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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, JANUAEY 31, 1873.
AMTJS ITS. KAMI) OPBKA HOI S1 1 Proprietor John A. Sttuvksk re-lneas Muin... ....Hit KeBak A. ting and Htage Manager. .T. V. Pavki H11 SIX MUHTS AND ONi: MATINEE. Tlit- LhimU'' Comedian. IK C. H. MHUOP. who will ni tlx -ax MONDAY A Nil TX'rSDAY. In the clety play of rrci m vm i.ow ik ii:mi. 11 ednesaay . ThatvdaY, Friday and Matur¬ ity Matinee ami Night In the the new play, entitled Wll I O I I K I KIP AY -BENEFIT OK MR. I'. B. B1KHOI s ATI KDAY WAK CLOUD MATINEE, Mooday, January ',tti. .I'.HN E. OW f.N- AM (XIMI'ANY. R (KM rnfurtilwhed room and board w intid Id private family for Addrea single gentleman. j. k .. ini- omr. Taj THE TKAlE:-Eroin flflOO to $lu,iw pall Job lob-'of any kind of merrliautablc KMKtn lioiigtit for cash, at M. J. BLATKK . JaJU 21 Main sU.ct. 30 Ut. " HALL. V T. K Tornbull reapectfully announce Hie appearance of THE i. HEAT VIOLIN YIRTCOSSO, OLK HI 1.1. : IN rWO iRANI OiNl'KRW. HUM aass atnrtay MMMM January :'4th and -.th, fim M MATINEE ON SATURDAY. -J P.M. Children under teu. half-price. A i d i in.- follow. uk eminent and pop¬ ular Artist: Ml.-- ;KA7.1KLLA RIDUWAY, OPaA'0. -H-NOK FERRANTI, Bakitokk Comic. I'li'tF. JOSEPH H. UES( K. Pianist and Cokpvctor. t .iTi.-wti will commence al s o'clock. I ilaaHsauil one l"ollsr. Rotwrved ueat-s fifty ot. extr... lo be obtained at II. J. Hollen- - r'fc ureal Southwestern Music House, 'J? I nurt street, on and after January 21st. t he uraud Piano Kort used at the Con us an- from the celebrated manufactory 01 H la. Kuatx- A Co.. Baltimore. l(ITT"N PICKERS At M Pt -l CWt.; 1 . . .. . . ... t l -. u.,- I . , . ply to WM. DARDIS, ii; Jefferson at reel. JOT A cash pnrclia-er can be found tor j a small building lol aboal .iu feel front, convenient to tu-lucss, in addressing CASH, citreof Appeal, gl inc l(K-at ion and pi Ice. WAOON--A ood second-hand two-hone wagon. Addis L., 17 Second atreet. it' IT NLRSE-Apply at y Jain 111 POP 1. A K BT. SERVANT Thai can cook, wash and iron. Apply at North Second street. I - I ween Mill and un-enlaw streets. JalN liaud En- Apply to iu mill. KVIMIOI BALI.. THE fVNuiXE To hnWI ii mmtmd I i fane, cj unit jail NST1H CTOREsts i loxlJ-ineli bore. W. II. Ill l is s -A young lady who Is ca- 1 l.attn, German. French, as well as inatlie italics. Is desirous of giving lesson- to chil¬ li rcu al their parents' residence. The beat c 1 1 y reierences can be given. Please address Jal E. V. J at thisortire. eek. ill prove it or forfeit fcun. New articles Inst patented. Sample sent free to all. Adttr V. H. CHIMESTEK, JaJ 2K7 Broadway. New Y ork. FURNTT1 KE, Feathei 1 1 kinds. lKugli : -.'Secoud street. H. T. SISNorf. C'-T ar AtiENTs PROFITS ?J I .WV Will OKCONI-HAND O aud Household OwhIs FOUND. tOW A large red cow, with whin face; she j came to my premises a lew days since, and the owner can have her by calling on me and paving the charges. T. W. Mm, Fairview Dairy, Orleans street, jamJjiiVam STOLEN. ...niili I Blonr e I ralellanra II;IImu WILL r.IVK ITS I "i RTH ANNI AE BALI. MAKE tli REWARD On the uight ot January lath, from the plantation ol Tnos. A. Allen, Esq., eight miles from city . on Mississippi ami Tennessee Railroad, one bay mare, six years old. IS hands high. The nnder will receive the above reward by delivering mare at No. 7 Monroe street. Ja21 MOLL1E JOHliAN. of IiUsiik-ss of earaing a living by roll-! ing J lis -rt with a sullen aiul scowling tsiuntenauoe. Th following letter is published for i the infonnatiou of all inteuding-immi-; grants to the West: Kditors Appeal. From time to' lime Eastern men, some of them from the Ktnte of Tennessee, come out to ; this section, believing that large ami select tracts of government laud still lie ; vacant iu Iowa, and open to settlement : under the homestead law. The truth is I that scarcely one thousand acres of such land remain unclaimed in the stale: and though a few claims remain ! vacant now, it ifc scarcely possible that j they w ill remain so until spring. Par- ties who contemplate removing to new homes in Iowa may obtain reliable printed information, free of charge, on application to me. JOHN brknnan. Stale Immigration Agent, Sioux City, lowa. Another disturbance s-curred at Miss Gallagher's, on 1'oplar street, last niirtit. The excellent lady herself had to appear, against her inclinations and wishes, at the stationhouse, and put up her elegant gold watch, which was lelt her by her maternal grandtincle, ae a forfeit. It was painful to see how her refined aud educated sensibilities were shooked at the piocecding. Three nn-u had also to put up forfeits of a similar character. -Yesterday great excitement was created to the right of Vance street a- you go country-ward, in the vicinity of Wellington, by the discovers' of a baby that had been under grouud for a short time and was unearthed by hogs. The crowd that jrathered alsiut was im¬ mense. All the colored folk in the ueighlsrhHMl were on hand iu less than no time The little sbred of humanity was evidently an infant of veiy few months of exist- ein-e,and seemed b lie either the victim of abortion or a premature parturition. It was white. Nothing could be ascer¬ tained as to the facts of the case, though speculation was rife on the subject. The Tilt COUNTY COURT. Thirtieth Day or the Heaalon at slsu per Bay - aplnln Harvey Mathee No! Allowed a Safe. Preparation lor f'otirthonac Leaw's I'aae Crwlila Al lowed to Hint. I'he gentlemen of the County Court met yesterday to finish up the business ; of their January term. The following squires were present: v. M. itnenug- tOtL J. A. Murray, J. A. Iiigon, V. N. Keyuolds, B. F. Duncan, P. M. Win- I ters, W. H. Monc-rief, W. H. Sneed, ; Klijah I'ulliam, E. W. CaldweU.K. C. i Brewer, J. W. Hearing, J. W. Allen, T. ; C. Bleckley. H. Irby,V. H.Walker, H. i T. J ones, T. Holeman, ir.,YV. H.Hoegel, J. K. Krown, John T. h limit, Jamos Hall, K. II. Miller, C. L. Brooks, H, t Mass'y, H. It. Ktone. Their Honors allowetl Bruce Garri¬ son, a cripple, $fi to live upon for the next lliree montnx. The assessment on the Overton Hotel was reduced from $124,0U0 to slOO.OllO. The iietition of J. Har-ev Mathes for a safe in his office was reje'ted by a vote of 12 against 11. The court busied itaeu most of the day with petitions for reduction of as¬ sessments, all of which were granted. Mrs. Briguioli, not the wifeof the ter¬ ror, who runs a imall candy store on Main stri ct, not vrorth more than twen¬ ty-live dollars, sh p says, (tetitioncd to be free from taxes,antl theootirt said "Yes.'' Henry 1-wis w.as allowed fifty dollars as Janitor of Km Bartlett Circuit Court. Tliirt. -six dolla rs were placed at tin dissal of the Ponihouse Commission¬ ers for the benefit of Mrs. Godscv and icad showed marks that were not character to indicate fair play. I W EM QUEST! ONS. hel child. The order matle lax-t ollector to from certain cliarti i-itvl with whom ROOMS AND BOARD. B OAKI Two nice family nsims Apply at j Madison street. to rent Ja21 i Hill anil LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. i HRAN HALL. Wrdncwlar . Jann.-.rj 'J2. 17:1. ili-tt ol a mi-ion. S2; Ladies free.t . EVINS Rsll APAMs . .STAG1 SI ASA'. F) MAKAGKl; THE L.Rtih5ST AND BEST lrrv THEATER IS THE SOl'TB We have mnde arrangements to have the LEAINO h'TARS . PEAR DVRINU THE SEASON. ADMISSION : njnette and DreM Circle cents saillv llrele and Colored Gallery ...S etah FOR SALE- i - I.ASS All slzos. r tuackenbus1 . -.GAR-sTANli A newly located cigar - I stand, on Main street : a bargain for cash, loquire at J7SV, Main street. jalf at lowest rates, at t a, lOBecond street. det I IOCSBs UJT--l.ANIi-VaeanI lots: also. I I aeeral haaaa and lots in different part . the city; also, three acres of land on ; coma avenue, near Chelsea Brick Chureh. "d a very desirable rami :ear Memphis. All an oftuese aillliesoia l.o FoKCASIl.O time, (.eod baigains will be given. Ai TH"MA5 1.KONA1UI, : Maiu stri. to HIT lit L,- A N 1) HoKsK? yi s e st:,!,;,., o, s Jefferson street. I or sale at Planters flerson street. EI'r.ANKC KNOTTS. Rl 11 'ENCE M J-story frame residence in the town of Raleigh; house conlaiu- . seven rooms, with mt-housea, and gcsK,' -11 or water : there l- a 11 ery stable on the j -Li--. , i ant.i-.iu. I he lot Main- nearly two -,cres. and .