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.THEMEMPHIS DAiLl APPEAL -THUESD X. JANUARY 22, tSO.
AlcTIOW WAIVES. i'urnilnrn aud Unclaimed liagsnge Of the Commercial Hotel, AL-K SI'RIN. WAdON. AT Al lTIOX. THli MORMNU, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. RTOPDARD. Auctioneer. Nix Tijrct Uanm A T A1CT10N. This Day, 11 O'ClorU, nV A. M. STODDAhl), Auctioneer. 2L'H MAIN 8T MAlUM-ilKAS NOTICE ! I will sell, at Sheriffs sale, Oa Saturday, January 81, 1MHO, II the Costumes, Ornament, Figures of Hen, Klsb, Birds, Ai.linala-ln fuct. all the beau til ul FARAI'HKRNALIA OF THE ULKS. Hale will take place at the Exposition Hall. Memphis. .Inn. 20. lS-'O. E. B. DKETT, D. 8. LAR'IB AND tOMI'LETK STOCK STAPLE AM) FANCY GROCERIES! AIho. HIIK1.V1.VU and I IVTI UK8, AT AltTIOSi, BY A. E. FRANKLAND, 195 MAIN ST., Friday .Hunting, Jan. 23d, at 10 o'clock. A. K. KKANKLAND Auctioneer. KliKUAXT 1'ARLOK, HEDROOM, lUMMJROOJI AND KIT! 'II I.N FURNITURE, ATAHTIOH, BY A. K. FRANKLAND. ON TnE PRKMIhES 21'4 Second Htrett, up stairs. Thnrsilay .Morning, Jau. 2iid, 10 o'clock. Also, at same time and place. One GRAND PIANO Velvet, Brussels and Ingrain Cartels and Parlor Mirrors. Uoods on exhibition TUESDAY. A. K KRtNKIAM). Auctioneer. JKT PALACE. JET PALACE ANNOUNCEMENT ! VB Being compelled, through nijr losses by Are, to realize money as fast as pos-lble, I still sell my line stock of Jot (JoM-rialed and Solid Gold Jewelry (NOT DAMAGED), AT If KATEi Y HKIUCRM PKICFS. REMOVED TO 375 Main St , few doors above old stand. Parties Indebted to the Jet Palace will please call and settle. I. lMrli?r tlanaiten HOK.-K rwrk lirovm borne. 1H hands high; short tH 1 1 ; ronri M'ir In fortlixatl; fore teet shod; In good onlnr; frill reward . W. J. THDtLK, r,n lvrnri place, near Kerr svpnoe. FOUND. PAIR O LADY'S f'UKKS. Linen Handkerchief and Nerk-tle; can be had at this olllce by pay tnijfortbl iidvertuement. TO XCIlA.N'iK. (TORN Kit LOT A ttood comer lot, near Mlisls J sii'l'l and TenntKsue l.-pot, for wHgon and team or hore nnd Ihwjt. fail at No. t Mulberry at. M'fi'ttA I 0NY On January Ulib, a light bay horse pony. A sullubid regard iii oe p.-tio ror nis reiurn vu T. W. HWI!V 1H4 Main. M1MKY TO LOAN. Mt'NKYTO LOAN ON LIF Arm ENDOWMENT Insihanck ini.icms. We also buy Em.w mknt Pot. ifiK-t. Is Hied by landing companies, ma turing wllUlii live yr.tr. AUctiess, Inclosing stump for reply, HKNnV W. KOUKIIS A CO., Corner I eictnirton and t'hnrl wrrwis. Baltimore. PR ;;&: AS.. He. M'CALL linn removed his law office to No, .41 Wadlion street tHiCLTlaVKI ban removed his residence and XJ oflieeto HI 7 MAIN" bT.. between Monroe aud I'nlort. iivr Rxfr'-, lolwic-o om. Olt EXCUAfttsE. HOUSE Ni. I horse, suitable for r.uggy. phaeton or saddle, Will exchange for anything of e j i lalva liw. Addret. "HOHJK." this olllce. KESIDKNCK A commodious and desirable reel denoe In Bolivar, Tenn., for like property In Memphis. J. W. NtCLSON. Denl!it, 1!15 Main street. "pCwELLINU lJirrt end leirHtilT dwelling with xJ 4 arre lot, convnlent to splendid femalecol lfie. In LaxnuigH. Timi., lor duelling In Memphis. Kr rerrrenue apply to C L. Sullivan, Hell's Depot, Tenn LUST. Put KKI" BOOK On the Charleston railroad, or Ii4swu di'oot and strt-et cars, ared moiooco (MK-Ueti'iH-k. con: 'tilling some money and papers, be longing to SU.h. M A. Lincoln. A suitable reward will be puld by leaving the same at No. Ill Madison street with H. L. C-UION. T"OU- SJ REWARD- Whlte.wlth light brown stmts J o'i in j liy. n brown Ht around each eye, looks s-miethiiig like a pointer. Left home liut Hon. lav. i jiii instant, and when ldst seen had a chain attached to blsnet k. Will pay the alKive named r w.ml on his t'tlivery to me at No. 5ttt Mala lr.tt. J. H.CLAKK. IAMONI) KINH-Kor which a liberal reward will txj puld. It returned tu vi. s i'I.i.a pritrY. Main st. wAivrf'. liOl'it LKK.-wWAkhnc nd out Uuttou-hole f in liter. Apply immediately. MR?.AK. M.QAN, -J.! Main stret. 7'VTlS As hiiperli.temleiit of farm; beet of IJ el! or country references given Address J. At,, cireof I.. Ltwhorn A Co., .'141 r gf utreet, C10M I'l'.I KNT person to take chanw of millinery J d-piilineiit lu a llist-clHti Uoi.s- outside of the oily. Apidyto Kl KKK. HKHlHi A CO. Al..-t IKtN, MK I ALS. aiJ all grades 01 Cotton. XX Onieis by mall piomj tly intended to. rt. C.ABVY, Anent, Nos. 11, : end l.'Beale street. JjlTl X VH'N Hy a young man of business habits, O who writes a good hand, aud Is a giaduute of the V'a. Ak. and M. College. drsiies a sUuutlon as clerk, or some pli;cs wher be can earn an honent living. Address W.M. K. H1ANK1.1.N, this ofllce. D AY-BOAItDltKii-Orioolu and boaid, at i:l Madison st. TANK ON BIO CHKKK quarter of arrlle from J Mlillugton leiot. on Memphis and Paducall Kallnvad; Ulleen nines from Memphis; H'JO acres; the richest truot lu Shelby count t : covered with pri meval torest, raiiixlsilng of walnut, jellow-povdar, pawpaw, hickory, iiL.-afr.is, oak and ash. all of the linet ciiaiacler 1 lie entire ttcu-t Is neatly a plane. Title perlect ami sale iwsltlvn. Terms ciush v- w- HOYriTKK CO. 4 i iPH tli-res ot land, tltiee miles east of Col J lleivllle. Tenn.; tine Improvements: hnuse containing seen rooms; f.O aorts lit cultivation; good oicl.ard aiel gMKl water. Apply to D. J Ar mour. orMelden .V f'aiker. 5! sr Main street. NK-IKHihK J't KUlu perlect order, ana ou- V- euv tiln, cheap. One line young ihoroURlibred JEU3KY BULL, with extra points. tine tlmroughhred louns 80UTH DOWN RAM. from luiHriel spa'. Als, llmlle.l lot of TURNER RASPBERRIES; Isiye d ami lesl for this cilmaie. A lew hundred CIlKaCKNT ,-KKDLINU and (.'apt Jack irtwlrr.es; in e, M tvor and productlve-ne.-.s, much superior to Alba 'it's. WM. I.. VASt:K. 8 Madison st. " Ttl (i It'ltK, siick ttiot iixtures, doing a good I J business.. rt.ftMHi lor selling Uie death of the proprietor. Arsrechance. B f AV f UYj JsKKI.IN. Miullson t. JklTTrMt M." l 'hHiAL Ali biMiKUY Having pon.lia.sed the Tyne. J'rrnses (Hoe. Campbell and tiordom. Hook Ulndery and Machinery of the lata " lloyie I'rlntlnn Company," we will sell the name L uuaulltlee to run purchasers. Ad. tress ti. ( 1 ta)K A CO.. Memphls. OBSK AMI HOCK AWAY Hoodfamlty horse, i.Kk iy, i.r.ulyncw, willlw sold toyether or separate, clieao Apply at i orresl's stables, or to Johnston ft VMice. IjAKH Of rl.'t ares.viie mile from Columbia. ' Maury county, Ttsin., on the Ml. f ieasant pike; Hell watered. K.ir pamcuUrs apply to K. C. M'DOWtLL. Attomey-at Law. Coluintila, Tennessee. "acTvSTwo well bred Middle Tennessee Jacks; lw bauds; well broke; pedigree furnished. J. A. KOKHf.Sf A CO., 1. 1 and 73 Monroe street. IOTd Two unimproved lots on (ieorgla street, J HTtg to. t f rout each, by 100 feet deep, near 6U loseon s t. ourcu. . , .... KiiK-Uy rtvrr or r.ui. yimnilty and uualdy J guaranteed, lenve or!ci Jotin A. Iu-nle s, HS-J Krunt siteot. or W. J. Cuaae w, s, 1S'2 Main l. H. V. Htl'Rlt. l reeu B.M.STRATTON Dealer in Maple and Fancy GR00ER1ES! Froxh Taso and Canued Goods. Host Green and Dlack Tea on the market. Choice Green and Fresh 1'archcd Coffee . The Charm i;akin-rowder lias no hu- jHTior Tor btrenth aud purity. Choice SIdpIe aud Golden Syrup. Fre-h llomluy. Grlt, rearl Meal, Crai ked AVlu at and Graham Flonr. I re Iho K1G A: iVIIITK MYAN F1.0UK. B.M.STRATTON AM tKBWWm W KtHlllK.'' -rMKATFK. A Korrr.erly Memplils Theater.) DAYEY BHOOK3 Propiletors ar.d Managers. " t:OLOXF.L "KILKKH" TO-N IGUT AND FRIDAY. Owing to the Illness of Mr. Raymond, who will not be able to appear, Hr.l "harlea W. Hatler. the well-known Comedian, who supported Lotta, as William A. Bogus, In "MuRette." two jears ago, will appear as "Colouel Sellers." Saturday Matinee WOLFERTM ROOST, batunlay Nlghl-COLOM-L tKLLEKS. Monday, Jan 2-Mls Annie l lxiey In ' M'HE3." ASIKHICAN 111 KI M, No. a Malu street. Open from U a. in. to 10 pm.,wltb performances each hour. The Egyptian Mystery, or London tihost Show. School of Trained Animals. Larzest 15 cent show In the world. Over 600 Curiosities, ticrool chlldron nlmllted for 5 cents on Saturrt.