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A FADED VIOLET.
The odor from the 8ower Is gone, ' ' 1 ' '
Which like thy kis.es breathed on me;
The color from the flower is flown,
Which glow'd of thoe, and only thee I
A shrivell'd, lifeless, vacant form.
It lies on my abandon'd breast.
And mocks the heart which is yet warm.
With eold and silent rest.
1 weep my tears revive it not I
I sigh it breathes no more on me I
It. mute and uncomplaining lot ,
la such as mine should be. .SAmcy.
Burnktt's Cologne is the best and
Herolam er Kallrwad Conductor,
A conductor on a freight and passen.
o-er train on the Syracuse and fling-
hamnton railroad perlormea a oaring
feat a few days since, by which a fearful
rntaatronhe was averted. A correspond
entat Chenango Forks, N. V., furnishes
the fnllnwinir narticulars:
"The train, consistine of twenty-four
stock cars and one passenger car, which
was filled with passengers, was between
this station and Whitney's Point, going
at a tolerable hiuh rate of speed, when
th engineer. William Uardy. discov
ered a rail gntirely out of the track some
di.anre ahead. He immediately re
versed his locomotive, but upon second
thought, determined to attempt running
the train over tne place wnere iue rui
w.b mia.inov and at once turned on I
full head of steam. The engineer and
fireman, however, did not remain to see
what anccpaa ihe exrjeriment would meet
with, but jumped off the engine, leaving
it without any one to control u.
The train hounded over the discon
net-tad track at a fearful rate Of speed
every car rctaininir its position on the
track. 1 be denirarous f pot was passed
but, with no one upon the locomotive to
control its speed, a most terrible fate
awaited the train eomawhere. The state
of affairs became known to the nassen
g?rs, and a panic was at once raised. At
Whitney s 1 oint there was every proba
bility that tne tract: would not be
readiness for the train, as at the rate it
waa ffoinz it would reach there torn
minutes before its time. In this extrem
ity the conductor, John Vrooman, proi?-
ed hiins'lt a hero, lie was in a passeu-
..r car ai the rear of the train, but clam
bering up the ladder of the freight car
next in advance, he ran the whole length
nf the runaway train ol the tops of in
cars and was soon in the locomotive
cab, set red the throttle aid in the aezt
winment had the train under control
A less heroic roan in charge of the
train, and it is impossible to tell het
the retail oi the extraordinary ranewsy
might nave been.
ANECDOTES OF JUDUES.
Peculiarities- Wblsna Jokea.
A writer in London Society tolls tome
good stories of English Judges, among
them the following: , .
.JUrwit Aldcnon, learned, gentle nnd
good, could make pans and bad much
drollery. A juryman once said that he
was deaf in one ear. "Well, then,
said Alderson, " You may leave the box,
for it is necessary that jurymep should
hear both sides." . . 1
After Lord Mansfield had retired he
delighted to talk over every important
case of the day with a certain barrister,
who became a great Judge, l.oru .Mans
field was yerr kind to the bar. When
his court sat very late on one occasion,
he addressed the counsel: " Gentlemen,
as you have lost your dinners you had
better come and dine with me." Judges
are very good in asking young barristers
of their acquaintance to dinner, but such
bonhommie as Liora Mansueiu s it wouiu
be hard to find now. ' v'
There ins a little stir one day in Lin-.
coin's Inn, when a Vice-Chancellor re
quested a gentleman who had strolled
into the. court to come up ana iu&b a
seat upon the bench. At least, he told
the registrar to bear the message, who
was diBgusted at what he considered an
unollicial proceeding., ine stranger so
desorvedly honored was Macaulay.
