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TEE MEMPHIS IDAHY APPEAL S ATU'EDAY, MAY 1, 1869.
A13 IIOXTNOB ZITFt.
it A-iT.iRNH.Y-uENKRA.Ii. We are an
H Mril m nunouuce WALKER WOOD,
Eq.f of Tiptsn county, as a candidate for At-
J uuir.tat uircait, at uie emuiuu cacuwuu.
tti rim.ltf OF THE SDPBKltE COURT.
jj HENRY G. SMITH Is a candidate foi the
office of Judge or the supreme uourioi?en
ned we. at the election to be held on the 24th ol
n pRnsKcrrrrxo attorn s.v.s. P.
jj YEOMANci Is a candidate lor Prosecuting
Attorney for Municipal Court at the May elec
FOR ATrORNEJf-GESKRAL. EDfTOKS AP
tkxt.1 Yon u.m hercbv authorized to an-
nouace me as a candidate for Attorney-Gene
ral of toe Criminal Court, at me Jiay election.
subject to the action or a .Democratic cunven
lion, mould ono ie ne.u..
mhZl GEO. E STAHL.
-rpOR JUDUETOFTdK MUNICIPAL COURT
FbUXKasa candidate for the offlce of Judge
of the Municipal Court of aiempnis ai "i" '
suing May election.
- . t-. ninmrim mmyr TTTFW3 T? Wfl are aU'
tVihorixed to announce the Hon. utu, , w.
tTirPL'.e a .tan.llriALn for Jud6 Of the cir
cuit Court of the 15th Judicial circuit, at the
ensuing May election.
WE are authorized to announce J. P. CA
RL'THKRS as a candidate lor the office
of Chancellor o'tais county, at the election to
hBld In Mav next. mhl
5TOR JUDGK OF THE CRIMINAL COURT.
JC To the voters of theCiimlnal court 1ns-
trict : I respectfully announce rayseii u ohuiu
nate for re-election as Judge of that court, on
the fourth Thursday in Jiay. .,-.
mD14 J. T. 8 WAYNE.
r)S JU1X1E OF THE LAW COURT.-W are
authorised to announce ISAAC MORRI
SON as a candidate far Judge of the Law Court
of Memphis at the approaching May election.
TXR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT.
I v e are jMtwonsea to lanuauw tuc wum
of Hon. UKUttUE AJNiiiucwo, present incum
bent, lor the onto; ot Judge oi the Supreme
Court from the Kill em IHvjbion, at the ap
proaching luaict&l election. mn4
IOR RENT. THE AKMSTiiOMi PLACE,
I on central Avenue, three miles from
C jurt Squaie, eomrrtemg twenty-seven , acres
of erouud, with a flne lawn suitable for
a pisture, good House with four rooms large
office In yard ; ako, kitchen and nects.-ary out
bmldluks. Tne place has three cisterns, good
orchard, large hotbed with necessary sash,
aspsrcus bed. fine staolej an-1 carnage house,
with eueioted thtds for forty head of cattle.
la a grdeoer or dairy man, this is oueor tn
most desirable plaees -nuar mjP'l'iVsV
0jnyl 312 Front Street.
DOOLE"S CHEMICAL YEAST BAKING
POWDER has stood the Ust lor years, and
tmnds to-day unrivaled. No ingredltnts enter
Into Its composition but such aa are perfectly
harmless, and they are in such exact proportion
as to proouee the same results etch Mine. With
It any housekeeper woo has good Hour can
111 line me nest oreaa, eases or pastry uesueu.
Ir anv or ourladr liieuds have not yet tried it.
we advise ttitm to do so at ouoe. Lws not only
lhe best Baaing Powder in the market, but
much cheaper, as it inquires from one-third to
one-half leas than luoeeof ordinary manufac
ture. A&k vout irrocer for IMJULKYtS BAKING
jPO WDEIl, and you will use no other after one
OOMETHING SEW. The Patent Launrdy
t3 LltU Sold by merchants and agents, mate
and female. Circulars Iiee, or send tf cent for
camples. Also, best &jbj a. s ana nui xuois.
api.7 BALTI MORE STENCIL WORKS. MP,
ANTED. To rent or purchase a small
VV KAIUI of about SU or MM acres, half in
cultlvalich, with ordinal' improvements, and
within a BB?rt distance of either of the rail
roads running Into Memphis, and not more
than twenty miles from the ttty. Persons
wishing to rent orselv&t a reason able price,
can End a good customer, Jy addressing M. A-,
Appeal office. pl
WANTED A situation as SaLssmap by a
yoocg man who lias been "traveling
agent" lor this paper. Address "B," Appeal
"1 Er AN J"ED. A situation by an experienced
V Book-keeper. Addiets A. B., Appeal
office. t mh!6
i OARD. A centleman and wile, or two sin
X gle gentlemen, can find bofenl in a private
lamiiy, near tne street cars, wnere mere are no
other boarders, llelerenceo required. Address
B." Appeal lliee. mhzo
6See-No. 18 Jegersen Street.
College in this wrW.
2?ew Striped Poplins reduced to 45c
per yard at M. Kruus & Uo.'s.
Jlain and Adiras.
Trade s&tea evary Twssday and Tburs
day by Gttiitb & Ez3&iel, corner of
Second and Adenig. t
Splendid Ccrte tl, worth SI 50, at
M. Kraua & Co.'e, eori.er Main and Ad
This mNniog, At tea o'olock, SToDear
rat, Ijanier& Co. will Edl, on the prem
ises, a houie find lot on Main street, be
tween Market and Winchester.
Buy F. Y. SairU, furntehicg goode,
etc , of Wiggans &. Thorn , u&aufaota
ret?, 233 M&iu street, CiAy Bui Wing, t
Bargas Bargaics Vendig fc Bro ,
C Hain, v ill olo&e cot their entire btock
of Dry Gocd, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
tc, legaidlus of cost or value. Kid
Glove?, 7a cento ; Irish Linen?, 86 cents;
Good CoisetF, SO cents; Casaimeres, 50
tents ami everything else in proportion.
Gcod wood and good measure at re
duced ratee. Gao. tV. JJsster, ofliC9 with
Blgley, MelSersh & Co., estaez of Main
and South Ccurt. c-
Bev. W. F. Broaddns, D. D., of Vir
ginia, will preach at the Central Baptist
Church, on Sicoml street near Bal, tiuu
dsy morning at 10J o'clock. Will also
uddrtes the Sabbath School at 10 o'clock.
Asche11 'arKe drive Men's Rritieh
Half HcsiT- W 50 Per dczsn, worth S6.
at M. Kraus Co.'b, corner Main and
Good 10 4 sheeting, o cents; corsets
worth $1 25 at 75 cent. Preat induce
ments in domestics and bouse mrniehing
roods : foil Msorlment of Irish linen al
ways in stock, at J. H. Loewenstine &
Bror, 261 Main street, Clay Building. ;
Good srticle 10-quarter bleached sheet
icge, 50c per yard, at M. Kraus & Co.'e,
corner Main and Adams. X
CnrcK Books. fl. Wade & Co. have
just received a -large let on Jackson Into-
-Mice Company and tneDsSoto Bank.
