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TJELB MEMPHIS D.AJDL.Y APPEAL THUESD AY. DEOEMBER' 4, 1879.
S THE FUTURE .OP NEWSPAPERS la Nt In NatUmal Stwi Clerl Hsaae. bat la Individual Katr prlae The Hsat BaeeeMfal Papers Ta-day are those that It their Bead era La teat News. New York Graphic: 'Some newspaper proprietor, connected with several provincial press assoc ations are trying: to induce the Now Ytfrk Associated. lreB o unite with them in establishing a central Oice or agency in New York, for the interchange of domettic new collected by each tributary association, and for joint foreign service. We are sur prised at tuo proposition, and we are still more .Tirpnw d to learn that it receive the favor of certain newspaper publishers, who in the past have been creditably dutingirKhed for sagacity and enterprise, for the proposal means simply making a step backward. The whole tendency of business of late years has been toward segregating and individualizing the enterprise of newspapers. As a rule, those papers have been ok tt successful which have catered most liberally to the wants of the public, and . which Lave employed most fircelj the facilities afforded by modern development and invention. ' Is old days, long before the ocean cable, it was well enough, even necessary perhaps, for the few daily papers then existing to pocl their resources anu co operate for the collection of staple current latelligence, such as foreign news and Waihinvtoi reports. But pony expresses and carrit r-pigeon service .are scarcely remembered, now that the telegraph reaches out by land and sea to every .habit able quarter of the globe. The cost of tele graphing has also so preatly cheapened that strong papers everywhere rely upon their own epacial telegrams; and it is not strange that papers of this class are begin aing to see that tha decaying Associated Press system has co raj to be a burden upon them for the benefit of provincial papers in small towns and impecunious papers in big cities. There is no longer any possibility of monopolizing intelligence through the medium of combina tion. Formerly, the franchise of member ship in the New York Associated Press sys tem was by itself alone the largest item of value among the assets of many newspapers, for the reason that a newspaper could not exist without the news, and it was not possible tot new paper to gain admission to the Associated Press except by buying out right some paper already in. But the estab lishmect, a lew years ago, of the National Associated Press in ODDOaitiou to the hvdra- headed and incooeroous system of main and tributary associations operating in connection with the New York Associated Press has chansed the whole aspect of affairs. New capers everywhere are freely admitted to the new association whose rivalry baa become so alert and successful that even prominent members belonging to the old c ncern are compelled to concede its superiority in some leading ana aiaungu a lea features ui jib ser vice. The National Associated Prers ushered in the era of tree trade in news, and as a consequence of the revolution which baa taken place the strongest members of the old association are getting ready to cut loose and rely on their special dispatches, supple mented, if necessary, by the condensed ana ably edited reports of the National Asso ciated Press. It is weak and impecunious Diners alone, with the little Dspers in pro vincial towns, that cannot see the drift of things fin this matter, and tbey clutch at and cling to the old monopoly idea as if their very existence depends on the -is sue. In the newsDarjer business, as in every thing else, the raoe is to the strong; and henceforth papers which wish to keep the lead must follow the example of such able bodied dailea as the N-w York Herald and Tribune, the Chicago Timet and the Cincin nati Enquire. If your -esteemed cotempo ranes from Chicago, Cincinnati, Bo .ton and Pbiladtlphia, wiio nav- jut gathered here to talk ever the project of a newspaper clearing house, or some similar contr.vance, as a rem edy for the crowing evil of special dispatches and the inroads ot the National Associated Press, would now go home resolved, each for himself, to liberally u-c the .telegraph on his own hook for the next year or two they might, all of them, at the end of that time, be in better position to kuow just what sort of a scheme would be both feasible and effectual in enabling them to keep pace with their rivals." !1A WAJB-TIJIE AFFAIR. .. The Facta of the Harder of Gea ' crsl Helssa, sf Keslaeky, ky (it a era I JefT.raoa C. O.vW, af la- ; dlaaa The Late Meaaiar - Mar tea a Wltstss af the Affair. Chicago 1'ribune: "There are several ac counts of the origin of the d fficulty between General Jefferson C. Davis and General Nel son, which ended in the shooting of the latter at the (Halt house, in Louisville, September 29, 1862. According to the statement of a gantieman now in this city, at that time an officer in the army, stationed at Louisville, Davis was assigned to the doty of organizing the new regiments, and one morning Nelson asked him how mauy troops he had Davis replied, 'About so many. Nels.n became in dignant, and said: 'You, sir, an officer of the regular army, tell ue "about" so many. It is yonr business to now1 just how mny." D.ivis consid ered this remark as an insult. Accord ing to another account theqnarrel originated in the display on Nelson's part of s prej u dice against Indiana generals. Before Nel son went to Lou shlle Captain Thomas Y. Gibson was acting as brigadier gwneral of the city militia and endeavoring to reorgan iz) them, but became disgusted and rosiuned. Davis reporting for duty at that time, .Nelson assigned bin to the command of the home guards." Gibson, who was an old and inti "inite friend, told Davis that the command did not exist, and he would have to recruit it: that it reauired at least two guards to each patriotic home guard to induce him to drill. Dvi then reported-to Nlon that he did not come to recruit a divis 01, but to command one, and refused to take command ol the home guards. Nelson, whj was a ty rant by nature and of a domineering will and overbearing disposition, used some hars'.i un tr u aire and cursed Davis as a coward. Davis resented this, and tuld Nelson he should 10 use such lannuage toward him. Nelson re marked in the course of the controversy that he would send Davit out of the city. Gene ral Dumont, another Indiana cfliier, who had been put under arrest by NeUon for the al leged evacuation of Lebanon Junction with' out orders, induced Governor Morton to go to Louisville and take part