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Umce No. 1 MadtionHUreot. L AUG EST CITY ClgCCUKW, Arrival and Departure of Traint. Kght (.xo.Pt Sundav) 2:34 P.m. 4:55 t.m MiUI train nialies ditooBiiootUntorN. Or cans ana an poinw oui . Kxpren- train pake. ro 5tloS: SIKd ... p"n,; of Mi.siislppt uentrai raiirvou. "ticket office, 2S7M Main itwwt, audit the dopot. Omnibuses win can i"i";r!"" 3h.okbamtag.lii enr .part of the city or leav ing order. .l&MOEK. fl. Sept. MMraU AKD OHAKLUTO aUIlSOAn. Throuph mall, dally 1.01r.tt. iJ0r.it. Xhrouhxpresi, dailytdoo , pot orriveSund&y or leave Sturdy) Kailroai rial. aft- minute tartar tiao BiairiT HnOHiB, Passrager Agent. VlatrHIS lltD LOVHTaLI BAILgnAB, Day Express lMr.ii. fA... Ticket oie. No. 7 Main mt, De- -8.B. JONES. Sup SELL HOT ELL, Passenger Agent. a-IHTBia A MTTLI 00K RAIXBOAD. flnmn Wger Leav Hopefel J at 8.03 a-ta. j Tarrtre at L'A .tuille at It . Gomis.i iUsT Leave L'Aguilleatl7;30p.m.s arrive at BnpaSold at :40 p.m. Trains leavo daily. Ferryboat leave, loot or Union r4ft-S: , : General Agent and Superintendent THE CITY. Notice. No bills against the Lsdgk ofEce.or myself will hereafter be recog nized ia tettlements, or in any other way, nnless contracted by me in penou or on my written order. E. Wtmiiogg. Mb Jokis Dear Sir: In reply to your inqairy as to the .access of the cookinj; stove called the Rilianca I pur chased of yon, I will !ale that the cost of foel for roBniBg that atove, ccmpared to the wood on ia about one-seventh in favor of the coal stove. Tht expense of the wood stove, with wood at $8 per cord, is about fifty cents per day, besides the cutting, aod the eoal atove about eight cents, as used at my boose my cook using i coal and coke. Tba calcula tion is tunde upon eoal at ?l 10 per bushel, and coke at 14 cents per bushel. The cooking is done quicker and as well on the " Reliance " as upon the wood atove. Yonrs, truly, 101 Geo. Dixos.. Limit towels, $1 60 per dozen, at Kraos', 218 Main. . . ., c W How are yon "eff for soapf frifiy per cent, better value at the Revolution Dollar Store, 213 Main street. 98T If Ton want btrRsios in millinery and dress-makine, call tn M. A- Roberts 4 Co., 322J Main HreeU ., , 122 Dsb the celebrated Home Waahor and Clovhes Wringer, 276 Second street. 105 . Gshtk line'! handkerchief, $4 50 ne dozn, woi'h $6, at Krans', 218 Mtin. 79t Select a be of handkerchief!, balf bose, F. Y. ohirtf, or any style of fur nishing, goods, tor holiday Kins, at vvie gans 4 Thorn's, 233. Clay Building. 82 t Hats cleaned, dyed, pressed, trimmed eqnal to new. M. Cohev, 390 Main at. t Da. Spai.mjio 4 Co.'e Tennessee S ate Cancer, Lunjr, Eye and Ear Infirmary, is established in this city Comultation Rooms, 68 Monroe street. They bav BD institution of the kind at Nashville, Ten nessee. Patients are there from all sec tions of the country. They have been most successful in treating old chronic aores, nlcert and old chronic diseases. Amone their patients, the Ex Presi dent Andrew Johtisoo has been treated for a cancer; General Jonee, of the City H.tol- I.nnien H jIlinBswortn. Dr. Holt, and a great many prominent cilizsus of the surrounding States. They use no knife r.nd give no pain in killing a can rer. The effected shonM not fail to call No charge for cooeultntioo. 105 Two hundred dcaen misses' and cbil drcn' foncy wool bosc, at great but gains, at Kraus', 213 Main 79t Riad Walker Brothers 4 Co.' a adrer vertisement. They are going out of the retail business, therefore effer great br gaiDS to tba retail trade. 103 Hsktb' ileeve buttons and studs, cold plated and warranted, for one dollar, at the Revolution Dollar Store, 213 Main etreet. 9ot Tn Btsr is tbk CHrAPrer. J. De vote has the best of everything in tbe family grocery line, corner Third and .dams streets. it Prime Beef. f J. R. Williams begs most respectfully to inform his friends and patron that be has now on bnd lb fittest and best beef that has been in the city for years, aud will mite a grand display to-day, when all are invited to see for thetnselvtt at th. Charleitno Market, 221 Madisoa street N. B. The cheapest place in the city for fresh and salt meats. 