Joe Ixcke, 236J Main street, has all
the illuetrMed, literary, soientiflc, Irish,
German, French end sporting weeklies,
Chicago, Xvaahville, .Louisville, Cincin
jiati, St. Iionia and New York dallies, t
Nkw lot solid color Grenadines 25c
per yard, at M. Kraus & Co.'s, corner
Slain and Adams. f
New arrival of Prints, Domestic?,
Dress Goods, Irish Iilnens, Towels and
Crash Ciotbe, CassJmsres, Notion, etc.,
all personal'y selected fey our Mr. Kraup,
rsow in New Ycrb, aud will be sold at a
reduction from our lormer. prices.
WboletaJe and retail buyers price our
jrond M. Kraus & Co., corner MaiB
and Adame. t
KAirriiruL Linen Lawns, 26 cents ;
Btriped ai d figured Lawne. 16 cents ;
full stcck of liack Alpacas at extra low
price, at J. H. lioewenetlne & Bron.',
231 Main t treet, CUy Buildirg. f
New Yobk Ledgers for six cents a
Joe Iigcke'e, 236. Main street. t i
Anotheb lot all wool Casslmeres, 75c
per yard, at M. Kraus& Co.'s, corner
Slaic and Adama. t
To the Ladies. The ladies are re
upectfnlly invited and their assistance is
desired Id the forthcoming Fair. Those
willing to assist will p'ease meet the
Committee cf Invitation at the Memphis
Club Hall on Tu-sday, May 4tb, 3 p.m.
Uomtniwe of Invitation.
More rain more graf 8,
The Hunterltes. have a grand pic nic
to-day somewhere in the " ectuouos."
Old crkn. con. will address them.
A profusion of flowers was brought
to the city yesterday on an me roaus, to
be used in the memorial decorations to
ATBonsr lhe ODsras promised s by
fhn Rricn,dl rrnune whan they arrive
are Don Fasquale and 11 Barbiero dl Sev
ThA mom of Mr. G. B. Wray, No. 2,
Bank alley, was entered yesterday morn
ing and robbed or a gom watcu worm
560. Two negro women aro auspEcieu.
The moiouito qneation ceema to be
vexinc oar nTornine and evening " co-
temps." Now wo want our laursls. Wc
ftJIIed that first mosquito don't care
who saw hi a? first, we Kiuea mm.
We are sorry to learn that our friend
and confrere Col. D. M. Wisdom, of the
Jackson IHbune, is slightly 111 at the
Peabcdy. He will be around, however,
in a day or two.
Bseistrar Williams publishes a no-
t'c3 that on and after this date ho will
Kivenoman a certificate of registration
do the recommendation or a candidate
Col. KInloch Falconer, of the Holly
Borings Reporter. Col. Alcorn, of tho
Friar's Point Delta, Col. Mose Parrish,
of the Bolivar Bulletin, and Dr. Con-
naughten, are at the Peabody,
The Directors of the Tennessee Me
chanical and Agricultural Association
have determined to oner prizes and pre
miums to the amount of S1O.O0O at their
first fair, which will take placa next Oc
rhe continued rams have thrown a
gloom over everything aad everybody,
Yesterday was the fourteenth or fifteenth
day or tne spell, and the ratn didn't look
iiko it had the remotest idea or quitting,
We arff indebted to W. J. Mansion!.
of the Cathfcie Book9tore, 303 Second
street, for a copy of the Working-man's
Advocate, s paper devoted to tho produc
ing classes. Mr. Maasford is the sole
agent fr it in this city,
Although it has only been "a month
, t 1 T", . ' rr.ii . .
sioce toe ujureuawa nan in usmon
was burned, the Order in our midst will
be glad to learn that another hall is
already going up. The new building is
eau to be oi most elegant design
John Lewis, colored, encased an
other (iarky named ooi V likins, in con
versationtasterday, and inveigled Sal
into showrrfir hint a $21) note. As soon
as Sol pulled the greenback ot of his
pocket John snatched it sud " put." He
was arrested afterward but got away.
Mr. T. W. Doyle has received an
official communication from F. Ban
eban, Scretary of Civil Affairs of the
Feniaa Brotherhood, that Gen. John
O'Neill, President Fanlan Brotherhood,
will be In thi3 pity and address his fellow-countrymen
on ilsy J 3th, (Wednes
-VTo morrow will be Rogation Sunday,
the fifth Sunday after Eister. It is the
commencement of the rogation days
uionuay, -uesuay and Wednesday bo
fore Holy Tnureday. Tha word Roga
tion is from, the Litia rogatio, asking,
from the gosnel of the day which teaches
how to ask God, so thai we may obtain
that which we seek.
The sun mansaed to break throu2h
the heavy banks of clouds In the west
yesterday evening and. fcr a half hour
before setting, shone with a gorgeous and
dazzling splendor. The wind sprang up
from the northryest about that time, and
uie teiapersiurr decreased at least ten
degrees. At writing the skie3 are clearer
than they have been before in two weeks,
and there is every ptfcpeot of a clear
aad ceaHtifuI day for the first of May
ffiin us ceremonies.
The total number of arrests made In
the Second district for the month ending
last nigui was aw. ui tnesw nrty-seven
toA hJfatA nar 1 OI ... . :...! 1
veto k,-Mtio g,aawnj Awl vxeio lllou auu
fined, and eighty-one discharges ; 511S0
were aeseseeu in nnee, syau in mittimuses
issued, hut only S4&0 55 were collected ;
S70 worth of property was recovered
and returned to its owners. There were
four accidents (counting the soring-gua
shooting as one), and three fires in the
A oouple of well known negro bur
glars, narued Bill Addison and Charlie
bmtih, went to the bouse of another ne
gro named Toay Weaver, on the Her
nando road, yesterday morning, and
completely gntfed it, taking J20 in mon
ey. lot of clothinc. ail his nrovislono.
corn, ooflee, sugar, fliur, meat, etc., his
snot gun, pisiois, etc Tony came in
town, fcs soon S3 ho found itout.com
pletely frantic, RLd has been hunting for
ice - Bi&pK wnuas."
Y iekershaei was turned out of an
other orHce yesterday tbn time bv th
United tetates M-rshal. He was the Ips-
see of the Week of buildings on the
south-east cornsr of Jetfdreoa and Third
streets, which belone to the Tlnitpd
States Govercmsnt. Having forfeited
the terms of the leam. by droaDins in
arrears for rent, the United Stares Mar
shal took formal po&se&sion of it yeter-
uay in tne name oi tne uovernmeat.
-The attention of our fashionable la
dles who belong to the Catholic Faith is
'ailed to a late pastoral letter cf the Holy
Father, in whieh he invites all ''Chris
tian mothers and daugbtero of Mary"
to form a league against, the doing up
of eblgBons and the arraneiuz of tresses
several times a day, which occupies the
time mat snook! do uevotea to religious
duties, pioue works, and feimi'y affairs.