in the matter, He complained of the manner in which the Indiana officers were being treated, claiming that the State which had furnished the main part ot Nelson's army deserved a lew of the officers. The result was that Dumont was assigned to the command of a division, and General Davis was ordered to report town ' era! Wright at Cincinnati. Davis went there and was erdered to resume command of his brigade." He and Governor Morton returned ( t) to Louisville a few days afterward on toe evening of September 2M:h. At eight o'clock the next morning, when General Net son was in the ball- of the Gait house, (Jsa eral Davis approached Governor Morton, who was also there, and said : 'Govern r, I wish yoa to listen to a conversation l am about to have with General. NeUon.' Davis said 'General Nelson, a Tew days ago you took advantage of your position and authority to ill-treat me.' Nelson pretended to be deaf and told him to repeat his rematk. This Davis did. Nelson's reply was: 'Yes, I did: what of it?' Davis said: 'You threatened to . .force me to leave the city.' Nelson then called him a ' con tern ptable puppy,' and struck hi m in the tace twice with bis open - hand. Davis retired and borrowed a piBtol of a friend in the nail. Nelson, in the mean time, turned to Governor Morton and said, in a violent manner: 'Did you come here with that little to see him insult me in this nublic manner?' Governor Morton re that he had been requested to listen to the conversation bv General Davis. Nelson raid Br God. air. cerhaDS vou don't know who I am. lie then turned away, and was shot while going to his room by General Davis, who was only eight or ten feet from him. He . died a quarter ot an hour afterward. Davis was order J under arrest by General Buell, and con lined to his room in the hotel, but subsequently released and given a command. Tke Wanger r rrlvy-Vaults. "G. II. B.." iu tue Ll)fr ol laxt eveniug. gives the following very important results of his personal invettifralion ot the results at- t tendant upen decaying and decayed fecal matter: "It was with pleasure l read in the mominir papers the lonir-iooked-for order of our board ot health to have emptied, disin fected and hi led with fresh soil all privy vaults within the laxing-District. 1 say 'lonir-looked-tir order. as in lung years study and investigation I have been thoroughly convinced ot the tact that all contagious dis eases are the production of decayed animal and vegetable matter, especially, by the ex creta of all flesh-eating animals (wnich includes the human family); and al though having been satisfied ot the correctness of my theories on tbia subject, I went beyond my own aa well as others opinions. 1 maue a semi natural analysis 01 the matter in qucBiiun uutiuk luo iuuuui ui lune. this year, with nn average neat in tne shade; of ninety degrees. The result of my treatment brought forth one-third of ani- matcule, which grew to the size of maggots without fi deposits, and within eighteen days transformed itself three timeB, the last into A kind of moth. I also discovered that the older the excreta the more putria anu more subject to the action oi neat ana mois ture. Thus in the Inchest state of putrifac tion the animated flatter propagates iiUelt a thousand fold, wbiciA. when subjected to a speciGc heat and moisture, will trans form itself into a kind of fungus of germs Thalaena . Lunnaeus (micro scopic only). It is from these me chanically decompcs-:d exvreta. as well aa rotten eggs from which the almost . unseen moth comes. Although teJioos as this semi natural analysis is it is simple, but teaches us that nature's analysis differs from that ot Wo tniiut watrh the evolution of mat ter in its various states of decomvHX'ition (as result depends on treatment) to learn? wna m dangerous to life and health. I did nn w,9h to expound my private studies on BanitaU 0D. but a sense of duty to my fello w-men forot me to do so, endeavoring to impress upon every well wisher ot Memphis his duty to support our local board of health in their ordinances for the abolishment of our privy vaults. Let not in our city by May lnt be. found condemned cisterns, and get sewers without delay, and everlasting profit will be our reward.' New Orleans Times. 1 . A. HABLBPOlJtr. - Ol' hoss-plstol's hyard to beat. KUa nlggah across tiie street! Plenty o' shot, an' powdah too Ob my ! pa'trtdge, whey is you ? Bet still, robin, don't you St; Fixed my moul to' robin-pie Boole! missed him dar he go Tell jou what, 1 skeered him, dough Put mo' load In, ram her down But she1 cany I'm bean to town . Lawn? muss! v hut't aat 'ar? . B'liet. my soul hit a blgbrack b'arl People) whut I gwlne to do? V i. ' Ton letl ui an' I'll tell yoo? - f Bar e'd outrun me. Is'pose ' ' Bes' bang a-lose. I 'spect' neahgoes! Hoopahl Totehed him! Yuhdattuss? Keel so good I e'd almos euss, Mlstls' ol brack cowl Hooeel ' Ain't niy pap gwlne to work on ms? . Arkaasaa Notable. What has become of various Arkansas cel ebrities, more or less kcovn to political fame, is thus succinctly told by Mr. Smithee, chair man of the Democratic central committee of that State, in an interview with the Wash intrton correspondent of the Cincinnati Com mercial: Clayton is at Little Rock. He has an interest in a stave factory, and is also, I believe, engaged in planting. Iladley is postmaster, lie also has a small ranch in New Mexico. Baxter is practising law at Hatesville. his old home. . M'Clare is en gaged in the law practice at Little Rock. Dorsey is said to be rich. lie has a ranch in New Mexico worth a quarter of a million dollars, has several valuable mail routes, and keeps an office both in New York and Wash ington. He seems to be attending exclusiva ly to his pr.vate interests. Tom Bowcn. who will be remembered as one of our supreme judges under Clayton, and who was Dorsey' principal opponent for the senate, is circuit judge of the Leadviile circuit in Colorado. He ran for the United States senate last win ter, but was beaten by Senator Hill. Ho was recently a candidate lor chief justice and came within a few votes of the nomination. C. W. Tankersley, who was speaker of the house two si siions, is practising law at Lead viile in connection with JuHge Yonley, who was atio'ney-general nrdr Baxter." Ex United States Senator B. F. Rice is iieo practising law at Leadville. General Citte? aon, one of Banks's generals, and who was removed from the marohainhip by Grant, is keeping a grocery store at Chicago - W. J. Hynes, congressman at large in 1873, is now a leading Democrat of Chicago and chapman of the Democratic committee of Cook county. Who in Jtlm. Winslow? As