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V" Tl JLta jL J--VJ3- 0 VOL. XXXVII-NUMBEE 306 MEMPHIS, TElSTISr., SATUEDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1S78. ESTABLISHED 1S40, APPEAJ THE PH 1 1 A JUL i re CLOVlXu JUTEM Yterday of cotton ovd fold: T.iterpoeX cot ttn, 51-11. Memphis relton, 8 3 Jr. Xeu Orltani cotton, ?;l-ic. Gahrtfon cottun, SW. .V.io Tmlc cotton, 9 1-H. S'tw York jolJ. l'ic. ' HKITHKII 1II;AT10M. VTaij Drtjik rwKST, Officii Ch. 5iu, ftpttrtu i t!U.M,ic.i. IN-rluijr yR, 1 .tn. f 'or Tennttsee and the Omtrtralley ttation- ry or toir f rfjsurr, so;? nnrf tc ett tcindt, lightly uarmrr, C'.n- or ttartfu cloudu treathrr. WKtTHKK OnKltVATIO.M. Wa Dv"r. 8iiti. Pitmen r. f. ak-t, PwrY. m't-r 27. I.-Ih. 10p.m. Plitoa ui buenratlon. B.ir. ; Ther. Salva-1'.m.. lndianol.. Louisville. . Memphis. ., Htshvllle .. NswOrlean 8 irewport. YlcHs'eir . i-'wl.4 bl.4:i. MO.'tT iW) 4.i :"-4 I 4 I 17 i vnuti." , vub Dlr. Force. er. V Trh. ClouoTT N.E. Krcli. Fair. w. iiirntiA cie-sr. W. i.entle. -ear. I C ear. N.K . Fre,h. "sir. . . . . I . . . Cie ir. w fll.tt '.lear. . M. NL, Kit tie 3Un.il ttecvro. The shipments of cotton yesterday wrrc 1449 balef; since S'lUrcber 1st. 1C6 406 tale, against lC.", hales at the same time lat year. Slf yesterday wore 4"00 tales- Thb receipt of cotton yctenlay tcfro gated 107S bales, ajiiuciit 2285 bales at the aame time last ye-; since September 1st, 109.506 bales, faict 2!0.005 bales the corresponvlir.tr, day lust srason a decrease of 40.539 b... btock on ham', running ac count, St,0.'4 bi'e. Several ot thi eruan ewpaperg pro scribed under Ramarck's ar.ti-socaliet law, ot only changed treir ramei, but were nold to other parties, in the hipe of preserving their circula'ioi ml ailveittsinx jatronairc but witfcoat kvail. They had not juWisbed a aingle dltiou nor.l, and it was m.in:t-st-ly their intfie t not tJ do o, and thry otf-red to give any icaraBteTthatmiahtbe rfqured, till the g-rert ment ub oluuly refu cl to s' 1ot the pHpera to bs ivrucd under aoy rawt or cb'actcr. at anync7nwct renew the panic ef l-'?'5 or the horrors of lllack Friday. And th's is 0 bt chiefly bc.ui-e the K-iubiitan party has re solved to her-p cp a superfluity of iLree hun dred and forty-ai- iril'.ior c!oi!ars of unconsti-tuti:-n:ii IcKal-tvtidi r. It the people of thi-t cC3.Viy, :if.d (I:- popl" of tlif e.iit und spilth rpec:.i!ly, ilo nut re;ike vry short wctk w.th 8'j.:ii a re.k! 'mint-y powvr' as this, we very much mistake their U-mptr and vcy prfatly overestimate their desire for a real return to th fold and silver money of Jackson nd Van Buren." of Commit a Ulooily Ilrcil in C'onaertleat, their Victim belnc Wrslt hy Cien tlrmaa, and the Matite KobKery. FnfTW Norwai.k, I)fpiu1er 27. ter rible niurdT wa-i comirlt'.ftl Bntan Rill, n ar th 'Cn of Noth' 'hi: fV'tiliig. The vk-tiin was Mr. cktilte, a w-tlliir nl'enmn rtrildlne on tue hi t. I belifvtvi the murder a cutiMnittnl by Irnmps, who t-llevl Conultc carried a liiri sum of ii.oiiet cn lil r on, niul hail conc?nl-d n Uit his-n-ar'j flity tiou rnl lrili.tn ami k.hs in tni h.ibll of hav 114 lan? sunm to cnCcHlril In preter e Cftnlhe !.M ot l'tn!c ?cl. Tr:! murilt-r was rtniinl'tl nenr hn le-litnc-, and hlK spirant, m. BuchHl.. th nl-o aitHcketl Ht Hit-same lime. The nn rilrv! man's hul was cut oi-n llh hatchrt, and 3 sinll wound. aiarMi maU with a knlte, wm lo-ind under the letl ear. t.rtiit excittnient irevalK JlOItK lCLOO!V M OICIk In liralirky-Proerras of AfTdlrx ita Urratbltt Conaly-Mrrlonn anil Ilssracerol nnHlnens &t Crab Or-t.ra. The new bii:'Ut. chuel whii h v.a dJi tated lately m lioni'', bus an vtidiencu rooui capabla of seating ul 0-it tUr. ; i u nl:i d, and is, a-s a correspond. ' veiy f mall com pare 1 withonri.'rand Atw-icin (fmpli'M and the cathedrals of Itilj ; b i' it compares well with Other evaoift-hca1 i-'.-iv-: gnf vro -Vip in this laud." It Las a wliile marble baptistery which will irxa t:n r.nrnv it J ui.it b always full of limpid tufr.i:--.J't r, nft. r tli ? nian Berofthf foiin ii s ..i I -r. A klnt letter trom one of the crlored m'iKrant from Sout'i (.'ara'ina to I.;beria gives this glimpee o!' their dtiiy life: "Pro Uion aie now plenty, b it Ui-y ar not v.ha we used to ea. I. w.-nt haul at Grst, tut we have (jot uneJ to it nor. CMlVe u plenty, and so is sugar, and so is yacia; but meat we hardly ever eat, ncept on Sjndays, when we have roast monkey tor dinner. It's niichty dry eatinp, and nee J lard; but that jcu can't git for lov or monev." " The boss liar on wheels" the MaJieon rille (Ky.) Tima calls bomj one, while the editor of a Georgia paper is xceedirjily ant ous to niuki the acquaintaiito of th: flabby-hearted, fl j, -ear-d plu who fluni? a brick through one of our Cifiice winJowg last Sunday niKht," and tl e Baltimore Ga:et.e rpeaks of "those distinguished yellow car, Hale, of Maine, and White, of Pennsylva nia;" aleo, of "Townsead, of New York, that venrab!e, nlCOth-bre crcs betwern u virile Punch and an apple-woman with the delirium i"rem." The con'u!-eiit ra' of tl e United States at Cairo in'ormi the depart mtit ol btate that the cotton crop ot Eytt for 1678 will fall fa: short of theainual avi rage yield, and that the quality of thu cotiou will b; Tery inferior. It is estimated that the pres ent crop will not yield more than one million two hundred thousand quli ta's of ninety nine pounds each, while the exports of cot ton from Eypt during th th;ee jrwdir-g years averaged two tnillioa i iuu hundred thousand quintals a year. Tu a great failirg ofif in the cotton crop for 173 was caused by the lowneas of the Nile last year, and its un precedented overflow this year. Two million acres, or more than two-fi th-Jof all the ara ble lands of E.ypt were kundated in Sf' temb.'r ol' this year. This inundation in cluded most of the lands of lower Kypt, which were planted with corn and cotton The former crop was almost all destroyed and the latter mi c itj irtd. Lorisvn.I.K, December 27. The Courier' Jtmrwil't s;-mI from Krank'oit. KentMctfT. sTS Hal i. vti or MTrarr h ivin tweivrd. rv a peclal nies-ttiir.-r. Ihe . ihth h mlnK tli.it Ja'ues W. Llii- deii lud Uwn dul eJHtd 'n lue of liroathllt counly, 1S.-UW1 an i Mtrwcirdet? to hu'n his cuminl-Hon. Another f'ren stamrurd. Kcntu. ky. recc- ved at ten loc ti -iiitlit. suites that a rtUnraetftA row oo- currwl at Craj Oichard last n!i:lit. In wliUU oni clHwuit Meyers and the Carson brothers were the r.lnr rloia an old crudie brintrliie ih-m toeeiuer. A'terili lirlng couniifii-ed Ixrtrt sides were tvln- for-e I. and sums forty shots w-rn ex'hance 1. t-hot- guns ana ns'o ini usea Meyers s shoulder wis ii ra l shot to i iKo-s, and liave irso.i whs sert- o .sly wouHriml. H ilf " dozen others were more or less nijri. it is rea;ed the trouble Is do: yet o?er.. A tJl KKK NTOKV. A nprriti nink rssncrr l.osi n an Iuiinonrly MtoftVd PocaetDosk at 31idday in the H tree Ik of -cw Vork, bat Don't Hdoiv How it was Ioue. Nfw Yohk. D-'retilier W. Th Imnorfers and Traders b.