THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, DEOEMBEB 3, 1879.
Appeal to all Kx-C"fderate,
ClTlllma mm well mm Bold lerv. rr
Mabnrrlptioa r.r Then mm
The Appeal, in publishing the following
appeal to ex-Conledtratea, nrgai upon them to
comply with it end give what they can tor the
children of the brave Geaeval liood:
To the Ex-Confederates:
When (i -npral Uood died, hU last utter
ance was: "I bequoatbfl my children to the
oldierj of the laid." Though months have
elapsed tince that hoar, 1 have never yet seen
a response from the sjldiers of the lost cause
that they were willing to assist his orphans;
all the aid that has hZen extended to them
has been from individuals. As time passes
away, each year iTTminiHhf'S their number,
and it is now as it was in the last days of the
Confederacy when our soldiers died there
were nose to fill their places, and now, es
pecially, they wiltbc hlled no more forever.
General Hood's orphans are nine in number;
the eldest is but, ten .years old, and
it will .Ukv , years before even
that one can vq aid lor itself, and it will re
quire a large amount of means to rear them
to maturity. On the joyous Christmas day,
when the angels proclaimed peace on ea rib
and Kood-wiil to man; when each soldier be
stows a iH upon his children or those of a
dear relalivd. - let ' him ' remember
those in- helpless infancy, who
were made ...Julberlesa ' ..and mother
less, in a lew short il.iya of each other. I
aueiceitt that each Confederate Rive a dollar
or more on that (Uv. it aliio. or a halt if hi-
means are 1 .Minted, to raise ft fund from which
an income can he realized sufficient for their
support. I think on that day 41 collection
should be tak:n up for them iu all the
churches throughout he south. There are
other Uy sntliuient for local oharitw every -
Wherei Out ... tnm,, anil
children could contribute, the dillerent col
lections could bi- forwarded to General Joe
Johnston or to General Ecuuregard, whom I
have no donbt would be willing to act an
ffuardmnt rf the orphan cbildien ol' au old
comrade. J hi year uod hi bleesed our
people m their abundant hat vests, and made
it easier to provide for the helpless in their
infancy, and more prrwrorooa times ara re
turning to the homes of the south and 1
hops tiiote little ones will bo remembered by
all. That Mm tiul j ;ct ol Miorc few remarks
may be cenxidered and acted upon at once) is
Ine sincere desire 01 a
Houtharn Dnpors please copy lur the benelil of (He
I. T. Carter, of Kosciusko, while dronk fell
out of a two-story window and broke his
The Statu press is speaking out in favor of
the passage ol a dog luw by the next legis
The Adt-net says the Winona merchants
are doing the heaviest business this fall tbey
A nil all 1 1 another pnper is to make its ap
pearanca at Meridian, thu Eastern Obterrer.
Orer one thousand persons in Clark and
Wayne rountifs earn their liviug in the tur
pen line industries.
A Choctaw Iat(iai wm sent to the happy
naming' irrmini irom l-.nurprme laxt Alon
iay. Aooiner inuian acne it with bis war-
fiili.TTnTM States Internal' revenue col!ec
tor tor Una kkato, has bees- making a clean
sweep, by removing all if his deputies with
The citizens of Wilkioson county con tem
plate build. Ckt a narrowgaugo railroad from
Woodville to Libnrty. A public meeting has
been called to consider the mutter.
The 'TkkahmrgTUruM happened , to lhe
graaa miHt rtoef getting Us fourth page
knocked into "pi" Wednesday morning.
None but printers know tho trouble such an.
Mr. Chalmers, of the Mississippi district,
has introdtHxxl UiU in oongrtss lor lha erec
tion of poatcUioe bnUtiinea in Natchez and
Vicksbmg, and appropriating to each thirty
thousand dollars. ., ' . f
Too Atx-rdcen 1f'iy tells of a farnwr
Bof rraine station, who gathered twelve
nandretl buthels of corn elf titty-six seres of
lao'l, which was cultivated by one hand with
but little additional help.
It is predicted for Meridian that if it keeps
growing as it Mas done tor the lout six months
that it will soon be the Urgent city in the
oiate. Dullness and dwelling houses are
going up in every direction.
. Tbiv icitmns of Chickasaw and Monroe,
who were indicted in the I'edeial court at
Oxford, lor election trends in the Davis and
JUuLdrow contest of WIS, were acquitted at
ttw rata term of the United SUU court. '.. .
Macon has been visited by another heavy
fire., Aaiirag tho losses we notice the new
brick residence of Jmige Foof, the potoffi3
and office cf the Beacon. This is the third
ttml the Beacon erlije has b?en destroyed by
The Liuderdale Review sajs that, from ac
tual count, there aro seventeen hundred
negroes and a crippled dog in Meridian,
standing around the corners, trying to make
a living by stealing apples and doing little
Yazio City has a colored fire company, a
colored vliceiu.ui and a oolored whartmaster.
The Democrats recently elected a colored
man to th legiMalure, and also a coroner and
ranger. Can the northern Kadicals make
anything out of this'
Hernando Timt, 13'h: "Tho steam mill
and hi tores, - gin startd," press and about
twenty-seven bales of cotton wa dr shroyed
by fire on Friday night lust at Hochella &
Wilson's millH, ten miles northwest ct Her
nando. We did not Jearn whether the fire
5 was tno result ot earelesbnesn or the act of an
i ADerueen jsxammcr; "mm has been a
glorious year tor tho cotton farmers, and par
ticularly tor those who made their own hud
plios and we have many such in this county.
Men who seemed hopeleHxIy iuvolved two
years ago are now biuh util dry out of debt,
while tbo farmer who lias not made money
on the year s venture i a rare exception.
Mr. P. E. Carothers, living near Saltillo,
in Lee county, this year, with five mules,
made ti:ty-nine bales of cotton, seven hun
dred bimhel of enrn, one hundred and
twenty-five bushels nf wheat, and seventy-five
bushels of oats. Mr. Patterson, in the same
neighborhood, with three mules, made thir
ty-fivn bales of cotton and five hundred bush
els of Corn, besides peas, potatoes, ttj.
Holly Springs Soxlh: "Mr. John A
- Gwin, living near Bybalnt, haa gathered this
year twenty-five bales of cotton and eight
hundred bushels ot corn. Inn labor em
ployed consulted ol himself and two sons.
nearly grown, and an o'd and dilapidateu
negro. lhis is his crop, though he had ad-
Hitiorl assistance in fathering it, as he wilt
uone uy iuu iiri ui v 'ct'iuucr.
