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THLte SUNDAY MORNING APPEAL - JANUAEY 2. &7G
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A GIRL'S A GIRL FOR A' THAT.
Is there i irnly In the land
Inn! i ..i .st tier rank and a' (hut
Wlui fe-orntal eve wr s r by,
Viiil litllr ca.r for a' that:
Foi Nature's --harm shall bear the palm
A girl' a gli 1 fur a' that.
look with items she deck
aud a' that.
Xmp and pride;
with a' that,
rts no such part
a' IhaL
The- nobly Ixi to may
ay proudly
a' that;
acorn
r !irir ar:io.
(Than haughty looks aud a' that;
bonnie rusld needs no aoch aid
A girl's a girl for a' that.
I no let us trust that eome It most,
An,t su e it will lor a that.
If hen faith and love, all arts above,
Oha 1 risii supreme and a' Ibst,
aid every youth confess Hie truth
A gin's a girl lor .. that.
Once a Heft.
MR. NOBODY.
I Vdht afunm
At unlet as a
Who dos tb. n
In evr I
IW no... o
Aud yet ire ..
Th tcve.- pi .1
man.
Iile'f that is done
ouse.
- see his face,
c break, was cracked
By Mr
. a- oou-oe.
'Tls be
I. i.t slwnys tears our books,
ive our door- ajar;
the butons from our shirts,
alters ums afar.
Tko leai
Be pulls I
Ami scat!
Th t squ-a
Kor. pi ltl
We 1. v. t
By Mr. N
door will always squeak
u l you see,
lug to be dona
The finger mark
By none ol us
upon the doors,
e made;
i blinds nncksied.
We nev. r km- the blinds
To lot the curtaius lade;
The ink we never spill ; tt
hoot
That lng around you -Are
not our Ik ts ! 1 hey all lielong
To Mr. o-bod-ee.
PERE HYACINTHE.
Two Reasons for bis Visit to the United States
During the summer of 1S0T. a Bos
I ton gentleman, together with hi- wile
and widowed sister, were ia l'aris
Of course they, among the MeatM
wonders of the French capital, wvni
to hear Pere Hyacinthe. The w idow,
who is young, has but one child, anrt
is quite wealthy, lell in love with the
pete. Finally "meetings were brought
about, at which she expres-ed so much
joy that the feeling beet me inuiu.-.l
Although the Carmelite had begun to
express biunself freely in public n-gard-ing
religious matters, he did not go
Car enough to suit his female adorer,
who had more extended views, both
religious and political, regarding mat
ters in a monarchical country, where
church and state are closely allied.
Under the tutelage ot the Boston lady
the priest l-canie more aud mere out
spoken in his views, and finally events
culminated in hi retirement from his
monastic orders, and it was suppo-ed
he ttad gone to Fassy to keep qu.ei.
It was not known tor some time in
rauce that he kad gone to America;
but he, as everybody now knows,
came here, and, alter remain. ng in
this city Mime weeks, so as to get rid
ol all taint of suspicion, went to Bos
ton, where he met the lady who had
drawn him hither. It is with the in
teiiliou ot sluing private affairs in
France that he returned; but before
lone;, as tin i.- u hinted, he will re
turn to America and probably remain
here and marry tiie lady who ha
dmwn him away from latherlaud auu
and no liner church.
Another account says: "it is now An Irish Way of bilei.c.nQ a Goose.
said in.it the sliortiiess of Father ;
Hy acymheV say in this country was I
ouing to a very prosaic, but never ' The day after Christmas an Irish
stfcfeM imperative naaua. It iras I MM m New York was arrested lor
Biuipiy that he brought but 2,lJ0 j stealing a goose. He was conveyed
ii.u, - ;, money with him. aud that teiore Juiice Dodge, at Jefferson
being spt nt, he had to go back to his Market Police Court, ho interrogated
friend-. Fortunately lor him, the i '"m as to how he could I guilty of
Drourietors of the Fifth Avenue Ho- i such a heinous offense, when Mike.
tel geuerou-dy made him no charge
for his iMianj, or he couid not have
Btajtsl w an a so Icn as he did; and
though hew.iuld acivpt no pay from
the rreocfa Benevolent Society lor the
lec'.urc he leiivcrd iu thvir behalf, he
Was turceti to allow them to pay his
Damage to Havre. These facts are
liighly creditable to the reverend
father, as showing that his cuuduct
has not btvii governed by nien-euary
motives. II he had so chosen, he
illicit have made any amount of
money by exhibiting himself as. a
lecturer, but that was not his purpose
in visaing the country, in this re
spect he ortVrs a pleasing contrast to 1
many of the political, literary, and
religious Boiaoinues wno come 10 our
shores lroiu Europe."
The Case of Will.am B. Reed.
The New York .Sun tells the foilow
inu in rciraid to m. H. Reed, ex-
Minister to China, who has
het?n
equally prominent as a Democratic
politi "ian, and as a leading member of
Fhiladelioa society. lie was re- j
ported to be rich, and was the graud-
son ol Jo-eph Reed, Adjuiaut-Cieiieral I
ol the Revolutionary forces. A few !
weeks ago. Ihe sheriff of Philadelphia
announced that he would ell all Mr.
Reed's valuable personal property to
sat is. .s a judgment obtained by Charles !
fotter, oi ly.MKIi.ii, .ugianIt lot fJ,
265. Mr. t-ed had written Omleder
ate svrnathiziug letters to the Lon
don Tuiiet, during the late war. and
thus seemed U Mr. l'otler a suitable
person to intrust with money, which
fte wished to invest in this country.
Not sati-t vith Mr. Reed's di-osi-iion
ot lunds what was done
With tluVti diH not appear- lie sued
his agent, and the money not being
forthcoming,
tneesecuti.n tullov.fd.
which lelt Mr. Heed a o. -ar. It is
alleged by a New York paper that he
detmuded two aunts ol the money
thev had intiusted to him; also Mr.
X A. Welsh, owner of Flora Temple,
1 Who lent hiru t.UUOou a mortgage
Upon property already mortgaged,
Mr. IS- iijamin Unlloi-k, a Philadelphia
ooitoii broker, likewise lent him (3000,
which he j- nut likely to get back, and
many other jiersoiis are saidto be stil-ferer-
iu the -anie way. lie was made
ex-President liuchanan's literary es
ecutor, and iK"JU was b-queathed to
his wife lor his anticipated services.
Ah Mrs. Reed is now dead, this sum
has fallen into his hands. Mr. Reed
has disappeared, and it is not known
where he now is.
Murder by Wholesale.
