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THE MEMPHIS DAILY AJL, -WED NESD ATST, DEOBMBEB 3, 1873.
AMUSEMENTS. WAXT&. llll'llIS TIIKATKK. Lkssee..., Manager C. A. LEFFINGWELL TiisgPH GOBAT oiruATlON By a young married man. can O do ANrt-niwo, and la not afraid of iiabd okki Auaress, dec3 "A. B. 0., Appeal office. rrlT Slcht, nweniber Sib. LANCASHIRE I. ASS, , nr the rUILO-TIIESI'IAN CLUB. Seats se-cnred in advance at the Theater and at Messrs. Cleaves A Carnes. 2! Main ct. Bsx Wm open dally from 9 ajn.to 8 p.m. Oraml Family Matinee. Saturday at 2 p.m. .jtrnwuneementt of Candidate! art 110 eocA, eeuA in nrffanoe, whether interted one or more lines, and Jrom ihlt rule there will be no deriaUen. For City Tax-Collector. TiRBD. C. SCHAFER Is a candidate for City X Tax OoHeetor at the ensuing municipal eieettes. 1TUATION By a young lady a neam- stress, or to do housework In some pn- ve family. Auaress, experienced n f rtTATlON Br an kJ Keeper, isesi ciiy reierence given dress. book' Ad. "X.Z." M' AU1IINE HANtS. D'ARcy.Oostnmer. 377 Main. A COPY OF THE DAILY APPEAL of Sep tembers!. Fifty cents -will be paid for it. Apply at THIS OFFICE. OITHATION Br a lady as teacher In il a family or small school. Is comcetent to give instruction in ail ue common ana hlcher Encllsh branches, and vocal and in strumental music Refer to CoL F. A. Tyler, nui. ana inrs, jiiuia. Auarnw. MKS.M.K.J, dec3 No. t32 Shelby st Memphis, Tenn, no30 FKLIX tV. ROBERTSON Is a candidate for re-eteeUon to the office of Crrr Tax-Coi. 1.HCTOR. Election, Tnnrnaay, J anuarr j, w. vrrK are authorized to announce CHARLES Ooulotok, at the municipal election to be 1 TBatfcdny, January i. """ f lOOK A good cook for a small family. Ap- piyai jjo jn&m. nx.t up-eiairs. ClOOK-A rood cook. , Criminal Court. Apply at Clerk's office aecz SITUATION In any capacity, by a man of O education and business experience, who is noi airaia oi worK. Aaaress noSO "BUSINESS," this Office. tor Wnarrmastrr. I ANNOUNCE myself a candidate before the people for the position of Wharfmas ir. 1 have resided in Memphis since 1SSS. Am a mechanic by trade, but have followed Uh river in different capacities for twenty ftve years, and think I understand the duties ef Wharlmaitr, and the facilities necessary to be oBereti toe commerce oi me mer a mil as any man, and If elected I propose to GARDENER A No. 1 vegetable gardener. Address V. P. ELLIS, SITUATION As housekeeper. Can give o ant reference desired. Apply at at. j seph' Convent, 197 Desoto street. novZ7 F EVERYBODY TO KNOW That they can j have their GINS FILED by steam power huianno . ami noia no ouicr ouice. auc- (iwl I &&k tbe sacDort of Phk. J.F. Novembers, 1E73. the people of Mem-WASHINGTON. nmp mJi r w.s. ROGERS fwhoisbet- I ter known as Sanltary-Sargeant Rogers) aawmnee him as a canaiaaie J or nuuuu ter at the municipal election In January. xifE are authorised to announce JOHN E. W SMITHER as a candidate for Wharf, master at the ensuing municipal election In Junoarv. no26 SITUATION AS 8ALESMA5T In grocery, U dry goods or ciouung noose ; gooi reier euces given. Address noX N. R. H, Appeal office. WHITE WOMAN A white woman to do the work of a small family. German or owede preferred. Apply PHOENIX INSURANC at CE CO, 12 Madison St. PERSONS wan ting Bored Wells, call at HECK'S, 399 Second St. i a candidate for re-election to the office of WnarfmaMer. Election Tnnrsaav. Jan. i.ibm, ICHARD W. L1GHTBURNE, WHO HAS Household GoodJ Tof all klidi bought , filled that position for the past . twoyears, I Jfam Second street. H. T. S1NNOTT. ROOMS AHP BOARD. TJOARDING Two large rooms (unfurn li uhMiv oincrle or en tuite. can be had. with beard, by pervons dej-lrlng the comforts of a de "HOME," Appeal office. r OARD Young gentlemen can find delrt- be day board at ws w u m e i . FURNITURE, ETO To pay the highest price for second-hand furnltnre, stoves, reaLiiers, carpets, eic, at uu oecouu buccu lei H.M. DOUGLASS CO. FOR REHT. B nnA Kit flAAtnt rooms with rood board. to be had at Miss RudlslU's, 61 Exchange su KOOMS Nicelytfurnished rooms for rent at 18 Mnlberry street. References required. I AY BOARDERS Accommodated at . 65 MADISON ST. STRAYED OR STOUEK. BAY HORSE One light bay horse, S years old, 14J4 hands high, blaze face, large sad dle marks on back; 15 reward will be paid for delivery to me at Lucy Station, Memphis and Padueah Railroad, or Brinkleyl planta tion, K miles from Memphis, Shelby county, TenBestee. W. C BOLTON. fWTTAG E-BESIDENCE No. 25S Adams St.; KJ contains seven rooms and pantry, with gas, cistern and hydrant water; house in good order. Apply at the house. dec3 TOWELLING Two-story frame, No. 13 Over- I ton street; will rent cneap, decs 13 MAIN ST. Apply at cor. Overton. FOR SJLLE. TtO USE IS DeSoto street, second door south Xi of St. Patr.ck's church, with eleven rooms. H. L. GUION, Rental Agent, 2tg Main St. STOREHOUSE, ETC. No. 267 Main, street, ODDOslte Court Square: entrance on Main ami w.t vnrt streets. The proand &ndnn- per floors of this elegant and desirable store house are for rent separate. The upper floors will be arranged to suit the tenant's business, and with all modern conveniences. Also, four rooms, en suite, over Barnum's, recently occupied by Dr. Arlington, each well lighted. Also, single rooms suitable forofflces or Sleeping rooms, in same oiuiuiog. Appiy 10 d e2 IS West Court street. tents, he fonnd a series of well-written ser mons, a suit of good clothes and half a docen linen shirts. The sermons and othercontenU belong to Rev. J. R. Phelps, of Rodney, Mis sissippi, and sergeant Rogers wishes to restore them to him, Justice Hoist yesterday united In the holy bonds or matrimony, Mr. C. I Reaves and Miss M.B. Crenshaw, who came here from the rural district. At a colored meeting in the hall of the Pole-Bearers last night, speeches were made by John Loagne, Esq., and Recorder Winters In relation to the approach ing municipal election. " Thomas Welsh Waa attested last L THE BANK OF TESXESSER EXCHANGE. Important Statement Supposed to have I Emanated from the legislative Committee. KeetlDK Yesterday First Steps Taken I Constitution Adopted Tbe Heel ing To-Day . HEBZOG & BEO.'S GREAT DRY l1 ?. fe' GOODS SALE AT THe Jf lsmanajrement of-Trnstee Watson -81,500,000 of tbe XeVrlssne Tet Ontstandlnr. A larcre nnmber of our leadlnsr factors and I commission men met In the chamber of I commerce yesterday afternoon for the pur-1 pose oi organizing a cotton exenange. iuo i meeting was organized by calling Branson I The following article, says theWashvUlo menpoiair. JonnB.i-ooisecretwy. inecnair- nlghtfor stealing a twcntr-Bve-pountl catfish pears in the editorial columns of hie Fayette- 1,16 PurPose of th6meeUne,and spokeof the . HALF: TAI.UE ! , DRESS GOODS AT'COST! fromi he steamer Legal Tenders Welsh said1 he was hungry and merely wanted tb liqui date an annoying debt to his stomach by mas ticating the aald fish. A Louisville telegram last night announced the postponement of the fourth gift concert of the public library of Kentucky to the thtrtvflrst of March. The postpone ment la Justified on account of the financial troubles and late prevalence of epidemics in the south. yille Express of the twency-sevfcntu Instant, was evidently inspired by a nieniberJ'of the committee appointed atthe last session of the legislature to investigate the affairs' of the bank of Tennessee : "Twelve years have elapeed since the Bank of Tennessee ceased to do business in this State, yet Its affairs, so far from beinz wound up, aie further from anything like eatisfacto- i ry settlement than ever. Seven years ago it was thrown into bankruptcy, yet the lltlga- A. a itwu u vivij w. uiu v. i-j . jrco- i bun BtiivAJni uuu, i p 11 a IAJ 11 Ik V C j llSli Willi - terday placed In Mayor Johnson's hands thelnienced. The capital stock of the bank was sum ofelghty-slx pounds, contributed by citi zens oi .ngiana to me iviempnis reuei zuna. The contributors are John Stuart & Co