The judges an tell odd stories oi go
ing circuits. I he. lunotionanes, ana
sometimes even the prisoners are much
disgusted if, instead of a Westminister
Judge, they have to deal with some coun
sel whose name has been included in the
Commission. A prisoner for murder
was greatly annoyed because he had to
be tried by a " jonrneyman judge." A
sheriff once told a judge that they had
been " often jobbed otT with sargeants,
instead of judges in those parts, and
was he renlly fcona fide judge .'" Having
had hia mind satisfied on this point, the
sheriff gracefully took his place by the
judge on the back seat, but was politely
ntormea by the juage mat enqueue r
mreu that oe stioum su uppusiw. vote
judge told a Mayor that he presided
over an ancient city. . I es, my lord,
was the answer, " it always was an, an
cient city. We expect tuat it was tue
same gentleman who expressed a hope
that Mrs. Judgo and all the little Judges
were well. " ' ' .
A Sheriff asked a Judge at a circuit
inner whether ne naa gune n nee me
elephant in the last place. , . " Why, no,
ifli:-L Cl :A' t.K.ni: "T ,.ann,,t
Air. iLlgH OlieriU, UH li:iucu, ....v
say that I did. 'We both came into the
town in form, with the trumpet sounding
before us, and there was a point of cere
mony to be settled vines we snouiu visit
Some absurd stones have been told ot
Judges thinking aloud. I he lollowing
ntnrv is to d bv one ot tne negisirars oi
the Court of Chancery of a great Chan
cellor: A barrister, whom he naa not
nrawirmlv henrd. was re tinned to argue
Tiefnra him. ' The counsel was a mnu of
hilitv. hut bczau in a very contused
and iloundering manner. Lord Chan
'What a fool' the man is!
Afiur awhile the man eot more collected
Lord Chancellor "Ah! not such a fool
as I thought." Finally, he quite recov
ered himsR f. and M-oceedeu admiraoir.
Lord Chancellor" Ivgad I it IB i mat
wo. the innl.
There was one Judce who had a trick
of checking witnesses when they got on
too fast for his notes by Buying: " Stay,
.tavl " He Was called the old stay-
maker. Ull times tney snow Bamirauie
temper and discretion. A Judge who
aummoninE UD a case was Kreuuv
disturbed by a young lawyer who wns
talking aloud. W ltn great benignity ne
said, Mr. Gray, it ever you arrive
here, which some ot tnese aiiys i nope
you will do, you win Know uie lucunve-
niencc ot counsel tanting wune vuu are
A curious story is told illustrating the
leiral nreciBion ot a ereat Judge, lie
atked a magistrate at a circuit dinner
whether he would take iome venison
The o-ontleman answered: "Thank you,
mv lord. 1 am eoine to lane some ooueu
chicken. ,, Lord -Tenterden retorted
" That. sir. is no answer to my question
I asked you if you will take somo yeni
son, and I will thank you to answer yes
or no, without further prevariction."
The story was originally told in the
Quarterly Review, but it is challenged
by Lord Campbell.
With some Judires the habit of advo
cacy has grown so inveterate that they
have been quite unable to lay it asiae.
If ever tbef have seriously tried they
hove not succeeded -in the? attempt.
The case has even been known of
Jiudge on the bench thundering like tin
advocate at Nisi Prius. A judge once
..Id that he had only lost two verdicts
innn he had been rained to the bench.
The most consnicuous example oi an
ntellectual failure in fairness wns Sir
Inl.n I.nnrh He do iirhted to callup
throueh his cases. lie was so last that
tniro coach was named anee mm
"Vice-Chancellor." Almost as Boon as
a ease was onvned he deuaded aiiainst a
plaintiff or defendant, aud acver thor
n.mhlv heard it throueh. It was won-
dared what he would find to do after he
had cleared hit list off. ," Do! why he
will hear the other side," was the acute
answer. This was indeed an egregious
example if the facts stated of him are
true, and they are stated by Lord Kings
down, and such a Judge himself deserv
ed the peusion ol a criminal.
Cases are on record in wnica jungoB
have confessed themselves mistaken.
One Judge, thinking that he had paused
an injustice to be done which it was be
yond his power to rectify, left the ln-
jurea person a larn" ou,i w, uij
his will. It is said that the case of Lord
Cochrane, afterward Karl of Drunddn
ald, almost broke the heart and hastened
the resignation and death of Lord El
lenborough. That great man and most
upright magistrate had conceived a po
litical prejudice against Lord Cochrane,
and .nmmed un violently against him.
tie eltrward saw good reason to oeneve
that ne nad been mistaken iu nia lauia,
and had been too harsh in his sentence
A witness was asked in court one day
what Baron had said to him
when he had made an application at
Chambers. Whereupon the witness gave
a grunt and a roar, as the nearest way
of reproducing the learned Judges re
A Sight Weawvlns.
