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4 rt t f ,r U ' . st .. I. i . . tful I I,-, . I ! U la or...! ... f (.; II ll I'"l4 l-fii Br.'.iH H .'; I h If., f,m t, rrj-r't !'' ' j mU rr, 'M,tl UI ,, N. " ii.h'Yt..,.. lt"'J'kHur .-.I it.i-lft! . , , . , , I" it." ti,, ,,,,. w. t. i. ,,., . ('"!7 ih .rm er.!,4 ti Trrurrr' t't ti. , A - . 1 1 - - i t 4 1 t i' -- a.- - - I " T t UP i, itjiumiunirtiMi 1 1. ii u ; ! rXT4 M JIIH. MITICC. i club of 4 ) tU mot fjtioc. LUh will rrilit! , E'ik ftr m H t. trt jfiDct os U Kf h nUriptioti. Tkrrt bM tn csn.-if ( local for tb j ttt to wki. Dirmt MrTic mill U LU In tb ortroom to-morrow ij IU. T. TI. Cxkoy, rIor of tin CbrliVnn ikurtb. (jJ thrap fur coib t I-rn- Jer YttXm indebted tw ot for sub- Lription or aJTertiiing tnutt ccme trwirJ tod ftj ut,at e cannot arl to carry oror accoanta longer a out year. Our aobacribert are ftneralljr paying up, but there jet many behind, and we denre to make aettlementa thia wiuter. The buiinesa done in the Chan- try Cjurt baa been light thia week. I have among the attendant, bweter, aeveral prominent citizen I other countiea, among them Maj. Klmer, Col. IShanua, and Mr. Mc Smdon of DeSoto, Col. W. L. Ar- libald, of Oxford, and Mr. J. B. loothe, of Tallahatchie. W republish the lien law passed the last term of the Legislature at p request of a large number of our ktroQS. A Trult Sid Accident. On Fri y last, while the cars were being kvcd on the side-track at Court id, a little son of Mr. B.T.Brown, li in front of one, and was knocked dtr, and had one of his legs so illy crushed it had to be taken off. uhe weather has been very pleas- ind delightful for the past week, 1 yesterday, when it turned voty i ilk m mi i 11 (li vttol I pt fid til win ! it tk total I w I ortk- sA 5 00. oast 01 Jit ?oj t J Itll pud) . W U. COM 'iw Idea. We notice from the mit Times that the ladies of that g have got up a new kind of en ainraent. It is called "Cravat table." The chief feature is that y lady who attends is expected ring with her a ciavut made of ippie material of the dress she ri. All the cravats are deposit- lu a box and every gentleman i for one, and. it is understood lie will pay exclusive attention evcuiug to tho luily whose dress Iches the cravat. is it a new, but a very good It is a itop in the right direc Wc suggest that our ladies this.JJxst, . and then get up a t" sociable on the same plan, to folbwcd by a "pnnts party." re will be no lack of gentlemen attend lucIi - sociable. At the r party Dolly Varden calicoes Id be ignored. Wanted. i rcspohkible party wishes to pur si nu improved ilace in this liitr son Iniin lie not ess than 80 if .. O " more than 160 seres. Parties fnng to sell will do well to con with. rue upon the subject. Freeman Randolph, Attomey-at'Law, Sardis, Miss n-a ri, tut alesyt tbrnift It m a ! Jr o the rttj.-ttl(i ff tm A U Uoj frl.m,ty. The tnnMiS Is one of tbs nvwt bU, aa ll as of Vtt p. in. If U generally kept as g sard dtg that k ktpt chaiae. n the day tine te prevent him from biting the lamily and friend of bia oanar, aad lurnad luo at night to ream town and atttnd dog.fightt gener. ally. II it math prised, and tome. timet commands a high price. The Newfoundland it also a noble dog, of fine proportions. Any large blaek shaggy dog nay be safaly call ed a Newfoundland no one will ever find ont the cheat. lie la very sagacious, and is valuable in fami ly whore there are sever al lit'.le chil dren. Mothers