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TiE 'MEMPHIS DAILY . APPEAL- SATURDAY. AUGUST 31, I860.
AUCriOX HA KM. Adniiuit.ralor'd Sale Eetote Jas.Uannon. INK MULE AND IjRVY ALSO, BKD AND BIDDING, ysbtardar Ilarale;, A Be;. lUlO e'ei'lt. A. M. STODDARD, Auctioneer. Jsnvs Re'l'v. fr,rlle administrator. : " ' DKfiflJHTIiy. J . W.K Kl.fcO: ,J cutlet ;X6f Mala Street. nraiTM TRUTH.. TEN DOLLARS H Hd Killings Two Dollars Oliver HOd Tin Kllllium One Dollar and Kxtrxetlnic. -ch HUty Cents REMUVAI. OF THE JET PALACE. TIIK JKT 1VI.ACK M aa tera removed ta 77 HA I BTHKKT, H dear to rievd'a CfrrU.frj 4 Hoataarast. will eeatlaae ta etTVr tVSooda oa hand at aa lasnienee ssaerl flce rresn a aw aaiilifce iall pea. I. ROESCKEF, Agent, lJo. JST7 ln wtrs-'et, WnnhK REMOVAL. MEMPHIS PICTURE FRAME FACTO BY. H. HENOCH? BEBCl (HAS EE VOTED TO ' 281 Mnitt Street, Onnottlte jI1tt. Finale . Co.'B. BARGAINS THE NEXT 30 DAYS. ran We are now ready to make eou tracts with merchants for fn- tnre delivery In Went phl, rim mediate shipment from the Fac tories. sf the fo lowi as Hew Canned Gooda, packing of 1880: ew Peaches, aaa la. eaea. New Cherries, New Strawberries, ew Peas, New Tomatoes, fw Corn, New Raspberries, New Whortleberries, New Jellies, flew Gooseberries, .. . New Blackberries, New Pine Apples. By slepte amber 1st will have flamres aa all atlada at Caaeed (Swede. Waada all beech l far Cash, Bad will be taraed at a very aaiall aaarslav. en route for home, from a trip to East And Middle Tenses-tea. 1 I Hon. Jacob Thompson returned yester day. ; Captain Joseph Lknow wii among r terday's returning citizens... . - Mrs. Joe P. Carey and children returned front East Tennessee Yesterday. ' Captain Dick Ltohtbtjknk and family left on Thursday night for the Wisconsin lakes. Misa Sallik Bxswbtek bus returned from Jackson, Tennessee, where to j has been pending the summer. Mr. Hknry Jambs, proprietor of the Southern watroa factory, cama in last evening on thj south-bouod train. Rev. T.C. Holmes, pastor of the Sffar ani street Methodise church, Chelsea, re turned to tbe city yesterday. Mkbsrs. J. M. Tbxzevaht and Hkhbt L. Goiojt, who have beva visiting Bjo Aqua Sptiags, came home yesterday. Ms. Waddt Backus, tbe lightning scout for Messrs. tjoodbar & Co . came into camp testetday loaded down with orders. Mr. Theodore F. Wallace, of Dallas, Texas, arrived here eeterday on a visit to his old borne, and friends. Mr. Wallace is one of tbe successful pioneers from here to Dallas, where be has resided during the past six years. AND FEATHERS NTOMACU B1TTFR. MITTKBY. Meertansaa'e tjeateat Over riceaaa aad Ctlaae Bella at sjeekrell'e fciroaada Tke keerea Made by the Laefcr . sad TJalaehy. :. a . . r tne lM,de "Bd w,li fcFini!&CoS3 . To Absentees. Th DAILY APPEAL wiU tent by mail at $t per month. Potto ffiet oddrttse will b changed whenever requested. Sub icription must be paid in advance. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. TraattBK a Bay ta the Pablle. . A hrisht boy arrived at Castle Garden, New York, on Wednesday, by tbe steamer Ensland. and walking od to Superintendent Jackson told him that b -bad crossed tbe ocean alone. He tbea opened his vest and showed the following- instructions pinned to tbe inside and wiittea in a very legible Thomas Walton, Wo. Kay lortBDlre EiOgiaLa, ears . old. My aesti- brothet'a. Mr-Willism Walton. Erlineton. Hopkins county. Ken tucky. United States of America. He sent money to send metoNew Yoik, and font days before this ship, tne England, of tbe National line, set sail trotn Liverpool he was written to to meet me at tbe Government de not. Castle Garden. New York. 1 am all alone; please set me right." Superintendent Jackson telegraphed to Evansville Indiana, and received in reply a r quest that the boy be forwarded, which be was. ' LaBt Thursday Cockrell's pigeon and glass ball grounds were open to all comers, he bav in a fine medal to be shot for at fifty cents an entry. Tbe lucky man wbo wins the medal three times iu succession becomes its owner. The attendance at the grounds on Thursday was smaller than usual, owing to tbe absence of many sportsmen at Cbicago and other place. . Ax riuEuno run tue baiiau. Tbe first contest was at ten Simla birds, twsntr- one yards rise. It resulted as loUows: Doctor 8. Grant 8, Leland 9, affarlond 8- Leland won the medal. - . at riuKuna. The second contest was a sweepstake handicap, thtM dni iM anlrHDoe: flrrt and neoODd monef. Tentr-ix jards. Doctor 4; tweoly-one Tarda, 6 rant i: tweutr-one rards. DavantB: Hventj one sards. Kills 2; twenty-sli jams, Lelani 8; twentj-onc I yards, epecnt4; twenty olc jards. Poston 3. In I shooting off ibe tie Doctor on the first mont and iMTani ins seoona monej. AT PIGEONS. Sweepstske handicap: three dollars entrance, (or Bret aod second roooej. Twentr-slx lords, Doctor 5; twenty-one yards, Grant 5: twenti-one yards, Da- vant 4; twenty -one yams, mason i; twenty-one yards. M'Farland 4: twenty-one yards, Poston 5; twenty-six yards, Leland U. and withdraw; twenty- one yards. Kills a. to snooting on toe nes ureal won nrat money, ana uaant me seoona money. 