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THE MEMPHIS DIXiT AFPBAJMSATURD AT, APEIL 15, XH76
MEMPHIS APPEAL bt : GAIAAITAY KEATING. Terms of Hnbucrliillon. Drtlly Weekly. HAIL I n-.-nr itin aoaili. mil, 8 100 Una copy, one yets, by mail,., ...... One copy, lx utunife. ,oy msu. Ono sopy.one wk, n city - One eopf. one month. In clt y WEEKLY JO oo 6 OO 33 .1 I 10 a 60 a oo cue copy, one yew unoi 01 r rive or more, H peatman copies sent iron ol cnnrje. Oar :nll-toki ere kept by postoOcea, , and not y inaivjauiu names. In jrdcrlngpspers ehinued from one pntoae U i twbw the umu or both postomcas O .honld be given. Rat of Advertising: first Insertion, per square, $1 OO MintuTiiMit InfcwuoDi. pfrnuOBxe . OO rat Udm Mild nonpareil make one square, od twelve line make one inch. Xj sal Notice are 3U cents per line arst in rtlon, 15 nqU per line per week W ints. etc- aro 10 cents per lice flrrt lnser don.anaS cents per line eaoh tobeequont 'nsTtlra. ... D th and Marrliee notices. Funeral notices nd ODltnartes, are charged at regular rates. will not accept any advertisements to lol t w reading matter. 21 rotor fourth pr.ze adv&rtlsemenU, itatloa ry. doable rates A. r Advertising ISllls for amounts less than r"lve Dollars must be paid for before Inser tion. Thl rule will t m strictly adhered to. To Contributor owl Correspondents: We solicit letters and communications upon subjects of general interest, but such must always be accompanlwl by a rosponelbla name. Wa will not return rejected communications. All letuws, eoraiunnicatlons, or anything else for the Arrz.i should be addressed UALLAWAY & KEATING, M.t'.dALUTAi.t 282 Second street. J. M. Tkattno. I MiitiD)il.Tmn MEMPHIS APPEAL SATl'K AT. APRIL 15. 187G. IMKTV FE.U.TT. The littlo etiuad of political inde pendents who are too vaiD, and fancy themselves too pure, to affiliate with either of the great contending parties of the country, are running the gauntlet of kicks aid curetP. In Tennessee there are no Radical Independents. The om nibm load of Liberal Republicans who supported Greeley disappeared with the autumn leaves ol November, 1872. But there are in this State, a few chronic hstera of Democracy, who, while pre tending to oppose Radicalism, are con tinually throwing fire-brands into the ranks of the Democratic party, the only organization warring with the corrup tions of Itidicaliam, or likely to bring about the reform and tranquillity for which every patriotic citizen yearns. In Alabama and Virginia, as in Tennes see, the Jtidicals are in a hopeless ml nority, but the Independents tire plotting mischief. Tacy abu?e the Democratic party, lug into every contest immaterial issues, and thereby seek to produce dis cord aid to draw off enough Damo crat. which, with the solid Radical vote, would enable them to defeat the Damocralic party which they delea'. Bach infidelity has aroused the ttue and reliable . Democrats of Alabama and Virginia. It ha? only served to close up the party ranks more com pactly, and in Tennessee the Democratic parly must put on its armor, not to fight defunct Radicalism, but the machi nation cf tho Independents. The fol liwing exliaat from the Richmond WMg applies with equal force to the sit uationin this State: ' The strength, ef ficiency and durability of parties depend mainly on concert of action between its component parte. When individu als are forgetful, ai they sometimes are, of the common purpesa and common bond, and assume to act for themselves without regard to the will of the majori ty of their associates, they have sown tho first s?edscf disintegration, and un less promptly lopped off from the main body the remit will b3 the same, in the course of time, as when the orchardist permits the dead branch to remain a de structive appendage to the tree. Per fect independence of individual action is inconsistent with party su premacy, and is fatal to its continuance. Man cannot serve God and mammon. Neither can he rlghtfuly claim to bs of a party, and yet act independently of its ties and obligations. It is just as true in politics as in religion