Jackton Clarion, 17th: "taut Saturday
evenini; William Gavin, a i'aimer, r siding
two miles from town, while attempting to
cross the side track ot the Mew Orleans road,
was struck by a switch-engine and instantly
killed, the eugine pacing ovr his body and
severing it at the waist into two rarta. De
ceased was a white man, torty-five years of
age, without lauiily. No tilanio attaches to
the management ot the rottd.1'
At Greenville, List week, a man givira his
name as Claudius A. 11. hh), was arrettcil on i
charge of counterfeiting silver coin. The evi
deuce against him was conclusive. Some of
the metal used, a number of tools and some
. oounterf.-it coin was found in hi pit-srssinn;
in addition to which, there was proof that he
had ottered tor a ocosidorati'u, to teach some
negroes the rrooens of m mmaetiinng the
coin. 11-3 was committed t jail, in default c
five thou tand dollars bill.
Moridisn Mercurw: "Mr. N. U. Munn
lives in Newton count; is a wide awake and
induHtrinus farmer of no very niuall preten
tions, it be it a wet--sinail man himself. Lat
week he came to town with his family and
brought a wagon-load of cotton to sell. He
weighs eighty-nine pounds, acd is four feet
nix inches high; his witi is only four feet
high and wciitbs hlty-aeven pni.ds. A son
who is now five years old, and wbr, by the I
way, is nearly as lurc as Ins lather, consu-.
. tuto this interesting tuiuiiy."
Water Vall.-y Central, 23th : rOn We dues
day moriiiog l.u-t Mr. C M. lleudeison, yard
master, had just made a coupling, and in
attempting to get out from btween the cars
one ot Ins leet wax caught by the trucks ol a
car in nolioj, which tripped bini. He fell
i the fail, aud a heavily-loaded treight
" . car passed over both his Vac, mangling them
so that he died iu a few hours. Mr. Hender
aon loaves a young wile and a luro circle of
relative and Ineu.ls to rue urn his untimely
Jackson i'larion, litb: "The r respe.roiH
town ol !'. lt .n me-t with rputu a m'1-luick
1 last St mluy bit;bt ui the dt-sUutUon
-i. by lice of a dir'n or more building. The
re originated in the Walton house, near the
depot. This house, the property of Mrs. Nel
lie Myrick, was destroyed, no insurance, and
loss about four thousand dollars. The other
buildings burned were owned by It. A. My
rick, Crook & Gaddis, Miss Jennie Shotner,
Westheimer's building, occupied by Mrs. S.
Murrell. The loss, above insurance, is
Jackson. Clarion. 17th: "The bill intro
duced by Hon. C. E. Hooker for the improve
ment of the navigation of Pearl river, will
be warmly approved by a large numoer 01
his constituents. - The stream has never re
ceived the consideration it deserves at the
hands of congress. Lying contiguous to it
are large quantities of United States govern-
ment lands, burtnenea wun me utv nmucv 1
in the world. The government can never
realize the benefit of this property, which is
worth millions of dollars, until the naviga
tion of the stream is improved. Several hun
dred thousand dollars might be profitably in
vested for that purpose."
HPECI&Ii ASSOISCE1IK5 r - THK
TitK Weekly Appeal, the largest and
best paper of its class now offered to the pub
lic, will, from the present time, be served
to subscribers at the reduced rate of one dol
lar a year. This will no doubt be welcome
news to the thousands who have for years-
some of Ibcm for more than a quarter ot a
century been constant readers and steady
friends ol the Appeal. At this very low
price tho WEEKLY appeal win oe iounu
oue of the cheapest, as it is one of the bet
newspapers in the country. It will contain
thirty six long columns of telegraphic news,
market reports, editorials, letter from all
parts OTtua aujumtngr -o.uU.im --.
everything that is necessary to a well-GUcd
and well-conducted newspaper. Subscrip
tions forwarded now will have prompt at'
llerlin, December 21: Bismarck will ar
rive to-day, to remain several days.
Cincinnati, December 21: F. T. Sniffing,
editor of the Ripley (Ohio) Timet, died to-day
at his residence.
London", December 22: Two hundred and
eighty emigrants have ItftTreVico and Udin,
Italy, for America,
Pittsburg, December 21 : Stoner, M'Lure
& Co.'s box factory was partly destroyed by
tire last night; loss, five thousand dollars.
New York, December 22: Secretary Sher
man and General Sherman are in the city.
Each speaks to-night at the Mew England
PariH, December 21: All the ministers were
at Waddington's residence to-day, and signed
their resignations. DePrercinet has been
intrusted with the formation of the new cab
inet. London, December 22: Advices from Cape
town state that Chief Secocoeni'a stronghold
was attacked from four sides, and that the
resistance was less determined than ex
pected. K cbmond, Ind., December 21: The roof
of the main building of Earl ham college was
burned this evening. Loss by fire and water
over two thousand dollars. Covered by in
surance. Toronto, December 22: The mayor has
called a public meeting for Tuesday night, to
consider the distress prevalent in Ireland,
and for devising means for practical and im
Providence, R. I., December 21: In the
Friendship street Baptist church, this even
ing, Mr. H. M. Fiske died of heart disease
almost immediately upon concluding the ex
hortation and prayer.
. Chicago, December 21: Robert A. Corey,
a letter carrier and a son of an ex-alderman,
was arrested to-day charged with riding let
ters. He has confessed but the amount of
bis peculations is unknown.
Uome, December 21 : The chamber of dep
uties passed a bill authorizing the govern
ment tfc take immediate steps for the prose
cuting of publio works, in order to relieve the
distiess ot the working classes.
San Francisco, December 22 ! The bullet
which ' entered Mayor lialloch's cheat last
August, and has, since his convalescence,
caused hiiu considerable treuble, was yester
day extracted from his left armpit.
. St. Louis. December 22: A Fost-Disvatch
Bpecial from Jefferson City says the supreme
court, this morning, overruled the motion tor
rehearing the case of the city of St. Louis
against the St. Louis gaslight company.
London, December 21: A dispatch from
Bombay, dated yesterday, says that General
Robsrts, under date of December 18'.n, re
ports that he has learned that as yet Gen
eral Gougfe had not advanced beyond Jngdul-
St. Johns. N. B.. December 21 : Tqrday is
the coldest, so far, for this seaxon, the ther
mometer this morning registering, in this
city, lourtoen degree below siroj at r reder-
lcton one, and at Moncton twenty lour De-
Detroit. December 22: Advices from Lud
ineton sav the Northern transportation com
pany's propeller City of Toledo, with cargo.
from Milwaukee, went ashore nine miles
north of that harbor at nine o'clock last
Montreal. December 21: A fire to-night
damaged the Wall house and the strck of
Benning & lieasaloan, auctioneers, to the ex
tent ot twentv thousand dollars; insured
Owing to the extreme cold several hremen
were badly frozen.
rhilad.-lDhia. December 21: This morning
General Grant, unaccompanied by any mem
ber of bis family, attended service at the
Arch street Methodist Episcopal church. It
was generally known ho would be there, and
the result was a very large congregation.
