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THE MEMPHIS IDA-XXY" APPEAL- SATUEDAY, MARCH 11, 1876.
RAHHOAS S. ME-IPUIS ASD tll.VULEsToH 1 B. CHANGE Or tCXIEDOLE. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MARCH 12, UTS, Leave. Arrive. KxpreM Ualn, dally, au5:(9p.m. 230 ajm Homervllle train. dally, cx- opl Handays, at5300p ro. 830&jn Oraad Junction Accoinmo- llon (Sunday excpld)5 Mtm. 11 .00 pjn Kpcll Kotleo totoml ravttnceiB. Trains will not t top at Vanco street. hxpren uala leaving Memphis alfi:pm. will Htop only at Telegraph Stations. Grand Junction Accommodation will atop at Sta tion oslv where the company baa agenclf. The Accommodation train leaving at 5:50 am. and arriving at 11 p.m. makes connection to and from point on tbe New Orleans, fct, Loul and Chic-co railroad with Memphis. No change or cara between Memphis and Brl.tol and Mempnla and Montgomery. Tne nw line of Hleenlng-Cara lut estab lished upon lhU"Okl Kel.able Route," will liHe one of tbelr Kr.KiricmT ci-bbpk8 leaving Memphis daily on Express train at t:o irn., for Lynchburg, Wasolngioa and is-liiiuoru without change. Only osz chajsoe :o ow York and Philadelphia. Time 20 minutes faster than city time. Tleiirt t; filet. 27 rtaln irriL W. J. BOSS. Oenl BopT, TOM B. DUNN. Ticket Agent. MLSSlii-IPFI AND TESSESSEEt. B. CTIABGE OF KCHEDULi'. ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JANUARY 31, ia trains will run as folio wb: , . XEAVZ. ABXJVZ. nowunrara iau,aaiiy a sj p.m. aaapjn KrpressTraln,dlly(except Sunday). 12 50 pjn. 8:t5aon f relehtand Acoommodafa. daily (except bucd-y)i5 ."03 bjb. 4 35 pan Clofo connections made at Grenada with trains North and Houtli lor all points. For further Information apply to Ticket oface. No. 287 Main struct, and at depot. M. BURKE, Superintendent. JAME3 SPEED. Ticket Agent. LOUIaTILLE AKD HASHYILLE AND GREAT SOOTHERS BAILBOAD. iscnEDixc Clly Time. -i.iprnKn uud leaves aaiiy (exoepi Sundays) at 3J5ajn Malt train leaves dally at 12:40 pan Accommodation train leaves dally at 4:15 pan Pullman Palace Sleeplng-Car. on all night ran. r or tickets or Information apply at Ticket Offlce, Xo. 287 Main Street, CORSES MADLSOH. JOITN T. FLYNN, Sup't Memphis Div. JUIKH HPKED. Ticket Agent, TJEHPHIB TUEATEH. x. w. DAVElr. raor-Birron Tfie Z.-at liny Saturday, March Ilia AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Farewell Appearance of the Peerless Gem of tne American stage, HISS KATIE PDTKAM, The Sterling Actor, M It. J. J. hCI.I.IV X And the Unrivaled Comedy Company. Afternoon, at 2 o'clock By special request, Charlotte Bronte's Renowned Story, JANE EYRE, The Orphan or LowoeD. Evening, at 8 o'c'ock-Mlfs Putnam's New Hpeolalty, frm Mrs. Bouthworth'S cele brated Ledger Story, LIN A, The Misaiyo Bkidk. GUraill TJIATK. ' ONE WEEK ONLY, AND CATURDAY MATINEE Commencing Konfiny livening, Harch 13, 1876, n. T. PADDOCK Manager ino supreme Favorite and Pearl of the American Stase, MAGHIE KirCUELL, Supported by tho Sterling Actor, 3IB. 1731. HABBI", AND A FIR8T-CLAS3 COMPANY. Monday Evening, March 13th, FANCUON, TUB CK1CKET. Tuesday Evening. March Htb, JANE EYKE. Wedccfldsy Kvemng, March 15lh, .LITTLE B4.HEFOOT. Thursday Evening, March 33th, PEARL OF SAVOY. Friday Evening. March 17th, LOBLE. Saturday Matinee, March ltth, FANCHON. . Saturday Evening, March ISth, LITTLE BAREFOOT. Bale at Seats will commence at Theater boz- omce bTlday, March 10, 1878. Fci'.e of prices as usual. THOa. W. BROWN. Agent, FOE EEHT. TWELLIN G-Large dwelhng with 11 rooms, XJ In goo 1 condition, at 89 Madison St.; pos bosion given March 1st; Inquire on premises. MAIN 8TKEET STORE Tbe large and de ,lvn).K. 1 t,.l .1 I. , TAlIBi 1'AltK Kor nlpnlrs nnrt tlrtlla onrt V all genteel outdoor revels, "James Park." w. a. w oja:iiaIzx, no. aw iitain st. T7LOORS The three upper floors of No. 7 jl Aaams su-eei, containing large rooms. Appiy w mua. rxpnistt, jjanmet Bang. llls-iuivNCE Tho late residence of J. D. II, Williams. No. 637 Shelby street. Apply ' . .iuijaii, m jaain street. EXPOSITION BUILDINO The old Mem- AJ phis .Industrial Exposition Building. Jal . 261 second street. J?1NE OFFICES AND SLEEPING BOOMS a. pieaiyoi waieron every roor. HLEDUE, McKA'i CO,, d"l. m and S7S Main it. FOR SAIiE. "YUNG MARE Four years old, gentle, and 432 MAIN STREET, mhll Marble Yard. LAND Ten acres choice residence landi t well Umbered, near Union avenue, two uum tne ciiy, very cneap. luhlO W. A. COLLIER, 16 Madison St. ROCKAWAY AND HOHSE A stylish and durable roclcaway, and nn excellent hone, ""5biu ior casa. Auurcss . mnlO J.J.E., Apptal offlce. 0?r (tflf FENCE TICKETS, 1x3x1 feet, -ww,. m per uiousana, oy WILLI AMB A CO Lumber Dealers. VNION SETS Choice sllver-skln onion 6ets j cneap, jj. f. SMITH & CO., rr.hs 3r2 Front street. CorrON-9EED-everal thousand bushels of sound selected Boyd ProUflo Cotton Seed al seveuty.five cents per busbeL AIso, several hundred bushels of Orizaba Seed at RALPH WORMELEY t COM mh daw No. 8 Union street. A TTRACTIVK CKET1IT RAf.R np nnm J. NES3 AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY. I Otter for Kale thA nallns-ntr tvn.ctnrv hrllr house. So. 72 tourt street, corner ol Third, S8 L7 tb. '?. a alley. Abo-Lot No. 3, Block 67, Union street, east nnd adjoining V? " s.iivel.y BUW(t 4) by SCO feet to an alley. Also Part lot 811, rattMde, known as alt A Lewis's osl yard. 71f by 11SK feet to an aUey. Also-tour houses and lots on Llndcnstreet, ,"" " ui ieoio, ironung lou teei on ui. den by drsirable depth, being one brick two ttory r&sldence, occupied by lion. John League, and the three two-story frameFJoln Ingjotifast thereof. All and raeh of ihu properties are now offered at private sale uuo uuu nuu, uuu naianc in l, 2, st f and d huui uuiiuKi luBuuiufuui, wiui six per cent. Interest annually. If not sold by the 20th day of April, all the above property will be sold puonciy one-mud cash, balance In I and 2 two yews, with six per cent. Interest. For jmi lui.numuua aua purcnase, apply to my f tnt, W. A. Wbeatley, 160 Main su. Bethel v . juh stun. OTTON -CLEAN ER -An Al Imported cot- ton-cleaner and duster, with leed and de livery motions and other modem Improve ments, guaranteed perlect in Its use and t u- l?iL.,J-.t raacnine mat can be bought In tho United States. Also, an Im ported Atmospheric Gss Engine, or one-horse power; easy to handle, and the mot economi cal in costof working, and offers greater ad- ,V:r',.Vr;r."J 'nermo;or where rmall aiiMJNl comer Union and Front sts Kcotn ll, third floor. mhl CTORD WOOD-SO cordi bfst qnallts stove ; wood 3 toon levee, Jl 60 delivered. Call at levee, foot Union street, or to JOSEPH ROUKRS. No. 3 Howard's Row ROCERY Family grocery. good stand, lbZt io.u juain street. najiiwi-;iuw The property Jolnlne person and Adamj. a good .bargain: must be rT, S -.. r. V'-!'' jween Jer- " u r.n. iijt.1, gai jiain tt. ("UTY RKSIUKNCK-One or more or five of y those nrst-clas cltv rHrt.n. it. ,2 "? BJ.?' oaih tlde of Madison street, ?i-LonrUl stt.weH known as among the most convenient and pleasant In the cltv- ck rdtV,V00mf1 lach' c?ern:pav.ri Tenn. easy, and price to suit the times. Ap I'Tto . A. u. DENNia. 