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MEMPHIS U & IJL.Y Ai'PKAL-FBIUAY. FEBEUARY 1 1-6.
i Co. railroads. HLS-ISsirPI AND TLAJiEisSEE.R. 11. CHA3GE or KCnEDCLF. ON AND AKTBR MONDAY, JANUARY tl, laW, lr.lt,. vtlli rue (allow. : E (pres-Tr-ln.dallyre-cpi HBl yL. IS jO pjn. 8 li a.m F.t-lirkt and AccommodaPn. d-it , is-i.. . ciuuaj .. SiOs.ra. 1 S3 pjn Ciote connections made t Grenada with It us Nortb and -oath lor all polntx. f.r inrxiwr lmorm.uon -ppiy -m ,No.2J7 Main tirrr; -sd al depot. M. BURKE, supcnnienuenw J VMHH HPKKD. Ticket Acent. LDUIV1LI aSD aA-IIVlLLE AND OR EAT SOLTIIKRS BAILROAD. SCHEDULE. Clly Time. Erprwa ttala leaves dally (except 3:ltaan unaysj ai. Mill train It area daily at 12:13 pm Accommodation train leaves daily at lUipjn Pullman PalRio Blecplng-Car- on all sight rain. t ur ticket or Information apply at Ticket Ofllcc, No. 287 JTaTn Street OOKSEK MADIS05. JOHN T. FLYNN, Bnp't Memphis DiV. JMi SPEED. T.cket Agent. HE-tl'Ul.- AND LITTLE ROCK R.E. CHANGE OF hCU-DCLK. rpRUNH on tbe Memphis and Utile Hock 1 Railway leave from tide date, Junwry a i iouowi: Freight and Accommodation leavo L.tX.t O. H. Perot at 6 SO ajn iisll Train leaves L. AN. and G.H. Depot i t 330 p m 1 1S W. E. KM ITH, fc up't. KEKPillS A.V1) ( IIARLE&TuN H. B. chiboe or MCIIEnUf.r. 0 N AND AFTER SUNDAY, JANUARY 2, 1S7S, Leaves. -lllUI K.L0. Arrives. 2:lUp.in Mall train, dal!y at isxpre-s train, aaiiy. ai -vw Hjn bomenrtlie train, daily, ex cpt Sunday. at . 5:00 p m. 8:30ajn No chance of cars between Memphis a-d rUtol and Memphis and Montgomery, and oDij-onecnanccoi cars to wasniDgion. HieeplDgconnhca on all nlcLt trains. Tlme20mlntile fasler than city lime. ttrU't Clftliv. SH7 XtKln nrrrl. Trains will not stop at Yaiice street. W. J. ROsB. Gen'l Bnp't. TOM B. DUNN. Ticket Agnt. JEKPllIS TJBEATUn: T. W. DAVSY. -PEOPBIltTOB Engtgement for JKlve Nights and Wednesday jiaunce, Commpnrlnp Tinnrin-. Fb. 141b, JOHN T. RAYMOND, who rll appear In his wonderml represen tatlon of :nr mulhkkkt Nt:Li,nis. In Mark Twain's new American drama from tbe OUdrd Ap." cnUUed COL. SELLERS. UUAND KLLKR:S MATINEE WEDNESDAY, AT 2 P.M. Notwithstanding the enorraocx expense at- K-nniog me engagement ot in 18 great arnsr, me prices oi aainiraion win remain as UEnai, Hatnrdav Matinee and Nlsht. U am.h n1m4 KUKBISH'8 Eth AVENUE COMBINATION KM I'll II TIIIATEB. tXTRA ANNOUNCEMENT! RETURN I"OR use whth. oomrafncire next .tt nnflHy, Vh. aint. FUKUIII'- FIFTH AVENUE COMBINATION. N irltlv Chanse of Bill Monday Nlabt Dlcn U iaclcsult'semoUonal drama, LED ASTRAY Tneday Night aulwtr's sterling rlsy, MOKy. Wednes day Matinee (reread LfD ASTRAY Wed. iim1 y Night (doubli bill) DAVID (JAR. KI K and tbe norjMtMcai ataurdl v.KO MB JAKFI'RJENKINS. Thursday Nfpht, i r r. inrunrnAAn, A'rogramme jor uai ance of week, se luture advertisements. The boee plays will In placed on the stage with nw Hltlnc. co tumes. eflects. et . and ou a Kcale oi elegance in keeping Willi the repatat.on acquired by ine above combina tion, and which hns met with the popular pa tronage of tbe Memphis public. Box sheet lor tbe tale of reseivrd seat will be opened on r riuay znormog, niv o'cjock. tABLUlt MAOIC. HART Z i LEVY PROPRIETORS, Sli gain StrMf.. (Under I'eabody Holel). ARK roil TOE MAOIC BALL MAOIC BALL -SI SO EACH . 1 60 EACH MAGIC BALL . 1 50 EACH . 1 50 EACH MAGIC BALL MAOIC BALL- .. 1 0 EACH I'ARLOR l'ARLOR I'ARLOR l'ARLOR PARLOR RICKB TRICKS TRICKS! THICKS! TRICKS! THE MAOIC FINGER 50 CENIS Printed instructions given with every article. BR4.NCH 1153 BROADWAY. N. Y. ROOMS AHAJ BQ&BE). DOOMS-P easHci fiont rooms, farnlxhed of it unrarnisntd, with c without b; ard at CharleNton Honse; Loaid t.nd lodging. Si 60 1D13 R O IMS Kcrnl-btU or unfurnished, with nojml; temx mr'erat. at 110 M on room. OST. I OlSTER DOG A liver and white pointer do; about seven months old. A liberal I e ward will be pad for h b rttnrn to Al.K. O. . UTHKK.Nu.I2 Madlwon at. EMORANDUM BOOK Wlta tome notes OFi. HDd i alvate pai.trw. which are fei vlcca ble o no one except mjself. A teaeonable reward will he pa.d io any one who will leave it at 330 Front stieet. tb!3 J. E HORSON. WAITS, AGENTS In every county in Tennessee, to takne clUElve conirol of aleeof astiple anlcl . in each ennty, for a year. Address JEhEMIAH BEUM.Behm'sCommercUl Col li ge, Chattanooga, Ttnn. Ibl! WO WAN work, basement. To cook and do general house Appl) at No. IS Msdlson Btret 1D15 EVERY BOD i Use UlUVId's "Ne PIusUI tra" Headlight OIL Reduce expense. BUY OR BELL Persons desiring to buy or Mil FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD UMi: tn call ut vol Main iMrt d FOB. RENT. C'OTTage cheap-no. as Reaie Apply at 31 fonth Court etreet. street. Ibis TJ EVIDENCE From March 1st, first-class Ik reiueoce, j-suirj- once, conuuning i rooms In Greenlaw Block, iso. IK), muth side Wadlwn street. Apply to Mrs.I H.EBBEKT, un preiaises, or io tbl A. O. DENNI-. 29i Main street. C TOKEUOUSE No.208 Fiont street, and up- K.' ici ftiurr ui .o.iiu. Appiy io 1U1". J. J. LUCK U Alt r, 31 South Court. 