that he that is not for us is against in, and.it is just as much the duty of a party ta itself to rid iif eir or rcoaidtjajit members as it is the duty of the church to pm-go Itself of backslid sis that is, f rich' men should not be recognized, mmh Ie33 accepted and put forward ts leaders. "We hear of a multitude of aspirants for positions of honor and emolument in the city to be filled at the May election, and it pains us to believe that some of them, gentle men who haveultherto been loyal to tho Conservative party, are now willing to abandon it and unite with the enemies of their race, State and Bactlon, either because of the abuses that have crept into the Conservative party, or from a motive Ies creditable, to secure place and position for themselves without ie?aid to what may be the disastrous consequences to the commu nity of having avieious, unenlightened, and irresponsible class once again in the ascenoant. toi our part, we cannot contemplate such a contingency with out horror, t.nd we shall hold rnch clti zens as wiH be willing to risk such a re sult as the mo3t deadly enemies to socie ty, to psace, order and good govern ment, that have ever curie J the city by their presence. What worse fate could the most implacab'e of our fiendish ene mies have hoped for us in the days of Calhoon and aegro rule? 'Independ ents' they may call themselves, and in l pendent they will be of real Conssrva- tive support. But, alas, how perfectly dependent upon their new allies, their main s'ay. the Radicals and negroes, whose support must be their chief reliance. Men may call themt elves what they will, we Judge them by their acts, not by thsir pro fessions. If their acts in their logical re suits aro calculated to damage the parly to which they claim to bo attached, we can but regard the doer of them as practically the enemy of that party, and that he er they should ba dealt with as a "wolf in Bheep's clothing," and con demned to political death withcut the benefit of clergy. Bo also as to private individuals, who, failing to secure the men of their choice, bolt the entire tick er. Mercy to such men is death to par ty, sooner or later." These are strong words, but they sra most cordially in dorse! by the Appeal. The Demo?ra cy of Tennessee has nothing to fear from Radicalism. Its danger consists in the Ertiflce and contrivances of the political guerrillas, who are constantly advising the parly whose name they de test, and whnso behests they spurn, un lets they conform to their mongrel na tures. KEY VS. LAMA It. It Is ssid that the MUaissippi iavestl fiiting committeo was pot up by the Rad ical senate with a view of fabricating fc-lon frauds that will furnish a suf ficient excuse f ri Jectmg Lamar. And tie' a'or Key, of Tenneeee, made him self a party lo this infumous scheme. Ac tbe Mobile Register says: "It Is trne that the legislature elected by Missis-1 s'ppi will return a Unltrd Blat9s sena tor, but the senator- lect Is not returned to the present congress. He will pre sent his credentials to the senate of tbe nest congress, and then a question might be properly raised as to whether the body which elected him was hon ettly and fairly elected by the people, but such a question cannot be raised until Senator Lamar applies for his seat. In the case of Spencer, tte committee on eleotlons held at the cutset that the certificate furnished Bpeocer by Governor Lewis eatltlfid him to a eeat. When Lamar appears with a certificate from the gov ernor of Mississippi, the precedents" es tablished by Senator Morton for tho ben efit of his frauds will place Mr. Lamar in his seat without any antecedent in vestigation. If congress have the right, without a case before them for decision, to investigate the conduct of a State election, it is certain that such exami nation muet bo made by virtue of eomo law enacted by both Mouses. The sen ate, sitting alone, have clearly no tight to constitute themselves a star chamber." Good Friday if a general holiday in all christian countries, and every j ear it shows stronger signs of becoming one here. In