-nt; tiiHsercer. wh leon his war to th! cl" i nw;iw sh, bi-tweeti tialf p,i-t twelve and one o '. mis aneiiinoii. i-st Hie in'cKet!M'Ok which cuiitalned the exehans" wit tile cieanbKho jsb. The lenticular, as r.a r.iti-U by Mr. Herk'n. the Csshter. are, tnal therevuar uienenevr bi-liR absent, this man. who has been In th elnoior ol the b ink t r twelve years, whi c illej to cariy Hi- e ha. es to the i ie .nnciionse at me corner ot fine anil has.n .n streets. He put ttm pucdeiooi k u"der I t-coat, but ii I In tn nikle co it-pocket, a. id lefi the bank, hu c.'inoaiiled by u siieelal ollieer of Ibat lntlnitl jii, i n niess-iiKer statetnat be fell the inrk-iee as oe ws t HS-Ira; a stoie. ouse, but that when heirot to the e.eailochuuie it was oi:e. Tue oiheer's story cor- roooraies mat or the messeiiKer. and he fuilher stat s that lie sw no mi9ii;ious tieisnn tiear. i he t k contained c.eailinrhouse o rtlllcates am .untln lo one hundred a- d sixty thousand dollars, tort)-tvo inousaiKi hum nutitiie'i noil irs in so n certitlcaies six ihoiisand seieti hundred and liUy-livs doiUrs la currer.c. and sixty-seven dollars In gold. All except the clerinihousecifi be used. Too :set :al loss Is dbout ti Tty tho is iod dollars. The bank oilers five thousand doi ars reward Icr the recover of thofuDds, ri.ileriiitetident V! ailinir said he was suonH of the n I' loo ttir.l the pocket b iok was lost, not stolen. t'asSler Perkins expressed the same belief. uknekal m:y,s. A Haytlan Tovrn Swept Away by the Sudden Change In the Channel of a River A Murderer Onickly Done I'p on a I5pe. . A Firtt-Class SIurd?r at a Church rcsll T.il Suicide of the Austrian Con ful at 'cw Orleans Still Ifnntlnr; In Tennp'see. A St. LoniS Doctor the Caiise of a Jnicy Social Scandal "Bonanza" Jfaekcy, of San Francisco, in a Similar Scrjpe Current Home r.na Foreign ewg. snrs hsve a soect-1 report. Havlr.e taken testimony tn rtard to sani. we are of oe'nlon lhat the ttaw has been defnuidd, and thereby request the dlsfrtc! attorney to hie an Information against the said lieo. W. Dupre, stale printer, for obtaining money or warrants under false pieten-es. "WALTEK Pt'fie, Foreman " Annxed to the report is a bill of the Stnte prlnU-r. datrd March -JO. 1 H7K. tor thirteen thou sand nine hundred and sixty-three dollars, upon which the rrwecessors of the present grand Jut ie p Tted in Inly Inst, leijuesllng the governor and at teney (jenenil t i !ov-stl te th cse. fo action h.is 3i far hern reported in t!i maitr. w'llch, iiow eie', Is la the tiiDds of tiie flMrlct attorney. HIIEKJIAXV FKT BANK Aliened to Slake 9.000,000 la til Jleolhn by t)io l'B of th; Jtoaets or the t'niteii Mtatra, A hlle the Governtnent wa Pay ing IonbIe Interest. it vi ;i:oiu: iti.AKii: lioes lo n in the (IiIeaKa Fidelity Mare Drpunit Vanltw fur a t on hlderab'c Amount of Mtainpn. and Tries tu Hide UimseiT. Cnrt AfiO. Ducember 27. The manaeors of the Fidelity safe depoit vaults were somewhat dls lurbed this atternoon by the uiiu ual absence of iietrge A. t lak'.e. assls'ant custodian. wh for krnne yea's has been the only man p s-essing the e imbl na.lon of 111-special denosit branch or t ie vaults. I'p to a late hour to-nl, h: he has net ben tound, and usptclou which, however, liny have i o loun d tlon. Is eiitettained that Ire may have violated pis trust ami ..bsoonrjed. The ani..unt of proee iy In the stMClal vault Is a mutter of secuat on. It ulgtil have been very large or very lhSigulilcaut. LtTKR. BUkl ws tound by the bank policeman on ths Went bide to-rluht. a- d coniest-ed that, under fli an clal pressure, he had abstracted a package of abjut me v due of o e thousand doilais. Intending to re turn It. The vauit wHsopei.ed, and the contents, with this exception, wereli.tact. LATEST. It Is ascertained this morning that George S" Riakle, who robbed the speil-il dcfioslt vault or the Fidelity rensit bai k. t. -on three thousand dollars, chiefly In bon-is. 'f Ibis amount elirbt hundred dollars have been recovied, and the otU.-ers expect to gtt more. AVASHlAUTOA'. A Day's Doings at the Xational Capi tal In the MidNt of the Christ mas Ilolidai) a. The younger a country :s, fays the New York Timet, the n.ore marriages there are in it. Naturally, therefore, our country ex ceeds any state in Europe in its connubial tendencies, though these are slowly but steadily declining with our prowing year? It is said that here there ore over J-OCO tnai- riages in each 10,0OJ of our populat on; in II angary, 5475; in France, 55CR; in England and Wales, .WJS; in Austria, "271; in Italv, 5270; in Denmark, 5191; in Germany, 510 in Norway, 50C5; in Sweden, 4H-V2; in the Netherlands 491-; ia Scotland, 467; in Belgium, 4 tU; in Switzerland, 4 2, and in Ireland, 4-513. These figures controvert por ular opinion. It is generally thought ttat Ireland is ono of lh? ie.ile.4, and Frame one of the least prc-matriinoLui lundj, ar l that tier many is pi rt.cularly dietinL-uishcd for conjugality. We art." always he. irinj c f German doroestiii:y, Uerainn aUachment to home, and the like; but the Oermans a a people arej not by any means painfully domestic. Washington. December 27 ColoDel Fred draut writes General Sherman that re expects tole. ve Hiilacelphla to morrow to Join his lather In K'ln p. Subscriptions to the four per cent, loan to-day amourted to one million nine tbousaud six hundred and tllty dollars At the cabinet sisslon to-day no mention was made of the Germsn int-Mon. The President to-day said tht he was giving no at tention to tue collection orolll i .l renoris shwlng inHmliialloii ii'id f aud In the recent lecil ins In the soiit'jein -.tales for the use of the Teller comovttee, as he h id learned that the commlitee uad formally ref.istd to c-tll Ofiou him tor such Information. The following Is fu nibbed by the tieasury. hereto fore published. Tue bonds held by the treasury as tecuillv for de;csl-s In national banks have luc uded only the bonds he d In the ottice of the tieasury of the I'nlied S:ates mainly tor the scjnty . f Hie currency deposits, and ha r.ot tric'uded such boi.ds as aie held by the assistant treasurer i f the t'n te t states at New York and In theortlceof i he secretary of the treasury. The bal ances tfMliv In the natlor.a! banks are: Coin, 34 :w2.:t'J7; ciiTency. Sd.lHO.Ulx, which are cover ed by t inted Suites bonds held In the three cilices aboie mentiime I, amounting to Sf.H.o.'t'J.n 0. At n .