Newspaper Page Text
I . r
! 1 1 ! I I I 1 , t IJ t I i f v) I I A evSn, Ell'-or and frcprl.tof, r .... - - , : - m . '. . VOLUtfe XXI, I.MTA III, INK ; Nrtn, T1f , CO ftr Yitr, tfAKDifl, PAMOLA COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, SATURDAY, APRIL 0, 1BB1, jfcOKTILf, flM r"t"l ll..(M,.vr, (, N'liHt. tltcir Iriihimmf' K.blml ft..,Hrtf)jl that inir own u.tirMy .M ,m, ! to II. 4 10ft OK1, KlMtON S f AM I , pd.af iimn strl.itii.il inf.). f l. 1.4. Ii Mibbnth Tor InvciiidNilfift il,Miii Jf'in week hikI fur i!icnl..n ftr m Hiimr, Oregon C. Bitters, ,., . . .r riior i:,? ii),s,i,, ll Shutllil ll, L(.ef vv Itfl 1 ' ' " man U tit,. I lUlMtfab. llr'M ftlM'tdMllllft .MiITl, The 'p')Mwilily of another. i.Wir,(rifSl!nij!U. AJi'w -. Iul tlieturfi, .,. if.. ' 'fw.M th,t A.,..., t MmiI, .r tw .In,,. M ui .... . . , I (it iiiivn tii .1 1.. .. . ti u 11 1 , im'ii hi irri inif ."ViiiimHi. in. r'ttk r 1 wav 1 HI 6v 8, L iti row IhoJ 1Mb Wi u4 uu - ic: V la In II.. hud not lain i.lh. nn. I ..I... 1 1 I alio Uhrt fMl btood 1o the Hip lifml Nnlhrm iiiip, ariMHilfllone nil...,miMi,,,.u....1..lfnal.iiirni,lf..r v i " -""'' ".".Tiintf It wnMlte wrciiumcnni ' r""ii 1 111.111- , "-11 'iiiii ltl- lll.li , . 1 merltcil the tirltr. .ff...i ... mk-ht nr.rf...-t I... 1 1 ' "'rm,,r ml ",,"'' l'"' Itt-r. Wh.it " "" I " I'Y lilt! iVw Orlvana Tiinei, f,.r tl,e ,.t poem rxprmaive of th. grntittule of the South toward the North. VC cannot Ignore tnitlit, though un. plffiisant ones, nml woman' influ- h df h "" o"1 fl,r ('"'f ,1,i 1 11 llin I" "i n'7 mi , jhokl fnf Hi' B1'" or ,"""i ndlitlr nr tiMollirr, lo winter or bluoin. J a mnjf It lo dit. , wit ltnii ilvf ry r.rl ! Id Und, l.ndll.PP.mrr.n. o ,, -er.n ,c) .e , ortin 01 - "'- n inor- H-mlinrM , ,,, tlat ' ltil) R) ! ! tlM- opinion f tr Sun.Iay m ho., the of the ir lirt fault on h.-r I l'"l;nM. wl.o nn Fsatnpln that haa bcrn fullowp.l rrml this, nhunt it? We hail him lii gmir km. I mi, m i HIi.miI,! p,i H,f Hlmkifip little it.sfli' od't ll(U U llfMl l.v his m.,1,. , 'nwiTinj( (li.Hco.iw last Sun.h.y Tfiin inn lent' n.11 . . 11:.. ifti vi Hit t..i.;.i .1 nn 4x1 inn fr 1 1 in " " 1 'I I'lllllipr niilMtllM'K. I- 1.1 1 .. . UUKIHV USUini M IPf . lv t-i. i 11.. h.irl l. IMitnlnff motion: . . ... . ' v "iniic .7.rnJovrre icMmir brc.th. none W1" 're controvert it. With out Andrew Johnson's wife, we snouiu not have had a Preitident ill Iht mirror i dry and the imtjc ilcnth Ii to fire. , Ii dc4 hini- hind ii not open wide kelp th nwd of human brolhcr; ItimiMf the Itnglh of hli lil'cloriK rldr h ilvci nil ivnunmc pmcr 10 Bnowirr; Wi ihouiand million II vn arc hi Bocirrin Uic world in hit ivmpathici. To 1nr Ii to die. Alf OTHER KOCKCT Oa tk Wamaa QamtUa. dy. Sampson, the strongest mm. that ever exited, rexiMed aticrraa fully aevernl hundred men mid was conquered at Inat by a woman. Solomon wan the winct man, ami yet woman overcame lu.s wifidoiii OUV 1 ...ll. ti l l . 1 , iit iMc w me naoyiiuimn taptiv ty. IJ7th Paalm. Hidhnp Middteville, ti. ! . 