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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL--STJNDAY, ' DECEMBEE 31, -1876.
i s7L "'fi aafi Great
) the Hoipe
and fit over
r ail hittehlne
PMlatfcalr 10 thB Trade Men' ami
Bow par b"d Wool lint. Boot,
f Shorn, Ktc
Atincllon, hj A. E. FrankLind,
Taeafornlng. Jan.gd. at IP o'clock.
tajS dally Mlea of Mtfchaodlse of every de
aiptla Special attention and rates elrea to sale
for eaoJtors, administrators, busies, assignees.
tiers and cargoes.
Second Street, Memphis, Term.
I A rood seoond hand piano, cbean.
re at &14Vt Main street.
6E AND LOT With 7 roor.it. cisterns, all
teisiry out-housea, m good repair. larce lot,
r nade. .no. .i iiosoy streei.
I WASHINGTON. 300 Front rt.. cp-ttrdrs.
IDING-HOUSE-No. 243 Second atreet
No. 102 Jones avenue.
No. 200 nemando ttreet.
So. sua Vance street.
No. 1(4 Pontotoc street.
No. 7.T.1 Main street.
No. 208 DeSoto street.
Ijssett Farm, onLoosa-nalc&le iher; 7 miles
t; acres ncn groano.
ierrlll Farm, 7 miles north of city and 3
1 of Ralelgb: about 2.o acres cleared,
imi Farm, on north Horn Lake. occupied
ly a. P. Montana as n fishery ; about 80 acres
Appiy to u. i uuiun r v1..
31 South Court street
Rrren acres land. Kith a cood residence and
Exssarr outbnlldlngs. Apply at lr3 Adams St.
10ITBE From the first of January. 1877
l Erie storehouse. No. 15 Union street, form
uplea by wo. it. i oore a uo. Appiy w
IES1DENCE No. Second street, In thor-
I oufu repair una newy painwa. Appiy to
rOUSE With eight roows, &4 Mosby.
4-t Seeona sireeu
rrWEELLINO To suit Use times, two three-story
fXJ dwellings, lately riuotato. One of 12
rooms and one 14 rooms, .101. lai ana iou aiaai-
m street, Greenlaw Blocfc apmtw
A. G. DENNIS. 2S2 Main street.
rTVHZ NEW BB1CK STOHEEOl'SE-No. 31 Madl
JL eon street, not door east of Stain. Inquire of
oe24 200 Main st.
TTtXPOSmON BUILDING The old Memphis
XU Industrial Exposition Buiioms.
a n. (jEOSvenob,
2M Second street.
MARE On the 18th lnst, a bay mare. Owner
can have same by paying charges and proving
pfsperty. ORANGE CuLEMAN, JE. Enley's farm,
elect rollta from the city.
KOOHS AXI) BOARD.
)001tS Kewly furnished, cheap, at Gait House,
ill iiain Also. anv-ooaruers; references.
.-With unfurnished front room, for gen
ii and wife. In a private tamny, conven-
lindo street cars, inquire Jiaaison.
can De naa ai bv jiaaiaon stncu
WOOMS AND BOABD In a private faml-
UHl Union street, three gquarea rrom Mam.
IND LODGING For families or single
let Beferenees wanted.
) BOOMS With board. Day-boarders
. at 100 Madison rtreet
NIETBOOK Brown (leather pocketbook, oon-
taung between siu:aca szv ana a lew papers.
" filer wl 1 be liberally rewarded byrelomlDg
i38 to 690 Main st W. GREENE.
MV MASONIC PIN-The finder wUl be llber-
i ftiewarded by leafing same at
TABLE CLOTH Between Poplar and
Jlaln st. about n on night oi uin.
'ODD COUNTY LANDS
Ftrads from 50 to 500 acres.
V. D. McCALLUM, Agent
Lieoond-hand hacks, all newly
kood repair; win seu cneap at
21 xnira sireei.
Fibst PnnsiiYTERiAN Cmmcn Corner of
rd and raptor tlmu. Services at 11 a.mana
in. iiev. .Eugene vaiuex, pasiur.
ir Presbtterian Cauncii Corner
e. street. Services at 11 a.m. and
it. Dr. W. E. Boggs, pastor.
Cntr.cir. Opened to day for
rrlw SuWect of discourse In tho momlnc.
rtranfxiM of Pi escribed Forms of Prcver:" In
he evening "The Freedom of Faith."
VSt, Peteh's Cnuncn High mass at 10:30
m;.Muslc uaydn's " jrsi iiass.- unenory so-
" St; Lazabus (Episcopal) Cnuncn. Snn-rfaSchoolataaOa-m.
Services at 8 a.m.. 11 a.m.
aajt7U10 p.m. Chas. a Parsons, rector. Heats tree.
GjUte Cuuncn Uernando street. Rev.
J. CarmlchaeL rector. Seats free. Service and ser
mon by the bishop of Arkansas at 11 o'clock a.nL
No second service.
Central Baptist Cnuncu (colored)
OOunev ttreet, Jxtuxrn Linden arA J'ontotoc Services
at 1 1 n.m and 3 and 7SJ0 tun. Bev. Wm. H. Phil
St. John M. E. Cmmcn Corner of Vanee
and JAaderdalt ttrteti. Rev. J. E. Cole, pastor.
Services at 11 a.m., by Bev. W. Shlmmln. Sunday
FoitT Pickering M. E. Cmmcn-Corner
rSaUi and Jackxm strertj. Sunday-school at 10
servlcts at 7 o'ciock p.m. in memory ot
G. L. Holt. J. E. uoie, pastor.
Fntsx B.utist Cntntcn. Preachinp at
1 1 am. and 7 era. by the pastor. Dr. Lofton.
LrxDEv Street CintisnAN Cmntcu.
Sunday services, morning and night, In the lecture-
itwm. n arm anu conuunaoie.
St. IIaky's Cathedral (Episcopal)
Servlcfti at 7 and 11 a.m.and7s)0p.m.,byBev.
George C Harris, rector.
First Metiiodist Ciruncn Rev. S. B.
uratt, pastor. Services at J 1 a.ra. and 7:15 p.m.
btxuh-scnooi aiutfua.ro. osais uw.
lORCtt Ob' TIIE OCOD SlfEl'HERD (EpIS-
,) ChtfMa sunday-scnooi at y a.m, itivine
..til ti tn nnA . -1 n m
Lmanxel uacncit. .vorsuipping at
i hall, Beale street Service ascsuaL
jSNTRal SIetiiodist Cnxitcn Union st.
