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T sV.?m 1 ' ' ' ' ' " 1 " . , . v I !8.Pr.lPer t0 e.8y.' hM 0ff6rcJ n revard f I nols, make two hundred and ulnety-two I HT 7 ' i . . I ffiggg: ssS5i JMPliifl R fintimi olieb,finnie & oo i flginnirnfirn Mini n t ilCH III ITihI FbT nr fhA hnnaA . II.. v " T H li F 1 9DB I I M a W U ( "I fr M HUH W IK ij 14 CUM T 1st sssV H hJ I FAvr W.dmnTVM Inrmnplr . .,lrtr,l I ! I t II 1 I I I I 1 1 i I G C I I I I I I I I I I I -lIUOLtSil K- I Y, H B 3 U H IH H B H EM a 7 3J5 3 mi W tf - " ' " wMMAdMJhw w uuu irn n h 3HB mm sum nm n u am n - mm HM w Vat.u4.1u .1 y ir y s closixg Writ J"?" Sold: Xcw Ifcw York. 113 181c; Memphis. 121c lUf; Memphis, 113 WEATIIBJt PBOBAMIi.ITl.IH. Washikghx, DeoombcrT.la.ta. for Tennetscc and Ohin wj7 romelcr,toutheasi winds and rain veering to colder northwest Kinds, and snow or uceU Hc-.v Gbohge ear beea v----. uy.geneial of Panmlvanla by GovwormrtranfU - Colonel Wit. G. Gase or Ph,i.i. phl, one of tbe lea-JiDK railroad hull,!. rs and capitalists of thn now In. JocksoD, Mlsslnlppl, with a view of srfilng what can be done to re vive me Vicksburg and Ship Island rail road enterprise, and nut tint v Birving route under equipment at an early day. GESERAL FEATHERSTO.Vis the Vicks- uur Praia's candidate f. r speaker of PP' iiousd of representattvea. ( T" . -tJLACK JVHIDAY'' In with Jay Gould in the character of de TrE Baptist Jlejlector, of Monlstown, Tennessee, is a new venture in the newspaper world, for wbloh we wish nounaam succese. Both houses of the geceral assembly of Arkansas are now holill thres BeesloDB per day. Final adjourn- uieui lanes piase Friday next. The only good thing Joe Holt hss done Eince 1859, was to retire fron the army. inenexttKsithing.be can do win oe 10 roiiow Stanton ctal. The ShelbyvIIIe Gazette ia in favor oi tne unitsd ."tales government ex tenJIngaldto the Texas Paninr. mil. rad, aad ot Memphis wi the eastern terminus. The 2JahviIIe American sys that the negroes are leaving the tiUte iu -targe numDsrs, Borue going to Arkansas and some to Miseippippi, probably un der promises of largo pjy for picking Mr. O. V. Sheakeh. bv a circular in the members of tho legislature, an nounces himself as a candidate fo: Stats iiDranan, or iiisMsilppI. M'. Shearer was fcr two seasons correcirjndent of the Appeal, r-nd w- hope be electsd. Grakt in his mefSBge will be peremp tory and severe upon SpalD, though the-o will be no reccgnition or granting of b " grr n: rights at present, butade" mand after the style of Andrew Jack eon of "indemnity for the past and se curity for the fuinrp." x-Governob Foote in his Jong let ter to W.G Browr.Iow.'Tadvlsfugthedia. uuumem or tne Democratic party, was only speaking for the Email-brained, iiuuj-,csrum political nondescripts, who, without party, are deeiraus of Profl ln8 by political disorpanizallou. Memphis warts either that a definite arrangement bo made for the handling i ireigaa at uiiicot destined for Mem phis, by a resular Chicot nnrl umn),i, packet cr by the Vicktburg line. As Kusiuisi is just now conducted there, we ai e losing immensely. The Maf.iyana who munLrwi th British resident atPe:ak have routed tne British lion, and tlut mighty ani mal ia just now 6haroer.Intr hia Piima and filing his teeth st Pulo Penang for I a pounce upon Maharajah Lela and. uuuuuess, nis fZimicioup. At ak informal meetinc r.f th Uonat executive Demccratic committee, held at Vshinzton veatenlav. Mr Sobell, chairman of the committee, was uuuionzsu to use his HHcretion In mil iug the committee tocctber with n viow of deBigna'.ing the time and place for uoiuiDg tne next national Demoflmtli. convention for the nomination of candi- oaiesior President and Vira.VrBant - -vw vuiuvm or tno United State. A TELEGRAM from Lobisville Bars thftt the election Tor city offlcia's will occur to-dev. The contest for thr. has been more excitinsr and harrior fought than any previous one in which Louisville has evt r enpoged, not except ing tho old canveKj for the Presidency when Henry Clay lived. Tno most ar. ive interest imaainable is manlfnstoil and the indications are a fearful fight ior victory win Do made bv tho r;.nnSnT candidate?. To What base uses. etc. A Rnsfrm diepitea of yesterday says that at a targe mecunR or tne Method st Rnhm. pal Sabbath-school union tract society, and also ths weekly meet ing of preachers, comBrislDir nearlv i. ..... . . . " 1 - uuuureu iainisrcrs, Jiisbop HaveD Urged as a measure of safetv for tlm -nhn n.L renomination of General ii,. " "'"" A. ICO- lueut. H s views 0,1 u . unanimous vole, "Suffer little chil dren," etc. uim renort of thn mpfitfn rr of rhn chp.oilcr of commerce, held yesterday anernoon, win be found in another col umn. It will be teen from it that thn grocery End provision dcaltri have de termined to publish a dailvllst ofnriws. which shall ba tho official exprefslon of vnc muruet. -This step cannot fill to meet the approval of the public, as u will no doubt that of the press of tho city. The Appkat. has slrca-ly indorsed II, and does again, as something that should long since have been done by our merchants for their own proteclion, and in order to save the prtes from the annoyance in separable from the system to which we have hod to resort in order to meet the public demand for a dailv nrioe The members of the chamber of com merce