of Its charter. It Is charged against the military authori ties that they took no acion toward Intercepting tbe mtlltla store" and arms stolen at Lovette by the rioters, tboutch ti formed of the fad. Representa tives of the French and Irlsb laborers were brought logetier at a meeting In the clt, hall. Nettbtr-par-ty would accept the other's terms for woi king to cether again, the Irish demanding the earns condi tions as :ormerly obtalred. and the Canadians demanding an assurance that they should have tbe loadlnj ot half tbe ships arriving In port. Iieatb-lted Confession of a SInrdcrer. Lexington, August 19. A man who gave his name as George Wiompon died at tbe hospital here to-day. Duriug his last Illness be sent for a officer, and told blm bis real 1 firae was James Hen ly; tbat be was born and raised In iibea county. Tennessee, and tbat be had killed a mn named Colvllle In tbat county in August, 1870 Tbe officer corresponded with tbe authorities and found the fac.s as stated to be correct Rece'vlnz such a de scription of the murderer as left no doubt tbat Geo. -""-- J. Maurr- llie murderer, were one and tbe sama nerson. TbirKniT was tbm, die be made the couTo..uiom believing himself grolng better he retracted. The officer, however, was satisfied tbat he was the man wanted, and would have taken him to Bhea county had he recov ered. Death put In his claim before the sheriff. The self-accused murderer died at four o'clock this morning. A Kaplst Ban Iown. Grssnsbueo. Ind., August 19 ' Consta ble John Hill, ot Estill county, Kentucky, arrested one Dudley Warraouth, sged eighteen years, near Adams, this county, last night, upon the charge ot rape. It Is alleged that the prisoner. In company Kith three others, committed a raoe uron the Misses Lackey, young ladles residing near Irvtngton, Ken tucky, some three mouths ago. Bis partners in crtn e wtve arrested, and are now In Jail at that place. Warm nth escaped, and a reward of one hundred and hfty dollars for his arrest was offered ht 1 he governor. Throush Information furnished by Marshals demons, of tbls city, he was captured last night, as stated. Tbe Express company War. Special to the Appeal.l Lotji8tille, August 22. The war among the express companies Is rapidly nearlng a crisis. Tbe Louisville and Nashville rallto-id will uphold the new Union compvy In the most decided man ner. and. the only recourse of tbe Southern express company will be in the courts. Superintendent Rowland, of the Louisville and Nashville road, in a circular, directed the agents of hM company to de liver goods only to tha Union express company. -SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER- TjOss of Appetite, Bowels costive, Pain in tholt-iad, withadull sensation in tho back part, IV.ia ureter the shouMerblade, fuil ii3s.s after c-.tiriff, with a disinclination, to exertion of body or mind, Irritability of terrper, Ixjwscirits, witli a feeling of hav ing neglected somo duty, Weariness, Di3 niness, IPiutterinK at tiie Eoart, Sots be fore tne eyes, Yellow hliia, Hoadacko nc"5rn I'.y over tho r:c;ht eyo, .Restlessness vit!i Hifiil dreams, hiKhly colored Urine. IT 1 iH:33 Yr XlENIKGS ASS UNHEEDED, SEHIOtiS DI3EASCS WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TCXT'S niij arc especially adapted to Bu: h c-R.-:cr , u tloan e'2cctM ftncla n. rkuio i'l'clin ns In nntonish the suiicrer. COiJ3TlPAT!OM. 0:i!y with renilarity of the bowels cr.n perfect 1k-t.I ii !c enjoyed. Ii tlia roTvrip:'.uo!i Is cf recent d.-.?c, a e ji-r'e rirws of TI,:TT'3 FILLS viii t-.uHi'-e, l!:t if it hns become hahiiuat, oue p i! rlionld ha tnk 31 cwi j-n!sQt,gradually leswn- lrirt u tiTi;cr.:-y crnitt Qosti nni it a regular daily movement la o'lt .led. Dr. I. Ccy H.pw-.h. i'-.