MemphiB yesterday no busi ness telegrams arrived from New York, and of couree there were none from Eu rope. This alone naturally -brought trade into a dull, spiritless con dition. What was the use of keeping open many places, where nothing was done, it is not easy to tell. The Episcopal, Lutheran and Roman Catholic churches were open as on a Sunday, and the attendance in many cases was large. Few of any denomi nation could have been present at one or other of these services without being affected by their solemnity, and struck with their suitableness. The event that occurred on the hill of calvary eighteen hundred years ago, view it aa we may, was one of great importance to tbe hu man race, and has given a wonderful turn to all history, and Its effjeta were never more striking or its results more momentous than they are to-day. The critic and the scientist have had their say, but the cross is still a power with which earth has no parallel. Hon. Ilenjamiu J. Lra. From an Occasional Correspondent of tbe Appeal. rs ashville, April 12. The supreme court for tne middle amnion or Tennes se adjourned finally to-day. Tho court during its recent Bitting disposed of some live hundred causes, leaving about tbe fame number undetermined. The dooket of all cauces appealed prior to Ja unary 1, 1875, was disposed of, except that of Davidson county, and the docket ef that county ws disposed of in all causes appealeJ before October 1, 1873. Hon. Benjamin J. L?a, of Brownsville, presided in place of Hon. Thomas J, Freeman, wno wrs sick. Judge Lea, by the ability and courte'y he displayed, won -"golden opinions." Ha gave entire satisfaction to both members of the bar and citizens with whom he came in con tact in the social circle. His opinions from the bench meet the unanimous ap proval oi tne legal proreesion wno neard ihemrand should a permanent vacancy on the bench of the supreme conrt from tue west era division occur at any time, his elevation to the position would be hailed with pleasure by all classes of the people of Middle Tennessee. He would discharge with ability and fidelity every trust tne people ol ms section would confide to him. MIDDLE TENNESSEE ATTORNEY. Snmonn Htelnberger. San Fbancisco, April 14 Tho ac counts of Steinberger'a troubles in Sa moa are very conflicting. Other private letters and statements of passengers by tne Ada May mre to tne effect tnat tne people and the legislature, after Stein berger's arrest, deposed the king, ban ished him to a neighboring island, and demanded Steinberger's release. This was refused, and Berraconta brought the king back, hut tbe people ueenne to acsnowieugo mm. An earn est desire is reported on the part of the people for tho arrival of the Tuscarora and the release of the premier. His personal effects have been sold, the prin cipal purchasers being the officers cf Berraconta. Including the sale was a steam launch presented to the Samoan government by the United States gov- ernmen'. it is also stated that the Eng lish reak'eat desires the annexation of bamoan to the British colonies, which win ne accomplished u tne United States ilota not interfere, that Foster, the American consul, backs tbem up against his own countrymen, that the whole trouble arises from the interfer ence of Steinberger with their designs, and that the natives have great faith in ine .americaus and desire tneir protec tion. Tue Last Jlay lien UcTOIatlon. New York. Anril 14. The nurser of tne Bteamsr xyDo, wnion arrived tuis morning from Ctpe Haytien, reports that a revolution against the govern ment of General Dominique took place in Capa Haytien on the fourth instant. and proved acompletasuccees.the whole population rising en masse, without a dissenting voice. The entire north, as tares uearu irom.mciudinei'ortLlberu. oeron, urauoeriver, Liemoi. and rlas- sance, have declared in favor of the rev olution. On tne sixth or April the troops cf the north were marching on Gonaives to attack that nlace.if such a sten should oe iouau necessary, wnicn is not proba ble. It is almost certain that the pres ent govt rameni must