KT-ectool at a.m. eemres ai 11 .w. vj
If es A. iieara, pasior.
Ks'OREOatiokal Church Untmx
. B. Millard, pastor. Bemces ai
Lbath-school at V Ao 8.10.
t-Preacblng af 1J rtta. and 7:15
tisT Cucncir Sec ond street,
;at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.oyur.
rnooi ai uuu a.m.
t CncTtcn Xear corner
Sunday-school at MHO
! J J a.m. and " p.m. byReV. J.
Ireet irETnomsr CncEcn.
C " 't . -'n .. n
FrREET JlETnODIST ClIURCn
rat II and 7 p.m., by Rev. J.
To-morrow will bo Kew Year's day.
lecp year gas meters -wrapped up with
blankts to prevent freezing.
rLejUe's Popular Monthly and American
Agriculturist for January, at Hansford's.
-The festive snow-baller was not as nu
merous yesterday as on Friday. A little of
that Hcti cf grant goes a long way.
The trains cm U;e Hem phis and Louis
rillu railroad are running all right, the snow
only making a temporary obstruction.
Sleighing vas f$U in order yesterday
d last ftight, and no doubt every street will
gngqu wiui sieiguing parties 10-oay.
Manning, amslcd at Austin.
dtii complicity in tho murder of
us been admitted to bail on bonds
names Tree tcgislered on the
at the stahonhouso last night.
that the list embraced quite a
in search of Snndav readincr be
' on Mans&nJ, corner Second and
lartrcsr seleciton of readinsr
southern States can be found
langler, 37CMain street, has re-
IasIxc's Popular Monthly lor
muni ttegxiter, ana a lull
ter, an Appeal carrier,
;on ront tow, early
bed and fell flown ine
Coleman's office and
ining newsdealer at
keiptoi late papers,
Bps tn ET.QCK a anu
&U the rsikoads
ly. The Jacfison
llertarted at the
fit was tb&only
treme test of heat and cold. lie is agen'
for tlie sale of them to our merclianU, etc.
To-day, December 31st, is the anniversa
ry of tie battle of Murfreesboro 1863
which many ot the Appeal readers in Ten
nessee and Xorth Mi&gisiirjm well rememlier.
The cold weather of to-day is similar to that
suserea on mat occasion, ueneral Chalmers
was wounded in that fight.
The streamer stretched across Main street
yesterday, bcaitng the words "The Romance
of a Poor Young Man." attracted a treat deal
of attention". It is the title of tie pleasing
nrama to if presented at the 1 heater by the
Chickasaw Guards and their lady fnends
next Friday and Saturdav evenings. The ad
vertisement elsewhere gives particulars.
A white woman, giving her name as
Jennie M'Lean, caused the arrest of Andrew
1'ancoast last night, charging him with as
saulting her with a knife. Pancoast was
locked up, and Jennie was held as a witness,
upon tie fact that she had made such com
plaints on previous occasions and refused to
appear before tie recorder's court to give
So one could have witnessed the exami
nation of the scholars of Grace church Sun
day-school, on Christmas eve, witiout being
impressed with the thoroughness, of church
teaching there. The superintendent. Mr.
John G. Lonsdale, jr., has ample cause for
encouragement and comfort in unninnt: this
school up to such an unexampled degree of
advancement and success
A citizen on his way home, Friday night,
was garrotcd and "mugged" on the corner of
rontotoc and uiusey streets by two negroes,
and was dragged into an alley and robbed of
his watch and money. Un coming to alter
the severe choking, the arizen wenued hi3
wrvy homeward. Detectives M'Cune and
Prydc recovered tic stolen property, but tie
garrotera have as yet escaped capture
The carriers of the Appeal will make
their New Year's call on their patrons to
morrow morning, when it is hoped they
will be received in a manner becoming re
srjcctable. well-behaved and reliable carriers,
Their labbrsre arduous, and no condition of
weather is too "severe for them. The Appeal
has Ieen served to subscribers by them with
undeviating promptness and regularity, and
they merit a happy JNew lears greeting.
The Fnuildin printing-house and bindery,
of which Mr. S. C. Toof is proprietor, is in
receipt of new material, such additions of
machinery, type and stationery having been
made as places that hitherto excellent print
ing establishment on an equal footing as re
gards facilities and capacity with any in the
city. Every department will be found com
plete. Mr. Toof starts out with the new year
prepared to execute all work in tie best style
known to tie art.
An organ-grinder wio rolls his machine
about the streets on wheels, succumbed to tie
intense cold yesterday, and leaving bis ma
chine on the sidewalk in front of Gniess's
boardinghouse, on Bcale street, near Shelby,
stepped in to warm his hands. During his
absence the machine was stolen or carried off
by some one, and the old man discovering the
fact, was nearly crazv. Dilieent search -was
made, but failing to recover his trusty friend,
ne maue compiamt at uie siauonoouse wuicn
resulted in the concern beintr found in Char
ley Galena's saloon, where it had been taken
away from the parties who carried it off. and
who stated that they were only playing a
practical joke on the old machine musician.
List of undelivered telegrams remaining
at the 'Western Union telegraph office, 33
Captain W. C. Folks,
Rev. J. IL Colton,
u. a. Laignman,
Hill, Fontaine A Co.,
Little Rock OH Co.,
T. S. Ely,
M. Hawks & Co..
t . o. Draper,
O. A. Eckerly k Bro.,
George B. DeGroat,
J. H. Coffin 4 Co.,
Miss Ella Howe,
Frey k Stanbrough,
i Lords & Dlehl.
Captain O. A. Douds,
J. It Speed & Co.,
V. D. Fuchs, 2
Gant, Patterson 4: Lowe,
Clark. Johnson & Co..
u x. uirus
j. j. jjusDy,
Schwab & Co.,
Wm. Bowles & Son,
C. B. Breckinridge,
J. J. Feres i Co.,
B. P. Walt,
B. Lowensteln it Bros.,
Colonel It F. Looney,
J. B. Eozler,
J. A. Signalco 4 Co., 2
J. W. Wlnrlght,
is. l. iwrr & uo.,
Mr. k Mrs. M. Bloomlleld, Panola Oil Co.
The following is the mortuary report for
the week ending yesterday afternoon sit six
M. F. Hanson..
W. F. Lyons.,..
M. G. Qalgley..
J. E. Cochran..
E. J. Deets.
wm- jioore ..