(me have tht deposits txceedett ihe securities Held by the department. Th- c i-e ot sdolphus Meier and others against the Knnsas picnic latlroad eompsny came up to-day In the supreme court oiin betore Justice Miller, usso c.nle just ce i f tin I nped e'atss suereme court, and Ju'ige H. Foster, sitting as Lulled St ites circuit jude for Ihe district ot Kansas. The case as pre eotet InvolveU several questions Incl'leota. to the forecios ira of ite morbage. but the main an utnent w as on the uiolltn t remand the case to tbii ntite ci'.irtor Kansas. The conit tojk the p.'.peif under advis menr. The qi;estlnn of revklnglhe traftlc couP-aet be- iKr-enine L niou I'.i-itic and ; dorado (nli Hi rail road companies and the Kan; as Pacltn: railioad co.opany iiiid its receivers, was set for hearing to- monow. ClAcixXATi. TnE New York U'or'd roncluJes a locg lead-r, on ''Toe 'real tuoaoy powtr,' " s folio "The treasury is alteady hec.iming, undr Secretary Sh'niai nmni, ulation, the great bir k nt lustitt'ion i.f the country an institutioi rro-e d nuerous ihtn General Jackiou b-lievet U, L':-l-d S'afos b;iLk over forty years ago. '1 he ireasuiy is to be a bank o ' isiud uud r -dempt on. with a circu lation larger than tiny nat.oh.il tanl in F. in land, Germany or Italy. It is to be the tu premi regulator of the currency, under tie admin s'rat on schm of redemption. Sec retary Sueiman is to b 5 the au'ocrat of ix-pan-ion or contraction. If business revivs, our imports increaie, the balance ot trade changes and gold dec arts, Stcretury Sher rnn is to say what mon'y thsll b? paid for duties, since he is to decide when to ttop vending gold dollars for greenback dollars. He is to ay whether two or four millions of silver shall be coined each month, and how much silver bullion shit' I i be purchased. He determine? the q iantiry j of filvir dollars to be hcarde 1 in tHe treasury, j He u to ms.ke money plenty or staice, cheap ; or dear. He is to be icvereitm lord and ruler , for us ever the cost ot co.umoditics to all who cse tLem, and ever the ptiee ef every rain's ' America i nropity. Ia his baud is to lie toe A Hoc Dealer llocsed by a Hoarxisb t'li m Arrhblshop JPurrell's Mtate meut I'roHperiiy In Ohio, In diana and ItenturWy. CfSCINNATt. Ileiembjr 27. R C Wheel er A- C ., th-eomnany bel g Omrles P- F.wb:i. en eae i In b lng and r -lllng hns o i commission iMMuht a iaii'e P.t of suk'k Iron, oifferetit parlies on t'lirislm is. give their ih cs tor liin same aid sold tni'in tu a o' her dealer on ihe same day. When the urigitial owners of the stuck prsi,t-it fieir checks ye-itriia. hi ihe bank here Wheeler A Co. ueios lied. It was f in d th t Fd'bus had wltmlrawn Ihe entl-e amount of toe firm's detioilts twenty-three thouHsnd collsrs-anu the checks we-s ivorihles. i lb. is was arre-ied and lmpri-oiied List night. He admits drawing the uioiie) and sals It was applied in tiiscuarguu otner iinieoteuneSH or the hrm. AirtHMshop Hircell makes public to-uay a state ment concer'iiiig his ti'iauciat alfslrs. Pi which he s that tor builoluir lots, clmri-hes. asylums, widch there are ovrr four nurtured orphans; torue senium. a; d ilssu port, and for v irions necessities he has had to ter und biir. w conldenible smu .f money, and Is no (irelty heavily in d. bt. He can iiut accuse himself with having sp-nt anything In w:slir extravagance, and if the imiie will not re ll-ve Mm from the duties of his oiliee. as reouested hs tnisis in ihe i:oim1ii-ss and ch-nit of th-5 cl-rgy and l.n.y t pay an. 1 n is slat merit Is nncie.it I leu'iest or a nuni er ot prominent I'atholle cle-gv, who assure Irru ol their u iltoj support in the effvjit tc pay an claims. . r upeiinieu .tut ss'irett. of Dun's mercantile agency. niv.n Jurl-l ctioii In tbirtr-seveu cou'itls ol S'liilUern Ohio. and ihirty nine c u ties In Ind! tna a. d K-ntU: ky. In an li.t.-rview reeaidlng tne c nier l.il trade 't the dii'.r i t, in ake. ihe follcwlng stae-u;eut During Ihe list Quar.er of the la.-t jear 'lure wer- two huiii:rel ai a th.--e f d'H'es. ag c i-fc' it:ni 11. .b II'.' -s ainnuniing to four Ullon dol iars I ur::ig Ihe co're-p ni.l ng hut! -r of this year there were m-i:l -teti tuliures: liobllltles. lour !e-n hu'.irin'd h;usand d.ill irs. Two of these all sw-io liH m ii a dc Co , and Aoae 4 Co.; llab il : -. elevrD hui dred iou-a . j cviiars." i Lcsdoc, ' tiruiit. arcomi Decrmber 27: t.x-Preiiiient snled by Minister Welch and Gov- Itaanc thuml seres', a turn of which uuy ! trntirXoye. wilt arrive at Dublin January Kd Tllden will Tcettrt- about the Cipher I'elesrruni". New York, I)ocenib-T 27. A Wahincr ton disput-h sajs tbnt mui-i J. Ti! len wl'l be or.e of the trst wltnes es called b-for- the Hotter com mittee when the house itis'.mc;? it to investigate the Cipher teleg am 5. Murdered at a I'horr Ii Festival. St. Lrrs. r)-ceml)?r 27. A special dis patch from Dcoto, Missouri, s-ys Monroe Gay shot Aaron M'Pete througi the heart, killing blm Instantly, at a festival of the C'jlored Methodist chinch of tiit place last eveUi.g. The murdeier was cotnmltied to J ill. lirlilrsh MolC'eriS iooe Wrong. TxiNPO. DecemV er 27 A ewr'Soonr'erit fit Kutam says an Afghan s filer In the British ser vice was hang-d for tiring to warn hts eouftryinen of the advance in Perw.-r pass. T. gbteen others were sentenced to terms from seven to fourteen years penal servitude for desertion. Kluemej er Jtuist Ilanx- St. Louis. December 26. Counsel for H. J. Rtemeyer. who was convtrted a few days ago of inurerl!'g Fianr. Vosz. an old Ge-inan, last June, to day moved the court for a lew trial, whl h was refused, and Judge Lauihl'.n setit need the prisoner to be hinged on the fourteenth of February next, (ulck Work in a 51urder "ase. Sah Francisco. D-vember 26 A Ji pa;cli from Vlct'irla. BrttlsU Columrla, says that on the thlrti-enth of D-c-mber. John Hod killed, tn a cow-nlly manner, i h.iinas O'Brien, at Fori Wrangle, Alaska, and the cll!z-ns tne.1 him by a jaryof his own selecilon, found blm guilty and hung him the next day. o ullty. (-nrcAoo, Decerobc 27. In the criminal court this aflemom closing speeches were marie and the Jurv h rged In the murder tral of Joe St. Peters and Mrs. B. . Olark, tor tne murder of ihe latter s b'.k bnd at Lsgrsnge. and after a five hours deliberation the Jury returned a verdict of not guilty as to bom. Another Man tione Vt'ri)ii)r. San Fkasowh. Tleceniher 27. William H. U. Smallman c.inim-neprl suit In the fifteenth oistrlct c- uit y sti rJa against John W. Maikey, of t!ie b inaiizanrni. t j reo.ver two hundred thousand dollars dam?ies. The compliliit alleges thst Mackey bad m ilntalnni.1 unlawful Intimacy w.th Amelia H., wife of compl tluant. l.uteHt Ti-oiu tlreathltt. Lorrsvibi.'