2M Main st. AUCTION. LAB8E SALE BOOTS ASD SHOES. ' 100 CASES BOOTS ASD SHOES AT ATJCTICW, BY A. K. FUA5KLABD.183 Main H' M05HAT 3I0SMSG, Harch 13, 1876 AT TEN O'CLOCK. Situ, Womrn'n nnd Children's "Wear. YWI-KY, CHEESE AD tl H AT AUCTIOX, By A. M. Stoddard, 260 Second street. THIS MORNIKG. ATtTBin OVXOflK. PERSONAL. DIVORCES locally and quietly obtained for Incompatibility, etc; residence unneces sary: ree aiier decree. A. UOUDIUUU, r. o, box ton. Chlcaco, ill. Ibl7 ROOMS ATZV BOARD. 1 OOMS Furnished or nnfnmlthNl. with IV. board; terms moderate, at 110 Mcnroe sU i AY-BOARD AND LODOINO-Front room IJ 168 UHlOii STB.EB.T LOST. IJ1AR-KING In Memphis. Februry 24, 1876 ll a gold ear-ring, coral set. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same at U. t Alili! CU.'8, mh5 No. 12 Union st. TTAIAMOND RINU-tlOOREWAUD-OnMon" JLf day, February 18th, between the blnff ana tne grand stand, at Court Square, a cluster uiamuuu ring io sionosj, wun tne name jjeo nora"on Inside. She above reward win be pain xor its returr is. J. WENDEL, fb29 No. 9 Union street. FOR SALE OR EEKT. D PL EN DID COTTON - BH ED LOT Very d dote -and convenient to the corner of union street and Front row, 263 FT. FRONT BY 1SSK DEEP, Will be sold at a very reduced price for cash, or will bo sold on time to suit, or t?U1 be leased for ten years. UEO. A. BTOVALL. 43K Madison St. STEADED. hM ULES-Oa the night or Febru.ry 21st, Iti. from my place, at Germantown.Tenn., two white horse Mules, medium size; one Diacn horse Mnlo, medium--lze; ono mouse colored horse Mnle, medium size all old, In medium condition, and no special marks. A liberal reward will be paid lor Information leading to their recovery. Address . L. A. RHODES. Qermantown. Tenn. fb20 eod WAFTS. 7MPLOYME.NT In any capacity; am com- kjj pc tent. ui seep dooks; u ave acted as entry clerk. Address G., Appeal office. COOK -A competent white woman to cook for three or fonr ladles. In a pleasant little city. Address, for two days, mhll M . Y., Appeal office. WHITE WOMAN-Toconk,at 631 SHELBY ST. SITUATION By a' reliable servant, to wait on an Invalid gentleman, to travel, or In a private family; good reference given. Apply to Mr. Canagln, opposite Bailey caurch. TO BUY A nice home, that will not cost overJIOOO. Addre&s mh9 L. 8., Appeal Office. RELIABLE BALES JI AN Salary 110) per month and expenses. mh BICKNELL 4 CO.. Cincinnati. SITUATION As gardener or carriage-driver, by a man who can elvo eoo'i references. Aaaiess A , Appeal office. OITUATION In some nice family to do KJ general nouseworn. Address mm D. J. a. 27 Front sr. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. The sale of reserved seats fortheMae gie Mitchell engagement is progressing at me xneaier nox-oince. The Theater will be crowded this afternoon on the occasion of Miss Put nam's appearance as "Jane Eyre." Cotton-thieves got away with a bale oi cotton irom colonel JSnt ley's plants tion Deiow tne city xnursaay nigtot. Jane Eyre at the matinee this after noon, and Jjina at the evening perform' ance, with Katie Putnam in the leading rotes. Rev. Mr. Eastin has resinned the rec torship of St. Dazaiua church, and it is rumored that Eev. Dr. Wheat will be recalled. Charles Faine, colored, was awarded a seven montns contract on President's Island by the criminal court, yesterday, uu uunviuuou ui Hieuuug wearing ap jiarei. The attention of tho traveline nub lie and shippers is called to the change in me szneuuie-ume oi arrival ana de parture of trains on the Memphis and jnariestonrauroaa. A reunion of the different lodges of uaa-ireiiows in tne city took place at me meeting oi -Banner lodge last night, it being the twenty-fifth anniversary of me occupation oi uaa-u tiiows' hail by tne oruer. Miss Putnam has kindlv consented. and the bill for tbe matinee at the Thea ter tbta afternoon has been chanced ta Jane Byre, the leading role of which Miss Putnam gave such a clever inter pretation wed.nedsy evening. Dr. D. 8. Johnson.who was indicted some weeks since by the grand jury on tne cnarge oi procuring ueatn by abor tion, gave bond in the criminal court Thursday in the sum of three thousand dollars for his appearance to answer the indictment. The policemen sounded an alarm of lire about naif-past one o'clock this morning, but the fire brieade did not respond. The light was in the northern part oi me city, and proceeded from the burning ot a nouse in the extreme northern suburbs of tbe city. A bloody cutting scrape occurred on JJeaoto street, near Beale, last night, me participants being two negreesea named Charity Cooper and Mollia Smith, both very bad charae'era. The row grow out of a difference of onlnlon as to the right of the solo possession of tne aaections or a colored man, and the result was that Charily came near cut ting Mollie to pieces. She will, it is tnougnr, nowever, recover. -Two nezroes were arrested veatpr. day morning, having teen detested in brinsiDK a fctolen bale of cotton arrosa the river from Arkansas in a skiff Levee Watchman Dillon pulled one of the negroes, Daniel Harris, and a few hours afterward Detective Piyde arrested the other, Andy Swader. and both were locEea upm tnostationnouse. The bale bad all the marks cut off, but one of tbe thieves admitted that it belonged . . . T T ... ..." to air. jr. j. uoiion, a resident or Arkan- sss, bicE or nopeflelu. The cotton is at tne stationncu3e awaiting Identiflca tion by its owner. PEBS0NAI. Among tbe lady visitors to the'Leath orphan asylum ye3terday wero Mn. Joe unice, airs, xwyie and ilra. Flaherty. Dr. J. R Graves, of Memphis, will preacj at niuge xiign .Baptist cnurcn, nearBuntyn station, Saturday nieht. the Utb icBtant, and Sunday and Sun day night. All are invited. Eight Rev. Bishop Pierce, of Ar- Kansas, is in tne cuy, ana tne guest of Rev. George Harris, dean of St Marv'a l-ropiar street;, ne win omciate and preach at St, Mary's on Sunday (to- tT , . X . T" T II. m The following names of visitors were registered at tbe cotton excharg9 yes terday: G. W. Smith, Lynchburg, Vir ginia; T. W. Scudder. Pine Bluff: C. D. Priddy, Clarksville, Tennossee: J. F. Christian, Atlanta; T. F. Grogard, rouglassville, Louisiana. Mr. C. F. Chickering. of the known Boston firm of plana manufac turers of that name, Is in the city on business. We need hardlv reauers mat tne nouse or Chickering & Sons is one of the most honored in the country for commercial Integrity and probity,and that their pianos are known and highly valued In every part of the world that they are regarded as among the best. Mr. Alex. Calhoun, the present bueiriKS manager of the Katie Putnam combination, is proprietor of the Cal houn