A Kanlea eorresnondent says:
1 spent the night with some friends on
the top ef eeuvius, freexing on one
.i,L and hoilinsr on the other. We kept
enrselvts awake by the amusement of
dodging the falling stones. About once
in ten minutes the old mountains gave
a ahivwr then a burst like forty thous
.nl muffled cannon, if ever there was
such a thing. At each burst, a cloud of
Mark amoke. in the shape of an inverted
hay stack, and thirteen times the size of
the r.n'.t House, was driven into the air,
followed by a mass of livid Dame that
liirhted the country for leaiues around.
1 ben look out for stones: millions of
tons are tluv-u hundreds of feet high
IUU tha MC, aUVsl Of tfiVltS &..illMi
into the crater, but many, varying in
size from a pigeon s egg to a. tobacco
hogshead, laud outtide, and yon must
dodge; generally eay enough, as they
are of a white heat, and thow as plain
as' a rocket star. They tumble down
the steep cone, hissing ,and steaming in
the snow the big ones breaking into
fragments, and flying like a bursting
shell. Now ia the time ten minutes
interval. We rush np to the yery
edge of the abyss and look down;
for further particulars see " Dante s In
ferno; " but you spoil yoor boots; I did.
You singe your muttache; I did. And
you wish you wore safely out ot it;
I did. You turn- away sneezing, as
if you had aocidently ignited a box of
locofocos nndcr your nose; for a mo
ment all is dark; then the long, twink
ling row of gas lamps in the streets of
Naples seem to spring out of the ground
under your feet, though miles away,
then you see the lights in the little towns
above the base ot tne mountain., in an
save one, and that oee the largest Pom
peiiwith its great old temple, magnifi
cent theaters, close-built streets, and
vast arena, is dark; the grim skeletons
lying in their ashen beds alone Keep
their vigil there; their eyeleBS sockets
need no light. No sight that ever I
witnessed can equal a clear sunrise from
Vesuvius. No one can imagine its
grandeur, but you must try to, for I dare
not nttmnt a descrintion. As we stood
gazing down on the roofless houses of
Pompeu, the sun lighting its gay-coior-ed
wall Torre del Greco, with its earth-
quake-Bhaken walls I said: 1 m glad
of it." Says one of the party, ' It
awful shabby: don't think it pays."
Thtit vnnno Winn was from Henry coun
ty, Indiaua: With a pretty general de
struction of boots and clothing, ana uie
aforesaid toss of one of the handsomest
mustaches in Naples by your humble
servant, we got down saieiy. not so
with another party who ascended from
the Kola side. One of them had an arm
broken by a falling stone; another a leg,
in getting down.
DKUNE 0B CRAZY.
Extraordinary Antlra of Plalllda
Heron ou iue Hi. g.ouia uoaru.,
From the St. Louis Times, 21st.
Considerable interest was manifested
lust nveninir' in theatrical circles npon
the occasion ot the appearance oi iuiss
Matilda Heron npon the dramatic stage
for the first time in many years. It has
been nearly twenty years since she
achieved her great triumph here, in the
characters of Camilla and Medea,
laying the foundation of her subsequent
The cuitain did not rise until long al
ter the advertised time, the actress not
manifesting any particular anxiety about
the impatience of her audience, and be
having strangely in other respects, n nen
it was finally rung up, Heron, in re
sponse to the warm greetingshe received,
smiled strangely ana continuously, cu
ring the first act there was an entire ab
sence of anything like connected or in-
to nrih e actine. bhe continually mm-
bled her long gray hair flung loosely
over her shoulders, stroked her brow and
threw herself into ridiculous attitudes.
