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rrSS MIEJVEgECIS DAILY AFPEAIi-THUBSDAY; OCTOBEB6, 1879.
. : 1 ' - . : 1 I . I MADAME R. A. BIMPSON. of New Orleans. Per son dnlrfn her services a yellow-fever rprt. cnn nrwly t corner of .TyfTwrson and Third. MTitAYEO OK TOL.KJII. Oii From the residence of J. W. Cochran, on the Boulevaid. Sunday night, a medium-size brlndln lo, white breast and fore-legs, ears clipped. Liberal reward will btnld for bis return to J. W. WAYKEriRUKU. Memphis OH Co. ."UP o tTOnr IIone will continue open nnderthc charge of the Senior of the firm. VI e have on hand an Immense Mock of ETC., ETC., and ofler great inducements to the trade. We have 150O barrels BUDS' HON", IlYE, ilOIlEllTMOar and LINCOLN COUNTY WHIS KIES In U. . Bonded Ware lionCH In Kentucky and Ten nessee, from ivliick our Junior Partner, at Ho. 8S South Second street, ST. LOUIM, can fill ders lor all points. or- LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Hot and sultry weather. . More quarantine is the fate of Memphis. The Howards sent out sixteen nurses yesterday. - " . " ' A number of country wagons were in town yesterday. The fpver continues to sproad in Chelsea and Fort Pickering. Who holds tho prize tickets in tho Lou isiana lottery drawing? Hreadatuff have advunced i our city during the past few days. Cold weather will drive mOBquitoea and yellow-fever from our midst. Forrest City, Arkansas, continues to be afflicted with the yellow-lever plague. The Chickasaw Guards will come to Nashville and Atlanta on their southern tour. Absentees and non-acclimated people should keep away from Memphis for the present. . Outsido of the Porter Reserves tho mili tary busineM in Memphis is a fraud of grand proportions. The Memphis Howards are ready to send relief to all adjacent towns whenever yellow fever breaks out. The result of the Ohio elections has had no marked effect upon ;the yellow-fever epi demic in tur city. The Chickasaw Bluffs nre clear of tents and no lon,?f r is the vile martial music heard flyibg through the air. Last evening Dr. Winn, of the National b.iard of health medical corps, and Mrs Courts, nurse, left for Forrest City. Tbe eld passes over the quarantine lines have been taken np and new passes have been issued by the superintendent of quaran tine. The men moat interested in the contin uance of yellow-fever are those who are drawing big salaries from the State and Na tional boards of health. River news yesterday: Boats upward bound Hard Cash, from b riars 1'oint to ot, Louis, with big load of cotton. Boats down John L. Khoadea and Holiday and barges. from fet. Louis. The Mystic Waltz, composed by Henry Farmer and dedicated to Mrs. S. G. Griffith of Pulaski, Tennessee, has been received from the publishing-houne of F. H. Chandler, 172 Montague street, Brooklyn, New York. Thirty Howard orphans now secure shel- tur and support at the old M. 1 eter s orphan UHylum, now in charge of tho Dominican tors. Tho Howards furnish the funds and the good Sisters take charge of the little folks. 'Jn Inefdav niirht Smith s grocery, on the corner of Union aud Wellington streets, was entered by thieves who carried off a lot of tobacco and other articles. This is the third time that the grocery has been plun dered by thieves. Among the impervious attaches of the quarantine business, Drs. Ross, Winn and Collins, of the National board of health stand out in clear relief as gentlemen, also periorm the unpleasant duties assigned them in a quiet ana unaemonstrauve manner. It is rumored in tho city that the Bluff City Grays are dissatisfied and will probably dis'oand when they return home or elect new captain. Should they disband a number ot Uie islutti will join the i'orter Reserves. the crack yellow-fever company of Mem phis. Notwithstanding quarantine rules and pickets the tevor has broken out at Withe lippol, Buntyn Station, Tennessee; Harrison Depot, Mississippi, and Forrest City, Arkan sas. Where the fever existed last year it is liable to break out this year, provided the atmospheric and local conditions are lavor able. River reports last night stated that one ot the Kountz line ot steamers, plying be tween St. Louis and New Orleans", was sunk near ISradlcy a Landing. Barrels of meat and other goods have been picked up by wreckers and nshertnen as they floated pas our city yesterday. A fire occurred about one o'clock yester day morning at tbe southwest corner of Jones avenue and Bradford street, in a one-story house belonging to Mr, Page Patterson. The damage resulting is estimated at about seven hundred dollars. Tne adjoining buildings were in danger for a time, out were saved by the exeitions of tho fire brigade. The amount of insurance on tbe burned building is unknown. Last evening at fivo o'clock a hack drove rapidly up Mum street to Madison. There was a commotion, . several persons rushed to tho hnck as it stopped. The hack contained the sporad cotton refugee, Hon. John John sjn, superintendent of quarantine, and his military escort. Colonel John Cameron, whose martial form was enveloped in a long-tailed dutiter. General Johnson had just returned iroui .Nashville, where he bad been engaged in a pow-wow with the Plunket State board of health. The superintendent of quarantine and tho colonel and aid-de-camp of Governor Mark smiled at each other. They are par twbtlefratrum or artndts ambo. Look out for more quarantine rules. Lsquire John bpelman yesterday held an inquesi ou tne o.uy oi a colored woman ijuuihu r uru, wira was acciaeniauy run over and killed by the outward bound engine and tender over the Miiibissippi and Tennessee railroad. She was on her way out ot the city to pick cotton. The accident happened ut a point about a mile