105 A Rabi Cdac. The proprietor of the Lkdgeb is now offenng at bargain one of the most desirable pieces of property in tba suburbs of 'Memphis. The place ia four miles out on the Her nando road, and cornering on the survey made tor tbe Memphis and 8elma rail road, and upon wbich (should the road ever Le completed) tbe depot will be erected, as there will be on land on either side of the road for sale for many years to come. Tbe tract contains twelve and a half acres good land, well improved: new house, kitcben, servants' house, smoke-boose, corn-crib, carrisge- uoase, wagon and shelter, etc, all new; fine voung erotjara, raspberries, straw berries and grapes , fins clover lot, grass lot, gardan etc.; two splendid cisterns . and a hrsae pond. Adjoining tbe above place, on the north side, is Widow Wbit- more's place, containing twenty-four acres, well improved, that is also on tee market as a bargain. For any one desir ons ef going into tbe gardening and fruit raising business, these two placet cannot be excelled at regsrds location, qaiJity of boi), improvement and cbesouf cf tbe prices that tbey areaowtfieK. at. Acv one desirous to invest will be shown tbe lands by calling at the Lidoib office, or at Lanier 4 Waddell't office, 2H6 Second street, or on the premises. 74t How are you off for aoap T Fifty per . rent, better vain, at the lievolutio Dollar Store, 213 Main street. 92T , Haasy t I allMBal.st. e-t HAirPfoat chromoa, ia black walnut an j cilt frames, at the Revelation Dol ar Siore. 213 Main street, : ?ot ni Bnd nther New.. Holly Springs ii to ,bave a Radical paper. nrt .W L-now is again spokeu of as a candidal for Mayor, Frnno M. Paul, formerly of this city, I nnnulnritv KDULIDUiuii . f- I r - 1 ...M.u InrTlArk hf the CoDStltU tional Convention. He is eminently ID D) wauu.w.w - - - . qualified for the position.' :-tw.Aiftht fnBa warn itiariOfted of h ni.ijdliu. A Atmm ifni.1 al llnn.hun AOUrt VeS' IUB ..-..w- - a.Juwt- iMnpninff Artit MIA nnH IIUIKII CU ICrUDJ UJVuu.hl w..a .-..: :-r was nollected in finea. lnere .... An Clalo naeoa Thin IB 80CD DrOO that Christmas was celebrated here. We learn that a difficulty occurred at Batesville, on tne missitsippi " u- A l.o Rilnrdav. which UQHCO iaiuuu .HB . resulted in the killing of a negro and tba severe wounding ot an oia " Mean whisky was tbe primary cause, W Mir! nnt learn anv names. Mr. Henry J. Lynn announces himself irt the Iikdgkb s an inaepoauuu date ,f- Mayor. That he has the ability to make a good executive tfficar none will question, lie is a young man of . , - l.naua nnnri tine anility, ana no aoum u ," -chance as any of the independent candi dates. Col. J. H. Bowen, the present tncuno- ; tain h will be seen by bis announcement, for rs-election us Ciiy Tax Collector. While we ainer irom mr. credit for a faithful disoharge of the duties ot bis office, and it elected ne win mi ui continue to make a good City Tax Co.' lector. To-night tbe various Watd meetings are to be npia to aeieci ui'" to the City Convention, which is to as emKia nmt Thnradav. to nominate a Democratie candidate for Mayor. Every one interested anouia auena. aui. u ,i,ut in tha hiatorv of our city, and much depends upon these Ward meetings. We must navo a koou Saturday night a young man oamed John Craue, living four miles from the LataArt 1ia CTrttlw VnrA and Her- nando roads, was shot throngh tha head by some one trom tne outsioe. i" " entered exactly between bis eyes. He was alive at last accounts, but not ex pected to possibly survive. He lived nur Mr. Alexander's, and had been mar ried only six raootbs. No clue to the cowardly assassin. , The Memphis Chamber of Commerce as the annual report of that of Cinoin- . Tha amtrutilTr arrAnira.d and printed volume has a mop prefixed, on wbieb ciempDis, ana not sr. ijouis, vairu or Vioksbnrg.ls made the central ter minnscitrot the Sjnthnrn Pacific rail road. This fact ia significant, nJ a C( i cession of all that Mempbis has de manded. It only remains torus to cause Little Rock railroad im broglio to be suppressed. Judges Election Notice! TN ACCORDANCE WITH FRUCLAMn- R.n,.p tha Inll.arinff narannil ar. anointed to opw) and hol'l an election, on Jaousrr 8. 1870, for jndKxsor tn.Lnanectruounaaa wumiuiu Law Curt f Khc!by Coontr: 1st Biitrict-At Btepbsn English's. Danntv Camrausianer. K M Bond ; Jarw, d W l'h'm. J gniith, J Hughes; Cl.ri., R W Kicks. 0 M FriL 2d District-At Hshon'i. Tlonntv Cnmrnitiianar. W P York: JnJses. A I tinnier. X R Nelfcn, W S N.blin; Cisrkt, W C Ward, W X Nelson. 3d District At Bolton's Store. Tlorntv Commisfton.r. W J A Bell : JaJwa, J h Wvnn. N B bsarks, V, M BsUinan; Cl.rks, B! J F Duncan, H HemberL 4th District-At Old Dnioa Church. Depnty Ommisfioner. Thci L Gil.'t Jndrts, Jamot Cnnuel, K B Harold, A McSouth I CI:Ju. W leftwioh, J W Carroll. Bth Diitriet-At Baisigh. Drpnty Comiliirnr, W II Mnjrief: Jodnes, ii B Williforil. Thomas M Ward, tit, NiekeU: Clerks, B W Prr, U R Full.r. 7tn Sistrlct-At Birtlett. "Tanntv rnmn,iaiAnar. T! W Tatdwctl; Jnilccs WB Willifmson, W Pamelton, IS Mtrcar; Corks, W J M'ard, A Mercer. S'.h Sistriet-At thelby S.pot. Daunt Commiuinnor. Ii M.Mullins: Judges. Wm (iritln. 8ilas Whamr. C It Kns 11 h Clerks, J M Williams. W P Thompson. 