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TECS . MEIrPBLiS D ArLYPE AL --FHIDAY. JTJIL,Y 3, 1880.
SI 75 Velvet Striped Grena
dines, worth $3 50.
lower than ever offered.
10,000 HATS AT
Ms at Mi Mb Ml
KRBMER. HERZOG & CO.
W.LL GIVE A
At riisslbbaaa Me,
ludv, Jaly 4th.
Trains leave at 10 a.m.. 2 p.m-, 830 p.m. and
QKPIIAMbV (iBAS PJCAIC.
At Estlval Park, July 5th,
Under the management of the Catholle ladies and
gentlemen of Mempbla.
. MUSIC BY HAKDWBREEB'S ORCHESTRA.
Among the principal features of amusemtntu wll1
be a GO-A3 YOU-PLEASB WALKJXU HATCH, to
commence at 8 p.m. Premiums first. $25; sec
ond, 10; Iblrd. 85. Entrance fee. 85. Open to
the world- Entries open until 12 o'clock noon, Jul?
fun. at Eo.ulre P. J. QuUley's office. 85 Adams
iKHt, Match to be eonoueted under aame rules as
the world-renowned Ashley belt match.
FIVE BALLOON ASCENSIONS, bj Prof. Hopkins,
at B r m. and H:HO p m.
GKAN D DISPLAY OK FIBEWOBE3, furnished by
tbe well non "boose ot Tburber & Co., New
York, will commence at 9f.ni
TBI SHOOTING HALLERY. with extra attractions
and greater (acuities than ever before, will be un
der the able management of tbe crack shots ot
Memphis, who have arranged valuable premiums
for tbe large- number fine shots.
DANCiftG AHBANRiaENT3 are complete, under
tbe dlrectlou of able Door manager! and Prof.
H ndwerker's orchestra,
BKHLsoHMKNTS of all kinds at moderate rates
can be procured on the grounds.
Mf-Great pains have been taken by a careful se
lection ot large and good committees to make the
Picnic a grand success, and at the same lime to
make It Ten select.
JClfTKABJCK K KR, KIFTY CENTS,
Tickets) for sale only at the f ate.
Arrangements have been made with tbe Streetcar
- Co. to bave a large number ot ears constant! run
ning rtnrlng the ih. and night.
REMOVAL OF THE JET PALACE.
aknt the IStb af July, 1880,
we will aeeapy the atore 77
ala street, tace-i her with nr.
J, O. UTatklaa (epnaalte Cart
aqaare). YJatlt then we effer
Isasaeaee barft-alaa la JKWKL..
ties wlahlwat te parrhaae will
da well te lTe mm a ealL
I. R0ESCKER, Agent,
No. 375 Wwln Ntreet, WempliU
J, W.NELiSON, Dentist
80S Ilala Street.
. BEST SET OF T1ITB TEN DOLLARS
Sold Fillings Two Dollars
Silver and Tin FUllnes One Dollar
aaa and Extracting, each...: Fifty Cents
MULE A nay mare mule; three vesr old; fifteen
bands blgb; thin In order: shagsty mane and
tall, and unshod Deliver to 635 KtieiDy t , Mem
phl. and be rewarded. H M. JAMES
TTTOM AN To eook tor ten bands. 25 miles In the
W country; or will take man and wife. Ioaulra
T AUNDBESS For Iuka Spilngs hotel.
At HllZKELD'd. 138 fcecond at
BRICK LAYERS-At Corinth. Mlaalsalppl.
EXPFRIKNCBD SALESMAN To travel for a
wholesale grocery bouse. Territory east of Ml-
Artdrvtu. with references.
HOLRS1 LB GfcOCEB, Memphis Postofflce.
TOI-A good dln'ng-roora boy; well recommend-
jj ea. At no. 431 onemy street.
HORSE To bur a good, gentle, family horse.
WM. M. SMITH.
T-rr agon-maKER and Blacksmith.
W AT 15 SOUTH. STREET.
DAIRYMAN and Gardner. Apply to
DAVID P. HAPPEN. 280 Front St
OT-To exchange a lot in Memphis for a small
R. F. HL'NTON. Sardls, MlaslssIppL
Washer and- Ironer Te go to
CnlllervlllR. Tenn. Will Day rood wages to
one that oan come recommended. Address i. H. II.,
Lock Box 15. CollletvlUe, Tenn
i fff MEN To work on tbe extension H. and
lUUUo. R. B., between Columbus, Ky., and
Cairo, III Good waites, and plenty of good station
work. Also want 800 wagons and scraper teams.
Apply to W. P. DUNsVANT CO.. Columbus. Ky.
AN-8erl esof a man acquaint, d with Plain
ing Mill Mucrtinery. w. ttnuiio .u.
BRICKLAYERS Address or apply to
B H. BROWN H SAD, Atlanta, Ga.
MAN a.nu W 11 K To work permiuiendy oo farm.
Applv meat sbop Fifth an i Kerr av. Chelsea.
LI) BOTTLES-Higet eh nttee.
8. WAMt. AgePi, neaie wreeu
. HIK BOT.
STORAGE All kinds of goods, furniture, pianos,
ete , stored at 232 Main street. Charges very rea
sonable. Also furniture and piano packed and
shipped WM. M. PERKINS A CO.
T uWIK FLOOR Of residence No. 830 Jefferson
J street ext-nded, containing five rooms in first
class condition, apply on the premises,
'DOOMS Genteel, well furnished; I'i rooms on
XV Bluffs, near business; large grounds tuil fruit;
bathroom, barn, etc.; good vie of nver, city, gov
ernment buildings, etc; will rent for tbe summer to
good family. J. GOLDHUhY. Davenport. I"wa.
I 1 OUBE A large and commodious bouse, con-
II taming thirteen rooms, and two detached COT
TAGES of two rooms eacb, wlib a good spring and
a garden spot, at bewanee, Tennessee. Tbe house
Is partly tumlsbed, and Is suitably located for a
boardlrtfbouse and bttel r iKMdTKSiiflPl 10
Bewanee. Vranklln county. Tenn.
KOOMS Furnished or uulumli-hed, single or In
suits, without board: apartments suited tor
lleht honeVeMii. at (l .leflereon street.
MINERAL WATER luka Springs mineral water,
1 5e oer sidloo. 2 36 Second street .
"T3 ESIDKNCK A Uuye, new andTeautlful resl
JL aence, oontalnli g about 15 rooms, large and
mU. built ot brick una concrete, and stuccoed. with
all neeeuaary out-bulldings, and with about 7 acres
ot grouna auacoea, in tne town oi n jniuimue,
Tenn. Tbe building Is about 5ixrl0 feet, ana has
tas atoriea and a basement. .Willi a Mansard roof.
