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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--SATtJRr)AY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1883.
B. 247 AND 249 MAIN STREET. THE LARGEST tiix: Splendid Light! Electric RETAIL Easy Stairways! Passenger Elevators! Bells! and Ladies' Reception Rooms! FALL DRESS GOODS! FTJIL STOCK. XOVEL STYLES IX COMBINATIONS 11 PLffl! PRICES REASONABLE. FALL HOSIERY! Wo eordinlly invito purchaser to this Department, Assuring them of thi fant. that our Styles and Asfortuiunt wt-rr never so complete or price no low. silile-ndlU vlue in Ladles' and Mlwm' lloe at 23c Mil 33c. GENTS' HALF-HOSE AT 25o AND 35o. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS We have a Department specially for (icnllenirn, where Ihey ean find everything in the way of r-birts, lluilcrweur, Neckwear, r-iisiwnilcrs, Cullar, Jewelry, etc. , m at spei-iul low rated JERSEY WAISTS FOR LADIES & MISSES, ALL COLORS AND S1ZKS, AND VERY CHEAP. owenstei AMUSEMENTS. THE MOZAltT fONHKKVAIOBT Of MINK, MeuihiH TrnnmM, Under the auspices of Til K MOZART MHIKTY. l. V. Kamraut, ViWt. B. F. Hai.i.V.r, V. Pres't. H. W. M'li.Hux.i'MrSec. .1. A. OHHKiui.Treiuiurer. Moh.mr S. piiwnh, Prinripiil of Kiu ulty, with a full cor, of i'rnf(!sors for Vocal nnd In struiuuiittil Music. Tha CnnfiArvHtory will rien October 1.1KH8, for initruriiun in Vow., nnd Instrumental Muhic. I'tirt.i-n dnirinff irivnte tuition will find it to their advantage to mnkf enrly npirlioutiuus, in or der to hv a Piiecilied timo cecurcd. Tliot whodtiro to join the elementary claps Would Hand in their npplu'ntione an early as iki atble, aanoone will l admitted to tins branch ftr the toriuittMHi of MiiHsen. Ftr lurther inturmittion apply to or addrean R. K. Chit. Art. n k Scrrctury. Office hours 3 to 5 DEM'ISTKY, J. w. sklsox, dentist, mu Malu, C orner Union. OOJ,T VII.T-INilS-Avrrnirr fl W BILVKIt AM) TIN HI. LINUS 1 tXTKACTlNd With Ktlier or Ha 1 Kvprv l''ilinir Itr'fitcrnil nnd Wnrrn n toil . KEAL ESTATE AKKNTS. J ohm Overton, Jr. C. N. Ueobtknok. OVERTON & GROSVENOR, Real Estate Dealers AUEXTS AM) RROIiER.N, OFFICE, 264 SECOND ST., BT. E. Cor. MecoiMl nml C'onrl, MEMPHIS, .... TEXXESSEE. RV.kl. ESTATK HfU'illlT AND SOLD, TAXES 1'aiil. Kent ('oHei-ted. etc.. on t'ommishion. t.rNsMiTii."' IWAXit NCIIUMAN, St., Mcniliis, Tcnn., I MI'OHTKIt and dealer In liimit. Iliflos. Ammu .1 nitoM). Ki-'hiiiir'riirltlv. Fine I'ofkrt-K niveK.ele. I'ho Irndo ttiilird at lowest market prices. 1 rio lit nent on upplit'atioti. itepairing done and wnrrin'd. Sl'MMEIt UOAKI. Board Reduced "LiOll the Summer months at the Chambers I1 lloue, corner of hrcond and Washington vtreelK. Alsoa tew first-rlans rooms will be rented tii'h"irfiMo p:irtu, nf .tw riff. LOST. 1I I AKiiK WIIITK l'OINTKII Dun -l.iver-col-I I ore. loir?. Krturn lo lT VahiniElon utrecl t--r rewnrd. STKAYEIJ OK STOl.EX. MllK Sept. '2M, udiirk bav in are ule, rar n rinM hip, newly shod. 1,iI0,h1 reward lor nny iuloriiitition KmiIiiib; to her rnCovery at ' Front "trcet. " (lOWS -On the morn in of Wednesday, Sept. 1 it h . from Henry ii Venue, near Duulap htreel, two rows -one red, with short horns; bit ul of one ear, tip off the other. The other white, with lotiu horii, crop out of one eur: round hole in the other. Wore seen out on the I'iireon Koont Road. A reward will lie i;ii. tor their recovery t'V AVKRV A RKRLIN, IN Mndinn "trcet. WANTS. 1 JO A 111 and Room in private family by jrentlc- man; reterencpo exi-tianired. It, , Appeal. NO. 1 SAWYK.U-To o to the country. TAY LOR AlM)V Kl.L, 208 Front t C"10LLEt'TtR In theeily; references required. J F. COLLI KR, 42 : Madison. Room X O ITUATION Ry a younc lady of experience as or correspondent: can furnish best of references. Address K. S., Appeal ollice. UEXTS For the Po uter)edus matches : ;tnii)lu i'i rtnt ; tfl irr dtr.en. A. L. Slt'ttL, t'hieajro. MTrATItTX-Ry'nn intctliirciit boy. 17 years old. Holier, honnst mml villm In wiirlr ilu rooi ana Mine iicpnrtment wtuld bepreterreu; wood refTencs. Address T. WQ., thinomce. HOARI-In a private family by a lady who wants a eomfortahlu home; references ex- rhnmred. Addre-s MKSKKXRRl.S. rr ooou CAXVAssfcus Ai 'i Second street, up-stairs. i OOlVsKRVANT-To do renerul honsewurk'. 1 Apply at Mrs, John's, 1M 1'oplnr streot. SALKS.MAN For each county in the I nited States; sulnry $T." to Shxi nnd expenses ; (roods sold by sample. LaRKLLK M'HI. CO., Chicnm. Illinot. I KSIOKNCK-To rent a nice residence, lit or 2 rooms, with all modern improvements; for a desirable place am willing to pay a food rent. Addre-s J. X., care of Friedman Rros., city. ILATttOAT Suitable for a family boat. Ad dre-ji Kl-A T1KIAT. Kl Ark. nOTKI.-To lease or rent, a rood Hotel fur nirheil. Hated ot hou.e not lex" than VI to - Kr day. Have the money and kltow the IUMiir". Addre-n llol'Kl,. thiitottiee. IJONKS The Memphia rVrtilitin"C N. ! ' Mnin street, will pay hiaheit markot priee lr food, dry hone. in .mall or lnr quantities. (KK tiood eok : alxo hoiie ht.v. at Nil. Iw W Kl.l.l.Mi TON ST. IOISK To rent, a houte of flvf room;, with il.-o kitihe A.ldre.K Within eiy reaeh f i oiirt nlare , thi oltn, i 1'ITAK AM" IAN.I St'Hil,AKS-Aiilyfat 1 HOLI.KNIIKKti S MUSIC lUltsti. OKKVANT (JIKL IwhiteMo do general bouna k ' work; good waee. at fWi lleale ntnet! DlMNtl-KOOM BOV Apply W Linden afreet. OI.IIUill.il VATt'll-l'ASK.S-Chain,Jewelry; le..f..rcah. J. N. Mull .rd A Co.. :c Mala, 1AD1KS ean have their llnM premied into the J Joekey .tyleat liliiiUVl.AK'S. LALilKS ean have their llntu preised inU the I.anatry Turban at (ilMiDt KAK'S. I.AI'IKS ran have th-ir Hate pressed into the Alpine al ttuoDY KAK'S. I.AliiKS ran hnve their Uata presved into the Elite al tiiHUiVKAK'S. LAhlEti ran have their llat preued into the Yolande at HOOKY E A K S. I.AI'IKS ean have their UaU prefaed into the WolmdeT at tHMIDY EA K .S. LADIES will tnd all the latent tvle at tlOODYKAK'S. 1J)RD 1JAI leaeher def ire board in a familr where lea. anf in rreneh. Mddiaor otner nrancbes would be received in part payment for board. AddreH. MISS J. L-.thin offii-e, I 3 1 AN 1 1 f " N I N tT AND KKPAIRINll Done by a nkillful and competent tuner from New York eily, at ll.Jl jlOLLKNllKRlCS. rllAVKI.ERS Calliut-on OlothieraS, W ea'n hear of ootnmi.aionH earning &0 to t'a) weekly, plea small, t'ommin.ionii eaith. I.MP"KTIt:RS. lk.K 1:171, New York. T ADIKS AND YOL'NM MEN To know w. fur- 1 J ni.b them with a new and pleanant work at h.irown home, where they ean eaeily make run to 4 a day ; tn. work ean be don. in apar. me; no eanvajf iur or peddling, and no .tamp or reply. Addrex V. MILLARD at CO., Manu ast urens Boytou, Maai., Hoa.fJM. "ID OAKDEKa At 179 Second (tree!. 1000 TONS'RAU.S. Ca.tand Wrourht Iron Dry Hone; alto recond-hana Jdachin- I..LJ k.filUI!L'l I1III1V , . .T . . ..1.1 ..auild br SAMl KI.OAHA Y auV to 413 Shelby ttrMt, ilomphil. aiiii, . 