Total for the week, 24: whites, 13; colored,
11: from hospital, 1: premature, 3; still-
bom, 1. HEBEU JONES,
Cotton nscnANaE visitors yesterday were:
Seo-erman. Sunnv Side: J. C. Lovelace,
Covington, Tennessee; J. F. Rodgers Walnut
His many friends in thb city will regret to
learn that Colonel II. T. Tomlinson, the in
surance agent of this city.-was one ot the
victims of the terrible railroad accident at
Ashtabula, Ohio, Friday, of which a lull ac
count received by telegraph is printed else
where. The nature of his injuries is not
given, except that they were in Hie leg and
arm, and we hope they are not of a serious
C. M. M'Ghee, vice-president of the Mem
phis and Charleston railroad, has found it
necessary tp call to his aid in the manage
ment of the road. Colonel G. Jordan late of
the Mobile and Montgomery road. Colonel
Jordan has had seventeen years experience in
the management of railroads, is a civil engi
neer and a highly educated gentleman. Cap
tain Ross and Jarne3 R, Ogdcn retain their
connection with the road.
"Wn learn with regret that Rev. George A.
Lofton, pastor of the First Baptist church,
lias received and accepted a call from the
Third Baptist of St. Louis, and will leave for
his noy field of labor in a week or two. Mr.
Lofton occupies t deservedly distinguished
position among the clergy ot Memphis, and
will, wo hope, find ih St. Louis as many
warm friends in and out of liis church ta he
leaves behind him in this city, where he has
labored so well and so successfully for so
many years. Ho has the best wishes of the
KB W L:rilATIOXS.
Christmas pervades the holiday riumber
of Wide Aical-e. Mrs. L. C. Whiton " opens
ft -with one of the loveliest of this year's
Christmas poems. Opposite is the fr-tis-piece,
an engraving of Raphael's "Sistmc
Madonna." Edgar Fawcett and Mrs. S. M.
B. Piatt are also represented b holiday
poems, "Children's Faces," and "About a
Magician." H. R. Hudson furnishes a funny
Christmas tale, "Two Days Before Christ
inos.'" Margaret Eytinge's "What Hap
pened to the Baby" is still funnier. But tie
"star" story is "Lilt's Travels in Santa-Clans
Land." It is rjwgnijicently illustrated by A.
IL Wand with scenes in bantaClaus land.
"Santa-Claus and his Rejndeer" appearing
on one of the pages. Mrs Handy, of Rich
mond, Trgmia, writes about "A Confederate
Christmas Tree," while "Wm. M. F. Round
opens bis "Child Marian Abroad," with Child
ilarian-'s jolly "Christmas on Shipboard."
Sophie May's serial, VQuinnebassct Girls,"
opens well. "Good-for-nothing Polly," who
is growing in character, is still the same
good-for-nothing boy in his daily practice.
The little folks all over the country are rep
resented by the letters they have 6ent with
their dolls to the doll's fair, as Christmas
gifts la tho children in the hositals. Only
two dollars per annum, free of postage. Ella
Farman, editor. D. Lothrop & Co., publish
ers!, Boston, Massachusetts.
The Cincinnati Times Annual Hand-Book,
for 1877, wliich is presented gratuitously to
all subscribers to the Weekly Times, is in
every respect worthy a place in every house
hold. It is handsomely printed, elegantly
and appropriately illustrated, and contains
information ond su ceres tions of an invalua
ble character, to -farmers especially. As an
evidence 01 enterprise tno annual j:ami
Book docs the Times infinite credit.
ao ice '
The annual meeting of the Memphis Build
ing and Savings association "svfll be held
Monday, January 1, 177, at seven o'clock in
(he evening, at 41 Maduon street Dues pay
able during the day. Election of officers and
Jiwiirs tor theerisTting year will be held.
u. 1 - j-f 1 1 - -u. 1
All memlr r? "TOUT noBaeu ui uueuu.
S. fiTCE. Secretary.
Miss Genevieve Roccrs closed her escatre-
ment at the Theater last night, appearing at
tie afternoon and evening performances in
tie title role of Genevieve, or the. Power of
Late, ine attendance during tne week has
been very slim, owing to tie unprecedented,
snow-storm and cold weatier tiat has pre
Prof. Mueller's second and last term of
dancing-school for ladies and children com
mences this week. Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday at half-past three o'clock in the
afternoon, at Memphis Club hall as usual. A
new class for trentlemen commences this
week, Monday and Wednesday night at eight
v wu4l, lib I1U Ait., yy uiuir unuuu OiiU
Madison streets, over Robinson's drug store.
For admission, address Prof. Wm. Mueller,
The ChleUosmv (J cards' Entertain
ment. The event of the 'cason in amateur circles
will be tie appearance of "Gur Ciicks" at
the Theater Inday evening and Saturday
matinee, in the pleasing drama, entitled The
Romance of a Poor Young Man, in the
preparation for which the young gentlemen
and ladies have been in active and diligent
rehearsal several weeks. We feel assured
that its production will be pleasing, as we
recognize histrionic talent in the cast of the
play. We dope indeed, ve know tie
many friends of our crack military organiza
tion will encourage ttem in their dramatic
efforts to tie extent of a full house on boti
occasions. The following Ls the cast of the
Manuel, Marquis de Champcey R. IL Allen, Jr
Dr. Demarets, formerly of the French army...
S. T. Carnes
M. De Bevannes, a man of the world
Wm. Warren, Jr
Gaspar Laroque. an aged man, formerly Cap
tain of a Privateer T. A. Lamb
Alain, a confidential domestic... Fred. W. Smith, 1c
M. Houret, a Notary J. IL Trezevatu
Yvonnet. a Breton Shepherd A. n. Proudflt
Madam Lanxiue, Daughter-in-law to Gaspar.. ..
. Mrs. R e
Marguerite, her Daughter Miss A n
Mile. Helouln.'a Governess MlssF 1
Madam Aubrey, a relative of,the Laroque family 1
Louise Vanbenrer. formerly Nurse to Manuel., f
Miss T r
Great Annual Clearing Sale this jtonth,at
B. IiO WEXSTEEV &BROS.
CLOAK AND SHAWL ROOM!
LAW HE POUTS.
Chancery Court 3Iorsnn, Judge.
Court meets January 2. 1877. Calendar for
that day: 1682. Harrell vs Flecther: 1710.