9th District At f ishervllle. r, . n : I to TI v.kl.i JudgM, J M Brok, W 8 Baxter, J W llor lii; Clerks. W U Priddy. O M Strocg. 10th Dlstriet-At Colll.rvilla. Topn'y Cerninleiion'T, H Irbr : Ju'ses, J fie mine, Jaaso An"lbit, J ( Aioore ; lerks. A S Siratton, J W Kon. 11th District At Osraaatovn. DarutvCoiamfs'irner. L A Rhodes : Judges. R Wair. J C Callii. J P Wenfcrd: Clerks. M ? Webb, Vt'm Carter. lth Bistriet At Keebanlcsvilla. Deiii'T Crmmi: leir. T) Pearson: Jndscs. J Vf I' lam, W M Moor.. Wm Condi; Clark, 11 W ll-dtord, X f li.wis. 13th District-At Arnold's. TterntT Comniisionr. F C Bterh'nson. Jo dew. W L Londr. W A Pnolr. J W L.vi; CLrka, I F beoicv. (IMS Williamson. 16 tb Distriet-At White's Button. Deputy Commirs'ion.r, J 0 Harver ; JnJites, II GooriletL W H ilnrna. A W Moor.: CUrki, A J Brooke, AGO it.s. 17:h District At McConnell's Church. TtetiatT CMcmiasicner. T D aTasser : .TnilBet. J Master, A M Stout, A C Bsark: T M Alix and.r, Robt Buds. CITY. 1st Ward-Horth 2nd Bavy Ttrd. Dmnty Coioniisiioner. .'an.s A K.wsoa Juizer, J K Hand.. t birjer, J tilancey Clerks, C C Baoh. F T Ata-sod. Si Ward At Corner Washington and xoinu oireati. r, i i i t i n:,,t . . Jrdnes, R W Lishtburne. T J Camibeil. W J Cbas.; Clerks. 1 bos Joyc, A K Kdeicgton. 8d Ward-At liernan's Offl. Dacnty Commissioner. W K Barrett : Judres. Jam Roork, W i McKeoi, J B higLisgo; Clerks, il.cr Echradar, V.' A llelioa. 4'.h Ward-Atornsr Madisoa and Third traka. Deputy Commiuioner. I T Cartwriaht: Judges. A T Laoey, V M 6tanley. W W Cola- man; Clerks. Alan Alrwaa, A llolbicg. S'.h Ward-At Circuit Conrt Esusa. Tlanntv fammtttioner- Tbne W 0'llnnr.fllt! J od ee, J u unlet, uwenMniin, J as togarty Cierkt, W W Uilbert, J no U Baird. 6th Ward-At Corner Ti'.bert aadXulbsrry Dtree.s. DeimtT Conmiuioner. IIBCbiles: Jadre. P A Cieail-. Tkns B Xnnnmu J Iialelaad: Clorks, W At Ulart, earn I noon, jr. 7th Ward-At Corner Lindas and Causey oirveia. D-duIt Comm'iMioi.er. llobt Good: Jadres. W Lbtrwaru W Davidena. Larry Ate rnu tad: t-ieras, t rosier, I. u J van. Bth Ward-At Church ea Quinby Avtaus. DrDatr Cmmirsioner. D T Mnmarrat: Jsdces, II B Holt, I Pant.. T llotieoy: tiaras, i u buwart, Atugaa. ucry. 9:h Ward At Comer lerr aid II th BUe.lt. Depnt Commlwioner. W B QliiMa Jod?. C M Wadrig. J Dankury, J Herring; Clerks, 4 i Aiannwergar, r v ccoM-er. 10th Ward-At Africa Bailey's Church. Deputy Comajliioner, W F MoLefresh; J ad. T T Wruht, W 0 Kllis. J M Wtlliaat. torn; Clerks. J M itMO, Ac rule Biiiea. V Deruty Commissioners will pleas call and get returns ar d toll-bo"k, and be ewora in. JOHN P. BuCOHNkR. CummiTioaer of Kegii'Atioa ior the;oy county. luo u JIAHTIN liYlK, MsiliarttBreiraitafatlrMaaiaiMal A wax , a,4 deBler la t raliwre. S7 IJADISOS BTREET, KIH?S13,TI'NN. SPRINO. Hair. Cotton, Mae. fhq-k and Eseejatar Ms-traam, Pillew,, Comforts, Bolster, t beeu, Pdloa talil. etau alwaya oa kaod a.nna4e to ardar. liatelj aad 6laa koau forai.hedoo .r.ort aoura. Carpatj nada aad laid; Cartaia kaariae : Fani'ar. apbol tie, aad yrn:,had: u.anal at ten tine paid to varniahin, riu Vese'iaa liliada re trlMd: AiattraaaM aa, 3,4, renoyat.d. lue-Ua ANNOUNCEMENTS. jfook or tbe law ruvatr. im iKl AUTHORIZED TO AN W nnunM J. A. Anderson as a candidate for J ads. of the Law Court, election January Bth. " w JlTWfelK OF CHASCEHY COHBT. vrr lltKAIITnnrtiy. KDTO AN' VV nonno. Judtr R J. Mornan, tb. credent Incnmbont, as a candidate at th. .anoint Juoi aial alnatinn I'ne the otRfla of Judff.Ot th. Ub.n oery Court, which was vaoated by tb. rei(ta- tmn Ol lion, w m. ju. nmiin CLKatK OF NKCOND CIKCITI TCOVKT HfR. EDITOR: SOME KIND FRIENDS 1TX hav. seen Qt t. call upon on. to oeeeme a oandidat. for the abov. office, and in reply I ean only say that I will aeoept a nomination, If tendered, and If elected, will endeavor to per T EDITOR LEDOKR: IN RESPONSE TO A 'i A.n in ka Uiibi.ij, l.inflft. van vill Dlea. announc. my nam. as a oandixat. for Clerk of the rJeoond Circuit Court, ene ov eoumy. gtf-te JOB BARBIERE. nTTnn. T.snnn:R IWRERPONSET0 A call from some of mr friends. In Saturday's nun Bhnniii tha tieonia or rueier count? oooide to honor me witn tn. position oi tiera C.nmrL T will idfll.TOrtO hoir my upprcoition bj ft faithful ilirJoharMOl 11B UIUIO!, M' a A.v waa"m ATI'T GED'l OF ORIMIBf I COCBT. TT7-B AR3 AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE IV Jnhn R Krra a candidate for the office of A tlorner General of the Criminal Court. t JFDSE OF FIRST CIKCVIT COCBT. CW. HKMKI.LL IS A CANDIDATE a for Judeo of tbe First Circuit Canrt of Brieihy eonnty. fa t. jijner.or sF.ioivnciBCUiTcofjBT E ARB AUTnOfllZSD TO AHSOUNUK J. A. Anderson as a candidate for Jndg. of tb. Second Judicial Cireuil of Shelby oonntT. COUNTY COURT CLERK. AM A CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY Court Clerk, if ih. various Conventions fix m. so I can be. Your votes, if yon please. U ' Still Marching On." AT THE SOLICITATION OK BUBEiJ nv frianria. and n rAKannge tO th. Calls in the Appeal and Ladger, I would rMpeotfully s'ate that I am a candidate for Ckrkof tbe County Conrt. tuhjeot to th. action of the Xi.mocratio Convention. .