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THE -MEMBCPIS DAILT APPEAL-SATUEDAY. 2STO"VEMBESK; 28, 1874.
mmim i SaIUXIJAY MOKSlMi, SOT. SP, 1874. lar&daxieal at this advice may seem. it fe replete with wisdom. "With a lew 1 ,Hr&niE,iIficact "captions the Democratic party in all parts of the "Union kavfl - oonnselod discretion, concillauoa and which the public schools of ohlef'and wealthier and more advanced commc nitles have reached. Wo congratulate the ohlldrerrof the necrolt?. the teachers. and the neonlo themeelvee. whose pride and boast Is the public school uystem of the city of Memphis. CURSOR COUSTT; Wo tint lmiir aco had something to L r non countv that was not pal- prudonee. The Radicals predicted that 4Ubie to tg citizens. A great outrage outlawry and .persecuuona wouia icnow nn(J jiagrant wrong had been comtniueu, the triumph of Democracy. But every-1 d w denounced It as we deemed It thlnf in the south is serene since the I .Vnrvdiv the neonleof elections. It Is true; the carpet baggera, I qhu were bitterly ho3tlle to the Ar. who haveo lone plundered the south. I E but in the end they came out of l . . I .. . , , f .1 1 -11 arejraiuciant.vro give up uieu Uielr passion aim muuiseu us. n cji, ui the throats of the people, and they pre- thnt ilft9 passed and. gone, and now we tend to see visions of rangers, in broad- ive a record to make for Gibson brimmed hats with snakes around them, ... t overshadows and blots out all mem- rleatherJacket3,Kix-ehooters and circular- jory 0f the outrage. This county has saw spurs, mounted on prancing horses, I eetusall a noble example. Its people escortlnc them out some moonUght hava m..ie their mark as ouite unto the nicat to a lonely black-jack thicket. I Br.Mt of the ace and the march of But the country nas piaceu a proper cs i rtrotrress and Improvement. As we tJmate upon these outrage stories. Theylellnl from tlie Nashville Banner, four are eoncocted by the "truly loyal" for a I ,,, were not more than sev- JgHirpose; but they have been need to ex-1 enty.flTe men in Gibson couuty willing yfMUjaususs. xiib oouui joiuure uniniuu-itovote forthe establishment oi a sys- teed to-aay man at any ume since j tgm 0f public schools. Mr. A. o. Currey, the war. If our people will par-1 oin 4h awinta necessity for them. the same wise policy of con-1 the crcat advantage to be derived dilation their ultimate deliverance I fmm them, bent his energies is assured. "Hasten slowly" should be toward the advocacy of the system, the motto of every patriot who desires .nH in fiiowine vear they were v muji Bee, uie country recuusuucieu ui a i established ou a Arm basis, upon nia sfcommon brotherhood. If there be a which they have since been maintained. "tide in the affairs of men which, taken 0n elected superintendent of the at the flood, leads on to fortune," there school- he at once perfected a system of a uae mine auairs oi parues rales regulations which had the 5Bh. if taken, leads to destruction and ntlcal eflfect of dlsclnlinlnc teachers ruin, -mere will soon oeaueooiugauu -n,. nl,nii9. nd won for the schools flowing in the Democratic tide, and if great popularity. The people of Gibson oar friends are not prudent the re- geeing and appreciating hia admirable ceding waters will leave them high and manner 0f building up and maintaining dry upon a Weak and barren shore. ihe schools, have retained bimin office CGreat'men and powerful parties are fre- ever smce Kow they propose, at the queStiy toppled over by insignificant I January term of the county' court, to in- causes. ureat results now irom trivial crease the school-tax to fifty cents, and incidents. Chicago was destroyed by thrnnh u to hav schools in orieraUon the!kJek of a cow. A crust of bread ten months in the year, and at the same choked a famous philosopher of an-time pradnaUv build all the necessary tiqsity to death, and a grape-seed, lodg- school-houses. The following statistics iBg in me wmupipe oi a great nisiorian, wlu the progress which the schools cm ou uie supply oi uream necessary have attained : Total scholasUc popula -wmeiwoper ana neaiuiy acuon or nis Uo between the aees of 6 and 18. 9070: riMustrkws lungs. Pyrrhus, after con- number enroUed in the public fi Suerlng half the world, in the moment L,,. ,, .i,,, ,. Bn,r,v An. ., , i01 was knocked on the head by 3Ji 1S74( ceaU of MOlvM5, UUlS llll0I1) average number in daily ,ue. ro' "l a attendance, 5322: per cent, of enroll. unqipeu a uie ou me psie ui ujc michty warrior as he entered the gates of a conquered city. The pum mei of a saddle bruised the fat naunch WHHam of Normandy, and he speed ' became food for worms: wmie a slight arrow-wound in the shoulder ex Uogfiifihed the vital spark of that terri bteraadroyal thunderbolt, Richard Coaur tfwl6,0116063 kCPt teachers,' 52. Tax levied by county ,OTat55ns peaking at each other for years, ta addiou to 6tate levy at the April vlL ,T r " , 7. , September term to 15 cento oa the 5100; . 