The Phild-lhi of the 24th,
fr.i- Fo"tIsUii, Pa., a terrible stiry I
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! il if. s ul ine muru ui
four wiuen i umu um
th-iue time, not at one butchery,
like lhat )l i'rotwt, r the murder of
UM?
pelKhlal laiiiuv, near in k-
iut U 'Ur successive period' ;
A : . . hutu ..... . i'lii-
rs e'"fc . . . .
has tet'l ile iareu inanu oy ine
lawn ot his country, nf nas sanenii
l,r none of these terrible crones. ;
Vday a dispatch anpeunil It the
Mien, dated- Chicago, December 21,
Jnir f,,ri!i that J.hn link man, liv- ;
liTJtear ( l.an.ilerville, HI-, ha.l inur-
llere.
F hi wife on yunrtay nJit by I
Jt&jtMtting her throat.
It closed ith the
Fjnls :
This i- the Hecond wife
EJtskiiian h i- killed, lie waa aii-iuu-
UriTof tin- Qrl uiunleron the plea of
insanity." We shall take exactly the
jfOTtte of our corresipondent at Pott
toan. They come wiitten beneath
the dUpatch quoted above, which the
writer has clipped trom the tre: " It
may
mart
be added tiiat tin- i- ine iourm j
ler. A Mrs. Brownback, many j
i atro. and a Miss Hannah Shon-
Iren a few years since, both of Chester
count v, alter which he lelt for the
West, where he murdered wile No.
Our al vices from Illinois fail to I
Hell us whether the aia.-isiii has leen
rested lor his last munier. it in
ne, it Ls clearly more than wrong
t uch a nena snouiu oe aiiowen
berty
VF.K SrVLNTY MlLKe FttuM
kiao. We were shown, this mra-
fcpw.tiK'ti ol silver ore tHk n
the Rote Claire mines, locattU
Uidiu county, atiout seventy
m from t uiro. By eojnparLson it
found to be equally as ru-h as the
taken front the famous Conatuck
in Nevada, and is said to assay
prtioUJ metal at the rate of
i
i ii 3a00 per ton. ile this as it may,
there is no doulit of the ex-
I ing abuntlHtice. Messrs. Colby A Co.,
I of-Nil", Michigan gentlemen of
! unlimiti-d mean have come into
I pusev-ioii of the mines, and contem
I plate the irumt-diate outlay of Wi,OUO
lo-frWVHXMn theereftion ol such ma
chinery as may be thought nece-oiry
to lnure eucceteful ojierations. Cairo
Bulletin, T,th.
The Fate of a Cawnpore Captive.
A Canada paper says: "A report
come to from India that one i the
captives taken at Cawnpore, during
the Si-iiroy war, still survive. When
Gen. Wheeler and one of his two
young and beautiful daughters wen
M a -red, the other young lady, a
girl of eighteen or niueteen years el
age, disappeared, having been carried
up the country by her special captor.
However, before long her friends
were relieved from the suspense
whi. h war-caused by an uncertainty
as to her fate, by the arrival of an au
thenticated story. It was asserted
that Miss Wheeler, after having
-taMx-d her master, his wife and three
children, had flung herself down a
well and pat period to her own ex
istence. There was no reason to
doulPlhe story, and it ha Ixs-n be
lieved to the present time. We now
discover that the story was a fabrica
tion from first to last, and that tie
poor young lady has survived to ihis
day as a slave, under a Moh iinmediiii
name, in the family ol her master,
who escaped hanging by the aiiim .-ty
An Indian civil servant, while en
camped near a vil'age up the country,
on one of his official tours, received
private intelligence that Miss Wheeler
was the iumate of the harem ot a pet
ty prince of Kajah. This gentleman,
;i Mr. C , wrote a letter to Miss
Wheeler, offering to procure her re
lease from her slavery, and her resto
ration to her home and friends. But
the unfortunate iadv replied to him
that, having ly-en so long in her pres
ent position, she felt too degraded to
return to her friends, and wished
them to consider her as one dead. It
app -ars that she has borne children to
her husband "
This story is not true. Both
daughters of Gen. Wheeler threw
themselves from a high window and
were killed preferring dath before
the fate that would follow their cap
ture. Appeal.
Heavy on the Stowe.
Mrs. Stowe has again postponed the
j publication ol her book, proving By
I ron to be a monster; ami she will
: probably tostpone it still further
I w hen she reads the oration which
! Ilev. George Giltillan has heea deliv
! t-ring in Scotland on the subj.-ct. He
I says that the advertised book " will
only perp'tuHte along with the
I iiia-sted memory of its subject, her ul
i iraneous, officious, unwomanly, uu
I enviable share in the miserable task,
and send her name down to posterity
dsasort ot volunteer moral Mr. C.l-
craft, or it-male, executioner to a unm
whom, with all his laults, I pro
nounce iueftabiy greater and nobler
ihan her mmH, aactiaMMiuw, bui
viuerou-, Yankee Beif."
with tears in hiseys, exclaimed, ia a
lone loud enough to be heard to
Mocks olf: " ell, yer worship, you
-fe 1 MM going up Seventh avenue
last night, when the mean, dirthy
goose kept tollouing me, tuakiug one
of tht mot undacent noises j. ever
heard, and to put an end to his clatter
1 flopped hiui under me coat and was
going wid him to the stationhouse,
when that man there seized me."
STOKES.
How he Talk for the State Convention he
no Ueaounces.
The Nashville Union and American
sa.vs: It has btfii the policy oi Stokes
and hW Iriends i deutititico the Con-
-tiiutional UaiMltaM usurpation
and without tiie authority ol law. j
Mr. Slokea M-euis to lorgft tht tiui ;
convention hi gotten up tin preei.--ly
the ohm -uffe-iled tv hinwlf. mid to i
I...-,. hf uu, .. . 7 ... j in m nnrnlwr nl
neehea iu viuious iiart-i of tiie Stale, j
W e have Oeiore u- hi- Rpeeea iu .Mem
phitt on ihe 17th t July, iu which he
said ol Governor Sonicr:
Lie talks ahout vaiiiufr a conven
tion to remove thediiahilitiesol it,..-e
who are disirauchis'd. He a-ked ine
il I was in lavor of a oouveiition. I
-ajj yes,
jn tne
because I was the tirst man
Slate tm -iMike out for a con
vention, l let ihetu alter and modify
the fraacMM law."
"I said in Knoxville that 1
prop'setl, and it el. vied Uovernor I
would reccoiuniend 111 my hrst mes-
sagr to the Liiftl.'tturv, to call a con
I veutiou at once, lo alter and amend
; the franchise law, and hy the rirst ol
January, l7n, comtneuee the work of
restoration."
Till- DTdri ' ... m. . -t r'l.. Vta l r. . i . i . . i. I
..n . P ,k h ,iiJ.w.,-..wi
that a convention was a popular move
ment. Now w hat are we to think of
the sincerity of this mtn hen he
talks ahout "frauds and Hot of
the constitution?" Here the , ple
will see that the convention ha y-a
ijotten up in accordance with the
(ledges he made when pleadiii); with
them lor their votes. After this ex
tosure, the people of Tennessee at
lst will no1 b- surprised to learn
that he is -till " hankering after the
fleh-pot," and is vMkag to (jet con
trol of the State upon any condition.