can be assured of our support in this a3 in any other movement they may make for their success in trade. fourth conirruiMli-hiui n tr. . elfrct Irom the Binte of Indiana. ' . iir--wP.?e!er. t-"- Yl-I nominate for tho Me position James G. Blaine, or the State or o. w Slf r k, bether there were any other nominations, and, there beDg no re sponse, appointed as teller Mes?re. Holman, LJymer, Uanforth an t Ranks. The house then i.,niui iub loiiDwingresDii: wnolenum rSr r.v,otef Cl8ll necessary to a choice, 111; Michael C. Kerr received 173; James U. IMi i'ei ect,vta m AlSheas U Williams 1111 1 J 'ca!', by Mr' Anderson The cleric appointed Messrs. Randall and Rlalne to escort I he speaker-elect to the chair. As Mr. Kerr was conducted down the main aisle to the speaker's chair, there was consid erable cUpplne of hands on the Tktmnoi-sti. tide of the house. unmrtln mn m . WENDEROTH- The friends nnd npnnatnt. ance of Mrs. Fbedebick WENDKnora are re pectfally Invited to attend her funeral from her late residence, corner of Vance and St, Martin stretta, this (TUESDAY) afternoon, at two o'clock. i'ARMEGIANO ThB frlonda snrl 9vinalnt. anceof PXTEE PAIHEOIlvn am TfurtPpltnUv Invited to attend his funeral from Cooney t aros, becond street, this (TUESDAY) morning, at nine o'clock. Services at St f atnea. a cnurcn, at oail-ptKt nine o'clock. ORDER. -OP the X'C'TiVECOMMITTSE -FOH THE ELECTION OF DELEGATES AND THE HOLDING OF A 'Uentlemeu of the house of renrewtltatlve. I am li.artlitftiHii.Aii . - f .. . rT. Cr t"w to ;uu i or me nonor which you have Conferred upon me In calling me to thlsexalted station. I nro.oundly ap preciate the Importance and delicacy of the duties. I shall donbtless, many times, need your patient Indulgence- I pray that you will grant It. And with nothing but kindly leellng toward every members! the house, I promise that In all my onicltl acts I will di vest myself, to the utmost of my ability, of all personalities, and observe complete fairness and Impartiality toward all, and toward all represented In this bouse." Jir. j.eiiy ira.1, as the oldut iuemtur of the IinnRA In mnlfniiAm .anTfHn t . .. wvw IV lUQVUCtthCI Ihe oath was then administered by the ..li w imuuums, ueginnmg witn those from the Kcw England btates, who bslne called rapged themselves In the urea In front hands went through their pait of the cere mony. Wnat Is known as tne Ironclad oath was administered to tne members generally, uutwiiyuanoi me southern members belnk unable to take that oath the modified oath was administered to them. . ftV.rlr11! -I objected to Mr. Morey, of Ocode, of Virginia. These eentlemen. thir. lore, were not permitted to quality. Subse quently Mr. Wood offered a resolution refer ring the credentials of Messrs. Morey and instructions to report which of them Is entl- t!('f1 11 (1 Kifjf llaaaMl.. ,11.1 . . " V raise the question as to who was the legal gov-fi"i110aIana- He was pertinent to this tntflllr- In .l.t.mln.. wivi iiuauuu aaag Uj 10 What form of credentials the respeclve claimants presented. Mr. Blaine declared that there was no more ofneial ground for speaking of John M'Enery as the governor or Louisiana than there was lor speaking or Mr. Wood as such of New VflrL' Jrt .lana.tmnn. .1. -uv.;Mbu.cuiui i-ii uuvciuuicuLliatl ever recognlzea M'Enery, ana the house at Its last session, by a very large vote, to which many eentlemen of the Democratic, side of tha linni n mm . . . . nnt-InilQ that tliamonlntfn. I -A , c-mnly recognized Kellogg as governor of Louisiana, and for the gentleman from New l ork to make a statement that the governor sb lp of Louisiana was still a matter of doubt, or was still In suspense, was to place the house In a wrong position. He thought that the clerk would have been perfectly Justified in tearing up as waste paper the credentials s gued by M Eaery. He trusted that the gen tleman from rv ew York did not wish to open the whole Louisiana case on this question. Mr. Wood replied that the papers In the case or all members from Louisiana were them selves sufficient answer to the gentleman; for If there was no possibles-question at to who WfiS mlvpmnp nf lAnldano .,... ... .. all the members from that State had deemed and they had all deemed it important to come here clothed with certificates from all of these so-called governors? He did not propose to raise In this Inquiry a question as to who was . suciiiur ui Louisiana, xne question to be determined, in the first place. V . , . ' pmeuieucreacmiaismai .Sr. i41L" w reau on mis noor. Mr. U hpoloi1 colli Ka hn.l . 1 av question as to who was the governor of LoalBt- an a nail )-iaa pa. . .. . . . ... " . , , i i',hi. least; uiilii ine T . 5 tawuuu, aua regreueu mat ior a u j uumiiuini linuouia do again raised. OnlVllfil Ttpllnmh(Utn rartAffnl.lui w.uw. iMuieiuiiit uv luu I ri si (I Mil r. m in ltd..... . . . i i i i . . . Ofpice op City Tax Collector. ) ME3IPUIS. December 7. 