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THE MEMPHIS I3.A.XL.Y - .TH3IPA.Y, FEBBUABY 18. 18'
6 MEMPHIS APPEAL GJLLL.lW.iY A KEATING. T-tui ol Kulcr4Uu. itnlly ATlVrrkl jr. DAILY: O . miir. nnn raont'i. bT mall 8 I 00 O copy, one year, by mull.. o if copy, hi )Ouuiti , iorii. . Uir copy, ooe wives, 'n clty U ic ropy, one montb n city sPEKKLYt 10 00 3 oo as 1 10 n ie copy, on one yrr -3 sc t ntHk nf Five or more, each.. h w-imen conies i free ol chftrze. O .r mall-books are Kept by pottonicea, rod net by Individual names. X i ordering papers chanced from one postodec o another, the, names ol both postoracu ( hoold bo (Ives. I Intra of Ailvcrliiilnc ; F nt Insertion, per square.... 91 oil H lbhejnentlnMitUom, per fliuare 00 Hi line aolld nonpareil make one square, n-l twelve lines make one Inch. XiMftJ Notice are 23 cents pe line flnt In- eitlon, ,5 cenu per line per week WcW, etc-are 10 cents per line first Inser tion, and 5 cents per line each subseqnent lns-irUon. Drain and Marriage notices. Fnneral notice n 1 Obllnartm, axe charged at res alar rale. We 11 no accept any adTertlsementa to fol low reaitlcc matter. First ir fourth page adTerUsementz, station ary, lonble rate. A Advertising -Bllla for amounts less than Five Dollars must be paid for beforo lnser lioa. This role w 111 be strictly adhered to. To Contributor mid Corre-spoodenln: We solicit letters and commnnlcauons upon kubjocla of general interest, bnt snch most always be accompanied by a responsible name. We will not return rejected coramnnleatlorn. Atl letters, conimnnlcatlons, or anythlnc else for the Arro.ii shonld be addressed OALLAWAY t KEATING, M.C. Gxl.ttJt.WAT, ) 2x2 !-cond fdreet. J. M. Keatino. Memphis, Tenn, MEMPHIS APPEAL I'M DAY, : : FEBRUARY 18, 187C. POWEBHOrTHEBOAKDOFIIEAI,TlI The devil got slck.the devil a monk won'd be ; The devil got well, the devil a monk was je. We are not sick, therefore, we no longer live in dread of epidemics. Lulled to a seme of Becurily because we have not had small-por, cholera or yellow-lever to work their will since the fearful visitations of 1S73, a few of our citizsnp, whoso intelligence should lift them absve such obtujeneaa, ignor ance or fatuity, are disposed not merely to cavil and find fault with the board of health for the energy with which that body is pro3cuting itsdutle3, but to offer obstructions and delays, and so retard or wholly defeat the ends for which the board was established. This is wrong in spirit as it is in fac. It ia narrowing the interest and purposes of the munici pality to individual whim and caprice. Nay, it is worss it is defy ing the law and Batting au example for the viciously inclined that they will not be slow to follow. The board of health, composed of gentlemen of experience, proceed upon the plan tba. an ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure, and is not attend ed with lbs risks of the caring process. They believe in removing tho filth and offal which accumulates so fast as al most to defy dally efforts to dispose of, and they have given itrict and stringent orders to.that effect, setting, themselves, a good example by cleansing the streets and alleyp. But, as we have said, there are those who deny their power to effect this good purpose beyond the limits of the highways. These worthi&i even go so fir as to say that the health officer can not only not invade their cellars and back yard?, but that he cannot order ob structions from the sidewalkp, and they propose to become veritable obstruction ists and invoko tus aid of the court, thetechnica'hies of law and the power of offlcia's to sustain them. "Withoutmore mmjpausing to condemn, in unstinted measure, conduct ao selfish and so utterly at variauce with the duty that one citizen owes to anothe-, neither to Infringe upon public rights nor set himself up in opposition to the ganeral weal, we quote, for the especial banefit of this class, the following sections of the ordinance creating the board of health, an ordinance drawn up with care, and which, it will be seen, confors upon the health oflicar nnd his coadjutors, the authority and power to enforce every regulation, which, in their judgment, may be necessary to maintain the public health: Be :lion 2. That, in order to preserve the health of this city, the board of health is hereby Invested with full power and authority to mike any and all rule?, regulations and orders uecessaiy to pre serve the beilth of the city, and to sup press aad check the progress of diaeesej of all kinds; and, to enable them to execute and carry out fully the provi sions of this sectioo, the chairman, or any member of said board in the ab sence of the chairman, shall have full power and authority to order and direct the chief of police, and the police force of the city, to remove any nuisance, or execute any order of the board of health, within the limits of the city, and all members of the police force are hereby required to obey Huch orders, and a fail ure to obey sucn orders shall be deemed a misdemeanor, and punished as other misdemeanors, and to require all under taken rliI other persuns to furnish Mich information at such time and in such form 33 the board of health may require, atd the failure on the part of any under taker or other person to comply with such order ehall subject the offender to a fine of fifty dollars for each offense. Section 3. That any jerson who shall violate any rule or regulation made by the board of health for the prevention or suppression of disease, or shall refino or neglect to obey such rules or regulations, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemean or, and upon bonvictlon before the re corder