1 T.i-..t. x,:- property, etc., taxed ad valorem, SI on O 'SVT. , VZJZ ch puotograph gallery, and one-half . . . t,e amonnt sta.e tax on each tin- Jrtt soocess presaged by the recent ,. saloon ciUzen eteetioDs. Any act of folly will produce I jxealpiii8 read this record or school pro- lu.ul,p, 3 lQ Glbson county, and unite with tW. nd its seoeess depends upon its 1Ia , . ' TlmIo . tt ,.i t I v i vvrw "uw rr.rr1"'. ; B,1UWU "ur have made it. Seeing the bene- wU,.e e uespise souje oi ine rea,izing tbe beneficence and bless- per ment, 73; per cent, of population, 56; I number of schools in thelcounty white, 87; colored, 32; total, 119. Number of I teachers employed white male, 79; white female, 32; total white, 111; col- Iored male, 29; colored female, 4; total colored, 33; grand total, 141. Average I number of months taught during the year, t$. Average per month paid waited onJI'Kenzie, premier, and asked an explanation of the clause in the re ciprocity treaty which refere to unman ufactured lumber. The premier said what was understood between the secre tary at Washington and the Dominion government was all dressed and planed lumber, mouldings, tic. - Dispatches from Berlin say that Prince Gortschakoff has directed the Busslan representative at Madrid to report Vlth- uui utinj uu mo progreai or oerrsnp'i government toward consolidation ofiij power, with a view to a formal recoir nition. The Ixmaon Standard. ststM there Is reason to believe that the twant interview between Bismarck and Onrt. cnaKon resulted in tuo removal of their fiersonai uiuerences; auo in trie adbp ion of a common policy by Russia and Germany, in consequence of which the former will epeeany recognize the pres ent Government of Spain. Russia's nro. vioua refusal to do so haying been owing iu vjui tJuunuuii a peranum imiuenCB. THE GERH TIIEOKVOF DISEASE. lTor.Tjndallon tbe BatoreorTjphold I'ouon It li a Seed Brprodnced and Developed la the II n mnn B j item. seta thftt laws of congress, we do not defy or du- t H rrj f Til ill 1 ( anlinAlo f ll o nilAnl. nrltn Jl AtJx a t t I demurreu ai a iax-ievy or twenty-live t?ereiB11 of congress apph- Qn the one huQdred a i , 2- j- ii .... - . I reduced It to fifteen cents, aronowwill- V Afci. : w .t ,.f v.J iaS and eager to raise that tax-levy for ... i I to tbe btate tax. Glonoua Gibson! lUUUt uiiuk? tutu IHU vuiua liUIUUlUtY I , . ., . . . . . . TwiLL .fii - Would that we could burn the wordd in- road lo victory. I . , . ,t . . THE TAX ounsTiojr ASo THE Pnri 1 1 1116 leel 01 n common cnaniy. we Lie BOHoou. isend greeting to the people of Gibson In our Tnanksgiving editorial, ws county, and assure them they have set 11I 1 1 J . 1 1 r I . ... . wen uuu. me ihw uauer wnicu ceruuu 1 uie people 01 me ctate a no- taxpayers were litigating, and refused j ble example. Last year we of Mem to pay a higher rate of taxes to the city I phis paid thirty cents on the one ikanwas levied by the State, was ille- hundred dollars school tax, and this .gaL As we never make an assertion year only twenty cents in addition to sot borne out by the facts, we yesterday I the State tax, and Gibson proposes to caiiated the "law and. the testimony," pay fifty. After this let us cease to arguo as oar religious friends would have it, with the opponents of the city schools. jaad Jherewitfa present it: Chapter! Let us point to Gibson county and cry esvHi, of tbe acts at the Btate of Ten- e, passed by the thirty-eighth gen- ably, 1873, comprises "an act rprevftle more just and equitable laws for the assessment and collection of re've wte for &aU and county purpotce; and r.te.repeal aH laws now in force, whereby revenue ie collected from the assessment .of real estate,4personal property, privi- legesjiana polls." This act contains agufy-fwo sections, the eightieth of which was evidently intended to be the ooseludiBg riaase by tbe author of it. It reads: "That all acts and parts of ts upon the subject of assessment and peU gotten of taxes, and sale of land for tea, in conflict with the provisions of this act, and all other acts in conflict Aflth tke provisions of this act, be and gfaey.are herebyrepealed." To those who , J are acquainted with the wording of leg- yLMauye enactments, it will be plain that .wis Is the end of the act devoted to the -f 'assessment and collection of revenue for State and oouHty purposes, and that tbe sections 81 and 82, which fellow it, are whet is termed "riders," which by section 17 of the constitution of the state.are peeHively prohibited. . Sec- Si reads "that municipal corpora- itbJn the State shall not levy a tax upon money capital loaned, or upon aao&ey Invested in banking or mining, or pofl any other corporation, exceed ing tbe amount of tax levied by the lei upoa joeh capital." Section 82 s-yWes "that this act shall take effect Aomand after the first day of April, -OST8, the paUie welfare requiring It." 