-Iioii, Ark., sayss i.Afr n pTv.r:ce of 3 yoflra, I pronounce TI'TT'S PILLJ the liest tali-bilious medicina ever made." "I hnvj KcTo4iiiIllumach afirt Nervousness. I never hl r.i:v i!ietlirine to d(j r.10 ro r.iuc'a pxxl as 'IT l'T'3 1'lLLS. They ara s pood n reir."sentel." O.'icj Go .Mar my Street, New York. TUTT'3 IIAIIi DYE. fKAT HIR Oil STf-KTHB chmppd to A GLOSST iiLA K by a ri-if1) aopiwation ..(' tbr 1TE. H iin parts NnttinJ Olor, arts lusttntanftciisly, and is at! li.-.rm!e: t syrinx wt er. iSoU by lruffist-O, or rnr 17psi-pm on T.-ei nt of L Ortlce 3j5 IVjurray St., Kew York. TENNESSEE State Board of Health, . Nashville, Teas., Ang. 18, 1879. For the Goyernment of Memphis other Infected Districts. and BULE 1. No person shall be permitted to enter a town or place- which Is dangerously infected" with yellow-fever, unless such person has already had the yellow-fever, and then only alter obtaining permission of me Superintendent of Quarantine. BULK 2- The Superintendent of Quarantine at each place "dangerously Infected" shall have charge and control, with the counsel and advice of this Board, of tbe.dlslnfectlon of houses, privies, cellars, clothing, bedding, and all other textile fabrics, bag gage, malls, cars, depots, sewers, c rains, public and private yards. -and such other places and things as lt may be at any time considered necessary to disinfect. BULK 3. Local Boards ot Health are expected to have charge of, and to enforce general sanitation within the limits of their respective Jurisdictions, and to give aid and support to Superintendents of Quarantine during epidemics In tbe carrying out of such tules and regulations as the State Board have adopted, and may from time to time adopt. I BULK 4. A house Infected with yellow-fever shall ' be designated by a Yellow Flag. EDI.K &. No pemnn shall be permitted to enter a house Infected with jellos-fever except physicians, clergymen, and such nurses and attendants as are necessary to the care of the sick. BULE 6. No persons, except physlilans and clergymen, shall be permitted to leave an Infected bouse without the permission. In writing, of tbe Su" pertntendent of Quarantine, they having first com plied with such methods of disinfection as may be prescribed by him. - BULK 7, Physicians and clergymen may oome and retire from the apartments of Hie sick of yellow fever at all heuTs; provided, however, that they shall not enter a non-Infected house, carriage, car or other public place of resort until their persons and ap parel have been thoroughly disinfected. - BULB 8. Public assemblies of all kinds are pro hibited In any place " dangerously infected" with yellow-fever; and tbe Superintendent of Quarantine is charged with the rigid enforcement of this rule. BULB 9. From the hours ot 9 p.m. to the hour of 4 a.m. each day, all petsons not wn scared In tne care or the Bielt, er In tfee txeentlon of their duties as e Hirers et the law. shall remain at their homes or on their respective premises, unless tbeybs granted permission to leave mem by the Superintendent of Quarantine. MEMPHIS, TENN., AUGUST 23. 1879. j The attention of the citizens of Memphis Is di rected to the above nil.es and regulations adopted bj tbe State of Board of Health. It blng my duty to see that they are complied with; and Inasmuch at they are Intended lor our benefit, and to check, It possible, the farther spread of the disease,! Invito tbe co-operation of all good citizens In aiding me ts enforce me same from this date. JOHN JOHNSON, Superintendent of Quarantine, TIPTON FEMALE SEMINARY, COT1X6TO.V, TEN. rpHB Fall Session will begin on Tuesday, August JL n, uko. u. hulmbs, Principal, REWARD Blind, fclwduig, 1 tc'.; nif, or Ulcemwd Fl LES thcu l.cltiujj'H file Keinedy fails to t:u-e. Civs iimnedi&ts rslirf , rare: cast's of onj; stand. ing in 1 v e-k,orlinary cases in t days. Sl bottln. Bold by 'J rirmrffiKt. -I V Mtt.t rt. M.T .41rt SnrncA St.. Phila.. P..rol PmnriAtnr. A ,lvn- i'r.. in ail dinemMKt. Oall or writa. t'AUTION Wrapper on bottle yrllow printed Ma It.aat fhiladelphia, 187U, Ournm. Mama otkmra gmuiM G. W. JONES 4 CO., Agents, 257 Main street. EIAIiARXA