and a half south of B..EM1&C0 the depot, at the trestle crossing ot tfayou uayoso. The weman was uy u i?me and carried some eiguiy r.uC1o she was thrown down an embankment. A little irl was in company with ner at the time and escapea wtnom injury. iuo ouy of the dead woman was conveyed to her former residence oa serenm street, f ort Pickering, whence it was interred during the day. Mr. John Cameron, colonel of the colored State troops, iow disbanded, aid-da camp of i the novernor, superintendent of camrs near Memphis, and in the car ef the city. State board of health, and of the State, haa writ ten a letter to the Nashville American, in which he vilifies and Blinders the prnes of our city in the following lansruaee: "Our home newspapers and refugee croakers no more represent the sentiments of the authori ties in this good work than does the editor of the Uhattanooga Tunes reflect the sentiments ot tbe good people of Chattanooga. As a representative of the press of Memphis, our city editor begs leave to eay that Mr. Cam eron's (statement is false in every particular; that the press ot Memphis represents the people of Memphis, and that be represent nobody outside of a very few personal friends and the attaches ot the State and National boards of health, in whose employ and pay he and they are. Mr. Cameron has s'andered the gentlemen of the Memphis press, who have done more, and are doing more, for the best interests of Memphis than he ever did or ever will do. To compare the gentlemen of the Memphis press to the idiot of the Chat tanooga Times is an insult to humanity. PEllMJNALS. The condition of Miss Minnie Foley, resi dent near Buutya station, continues to be critical. ..... ... General Peter Tracy is coming south ward from Cincinnati as advance agent of the Chickasaw Guards, who are on their grand tour. Mr. August Laoortk has been removed from Cochran ball to Dr. Eastern's residence, 356 Washington street. IIo has a typical oase of fever. William Murpht, who claimed to be from Memphis, received fatal injuries by a train which he was trying to board, near Longview, Texas, last Friday morning. Memfhians are concentrating at points from which it will be easy to come directly home as soon as it is safe to do so. The Nashville hotel registers of Tuesday con tained the names of many : recently arrived Memphiane, among them the following: V. W. M 'Do well, Josiah Patterson, S. H. Duns comb, R. F. Looney. J. A. Anderson, J. B. Aldrich. Nothing has ever been discovered to equal Dr. C. M'Lane's celebrated vermifuge for ridding the human constitution of worms. It never fails, is simple and very inexpensive. Every druggist keeps it, but see the name of "Fleming Bros,, Pittsburg," on the wrapper, or you are being deceived. Dillard, Coffin fc Co., Nos. 260 and 262 Front treat, are prepared to receive and store all cotton consigned to them.' Liberal advances mada on consign ments. SI. Lj. Meacham & Co. The house and cotton shed of M. L. Meacham and Co. are open in this city, and will remain open in future. They have a Iarg stock of fresh goods coming in daily, and are fully prepared ' to meet the wants of their customers and friends in tn?rocery line. Mr. Toston is in charge of the house here. Their house in St. Louis will remain open until farther notice. L,aitgfttaff, (iraham & Prondfit' HOUSE I OPKS. Orders solicited and promptly filled. Which is the Cheapest A package of Duke'B Durham, containing twenty pipe-fulls of the best smoking tobac co made, or one common cigar? Each costs ten cents. Notice -to the Public. I havo opened a carriage shop at No. 83 Jenerson street, opposite tbe theater, tor doing all kinds ot repairing, blackamithing, woodwork, painting, trimming, and horse shoeing. All work guaranteed first-class and at prices to suit the times, a G. mullkb. Usb Walter Baker & Co.'s chocolate if you desire the best in the market. The verdict of experts, both in Enrope and America, has for many years testihed to its great excellence. II err on, Uajnes 3e Co.'s Cotton shed open. No. 95 Washington street. Liberal advances made on consignments. It May Inter 8t Our Lady Readers To know that the painful c-ffects of sunburn upon a delicata skin can he immediately re lieved by tha use ot J. fi Atkinson s tones vinegar. The Wonderful Plaster. The uses to which india-rubber can be ap plied seem to be without limit. The article. however, has -never served a more practical or nseiul purpose than when added to the materials which compose Benson's ca peine porous plaster. This truly remarkable arti cle is certainly the best remedy for a certain class of diseases and ailments ever devised or known. It has the most powerful effect on the system, and yet it is very pleasant and convenient to wear. Females suffering from pain and weakness peculiar to their sex, will derive great comfort and strength trom its use. 1 or a neglected cougn or heavy coia, place one over the breast-bone and one be tween the shoulder-blades. It is the one and only treatment which should be applied to children smtcted with whooping-cough, ordi nary coughs or colds, cronp in its early stages or any lung or chest difficulty. It is also spe cially recommended for lameness and weak ness of the back, rhenmttism, sciatica, lum bago; kidney disease, sprains and all loeal aches and pains. It is a great improvement on t ae common. Blow -acting porous plaster, for it relieves pain at once and cures where other plasters will not even relieve. Sold by all druggists. 