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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.- "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1869-
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ANKOUHCE.MENTS.
FOR M A YOB,
HTKWART.
FOP. ro NTILMAX-FOrRTH WARD
rOI N i ' 1 1 M A ' BAU&rt Appeal .-In response
tn A cm 1 1 in y.tertay a Lwlctsr. I an
nonnee mvself candidate for Councilman
of tne Foiir'h Ward If elected, will dis-et'a-.e
the dutie falttially aud to the bast
of mv ability.
oeM MONT. I-EPPEK.
FOR CITY TAX-COLLECTOR.
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ttuc.
,i:iT'K.-W sr
author-
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nion by Uie city
en
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rite ii i ii
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atica .-o'iv.
tlon.
rITY TAX C'
kW t MM
THTJKM SO k
tastac, a the e-i
("TOR. W are actuor
a iha n.tme of W. T.
id df for City Tax "ol
eieetion. deli:
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ITY TVS
w.-A In h
Ol.LECTOK. - We are nuitior-
!. uuc- H RI.Kts M. CAll
'.J d e 'or City Tax Collector,
nni ipil 'c-Ttlou subject to
y I be on? convention, de-i
at t
an
'I "AX
I lu11
'AX C 'L' KCTOR. We are authorized to
mu C ttle M'Qr or JO I N St-.W-iOM.
fnr C 'y T x Coi'eeior, at the ensuing munic
ipal am tna bji et to Uie decision of ttie
nomination omv.-utlou. des
FOR WHARFMASTER.
WH S.PFM . rKR. We are autborlzed to
ann ul oeOavt.M PT-'K aa a candidate
Icr Wi ..r::t iter it 't.een-alneeliMriion. dell
H KFM VTFR -
We are authorized to
LARRY HAKMiSTAD
a- .
V.
ON
nsu:
Dr whurtmaater, at the cusu-
tlej-tion. deg
iKU.- We are authorized to
tlie Runt of J. JACK WIL
late lor Wharfinaater, at t he
p U election. deS
TKR. We are authorized to
it th- name of Captain K. A.
'date for Wharfmaater at the
ptl election. del
It
tnt.u
W'HKF'M '.- r.R.-We are authorized to i
uaagn i i.: TH'IMAS H. NEWELL
a a cai nldti
lnt election
harfmaater rn the com- j
1
-HARrMAsrrR.-Weare nuihorlzed to,
pre.
offlc
L-iger and Weakly Journal copy. "
neAi
ti.
:it At Ilia solicitation 01
Iriends. I announce my- .'
i for tlie offlct- or Wharf- '
li c municipal election
tJS A. XuHMANDIN.
.wn as "French Lour"V I
elt an a
Master, at
DoS (Better ku
FOR JUDGE 1st CIRCUIT COCT.
J v.-rj eempiliiieutaty call in our rTarer of
On- of th'
ir a candid'
lir Fi'RSl Cii.
. iXCOLK"
o-Shelhy count)
W. HEI-iKEi-L
F"l. JCDGE io CIRCUIT COURT.
C
, ia Smvf" "n . k -n '
or Uie Secud Judicial Circa it
it. deU!
FQn CLERK 2d CIRCUIT COURT.
fiL.K trX)SD 1KCX1T i omT.-We
Vy sie nutborlz d to announce Co . JOE
BaE'.;!iR - a candidal tor tbe cfflce of
Cle'k of lh Stiaiud Olrouli Court of slielby
eoun'y. dU
CM ERE eEOXD CIRCCIT rot'KT Mr.
Ulitiir: 8nme i Ind 'nenca have cn 111 to
cell in. mi me to heoome a candidate lor the
above . fll.-e and in tep'y I ce only say, that
I w 1 accep' a i.o n!HRlon. If tendered, and.
If elec ts:, w! 1 endeavor to perform the du-
tlei l Ibeolhie laitLfu 'V.
Ce :t M. :
B TREZEVANT.
FOR COL '-TY COURT CLEI'K.
.caTV i OCRT CLKRK. At th- aollclta-
tlo O noTerons friend, and In re-
WI..L ( W'.K.ifjS.;-
WANTED MALE KELP.
FnXifm unrlr fl hid will be inaerted. at Ten
eU )t lime. intertiam.
j 2 n- lt-; iilvt -ouCracUi and plantent
Vtho li ffoo-i hmSp. to call at the Lab r
rUtl O H WOOD.
RCOU'r. AND BCKRD.
F oUcm urulrr thiM hod triH (V truterted at
Ten
R
p !nt
te aw t.y
A alira-i
dela
TV
tn t
r front
nrhod
family.
liv a
II w..
deH
by addr
at tfci. cfce
LOST.
t mm- url at Ten
Q Mr IS- II A'
reward -Tlie per
1 a lox tiuT.-f an
ion A Gni-, M m-
.St n. will receive
rung the 9n at
de2
id ArkniiftaA hef
nmer CoM'ine rcial
!: e.iori oth-r
Wti will be paid
firm w
l JplTeriW':
stret.
FCR RENT ROOMS.
JV'tVtW an l - ;U t
tod at T n
R
0.M s.l
t'tiiliieiclal i.lork aiitlalite
hi-r loi offi.. or nice hcil-rcioma at
A ppiy lo
-I)- J. ANDREW?,
X.2 Front Ruw. up-atalra.
novS
FOR RENT HOUSES.
A uttoof under thu head trW be inserted at Ten
ortif ftne, aorA inetr Uuh.
IU A nle- r! well I lie, near Main
1 1 Mreet.
rout street
A pply to Jo. J. aim1iws, No 2
. u lalra. dell
ii
OI-8E.-A
-on 1'itpnr utreet.No.
Chen, pantry, cilru,
'person Mr ct. des
roo
tn. iiiq
.rSMtfd : announce Th.'f.Ukfc Js Jaw
"N I1 i;i rrvr -.adtw
ilf.. Alls .mi: tn1. . . -
- I'
aa-E?Y RBCORufiRV
a.aa"''"'"VT;'"'' 'Tl'FR st the solicitation of
n;mv rit my ""mroauatftwro nnn
C.anc 1 i t 'h- offli- of ltr Recorder, at the
i 4tn in January next.
ItSKefaS
'. Ave or lx rw.
ttice. Call oi.
fa tuii
. yee reidaee on Vanee
' .r( Ar AcaUtmy, with
'"""lijci Uel lij Jtlllis
' -ie- n Boyd or A. M. Boyd.
aL.
.iiiir- . I
e Pt'iy. on
rate u (004I len-
k zirat.KR,
of Alabama St.
d- HIH 'ret. i
F03 RENT- FARMS.
JMaa
rrfed at Ten
fruit
d hut-
cot 1 flu,
Eeu, ci ib-.
ho. Hl Fiont alreet.
?ALE MiSCELLANEOUS.
MjVr Mu h-i.i mat tnud al 'Jen t
e nuper im , each tnaertum.
I.
Avee
-h or
bir aliret.
r te
H. S MORTON.
v. rtuD Hotel.
1 - Wit! sell, cheap, a lot of
In complete order iini
ea Apply to W. 0. Weod
Ua. " dell
ear. at tjwitt'a Iron Work,
del
BlKki
10 A0VEKT st s ,N THE APPEAL
A fet
lie reel
Iblo d
rtisemettt will no
at regular custom-
led bouaea, uuless
BCC'
met
the
Dial
ou'
f a bu liii ss that requires a cash
till lis depnrttMKts. for it proper
lO profit-o'-'' ci-udtici. l.usiiies men
ill in d' 1- 1 i'd and appreciate tbe neces
v 101 ibi- basis lor our future.
EE A 1 G. KiLlbH A CO.
Xoveui: ei ii I.
-vkk dailte week. cent.
t a weak it all tbe
red ly eairien.
3al.
POLiTt
Priwary Meeting
mocracy
Thr
Ufa.
v. '
Idetmcn. council
n and
School Visitors.
Delegates to the Municipal Convention Ap
pointed. Large Attendance of Old Citizens, and Good
Order Maintained.
According to the programme laid down
lv the Democratic Central Executive
! Committee, preliminary meetings were
I held iu the various wards of the city last
I night, for the purpose of nominating del
egate to the municipal convention, aud
mdidates for election to the Hoard of Al
1 liermeu and Common Council.
The attendance at every meeting was
urge, ami coinpiwcl 1. 1 ai. eminent degree
ot our liest citiKens.
1 be proceedings
were irderiv and in most instances
marked bv the lit,t ot l'im. fei'iing. Jn :
t'le Fourth Ward no muiiinations were
made, at" will be si-en by the report.
The following are the nomination and
delegations:
FIK.-T WAJJD.
The meeting was held ai tba Engine
H-juse and was largely atten ied. Jno. E.
ItaniUc was called to the ('hair and Juo.
s. Sullivan a,..,. .iiite.l Secret .rv. The fol.
lowiug are the noiniuations:
Ahlerioan. Owen Dwver.
Counciimen. Patrick Kelly and John
Glaucy.
Schotil Visitor. Mr. Holltrook.
Delegate. Jno. Hacked, Jan. Stokes,
J as. A. Hudson. Pat. Ueajy, T. W. Riley
aud Pat. Kearus.