this question. is frequently asked, we will simply say that she is a lady who for up ward of thirty years has untiringly devoted her time and talents as a female physician and nurse, principally among children. She has especially studied the constitution and wants of this numerous claps, and, es a result of this effort, and practical knowledge, ob tained in a lifetime spent as nurse and phy sician, she has compounded a soothing syrup, for children teething. it operates like magic, giving rest and health, and is, more over, sure to regulate the bowels. In conse quence of this article, Mrs. Winelow is be coming world renowned as a benefactor rf her rac ; children certainly do fine up and bless her; especially is this the case in this city. Vast quantities of tho soothing syrup are daily gold and used here. We think Mrs. Winslow has immortalized her name by this invaluable article, and we sincerely believe thousands of children have been saved irom an early grave by its timely use, and that millions yet unborn will share its benefits, and unite in calling her blessed. No mother has discharged her duty to her suffering little one, in our opinion, until sne naa given it me benehtmt Mrs. Winslow s sooUnuor syrup. Try it, mothers; try it now. Ladies I mttor. New lork city. bMd by ail ujiggisw, twenty-five cents a bottle. Kaslcratloa ta the MaBiMVlea Islands. A correspondent of tve Florence Gtizttta d' Italia, writing from Funcbal, in the Island of Madeira, notices remarkable emigration now coins cut from that island. A tew Tears aero a small numbtr oi natives oi Madeira made their way to the Sandwich Islands and were delighted to fand there a climate atd scenery very similar to what they had left in their old homes, lhcir letters in' duced others to follow, until at If s' the move ruent has reached considerable proportions The causes of the migration are on the one hand the increasing poverty of the inhabi tants of Madeira, irrowine out of repeated failures of the wine crop, and on the other, the fertile soil of the Hawaian Arcbi.pt ligo. the abundance of room for new settlers, and the encouragement held out to immigrants bv the covernment. which is anxious to cbe:k the steady decrease in the population . by bringing in a new element of industrious and fruitful people. DlBthcrlai Pennsylvania. DiDtheria prevails to an alarming i xtent in varous parts ot rennsyivama, particularly in Lancaster, Crawford, M Kean and Butler counties. In portions of Butler and Craw ford the public schoo's have been closed in conscauence of it. The local editor of the Lancaster JSews nas lost cis enure lamuy, wife and children, from the tell disease. Ibe Johnstown Tribune announces the death from diptheria of the wife and three children (all) of Mr. Wm. Grady, of Morrelville. A like case is reported irom riiuourg. in me country diptheria is more likely to sweep off an entire family than in large cities. In cities whf ra the board of health performs its duty the premises are examined by experts alter the hrst deatti, and tne cause ot tne dis ease is frequently discovered and removed. In the country an o.d drain, a stagnant ouck pond, a well or a spring, poisoned by matter from a barnyard, will remain unsuspected to thelist. . auehlaraa' Kew Senator. Ibtroit News: "Henry P. Baldwin, the new senator, is a man of agreeable manners, though somewhat inclined to the haughti ness that rich men are apt to indulge in. Tnere can be no doubt that he has more smiles for the rich and influential than tor the unknown and obscure a common phase of human nature. He is fond of display, and is perhaps as pronounced a type of the aris tocrat as can be found in Detroit, tie is am bitious, too. for office and lor fame. Ilia cul ture is not of a high order, but his tastes lie in the direction of culture and refinement. Prominent as he has been for a score of years be I ore the people, not a blemish upon his moral character has ever been heard of. His word is as good aa his bond, and his in dividual bond as good as if fitly millionaires Bad appended their names as securities. rtlllzlBar tke Haifltwrr. The sunflower is turned to extraordinary account in Lithuania. The seeds yield at first pressure excellent salad oil, and the residua terms excellent oil-cake for cattle, who also relish tho leaves and stalks chopped up. The flow era a little short of full bloom aro, when ooked. nearly as eood as artichokes, and are in tha warden very attractive to Decs. 1 be leuf well dried is used as tobacco, the seed receptacles are made into blotting-paper, and the inner part ol the slocK is manuiaciurea into a tine writing paper. The more woody portions ol the plant, wbicn attains great size, are used for fuel. The best seed is ob tained in the Crimea. As an anti-malaria agent the sunttiwer is most valuable. Sewing-51 ac!ilne. I have iust received a larare stock of Domestic and improved Singer machines Prices reduced. Merchants and dealers sup plied at the lowest rates. Knife-pleating done to order. u. w. kishkk, 203 Second street. A 15 AUDIT'S CRiaE. A Kecerd that Bead a Like a Iaa:e from the Newgate Calesdsr-The Secret .Oraraulaatloa la Callferala Known aa "la 91 am a" A. Desperate JSafllae. San Francisco Chnmicle: "Readers of the Chronicle will remenvber that in November, 1878, four Italians, named Koeario Meli, lg naxio Trepani, Joseph Biancbi and Salvator Messino, members of a secret organization of banditti known as 'La Maffla,' we e tried in the municipal criminal court on trie charge of robbing a countryman named G.. Penelli. in a billiatd-room on Washington street. The last named of the quartette turned State's evidence against his confederates, and the indictment against him was 'dismissed. The other three were convicted and sen tenced to termH in the State prison rang ing from five years to five years and six months. Mili Was the . acknowledged chief of the band, and subsequently made an un successful attempt to e toape while in the cus tody of an officer by throwing snuff in the latter's eyes. The siiutf was furnished by one Victor Trepani, who is now serving? a term in San (jientii i for the offense. The .Chronicle, at the time, devoted considerable gt, ace to the details cf the arrest and trial, ' . I . . r ii . l j and uuuinuui uriuieH 01 uia uesperauues, and i he articles com in; under the notice of the Italian authorities has led tz a requisition for the extradition o Melni aa a fugitive irom that country. !The demand was made by the Italia micintei - on the twenty-ninth of August last, and P. resident Hayes there upon issued the necesaary papers for his ap prehension. Si?beeque