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THE MEMPHIS DAILY A. P BEAX," SUNDAY, JANUABY IP. 1875,
cAry.cne month, nr man
-t-t r, sir month,, br m"ii
i y.onc year. by malLZ:
One copy, one month, in nt
- 1 10
O o opy, one year,
U 1.U3 J -J.C
' rton is!ie 50 cenu per Uno tint In-
2rr? & week, and
l? n" Per ne first lnser
nserUott: ceau Pr le each subsequent
"aid oS!iBMirrt,le notices. Funeral notice
riii criarged at regular rau.
iwSSiliccePt By advertUemeau to fol-
irv rt"0 X6 advertisement, station-
"j!??? cole free of chance.
uothvi50,t kept bypostonee, and
to S2S? Papers changed from one portoOce
01 namlTof both pc-tofflce.
J?"cU Jetton and eommnntcauon npox
wecu of E.aeral Interest, bnt neh most
be WTmpaaled by a responsible
wuj not return releeud communications.
U letters, comruunlcstloos. or anythlngeije
lor the aVpiu ihould notbedressed to
my Individual connected trtth tie offlce,
. tpprtL. aeninril". nn.
jT CUP II IB TBKATEg.
T. VP. DAVEY-
IXiR KiX NIGHTS SATURDAY MATINEE
I cmmenclBS Xr Kvcnlnc, Jan. Jllh.
B,pponedbyM&rmr.wor-a Great BUr
K WEEK OF LEGITIMATE DUAMA.
1 -esday Evening. January gUZABBrrl.
'A edceMlay fKTfANDAL.
urday,IP-- GRAND MATINEE.
1 jti lo be had at the i-eaooay koii
" TO BE aiVTK BT
THE LECLTDE CLUB,
AT ASSEMBLY HALL,
YVfdundxr ET",n J"nnr 13. 1875.
AJjt.jtlon-Ono Dollar. Ladle Free
nrr)perieron not admitted.
"Ti"AVOrt AND UKUANtt Tnned, repaired
J njnKina workmen, and warranted.
. rc, or.tera ror city or country at
f T iiA HKlftiX.riark'a Marble Block.
-AL OR EXCHANGE.
s p-r m'E DenlraiIe resiaence, tdtuated
rear female IVJl-ge ana convenient Jo
l . lumm. Tenn. This propeity 1h In
," , i,i condition. Will e l cheap, or ex
- rvr.aads In this county, or In Monroe
an v.Arkansaa. Address
TjfX'ilS AND BOARD Pleasant furnished
W ; II) Or WlinOufcUUtirUa HbW auuiuo bu.
r' VKD A nice front ft.mUhed room for
1 f uUemsn ana wiie, ana n lew ay uu.ru-
-3 jc aecommoaaieo at in mnrt nuwu
l.il iiL, eleanl rooms, with board, at rea-
ton ue rales, at jw ij nion;
iX'MH AND BOARD Desirable front room
w lb board, at
B5 UNION 8T.
liuoM AND liOARD One unfurnished
l m In private family. 101 ADAMS ht.
iMS u EE HO 'Mr., cor. Main and lie ale.
F fty newly furnished rooms, single or
ji . 'j, lor renuemca omy; unu. ti
tr :.'li.iw ana o cenui peruav. uuuu uu
I. itfW-um nr week.ln thehnlldlne. "18
nMMHUlAL HOTtX.-Comer Front and
l Jefferton Mroeia.
ai JO-.l.ANDREWB, 21 Front kU
0lM!i-T-oe)euutroomfornn offlce, at
g Mm""U 1O"U,reD"ltj.J.R0S9,
t.jtuknte Two storv brick resldem
it So lUBccond street, between Exchanco
a.- Market, Inquire on premises. Jan
. .s I)ENCj-No. 65 Avery street;
i r- ; gooa stame. Appiy u
aT t HAlluQi MORUIa, JrM319Maln St.
INESH HOUHE-Oood buslnem bouse,
No. 13 Main street, between waninngion
A r.MSTR"NG PUCE, near race track; .7
V acres of ground; goou awoiiiug buu oui
L'ascs" large BiaDies ana tat
Ft en lid place lor gardener or
Alinuv HTRKrT BOARDING H018E-
Ihat elegant houe No. 65 Madison street
s; t re tor lease.
Apply to No. 15 Madison
ROOM- wo spaolous rooms centrally lo
rated and admirably adapted for the use
c ' Ko .ttles. Will le. on long lease and nt ex-
trcmeij low rates.
1 TREZEVANT 4 CO.,
Crc 30 No. 19 Madison at.
n k IIIK Cl-So. SI) Jencwn street ex'
tv nded, with garden, for KS per month,
1UI Kliiurili tui aaj lv auisufr
J. P. MEIJX, 15 Union street.
a r vt-
f 'j U MJlv-teven rooms, 3M Georgia fctreet
V n-t-are wesi iiemsnuo sireei carF, cueap.
LluK c. it. L.YJr,a4iaiain street
II oL K Uontalningsixroomsand kitchen;
l 1 tve'vinine convenient: gooa iochii
Apply at 2l2TenneM-e street.
rjiNuI st, au-horse power engine and boiler.
i'i Apply at 11 juiti ii BE.wriJ ai.
iad:son htreet officeh-two new
cround-noor front omces at no. ta Maui
win i-rt-et, suitable lor pnysicians, lawyers,
la. i t or lor a iruii siore. Appiy at
2 N . MADIHON RT.
Ci MAN A ho ha a general know!
of book-i eepJ nc Apply at 173 Main
Joseph coll t co.
PM.iJSER With eomemoney.ln lllnerva
Ngf iy Works. No. to Washington street
ai. o. h icruii oaiiure jams
n LENT - mall cottage, three or four
J. rxnif.corivenltntto this offlce. Address
.a J. S M . 381 Main st.
1Y B IMiDE 8-At 107 Jefferson street.
l 1 erenres given and required. JalO
G NTS Persons destrlnc loeDcaire In Ui
.a.c . f !, etc & Humasou "strap and
Ho der a simple and mt ruelul con
fiatic i,,r hltchlmr horse-, mules, etc In
w t. Jia' ttaome nd quick proflta are real-
jz- i f n smou invenmeuia, wouia ao weuio
esii on ium scent, Mr. Fort, at me wnite
ia 'o limn within the next two or three
GV- N-R Married manasgardenerjand
' to f fed Moek. For iwrUCDlars address T L,
F M-. k i I o.. Diefcsou station. M.A CR.it. Ala.
- LY-15 0 to S1C0I for lx months or one
Ul r.-tr. on nr ,-claNS centrally located un
: t arnut ed city residence. Will pay reaona
l.s u rest, (r give an Interest In the bcxt
,y n, ; Dd feafest Investment In the State.
it W O . care Appeal offlce.
w Mil NER Wl'h small capital, In the hotel
X i. ne Hotel already established and
wi pair n ted. Address 11., this office.
fiJiTvH X more bale cotton to store, in
V if ,M'ESSi!iS.
tiiNTK"" LENT A man of extxrleuce
... detaining or cattle and elieep, and the
t , vat ion ! small grain, gramma and cotton,
. . - v cuarg - oi a farm ui 1 ju acres. Mun
tr .--ott ; uin.Iy uieferred.
ED. t:. HART. IT Maalwon at,
w-' fiUN Anaanof enemy and basinet
. ':. .si s.laauon as a anarer of a large
I ;t. uoa t lareetiaiice Uoiiurl totho-e
v- - - g'" secure the services of a guod man
a; iddre 1'LANIEK,
cu W A. W beatify. Rental and Real Ee. gl
Lurse. ebafBbTmaU!a main
i cniftlr. Mnele or In famll! tnr rltv nr
iurnwueu uy thos. MaTARTx ,
2' 1 No 30 Jefferson street.
" .N LAND-Aboat ft acres No. 1 Corn
J onder good fence. Most be near the
n railroad o. river. Root will be paid
vai.ee. P. M. PATTER-ON A CO.,
I i alM.Ai.R.R. Depot,
PHIS WAiEK BONDS The under
i' r iifliw to purchase Tweuty 1 hou
. ar of MemthlH Water Bond... and
v, , l ieaed to r.ct-ive communlcilODii
tr- m a idtis, stating price at which they win
K H.M.J, Appeal otnee.
CjIathn As housekeeper, companion
0 ' r govenwaa. by a widow, a good home be
, Use cbtel remuneration required. Ad
1 -i MRS. L. RILEY,
67 Market street.
"iman-HwedeorGern an woman, lo do
cenmai nooiewors. tsi HIIELUY ST.
DATh"AiOK3 At 803 second street,
ear Monroe. Reference required.
5IJ ANTED. VOUH ATTENTION TO THE
VY MKMPKIH AWNING MANUFACTO
RY. "1 Waanington st. Awnings of all styles
rr.a lo lo order. Cabinet work and Furniture
n-xJe ana repaired, re-upholstered, varnished,
s. 1 racked for shlpmeut, CarpeU taken up.