M'Lemore vs Quackenbush; 1732, Woodbury
vs ueattie; mm, tioyervs Cook; 1750, Whip
ple vs Reed; 1752, Fcrrill vs Sadth; 1754,
Sarran vs O'Connor: 1757. Lane vs Graham:
1 too, btate vs Oil works: 1763. D Amsmont
vsi'atton; Ub4, hams vs White; libt, Kose
vs Morrow; 1703, Topping vs LaGrill; 1770,
Rutland vs Doyle; 1771, Sharpe vs Miller;
1 nz, Uockevs (Jocke; 1773, Trent vs rord;
4777, Greenlaw vs Eminett; 1778, M'Clel-
land vs Jones; 1 1 9, Parker vs Parker; 1760,
Greenwald vs Washer: 1781. Trezevant vs
Bettis; 1786, Inglis vs Steele; 1788, Johnson
vs Murtaugh; 1790, Grider vs Whitney; 1791,
Bartlett vs Hallum; 1762, M'Gehee vs
The members of the Memphis bar met, at
the rooms of the Bar association, at ten
o'clock, December 30th, to consider the rc-
porti ot a committee previously appointed to
suggest and propose means of disposing of
the multitude of causes now on the docket of
the supreme court of the State, and to regu
late the right of appeal in future. Mr. W.
L. Heard was elected president and JUr. Wal
ter Gregory secretary of the moetintr. The
chairman of the committee, Judge H. T.
Ellett, presented two carefully prepared bills,
expressing the views of the committee upon
the matter referred to it. The bills were
taken up seriatim, and each section discussed
and carefully considered. The result of the
discussions was the introduction and addition
of the following resolution:
Jtesolved, lhat the reports ol the commit
tee be substantially accepted and approved,
but re-referred to the committee to make such
alterations as to them may seem advisable, in
view of the light thrown upon tie subject by
tie discussions; and to present tie bills to
tie legislature for consideration and adoption,
through the delegation from Shelby county.
W. D. BEARD, President
"Walter Greoobt, Secretary.
To the Bar of Memphis:
Mempiiis, Tenn., December 30. Can tie
legislature, by any form of act. direst tie .su
preme court of tie State, of jurisdiction of
a cause once by appeal writ ot error, or ap
peal in tie nature of a writ of error vested in
it, under and in accordance with the consti
tution and laws ol this btate r If not, how
shall a failure to dissent from a trial by a set
of arbitrators, because for their award to bind'
the non acting party, who, as well as another,
may be the appellant? Why not as well say
that all cases tried in the circuit court shall
be reviewed in the chancery ceurt? Nay,
with more propriety might this last be said,
for the court of chancery is a tribunal estab
lished by law. Make haste slowly in this
matter, gentlemen, is my suggestion.
lilAS. w. AIM MM.
KAHX & JFltEIBERG.
Ladies rubber overshoes, 1
Misses' rubber overshoes, 75c.
Our ladies' sleeveless jackets, 1.
Ladies' felt skirt, 50c.
Good corsets, 50c.
BLACK SILK VELVET.
Elegant black silk velvet, ?2, $2 25.
Unusual bargains in clothing.
Our clothing must be sold.
Fine cassimere pants at $3 50.
Suit fine clothing, ?12.
Fine white linen shirts, $1.
We sell clothing at almost any price.
KAIIX & FHEIBERG,
ICO, 171 and 173 3IainsU Cor. Poplar.
Bracelets, necklaces, seta and finest
ladies' watches in the aty for sale low, at
JSavaimali River Shad.
Fresh shad, at Victor D- Fuchs's, at prices
to suit the times.
The cheapest and best steam dyeing and
cleaning house in the city is at 246 Second
street t. j. walker & co.
Romance of a Poor Youna Man. Seats
for net Friday nicht and Saturday matinee
can be secured at I. F, Peters & Co.'s hat
store, under' the Peabody hotel, on and after
nme 0 clock luesuay morning next. ne
served seats, Friday night, 1 ; at matinee,
75c.- Admission to matinee, 50c.
Go to Leddin's business college.
Neuralgia. "Neuril" cures it. Sold by
nnaa & (jo,, Memphis.
of all kinds, at Pod's, 341 Main street,
As an inducement to introduce my new
line of cooking stoves, ranges and heating
stoves, I will sell at coit until after the holi
days. Every one sold under guarantee.
JOHN B. FORD, 123 Poplar street
Who's Roof is leaking?
The remedy can be found by applying to
ALDEN & CONAWAY,
Agents New York Slato goofing Co.. 8 Madison st
Best Bargains in Boots and Shoes
At J. W. Voegeli & Co.'s New 8tore,
No. 336, Corner Union and Main.
Burnett's cologne, in cork and glass
stoppers, prepared from the purest and best
materials unrivaled in richness and delicacy
: f ;
Silverware. A choice assortment hav
ing arrived too late for the holidays, will be
sold at factory prices, at Thayer's, 310
Those beautiful boxes, fine writing papers
and envelopes to match. New supply just
received, at Dod's, 341 Main street.
Housekeepers who have used Dr. Price's
special flavoring extracts never return to the
use of those cheap extracts tliat flood the
Why not be Well Bressetl
when you can buy a $20 suit for 12 50?
to the Great Westerrf Clothing House.
Notice. It is economy to use Dunham's
yeast powder. For purity and strength it
naa no eqaul.
A fine lot of diamonds, rings and pins, at
Thayer's, at cost
Order your call cards early to-morrow
morning of C. J. Kelly, 30 Jetferson street
The very latest designs.
M, 11 r - -i"a-L
Beautiful new cloaks
for ladies, misses and children.
Velvet merino and Ottoman shawls,
marked away down!
Ladies' heavy polonaises
at 4, worth $10.
Cashmere wrappers. $5, worth $15.
Tycoon rep wrappers,
Ladies' and children's suits
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
at ridiculously low prices!
Infants' cloaks reduced 33 percent.
Our entire stock of
ladies', gent's and children's
wtwlen underwear at cost to close!
Balance of winter stock below cost
A job lot of misses'
lU-wool hose at 25c a pair, worth 50c.
A job lot of misses'
cardinal and seal brown wool hose
at 50c a pair.
2kDsses' fine cashmere hose in solid colors
(silk clocks), 25c a pair.
Ladies balbriggan hose (silk clock),
navy-blue, seal brown
and cardinal, reduced to 40c a pair.
New fcilk handkerchiefs landies' and
gents' initial handkerchiefs
reduced 25 per cent.
A lot of handkerchiefs slightly damaged.
One-half dozen ladies'
good handkerchiefs for 55c to $1.