ran, l'nrchnseof Silver by tho Treasury. Washington, April 14 The treasury department has purchased two months supply of stiver bullion at the low rates -which prevailed n fsw weekH ago, the average price paid havieg been about three cents per ounce lees than the pres ent market rate. Tnis Btock, together -with the bullion fund, will, it is believed, be sufficient for coinage until the annual statement at tne mints, wnicn will be mauem June. Ballroad Bates. New York. Anril 14. Wm. H. Van- Uierbilt says there will be a meeUnij of me managers oi tne several raliroaa companies on Thursday next, and noth ing of importance will be done toward changing rates of freight until after that meeting, which promisea to bo a lively uue. Ilaby Farming;. MONTREAL. April 14 The babv- farmlng business, as carried on In this city, is attracting considerable attention. Tho toard of health held a meeting nnd diecuesed tbe Bubjsct. It was shown thnt out of seven hundred and nineteen babies received at the Grey Nun hos pital last year, only eighty-eight Eur- vivea. Religions Insanity Kirect of Revivals. NkwYobk, April 14 Franz Rochall, a tobtcco merchant, has become ineane, making the eiehth case of lunacy orougnt to tne iomD3 irom ine iiippo drome aihee Moody and fcjankey Btgan ineir ministrations mere. Warm Weather In tbe Xortbwest. Detroit, April 14. The rain has had a great effect on the ice. Every ap pearance of an early break-no now. The straits will undouotedly open in ten days or less. 833,000 Worth Darned. Fall River. Amil 14. Marvel Daval k vo.'b machine shops burned this morning. Loss, sixty thousand dollars: insurance, tairiy-nve tnousana dollar. From Maine to California tbe same credit is given to Dr. J. H. M'Lean's 8;rengthening Cordial and Blood PlH- ner as tne msst woudeilal vita Izer and invigoratorln the world. It will nnrifv and enrich ycur blood, make you healthy, vigorous, robust and strong A again. Dr. J. II. M'Lean'a offloe, 31? vyueamui Btreot, au jliouis, m.o. CORSETi et lb t Uennlne! Beware of Imitations! T8 0MS0K'S FATEHT C3-lo-cro-3T,ittii2.S Oorsots QUA UEB or FIXIJI. 8fnmpd "IUOHfON" with AudJKaCII A FEnt-F.cr nr. They give en tire batlsfac Hon. Every lady who has worn them recommend them, and TBAHH- MAKK. ACBUWN THOMSOs'ri OLOVE-KlT- TiHoaxelbe most Per fect, Dura ble and Eco nomlcalOr sets made. tbelr every where increasing popularity induces many competitors to copy our names and marks ua nearly as pohslble. Be sure to set tne geu- "ASfovkLTYV-TnoMJo:'! rATXNT l!d fast ening capped Corset Bteei.. They are Un brssjcablb, and their fastenings do not abrald the dress. For "ate by flrslaw deal ers everywhere. THuSISON, LaMJUON & CO- New 1 orlc, Bo'.e Importers and Patentees for the 0. 8. FLORISTS. F.G0EBEL3, THE FLORIST, At No. 413 Second Street, IB prepared to take orders for all felnds of work in his line, Including tho care of lots at the various cemeteries. Prompt attention clven. and all work done at the lowest Uvlne rates. Orders for cut flowers lor bouquets and decorating purposes filled In any quan tity and on shortest notice. 8r'l invitation is extendod the publlo to visit his greenhouses, now in full bloom. 'b9 College Groye Nurseries AND GREEKHOUiES, At Eonta Gate or Elmwood Cemetery llsnry JKoorc, Proprietor. I have a very large, fine and healthy collection or Koses, ureennonse ami swiuui; i uuu,au or which I offer at New York nrlsss. Also, a large and vailed assortment of Wire and Rus tl o rttands, Vases. Baskets, Etc. Bouquets and Cut Flowers at all seasons. Gardens laid out, Cemetery Lots and Graves graded and sodded, and taken gooo. care oi at very uuuup itnih in varletv: Caiadlnms. Cannas. Etc, Any person poruaslng 15 worth of plants at OrPlira8, l Will DBHYM RUU paJJl luoili uj nhnra in Jrfemshls without farther charge Hernando street cars run to the Greenhouses every ten minutes. mnia &TJMBER. MOORE, BASSS1T&DEEW LUMBER DEALERS, Nos. 851 and 353 Second Street. tf) TENABLE & RAWLINGS, MANUFACTURERS OF LUMBER, LATHS MD SHIH&LES TT AVE ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF n White Pine