1.. . . . There iH a marriage in contem- , ' " nm '"r ' 0 ' .. . . iiH'ie are a t loiimmil .nation here, of more recent date jt nan the one to which I Hlluded in -Ln Rochefoucauld. Johnson and 'tis averred hy news- j t5ome of t,,e bt'' sovereigns wen paper correspondents that the . womcn- Victoria 11 now ruling j-n-pcin uiLujjani oi tne White-' " "",re justice anc ny last writing. There are very ' '" ""' ' n"M" iu-.d a Hp ; f M..K " ; "" '-u il mini V-Ul0 ll.rrrl.. BY IIB.NKI ST. ROqi I. jrroR Star : either sarcasm nor satire arc bsarily argumentative, and prusp generally, is to bedepreca- but some men are so wise in Irown cnceit, that nothing but bsquinade can arouse and ena- them, to see themselves as crs see them j and well might , with the poet pray, "O wad kt pow'r the gifiie gie us, &c." ha and Kmilu displayed sagac- in hurl ng h mprona ot the d of your self-complacent cor wndent, Alpha, of Woodlawn. does he now wish to make the wuion that thos: authrr. he names he so glibly quoted ot whose companionship he Jts, have placed themselves utv ftcord, claiming sympathy to pianr If so, will he mark the- ei and lest our library be not Wcct and complete ns his, de- lit the volume at the Star office reference? He will pardon us our unwillingness to trust his stations, when we find him rc- fd to auch straits as are evident pis garbled extracts from Pope, Jt correct quotation Is: "Man a, but alwaya to be, blest ;" ot, "Woman never is ic." m, Dr. Talmage did not enu hte twelve of the best novelists reference to their intellectual p. u he represented : but as raed the moral inflicnce of "writings; for Dr. Talmaire pwithat many American wnmnn i u able pens as Marion Har. 1. thouifh less relipious in thlr Wa. The netrro to-dav. i. h indebted to the fertile brain Nn. Stowe for freedom, than tkeflbrta of any one roan. .CTarke, Miss Evans, Fanny .Mni. Lellenu, Mrs. South t. Madame LeVert, Mrs. ".Mra-Brj-an, Mrs. Preston, Fielding, Mr. Downing and n native Americans, and ' Pn of Marion Harland tho' 1 twtiiioned by Dr. Talmage. "wfcrtuaate for Alpha, to have ptd Marion Harland to the f4 Many one familiar with the m of U.c family. Her fathcr A'ota mediocre mind. nnl. .r..n.. d far below the standard of f"jyet themother'i mental ( " indisputably atamr-d C0'child-every one being Acta v..,..: ... ,b K v --r..ni iu meir ia Mlrlnr. I!..... .... a CBlinrnl .1 a- . x ..wiuiTrn aivme, r marked improvement in M C Ka hls "becr half wUrimin,.i.j . .....vi.icu upon ty the A umi..r . t , prominence 0 that fh. k,:i i ' - "va vt ll Whapeechca that die ewofthe "Old Maid's I I e 'Hj'1"" uere a lew yc;.rs ago, hat have kept their pledge of ce. libacy most of them have stood before the hymenial altar. We here suppose that you joined, some time since, an old bachelor's club, and we learn that you have faith fully kept your promise. I have noticed that surveyors arc employed to locate the most practicable routes for railroads j ... being silly, frivolous, weak? m ,,,e sUrtli" information thai ro "V T 0" ' , Would this be creditable to man iTim"n'I,Pe nd Milton agreed I K l? 1W The crn.,,1 n.,,1 ...V...I . With h ill in his .Min,:,t,. ,.f w i v'. i,ml ".V lUll W trt" M "mi iJiiicLi rni rirnn . " House, ia largely indebted to i.i. I wiim. and is displaying mnri wife