- f J an re laid. All work oalled for and de
: "wc rtiar- H KITTEXBERG.
vi'ARF bOAT-Nearty new; length. 30
W r.tt, width, to feet; hold 7 ftet; storage
t-racry. 15JJ09 tack eorn. Will sell cheap
sJoa easy terms. MURRAY PHILLIPS.
New Madrid. Mo
or F. LEWIS WARNEK.
2k Front street, Memphbt
I VL Pittbnrg,
St. Bernard and Casnel
V t !
and Gas lke
P. U. BIGLEY, SO Main eL
t L. CALF A pore Kentucky breed
3 Aiilemey Bull Calf. None better. In
. re st Factor warehouse. South Main U
-it. : A. a WUITFORD.
LH RNITt KE A
large lot of rumf.ur, .
Cfeie case. uu s
,Ui aUect,Kr. TuilMC-
AiarK fioartor mui,
jiu. t ui iiiBcUoa. Adatecn
A. J. AOAMrt, La Orange, Tenn
K -Orders left with W. H. O rider 4 Co ,
Vi t ront rw, or at ) ra ira uvenon
tiie bintr.Bouth Memphis, will receive
. ta .euUon. u. u. r. fJPEK.
rn flftA BBL8. No.l PITTSBURG COAL,
QJ UUU aalowaa the lowest. Alo,Pey-tona-f
innel and St. Bernard coals, cheap as
-ai.y oUii r man." Alx, AOOD "In every
Also. - Rockaway and
.?e7. wacor Also, several nne males, larce
ond in fine order.
aaJ m PACSEB & CO., 1SI eeond rt.
rpHREE 'JAT LOADS NO
I cooi, at
H. H. PACKER ft CO-
1M Second street.
7y jyXt APPEAL OFFICE
- ukESS Aa A No. 1 ielter-ptwuL
JTEIt "ifgamed, with two arawc-V.
,"!d cheap, ap"" y
NUlNfc i AHLEY. BARTON A CO..
r4 of aLAB1 ko. 210 Front stree
- l , t xttw i-r.iv i,urau, uu u
519 - -gun, one ot the beat I
f?ARM-t:aeap for csn. fterefc App,y 1
H 'annslnbbelbycoun. Mjullfioa Bt. ,
nri it anil cnrl
four ornve j"" ni-
K cie new top boggy,,
'No. m Second trteU
iSDENtST or Lander-
.d gtrest, tilrf door m perfect
' r Wi "
. . a iiciiii KniunlBv Inst one fotrel mare,
iVl ii himk bM. barefooted, wlnccallk on
hiiui iwra. liberal it ward f r her return to
G a works. Jans
H. M I LLKR. J Drtice of the Peace, lo No
l Mtin street- opp. New Oonrthontc.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
RBSIDEnCK-117 Court street; Dr. H : m
II iKbee'slat residence. Apply, to LLKf
PINLOV.C Main arret. U-iver Block.
PROPERTY- r tW-claa. Improved residence
property; eight thousand dollar! ; 0110
oario In money, on lime: balance In other
I !R. A. C. EWELL. offlce 20 Msln street
tuu removed hU rr denee to corner 01 ur
lean street and Mam a'l avenne.
BRAID-On Thursd y, Nonary ".
berry street, between Uoden
or on jSeale. betweea Main and J1"?
street, one hair brali. The nnder will be re
warded by leaving a-ae a:
STRAY JfcD OR STOLEN.
I ko -My llver-cotored pointer dog, " Kru
1 no." Whoever ha him will do well to re
turn him. A. J. H A Ritl. Madison st
HOUSE-December 2sth,irom near Shelby
T.nmMr. a mnel horu about
liS-handi. high, a .snail white spot In fore
head and stripe down the nrje; both hind
iee( white; t-audle marka and (rcsfi harness
markk: about is yeam oui: buuu iu r.-uuu
The finder will be liberally rewarded by
ieavlnc him at VanuroKllna Ktarjle, m
Memphis, oral John Hallum'a near Hhelby
l.MMANDEL Uhurch Beolc streeL
Worshipping at Zlon Hall. Services by Rev.
Dr. White, at 3 3) p.m.
Central Baptist Church. Servi
ce at II a.m. and at":l5p.m. by the pastor,
Dr. Landrum. c)bbalb-cuool at 9.30 a.m.
First Combkbland Presbyterian
CHCncu Cbun it-eel Se:vlce at 11 a.m. and
7U5 p.m., by tb.epa.stcr. Rev. U.T.btalnback
LiNDEy Street Christian Churcb
MundaT-RCbxi RtBa.m. Coti.munlon service
a: Iao a.m. Preaehine by Da- Id Walk at
11:15 H,m. and " p.m.
Grace (Episcopal) Cuurcft Her
ntmdo ttTtei Rev. J. Carmlcna I. rector, ber
vice at 11 aan. and 7 pan. Beats free.
Church of the Good Shepherd
(KriSCirAX.). OOTt brA and" Mill tlrcctt,
CheUra. There will be service at tnls chnrch
at 11 n.m. and 7pm Heat fnss. Rev. T. C.
St. Lazarus (Episcopal) Church.
Divine bervlces at 11 am. and 7:0 p.m.
Calvary (Episcopal) Church.
rt-rv n-n at 11 oah. ana 70 p.m., the rector
Central Methodist Episcopal
t'HCacu. Union street Service by Rev.
James A. Heard at U ajn. and 7 p.m.,
First Baptist Church Preaching.
by the pastor, Rev. Ueo. A. Lotion at 11 a. in.
3U(17;l5p.ra. aatibaUi-school at 9:15 a.m.
Third Presbyterian Chukcr.
nv. E. M. IUctmrdJOD, pastor. I'reachlng at
II a.m. aua 7 p.m. seau iree.
First Methodist Church. Divine
s rvlre a II a m. and 7 p.m. rjabbath school
at 9: ajn. ri. R. teurratt, pastor.
Kt. John M. E. Church. Rev. J. L,
Chandler, pastor. Divine services at 11 ajn,
and 7 p. n. Biinday-school at 3 p.m.
Swedish Lutheran Congregation
U adran JJtocfc-Sennou by Rev. II. Sleek
Second Cumberland Presbyte
man CiiUECTl Vance itrret Preaching at 11
A.in. and 7:15 p.m.
All Advertising Bills after this
date, for amounts less than Five
Dollars, must be paid for before
insertion. This rule will be
strictly adhered to.
Tbeechool board meets to-morrow
night for the purpose of installing the
tnembers-eloct of tue lncomiuc Doara
and the transaction of general business.
The fire-ennines were called out at
half nast two o'clock this moruinir, by
a bright light in the southern portion of
the city. Tiie nature oi me uiassier
could not be learned.
A sDeclal from Mason's Depot in
forms us that F. T. Clement, constable,
while iu the performance of his du'y,
bed; good water; I tvas si grojslvand fo persistently inter
.fflSontst, toel wTlh by one John M'Kenzie that
ne was compelled u ure ul iiilu, wiwuu
had the desired effrct. M'Kenzle fled,
and Clement atteuded to his business.
Billy Lleben, the enterprising news
man, at liJUj uain street, nas receivea
Frank Leslie's. Harper's Weekly, God-
ey'a Ladies' Boob, and all the popular
weeklies, magazines anu uauy papers.
He keeps a full supply of the latest and
best at a'l times.
A meefinirof the committees of the
chamber of commerce uud citizens' tax
payers' protective csiociation will be
liehl on 'change on Madison htreet, cor
utr of Front, at twelve o'clock noon to
morrow to take into consideration cer
tain amendments to the city charter.
Mrs Mansford's Catholic book-store,
on the corner or Monroe anu beconu,
has jutt received a full line of school-
s I- nlbr?flrincD HI Metro f Ckil XT'AAYrlina
t"JBD AAAnAiAJ(.(7 IliUJtlWlU n VVtLW
miscellaneous literature, journals of ait,
fashion and science. The leading daily
newepipers of the different cities of the
Uulon can always bo found for sale at
Sam Robinson, the brutal negro
arretted on Friday for attempting to
commit a rape on a little colored girl,
about eight years of age, was before the
recorder yesterday for examination.
The girl fully identiaed him as the in
dividual who attempted the outrage on
her person, and Kouiuson was commit
ted to jail to await trial in the criminal
court in defaultof ten thousand dollars
At the reeular meeting of the Irish
literary association, held at their hall,
37 Poplar street, on Thursday evenine,
he seventh instant, the following tin
cers were elected for the ensuing term:
Paul Kingston, president; James J?Jali-
erty, vice-president; Maurice i?rleberg,
recordnig secretary; John A. Reynolds,
financial secretary: Thomas Fisher,
treasurer: Thomas F. O'Callaghan. li
brarian; il. Creumer, censor.
A colored youth named Louis Lacey,
who stole a shotgun from an old negro
of the name of Charlie Burroughs, who
livts on the old factory lot, was arrested
yesterday. An iifficer brought the thief
before Justice aimer lor examination.
... ... . . a !