fifty pounds: Benjamin Whitworth & Bro.. Man chester, twenty-five pounds j Carrie, Duck- irreas benefits that would result from tho con- summation of the Objects in view.. Upon the conclusion ot uie euairman's remarics, ne ae-clart-d the meeting ready for tho transaction of business. Mr.D.M. Anderson asked the number of subscribers to the proposed cotton exchange. Mr. Toof, by request, informed the meeting that fifty five citizens had subscribed, and uiat ine newurieans couon exenango was organized with the same number. The committee previously appointed to drafta constitution and by-laws reported that uiej naa aaopia, aiier a careiui examina tion, that of the New Orleans cotton ex change. But few alterations, and these of a trivial cnaracicr, naa oeen maae in me con stitution and by-laws of the New Orleans ex change. These changes were made onlybe- SILK. VElVET$fl2b ARji! FROM PARIS SLiVOTFACTURERS: i 1 At Fifty Dollars, Worth ?125 ! We thai! sell Daring: ts niixbtrtJVJDays the fixed In tho original charter, or act authoriZ' lng its formation, at five million dollars, the school-fund, which was then one million five hundred thousand dollars, being recognized worth COh Liverpool five pounds; Parkin-1 enactment, something like oua million five cause- of the local adaptaUons deemed neces son, Salemunson Co, one pound. I hundred thousand dollars or State bonds were I ""f; The report of the committee was then TheOnited States circuit and dls- E.X?'1 J trict courts are going on with the usual busi- I or made available for this purpose, Hon.l Mr. John T.Stratton moved to adopt tho I HEKZOQ A IIRO Opp, Coart'Sqiinrp. GREATEST BARGAINS EVER. OFFERED In ' Memphis, new, and Judge Emmons is determined to dis pose of every case ready for trial. The only case of Importance tried yesterday was on an appeal from the district court. In tho suit of Cole ik. Neese, Involving a large amount of money. Judge Triez'a decision was affirmed. The grand Jury returned several Indictments, George W. Jones, of this county, then a mem ber of the legislature, Introduced and secured the riassnee of a bill reDealimr the act. Thus. the caoitai stock of the bank never, in lact. exceeded three million five hundred thousand dollars, of which one million five hundred ' thousand dollars belonged to the scnool-fnnd A meeting of the board of levee of the state, in i3a the bank went into op- eommlssioners of MisslssiDnl was held ves- era"?n. n- conunueu u uo a legiuinawj, terday at the Peabody hotel. Malor Jf. S. Prontame business xmui ine law -war com Alcorn, president, presiding. The resignation of Major A. R. Howe, as secretary and menced. During the war several millions of me assets were invesieu in uomeaeraie uonas, same as read. Mr. Gatzenberger opposed the adoption of ine consuiution ana oy-iaws, ana waniea me subject postponed to a fnture meeting be cause ef the absence of members. After some discussion, tho objection of the last-named gentleman was withdrawn, and the constitution was adopted, each section being read and voted on separately. Mr. 3. M. Anderson moved that the meeting proceed to the election of permanent officers. as It was important to effect a speedy organ!-1 Advertise in Holly Springs Jleporter Just arrived r Redingotes, cloaks sacques and shawls, of the latest styles, ' ia iluk, juini uu.t Jiain street, COAL.. "We will on Monday morninz. seven' &Sl cTp. ?W? war bonds and tederateUeury z.uon anammence wore 10 teenth insUUt, open to the. public our Ufa M. J.Mannlng, sherirr of Tunico county, g'SVSUJSSSK frtindraw h& motion as aUthe suhSrtbers Uptown coal-yaras, o. 43 Main Street unanlmouidv elected to OH the vaeanev. I Close oi me war was, io asreueiwni,Niuiiu i . , ,'..,, i-o M I I novt Wn Hran Klnnli-i onl .nrnor nt Major Howe is now at Washington, represent- SSSjyffiSL YV wSted ZGZZS3aSL 15n??e.?L.8e?e?? "I5"1?1? "'h?" th msnrdSS nditYon of the Mr. S. M. Gates agreed with Mr. Godwin, . . . . 7. . . I nnH iwnniul Ua Dlaoflnn nnotMnori tintil 1 f O OU.U It IU MiU use tuviuu JvUO Vfyv UbV UAW following day. Thereupon Mr. Anderson withdrew his motion to elect. Mr. R. C. Daniel moved thai a committee on of the State..Captaln.Tom Burke was awarded PC",?J ilMSTn'S ine eeniraei ror all repairs peiow uoraon- UaFdlj7torec uu" oaof a deed of trust thvtliamiinaii'iiN nf tVia han V ishlih frn,t na. The News of last eveninsr has this: siunraent was accordingly made in the month The falhisrnr Una Wo hepn this wit fcuelv. I of Ma v In that vear. Samuel Watson, president We hear that the enemies of the people are I oi ine ooaru or aireciors, oecoming me irus buslly engaged with two excellent stories. I tee. This appointment, which at the time He (next Waldran block), and corner of ropiaranuKeconu streets. TUey contain Choice .Lump I'lttshnrs Coal, BROWN & JONES. nominations be auDOinted to select officers. and report the same to the meeting next day. Mr. Gates opposed the appointment of this One that Major Busby has made a treaty un- elicited no particular comments, so far from committee, ana was in iavor or genuemeu oe ifi . r.. , itzt trt Jr, lhoin r,i,i ,.,vr tr.rtr .vsi nrl Ine nominated for the different offices. He t, u.v.u iic muui uiiocii . I -".'-" ..r.-L." . I TOlihort tVioTOtln tn hAilnnn hir hollnt and watrwnrBA rmnrhtsA at nrtv tnonsana ooi- i aaiuaicauon or seiuemeni.. uas, wauavc ica-1 . ' -" . . -j , STEA3SIBOATS. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LODIS. that every member who desired should have a chance- Owing to the lateness of the hour, it being already dark,Mr. Anderson moved to adjourn, to meet at three o'clock this afternoon. Car ried. ine meeting was unusually harmonious, and was composed of many of our most re-1 celved by the trustee, as well as several mU- "p'e, energenc,ana prompi Dusm cins. lions in notes and bilk The bonds stUl re-1 Tlij' have commenced, this enlrprLse with I son I loose management, involved the af fairs of the bank in a hopeless con If uslon. Mr. Watson never gave any receipts for tbe a-sets which came into his hands ; but, I it w probable, none were ever aemanaeu. I Bonds and uncurrent money of various de- I nominations, and values, must have been re- lars, when he gets Into office; and the other that he will make a ring and force through a scheme to spend several millions on sewer age! We tace the liberty of saying that the above are a pair of lies, and very shallow, foolish ones at that. We might be brought to admire an ingenious, weU concocted lie, but the above are too gross and too thin to excite any other feeling than pity- Try again. The Mississinni river levee commls- "tiZZ" iit- a hearty will, and are determined to' effect an sioners, with General Alcorn presiding, met 1 edover one million dollars of notes and bills. OI!,atimL?at wlu be &a, hoozf? ul uie reawwy amei, in inis ciiy.ynsicraay, i These vast interests certainly merited some regular book-keeper, but at present the indi cations are that they were thought to be suffi ciently unimportant to De connuea. m loose memorandums and defective memories. A committee, consisting of Ullman, Smlthson and James of the senate, and Moore, Brown and TTnnTr of thft lower house, was anoointed by the last legislature to examine Jir. wat- Kecipnlu and St. 2oul Packet Company For Hickman, Columbus, Cairo and St. Louis, d learner m i of Chester. a. zelgler .. jnaster. leaves as aDovo THIS DA at 5 o'clock p.m. oecj AD. 8TOKM. Treasurer. iuiu pb. mun, erM&SS Dec. ad, FOR "VICKSBDRG. for the purpose of electing a secretary and treasurer, to fill the vacancv caused bv the re cent resignation of this office by Major Howe, member-elect of congress from Mississippi. Tbe commisloners elected Captain Manning, sheriff of Tunica county, Mississippi, and he will at once enter upon the duties of his of fice. The business for which the meeting was Memphis and St. jvonls Packet Company and which will -prove a valuable leverage in . , A.r" .i"?:.. promoting our commercial welfare. Let all " Zir?,?, . i", ue' vicasourg, aiicna ine aajoumeu meeung uiis aiwsr uuuu. Citizens! Begrister promptly. 