for success in life ; and even Rtate!,n,nbip, than our masculine rulers Wess us with. The "Maid ! of OrL-ans" was one of the best commanders the world ever knew. The Spartan women, according tr. authentic, history, deserved as now, we hear a changa predicted in Rusnia's policy toward Germa ny, through the influence of whom ? U'llv a U'fiutv W- t.. i ...v,.. ...,n.,,-i0jr wnai nieans did those women acquire such a salutary influence over thi-ir Ii...... ! n,ucn cr(,'lit as did their fathe lords? Think ye, 'twas br somp misDands and brothers for endu- accident or hopeless chance or by j rancc and 1)ravcr.v- Alpha gives rs. Inn ioa,a, man cannot thrive iviihn.it . first, the aid of his mother j and , second, the consent of his wife. ' Alpha's ideal woman to whom he I would resort when in trnnW.. ..,! ' have the seni tn .m,l.,rU......i .i. .l'-lled, . . v ...i... .i.iiiii nn; I. was certainly very ungratefu -I .Milton to d Where would now h. had it women (his daughters i who trans. compiled and copied lor i not have one from Conitl.ind or i prompt without bein" stubbr .Ieprcciate his best not bei-n Ii.U. v (iiii.au. wrilillg.s lor tv. i him. Iiulwt i ... I, .... .... - jo i u'nin ,.i . ....... .. one (uk tor. eii'itt teachers. on !.. I I ""....ill NIIU llll'.l l. .ri'IHIItt IIUM'I. I rl ' cmcuy, eise I . 7 -f wood-work er .n.ivs: '-Jit-tween a a mem io cievisc a cannot conceive of his deriving i ' a s.vmIv,l,u'tlc allimty e u h has much comfort from her society' SOint' i"u,itive Mmprflieniiim ol He seems to possess am i, ..l.ul 1 the Hxt of "tber ; and the ness in discerning the "litneis of i 'n0rC A;,n'nino tl,e woman, the things" ve are led to believe he ire exclllif,itc tl,c the chose his prenomen desirous of be-1 m"rC SOt"01 ,,,c intelligence be "g thought the first man who had I !.WCe" l.he tW0, A wonlan was the courage to avow his superior!-! '""f ,0 ,n,crPrct nriht the arl lhat ty to woman. An I while olj. cnl '" s,,1,k!iP,re-" I mother Sliipton's prophecy, and I .apP' Sl!,t t!,at A,l,h is "ne ol the oossible ronn... V; i ! tl,c lKW "solons" who malign wo- a ''j"vnvvii attiiLW. at by nstronomcrs from the perihe lion of the planets and the increas ing number of spots upon the sun's d s , are rendering the re m of us poor mortals apprehensive, we shall not be surprised to learn that Alpha' has discovered a safe spot outside the world, upon which he can stand and watch fur comets and erratic planets, and with his great toe for a fulcrum and little finger for a lever, lift the world to a placr of safety and let all dan. geroua bodies pass on in illimitable pace. He evidently thinks it un manly to appear in defense of wo man, shown by his surniisinir Emilc to be a woman ; but we feel that w e arc but honoring our man. hood to champion truth and ac cord Bingle justice to "heaven's last, best gift to man." Be wiur Tourwlf, nor think that woman'i name, Can raur oar merit, or adorn jour fame." Uut, Mr. Editort you are due an apology. You gave permission that we might submit our opinion of the relative duties of the two sexes most csnducivc to happiness and prosperity ; and we have un consciously suffered