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BFFtCtAL JOUmiM. OF THE CITY.
FRIDAY : : DEC. 2, W7I JOHN JOHNSON "I believe," said Mr. TlptoB, Radical sinator from Nebraeka, In the senate the amx day, "that there la oormrtion, deep, 'limning nd festering, all throafh thte Himlnlat ration." Mr. Tipton la not sln alar In thU opinion. A majority of the American people Btertarn almltar Tim Hat It see m the dlfierenoa is that the mmocrata drive from offloe the thieves ad pilferers, while the Radical, are ever rawaiy to throw a -"tie over taalr own oorrnptlona. In New York toe Democrat, took the Initiative. The ..rontor. of Tweed Oo. are Gov ernor Hoffman, Charle. Otnor, Hora tio Seymour and Samuel J. Tllden, whoae devotion to the pur.ty and Integ ri y of the Democratic party a guaranty to the ciu.iB. that they wUl make the way of the tranereor very hard, while the Preeldent Uatana to the charge, azatnat Collector Murphy and a thou eand other thieve, who have stolen million, and oppoaea ell inv-aUga-tiona. But the people are wnOing. They teei that It la high time that thoae who neither aeek nor bold offloe ahould labor for the mum of U- ood aid time, of republican eunpllelty, when statesmen fait a stain aa a wound, when the dls parawar of patronage would aeorn to teed ha poor relationa from the public crib, and when a preaident would cut cff hi. t,.rf ere it ahould ian the oommi.- tlon ot a man who had bestowed upon vi.. -m TK main bnelnesa at patriots bow is to expose and bring to Judgment the groat rogue, of the itexuoai nervy, j as the honest Democrats have united to , Mm tha thieve, in New York. I! any variances grow up in the councils of those who would unite to put down des potism and robbery, let us not be dl--,i frm tha crreat and paramount duty of warring upon the corruption, of Grant', administration. Lex u. iey w all narwinal Drediiectiona ail personal while wears enae.TOrasj eu liberty, jcs'-ice snd the suprem nf mm! government. With the el me when the time cornea, we will lay down such . platform aa will Invite the wise, the pure, and the good of all parties r. n-.m ind lolB US 1U the CrUSAde O. m- ili ilin our land from the hands of the despoiler. When the Democrats snd the RepubUcan enemies to Grant and hid oor nintinn. unite noon a man of pure char acter and apotknn lategrlty no matter who he tnsy nw-ihere will be no doubt ss to his easeiioa. o man can run ior oao nrnwinllv. either in town, city or town ehip, who hss sot the respect of the peo ple. There may be a snow o: popularity, hne thrift follows fawning, but be- aidea this, there must be a deep, heart let reepect for men to command tee eunrag. nf the neoDle. And . make wnat .now mey will. Grant has not to day the respect ana Yinfidenoe of the people. He hen not :halr respect. His ooflers shine too much withhold. Hi. w.y. cave been too aera te their understanding, and all we have to do la to give the American people a rood mam cue in whom they have confi dence. A pure, upright, Christisn gentle man, with the discussion necessary, wm go away from Grant In the race as if Grant were standing .till. LET I S ALL SVE AMEBIC A3 CTTIZCBB Senator Scburs has been charged with wrltina- and sneakies: in various parts of the country with a view of consolidating German citizens in future elections. We are gratified to know that the Sen' from Missouri disc. aims ench a pu.r-. and retards it aa an unwise policy lor any nationality to unite, aa such, with a view of controlling elections and advancing their necuiiar intereata. We can never have a homogeneous people so long ss different nationalitiea combine together with the hone of making themselves a balance mini in the rjolltlcs of the country. A war of races would soon follow such or ganizations To be a good America eitl ita should be the desire o: every patriot, whether he be native or foreign-born Kossuth gave gxxl advice to his country - men when, in 185a, heaaid In New lork: Even hit enemies who hewn mo with calum ,, mnti l..tA- Which dehle them bUl DU me and who indulge n the moo: malignant nervendian of si laatruagr. cannot decy 1 have never siokec t" tue Germane lu Amer ica without aa lag that their first duty la America waa as be Am. that they should tsketh.- i-uelnte a, uiMos ot WwanfAaVsy told IB lew word, of the death of khn ADthoeiy Winston, formerly frow-rnpr of Alabama. The eleven, took pt-a- -Mobile on Tuesday laat. The dece-aed Imim - and soldier tilled a large place in the esteem of the people 01 u. whom he served several times In the State leg.alature asxt twice ss governor, being elected to the TJalted State, aena after the war, but denied admleeiom 05 the Radical majority, did not take his .est. He wss born in Madison ooanty, but lived lor some time In Sumter, and since the war In Mobile He enjoyed the dis tinction of being the oU that aTar tuia a-- hlr and or ""'hs .. . s-n Tk All "V THE MEMmiDj. Menken Bros. A.PPEAL FBIDAY, X)EQlfliVLS-Kt xrr kv ni srMTER. B.Trowbridge TjAg Joa. Park. Total AUbamlan bernatorisl governor the veto power to rep! fee! tne the nesns. aii'l eotaof thair e.r pra.nal :o-,Iav. :r nment, and lUC. The dot j Lt foralgnsrs is not to become clannish, bnt .dmerteon clt;zens, to study the institutions of the country, to fit them selves for the discharge of the duMes which American citizenship lmpo.es. The torelgners who come to live In America, who become oltlzin. of the L sited States and thus clothed with that power of self- government which all American citlnn. ta. are bound tc discharge all the duties and conform to all the obligations of American cttlzanahlp. This they can not do by bandU g together and olaimlcg office on tccount of nationality. We are gratified to learn that Mr. Scant! op poses as did Kossuth, every effort to band together the German population. During the past two weeks we have heard men urged for offloe on account of their re ligion and nationality, and we trust never again to hear repeated sentiments so aatl American, and an wait catcalaatd to in-) use the foreigoer. Xfii telsgrafah ef this morning brings us intelligence of the Jeath at Jamaica, Long Island, yesterday. Of Jsmes Henry Hackett, the renowned aotor, whose per sonation of "Pslatafl" ban linked him ln dlssolubly with Shakeapeawe, He had long suflhred from liver com plaint, which gradually undermined a once vlgoron. constitution, and carried him cff at seventy-two. Mr. Hackett was born In New York, March 16, 1800, and appeared on the stage lor the first time In March, 16, a, the Park theater, aa "Jus tice Woostaoeei" In Lmt ha at Filiate, and shortly became the favorite comedian of the town. In 1828 he visited England and achieved a great success. He returned home In 18S2 and filled several ngsgeanenta In the leading ottlea. Increasing his reputation. In 184 he again vii -d England, and was received with perfect ovation. In 1849 he was joint manager with William Nlblo of the Aator place opera-house during the appearance of Macready and the bloody riots consequent thereupon In lsM-& he conducted the u.-jb. -Mario opera oomnany, and after the war made a tour of the ocunlry, which proved his lest. Mr. Hackett ranked with the elder Waltack, Blak s Thompson, Forrest, Bar ton and others who lebired to advance the standard of theatrical excellence snd educate the taste of the people for high art. - Thb Washington Patriot say. that Sec retary Boutwti; would have made s good minister for Pharaoh in the days of the Egyptian famine. He would have sworn the lean kine were In excellent condition, a: U their significant ribs a token of uaex smpled prosperity. In 1800, with s papu lation of Jl ,0W,i 00. we exported of the six domestic manufactures of boots and shoes, woolens, car riagea, candies, msnufsctared tibscco and gunpowder, goods to the value of ti 464 at. In le7ii,wlth S8 0O 000 people, we extorted only tSrUa,7W worth. In the lace ot a startling and portenvona ' array of tacts kks this, Mr. Bout well yet say. : " There Is no substantial reason for questioning the tratb of the statement that the last Ave yearn have been the most prosperous In the history of the country. ' Why raoommend any abatement what BTet 0f tsx sti- u, Mr. Bo at well? t .. tienily the country don't need It? rem what the puMle believed was extr.vgu. Ldauom This nd.blm vsry popul .od when the lste war between the State. commenced, he wan looked to ss one ,thv the hiahest pisce, but he eontfi.te bWf tne headof the Blgfeto AlrtattM lufsntry. wlthwh.cn 7- out the war. He wss a 1. - "r,7: .. mmrt and. though not brilliant. ' . r was s very Incorruptible Integrity, he enjoyed the conlldenoe of the people. - bro-.her-ln-Uw of the present uovoraor, R. B. Lindsay. Aftbe the exdtlngdebates In the eenste upon Mr. Trumbull's rsnunsasa - trenchment and reform, says the Wash (ntnn Futnot. the administration sens tors sre somewhat chagrined to find that it la almost an exact oopy of tne reemu tion omn ilDI tne roireucu. satttae authorized during the admlnistra- Andrew Johnson, and there wss no previous ondorstandlng upon in suo- set between Senator innaoau senator. It annaana ma. asnemblad the idea of the retrenchment 00m- mitt e occurred to Senator Trumbull, ana he, without consultation with any other at it-, drew up the resolution, wnicn, before listed, varies but little irom tne former ss published in the Olobe. He disclaims any such significance as at tached to It by Senators GonkUkg, Mor ton and Sherman, as an anti-edmie-t ration measure. Truly, -the wicked rles when no man pursueth." other evening con re -organizing aio.iee BY TKS. TAU-ArlA-HrliEK. Ijim . ira rwss - -N'th America, ojinie Rash, iiniouav not stalea Adriatic ansa A J. Bird -e" , . . . ru.inuipn AUaatU awTr "I H500UO (ilenarion... ii"j il. ward... olan Aooru Jarsaa funs Ju LAllieiieiu "iwiEiom'BVii.- tiw'oo Mjsn Total JS7.KSR ciiMAwagOTaa i ..aaBtal Alabama..