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tf HEW YEAR'S BELLS.
Ring, bells, ring, with jour mellow din.
timn tne old year out ana tno new "year in
Like the voices ol birds from thJe old gray
Let your silvery music rise higher acid bii;ter;
Floating abroad o'er the hillside bare
In billows of sound on the treuuluiu air,
bet it rise ana tan wun tne nttui gat;
Tell over the city and wood the Ule.
Bay that to-night the old year dioe!
Bid the watchers look to the east s ikies.
For the beautiful halo that tells afar
Of the welcome rise of the new yeat'i star!
Ring the old year out. with its sighs and tears.
Its withered neart-aenes and tiresome fears ;
Away with ita memories of doubt and wrong.
Its onld deceits and its envying strong.
All ite panderiLg lures to the faltering sense.
And its pitiful shams and oold pretense.
We will heap them together and bind them
. fast ' . . . -
To the old man's load as he totters past. :
The ills that he brought he may take again;
Keep we the joys, let him, bury the pain !
King soft, oh belli, as he goes to rest
Far in the shades of the darkened west!
Ring, bells, ring, with a merry dinl '
The old year has gone with its eare and (in I
Hmiling and fair, at the eastern gates.
Clad in tinted light, the new year waita 1
Welcome him in with the rosy band.
Who wait the wave of his beckoning hand ;
Hope, with her wreaths of aweet spring;
Joy fur the summer's glowing hours.
Plenty and peace for the fruitful fall, .
And love for all seasons beft of 11,
Ring, merrily, bells I o'er the b'.ushing skies
bee the beautiful star of the new year risel
The Conteota of (tilldrcti'a Dlnnrur
When I was twelve years old, says a
lady in the American Agriculturist I was
a pupil in a select scbool more than half
a mile from home, and carried my dinner
in a small tin pail. I was allowed to put
this up (or myaeit, without any supervis
ion from others. A little white "milk-
emptyings bread, well spread with but
ter, went in for decency's sake; all the
rest was pie, cake, and pickles. The cake
and pickles were my chief dependence.
I used to feel secretly sure that I should
soon die of heart dUease! My little fivn-
year old Dot knows more of physiology
and hygiene to day than l did then,
though 1 was getting on well with my al
gebra and grammar and history, and had
just taken a prize for the best composi
tion. 1 thought It was my heart, that
Dttined me so under my ribs a'tor I had
eaten the cake and pickles. One after
noon I bad to go out of school crying
with the pain, and the teacher's wife al
lowed me to lie ou her bed until school
as over. Then, instead of walking
home, I went to stay all night with my
seat-mate, who lived nearer the school.
Her mother said that it was dyspepsia
that troubled me, and that she had
it herself. I had heard the name before,
and Iclt flattered at having such a
respectable disease, and drank' the hot
tea she prescribed and prepared with an
unequal feeling of being in the fashion.
Iot long after I took my dinner with me
and went home with my seat-mate at
noon. I sat nibbling my lunch in the
kitchen, where Anna's eldest sister, a
young married woman, home on a visit,
was ironing, I always liked her. . She
looked into my pail face, saying merrily :
" I wonder what you carry for your din
ner?" 'I don't wonder that you have a
pain in your side so much!" she ex
claimed. Don't you know that it is
the pickle:?" I explained that I had the
erysipelas, but she laughed, and told me
I always would have, and worse, so long
as I ate suet lunches. - -She counseled
me kindly to make the bulk of my din
ner of bread and butter or other plain
lure. "This advice was acted upon in
some degree, and I soon found such a
connection between pickles and sick
headaches and dyspeptic pains, and later
Between mince pie and rich cake and the
same aches and pains, that prudence led
me to avoid them.