412 Miiin M BROS AND FINEST SOUTH. JtOOMS AM BOARD. BOARD Nicely furnished room, with board; alo, day-bonrderfi, at 110 Court ft reel. I!O0MS Two desirable rooms, furnished or un V furnished. NO. 4T5 M1KLHY ST. IJJOOMS Several very eligible rooms to rent in V the houMe 141 Second street, north oast eor- tier of Second and K; hnnfre street, inquire ef MRS. itM.on the premise. IUKNISHED ROOMS With or without bonrd. P 79MLKX STRKKT. JOARD Mood meal , nnd dny hoard at NO, 10 ADAMS ST. f Unfiirniflied Front Rooms, southern CJUITK 0e.MK I-omito, with board, at i'Z MaUi-on street. LA KUK, unfurnished front room, with board; private fitmily : terms reasonable; 1M5 linion. ROOMS Two desirnble rooms at No. Ill Waeh inirton street ; aUo uo of parlor. Desirable lurntiioa tront rooms at 3i Aiiirshall avenue. KOOM lMeaxunt front room, with board, for rentloMcn. nt 1 4 Second trot. FOR SALE. IJMNEST It J' phis; U.K I IUINi LOTS In Address NiUttl Mein- Ktfeet deep. K, Apeal. lKAMK C0TTA0 K Kticht rooms, I1 corner of Poplar and Manassas, itt'wi Main street. northeast Apply to 1 OOI) m srxEss- " T Apply at '.WO Second street, up-stnirs. nIT.FELO'S llendlifchtOil and Vapor Stoves, . Cheapest and het nt'-- Second street. KAM ENtHXK Fifteen-hore powor hoist inc. and suitable for mill or rin. Term low Anidvto lUSRY.TOOF A Mrt.O WAX. or Thick aaw Foundry. C1HKAI One cotton press, 1 pair cotton scnles, f 1 pair platform settle, I pair cotton trucks. Apply to WM. M. ROOTKS, 3i4 Main st. I IORSK At Rrackett's livery stable one of i i. in he llncst y ung horses ever offered for sale in this market. HALL SAFE Medium sise, W. A, Price $75. UAttK A BRO. CllllCKERINtJ J Chean for can 1'IANU Coinnarativelv new Cheap for cash. Also a Webor I pripht, and a pumher of other pianos. K. W1TZ SMAM a CO. CtOaTaOES On time or cash; lowest prices. 11. L. tilllOX. 19 Madison st. ()-STORY Frame, and lot 32 .Jefferson exten'd, J Residence 271 Poplar, near High. uriek House, with lot, JMinlap, east end Court. W. A. WIIEATLEY, 21 Main XTO. 41 ROUESON ST. Handsome Cottage at a -i oargain ana on easy terms. M INTER P4RKKH.2stt Main street. FOR RE XT. DESIRABLE ROOMS- At JM't Adams street. I " ESI PENCE A nice 2 ."torv brick residence. I V with "even rooms, at No, Hi Mulberry street. near itcHte, "yl'r. f. A. root. I OOM One nicely furnished front room, with- i i out board. ' Apply at w Mnai.non nt. TOREHOUSE-In aRMd locality, suitable for a ilrud store; no drug store near; runt reason able to a sood tenant. Annlv to T1U;XK FACTORY, 318 Main st. ELLIXtiXice, furnished dwellint; and o class ncigtinoriiooti ; churches and school ; seve ral miles in country at tat ion on railroad: fare only 10 cent. Very accessible. Owner will board with tenants. 11. L. til ION, lit Mnditon st f 00MS- Furished or unfurnished, for ren tie- 1 V men : also a suite of anartinents with fur nished kitchfti, forhousekecpinir, at 1nl.lctfersoii. OFFICE Second story of Cotton Excbanjre KuildiiiK; in good repair; fronting on Mad- tson stroet will rent cheap. Apply to JWhniliKMIn , inn ion st. I O0M Nicely furnished room V At 110 Court street SEVERAL FIXE STORES On the bestbuainoss part of Reale street. Apply to M. MAOEVNEY. 17i Carroll avenue. bront, southern exposure and other nicely fur nished rooms, at fai Monroe, near Seand st. IjL'RNTSllEU ROOMS T' UT0RK- At W Madison street. No. 40 Madison street, from September Wlv st MENKEN'S. THE WEATHER. ImlirntioiiM. For Trnnetxe and the (hio I'dfry, fair wctither ; winds inortlt from etitf to tojulh; rtiitionary itr wnrli mlnlionari) temperature; itatkmary or lower Introineler. MrlroroloKiml Report. MKMPilla. Ti:nx.. September 2S, lw:l. Tim. I liar. " Tber." Wind! Weather." :(Wa.m. :m.l:d I S I S.K. 2:(Wp.m. ZD.iw 77 8.W. U:ll.m. I 30.1M I Tl I t. Maximum teiniteraturo, 7S. Minimum temperature, t4. Idondy. I'loudy. Il'lcar. ( otton-Brll Bulletin, Memphis DtalrirL. MtMPHia, Ts., September M. 1883. t TH KJtlloHXTRR. STATIONS, (antriiL. I Maximum Minimum, a & Bros Memphis 7 M 0.00 Nashville I 7.l (' 0.IK) tlrand Junot'D S4 a -.oo - Corinth BA 61 0. Tuseiimbia S.; f8 O.CHI Decatur Kl M 0.00 Scottiboro 81 M 0 00 Hntesville ti M O.OO Hernando- KS fj 0.IU lrenada 87 ... O.KI Withe ' 1,1 S3 0.OI l'.rowiiville H7 CI O.lU Milan - SO M 0.IK) i'ari S') lit O.UD Krin HI M 0.IM C'larksville HI i O.W Sum total.. l:Ut 880 i 0.110 Average 84.9 M.7 0.00 II. II. S I'uTHAKT, Objerver. Fresli Oj Ml ers ! Freh Oj tor! I J. A. Sinnifio A Co.. 2!4 Sotoml HtreH't, wlo njwnts (or tho "K linoul. They are iirvpureil to till all ontom, tiliippin" nl t-ity, at lowest priies aul In-tUT stoeK. John IVmKIi, l udorlaker, oil Second Btreot. Cain I UNiirHiiro. J. D. Railai., aerlairy I-lanlrr I nasi r- ears 'empsijr ssd srrnernl laMnraare mr?nt, kaw fverlrled rmplete arrmsigre tienta for vlTrrtlnsr lasnnwee o roltosi (laa Md msilrnta at he Iwsiewt rate. Mnvttn to Irvinif block, Sei-onil street Brown, tho riumher. I'.vrniluii to Kl. I.ouIh. The Chesapeake, Ohio and Southwest ern railroad will sell tickets from Memphis to St. l.ouis. Mo., and return at the rate of ?S 70 for trains leaving Memphis Sunday, September M0th,at 3 : lOand 8 :'J.'i o'rlnrk a.rli. Tickets good returninir by regular trains until tH-tolier isxi. Movkd to Irving Mock, Second street itmwnc, the l luttilier. 