-, , to- WILL, I). MAYOR. TrrB ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE IV flenrv .T. T.vnn. Ka.. aa an independent candidate for Mayor, at th. ensuing municipal election on th. 6ih of January. t. WB ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nnnrjne J. D. Ruffin as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing municipal .lection. t AI.IEBHEN. TN RKPPONSB TO THK CALL, MAD"! L npon m by the sitizeDS of the Fourth Werd, i bee: me a candidate for Alderman of the Fourth Ward. te B. JJ. rr Auvtbii. UNEXPECTED NEWS INDEPENDENT flindidatal P. A. Siebert announces bimself - independent candidate for Alder- -f th. KuMnJ W mrrl a,, tha antninv Til 11- nicipal e'ectloe. Hit bouse. No- 81 Adams tmet. will ba ooen free to all from data until I bis .lection- . t CITT TAX COIAF.CTOR. .T OHNH BOWEN IS AN INDEPENDENT mndidaM for re-election Ut th. office of Tax Collector, subject to the eleotion, 8th of Jan uary. . ,,. t E ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Fan i W. ttobertaon as a candidate for Citv'ibz Collector at the ensuing election, sub ject to tb. action cf tb. convention. 89 te WE ABB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE W. T- Thurmond a candidate for City T-i.t Collector at ihe ensuing eleotion. I. WEARS AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE John Newsom asacandid.it. for City Tax Collector at the ensuing Municipal eleotion, subject to th. dectiien oi tne nominating con vention. - te WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO AN nonnee Colonel Charles M. Carroll as a candidate for City Tax Collector, subject to mmstion hy the tMty convention. t H W If ARFM ASTER. RH. WILLIAMS IS AN INDEPEN- dent candidate for Wbarfmast.r at the ensuing election. te WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Csptain M. Pyne aa a ciliien's candidate for Wharfmastar at the ensuing ejection, t. WJ?, ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE tf Capt. Larry Harmstad as a ean did at. for Wharfinaster. at th. ensuing municipal eleo tion. IM B ARE AUTftORIZED 19 ANNOUNCE the name cf Captain K. A Levy at a can didate f.ir Wbarfmsster, at th. ensuing munic ipal election. Btf-to WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCB the name of J. Jack Wilson at aeandi- date for Wharfmaster, at th, entuint munici pal election. 83 te WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE the rain, of HOBT. GOOD, prrrent in cumbent, for re-election to the office oi Wharf master, at th. n.xt municipal election. 7d-t. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCB Matthew Steon aa a candidate for it harf- master at th. ensuing election. flVf CITT RECORDER. AT THE SOLICIT ATIftJT OF MANY Or mi old friends. I hav. consentod to be come a candidate before the Genera) Council for tbe ofhoe of City Bec.rder. at the election in Jermire ('e W. I,. RTKWAHT. NOTICE TO Tax-Pa ers of Shelby Connlj. IH E Tag Books for the yar 1W will be ready January 1, WD. and I will immediately therealter prceeed to collect according to law. All Tax-Pater who hav. personal property mu;t come forward at once or they will find thtir taxes tn the hands ol Constables, whe are authorised to distrain a sufficiency to pay all taxes. I will at' end at th. following named places for the pnrnote of receiving th. State and Conntt taxe for th. Jeer IBM Di-trictN. 1 AtC. M. Freed't stare (Otsel Haul, oa Tuesday, January 11. District No. J W. C. Ward's, If a,., oa Mon day, January 10. District No. Bolton't store, oa Saturday, January a. D'.strict No. 4 Cuba, ob Friday, January T. Dlstri t No- i Engine house (corner 8econd), oa Mob Jay. J anuary 24. District Ho, f RItlib, oa Saturday, Jan nary IS. District No. 7 Bartlett, 00 Friday, January District No.8-Sk,lby Depot, oa Wedneslay, January U. District No. 8-FUhervilie, on Thursday, Janaary 13. District No. 10-Cllierrille, on Monday, January 17. . District No. ll-Qnnentown, on Taesday, January ia. Ditrict No. 1J Mecbanictville, on Thurs day, January zu. District No. IS Arnold's, on Friday. Jan aary 21. District No. U-Offloe eiraer Second and Unioa, on Touday, January 3b. District Ko. li-H jndwerkec'nTOcmyCCbel- Ktl, oa batmrtiay, January 22. Disrrit Ne. la VThite't