11 PUUIO. Sweepstakes, for birds. EUls 8, Mason 2. - Ellis won. AT BIRDS. Sweepstakes, for birds. Poston 1. Crawford 4. Crawford won. , . . AT GLASS BALLS. At flye balls, elshteen yards: one dollar entrance: for first and second money. Kills 2. Poaon 1. Ma son 0, BrtnKley 1, Grant 4, Dayant 2, Leland 6, Cook 0, Specht 8. Leland won first money and Grant second money. , AT GLASS BALLS. , . Same match as above. Kilts a. Poston 8. Davant 4, Carr 2, Leland 4. In shooting off the ties Letaad won nrst money, ana roston seoona money. GOOSE EGG CONTEST. Messrs: Cook And Mason agreed to shoot off tbetr "goose egg" at birds. Mason caught one out ol three, and Cook captured three "goose eggs." Cook said be would improve even u ne naa logo out at ousk and practice on ientber-wtng bats. The sport was highly enjoyed by the e'owd. . - - i tiflsmjetis re- UaaMBsaa The Kentucky State Lottery Co. are now again holding their Drawings every 15 days (twice a bhuo), The Sext Urawiaat win take plaee August 31, ' In which there Is a ehance of getting1 . 515,000-51 LIST OF PRIZES: 1 Prize of 915,000 la J 15,000 I Prize of 1 Prize of l Puis of ' 5 Prizes of ID Prizes of - 10 Prizesof 20 Prizes ot 100 Prizes of 200 Prizes of ROO Prizesof 1000 Prizes of 6 000 is 5.000 Defeaalve Hedleatlaa 1 1. in nMMnHw oiiiaii ihnM mm ha nasleeUd wnen danger is present, ana uereiure a " the Bitters at this season Is particularly desirable, especially for the feeble and sickly. As a .remedy trtr hlllMiamM. rivfcnATMl. nwwimnMa and fcDOWel eom plaints, there is nothing comparable to this wnoiesome rastoranve. For sale by all Droggt-tsand Dealers ssggajty DBI WOODS. 2,600 2.000 5,000 6,000 2.600 2.000 6,000 4,000 fi.000 6,000 2.700 oa OA to CO as CO UJ 2.600 is 2,000 is 1,004 are 600 are -. . 250 are 100 are . 60 are 20 are... ...... 10 are , 6 are 27 Approximation Prizes amounting to 1,876 Prizes amounting to ..T CKEW, fl. . u PI K 61 ON. SH nraadvsay, Ysra, or J. KluHHOND, Cavlaataa. Ky, nr t. AS. FKAaCB,a87 Heeaad it,nUl T.l.t of drawinss Dubllsbed In the Hew York TOT I J 1T.TJ Sl(. 911. kll.4.lnltl. rrfTV., ficrwv. mm, pr.wii 'V, xmmvwiuu.w Jfecortf, Philadelphia awnday DinpateA, Pittsburg XMsparca, Cincinnati jsnowrvr, Lnncinnau unwinwr I rial. Louisville Commercial. Chlcaso Timet and Chicago Tritmne. Allout-of town ticket holders are Baal lea a copy of theomelM list as soon as received .U..S60.700 Saw 03 i z COTTOU G1NN. CO WINSniP'8 S i s IMPROVED GINS AJS OTQEBS SEE US. AND JPatESSES. oa U I INS, eombtnlnc Ltgbt Draagbt, Fast Ginning, I jr Cleaning or Seed and Good Sample. CK) I PRKSdKS, Band, Horse and Steam Power. WHOLESALE DEALERS Iflii IK h s' mam eobbs, STREET u 242-244-246 MAIN iar Feeling well aVMured tbat all dsner trsnt a Tlsltstien ei yei low-feyer has passed, and considering tne great improvements that hare seen made In tne sanitary oono It on el nempnis, maK ing it to dmj one of the healthiest cities oa the continent and believing the trade of the coming season will he the 1a AKGEST thatOemphis nas ever nsvo, we nave maae more uss srauarj preparations to meet the increased demand, and have now es roate fr.liNINAI. UCK kYK 8LVE KOH PILES botdbyaUdrug- B 0vtm. fo e-nf. rr rwftle HMt itKAT. -Verv desirable residence. 416 Or- i leans thlid doc south of Vnce; in perfect renur- a I motfmn eoi.ynieoees; larae suaur jam. Apply urxt ntior 'o Mrs. K. M. MorrUon, o Tucsr . 7 M"nroe strre DU-IIDKNCE- to C B. CIKCOND AND TBIBD rLOOH'V-ln bnwe 227 r uai.ui.al. arub mU aonvanlancei. nlrlia for drevrnxker. . l. No. 14 Adams stret, opposite Vorsham nmiM fnr.Hloon or boardmcb .ue. ADDIf t' M. 8. CHAfj'KV. Krr st'e-t. Chelsea. rale. nnvin-Mre lre fnrntbed rnms at SIRS C P. kK niHTa. ini rtroin ..iririt-it i Miiiknii ttwt. Ik telv occupied by C B. B ln A i'n. S'e and Cx.uies for AtiDlt at i.ed-r ftii-e. or 20 Msdlon t. i iTiiHRHiHJhK-No 2i:t Viln D vrapli Uglier) we' i-o. ill Min street. aiNo Itl iam-st -eet tieet. and Pboto- Ajply 'I 1HB WADK KKdiDKMJK Currier Jesssrulre and Laudcroalo .rla ApDit at I in maiou. ruii'KH, mi. ti i un a in. January next, ADtill tn B lNT rti..NT.TlON-ln Tunica cnuntr. Miss., known L ft the A vent Pare. Poswrsslon given the fJinl Holly Springs. Miss. I 10TTON ROOMS AND Oi'KICES-Dwirabie eot Vy n iooius and olncea. with gas and water con- sentence. aWi. u, CQ sitd :I H Kront street-. Kiitnbeii ottus. at rvasoubble rates, t AM -I" vlreet sit wtAIf . tEAL KSTtTB BAhGUNS. . i ruHnsLK-Conifr lenenent, Bickfcrd Block (Ke.'dam). Tllnd mid WihtliKtO' I" oil .SALK- LovhIv cuga on Hill stieet. near AlsMum. formerly T.4tt'. K K ALB-Jol.nT Kivnn'snlee Home. on lohn son sventie. Nitb Memphis, f-ound mles. Canon S'OHbALK Kxeellei;lctittee.3il5 Pcmtrtoc street, near i.auurdie,'r.:l.e.ln't!e wHlk-?r. at lhO0. W. A RKATLfe-Y. 2M Mitln. iv.r or rill. Quantity and quality Kuarai teed. Lenve oidtrs at John A. Denle s, 862 s rvi.i treet, or W. J. tba.-e & Op.'s, lvl Main tieet. fi H. r. 1 1 "KB. RlNrin Mile. In qunntitlee to suit i.ur. Ltcters. The above material etn.nses tne esiaoiisumem in. iou rola Prlnllnii Comt-Htiy. which we now own. H. c. Q.. WetntihlS. fTILUt'hlNtt AND aI.N-MlLL.:HEAP In first' class order. If ppllrloD H made Immedlatelyj -fl1ne 1-lnH -(tie en1 t4-tiirb stroke. Also, a Steam Kite Ennlne. rf Lsttx's mike. Clrclnnatl. in nt're st CH- tyntefb-p !