- all undet l nee. It 'is oneof the most eligible and althy .oca: rant m the county . lieing con- rjs to th.-minciiil springs. Eortermaup- im on the premises, or to w. Meaiek. At lor- c-at-Law . No. a: Mdis,,n street, clt. rfect. HENKl Till. CELEB. Ili.ALK STREET I Shelby ..'!. la-twecn Maiu and Also. I'.kk k Stokehoi-se ami i Main, ! low B- ale Oreul bar- to an iramdlate purchaner in CeS. IVKTER, TREZEVAMT CO. land in Scott count) Bolivar county. Miss.: land in (Georgia. Eot ,.iap s- NEWT IN. care . cond st., Memphis. AND J I" acres of Miss.: acres u; acres oi rich coal laun In i sr'.ieular call on. or addrew I -hour A Simpson, second J INT ATION -On the river, flfly miles be- I .uu Memphis, ior sale; rents pay ovei . e er. per cent, on Ui" priceaaked. Inquire Ed. Tavior at Ta 1 r A Rutland's) or of R. E. TAYLOR. s al Holly Spring. M's. El . At a bargain, a sock ot i anwawaw, .vik Jan I vRL'os. 1 ' drugs and furnitnre - pply at :;! Main ulnita. I ! proved rcaldenc. al Oill's station, 2 east of the city, on Memphis dt Charies- i..ii Railroad, and in a rplendld neishlsir- .. od. Apply to SOUTHERN LIKE INS. 00. It- METAL EK-llenl for babbltlic- Vppij at AEI'EAL OKKICt. T 'NdlNE A a-hore power engine and 't boiler, with pumps and a lot of 10-lncti err. inquire al tvtij r, i -lt. Ii M a A HAMS STREET. sale. t'LEs AND HORSE-Alway. a: South Court street. leUt J- B. EAIRESA- OA I aEANTATIONr HOrsE-Fnur , li-il'ENCE-BANKINij h.,uh.: i..iut.tlons 11 i - Ciiunties of Boll var.Ooahonia and Desoto, , m residence and banking-houae. . .- M. J. WICKB. I EXASi i.Nirs (f various qualltiea, quan- tltiea and locations, for sale very low, oi i mm for nothing but the taxes, which are -JUL Apply to R, L. STEELE. noil 1Kb Front mrcct. Mempbia. FOR RENT. 'WO TENEMENTS On Moaby street. Mo. 1 aud ISO. Apply u lafl H. CLAY KINO. 11 Madiaon si. ( K AB-HTAND For i Mam sir t.nt. Inquire at No. Ja21 I 'l KMSIIEU ROOMS-flu a month, ami I BtaU tcrulshed front room, at 4-j Desoto "et, corner of I 'nlon. Ja21 ITS USE - With nine rooms. Inquire at an I.KSOTt) STREET. SbEMBLY HALL, :k: Main street, far eon .'V carts, leetarea. taalla, etc. Apply to iTd. conaVay, ie under Hall. i 1 1 'RE'S- No. II? and US Main street ; jm.t i location and cheap rent. Jala ' ITTAUK The Hwlas Cottage on Shelby V ' atreet. Apply to aJ7 J. aC B1UELOW, CT Mate atreet. i SITTAOE A neat eotiajeon I'nionavenne, containing three- looms, hall and kltehan. A i ply at W, Marshall avenue. Jail SIDENCE One large residence, Willi two acre ol ground, ueai state female laaa. Aaply ta rOmD, rtllllt OO, Ri MiM -Kurulsfaed; :i Main arteel . tm I.M-.ijN'I J op-stalrK. Kv R KEN i office, first nooi nine agency, 2371,. 9 lean MEI suit ibie for iniUIner ot linger Sewing Ma- N A W1LU.XIX. . t neeofH MB I ASli I , mil. half ac i iiion ; y .-si; a gl i .lace, ac -. leo, 11 large SASH, whicl snt, If dealred. For terms ol . i roil i 1.--I Madison si reel, lie- m, siiiiable lor irisii- booae. Apply ut t . IIKINKI.EY, A Madiaon street. .i re, t uiruplki , ion line, fourteen anil a due stale of culli- aiid large strawberry aix rooms, la on the aud hcd adjoining. I will sell lo ten etc., apply lo CT veiiui-.iirkiii .i.-. . 1 n-w milt. M. MAOK N V. OFFICES-Three good offices in the Flan I - era' iuanrance Company's Building for reaU Apply to ite PLANTERS INSl'RANCE CO,, dat No. al Maalaaa trtaC . vFFlCES Two large front offioea, aecond - J auiry: also . Mot age room, i A. r Al.I.r.i. OO. jus Front street, la tweeu Madiaon ami LOST. -10LLN AMI CABi Is paid to any p ..I case lost or taken 1 li i Mi. J.ii.Handuerke V. Main street. No ou -flu REW ARD-W'lU .rty returning a violin oiu a ImggA b.lollBln -, at l.aug cigar store, st i.mis will l,e aske.i . SALE OR EXCHANGE. ,'KANKLIN H goal river PKlKor cltv Dropenv, plautalioii, the Iraiiklm u Mahama. The building nstructed of brick, I nr. i is sixty rooms. Is occupied nd is the most popular eat in, aud Chaile-toti is ubaianilally oouatructei stories high and baa sixty I b) a goo I t euaiit, and is the tug Man. I on tne Memphll llallnaul A pply to lain i,DY, M. ( LELLAN OO 'ARM My farm 1 miles from Men new cottage of 4 i ..iit-baildlngs, pleut umltnre, atock, a wii.i. axcHASO pnpertj'. rc or to M. ad C. R. R-, Ave t acres; It has ih all neoaaaa water; will aell al Implements ill improved alts J.J. nnl. PERSONAL. irR J.W STODDARD, Marion, Arkansas I Von will I kind enough to return the Kray horse, which was leil with vou i .i -sfe keeping. t ACKKKMANN, Ml Front sir eel Memphis, Jaimary is, UPl. jail . M VI.L-l'.'iX VI RSE An ezpeneuoed gen 7s II. man nurse can la? obtained b addrc ., r J. W. B Appeal office. That small trunk of plated pewtei is at the police headquarters awaitiug n claimaut. The grand ball of the B'uai Brith at the Memphis Club Hall last uitrht was a -ii. of the first order. We sent the heftiest represenUitive of the hill-posting profession to tne lat Cincinnati Convention, of that guild. The courts will adjourn to-day, out of respect to the memory ot tM. Beecn- e-r. who died Sunday night. The WorKlngmen's Building and I ...an Association meets Tuesday eve¬ ning at seven o'clock in the office of the Southern Life Insurance Company. James P. Baggatt was admitted to the office, or rather privilege, of prac¬ ticing as an attorney at the Memphis liar. He wa admitted bv Judge Heis- WL There will be a meeting of lawyers in the First Chancery Courtroom, at ten o'clock this morning, to make ar¬ rangements for the funeral of Ed. Beecher. The following patent was granted southern inventor, in the last week in December: Device for making artificial honev-comb: Joseph Williams, Bean's station, Tennessee. The County Court will assemble to day to hear the minutes read, then adopt thein, and adjourn with the happy conviction that they have done a big thine lor their country during the past twenty days. The rotarv engine got a new heater recently whicli will keep up lotirteen Munds of steam all the time. There is to a trial of sad. and force, ami efficiency, and all that sort of tiling. i this machinery very soon. J. S. Hatcher ft Ci., our young anil enterprising Isjok merchants, .No. ::17 Main street, have made another dona¬ tion ol a rare and valuable lasik to the Memphis Library Cruikthanl:' Al- iiinnai , from ls3." to 1 S-"4 . handsomely Wound. The iermau National Bank insti¬ tutes suit in the First Circuit Court to obtain Kissession of ten shares of their sis k, which it is alleged i unlawfully detained by A. M. Boyde, Receiver of ibe Frauklin Insurance Company, which ceased operations iu '07. Out of sixty-six cases of sudden death recently investigated, it wa- found that two only occurred from heart -descase. Congestion of the lungs aud apoplexy made away with fifty-five of them. The investigation was rigidly carried out by competent physicians of Kdinburg. Billy Fare did not act fair on the PM AJ.liu. He was caught walking away with towels and such things from the boat yesterday mornihg, and thus placed himself iu antagonism with the law. The Recorder thought it best to reiuire of Billy a Ixmd of two thousand dollars, or else go to jail to answer, which Billy did. The news of the death of Major Ed¬ ward A. Beecher, whicli took p'lace at his i evidence on the Raleigh road, ulsiut five miles from Memphis, took the community by surprise yesterday morning. He was not absent from our eyes more than a few days, and no no¬ tice of his indisposition had la-en given, aud hence we were the more surprised to hear of his taking off He died of pneumonia. We refer our readers to our editorial columns for a more extend¬ er i notice. The following is a list of the Crimi¬ nal Court Grand Jury for the term which commenced yesterday. When they were sworn in Judge Flippen gave them a short oral charge, in which he directed their attention specially to the carrying of concealed weajsins, and also dwelt at some length on the violations of the Sabbath by dealers in liquors: E. M. Appertain, foreman; W. S. Bru-e, (Sam¬ uel Davids, T. C. Park, W. O. Lofland I S. Dav, H. A. Partee, J. Steele, (i falls. Carrinirtoii Mason, V. F. Tavlor. J. L. Verser, William McDonald. -The Youiik Men's Christian Assts-i- tion, we have learned, has apKinted :t committee, who is actively at work with a view of getting up a grand union festival, to lie held ill the Assembly Hnll, in which each church in the city it to furnish a table during tile festival, which will be held for one week. The committee is meeting with abundant success. Each church, so far as has u-en seen, has agreed to c. -operate heartily, and the prosiiects bid fair to result in one of the grandest things ever attempted in this city. The proceed - are to la- applied to the Young Men's I'ulilic I.ibrarv, wlm-ii is destined lo do great good. -The want of a pro-r pursuit in life a great misfortune. We liud that six ul of every seven convicts iu the peni- i-ntiarv wen- never taught how to do anything. The total numlier ol convicts untitled in the M-!iiteiniary amount to 14: the various vocations at the time of i-onviction lieing: operator, 1 ; en¬ gineers, J; liarliers. Id; blacksmiths, Ii; -Ins-makers, 1: painters, 17: carisMi- lers, 10; turners, -I; mason, I; tailors, ;. harness-maker, ii brick-moulder-, coojiers. farmers. Ii; tinner, 1; n i luni-i, i; ntiu'iiers, sione- uuers, liaker, 1 ; coach and wagon makers, sailor, 1: uo trades, boo. It is this lack of knowledge of skilled labor, and not merely a want of education, that . prove- dangerous. The economical County Court hav- ing determined no: m pay tor neao- i tantrds for pauTs, there is much trouble i Iready ea-riencis a- u result oi me ; saving. A pesir man was mined in one ; f thtise unmarked grave- a tew day.