One-half dozen gents'
good handkerchiefs for 75c to ?1.
Feather trimmings, in all colors,
at less than cost.
Fur trimmings at popular prices.
Silk and worsted fringes,
Black trimming velvets,
Colored tximming velvets,
at a great sacrifice!
Novelties in ties. Novelties in bows.
JUST OPENED: -
An elegant line of cardinal and navy-bfue
bought at 50c on the dollar.
B. jLOWEXSTEIJ & BROS.
At the Great Western
you can buy an elegant white dreS3
linen bosom, for $1, fully worth $2.
If yo u are contemplating the presentation
of a I'Tt-w Year's gift to your gentlemen
friends you can get good advice from Cohen,
the hatter, at 219 Main street. He will tell
you, among other things, that it ought to be
an elegant hat, and that he has the article
that will adom the highest dignitary in any
land, uet the hat at uonen s.
A New Hardware JFirm.
Messrs. Graham & Proudflt, successors
the old firm ot White, Longstan & Uo., m
tne hardware business at No. 319 Main street,
have a card elsewhere in the paper to which
we invite the atbmtion of the readers of the
Appeal. The new firm have made such ad
ditions to their business as renders it one of
the most complete hardware establishments
n the south, the leading articles ol hard
ware, plows, names, chains, collars, bridles,
etc., all bought direct from the manutactur
ers, and for cash, can be purchased of Gra
ham & Proudfit at as low figures as the
same articles can be bought in any market
east or west. They are prepared to furnish
any article in their hue on the snortest notice,
as their stock embraces the entire range of
the hardware trade, lrom the best and most
reliable manulactories, and an article or a
bill oftroods purchased from' this establish
ment may be relief upon as the best chat can
be bought anywhere. Iheir stock is socom-
nlete in Quantity, as well as nnalitv. as to en
able them to fill any order to retail dealers on
the moment. Mr. A. D. Langstaff, of the
late hrm ol White, Langstalt fc Co., remains
with the new firm of Graham & Proudfit, and
will be pleased to see his friends, and will
give their business his prompt and careful at
At the Great Western Clothing:
you can buy good all-wool cassimere pants
for $3 50, fully worth 5.
Romance of a Poor Young Man. Seats
for next Friday night and Saturday matinee
can be secured at I. F. Peters fc Co.'s hat
store, under the Peabody hotel, on and after
nine o'clock Tuesday morning next. Re
served seats, Friday night, $1; at matinee,
7oc. Admission to matinee, 50c.
New Year! New Goods!
Just arrived, another invoice of fine, fancy
stationery, the cream of the eastern markets,
at "Headquarters," 341 Main street, A. F.
Dod & Co's.
If you have cood "health and wilfully im
pair it, you are foolish. If you have a pleas
ant home and neglect it, you are foolish. If
you have a good wife and run after other
women, you are tooiish. it you have a com
petence and squander it, you are loohsh. It
j-ou have"a good reputation and taint it, you
are foolish, it you pay two dollars lor an
article which you can purchase for one dollar,
you are foolish. And as Harry Cohn, of the
Great Western Clotlunq House, will sell you
anything in his line from an ovprcoat to a pair
of socks, at one-half the prices which other
clothiers will charge vou for the same articles,
you would be foolish if you do not buy what
ever you may need at the ureal western
Clothing House, Mam street.
Romance of a Poor Youna Man. Seats
for next Friday night and Saturday matinee
can be secured at 1. r . reters uo. s hat
store, under the Peabody hotel, on and after
nine o'clock Tuesday moping neat. Re
served seats, Friday hight,' $1; at matinee,
r-r 1 .1 : i i : rn-
IOV, JVUIUIPSIUU IAJ UlUUllCL, uuc.
At the Great Western
you can buy a good chinchilla overcoat for
$7 50, worth $11. Uo and examine them.
TnE Christmas tree Sunday-school enter
tainment of the Linden Street Christian
- - Ml Al 1 . '11 .1
Sunday-school wm um.e place on j.uvuay
night, January 2d, provided it .be a pleasant
evening. If not; on Thursday- night, Janu
At tho Great Western
you can buy good British half-hose at ?2 50
per dozen, worth $4.
Browne, the plumber, wa3 the first of this
city to make sleigh runners of gas-pipe for
buggies, carriage, etc., and all the other
E lumbers took pattern from his make. Browne
as probably made more than all the other
plumbers put tQgeUjer. Browne'g sleigh,
which is made entirely of gas-jiipe, is the ie
plus ultra of gas fitting.
In response to a call on me to become a
candidate for alderman from the eighth ward,
I would most respectfully say if. a majority ot
the voters of said ward should elect me, I will
serve then to the best of my ability.
v. sr. tattekson.
SPIRITUALISM AND MESMERISM.
With Odyllsm and Tahle-Turnlns Con'
sldcrcd Historically and Scien
tifically A Lecture by I)r.
XV. B. Carpenter.
H Insular Example of the 2IInd-Hcad-ln
Faculty-History of IMvInn-
tfonand tho Ulvlnlnjjltod
At the Great AVestern
you can buy genuine French cassimero pants
for 5, fully worth 10. They must be seen
to be appreciated.
Havana, December 30. The captain of
the American schooner Maud Barbour, -which
landed here on Wednesday last three of the
Moctezuma's crew who escaped from a boat
sent ashore by her for a pilot, and which
capsized, stated to the Havana reporter of
the Western Associated Pre:? that all ho knew
about her object was as follows: The Mocte
zuma cast anchor about sixty miles from
Trujello, where the coast is entirely-open, and
sent a boat ashore for a pilot The boat cap
sized in the surf, and, the three men, who were
Spanish sailors, and part of the crew of tho,
Moctezunia at lie timo of her capture by the
Cubans, escaped, and made their way to Trr.
jello, where the Spanish consul chartered the
ilaud Barbour on December 13th, and dis
patched her with sealed papers and the thn e
sailors to the government here. Tho com
mandant of Trujello sent a party of about
twenty-five men to capture .tlMoclezumn.'
itain 01 the uarwraiciz Tllyail
Manchester Examiner. December Oth.1
Dr. W. B. Carpenter delivered on Thursday
night, says the London Institution, tho first
of two lectures on "Mesmerism. Odvhsm
Table-turning and Spiritualism, considered
historically and scientifically." Dr. Carpen
ter said that there is a continuity in the type
of these manifestations from the very earliest
times, for the mental tendencies to which the
belief is due aro the same in the most and the
,leii& cultivated. For instance, we learn from
the early christian and tho classical writers
ot the same period ol the extraordinary phe
nomena produced by "sorcerers," "exor
cists," etc., of whom the most notable were
Jews or Syrians. Of Simon Magus, of whom
there is a sight mention in the Acts, an early
christian writer related that as he was exhib
iting in Nero's presence the feat of flying
through the air in a fiery chariot, a feat which
ho was enabled to perform by the aid of
demons, the united prayers of Peter and
Paul prevailed against liini, and the demons
threw him to the ground. We arc called
upon to believe that in like manner Mr.