-2H a.eoert sreet. HlNn A.l BISDKRY MATKKiAL- tjulte a iKrve onantltt ol seernd-band nistortel for i HASH. OITUATION A yoong man. . who bss a knowl edge ol drt-gs, would lUe a place In tbe eity or ooutiuy. Aoaresa i , inuouio., ' 211 M-t'n i e-t. Memphis. KITCBEN ASSISTANT At the Green Tre Ho tel. No. 851 She by t tt, while Of colored woman to assiat in the H'tchen. SITUATION As salesman In a wholesale or re tall dry gooos or ooojbilsl.n boue: g -od ref ereneesgtveu; wad acquainted witb a iatgn country trade. Address D.,Mhis office. LAND To buy or lease from five to twt-oty acres, with boue, leuce, etc., within two mill of lb-city. Adrtiesv C. I , lhl office. , uABTIEd bavlpg Cottaaes ot 4 to rooms for 1 rent, can find prompt psylnt tena'is by apply ing loAVkKYJkBEjtUN8al -KN GOOD TINNEbS- Alsni. APPP ENTICES Apply to H WETiBK & CO rnvo GOOD MACHlNIalS and one goea biiti X SMITH, at Indtuuua lioi. works. Apply io PAINTKHS-tieveisl ttrst-dass Jouineymen paint '"'"g'S tiGRtLL. 280 Second St irUAT'O-t A3 .oVISttE3!-A ouna mdy.ed uoled and graoiutted in Memi his and ot prao Ucal experience as t-actier, desires a situation aa governess or toacbrr in pr.ms.rv grades. Tbe most complete and stM a&oo rs erei ces given. AOdresa TfAt'llEft. Autieal ofbje. M emphls. Tenn. LL PARTlK-t DrrilKIN CNVEYACK FOB it.em-elves or pokag to BVHALIA ot HOL LY SPBlNUdtind all loints on Pliteonrocst Boad, to leaveotd-rsat the Her Steble LeatsasetB a.m. Mondnrs. We'nel5S and Fnd-ys. Ueiurn Tues days. Thursday and i-Htunm S ENEUAL BLCk.-MllH- W. H BtWELL, ComO. Miss. lAKEnjllAKEH-A u:l dr. s;ru' ker ton.land B' OOK-xbti'tK 2Hfl MKln street Addrtss I- or wholwle grocery. SsUNDKKS, Le-lger Ottce. BKfALd Afd all clussof socotad band goi-ds, at S. GABV'S. A mot It a a. a in ww -nrw. A(-', IKUN J-V b '1 UOD CAttPttbTtUS At U2o Scond strw-L JOHN hEID. GIN YOUK lO'loN il ltaK UKMPBld IN8 No. tlrtrt Main rtreet, oppoalie Mississippi and Tennessee B-iilmed TvrHt riii..ife:UY, a. ar u J -5:'...vS5.; Trenoli flEDUCTION ! Millinerv ABATEMENT I iTTK HAVE MAKKSH VV 8 IK1WN THE 8VRINH and SUMMUl GOODS. As tue season ad aueea we will give naruams to our nwnumra tjty- NewgiKxH lei-elveil dnily.AE3 F. LAVIGNE. 250 A!N STREET JVKIN. Drv-as tiwdt, t..-i all fsisTH-H CtMllfU vAllh.Hlt ni'lMsV.' vmDtrM lK ir.UIWMI.S- 1Jtf MMVi ttlt'Htttl twAt-l- 0J thsPAlatal tli at t i- ti4i.lly cls-UsswO. ATTOKJtKV AT LAW. -v-s tm x tt m "I J VX- JT. J? W LJ X Jl, ilTOKXEY AT-LiVy, Mherman Texas. OfTI-e pevt tn J. C. rarrwt'f; CAUTION 10 W OK Kl ft! (J S3 EN. Tbe new or first cotton ba!e business hat closed for the season. The new cotton bales are coming in briskly. Tbe season has opened. No marriage licenses wete issued by the county court clerk Yesterday. Many people are painting and repairing their business bouses and dwellings. An excursion to Memphis over tbe differ ent railroads will take place some time next WSOatBr : - t' ' The beat was to intense yesterday that many persons lemained indoors until late in the afternoon. . ' Seven arrests weie made by tbe police yesterday and op to a late hour last night, principally tor light offences. The ninety point was again reached by the mercary yesterday The barometer indi cated 29.80 inches, and falling. The ceiling of tbe halts in tbe third story of tbe courthouse were taking on a coat of whitewashing yesterday. Details of the sinking of the steamer Charles P. Cboutesu, at Liberty island, be twetn St. L.uis and Cairo, will be found in tbe river column, third page. The low-tax men who favor Wilson for governor wilt meet at the courthouse at eleven o'clock this morning to appoint aa ex ( CQ'ive com mi t lee for the coming campaign. The lemaios ol tbe late Ms J alius A. Pollock were conveyed to Elm wood for inter ment yesterday afternoon from her late resi dence, corner of Susette and Georgia streets. Yesterday afternoon Judge E'dridge, of the probate court, was const terms: a bastardy else, a dark colored wait being the Done ot contention between tbe two colored people who lived not wisely, but too well. ' Joe Smith, colored, wbo shot Turner Bolen, colored, at the Eipo-ition building ball last week, has been sent to jail in de fault of two thousand dollars bail. De was also fined fifty dollars by Recorder Porter. A garbage box full of decayed vege tables, fruit and filth can be found by the garbage cart-drivA., in Second alley, be tween Madison and South Court streets, where it bas been awaiting removal for three ditjs. The man who circa'ates freely among the people will indorse-tbe correctness of the following elegant stanza: Some men were born for great things, Aud some were born for small. But. deg my eats If I can see Why some were born at all. Dullness prevailed at tbe police tUlion house yesterday. The keepers, turnkeys, magistrates, constables, and others, who hang around the city prison, secured chairs and hunted op coql places, which they ooly lett at intervals to go in search for a cooling glass of beer.