sometimes leave their little ones playing in the lot where there is a lares pool of water and feel no concern about them, believ ing that if one was to tumble over in the pool, the Newfoundland would pull hira out. This U a very com fortable feeling for the mother, but the little fellow who tumbles in has a hard time of it, and usually needs a little marble slab to mark the spot where they "laid him." The cur is next in order. lie is the dog most sought after by movers and our colored fellow-citizens, and is generally "yaller" or brindle, and nearly always bss a bob-tail. He generally wears his ears "crapped," and always looks as though he hadu't had a good square meal iu several daya. His principal occupa tion is treeing 'possums and sucking eggs the bitter being his spoiial de light. Give a colored fellow-citizeu a yaller bobtail cur and an old army pistol and ho "is happy." The "yaller" cur is as indispensable to "movers" as tow-beaded children. Who ever saw a man moving to Ar kansas or Texas that didn't have one tied to the hind part ot his wagon, and how would the tin-plates get cleaned out if Le didn't ? The poodle deserves our special notice. He is a diminutive little shaggy concern of a dog, and is the particular delight of some old maids and married women who have no children of their own. He is goner ally of a whitish or mottled color, niid delights in being carried around in his owner's arms, with a bluo rib bon about his neck. When allowed to run on the street for a short time e usually frisks about on three legs, and holds out the idea that he is crippled which is all bosh but he never fails to inamre m tho breast of every t)ion he meets, a strong desire j.- 1 1. 1 ! I :.. , ftMn;.10f tVinT a.4 i"" L Jr imhum ..... ?-M!Bcwaro of Counterfeit! JaM'f I ftf hmii nmtM tekM r-...... It hmiU irnaM tokra f .. Hf Il.i' ufe.tt t . . I; lwi I lamti tut "' pafKII !- IS .. ...... tf ftwfc aa kw4 M Mh ml f !) kraagkl iu ll..-. It tji j: 1044 M 1 14 14 . 4.4 It I'uk m ki4 far fntfamt, I2T 4 1 CMa kM4 foartkmm mrpH. 19 IK.SWM MfllirN TOMC YRUI. t- fM I'll. I MM kf f M l If k llrfi liM t nf.ii a ll Ik. !IMI J"h I Nvt l TiHit f Im fill. k.f ri.XlKt W-M lk M Hh l!f. If Kf prift atAWt H .ff n Mrk l IU, 4a tori prtkiM, f fn mm k Mritl t Km mf mtwua 4f rritwit, 4 r tk.i itart. I aill tnmemm cat lrn( ( m mf rigkl. Tm mm Pwlik 4 Tmit rf nip M pMH i wtul, ha Jim Ht'l.L Litt, Ruf. 5, 1'iitf iMt.xt ! .?)4T!(rriiii:iv. ! t'odcita, MalAlcita & Co i 1 1-. r I 4,ii f t P w it. r.M i . . lil Halt htrpt, r .i iii r.i-. tul .V""4m, T" J. J.l'EAItSON. r'tii t Sf'nlf fkMMAr mi4 Jtwtlrr ltit H(l.l, . ITR'tVlt.l.R, WIM I'lKnoiai.triis! STAR PLAITING HILL! 1 Jnl.lllts ti4 lUati, OUUat It (! a. 4'f 'i..t t-a DOOK3. BAHU DLIND3. MOULDING . . . to knock bis brains out agaiust theT.CUnT n)li j ..... i l nrL.i .. ,n ' iyt : .. lonir.; F. Larender is selling his goods The How tad Why. BHl4rr. ckanfftaf lkf rtiot lwjb iar44 acaiut nu hj lk iut( prsilat, aid la 4:t of Ui alaiaal car w Hod that la cm Ula ttataai of Ik J.u laflitrniH, cougbi, uim tad iiallar llrw ar w waan a lmot I b nftiti u fpidf iic. Tbn di HMI ar bj a aiwaa irrwi f aanftr, and lb nf gltctfd bxklnf ouh which kM ba 'pwHil lijr btcaaa II wa4 aly aa aaaeraac and f ao paiillf pata, nfort'.ally too Irwiueatljr Imcou brool or Krmlnat ia oaramplioa, aad lnd (lowljr or rapidly lb eat nay b to tb graf. Waleh, there for, Datura warning, and eoniider cougb or cold