Her voice was husky and frequently
broke into a shrill scream while her
laughter had none of its old pleasant
rinir hut sounded like the meaningless
cachinnations of a lunatic. Some of
the audience believing that she was in
toxicated, were rather boistcrou up to
the. termination of the act. when she ad.
vnnced to the foot-liithts and Baid:
" You things who behave so much like
blackguards, get out and leave the la
dies and gentlemen here. If you have'
no hehavior why then behave your
selves." During the next act there was
no nercentible improvement, excert in
the behaving of the audience, who by
this time begad to Buspect the cause of
her strauite conduct. When the curtain
fell Miss Heron was called out and re
sponding spoke as follows: "Ladies
iinrl irentlemen: I am triad to come once
more to large-hearted and benevolent
St. Louis. 1 come here not as I did
manyj years ago, full of youth, hope
and ambition, but rather as a pauper
to strive to earn a little to support
mv irrav hairs, and to recover, it possp
ble, what I have been robbed of. For
my new start in life I am indebted to
Ben DeBar, who generously gave me the
use of his theater, and in other ways
I,., nut mn on my lefs aeain. I am
now past forty years of age, and have
tn veara left to achieve my lost laurel.
I have genius and talent, that I know
full well. My heart is in my soui; mj
snul is with God: I don't care a fig for
the world, and I'm just as happy as a
big sun flower. ibis over she danced
nil tti .infra wildly wavim? her arras,
It is thought by some that her intel
lect is permanently impaired, while
others attribute her stranire demeanor to
an overtaxing. of her mind by study, and
the excitement attendant upon her re
appearance in St. Louisi She persists
in her ability to Dlay during the week,
and will probably appear .again this
An Kxainple) for Woald-be Sal
The Courier-Journal relates the fol-
lowinir sutrrrestive incident:
There is a gentleman of the middle
aire, who mieht be summoned as a wit
ness for a walk of about half a block,
who assure! us that there is never any
ense in self-destruction. He declares
that when he was a very young man he
waa madlv in love. His love was re
turned, and there was every prospect of
hatinv result. Ut a sudden, nowever.
an event came to pass which put mar
riage out of the question. So what did
this young gentleman (we mean the
middle-aged gentleman, who was at this
time indicated as a young gentleman)
hat did this mlatuated young gentle-
man dor Ibis is wnai ne uiu: u(
. - n.t . , . J' ,. TI
went and purchnsed him two horse-pis
tols; be dressed hnnselt in nis nana
some suit of clothes, and he called at
the farm house which sheltered the ob-
;,-) nf hit hearts desire, it was
moon leht nniut. oo wnai aia tnis in
fatuated young man ask this young lady
m dor lie asked her to take a waiK
The vounz lady she was a very proper
young lady and loved this young man
quite to distraction aeaeuieu, ui cuurac,
and they strolled. They strolled into a
oWn wood far from the haunts of men.
and out of the reach " of any yoice or
.v " They tat down noon a loir, an
this younir nentleman very plainly told
this young lady that they could never be
man and wife, and all the why and
wheretore, wnicn ware, inueeu, cuuciu
sive. The young lady, like an affection
ate, dear eirl as she was. began to cry
whereupon our hero produced his two
horse pistols, loaueu uown to tne muzzie
" Susan, says he. and there was
solemnity in his voice, and a terrible
earnestness in his eye. " Susan," says
Susan looked np, frightened to behold
the murderous weapons gleaming in tb
" What are you going to dor says
" I am going to get over this in thirty
minutes, he says sternly, taking out
hiawatvh, "and you shall do the same
thing, or I'll kill yet: first and thin kill
. i ;cia it, Szna; don t doust
She did not. 8he sat and mnaed, and
he sat and meditated, and time ran
along with the moon-beam t that trotted
round tl.e waU-hdiel. At the end
twenty-nine minutes ha said: "Time
up. I believe I had rather live with
out you, Susan, than die with you. What
i you say r
"Them any tentimenta," says Susan.