11. Bultenbor, the Cabiuet-Xaker. Furniture repaired, upholstered and varnished. Mattresses made to order. IVvpV itsonab!o. No. 231 Second st ltiirullsi C'Mouiii4 Promotes a vigorous and heallhv crrowth of the hair, ll has been used jn thousands oi cases W here the hair was coming out, am! has never failed to arrest its decay. I so Burnett a flavoring extracts the WILLOW WORK Sinking of a Mattress Orer a Thousand Feet Long- to Protect the Bank A bore Hope field The Work He'll bone The Profess of Making and Sinking Mattresaro Explained. A representative of the Appeal yi day, accompanied Maj. A. M. Miller, L mtea states enmneer in cnarse ot in is tlistrict, on a visit to the jro-ernment works above Hopetield, to witness the sinking of the lariscst mattress yet constructed on the river. The trip was made on the steam launch IMpline and as it steamed up the river the result of work done on the levee above the elevator could be seen to advantage. The bank there, INSTEAD OF CBACKIXG, caving and sloughing off, as it has been doing until the elevator stood in the greatest dahger, Was firm and compact, and in many places young willows had sprung up thickly from the sunken mat tresses winch were covered witn a tnicK detKjsit of earth. From the mouth of i oil. a distance oi tiiree-nuaners oi mile, the bank has caved in considerably ot late and several deep pockets havejieen formed. IS outing lias yet been done on this portion as the appropriation allowed was uisuiuciuuu THE DArilNE steamed thence across the river, passed the Little Rock railroad landing, and standing In closer to shore above Hope- held, reached the point where an immense willow mattress was spread out upon the water. At first it seemed a mere mass of floating vegetation, following the curves of the bank, but upon closer inspection proved to be a double layer of willow oles woven together, dotted all over witn locks of Btone. Its length by actual measurement was 1032 feet with a uniform w idth of 145 feet. Heretofore only straight mattresses were made. At hrstaiai. Miller did not venture to make the largest over 200 feet, but finding that THKI1E WAS SOMETIMES TROUBLE in breaking joints began weaving each one a little larger than the last'until he reached the unprecedented length already men tioned. The mattress in question differed in another resiect Irom those lormerly sunk. It was not straight like the others, but-curved, as stated, so as to fit around a point of the shore. o mantua-maker could have cut out a pattern more accu rately. At either end of the mattress a mattress-boat was moored. T-hev are 15 feet long and sharplv sloping wavs ure con struct ed eight feet apart, crosswise above the decks. On these mattresses 145 feet wide can be constructed. The manner of making them is very simple. In the first place THE M ATTRESS-nO AT is set with one end against the bank, and the other standing out at right angles into the stream. By means of iron bolts the wavs are extended down from the side of the barge to the surface of the water. Across these willow lKiles about four inches in diameter are laid at intervals of eight feet, and smaller poles are wattled in and out.first alio ve and then below. When a section is finished, the barge is shoved from under, allowing it to slide down and rest upon the surface of the water. This is the mattress proper but it is not vet completed.' Kows of stout willow poles ere laid lengthwise and crosswise at intervals of eight feet, SPIKED AND TIED with wire at the points of intersection By this means the mattress is stiffened anil strengthened, and racks are formed by which the rock used in sinking is held in posit ion and kept from sliding off into the water, llie w hole process is a very interesting one. The daphne anchored at the upwr mattress-boot, which has been dismantled and is used simply for the pur pose ot holding the mattress in position This is done by means of stout ropes, one end attached at intervals of of sixteen teen feet to the mattress, the other lieing fastened to the barge. Several piles oi stone had lieen placed upon the edge of the large, and at a SIGNAL FROM THE FOREMAN a laborer stationed at each pile began pitching the rocks rapidly upon the mat which had already been weighted with about 250 square yards of stone. The mooring ropes were gradually slackened . a.t that end of the mattress sank under the weight of the stone which was being Pitched upon it, and when it tinniiv dis appeared oeneuth the surface of the water two long barges filled with stone were drawn over it, and us they floated down toward the lower end the rocks were rapidly thrown out, the mattress graduallv disappeanng, until at the end of two hours all the moorings except those which held it to the shore were loosed, and it SETTLED TO TIIK ROTTOM. The bank slopes at a sharp angle, making the depth of the water .from the outer edge of the mattress to the surface of the water about fifty or sixty feet. In some places the depth is not more than thirty-five feet, though in high water thev have been sunk sixty-five or seventy feet. the worK at the present stage is very satisfactory, but in high water the ob stacles in the way of good and rapid work ure many and sometimes almost insiir iiiouutuble. Then it is extreinelj difficult to keep the mats from drifting into shore. The object is to sink them out at some distance so as to protect tho founda tion, for when this is done, the bluff is safe, otherwise it would be undermined by the action of the water and the mats would be of no benefit. THE HIGH WATER of last year interfered to a considerable extent with the work so much so that only two mats were sunk from November to January 1st. Altogether 5200 feet of mattress has been sunk, at a cost of $13 to the foot, including the upper bank revet ment. This differs from the other work in that it is all done above water, and can not lie done except at a very low stage. Slabs are driven on the slant "of the hank about two feet apart one way and eight feet the other. Between these willow poles are laid lengthwise and HELD IN POSITION by No. 0 iron wire passed over the surface and fastened to the stakes. The whole is weighted down by stone, all of which is brought out of the Ohio river, adding con siderably to the expense of the work. With the force now at work from 300 to 125 feet of uiuttrcss is made a day. The necessity for the work and its value cannot lie overestimated, and when understood must be appreciated. The silt or sediment which form over the mats is nothing more than a new bank. The shore from Mound City to Hopelield has been caving for years and that it would have sloughed off to A STILL GREATER EXTENT in the past year is shown by its appear ance