shall ba fined in a sum not to ex ceed fifty dollars. This covers the whole ground raised by those who object to the energetic conduct of the board ot health. But for fear they may be as ignorant in regaid to the ordinances of tho city touching nuisances and misdemeanors ai they resm or pretend to ba in regard to the scops of the powers of the board of health, we also quote for their benefit section C, of article 4, of the omittances, Bridgets Digest, 1S73, as follows, show ing that eidewalks are not to be ob structed, and that merchants, except when receiving or forwarding goods, have no right to trench upon and use the public streets and alleys for business purposes that if they have more goods thau their etores or warehouses will con tain they should rent others. Here it is : C. To ol struct the streets or sidewalks with boxes, bane's, or any other thing, except when receiving or forwarding goodB, warea or merchandise, and the a only for a reasonable timp, and except icg cotton bale?, which may be so placed as no; to obstruct the flow of water in tto gutters, and not to Interfere with the nafsway to or from any resldeuce or business bouse, and not to occupy more than eight feel of front from the outside of the pavement or pasway, and not to tc placed on any pavement or fcotway, or obstruct any crossing or footway; pro vided, that if any peison feels aggrieved by thn placing of such cotton on the streets as aforesaid, and shall call upon any policeman to notify tho owner to re move the same, and if such cotton is not it moved within twenty-f jur hours after euoti notice, tneii tie owner thereof shall be sur.ject to the penalties lor ob t trading etreets. We trust it will not be necessary to say any more upon this mbjict. The board of hsalib. has not only the law, but pub 113 orir'on on itssidc. With the niern oiy before them of the three thousand or more who in 1&7.1 rod the penalty t f ignorance with lhtir livee, the people of Memphis are determined, at whatever c', to maintain the good health of tbe c ty. They will take no riks, and hod I ij the boenl cf health to a rigid ac C'untab:iity and responsibil.ty, are pre pired to second every effort that body may make within the law to save trem from a lecurrence of tLe dreadful scenes of 18"3. The board may go on, then, in tas performancs cf Its duty and the en forcement of its rules and regulations. The people are at its back, and with luch backing it cannot fail, no matter who opposfs I. THE JACItSOX COOXTY 3IEETISO. The Afpzal of Tu jf day last published, with editorial indorsement, the prc cjedings of a Democratic meeting held a. Gainestorr, Jackson county, Tennes sar. The resolutions have attracted much attention, partly on account of their Boundncsj, and part'y because the mte'.ing inaugurated tho State and national elections for November next. The resolutions cf this, the firtt Demo crat'o me ting in Tennessee, have the clear iingof pure Democratic gold, and as a matter of course, tho mischief makers and chronic haters of De mocracy, are busy in decoancing them. To begin well is one of tho main ele ments of success in every important er t9rprise. Governed by this considera tion, the firm and reliable Democials of Jackson county have initiated the Stato and Presidential campaign in an earnest, harmonious and vigorous man ner. We have no war to make with tbe Democracy of Jackson county bo cause they oppose repudiation ard inBlst on preserving the honor of Uie State by paying Ita just indebtedness The can vass for the legislature, which Is about to ba opened all over tho State, should not be disturbed by any question es to the payment or non-payment of the State debt. The Appeal loDg ago, in early anticipation of this canvas, urged that a discussion of this question ba re pressed, if possible, and that the pep'e be satisfied with what tho State is now doing in ro'e once to the debt, and trust to the good judgment of the legis lature with whatever additional lights it may have to guide it twelve months from now. The substantial people of Tennetsse are not only not prepared for repudiation, but they are not prepared for the election of men, or the adoption of measures looking in the direction of repudiation. Unfortunately for the peo p'e of the southern States, the word re pudiation bids fair to be a prominent one in the politicsl vocabulary on account of the rule of Radicalism. IJational, btate, county, town and city debts have ac crmulated to such an extent under profl'gate and corrupt men cs ti make heavy taxation inevitable; and to pre vent the annihilation of industries, and the confiscation of property, the word repudiation has lost much of its terrors. But all honest men will condemn the re pudiation of a just and legal State debt, Just as they would the action of the pri vate citizen'who would refuse to pay tfce money which ho borrowed from his neighbor ;by importunities to save him from pecuniary ruin. It Is true that taxes are high in Tennessee, and that the Stato is not meeting tho fall interest on her debt, but it Is also true that the State is paying to her creditors as much as they can reason ably expect her to p3y iu her impover ishment; that her prospects are bright ning, and that, with the development of Jier resources, she will be f s able, i3 she is willing, to make her obligations as good in tho eyes of tho world as thoy have ever been. It is the true policy ol tho Democracy of Tennessee to tke no position that can bo tortured into re pudiation; to declare that the State will pay & fast as she is able; that.af ter meet ing the expanses of an economical gov ernment, Ehe i3 williDg to hand over to her creditors all that Is