. rittsimrg. December 21 : This afternoon.
at Frauklin. an explosion of gns at the
lubricating oilworks caused the destruction
by fire of six tanks, machinery and five or six
hundred barrels ot oil. Klmore amith, an
employ, was badly burned. Loss, six to ten
Caoe Town. December 21: Secocoenes
Town was captured bv the British forces on
the twenty-eighth of November. Two of
Secocoenes 's captains were killed and two
caotains and two lieutenants wounded. Sa-
eocoenes's loss was heavy. The loss of tho
British was twenty-five.
Queenstown, December 21: A deputation
conmosed of tenant farmers, leading citizens
and town commissioners ot Queenstown, bade
Parnell God speed to-day in bis embarkation
for America. A large crowd aismbled to
witness his departure, and a band played
number of Irish airs at parting.
o. ii., t -Wo- ot . On January 1st
the Lictede rolling-mills, Harrison & Valle
propm-tors, will resume operations with a
force of one thousand men, and on or before
Jauuary lo!h the Vulcan ironworks will re
light its fires and give employment to be
tween twelve and sixteen hundred men.
Calcutta, December 22: 1 he ex-amcer,
Yakonb Khan, has at rived at Meerat. He is
confined under military and police guards,
but is doubtful whether he will be kept there
Ion if, as the proximity ot Meerat to LMh
and to other centers ot Mussulman tradition
renders it an inexpedient place for the safe
custody of Mohammedan state prisoners.
Li -union, December zl: A dispatch from
Madrid says that the polemic tone of the
press is daily becoming more bitter, and the
government continue its prosecutions against
newspapers. In the past ten days the gov
err. ment h s prosecuted seventeen journal of
every ahade ot opposition. Numerous arrests
of noted journalists have also b'en made.
Syracuse. N. Y., December 21: A cold
wave ttruik this city this morning at five
o'clock, baturday alternoon the tbermorae
ter stood nineteen degrees above zero; at six
o'clock Saturday twelve degrees below zero.
Twelve treight trains were stalled between
Clyde and Syracuse to day by the extreme
cold. To-night the weather is moderating,
The Atlanta ContHutio frackly says: "Our
poets are all southern poets, and our novel
ists such as we have am all southern novel
iats. Does a publisher nil a paper full
trash from composition books of romantic
school irirls: we must all applaud and buy for
the bene lit of southern literature. Does Miss
Sweetie Wildwood get together a lot of sick
ening doggerel ; the newspapers must gush
over th gush, not only for the purpose of
buildii'i: ut t-outhern lit riture, but because
Mies S!i tie is a daughter of Colonel ild
wood. What is the result? Why, Biiuply
this, tint Hi" at utt we are in the habit of call
ing sonll i rn literalnrew not only a burlepqu
upon tr. i- literary art, but a humiliation an
a du-ETsee to the people whoaj culture it
supposed to represent."
The price of cotton holda.up
Thursday next, Christmas day
The street-crossings are in
Mardi-Gras will go by default
The orphans are to have a Christmas
The days are now but nine hours ana
fifteen minutes In length.
"Will it ever let up?" was the question
as to the rain problem resterdar.
Next week, at the Theater, we will hnve
Ada Cavendish, a tragedienne of recognized merit.
Charges of violating health ordinances
are not Infrequently made at the station house dally.
Probate court was not in session yester-
dar. Judge Eldridge being at Bartlett presiding at
the circuit court.
When you are making holiday purchases
remember the poor In jour neighborhood and give
them what iou can spare.
Chancellor M'Dowell. presiding by inter-
chaoge, heard a special case on motion at the crim
inal court yesterday afternoon.
Read the order of the chief of iolice,
published In another column, as to the prohibition
of fireworks during the holidays.
The water we drink should be carefully
analysed every tew months, so that leaks In cisterns
may bs delected Dy means oi cnionne tests.
At Lubrie'8 Theater, to-night, the
Macaulay combination will appear In an attractive
play, entitled A Wxxenrjer j rw.i jaruu iiccnon.
Hon. John Overton, jr.. is acting presi
dent of the Taxlng-Dlsttlct during the absence of
President D. T. Porter, who has gone northward on
a snort trip.
The rush of business was never so great
as at present In Memphis, yesterday Dusiness
owned ud among merchants in a manner that
The streets, both paved and unpaved:
are now In a horribly muddy condition, the boUonv
almost aropfting out oi tnm. xne condition or. ma
mtnttm ta a kica an.wtai upon ouainess.
The criminal court grand -jury is investi
gating; the bonds of all p-'bllc oflicers of the county.
wun a view 10 nave me Donas siremnnenea. lr neces
sary. The grand Jury will report on the same era
Strangers in the city will find it to the r
Iotnret to subscribe for the great Weekly Appkal,
at one dollar per year. H Is the largest and cheap
est paper publlsned u( mat prioe to Da routiu in ine
Recorder pro (em. Hon. John Overton
Jr.. of the Taxing-District government, preside
dallf at the notice court, and dispenses Justice In all
forms with a lavish band and In a sty te worthy of
The Christian Union of December 24th
Will contain the opening Chapters of a neW story ot
southern lite. Which will run through several num
bers, entitled "Zouri's Christmas," by the author of
"A Fool s Errand."
Yesterday, on Madison street near Main
a horse attached to an express wagon ran against a
woman at the street crossing, knocsed her down and
almost ran over her. She was rescued and received
no severe Injuries.
Recorder pro tent. John Overton disposed
ot the Saturday and Sunday dockets of the police
court yesterday morning, me cavs numoerea in
the aggregate twenty, charging minor offenses. In
which drunkenness and disorderly conduct cut oulte
Mr. W. H. Rieger, the composer, has fur'
nlshed the Appeal with a cony of one of bis pro
ductions entitled IT Did WUInw Crrnlle IhiU Rtx-lcnt
hx toUta-ii, the words ot which are by ieonre f,ooper.
It Is published by Spear & Dehnboff, 717 Broadway,
A lodge of Knitrhts of Honor was insti
tuted at BUlett on Saturday evening by Ben K. Put
ton. Brand reoorter. with thirty-two charter mem
hem. Thos. B. Crenshaw, dictator: U. L. f rlddy,
nnanaial reporter; W. B. Cross, reporter. The lodge
la named Hope loage.-
-Mrs. VlrginM V. Covington, for some
years a resident ot Hernando. Mississippi, has. she
advises u. arrived safel? at her father's residence.
Marlon, Pout h Carolina, sne win spend ner winter
on ,uo const, turn ninj uv uwuu jruin uiiuugu tuo
columns ot thi Appeal.
-Yesterday Miss Alice Dale, white, soiled
dove, was arrested and locked up by the police on the
charge of being drunk and disorderly and attempt
ing to commit an assauu upon iune mirueii, an
other frail sister, whom she met and attacked in
beer saloon on Monroe street, cause, jealousy.