This property is well suited for a dwelling, for which
it was hut it. or for a female school or boardtnghouse.
The owner bavtng no use tor It, will sell a great bar
gain in this property, at nbou. one-tblrd or Its otigt-
jor xuruier iniormniion, aiiiir w
C COFFEE, M'Mtnnville,Tenn.
T Y OU8E-On Jeflereon street exlended, NO.K82;
X J eight rooms; large yara; wims eaan or time.
with Interest. Apply o
w. MuaiRj, go jnamsuti m
ILLIAHD-TABLE Fine Brunswick make:
standard sue; neatly new. appty wujwa
IJIUNTING AND BINDERY
I g, large Quantity of seeend-oana material ror
sale. In gumntltlea to suit purchasers. Tbe above
material comprises the establishment ot the late
Boyle printing vouipanj. wnicn we now own.
slu TOOF x CO Memphis.
nALOURING AND CORN-MILL, CHEAP In flrst-
daae order, if applleatlon Is made immeuiateiy ;
atiglne 12-lnch cylinder and 24-lnch stroke. Also, a
rneat Fire Engine, ef Latta's make, ClnclnnaU.
lunulre at OuJiaMw"hna.tiatt wenond street.
ill AT U
AN N OUNCE J1ENT8.
Te the Vetera of tSaelky Ceaaty.
I served one term as County Trustee for Shelby
county after the collection of taxes was connected
with that offioe At tbe expiration of tbe tsrm It
was generally admitted mat I was entitled to a re
election. I was before the Democratic convention
of 1 H78. eonslstloa of one hundred and .events
eight men. selected from every district In Sbelby
county, and received tbe unanimous vote of the con
vention good evidence on the part of my Demo
cratic friends that I should be re-elected. After the
nomination ot tbe Democratic ticket an unaccount
ed e and unnatural combination of parties
formed against the Democratic ticket, which floal'y
defeated ibe whole ticket. Many others a well as
myself knowing the value of the ticket felt some
what aggrieved at such action. Believing In my
sirrturth before the people, not entirely upon my own
judgment. 1 am lr.auoea to oecome a atouiiute
again tor that office. I appear before you, fellow-
itusentM upon my own platform: "is ne competent.
and Is be hone-." I will submit my claim to the
Democratic convention on the eighth instant. I
bave lived among yoa too long to attempt a vindica
tion of my past life, of that and my business quail-
neauons you kqow as much aooui at 1 oo.-
1. J. BAWLIVG3.
For Ceaaty Trastee.
rpo the Tote s of Shelby county: Encouraged by
jL exDresslons of good will ana approval irom
every quarter, without regard to party, for which I
am grateful. I hereby anuounee mrself as acandl
date for re-election to the efflce of County Truttee
promising, if re-elected, the same fidelity as In tbe
past to every trmt the office with Its extraordinary
reaponmoi nves imposes. wmj. b. rL&fitK.
KUOa AN l. BOARD.
COM Handsomely famished, with dressing-
room auacoea, soutnerneiposure, lurjAoams.
TnXCELLENT VIRGINIA BOARDING-TERMS,
JQJ 815 per month. Doctor's bills free Apply to
J T. MELTON, M.D., Wilmington, Fluvanna county.
Vs. Refer to Dr. M'Donaly. pastor Second Baptist
Church, Richmond, va.: A. K Dickinson.
T - 00 us Nice furnished rooms, cheap, at
cv n. r main street.
A JOLLY, good-natured, One-looking, respect
able gentleman, desires to correspond with a
respectable, wralthy youni lady or widow. Am be
tween 25 and SO years of ace. Object: fun. mutual
improvement, and, if agreeable matrimony. Very
bent of references given. Address Co aulas J .
MERCHANT, Box HI. Columhoi. Nebraska.
1UCK-SYK SALVE FOB PlLKd-boidbyaUdraz-
1 J girta. fM cents per nonie,
FOB BENT OK JSAL.E.
rriWO-STORY STOREHOUSE In first-class oon-
1 atuon, at Kannoipn, lenn. Aaoress
DR K. B. BELL. Randolph. Tenn.
ILCH COW Owner can have same by proving
VI property and paying charges. R JBT. NELSON,
Van Bnren at.
Del. ixmee and wn'niw.vi. ncaenng.
a, rf-w-l a a n-l Tasrlai KIK unlnv rilnail
I VVjr al Blliail I VI 11.3 1 luiiin witvu, vumi) ai"ii
) a liberal rewiud will be pal 4 for ber returo to
17H Second street.
2000 boxes Oranges
and Lemons, all Sound
and i.i good Shipping
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
The DAILY APPEAL will U sent oy
mail at ft per month. Postofflce addressee
trill be changed tchenever requested. Sub
scription must be paid in advance.
Boat race in front of the city next
Catholic orphans annual picnic at
val park on next Monday.
Watermelons are in town, selling
from ten to foity cents each.
The Bluff City Grays picnic at Estival
park last night was well attended.
The bright sunshine attracted crowds
of ladies to outdoor recreation yesterday,
The criminal Court grand jury will hold
a meeting to-day to consider indictments,
The notice and firemen were yesterday
paid by the city government for the month of
To-morrow night at Estival park a con
cert and a display of firewoiks will be the
The Republicans nominated yesterday a
county ticket. It was like a rainbow, tinted
Grand Hancock and English rally on the
bluff to-night. See list ot speakers in an
The central Greenback club met yester
day, and indorsed the selections made by the
districts for constables.
Crowds of people will come in on the ex
cursion trains to-day to attend the Democratic
rally on ths bluff to-night.
The Democratic headquarters bave been
established at No. 293 Main street. The
headquarters will be open to all Democrats.
Recorder Porter yesterday fined J. E.
Farley, an Arkansian, fifty dollars and put
him under five hundred dollars bond for be
ing drunk and carrying cencealed weapons.
Tbe Democrats of the fifth and four
teen districts will assemble respectively at
OliYBr, Finnirj & Co
Big Spring and at the sooth gate of Elmwood
cemetery at four o'clock to-morrow afternoon
to elect delegates to the county convention 01
next Thursday. -
A cotton boll, nearly ready to open, was
received yesterday by 6. C. Howard tc Co.,
from the plantation of J. A. Ogleeby, Pecan
Point, who has a great many more of the
The Senegambian reformer who stag
gered nuder the weight of the illuminated
transparency of his party last night evidently
felt the responsibility of his position, and also
lelt his lager beer.