left, with a promise to do better so soon as the prosperity of the pjople will justify it. Tennessee has slumbering riches, ; un opened sourcss of wealth and strength, which, when 'jbrought into full utility, will make her debf, which is now a heavy burden, so light that ehe will no longer regard it as a serious hindrance to her progrts'. By a recurrence to the resolutions, it will be seen that the Democrats of Jackson county are not ashamed to be called Democrats, and do not propose to coat the'a: party name with Conservative and Liberal sugar. They call themselves simply Democrats, and ally themselves with the national Democracy, which repudi ates the bob which the chronic haters of Dsmocracy would tie on to the Demo cratic kite. Wo tru3t every county in Tennessee will follow this example. The true and reliable Democrats of the State want no appendage to their party name. The south has fought- Radical ism under half a dozen names, and ex perience, invariable defeat, has demon strated that the name Democrat has no additional strength by compounding it with another name. While we are ready to receive assistance from men who call themselves Liberals, Conservatives or Reformers, and welcome them as patri ots and worthy allies fighting under their own flags, Democrats can no longer fight under any banner but that of the Democratic party. As we have often said, and say in our prospectus published in another column, there are but two national parties, the one Republican and the other Democratic, and we must stand with one or the other. To call ourselvis the Dsmocratic-ConBervalive party ssema to imply that there is a Deaio:ratic-RadIcal party to which the Darnocratlc CoLssrvative patty is op posed on account of its extreme views. Wd need no such distinctions. Demo crats are determined that men who bate the name of Democrat shall no longer Interpolate upon the name they love an addendum they do not want. Mahomet must come to the mountain. Oklahoma nnd the Cherokccs. New York llerald.j Washington, February 14. Not withstanding the uigent recommenda tions of the white people for the organi zation of the Territory of Oklahoma, the Cberokees themselves are strongly op posed to such legislation. In a recent speech of Colonel W. P. Adair, one of the Cnerokes delegates, before the house committee on territories, he said there were quie'iy located in the Indian Ter ritory Detween thirty and forty different nations and tribes of Indians, aggrega ting a powerful and prosperous popula tion of about eighty thousand souls, and owning a country containing forty -four million one hundred and fifty-fcur thou sand two hundred and forty acres that they have redeemed from the wilder ness. The question was Important to tbe Indlane, because it involved their national inteiesls and general prosperity as well as their very existence, and therefore itshould be delicately consider ed by tbe government, because it involv ed the honor and the public faith of the government, pledged in th most sacred manner, and affecting the Indiau policy cf tbe government. In pursuance of tresty ftir-ulaticns made over six years ago, the executive department and the IodianseHtobli'ludthe "Genersl Indian fjouncil," or congress and it has ever f-Iuco been indorsed by congress in mak ing the necessary aj pr priations to pay its e xpens&s, so that the qust tion of ter ri or aliz'iig the Indian ccut-try is set tled by congress, by the executive, and by tho Indianp, and .'s not now properly an open question. It now only remained for congrefs to so amend the Indian in tercourse acts as to make them effective, and to estatlwh United S aef courts in our Indian country for the execution of these acta, so that tbe nations and tribes and their laws aril rights are not inter fered with. Tills constant agitation of a question that Is settled in gocd faith has forced the Indian natioEf, at gret expense, to rend their delegUc3 here to vindicate their rights, and these del egates, Colonel Adair caid, arse andered and abufel by Territorial agitators for dolus a plain duty they owe to their people. Colonel Adair discussed at length the propositions first, that con gress is not authorized by law to legis late a Territorial government over the Indiau country or to disturb the Indian governments and tho titles they hold In that country to their lands without the consent of the Indiana; and, second, such legislation is not necessary in view of the condition rf tho Indians. Daring his speech he commended the peaco policy. THE APPEAL. Prospcoltm Tor the Centennial Year Xow is the Time to Subscribe. The Memphis Appeal has just en tered on tbe thirty-sixth year of its ex istence, and great as has been its popu larity, and brilliant as has been its record in the past, the proprietors enter upon tho Centennial year with a de termination to mnke it a great repre spntative journal of the southwest. Notwithstanding the hard times, the cir culation of the Appeal is larger than at any previous period of its long career.anu we design enlarging our field of useful ness during tho present year by making the paper still more worthy of the liberal patronage it has heretofore receive!. A newspaper during the present year will be more than ever instructive and indis peneable to tbe public. Momentous questions are to bo discussed; it will be a year of agitation and extraordinary events. Wo will have elections, local and natlnr a', for State legislatures and governors, for a new congress, and a new President. Important events will be of daily occurrence. Stirring Issues are shaping for tho political con test, State and national. The Appeal will be found abreast of all progress, fully