51 M aRKET STREET l Arply on the premlees. two ROOMS and kitchen. MsdlFon street. Apply at 296 io i 1 DWELLINGS several ltory frame dwell- ingi1. nve rooms; es ana water; lis per juuu . ii. ii.ce jmsxi!Kionv Agents, 1 aiadlson" lLAN'i ATION8 FOB RENT, AT PUBLIC i auction. iouce is nereoy given, that I win, u npeciai ite.eiver, in ine cavs of N, A. Edrinzton, as Executnxof James HEdrlng ton. deceased, vs. J. W. JerTcrfon pt l..nmr pnd.cj in the Circuit Uourtol Miulssippi ooun, Arkansas, proceed, at tbe door of the courthun.e. In the town of Oscmla, in iald comity and stale, ou WEDNESDAY. Mrch 1 l'CC.to rent u e Fain and VVhi'more plan- n.iwun. ,u n,u WUUl, tUU ll JUDg, JO IK"Ct lvely,0acd l'flacrtc.f cleared lcnd.rortbe j 4p.o, io iuo uieuni oiuaer, at io much per Rcru, payablo ou tbe 15U1 dav of .Novoni ber. Ii76. cash -ent- Notm with approved se- .ij wn'imn.fuunj,jaB nen win be re' t!ued on the crop for too rent. Due attend, ance will be given by ... -, JOIIN MATniEWB, 1-ebrnary ll.la.6. Special Hecelver. , INE jtRONT KOOMS-S3 to tfi per month. Apply at 68 Adams sire et. ibll j iWc.Uu-o. l Exchange street x- A ' mquir-on premises nil hTOl4h.UoUeE-No.16),. Calhoun Block, at ... r.rw.nt occupied by UxUr,Trevant4 frfi . Main street. V. TOREU iUpE From and arier the 15th day or Fbrnary next, one or tje twst nore hnuHek on M tin street, wet side, between Mon roeand Union. R C 11 tlNKI EV. hAl' ?ITjON BUILDINU The uld Mem fbls industrial hxiKx.tt!on Balldlnc. Anp.yto O. N. OllOlVENOK, J-i 281 ccond street T?INE OKFICtS A.N U SLEEPING liOOMB A plenty of water on every floor. 8LEDGK, WcKAY 4 CO. , 871 and 873 Main -U 'Maes. 47 Jefferson ireet ' rior AUCT IONJSE ff S A. 41 JjlOlfDAHD, u'cnrral Auctioneer and Appraiser, Makos dally talcs or Merchandise of every d-wilptlon. Hpcclal attention r.r.d rotes even to sales for executors, administrators, trustees, asMgneoa, underwriters and cargoes, to. 5?C0 ftecun J street (opp. Court Square; ni -r-rnin. ti . 1 0 iiA Uidi-iW C?X. Vf AKE-One 3ne young Kentucky brood III mare lo exchange for a joung Ktnlle bugzy 1m .. AddrrM H.. Appeal orflie x It. J i.MfcK lERi'.f, lormerly cf Lamr .Ti. Mi-.. will leas ca 1 ut II ddn & WiryV.ac l-ro-t, wli.ro lie will Lear o.iio tfalng to lib, interest. lbtS nIVOKCKS legally and oulctly retained for Incompatibility, etc.; residence uunecrs wtry; fee -iter decree, A. GOODRICH, P.O. box U37 Chirac .111. fhl7 EOH SALE OE J&E3T. CPLENDID COTTON -HHKD LO T Very O close and couvenlcnt to the cornel of Union flnei and Front low, 283', FT. FRONT BY UbJi DEEP, Will be sold at a very reduced pilco for cah, or wi'l bo sold on time to fcuit, or will be leased for ten ytars. GEO. A. BTOVALL, Kj MadlMjn St. BOME That very comforlahio h"me, No. lu I.luden ttreet, between Main and Mielby. Will be fold lor $1000 cash; balance on flvn years time. Apply to Mrs. W. II. Hunt, 357 Union rtrcot, or to G. A. BTOVALf, 1ft 77 Kit Williams Hlock. FOR 13AKE. Dlt. BRADLEVW CELEbRATl-D VEGE taiile Oil can be found at W. II HEA BKOUK.fi CiV--, Jjrueglstu, 3.T. Main Bt., cor ner Union. Also, at J. P. AHNOLU'rf, cornel Walnut and Hprirg 'tTeetf, M.mphl-, Tenn. PBOPEhTY 1 OW -The proporty Joining nrid rocth of Morgan's carriage shop, near Calvary Church, corner cf allej . between Jer f arson aid Adauu. . good bargain: must ba io d. W. A. WHfcATLEY, 2SJ Main St. DESK, ETC.-CHEAP-A nice walnut office dcik; " Finnillot of shelving and connt tis; a Moro.truck, and a remnant lot of shli 1k, mndeby theMemph's Mbirt Factory Apply to tba Horeuee dewing Machine fn..K17 Main. JOlil'B Llvrry slaule una wiueliou-c ilelitn. perfectly sale, c yual to gas. atone fourth coct, ai 2!.') Stcuiid fUtct. fbl3 AT ONE-fUUKTli substltnte lor ga!. CSJST- HITZFELD'S 2J5 BEtO.ND ST. NEW SADDLE-Bridle and Rldlng-Whlp, at less than cost. Address fb!2 SAMPLE, Appenl ofac. CTITY RKSIUENCK One or more of live ot J those nrsi-clais city res dences in the Greenlaw Block, i-ouui tide or Madison street, east of Fourth street, well known as among the most convenient ana pleanaut in thr oily; from 12 to U rooms in each; cisterns pavKl buclc nrd, high wulls between each jot, sew ers underground from each to the bayou. Terms e&by, and price lo suit the tlosey. Ap piy to A. O. DENNIa. 231 Main St. M ULE-CHEAI'-20 head of broke mare moles. HALL CO. BUUUUH.-1-B and Huo OUT FLOWERS at Mrs. SLEDGE'S, on Raybura avenue. L?avf orders at 81!sre. MfKsv Co 's. i e3 L0UAL PAIIAGRAL'HS. Led Astray. Come to Mardi Gr&s. Mardl Gras i3 the all-absorbinr? topic. The weather continues blight and happy. The Southern express company hBS our manes for iato eastern papery. Lewis Fuller was arrested last night on me cnarge or assault witn a pistol ine uueen oi vor.naugtt, a new novel, ten cents a copy, at Mansford'i?, Colonel G P. M. Turner is acting as auomey-gocerai in me criminal court The Memphis Mrennerchor will give a grand mask bail, at Cochran hal), next Monday uignt. Do not fail to attend the Brook's benefit mat'nee to-morrow afternoon. sou aiso U3 meieat nigni. I, i. ii . . ,,i ulr. John T. Riymond closes his " Mulberry Bsllers," engagement at the Mempnis Tneater to-nignt. jnow is tne time to suvertlse: v t tors are coming into the city and ttou sands will be here by Mardi Uia?. Mosquitoes are singing prelndd of welcome to tne spring, ana requiems to me winter -mat mignc nave been." James D Griffin has filed a petition for bankruptcy in the United States court; liabilities eigiit thousand dollars. Thousands of persons will come to the Memphis Mardi Gns, for it will be me granueat ever witnessed m America. lext Thursday Light a concert for tbe benefit of tho Sisters of the Good Shepherd will be given at St. Peter's church. The remains of Marcus Lewis, who was killed at Holly Hi rings, Mississippi, were Drought io mis city yesteiuay lor interment. Tho circuit court jurors are singine Home, Sweet Home. The Jury in the Joe Chase murder caseva'nly sigh lor tne domestic circle. -Tho parrot beak hata make nrettv women niuoouo, but nave no damaging effect upou the physiognomy cf the lovily individual. Of course thesa hats are popular. Judge Brown, of the United States court, is trying tne Waatiy Thommon habeas corpus. The question of State ana federal jurisdiction is the one at issue in this case. R. H Bpaneler. successor to J. M. -Emmonp, general newa dipot. 