While the trial was going on, and the
attention of "the court" distracted for a
moment. Lacev foldeil hia tent like an
Araband qulbtly stole awy. An oilk'er
was lustautly ciipaiouou alter tne iugi-
tive, but lie could not oe iouhu. ioe
learned judge would just like to get his
nuds on that invisiDie uaraey.
Yesterday was usparalled In point
of coldunw, and the oldest inhabitanis
say there lias not been anything to
compare with It wnce the Iirst ol Jan
uiry, lbfji. Before eunrlse the ther
mometer went down, down, down, un
til me meicury marked two degrees oe-
iow zero After uaviiRht it modined
somewhat, aud during the day was fair
to miadllng, but as darkness oegan to
setiu iu tue evening Jnck Frost agayi
ated his way, traced fantastic fig
ure and flowers on store windows, aud
really froze the "nren" and "totes" of
a.l whoee busiDees called them to be
abroad on the Btreet.
The judges, Jurors, attorneys, and
all wiio had business iu the courthouse,
complained bitterly ol the extreme cold.
eaicially iu the circuit courts on the
upper floors. This was greatly occa
stoned by the bursting, through frost, of
the principal steam-pipe. Many were
inclined to blame the steam-flttere, but
iu a nmu i iair-p!ay Jt must be said
that Mr. P. J. Mallon Vum Iwm pnuatred
for the jiast week with n corps of active
mechanics, night andfday, fitting up
cons oi Bteam-pipea in every ofllce, room
and court in the build iW Tt takes time
to lit and connect ieven thousand feet of
sieam-pipe, but Mallon seems deter
mined to complete the work early next
A young man, formerly employed in
the cuisine department of one of our
principal hotels, named M. J. Burke,
wandered from the paths of rectitude
and virtue Into a house of bad repute on
Front street near Shelby on Friday
night. On awaking ahd coming to his
eeu&es yeaterday morning he discovered
that he was mtnu hundred-dollar
bill, which he tays h had the night
previously. He charred one of the
,' ma1' Inmates of the n'lace with being
iwiwrae'iiRyrm-.arrn a war.
-at was issued for her -Arrea: last even
lug by Justice Spelrnan.
The following is the mortuary re
port for the week ending yesterday af
ternoon, six o'clock:
yAMr" iAOXi 8 EX. (COI.'R I CATJ8K.
T w ,
CrX "oer"un 21 imale
I. L. Spalding.
S. E. Norton
K. D. Burr
i9 tmale whlteloneum'a
3a (male-;wklte debility
Smo male- whlte lnflbw'is
, 5 tfnnale whl!croap
Jino, female whttebronc't'H
3 fema t white men'ge's
i female! white pneum 'a
13 female white debilltv
W . Anderson .
12 imale-'colo'd cousump
5 d'j male-lcolo'd spasms
7 mslo-icolo'd conj rev
W, femaU colo'd teething
Total for wet-k, 14; whites 9, colored
o; malea 7. females 7; adults 4, mi
nors 10; under one year of age, 4; under
five years, 7; from the hospital, 2.
RICHARD H. TAYLOR, M. D..
secretary uoara of Health.
At a meeting of the board of mayor
and aldermen of the town of Collier-
vi r ' u eId oa lUc 8lxth ot January,
1675, the following resolution was passed
unanimously, and the register Instructed
to transmit a copy of the eame to the
sheriff of Shelby county: "Wiiekeab.
PiOTtef "Bade in section 339 of the
code ol Tennessee for the election of one
justice of the peace In each incorporated
town in this State, by the qualified
voters therein; and, when, such elec
tion has never been held in the town of
Colliervllle. it being an incortiorated
town; be it, therefore, Jlcsolved, That
the theriiT of Shelby county is horety
tr. i.iia nil nrnr.er and less!
steps to hold an electiou in the town of
Colliervllle atan early usy, ior "
tion of one justice of the peace by the
qualified voters of said town."
Printed In life-like coKra. we have
een the last few dajs a very large
and handle poster with Tracey's
name, on It, Hearing the proclamation
and edict of King Carnival for Mard .
Oras. 1S75. Tracey is on the etaffof his
Hupremely happy majesty, and In the
gorgeously Illuminated engraving which
head j the great poster, appears on a life
size mule u natural as life nose and a lit
with the records in four volumes at the
feetofbU prancing anlmule. Thiaposter,
as we have said, and as we repeat, Is a
grand affair, quite worthy the King, his
court and all the gallant knights and
baauteous ladies that do now or may
hereafter follow iu his traiH. There is a
good deal of yaller In it, a little green,
ind very much red. It is loud. Just like
the King. It is calculated to draw, and
A'ill liko a nlaster. It is issued for for
eign circulation msinly.and It a expected
ni bung an immense accession oi peo
pie to Memphis. So It will. Wo would
like to copy it, especially the picture
with Tracey and the King but that part
of it Tracey and the King Is not suita
ble to our columns. We object to it
chiefly on account of tho noses. These
is not ureek enougn lor w. we iu;e
those sort of things a little more rc-
trouee which is French, "de ye mind
uow." Read the proclamation else
Between eeven and eight o'clock,
yesterday, Mr. James 8. Chamberlin,
a gcoi, amiaDie young man, who
has been olflciating as clerk for
the past Ave years on the
steamcTS A. J. White, Phil Allin
and other local packets, breathed bis
last at the room or his brother, Mr. John
B. Chamberlin, cieiK or itie steamer
Illinois, a victim to that fell disease,
consumption. For the past two months,
during which time he was obliged to
cease from active business, however un
willingly, he has borne ins sutierings
with true christian resignation. His
friends on the river were unremitting in
their attentions to every want. He had
the best of medical skill and attention,
and Rev. Dr. Carmichael, rector of
Christ church, paid him many visits,
and before bis death the deceased as
sured those around his bedside that ho
died in the hopes of a glorious raurrec-
tion. The iaf-t sari mars oi respect was
paid to his remains at Elmwood ceme
tery yesterday. All the steamers in port
displayed their flags at half-mast and
almost every s eamboatman in the city
was present at the funeral services in
Gracd church. Deceased was a native
of New York city, but waB educated in
Kentucky. He was only twenty-four
jvars of age at the lime of his death.
But few young men nave passea away
to that "bourne from wnicn no traveler
returns" to much respected and regret
ted as James S Chamberlin.
1 lie Cheapest Market
Hie United States.
Read ! Head ! ! Ilond ! ! I
D. LOWES8TEIN L- BROS.
Ottering 8100,000 tVorlh
Wo nre determined fo redac-t our
Bef.ire onrnnnnal stock-taking on Feb
No sncli bargains nave ever been of
fered In Sfemplils ns we propose to
place before the public dnrlng the enr
re nt month.
None bnt good, servloenble and deslr
nble goods offered for sale.
We mean Jnst exactly what we say.
Do not postpone your pnrchnsei.
Call before the assortment Is broken
We do not ndverllse Prlcfs. We see
no nec-sly In doing ao. All who call
nod Inspect onr Immense nnd varied
slock cannot fall to be satisfied tnnt onr
goods are the best, nnd cheapest In Ike
B. LOWCNHTEIIV A BROS.,
312, 211 and 213 Main Htreet.
Corner of JrOVrsoii street.
PREPARE FOK COL!) WEATHER.
Colored blankets, in all sizes, at ex
traordinarily low prices, to clcse out be
B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS.
Criminal Conrt I'llpplu. Judge
The following cases are set for trial on
Monday, January 11th: Nos. 609. Hil
iiard Mack; 6S7, Wm. Smth; 558, J.
R jtensteil: 741, John Baxter; 759, Jcs,
F Keller; 75S, Marshall Lane; 590,
Wiley M'Clellan; 737, Ben Gardnerer;
737, Wm. M'JJonnell; 737, Tom Titus
737. Rufus Thornton; 737. Ed. Johnson
Business of yesterday: Mary Wright
alias Mary Taylor alias Mary Jhllza
Crooley, guilty, four years, larceny.
first C'hnucery unrt SIorgRn,
Court wili meet at ten o'clock Mon
day morning,and the calendar published
on W ednesday last win be taken up,
C031F0KTS AND COFfcliLETJS,
Iu immense variety and at prices lower
than elsewhere m tbe citv. this month,
at B. LOWENSTEIN & BROS.
Flowers, bulbous roots, plants, bou
quets and decorations. Craitr't!, 379 Main.
Converse's new Billiard Parlor, op
posite Court Square, No. 37 South Court
Neuril. The instantaneous cure for
WLrntoia. Geo. W. Jones A Co., keep It,
Play billiardu at the Chickasaw Par
lor, 37 South Court street.
See advertisement of Foster's second
Texas Gold and Land Distribution.
LIVIXGST0X tc COSPASY.
BOBESrifJ AND FOKf.IliN 1UAHKSS,
10 PINE STREET, NEW YORK.
- Conservatively organized for doing
the business of out-or-town banks, bankers
corporations, merchants and Individuals.
Usual Interest aUowed on dally balances.