SECOND WAItD
Meeting was held at Exchanf-e Building,
ind was attended by number of our best
1 citizens. On motion, T. B. Edgington,
aaL, was called to tbo Ch ir, and D. M.
' Pbilp elected Secretary. rJ'he following
, are the nominations:
Alderman. Phil . Mallon.
t'ouncilmen. F.. Marshall and Tlios.
i Joyce.
School Visitov. No nomination.
Delegates Vj the Convention. George
I S. KobbiiiH, Martin Reynolds, M. R. Low
i eustein aud J. M. Connor.
THIRD WARD.
MoetiDg at 'Squire Kiernan'a office.
M.
D. Lv St-wart was called to the chair, and
Dr. orlvear .i.-terl a ecretarv. The fol-
lowing nominations were made:
Aldviman. J. U. Durll.
Ur.c.ncilmen. Jas. Birmingham and O.
. I ' -I ' M .
I School Visitor. John Johnson.
Delegates to the Convention. Dr. A. K.
Tay :or, John fitinn, M. Regan, J. U. Bar
bour and W. I'. Hunter.
FOfRTn WARD.
Tlie meeting of the Fourth Ward re
sulted in adjournment over until to
night (Wednesday night) at Dr. Dickiu
sou's office, in the Stillman Hall. A vote
tag Alderman w as taken, In which J. B.
Cartwright received a majority over Dr.
Brown and Col. Dultose. No delegates to
the Convention orCounciliuen were nom
inated. Dissatisfaction was expressed
under the impression ibat not all views
were sufficiently and fairly represented.
The adjournment over was io give fuller
satistaciiou. as is desirable and nomiua-
lions lor all tne i-ojincilmen , Aluerman I
1 and delegates will doubttaw be unai.i-
measly made to-night.
fitth w Aim.
At the meeting at tbe Municipal Court
Rooms, corner of Union anu Second
streets, W. L. Duff was called to tbe chair
and L. H. Mt-Karland acted as secretary.
The following are the nominations:
Alderman. J. C. HoN:.
rtainilnii n Owen Smith and Martin
Cohen.
Sc'iool Visitor. W. S. Bruce.
Delegates to the Convention. Thomas
O'Donnell, A. W eaver and Mr. B.ichman.
SIXTH WARD.
The meeting was held in the Waldran ;
Block. Dr. V. A. Edmonds was called I
to the Chair, and J. A. Taylor requested
to act as Secretary. The following nom-
inations were made:
Alderman. T. B. Norment.
Councilnieu. R. A. Parker mat II. X. j
J. one-.
School Visitor. Dr. W. A. Edmonds.
Delegates to Convention. Dr. D. D.
Saunders, Jack Halstead ami J. B.Starke.
SEVENTH WARD.
The meeting in this Ward nominated '
tbe following gentlemen to the offices
mentioned:
Aldern.nn. A.J. Roach.
Councilmen. J. B. Signaigo and Pat.
Twohig.
School Visitor. P. L. Mitchell.
Delegates. Ed. Anderson, Wm. Har
rington Dom. w eifel. Win. Crosby, J. A.
Deiiigcr, A. Dwyer ami M. Gallagher.
BHII WARD.
The meeting was baU at the Poplar
Btree: market house. John S. Taylor was
OaUsd to the chair, and J. M. ICeaiing was
.?cte,i secretary. T in lolic w ing an! the
nciuinatiotis:
Al.lerman. Thos. Mo'Tet.
Councilmen. John Hallum and Geo.
Brearton.
Sch-iol Visitors. John T. Strauon aud
Jo'm L. Taylor.
Deie;.-ati s to the Convention. John T.
Stra t.in, it. MageTeey, sr., T. W. Brown
i;nd i ii n. - nk
NINTH WAl'.D.
The meeting in this Ward, held at the
"Green Home," was presided over by J.
D. Danbury, Mr. F. O. Schaper acting as
Secretary, and resulted as follows:
Aidermau. J. P. Prescott.
Councilmen M. J. Dovle und Ed.
IMgbo.
DelegaUis. R. r. Ba! email, F. W. Rovs
ter andO. H. P. Piper.
School Visitor. Z. HHfjinM
PEOTEST.
The undersigned, representing what we
are con :io cut w :-i he majority, aud largely
so, of Ihe meeting held at Huppertowii
(the Math Wart) last night, declare we
will support Win. Miller Pr Alderman it
he w ill consent to run. We do this be
cause we believe that he was fairly tbe
nominee of Ihe meeting, liic-ugh not de
clared so. signed,
Fniz IVmpfert, A. F. Schultz,
Wm. Schilling, John l.ereb,
Jacob Huehirt, John llups r.
In behalf of sixty-six other.
TENTH WARIl.
The meeting was called to assemble at
TeuM's Hall, and at half-past seven
o'clock there vreri- at ieasL Sour hundred
Jiersonw present. There was not standing
room in the ball for so 1 irgo a cnuwd, so
tbenieeiuig was adjourned lo meet to
night at some locality, which will be
designated in the JCcertiiy Ledger.
! OCR ENTIRE stock Ot K -taii Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEES.SEL A SON.
USEFUL AND PRETTY."
is the holid ays approach, in selecting a
present it should I the aim of evcrv one , "'" " '" """.
!o get something use't.1 and pr-ttv, and enr-v V,Mrd, "T ' T .V" P 1"
TlS ka l ls-ner and more mutable for ! Krur'- Hestandson aplaitorm. address
a lad araaaiaathan one of those verv ?' his ta.e w 1 eat bed w 1 1 h a
heap ami 1m i.otitul nratis from bans
new cheap dry gisnls sti.re. rhere ou
can get them solid black, ao'.td white,
M rlaad or checked. In fact tbe new store,
l!Vs Main utrii-l, has aralw of every con
ceivable style and oiior, and tbe prices
are so exlri'iiiely low that any one run lie
suitisl in price and design. The d res
(OOda, piaids and tlaiinel-at this store are
old at such prices as will compare favor
ably with New York or ny Northern
market. Our Phila-lelphia make of la
dies' and children's shoes are sol I at such
bargains as to guarantee to all who pur
chase a good hboe for little money.
Our blankets are sold Iielow manufactii
rera' prices. Oar leaulirul crying dolls
for one dollar exceed any dollar atore for
a lrgain.
For domestics and caln-os mu need not
taafc. any further, and as to our gent's
luriiishing good and clo thing, the most
fast l.ii. ills sure ,. ,.. sitislnd ollill-
SMcting the general st(-k at the re
iiov. in 11 cheap now s'l.re. 'jisMain Be
sure to call at Gana new store. No. 21M
Main street, and ss-ure a liargain.
Jt'-T mifU at the fisit of Fnion
lrrcl at 1 cords ash wood. It will lie sold
at reduced prices. a the owner Is anxious
toclivseout. Leave orders at UN Madi
son street.
Ovtt ENTinr. stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEF.-SEL A SON.
Rhetmatism, NeurHlgia, Epilepsy.
I , . , r Wt f I
i Paral vsis, and diseasea or Liver, Spleen 1
' and kidn ys, cured by Dr. Mortimore, al ,
I Central Hotel. !
UiiiW and children' for.
1IERZOW A BRO.
l or. great hargains thi week, call at B.
Low-enstcin A Bro'a.
CUKS, GUNS, GUNS.
Rceived per steamer Nevada, from
: Liverpool, Two Uundrod and Sixt v Eng
; bab Double Barrel Gun, which we are
oOtinug at very low pncea to the trade.
uhuilli, niijs. or l
No. 810 and 312 Front elreet.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS.
The gloomy, rainy weather continued
yesterday.
Oo to St. Patrick' Fair, at the Club
Hall to-night.
Large i troves of hogs arrived by boats
from below yesterday morning.
("bristnin goods ought now to be ad
vertised by e wry body who has them for
sale.
Toothache, neuralgia and rheiimalism
I are the " compliments of the seaaou ' just
! now.
There was not an Item to be gleaned
! from the magistrates' courts yesterday.
, K very body was electioneering.
An overcoat was left at the Municipal
, Court room after the meeting last night.
Hv calling at tola office, and paying for
! this notice, the owner can recover his
property.
At the meeting held in the Second
Ward last evening, ('apt, Jim Durir wa
nominated lor Aldennnn by acclamation
ObL Mageveny and Mr. Johnson witb-
or.i wuii: in ins . . . : .
ti.i, ii Put , Vair ooened nn-
1 (. unfavorable auspices last night, it
pmu,,,; l(, w a brilliant success. Every
body ouirht to go and help the ladies out
wilh their laudable undci taking.
Win. Wesly, an old offender, was put
under bonds yesterday, for robbing a fel
low servant of 3-i in currency. He is now
under arn-st on charge of assaulting the
a,,.... I. frvLlual ii. I I ! . ' i l l i . i- tO tlkA
I jjis ylfu '
,r , .
man w,ho j? -
"the pen is mightier than the Fword,
know the true quotation. "Beneath the
rule of man entirely great, the pen is
mightier than the sword,'' conveys a very
different meaning.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of. N. Hopkins who has recently
bought out the saloon of Mr. LaFontaiue,
No. 243 Second street, (near Jefferson .
Mr. Hopkins keeps on hand the best
wines, liquors and cigars in the city. Go
and try tueui.