37S Main Btreef.ihaa just received the latest New xorE papers and periodica p. Sub scriptiou fjr tho daily Appeal received The eale of tickets fjr the Futbieh troupe engagement mxt week b'glns at nine o'clock thia mornlnsr. Tickets for every night In tbe week will bo sold, anu also ior tco Yi eauesa&y anu oatur aay matinees. We have received a larco numher of le't.n askirrr where Mardl Graa cos tumes and masks can be had. We can only refer the many inquiiera to the dealers of Memphip, whose card3 will aouutiees oppear in tne newspapers. It is rumored that a stationary bsir pipe ia to be established on Second street, opposite the Appeal office. We might endure tbe harmuuious discord and elegant dissonance of .he machine. but learn that It is one of perpetual mo tion. By reference to an advertisement, it 111 1- . i . . r . ... ., wm oe teen mat iuenKen xsrotners will give ten per cent, of their retail Ptlf a to day to the different orphan asylums of tne city. This generous cUer on their part should be liberally appreciated by me puonc. Some of tbe costumes to be worn at Prof. Mueller's juvenile fancy dref a and Centennial pany, to be given in the Urtenlaw Operanouee next Tuesday La. -1 A . . - . . uigui, me twemy-Beconu mstanr, will casta uunureu aonars. oixty or seventy of the coatume3 will bo mada In Kow lorff. The reception of the kine and sur render of the municipal key, will be in front of Court square, Main street, Mon day. February 28th. Tho Grand Ouro of the Memph will have every tubject auu uoiemste in nu realm instructed in time to carry out the nroerammo on mat aay. Tne board of health ia rl?iillv nt. berinc to its determination to remnvn all obstractions. ticrnp. etc.. from thr siaewalks, alleys and s reets. Quite a numier of unsuspecting citieDs have been gobbkd an bv the mlice and flneil for allowing their boxes, signs and wares to occupy tne sido-wa!lc. In the United States court Yester day Mark It Cheek r.btained a verdict of two thousand onohundred and thirty four dollars and twenty cuts against tbe Etna Infurance company, iho case involving a policy of two thousand five nunarea dollars on a bu'Idint; burned at Mound City, Arkanfa?, In 1S73. Ladles who exrest to attend iho grand Memph ball should not wear nin back drtS3es. Paraphernalia of tbe plu back order is a eerie in impediment to gentlemen "wallzlnrr with ladles mi oftentimes prevent the Utter taking ad vantage of leap year. Therefore discard tbe pin-back, but have your dre-sen cut quare or V ehaped, and voil will be both ttvllnh and aeceptsLIp. We are reliably InformoJ lhnt fhn Iraphic intends to ipue a mnnh Rnnn. Mardl Gras number this year than Ut. Tlie pxf.trlerce galnrtllaft year will erahle It to do Ihe tubject much betUr Juittcp. The IJltutrttious will be more "urrerous acri far better. Tho numl will be entirely !ovo!el to Men. .vt land the Mardi Grip, nud tbe cll'irtb nf Mr. AYIck, its representative, Bhonld b warcary Eeconded. -Arnold tbe attractions at tbe Tbe nter tu the ocra'ion of tbe Joseph Brooks benefl, will lie the aj parance oi Colonel T. A. Browne, ToDy Dnlfr, and the renowned vocalis, Jack Rick by. Tom Ryar. jr., of the Union Plnre hotel, New York, will furnish re freabments. The Grand Ouroiareceivinc; bushels of letters (fjui ladles and gentlemen who wish to patticipate in the Graceful mfZ'S or tiie royal ball and Leholil the corceous tab eaux of the Memph at the Memphis Theatpr. Tto Memph ball will be so magnificent that any attempt to Imitate It grandeur will bi as tbe dim light of a tallow cmdle cotnrared with tho effulgent glory of the midday sun. Dr. J. W. Rogers, formerly of thi city, If ctured at Vickthurg, Mississippi, last Sunday, bia subject bing "Tho Pope and the Republic." The Vicks burg Herald says that his le- ture was hrimfull of interest, anecdote and elo quence, from beginning to end. The audience comprised upward of two hundf d and their enthusiasm attested the merit of the gentleman as an orator and a christian. " The Brownsville Democrat says of the approaching Memphis carnival: "There are extensive preparations for the coming Mardl Gras festivltifson tho twenty-ninth of February. A large crowd from a distance is expected on the occasion, and it will be the grimiest thing of the season. Mardi Gas Is a great freat, and no dcubt a trip to the Bluff City will repay anyone, to witness the peculiar actions, etc." Among the many attractions that will be presented duiing the coming week, thf re is none more deserving of appreciation than the concert to ba given at St. Peter's church, on Thursday evening, tho twenty-fourth Instant, for the benefit of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd. The programme, which is being carefully prepared, is replete with tho most popular selections of scred music, and the beft musical talent which Memphis can afford have kindly tendered their assistance. We commend the following utter ance of a Richmond, Virginia, corre spondent to the artift of Memphis: "I learn ht a photographer of this city has been instrncted to take tbe photo graphs of seven of tbe prettiest young ladies in Richmond. The idea of this is that each capital city of the Union shall have the pictures of their beautiful girls on exhiLition at tbe Centennial, and there it will be determined which city can boast of Ha surprisingly beautiful women. Of course,.the young ladies are all in a flutter. I have not been able to learn whether all tho ladies have been picked cut." PERSONAL. Mk. Calhoun, of the well-known theatrical priming establishment, Hart f rd, Connecticut, is in the city. Colonel W. J. L. Holland, of the Holly Springs (Mies.) Reporter, is visit ing tbe city in the interest of his excel lent journal. The following names of vlsitois were registered at tbe cotton