- 7.ie m i"" - Bwt"n w"f i7 uml .IS!) W5, SSS i'rTas.d istnb'Uon Js5 SalH, 3oui biuoi.. asr toui UaW 1 ..tw.on.tain Holiday Presents Great Bargains! TO CLOSE OUT! Furs, Furs! OFFER THEM LESS THAN COST Read This Price List LADIES' FUR SETS : Ih A recent speech In Ba'.tlmore, Senator Whyte, of Maryland, used the following language: "Peace was Grant's p so raise to the South, but cruel and relentless war was In his heart. He can send the pevwfui followers of Penn with words of gentleness, sort s. a mo-heri. smiles, to the red men of the forest, but he knows no law of kindness for his white brethren at the South. ARKANSAS TAXES. Rittort Apt eeJ-The beauties of Radi cal recoastructken government are well iustmted by following .tatement of 1 he taxes levied upon the property in our sister State of Arkansas, which statement i. copied from aachedule rendered by the snexlfl of Crittenden county to a bona ride tax-payer: State tax, one-half of one per cent. Sinking fund, one-fourth of one per 8tat. school tax, one-fifth ;of one par cent. County tax, one-hslf of one per eent. Building tax, one-half of one per cent. Rjad end bridge tax. one-fifth of one per cent. Pauper tax, one-fourth of one pa; eent. Courthouse tax, four-fifths of one per cent. Special school tax, one per cent. Making an aggregate of three and focr fiftns per cent. We hope sme of our northern contem poraries will ex.mine this statement and say how long It will take the carpet-baggers who run the government to own the whole property of the State. At these figures property-owners would soon ac cept one of two evils 1. e., either fail to pay taxes snd thus lorleit their lands, or go into bankruptcy. , aa ALABAMA CLAIMS. How tbey tr to Clsii be Atfjusttd Uat is Filed. Tha Alshama claims to be considered r.v urn (enneva arbitrators under the Washington Treaty, an far aa the exiue of veeele aod cargoes aestroyeo Dy ice ad-alo-Conlederate cruisers is concerned, mnnnt to I8.021.428 41. This, hoiweve ie but a email part of the claims, wnich may be thus grouped : First The direct losses sriiing from the destruction of vessels and cargoes by ih. rhnl nnaen. Second 1i.e na'.lcntl expenditure, specially Incurred in the pursuit ot these cruiatre. j Third The loss sustained in the trans fer r t our commercial marine to the Brlt isfa nag. Fourth -Tbe loss occasioned to. ship owners by the enhanced insurance. Fifth The additional expenditureforoed on the country by tha prolongation the) war and of the national .uttering, consav qaentupon it, so far as this was oeoa ... ned by the cruiaeia in question. To the aware, which maybe made by the Tribune ot Arbitration on account of these various claims, our government also demand, tha; interest on tha whole amount anal, be added from some average dsy to be fixed up -n; the first day of July, 1883, being suggested aa an equita ble date, snd tha rate ot seven per cent, ea an equitable rate of interest The time of payment Is fixed by the treatv at twelve months after the date of the sward. The Boston Daily Advertiser contains the fallowing aummaxy of amounts of claims tiled for loasee by each vessel: la the summary of claim, below atatoi, the wkole aoatst of the claims filed In the Staav Department on and before Oc tober 25, 1871, for the damage to each par ucular vase-., snd ita cargo Is Included. BY r i i . . A ! ' v A. Alert 41 LaunpIlKbter I3.5O0 00 Altamaha. r.tmu 0U Auiau.ia .... w -a Ji t., ftarouoa . z..n.z ou Amazonian . !.r,lajg saiL. Hatch sa,.It A F Schmidt t-;i.8V' 7, Ariel lu tn sf ti n de csati iie l . u at BetiJ Taeker.. 17t.s6 N brll.Uuit - unytc a N, C. Hill 5,!7.i N "JC Chaatelalne . ll.tt-O 0 Courad Ha Ml wjol Conteal...m 42,8b', n Pi Uttiuw-r.... 12,tta 6:' l' Creoahaw .. 27.474 at Kj n I'n.i .eji4 ' luul(irft ..2 24 Set Lark sOuntjar laue weri. tiildenl vs Kruiiia Jane. &6,557 34 Sonorm fexpreaa ' starlight Oofdeu tagle 1U.0S Hi Tattaanaa Uuldeu ttuie. SI,!) 47 T. B. WaJ Bmh..uler... l:ii, 71 00 ryeooa Jiibez Sou 14e.iwe iM, t'uion Jack... J. A. faika LSnV Au Virginia ... juat ua. 7Juu u Wave Creat L'.i. i .... Fil..Ct K We'h r-Ciuaste Klnltolier . ajapl 11 Wtng'd Racer 44 Lafavwtta .. llJeSW Ijiiaielle I " Total l8,i47,e BY THKUOSTOS. Texan. BV Taiat ilaUCAMALtiA. Fm a L. Hail.. B2.it 1 ' 0 -'booting 4tar..69klH K M.. L. t'otler 2,71) OU I . Mai Wi,tKA N BY THE FLOatlDA. Alderbar&ii t 24..l I Jacob Bell i.jI4 , la ADi.,J4ai.ju. 42.7107K Lapwing tWWW A i on 4fsl b M.J.Colcord B. K. Uuxie. . lOJW) Mou.ianiiii u 01 sianeiiester ... laxju' t Martaban -ia-ttll Jt Mornuia Star 1744 iA el ,i 'Hi .. 1(X ,1W8 OU Bover. HI igee til , o.i ou Jane m.JJK sto ' Jl r t ook a ,o4 hb ufhwu III fttA oC ide Hi ,W 11 M217 27 00 - i. " 44 4.J2U 00 14, OU 22!,.-.U 124 j6,- tl iOU-,1 70 li IJMt H .111221 M) luolt 64 larence . r.400 Q ''Jnelda.. . ..lu ii wealth iN.jw It KJt4-.l 21 2t3 17 4JA 01 l.!7t77i lei -.park B. tieo. Berry Xl.i& Wm. C Clark eo. Latluj. i. 2s.au oo Windward. .. U-le,,DC.t. US). an 37 Zeunda . freen.ud ... K at. Alvlnatby Htliaunc lu.-Mjui theClareaem Henrietta . . w BY THE TACKS Y (A TENUEB Of THE KLOBIDA.) Ada tSJOOOe Mnr.ago. .. rp,ou Byaani 2i0bjli. CboaU.-... hja?t iw El urate :b Ann Mouqujl icpire... luaauuu Uoodafed ,24t3 301 aanderer .. 7KM 00 Total.. BY TJIB tilSOKlilA. Bold Hunter 7nS 00 J. tirUwold i oiieiimt ton . bo.ouu Witiood Hope.. Dloaatav ajajjeuu total -tt i . i , - BY THE NAf HTLLE. Harve, Kjcb yA,; Emily . leher A18.7W 6a,Halttver .JMU "' gj UU .'