Acting Mayor Black received a tele
gram from Senator Cabbiaa, yesterday,
announcing that a special bill had passed
ihc usual readings and become a law, au
thorizing the Commissioner of Registra
tion to hold the municipal election on the
6;h of January. This settles the vexed
question of' authority in the matter satis
iactorily to all parties.
It having been insinuated by a morn
ing coteinpor iry that the Revolution Dol
lar Store is a humbug, (or a word to that
effect), we take pleasure in stating em
phatically, from our personal knowledge
and experiouiv, that such is not the case.
The best proof, however, that the insinua
tion is not true, is the immense MMMM
that Messrs. Parker A Co. have met, and
the universal satisfaction which their en
terprise has given. Such an assertion as
that referred to is but. a poor compliment
to the people of Memphis.
Bv a reference to the proper column
it w ill be seen that our friend Mai. Will
O. Woodson has announced himself as
candidate for the office of Clerk of the
County Court, or, in other words. County
Clerk. We know of no man who eould
better fill the position wilh profit and
honor to the county, and credit to him
self. Brought up inn public office simi
lar to that of County Clerk, Maj. Woodson
is thoroughly conversant with the duties
of the positiou, and would therefore be
the right man in the right place.
Some of tlie structures recently put
up around town especially in the su
burbs are of so tlimsy a nature, and the
masonry is so poor, that they are danger-
Ann I . i.jgli i-w In- I , , inn l. 'A i't
t Here is one now
:n ,,n (.n Second street, though it is but
I one story high,-the front wall of which
J has ticeu propped tip to keep It from fall
ling outward. Several others are in our
' mind's eye. but it is not necessary to par
' ticiil irizc them.
A new commodity in the way of
' game " arrived in this city yesterday,
1 consigned to a Front row bouse, being
nothing else than a lame box of terrapins
shipped hither from Chicago to find a
market. Terrapin stew " is a most ex-
. ceileut dish, and in some portions of the
country is a standard one on the hotel,
I restaurant, and family tables. Conside
j rable skill in the "culinary artist " who
prepares it, however, is required to make
it tasteful I" uneduc.r.i .! palates.
We regret to have to announce the
burning of the residence of anotb.'r weil
known citizen. Rolle S. Saunders. Esq.,
which occurred yesterday morning about
12!i o'clock. The house was situated on
Wellington street, near Real, and was
owned by Mrs. Thos. Turley. Like the
tire which burned out our friends Wiggs
and Cheek, the progress of tha flames in
ibis ct. was - r 'i as in preclude th"
possibility ot saving any ot the more val
uable furniture. Indeed. Mr. Saunders
and familv barely escaped with their
clothing. We couid not learn the amount
uf the damage done.
To obtain the full value of printer's
ink. advertise. Do It in vour own lan
guage, or if you cannot do that to suit
j you get HOtno better versed in the matter
, to help yru, or eeime to the office with
your ideas written down and we will
- Help put them in shape. But by all
: means advertise. Change often, and
when your business admits of it make
different features of it prominent in tlu ir
turn; lo-day one t hinir, to-morrow or next
week another, and then soinelliini: else.
Let your advertisements have something
ftbe dash in tb- m. without great exag-j
geration. Hundreds of fortunes have I
been made by advertising, and yet as un
art it is but imperfectly understood.
There ought to 1k an ordinance pro- '
Diluting the driving of droves and hercta
of beef, mules and hogs through the pub-
lie t borough lares of the city. Suburban I
or slightly 1 raveled streets should be desig
tiatui by the authoilties through which :
drovers and butchers can drive thhtf ani
mals, without endangering life and limb, '
and interrupting business on the streets
to say nothing of the terror occasioned
women and children. As it is, drovers
designedly take the most traveled and
the busiest streets through which to drive
their cattle, hogs and mutos, and acci
dents and annovances are occasioned bv
them every day. We respectiuMy call the i
attention of tlie City Fathers to the fact.
Some days ago information was lodged !
at Headquarters Metropolitan Police, that
a negro named Joe Webb had robbed a
gentleman from the neighborhood of
Helena of $i, and it was supposed had
come to this city. Detectives Connel and
McCnne were put in charge of tho job,
and yesterday succeeded in arresting the
(htof ami reeorerinaa portion of the
r b el on In-
ncrson onlv t lo in inonev, but had two or
,n,' trunks ami Uixes full of trinkets
and clotbrng. On being " isillaretl ebb
admitted the theft and told where he had
bought the various goods. Thedetectives
took him around to the various mer
chants designate., who immediately and
iinli' sitai ingl v refunded the money paid
them, amounting in all to fho. The bal
(Ma of the money Webb bad ftoHekad
awav. He was sent down the river ou the
.St. Francis last evening.
The Hichardson-McKarland scandal,
especially the parts played in it byGreeley,
Norwood and Henry Ward Beecher, is
the absorbing topic of tin- New York pa
llors indeed of ail the pajiers throughout
the country, few palliating, still fewer ad
vocating or defending, and almost all
condemning Ihe action of these individu
als in the disgraceful affair. The best
thing that we have seen on the subject is
a cartoon in the New York Keening Tele-
gn'ni, entitled the tiuuday .School of the '
lecherous smile, and his hands locked de
voutly over his easacaaas paunch. Di
rectly before him, occupying the central
figure of t iie fon'groii h i. is Greeley, a most
capital delineation of tbe philosopher."
who is looking up to It. erhe.-, in the atti-
ile with pug i 9
and most " unquiet eyes," evidently a
treelovist of the first water, intended, we
supjsise, fi r Mrs. Stowe. Around are
landing other typical tigures, too numer
ous to describe here. On the walls are
mottoes, "Free Love Woman's Rights,"
" Divorce Law of Indiana the law of the
land," " Thou shalt (not) cove thy neigh
Isir's wife " (the not stricken out), " Hate
vour neighbor and love his wife," etc., etc.
Th lout enneinl'te, with tbe report of the
M aortal r--!orui netting " attached, is one
of the severest satires that we have ever
seen.
Japanese silks, satins, poplins, etc.
H ERZOG A BRO.
Elegant French and Chinese per
fuuiery. in tine cut-glass Uittlcs, at the
Revolution Doil ir S ore. 213 Main.
OCR entire stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A SEESSEL &SON.
Important Real Estate salesthisday
by Royster, Trezevant A Co., Auctioneers,
al 11 o'clock, on the premises, 'i he brick
residence and south half of block 59, in
Fort Pickering, and ten Mil lots in the
BWt 11111 11 .... vi u
jak) fmi. At 12 o'clock, lots 111 and 24
,n ,K.K 5s 0f Wheaton's sulsli vision on
Linden street, east of Orleans, on a credit
north half ot same iiiock, on tne Horn
i 1, 2. 3 and 4 years. At 3 o'clock, the
iK-autiful lots on Vance street, between
Lauderdale and Drleans, lately owned by
y. W. Smith, Esq. This sale was ad
journed yesltrday on acismnt of the rain.
Wonders will Never Cease. Char
lev u illiams baa returned, aud keeps at
hi beautiful market every thing the best
i. the world.
A wniTE Arab, brochei shawl, or a silk
dress, laoe collar or handkerchiet at
HEHZ'Xi dc BRO'S.
The Weekly Appeal is the lamest
I tingle sheet published iu tbe South.
AMUSEMENTS.
8t. Patbjtk'k Fair. The bad weather,
and the attractions in the political world
consequent upon the ward primary meet
ings, had a very natural effect upon the
attendance at St. Patrick's Fair and Fes
tival, which was inaugurated at the Mem
phis Club Hall last evening. There were
many good souls present, however, who
braved the threatening weather and the
ire of the office-seekers, to be rewarded
by the smileof beauty. The tables were
very handsomely decorated. It would be
a hard task to tell which was the most
beautiful, and we shall leave that to our
readers when tbey ylsit the hall. The ta
ble presided over by Mesdames Burns
and Asbe, assisted by Miss Mary McKeon,
Miss Uaala Kellar, Miss Williamson and
a bevy ot other fair ladies, situated on the
left of the hall, is conspicuous for a tine
display of silverware, prominent among
which is a heavy silver goblet which is to
be voted to the most popular candidate
for Mayor. The first table on the right is
in charge of Mrs. Hanson, assisted by
Mrs. Chapman, Miss Dallas, Miss While
and many other young ladies. It pre
sents a neat and tastelul appeerance and
is tilled with beautiful articles too nu
merous for us to describe. Tlie uext ta
ble on the right has been decorated in a
style that is grand aud imposing, and re
flects credit on Mrs. Roach, Mrs. Radar,
Miss Aunie Kelly and their assistants.
Saxby's quadrille band was in attend
ance, and when we left the hall nimble
feet were keeping step to its music iu the
pleasures of the dance. Tho fair will be
continued this evening.
Memphis Theater. Last niuht the
brilliant burlesque of "Lalla Rookh,-'
written by the Brothers Brough. and in
terspersed with some of the newest and
most popular airs of the day, was placed
upon the lioards of the New Memphis in
capital style. Miss Sophie as the trou
badour ernmorz was as usual, lively,
piquant, and as unctuous as ever. Miss
Irene was pretty, pleasant, and as lym
phatic as she appears to us on all occa
sions, but we are nothing, if not critical,
and we must object to the manner in
which, with the exception of Fadlniieen
(Mr. Lingard). the principal male charac
ters, were represented. Mr. Atkins is an
actor w bo on his first appearauce created
a most favorableiiupression.bat he should
remember that the chief essence of bur
lesque is earnestness an appearance of
reality in all Its extravagance, if he will
understand this, and eudeavor to infuse
into his representations a greater amount
of individuality. He has the
ability to become one of our
best " actors in his line. Mr.