ntly Signor Diego Ba rillis, the Italian const l at this port, filed with United States Com missioner O'Beirne an application for his surrender. The appli cation contained the following charges of crimes committed by the fugitive in the district of Lentini, It aly : Robbing Gui seppe Sersfani of a gixn on the twenty-ninth of March, 1866; robbing Angelo Gindici of money on the twenty- ninth ot April, 1866; robbing Carmelo Cuz-.'etta. Angelo Salafla, Guiseppe Cozetta and Salvator Salafla of money on the first ot May, 1866; robbing, under threats to kill,' Caaree DaLaca of movey on the second ol May, 1866, and on the same day robbing Sebastiano Niftab, Carmtio Traponetto an6?Guiseppe Castro of money; killing Vincenzo Galabta on the eleventh of March, 1867.y inflicting wounds with a knife. He was in dieted for murder and robbery, convicted an-d sentenced to hard labor for thirty years. Subsequently he es caped from prison and came to America. The . prisoner ' was ' brought from San' Quentin yesterday on a warrant issued by the commissioner. A number of witnesses were examined by Sid ney V. .Smith, who represented the Italian consul, among whom ,-was Police-Captain Stone, who testified to his arrest and convic tion. Commissioner OVBeirn read the charges contained in the affidavit of the con sul, and informed the prisoner that he would be remanded to the custody of the United States marshal to await transportation to Italy. sThe prisoner remarked with a smile, I will get away and come back again. The prisoner was thereupon remanded to the State prison for safe-keeping. The papers in the case will be forwarded to Washington, and if the President considers the evidence sufficient, the prisoner will be delivered over to an agent of the Italian government. It is claimed that there is evidence sufficient to convict Ignazio Trapani of the murder of one Catatanta, in the hills back of Saucehto, a boot a year before his arrest for robbery, lie admitted the murder to Captain Stone, and pointed out to him the spot where the murder was committed. " 'There is other evi dence strongly corroborating this admission. It is also represented that there is evidence in existence which would go far toward con victing him of the murder of another man in this State. Should Meli be extradited, it vill le the first foreign extradition from the F.tcific coast on record. The Plttaburc Klot Case. Hakrisbuuq, November 29. In the cases growing out ot me legislative action upon the indemnity lor tne Jtlttsuursr riots ot is IS, bail was renewed to-day by W. H. Kemble and Charles B. Salter in the sum. jof four thousand dollars each, and by FeterolL, Long, Leisenrint? and M Cune in the sum. of two thousand doJlors each, for their appearance at the January term, to answer the charge of corrupt o!ici.'t.ion. T. C. PARK & CO., (Late o Guy, M'Clellan &Vo.) Cotton Factors Anil Coniniision TTIe reliant, NOS. and 8 WEST COUKT STREET, Uuy, M'Clellan Co. Building.) - C CONSIGNMENTS solicited, and liberal cash ad J vances made thereon. GEO. N. PAINE. L. V. DIXON. G.N.PAINE&CO. Dealers in COKNEU Vance & Lauderdale. K FORTUNE QUICKLY MADE. MO!VEYbu been made more rapidly within tbe last few months in "Wall St. than at any period since 1873. Immense pronto Have been realized from small investments. The foUoTring affidavit explains itself: Penonally ippenrtxt bfnre nfl George A. Payne, of 1M W. 49th ft. New York City, to m known, and oa beluc duly worn ms tb sit on an lu vestment of SCS placed with Thatcher, Belmont A Do., Bankers, and by them operated for a period ot two week. 1 bad returned, to me by the aatdJlnn $ft7.s3. big-od) ao. a. Pat. fttate of Tf aw Tot , M City and Comity or New York, f"" Sworn before me this 33d September, ItTOl J. B. Nokbm, Notary Public, 91 Doane St., M. T. Thatcher, Belmont k Co, accept aabedibere on their 1 per Sent, margin or In their ooocentrmUoii of capital, whereby a number f email anma of from 9tO and upwards are aggregated and etocke operated, Latest Wail tttreet Information sent free upon application by THATCHER, BELMONT & CO. B tanker, f U. Boa XWlt or 4a Broad Street, Mew York City. CHAS.KNEY'S 46-48 Beale St. la opeu, and at all times sup plied with the west of Heats, Vegetables, Game, Flan and Dressed Tnrltevs. AND BRADY KOK BtTHaNESS. HOOK & LaGRH.Ii, DEALERS IN tVall Paper and Window-Shades House and Sign Painteis, 289 Second St., corner Madison. K. M. AVERT. J. T. BERLIN AVERY & BERLIN TTAVING succeeded to tbe buisness of the late JL Win. I. Berlin, we will continue the Rental and Real Estate Business at the old and well-known location, No. SO lUAWIHOM STKKEt, where we Mi a 1 na p to see all our old friend and patrons and many new ones. Those having property to rent can tind prompt paying tenants through our otnc. It you wlHh to buy, sell or ex change, you should see us. Dwellings, cottages and stores to rent. AVKRi A BKRL1N. REMOVAL. TH TE have removed our store to No. S4 front VV mret, three doom south ot Union. We are receiving a full new stock of all kinds of r rrrleo. Tubai-ro. W Inra .nd Llaaors which we offer at tbe lowest market prices, we will be pleased to see our friends and customers at our new stand. G.A.ECKERLY&Bras ClioicB Groceries MEAT MARKET AN OPEN AMONG THE LADIES The brilliant, fascinating tints of Complexion for which ladies strive are chiefly arti ficial, and all who will take the trouble may- secure them. These roseate, bewitching hues follow the nse of Hagan's Mag nolia Balm a delicate, harm less and always reliable article. Sold by all druggists. The Magnolia Balm conceals every blemish., removes Shal lowness, Tan, Redness, Erup tions, all evidences of excite ment and every imperfection. Its effects are immediate and so natural that no human being can detect its application. TO OCR Friends and Patrons! ON NOVEMBER 1ST, WK WILL AGAIN BS thoroughly established In Memphis with a large and complete stock ol GROCERIES JD PROVISIONS. V and Increased facilities ?or tbe satisfactory band ling ot cotton. We promise unbounded energy in penaii oi ail business mtrueced to our care. C. P. HUNT & CO. Manhattan Bail OF MEMPHIS, VT1B AN ACTS A GENERAL BUNKINQ BUSINESS X deals in Foreign and Domestic Exchann and executes Orders for tbe Purchase and Sale of Local Bonds, Stocks aud Scrips. J. IjEVx, resident. Bvro. floLDSMTTH, Cashier. M Prrswrintion Frw. For the eneodv Cnre of Rom. inal Weakness, Ixwh of WaiihorMi. anu all rti rontons Vrornrhtou iy indiscretion orexcew. Auy iruKit bait the inimMiciitR. AilrireRH DAVIDSON t'O.f 78 Nomuu St., N V. J. W. X. BROWNE, PLUMBER! IS prepared to do all kinds of work In this line In a thorough