Collections made and promptly remitted.
Oorrttpondence nlieited. Exchange on princi
pal cities of Europe. . ,
LIVINGSTON, NEWBERN & CO.,
The family aaregnnrd oil. 1'orsnleby
II. HKiTtB it CO.
REDUCTION OF RATES.
From tills day transient board will be
three dollars per day. Day board, thirty
dollars per month.
O'BANSON & MORRIS,
PURITY, hTBEXHTII, EC0A0JIY.
These three requisites are combined in
Dooley's well-known yeast powder. As
each incredicnt entering into its compo
sition is free from any deleterious or in
jurious substances, the purity and lull
streugtn oi eacn aruce is guaranieen in
the manufacture; and as cue pound of
J)oolei's yeast powder will last a third
y BSJi'l'IoBger ln caunary. department man toe
ket, It proves conclusively mat it is me
most economical. Convenient to have
in the house, and universally produces
Ught and elegant food. or saie Dy an
Th ohParKsst and best Steam Dyeing
Fortbe fifth annual ball of the Batcher.?1
Union, which will occur Monday even
ing, January 2oth.
Attkmd Robertson's Business College
Ip von want a hydrant, street-washer,
or plumbing of any kind, yon can get ltst
Browne's, 16 Jefferson street, where yon are
sure to be suited In style and price.
THE MEMPHIS STEAM DYEING
Estatabllsbment, 61 Madison street, is
open for the fall season. Best work, at prices
to suit the tunes.
li. A. HOLLENBEBQ, Proprietor.
The family safeguard oIL For aale by
11. WiiTTKH k CO.
The Sunday Appeal will bo unuEu
ally attractive, and offers tbe boft In
ducements for advertisers to reach a
large class of readers.
During the pat week the lovers of the
drama were treated to half a dozen per
formances of Mr Joseph Jefferson's
cTpat snecialfy of Jtip Van Winkle. The
wnrtMifr ouch nleht was extremely cold,
and the mercury hovered now and then
in close proximity to zero, but still the
houses were good and the audiences
highly delighted. It is true that the
vast crowds which were wont to greet
Jefferson were not to be seen during the
lato engagement, and it must be said
that the general public, however much
they may have admired the "Rip" of
former days, are now inclined to think
that he ought to leave the scene of his
former glories, and give place to ome
thing new, startling, or even strange.
The largo audience of Friday was ample
evidence that Mr. Jefferson has lost
none of his magnetism or popularity.
but it is to be hoped that when next he
revisits aiempuis ne win give us some
thing different from his extensive reper
toire. 2Sr. Lander.
To-morrow night the famous trage
dienne, Mrs. Lander, more familiarly
known to lovers of all that is excellent
iu the drama, as Jean Davenport, will
commence an engagement at the Thea
ter. The fame of this conscientious and
thorough artist extends from the At
lantic board to the Pacific slope, and
away across the briny ocean to England,
Scotland, Ireland and Australia. Gifted
by nature with natural talents of the
highest order, Mrs. Lander has by culti
vation and study placed herself in the
front rank of the tragediennes of the
stage in Europe and America. She will
appear on Monday as tho beautiful, im
petuous, but unfortunate "Maria Antoi
nette" on Tuesday as the virgin queen of
.England, "Ji,tizaDetn," and on Wednes
day In her inimitable role of "Lady Tea
zle" in Sheridan's splendid comedy, The
School for Scandal. In order that taese
great nieces may be suitably interpreted
and placed before the Memphis theater
goers with fit setting and dressing,
Mrs. Lander will be supported during
her engagement by Frank Lawier's
capital Chicago company, among whom
are several very fine actors and actresses.
The seats aro already being sold, and
those who wish good places should ap-
ply promptly at the Jeaoody cigar stand
or the box office at the Theater.
The Bntrhrra' Ball.
With all the sanguinary thoughts in
tent on the brute creation, especially of
the bovine species,the butchers of Mem
phis,aud especially those who belong to
the "Butchers' Union," are the ;most
kindly, charitably inclined, and social,
good feeling gentlemen iu the city of
Memphis. They are a "jolly lot," so to
speak, as will be shown beyond denial
when they give their fifth annual ball
on the twenty-Gtth of Jauuary, at Coch
ran hall. In order to show that both
supper and ball will bs a success, it has
only to be mentioned that the matter is
iu the hands of such well-known gen
tlemen as Messrs. Charles Kney, Kerr,
Elphinstone, La Croix, H. Seeseel, sr.,
Wendler, Huppert, Gefz, J. Schilling,
Winans, Worner, L. Schilling, L. Kney,
and George Thoma.
Leelyclo Clnb Unll
Tho grand masquerade ball under the
auspices of the Leclyde club, which
comes off on Wednesday evening at
ABsemblv hall, promises from present
aspects to be one of the joyful events of
theeeason. The young gentlemen com
prising this club are famous for their
energy and enterprise, and the arrange'
ments they are making for the recep
tion of their numerous guests are quite
extensive. rJo improper cnaracteis will
be admitted to the ball on any pretext
l'rofeKsor Slneller's Onncln Academy
Xcrnput Clnb Hall.
There will be a grand waltzing and
dancing clas3 for gentlemen, new and
advanced pupils, on to-morrow (Mon
day) and Tuesday evenings at eight
By the King of the Carnival.
Twelve moons have rolled round Our
terrestial kingdom; twelve months of
care have wrinkled the brows of Our
loyal subjects since itwas Our Sovereign
pleasure to visit our lavoreo
CITY OF MEMPHIS,
but Our Imperial heart is great, our gen
erosity unlimited. Let Our people re
joice, and give ear to Our
First On Mardi-Graa Eve, February
S, A.D. 1875, escorted by Our Royal
Guard, we will revisit Our City of Mem
phis. Second We command Our servant
and Suzerain, the loyal Mayor, to sur
render the keys of Our City, and with
his Council and high dignitaries, to re
ceive Our Imperial party; and we here
by suspend his official powers during
Our regal sojourn.
Third We ordain that
MARDI-GRAS, FEBRUARY 9, 1875,
shall bo set apart as a day of pleasure,
festivity and gorgeous pageantry, and
we extend Our princely bidding to all
the people of Our realm.
Fourth Wo command Our loving
subjects of the German Casino to mar
shal the Mystic Brotherhood ol the
And to appear at half-past two o'clock
in the afternoon on said day, and we
clothe them with power to enforce our
Fifth We command the Ancient and
Powerful Order of the
to display their wonted splendor at
night, and honor their Supreme King
as becomes Our grandeur and their re
nown. Sixth "We command all railways,
steamboats, and other public convey
ances, to transport our guests from afar
at one-half the established rates; and
we command Our good people of Mem
phis to receive them with generous hos
pitality. LONG LIVE THE KING I
Issued from Our Royal Palace, this
three thousand eight hundred and seven
ty-fourthyear of Our reign.
Attest: TvruoN, Momus.
The "UJks" will give their grand
masquerade bail on Mardi Gras night,
at the imposition building. X uii panic
ulars will be shortly announced.
To the Citizens of Memphis;
Out of ieferenceto the advice of many
prominent citizens, J for a time post
poned canvassing the city for subscrip
tions toward liquidating the debt on our
college. In now resuming my subscrip
tion tour, I oeeire to express my feelings
of gratitude lor the amounts already bud
scribed, and alio for the cordial manner
in which X was received in neany every
instance. I earnestly and respectfully
appeal to the citizens of Memphis to as
sift me as liberally as the times may
permit, in houoriug the heavy obliga
tion maturing within the next thirty
days. BROTHER MAURELIAN,
i-resident unnsuan uromerb ioiiego.
GUARD AGAIXST THE COLD THESE
LOWENSTEIN & BROS.,
Preparatory to their annual stock-tak-inc.
are eellinc out all their entire stock
of white blankets, in all sizes 9-4, 10-4,
11-4, 12 4, 13 4, and 14 4 -at less than
manufacturers' prices. Housekeepers
should avail themselves of this
GREAT CLEARING SALE,
Which lasts this month only, and pur
chase some of those bargains extraordi
242, 244 and 246 Main street,
Corner of Jeflereon street.
OILS THAT WILL BORN.
At the nresent time, when everybody
is complaining of the miserable gas fur
nished by the gaslight company, they
will h nleased to learn that asubstitute,
superior in every respect, can be pro
cured at the well-known lamp and oil
store ot O. F. Prescott & Co., No. 2SS
Mam street, northeast corner of Madi
son. The celebrated "Elaine oil," to be
found at this establishment, has very
superior qualities. As an illuminator it
is without a rival. It Is perfectly pure
and safe, and what is better than all, it
cannot explode. The famous Head-Light
oil also occupies a first-class position. It
has a fire test of one hundred and seventy-five
degrees, whilo the government
stnndard only requires one hundred and
leu deurees of & fire test. These oils are
mar -JjmiHiripr to all others orsaJein,the.city, A
This Arm aio also extensive dealers and
manufacturers of family soaps, lamps,
and all kinds of tinware.