printing works at Hartford, Con necticut; also traveling correspondent of tho Hartford Oottranf. He is a veteran Journalist, besides having been s mmt encceseful bnelneas manager for nearly all the brightest lnmioariea in the dra matic galaxy. Mr. Cilhoun, with all his hurels, la a motieat, unassuming gentleman, but thoroughly business In all that pertains to the management of dramatic touts. AHUSEHEKTS. liatie I'utnntnns "IJttlc nnrelooC Miss Katie Putnam won new laurels last night by her very fine interpreta tion of "Amy, the Little Barefoot," in the drama entitled The Little Barefoot ThiiafternooD, by request of many la dies, made through tne columrs of the Appeal yesterday morning, Mies Put nam will appear as ''Jano Eyre." . To night, the people's bill will be Mies Put nam's new specialty, the beautiful play in five actf, entitled, Lina; or, the Mitsing bride, in which Miss Putnam appears as "Lina," with Eongs ami dances. During the evening per formance Mr. J. J. Sullivan will recite the thrilling poem touching upon inci dents which took plac9 during the great battle of Fredericksburg, Virginia, enti tled, UYie SpTtg oj Gteeii. Slngslc Mitchell. No artiste on the stage holds socially or morally a higher position in the hearts of all true exponents ot the art than Maagia Mitchell. Standlpg tttshe does without an e"4ual, much hsi & su perior, she Justly retains the title of the "Supreme favorite and peail of the American stage." Maggie Mitchell created lunchon, which, like a work of tne oiu masters, can re copied, nut mat Is all. This talented lady comes once more to greet us With her fiivoflto roles jmncnon, Jane Juyre, jsarejoot, Juorie, and Jrearl of Savoy, commencing at the Theater on Monday, March 13th, with Saturday (Fan'chon) matinee. The pro grammes and our exchanges speak of a most excellent company, among which is named Mr. Wm. Hani?, who sup ported the late Edwin Forrest during his. farewell tour south. There Is only one Maggie Mitchell, and eo long as she giaces the stage with bet presence, eo long will tho public Hock to see and hear her Inimitable personations, A Rare Fete. Prnf H fTuie s.er will give a farewell (sacred) concert at Turner hall on to' morrow night. He is assisted by the best talent in Memphis. No doubt this musical entertainment will surpass any ever given m tne cuy. LAW REPOBTS, ClrcHlt Coart Uclsbell. Jndee. Tflis is motion day. The following: cases constitute tne calendar lor JUnn day: 2797, Steffey, use, etc., vs AVil- Hams; 3121, Williams vs Boone; 3122, same vs same: 3724, Henry vs Ozanne; rouDe cc jsto. vs wasnington in surance company; 2284. City of Mem puis vs Jiiaiuns: 3iui, Maik?, trustee, vs itauigan; swz, Jiuckvs uuy of Mem phis; 3228, Dickinson, Williams & Co. vs uronan; dda, cicaiia vs (jicalla: 3244, Flynnvs Smalzried; 3260, Oliver & vvooldndgo, assignees, vs Arbuckle: ojxo, joiugiiBu vs aieimsa; a-ao, An ams, Dixon & Pike vs Brinklev: 3279. Oft0 TTT 1 r ' a 1 nnriF a Edmonds vs Kelly: 3291. Maishall vs uooney; aavo, n.ecst & mo. va crews; 3sl9, Mayer va Junkerman; 3323, Means vs rowers; d&, Oliver, Jblnnie & Co. vs Solari; 3329, Pollard et al V3 Hoegel; 3341, State of Tennessee vs Tiguer; 3349, Watkins vs Memphis and Charleston railroad company; S178, Bennett vs Barnes. Chancery Court-Morgan, Jndgc. Motions called to-day. Orders made yesterday. Sales in the cases of Ander son vs. Grehan. Coney, Petsrp, Ferrlll and Dunlap. Eeferences in Anderson vs. Cunningham, Magee, Miller, Ssig lerand Rajesky; West vs. Richmond, final; Harris vs. Harris, distribution; Adams vs. Memphis and Little Rock railroad company, sale confirmed. Burnett's Cocoaine is the best and cheapest hair-dre3sing in the world. H. G. Hollenbbbg has iust received three lovely upright pianos, made by the world-renowned Chickerine &Sons. Boston. These pianos are tbe wonder and admiration of musical critics and connoisseurs, and he cordially invites all lovers of music to visit his ware rooms and examine these wonderful in struments. Frcsli Oysters Received daily at J. A. Signaigo'a, No. 278 Second street. A univeral remedy. Brown's bron chial troches, for couchf. colds and bron chial affections, stand first in public fa vor and confidence. This result has been ; acquired by a test or many y62is. Wall Paper. Beautiful spring patterns at Ouacken busn's paint store, 390 Main. Don't forget to hand in your favors eany to appear in our mammoth Hun day issue. Go TO Leddln'H Business College. Spring Style HuLs. Just received a nice assortment of gents' silk dress bats. Gents' soft and stiff felt dress and business bats. Youths' hata, nobby styles, new colors and styles, lioys' ana children's hate. a large variety to suit all, at prices to suit the times. Call and see, and price tne goods ana oe convinced. cuutcw, tne Hatter, 219 Main street, under Worsham House, Attend Robertson's Business College, The cheapest and best Steam Dyeing and CUA.KISO Hover, in the elty Is at 243 oecona Bxreeu r.j. w a Liaj&iia uu. Opinion of Dr. William H. Stokes. pnysician, smu nopeiietreat, .Baltimore, w " "L nave creat pleasure in add ing my testimonv to the virtues of Lieblg's Liquid Extract of Beef and Tonic Invigorator as tho very be3t prep aration used, and therefore confidently recommend it to too medical profes sion." a. w. jones & co., Agents. Memphis. Those who desire a cood srticle to re store gray hair to its youthful color, we would recommend to purchase Hali'a Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, a most excellent and valuable prepara tion. Hold by ail druggists. Asthma. It is useless to describe the tortures of spasmodic asthma. hose who have' sutlered from its distressing paroxysms know what it is. Jonas Wbitcomb'a remedy has never failed to anord immediate relief. Neuhalgia. "Neuril" cures it. Sold by G. W. Jones & Co., Memphis. Experience warrants us in recom mending Hall's vegetable Sicilian hair renewer as a sure remedy for gray bair. The tonic qualitiea of Lelbig's liquid extractof beef aie much grenler than those found In ariy other specific or ap petizer, and is now recommended by the bes: physicians inEngland and America ior consumption, oeniiuy, i-ver, ague, loes of appetite, etc. Geo. W. Jones & Co., agents, Memphis. Our Specialties. The latest novelties in plain and fancy stationery, juvenile books, teachers' bibles, reward cards ana Sunday acnooi Supplies. A. F. D0D & CO., oil iuaiaeuecu Garden seeds, urass seeds, fruit trees, everereena and flowering plants, at Otto Schwill's seed store, 346 Main et Strawberry Boxes for sale by Williams & Co.. lumbsr deal er, comer uayoso anu oecond streets. Flowers for Sale Mrs. Sledge has opened a salesroom at 357 Main street, in connection with her greenhouses on Rayburn avenue. Bou queatf, cut flowers and floral designs, bedding plants, etc. Freak FMl. Red snapper and Mackinaw trout re ceived daily at Victor D. Fuch'a, No. 41 