immediately above the beginning of the mattress work where a huge pocket has formed in the piust year. The distance ncross the point from" tho government works to the bend lelow the citv is about two and three-quarters miles, as Four-mile Uayou runs. Tha eonntrr in low mid full of lagoons, and the fear of a cut-off. which would leave Memphis in the lurch, seems to lie well founded, though there may be no immediate danger.' As it is, however, it is very plain that such a catastrophe can be averted nt less expense now than at any time in the future. THE ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION was SMIO.OOO, but at Maj. Millers earnest solicitation it was increased to $325,(100 by the Hiver Commission in order that he might enabled to save the elevator. Out of this appropriation the entire plant, which cost $120,000, was paid for. There ore twenty-seven Imrges, one machine lxint, two mattress ways, one grader-boat, four screen-boats, "five quarter-boats, twelve willow-cars ami six pile-drivers. There is also used by Maj. Miller a steam launch, the snagboat Meigs, and the tow boat ti raham. The barges are well made and are kept in order by the service. The machine and storeboat was visited yester day. At one end is THE ENGINE-ROOM, with every knob and shaft highlv polished. wher the willow-cars are made and gen eral repairs done, and a Dakerv turnished with two large ranges, where all the bread used by the hands is freshly baked every day. The store-room is well supplied with good wholesome stuff, and fresh vegetables of the cheaper class were also to be seen in the bins ranged along one side of the room, liations are served out according to the rules of the regular army, which calls for fifteen pounds of beans. peas, nee or hominy, ten pounds of coffee. ntteen pounds of sugar, lour quarts of vinegar, one and one-half pounds of candles, four pounds of soap, four pounds oi salt, ana tour ounces oi pepper TO THE HUNDRED KATIONS, besides mutton, fish and molasses as sub stitutes. Turnips and potatoes are also a part of the diet. The quarters of Super intendent Kees and his assistants, three in number, and two pleasant offices are also on this boat. A sitting-room, dining-room and kitchen are on a lat moored near. These quarters are plainly but very neatly fitted up. The men lodge in an odd-looting boat further down. They were found at dinner, their plates bountifully supplied with well-cooked food, which they seemed to be disposing oi with the keenest relish. Everything) was as cWh nVnli sweet as the quarter-deck oi a man-of-war, the sani tary arrangement being so perfect that not an odor could be detected in a trip from stem to stern. There are now onlv A HtNDRSD LABORERS it Work, though there is room enough for three times that many. Until recently about 200, on an averagjs; .hate- bfeW erii ployed. Thfe .wages are 1 a day, board, washuur arid niedicine furnished. They start in at 7 o'clock in the morning, have an hour for dinner, quitting work at 6 o'clock ten hours a day. On the snag boat Meigs fifteen men are now employed, me mil crew being thirty, oi an xne ma chines in nse in the work the hydraulic grader is perhaps most novel. In order to sink the mattresses properly it is neces sary that the banks should be graded smoothly, and the hydraulic grader ia a long way ahead of the shovel as a means to accomplish this end. It is A small ves sel, with an engine of sufficient power to throw a stream through an inch-and-a-balf nozzle with a pressure of 120 pounds. A hose is manipulated bv two men covered from head to foot in rubber clot hing. Thev point the nozzle at the bank, moving it about as desired, and cutting away the shore at any desired point WITH WONDERFUL SWIFTNESS and accuracy. The willow-cars spoken of are used to convey poles to tne Darges. Thev are twenty feet long and five feet wide, have four wheels and run on porta ble wooden tracks, of which two miles are now in use along the river. The cars are drawn by horse-power. -Two willow par ties are now at work in Centennial cut-off, cutting willows. One party is composed entirely of negroes, except the foreman, who. like all the balance of the employes. is a white man. The appropriation of $:o,00U already mentioned as navin been made lor the Memphis Keacli an Harbor, extending from Island 40 to Scahlan Landing, will soon le exhausted, though Maj. Miller is making every edge cut to try and do a certain amount of badly needed work with the small amount which now remains. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The river is unusually low. School Board met yesterday. v The cabbage-head syndicate is about to burst. The trial of Jesse AVagner, larceny, is set for October 11th. The largest willow mattress yet made was sunk yesterday above Hopetield. Whalen, the plumber, injured bv the gas explosion, was much better yesterday. The Kckert was reported last night to have been sunk at Centennial chute yes terday lorenoon. The forfeitures in the case of Ring- wald and Smith were set aside by Judge Oreer yesterday. The residence of Mrs. Cobb, on Adams street,, was robbed night before last of large silver pitcher and goblet. A rousing welcome will be given, to all those who come to Memphis on the Kansas City railroad excursion. A lot on Main street, near Winches ter, and one on Winchester, will be sold at noon to-day, at the courthouse, by Mr. .Black. The superintendent of thecountv con victs has written a long letter to J udge Oreer explaining the manner, in which Tom Jones sprang from a cart and escaped from a guard named Burk. Mr. Alex J. Knapp will occupy an office in the new Kansas City railroad building on Madison street. He has been empowered to contract for all freights going south over the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad. It is reported that the hay shed of Mr. K, P. Walt, near Devall's Bluff, was destroyed bv fire, together with 500 tons of prairie hay. The total loss is $3000 insurance, 500. A policy for 2500 wai canceled a few days ago. Brother Newman, of the Pine Bluff f 'ouimrrria was kind enough to say in the lust numlier of his paper that "the Mem phis Appeal is a powerful newspaper, and should be in the hands of every intelli gent family in Arkansas. The Criminal Court secured, a jury yesterday in the