The Boahaai ( Tex w) JVeu3. of the
16th Inet., says. la soeakitie of the El
Paso and Pacific Railroad, that the road
is under contract from Paris to Palo
$20,000 damages ! We hope that " Mr."
Cor'biu and his backers may get the dam
sgea, and that we will live to see it if
we do we will not die in the flower of
our youth anyway.
The Nashville Banner and Unicn
and American in commenting upon, and I Tlie Radical Party I,ose a Yofc
correcting the statement made by sev
eral papers the Appeal among the
number to tho effect that " it will bo
two or three weeks before tho NaBhville
and Northwestern Rsilroad will bo in
running condition from Nashville to
Hickman," wonder how the statement
gained currency, or where it originated.
It appeared first in the local columns of
the Frets and Times of Nashville,
whence we copied it-. Wo suppose other
paper got it from the same source. Wb
are happy to say thera Is no truth in it.
The road was fully repalrev, and trains
commenced running through on Sunday
There is In the possession of oneof
the editors of the Appeai. a quarto black
letter volume, entitled "Zes Tapisseries
du JRoy," and bearim? the date of Augs-
burv. June. 16S0. It is a collection of
copperplate engravings of the original
designs from which the celebrated tapes
tries of Louis XiV. were made, and
although executed nearly two hundred
years ago, when the art of oopperplate
engraving was in its infancy, these
works of art. The series consists of eight " tuwMU wiym. u inmu,
large engravings, twelve by slxtegh anam, Ii ne, Baa sQ ,tne aromatic
Spring- Gnn vs. Spring- Chickens
Wo are tempted to give a little bit of
biography here, in commenciDir this
mourr fui story, just to show that "the
way of the transgressor is hard " and
that " evil communications corrupt good
manners ;' but as time and space are
precious, we won't ao it. Uor what wo
would have said, se9 almost any book in
the various Sunday School libraries.
Anthony Giover was a colored gentle
man. Me read the I'ou regularly and
associated with Judge Hunter and
Jimmy Gallagher, aud that was what
ruined mm. .e went to a Hunter meet
ing Thursday night, and stayed there
! until midnight, and he heard Jimmy
Gallagher talk. His ideas on the subject
oi meum ana mum, never very bright.
got confused at Jimmy's barangue.and be
left the meeting feeling like stealing
Being hungry at the time, his thoughts
naturally were directed toward some
thing to eat, and he remembered the lo
cality of a certain chickon-housefullof
luscious poultry. Stewed chicken and
inches, representing the four seasons and
the four elements, and thirty-two vig
nettes four for each larger plate. The
text is in French and Germm, and is of
itself a curiosity. The book is in its
original binding, and is very little worn,
having evidently been very highly
prized by its former owners. To a bib
liophile it is of great value, both on
account of its intrinsic worth and also
its rarity. There are but two other
copies known to be in existence, and
neither of theso is in a perfect state of
-The Little Rock Republican ha3
carefully compiled a table showing the
amount of unsold swamp lands In each
csuaty In the State. It fonts up the
enormous aggregate of 1,103,200 acres, as
Ben to a
. 3 a)
Madison .. ...
The above information will be of ser-
vico to immigrants. Thesa lands are of
the richest deeorictfon, and will grow
Cbiminal Court. Wm. Hunter,
Judge. Court convened half-past ten
o'clock. After the reading of the min
utes the jury in the Daran case was
brought out and Han. Sale resumed the
argument in behalf of the State. After
emell of chicken in all styles.
At No. 137 Elliott etrest lived Mr.Tdm
Lockwood. It was his chicken coop that
jjd.r. Antnony uiover was tmnsing of
Strange to say, Mr. Lockwood had al
ready had considerable thought about
ju3t each leiiows as Mr. uiover, and had
planted a eprlng-gun in that coop ao that
the door could not be entered without
exploding it. Mr. Glover did not know
this, of course. TSe coop was easy of ac
cess, anu tne cnicKcns were Known to be
fat. The temptation' was too great for
him. ' He went to his domicii, got a
coueo sacs to put tne caicnens in, and
tooic with him a little crowbar, or a poker,
iu pry out ma uaap wuicu ueiu (no pad
Thug armed he went down to the yard,
auu tjira.'gut iu luairomuooroi tne coop.
Thero was " no foolishine " with him.
out n a lortnwitu rammed ms poller into
tne staple, gave a pry, and out it came,
With epger hands ha pulled at the'door.
and got it open nearly wide enough to
enter, when he saw a flish close to him,
anu nearo a roar use a tnousand can
nons exploding; myriad stars danced
before his eyes. Hn felt something hot
tearing tnrougn nis breast, and he real
lzed that ho was shot! He turned and
jumped over tne fence close at hand and
tried to run, but a darkness, a thousand
times darker than that of the night,
came over nis eyes and no leu.
iH.eanwnnev tne sound oi tne gun
arouseu tne people or tne nsuse, and Mr.
Lockwood oume out and found that his
trap had caught his gamo, and that in
aienu ui toeing nw cnicKena na. nad a
dead uarsy on his han. '
-xuia was auuui quartsr past one
o'clock. He immediately went to the
nearest station and notified the onlii.
who went to the place, but none of them
knew Mr. Glover. Ynterdav mornim?
Ccroner Samelsoa held an inqusst ou the
ooay ana returneu a verdict of "died
of the chicken-pox," and eshonerating
Mr. Lockwood. '
During the morning a duaky female
came, among many others, to lock at the
body. She took one look, uttered a pier-
clog fciirieM. u isii into tne arms or a
The Lady Managers have agreed upsn
the following Programme iuc the
Ceremonies at'Elmwooa on
Saturday "next, 1st
of May : -
MARSHAL. OP THE DAT.
Condensed Decisions Reported
by XT. Clay Kins, Esq.
BEAD ! READ ! mghthill,
Duke Williams, of the 154th Sediment.
The Ceremonies will commence precisely
at ten o'clock a.m., as follows :
Mu3ic by the Ssdallty Band.
Prayer by Kav. W. M. Patterson.
Original OJe by Miss Mary A. Mcin
tosh, read by J. A. Anderson.
No. 1. Joxeph S. Douglass fa. Wm. J. Menzlca:
Motion to revive a final judgment in
tno supreme court in favor f f the per
sonal representative of tho deceased
Held, that i he pronsr method of ravi-
vor is by set. fa , or by motion, and that
ir the remedy by motion la adopted then
it is necessary that there should be no
tice given of the intended motion.
Another lot ladies' all linen Hand
kerchiefs, $1 25 per d-zen. Gentb' all
linen Handkerchiefs, $4 per dozen worth
C, at M. Kraus & Co.'s,5cor. Main and
At ten o'clock thfa mornincr. Monsar-
rat, Lanier & Co. sell, for cash, a desira
ble storehouse asd lot on Main street.
Music by the Band."
Oration by Hon. J. W. Clapp.
Music by the Band.
Those in pursuit of business are re
quested to call at Judson & Co.'e, 35
Union street, and examine one of the
best machines in the market. Great in
ducements offered. L. B. Hon.