Jefferson street. THE ODD-FELLOWS. Dedication Yesterday or their Hand some Addition to the Lc-ath Or phan Asylum. Interesting Ceremonies Attendant upon Driving Home the Last NaU-Tlic Speeches Made. Commemoration of the Silver Wedding of the Order and tho Foundation of Odd-Fellows Hall. Tho very interesting ceremony of driving ,lThe Last Nail" in the Odd Fellows addition to the Leath orphan asylum, was performed at halfpast two o'clock yesterday afternoon, tne day bel"K if" twentv-nim anniversary oi the "occu'pationof'Odd.rJIPwa hall by the order in this city. It was the "sil ver wedding'' of the order in Memphis. The ceremonlea were opened wiuT JnraZ" er; after which Past Grand Master J. L. Dmbury, eitpsrlntndent ,bl the, con struction of tho building, who presented Brother E. C. Jones, the archi'ect, with a silver hammer and silver nail, saying: "In I he name of the building commit tee I take pleasure in announcing to you, sir, that the building is computed to our ten tire natisfnetiohj all that is necessary to make a final flniah Ik the driving of this, the last nail. With a full confidence in your sound judgment as an architect, I desire yoti to place it in Its proper place, and allow the officers present to drive it home." Whereupon Mr Jones took the ham mer and nail, saying: "Air. Banbury, Members of the Building Committee and Rrothets of the Order: "It is with great pleasure that I receive tho announcement of your ttpprovsl of the completion of this building, and will now place this noil in this front door, so that all who enter may see that our work la done." Placing the nail in position, he gave It one blow with the fell ver hammer, and then psaied it Thoma? S. Bingham; grand patriarch of the Grand Encamp ment' of Tennessee, who said: "Brother?, it ia with great pleasure, I assure you, that I now witness the com pletion of this noble structure, which will soon be dedicated to one of the. grandest principles of our order, name ly, the protection ot the orphan. Therefore, in the name of the Independ ent Order of Odd Fellows of Tennessee, I strike this naih" Giving one lick, he passed the hammer to Mr. A. F. Davis, who made the fol lowing remarks: "Brothers, it affords me much pleasure, indeed, in being al lowed the privilege of assisting in these beautiful ceremonie". If there is one principle that I admire more than another in tbe order, it is tbe protection or ina orpnans. X am proud to see such a grand preparation for the protection of the little ones. None of us know how soon our cwn children may become as are these who are around us; and is it not a blessed thought to know that we can leave them eo well provided for and in tho hands of euch good people, who will ever look after and care for them? Now, In the name of the Grand lodge of Tennessee, I strike this nail." Mr. Charles H. Plischke, noble grand of Memphis lodg, No. 6, took the hammer, and said: "Brothers, it is with great pride that I. find myself in a pod- tton to represent me Oldest toago in tne cuy in tuis nooie worK oi constructing an asyium ior tne protection or tbe or phan, and now, in the name of Memphis Lodge, No. 6, I strike this nail." He gave the hammer to Mr. R. J. Black, noble grand i f Chickasaw lodge, No. 8, who said: "Brothers, in compliance with mydutv on this occasion, it affjrds me great pleasure to give my assistance in re lieving tho distressed, burying the dead and educating the orphan. In considera tion of this duty, in the name of Chicka saw lodge, JNo 8, 1 strike this nail." He gave the hammer to Mr. J. Spang, noble grand of lodge No. 140, who said: "Brothers and Friends, it becomes my duty as well as my pleasure t) assist . in this great and glorious work of driV' ing tbe last nail, or, in other words, the completion of the a3ylum wnicn is intended to be used to protect the orphan, thin carrying cut the great principles of cur order. Therefore, in the nf.uie cf lodge, No. 110, I strikethis nail." Striking one b!ow, he presentsd tne Hammer to Mr. Caarle3 Niedieck, noble grand of B inner lodge, No. 147, who said: "Brother Danbury, and broth ers oi tno order and mend, it is with feeling3 of great pleasure that I find myself m tuch a position. I may be lncumpetent to perform all mat i wouM dtsire in the fathering of tbe great principles orrlendihip, Love and 'Truth, yet aliow me to say that when it cornea to the protection of tt e orphan i leel myself equal to the talk, knowing that I have the hearty co- opt ra ion oi tne wnoie order, flow, m the name of Bincer lodge, No. 147, I strike this nail." Mr. D. T. Porter then took the ham, mer and said: "Brothers, it is with fee! ing of delicacy that I enter into tbesa ceremonies, from the fact that I am comparatively a young Odd-Fellow, and at the same time representing tbe youngest lodge in the city. Also it mav be unbecoming in me to assume the pre rogative or assisting in mis very inter eating performance, from the fact that I am one or me ounuing committee; also one of. the trustees of Leath orphan asy ium, representing tne Udd-ueiiowa, but, in consideration of my appreciation of the groat principles taught by our be- tovea oioer, j. would oe dome mvselt an injustice if I failed to lend my might to anything that had for its object the pro tection oi tne orpnan. Tberefoie, it ia with pleasure I atrike this nail in the came of Bluff City lodge, No. 187." Next to take the hammer was Chief falrlarch John Hall, of Gayoso en campment, No. 3, who said: "Brotheia and mends, this ia one of the happiest Gccasions that I have experienced since my connection with our beloved order, to us auowea me privueze or represent Ing old Gayoso encampment, No. 3, in inisgieat anu sionous worK of com pleting the beautiful structure which is Intended to protect and educato the or phans. This principle, in my opinion, is one oi tne Dngntest train or tne Human character, and now, in the name of Gayoso encampment,No.3, 1 atrike this nan." Brother Joe Locke, C. P. of Memph'a encampment, No. 39, next took the hammer. He said: "Brothera, perhaps it would be mora becomincr in mn if I would call on some older patriarch to represent my encampment on this verv inteiesting occasion, but this would not be doing my duty, from which l never shrink, be it ever to arduous. This oc casion affords me infinite pleasure, to aBiist in cirrvlng out one or tne bright est principles of our beloved order that ot protecting the orphan. Perhaps in my case some one migiit tninK it is Jove's labor lost ' iseing a single man acd the prospects juat now are not at all rutteriug perhaps l may not leave an orphan to be cared for: nevertheles?. my duty must be performed, in con sideration of this, and in the name of Memphis encampment, iNo. 6), i strike this nan." ivny, joe: &in't you ashamed VI Mr. C. VV. Goyer then took the ham mer, and said: "uromera ana inenuj, it is with great pleasure I this day