Home stepped out of the window of one
room into anotier at a height of
forty feet or fifty feet from the
ground, or tiat Mrs. Guppy was
transported from Highbury place through
the air to a room in Red Lion street, Holborn,
where she descended in the midst of twelve
persons sitting round a table in dvk seance.
These notions are not 10 prevalent now iw
tie others were h Home, but we find Uie
same ideas cropping up from beneath as it
were. To criticise them, it is necessary to
have studied the extraordinary dispositions
to self-deception and intentional deception
wluch are admitted even by tLe candid ad
vocates of spiritualist views. It is neccssary
to be acquainted with the modes in which
exposures have been effected. We find our
selves precluded from getting to the bottom
of these things as completely as at a conju
ror performance, by various peculiarities of
condition which are alleged to interpose
themselves between scientific inquiry and dis
covery. Things that will happen in a dark
room will not happen in a light rooni, and so
on. Laughter. The only prepossession
which scientific men can allow to operate
is one in favor of the observance of the
laws of nature. When a table, is said to rise
of itself and float about beneath the ceihng
we are justified in requiring a degree of proof
ot such a tact which we should not require
if a mere ordinary occurrence were alleged.
But, Dr. Carpenter said, like other men of
science, he holds himself open to the proof
ot any new lorce m nature it only it is given
in the satisfactory way in which the proof
ol galvanism, magnetism, or elec
tricity was made. Science, as Mr. Huxley
said, is nothing but, tor instance, organized
and disciplined common sense, but no one
can go into this kind of investigation with
any likelihood of arriving at true results who
is not prepared with the kind of special
knowledge required for it. A chemist nas a
special knowledge of chemicals, and students
in other branches learn the nature of the in
struments they deal with. The instalments
of which knowledge is required in this inves
tigation are those very delicate instruments,
the human body and the human mind, things
ol peculiar suscepubihty, ol srisceptibihtiei
not constant Medical knowledge, in par
ticular affords important guidance. Baron
Von Reichenbach published a work on what
he called a new force odyl. Reichenbach
enliach was the first who investigated that
l T? l? 1 11 , ,
series 01 comomaaons 01 caroon wnn uyaro
gen, a member of which is so useful to us in
the form of paraffin. But he had not the
same accurate knowledge of the human or
ganization that he had of chemicals; and
trose persons whom a medical man would at
once recognize as hysterical subjects he la'
beled with the name "sensitives," as readily
affected by his odylic force. When Dr. Car-
renter was in Dractice. he could easily have
pointed to half a dozen persons who could
rapidly be brought into a condition in
which they would see evervthinir which
they were told to see, or feel any kind
of sensation mentioned to them. Kcich
enbach's "sensitives" saw "flames in the dark
coming from tie ends of n, magnet. He did
not try tie experiment with them of asking
them if they still saw the flames when he had
covertly removed the magnet. But Dr.
Braid, of Manchester, had a patient, a trell
educated man, who, by keeping his gaze
fixed, passed into a state of reverie in which
he could be played upon. He saw the flames
coming from the magnet in the dark, on the
existence of flames being suggested to him.
The magnet was then secretly shut up in a
box, but he still saw tho flames where they
had been before. Laughter. That was a
scientific experiment Lord Lindsay took
Mr. Home into his library, and Mr. Home
saw flames coming out of a magnet in the
corner. There were many ways in which he
might have ascertained before that the mag
net was there, and the true way to perform
the experiment was to have, not a natural
magnet, but a bar magnetized at irregular
intervals, electrically, by an operator in an
other room, so that count being taken of the
times when Mr. llome said he saw names
and of the times when the bar was magnet
ized by the current, it might be seen whether
or not they corresponded. Dr. Carpenter
did not for a moment question the reality
of mesmeric sleep. He had seen per
sons under its influence carry on con
versation in a dream not remembered after
waking. But he said that in mermerism it
has always been a question of fundamental
importance whether the mesmeric coma can
be induced without the consciousness of the
subject thathe or she is being acted upon, and
he quoted from scientific works a number of
interesting stories to prove that the conscious
ness is necessary. Bertrand, being one hun
dred leaimes from his patient, influenced her
mesmerically by a letter over which ho had
made passes, lie then sent her a letter over
which he had made no passes. Nevertheless,
she was thrown at once into mesmeric convul
sion. The "magnetists" said he had mag
netized the paper unconsciomlj, so he em:
ployed a friend o imitate hrs wnting, and
again his patient showed mesmeric symp
toms. Mesmer, after he quarreled at Vienna
with Dr. Hell, came to Paris, where minds
were agitated by the "strange ferment which,
acxonling to all testimony, immediately pre
ceded the revolution. Ho obtained remarka
ble cures from his system, and the academy
investigated his method, but they could find
no signs of magnetism in the apparatus
he used. When the amaratus was re
moved, the patients not bean informed of it,
the same results were produced. They were
led blindfold past the magnetic tree", and ex
perienced nothing. They were told when far
away thai they were under its boughs, and
immediately fell into convulsions. Mesmer
himself showed oh astounding faith in his
theory. "Do not bathe in spring-water, but
in the river," he told his patients, "for the
sun has warmed the river. "But mav w
not warm the spring-water?" tieysuggested.
"Nay," replied the master "the rivers are
warmed by tho sun and are magnetic, lor 1
magnetized the sun twenty years befbre.1' Dr.
Carpenter then gave the history of diviniation
by the oscilliations of a ring or bell suspended .
In the second or third century of our era re
spirators were executed at Rome for foretell
ing by these means the death of the emperor.