1CS f ntHE City Tax Books lor the Forty-eight corporate year (1675) have been placed la my hands, and I am now ready to collect said taxoi and allow d discount for prompt pay ment as per resolution of the General Coun cil, November 21, 1875. FRED C SCHAPKIt, City Tar Coll'r. WTOTIdS?. A meeting or the Memphis Board of Trade will i.e held at their rooms TO-DAY (De S5m?er.Jlh)Vat, thTee "'deck, for the purpose Of adopting Rules and By-laws to govern the wiia, oecretary. WOTIOB. nilU'nF Trill Ur, n n, l a ., ., o i hjh ujemoersor the Board or Trade WHDNEhuaY, De cember Kth.nt tlialv x-nnmB . .1.71- for thepurpose or eleotingomcers for the en suing year. T. H.feTES, Secretary. Memphis, December 7, IS75. Office of the Home Bitteksj Co. ) r nuiH iti t o frtT Lotris, December 1, lb75. j T OUIB ULLRICH has . not been In the em- t ploy of thte Company since the 12th of CO INVENTION s sales or to FOlIcit orders for goods by this Com pany. at p. s. BHRYUCK, Be c'yVnd Tr" B Traslee'a Sale. Y toe power conferred on me In a certain vKuiiw uv juuii oomer- vell to me as Trustee, and recoided on the JOth Shelby county, Tennewee, In Book No. 7, page STS.for the purpose of securing the payment m1 cfaln note In fald deed mentioned. I will, at tho request of the beneficiary, on Ihunday.the 6lli Day of Januarj, 1870, Si,ihe auction-house of A.M. Stoddard. No. 2jeecond street, Memphis. Tennessee, sell at public auction to the highest bidder, lor cash. ; . . ..r . r, luu ""ocenaneous libra ry ot said John Somervell. dec7-tu JOHN OVERTON, jk., Trustee. Large Sale of Unclaimed Baggage AT AUCTIOir, On Wednesday Morning-, nt 10 O'clock, By A. E. Franlcland, 195 Main street. BEJT PHILON, B.F.MUBPHV. WASHINGTON. Kerr Congratulated and Randall Com-lucnded-Thc West and South Carried L'vcrrthiiiij. A Clerical Democrat All Hnnkcy-Stand-iiiff Committees Babcock and Bristoiv The JJessagc. Mr. William m. Gsnsvcvn., i .UI1 IU iuo financier, in an open letter ail- ireeseu to fcciretary B;i;tow, a-lvisea llim, instead Of buy'ntr rrnlfl 1W fHo ool f brads, inordrto preparj for specie fayuieui in accordancs with the re- inmpuoa act, to hoard legal-tendti UOl&ff. Openinrr of the Forty-Fourth Congress Election, of Officcrs-TIic Louisi ana Case Decided lie. The Nashville American Riia tVmt Lhe whole amrunt of the Peatody fund to be distributed in Tennessee thla year rfuii De 5pi5,wo. Of this $6000 will 0 to the tittte iinrrnul imir.rciir Lnd S3000 in special donations for school mrposts. leaving fCOOO fir dielribution imong school? applying for aid. The New York World, thini that i, Jabcock is a really honest man, and 'resident Grant Relieves him to be a bally hoaeft man. Kecretarv Ttrfat las outraged tho one and insulted the per la Babcock guiitv? OrisSe. try iinstcw to be sent to rcume the ! pcUoc of the law in Kentucky? IThe Columbia Journal pronounces the tton crop of Msury ccuntv a failure. Huany it produces from eighteen to ferny tnousand ba!e3: but we think L are tafe In saying that she will not iKe nve thousand Ibis year. Gectle fcn "Wo bai'd their hopea on a large py wiii uifme a not of thi. IHE Vicksburj? Herald sava that hv litinued wind and rain-itorms frrm le to six weeks of the cotton season ve been lest. This will certain- cut off tho crop, far all tho esti- Ltea aro based ou at least average atlier. '-Our opinion." r-avs the Her- I, "Is that the crop will to wasted and l ou somewhere near three-fourtbs of L-UIlDn bales-." hiE vien-s expressed by Mr. ltaselta, the me etirg of the chamber of com ce yesteruay, were h's own, for ich he alone la responsible. Iu his acity as commercial editor of the k'EAL he will be found Iu tho future, In the past, a faithful cbronicler 'of s . . (markets ami withe i of the mer- ata of Memplrs. 3WARD C. Williams, now In Sin liClrca. writes his brother, Geo. W. Eiiams, in Charleston: las on tLo .11-fa'e-i steamer Taclflc on her lr:p dDica 1 brcame well acquainted Iinc ca.iani uap:ain lion ,ii,r ano fellow, ttilrty-flve year old, but he had an old a,.Hr lilm nnal n nn... .r .. . I n4uici UlUCCUIurj No cn-j Is to blame 'or the Ions of two led and forty p. Hx-ngent to much as the r cf the hip. Captain Howell olten i of his stay In Charleston in tho early ui iuc Galium ui-mi iu ' v, ii ci j x re d Ut mention him lmrt ctlarly to l'ir- aau IWrlMlnw lia nr I l.irl. thnn.l.i ItLat he weald soon begone. Ie latest telegram from New YorlH B . - . litheeuect tha'. the Iweed escape aeen concocted some days ago, and are those who assert that he has our of the citv f r a week. The II acd 1 is dentiUei will be held re- llb.e, and if Twl k not over- I J, will likely be tuaJe to sutler by tLu lmpnuoumeui. me snenu, it KERR CONtJRATULATED. Washington, December 5 Repre sentative Kerr received many of bis frlfnds 11 imlrmti nn in ilia Gnanifahi n .i " C33doIls fitness for the position. There- uuuivi iu.-jui,cui,iutti usouan in tne can- OQS. Jiml lllK mnf Inn r tyi n 1-. I. .. . a.A4C liUlUIll&LlOU u.u.UY,un, ajjuaoo oi jn terms or com THE WEST AND SOUTH FELT. HnrnrlwlRArnnKtiwl ih.i . 1, . . . south ca-Tled all the offices. For the two or uuuuicu luuunimaie places there are at least a thousand applicants. Some of the de- -. . u .wiuiuoKeawmjiHiiii iiiaiceruiin mem bers who promised tbcm support were culltv Of !!. hrponh nf fnlf h li i .-I .