witness tbe completion of this beautiful build, inc. The consummation of this work baa teen one of great solicitude with me. We needed more room, tho orph&rs were accumulating on our nands, and so we would have soon been compelled to refuse to receive any more : but thank to the noble order that is so ably repre sented here to-day, we are now prepared to give shelter to all. Therefore, in the name of the 'building committee, it is with pleasure I strike this nail." Mr. J. u. XJAnoury iook tnenammer and made the closing remark?, as fol lows: "Gentlemen of tbe Building Committee and Brothers of the Order: " For seven months I have come hero through rain and shine, faith fully attending to tho buelnesa.you intrusted to my care, virtual ly neeing every brick laid and every nail driver. Now it is for you to eay whether I have done well or HI. For our worthy architect and all the me chanical employed on thia beautiful edifice, I have the kindest regards. All of them have done their duty in a faith ful manner. Then f ne, in the name of the contractors who constructed thia building, I strike thia nail, and pronounce this buildine fin ished and readv for occupation. Tn you, Brother W. 8. Bruce, you who represent tbeOdd Fellows in the board of trustees, allow mo to aay, it is with more than ordinary pleasure that I announce to you the completion of your great enter prise. It was ycu, sir, who first con ceived tho building of this asylum; therefore, I pronounce this yonr monu ment." During the evening Mayor Flippin made an impromptu speech, which was very buitable to the cc.caa.ion. On the head of the silver nail, which ia alout three-fourths of an inch in diameter, la inscribed "The Last Nail." It ia about four inches in length, and, being driven through the door, was clinched on tho inside. After the ceremoniea were over we were shown through the building, which ia three stories' high, and contains in all twenty-one rooms. On each floor there la a wash-room, containing a large bath t. nd a row of basins, each supplied '-nts. On. the tower is the a 0-" n emblem nnder "BoTr and Arrov. -W8, and no place atood by all Odd Feu ' ,a uy of presents a fine view of thfa Memphis than can ba had fro-. 0. tower, which haa a window Iook ing out to all points or the com pass. Descending, we took a look at the surroundings, and regret that a lack of space prevents it full description; suf fice it to say that the children never want for vegetables or fruit, as we are informed tho gfeatest abundance of each was raised last year. A fow paces in the rear of the house is a grove of fofest treea containing about thirteen acres in the inclosure. There is an excellent well, which la forty-five feet deep; it is walled in, and the water is unsurpassed rind of fin inexhau3tib'e eupply. In Ihe corne? 6 tlie grove la a frame building of forty by thirty eet, naed as a echoolhouae. After walking over the grounda, which are beautiful, wo re paired to the parlor, and, whil3 resting, took a look at the many handsome pic turea that adorn the foorn. Over the mfntc! there IS a large portrait of Mk. Sarah H. Leath.who donated tho groiml on which the asylum ia tuiit. Portraits of Miss Jane Ward, former matron of the asylum, who served faithfully for seventeen years, are placed In sov?ral of tho rooms. The portrait of Mr. Q G Ack insoD) who used to make arnoathly do nation of fifty dollara to tho orphans, is there too. The Appeal's reporter thanks Mr. J. M. Peabody, the courteous and gentlemanly manager of the asy lum, for his services; aleo, to his wife, who was raised there by Miss Jaue Ward. Hisa Peab ,dp has been at this asylum about tironty yeaiv. She is matron of tho inetituliou. Whon about to start, wa wero presented with a beau tiful and ta3tefully arranged bouquet, by Mis3 Flint, for which she will accept our sincere thanks. Mr, ad Mrs. Pea body speak in the highest tera of Miss Flint, and as being very iudU3uOU3- May me Xiord tsEe care of the orphans, THE BltVER ANNIVERSARY OF THS OR DER. Twenty-five yeara ao, last night, on tne tenm or March, 1851, t-io Odd Fal lows' loage-roeni, la tbe Odd-Fellows' building, on the northeast corner of Main and North Court street?, was first occupied and used aa a lodge-room by Chickasaw lodge, No. 8. Lsat evening waa me regular meeting-nignt or .Ban ner lodge, No. 147, and the other lodges in me city mempnia lodge, iNo. b, unicKasaw looge, jo. a, ecnuier lodge, xso. i-iu, ana isiuu cuy lodge, sso. 167- visited Banner lodge, No. 147, as lodges, for the double purpose of paying a fra ternal visit to their young and flourish ing sis-ter lodge, but also, by a reunion of the lodges, to commemorato the sil ver anniversary of one of the most im portant event3 of the histoiy uf the or der in Memphis. A very largo uumber o; me mem cera were present on thia important occsaion. The present officera oi tne lodges are: Memphis Lodge, iVb 6 C. H. Plischke, n.i.: a. a. uarretr. v. u. : n. a. surr. CI L T Tl -r-fc. . rr ' oeuieieri , x jc. .tsisd, xreasurer. Chickasaw Loctfie. Sso. 8 K.J. Black. N. G.; E. M. Hearn. V. G.: Secretary xnomaa .Bacon, r. occretary; Jonn A. Holt, Treasurer. N. G.; , V. G: Chaa. Borner. (secretary; . Treesurer. jsanner Jjoaae. sso. 147 c. H. Nie- dfeek, JN. G.; Jaa. W. Anderson, V. G, Wm. Henry, Secretary: J. S. Wilkina. m ' .treasurer. Bluff Oily Lodge, ATo. 1S7 D. T. Por ter, N. G.: . V. G.: W. S. Moyston, Secretary: . Treasurer. jjacu lodge waa introduced to Banner lodge, No. 14, by its principal oliiceis. and were received bv the N. G. of Ban ner Jcclce. After all the lnds-pi worf admitted, Mr. F. W. Smith, P. G. of Chickasaw lodge, No. 8, waa courteous ly invited to, and accepted, the chair. Mr. Smith ia tho only member of No. S wuowaaone or ine number tnat occu pied the lodge-room on the first lodge meeting in it twenty-five yeara ago. Tne selection of him as the presiding offi cer on tuis pleasant ana memorable an niversary haa an appropriate signifi cance. On assuming the chair P. G. Smith made a few suitable remarks appropriate to me occasion, recalling a lew interest ing events of the past in coBnection with the hall and the order. Vice Grand James W. Anderson, of .banneriod.ee. No. 187, rose and 'rater nally welcomed the visiting iodeea in a nappy anu iencnoua manner, ma re- marka wero eloquent and feeling in their character. Paat Grand J. W. Wavnosbure. on oenair or Mempnia lodse, No. 6, then made an excellent reply to tho worda of welcome, in a pleasant and aereeable stylo. Vice Grand lu M. Hearn, of Chicka saw lodge, sso. 8, next addressed the SnuonuandenchaiD Past Grand John Linkbauer. of Schil ler lodce, No. 140 (German), then made a few remarfis suitable to the occasion. Past Graud G. W. L. Crook, on be- nau or jiuu uiiy lodge, jso. 187, fo lowed in an excellent address, which enlisted the interest of the members present Fa3t lirand Hen HLoebam made a few remarks, and