-ns. jggll,L,14.KUM! BlLLlAKPSl COWEKSL'S DIILIAKU PAKLOB ! Mo. 13 Hlooroe Mtreet. UII.L.IAKI AKI PO!)L TAULKH ! And all kinds of Sporting Goods. CfT-AGENT FOR THE H. W. COLLENDER CO. TIIK ItlKI NTOHK, l(IKIi I. . . .ltlKl !. . . K1UJ.S ! EXTRA INDUCEMENTS ! IIAKTZ S10U.YTAIBI CANAKIKH! BEST 1XEK ARB OFFERED AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES : Splendid Slneers COoloe Select lingers. Female Canaries Cages Presentation Cages S 3 00 25 Kill . from rto cents to 5 00 from IS 7 to 60 00 Also, a Dne selection of Fancy Grasses, Bouquets, Hanging-Baskets, Vasee, GoIdQsh, Aquari ums, etc CP-Wlre-work, such as Garden-fencing and Wire guards for doors and store-windows, at MKJinilS HIKD STORE. H !tllr HTItRKT. ICKUAltD, CITY BOND3-S100 RF.WAR-The following City of Memphis Bonds have been stolen, viz: Nos. Hli. 134 HIIH.Hntl, U52, 4!7, nl. 545. IH49, 1M50. 2057. 27X7, 2H11, t01)4 and(4H, and as lliey are p-t due, parties dealing in bonds would do well to make a note ot this One hundred dol lar reward for their return to the Appeal ottice. NTliAYtl) OK STOLK. C10LT One large bay horse colt; two years old; J three white feet: long tall; short mane, aud left eye glass. The Under will be liberally rewarded by returning the came to A. KHttLlCH. 78 Marshsll avenue, corner Orleans. GRAY PONY 14 or 15 hands high; shod In front. Deliver to Bay Horse Saloon nnd be rewarded JOHN RKEV IS m -,'. AH l liOAl5. SINGLE ROOMS For gentlemen, with board, at 1 04 Court street. FOOM3 Furnished rooms with excellent table v i ..... i .i . ............ i, . r. . ( V, ... n... t D Y -BOARDERS And large furnlnhed room also H M ICIlt, OV JJ UIIIUTTII OlIXTQIM LAKOK KWlNT ROOM Furnished or unfur nished; dressing room attached If desired. Terms to suit. Oa bwrders wanted. 77 MARKET ST. R txin Nlcelv furnished room, with board, at -' 219 Kadlson street References required. BiKONT UOOM Kiegaiuly funilslied, at No. 104 Court street. Suitable for gentleman and wile, or two single gentlemen. ReletenC3S KOOMS Nice Iuiult.he-1 rooms, cheap, at No. H5 main street. r OT 2o0 by 25d feet; suitable for cottonshed. Lj wm. l. vancb. qa AChKS OF LAND Well Improved, In a high OU state of culilvailon, at GiU's Station, i!Vs miles fioin city, ou M. and C. R. R. Apply to J. A. FOKHKST CO . HI Monroe St. iiS-JAiT. HOUSK-Kurnlshed or unfurnished, at SM5 per month: seve'al boarders will remain In the house. If desired. Apply at 12.'l Court street. E RESIDENCE Or part of It. Appiy at No 244 l- Washington, or S and 41 Jeflerson. s TORES- Dwellings, Oftlces. Rooms Mrs. I. D. CON AW 4 y. Agent. K Madison St. F) ESI DENCE Formerly occupied by A. E. Frank L laud, 2h9 Poplar street; In first-class order; S20 per month. Apt ly to MENKEN BROS. fTOUSg The desirable 2-story frame dwelllng l) house. No. 27H Linden street. Just east of Wellington; has all the modern Improvements and Is In perfect order. Also, a neat Cottage, pleasantly located, at 42rt Pontotoc street, near Orleans. Ap ply to J. H. SHEPHERD, 10 Madison st. CtORNKR 6TOKK The eligible corner store, at J No. 2d5 Main street, corner of Court, hereto fore occupied as a leweiry store. JOHN M. CAR MACK, Attorney. lt West Court utreet STOREHOUSES fereral large first class Main street st rehon-es. centrally located. Storehouses 235 and 237 Second street. Cole t t 'o.'s old si and, 332 Seconu street. No. 2tl4 ttecond street, corner Court. Dwelllngbouse on Jessamine street, recently occu pied by K. L. Topp. Dwellings In thosuburbs. UOl) acres well -fenced culUvatable land, two miles rrom the city. Well Improved place of 230 acres, six miles from city, with line cottcn gin Sleeping- oom and oillcca on Front. Court ar d Second stteels. JOHN OVERTON. JB. Apply to C N. GROaVKNOR. corner Second and Court. rriUE COK RErilDKNCE 27H Linden street. Ap JL Ply to CLARKE, JOHNSON CO., 870 Front street PLANTATION The Lundy Place, ten miles south of Memphis, containing lilM) acres of good cleared laad tor rent for one or more years; plenty of water end tine stock range. Apply to U. Dudley Frayser, No. 9 Madleon street or 7.ENO T. HARRIS, nt White Haven, Tenn. jr-j-QCSK AND LOT LONaDALK fLACK. For the coming rear -the well-known Lons dale Place; a two-and-a-half story bouse, contain ing fourteen to sixteen rooms, a short distance be yond the corporation line. The lot contains four acres, well Improved, with shade trees, magnolias and other evergreens, with a good garden; two large cisterns and a well, stables, barns and other oul-bulldlngs. w 111 b renied low to a good tenant. Apply to B. RICHMOND. 20 Madison st. IOOM Large unfurnished rrout room, with small A' room connectli g, can be bad, with good board, at 72 Couit street. References required. ROOMS Fumlflied or unfurul.-bed, single or In sulls, without hoard; apartments suited lor light housekeeping, at 101 Jefferson street M Y RESIDENCE And Cue lots st GUI's station. X Ll tlA X ACS. ROOMS Unfurnished; In a private family; unex ceptionable references required. Address "K," this offlje. ritWO I1U1CK HOUSES On Hernando street, Nos. J 2H3 and 231; 7 rooms each. In excellent or der; newly paereu. Apply to Thomas Foley Sri Front, or L. Gulon, Rental Agent, Hi Madison ?t R OOMS HurnMied moras, 8d to 58 per month. at 107 Jetretson nreei. "L BdlUKNClCS Two clean, commodious rejl- LX denoes, free from fever inrectlun. MlNOH MERIWETHER, 245 Second st FLICKS AND "ROOMS In the PlanU-rs Insur ance Building, a few commodious oftlces and steeplng-rooms, with all modern Improvements, and thorniiKhlv clesned and elred since iheepldemlc loasled IN 10 UNI) FACKAUES. With the best known and latest ItnproTcd machinery, wo sre daily roasting-an A J grade or Ct flVe and pnttlnsr It np InPOUXO PACKAGES', nuder the "SlLVKR MOON" brand or Jlest Golden Rio Coffee. The wrap per is neat and Eliowy, sealed air tight and packed in cases of 30 aud 50 pounds. We sell the same Coffee loose, either glossed or plain roasted, pnt tip In clean new barrels made for the pur pose. We also 110 AST PEAXUTS, nicely and evenly, which cau bo shipped either In Dags or Darrels. Merchants wishing their own Cof fee roasted and put in tight new bar rels, can have It done by sending to us. OLIVER, FINNIE& CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, t LUCAL rAKAUUAl'IIS. Tha Tennessee ciub Uall panic off last niiilit. The milJnesn of tho present winter sea son has been remarkable. A lare atuoast of coal from Pittsburg has been received at our poet. Never was there so large a stock of cot tcn in Memphis its at present. Yesterday the fixtures, etc., of (juentol's restaurant were aold at auction. Nearly ou hundred auU twenty thou sand bales of cotton are tu tho city. The wet.ther cleared up aain yoster Jay, but a storm I row the gull wm indicated by tho barometer. v Memphis lotlge, No, I'M, Knights of Coffee Honor, at a meeting held on Monday night, I decided to receive applications tor memoer ship. E-quire E.am, of tho eighteenth district, and residing at li tntyn SUtion, is down sick with pneumonia. Dra. Mitchell and Maury have pro nojnced Mr. John T. Raymond's illness an attack cf pneumonia. Hal