-Tne number of country people in the
elty yesterday was very laige. The sidewalks, stores
and streets were crowded to excess during the day.
A blockade by drays, wagons and other vehicles, oc
curred In many places. Quite an unusual thing In
Memphis, although common In the larger cities of
It was almost impossible to promenade
on Main and Front s'ref ts yesterday, so large were
the crowds of people and so great was the toluoie
of business going on. Howls lined the sidewalk In
process or shipment, ann requirea careiui a -aging
and tacking to get along and get around the crowds
of people and the goods.
-Mr. F. T. Cooper, editor of the Jackson
Comet, one of the leading papers of the State of
Ml.isliulnDl. Is in the eltv for a brief visit, Mr.
Cooper Is one of the oldest members of the fourth es
tate, and eniOTS, to an extent not surpassed by any
other, the confidence of the people for whom he hat
tailored so nenonbi) ana so long. - : ;
-At the criminal court yesterday the fol
lowing business was transacted: William Clayton,
larceny, sentenced in tnree cases, term oi imprison
ment In the penitentiary aggregating eleven years.
Fenton Brown, held by the sheriff as a fugitive from
Justice from another State, was ordered discharged
Irom custody, no one appearing to prosecute.
Sundav last Esquire Spelmau held an
Inquest upon the b dy of a coloied child, aged one
year, found In an old shanty at 87 Gayoso street.
The Jury of lmiuest returned a verdict that the child
bad died from want, neglect and exposure. The
mother of the child appeared to be living In ex
tremn novertvand in the midst of filth. Five black
and two white men constituted the Jury ot lnuuest.
The following is tne list of officers of
Equity Lodge, No. 20, A. O. U. W.,-for the ensuing
term: W. 7.. Mitchell, past master workman; N. G.
Dukes, master workman; H. . Goodlelt, foreman;
hred woir, overseer; N. Avery, recoraer; s. o.
Garrett, financier; Ad Storm, receiver; J. H. Wr'gbt,
guide; P. J. Kelly. Inside watchman; S. Schneluer,
outside watchman; a. u. ueraas, u. r. iiooarear.
W. Z. Mitchell, grand representatives to Grand
The Humboldt (Tenn.) Argus, of Fri
day last, says: "Mr. Wm. R. Moore, one of the most
substantial men of Memphis, In speaking of the
situation of trade In that city, says: 'The big boom
about which we all have heard so much, has not
shunned Memphis, and although she has bad her
troubles (as all places and people sometimes have),
she Is to day the busiest city south of the Ohio river.
and Is better prepared to nsnuie ine couon anu
fu nlsh the supplies of the surrounding country
than any cliy In America.' " .
At the United States court the trial ot
the case of the United States vs K. M Thompson
was concluded yesterday by a verdict of guilty. It
was conceded by the district attorney, andf .und by
the Jury, that Thompson was only guilty of a techni
cal violation of the law In regard to payli g over pen
sion money, which was clearly shown to have been
loaned to Thompson alter being coiiectea ny nun,
and afterward was not all paid back wbpn demand
ed by the pensioner. There was no criminal Intent
shown or insisieu upon, a motion ior a new inai
was entered, and defendant's connst bllva they
will show there was even no Uchmcal violation.
Marriaee licenses issued yext-rdav :
Whiten Turner W. Himls and Miss Lou KJwarda,
Oliver Cromwell Branch and Miss Nnnnle S. Pen
nington. Jonn Person Kyiantier nmi aiiss amine
Hunt. Will C. King and Miss tiattie Hi.ll, Milex
Mill one, and Hiss .wary aiornssej. ecrae s kod-
lnson and Miss Telulah V, D'iboa, Win. U. (iodsty
and Mlts Amanda Brewer. TnoinaH hills an'l Mrs.
K. Bobenson. vm Tom Kox and Mlsi Susan
Patterson. Ike Koberson and Miss Caroline iiusion
Hal Allen and Miss Suian Fanner, Aaron Heed and
UlssSela Powell. Henry persons anu iiits r.iizi
Woods. James i lee and illss Hat Tnoniuson, Lo
renzo now and Miss Kannle 8mltb. CJnarles Jounson
and Mils Caroline Marlow, Pnersons Brauford and
Miss Amanda Bain. Lawrence Adams and buss
Othello Johnson, Henry Arnold and Alias K. Wil
We recoirn'zJ the continued and row
ins r ietir ot tbe use of lntoxleatlne lluuors at
New Tear receptions as not only a sr.at evil, but as
leadlne to tbe most serious consequences lo me
wbole community. Young men, who won id olner
hIm remain trmnerate. nro thereby led to moral
and physical ruin. Natoma Tjmile of Honor earn-
stlv nrotests against a practice wbicn involves suun
fatal results, we asa or ail igooa citizens mm, mej
discourage the practice: and especially do we lin-
n ore tne rair women oi memiims uoi us oucr miuura
t . tinrf tn their tnitHt.s on the approaching an
niversary, we aeern 11 proper to aumcpst to tne
clenrr that a united remonstrance irom an tne dui
mis in ice city, on tne last unnaay in ine year.
nsalnst tbe evil practice would e fleet much toward
Us dlscOLtlnuanee; and we auk tbe press of tbe city
lo assist us by publishing this protest of the friends
or temperance against mis too dangerous use oi in
The row a Chrismas present caused
"Matt U'B." describes it in tne coiumous, ueoi
ttuutrer-Sttn, Is reproduced here because
some pertinence to tbese holiday times:
Jlmmle Slow hnd a lot ot relations
Who were always happy and pleasant.
And be thought after making a visit
He'd send each a Christmas present.
So he purchased from this store and that
Borne toys aud one thing or other.
Not forgetting a Hoe Christinas turkey,
Wblcb ue hoped lo eat wlib his mother.
There were candles and Jellies "for the children,'
A s'lk dreos fur bis "dear cousin Fan;"
A new suit of clothes for the boys
And a One silk hat for tbe old man.
A small French clock and a picture
Of a woman, a crocs and some rocks.
With an extravagant sky overhead,
Completed tbe lot la tbe box.
When packed up he went to tbe express,
And asked them tbetr cbarges to state;
But be thought two dollars too much.
And concluded t3 send It by freight.
Two days after Cbrlstmns the box arrived;
Freight train's not so fast as express;
Brlues there'd been a small run-ofl.
And the contents were mixed In a mess.
The silk hat was stuff jd In tbe turkey;
The jelly had gotten a knock.
And ruined tbe clothes and the silk.
And greased all tbe works of the clock.
The old woman scolded and fumed;
I'oasin Fan cried over ber dress;
And the old man asked with an oath,
Why didn't ou send by express?"
Then that young man went down In the cellar
Ami tried to count up what he lost;
But wben he thought of Fan and her feeling
'Twas impossible to estimate cost.
The moral of this ts apparent.