- ago, and now tne stranger s orouiei comes to town s-ekiug his remains, with the intention oftakingthem to some civ- j lli.e.) county. 'The Sifuires, while voting : themselves five dollars ier day for do¬ ing nothing, show their Christianitv and taste by deciding that paupers shall i not have bead-lioarils telling their liuiue- Rattle his bum s Over lilt- MOU, Km In otii a iiauper, whom u yowu. is Uie doxology of Uie court. A colored brother, who is devoted 1 heart aud soul to what he considers his improvement ami advancement, went along Adams street yesterday wheeling a band-can before him, aud repeating a sermon half aloud. He is studying for the ministry. He had just touched that part of his oratiou Where the prayer ought to come in, and was instructively ruiaiughv) Voii to a loud loue and la- i-oiiiiiig fervent, when a little Uty, rid ing a horse, ran upon him aud tumbb-i him over. He mingled his prayer with sum. choice ciirsn his leet again. He Dr. II hi sou Answer, fnzzlera INmera-A Ueamillon Wanted. Editok Appkal iteferriug to Mi. Watson's communication in the Sunday Aratawhc, I desire to ask him two iiuestious: First Does he claim that at the inter¬ view between Dr. Graves and Mr. Fos¬ ter, he or any one else there present smi¬ th pencil " without any physical hand'' write Mrs. Graves's name? His words imply as much, but there should be no uncertainty or doubt concerning what in -ucu matters is onered as a iact. Second What is Mr. Watson's defi¬ nition or idea of spirit? Webster defines it to be iiii-material, the opposite of ma¬ terial. How, then, does it beooaM ios- -ilile for the material eye to ' that w hich is not material? I have been in formed tliat Mrs. Hollis insisted that she possessed the power to materialize a spirit, to make it pahiable to the senses of seeing, feeling and neanng. is not tbat arrogating a power hitherto claimed alone for Christ ? w. r. PERSONAL. Mr. Trkadwell, who returned to the city yesterday, has OUr thanks for a full file of New Orleans paiers of Sat¬ urday. Mr. Frank Arthcr, the avanf i-ou- ! for Mr. John E. Owens, the cele¬ brated comedian and original "Solon Shingle," arrived at the Overton Hotel last evening. Mr. Owenscommeuces an engagement at theOraud Operahousc on Monday night. I iENKRAL W. S. FEATHERSToN, Mis¬ sissippi ; R. L. Knox, Mississippi; J. C. Harris, Alabama: M. S. Stokes, Phila- dephia; Dr. W. W. I.ea, Tennessee; J. B. Allan, Tennessee; W. R. Dowling, N. w York; F. F. MeUehee and James Olivar, Mississippi, are at the Pealsxlv Hotel. .Majoi: W. .1. Svkes has returned to the city. He has not. a.- the Columbia A raid says, assumed editorial control ot the Nashville Journal of Couunin . I .ui he is editorially connected with it, unit will take charge of the railroad de¬ partment. In this he is "the right man in the right place," certainly. directing the t'ounty susiH-nd collections red companies in this the County-Attorney may have made iigreed cases, was ap¬ plied to K. F. Duncan, Railroad Tax- Collector for the county. I.OOKINU OCT F'OR NEW IJl ARTKRs. Whereas, The- time for which the county of Shclbyjl rolds the property now used for a courthouse and county offices is drawing to a close; it is therefore or¬ dered, that J. I. 'JCrezcvant, E. Pulliam, W. A. Bickford, H. Irby, audN. Hill lie apixiiuted a comnrittee to receive propo¬ sitions for the sale of suitable grounds on which to erect buildings for county purposes, making a full report as to the time for the expii-a.tion of our leases un¬ der contract, and all other matters con¬ nected with court offices, aud report the result of their in .estigations to the next term of this court, for its further ac¬ tion. The petition id the Turner Associa¬ tion was referre d to Squires Speliman and Winters, to reisort at the next term. Seventy-five i iollai- was ordered to be paid to B. F. A) rmstroug, as a mouths' rent for the asyl um for the poor. Robert E. Lo;igue gave bond as not ary public. Ordered by t.he court, That the tax books in posses siou of the chairman, iu eluding those for the year 1871, be turn ed over to the t ierk of the First Circuit Court. IVII.IjlA.M M 'l.EAN. The case of Mr. William McLean, which was the big thing ol the tlay, wa disiKwed of in i l measure. Mr. William McLean, Tax-Collector tor 1871, haviu g presented his errors aud insolvencies fo r mat year. It is hereby ordered that the same be accepted and approved, and that said William McLean, Tax-Collector afore¬ said, have era iit as follows, on tax liook of 1871. This account was submitted and referred t 8puires Brooks, Irby and Walker: 1 -or ai 'count StfiU: tax ETJIM 2: Por aoooaat cot mty iax 7, lot s Ki.r accouut tississippi Kiver Rail¬ road tax l,77i 0 ! merest on uhh i Itailroad coujmhis :!,-Vi3 1-J .linlsraents aetJnat county ,I..VC I.' Selina, Marion :nd Memphis Riiilruml s,M I Sch.Hil-tax nol is I,HS7 M Tolnl . .!. HIS Ki Ordered tha it the Clerk of the court certify said ct tnlit to said McLean. The committee made the following reMirt : We have e: utmineil the said reiirt ol the Tax-Colh ictor, and find the follow¬ ing eo' ectiolis without order of the court : Kver ci edited ta M. K. Coclirau ASM Kv. mplions of eliurcli nniia rlv ,i,i Credit lo l. W. .Appertain 2,ucu redit lo It. t .. Brinklev 7,IOu .Hempliis ftiiildiiig auil ShvIiiks Aaaad. lion. rm m mun i i,i:m:ki. bnl desire lo live In their own homes b.v Ia3'lag fo this Association (he ainoaal Hi. .t are now paying for rent, ami at the name time pay ina- the money toward liqnldatinK the debt on their home, nilldo well by calling- on the Seerclary, Xo. 41 Madiaon sir. i i bac. enl . for a copy ot the eoiiatitntion and by-law a. "Sereral hundred shares are nol vet anbacrilied l-r " N. M l KM. Neeretary. tOPAKINKlTsiilP X0TKK. Mr. U. Baum has been admitletl a member of our firm, dating from Janu¬ ary Ik ls";i- The style of the firm will hereafter be A. SEESSKL SON CO. We believe the church proiiertv to la? exempt by la w, aud there is a probabil- ity that theri are orders for the other j credits, as tbte orders may lie made in ' the names of the parties who are now .wuers. We have no means of ascer- ; tabling the c wrectness of the numls?r of jKills; the a ovulations were generally enixect. The report m received and filed. Oniei-wer e given to look out for a cheap piaceon which to erect a suitable pest-house. The county will act in con¬ junction witl i the city in this respect. The court i.hen adjourned. 