AMUSEMENTS.
MEMPHIS T HEATER.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALI 4ATf RT)AY
NO-N.jHnury lt Tue le"rated o.m
dun. Mr. J -KHH Jr.Kr KKNUV L.vsT
itif A AlNKUK M s 1 IN KK. l).oilop.c
mi loclock; t.riu.Uiu-et; io ct.mfiit t.c.- Kl 1
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j . ffw-uu a nut ,' i.. :.iutc au Kit VAX
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uikt Kvt-nmu. J inOMty j-i-r ugmti'meiii.
lur dr in a. . v...i lur &m w' cirt--
of Uu pie:ut dr, u f tmwmt h.
win t p-..i ' Lmiu, ' uvi .jihI iv ii,
uui. JUJ lulellH-d .I'loi.Mi 1.. .Mis ol.um
ASSEMBLY HALL,
Main ft., btwvn Oayw and Beal,
OPENS MONDAY NiGHT, JAN. 3d.
AND MM TIIK WEEK.
Weak M.TilirEi Wslnlay and Satur
as a: 3 i.'i-nck i.ni fr iiie acoon.niod .tlon
of ian a:, I satilMi'.h Si-tiooN, tiu cuU-
drn will be admitted tor 15 ul; i.du.U, H
oeuta.
lb- ijiim -ubltme and Imposing kwtale
ot modern Vluie' Tbe oriatuai aud only
Londoti Miltceiaa Tableaux of
PAIIADISE LOST!
The O'eat Rebellion in Heaven !-The War of
the AagaAal The Fall of Satan and
the Fall of Man!
HEAVEN, HELL, CHAOS AND PARADISE I
Ailmlasion. 50 cents
iw,-rveil seiU. 75 o-nta.
eommt uce at 7i .-,'.M-t
children, ii cent;
Ikjora opi-u at T;
acM ' li. A. THOMAS, Agent.
Henry Farmer's Grand Concert
For the BeueCt of the
Oliurch Home
AT ASSEMBLY HALL,
Thursday Evening. January 6 1870
aurTi k. 's. l: rhlHren 5" cent". Ioors
ope 1 1 at o e
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luitii. r notk-
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INSANE ASYLUM.
.'IN' KN" s lNSTlTfTICN FOR Tilt
HAKE, si. Louu Mo. This lunlitutlon
.uude4 hy the sUtr'a ol t'hanty, Au
(j, 1S5S. It Is private ami ttrsi elaai. iu
rsueiuenu and a.-ooniwiKlatiou. In
i.tlenu of both aezea and ol all de
nomination are received, alau thime addicted
to taking opium oj other itlmuLauia to ex
ci - and deaire to correct. For tenua, elc
I spdIt to lr. J. K. KA U VV at th 8IBTKB
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REVOLUTION!
REVOLUTION!
Immense Sacrifice!
YOUR CHOICE FOR $1
In order to make room for a
Fresh Importation !
We will sell,
UNTIL JANUARY 10, '70
Any Article in our
ENTIRE STOCK
REGARDLESS OF COST,
For $1 00
Comprising our
$2, $3 & $5 GOODS
COME EARLY!
TO AVOID THE RUSH.
Revolution Dollar Store
213 MAIN STREET.
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Extraordinary
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Special Reduction
OF FINE
DRY GOODS
SILKS &CL0AKS
ron.
Christmas Presents
Menken Bros.
AT A BARGAIN,
English Poplin Dress Pattern,
For $2 oo.
French Poplin Dress Pattern,
For $3 CO.
Silk Epingeline Poplin, per yard.
$1 00.
Black Gros Grain Silk, per yard,
$l 75.
AT A SACRIFICE,
Evening Silks. Spangled Tarle
tans and Robes,
CLOAKS! CLOAKS! CLOAKS!
BARGAINS IN FURS,
Comp'ete Water Mink Set for $5,
Complete Biack Coney Set for $4.
Chlldrens' Ermine Sets for $4 50
Genuine Mink Sable Sets for $25.
Ladies' Ready-made Walking Suits
from $10 upwards.
Menken Brothers
263 Main, Corner of Court.
delft w
HALL'S
VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIK
PERSONS
WHO ARE BRAY
Cn have their Hair Ketwored to Its natural
color, and if 't haa fallen mi: . create a new
f rowtb. by tta use
It lathe beat HAIR DRESSING In tb world'
mnklns I If- leas, atliT, brash) hair, healthy
i and gloasy.
Pric II uu. I'm aaj br all rtrimisU.
K. P. HAUL CO..
KM, U.K., fprwwam.
AUCTION.
METROPOLITAN POLICE SALE
Of Unreclaimed Goads,
BT A M. HTOIin.l'T) A CO. MONDAY,
lanunry 3d, U o'clock.
j2 A. II. ai.iDnAlll), .Auctioneer.
EXCLUSIVE & PEREMPTORY SALE
OF VALUABLE
FORT PICKERING PROPERTY.
a w invite p-fi'i' aitentton to tU 1m
p M(nt HM'f refer ! Ui iu UM unnexeii no
Tnlt In -nme of the brt located j-roo-rty
In th-( parti-n ol -tie city, b- inn on the
.-ni f I bum itllfiK leading in and ul ol the
on the Muuth :
CHANCERY SALE
OS
WEDNESDAY, January 5, 1870.
So. O. R hncery Court of Meraphia
Y virtue or an oiterlooutory decree in thlr-
. cauoe, I will Kelt, a.1 piiiLic auctlo'., to Hie
nigluKi bidder, in the town of oft Pickering
-u Wm .NtaoAV, Itet-eiuoer 15, lUbu. within le
- -1 oours, the loilowlng described ileal Jntate
(.wit;
Tiie south half of Block No i In that part
.i the city of Meinpliift called Fort Pickering.
ti.dtluK between Fiitn street on the
nd rotrlb street on the wet-t. and --holROL
tt rcH uu toe uouth, and the tirt alley eaat oi
jhfUtjn ft i reel on the north, fronting iirt.' feel
iBch i OB Fifth street and 4UU ieet on Ohol
on ntreet.
i r.;M of 'au . .-.- to the amount of the
lecree herein andcutt; balance on a credit
i twelve inonlna iuity of redemption
arred.
In case the above sale ahull fall to bring tht
mount of the decree herein and co-u, then
iud in that event the north half of said
Iftogfc Hail will beftold, in lota or uu iiv:
in; aale lo coutlnuu until the amount
cAjuiMite to aatlsiy tte decree herein and
tmi. In t'AH, is yielded.
Terms of taieoi north half of Block No oft
tue-hai; cah: balance on a credit ot twelve
uoniha, bquitv ot redemption barred.
uoZ A. AlvsTUN. C. and M.