1'rice, twenty-five cents. Wholesale Liquor Trade. Carbery & Casey, 347 Front street, invite orders. Their stock is simply immense in every particular. Orders solicited. Taylor & Arnold Have just received a fresh lot of choice ap ples, potatoes, onions, fresh butter, cheese, beans, bacon, hams, Hour, meal, etc. From Dr. C. C. Clark, Oswego, N. Y. I have made sufficient experiment of Colden s Liebig s liquid extract of beef and tonic invigorator, to enable me to say it is by far the best of all tho preparations of the kind (food and tonic) that I have ever used To the sufferer from chronic diseases, or the convalescent, it is invaluable, being both nourishing and strengthening. JUallory, Crawford & Co. Our store (No. 254 Front street) and cotton warehouse are now open, under charge of Mr. Ed Moon. Will make liberal advances on cotton consigned to us. lladden &. Farrington, Having a warehouse of their own and unusual facilities for handling cotton, have arranged to receive all the cotton their friends wish to send, and will make advances thereon. Mtewart, Hwynne & Co.'s Cotton shed is now open, prepared to receive ail uuuiness. Ash brook & White's Hide-IIonse, 222 Front street, is open, and will pay high' est cash prices for bideo, etc. Porter, Taylor JSl Co.'s Cotton shtd. Gayoso street, between Her nando and Wellington, is now open to re ceive cotton. Liberal cash advances made on consignments. Forstenhelm & Wellford's Shed Is now open. We will make advances on cotton shipped us. ' LOCAL HUTIUK8.' To prevent hair from falling out, use Hall's vegetable biciuan hair renewer. Invalids requiring a stimulant made from pure grain and free from fusil-oil should pur chase tireen liner. When you are depressed by the gaunt, sickly feeling of a disordered system, which needs to be cleansed and stimulated into healthy action, take a dose or two ot Ayer's pills, and see how quick you can be restored ior a quarter. HA1HFALJL. lJi THE .SOUTH. I I 4 Weekly Resort of the United States j Missal service Corps oa the Hain- Z7 '.' fall in the Cott Belt - or Region of the United - Htates. The following weekly report shows . the amount of rainiall in the cotton region tor the i week ending October H. 1879. The rain fall is given in inches and hundredths. . Signal. Skkvick UHrriro states arxt, I 31KM1-HH, October 15, 1879. f Augusta. Ga Baltimore, ild ... Charleston, y. C. Cincinnati, O Corslcana, Tex.". . . . 1 . 1 U Lynchburg, Ya. . . .0 Oo, Memphis, Tenn.,. ... 8. 8 Mobile. Ala. ,0.27 .045 .1 07 .3.44 .0 41 ! Montgomery, Ala. 9.2rJNashvilie, Tenn..... .1.23 ,0.0iNew Orleans, La.. ...0.83 0.04 Norfolk, Vs.. ..0.00 0.14 San Antonio. Tex. ...0.00 Dennlson, Tex. . . . orl Ulhson, I. T. Galveston, Tex... inuianola, X8x a. Ti O.sa savannan, u i. Jacksonville, Kla....O.KrttSureveport, La.. .0.00 I K'.oxrttle. Teun 0 3 St. Marks, ia.....4.as I.lttla R('.k OOO VIckshUiK. Miss 0.04 Louisville. Ki 0.17 Wllmlneion, N. C...0-74 Ton snmll lo measure. Furnished for publication by authority of tue chief signal ofllcer of tbe army. a. 1 . VAanux, rriTuw oig. wrys, u. o. a. " MULlI ADO ABOUT JBOTHISR.". A Chapter from 8hakesneare that has Home aieanlBK In lleniphls In these Unhappy (laaraatine an lloardof Ileal tb Days. lEnter Dogberry and Verges with the Plckets.l Superintendent Dogberry Ax you all good men and true? . Colonel Verges Ye, or eke it were pity but they should suffer salvation body and soul. Give us thet charge neighbor Dog- Supt. Dogberry Neighbor, you are thought here the inDst senseless and fit man for colonel of tha militia, therefore bear yon the lantern. This is your charge you shall comprehend all vagrant men; you are to bid any man stand m the Stato board of health 'name.' Col. Verges How if they will not stand? Sunt. Dogberry Why then, take no note I of him, bur let him pass and presently call ine rest oi tne pickets logetner, ana tnank God you are rid of a sporad. Col. Verges If he will not stand then he is none of the State board of health subjects ? Supt. Dogberry True; and you are to meddle with none but the health board sub jects, lou shall alas make no turkey-strut on the streets, tor the pickets to strut is most tojerabla and not to be endured. Col. Verges We would rather draw pay than to strut; we know what belongs to a picket. Supt. .Dogberry Why, you speak like an ancient and most quiet picket; for I cannot see how drawing pay could offend; only have care that your bills be not too large. When you call ' at a Bpore ginhouse bid those that are at wbrk get them to bed. Col. Verges How if they will not? Supt. Dogberry Why, then,.-, let them alone till they quit ginning. If you meet a cotton wagon tho less you meddle with it, tbe more is for your honesty. - " Col. Verges If we know it to be a cstton wagon, shall we not lay hands on it? Supt. Dogberry-Truly, by your office you may; but I think they that touch cotton will be defiled. . One word more, honest neigh bor. I pray you watch about my bungalow door, for there may be trouble about pastes to-morrow. Adieu; be vigilant, I beseech you. ' Exeunt Dogberry and Vernes. THE CHICKASAW GUARDS, T&etr Knthnaiaatle .Reception at 9aah - Tllle Speech of Welcome by liaysr KereheraJ.' Special to the Appeal.l Nashtixle, October 15. The Chickasaw Guards arrived here yesterday morning from Louisville, and were met at the depot by the Rock City Guards and escorted to their armory, where they were welcomed by Mayor Kercheval. They drilled at the Grand opera house last night and at matinee to-day to large audiences. One of the grandest hops ever given' in Nashville is going on at the Maxwell house to-night. . Nashville American of Wednesday: "At nine o'clock yesterday morning the Chicka saw Guards, of Memphis, arrived in the city from Louisville. They were met at the de pot by an escort from the Rock City Guards, at least three hundred residents of Nashville, and a large number of refugees from Mem phis spending the summer here. The com panies