And Ibe raider will see it, I guess:
When jou've presents to send, send 'em early,
And always by Southern Fxpress.
CntrMHrs. OA., December, l7t.
Tbe editor of the Bateeville (Ark.)PiVor
says ot Memphis: "There ws found business fairly
boomlnr ' and no one by looking at the activity
and msn of bnslness would think that there bad
evt-r been any trace of the fever there. The receipts
or cotton np to date are larger uwo were ever kquwh
for this season of the year. The receipts are so large
that tt Is impossible to get transportation for it to the
eastern markets. The streets are literally lined
with bales of the fleecy staple. All the peoale ot the
city are fully awakened on the subject of drainage
and sewerage, to prevent another epidemic. At their
request the governor has called an extra session of
the legislature to levy a tax to carry out this noble
purpose. While looking at the business activity ws
were fully Impressed with the fact that Memphis is
still destined to be a city of propoitions and Impor
tance. It Is impossible to keep her down. Burn ber
to the ground, and Phoc j!x like she will rise from
ber own ashes and come forth In her own beauty
Review of the Seanan In 31emibis-Ko
t'mr Ihc Attraction Have lifts nlr
to Wood and the People Have Kn
The theatrical season, now in its fifth week,
at Iieubrie's Theater, opened up on the sev
enteenth of November, the opening attrac
tion, beinif the Oliver Doud Uyroa combina
tion in Across the Continent. A review of
the attractions so far presented during the
season mav not be uninteresting to our read
ers. The Theater had been ic-painted and
refitted by Mr. Leuorie, who succeeded in
making it one ot the neate&L and most at
tractive that any city can boast of. The By
ron combination drew good houses duricg
the week, and during which a change of at
traction was presented in Hero, or the Lores
of Mount Shasta, and 2'Ze.y of Monet The
three hrst n:hts ot ine ueceeuing weeg,
and at a matinee on Wednesday, llaverly's
colored minstrels played to immense houses.
The attraction was excellent, the olio per
formance, the songs aud danre, character
representations, and other specialties, tiircoa
and comicalities being the best known l- the
minetrel busings. It was dillicult to decide
whether the white or the colored people were
the more amused, at the very clever perforcrH
ance. I be three remaining nights ot
the week were taken up bv the
Buffalo Bill combination, presentircr Kmghts
of the k'lal"3, and in which Mr. William
Cody, appeared as "Balfd'.o Bill," the hi rj of
the drama, and was supported by several
real Indians, who appeared in their proper
costumes and gave representations ot their
war and other dances. The combination
drew fair houses during the engagement.. On
the following week the sprightly and ever"
popular Lotta was the attraction tor four
nights. Sae appeared in Mtisetlv on Monday,
kdCifale Tuesday, Little Ditedive Wednes
day, and Zip, or I'oint Lynde Light, on
Thursday, when the brilliant and successful
engagement closed. Lotta drew large houses
and added to her already well-won laurels.
Her vivacity, energy, ability and efforts to
please received well-merited recognition from
the people of our city and surrounding country.
On Friday tight, of the same week, the Sa
ville English opera company presented Pitta
fore, the first time of its appearance in our
city rendered by a company ot proieaeionais.
The cast was excellent, and the amuMng and
ever popular opera was well rendered. Miss
Brooks Bell, as "Josephine," and Miss Flora
Barry, as "Buttercup," Fang themselves at
once into the good graces ot Memphis theater-goers.
The other roles were well given,
especially that of "Sir Joseph Porter," which
was filled by Mr. Ddll in n capital manner.
Pinafore was repeated at the Saturday mati
nee, and at night Trial by Jury and Pina
fore were presented, which closed the en
gagement of the troupe. Tho ensuing week
brought us Mr. and Mrs. Florence in the
Mighty Dollar. Mr. Florence bs "Hen.
Bardwell Slot?," was most amusing, the
character being one of the best now on the
stage. Mrs. Florence, as "Mrs. General
Gilflory," divided honors with Mr. Florence.
The two characters are fine, both exagger
ated, the one in political and the other in
social life. The Florences played to good
houses during the week. On Saturday the
engagement closed, Mr. Florence appearing
ia his great role "Bob Brierly," in-Tctt-ri-
Leace Man. Last Monday night tragedy
took the place of comedy at the Theater,
the Bowers-Thompson combination appearing
in the drama entitled Lady Jane (frey, which
was repeated cn Tuesday and Wednesday be
fore fair houses; Thursday Cowrf and Stage
was presented, and Friday night the
Hunchback, sn ever-popular play, was tbe
attraction. At the matinee yesterday Court
and Stage was repeated, and was enjoyed by
large audience. Liast mgnc tbe Uowers-
Thompson combination closed the engage
ment, presenting The Jtalous Wife, the
balcony 6cene from Romeo and Juliet,.
and a farce known as Nan the Good for
Nothing. From the foregoing brief review
of tbe theatrical season so tar, it, can 03 seen
that the attractions presented have been
fair, and tbey have changed in character
weekiy minstrelsy, opera, comedy and
ragedy following each other in rapid succes
STATK NATIONAL BANS',
Memphis. Tknn.. December 12, 1879.
A meetln? of the stockholders ot this Bank will be
held on TUESDAY. January 13. 1 8H0, at their Bank-
lngbouse, lor tue ru'pose ot electing rnirteen Di
rectors to serve for the ensuing year. Polls open
from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
j. A. niita, jr, i;asnier.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD !
Uneqnaled for Make, Style and
Quality. A fresh stock, at the old
MAY, THE SBlliT TAILOR,
237 MAIN ST.
IN PRICES OF
of a i.rrrKK frem a
mam at Madras to his
Tell Lba Pair
kims that their Sauce
Is highly esteemed
In India, and Is In
t my opinion the most
jp palatable, as well as
Sauce that is made.'
TBVK orvrVG THE COXS UMER NOT OXL
THE BEST, HUT THE ulOST JSVVA'OM
10 AL H AWE.
SIGNATURE 13 ON EVERY BOTTLE.
JOHN DOCAX & SOS,
6 Collese Place and 1 Union Square,
01tA99!r and iAJM
JAI IIRlt PATEVr i..iHKHH.
JM. JACOBS, having now - - ran Ltte-s Patent
. both In tbe J. S. and Canada 'or the elastic pro
cess of copying, cautions all penonr from purchas
ing any of the "grams" or "graphs oi counterfeit
Imitations by which the public are belr victimized.