-C i 1 V30 0U Total Betsey A te BY Abiguil. i Alius Aluiira.. Auatra : )m, oi ou wantfesj p tetj36 00 .. i.e. m l2oin .2 BY THE HALL1K. . , .,,16440 00 rHK H1 NiNI AH. aj Mi ... gU I Alw d Carey. lUUeXK Lufb Ulpsej . H.xrtOT L 1158,176 78 hi .. 3792B-' M 2V7.4V7 00 ,urf Cie, 411 IL... ,S0 7, M. 42i7 H) Stulbe 144,44', bu t,l14 ZZ. 'iBSt Hi 'JCtbM 7 7.0 00 Total.. nuj',ud ira.mi ju.. Tb'rnton. lKjfM st :o,us To n Abigail IK. 37 C6,WU 7iWaveily Jatin n, IjilW 75:W.Tbumi)eou ixvnu 75 Wlir.i ft i Wm. C. Jfye :j627 m Colored Silks. BLACK SILK Xj XT El T 0. C. & H. M. Uewenttine. SOUTHERN PALACE 3 3 8 t u . .w . w a. W KdBKBTS Of Meacnam TraadwaLL Brownsville J. B. POBTon. K. E. atnarman. M. L M EACH AM & CO Wholesale Grocers. 9 UNION Stonewall Block. CTOCCT : Kemphis, Tsfln 1VOTI OE -TO TAX-PAYERS ExtraordilarYp,, DECE-BER m Carolina Life Insurance Co J in ! nr MCliDIXIO TCHftlCQOCC Boots, Shoes & Hats French Sables Formerly 14 (0. a French Brown 8Mea Formerly 00. 3 SO Brian law Ceney Formerly 17 00. Bins Alaska 2aaaey Formerly (7 50. Belgian Water slink Formerly ii. Alaska glut Saale Formerly t Ot AreUe Wink laUe Formerly 112 00. EraaJjae gable 4 3 4 OO 7 4 3t Formerly 18 60. IMPORTED FINE FURS: Canada gUnkwaMe Formerly t'X 00. Canada Mini Sable Formally 00. gtnalsen Bay Sakle Formerly tUO 00. BasalHD Sable Formerly 1175 00. ktawsiao Boyal Ermine Formerly 3:0 00. a us SHELBY COUNTY. THE TAX BOOKS for tbey ear 1871 are now ready, and I will attend at tne toUow Ekf named p.aoea lor tne parson of receiving ui. . : u. um auu wmk. - - - Dlatriet So. 1. at Freed A Boyd's (tore, Sat urday, J an nary atn, is, a Dlatriet No. 2, at Bass' Store, Friday, Jena- Dlatriet No. S, at Bolton's .tore, Tnnrsday, January 4th. Dlatriet !. 4, at Cuba, Wednesday, Janu ary 3d. District Bo. 6. at engine hoses corner Sec ond and Adams streets, Wednesday, January 24th. Dlatriet Ho. S, at awuetgh. Friday and Sat urday, January 12th and 13th. District Bo. T. at Barttatt, Wednesday and Thursday January 10th and 11th. Uiatnet Wo,, at Bhelby Depot, Monday, January 8th. District No. 9, at Flahervllle, Tuesday, Jan. nary 9tn. Dlatriet No. Id, at Coilterv .e, Monday and Tuesday. January 15th and 18tb. District Do. 11, at German '.on Wednesday and ThnjadayaWaaauary 17th and 18th. District No. U, at Mecbanlcsvllle, Saturday, Janaary iUtn. Dlatriet So. 12, at Arnold 'a, Monday, Janu ary 53d. District No. 14. at offloe corner Second and Union street. Monday and Tuesday, January 8i b and th. Dta'rict No. It, at Jacob Brest', stors. Chel ae. Tueacay, January 23d. Dlatriet No. 16, at White Station, Friday, January 18th. Dlatriet Bo. 0, at MoConneU Church, Tues day, January ad. WM. MCLEAN, Tax CQUaetor ot Shelby County, dS State of Tenneaane. ELECTION NOTICE. On ThMwday, ttM 4th January, 1872, L wU open sad hold an election, la tha city of Mempbte, at tie places designated below, tor tee purpose ot e.scting a Mayor, rax Oollector and Wbarl uaawr tor tha city ot Memphis, and anoh Aldermen and Oounctl men as aj e provided and to be elected by tbe Charter and ordinances ot tbe city or Mens, phis. Tbe OOloeia, Judge, and Ue, ka et ssld slectlon, and tie adaees of hoitllng tne same, are f amarl viow. Ofncerr t -u report promptly at the Sberifl'a 40 e, ai 8 -clock tbe mornlngoi tb. elej lion. M-vrtCCa J. K10HT, hens of Shelby oounty. Memphis, December .4. 1871. Fin. Want. At the Bnglne-kocee. Main arree. betwer n Market and Wlncbeater street: J J. Pow ers, I. H. aUmondson, F. O'Nstt. Judges; P. M Winters. Thoraaa Bark, Ckvk. Tkotnas McOarmack, SbtriB gwaaaaal Ward. At the old Bnglne house. Pop lar atreet, be tween Mam and Second: si. B. Cochran, Joe oh aVsJter, Ueorge Bergnann Jud.es: 0 , -urue, W. James McKeon, Ci arks. Barney Cox, Deputy Sheriff. Third Ward. At Rook and Ladder Truck House, t dam. atraet, near Uecond: James Simpson, W. S. fMcxett, 1. F Goodyear, Judges; Tboinaa liarvey. Arthur schlcy, Clark.. iAT. Nooe, Deputy SceriH. fourth Ward. At the oCBea ot John C. Lanier, Mo. See ocd atreet: L M. MUL P. M Stanley. M. A Allen. Jndga.; F. F. Bowen, John U. Patter aon, c.e.xa. J. W. kUdrlOga, Deputy Bnerifl. Fifth Ward. Hall of Court building, north of union and second streets, J. P. irtomaoole. N J. Wieiclu. Juosaja; Kouett Lockwuod. Ml uty-nn ciark Uanry White, liepa east corner teond fl Kir: Wi n. B. Eader, DePrlasL erlfl. glxth Ward. At the W.ldran Block, Main 1 (treat, aear Beale: Jamaa Banks, A. F. Davis, L. at. Lyer, Judges: C. D. Mllliarii. A. W. Jones, Cierkr. 1 T. StraMon. Deputy She riff. SeveaiM WaraL Myers' aew Hock, corner of Baal asad De soto atresia. Larry Harmated. B. 4s. tier rii .ton, J . J. Jenny, Judge.; W. L. Van Lyke, Job tuadaoe, jam Moore, j.