'ith the date of its proposed enforce mntlnmind, the readers of theAp- xlbniightiaagiae the author of this allM0IDg theperpetratlon of a oEer If bo. It has nroven asorrvlnkp te the dty, and those who are at pres ent litigating with her. It is an uncon stitutional joke, and therefore will utter ly U. Beetle 17 of the State const! Wrtfea eay that "no bill shall become a law wMofa embraces more than one sub gpcttjiBf Bieet to be expressed in the All acts which repeal, revive or amend(fWmer laws, shall recite in their captfoBof otherwise, the title or sub- Manee of the law repealed, revived w amesaed." flow ii our jeadefg wttf bear in mind The wording of the caption of the Lion which the question in dispute be- i theoity and the tax-pavers turns. fwrllbetseen that it provides "for the assessmeat and collection of revenue for i andiceenty purposes," and has not oaeword to say in reference to the "limit as to amount of municipal tax," as bectien eighty-one Ts entitled on tho margin, therefore it falls to the ground a dead letter, if indeed the whole act does not go with it. This being the case, the city schools are free or any possible in ejereBee by those who would keep the pjLMlm iSDoraMe- Tlle tax tor that purpoee cannot be resisted, and the schools will therefore be kept open "'Si""?""1 016 w,loIe scholastic year, u. nls will be graUfying news lothepa lents of the children of the city, most of whom rich as well as poor are devot-' fltedto a system that, whHe far from be ing as proficient or efficient as some of Its opponentsiwould have them believe, is yet, under (the present very able su rrintondentiinclpab and teachers, pMaklnsv6ome progress toward the hight Shame! to the man or men who would have Memphis be leas or do less than that people who, In their generous en couragement of public schools have blotted out tbe past and earned the title of the banner county of the Slate in re gard to public education. The Springfield Itecord of the twenty- sixth instant, contains this paragraph "Archie Thomas, of this paper, wishes to notify his friends, and especially those gentlemen lately elected members of the State senate, that he is a candidate for re-election to the office of sergeant-at- arms of that body, and asks a careful consideration of his claims. He takes this opportunity of returning his thanks to his brethren of the press of Tennessee, for the lively interest they took in his behalf on a similar occasion, and would be under renewed obligations if they would say a kind word for him again. He is authorized to refer you to all of the members of the last session, as to his fitness for the position." The ZTpfon Record indorses Mr. Holmes Cummins for speaker of the house of our next general assembly, and says he "possesses all tho qualifications to fit him for the place, including a fresh experience with Its duties. If the next house expects to do the half of what is expected of it, then It is of the utmost importance to have the most efficient member of that body In the chair, to in sure dispatch of its business. And wo do not hesitate to say that Mr, Cummins will come fully up to what is needed." Prof. John Tyndall writes a letter to Uie Jjonaon Timet, called forth by a treatise on tyDhold fever bv Dr. William Budd. The following is the concluding IKuiierapn oi me teller: wiiat is me nature of tho tvohoid poison xne -yenow lypnoui matter already referred to, Budd describes as made up oi nucleated cells. The term 'germ theory' does not, to my knowl edge, occur in the volume, possibly be cause of the opposition and ridicule which mat tneory encountered in the .English medical press. Over and over again Budd speaks of 'germs,' but it might be imagined that he used tbe worn iiKUrauvelv. xnose who Enow him, however, were well aware that this was not the case; and in the early part oi me present volume, aiuar aescriDiug the calamities incident to typhoid fever, he remarks: 'It is humiliating that is sues Buch as these should be contingent on the powers of an agent so low in the scale oi Dei nc that the mildew which snrinsrs on d'ttavlnc wnrvl must be considered higSrln comparison.' Four or five years ago I, an outsider, ventured upon this ground of medical theory, for it Involved no knowledge of meaicai practice, oui simpiy a can to weigh evidence; and the