and sanitary manner; elves especial attention to Sewer and Building Connections. Also, has a large stock of OAs) riXTI'BEH, Gas, StRura and Water-fittings and Fixtures. Puiuds. Hose, Bathtubs, etc. Baa a large force of compe tent workmen All work warranted. Agent lor tne nauaaay hinu-muls. uraers solicited. BROWNE, THE PLUMBER, 37 Won tli Court Mtrect, Mempliin SEED! Wheat, Bje, Barley, Cloyer, Herds, Blue, Orchard, Timothy, Cabbage, Lett ace. Cauliflower, Union Sets, Kale, Spinach, Etc., fresh and genn Ine, receiving by R. G. CRAIG & CO. 377 Main Street. Tree s! WE oner Inducements to parties resiling to plant SbiMle and Ornamental Tree and Kv- erereees. Our stock has been erown and carefully cultivated tbe past summer, ana never looked more oeauiiiui. urty uousana Asparagus ttoou ana i'j- rac&nin Hedge nanis, ail grown and lor sale oy K. U. CRilG & CO , Agricultural Implement & Seed Dealers, - 877 Main street, Memphis. Tenn. MemDMs Institute, 100 UNION STREET. Mm . TYLER, 31. A PKINCIPAL Jwha B. PerarassoB. Assistant. rpHE principal of this school desires to Inform the X nubile that he-will remove Wednesday, No vember 2t)th, from his present vises ot teaching at the Presbyterian Bom -. on Alabama street, to 100 Union street. This location Is Cecldedly the most central that an 7 educational .Institution enjoys in town, being convenient to Main street and the street can. The principal Intends that bis school shall bb what It pretends to be. a thorough school for bors. xnanaiui ror ine already cord ai renewal or tne pa tronage of his friends of last year, he solicits the general Indorsation ot tbe Memphis public Prof. Tyler Is a B. A. and M. A. ot that great southern In stitution 01 leatlng, the university 01 Virginia, and has had experience both as a professor In William and Marr Colleee. Ylreinla. and ss a teacher In com mon schools. He has lately secured th valuable assistance ot Mr. John B. Fergusson, a graduate of the Southwestern University ol Clarksvllle, Tenn. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Boys over 8 years, per quarter ot 2 months $8 Boys under 8 years, per quarter of 2 months 7 UPPEB DEPABTMENT. English Branches, per quarter SI 2 Ancient Languages and English, per quarter.... 14 Modern languages, si extra each, per month. session began Nov. I7tn; closes dune 25, lotm T. B. HAYNES. U. IT. HEREON. Late Formerly T. B. Haynes St Co. Herron, Connor ft Co. Herron, Haynes & Co. Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, OFFICE, 266 FRONT STREET, HEHPHI8 TEXNKHMKE. Liberal advances on consignments. Special at tention glvejitonumgorders. ESTABLISHED 1833. Strictly Headquarters FOR PURE DRUGS. S.MANSFIELD & CO WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, MEMPHIS, TENN. - MOW OPEN WITH A If ew and Complete Fall tock J.JT.KAVXilNOS & Co Cotton Factors And CouimiMsiou Mercliunts, 332 FKOAT STREET, IJD-altalrai. . M em ph l.vTenaiewiee Combined Capital Twenty Million 1NSVBE ! STURM with INSURE ! & HIRNCII, Representing several first-class companies, such as -the old London Assurance Corporation organized 1720. French Insurance Corporation. Scottish Commercial Insurance Company. LeHdlnir ameiican Com Dailies. Risks taken on stocks, countrr -stores and dwell ings for 8 and 6 years, at low rates. 2vl Main st. I (up-stalrs), STURM Z H1U3CH, Aleuts. lNwWS I SW'i nn i. n ' 1 1 iiifc.TKi"i r i'1n' MW GOODS! WE are now receiving by rail and steamers un usually larger purchases ot. the following BTAFLlK AND KArsI UUUVSKIlUi. Ocean Foam, Plant's Extra and Ashland Flour. reari Meal, Hominy, Hnisnna uaimeau Buckwheat, Graham Flour and Cracked Wheat Teas. Coffee. Swmn. Molasses and Sirups. Butter, cneese. Hams, Lard and Bacon. a run line or nam ana jraacy vrscKers. Preserves. Jellies. Krult Butter.5 lb and. 10 lb palls Cbow-Chow and Mixed Pickles, by the gallon. , Canned Peaches, Tomatoes, Corn, Pears, Gages. Appics, uranges, uoooanuu ana maisga urapes. balslns. Currants. Citron. Dates. Flesaud Nuts. A lull line of Spices and Flavoring Extracts. . LYTLE & SHIELDS, No. 218 9Iain Ktreet. Cathartic Tills Combine the choicest osiMiartic' nrincinlcs medicine, in nronorfions arriipaf-lw aA- justed to secure activity, certainty, and uniformity of effect. They are the result of years of careful study and practical ex periment., and are the most effectual rem edy Vet discovered for iliueAKoM i-uhumI derangement of the stomach, liver, and lKvels, which require prompt anil effectual treatment. Ayek's I-ills are SDeciallv ap plicable to this class of di senses. TIipit t. directly on the digestive and nssimilativA processes, and restore remilar henltliv tion. Their extensive use by physicians in their practice, and by 11 civilized nations, is one of the many proofs of their value aa a safe, sure, and perfectly reliable purgative medicine. Being compounded of the crtn-' centrated virtues of purely vegetable sub stances, they are positively free from calo ; mel, or any injurious proerties, and can be administered to children with perfect safety. AtFR's PlI.IJI Jir sin efFentnnl rura ty Constipation or Costiveness, Indiges tion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Ioul Stomach and ISreath, Dizziness, Headache. Loss of Memorv. Numbness. Biliousness, Jaundice, Rheumatism, Kruptlons and Skin Diseases, Dropsy, Tumors. Worms. Neuralela. Colic- Gripes, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Gout, Piles, Disorders of, the Liver, and all other diseases resultinir from a disordered state of the digestive apparatus. As a Dinner Pill they have no eqnal. "While gentle in their action, these Fills are the most thorough and searching cathar tic that can Iks employed, and never give pain unless the bowels are inflamed, and then their influence is healing. They stimu late the appetite and digestive organs; thev operate to nurifv and enrich tha blood, anil impart renewed health and vigor t' the whole system. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aye; iu Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. v SOLD BY ALL TRUOGI8TS ITERTWHIBS, 1 KELLEY&M'CADDEN WHOLBSALR -AND- COTTON FACTORS 41 4 Main street, Memplils. 37 Court Place. LOUISVILLE, KY., A mraterir riKmtnl n Icclly qwliBed phTWiu ul ttl most nuocMrful, tu prKUM wiU prow. Cores all forms ?f PRIVATE, CHRONIC and SEXUAL -TilS-EASES. . Y SpermatorrHea and Impotency, . the rtult of wlf-ba in youth, miiil eji-ew. In m. nirrinn, .roth.r cum, nd prwtuciD f lh fol ktwi.g ?fl!t Nerroasn. Seminal Kmitfioo. (night otiii ion? by Amm). Dimoi of hlght. Defecti Urn. J icmlDocy. Pimple. M fmee, Aversion tnSocirty ol .-n.l, Confuion of ldt, ln of Sxul Power. 