formed and marched up Market street to the public square, and around the east and southern sides of the square to the armory of the Rock City Guards in tne Burns block. On the route they were run into by a drove of cattie, but by retreating to the sidewalks avoided being thrown into contusion. At the armory both companies slacked arms, and after having been introduced to Captain Carnes, of the Chickasaw Gusrd3, Mayor Ker cheval made the following address of welcome : Captain Carnes and Members of the Chickasaw uuaras: Gkstlemen In the name of the Bock City Guards aim municipal government of our city, I ex tend to you and your gallant company, the Chicka saw Uuards, a most cordial weloome. As Tenncs seans. we n-Jolee at tbe success which has crowned your eflotts and tbe palms you have carried away at St. Louis, Columbus, and elsewhere. You have been complimented on your proficiency by the best military talent In the land, Including General Sher man, and ot this you may well be proud. We have two companies here of wbose proficiency we boast much, and 1 hope they will go on In the practice of tbe manual of arms until they can compete with the best military organizations In the country. You are Tennesseans, and as Tennesseans we are proud of you. (Gentlemen of the Chickasaw Guards, I again. In behalf of the whole city, most cordially welcome you to Nashville. Captain Carnes said, in response: 8fr We are proud. Indeed, to receive such a warm reception at your hand, and are glad to know that the citizens of Nashville are so proud of us. We will try not to disappoint you In our drill to night. "The company marched through the pub lic square, College, Union and Cherry streets to the Maxwell house, where they stacked arms in the billiard-hall and broke ranks. After greeting friends who had come to see them they repaired to breakfast. The day was spent by the members ot the company in looking over the city and visiting friends. Between three and four hundred persons assembled at the operahouse, last evening, to witness an exhibition-drill by the Chicka- Baws.' -The curtain rose, showing the com pany in a semicircle, and presenting a tableau that evoked an emphatic demonstra tion oi applause. In this position tho com pany went through the manual ot arms with the marvelous precision lor which they are so famous each gentleman 3eeming to be a part of an automatic machine, the spring of which was only to be touched in order to pro duce an immediate and simultaneous move ment. For the first time, perhaps, in the history of the operahouse true soldiers ap peared upon its stage. The niRuualof arms seemed lo be as perlect as it could have been made, and such was the exactness of every motion that plaudits followed plaudits. Tbe evolutions of the company were as remark able as their skill in the manual of arms, and termed a continuous succession of tableaux, which brought down the house with thun ders of applause. The 'silent drill' was something never before witnessed in this city, and was fully worthy of the enthusiasm it created. Repeated calls having been made for the bayonet drill, the company went through that exercise in magnificent style." MARKETS BY TiSLEUUAPH. The following is the report of the cotton markets abroad as received per telegram at the eoiton exchange yesterday: COTTON. Liverpool. Spots steady; middling up landp, 6 11-16U; Orleans, 6 15-16d; sales, 8000 bales; receipts, 4850 bales. Futures irregular; October delivery, 6 916J; Octo ber aud November delivery. 6ifd: November and December delivery, 6(ff6 3 32d. if lor, hpots opened steady and closed firm; middling, lOJC; sales, 1017 bales. Futures opened steady and closed weak; January, 10.33 10.34c: February, 10.4710.43c; March, 10 63l0.64c; April, 10 7510.76c; May, 10.91 10.92c; June, 11.0211.05c; July, 11.12(ali 14c; October, 10.2S10.2Uc; Novemijer, 10 23f10.24c; De cember, 10 2310.21c; sales, 131,000 bales. New Orleans. Cotton qniet; middling, 10c; sales. 6700 bales; receipts, 6712 bale?; stock, 107,056 bales. lieceiprs at all United States porta since Friday, October 11th, 117,494 balep; exports to Great Britain, 43.777 bales; France, 7912 bales; continent, 11,381 bales; stock on hand, 366,863 bales. PRODUCE. ' ST. LOUIS, October 15. Flour strong and higher; double extra, $5 355 55; treble ex tra, f5 655 90; laiiiily, $66 20; choice to fancy, f 407. Wheat excited and biid.pr; No. 2 red. $ 1 301 32; No. 3 red, $1 24. Corn higher ni slow, 3738c. Oats inactive and higher, 27)jf27c. Kye advanced, 75c. Barley dull. Whiiky steady, 1 07. Fork firmer, 10 40. Dry salt meats in btrong boxed lots, 4, 77-8C Bacon firm, 4if, 89c. Lard dull, 50 uaked, 5.60c bid. A SURE -RECIPE Fof ' Fine G6mpleMns. Positire relief and immunity from complexional , blemishes may be found In Hagan s Mag- -nolia Balm. A delicate and harmless article. Sold by drug, gists everywhere. It imparts the most brilliant and life-like tints, and the clo sest scrutiny cannot detect its use. All unsightly discolora tions, eruptions, rfcss mars nnderthe eye8,sallowness,red ness, roughness, and tho Hush Of fatigue and excitement aro . at once dispelled by tho Mag nolia Balm. It is the one Incomparable Cosmetic. F.M. White & Co. No.330FONTST MEMTHIS, TEN., IV- SOUTH MAIK ST., ST. LOUIS, MO. T HIS H0TJ9K 13 ROW OPEN FOB BUSINESS, vim a iresn siock vi GROCERIES AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. We shall t pleased to furnish our friends, either from this point or St. Louis. Liberal advances will j be made on Cotton consigned to our address, either at Mempnis orctc Louis. w. m. mm w. Memphis. Tenn.. October 10. 