1. IH'A 1 . ITK1UU Go to L tddin"'s Business College. Attend Robertson's Business Col lege. Attend J. Mciok's Dancing Acade¬ my, iJ3 Main. Armstrong's Photographic Gallery, No 21 1 Main street. TSiree faultless gem pictures for ti'ty cents. Messrs. A. Seessel & Son la?g to return thanks to their friends for tlie liberal patronage extended to them, and solicit a continuance of the same for the new firm. M km en is. January 3i. IS7S. Walnct P1.A1 k, Miss., May t, HHJL 1 certify that Sawyer's Pain Extractor lias cured eight consecutive cases of cliarUin within Uie last two weeks. It has not failed iu a single instance. It is also an infallible cure for rhumatism. head and toothache, stings, burns, cuts, etc j. 0 m inter. I'renarcd only by J. J. Gage, drug¬ gist, No. '2te Main street, Memphis, Tennessee. LAW REPORTS. Nr-ond Circuit t'onrt Halaey, Judge. Garnishees summoned for this term must appear ami make answer to-day. Gentlevjkn who wish to dress ele- gautly,and at the same time save money, should go at once to Waggener's, 31 7$ Main streets He is doing a C. O. D. busi¬ ness no b; id debts; small profits. The Memphis 'lty Fire" doea a I'lre and Martne Knatness: ofHee It Madiaon street. The purtst aud sweetest Cod Liver Oil in the world is Hazard & Caswell's, matle on tl e sea-shore, from fresh se¬ lected live is, by Caswell, Hazard & Co.. New Yort;. It is absolutely pure and sweet. P it icnt- who have once taken it prefer it; Jo any other. For sale by all druggisu , Insure h Mil the Memphis City I'lre aud (General l.csnnranre Company; office 10 Stndlaon it reea. haneery t'ouri eel lor. Walker. lian- To-day is motion day. A meeting of the members of the Bar will lie held at test o'clock this morning in the First ( 'haneery ( ourt-room, for the purpose of making arrangements to attend the fu¬ neral of the late F. A. Beecher. I I rat haneery (nan eellor. Iiircn The case of Belcher vs Wicker-ham Mas resumetl and concluded yesterday, and taken under advisement. On ac¬ couut of the death of Major K. A. lieecher, court adjourned till to-morrow. The members of the Bar are requested to meet at this court-rtHim at ten o'dotjk this morning. For r tNT, a few excellent rooms, suitable ifar business offices, or sleeiiing rooms. Apply to UUV, Mi CLKLLAN ft CD. Joe L ocke, 23ti Main street, has a large at i-ortment of stationery, Itooks and all the late monthlies, weeklies and dailies. A1I-8EHENTS. Wrand Operations.-. Last night Mr. Bishop apis-ared in his speciality of Upper Ten and fwer Twenty, supported by a good company. The play is n tended as a picture of mod¬ ern life, ami hence is entitled a "society play." What is precisely meant by "so¬ ciety play" is not clearly stated. It has become a conventional term, which does not mean much. .The Upper Ten and Loin r Tucnty play is meant to give a contrast between the richer ami the poorer classes of society. But soci¬ ety is not made up of the upper ten and lower twenty ; there is a very large class that do not belong to either list, and that class form what would lie projierly called society. . The play as presented on the stage of the Grand Operahouse last night was decidedly u good tiling. The company made the mo-d. of the lit¬ erary dish that the author presented to the players. The most was made of the material they had. The scenery and projierties were particularly good, aud worked with remarkable ease and satis¬ faction. It must e alio wed that the whole thing was a success; and we hope that the success may I continued dur¬ ing the week. Memphis Thenter. Sir Patrick Short aud the managers of the New Memphis Theater have "cut the laiards and gone to sawdust.'' James Robinson's great circus company have taken iKissession of the ground where histrionics, male aud lemal were wont to strut their little hour on the stage. That jsirtion of the theater behind the footlights has undergoue a complete metamorphosis. riIlj, forty feet in diameter has been erected ou the stage, and last night, when the cur tain rose with a full house in (rout and twelve horses and riders in the ring, a cheer arose Irom every part of the audi t'.rium. The g rand mtrt, as it is termed, was gone through with all that "-ial aud spirit which characterizes .the first class circus in the balmy days under canvas. After an unique ladder per- lormance by Mr. George lie rious, whicli was well received, Master 1 larence Robinson, a juvenile of about twelve vears of age. appeared iu his great bareback feat of horsemanship, and it is sufficient praise to the little gentle man to say that liefore many years pass over 111s head, tor trrace, anility and dar ing, his accomplished father will require to look to ins laurels. Miss Watson ais peared in a brilliant act of equestrian¬ ism, and was ranturous v applauded After this talented lady came the Nelson lamny lather and two sons, who re¬ ceived plaudit.- again and again repeated 101 me very admirable manner 111 whicli iney executed their gymnastic feats. Mr. Frank Pastor, who, within the past few years, lias achieved a first-class reputa¬ tion as a pad rider fully sustained it last night, from the artistic manner in which he turned forward aud back somersaults while tlnr horse was runuiug at fulj speed. Mr. James Robinson, " the great champion bareback rider " of the world, did not appear until the third act, but when he really did make his appearance he took the audience completely by storm. Mr. Robinson has been for many years be¬ fore the world as an equestrian, pre¬ eminent, aud as he has appeared in every city on this continent, and in ali the great cities of the old world, with¬ out ever having met a competitor that would accept his challenge, it is not at all astonishing that last night onhis ap¬ pearance after an interval of many years, he carried all liefore him, and the cheering was most enthusiastic. After the " gallant gray " which he has rode so many vears had performed his iiart. and Mr. Robinson had showed himself a icrfcct eentaur, a handsome brown steed was introduced, ami by way of encore numberless daring feats were performed on the back of the handsome steed, and the wonderful rider received a most enthusiastic recall, and he came to the center of the ring and mod¬ estly bowed his acknowledgments. The entertainment is far superior to anything of the kind ever given iu Memphis, and was spiced by the amus¬ ing jokes of the clowns," Burke and Kemp, sandwiched by first-class tumbling and leaping, will be repeated this evening, when the house is certain to lie crowd¬ ed. The most surprising part of the en¬ tire lerformance, however, is the fact that the iierforniers did not ach the city till half-jast seven o'clock at night, yet uie curtain rose a tew minutes alter eight o'clock. Thai there was a tier- forniance at all the public have to thank Sui'crinteiident Burke and Mr. Sell Howell, of the Mississippi and Ten¬ nessee railroad, the latter having vol¬ unteered to go with a special train and bring the troupe to the city iu time for the performance, which he acconiplish- i i. there being no such word as "fail" iu s-ell s viM'abularv. The Italian Hall Will take place to-morrow uight at Cochran Hall. This is an annual ball got up by the Societa di Unioue e Fra- tellan.a ltaliana, and who will make it a great success. Coclirau Hall will be filled to-morrow night with a splendid gathering of the citt of our Italian citi¬ zens, and the nail will be equal to any of its predecessors in the splendor and beauty of its attendants. John K. Owens. The great comedian is coming at last. He will be here on Monday next, and will appear at the Operahouse as " De- Boots," in Eicrylody' x Friend, and as " Solon Shingle " iu the play of that name. Mr. Arthur, the avant courier of the man who makes people laugh, arrived here yesterday, and reports as above. Of course our people, one and all, will prepare for the advent of an artist who has uo superior and few equals. John H. Naxe. The wittiest poet of his time will shortly la? here and deliver one or more lectures, such as he ouly can get up, un¬ der the auspices of the Memphis Libra¬ ry Association. Our friend, Mr. Tracy, will have the management. This alone will lie a guarantee to our citizens of ierfect success. Prepare for Saxe. during the morning, but warmer and cloudy at night. By Telegraph. Nashville, January 2u. The river is rising, with six and one half feet water 011 Harpeth Hhoals. The weather cloudy and pleasaut. Arrived: John Lumwlen, Cairo. B kw Orleans, January "Si. Arrived : Mary Houston, Louisville; John B. Maude, Chicot City; Jennie Howell, Arkansas river; Susie Silver, Memphis. No departures. Weather clear and pleasant. Cairo, January -J fc Arrived: James D. Parker, Cincinnati. :ip.m.: uo de¬ partures. The Columbus packet failed to make trips yesterday ami to-day, but will to-morrow if tiie present" mild weather continues. River ha- risen 7 iftobes. Weather cloudy and warmer. Evansvillk, January Id. Weather cloudy and mild to-day. Snow fell last night. Mercury ranges from ,'i3 to -M". Rivet fallen lu inches. Port list down Potomac, 1:2 noon. Up: Fayette, 10 1 presented by the Supervising Iusjajctars a.m.; Robert Mitchell, tip.m.; Shannon ! 