-., & B. Jubufon, Clerks. B. W. Green. Deputy SherlJt FJoghtJh WaraL Pr,r,:ar atreet. oDnositelhe market houss: Jobn rnck. Geo. atoulitraery , Job n B. cauaukaii. Jadgas: Kagana Levy. Ben P ewell Cler ka. Georse K. Powel, Deputy Sbarl tr. Hlntb Ward. At Gray VarnaU'e, corner of Fourth and uc.iou sueete: J. D. Danbnry, G. M G rant, O H r piper. Judge; W. B.Laae, F. C Scbaefer, clerks. B. B- Borrla, Da paty sharlfL At tbe Mlssiaarppi Uouae Main .' .reel, aonth of Calhoun Wm. Brown. W. C. Bill., A. B. MerrllL Jadgee; Tkesaaa Curly, W. r iJreen, Clerk. J. L. sharp, uepmy Buei iff. N0TICE --TAXE 3. OFFK'K OF TV TAX COLLaVrTtt J, 1 Mawi nm Decemiter 14 , 11m. f mar city aaxwa not paid b las In al Jan uary, liTa, wlU be inland vast due wewoubrmoet reanectrorlv -?11 a il taxpay er' attention 10 lei Jaoi. . . . , . evieai rariDe Durneseoi uieetintt Uva daman oa ue i y goveru TT atnit turn. CSiasaS fl aard aaafl aottt swat aeeawnta. t-fflce auar. moss ajs. to . p.m. FBialX W. BOB KTBON, aU7 City J. ax Cvlleoter, 73 OO 12i 00 as 00 CHILDBEN'S SETS Twsttallen Ermine, from SI SO, 01 79 s 4 00. g t as. trine Ermine Sable I root gk S, 1 SO, S 00. Silver fox Sable, from 4 BO, S 00. Gray Belgian Sejatrrel, 3 T5; rarmerly g4 OO. SST S.B.-BTEBT BET WABBABTEB MENKEN BROS INDUCEMENTS Dry Goods HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL, 129 Mail St, Mphit, Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS. President. H. I. WICKS, lit Wo PrmUmt. J. T. PEIT'T 2d . F. BOYLE, SatJfBtgjrY. J. H. EDMONDSON, SMftrai AMt 4 PHELAH, AllaaTaWjfw. AT a via last reeelved large ssawk. wkteB tawF CatABTTS I.T, at w PRINCIPAL OFFICE-Wo 42 MADISON STREET PINE BLUFF BRANCH Memphis & Little Rack R. R. Ct. mmr oanba are now 1MB for akfawsntlon to tbe capital etoek of tbe Pine BTaff B.-ancn of pany. at tne roiiowina piai-ea: uuics 01 w. i . (snaae. Pine aUnO; eflnol D.F. Shaw. Uttle Beak; atneeof !f.a W!lllaawa,Dell'. Bluff; offloe of company. No 17 Jetferacn etrest. Mempnis, lenn. me uiupw Arkansas wild laad si a fair price, and law, full paid-up stork in payment. Land sat erlbed before 1st January, lsn, WUl be ex empt from taxes ior uv yswaw. aw om a naur alive tb party sabssriwlng lbs option of bwyln bast tne awaaw aa art bad at tbe earns price, w lib In are years. Tula i. pautol IF YOU WANT A CHICKASAW IRON WORKS B. LOWENSTEIN mmQ ST0VE BANGLE 4 HEATH, PROPRIETORS, goutneast Cmw Wtoetter u. tttwl Stt., PnilNnFRS AND MACHINISTS BE SURE AND 1 ww------- " GET THE BEST 1 1 Special- Attention Paid to all Orders ii Our Lim WE ARE OFFERINB FOR CHRISTMAS WEEK SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN VELVET CL0AK8, ASTRACHAN CLOAKS. seal skin cloaks, i BUcK'S BRILLIANT BRAIDED JACKETS, DISSOLUTION of COPARTNERSHIP THB Arm of Uoodtkxb A Hills waa ills solved on the 1Kb December oy mutual consent, D. F Goodtkah retiring J. B. niu. bavins purchssea tbe entire Interest, as sumes all tbe liabilities and baa entire mi ante of tbe settlement of tbe bulna rf tbe late flma. J. a HILLS, D. F. li'JOD YEAR. ThanklDg tbe pubile for part favors, I pro mise to try to offer additional inducements for inelr eon tl nuance in the lutnre. a. JDa. H I iail aPa aid prrnfg'"fL Jb' itjD ttreet. Preserve Your Roofs TIN BOOKS tborongbly ousted with HOOK A LAGBLLL'8 BUBEJtA HOOF 0OAT ING, snd guaranteed for five years, for 75 cenu per wiuare. It is recommended by onr best architects. It will not blister, orack uor Kd off: It will preeeive tbe tin, prevent a aire and la the very beet malarial lor roof. HOJK A LAURILL, a,Q USUIMMi amw,. Dr. H. R. HOPSOWi CfSes, 39 Mariisan Street , I j an, -f , -i-1, atrwa. -aw. taaiar. UU, HUBJSAT. S. MURRAY & RDGELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, No. 39 Madison Stmt. gut ef Clark'. Jewelry more, net MBMPIsjj. TEWH J.C. TERRY & CO., Cotton Factors, COMMiSSION MERCHANTS, And Sole Agents at Memphis for the 61RARD MERCANTILE COMPANY, Of Philadelphia and New York. ear Liberal cash advance, mad. on oon lgnmenis of Cotton to the above com pany , at elher point, thus giving shipper, tne preference of markets. i , Ofltcs: 9U-lon St.. Mmphis. Ttna. A. VAOCABO. a. VACoano. A. a. VACAkO A. YACCARO 4 CO east DtvJgn WINES. LIQUORS CIvSARS, ETC., Nr. 324 Frttit Street, MBMPtTTK TKVNFS8KR JOHN LILLY, i sa i in is. i mi in i I ii i M Wines and Liquors, Nr. 851 Kiein Street, MKHPHIk. MCCAFFREY CO. ST., 263 SECOND 0PP. COURT SQUARE, RNEKAL KUNKRAL T Metallic OaakeU. Ci Oofflus always on band. TJltDKRT A KB 88 sea and Wooden dI7 Agents Wanted tc Sell the LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS OF Gen. LE. LEE, By faaar. . steCake, Jr., or fa Tha H ten lara BlocraDbT of the jreat Chle tain. Its popularity Is at tea ted by In. .ale of over U.C00 ooplea already (Send for airoulart. Add res, JSATKjJiAL lrL BLiBHINW CO . 