Doors. Sash. Blinds. White Pine Moldings, etc., all of first quality. SALESROOM, Ho. 14 UNION STREET. S" Sawmill, north of Bavon Qavoso. Jal9 ONLY $2,50 PER YEAR TIEE 3EA3DHKE1E O0NTAIN8 FORTY COLUMNS OF Well-3)is:ested Bnimnarj OF THE NEWS OF THE WEEK AS WELL AH THU AMD iS FILLED WITH Literary Selections Embracing Political. Commercial. Llterarr Sclgentlflc, Agricultural, Philosophical, Re ltglous ordinary news, and all other matters oi Interest to the Fanner, Manufacture, Mer chants and Merchant. MIS PEL AHEOTJS. KfA CORDS BEST QUALITY STOVE JJJ wood S3 0 on levee; fi 50 delivered. Call at levee, foot of Union ftreet, or on .h-ki. kuumib, no. nowara s now. Intelligence Office, rriEMPORARY LODGING ROOMS AND aies taimuun Association, 155 MAIN STREET, next to the Temperance Lunch House. G-AYOSO ARTIFICIAL STONE GO, A RE now fully prepared to furnish, at short XA. notice, oi tneirown manufacture: Btone Steps, Cblmneyrinesnnd Tops; Htone Hearing, Flagging Cnrblug; Btone Fencing, Carriage biepa. Tales And Cemetery Work er all binds. SIDEWALKS A 8PECIALTY. ALL WORK GUARANTEED, Give- this new Home Enterprise your liberal patronage. Office axd Yard : : 101 Union Street. ap2 W. II. I.OHKBT, Manager. lrjH.H JAVA PR0LIFI0 COTTON SEED. SUPERIOR to any other seed for early ma turity, extra fine staple and quantity of u producing in some instances two and-a- bales to tbe acre. Price, ti per bushel. cash. References Judge James A. Anderson, Memphis, Tenn.; Captain Kenneth Garrett, Wllhe.Tenn.: Mr. J. J. Scnrader. Colllervllle. Tenn.; Mr. J. A. Owen, Des Arc, Ark., and many oiners wno nave tnea tnem. rorsate by J. -H. VY 1 Uljl AMD X V;U 8 222 Front street, Memphis, Tenn Mempkis and Kansas City is. 11. Go. BIX3 POR WORK. BY order of the Executive Committee, bids will be received until February 20. 1878. for the Clearing, Grading and Furnishing Cross ties on tbe foUowlns divisions of tbe Mem- Snis ana Kansas city tiauroau; payments in ounty and Town Bonds, as specified on each division. First Between Ratesville. Independence county. Arxansai, and Jacxsonport, Jackson county, Arkansas. Payment in Independ ence and Jackson County Bonds. Second Between Jacksonport and Aueusta. Woodruff county, Arkansas. Payment In Jackson and Woodruff County Bonds and Bonds of the Town of Augusta, Third Betwt en Angusta and Wlttsburc, Cross county, At kansas Payment In Wood ruff and Cross county Bonds. The Board reserves the rizht to relect anr or ail of said bids. Bids to bo addressed! President M. and K. & U7&., inula ..jnwiv T Memphis, Tenn. Memphis. Tenn- Jsnnarv IS. I MEETING OF SrOCKHOLDEES. MEETING of tbe Stockholders of tbe Memphis and Raleleh Railroad t'omnanr will be held at the offlse of J. m. Coleman. Z Front street, on the 4lh day of May next, rur the election of Five Directors. apawea juiln DONOVAN, President. ? Life Wit ' ?$ I I I 1 K. 0 Doors. Huhber1 0 m 8 g $: Sash - Laths q O $ Bunds ' Shingles "2 9n Of E -'x r " P olMS6 'V V- P. Z 1 1 s w: 5 a 5 i wmm$ 3 3 itmtifia,!','!:,.!,:, 'lil Rill tf WW GROCERS. W. I BOOKER & G9, 30 Front Street, MempMs. WE HAVE TH1H DAY SOLD TO W. J. BOOKhlt & CO.cmr strcltof Groceries, and bepek for morn ttio business of our old friends and customers. We shall occupy the same ofllee we have heretofore, nd continue to du bmlncns as COTTON FAlTORHexclaslvely. ELY. HAKVEV f RIC HARDSON. STAMPED CHECKS. ALL THE BANES -AT 15 flnnrt Rtret. MERCHANT TAILORS. MESSY Ss SMELT Ho. 31 SADIiOX ST BEET, MEMPHIS : : : TENNESSEE. JT affords us pleasure to notify our patrons i. ana iuu puuiic iuui wo uavo reBeiveu uur comprising a large and varied assortment of the tuosi elegant ana siynsa or rrencn and Engllsu makes of materials for gentlemen's wear, and have every laclllty for getting np Bulls in the most approved style and the most workmanlike manner. We solicit an Inspection from centlemen de siring an elegant and fashionable spring or summersmu nuKKi a; iiiuhmjI FOR F rlLE. PiAHOS, ORGANS, fiUSICAL 1NSTRUMBHTS, SHEET MUSIC, BOOKS, Etc. AT COST PBICS ! 