!. Decerribrr 23. The Courier JtmrnuV special tn-ii'glit from Camp Taylor. In Urea-hut county, dated f.e teerity third, savs Judge Hand II has oiiencd omit. Ti ree of the Ltlt-ls were arresleil; also Allied Ganibrtl'. whose Imprisonment l d-sig i-v1 lo nuipt th'r.gs. The nrrests were made by the statu Guircs. 31 ore will follow, A llaytlnn Tnn sswrept away by the Creaks of a iver. Nkw Yoiik, Dirember 27 Ueports from Port au Prince. Haiti, say that man persons and houses were swept away by a river which changed Its eour-e and crossed the town or St. Lo .ts del Nord, bout three m les from Port de Palx, wh'cU Is reported entires cestrojeu. A MMkOO Asirstenraent. New Yr.iis. n,ri!iVr 27 Uiorhoff & Livingston, wholesale deale-s In drv good. 44 LIs- p?nar.1 street, m -.da an aslgiiiu-irit to day to Mayer S'as-nur. wPhout prefere'iies. Ti;e liabilities are one hundred and twetily thousand dollars. The as sets are larg. and li Is ibougut the lirm will ask an extension and ra-auie basmtas. Chief Moiseis CatJtnred Withontth Fir- us r a ua. San Francisco, December 27 A dis patch from P Hand. Oregon, says: ''Yakima, De cember 21. i Portl ind Voses w'th ten of Ills peln Ip il men have been taken. Moses and three of th-m are nowhere in confinement Scattering bands aie hastening In lo tne reservation, they say for protection. Iot a gun has been tired." Latent trom Cape Town, Afrlra. Lond'in. 1 i'ni'er 27. A disnitch from Cpe Toin, dated the tenth, says: "It Is stated, on irrxNl Hii'horitv. th-t S r Hsrrl-Fleer's coir inunlcf- Hon to thek'u-of Zula. Almond's di-handtnti.t of the ZuU arm, the cession of the St. l.ncis h iy. and the receptl -n of the Hntlsh resident message, had pit reached the king at the date of the telegram War U considered Imminent.'' Still Destroying rhNtll!s of the Jloon- Hhicersi. Nastjvilt.k, D-Hjomber 27. So"cial D'p ntv Collector James M. Davis arrived to day fr -m re cent raids along the KeMucky lines turtlier progress bavin" been orevented li h avy snow-storms In the mountains, through which they traveled with the i.t- most dill culty and tit ten tea with danger. I ner re port thedestru t on of six m ill c t rtsilllerles and th-aire-ti f twertv men. cititiirlng ainoi'g th number, Harvey BeatUe who h id iletleu the laws of the Unlied Sta es and the State, and succeeded In bringing ulm to Xu-hYil!e If lleporid arc True He Is a Very Uad St. Lorm. December 27. Dr. John C Glnn. a resoectable i. vsiclan of this city, was nr- rested to-ilay charged with raping Mrsl KIlzi Welx tn his office, 818 North Eleventh street, on the nine teenth instant, and was committed to Js 1 In default of bail. He asserts that the woman's charge Is for he nurnose of blackmailing him. while Mrs. seix tells a s'ralgl'tforward story and maintains that It true. M s. Welx has a blind husband, and came here with blm about two months ego from ailnneso- ta. bhe says she lias relatives In Chicago. Itlsmarrk's Tariff Letter. Berlin. December 27. Tne Provincial ComxitiMtcnf:, semi oillcial. reproduces Bismarck's letter relaung to th? tar If revision, ar.d rem irks that sh- uld tne system reco- meudel th--iein secure evenue from the sa ne. articles propo-iionat-iy as that derived by England and America, there will be no'hlng to prevent a ledie-tl ni of the number of arti rirs taxed when taxation is niuuo our.rensome. Th nrono-ed tariff will also be adv intaaeous in ne- gottatlug treaties of commtrje, as is-rmany can iu- tain coiicessiohs in reiurn ur reiinquusnmeut ui duties. A Uood Deadhead Avrrtlsrnnt for a kestockystuck arm. New York, l)eceinber 27. The Sun says: W. 11. Wlkon. of AbJallah Park. Cynthlana, Kentucky, has bousht from the stock farm of Col onel Ku-isell. at Aliiion, iiassacnuseus, six two-yeer old iroitlng colts, tne get of the eslebrated stallion Smuggler. The youngsters were on exiilb-tlo i to day, .ud were visit: d by many gentl-.'men Id-ntlfled with tlie improvement oi tne i ouitig siocs oi iub countrv. The olts. together with ih9 well-known trotter Mmuoinanle, will be sblniied tor Cynihiana to-inorniw. Mr. Loii l.ird has r-c-lveil news troni England that the famous colt Duke alagtiita is uo: likely to live long." Suicide or the Austrian Consul at Xew Orleans. New Orleans, December 27. A. Eimer Badt-r. Austrian cons'll and a large cnttoa buier. commlttnl suicide h droiv:itii' bnusoll' In the river, jh; cause wis fniancl-1 tii.oarr.issments. 118 was formerly ceosul tor Austria, Bsvariaand Baden, and, after the c 'iisolliiation of tte li-rinan emiitre. remained mninsul of Austria to tne llui garian empire. lie was deevrateu with sever, i ordeis. and abjut two yoars us", i tn- present emperor or Aus tria, v-lib the order or the crown. In IKiix he mar ried the then topular sonbreite of the National theater. Mile. Antoinette Feuunger, who survives him. Au Unsuccessful .Rebellion in a Mouth Amerb'ia l'rovinee. San FRNcr?co. D-'cmnerXV. A pa'sen- ger by the steaniT Granada, just arrived from Pan ama and way t oits, rrports that as tbetiranada was leavlriK MaratUn, bound noith. news wasre-etve.1 of a severe battle b-tweeu the forces of the clerical chief Lelma and thena'lonal troops uuler uener- ai rsjiulers. military commander ar uuadaiajara. Lelma. with his Indians, had captured the town or Tepic In t::e Mirw of the clerical paity. and there 1. el l blir'i carnival for foer days IWalsn held the road eidiiig frm Tepic to San t':as. I'pnn the ad vjnee ol hs adrrj. l.eluia ma died out lo meet mm but was ti tally ne'e itc.i, and the m .st of his kI hereets c inline,!, ot wLO-n eighty wer- imme tiat-'y hanged. The i slance of those captured, tl dining to have been rnrodliito tbe lebel sen Ice, were al lowed lo go t their homes. A. Mteamehlp aud Many Lives Lost at Mrs. New York. D 'comber 27. A London ruble sars the steamship hm'ly B. bonder, which 1 -ft Ne-.v Yvk on th-i rlgat'i ol Dscmb-r for Turks I nland and Santa o.iuiin:: -. founded at sea twj da s nut fr.vn sew York. Tal news ro.i-hd Lon con from Kit gsUM. .. n r , telegraphed by Lloyi agent, woo sUP-s tuat t.vo of t .e crew had Just limits) et King-tori. Wh t became of the passen gers, ollicers and the remain. H-r or the ere is not known or tr.e seamen tiicted i:p, but they be'leva ail others on bn irdo! tne stea.uer t j h ivf isren dr-iwriel I he passengers were J. A. Tassano. Mrs. W. E. K.t R. rroshi R. A. Friend. Mrs. i. M Casenan. Mr A M. ri'.orm. A M. Hoss, Fra Klemmer. V. M -lia CaptaluC. J. V. Kuehl. p-o ou icmlan Hccsmpustnd Eca nan, co-i-.m-itid-'d 1111 SonJ-r. and T. M. Deakeu wis first ufti.Tr. The crew numberej twenty seven men. The l.rn'.nlnu rsia.e ITliiter s f.aeri. Nkw OisLRAN". D ciut.,'r 27. Oj th". twentieth the grand jury made a spci .1 report r -la- live to il?e aiUg'it irrrg .le.rlt -- oi the f-te printer. By or-Vr of .iuog- -1 tip mcr th- r-pert wi-.s r.ot rear!. and le:,t tr rn i-ubUcavion 'iti'il 'r.ec!t-lct attnr: ey sbou'J ?