P.st Grand W. 8. Bruce, who exhibited tbo silver hammer with which, on to-day, will drive the last ntdl in tho Orphan asylum, and presentsd it to Grand Patriarch Thomas S. Bingham as the representative of the order. Grand Patriarch Thomas S. BiDEham then received the silver banner on behalf of the order in Memphis and the State. Iae cnair called upon any formei upon anv former member of TannehilllotJ ire. No. 9 ( which lodge united with Memphis lodge, No. 6, in January, 1S5I, and aided with its means and resources in the building of tne naui, to represent it on this occa sion. -ast uranu Blaster j. r. rrescott rcse and responded briefly to the invitation. and presented a few statistics of the lodges In thB city. rat i uranti it u. l-rayser wag called upon ana made a few excellent remarks. Vice Grand B. f. Garrett, of Memphis lodge, No. 6, expressed himself briefly to the brethren. Past Grand L S. Burr, of iuemptiis louge, wo. o, also made a few remarks, referrimr to an interesting in cident in connection with the purchase oi tne lot on wnicn to buna tne hall. The Sunday Appeal is the best ad vertising medium in the State. ADDITIONAL EIYSB KEFOBTS St.JjOOIS, March 10. Departed: Bella Memphis, Memphis. Tne river has risen 1 inch. Weather cloudy and very warm, usiuKemng & nea.vy rain-storm to-night. Lodisvillf, March 10. Weather clear 8nd warm. The river hts fa) I an 3.incbe3, with 8 feet 2 inches in the ca nal, and 6 feet 2 inches in the chute the falls. on Sir. A. JL., o. T0WIX6, JOBBING an3 PCMPiXG . DONE WITH DI3PATCH. Orders left on board, or vrlth J. M. Williams & uo I sa nont si., promptly attended to. fb3 J. u uates. Matter. FOP. CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS. V, 8. Unit For O'CfOla, Mew Mini rill, tIckmnn, Cairo aad M. jl,ou!b. UlKUi; XUVTD m r . Lennox . ,nrtTj52S2SS .Leaves THIS DAY, March lllh, at 6 pjn. AD. HTORM, Snn't MlssHwlnnl Ttlvor Klevatnr Comnsnv FOR LOUISVILLE & CINCINNATI For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. Tho splendid passenger steamer Thos. fciieriock, jssJSx! Low Kates master Leaves SUNDAY. Slarch 12th, at 4 pjn. Forfrtlehtor passage apply 10 .T. T. WASHINGTON. A el. SCO Front st. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Cincinnati RndXcwOrlenns Packet. For Vlcksburg. Natchez and New Orleans. Tho elecant Dasseneer steamer JHary Houston, unas..MIIlerjnaster K. Miller .clerk LeavrsTKIS DAY. March Ilth.at5p.m. It. W. LlOliTBURNK. Ag't. 298 Front st. FOR CINCINNATI. Memphis and Ohio River Packet Company, 1,U KKJ.lA)SS.it. For Cairo, EvansvUle, LontavIDe and Cincin nati. The elegant passenger steamer Asaaly JBauni, .,ffa5 H. J. Vlnton..ni aster M. M. Deem. cierK Loaves TUESDAY, March Uth, at 5 p.m. Tho fine steamer .. .-.master C. ILRnssell clers: R. V. Wlse. March 17th. at 5 p.m Leaves FRIDA ston, 931; New York. Throngh tickets to - "more. 825. Apply ISO: Philadelphia S; Baiw. rjRNE on board or to R. W. LIUIlx. w.nt st -4npt,2S6r. FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. For Fine Bluff, Little Rock acd all way land less on Arkansas river. Ed. No wland -.maatery&aSSS Leaves Glenn's Wharf boat 8ATUKDAY, March 11th, at 5 p.m., for all polnta on Ar kansas river thrffnah to FortSmlth. JNO. N. HAKBIN,Sunt.,a96 Front St. R. P. GLKNN. Agent, oa Whnrfboat. CHESK LINE. For VfcIiabUi'S Qfi'l al? Way JU&odlnsrs. Tho elegant stoamsr Mart H. Oheelr.master Jos. SrjeerS..oler Loaves Memphis every TUESDAY at $ p.ilU connecting with steamsis and rallroaaa I'dr New Or! nana. Tho Illinois makes close connections with the Chicot railroad, the ParisottUno forpolnts on Yazoo river, and the R. E. Lee for New Or leans. For napoleon, Helena, Tziam Point as4 all Way Lntirtlngs. The elegant steamer A. r33 WMf5 aoorEoMalonemaster I A.L. Cummins, clerk Liavea MONDAYS and THUi;aOAYP,5 pjn Selrnn and -lends Trl-'KeekJy PacSst. The elegant and fleet side-wheel steamer Nat. 8. Green mastor I D. P. Davis clerl. Via leave everv MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY, at 5 p.m. Particular attention paid to-Irelght and pas scngors for Walnut and Council Bends. For freight or passage ' apply on ooard or to GEO. WTCilEER, aupt., Memphis and Vieksburg Packet Company, No. iSS Front street, np-stairs, Or to li. W. LIGHTBDRNE, Aeent. nBr.t SS Front Rtrpt- FOR WHITE RIVER. Kilt H.rry f Month White Elverrindlai: BarSendonari)eS: Orocketts BlnlT, Mt. Adams, o.,ren.iiIr Vails Bluff, Des Arc, Angnsta, Ja JonPorl West Point and Searcy. he nuo passenger sieame Moths E. C. Postal , , , .master Lea, es Memphis every SATURDAY at 5 pjn. The fine passenger steamer City of Augusts, jsdES& M. R. Harry............- ...... master Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board, or to J. T. WASHINGTON; Ag't. 380 Front St. E. I. GLENN, Asent, on Wharfboat. Freight consigned to Milt Harry will be handled free of. storage, dray age and commis sion, and pnt through promptly. Shippers will please send rreliht to Glenn's Wharf boat. aq nsnal. nov7 FOR ITEW ORLEANS. SPECIAL IfOTICE. fox Tlchsonig, TTatcbes, New Orleans, autl vynar Lsudlnim. Tho Great tr. Thompson Dean W. B. Millerjnaster Geo. Mlltenberger.clerk Having entered tho trade as above, will leave MemDtals as follows: Thursday, Feb. 17tu. Thursdav, March 2d And every alternate Thursday thereafter durlnrr the season. Special attention civen to all business lntrutted to ns. R. M. BRADFORD, Agont, 5 Madison St. J. T. WASHINGTON. Agent. 300 Front st, LEE LINE FOR CHICOT. Regular Serai-Weekly Napoleon, Chicot and jooijus anu u. n. .iiau racKei uor ueiena Fr are Point, Terrene, Prentiss, Napoleon, iuicoi, anu au xsonu xanuings. Sir. idlewiM, StacX Lee....jnaster I Ed R. Thomas.cierlr Leaves Memphis every TUESDAY and SAT- uhuai oi eacn weeicat&o'ciocKp.m. Throuzh bills for freight and nasseneers to all points on Little Rock. Fine Bluff andN. O. R. R. over this boat signed by Captain NAT iai , Agent u. ttr.cnsa m . u. xtaiiroaa. t or ireteni or nassnce bddiv io J. T. WASHINGTON. Aeent. SOO Front st FOR ASHFORT. Regular Randolph, Fulton and Osceola Bern! weexiy -acKei. seeola ..Seile, u. ji.. Jopun. ..master Loaves Momphla MONDAYS. WED NEB' iia io and FlslDAyH at 5pjn. For freight or drskhcta annlv nn boanl. IiS3IX?B, Carrjlu tlie V. 15. Mall. For Helena. Delta, Friars Point and all nantauon Landings. The new and elegant passenger steamer Jas. Tee, master Jas. Thompson, ciera: vBry jnunuay, veonssaay ana rn uny, ai. a p.m. rorzroiim or passage apjwyto J. T W-HlllHUlUH, ST.SHOGEAPHER. VmU, STBNOGEPHSB, 33 North Court Sfrc8t. 17VIDENCE reported In Conrta. beforer ef. El crees. etc.. verbatim. Shorthand taneht DISSOLTTTZONi?. DISSOIUriON. rpHE partnet$hlp heretofore existing under i iuo hi vie ituui a. cevwei eon. is ini8 day dissolved by mutual consent. yv.Beessel will assume all liabilities of tbe lato firm and collect all outstanding A. HKESSEL. f Memphis, March 4. 1S76. 