An Antidote which will euro every vari-. ety ot Ague, Fever and Ague, and Chills. and!ever,and leave no bad trace or disor der In, the system, has been discovered by one f America's greatest Chemists. This preparation or principle is known, by tho. name of Clifford's Febrifuge. Being . entirely free from minerals or other dele terious materials, lt accomplishes its work without being in the least harmful to the system. This popular remedy differs from another Agua Cures, In being free from all poisonous effects on the system; lt enters into the circulation and destroys all mala rious poison, and thus eradicates the dis ease without producing any of those dis tressing after-sensations, such as fullness and pain in the head, ringing In the ears and partial deafness. It is a question of . importance to all afflicted creatures, wheth er they will be cured of disease fay reme dies'which leave a long train of bad after effects, or by a medicine that strikes at the cause of tho malady and eradicates it. j-jiont doing any more harm than that much water. No other prcpm-m exercises an eradicating power over Inter mittent diseases at all comparable with It. It enters the circulation and utterly de stroys the germs of poison ; it will purify andbuildupthe debilitated system in a shorter time, and with more lasting benefit, than any other known remedy. As a Tonic, it acts as an Antiseptic and Blood Purifier, bringing renewed enerfry and vitality to tie body worn, down by disease. It Is Xa taro'a own remedy for all diseases arising from malarial poison. Palatable, Power f il, Antlperiodlc and Tonic, it never falls t euro Fever and Ague, Dumb Chills, Con gestive Chills, Bilious Fever, Periodical Neuralgia, and all diseases of malarial crifrtn. The only article known that will radieate this disease permanently from tho system. J. O. RICHARDSON, Solo lro prietcr. General Agents, RICHARDSON t CO., 'Wholesale Druggists. St. Louis. BOLD BY ATJi PRQMDiEXT DRUGGISTS. MALARIA JOHN GAVIN. JOHN M'DEBMOTT. JOHN GAVIN& Co. GROCERS, No 93i Beale street, Memphis. Will keep open during the prevalence of fever. . Ague Cure Is a purely vegetable hitter and powerful tonic, and is warranted a speedy ana cer tain cure for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittent or Chill Fever, Re mittent Fever, Dumb Ajsrue, Periodical or Bilious Fever, and all malarial dis orders. In miasmatic districts, the rapid pulse, coated tongue, thirst, lassitude, loss of appetite, pain in the back and loins, and cold ness of tne spine and extremities, are only premonitions ol severer symptoms which terminate in the ague paroxysm, succeeded by high fever and profuse perspiration. It is a startling fact, that quinine, arsenic, and other poisonous minerals form the basis of most of the " Fever and Aerue Prepara tions." "Specifics," "Syrups," and "Ton-, ics," in the market. The preparations made from these mineral poisons, although they are palatable, and may break tire chill, do not enre, but leave the malarial and their own drug poison in the system, producing quinism, dizziness, ringing in the ears, head ache, vertigo, and other disorders more for midable than the disease they were intended to cure. Aver's Ague Cure thoroughly eradicates these noxious poisons from the svstein. and always cures the severest cases. It contains no quinine, mineral, or any thing that could injure the most delicate patient; and its crowning excellence, above its cer tainty to cure, is that It leaves the system as free from disease as oetore ine attacK. For Liver Complaints, Aver's Anns Cure, by direct action on the liver and bil iary apparatus, drives out the poisons which produce these complaints, ana stimulates mu system to a vigorous, neaimy coutuuou. We warrant it when taken according to directions. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Mass. BOLD BT iU DRUGGISTS ZVXBYWHXRa. CALLS FOR Howard Physicians. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, 10 Madison St, August 16, 1879: DE. E. MILE5 Chelsea. WILLETT Knox's Drug Store nn .tttt.itt WHK Rood Year's Dnii Store, comer Main and Poplar; Hesaen Co-'s, corner Poplar and men sueets. DB 8. P. GBEEN Hessen's Drug Store, corner Pop lar and HUh streets. na r. nnvnmrF Howard office. 10 Madison: Robinson's Drug Store, cor. juaaison ana secona. DR. G. W. OVERALL -Fallen A Klelnschmdt, cor ner Beale and Second streets. DB. F. L. SIM Safford's Drug Store, corner Vance and Hernando streets. dr. s. J. otjimby Boyle Co.'s. corner second ana waiaer. von ricnermg. nn- mrniTH jnURS-Hnttndorf's Meat Store, cor .t n i.nJ..,.. TTaltirlha fllflltt. I1C l , eim3 duu uauuuiuaiv, .cum.wu near Curve. . THE HOWABD DISTRICTS. Thn Howards have established the following dls- trifia in thn il It whnm mnrtlnal attention can be se cured by tbe sick. The residents of each district must apply at the district office, so there Is no ne .vssltv of vlsltlnir of tbe main office of the Howards on Madison street when medical attention Is re aulred. as the district physician cnlls only at the district headquarters for orders to visit tbe sick. wnicu orders can be Placed on nooss arrangea iur that purpose for the use or tbe pbyslclar;s. First aiut Secrma Dixlnclx. At &nox s a rug siore. Bounded north by city limits, south by Auction street and uauroaa avenue, west vj river, east oy cur limits. Thira Dixtrtet. Al uoodyears drug store, uouna- ed north by Auction street, south by Poplar street, east by Alabama street and tbe bayou, west by river. Fourth DMrtcl. At Hsssen's drug store, jjounu- ed north by Railroad avenue, east by city limits, wesi oy the bayou, south by Poplar and AlaDaina streets. Fifth and Sixth LHntricls.kt No. 10 Maoisont street and Robinson's ding store. Bounded north by Poplar, south by Union, east by city limits, west by river. " Seventh Dtstrict. At the drug store ot Fahlen k Kleluschmtdt, corner of Second and Beale streets. Bounded north by Union, south by South, east by Hernando, west by river. Eighth District. At Boyle's, comer of Second street and Walker avenue. Bounded north by South, south by city limits, eat by Hernando, west by river. Ninth District. -At Sifford'sdrus store. Bounded north by Union, south by city limits, east by Lauder dale, west by Hernando street and Bayburn avenue. Tenth District. At Hattendorff's, comer ot Lau riArdale and Vancn strtfwtji. and at HAlnrleh's grocery. Hernando curve. Bounded north by Union, south by city limits, east by city limits, west by Lauderdale. Dr.A.E.VOORHIS Oculist and Aurist, No 80 Court street. Memphis. 51. Is. 91 EACH A3I K. K. No. 116 North. Commercial St. ST. LOUIS, July 28, "1879. EST In order to be able to supply quarantined against Memphis, Louis from which we can ship try. All orders -will receive prompt attention. Jur nempnis house will be closed till further Mm C. Fr.AKCr.. WHOIiESALlS Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants Kg. 358 Frcat street. Kemphls, Tom FULIfflE.Fi, Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Nob. 371 line! 373 Main DAVIO (BCCCKSBOBS TO 11 P. HAIM1K.V WK WILL. COXT1XCK THE Grocery and Cotton ARE OPKSj. under tbe suDrvlslon of Mr. A. W. wi miVHitiflee. una rmiunct A. TALUAliO. YACCARO & GO., 1KPG2TE23 ASO DEALERS IT. WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, o. 334 Front J. T. FABGA.SON JAMES A. HUNT. J. T. FARGASOU & CO. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 219 Chestnut Street, St. loms, Mo. ' Owing to the yellow-fever epidemic at Memphis, we have opened an office here temporarily, and ar fully prepared to tnwt the wants of our customer as heretofore. August 4 1 7W. HAslFACTUBCBM AND WIIOLES.tLE DKALKB8 IS Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes, Etc., 9ftfi Main St.. Memtikis, Tenn. VUB HOU3K WILL ttt nAnaw XU1T r mVTI X TTB flpVM 111 W I . I I I , , MMnowi in mi COM I Mi Ut Remitter oes will be thannfully received. To those agtlnst Memphis, we will All order- from New York. W. W. Uny. J no. W. Dillard. DILLMD, eOPPII Wholesale Grocers 319 Chestnut Street, St. Ionis, Mo. H AVING TKMPOBAHILY ESTABLISHED OUBoKLVKo H1SKB abk rntrjiiou v rinu vn- riwra of our frlenrta. ts u-iml. during pryvalence of yellow-fpver In Mempais. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO. 1AEDWAEE, Agricultural and Steam Machinery Depot, 310-312 "ODK STOBK WILL REMAIN OPEN A3 and be under tbe change of HKNNUN. r. coanssuKa ana . One ot onr firm in now Est purchasing a full shipped from the mioufajtnrers direst, in tlm win i.ir aiitik afirooda " .SILL $k Boots, S to receive orders from thlr patron for anything In tlieirllne. 100 -CASES BOLLINGER DRY EXTRA, (Plata tad QnartH.) T vtaest Cbampagaea I as ported. lOO CASES REED'S XIT-EIG E TOMC. 100 CASKS OF GUINESS'S STOUT-Pints. lOO Caslis Allsopp's Ale Pints and Qts. All IMreetfrem Abrcs4-rwii Inpertlai. WE HAVE BESIDES COIISTANTLY ON HAND AN IMMENSE STOCK OF 8TBAIGHT PENNSYLVANIA, KENTUCKY AND TENNESSEE WHISKIES, At LOWER PRICES then ever .before offered In this Market. J,SEMM12S AKKW 8TF.WART. Kew Orleaas. IHKW STEWART, GWYMMSs CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. Stewavt Brothers & Co., Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, New Orleans, Louisiana. BKACHAH. J. B, POMTON. our customers la tue country we haye opened a bouse In t. Groceries to any part of the coun notice. 91 L.MKiCHAMdcCO. lu IS. SlJfctttB. OUOCEKS, CO. street. Memphis, Tenn. JOHN 31. FABRIROTOS. A DOES A AVKBX), Factorage Business. MABCBILDON. Oar customers will be served to the win uw hciiu witwu. A. JS. TACL'UiO. street. TIemittif fj. CHELA. A. riuKLfi onr! 3in Fact Fi i I H K KK1SI1N. WHKHK . aniih. .iih ftp nn aI nmm ntTiMs And at low prices. of our cu toiners residing along me roads Quarantined Satisfaction enaran-e-i. It. Ij. Coffin. AI. O. Hall 00. Factors, and Cotton BURTON & MfcOBIT STBEET, LONG A3 fttiUI lUABla uumno n rn,i and fresh stock of all go3ds in our una, wmcn win do O nil orders for oar fall trade IITIOiELL, hoes and Hats here, bnt will slilp from Boston to .,r l.l II tnleased o P. 14. HAKLKV, nenvkv nnphlH. Chickasaw Iron Works HAVING a small l ores of men on whom we can relj to stay wltt us. we nre prepared toreeelv all ordera sent us bj oar friends and customers. ETWe d. ( rirft t im. BANDLK 4 LlVEaSIOBt, Memphis, July 26. 1879. - J. SI. TIG3EEE & CO. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 8 HOIVAKD'M ROW. .2IEHPHIH. TO our rwrnlsr patrons and such others as may fa Tor us with their business: Oar store Is now open, end lt Is our Intention to remain open dcirlnn the season. Any bustn-vs tbat may be intrasted U us will r-celve our best attention. Memphis. Tennessee. July 23. 1873. trricK PEABC,SUG6S&Co 23S Front Street. 1 1 7"K take this method of Informing onr friends VV aid the public generally, tbat Ot'R BUSI NESS BOUSKiaOfKX.and will remain otenduiime the summer. All buvlne Intrusted toou care Ll hSTS prompt attention. PKAPXS. SUGG3 A CQ. 27 Court FiSCE, LOUISVILLE. vuu joceif.L, m hi jwJa will P"j Cure all forms of PM vATE, CHROTSiC &xxd SEXUAL 4pc rma-torrlkea ana Xic p ot ency f -n te remit of eif-ih3 in youth, tmnl t mt u.rvr veirs. r lhr cr.asr, tud rmkr.i wfof hf eft".-.- NrTod'ueu, St-oinal Kbia-wb (aiCU rix ,-- ; tr drearui. iitatf of fc-ibt, lrfectiv M-n f tf lry, .u; Jeou face, A vii U !aV t s-'-alet, Cctif-i-H-D cl M l-a of Soji1 Power. -. rtcicn j urriae lnuiror.Tr or onha;T-T, thoroerhW mi f - VirM. STcPHIL. IS p0 euir tn :--.'iTtm (romiut f.$fMi ioirorrna , GLJ-KT, S'rknui. Orcu.ti. Herui. is ita;.-. fil D-lotij;r prtvaw dl-itt qut-kly 'Orel.