ThiB experience, like others of the
same stripe, has enabled me to realize
better the wisdom ol the good Uod in
giving us pain and sickness and death
as results ot aisoDeaience oi pnysicni
laws, i It seems stranee that individuals
learn the wisdom of obedience so slowly;
a nd very strange that the human race
parts wiih its stupidity in this respect so
tardily. The dinners of the school
children tell steadily upon their growth
and welfare and future usefulness in the
world. Like gi own-up people, they use up
daily, or waste, by exercise of all sorts,
by mere bodily combustion, too, in keep
ing the body warm with blood, a large
portion of the nourishment they get from
tood. ' This daily wastage must be mu-le
good. Children have not only to repair
the dail; waste, but to go building op
new bne, new muscle, new brain, as tbej
grow lom day today. Their food should
contain nourishment for all parts of
the rstem, and they should hava
plen'y. bat they should be accustomed to
lafh plain fare that they can readily stop
bating when their banger is satisfied,
and not go on nibbling merely to gratify
the palate, thus forming habit of glut
tony. Cake and pastry hav but liUie,
and pickles have scarcely a particle, of
nourishment in them, and they almost
invariably do the system positive harm,
iu greater or less degree, when taken in
to the stomach. The harm msy be so
little and the overcoming influence
Strong, in the way of out-door exercise
and other healthy conditions, that
evil result may be apparent; but all our
diseases are caused by violation
hvniene iu some respect. We are not
always personally responsible for these
violations, since our sanitary conditions
are not always within our control, never
indeed entirely so; but where we can
help ourselves we ought clearly to do so,
A Princely Nwlodler.
The Pall Mall Gazette says:
swindler of a really high order of ability
has lately brought a brilliant career to
a close at Moscow in the person of an
ex-prince, Demetrius iachawtschawadze,
who has been levying contributions at a
dozen ot the ctiiet towns in Europe,
London being especiauy mentioned
with continued success, Ibe prince
never changed his very unpronounceable
name or his story, after the fashion of
those more vulgar im posters who con
tradict themselves by the frequency and
multiplicity of their inventions. He
was always a Russian "prince, had al
ways been robbed just before leaving
Vienna by a oung mart he had unfor
tunately taken tnto bis service as secre
tary, was always expectin g large remit
tances from St. Petersburg, and was
meanwhile in the closeat relations of
intimacy with the Russian Ambassador,
It followed that be was for the presen
unable to pay the bill he ran up at the
hotel which he had honored with his
choice, and wsb fnrther in want of
new secretary, to whom be could prom
ise a fine future career and a large sal
ary in immediate prospect. So plausi
ble was this adventure that at Berlin he
not only left one of tho chief hotels
without suspicion before his remittances
arrived, promising to send payment of
his account, which included a number of
petty tradesmen a bills from London
but carried off with him to that raetrop
olis his landlord s son, wnose little purs
of nearly 50 his new master borrowed
freely Irom, leaving his victim just
enough to go back to seriin witb, when
he was presently ordered there to await
the Prince on his way to Russia. On
the young man's departure the Prince
who had been introduced to some Rus
sians of ' means, borrowed 300 trom
one, according to the statements made
in the Moscow court, and with bis
booty weut off to Paris. Here, again
he borrowed from iluBsians on the
strength of his alleged intimacy with
their ambassador at Berlin, hut disap
peared on learning that inquiries were
beine made about him owing to a warn
ing sent from that capital. Having
tried all the European courts out of
bJs own country he appears to have
sought refuge at Moscow, but here his
career ended. He was arrested on sus
picion, and presently HentiBed with one
LinieO, a non-commissionea oiucer, wno
(jooowwj some rnonths before. For this
desertion the soidisant prince now lies
awaiting trial, but his swindling is ouly
Sever Opened a Doer.