oursclf led on glancing at a few points contained in Alpha's last article, until we have consumed so much of your space that we dare not write more. TRiBm or itEimr. Cul'KTLAND LoiK.K No. 2274, Kmuhts oc Honor. WiiEREAa. It has pleased Al mighty God to remove from our embrace our friend and brother, Guardian, T. C. Matliws, from labor in the lodge below to eternal rcat In the Supreme Lodge above. ficsohed, That we bow in hum bid submission to the decision of the Supreme Dictator of the uni. verse, remembering that His eye is ever over the the righteous and Hit ear is open to their cry. Itaohcdy That thia Lodge has ZURIKA ZCQQZS. Editor Ptak , Some friends of tlifja place have expressed themselves rather freely, but I think dictated by kind feel ing, in reference to the communi cations of your correspondent, Ruth, saying her task la quite dif ficult in writing echoes from thia village regularly. 1 think thcrt ia soma truth in the assertion, from the fact that Eureka is noted for its quietness and no often does n. furiivrnrn tif aruHIaf infer... e-- r -.uruigine f jsc i'"--'--"-- v " i v.... HlW rinM i .. . .I.I..J it.. Pivni t Qtll tnt ruih. i.l. J.i lur. il.il ma..M l.i... pVT,01" of their penamiffht 1 1 .lion with the request that the . your readers, for we generally . JwiwwTit. George Sand Nashville Christian Advocate j 'nwt 0a in statu . Kliot wtxiU N less tfPJ. , . . j Our Sunday school is wy In- " l-ht-v, t-.J !f Jf, L. Atcmtwif , Com. fating and lnHnrttj. V ptts Stalest commendaiiona ' u62tiona athU .... C modest, unobtrusive wo- M 0 worthy member and an effi C.inodcl wife and mother. I ciiut officer, and the country a 'l . "Ma nee of ranHnr - j Jrnjrfiil andtjiiict citiion. v. , v Hu . i 1 iVWifrf, That we tjmpathuc a. 'iaJjT ofmn'a jealousy and with the bereaved children and re tNpentj0lhf realm, of.UuVea. i ".(hanthtfacfthai JtesottvJ. That a copy of this 'rT1 Sr rrsortrd to the rjse preamble and resolutions be fur. ngni man. I do not agree with Emife in his statement that "the world has ever held woman to Ih ii men tal imbecile." The world con siders her fully man's equal. She can wield the pen as successfully as man, as is proven by some of the best writers, such as II, More, Mrs. Hemans, Emma Willard, E. I). N. Southworth, Rosa V. John son, Augusta Evans Wilson, Jane T. Cross, A. K. Mount, C. IJ. Sinclair, Ann Eliza Dupuy, Vir ginia French, Amelia V. Wclby, Mary J. Windle, George Elli.lt, and a host of others. Woman's mind can grasp a problem as read ily as can man's, as the majority of teachers in mixed schools w ill affirm. We havo had painters, sculptors and musicians who were not unknown to fame, notwith standing t'.ie fact that woman's home duties prevent her attaining that perfection in such pursuits that she would otherwise atuin. Woman has inventive genius, as the records of patent offices will show. It is generally conceded that women are the best educators, and how can they impart the knowledge they do not possess? To sum up: women have ruled, fought, written, painted, sculpt ured, and have attained eminence ill astronomy, geology and other sciences, and, in fact, have done