ttatioa, oa Wtdn day, January 19. District No. 17 McConncll't Church, on T t arid January 0, WM. Met. RAT. Tax Collector. Shelby Count.. Tena. Ofiic. in County Court Buildint. oomr cf beccad an. Union streeui. ftoom ha. 4. V7-1IM gciluc's Kiscotine, A taott KxeailMit, Hoalthy aad IavTgoreting . roob FOR IA FASTS. TT isjrery aonrishlnt. vet ttrfct and aaaitv dl 1 gesled, and is recom mended by many pkysi- ciau. rrey ana oniy oy DELLUC &, CO., r H All ACEUi 1ST, No. 6S3 Broad wa j, 5ew Tort. For sal. ia Memphis by . w. JtsWKtj CO, H-lB-S-eod M7 Mat as Street. COTTON FACTORS. w. a. TATLoa...w h. aADVoaa -w.a. n'uuisa TAYLOR, RAI)F0UJ & CO., COTTON FAQTORS AND WEJITJKAL COMMISSION MEBCIITft, 1 F Monroe s'tret. bet. Main and Front JriKMHlS. A'1E. Bagging, Rope, Ties and Supplies furnished on reaaonanl. terms. Hpecinl attention given to filling eash orders , r ah consignments insured, unless ouior wise instructed. 29-105 CO o o e3 o o H O H u a a 0 if B - . o I o o pa c3 H. Born. r. u. whits. i. h, uavib. BOI I), WHITE & DAVIS, Cotton Factors AND COM31ISSI0N JIERCHAST?, No. 298 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. All eonsignments envered "w Or.a Policy, ard in storo oovered by Insurauoe, unless otherwire inntructed. 80-116 OTSKW. aIoAUTI' s CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors UUCKITLVU, FCnWARDINO, AND G n'l rosarcJs ifin Merchants, LBS BLOCK, I'don Htreet, Meinphla, Teniiesaee. 4 LI, COTTOy, TOBACCO OR OTHER V rroduco roPftuKeil to an insured, unless ot'.er o;h r na. f apriic furniahed at Ui. lowest market Iftl-H-MX S ABI T. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MEBCHANT?. Offlw, No. IS (np alMrsi) Moaby t llnnt's Bleek, 804 Front Htreet, r'njib advancn made on oonsirnmenis. and general plantation supplies furnished at lowest tHc. yn ilf MEDICAL. Dny Dr. f paldlng's Electric OIL HE Great Medicine Wonder 1 Kills all pain In two minute. S2S reward far a single fail ore in botta and cbolie in horses, f-nre cure for hog cholera. Death to rheumatism and all chronio diseases. No sen sation. Applied f weak or sor. eyes, sure cure Iloalsall ordinary tore., ia twelve boars. Uny Dt. Koa IdiQS t uanoer saiTe. uures all cancers, ulcers, sores. Jfor tale ny all arurrits. MANSF1KLD AHIGBEB, C. C. WARD A BR0.. HfMO-15 Agent". Memphis Dr. IUchaiTs eolden Kemedies. Use these only, and save time, health and money. $1000 REWARD for any case of disease, in any siege, wnicn tney tail 10 oar.. DR. RICHAU'S Golden Balsam, No. l.eures nlcera. ulcerated sor. throat and mouth. sore eyes, cutaneous eruptions, oepper-oolnrod blotches, soreness of theecalp, scrofula, eto; it is the greatest renovator, a'teratlv. and blond purifier known, removes all mercury from the system, a.d leaves the blood pur. and healthy. DR. RICHAU'S Golden Balsam, No 2. cures mercurial affections, rheumatism in all its forms, and rives im- edlxte relief in all eases. Price of either No. I 0r No- 2, $5 per bottle, or two bott es for $9. "T.R. RICHAU'S Golden Antidote, a rapid It and radical cur. for all urinary derange- taents. rrice, $3 per bottle. DR. BICHAO'tl Golden Elixir D'Amnur, a radical cure fnr nervous or general debility. In aid or young! imparting energy with won derful effeot- Price, $5 rer bottle, or two for $9. On receipt of price these remedies will be shirt ed to any place. Prompt attention paid te all correspondents Nona genuine without the nsme of "Dr. Richau's Golden Remedies D. B. Richards, Sole Proprietor, blown in gliws of bottle,. Addre-s Dr. D B. RICHARDS. No. m Variek "t.. New York. l9-il-S DR. D. H. JOHNBON'8 llEDICAL DISPEXSAItY, No. 210 M aln atret (np atsslra), S now permanently established for the our. of all forms of privato diseases Impotence, Seminal Weakness, Syphilis in its varied forms, cured without mercury or other poison ous druta; also, diseaet peculiar to females. Dr. Jonnson has given riis special attention to th cure of private disease, f.ir tw,nty-fiv ear. All afflicted sbnnld call. Umoa Dours, am in S n.n, t einndava. from S to 6 p m. Medicines sent to all part by .xprcsi. on re ceipt ef price, $IU. viu- v. e. iiuunnu 1. M. ir. Medical Notice. DR. C. . CADE, LATE VISITING rtiT'iriivn of the Charity Hospital, ew Orlean., L-, and for the last three years sur geon of the II. H. Poet Hospital at Jackson, liis.,reiecttully tenders bis protcsional ser vi.e to the cititens of Memphis nd vioini-y, tn hum nf ertrr chaacter. tioeeial attention given to all diseases peculiar to females ; also, venereal, syphilis, tumor,, and all chronio dis eases 15-in-M no 111 Kni arreer. SPICER & SHARPE, 354 KalBstHMagCYite Iock, pP.Esn ARRIVALS by rail thit day : Sew Carraata, Hew Cltroaa, sew Ralalssa, lew Torfclah Frwmee), Hew risra, Kew.Itallaai Maccaronl, Hew Estasxt Cbeotr, -Cocoa HssU, Oranges, Cider, - d other nice good! at fair price. 