R0YSTER, TREZtVANT & CO
jal Annioneera
BY 12GTTLIEB & EZEKItL
Auctioneers, Cor. Second and Adams Sts.
SALES THIS WEEK :
MONDAY Dry Goods, Clothing,
Hats, Notions, etc.
V HDNESDAY Piece Goods, Furs,
Hosiery, Fancy Goods, etc.
FRIDAY Furnishing Goods, Do
mestic, Sundries, etc.
de!9 A. S. R0GERS0N. Auctioneer.
DRY GOODS. NOTIONS, BOOTS,
SHOES. CUTLERY, Etc.,
AT AUCTION,
MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 3d
4T 7 O'CLOCK,
avmiOn KESERVE. -W
GOTTLIEB 4 EZEKIEL Auctioneers.
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jal Cor. Second and Adams Ste.
SALE OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Silver and Plated Ware
A. 3T jL TE WEIjIIT.
Daily Sales at 10 o'clock in the Mcrning anr
7 o'clock in the Evening,
From n Rp'endiil ti-w afocfe of kocmI in th.
alwve liiie. from tli- j wtlry ltat-
iitimcni ol
C. J. TYLER & CO.
B AM en"ds wrrantet of the quality rep-
vajas)sjAaj4, ov mony returut-U. dei
i'.o VsTt-K. 1 MM I Hh B I CO.,
Auctioneer.
Peremp'ory Public Sale of City and
Suburban Lots. Tuesday Jan
uary 4th at 3 o'clock p.m.
Ol lloY-TKK. THKZKVAXT CO. Al'C-
TtoN KLItsi m i li. lr S;iloriM.ui. Xorth-
. ' - rot' Vain and .lehVrson si reels.
Lot- on in- uu: ide east houn-lnry line of the
1'iiy.im Hrinkl. y avenue, ..t ihecorneror the
. rst-lr-et noi t . of rot'l .r street, connectina:
Uiiiikeynv nne and 'a!dra:i aveane, era
bnMftits ali the space between the onjtrtv of
Mr M.-ri Iw.atlier an 1 I'.rinkley avenue. I
.so:ntnij nut peremptory oiuers frooj the
ow n i brings tiiis pioperty now n te mar
k t at public -ale, us we are we.l satisfied that
.ln-uaiilMil f..r tw.nty-nve pei cent, more
next -jiiliiK and summer. Tne Iota wit. be
put up In forty feet fronts with, privilege ol
uiot e or less terms cash.
try Lots J.jO feel of the west end of that
magniuc. nt pr. peit... more admired, we be
ll, v than un otoer vacant giouud In the
dl. fonni 'ly own d by F. W . smith E-n
on t e noitii ilae of Vance street, east of
Liiudt rda.e, enclosed With a brick wall.
This propei tJF will b sold In lots o I flfly feet,
witii pr-. ileae of more or less. Terms llall
c .sh; o.ilu.nce in six and . welve months with
Interest. Al-o loin 3 a d J4 In block ib. In
the VI:-at n sub-iivislon. on the north bide
of Linden, es o. or Rang streeL Tbls prop
erty : otleieJ wit i..ut :.ry cask payment, on
a cieittt of one. UCU. Ihree und four yeais,
wan iulejocit on bond su I security, uitu lien
n the property, t his pr-.oei ty is put up ia
br told, M biudc 3 may govern Lheaisives
accoidingiy. The sale is railed at oiirsales
ik.hu to guard iigainst unl vorftble w -i.tlier
p.a ties interest d Is ing expected to examine
iheprope ly lielore tne sale hour. L'ntil sale
d..y prtva.e bids will be con ldered.
KoVsTfciK, TKLZLVAST OOl
de29 Auctioneers.
7b .and Ewers ( hw Tfwustmd Aws Rrxi
ifeHfce. Harden and Farm Lndx. uithin flit
.utie ii .ucupnijt. m rtrr- n:pivry moiu: gate.
II
ivVlNU deiermii.e.l to dispose of mv
nlantnlioi . knns n sh " The Viiliurr." I
siturft. d on ihe Uernando r..ail and the
waters of Nonconn .u, 0e miles south of
Memphis. 1 L.kr Oils inethiH! of uoliiying
Hie laud-buying publ c that this valuable
propel ty. inula nii.g upwaidaot a thousand
.4Te, a' d einbiscmg ev,-ry variety of up
iniid a .d valluv. Held. me.. .low and wood
land, will be aubdividist and sold, to the
highest bid ler, th'ouu Messrs. Koysi. r,
Tixevniit A I o., ui-tlon--ers, at their sales
room, In the city of Memphis, at the corner
of Mam and J.-rl.-ison streets, on Wednes
day, th Wtm Day of Ja.nubt, M.0. A map
exnibi' lng t' e subdivision miuu'ely and a--lur.ttel,
will be iound at the office of the
auciloneers. Private bids will "e e itertalued
tag ny portion or all of the tract until the
Jay oi ile. P- Mia. wishing to examine the
.amis wil i a vl. w to ou lug, will imv.i every
I I clllty onVreil 101 so doing, by application to
i the auctioneers, or to me at my residence. 1
dem it supeifluous iu represent tb-- great
I due of mis good l.md. l.'.ng wtihin tins
disianceoi SMt a city eg Mempnls, mith-r
han o say that, by Judicious management.
tb will yield a s.ner and larger pr . fit on
t'.e investment th..n anything . Is.-in will h
i np.tal cm lie i mi-liiyt i. 1 hope an active
competition among buyers will, as far as
I pos-tble. compensa a me for the necessity of
; parting with such deslr .ble property Terms
f Hale Halt cash, bs lance on time adding
' iu'er. st. F.U'UAKDI. PKH.SXIN.
Koyst t, Tr levant dt Co., Auct oneers. Ue"8
MISCELLANEOUS.
Oottou Laad. for Sale.
VBOI' i o(l acre ui the rlchefct cotton laud
of Chicot wum , Ark-, the Qei-t cotton
refttsjB) in ti e woii.l; It la high t.-n.k laud;
..riucrly Behe Pi nl. one of the Orsl ne
letloM nn Uie river; 1UU acres c ..... .1. taJ-
tn.-e limtH r. readi.y aajMktv hh wood or luiu
Sar j leveeil fronting ou the rlvei , and encir
:ed by a h autlful lake: it has the great ad
vantage or lndei'eu.leiioe oi tbelcveeeof the
main mi or.- and can be made a most aeenre
.ii.i i.4-huu:u. douiHin. Valu.'l. rn-fore the
ar, at ilai.OUU; It la now i tu low that
'' t:
ot a aingle ail crop Will pay for It.
..y li- J .tiimr . iH u it will be
Vasil on lavorHhle term. Ai.plv to
isf JOHN T. DOWUALL. St. Louia, Mo.