Alter a series 01 experiments conducted at gieatcosi
and Involving much labor, Jacob's Llthogram has
been so completely perfected that It Is not only more
duiable, but so altered tn construction and thickness
Idouble ibe original) and ease of erasure, that tbe
Patentee of this wonclfi ul and labor-saving appa
ratus Is enabled to offer a guarantee with each Lllh
ogram sold; and in Old that all mar test the mer
its of the Lltbogram, lr i established the following
reduced prices: Fostn! C;rd, 81 50; Note, 3; Let
ter, Sr; Foolscap, S7; Folio. Agents wanted
throughout tbe count r. Addrexs J. M. JACOB J, 3
Arch street, Boston, iiasj. Reference, Rand, Avery
A Co.. Boston.
frrM-i'tDlinii V ,-, . For the sroedv Cure f Scm.
iii.l V.-ukuK. Iamh of ISIaniioTMl, auii all tliMrtli'rs
rniilhrht tin ly iiidibtrt'tioii or excess. Any Druorifit
has Ihr iiirrelitnt. Adtirens
BaVIUSOX A: CO.. 78 Naseaq t?U. N. V.
I A 51 AN L.1X13
UNITED 3TATR3 AND ROYAL MAIL d . EAMERS,
ilvwYorlito I) armatonn dk Liverpool
Every Thursday or Saturday.
City of Berlin, 5491 tons. C'.tyor Montreal.4490tna
City of Richmond, 4H07 City of Brussels, - 3775
City of Chester. - 4fltf City of New YorH, - 3500
These magnificent sieainers arosmong the strorig
esl, largest and tautest on the Atlantic, and have
every minium imi'ixivpinent, IncliKllng hot and nld
M aud electric belts lu plHteixxmiH. revolving
chairs In saloons, tvith and smoMng-rooins, b;irler
shops, etc Forraltsof psviBjre anu otner Informal
tlon. apply to JOH; . DALE, Aeent, HI Broadwa)
ew Yc.-k, THOe. ISQWR,
Emmet Bank, Alepmbls.
AMONG THE LADIES
The brilliant, foscinating
tints of Complexion for which
ladies strive are chiefly arti
ficial, and all who Trill take the
trouble may secure them.
These roseate, bewitching hues
follow the use of llagan's Mag
nolia Balm a delicate, harm
less aud always reliable article.
Sold by all drusists.
The Magnolia ISalm conceals
every blemish, removes Sal
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.
OOOKI.KKK KSCAVATIMU CO.-OK-flee.43
and 192 Washington.
T. M. SCRUGGS. f. K. B. BAT'
SCRUGGS & RAY,
Attornoys at JLaetxxr
A- 12 Maflr30rrMeiiaii8, Tenn.
OFFICE HOME INSURANCE COMPANY, 1
Memphis, December 15, 1879. (
ty-At a regular meeiing of the- Board of Directors
of this Company, of tbls date, a dividend of
FIVE I'EK CK3IT. N
was declared upon the capital stock, and ordered to
be credited upon the stock notes.
B. P. BOLtlNO. Secretary.
UNION STOCK YARD.
I1UWARD & CO., Prop'rs,
Live Stock Commission Merch'ts
OFFICE AJtt YARD
Opposite Louisville and Nashville Kall
- road Iepot.
CONSIGNMENTS and eorrespondencs solicited.
Bpecial attention given to tbe tale of Cattle,
Sheep and Hogs.
Henirihla and Little Rock, and Little
Hock and Tort Smith Railways.
JTOB Krelehtor Passenger Rates, and Bills Lading
J to pobiis on or contiguous lo either ot the
above lines, aprdy to
B. W. LICillTBUBNE, Contra cting Airent.
No. 7 Monroe street.
ARE YOU INSURED?
Cieneral Insurance Agents,
Wo. 5 Madison street, Memphis
FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES REPRESENT KD
Losses promptly settled. alnhoutesi and
Country Wtorew specialties
Master's t ale of Real r state.
VTOTICE is hereby elven. that under and by vlr
LN tne of a deciee of tbe Honorable, the United
States District Court, for tbe Eastern District ot Ar
kansas, at Helens, rendered at the October Term,
1879. of said court, in a certeln cause pending
tbereln, and on tbe chancery side thereof, wherein
Nancy A. Edrlngton, as Executrix of tbe last will
and testament i f James H. Edrlngton, deceased,
was complainant, and J. W. Jefferson. J. T. Jeffer
son, l. W. L. Crook, John Matthews, Emily R. Haz
ard and John H. Hazard, admlnlstratorof James H.
Hazard, deceased, and others were defendants, I
will proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash In hand, at tbe door of the court-
bouse In tbe city of Helena. State of Arkansas, be
tween the hours prescribed by law for judicial sales,
On Tuesday, 13th day of January, lSO,
the following lands In Mississippi county, Arkan
sas, to-wlt: The southwest quarter ot section thirty
(HQ), In township thirteen (13) noitb, range eleven
(11) east; the south half of section ter,ty-hve (25);
tbe south hail ot section twenty-six (20); tbe south
wast quarter of section tblrtv-four (34) all In town
ship thlrleen (i3) north, range ten (10) east, con
taining In all nine hundred and two acres, and
known as the "Whltemore Plantation."
Also the following tracts or parcels of land In said
county and State, to-wlt: The northwest quarter of
section thirty six (3rl); In township thirteen (13)
north, range ten (10) east; the northeast quarter of
section thlrty-stx (HtV), In township thirteen (13)
north, rai,(?e ten (10) east. Also the southwest
quarter of tectlon three (3), In township twelve (12)
noith, range ten (10) east. Also tbe northwest quar
ter of section thirty one (31). In township thirteen
(18) north, ranee eleven (11) east said last named
tract ot land being known as tne ' Fain Planta
tion." B. W. NICHOLLS,
Master In Chancery.
Myers Fneed, Attorneys. su-tue
195 Poplar St., Dean Block,
HAS just received a fresh and complete s ock of
Pure Medicines, Imported Liquors, Soaps,
Stai'onery, Fancy (ioods. fete Call and examine my
stock betore Diifchasine elsewhere. The Prescrip
tion Department will be under my personal supervi
sion day and night, and all can rely on getting the
purest medicines ana Having i!iem accurately ais-
penseci. j. r. mkkhii i, li'o ropiar si.
Horses and Mules,
Cl & US Monroe St., near Peabortj Hotel.
TITK are recelvlne dally
a large assortment of
VV IlOKsEa and MULE3. Persons wanting
e toe It will sav4 n oney by calling betore purcnasing
eUenhere. Kverythlng sold by us fully guaranteed.
VVKICK BOARI OK HRALTH. 1
Taxinu-Di tkktop shblbt Copnty, V
Memphis. Tenn.. Dec. In, 1S7!. )
Fresh Vaccine Matter received to-dnyat the Health
oDlce. 2rli Second street. Indigent people having
children ruuirlniz vaccination are nereoy noiineaio
have them at the nealtu onlce between tne noursor
Ham. and lpm. each day. Physlnlnns wishing to
supply themselves will please call on the secretary.
This matter enouio be used at once.