-. .1 1 . t. the ballot. At least a dozen of the defeated ummuam wiiiic uuuu; wim mgn expecta tlonx. A CLERICAL CONNECTICUT tirmpit Rev. J. L. Towutend, who has charge of an Episcopal church lu Washington, and who re- 1. " lutraui mecaucusior chaplain of tne House, was nominated by Uoii. A. H.Earanm, who stated that Town send had been drlvtn out of Connecticut by .aao Ul IIIUI, IOT II IS PDUUCal STANDING fiOMMrrrpiM TllPfP la mnpll cmanlaHnn ...I.I. .n . . . , . -rv.uiawuu nuu 1 Tkl ill li tu the appointment of standing committees of thf.hnnEU .ml alrunrtn I . .... dall has. been accorded by parties outside to Ihu.ha rmanthtnn, ikn .... . .. .. fcuc wiuuiiiiceon appro priations, femando Wood the ways and means committee, ;and Cox lortlen aflalrs, h i , " "-uunte, wimoui me least .i T"'"""1 may elapse be fore tbo speaker himself shall announce the BRISTOW AND BABCOCK. The report started ypsterday continues In r.jT ; , . ; "ctjouirj- ut me treasury l ad tMltlfrvl III. PAalfrn.t .... ,, . B-onnd or views dlffeientfrom the President ...a- Ulirauuu Ul UC'lUUIUg ii COU tl OI lnqUllT roucernlng the chaiges made against General BAbcock by L nlted states Attorney Hender son.at Ht.Loals,bnt the secretary himself Is trnflt (rlifltArAfln flinMn.. THE MESSAGE. The I'resldentsald this alternooa he would no, transmit his message to congress until to morrow. Opening of the I'orlj-tourtli Conffrrss. iiUUdE. Washington, December 6.-The opening of tho forty-fourth emigre.- was marked by the presence. In and around the capitol, ot a larger crowd than probaoly ever belore watched jlmirur proceedlnB;although wet and dreary, the weather seemed to have little or no ef fect lu restraining the eagerness of the multi tude which has tloa id into the city during the pa-st few days; and Irom an early hour the galleries of the house of representatives were P.K6.? 017 M P0"'1". then the hall Itself, and all the approaches, and every avail able space brcaine gradually filled up. un til, as the hour of noon approached, it was n 1 m n-it tmnAKLKlhlaa fn. .. .. . : . . i - . . j u m III Ii K o niij way in any direction through the masi, ama Jwltj or ihem.dlrectly or indirectly, iuterest d in the places and emolumuments which the changes of political parties in the house At twelve o'clock the house was called to order l.y Mr. MTlierson, clerk of the house of the fony-thlrd conre-s, and tho hall was cleared of all not enllt.ed to its privileges. The attendar.ee or members was very full nearly very seat, being occupied, Mr. JTPher fon then called the names of members by hiatus, commencing with Maine. y In regard to tt?e representative from thn thlrty-thlrd dUtrict o'r New York the clerk reminded the uoum) that the person firstelect ed had died, and the person elected to fill the vacancy had presented credentials so pecu liar in form the clerk picferred to submit the Iu reference to the LouIMana delesaUon. the clerk said he had nel ved two sets of cer tificates for the first lour districts, both sets indicating the election or the same persons that as to the firth d!,lrlct. he had reclvJd paltry advantage it should be again raised. ertinr r 1 1 rr I r Prl HlntiHi nml 1 kntt. i & . hv t h ft rtiv.n a nr Ttiio4n n. i i statute passed by its legislature at its extra t.-wwu( liuiu ami, auiii, .oesiaes, inis man Spencer had absolutely foreclosed nlmselt bv The question was further discussed, Messrs. Blaine and Lamar entering Into a colloquial debate as to whether this mstter would not reopen the Louisiana difficulty, lhe pre vious question being called, was rejected : the resolution was also rejected. Mr Blaine then moved that Frank Morey, having presented credentials In due form, signed by Governor Kellofg, b sworn In as a member. Mr. Randall suggested to strike out of the motion that part recognizing Kellogg as gov- Mr. Blaine said that he was perfectly will ing to do so, and having to modified It, the motion wan agreed to without division, and Moray -was sworn In as a member. The question as to the right of Air. Goode la. was next tatten up, and after a short discussion Mr. Goode was sworn in as a mem ber, taking the modified oath. Several members were here sworn in, when Mr T.amnw .1 M un 1 ... I 1 . ..'.ii. (. i uucaou li iCUIUlIUU UQCiariug tbe following m be the officers of the house: Clerk, George M. Adams, of Kentucky; ser-geant-at-arms, John G. Thompson, oi Ohio: doorkeeper, Lafayette H. Fitzhugh, or Texas; postmaster, James M. Stewart, or Virginia; and chaplain, Rev. J. L. Townsend. Adopted. After the transaction of other business of organization, tho house adjourned. SENATE. The senate was ca'led to order promptly at twelve o'clock by Hon. Ta W. ferry, luicn.j president pro tern. Rev. Dr. Sunderland, chaplain, offered pray er, in which he Invoked divine 111 HUG I Yl O" nnlho P.aclilonl nf (tin TT..I1..I -.. --'f, ....,..111.111 1 1111 U1I11CUOUIIW, congress and upon the whole nation, and re ferred to the deaths occurring since the last cession. Senator Cooper Tenn.l presented the ere dentlalsol David M. Kay, appointed United States senator in place of Andrew Johnson, deceased, who was sworn in. Senator Anthony submitted a resolution providing for the appointment of a commit tee or two senators to loin such committee as may be appointed by the house of representa tives to inform tbo President that a quorum of the two houses had assembled and con gress was ready to recleve any communica tion he may be pleased to make. Agreed to, and tho chair appointed Senators Anthony pnd Thurman such committee, -lhe senate then took a recessfor half an hour. On reassembling Senator Boutwell announc ed the death or Vice-President Wilson.knd said at an early day rebolutlons relating tT his life, character and public services would be senator Anthony said it was not probable