everything that max can do. "Mti.ure not the work Until llie dar ' out, and the labor done ; Then bring your gauge. If the work i Kant, Whr, call it scant, affect no compromise. And, in that wt hart nobl itriven, a kratt Deal ilh u noblr, women though wa be, And honor ut with truth, if not with, pralx. Dbta, Gully lildge, March 30th, tHSi. t. SMIL- to Water Va hv. nm. ning through Eureka? We think that the court-house that was loca ted in li.i'. -svillo juglit to have In-en h. ic-. We. are a progressive : people; w have live ministers, one man, one blacksmith as innocent as a Lamb three churches, two .school-houses, two Ic-dgcs one Masonic and tho other a Chapter of the Eastern Star. Eureka has always been remark able for its morality and sobriety. There never has been a saloon here. What town of its size can boast of so much ? There was some considerable excitement here this week ; a dog was killed supposed to have been rabid. I think the controversy on "Wo- 1 man is very intcrestim?. Emile and I Ienri must sustain themselves in their discussion, for you know I would rather they would succeed as they have undertaken to prove that woman la nut man's inferior, if I agree with Alpha. 2 Rem. April 2nd, iS3i. P0IHI8 FEQM POPE'S. Editor Star: Th-.re is another addition to the male population 0f tur thriving little village, and some of the mn say that on account of the arrival of this young stranger in our midst that one of our merchants will have to order a suit of clothes from the manufacturers none in the market large enough. This young man is stopping at Mr. J. B. Wray's, and it is presumed that he will be an interested partner in the firm of W 'ray & Co. Grape-vine intelligence is that ere long we will have a smaller number of bachelors and more benedicts in our community. The parties most deeply interested think they have the matter suh rosa now, but love, like murder, w ill out, and some ol us arc on the put live, anxiously awaiting an invitation to the nuptial ceremonies, One of our young nun will persist in boarding the southward bound mail train everv Saturday evening, and some think" with matrimonial intent. Well, if he will go, we wish him success and happiness throughout his voyage on the sea of matrimony, but we almost envy the young lady that w ins the prize. Our esteemed citizen, Mr. F. G. Fizcr, is to leave us this week to make his home, I have heard, in Tenppjsf e. I lis estimable lady leaves and friends behind her, who have know n her but to vb and esteem her, and wish her happi, ness and prosperity wherever shp may go. Miss Carrie Ftfer, who has been visiting iq our town, a charming daughter pf old Tennes see, carnts with her not only the good wishes of the Indies who have been fortunate enough to form her acquaintance, but i s said that some of the young men havo "an achipg ypid" in their breasts on account of Misi Carrie's Ae par, lure. Too sluwr. vournr mm f "Faint heart PP'rr won fair lady." Grorjje Hailierl. One may ruin himself by frank ness, but one surely dishonors himself by duplicity. Vicitard. Truth is always present j it only needs to lift the iron lids of the mind's eye