Ladies, look at nur cheao Tables. M-
Kraus & Co., cor. Main and Adams, f
Look at Gottleib & Ezskiel's auctirn
notice in another column. t
Poem prepared by the Rsv. E. L. Mc-
Ebee, and read by Duke Williams,
Marshal of the Day.
Music by the Band.
Cars will run from the Memphis and
Charleston depot every half hour, com
mencing at nine o'clock.
lhe street cars will run everv flftean
By order of the manaeers cf Elmwood
Cemetery, no vehicle or persons on
norseoacK, (funerals execep.ted), will be
admitted in thp ineirin of (he enclosures.
JIR3. JL C. UALLAWAY,
FEARFDI. Tit AGED Y.
Full assortment of good all wool Cas
slmeres at bo cents. .Extra fine Cassi-
meres, SI. Large stock of Rents' shirt.
undershirts and drawers at ex'ra low
prtcs, at J. H Loewenstice & Bris.'.
-.-it main aimer, uiay isuiiding.
To Country Merchants. New
PrintP. Domestics. Strines. Linfins anil
Cottona'Jcs at M. Kraus & Cc.'s.-corner 3Dx 35 per Six Months ; or
Jiata ana aches. r
Bemember, at ten o'clock this morn
ing, the sale at auction of a valuable
Main street ucuaa and lot.
PRICE REDUCED TQ$2 50
THE -MEilPfllS- WEEKLY APPEAL, I
Paper In meSoulIi orSouthwest
33 BY 52 INCHES,
iO Colamns of Reading Salter,
j 2 50 per Annum,
JTROJC JTEW YORK-CITY,
Author cf "A popular Treaties on ear.ear"
" Zetten on Catarrh and Kindred IHseaier
cf the Ifveaa Membrane EUu,
Xemphia, Tcbb., from Monilar, May 3d,
until Jnae 1st, during- whleb
time be can be daily
eoasnlled at Uie
75 cts.pex Three Months.
Satin 8triped Mczimbiques, 50aper
ynrn. iHonair ijenos, 3-"j3 per yaror, at
M. Kraus & Co.'s, corner Main and Ad
BIckcrstau; the Partner of Cul-
leu Baker, " Sent Up."
Deed Is Dene
Xi-JSt af the ArkauNas
policeman. When she camo to ehs ex
plained that the defunct darky was her
hripfl? np.anltul.4tinr thnmjitnriHi nninta Ifiancc. and told bio name. The story
touched upon in his argument Thursday h"gltt tears to the eyw of the police
man, anu so auestpu mm otnerwise mat
"Wasted. Buyers for the amounts of
tock at Bluff City Btock yard. T
Pinto, a distance of 150 miles: and a
branett road from Jefferson to Paris is
also under c-otitraat, the work, to com
mence Uie first of May, and forty-five
milee will be finished the first year. It
also expected that work will com
mence at Paris simultaneously with the
Jefferson end of the road, and that tho
toad will be rapidly pushed forward.
We have nothing against the game
of batsa ball when played at the proper
limo and the proper place, but we most
respectfully beg leave to enter our pro
test to the game as played by gangs of
izzj, idle Doye. or Doth color?, nround
our principal streets and thoroughfare.
' Ball time" has come arouad again,
and we noticed parties like those we
-peak tf, yesterday, bitting aw&y in
Hain, Besl snd Causey streets, to the
immicent danger of enow windows and
annoyance of paeeers by.
Mr. Q. A Henry, in a letter to tho
Clarksville Tobacco Leaf, again warns
the people of Tennessee acainst a woman
who cans nerseii aj.rs. o. u. Andrews,
and represents herself as an authorized
sgent to travel and solicit donations for
the Tennessee Orphan Asylum. ThisJ
female Impostor has been traveling
through the Southwest, and has obtained
subscriptions to a large amount in Mem
phi?, Cincinnati, Louisville and New Of
leans. She has no connection with the
Asylum whatever. The attention of
editors, officer of railroads and steam
boM and hotel keepers is called to this
Many friends of the Little Bock
Rtikoad, not conversant with the facts
in the case, imagine that the officials of
thB road are now under injunction, and
that consequently affairs are not so pros
perous an they might be. This is an
error. There was a fiat ot injunction
granted to certain parties, but this flat
was contingent upon that party giving
bonds in a certain large sum a contin
gency of which there is not the remotest
possibility or probability. Hence the
injunction is a nullity, virtually.
As the four o'clock train on tho Mem-
nhls and Ohio B-dlroad was leavlue the
city on Thursday, a negro named Btrt
ltt Corbln, whom SheriiT Curry had sent
out to deliver some documents to Mr.
Priddy at Union depot, gottin board and
being drunx, was very obstreperous and
Insisted, with oaths and obscenity, on
going into the ladies' car. The Con
ductor, after in vain trying to keep him
quiet and make him go in his own portion
of the train, put him off. The fjection
waB done with as little violence as possi- Walnut Baft Wanted. Call or t d'
ble not half what the black scoucdrfl i drew, with lull rarticulars, O. M.f Pea
merptad. For this, at the instigation r f body House. t
white Kadlcals in this city, we learn that
a suit has been instituted against the Kew lot Satin Parasols, $3 50, at M.
conductor aad railroad company for Kraua & Co.'e, cor, Main and Adams, t
evening, he proceeded, in his usua",
unique manner, to portray the facts as
adduced from the witnesses and expound
and exhaust the law applicable to the
case. He took the position that the de
fendant, Doran, vai not entitled to the
protection which the law gives a man
when assailed "In his. own domicii or
castle;" that this point, in maintaining
which the defense attaches great im
portance, could not ba entertained, was
not tenable, from the fact that Djran
had been the aggressor from the begin
ning; that by the publication of the more
than infamous card be had superinduced
the dcoeased to come to his domicii, had
laid await for him, andbus consum
mated his deep laid viilainouj scheme by
a base, dastardly, cowardly act of assas
sination. Gen. Sile continued with his
argument for mere than three hours,
making a most powerful and effective
epecb. surpassjjgit is thought, ail for
During- the sbovo argument, 'and
throughout the whole trial, the prisoner
can appeared supremely indifferent,
seemingly giving himself no concern as
to the final issue. In'person he is tall,
standing six fset or more, rather sparely
built, dark, swarthy complexion, black
piarciog eye, dark hair, with mustaches
and chin whiskers, and withal a hand
some man. Hh countenance indicates
passion, and wears at times rather a dark.
Hitting m the midst cf his counsel, six
in number, with three on cither side, ho
looked as if ha thought, judging from
the occasional smiles that would Bit o'er
and light up hm faoe, that he was al
ready once more ensconced within his
castle," free and 6afe from the hand of
the law. It was. only in the course of
Q-n. ri lie's argument, whan some sharp,
stinging reference would be made as to
him aud the fair nymphs who graced
his board and shared his woes and joys,
that be would maui'est any particular
interest ; then his eyea would flash, and
his dark, palo cheeks tinge and redden
as if struggling with passion.
uen. Bale was followed by Col. Ksrr
for the defense in an able and elcquent
ep?sch. During his argument and as the
hour of adjournment approached, a dis
cussion arose as to tho propriety of an ad
journment for the week, it b3ing injpes-
siDie to c;ose tne case oerore fcjuuuay, and
to give all persona desirous an opportu
nity to attend the ceremonies at E'm-
wood to-day. iiis ilonir, the Jdge,
with the approval of counsel enjUcsd.
consented to adjourn Court until Mon
day morning, which was accordingly
done. Monday morning Col. Kerr will
resnrna his argument and be followed by
Col. Vourjg for the defense.