up to tho times. With no of fense to Conservatives, Liberal Repub licans, or any faction opposed to the corruptions oi Grautism and Radical ism, the Appeal will from day to day preach the gospel of Democratic truth, and insist on a cleau Democratic organ ization. The political drift is leading the public to understand that every man must decide which cause ho will serve, and the current indicates most plainly that there will be but two parties in fu ture elections the one Democratic, tho other Republican. There is no alterna tive but to choose between them. The Appeal, true to it3 normal position and the canonized traditions ot the party, re-enlists under the Democratic banner. Tho Democratic party is a national par ty, and it should have but one and the same name throughout the Union. There is no coherence or nationality in a party that afsume3 different names in ttfToronf. in"miA.q. Tn the northern States the enemiea to the cotruptions of Kadicaiism, can tuemseives uemosiaisj In Virginia, Conservatives; in Tennes see, Democrats and Conservatives; in other States, Democrats and Liberal-Republicans. When a party thus aseumes AnVnrant nompa. if lwnmpH fi tarrinfif fac tion, made up of odds and ends, without homogeneity or nationality, aiiuter foiiiinrr ihean vlowa. i?n s'ifill discard all appendages to the name of Democrat and ally ourselves with the National Uemocracy. Aireaay us uauuer uuam triumphantly in the breeze. National ia ripmnnrt .in immediate cessa tion of the brutal military tyranny over tbe south; that tne iron neei oi mo uen- pofc Im lifted from tho Jlooka of a prOS i.afo nsnrtln nnnn whnra it tramnlcd in liUkVJ -r J, IL the wantonness of power and In the malevolence of revenge. With the tri- nmnii rf nmnrT in November next. we may once more hope for the revival of the good old times, when the neonle of this Union were all indeed brethren; when the shadow f tua oMdinr nrl nf martial law shall disappear beneath the recollections of the sorrowful past With the election of a Democrat to tno iresiaency, we uiy with gladness proclaim that the Cen .n,iiot nf nnr inrionoTHtpnr'n ia a lubilee even beyond that which it commemo rates. All that capital and enterprise can accomplish will be freely used to place the Appeal in tho front rank of southern journalism. It will contain all thenewsof tho day, including the Associated Press telegrams, spocial tele grams, and letters from all points of in terest; full and accurate financial, com mercial and lecal reports, and fearless editorial discussions of all current topics. In a word, tho Appeal will be a first class, live newspaper, complete in every respect. Kntoa of Subscription: DAILY: Ono copy, one montb, by mall...........8 1 CO One copy, one year, by mall.........- 10 00 One copy, six months, by mail. . 0 oo Ono copy, ono week. In city ............. 25 One copy, ono month, In city......... . J 10 WEEKLY: One copy, ono year .5 - SO Clubs of Five or more, each..... 2 00 All communications should be ad dressed to CALLAWAY A KEATING. JANUAKT I, 1S7C. Senator Christiancy's Courtship Anna H. H., In Boston Transcrlpt.1 Washington, Februray 8. Had the leaning; spire of the Metropol itan church suddenly fallen, crashing out the last discord of its chimes, it would never have startled so much as the announcement of Senator Christian cy's marriage. The old gentleman has moved about so like a fhadow, drooping his head in deep meditation, sittii g quietly at the desk during the hours of senatorial work, and never once, sug gesting to any observer that in that slender frame there could ba any hid ing place for romantic ideas. But when Senator Christiancy returned from the holiday recess, fate sent him to procure rooms at Mrs. Choate's, on Indiana ave nue. Rooming-.in the same houss was a demure little Dotty Dimpb of a dam sel, with innocent blua eye, fair hair, waving bick from a fairer forehead, and a general suggestiveness of pa'ability. She had away of curling herself up in great chaira or nestling in sofa corners that was very charming; so the prwe senator, turned from abtruse poiiticsl conundrums with an in dulgent smile, to watch tho young lady. Fate chuckled, and made oppoitunlties for frequent greetings that should involve baud-clasps, and tbe thing was done. Don't you know how much there is in the merest touch of a velvet patm? So, when our senator took in his own that warm, soft little morsel of Miss Lilie's, there crept through all his nerves a little thrill so delicious that, like "Oliver 'I wist," he involuntarily as&ed for "more;" then, growing still inor covetous, he wauteu the sole right to the afo etaid litte hand, and in a month from the time they met, the mo mentous question had baen asked, and answered with a sweet, shy "Yes." That was two weeks ago, but nobody guessed the socrot. The little maiden went dally to her duties in thai forlorn division of the treasury known as M 'Car tel's bureau, till tho first of February; resigning then, she has only spent a week in preparation to join the senato rial circle, and this morning there wss a quiet wedding, making of Miss Lilie IiUgenbal Mre. Judga Christiancy! About as much difference in the relative social position as in the age of the high contracting parties, for the julge is sixty-four and his bride not yet twenty. There are six children by the former wife, who died only nine months ago. 1000 COKDJ BEST BTOVE-VOOD AT S3 00 In yard, and SI 0 delivered. A. 1. A a. H. GIBSON, No. 6 Court street, roil OEY $2.50 PER YBAR jlyisli CONTAINS FORTY COLUMNS OF Well-BiisesteS Suinmarj' OF THE fcSEWS OF THE WEEK AS WELL AS THE LATEST NEWS OF THE BAY AND 13 1"! L LED WITH Literary Sbieclisms Embracing