4J-t SPICER SHARPE. Valuable Bcsldence For Sale. BY virtue of aa Interlocutory Decree of the County Court nf Hardeman eenoty, at th. Deeember Urm. thereef. 1 will, ea Bettwrdskf. JsaiskT 1, 17, At tba oourt-haa-e dc.-r, ia tb. city f Mem phis, Tenn., at the nortOeast corner of Union ande'econd itreets.sell 'hat desirable rasidence ba oerisf to tb. heirs of C. O. Joy, deo'd. aow eeeupied by fet Harris, bwianing at a point 0 tbe north line ef Lin dea street, 6) feet east frorathetuiereectlnn ofihaoorth line of Linden with the east line of Bt Martta etreet : thane, eaet with the aorta lia.of Linden street ' feet : tbenc. north and parallel with St. Martin street ViO feel i the-ct weet and parali.l with Liaden stra.1 10 feet I theeee eeaih J6 tewt t. tha rMarinnina. Hald rald.DM i eeld for divl aina aianna tba haira of mld C G. JoV. dc'd. Terms of Sale (.ine-hAlf eah: balance In 12 moat-,, with net. ant? approved aaearity, and a lia recaioedi antil the pnrehaae money It J K HARMI-.-; C.mj4 M. BoUvar. Ttaa-, iMOcmbw su. Ml. V) 104 , B ... - J i S H.J.SEMME8. , WHISKIES : V E S T, m'o'r E i" A N b' . ROBERTSON OOUNTy, V B 6;U E B 6 1ST P U R E R T E , AND A VABIETT OF OTHER GBADES OF "WHISKEY ITOR COUNTRY TRADE, BANKING. Banking House OF MEMPHIS LIFE &GEN. INSURANCE COMPANY, CORNER FRONT AND MADISON STS. D. B HOIXOT a . . . . Prealrfent FFROIFfAHO HOLLOT a . Caabler. 1S8 9- 13(1 TRANSPORTATION. MEMPHIS & ARKANSAS 11ITEB PACKET COMPANY, VHITED STATES MAIL LIKE. , Winter Arrangement. DURING tbe present high water la the Ar kansas river, this company will run th. following fleet of elegant passenger boat through to Fort Smith ; rilOS. II. ALLEH,......Pritchard, master. MART BOTn,..i..Httinee, master. W. A. CALDWELIE. W. Noland, master. -FIION, .....Clay Rice, matter. DAROtKCLLE, W. B. Neland, matter. OZARK, ...,.....w....Ad. Storm, master. ( ( . . Leaving Memphis . . Tncsdajs, Tbarsdays, Saturdays, At O o'clock p.m. ' These boat ar. elef ant. They leave on time. Their acesmmodationa are unsurpassed, and they offer, under this arrangement, unprece dented facilities to emigrants, shippers and tbe traveling public. Persons desiring to ship overth's line should eonsisn freight to M. nnd A. R. P. Co., Mem-1 plus. Freight, will be lor warded at ear card rater, Dd without charge for landing at Mem phis. JOHN D. ADAMS, President. V. u. KK.I'inUAr, Agent. rio. o Madison st , Htanton llloca. V4-T Memphis & little Rock B. K. Change of Time. ON and after Monday, Deoomber 6, 18R9. nntil farther notice, passenger tra'iit will ran daily (Sundays excepted), at follows : Leave IIonefieM...... ....... f-M a.m. Arrive at Lanuuille...- .12:li0 m. Leave Laniruilie . ...-......-.ri:0 p.m. Arrive at Uopofield... ..... 4:30 p.m. Ferrv-boat will leave wharfboat. foot of Union street, daily, at 70 a m. Freight train leave, Ilopefield Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridayt, at 9:30 a.m. ; arrive Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2:30 p.m. . B. i). WILLIAMS, i UT wonerai oueenntenaenr. 'Old -enable" Dayls V. 8. Mall Line-Opposition to Jlonopolj,. TUT? splendid s'ie-wheel passengjr steamer.', Liberty No. 2 and Commercial, will form a Bemi-Wwkly United States Mail Line between Memphis and White. Little Red and Black rivors. leaving Memphis every Tuoeday nd Rnturday, at 6 o'olook p.m. These boats have been docked and thoroughly repaired, and tor- ished with new outfit, making i"em a gooa s new. Th. Merebahts and Planter on White. Hod end Black river, have taken one- half tb. stoon in this lire, thus making, it a rrmanentana reliable "Home institution.-' e hope, by striot attention to nusio es, ana low rates, to merit a lair snare oi puono patn,n.ig.. ' i Consign freight to " Davli Line." Mempb.it, Tennceee. JOHN B. DAVItf, Sup't, LKV Y A RO-BAHS. Acnl,, ; r 16 Jefferson street, Memphis BS-JtMtl Cfcviicl- Time , East. LoDlsvllle Route Always Abead. BPRine scisEDtji.r, - COMMERCING MAT 2, 1869. DOrBLE 1AITTnBOl7GU TBAIHS WILL rsT AS FOLLOWS 0 THS McmpLls & Lonlsvllle B. B. Line. LeaveMemphiKcity time) 4:00 a.m. 2:45 p.m. Morning train from Memphis does sot run on Sunday. I.eaveJloropnisteity time; ,:'' a.m. no p.m. Arrive at Nashville-. 