---- The impression made upon the publio mind by tbe speeches of the gubernatorial candidates on i'hn sday night waa that on the State debt question but little difference exists between the Democratic and Repub lican nominees. They now want to hear Wilson, the bond repudiation candidate. Late yesterday afternoon Mr. Goldsmith, a resident of Beale street, while crossing Main street, near Jetterson, was run into by a hack, the pole ot the vehicle striking him and inflicting upon him serious injuries. He was c nveytd to his residence and had medi cal attention summoned. Lite last night bis condition was regarded at critical. -While digging through the bluff yester day, near the corner of Madison street, the diggers came upon a lot of buried curiosities, supposed to be of Indian or Spanish origin. Tbey do doubt struck the grave of some In dian chief, around wboue remains wete deposited the necessary paraphernalia to properly introduce him to the Great Spirit of the other world. Tbe M'Clellan Guards and th-i Memphis Z'Uivra, colore! military companies, are goirg to St. Louis to compete for tbe prizes t.ffdu d at the grand military drill to ccm iff on the thirtieth instant. Tnete companies will leave here cn Sunday, tbe twenty-Linth intfiant, on a spcal traiu and at special rates that all friends of tbe companies can avail taemseivs o. The annual report of tne business of Memphis, to be published on September 1st, will astonish thost wbo have thought that this is a dead or even a dull town. Oi that day the issue of tbe Afpkal will be tie greatest ever printed here. &very business man, whether in the wholesale or retail trade, abould be represent d in cur columns by either a card or a local. Tnousands of copies will be sent to tbe correspondents and cus tomers of our merchants. Tbe Mississippi and Tennessee railroad company hat laid tbe iron on its river land ing tibck trom its depot to tbe foot of Beale ktie t, and on ths o her end from tbe junc tion to tbe loot of Court street. Iron bridges will be thrown across Ueale and M'Call atrett v itbin the next ten days, and within twenty dais trains will be running over tbe connec'ion line between tbe Mississippi and Tennessee railroad depot and the proposed union depot at tne loot ot Washington street. The Grt new bale ofcttton from Tunica county, Mitsisaipfi, was received yesterday per f.tep.m-r James Lie. It was consigned to Messis. L S. Ltk J k Bro., aud was raised by Mesr.. Turner & Co , of Turner's L lad ing. It was sold at auction at twelve o'clock in front of tbe Memphis cotton exchange, and brought seventeen cents per pound. Ik was bought by J. Tildesley, agent, and clasred low middling. Considering tbe classifi es! i;n and that this was the thud bale re ce.v d in oar mu ket this season from the State of Mississippi, t brought a truly fancy pric--, which speaks well tor the competitive enterprise and public spirit of our cotton buyers. Tbe two new bales of cotton received yesterday were sold in front of the cotton ex change by Auctioneer Stoddard. Tbe bale received from Dr. . U. Bslle, Morgans Point, Mississippi ciuntv, Arkansas, came in on the steamer Osceola Belle, was oonsigned to J. T. Fargason & Co. It was purchased by Benja min Bbb at nineteen cents per pound and classed aa middling. A bale caoie from Tunica county, Mississippi, on board the steamer James Lee. It was shipped by Turner & Co., of Urberts Landing, and wa consigaed to L S Lite & Bro. Jt waa pur chased by James Tildesley at seventeen cents per pound and clawed as low middling. Mr. Secretary Gates, of the cotton exchange, re quests us to state that the fancy tale business is at an end-w-firt bales haying been received Ircm Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Alabama and Arkansas and hereafter the regular market wilt be established. , Guns. A verv larce assortment of muzzle and hmvh-loadinar irans. of direct imp a tatior. just received and tor sale at very low prices by OHOLLL bkutujuus m nt. Kind Wards Toward the HI aft frana a txeorcta Kxcsssgs. City HO! FOB NORFOLK, VA- xearatealats Take Hetlee. The MemDhis and Charleston railroad will sell excursion tickets from Memphis and all stations to Norfolk on August 24 h and 25tb, good for twenty days trom date. FARE $15 FOR ROUND TRIP.' For further information call on B. Hughes, ticket agent. 278 Main street. T. S. DAVANT. . Assistant General Passenger Agent. Great Bargains in Shoes at ardor ta awake reeas far ear I esse sleek af Beats aad Mheea, whleh we are aaeat ta twelve, we efTer great barcalaa far the sext thirty daja. ADLIB aV BBOTBEB, , Ha. OS Beale Street rpHK COTTON PRE3S LABORERS OF NEW OB L leans are demaniting an Increase in wain. m lee in our employers are eeodn g a-ents through tbe country to tiy and set men to come here and lake our plsera. We ask our fellow-laborers not to Interfere with us in cettttig our rights. COTTOM-rRRSd LABORERS Ok MEW OBLKAN3 Mb. Ed H. Mathbs, attorney, ol.Oceula, Arkansas, passed through the city yesterday, 1MPOBTAAT TO RllllKKUN. The dealers ot our city beg to inform tbe public that tbey are just in receipt of a freeb invoice ot KmnsV Bros.' celebrated cgare'tts. Their branJs are tbe m st reliable, being made of rare tobacco and ol tbe finest rice- paper. Oae tr-al will satis'y all that they hay-no eqnal. CAP0KL, SWEET CAPO- RAL.CAPORALK. ST. JAMES and AM BAS3ADOR3. : Kirkland Drawn Umbrellas, Kirkland Earl & Wilson collars, Kirkland Dant's kid gloves. -Kirkland Fk, Clark & Fiagg scarfs. Kirkland Goodyear rubber clothing. Kirkland stylish socks. -"- Kirkland nobby handkerchiefs. Kirkland celluloid collars. Kirkland celluloid cuffs. Kirkland goods are cheap. - An Editor's