Yesterday morning Annie Ward, colored,
fell from the second story window of a tene
ment house on Washington near Jront,
breaking her leg and receiving other injuries.
She was sent to the city hospital for medical
treatment. She was sitting in the window
and had fallen asleep at the time of the acci
Marriage licenses issued by the conhty
court clerk: White John W.Logan and
Fanny R Rogers, Charles "L. Lyles and
Blanche D. Cockes, Pio Merlo an 4 Mary
Fitzpatrick, Ed R. Shelton and Felicia H.
ManBtord. William 11. Berry ana xiayes v.
Fixer. Colored Robert Weston and Jalia
Washington. Joseph West and Addie Hayes,
Ned Jones and Katie Hayes.
Dan Donohue. the hackman who was
one of those arrested on the charge of en
gaging in the row on Monroe street, daring
which Umcer jenny was assaniiea ana oeaien,
was discharged by. Recorder Porter yester
day, it being proven that he really assisted in
protecting the police officer from tbe murder
ous assaults of the roughs Jock Eagan and
Barney Farrell white hackmen. v . .
The waterwotks company has appointed
a committee to take into consideration three
questions of interest to the people of Mem
phis: first, increasing the engine power
and pumping capacity at the works; second,
the practicability ot a supply or water trom
the Mississippi river; third, the best system
of reservoir filtration. The committee wiil.
after careful - and elaborate investigation,
make due report at an early day. -
A friend of the Appeal's, writing from
Independence, Mississippi, refers to the po
litical situation in the lotcible language we
hers give: "It would be idle, useless and
vain to write that we are pleased with our
Cincinnati nominees. Mississippi, during
tbe canyass, and especially when November
rolls around, will do her whole doty. We
want no credit-mobiuer swindles, or ua
Golyer jobs, salary-grabbers or pulp protec
tionists. .Nothing 01 mat sort, nease ex
cuse me, lor 1 did not intend to write a po
litical article, but to subscribe tor the week
ly Appeal." . .
Before Recorder Porter yesterday morn
ing Jock fcagan and Carney xarreii, tne
hackmen who assaulted Officer Jenny on
Monroe street, on Monday last, were fined
fifty dollars each for assault and battery and
resistiog an officer, and were fined fifty dol
lars each tin the charge ot assaulting an 01
ficer. They were also put nnder five hundred
dollars bonds each to answer before the crim
inal court. Tbe failure to pay tbe fines incurs
the penalty of four hundred days 'each at the
county workhouse. Oan Donohue, another
backman, charged wtiw Geing arunK ana
disorderly, was discharged. - "
The iuneral of the late Mrs. Wilbur F.
Simmons, ties Miss Mary F. Duvall. took place
yesterday lorenoon from Calvary (Episcopal)
church tbe services were pertormea oy nev.
Dr. George White, rector. After reading the
funeral services tbe choir, consisting of Misses
Jones and M'Clelland and Messrs. Gage and
Xukland, accompanied by - Prof. Levy at
the organ, sang. Abide With Me. The pall
bearers were Messrs. Jacob m. wood, u. A.
Brower, P. G. Bigley, R. E. Vance, J. A.
Taylor and B. C. Jolly. Tbe remains were
conveyed to Elmwood cemetery and placed in
the grave in the presence of a large circle ot
friends, who-mourned the loss of a most esti
mable lady whose sweetness of disposition
and attractiveueBS of character made the
family circle a place of joy, and which now
is filled with sorrow. -
Oa the BlanT Te-Hlsat la Heaer ef the
Mesalaatieaa ef Haaeeek aa4 JCatT
llah by the Claelaaatt
The Democratic raliy oa the bluff to-night
! will attract crowds of people, not only irom
all portions of the city, but from the sur
rounding country. Every citisen of Demo
cratic proclivities, or who intends to support
Hancock and Eoglisb, should be in attend
ance, and onr friends of the Republican and
National parties by attending may hear soaie
thing to their advantage at least, they will
lose nothing by listening to the other side of
Prearaatsae ef the ftesaeeratle KattB-
aiiea ea the asiasr xe-mixat.
The meeting will be called to order by
Julius A. Taylor, chairmin of the executive
The first business will be the election of a
chairman. Alter selecting a chairman, the
speakers will be introduced in the following
HON. 1SHAM a. HARRIS,
HON. T. W. BROWN.
HON J. L. T. SNEBD,
COLONEL H. F. LOONET,
JUDGE K. J. MORGAN,
COLONEL GEORGB UANTT,. .
HON. J. B.JBEISKKLL, , . '
T A. RKDDICK, ESQ., V V.;-
HON. CA8EY YOUNG, ' ' .
GENERAL LUKE E. WRIGHT.
COLONEL JOblAH PATTERSON.
HON. J. H. MATJiBS,
HON. J. W. CLAPP,
BON J. W. KEIGHTLZY,
GENERAL B. J. LEA,
HON, J. B. BOND.
COLONEL ALBERT M'NEAL,
HON. HOLME 3 CUMMINS,
LEOPOLD LEHMAN. EaO...
CO I ON EL M. O. GALLAWAY,
DENNIS SMITH, ESQ.,
GENERAL A. W CAMPRELL.
COLONEL OEVILLE VERGER, - -
MAJOR T. B. EDG1NGIOM,
HON. C. W. HKISKKLL,
F. S NICHOLS, ESQ
ALBERT SUGGS, ESQ.,
B. J . KIMBROUGH, ESQ.,
' JOSEPH MON TEDON ICO, ESQ ,
' D. PANTK, 8Q,
JOHN JOHNSON, ISQ.,
J. A. TAYLOR. ESQ. -
Hon. M. Bxterly Tucker, of Virginia.
is in the city. - - -'
Ms. George M. Beck . the editor of the
Arkansas City Journal, is in the city on a
brief visit of pleasure and business combined.
At the residence of Mrs. M'Anally, on
Vance street, last evening, Mr. E. R. Shel
ton and Mrs. Felicia M. Maasford were mar
ried in the presence of a large number of
guests. The groom is a well-known young
man in the employ of Brown & Jones, and
tbe bride is one of the most estimable ladies
of our city. May health, wealth and happi
ness accompany them in their voyage down
the stream of time, is the wish of their mutual
friends, who are numbered by the score.
To-morrow night General Peter Tracy
will have Ltttle Rock ablate with fireworks
set pieces of heroic proportions, portraits of
distinguished men limned iu fire, luminous
bouquets, shells as large as a dinner-pot,
snakes, and all the gorgeous displays known
to the pyrotechnist's art and he will have
an audience worthy of the elaborate prepara
tions he has made to entertain them. That
community never fails to respond when any
thing of merit is presented to their attention.
