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.Louisville and Nashville aud Great
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toprws Tram leovee dally. SaSB"1 ,.15p.xn
Car, at ... " ' liisa-ta
MaU Train leaves dally &t . .V,Mt
iSmmSdaaon Train lave dally. Wt 4.,5luB
Bundays. at .
Pullman Pa! SlpU-CM oa all night train.
13T For dcktti or information. apply a
Ticket Office, 2S7 Main St, Cor. MadLwn.
John T. Flynn. Bap'l Memphis Dir.
MJasIssIppi and Tennessee Railroad
CHAXOK OF HCIIKDUM3-
rS and alter SUNDAY. Octobrr R
J will run a ioiw
83Gpjn 12:50 p.ra
Sen Orleans Mall dally t
Mraw 11 it.'. a.m
TMra - " -
do) connections made t Grenada wTth tralnj
KormandeSathtoall potnu. j
CT For farther InforWlon. ejplx to i
Ticket Offl,237 Main SU,and at DopoU
n Mnrke, Superintendent. '
Memphis and Charleston llallroad
CHA3TOE OF MCUKDCIiH.
x-v ny THURSDAY, August 8U 187
U'tralMwlU run as follows:
"gSolSf eao n 8:20
j &cxson 1 1 r-"" . .n,vra il:15o.m
Don. eioepDuuuji, o- - w ,
Mall train will not stop at Flag Stations between
SSnM5S Graft Junction ballpoint
coSni'ti ror'Baa an
SorS Wwn Memphis and Bristol
WWIr'TtWnlnrfM line win
S Express train at 6:00 p.m. for LTnAbW- Wub
and Baltimore, without change Only Ml
5usa to Sew York and PtilliMlelltiia
Ttoe Weatr minutes teiter than cij Uma.
Ticket Office. o. 278 Main Street.
W- J. IIohh, Gieral Sopertntendecl
Tom It'Innru ncm akwii.
Offle, Sleeping Booms:
b Lands. Uind lor l""v r ,inl.
19 Madison mwn
mm . ... .lEOwnjni
aaaaomeat for Ftxir Nights and Salnrdaj lUtlnce,
Wednesday. Xovembfjr Hth.
J. H. HAVSBLV-
Che Unrest and most refined KUutroi Orgaaliatloa
ill UIO nuuui
1 COM! BBSS OF STABS
in one ot their cb&sta and eleaant witertolnmenU.
lrSodueui all the latest Ethiopian novelUea ot
the dwrin b tfjle and manner peculiar alone to
sMSMMondax. Sarombet fith. at Hoi
lenders' - -
IX)ST, STISAYKCT OB HTOIXS.
-V)W One dun-colored mlloh cow: wort onleft
(Jhlnd tatrBhe Is about Dtb rears old. A Ubenl
will be raid on dellverT to 1S Jonea aveou.
FOB SAXE OB IilLVSE.
PEOPEBTY Verr desirable unl
Will sell or am long leases upon reasonable
JUXUl f 1A A Vy , f-
2114 gecond Rtretl.
FOB liEASE OK BEST.
t ivTiTrn'in rmMUHflfl to salt applicants.
Shawnee VUlacn PlantaUon, Mississippi coun-
iU.wllanr, nhnvK nTHlflOW: COOd f eOCTM, plentT l)f
Mhfm. tam-cln. etc F. O. MoGA, OOK.
- p o. pan Point. A'
FOB BEXT OB SALE.
XTO. 67 DKION ST.-Thls Fpsctous and deslrafle
IN firstrdasa residence, latefr occupied bj Major
and siUsfacto.7 to a good and acceptable tC
orpurchaeer. m. CAHMACK. '
ootg 15 West Court street. up-talrs.T
tit nv sill im mnlM or BOia. Itxuu maw
GOLD COIN-A rare DnUed 8taUj gold coin, 8lfc
of 1703. It maybe oflered to tho banlU,
brokers, or tothe trade stores. Its Taluewlll bepald
oq Werr. on application fw f
aoi Mala street.
- n . ..... , ririilr"., on I.Inftn.
JJ'cno rtuSni aura -bi iwringthem at Ul.
T-OCEETBOOK Containing a sum of money bo
J7 lonjans to the drlTer of street-ear ho. B8, pa
ih. PonSrsW route. The finder will bo-Uberally
rewarded rjy returning the money to
BOOK-KKEPBlt. Appeal offlce. .
"I OLD Eighty-four dollars in Bold four twenly
. T dollar Dleoes and one two and a half p:ece,and
ehrht dollars In sllrer. between 154 Old Balelsh roan
v, n..nirmnii Pnrtr Tha Under will be rewarded
with the hall of the above amount, by leartns the
Twt&nnA fti the Master Machine Offlca LoulsTllIe
allroad Shops. .
HOOHS AXI BOARD.
rTTHK PEBRT HOnSE-No. A3 Poplar strert. by
, jirs. ti i . iTeemauL
ivwrd irith rooms. S5 rr week.
Board without rooms.! perwenk.
lias bead newly repaired and refitted.
OO MS Newly furnished, at Oalt nousN 417
jlaln: also, cay-poaruers; numnjcm.
TOOABD In a iirtrate family.
an Cnlon street.
DO0MS Furnished rooms, with board; also, day-
, poarders wantea miu aounw Bt.-rtTt.
-r-vr ivn no ART) Onfl of the best rooms In
XV the city, with board, at 482 Main strertday-
OARD AND L0DGIN For families or slncle
. 1 , .nntlMHnn n UtlO
plar street. Kercrenoes wan tea.
-rjirjBNISHED BOOMS With board. Day-boarders
wanted, at 100 Madison aeeL
EBVANT A good house semmt, white or black.
W. M. 6LEDQB.
S71 and 37o Main street.
SITUATION Ai clerk or salesman in any kind of
business. Address J. F. WBMiHT,
V2 Market street. Memphis. Term.
glTUATION As Gardener, by a single man who
thoroughly understands the business In all Its
inches. Can giro the boit of referecca. Address
y. C Oardener. Appeal offica.
SITUATION As Gardener or earrlajre-drlTer for a
prlvaw family. Address W. M.. this oOce.
SALESMEN At a salary ct 81200 a rear to trarel
and sell goods to Uealiris. So reddllas.
Hotel and traveling eipenses paid. Address Moni
tor Msjjufacturlnir Company. Cincinnati. Ohio. w
EVEETBODY to bring their Dyeing and aeanlng
of Uentlemea's and Ladles Wear Jp ihi Mem
DhU Steam Dyeuyr Establishment, N0.T1I Madison
ssreet, where thebost work Is done at tho choaptat
AN intelligent, educatod irishman 10 ac. as mr
Agwit. Address IUlpikb, MoShattb Co.,
DroDriewrs and publishers "Irish Vindicator.;
ESV.,rTr. ! Vina St. Cincinnati. O. no5
DBE3S-MAXEK3 Three good Dress-makers. Ap
dIt to Madain A. Marre at
P"Wa B. LOWENSTBIN & BBQ3.
SITUATION A witling and energetic boy desires a
situation In a wholesale or retail grocery. Ad
dress J. P. a. Avalanche office.
B0IL3K3. Safes and Heavy Machhvry to move.
O. 3. DUNBAR. 37 Union street
XTHBST-CLASS Boot and Shoemaker wanted to go
fl tii nnrinth. MIssIsJodL Good wages jruaran-
teed. Annlr at the office of CHAS. EEBZ00, 1110
and 31tm Main street-
lANTASSEBS S500 a month Is a certainty to any
1 one selling our Letter-Book; no press, brush or
water ased; sample book, worth s3. sent free, bend
tt&mp for circular. Excelsior Manufacturing Com
pany, 17 Tribune building. Chicago.