Secretary Board of Health.
trf" vf w.etc,fini a Jlawriiifi, The be ob-c-.
v, r mvie , or hlne BtlH trde-mf r rlwi
iinit.to I on inferior (pncMiti, see thl Jiatm liem
t. evt-ry iilui.. So.n Uf All dlrs. .Serra i"r md awi
C. H. TAYLOR.
And Commission Merchants,
27 Front street, : Memphis.
HAVING closed their 8t. Louis horse, are now
fully prepared to receive and make liberal ad
vances on contlguments of cotton, etc., to their
Memphis house. They are Just tn receipt of and re
ceiving by ran and river a weu-seiectea siocn. oi
Groceries; Produce and Plantation Supplies.
Memphis Floral Co.
ARE growing the largest stock of Bedding and
Blooming Plants ever grown In the south. Bed
ding Plan's aud Hoses a specialty. Imported Uy
sclntlis. Tulips, Crocus and Narcissus Bulbs, and
Flower Seeds fresh and reliable, bend for prices
and save time and money.
STORE, 357 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS I
Nos. 81 to 87 Madison St.,
MEMPHIS. . .TENNESSEE
ARE now prepared to gin all cotton consigned to
them. With the latest aud most lrupioved
machinery, comprising Feeders, Cleaners, Hullers,
Condensers, etc Will guarantee both sample aim
pi-l as low as any tlnt-clas gins In the city.
No cl irs for drayage to tho giiis or ''ellvery to the
she!'. All cotton In-ureu fiee whillnour care.
Sacks furnlKbed to customers free ol charge on ap
plication. Give us a trial.
H. VV. BEAUDSLEY, Snp'U
RGILL BROTHERS & CO.
IRON. CASTING?, CUTLERY AND GUNS,
Steam Engines, Boilers. Ircnpipe and Machinery Fixtures,
I AG RICUXiTTJRAXs ISIPIsESIENT DEPOT
lteltiDs;, Hose and 1'acklng, Cotton umaj, .Tresses,
Fanglit-Ueering lysines. Wrist Mills.
Sole Agents in Memphis for B. F. AVEllY & SONS' PLOWS.
jyOur stock Is now fresh and complete, and bolng
Nos. 310-312 FltUNT
N; K. FAIRBANKS CO.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO,
rwe would call the attention of the trade crnei-all
Oil Some Rrrpulou manufacturers, unam
i mantel ijaru cou nnwr - 1V
bat we DO sustained in ourenons io aecy (w
W. S. TAYLOR,.
Grange Agent and Commission Merchant,
Has lteonened at 35 Front street, Memphis,
and begs leave to Inform the public that he la ready to
All CSJltBIICIMIITTIlW WO
J. R. GODWIN. -
A,, V. MULLIXS, Jr.
ODWIN k 0
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants
336 Front street, cor. Union, Sfenipliis.
Particnlwratrentlon given tothe
Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant,
Bio. 355 Front street, Memphis. -Tenn..
jf. li. HBAI'HSif K. K. JIKACHA1I, J. it, POSTOS.
M3 L ill E 101 AM Is OSd
W JlIOIjIDS TaT3
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AND SALT AGENTS,
Wo. 9 Tin ion street. :
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS
AND WHOLESALE DEALKB3 IN
Tobacco. Pines and Smoker's Artioles.
9RR Main trftfit. Memnhis and
ResrjectrullT Inform their friends and the trade that
stock of eoods In tbe market. gy-Qrders
Jno. W. DUlardL
DItLMD, C0FFII & CO.
Cotton Factors and
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ItSo. 338 Front street, : : : Itlempliis, Tenn.
C-Lineral advanrox made on all Cotton consigned to na gj
.Largest aortmcut la Ilie city, at
JLowest i'rlces. Jnst Uccclvel.
SNDKKW HTKWART, ASDBBW
STEWMT, GWYMSs CO.
v;holesale grocers, cohon factors
Nos. 356 id 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
Stewart Brothers & Co.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
New Orleans, Louisiana.
C B. Moore.
RfiOORE, B A3 SETT & CO.
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Sloldings,
Lumber. Iatli and Shincrles.
351-353-35t Second street, : Jleniphis, Tenn.
J. T. FARfiAS
K HAVE OPKN KD A PKRM AN S.M r bit ANCH
wants or oor iraie nno ,-Nif,sititfi,ots or
540, :tl.33niMt 35 Front wtreet, eoruer Anrtiou, ?euiplii
CJTKAM SAWMILLS AND ENiiIMK.3 ALL
O for 8inith A Valle's Atles and Cam Steain
rr-.traiBbea( and fiaatatloa
d SK.ND IOU UKdCBIPTlVS CATALOtiUK.Al
added to dally by new goods direct from Uie mano-
y to our well-Vvown brand of Lard and Ljrd
, . . r w . mt w k
" ji K. k" I kk V A o.
handle consignments of cotton and other produce.
il - iiuni
S. M. McCALLCM
handllngof cotton while in wlied
: : : Memphis, Tenn.
310 East 54th street, New York.
tney have on hand the largest andbest selected
soncHea. ana wiraiirown n""""-
M. 6. Dall
WALTER A. BOODMA-Ji.
ii. T. Basnet t.
reel. A ew Orleans. JLa.
OF OUR HOUSE AT NSW ORLEANS TO to KKT THE
eottnn will have carenil atenilon.
Iff I B.I.V SIKill Trt
KINDH IROX AMD BRASS CASTINA3 -SOl.K AUKNTd
-Pumps, Iron Store-fronts, ShifUun, pulleys. Hangers
Work a MveclKlty. Estlinas tumished on
OFFXB AT LOWEST FBICS3
New Crop (5rass Seeds
BTK, AMD HEISTS FBEMIUM , , ,
Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
A.pareirus and Htiubarb Roots,
Strawberry Plants, etc. Also.
Wrapping Paper, Paper-Bags and Twines.
223 Main street Memphis. Tenn.
COfin Dl AM. fvvmi.in!n-' amrl ncrUtir w
la t .. nt um Has u) j aiavuMj.o u o .
liuImnTi-iiU Lai r-.rontiisrtit. prfriaoa
I investments wl 4 2& to :.tva. CtrculM-, will, full-
ai l,ms tmw s can frtl In Mtorft dlinr.ilirsin
LAWUKNCK A 45 tichW(e lUc, NaT Vurk.
J. J. MURPHY.
B. F. MUBPHY.
Murphy & Murphy,
UNTO. O Madison. St,
(In rear of Cotton Exchange.)
BleiupliiM, - - - Tenneaseet
ONLY Flrst-Class Companies, in nooses ana
Countrr ttores Snedallles.
A LiRGE ASSORTMENT OF
Theatrical and Fancy Costumes,
WlilHI. BBABDM, ETC
Private and Amateur Theatricals, Tableaux and
Mask Balls, Furnisned very uieap.
Saml May, Cost umer,
Real state Broker & Rental Agent
889 MAIN STBEET,
Corni-r Madison. MEMPHIS.