-.. a t-d iip.rn :ie lr-'rn;tlons which it e-ictaV-.e Tr-.t mor:il"-i bf req-ie t o- the gni-.d j in, JuJ;e Wi'.,.ke. o. 1-ted the repft real, s lol (!: "The grsnd Jury t-e;; leave to report, It having t vimlned tue certilied copy of m-coum of Geo. W. Duire, gite printer, upon which our predeees- Wa8hinoton. December 20. An estra onilnary ssn" oce.u'rrd In tfce h"Use io-riay. but one tint more e!raoidlnary than the fact, which led to it. Just after the clo-e of the m lining hoi.r the speaker laid before the bouse John cbeiman's answer to a resolution Introduced by Representative Kedey. call ing for a statement of the balances on loan accounts staiidlrg t j tne credit of the I'nlted states In any riitlun,'! bunks, from March, h7ri. to January. 1K7H. The 'elter sert by the secietary gave the bultnc-son loan accounts with national banks de-po-ltoil-s from Fcbru--r to Iiecember !b'7X. This list showed an unususlly large bslancewltti the First national bank of New York, in t toiv?r reaching over M.i, (MO.OOtV Mr. Hewitt eiideavored to attention to this, and w?s piemc 1 hootet down by t e Hep'jbl'can members It will be remembered lhat tLis wss the bank which advanced John Sherman SrtOOO to pay the expenses of the Louisiana commission, which has been in other respects on Intimate terms with the ad ministration and has bad numerous favors extended to it In conmcllon with the refunding of the nation al debt. This makes ail the more remaikable the assenlon made by M-. Ilewlu, amid great Co -fe!on tiie ttepubilcsn memuers drowning bis v -Ice with shouts of ' Ord-r. ' Mr. Bewitt said this: Went I want lie woild to know is this, that there has been for six months au average sum or S 10,-(-,)) (HH to the ciedlt of the Uultd fcUtes at the bank, as near us 1 can make out " The prolit to the bank upon this trans Cilon Is placed by Mr. Hewitt atsSt.0U0.O3O. The government, at tne lime that tue treasury was peruil llng the bank to receive this profit, was paying double Interest to the same am Mint on two i-els ut bonds; one at tour and Ihe other at six per cent. That this is of constant occurrence In refunding tbo debt is admitted In the following Clans of the secretary's report: "The thiee mouths public notice required by the fourth section of the refunding act to be given to tne holders oi the 6-lii) bonds to be redeemed neces sarily Involves a loss to the government by the pay ment oi double interest during that itrue." The notice should not be given until subscriptions are made. When teey are made and the motuy Is mid into the treasury, whether It Is tent ther Idle durit'g ihe three months or depos ted with national bai.ks under exisiti-g law, me government, not oniy pays ltit re it on both classes of bonds during the ninety days, but. If the sales are large, the hoarding of la'ge sun s m sy disturb the market. These three things we e done then uudsr the order of John U. iniin lo one particular DaiiK. to wnicn nr. Hewitt to-day drew attention. First, the bonded debt was temporarily Increased. Tots Is forbidden by law. sjrconii, tne government lor three mourns paid ten iiercent. Interest on a part of Its bonded drbt. Third, lliis transaction h;s bs n so managed that the First nst onal bank has bad the used -:;il duo at in for six months for nothing, rue nrs. two particularly ba'a been widely discussed The last nas not been raised until to-day, though resolu tions ot tnoii-ry have been passed asking lor in formation on the subject. The transaction by which the bank bad this advantage, and mane this piorilof jSk.OuO.OIIO. was this: The tieasury sold to ir per eniatothe First national bank firasum In coin. which the Dank was allowed to re alj while an equiv alent sum ot cil ed s x P r emit bonds matured lrntlt Ih.-se called six per cent, b inds were presented tor payment, at the end of three months, the gov ernment paid Interest bora on tne lour anuinerix nercent bonds. The coin which the treasury re ceived for the lour per cent bonds, li wss expecting t the end ot three months to pay out in redeeming and taking til) the six per ce. ts. This coin the b ink. Laving deposited as to lateral secuiity six per cent, bonds, was allowed to retain. The bank drew Interest on the six per cent, bonds It had Ceposlted as co la tr.il, end had the use of the din deposited bv the treasury, "n which It paid no Interest. In otberwords. It had the use of this enormois coin balance for nothing This method by which toe treasu y Instead of keeping tn Us own custody this coin balance, let ths bank use it. explains this ills e.epaucy between the bank's statement of Its condi tion October 1st la-t, showl ig that It had ot ly about Srifiii.lKN) In coin in round numbers, and John Sher man s hlateui-tii mat just oetore tue treasury oe partment had deposited a much larger sum in coin there. Tue b ink took this mon- y. on which It twitd no interest, but f r which It had dermal ed c-llaieral on which the treasury paid the Interest, and used it In Its buiklns; business, nn.ss!blv In the pu-chae of called six per cen', bonds, which, at the end ot the three months named b. lueireail, ths bank, "Oi'.!u turn over to the treasury, oavlng pmtilec b a very saie transaction. Tueie Is no law reiiulrliig the secretary to leave this coin balance with ihe bink. ana It Is a case or most lax management that he should give any liscai cir ii., ration ttte adviitirage accni ng from a lame coin balance without requiring It to pay the government something lor its use ine oinicuuv ot paying double interest, com on ine onnos sni 10 get, me com io pay tor bonds c-'.lled. and also on the bonus called toemselves. is noticed In Sherman s last le- i.uit. and he r coinmended a ehai ge tn existing I iws to diminish the time before called bon s are paid fiom tlnee months to ten days. But It will be n t ced In the extract given above thai the use made of the colo held by thn treasury after It has sold the four per cents, and b fore It has paid tor ihe six per cents. Is passed over In a way which would suggest no alti-rn ,t ve but leavln-r tne money Idle In the treasury or I. ttnig some national bank ese it. riher- inHn has dorm Ihe last, to the Dioht of the b ink, 1 he law nermlts it. It does not euulre lc lnuul-y by Hie commlttte of ways . nd means will show whetuer a better jsrg ilii could not have been made. Till -s 4- nun T-v- rsl 11 I ri&nitusijUB, uu. OtJlee la Couipany's Building, Vo.41 jrailisonNtrcct.JIempbis. D. T. POKTRK. President. . 