A FOB THB BEST 8SLL1N0.
e-pleee Jew elry Combination Oat, Gents
decant watch-chain, gold-plate slwve-butlons, collar-buttons,
set of 6plral-tuds. t'.-iin ring, and lim
itation coral scarf-pin. Complete sample lots, 2oc;
12 lota 82. SWtoagen
oc24eod 70S Broadway. New York. .
TMV0BCES Lally and quietly obtained for in-
XJ compatibility, etc; resldecoeunnecebiary,
ameroecree. iweive twits "twreuto.
A. GOOBBICU, AttomejNit-Law.
VM Dearborn ttitMit, Chicago. DL
H0BSK3 WINTEBED The undersigned has good
box-stalls, good water end fine grounds, with
the bet of fences. Will give horses , train .tn my
are tha best attention. THOMAb BBbT,
TATAGON-6ecoad-hand grocer' delivery waspn,
. Vr with ton. Address W.. Appeal-
A wiwciajir favorable opportunity U offered to
i.?iSBIiu'maa thoroughly acquainted with the
tadiSnft. a tetar7 lnterSta of Memphis
sSvl'jib0 tot-oductlon of ErnriLH and
iiSPirt tSl.?f?m,u Edccatios to the better
2- 7S:-.A54 E. 8TEIGEB, pub-
m.T m.. ew i Of K. OCrl i
SHTlJ.n. tmrtiH and three forTeo-
- : tues
Q.O0D men to irsv.l-sa to 5150 a month.
CL L. DrCHOLVE.
I Cochran Hall. Room a.
Iti 3w?Dk to OT. bond home, whlah can
lly A. IL FrankJaud.
A I Xo.JiOM Carroll Avcauu.
Thursday Monilnsi'oTL'mber 8, 10 o'clock
Tli entire Furniture conuinoJ therein,
Purl or an il Chamber l'urnltnr.
Modi IJruKelM and Tapestry Carpet-.
IHulnc-IIooiu and Klfrlieu i'urnlltu-.
Jtlrrorrf. CUInn and WUverware,
Picture and Oll-Palntlnc.
The abOTe are nearly nw and ia excellent xhO-
Uon. Partis Iwivtng the cltr. llouKeepore, ao
not tall to attend. DjTTERMB CAa
A. E. FItASKr.AXn. Auctioneer. .
AKB3 dsllr sale" of Merchandise of rery
Bpeelsi attention and rates elfa to aale
for exfoutors. edmlnlMrslort, trorteet, asslenee
underwriters and cargoo. !
5o. 280 Second Street, Memphis, Tenn.
IX)K MALE Olt UXCILl'GE.
PLaKTATION-Fot a home in or near jiempmi,
a bottom plantation. 200 tan. 80 acres deared;
good residence, eiAoien, rauius, m 'rl
place; lUU naa ui twwi, v . T
DORs, iajs uuo iiuro owuiiv -
nl VafotA ami TntAl 1 rwit. 10 MadlAOn Cl.
MEDICATHD TAPOB BATH DfFIRMABY. For
treatment ot chronic diseases, will be coa-
Unued during me winter, oi i.w ignjw "SSrrra
US. AS- A " fc
313 Main, comer Monroe street.
U treating EYE AND BAB DISEASES. OCce-j-
32.J popiar inre.
ATUSIC TAUGHT In from slrteeo hours to
"X ,rARE- A No. 1 saddle mare,
wall salted and
VL very tost. Adcre
9ADDLEB, this office. I
DKSIBABLB BKSIDKNCB-No. 84 Court street-,
fourteen rooms, with basement; lot 4414 by
148W feet to an alley In rear. Also, Main Rtreet
inJKooM No. 1HO: lot lf4 by 74U feet Terms
' " rtftr V I11UIIU
TOONY-Or will exchange for a fme saddle-horse.
JL Apply to
DURHAM BULL. A beautiful short-hom Durham
Bull, coining 4 years old, highly pedlgreed---eleht
bead of cows In calf from name bulL Aud
3Ubead or pure POLAND CHINA PIU3. Inquire ot
M. BBEW, No. 43 Second street, or at my farm, tcti
miles south of Mtmphli, on the Chulahoma road. 1
octog P. C POWERS. '
riTIIE COCKE BE31DENCE S7 1 Vance street-Jot
JL 77 by 3K0 feet ;ou easy terms. Apply to Harris.
M'Klslck & Turley. ocf24dAw
HOUSE Brick dhClllng-house, corner oi cneior
and nullng streets, 55a Coll ouJaek Hal-
stead for terms;
10ICK APPLBS-Very choprj.
1L f. am l u J. WJ .tz x mm tu.
PLANTATION The Ploce known as the "Wa
hoo Plantation," fn Laconla Circle, Desha
county, ArKaiioai, containing five hundred and airy
acres, ubout four hundred cleared, the bulance well
tltabcrtxL A good comfortable dwelllnghouse, and
BuTflcleut cablm, with brick chimneys, for hsniU.
The above place will be sold et publlo auction, for
cash, on WEDNESDAY, Lhe hm day of November,
187C. in front of our itore, ho. 282 Fropt street,
Memphis. Tenuewe. ai 1 1 o'clock. For any further
Information fiprlf to lbs undersigned, or to MB.
DANIEL BRYAN. Laconla, Arkansas & m
BUILDING LOTS-If you wish to be Independent,
secure a home. I am now oBertnz to panlea
who wish to build, lots on the Thomajtract at one
half their value. The rent you ere uow paying will
soon secure you a home of your own. j.AWAy?
Rental and ileal Estate Agent, 8 Madison tt
CYPRESS LATH-H)00,p00 Sawed Cypress Lath,
at 81 f0 per thonstind. Ily
0 v. 1LLIAMS A CO.. Lumber Dealers.
Brewn's ote; flneg .In MQfg?fj
inn TV,- Vnnnn AI th Toler farm, oddo-
Jb 6lte Island 10, six hundred acres clear, and said 1
to be the best tract of land in Ten?ee.wl" be ,
rented low. Inquire of me. ai ain) t roni sirew, vi
to my agent, m. 1. uase, 1'lr-,'",'JJARxKR.
OTTAB Na 23S Linden street
mHH NHW BHICK dTOREHOlTSE No, 31 Madl
J. ew Mreet. next door eoet of Mahi. Inaulre of
oct24 200 Main et
TTOUSB-With 8 rooms, In good order. W Moiby. J
-O- Apply at 4.1 bfcw.tu t. .
AIN STREET HTOREUOUSH-No. 222s
Main street storehouse .to. zwv.
Main street storehouse No. 355.
Possession Immediately. ..,..
W. D. M'CALLUM, Agent. 10 Madison Et
DWELLINGS Nos. 104 and 100 Market Btr
W. D. M'CALLUM, Agent,
19 Madison street.
"TO. 35 MAIN ST.-Opposlto Court Square
K.lt ts.n,1 In thneltv.
Kn ft? Main street, second and third fiooro, Main
street entrance, fine show. Booms witn mi con-
Also, hB on fourth Coor, and desirable offices and
sloepltujroorps In the corner building, with entrance
from -ft wf Court rtr. Awlrto
1 5 Wot Couu rttef t. urnstairs.
0. 17 WEST COCBT ST.-One door from Main
IN street, suitable for shop or office, on ground
"a1bo (j&e cod sleeplngroom over the same. Ap
Dly to " JOHN M. CARMACE,
oct'j .rWeot Court street, up-btalra.