4c, rendenn nmin improper or nnhiirT. r UioroughW nd prn:-j-ntlr cured. S'i PHIL IS PO"1'? cured "4 drely emdi.te from the .ysttm: GonOrrhSS , GLEET, Stricture, trchiti, Henu, cr itupluroi Piltawiil other private disemse. quickly cured. It in .elf-evident that a phy ridsn who py peeljl.eiituni to a reruia clw of disease, and treun. tboujanii annu ally, acquire, ureal skill. Phy.ici.iu knowingly Betorteo recommend prrnon. lo my care. When it 1 inconvenient t. visit the city tor treatment, medicine can be aent privatf.y anr; xaf.ly by mail or expire, anywhere. Cures Guaranteed in all Case Tindertalteiia . . . Con.mutiou perMaally oy letter free and Invited, Charge! reasonable aad correspondence, nrkc'ly onnbdanUal, A PRIVATE COUNSELOR Of XX) pages, pent to any address, securely sealed, for thirty W cnu. Should be read by all. Address as abovj. hoar, from, a p. H. Sunday. to 4 PRESCRIPTION FREE TTtor tbe .peely Cure or Seminal Weslmen, Ijot JC Manhood, Eremature lellity, Kervousneaa. Despondency, Confusion of Ideaa, Averaion to poo' ty, DefectiTe Memory, and all Disorders urougni by Secret Habits and Excesses. Any druggist has the) Ingredients. Audrey. DR. JAVUtb di nu., ISO West Sixth Street, CIN CIUNATI. OHIO, FBECSimUN MIKK TTVOBTHK 8PKEDTCUBS of Seminal Weakness, 1? Lost Manhood and all disorders brought on o indiscretion or excess. Any oy drugeist has inc DR. J aEjUES CO. ist has the lngre- dlents. ISO went HlTtn atnwt. ntTinlnnait. 00 llbllHilU uiina.iiiut" ihrlt li..lx;n?u I'ilg. If mrHIT fail. , . CiirH liumodiatsl relief , cares cases of onKSUna. ine in 1 tveek.ortlinsn ciwes in days. SB 1 a. bottle. Bol ,ld by al V,' . s.:i. ti. Kola .1 : . . .. T T MtTTVT, M i Pronrictor. Advice free in alt diseases. Coil or write. CAUTION Wmpper on bottle seffow print-It Mark. hat A'kiladLelvKM. lo7Uu Uiman. Jim otaar. yc-m e. W.rJONE3 ft CO.. Agents, 257 Main street. MINTER PARKER, Ileal Estate Broker & Rental Agent 89 MAIN STREET, Corner Madimn. MEMPHIS. SWEET Ckwiii ! -en TOBacco Awarded hvkr prfae at Orntranial "r-s""""" Th9 DB fi A . All! Kin. stirt-t traHtwiCTk l CKw: milHtM on roods. c thaU Jckman0 BM ! cit even nine. tlii bT All d rn. Sftirt Ttw I frr-n. to C. A. JJCMOM fc. Mfr. PrUfborK. IK. t. A. POOls IS the most successful and cheapest In Chronic and Private Diseases. OOlce, No. Mulberry street near Btale, Memphis, s a i i - D o I iC- P g itj - sq n gig j-n III -PI G atentttlCr. COTTON 280 front street i Our Shed is open and W. t. Bowdre. BOWDRE, MAL N.K.FAIRBAMIUCO. ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO, LARD AND LARD OIL! We would call the atlerHlon of the trade srwernlly to otir well-ksewa brand of Lard and Lard Oil. Some ainrrtpDlaiia maiiulavturers, unable to coniete talrly with us, are placing upon tbe market lrd packed .hart wrixm. tmtli Tierws and Market. We eBPerlmily call tbe at tention ot roDHnacraki the bove facts. Ul K Lard Is slnayit VULb WR1UHT. Weak that wa be sustained In our efforts to keep beacst goods In the market. Let fraart tin stamped out. N. K. FIKKNK A CO. S. VAilGPiAVFEILAiJD & SON, Rrflirr af I artt. and naofrtrer of Wlsitrr Mtslaed Iard -Oil using none but the best Hieam or Heule rendered Lad In lbs manulactare of state. w-lhtsi, ;0wdttiaw aud tonality Uo.ranterd on firry Psckae. H. 8. TAYLOR refiresents ns In Mem pals. POKTE R.TAIL COnON AJiD 300 FRONT ST.V MEMPHIS. IBJDUSTRIilL FOUNOSfiS, 31 ACIILMSTS MILLWniGHTS 89, 31, 33 and 35 Front street, corner Auction, Memphis. Stkam sawmtlls and bngine3 all kinds (or Smith Valie's Atles and Cam Steam Pumps, Oln-pew. plication. 3gr-t$taniboc sad fins tatloa tagr-bKNU UH LIKaCBIf DISSOLUTION. THE riRM OF B.L COCHBAN CO. WAS ot Mr. S A. Hatcher. Tbe business will be under the firm and stjle of R. L. Cochran 4c Co. NEW R. Im COCHBAX. R.LC0CHR HASirACTCBKBIi OI' Lumber, Lath aVsyorss Mh and Blinds. Md OiUce and Yard, foot of Wash ington st. Memphis Southern Palace Importers of Hmwe, Chioa, Etc. Have In store their usual heavy stock tor the fall trade, and are dally adding fresh and attractive goods, to which they Invite the attention of bojers. C7iickasatv JE.a.xxx?LL c3 Xil.A7 - 98 Second St., opp. Jlnrltet Hquare, Memphis. HTILIj OPEN-HAVE HOT BRBN CLUMscD Have on hand a stock ot Bits bet, Brssks, A I oert and are prepared to promptly fill all orders for s SSI XT V .M hann, in nrw.inM tt Anr rrlAflrfa And i viuii hthicIct. nrniiarnri tn aenm them as shipments of cotton mAis should be to MEMPHIS. Including everything In tbe grocery line, together si,,,. .ntiM fA,M ha. MhimMi nni .r. in humwu Ha 3d cotton, nromlslng our best efforts to protect the Interest of those confiding their business to us. We buy strictly for cash, and thereby get bottom figures, consequent y are In position to meet any competition. o,ir Mr a -. TkKinwi'i i. hrinm. hi. mwHsnraor imnii dm TOus In U e sale of cotton to bear In tbe Interest ot shippers. We claim tbe privilege of Insuring ail cotton consigned to us to the amount of ad vances made on same. Our Mr. A. B TRXaDWKLL, ably assisted by our Junior, Mr. S 8. TREADWBLL, handle the grocery department with sum. energy ana extended us In the paat, we respectfully ask a continuance of the same very respectfully, JL. C. FEABCE. P11M0E. SU66S & 00 WHOI.ESAr,E OBOCEBS, Cotton Factors and , No. 258 Front street, Memphis, Temu P KTI1ITI.AK ATTKWTlOli' W. W.uy. Jno. W. DIMard. DILLARD, COFFIN & GO. Wholesale Grocers 211) Chestnut Street, St. Iiouls, Mo. TEMPORARILY ESTABLISHED ders of our friends, as usual, during JOS. FADER. HENRY FADER, FRANK & CO. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors 294: Front street, Memnhis, Tenn. H. Gavin Jobs B. Hnlllvma. m. GJvnsr & Go. Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors Aud Commission Merchants. QOQ IPront stroot, Memplils, Tonn. Rptwrr. A4an. sal JelTr r.n. - Our MAJOR T. J. COWH1LL devote, hi. wnole time to the WelKhlD and Sale of aa Cotton Intrusted U onr chance. We have our own Cotton Warehouse, comer Washington and second. JoWsEOWLETT, Cotton Factor and No. 355 Front street, Menipliifcj Tenn. 8. P. Bswdre Wk CO. FACTORS, JHaloae. JSoVSoSVSfffia'n Memphis, Tenn. ready to receive Cotton. FACTORS IRONWORKS ! iron and brass castings-sole agents Iron Store-fronts, ShafllDK, Pullers, Hangers and Work a tSpeelalty. EsUmates lurnlshed on ap- TlVJt C ATAlAiUUJt. DISSOLVED ON JULY 81. 