! Hill should rerrain from introduc
ing extraneous words (''gags" we believe
is the proiessionai lerni' oy wuicu ne
destroys the meter of his lines, and ex
poses the trick of the stage. The remarks
are given in good faith. The advice of
Hamlet to tbe player may be conned by
burlesque representatives as well as
others, with advantage to themselves and
their audiences. There were instances iu
this representation of taking liberties
with the autjor and the audience, which
we have observed before, and the fair di
rectress will do well to restrain her actors
in their exuberance. We give this advice
in tne best spirit, for we admire Miss So
phie, and think she is deserving of better
support. To-night ' Siabad, the Sailor,"
a burlcsqne wo have highly favorable re
ports ot, is lo ue prouueeu.
ABUOAD.
Alf. Burnett is in New York.
"Honkv-Tonkv, he don't pay in Mo
bile." Booth is doing his Hamlet in Massachu
setts. The DeLave troupe aro at the Mobile
Theater.
Dan. Bryant is agalu in tbe " nigger "
business.
Theatrical business is reported dull at
the East.
The Hanlons are at Tammany Hall,
New York.
The Florences are in Baltimore, fresh
from the Pacific slope.
"Humpty Dumply " still crowds tbe
Concordia t Baltimore) The att'r.
Lucille Weston left Pittsburg on the
27th tilt., after a brilliant eui;,:tiieiit.
" Bad Dickey " succeeds " Hickory-Dickory-Dock""at
'hit Bowery, New York.
John E. Owens is at tho Varieties, New
Orleans of course, filling the house every
night.
J. 8. Browne, the original Robert Ma
eairv, died in New York Us; week, aged
eighty years.
The new sensst ional drami. " London,"
docs not create tho furore in New York
that was expected.
The detinn.l for first-class "variety
talent" was never bettor throughout thy
country. Bad sign.
During last week Joe Jefferson de
lighted Ihe . Louis folks with his iuim
itablo if'i Van Winkle.
Mrs. Bowers and Mr. McCollom are tak
inn everything by storm al the Academy
of Music, New Orleans.
Mr. Dominick Murray and Miss Fiddes
enlivened Chicago last week with " I'.orn
to Good Luck" and the "Golden Bubble."
The Riehinss are to give "The Hugue
nots" in English, at ihe Academy ol
Music, New York the first time in
America.
Mrs. Bowers' has tcen giving the people
of Memphis her idi as oi "Marv ;tt it :,"
and the people o: New Orlo ins are now
giving thtir ideas of Mrs. Bowers. All
right! Brirers..i .,.' 'JBeptttar, in A.
The Academy of Music, Mobile, lately
burned, is to be Immediately replaced by
a neat and tasty little theater. Mr. Law
rence has aireiuly ask''il for prn-"s..'s :o:
tbe erection of the building. S. R. Wells
will be the lessee. "
CHRISTMAS BOOiCS.
H. Wade A- Co., 207 Main stroet, call the
attention of their friend and tho public
generally to their very beautiful assort
ment of Holiday Goods, such as Writing
Deaka, Portfolioa, Work Boxes, Photo
graph Albums, Chronios, Gold 1'ens,
Chlldrena' Oaaaaa, beautifully illustrated
Books in Morocco, Aiitiijiie bindings; Ju
venile and Toy liooks iu great variety.
Ocr entire stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEEBSEL te 90S.
The sale of quaint and leautifu! Ori
ental g khIs and curiosities, at Royster,
Trezevant A Co's., will contintie this day
and ti-morrow onh. This is a rare chance
to procure some exquisite Japanese arti
cle for a Christmas present. Goods at
private sale.
We can't be approached in the price of
our boulevard skirt.
BEBZOQA BRO.
Choice Bctter at Ice Depot, iAi Jef
ferson. Jet Sets, fashionable styles, for $1 00,
at the
RE VOLITION DOLLAR STORE,
913 Main street.
In order to keep pace with the great
demand upon us, we have again replen
ished our Mock, comprising an a-ssortmeir.
of nearly seven hundred English and Ger
man Hun, which we are ottering at very
low tigurcs.
0 KG ILL, BROS. A CO.
To Printers. We have for sale a font
of Long Primer type, nearly new, suitable
for a country weekly. For price, apply or
ddress Appeal met,
KEATINN. B&GL28H A CO.
Gents" and boys' gloves, scarfs and fur
nishing goods general I v.
HLRZOG A BRO.
Go To Locke's, -; Main street, for tbe
latest news.
FAILURE OF THE MAILS.
An old subscriber of the Appeal sends
11s the following, which we commend to
the attention of the postal authorities, as
we are sure tho papac of Mr. K. is regu
larly mailed from this olllce;
Coriniii, Miss., liecemlier 11, 1859.
Editors Apjteal: Why does tho Daily
Appeal so olten fail to come to hand T I
gel on an average ot late about three
numbers a week, and I have inJy re
ceived one number of the Suiuil- Ap
peal in tbe last six weeks. The post
master here avers that the fault is not in
his office. Where does It lieT I am not
disposed to complaiu, aud would not
think strange of au occasional failure, but
when it ja Ie' s one thing week after
wei k, anirVl. iv alter day, I am const rained
to Iwlieve that there is great neglect
S'unew lo re. WI... s tn hi tine? Pi' '4j
ascertain where it is and have it corrected,
and oblige vours, respectfully,
W. U. K.
Ova entire stock of Rotail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEESSEL A SON.
Ivorv-heaiied Canes for ono dollar at
the Revolution Dollar Store.
Dry goods reduced this week at B. Low
enstein A Bro's.
Select Oysters, 75 cents per can, at
loo Depot bi JelTersoa.
All cnitoNio and afflictive forma of
Female Diseases successfully treated by
Dr. Mortimore, Central Hotel.
For Pistols, Rifles, Guna, Powder
Flasks. Shot and Belts, Percussion Caps,
Gun Wada, etc., etc. go to Orgill, Bros.
A Co's.
THE MUNICIPAL CANVASS
Calls Upon Candidates Their Replies Etc.
Capt. Joseph Lenoir: Although yon
have declined lo be a candidate for Mayor
of the city of Memphis, we desire to
know if you will accept the nomination if
Ufnderedto you. These are times that
require men like yourself to sacrifice
something for the public good, and we
think you have no right to refuse.
MANY CITIZENS.
I-Utitora Appeal.- Warning the peoplo
of Memphis against tho chicanery by
which designing office-seekers wiil at
tempt to cat : . the next municipal elec
tion, and returning my sincere thanks to
the many gentlemen who have, unsolici
ted, tendered me their support, I respect
fully decline becoming a candidate for
Mayor. 11 BN it Y M. LOWENSTINE.
" ITenrji Bernard, Jutr.: A sufficient
number of votes of the Seventh ward will
nominate and elect you as one of the
Councilmen under the new charter. Will
yon serve TOUR FRIENDS?"
Editor Appeal: Tho above I find in
your issue of this morning; and, coming,
as it docs, entirely unsolicited, I canno,
!. ; but grateful. I am, however, not a
political grindstone, nor a candidate for
official honors. "Your friends" (my
friends) will, therefore, be kind enough to
do without me as councilman.
Respectfully yours, etc..
H. BERNARD.
Mkmimiis, December 14, IBM,
Editors Appeal : As a voter and private
(Ullim, interested, as all our citizens are
or ought to be, in the result of the com
ing city election, I beg to submit a few
suggestions as eminently proper, and
such as, T doubt not, will govern every
right-minded delegate to t he City Conven
tion; and no other should lie in it.
1. Tbe delegates would be false to the
city if their purpose bo to represent their
own prejudices. The Convention thus
would be substantially a packed one, and
so, like so manv others of late, a disgrace
to the city and the people, and its nom
inations only to be disregarded and des
pised bv tbe" people.
2. The nominee for Mayor should bo a
first-clOJM man, for the present size and
importance of the city require and de
uiHiid such. That is to say, he should be
a man of superior intelligence, education
and mind, capable of conversing, writing
and speaking creditably to himself and
the city, officially. He must necessarily
meet, officially, intelligent strangers and
visitors; must often officially correspond,
write messtiges which the law requires,
and, in emergencies unexpectedly often,
and, on important public occasions, be
called upon, as the Chief Magistrate, to
speak for and in the name of the city.
Ho should be a man of incorruptibility,
known aud established by his whole past
life. He should le a man of firmness as
well as principle. He should 1)0 uni
formly urbane and courteous, that those
whose duty and right it may be to see
bim officially may not lie coarsely treat
ed a very important matter. He should
have no business, interests, or occupation
to prevent his attention to the high duties
of the office. He Bbould have business
qualifications, attested by the successful
management of his own affairs, and
equally requisite to those of the city.. He
should be, if possible, well acquainted
with the affairs of the city; and, if expe
rienced in them, all tho better. Nine in
ten of those who flippantly speak of these
matters cannot state correctly a half
dozen of facts concerning them. The law
requires of the Mayor to give " informa
tion " of them, and this he must, ot
course, have. He should be socially iden
tified with the community and acceptable
to it. He should be of unb'amable per
sonal and moral character, and, as such,
an ornament aud pride to tbe city and an
example to all, that none need be
ash, uned of him or his example in tins
high position, in all this he should be
the tit representative of an intelligent and
virtuous community.