Albritton case, and set it for trial at t:30 o'clock this morn ing. The iury is as follows: K. L. Love lace. J. II. Pickett, S. Cooper, E. i. W Madison, A. C. Walden, C.Mundinger, R B. Spelman. W. W. Ware. K. Meriwether, Albert Thomas, Kobert Lee and Charles H. Smith. Pastor A. W. Lamar, of the Central Baptist church, will preach a sermon on "The Kesurrection to-morrow morning. This will be followed bv one on "The Fu ture Home of the Kedeemed," and one on "The Punishment of the Wicked." It is expected thut these sermons w-ill be of unusual interest, and should attract large congregations. Hattie Hocg, aged twelve .years, has disappeared from the residence of her pa rents, on Henry avenue, between isass av enue and Union. She was last seen nt Cen tral Point. Description : Light complected, light, short hair; blue eyes; wore straw purple hat. dark calico dress, no shoes. She left home at 4 o'lock Thursday. Her father is W. H. Hoeg, a worthy carpenter. Judge Hadden knitted his judicial brow over a slim docket in the Police Court yesterday morning. The list em braced a few drunks, violating health or dinances, doing business without license, failing to put down sidewalks ordered, am one $5 case of street-walking. The dis- ixisal of these in the usun. way and a lei ture on sidewalks, with those on Lauder dale street, south of Vance and Beale, constituted the court proceedings. Too much importance cannot be at tached to the meeting of the Mississippi Levee Convention to assemble at Vicks burg next Monday and composed of dele gates from all States bordering ujon the Mississippi river. His excellency, Gov. Bate, has made the following aiqKiint ments for Tennessee: Dr. J. T. Edwards, of Obion county; M. A. Lowe, of Lake county; Col. Tom W. Neal, of . Dyer county; (ten. John Conner, of I-atider-dale county; Joseph Townsend, of Tipton county; Col. Thomas H. Allen, Hon. I. M. Hill, W.B. (ialbreath, Col. P. M. Win ter and tien. Colton Greene. LAW REPORTS. Criminal ( oilrt-Ureer, Jnfljce. Calendar for September 29th : Nos. 3, 8 James Meath ; 18, 23, Frank Treadwell ; 5, Charles Lowe; 10, Jim Buchanan; 20, Henry Kouglass; 21, JimArmstead; 0, Henrv Webb; 3S, 35, George Houston; 34, Tom Kline; 42, Kobert Wilson; 48, James Qninlan. " DOLLS AND TOYS! MKXKEVN Ojen their Poll and Toy Department to-dav. BKIXU THE CHILDREN MENKEN'S. Look at our XKIV JERSEY JACKETS! JIEKKEJf'S. ADDITIONAL RIYER XEWS. Lorisvii.LE.September28. Night River risinn -lowly, with S feet inches water in the ca nal. Weather clear. New Orleans, September 28. Arrived: Oakland and banres, St. Loots : John A. Scadder, St. Louis. Departed: Henry Frank, Memphis. The Oakland returns in the morninit. St. Locis, September 28. Night Riysr fleet, ana stationary, w earner elear and very warm, i ne ifxier urournc nown ratta contain in. oaw.uv icei oi luraoer, me largest tow ever Droua-m u mi point at once, lhe Anchor-Line boats are being retired as fast as they arrive, on account oi tne low water, ana low-water boata being saostiiutsd. Advlev ! thero. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup should always b. ased when children am cutting teeth. It reliyea the little sufferer at nce; it prodncea natural, quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes as "bright as a button." It is very pleasant to tast. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allay all pain, relieve, wind, regulates the bowels, and ia the best known remdy for diarrhea, whether arising irom teetnina or other eauseja. xwenty five cents a bottle. The Trunk Factory Of S. Levy, being interrupted by the fire Sunday night, has necessarily closed for a few days. It will soon be opened in good snape, wan a tun stock ot trunks, the lat ter art of this week. IMoyne Xoruial School. Session opens Monday, October 1st. People wishing to secure student help to work mornings and evenings for board, apply at the school, 284 Orleans street, or u man to uie principal. HIS LAST ESCAPE. Probably Fatal Shooting- of Louis FiU- Patrick) a HoascBiirfler Who ' eaped Several Times. Memphis Burglar Captured la Little Bock on Information Sent by the Police Department. Chief Davis yesterday received a letter from Chief Botsford. of Little Rock. stating that life had captured Henfjr Wil liams, who robbed the house of Mr. V. 11 . Postno, of Vance street, and that he would hold him until the arrival of ah officer: Capt. O'Haver left last night to take charge of the burglar, who agreed to come without a requisition, lbe Little Hock Gazette gives the following account: On iuesdav night Chief BoteWrd re ceived a letter from Chief Davis, of Mem- iiiB, stating that a lot ot clothing had sen stolen in that city and had probably been shipped to Little Kock by a negro named Harry Williams, who had lately come over here. W'iHiams was found yes terday by Chief Botsford and Detective Adams at a barber-shop on Main street, where he was ostensibly practising the useful tonsoriul art. He stoutly denied any knowledge of the stolen goods, and the olhcers were forced to lall back upon the detective's most reliable clew the woman in the case. They soon ran her to earth in the person of Pennie Williams, with whom W illiams lived at No. 1013 Broadway. "Is that you, Mr. Poston ?" she asked when the officers presented themselves. i es, replied the chief, taking the cue at once; "I want those clothes. "Here they is," said the woman, "in dis trunk," and with a great show of alacrity she proceeded to open tho trunk. It. was empty. ell, 1 declare, she exclaimed, Harry must have moved 'em while I was gone. Better look in that closet, suggested the chief, and suiting the action to the word, he found the goodssnugly la;d awav there. The woman appeared to be very much astonished, and declared that Harry must have placed them there while she was out. With a little persuasion she was induced to tell how they came there. They had been sent over from Memphis, she said, by . Williams, not long before. illiams was questioned again at the calaboose, and on being told that the clothes were found, gave his side of the story. Some time ago he became unduly intimate with a dusky damsel named Rachel Washington, and to conceal her shame took heroverto Memphis,where she found employment in the household of Mr. David Poston, the well-known law