f a dozen arrests were made by the police yesterday and last night, all of them being tor misdemeanors. . The matter as to taking up the rotttn NicMson pavement will be duly attended to by the city authorities. Tiio sewerage business has commenced i.t last, much to the satisfaction of every one who baa the weilare of Memphis at heart. The city government authorities have contracted ier some fifty rcileB of sewerage fipe, which will bj aebvered here as wanted. A thunder, lightning, hail and rain storm passed over ttie city frcm the siuth wett last night at tight o'clock. It cooled the atmosphere considerably and left the sky clear and serene. The F.orida, a seagoing steamer, built at Pittsburg and engaged tor the St. John's river (Florida) trade, passed our port yester day. She will go around from the Missis sippi and gulf to St. John's river, and will engage in the fruit and passenger trade. Lat year the Belle of Texas undertook the job of eotng to sea t-j engage in the St. John's river trade, but ehe foundered at sea before she reached her destination. The Florida, a better seagoing boat, will take her place, and will no doubt double the Florida cape successfully. The following marriage licenses were is surd by tbe county court clerk yesterday: Colored Charle3 Lwis ar.d Lucy Brooks, Henry Davis and Enssy Owens, Peter Ed mouds and Martha A. Smith, Albert Cam eron and R. White, Stephen Bradley and Caroline Neely, Simon Pendleton and Anne Daoke, James Harrison and Elizj Lobbins, Joseph Catoand Jennie Murray, Honry tiolds by and Lucella Richardson, Henry Scruggs and Mary Walker, Jerry Linley and Matilda Boons, Washington Shane and Mollte M'Uhee. Whites Gustavus Reia and Ella Milius, closes Hodtrea aud A. E. Foard. Judge Horrigan, of the criminal court, has under consideration the question as to tbe location of the county workhouse, wheth er it is at tiie county jail or on Presidents island. Some time siuce the county quartet -ly court decided tho county jail as the county workhouse, subsequently the court leased the work of prisoners to the proprietors of the Presidents island iarm. The question has come v r for review upon the demand of Sheriff M'Gowan, who holds at the jail per sons ou peace warrants, and who have failed to give bonds ta keep the peace, and who were ordeted to be turned over to the Presi dents island people to be put to work until they had furnished the required bonde. The question ia a nioe one, aud will be duly set tled by Judge Hj.-rigan cn Saturday next. WrxiJAMs'8 book store has jutt received the preUie. t papeteiiea ever ia Tdemphis. Go and see them. Dr. Snyder left on yesterday for Desoto c- uotv, Mississippi, on professional business. W.ll be back Friday evening. Georok J. Pooley, a native of Birming ham, Englend, and at one time a resident of Memphis, died on Tuesday at Grayson, Ar kansas. Mn. John C. Latham, of Latham, Alex ander & Co., bankers, 37 Wall street, New Yo;k, is in the city, and is the curst of his father in-law, Mr. Thomas U. Ailen. Visitors registered yestTdiy at the cot ton exchange: John C. Latham, jr., New York; A. iiuionson, Carlisle, Arkansas; T. D. Floyd, Striyhorn, Mississippi; Y. A. M'Liren, Wilhston, Tennessee; Pinkney Topp, Faulkn.T, Miesiisippi; N. B. Shearin, MiddletoD, Tennessee. AMUSlfillENTS. Kieabrle's Theater. Last eight at the Theater Wolert'a Roost was presented, the diffarent roles being tilled by the dramatic company as heretofore, with the excepliou of "Ichabod Crane," which role was taken by Mr. Charls W. Batler, owing to the sickness of Mr. Raymond, who has a severe case of pneumonia. Mr. Butler acted well the part, and was most acceptable to the audience. He ia stage-manager of tbe com pany, and has been on the Memphis stage heretofore, when Lotta aud company appeared here some jeara sine?, on which eccnsion he was leading man and supported.Lotta as "William Bokurs" in Afu sttte. While tbe audience was no doubt dis appointed at not seeing Mr. Raymond, the I'-adiDg pp.rt was admirably well tilled by Mr. Butler. To-cight Colonel Mulberry Seller with Mr. Butler in the title role, will be pre sented. At the matinee on Saturday, Tl'oi fert's Roost will be reproduced. To-morrow nigLt a young lady from Kentucky will make her rfc&uf as "'Louisa H iwkins" in the drama of Colonel Mulberry Sellers. The young lady has developed considerable dramatic ability in amateur theatricals, and will, no doubt fill the ro.'e in a most acceptable man ner.) Xllss. Monday r.iicht, next, Miss Annie Pixley will appear at tbe Theater in M'liss, a drama of California notoriety, and in which tragedy, comedy ar.d farce are strangely blended. The sale ot seats for this engacrement will com menca at Hollenberg'a, en Saturday. Cotton-8eed Again. Editors Ledger Wo wb-h to correct an error into wbi ;h you and tbe morning papers of Tuesday have fallen as regards the ship ment of colt vi-BPed from abivethe mouth of White river to New Orleans. It is not true that any arrangement f-xists or ha existed during the eeas.m to prevent such shipments, and shippers of seed i.hd send them to that market it it ia to their interest to do so. But we do not propose to furnish sacks free of charge in which to make shipments to other parties than ourselves. An agreement does exif-t between Memphis and New Orleans m-.lls, t;s wed as with other oil-miila, by which one mill will not purchase seed ship ped in 6acks of ano'.ber mill. That agree ment is adopted by all mills to protect them selves sffainst dishonest shippers. Therefore if shippers of seed want to send them else where than to "association" mills, let them turnp-h their ctrn sacks and sh:p to New Or leans if Uiey to elect. No agreement exists between Memphis and New Orleans mills as to tha pries to be p tid for seed. Etch one arts lor iUelr, and we suppose pays all tt can afford. Our friends will plo-ase bear in mind tbut our r-aets are private property, ia which we have au tirnual or cons'.aiit investment of over twenty-five thousand dollars to each mill, or one hundred thousand dollars for the four associated milW, aod think we are en titled to the usual protection tor private prop erty. We hope morning and other papers who have Improperly stated tbe matter will make tbe proper correction. If shippers will a,?ree to iuinisb their own sacks in which to Hbip seed, we can idioru to and will pay larger prices for seed say one dollar per ton. MEMPHIS COTTON-SEED ASSOCIATION. Oyer 20OO Druggists tu various p.rts of tbe United States have signed the following iodorsement, the signa tures cf which may be seen at 21 Piatt street, New York: "Gntlemeu For tbe pest few years we have sold varioos brands ot porous piiiHters. Physicians and the public prefer lienson's capcino porous plasters to all others. We consider them one of the very few reli abls household remedies." Scores of emi nent physicians bave spoken and written about this article, commending it in the high est terms. Benson's capcine porous plaster is without doubt the best remedy ever de vised for lame and weak bck, stubborn coughs, kidney and spioal complaints and all local aches and paius. Toe public are special ly cautioned against cheap and worthless plasters having similar sounding names ac cept ouly Benson's capcine porous plaster. Sold by all druggists. Price, 25c. Shell oyeterscooUed by pte&mat JFoba Sturla's, corner 31-la end EJnloa. Which Is the Cheapest, A package cf Duke's Durham, containing twenty pipe-fulls of the best smoking tobacco made, or one common cigar? Each costs ten cents. Kmoke Wright's Orante Wnrham. I'lojd's IJesiaurant. "That's Floyd's," is what people say. "Let's so ia and get something nice." Our restaurant has become so popular that all the country people go there, and ladies never go shopping without stopping at Floyd's. lirown & Jones. I'Ktsitorar, ishotvrcll and Cannel Coal. SH Malu wtrect. French Steam l)ye-Works. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and doaced at Louis Reisrel's, 62 Jefferson street. Ucuts' boots, patters aad slippers cheap at Adler A liro.'s. lueale street. Floyd's Candies And ice-creams are delicious. Try them. Thej will please you. Need Gialu. lilack. White, and Ued Heed watut, low to the Trade. K. C. HUH AN AN CO.. 1 amt IS l aloa street. Hvtuke Wrlcat'a Oraacte arhaam. SEWERAGE Work Caaaaaeaeed Breaklas tiroaad a Unloa Htreet, Bear Welllaa tea, aa Yesterday. Coloael W arias la Chtrgeef tbeWsrk, which will be Carried aa to Cooipletloa. Yesteiday morning, near the corner of Union and Wellington Btreets, tbe work of breaking ground tor sewerage was com menced under the supervision of Colonel George E. Waring. Some two hundred per sons were present, including the members of the Taxing-District government, cotton ex change, sanitary committee of fifteen and its chairman, Mr. D. P. Hadden, Mr. John Johnson, Mr. John Loague, Mr. A. D. Lang staff, Dr. Reilly, of the National board of health sanitary commission; Mr. Metcalf, of Colonel Waring's engineer corps; Major Humphreys, engineer; Mr. Niles Meriwether, District engineer, and many others. The first spadeful of earth was thrown out by Dr. Por ter, president of the Taxing-District. The work of excavating will be carried on regu larly and rapidly, and a large force of men will be employed. Tbe first work will .be to excavate for the main sewer, which will run from Union street near Wellington to Lauderdale street down to the intersection with Gayoso street, and along the line of the bayou on tbe west side to the river. When the work is under full headway gangs ot men will be employed in each ward of the city on the work of digging trenches. The contract for sewer-pipe has been settled, and the pipe will reach here as rapidly as required. Nearly fifty miles of sewers will be put down by the middle of next May, and all necessary connections can be made by property-owners. The Bayou Gayoso will be attended to with a view to perfect sanitation. A dam will be put in, so as to reclaim the offensive bayou and keep within its banks afresh and pure water Bupply all the year round. Work has commenced in earnest, and it has been placed in most competent hands. A SENSATION SPOILED. It hat was Declared to be Well-Attested Cases of Asiatic cholera Prove to be tbe fteaalt of Oebaacii aad Polsoa Critical Exaaali atloas Made by lr. Thornton aad Ir. Kelly, of N. . II. For the past forty-eight hours there have been flying rumors In the air to the effect that at tbe meeting of tbe Shelby county medical society, last Monday night, the session was devoted to the dis cussion of two cases of "cholera," so-called, which were alleged to have occurred recently near the east ern city limits. It bad leaked out that "rice water discharges" and other paraphernalia ot tbe Astatic plague were exhibited at tbe meeting, and that the oplulon was unanimous concerning the character of the disease. Inquiry from such mem bers of the society as the Appeal reporter met, failed to elicit either denial or positive confirmation; but as tbe rumors grew Instead of oylng out, tbe sanitary commissioner of tbe Apfbal, was instructed to visit the scene of the re ported cases, and to make a tboroi.gh Investigation of tbe subject. Fortunately this was rendered un necessary by our commissioner meeting Dr. Reilly, of tbe National board of health, who, upon being Interrogated concerning his knowledge of the mat ter, stated that be bad Just returned from Brlnkley avenue with Dr. Thornton. That at his (Dr. Thorn ton) request be bad accompanied him for tbe pur pose of sitting the matter thoroughly. Tbey had found one of the eases entirely convalescent, up and dressed, and pioper Inquiry satisfied both the gentlemen that this case was one of severe cholera-morbus caused by over indulgence In "wblte-oak" cheese and lager beer. The prem ises and surroundings were In excellent sanitary con dition, and, although, as a matter of extra precau tion. Dr. Thornton proposed to have tbe water sup ply analyzed by Prof. Safford, there was nothing to lead to tbe belief that the water bad bad anything to do with the sickness. Tbe house where tbe colored woman died was next visited, and there sufficient evidence was gathered to arouse suspicion that the woman bad accidentally poisoned herself with an infusion of a loot, the Ideality of which has not yet been ascertained. Here, too. there was nothing ob jectionable In the surroundings, nor was there. In either locality, any sickness among tbe nelgbbois using tbe same water. And this is the foundation for all tbe mysterious mutterlngs and some real alarm. Dr. Thornton's action was wi.e and timely. Bad there been any real ground for alarm, such a course was the best calculated to allay It, as well as to guard against any spread ot the disease, had such existed. It has been repeatedly demonst ated that such things cannot be concealed, and It is mis chievous foliy to attempt concealment. Both Dr. Reilly and Dr. Thornton agree that tbe health of Memphis is exceptionally good, and that there is an unusual freedom from the "preventable" diseases. With the sanitary work already done and in pro gress, there is good reason to hope that such a con dition may be made permanent LE 310 YJNE INSTITUTE. Series of Lectures to be Delivered before the Pupils of the Institute. Lecture Delivered by Dr. Maury, oi the Subject of "Personal Care of Health." At Le Moyne institute, colored, a series of lectures bave been inaugurated. Tbe firnt of the Benes was delivered before Iho pupils of t the institute on last Tuesday night by Dr. R. ? B. Maury, and on the important subject of . "Personal Care of Health." We append a brief syooposis of the very interesting lec- 5 ture: THE LECTURE " was elaborate and lengthy, and covered the follow ing points: ' Dr. Le Moyne, who was a benefactor of bis race, I bis memory should be cherished. The Le Moyne In.llhtl. nm I'.iw.'.l .1 !W1. ,1,, a . . nfln. I .. i.r. r.f f 1 Steele and associates, has been successful In every particular In diffusing tbe practical knowledge of life It being essential that everv Individual should bs educated up to a point to Intelligently discharge nis auty as a memoerut: society, as population oe comes more dense tbe struggle for Ule becomes greater, hence the aim ot education should be di rected to qualifying pupils for some useful occupa tion, and the Sbelby county Teachers' Institute pro posed that there should be Incorporated In the usual public school studies special instructions as to pbj sloloy hyxleue quality of food for the sick- knowl edge of soils, and relative value of building mate rials, etc.; and; with this In view, a number of gen tlemen were to lecture before tbe school. The lec ture was on the subject of the "Personal Care ot Health." The t lecturer, rn bis open ing up of the subject, goes en to say as follows: Ot the twenty-live millions of people who live In England, a bait million of them dl9 annually, and ot this number only ope tenth reach the age ot three score and ten' years, the remaining nine tenths die before that time. Of this number one-fourth die during the first year of their existence, and nearly one-balf die before they are five years or