ai tb rap f Itna girts by Dmtb at th outer door. MunaSdd Hnngariaa Baliaai of Life b brea ackaowlrdgtd by th most cmi nnt physician to b tb KMt carefully pre pared remedy for dittim of th throat and lungs that ha rer beta offered to th public and th formula, the ingredient of which are printed upon th wrapper of each bottle, ire well knows when obtained good and pure to be th rery finest in th whole materia medica for complaint of this elass. Proud of the reputation Mansfield's Hungarian Balsam of Life has obtained, the proprietors sot re neither pains or expense to keep this excellent remedy up to It high standard of purity and streng'h, and sufferers will do well to girt it an honest trial. HAD TBI IVIDIICI. Cor ijiotok, Kt., Not. 8, 1871 Messrs. Mansfield k Higbee Oenti: Last month, when passing; through your city, I pro cured six bottles of your Hungarian Balsam of Life, for the use of my sister, who was suffering from lung disease, contracted last winter. She bad all the symptoms of a rapid decline th hectic cough, pain in the chest, night sweats, debilitT. and general disturbance or the li tem. Duiing th suing and summer ill had tried erery remedy she could hear of, but bad become (omnletely disheartened. Upon my return borne she commenced using your Hun garian Balsam, according to directions, free! taking eight or U-n doses daily. The resul has been rery gratifying. Her cough is about gone, the pain in the bieast ceased before she bad used two bottles, ar also ner mini iwrais She hai gained in strength and really consid en hersell enred. I can assure you, sirs, we shall f rer feel gritcful that you furnished us with the Balsam, as w know it has prored to be more than you claim for it. Very truly yours, J. S. Waltks, Symptoms. Slight pain in the side, th skin and aye assume a thick yellow eoat, digestion is impaired, an unpleasant sinking sensation at the pit of the stonmch is experienced, the bowels are Irregular, the mind fretful, the mem' ory weakened, sometimes 1 slight cough, cold ness of the handi and feet, sometimes loss of appetite, and nt others unnatural craving for tood, Ullliness OI IU licnu, oepremeu epiriu, fcelini of uncertainty, of having-left sora thin undone, b t oon't tell what ll is. Take SIMMO.N'rV LIVER UEUULATOtt, It will re move ill unjilMJiinl fee llnji and rink you well CHEAP CASH STORE. S B. AKBUCKLE, DRALER l.t Dry Goods, Clothing Bool, Shoes, Hats Saiilcrr, -Groceries, Mectocrics, TINWARO AND General Merchandise, SARDIS, MISSISSIPPI. A Large Lot of China Toys FOR CHRISTMAS! I WILL PAY CASH FOR COTTON 8 BED. I want 10,000 Busheli 17-'Jio t i . , , .,.- i , . ,f . f-4 't ' 4f "W f ? iv f .4tr- t f 41 ? ) V I g t 11 ,. a.t -m 4 - f ) l tfc f 4J f 9M0 -4 la a a. tV,-.'.'.t.'!'.l.'.JX, I Wcathcrtioinllnic, Flooring CeillnR. Door Frtmett in-.i Y tn, IWa- kef. rNtM, ,ll JW, ! I WifI( Won Tnri if g, ail a I Vlr U n iii!'iri Mat'Hl, iili..t. n lui lit, f li f iri4f-l l.tim!f, ."hitn'.a nl ItK. ' ' I ' - t I,M I l . tfc. fit i ti uiniis lii;iTHOLU)AV(iliT. fTra, Wt kM, iWk4 'I'J at!y re pir4 a I rraried la git tir mmlwiiaa i mI altrttiMi " " aa'ek renairiag, Alt ri sent by npt, oih'tiiW Ire prtmpl atitomlna. llnl.l tad rlileef Plailng tm . MWIIO KA' lltlM Rr.P.alRKIV tver mc ukbt lA.mat g.wmmf 4 a Ma V BOOK ri'iT GREAT INDUSTRIES OfTHK V MTF.I) STATUS; An ftiatoriral 8ummary of thrtlrigin, Orowik nd I'rrffrtion of the I'birf Industrial Arts of this Tountiy. 