1x70a I do not joa cannot vote at the mnniel I pnl election In January next. and Wav Landings. Steamer JOE KLinn ey. R. Porter. master. Leaves THIS DAY, Dec. 3d. at 10 ajn dec3 AD. STORM. Treasurer. convened having been ended, an adonrn mentwas naa 10 mirth, wit and Several gentlemen, other than the commis sioners of the levee-board, were present, and the occasion was one of rare social delight. The generous champagne was not more spark line than the eraceful wit of that social cir cle. :112 Main street Opposite Peabody Hotel. mnlrn sttiment "with I A T.AunB !tnd vnriod srrvlr nf VAN(TV u ine juyo uuaru, viivm i aim; but, we are informed that, owing to un-1 grtics, of all colors, at cost. social enjoyment presided, certainty as to the amount of assets that went TAYLOR, JOY fc CO-3 X11L4J LUfS t UL UIO M 1U1CC, iUIU UIO luuan manner in which he has performed his duties, the committee cannot bring matters to anything like an in telligible conclusion. The -expenses of the trustee were enormous, largely over ten per nVlfk Mondav after-1 cent, of his collections. It appears that about ?oXl reTchSa?com- .dred. thousand doifarsmore of the old issue' 01 me Danjc was uuraeu. or can celled, than were ever issued. How mnch of it is now outstanding no one knows. If this one hundred thousand dollars, burned as 'old FOR NEW ORLEANS. IVatkiiis, Dressmaker, UntUlns, 373 Wnlklns. Jlnln. About six noon, when the incoming freight and accom modation train of the Memphis and Charles ton railroad was a mile beyond Moscow. Ten nessee, which Is forty-nine miles from this HA YE COME TO STAY, YOU BET! ! I have. not. withdrawn from the field as a candidate for wharfmaster. as rumor would have It, but am stUl In the race. Thanking Memnhll and New Orleans Pnrbct. For VlcKSburg, Natchez, New Orleans and Why Landings. OUACHITA BELLE A. F. Blanks inis palatial passenger steamer will leav j as above THURSDAY, December 4th. ot 4 pjm. J. T. WASHINGTON, Agent, A Madison st. irORSE, waon and harness, J L liene. Apply t 199 Front and harness, with express sxreei. CAW-MILL Steam circular saw-mill In O good running order: plenty of timber. A Kit, iw, K,orm acres 01 land, improved ana Umbered. All on P. and M. R. K. Apply to tto W. J. CHASE, 12 Poplar street. LAND SW acres of as good land as Is in Shelby county, 75 acres in cultlvaUon ; couMruuMe cantos, etc.; ijd acres, neaviij Umbered.oo the south Mde of LoosaHatchle river, about T miles northeast from Memphis. 11 ot soia oy January, 11 win De torrent, uaii if yo want a good piece 01 lana. H. L. UUION, Real Estate Agent, 22 Main street. rltv..i ronnllti.nln rav wav and ransed . "ne uuhuibi uiuusmu uumu, uumtu uiu - -.--i 7-7" 7xt STOREHOUSE That large ana fplendid Ifdnn toSraW. 'The trali was l?sue,' was In fact 'new issue,' Mere must be 01 P"""- . Sf".. o m,7 C5 storehouse No. 3M Main street, the north composed of thirty-five cars heavily laden Vf, Gv?r o.Te Saz'tnm3xTp. house in the dayoso block, 216x118)4. with cotton, and so great was the force of the rwl tCnd dollars The sunrem protmion and support for my re-election AT.vk.Thm stories above the store, con-1 mi ustnn that th tri.ir urn torn nn for one I nunarea mousana.uoiiars. Ane supreme t' ,- t . ; , v. .iirt , n :.j ,r,7 T,i I court has held tbat the -new issue' ot bouui ouumj 1, j.. ""."y"v" vrL-i i"or Vlcksburg, Natchez and New Orleans and the Bends. ROBT. MITCHELL Qua Dusouchet, master iiua citr-inn, ymttmuuer steamer ii will leave as above . tr1rll? THURSDAY. Dec. 1th. at 1 njnT J.T. WASHINGTON. Agent. dec3 i Madison street. WOOD 860 oords dry body Cotton-wood. Witt sell for a few days at f i 50 per eoM.denvered. Also, uajr, Asn ana memory, at fir ratet-. H. B. PACKER & CU 4eZ m Second street. T AND 1C4 acres. 35 In cultivation. 7 miles j M from Memphis, 1 mHe north of Mem- imts and cnarieston raiiroaa. Dart or tne uan- nos tract. This is very rich land, and lies wD. All of it can be put in cultivation. If not mM mkhi I will rent it for next year. H. L. Of ION, Real Estate Agent, nem 2S2 Main street. I wrrAUE CHEAP A splendid cottage- jieuse wiw nice yara ana onmou&es; wui seu m a oargain on lime or lor casn. j.ne frfertj- lies near comer of Third and Green aw otreets, Chelsea. Apply to K. DCPLfcY FRAYSEK, 7 Madison St. i OTTAGE RBSIDENCE-Three rooms, halL Kiteoos, servants' room, pantry and coal hoae; large cistern of good water; high, naltfcy location. Apply on premises, 21 St. rHii. or to u. a. UA5m. , 33 jiaaison. tOTTON-PRESS-One second-hand cotton- v j Brewi nxrares. ana one pair 01 scales, ail m No.lorder.atNo.3e East Court street, suita ble Jor tfce loose cotton business. Will sell cMms tor easiu Apply to e W. L. PARKER, 16 Madison street. Apply tain ntr some 12 or 11 rooms, with front and rear entrance. Very suitable for a boarding- house. W.i.lUAliU, dec2 Kit Williams Block. nor ri Til v to J.V.BOTTO. die! corner Vance and Hernando sts. HOUSE That desirable two-story brick house on the west side of Desoto street. near Linden street, JN o. ltsa ; eight large rooms in the main house and four in the rear build ing; gas in every room; all In perfect repair. nQVZ, UAf.A.01UVAlili,VltlltulKUl&t. KHTAGE With two rooms, kitchen and yj servants' room. No. 103 Market street. Also, two-story frame residence with seven rooms kitchen and servants' room. No. 100 Market street, au in morougn repair. Appiy ... lln M J BVCT T ST.JJERSARD COAL IS STIIJ, DSIJVBHED AT SIXTY-FIVE CENTS. Give it a trial. "We will keep a good night a "Masonic Lodge of Sorrow" will be has also temporarily suspended its labors, for I gtock and deliver orders promptly. Of- HOUSE Seven rooms, street extended. No. 13 Exchange novss TJRICK HOUSE Large brick house, aJ talningv rooms, iio.z mil sireei. at con- Apply ru. ADAaia bi. OFFICES Newlv finished offices, with yard and cistern. SO Second street, opposite Court Square. Apply on the premises. no26 T)LANTATION A Mississippi river planta- X. uon, miles peiow Mempnis, Known as the Burgett farm; contains 6UU acres cleared land, well fenced, houses sufficient, steam gin, 15 mules, and all necessary farming utensils: rent cheap. Apply to undersigned, on prem ises, or to mil, r ontaine x uow jiempnis. noSS EMMA J. BDRGETT. VTKWSPAPERS Old newspapers. i AT THIS OFFlC RETAIL FAMILY GROCERY. No. K Main street, with stock on hand, nxtarw, aood will and lease of house. Apply ob preaiu-es. TULE, DRAY ti J No. 1 order. AND HARNESS All In J. STEIDLER, 313 Main street. TiHK ENTIRE STOCK Drug Store, Mlrroui, . bhoweanes. Counters and Shelving, all eompMe; all will be sold at a bargain, or In lots PC Beale street, Memphis. A.S.BROWN, AsicBe&f J. J. Gage. no22 IAKM 0 aeres-aoO of It In cultlvaUon . and under fence; two good dwellings on I iu, iwia in gooo repair; two omer nouses on 11 smtabMi Mr renters; situated one mile from Point Pleasant, Missouri; wUl sell on good no Point Pleasant, Mo. CIOIION PRESS Second hand, wUl be sold t low. nolg (STOREHOUSE No. 360 Main street. Inquire vj at 363 Main street. noM ARMSTRONG. NAIL & CO, TkESIDENCE To a prompt tenant, the XV comfortable residence, No. Ul Court street, containing 10 rooms In good order. For terms, etc., apply to Young A Bro., 213 Main st. OESIDENCE 158 Hernando: nice place; IX cheap. w. a. wauiuii, no25 ;ao Main street. HOUSE A two-story frame house, No. 41 Second street; contains t-even rooms. Apply at 49 .Marcel, sireeu nos -ORICK HOUSE. No. 10 Mulberry street, nine rooms, ncver- fallimr cistern of Dure water, a few steps to Beale street cars. Possession on or before De cember 1st. Apply on the premises, or to noil JOSEPH ALP EN, next door. T REASONABLE RENT A fine STORE on Front street, below Jenerson, with ar. Appiy 10 JOSEPH L ANDREWS & SONS. nolS 252 Front street. COTTAGE A cottage on Union street, Na j xTs, contains & rooms. A-ppiy to JOS. TAGG, hundred and fifty feet, and bales were hurled a distance