Select aud elect such a man. I name
no person have no respect for persons.
Tho good citlaens can control the elections
over the bad, if the: mSJL
PRIV AT." CITIZEN.
OCR ENTIRE stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc at cost.
A. RKK98EL & SON.
IlEitzo'f's jewelry advertisement any
thing for a dollar.
The Appeal is delivered for 25 cents a
week.
' Conscmption. diseasesof theLungsand
Throai, cured by Dr. Mortimore, Office,
Central Hotel, Adams street.
Rkap the reduction advertisement of
It. I. iweustein A Ilro'a.
AruusT Bkrto.v, the confectioner at the
corner of Fourth and Poplar streets is
ahead of every body in that line. He also
sells home made mince meat, ready for
use, at 20c a pound.
OCR great bargain in the boulevard
skirt. The price during the holidays onlv.
H ERZOG A BRO.
Smoky Chimneys. No cure no pay.
Have your grates set and smoky chim
neys cured, Dy calling on H. Lemon, 41
Miidiscn street.
Sweepinu reduction at 15. Lowenstein
& Bro's.
The Ari'EAL is delivered by daylight,
seven times a week, for twentj-tive cents.
Select a box of Handkerchiefs, Half
Ilose. K. Y. Shirts, or any style of Furnish
ing Uisxls for holiday "gifts, at SXi Clay
Btulitinij. W1GGANS A' THORN'S,
LAW REPORTS.
Law Court Juiiai Carstaek.
The following cases were disposed of
yesterday:
Barrow vs. Wade dismissed by con
Rent. Brin kerhofl' vs. Wade dismissed by
eonseut.
Manning vs. Wade dismissed by con
sent. Beecher, Shultz A Co. vs. Price et al on
tiial, and will bo further heard to-day.
Chancery Court--C!iancellor Morgan.
The demurrer calendar, as published on
yesterday, will be taken up to-day the
c.ise of Bond vs. Kcrseuoll' standing tirsl
for hearing.
The decrees filed yesterday were :
Dixon vs.selden injunction dismissed.
Cherry vs. Hurdin linal.
Bethel vs. Nelsou title vested.
Adams vs. Adams sale.
Sbeppird vs. tsheppard cotnniissieners
apsiinted.
Hughes vs. Hughes motion overruled.
Ascho vs. Ascbc report confirmed.
II iv ne vs. Covne appeal.
Dickens vs. Dickens on report.
I 'i nner vs. Warlield decree against
purchaser.
Chrisp vs. Borry order of substitution.
The following bills were tiled yesterday:
I'.. Jenkins vs. W. II. Siieed et al.
Drtflant Beatly vs. W. U. Schultz.
.1. S. Herring et al. vs. R. J. Herring et
al.
U. S. Circuit Court Judgs Trigg.
No Court was held yesterday, in conse
quence of the absence of Judge Trigg at
Nashville. To-day tho district docket
will be called, etc.
Municipal Court Judge Foutf.
The following judgments wero taken
yesterday :
Ki illy'vs. Robertson A Co. judgment
for plaintiff, llk
WiQaaail vs. Siewart iudgmont for de
fendant, Sob' Sj.
McGoughy vs. M. & L. B. R. R. Co.
judgment for plaintiff, tsbO.
Randolph et al. vs. Easterly judgment
for plaint ill' and writ of inquiry.
Foster vs. Morton judgment for plain
till' bv default, etc.
Watson Strong, Esq., was sworn in and
enrolled as a member ot the bar.
To-day the calendar of cases as pub
lished heretofore will lie called for I rial.
A CARD.
I would most respectfully announce to
lb" public ol this city and vicinity, that
Mr. A. R. Collins, at tit Second "street,
will represent me. and will take pleasure
lu giving all the information, furnish cir
culars aud price lists, and take orders for
our unsurpassed and justly celebrated
pianos, known as those of the St. Louis
Piano Manufacturing Company.
It is hi h time to cease paying tribute
to thu East. Patronize home manufac
ture, and make the Mississippi Valley
elf-sutainin' : therefore call on Mr. Col
lins, and you will not only tind it to your
interest, but I assure you a lasting satis
faction for giving us a consideration be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
L. E. KONFESZISKI,
Agent St. Louis I'iano Mf'g Co.
Ocu entire stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEESSEL A SON.
Read B. Lowenstein A Bro's advertise
ment to-day.
For carpets and oil-cloths, go to E. Fe
gan's, 'JIM Second street, Vincent Block.
Baroains from now till New Year.
HEliZOG A BRO.
M'r. .1- 'V . I ' . 1 1 ' I' 11 SI I V ("III II'
Storekeepers can be supplied with any
laaanivU i,uiiii,iij ui ninpjiiu lvjwi ui .
tor cash, on application at the AppksL
counting room.
CHICKASAW JOCKEY CLUB.
The Great Race of 1870.
The BluiTC'lty stake Par three year olds,
two-mile heats, sub&cripuuu soiip.p. and
S1000 added, to ho runnn the Friday ofthe
regular Kali meeting, ls',"o, of Ihe Chicka
saw Jockey Club, closed November 8th,
with the following subscriptions:
1. Geo. T. Altaian's b f jnmMt June, by Imp.
Australian; dam Mattle Orosa, by Lexing
ton. 2. Also, b f Minnie flntm, by imp. Australian ;
dam Maznrka. by Lexington.
3. T. it. Itaeon's tic tve.'-htntrg, by Leamington ;
dam Neutrality, by Itevenue.
4. J. B. Barnes' b e by Kodgers; dam F.lla Nor
ton, by Tbe Colonel.
5. Also. Iiijjim Uintim, by Kixlgc-ri; dam Mad
ame House, by la.vlatuau.
6. A. Huford's b c nquirer.by famington;
dam by Lexington.
7. i h.-atiiain flt Lerden's eh c by Hrown Dick;
dam l'ucheas de llerrv. by rtovei elgu
8. W. Cottreil's b f Cricket, by Daniel Boone;
dam Lilly Ward, by Lexington
. K. T. Craig f?on's ch f Irene Hhepparil. by
Bob Johnson; dam Kanny Biign, by Aiubas
. sador.
10. A. C. Franklin's ch f Ulenrose. l.y Lexing
ton: dam Sally Lewis, by di ll.
AaX, br f Kfithtrer. by Lexington ; dam Ma
ria lunls, by nap. Yorkshire.
12. Charles A. IlannUuu's bl f bhnmire, by
Rebel; dam by Mi union.
13. ttnlib.irii & Bacon's ch f Satlie l,ncrll, by
Piau-t; itani IVlpliin". by I ted Kye.
11. Also, ch f Sherroitine, by Sherrod; dam
Cholera, by Wagner.
15. W. Jennings' be Kildnre, by Lexington;
dam Lulu Hortoa, by imp. Albion.
10. Also, ch c Leiiuter, by iuip. Australian;
dam Luline. by Lexington.
17. Also, ch r ' aafcr, by John Morgnu ; dam
Clticoua, by I tap. Herald,
is James VcCornilck's b c Hamburg, by Lex-
tngtou; dam f-y Churchill.
19. 1. i. Moore s ch c M' Ctiaky, by Lexington;
dam Laura, by Leviathan
20. Also, i n c r'Mter, by Lexington ; dam Vero
na, by imp. Yorkshire.
21. Rlcharos & Kilgoui's be 7?'nin-. by War
Dance; dam Las of 6iduty, by Kuight octH.
Georg-,1.
21 Also, ch f faster of 004. by Knight Of at,
George; dam the dam of John Kilgour, by
Imp. tilencoe.
2t. KA. smith's ch tjitkw IV'tnt, by Lexing
ton: dam i air. i White, by ap. Gleae m.
21. Aliio, b c ifMi-iit, by imp. Boutiie .Scotland ;
dtuu l.;tlv I.UI11 :oilcr, by Monuri-h.
2. Z. Ward's b f Mundane, by Lexington; dam
by imp. tiooton.
2i. w . H. Williamson's o c, by Brown Dick;
dam Lady I iflle, by Imp. Albion.
This makes 5-,:Kt) in the no:, and from
the entries, the sporting public may look
for a race that will be historical.
Gents.' woolen outside shirts for $1
each, at the Revolution Dollar Store, ili
Main.
OCR EXTiitK stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at rest.
A. SEES.SEL 4 SON.
Read B. Loweuatein A Bro.'s advertise
ment to-day.
Corns, bunions, bad nails, cured with
out pain or drawing blood, by Dr. Lindo
tnan, room M Overton Hotel
Jewelry lrom now till Jauary 1, at one
dollar a set. Your choice for one dollar
any set in the house. Some are worth
throo and fonr dollars.
nERZOt ; A BRO.
Great bargains this weci at B. Lowen
stein JC Bro's,
For e.trppts and oil-cloths, go to E. Pe
gan's, 2b0 aieoond street, Vincent Block.
Lyons velvet for a cloak would bo an el
egant Christmas pres. rt. Y.m can bud it
at 11 ERZOG 4 BRO'S.