$500 REWARD.
t-IERKs,li,N r x ellencv. Powell Clay
v ton, Uorecnor of' Arkausua. haviniroiS
cla ly olfei ed rew:ir t of i'wo Huudr" d Dol
lars ior ik aSreal ami imo.'o'ioii o: Jaxsh a.
DAVia. who Tuurdeied my hasTuind, Aumistus
I.. Wither Hk.lon. at M'ro LanUuK. o i ili
1 uacbita i ier. A' k o? i "J7iij day o:
March, lawt: .vow, ther. lore, b It knowt, thai
I h reby oil. r au additional (ewaid ol Three
iluud ed Ix.ll.tur th'e'arreat and aafl con
it i , . niut of ine aald Jatn'ea A. Davis lit any
pi l-ou In the United Males, or iu the Jerrl-torle-
tbereof. where heoan bepr'K'Uretl uioq
j h r- qulsltlon "m ill-Governor i:,U.oile.
Addreaa, Mks. M K Wn'iltRlSiTu.S,
I anark, Bradley oouuty. Atk.
November 1, lbl.
Tbscription Said Jamea A. Davis is about
firtv years of ue, about o feet 10 inches la
tilKlit", Uilr and beard gray; haa iost y, por
tion of his Iront teeth: sharp ieature and
uonip'exlon browned by exposure to the
wi-aili'-i ; I an inveterate smoker' rather
slow of speech; generally goes armed with a
uavy-alx shooter or a nue; was a resident of
California some years stnoa, and la supposed
to ie now somewhere In that state. He ia
ajnillarly kiiown among hi. acquaintance
as" Mm Kavls deli
ELECTION NOTICE!
FROM the large numberof voters registered
in 'he feveuth Ward, It is apparent that
it will be necessary to open 'wo places of
voting in that ward at the approaching mu
nicipal election. The coi ner of Linden and
Causey, and the coiner of Beal and DeSolo
stres-ta are hereby deslgnUed as such vol log
places, and the following named person are
sppoin ted Judges of election at the po.lsto
tie opened at ind corner of Beal auU iMciolo
street, to-wit:
Iieputy i oiumlssloner, J. K. harpe: Judgos,
John S Kerr. Jerry Feeiy and G. w. K Cook;
Clerks, K. oater aiid lauie H. Puidy.
JOHN P. BOUGH XER,
deJI Veu'r ut RegJatr'n tax akif .,lf .
STEAMBOATS.
FOR FRIAR'S POINT.
DAILY LIN33.
Memphis to Friar's Pt., Helena and Bend3.
PACKETS aMdafilB
GEN. ANDERSON, - Jas. Lee, master
leaves Memphis Mondays, WkdxkSdayh,
and Fridays.
GEO. W. CHEEK, - Geo. Malone, master
UnvM Meiiiphl.i Tuesdayh. iHUKSDAYa, and
HATt'RPAYS. at 4 o'clo. k p.m.
Leave Klar's Point everyday al!to!ork
H m ,leol
FOR. NEW ORLEANS.
Regular Memphis and New Orleans Fackf
MAGENTA J. F. Hicks, master
John a Sullivan. Clerk.
The only Memphis and Sew Or- JFJ" t
lfu pHckeL Leaves MempblbfiSQBBL
aa follows:
Wednesday , ,, January 5th
weduewlay Jaiiuurv tut li
A'edneaday, February il
Wednesday February lot!
i.A KRY II A U.MsTaIi A CO.,
deSI ELLIOTT A MILLER, Agents.
Regular Wednesday Packet, for Vicksiiurg
Natchez and New Orleans.
MaenlSeent Low-Preasnre Hteamer
Great aELojoixlllo,
W. R Iloraldson.- master.
Will leave as above, WednebdaY, lecem
her Islr at 5 o'clock p.m., and every alternate
Wednesday thereafter.
For al reliable Information, apply at the
General Pah.-eu4-r Department. No. I Prome
nade, toot of Jefleron street. Passenger
r(nrlng tickets at this office secure tstatc
Kooma. 8. H. HUOCK.
no-T Ticket AKnt. '
Regular Memphis and New Orleans
Packet.
FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BENDS
The I arse and magnificent passenger steamer
GREAT REPUBLIC,
W.B.Donaldson. master , J.H.Atkmson, clerk
WILL LEAVE AS ABOVE
WEDNESDAY. December 1st, at 5 p m
.nd every alternate Wednesday thereafter.
For freight or passage apply on board or tu
LEVY & H0BBINS. Agnts.
16 Jeffansor. Street.
LARRY HARMS' AD, Agent,
no23 12 Madison Street.
FOR WHITE RIVER.
Speed, Safety and Comfort- -Elliott Line
Mempbls A Wb!t River IniletwiKlent Packet
For Helens. Friar's Point, Devsil's Bluff,
Little Bock. Hot Springs, Sean-,Des
Arc. Auatista and Jackson port.
LEGAL TENliER. John D. Elliott, mm-:
This Drt-class siie-whet ! pas
nzpr steamer will leave as n Nive ji
EVERY TUESDAY . at oclock p.m.
I'onnects with stenmer Moille Units for all
ooints od t'Dper White and Black rivers.
ELLIOTT MILLER, Agents,
Promenade and Jefferson ttts.. op p. Landing.
HUgll
I.
ni n DC! I A C I C ''
-g DAVIS sZi
UNITE0 STATES MAIL LINE
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY.
rHE splendid Klde-whe! Pa.HRenErS'pnm
ent Jtjrtv No. 1 and Comiut-rciai. wii
'rm Setni-weekl y I nitni urates M;tli J.in :
vtwetu Memphis ami W ite. LUUe Ke-i &ut
iDi Black Klvertf, leaving Memphis even
i uefidgy and Saturday, at 5 o'clock p.m
hoats have let-u dtwked and thotiUK'il.
repaired ind furnished with new tuiflt
. i X ibra ai ettod a new. The Merchaufr
tud Plaiiten on White. Keil and Black rivers
have taken one-half the stock tn this line
tii us making H a permanent and reliabl
Home lantitation We noi, by strict at
'ntton to tiusltiea- and low hatch, to m ri'
. fair share ol public patronage.
JOHN H. I'AVlH, superintendent.
C nsign freight to"lais Line Memphth.
renn. LEVY 4 H BBINH, AKenca,
nol5 No. US JelTerMn street, Memphis.
FOR OSTEOLA.
lHUll B t-WAty Packet For OMMbl
and Mil IioerniedittLe lti.ili.gs.
l 'LLIK 1 iiCATZ Mi.ty J. tw-ui ti. nutei
This iBpvtb Uut-diaulit pan- m n,
Every Ti Maav ud Ati'ui4V, ul 5 pjE
d.-J
FOR I1ATC1I1E RIVER.