A London correspondent in Harper's
The Duchess of Ldinburg does not
grow in favor with the public. They
never quite forgave her for asserting her
nreccdoncy over toe rrincess Beatrice,
and she has certainly given proofs of a
.haughty disposition. As a general rule,
our own royal family do not give them
selves airs, and this sort of personal pride
in r8pecially resented in a foreigner. A
curious instance of it took place the
other day at Chiswick, where the Duke
and Duchess went to visit a certain fa
mous collection of hot bouse flowers
The proprietor of the place wished to
exola.:n the merits of his plants, but the
path was narrow, and to press to her side
would jSave been indecorous as well as
dangerous to his pots, and to precede
her. hn wai eivpn to understand, would
have been (in Russia) to commit high
treason. At last they came to a swing
door that only required a push, but which
to the Russian Duchess was an insopera'
ble harrier. She had never opened a
door for herself in her Ins, and was not
eoini: to begin in a nursery garden at
Chiswick. Her splendid attire blocked
up the path, so that to pass ber was im
possible, and the whole party conse
auentlv came to a dead lock. The un
happy proprietor was in despair. Then
the Duke came to his assistance. " She
won't open the door," said he; "that is
Quite out of the Question. Do you run
round, open it for her and keep in front
of her. Walk backwards and never mind
jour flower pots." Whother any flower
pots were broken I don t know, but 1 will
Blake my existence that if they weie, the
Duke did not pay for them.
I add a postscript for the especial
pleasure of the ladies. When the Em
press of Russia left us she wore a red
velvet lined with sable, which took 228
skins of those snail but precious crea
tures to make it, each of which cost
12. This one article of her apparel
must therefore have been worth j)15,000.
The Empress' cloak of blue fox skins
cost half as much again.
Co-relation ol Bf and Flower.
The bees. Mr. Darwin says, have
solved a difficult problem. They hare
made their cells of a proper shape to
bold the greatest possible amount of
honey with the least possible consump
tion of precious wax in their construc
tion. No human workman is skillful
enough to do what a crowd of bees can
do, working in a dark hive make cell
of was of the tree form. The number
of bumble bees in the country will de
pend upon the number of cats. How
can that beT Because the number of
bees is dependent upon the number of
field mice, which eat the bees. Hence
the more cats, the fewer mice, the more
bees. If the whole genius of bumble
bees became extinct, or very rare, the
heart's ease and red clover would become
rare or would disappear. How is that?
Because bees promote the growth of
tbqse flowers. The visits of bees are
necessary to the fertilization of some
kinds of clover, and almost indispens
able to the fertilization of the heart's
ease. In a word no bees, no seed; no
see-V. no increase of the flowers. The
tnort visits from the bees, the mote seed
from the flower; the more seeds from the
flower, the more flowers from the seeds.
Nearly all our orchidaceous plants abso
lutely require the visits ot insects to
remove their pollen mass?, and thus to
fertiliie them. Twenty heads of sspro
tected Dutch clover yielded 2'J00 seeds.
The same number protected from bees,
produced sot one seed; one hundred
heads of unprotected clover yielded 27,
000, and the same number protected from
bees, not a seed.
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
THURSDAY EVEJSING, DECEMBER 31. 1874.
An Irish Gil Bias, named Mortimer,
died recently in London, whose life was
full of singular events. Ha was a grad
uate of Dublin University, and deeply
versed in classic tors, but he added a
polish to bis erudition by his intimacy
with at least a dozen modern tongue.
He spoke French, German, Russian,
Polish, tinanish, Italian, modern Greek,
Turkish, Arabic, Irish and Danish with
fluency. Id his youth he had been cabin
boy in an American bark, and subse
auentlv became a medical student in
Paris, but had to leave it on account of
his con nection with the June insurrection
of '48. He was a very strong man, and
utilized his strength by taking an engage
ment as a Hercules in a circus in Aus
tralia. By turns he gave lectures on
Shakspeare through Germany; was a
Greek professor at Hamburg;' bad a
troupe of Spanish ballet-dancer in Hol
land, and was a companion oi oir
William Don, the baronet actor, in his
wildest Continental - frolics. In this
time he had been tutor to Charles Lever a
children at Florence. He came to the
surface one day in the employment of
" Tom Thumb; another, in the company
of Murpby, the Irish giant, who was a
distant cousin, lie bad been in Lionaon
since tne ranco-frussian war, wuicn
ruined him in fortune. It is possibli
that the narrative of his adventures may
have suggested to Lever the idea of bi
novel "Con Cregan,'
A Boston correspondent of the Wo
man s Journal reports mat mere is in
Berlin "a woman whom it is an honor to
know. She keeps a wood-yard, perhaps
the only woman in the world who sell
cord wood. She is very much of a lady,
and has paid her husband's debts aud
brought np three children well.