evidence that epidemic diseases were parasitic ap peared to me very strong. On the ninth of June, 1871, 1 ventured to express mv self thus : 'With their respective viruses you may piani typnoid lever, scarlatina. or smallpox. What are the crops that arise from this husbandry? As surely as a thistle rises from a thistle-Feed, as sure ly as the fig comes from the fig, the grape rrom me grape, ana me morn from the thorn, so surely does the ty phoid virus increase and multiply into typhoid lever, the scarlatina virus into scarlatina, the smallpox virus into smallpox. What 13 the conclusion that suggests itself here? It 13 this: that the thing which we vaguely call a virus is to all intents and purposes a seed; that, ex cluding the notion of vitality, in tbe whole range of chemical science you cannot point to an action which illustrates this perfect par allelism with the phenomena of life this demonstrated power of self-multiplication and reproduction.' It was the clear and powerful writings of William Budd, joined to those of the celebrated Pasteur, that won me to these views. It is partly with a view of stamping at a receptive moment salutary truths upon the public mind. put partly also tnrousu the desire or rendering justice to a noble intellect, which has been literally sacrificed to the public good, that I draw attention, not only to the masterly combination or ob- r eervauon and inference exhibited rrom besinnlns to end or Dr. Budd's volume, but also to tbe crowning fact already published in the medical journals, and to which my attention was first drawn by my eminent friend Mr. Simon, that Dr. Klein has recently discovered the very organism which ilea at the root of all uie mischief, and to the destruction of which medical and sanitary skill will henceforth he directed. ANOTHERCHANCEI LWnSYffiUiSiSHVttlB gnf nmimuiTsmoKCERT 8BUT hi buliuo Eft LOT IF BARGAINS. IK AID OF THE PUBLIC LUKAET OF KUTUOKY! POSTPONED TO VOTTRVRTTGr m IttlA ' I kw No Changs of cra by thi llceor Iul- DrawlKsr Cmiala at bat Datnt TPe.Bt.iUsorWMhvlu. mizami'alace - w I HIMnlnM .9.TH tin B.II TriS'n BCHESTJXiSl Exnreai Train leavesdalrr-CBiindan mau train leaved ra"r , , 7 ' 133 p-m Krelcbt imd Accommodation leaven aH7immuyaexcipted). 4:10 p jo. I USX as ezrrst On a rand Cain mrt ,, ,, , . One Urand Cath Girt. One Urand Cuin oin One Urand Uaxh Olft One Urand Caxh (lire a uaan uina, ZJ)JM) each. . WOaahUiru, 11,000 each 15 Cain UlfU, 18,000 each., 90 Cath Giru, 6,000 each Uaau Uirtfl, tfioo eacti. SO Cash O'.tt, 8,000 eaclu--S0 Cash Olfta, ZfiCO each loo Cain Ulfts, lfiOO earn 210 Cash Ulfla, (00 each 603 Cath Uirts, 1(0 each 19,000 Caah Ullts, SO each Urand Total, a),000 Uiru, all Ca;'c PRICE OF TIOKETHi Whole TlelccU, Halves Tenth, or each Conpon. Eleven Whole TlckeU for- zixxicjcetsror- , iuuuu 60,000 100,000 , 1&U.VUU ,10)00 , 100 AO Bleeslnz-Uars on nil nlzht trains. For tlofcota or Information apply s Ticket OSce, Ho. 287 Halo Street, GOKSEII SlABfSGjr. JOHN T. FLYNN, Bnpt M'emphU BIT. .aid oruu, icEEi jaaexiw . A5N0UKCE THE 11ECEIPT OP ASOTHER I0T OF W. Vf, BCHCOLrllUJ. lODIS HASADKZ. jizxbt u. Miixrn iUtrtnr THoiiAB. i GO uo.000 1 uuuuumiiiiiui uoimuun a. uun ,irt rtw, I - 100-000 120,000 WHOLESALE ttrocers i;ottoiii)actors DS, iif"pnm J A mud 1 60 00 25 00 S 00 BOO 00 1000 00 350 FRONT STREET, MEMP1U8, : 1 i l i WS Invite the attention or buyers to onr LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OF For Tickets or Information, addles THOS. E. BBAIII.ETTE, Fntalis Library Building, LomsvUle, Ky. m- r or 2 ail umcmauoa appjy u a. h. Samuels. vdUT No. I Vut Court at Memphis. HaHd8ome Empress Cloths at Panic Prices. Handsome Cashmeres at Panic Pxice3. Tennessee Handsome Col'd and Black Alpacas at Panic Prices. Plain Colored Alpacas at 15c per yard. New Colored Alpacas at 2oc a yard. Karen Slack Alpacas at 25c a yard. . IMPORTANT WATCH AND CHAINS AT Prices that will induce customers to purchase immediately, at ARM & Closing-Out Sale. GUOCEltllSj, reeling confident of being able to offer them good In onr line at as low figure as they can be purchased In any Western or Southern city. We will give especial atten- I LIU 11 MJ fcUB btUB Ui lAlkUHl, OUT BIT. ?Ty gj), acer maklnz that a loeclaltr. I . Th anting our many mends tax the very I liberal natronasn bestowed on the Arm Inst I oussoived, we rtspectrnuy solicit a contlnn I anco or their lavors, hoping by close atten i uua wj Daauiess uj ui'rit uie aame. Meraohls. Jnnel.lS7. lei Fine Black Caohxnoro Silks $2 50 a yard. OC CO. rine Black Groa Grain Silk $1 50 a yard. Ksueeessorstororst eaihoferiCo.), Colored Gros Grain Silks dl 35 n. -eard, Colored Faille Silks 75c a yard. a ompoa ana x anoy oiuis o ic n ysr a. fATT AT3 H A r,rTlT? Q vemng x aixio oiiiis Hi a yard . AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,! WE HAYS BEGUN CLOSING SALE FINE FUBS. 306 Trftut Street. I WE HAYS BEGUN CLOSING SALE FINS FOES. I WE HAVE BEGUN CLOSING SALS FINE-FURS. 00a I We are Still tower oa Prices of Telvet Cloaks. lVo aro Still lower ou Prices of Velvet Cloaks. We are Still Lower on Prices of Velvet Cloaks, FRESH GOODS! . new Ulnced Meat. oxes Cheese (Nutmeg, Factory, Swiss,etc) I 10) pkes. Pearl Barley, Grits, Oatmeal, Farina I ou uois. oweei Aiissoun uiaer. 