MOHAWK
E. D. Small
..masu
Will commence to run the
liatchie HIver on the first rise In J-
the riv.-r, it otu M mphis to the railroad hriilge
near Brow.-sviile. weekly, aud will do the
husiues for the trade aaltsractoriiv.
dell W H. I.aNIKR. Agent
FOR FORKED DEER RIVER.
r'or Haile's Point, Key Corner, Dyersbunt,
and ali iuturmediate Lan.lii gs.
The spleudhljld.'-wheel puaseuger packet
fi SALLIE V- -yy
U. H. Miil
IUt. master j W. R. Parker, clerk.
jMt above.
vVi.i i-.;t
EVERY THURSDAY, AT 5 P.M.
For freltfbt or passage apply on board, de
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Memphis and St. Francis River Tues
day Packet.
For Helen. Mnr.au a, Madison sail Wlttsbnry
The Dew sod eluat mdewheel Passenger
Packet,
SAINT FRANCIS,
Cpt. T. K. Bowman .Sam C. Paine, Clerk
t "ILL leave Memphis for HKIj-
EN A. L'AXGVILLK uu.l ST
FRAN IS iUVERS every Ti ES0A
o'clock p.m.
LAKKY HARMSTAD. Aseut.
1 Mlt.iw.iTi Ktrvt
ehl"
FREIGHT A TICKET AGENCY
freight & Ticket Office
OF TUB
NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS
AND-
RED RIVER STEAMERS.
Through Bills Lading for Freight
Given to All Points.
ar THRoroH Tickets sold to ant poixt
OIC . AND KKD KlVKR.
W Travelers secure Reserved State Room
by purchasing their tickets at this office.
ar Information concerted lt0ui, etc.
heerfnlly (jlven.
RICH'O W. LH3HTBURNE, Sen l Agent,
4 leffprinn Slnt
KOUN'S THROUGH LINE
Regular alternate W-lnesly M.
Stw tirteaua facket.
eibphig and
For New Orleans, Red R ver, and all Bend
' Landings.
The msgnlflcent low pressure
coudeusiug Passenger Packet,
aRAND EH j3l.,
G. L. Kouns, master, Jus. Kerr, jr., clerk.
Leaves Memphis
WEDNESDAY, Dec. 13th. 5 p.m.
WEDNESDAY. Dec. 29ih, 5 p.m.
Leaves N ii ... ins ltei a !. Wt auesdaya,
Throuah receipts by
XEVY ROBHIs.
R. W. LlGilTBi KSE.
Aaenta, Vleuiplils.
G. L. KOUN84 BRO., PropilelotK,
decS New Orleans.
NOTICE.
OJJtce Krmm' Line Retl River Pnrktl Co., 1
Nw i.ui.k ii La., Nov. 3. 16. j
SH. SH'H'K is our only authorized Agen
. to sell ticket over our line ol steamers
at Memphis, Tennessee.
G. L. KOUNS A BRO.
Notice. .
General Ticket Office of the M. aniU7. P.. R.
MtXfHIS, TEN.N., Nov. , INtft).
o H. SHOCK is oitr only authorized aenl
- . to redeem our bmlgran! tlcke
S.iuth, and none others need preei
tets
at this office.. A. A. KARNKS.
no?? Gen'l Ticket Asent.
FOR MOUND CITY.
For Arkansas and Texas.
TRAVELERS OR EMIGRANTS going to
Arkansas or Texas should cross Uie river
at this point on steamer
LAURA Cheek master
to Cheek's Landing. Four miles of land
travel saved. Boat makes four trips daily
Jar oaa-hawf that oi steajaa. Uallatlu. sals
Walker Brothers & Co
229 MAIN
Attention ! Attention ! Attention !
NO HUMBUG !
Look out far Bargains !
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction !
A SURPRISING
Ali those desirous
of SECURING
CLOSING OUT SALE OF CUR
IMMENSE RETAIL STOCK
of
Dry Goods & Clothing
Design Doing an Exclusive Wholesale Business.
delS w s WALKER BROS. & CO. 229 MAIN ST.
LEGAL NOTICES.
COMMISSIONERS' SALE.
IjV vlrtne of a renewal order of sale, ren-
1 1 dc red at tne octol r term. l.v,.
r the M Is- I
I proceel j
der. on a !
ouse dor i
Mippt county Circuit C
to j li, to the highest and
credit oi four morulw, at the
in the town ot o-ceola, AriLansai,
0a TUESDAY, January 4, Iti70,
all that tmctoflund lying In said coonty.and
known as Ve Nodma f:irm.cnntainln about
SM acre nbcat iiTCi cleared. Sule to be
made within i iw ul bolts
CHAR. BuWKS. Commissioner.
At the same time and p::tce, I will sell, to
th- hghet bidder, ror rush, ;en mme. placed
in my hands as Receiver of the Bo tick A
Jonian trust fund. J AH. B. BbT.
declO RiH!ver.
llOTlCEfolREOITORS.
No iOS. N. R. In thelhuncery Court of Mem
phis, Teiiiir-s e. -Hani s. pi er. Kxecator
oi H. C. H-rton, dee'd, vs. J. B. Sharp-, et :iL
N this iiu-e,on the id day of I oemLer, i
I 19. an order was eii'r d, dire -rlnz pnb- i
I lh-ation to b- made for all persons inieie- ted
in MvMMi of H. C. uortou, t-c' t. t cwme I
to ward exhibit their deui.tud-. i ud have
; h-ius- Ives mude p-trtles to the bill In ihU
sail etc.; al-o. et j liit g all pe -ons claim
lng to e creditors or $ .id astute fiom Insti
tuting sui's at iuw up-m th lr demands:
It is therefor omered, Th-tt all SUCH
fAKiits make iLvir ium ranee h:ein, at
'if c uit .ous . m r li r city of Mempt.is.
Tenn . on or Let -re th tlrst M'umay iu
vt;irrh, If?7t, and file and et-b sh their
la m- a-- eJoeesMAsV rdlinc t law. 01 the
s.me will be barrrd and the eansn peoeoi sV rj
with i Xt-art- : an- tliar a . op of tats rder
DO puhiis'i do C a w-etf for four sUccelve
weeks, in the Meeepote Appeal.
a eonr-Hsl i st.
A UUtTxm A ST 'V. ClftTfe mmi Maner.
By K J IIlack, L ut U ik and Master.
Bnae A JoolLsses, Houefttosa for tomphin
ant. oofl
Attachment HoYic.
C A. Taytor vs. Kjia-on Molbrook.
KFID.VViT ior aiiucUiiif ! t;avuitr bt-en
tii-Aiie In lulu cttiKf, in pursue uce 01 c
tion "A i ol trie 1 Ktr o; IVuiitjsi- . Mini it-!4'bm-ut
hawjig oet u ts-ui d. lev ieit MQ'l re
iQrned, -te. :
It N therefore ordered. That the uid de
rrndanrH Mm mi?, ou the 1st h i,
Jununry. ibTU, at lu o'clock a.m., aud dc tud
Kftidaao, or the Hie will u taken for con
,e-s-i ;Tti t hi U4e tttfurd tXparte; aud th:i' a
copy of this rd-r be published on-e a Week,
ior (our nuceesive w- in the Mi-inpUU
Daily Appeal s. A HUOtUR, J P.