exchange yes terday : H. Verhoff, j-., Louisville; J. C. Lovelace. Covington; J. M'Gavock, Ar kansas; N. SchloBP, New Orleans; M. Haur, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Mr. Leland Leathebman and bride, Tiec Miss Pendleton, have reached the city and are receiving the congratu lations or tneir -menus, yve add our wishes for their future happiness and prosperity, and hope that life will be fair and cloudless to them as were their pure young dreams of love. We regret to learn of the death of Mrp. Mary A. Zent, wife of our well known fellow-citizen, John Zaut, presi dent of the beard of aldermen. Mrs. Zsnt was a christian lady, beloved by all who knew her, and esteemed for the good qualities of heart that made her life one of kindness and beauty, of un fulness and honor. We tender Mr. Zsnt our sincere sympathies in his bereave ment. AHUSKHSNTS. The Theater. Last night Mr. Raymond drew a full houje, and afforded another excellent entertainment well worthy the generouw praise nestowea ny every one present. jso man, woman rrcnua can see "Uol onel Mulbeny Selleis" as portrayed by Mr. Raymond, without entering into the laughable spirit of tbe character he personates wim such inimitable ease and natural uniqueness. Raymond has afforded Memphis an excessive or un usual amennt of mirth aud enjoyment, and wo are euie that ho will not soon be forgotten by those of our communlly who have attended tho Memphis Theater during his ercigement, which c!o3es to-night. It is nardly necessary to say mat me Tneater will be crowded Our readers should remember that this is the last opportunity to se Raymond ana uoconct Muiotrry sellers. Fnrblsti's Flfib Avenue Iroupe. Furbish's Fifih Avenue (New York) troupj be&ins an engagement at the Mempuia Tneat8r M naay night. The programme of plays is as fillows: Led Attray, Monday evening; Money, Tues day evening; Led Astray, Wednesday matinee; David Qarrick, and Jiomeo Jollier Jerudm, VVeJne-day even! ,g jl o urpnana. 'lnursaay evenlne. The Friday and Saturday bilio have not yet oeeu announceu, uut mere will bo a chance of programme each nisbt. The sale of tickets for the entire week will commence at nine o'clock to-morrow morning. 31u?l!er Soiree anil 3Ialincc. Prof. Mueller's soiree dansante. at the Mempnis club nail last niebf. was one of the most delightful of the seasop, and many will learn with reeret that there will be only one more of these agreeable entertainments, which have given so much pleaeura lo the old and to the young. To-morrow afternoon Prof. Muel or, who is preparing for his "Grand uentenmai" party on the twenty-second, will give the u ual matinee, to which ladies and gentlemen will be admitted at nve o'ci ck. Entertainment Tor tbe Poor. Tho dramatic and musical entertain ment given at Assembly hall last night for the benefit of tbe poor, attracted a large and appreciative audience. The entertainment was a triumph in its every feature, far exceeding tho antici pations oi more wno were most con cerned as to Its results. Mrs. Van Ellis. under whose management the entertain ment was inaugurated and so gracefully conaucieu, ueserves me manKs or tne public and the prayers of the poor. Dr. W. Wesson, dentist, of A. Wes son & Sons, -13 Main street, has re turned from the east with all the latest improvements In the profeision. In Receipt, a superb use or SIX-BUT.rON KID GL0VE3, Evening colors, One dollar and seventy-live cents apa'r. JOSEPH COLL & CO., 273 Main street. Gabden seeds, grasj seods. fruit trees, evergreens and flowering plants, at Otto Schwill's seed Etore,346 Main st. Ayeii's Cherry Pectorai. the world's great remedy fcr colds, ctUBhe. consumption, aud all affections of tho Jungs and throat. WM SuuTTLEWORTH, when he go's through with painting the Clay build ing, will be prepred lo do any painting at tne lowest ngure; second street, opposite Appeal office. Atthnd Robertson's Business CoDegf I X QfESTIOX OF AUTTIOKITY Van llifStnle Taken I'r.Nouer from Ihc CICy Aulliorille Iloforc lie lm Natlsfletl IiIh Cnmlemiinlion for t rime. A Doclrlne Hint noulil JlaUc JIcnipTiN t'lly of llcfuse for Vngranl-, Vn;7nlM)iid, Oii(cu.sl4 nml 1'riiiiin.tls. Editors Appeal The public bss been notified, by a published ordor of the chief of police totho police I rce.that by order ot the mayor, tne police stall not deliver a p- ron was uas been ar rested by them on a charge f violating a'j oruinance or me city, to a suer.ti or c instable who has a warrant for tho ar rest of the tame person on a change of crime, etc.. under me Uws of the fcwto. It is understood that the pr.sition taken by tho mayor is that the arret by a policeman not oniy gives to the re corder of tho c'.ty exclusive Jurisdiction over the party arrested for a violation of ordinance?, nut aiso oi tne siaioiaws, And fu the-, that the flno impo-od for 'lT-nses against the cfty laws mustba satUfl-d beft r j ihoS atj officer can take the prismer uader a warrant sworn out bs-fore a justica of the peace. If this position be true, wby.ehiuld it not hold good agalnsi acorjfus issued from tbe criminal crurt ba-ed upon an indict meut fir crime? Suppose a man was to commit r. murder in Collierville, in ihia couLtv, and make hla escsp3 to this city, and whilo here get diunk and Lecamo dsoraeriy and the police should arrest him on the charge of drunk and dieorderly, and while he wns in thostationhouse the officer of the State, who holds a war rant issued by a justice of the peace at Co Hi. rville. ac-unst tne tame party on the charge of minder, should make hl9 appearance at the stationhou.'e and de mand tne prisoner on ine warraui. nis demand is refused, and the man is tried the next day by the recorder and nne J twenty-five dollars for