A few years ago a homeopathic doctor in
Brighton, and a doctor in London, employed
it to distinguish between globules. But the re
sults were Tound to be ditticult, and to differ
according to the theories of the diviner. The
divining-rod is another superstition of long
standing. It. is carriod in the hands in a con
strained position, and where it dip3 there is a
spring of water or inineral deposit One remark
able instance of success in this way is that of
a French engineer. An engineer may have
a very good gues3 as to where water was. A
friend in America recently sent Dr. Carpen
ter a paper he had written on thought-reading
or muscle-reading, and discussing
whether one mind can act upon another
without any muscular action. His friend re
lated the story of a clergyman noted for his
skill in divining the presence of water, who,
however, on being blindfolded, did not suc
ceed in finding a spring which he detected
when hi3 host, who knew of its existence, wa3
showing him, with his eyes open, over the
premises. The grandfather of the present Sir
Charles DilkeTwnself told Dr. Carpenter of a
young man sent-to him with an introduction
from Portugal who honestly beh'evi 'Ds
own power of finding metals when hidden,
b"t-"Ld was entirely baffled when Mr. Dilke
buried a quantity of plate in a plowed' field.
Dr. Carpenter concluded hy remarking
that dairvoyance, on wliich he should
have something to Eay, was the
unk between mesmerism and "spirit
lialisin," and that far from it being the fact
that scientific men had not investigated these
things, they had been investigated over and
over again. But the results did not become
known to the general public, not being usual?
ly tho subject of legal proceedings; and scien.
tific m.en, becoming tired of making the same
Inquiry over and over a train, some peotfc
wprf ivmt-inrpl ihpri ima 4cnmpfLinr t ?f 41
Now, that something was the extraordinary
readiness to pursue tne marvelous on the j
of those for whom tho marvels of scieiv
To the Musical World
The Plain Statement of Facts
Concerning the Awards Made
for the Best Pianos.
TO TIIE 1'VBLIC :
Representlns the two larcest and most celebrated
Ti-r Mnmir!Wnnr in th wnrltl. which have es
tablished a world-wide reputation by their successful
competition for the highest awards In this eountrr
and Europe. I respectfully 17 before the public the
authentic oinciai uocumenisui iuo lamuumuvu
the awanl3(the medal and diploma) were given to
the manufacturers of these two great pianos by the
U. S. Centennial Commission. It will be Interesting
to see how such plain and concise verdicts of the
judges have been augmented, embellished and
swelled out Into colums of grandiloquent eulogies by
other houses, wnicn nave neuner me iuue rawu
llshed reputation nor the well-earned trophies to
show to suhManuaie sucn imtj khuws.
International Exhibition, 1870.
OROUP XXV. No. 230.
Th iinitrei stnim Centennial Commission an
nounce the following as the basis of an award to
stplnwav Sons. New York. United States of
America. . t.
Dmnri-r finnii. Rnnjirft and ITnricht Pianos.
Awards For Greatest Concert Capacity In Grand
Planes, as also uisuesi iwgree oi .ticeiience in
all their styles ot nanon. viz: largesi voiume, pu
rity ami duration of tone, and attraordlnary car
rying capacity, with precision and durability of
mechanism; also, novel disposition of the strings
and construction anu oracing oi me meuii irame.
Improvements applied by Stelnway Sons were
Thn United States Centennial Commission an
nounce tho following as the basis of an award to
Chlckerlng Sons, Uoston, Massachusetts, United
PitnnrT Orand. Sauare and UDrleht Pianos.
Awards Their fi rand Piano is of a quick, elastic
touch, of broad and clear resonance, with the
nlmost nower of utterance that Its class anords,
consistently with securing a pure, delicate and
singing Quality of tone. Their other instruments
specimens of their eUT-day production pos
sess the hlzhest Qualities In fullness of volume.
delicacy ot tone, elastic response of touch, with
thoroughness of workmanship. These several
characteristics, and the acknowledged excellence
attained Dy this lirm, entities mem to an awani.
(Signed) J. R.IIAWLEY. President,
Attest: ALEX. It. BOTELEIt,
Secretory pro tem.
A. T. (iOSIIOHN,
H. G. HOLLENBERG,
General Ascnt, Chlokeriiijr tSonn and
Htcinwny & Son' PianOH, Xo. 204
2I:i5n street, lemplils. Tcnn.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
ForVicksburg, Natchez, New Orleans and lnterme-
tr. 1$. Manna
ricii. a. uiuuui.. -. ...uiaaici.
Will leave Glenn's Wbarfboat as above THI9
DAY. Dec "Oth. at 10 a m. Passengers will please
oe on Doaru promptly ai inui nour.
B. P. GLENN. Agent, on Wharfboat.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Iteffular Independent Memphis and
White Jtlver I'acl.ct.
For Autmsta, JnckMonnort, Went Point,
Bcarryuuu ait nay J-oinis.
The Regular Independent Packet.
Ed. C. Postal Captain
Will leave Memphis every WEDNESDAY afternoon,
hi .- o ciock. inruuga diiis oi lauing 10 an points
on upper w one ana uiacK rivers.
Apply for freight or passage to
It. W. LIGIITBURNE,290 Front Street.
U. P. GLENN. Agent on Wharfboat.
FOR FRIARS POINT.
Regular Memphis and Friars Point Packet For
Helena, riars point all way landings.
SSclle of Texas, SiHi
Nat S. Green master j Charley Smlthers... clerk
Leaves THIS DAY. December aoth, at 5 p.m.
Apply on board or to
ft. W. IiIGIITBUltNE. Agent, 296 Front street.
Jjce Line Carrying United State- Mail.
Iot Helena, Friars Point and the Bends, making all
way and plantation landings. Leaves every MON
DAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.ra. Mer
chants, planters and travelers can rely on the strictest
attention to all way and plantation business. For
freight or passage appiy on hoard or to
J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 800 Front st
For White, Black and Little Red Rivers.
Memphis, White ami Hindi llivera U.S.
For Indian Bay, St Charles, Clarendon, Derails
uiun, ues Arc, augusia, jacicsonpon, nesr, i-oini,
Searcy, Batesville, Powhattan and Pocahontas.
The elegant passenger steamer
Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY, at 5 p.m., con
necting with steamer McARTHUB for all points on
Through rates of freight and cas3age to all points
on Black and White rivers.
For freight or passage apply on board or to
J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, 300 Front st
IL P. GLENN, Agent, on Wharflioat
Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be handled
free ot storage, drdyage and commission, and put
Regular Randolph, Fulton and Osceola Semi
sceola JBelle, sgu
. G. Andrews master 10. K. Jonlln clerk
Leaves Memphis MONDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY, at 5 p.m:
For freight or pas.sage apply on board.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Memphis, Xew Orleans and the Bends.