For Sh iby .nunts , itsunesnie
Scrubs A Iniin- tn, .;u.u- yii, u3u
Attachment Suit
Municipal ' ourt oi l .t Ur ol Memphis.
Her i. s. Taj i-i- a .. PI iniift-. vi W.T.
leaker .1. I' .Vtij. n. Ltetenduni
'I.:KKVrrirF. Nv.-inber -js
FFIlA-H for ait eliui m haviuic be n
b- in thN t-ft-e i u t ursuancv of et i tt
MBftOf titet'odeof Tenue ee, and AttMfcJMBt
tiavilit: l. 'i U'-'i-d at; i i u : .! y the
propr t-nicer leTieu, eU-.. on the property
ol the dM'enibn s, tiaker .t Morgnit :
It is (here fore ordered, That said defendants
appeal at the Muntcipa. UoWtrOQW. m the
city of Memphis. Tenn.. on or b-rore the flrt
Tuesday iu January r tit, -i:-: defend thU
-uit,, r ihe ir::e will tv- aken pDraaftfHMd
a to them, and th c.u Set tir licunag fx
fiarte: and that h v-py nt Cbta ordi r re (juo-lish-d
once a week, .0 i ur eonsecutive
weeks, in tiie Memphis DilJ Appe 1.
Ac.py: KKANK TAFT, Clerk.
My em A WyaU, Atr'ys tor PiaiU'ltft. ;
Non-Resident Notice.
No. 3C73 In the Chancery Court of Memphis,
Teuneir. Vfti-rion- Shu lord. Executor,
ftc, va We J- Norri.. -t i .
T BMMMrtaC Irora affidiivlt in thla chuho
I that the drn ud' titti,Juhu U Armour, ti. A.
IIhihkoi-k. U. l. Campbell, K. W. Campbell
HQd u. D. Uibsft!, .JdniVi of Mr. F. P. Drake,
are non-reiilifrnt oi the wtte of Tennes.He:
It lfltherer 'reordered. That they maketiaelr
inwiMi h rrin, at Ike Courthoue in the
ciiy of MempiiN. Teun.. ul H:e rjfHi Monday
In January, lCO. and Mead, answer or de
mur ro omplaiuant Bill, r I he sn.e will be
taken for eunfemed' as toth-m.and et fr
hearing fcajvaJle; and that a copy oi this w
der be puhhthtNl once a week, for four .ie
celve wtfkb. in the M-'tuphls AppeaL
AUGUST' N ALSTON, Clerk and Maater.
A copy atteKt:
By Bkxj.Couiax, Deputy letkand Maater.
San'onl A Ray. Sow. tor Complainant. nol2
Non-fteident Notice.
In tho Circuit 1'ourt of IShclby ' onnty D.
Bowen ami wife, Km ma vs. Paul C Kny,
a minor Petition for DiiriMonof Ueal K
taie. TT Mppcartng from affidavit In thl8 caue
1 that the defendant, Paul C. K.y, ia a uon
1 refldDt of the State oi Tenneanee:
It ia thereloie ordered, That be make his
appearance hf-rein, at the courthouse in
' tiie oily of Memphis, Ten:i.. on the tourth
Monday in January, 1ST'1, f.nd piead, answer
or deuiurrto complainant Dill, or the same
will be taken tot ..: --.! aa to him and
net for hearlos exparte; and that a copy of
i t;i;s ' i der be published once a Wtt-k for tear
i successive wwi", in the Memphis Daily Ap
peal. M. D. L. STEWAKT, Clerk.
A eopy a t test:
By II V. Col k 3i a?, Deputy Clerk.
sc uuks A Duncan, &kia. fc r comvlainauf.
no!e4
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
IT AVIXG filed with the Clerk of
f"ountv
our' ni Onal settlement
the lsst will and tes aent ' W;a. Iianheth
KotceEs, ilm'L"l. all pereoualntereatifltliere
in can appearand lakettelr objeitlcua.il
tiiey have any, nr'tlie fcajuewll! tw conflrmed
st tne jDOrr term, ltfTi'. of aid court. This
Uecetuber 8, IsttD, J AS. A. I'KKATn,
aaj v;cotor. it.
JOB PRINTING.
FRANKLIN
PRINTING HOUSE
15 COURT STREET.
KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES !
Imm. use Arrival of New Material !
Five Lightning Job Presses !
Large Additions in Lithographic and
Gothic Types !
Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas
and Nonpareils !
Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts,
Emblems and Vignettes 1
Every kind of Business represented !
Endless Variety of Cards and Papers !
A Complete Job Printing House !
W The proprietor take occasion to ass In
call the attention ot th Merchants and Svai- j
tie Men of Memphis to his facilities for
fllliitg orders for every desci iptinu i Mkk
CANTtLK Printing required iu the Office or j
LoUtirmif
The mm
in every 1
feet satlsfix-tlOD will be eiven i
ice. and i,ui.iatAi.i. BX LOW j
AND UMFOKX.
Orders respeetfuily sollcted.
C. TOOF,
Prepritr.
STREET, 229
NO HUMBUG !
Look out fjr Bargains
Great Bargains !
Great Reduction!
REDUCTION
BARGAINS, should attend the GREAT
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
Paris Mantel Clocks
AND SIDE PIECES.
F.D.BARNUHfl&CO
Old firm Poaiey, B-irnum 1 Co.,
265 MAIN STREET COURT
New El Rich Jewelry.
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTOR.
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TRANSPORT ATiON.
QUICK TIME EAST!!
Louisville Route Always Ahead
SUMMER SCHEDULE,
Commencing May 2. 1889.
OOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILI. SUS AS FOLLOWS Of TH1
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Lir.a:
Lware Memphis icfty time) 4 00 a.m. 2:45 p.m.
Murulag train from Merap "its does not riu.
on Sunday.
Leave Mempbis, cty time. , . a ai. 2:45p.m.
Arrive at NajieUvtHe :4B p.m. 5:)a.m. i
Sleeplrvg l.'ars on Evening Train rrom Mem
phis to Louisville and Memphis to Naabvtli.
!Z&J
Can be procured at rhei'omprtaVsuirl'e.ar; i-:
Main street, and at Ue : -ot. head of Main at.
oaf "fmpmajB t'heckeJ at Depot, or by tne
Memphis t 'Uy Trnusfer Company; at rloxela,
Prtyaas Kesiuences. or on board ooeu, to all
principal points Enst and N'ort!:.
M . li. JON", Supi .
si t PtMnr
REMOVAL.
REMOVAL.
HE offlce of W. t. CSaSQML Assignee In
Bankruptcy, is removed to Madl
-;rc-t. I.etween Kroni and Main street
Bank BriLPiNQ rerons having busl
with theofflce will tke aottaav, d
REMOVAL.