1300 PAOES AND 500 ENGRAVINGS Wriittn by 20 Kroiarnl Aulhon, loclutling jom t. uoiuh, Lend (), mwAnn no lakh, itaf. B. LTM4H, 1KV. I. KtIH MAI.!, NOR ACiciiiLiT, mi.Lir mri.v, ami-it R1HHAM, r. B. rVRIllRR, KTt ., BTT. Tht work fa t pnnitM hWliirf of 11 hnrx Ha ul mnuiMr?. Miwii pmtt luinui-ftitro, nr.. in ii im. ll Ut m rotiiplfl HH'jrrksfmlia at r1a nA mmnutte- I urrt. ana In th M4tl rniortaiiiinii anil valiiahw work I tf tafirrmallnti in utMvi l iiwral tntrrr4 pvm Im ittshlk. li w alri41 (o the want f I Mcn-hant, Manulartitrtrr, Mtrhnte, KMrmer, Htntnt U tot, F,lth HfHl, hintl Ht-tmtmt, HuCh Hil. In mt, m4 tMinn mn H hut MUM. tttrfd h All lWhtHrr iiitl luvMiiiir, ami trllii In tarth Ui ant Tmnw4 all laMHi, Ttt Umk In Milil by aci'iitk. wh ar maktur lain Ml In all parts uf th i-oanirv. It la lrVrtJ at tif low urlffltil t..i(t. antl In tlim i-hiAiNitt hmtk utT Mkltl iij PUtwTiutiin. No family fthimltl h5 without a iHtny. waul AmnU In very t4n tf th I nitfd Htau, ami no Ami ran full t in wpII with thin iR. (Hir irtiiM an itiwrai, w aivp ur urntn th Tt litatra rtbt til tHTttry. tHw M ot.tr wnia atilil l-Ci itMklfv m vliliiilaTa. anithtr miM iHWin twa wiflm. Mir aurtit In Hart dsn! kiIH Si7 In on wtwk, HimtI- I nit'iia of in worn win in wnt on miin tit mmiiii. rikr t-m-ulin and tcrma to igrnti aiMrra th pull- iiiiuni. j. a. t nuj ii l in., iiartiortt. r.ma. ortli Chlcaitu, 111., ik riiMttinatl, Ohio. MONEY! MONEY! ! WB re.prctfully requtsl all those Indebted to as, tltlxrby note or open nccuunt to come forward and make satisfactory settlement by The First Day of JANUARY 1873. If not arranged by that time, we will be compelled to place tlicm in the hands of an officer for collection, as our old business must be closed up. BAIXENT1NE WALL. IIEFI.IN & HOllCOOI). September 18, 1872. srp'iltf F. II. CLARK & CO., IMPORTERS And Wbolaaala and Ratal! Dalisin falcDcs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Sil? crwarc SPEfTA'LKS, FANCY (l(X)IW, til N, KTC So. 1 an k't Marblf 111, Cim t: ti.um, T. rV3r BALLENTINE, HEFLIN & CQ, Announce to their friends and customers that Ihry ar receiving th largest and best stock of I) R Y G O O I) S erer eihihitrd in this countr. sj fat if tinn jnMi,fi'-l, fi,r a fa'!, .1, V.mM ;lf,nsHl.MMllK,T. lU-itrfu I ala i4 ;)4. J.V7.V, 7.'.V.V. EADER & MELLERSII, Proprietor!. ESTABLISHED IN lcc RiCE, STIX & CO., KXCI.l'SlVg WHOI.ESALI Dry Goods, Notions White Goods, Hosiery, GENTS FUKKIKUINU (100DH, ETC., 319 Main Street 819 NewTork, MEMPHIS, TENS. IT k 1U W hite Htrect. Spacious Notion Dtpa'tment up Slalrs. sepll-flin They art opening larg lines of Dross Goods, White Hoods, Shawls, .Scarfs, Hats, Lndlrs' Head) -mad Suits. Etc., to which Ihry inrln th special attention o th ladie. 1SFETW BTOHEI N. R. SLEDGE & SONS, We hava jtiat cotiilet?it and moved into our NEW STORE HOUSE AT COMO, MISSISSIPPI, titiro we are opening ami offering to the people at the lowest market price", the largnai and moat varied Stools, of Groodo erer brought to NORTH MISSISSIPPI Our fncilitiea and coiivenienc'mi fordoinsr buainess enable ua to compete stieceMfullj with the lnrgcat and bent mercantile hotisei of the countr, ami we tender to our mends ana cutomcri the benefit ot all the advanta ges wo pomelo. Our goods have all been bought with caali, and we defj competition in price and qualities of everything uiually found for aali ia a General Wholesale and Retail Establishment. Our lonz experience aa