to read its oracles. Men care comparatively little for erudition in women, but very much for physical health, good na ture and sound sense. The art of conversation to be irn. Im reiute without argument, and to 1 mine grave matters in a tnotlev garb. I X h":; ti Y Y i, v... t I ln s l-IVKH IIWSULATOH, or m nsTn i:te nm CALOMEL an. QUININE FOIt SUK BY HcDiersoH BroU. P. Jenkins, t E. F. WILLIAMS CO., Sariis. Mia. Life- is short and books are often Ion- sometimes multitudinous. Some books are merely to be tasted of, others to be wholly rejected, while only a moderate number arc to be thoroughly read and carefully digested. A lieJrrwed Tramp's Fortune. A romance in real life is the talk of the gossips in an Ohio town. Seven years ago a young man named George Arthur Hrcbb land ed in New York from Liverpool. He was the son of the superinten dent of one of the Imdon public libraries, who was also a large stockholder in the Queen's Theu. T I k . i.c, i.onwon. ai nome young Hrcbb had lived a fast life, which brought about a quarrel between him and his father, and he deter mined to emigrate. In New York Hrcbb fell in with fast friends and soon hi small stock of money was exhausted. I laving no trade", urehb started out with a gang of tramps, and for five years roamed from Stale to State, ragged and dirty. Early in April, 1879, he, with dirty companions, was hang ing around Cadiz, Harrison coun ty, O. On. Sunday John II. Fair, a small farmer and coal operator, with his family, was out walking, and as the roads were muddy, they took the railroad track. After walking some distance they came upon young Hrcbb and his gang, 1 huddled around a fire, Mr. Pair ) got into conversation with the men and Mrs. Fair noticed by Hrebb's speech that he was native of her own country. Mr. and Mrs. Fair asked Btebb to cut loose from his companions and stay with them. This Hrcbb agreed to do, and next day he was put to work. Soon after Brebb became one ol the Fair household a widowed sister of Mrs. Fair came over from Eng. land to make her hums with the Fairs. She was told the ory of Hrcbb, and Hruhb and Mrs, Twee. die soon grew to be very warm mends. I- riendship in time ripen ed into love, and before many months passed bv, Mrs, Tweedle consented to marry Hrebb. al though she knew nothing as to who he really was, and only knew of his life in this country from his own account. He was a redeemed tramp and that was all. The cer I emony was performed in Decern, ber of that year, after which mat. ters went along as usual for several months. Finally Hrebb concluded ho would write home and let his people know of his situation. Af ter a lapse of a short time he re ceived an answer stating that his Uther had died two years ago, and that in hia will he had )eft his w ay ward son $50,000. Hrcbb then disclosed his identity to his wife and relatives, and soon after atart . 11. Tn,os. , 0, Mta TAYLOR k KYLE, A TTM U N K Y 8 AT f. A V . mih, nm; lam j I J. P SIMMONS rt'iAiuT au Soi.nmii, "(arlU, Mississippi, llu.ln.