that any message would be received from the house to-day, or if at all, It would be at a very late hour. He, therelore, thought tbe senate might as well adjonrn. He made a motion to thst effect, which was agreed to, and at forty . .. w v. uium auo BCII.IU ttu- Journed till to-morrow. lucuveruow irom me uouse surged into the galleries of the senate, and they were well filled. Tbemournlngarranged for the funeral ceremonies of Vice-President Wilson remains In nlatn anrl Yfa hnU hli. 1-. ji aranea, was placed in the rear of that occu pied by the presiding officer. rata k Mirft FIRE AND MARINE NO, 5 MAMON ST., MEMPHIS, TIN! REPRESENTING DREADFUL ACCIEKT. Explosion In Mitchell fc Co.'a Colliery, iuc uirsMt in Nomnern Torh sblre, Engrlanil, More (ban Two Hundred Lives Snp. potea to he Lost-Heart-rending Scenes at Jloatb of Pit. London, December 6. An awful ex- r . w-wv- At, UHJUIUO ltuu COl- 1 frr nnar nornclaif Vnvttrhi.. i "rr AWftouHo, auBumu, is feared that more than two hundred lives are lV"t Thfl OTnlnclnn In Qan V. ir.i m nr.pnrrpd nf. holf-nocf nina aaiai -j z There is nothing new to repeat, except that f hprp art hnnoo that hn t.. i r . .-v.vmv,, mu moiuw ui IUO Will HOI in tin naa w o at -M an.iMn the explosion those who were able rushed to ;uo wLwiu, uut me arawing-cage had been displaced The bodies of the dead and Inlnrcil nronnwhalnn l.M.aank 11 I ri f tnl 1 PTT fit Wtllnh tnAJ..rfl..l a occurred to-dav bplontmt MitfiMit iC 9 one of the largest in southern Yorkshire. It..uJ.llned lne underground workings " o mam tunicij , w were twelve years a&o yesterday over three hundred per- ...utu, a 11 ti nuiju ia Lt.uu ior many mills. They are entirely worked with safety- mmn. nnriarropi.iHnU . 1 1 ( .. 1 1 a 1 , - j ..t in uim,i)iiiui;, nuu were considered safe. At six o'clock this morn- auuuh luiOTi uuuum'i men ana boys daicendei and commenced work as usual. At hAlr.nOt Jllnn a taarvlhlA .Tnlncl.. i - 1 r . . . iiiraiuu uUKUIirU. Thn l'Yr( ntKltlnn nf M, i avnluinn 1. .. 1 . . . .. u. . . v. a ,,i 11,11 u 11 ib I, 1 1 rr.,- i-ii. uunuurt u, iiuiv iiiu miners in mi pans or '"i ncm.miinu oy a iouu report, iouowed u ai Boja Canadian Fire lap. Co. tf Montreal CAV.T it,; 88,000,000. FIBE ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA, Af SETP, 83.100,030. GLOBE, OF CHICiUD, ASSEIS. 87I4.S02. FBiSKLIN, --- - 0FST.I0UIS, ASSETS, 8281,990. PRIWI.IVII nn rirnvmim OAIMTAT, 8100,000. Trjisiee's Sale RY virtue of a Deed of Trust made to me as TrilKtffl hrr Palrixb- C... .!. ,-.1. -- , . , .. "in 1 mi auuiuc IflU of March, 187o, on record In the office of the Register of Gibson county, Tennessee, in B;ok No. 3, page 19, I will, In front of said prop- Wednesday, 29th Day cf December,1875, within lateral lifinro at 1 11 rr -- , , , . . ' ,i ii'iii. -a.i3uiiciee, oeii to the highest bidder, at public auctiou, for cash, tbe foUowing described properly in Milan, Tennessee, viz: A loiof land, begin ning at a stake 110 ieet southwest (or with the line ot the- depot grounds) from tne corner of Alnln 1. 1 .nnt anH Umh, 1. i. -. . , cm. iiuui iuw n using me cor ner of lot No. , in the name of A.J. Fields), S.T . ,",".r ."tc lu "8"' angles wim saia Flelds'sline tsO feet to a stake on an alley; thnnoA XT 1 111 CO 1,1 n 1 1 IV 1 r . .. . 1 - ....J .ecu w u outi4.u; thence at right angles 80 feet to stake on Front . . j rv4uulAUBi .ueuce witu me line or Said depot erOUndS 10 feet tn thn hmlnnlno- being the same property conveyed by K. A. nrnvnr tn Pnlrl.fr T.ar 11 1. on i . V-KalA Tnodn tn nav II, n .Aa ......i In. tvrat T'l I r. . i... . , . . nuu ..ivia. uul x uuuvey only us trusteo. dec7-2w-tn g. F. WALKER, Trustee. FBESCBIPTIOJI FBEE! FOB the speedy cure of Seminal Wcakn ess lxist Manhood, and all disorders brought on by indiscretion cr excess. Any druggist has the Ingredients. Address DAVIDSON fc CO . Box 229H, New York. ocao-deod Public Sale Of Valuable Slempbts Heal Xctate Im- provca ana Unimproved. r WILp sell to the highest bidder, at the Coanty courthouse in the city of Memphis, 1VE8DAT. IlRUaKY U, 1876, lei'0,.Iowlag property, belonging to the estate 2? tDeH BUM5. deo'd:The house and lot aiu. j, jjiucs i, nonnesst corner Bradford street and Jones avenue, 53 feet front on Brad ford by 150 feet on Jones avenue; a good frame cotUge, good cistern, high ground, and ODe of the prettiest lots in that neighborhood. Also, vacant lot No. 37, Block 4, fronting 69 feet on Ro5eH?,n5treet! a very desirable bulldln site, and will be sold in one lot or In two, as bidders may desire. Also, those very deslrablo loU . Kit Uil DHIIHrHnH street and 11S feet on Blxthstreet. Also, esst half nf Info fjna v?, .1 o-e: i n . . feetonGreenlawand 118JJ feet on Sixth streets. THE Democratic Executive Committee of the City or Memphis hereby order the election of Delegates, and the holding of a date for Mayor of Memphis. Ana tocarry out saiu oojecis. saia uommlttee hereby direct that the Hub-Committees in their respective shall open and hold an election for the num ber or delegates hereinafter mentioned; the election ot said delegatts to bo by ballot, to be held by said Bub-Commltte s from 1 o'clock f.uaa n a J J'.llJ. Oil Tuesday, Ulh Day of Decemlizr, 1875, And said Sub-Committees are hereby Instruct ed tha t no per on Is authorized to vote for said delegates unles? he U a resident voter or his ward, and comes wltuln the quallQcatlons herttorore fixed by resolution of this Commit tee, and will agne to support the nominee of the Convention hereby called; and said Sub committees aro to te the sole Judges as to whether said applicant Is entitled to vote un dt r the qualifications as above set forth. And I h A V will annAlnl tarn nf IIibI. ..., -rf ..... . i i " nu ui mill IIUIUUQTi UI O'hers under their direction, to record tho name of each voter, and make return of said election to the Chairman or this Committee without celay. The election on said lUh day of December. 