2?" ot SO X3tx-vat Only Now is your time to buy. STORE FOR RENT AND FIXTURES FOR BALK, or I will sell stock, Including location. wnicn is tne Desi in me ciiy io any one mat wishes to continue me musto ousmess. IB. A. 317 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. FINEST ELAVOHSD DIBSOLUTIOHS. Notice of Dissolution, ritHfi undersigned, surviving partners of the j nrra oi w. a. xsiuut. k uu., navinz pur chased the interest of tbe estate ofN. M. Brace In said firm, tho same Is hereby dissolved, to date from January 1, 1S70, we having assumed all liabilities of toe late Arm. The business will continue under the firm name and style Of W. 8. Biuce & Cc. W. H. BKOCB. mhlO JOSKPH BKUCE DISSOLLTION. THE Arm of Lullman & Vienna has been this day dissolved by mutual consent, J. C. Lullman having disposed of his entire In terest In said firm to A. J. Vienna, who will continuethe business, and Is alone authorized to sign In liquidation. J. U. LULLMAN. Memphis, AP'U 1, 187fi. A. J. VIENNA. KB" In retiring from the above Arm, I oheer fully recommend my late partner, A. J. Vi enna, to my friend and our patrons, and so licit a continuance of their liberal patronage In his behalf, thanking the public generally for past favors. J, C. LULLMAN. ritHE undersigned, E. Urquhart, having sold JL out his stock and good will In the busi ness of E. Urquhart & Co. to II. Wetter & Co., notice is hereoy given that the copartnership existing under the style and firmer E. Urqu hart & Co, has been dissolved bv mutual con sent, irom lst April, 1876. Both parties are au- morizea to sign in liquidation. E. URQUIXAKT. J. D. MUKTAGH. We have this dav admitted John D. Mnr. tagh, of the late Hrm of E. Urquhart & Co., as it iiwuwt in our nrm. xne ktyie oi ine urm Will remain as formerly. April 1, 1S76, H. WETTER & CO. Win retiring from the business for many years carried on in Memphis, under the stylo and firm ol E. Urquhatt & Co., 1 have to re turn my irrateful acknowledgments and thanks lorthevalnable tuniwirt rpcplvnt dur ing that terlod. and have ureat Kitlsfurt.lnn in asking for the Hrm of H. Wetter & Co., Into which my late partner, Mr. J. D. Murtagh, has been admitted, a continuance of the generous patronage hitherto accorded E. .Urquhart & Co , feeling assured that they will be found wormy m every way oi mat patronage. ap9 E. IIRIM1HART. EEWARD. T WILL pay the above reward for the de- l livery to me at Marlanua, Arkansas, of WILLIAM WRIGHT, colored, charged with me attempt to poison the family of Frank rails. Maid Wright Is 5 feet 10 inches In hight. Is black, and is characterized by a piercing look, ile wears very ragged clothes, nun in eruujiur jor wearing none Dutpatcneu garments. w. II. KUIIBIHU, apl Sheriff of Lee countv. Arkansas. UNDERTAKERS. JAM EM FLAHESTrii.J.BULLlVAit FUI1EEAL UNBBETiEEIBi 317 and S18 Secsnd Street, NearMonroi si:: MEMPHIS, TENi. Elegant Robes, Gents' Slits, and all kinds cf ofiln Trlmmlozs for sale. special attention oold to the KemoThl of Ramalns. ly!6 GiL HOLBT T. W.iiOLBT. UH'BEBTAKERS, AlviTi on hand, a laree actortment of lie- tail! a Cases and Caxkets. and Wooden Cofflni of every description. Orders by telegraph promptly Oiled, ind Caaos shippei C, U. 1). miPiB mm -ON- fcCll TS FMSBSTf ft 8DMMB, Frosh Arrivals nywMEiiin sap i ine "iVe unnomco with pleasure ffll&Co rrosGraiu BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS IN Itriped and O keeked Silks Xew Suitings, Xcit Ecrn Lace Stripes, Now Hamborff Net for OTerdresses. Beantlfal and Stylish IN SILK", POPLIJf, SERGt', PONGEE, TI60QNE AND LINEN?. Novelties in Misses' an3 Children' Dresses, Para ols and Snn Umbrellas, la new and beautiful designs: Novelties In Ladle, Neck Wear. New Fans, an ex quisite variotx. New Opera Shades in Kid Gloves, and an attract ive line of Special Novelties In each department 242, 244 kM 246 MAIN t m nifiniiiiiif .1- 1" P M H. Bff ft & fli ii li II- Only Wklal Ghrocexs lo. SS1$ IPi'osit m., MempMs, Tenan. o B. K. PiAIH. V7. A. WILLIAMS. W. H. SABER. W. H. EABER & CO., a I Cfiloo and Faotory 358 TVr-m Ik, - - TJLOORING3. MANTELS, MOLDINGS, uoornna winuow f rames, weatnerDoaruiE ers, Hcroll-Work, Newell