11. Jl'IIAH, Vlcf-PreMllfllt. i. f.K.l9i K. aeeretarjr. (JAl'lTAL M'Uk 150,00. 1UUKCTOIIH. D. T. POSTER, L H. JUDAH, N R CLDk! W. b. tilLFKEATH, B KISEMs.N. U- BKH'KS, JOHN OVERTON. JR. R- L roFFtN, U. V. RAMBAL'T. CT-Insures lui'ilnst loss ly Fire, Marine and Elver riskr. Bisks on Private Iwelllnss Especially eslrel. i!tt. RAINK 's agent r.'so for the following leudlnc Northern and Foreign Co-n'an'e. Worth Kerman, of Hamburg, (iermsay, nsshsitnn, or w Vork. Manufacturer-, of Boston, f onnert Irut KIre. of Hartford. Franklin.m ihladelplils. YESTEKIAY'S FIKE-CIIKOMCLE At Home aud Abroad-IIow it Cele brated Christmas at Ilnus Koss. and at Cairo, F-sy pt Eestroe tlori at lltfctc. HoNf Koxg. December 27. The fire which broke out here on Christmas, rcged all day yesterday. The loss Is very great. Cairo. Cairo. December 27 Abdin palace, the winter residence of the khedlve, was half destroyed by tire jesterday. aew ioru. New York, December 27. A fire io the Catbcl c iiiibbcatlon society's building last night caused a carnage of fifty thousitnl dollars, coveied bv insurance. The publication ot the Cuthutir World and the general book business of the society wtu be only temporarily lntenupled. Slaysville. St. Louis. December 27. A Globe-Demo crat special says: "The courthouse at Maisvtlle, DdKalD co.inty. missoun, was ournea yesteraay morning All the county records, except moseot the circuit clerk and treasurer, were destroyed. The property burned Is said to be valued at oue hundred thousand dollars." HU L.OUI. St. Louts December 27. Tho loss bv the fire of ttie wholesale hat store r-f S Lockwocd oc Co , yesterday. Is est mated at twenty-five thouau i dol lars, anu lsjcuveren or insurance in tne iiome "i New York aud Hsr ford. Scotti-h Con merclal, St. Joseph tire and marine. North British Commercial. union or London. Merchants oi ot. josepn, ana iui Hamburg of Bremen. ATARR IS IT CURABLE ? THOSE vho ht.ro mjITcrpd from the vftriouj anrl com plicated l'orms of disease asomed by Catarrb, and liave tiicU tnauj phyalcluna anrt ren-ertlet wiUiout rtlit I or care, ft w a mac auswrrio luj.qacsuua wun ujitiut:' able auxicty. And well thoy may ; lor no iileae that can he mentioned 19 ?o untvcrsally prcTalen and o cptrr.ctiv! la iioacn as caiarrn. tjroDcnni", a"hih ttic lantrs luliow tut nccicctd Cat 19 i.:iiarrii, DruoLUiiiB, irin u i, ConjrliR, f.nd serious and frequently fat ;l affectloiia ol pmn; fcuch nA rlcaint'M. Unpaired eyesipht, and lota ofsenso In raaixy iLiPtani eS, a cof-q or atmp c rrb. Otbtr eym tjiatnetlc affection, oi fimell, niny be rWv rred to as minor but nevertnpiee ftrious r-'BUita of noirkcu'd Catarra. baa enongn ia themselves, hnt as notblnp comptirod with the danper oos allcctlous isl the tUrout and lungs likely to follow. IT CAN BE CURED. IT can be curcil. There is bo doubt abont it.The lm ...Aiat.. r..itr .i.,t-,i. i nr HAWFoKD'a Radical 'rr. rou Catakhd Is bota slight eidnoe of wht 1 iny follow a pcrsisr cnt rise of this remedy. The bard, incrustcd matter that has lodged In the nssal paMagcj is removed Willi n few applications; llio ulceration and inflammation subdued and healed ; the entire mem''r nous linings of tlie head areclcansed and pnriOed. Con ttltutionapy its action Istliatr.r a powerful purirylng .igent. ricstroving In its cnurse throngh the system tlio arid puu'un, t)m dcetructive ugeur, la catarrhal disease a. A COMPLICATED CASE. Ocntlemcn. Mveae Is ricay ssfoTlows : I have had Cstarrh f.r ten years, each year with Increasing srv The Office and Sales-room of the emohis Woolen Hills BEHOVED TO No.306 Main Street, Opposite Iealody Hotel . wht mxi isfivnfissz wLicSet iMss.5.K- tarOKDEBs WILL BKCKITE TBOMPT AMI CABEKL ATTF.XTIOS.-H SilGE & FISHER, Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants, 300 FIlOM H On Hnd after this date otir Office and Warehouse will be open, fully solicit CONSIGNMENTS OK COTTON. EET. We are ready for business, and respect . W. uy. John W. Uillard. It. I.Coffls. Uuy, Diilard 3 f-AXFor.D's r.Arice,uii. joy ncuringisiuuy resiom 1 hnvo 110 r-uiioiatlc svmptoms, no cough, no dropping In thr throat, no headache, and In every way TjetU: than 1 hnve been for vears. I ould feel the effects c 31 A Kit I !. LkVIS-E NO ELS Thursday. Deecinier'.tJ.lMTr', by Bev. W. E. Boggs. pastor Second Presbyterian church, Mr. L. J. LeVin and Miss FTj-xf.n Engels, daughter of the late Peter and Sarah Engels, cf Memphis. NocrSs. CO0RT3-At his late resid-nc'. No. 205 Tennes see sneet. December 27.1 NTS, et 4:i0 p.m., Bknkv W. Courts, aged lorty-ihree yers. His remalus will be conveyed by the eleven o'clock train on the Louisville and Nashville railroad this mornl' g to fiusse Mile. Kentucky, for Interment. one nostril. 1 ha-f drcpplncs tn the throat, a very bad cougn, aeinmaso naa asio on oougcu m la-o n.-mi;iij lor It at iilgiit beforo being able to Uo down and sleep, and a constant drill pain in my bead. My heart waa at times so lull of catarrhal matt.T as to lnjnre my rense of nenrlng and compi-1 me to gel up several iinit-s In ilio uicht to clear it and my thioat Pi lore I could lcep. F.very one of these distrpssnigsymptomSDascis nnpearr d u iciertlie una of not quite three bottles of fiAXFor.D'sHAricCiiSE. My hearing is fnlly restored. pmfrs etur ot tlioCunEon my appe'tlto, on my kidneys, and, in fact, every part of my eastern. Vbat has been done in my caao is wholly the effect Of the Rimcal cF!Vr v crv r-'siiecTiuiiy, v. a. a ius-vji FiTCiiBi: no, Oct. 14. Indorsed ty a Prominent Druggist. T hrrrh- eerllfr that Mr. Law Tenco pnrchased the Rathcai. "Cukk of me. and from time to time made mo familiar with lilsraoj. 1 believe his statement to be truo JQ every particular. i;.c. tr. yii. l-ITCU-CEG, UCU 14. Kach nsckaen contains Dr. Eanford's Improved In haling Tub--, ami lull directions for Its use in all cases. lnce. ti. r orsaiu ny an win.it-i.aje ic..ii us-.-rnd dealers throiu'liout the United States ana Canniias. v.'KKKS & POTTL.H, General Agents and "rS'uolcaalo lirufc-trists. llostoii, 3139. OSI1TIM KY. COCIl BAN -August 31, 187. on steamer Hard t'ash, up Wlilto riv-r, or ye low-fever. (isoiioK Poe.TAL, son of Mrs. Theda and the late (ItorgeU. cocuran, aged eleven years and nineteen days. "Suffer tit le children to come vntu me, for of such is tJie kinfjdom of heaotn.'' liulher, sisters and brother, as one who kntw and loved blm well though In this dark hour the sympatic of fiiends cannot avail to lessen your grief I would say, re member the above preciotu. golden words were spoken by a loving Savior. 