EXPOSITION BUILDINO Tho old Memphis
industrial Exposition BulldUig. Apply to
C. N. GBOS.JiOIl.
jej 204 Second street
War Dktt.. Orncs Cn. Sio. Orncss, t
WASHiaoTOK, November 7, 1 a. in. f
For Tennessee and tho Ohio valley, rising
barometer, northwest backing to southwest
wind1, stationary temperature, and partly
cloudy weathar. .
War Dep"!, Siokai. BanvicB U. S. Amrr, I
Tcbsdat. Nov. 7. 187rl, 10.-08 p.m.
Place of I
Galveston. . 30.22 T
Indianola... t 30.24 i
Louisville. .1 30.04 !
Memphis.... 30.12 j
New Orleans. 30.12
Shreveport. ., 30.22
Ylcksburg. . ..! 30.17
N. W. I
W. M'ELHOY, tiergwmt.
Porter is elected.
Carry the news to Hiram!
Wo give all our spaco to tha electioa
A big amount of monoy changed hands
on the election.
The newspaper offices wore surrounded
by excited crowd last m-rht, to hoar tha
"Tho Primitive Church" will bo the sub
ject of the bible reading in the linden-street i
Uartsaaa churcn uus evening.
Alderman Simon W. Greene yesterday
received one for governor of the State of Ten
nessee. This vote was cast by G. P. M. Tur
ner. Haverly's minstrels b?gin an engagement
at the Memphis Theater to-night. This ij
oao of tho beet troupes in the country, and
will draw full houses here. Barlow is still
Mnsana. McnrriY & Cabbt. morchandiao '
brokers, left for Cincinnati and Lousvul yes
terday on a business tour.
Mb. Henry C. Underwood, correspond
ent of tho Louisville Courier-Journal, is in the
city sending the cheering news to hia paper.
Da. A. Wbssok, su., has returned from a
triD of several weeks' absence. Hia friends
and patrons can find him at hia office, 243
Main, comer jeiierson.
Coloksl Leon Trocsdalb. state super
intendent of public instruction, is in the city,
nnd naid na a visit lat nirht. Hia hosts of
friends till be glad to fee him in good health
and in fine Fpirila over the result of the
Criminal Oonri IOjrwood. Jcdc
The following cases are sot for trial to-dajt
230. Ann Hardwick; 209, Tony Brown; 4-..
E. W. Moulton; 60, Wm. Beaurer; 346, Peter
Kelly and Aaron Young; 177, Ned Daniels;
?m ".St' "rjS'Tl
tio.oo iii r. John Stewart: '
497. Elias Reodine-: 4iT3. Louis Lanza ton; .
431, AbeHuggins; 404. Wm. WDlisji 418,
Chrh-t Johnston; Brittianna Higjrins;
&. F. M. Cook: ail. Jim Jonesi 284.
. Aiarr i
FricrBon; 2T7, Jacob Blarko; 208, Robert!
I Oorr; 2&1, Thomas Ryiw, 221. Barous Wor-?
I nan'; &2, J. B. Cook. 1
CirC CARROLL AVENUE In good repair; good a thoroush Radical tnck. equal to the laugh- . Hamilton, 16.3;
&J,1 dstem-wator and unexreptionaDie neign- , . - . Thomas as an"Indo-,164
iSflSS APP17 01 rom 26 I taU?" ' Snder cLS Theatchfulness of Total vote.
TME MKMPHIS DAILY APPBAL--WEDNESDAY, 3STO VTSMBIiR 8, 1876.
TRIUMPH IN THE CITY.
Tliu Klection Ywterdtty How It
W Conducted, and tho
Tbo Edepexideii" Manifest
Tlieir Independence by Uo
II out Glaring I'randM,
Thro ugh a Ikmd of
And Yet Casey Yoaag Iares
the City With I,04tt 3Snj6r
ity, Asainat Bloody
A Chapter of Sad Exporlencoa
with the Bndlcalu and In
dependent, and Vet Wo
are Jiost Supremely
Votea Thrown Away in Shelby
County on the Badical and
ent Crews. "
; The election yesterday ia this city was char
: acterizod by an unusual interest, and yet atr
; tended with but Uttle escitemeat. The un-
; nninnm r.f ihf pWtinn tOO Well kHOWn for
hp. TniniitudB of the issues I
inyolved havebwai so frequently and thor- ,
oughly discussed as to have become familiar
to every person. From the report appended
below it will be seen that tho vote in this city
was unusually largo. The Democratic ticket
waa not earned by Uie usual majority, and
this has been duo partially to the efforts
of Dorsey Thomas men and the general aKt
thy of rr more prominent and in
fluential citizens. Although there waa no
business done yesterday, there waa a marked
depression on the part of the Democrat, who
stood around the pons ute bo many Biienuy
terrified creatures, while the United States
marshal commissioner and deputies, with in5-t)f 57 HBi) 5U; Moore, 518; Thomp
the aid of Thomas men, impudently chal- 601i) 505. Hamilton, 508: Ramsey, 508; Mer
lemjed voters. Such imrjecility of sentiment j rimani 511.
and inanity of disposition were deplorable in j Total vote, .
the extreme on tho port of tho ' Democrats, j Tenth Ward.
1 he results m tins pry speas: lor tnemseivw,
and the frreatly reduced Democratic majority
is due to the rtepubiicaa auxmanea anu
the Dorsey Thomas ticket. Tho Republicans
and Thomas men went hand in hand, and
such an affectionate coalition of "mde
pondent" hypocrisy and malicious Radicalism
was never before witnessed in, Memphis. At
the second ward polls a United States com
missioner, with Colonel Eaton, United States
marshal, challenged Democratic voters in a
reckless and uncalled for manner, while tho
United States officers, instead of dificharfring
their sworn duty according to law, were using;
their power and prostituting their position to
such shameful work. "While he Thoiruw men
were ucing aU their power to defeat Porter,
tho deputy marshals, both white and nofrro,
were playing the role of spy, and nothing
peemil to delight the Thomas electioneerers
more than when they arrested home true
Democrat, There wad not a Federal office
holder, wliite Radical or Radical negro, from
Garrett down to the lowest typo of the species,
bnt what rood all thoir power, influence and
moans for Dorsey B. Thomas. This is a
specimen of the Thomas Demo
cracy, and this is tho manner in
which the "Independent" candidate for
governor waa run yesterday. At the first
ward polls the United States commissioner
challenged the votes of the best and longest
dwellers within that ward.
ims wa none in
of navea B Thomas,
whos henchmen were rtanebntr around with
tickets to induce men to vote against Porter. ,
Among the citizens thus challenged were !
Fritz Bender, formerly a member of tho po- j
Wca forcfl. A. Tuttle and Andy
Glenn. Tho negroes had voted "early j
and often," ana this challenging of
I mta it thA Federal officers waa done to
Mock out tho white voters and defeat Porter
tod iha regt of Denjoctic jt
three negro-js who had already voted m some
other ward. The Federal officere would have
allowed these repeaters to vote, for they wore
for Hayes and Wheeler, Randolph and
Thnmaa. a beautiful collectiouof political ox- !