Law Court H. S. Zee, Judae.
The case of Moore & Co. vs. Oliver &
Co. and Bescher & Seoul' z was resumsd
yesterday, and Judge 12, let made the
opening argument for the plaintiffs, Mr.
iSJginatcri ioiiowing ior tne defendants.
To-day Judge Barbour Lewis will con
tinue the argument in Deuair of the de
fendants and Judge Henry G. Smith will
conclude ior tne piainttus. This is a
salt, instituted by the plaintiffs to recov
er fifty-four plts and two sacks of cot
ton, Jevied upon by attachment by the
defendants, Oliver & Co. and Btscber &
Hchul; z, in the bands of one Peacock, a
St. Louis man, to whom Oliver & Co.
and Bescher & Bchultz had advanced
On Monday morning the motion dock
et will be caned, and at 12 o'clock Mon
day the regular call of the trial docket
will boTesuoced, beginning at No. 1615
Municipal Court Goo. W. Waldran,
Judge. Court met yesterday as an
nounced, and proceeded to dispose of the
ngular bua.ness before it. Iu case No.
19J9, Coyne vs. Heynea, the jury failed
to agree and a mistrial was entered.
3163 Balke vs Bobbins & Co., judgment
for plalntiif, S1524 70.
3143 Lippincott & Co vs Mitchell, judg
ment for plaintiff, 51302 57.
3150 Lunsford vs Sharp, judgment for
plaintiff, 5195 30.
1845 Hunner ve Goebel, new trial grant
ed. No Court to-day. Monday will bo mo
tion day. Court will also sign bills of
exceptian nd attend to all other matters
incidental to &u adjournment for the
term. Appeal bonds must be executed
by Monday evening. Parties interested
should govern themselves accordingly, i
fiANKBUFICV uocrt x. J. Jjatiam.
Register. The attention of attorneys
interested is called tp the following cases,
wnicn are suspenu&u ior iniormauty :
Charles J. Bmith.
B B. Wilson.
he forgot to pay for two drinks he took
The last we saw of the widow, Jimmy
Gallagher was trying to persuade her to
fcue Mr. Liocswood lor damages, and
trust the ,ca3o to him, giving him ii'tv
dollars in advance to take charge of it,
She was a little hystaricy and simply
murmured, "Tis as it is, now, and
couldn't be no tizzsr." She, hosvever.
offered to marry Jimmy if he wanted to,
then and there, aad keep the suit In the
More Radical SJiiacsliiy
A Pet Appointee of Clayton's
is Arrested lor lloubin
tueJIail, aud Arson.
We learned last night the details cf as
pretty a pleca of systematic rascality es
we have heard of in some time being
the exploits of one W. D. Birdcn, the
Radical postmaster at Madison, Ark.
ThisBardcn, who, it appears, is a Ten
nessee scalawag, was recommended by
Clayton for the postmastership or Madi
son in 1SS7, and got the appointment.
Rsvelations recently made show that he
had hardly got warm ia the cflico before
he began plundering the mails, and the
practice thus begun continued up to the
15'h ult., through a period of over two
Oar informant did not giv9 U3 the
whole modus operandi of his detection,
but it appears that he had long been sus
necteJ. and some weeks ago the new ad
ministration determined to appoint cue
Groghan to the position and glveBarden
his walking ticket. The appointment
was sent on by mail, but Groghan never
got it, and Barden continued to exercise
the functions ot the office. This was the
clue which caused the arrest, which was
msae by the united States Marshal on
As soon as Barden was put in durance
his house was eearched and many evi
deuces of guilt were discovered. Among
other wings an old coat was round, in
which were envelopes and parts of let
ters running back to tne spring or 'Hi,
The marshal, not being thoroughly
posted in the law pertaining to his duties,
released uaruen on oan.
While he was around town, on bail, a
house belonging to a former deputy of
bis was hurned under fuch auspicious
circumstances that the arson was lmrae
diateiy charged to him. Several things,
indeed, point most conclusively to. him,
among otner tnings a peculiar shoe-
track, made hy the incendiary, was
recognized as his. He was consequently
rearrested on Thursday (day before yes
terday) on charge of arson. Since his
second arrest he has made a full confeO'
sion of his guilt in the matter of the rob
bery, and admitted that he was prepar
ing to run away and forfeit his bonds
when he was arrested the second time.
He will ba examined next Wednesday,
when we will give our readers a full re
port of the proceedings.
Cash advances madeon consignments
of merchandise. Gottlieb &Ezekeix,
t Wholesale, Auction and Commission.
Large lot ladles' White Hose, at a
bargain $1 75 per dtzen, worth ?3 at
M, Kraus & Co.'s, corner Main and Ad
Good quality striped Alpacas, 25 cents;
French Grenadines, assorted styles, 18
cents; large assortment of white Mar
seilles at extra bargains, at J. H. Loow
enstino & Bros.', 231 Main street, Clay
Building. . t
New styles standard prints, just re
ceived, 12Jo per yard, at M. Kraus &
Co.'s, corner Main and Adams. t
Brinkley Female Colleqe will
teach all pupils who may come in the
next two months for three dollars a
Consignments at private sale by Gott
lieb & Ezdkiol, corner of Second and
Pleasant Hours, Damorest, Qpdey, Peter
son, Atlantic, .Eclectic, Catholic World,
Lady's Friend, Phrenological Journal,
Comic Monthly, Budget of Fun, and
NIck-Nax for May; Saturday Monthlv.
Travelers' Railroad Guide, The Spscta
tor, and a host of other magazines, illus
trated weeklies. Northern and Weate ra
dailies, at Joe Locke's, 23GJ Main street, j
Some few months azo we gave an an-
nttha n """Z "0l PcaUU addre sad
-- w u twiavruo uuiicu JJlbCl bLIO
perado, who, with his confederates, so
long held BoutEern Arkansas and North
eastern Texas in terror, and levied tax
red handed uoon the Deonln of hnth
States. We mentioned at the time that
but two more of the gang remained
Ben Bickerataff and Thompson.
We have now the details cf th9 tragic
end of these tweimen. with whom ner.
ish the last vestige of the once powerful
oana oi uuuen mser. We.take them
from an " extra " issued by tha Waxa
batchie (Texas) Irows of AdHI 9ih.
They are as follows :
Ben BIckerstaff. universaliv known in
Northern Texas aa the master associate
of the late Cullen M. Baker, and Th nmn
son, latterly the moat active, energetic
and fearful accomplice of the former, met
with a horrible and unexpected death at
Alvarado, Johnson countv. on vestar-
day evening (8:h Inst.) at about sunset
The particulars of the tragic occurrence
were recounted to us this morning bv
Mr. A. G. Barne?, in the presence of
Messrs. Divid and John Mvers. all of
whom are citfzins of Alvarado. and were
participants in the terrible affair.