of twenty yards. One brakesman Jumped from the train, but was crushed to death by a car falling upon him. The other hands on the train received severe but not fatal Injuries, and the majority of the pas sengers were more or less bruised. The pas sengers remained at Moscow during the night, as it was impossible to clear up the track and remove the wreck. AVe did not learn the esti mated damage sustained by the company. -At the Greenlaw operahouse to held in honor of :the members of the fraterni ty that died In this city during the late yellow fever eDidemic The lodges wUl meet at the South Memphis hall and proceed together to the operahouse, where the exercises will be introduced by a funeral anthem, foUcwed by the customarv onenlnz services and nraver. The music for this solemn occasion will be by thirty ladies and gentlemen, assisted by an orchestra of eight musicians, under the direction of Mr. James Kirtland. The "euloglum," by Grand Master J. D. Rich ardson, will be very entertaining and most appropriate for this occasion. He is a speak er of eloquent language, and fluent ability. Eulogies will be deUvered by R. P. Duncan of Cyrene commandery No. 4, Rev. Sylvanus Lanarum 01 .Kilwinning loage so. m. it. i. Williamson of DeSoto lodge No. 299. G. W. Gift of Leila Scott Iodze No. 29. J. R. FllDDin of Angerona lodge. No. IS, and R. J. Morgan of South Memphis lodge No. 113. The " open ing services " wUl be by R. Creighton, and the prayer oy Kev. G. A. ljOtton. The "ceremonies" will be conducted by Bun. F. Price. A. F. Davis. Ben K. Pullen. ana u. u. ijocxe. ine scriptural lessons 01 the evening will be given by Rabbi Samfield Carolina ntes was receivable for taxes: and it Is probable that our State authorities wUl be compelled to obey the effects of this decis ion, and receive in a slmUar way both Issues ui tne uana. 01 lexuiessee. xt. is uu.eiy, uiuru fore, that the people of the State, owing to official carelessness, will be burthened with liabilities growing out of this defunct Insti tution, for years to come. The Investigating committee, in tne miusi 01 lis perplexity, nas adjourned, and the sub-committee left to the capital to audit the vouchers of the trustees, has also temporarily suspended its labors, for tho reason that the trustee was not ready with the necessary documents." around the banner once more and re-elect me, liespecttuuy. it. w . XilUH in u itn hi. St. LonU and New Orleans Packet Co For Vickbure. Natchez and New Orleans. Str. JAMES HO WARDJJ. R. Pegram, master uma eiegaub jjuosenger steamer m ILJ win leave as above -1 - WEDNESDAY, December 3d, at 1 pju. For freight or Dassazo annlv- to J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, i Madison st. fice, No. 3 Madison. COURT EXPENSES. A ftm, and comnle line of black silks, of all grades, at prices to suit the times, lab lAIiAUt,JUlttW.i3, A Convention of Judges and District- Attorneys Called for by Comp troller John C. Unroll. Cextkai, Auction house. White, Crisman I A CoSiOMain street.' Regular sales Wednes I days and Saturdays; Solicits all "kinds of I wares and merchandise for sale. Ample room for storage. Liberal advances maae. The comptroller, says the Nashville Union and American or Saturday, has addressed a copy of the following letter to each of the Judges having criminal Jurisdiction, and district-attorneys in the State. The object which It Is desired to accomplish is one of high im portance, and in which every citizen is greatly interested. The draft that is mode on the purses of the tax-payers of the Slate to pay the criminal expenses of the courts, is tbe heaviest felt. This, in connection with the irregularity in the charges In buls of costs in different circuits, is matter of just and urjevous commainu. it is sreauy to oa ue- aud Rev. E. 31. Richardson, whUe the closing I sired that the Judges and district-attorneys 11, .... I 1 I 1 1-. T , 1' I H11 ottunil tlilo .n ....t t i onH If thotfirnlntA Will cuuuUL-iU UV XV. VIGlllUbUU, lll. A. I " " i....... cuu " nut.., f," ...... Pullen and A. P. Davis. The public are in-1 it with the spirit that seems to animate the Read medical card of Dr. L. L. Cole man, oculist anu aurist, -iuy main street1 Go to Leddin's Business College. MEMPHIS AND NEW ORLEANS WEEKLY LEAVES MFMPllIS EVERY TIIUKS- 1IAI AX 4 P.M. For Mouth of White River. Helena. Chicot Citr. GreenviUe.. Vlcksburg, Natchez, and all plantation and ueuu liiiimiigs Wit" leave THURSDAY, Nov. 13, at 5 pjn the steamer JOHS IL MAUDE, J. F. N oeL master. AIL Grissom. clerk Will leave THURSDAY, Nov. 0, at 5 pjn., the steamer OUACHITA BELLE. F. A. Blanks, master. Jos. Holmes, clerk. Will leave as above. For freight or passage apply on board. JOHN T. WASHINGTON. Aeeut. noS Madison street. VICKSBURG and NEW ORLEAN: I Merchants' Southern Packet Company FOR NEW ORLEANS AND THE BENDS. I HAVE at No. 158 Beale street, where can lie found good, dry wood and the best Pittsburg coal, which will be sold at tho lowest market price. ? P..-PIROTTI, Agent. TOKS Jiixporter, John A. Williamsmaster I i-yrd.. clerk Will leave WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3d, at 12 m. Apply to K. V.Id.UHTBL RNE. Agent. dec-2 290 Front street. FOR CIIICLNNATL vlled to be present, and the Masons urgently request that their numerous lady lrienas will sena wmie nowers to tne ureeniaw opera house this morning, as such will add mnch to comptroller, great good wiU certainly result: Comptroller's Office, ) Nashville, TEKKNovember 28, 1373. Sir After consultaUon with. Eom'o,of.thet thedesired character of the occasion. All the 1 tmitrps nmf Histriet attxirnciR tit thtate.F r. 1 .. . . 1. ..1... 1 .1 . V. .4 n n 1 ........ I 1 . . . . . . . . . , UICIUIICISUI U1Q VllJ IVUCS9 WUU UU1W1, UllUlU accompanying their families and lodges to the Lodge of Sorrow are notified to meet as above stated at the hall oi South Memphis lodge by seven o'clock, sharp, and march in the procession, which is to be under the charge of 11. K. Pullen, W. M. Masons who wish to accompany their families are not re quired to assemble at the lodge-room. Masons and their tamllles wiU be admitted to the parquette, and the pubUc to the family-circle. 1 it ,343 Main. COUNTRY RESIDENCE The country resi- j dence of the late Major E. A. Beecher, on the old Raleigh road, about miles from the ttf TTo u a nowonri MimffMnhla fosl ri Art A f -r ?.' iV.C . I ail necessary out-houses; about 25 acres, offwed for sale at a bargain. The shop wUl be of KoXi ld. Terms reasonable. Posse. have concluded to reauest a meetlnz of the Judges, having criminal Jurisdiction, and district attoine vs. In this city, on Tuesday. the thirteenth of January. Your presence ia earnestly soUcited. As you are aware, the expenditure for State prosecutions amount to nearly one-half the entire annual expenses of the whole state. 1 Deiieve that tins amount, with due allowance for the growth ofthe State, can be greatly reduced by the con current action 01 yourseii anu associates. At least some uniform rules as to the man ner of taxing costs in the different circuits can be adopted and some needed reforms oe lorciDiy presentea to tne juegisiature. The time appointed will Interfere with the holding of some of the courts of the State. w. J. B. Lonsdale left yesterday for Pac fa ""JF8 inat ,ine importance oi tne bud- St. fnlg. I jects to uts uiscusseu. iHJH Hlt3 guuu W U1C pw 1 nta t ..tot., .it tt , . n iri i run. iniir 1111 irivr. Major Tj. K. KfiRtrnns. a Ipadinrr nit!-1 will instllv the aalournment of a term until len of Holly Springs, Mississippi, is in the. I a suitable time lor the holding of a special city. session. I sincerely hope that you wui at- -- - - - y n 1 ujAUUaoiug, lugeeuugauu jyiujcvuui, tun-nwA viUe. AT WHOLESALE, ' 5 forcash AT'COST OF IMPORTATION, aiemphls and Ohio Jtiver Packet jeor ixuisvuie anu Cincinnati. c.. AT Andy 35ainn, I J. H. Vlntonmaster C. B. Woodbury clerk ijeaves wmJiNnauAi, iiec. m, at a pan. For freight or postage apply on board, or to aecz is. li. uoisn r CO., Agents. LEUBRIirs. FOR WHITE RIVER. PERSONAL. Advertise in Holly Springs Jleporter MXlMrill.S STEAK DYKING EsTAB- L1SUMENT, NO. 61 MADISOff ST. The latest styles of boots, shoes and suppers always 10 do iouna at rnomas u. coney cs. co s, sdo aiain streeu For Helena, Clarendon, Des Arc, West Point, j acKsonport, ana au w ay landings. tjteainer JKila, UWUAA Ms iHUOUUUIlUKl , JJUUiUUUhm. rfwU Leaves THURSDAY, Dec. 4th, at 5 pjn. S. B. MILLE U. Acent. 