BcHKKCt's Maxdkixi Pills
AVi, .oe found to possess those qualities neoes-
,.rv to the total erauteaiiun oi an Diuous at
tacks, prompt to start the secret! ins of the
liver, auu give a ueuibajr wua w iu. sum.
system. Indeed, it is no ordinary discovery
in medical science to nave invented a remeay
for these stubborn complaints, which develop
all the results produced by a heretofore tree
use of calomel, a mineral justly dreaded by
mankind, and acknowledged to do aestruo
five in the extreme to the human system
That the properties of oertain vegetables
comprise all tho virtues of calomel without its
injurious tendencies, is now an admitted fact,
rAtiilnred tndiiDutable by soienti6c researches:
and those who use the Mandrake Pills will be
fully satisfied that the best medicines are
those provided by nature in the common herbs
and roots of the fields.
Thiwe nilli ooen the bowels and correct all
bilious dorangeuientj without salivation or
any of the injurious effects ot calomel or
other noisons. The secretion of bile is pro
moted by these pills, as will be seen by the
altered color of the stools, and disappearing
ef the sallow complexion and cleansing of the
Amnle directions for use accompany each
box of pills.
Prepared only by J. A. tchenck Mon, nt
their principal office, corner tiixthand Aroh
Rtreeu. l'hiladelDbia. abid for sale by all drug-
glut and deal. Price 'ftp per box. cod
On THURSDAY, January 7, '75,
T RETKa Till? PIRST THURSDAY IS
January. I will open and hold an election
at all the wards in the city of Memphis lor two
Councilman and one School Visiter in each
ward, and one Alderman in each of the hec-
nd, Third, Sixth, Soveoth and icntn wards.
The following Judges, Clerks and Deputy
.Sheriffs have been appointed:
Fire Wnrd Northwest corner Main and
Judges Andrew Konkert, James lowers.
Clnrks-John J Dutty, IT a Millard,
Reeond Ward Old auglne-housa, Poplar
Judges John Donnovan. 5 rrancioil. Joun
K speed. ...
Lleras-K B nutcuinson, n u uoouieit,
Third Ward-Second street, oip. Court
Jtideee n r Patterson. J. nomas uoyie.
Clerks t T Prewitt, r rank BIcfSing.
Deputy Sheriff t
I'onrto Ward Under Greenlaw Opera
Judgcs-Kichard O linen, I has Meyers, rr
Clerks-K Meister, 11 1 bum van.
Flflh Ward Vn. M Hernando street.
Judgeo-A M Stoddard. P McNulty. L W
Clerks T t Meath. W V Smith.
Slath Ward 513 Main streot. corner of
Judges W It Mareh. Jos Mulcany. w 1
Ulerks lr H J yuim&y, u 1 rmmmer.
Deputy Sheriff , .
Mevenlb Ward-North aids Ecal. oppo
site Orleans street.
Judires J J Eusby. Jos I. n ambers. Drums
Cleiks-H U Harrington. A J AlcLendon.
Elcbth Ward-172 Poolar street, oppo-
te Merket houre.
Judges s M Jobs, Wm Harrington, F H
Clerks-P D Jloyle, J C McDavit.
Muth Ward-Corner Fifth and Greenlaw
Jurfrea John Larkin. W Oilman. KObert
I'lerks Chris Riley, W U Ulisson.
Tenth Ww-f Mkin street, near Carolina.
Judges A W Tavlor. M Fitiaerald. Chas J
Clerks John Patterson, Thomas Carley.