ago. The English statistics are true as to this country. The lecturer went on to read from the works of Addison, wherein be describes the political vision of "Mrzs," an allegory giving a truthful representation of hu man life. Reverentially speaking, death is not so much a special act of, or purpose of the Almighty, as It Is a result of a violation of natural laws. Tbe man who deliberately goes Into tbe Carolina rice fields and spends a night there, takes his life In his bands, he Is sure to sicken and die, because bis sys tem cannot resist trie poisonous malaria of tbe coun try Those who refuse the protection given by vac cination, and expose themselves to small-pix, are sure t" i untract tbe disease, and one-balf of them die. Tbese are natural laws, and death is tbe pen alty, Tue preservation ot health uud the prolonga tion of ltfe are much under our control, and It is not right to regard such things as if (iod bad fixed them as Inevitable. What to do In order to keep from dying and to reach tbe maximum period of lire was pointed out by the lecturer as follows: Personal care of health, pure air, pure food and pure water. The - lecturer went on to give a chemical description of what constitu ted pure air as to school-rooms, which rooms are generally contaminated by foul air arising from the use of stoves and eliminating poisonous gases. He referred to tbe "Black Hole" of Calcutta of 17ort, wherein one hundred and twenty-three out ot one hundred and forty-six persons died for want of oxl gen gas, and also referred to other well known his terlcal Incidents In the samesuject. A lengthy and accurate description of the dangerous effects of coal gas followed, and the lecturer took up tbe question of exhalations from the soil polsobtng the atmos phere, and upon wnich subject he said that tbe underground water, polluted by slpage from vaults and cesspools. Is constantly rising to the surface, undergoing evaporation and impregnating the at mosphere with panicles of decaying filth. Houses built close to the ground and having little or no ven tilation become damp and are tilled with tbese no-Uous exhalations; also badly ventilated cellars that are (Hied witn bad air, which, by suction process, is carried up into the upper rooms. No cellar or underground room sbould be Inhabited by human beings, and In this connection the lec turer referred to the fact that a singularly large num ber of colored people die In our city evsry year. Tbe English statistics ehow a heavier mortality from lung diseases than from any other cause; and Mas sachusetts Is singularly close upon these statistics, showing a heavy percentage of deaths from tbe same cause. Tbe larger portion ot the disease known as consumption In Memphis Is furnished by the colored people. Tbe causes of lung disease are as follows: Cold, damp climate; breaming Impure air; lll-ventl-lated rooms and cellars. Into many of which the at mosphere is befouled by bad smells, by exhalations from the human body owing to overcrowding of hu man b-lngs therein. Certain occutwttlons produce a powerful influence In producing the disease known as consumption, viz: Men who are engaged In metal work, manufacturer ot cutlery, scouring of pottery, women and children employed in cotton and woolen factories, and who are constantly Inhaling fine par ticles of matter thrown off from the materials, and whi?n Irritate and cut the air tubes and Inflame the tissues of the lungs around them. Steel grinding and slone-cuttlna as Is well known, will produce consumption. These causes of fatal disease ope rate by tilling tbe air with Impurities. Dampness of soli Is also a very Important factor, a predisposing cause of consumption. Tbe clly of Salisbury, Eng land, bad ltsdeato rate reduced fifty per cent, by tbe Introduction of subsoil drains, which bad for their object the lowering of the ground water and lessen lns of dampness. When the Memphis sewers are built we 7111 have subsoil drains and much less dampness of soli. In selecting homes, places low, and consequently damp, should be avoided, and those high and dry, where the sunshine has easy access, should be secured. In this manner consump tion may become Uie most preventable of all dlseas es. As to water, the lecturer said that It was a matter of vital Importance-. The world was now longing toward a pure water supply for drinking and cooking purposes. Tbe use ot Impure water causes dysen tery and cholera, the Impurities being animal, veg etable and earthy matter. Water rendered Impure by earthy Ingredients, such as sand, mud and salt, can be rendered pure by filtration; when It contains vegetable impurities, cbarcoal should be add to sand and gravel In the filters. When' an una: matter Is In the water the water sbould not be used vnlefs It Is boiled or filtered through charcoat. The waters of .Vlsslsslppl and other rivers contain large vegetable ana earthy matter. Tbe lecturer described the filler that sbould be used for Impure water. Tbe diseases mentioned aL-ove killed two hundred and nrteen thousand peo ple in fcn -ears, from 18rS0 to 1870. As to food, tbe lecturer recommenced a necessary amount, carefully seiected; to avoid adulterateu actloes, stale meats aud Dsn simple and plain diet of ever character; to avoid spoiled vegetables and fruits. AU these points constituted what was known as the personal care of health, and to a great extent will prevent iL,tu.j til-eases which are due to Impure sir. water and food. The lecturer went Into a learned disquisition as to the anatomy of the sln and Its diseases pro duced by filth, and recommended dally Laxniuir, free perspiration, clean clothing, etc The lecturer con cluded by slating that as fully one-third ot our Uvea are spent in bed, some attention should be given to FRITSCH'S PRUSSIAN ugh Syrup THE LATEST VICTORY OF MEDICAL 8CIENCE. The only existing remedy for erery spe cies of Acute or Chronic KMaeaae of the Organs of Respiration, and an absolute SPECIFIC FOR CONSUMPTION ! THIS all-powerful vegetable prepara tion expels from the lung and air pas saged, the muom and muco-pusprodaced by pulmonary inflammations heals the Irritated membranes, and renovates every organ which utilizes the breath of Life. It contains no stupefying poison, and Is in all respects a healthful medi cine. The rapidity and certainty with which it ANNIHILATES A COUGH im astonishing;. Its effects go deeper than the mere symptoms of pulmonary dis ease and discharge the cause from the system. Free and painless expectora tion is the mode by which it relieves the lungs, chest and throat from the burdens which oppress them; thus arresting Con sumption and Bronchitis in the germ be. fore they reach the more dangerous stages. The emaciated sufferer BATTLING FOR LIFE with the most terrible scourge of our cli mate wUl find Fritsch's ITussian Cough Syrup a potent ally, and will assuredly win the light by adhering strictly to this great medicine. The CASES NOW ON RECORD In which H has been administered with entire success as a remedy for every va riety of malady wliich affects the Re spiratory Functions, amount to mora than FIVE THOUSAND at the present date, and yet the prepara tion is only in the infancy of its usef ul nesM, The great defect of all Cough Kennedies hitherto Introduced Is that they are simply expulsory. Hence they are u Helens; fur unless the causes of the acrid secretions which are coughed up are removed, and the ruptured, inflamed or maturated surfaces healed and re stored to their natural tone, a cure is iniposnible. Fritsch's Prussian Cough Syrup accomplishes these objects. The