Political, Commercial, Literary Sctgenttflc, Agricultural, Philosophical, Ke llzious ordinary newa, and all other matters of Interest to the Farmer, Manufacture, Max chaulc and Mrcnnt- n ATIORHEYS. WE J. & 108. P. SYKES, Attorneys-at-Law, so. is ; wEsr court st. sfEariiis,. G. P. FOUTK, Memphis. O. B. EARTEAU ilarUett. FQTJTE & BAHTEATT, AT10ENEIS-AT-LAW, MEMPHIS, TEiSn. OFFICE 33 Poplar street. kTEY AT MW, Boom No. 20, Planters Ins. Building, Ho. 39 BtBdlKon ntrert. Hmrbl, Tenn SOLICITOR AND ATT QRX-7SY-AT-Xi AW, Office In Comity Courthouse, Memphis. WILL practice In the Courts of Law nnd Chancery In West Tennessee and North Mississippi, and glvo special attention to col lectiona, conveyancing, etc. jzlQ SHU Wcfit S rsS. Emt n FLO A 1ST. F 80EBEIS, TBE FLORIST, At No. 413 Second Street, IS prepared to take orders for all kinds of work In his line, lneludlnR the care or lots at the various ceraeterle-'. Prompt attention given, and all work done at the lowt st llvine rates. Orders for cut flowers !or bouquets and decorating purposes filled in any qnantt'v and on shortest notice. Special invitation is extended the public to visit his greenhout.es, now in fall bloom. 'M FMJBSEIERS. AND CIGARS, No. 348Main St., HompbJs, Tenn. B. H. OARBERY. TH03. CAHEY SIBBER! & mil, WHOLESALE Up Merchant AND DIRECT IMPORTERS, 347 ront street, Memphis. PROSPECTUS. PKs l S.O r US On or before the eighteenth of March next the underdgued wlU com raenco, in the city of Knorville, the publica tion or a newfcpaper. datlv and weekly, to be ttyled the Knoxville Tribune. The Tribune, politically, will ba Democratic, but as free to censure errors or wrongs within Its own party as to expone and condemn hurtful policies and acts on the part of its opponents. In its general tone and conduct It will be conserva ilvo and national, and, in such spirit, will la bor tor the deserved success ot the Democrat ic party In the state and nation, as now op posed by its Republic in adversaries. Local ly, It will earnestly promulgate such ideas ami advocate such means as may be deemed best promotive of the development, advance ment and general prosperity of the section from wtit'h 11 will claim lis support. The Daily Tribute will bs a luli-sizu leven-col-umn paper, containing each day .the tele graphic news from all parts or the world, complete commercial reports, and a greater quantity of miscellaneous readirjg matter toan any dally paper in East Tennerscs, north Georgia, or southwestern Virginia. The Weekly Tribune will be an eight-page paper, tilled with choice editorial and miscellaneous matter, embracing all the departments of ap Pioved jouraaUsm-maktng it a orst-class family newspaper. The local and business departments oflhe Tiibune will be in charge or gentlemen of well-known experience, ca pacity and Integrity. The Tribune office will he now In lis entire outfit, comprising also a well-selected Job office. Terms: Daily One copy one yeir. Si; one copy six months, SI; one copy three months, t2; one copy one montb,"oc;ono copy one week, 20c. Weekly One copy ouo year, S2; one copy six months, SI; ten copies one year, 115. Advertising rates same as those now prevaillrg In Knoxville. AU subsciptlons cah in advance, tnough on payments for either ub!crlptions or adver tisements will be asked for unUl tbe publica tion of tbe paper shall have been commenced. For the support or this enterprise we rtwpecl lully EOllclt the patronage or the public JOHN M. FLBMlNU, HAM M 'KINNEY, Editors aud Sole Proprietors. KsoxvrLLi, Tens., February i, U76. The undcrslgnei. In Justice to himself and all concerned, lakes this occasion to sy that owing to personal nd prolcsi onal disagree ments between himself and partners In tho office of tho Knoxvlllo J'tets and Herald, ho has not been acting aa editor of that paper sinco tho fifteenth or December last. The sme disagreements still continnlng, legal proceedings have beon Instituted lor tbelr settlement. JOHN M. FLEMING. HP . i fflK HSS4 Main PrfeTttWS Offer a carcrnlly selected stoelt or SiLVERWARE, i7o. 283 SEQOHD STREET ' LIQUORS. ' SOME LILLY, WATCHES, IMPORTER AN D DEALER IN p FURNITURE. TO THE TEOE ! f NOW HAVE THE LARGEST AND i bRt selected stock of toHavA' Aal) F1JOTITTO1 over oHere'l In tho South, which I will, for the nert ninety days, Ntll at Stat. ulncHucih' Jrlcv. W. S, THIXTOH, 25G SECOND STREET, loll Xx"vrlia.s Eloclx. J AM EH FLAHJSaTY J 4, J. 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At T, aici ater .aawork' ttOpa, vith tirLxeroiu earatlirs nd oo?Ujim laJafcile iafonaauoa rr ILM vfco are rsirr!; or ermtrapiate TMtrrlrtr; itin It 1 tv k tfcat onrfit U tx TiadfT lock and key, ti SmA Vft carelculy tost tfi bocvi. Went to any on (poi pud) for Irty CaU. AjUtvm Dr. Batu DUDenaary. Ke. U K. fctyttibat- Hi. Lsnti BANKRUPTCY. HOTICE IV KANKaUPICT, District of West-Tennessos.es. At Memphis the 13th day ot January, 1876. mHE nnderslgnttl htreby gives notice of hid 1 appointment as assignee of 1). H. Town send, of Memphis', in tho county of bbelby and Stat9 of Tennessee, within s2iJ District, who has been adjudged a bankrupt upoa his own petition, by tho District Court c r tald D:strlct. T. 1. WINCHESTER, 13 AS!ijl.tO S.C.TOOF, BANKS a. vponnaurr, rmidect. A. 1 OttV.vsE, Vire-Pretldent. J. A IIATKi,:r., Cashier. STATE NATSQBaL BANS OF MEMFIIJS. TENS. CAPITAL $200,000 xiRcrroiiSi AMOS WOODRUFF. A. D. a WYNNE or Ptewart, Owynne Co. A. J. WHITE Of White, LangstatI & Co. il. 1. LKMMONOf Joyuer Lemraon A Oale J. R. MILlCS Of J. R. Miles & Co. J. P. IIOFFM A.Of Mitchell, Hoffman A Co. J. M.UuODBAR Of Uoodoar & Ollllland. N.MALATESTA Of L. I'odesta A Co. W. U.HNEKD, Jk Of Myers &Suecd, J. J. BUHBY Of J. J. Busby Co. T. J. UATHAM0: Etheridge. Latham & Ed wards. CP. HUNT W. W. GUY Or Mosby Hunt & Co. .Of Guy, McClellan&Co. Accounts of M chants and others solicited. Collect promptly attended to. SAIL MAKERS. 