yer, and whom she told that Williams was her husbantl. Under cover of this state ment Williams visited her there fre quently, unmindful of the vows that bound him to his lawful spouse, Pennie, who waited longfully for his footstep on the stair at her nonie in the City of Roses. Finally he awoke to a partial recognition of his duty, and, as he claims, bought the clothes from a strange negro woman, and sent them over to Pennie as a peace offer ing. A week ago he presented himself at the deserted hearthstone, and went to work in the Main street shop. The stolen goods consist of several elegant articles of ladies' attire a wine-colored wrapper, two velvet saeques; a street costume ot silk, lined with fur, two heavily-embroidered lambrequins, and a fine lace window- cur- ; r. -I. : ,f i A -.r u : last night, giving the news of the "find." and an officer will probably be sent over alter V illiams to-day. I he story he tells will scarcely go down with tne youtntul but rigid Judge Greer, who presides over the Criminal Court at Memphis. kix-bcr'er shot By s Oepatj Hhrrlrron the Enoch Enolrjt a-innutiion. Louis Fitzpatrick, colored, who has twice escaped from the jail of Crittenden county, Ark., was probably fatally shot late even ing before last near the Knsley plantation, by Deputy-Sheriff Richard Morgan, who had a warrant for his arrest and laid in ambush until he saw his man approach, driving a load of wood. Mr. Morgan met his man on the road mentioned and or dered him to surrender, but instead of do ing so Fitzpatrick drew a British bulldog pistol and was about to let daylight shine through Mr. Morgan when the latter Bent the contents of his gun into Fitzpatrick. A wagon was procured and the man was brought to this city, arriving here between 2 and 3 o'clock yesterday morning, when he was token to the county jail. Fitz patrick is a bad character generally. He is receiving medical attention and his recovery is a matter of uncertainty. The man shot down was a fugitive from justice, being wanted in Crittenden county, Ark., for burning the gin of Ex -Sheriff J. T. Bar ton of that county. He was arrested and incarcerated in the jail of Crittenden county, but managed to escape' by knock ing the guards down with a tub, and very rashly came to this side of the river and went to work on the Knsley place, ten miles below, on the river bank;, where he was spotted and captured by Detectives Pryde and McCune and returned to Crit tenden county. The jail did not prove a happv residence, however, for Fitzpatrick, and lie again escaped, with the avowal that he would never again be taken alive. The soil of Tennessee seamed to agree with the fugitive, for he again returned to this State and resumed work at the Ensley plantation. Mr. Morgan, the man who got the drop on Fitzpatrick, was for merly a deputy sheriff under Mr. Barton in Crittenden county, Ark., and he incurred the deadly hatred of ritzpatrick by affix ing the crime of burning Air. Barton's gin upon him. For this iitepatrick said he would shoot Morgan on sight, Morgan was accordingly prepared for him. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Peabodjr Hotel. ft. ALLOW AY CO PwirgtrroaS. Kates $2 50, H and H per day, according to size and location of rouin. F Y Mcdavock. Ark M Frank, Philadelphia .1 W W'auon, Ky J l.oailley Al, Ala PLUriflin.Ark R K Dipham, Ohio 1 D Clark, New Orleans J B Beainan, Teno N 11 Ijevy, Boston C C Itendall k son, S Y D H Dwyer, Ala K Peiffer Aw, Ohio W V Buffy, Ark O W Sims, Tenn J D Tucker, Chicago J Leadley, Ky K C Foster, Ala S L Butler, S Y J L Conner, Miis ) F Stone, Little Rock Mrs Klein At, Jenn M F Bristle. N Y 11 Snckett. Ala C K Jenkins, Miss J L Patterson, Ark BO'Hri.-ui. lnd P C Cotfmiin. St Louis 1 A .MHlley, 111 N W Stevenson, Chicago H 0 Tag, Chicago .Mrs it neeves. l jiiss j neeves. x S A r,.,-krill. Little Rock II U Hazard. N j C Erans, Hot Springs E A llinton, jr, m d V Hurke, JN I C A McLennon, Ark dipt D llukill. Ark (t li Johnson, St Louis J E Burnett, Ky Mis J Longlcy, Ark tl M Little, N Y Wm Johnston, Tenn (1 M Lillio, N Y -Mrs E K Taturr , Tenn Mrs Rochmont &c. Ark L Fclsenthal, Chieaffo J S Alcom, N Y F A Handle, St Louis C C Conan. N Y W W Parker. St Louis J Psrham, Ark i Riff.iy. N Y r l.othsc-mia, vnieago Miss D Lttibson, Ky J Brand, 'ashville l It Dull, ky Newman Erb, Ark H M Fumston. N Y E K Tat u in, Tenn S Grats, Pa J A Moore, M k C R It 11 Boslcr, N O I' inner. Mo J M P Parmer Aw, Miss Mrs M C Biileh Se, Ark .1 s fhclton. Ala J T Thomas. Miss S ti Leir. Miss A Gerard, city It Wilson. Miss .1 V Shields Aw, Miss W Shields, Miss C S Hurt, Miss Mrs X E Nesbit, Miss M Bcattie, Va C P Bailey, Tcnn J M Flcininx, Tenn J K Bell was. La P M Barnett, Tenn II P Miller. Tenn J Basch, Miss Miss M Shields, Miss F Shields. Miss A J Hurt As, Miss Mrs Williamson Ad, La Mrs A M Owen Ao, tia J E Blaydes, Tenn J T Williams. Tenu W 0 Kelly, Tenn C M C'arringtoii. N Y Mn A 1'owel. Miss J W Bailey Aw, Tenn Mrs J S W hiting Af, Ark S B Kirny, Ark S H Rover, Ark W Kangly, 111 B V Keeler, 111 EL Milburn, city W F Koiell, Miss T F Tobin, city Wm Soloman, NY EH Allinau, Ala II H Matlock, Ky. I'rlddjr II a war. (Formerly Commercial Hotel.) J. II. PRIDDY.. Proprietor. Rates, $1 per day. Miss L A Wright, Tenn B Bennett. Tonn II H llearn. Ark J BStrougham. Tenn W L McAlexander. Miss John T Jones, Tenn J S Mays, Tenn Walter Bowie, Tcnn Miss Ella Collins, Miss II E Cain Aw, Ark R D Nesbett, Miss Mrs E Fox, Tenn Miss E M Fox, Tunn E A Benson, t-ity Mrs K A Benson, city Miss Ida Benson, city Master Eddie Benson, city. New ClarvneMn Hotel. Rates frl, ti SO and 3 per day. Sample rooms for commercial travelers on ground floor. elevation : no delay. Taole always set. L. 1. HIST Max AGxa. A J Springer, St Louis R R (Iran?, Pudneah II Williamson, Pailucah T X McLemons, Miss L H Edwards, Nashville E J Reynolds. Tenn B C Jenkins, Ten!i Charles Brown, Miss E S Ferguson, Mirs R L Thompson. Ohio II W Jones, tla it U Kainsloril. Chicago il hverett. Philadelphia VI I, Smith. Little Kock tl llarcourt. X V T C Carson. Ark J E Mailory. Chicago ' J P Uause, Tann J II Lewis, N Y L C Thomas, Miss B J Robertson, Tex J II Rutherford. Mass J Wilkins, Minn II LChenowith, Minn K L Johnson. 