"Good," says this infatuated young
man. replacing his watcn in nis veai-
pocket, and firing off the two horse-pistols
in the air. " Let' go home and say
no more about it." ,
They went home. Susaa was mar
ried to another gentleman inside of a
ear. Our hero is a bachelor a jolly
achelor-with plenty of money and
friends and health; and he say now and
then, referring to thi episode in his
oung career: Wow, would nt i nave
been a blarsted fool if I had let the
thirty minutes run out? W by, sir, Susan
old and fat and ugly, ana nag nine
children; and as for me why damme.
teei as young as a gai who riuuuue.
Certainly the gentleman does, ana is
moved beside by the sweet conscious
ness of having saved not only bis own
life, but the life of an innocent young
woman, and the lives of nine innocent
younir children, by an act of severe but
pracucai wituom anu virtue; vuo wuitu
' , ..--, i a ::.i
commenaea w an seeaera auer auiuiuu.
A corresDondent in Brazil gives a
shivering description of the kind of pet
they have in that country. - lie says it is
quite a convenience to have anacondas
in the cellars to destroy rats ana mice.
People do not teneralfy have the largest
sized snakes for that purpose; they are
only from ten to twenty feet long, and
are seldom seen, as they live in the walls
of the cellars, wbich are very little used.
They are carried about the street and
Bold to those who have lost tneir pet rep-
le, or whoever may have a chance to
eeil them. Monkeys, ffenerally of
smaller sizes, are keDt as pets in the
houses, but to prevent their mischief
they are necessarily chained, uunng
the prevalence of yellow fever the sum
mer past, the contagion wo more fatal
to them than to the familie in which
they were kept.
Mavor' Omrx, Cirr Hall,
Mbiiphis, Tins., November 25, 1872.1
v AnnnnriANnR WITH THE PRO.
i visions of Seolion 7J of the City Charter
fitllnwincr nnm.,1 nersons have been ap
pointed and oou fir mod by the lioard of Alder
men as Ward Kegisters, for the purpose of
carrying said section Into execution, ineir
iiisM.il will Kn ni.nn.wl &t the d1aoi named
on AlunUAi. the a. in ine... hi u
eloek m., end remain opz lntil neuotM-
gUv th. with Drfauihfir. at whioh time rem-'
trail on will eeane. Cititeni will take notice
Ui at all partiei deairinx to vote at tun muni
Aii.i .Mtin urn re nut red to be retfisterod in
.i i i. : .u ik.w a.i(,l s"sii-r i Ann ta
mt WSIU Ml WIIIUIl tu; svojiuv.
heretofore .aimed will not be recoiniied at the
Owen Dally. Register. Office. No. 86 Front
corner ef Commerce.
P. Townsend. Register. Office. No. 47 Pop
lar, corner of becond.
ThntM V. Adams. Reristor. Office. No,
193 Second street, corner of Washington.
John C. Lanier. Rogister. Office, No. 2H6
A. N. Droesoher. Register. Office, No. 338
Second street, corner ol Union.
.lames Hanks. Rrgister. Offico. No. 602
Main street, corner of Pontotoc.
A .T. y.r.niflti. Re.lster. Office. No. 117
Deal street, up stairs, Vorguson bluck.
I). Pante. Register. Office. No. 174 Poplar
street, opposite the market.
J. D. Panbury. Register. Office, torner of
Fourth and Auction.
Ml v...! TW Rs.i.ter. Office, corn or of
Main and Calhoun streets; and for the con
venience of the citizens living in the eastorn
portion of tho ward, his office will be at Cen
tral Point from .Monday, the 11th December,
to Saturday the l"th. icoln-ivo. 7-.-W
X3. A.. BENSON,
317 Main fmnf! 317 Main
IS NOW OFFF.BISG
- STEINWAY Pionot from...475 to S00
a- O ABLER Pianos from HOD to IToO
a- VOSE A SONS' Pianot from..$.'l60 to 500
M AS0N A HAMLIN Organs..! 75 to 300
Flunog for Sale on Monthly Payments
t..,i... t,h h i.r..it stock of FI1EET
MUblU and Ml'SlCAL MKRCUANDIiiKever
brought to the South.
,OW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Country merchants and dealers will please
send in tbuir orders, as i can mi mom a. n"
York prices for cash or good eity acceptanoel
for thirty, siity or ninety days.