JlCHerataiI and ThomDSon had been
residing for some months near Alvarado.
aad it was their custom to visit the place
lata in theeveniug, and during the night
to institute a carnival of robberv and
other crime. B.ckerst&ff had assumed
the name of Thompson, and was known
to the mass of the community by that
nam?. But it appears that a few indi
viduals knew his real name. Time
passed, and the criminals became bolder
and their outrageous acts grew to ba more
unbearable. Consequently, on the fatal
evening mentlonfd, the good cltizsna of
the village prepued themselves with
shooting apparatus for the purpose of
ridding their community of these, the
greatts', pests they had ever known.
Tna hour at which the deso?radoe3
usually visited them, approached, and
with tt came the parti 83 fcr whom thev
so anxiously looked. A feeling n.t un
mixed with an;iety and pain was depic
tsd;updh every face. The men rode up to
the horse rack and dismounted, and as
soctu as they had alighted a shower of
death dealing leaden balls was directtd
at them. Thompson was killed Instant
ly, and Bickerataff was struck in three
places. Notwithstanding his frightful
and mortal wounds, one of which either
burst the ball of hi3 right eve. or so con
tused it ad to render it entirely sightless,
he fired two well aimed shots at his ad
versaries, ono ball passing through the
clothes of one of his antagonists, and a
snot sinning a gun in tne bands of an
other. He then fired several shots at
random, showing, while even in the
clutches of death, the desperate and un
cocqiferable spirit that had attended hire
ah along through his career of crime.
When he was prostrated upon the
ground, and his adversaries wre gath
ered around, he exclaimed, " You have
killed as brave a man as there is in the
Sauth." He was disposed to be commu
nicative, but he failed to get any inter
ested or attentive auditors.
Thus uased from earth a man who
bad, doubtless, steeped himself in crimes
aa heinous and foul-as aro known in the
.An Absolute Safeguard. Invalids, broken
down in health and Bplrit3 by Chronic Dyspep
sia, or suffering ircm the terrible exhaustion
which follows the attacks of acute disease,
the testimony of thousands who have been
raided as by a miracle from a similar state of
prostration by HOSTEITEIt'S STOMACH
SITTEtiS, is a sure guarantee that hy the same
means toa may ba strengthened and re
slorou. Hot to those who stand In peril of epi
demics, to all who, by reason of exposure, pri
vations and uncongenial climate or unhealthy
pursuits, may at anymomcnt bo strlcien down
this paragraph, U most patticuZarly and em-
Yon, who are thus sit
uated, are proffered an absolute safeguard
against tha danger that menaces yen. Tone
and ionlate tha system with this harm! ess
medicinal Stlz.nlant and Alterative, and you
will be forearmed against the maladlei whose
sseds float around yen In the air unseen.
H03Ti.TTER'o STOMACH BITTERS are not
only a standard Tonic and Alterative through
out the Un.ted States, but they are accredited
by the certificates of the most distinguished
clt'zens ot the Union, to the people of all other
land. In Canida, Australia and the West
Indies, they are gradually taking the place of
all other stomactiics. whether native or for
eign, and as surely as truth la progressive and
demonstration overthrows do'bt, they will
eventuilly supersede evoiyothtr Iavigorant
and Restorative now employed in medicinal
SorUam Manufacturing Company
PROVIDENCE, it. I.,
Clnba or two or more will be imp
lied at 92 OO.
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voted to the Latest News, Txlxgbapb: Re
ports, and choice selections of Readeso
Special attention will be given to our
Mabeet Kepoets. No effort will bewared to
advance Southebn Xxteee3ts and Southzbs
'The stirring events of the present day
make it necessary for every man to become a
subscriber to a good newspaper. ToBupplytbia
want, Wo offer the appeai. at the above ex
tremely low rates, confident that the price Is
within the reach of all. "We promise that the
Appeal, an heretofore, shall continue to give
Remittances can be made either by Post-
office Money Order or by Registered Letter.
3" Postmasters throughoufthe United Statei
are requested to act as Agents.
AISSUE, KEATISO & CO.,
- Editors aad Proprietors,
o"0 3. SPEOIiT'S
TflA Tira ( .. npn. T i.-t. ...t. , . .
. . sufcuiu is exclusively
devoted to the relief and cure of CATARRH,
DEAFNESS, IMPAIRED SIGHT, DIS
CHARGES FROM THE EAR, CONSUMP
TION, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, and all dis
eases of the HEAD. THROAT and CHEST
He refers with pleasure and pride to the extra
ordinary success which has attended his sys
tem or treatmentln h'awTwk City during the
past fifteen years, and daring- his professional
sojourns in CtnclnnaU,9t. Lou la and Louis
ville, aud recently In Nasttyille.Tenn.
Below he submits, with confidence, a few
of the many flattering credentials which he
has received from some of the most reliable
and well known sources in acknowledgment
of benefits received. Many more of a similar
nature, and from equally reliable sources, may
be seen at this office.
"From Geo. D." Prentice, Esq.. Editor of
the Louisville Journal
De. Lia HTGH.L Dear Bib.: I am sorry to
leam that you contemplate leaving Louisville
at tte end of the present week. I earnestly
wish that your engagements elsewhere might
permit yen to' remain here for a time longer.
Tour sojourn among us. Dr. Llghthlll, will ba
long remembered by our people- It has been a
blessing to many. You have treated me and a
female member of my family with great suc
cess. Yotxseem to understand, as by intuition,
the character of a malady and Its best remedy.
Yon have a multitude of patients In this city;
and I have not seen or heard of one to whom
you have held out the promise of -relief with
out rendering It. Your entire practice among
us has been a brilliant success, and I cheerfully
recommend yon to my many friends South,
and the public at large, as a physician deserv
ing the utmost confidence.
Hoping that you may live long to be a bless
ing to additional thousands of the afflicted, I
am, very truly, yours,
. G.EO. D. PRENTICE.
From E. A. Collins, Esq., of .Milan, Tenn.
Trill TD TH A TIB- CAT rrfT
STERLING SILVER WAKE AUja VJAJtHXilKi OilUUVn,
FIXE ELECTRO PLATED WA3E.
'pHIS Company, having the most extensive
J. and complete silverware Factory ia the
world, and employing the bot ta'ent in de
(daninc mcdelliusr and flnlshlnc. iw. with the
eTabVdTopn iTeaiu, laKes, Sofia Water, v-.
GOTLEatBS-Dr. TJa-h thill pYTwrta tn visit
Tl'Tn r-r TifTTM mrnrrnn I "
Mxxxa. rux 011.U ro,
Xo. 37 Madison Street,
Is re-opened, where the best quality of
the lo-ifsst prices, so ws bsautiful In design and
ausurpasse i in nnisu, tne nneuess cf which.
Mint assay. A certificate i l-aed with all ar
ticles ia sliver for the purpose of protecting
pure lasers from irritations of their designs.