111 the Second, Seventh and Fighth di ready to leave. Busines active. J tricts. Sujervising Inspector-! ieneral Cincinnati, January J'. The river I Nimmo announces the following stam!- Orlean.i, betw-en Thomas Meagher a rook, and Bob Powell, a deck hand, re¬ sulting in the former being dangerously cut with a dirk-knife. Tbeknife-slinger escaped. Saturday's St. Louis fCepuWcan says: "Captain Thorwegan went down toCa- roinlelel Thuryilay night aud raised steam on the Great Republic, deter¬ mined that the gorge should not catch him unawares. Several other steam- boatmen sat up ou the wharf I units to witnes the crash, but it did not oonic worth a cent." The mail line steamer Joueral Buell wa- raised at Madison htst Mriday and went to Cincinnati to go on the ways. The officers of the Big Sunflower re- airt the Yazisi river as having risen seven feet near the fVait of Honey Island, tha rise being chiefly from a tributary of that stream, near the island. On Friday last, at Washington, the Hoard of Sujsirvisliig InsMSln held a meeting, at which annual renins were STEAMBOATS. KAK.dK FOB SALE. A BAR". K, one rear old, ILi feet long. 1" f t A. wide, with ciirgo box; no at tl;e i.s.t -t Witsl'itiirton -:r.-. :. Annly t, -learner T. K. kert, or Id A. K ARIL W r - FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. ' ?lem pill- m.l Arkanaaa River Faefcet : (.. I.s Mini till-. .,r I ill I. K... t. - 1 lAgaaYILLI. . A.l .m . mas'. : : Leaves IHLRsiliAl, January ' J. ai iqcujcx i'.ni. si..- a .1 stop I..-, freight at Utile Rock, for point.. :irsive, , lue-!e. tmeT fOi sj,,;;,,. JOMM N. II A RBI M, Agent, iw.'I OlMe, No. 1 Promenade street. COTTON FACTORS. HUGH TORRANCE & SON, COTTON FACTORS AM) uFKR.U. t'oi.mii.Hsioii 'If reliant 10 Jefferson Street. Titus Bls'k, ojip. .Commercial Hotel FOR CINCINNATI. C'lneiunati and Memphis i'acket Co. for 1 :ii rn, Kvansi 1 lie, Ixiuisvilli anil tine in nail. ing committees for the year is,(., mot piles of Westeru rivers, Messrs. Ste¬ phenson, Burnett and Bonus; lo:l ers and machinery, Law, Rodg- ers and Deveuuey; pilot rules fo¬ lates and seaboard, Rah'h. Ijiw and Stephenson; lire apparatus, Meushaw, ltalnll and Itrulirers- ;i mend men la til law, Uulthrie, Stephenson and Burnett; I "''nku printing and niank lorui-. iJeveimey, llenns and ;ulthrie; safety valves, j gauges, etc., Rodgers, Deveuuey ami j Menshaw: rules and regulations, Benns, ! Houston and Stephenson; discipline oil licensed officers, Burnett, Uulthrie and i Ifllllth- Hlililnil -. ...ri. i '. . - - I W'Ven. ! ney and Law. The local jiackets, Cheek and Phil Alliu, went out last uight with fair trips. During the winter of ls-js the steamer Rosalie was ice-bound at Napoleon, with seven other steamers, for two or three days. The Fridera. one of the lioats, had her side stove in while lying at the wharf boat. She was kept from siuking by the efforts of the crews of the other steamers, who rushed to her assistance. In ISa.;, the Daniel Web¬ ster, a New Orleans and Va.op packet, was compelled to stop below the mouth of the azoo, ieing unable to reach it on account of the Mississippi ice. The Yaoo was frozen solid at its mouth, and iieople crossed it on foot. In the same year two negro bauds of the steamer Globe were found frozen to death among some cotton bales on the New Orleans levee. The attorneys of the Memphis bar are requested to meet this j Tuesday) morniug, at half-past nine o'clock, at the courtroom of the First Chancery Court, to take action upon the death of Major Ed. A. Beecher. Wan tED to rent a residence, near the cen fer of the city. Address A. B. C. this ofB be. ad if re- rVAG iuknrr, 317 Main street, has the finest 1 r.erchant-tailoring establishment 111 the lity ; the largest assortment of goxlsi nesh from the hands of the im¬ porter. So.Ml n iMKS a tsild will not yield to or¬ dinary Tnmf flifW liecausc of the severe inltam malion of the delicate lining of the tuA.e.s through whicli the air we breath ei is distributed to the lung-. Tl obstruction produces paiu and soreness, hoarseness, cough, difficulty of breath- ing, he -tic fever, and spitting of blood, niattel or phlegm, linallyjexhaustiug the streugtli of tin patient, and developing very s 11 ious disease. Dr. Jayne's Ex- iectoraut seldom fails to remove these sympt inns by relieving the lungs of all OOfttlttKing matter, and healing all sore¬ ness. JPIeurisy, Asthma, and Bronchitis, arc I ik .e wise cured by this standard rem¬ edy, .-jFid the reputation it has main¬ tained -for over thirty years, affords the liest g la&raiity of its merits. Sold every - wherev; No uigars or tobaccos sold in my sta- tionei'j) store Joe Locke, 3M Main suee!. All the pictorials ten cents j each. Dailies from all sources live cents j each, and other papers iu proportion Joic LocnL at 1286 Main street, sells : Ltsten and Weekly for fifteen cents, or any 'lio paiers of the same grade at j that price. BLACK LYONS SILKS. t'lrat Ureal! t'ouri Helskell, Judge. The court will meet this morning, aud without transacting any business, iourn over until to-morrow, out sss't to the memory of Major Ed. A. Beecher, deceased, late a member ol the Kar. Al the services of the jurors will not I wanted to-day. they need not attend till to-morrow morning. The daily sessions of the court, for the pres- 1 iii, will Is- from half-past inn lock ! in the morning to hall-past twelve iu I the afternoon, and from two to four in ' the afternoon. Yesterday's calendar I was disposed of 011 the call. The name j of James P. Baggett was admitted to the I roll of attorneys. To-morrow the follow - ; in:: 1 :i-e will'ls- for trial : 196K, Jefferson ! el al vs Shelby county ; 1U71, same vs same: lio, sat'ne vs same; liniO, Acad¬ emy ol the Christian Brothers vs Efeiby; ;s, Maasey, use, vs 1'ark; lltt, Harrigan j vs Devalle; 1-b, Ttsif, Phillips, k Co. vs Rice A Engel; Leftwich, ad'x, v ' l ite: !', Anderson, ad'i, vs Morgan, lad'x, et al; L'W, same vs same; !4), ! Treni, ad'r, vs Pattlson et al; 146. Shel- tou, guardian, vs Kenton; I'si, Ayers, trustee vs Sherwood, Carnes A Co.; 154, 0 iss. L-.ville vs Cicalla, ad'r; 1M, Snyder ' The oalauce of oui slock of Lyons vs Baiu: It.", Cross Shariie, I'Hi, Rob- Silkst, in gros-grain and POntta d Soie: et ts vs Krluklev; llopmns vs inck- also, evening siiks, 111 uie new neutra. inson; -.4, illiam liriffiu vs ,s. Y . Fowlkes, ex'r; ureen vs nose; aw, Bolton vs Berlin; 258, Boiling VS (iriud- rdd A BrKik; .4'., tJreeti vs Hawthorn; 17, Hill, ad'r, vs Smith A Wright; 'JK Brinkle vs Evans; Courtney vs Toof, Phillips A Co. ; Lannom et al v.i Thurston, ad'r, et al; 299, Rose, ex'r, vs Giles, ad'r; 339, Oldliam vs Ponton A P.ron; :4o, Hillman vs Smith. THE RIVER. Kapid Rise at Cairo and Cincinnati Heavj Ice Running at Cairo The Gorge Above There Expected to More To-laj. Steamers Loading at St. bonis for the Sonth RiTer Telegrams Weather Moderating Launch of the Hatchir- River Tug Evelyn. Cotton Receipts by River Yesterday lt.i.j Bales Exports 3CS Bales Miscella¬ neous News Receipts of Pro¬ duce Increasing. Hi. nls l.eavlna"Jfo Hay. St. l.ouls.. I'lTV OF ClIKSTBK in a.m Wittabnrg ..St. Kk am is 3 ..m White river Leo At. Tkniikr .'i jetu Napoleon A.J. Wnma 5 p.m Kvmis die 1 til. 1: M l 1.1 J..IH Nov Orleans. .John Kvi.t: - Uajn New Orleans I.n DTAXA- - aJB Arrivals. M. r'niuei- .... t runk Forrest .. li. W. Cheek Phil Allin... t'tly of Chester.. lllencoe ...... uMswltd Friink Forrest., ti. W.i he. k . Phil Allln tilcticoe i Itv of Chester. U'ilNl.iir M.Jaales Ptriul ..Hales Polnl ..Friars INiInt t'airii Ciiiro ....Kvansville Ueimrfnrea. ...Hales 1'oinT Mules l'olnt ...-Friars Point New Orleans Port. st. Friincis. Idlewlkl- tintK, are offered at lower prices, prior to stix'k -taking. MKNKKN HKOTIIKK&. fHK cheapest aud best Steam Dyeing ano Clkaninu MorsK iu the city is at :4r Second street, Hunt A Hanson's old HANSON A WALKKR. SrHINu SKb&ION. Memphis Female . .-ciuinai v niteii- VVediie-iiay nn.riiin'.', fore lie eot 011 1 Jd. at W2 Shelby street Mrs. Anna l. N:t Kit.. net! the course Haile, l'rincipal. rnlgia. 