Those of this city who desire to witness
the crowning triumph ol the general's man
agerial career can do so at reduced rates, as
half-fare (six dollars and fifteen cents) return
tickets have been placed on sale by the Mem
phis and Little Rock railroad company.
B. LOWKX STEIN & BROS.
Will place on sale
100 pieces white Union linen lawn,
100 pieces white Victoria lawn,
(Full 36 inches teide.)
tSAt the low price of 10c per yard.J
Families desiring a quiet, cool resort
the summer at reasonable prices, can be
com rood abed by applying to Miss N.
Scott, Sewanee Tennessee.
Plumbing; and Sewer Connections
JHrasBBUy avtte aided ta,
mil. J. KALdLOM at CO.,
Uickrativk weaknesses and debilitating
bumots ot females cared by Malt Bitters.
THE GARFIELD PARTY
Assembles In Mass Convention at xpo-
sltJon Building to Nominate a Coun
ty Ticket Trouble and Confa
Blon Prevail Among the
The White Element, Although Inferior !
J la Numbers, Proved Itself Superior
In Tact and Management The
. Colored Troops Secure a
At noon yesterday at the Exposition build
ing aboot two hundred Republicans, chiefly
colored persons, assembled in mats conven
tion. Mr. I. M. Hill, chairman of Ihe county
executive committee, called tbe convention to
order, and stated that the meeting was
called for tbe purpose of selecting candidates
for county officers to represent the party. He
desired to say a few words, and he had re
duced what he had to say to writing, which
ne proceeded to read as follows:
Fkllow-Cittzbns and Bipcbuoans or Shxlbt
County You are called here to-day by your execu
tive county committee to nominate candidates for
tbe August election. This Is a duty, my fellow
citizens, that devolves upon you, and. in fulfilling
that duly, there la a responsibility peitalnlng te It
which cannot be evaded. First, In selecting your
candidates for tbe respective offices, you are to know
that they are honest and capable of performing the
functions of the respective offices which you desig
nate for them. Second, will they be able and will
ing to do tne duties of tbe offices ? Third, we do not
nominate any man for his own benefit. There Is no
man or set of men who have any right or claim by
blrOi or heritage to any office In our country. We
recognize no privileged class among us,
some bom to rule, and some born to
obey. And no man in our broad land
nas ever aoae more man ne was oouna to oo to pro
mote your principles and the consequent good ot
onr common country than, as an American citizen,
It was bis duty to do, and for this no one deserves
any reward. Now, my fellow-cltlzens, your course is
a plain one. Whom do you believe will best serve
you in faithfully observing his oath of office, and
which man among us Is moat competent? This Is a
simple question, ana easily ansnered. JNO man de
serves or has tbe slightest claim upon yon because ot
his birth or color. No man, as I before said. Is a
Erivlleged man amoDg American citizens. If he
as greater rights than you and I because be is a
native of Germany, France or Ireland, or that bis
color Is lighter or darker than ours,
then If ha Is of a privileged claas-you
and I, as American citizens, are of an Inferior race.
This Idea, fellow-cltlzens, will never be submitted to
by Americans, and sooner or later it will be crushed
out by American citizens. When crushed It will be
so well done that it will stay crushed. The office,
my fellow-cltlzens, does not make the man In our
country. It Is tbe man whose capability, honesty,
and his well known integrity of character makes the
office respectable, and In bis ability and wisdom in
executing tbe duties of the office he gives character
ana standing to tne par it wno piacea mm mere.
He does this for us as well as for his own credit.
If you, my feliow-clilzjns, place by your
votes Incompetent and worthless men in
position, you degrade the Republican party,
which you here represent, and Injure
your country. Your party will and must go down If
yoa and I and Its representatives attempt to prosti
tute its power for selflih purposes. Nominate your
best men for tbe offices to be filled, fellow-cltlzens;
men who'; can and will execute the duUes of office
Impartially, honestly and energetically, and tuey
will build up Ibe Republican party, and, as we be
lieve, as a natural consequenoe, promote the wel
fare of our common country. Now, thanking you,
fellow citizens, for your courtesy in allowing me an
opportunity to make these few remarks, I am done.
Your first duty now Is to nominate a president to
preside over this convention. .
Messrs. T. A. Hamilton and I. M. Hill
were put in nomination, and, on a vote, sir.
Hill was declared elected by a vote of 102 to
Prof. B. E. Sampson, colored, was selected
as vice-president, oa motion of Colonel L. H.
Marsh Crusher and J. T. Turner, both col
ored, were selected as secretaries, and the
reporters of the Appeal and Avalanche were
selected as assistant secretaries.
The following committee on selecting can
didates, to present (he same to the convention,
was selected: Wm. M. Randolph, A. Froman,
James Lott, Robert M'Kenna, L. B. E itoa.
H CUM) PLEDGE.
Mr. J. W. Vernon offered the following
resolution, which was adopted unanimously:
Ratolvtd, That It is tbe sense of this convention
that each and every man who takes part In this con
vention by voting, shall be bound and considered as
pledged to Ibe support ot the whole ticket which
may bere be nominated.
Baoivd further. Thai no candidate shall be voted
for until such candidate-shall first pledge himself to
support the whole Republican ticket here nominated
according to his means and ability.
ED BHAW TALKS.
Pending the absence of the committee,
Chairman Hill said thtt if the 'convention
desired it, a speech could be heard. Loud
calls were made for Tom Hamilton and Ed
ward Shaw, colored. The latter was intro
duced to the convention by the chairman.
Before he commenced to talk, Mr. Ran
dolph, chairman of the committee on nomi
nations, appeared and said tbe committee
desired to know if one or more names for each
office should be selected. The convention
agreed that tbe committee should select two
for each office.
Ed Shaw commenced his speech by saying
that the Republicans had to figbt the Demo
cratic and National parties. The mission of
the Republican party is not ended, nor will it
be until the colored man of the south has the
same privileges as tbe white man in street
cars, railroad cars, hotels, public schools and
other places. He reviewed the history of the
Republican party and gave his own experi
ence as a free nigger south in old slave times.
The National party claim to give equal rights
to all men, but at the last election you held to
get down on your knees, although you had
seven thousand votes, in order to get a col
ored man on their ticket. They refused to
place a man on their ticket a few days ago,
yet they have the impudence to ask you for
your votes. The National party has no prin
ciple, and their motto iB, "No nigger need ap
ply." He lauded the Republican party as one
of purer principles and intelligence, and his
remarks were received with applause. He
denounced General Hancock charging that he
tied a rope to hang Mrs. Surratt; that he
knows nothing but army business, never hav
ing held a civil office. Applause.