9 and 276 8e-ond street. Mem puis. Twan. dealt COPARTNERSHIP. rr.HJ andeisigned have associated them. I .e;ves tog tier, under tne firm name of LOW stoTT A CO, for tbe purpose of con ducting s aaeaaeraU rekerasje auad 4 mmm .leatw Bauatweas in tne city of Memphis, Tenn. Tbey pledge their patron, to give atrlct personal attention to lb. execution ot Cotton order, and oik.r bualasja oommltted to their c. w iWlTam aorlVrx. JoakPH r. seorr. Br permission, refsr to Mnifra. Wm. r. W.ld.Jton, Mas.. Messrs. Manning A bears, " " Mr. Robert Boott, Mr. Thomaa Mows, Mr.Josepkifay, " Mr. F. at Wald,fc., " Saasm iKirkland, Chase A Co., Baltimore, at is. Woods. Wjaka A Oa.. Msasrs. W.Crans oons, " Mers IV D. Mangaa A Co.. New Task. Mesen,. spestord, Brofc Co . " Mr. D. H- Baldwin, . " Mr Was. P. Oampbeil, " Mr rreoerlr Baker, No. 90 Broadway, N. Y. Massra, By eaoaa A Sous, Pblladeipbla. cochran, Russell A Ota, ' M aV LSVerlaat A Ota, Baltimore. Maaasa. IX 0. Wood. A Oo.. Maan Miia. Team. Deoember 1. UWL JSr Mr JAMttB EL LOW. late of New Or- iV baa a roll power of attorney to VTanaeot boalnsaa for ua. He will give hi. narsonal attention In t be execution of cettan Srdar. and to aalaa of marohauiaiee. orders anu w jw 1JiJorY.00., net N o, Madison Mceei, MwnpnJa, Xann. mmxtt . . ua eonawea so eoaton ana rraln.bwt tne oo untry froan per pet oal preaiaCnt. TlhinT nfTEnlT infvirVoation nro- iiowera, fall of thorns, bowsver, aavd U, too, was la)l aside. Tbe Saviour here, af ter his many trials, says : "I'll show my Trfant love " and aha takes a rrlaln aro . atu la iu uuu m r, .uu ease raiins ie. wno I want the levee lor uepot purposes. A warm fight la In progress . .The Emma JLee sunk In the Bigtoe river, a short dis- THE MATHUSHEK PIANO! PURE, SWEET, POWERFUL, DURABLE I COOKING 8TOVF.S! EMBROIDERED JACKETS And a S pleati 4 AMortnert f . . s . v esVT T a r -tzr 11-13 TH IP I ..nn utntrM or ins oouDirv lavu uvwu PROVEN to be. wlUiout m doabt, ibe Boat Cooking Stovo Ever liode I And wkerever need, the flneat bread way. iiiiui w. H al- YELYETEEN SACWES buck's brillnt -yT t. 'ssra-v . IN AT-T, 8IZE8. is gcabastekd taa- : 08K LAST LONGER Beealails. I- the swl-w ef Ma.te.1 4 rtllrw, C rwenaaltea Iw a rlauew are VOtCH E nasal glixirrier t a. I y SILKS! SILKS ! SILKS ! LESS FUELA"D - AT- Tlte Bamerom prtsmmm-i the . ... m mca ut( nnrniTm ssf A lllfrB TfitI!wfT 1U,1! , u1!. .ki 4r hMtwah ak-Hsae. immm. Ita enmnmam of dowrt ui won- 11 UVCR lOrtkU aJ Kt WIIM -iij. " " ' .tTT' ;- ' dTfai. It o-vn TnXTBIVMtM ana w n irrn.r w u eaauiy mmtrnm p- r- ' NEED HAM'S SILVER TONGUE ORGANS Extra onllnarily Law Pricaa I Fine Furs! Fine Furs! Reduoed. Ruislan aod Mirk. Ermioo nm.B-ns nun .1 I A NT at tbe SOVSt tSlra OI Ot. Lewis, Hew Orleana and Memphis. i.ftasrast nal Seld contest with other -'K "ova. J. an nwdtanatea fnaraovw .- i proucbaole worm. Evsry Stova Fully Euaranteed! HOLD BT Rials. e5 Johnaoa, General Agents and r.alen In aUklnd.ot Cooking and HsaUng Stoves. -late and Iron Mantels, Grates, Tinware. Tlnplete and rjn ner's Btook. and also agenui lor the oelebrated 1 BUCK'8 GUARANTEE," THS Bit Ccal CookiRR StOVO U00. No. 306 MAIN STREET, dill ddtw Oppoelte Pes body Hotel And FHoh Furo, DON'T LET THE arkr the aarloxr. for tba txndAT avnl 0 chooL for tlx. TRANSPORTATION tne main line 10 Bnraveport nnectiou wiu oe FkaaaV. Hailroad- a-a-Ie w:tn ai. oonnectioo will mSm r , e n Bat ma Blanks and all Imormatlon furnished by "jTWtlAMH. Land and dec era! Agent far Company. Mixaa owaai and A. f. lues. Agenu. Offlce, 17 Jefferson at real. Mean pnla. Tenn Memphis and Louisville WINTER RCHEOULE 13. :87l. Xrata laarvas,Day Kxprssc - Aew xora. . growuavm. aooxnatnodatio . i . a. at. l:aj p.m. 4;lo aloepia. car. inn tbrr.tu to at. shvlTla and Laaxtavlila QL the IS p.m. train, me . :ia p-m. ann : usm i An ant ran an aBundaor. J. W. JJtlTD I wnssi inisimnni MISSISSIPPI fliVER PULROAO Company. acaxrrsBT ajtd TaxAsuaxs's ofticb. Maxcrau. lurs, Iwe.moer 9, 17L N OTI Cat 1. hereby given last mere win oe a meeting ot atucknolder. of tbe Mis sissippi mver Hail w.y Coin pany usid In the Of asemrraia. tenueaaee. aa as, w a ill o cioeal a..n , on tne Stk day mt January. 11179. to rati fy tba .otlca of tb ausu-d of III elm, of ttu. oomnauy la regarti to raxnaoildallon with tne fauunan sua -,a.; tuui uau om- P"'- . dYtba JOU U NiBTtJ.'w. rtuxmrj. MpNa and Qfiarlaaun R 8. CHANGEOF TIME. Ldaa-v. Mall i'- , , P- . ij u aun I ssw p.m. uau aja Tnrosgn freight aja. 941 p.m way iraagni.ooaenaitnn a . Bkaa. aaaaai Jnnntian and skimervule aooonunodatloa 9:46 flaaiiukntown aoo - . .c. sou C. L. Ai. a.. -a. V J.X a.m. aiaup.oi trteOfl. -mpl MEMPHIS AMD UTTLE ROCK fl, R. American Sablo, Can now b purchased at lower prices than they have ever been offered before. stock of ear call and examine onr fine tbeeegooda. Onr low prions on surprise yon. will THE WORLD-RENOWNED SINGER SEWING MUJdJJNJtua : Gail at tba Singer Parlors, 273& Main Stmt, MERRIMAN WiLLCOX, Gt-Nt-HAL ugauttia ITCHELL, HOFFMAN CO., MANUFACTURERS OF AJLL KINDS OF FURNITURE, AND D BALERS TB Golden OpportuBity Slip Qar pets, ON ClothS, B. Lowenstein&Bros 242 aod 244 Hall St, CORNER OF JEFFERSON ST. j POSITIVE DRAWING JANUARY 8, IS72. Sorjth Caro'ina Land CURTAINS, LOOKI NG-GLAMMES, Hair, Moss, Shuck and Spring Mattresses. We keep the largest and best stack Is the city. 308 MAIN U 3 MONROE STREETS. m L, taJ fkl LJliaTaTTa nxcTLr TJU Ta I orau I - " 1 exe I.S 1-ilTl I A-k A J , ; a.. MMMMaasiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa J. H. WACGENER. 