! oellence. Among tho Thomas repeaters arrested :
m. eumuJimcu;, yM uuiouujiwwcu;,
Gabriel Cnbbraar (colored I, Ben Henderson
( (lored), John Grauer, Iewis Uon, George
kauser Phil Truehart (colored) and JoL
j Clark were arrested for illegal voting. 1 he
I conduct 0f the negroes at tho fifth ward was
I boisterous and noisy. Theyblocked the polls,
i and thereby prevented a large number oi per-
f 5 from voting,
lnis wua tno only unruly
place in the city, and the negroes did the vio-;
lenco ani" assembled in sujh large numbers aa
J to greatly decrease tho Republican majority
; there by blocking up the polls. Tho Radicals
did a great deal of repeating, and brought
' a largo number of negroes from Mississippi to
vote for Hayes and Wheeler. Thomas and
the city by a large majority, and doubtless
gloate over tho teat, accomplished by the
active zeal and support of the same men who
indorfco Blaino and Morton, Haycn and
Wheeler, Randolph and B. Lewis, and would
have soldiers hero like Chamberlain of South
Carolina. Moa wboprofe&3 to bo Democrats
ebould remember this fact and never forget
it. Thornaij got overy Radical vote in
in city, even tho spies of tho partisan
United Statesin ai commissioner, and
the negro spiesapproved ."boui : Lewis,
indorsed by William M. Randolph, aiid
doubtles.'j acceptable to the influential Inde
pendents, went for Thomas "tooth and toe
nail," and "strong as pizen." It waa a
sweet compound for a Democrat to swallow,
and we dare say the dose will" bo nauseating
if repeated again. The following ia the of
ficial vote of the city, and the fifth and sev
enth civil districts:
For President Tilden and Hendricks, 531;
Hayoa and Wheeler, 415.
Congressman Young, 531; Randolph, 415.
Governor Porter, 439: Thomas, 505.
Floterial Senator Williatn A. Milliken,
531; Emerson Etheridge, 415.
Flcter-William A. Collier, 531; Cecil C.
Senators J. J. DuBose, 5-20; S. C. Mad
dux, 524; Henry G. Smith, 421; Charles Kor
Representatives M. D. L. Stewart, 505;
George B. Peters, 525; Henry L. Douglass,
525; Wr. H. Nelson, 523; W. W. Coleman,
525; Thomas C. Lowe, 523. 1. M. Hill, 421;
W. R, Moore. 417; J. A. Thompson, 415;
T. A. Hamilton, 415; H. B. Ramsay, 415;
J. E. Morriman, 415.
For President- Tilden and Hendricks, 723;
Hayes and Wheeler, 205; Cooper and Carey, 1.
Congrtwsman Young, 711: Randolph, 201.
Governor Porter, 561; Tnomas, t50; Si
mon Green, 1.
notorial Senator Milliken, 763; Ktho
Floater Collier, 709: Moore, 202.
Senator-DuBose,683; Maddux,699; Smith.
214; Kortrecht, 211.
Representativei! Stewart, 680; Peters, 702;
Douglass. 700: Nelson, 701; Coleman, 702;
Lowe, 703. Hill, 215: Moore, 214: Thomp
son, 'j04; Hamilton. 203; Ramsey, 200; Mer
Total vote, .
For President Tilden and Hendricks, 937;
Hayes and Wheeler, 197.
Congrewman Young, 928; Randolph, 196.
Governor Porter, 745: Thomas, 369.
Floterial Senator Milliken, 920; Ether
Floater Collier, 910; Moore, 201.
Senators DuBose. 878; Maddux. 892;
Smith, 221; Kortrecht, 220.
Representatives Stewart. 852; Peters, 921;
Douglass, 917: "Nelson, 918; Coleman, 916:
Lowe. 916. Hill. 231: Moore, 21 1 Thomp
son, 190: Hamilton, 195: Ramsey, 196: Her
Total rote 1144.
For President Tilden and Hendricks, 948:
IJayca and Wheeler, 304 Peter Cooper ana
Congressman Young, 951; Randolph, 300.
Governor Porter, 774: Thomaa, ibB.
FlGteris! Sotor-Millikcn, 940 1 Ether
Floater CoUier, 4-lfl; Moorj 207.
Senators Da Rose, S89; Maddux, 936;
Smith. 814: Kortrecht, 320.
"cpresentaUves ijiowan, 009
"tft v V?'
Moore, SOI; Tbomp-
; mmuton, wu; iuw
Total vote, 1201.
Hayei aud Wheeler, 800: Cooper and Carey.
Congrvwanan Younff,41"; Randolph. 7S1;
(overnor Poner, 303; Thomas, 890.
Floaterial Seautor Mflliken, 408: Ktbtjr-
1 Flouter Vi!lier, -408; Moore, iW.
Senators Du liose, Maddui, 40-r:
' Smith, 80S; Kortrv-cht, 801.
Itepri-M'ntatives Stewart, 378; Peters,
, Douglaf"?. AlA; Nelson, Wi: Coleman, 4H;
I Lowe. 44: HiU, 806; Moore. 803; Thoinp
' son. 7.i; Hamilton. S01: Puinuey. 794-,;
1 Merrimaa, 78.
' Total vote. V3f.
For I'rfsidcnt Tildn and Hendrickn, 44ilj
nayea and Whooler, 320: Cooper and Carev, L.
Conpri;-mnn Younjr. 405; Itandoijth,
i Oowmnr Porter. 2f; ITiomas. 46:;.
I rlotona Senator Milliken, 53: Ethnr
I rloater Collier, 437; Moore. 323.
Sflnntor? DaBnpe, 424; Maldui. 4;17;
Smith, 332; Kortrecht, 3:W.
' lloprwentative Ste-wart.420; Petcre, 41
DouplafH, 431; Kelson, 43-"; Coleman, 434f
, Lowe, 394; Hill. S35; Moore, 353; Thomp
, son, 325; Hamilton. 3:30: Hamsay. S23: Mer
' rimui, 329.
J Totrtl TOtP, 771.
ForPreeulont Tildenand nendriclw. 29?r.
Hayos and Aeoler, 484.
Congress Ybnnpr. 291; Randolph, 41.
Governor Portflr, 228; Thomas.MO.
FlokTi.il Senator Milliken, 241: EUio.
Floater-Oollier 294: Moore. 480.
Senators DuUose, 271: Maddux, Zfy
Smith, 489; Kortrecht, 489.
ReprosentativcB Stewart,. 270: Peten
289; Douglass,289: Nelson, 289; Colemnn,295;
Lowe 233. Hill, 4S8: Moore, 489; Thompson,
479; HamUtOT, 483: Ramsay, 482; Merriman,
Totnl vote, 776.
For Preci'lent Tilden and Hendricks, (529;
Hayes and 'Wheeler, 588.
Confrrewinan Yonnp, 622; Randolph, 5ifT
GoTemor Porter, 441 : Thomae, 764.
Floterial Senator Milliken, 627; Ethe
Floater CoUier. 636; Moore, 58S.
Senators DuBose, 605; Maddm, C2.tr,
Smith, 599; Kortrecht, 595.
Reoresentativea Stewart, 604; PetrH,627t
Douglass, 624; Nelson, 627; Colenian, tKJ25
Lowe. 638. Hill. 600; Moore, 591; Thoinp-
eon, 582; Hamilton, 585; Ramaay, 584; Mer-
jiman, 554; soatterinjr, 5.
For President Tilden and Hendricks, 378;:
Havea and Wheeler, 512; Cooper and Carey, I
, Governor Porter, 297, Thomas, 593.
CongressmaB -Younsr, 380; Randolph, 50W.
Floterial Senator Milliken, 378; Hther
Floater Collier, 8S1; Moore, 50.-.
Senator DuRose,804;Maddui,380; Smithy
512; Kortrecht, 515.
liepresentaav&j btewart, Jbi; raters, J
IWdaaa. 380: Nelson, 381; Coleman, 3SJ;
- rWItat-Tilden and Hendricks. 37t?s
Hayes and "Wheeler, 775; Cooper and Cary. 31
Congressman Yonng, 379; Randolph, TiT.
Governor Porter, 25o: Thomas. 887.
Floterial Senator Milliken. 371; Ethur
idge, 781. .
Floater Collier. 880; Moore. 773.
Senators DuBoso, 3o5; Maddux. 37'J";
Smith, 783; Kortrecht, 780.