TOM HAMILTON "
being called for, stepped on the platform.
He was dressed in a suit of black, and had a
Garfield and Arthur badge nicely pinned on
his left breast. He counseled cool delibera
tion in selecting a county ticket. He op
posed nominating a man for office because he
is a white man or a colored man. Men should
be selected with a view to the best interests
of the Republican party. They-should sup
port the nominees of this convention regard
less of color or prejudice. Cheers.
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE.
Mr. Randolph, of the committee, appeared
and said he bad two reports to make. The
majority report was as follows: For sheriff,
Edward Shaw; trustee, L. B. Eaton; chan
cellor, J. E. Bigelow; judge of the criminal
court, L. B. Horrigan. The minority, report
was the same except as to the office of sheriff,
Theodore Krekel being the name substituted.
MINORITY REPORT TABLED.
On motion, the minority report was laid on
TABLING THE PLEDGE RESOLUTION.
General W. J. Smith moved to lay the
iron-clad pledge resolution on the table.
DISCHARGE OF GAS. .
Mr. Tom Hamilton opposed "going back"
on the pledge resolution. Cheers.
General W. J. Smith desired to be heard
in reply. Tbe resolution was in bad tast!;
and the gentleman with the Garfield badge
on his coat, who had just spoken, was in bad
taste. Tho whole thing was to rule out one
or two gentlemen who will not be pledged
by this or any other convention. Applause,
and cries of "sit down." He added that the
colored man was mare interested in this mat
ter than any other, and Judge Horrigan was
the only judge who has meted out full justice
to the people of this county. Cheers. Tbe
fiat has gone forth, and he will be elected by
the people. Do you want to remain in the
hands of a lot ot pettifogging lawyers to
keep you in Jul? You want a judge who
will give all men a speedy trial.
Mr. Trowbridge opposed Horrigan because
he had refused a petition irom colored men
to nnt them in the inrv-bsx. (Cheers. 1
Chairman I. M. Hill desired to reply to the
last speaker. Judge Horrigan has no right
to put any man in the jury-box. Sensation.
That is the business of the sheriff, who had
to summon men as jurors. A voice: "Judge
Horrigan sends men to the Island." Mr.
Hill continued, stating that Judge Horrigan
declines to run for the office or make any
canvass. Ton may put any one you please
as nominee for judge of tbe criminal court,
but as sure as tbe sun shines he will be
beaten and Judge Horrigan will be elected
by tbe people of this county, and for your
Mr. Anderson, colored We have as good
men in our party as Judge Horrigan. He
joined the Democratic party, and we should
not pull him into ernes by the hair of tne
head. He was for a Republican nominee and
Tom Hamilton did not object to Mr. Horri
gan personally, bat what has come over the
spirit of Judge Horrigan's dream since 1873,
when he was the nominee of the Democratic
party, and he (Hamilton) bad tbe distin
guished honor ot voting against hm. Judge
Horrigan has made a good officer, bat he was
not in favor of making him the Republican
nominee and letting him glean votes from
Mr. W. M. Randolph The committee
knew there was no better man for the place
than Judge Horrigao. Tbey can exact no
such pledge from Jadge Horrigan, and they
could not get it, and if the pledge is sus
tained the committee will have-to take eff
the name of Judge Horrigan. If the colored
people insist upon the resolution they do not
consult their own interest. " " -
THE PLEDGE RECONSIDERED.
Tbe motion to reconsider the pledge reso
lution was put and carried.
THE COMMITTEE REPORT.
General W. J. Smith moved to adopt the
majority report as a whole.
Mr. Trowbridge, colored, got into a dis
cussion with the chtirman, but was sup
pressed by the convention. He again arose
and asked the convention to vote down the
resolution of General Smith, to adopt the
majority report as a whol. Applause.
MAJORITY REPORT ADOPTED.
The motion to adopt ihe majority report as
a whole was put and lest.
VOTING FOR THE NOMINEES.
A motion was made to vote for the nomi
nees seriatim, as follows: Sheriff, chancellor,
criminal court judge and county irustee.The
motion was adopted almost unanimously.
Mr. Trowbridge, colored,, nominated Ed
ward Shaw, co ored, and hoped bo would be
selected by tbe convention.
ED SHAW NOMINATED.
The convection unanimously voted for Ed
ward Shaw, colon d. for f he t ffi of sheriff.
and be was decUrtd the Republican nominee
for Sbelby county. (Great applause. Ed
Shaw thanked the convention tor the hocor
conferred upon him. .
J. K. BIGELOW NOMINATED.
The convention nominated J. E. Bigelow
for chancellor. He thanked tbe convention
but d'd not propose to make a speech. If
elected, he would perform his duty.
when the name of L. B. Horrigan for crimi
nal court judge leached. The trouble
commenced On the vote being taken. The
ayes and noes setmed about equally divided,
and a division was called for.
Fred Hunt, colored, advocated the nomi
nation rf Juuge Horrigan. Numbers of tbe
most influential men in tbe Republican party
bave called upon Jndgt H jrrigan to run for the
effije and they will vote tor bitn at all hezirds,
no matter whom you coniaate here to-day;
therefore, tbey ask (be convention to vote lor
Judge Horrigan. 1 bey had given tbe other
side all they asked fur ' and now if they
wanted to div:de the party let tbem do it. let
them force it on us. Applause
COUNTING THE VOTE.
- Mr. F.oman, colored, asked that tellers be
appointed to count the voto. Great commo
tion and sensation prevailed in the conven
tion at this time, some twenty or more col
ored men standing up and speaking at the
The chatrmatn asked that the H jrriean men
go to tbe lelt and the auti-H jrrigan men go
to tbe right. I Another scene of grat con
fusion prevailed ; fifty colored orators speak
ing together, and the chair was unable to
THE POWER OF SAMPSON.
The stentorian voice of Vice-President
frof. Sampson was heard reverberating
throughout the hall, and partial quiet was
The chairman appointed as tellers L. B
Etton, Fred. Hunt, Rev. James Lott and T.
DITTOING THE FLOCK.
The chairman stated (hat he was advised
mat there were htty JNationalists and sev
eral Democrats in the body of the conven
tion. He asked tbat tbey retire to the front
part of tbe hall. Confusion again prevailed
au over tne naiij
, SHEEP VS. GOATS.
After half an hour's trouble, it was de
cided tbat the tellers stand in front of the
chairman, and that each Republican as he
passed between the tellers announce his vote
either for or against Judge Horrigan.
HORRIGAN B OM.
The tellers tok position, and the Horrigan
men were run inrougn in rapid style. J
CHARGES OF FRAUD.