GoToLfiddin's Business College.
Dff. T. P. TURNER,
Ho. 33S aStln Slreet. Corner or VbJU.
L. M. DEAN & CO.'S ART PALACE
The great art store of L. M. Dean &
Co , at No. 381 Main street, is daily
thronged with ladies and gentlemen to
examine and view the many useful and
beautiful articles oflered for sale by the
enterprising members of this popular
firm, -which deals exclusively iu wall
pnper, wiudow-Bhades, paints, oils, glass,
nouse ornaments, decorations, etc. rney
have lust received a well assorted stock,
which3 will be sold at the lowest possible
flctiros. All orders to thorn will bo filled
satisfactorily. Calcimlnlng is a spe
cialty with L.M. Dean & Co.
THE GREAT RED SI ORE.
A BANKRUPT STOCK
BOOTS AND SH'OES.
"We will open
One of the
BOOTS AND SHOES
These goods were purchased
AT A RECENT
From one of the largest
In St. Lonla.
consequence of which we are en
abled to sail them
EXTREME LY LOWr PRICES.
Parties in need
BOOTS AND SHOES
Should avail themselves
Paying us a visit
We promise our patrons that they wiU
For our motto is:
"Buy Chehp Sell Cheap."
WM. FRANK & CO.,
249 Main street.
in want column
signed "W. G."
All collars not made of linen can bo
washed to pieces. Wear the Elmwood.
which win Keep clean longer man any
other without washing.
THE CHEAPEST ILOTHING EHP0RI
UM IN THE SOUTHWEST.
Lorrcnsleln's Sfnmmotli Clothing; Slorr.
Unprecedented reduction in prices !
Fine custom-made clothing at half
The largeststock of men's, boys' and
children's overcoats and talmas to be
found in the city, at sacrificing prices
Desirous of closing out the balance of
our immense stock or
Ove;conts, Talmas, and Winter Suits,
During the present month, we shall
offer them at such
As will insure their ready sale.
Boys' and youths' overcoats at one
half the cost of manufacture.
Gents' cassimere pants at one-half
their actual value.
Substantial business suits at half cost,
The greatest inducements ever offered
to purchasers of ready-made clothing
and furnishing goods.
Do not fail to avail yourself ol the im
mense bargains we are ouenng this
Loweustritt's Mammoth Clothing Store,
238 Main street,
Two doors notth of Jefferson st.
COAL AND GAS COKE.
During the present extremely "cold
snap," everybody young, old, rich and
poor estimates at its fullest value what
a "good lire" means, and one and all
like to "hug the stove" or enjoy the
bright gleams at the brilliant fireside,
In order, however, to enjoy all these
comforts it is necessary first to get a
good supply of coal and gas coke of
premier quality, for there is nothing
mat makes me hre burn brightly and
brilliantly but superior coal, which can
be had in any quantity and at mode
rate prices from P. G. Bigley, dealer in
coal and gas coke, SSo. 280 Mam street.
MAROI GRAS HEADQUARIERS,
27!) Hnin Street,
Will open on Wednesday next
2000 ELEGANT COSTUMES,
Many of which are just imported from
Paris and the principal theaters of New
Now ready to furnish all styles of cos
tumes for clubs and processions, under
the supervision of Messrs. Elliott, May,
D'Arcy and Leopold.
Address all orders to
SAMUEL MAY, Secretary.
The lovers of genuine Irish oatmeal
and those who wish to improve their
brains and body by partaking of good
wholesome porriee, will be pleased to
learn that Duffy & Carey, the enterpris
ing grocers, will receive on Wednesday
evening a fine shipment, direct from
"the old sod." It was in regard to this
splendid brand of Irish oatmeal that Dr.
Johnson informed tho good-natured
Irish woman that in England they fed
the horses with it. The reply was witly
and characteristic: "Well. Doctor," re
plied the dame, "wo feed our men with
it, and did you ever see such men and
such horses!" Get a sample and try it.
THE CHAHTI0N ST0YE.
H. Wetter & Co., at Nos. 13 and 15
Monroe street, oiler for sale at manufac
turer's price the jrelebrated Champion
Stoverwhiob in disability, equalityand
convenience) of arrangement, periection
of construction and beauty of appear
ance, isunequaled by any ever made in
America. Being the sole agents for the
manufacturers, they can and do sell at
lower rates than other houses ask for in
ferior stoves. They invito me public, aa
well as tho trade, to examine the Cham
pion, which is the most popular stove
Go and see Converse's new Billiard
Parlor, 37 South Court street.
A te'egram from Berlin says: "Von
Arnim's sentence havingbeen published
several hours before it was pronounced,
disciplinary inquiry has been instituted
against Judge Reich to ascertain who
made it public. It is expected that the
appeal will be tried by the kammer
gericht within six weeks. Whatever
may be the reault, it is expected the ca e
will be carried to the abergerlcht.
Tho governor and council of Boston,
MawWtts, gave n hearing Saturday
evening on the petition of the ltotrlct
attorney, Phelps, of New York, for the
pardon of Spence Pettis, the convicted
forger. The governor stated he was
strongly against granting him pardon.
Statistics irom the Board of Bealib
Deaths frnm All Cnnsrs for De
cember Slorlunrjr Report
for the Tear lsTS.
The following is the official report of
the board of health for the month oi
December, as furnished for publication
by the secretary:
Cauirt of Death.
i Caxua o Death.
" pUtol - )
" smothered j
Homicide -. -
Anariiun . ....
tun a... .
Hi 6 Old age
2 Parturition 1
DEATHS REGISTERED FOR THE JIOJiTH
- 1 5 H
J?!ac. 14- ! 2 -
; 3 i JP i
Adults... 2.1 i B
Minors..! 11 4
Aduits-i s ; . n
Minors..! 7 I 11 I 17
i Memphis 11 102l
I Other parts U.S 22 13.S5
'Ireland 8j 210
j Qerraany 'i II 3
n,l,..nilAnnlltlAa rV I 1 fi
Widowers i 3
Not stated' S
VJl.ll. A. fc.W.. 1... . ' . -i
J 18127 75'
Under 1 year.
From 1 to 2 years
From 2 to 5 years.
From 5 to 10 years...
From 10 to 20 years
From 20 to SO years
From 50 to 60 years
From CO to 70 years 1
From 70 to SO years'
From W to 90 years;
From ft) to 100 y'rs.
From 100 to 110 y'rs'
From 00 to tJ years...
From w to 50 years
COJIPARATIVE MONTHLY MORTALITY.
76 711 F6 51
5i 71 2
In hosp'l 19
ISl 18' 17 21
Duatn r&te uer tnousaud for tne six mouths
ending December 30, 1S7J . 21
Report far tbe year Endlns December
CATJSEOF DEATH., NO. CAUSE OF DEATH. ' NO.
" fall .. .
" poison. 1
" bmothered. I
" railroad. I
6i " typhoid .... ;
4- " typho-inalj
I' Heart disease.
1 i Hemorrhage-.
l Uopatitis '
i, . Hernia, femoral...,
5 " umbilical!
1 Infiam'n, bowels. I
1 " brain....
Alcoholism ... -Amputatiun,
0, Lockjaw, infant.
3 ( Marasmus
i Meningitis .
11 Mumps... ,
16n Natural cautes...,
3 1 Secro-'Is. ..
AMI1IIIH .- -
Brlgbt's disease ...
" brain ...
Total Old Aee I
Pyaemia Rheumatism .
DEATHS REGISTERED FOR THE YEAR
471 i 1148
Under 1 year
From 1 to 2 years.
From 2 to 5 yeirs.
From 5 to 10 years
From 10 to i'O y'rs.
From SO to 30 y'rs.
FioiuoOto 40 y'rs.
From 40 to 50 y'rs.
From 50 to 80 y'rs... 71
From 60 to 70 y'rs... , 3"
From 70 to 80 y'rs... I 17
Fom 80 to 90 y'rs... 7
From 90 to 100 y'rs..i
From 100 to 110 y'rs, 1
Total 1 1148
Deaths in the city . -.. Qi
Deaths in hospital -. .. I'M
Stillborn - fj
Ratio per 1000 ,
Hospital ratio of whole mortaUty ......... .16.81
Consumption.. - 12
Ratio of deaths under 5 years. 30
Published by order of the board.
RICHARD H. TAYLOR, M.D.,
Secretary Board ol Health,
ADDXXIONLi KIVEK Rfci'ORTS
Pittsburg. January 9. River falling
with IS feet 6 inches. Weather very clod.
Vicksburo, January 9 Weather clear
and cold. River rose lo Inches. Up: Mitch
ell, and Gairett and bar&es.
Nashville. January 9. River falling.with
17 feet 2 inches on the shoals. Cloudy and
cold; thermometer below zero all day.
New Orleans, January 9. Weather
cloudy and cool. Arrived: John Kyle, -tJ
Louis. Departed: James Howard, .Thomas
Sherlock, Ohio river.
Little Rock. January 9. River tailing.
with 7 feet 9 Inches by tbe gauge. To-day has
been the .oldest of the season; river partially
frozen over this morning.