11. SEEd-JElj, JR. DISSOLUTION. Memphis, March 1, 1S76. THE partnership heretofore existing in the city of Memphis. State of Tcnnespfl. nn. der the firm name and stvle of Thomas. H. Allen &. Co. Is this day dissolved. Each partner una mt) "Kut. iu siu Lue name ox inenrmm liquidation. The business will be continued by.Thoma3 H.Allen, under the same name, 1U1 uisutviiuuujuui. 1UUS. XI. . JAS. M.ALLEN, 1'EtiRY NUGENT. New Orleans, La., March 1,1876. The partnership heretofore existing In this cltv under the firm name nnd ntvl nfT.H .fc J. M. Allen & Co. is this day dissolved. Each partner has the right to sign the name of the llrm in liquidation. THOMAM H. ALLEN, JAMES M. ALLEN, pernor NUGENT. JOHN B. LALLANDE. New Orleans, La., March 1, 1S76. The Cotton Factoras and Commission busi ness heretofore carried on in this city by the lata firm of T. II. & J. M. Allen & Co. will be continued bv US unrinr thn firm nomn nnrl htyle of Allen, Nugent Co. THOMAS 11. ALLEN, PERRY NUGKNT, JOHN B. LALLANDE. New Orleans, La., March 1, 1676. In retlrlnz from business. I resnectfullv recommend to the continued confidence and catronace of my friends and the nubile. T. H. fc J. M. Allen & Co., now associated together as the firm of Allen, Nugent & Co. mm jajiph m. ALLErf. ADJUSISTEATOBM S0TICE. HAVING qualified as Administrator of the estate ot Hiram lllman. decenvnl. all persons Indebted to said estate will uli ise call and fcetllo the same; and all those h vlng claims against said estate will present them to me, for payment, or they will be barred. xs. v. hiiajisUi, JEn Adm'r, fbl7.tha No. 13 Union tret. IiUMBEE. MOOSE, BSSSEfT & CO., LUMBER DBALBBS, Kcs. 351 and 353 Second Street. tf) YMABLE & BAWB?mS, MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, LATHS MD SHH8 LBS RAVE ON HAND A FULL STOCB OF While Pine Doors, Sasb, RllndM hlto Pine MolJlEgv, etc all of flrtt qnallty. SAIESnODIT, TXo. 14 UXIOX ET. -Sawmill, north of Havon (JaroMii it 19 ETC. EXCELSIOH isiraii ea, 612, 614, 61S&618N.MAIH8T. ST. Xixyx3 MO. T7S3LS3ALS CZALZ33 Et OOPPER. JSavc always in Stock n complete assortment of every class of goods used or sold by TIN AND STOVE DEALERS, AKD 23 COLS !AKUrACICS3 0? IHS O S X S 33 X2. Q 33 . ..it!.,.. x FAMOUS WHEREVER USED OR KNOWN FOR ECONOMY IN PRICE, SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION, QUICK &. UNIFORM BAKING, AND PERFECT OPERATION. Orders from the trade respectfully solicited, guaranteeing FIBST-CLASS GOODS, CAEBPUL PACKING, PROMPT SHIPMENTS, AND LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. SEND FOR NEW LISTS. ADDRESS : 611 CiPffl, ST. LOUIS, MO. CS" Tli 5 Charier by E. I'tqnharl t- teli t3Tf are told Co.. WpinDhlK. "CTrUiSmTAKSKS. GH. HOLST T.W.HOL8T. m9 Wm mmjms&miK SSO HAIH Si., op. Peabttdy Hotel. Always on hand, a Imi. assortment of Me tallic uai3 anu l.-sf h, ana woouen uimtu of every dewrlntlou. Ordero by telegraph promptly filled, and JAMES FLAKXySTY 3 J. SULLIVAN FDKBBAL DSSSKT1EBB8, 317 and 3I S&zml rJtroet, ilaarllonroa s t : : JE1IPH1S, TENN i'lecant Rohea. G-nts' Seltn. and all kind nf Coffin Tilmmlnes far sale. Hpeclal attention n-'ni m inn Kmova or t-mainn. lyiB PUB-LICATIOUS. A BOOK FOR THE MitLIONl 1 -'".-.---3ri M.rri-l.orUjwii.tto Ti'SVrWn nurrr.oo IVptJ-iltloclcU tho Him v.srrrrn la tt kI'ct- or rrrrrtuctlon, prrarlm trcf mxL-n, 1 TU.ls.a laumuaat wot . f 2COc? WiIcuanKQ?grlTinR., taj contains nBblalsbrrDUJoa fthoMO vbo.remurriMorcnntra.platoaurTtM: KUUItlia tok tQ.t o.ht ta t cafL.T lock .Dd k-7. ol-i Vfl mtlul. .LrMit the tou- rct io any 009 (roi pud) for lft . Crou. -lieuCr.BcyDls9ccurr,KauKl-t.-v.8oi, IAEEIAGS "DT Timi ATZZ ATTX know on Coiirtalifp, Iar- iljrrtcrif &&d llcvFltt'orit ol the aunsl iTftprrx, Thi losophy of Krproductioc, AND ryri Aru .i-iinr- lascnhY of thefr uatnw ind mrr. Ttthm fU prirate Dlmm. ftUlr explajninxthi'trcattwf, fymr.om and mac to cu-ri It U 1 the only rtally ci-rrtific work of the kind ever pt;..h. contains i"rlr COO irei and ii oomp.Vfe fa rrery rt rri. Srnt br JUIiiwurfljr ra!M on rrrrlnt ot 50 cU. Ad lrw.l)r. C. A. IWrnnnA WNoitiriftlifL. 4t-U)Qij,ii0. lUubiithedial-C?. STAMPED CHECKS. ON ALL THE BANK8 - AT JB- O- TOOP'S. IS Came street. . Z 3 i L . : 1 TJ I ;;' D008S. LaXBER - 0 pi I Sash Latks kj O & i AND AND 3 o $ I Bunds Ssuelesi S 5 Of a; cc - k 0 - TAMPED CHECK BUGGIES. HAJiL'FACIUUER CF LIGII1 I HAVE ON HAND A 8KL.ET STOCK Of t.ie atove vehicles, expressly ul icr homi trade, of my own msnuf-ctnr. .ffilch I wtll SELL CHKAPKU twoiSmauxhip and matei'lal considered) than they can bo Im portoi Itora any other market. 1 a ji faMy prepared to bnlld this claw of woifc TO OR DErt. on Short notice. AUo.to Repair. TTlia and Pi lnt old carriages promptly, aiid la very best style. rffnrI(niiiMiMi nun sale rial ) ways GnnrnnletI."&u Jso. 6S Uiiioa Strict. CHANCERY SALE OF NO. iSS7, E. Chancery Conrtof Shelby county Tennessee. K A. l'arter, Itecdver, etc , vj. A. M. Ferguson et al. Bi virtue of an Interlocutory decree fonale entered in the above cause on the 61h day oi December, 1S73, and renewed March 7, 1ST, I will sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, in front of the ulerlc and Master';; office, new Courthouse bnlldinj, Main Mrcet, Memphis, Tenn., on Saturday, April 1, 187C, within legal houra. the following described property, situated in Shelby county, Tennes-see.o-wlt: Beginning at the interaction of the old Itandolph road with the tev R n dolph road, in the Filth Civil district of said connty, being about 1VJ miles north cr tha city of Memphis theuco south with the new Itacdolph road 1015 ieet to lot No. o3; tbecce eatt with lot No. ;C1 to tho old Kantloloh road, thence along said old road northwardl.r to the beginning; contalnlnz teven acre's, more or lets, and ce!n; country lot No. cf tho McLemore and Weafely grant No., as sub divided. Terms of Sale On a credit of six months, purchaser to execute note with aporovei se curlty; lien retained and canity of redemp tion Darred; purchaser required to deposit 10 per cent, on purchase with Clerk 'nttantcrna earnest m&nty. This March H, 1S76. I- A. COLE, Clerfc and Mas'er. By It. J. Blacfc, D. C. and M. J. A. Taylor, Attorney. nzhs No. 956, 0. ILD. Barzllla Itaney et. al.va.La- grange and Memphis IUUroad Co eta, uraa Centennial Iciiluw Hla or Fort Pickerlnsc ON TUn&SDAY, MAHCU 33, 1STC. AxJD continulns irom cay to day until tha property ts disposed of, at the southwest cor ner of Main and Madison sireets, Memphis, Jenn. Pursuant to an order of ale in th above cause, from the Chancery Court, 1 wi.l sell, to the highest b'dder, the following prop erly. to-wtt: Situated In Fort rickerlcg, and known on tho plan of subdivisions ca Block 1, Io s 11 2121 2 26 27 3) 33 31 12; BI.TCk 2, lots 1 0 13 15 18 20 21 22 27 29 ; Bloc 1 3, lots 2 3 5 6 7 131517 18 21 23 16 23 30; B:ock 4. 