Deputy bher.tf- ,
1(V?.11t Sheriff of Sni"-T Count
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ONE GRAND CASH GIFT... tfUXO
ONB GRAND CASH GIFT 25,000
5Cah Gifts. 20,0(X)et!h. lOO.OoO
10 Cash GifU, 14.000 each l'O.OOO
15 Cash Gifts, 10,000 each- .... 150,0 0
20Cah Uifta. S.000 each..... lOO.UOQ
26 Cash GifU. 4,000 each.... lU0.Of
30 Cah Gifts. 3.000 each 90.O10
50 Cash Gifts, U.fxO each....... lUQ.OUO
100 Cash Gifts, 1,000 each lOO.OuO
240 Casta Hilts, 500 each..- .. 120.000
500 Cash GifU. 100eaen. .SO.OOO
19,000 Cash Gifts, 50 each...- . 950,000
Whole Tickets, lib: Halves. t2S: Tenth, nr
each Coupen, t'r. Eleven Whoie TickeU, iM).
For Ticket, or informndon. address
t a mi mf u . r'v-a.y
Agent and Manager, Public Library But'lding
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is perfectly Pure and Wholesome. '
Dooley's Yeast Powder
- Is put np In Full Weight Cans.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makes Elegant Blscnit and Rolls.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makes Delicious Muffins. Griddle Cakf j, Corn
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Makej all kinds of Dumplinr,, Pot-Pies.
Cakes and Pastry, nice, light and healthy.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is the Best, because perfectly pure.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is the Cheapest, because full weight.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Be sura to ask for
Dooley's Yeast Powder
and do net be put off with any other kind.
Dooley's Yeast Powder
Is pot np in Tla Cans of various sites, suita
ble for r amines. Boarding Houses, Hotels,
Restaurants and rViver. Lake and
Ocean Vessels on short or long
The Market is
olC V??!) Cheap. Inferior i
Raking and Yea
l"nwdr ot iirr.: oreoort
Height. DOOLEY'S YEAST POWDER u
warranted lull strangu and full weight.
Sold at wholesale and retail, generally
inrnugneut tne i nitcd .-tales, oy dealers in
Groceries and Facny r-uprliee.
O. W. F. t'oog.
Att'y and Counsellor at Law.
HOFMAN & COOK,
SOt Kcrsij Hlrcc-t,
SAN FBA5CISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Jenoral Commission Business
AND LA1T OFriCK.
ARTIES EMIGRATING TO r ALIFOR-
I . and intending u par' w'M
ffusi." of any kt.3.-.-, fJSVsSSivto
tc.tr advantage to call w It h
rifteen Oenta Per Week
BOOK AND JOB
. 13 Madison Street,
F. W1IITX0RE, - Proprietor
THIS ESTABLISHMENT. BEINO FULLY
storked with the latest anal most
Improved Styles of Presses,
And all the styles and designs of
Ilordera, Ornaments, Etc.,
Wa are prepared to execute every deicrip-
BOOK ;AND JOB PRINTING
-IX A JUSSgR-
UNSURPASSED IN THE SOUTH,
BILLS OF FARE. '
CATALOG UK J,
' PROMISSORY U0TOS,
H HIPPING T A O S
Kverj Variety or IIlttukH.
STEAMBOAT PRINTING !
BILLS OF FARE,
Theater, Circus and Show Bills,
' 0D in superior style and at lowest rates.
We have the largest Black T rpe manufac
tured for this purpoow, each lei tor occupying
A MAMMOTH SUJtET.
sr Orders prompt!! attendr A to.
Ledger Printing House,
is MADiaor aratcrt.
j, r , M PAPE RJ
Paper! Paper! Paper!
f r or Alt KIKOS.
i'.i c-ti:.s '-I'' -
A. V. DU PONT & CO..
Manufacturers and tV'holosalo Dealers.
Have just removed to thoir new, large four
story warehouse, No 18 Main st.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
; MaituracTCBiB axn dialis i '
BOOTS MID SHOES
TrEEPS CONSTANTLY OJT IIASD CTJ8
IV tom-made Genu', Ladies' and Children's
Boots and oboes.
221 Main Street,
(Under Woraham House) HempMv.Toa.n.
awSpecial attention given Custom Work.