merchant in thia country, with the assistance of experienced employees, warrant the hope to givo satisfaction to all who lavor us with their patronage. Our new itot chouse building he s been finished at a heavy expenditure, and wo claim for it advantages for business over any similar bailding in the whole- country. It is a treat within itself to go through all its apartments, and we invite our friends and tie public generally to call end see for then selves. We thank our lrionds for pnst favoro, and with ettended facilities for increasing our business, we hope to contiuuo serving them and tho pub lic generally. . Como, Miss. P. S. Persons mdebtei to the old firm of N. It. Bledgo k Co- will please come forward and 'nettle, or their accounts, note, etc., will be put nt fur i.lli.Minn Tint .93. 1S79 1840 1873 THE idgt Alderaon, of Natchez, dur- the trial of an important case, leredfhe District Attorney into ray and put a fine of fifty dol on bim for refusing to close th instead of opening it; the Die- ;t Attornev insintino-ha had the t to manage the case for his cli the State, aB he might think best imsthat Governor Powers, by graph, remitted the fine and or the sheriff to release the Die- Attorney, whereupon the Judge 'ed he aherifl. to execute his w t the peril of a heavy f fine, Iw9Hi the action of the Gov- m a high-handed outrage, say : "If Governor Powers was is t6j I would send h'm to jail, H me God. I . would let him rw that I would not permit the P'sTOf thu court to be trampled fwfcoi T will not say yet what f nv conraa. I mav order Werk to issue on execution for "rest of the Governor. Before wort adjourne I will determine arsel shall take." next lamp-post. What f u poodle was made for, ia one of the mysteries which Professor Tyndall has never exnlained to the satisfaction of man- kind. They would doubtless make better sausage meat than some other kinds of dog, because they are al- m . . .t 11 1.1 ' ways tat, Dut tney are so smaii mey j 5 don't pay the butcher for the trou I bleof killing them ; so he has to 3 obtain his meat elsewhere. An old l bache'or with a poodle is a sight worth seeiner. . m . - g Bargains can be had at Lavens S uer s, 101 tao". Ladies and gentlemen, I'm going to relate Of a ntw magie lantern that come out of lata; This I will do th ladies to plekie, The lamp is nice inside, packed with cotton. It is certainly wise to make this rhyme, Just cerae along and be in time sreai i'irtY IewTorkOffloa,27BEEOAH8I. , J G. HARRIS & COi SEAL PRESS, ;ENGHAVtH5i to get yourself one to escort yourr lady to church. I would like to tell p3 you more about it, but it a night J. P. Ryan. I r " Mr .ik t 1 .... x ... ' i -. 1 r ; . I jr.5ii r - . T ----- . I I ' Current Itema. James M. Smith was inaugurated Governor of Georgia Saturday. At New Haven, Connecticut, Mrs. Mil l"" .Win 1 ll !V;- rioritiToai tns-r a 1, LLoiis Stencil ami Steel Letter . '.. imrliCtBBXM6 ' fetencU Brand.', PaiaU r4 BruMie, Burning a.i Ri.m,. Alnhabetl and F.earei, MEMPHIAPPEAL DAILY 5 WEEKLY A PAPER FOrThE PEOPLE, I asSThe Mempliii Appeal i now thorongbty identified with the people of Tennessee, Ala bama, Mississippi and Arkansas. It has bcn in existence thirty-two years, and, popular as 'it has beretofor been, the present proprietors 'ire determined to render it still more worthy of its nast historr. and of the confidence which 1th oublic renose in It. Its circulation and t la aw 1. 