violation o: city ordinance and don't pay the fine. He will be placid upon the chain-gaug to work out the city flue before the State autho.Itlea can got possession or mm Every one knows how ecsy it Is for a prisoner to escape from the chain-gang while working in the open streets. But it ia claimed that he can bo taken away from tho city authorities by theoffieerof the state upon a writ or naoeas corpus. Let us look into this, and seo what steps must be taken to obtain this writ. Seme person must, under oath, file his peti tion Willi a judge oi a curt oi record, andstato iu the petition that the prison er is Illegally restrained or hisiibtrty by tne person or persons wno have Liai in custody, and to obtain an order from the judge re- leasing him. proof must be made to sat isfy the judge that the statement made in tne petition is true, jnow, i aK, could any honest man make oath to such a petition, mid make pioof that lie is illegally neld, when the proceedings under the city ordinances were regular? When tho governor of another State makes a requisition upon the governor of Tennessee for a pirson charged with crime in that other Sta'e, the governor of Tennessee wm direct, tnat tne man be tie' liveredup to the agent sent frnm the o hr State to receive him, unless the same person is in tho cus ody of the law here charged with crime committed against the laws or Tennessee. Tnen, in that event, the governor of Tennessee will not deliver mm up. it must be upou this idea that the city authorities hold mat a city can hold a prisoner to hrst answer to tne city, iiut tne cases are by no means analogous, for the corpora tion of this city is the creation of the legislature of the State of Tennessee, and it can nowhere bo shown that tbe corporation has higher and paramount authority over tne. btate wnidti created it. If this new doctrine wss to obtain. it would make Memphis a city of refuge to which ever7 villain who com mils a crime might flee, aud get uinr-elf arrested for a small oileuse under tbe ordinances of the city, and bids bis time for final escapo while working out his urea, on the chair&gang. While serving their terms on the chain-ging prisoners aro Kept at night in the station houee, where it is not' difficult for a bold man, who knows that other cunishment awaits him, to make bis escape. The recorder i?, ex officio, a justice of the peace. Then he, so far as ouenses against the State are concerned, can do nothing more than a justice of the peace can ao. wnat is mo law or tne s;ate which governs justices of the peace tn regard to arrests lor crime? Section 5020, of the code, provides that infor mation under oath must first be made before a justice of tho peace, and the in formation or examination must be re duced to writing and signed by the per son mailing me oath, section oUi prs vides what the written information shall contain in order to justify the jus- tics of tlie peace in issuing a warrant. Section 5022 is as follows: "If the magistrate is satisfied therefrom (the sworn statement) that the offense com plained of uas been committed, ana thee L reasonable ground to believe the attendant 13 guilty tuereor, ne snail issue a warrant of arrest." Look now at the form of warrant pre scribed by the State law for the justice of the peace to follow, it ts lound in section 5025 of the code, and is directed to any lawful officer of the State, and commands htm "in the name of the State, forthwith to anest the defendant and bting him b fore me, or some other magistrate of eaid county, to answer tho cuarge." When a person is Drought be fore tho recorder on a charco oi viola ting a city ordinance, and the pi oaf de- veiopes tne fact tnat tne Stfcta law has been violated, he cannot under the laws of the S afe fry him at a court of in quiry as ex officio justice of the peace, until, in common parlance, a warrant has Le?u sworn out against tho person. Then it is the recorder's duty to ispub a warrant of arrest for the oflerrse committed cgeinst the State law. He hands the warrant to a constable or the sheriff to be executed If the man is held by the poller, under the present order of the chief of police the consta- oie cannot execute tne warrant because he cannot get to him and take him. He can see him through the bars of the sta ttonhouse prison, and he can talk to him and tell him he has the warrant, but he cannot oby tbe command of the war rant and arrest the man. It is the case over again where the sheriff had a ca mas lor a man and found him in tbe mourn oi a narrow cave, with a loauea double-barrel shot-gun in his hand and would not surrender, but told the cflX cer to stand ofl or ho would shoot. The sheriff could not take him without killing him, which tbe law would not justify, and hec mid not truthfully make a return that the defendant could not ba found In hi county. So, upon the su gestion of tbe defendant, he made re turn that tbe defendant was "seeabls and conversabl?, but not ome-at able." When the recorder, as ex officio justice of the peacf, or any regular justice of tne peace, issues a wstrmt ana places it in the bauds of nn officrr. command ing him to bring the prisoner before him, or 6oroo omer justice or the peace, the recorder, or justice of the peace who is sues the warrant, has no longer any control over that warrant until it ia re turned before him. When tho warrant reaches the hands of tbe officer be is master of the document, and can make his return and take the prisoner before some other magistrate than the one who issues it, if he so chooses to do, and I would like for the recorder or any other person to show any law by which tho officer can be compalled to return tbe warrant befoie the identical person who i&tU es i