SUPREME COURT GENERAL TERM,
JOHN W. LEA et al. acnlnst SUNDRY
" When it Is apparent that there Is an inten
tion to deceive the public by the use of the
name of the place and the word descrip
tive of an artiole, such deception will not
be protected by the pretenno that these
words cannot be used in SHch manner as
to constitute a " trade mark." '
Where words and the allocation ef words
have, by long use, become known as des
ignating the article of a particular manu
facturer, he acquires a right to them as
trade mark, which competing dealers can-.
not fraudulently invade.
Toe eesence of the wrong is the false repre
sentation ana deceit, on proof of whioh
an injunction will issue."
The eonclndin? word? of the Judges'
decision are :
1 The order annealed from should be modi
fied and the injunction extended so as to pro
hibit the use of the word Worcestershire
sauce on the bills, labels and wrappers ot
LEA & PERKINS'
EXTRACT of a
Madras, to his
"Tell Lea A Per
rins that their
Sauce in highly es
teemed in India.
To be the
And applicable to
rand is, in my opin
ion, tne most pal
atable as well as
the most whele
nome Sauce that
TY OF DISH.
Sold Wholesale and for Exportation by the
Proprietors, LEA and PERKINS, Worcester,
England; and Retail bv Dealers in Sauces gen
erally throughout the World.
Ask for tea k Perrins' fiance.
All parties infringing
prosecuted by Moasrs. L
on tho above will ha
JOHN DTJXCAX'S SONS,
L0U1SYILLE AJiD CINCINNATI
Short Line Railroad
AND THE EAST!
The (J nick est, Bat and Ouly I!rr1e
Running a Double Daily Line
Pnllmnn Drswlng-Renni Nleenlng;-
SJortcliea from I.onlnvltlo Iu
tVolumbue, O., PlitKburif,
PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
and other Eastern cities
THE ONLi LINE WITH WHICH PASSKX
gcrs from the South make Direct Connec
tion at Louisville with Through Car for New
York. AVOIDING FROM 7 TO Id UOUKs
DELAY incident to. and RUIVISG UN);
TRAIN IN ADVANCE of ell othtr lii.w.
Time from Louisville to New York
Only Thirty-One Honrs.
This Line Is Stone Ballasted and entirely
FREE FROM DUST. Being equipped with
the celebrated Weslingbouse Air-Brake, pre
cludes all possibility of oollixious.
OXLY ALL RAIL
Between Louisville and Cincinnati, Ea3;!r,&
usrer the threat Iron Railway Bridge at Cinin-
n ati,. making Hired connection wun can
tri'nk u it. tho North and E:mt.
T.ketji for sale VIA LOUISVILLE AND
THE cliOKT LINE at all ticket offices in tbe
bouth and Southwest.
4. KW. (.KlnrJVFK. (ira. Knv'l.
B. 8. Parkss, Uen. Pass, and Ticket AkI.
,16 Main Street, Corner Adams,
' WR0LK3ALI 1D EKTAtl.
T'-EEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
IV large .and well selpnted stf""k of Confec
tions, W in. a. Liquors, FruitF, N"tion, Nut,
etc Ilis frt ends and the public are invited to
call, and caa rest assured they can find at all
times every! hing in his line of the best arti
cle and nt ra, 'onnhle prit 4't-l'JSl
. . t - L
JAS. Is. SHARKS, Prop.
LOCATED IMMEDIATELY OS
ym of tbe ''adacah and S4.mfh
XJ the Una of the
railroad, within miles of Mimniu, i
one of the richest ' o. of West lenaessee
It is a
Talaable Advertising Medium
for Memphis merchants.
H T A5BOOD RKSTORID-A VICTIM Of
liL youthful inpridnr, censing p-eBe-
ture decay, aerates
tritA in v.tn ever klM
nervvas aeotmy, eto.. aavuig
every known remedy, baa fnana
a sim leeelf-eure, whifh be will snj r- t.
hi, e owsuierers. Address J.H. hKK fc
UNa aa street, Ke York. Leod-J-n-0