1. el rtmihla fliat tili.li li hu eninred at anr tim durinE its Ilong career, but w cesign, during the yaar 1873, to extend its field and to increase its I . .... . J L ..,.,!!. rtiselulness. 1 in w expeci 10 uo uy puunui- inga FIRST-CLASS NEWSPAPER, A Representative Journal of thii Section. The CHEAPEST PAPER IN THE SOUTH. Special Telegraphic Dispatcher Th Associated Press Dispatches. ('Foreign and Domestic Intelligtace. .Full Maraemeporw. ;Th Trogresii of Railroads. 'Information for Merchant and Producer. P Krcry Kind of Political Intelligence. Discoveries In (Science anu a. Original Poetry and Storie. jAgrkoltural and Farm Intelligence. The Following by Telegraph every Day Proceedings of Congress. ir,u..tinira TennensM L ffislature. (.Proceeding! Arkansas Legislature. PntMalinm HississiDDi Leeislature. New Embracing Irerything of Interest. JTJST RECEIVED AND CONSTANTLY K KPT ON HAND A Complete Line of MET AUG CASES AND CASKETS OF TIIK LATEHT DEMC1NH. II.RO A Complrt Line of COFFIN TBIMMINOS AND WOODEN COFFINS. BAI.LF.NTI.NR, HEFLIN CO. etl A large stock of Biusm'Ih, Threeriy, Ingrain, Hemp and Venetian CARPETS, B.UQS, ETC, ETC., Nov. 23. 1872 J. KTES-W PLAN UNDER NEW CASH :oi- OUIl FURNITURE ROOMS in tilled with a superb selrctioa ot Cheap, Medium and Fine Fnrniture bought direct from the Manufacturers, and will be sold it rery short profits. We can supply almost my article desired In this lis. WATCHES, JEWELRY. o In. S as C!ir7fJ l our oRocmr dkpatmrnt On and after November First, 1 will sell My Entire Stock of Dry Goods Hoots, Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Hardware, Tin and Woodcrware, Dress Goods, Notions and Saddlery AT TEN PER CENT. ON COST. Of course I can't book goods now. I Lope all who are indebted to I ll full, mbrclr.g everything u.ually kepi I w CQnj, jn BnJ fty mi M e mc boW them how etfClpgOOde rX I a flrst-class Orscery store. I Repectfail, BALI.KNTINE, HKFLIN A CO: Oct. 14, 1K2, S. D.POWELL, 6ATE8VILLE, MISa JOH WBIOUT, . i 1 Kinchloe $ Wright UUI I UN Wftnli aad Lot for Sale. taYt a resideiide in the iron of P that X wish to sell or rent P ren room, all iiecessarj out' 171, na in good state ot repair, uiit, appiy 10 "18 A. II. Caldwell. . J.10T, v.."- - - j , HtMii gumus. Alphabets ana rigurei, Sherman has confesied to the poie w Bg j, Cai n;no- f Biirht neraons. IikJaTI Waa Seals, Hand Stamp, with Ink The teW report, p.WjaP mild weamer ami rain ua8uuuTools,andallauOfriai. . . , B ni-pn the recent enow-bound region. Sol Agu to' ae - ttK.DATEE, The last yfttra prodnct of all the T T "Tf l . , . . '" ' ,t: :! i ' .. '.'-a i o Inula In iron worR ana wma i iuiuwnri rjg rtn Becoa im "" v aioweq to over a minion aim 1. Bt0)I fcr pnee liwi oonrter tons, Tt ia nmlprstood tlist Mil thfl Con- a.iicbi.,. i ductors of the Harlem Huilroad have tendered theirresienuiiotis in eonse- oaence of an order reouiring them 1 1 1 1 . .L.:. ty Jteep eneCK-DOOKa OI tmir rer- ceipts, and give a punched ticket to each passenger paying ire. "Brick" Poraeroy senda nshia compliments of the season, with a copy of Pomeroy'a Democrat, with the request to announce the resump tion of publication of the Democrat. "Brick" says: "From thia time on the Democrat will he lively, even for those who do not like it, and in all respects a very independent news paper, W furnish below th quotations of price of cotton corrected weemy oy o. n. unnwn wholesal and retail dealer ia dry foods tad grocerle. Vy,th 17th: JHm rrm mmrmn. Cotton