Escape. OlTICI OF THI "IMDUSTKIAL BBA," I ALH1A, low a. May 26, 180. i To Whom it May Concern: I take pleasure in making the following statement: 1 have been tffl cted with a dia- ease of the kidneys for tbe past two years. and have tried numerous remedies with ooly nartial and temporary relief. Warner's Sate kidnev and liver cure was recommended tome. and, after taking it, the pain and distress lelt me. and I am to-day feeling strong aad well. 1 r . . i p .. j . l . rr SaI. am Derteciiy eatmuea lust v muw remedies are the medicines needed, and I can cheerfully recommend them to others. : . W. STAMM. I hereby certify that I have been a prao- licincp nhvsician for twenty-seven years, and for many chronic casts in my practice do recommend Warner's Sife kidney and liver cure. It was upon my advice that G. W, Stamtn. the editor, obtained this valuable remedy. a. a. bamsay, i d, Floyd's Candies. ! Our facilities for making fins candies have been tnltrgtd. We can note supply all our retail trade. - . : - ; Brown A Jones, i Fittatsars, Shatwell aad Csuaael Owal. CM Mal atewt. .-m ., - j Or hinh or low. or rich ox poor. ' None would f ml teeth or breath endure, If they but knew how sure and swift " Was Socodont, that price) ?es gift, la giving heau'y, life and tone Tj every charm the mouth can own. r; A Happy Man at Lockport, Ji . Y. E. C. Williamson, of this place, )s ri Dic ing over tbe recovery of his w.fe. who has been an invalid for tha past four years. She bas regained ber strength, her complexion is vastly improved, and sbe bas walked more in I hp nast month, and is stronger and better than she bas been in year.. He attributes these happy results entirely to Day's kidney pad. 1 Grand Flcnic ; A Grand oicnic will be given at tbe Co' tge Grove, on Brink ley avenue, between Oijmpic pstk and Poplar street, on Sunday tvening, August 221. ' How He Saved His Hon. Israel Jsncs, of Franklin Station, Oaio, bas a son whom the doctors had given up with diubetis. H- applied a Day's kidney pad, when he com met twd to improve and is low able to get out and attend to his work. Wu&m we refect that a power of endur ance ran be imparted to the brain, and that weak minds have been restored to strength by Fellows's compound sjrup of byperphos pbites, we cannot but conclude that tbe sub tle power is really ponderable matter. Per sons who study hard should prese.ve their balance of power by using the syrup. mothers! mothers!! mothers!!! Are yon disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a tick child suffering and crying with the excruciating pain ot cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Wmslow's soothing syrup. It will relieve the poor little sufferer immediately depend upon it; there is no mistake about it Lbere is not a mother on earth wbo has ever used it, who will not tell you at once that it will regulate the bowels, and vive rest to tbe mother, and relief and health to '. the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to tbe taste, and is tbe prescription of one of tbe oldest and best female physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold everywhere 25 cents a bottl. Floyd's Uestanrant. With all conveniences we can furnish meals to business men or others, with but little time to spare, very quick. BUI of fare changed every day at toyd s. Bemoval. - Oa September 1st I will occupy the store on the southeast corner "of Main and Union streets (No. 338 Main) with a full line of all the late tall styles in gents' clothing. g. LKHMAM. No.247 Main street Eruptions on tbe face are permanently removed by Dr. Cheek's liver invigorator. It freshets and beautifies the skin and gives youth to the eomplenrw. r3erghnn Machinery. Cane mills and evaporators at much : less than manufacturers' prises, in order to re duce our very large stock,- pKSILL KKOTHKRS OO. Tbe Ceoterville (Ga 1 Express takrs occa sion in its last edition to speak very kindly of the tttorts of our autoorities to. rtnder tbe oity disease-proof, at least so lar as lies within the power of a liberal and judicious expend iture of money. That paper says: ". Such enterprise as bas been exercised at Memphis this year is only comparable to that exhibited by tbe soldiers in our late war, alter mucn experience, when told to "make holes and get In tbem." For tunately.tiy the abolltlenot tbelr obaitir, for the lime tbe eltlzeos were relieved from pressure on tbelr old oubilc debt Then, by tbe prompt Daymeot of a new ttx, tne receiver, ur. roller, wiui an excellent advlsoiy board, has so txpendrd tbe sum six bun dred thousand dollars -that wbat thet have accom- plisbsd seems inert Jlbie. TUinaoi hi Moretnan twenty miles of swerr re have b en built. About tttteeo bundled pi Ivy-vaulia have been destroyed, with excellent water connections to ss many new closets. Not only bss this great work b'en aoeomcllsbrd In a few months, but new streets are being built which would ba a credit to any city on tbe earfb. n&ln street for Instance, Is now belna made eaual to Broadway. New York. They are not only substituting atone, but after re moving tbe Nkoisod pavement, bave taken away twelve or eighteen Inches of soil benentb. giving room lor a good pea or sana, in wnten tne stone blocks are burled. There is an animation and buoyancy among