Posts, Bailusters and anu ureaaeu ; iam ana smngies. j raming Lumoer saweu to oruer on snort notice, SfiD F0 OUft SOLOIKG w. w. OUT, J. Ei. M'CLE7JI.A3V. rrsesra, 0ttm Factors Nos. 260 and gs2 front St., BJeniphiSe Tonn. Ag'ta for B. F. Avery & Son's Plows orders filled from store or lactory Sole Agents for II. 1 Blount's (the original and only genuine Urie Plow, Sole Agents Wm. Clore's Wrought Calhoun Plows, Owners of Mitchell Patent Cotton Scraper. HATS 1HE 1ABGE8T gTOCK 15 THIS HASEEI OF Eames, Cellars, Bllndbrldles, Backhands, Doabletrees, PlowUneS) laprings, Plowhandles, CieviBcs, Wedges, Crosscut Saws, Hoes, Shovels, Axes, Caslsteel, Iron, Trace-chains, Slugletrees, PloTTbeams, Spades, Nolls, Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Plantation wagons, Etc., Etc, BBTos. SIO A1B 312 i C. TBEABW2LI. A B. TKEADWELL. SOSTBITAIA BT, 11 SJmlosi Street. Sfesshla, Tezaa. B. X SEMMES & OO. 89T MAIM STBEEX, IHPO BTER9 OST Wo are making a specialty la Wttlch'we'Bro offering at lower prices (ban (he compoanded Iqnors ol this and otht markets. Always on hand A X.OTE OP X.OW-GRA333S WHISKIES. Etc. 4T WHOLESALE. Staple and Fancy G n 3 carloads Bnlh Hides and ibonldera, 25 tierces nrarcnrrd llama, 35 box Brrnkfal Ilicon, 400 bi,xear.T.Hlatand annaes Cheese 300 tnbs ( hnlte Hotter, 30 hhl. FIar various ormlm. 1530 pit vs. 51achcreI,HerrIn;.WbU(flsb 0, E302S.SSHJ!",S" &3 BROS.. COR. FROI3T2AND UNION STS. tho receipt of a splendid Una of a STREBT, COR. JBFFBB80H. and 360 Second Street, - Tonr! OCTHIOO. CEILING, LATTICE-WORK. WELL-TUBING, FACTORS Frames, WeatherDoardine, Base-Hoards, Turning, Shelving and Connt rll Posts. Bailusters and Fence-Pickets: all kinds of Lumber, ronch - BOOK AMD PRICE-LIST. AND Tools, Bnlldeis' Bardwaro, Beltln?, FSOMT STREET B. P. TBEAD WEtS, rocer; SLOGS. rocenes ! 1O0O c. cann'd ronsatoes and Hncart orn 1000 cases Feacben, nlrawberrles, i me Apples, etc., 000 pba;.RpIced Jl I fee( and Tons;ars 300 bbU. Tcllui and Wblte Hatrars, S31 nnr ks Java, Illo and Cordova Coeetf, OO bbla. and bC bbls. Sweet Cider, etc IIeb IiSSURAKOS. iHEi Gun OF SEilPiilS, TBKH. office. 16 mmm it, S1SH CAPITAL, f $300,000 00 CASH ASSETS, j : 444,046 87 OPFICXtS. WM. M. FARKINO70N, PrestdonU H. T. LEMMON, Vlas-Proaldeat.; J. A. SIMMONS, Secretary 4 W!f M. FARRIKOTOSt. U.T. LlMMOIT O. B. C1IUBOU, S. U. KOBIUEOJ. Ehooh a8UT. 3 no. Ovc atcn, j s. LOTTERY. MAKE 70UE FORTUNE mm GOLDEN D5AWIKG -OK THE STATE LOTTERY, (INCORPORATED 1M3) TAKES PLACE APRIL 29, 1876, At New Orleans. POSITIVELY NO POSTFOHBMENT POSITIVELY NO SCALING, CAPITAL PRIZE $100,000. 3580 Frizes, amounting to $502,500. ALL PAID IN GOLD One Prle to Every Six Tickets. Tickets At $50 Each, TJ. S. Cnrrenci. Tenth and TwenUeth Coupons in proportion. XHT oir PRIZES: ONE CAPITAL PRIZE . 8 100.000 50,000 20,100 . 10,000 10003 10,000 1 Prize.. I Prize I Prize.. 2 Prizes at 55J.O0 4 Prizes at ZOO 20 Prizes at 1,100 50 Prizes at 500 1200 Prizes at 100 2000 Prizes at 50-.. .20,000 . 25,000 120.000 100,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES: 100 Approximation Prizes at fJCO J20.000 100 Approximation Prizes at 1U0... 1000 too Approximation rrizcs at . 7a 700 3580 Prizes In all, amoantlng to (gold)$502,500 Tickets for aale by all regularly appointed Bgeais, ana Dy ine iAtaitlnoa Stat tottery Co., m h!8 diw P. O. Box 633. New Orleans. ca- For fall Information apply to O. H. ha M u el, attt-rnird street. Memphis, Tenn. A FORTUNE FOR 3, Tiyoraing Montbly UnlUtdtjAutJuritfa 1 ,UuLitUUIar iKuasi mm, six tor ?