mucus and muco-pus which are the con seiuence of Lung Iisease are thrown off by it, while at the same time it soothes and invigorates the weakened tissues. "LIFE FOR THE LUNGS." For coughs, colds, Influenza, bronchial dittiralties, tightness of the chest, hoarse ness, sore throat, trachitis, inflamma tion of the lungs, tlifliculty of breathing, pleurisy and all disorders of a pulmonary nature, tt has never been equaled. Sole agents in America, RICHARDSON a CO, St. Louis, Mo. SOLD RY ALL DRUGGISTS. PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS. sleeping arrangements. Regular hours of sleep should be secured; also pure ventilation of rootns, cleanliness and avoidan t ot overcrowding sleeplng roo ms, clean bedding, etc. AUSTIN & BGIUtT. A First-Class Wholesale and itetall CloihlBs; House at ftSS Mala Street Old Partners, with a New Plrnm Name. The firm of Grubbs, Austin & Berry, which had been doing business in Memphis for about eight years, and enjoyed an excellent reputation when other clothing establish ments were going to pieces, has been dis solved, Mr. Grubbs having retired. The other members of tho firm Mes.rs. John A. Austin and W. Holder Berry will continue the clothing business, both wholesale and re tail, in tbe splendid and spacious store No. 323 Main street, which will be furnished with an immense stock of clothing, carefully selected for the southern trade. A splendid future may safely be predicted for Austin & Berry. The experience ot the gentlemen named, wbile members of the sterling old firm, whose senior member has determined to locate eisewbere, together with the fact that they are favorably known to nearly all the people who buy their goods in Memphis, will draw to them a large trade, which they will be sure to hold, for they are enterprising and reliable. Their staple goods will be manufactured in Memphis, and will be of the best, both in quality and make- n p. With all the facilities tor handling large quantities of clothing, they can offer great inducements to country merchants, whose orders will be filled promptly and satisfactorily. An in spection ot their immense stock will satisfy such merchants that Austin & Barry can sup ply the goods they want at prices which will justify them in buying there. While the wholesale will be the leading feature of the business, attention will be given to tho retail trade; and in this branch they can offer greater inducements than any other house in the city, having a better stock to select from, and selling good articles at lower prices than any of the others can offer. LAW REPORTS. Chancery Court Judge at'Dowell. Tee Biackwell and Grugg cases will posi tively be taken up to-day. United States Courts Hob. K. B. Ham mond, J a Use, Presiding. Frazer et al. vs Brink.ey, Jones et al.; set for hearing February 2d. Vaughn vs Mem phis and Charleston railroad company; set for February 23J. Yauubn vs Memphis, Clarksviiie, Louisville and Naahviile raiiroad company; set lor February 23, i. In tbe case of the United States vs R. M. Thompson, motion for new trial heard to-day. Tbk seeds of sickness and ot death In a disordered mouth are sown; When bad the teeth or foul the breath. Both soul and body lose their tone. Till Sozodont's brought Into slay, And sweeps tbose dire defects away. SEWING-MACHINES! WHOLESALE AHO RETAIL, Eldredge, Howe, Hlager, Domestic, Dauutless. American, Dr. John, Wilson. Wheeler eV Wilson. White and Weed, J. B. ALDHICH A CO., 254 Second street. LOCAL NOTlUifiS. Par finest flavor, raoke Wright's Or ange Durham. At excels all. Lynn Haven Kay shell Oysters re ceived dally per express at Henry liuehrmann's. Call and try Ihera. Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer is the best preparation known to preserve the hair. Use it. J. W. Alley has opened an office at 285 Mam street for tbe accommodation of his friends and customers, where W. L. Radford can be loun i to take orders for Pittsburg coal, coke and wocd. 1'ittsburg coal, sixty cents; Ohio river coal, fifty cents. Who is M rs. Winslow? As this question ia frequently asked, we will simply say that she is a lady who for up ward of thirty yean has untiringly devoted her time and talenU as a female physician and nurse, principally among children. She has especially studied the constitution and wants of this numerous class, and, as a result of this effort, and practical knowledge, ob tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and phy sician, she has compounded a soothing syrup, fcr children teething. It operates like magic, giving rest and health, and is, more over, sure to regulate the bowels. In conse quence of this article, Mrs. Winslow is be coming world renowned as a benefactor of her race; children certainly do rise up and bless her; especially is this the case in this city. Vast quantities of the soothing syrup are daily 6o!d and used here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her name by this invaluable article, and we sincerely believe thousands of children have been saved from an early grave by its timely use, and tbat millions yet no born will share its benefits, and unite in calling her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until she has given it tbe benefit of Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup. Try it. mothers; try it now. Ladies' Visitor, New York city. Soid by all druggists, twentv-five cents a bottle. T. B. HAYNE3, U. HERBON, Late Formerly T. B. Haynes & Co. Herron, Connor k Co. Herron, Haynes & Co. Cotton Facto s And Commission Merchants. OFFICE, 266 FROST STREET, HKIIPHIls TBSKEsHEB. Liberal advances on consignments. Special at tention given to filling orders. Administrator's Sale. A T THE ARNOLD PLACE, SIX MILES FROM Memphis, on the Horn Lake road, ttatKrday.Jaa. 81, 1HHO, at lOi rl kim., I wlU sell at public auction, 10 the ulg-ieot bidder, Ihe following-named articles belonging to tbe estate of y. M. Arnold, deceased: 3 horses, 2 cows, a calves. IK lead of bogs, 1 two-horse wagon and harness, farming utensils, 3 or 4 stands of bees, household and kitchen fnrnlture, and some fowls, some 400 uusaels corn, bay and fodder, 1 chest carpenter's tools. Terms ot sale-CA.-H. UtOHtiK FREEMAN, admuiUtrator. Go tow in mnim A1L3L OTHERS I o Kremer,Herzog&Go ABE OFFERING TO-MOBUOW ON OneHundred Special Counters 100 Great Bargains, as Follows: 500 gross Violets, at 5 cents per dozen. EO pieces 50-cent Dres Goods, at 20c. 500 boxes Fresh Roses, 5 cents each. 250 trimmed 85 Hats for 82 50. 1000 Silk Hair Kets, 5 cents each. 50 pieces SI Dress Goods, at 50 cents 1000 Ornaments, 5 cents each. 50 S10 Jackets at 81 50 each. tS-UOXT FORGET-SOO gross tne urst time in tiie 19th tl" UKPRECKDE35TKD-50O pairs or onr regular 75-rent KID GLOVED for 3 5 cents a pair. CBSOO pairs regular and guaranteed 3-Dntton $l 35 WSPEt'IiL- Stuff Suits to order. 35. Black Milk Suits to or der. $50 and S60. Combination Suits, $35, $40, 945 and SO. KREMEEl HERZOG & CO. 253 and 255 r Sl CO., CORNER Main & Madison, OUR stock ot Boots and Sboe-i this season is unu sually large and well selected. We assure our patrons tbat they will get better suited at our estab lishment and save from 1 5 to 25 per cent, besides. Come and see for yourselves. 