95 CampSt.,NnPonRAs New Orleans, La. MISCELLANEOUS. Memphis and Kansas City U.K. Co. 33 IX? 3 FOR "WOyFLZZ:. BY order of the Executive Committee, bids will be received until February 20 ls76,for too Clearing, Grading and Furnishing Cross ties on tbe following divisions of tbe Mem phis and Kansas City Railroad; payments in ''ounty and Town .bonds, as specified on each division. First. Between Katesville, Independence county, Arkansa?, and Jacksonport, Jackson county, Arkansas. Payment in independ ent and Jackson County Bonds. becond. Between Jacksonport and Augusta, Woodruff omnty, Arkansas. Payment in Jackfon and Woodruff County Bonds and Bonds of the Town of Augusta. Third. Betw-en Augusta and 'WlttBbnrg, Cross couftty, Aikansas Payment in Wood ruir and Cross County Bonds. The Board reserves tho right to reject any or all of said bids. Bids to bo addressed to JOHN OVERTOK, Jc President H. aud K. C. R. R., Memphis, Tenn. Memphis, Tenn., Jannarv 18, ISTrl. Ja20 A FORTUNE FOR Sf. Wyomincj Monthly FERY. tfnltud if A utktritj tfn tut itkt LtjUUtsr T)ktU SI uci, Six for i- Oat Chuca h titry t. nftb. Extraordicirj Cra'wiEs, A Ch Prize of aiOO.OOO 1 CKcb Prize of 50,000 1 Cash Prize ot 25,000 I Cash Prize of 20,000 51,026 Cash Prizesamoimtlngto $360,008 TTta trrt Xxtrrdlaary Drawiaf w prtrfdal mi Yj C4). fatrk( Frtat af Board of Tr4e Tk att4 j Oavanaf JaMaa. TVW j TUktt Halir Ta fiwtk fcy Sa kaZLrraa'taftkaStmat. Drawl aT6Pf 30 Daya Ajrvmta wtai4. IAara ftj- Far Ml pArSUaian au4 tm Sknlars. A4drM tta Utmz l. M. 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Leggett, Ex-Commissioner of Patent.", Cleveland, Ohio; O. H. Kelley, l-so.., Secretary National Grange, Lou isville, Ky.; Commodore Dan'l Ammen, U. H. N., Washington, D.C. esj-Send stamp for our "Guide for Obtain ing Patents," a book of 50 pages. Address, LOUIH ISAWUItn A CO Holicitora of Patents. Washington. D.O. lEraxrsAircB. OF MEMPJiU-k TENN. OFFICE- 16 HABI80N 8T, QM OlPiTAL, : $300,000 00 CASH ASSETS, : : 444,046 87 oreicsaii. WM. M. FARRINGTON, President. H. T. LEMMON, Vle-Preaident.; J, A. HIMM0N3, Becretary; WM' M. FARSINOT03t. U. T. LEM304 C. B. CUUBCB, t. B. ItOBIKSON. Ertocn Esslit. Sno. ovzrton, Js, W. E. GnEinria.w q If I ! 1 s I Hi g i M ALSTON BOYD, is 1. BOYD & ml 00TT0H FACTORS, 1mm Cora'y PREK1UH COTTON". $10t 0 Prcminnv Cottou fur the Centennial. PLANTERS intrndlrs; to compete for the 5IiC0 i remlum offered bv tLe Memphis Co'tun Exchange for the BfcST I5.Vl.t OF COTrON. froduct of 1K75 ant raised in the district trading with JteoophU, are romlndfd taat the tlmo tor making entries will dose March 1,1876. Entries may b made through any of the following-named subserl&ers to the " Premium Fund " Day 4 Promlfit, Pet tit Sc Blmpson. Hledze, McKay 4 Co.J.&J. fteelo & Co seuj. Uabb, Petrco, Suggs Co., Btowart,t?wynno A Co.. Porter, Taylor A Co., V, T. Curtis, G. Kali A Co., W. U. Ualoreath A Co.. E.v, narvey A KIchardM)D,T. It Hayties A Co. Brooks, Neely A Co., Dlllard A Coffin, Uige A Fisher, J. R. Godwin iio.A.M. Scar broch A Co., Schoo'field, Hanacer to., Go-Mlittl & Co., Herron. Connor A Co.. J. W. JefTerson A Co J. 11. Martin, Guy, MeClnllan A Co.. E. M. Appcrsou A Co . Htiatton A Well ford, 11111, Fontaine A Co.,M. L. Meacbam A Co.A.t'. Treadell A Bro., Clarke, Johnson A Co., Etf, Flzer A CoM O. A. Eckorly A -ro., Moore, Emery A Co , K. bobart A Co., H. Bay llss, J. T. Farga-on A Co., Brown & Hlratton, F. M. White A Co., A.J. Roach A Co. For further nformatluu address Jo UN S. TOOK, dw Hnp't Memphis Cotton Exchange. y 25 Cents Per "Week To City Subscriber. Xllvsirl by Car. iters. HOTSL. HOT SFEINGS HOTEL I. IV. CAttOART, Pxopi letor. WITH the newyear, this hotel has change hat ds, aud Is being refilled with great care and expense, and urn hed throughout with new carpets, its location is superior to any other In the Valley, and t Is only half as far from tho depot as tiro the other houses. Eveiy room and department Is supplied with gas and there is an eiegsnt bath-house under the same roof, with nsiural vapor batts. ho gambling permitted In any rsrt of tio hotel. Mycharges arofromfl2 50 to $17 CO prweek. Ihls was the flrat-clai-s house under the preent management, durlng lSVt, and the pro prietor lsdeiermlnfd Itshall be the leading ho tel in future. Your patronage 1) respectfully solicited. I. W. UARHART, Proprietor. Hot Hprlngs. Ark Jnnuarv 10. 1K7K taZ7 BLANK BOOK1. EE G B ATI H a A SPJSCtALTT. UO. I'Z JEFFSRSOS STREET MEDICAL. Iyer's Clierry Pectoral, For niaeaHB or (he Thront and Lnncs, snch as Cohi.Ijh, Coins, Wbooplnjr t'onsli. Bruorriltto. Astlirua nrl CONKUaPTIUN. Tlie few compositions, wh'ch have won the conndenceof mankind an'i become bocstho d wtnis, among not only one but many nations, must have extraordin ary virtues. Perhaps no one ever eoenredjso 'wide a refutation, or maintained It po long as. Avkb's Cufrry Peptobai.. It has been known to the public about forty years, by a long coniiuiuu tores of marveious cures, that have wou for it a confidence in its vir tues, never equaled by any other medicine. It still makes tbe most effectual cures of Coughs, Colds, Consumption, that can be made by medical skill. Indeed, tho Ceerrt Pectobat. has really robbed these dangerous diseases of their terrors, to a great extent, and glvm a feeling of Immunity lrora their fatal effects, that is well founded If tbe remedy be taken in season. Ev-ry family should have It in their closet for the rea iy and prompt re lief of