the people whleh drives away tbe dread ot returning epidemics No more mayors are wanted xne "one-man power" is greatly prererrea Its success premises a revolution in the afltlrs ol eltf governments. Health and prosperity attend a people wno isp.ir so a'stouons'y to neip tnemseives. MTE tnliwAT!. KOK CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. sit A-onta aad Vlckebarc Anchor Mae II. St. Mail FOR OA J HO AMD ST. LOV1S. Cily of IrovidenceiigL11i. Lienox. ....... m aster. Will leave tbe Anchor Line wbarfboat SUNDAY, Aug. 22d, at 10 am. For freight or passage apply to AD STORM. Soot, on wharfboaL in C9 I tn UJ ea tuny i lar or call oa W. S. TAYLOR. Arwit, 859 FRONT ST. THE LUMmUS, TTrtSWOIN. k Bros - " i THE APPEAL FOB THE FOR V1CKSBUUG. CAMPAIGN! THE DAILY: WILL BE SUPPLIED TO SUBSCRIBERS AT $3.50 FROM NOV TILL tbe PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION THE WEEKLY i .. . TILL AFTER the PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION AT in every line of goods belonging to our business, that we ever have had. They are now arriving dally, and within ten days we will be able to show our friends and patrons the most complete and best selected stock ever shown by any Dry Goods Dense . . . ' H in the Honthwsst. : B. Lowenstein HIITiWOFFBW To those In need of Stylish and Well-made Clothing, by the BLUFF CITY; CLOTHING HOUSE, This la the seventh season of this popular Gut Which combines the merits of veed.Ught draft. aad aaaiple, and cleaning- the aeed In a great- 1 er degree than any other, and is offend with the tnost perfect Self-Feeder and Condenser made, at the following very low prices. It bslng neosasaxy to hsve ample room for oar Fall Stock, which Is shortly to arrive, we are determined to wuee out r-i r ouueauu wu gaiKuwa For the coming season will ynaa a specialty of Clothing tor the ' '' t, . I Price with Price with Sizes. SerrFeeder Self-Feeder and uuw orCondeneer Condeoaer. 40 saw f 100.00 $132.60 $1-00 49 112.50 M6.00 178.60 60 126.00 160.00 196.00 - 50 " 140.00 mOO 220.00 " 180.00 208.00 2O2.00 tO j 180.00 232.00 884.00 Large stock and full aasortasanu -now arrlvmg and displayed on upper noora, Merahants invaed to Inspect styles ana prices. S. VENDIG, 259 Main St 1 Sit. IjOBta and Vlehabara Aaeher 1.1 e Kaltsd SAtatesi nmuexju rivmsBUKV. ttold-Uust, ITCord master. Will leave the Anchor-line whaifboat BUNDAY, Aug. 2 2d, at 10 am. Kor freight or passage apply to AD storm, uup't, on wnatTOosi. KOll 1)UISV1LLE AND CINCINNATI Memphis & Ohio River Packet Co. For Louisville and Cincinnati. The Elegant Passenger Steamer CONM MILLAlt, C YV.Tlchener.. .. master James V. Torts.. .clerk Leaves 1H1S DAT, Ang. 21st, at 6 p.m. For freight or passage apply to R. W. LWHTBURNB, eeneral Freight and Ticket Agent ' '- No. 7 Monroe street MernpMs. FOR ARKANSAS CITY.- assais rseBBi-weekly j. . stall Liae- For Helena, Krlars Point Carson's, Terrene, Ar - kansaa City, Pine Buifl Railroad, and all fray land ngs The elegant steamer . fcieorge X. Cheek, ark B. Cheek... master! A. L. Cnramlns...cletk Leaves as above EVERY MONDAY and TBUHti DAY. at R p-ss.a In plsoe of steamer Ouachita Belle, until further noiloe; cwtiecttng at Arkansas City with the if. S. mail steamer Dean Adams tor ttreeo ville, V'cksburg ani way landings. For freight or passage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent R14 Front street, no slalrs.w! FOR WHITE AND BLACK RIVfcKS. Lm neinittamo ahrnld ha madedlreat to the olriee. as no commission on these rates can be allowed agents. ( Theaa Gins are made with Iron frames and oi the beet materials and are nnsorpassed tn flniah and workmanship. We also manufacture Onl- lett'a celebrated "Patent Steal Brash Cotton Gin," together with the Favartte LiaT at Draft Votton Bloom" Cotton um, wztn jreeoam ana fjondensers for each. Terms given on appUcatlnon. THE STANDARD MACHINERY CO., MYSTIO RIVER, CONN. tRAXkUSS H. LUMMUS, Gen. Agf, S3QLPMBTJS. OA. STAR COTTON GIN. STATE NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS, TEMN. , WOODRUFF, Fm't. A. D. GWINSE, TleePrean. J. A. HATES, Jr.. CasVr Accounts ot Banks, Merahants and others solicited. Prompt attention given to Collections. ; DIKECTOBS : Amos Woodruff. I 1. R. Miller, Prert Panola Oil and Fertilizer Co A. D. (iwyene. of Htewan, uwynne s uo. i a. uoan, oi aaiea, iman r K. Plain, of Williams A Co. ! W. M. Soeed. Jr.. of Myttri A Sneed. H. T. Lemmon, of Lemmen A Gale. I J. J. Buiby, of J. J. Busiy Co. Cotton ereene, of ereene A Beasler. I T. J. Latham. Prest Memphis Water Co. C P. Hunt of C P. Bunt A Co. I B. L. CoOin, of DUlard at Coffin. A. xxayea, ar. J YRLiIiOW-FETEB CUBE. DR. WM. CAWEIN'S HALESIA 1 Am lafalllble Care aad Preveatlve far Yellow-fever aad all n a! a rial aad . Caataslosts Dlaeanes.; HH'r tsraaunla HrsitsasS niaea stiver V. H, Hall Faeket. For Indian Bay, 8t Charles. Clarendon, Derall's BitUT, Dee Aro, Augusta, jacasonpon, wen rouu, Bearey, Batesvllle. Powbattaa, and Poeahontas. The new and elegant steamer Joaie llarrv. ?f Will leave XemphlsEYERY SATURDAY, at 5 p.m.. connecting direct with tt e new Black river U. & mail packet MILT HARRY tor Powbattaa and Po eahontas, and with Dally Packets to BrOesviU.t and upper White nver. Torongn tatea to ail points. Freight onnslgned to Milt Harry Line, Memphis or Terrene, will be promptly forwarded. - fimee. .