Old Pianos taken in exchange for new ones.
Pianos tuned aud repaired in a satifactory
iner. ft. A. rjr.B'Li.
t SI7 Main strni-t. Memahl'.
State and County Taxes for 1871
THE TAX BOOKS FOR 1S71 ARE NOW IN
my possession. I will collect Taxes at my
office until the luth day of January. lS73.when
the office will positively be closed for the
purpose of issuing
for all nnmllafttd Taxei, ani reporting land
for etiDdem nation. , ,.,
Aria. a. imh tfnw nf JT.nrT next I wtll
tnci, ot wn ico due nonce win utjnija, wi
thennrpoM of eolleetin nnpaia xazee uu
LMiuaa: Ditlreu VS Arraou
AGAINST PERSONAL PROPERTY.
T .......... -,. nn, .vnect P aatf for
favors or exleaslens, as none will be
grant! that do not eome within th. above
netice. tireat ana email.
Rich and. Poor Shall Fare Alike.
I hav. hot one duty to perform, and that Is
tn r.allrefc the uses nrvortllna" so
law. I knew no other dnljr, and wll
fil-n2 tv M. .Mci.i, . -l av ,-i?.fTnr.
MEMPHIS ART EXPOSITION
Is stow open freo or eharsre
At 3'-i Mnia Street
mnE NOVELTY SALK3 AT IUE SAME
A piao. are prunaa a
Wonderful .Attraction to Visitors,
PUBLIC ARE IXTITED TO CALL
And tee what twenty-Dre cents villi do
sn P. rn.
No. 305 Main St..
Under Peabody Hotel.
It mad. to order. In .very style and pattern.
This shirt is guaranteed to (iv. general satis
faction to tne purine.
Patent Spiral-beam Drawers, the most ele
gant drawer made for tummer wear for cool
ness and comfort.
The proprietors take pleasure In informing
their customers, and the publio generally,
th.! thev are enabled to have the finer grades
of clothing made to order, expressly for this
trade. . . . , ,
To gentlemen residing outside or xempnts
. nwi.1 fit will h. .unrantaed bv sending the
following measurements in inches: bise of
Collar worn ; measure from center of Shoulder
Inn. arm tn Knuckle of small flnaeri around
Che.it. Waist, and Wrist, rtalo number of
Plaits: if for btuds, Spirals, or Jauttonai
style of Cuff.
Newest Goods and Latest Styles
Can be teen at thli fashionable and popular
I.I.I Tpvujs I'eenns.
:t3 lsblM Tiit-agona Aliuoml.
1RO boxes new jcaiMintj.
00 tlrnuiM new FIch.
2.10 ?m JelllfH and PrefnerTCM
12t( rawetj cauneil t- rnllM.
.too kegsi iiirbiiMiiKt4'ieei
150 bblsi and ulfbbli 14 rout.
Hit bbU Hominy and Clril.
Hit tnlsH ol untler ireHii.
85 bblH Iliickwhent flour.
250 boss?! soleoled C'beee.
25 trssuifar cured Iihihh.
50 boxoit IfreakliiMt Itm-on,
lried lleef, etc, at
G. A. FXIT.KLY,8,
Front, cor. of Union street
Poplar SU Cotton Uin and Pickery.
Kos. ia and ISO Poplar Street.
TIIE PUBLIC ARB HEREBY INFORMED
that on and after this date we will Uin
and Bale alt cotton brought or sent to us for
seven dollars per bale, we furnishing the bag
ging and ties, and covoring the bale all over,
and th. owner take the cotton seed be
longing to the bale. Or if tho owner
lesires us to keep tne eotton eeea oe-
longing to the bale of cotton at part
payment, we will gin and bale (furnishing
bagging and ties, and cover the bale all over)
for two dollars per bale, and the cottoa teed
belonging to th. bale of cotton.
"price, iis oo e
S. . T3
AND 15 00.
C O PA RJTNE R SHI r
CHANGE OF FIRM.
T HAVE THIS DAY SOLD OUT MY EN
1 tire business and stock in the WM Paper.