0 I-Jc-onomy For gentlemen to send their lull and winter clothing 10 be cleaned or dywl aud repaired, to Hankon A W ai.k- KK, 'J4k Keivtid Htreel, for they lil.tke a specialty of (hat kind of work. Instantaneous cure for nen- W. Jones A Co. sell it. 151 ers ana Weather. I'p to a late hour last uight we had no positive information that the river as ojien below St. Louis, but the weather lieing moderate, there will probably bo advices received to-day or to-morrow of one or more tsjats for the South from St. Louis. Heavy ice was running from the Mississippi past Cairo all day yesterday, coming, doubtless, from a gorge above there that interfered considerably with navigation, and there is considerable ice in the lower Ohio, but not enough to close navigation. The Arkansas at last accounts was falling slowly, with a four foot channel to Little Rock, and White river has nearly five feet to Jacksonport ; the other lower tributaries are rising slowly and all have a fair boating . stage of water. Signal Service telegrams received last evening eport the following changes in other atreams: At Cairo a rise ot nearly eight feet; at (Cincinnati a rise of teii feet live inches; at Louisville a rise of ten he-lies : at Nashville a rise of two feet tbree inches, and at Pittsburg a de¬ cline of two feet one inch. Here the river has fallen six inches, and now -Mantis twelve feel four inches above low water mark. Tbare is a channel depth of twenty -Ave test at Cincinnati, and nineteen' feet two inches at Cairo. The weather yesterday was mild and oooi is 21 feet deep and rising rapidly. Twelve tow-boats with coal arrived from Pitts¬ burg to-day. Weather cloudy and threatening rain. Thermometer 40. PiTTSBi'KO, January J". The river is falling slowly, with ten and one- half feet water in the channel. Weather cloudy, with a light fall of snow. Con¬ siderable ice running. Thermometer 39. The coal fleet has not yet departed, ow¬ ing to the ice; will probably leave to¬ morrow. St. Lol is, January 31. The river is stationary. Weather warm and rain at intervals. Departed: St. Josepb, Mem¬ phis. Navigation south is opened, and several lioats are receiving freight for the lower rivers; among them Julia, for Vicksburp; Richmond and Oreat Re¬ public for Xew Orleans, ant! St. Luke for the Ouachita. Seven feet water to Cairo. Vii KSltl Kt;, January 39. Down : Aati- bahd said Siek Long with. I'p: Com¬ monwealth anil City of Otiiney. Weath¬ er coltl. River rising. Louisville, January 30, -The river lias fallen U inches, with seven feet ten inches in the canal and live feet ten indies in the chute. The weather is cloudy and moderating, with a slight rain this evening. The mercury is at 4"i and, rising. Ice is melting, but c n- siderable yet in the river. The Bis- marek lelt for New t Irleaus this morn¬ ing; the Charles Bodmauu.C. B. Church and Autly Baum are working through the ice at the head of the canal, ami ex¬ pect to leave for Cincinnati this even¬ ing. Little Rock, January 20. Weather cloudy and warm, with indications of rain. River stationary, with four feet at this point. Steamers UoiBg Tcr-Day. The A. J. White, Captain Mark Cheek, leaves this afternoon at four o'clock for Napoleon aud all the bend landings. Messrs. Ed. C. Postal and Dan Sullivan are her (lopular clerks. The 'ity of Chester. Captaiu Zeigler, departs this tnomiug at ten o'clock for Cairo and St. Louis. The passenger steamer St. Francis, Captain John T. Bowman, will leave this evening at rive o'clock for Helena. Mariauna, the Cut-off", and all the usual way landings on the Mississippi river. Me.-srs. Sam. C. Paine, Billy Dean and Franklin are her secretaries'. The John Kyle leaves this afternoon at three o'clock for New Orleans direct. Mr. William Brown is purser. The l.eiral Tender leaves this eveuing at live o'clock for Devalis Bluff', Jack- sonjKirt and all wav InmHnrw Contain John Edson commands, and Messrs. George A lcoke aud William Miller are her clerks. The Idlewild backs out at five o'clock for Cairo, Evans ville and all intermedi¬ ate ioint.s. 1 I,.. . : i,,i.,i ..-111 .... - 1 1. ell.,:.. 1 " . 1 1 . . leave at Ave o'clock this e.venimr for 1 n.V,l!"."'i. Natchez, New Orleans and all lower landings. Tisi II menu. The chimneys of the ferrv-lxiat Ex¬ celsior, lying sunk at the ioot of Wash¬ ington street, fell overboard on Sunday. I By a telegram to Captain Ad. Storm, I we learn that the steamers Belle Mem- ; Ihs, St. Joseph, Julia and City of Vicks- urc were loading at SSt. 1.0111s on Sat¬ urday for this city and Vicksburg. llieM. L,ouis pajiers made considera¬ ble of a spread over their huge gorge when it broke last week, and the reisirt-: ers mere since then have had some little work to do, but they failed to get up a ve sensation, as was done bv th jiress of our own city. The St. Francis arrived yesterday , " from the St. Francis river, with eight ' GREAT SODTHERN RAILROAD hundred and eighteen bales of cotton, 9mmml oUUinjjftl! nalljftu"JJ. eleven hundred aud eighty sacks ofl SCHEDULE cotton seed, aud reshiptied forty-nine ' Express Train leaves Jilv, sundavs bales of cotton for New Orleans. This excepte.1 :::iua.m Sir. Potoiiiav, aster Frank Htein ..cleric SDAY, Jan. 13d, at .'ip.ro. ssage pply on t.'omp.iu'y W. P. WALKEK. sup't. FOR NEW ORLEANS. navldoa's While 4 ollar Mae. FOK SEW URLEAKS AM) TM E BKSIX. .John Kvlc. . M . H'lt'-lilnson raiuter ! w. Br-.n-u cle.-ii I., c es Tllis HAV. Jan. Jim. at H) a.111. Ai.plyltt K. W. UUHTBUKNK, Agent. ja2t 2ln Eront street. and Sew iirlnn. Feekel ' okij-;ans ami thk bkms Indiana. N'eul.. . iiianter 1 J. sttit Will leave THIS UA V.Jan. Jl Apply to E. W. lightbijr: STRATTON & WELLFORD, COTTON FACTORS AN D rominiHwion lerelianti HAVK KKM'VKI TO 8 and 10 Court St., Rkaii the advertisement of "Peremp¬ tory .Sales of Ileal Estate,'' by Royster, Trezevaut 4 C o., of valuable town lots in the Overton track, uext Thursday, and two small garden farms in the Pope tract, six miles from the city, ou Thurs¬ day following. J. II. 11 Aiil.KM.K. Merchant Tailor, and llotliirr, 31? M Main till SI. . FOR CAIRO AND riT. LOLLS, Memphis and St. Loala Paeket orapa For H.ckmati, ('olumbim, Cairo anil sit. stHiiraer i.ITY Or t'HF.- iKIl, A. .elgler .inasterj Leaves as above THIS UAY. JnBai-y at .0 o'cloett a.m. Ali. MTOKW, Treaaiirer. BKTWKKN MA I r'Ri T M'l FOR CAIRO AND EVAN8VILLE. tlcmphts and Kf.an ille Paeket 'o. Cairo iinrl ali Way Lainllncs to Evanavllle. Idlewild. E. R. Tlioinas. riera Bat, at .5 pan., posi- LOW1A BaSBM r Lcuvc THIS Il.W. Jl lively -. B. MILLER, AR.-nt. No. J Elliott Block. J21 lrom,-ii..l- -:re.-t. foot Jeffer-on FOB RED RIVER. t arter Line ..I Red lier Paekela. For Jefferson, Shreveport, Alexandria, Urand Ecore and way landings. Sir. KO. t'. WOLt- ' U. .i ,t r. master mis eieKuni ia.ssertaer steamer win .cave as above w r.Lrir-siiA l . January '.;.i. at i p.m. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, lain Maillson street. REMOVAL,. D. H. TOWNSEND, Cotton Factor AND GENERAL lOHMISSIOS MERCHANT, fAS remove.! o. In. J5a I'BIITT aireel L where he will he pleased lo aee ali bi friends and customers. H. W. FARLEY COTTON FACTOR AJf D Commission Merchant, 132 Pearl Street, P. 0. Box 3009, : : NEW YORK. La..! H. W. FARLEY, flale of .New Or JAMES A FARLEY l Alabama, W. O. BALDWIN. of Montgomery. HPSCIAL. FOR WHITE RIVER. Memphis and White River 1'acket Companv, Elliott's C. s. Mail Line For Helena, Car- sons. Concordia, Terene, Devall's Blnff. Aa- znsti i, Searcy and Jacksonport. Steaaier I.Eli Al. TO DEBv John J. Edaon. master lieoige Alcocke clerk. Leaves Tt' ESIiA Y. Jan. I'lat. at S p.m. s. i:. MILLER. Agent, i No. J ElliottiBlock, JOS. ELLIOTT, Bec'y,jopp. upisr wharf. For White River. For IleVall's BlalT, AoitujU, Jacksonptirt TheS4endid I'aewenger Steamer PAT CLEBURNE, M i ii ph is. Jaaaarj 1 1. is; L ElHTOKS APPKAL: tirntlcmrn 1 ile- sire to inform the reailers of your valu¬ able pajier that 1 am conducting the tailoring business at No. ,:17: Maiu -treet, lour doors south of the lVabotly Hotel. have mi excelltut stock of giKnls, and one of the most artistic cut¬ ters iu America. Good (its aud satis- lactiou always guaranteed. Yours, re- sss-tfully, J. H. W AUtiKNKR. i.'c MiLstei 1'. P. Li iv I. EAVES EVERY' . .. rk -CONSIGNMENTS of Cotton solicited. Or. j dent for porchaae and aale contracts tor future delivery promptly executed. kxpresilsiko at New Orleans by Meears. Farley, Brig I A Co Montgomery, Ala., bv E. H. Morris. A Co. Memphis, Tenn., by Wm. Bowles A Son. ST" The nndernlgned. Agents of the above q. use, solicit consignments, and orders for fiurchase and sale ot contract for future d- I very of cotton. WK. BOWLES Sl SOW. Mas 1. Maaraolla Blwek. Memphla. T DISSOLUTION. 