-n. R i'w reet FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER. -Steamer Memphis and St Francis U. 8. Mall Llne- liateaville. O.K. Jopltn master I A. L. Banning clerk Leaves Memphis TUESDAY and SATURDAY, 5 p.m., tor Martanna, theCut-od and ail Intermediate landings. For treignt or passage nppty on ooaru. Or to . II. H"HHLIj. Inrrt -: FOR OSCEOJ,A.: ' Trl-Weekly U.N.IIall racket For Ran- doisn, irutton. osoeoia and way lauaings atr. . Osceola Belle, Henry Cooper mnster I Wm. Smlthers clerk Will leave Memphis even MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m. For information apply on board, or to No. 8 Mdton street. DR. WIA. CAWEIN'S CHILL CURE ; rar Ckllla aad Swamp Fewer. . Sis doses will break the worst type of Chills and Fever, It directions an stnctiy loiioweo. say-Tbese remedies art purely vegetable, and WaWBr.?wlLWHACd. -i - Whnleaala Dnustata. 884 Main street, Memphis. Tenn.W Yellow-Fever ! The National Board of Health, ' IN THEIR PUBLISHED BEFO&T, BAT THE CAUSE OF THIS DISEASE IS rpo those desiring a good, durable, ltght-rtmntng JL gin, made of the best material, and sold at a low pries, we offer this gin, confidently believing it will g ve satisfaction In every particular. Feeders and Condensers turnUbed when desired. Repairing or all kinds of Gins oromntly attended to. Saws reeut and old gins rebuilt. We refer to those wno hsve need our gins during the past twenty-five years. rot lurtner particulars aaoreas wr. a. . i k m. asaaw.. atanmwnaraia. Qermantown. Tennsstes, Or J. R. VODWII a C. Agents, stemrHiia. lenn & COTTON GIN Cleans the Seed bwttar. Runs UsyMar, Olns Faster and Ooeta Lean Money than any otrterGlnln theMarHet. Every maohlne fully and leanlf aruaiiantasd. TJ I S -CSICEACflU IU0I1 UOBES! psjrml xtanrlle cib lalvermore. X'tod'siI I C3 Xal-CTOirXXX.OI'O. XX0'D'astl 08 Second St., opp. Market Square, MempnU.! I taTllonse Fronts, Colnmns, Llntats, 8111s, Tenmatori, CeLUr-!ratljkK-, all kind Iron and Brass Castings, General Repairs and Everything Is the! Tfaa r Kowwnrv and SJarh1a-hy Werlt. a. YASJC. St. VACCAKOi If A. ill A. "VAOC4JRO 8s CO., 1MPOBTEBS AJSD DEALERS 19 . Wines, Liquors and Cigars TTsr. 8 Q a FTOTIt a-T.h JMLS3TM TinlS. I 3 cotton factors; And General Commission Llerohants, Hon. 302 and 304 Front street. Memphis TennJ IhessBawMnesaiezaada ot the best materials, and the rtanansMpsadSnwharaanesBeuea. Bave beea awarded premiums at all the State fairs, Georgia Alabama, Tea, at& Upwards or sow or oar una are in constant os la the soothers, states, over ion aaviBg beta sold in lrs. Price List of C Ins, Feeders and Condensers Bazsd ready far shipment sad delivered M our factory. Boo Poison li SO mi poisoned by breathing the vitiated atmosphere o larlal inrecied aistncta. LEE LINE STEAMEliS. for tsiendate, AAeleaa sail Arrisra fotat Stack Lee.. master Loyd W. Whitlow, .cierk will leave as above on every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 4 P.m. mr no. n sisntson streee. tfOR WHITE K1VER.: Memphis & White River. Packet. All know tbe Kidneys and Liver are the cleansers of tbe blood, and If these organs are kept in a healthy condition, xeuow-iever can, and win, ne averte '. That tti se organs can be kept free from disease, and at all times In condition to well and faithfully perform their duties. Is a matter beyond dispute. cavil nr argument and U Is equally true, that a free use of , WABMEB'S ' SAFE KIDNEY & LIVER CURE, in connection with WARN Ell'S SAFE PILLS, will actually compel these same organs to perform tneir aiioueu runeiions, ana neuae. as a eteanser oi the blood, and a preventive to Yellow-fever, we have no hesitation In offering tt to the public. Sold wholesale by 8. Mansfield A Co. and W. N. Wllkerson A Co. 1-. . Prlos with Prfcewtth ""so saw A 75 00 Jioo 00 gusoo As " 87 ts US 00 m CO ' tf 100 0 131 60 , iu as ti - 11AM IMS ITS IA M 13ft OS 180 OS 106 OS ss iso os twos rjoos to U 100 00 ; svtoo ss iso oo ta oo tMoo trTerms alven on ADOlloatlon.U3 From tsts to 1S3S we mancfaettired Giaaat Ootambo, Ga anacr tn. una n.-uno oi . l. iilosw., kicitotji t t ..HKi Rnnwa A Co.. and made what waa then know n as the Taylor Gin. PnruiirthycrU5SweremoTcdtotl:h 1 nlaee, wbere wa naTe Deea excjoareiy vnsava incuuiu f vinriit. i:in. mvetr dnm. with loturexnerieim. tho best Klwir Mrlnir maRhmerr aadakllledworlcmea. wepoasefli avaotagesnote&Joyedbyany other manafaetarerliuMir line, for prodadna the best work for the uast mondBF , but we nave aoaoieu onr manuiaciunnK Wilt 13 ladepeadeat neainhla Augusta, jacasonpon. aad Kearalar White Blver Packet For Searcy, and way points. Tbe regular independent Packet UABDCASH, aVLC. Postal master I Charles Postal... Will leave Memphis EVERY WEDNESDAY, on and after Wednesday, Sept, 1st at ft n.m. For freight or passage apply to. K. w. LIQHt BORNE, no. 1 si on roe sr.. opp. resoooy nesei. T. WIOBINHTON. m 1 e Whitrhwl fMiuJiud nnfttlMl. cspaclty sod hope to be able to meet aU d thewiscss plan to sot your order I f nr mnstrated wnDhlet s-iTina an eoiaal Irom over 600 live, enterprising planter. Presses. Knftines aad oomplotaoatns AirnluawhendafivBd. Addresa BBOWH COTTON CIS CO., 5iw lowkjw. txnrjf FOB SALE BY T. It. KI9T8, BROWNSVILLE, TENS