t. LAW AND FACT. Tarlatans. While and Colored, -CHEAP. JOSEPH COLL A CO., 373 Mr.in .Street. Fresli Oysters Received daily at J. A. Siguaigo'a, No. -78 Secoua street. The cheapest and best Steam Dyking and Cr.cAHa House in the city Is st U& Seconi street. T.J. WALKEK.i CO. Neubaixha. "Neurli" cures It, Sold by O. W- Jones A Co., MemphU, Important (o jLadlcs. L A. Dl EH ' UN D12U W E A H AT STILL LOWER PRICES. Having mads arrangements with a lsrp-p eastern manufacturer of ladies' at-d children's cotton underwear wecan now coz.fi Jently ats rl that we aro offer ing tbid clatis of gcods to tbe ladies of Momphie as low aa New Yo k jobbers can auoru mem. we will place the rirrt installment of these goods on our tables this (Frid&j) morning. Ladies will take not ce that our present prices are fully ten per cent. less than our conceded low prices of last montb. LOOK AT THE FIGURE3: Chemises 55c, G5c, 75c, 85c, 90c, SI. St 25, $1 50, SI 75, $2 Drawees 45, 60 70c, 85c, 95c, $1, SI 15, SI o. 51 ou, ii 70. Nightdresses $1. SI 15, $1 25, $1 50, $1 75, S2 S2 25. S2 50. S2 75. Shirts 60c, 65c, 753, 90c, SI, $1 15, SI 25, 51 SO Si It, 5- C"r-e coverd-75j. 902, $1, SI 25. SI 50, SI 75, MENKEN IlROTIIERN. AdTerHse Where it Pays. Prudent business men advertise where it pavs them best. They understand the va ue of an advertising medium by there-urn it brings tbem, and they patronize it accordingly. This -cecums for the extraordinarily laiga and select advertising business done-bv the llolly Snring-i (Miss.) Reporter. Its columns display tho advertisements of tbe lead ing commercial houses of tbe southwest Its fine circulation, wide influence and splendid reputation ss & newspaper. gives the Reporter an advantage rarely attained by a journal outside or a city. A limited number of businees cards may be inserted in tne jceporier oy appuca- tion to the editor, who is now in the city. Hosiery. JOSEPH COLL fi CO. Ask attention to (heir spring offering of hosiery, replete with the latest GERMAN AND ENGLISH effects. A'so, lines of iron frame3 and e'ast'c makes, for misses' and children's wear, at very atti active prices. 273 Jin in street. Go TO Leddln's Bnslne'w College, l-'or tlie Orphans! Menken Bro?. would respect'ully an nounce that tbey will donate ten p?r cent of the entire sales of their retail department on Friday, the eighteenth Instant, to be divided among the re- sprctive oipban ssyl'im of tbls city. Novelties IN ECRU Nettlngp, Lace.'. Ruohings. JOSEPH COLT. A CO., 273 Mnln Street. It will Pay You To examine our new stuck of plain and fancy stationery, pocset-boous, ju venile books, echool-book, gold pens, bibles, etc. A. f. dod & co., 311 Main itreet. LAW REPORTS. Chancery Conrt Morjjan, Judge. This is motion day. Crlminnl Court Aflnuis, Judge. The following cases are set for trial to day: 205, Caarles 'lrotter; 417, unanea MathewH; 4US, Jim wiison: aou, uat Shoe Sha'jg: 3G0, Gilson Harmon: 322, Ike Atkinson; 418, John it ss. Circuit Conrt llelskell, Jnilcc. Calendar for to-day: 22S1, Padueah and Memohis railroad company vs D. ffoxtnn nt at: 22SR. cltv of Ale mollis va Eddins et al: 2097, W. Mite vs laawar is; 1 71, Inzer vs Wooidriiige; oo, 'rayior ana liuuana vs Droaa-gauge express freight line: 2S93. Wenom & C. vs Monfeverde; 2959, AudreW3 va EJing- ton, ftdministratiix; 29G6, Anderson, ad minis: n or, vsL. and N. R. R Co.; 2988, Palmer vs Cocke; 2971, Hailum vs Brewei; 2988, I'rlco v-j Carolina lift in surance c nipany; VJ-it, ijvs V3 uoyie etal: 2933, Walker Bros vs Ivmg&Co 3007. Sneiby county vs Helma It. H. Co 3012 State of Teoneasee vs Rocco; 3016, VViiItams & Co. vs the Anchor line; 3018,01113 vs Douglass; 30, Jjee vs ai. ana L-. u. n It ; oU-i, isrown ana Norton vs WooiiruiT e', ai; 3030, Leidy feCo. VBMtme: 3032 Pattron vs Mil- linizton:3036. D'llardvs M'D.iwelI;3037, Dickinson W & Co. vs same ;303S, Lyon va Alley: 8042, Smith vs Bea s; 3U18, Read vs Moyere. Fop. Coughs and Throat Disor ders use "Brown's Bronchial Troches," having proved their efficiency by a test of many years. Liebio's Liquid Extract of Beef, in pint bottles, is the oUy condensed beef that does not require cooning or warminrr. A wine-uiasiiuioi tniswnoie- some Invigorant always produces iran- oull renose. G. W jones a co , Having in 7 expanses reduced, ena bles me to sell drinks at fifteen cents, in accorJauce with tbe tmcB. GEO. W. MILLEK, Cut-Oil' ba.oou. ADUIT10NAL iilYKii REPORTS Nashville, February 17. The river Is rising, with 19 teet on me shoaio. Vioksbubg. Febimry 17 Down: Shreveport, 6 r.m Lp: Genevieve on time. Arrivitl: City of vicsfcourg, iu p.m. Wednetday; Illinois, b p.m. in -Hi i.w SOAP. LADIESJHAVE TRIEDIT. COLD WATER LABOR-SAVING WASHING- SOAP. FOR SALE HY ALL WHOLESASB ASD BETAJDL GROCERY HOUSES. 3?-.. Or, -ja,ttixes tio Son. .11 AH lIXr-AirrilMKILH- MF.MPHIS TKNNE88EE. 'JLYustee's Sale. T)Y virtue of a decree In the Chancery Court U vi r-unuy couuiy, in UIO CRE6 Of M AIT L. uampoeu vs joel K. Wilson et al , No. SMT7, R. D., wherein I have bein appointed, in the plaC9 of 8. F. McNult, doc'd.Trustoe in a Deed in Trust executd on the 24th or June. llTii. lm- airci c. iniou iiuuj r. Yiion, ior ine nur- pose or securing a certain lmJebtednes there in mentioned, which rii la r.(-onlpti in iim Register's office or Shelby conuty, In Deea Boak No. !)3. nairts 107 l). r will, uv virtn f Him uuinuriiy, ou Tuesday, the 21st Day of Karcb, 187C, at tho southwest 'orner or tho intorsectlon of Main and Madison streets.ln the cltvnf Mm. puiHfbcn wnuiuieai noiirB.aipuoiicaucuor. . . i.i 1, , . 1 .1 .1 . r iu .11.3 umucs, uiuuci, mr ciitu, iuo properly described in said TruM Deed, to-wlt: situated in suiiny county, Tenn- and beginning at tne noriueasi corner oi j. w, Tavloi'i lot No. 1; thence wen six chains and twenty-three links toastnfc-, with three sweetgum point ers: thence north four chains snd tlfty-eieht . .. o.