3171 3B 317 1 -AL- tiun CLOTHING MERCHANT TAILUR1NS HOUSE. t( ktenaplsM. ha WeU f lied wrltSi .esseSa AJiKBICAJI. XKT O O For U.nUemec'r wear. 3 3aT Immigration Gift Concerts WILL TAKK FLACK, 7E7" lit la. O IX t Paill OH THU DAY APPOISTBD. Seicure Your Tickets at Cnce ! aar All orders .trlotly confldentlsLi 2405 fiiFTS, AM0UNTIN& TO : $500,000 Tds ohance.arenna.uily good ono tloket ,n everv Hxtl-two l.aure to draw prisa. Orders lor Tlckt is re-ei ved up to the SLk o Jannarv. after which time no more itMa will be .old. SINGLE TICKETS, $5 EASH. The Ne Plus Ultra all coomsra STOVES. J. H. WAtrSKafKB, Prer. MOUKRATK 117 Afb REMOVAL.. G000BAR & GiLLlLAN D WHOLESALE BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, 3222 4 324 MAIN STREET, rMoComhs A Co.'. Old Hardware stand, NO POSTPONEMENT I Ceaissli.looers and Su.ervltors of Drawl. sail. A. B. W BIGHT, of Georgia. Has. BRADLEY T. JOrrNBOlt, of Tlrginla. fisi. B. H. BCTLBUUK. o. South Carolina. rios. hXKJEH A. PBYOB. ol New York. Great IndacaBaenta and reduction in price of Tleieta to Club.. omittances can be made to ua, and tickets will be aant bj return mall by rvin. rUADWICK. 4JABY CO. Charleston, 8. C , or our Aj nts. THE GLLirHATtD GHAMPiUft CHANGE O F TIME. aOalMlaNCUtU Sunday, 1S71, anl until funuer uoti,. trains will ran aa follows : Lea-re Memphis, dail 7. 10 ass Leave HopeQeid caUy J aai Arrive uttle Hock. UAlf -J" pjn Beturuluc arrive at Maun pi la. dl'iktu pm 90 TMA138 WILL MUM kU.MT. Paessngsr trains connect at o avail a Blnff rn aaonuaja . im inu.-uy.. umtm DasAro. Aasrusta, Jackanuk-ur. and polats ou upper Wniie river; on Wedsasclirea and ilat ardaja for Clarendon. Abenlann, aad Eints on White river below avail 'a ua. Counec.it-na at Little Hoes w.lu alagsa for Hot SprtfipT. Camden, arhadelpnia etc; aiao with Little noes and fort Smitn rail road, ana steamer, on Arm anew, reRveoat leave, loot of Onion atreet promptly at 7.1U am. . .mrmmmmmm. aural lap aleasasasaMu C. P. OAKLEY. lawn 1 Tloket Aant. dec!6 laaliaiiiNi 4 VH aad altar UUSUAY t a 17. 1STL ua'Jl furtaar noUea, trains anil run aa Leave. . 2:1. . katpua. Arrive, 3 pun. I M ijrt. Orleans "all. dally, nrass Train, dally s,.i.h. TmIa. rl.li aX Sew Orl-ana Mall make, direct o nuectioa aas Ms r tar 1 aan a. Vlcasburs. Mlirsveport. Jacksoa, Canton, and all pclnts Hoatn. touUi aaat and South went. BaskAge one.-aea umein. rnrln?ormailou and Uokets iipply to Tlekat Offloe, SsTVs '-"aln atrest, and at Depot, loot ofMalniueeL dl7 I1A luauE.osii .aDDa Ledger oopy lm BmraJ Meattst ef Mm Steotkeldsr. if tba Heaapoit and Cbarlfstw RRllr.id Cwttpuy. PUBBUANT to tne letomi on of the Board ot lli-ania of tb. Mampuia aau Charles ton uailroad Lompia adopted at . called moating thereof, bald In the city of --uj - enia. ruin naanc on Iks Ivth day ol Decern, tr U'l, s general meeting of the -tock-holders of uie aald railroad cmpaay la to be held m aald city of Memphis, on WfrlMidky, tte I7ta Day of Jkioary, 1372, For the pnrpoas 01 oonalderlna .too taking aucn aetloi as said StoeknvidTr ouay deem sdvisaoie n reference t a proposal made by tne eouthern Ba.-lwiyHecurity Company Ior the lease of the Msin R ad and tie fi'nence, SuniervlUe and Wlntlitwter branch lnes oi LTaaaald ".""hi. and C - In a Uailroad Corn"inj M. J. WH K1. Pre. -ant. Gao noaaarson. Secretary. "3 daw Natwa u Stack heicer. rp jiE regular annual meering "f the s?toek X hr-ideraor '..leGerman Ni. 1 ne; 'lax k of Mempbls wli take placo at tha nark, n. TV Sak. AY, J A3 IT A BY 91ft. 17, batwecu the hou.a of 10 C o'clt c. p.m, nr the porp. m.r'.eei' jirct-. ign MABTIr WR.r ot Herman National li ck a.m and 2 of ' il 'g ' asuier, afempbk mmr We are now receiving onr Fall monk, the largest and moat attractive we nave ever offered to tbe Trade. MKKOHABTk will oon rait their interest by ...mining our gtaoaa before buying. an If -WiLtlx Wroiislit-IroTi. O em. CZBTIF5WTE3 TS9 NUMEuUS TO fuausn will wiu AlaSO, THE F0C3ALCri52D--' an. M. C. BUTLER. eni. M JOHJ CHAJ3W1CK. W GARY. kMfj sTCOAL STRE IXTAIIT, atk.'s? WETTER db OO.'S, DEALERS IK STOVES, MARBLEIZED IRON AND SLATE MANTELS AXD OH.ATBS, wag. 13 and 15 Honrge ytre?. : ampa.a. . m C01ilSSI0ri.ERCHAI.TS, QRE AT R E D U CT I ' N PartBe, Harbsrt & Go. COTTON FACTORS BELLE FACTORY HUNTSVILLE, ALA. Ford, Porter & Co., BaTo. 8B TJxtlora at. Exclusive wholesale agents tor tale of tne oelebrated Belle Factor- Sheetings WE ADVISE YOU 70 SECURE THE SERVICES Or SAXilk O XT, ou sot 'B DIB- EASE j, no matter of ho long standing. WOBBHAM HOUSE, espeolailT if yo r.r w th CHBOM1C or T-KIVATK w These are some of hie remedies, and with which he has oured some of the moat .eveie esse, with one treatment. 80 AM TALK WITH MIS PATIENTS aar He will forfeit tirot for every case of ,rv. sf rrka L i 1SE ABE ha falls to care. Write Ulna and get awe of ktaClrcalau a-. a-dluaLoaeeaoI afhMVTK NHUHKf OT oangive bins wath Pall PEC r KAFBTY J' ,sr entire conlldenoe. He la the friend of the unfortunate of BOTH BXXKS. i M MEMPHIS, not da U UHON STREET, TKNNESKEK. A. I. nVOAca, JTO Tmerly of Son. smile. 