Renresentatives Stewart. 3C0: Peters. 374r
Douglass, 374: Nelson, 377; Coleman, 33; j
Lowe, 378. HIU. 784; Moore, 779; Thompson, ,
763; Hamilton, 74; Ramsey, 771; aernman,
Total vote. 1 152.
nnrtlptt iWeventb. Dldtriet'.
For Propident Tilden and Hendricks, 27tJ;
Hayes and Wheeler, 81.
Congressman Young, 276; Randolph 81.
Governor Porter, 276, Thomas, 88.
Floterial Senator Milliken, 276; Kther
idge,81. Floater Collier, 276; Mooro, 81.
Senators DuP.o-e. 275: Maddux. 276.
Smith, 81; Kortrecht. M.
Representatives Stewart, 272; Peters, 276:
Douglass. 276; Nelson, 276; Coleman, 276;
Lowe, 276. Hill, 81 : Moore. 83: Thompson,
81: Hamilton, 81: Ramev,81: Merriman,81.
Total vote, 3-r)5.
Bis sprtae nrtii Dimi ict.i
President Tildca and Hendricks, 74;
Haves and Wheeler, 164.
(jovernor Porter, 56; Thomas, 182.
Congrepsman Young, 75; Randolph, 164.
Floterial Senator Milliken, 74; Etheridge.
Floater Collier, 73
' 'ii ilfSi o -.u ; aro tho nioio ungrateful that, of all his pas
se, 74; Maddax, 74; Smith, B;onFi mMt m(wt at
164: Kortrecht. 164.
Representativea Stewart, 72; Peters, 73;
Douglass, 74; Nolson, 74; Coleman, 73; Lowe,
(O. 11111, 1M: Moore, loo; lnompson, loo;
Kamsoy, l&J: Alemman,
Tho following ia a recapitulation of tho city
vote, aaiofficially furnished by that clever and
most excellent gentleman, Ben K. Pullen.
Electors for the State-at-Large W. B.
Bate, 5668; E. A. James, 5665.
Electors of Congressional Districta H. In
gersoll, 5S65; Moses White, 5661; W. J.
Clift, 5C61; Benton M'Millan, 5661; Edmund
Cooper, 5661; Thos. L. Dodd, 5661; John H.
Moore, 5661: B. A. Enloe, '.5659; G. W.
Smithed, 5661; J. W. Clapp, 5664.
Governor James D. Porter, 4357.
Contrress Casev Young. 5648.
Senator (Shelby, Fayette and TiptonV W.
A. Milliken, 5600.
Floater (for Shelby and Fayette) W. A.
Senator: (Shelby county) M. D. L. Stew
art, 5334; George B. Peters, 5597: Henry L.
Douglass, 5586; W. H. Nelson, 5598, W. W.
Coleman, 5623; Thomas C. Lowe, 5005.
Electors for State-at-Large Henry S.
Foote, 4609; A. H. Pettibone, 4610.
Congressional Electors (by districta) Al
fred A. Taylor, 4605; L. C. Houck, 4604; J.
W. Ramsey, 4604: W.W. Goodpasture, 4603;
J. A. Warder, 4606; Joseph R. Dillin, 4606;
A. M. Hughes, 4001; George W. Shipman,
4606; W. M. Hall, 4606; Thomas 1). El
dridgo, 4(509. 4
Governor Dorsey B. Thomas, 5819.
Congress Wm. M. Randolph, 4597.
Senator (for Shelby, Fayette and Tipton)
Emerson Etheridge, 4636.
Floater (for Shelby and Fayette) Cecil C.
Moora (colored). 45S0.
Senator (Shelby county) Henry G. Smith,
4691; Chas. Kortrecht, 4689.
ltepresentaiiyfc (Shelby county) I. M.
Hill, 4703; Wm. R. Moore, 4c)76; James A.
Thompson (colored), 4512; Thomas A. Ham
ilton, 4588 j R, H, Ramsey, jr., 4568; J. E.
are as Mows: Tilden and Hendricks, 1055;
Casey Young (Dem.), 1049: Dorsey B.
Thomas (Rep.), 1562; W. A.MiUikintDem.),
964; W. A. CoUier (Dem.). 1062; J. J. Du
Bose (Dem.), 690; T. .C. Maddux (Dem.)
ttJl. "Y 11 I. Sfcnurnrl. fDfira.l. G'26: Georira
B. looters I Dem.), 829; H. L. Douglass (Dem.), f
878; W. H. Nelbon (Dem.), 890; W. W. j
Coleman (.Uein.), VA; 1. u. low luem.j,
The entire Democratic ticket ia elected m
thin county. Mr. Young's majority wiU
doubtlesa be from 500 to 1000 in tie district,
possibly mors. Thomas (Rep.) carries 8helby
county, but is defeated throughout tha State
by a crushing majority.
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That must be a glorious place to livo in; no
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Here on earth. Civilization enforces on all
humanity within it? influence a penalty. That
penaltyis wcknessof many kimia and differing
m degreea. Unsociabih'ty, fretfulnew, anger,
ill temper, rude manners, distrust, bad lan
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faculties and unsoundniea of mind and body,
uro somo of its cemwquenoes. Relief can w
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Webr.ted Hwbs Etsmaci Bfctwt. 1
A COXFIBEXCE WOMS.
Arrest of Sir. Mary A-Gibson In Jar
mr City Her KxtwutlTe Opera.
tlonM Weveral Gentleaun
Vlatlxalzed la Lttrs
New York Times, 0th. J
Considerable excitement luu been created
in .lewy City bv the arrest of Mrs. Mary A.
Gibson, alias Mrs. Hanson, on a charge of
1 carrying on extensive confidence operations.
iwo years ago sue presenuxi nerseii ui uj
hat entablUhment of Isaac Pannenter. bearing
from aJnend of Mr. Parmenter in Philadel
phia a'letter of introduction. Tho letter ex
plained that she was largely interested in
property in Now York, and desired his aid
and ailvicn in adjusting afiairH connected
with it. She told M r. Parmenter that she had
learned from New Y'ork city official? that
some lota on Ninety-second street had been
sold for taxes, and one hundred and fifty dol
lars was needed to relea-xj them. She had
one hundred dollars, and Mr. Parmenter lent
her tbo remainder. Sho subsequently
l,l him that she had fallen heir
tn n larce. inheritance, valued at
av.'n hundred thousand dollars, in Germany;
that a wealthy relative. Rev. Francis Xavier
Wolff, bishop of JJaden, had uieu, leaving
her soln heir to his vast estate : that Cardinal
M'Closkcy had taken charge of the estate for
her, but that tho want of ready money pre
vented her from prosecuting her claims; that
sho needed cash to pay tho expenses attend
ing her identification, etc. Upon these rep
resentation) sho succeeded in victimizing Mr.
Parmonter to the extent of about five hun
dred dollars. Her lmportunines becamo so
frequent that Parmenter finally mistrusted
her, and inquiries concerning her in Phila
delphia discovered that she waa a notorious
confidence, operator. He endeavored to pro
cure her indictment in Philadelphia, but thQt
grand jury refused to act, as her operations
had been confined to Jersey Latrr. oho
was not coen in Jersey City till
last eumruer. At tho Union Hill
Schutzen park sho became acquainted with
Judge F. T. Farrier, Horaoo, hw brother, and
Samuel and John Garrefson. She told to
shorn ihn utirv nf her German wealth, and
becamo quite a favorite with them. They
drove out with her frequently and took her
to all the points of interest in Hudson county.