2 Elliott ffioclr. d c2 corner Proraunade and Jefferson st. FOR HELENA. etc., Slemphls and Helena Trl-Weekly 1.1 ue, sir. st. I'cancis. r-ss J. H.cummings . : master , , I AJ,. I. L 1 f, VJ ij 1U1A1111V1U) 111U AJ- v iiitiisci in xxuiij' ioijiiJLiiyj ji.cui to dais anaaaiuiujAis, at gpjn. b orrreigm orpassaso apply on ooaru. Kepellants, cassimeres, Jeans, a line assortment, at tailuk,jui k cu.13., 31 jiain street. Iforjwhich the meeUng is meantime I shall be pleased called, in tho Wk ask our ccstomers. as a soecial to receive any favor, to give us their orders tho day before Mr. G. W. HOLST returned vesterdav IsuggesUons which you may think properto they need the goods, to enable uajj. j. 11 . jj.uiiJi letniijcu j'coieruaj' Tfc,.,i v , ,h nurnoses of the assem. ho Sinrn nromnt in thS dellverv of sa LT Wm. Schneider, with gunsmith's tools, is rusted or leased. All repaired work not taken an ay before December 13th wiU be sold. Ap ply at 43 WASHINGTON street. lirlNK AND BEER HALL A first-class wine and beer hall, one Of the best stands lutneeity. inquire at inis mfiCE. Apply to G RIDER nou. OttICK Hrics. lor sale. I) & DEN NIK, or STL Madison street. sion given immediately. Apply to BELCHER A FENTRESS. Attorneys. no9 Irving Block, Second street. HOUSE No 559 Jefferson street extended, in a most desirable neighborhood, with garaen lot aajoming. Appiy to from a pleasant visit to Indianapolis. In dlana. Mr. Philip Thomas, the poetical editor of the Avalanche, returned yesterday irom a wee& s visit to ijouss. Mb. J. G. Allen, of Hot Sprincs. is In the city on a flying trip. Mr. Allen is a clever gentleman, and we commend him to our citizens. make relative to the purposes of the assem blage, ltespectimiy, jjnu. v. iiuitv.ii, comptroller. THE COURTS. bo more nromnt in the delivery of same. JHemplils, Helena nnd Way Landings lri-weemy packet. iStr. Fat Ulefourne W. J. ASHFORD. Watklns, I Dressmaker, Wntkins, 373 Wntklns. main. COAL! COAL! COAL! -....master Leaves Memphis TC1SSDAYS, THURSDAYS ana aAxutuiAXU, at a pjn. Saturday's trip extended to Phillips' Bayou, I on St. Francis river. For freight or passaze apply on board. oc3 J. P. MEt i Union street. QALOON A first-class saloon. In bestbusl O new location, new and eleganUy fitted up, and with a good stock of liquors. A fine sum mer garden attached to the house. Terms very liberal. Particulars at sepit APPEAL OFFICE. RliDisJNCnr A home-like house and im proved lot. Inquire at 27 Ruth street. -VFFICE3 AND SLEEPING ROOMS At J X71 and 373 MAIN Street. I COTTAGE - Cottage, next to corner of Her- j nando road and Chapln avenue, 20 per montn. j. x. buhllaj w , z,a jqain st. TJ ESIDENCE A good brick two-story resl- l ii aence. wita eient rooms, pooa water ana all conveniences, No. 673 Shelby street. Also, AMUSEMENTS. Supreme Conrt. October Term, Monday, December 1, 1S73. 99, Fowler 4 Moore vs Payne, reargument relused ; ;808, Dabbs A Blakely vs State, afflrm- ea ; tuv, iteese vs ixjaru ot xuuee ui ijea county, affirmed and remanded; 009, Files vs Treasurer of Itawamba county, affirmed; 285, ri'l . . rr-.. .. 1 .... .-.,.-..1 . f. .7 1 T In. .... . Old Han luce. 1 , i...... i , un'ns.r.Tt, D(,Q ,1 1. ...i. . .i . I 11,1111 mw, 1 , .1 , ...... , nejtb muuuny oiu xrau xucv, uio veteran i ts. jNixon vs nartzonn. reveiseuanu remanu- showman, will commence his grand circus ed; 8S5, Kaufman vs Whitney, affirmed; 81, exhlbiUon in this city, and continue to Inter- Wooten vs Rutland, reversed; 450, Semonton est our people during the week, everybody vsBacon, affirmed; 658, McNeil vs Roach, re- knowB Dan Rice, and It would therefore be versed; 759, Smith vs Nye, executor, a fllrmed; P. G. BIGLEY. 273 Main (corner South Court.) Citizens! Register promptly. IT you do not you cannot vote at the munici pal election In January next. REGISTRATION. Pj Ad1v to Peter Mitchell T 219 Madison IE I .iv' f 1 V""". anu eoai. r or supernuous to speaK at lengtn concerning tne 612, Galbreath vs Smith, administrator, amrm- " Vifpin nrt XJ Appiy to I'eter jiHoneu, aiadison st. further particulars, call on merits-and innumerable attracUons of his ed: 397, Heth, administrator, et al, vs Blister, .TU,?y,!?aii,ll m AI'H I VKUl A hnruLmw., Hn on11 1 ' .1 . HKAh ,KT. h'l PnnnUAARTTPllT. nr.nG . Trl nn rr 1 1, cnu, a t im nf an rT-n I .,!., t ... . .. .. 1 , ... i . ! .! . ur BUCCU uuiaimw uia ill press, all nearly new. will be sold cheao. at 391 SeoBd street. Jyls RKS1DENCE&-TWO brick residences In the Titus block, corner Market and Third sts. Apply to HARRIS A PILLOW. Ofifl ACRES OF LAND In lots from ten CtJU to twenty acres, on both sides of the i4kniMitppl and Tennessee Kaliroad.fi vs miles from Memphis; see map and address P M apJ No. 218 Madison street. INOINKS CUBBINS A GUNN, Adams St. Pj have for sale some of the most substan- Ual and elegantly finished t Uonary engines in roe vi uiw-vi otates. iu9 is : position engine, so mneh admired by thousands. Is amonr the number. It is SO-horse power. GenUemen de siring engines for mills, etc., should call and examine. For simplicity and strength they are not w pe exceuea. isii TO EXCHANGE. OFFICES RESIDENCE Residence on Wellington street: offices. No. S3 South vvoun street. Appiyto 1. b. iuiuiLi, se!9 K Madison street. pERMANIA HOUSE Corner of Shelby IT and Gayoso streets, at a bargain. Apply at once to John Somervell, office 308 Second treet, corner Monroe, Memphis, Tenn. sepls which is brllUantly equipped and excellently I Mississippi Central Railroad Company vs Ma- trainea in every respect, is tne wonaenai i son, peution for reargument suomittea; 7OT, ueorgia Jtiome insurance tvorapany vs junes, leave unui next saturuay to me petition ior reargument; 02, Bernard vs Smith, petition bUnd horse "nxcelslor, jr." This animal performs more tricks than the fa mous steed which In ante bellum days created such a sensation wherever Dan Rice showed. The clown is par excellence, and his Jokes are entirely original, apt, and at all times nabDV. f rom nis long experience in the show-business, old Dan Rico has learned Tho places for tho registration of the voters in the rentn ward are: MONDAKH, at tho corner or Georgia street WEDNESDAYS, on Main iississippi ana xennessee depot. THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS and SATUR DAYS, at the corner of Seventh and Broad way streets. J. u. onaar, registrar. CHSEK IiTKE. TVTEMPHIS AND VICKSBURG PACKET 111. Company Tri-weekly Line. For Hel ena. Friar's Point, Napoleon and the Bends, u. a. Jtiau to apoicon. ine steamers . A. j. wnixis. SMark Clieek Jlaster .IT k. GEO. W. CHEEK. tJaSSaHHaiGeorge M alone .-...Master one or tne above steamers will leave TUES DAYS, THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS, at 5pjn Aclerk.wlllbefound at the big red wharf- Doat to receive ireignc at au times. a or ireigns or pasbaga appiy on ooara or to GEO. W. CHEEK, Sup't, sep30 No. 2fiS Front street. FOR OSCEOLA. E?tmet1u?irehfac CANIfEL, KIT. CARBON, oubll cation : 1103. Brant vs Bracey et al. dock eted and dismissed: 910, O'Leary vs Bolton, leave given to file writ-of-error bond ; 911 1 AND SHOTWELL COALS. OESIDENCES-DwelJtog,8rooniiUnlonsL leave to file writ-of-error I gBOWN A JONES, No. 2S2 Main street' Kccnlnr Tri-Weekly Const Packet. Memphis, Fulton and Osceola Packet. Str. Frank Eorrest, rujC5 T. P. Sexton master Will leave every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY", making all tho coast landings. or rreignt or passage appiy on boaru. noiu LV Also, suburban residence and li acres. MINOR MERIWETHER, 310 Second st. "11HE second and third floors of 351 Main St., A very ugm toeing on corner oi an alley), suiiaoie ior a wnoiesaie notion noose. render such exhibitions entertaining, and, at I bond. tne same time, iree irom any leature mat would vulgarize refined feeling. We predict a crowded tent every night; for ail want to see Daniel In the lions' den. Regular Memphis, Fmdolph, Fulton and Gayoso Landing Semi-weekly Packet. Second Chancery Court Walker, Chau-1 ceiior. to SPICER4RY. Apply AN. T7ARM For a city lot. a small farm of 74 1 L acres ot land, one mile north of Raleigh, ju acres ciearra, wita two tenements, inquire ... , 1 1 V- A lFIT,fTl V VIM IMA. M U, 111, 379 Main street. Prtee. 