Vpholstering and Vi indow hbade business to
Messrs. Henry Sander and Louis A. Ories
haber. who will oarry on the same at the old
stand. No. Second street. Thanking the
public for their pa.t liberal patronage, I
solicit for the gentlemen who succeed me a
continuance of the same, at they are worthy
and dilorving ot puoiio 'vor.
Memphis, November 16, 1871.
HY THE ABOVE CARD IT will bb
seen that we have .ought out Mr. Juaeph
Griei-haber'a entire stock in trade, and we
shall continue the husiueis of dealers ia Wal
aper and w muow ouauo. aim ";"";
..M.i.. ;n. n,.ain.... at No. Second
street, under the name and style of OKIES-
replenished, and we shall offer to the public a
large and well telocted assortment of all arti
cles in onr line. We solicit a share of public
ii a L! I. u ar pA& Bijr.r.. t;ui tiuva ws 111 svtu vrw
-atronage. and noe, oy prompt aiteonou u,
,asineas sat low pricn., 10 uici n .11. wu,.
"" HKNKV SAMiKR.
LU1IS A. UKIKSUABER.
em rbi. Noveml-.rlfi. 1T1. H'
FALL AND AVINTER TRADE
AT WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY
OUR STOCK OF
Shoes and Hats
LARGEST IX MEMPHIS
IS SOW COMPLETE.
Men-bants will find It to their advantage to
examin. our gooua aud prices.
HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL,
320 Matin St., Hempblii.
B r r-1
JOT TA i ,., ,, . a. A k- I D
-C3 fZJ fV .A -
2? S tt
cjuwajai 'it. esyutds
WM. DEAN & CO.
Choice Groceries, Teas,
Z fi 0IIore" n Jr ' cu
aS NaW Pr0T,8,0,,8m4 1 5
10,000 TEA CANNISTER3 (NOT) GIVEN AWAY
BUT AS ORKAT A NUMBKR OF FAMILIES WILL BE SUPPLIED WITH THE BEST
Urooeries at the lowest living prices. J. UtH'TO.
BEST BRANDS OF ST. LOLIS
Keep Always on Hand
Teat, Can Fruit, Old llourbon.
Coffee!, Preserves, Mcotch and
Bpices, Dr,ed Fruit, Irih W hiekiei,
English and English ann Appieana
French Mustard Amerioan Pickles. Peach ilrandy.
Xondon and Dublin Porter, Edinburg Ale, Claret and Ginger Wine.
Alto a choice selection of Fancy Uroceriet too numerous to mention.
Goods delivered free of charge to any part of the city or subui lis.
PETF.R II. DONNELLY t CO.,
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE:
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitch.
Perfection and kinplioity of .Machinery.
Using both threads directly from the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand, and no waste of thread.
Wide range of application without change of adjustment.
The seam retains its beauty and firmness after washing and Ironing,
jjeside doing all kinds of work done by other Hewing Machines, these Machines eiecut
the most beautiful and permanent Lmbroidery and Ornamental Work.
IMPROVED SHUTTLE C3 LOCK-STITCH SEWIN3 MACHINE
Uses th. Straight Needle, makes stitch alike on both sides, and Is on. of th. simplest and
lightest running Shuttle Machines yet made.
Grover & Baker's New Improved Box Machine
Rnni either by hand or foot power t ipeoially adapted for inralldi and those wio are not
able to uue a treadle machine
ktav- PtApf.M t)iirTii-!rir frotn nf enn huTe
of exchang inc for the other, if not satisfied
kssTT Ciroulan and lamplei of lewing cent
Grover & Baker's Sewing Machine Com'y
TO SUFFERING LADIES!
A French Medioine for Horning Siokneii.
rEMEDKO0UT IS A BOON OF COMFORT
i to ariirT tjxitectftnt mother, eivirnr her
certain relief fro w annuinh and deptcc-'in at a
time when the should he hearty, clietTl ul, end
itront. Retnedei-out ii no secret rei-iedy, bat
bu been prettoribed by puy-iemn- tor neverm
yeare in Trance and Krirlanu with ttie nioet
pleaiinc remlm. hold by nil lrurirt. .