Cincinnati, January 9. River IS feet
Innhao nn.l f . , 1 II n ,r Waalli.ar -lorn- finrl
very cold, wUh consid'erablo Ioat ng ice, and
up-river r-oals all wltnarawn. ueparteu : j .
D. Parker, Memphis; Nick Long worth, New
Louisville, January 9. River falling
slowly, with 9 reet 2 inches in the canal and
7 feet 2 Inches In Indiana chute. Departed:
Rodman, New Orleans.
rfvANsviLLK. January 9. Clear. River 23
feet 7 inches by the gauge, and falling. Down :
Exporter. To-day was the coldest In eleven
years; thermometer eight degreej below zero,
and Ice forming on the river.
Cairo. January 9 Noon. Clear and' cold.
River 24 feet 3 inches and falling. Arrived:
Charles Morgan. Cincinnati; City of Qulucy,
n ew uneans. uepanea: jiinueoia, jjbiu
nhis:Cdas. Morean. New Orleans .Night-
Arrived: Minneola, Cincinnati. Thermome
ter 12 degrees below zero.
CIGARS 1 LOITEEY! CIGARS I
BOttHIO & BROTHER
COMMISSION MERCHANTS (Established
184S), importers and Wholesale Dealers In
JiAVShHt null uoiuetlliu UJKiira, i cui a yj
bacco Ciearettes. Manufactured Chewing and
ATTENTION To take place December 16,
1874, Great Extraordinary Drawing or the
renowned Royal Havana Lottery. Only 16,000
whole tickets and $1,200,000 to be dUtrlbuted.
Cimltal Prize S500.000. Be prompt: call for
Plans anu senu oiuers, in auvance, iu
....,..,. . . . i . , .m IT I". T
77 Gravler street. NEW ORLEANS, La.
FIRS AND 2IARINE
0Qlce-5 1-2 MADISON ST.,
Policies issued upon Fire, Marine and Inland
rises at equiiame rates.
. W. JEFFERSON, President.
6. T. RA31BAUT, Tice-Pres't.
U. W. I. CROOK, Secretary.
J. W. JEFFERSON, of J. W. Jefferson & Co.
T. B.DILLARD, Cotton Factor.
J. N. OLIVER, of Oliver, Flnnle & Co.
JONATHAN RICE, of Rice, Stlx & Co.
WM. SIMPSON, of Pettlt & Simpson.
J. R. GODWIN, Cotton Factor.
G. V. RAMBAUT, of E. M. Apperson 4 Co.
State Nation ax, Bank,1
Mcxpnis, Tenn., December 12, 1874. f
A MEETING of the Stockholders of this
Bank wUl be held on TUESDAY, the 12th
ot January next, at their Bankinghou&e, for
the purpose of electing thirteen Directors for
the ensuing year, and for the transaction ol
any other business that may be bronght before
tne meeting, r-ons open irom lua.m.ioip.m
JOHN J. FREEMAN, Cashier.
1,T RS. BOOTH has removed her Dressmak
ill ing Establishment from 2J0 Main st. to
191 ALAHAUA HTHVKT.
'HINTING PRESS AND 1YEE
w front of new Masonic Temple, northeast
JL corner of Second and Madison streets,
Wednesday Morning, Jan. 13, II o'tloclt
By A. E. l'B4NKtAHII.
rjn Camnbell ey.lnder Press, 4 form rollers
size of bed 42x33 inches, used less than two
years, in perfect order, suitable for a country
paper or jod times, mw, .,,,,,1
tj ne, 10O pounl Look I'rlrncr.
By order J . M. Booker, assignee H.Wade A Co
Jan6 A. E. FRANK MKD, Auctioneer.
THE TRADE OF UEHFHiS.
Annn.al Statement from the Chamber of
fiVHE annual report of the trade, commerce,
i manufactures, etc., of Memphis, for 1871,
will be issued in about three weeks from date.
It will embrace liw or mora pages 01 invalua
ble statistical, and other matter pertaining to
the business Interests of Memphis, togetrer
with a complete alphabetical list of members
of the Chamber of commerce, their business
and location. Parties hot already members
should bana in their names to the secretary
at once In order to have them lnoluded In
this list, after confirmation by tho Chamber
at Its meeting on Monday, January 11th. Tiila
report will fnralsh tbe best advertlalotf me
dluui ever presented to our xneroliantd ana
maDuraclurers, aa snbeerlbers will bnve their
own card none otber neatly printed on last
t.i, of cover. Tb UUon will bo about
ten thousand. Col. U.W. Alexander will call
uoon our merchants and manufacturers and
' . .,.,.. ..-.inn, anil rnr,1s.
receive (u. JOHN B.TOOF.B
jan6 Secretary Chamber of Commerce.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS.
The elegant passenger steamer
Clias. Morgan, rwi&
Stein. - master
Leaves THI8 DAY, Jan. 10th, at i pjn.
GLENN & VINSON, Agants,
JalO on Wharlboat, foot Court st.
FOR LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Robert Mitchell, tS
Lew. Kates . ma ter
Loav s MON DAY, J., a. 11th. at 12 m.
For freight or pasuage, apply to
GLENN & VINSON, Agents,
JanlO Wharf boat, foot Conrt st.
Cincinnati and Memphis Packet Co. For
Evansvllle, Louisville and Cincinnati.
J. N. Shunkmaster G. Strlder clerk
Leaves TUESDAY, Jan. 12th. nt 5 pjn.
JalO 15 Madison street.
FOR ARKANSAS RIVER.
FOR PINE BLUFF AND WAY LANDINGS
The fine steamer
Belle of Texas, jkaSi
John Woodbumo maitor
Leaves TUESDAY, Jan. 12th, at 5 pjn.
GLENN & VINSON, Agents,
JanlO on Wharfboat. foot Court St.
Kegnlnr C. f. Mall Line.
FOR CHICOT AND ALL WAY LANDINGS.
The f legem steamer
Mark Cheek master Jos. Spoara. L.clerfc
Will leave MONDAY, Jan. Utb, at 5 p.m., and
every Monuay and Thursday thereafter.
For freight or pasaee apply on board or to
GEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't, 268 Front St.
R. W. L1GHTBURNE,
JalO No. 15 Madison street.
Ilojalnr V. fi. Inll Liar.
FOR CHICOr AND ALL WAY LANDINGS.
The elegant steamer
A. .5" Wfiite, fuO
Geo.Malone master I Lee CummTngs clerk
Will leave TUESDAY, Jan. 12th, at 5 p m., and
every Tuesday anu Saturday mercatier.
For freleht or Dassase snply on board or to
UEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't, 268 Front st,
P.. W. LIGHTBURNE,
jalo .P.O. la Jiauison st.
nernrthls and nt. ton Is Packet Company
17. fi. Knll Line.
For Helena, Chicot, Greenville, Vlcksbarg,
steamer capital citx,
Jas. O'Nell inaster.&3SSCQ
Leaves TUESDAY, January mil, at ioa.m.
Sup't MLsslsslpnl River Elevator C-ompanv
FOR WHITE RIVER.
INDEPENDENT WHITE RIYER PK'T.
For Augusta, Jacksonport, and all Way
The elegant passenger steamer
Milt Harry. master E. C. Postal ..clerk
Leaves TUESDAY, Jan. 12th, at 5 p.m.
For freight or passage apply to
R. W. LIGHTBURNE, oup't, 15 Madison st.
GLENN A VINSON. Agent,
JalO Wharfboat, foot of Court.
MemDhis and White River Packet Co. U. 8.
Mail Line. For Augusta, Jacksonport and
all way Landings on wnite uiver.
The elegant passenger steamer
City of Augusta,
J. D. Elliott master I Jas. Elliott clerk
Loaves TUESDAY, Jan. 12th, at 5 pjn.
R. W. LIGHTBURNE. Sup't,
No. 15 Madison street,
or GLENN 4 VINSON. Agents,
Jan8 Wharfboat. foot Court sr..
for Helena Friars Point and St. Francis
The staunch and comfortable steamer
S. Baskett...-master D. P. Davis .clerk
WHI leave as above every Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday tnrougnout tno season.
For freight or passaae apply on board.
FOR HELENA & FRIAR'S POINT
For Helena, Friars Point and the Bends.
The elegant and fleet side-wheel passenger
Lee,... .master I Lee... .clerk
Will leave as above every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday throughout the year.
X' ui ' rjitu viii tjiiwintu niJty tin uuoiu.
FOR JOHNSON'S LANDING.
WE HAVE COJ1E TO STAT.
For Randolph. Fulton, Osceola, and all Land
ings on tne way juiegnni siuewneei steamer
Nat Green.... . master
Wllldepart as above on MON DAY, WEDNES
DAY anu Friday or eacn week.
For freleht or passage apply on board.
For Crowells, Randolph, Fulton, Osceola,
jonnson, anu ail jmermeuiaie ianuings.