'UK Ann of Howard A Bradaliaw is t Thnrsilay dnrin the season, at 5 .m. Fo: fieili' or passage :tpl to JOHN 1". WAHIII.MilON.I1. Madi-..n str.-eL nrW.P. WALKER, ut bis Wharfboat, foot of Court street, wiiere freight will is- rec.-ie,i at wll times. awsiiipp.rs will bear In mind that the strictest attention will be paid lo all wny freight from this lo White rieer, ami all I , l,o . to .J k m,u in t . jal t ard aasnmes all liabilities i Howard A Bradahaw nnd sbaw & Co. also. He is alo settle all basiness connected name. I firms. li. C. January 1 1, 17 . S.J. lis dav How . re. ol H W I i:R. I FOR HA1I.KS I'D INT. For line. Ha, Randolph. hum in Fulton, Halle's Point lienos mil Xew Orleans I'seket Co. FOK NF:V ORLEANS ANHTHE BENUH. Sir. jRelle jLee, mcKs master I J. S. Suliivan... clerk 'liis riue sieanier w ill leaeas alsive. lol- lows lanuary it, ass, at 1 n clock p.ra. January a., lr ,. Ht 4 o'clock p.m. February I 1st at I o'clo-k p m. February -7, 1ST::, a; t o'daafe p.m. March l:. lSel, at I o'clock p.in. March 17, 1STJ, al I o'clock, p.ni. April lu, IsTi, at I o'clock p.m. prii 4iin,!ti l ociock p.m TaaiasaJ , Thui-sila , Tliursdax, iliuislay, Tli ti rsuay, Thursday, Tasasaaj, 1 itiirMiay, JOHN T. W ASHINGTi IX, Is. Madis,iu Aaeut. tre:. ins RAILROADS. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE Str. Geo. V. Cheek (Jeo. MailcnA... Mutet, LKAVfcS HON DA ."8 A KRJDAVS. at 5 p.m. Kor freight or paMie applv on rvrrt or to a. O- HOWARD, COTTON FACTOR A3D COMMISSION MERCHANT, Wm '2H Front Street, Iempbi. siPsaTThe Wuiilnejss Vul N; niuii'iu-i m own :iCcount. J lirit eoiiistiment. til proiuir- my eM t-ttoris la oli;lf ( ;he who fuvr me with tbir luiiaesiN. t . H W AKD. FOR FRIAB'8 POINT ND BENDfe M'mphi,Helua ami Friars Point Line. ieuiner l'HTL AULIN. Jm-.s Lee - .Ma?er II. KRIDAY, at " o'clK,kp,ra..iM'l Triart Point every Tuesday, ThiirMlky and pturday. al lu o'clock H.m. bor if.- l:'. t - - .". A. O ! initial atteutiou. r-i uir to with'lraw irom BrHtlahaw, ami in o who have tm trooiiK , and aon.m?i cnHlU'ratiou o: my v G. C. Howard, who w nNf. rtry rnmnng uu w it nereviirv ni ' tlrm f Howard a : temlvr n.v ttiajubr I wirh iheirpa- ui !o the iavora-'It rlnu partner. rHpt. .-ontinur tt: tu-'- J. BBAIhHAw. DISSOLUTION. d:v jV'or Fulton add lntermedtute Landings. htr. Frank Forest, the blue- riblioi. trip if the searau for our Iiieal laiats. The St. Francis on this trii went as high u the river as the eut- otl', the back water from the Mississippi swelliug the St. Francis enough to per¬ mit it. Mail Irani leaves dally ::l,pjn Brownsville accommodation leaves daily, Sundays excepted liWp.m aWNo change of cars by this line for Loals- vllle. Mt. Louis or X ash Title. Pullman Palace sleeping-cars on all nlsiUtlraiuo. rpr ncKetsor Iniormatton apply at The Frank Forrest brought down yes- j Ticket Office, No. 237 1-2 Main Street. JUH.N T. h LYNX, 8np t Memphis James ,Sf bkd, Ticket Agent. Div. Jain South kktj Railway Ism ihi i i Compakt.) Lessoe Memphis and Charleston R. R V Memphis, Tenn., October 2, DS71.) MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON H R. CHANGE OF TIME COMMENCINU Tuesday, October 29, 1872. TRAINS WXUi RCN AS FOLLOWS: Mail Train leaves Memphis ;.,-u Mali Train arrives at Memphts - h.j:i Kxprenti Train leaves Memphis ftrmtaju txpre Train arrives at Memphis 11 -45 p.ra Junction .cc leaves Memphis tirou p.m Junction Acc. arrives at Memphis. .. 8 ru p.m Somerville Acc. leaves Mempuis. 4:45 p.m Sonn rville Acc. arrives at Memphis.. :: a.m Making; close connection at Urand Junc¬ tion, Corinth, Decatur and Chattanooga for all points South, North anu East. 72 milt s shorter to Chattanooga, Ea-t Ten¬ nessee, (Georgia and the -seaboard cities than via Nashville. uiok time aud close connec¬ tion lo Nashville. Ticket OfKce, JT Main st., and a repot. oc;w W. J. ROW, Sup't West Division. MISSISSIPPI & TEXN ESSEKR.R. CHANGE OF TIME. C-IOMMEXl'IXU THURSl'.VY, DECEMBER j Ji. I-': Trains will run as follows: LEAVI : ARRIVR: New Orleans Mall, daily . 1 ::! p.m. 2sun.m Arrive at New Orleans 10 :30 a.ra Arrive at VIcksbarg -irJtj am Express Train, daily ItiOp.m. 8:16 a.m Pullman Palace sleeping Cars through to New Orleans without change. Ticket offices, 3S7'.. Main street and at De¬ pot, foot of Main street. Jail M. KCRKE. Snpt. lermiy tlnrt v-Uiree hales eottoti, one humlreil and seventy sacks seel; the Phil AlUa two hundred and twenty- three hales cotton, six hundred and twenty-five siu-ks seed; the Geo. V. Cheek eighty hales cotton, one hundred and twenty-seven sacks seed. The Glencoe passed down with a full load, adding here ihree hundred and sixty bales of cotton for New Orleans. The City of Chester arrived early yes¬ terday from Cairo -with seveu hundred tons of freight, including 3i!o- dry bas Wis, JW7 sacks of corn, 9-'!l sacks mtts. JiK) bales of hay and -kiT kegs beer. A telegram from Cairo to Capt. Ad. Storm states that the Eunna KUiott will leave there to-day if the ice ieriiiits. At the time the dispatch was sent, it was running heavy. The Clarksville passed I'ine Bluff yes¬ terday morning early, with nine hun¬ dred bales of cotton, and will be here to return again on Thursday. She was de¬ tained by fog. The Idlewild came down from the Ohio last evening with a five hundred- ton cargo of produce, including seven hundred sacks of corn she took below Cairo; The little steam-tug Kvelyn, built by Major Waterman for the Hatchie river trade, was successfully launched yester¬ day from the establishment of Jones ct Bro.. at the foot of Adams street, and sits the water as gracefully as a duck. She will be ready for work in a lew days On Friday last the Natchez went into New Orleans with an immense trip, consisting of four thousand two hundred and sixteen bales of cotton aud two thousand eight hundred and sixty-one sacks of cotton seed. On the same night the Commonwealth -fined from that point for the Ohio will seven hun¬ dred tons of sugar and niohisses. The Mollie Moore left for the same stream with one thousand six hundred barrels of molasses, seveu hundred hogsheads of sugar, and other miscellaneous freight. She also had a number of wagons containing wild beatsand forty horses lielonging to John Robinson's circus. Ou her last trip down the Seminole carried to New Orleans from White river one thousand seven hundred and seventy-one bales of cotton. The Collier leti Cincinnati on rnuay last with three barges,coutaiuiug freight for this city anil New Orleans. A telegram from Altou, Illinois, dated last Thursday, says: "River r.we seventeen feet ud to two o'clock this evening, when it liegan falling as rapid¬ ly as it had risen. Tne gorge in front of the city moved down about three hundred yards this morning.'' A dis- pateii from St. Charles, Missouri, says: The-gorge broke at ten o clock yester¬ day morning. Rivei raised six feet, and fell about a foot during the night. River full of floating ice.'' A telegram sent from QnJncv on the same dav savs: " T river rnw enrlit mi, I :i i f meties : on receipt oi rei:i:i pi u-c. .,D.l.. r,rt tl.h tha i,.u Is ....vr.l "ii1 "i ' JSOSton. jratesy , "v ."""ft" "ss, s.. L it AM. M. UITHON fc CO., with two inches of water, teams con- nlH 7U Broadway. New York. tinue to cross a dangerous business. : The creeks and smaller streams through Dissolution of Partnership. the countv were almost impassable yes- i terdav. Mill creek was above the rail- f Forrest. Wurfleiii 4 iv. Cltv Hale stiahies. ii and 73 Monroe street. Mem. c phis, Tenn., Is this day dissolved by mutual lv D t- Vl'.,-nt.l ., . , .... ..w . ... . .. n .iiwm iruiw liyui lue Itni, having sold his Interest therein to J. A. Kor- real. The bnsinesii will be continued bv J. A. Forrest a Co., who respectfully solicit the pa¬ tronage of their friends and the public. T. I". Mextno master. Will make trl-weekly trips Mondays Wcilnes- day s and Fridays, iea vlng at -j o'clock p.m. Vor freiahl or Dassace apply on hoard CHEEK LINE. MEMPHIS A5D VICKSBURti PK'T CO. Tor Heleaa. Friar's point, r - pole, hou tne UNITED STATES MAIL TO NAPOLEON. Ir-Str. A. J. White, V Mark K. l.-heek Master LKA VES TITESnAYM A5D FRIDAYS. at P.m 'I'll I: firm ol M. J. IUsm-I A Co..