925 per aere. dec2 FOR SALE OR RENT. FFICES Cottages, and one storeroom on V.' Mam street. Appiy to McttAE. MYERS A 8NEED. tay 27SK Main street PEEJSONAli. I-ROF. JOS. ANDERSON. 40 Jetterson t fumishesmutjicfordanclngparties. Satis factlon guaranteed. Any nnmber Instruments. THIN EH E LAUNDRY We have opened j laundries at Nos. SI Poplar street and 07 Jefferson street. One shirt, IS cents; two shirts, 26 cents; make 'em new; look like new glass. Drawers, 10 cents each; email pieces, 5 The Policemen's Ball. The members ot the police force survivors of the epidemic contemplate a social reunion and merry-making, in the form of a grand baU, to take place at some suitable place, to be mentioned hereafter, on the twenty-ninth of December. The occasion wUl be Cases set for to-day: Gunn vs Thornton, 1 Topp vs Hetzel, MiUer vs Harms toad, Hogan I vsHoean. Goodwyn vs Winn, Nolan vsGiv-l ens, Ragland vs AnderMjn, same vs same, To rlan v Held, Cannoran vs Magiveny, Topp vs Wiggin, McCluro vs Foster, Shore vs Shore. Collier vs Anderson. York vs Garner. Liudsev vs Lindsey, Choat vs Easterly, Dwyer vs Sav-1 additional biter news. JifcLKifiStr. West Wind, J Wr Andrews. ..master ( O. K. Joplln cierk For fuU river news see third pagej Keteorologlcal Becord. SIQN AX, 8KKVICB UNITED STATES AKJtT, 1 Memphis, Tknn., December 2, 1S73. J Leaves Memphis every MONDAY and FRI- daxs, at o.o'ciockl p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, noli one of the happiest of the Christmas plea-1 age. Stillman vsStiliman, Hallum vs Price, , ...... ., . 1 h. mnat li. r- r--i, r.i .....I I fl nun 1 tjt, . Cur--nr-.i!! IJt.lii , -7 lr, r" rr 1, The original french john can be found at "312 Front street, where he serves the finest lunches at the lowest prices. I "tOTTAUB A handsome new cottage. No. urawers, ;u pen w eacn ; tmaiij Kj IWOrkans street; will sell on fatorable I ceats clothl?k u. ures. and wUl be most liberally encouraged by our citizens. The story of the suffering of the police force ot Memphis which was greater in nroDOrtlon to number than anv other body of men in tbe city la too well Known to do soon iorgotten oy tne citizens ot Memphis. Tbe survivors of the enldemic and there are but few leit of the old force have taken tbe matter in hand, and we are informed wiU be aided by his honor Mayor Johnson, Alderman Pettlgrew, Counci i- man Zent, Chlet Athy, Captain. Wether- Apply to E. M. APPERSON A CO. noZ7 HANG LEE, 31 Poplar. WAN LEE, 67 Jefferson. Marett Brothers, of the Worsham house bar, have inst received a-stocls of the celebrated Burbank whisky from Kentnckv. ford. Sergeant Braun, and Captain Harry I and reduced the pruje off drinks to -fifteen v.i Hiiinv I . wuv, win uck aa .nc v wiiui 11 1 l vti iv - Barometer - Change since lost re- Tn?rmo'm'e'terirrZ!! Change In twenty- iour nonrs Wind Weather. Rainfall., 6:3 A. x. 20.109 .007 61 xl S.E. Cloudy. ui 3:43 P.M. 29OT -012 67 X2 S.E. Cloudy. 10.08 pjir. -023 65 X4 S.E. Cloudy. Hie 1 i CIOTFON FARM A fine cotton farm, 1200 ) aeres, in Shelby county, on Mississippi river; over KX) acres cleared, balance fine Um ber, if not sold by January I, 1S71, will be tented for 1674. McFARLAND A GOODWIN, Atfa, now 39 Madison street. FOR LEASE OR RENT. I7ARM Of 60 acres, with fruit, etc, 3 mUes X east of Memphis, on Poplar street turn pike, suitable for market garden. A liberal lease will be given, and possesion at any lime. J. L AMONETT, n49 lgMadbon street. TtRANSFEK AGENTS We are the only au- thorized omnibus and transfer agents in Uemphis fir the Padncah and Memphis, and also the Memphis and Little Kock railroad. Lave oiaers at zi anu aiv, juain sire-et ior omnlbnv- " M. PATTERSON CO. LOCAL PABAGHAPHS. ceptlon. It Is needless to say that the citizens of Memphis who owe so much of gratitude to these faithful guardians or their property during their necessary absence from our plague-ridden city, wUl come up with a hearty support of tbe undertaking, and will con- ,..,.,,,.. hnfh V... ti t , r, r j. Ti , 1 Ti T"i.f i. it ru t n make it one of the most "enjoyable events of column. the season. The eentiemen oi tne pouce know how to do their part of the work, and will not lack for a hearty co-operation of our citizens. Itemember the policemen's ball. The Exposition. S. W. RHODE, Observer, . Signal Service, United States Army. u ay seiegrapn. MESIPJIIS STEAM Y1NG ESTAB- LISII31ENT, NO. 01 MADISON ST. Attend Wifrjiaus & Thorn's cost sale of underwear. See card In another FKESH OYSTERS. . . V. T ........ .1 n n .. ....... aW-amta. a I Al TnTrnMnnndwAl . , .. . ... AUUUJCrUUSC tthlrcuuauvs n uo umcircu IM, I ll-tf CUC1WU DUCCb jluks v.! vuuuvu initio wjiis utci i this place oi popular resort last mgut. 3iany noon. I visitors from the country dallv attend the Ex- A dray loaded with five bales of cot-1 position, which Is constantly growing in in- 4on came very near falling Into the river yes- terest and affording orimani attractions, sev- "T ARM. FARM. I terday afternoon, Laura Calhoun (colored) was arrested last night for stealing four dollars and a half iromamena atrvo. x Adams street. The adjourned meetiueof the Mem- Dbis cotton exchamre will rnnvcnA n tho lor tenants and gin, fine apple, peach and Chamber of Commerce hall this afternoon to Church home, Leath orphan asylum, Hebrew peeaa orchards ; land wiU make a bale cotton 1 elect officers. I orphans, and for the colored orphans in this peracie: twentyfeet abovehigh water, and The Old Folks met In trm i.lml, city. Each box bears the name of the church " fTr atKTy laTm.iu lease w are- f erce yesterday afternoon or InsUtution havmg tbe care or the orphans, sjwiWe party lor a term of years.. Address f JxhanlJ SStS22S Kai "Zl?. and the one receiving the largest sum willal- My farm In JMadrid Bend, Lake county, Tensehnee, fronUng Island No. 10. on tbe Mtmtst4i.pl river, with five hundred acres in cotton and com, fine residence and houses etal elegant paintings have been added to tbe art-gallery, which is very much admired be cause of the fine specimens to be seen in the varied collecUon. The biblical panorama was enjoyed very much, and possesses unusual merit, rue citizens reuei cunmutieeycs'.eruay nlaced charitv boxes in the Exposition for tne orphans of St. Peters and St. Mary's churches, John Gaston will furnish his custom ers with fresh shell oysters and alltbeluxu ries of the season until twelve o'clock every mgau Watlilns, Dressmaker, Walking, 373 Watklns. Alain. me at 39 Madison street, Memphis, or on the place. W. H. TOLER, nog Toler's Landing. Tennessee. SALE OR EXCHANGE. SnSi n-ext tVe;"aTtemcorcu so be presented with a sewmg-machlne by the ... , , . . . , " . . I wneeier ac Wilson company, visitors to tne We are indebted to Marett Broth- Exposition should remember thesa boxes, em. of the Worsham House, for a sample of I which are near the bead of the stairway in their excellent Kentucky Durbank whisky, I the south gaUcry. To-night there wiU be pTTTSKlIRO nANN'KT, MT f,UTin which, in purity and flavor has no superior, another grand attendance, and Irom this time L Ai "l UttW, --.L, jii. CAltDUJ, lARM For city property, a farm of 127 acres, 7 in cultivation, tec mues Irom the -Justice Miller yesterday required t$aiiasy'mbeci0v!'1- Very Mam ttwanl T ti ft Kendall, whn htotu n &t Jiu vuiit Miviia uiuw AXXIIXl UJO 1 litum m.j " - MWra on MemDhU and Charleston ralirnail. 