Sho sTiceeded in fleecing Samuel Garreteon by
means of a power of attorney authorizing him
to act as her ugent in the management of her
large estate. In sums varying from five
hundred to one hundred dollars, he lent her
the aggregate- of about fifteeen hundred
dollars. Sho placed in the hands of
Horaco Farrier two heavily-sealed yellow
envelopes bearing the address of Cardinal
M'Cloflkoy. "These," she said, "contain the
papers which entitlo me to my vBit inheri
tance in Germany. They are, asyou see, ad
dressed to Cardinal M'Closkey, and. of course,
I have not dared to qiien them. I leave them
with vou, so that if in my travelings I should
be killed, my property will be secure to the
dear friends 1 leave behind me. " Farrier
accepted them, and regardinghem as ample
security for whatever motrijTS ho might
advance, subsequently advanced her
fifteen hundred dollaw. When
the envelopes were opened yesterday
they were each found to contain a blank sheet
of pap?r. On Thursday last Parmenter en
countered the woman in Jersey City, and
called tho attention of tho police to the fact
that he had been swindled by her. The true
character of tho woman waa also represented
to Mr. Garreteon, and he learned from Cardi
nal M'Closkey that no such woman had ever
been heard of by htm. Mr. Garreteon went
at onco before Justice Keese, and a warrant
waa issued for her arrest. Inspector Murphy
went to Philadelphia, and found the woman
' 1? j . i i -v- mm r-i
I street. She at first objected to leaving Penn
sylvania without a requisition, but was finally
prevailed upon to accompany tho officer to
Jersey City. She arrived there on Friday
evening;, and waa locked up to await an ex
amination. TIIIEBS AXD 3f TIAHOX.
The Statettmaa and Historian Snubbed
by the Marshal A Just ItebnUe.
In a recent number of tho Paris Figaro i
an article apropos of the late General Letal
licr Valaza, in which the writer relates a con
versation ho had with the deceased senator.
"The conversation turned upon M. Thiers,
for whom tho general had a passionate admi
ration. 'What an intellect 1 said he, 'or
rather what a universal genius 1 And how
wrong you are to attack him 1 If you listened
to him an inatant you would lw forced to give
tor no one can resist sncn a mnni ion
for military affaire. This is what you are all
kmorant of in the army.' 'How fortunate
1 envy me. I ou nave everyuung; you are a
great author, a great orator, great states
man, and now Chiof of the State. M. Thiers
answered, 'How willingly would I give up aU
to have the right to wear such rrulitary dis
tinctions in the hour of battle.' And you
should have heard hia voice tremble aa ho
nmTinnnr"d those words. Thu is whv he
i wished to force a command upon me during j
! the commune he wanted to direct tho roa
! neuvers in my namo. Hia dream woe to I
storm Paris and enter amidst bombu and ,
musket (Jioia. At tho outfit all wont on as '
gmoothly aa possible. M. Thiers, however, j
waa incessantly intenenng in muiiary mac
tors. 'M. lo Marochal, we must do thia: M.
le Marechal, we must do that, I understand
the army, and I know the feeling of the poI
diers.' MacMahon did not answer a word.
I said to M. Thiers, 'Take care, M. le Preai
denCtako carej I know tho Marshal; ha will
burst out. 'No! no! o'est un brave garcon!
I am very pleased with him very pleased.
He known that I understand these matters;
and when I make an observation to him he
bays nothing.' 'On that very account, M. le
Preaidentj ho ia oil the more dangerous.
Theso patient, cilent natures are terrible when
they do burst out.' In fact, aa I anticipated,
one fino diy, in tho heat of tho battle. M.
Thiers drives up in hia carriage, alights has
tily, and runs after the staff: 'M. le Mare
chal,' cried he, in his piercing voice,
'stop; you are making a mistake. I know
thebe fortjficationa weU; it waa I who built
them! I wiU teU you aU about itr-just listen.'
The Marshal remained some time without
answering; looking vaguely, like a man
at a loss for words. 'M. lo President,' he
burst out at last, 'be off from here,' 'M. le
Marechal, M. le Marechal! Hownow what's
this? You forget!" repUed M. Thiera. The
marshal replied, "M. le President, go back to
your bureau, uo ana sign my dismissal
Send another ireneral here, and I will give ud '
my command fohim. We have known many j
huinihatious, but we have never reached tuch
a pitch Unit a marshal of France should obey
a cockney, a bourgeois!' I shall never forget
ii. Ihieru s face on returning to his carnage.
He said, 'Did you see, Valaze, did you hear
that?' 'Oh yes, M. le President, you would
not behave me.' 'But what- is the matter
with him, what has seized him what fit?'
'It was easy to foresee, I have constantly
warned you. . 'But up to now he waa so def
erential, ho baid nothing.' 'Ah! in a bureau,
in face of the chief of the State, it was not the
6aine thing. You come bothering him in the
very act of command; he is angry.' ' Well,
weii,(' said M. Thiers, getting into his car
riage, 'dont make a noise about the aHair;
it might do him harm. He is a brave soldier,
and f bear him no ill will for it.' 'I agree,
indeed, with you, M, le President, that it
would bo butter to say noUiingabout ik And
bo tho aflkir ended."
Willliam Wheatley, the actor, died at
No. 120 East Twenty-third street in New
York, Friday. Bays the World, of Saturday:
Mr. Wheatley s career as an actor has been
a long and successful ono as light comedian
and aa leading man. Ho waa born in New
York city December 5, 1816, and was, conse
quently, nearly sixty years old, His first ap-
Eearancc on the stage was made when ho was
ut ten yeanuold as "Albert" in William
Tell," at the Park- theater, during the en
gagement of Mr. Macready, who was so
much pleased with him that he prevailed on
his parents to permit him to take the lad on a
professional tour through tho States to repre
sent the Famo character. On his return to
New York, Tom Thumb wa giHtea up by
Manager Simpson expressly for him at the
Park. In 1842 he was ono of tho Walnut
street company at Philadelphia, In 1843 he
bade farwell to the stage temporarily, engag
ing in businenJ in Wall street for a while;
then vifiitin!r Central America, where ho
hoisted tho first American flag at Virgin bay. '
Returning to this country, ho re-appeared j
la Chpstrmt street theater, and "- .. ,
- ----- , iuuu uu
joined with John Drew in tho management
of tho Arch street theater, at PhiMelphia,
and when Mr. Drew withdrew from tho
rnanagonient two years later Mr. Wheatlev
I continued it, associating with himself after
1858 Mr. J. S. Clarke. This arrangement
I continued until 1861, when Mr. Wheatley
j became Bole manager of the Continental thea
ter of Philadelphia. This did not last long,
and in 18S2 he returned to this city and as
sumed tha management of Niblo's Garden.
ilo managed the famous combination of
James W. Wallack, jr., E. L. Davenport and
WheaUor, and produced several plays, among
others The, Duka'a Motto. August 81,
1888, ho retired from active life, having mado
a fortune, and since then ha has Jived is ro
Urd aa at Cooay Island.
OMlaa C DoAz,
The iknth of Osalan B. Dodrre fa erirrcmntiod
from London. Mr. Dodge was born in Cay-
J.A?F lorjL m Octofer. 1820. Ia.
you are to wear tneao nonorai muq no one
day. playing with my epanlettee. "Nonsense,
M. le President,' I replied: 'surely you cannot
setu, and waa for some time engaged in the
show business with a man named Convers.
On the first appearance of Jenny Lind in
Boston he made himself somewhat notorious
by paying five hundred dollars for a single
seat ticket. In 1851 he went to London as a
delegate to the World s peace convention.
In literary and journalistic circles he made
many friends, his sketches on Palestine,
Egypt, and Assyria, over the nom de plume
of "Ivan Ort'naving attracted much atten
tion in Europe. Ho was noted as on excel-.
lent writer of comic songs.