- .i - J. ilissoled iy mutual consent. M.J.Kos sel is anthorixeil to settle aJl biLHluesa eon- nected with the arm. M. J. BUBUK1 . December 21, 1872. J. I. KBSEK. T. Xj. VERS33 JFt, COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 363 Front Street. Hetweeu Vnion and Gayoso. Sr- I will continue btislne on my own ac¬ count- and solleit consignments of Cotton illi.l .itlier produce. I. L. VKH.HEH WATCHES. PROBATE COURT SALE THOISAXDS OF COMMON SCHOOLS are about to iidopt aud slni from CHEERFUL VOICES, our New, denial, Baanttlul, Popular Jl'YKN- I Ut SONG BOOK. By L. O. EaSKsos. VMU abmiks ol Teachera ami Children have been delighted with the same author's " Golden Wreath " and .Merry hlmes." and ean not do better than to unite their with our " cheerful voices" in !n2lni from the new book, which tltev will pronounce Bettkk than the Bfst of previous issues. Price. n) cems. Probate Court Sale of Rel Estate in Dyer Connty, Tenn. No. HI, K. D. In the Piobate Court of Shelby County. Tennessee. Klizabeth Ragland et al. vs. sain He! in Ragland et al. UNi'K!; and by Ttrtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale eutered in above cause, 1 will sell to the highest bidder, at public auc¬ tion, ut jront of tne ."u; i t In, use door in the town of Dyersburg, Dyer county, Tennessee, On Hatonlaj, Febrnary 15. 1873, a-itbin legal hours, the following described real estate, to-w it : Situate, lying and being in Dyer county, Tennesaee, range it, section 'A, l lth Surveyor's district, and bounded and de¬ scribed as follows, to -wit : Lot Xo. 1: Beginning at a stake the north¬ east corner of the lUOu acres, of which this lot is a part, and runningthence went OU chains to :i point the northwest corner of said luuu acres; theuee Hiuth iu chains to a point ; thence east with a part of the north line of lot No. I, and the full lengths of lots Nos. 3 and i to a point Uie uortlieatl corner of lot No. 2: thence north 6e chains to the beginning, containing M acres. ALso, Lot -:- Beginning at the southeast corner of lot No. 1, and runs thence west J9 chains and 7-, links to a point : tbence south 224- MAIN STREET. 224 MONEY! MONEY! MONEY -PAID FOK- WATCHES, DIAMONDS JEWELKV, SILVERWARE, And ali kinds of Gold and Sliver articles n every condition. M. J. SLATER. HAIR GOODS. the south boundary I . hich this lot is a ins and 7' , links to a as! corner of said lutu riginal southeast cor¬ ah's ?-KX!-acre tract ; eastern boundarv 7M containing S: acres. MEt-TISG A ritre good Son Millard. : THE AMERICAN TUNE BOOK To etuuiis to a p line of me iuw cn. part; thenct' MM 9 ch; forked xam the south acres, it being also the ner of Ephniim M,-l thence north along tt chain to the begtnuin Also, Lot No. J: Benmuinz at the norti we-t cornet of lot No. 2, and runs thence weat M chains and 97 links to a poiBl in outh bounIry line or said IU hcivh; thence east -V chains and K71 , links to the southwest cor¬ ner of lot No. z; thence north witl. the west it lot N chains to the beginning, containing J'"; acren. And also Lot No. i:Beginningat the north¬ west corner of lot No. !, and rtins thence wml chains io a stake ; thence south 78 chains to a stake, it being the sikuth'et corner oi said low'acret; thence east -t chains to the nnth- went comer of lot No.;;: thence north with the west boundary line of Jot No. 78 chains tu the tteginnlng, containing Being the 1000 acres of N. 1 subdivided by O. MIordan. l Shelby connty : the said Hfl land being the one-bait of owMd bv Jor-r. divided U-tween deed of paiutie and regisu i lyer county, T - ano . Term-of Snle (rn-fonrlh rjwh; balance ir one. two aud ihiee years, with intereat from date of sale; pun-linier executing notes with approved necnritles; j lien will be ret a I nee on the property i s, cure the payment of tht nie. j.Mt KELLLY, Clerk. Vance, Anderson, Meriwether A Scale, Sots for eoinplainauts. jalo BUY TOUR HUMAN HAIR GOODS OF THE FIRST HAND. BRAIDS, CHISJiUXS, CURLS t. HATE I. I '!:. FRIZZES, ETC., AT THK H.MR ST"RK OK IF. H.LT7-IC3-INrE:, MAI STREET. We make aspeciaity of our business, and defy com pet It ion. t EDUCATIONAL. WASHINGTON AND LEE OIVERSITY, LEXINGTON. VIRGINIA The Second Half Session lty will of Ibe I'm - Open on the First of February. V Bw C ieeol .,;e- Special amiDgeiiients are made for -'udeii - to enter claM at ihN time. One half the regnlar fee is ehanred. For farther pnrtlcnlarn apply to StA WM. DOLD, Clerk of Kar u ity. INrexv School. Wm B. PAKE, OF V.V., PRINCIPAL. -VN FIRST 1 ) open, at Thi truly National Werk c.mialns A THOU SAND TUMK8, which, after careful tnspetv tion.odll romp, ten; masiclans decided to be the niOKt ix.j.ular ones published DCjnxa tiik LAST HALF I'l.STt'KY, All the well proved favorites are ineluded, and none untitled. Price, Jt 5ti. A pathelii and beautiful instrumental piece. IT is DOSE. Poananski. at The above books and piece- sent, post-paid. Probate Court Sale of Real Estate. I ggjjflg K JAS lI I'M for boy- No. 56, R. D.-In the county. Tennessee- 1'iobale I'ourtol Shelby 8H.M.:. fhool ! a. The Knatih pros- miul-trator i: R. N. Bond, deceaae.1. .s. K. T. Bend. ,- .,. USLiER, and by virtue of, an Interlocutory decree for sale, entered In the above ramie, I will sell, at public auction. In front of the courthouse door of said t'oojl, in tiie city of Meiiiplii-. on Monday, February 10, 1873, course of 1 lassie-. will be complete, pectus of the seb-K Busaiscis:-Rev. Geo. White, D.i'.; lir A. H. Voorh.ea, Rev. W. C. Johnson, E. Ma- gevney. fceq.; Prof. V. M. s. Kbett. The aehool will open promptly on lat Januarr. FURNITURE. Htake in a road in the ell tract f whicb thin nurtii with -said line 'A j a stake : thence went 14 a stake: thncescuth riwul linda?- at Millville. the water oom- i rPHE firm ktai nn nourlv tt th i ih i h in the -4-.tSa nut ui nearly to uie (.Dai-Den in moruiiis;. Kot-k creek was unusually luicli. The railroad liriUirc ou the aw lington Railroad we learn is Hligntly damaiiHl. Saturday's New Orleans Picayune contain the followirg: " Tjt tele¬ grams, yesterday, front lied anil Ouachita rivers, report both these rivers rising and there will, from this time out, be uo trouble for our tributary boats con¬ tinuing to run without any hindrance from low water.'' The sale of the steamer Fashion wa recorded at the Ciucinnati Customhouse !,"rwlv I 'anlain It. H Scntt receive! four Thousand .lollars for his half, while ""PP'n receiving slock the other half sold, for but three thou¬ sand two huddred and fifty-one dollars. The Northwestern hat taken the plate of the Urand Tower in the Cairo an. I Columbus trade. One week ajto yesterday a diflicullv raiQurrad on the City of luiucy, at New I oak n link- A1m: J. A. FORREST CO., CITY ST.UHj jTUI Xos. 63 and 73 Monroe Street, o the northweat corner h redoak; sapling point- . degreea. S chains and 11 ; it comer of aail dower . redoak sapling polnt- ains and a links to a Ames, Beattic k ( o.. IN Main street, offer Bargains, Wholesale and Retail, in Iiuj Furniture, Carpets, Hat- t tresses, Oilcloths, Window Shades, etc. ATKMPHIS, TKNN. iTX "ne tliousanil mules. Acc m modal Ions for Stork of ml kltirK constantly on hand foraale. Liberal advances on ronslgmuents of stock. No charze for Jals :oinor ol dower lot No. Ins and tt links to the said dower lot staki. I , in links from a white- thence uorth 15 chains and jtf (iunlf n Iand for Ha.lv. ''IN Al'KKM, in lilgtl slate of rn 1 iMplar street turanlk, one uii known a"Phlller Plao,n for i w-ai or a tenn of years. Apply t Krayser, No. 7 Madison . or Johu As 1 runt street. Si. Tool, No. m links an the o lot, with sassaf era; '.hence wea -utk,, it lieing No. 1 ; theno- n -take, the norl I : thence west northweat con south, ' deur oak mar ked A ; links to a stake ; thence east Ki chains and 18 link to a stake in the went line of the Harrel tract: thence sooth, two degrees east, ti chains and Hi links to tiiesouthwest corner of lot No. I : thence east 11 chains and 80 links to the be- Ktnulng, containing M WHO acres. lermsol -liiie-inin.1 cash, balance In , (,vtm.f u. ,,, u,i to, ir ser-.anl rr.,uii.-,: -i '. aud tael . e mouths, purrhasur eiecutlnt ., m , nolea with two or more approved aaourtUea as Uie reul. . .-n large aud baii-i oa.,- , lien will De retained nn the property to ae aell ... .1 lu laa tenant. aii i-. . urethe payment ol tJelenred WJs a nU a large aarden aud H.T.aale.nd Ki . Spring rtrt"! lilt or. . "'"" .it-i.ulldimja. ao n ,., i omplalnant. ja ( Address Box 17, Oxford. Miaa. uejidaw A Very Fine aa4 Very Large Keaidi-m " in Oxford, JUsslssippi. No Money required as rem. bus nie.i:-