Tho Alptrnnt. Rlilp-whpnl Rtnnmpr
O. K. JoDlln master I J. W. Rhodes eiera
Will make trl-weekiy trips throughout the
yearjeaving Memphis Mondays, Wednesdays
anu Fridays, at o o ciocn p.m.
For rreigct or passage apply on ooard.
W1H leave on her first trip MONDAY. No
vember 23d. nov22
Memphis and Vlcksburg Packet Company
f or Helena, i- nars rrointanu tno uoncis u.
S. Mall to Napoleon.
Mam k. uneea..... ...... master.
Leaves MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, 5 pan.
A. sir. White, iSfi
Georee Malone master.
Leaves TUESDAYS and SATURDAYS, 5 p.m.
For ireignt or pi
ivrt w tyth t
' passage apply on board, or to
230 Main Street, East fide.
A. E. KENNEDAY. W. A. KCDD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
269 1-2 MAIN ST.
Opposite Court Nquare,
rnHE Directors of the Qprraan National Bank
I have this day declared a semi-annual
dividend often percent, payable to the stock
holders on demand.
tan6 MARTIN GRIFFIN, Cashier.
W. O. COLTK.ia, )
J. M. WAKOltN, -Editors.
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tertainment of any family circle
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Price Reduced from 81 e 81 year.
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Anvone sending ns a club of five, with
money, will oe 'urnisneu a copy iree.
-At--en ten-anted cvervwUtro: Nochldmos!
Liberal deductions mauo for clubbtug with
newspapers ana periodicals.
D. COBKKASf t CO., Pubs..
To Builders and Contractors.
SEALED bids will bo received until Friday
the firFt day of January, 1875, at 13 m.. f o
repairs of the courthouse in Plltsboro, Cal
oun connty, Mississippi.
Plans nd specifications are on file and can
be seen in tne omce 01 tnv unancery uers, in
The contractor or builder will be required to
glyobond and Rccurlty for the completion of
the repairs on or before the first day of May,
Rids should b9 sealed up, marked " Bid for
repair of courinoufe," and addressed "To
Board of Supervisors, Plttsboio, Calhoun
Chairman ol Committee.
November SO, 1871. decS-w
AOESTS WANTED I ACT AT ONCE.
THE people everywhere are eager to buy the
only authentic) and complete history of
lila womleruidlacoverlca and UirllllnK d-venturndurin(i30j-enrsln
tho wild 01 Africa,
traled.oniy sa. uoiuciuca.wiiiirei wine
for nxtru terms: or. If you wintt to bmiii 11
ind 11 for outfit. VALLEY rUUlilMU
fls enure Feil
1000 quarter, half nnd whole boxes
Kalalns,aome very Snennd large.
30 kegs Salaga Uraptm
S3 large cases I'Igs.
40O half barrel nnd boxes Prunes,
some of Ibe large"' ever brought
400 hair barrel apples.
000 barrels Nnts,all kinds.
000 half barrels nnd backets Atmore's
100 eases Sbnker Preserves.
OO barrel Cape Cod Cranberries.
200 bbli. New York State Hnekn heat.
300 labs Bui tor, very flue Goshen.
OLIVER, FINNIE & CO,
(Successors to Foster, Kealhofer & Co.),
m COMISSION MERCHANTS,
8S Frrtmi SJtreet.
Bluff City Terra Cotta Work?,
JAMES STEEL, Proprietor.
STONEWARE SEWER PIPS
Shelby street, bet. South and Georgia, near
Aiiss.a j.enn. run. uepoi,oiempnis, xenn.
OEALED bids will be received by the under-
1.7 signed until tne l.m insi., ior tue pnvi
at tbe Grand Mardi Gras ball at the Exposi
tion nan on tne nignt oi n eoruary a, is, j.
Bids may be made for each privilege scper
ately or lor both Jointly.
The Committee reserves tho right to reject
any or an proposals.
For t nil particulars apply to the undersigned
No. 2 Howaid Row.
Memphis, January 6, 1875.
Ii. P. COOPSB,
33 South Court Street.
Will practice In tho city courts and also prac
tice In DeSoto, Panola, and Tate counties,
IMPORTER AHD DEALER JJ?
Wain Ht., SeinpSsIs Term
W. F. HOFM AN.
009 Kerny at., Sau Francisco, Cal.,
Real Estate General Commission
Easiness and Law Oiflce.
PARTIES emigrating to California and In
tendlnz to Durctaie Farms, or a business
of any kind, will find it greatly to their ad-
BLUFF CITY STEAM -DYEING & CLEAN
ING Establishment removed to 310
Second street. All work guaranteed to give
satisfaction; Is done by experienced work
men, with dispatch. JOE RADT.
OCV L tltAJ. MAX
FIBE ASH 31AE1SE
Hare Removed to ofllco formerly occn
piea oy Desoto uanK,
No. 20 Madison Street.
JH. L, MEACIIAM, ; PresiSen
A. N. 5IcSA, : Ytce President
WM. GAY, : : : gecrefery
BOAIJD OF OIBSCXORS.
SI. L. SEAUXIAJrI-ot SI. L. Meacham & On
A. N. ScKAT.. of Sledge, McKay & Co
S. MANfi FIELD oi Utosfleld & Higbee
Wil. JOTff E8of Joyn xumon ft Gale
W2I. 13. SALBBEATH ton Fartor
Hon. JOHH OVERTON, Meapllll
J. EL PEETIfJHEW, of Edmonds, FetUm
BAAO BOUWAB ot Schwab
B. F. BALLRiS Of HoUowoU, CTOCiitt
r Takes Fire and Marine ri&ks. Dwetlln
Houses and Isolated Country Stores
Mrwulnllv elicited. )ft.0
I J. H. BROWN, J. C. ALEXANDER
Coahoma county, Miss.
BROWN & AlEXAJSDEii,
Booca No. 10 Kasrnella Kloctc, cornel
Union and Front Street.
CONSIGNMENTS sollcltea. Orders for all
kinds of merchandize, machinery, wag
ons, etc., accompanied with cash or city ac
ceptance, will receive carelul personal atten
tion. All consignments to usandKGOdsshlpped
by us, covered byouropen policyo- Insurance
unless otherwise instructed. Reier, by per
mission, to German National Bank. JyZ
LECTION OF DIRECTORS
Mxvr-uis, Tesh., Dec. 9, 1874.
An election will be held at this bank on
MONDAY, January 11, 1873, from 10 ajn. until
2 p.m., for the porposo of choosing thirteen
Directors, to serve for the ensuing year.
uecm ci. tr. iibAii uasnier.
HUGH TORRANCE. THOS. WELLFORD
Late wltn W. & 8. Jack &
TORRANCE & WEiiLFORD
Successors to Hugh ranee & Son,
General Commission MerchaDts,
10 JcfTersoH Street,
Opp. ComBsnrclal IIitl, Memphl?, Tcan
S. P. CASUTHEES.
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
oaee In Irving Block,
204 Hero nit street, ne-atnfra. Memptala
if, W. s- BROWHE.
mm em m mm
16 5elterso Street,
BETWEEN HAJM AND FRONT
A. M. BOYD.
, I. BOYD & SON,
3G0 Front Street.
JF you wlb to aave moiur, yon will hnr-
slorBoot and Hho Hlore.os Main rV25T.
an you mil a win h .ni,u. 7. . "irwi,
j P Jc r. W. STEMLERA to", Propg"11
r sitter f
273 IAIN STREET,
Beg to inform the public they are now receiving an
Entire Mew Stock,
and will he prepared to offer the same on
Having made our purchases on a DEPRELD
MARKET, we are enabled to present to
Kcw and Desirable Merchandise
AT LOW PRICE
Beg leave to invite all parties to their Immense stock of
embracing all the latent styles of Chamber, Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen and C Ilcc l
nlture. We have In suites the most complete stok of
CARPETS AND RUG.'
ever shown In this market, embracing all gradesof Axmlnstersi. Wilton, Veiv. ,'-three-plys;
Ingrains, Hemps, Cocoa and Straw Mailing.
OUR. STOCK OIL CLOI- f-:
Is complete, embracing all grades
UN'. A WsSI W UCOB.Vt:ohS A hTMULfY -1
from !1 50 to SIJO a window.
IN OUR M1AUK utlMltTiii:iT-Wo have many noveUbn, with aR the st , -
We have the most com pie to stool: ever shown In thu marcei.
MtOKINfi-GLANNF.H The most complete assortment, at price that cannot 'a .
OUU 81ATntSSK. Are the stccdscd make of the coiuary.