31 all Orders promptly attended to and satlsf Actl3n guaranteed. Bend for our Order-flips. We are also Sols Agents for cblldrens' "Aakit (tnpporters,n an Inval uable Invention for weak ankles. ZEIXXKIt & CO.. 28S Main st. JENNINGS' SAN11AB.Y DEPOT, Am t. Ai.r.K, Manager, 94 Beekman SL, New York. 0 jzs PLUMBERS' GOODS having for their object cleanliness. durability, and exclusion of SEWER GAS. OWEN LILLY Practical Builder OF FINE arnages I KEEP A SELECT STOCK (exclusively of my owa manufacture) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO 08 DKR) any ar all af the modern styles of Kiccles, and Family Carriages now In use. I use nothing but the VERY BE5 T MATERIAL, and employ strictly first-class mechanics. KEPAIKINU, In all Its branches, done promptly and In the best manner. OWP. iill.LY, 44 Adam st. J. FLAHERTY &CO UNDERTAKERS, And Manufacturers of r'lahertj's Fatent Preserving Casket or Corpse Cooler. 817 and SIS S ECO NO HT., MEMPHIS WE keep on band full lines of Metallic So Walnut, Rosewood Finished Casket and Cases, trimmed. In the highest style of art. (.rders . Moll nr Teloprarih will h prom nrlv Vipal.C. O n Authorized by the Commonwealth ot Kentucky, and Fairest In the World. POPULAR MONTHLY DRAWING OK THE Commonwealth Distribution Co. At Macauley's Theater, In the city of Louisville, on SATURDAY, JANUARY SI, 1HHO. Fif-Tbese Drawings, authorized by act ot tbe Leg islature of 18rS9, and sustalued by all tbe courts of Kentucky occur regularly on tbe last day of every month (Sunnays excepted), and are supervised by prominent clUzens of the State. Every Ticket-bolder can be his own Supervisor. Call out bis number and see It placed la the wheel. The Management call attention to the grand oppor unlty presented ot obtaining, for only $2, any of THE FOLLOWING PRIZES : 1 Prize S 80,000 1 Prize ; 16,000 1 Prize 5.000 10 Prizes $10O0 each 10,000 20 Prizes 600 each 10,000 100 Prizes 100 each 10,000 210 Prizes 60 each 10,000 rlOJ Prizes 20 each 12,000 1000 Prizes 10 each 10,000 APPKOXIMATIOBT FRIZBS. 9 Prizes SHOO each 2,700 Prizes 200 each. 1,800 8 Prizes 100 each . 900 1980 Prizes ?1 12,400 Whole Tickets, S. I Half Tickets, SI 27 Tickets, $.0. 66 Tickets, 8100. All applications for club rates should be made to the home office. Full list of drawing pub'lahed In Louisville Courier-Journal and New York Herald, and mailed to all ticket-holders. Send all orders by money or bank draft. In letter, or by express. Orders of S." nnd up ward, can be sent at our expense. Address H. M. BOA RDM AN or T. J. OOMMKKFOHD, Oourter Journal Building. Louisville. Kentucky, or either person at No 104 Broad ay, New York, or to No. tt West Court street. Memphis. Tennessee. Orertou Drugr and Family JHedk-ine Store D. F. GOODYEAR, Practical Apothecary. ATJOod year's llver Tanle aad Mild Ca- thartle. Sovereign remedy for all disorders of Stomach and Bowels. Dizziness, Kaintlng.Headache, Extreme Lassitude, yield readily by the proper use of the Liver Tonic 5(cand$l. Eureka Chill Tonic Yes. those shaking, quivering forms will soon give way to this valuable Chill Destroyer, and awaken within you new life, vigor and manhood. Your appetite will soon return, and December become as pleasant as May. 50e and Si. Vegetable Tonle MoerlHe Pills. For tbe permanent cure 01 Seminal Weakness, Incon tinence, Genital Debility, and Irritability. Gravel, Stricture, and all other Nervous Dis eases, commonly known by tbat baneful of all diseases so Irequently exhibited in tbe Pallid Coun tenances of tne young men. SPERMATORRHEA, producing by such oolutlon. Loss of Memory, Uni versal Lassitude, Dimness of Vision, Pains In tha Back, Prematura Old Age, Insanity, and not untre quently tbat much dreaded disease, Consa-npUon. A strong will and determination to continue the use of the pills until every vestige of symptom has de parted. wUl certainly crown your efforts with Joy and gladness. Price. 82 50 per box. or boxes tor Sti, and 6 boxes for $10. If sent by mall. 25c extra for Sboxes. For further Information addrers D. F. GOODYEAR. Overton Drug Store. Memphis MOUNTAIN SPfiING High School, (On the Plan ot the High Schools of Virginia). Trinity. Morgan County, 91, and J. H. is., Alabama. J. It. M CLELLASO PR1KCIPAL ' (Norwood High School, Virginia.) Aulsted by tico Alumni of the University of Virginia, PREPARES boys and young men for the University of Virginia, University ot the South, or for busi ness. The next term of this school will begin Feb ruary Ttb and continue to June 20, 1 K80. Total ex penses for 1 union. Board, Washing. Fuel and Lights during study hours.ete , SI i:i per term of five months. Session consists of two terms. For catalouge con taining full Information, address JOHN A. LILE, Proprietor. Livingston, Ala., June 30. 1879. This school Is fast growing In public favor, and Is really one of the very best training schools in the Southern States for boys and young men, as well as a first-class boarding school. CARLOS G. SMITH. Mobile, Ala., May 15, 1879. I ta'.ce pleasure In recommending tfils school to my f.lends and tbe pupllc geuerliy. Tiie salubrity of tbe ell mate, the conduct of the domestic depart ment, and tbe qualification ot the teachers, plaee tbe school In the first rank of educational institu tions This Is really a Home School. The boys are weU behaved and happy, and under the best domes tic, educational and religious Influences. R. H. W1LMEB, Bishop ot Alabama. Y0ffik ST x f4 JENNINGS' TRAPLESS S W WATER CLOSET. . 5 LightC 500 40-cent Towels (from onr Nashville House), 12i cents. One counter 50-cent Flowers for 10 cents. One case 50c and 75c Jewelry for 25c. A million and-a-half Buttons, 10c, 15c and 20 cents per dozen. 50-cent Leather Belts, at 15 cents 50 812 Black Dolmans for 87 50. Case 81 50 Jewelry, your choice, for 50c Roses and Violets, at 5 cents- century at this price. mid eiovesfor 75 cents a pair. Main Street. NTJKA3IIJOATS. SPECIAL A OTIC K, Memphis and tt. Kranels Klver United matrw nail Line. TTNTIL the railroad bridge over tbe St. L J Francis river is flomnlrt.d. th. fttr. MIKE DAVIS, Al Davis, master, will make tegular weekly trios between Madison and tn Kunk Lniin. Frelgbt shipped bv Memphis and Little Rock Rail road, rare Mike Davis, will go through promptly. There being no mall above Witts burg, the Davis will take letters In government envelopes sent to her c-ire, Madison, Ark , for Roses, Stanley's, Tyronzle, Wlnmngham, Buffal Island, Old Town. Lester's l anding, and all points on the upper SU Francis r.vwr. J. U. SAAUALL. Memphis & Ohio River sS&PACKET COMPANYii . FOB Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati BTKABERS ANDY BADM, COSS MILLAR. JAMES Tf. GAFF, YIST SHISKLK, JAS. D. PARKER, Y1RGIE LEE. Steamers of this line leave Memphis for CAIRO, LUUUtriLLE AHJ CIA LANDAU Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays AT 5 OCLOCK P.M., Connecting at Cincinnati Jrtth Railroads and Steam- el ior au Eastern, Northern and Western Points, Giving THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS, Chicago, Toledo', bvvfalo, Richmond sew york, washisgtos city. phila delphia and hostox. Eastern tourists will Hod the La Belle River Rome Safe, Delightful and Economical. Rates by this line Cheaper than ar.y other first-class routA Meals and Staterooms Free. Baggage checked through. For lull Information, apply to R. W. LIGHTBUHNK, General Freight and Ticket Agent. No. 7 Monroe street, Memphis. I Passengers can rely on a splendid trip by this Uue, as the steamers are all first -class, having been expressly built for the accommodation of pa san gers. Each stemer carries a full String Band. FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI For Cairo. Kvansvllle, liomsrvllle and Cincinnati Southern Transportation Line. Golden Itule, O. P. Shlnkle, master. Will leave Ihe Memphis wbarfboat THIS DAY, Jan. 22d, at 2 p.m. For freight or passage apply to R. P. GLENN. Agent, on wearfboKL FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. tC Irftala and Vleksbarg Anchor Li'ae United Otateo Mall tXK til. LOVIS. Colorado, Sam M'Pheeters master. Will leave tbe Anchor Line wharf boat THURSDAY, January 22d, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage ap ply to AD. STORM, Sup't. on wbarfboat. FOR VICKSBURG. St. slants aad Vlrkrsbnrsr Anehar Line Unit :d States Mail POK YIVKSBVKG. City of Helena, M'Kee master. Will leave the Anchor Line wbsjfooat FRIDAY, Jan. 2'id, at 10 km. For freight or passage apply W AD. STORM, Bup't. on wharfboat. Adams) United States Ala 11 Llne-The elegant steamer Coahoinn, E. O. Banks master I Wm. Smltber clerk Leaves Memphis as above every TUESDAY, at 6 p.m. Office. No. H Madison St. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Memphis and Pine Bluff fj. 8. Mall Line. For pine Bluff, Little Rock, and through to Fort Smith Str. Katie Hooper, Ed. Nowland master I J. N. Thomson . . . . clerk Leaves as above SATURDAY, Jan. 24th, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply to JOHN N. HARBIN. Bun't. OnoiA, a-ront st. LEE LINK STEAMERS. For ttlendale. Helena and Je rial' a aroint James X.ee, SSPi Stack Lee master Loyd W. Whitlow... clerk Will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 P.ro. Office. No. 8 Madison street. ARKANSAS CITYakd PINE BLUFF R R. Adams Demi-weekly IT. H. mall Line For Arkansas Clly, Pfne Bluff Railroad and all nay landings Tbe elegant steamer Ouachita Uelle, ,gsg& Mark R. Cheek. ..master I A. L. Cummins... clerk Leaves as above every MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5 p m. Office, No. U Madison street. FOR OSCEOLA. Slemphis aau Osceola U. m. Mall Packet Regular Trl-weekly U. S. Mall Packet for Randolph, Fulton. Osceola and all way landings The ele gant passenger steamer Osceola Belle, J. 3. Andrews Master I B. O. Mlchell Clerk. Iaves Memphis every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 b.m. For freight or nasoage ar-nlv on hoard. FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVERS. Ml I.T IIAKKV UNK, Memphis White Kiver and BlaekKlvei II. M. Mall Packets. For Indian Bay, St. Charles, Clarendon, Devall's Bluff, Des Arc, Augusta. Jackson port, West Point, Searcy, Batesvllle, Powhattaa, and Pocahontas. The new steamer Josie Harry, M. R. Harry, captain. Walker Outlaw, clerk. Leaves Memphis on and after November 2d. every SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., connecting direct with the new Black river U. S. mall packet MILT HARRY for Powhauan and Pocahontas, and wtlh Dally Packets to Batesvllle and Upper White river. Through tates to all points. Freight consigned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene will be promptly forwarded. Freight will be reeelvMl t all tlmee on the R. K. Lee Wbarfboat J. T. WASHINftTOW, Areot, Lee wbarfboat. R. W. LIGHTBUBNB. Jr . Agent 5 Madison st FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis aad (At. arraaels Klver U. . Mall Use The light-draft steamer KATIES V11.H, JSj O. K. JopUn master! A. L. Banning clerk Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 6 p.m., for Marianna, the Cut-off and all Intermediate landings. For freight er passage apply on board, or to f. D. RANDALL. Bnpt. FOR COMMERCE AND THE BENDS. MAflPniS AHU fOalKlCK. PLASTERS ASD BENDS DALLY PACKET. The elegant aid new passenger steamer snields, Wm. Ashtord master I Ed. W. Crowell clerk LEAVES MEMPHIS DAILY. AT 5 P.M., for Commerce and tbe bends. For freight or passage - pply on board. FOR HALE3 POINT. AAegnlar Amm port and Males Point Pkt. For Osceola, Ash port. Hales Point and all Interme diate landings The elegant passenger steamer Silvertliorii, Henry Cooper master I Neil Booker clerk WlU leave as above on MONDAYS and WEDNES DAYS for Ashport; and on FRIDAYS for Hales Point, giving special attention to all way business. For freight or passage anplv on hoard. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis & White River Packet. Begalar Independent Memphis and White River Packet For Augusta, Jackson port Searcy, and way points. The regular Independent PacieJ HAB CASH, Ed. C. Postal master Charles Postal ".clerk Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, at 6 D.m. For freight or passage apply to B. W. LIUHTBURNb. No. 7 Monroe at,, opp. Peabody hodO. U. P. GLENN, on Wharf beat. flHHIFIO WINTER L81EEII Do WIS WILL OFFER 500 HANDSOME DOLMANS I AT LE33 THAN COST. Ladies and Children's Suits, AT LESS THAN COST. Shawls! Shawls! Shawls! AT LESS THAN COST. Felt Skirts! Felt Skirts! AT LESS THAN COST. Winter Dress Goods, AT LESS THAN COST. Waterproofs! Waterproofs! AT LESS THAN COST. WE WILL ALSO OFFER THIS WEEK : Bargains in Silks! I Bargains in Underwear.1 Bargains in Hosiery! . I Bargains in Handkerchiefs! Bargains in All Departments This Week ! TO REDUCE OUR IMjaKXSE STOCK. B. LOWEIJSTEin & BROTHERS II FRffll HAVE JUST RECEIVED Embroideries! Embroideries! 1000 PIECES VERY ELEGANT PATTERNS. 1KUKB! AT HALF MURRAY & RID GEL Y, Merchant Tailors 38 Madison. Take pleasure In notifying their friends and the public generally, that they are In -receipt of a Fresh and Complete Assoitment of JTALX. ASM WIITF.K UOOna,' embracing: the very latest Styles and finest makes of English-, French and German Manufactures. Tbey request tbose who contemplate ordering Winter Clothing to give them a call. PRICES HOUKRATK 7" C rders solicited and BtnnlMMiu on application! SWEEPING AT BLDFF CITY CLOTHING flODSB, -o TXr MUST HAVE ROOM FOR OUR SPRING STOCK, AND IN ORDER TO ACCOMPLISH SAWK V V bave put our shoulder to the wbeel. and will sell balance of stock at ONE-HALF FORMER PRICE. READ CAREFULLY OUR NEW PRICE-LIST; Jlen'n Good Knits 5 OO I 500 Coats .....2 OO Men's OiMKlinere 9nitt... 8 OO I 500 Coats 3 OO Men's Caswimere Malta.-. lO OO ' 500 Vesta 1 OO Sen's Fine Dress Suits-. 15 OO 500 Vests 75 Men's Fine Pants a OO 500 Vests SO Men) Extra Fine Pants.. 3 OO i lOOO Vesta T 5 JOen's Extra Ires Pants 4 OO lOOO Pants 1 OO Cn AU above goods are markea down one-naif, and we Invite s careful inspection's) TO THE I KA1IK-Owing to tbe demand for a Kl rst-el aaa Vhleal fllolhlor Hsias In this clly, I bave deter nlned to engage In same, and am now RRCEIVINd DAILY a desirable tine of goods specially manufactured, nnd which I am enabled to offer to tbe trade at low prices. An lns(-ctlon Is denlreil. all orders will lie promptly attended to. VKvllHw.te.HI Main tatreet LEGITI iATE J. KI3RK3L AM3B . Large lots purchased enable mo to offer SOO Dtiea GOOD LiiCK HH1BTM at tne following prices: Xa. XXXX ttood t,oek Balrt 1 85 each, or for OO ar ood E,nek nklrt 91 SO earn, or O for 7 So St. lOlO Wood A. we It Hhlrt Ol 7S caeh. or tor OO Ma. XV Porto Hello Usal Laek Bhlrt ... SO eaeh. or for 1 OO Attention Is called to the GOLDEN HORSESHOE at the Peaoody Hotel Comer (my Trade Mark and Sign) which will be weighed July 4, 1KKO. Nearest guess gets $100 In gold I Second nearest ruess gets 150 In gild. Third nearest guess gets $25 In gold. Oonsolatlon for IDXss'u.a'toca. Q-uoai FUL1BE Grocers and Cotton Factors Nos. 371 -373 Main street, Memphis. M. 1 HKAI1M1 Sf WL K. i A mi era hn 3 ca Grocers, Cotton Factors, AND SAXT AGENTS, It o. l Union street. ; : : : Memphis, Term. Skill!! ! GOODS DURIXG THIS WEEK : 500 HANDSOME CLOAKS ! AT LESS THAN COST. Circulars and Ulsters, AT LESS THAN COST. Wrappers! Wrappers! SI 00 AND UPWARD. Blankets! Comforts! AT LESS THAN COST. Flannels! Flannels! Flannels! AT LESS THAN COST. Cloths and Cassimeres, AT LESS THAN COST. VAjLTJE. REDUCTIONS -IN- TEE VERTING! HKACIIAM. S. ts. PMT4JN. fit! A u a fia c5 GEL AD