'lean S S Spieer, Tenn C L Etheridgc. Pa R L Hughes. Miss D W Smith, Ala M C Wellford, Mo R C Kicholla. Minn Miss J Chenowith, Minn Miss LChenowith. Minn Mr. llI.Ch.nowikMinn J C Campbell, Mo R James, Mo H Field, Mo W N Harris, Col J C Harris, Col C H Harris, Col. 6swaiB Hotel, European Plan. Enlarged and Refurnished. Prices according to site and location of room-i. W. a. BLNUUAM Maxagix. W H Pitta, Miss S F Bond. Tenn T H Hlaekwell. -Atlanta (1 R McNeely. Tenn W A Bevens Aw, Ark i M Knott. Miss Jno Inc, S Y J M Havaken, Miss J D Boyce As. Mist Mrs L A W ilson. Miss AM Moor. Miss J E Freer, Tenn C L Jones. Ark J T Cole. Nashville E Mrtienty Aw, Miss A T Mason, Miss . H t UriOitu, Louisville S Winter, Ark L Hamilton. 'Ark G V Brrk. Ark J A Morgan. Misa W M Koger. Ark Geo J Goehing, Tann F Farrell. Misa FO Robertson, Ark R W Terry, N Y F F Scott, Tenn W 0 keUr. Xaaa . J R Shoder, Ark J K Clement, Miss F R Van Eaton, Mis J S Simmons, Miss T E Han.cs i f, Mi. -W D Alexander, Tenu G ' Louis I . .. . .- ..y UNDERTAKERS. Flaherty & Hilton, UNDERTAKERS, NOS. S17 AXD 318 SECOND ST., MEMPHIS. A Full Assortment of Metallic Caket and Cases always on hand. Alao, Robes and Trim miojrs. s4r"0rders br Telegraph will receive our prompt attention. All (looda bi pped C.O.D. H. A. THOMS, UNDERTAKER, 24 MAIX STREET, MEMPHIS. Kobe?, etc., etc. C.0.1. Orders by Telecraph promptly filled. Funeral Directors, 3SO MA I.V STREET, MEMPHIS. BURIAL ROBES and Coffin Hardware. Orders by Telegraph promptly filled, and Cafes ship- pcrt l:.o.l. - s. s. s. "Has been more destructive to human health and life thitn war, pestilence and fnmine combined." So tmid a ditin iruUhed writer many years ao, tui'l it is as true to-day as then. The hht victim of Illood liteare it drunRd with Mercury to cure the malady, and then dosed with io dides to cure hi in of the Mercurial I'oinon insr; but instead of any relief, the first breaks down his ireneral health and makes him a cripple, and the other ruins his di gestive ortrans. To those afflicted in this way Swift's Specific is the trreatest boon on earth, and is worth more than its weight in sold. Itantidoteg this Mercurial Poison, tones up the system and brings the sufferer back to heulth and happiness. Every per son who Las ever been salivated should by all means take a thorough course of this remedy. Jepfbrsonvillk, Twiggs Co. Ga. Fire years ago I found on my plantation a colored man who was badly diseased. lie stated that five years before ne had con tracted a violent ca.se of lilood Poison, and . had been treated by many physicians, all failing to cure him. I treated him with Swift's Specific, and in a short time he was sound and rell, and has not had a symp tom of the disease since. 1. M. HUGHES. One gentleman who had been confined to his bed six weeks with Mercurial Rheuma tism has been cured entirety, and speaks in the highest praise of S. S. S. CilltKS fc BERRY, Chattanooga, Tenn. ftlOOO REWARD Will be paid to any Chemist who will find on analysis of 100 bottles S. S. S., one par ticle of Mercury, Iodide Potassium, or any mineral substance. m . THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. .wWrite for the Little Book, which ill be mailed free. Price Small site, $1 per bottle. Large site (holding double quantity), 91 75 pr bottle. All (.rnrtTiptj e11 it. HOTS REMEDY. Bladder, Urinary, and Liver Diseases, Dropsy, Gravel, and Diabetes, are cured by HUNT'S REMEDY rilE BEST KIDNEY AND LITER MEDICINE. HUfiTS REMEDY cures Bright' Disease, Retention or Non-Retention ol Urine, Pains in the Back, Loins, or F " HUNT S REGIES cures Intemperance, Nervonx Diseases, Got Debility, Female 'Weakness, and Excesses. HUNTS REMEDY cures Biliousness, Headache, Jaundice, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation, and Piles. HUNTS REMEDY ACTS AT ONCE on the Kldneyn, liver, and Bowels, restoring them to a healthy action, and CURES when all other medicines fail. Hundreds hare been saved who have been given up to die by friends and physicians. Bend for pamphlet to HUNTS REMEDY CO Providence!, B. I. Trial sixe, 76 centa. Large slxe cheapest. Eni.11 BV AT.T. PHHOBI9T8. MISCELLANEOUS. i nMoBMQN Elder's H Tt-s nail I latere IJIJ11',Tt S Th UnBt Pnverfut INUI D DRR2JT Fnr Produced. Ptraanentlif Restores tanas U'ssksBsi b Early I n di scrstion a. Imparts Youthful IIgor. Restores Litshty, Strrog:heus and Invigorates tbs Erain Nerves. A positivi cure for Imnatsncg Kervnus Bebilitg. PSCllPT, S,PS and SUREt ti.ua per bm. six ter ts.no. Hailed to any eddreia sa receipt cf Pries. Send far frcular. SolsP.gsot far United Slates. F. B. CROUCH, SB? Brand St.. l!av York. W. X. UILKERS0N & CO., Sole Agent. I038 and Gain. CHAITERI. "I was taken sick a year ago with bilious fever." "Mv doctor pronounced me cured, but pot sick aimin, with terrible pains in my back and sides, ami i got so nau 1 Could not move ! I nbrunk From 228 pounds to 120! I bad been doctoring for my liver, but it did nie no (rood. 1 did not expert to live more man three months. I becan to use Hop Bitters. Directly-my apetite returned, my pains left me", my'entire system seemed renewed as if bv m'apic, and after using several bot tles 1 am not onlv as souna as a severeiim, but weigh more than 1 did before. To Hop Bitters 1 owe my life. Dublin, June 0, '81. b. fitzpatrick. CHAPTER H. "Maiden. Mass., Keb. 1, ISM), flentlemen I suffered with attacks of sick headache. Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in the most terrible and excruciating manner. So medicine or doctor could give me re lief or cure until I used Hop Bitters. "The first bottle t Xearlv cured me." The second made me as well and strong as when a child. "And I have been so to this day." "My husband was an invalid lor twenty years with a serious "Kidney, liver and urinary complaint, "Pronounced by Boston's best physi ciana "Infnr.NIe'" "reven bottles of your Bitters cured him 1 and I know ot tne "UvMiof eieht persons "In my neighborhood that have been mvv! hv vonr Bitters. "And' many more are using them with great beneht. "They almost . "Dominu les " Wri. E. D. Shirk. How to Uet Sice Expose yourself day and night ; eat Uio much without exercise; work t hard without rest : doctor all the time : take all the vile nostrums advertised, and then von will want to know how to get trW, which is answered in three words Take Hop Hitters! limm 117 !!fi&fi fW ISEemplxis, Wr -STTfiAT) EN A B KW O. K. WITT. j. A, BAILEY & CO. PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, ASD D CALEBS tT PUMPS, rirES, HOSE, ETC. 295 Second Street Mom hia. - -::t .1.