IUU r t iiiisa i i'ow i urK.
Omci or City Tax Cor.LFrTon,!
AIkmphi.. Nov. 15. 1S71. 1
Property sold tub other day for
City Ttaxea. and bong hi in by the rltjr.
ean be redeemed on or before the lt or
Dff-mbtr, 1S71, wlthoeit a rbnrKC
f ptr cent, for redemption.
FKLIX W. B0BKRTSON.
66-17 City Tax Collector.
IMPORTANT TAX NOTICE.
Omen Citt Tax Colleptoe,
MaMruia. November 6. leTl. I
After the 1st of December tiiere
will be no DiacocirT allowed on citt taxu
fi 1871. The aet giving tek rn carr. nis
corxT being bepkalid at the regular Council
meeting, November 1st., tax-payers are re
quested to eome np nrrota the 1-t or De-
CEMBEB. FELIX W. ROBERTSON,
M.ej OitT Tut rntor.
WATCHE8, JEWELRY, ETC.
HAVTNa TO REM0"B FROM VY OLD
plac, I hav. resolved to olo. out my
entire atork, consisting or "mnr,.
I Iwas, ssweiry, spSMnn, wo.w
s..l tBllwrwore). etr.. at est.
I mean what 1 aay, aid avarybody it in
vited to try me.
Remember th. place. " all alt
etrera, under the Peabody II-Ul.
A hmJ ehanea for Country jriercbants.
Persona having any work left for. repair
are requested u eall for it by hovembar M.
oMt -iu - j;'l:'.j;;,-,-,npy,v
'. . -M o EE
, it.. a - J5
H. DONNELLY & CO.,
FL0UB ALWAYS OX HAXD.
n Choice Selection ot
California, Pure Holland
French and and Domestio
Spanivh Wines, tiin; genuine
llostetter. Bavarian French and .
and Plantation bitten. Cel. ltrandy.
.air - Tl A TT.Tf 'S
their choice of either ititch.
sritb tho pririleg.
with their first choice.
to any address.
Lots For Sale in Ida City,
XatonfiT Inland, New York.
TDA CITY IS 61TUATED ON
4V,.rr. V .WW Vnelr .it- tksa
Long lFtand railroad runninr centrally
throuR-h Ida City. Lotti there are hereby oi-ft-red
for twle on the fol low ins; term: Fifty
dollars each, on a credit of ten yeart., paya
ble in ten annual instalments say $' ( r
year on ea-h lot. The parties own nn tiin
above property iirrpone to fell to th Southern
people one-hall of the lota, say , on Uie
above term it, without interest. The Kit
River Bridire is now in prm-en fT construc
tion, connecting .Manhattan Inlard, upon
wbich ISew York is situated, with Long Is
land. This is a rood opportunity for any person of
this section of country to invest imttll siuui
in the purchase of there lots, lerms are
easy, and within the rea'-h of all. Property
on Long Inland will rnpntly inrrea'e in value
as soon as Kast Kiver Uridtre is cotiipleted.
i;iu ol tne tity or Ida can be in, ana
full information iven,uion applif-atit.n be tug
madeto UV. ON TAI K,
jSo. ly!UdioD street.
LL LETTERS AND INQl'IRIES
A raUnnM In 1,1. Plfu .n.l th nurrhtt... Sod
sale of loU should be addressed to ll . Ion
taine. Corresponding Seretarj No. i'-' Madi
son street, Memphis, Tenn. The title 'o the
property is nerfect in me. and the aileni
mentand niai.s r.'jlili.hcd eorrectlv represent
the value aud attractions of the l'1'"-
1H ' .1 I ' 1 'H I ll" 1
" ONE DIME" HOUSE,
2SO Main Street,
s : MK.nrillS.
OWED'.McNUTT ct CO..
GENERAL COMMISSIOS WERCH'TS
riral to si In.ar. aele't ,l-""'s
Ia.ni.hei at u.. I ' "'
ved rmsT r
EMIUH AT IUE
CALL AT No.
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