its members. Ptckness. (-uQerlnz. and even life Is 'saved by this timely protection. The prudent should not neglect ft, and the wise will not. Keep It by you for the pro tection It affords by Its timely use in sudden attacks. PP.3PARED nv Sr. J. C. A7ER & CO., Lowell, Mas., Practical and Analytical Chemists. Bold by all Druggists and Dealers InMedicln MAN'S miUW Ml AUTD EIVEK PAD. .PAD To iU noru exactly u seen In cnt. Is medicated with effectlT componndi. Cares oy aosarption, acting on tbe llvcr and stcmacn Immediately, taking from theiystemeTerypar tlcle of Malaria and Dillons poison. Is ocatly atacactous and a euro preventtre la all dis eases erowlngoutof a disordered llrer. Xlwso who try them are wild with deught over their speedy release from suffering. Like eTerytblnj: valuabl a lIOLMAN'S TAD Is belntr counterfelteJ. Boy none but thoso hpnrln? hts nlcture and signature. A sure cure and preventive far all Fs?e;3 and Apea, SifcJkd';:, lim Comphini, tfeuulgia, Mi&h Price 2.oi). Will send ht mail when drnguists Jo not keep them, bend for book containing wucti al nanla information about this wondarful caratire. Dr. TboiiKS ,iwnlM & To, 29 South Court st.. 3 doors west olJno Gaston's, saw PKESCRIPTIO-N FKEE FTiOR the speeily cure of Seminal Weakness J; Lost Manhood, and all disorders broagh on by Indiscretion car excess. Any drogyls bos tho ingredients. Address DAVIDSON CO . Box 2i. Now Yorlr noac-dftn.1 COTTOJI CLEANSRS. Cotton Cleaner, CHEEK'S SEED C0TT0X CLEANER. N. W. sPEEIts, Jif Manufacturer and Sole Proprietor for Arkansas, Mississippi nnd Tennessee. T 11AVF. recently put in a CHEEK COTTON X CLEANER, that cleans cotton more thor ousthly than any other machine now In use; and as the cotton manufacturers of Tennes see, who are uslntr the CHKEK CLEANER, are well pleased with its work, I am confident that planters who have their cotton put up at my Gin will obtain satisfactory prices for it. Yon are invited to call and see the machine In operation. X. V, SPEERS, Jr., Corner ol Vuncc audi Canej atrccts. Je23 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JUST APPEARED, Tin: United States Un&iness Directory M'111.4 book, indispensable to every ttujiieks I man. Is nnt, tost paid, on receipt of 810 Agents wanted. fbI5 S Bond Street, New York, AlV-P i;jZ. S?sW, DISSOLUTIOK. "Til ISSOLUlIOlSr. rj'HE firm of Uoodttar A Glllllnod Is this day L diwlv- by mi tual consent, J. v.Uio -b.ir J. H.K Uil'tiaLd r-tlnut. Tbe bnst will b eoi:tlnnd, at thwoll acd, J Main street, by J L Gocdbar xutl A. & Good bar, under the firm sains ol Good bar A Co. J M. UUtluBsK. J II H. GILULAND. J. U OOODHAK. A. B. GOJLBAK. In ret'rlng as sbov, we commend tho new firm to our friends and tne trade icetif-rnlly, and Bk for them the liberal pst.onaKe the olJ. firm has enjoy.d J M UOOl BAK. Kfbrmtrv 10. I7. J it. OIM.M ANb STENOGRAPHER. JAB. WALSH, 8TEHPGBAFHBB, 38 North Court Street. E WHENCE roporteil in Courts, before ref erees, etc. verbsMm. Suorthand taniht nrallvor hv mail tb-i COMMISSIONER SALES. COMMISSIONER'S Si OF- :SAX ESTATE. No. 917, R. D. First Chancery Court of Shf Iby county. Tennessee.- B. P Anderson, t'om mlslonor of Revenue, etc, v.. Josephine U. Haysot at. Pursuant to a deere for sale entered la the above cause, on lh dy of ap -mtcr, 1875, 1 will sell, at public ouet'oo, to the blsh eNt uldder, for cash, at tho com thoose door, iu Hhelby county, on iatnrtlaj, 2Cth Daj or February, 187C, within lessl hours, tli Tollowing dscribed real estate, or so much thereof as shall be effi cient to dWchargp tto taxes adjudged agnlast tald pn perty and all co-.Ls as shown by said decree, to-wlt: Blocks it 46,47,51,53 and W. in Fott Pickeilnp, itt the city o! Memphis. This 1st day of February, 1S76. a. P. ANDERSON. Coiuml'stonertf Ke-.enne, t3. John Johnston, attorney. No. H,N. H. !. Second Chancery Court of bl elby county, Tennessee. U. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Reenue, etc., vs. Maria J.Jackson et ai. Fursiwnt to a deereo for sale entered in the above cause on 21th day of January. 1S7C. I will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, tor catli, at the courthouse door cf Shelby county. In t'.eclty of Memphis, on Sitnrday, 2G Ii Daj of February, 187C, within legal hours, the following described retl estate, or so much thereof as sbail be suf ficient to discharge the taxes adjudged against said property and all costs as shown by said decree, to wl' : Lots No. 1 anil 3) or block 10, Fort Pickering, In the city of Memphis, bbtlby county, Tennessee. This 1st dey of Februarr, ls7. B. P.ANLKKSON. Comnais-lonerof Revenue, Etc. S. It. Gammon, attorney. No DSS, N. R. D. Second Chancery Cotirt of Shelby county, leuuo.see. B. I. Anderson, Commlosloner of Revenue, etc, vs. Joseph Brace, e tux. Pursuant to a decree of stle entered In the ab-.ve cause, on 'Zlh day of January. IS73, I will sell, at pub.ic auction, to tbo hUtttt bidder, for cah, at the counhonso door cf bbelby county, la Ihe c.:y ot Memphis, on Satnrtlaj, 2Cth Day ol lbrmrr, 1&7, within legal hours, tho followina drecrtbed real estate or so much toereof as shall be suffi cient to discharge the txes adlndged against said property and all osts as thown by joi J decree, to-wlt: Lots Hiinil H.siiusted on tbe west side of Lauderdale street, adjoining II. Hicks, and bound d as follows: Beginning 221 feet south of Union street; thence net 110 ieet; thence south IK) fett; tnenceeist U feit to Laudeidu:e :tn;.t; thence ncrth 110 fort to the Ceulunlng. This 1st . ay of February, 1876. B. P.ANDERSON, Commissioner or Revenue, Jltc. a. R. Gammon, attorney. No. 933, N. R. D. Second Chancery Court of bhelby county, Tenuesse -B. P. Andernon, Commissioner