The anti-Horrigan men arose and charged
that the Horrigan men were passing through
and voting twice. This charge brought out
all tbe orators, and the confusion was worse
The chairman lost all control of the con
vention, and hammered away.with his heavy
cane for a aaarter ot an honr nnona wooden
table, to the great danger of that .venerable
piece ot antique furniture.
ANTI' HORRIGAN MABCH.
The opponents of Judge Horrigan's nomi
nation now marched between the tellers,
amia gcejic contusion, several men were
captured while attempting to march by the
tellers twice ana give two votes.
HORRIGAN WINS. '
The chairman announced the result of the
vote as follows: Horrigan, 78; anti-Horri
Ihe announcement was received amid
great cheering and waving pf hats.
WON'T STAND IT.
Mr. Trowbridge, colored, asserted that it
wss a fraudulent count, and they would not
support it. ioi ore contusion. J
COLONEL EATON DECLINES.
Colonel L B. Eaton declined to allow his
name to be used for the office of county trus
tee, although he was put in nomination by
tne committee. ' . , . .
A KREKEL MUDDLE.
A colored man moved that Theodore Kre
kel be nominated for trustee.
Mr. Froman, colored, announced that Mr.
is-renei toia mm that ne would not serve on
the ticket if a nigger was on it. Sensation.
A GARRETT INVASION. .
Colonel L. B. Eaton moved that Captain
o. o. (a arret t be nominated as trustee. -
A motion to adjourn was put and lost.
KREKEL PULLED OUT.
The nomination of ' Theodore Krekel was
SCATTERED FORCES. ''
xy this time the members ot the coaven
tion scattered throughout the hall, about fifty
Doing left around me chairman s stand.
'George B. Fleece and J. J. Rtwlings w
nominated by their friends.
YES AND NO.
A motion was pnt and carried that the
nomination for the iffiee ot county trustee be
left to the county executive committee. : The
motion was reconsidered.
THE EATON BULGE.
General W. J. Smith moved that the eon1
vention nominate L. B. Elton as the candi
date for the office of county trustee. The
motion was put and carried by a large ma
There being no other business to be trans
acted by the wild convention, a motion for
adjournment was made, put and carried. In
a tew minutes the hall was empty.-
: THE NOMINEES.
Sheriff Edward Shaw, colored.
Chancellor Joseph E Bigelow.
Criminal Court Jodge L. B. Horrigan
Trustee Lucien B. Etton.
Floyd's Ladles' Uestanranic.
Regular meals served. Persons coining to
tbe city cn morning trains can get a good
dinner at H loyd s.
Mrs. rYinglow's Soothing 8 Trap.
Rev. Sylvanns Cobb thus writes in the Bos-
Ion Christian Freeman: "We would bv
no means recommend any kind of medicine
which we did not know to be good particu
larly for infants. But of Mrs. Winslow's
soothing syrup we can speak from knowledge.
In our own family it has proved a blessing
indeed, by giving an infant troubled with
colic pains, quiet sleep, and the parents un
broken rest at night. Most parents can ap
preciate these blessings. Bere is an article
wbich works to perfection, and which
harmlet8, for the sleep which it affords the
iafantant is perfectly natural, and the little
cherub awakes as 'bright as a button. And
during the process of teething, its value is
incalculable. We hive frequently heard
mothers cay that they would not be without
it from tbe birth of tbe child till it bad fin
ished with the teethinsr siege, on any consid
eration whatever." So'.d by all druggists.
i weniy-nve cents a booie.
' GREEN BACK BBS
la Ratification Meeting at Greenlaw
Operahonse Rather Small Attend
ant and Dead Falltre of Gas
lightGeneral West, of
Beads a Long Dissertation Upon Poli
tics, Past, Present and Future, and -Nominates
Col. Andrew J . Keliar
; for Congress Col. K. K.
Id wards Talks.
At half-past eight o'clock last night about
two hundred citizens, one-third of wham
were colored, assembled at tbe Greenlaw
operahonse. The meeting was called to or
der by Mr. unauman fox, ot the ueniral
Greenback club. Oa motion of Judge Log
wood Colonel A. J. Eellar was mate chair
man of the meeting. He thanked the meet
ing for the honor conferred upon him by call
ing upon him to preside, when it is intended
to indorse the action or tbe National Green
batSLubor party and its platform. He had
the honor of iatrodusing a distinguished
Mississvpian, General A. W. West, a man
whose reputation and patriotism has extend
ed far beyond his Slati 'hroutihout the en
tire country. Applause.
a tall, stately looking gentleman, gray
haired and nsshaved, but with fine presence,
strong resonant voice, and enveloped in a
black alpaca duster, advatced to tbe foot
lights and was received witn appUuso. He
opened his elaborate speech, which was on
the table near by, by saying that bis party
was poor, as all reformers wen. Tbe press
in tbe main, the bankers, the money power,
the speculators, the aristocracy were against
them, but tbe people were for them. He en
tered into a ditquitition on liberty in the ab
stract, and especially American . liberty.
He- claimed tbat we now have
two great parties, whose followers are
as arrogant as those who burned tneir oppo
nents in olden timi s of the reformation. Ha
was an elec'or on the Ti'.den ticket in Mis
sissippi in favor of reform. The Demxratic
party then professed it ana believed it. lie
spoke of the forms of evds in the land tbat
needed reform aural, social and political
evils between the Democratic and Repub
lican parties that are running riot over the
liberties .f the teole. This reform move
ment among tbe poorer classes comes with
grace because inspired by Jehovah itself.
GeneralJYest garnished this portion of his
speech with appropriate biblical quotations.
Indeed, be seemed to draw largely trom
holy writ for practical illustrations and
pointed allusions. Tbe press of the country
B8ek to beguile the people and keep tbe truth
Irom vou. He would read bis speech, and he
could say that it was tbe first political speech
that be ever wrote, and he wrote it tor publi
cation. General West then proceeded to read
in a clear tone of voice his elaborate address,
from which the following points ot interest
have been taken : la tbe National convention-were
represented all classes of people,
except Chinamen, whom they did not recog
nise as worthy ot American citizenship. He
proceeded to discuss the differences between
bis and other parties. A ereat national or
State debt was an enemy of liberty, and
should not be tolerated. In
Jewish history we are taught that people
were freed from debts every seven years.
The claims of the arisen is superior to that
ot the creditor. When debts are entered in
to in good faith, and both parties are "bene
fitted by it, those debts should be respected,
but not otherwise, lbal s the doctrine. In
this country the taxpayer hai no right, but
the creditors have all, and what is that but
slavery. This is no new Tangled doctrine.