Middling 20 Jc and dull. Middling apUadi lOd aad dulL , , JMVMI Jrt. Cotton middling 19Jcnl low niddlin 18k.' S - ' - I J rl Mmrktt. tVltna-middlinir. l!)licr low middling lMildc; low aad duity front 12 to He, ket dall, and declining. In a word, aa a great newspaper, th Appeal will bar no superior in tb Southwest. . Th Daily will b the history of th world for on day, and the Weekly will contain everything ,. will Interest the country readers. De luding tb advancement of our common' in AnatrinL commercial and agricultural pros- nerrtr. tab the chief end of genuine journal. ism, to Appeal will maae unc parauiiuu. hjt- . ' . . Krery county ana wwu ui mninn tumid h cood Mtxr. The Appeal does LUot propose or dasir to supplant or Interfere trary, il will club with tueta on tne most no. era) term, and oo-perat with them for mu .i nmtMtioa. and in all nlani for advancing th aewsppr Iraternity, tb prosperity of th country, and th wllar at tha paople. ltt DOlllIC m AptMeai wm iriuaiu vwv- mtie or GonserTatir. and. in elections In roWing political iseuts, it will nipport the eamsidateawbouToritiTiewa, from aa abiding faith in th power of organisation ta lecom Dlish good result, and a belijf that tb party's will when nonesur npnmi u oriiiiu in a nomination. Is tb beat upmsion of its etfectiT power. . S. II. GUNTER, Having been exclusively angaged In thf I Qtocerr business, would respectfully inform my customers and friends generally that 1 bars, in addition to my larg slock of GROCERIES, a full ttock of Staph and Fancy DRY GOODS, a tmc at reiu'Ctiojt IN STOVES. S. . SilLT i. n. MOOKI. ( ' 160 2 60 20 TERMS MB 1871 Dailv. txr annum.................... Sunday, par annum.. Wasklv. ter annum Weekly, elnb of fi v or mar Addre, ' MKMPHIB APPEAL PCBLIB11IN0 CC, APPEAL BUILDING, U Unfaio Street, Memphis, Tcon. Booli and Short, Hall and Caps, Ready Mad CMhing, Hardware and Cuttlery, also a full assortment of booking Stoves, Tinware, and jlgrUulltural Mmplemenli, all of which I offer to sell a low as they eaa be bought in any market for cash, might added. Termai snab No goods sold on time nnloi by special agree ment. Tbom indebted ta m on old aoeoont will confer a faror by selUine tb same. Tbeac count art past du and I need tb money. 8. H. GUNTER. "9 fl 1 BROOKS, NEELY & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factor jomraission iTicicuauis, .ilin DEALERS IX Plantation SuppUes, Boat and Bar Stores, 387 KKONT BTBBET, (between la on andftayoso,) HEMPHIS,TEMH. not i H. B. MARTIN. C. W. VRAZKR. W. P. HART1H. EXGELSIOR PLACING HILL. t.ttm"RF.r YARD. Nos. 361 & 363 Second Street, Betwce VnU and Gayott, a - UJ.MI UIB, iAiHi. Minufctu.enandDeleninFloorlnr, Weather-BoatrJing, Trn( aad Scroll Sawia ( 4 kiad of Lumber, Bough or Pressed. I have on hand a large lot of first-1 class Cookine- 8tore. which I trill sell strictlr at Memphis prices. Call a and see, I will also sell Tinware to mer chants in the country ten per cent, less than Memphis price list. Come and see me and save your money. J.P.RYAN, janll No. 7 Main at., Sard'n, Miss. T. J. HUNTER & CO., -tULIH II DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, ' SARDIS, MISS. , - ' We have just received a full stock ..,,.' Dry Goods, Notions, , staple ana Fancy Grcrrr::r, which we offer to the public at low prices. t It ia our aim i - ? e . -thine the people may desirfc, and In quantmea to suit pure , i . pay tho market value for COTTON. UivJ w can.