1 ostik has gone, and In the language of bis 1 ttle lrlend and pl 'yuiata Tommy, who at the grave of a little brother said: '-Don't cry, mother; It ta true brother can't come back to us, :.'ie can go to hln. Ii s will be wait ing and wntcV'ng at the bsautiful gate, and when you die be will meet aud take yon by the hand, and lead you up to God and say: 'Here, God, ts my mother, come to Lve with us In heaven."' Think of PosTiKBSof a beautiful flower- to? tender and pure for the chlliir.g blasts of sin ::inl sorrow In this world, and that his bright and L vii g f plrtt has fceei transplanted, in kindness, Int'; the garden of hl3 God, where he will cantlr.ue for. c-1, ure.anrt where, alter a brief perlcd of unrest, ,-. h.-ij Join hint "wilt re tbre ts rest for th wea-'." c. K.J. Wholesale Grocers and Gotton Factors, 260 and 262 TVnTit, st.. MemTjliis. M. L. MEACUAM. A. W. ROBERTS. J. T-. rOSTON. K. E. MKACHAM. EL iESATiB GTORS, WIIOI GROCERS, COTTON FA And Salt Agents. 1VO. 9 U-IOX STBEIX : : ; IS, J2 OLLINS' TE L EG R A 111 1 C BREVITY. New York. December 27: Arrived Steam ship State of Uergla, from Glasgow. Vienna, Detemb-r 27: A telegram from Tints says the anuer of Afghanistan arrived at TashslnU. Pt. Peterburc. December 27: The Chinese envoy arrived to adjust the difficulties between China an 1 Kussia. O ie-nsown. DecemWr 27: The steamer ! City of Chester, from New York, passed Brookhaven alurdny morning. London, December 27: One hundred thousand men are lnvo'vel In the Impending col lie: y strike in York and Derby shires. Be-lin December 27: The statement of the Imperial b1 k of tirmany shows a d -crease In spe cie of tlghty-iwo hunared thousaud marks. S.m Fruncisco. D-omber 27: Arrived Steamer Grenada. Panama; steam yacht Jeannette, Havre. Cleared German Dark Acdeferta, yutetis- town. I.ihere. December 27: Y'akoob Kahn. son of the ameer of A'ghanlstan, has come Into Jella- labad. This Is regarded as equivalent to suomission to the Billlsb. Ijonrlon. December 27: The bullion in the Bank of Kngland Increased ''44,000 pnunds dur ing the past week; proportion of reserve to liability. 1 percent. Lindon, December 27: The sfeamhios Erin and Necker from New York, the Pennsylvania from Phlladelf. hla, and the Palestine Irom Boston, have arrived out. Phiiliooriolis. December 27: Armi are being generally distributed throughout eastern Bou melia io be used in lesUli-g ihe execution of the treaty ot Biilln. Vienna, Di e"iier 27: The Pree fai s: Count Carte, ti e Itu't&n envoy, was authorized ti ass re the pint.; ana AU.iti la mat itaiy nas uo uo signs upo.i Albania." Xew Yoik. D 'cetnber 27: It renoiterl that a messengero! the Importers and Traders bark had bien robbed of a pacKsgs containing two uuu dred thousand dollars. Saa Fr.trcisco, Deoember 27: Jose Luia Osuma, a half-breed In tltiii, was bang! at San Dieto to day for the murder or John juuains, near ban LUeguIto last summer. Detroit, December 27: Hon. Juies Y. Jl7 has teslgned the presidency of the Detroit, Lnnsing an t Northern r.liroad. Atlred llardy, of Boston, has been appointed l i bis st.-nd. Athens. Decen.ber 27: Comman.ler-in-ebief lnautzo and fecretary-t.enerj.1 ot me interior .inc p iulas have be n appointed commissioners to nego tiate reia;ive to tne lutco-ureciau iruuiior. Lm.fion, December 27: Sir William Hav- ir fnimerlv a well known liberal member or parlia ment, and at one time secretary ot Ihe treasury, has beer, found droA-neJ In a lake on his estate In Berk shire. 0wesro. N. Y.. December 27: Tbe bo-rd or Kiiricrilsors report a dlscrep?n"y of fifty-five thou sand one hundred and olnely st ven collars In the accounts ot the late county treasurer, miner tx. Conktlng. S -n Franciaco. Darember27: United States Commissioner O'Byrne to-day belrl John H.Donald and w ni. Davis, to answer berora ine grand jury on the charge of counterfeiting, oa fl.e thousaud dol lars bad ea h. C:ui'ir,nti, December 27: O.ie hundred shar-s of one thousand dollars eacb. In the Cincin nati and Louisville mall line of Ohio river packets, were sold at auction to-day lor oue hundred and tll teeu dollais per share. F'sth. D 'ceraher 27: Bimnn are current of attempts he'r.g made on the life of Francis Joseph The Milce who ar- gu iruuig the paiacs of G ledoel loe, whera tne emperor, empress and crown prince are siendli.g the Christmas Holidays, have been increased. K imf, December 27: A srx-cial convention, with tlie object of organizing a Catholic hierarchy In Boiiila and Herzegovina, vlll shortly De signed by theV-itlcai an ' Austrls. It Is s at si that twelve new ca'-ulnals 1U be appointed, three of whom will be loreigneis. S in Francisco. D.cmber27: Rev. Joseph p. O'HOi-ui, Society of Jesus, p esldent of the Col lege ol tie tiolt Crofs. V."or.ier. lla-achnie ts. a ps r Ii) i steamer Grenada, died hi sea, of apop exy, I -emb r 15'h, an.l was buried In the C thulic cemetery at Acap-lco on the nineteenth Instant. D:t. ;5i;ll s ct'.t.i eyruo ;s a purely vefre Ublii c-mj incoceut :n natur,, and 0uuerf:il vnect. Fcir children it is inv till able, curing croup, whoopicfr coughs, etc., in a f t tv houis. Price, twenty-five cent, per botlie, or five bot!P9 for oDe dollar. To the ( Itiz na and Tax-l'uycrs of the Tenth ard. rpHEBE will be a meeting of the citizens of the J. Tentn Wa'd. at the comer of ilain and -outh streets, on next MONDAY night. De ember JtOih, at 7:0 o'clock. Matters of importance io uslll be discussed und ni-asurei taku t- nbate evils of which we have long aud unjtly sutfer-ai. COMMITTEE. NOTICE?. THE Co-Par. rersblp existing between Loals Frb and Philip Eib. under the l.r ,i of EttB 4 CO., was Qlssolveu by theoeathot P.'ii'i!,) Lib. The sur viving pariner. Louis Eib, bavin . i m vhased tne en tire int-rest of tbe estate of t'hilip Krb. win con tinue the business as usual uuder tl:e s -me firm. EJrb & Oo PltODLCil COMMISSION MERC HANTS, Xo. 328 FROST ST., MEM Til IS, TE'A'. Consignments will receive prompt attention. VOLTAIC PLASTER An TllertTO-Oalvanlc Hftttery combined with n, blirhly Medicated Ptrenffthening jPlajiter, forming tlie bet Plaster for poina und acbes In tlie World of Medicine REFERENCES. Dr. E- M, rikrr. Montgomery. O. Mrs. Fraiicis Ilnrriumi , VtrlaiK', Mo. II i&kt'll Li-wis. MiU'ord, Del. .lr. lat Uiif d (".onutin, I.yncLtburtf, Va. .7. H. S;imii:'., jq.. V Inona, Mimi. Min. J. A. Tuzzh-, ATcni(ni., Tvdd. 11. B. C.oocli, 1 cQ-. Ucwr(!o, Knn- Dr. AVularti Colih., liUL-krori. O. Y. HoEw!ck, Esq., Ml. Sicrllrp. O. Mr. i:i7 YoiiGff. Cambrttlijo, Mru-sau. rrancis Wa'Kcr, J-eq., Cincinnati, O. Mis. .1. M. KuMn&on, E. OrnnjrtoTt, Me. i. b:iircric'r.,Vftq.." liukpondi nt " OtflOO, N.T. Mm. Klira J. TJUilield, Ilunc, fJep. (iry, Jlcq.t Muiitlcllo, Mir.n. "lri. Civ.iR. lounds, Woodhull. III- W. 11. 