-M In the rl,rrj rmirl i. ..er.allr " " ""i rrrme inunml ,t, tiiiu III ve. iarll,.ilr, I. N, Davis ATTORNEY AT LAW. Como. Miss, ll.nn Craft. p, Coor CRAFT 6c COOPER, ATTORNKY-AT-LAVT, r !J Kaiison St , KEKFHiS TENM. TIMf.4 TAHITI 1.. , U f m ......,, p nt . raj im m.mi Mt,im, j : p m nut, hois4 fcttf I riM Memliii,,, tin I'uran.,,,,,,, fi.i 1aMI, l'.t flulri.ill,, , Pn.i I'wirlland , r rap Atntn at (iiana.la,. asfif iwafiDKi. I.r, Vtc'inr-hia .... . M Arrl.raat H.r.lU r tl HOlSfl SfoSJIU, I .7 ' I 1 r-iiH-4,, I'au t'ourtland,. fa.i nntrietllc fttt S11J1,, fate Coo, .,.... Arri.ea at Mwnphu, uf t.aa A t a a. fi4j mt - US a. fit ; Mu. Km MEMPHIS. We liavcjiul rereived an iimuual Iiij ami e!canl a.twrtincnt ol Ladies Bats. Trimmoi and Uutrlinmed, Also noiuifts, Flowers, Fcalhrm. Birds, fillks. Rlthoua, and Hnlr Goods of every nlvle and va.irlv. All of wlilrk l.aic been irlrclcd Willi a careful regard lo The Wholesale and Retail Trade in Memphia, and will Ik- nold at nprcced. enicdl low pricei. P.E.HOPKINS & CO. 299 Mala Street. Oppo.itc Court Squara. (M-piotiljaji Tom Smith. MARTIN E. 5UU1VAH, Atlsrnsy and Counselor at Law, WATER VALLEY, MISS., Will prnclice in Panola and tin varioui couiilir.nl the Slate, and In lh Kederal coiiit ni Otfuril and Jackwn, piiMerute nil claiiui for priuion and IkhiiiIv belort lha dcpaitnirnl at W'a.liitiloii, for the war ol iSu, Mriiran and Ho.i.la war. and far t'liion .ol.liei, ,,riie tail war. Addreia or call al above plate. Sardis, Miss- Mi.ilai, biKpo.'uf. kalralllnt n4 ilfaa dM la Ik MM .1, U , l mmM prUH- sitor kast or vkhamiaii iiotkl. Solicitor ol Patents. Should tend for Inilnu llnna, term., rafrr enre, Ac. lo F.d:oti Urolheri. Solicitora of ralriila, W'ha.hiiiKton, L). C, who IViM.i.li the ame without rharre. Kln Bmlliera it a weil known and ..wrrMfiil firm of Ur-e ttcrience. having been ealabliihcd in lH. n n.ni eawiuiniswiieiorwmaon.wnere, tons la Mrs. CrcAett. J havi ! ftflm " J week, bef down on my list of friends. tbsy arrived In due lime and had S Sallii Ltro. ImmediAtely received the inberi- f nrch tf, jl:-r FIELDS, SIMMONS & CO., DiAirat in Fresh Fish a Specialty. SAUDIS, um rh. IJih, iMi. JULIUS PORTER, ATTORNEYAT-LAW, Batesvllle, Mississippi. ril-l- 'ri.tk-e in the various court! mf Ihedi.lriil. Will allen.l. when dc.lr ed, the diiTi-rcnt Ju.lirc'i court, tif th coun ty. .Spci ialatlention given lo lha collection ufclaiim. feh u Si ILLS. Dental Office, Main St., South of E. Y, Wllliaina & CoV tit In etflw 4mj tl iMMt. S,n.el..,il.I.f.u J IU U.U.iM.kti.HKcw.,lriliua, Malu. P .1 TEJVTS. r, A. tollman, Solicitor of American and rorelKn Iatlmn, WakinBlon, D, C All butiiieit eormeclej with I'alenti, whither before the Patent Office or the Court promptly attended to. No charge ii made u,i,c, purni 11 iMuej. jt,,, j fW irai,r CINCINNATI Type FOUNDRY, sl " 'nt. c wtu$. nM Tba trp m whIHi tl.M. mum la maUd la IsiisplisailOhJoRiTerPactctCo. For Cairo, Loulstllle k ClnrlDnall TllAMlOnai JfAH.VT. UAir, I'OJi.H VI LI, fit YIKGIK LKK, nnr Bin, VINTMIINKir. jas, n. pahkek Stumer, of thl II ae leave Memphia vary Taetday and Tbnrsdaj at 5 o'clock p. m fiunisjsil 12 B. t-'or Cairo, lxii.il!e and Clncinnili. con netting al Ctminnali with railroada and itramera fut all Easfrrn, N'orlprri n4 Westera