1879. BY THE DEATh carried on bj the new firm of B L. and At. A. Cochnn, FIRM. A. COCHBAIT. and Shingles, sal kinds of r aeklnc Boxes. Saw and Planing Kills, North end Nayj Td . ..Tennesmee. Iron WbrTcs! oxri3a.ox - c, Prop's. ana ctner gutuaara work in the Foundry and Machine-shop Line AM k CO. Treaiwell eiKltmilor that Wfl .rn ftmln at PUT POSt. K. 11 fornierlv. Having closed our bouse in ST. LOL'li, all We have a c mplets stock of Vrtr-mm i rwerlrs, with nivtrc'ass snta laciuues ror nunaiing ine sispie. wa niiiit lour orders for errceiies atid' sblDments of expeuence. i naimiui nn-1 n i i" L. Ba 8U6SS Commission Merchants P4IO TO TflM HAI,KIIKf)fTTI It. I. Coffin. M. O. Hall and Cotton Factors, OTJR3KLYB3 HSRK ARB PREPARED TO FILL OR- prevalence of yellow-fever in Memphis. FRANK. J. SUGAR MAN Tavi. ClarSu M. at. Clsvrau Commission Merchant, INMAX LINE UNITED STATES AND ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS, NewYtrkts Oseeastswa at. Liverpool Maary Thttrtdaf or Saturday. City of Berlin, fUPl tons. Cltj of Montreal,445K) tns City of Richmond, 4rt07 City of Brussels, - 877B City of Chester. - 4ftrt City of New Yorlt,- 8S00 These magnificent steamers are among the strong est, laryesl and fastest on tbe Atlantic, and tiHve erery modern lmiirorement, Including hot-and cold water and electric bells In staterooms, revolving chairs In saloons, bath and smoking-rooms, barter shops, etc For rates of passage and other Inform- A tlon, apply to JOHM . DALE, Asent, Ul BroHdway. ' New fork, or to THOS. FISHER, Emmet Rank. Mamnhta CHICAGO, THE CI.VTEK OF MPKCrJIiATIOBr. TT7xS Invite attention to the present activity In onr VV Grain and Provision Markets, and the favor able opportunity offered for sieculatton. Profitable trades can be madecn either a rising or a falling prospective market, with little money, for margins only are req ureu. Send for our Special Circular, which gives full particulars of trading in futures. x Will give bank references and require same on open ing accounts. D. E. M'CONKKY CO., Commission Merchants, Chicago. 95 Fifth avenue, corner Washington street. Chancery Sale of Kt al Estate. No. 33!!. H-(940. R. 2) Chancery Court of Shelby county Ueoive W. Cone vs. D. lnte. BY virtue of an interlocutory decree for sale en tered In the above rattan on the IKtbday of March, l7i. and atlirmed by the tjuptvme. Court and renewed July i:i. IS7X, and again renewed No vember! 1, 1H79. 1 will sell, at public auction1. lo the highest bidder. In front of the Clerk and Master's otliee. Courthouse building. Main street, in tbe Tax-InK-DlsirlctVr Bhelby county, late city of Memphis, Tennessee, on Matarday, lecfmber . 1H7. within legal hours, the following described property, situated In the late city of Memphis, now known as tbe Taxing-district of Shelby county, Tenn., to-wit: A certain lot. It being part of country lot No Ml. being part also of property conveyed by deed by James Jones to I. B. K inland on May 1, 152. and registered In tbe Register's office of tjbelb) county. Tenn., In book 10, page 849: Beginning at a point on tbe south side of Poplar street where the eastern line of said lot of ground named rn said deed from James Jones tol. B. K inland intersects said Poplar street, and running thence west with the south side of Poplar street 174ij teet to a stake; thence sou h ward 1 HO feet, more or less, to an alley between Pop lar and Washington streets to a stake; thence east ward along the north line of said alley 174& reet to a stake; thence northward 160 tert, more of less, to tbe south line or Poplar street to tbe point of begin ning. It being the northern half of the same lot con veyed to said D. Pante by I. B. Klrtland by teed ot date November 80. 1858, and of record In tbe Reg ister's office of Shelby county, Tenn., in book B5, page 5rlo, to which reference is made. The above will te sold, except the homestead set apart by commissioners (a plat and diagram ot which is on file herein and to which relerence Is made), and Is described as follows: Being part ot lot No. 601. beginning at a stake on the south line ot Poplar street forty (40) feet east of the northwest corner of a lot conveyed by James Jones to I R Klrt land on the 1st May, 1852. which deed Is of record In deed book 10, page 848; thence east with tbe sooth line of Poplar s reet twenty-nine (29) feet to a stake; thence southward with the fence line 15S feet to a slake; thence west twenty-nine (29 feet to a stake. It being 11 9-12 feet -east of the west line of said lot sold by James Jones to L B. Klrtland above mentioned; thence northward with the fence and dividing partition wall of rear building, passing over the center of cistern and on line with the divid ing partition of tbe front building, wblcn is a double tenement house, 158 feet to the point of beginning; It being part of the northern half of lot conveyed by L B. Klrtland to D. Pante by aeed of date November 80. 1858. and ot record In deed book 85. page 5rto, In Shelby county the house being No. 313, on the south side of Poplar street. At the same time and Dlace. and anon the same terms, the remainder Interest In the said above de scribed portion set apart as homestead, will be sold. rerms oi aie on a credit or six montns; pur- chaser executing note with approved security; lien retained; redemption, narrea. rnis November l loiv. tt J. DiiAtK., fjiers, anu Blaster. Myers at seed, Att'ys for eompi'nt. Supreme Court Sale of Land.. In Supreme Court at Jackson Leonldas Bills, Ex ecutor, and Sarah C. Smith, Executrix of Thomas B. Smith, deotased, for the use of Leonldas Bill), vs. a S. Dean. BY virtue of the decree pronounced by the Su preme Court of Tennessee, at Jackson, on the 6th day of Jane, 1879, In this cause, I will oiler lor sale, to the highest bidder. In front ot the court house door of Shelby county, In Memphis, on Friday, Deeesnber 19. 1879. tbe tract of lacd mentioned and described In said decree as follows: Situated In Shelby county, Ten nessee, and Is part of a tract of 188 acres conveyed by C. w. Gojer to Thomas R. Smith, January 80, 18A9. by deed registered la book No. 72. page 420. Register's office of Shelby county : beginning at a point on tbe north side ot the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, at or near Bray's Station, about 21 or 23 mues east or mempnis, at tne soutneast corner or said 188-acra tract and the southeast corner of J. V. Frank's tract; running thence westward lth the railroad ground to the southeast corner of Jostah De Loach's 88-acre tract conveyed by K. W. Smith to Sarah J. Peters; thence north with Deboacb'g east boundary to his northeast corner; thence east to a point In said Frank's west b, undary line: thence south with bis line to tbe beginning- the said tract containing aliout 8H acres. Terms of Sale Said land will be sold on a credit of seven months, taking purchaser's note, bearing Interest from date, with approved