- It r?U-vi-ul that jy akinn wbopTfp:iltit:rKf tc ruik els of di'Cise. and treatitir tbvusuKls ao. !:. rt;mrei rrrt sltil. Phvcin! knrtriutltis Urt oft: rxAncM-D4l perwoo te rcr cr. heo it i .Dcooveoicnt Us T.it tw car for treatmt-ttt, BaedJeiao co fe ctil pctrmielf oc xllf hy K'til or cxptcn aarbcn Cure Guaranteed la all Cases onaertakpn. , , Co-a'jiLax; ji peraonallv OT b fctWT frw trxS InwitiKT. Caktfut rauionaa a4 cormpotidfwa atrieUy coBtjtWiiiai PRIVATE COUNSELOR. Of W padres, ant t aay addresa. aecn-ly ar&Wd, lor ti-W--? ) rent. Fbould b- read br aiL Addrva as abo -V" hniri y-r . . i - r T. H. Svwl- la 4 KNIGHTS OF HONOR BELIEF BOABD. rpHX attention of all Knights of Honor in wmj. X phis and vicinity Is calien to sq order from t d Haprrnn ltetair rrqalrtas them to report their names and residences 10 tbe Secretary or tblt Board wit Lorn delay, ort welief on tw gtven. JA9. a COOK, Pres't B. B. if. of H. W. R 6L199QM, Ass't ecretary. NOTICE, OTFICB BOBD OF HKAt-TH, ) TAXIMO-UlSTMCT 6KKUBT OOPHTT, WXa a sanitary precaution, me Board ot Health requests physicians In attendance upon jellow-fever I patients, when they have convalesced, to enjoin upon ' nurses and others in attendance, to disinfect, by boiling and otherwise, me clothing and bedding used by said patients. They will also please report to this omoe any houses requiring disinfection. J. CHANDLER, M.D , Secretary Board ot Health. Brooks, Neely & Co. UB HOTJSK IS STILL OPKN AND WILL CON tinu nnen duiiDK the eeason. Orders for goods and remittances ot money will have our prompt auenuo., -u-u NE PAT ROPER, GROCER AND COTTON FACTO if, 62 Beale, cor. Second, Memphis, TTILL REMAIN OPEN DUftING THE SUMMER, kV with a complete stock of Groceries, Cuam- pagne wines. Liquors. Porter. Ale, etc H. DOW. 1 North tlela Street, lt. Leal. Mo. I AM now ready to sorve my friends and customers In tee way cf furnishing supplies wherever quar antine refutations will admit, Consignments ot cotton solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed. 6t Louis. August, 1H. lfMW. H. DOW. 11 D fji A I IllRYfVl.fl I Ilins-a-vr.s w w w. WE have opened an office during the fever in Memphis at 1219 Chestnut Street, St. Louis. Will do a Cotton and wenerai u- mrom Business. All consignments and communications shall have prompt attention. Liberal fidvaoces m.(M on roll on. tin our house In Memphis will be re- w . .nnn A muftk f Or M tO rettUll. The Leath Institute, A PK1I1ABV Al II Kill CUOiL FOR GIBL8. IN the month of June last the Directors of the Presbyterian Grammar snd High Scbool, with a view toenlanye lis scope of usefulness, and the bet ter to carry out tbU design of having In Memphis a non-sectarian school tor girls and youn notes, determine to enia ge tbelr Diretom by ad milting m thin It repres-nwiives oi an wmiso kw . change by a corresponding alteration In ihe tame of tbe scnooi. ana accfoii;i4ijr i w ""' I the name ot tbe Leath Institute." in honor of our late eiteem a ieiiow-cuizeu.a;" .,raV . Dliectors have engHgd as principal Mips AUdUSTA TOVKLL. a lady widely known as an accomplished teacher. A full and competent corps or aaaistant ichCoorw.7,lbn I'oasThe health. will permit. .Circ,.lars will ne dress upon opinion uu wiu - --- of Dtrectois. Kev. E. uanlel. No. 6a Poplar street, Memphis, iwidcmwi. . 1 s m g C3 U .h p2 3 Lj isf cs H S - l-J im !s si S'55E m f in will I 1 fit- 13 K 1? s m L VltlUlNl. fKHALK I.NBTITI1TK, 1BW1 Mtunatoa, VlrstMia. Tbe 85th Annual Session will commence Septem ber 10, 1K79. with a thorough organlzHtlon and lis usual full corps of Instructors. Buildings and gSndsarefpHPctous and furnished ' n7rPS; S.n nm,iiM and comfort. The sanitary ar- ranirmnents are very complete and successful. TM advantage in Music Modern Lan guages, and full course ot English, etc. Kitravagance In all 1U forms, constanUy dls- ""Tss-Board. furnished room, beating by Steam. Gas wishing, seat In Church. PhyslclanHi f ee. and U.U ion in lull course ot English, Calestbenlcs. ilo emiontn Classes. Latin or elementary French, for Session of 40 weeks MSi5m'merrBwrd. with a light Vacation couiso ot study for ruplls only. For catalogues, address BEV. BH. PHILLIPS, Hor. July, 187H. i ! P ' ' !; '' I f jr-" -'