187o, as above stated, will be for the number of delegates, and at the places In said wards as follows: TCfV 1 At tnill I, Tl'dl nnrnns . f n I i . . . sonbtieets. Fourteen delegates. Ko. 2-At Euglne-house, Poplar streeu Nine delegates. No. 3 -At M'Cullough's old stable, on the north side of Adams street, between Second No 4 -At Greenlaw Operahouse. Eleven delegates. No. 5 Near corner Beaie and DeSoto streets. Nine delegates. ,.S','A,t Waldran block. Eight delegates. ; . n Bea'o ttreet, near Memphis and Charleston railroad, iigbt delega'esf Thirteen delegates. iS'. H.At corner Fifth and Mill streets. Eight delegates. Nn. 1l).KiHiriinniDr Unl. ..J 7 . . . . iuiuv.1 main nuu ouuiu sirneis. Seven delegates. TOTAIaNOMBEROP Da-r.nniTRi ino h1V.n3x!.CUKtie Commlee hereby request uw-wmuimce ut? especially cau tious not lo exercise influence fo.- or against an." of the candidates coming before the Con S? ?.n And tbe Committee would state that they are exceedingly anxious to have a Convention composed oi competent, honest nnd reliable men, forit is a well-known fact h e est Buaractee that tho nominee of ,uu nuau oe competent, honest ft? ,r.ellabIe ls t0 "ave delegates or like qaal- The names of tho Sub-Committees in the different wardsare asfollowj; First-W. B. Ilichardet, Henry Frlck Tom Consodine, Patrick Kerns, J. J. Cooney. Second -Jno. Donovan, tf. Franslola, S. Fell ing, Wm. Worsham, Sam Di eylns. RcViff&'gL0' r S; lJLthe'. Henry F.on.IlV, v a' Bruce, K. htotz, Thomas Bar rett, N. Malatesta, Dick O'Brien. Filth-J.E.Ballard, C. Bonner, J. H.West. James Hall, G. W.Tomlln. 81ith-B. Bingham, E. M. Hearn. Jacob Weller, A. S. Meyers, U. Klordan. Seventh-J.T. Hlllsrran, J. s. Carpenter, W. Wiuth-George B.Powel, S.echelbler, E.J. Tenth-J.L.Bharp, U.P. Andirson, Geerge i j nuvw mmuu riuu The dfl ATflfpa AlAPtcwl nn coM 1411, .1 t cember, 1S75, , will meet In ConvenUon at the ExposlUon building, In the city of Memphis, TaOBSDAYrBECEMBBB 16,1875, AT EIiEVEJi O'CtOOK A.K , For the purpose or nominating a candidate inr Mftvmrnf Mn, nl,l .-j w. v.. iiwuuiai r?tnt,.erl rrl,, l, . a, n . . .. sub-comuiilteemcn become candidates fcr jac.c5, iciuaiuing memoers or the Sub Committee bo authorized to fill tho vaoancy. Hy order of the Committee. v w aa. o H.T.ELLETT, Chairman. E. w. Clait, Secretary. 1000 bnga Coffee, Rio, jgnyrn and Java. S00 bbls. Hngnr, brown nnd unite. 000 bbls. Floor, Imrreln nnd bal vc. 130 bbls. Kpw Yiirli Buckwheat. 600 boxea, hf. and qr Knlslns. uo oozes Flaa. 100 eaten hat dines. 200 bbls. Until, Almonds, Fecaus, lirn xllr. 100 bf. bbls. Almore'a Sljncemeat. 33 bbls. Atmore'n mincemeat. BOO buckets Almore's nineemen 0. 10, 18, SO and 37 lira. 50 oases AtmoreN lnni.Pniidiiir. 200 boxea Frnnes and Carrnnts neir. COO paekneei new Hncberel. (SO boxes Codflsb, 200 boxes Banff. 1000 buckets JLard 00 br. bbls. laRrd. 000 bbls. Potatoes, Unions and Apples. OLIVER, FINN3E k 00 avis mn mmm, .,,,iuij 111,1, f U tcui UU1 j n'ayant pas satlsfait a la loi militalie uuauiuucuanw) iicuitjuus, KllUl IHVlieS SCO falre inscrlre a cette agence d'ice u dix du oourant. f. LAVIGNE. Agent Consulalre de France a Memphis. Trustee's Sale. T ylrlueofadted of trust made by James mi. iu inn an iruaiee, anu recorded In the KMrtstpr'Fi nftlrA nf Hiiaiim.iiint r in Record booit No. 106, page 263, 1 will' sell on Wednesday, December 15, 1875, at 11 o'clock a jn., on the routhwest corner of Ualn anil A,,ll. ... ... .. n . . ; . 'iiiii'ii B.iecuf, iuempnis, xenn., thn fnllnnrlna. ,Jfl, rt,U,,l . .i . . ... ! . . .-tj uiowuucu i'iw,,t:i , via; iiVlLli on the south side rf Monroe street extended, miu.uuuiiii pari, ui iock. xo. 4i, together With the dwelling-houses situated upon the same and known as Nos an and 215; the aid property being a leasehold, having about Inroavaara anrf irf.nnnil..i. , . , j nuu Din. muuuia uj run. dmiu prem ises will be sold for cash, to satisfy the debt therein mentioned. The title is believed to be ktuuu, uub j.eeu aa irusiee only. S. A. POOL, Trustee. For Baie To the highest bidder, at PIIRTiTr! AlTrrrrmM on the southwest corner ot Main and Madison streets, at 1 o'clock, on tnesday, Decem ber 2 lit, that valuable nroDertv. Rf mini Street, In tbe Adams Bluek. Also, at same time and place, that valuable VACANT laOT, Of 2?i acres, on the Old RhIpIpIi rnarl between th6 pronerlvol S. H. Dunspomh nn the east, and that of Bender's e tate on the west. Title perfect. Terms Ono-thlrd cash; balance in one and two vpaim with intamat at ten per cent. For further information apply " -xa.ua. J. BEA8LEY. de2 210 Front street, "27. 3Sa MICOU, ATTORNEY AT I Room No. 20, Planters Ins. Building, Mo. 30 Mndlon street, Wemphl-i, Tenn. ID -TO PURCHASERS OF- DRY G n OflS! UT GOODS -to:' WILL OFFER THIS WEEK THEIR IHMENSE STOCK OF 2 8 1 sL ICS AT To Close Ont the Entire Importation of this Season. slack and Colored Silks! 