1879. REOPENED! G. C. HOWARD & Co Cotton Factors, NO. 260 FUOJiT STREET. MEMPHIS. vTJB office and cotton warehouie (95 Washington street) are open, we are prepared io receiv ' cotton and make liberal cash advances on same, ano hold until onr market Is fairly open. PRESCRIPTION FREE -Trior the .pcedv Cur. of Swnlnal Weakne... Let X Manhood, Prem.turo DeblUty. Nwvou.neM. pLHinili iii ji Confuaioc of Hea, Averalon to Socle ty, Defective Memory, and ail Xheordera BroueM on by Secret Habits and jroeae Any druggist baa th. Ingredients. A JJr. .., DR. JAQUES & CO., 130 Wert BlTth Strwrt.CISCrjfNATI.OHia. To Propertv Owners, Purchasers, Sellers, or Kenters or Real Estate. ABOUT November 1st, I shall open In Memphis an orllc as Heal Katate itrsber and ltental AKnc to bay, sell or rent property oa commission, pay taxes, Decollate loans and make collections, fcy charges shall be reasonable ani at tlon prompt MINTK8 PARKKB. tST- My present address Is Columbia. Tenn. PBIWCRIPTIOS VRKSS Tnnn tktc sPUKTiTcrmit of Bemlnal Weakness. Jj Lost H&nboed and all disorders brought on by Indiscretion or excess. Any dnigglst has tne ingre dient. DB. JAytTBS 4 CO., 130 west Blito trtt. t:mcinnwn. mi . larsapafilia Is a romponnd of the virtnes of sarsaparllla, 8tilliiiria, mandrake, yellow dock, with the lod'ulo of potash and iron, all powerful blood making, blootl-cleansinsr, and lifenstaining elpinonta. It is the purest, -aie9t, and in every way tho most effectual 31 ierative medi cine known or available to ti i public. Tbe sciences of medicine and cr tmistry have never produced so valuable v, remedy, nor one so potent to cure all diJjwes resulting from impure blood.- It cures Jcrof ula, and all scrofulous Uisenses, Erysipelas, Rose, or St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples and Face-grnbs, Pustules, Blotches, Boils, Tumors, Tetter, Humors, Salt Rheum, Scald-head, Ringworm, Ulcers, Sores, Rheumatism, Mercurial Disease, Neu ralgia, Female Weaknesses and Irregu larities, Jaundice, . Affections of the IJver, Dyspepsia, Kmaclation, and General Debility. By its searching and cleansing qualities It purges out the foul corruption vhich contaminate the blood, and cause derange ment and decay. It stimulates and enlivens the vital functions. It promotes energy and strength. It restores and preserves health. It infuses new life and vigor throughout tho whole system. No sufferer from any disease which arises from impurity of the blood need despair, who will give Ayes's Saksaparim.a a tgir trial. Remember, tha earlier the trial, the speedier the cure. ' Its recipe has been furnished to physicians everywhere; ami they, recognizing its supe rior qualities, administer it in their practice. For nearly forty years Ayer's Sabsapa killa has been widely used, and it now pos sesses the confidence of millions of peoplo who have experienced benefits from it3 mar vellous curative virtues. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemist, - i Lowell, Mass. OLD BY ALL EBOGOISTS STSRTWBZatB. DYEING. r-i!!a ami Wiultuug dye eito l)vtd. Drew (ioori, cih&wln, r-il!c .mil Ciuiaujg ajea in dcsimWe cuorn; lrupe ei!wyi. ! DRY GLEANING. Drre m nil fhrtc ck-mni without ripping or removing the n miiuinj;. Tli most vlaboratfi jptirtf . and lb.putr.eal lr-v-. i thu t l-2;i.t.y cleM-eo. WW. It. TEAS!) LK.a5 Valnut8t.;t7irAo.nnti0 it. r.-ti'i nf v -apit'- -i-ftiliy p-'kni. High School. (On the Plan of the High Schools ot Virginia). Trinity, Hoi-can Connty. St. and j C K. IC Alabama. J. It. HXLKLLAND FBISCIPAL ! (Norwood nigh School, YUfftnla.) AxxtelGl tnj trim Alumni rtf Vie Vtrivernty of Ttrginia. TDKEPAHES boys and yorms men for the University AT of Virginia. University of tbe South, or for busi ness. ' will o(n Its Sixth Annual Session Septern- Dr jvw imai expenses ror ruiuon, Boaid, i WaslUnc, Fuel ana Lights during study hours, etc. S11H per tenn of five uontbs. Session consists of two terms. For catalogue containing full Infor- maiion, aaaress dutm a.. IjIlk, rropiletor. ' IiIttnoston. Ala.. June an. i7Q. This school Is fast growing In nubile favor, and Is really one of the very best training schools In the eouuiern sisie ior poys ana young men, as well as anrst-ciiiss Doaraingscnooi. tAtmua u. SMI TH. Mobiub, Ala.. May 15, 1879. I take pleasure In recommending this school to my f rtnnds and the public generally. The salubrity oi the climate, the conduct of the domestic depart ment, and the quallflca'lons of the teachers, place the school In the first rank of educational Institu tions. This Is really a Home School. The boys are well behaved and happy, and under the best domes tic, educational and religious Influences. - H. H. WILMKB. Bishop of Alabama. TDTi virtue of thedeciee of the Circuit Court ot tbe D l United States for the Western District of Ten nessee. Fitting In enuKy. and of the deed of mint. gage made by the Memphis Water Company to se- sure tbe payment ot Its six hundred bonds hereto fore issued,- referred to In said decree, I will proceed between the hours of ten (10) o'clock em, and three (8) o'clock p.m., on the Fifteenth Iy of December, 1879, at the front door of tbe courthouse of Shelby county, neiiiuuis, imiuvnoco, ,u mjii, iu yuDtic auction, lo the highest bidder, for cash In band, all the fran chises, rights, privileges aud property of the Mem nhlf Water Company. Including tbeeontmr hntawn it and city ot Memphis for the rent ot nra hadrnnt I and everything conveyed by the ssld dood of mort gage. The purchaser will be required to pay down to me at the time and place of sale on account of the purchase not less than ten thousand aollars In cash, or its equivalent In tbe bonds and coupons secured by tbe said mortgage as permitted by the said de cree: the balance of tne purchas- money over and above tbe amount so to be paid down must be paid In eash or its