Season of 1870-7,
W. H. Thorwelsan-master GeaMUtenberger.. clerk
weaves Jiempuis weanesuay, uecemrjer lain.
Loaves Memphis Wednesday, December 27th.
Leaves Memphis Wednesday, January 10th.
T P-tVU-i Ml.Vrl'l'ltj TVIri.l-. T.hii.h ) llh
and Tuesday, February tsth, on her Grand Mardl-
uraj. inii, ana every auemaie weunesoayinereaier.
Hour of departure, fiilO p.m., on arrival oi trairis
lrom Louisville and the East. R. P. GLENN, Agent
GRAHAM & PROUDP
SUCCESSORS TO WHITE, LANGSTAFF 4 CO.'
HARDWARE MACH I TEEll
Avery's Plows and Implements.
A rr iitn fVi .
acaie. Ntroub'H aim. Eacio Cotton .ls. Rubtl
No. 810 atjtn Street (Rice, Stlx & Co.'s old ttand), Memphis, Tennessee.
" V. UNCiTAXK Kill (r ra tho liainA .
Formerly of Ealt Wormeley 4 Co.
Yf ALTER A. GOODJI.IS',
Formerly Secretary Planters InsrSCe G.I
WORMELEY & GOODMAN,
Sncccssors to Knlph TTormele & Co.,
No. 338 Sront Street, Corner
L. II. SUGGS.
Cotton Rotors and Commission Merchant
.Vo. 258 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
PARTIClfr ATTENTION lAirJ TO THE OFCOTT j
J. K. GODWIN.
L. 1). 31ULLIAS, Jr.
S. 31. XcCALLfi
No. 336 jjont Street, Cor. Union, lemphis
ESSOR TO F. II, CLARK & CO.) DEALER IN
f corner Madison. Mcmrrt,u
I ' A
tmJjJ, A3TD EXA3H5TE KTiinw-
W. W. GUY.
T. C. I'AKl
Cotton Fars and Com
....vu.u,, ,DIGj HCUUV,
26Q afe62 ffront street, Memphis. .
R l. cociiraJ -.,,
SA3FL A. HATClEIi.
LUMBL LATH, SHINGLES!
Always nava on hand a
. ...... S
"uuus, ana an lands of Packing Boxes.
d at foot of Wasliinjrton
lowaru KoiT. Saw Mill In Narr Tnr.1.
Fhe King! She King!
Proclamation by the King;
HE IT KXOWX:
THAT "WE, tho KINO, serene In our Joyous do
mains ot mirth, undisturbed by the purtuba
tlons .of Returning Beards and Joint Resolutions,
witnessing with sorrowful countenances the discoid
prevailing In our favored land,
I. That upon our Annual Carnival visit all rpllt
lcal strife shrill cease, and gentle haimohy prevail
among our subjects.
I I. That we will enter and take possession ot our
good city of JlemrhVs, at high noon on
Momlaj-, February IS, 1S77.
neralded and marshaled, escorted and attended as
befits our High Estate; and we command the loyal
Mayor and other high dignitaries ot Memphis to tlt
tlnsly receive our Imperial person.
III. After the ceremonies of our reception, uo
will repair In state to Olympic Park, and from the
grounds we will dispatch our Royal Courier at 3 SJO
o'clock p.m.. In our Monster Balloon, who wilt con
vey to our distant subjects the Intelligence of our
safe arrival, and ye invite fhe multitude to be
IV. We command that our Annual Coronation
Ball shall be held on MONDAY NIGHT, under the
auspices of our fun-loving order of theULKS.
V. We command that Tuesday (MARDI-(lRAS),
February 13, 1877, shall bo devoted to frolic, inno
cent amusement and revelry; that all our loyal sub
jects shall appear ln'masV, apparalled In the fash
Ions of our realm; and at tl o'clock p.m., we com
mand that the orders ot ULKS and MOTLEY
KREWE shall pass before us In review.
VI. And, finally, we command that In tie shades
of night the mystic MKMrni shall appear, and In
gorgeous pageantry do honor to their great renown.
And that then our good people shall hie them to our
sumptuous places of festivity, and revel till ourde
parture. VII. Railroads, steamers and public carriers ivlll
take heed, and we command them to reduce their
fares one-half during our carnival celebration.
Long live the King!
Diwsolntion of Copartnership.
mHE copartnership of GREENE LUCAS,
X INSURANCE AGENTS ncd MANAGERS, Is
this day dissolved by rauiual euriient, TV. R. Lucas
having so!d ail uU lights, title, interest and good
will in and to said firm to Colton Greene, who Is
alone authorized lj slsa the nrm name In liquida
tion. COLTON GREENE,
W. R. LUCAS.
Memphis, Tennessee, December 0, 1870.
T HAYE this day associated Mr. .1AMJ5 ). BEAS
.L LEY Willi me in the business of FIRE, MA
RINE and LIKE INSURANCE, under the firm name
of GREENE BEASLEY.
Memphis, Tennessee, December v, 1870.
COLTON GREENE. JAMES E. BEASLEY.
GREENE & BEASLEY,
-USH ADVANCES :
IPItDLXIPS, Cotton Salesman.
S'SIGNMKNTS OF COTTON TO
w., uverpooi, .England.
MESSRS. BROWX. SHIPLEY
Yf. B. txALBREATlj
J. 31. FOWLKES.
W. J. CRAWFORD !
lbreatb & Go.
AGENTS FOR THE
A. C. TREAD WELL
on Street, Memphis.
SATED CHAMPION COTTOX GV' AyD ncuxSll
A. B. TREAD WELL.
S. S. TREAD WELlj
m aw i
Ko. 11 1
10,000 bundle Iron
SOO brlH. Iteflned
SOOO barrel Halt,
TO A. a TBEADWELL BROS.),
ers and Goiton Factors,
STKEET, MEMPIIIS, TEXX-
1FFCR t oil SAIiK
oo tlerccM llaraxJI
juv nnu. nas&r.
SOOO rolls Bossing,
SOOn barreln nont.'
lOO rn-tkM Karon.
QfWMl -Vol?.. innn .. . """O ,
500 nkss. Xew JInckerel. IOOO nkirs. Tnhn'r.i
rvf Cnnslimnipnu nf CrMT With a full line of Case (;yxU.
store, a? well as that oocs'gil"uid liberal advanced made on same. All Cotton Insured walla n I
s, Lockets, Brapetei
c. L. BYRD
D. T. PQRTEB,
I wm .meet w