-l... ...1. . . " 11, .i n nmac-, .nil BMVeigUIll l j1 II VlH thence east six halus and twenty three links toastako In tbeweiti o of Moselv avenue, fcnd thence south four chains and flity-eigbt links to tbe beginning conta nlng two acres and 83-100. Tne ej -lty of redemption is waived, title believed to be good, but I sell and convey as trustee only. JOHN JOHNS TON. Trustee. Clapp A- Meux, Attorneys. fbU STEAMBOATS. SIMiCIAli AOTICJE. THE old reliable fteamer PHIL , . ALLIN, having met with a53SJS3. slight accident for the lint time uu ins Urr life, will not go out till FRIDAY, the 18 b.at 5 p.m. Shippers can semi down freights. She Is at tbe lnndlnr, and i catty :or business htr regular day, Friday. j. t. Washington, Agent. a Front st. iv. 3L., Sto. 1 T0T7IXG, JOBMXG an t PI MPiXd DONE WITH DISPATCH. Orders left on beard, or with J. W. Williams A Co , 2vi Fiont St., prom ptly attended to. ft3 J. C OATS.--. Ma-tor. FOR CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. " V. S. Mnll For Ocrol, Ren- Mud rid. Illekmnu, Calr auil Si. Loni.i. Sir. COLORADO. nKZZt Gray master sd2-Si ..Leaves THIS DAY, Feb. Ibth, at 10 a-m AD. STORM, Hnp't Mississippi River Elevator Company FOR VICKSBURG. -Zcmptilsand Vlckshnrg PaeJSet Comp'g U H. Stall I. Inc. For VIcksburg and all Way Landings. Steamer CITY uF HELENA, T-"k Mcrwi . maHioTisSiS!Sjl Lewes SATURDAY, Fob. 19th, at i p m. AD. SrORM, Bnp't Mississippi River Hlevator Company. FOR WHITF BiVKK. Hilt Ilarry Jlcmpiiii anu tVIUle -llrei V. tt. Mrt'l Line Mouth White River, Indlin Bay, Bt. Charles, Crocketta Bluff, Mt. Adams, Clarendon, De Valla Bluff, Dea Arc, Augusta, Jacssonport, West Point and Searcy. a ne nno passenger steamer jtSUt-2, E. C. Postal- ..master Leaves Memphis every SATURDAY at 6 p.m. The fine passenger steamer City of Augusta, -sSl M. R. Harry. . -. master Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY at 5 nan. For freight or passago apply on board, or to J. T. WASHINGTON. Ag't. sx) Front eu B. P. GLENN, Agent, on Wharfboat, Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be bandied free of storage, drayago and commis sion, and put through promptly. Shippers will please send IreHiu to Ulonn's wnarr- boat, a nsnal. novv FORLCUImVILLJL t CINCINNATI. OLD UJ0.1ABLE. For Cairo, Evansvllle, Louisville and Cincin nati. Cons. Millar, S& J. H. Pepper.master I J. Wilson... cmrK Leaves TUESDAY, February d, at 5 pan. Yint. ShinWe. Jas. Kennlston.mastr W. F. Mclntyre-clerk Leaves KRIDAY,February2.1th,at5p.m, special attention given io aii oosmesi in trusted to US. It. W. L1GHTBURNK. -npt.29 Front st. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Regular Memphis and Xtw Orleaas Packet for the Season. For Helena, Vlckshnrg, Natchez, New Or leans and all way and Bend Landings Sir. J. F. Hicks. -master n.u. urissom ..cierit Leaves as above, commencing December 1, xoo, ats ioiiows : Thursday. February 10th. Wednesday, February 21d, promptly, so as to arrive in New Orleans with Fxcurslunlsts to attend tbe t nrnlriil irntlvlllea. And every alternate Wednesday during the season. Special attention paid to all business intiusteu to caro oi tne Doai or agent. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, b9 300 Front street. For Ittaw Crleann nnri (tin IlenOK. Regular Hummer Boat for VIcksburg, Natchez anu iLe cenus auncg tne enmmer oieamer J. T. West master I E. W. Outlaw clerk Leaves as above THURSDAY, February 3d, ntopm ; Ihur day, February 17th; Thursday, March "d; Thursday, March lGtu; Thuisday, Jiarcn j)ia, at - p.m., ana continomiy during the summor. tor freight or pasaga apply to j.t. wA'HiKania, gnt,BiM f rooisr. SPECIAL NOTICE. For Tlcbsbarg, Katcliez, New Orleans, Ut.mSiSSsSSSBt w. a. .Miner-master l ueo.Miiienoerger-cier-: Having enterea tne iraao as anove, win leave MemoniB as ioiiows: Thursday. Feb. l7tn. Thursday. March 2d And every alternate xnursday tnerearter during the season, special attention given to an ousmess intrusted io us. K. M. BRADFORD. Agent, 5 Madison st, J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. SUP Front t. CHEEK LINE. For VlehiibnrK nocl all Wiiy I-)Udln-s, xno elegant steamer JIII12102S, 39 Mark R. Cheok-jnaster Joe. Bpeers,. clerk Leaves Momphis every TUESDAY at 5 p.m., connecting with steamers and railroads ior new urieans. Tbe Illinois makes close connections with the Chicot railroad, the Parisott line for points on Yazoo river, and tho R. E. Leo for New Or leans. For Supoleon, Holene, Frlnrg Point and Tne elegant steamer White. George Malonemaster I A.L. Cummins, cler. Lsaves MONDAYS and THULSJAYH.S p.m Belenn and Send Trl-W eelily PiM.tet. ine eiegant and neet siae-wneei steamer Nat. 8. Green master I D. P. Davis clerk Will leave everv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY. atSn.m. Particular attention nald to ireieht and nas- Ksngeraior v ainut anu ixinncii nenas. r or ireignt or passage apply on Doard or to GEO. W. CHEEK, Supt., Memphis and VIcksburg Packet Company, rto.M front street, up-stairs, Or to R. W. LIGHTBURNE, Agent. iwoi irnntstrwii. LEE LINE-FOR CHICOT. Regular Semi-Weekly Napoleon, Chicot and xwiioh uuu u. .-. jiau racKet-ror neiena Fr ars Point, lerrene, Prentiss, Napoleon, 1.UICJ1, anu u:i cena Xianuings. Str. idlewiid. Staok Lee... master Ed It. Thomas.clerk jjeavoB jierapms every tuuiuai anu oax- uuuai oi eacn ween at a o ciock n.m. Through bills for frelzbt and nassenuers tn all nolr.tH on Little Knck. Pino Rlntf nml N. () R. R. over this boat signed by Captain NAT luw, Agent ii.it., i: 11. ana n.u. itaiiroad. r or ireigni or passage apply to J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent, son Front st XS IiINS. Carrying tlie U. 13. Mall. For Helena. Delta, Friars Point and all i-iantaiion l-inaings. The new and elegant passenger steamer Jas. Lee. .