O. CASE, Jr,.
SADDLERY,
AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
HAS REMOVED TO
317 x-a
noil
MAIN ST.
HUME TP. IIIIiL,
COMMISSIONER FOR THE
District Cou-t of the Unit'd States
COMMiSSiONKR KoR THE
Court of Claims at Washington.
Comnuiaal' p i "t Il'i'rls for the Several
StaUesati-l Ti'f ritor uH, ami
NOTARY PUBIjIC.
VHpH.'lal and prompt anenltou t?d to
OFFICE : No. I COURT STREET,
Near
del
Front street, farrlnxton 4 Howell's
New KiM-k
BUY DR. SPALDING'S
ELECTRIC OIL!
TTte reat Medical Wonder of th Nlue
teenth Century I
W- Kills all Paiu In Two Minutes!
(T Death to Uheumaticm aud all Inflam
matory Diseases!
mw f-25 reward for a failure In 3otts and
Choiic in Horses !
aw A sure cure for Hos Cholera and all
Chronic Disea-.es. Por
sale by ail Di u:sts.
O. C Ward c3 Bros.,
Mam Street, Wholesale Agents.
' Prlca, 81 Vt bottlejSV per doxeu ; Wi'i P
er
Isf asiie out nr. atpaiauig s. ae
mB
B. J. SEM.MES & CO.,
B. J. SEMMES.
WHISKIES
YANNISSEE,
WESTMORELAND
ROBERTSON CCUNTY.
Bourbon,
PURE RYE,
nd a variety of other grades of
WHISKEY
"OR COUNTRY TRADE
Carolina Life
OF MEMPHIS,
Hon. JEFFERSON
I. WiCKS, 1st Vice-President.
F. BOYLE, Secretary
Assets over : : :
Annual Income oyer
PRINCIPAL 0FFICE--NO.
w It In with mupb pleawore th Managers
vl Ihf wWlr tltltf Higrufntii linnii mi "
on itiii ralure propcts. Polii-ius ishui-U .t.
i-let th- ti iieral pabllc w our poucy u. . i- -
13. XD. i3 UljiiljJ-. y,
Spool.nl Agent.
SOUTHERN LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY,
General Office, 17 Madison St., Memphis. Tenn.
ASSETS 1st NOVEMBER,
fkVJJ I. x- K 1IIJ
UiViUCnuS IU ruiiUy-nuiLCf a.
BOARD OF
MEMPHIS,
ft. C. BKINKLEY. Pres't M. and L. R. R. R.
W. H. CHERRY. Pres't Chamber of Commerce
r. m. WHITE. President. M. and T. R. R.
AMOS WOODRUFF, Vice-PreVt. Hemphis
F. S. DAVIS. Pres t 1st Mat. Bank. Memphis.
C. KORTRECHT, Att'y-al-Uw. Meopbis.
T. A. NELSON, Presideat, Memphis.
OFFICERS i
T. A NELSON. President. BEN MAY. Secretary,
AMOS WOODRUFF, First yice-Prest'
C. T. PATTERSON, Ass't Secretary.
THOMPSON & CO.,
Agents for Tennessee and North
6enerl
Memphis
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
: APPLE, PEACH, PEAR,
NECTARINE, QUINCE & ALMOND TREES.
GRAPE VINES IN VARIETY, ESPECIALLY
CONCORD AND SCUPPERN0N6.
ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, ROSES, ETC.
A very thrifty stock, at moderate prices. Address
K.OBN cto OIIjBERT,
H. R. KOFTN.
BOO Front St..
J. M. G1LBKRT, Jr. !
f
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
CORNER JEFFERSON AND FRONT STS.;
I BT CEjVTjRALi PART O jF" CITT
M. ALLEN. PROPRIETOR.
LIQUOR DEALERS.
.TCCAKO,
B. VAOCABO.
A. B. VAttA.
A. VACCARO Sl CO.,
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS,
ETC., ETC.. ETC.,
124 Front Street. Memohis. Tenn
n,
SANDS' CELEBrVATED
CHICAGO ALES.
PORTER & LAGER BEER.
W. W. LUSK, SOLE AGENT.
Offlce and Cellars, M Frent Street.
MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE.
deor;
FOR SALE.
stern-wheel teamboa:
st-SM MII.NE No. . She is
i fet i..n Sit test heam.
-o rv uvftri'iimuiml tens: has 20 in:
(lera,s ieet stroke, with ample boiler
i now Lavinaat Kort Htckarinff. Will
1 on liberal r.erius, or exabanaed tor
arty. Apply is)
ilea Jftous.
TWeBUl 4
:HrfroF- I
Jr0. W. DAWSCN.
BRANDIES:
J.& F.MARTELL
Pinet, Castillon&Co.,
;0TARD DUPUY & C).,
Planat & Cn.,
JAMES HENNESSY,
SJTB
VIRGINIA PEACH
insurance Co.
TENNESSEE.
DAVIS, President,
J. T. PETT1T, 2d Vice-President
J. H. E0M0N0S0N, Senorai Aeoi.
$654,000 00
5GG,GGG GO
291 MAIN STRELT.
of into Lorn p&n; tnd' to ti P..
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B
JT
lUl-
ail Ui linurovvsi plnM mi LJiv I uwr-ute. w
.
13. I. WHITE. Jr..
for Tcxi t
I8S9, OVER S6C0.CC0
i.. I.. I IOCO Aft DTD rriuT
nay i, ioua, tu r tn ttm
DIRECTORS
T iDf N ESS EE.
HU6H T0RRA1CE. Cotton factor, mphis,
). WELLER. Merchant. Memphis.
C. W. FRAZER. Attenwy-at-U. Memphis.
I. W. McCOWM. Merchant. Memshi.
H. A. PARTEE. Com. Merchant. Heai-u'.t
C. C SPENCER. Prssideat. Leaisvllie. Ky.
JOHN B. 60R00N, Prcsidwt. AtUnta, Sa
F. K. WHITE, Second Vlce-Pres t.
F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer.
Mississippi.
Nursery.
PLUM, CHERRY, APRICOT
IVt oxx j-lxm. Tenia.
we
ORU&S. ETC.
DIRECT IMPORrATlON
Perfumeries, Drugs
THEODORE HOERNER,
54 and 56 Ba St ett.
(Corner or - q . .
CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST;
j mw QrAHTITATIVE AWALYISE w1.
I and ritten report furn lered. JT ,
sWHavtn mail airaus"-..ent. en ti
staa and .-mao Hoa-s l mr "7r,
JSmV "
' PrescHptrons CareTy Preparod.
mw ON H TO, a iJ J?f 1.1B
! rancy ArtK-iee. BruaC em mm
Tto TriMfJ sTrtppli'-rt.
; r71 mi
ALL C14MIBBI.
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