A FORTUNE QUICKLY MADE.
MONEY has beerxmade more rapidly within the
last few months in Wall St than at any period since
1873. Immense profits have been realized from small
investments. The following affidavit explains itself:
rvramillT pp.iM Wot. n..Orr. A. P.rn...f 1M W. 49th
St. K.w York cn, to n. known, o. biir d.Iy mwtn My.
th.t on ma lomtmtal or plsaml with Th.tcb.r, Blmout
a Co., Bmnkam, ud br tb.K ofud for . prlod ot two wki.
Stmt, or Now Tork . 1 -
Clt7.ndO011al7.rNew York. I
Bworn Mlor. m. tni napiraiDW, i..
J. S. Hoku, NotArr PobUc, 91 Dun. St., N. T.
Thstchwr, Selmont A Oo. wwpt .vtaerfbw. .n th.tr 1 pr mbC
1 n or lu th.lr eottorntrttto. of CMitel, wbar.br . number
of .in.ll .nm. uT fr.ni Srt .nd npwud. mn Mnrrctwl .n4
.tork. opr.td. lAUtt W.I1 SftrMt Infomi.tloti Mut Itm upoa
XlliTCHEH, BELMONT & CO. Bankers. -
r. u. Hox UOI, M e Hromx Btrwrt. Kmw orm mty.
Valuable Fanning Lands.
BY virtue or a decree of the Chancery court oi
Pwoto county, Mississippi, I will, as adminis
trator de bonis non ol the estate ot U. L. Blythe, de
Monday, the 12th Day or Jannar j, 1U,
sell at the eoarthonee door In Hernando, the follow
ing lands In Desoto county. Mississippi:
IN TOWNSHIP TWO (2), range eight (8);
All of Bection four 4;
Southwest quarter of section six (rt):
South half of northeast quarter of section six (6);
All of section nine (9);
North half of section fifteen (IS):
Northwest quarter of section sixteen (ltj);
Ninety (tX)) acres, east part of northwest quarter
ot section seventeen (.17).
IN TOWNSHIP THREK (8). range eight (8);
East halt of section six (.0);
Seven (7) acres, strip west Bide section five (5) west
of Memphis road;
Northwest Quarter of southeast quarter at section
IN TOWNSHIP THREE (3), range nine (9):
Northwest quarter of section eight
South half of southwest quarter of section seven
teen (17); .
Ninety-five 05) acres, south part of southeast
quarter of section seventeen (17).
IN TOWNSHIP TWO-(2), range ten (10);
All section tutneen (13);
All section twenty-three (23);
All section twenty-five (25);
AU section twenty six (2rt);
West halt of section twenty foor (24).
Turn-OnA-half cash: balance In twelve months:
with six ($) per cent, li-terest, secured by bond, with
... XI V 1 1 1 .Hmltilitnlliw
Ik llm, or Uloerated VUjiH
&u IlcltiiiK's Pile Kcmecv
fails to cum. t.ivt-. unmeiiufcl
reliel, core. ca3 of oug .t.nd.
injc inl -pok,nrrl:narT rasw in J
d. )la bntto. Sola JiJ.U
drurKbu. J. l SllUtn SI T..
,416 r-pmc St.,Phil&., Pfc,tole
Advice trn, in all dnwasu Cll or writ.
I irTlIlN vrmrv- on bollle yrTtnw printed in
. W. JONES 4, CO. Agents. 2.S7 Main street.
RAVING qualified as administrator of tne estate
of Mrs. Ausuata Kortrecht. deceased, all per
sons having ciaims against tbe estate will please
present tnem to me; ana loose owinj uie nmn wm
please settle up. j. i,annr. auw r.
414 3Iain street, Memphis.
Dress .;t,ra-t, Shwl, Mik nl ClwitUiag Uy
mhU roilorM : Jr&ie Ve:! lTt-ti.
DrevM in ll fnbric claoKl wuhonl rippij er
removing tlie trimmm. The mt lormt Jrty
od thlril dr.Mt. i tliusi tlrgiitly cleuiwi.
Bfi-;...!. r.-lii! ue.l l- .-pi - r.-mUy M kel.
Officb of Cabvkr (ilN and Hacbinr Co., I
Corner Shelhv and M'Call streets. f
WE have a supply on hand of the Llghtrdraft,
Ka-t-Klnnlng Carver Couon Uln, and also the
renowned Kclipse Hulling Ulna and Condensers and
feeders, aud are prepared to oo rjin neiminng
promptly. CARVER UIN AND MACHINE CO.
J. FLAHERTY & CO
U A 1) EBTAKEB,
And ManuractnrerB of Flaherty's Patent
I'reserrina; Casket or Corpse Cooler,
S17 aad SIH XECflNII HT JIKJIPH1M
WB keep on hand full lines of Metallic Solid
Walnut, Boeewood Finished Casket auA
ws, trimmed in tne nignesi srjre or arc. . rueni
Mall or Telfwraph will bepromptlt llled.C. O. I
TKANACT3 A OENEBAt BANKING BUSINESS
deals In Foreign and Domeatlo EzcbanS't
and executes Orders for the Purchase and Sale of
Local Bonds, Stocks aud fccnps .
J. J.tvi, rrwiarai.
Ewd. Qoldshtth. Cashier.
ii k. m. a. root.
8 the most successful and cheapest In Chronic and
. Private Diseases. OlUce, No. tt Mulberrr street
near B'ale. Memphis.
. Execntor's otlce.
HAVING been appointed and qualified tr the
Probate Court of 8belhv oountv. Tennes?e. as
executor ot Mlcliei Escazsux, deceased, creditors of
said estate will present their claims, and debtors
must pnj up. juh.h ujun. nxecuior.
Humes at rriston. SHorneys. a.-Hl Main street.
T. B. HATNES, K. K. HEKUON. Lste
Formerly T. B. Haynes & Co. Berron, Connor A Co.
Herron, Haynes & Co.
And Commission Nerebantw,
OFFICE, 268 FR0 T STI1EET,
Lthnral advances on conslirnments. Special at
tent'ori Klven to rilling orders.
DELINQUENTSJTAKE NOTICE !
ON THE FIR3T MONDAY IN JANUARY NEXT.
t Ibe lourthouse itnor. In Memphis. Shelby
county. I will ofler for we the real estate tielontr'nK
to dellmiueiit tax-psjers. A des-rlption ol which
re rotate nmy be Mstn on uiy booka lu my olli -e.
December J. 1S79.
UKO. B. FLEECE, County Tnistee.
The dsilnquents referrrd to are those !io rail lo
pay the 1 axiuu district taxes for 1k7'.. nrd S;ate
and count, and Memphis city texes for 1K7M.
State and cmnty taxes for I K7il are now due.
oAO. B. a'LKECK, Counu Trustee.
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