11:45 p-m. B:30am. RlAeninD,nt on evenine traia from Memphis to Louisville and Memphis to N hville. ThroaKb Tlcketa, at Iteelaeed Rates, Pan b, procured at th. Comeany'i OfTJoe, 23TH Alum nrMt,and at uepot, awi oi main itrvau r Bigeag. Checked at depot, or by th. M"-nphij City Transfer Company, at IioUlc. pe'rat. residences, or on. board boats, to all pr tacipal point! F.ast and North. Ticket ('fEee, Main ttreet. BAM. 15. jus bb, oupenntemairnt "HT.T, HOW FT T,. P.er,T A-t MEMPHIS COFFEE AND SPICB MILLS. HIATQEW BUM CO., i , VholMU Dtalen In " . ' J I ' ' Tea, Coffee and Spices, 30C Main f3treot. HAVINO establithed a Branch Ho-sa in this city, we ar. now prapared to offer all foods ia our tin. at New York Prices, Cost of Transportation added. Coffee ROASTED and GROUND DAILY, by iteam power, at oar Mi: is. ttive ns a call. liny, Corn, Oats, 13 ran, Flour, 1 ghlpstnll. COTTON-PEED MEAL, at mill yrtow. Th. aboT. art id, ar. ail ehoioa, and aold as cheap., anywb win the city. Call and n. U-107 J. jr. AV f w E M M E;8, ; AND- V I II, Gr I IV I A 'I, ANP- JCL PUBLIC DIRECTORY. 0WMAN. C. H.. MACHINIST AND Scale Factory, Main street- Special attention given to repairing scales. 11H CLAPP, VANC ANDERSON. ATTOll-aoys-at-Law. 825 Main sri-eet. MoTaphis, DICKINSON, WILLIAMS A CO. C0TTOB Factors. Jiff Front street. FISHER, AMIS k CO.. MARBLE-WORK c and Drain Pine, cor. Adams and Second sts. MASONIC MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE Association of Memphis. Office. 824 Front. ROBERTSON, ALFRED. U. 8 00MMIS sioner and Commistioner of eeda, 31S Second street. 1 gO-t TRADERS. COTTON FAC'aORS. NO. 321 Front tfreet. 82-t WHITMORE, K..BT1IAM J OB PRINTER, H Mndlson street. AM- OS -4 Ward Registration Notice. TBE Registration Offices in the several Wardt will remain open to DeoombcrS8,180n, As th. law provides. Office hours from a.m. ts Sum. J'pIIN . HOUUilNER, Commissioner of Registration for fchelby Co. Memphis. Novemt-.- 28. 1W9. 78-t MISSOI'311 VALLEY Life Insuracce CompaDy, sjfllce Koalbwrstera Department, K0.298 FBO'iT ROW.MEKPniS. Marritt & Weld, Gen'l Agents. ,Kead the FoIIowlwjrs Littli Rook, December 11, 1S69. W.A. Holt, Kiq , State Agent Miaiouri Valley Life tnsutance Company: Sit: It is wilh pleasnre we aekaow'.dge reotipt ,f twenty-five hundred dollar, from you, through Mea.r. Merrilt A Wold. Oenetnl Agents Southwestern iiepe'tuient. in "Ctle--ment by your Company ot Policy No. e'v. on tbe lifo of Captain Jame, Ti"S. deceasert. and wonld eordioby teoemmend the Mi;S uri Vlly" tn all parti", ueairing to Insnr. their" lives, a one iu evere war wirlhv theoonti dence and patrenw. nf th. rommuniiy. Tb. bet evidence ti bs uf the merit of the Cm-i pany.ts the promut pareatnl of IU lesatJ. V.ryrp,ctfully.vMAt)AM3i GORDr-J N- PEAT. Vl-IM 'Admin'stni..-, Jas. fims. dcd. I P. H. OLASK. F. H. j. su win IKS CLARE & CO., Importers and W boles alo and Retail Dealers !n Watches, Jexrclry, DIAMOXD9, RILTEBWABE, Spectacle?, Fancj Goods, 6hb, Ke, l (Tark'a KaarkI) Block, M-W ' Main St., Memphis, Tcnn. Christmas Presents tin mi E. A. BENSON'S ; L trg. and .Ittaot MUSIC HOUSE! BO. 117 HAIX aTBfCr, AII get a ii ATtl.kR PTEINWAY Til. r a PIAI.O. KM KrtfON flAND.or a Ma'oa A llemlia Cabinet Orvaa, J or a splendid Huitar aad Ce. Also. Violins, J Banio., Hufs. Pifea, riawclet,, Clanonete, AMnienn. Kiauna. C.Bceet.aae, Hart' Draws. Bovs' Tr.Bipe's. Corners and Troi m ua i vairiioii. v .tirnp .n ia a ma banes, Teaor Drama, Hi. I roms, Uraas anj 8ilv r raad laruments, etc i ISHKLT W LB1V- asuan 'wit, numv.y treaad ia gilt, containing Polka, Waltw,, bchotiechea. yuadrille, ei lienoiee Italian end Korrjan tnnra, IaMractiua Book for all kinds of instrument. . Cawntrv saerrbaat will pleaMrivamaanadl, aj, aa4 in i heir erd.t-a. Old pianos tatea a, part parment for new obu. Ptaaot taced aad repaired ia ia ityls. M-117 j pj . - I ! alJEFFKBSOH ST.." ' . . ' ' , 3Q - i ;fsCv ' 5' Gal- &m. e 5 HS5 If'.. Hiu C ;( , 11 ? Hi 1 Vj t-.' '..tll.'r:--.: ','3 . " m. J is if t " . f J m a w Is C O . , JNO, W. I3A.WSOIV. BEAWDIES: PINET; CASTILLON & CO., , OTARD, DTJPUY & C0.:, . : JAMES IIEIVMESSY, ( PEACH i H Hi 2E ' TRUST SALE. BT VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF A Deed of Trust made bv Smith Wilson to secure eortnin pavmen, therein exp-esied, whih Deed is registered in the Register', office of Shelby eonnty, in Book No. t7, Part First, page, 43 and 440, will, on The Twelfth Day of January, 1870, in front of the Court House, in tho city of Memphis, proceed to sell, for cash, th. fol lowing described LAND, lying in tbe county of Shelby. Tennessee, Civil District No. 10, beginning at a stake. Th. southwent oorner of lott No. 2 and, in range 8, section 1, thenca north 85 chains 3 links to a stake in J. O. Meacham't east boundarv line; tbenc east 28 obains and 27 links to a stake with dog wood pointers ; thence south 11 ohnina and 43 links to a stake in th. Winchester lino : thenca east with the Winchester tin. 13 chains and 73 link to a black oak ; then-e south 71 chains and (0 links to a stale, with ponlar nnd ewoet gum pointers ; thence west 40 chain! to the be ginning, I will convey a Trustee only. T. O. BLECKLEY, Trustee. This Sth November. 