Ot n EVTtrti: abash of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEEsSEL de SON.
LETTER LIST.
The following Is th
lug In the Mem, hla
ured by carrier yse
; of letters remaln
jfllce and not dellv-
All let ers directed to street and numbers.
Will be delivered promptly by carriers.
LAniLn' LIST.
Balthrope. nrs M K Blood, miss J
oayuc, iars l
Crowl.-y, mrs J
I;tuiau, miss K
lleistand, mrs L
H irris, tuhm A
lleistand. mrs LA
Lake, miss K D
McCollougii. mrs A
Noonati. mrs J
Rozze. mrs A
Taylor, mrs L' J
Bre . mis s t'
Dougherty, lurs S C
Evana, mr N
iianoinell, mrs U
Hilt, mrs s ,
Loaaar, mrs j
Lynca. mrs I J
Mathews, miss M
Pry or, miss .u I'
Sruitii. tuts M
alaer. iars J
H msiow, miss .
Wii.on, uias L
West, mrs A
(iKXi'LKMKN'a LIST.
A very, N s Ariiour. J ft
.:i xaader, T
Armstrong, w Atiern w
Blake. R Brova, W
liouiieville.J E haw, W P
hiiih rbactc.Ws Beaver, L A
Burntoii, lv Ha iiee. J tl
Buchanan, J II t owena, J
Caivm. K t arter. W
lni.t.-r, J A Co Dugan. I
Dean, Ci' Deftiim. F J"
Drake-, ti W Da vis. J
hUUatt, H H IMis.T
Kvaaa,WH Foflaaaaa, J
Farnswonii, G W
Fe-s'tison, J C FtfirelLSL
Onyiior, A 1' ereaa, v K
Oodaey. H Ob tin. ts
All-n, I .s
Boooe, J
ltayne, W T
Kaiiuiister, HS
Basset 1, A
C" r hi, J
hawtrnr. A ,1
Luul ip, w 1'
Dlcklilsioa, aB
leaves. Li K
Khte. V
Kowler, J
fiord. BC
Uoldaa, li D
Green, '
flaiUvau, Fi
liu-jsi-y, C rs J
Ooodw n.F W Urttthey, J
Hansen, J Mrarla. II C
ltuui, w it
Ham. L II .11"
RN d. 1 il Han -ovk, J
Joue-i,.! II Jacobs, il
Jones, t
Joliusou. A B
Ml ia Hal 1. h
Lanktord.Q II
Mdraa, V
Miller, a
M uiutll, It
Maliu u, r"
M - ! .l.i.i. H
HeK tale, C C
-H1.MC2
Ml-.ii. 11
Oliver, J W
Pee!, L
Ueed. D l
tiKe, W I)
Ki.v.ull
Rojell, II L
Stcem. J P
Jackson.CC Joliu-ton. A
Kui Uk. ii aslllle. li
Leweih n, W B Lupp, J W
Long. t. Muter, J A 11
Mile-, it J Mlllouc, J
Mill !.. , W Jlauuell, J
MM0.O W Korean, VS
iliiii. W l) Met. tin, J
He autey. SP MeUfaMk J
Neilliu. X Nltaon, W
Nt .ii, SM Norce. c
Mewi-omb, L 8 Ne.ms, J I
( rr, N Pjatxae, Dr
Par lee, M A Prlm-e, H L
iCobertwon iX Nichols
liecd. W H Bairn, W
ltbooes. N Rilv v, J
Iteill ird, U R Reese, V
Sculi.t. vt
Sti N 1. .
C
tsaudcis, l)(c)
Baubed, If
tstiiiinati. J L
.s.,w. J li
Bsaai. J
Beldon. w Ii & 1
hmita, C IS tiullivan, Jr, M
Slnir, II ."stce!, W 1
it-ri V, 1 J lliOiUi'.setl. I.
Tompkins. J ie. Taylor. It
I uruiiain, J C
Titus, L Trier, N ii
Wiley, M
Williams. L N W illi.iMis. v Li Walt-. N
WlLiaiii-, K M Waiisworth.J Bv, i.k-roou.Dic
Wluchesttr, X Witliaui-.JJ
Gents' Sleeve Buttons find Studs, gold
plate and warranted, for one dollar, al ihe
Revolution Store, 2- Main street.
Ocr lntire stock of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEESSEL A SON.
Lack collars and handkerchiefs, vrv
che.ip. HliZOG ABKU. "
Bargains: Bargaius!! BanaaBSlII
(ireat bargains in dry goods at B. Loweu
atein A Bto.'s this week.
Ocr entire stock of Betail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., at cost.
A. SEESSEL A SOW.
IMPORTANT LAW.
So Voting Outside 0 the Itistrict or Ward
in ichirh the Voter Lives and i Entitled
to Vote.
The following is the first section of a
bill which pass. ,1 ihe present Legislature
on the tth ult., and is now a law of tho
State:
" Be it enacted hi the firneral Assembly
f the State of flail at, Thai all voters
in this Slate shall be required to vote in
the civil district or ward in which they
niay reside. Any person violating this
act "shall lie gtiiltv of a misd'ineanor, and
upon conviction thereof, shall bo filled" in
a sum not less than twenty nor more than
lifiy dollars; provided, that sherill's and
other officers holding ebvtions shall lie
oermitted to vote in any ward or pneinct
tn which they Bray hold an election;
provided also, that il from any cause there
should be a failure to hold an election in
any civil district or ward, then nothing
in this act shall be so construed as to pre
vent any voter from voting in any other
civil district or ward in this county or
town, for State or county officers, at the
time presoriliud by law."
Read the reduction advertisement of B.
Iioweuste.n A Bro's.
Ladies' purses, gloves, collars und
cuffs. HEKZOti & BRO.
How are you off for soap? Fifty per
cent, butter value tit the Revolution
Dollar Store, 213 .Main street.
Of n kntiiik stock, of Retail Dry Goods,
Shoes, etc., ui cost.
A. SEESSEL & SOX.
An Act to Regulate the Publication of
Legal Notices.
"Sktios 1. Be it enacted. That it shnll
be tbe duty of all Clerks, Sheriff's, ami
other court olhcers, to make, or cause to
be made, publications of all notices of a
letral character in the niAv.-pjper published
in tho county where such shall be ordered
having the :..ri;cst circulation in said
isiunty, and where thero is no newspaper
publisheil in the county, then the publi
cation shall be mitde in tho newspaper
publisheil nearest the county seat, having
the largest circulation in laid coi'.nty.
Provided, That in every tastaaee wherB
the party or paties thi attoney o at
torneys, interested in said publication
shall have tbe i itlit to designate tho news
papers in which the said publication shall
be made."
We copy above sp much of the legal ad
vertising "law as the public is interested
in. We do this for the sole purpose of
putting the officers, litigants and attorneys
upon their giranl in relation to tho mut
ter, and to guard them against being mis
led. It is the privilege of the party or at
torney, at whose instance un advertise
tnent'is inserted, to publish it in any pa-
pr he pi
RtVER NEWS.
BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY.
Whit river .CnaXEKCl AL I0ii.ni
St. Louis .CiTY of Caiiio p.m
Frtnr' Point 'ixy. AaDBasox f p.m
Clr mnatl Alice Iius .5 p.m
Orleans 4 IRAKI! Eba 5 p m
', innatl Alaska Jipitn
Lo.iisville Nick Loxowoktu .i p.m
ARRIVALS.
Belle Mem phis
Luminary
Olive Branch
Tom Morgan
I 'arrle is ..
JW. I. ,i" -
-HL Loci
.St. Louis
JSt. Louis
Loaisvilie
Louikvllle
White river
White river
New Orleans
New Orleans
Natchez
i..-:m Deader
Commercial
Swallow
Mollle Able
DEPARTURES.
Mollle Able
Belle Memphis
Swallow
Tom Morgan
Ozark
O. W. Cheek
Des Arc
.St. Francis
Legal Tender
Luminary
i 'arrle 8
Olive Branch
Natchez
t. Louis I
Jt. Loyis j
Cincinnati j
. Arkansas river
Arkansas river I
Friar's Point
Friar's Point i
St. Francis river
White river
Vluk9burg
.New OY leans
New Orleans
New Orleans
IN PORT.
Canny Brandeis. Comrr.erciaL Urand Era
Mary Boyd. Alice Lean
RIVERS, WEATHER AND BUSINESS.
MitMi'His Uas Works December 1 1.
River rose 3 inches in past twenty
four hours. Below high water mark bl
1S67, IS feet t) inches.
CHAS. GOODWIN,
SiiDerintendent of Gas V0rk9.
St. Locis, December 14. The river is
swelling.
Cairo, December 14. Tp: Silver Moot
at SI and Richmond at 10 last night; For.
syth, 3 p.m. ; Rubicon,-4 p.m.; Virginia, 7
p.m.; Otlavia, 11 p.m.; Tom. Reese, .i p.m.
Down: BUa at 11 last night; Dick Ful
ton, '1 a.m.; Emma Lom, i a.m.; Colum
bian, 2 p.m.; Paulino Carrol, p.m. The
river fell ti inches. There has been a
steady rain ail day.