Loxdos, November 6. A Times tlispatch,
from Rome, says Cardinal Antonelu was
transacting business with tho Pope on Sun
day, when ho was seized with a severe attack
of gout in the client- He was carried to liis
room, but refused to lxJievo that death was
approaching. At last he consented to receive
the wcrament, but was unable to swallow.
Ho expired at fifteen minutes after seven on
Monday morning, shortly nfter pending a
mengo to the poi asking for his blessing,
anil imploring pardon for all the faults he
might have committed during his administration-
The fortune left by tho cardinal will bo
divided among tho members of his family.
His fine collections of gems, antiquities and
works of art he has left to the Vatican mu
seum. New York, November 7. A special dis
patch from Rome, relating tho circumstance
attending the death of Cardinal Antonelli,
says his death was peaceful. Alwut his bed
side were gAthered his relations and many ot
his colleagues in tho college of canlinals. fhe
last momenta were comforted by tha apostol
ic benediction and other religions rites. The
cardinal was seized Sunday with a sudden at
tack of gout in the chest, while in the pres
ence of his holinew, giving an account of tho
soma received from Swinish pilcrinis. The
noT)o ureatlv affected bv the suddenness of
his illustrious servant's prostration, and his
eminence was, by direction of the pope, car
ried to an adjoining apartment. Thopopo
sent for his own physician, who at once do
clared all hope gone. The sacred emblems
then narfaken of bv the dying cardinal,
and tho popo retired for a short time to
aTiother part of the palace. Hia holiness,
howovcr, ugain visited tho sufferer, and re
mained by his bedside for somo time, giving
his benediction before retiring. Long after
midnight Cdinal Antonelli sent the prelate
to the popo, asking for pardon for all invol
untary 'offenses. He lingered along, at times
suffering intense agony, until daylight, then
the vital energies seemed wholly exhausted,
and nt seven o'clock Cardinal Antonelli was
dead. In the cafes the cardinal's death is the
universal theme, vnd expressions of grief and
regret ore universal. ' Tho sudden prostration
of the cardinal creates great consternation in
the Vatican. The cardinal's property and
personal effecta are bequeathed to his kindred.
His large and valuable cabinet of "Bric-a-Brac,"
paintings and cut and uncut precious
stones are left to the museum of the "Vatican.
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104 bleached sheeting at 25c.
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Otto Schwill & Co., Fe?dsmen, removed to
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Fur beaver overcoat for $12 50, worth $22,
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of Physicians, Montreal, writes: "I havo I
recommended Colden's Iiebitr's Extract of ,
T- -o j rr T i . . il. I . l I
nee i anu ionic invnroraior um luo iit.fi prepa
ration used for Debility, Iniligestion, Djupep
ia, Fever, Ague, and Load of Appetite." 0.
W. Joues & Co., agents.
A YocTn'a Publication. For lialf a
ccntaiT tho Youth's Companion-, of Boston.
has ben published. It waa started in 1827,
l urVWn .Vnm. nf lia V,Tnrrlifqf .ml i,,naf l
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Truly a Sacrifice!
50 pieces English dress poplins at 8c per
Irom auction. ineegww";"'j'
Neuralgia "Neuril" cures it. Sold by
G. W. Jones k Co., Memphis.
WHITE HOUSE LEVEE,
MARCH 4. 1877,
DBS. A. WESSOX & SOXS,
MAIN STREET. TEETH EXTRACTED
painless by Laughing Gas. Call and get
11 full Set of Teetn lor siu.
Children's teem regu-
ulnt9d with care, on reasonabw terms.
BY virtue of a trust deed made by A. J. White, re
corded In Chattel Book No. 8, page 331. 1 will,
On WedneHday, December 13, 1870,
between 1 1 o'clock a.m. and 12 o'clock, on the prem
ises, sell the property, thereby conveyed, as follows,
viz: The Fort Pickering Saw and Planing Mill, sit
uated on the bank of the Mississippi river. In Fert
Pickering, consisting of the Building, Steam-engine,
Boilers, Shlngle-machlne. Planer, Matcher. Edgers,
Lath nnd Boltlne-saws. Bnttlnz-saws. Bolts. Shaft
ing, etc. etc. Including all the machinery of every
kind and description contained In the said mill and
building. Terms, easn.
noH A. LYTLB, Trustee.
FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS.
V. H. Mnll For Osceola. Xew Madrid,
Hickman, Cairo and St. L-ouln.
Steamer CITY OF CHESTER.
James A. Yore master,
Leaves THURSDAY, Nov. Utn, at 5 p.m.
Bup't Mississippi Blver Elevator Company.
FOR LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
Memphis and Cincinnati Paeket Com'y
FOR CINCINNATI AND LOUISYILLK.
James I. Parker,
Tin. Tlchenor master C. B.BusseU derk
Will leae WEDNESDAY, Nov. 8th, at fi p.m.
OX AXI AFTKtt THIS DATE.
The Steamers of this line wul
LE.1VE POSITIVELY ot 5 p.m. Sha rp
For particulars apply to
B. W. LIGUTBURNE. Gen'l Sup't, 2M Front:
Cincinnati and Xew Orleann Packet.
For Cairo, E-ansvllle, Louisville and Cincinnati.
O. P. Shlnkle master,
Leaves as above THIS DAY, Nov. 8th, at 5 p.m.
For freight or passage apply to
It P. GLENJi, Agent, on WharfboaL
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Memphis and New Orleans Freight Packet For
Vlckaburg, Natchez, New Orleans and all way
and bend landings Steamer
J. F. Hicks master.
Leaves THIS- DAY, Nov. 8th, at 5 p.m.
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 300 Front st
For Ylcksburg, Natchez, New Orleans and all way
ana uenu lanuings steamer
A. . jOonally,
II. N. Hart . master.
Leaves as above FRIDAY, Nov. 10th, at 5 p.m.
For freight or passage apply to
R. P. GLENN. Agent, on WharfboaU
For White, Black and Little Red Rivera.
Memphis, White and Blaek Blvers V. S.
For Indian Bay, SL Charles, Clarendon, Devalls
Blufi, Des Arc, Augusta, Jacksonport, West Point,
Searcy, Batesvllle, Powhattan and Pocahontas.
The elegant passenger steamer
I Xrt?mO J1G1U11II3 U1U1 UfllUlWiIl.UlMU.,WU-
nectlng with steamer MoARTHUB for all points on
Through rates of freight and passage to all points
on macK anu mte rivers.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 300 Front st.
R. P. GLENN. Aeent. on Wharfboat.
Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be handled
free of storage, drayage and commission, and put
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
For Marlanna, Alligator Bayou and the Cut-off,
connecting with the light-draught steamer LOW
WATER for Wlttsburg and all points on the upper
SL Francis river Steamer Osceola. 8. Basket,
master, leaves as above every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply
on board, particular attention paid to oena pusinegs.
For Helena. Phillip's Bayou, Marlhnna, Westward
Alligator Bayou, Cut-off and aU way landings. The
elennt passenger steamer
T. It Bowman ...master I Les Ware clerk
Leaves every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 5
p.m. For freight or passage apply on board.
Fulton and Osceola Semi
G. Andrews master 0. K. Joplln clerk
MONDAY, THURSDAY and
For freight or passage apply on board.
FUR ARKANSAS RIVER.
Independent Arkansas River Packet For Pine Bluff,
Wild Cat and Intermediate Points.