1t67 18 202123 28; BIock5,Iots6-' 28 29; Block 6, Iota 6711 17 18 20 13; Biock 7. lots 5 13 11 11617 IS 191223; B.oik b, lots 3 15 07 8; Block 9,1 its 1 236780 10 tl 12 22 23 21 25 SS 1011; Block 10, lou 1215 II 15 21 28 231 32 Si 3) 12 H; Block 11, lots 10 11 1211 16183233; Blot k 12, lots 1016 17 18 19 20 21 2327 2S 12; Block 13. low IS 17 18 2 31 32 63; Block I lotsl 235ca29y31; Block 13, lots 12678910 11151617 2:1262731411; Block 16.1otsl25G 9 10 It 11 21 22 23 21 25 26 27 28 313-37 339 43; Block 17,lots 12 13 II 15; It ock 19, low 5 6 7 89 10: B'ock 21, lots 4 5 6789101111; Block 22. lots 11 26 27: Block 23, lots 3 4 5; Block 21, lots 6 7 3 9 10 11 12 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 23 : Block 25. lots 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 2321: Block 16. cu i 11 13 IS 1920: Block 27, iu.n i uufuaii oi o u i o a; Miocs 28, low 1 145678121311; Block 29. Ioisl213 14 15 16 17 Tf, 92U2I22; Block SO. lots 10 11 12 13 U; Block f, , w..u,u.wl..d.lJul310U,ll.CilM,lUb; dock. ' .ltI28456; Block 40, lota 2 I. Block. Font -cruB,uescnosa as - uepot urounds," nlan of Fort Pickering, bonnded on on tho the ndrfi. V7 DI3ks 18 ana 19; on tho east ry Flfth strot UJJ ,uv jui" oy oiocssuana2i, and on the . "vest by Fourth street. yeven acre. -Jtanttd south of the eld track of Lalrane a. n.a Memphis KaUroad, north of Solnfol BoL"s Held 7 poles wida and 156 no'ea and 20 Iln- in leuntb, tne same con veved bv A- B. Car-' Lagranse and Memphis Kailroaa company- by deed, recorded in oflot No. 8, in fa.'ock A, laid down on tho original map of Fot ,.PlSeJln5 03 ttiater street, but nw aR?JfetJ?n1,anola street and runn tng fcaci. .Oftet-bonnded on the north by lot o-lfln ' tLa- ,. , , Also, lot No. 9, in Wo . ' P"f f' ally as Panola street, poSit Broadway, and rcnnlD bacX 0f et. i bounded on the east byiot 6; on wesl by lots 3, 4 and 5, In Mock A. . ,. ... Terms-Notes at 7, 12 and M n. onth with approved security, and Hen retain- tqulty ,0f redemption burred. geo. vr. wiscaSTVK Special Com-Hlssl- 5e.p; JKOj f. Titgz-VAyT. Acc'-ioneer. t CHANCERY SALE No. 269 Chancery Court of Sh6lljy county John L. Morgan ec al. (2d Ch-y) vs. Wm. Ut leyetal. BY virtue of an Interlocutory order for salo entered in the above cAUse on tbe 5th day of June, IKS, I will sell, at public auction, to the high est bidder. In front ef the Cierkand Master's offlce. Courthouse Building, Jaln street, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, 3Isrch 11, 18JG, within lejal hours, rite following dVcrlbed property, situated In Shelby county, 's 1 nn., to-wlt: Being the undivided one-half intw st in and to tho following described propeTt.'. part of subdivision of the lands of Hoystei and Bransford, on Island No.0, in baidcona. ty, to-wlt: Lot No. 1 Beginning at an ash marked R and B, plat letter " A," the southwest corner ot Koysrerand Bransford's&iO-acra entry; thence east 31 chains to a persimmon marked B a; thence south 07 chains GO links to a stake; thence west 21 chains 03 links; thenca notth and westwardly with tbo meanders of chuto 4-65, 5 07, 4-12, 5-S8, 4-52, 4-7P, 4-1D, 6-82 chains and links to a stake and willow marked R; thence north 22 chains 10 links to a stake and ackberry marked It; thence eapt 27 cbatn to the beginning-containing 183 80-lCO acres. H5V' No. 4 of same subdivision oa Island No. 40 Cor.'mences at a stake in the ITS corner of the 6W-a entry, plat letter "IC;" thenca east 27 chalu''! thence north 43 chal rss; thencs west iO chains ; thence south 32 chains; east 3 chains; south H chains to the beiUnnlng containing 125 7K0O acres. Terms of Sale CatJi. This February 17, 1S76. E. A. COLS, Clerk and Mjxster. By K. J. Black, D. C. nd M. Winchester & Winchester. Attorneys. IMS Oi" No.3533.-Chaneery Court "X Shelby county. Ten nessee. Orlando Biowni et al. vs. W. R. Huntetal. BY viitue of an Interlocutor decree for sale, entered In the above c'NJse April 6, 1870, and renewed, etc., on the 11th day of eb rnary, 187s, affirmed by the upre."e ,Vc,n-i' and renewed again herein Februai.vli.lb.o, I will sell, at pufcL'c aucUon, to the nlghest bidder, in front ot the Clerk ana M v.ter'3 ofllce.n- w Courthonse building, Main si test, Memphis, Tennessee, on Saturday, Sfarcti II, 1870, within legal hours, the following described property, slmated In Shelby connty, Ten nessee, and In the city of Memphis, to wit: A certain lot fronting 168 leet on Mosby street and running back. Between par allel lines, 150 feet, except 42 feet front oft tho east end of Eaid lot running back tho entire depth herxtofore sold to Georgia H.Severson, nnd also except the housa and lot known as No. 151 Mosby street, heretofore sold tho lets to be fold are the same upon which are sit uated the houses known as Not 149, 13 and 155 Mosby street, each lot fronting 1 feet and running back 150 feet. Terms of Sale One half cash: balance m i- months: notes with eood racurltv for c'elerred payments: lien retained till same are pa'djtlc -uariurjius io oe uistrtouteu beteresaie. This February lb" 1876. EDMUND A. t OLE, Clerk and Master By R. J. Black. O. C. and M. Vance fe Anderson. R. C Wllllamann nnif John M. Carmack, Solicitors. f blB CHA&2CE&Y SALE OF IES-ol Esta-t No. 1S21, R. Chancery Court of Shelby connty. .uu. ui ujiuiucicu vn. Y. K. Xj J1LUI1 et ai. BX virtue of an lnterlocntory decree for sale, entered in the abovn cnnisn an titn 11th day or May, 1875, 1 will Fell, at pubi c auction, to the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's otnee, new court home building, Main street, Memphis, Ten nessee on Katurdaj, Jfarch II, 2870, within legal hours, the tMowintr drscritiart property, situated In Hhelby county, Tennes see, to-wit : One tract beginning at a hickory stake and other polnteis, being tbesonthesst coiner of the tract next described- thnnra south 35 6-100 chains to n stake, sweetenm. hickory and other pointers: thenca went 5i 8-1.0 chains to a sttke. elm and mulberry the bank of the Mississippi river; t bonce np the river north 21" east 5 ao-lun rhin m . stake on the bank of the river; thence south 21 ast 13 chains to a stake, two hackberry and other pointers; thence east 30 chains to the beginning, containing 175 acres, more or Ies. AlSO. the fOlIOWlnz tract, adlnlnlni. tho above: Beginning at a sweetgum marked X. the NE corner of the 435-acro tract In tt.o name of Ferguson acd Carr: thenresnnih chains to a stake; thence wtst 30 chains to h hackberry and sweetgum pointer; thenca north 78'' west 16 chains to a (take oa the bank of the Mississippi rlvor; theno north 21 east 23 chains 2 links wlui th m. anderlngs to a stake on the bank of tho rive thence east 33 chain' 33 links to the b '"nln containing 100 acres, more or less. Terms of Sale On a credit seven " .. purchaser required to execnte notS77i -j. proved Eecurjty.etc.,-a equity of tetic-iap. tion barred. ThisFeb -"vi5.s"'i. EDMUND A. COi, v.:czii Red Master. By K. J. Black, D. C. and M. L. B. cFarland. Att mer mmwM. fin A3D