1 car load Eastern Early Rose Potatoes. 1 car load choice Applet. Oranees. Ktc 1 car load new ilacterel, 'Whltefish and Salmon. 1000 pkes. t cw Eaislns. Currants, Citron and X i uu 350 pkes.new Holland Herring, Codfish and m uemnz. 373 bbls. white and yellow Refined Sugars. 250 sacks Rio. Lazuvra and Java Coffees. 1000 c&ces Jellies and Preserves. 001 cases new Canned Fruits and Vegetables. I boo dezs. Plczles. In bbls. e?s and elsss. 10U0 Lbls. and half bbls. Flour, all crades. 100 bbls. Krant, Ham Sausage and Cranber ries. 133 pkes. Breakfast Bacon, H&mg and Shoal. I uers. 200 pkzs. Almonds, Pecans, Cream Nuts and wainuH. 100 bbls. new Beans, Hominy and G reen Peas. icy ; staple Groceries, not abovementloned, Wines, L,iauors.L.iearsana TODaccos. lor sale low to ine iraae.ai Taj UM!. We HaTe Baiffalns la Herlno Underwtsr nnd Hoalerr. We VaTe Bgrgalris In Sleriao Underwear and Hosiery. We lisie Ifargalns ia Merino Underwear and Hosier. Great Bednctionlin BniEsels Carpets. Ureat Reduction in 8-Flj Carpets. Great Redaction In Ingrain Carpets w r PLANTERS' &00B8 AT SPECIALLY IOW PRICES. 312 MAIN STREET, ARE OFFERING J. W. s. BROWNE item ind m mm 16 Jefferson Street, BETWEEN MAIN AND FBONT CURRENT NEWS. Cincinnati and Omaha 1 mi nitron tn ThankfieiTinc torkev Thuradav. and rkl served the day generally by aUeodinc wm. Jucas. foreman of fira No. 5, in New Orleans, was shot nH killed by T. J. Newhouse, second ossiat- anioi me same company, Thursday. William Kotjere, a workman, fell from the sixth story of the Palace hotel in Ban Francisco, Wednesday, and was in- etauuy muni, ne leaves a wire and two children. Austin Hill and Cornelius Williams, nppmpfl. on triwl nt Tantrum.. "N" .1. ri ' olina, for the murder of William Presson at Weldon, have been found iruiltv nri sentttneed to be lianged. In Freemansburg, Pennsylvania, on Wednesdaynight, S6me one entered the house of Allen Glass and carried off his infant child, which was in a crib beside the bed occupied by Mrs. Glass. The board or aldermen of Iioulsville defeated the subscription for the Louis ville, Paducah and Southwestern rail- ruu iicuuisuav uigui. mo BUbscNp. uuu nan atu iuo juwer uoara or t city council. At Be Louis Wednesdav. a dtvpnr. looking young man on being approached by the captain of the ferry-boat on which ne was crossing ror ms ave cents fare, replied, "I have no money," Jumped overboard and was drowned. R. M. Norton, the noted forcer, was sentenced to two years confinement in tho State penitentiary, in the circuit court of Louisville, Wednesday. Very creat dissatisfaction la felt amontrihe citizens at the light sentence. A telecram from thesteamer Faradav. Tuesday, says operations were delayed oy uniavorahie weather, and a dispatch Wednesday eaya the gale Is not abating. 'We:shall lay cable at a depth of eight hundred and thirty-four fathoms." A deputation of Ottawa lumbermen A three-DlT all cloth collar; no tvaner co. be nueu cieau wiui a sponge or aamp cioin; u weeit uiu os always ongnt. me uefct ana cneapesicou; one wlU wear a week am uosis cents. ever made. noZl. as. 28, dec2 B, T. HER BON. JAMES CONNOR, Lale with Bhane, Harris & Co SREON,eONNOR&GO (Successors to McOee 4 Herron) COTTON FACTOR AND Commission ISerclsants 6 and 8 Wert Court St., MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE WLlberal advances made on consignments EDMUND ORQILL, aew xorK. G. L. DENISON. A. B. McNEAR. JNO.T.WILL1NS dE3 OO.. AQENT3 FOR THE BALE OF B.F.AYERY&SON'SPLOWSlETO SOLE AGENTS FOR H. F. BLOUNT'S (The Only Genuine) UBIE STEEL PLOWS. SOLE AGENTS FOR W'il. CLORK"S TFronglit Callioun Mows MANUFACTURE S' AGENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING: Cotton, Banllla, and Sisal Hope: Kabbcr and Leather Ueltlng, Deering's Horse Engineg, Mcel lirnsu and Light Draft Cotton iiioorn uins, Tennessee Wagons, Kails, Bradford's Grist Mills. Disston's Circular Sawsj 3IarTln'g Safes, Howe'a Scales WE HAVE A MOST iOMPLETE STOG OF Eamet, Traoe Chains, Single AsTJonele JtTeee, iJUnd Bridles, i3nckband, Clevioes, Xp Bines. Harrow Xeethron "Wedges, Flow Han dles, Blah Iron, Slah Steel, Flow Monldi, Cane Knives, BAB ICON ABD STEEL OF ALL KIXDS, Feed Cutters, Cars