They also continue to mannacture their well
.known aad unrivalled Wickel-SUver Electro
plated Warp, which wUl last twenty-five years
Order received from the tradeonlv. bat thorn
goods may be obtained from responsible deai-
Trarln I "frnrto r- .
f?T .... I Af.rh-fti- -T
ars Wr "i,!
stebian-g. Silver. I Plate. t &sa""-C5
MILK OF VIOLETS.
i.Tjit neauurying and whitening the com
i; plexton it is uuequaled. entirely free from
injurious subst nces, largely used by tne elite
and operit a artints of iurope, and is now be
ing introduced fir the first time in America
wlih gri-nt and flittering success. Ask for the
aituiv utr vi JUKTb, accent or no snhstltute,
and wherever Introduced It will be Indispensa
ble io evpry laur-scompie e toiler, f or sale nv
all drasrzKiH and lancv eoods dealers. V. W.
BRINCKAIIOFF, removed to I College Place,
.new lurs. myt
nrtRINS Hm sinRi.R Rm'.ir.'HKiiT1 vrm
Ej young men who, having erred, desire a bet-
ier msauoou. cseunn sealed letter envelopes,
fr&e of charge. If benefitted, return the post
age. Address, PHILAHTHROM, Box P., Phlla-
ueitmitt, fik. mum tiAW
NEW MEMPHIS TKEATEK
Sutnrday Evening-, Knyl-At thoMafnoS
win nn nroauceu tne great play or JtssiE
UROWN all the company In the cast.
AT KIUIIT Benefit of the Doorkeepers and
Ushers, when wUl bo presend bexntlful
play, entitled tho MAN OF DESTINY: or,
St-anur's Grave. To concluds "with PADD Y
Lookout for the ORAND OPERA.
scale op Pkioks. Dres Circle aud Porqnette,
31 ; Orchestra Chairs, SI 50 : Family Circle, 50
centa -Colored Boxes, 50 cents ; Colored Gal
Doors open at quarter to 7 o'clock ; curtain will
rise at j precisely. Box-book open from 10
o'clock a-.n. to 5 pm.
rh 0PRA HOUSE.
ficconu m numDer to tnoae of hm former
chief and master spirit, Cnllen SI- Baker;
and that merely by reason that the latter
was more inveterate in the business.
Thompson bad been a citizen of Alva
rado having lived there, we believe, as
a respecieu ciuzan ior aoout two years.
Ho was seduced into the vicious
career, upon which he had entered, by
Bickerataff, a man who was then already
wen auvancea on tno nignway ot crime.
we learn mat some arrests of ci ;zsns
of Alvarado have been made, it bsing
suepscted that they were accessories of
Bickerstatf and Thompson. We forbear
to mention names, ss the parties have
been highly respected, and as there is
not yet proof positive of their connection
with the deceased.
BETURIT OP THE IATOEITf53-
Thursday, Friday & Saturday Only,
April SOtb and 30Ui nnd May 1st,
F&ED. WILSON MI.YSTRELS
In an entirely new nroeramme. and introdnc
ing an original and brilliant entertainment
never colore produced in this city, entitled
A TBIP ABOUND THE WOBLD,
With a raacnlflcent Dinorama. cos ma rami and
splendid dloramlc effects.
ssrMatlnee Saturday, at
sar See bills of lhe day.
New Memphis. The farewell benefit
to our funny man lait sight was indeed
a rouser. iu spite or tho weather, which
up to Bunset had been execrab e, the
nouse was tuo largest oi tne season.
There was scarcely standing room, and
everything went cfi" splendidly. The
plays were Jessie Brown and Jenni Lind
Mrs. unne eirging m tha latter her
popular medley first Eung In the White
Fawn. The velocipede tournament was
verv funny and brought down tha house.
To-day at the matinee Jessie Brown will TUP WFFtfi Y PIMM 1' QTIH
be given, and to-night is the benefitof nt" rrcui.a O I All
tne coor-Keepera anu usnsrs. Ansae fee - T8 PUBLISHED IN A section ns- rnrrw.
tlemen have ceeu faithful servants of tt o J. try entirely tributary to Meiaphls, and has
DUblio and merit a good- house at their circulation unsurpassed by any other me-
hauiia. Go and give them, a lift.
Lands on the New EaiIroa.d.
rWELVE miles from Memphis, cleared and
timbered, in tracts to suit, will benffrerf nt
Public Sale, for one-third cash, balance with
out interest, on the premises,
"Wcdnfsclay, Jlay 13,1869.
Also. VALUABLE WATER POWER, for
mill and factory, on Ble creek, double in siz
and,fed by perennialsprlngs of free-stone water
on tte plare
Also, STEAM MILD; also, Cypress Timber
on the railroad. The aooro is acknowledged to
ne the healthiest place in the country. Pdr
further information refer to M. D. L ate wart,
of the Circuit Court, to Bteelo. No 183 Front
street, or to myself. H. S. REMJBERT.
Will be served by polite and attentive waiter
Bankrupt Salj or Seal and; Personal
In the matter of Jason R. Millard, Binkrupt.
BY virtue of a general order of sale entered
by the District. Court or the United States
for tne Listiict of West Tennessee in Bank
ruptcy, on the 13th day of December, A I)., lo8,
wilt proceed-to sell, on
Thursday, May SO, 1S80,
To the highest and best bidder, FOR CASH, at
the Charleston Houe, corner of New Madison
street and Charleston Avenue, in the city of
Memphis Tenntssee, between legal hours, and
commencing at II oVilocfc ajn. ot said day, the
following described property belonging to the
estate ot said Bankrupt, v z :
1. The said Bankrupt's Interest Iff tho prem
ises known as the Charleston House or Madison
House, situated on the corner of New Madison
street and Charleston Avenue, in the city of
Memphis the same being held by Bankrupt
by warrantee deed from John D. Armour, sub
ject to a deed of truht executed by Bankrupt
wj ir. xi.. iavie, irusiee,. ia secu-e to saiu an
mour certain notes given for i nr hasa money ;
also, subject to certain attachments against
said Armour, and to a deed of trust given by
said Armour prior to Bankrupt's purchase.
2. The said bankrupt's intet est in a leasehold
and bouse at Central Point, In the city ef Mem
phis, described as follows, ta-wit : sixty feet of
iheeast part of the lot on Spring street, in the
Dunn subdivision, formerly Ieabed to Morris.
on which stands a double cottage ; said lease la
from B. B. Waddeli agent, to Mlllrd& Rogers;
anu the rigbts of Bankrupt and Rogers, under
the lease, are In litigation in tne Chancerv
Court of Memphis, in case of Millard vs.
Rogers. The said lease has also been trans
ferred to John D. Armour as collateral securl y
for payment of the purchase money of said
3. The Bankrupt s Interest In the fbllowinrr
lots, viz r
Lot No. 7, B ock 47, fronting 57 feet on Her
nando street, oy 100 feet dep.
Lot No 2. Block 49. frontine 50 feet on Vance
street, oy reel ueep.