CARVER GIN & MACHINE CO. MANUFACTURERS Of IMPROVED MOST ATTRACTIVE TRIP of ALL Carver and Eclipse Hulling Gins, JfiXCtTBSION. asa LOOK AT THIS ! KOOFINO. roecu or Boo s A STRICTLY F1KST-CLASS EXCURSION -TO- H. G. GETCHELL, KL.ASTIC, Gravel and Steamboat Roofing, ELI STIC PA1ST. AFTER years of tests In different climates, this preparation is acknowledged superior to any in use. I apply it to Tin, iron or shingle roofs. Leaky Awnings and Porches. It forms a heavy elastic coat; does not ersck and peel off as ordinary paint; stops all leakage permanently; Is proof against moss, sparks, coals of nre and water. Roofing Materials always on hand for sals. Office, 35 Gayoso street, Memphis. Factory Cincinnati. Ohio. OH Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1 880 Tickets rood to return at pleasure, on regular trains. for 20 days, rare ror the Bound Trip to St. Louis and return : From M'Oomb City, and be Ween Granada and M'Oomb (11 50 From Grenada and bet Grand Junction and ttienade 10 60 From Grand Junction, and between Jackson, - Tenn., and Grand Junction 9 60 From Jackson. Tenn.. and between Milan and Jackson 8 60 From Milan, and bet Fnlton and Milan 7 60 From Fulton, and bet. Cairo and Fulton.... - 0 50 unuoren nnuer l a years, nan price; under 4 years, free. Further particulars soon. U. L. COLLINS, 6enral Manarer of Excursion. TUiSPAO Re DTBBBT VKKTIKIMQ CONTRACTS tnay Ira made fee it In MAT BE FOTJKD ON FILE AT EO. I. JtOVTELL At. CO'S (10 rPBOOB paaer AdvertisintHJt t). whkbb Ao- tsg irrini 1...W lUwiii. DAVIDSON & CO, No, 5 Wall street, Hew York Having had twenty years experience as Brokers In Foreign Exchange Offer their services for the negotiation of RUls in J 'Pwduce. this eity, drawn against shipments ot Cotton and i uorraapoadenos stououea Feeders, Condensers and Cotton Cleaners, lasnrewed Arvsw aad Merew Preaset for steam or Horse-power, snarting, pulleys, etc., and dealers in Belting, Glnwright Material, etc., etc. Ames's Atlas, and other SWmKnrlnet CORN-MILLS AND SAW-MILLS. We repair all kinds of Gins, Engines aad Plantation aucnineir. eena ior eaiaiogue. 391 ta au Nheihy wt. Memphis. OWEN LILLY Practical Builder OF FIN El LightCarriages I KEEP A SELECT BTOCI (exelaalweiy t say ewa saaaafaetare) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO OD DER) aunv er all af the taedera atylea af BaaaTiee, and Family Carriages now In use. I use nothing but the VERT BEST MATERIAL, and ami my wiou urM-ciave uncusana, BKFA1 BlNtt. la all Its bvanabes. done dromptli and in the hast sssanar .syv atsyssis sisist. , E.IDNKGEN is highly recommended and unsurpassed for Weak or Foul Kidneys, Dropsy, Bright's Disease, JiOss of Energy, Nerrous Debility, or any Obstructions arising from Kidney or Jtladder Dis eases. Also, for Yellowferer, Blood and Kidney Poisoning, in in fected malarial sections. . j rBy ths dlstUlaOon of a Varest lasar. with Jaaiaer Berrlea and Barter Halt, we hava discovered H1D1 Be BS, whleh SavUspsssJIealiyon tbe Kidneys and Urinary Organs, removing tnjarl-. ana deeoslta brrmed tn the bladder, and preventing any straining, smarting sensation, heat or Irritation la tbe memhranoMS llalng ol lbs ducts sr water peasages. It excites a healthy action tn tbe Kidneys, alvtna them strength, vigor and restoring these organs to a healthy condition, showing tti sffeets on both the color aad easy tow ot urine. It can be taken at all times, in aU climates, and under all olreninstaratas' wtthout Injury to the system. Unlike any other preparatloa for Kidney dllTjooJUes, it has a very pleasan ' and agreeable taste aad flavor. It has been dUQouK to make a preparation containing aealtlve dla-' retle rropertles whleh will met aaaaeate, but be accepable to tbe stomaeh. BeTore taking any Uwev medidne, try a bottle ot KlatanfsBJs' to CLEANSE the KID3XYS trota tout nutter. Try 1 and you will always use tt at a family medicine. LADIES ESPECIALLY will Ilka It, and GENTLEMEN win find KIDNKHKN the best Kidney Tools ever NOTICB Each bottle bears the slsnature of LAWRENCE A M IftTIN. also a tpanpl.tv o. eraaseBt SAtaasa. which permlU KXDNEGER to be sold (without license) by Druggists, Grocers and. Put np in tinart-slie Bottles for Ueneral aad Family Cse. V tMI. Sniul af mm. TkpnMlafr. mm fl mMl J. WaHI. , k . . M . , UWSgaCE dk HABT1H, rrevrletara. Ohleagro, Uliaela. 1 Sold by Druarzlata. Groeers and Dealers everywhere. Cold In Memnbls bv all nrranrlata. a-nram .n wine neronauia generaiur: as wnoiesaie vi m. aaasseia aa sjb.. u. r. am eare ;., who will sonpiy tne trade at mannraetnrers prices. I laat ex Ce. and av. Vae. V Curtis c Co. 811 to 819 North Second Street, St Louis, Mo. i of evacy dncaiptm af Clrr-nlar, Mill, aad Oa Cat gawat Wbolsasas Daahaa ta Kahher aad EMther Belttna, FUra, Mandrels, Cant Hoeka, Saw rasaiiii. liml . X I sui saw bbmi l-laalaa! ill ill sappuea; Bole Xuiafacturera oi LstkwaWi Fateat CtrealarSaw. EVERY SAW WARRANTED. twlareful attention to xepsir work. TAIMITE EMERY WHEELS mSSSS? Onr New Dlngtratctl Catalogue niailol tree on application. CEMENT! lBiTiUeKweaia,B LI Tal E I St. Eronls, Alton. Cape and Cleneoe. Dl ACTCDI Mleklras, Iowa, Sew York and Imported Brands. r LAO I tn ! fink plasters a specialty. THOBJf . B1JNK1NM. SO and Sll M. IStn 8C, St, jLoaIs,lt 41