Shelters, Cultiva tors, varry fornix, nieel Xraps,Axes, Bhoveli and bpndes, Shovels and Tones, Pots, Sfeillets, Ovens, w Anvils. Vices, Bellows; Etc Cross-Cut, Circular and Other Saws Plow Lines, Axle Grease, Well Buck ets, nono Shoes ana Kails, Tiroble Skeins, Mocks and Bios, Sto. 310 & 312 FBONT ST. MEMPHIS, TENTS". CKSRLY'S, Cor. Front and Union Sts. GREAT BARGAINS -IN- Brown Domestic, 7 Jc. Canton Flannel, 10s. ' , Cotton Plaids, 10c. White Blanketsj $2 75 a pair. Full Stock Brogans, SI 35 a pair. Women's Shoes, $1 a-pair. Children's Shoes, 65e a psir. Linseys, 15c. Jeans, 15c. i 10-1 (Sheeting, 25c. Double Shawls, $3. Felt Skirts, SI. Standard Prints, Sc. All AVool Jeans, 35c Bleached Domestics, 10c. Gray Blankets, $1 75 a pair. "Wool Hat, 75c. Boys' Caps, 25c. ChlidV Hose, 5c a pair. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN EACH DEPARTMENT. A. II. BOYD. ALSTON BOiL OF EYEBY DESCBIPXI0N, And call Special Attention to till It A. 1. BOYD & SON, COTTON FAS' 261 and 263 Main Strfiei, Corner Court In all the New Shades. LYONS POPLINS AND BLACK SILES In all the Best Makes. Serges, Diagonals, Cashmeres, Plaids. Fall Line at Mourning Goods. LARUE STOCK OP Xj. 33, SUGGS, I3f! 360 Front Street. Bluff City Terra Cotta wS JEANS. GASSMEEES ANB dOTTOI MCTOES JA1IES BTEEL. Pronrietor. " Bepellants, White and Colored Flannels, Shawls, Scarfs, Cloaks, and Ladles' Un derwear, in great variety ana AT GREATLY REDUCED FRIGES. Be snre and Inspect onr slock before pnrcnaxius, TAYL0R,"J0X & CO., 312 Main street, opp. Pealody Hotel The rimty MANUFACTURER OF STONEWARE SEWER PIPE Bhelbr street, bet. Soath and Georgia, near I juiss. a iesD.n.U urix.il, jiempms, i enn. 481- COTTON PR ESS EXCESSIVELY I ff PRICES Reynold's Improved Revolv- lng Screw Cetton Press la on ex- miYFfiR Mr TmVVifA MblUon, nna for sale, at 19G lil&ljUXI Qb if Ui fill Dlnln street ; send for circular. JOHN 51 AS OGLE, Agent. Urmpbla, Tens. J. R Godwin COTTON FA Ho. -A5D- COMMISSION MERCHANTS 3S3 PROITT STREET, Cor. Union, np-slalrs, Hognolla Block MEMPHIS . -TEXKESNEK. HXHDZBSON OTTXS. J. J. w. c. x'strrr I OWBNjM'NDTT & BAEEY, COTTON FACTORS, RECEIVING, FOUWAI1DEVG AND UENEKAL Commission Merchants LEE BLOCK, 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenia ALL Cotton or other Produce concerned to ns Insured, unless otherwise Instructed. Bagglnc, Rope and other Supplies furnished AND (Commission Merciianta ITo. 2?8 FRONT ST MEMPHIS, : : i : : TENNESSEE MANUFACTORY, 383 EIAIU ST. "New Abdominal Corsets. Nursln; Corsets. Invalid Cor nets, V orley Corsets, Sewed Corsets, Olove-FltUcg, Misses, Bilk and Scarlet. Cloth Corsets ; Paris Paul ere. Foldlne-Bastles I and Invisible Hoopsklrts; Fads, Shields and Hhoulder- ii races, aii new ana neriect cods. I,l CIS IAAGn. A. K. KEXN'EDAT. W. A. BUDD. In view of "the approaching cold weather, we propose to give the public some of ine most Advantageous nargaina in winter woolen uoods ever offered In Memphis. 9-4, 10-4, 11-4:, 18-4, 18-dL and WHITE mm mm jCORXERJFIBST & MAIN STS., E mm BANKRUPT EEICES! AOA1N we have received large lines of Ooods from Bankrupt Hales which we are offering at Hankrept PriM; 5iS.5&PoraUo So per yard and upward Brown Domesuos ,,,, r and upward Wool Jean. -ay. CoUon Plalds Itallcnx Klancels. Uusomeres. 5e and upward jtc ana upwaru Jtks and noward -56c and upward Boots and Shees Cheapest in the Cltj, as well as our Immense stock of CLOTHIXO at crresponlB tow prices. CALL XAKLYaS UtEtUIlE BABG AHTS Q26 3 AJOXT ggl?. A. YAOCAiW. B. VACCASS. A. B. VAOOAXO C. BIOZXAXB. A. VAAB Ss CO. Is rafters sl Sealers In AND CIGARS, No. 324 Frtmt Strsst, : Memphis. BOLK AOENTH rOB TOOE'S CVJAHIU6NE. ISPEHIAL mm i' travellngieommttnMy. tka tialt House will ire oaly cnarzo on tMo nfui, loarui and N ORDER to meet thevlewaoT tbe jresl Lraveiis future ( entresol door I fareeUol isrs ner (lr. m uajuEig inu reuncooa, x uwre toay thatltsctall aos in any wayiaspalr the ac commodation heretofore civen to the public. Tbe past repiuaUon of the Howe will folly main talced la every partleahu', wbi le . a Its appointments and arranffeaeesu we lal:n that H lsot surpasMHl in the world. J. p. joknson. Maaacer. LouiaTitue.Kr OetoberSl, MTt ' ZSTABLI8UED IS 1S03. bdmonds, mnmw & co., WHOLBSALK TOBACCO AND CIGAR JSo. 9GC Front Street, Kemplilii. rOVR FRIENDS AXD crTOMKRH: Bavlnz deteraained to nuke material changes in our boalness about tbe am or Mareb next, we will seU our -mct lane 'toe Of TDE.VKO AUO CI U A K", tor eBh or lu eaalvaleot.at Esasticexionobleyr eea. MaviD purehased prior to tbe great adrane. are abU to offer such lartnesmente aenrast insure ssJm. Parties owinc dees pat dee aw urged to make earl setileoMnt. Cotton bl pped to asm payment ef