1. A. KIABY M ampuls. OODS A. J. ROACH ft CO. 3rOOXnis.. Commission Merchants aaaaa OOTTOK FAOIOB8, Mai. 13 UB M 8TTflwX, Ls SKWE . .., ..., Mid tn the sale of Cotton "J'rvancen: tbe name. (.eptdAw SACRIFICE! JACOB GANS. 298 Main Street, in view of the approach ln h,,lllVrit made a still further retiuction tn prices, ana guarantew w than any other House in the city. J. D. Dura tray, H. D. Ooawauu JOBUf LiAKHAOkkj li. uzaaHAa, I. O. O. Fa MUTUAL AID ASSOClATiOR X22ttaaa at, i BttaJ Or TRUBTEEki W. 8. Barren, J. P. PsaeooTT, D. C. TatADBB, Chaalss A. BaaH a , OKl'ICKBB: PL D. COHHELU Prealdent, 1 IlJNtlHAMticn-Preelu.at, 1. FfSSooMS. Seeretary. aw a DDtirC Trwav-atDTrU. r WLYmember. of ths Order in good .tan. I 1 ri ,,,, Tha faa. are amali. Ad- iT-inn fee.l6.tn advance. Annual fee, 1. .-aa and S3 upon tne oeatn of eaen .hiTdsvs sfter being noU- lled) When his family, or any peraon doslg Sated byblmTwul be entltJsd to the aagre zatenf from e-wry saitaky of the Asao- i.TT, an fwi,i Kallo a in Tennessee, Mis- ilsalppl and ArkanMS, are eligible to msm bersfcrp. ThU Is strictly adUirirt tk. ivSTftiSn. to benefit ths families of Its de eeased masri bars. aWasftllM reyllea. at....... BsjsiaJ keetek Flalda ii. l aa ax 1 oa I 9 oe yfet- -wata Sash Ribbens Cheaper than Ever Before. Iadlra' Nba-a at. JM -- Ladies' aaaal - at.. ldlea- wr ' . n.an.a a. Flee all we-l Blanket at. - ... ...... k .. t . . I-.- I tit I Ml - Lo-ele Baaaask. TsMeUas. worth 1 3D per yard. -at I ouhle Talle Liaea, traa, w -ru lew All Lists Towelaialxia Inesaes al All Lisas lowetaaulxia iaaeama al - All Line. Tesala M. 49 makes at -. I1K) dozen Daaaask. Towela at. 73 tW 1. aaltdavw Joh Van MASK . I SAID. raAjra M. Pan ttt. f. i, IZAMD Gao. a. IsA&n, ROSSER, IZARD & (;0. Cjitoti Factors, Ka. 320 FRONT STREET. T AJ. BR. a V. MALOHE. JOHJS F. THOMAS a .i nar T 1111 Id A 42 X Pfl AaURee inM.1 - 'l luswaiiiin" '-. ut..u.im.i Cotton Factors -AIWJ- COMMIStlON MERCHANTS So. 10 Ladies' and Gents' Hats and tarnishing goods at prices within tha reach f We call special attention to our large and well-setected stock of Ladies' Gents' and Children s Custom-made Boots and Shoes. awa-Tht Hfnrfc waa nurthased by a pracUcal Shoemaker, and guaranteed to give satisfaction in every particular." Persons wishing to get the largest amount of goods for the smallest amoun of money, will do wall to call on JACOB CANS, 5LCT!0 OF t ft:CT8Ho. OtoJI Ay D FLAjvTata.' Bask or Vaa-H:a. 1 MasfHis. Taw., 1 eosmeer n. U7. I a TOCKHuLUkiie are i.-ral,y noitr! -d that O for ins pmpoaeal aaixialng smeeu Dl rsetors for the union snd Planters' Bank of Memphis, to serve ior 'be aO 'endiBg twelve monUiS, an election wilt be uauU at '- j 1. aaaVsa day, SUk ef Jaanarj, 1S7S. from lu a m until 3 p.m. j.-. w. r '.sauwr. Memphis & Kansas City R S. iirrnt atr mau or dimki rosea. 0 riCS Ok TSB M. A E. '. a R. COMFAVT. 1 HaTaaVTLLa, A ax.. Xovemuer U. 1S7L 19 pursuance of the provi- ion. of aecuou eight of an set eo'lt'ed -Aa aet to pro vide lor a general lyetem of ataliroad Inoor ii ii rati a ri by tne uenaral assembly of tbe tate of Mkuisav and approved July ai 1MB, a geneiai na etlng or the Ui-ectora end Stockholders of the Mampuia a d Kan sas City iULroaat Con. pany wUi oe held on Waai-trUy, tha (Ota day tf tmrntry, 187?, at the DfBce of Lncian C. Oaase, tq , in the eity of Jsoksonport. Ih Jao arson one my. State of Arkansas, tor the eiecuon ot duec ora for the enamng year, end the tranaictlon of other business Every Director and iitoekaolder is re- anaetad tn attend Ik STI DraaoTOBS amo srocaoi.a B. r. Patterson, L o. kUKUa.cs. n a. Lae, Eaaha Baater. wm S fori, Lucien U, Uauae, W . A. X Tisdala, J- Eldrtdge, W. k. KSnswaa. Btnrk holders deem BRAN KIN, CARTER 4 CO, Commission Merchants. NEW YORK. LIBERAL ADVANCES on conslcnments wl'ti prllttKe, olml lm N-rw Oxiamam or w Xai-u by SUMMXftS 4k CO.. LouUvlIia, Kj. Contract to bay or eeil cotton for fntnrn (WIWwy ettbsr la mmw OriataaorMBW fortt. Cotton Presses AND- HORSE POWERS ! THE nee mm lisiiimsiiaiiil .n Uaa mo popular ana is proauum eiiuu. ui. HIVOCK. - - MXIiPrlI8,TSSS esrsrstclAl attauuatn to ailing order, noes' dAW moat noranlats. durable snd working SMannamtlliairiS. 1 h. WQOi. WSSBIU of the Prwm with the Cotton in Ua hex standi on a pivot, enabling twe men crone dorse to ana. a KM sand gala with case. IOMB aasil o all 11 Ik and durability : taay ere lasnaf otared loressiy for uotton UOID 13 AIM a wmmh lf im turn ,l icies a. os uiw . aaait a " - I jiwwora li Inning, Con work. Taeee at the Tm' i Horn's mabjet arm Pitlto Market. . BJaTSOUk, Pi oprtetor, box Boa nnuevoi.B wr itand ior Prloe Ust, a. Offloe CaroBdalati aaxi daw 6 H 58 53 55 15 to 46 3d 6 7 S MrOOMAH-NOKTON On WetMdfty L rvt.mhAr?7th hv Rav ITaLhar Vat II lfr rfffig?. RE8AX0LESS OF COST OR VALUE aaiaaias.. aaui exosDUng aiao seventy of said tract not embraced in aald Trust Deed ; : Lying in Shelby oounty, and begin, nlag at a alaae In tne center of ths tlaieigh and Hernando road, in the southwest comer of a thirty -acre tract conveyed to John Pone .... ,AKn Tl W h It. IHamm - ' a, . TOYS, TOYS, TOYS ...niarrmi, Attorney lor Mmsbi hiififtln Insruanoe De partment, has likewise personally examined the condition of these Com panies since the Chicago are. On account of the public distrust of the Chicago lire and gross calumnies and Companies, Arising from ' i-uvasisauai uy a spirtUM 4