Pitts ui mi, December 14. Weather
clear and mild. Monongahela 7 feet 4
inches; Alleghany !i feet 7 inches. If high
water lasts about forty-five coal barges
will get out to-morrow. ,
Cincinnati, December 14. Depirt ':
Anna and S.iilie for New Orleans. Th
river is falling with 17 feel in the channel.
Drizzlingj-aiu. s
Lot isviLLE, December 14. Cp: Hale
and Garrett. Raining.
The river at this port is ri-iug and the
bar opposite is entirely covered. The
Arkansas is rising with ten feet t Little
Hock. White riyer is yflso swelling by
Ihe late rains. The latest from altove wiil
be found ba oar diapatehea. 'I l weather
has lieen wet but it cleared oil lust night
and wilLprobabiy be clear to-uay. Busi
ness active.
MISTELLAN EOCs.
The New Mm passed down after
dark last night. Sue is ail the press has
claimed for her.
Tho Commercial came iu with 710 bales
cotton and lull sacks s. 1 1.
All our outgoing local packets had good
trips.
The towboat Liberty No. 4 came in
from above and put off a big lot of
freight for this port.
The Mollie Able passed up yesterday
with a splendid trip.
Captain Bob MeGhee, who has been on
a short trip to New Orleans, whore he
contemplates going into business, came
up yesterday on the Able.
The elegant M iry Bo d, 0 K iyn s.
leaves to-inOtTOW for ail point- 011 be Ar
kansas to Little Rock. Neil Outlaw and
Bob Shields are her clerks.
Our list of arrivals and departures Is a
largi one, and river business would seem
to be iu a nourishing condition.
The magnificent. Lady Gay, Cpt.
Jones, will pass up to-morrow for St.
L'oiis. .
The elegant City at Cairo, dpt. Malta,
will get away to-day at 4 p.m. fat Ciin
and St. Louis. She connects with the
trains North and Eist.
Tht) Commercial was dela3-ed by the
weather, and did not got away last night.
She loaves to-day at In .1.111. for all points
on White river, connecting wilh the L;i
tl ' Rock train. P issentrers should not
tail to lie on board iu time, as the Old Re
liable is prompt as a clock. John B. !-vi-
is her popular master. Charley Sharp
and Steve H lic ick are her clerks.
Tne Alii o 1 ie iii. Cap;. Jno, N. Sbunk,
with Billy Grubb iu the office, leaves to
day for Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati.
She has a full cargo engaged, and will go
tor nigh on time. She is a lino passenirer
packet.
Tne Nick Longworth, Capt. Lew Kates,
v. ill pass up for Iaiuisilb to-day at 5
p.m. Siio is a No. 1 packet. Eugene
Bowers is her chief clerk.
Capt. Oakes will pass up with the A'
ka to-day, and will make all findings to
the Ohio yen, even unto the c;t 01' Cin
cinnati, where much unclean meat is year
ly aflat ad up lo ihe spirit of d trknesa.
The Grand Era letves to-day at p.m.
for Vkskabarx aui New Orleaus. Sa. ts
the regular Wednesday packet nn i is an
"leg-.int new packet. Jas. Kerr, jr., has
her office in charge.
The insurance case of tho strainer
Bridgeport has been de -ided in S'. Louis.
Tho boat's freight list was instired May 9,
ltsis, in th? sum of SfiitOO against total loss
on her trip from M. Louis to Fori Steven
son. When she arrived at a point on the
Missom-i river below Sioux City, the
plaintiffs alleired that throuirh peri! of
tbe river, she became a total loss, where
by her freight was totally lost ami the
mi- tiiie.l damage of over $aont for which
sum with ten per cent, damages they
aakad for judgment.
Tho defendants la answer averred that
ai the date of the policy, and while lying
at St. Louis, th- taaaM' was well faioa
to the owners ami tbe plaintiffs to ba in
an unsound, rotten and a lint condition,
and totally unscacorthy and unfit for iho
proposed irip; that wli-m sit" left on the
voyage she was improperly manned, and
by reason of her weak condition she was
unable to successfully navigate the river;
and further, before "reaching Omaha, by
the utter want of esre and pi udeiio-on
ihe part of the owners, officers mid crew,
she received extensive injuries, and was
11 liable to proceed beyond that place wit h
out being rejiaired; that the linking of
the boat was caused by her weak condi
tion, and. the negligence of the owners
ami officers, ami not by any peril of the
sea as alleged in t he petition.
The case was aiveti to the jury, who re
turned a verdict for the plaintiff for
7070 damages.
STEAMBOATS.
FOR ST. LOUIS,
Memphis and St. Louis U. S. Mai! Line
FOR H1CKUAS. OOJLl ::iVS, CAIRO AUD
nr. LOUIS.
COT OF CAIRO
M.illn. master
Tills elegant passenger packet
will W as above ,
THIS DAY, lith Inst., nt 5 p.m
Tickets for all points, via Mem
Louis Packets. North. Esst and Vi
stre-t. FLF.M. CALVERT, t-ap't.
Toy B. Drvx. Ticket Age at. Beg
i"on. st. IjOtSs.
The Fleet uml Luxurious P.i'M'iiga - ten aaf
isiru-J dit, masfrr ' 'w. n iiten, -:
Will leareTHrR VY, l'h l.iil.at lOiun
KIL'H'D W. LiviHTlil RNE,Uin' A.
d-l SVtv Jt-rvrson srnt-t
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Regular Memphis 2nd White River United
States Mail Tuesday Packet.
For Helena. Indian Hay, Clarendon, PeVall's !
Mtltr. Little Hoc, 11.-S Arc, West PnHlt,
ceari v, Auausia auu jacasonporl.
COMM 33 H.CXA.XJ.
J. B. Pavis muster.
This el'gnt passenger ateaiuer ,
ITIla tvit; ;i UUOVfl
THIS DAY. 15th inst , at 10 a.m.
LKVV & K'JHBI-VS. Aeents.
del-", IsJerTerson 'reef. ,
FOR CINCINNATI.
Begalar Mpnhli tn and Ciaeinnati P
Fur Cairo, Louisville and Clnolan
ALK'B 1HAN Miuak,
Tht elegsal :r.'l w;t Nttuiuer ,
will t iv u- Atnive MM
THIS DAY. Lith Inst.. at 5 p.m.
LARKY liAi'MVFAO. Ajrei
deli No. U Madison .
Keeulr Memphis atid rineinna": I'
For Talro. Louisville and t'liiHni.ru
ALASKA - tfn.8.. -,
Tiifs eieKtvitt paeuitfaer pac&et m Jt
lenvfr; tu. iibove
THIS DAY. jf h la-v. r " n.rr.
LARRY HAILMS'I AI), Apent.
FOR LOUISVILLE.
Regular New Orleans and Louisville Packet '
For Cairo and Loaisvilie.
NICK LONUWuttTB Kates, master :
i ui" ii,-w , . . i'.i ii'...i ji.i-sellger
Blt-'lin'r i, ;t n- ivr lis HljCVt-
TlIM DAY. ISth lust., ai 5 p.m
LARKY IIAILMSTAD. Agent,
g 1 Madison street
mt STEAMKR
E. i). Small master.
Will commence to run the
Hatehle Kiver on the nrst rLse in .rd
tne river, lrom .Mempoix to the railroad bridge L
near BrowDsville., weekly, and will do tit i to
wm warn M
dull
b. LAN IK it, Agnt. i
Ten Thousand Dollars
IN BARGAINS
OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
THIS WEEK!
Avail Yourselves in Time!
We Mean
STEAM30AT3.
FOii ARKANSAS RIVEIt.
Memphis anil Arkansas, River Packet Com
panyUnited Stales Hail Line.
For Helena, I'tne L1u.1T and Little Hock.
Steamer SaflCzary I3oycl,
llaynr s master.
This eleeanta
steamer will lea
wly refitted
1 above
THtIt-SI.vY, Wth inst.. at 5 p.m.
Conncc tait with steamer Fort Ulb in foj
Fort Smith arid aliove.
For freight or paaaaae apply 011 tmarrt or to
W. H. KKNNEDAV. Agent.
ili-l.", '-! - -1 -!.. St,.n;,,i, it -oefc.
FOK RED RIVER.
POXl IlED hx-veh
And New Orl-sns Wednesday Packet.
The new p.:; 1 'iii passenger steamer.
! GRAND EPA.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
FOR NEW ORLEANS
The Lsxnrtoa- Low-prei.-"are steamer.
i Richmond. r.-?rz
Nl.'.t.
Will ieav? SATURDAY, 18th inst.. ai 5 p.t
A. SEESSEL
Geo i.
I Will li
Klil
fwr freight or pas-.-reapply i.n board, dell j t'onnertT wUrPst'emer ItolileJrat for all
' " point oa PppeT '.,'aite anil Htack rivers. r
:: : .:..r v iphis an ; .'. Orleana '.VeUnes- i ELLi' rrT A MILLER. A ur.
duv Packet Foe New Orleans. i Promenade and J-flersonSu.,opD. Lacdina.
GRANIi ERA -.O. U Roans, waster ei
; (. ,To l7d r e lTaTTe"
Li.VY l'.iJbs;l..-S, Ajjents,
DAVIS BmjSSt
-AllKAN:sI:K Lm" UNITED STATES MAIL LIHE.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet
Ccmp-tny.