euulvalent In the bond and couuona sf Tured by the mortgage as permllt -d by the decree, within such time after the confirmation of the t-ale as the court may then order, not exceeding ninety (MO) days. The sale will at once be referred to the court, and will be subject to its rejection orconfirma. tlon; and upon its confirmation aud the payment of tue purchase money, the court will, by tbe proper de cree, divest tbe title to tbe sold and vest It absolutely In tbe purchaser, freed from the right and equity of lt'V "iV MOO, DE.L.LI W, C 1 EMUll 111 K, Commissioner. I TICS 9 t-Owing to tha prevalence pf , Tallow-fever, we have closed our House In Memphis temporarily, and bare opened In HT. lOt'Ki,at Ms. lOO ISoath Comaaerclal Street earner wamnt. where we are prepared to serve iour friends and cus tomers as formerly. ' - K" We are prepared, with a large and fresh Btoeh or Groceries, to nil all orders In our line. We have every facility for tbe Htorasre and Hand llnx ot Cotton . In this market, and will make liberal advances on shfvmenta to' us. Thanking our friends for the very liberal patron- ace extended to us In the past, we respectfully ask a continuance of the same. We shall open our house In Memphis as soon as the fever will permit jar-All Cotton consigned to us at Memphis will be received and stored at the Mutual Storage Shed, Main street, and properly cared for until our return. St. Louis, Ma, August 1, 1879, A. C & A, B. TREAD WELL & CO. JOHN WALSH, TJxxca.oxrta.lac or, 341 Second Street, near Corner Union . LINK UNITED STATES AND BOTAL MAIL 3TKAMIB3, Mew York to Oneeostown A Liverpool : Kvtry Thurmlal of Saturday, City ot Berlin, Mttl tons. CHyof Mrmtreal,4490tns City or menmona, 4mn uuy or mussem, - aim City ot Chester. - 4504 City of New York, - 8500 These uinictitncent steamers are among tbe strong est, largest aud fastest on tbe Atlantic, and have every modern improvement, Including hot and eold water and electrio bells In staterooms, revolving ehairs In saloons, bath and smoking-rooms, barber shops, etc. For rales of passage and other Informa tion, apply to jutLN u. ualk, Atreni, oi roaaway New York, or to XHOd. VISHKB, nt Rank. Mmnhl. Kmmot W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER AMD GAS-FITTER, HAS BEMOVKD TO 37 South Court Street. THB SHOP WILL BBHAIN OPEN, AND ORDKB3 for Plumbing and Gas-titling will receive prompt attention , and executed by competent workmen. THJS XEHTUCKY L1TEHAEI JOUriilAL (or tta. DorpoM ef faioraaalnc to. olroojanon ot tnwr papar, m ill diatritrata Cabh PnEMlUMS atnonnV . ins to 8100.000, ranftag from ALU to C30.O0U. to .aoKJiibara. CASH JMlKatlUMS. 1 0aah Prcrnlum of. .S20, 0,000 7.8UO 4,ooo OOuh Premiums oi . l,OOU 180. l.SoO ioO.- . tku . oO 45(J I a 1 0 Prmnhra. amonnUns to ........... 1 1 00,000 will b. dlatrlbntad b lot. in noblio. under .nperrialon of men of hlctl character and nodonbted atanding. at Covington, Kantuck. ov. is. 17. . nthnn tn Htetrihmte ahora 1-remlnm. to abMribmof tror paper br an act of the Kitaokj Leirlaiator. paand at tt iwrnuxrieaiiM, in i. nrOl receipt of S we will lent on. ticket which will ent.Ua tha parohaaar to a Cianoa which mar wnin any on. of the abora Oaah Prernlnma, and alao the Unun JOTJBaI. for one year. Adrw. all orders to ,. J. . If ETHCTT, Maunr, P. Q. Bex 119. Cowlacaoa, Rentmektw. Cotton Ginning OTJB Ginhouse Is open, and (Una are in good running order. Will attend to all cotton promptly that Is Intrusted to us. All cotton Insured while In Ginhouse or on the river when consigned to us. Sacks rural sued to responsible parties. . i HAYDEN GINS. oerate.1 l'll m m rAaiielSitiMTMi'iie Jiewroj Iletncay unnMdiatA I 8TBlief,cuieecaHKof onitatand. fails to cure. t.iv,-a uu InKinl uee!i,rdir.atTcane. m a daw I a bottK Bold by oil . i .- f u, lv.:i. l'. Knla Proprietor. Advice free in all diseases, tjall or writo. . . . V rr. i . i An H.ti Im .. itriJu'r' nn,lnl ,a 8. W.'JONBa ft CO.. Agents, 257 Main street MATTRESS manufactory. M bM tresses frsm t SO to S5 mannraetery of at the H. BTJTTENBERG, 231 Second Street. Refugees, Attention! AW tent are government prop erty. JPartles having same in ute will be held responsible for the! r return to tfhe Supply Depot after the epidemic . J. F. CAMEBOX. Far the jvtrnst Star Cotton Gin. 1 rjt are prepared to furnish this reliable Gin at v low n rices, aoeciai rates to casu customers. Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Address i jr. A. Hum x Brtu., nernittuwwu. i mill. 1GI 37 Court Place, LOUISViLLE, KV., '- A r.u!arlr -du-u-4 .aa l-Hr qoalilioj pbrtan aaa ih. Car.s all forms cf PRIVATE, glyNlC aud SEXl'AL Vliy Spermatorrhoa mxd Impotency, utbem.il of .rlf-abiu. in TOnUl, ttTml .xct. In ma. turer t.,r,. or other cauM, ul proJ--iiHf pome o f fill. :iDSeiwt-Xerrousn', rkanlnal Kmi-ioii. (niebi ea-ia. loni l.y J -e!Ti), DIipdcj of tlrb, Drftire Minif .y :.-lt a. PlBipkM.D Fane, Jkven.i.ii i Society ol f'l.i. ' Ccmfcma of Mxa., Iss of Hexual l'oer. t..nainnf m.maire !iapru.-T or uoippt, are th'reofh.r an peraia f nt:r eurei PHIL IS V"S ,tul iir. lv era.I;.-u-x fnm ta. . '.looi; UOJlOrrnML, GLEET, Sirlrtnrr,- Onaiitij, Betaia, lot ieupitue) , i'u-ai.aoil.tTprivaw.iseajea quickiy eared. Uitia'ir-cviJcuttiiu! apl.y e!aunopT.-p-ni-i tr. a oertiiM ci of lie., jei. and traatinr thmunt, anou al'.T, acquire-! ureal aii.. nrl-bM )u.Kiuf :-t eticn re.-mnianil p--.n- to n.v carr. '.Chen it i. iuronrenlent t. isit ine oil, for trw:n4i:n. nieJV.i.