accoonu, or otberwls. wdi have our iiineiel attntlun, with prompt returns a hichest market prtc. Reanonsbte emttt will be exists l.asaere to to re, to SBranast Baytec eaatonen. nor KTJHOWDa, PKTTIGKKW A CO. J. B. BTAKTON. isms. MOOKK. STANTON & lOOBi, lEatabtLthed In COTTON FACTORS, C0aai3bI0fi MSSiaUTS, ASS XN Dooley's Yeaift ispeneevyiT!jreana w Powdor .olesome. Dooloy's Yeast Powder is put up in mti wetgnnjans. Dooloy's ITeast Powder MaE.es faegani uscaiui ana koiis. Booley's Makes Dehc ITeast Powder dons MaSira, Griddle Cakes, cornbread, ete. Dooloy's Yoaiit Powder Slakes all kinds of Dumplings, Pot pies. Cakes and Pastry, nice, light and healthy. Dooloy's Yeast Powder ifluje post, poaanje perfectly pure. Doojey's Yeast Powder as me uneapest, Decanto ruu weight. Bo sure to ask for Booley's Yeast Powder ana oo no. oe pat wr with any other kind. Dcoley'a Yeast PowdosJ as guaranteed to save satisfaction. Dcoley'a Yeast Powder Is put up In Tin Cans of various Rises, suitable ior x-amuies, noaroingnouses, Hotels, Keg. taaranta and Klver, Lake and Ocean VeeseiS on short or Ion? voyages. The market Is flooded with eheao. ls.erinr Baking and Yeast Powuers cf ilgbt or short weigui. AnjULiK-i-a iu ru V, L-it; u warranted full strength and full weight. Bold at woUsaie au I retail, aenerallv throj;lioat thf Ljut t htafes,oy dealers In orocenes ana r ?aiii ' . ; i ilea. Plantation Snppli, 50. 822 FBOST STKfcET. ConalKnmeata of Cotton nsd Western Prednee respectrnlly KoMeMed. E.M.APPEBao. b. V. KAMBADT. COLORED BMNKBTB IN ALL WEIGHTS AND SIZES, At Extremely Reduced Prices. COIFOETABLES, COVERLETS, QUILTS, VERY CHEAP, GREAT BARGAINS IN Bsai WsSBa V Si ij """ InaUtheNew Varieties of Style and Coloring. Wholesale and Retail Sealers in Bio 269 1-2 SAIN ST., AWLS, SCARFS, SAGQUES, CLOAKS, 90L1AS, AX OREATLY KEI1TJCED PRICES. 2 IiUPO&TSR AXD DEAXiEB IK ifll Opposite Court aqnare. MEMPHIS, : mm 4 liquors 3 NEW WING BOO Thai should be Universally Used. ErVZEIEiTE" T7,ATFS.I3EI'g,V 03E" TENNESSEE. Ens?iKTt and Mnrl'nn Bair EfthlAo. Mini?, Xyns, Black Pos, Squirrel, Ermiiio, Heal and Imitation SeolOtter and Beaver Furs, AT PRICES TEifPTIKOhY LOW. gfi8 Main 8U SempM3 Tenn. WAVBRLY HALL FRDIT FIRS, KERR AVENUE. milE undersigned Is renared to furnish titrawberrr and Rainben-r Plants In auan titles tn suit nnrrhflsp.ru. Orders left with fcjplcer & Bran, &l Main street, Uball have prompt aitenuon. juiia bariuji, uctODcrij,ii. Manager. O. H TAYLOR. TH03. F. DUKFIN For Choirs, ConTcntions and Bincrlnc Classes, liy II. K. Palmer, assisted by L. O. Emerson. Price, 12 per dozen, a 33 per copy. THE S0N6 MONARCH! For Singing Schools, Conventions, fltulcnl Academies, Etc. By E. U. Palmer, assisted by L. O. Emerson Price, 17 50 per dozen, To cts. per copy. Our Underwear Department VIIL BE FOUND UNUSUALLY" ATTRACTIVE. PULL LINES OF GENTLEHES'S JIEHINO, CASHMERE AND WOOL Mil DNOERSHIETS AND DR&WEEI LiDIiVS' AND CMLDEES'fJ MEEISO, CASIIHEBE AND WOOL ! ste;ah irEjoa-cu PEREC'S ANTHEM BOOK. Knit "Vests, Brawers and Suits! AT P1UCES LOWES THAN EYEB BEFORE. oxsHs-x-jikto- : LUFF CITY HTEAM-BYEING 4 CLEAH- IK a EgTAnhiSBUEitT removed to 310 Meeoad street. All work cuaranteed to give satisfaction: Is done by experienced work men, with dispatch. JOE I1ADT. OC7 XlltU. AlAi eit. Met Pieces, Anthems, Hymn Anthems, acuicuvc, x.tvi , tor viioira. By Y. O. Pertlns. Price, 113 59 per dozen, tl 50 per copy. Specimen copies tent, post-raid, for retail 1TSON & CO, EoatOh. CUAS. H. D1T80N 4 CO., h0V7 711 Broadway, New York, am 24 2, 2 and 246 Main Street, corner Jefferson. Ikwmk GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, -A5B Conimlssioa Mercliniits S3S 1-2 Front ana 0 Jefferson streets, MEMPHIS : : : TBXXES8EE KEEP always on hand a well-aeleeted stock of PLANTATION SUPPLIES, ass- Particular attention paid to the Storing and Sale of COTTON. , Liberal Oath Advances made on ad consignments. at pi 352 352AIN SmSST. IK) MERCHANTS wo offer Trunks, Valises, . etc manufactured at home, as low anu advantageously as can be had m any maike t on tbe continent. IN RETAIL, we reduced prteesCand do re pairing on soon nouce,ana ia s wrmau- LLZ9 rannr. S. LEVY 4 CO. DEALER IX IROM, STEEL QuUett's Light-Draft Magcolla Oln, Ouhett's Steel Brush Qtn, Utica Steam Engines, CoUnan's Cornmllls, Beering's Horse Engism, Cold Rolled Shafting Plows, Wagons, etc., Steves, WasonraaksR' Supplies, BeiUcz, etc. Gum 27 STSiiEyi.'. 