Democracy is now using the same arguments
to secure power that the Republicans used
years ago. Ha quoted from tbe declaration
of indepandence, from Jeffdisoa, from Jafk-
son, to support the arguments he bad ad
vanced. He recited a long bill of indict
ments against the Republican and Demo
cratic parties, claiming that they professed
any principles caicu'ated to retain them in
power, and arraigned the Democratic party
of Mississippi forits election laws as calculated
to defeat the will of the people.
At this time a colored Greenback club
with torches and transparencies, and headed
by a band of music, entered the hall, during
which uenerai west had to suspend readme
RESUMPTION OF SPEECH.
General West continued his address, giving
a nistory oi tne puonc aeot oi tne uniti
oca tea irom its earliest nistory, and drew a
contrast as to making the debt between that
day ana tne present. He referred to tbe im
prisonment ot the agitator Kearney, which
he said was for advocatinz principles advo
cated by Washington, and ca'led upon the
Irish and other foreigners to leave a party
that enforced and advocated such imprison
ment. He advocated sending Colonel A. J.
Keliar to congress, who wonld defend the pro
ducers against the monopolists and bond
holders. LIGHTS OUT.
For some reason or other the easliehts
were turned out. and General West baa to
cease speaking, but the colored club lighted
torches and darkness ceased to exist by a
a large majority.
General 'West eon tinned bv discussing the
bondholding gentry, the national banks and
currency generally, but owing to the dark
ness our reporter was unable te glean the
points made by tbe speaker. His peroration
was auite eloquent; and he closed his lengthy
address amid applause long continued.
At the close, over naif ot those in attend
ance left the operahonse. and but half a
dozen dimly fuming terches glared out fit-
tally on tbe scene. , . - , -
Colonel Jnellar. in a few well chosen sen
tences, introduced Colonel R M. Edwards,
the nominee for governor of the National
Greenback party of Tennessee, as an Eut
Tennesaean, and who. like all East Tennes-
seans, could speak for himself. - ', .
on ruing said that owing to the lateness of
the hour he would not detain the meeting
any great length of time. He confined his
remarks to a short dismission of the State
debt and the policy of the Democratic party
concerning it. He criticised the course of
Governor Marks in a Bharp manner, and con
demned the policy he advocated with refer
ence to the settlement of that debt, He had
no parties l ar nsa tor party ; platforms
unless some measures were advocated
to carry ' out the leading planks . of
such platforms. In Tennessee the
workmgman was not protected in
his rights, and was left to be plundered by
soulless corporations. - He told several anec
dotes applicable to the points he discussed
and by way of illustrating them, and closed
his speech exhorting the workingmen to sup
port the Greenback principles and nominees.
Colonel Edwards is not a very effectual
speaker, and did not make a very good im
pression upon his hearers, nor did he create
THE WIND UP.
' When the speaker concluded, Colonel Kel
iar announced that an adjournment was in
order, and, after giving a cheer, the crowd
dispersed. It is needless to add that among
those in attendance were at least a hundred
or more Democrats and Republicans, who
were drawn there by motives of curiosity.
On the whole the mass ratification meeting
may be put down as a failure in many senses
ot the term.
W. B. Phillips,
. BLUFF CITY LAUNDRY, 800 Second street.
' Best of wotk done. Satisfaction guaran
teed. All work called for and delivered free
of charge. All persons wishing laundry work
dose would do well to give him a call. The
only white laundry in the city.
Brotrn at Jones.
Plttsbarr, SkttweU aa Caaael Caal.
SJH8 Hala Btreet,
Ebcftioks on the face are permanently
removed by Dr. Cheek's liver invigorator. It
tresnecs ana oeauunes tne sain and gives
you.n to the complexion. .
V- Floyd's Caadies.
Those leaving should supply themselves
with Floyd's candie. You will find none as
good until you get home again.
Hofs MaU Extract. The true health bev
erage, i Highly recommended foe nursing
mothers, thin, cold and aged people, -convalescents,
etc. Owing to its wonderfully
nutritious qnanties, it is especially recom
mended in epidemics and in fevers, where
bodily prostration is great and life depends
ojon a nourishing stimulant. None irenu-
ino without tbe label of Tarrant Co., solo
agents, JNew York. For sale by all druggist.
aaa grocers. -
OF1PIDR - I
n 1 I jtl. 1- TT ll'
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS,
New lace XXitts,
New Lisle Gloves.'
New Silk Gloves. -New
-ear Frleaaa aa Caatoasers will at all
wf t cawlot 3aHMIW tw Market stsrls. - 1 ' '
" 3HEA3LF PRICE.
Previous to ihe impending dull
season, and as I am about to take
stock, I will sell all Hats at Half
Price nntil July 5tb., Tlli9 is
genuine, and a rare chance to get
n bargain. x
GREAT REDUCTION s CLOTHING
AND FURIJISHING GOODS !
Wice Salts at
Bnsiness Malts mt.
, 7 50
All'wool Salts at..-.
Cassimere Molts at. .
Cheviot Suits at
Fine Dress Molts at.
Pita ts all wool at.
Pants finest quality-at.
White Vests at
White Vests at
White Vests at.;.
Immense Reductions la Boys.
rURMISHING GOODS Simper cent, below former prices.. . .
sr-Thts 1. mm nnrmrtnnitT. u m tut, a larm stock which w. an bound fo dlsooss ot.-AB
N.B. For the accommodation of those otherwise entacwi during th. day, our store U1 hereafter ho
Stent .Ma at alaat matll alocb. . . I
BLUFF CITY CLOTHING HOUSE
CEMENT! Lorti'TlIl Bosedale.
St. IiOuis, Alton, Cake and Glencoe.
Michigan, Iowa, 5ew York and Imported Brands.
FINE PLASTERS A. SPECIALTY.
THORN & HPwKlSS, 3Q9 and
Chaaeery Coart U'D.well Jadce.
Decisions yesterday: Trigg vs Hill, pleas
held insufficient; Gaston vs Kittredge, de
murrer overruled; Chandler vs Barnes, mo
tion overruled; Buchignani vs Myers; Robert
M' Williams and wife allowed to take the
psu5r oath. Court adjourned to Monday.
Mure Cure for Coughs, Colds,
More Throat, Bronchitis,
And All Diseases of Throat and Lungs,
Bxtraet frasa Restart r the Caaiaala
al.aer atT latrraal Keweaae.
THEA8UBY DEPARTMENT. ' I
Office of Internal Beronne, V
Washington, D. CL. January 2rt, 188a i
Messrs. Lawkjcmcs A Habtim. ill Uadlson street.