- CM ckim ( rr!7 i. 1 Casta Prize of 100,000 I Casta Prize of 50,000 a vasn mzo or sa,ooo 1 Casb Prize of so.ooe 51,026 O&ah PrGiMaraatlE5toS350.0(r5 ?Mrk.rWtrlu4f Tim.. T. i.4 7 hm4 rrMi .f a. hut,, tan.nn 10 ban. Ansa wuH4. Iik.nl tf M partnUa oaj ta JTB. PATTEE, Laraml Ortjr. Wresatna $1,000,000! WILL BE THE CAPITAL PRIZE IB THE GRAHD EXTRAORDINARY DRA.WIN8 -of the HAVANA BOYAL LOTTERY TO TAKE PLACE OS APBIL 24, 187C. Only 15,000 Tickets and 781 Prizes, AMOUNTING TO For plans ;ind information, address BORNIO Sc. BROTHER, DIRECT IMPORTERS OF Havana CIsars. and Dealers in Smoblog anu moniPK moacco, ana ifcli uinai oi uomeiue tignm, Bo. 77 Qravler Btref, Hew Orleans. Bend your orders to respectable Arms, and be ware or counierreitncKeu. COPARTERN2RSHIP. Copartnership Notice. rN THE FIRST OF MARCH, and to con- J tlnue till further notice, the undersigned associated with him in business Mr. JULIUS riTl, l . . r i . . of the College of Pharmacy of that city. The nrm styie wm nereatter oe thisodokis UOEKNUR & CO. THEODORE HOERNER. THKOOOBE HOKENER. jrucsrAntiK. THEODORE H0SBH3R&G0, PHARMACEUTISTS, CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS, J(0S. 54 AXD 5G BEALE STREET, Corner ol Second, MEMPHIS : : : : TENNESSEE RESPECTFULLY solicit a continuance of W the business heretofore clven Mr. Thco- uure aoerner. coin raemoeri oi tne nrm are graduates In Pharmacy, and both will devote themselves specially to the promotion of those orancHes oi science lneiumnc nnalvtliml ni- uiuiuauuns anu tests. THEO. HOERNER CO mhl9 54 anil fA Benle. corner of Second st. lilQTJORS. WHOLESALE mo. 3o7 Front Street, MEMPHIS, ; : TENNESSEE. HOTEL. 01 HOTEL MEMPHIS, TBNN, the PEABOBY having changed proprie tors, thefollowlngirates for.board 'and rooms will be charged from this date: Board and room 8a 00 to 94 per day Day-llnard S13 per month Day-Board (3 menli) 930 per montb SayBonrd (transltnt) 81 OO per day Having mode our terms moderate we hope to receive a liberal share of patronage, and respectfully ask the enconragument of the merchants of Memphis and tbe general public. WINE AND LIQUOR nuB t. u. uallumA , Manager. SILVER WAjuIC. STC. o4 Mam Offer a carefully electoa ilseK ol JEWFXEl ALL OF T1IK IEY UTlliT DESIGNS I AT I-BICE3 TO i'DIT THE TWifc. I Da not mnke pnrchae.i In till IlcC MACHINERY. liobt. Lewia & Co., HEBFEIS B0IL1E WORKS New acI Second-hand Boilers always on hand. 3teamboat end Plantation Wort prompt ly attended to. FOOT AAM8 ST.. MEMPHIS TEXN. MILLI STEELY. BOSS. 15. OTFY WISHES to announce to her many friend and patrons that she has arrived from her trip to New Yortc, and also received a large supply of all the !e hiu! K"tilonnbI Blum or tti" Npa.in, which Hje has se lected with great care, ana hopes to be able to suit all that may favor her witu a call, aha will still cany on the business at her alA stand, No. lift 31ln Mtree'. nivaialiH, and under the old name of B. ROPER. ac'J STENOGRAPHER. hi WALSH, STSHOGRPHBB, 38 North Court Street. EVIDENCE reported In Courts, beforor ef- UJ erees, etc., verbatim. Snorth Shorthand taughr orally or hy mall. ATTORNEYS. r. S3. MIOOTJ, ATTOBNEY AT LAW, Boom No. 20, Planters Ins. Bnlldlnfc, Ho. SS STatliroa Urcct. Mrmrhli, Tenn CHAS. V. ADAMS. Lu V. DIXON ADAMS & DiXOrV', ATTOENEYSATLAW, Boom3 21-23 Plasters Ins. Building, Bo. 41 Hadlssn StreetTIeraphIs,'renn. BUSINESS IN ARKANSAS AND Missis sippi solicited, whlsh will receive prompt attention. 1D22 G. P."FOOTE, , R. BAKTEAU BartletU Memphis. iC'UTS & SAIivTSATI, ATIOENEIS-AT-LAW, OFFIOE-36 Poplar street. . D. X, STEWART SOLICITOR AND ATTORUET-AT-IiAW. Office No. 34 Poplar Street, Memphla. VrT ILL practice In tne Courts of Law and 3 Chancerv in WestTennessra and North jih L-ippi. ana etve special attention tc col ecuuun, conveyancing, etc. jais ggfl Ha!a SrratA. Eat aMi. J. P. CARUTHERS, Attornoy cirt Hxel-xxt, 236 SECOND STREET, Jefferson BlockMemphl?, Tennessee. WM. J, & JOS, ?, 8YKES, Attorneys-at-Law, 5o. sg popur sTRErnr. MEapnis :printing. O. TOOF, mazhj facturuh:: AND 15 Conrt Street, MemphiH. Check Books, Braft Boois, Bray Books, Cash Books, Ledgers, Journals RAILROAD & ST2AMB9AT WORK Easiness Cants, Letter Head, Bill Heads, Clrcnlars, Tickets, Tazs, Etc, The patronage of my friends and the publlo u rrspostfullT solicited. Good "Wovlz at Low Prices. Call and examine specimens of Printing, manir imnire ami Hlniime. PACXOFIZS. STRAWBERRY, GRiPE, PEACH, AND GENERAL AHSORTSIENT OF A FULL LINE OF Flooring, Celling, Siding, hblngles and Lumber on band. JP Orders promptly executed. W. H. HCTTrf & CO., Saw nnd Pla"3 nit MtJa Knnt street, nu, uas vVorks, RWABL am s Tflfl Pl araPHis, tenh.