foist, btrma Throuh Tloltsl to all pointv Chicaert, Toledo, Buffalo, Richmond, !' Vort, Wa.hiKtion City, Philadelphia and Bon. Kattera; tourUt will Snd ih L Bel! river route aafe, de lightful and eronombal. lata, by lltia lint cheaper than any nthre tirtl Mule. Mrala and aUttrooma free. Aagava chalk ed ihrnugh. Parnsr can rely ow s aplendld trip be thU tine, aa iht aiaamrra arc all lu.t claM, baring ber etprewlr built foe the accom fWslst4eH of rwijwi, t irjner tar rw a toll ttrW tMnd. R. W. LIGHTRl'RJCI. Cn. rrrty and Ticket Aft., A. V. STtVCNS, rawnar A J Hfifim il., Hempbia, tewa TENNESSEE Wkit. aad Tail. SEED CORN, One Dollar rerOusbrl. R. G. CRAIG CO. NErHKTK.m Johnson Grass SICEI) AND GERMAN Millet Seed. It. 0. CltAIQ k CO., GI Main Street. XriupBis, Tf on. Mil S PATENTS ktMiw4 If aw lavniwM, w lnm.Mli la J4 Imn lnll.ts rr-t-Mwu ana all Mnt v... ,t..,Hi, im.tj t. l.iniHMibritai. b-..Mtir4 mtf mill, la l nm lp.lMb4 h. A!ng .iiL.ntt.ib. L. a ruM oak. tM m r'-" Mmh -Himi.m,, w, w iii. iam I. Itm im ik.a Oh-, tk.ni (w lr.M ..klkii. bull..- "IIV-.V.U a .Irk, we ... mrrk I. tl r...i.l IM.- 4 M.im a. f M. pt eai.Mlii, in.iv fkara. .-.-.lwii m.... Ii. 1 1 I". mnuM. 1 ...4 h rwa h.Im a.w.1 aulM. Vi rlrr k, pna-t t. th. .11, .-i ."-I k- Ik. wirl.W-i4mt f Ik. pwl Mkr kMF 41. Mm Ik Mftl.tn.. v ria4 NmWiilMlm a4.ln,wriM,a. .aMnn- A. kSMW III). Grmrtu rtmt oa... WMkiMM. K. C. tSeir I. Ira entitled by late lawiofCofl. grea., iend two staian for lawi and aupy of CtTlxtM Soi htra. lo ii. Vi. FHrprald, V. 8. Claim Attorney, Ia jM, Wa.lir ton, D. j. aauis ax-ouaigiuTiox. Leave. S.rdl ......, t o jm P... tonm . .. a a, rrnr. rl.mHIM, , , g ij ( m M. llURKE,8cnRmut. A. J. KNAPP. Cat. Pa,i Atf. IriirZj id Mi M Id Tba Hc ka.'mt b,. routa to MEMPHIS All Points North Ic East. Throisk ralara Vara to Loiismie,KasWlJe.Aflac!a1CaattaB8ca and on' ane eliaaga l CIXCINIIATI, INDIAN'APOLIS, PIIILADBLPUIA, CLEVELAND, TOLEDO, BUFFALO, NFIT VORX. AND BOSTON. THROUGH TICKETS can be procured at Memphia all principal poind north, tail weal and --' .rut Time. Card, June i7th, 1880. Leavea Mamphia... 7:40 a w.i,:,. pn Arriv, Naahville 7:j .j.ww a na Evan.v.ll,,, f m w t Vfu!,,,"i,-,,:0 p"- -ypm F fui r . her iiifoenutioa aa to ratoa, liaw. tto. Addraaa JAS. 8 PEED, Ticlet Agrnt, Memphia, Tea, C. P.fATMORH. ti t, A LoaiarlUa, lt, . The Mraishls k Cbartcstn L B, Scjiadutt M ial iAw lfv 14 ar aa followa: COINQ IA8T. Uav, Memphia (!).. u M a a. Arrive (.read JunaUot.(,).w. awa in - uMllou,......(?) ( m ywrinUi )....,,,. axav a.iaa l)acatur.....(5;,-. ':4I " Staranaon (i) . Ia fJm t r-k.oori.(.) :oa pe. TO THIS SAOT CIom conaectfoa it made al fhiirk.ru em and ail ta.tern and Southera iaa7 Round Trip Tlcltttj prlin Ml rimitrt fiaeorti Car iAir mwm in Tc:n Oe. Hi at Mamakta Uaa ttmi r4waa (STIS tO a Mm SfrittBl... liaitty Sonars...., mavni .lprmes. tj Httnhtba($1uxtinc!ndti') m '"wwt iuagt tclHilt4A if 0 ThiM Tlck.u will bo f 04 m r xn mtU Hot. Itf, lt?l. , niroiJifc Caw Wltkotl ttcr;:. tt Csilf t Ummmrr C sons akd list or KOVTta, Ctoaa tMaactSoa at Daaahai wiak ."".hvUle, Bloual Spriiiga, e. lacgagt r-frkei Tkrt: Tm AtfOtfr aaeaaa. a- f "