Chicago, I1L gentlemen . I ham reeelfed " a eertt
Ded formula," effing the ingredients and relative
proportions used In the manufacture of an article
which ron advertise and sell under the djub. ot
"TOUT, BOCK AND BYE." This eomponnd, ae-
ooramg w your lonnnia. in tne opinion ot wis omes,
would nave a sofllclent qoanOtr of the BALSAM Of
TOLU to glT. It all the advantage, ascribed te thtt
article In pectoral oomplalnU, while tn. Whisky
and Syrup constitute an emulsion rendering (h.
compound an agreeable remedy to the patient.
In the opinion of this ofBce, an artleleeompounded
according to this formula, may properly be classed
as a medicinal preparation under the prorlslons ot
Schedule A, following section 8437. United Stale.
Revised statutes, and when so stamped may be sold
by Druggists, Apothecaries and other persons, wltb-
aenng isem uaois to pay special lax as
ealeis. Yours respectfully.
limed 1 G'&EKN B. RADII. Commissioner.
Put np In Quart Size Bottles for Family Use.
PallTinN Don't be deceived by unprincipled
VMU IUH. dealers who try to palm off noon
yoa Bock and Bye In place of onr TOLU, BOCK
AND UYErfrhlch Is th. only genuine medicated ar
ticle made, having a Government Stamp on each
bottle. LAWRENCE ft MARTIN, Proprietors,
111 Madison street. Chlcaso.
Bold In Memphis by all Druggists, Grocers and
Win. Merchant, generally; at wholesale by M,
M.aaae Id A Ca., Ul'.Hwta Ca. and A.
Vseesra m Cow who will supply Ibe trad, at
The WEEKLY APPEAL
AT ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR, is
one of the CHEAPEST PAPERS In
this country. Every farmer in
the South ought to have it. Each
number contains as much read-
I . .. .. - .
ing mailer as an Orulnarj (lOVei.
t$ MARKET REPORTS ar6 the
f ue$t an(j most accupae sent
from Memphij,and its NEWSC0L
UMNS contain everything Of in
terest from all parts of the world
REP A SELECT STOCK (exelaalwely of
say awa Baaaaraotare) WNSTAJNTLY
HAND. I am also Dieoared to build (TO OB-
DEB) aar ar all af the saaaem atylea af
asacKiea, ana ramify lamage. bow in use. i
ose nothing but tbe VERY BEST MATERIAL, and
employ strictly Ural-class mechanics.
In all IU branches, done dromptly and in the best
. manner.. OVYaUli J1LXY, an Aaasaaat.
tlanea la aar llae Vail an Catnlete(
- r - reduced from,.
- rredueed from..
. 8 50
. lO OO
. 12 OO
.. 16 OO
OO - Feduced from.
. 80 OO
OO reduced from.
. OO red need from
. S OO reduced from
4 SO reduced from....
75 reduced from.....
1 OO reduced from
5 OO-rredueed irom ,
Children's an Tenths CLOTH IX 6.
.. 8 50I
English andHmerlcsn Portland,
811 M. 18th Mt.. Wt. Toais.llo
. Special Notice.
DY mutual agreement of th. under-'
- Binimii tup om. .van u i , ..u-k&.m
draws from tne White rife trade oo May 22d and re
sumes again on July 1 7thi th. Sir. Hard Cash with
draw, on July 14th and resumes on September 1,
188a Thus equally dividing tbe dnll season, and
ft Ting each boat an opportunity to mske necessary
repairs, btk. jisie hahky, miii usrry, maner.
6TB. HARD CASH. K. C POTtsJ. MSSteT.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
C Eiaala aaS Vlekebarsr a-h.r Mae
. U. stall-" VAIKU AHO KX. JbUVlS.
City or Helena,
Will lea, th. Anchor Lin. wnarTboat THIS DAY,
July 3d, at 10 am. For freight or paseag. to
AD STORM. Bnpt on wharfboat.
X)R NEW ORLEANS.
at. Etaata aaa Blew Orleaaa Aaehar laaa
For Vlckaburg, Natchez and ti.w Orleans a to mor
City of Alton,
Blxby master, -
Will leave the Anchor Line wharfboat SATCB-D1Y-Jnly8d,
at 6 p.m. For freight or passage applf
to AD. STORM, Supt. on whsi rtjoefc
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI
Memphis 6 Ohio River Packet Co
For JLooisvlIle and Cincinnati.
r i The Slerant Passenger Steamer -
B. W. Thomson. -..master Junes Sertas clerk
17U1 Leave Monday, Jnly 5th, at 5 p.Rt.
For freight or passaae apply la - -
B. W. LIGHTBUBNE,
. . General Freight and TieSet Agent,
Mo. 7 Monroe street, Memphis.
Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co.
For liOolswspJe and Cincinnati.
. 1 ; Th. Elegant Passenger Steamer
J. H. Vinton master I M. SI. Deems clerk
Will leave TTJE DAY, Jaly 6, at 5 pun.
: For freight or passage apply to -
n. w. LiuciouiuiSi
t r '
eeneral Freight and Ticket Agent,
-- No, f iflsfsn; fA IVWC. Mfvftl Tnts.
at. Eiaala aaS Vlra.bnrsr A.aehar Eilae
Valtadl atataa Mali-FOB V10K8BVRQ.
City of Vlclwbiipgii
: Flem. Calvert .....master.
Will leave tbe Anchor Line wharfboat FBI DAY,
July 2d, at 10 am. For freight Of passage apply
to AD. STORM. Sup't. on wharfboat.
' FOR-ST.' FRANCIS RIVER.
Memphis and 8k Francis U. 8. Man Lme-Steamer
O.K. Jopltn master I A. L. Banning clerk
Leaves Memphis TUESDAY and FBI DAY, 6 p.m..
fo Marlanna, IheCnt-oS and all Intermediate land-
jror rreigm or pasaage appiy on ooara, or w
I. D. BAND4LL. ftnn't.
Trt-tocxjkl tj. a. Mall racket For Ban
dolpa, Fallon. Osceola and way inmng str.
: i Osceola Celle, ?T
Henry Cooper .master Wm. Smlthert.... clerk
Will leave Memphis even MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
and FRIDAY, at h p-ra. infraawtfUm apply on
board, or tn Na 8 Msltsr " 1
' LEE LINE STEAM ERS. -
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Will lean aa above on everr
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 p.au
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FOR WHITE K1VER.
Memphis & White River Packet
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River Packet For Augusta, Jaeksonporii
Searcy, and way points.
The regular Utderjendenl
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Will leav. Memphis EVERY wsdmuuii, at
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Leaves as above every MONDAY and THURSDAY
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