Lot No. 8, Bio k 37, fronting 57 feet on Mul
berry street, by Itt) feet deep all in the city of
Memphis, Tennessee, held by said Bankrupt by
tax title, deeds from the dtv of Memohis.
4 The Bankrupt's Interest (undivided one-
half) in the following lands, viz : S E fractional
section e.T tf, N 9 E; N E H of sectli.n 12 T 9, N
a ij , aui -i i. .4 ut secuua 11, x , r li o r.t
In Crittenden cjunty. Arkansas, contamlncr
300 acres, mere or less, held by Bankrupt by
title bond of CN- MI Ier, dated from Junel,
1866, subject to lien for unpaid purchase money,
and also subject to a deed ot trust to secure
payment or certain notes due to JK. C. Whip
ple. 5. A largo lot of hotel furniture, consisting of
carpets, matting, bedsteads, bedding, chairs, ta
bles, washstand3, lounges, sofas, locking glass
es, pictures, snaaes, iamp-, cnamDer luinunre,
eta, etc., and one melodeon.
6. Alt the bills of exekange, note b ndg, se
curities, debts, accounts, bnoks v ccount,
claims, eauilies.cbosesm action, and all and
singular tne personal effects of said bankrupt, I difficulty completely, and restored, me to per-
nf ftVftrv bind and dcRcrintirm. I
your city soon, and for the beneflf.of the suf
fering I wish to say, through you, to your very
extensive acquaintance la this and other
Southern States, that Dr. Llghthlll can do all
for the sunering that can be afforded by skill,
science and a comprehensive experience.
I placed under hU treatment, over two years
since, my niece, Miss Ellz Mltchum, of McLe
moresvllle, Tenn."She had been gufltrlng from
a child, with a rising in the head, which hzd
for years emitted through the ear a very ugly
and offensive corruption. Her case kad been
treated by the best physicians of tha country,
and had baffled the skill of them all. Dr.
Llghthlll kept her under his immediate charge
for ten days and then sent her home with rem
edies. She used the remedies as directed, and
In three months was entirely well, and still
continues in excellent health.
It may be proper to stata that when MUa
Mltchum went under Dr. Ughtb Ill's treatment
she Tas unable to walk, and, as her friends
thought, was rapidly approaching death.
If you have any friends among your exten
sive acquaintance suffering with, any chronic
disease, you may safely recommend them to
Dr. Llghthlll. Yours, very respect lnlly,
E. A. COLLISS.
From Capt. Silas F. Siller, Proprietor ot
lhe Gait Hon--, Louisville, Ky.
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To irr Fbxzsos asd the Public :
It affords me great satisfaction to be able to
testify to the success of Dr. Llghthlll In the
treatment of deafness, and .express my sense of,
obligation to him.
My hearing had been impaired for a number
of years, at times to such an extent as to em-
barrasa me seriously. Dr. Llghthlll, under
whose cam I placed myr elf, has removed the
The schedule and other evidences of nronertv I feet hearing.
are to be seen at my offlce.
A deposit ot ten per cent required of ail bid
ders on och purchase.
W Y. CIRODE, Assignee, etc,
453 Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
April 29. 1S6U apW
silas f. Miller.'
From Dr. W. B.Keld, of Franlilin.Teac,
Fred Wilson's Minstrels. if
everybody did go to MoWade'a benefli,
not a few also found their way to the
Greenlaw Opera Hoii3e to witness and
hear tho merry doings and savings.
songs and comicalities of Fred Wilson's
tninsireia. J.ne iripjiruunuuie noria
Mr. Strauss' great diqramic and pano
ramic cosmorama is most heartily en
iDved. The orchestra of this troupe ia
one of its pleasantest and best features'.
alum of that kind in North Mississippi. Mer
chants and business men generally will find It
w uieir uuv&uuigu ui tuiverube in tne aTAs
Aaarewi PANOLA STAR,
v Ponnln. Miss
To tlieMercMaats QrMempMs.
Aa Excellent Advertistag 3fedlaj,'
THE BOLIVAR BUIXWIir, printed at
Bolivar. Hardeman county. Tenn.. bv-M.lt.
PARUISH, la one or the best advertising me
diums within a hundred miles of Memphis ad
vocates Memphis trade, and circulates in a half
dozen of the best counties back of MemDhia.
rr-j.. 4h T r,r,nrni,t mhinh nnlr .ii ! Advertisements inserted at low rates.
a drawinir card, and we defy anybody s . 3 i ua
on earth not to laugh at Laura stopping, - - - TT."r"r1800
the down train. There is a matinee to- s?c.'??--Ta9orAB BULLETrw
, . , . . . fi ,1 , . i wui ua wuk wi iui j auiuwa, way Jf ear, IOT W.
iliiw at two o'eloeir. uo and see it. ....hin inmtnnVv ' zzrSF
payable ia adTavnpe.
STEAM DYEING & CLEANING
JB. A. Uoltenb8rg, 262 Second Street,
IS in full operation for the Spring- Season.
Lb (lien and gentlemen will nnd tt ta tbelr
ad van ts go to have their war 1 robe renovated at
this p.'ace. Especial attention given to Laces,
Crape and Woolen dhawls; Urenadlnej, Sum
mer Silks and Drees Oocdg, of every material,
dyed and renovated. The gentlemen tave con
vinced thers selves that my mode of cleaning
puts an end to the old destructive mode of
scouring, and leaves the material nninlurttt,
.as good as new.
KmKifi moves oniy cieaneu oy uie. npio
1M TiPIOS WEiiLY 1IC01B
8AM. JP. B OSE, Editor & FroprVt
THE "RECORD." IB PUBLISHED EVERY
And Is an Independent Democratic paper. It
circulates widely in the counties of Tipton,
Lauderdale. Haywood and Fayette, and & the
best advertising medMm. through which tha
Merchants of Memphis may advertise for
country trade, to be found in West Tennessee
Advertisements- Inserted on liberal terms
Specimen copies furnished gratis to all who
may desire them. Address
SAM. P. ROSE,
BUS7Xm, CavicgtoniTess, i
Editorial from, the Republican, Banner, Feb. 2
We publish, with pleasure the accompanying
testimonial from Dr. W.S. Held, respecting the
success of Dr. Llghthlll In the practice of his
profession. With Dr. Reld we are well an
attainted, and thero lg no man in Tenn'ess a
whose statements are entitled to more exedlt
A citizen of great worth, and himself a physi
cian of high standing-, he is fully competent la
every respect to judge of the competency' of -Dr.
Llghthlll to do what he proposes :
Feaskux, Tenn, February 19, 1S6S
Dr. Ligiithiij,! The case of ear disease la
my family, lately treated by yon, was ona of
soma twelve or fifteen years duration, lnvolv
lngvas was thouBht,a total destruction of hear
Ing in the ear affected. It gives me pleasure to
bear testimony tr-the rare skill with which
yea performed a necessary operation, aa well .
as the Judiciousness of your subsequent treat
ment, which has resulted, I am happy to be-
Have, In the entire cure of the disease, and as
complete a restoration of hearing aa tha case
admitted of. Respectfully.