1 that he used fiery language ana vowea to end IMfii I ana, an orues. ootiom. uail at 208 1 ner extsieiice. TWe-rahurfr has BhlDDeu. this season. nine thousand bales of cotton to Memphis. street, Memohis. WM. HEWITT. MEJU'MIS STEAM DYEIHG ISTAB- LiSIIMXNT, BO. 01 S1AD1SOX ST. LOST. O PBOTAOLHS A pair of heavy gold speola O des. The finder will be rewarded by leav ing tbe same at (feel THIS OFFICE. OurbmS CAXSEL, KT. CAEBOlf, and remember tnat tne ij'erhULirB jrrogrctt is i iviiiiiihiii medium for advertLslnz their bust to a wealthy ana emignienea com- l munity. In the probate court yesterday. An AND SHOTWELL COALS. drown A jones, No. 282 Main street OU- A Hver-colored water spaniel puj iat iwo montus viu. fivaouarsn wriw. nald for his return to evj HALL'S STABLE. b5 Union st. v-i HUH1PT BOOKS Two dray receipt books, Kj No. S and 18, at the warehouse of the I nt-en Storage Company, A suitable reward will be paid If returned to Memphis City Transfer Company, No. 8 West Court street, or rtansier iHKAI,Ix)LiPH, at the shed. drew IL Langbeln was appointed guardian of PITTSBUBB, CANNEL, SIT. CABB0N the minor heirs of Julius Hubsch and J, K. I AND SHOTWELL COALS. Gogsn, guardian of the heirs of David and Eveline Keller. Michael Daly was appointed .1 .. . l t . tr.tnr tT A.1nhflAl VltTTi.. frii.li- nn.l Elizabeth A. Allen administratrix of W. L. I EBOWN A JONES, No. Allen. Court meets at nine o clock this morning. j Hamtarv-isereeaui itoizers, a snort l ikd while ago, bought an unclaimed trunk soldi 248 Second at puouc aucuon, upuu eiwmmmg tne con- stano. PlTTSBnita. December 2. The Mononira- helatis stationary, with 6 feet 8 inches In the channel. No arrivals or departures except lo cal packets, St. Louis. December 2. River falling. with about 4K feet to Cairo. Weather cloudy anu warm, witu a urizzung rain, rrivea: Henry Ames. New Orleans: Mary Alice. Memphis. Departed : Uabbage, Vlcksburg. EVANSVI1.I.E, December 2. The weather fn ..'.... I.. .. .. , 1 ...11.1 . ... . .. ... 1UO r. 1 .'1 1 3 Tt.. Keceived daily by Victor D. Fuch!-, stationary, weather cloudy and warm. Port list: up: Arlington, aun. uown: aiary Ameni,ii ajn. - Nasuviixk. December 2. River falling. with 9 feet 8 inches on the shoals. Weather clondv and warm with rain. No arrivals or departures except local packets. 'Cincinnati, December 2. Elver 22 feet 9 Inches, and faUlng. Arrived: James D. Parker, Memphis. Ssw Orleans. December 2. Weather ralnv. ArMvedrNick Lomrworth.Clnclnnatl ADVERTISE in Holly Springs Bevorten Hhn . B .Maude. Memphis. Departed: Thom- . - - - - las SherloSkS.Clnclnnatl; John Kyle, Future t.iiy anu oarges, oi-buuis. Vicksbubo. December 2. River rising. Weather clouuy ana com. miwn : Mountain Belle, Charles Dodmann. Up: Kate Kinney, iseiie oi lexas. inuiana. ut-iie ul xazoo. cem- O T-l ') n l.'tirr rrrfkta ti f-nni-i -rfll V I lnole. New Orleans. 1 a.m.: Fanny lewls. St. Louis. 4 p.m.; Bismarck, St, Loul,o p.m. Departed: Anna, Memphis, 3 pjn. Rive risen 18 inches. Weather ciouay ana pieasanu Weilther Probabilities. Washington. December 2-Forthe north west, variable to fresh and brisk northwest erly win as, witn partly ciouay ana com weather, and probably lleht snow. Kor th.lake .renion. easterlv to southerlv Winos, witn ciouay weatner ana ram. or tne umo vauey ana tnence soutnwara to the gulf, llebt to fresh southeasterlv to southwesterly winds, cloudy weather and light rain, lollowed, by lesa cloudiness on Wednesday. For tbe south Atlantic States. Ies3 pressure. sparing temperature and increasing cloudi ness, and possibly light rain in South Carolina and Georgia. For the New England and middle States, conunueu ciuuuy ami uireaiciimjj weatner. Ruffs, collarettes, neck-ties, ribbons ana jaces, in variety, at tax 1AJB, J o i -ot uu.'S., 3K Main street. !IR, CARRMTON MASON Has this day been appointed Agent of tho OLD HARTFORD FIR Insurance Company, OF HARTFORD, CONN., For jXozxxp3as, Ton-n. This Company has been for many years rep resented by the late H. A. LITTLETON, whose friends and patrons, and those of the Com pany, are respecuuiiy asKea ior a continuance of their patronage to this old and well known Company. Parties indebted to the Company for pre miums on policies neretoiore issuea. are re quested to maae payment oi tne same to GARRD.6T0N MASON, AT tfo. 9 Madison Street, who is tha only person authorized to collect ana receipt ior me same. aeci w.LAit.-ijCia.r,Dpeciai Agent. GET' house wan-i. Salesroom 512 Second street. I Samples In imposition. H.HAINER. AND SHOTWELL COALS. brown & jones, No. 282 Main street. Attend Robertson's Business College. Armstrong's Photographic Gallery,. No. 2U Main rtreetv Three faultless gem pic tures ior nitjcents PEAYEE MEETINGS COSIUUED. TheUnJori prayer meeting, at the Conrt- 5ri THE copartnership heretofore existing be tween WM. E. Y BATMAN and WM. F. AHD12KSOK, under ino nrmnameoi yisax MAN A ANDERSON, General Commission Merchants, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. Either party is authorized to sign tho firm noma in iiquiaauon. wot, r.. ijv,Axflift.w. WM. F. ANDERSON, Memohis. December 1. 1873. The business, will be continued by WM.E. YEATMAN, at No. 8 Howard's row, who so licits a continuance of the patronage ex tended the late nrm. aecj C.W.F3AZEB, Attorxi.oyat-Jjw, 27S Main st., corner South Conrt. JTOTICE. U 1.1 CVlr V UlllilV'l i-Vlll HCtrUHirUUl til Ul till" iliUI VU"" - -.- v... u,. ttwcmiui, of deep and growing Interest, and wUl be 1 with light rain and. snow in the former, and 2S2 Main strppt. conUnued at least during the present week, ain In the latter; tho pressure wUl diminish, miibcaniiuiij uoi,-jioiM,,iiir u viuvk uiii " -. j ...... I. g, - - r No change will be made in the business of -tills Aim, In .comiefiuence oC the death, of . . ' - . f the evening, conducted as fallows: laiondayfl gradually veering to easterly, and -southerly Mr- Newton Ford. The business will ba con- THECheartandteatSTEAMDYKmGjRev.W.E.lWra Atlantip cpast. aJimn uhertaforeinnSerthB:Mm(..nrm CZ.SANINO JiousK- in tho citv ls' at' Wednesday. Revt E;"Or4McLeanriThursdav? eAiteatnetehthlinstaat'tne display of cau-l . .. " ": " . tionary signals wui oe suspenaea at tne lace namo. - - r, uuiu u v.w. 8P. no5 street. Hunt 4 Hanson's old. Rev. G. A. Lolton; Friday, Itev. E, M. Rich- HAW uon & WALKER, ardson; Saturday, Rev. L. c. Taylor. onarv signals will be suspended at the lake ports ior tne winter. November AUCTIOIT. By A. E. FrarikLuidr 195 & 197 Main St. . Wednesday Horning, 10 o'cl'k. r I rrr O ,'. " f.lil- UU LILm UliJtUrt.llCa, VlUUCri. SUgHiTllCUTriAU.; laises, Canned Goods. S(.p.c!aiidle.(,.Tobacoo: Dy order J no. scneiDier. vaministrator. dcc2 A. E. FItANKLAND. Auc'ioneer. A. E FRANKMP, AUOTIOJS' AND Commission Mercliant, AND, UNDER WIUTERS' , AGENT, 195 AZLdL 107 IVTraJLsa. f34' .. .TraawTEix BLOCK. "' i's-t a T--1P1 & f tt:jb Dry-GooiI, Clothintr, Boots, Shoes, Hats, NotIoas,;IIo3ier7, Cutlery -andiFancy Goods. 10NDATS, TTEDNESDATS & FRIDAYS GEOCEBIES AND FDKNITUEE TCESDATS A5D TIIUXMOATH. W Outdoor sales attended to with prompt ness and dispatch. W Am Die room for storage. ssj- Always in store a large stock oi merch andise at private saie. but- city and country merchants will benefit themselves by examining stock and attending sale.. a. iriuuii-iiAni'. AnokT. UQTTORS. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN I wiiiim & hiwma 358 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. Charles Heidsieck Champagnes. DRY S1LLERY AND EXTRA. FOR' SALE BY THE PRINCIPAL GROCERS AND WI3US MEllUHAJSlTj. A. VACOABO. 