of Revenue, etc., vs. M. A. Bamett and Mary J. Eogllsn. Pursuant to a decrmj ior s-al entered In tbe above cause, on iV.h day or January. lhTij, I will sell at pub.ic anciion, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the courthousn door of Shelby county, In the city of Memphis, on Saturday, 2Gtri Day cf February, 1SJG, within legal hour, the following described real estate, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to discharge tha taxes adjudged against said property and pil cosw as ohown by said decree, to-wit: Pa t of lot Jo. 4!5, Barnett'a sn division at the northeast inter section of Madison and Orleans Mre ts, ltnt ingo'J leeton north swteof Madison street and rnnnlog back loti . eet to an alley, in the city of Memphis. Also, Low Ncs. IS, 19 nd 2 cf subdivision of Elizabeth J. Bettis and IS. .Vytrv,madelnl8'.D: Situated on the e iHslile of I-erdtnsnd avenue, about m miles eivsl or cilyot Memphis, in !-helby county. Tennet see, a. d said lots con taining about nine acres of Innd. This 1st day ot February, ISTti. U P. ANDERSON. Comm'ssloner ot Revenue. Etc. S. R. Gammon, attorney. f b2 we No. 1712, It. D. First Chancery Court or Shelby county. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of Revenue, vs. Win. Johnston. Pursuant to a decree entered In this cause, February 1, 1F7 I will toll, at nub ile auction, t the nigbost bidder, for cash, at Ihe conrthonse door uf Shelby county, in tne city of Memphis, on rnturilay, March , 1S7C, the following real estate, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to ulschajge tbe taxes adjudged against said property and all costs as shown by said decree. 10 wit: Lying In Shelby county, Tennessee, and In the city cf Mem phis, and known as lot No. pj three, in block No. 67 sixty seven, ob he south sldeci Cnlon street: Beginning 120 feet eaf t fiom the east side of b'ccoDd street, at Its Intersection with thesDuth side of Union street; thence east 49 ft el; tnence south 210 feet at right angles wth Union street; thence west, parallel with Union street, 40 feet; thence north 200 feet to th beginning Thts lltn day or February. is:e. B. P.ANDERSON. Commissioner ot Itevenoe, et". John Johnston. At,n-v. fb!2sat TRUSTED SALES. Tmslee'a Sale. BY vlttue of a Deed of Trust made to me on the 30th day cf January, 173, by A. F. Bonner, whtch is ieco:de.l in the Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, In book No. 105, page 123, 1 will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cish, on Monday, tbe 13tU Day or March, 187C, at 12 o'clock m., at the southwest comer Main and Madison streets, Memphis. Tennessee, the following property, situated in 8helby couDty, Sit!te of Tenneseee, and decribed as follows, to-wit: Four cren of land b'dng part of the A. Kerr subdlviMon, original lot No.U.und part of the Witberspoon tubdlvl slou, lots Nos. I, 19 and 20, on tne north slu'o Resident Trigg avenue, known as lot No. 3 of Nowton ford subdivision, near the Her nando road, about two miles tnati eiit cf the city of Memphis, hounded ss follows, to wit: Beginning a', a slake on the north side Rel dent Trlag avenue and the west tide Fow:er avenue; thence we-t with the north side Res ident Trigs avenue four chains and 75 links rsGSJ-J feet to a stake ; thenc9 north 8 chains 1 links v feet to a s'ake on the north line lot No. 18 Wilherspoon subdl-i-lon; thence east four cbalns 75 links 'W-!j feet to northeast corner lot No. IS on we-t side Fowler avenue; tbenco south with paid avenue eight chains 41 links 5.5 feet to the beglonlrg.and known as the " Bonner I'luoe " Eqnlty of redemption waived. Title be leved to b g30d, but I sell and will convey only as trnstw. JOHN H. TAYLOR, Tiuste. J. N. Ford. Attorney. fhl2 Trustee Sale. BY virtue of two several Deeds of Trust made to me as Trustee, by John W. Todd and Hesteran R. Todd, his wife, on the Suth day January, 1S75, and duly recorded in County Clerk's office of Desha county, Arkan sas, In Book No. one, on pages 31. :3. 3tJfi, 387 andSUS.and Book No. two, pages b,7,S,9 and 10,1 will, on FjBIDAT, HARCU 10, 1S76, In front of courthouse door. In town of Wa son, Desha county, Arkacsss, with in leal luuri, sell to the hlgrest bid der, lor casa. at public auction subject to a balance or or thereabouts, o; purchase money), tbe following described land, v!z: Lying and being in the county of Desna, Stale of Arkana", known and designated on tbe plats of tne public survey an the east baif (,E Q of section twenty-three (28)and the north east quarter (N E ) of section twenty six W, township nine (9), south range, four west, be ing ihe same land upon which John W. Todd and wife now reside, being estimated to con tain four hundred and elgnly (4) acres, mora or less. Equity of redemption expressly waived. Sale made to pay tbe note tecuresl by the Trust Deed. Title believed to be good, but I sell and conve only as tnstoe. Ja2B J. H.SMirH, Trustee TRUSTSALE. BY virtue of n deed In trust executed tome on the IStb of June. 1871, by T. D. Strain, w'- i Is recorded in the Reglsfe-'a office ri lltlb7 coanty, Tennessee, tn book SI, psgo -k 1 -IU sell, at public auction, to the higtet biuur, fur ca.b, on Saturday, Febrnary 19, 187C, at 12 m , at the southwest corner of Main and Uadlfron streets, Mempl.ls, Tenrowip, the It 1 lowing describe.' procorty, situated in hhelby county, Tennessee: The lot designated as lot No. thirteen (131, on N. M. Trezex-anfs plan o' subdivision, recorded In Plat Book No. l,ra?a 15. In said Register's office; and al -neac?o ofT the east side oi lat No fourteen '1 cf it1 same s-fcd'vls'on. EqrPy cJ redt-rp-fo waived, and title perfect. J20 JOHN l TREZEVANT, Trnsteo,