22S Maiu nnd
E. E. Clause, formerly Clarke, Ely & Co.
L. H. Cos, formerly Busby, Johnson A Co.
arke, Johnson & Co
37 Front Street, -
W. A. GAGE
30 FBOilT USEE'S?, Sleniphis. Tenn-:
G. L. D UNISON.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF
B. F. AYSSY & SON'S PLOWS, ETC
SOLE AGENTS FOR H. F. BL0UNT"3
(The Only Genuine)
UBIE STEEL FLOWS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR WM. CLORE"3
Wrought Calhoun PIotts
FOR THE FOLLOWING:
Cotton, Manilla, and Sisal Rope:
Rubber and Leather Belting,
Deering's Horse Engines,
Steel Brnsli aud Light Draft Cotton j
Tennessee Wagons, Kalis,
Bradford's Grist Mills,
SIsston's Circular Saws;
WE HAVE A MOST
Haines, Tmoe Chains, Olnglo & TJonolo
Trees, Blind Bridles, Uaokbasda,
Clovlees, Lap Rings. Harrow
Toothjlron Wedges, Plow Han
dles, Slab Iron. lab teel.
Flow Moulds, Csue Enivos,
BAR IKON AJiD STEEL OF ALL KINDS,
Feed Cutters, Corn Snellen, Cultiva
tors, Carry Combs, Eteel Traps, Axes,
Shovels and pades. Shovels and
Tongs, Pots, & kille ts, Ovens,
Anvils. Vices, Bellowsi Etc
Cross-Cu t, Circular and 0 ther Saws
Plow Unci, Axlo Grease, Well Buck
ets, Horse Shoes and Trails, Timbln
Skeins, Stocks and Bioa, Etc.
WJf. SI. SMITH. W. I SCOTT. IV. A. COLLIKE
SMTH, SCOTT & C0LLIEB,
ITo. 16 Madison St.t
MEMPHIS, i tit TENNESSEE
B3-W1U also practice at Browrsvllle, Tenn
.a.. W. J3.jyitlMii NUiiUOZ
Cor. Union and Second Street:,
(In Circuit Court Building).
ENGLISH, CLASSICAL AND
maticai. courses taught.
dec COMMISSION MEECHMTS
And all other kinds of
Consignment and Orders Solicited and
Promptly Attended to.
ISo. 842 Wront Sireei,
rjX) INVEST A FEW DOLLARS, WITH
JL possible returns of THOUSANDS, is offered
by the postponement of the PUBLIC LIBRA
RY OF KEN I UI KY to the 271 Ii or Febrna-ry-next.
of their FlfTH AND LAST CON
CERT AND DRAWING. The management
are pledged to the return of the money if the
drawing should not come off at the day now
One Grand Cash ,,- , ..TTO.ftO
One Grand Cash mn.. lOMieo
Ono Grand Cash 75.O.0
uuo uittiiu .wu OU,UUU
Ona Grand Cash mn. 25JXK1
6 Cash Gifts. 135.0CU each
10 Cash Gifts, 11,000 each..
li cash Gifts,
J9 Cash Gifts,
25 Cash GifU,
3d Cash Gifts,
60 Cash Glita,
100 Cash GUIs,
210 Cash Gift,
600 Cash Gifts,
19,000 Cash GUM,
1,0C 0 eaca
Tenth. or each Coupon,
eleven Whole TlckoUfor.
For Tickets or information, address
XHOV. E. BILAMLBWE,
Aeeut and rjuger,
".0 West Court slreet, Mem
and w!P.h. from 6 tuchen o2l f-
5coHtj1 "slref. TStnii IZf.
I M. D.JonNSos. forme; iy Htnb .J
I C. B. Clakki, formetly LJoyd, Clark c
WIU offer their entire stock of i r :
tho NSXT THIRTY DAiS at
GREAT 8AC8IFIC1 T9 CLOE 1'II'J.
CEEDBEN'S FUR S-.I
Ermiae, Striped :irrel, Coney, .'ivcr
rox, Etc,, Etc.,
At SI 25, 51 50, Jl 75, Si, K 58, S3,
Formerly $1 75, S, S2 CO, r, f 1 CJ
Children's Far CleaXe, Cf and IIoci.
Ladies' Black Fresck Sbl St t ,
AtS2 fr,.--n-r - r
Brown French Sbl sets,
AtS8 and i, formerly ii .C i.'..
AtJ35e,S4a&dJ6, formerly Jj.J
Grecian Sable, A re tie Mink. R .c 11
Black Astraehan, French Lyux. C,- "-c.
Fiteh, Royal Krrnlnp, Xlnk. ana U-2
son Bay sabl Selsv
AT PROPORTIONATELY LOW ITJ. 3.
Also Seal taps, Carriage Robe- r - -mlngsXte.
MENKEN BEO i hZ 3,
281 .xxc3L ana aaciaa. Z2t.
i'uscek'.s mo. xtxa.
GRAND PRIZE CO E' :
AlUouatiiH, texu-JNarcli IS7j.
In Gold Coin, Choice Lan I -. '
aud City Residence. Among 'I lr
there will be S2,oe In ti.i
WThe Real 'ateisputlu at l: cz;.c ;
Capital Prize, $10,000 Geld.
COMMEND VTORY-'-Having!, ni t z
acquaintance with J. E Fot r, e .
denco in his integrity, we feel Ja iu . r: ,
ing we believe he will earry out i: , .
tion honesll) and lalrlv j r -
il a or, Hon. J. X. D. Wib-on, a:. a i (
That old and reliable paper, !.- I. -Tclegrapn,
wbich rarely condeccti,.
Individual enterprises, ayof the ! L ct
ing: "Noteven the mct captious a.: . - - .
Ing person coaid take exeptious ' . r - .
ner of the drawing It waa ta4r. h ' - "
equable. The eommltt and r oo - . -oi
our very bstetuzeus. anu km-Lv r
time aud labor to Hi- supenntc.id ' . ' ;
drawing, or rather did the actual . - :
Captain Foster ha. aeled hoi,,
fairly throughout th whole man 12 " c
tnls enterprise. While offie moiu. 1
made by tbe ventore in all pr
the property given as prixe hs n:,
fair price, anu the p.-oflt U only .r.
of the property fr raii.
That staunch Democratic paper
ton Age haMthe following:
"Tho Coramlt'ee or gentlemei '
the best that couJd have beeu sei-
amlence. lion. D.U. Urxlza. wlm .
t the drawinr. is oar presant rept.
I and one of the most popaUr mr.
i t',1':t- .Tne, draw'? wi prefac-t i
! planatlon from Captain FoMer. f
adopted, lan was weii recelvta a
S stood, preclheiy a explained by :L
Captain roster ssid that wh'le l.
bis home peopl e-odlnek bwvet .
say that with the people of poor '.I
Loullana and South Carotin
greater sympathy, and h did c
would draw tbe largest somber
that they might come U a tree c
make a white man'it living. Tln
was received with loud cheers. 1 .
was then proceeded with, and tin rc
No connection with tbe DenUon. '
Lockart, or any o br Mtnilaren
TIlKBT SS m M..CW,
and a liberal dlaconnt on orders f r
number. KELIAULK AGKNTm v
Must have the eoandenee of the r
In wbleb they live, sw dtorelr n.
enee Dann, Rrlow A Co.'s Keler-:
found iu ail banks.
r. W. HOUSE, "r-
Address J. K. FOSTER. V
Jaa7 Hou :on
umm mm b
RITKK JF IIPfC-(liclt) A
tlful bundi;y-cliool bouk.-H. m. t
I.KADKK-rSl t-). KniieoUecu. ,1
: Cal TaneK, AntiMisnM. etc , wUhMngi
course. a. tcriBoarMHt L. O. t,
Tlinn-(B5C). Peneet must
class for tiuarut Choirs. J. K. 1 .
DAMiS' A.MHKH kgaYll
Anthem mu-i - of excalleni quit r
services ol ll e Ej..copal Cl
VTK?.X WH W
KOMi M"' IHI'H- 7 aa). ,
Sobools. Not mu.'fc Mae-eu Mo
ul ruble pispart-i-v enunw.
quMUtity of MSMiiar iui.m for pra.
Palmer and L. . Einersou.
All books sei 1, port- pal-, for r
OL1VKK D.TPOS CX
CIIAU. id. DITSON t.
jana 711 BroaitwHy. N
SPECIAL TO MSttCH
rE following goodo, bought
FORCED CAtell SALBsS ar.- tZ
CASH, at prices as low an by any .
United Statea, vis:
teDUWic. Texas, AIam, ;
and otber Plfjb.
11 ope'. LonsdaU'a. J"" r. xzz
and otber Blebd Hum,;
Bell Factory, Jewell'-. Abksw.1, Ci
and other Biown Maul r s.
Lonltlllenad enner J r
Fifly Cwn nt --w tyl- Ir :
all brands Faneyand Sid- 1
T.tnat-VH nnd BIwiKet-at! klc'a.
Toeether wlta foil line onsrts. J. -.7" .
Sery, Handk-erclilet'. White G. , ,
N'ouons, and Small Ware, genera. .
W. B. 5iOXE Se C ,
ffnolesale Dry ood d Nolf3B,
JO Union slreet, Hruiphi
P.S. With azsBfeii less oy nan .33 i
hnne in the trada. and nnsnrj-ra rnril
le fordoing our bostnew, we an, we
otnrlftf.ntlv n.lr mnr natronage. P ea . I
amino our siooe. or sena iwi'iiso-im p.
In plain llgnres. deca