Steamer MAUMELLE, JL-uJIm
A. M. Woodruff master
SATURDAY, October 28th, Steamer RUTH will
receive freight for all landings on Arkansas river as
above, giving through bills lading at regular rates,
reshlpplng at Terrene on llghvdraught steamer
MAUMELLE. Shippers can rely on freight going
through without detention. Send freight to Glenn's
Wharfboat as usuaL A. M. WOODRUFF,
Master Steamer Maunielle.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
For AuctiHta, JnekHonport. Went Point,
Hearey nnd all Way PolntH.
The Regular Independent Packet,
HARD CASH, iu
Ed. G. Posfcil ..Captain
Will leave Memphis EVERY TUESDAY afternoon,
at fi o'clock. Through bills of lading to all points
I mi upper White and
iper White and Black rivers.
Apply for freight or passage to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 300 Front St.
R. P. GLENN. Agent, on Wharfboat.
FOR CHICOT AND ARKANSAS CITY.
r H ,,,,,. ArUansaf4 CUv. chleot.
Xapoleon, Jb'rlarn l'olut and Ilelena,
The elegant passenger packet
Stacker Lee master
Making all n ay Landings in the Bends.
Leaves EVERY MONDAY and THURSDAY at 5
J. T. WASHINGTON,
Freight Agent. 800 Front street
For VlekMburj: and all Way Landlnen.
The elegant and swift passenger steamer
M. R. Cheek.. .. master. J. W. Speers clerk
Leaves Memplun every TUESDAY at u p.m., con- ,
nectlng with the R E LEE for New Orleans, and.
Parlsot Line for points on Yazoo river.
t2r7 Freights consigned to the Cheek Line for
steamer Illinois will be received at Glenn's Wharf
boat at all time.
For' Helena and Friars Point.
The elegan passenger steamer
GEO. W. C5IEEK,i
Nat. S. Green master j D. P. Davis clerk
Leaves b,i above MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and
FRIDAYS, at fi o'clock p.m.
Particular attention paid to freight aud passengers
for Council Bend and St. Francis river.
For Jfonth White Iliver and Klvcrton.
The elegant passenger steamer
A. J. WHITE,
George Malone . . master i j A. L. Cummins. . .clerk
Leaves as above everz MONDAY and THURSDAY
throughout the season.
octH GKQ. W. CH5EK. Butft
F6R "NEW ORLEANS.
3Ienithf, A'eivv OrlentiH and the Bendu,
SEASON OF 1870-7,
Leaves Memphis, Wednesday, November 15th.
Leaves Memphis, Wednesday, November 2VUl
leaves Memphis, Wednesday, December 13th.
Leaves Memphis, Wednesday, December 27tb.
Leaves Memphis, Wednesday, January 10th.
Leaves Memphis, Wednesday, January VM&
February 2 lt.
And" evr' alternate WednesdaT durlne the season-
Hour of departure 15:30 p.m., on arrival of trains
from Louisville and the East.
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent,
ocll) .HOP Front street
MemplilN and Xew Orleans Packet for
tue rseanon nteauier
or icWDurg, .vawaez nnd hew Orleaat.
Leaving TUESDAY, November 7th, and ever alter
nate Tuesday duruur the season, making all bend
and plantttlon lan?iqss. Ehlppers can rely on the
strictest ntventlan to-alf way business,
j.'T. Washington. :iOO Front street.
jierunhls nnd Xew Orlean
.a 1 u.
H I'arlint ror
the Heanon Mteamer
Grand IXepuhlic, jgggS
W. Thorwelgaa. . ..master , G. Mlltenberger . .clerk
For VlckBburg, Natchez, New Orleans, all way and
bend landlngi, Helena, Friars Point and White
river, leaving Memphis,
Wednesday; October i8ih. at a n.m..
and every alternate Wednesday during the cotton
season, ftmppers nna
planters can rely on the
strictest punctuality msil bmeM Intrusted to her
are. j. i; wa3MI.mto.n, Agent,
ST Call at the ofttco Dr. A. W. Wesson
Honv if your teeth need attention. These gentle
men stood at the head of the DENTAL PROFES
SION in Memphis, and do work cheaper that you
can get it done elsewhere. They are responsible
men, and guarantee each and every dental operation
performed ot their office.
EST" 243 Main street, comer Jefferson.
Merrill's Washing Compound!
The Jreat tnlior-Maver Haven Time.
Haven Labor, Saves the Clothes !
OWING to Illness, past few days, the aent of
the above COMPOUND has not been able to
make bis second call on ladles who have the Com
pound on trial. Any ot them wanting It, before he
may call, can get a box of It of Duffy Carey. 2tKJ
Main street, or Buckham A Co.. 1 1H Beale. comer of
Hernando. They also nave sample packages to give
out All houskeeiiers are urged to send for one
and give It a fair trial Io not allow prejudice to
prevent you. J. P. FBESCOTT, Agent
Ailraciions in 0
LADIES' AND MISSE1
OllB ll i
Ladle' Costumes at 88, 89. 510, 820, &25. Special attrac
tions in DRESS WOODS iiav "Celebrated"
IJIiACKL AJffi COS.OKKD
of the llnest wool and elegnnt finish. Klettni Soodt Jn FrencJi.
Dreas CioodM for PolonaiscH. Inspectioii Is invited, as they
are offered at UijUHuaJ-y lioiv Price?.
Successors to TAYLOR, RADFORD
NO. 369 FKONT STRESS, -
Wlnshlp's Improved Gin; price, S3 50 per Saw. Vt'inshlp's Hand. Horse and Steam
Power Tresses; prices from SHO to 82110. Brook's Press. Guni-BelliHfronUand.
TF. A. WILLIAMS.
NORTH FRONT STREET.
' MJWMP J EIS, TKSTN.
PACKING- BOXES of ATJL KIXI on I1A1VI
A. VAGCAEO & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS,
Xo. 334 Front street, 3Ie2japhis.
TV. W. tiVY.
J. 12. H'CIiEMxAX.
Cotton Factors and Gommi
26Q and 20 Front
Importers and Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Nos. 347 Front street, 3325aplils, Tenn.
Are receiving Largi
Are receiving Largo Additions
THE HANDSOMEST AND MOST COMPLETE
Uue ever offered In this city, to stilt all taste
and Bees. Also,
Writing Desks, Albums,
Gold and SlUer Perforated Boards,
Embossed Picture Ornaments,
Tearl (Joods, Presentation Bibles,
Hymn Books end Prayer Rooks,
Standard Books, in Fine Bindings, Etc.
NEW G00DS,M0DERATE PRICES
JOHX C. SCBOXCE, ABB 31. 5f
Marshall county. Miss. WITH DeScto ahty, Mfcw.
MOOEE, EMERY & GO.
Grocers, Cotton Factors, Gom'sn Merchants,
332 Front street, MeinpMs, Tean.
JESE MOB BE, JAS. B.
Corner Second hik! JnekH Street,
T HAVE TnE LATEST
'ottoH Gin and Clennrs. Planters la the vtelo-
Uy of Memphlo. anil on the rivers where good Gtes
are not convenient, can have metr gtnntiK mm
here, ami rely on having their vorK iKn fn ts best
manner. All oHfc'M will fin.v eovered by
InNurasice. free o! eharse. rsufes wtH be fr
nlsltett to iwrtles blpliiK toni .ltis. My rates wtll
be as hnv as any r ilable psWML-hm''iit tot Um rKy,
and my ifona can rely upon prompt and hoomt
work. W&. BENJES.
ORGILL BROTHERS CO.. Agents,
:il0 and ".12 Front Street.
B. K. PLJ.1N
COKXEIl ftAYOSO A?,D SECOND STREETS.
A. B. VACCARO
r. c. pajjk:
to their attractive vto,-fc of
The IiOCTest Prices I
STANTON & MOOilE),
E1IEKY. CHAS. A. XOOBS,
D & GO
U UflTTHAY 1 J