15 to 25 per cent. Less tbnn Erer Before Offered. In Reduction in Dress MM Plaids-, Diagonals nnd Camel's Hair Cloths, Ar CLEARANCE PRICE; o ?4 50, $5, $6, $7, $8, $9, $10. 17 vr ir cm AT n 117 mm car iVAiasw rj WJri3 A 6 i sNIlwSII 5T&M ft GAS FITTER fl j $35, $40, $, $50, $G0, $75, $85. o MBl FURS! FIT CLOSING OUT THE ENTIRE STOCK LESS THAN COST. o . Flannels! Flannels! Flannels! CANTON. WHITE WOOL. 10c, 12Jc, 15c, lGJc, 20c. 20c, 22Jc, 25c, 40c. RfeD WOOL. 20c, 25c, 80c, 1 1 MOTS ? WHITE WOOL $2 90, $8, $3 50, $4, $ I 50, $5. INGRAIf. 40c to 75c. ALL WOOL TWO-PuY. 75c to $1 00. GRAY. $1 35, $1 50, $175, 2. BRUSSELS. ?I, $1 10, $125. Kb. 283 SECOND STEEB Opposite Coast Hqnarf. w. CONSULT YODR 1TBBEST BY BXaMINMG OUB STOCK T.J MERCHANTS OF HBHPflB, THE undersigned, City Assessors on "Capl tal lnvcsttd in business," will wait upon all merchants who have not reported, com mencing! on nonday. l.Hb ioatnnt. by which time we would most respectfully and earnestly request them to be ready with their report, ss the time tn which tbe work must be completed is short. Iheir attention to this will great oblige. Very resDectfullv. AfluUH UAMrUELIi. NOTIOS2. mTTR 11 Tl ,1 Oml en ml ring Inat n.mlDl.l.i A . " . . n . . v.. uiMittiu a, cei in- X cato of stock, No. 91, for 20 shares In the i,.i.ii. j,, ui -u mining oiviugs Association, and hereby warns all parties that this certifi cate is nhll and void, as he has made applica tion for duplicate certlflcite. de3 ABRAHAM GOD3HAW. ME3JJKEN BROTHERS 261 and S6S Main Bireet. dec? J.B.HOUOHENS, Assessors. :AM LUN PLUM EINQ fL o 3 3 o a 3 o QUiLAsi' l2m o s Late with t D. Earnnai t Co WITH AN SITIEE IEWST0 -OF- -OIIH PIIITZ, Late with F. D. Barnnm & Co 117 D 3 ftW iff uUiil And Silverware. -AND- GAS FITTIN - - - , --"A - - ui 111 DUCCLB. all in close proximity m thAKtrt-oriir.a' io, an undivided half in ten st In loUNosI n 11 ,1 a Titm.1 T n..l ,a.A t . ... , . . AISO. maias io lue nun uiiirlct, he had received twocertmcatti, one signed by Wm. 1'ltt Kel logg showing tbe Hec ton or Mr. Morey, and the otbtr signed - John M'inery, showing theeiectlonof Mr. Spencer, and thatiwKel Iogjt was thedeaelo governor, he (the cleik) had acted on hit certfflcate. and had enrolled -dorey. As to the slitb district, he had only recelvtd one certificate, nlgned by Kelloee. and ho had acted on that. The call belne concluded, tbe clerk announced that two hundred srd eighty s x members had an- ,nZ-t. ?., tir ."" The abenteei aro DobWni of New Jer-ey; Kgbert, of l'ennyl vante, who had letarn.d Lome iu s moruing onaeoeantofdMth in hu laimiy; hteveS oi corgis; aad Oliver, of Iowa ch"-, with to vacaucles, irom the thlrty-thlrd district of New orkand the fourth district ol "llfi. BV InrtTA vnlnmounr cmntm n .. A nfin. .1 vvvs, "tuu UU BtiCl-UIUUU. Taose who were able to, rushed to tbe pit bot- wa. uub mo ur&wiug-vage was uiupiaceo. as Ksfiri am tAotlr.1a V'nl.iHt.nA l I linUl XXrhn Vtarl AEnnn. . " t . -1 uvj Ac. wilu sresiuiui cnuy. They saw many who were alive but nnrnntrlniiii it 1 xi . i .i i. v v.. v J itupmuuiD UUr MJ III VO the number lost. It Is feared that the flrtt re- ui iwu uuuureu win De connrmed. though the managers of the colliery hope that tniin V max. ha cauail TVa . . the collieries of the district are present, ready and anxious to do all possible for the relief of . fc"c "mrmwuB uave aitto arrived. AilthoMJ rebcued thus far are serloualy " " '"r. uuuicuo ut tutu, wo- S.vf drt ."f.aFPSeregaUd at the i;''i "u ttsiuouuagurea ooaies are drawn to the snrface the scene ls of a most heartrending character. 6, 7 and 8, Block 7, and the cotton shed there on, belonging to the lormer firm of Black ! CI All . fVl Thla tiT...- I,, .1. . vi,i ij, jo eiiuaieu on 1 eil- , uiiuS ""wu, uaiiiig a iionior lfO feet on Tennessee street by a depth of 110 feet, running through to Chester street. The cotton-shed includes all the ground excent 50 fAt rtll fViea annth ,M .,-V, I IT . . . . """"i "ii., n iiii.il limy BOiU seD- arately. -terms or Hale One third cash; balan e In - - vuw utAU MUU. UUIUU K3 11 Bix and twelve mosths with six per cent- in wuwo wim becuniy ana lien retain T A Mt'J lr A MrtLifJun Executor of Itobert Black, deceased. Persons deslious to buy any of the above property will please examine it, and attend prepared to bid, as the bale is peremptory and T33IE3 DAILY PPBA 25 Cents er Week To Clly .Subscriber, BelUered by Car- ners. -7i" . V "-y " uaiuiiwar- rfinllimnf Tit 111 frna nf Inn,, t .1 - wT u. .a.a.uwu.AU(;-j, pur chasers paying the taxes of 87B. Depositor 10 per cent, required or purchasers ut the lime and place of sale. TKB.ZEVANT & CO.. dec7eodtd Agents, etc. Nen-Heaident Notice. Np. 2105-In the First Chancery Court or Shel by county, Tennessee-B. i. Anderson, Com mlsslonerof Kevenue, etc., vs. Jacob Lutz. et au ' It appearing from the bill which Is sworn to In this cause that the deiendant, Rosa Bloom, ls a non-resident of tbe State of Ten nessee and a resident ot Pennsylvania; It ls therefore ordered, That she make her appearance herein, at the Courthouse in the rltn' nf MAmtAtiiii T - i r . y mviuiium, jcuucMctTi uu or oeiore me fi iiinfc Jiuouav in January, iS7d, and plead, answer or demur to complainant bill, or il her, and set for iuarinz