- ca be aeu priTalo an "amy ir ni.il or cjtpre. a-fi re. Cures GTiraxttci---2 in all Cases' GejJ'non, pertioaJ-. oy WW trr and inntel, Charfie. rcusonaole zad correJiion'leaee .itriotlr eoondaoa ' PRIVATE COUNfiELOR Of !00prita, rem to any addresa, aecurjly aealed, for lhir" Sit emts. i-'ho14 be rend br a'J. Adilreja at abtr. Mac b. ur. frttii I A. M. tn F. M. Ronda.a to i - a. To Our Friends and the Public. OUB office and Cotton Warehouse are open, and have been all the season, and we are prepared as usual to reoelve cotton anu fill orders. We have also an office in St. Louis. WOBMELKY GOODMAN. W. A. GAQK. H. M. GAGK. W. A. GAGE & BRO. (Successors to Gage Fisher), COTTOIV FACTOKVSr And Commission Merchants, No. 222 North Commercial Street, NT. LO UIS, MO., No. 300 Front Street, Memphis. WE have opened an ornee in 8L Louis, where we are prepared to handle cotton and attend tbe wants of our customers and friends. We will make libera! advancements, in mone or supplies, on cotton eonl(med to us at Memphis. All com munications should be addressed us, o. 222 North Commercial street, St. Louis, Mo. W. A. GAGE & BSO. Hadden & Farrington, . 278-280 Front Street, WILL COSTOi'UE OPEN. HlTiJia JL large stock of :tOCEKIK, are pre pared to serve enstomers. Liberal Cash Advances made on consignments of cotton. Change sHeadquart'rs rrmv nfflee of the llrrns.do I.nnranre X CowBpayUi be located at Ihaahvllle, 1 HOMOIMOMQ HOI I 1 IUW man 3 uu IE Tenn. until further notice. V. m. NELaON.i8ecretaty. P4T ROEBU, GROCER - AKD COTTOM FAClOlf, 62 Bealef cflr. Second, Memphis, vrill renaaln open. Cash "pats for Cotton, or liberal advances made TUOMA3 Ai GLIASON, Iew Orleans. DAT PBOUDF1T, Memphis. Gleason.Day&Proudfit Cotton ifl ctors, And Commiwsi : . erchants. 40 CHION ; ST., SETT ORLEANS, Li. o FFKB COTTON SHIPPERS THE CHOICE OF me two neat manteia. Murphy & Murphv, General Insurance Agents, . J Are temporarily located at Cleveland, : : i Tennessee. J.1.SIGNAIG0 Receives dally Fresh - Baltimore Oyster, wholesale and retail. No. 278 Second street, Memphis, Tenn. Parties outside of the Taxing-district can have their orders filled with Fresh Oys ters, etc at J. A. Mlgnalgo's, No. 1 11 Necoml HU, lAmlavlIle. Ky. J. FLAHERTY & CO UNDERTAKERS. ; ' And aLannfactnrers of r'lahertj's Patent Pre8errlnff Casket or Corpse Cooler, 817 and SIS SECOND ST.. 3IEMPIIW TTTI kaon an bund full lines of Metallic. Solid W Walnut, Bos wood Finished Caskets and Cases, trimmed In the highest style of art. Orders r mail or retwrmm win wimimwu mm. k. u MooreMseMo DEALKBS IN . Lumber, Doors, Sash, ,u.'l Blinds, Moldings, Cedar Posts, Shingles and Lath, Nos. 351-353-359 SECOND ST. OUK HOTJSIt 13 NOW OPIN, IN CHABGB OF our Mr- liaaaetc and we are prepared to till all orders with promptness ana dispatcn. , 1511'OKTANX INSURANCE NOTICE. OyylCK PLANT KB3 INSURANCE CO., Mkmphis. Tknn.. July lt. 187B. f Jr-AU policies 6xplrln In the Planters Insur ance company aunng ine epraemio wiu ue muvrw unless otherwise Instructed. u. 1). kaljc secretary, DAY & PRODDFIT. PURirSG the preralenos of feyer at Memphis 1 J we ah ail oono an oflice Kn 1H Month Vomnerelal t)treet,Bt. Ijoale, Mi.,forthe transaction of the Cotton Factorage and General Commission BqsUkms. All shlDments of cotton will be cold to the best advantage, and orders tor mer chandise executed at tne lowest rates, w iu advance liberally upon consign jienia. J)AY 4 PROUD T. Memphis. July 23.1879. . . Xotioe. FKICK OF G. D. BAINS. AHENT, I I . , . . t ot , o - .ujunrnin, auir . I ic i r. , rw- All nollcles exDlrtne durlntc the epidemic In the North Urrinan lsramce C. will be re newed, unless otherwise Instructed. All eommunl- tions to me at U Mlnnrllle, Tenn., win be promptly attended to. . i. itAUMt. Agent. 15IPOBTMT INSURANCE NOTICE Mjcmphis, July 21, 1879. JCBINQ the epidemic, the office of the will be at M'MINNTTLLK, TENN. All eommnnlc ttons addressed to me there will reoelve prompt at' tentlon. U. P. kauis, becrtary. T. R- HATNTH. R. V. H KB BON. Late Formerly T. B. Haynes ft Co. Herron, Connor 4 Co, Herron, Haynes & Co Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants. OFFICE, 286 FRONT STREET, HEJIPHIS TKS M EsMEK, Liberal advanoes on consignments. Special at- tent'on given to fllllng orders. . To Policy Holders. Oftick Hxrnaitdo Ims. Ca, 1 Mkhphis, July 19, 1879. i THB policy holders of this company are hereby notified that all policies expiring during tbe ptevalence of yellow-fever will be renewed unless otherwise Instructed. Applications for marine ship ments should be made as usual. AH communica tions addressed to me at NASHVILLE, TENN., will receive prompt attention. . . r. M. KELSON. Sec'r. okmck or 45 Worth Street, SEW YOBK. Ansait 1. 1879. IN order to avoid danger from the malady now ex isting In the Mississippi Valley, we have deemed It better for both our customers and ourselves to temporarily close our Alemphls house, and solicit your orders (or Pry Ciaoda, Notlonn. Clatn- r. Hen's FBrnlahlncs, etc., from our ofnoe In Mew Yarn. The advantages which this city can furnish in transportation facilities, in ease Louisville, Cincinnati and SL ixxils should also be come (not Improbable) isolated by rigid quarantines, induces us to adopt this poller. In order to furnish our friends with a more reliable assurance for ob taining their supplies. . We will endeavor to faith fully nil any orders with which you may Intrust us. Please address, with specific snipping directions. "Win. EL Moor o & Co. P. O. Box e3, 45 Worth t.. New York. Kpmlttances may be made by sight-draft, postal-order, or currency by express, we will open BIH KHBda STOCK in Memphis afterifrost. UIV1UKN I NOTICE. Omen of thb Puumrss Iustnuwca; Coitpant, I Memphis. July 9. 