2. VA00A3O. A.'X.YACOASO CPTcsxjijrjr. A. YACCAS & . Importers onil Sealers In &KD CI&AES, No. 324 Front Street. - Memphis AGEHCT5T. A. J. YAUGHAN & CO., GENERAL GRANGE AGENCY AND COJDIISSION HOUSE, So. 33 S. ITont Street, Memphis, Tenn. "TT"E RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT CONSIGN- ff ments or Cotton and anu arm iToaucts. Commission on sale of cotton tl (XI per bale. All orders tilled at wholeaaln prtcea. ovS rlwi MISCEULANEOUS. Seed Cotton Wanted At No. 215 Washington Street. WE will pay the highest market price fo: SEEO COTTON of every description, All persons who mavhave nnninned cotton and wish to sell it, can obtain the cash for it at No., 215. Washington street, near Poplar street marKec nOVSU riOKME-NT UAliKUULi. NOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS SHELBY" CPU NTT. ...TT T ' .nv. .....'... A., ltn linTTtnn riun rlnllv. UVrVllVC ,V1. 1 .1 .1 T 11 US6U UTU , I ered to me by the Clerk of the County Court. I am now ready to receive and receipt ior state ana county taxes ior io..s. anmQ who Immediately come up and pay all their LiLXeH. LUe IKlttlt.VIUr llllllllll wsitouumui tneir property to tne assessor wui no remittea. i none tne tax -pavers will resoona promptiv to this notice, the present tax-law being very stringent, both upon tax-collector and tax payer, uw.. it- 1'vj w jxj. State and County Tax-Collector of Shelby county, IS73. aoa Valuable Farm for gale or Beat SIT DATED near Linden, on the'St. Francis river, containing 110 acres. 150 of which are cleared and 33 more deadened, and pro duces usually one- nolo to tne acre, tne re mainder a beautiful slope at the babe of Crow ley's Ridge, On said place Is a two-story iramea aweiung-nonse, a gooa gm-nouse ana other out-honses, well watered, with splendid range. Inquire of J. D. Thomas or John J. Jones, cear the place, or to the undersigned, nolS No. 1 Howard's Row, Memphis. J, 0. JOHNSON & CO., OTTON BUYERS. MEMPHIS. TEHK". A STITCH IN TM SAVES NINE. DO not neglect a cough because it troubles you butlittle now. Now Is the verytime it is easiest removed, and none would sutler if they knew how easily they can bo cured by the timely use of DUCONGE'S PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP. Sufferers from all ailments of the Breast, Lungs and Throat will And that by using tho PECTORAL BALSAMIC SYRUP they are using the host expectorant, which removes all phlegm, soothes all Irritation, and radically cures. For sale In Memphis, l enn., by 11. t UUU1JX1SA1., SEABROOK A BUFORD, OCH . H C. STEEVER A CO. IAYING out of grounds to suit anytaste; j planting and furnishing all kinds of ev ergreens, shade and fruit trees, roses shrubs, bulbs and flowers. AIL my stock, which is of the very best quantity, is procured at the Klmwood Nurserv. where I mav be addressed. or at the Central Hotel, Memphis, Tenn. u. uiiii. u jiur. i . City or country work promptly attended to Established 33 Tears. 7onos' Conrmorcirtl AND TELEGRAPH COUjEGE. Fifth and Olive Streets, St. Louis. CIRCULARS (German and English) and specimens of Penmanship sent FREE. Write for one. No vacation. J un Al nAfl j or. na, irresicieni. J.W. lOHNSON.Man'gPrin. PLEDGE, McKAT Sc GO, Cotton Fs WHOLESALE GRCiCERS K AND COMMISSION jHEECSARST ,.. Jlfos- 371 and S7S jSIAJBS ST., MSSPIOS. Oflur to the trade of Memphis and Merchante of e Country A LABQB AJTT SUPERIOR SUPPLY OF GROCERIEH, AT l'RICBS AS LOW AS. ANT HOUSE IN THE TRADE, coaffattaig in part of - Flour ot all Grades and Brandy. Sugars I.oalNlaiia,iDemarara and all gratlea oCmilttuvirst. k . 3IoIa.iics and SjTaps, all grades and prices; Sack, and barrel Salt. - Tobacco all grades j snperfor asssortaient. Bollt. Pork, S. C. Hams and caslt Bacon. , Coffee and Teas all grades. Baegrlng, Tie and JTaj! -fas-j I.ard Tierces, 3IaII Barrels, Kegs, Bnclteln andTln-palla. ' WlilUy ail grades: none superior In mariic - Oysters, Canned Frails, Xlaislnf. and Cheese. Candles and Soaps, at Cincinnati prices. g An J all other Cnodn r ept In a first-clang CrocBry Hnqn. mi .1 i. i i. ... .. , , ,. , jj ll rpHB far-jpstfRtoclc or BEDROOM, PARLOB, DlNiNGRGOM, KITCHEN and OFPICK, X yURNITOBE In the South. CARPETS. Entire new stock; of Wiltons, Velvet, Brunsela. Three-Plys, Two-PlysEHempn, Straw and Cocoa Mattli gs. MATTRESSES- Spring, Hair, Cotton, Mom, Kxeetaior, and all oth er Icnown Irindx, of our own make. SHADES JZJJSTJD T.i AOS LJ 11 K"P TTvr.ct In great varietx, style an d price. OII.CI.OTIt-1 IN KNTIBE XE W D1WIGSS. We cava the largest stock in our line to be had In tb 9 Skrath. Clone buyers frtll find it to their Interest to call and see our gi vovte, at S2S Main Street, : : : : : HXemplu.s. Temi. OPENINGS WE ARE SOW EE.U)r TO EXHIBIT OUR FALL l'aiPORTATIOSS OP Fit Urn E iii Mi TOGETHER WITH ALL THE LATEST XOTELUES 0? THE SEASON I" RIBBONS, VELVETS, SATINS, SILKS Paris Flowers and Feaiiiers nElt"b nnd Aiurriiiin Felt and Velvet Gomlx, nnd a eomni'etc stoclcor wrcry article In tbe JIl!IIury line. Viiintry Wirrh.mli will pla srlv n ncnlL & SLAY, WiioUBrocersCotk Factors WANXTFACTUKERS' AGENTS FOB And the Celebrated Brand GAMECOCK BAGGING, IN OUR NEW STJ1EX, 369 FRONT ST, AND 32JLM0N SI, ODE, GAYOSO. Our stock Is now lare and complete in every respect, equaling any in the South, and we;feel prepared fora large Kali and Winter busineaH. Lirwrai Canh Advancwon I'mwlgnmmiU, neo3 IJEEAY z BIBGBLY", Gl IVgic31,toxi. SStrrcct. TTAVE THE MOST BLEGANT AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT EVER RECEIVED RY JZL them, embracing all -mod styles to be found in a first-class Tailoring BstabUsfament, and will All all orders entrunted to them with their nxual care. noil A. C. TREADWELL. A. B. .TSEADWELL. I B. 1. TREABTVIXI. , i mm, k BROS 5? . 11 Union Street, . Clarke & Co.. Lloyd No. 321 MATH ST., MEMPHIS. On account of the death ofJIr.S.S'.LIjOrc), and fortbe purpose of winding; up his estate, wo quw oner ourxursu anu weu seieui-eu block ui China, Glass Queenstuare AND HOUSE-FURNISHmC- GOODS GENERALLY, For Sixty 13 ays, at Cost, for Cash, or City Acceptance. We have In store and In Bonded Warehouse, a larse lot of ASSORTED CRATES, Imported expressly for cor conn try trade. November litft. LLOYD. VtlRUE ITHOLESALE AND 15 171 AIL DEALERS IN SH ADVANCE! G SST1 liberal casliadTanccymade on con signments of Cotton to our friends, Messrs. TV. C. Watts & Co., o Liverpool. WM. B0TFLES & SON. LBEEMEB HOUSE. Cor Second and Washington Sts, This is to notify the public that the above named house has never been closed dnrinir the late epidemic, notwithstanding all reports to thn contrary, and all those who will favor me with tneir patronage win nnu ub Dest ac' commodatlons at very reasonaoio rates. noil au. j u iii-Ai Litems sm. . 1 I'6Silr'iAmJ3S"fi,JtM( I W. C. JtrTLAND. C C. GKA1IA5I. II OOll URE CSLZF.LjTr'JblTl'Sr, j3TC, Wo. S9 Main Street. AUENTS FOIt THE Wonderful Woven Wire Mattresses. X, T. FBEEJfAX. J. J. SIIOEMAKEK M. . COCHKAN", S. A HATCHER, j. w- tuLniuui. M.E.& J.W. COCHRAN Manufacturers and Dealers la LUMBER, liATES. SbloBles, Dressed Flooring, Cellins, Weatherboardins nnd t'edar Ios ta. A COMPLETE STOCK OF DOORS," BASH, and Ullnds, of the best material, always on hand. Sawmills north oi jxavy-yaru. Office and Yard, foot of Washington streets Memphis. Tennessee. THE SPECIAL RELIEF COM MITTEE elves notice to nil hhiIt Odd Fellows or their fami. uon in tho citv. that they will be supplied with whatever their necessities may require, by making application lor order;. upon tne loiiowjiis cuuiuiitirtjeiutru; . . . . . r-,l-l,r,li 1 l.'i ( fw.. , i t . llKn.."W. Ti. CIUjOK.-5i MadiMin Ktrnir WMtHENKY',13 Madlsonn5treeU ' 3. p. HOFFMAN. S08' Mala. street; jTho.Odd.Fellowa' commissary store -willbe open from'iu to ia o ciocs onxuesdays. Thara- dajsand baturaays. no22 WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS, Ifo. 27S Front Street, Memphis. We are offering extra inducements in PORK- BACON, LABD, BAGGING, TIES, TOBACCO, COFFEE, NEW CEOPLOUISIANA MOLA'sSES and SUGAK. Liberal CASH advances on consignments of Cotton. TBI OLDEST HARDWIRE FIRM IN MEMPHIS No. 342 Main Street, Mempliis, Tenn. III. Hovln"- a mora" tmpIetaocthknl.nsnal, jfa.offerS15uaiiaiEaT3l iiavin a. f ! -fto -purchasers" Vi2itmgbur cltr. SMg i