ex parte, and that a mnv nf llila nhla. h. Hi,Ul,k.J . for fonr successive weeks, in the Memphis Ap" l i. th day of December, 1S75. A cupy-attest. EDM UN D A. COLE, Clerk and Master. u. icxlenry, D.c.iM. IHobn Johnston, 801, for Comp't. dec7-tn 233 SECOND STREET. WM. JL.TJ 1ST Memphis and KnoxTille Eailroad. SrECIAI. MEETINO. AT the request of many friends of the Mem phis and Knoxvlllo Railroad, a special meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be lintrl nn T ncaday, December 14th, at 4 p.m , to consider the question of recommendlnr? Aid on the part of our citizens to this Important enterprise. J. T. PfiTTIT, President. CHRISTINA PRESENTS. (s THE nicest Christmas present would be a "CH1CKEKING PIANO." Bee the lovely alvl.a i, n hand at WW ti wwnw a - ..... ...j ii"' - ' aivui,nnuiHU particularly the new style UPftlGHT: or sBOUDOItt QKAND "the perfection of iuicuucw,.uu tan aiioito i ii musical circles. A fine selection of PAKLOR, 03GANS, MAR. T1XT fJITITATtS VIMT.luu t-r Trrni.'o ... Voc-.l and Instrumental Qems of the most popular composers, handsomely bound, with name, lieantiiut collection of Portlollos, handsome covers; Stool-sand a variety of ajiuer umfimi wuo aunaoie ior unnsimas. I OFFICIAL. PROPOSAL?. -UTY ENGINEER'S OFFICE, U Memphis Tznjt., November fO,lS75. 1 Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 3 o'clock pjn , Friday, the 10th day of December 1876, for furnishing all labor and required materials for the pavlnsr, with stone, of the went portion ol Main street, or that ly ing between the west rail or the street rail road and the west curb ot said street, from Beale to Calhoun streets, in a similar manner and with materials a.4 that specimen pave ment on Madison street, near Third street, ls constructed. Also, for the balance of the west side of Main street, from Beale to tbe Louisville and Nashville depot, but in a simi lar manner and material as Washington and Maiket ftreets are constructed, or of block stone, as the Judgment of the Improvement Committee, Mayor and Engineer may dictate, and in accordance with specification on fll at this office. AU proposals must be In ac cordance with the letter and spirit of section 87 of the citv charter. The city reserves the right to reject any or all pr potals. del C. C. BURKE, City Engineer. HAVIfiG qnallfled as the executor of the last will and testament ol tfallle D. Har- rla .1 ii i,o uml all ri rtl 11 V, n - n i , . . 1 ..v.., .1 u, , in,, liu i iiin ajmubl, said estate are hereby notlflpd to present ..uu. L,iuibiij ftviwini, ,1. iiitj execuior or E.M. Uearn, attorne-, f5 MadUon street, in the lime required bv law, or the same will be forever barred. All pmtlrs 'lndeb'ed to ald estate will pleaf-e settle at once, either with the executor or E. M. Hearn, attorney, etc. nov27 W.B.WINBTON,Execntor. S3 a o 131 to S" es 9 ft Ti S ifllHifl MAKERS A s 'imwir ks f. C. 3. GRAHAM, President. J. C. GRIPPING, Caviller. C MA Hlli X BVUUULf AND- TEADEES Bill OF MBSIPUIS, TBNN. Deposits SeceiTed, anil a General Bank ing and Brokerage JJnsIiiess Transacted. Tax-Paying Securities a Specialty Prompt Attention glrcn to Collections. 4 Q M M S H.I BEPAIRISG A SPECIALTY. &Q4r Main street : : : : : Memphis, Tenn. E. K. APPERSOS. o v. KA5?BABT. " E. M, APPEBSOIiT & CO.. I OCSRS, COTTON FACTORS A TUT nniurwrnnirnw u . Nos. 238 & 238i Front and 6 Jefferson Streets, Memphis, Keep always on nana wr 11 MelecteU slof h or Plantation K.ipMIrx. W.-W-SCUOOtiriEIiD. HENKYG.MILIEK. LrODISHANAUKB. HlSRY TltOM.18. IELD, HANAUE WHOi,ESAXS GROCERS, ON FACTORS AND GENERAL S0fflISI0N 256 FE0NT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.3SSEK. We keep constantly on hand the largest and most complete stock or Groceries ami Plan. l".Lio" n,'.""in. ,De elT Making rionr. Bacon, Irslola Todhccos! . aBKlii JLud "V , -v'"-; ageuia ior 11. u. wie at uo.'s celebrated brands of Flour, viz KFFH yS? v?T,BwnK el.?- f-fBeoto ""-the Gallatin MlUs Hheetlngiand Cotton Tarns, and Virginia Shot. Merchants will consult their Interests by calling and examine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our Mr. Louis Hanauer presides ovo the Ttton m Bui, giving nis personal attentlon;to selling and weighing. au23 BOOB, SASH AND BLIND FA n GTORT. B. K. PZiAIK. W. A. 'WILLIAMS H M MlSUfs.'! a ut &ti mis if &&&iMi W. H. EADIR. h. bade: COTTOIVT FACTOB, MANUFACTURERS OF- AND Commission Mercliaat, No. 268 Front St., Memphis. Buccessora to Fanington 4 Howell, which Arm was dissolved January 1. 1871. DRS. A, WESSON & SOUS SURGEON DENTISTS, No. 243 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. DOUBS, SASH, BLINDS AND MOULBIMS. Office and Faotory 358 and 380 Second Street, BOO. J Flonrlnirs. Mflnlfils. Mnnldlnrr. f'nt 1 1 n i .Bli.A.TaTn-t. ii',, 1 1 . i . ... . , " - 1-. . iMinKwiiuia, .1 iw-i nuiH.,, iyuiji vinaow I Frames. Weatherboardlng, Base-Boards, Turning, Shelving and Counters, Scroll Work. .Newel Posts, Rallusters and lence PlcseU; all kinds or laumber, rough and dressed: Lath and Bhlngles. Framing Lumber sawed to order on short notice. u -p Srnilfor onr Monldals nook nnd Price LUU !10 00 Full Sets or ivth Gold Flllinsi.. A TEETH EXTKAUXKD W'll UuU X I'AIN. by the uie of " Laughing Gas." JOU.N H. BODWia. L. D. MDI-LISH, Jr. MAB'Ii M. H'CiUaUH. 3. K. GODWIN &, CO., COTTON FACTORS, J8o. 386 IBB ST., Cor. Union.