-. f- - Vx i . kc a ,-. 401 Will Open Oar J. A. BAILEY. W A. Grage & Co COTTON No. 300 Front Street, WM. W. CABSOX. CARSON & PAINE, Grocers & Commission Merchants 365 MAIN STREET. MEMPHIS, TENN. I. W. CALDWELL h 00. Erocers Cotton Factors 324 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS J. C. NEELT. 8. II. BROOKN. Brooks, IMeelv &; Co. WHOLES AXE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS AXI OMMISSIOX MEKC IIAXTS, iS07 Front street, ; ; ; Memphis, Tcnn. C. R. RYAN & CO. Wholesale Grocers! 340-342 Main Street, . R. L COCHRAN L CO. i wire o HAW AXD PLAXIXGOIII.L, HAVY-YABD. DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, MOLD ING, LUMBER Lath and Shingles, Flooring, Ceiling and Cedar l'osts. - W. T. HOWlMtE. WORE, COTTON Wo. 28G Front street DAVID PARK HADDEN Hadden AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, STo. 270 front Street, SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO WEItlHINfi AS WKl.b AS KALCi or uurni.i. inv nuun own Warehouse. All Cotton insured unless otherwise instructed. Ample facilities for advances on Cotton-, ifiiii-k .nles ami prompt return, j. onr innftO; 1865. W.I.IIKOU'X,ri(tNlurK,PiU X. M. JOXES, MempnlH, Tenn. BROWN & JONES, 2S2 3IAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN., WIiolcMale and Retail Dealer In PITTSBURG AND SHOTWELL CtAU MEMPHIS, TENN., TERRENE, MISS., HELENA, ARK., ARKANSAS CITY., ARK., NEW ORLEANS, LA. 3T.B Our Memphis Department Fills City and Conn try Orders for Pi ( twlmrg. Kentucky. Crniiiol and Antlimette Cowl wild CasCohe. 1883 Fall Trade 1883 BOOTS & SHDESat WHOLESALE WE ARE XOW READY FOR THE TRADE. mil, Standish & Co. Xo. S3 TTYIOX STREET.. Chickasaw MEMPHIS. JOIIX F- RAXDI.E A GEXKR1L FOITXOKR3 anil MACHINISTS SfamsifnrlBire-raaatd Dnlrn 1st Esurxsm Sre-fwral. I'mraa asssl Plsssasisi MawsslsHirx Mawclsastsxa. W. estrrr Ufs Slwk sr KsisrlsMSB sua4 Itollcr. tst mm Immm msrmmm for ipsrlsl M MaMllMS. mm Wilier WOaMTEM, MAXrFACTrRERS OF COTTON AND YOOLEH Seamless Hosiery! MONROE ST., MEMPHIS. Retail Department Saturday, Sept. 13. t bos who study Durability, Rcaoany and t'.nafwrt, should peYtalnlv examine ntlf manrtfatnres. FACTORS, : : Memphis, Tcnn. GEO. X. PAIXE. II. M. KEF.LT. TENNESSEE. S. P. UOVDRE, BROS, i CO FACTORS, T""? Memphis, Tenn. JOHN M. FAKRINGTON. Farrington, - Memphis, Tennessee. 1333 .MEMPHIS. TEXX. Iron Works TENNESSEE. t PROPRIETORS. asssl Boll. Mew stsMl sjae.aisl st.aisl Arasil- 1st Us. SmUwcsI. Sssstum Vtrcsxlar.-M -vV -Z. i cz UUIIIIAY & IUDGELY, TAILORS, Mreet, lavlt laspstvUoa of their rivals Full tMcli or I POUTED CLOTHS, CAMIXEatEfl AMa anus expressly far thesa ky tn. 0ae.t Kb (11 a si asrsl Frenurfc Mstaanictarerw. A NEW Us Just Received. Call and Nee Them. ORGILL BROTHERS & CO AROUSE- CURE- STOP -- TRADE MARK. AW:ci3TIREO,. THE tilt EAT I.I V Kit REMEDY. Eat and drink what yon please, for it will not salirnt. yon. Only a half teafo..nful st a doss. Price. 7V. Sold by all Hetail Kruxui.is and Medicine Healers. W. X. WILKEltSOX V CO., WholeMttle A com. Meiupliin. Tenn. ASK YOUR Coleman n n Ok r n T CTD it riRi mis thi: imr.ATii. Ainu mukntiom ad tlmm tub T.inss. IT HAS NO EQUAL. Ths Trnilc Nu:.ll-1 by Lending W bolral. Irallm Urcwara stacl 'emrti.sww of We-rwplil.. , A. B. TREADWELL. A.B.TIHELL&CO Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers. XO. 11 FXIOX STREET, MEMPHIS. TEXX OFFKR FOR SALE 10,0110 Hurdles Ties, l,Sil I'arkarra l.arj, 1, al Hnrn CollVe, 2. V Barrels Flour, 100.000 Cirars, 6,000 Rolls Barring, Barrels .Vess Pork. l.Oiin Boxes Soap, 1,0110 Barrels Surar, DUBrls. uookinr nil. Toretherwith a foil lin. of !. Xil-. HiMHlrn.sr.. rlr r offer - 'T!!mS Olebrale4 T.twrro. al.o "UM korlk Ntate" Nntoklnx l.barw, AT " PRICKS. Our facilities for liaudlinsr s'ollois irw nnsurpawed. ConsisnuisnU of Cotton solicited, and liberal advanoca made on same. DILL.ARD & COFFIN COTTON FACTORS And General Commission Merchants, X.S(3 AXD SOI FROXT ST.. MEMPHIS. TEXX. ESTABLISHED IN 1864.1 Jobbers of CIGAUS.TOBACCO & SMOKERS' ARTICLES I 330 Front Street, Corner Vnlon. Meninhlm Tenn. M. Uavlsl. Jobn , Nnllixaa, Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Inetors And Commission Merchants, 232 and 234 Front St., Memphis, Tens. BETWEEN ADAM AXD JErrERNON. Mr. L. N. KAIXKY dexotrs his whol. time tn the Weirhlnr and Pal. of allCotton intrusted to ea eharre. Colton Warehouse, tfcS U ahinrton street. . W. It. Mailory. HIKE WHOLESALE (JROCERS, COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ICo. 254 Front street, : SCEERLISTOElS&Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants LIQUORS, CIGARS AND TOBACCOS, t Street, Neeond Door South of Court. Memphis, 268 Front ALL COTTOX IXSI'REI. FEERS'S C0TTQ1-BH! UTos. 75-77-70-81-83-85 Vnnce street. N. W. SPEERS, Jr., PROPRIETOR. The LARGEST and ONLY The best Sample and Yield Guaranteed. M. H. COO MAXIEACTIRERS OP Doors, Sash,Blinds and Moldings ALL KJNDS OF DOOR Bracket, Scroll-Work, Rongh and 161 to 179 Washington - Pop tar Street Cn rsrry yfq to tht Estes, Boan & Co. Yholesale Grocers No. 13 Union street, Memphis, Tenn. Rootes & Bush, SOI MAIX STREET MEMPHIS, TEXX., WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DBALEM IV Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Hantels, Grates Tia war., C'.psx-r mmm Mkit.i-lrasi Wars, Ls .rail klsrsla. Wvssl mm Wlllow Wsre, C-sitlry, Bwlldrrw' H.ra.sre, Bwslsisr. isiSb. mm J.s Work rrMslI' Atsvsstlwsl . AUEXTS FOR THE CELEBRATED TAX'S COOKIXU RAJS HE. V LINE OF Your Torpid Liver. Your Yellow Jaundice. Your Chills and Fever. WITH DEALER PORS SMS vUj lizavli GITM. P. H. TUEADWELL. LOW TO T11K TRADE: 200,000 Pounds Bacon. M Barrel Vinerar, 2.rJU Kers Nails, 5,(Nl Barrels Suit, 50 Barrels Hi, 80,000 Pounds Bulk dm Barrels Molasses, loo llos-'hcails Susar. !l Paekares Tohaeef. MI0 Cases Mink's Tobacco.' Tho.. Clark. M. a. risirk. 'rt ford FACTORS : Memphis, Tennessee. Tenn. SACKS FI'RXISIIED. COMPLETE GIN in the city. VER & Co AND WINDOW FRAMES, Drw4 Lumber, Shlnp It, Lath, El, St., Memphis, Tenn. MHTlithoqw, Oim Stiwrti from tnm Mlll. and Cotton Factors, W. J. CRAWFORD & CD,