-.-master I Jas. ThomiwiiL nnr Leaves Every Monday, Wednesday and Fit day, at S p.m. ror ircigni or passage aniy to J.T w Ac ASH INGTON, FOR A8HPORT. Regular Randolph, Fulton and Osceola fcml- eeKly racket. Osceola ISelle, rdZ O. K. Joplln . .matter Leaves Memphis MONDAYS. WEDNES 11A I O 17111 Fttll'A I r at5P-Il. Por frelelit or nnjKAirft anplv nn hoard. AGENCY Clarkaville Plow. WE are now agents for this celebrated Plow, which wo be love is tho babtin use. and keep a full stock always on hand. Bend or ders. I'OHTrJlt, TAYLOR & CO., fhl2 r.o.to Union street. CHAMCERY SALE ELTRI AT- S3SS!I",S?51. No. 263 Chancery Court of Shelby county jonn u. morgan ai. (2U cii'yj VS. WB. Ul levetal BY virtue or an Interlocutory order for sale entered in the above cause on i hnSth ilav or Jane, lb7.7, 1 will sen. at public auction, to tho hlgliejt bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's ouice, courthouse Rutldlng, Main street, Mempnis, Tennessee, on Saturday, March 11, 1816, within legal hnura. the following described proprty. hltuated In Shelby county, Tenn., to-wlt: Being the undivided one half Interest in and to tne following described oroneity, part of subdivision of tne land of Rnvntxr ana uiHiisiuiu.uu itiauu rxo.ll', in said conu 1 . u.wib. Lot No. 1 Beginning at an ash marked R and B.platletter" A,"tbesouthwestcornerot Rovsteraud Bransronl's Kin n ea 31 chains to a persimmon marked 11 H: thence south 37 chains 0) links to a stake: thence west21 chains 03 links: thenca north and westwardly witn the meanders of chute (!. 5 07. 4-32. 5-S3. 4-53. 4.:9. -lf fi.82 r-hnlnu and links to n stake end willow marked R; mence norm cnaim iu links to a s'ake and hackberry marked U; thence eat 27 chains to the beginning -containing 1SH i0-lC0 nres. Lot No. 4 of same subdivision on islan'd No. 40 Commences at a stake In the NE crrneror the flli-acre entry, plat leiler " K:" thence east 27 chains; thence north 43 chains; thence westfO cnalns; thence touth 31 chains; eM 3 chains: south 11 chains to Ibu beginning oontalnlug 12 71-1(0 acres. Terms oi sale c.n. This February 17.15T8. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master. Ur R. J. Black, D. C. and M. Wine-ester Winchester, Attorneys. Ibis "DIRECT IMPORTATION! EX. NORTH GBSMliK LLOYD STB, "AMERICA," From St. GaU, Srrllz r and, Yla The nest Cholco and Attractlro crar offerwl In Semplits. The atteatlon cf ladles desirous of purchasing III itiil) mmMii MMj bUHAUUD (rail I partlsnlarly requested to these bsaubful fabrics, the prlce of whleh will Le found remarkably low. We h ve a"so opened our SFMIf IMPOBTATION OF WfflfB, COLQRlfl, PUIH, FaNOT AND SPASSLS9 TAaLTANaa Imported specially by us to supply the demand for Fanty Dresa Bill, Party and H-Riuerada Costumes for tho Approaching Casniral OUR STOCK OF Silks, Satins, Plain and Fancy Tel ret-?, Yilretecns, Grenadines aatl Brocades, for Evening Wear, is now complete, and offers nnoqnalo' attractions In theviriety of stylei, boautj- of coloring and exceptionally low prices B, TE1M & 3BOS. 242, 244 mS 246 Vm STESB7. COR, JrTFSaSOS. WILLIAMS WILLIAMS LUMBER MILIA', KALKSlROOvl AS5 YAl4I, NORTH FriOST STREET. C0RIER HA.T0S0 ASD SECONU STREETS. iWiriTyi -- 1 Mrrm Toruxoaseo. HAVING EOMETIMB 81NCE PURCHASED TUB GOOD WILL AND THE EVTIRB (.took of LUMBER, DOORS, BASK, BLINDS and MOL.-INU-J of tne late M&JlPIUS WOODWORKS, which, added to our already large stock of Builaing -Material, we are better prepared than ever to till all orders ptomptly and sMlsfactorlly, and would re-oect fully solicit a cantlnmnce of their customers nith u. tviH.l B8 t Ci. oiTFr.ilt nd Pachlmc HoxfH of nil Ulmli its )5i.l."fta K&POX.EOH HELL. X. FOB 360 AHD 362 FBOS? 8FRBET, W. W. GUT. 1. m FOiTAiis & m, COTTON FACTORS m i'j w' & WHOLESALE Koa. 260 m& 62 Front St., Fempliis, Tenn " COTTON JaGQFOBS 'A.TT-0 ' Wh olesa OTTA . O". ESCi-XX3-3 - OottOa SalosmAZi CASH ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON TO MESSRS. BROWN SHIPLEY i CO.. Liverpool, England. JOIIH T. 8TKATTOH. Street, W. W. SCHOOUIE-TJ. HMTET G. MXLIXB. STBATTOir z Cottoi i- SiBm EH UB H- H. S 3 & B. R W HOLES ALjS GBOCBSt 00TT0S FilOTOEg AND 256 FRONT STREET, We keep constantly ou hand the largest and talion snppllrn in ia city, Maying Flonr, jwn tuEii.Bsrn jii nit- niy. lainir r innr. Tie a specialty. Bole agents for U. C. Cole & Colo's Eztrn, TV, (irniii;, etc, Also, asents xarns, ana virginiacooi. numiuiu Tiniuidcuui. jic.-ctiuiui win consult lueir interests by caning and examine our OiWtt . ...Ui U yuiuuuuU. . U9IU. Onr ment, giving his personal attention torillnstnd weleblng xvcS) y.y-.llm..m.iMj.jimi. M. It, liEACHAM J. 11. PD3TON, mm m iff i tfn&ni?ftHfr vm rm WH0EB8UB eBOCEBS, SAL1 - c - Mr. W. T. BOWDREf has charge of the Cotton IKopnrtraent. !, "0?S Cotton ANli- NISBET'S WEOUeHTIRO C0TT0N-PKB1SS. 370 Front St , LTamtmrs Diroc, a fcMpment of Tin Bmm v fi ain rr A Uili'. PLAIN. 7A IKS. JKKUHE IIILL, B. IC Wholesale roeers. aSfiPBIS TBSBf. 'CLELLAN. X. V. !ABS. -AND- JOHN X WDlXrOBO, Con-ei' of ffiTeJicrflon, IjOUIB HAKAUES. HZNBY THOlfAH. 6ENBBAL OOIMISSION jtEMPfilH, TENN ?SFEE. most complete clock of Groceries ami Plan 1 uaenu. vxrexnin rnimMmM f?nr Ducou, Vir.liila 1'obncf-o. fiaxzlnr sad Co.'s celebrated brands of Flour, viz irru, for the Gallatin Mills S!hopfln-n onH rvninr, if e Grocers, HANAUER & 60. Mr-Louis Hananer nreslfiM ova thftfv.tnn liAnart. r --g--i.il ; jhuii w i w ....,,.,, A.:W. ROBERTS. CJCMEAUHASI. MIX ASBRTS. Memphis. Tenia.