1H7. f AT a meeting of tbe Board of Directors ot this company, held this day, a semi-annual divi dend of flveTo) ler cent, upon the capital stock was declared. D. T. POBTKH, nesldenu it. D. Bitn, Hecretary. - FURSTENHEIM ! WELLFORD, 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, 1 14 N. MAIN STREET, ST. LOUIS Onr Memphis stor will remain open dor In the fever, and customers will be snp- plied from here or St. Lonia ag they ;prefrr lilSURAilGE. rTVSK BLTJFF CITY INSURANCE COMPANY I X O MEMPHIS, 1ENN., i Memphis. July HI. 1S70. I tW All Policies expiring in this company during the prevalence oi ine iever win uo irnmroi, i niharwiu inatmctrxl. Commnnlcattops addressed to me at NAHUVlliLK.TKAi.V, will receive prompt attention. w. a. awnii, pecremry. R. L. Cochran & Co. MANCT AC rUKEBS OB LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, WILL BBM AIN OPEN DTJBTNG THE SUMMER, Mr. G. M. Guerraot in charge, who will give prompt attennon to an oroers. Tu Policy:Holders. rjsiOTsa. Peovleo Ia.araaee Memphis are located for the present at Tate Kpnom rprlK,"';""r Cosnty.Trna. All Annual and Term Pol cles will be renewed, unless instructions to discontinue are received, corresporwients nre rwjuw mau dress CAaaiNGTON MAaOW.aSecretary. WffllMBffi&CO. b. Lowensi 1317 N. Filths 508 During the prevalence oi the fever In Memphis wawlU be located In this city for the transaction of our Wholesale-Business ! Exclusively Letters and communlcaUona.'forUw Sent, shoulo be addressed to this place. Our Memphis House Will Remain Open, as usual, we woim respectfully inform our absent friends, especly wjournlng in the Eastern and Western Cities, that, soon after frost, we will open wHh a mwPX.VTT. AND HEW Uht OF . - tapie and Fancy Dry Goods! BOTH FOR OTJB WHOLES AND RETAIL DEPARTMENTS. WHOLESALE w mm, mm 478 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK. We wonld respectfully announce to onr Friends jnd he Tide generally that we h aye opened as lltleJto fill all Order in our satisfaction, snipping all tcoods all Orders and communications LEMMON & OAliK. P. U. BUA duf, wr. i una. GENERAL OFFICE-No. 100and 102 NORTH MAIN, ST. LOUIS, MO. Our Memphis house will he Jilt. He Ll. MADE FROM THE BERRY IN COMBINATION WITH THE EXTRACT : . . OF BLACKBERRY ROOT. It is almost needless to say that this prpArtion, for im effectual and certain cure for Dysentery, Acute and Chronic Diarrhoea, Flux, and all kindred diseases, Car excels any other known remedy. It not only ruros the di.-np, but strengthens the intestinal organs and invigorates the entire ejmrm. We 'do not claim :irt- cure ever,) uuni;, 6- antee it to cure tho diaes we narne abrve: - For cbildrou it has no equal, being both mua -i r A W io f! l-t cfrr.nrt Vionor nnd st)Tetizer known. Bllla actio ,11 1W cun-vr!, niiu H'l - .it Can be titken ot all times with perfect safety. For sale by al druggists. A. YACCAKU. B. VxCCAJtO. " A. B. TACCABO A. VACGARO & CO., LStPOKTERS WINES, LIQTJOBS OIGAES; No. 324 Front street, SXempliifl. CO PA RT1V RRMHIPK OX ICR. -WE BAYS THI9 DAY ADMITTED MrL W CtU WT0RDA3 a nartner In our business, under the Arm name and style of MALLOBY. CBA WKOBD A CO. Ural- tul tor past favors, a contlnuanoe of the same Is sx. ixins, mo., oepiemoer 1, is. W B.HALLORT, I "VTC" F'TlUf T ate nf Harris Mallnrr A Co. I XI 3a M2 AliJll MALLORY, CRAWFORD & GO. . (SUCCS3SOBS TO W. a MALLOBY CO.) WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXD COMIIMSION MEKCHASTS, Q54 DETToin-t stroot, Mompms HrOwlna to the prevalence of yellow-fever In Memphis, we hav opened an ofne, temporarily, where orders and consignments will bare our prompt and careful attention. W. W.Gny. Jno. W. Dillard. DILLUHD, G0FFI1 Wholesale Grocers 219 Clietnut Street, St. I-ouis, Mo. H AVTNG TEMPORARILY ESTABLISHED ders of our rrlenda, m usual. nunnR COTTON 300 FRONT ST., MEJIPHIS. Offing to the continuance of yellow-fever in Memphis, we have opened a Branch Ilonse at No. 24 South Jlain street.'.Nr. JLronis. 3fo., where we will be pleased to receive from onr patrons, friends and the public srenerallj their shipments of Cotton, which will be sold to the best advantage. Orders for merchandise filled, at lowest rates. Onr Memphis honse will remain open. FORTER, TAYLOR & CO. A.M.B01TB SOH 336 FRONT ST., MEMPHIS, Are still open, and hope to serve their friends through this epidemic as thev did the last. Orders to points quarantined will be flllel In St. Louis or Cincinnati. Aft soon as Cotton comes In. their ehed will be opened, and liberal Cash Ad ranees made on same. Arranrrements will be made to sell Cotton In St. Louis and Cincinnati. Shipments consigned to ns at either place will receive onr best attention. J. R. GODWIN. L. D. XULL1XS, Jr. J. R. GO GOTTQf AK1 C031MISSION 31EKCHANTS, No. 336 FRONT ST. 219 CHESTNUT ST. 33 em plain, Tenn. St. Louis, JXo. t"We have opened an office at 819 Chestnut street, St. Lonln, for the purpose or serving; our customers and friends until tho fever abates. Onr Mr. 31ULLINS will make BARTLETT, TEN Ji., bis headquarters. We also have a competent man at our office In Memphis, who will receive all Cotton consigned to us at that point, and will adrance liberally lU either In cash or inert-handlne. V. C. FABC. mRGB,SU6QS'& WHOLHSAI.K esitocf.us, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants No. 258 Front Btreet. Meiupliis. Tenn. I PABTICVlaAU ATTKMTION if -1 em & Dfos. - 510LocustSts., anoye. in ew -with JJJeSSn direct fJ?l Znd to ior our jew orl liouse to usual, in charge of kept open as A-Fil.A. t' " - la ASD DEAXEES nr , Jll 1 I M A ! aw f k2 Jlllt - ' J ' - - .....nnnnnnnnwSSMnTJWSMnaSSnTa-"" respestfully solicited for the new eoQcern. W B. MALLOHY CO. I W. J.CRiWFOBD, 1 Late ot w. H. tiaioreau & Co. Tonn. at No. It. La. Coflln. W G. ITall CO. FactorSj and Cotton OUB3ELVKS HERS ABB rrt 5. r a h.l iu iu.a vo prfTaiewe oi ygimw-n-Trr m mr-iuy.... 24 S. MAIN ST., ST. I.OUIS. M. MrCALLCM. B. 8UPtJ8s JfAJLD TO TUB HALB OF XJTTO. FACTORS DW1N&C0 FACTORS Im 00