FOR LITTLE ROCK,
TUESDAYS, THUHSDAYS & SATURDAYS,
-."Vt 3 t.zai.,
STEAMERH
THO". H. At.Lr" Reee Prltchatil. master
MAST E'.iVIi -..Hnynes, master
if, A. CALD'ELL Hlc.Mleil. master
OZ.VRK Vd. bawaa, master
OCIDON Clav Rtcs, Master
t'onnrrtir.i: at Little Ri ck, for Fort sinub.
with 1 la en irel new anu elegant passenger
packets
D&RDSKBIil
FORT t. : - I
Tbeiice eoiin-s
jaafee
FIRT SMITH
For F.-r ; bm
a,. . ,:
or a' ro:n.
Wm. B. Nowlnn-1. master
BAlth. master
ing with the very Ugl.t-drait
Eil. Valonejiaaster
t o-p :- :ii.;i'y mi iioard,
s 1. nice, Stanton lilock, So. 3
Mail. si; t. '
J HIN II. ADAPTS, President.
W. II. KtlNXKl.AY. Ag-nt. de
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Kenipris and St. Francis RiYdr 1 ues
day PackoL
For Helena, Mariana, Maiilsou and WltUbnr?
The new and elegant Mldtwheel Paasenger
Packet,
SAINT FRANCIS,
t'apt. T. R. Bowmm. .Ham C. Paine, Clerk
l'n.L leave M.. il pels for HEI JTa,
' . ; li.---,
rRANCIS SrVKRa i.-..ry TL'ESDAY. 3 5
o'clock n. m.
LARvY HAP-MSTAD. Agent.
r,r!l I.tl-ion t-eet
BARGE FOR SALE.
FOR SAIiE.
THE A M. I MB EL BARGE,
140 Fcei Long, 24 FcEt Betsi, 4 Feet Hold.
TN tlsaawjl repslr decked last summer.
1 The above ir - will W -otdrheap. Aopty
p. RIttI D W. UUlITBfRNK,
dell 4 .leitersoa street.
FOR FORKED DEER RIVER.
For If ii!r',M Point, Key t.rner. Dyt-rsburs,
aud all luiermeilmt1 Uantilugs.
The spleaill-l shle-whwl pxvenger packet
SALL " v. -.-r-IS
W. K .Miller. ma.strr j W. It. Parker, clerk.
Wiil loave as auo-e,
EVERY THURSDAY. AT 5 P.M.
For !rel?ht or paMttr? apPTy on board. de9
FOK FKIAR'8 POiHT.
DAIIiY IiINB.
Bltimphis to Friar's PI., Heieai anil Bcctls.
CH. AMllESSON, - - Jas. Lee. naster
; Lenves irmphls Moxpats, Wsonbsoays,
i and Fridays.
! GEO. W. CHcES. - do. Malone. master
I : v . j, Dapals Tttsdays, Tui KSDATs, and
; Saturday. :lt t o'i'lock p.m.
am
.
1. n i 1 1 mr - roiui every any at o lr-k
dert
Friar's Point, Heibr.a and Bends
Packet.
tJ. ANDERSON, . Jscies Lee, Master.
a?r -ave Memplil. commenolna JJ jvem-
! ber21at:
; Mondays, Wt-duesduys and Fridays,
A' I o'clock p.m.
! a- No freight received after 1 p.m.
Leave
iajjn aud da
lays, Thnrs- ;
k.tn. nod
Rag
v. a
:inl-
t'l.iiii 11 . ....
The favorite pa.
DES ARC,
a "
M:
lD
id to -rry the V
y on tier rei.-ialn-
int.
non
LI.LIOIT A vilLLKK. Mamphli
FOR MOUND CITY.
For Arkansas and Texas.
AVELERS OR EMIGTtAJrTB (Oil
.:lutn.i. "r lexaashoold cross toe
- Clieek master
&JC i-' sir miles of land
t matui lour trip dally.
r trip d
aUaiia.
Far nn-kaif tka: af taiur li
-U. S. teail LSne.Sc ! THe
Winter Aci'ari gomont an(t Bi
P'lRTflE PttKMKN'T ASM l)TTRIf o THE j 2?JI
r cxistitt -.t 'i w-ilirtntlie ArkiDM f vn.i
river, the Ver.iDlna and Arkansas River '!
Marsb Mii.'er, Master.
Business !
& SON
STEAK30AT3.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Memphis and Arkansas Riyer Packet
Company.
WHITE RIVER LINE !
FOR the present, and ontll farther not I r.
all tbe boats of this 11dm in WHITK
RIVEIt are withdrawn, except lue elegant
aide-wheel steamer,
Bfatoma Aaaroan, Master
Will leave Memphis every Friday,
f'onnecting with the Railrond fr i.rrTtjt
Rock, anu at J AcatsrorroaT. with the new and
eleiiaiit light-draft steamer
SAtoejvillo
..Coles. Mafter
For Pocahontas. RatMvlil, ami all Interme
iliale points.
aa- The Natoma will run In VM Point on
Little Red River.
aa For Freight or Paspnje only on b "ard,
oral the I'nuirativ'j urfl-, sianttm bl j'-k.
' 30. ataotson sr.. Metupi-Ls.
J0:-!X 0. ADAMS. Presided.
j WM. H. KESitKDAY, Agent. no
Speed, Safety d Cam.irt Elliott Lisa.
Memphl A wTtlte River Indepefi.lent Packet
For Helena. Friar's Point, IJevall' BlofT.
Utile Kock. Hot Hpi.iw- s. iry. I mi
j LFOA'lEXDKR .."hn d. Smmmm
C??Z2-70H TO KCN3PCLY.
am
tUl Uaa
scU
rery
, to m -tit
Coaaalara fre
on. 1
oli 3-
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Keguiar Wednesday Packet, for Viek3barg,
Natchez and New Orieans.
Magnificent Low-t'ressare steamer
.-S-G-'eat Republic
V. B. fKinaldson rriastvr.
Will leave as above, Wsn-tisnAr, Hcm
i tier hit, at 5 o'clock n.nx., and every alter-it
W luesday therc.it;. .
rnr an reiiuoie in tormaiion, apply at ttie
General Passenz.-r lv-piirttnent. No. 1 Prome
nade, loot of Jefler,n str--t. Pi -sriir- rs
procuring ticket-, at Ihi oRIi-e s-'-ur" -Koiims.
8.H.HHOCK,
D'i-7 J Agaaa.
Regular Memphis and New triMM Packet.
MAGENTA J. F. Hicks, master
John S. Salllvan. CmwHL
The only Mcmphi; and New Hr-
leans pa. ket. Leave-, Meuiptiis
HS fillinw-t
Wvine lav
Wednesday
H'cliusday,
vim-cay r::
LAKltV HAK
ocZJ ELLIUTT t
(k toiler "th.
R3gular Memphis and New Orleans
Packst.
FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BcNOS
1 The large and magnificent passenger steamer
GREAT REPUBLIC,
i W.B.DonaItlflnn. master 1 J.H.Atkliison, cleric
WILL LlAYK AH ABOVX
WEDNESDAY.December 1st, at 5 p.m
And every alternate Wednesday thereafter.
For freight or passage apply on board or lo
LEVY & BOBBINS. Agents.
16 Jeffessan Street
LARRY HARMS t AO. Agent,
no23 12 Hadtsin Street.
FREIGHT & TICKET AGENCY
Freight & Ticket Office
-7- OF TilS
NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS
AMD -
RED RIVER STEAMERS.
Through 3ii!s Lading far Freight
Given to Ai! Point3.
Ttrnor in Tickets sold to xxt ranrr
oy MlSS, -f.'l 1 iCl KSi Hi ver.
W Tr-kvet rs secure Reserve,! State
y purctisstr.B tnetr ticitets at txils
sw Infbrmp.ticQ concerning rht, etc,
theerfally Kiven.
BICH D W. LiGHTBUBNE. Ges I ftneat,
1 U!fmran ;ref.
KOUN'S THROUGH LINE.
Regular allcrnate Wedcesdar Memphis ami
New Orleans Faakat-
For New Orleans. Red River, and a!! Bend
UMljk
The mtamlflcent low presanre
eoniiensir. rasseuger raeaas.
G. L. Koon master, I Jan. Kerr, Jr., el.-rk,
L:ivt Mentu'iis
WE0NES3AY, Dec. 13th, 5 p a.
wEBNESOAY, Dec. 29th, 5 p.n.
Leave New Orleans Alternate Wettaevtavsv.
lliri nail receipts by
LE"Y ROBBrNH.
K. W. LIUli TBt KNE,
Q. Ii MM BRO., rroprtears,ra
dectl tiew Orleans.
NOTICE.
OJtct JTowu' Line Red Riier
Nrw i itt :.e in -. La., Nc
SH. SHOCK Hour only a a tho
. to sell tirkets over onr Una (
at il, mpnts. Tennessee.
teaiuers.
O. L. KOUNS BRO.
Xotioe.
General Ticket Offlce of the M. and C R. R.
Mkhphis, Trx.s., Nov. ai, laag.
O H. SHOCK la onr only antaortz d rwent
i5 . to redeem our Emigrant Ui-kets Ixmn-J
Sooth, and none others need present ticketa
at thia oflliM. A. A. BARN EH,
aufi Oaa'l TtcJtei i4.i.
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