11. Mt Kinney, Morrow, O. ?Tra. U. L. hirvcns.jport Way no, IncT Vm. ft. Simnw, Madisonvillf, K.y- Nn. K. lirt-di ll, St. Louib, Mo. &lortmir Lytm, K?q., San Franclt?o, Ca.T Add buudrcdi ui othcrs. COLLtNS' VOLTAIC PLASTER3 Care ti-ben all other rrmedic fail. Coplp of letters detailing eome Bfionisninf cures vnon nu oiner r-'inc-dtosti.ui beta tried without euccrfe. xviH ho matted frp Ha tiaL rorreprirondenco mav i had it dewrcn, For t?:e cure of Lame Back and weaknesses peculiar to ft-iimlt a. ccn.i.iN-1 Voitaio i'LA-tinuti uro superior to tt'.lour ciicru-U rcuieaics. PRICE, 25 CENTS Be e;.rei:l to call fr Collinh Voltaio Plaptsr left you tftt wtirtiii lmitaiion. hn,a nyaiiwnoi !lr :i:id retail drur:1fts ttirouirhont ti.e t'ntted Ktt tn 1 Canada, iiiui Vy Wi:EKii?i l' I'TK1, li uprit'tors, J. .-T'Sl. M Bro Harpmanii i ManafirtarerSi Importers and Jobbers of Cigars, Chewing, Smoking Tobacco and Pipes Mo. 280 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn. ... . . . . . . . j p -..11 nf nK. ..iirMiBul.a .1 PARTIES wishing to ptirchase any or tne aoove articles suouiu siretiniiui:.v.,v..., where. 1A)W PBICES and GOOD GOODS ts our motto. 1. 31. 11 ILL. TO. H. 91 ITCHKbl. HLL MITCHELL Wliolesale Dealers in BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, 322 1-2 and 324: Main St., Mempliis, Have a full Stock of NKW GOODS, which they Invite their Friends and Customers to examine. J. W. CLAPP, JB. A. ii. TAYLOrL W. L. CLAPP. g. h. mmm & co.. CHAMPAGNES. 1877 Sold 35,STOCases l-J,OOt t'HRCM More thnii any Other ltrand uf clii.iuasne. if?- TOE BKST 13 TUE CHEAPEST. ! FRED DE GARY & CO., N. Y., General Ageats. Sele Agents for Memphis, FURSTENHEIM & WELLFORD, 17G Front Street, who will supply Ibe trade at lowest wholesale figures Olapp & Taylor, SI CCJESSOliS TO J. S. IIATCIIKCJC & tU BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS BLANK-BOOK MANUFACTURERS AND JOB PRINTERS. Constantly on hand a Kull Assortment of Offlea and raney stationery, Meliool and Miscellaneous Hooka. 315 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS NAPOLEON HILL. A Ii!eor Tarrant's Selizer Aperient lias removed the agony of rheum -rism. and Its "con tinued use entirely healed the patient. Rheumatism Is but little understood. Some empirics resort to embrocations, which are reauy damrsrous. It Is now acknowledged to be a blood disease. re-u!tln fr im acidity. Tbls ape lent corrects ail -uch a -ldity. and tha-i cures the disease. All rh?;im itlc suffereis are advised to try It. HOLD nr ALL rR vgotrts. APOLLIMRIS NATURAL. Mineral Water! HIGHLY EFFERVESCENT. API'ROVEDbythe Academic rt- t'.'scinorFmnce, and Its sale In France authorized by special order cf the French (ioveniment. Recommended by the highest ME fUOAL AUTHOR ITIES In New Vork as "a gre-.f relief for sea-sickness." " A dellghtrul beverage; ril'-Jy antacid, most grateful and refreshing." Far supeilT to Vicny, SePzer. tr any other." " Absolutely pure and wboleso.ne. superior to all for dally use; free trom all tue objections urged against Croton and artificially eer:itiil waters." " Imoreirnated only with Us own a-." " Healthful and well suited lor Dyspepsia and case ot acute disease, and w here luere Is a gouty diathesis. ' " By far tbe most agreeable, rilone or mixed with wine; useful In Catarrhs of Stern, r.-H or Bladder, aud In tniut." Not only a luxury, but a ne-.''tv." To be had of all Wine Mereiia'ijj, Grocers, Drug gists and Mineral Water Dealers throughout the bolted states, and wholesale by FItK!K UK ltC;V&CU, SOLE AGENTS FOB THE U. :'. A.D CANADA, N'oh. 41 aud 4.'t Warren tt.. Vew York. Every eennlne bottle beets the registered yellow pictorial la'jt 1 ot tne APOLLINARIS COMPANY (LIMITED), LONDON Vf. V. BON 11. W. K. LFKin Attorneyn-al-- It It l WSiKVll,F tw. Ti'.KurNMKi: W. A. FA 1BES, (dL'CCESSOR TO J. B. AND W. Iealer In A. F AIRES ) 3JUE-E3und IITJMBHTW, Steam Printers, XdtliograTsliers, AND- Blank Book Makers, 15 Court Street, 31 enipbia. Tenn. CS""rlers will receive Prompt attention. mm C'f r OF HAHTFOK 1), CONN. Office: COR. MADISON & FfiONT. Total Assets, S(J,71U,b.: 77. TNl'RES against Lo ses by Fire. i ilclleii. . I,K 4. T Til KH, Risks So- Atent. rrrateex Sale 55 I'nlon Ht Xeer f-untotflrr. AGdOD selection of all classes of Horses nd Mules constantly oo band. Everything sold by me guaranteed as represented. Orders solicited. TY virtue of the power conferred on me by a Deed I ot Trui, executed to me as tnstee on the first dav of Sei temlw-r l7:t.byU L. Bilnkley and K. C Bilnkley. which Is f leiord In th' Meglst rs oUce of Shelby county, Tennessee, In Book 97, pae 414, 1 will, On Tuesday, January it's, l7tt. at 12 o'clock m., at Ih? south gtte of Court sauare In the city o' Memphis, proceed t sell, for casn. to the hlnhst bidder, the follow Ins property, to Ait One iiiijiv'.ip-d half of part of lot r.f.K. part of bayou lot 4x I : tieclnnl- g at the sou::iwe-t c ener ot Mad son and Im-Sho streets; thencs west with the soutl Hide of Ma lison str-et 1-tlA. f-et: thence s..uth - nd parallel with 'eM.t -.tre-t 14X1 feel to an alley the'iceea t 1 t'dv leet to I's it" siroi ; tuencewltn west t!e ol D -lo rtreet 14fl2 feet to Medlao s ie t. io the ii-lr.r.ln. - ils '. one und vnled o. e-bair intere-l In let No. pad of ot I'd; biiining 'i tne i-ouihwei'. cjroer of Sjco:id i'lid Uay so streets; t.ier.ce with ijam-o sir-it w tt 14x1-2 f el; . he'.ce south HI f-et; thence east and .iKia'le-. wlta ipi-o str-el 14Hbfeetto S-c .t-.ti s'.'er ; t. iei.ee witu tlie w -st slie or c;cO"d street l feet to "iayoso su-ret, to the beginning poli.t. I l,is sa'e Is irate at ti,e retjue t rf fee beneOdary, de'eul; hiv'og been mmie in the parment of th debt secured by the deed of tiu-t. I he title tj tne propertj Is believed to be perfect, but I will ell aud convey only as trustee. Equltv pf redemption Is ex pressly waived. K. M. HF.AbN, Trustee. , FONTAINE, JLKOSE HILL Cltt HILL. F0NTA1I onFac ors&W liliiiiiliiiiiici's AGENTS FOB THE CELEBKATED 23. nATi -er-m-Ft GQKSQN-GrXJST. Nos. 296 and 298 Front street, Ztlemphis, Tenn. PRATT, IRWI N & CO., WHOLESALE bsTotions,Eosiery MEN'S FLUXISlTe GOODS, :J29 MAIN STREET - - JlEjll'llIS, - - JiAirs aini The Onlv Notion Jobbing Honse in Memphis. C. L. BYRD & OO a a Jewelers and Silversmiths, 275 Main Street. B. J.S EMU 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Copper M WIUIQ! BOURBO '1 C2 'sjrv k",- n Q I SPRING OF 1873-,7C-.'75-,73--,77' MiXmm Si I FREE AND IN BONDi list!