1869. W-l 10 Trustee's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST, TO me executed by James G. Harvey, on tbe 9th day ot November. 1KH7, and which Is re corded on page, 461 and 42, of book fili, in tba Register's office of Shelby county, Tennessee, I will, for the purpose therein expressed, on Monday, I6th of January, 1S70, on the premises, offer at publlo auction ta the highest bidder, for .ash, all th. right, title, olaim and interest which said Harvey has in and to a tract nf land lying In Civil District No. 16, of Sholby count?, Stat, of Tennotsee, about a mile and one-half north of White's station, on the Memphis and Charleston rail road: bounded o the north by the lands of William Mendenall.on the east by the lands of R. M. Mason, on tbe snnth bv the lonrls of Mrs. Harvey, on th. woi-t hj too latd f Pr. N. C. Perkins, a:d oont.vning by - e.t o atin 148 no-, a, more or lu.t. the interest f snl i.Turoee (i. ITi'rrey hag. In a partition unit instituted in the Counts' Court, rntllted Samuel M.iiden"! ols. vh. J. B. AnderenTi et els-, been, devrit" il nod set apart s fallows, W usiti on r''erc.l in suid cnusn, and wbleh i .n-e-'d u- o.j tho min niesot.Md Conrt, pe47d, book K, to-wit: Tea whole, el Int No. 4, containing 22 acre). The hif nf lot No. a, "on'niring 21 acres. An undivided intenn it the h -irs of Landon C. Hervey in f-''. 7,o"if'inirg '0 acros. A plot of tbe land to be suld and particular description as to boundaries, will be furnished on the day of sale. The title is believed to be perfect, but the conveyance will be mado only as Troatee. Saleataolute. Ha 112) M1H. E. S. HARRISON. Trustee. Trustee's Hale. BY VIRTUE of a trust deed mtde to me by P. G. Meath, and r.cortied in the Regis tor', .flic, of Shelby county, in book No. 04, page Hil ard 1(12, and te oarry cut the trusts of said dee 1, 1 will, On Wednesday, Janaary 5, IS70, at the southeast corner of Court Square, in the city of Memphis, Tennessee, sell, lor each, the land conveyed to me by said deed, desorihed at follows, vis; A tract of eleven and one-half acres in tbe city of Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee, adjoining Fort Pickering . bounded on the north ay Broadway, or Fort Pickering railroad, on the south by Jackson itreet, on the east by th. lands of Dr. Uilbert and Wool dridge, and on tha west by Main and Ninth streets : and also known at the tleran eifrht acre tract, the Wright three- fourths of an acre tract, and the Duval and Algeo two and ono half sore tract. Th. title to aald land la believed to be goad, but I will sell and convey only asTrusteo. Equity ot redemption waived, Stf-109 B. B- WADUELL. Trustee, .Trustee's Sale. TY VIRTUE OF A TRUST DEED MADE J to me by P. O. Meath, on the24thof June, IHffl, and recorded in the Register', office of Shelby eonntr, Tenneesee, in book No. 67, page 21. :7, 228 a ad 2-19, and to carry out the trusts of the same, I will. On Satwrday, January 83, 1670, Between 12 o'clock m. end 2 o'clcsk p.m., at tbe southeast earner of Court Square, at Mem phis, Tennetee. sell, for eash, th property conveyed to me bv said deed, described as folk laws, vii: A tract ef lend in tthelby county. Tenneeaee, lying about four miles e tward of the city of Memphis, hegicnia on tbe south id. of th. Pigeon Rcoit road, at it, in'eneor t on with Otey avenue ; thence eut-ardly er touthenatwardly with aaid Pigcoa Roost road to a stake at the corner of P, C. belhell's field, on tbe.irner of a. Isn. known as Owen', ave t.u.i thene. with said avenue about twenty chains tn its intersection with Walker avenue; theneewe.tw.rniy criih Walker avenu. toOtey avenuei and thenca wita liter avenue to tha bevinniavi eontaieing about one hundred and eiahiy-nin. acres, and beiag that part of th. uhdivi.ln .f Owen', farm heretofore bought by V. C. Bethell from F. A. and M. Owen and 8. P. Walker. Tha tite to .aid land believed tn he good, bat I will sell and eotivev only a Iras tee. Kquitjt of redarnption waived. WH KP WAT.KKH JR. T .tee. P II A N K L I N T" T Y P E FOUNDHY ICS Vine 5L, bet. 4Ih and 5tU, CHCIIIATli Allison, Smith & Johnson. M-1P To Wboni It May Concern. T WILL apply at tbe January terra srtTrti 0f a t Coamy Crart of Sheihyevaaiy for taal v i eettlemoat ol thawtaUaf Mrs Ann h. Kaioa. I de-eased Dsceanbart. 'Adminiitiator, nO WHOM IT If AY CONCERW-r will I arply al tb. Jane.ry term (l-To) of tba Cennty Court of Slell y ex or.iy fr final tatti.. maat.i tb.avtat. of fleteher Te-lor, der'd. t C.K.lATLOR.Admiaittrat. i Dweember I. al-llt '