1 f IHE BEE HIVB CLOTHING HOUSE Is the place to get bargains in tients'. Youths' KurnLhlQC, Uoods tn the city of Memphis, uags. T and Boys' Clothing. The Bee Hive has the largest and best selected stoek of Clothing and mrnL.niQC, uooas in ine city oi Jiem tozetberwlth Ttunks, Valises, Traveling ' oi taste or isncy. etc.. to suit everv variety i and the great beauty of the whole matter Is, the Bee Hive I lothlng House will sell cbeaper than any house In tbe city, and guarantee periectsausiacuonornoBaie. itememoer ue BEE HIVE CLOTHING HOUSE, No. 331 Slain St., Memphis. A. WOLFENSTEHT PROPRIETOR. W.II.PAREIIIQTOS BZSKX B.HOWXLIU FABBIN6T0N & HOWELL COTTON FACTORS, GBQCEKS -AND - Commission Mercliaiila 2SS FBONT STREET, dAw MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. A LARGE STOCK OF Fancy Candy, Toys, Kate, liaising, Ete. Alsot flue assortment of Cupid Leaves, Hoses, and Ornamenting Goods ror Cakes, Wrapping, Kiss Pa per. for sale CHEAP AT W1IOLL- JOliN 4J. BICABDI & CO.'S, 419 Jtlaln street r s : Memphis, Tenn rEWHUIMS&GO COTTON FACTORS AND Commission Merciiants 233 Front Street, np-stalra, II. Ii. BSOWK, COUKTf SUEYEY0B. OFFICE Conrt Bnlld log, cor. Blaln it Poplar sis. All Orders Promptly Brecnted. NOTICE. OrncKor SzuiA, JfAaiox ajd Sf BMrnis") KAII.HOAS COXFANY, Y 21 sapnis, Tras November Iff.lSM.) rra tho Stockholders or the above named t Comoanv : B v direction of the Board of Directors of the Selma. Memphis and Marion Railroad company, I ara Instructed to give notice that a meeting of the shareholders of this Company will be held at the office In Memphis, Ttnu., on WKDNBBDAY, Dee. 9. 1K1. at HI ajn.. for the purpose of considering the demand sf Bond holder for the transfer of all properties of Uie Company to Trustees, under tuprovlslonof the Mortgage Deed. A roll 'attendance is earnestly requested. Besptctlully, Attest: A. J. WHITE, President. II. D. BULKLEY, Secretftry, non Jobs T. Steattos, formerly of Stntton, M i Davltt 4 Co. John L. Wxjjjobd, late Orahaaa. & WeUforJ. STKATT0N & WELLPOilD COTTON FACTORS AND- G0JDIISSI0N XEfiCEArfTU, 3-iO Front street, corJefl'srsoH J. II. BROWN, J. a AIJSXANiEE Coahoma county, Miss. BE0WN & ALEXAJO)EE, - COfTON FAGT0ES i AKS GEifEItAI, COMMISSION IEECH1NTS Boosb No. 10 Kacnella Bloclr, cetBet Union ana Front Streets. ONBIGNMHNTS solicited. Orders for ail j kinds of merchandise, machinery, wag ons, etc accompanied with cash or city ac ceptance, will receive careful personal at un. tlon. Allcoueigumentstousand joodssbipped by us, covered Dy our open policy o lnsurai.ee unless otherwise instructed, iteitr, by per mission, to German National Bank. jv23 BARTON'S DEWBERRY CORDIAL rE snbserlbers have been appointed agents for the above remedy, IngMy reooni- is; asm lot mended for all bowel aaec BUCKEYE SALVE, THE GREAT REM SO? FOR PILES, and are In receipt of & fell snnpiy of both. vs. rt . jonaa s tu lyg Wholasala iMraaalst?. asrMaln st. MISSISSIPPI TALLEY 1TEE &SD yLAMSM 39 Hadlsan street, 31 ewksMs, T. B. UILLAKO, : foHMMt. II. GRO-VAUEil, i Blfsti.rj. DIRSCSOsW: T. B. OILLARD. OoMsnTaMac. f. a. r -rrrr B.EISEMAN.Of BMe, Bttx Ci, tfhol .-. l Drv Goods. 6. H. JUOAH, of WaBjer Brass &.Mt, v uo e- saleDry (ioodi. L. B. EATON, United Btatea atatakal. L. 1ULATJKR, of Menken Sasev. WboUule Dry Goods. B, V. VRKBitSBUIUlIi, VtoB-Prsa-Hft.:; !. , City R. It. Co. W. A. (JAUE. Cotton Factor. J. W. JEKFKitSON. Cotton Bayar. uo ; CIIAN8K OF SCHB8DLK. MISSISSIPPI TESIfESSHg R. . ON AND AFTER 8t"NDAY. HSVKMBK.i 13, ISM, trains will run aa fsUaws: ABUtlVSL T.EAVF. New Orleans Mall, daily ipjn. ).i'r. ' Expres.) Train dally (etxeept aun-iay).. Ssstaja. i-Ai t. .: Freight and Accommodation dally esccpt Sunday) 0308 p-m. J) -:n Trains ou thl road make cIom conm ct oll at Grenada with New Orleans, SC. Lou s an Chicago Railroad fnr ran'mi Tsi tiss Vi;i, -burg. Meridian Mobile and CMsoe-i. and loran powv orin ana somas; as asempu. with eonneetlce lines for all mtm Hurt n t FJtst, and with Memphis and Little K'v 1 IleUway for all points in Arkansas, Tti.. and tbe tt'frL Tickets on sale atSs7 Main stittet ami at tii -depot. M.BtilKH,Snp''. JAMES H. Speed. Tleket Aavat, n'". t W. H. GOODLETT. J. K. OOODLETX. 100DLETT & SO, COTTON FACTORS, 282 Front Sr., Memphis, Consignments solicited. s THANKS6IVM BAY! JDST RECRIYBO NEW SUPPLY OF Parlor lumps, Table lamps, Xte. Nou'EspIasiva Lsrnss, Slass JLaKsjss, all alaes, Chaatleliers and Hull Lamps, Toilet Soart,ParaflaaOanfll. aermanauil Sesla JeHS KoolieIisis Ctooti. O. F. PRESOGTT & CO,, IONSBE LAMP AHD OIL ftE, 28S Main street. CO has rcoverrJarentUiasMDeeaiiQiuioj EipMlgnorautmnu (cprrupt oraciaiB,- WheUierJt1 jrendurable insuvJ tlstua'de or iongltndeSyliethTrltcar?bi? Tianflntlv PuiimlttKl t in Mixilroliini IacayJflSvIiol carPbtfTVlcklti nnl. r 1 ol)owinKrheyMwlUlhotllwfrITatl cksburgr'rAhanilful"Bf'aetermIiiedl DeaUcbcr9lIrudeiBamlJBali!Sai RTHDeutecnerBriluer-BQridwlnirlrB its fllHi anrmsl lll nt fVvhrn ttl fr.. IKlJVrCALDW itfyri! ftor.piam i Cottars, Com E . Carry ComM. S-