personal security, and a Hen retained on the land nntil the purchase money la paid. Squlty of redemption barred. jutm n. j-Rst&MAN, wierg. FlnlM & Peters. Solicitors. Jackson, Tenn., November 20, 1879. Auction Sale of Real Estate. United States Circuit Court Western District of Ten- n ssee. I HO. 229 P. C. Calhoun ex. Memphis and raducah Railroad -Petition of Cbas. O Fisher et als. accordance with a decretal order ot said court, entered In h s abuve entitled cause, June 8 1 V. I win proceed to sell ai the courthouse In tbe city of Mem phis, on H'easeidiy, Decfiibrr lO, 1H79, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on a credit of seven (7) months, the following described tract of land In Shelby county. Tennessee, to wit: Begin ning at a point in tne center line or tne main iisck or ine ranucan ana Mempnis rauroaa. where tne center line of the road known as tbe "Old Randolph, road" lulersects said railroad thence south deg 4o mln wj (magnetic bearing) imd with the aenter ltneof the railroad fifty-four and one half f4l) feet, thence at right angles to the said railroad and north 541 deg 15 mln w (magnetic bearing) one hun dred and fifty (150) feet to a slake, thence at right angles to the course last given and south Hi deg 4ii mm w (magnetic Dearing) nine utinarea ana sev enty three tU78i feet to stake, thence at right an gles to the course la4 g.veu, and south 50 deg 15 mln e (magnetic bearing) two htim1rei and loti' (2 41 feet lo a point on the e.tst suie of the railroad and tin v f0 feet distant from the center lineol the main track, thence southwardly and in a line paril- lel to the center line ol tne main traefcor tne lau- road and fifty (,) feet therefrom about one thou sand six hundred and fifty one(lr51) feet to the norlb boundary line of the Shellon track, thence south 811 deg 4o mln e (magnetic bearing) and with said boundary line one thousand three hundred and fortT-tlve (1851 feet to a stoke In tbe center of tbe Old Baodolph road, and thrnos north 1 deg 15 min e (magnetic bearing) and with the center of said road two thousand two hundred anu nity six ana one- half f'iorita) feet to tbe beginning, conk- ining forty five acres, more or less, rztipt alHxtt four acres, uiwn which are situated the depot buildings ot said railroad company, beginning at a point on tbe old Rannvlpb road fifty feet Irom the main track of said rallrotd, thence running two hun red and four 204 feet with said railroad and across It to a stake. and thence south 39 deg 45 mln west W3 feet to a lake, thence at tight angles to tbe course last given two hundred and Cfty-lour C254) feet to a point on tbe eat side ot said railroad, thence nonneasi on a line parallel therewith to the Old Randolph road. heoce with said road to tne beginning. Terms of Sale Credit ol seven montns, tne pur chaser giving his note with approved security beir lng six per cent, (tl) Interest and retaining lien on said property tor ine payment or sain note. ce.i.lj w. ii titKiimn, Liera, oi xunuiun. Metcalf 4 Walker, Attorneyi Chancery Sale of Beal Estate. No. 8252, R-Chancery Court ot Shelhy county ueorge Moor vs. lizzie scnaper ei ei. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale, en tered In the above cause on the 11th day of t July, 1879. M. B. 2ft. psge t4W, I wlU sell at pnbllo auction, to the highest bidder. In 1 ront of tbe Clerk and Master's office. Courthouse of the Taxing-district ot Shelby county, late Memphis, Tennessee, on Hatmrdax. Nsvealxr )CO, 1879, within legal hours, the following described property. situated in Shelby eounty, Tennessee, io-wii: Being the south one-half (Vb) ot lot No. three (8), fronting thirty-seven and one-half (37l feet on east side ot Dunlap street, and running dock two nunarea ana nrtv-six C2!M feet, with all tbe Improvements there on, the same being in tbe nfm civil district of said county. Terms oi Baie casn. x nis novemoer l.i, R. J. BLACK, Clerk and Master. Wm. M. Randolph, SoL for compl'nL TruHtee's Sale. BY deed recorded In Register's office or 8helby eounty. In boot 125, psge 581, . W. Truehart andhlswlte, M. S. Iruebirt, conveyed to me In trust a certain house and lot In Memphis Tennes see, therein described; the lot fronting 49 feet on tbe west side or second street ana aojoining ine south side of the alley between Poplar and Wash ington streets, and running westward abou 14s feet to the alley between Main and Second streets, to se cure Paton 4 Co. the payment or mree notes tnere ln set out, given by Truehart and wife for the bal- ance of the purchase money of said property, segre gating S2552. all bearing interest irom tne iinu or June 1H1H. Indelault of the payment ot any of said notes, or the taxes on said property, tne trustee Is authorized to advertise and sell; and In that event all the notes become due and payable out of the pro ceeds ot the sale. The two first of said notes and certain taxes ar due and unpaid. I will, therefore, on WEDNESDAY, December 24,1879, at twelve o'clock, at tbe southwest cornw or aiaaison ana Main streets, Memphis, sell to tbe highest oiuuer, for cash, tie above described property, for the pur pose of paying said solas, Interest and taxes. Tbe right or redemption Is waived, and the purchaser takes absolute title, which Is believed to be perfect but I convey only as Iruslre. On the lot is a commo dious two-story brlc residence. No. im Second street. B. RICHMOND. Trustee. Executor's Aotice. HAVING been appointed and qua it tied ny tne I'robat Court ot Shelly eounty, Tennessee, as executor of Michel Kseaz&ux, decensed, eredltois of said estate will present their claims, and debtors must pay up. Jiinji uaitr., nxecuior. Humes r'OSton. Attorneys. z.xr mam mre. GRAMS and GBAPH8 JACOB'H PATBSir MTHOliKAJI. JM. JACUBd, having now secured uetiers rsi-n . both in the U. 8. and Canada lor the elitstlc prt- cess of copjlng, cautions nil persons inui imui lug fiy of the "grains" or "graphs" or counU-ife t Imitations oy wnicu ipsiniuiKam k-i"p. Altera serlttsof exiierim.uls conducted at giralco;t and Involving much labor, Jacob's LllhogrHin has been so completely perfected that It Is not onl more duiable. but so altered In construction and thickness (double Ihe original) ana ease ui iure,uiai uis Patente or this woiui?rrui twin iirnaiiiiK.i'i ratus Is enabled lo ofler a guarantee with each Lltn- ogram sold: and In oide that all may test the mer it, of the Lltnogram, naa esiaoiisiieu iu luuuwms ieducd prices: Postal Card, SI 50; Note, 3; Let ter, iss; fioiscap, ; ouo, rn. aktmu-, nuu-u throtighout the count y. AddnsJ M. J 41 OHa. :t A roll street, Boston, aiass. Btuerenw, naim. A Co., Boston.