. FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
Ids. Co., of Columbus, 6a.
AsaeUk - - 9500,000
STATE INSURANCE CO.,
or JfashTille, Teen.
Capital, - - - $200,000
VT. H. MOORE,
Office: No. 293 Main Street,
With the Ravin Buk ef Mena.
Office: No. IS Madison Street.
Saturday EtIC. Fob. 14. 172.
THE FABTT 1ASH.
The war between the Grant riuu an
the. TrumbuH-Sumner-Shur ' rina of
the Radical BartV has Brown 10 hot
that a fierce war is to be made by the
former on all office-holders sympathiz'
in with the latter. Grant's Washing
ton orean says: Many officeholders
have been corrupted with the prevalent
cant of the narty whip, and need whip
ping back into the traces. It is notorious
that persons favored with the confidence
and best gifts of the administration have
been decidedly shaky in their allegiance
to the Republican organization that has
made those lugrates so fat that they
have kicked out all discipline. There
have been patience and long suffering,
and we believe the largest liberty; but
there must be a limit to all things, and
men sustaining the defection of Shurz,
Sumner & Co. must chose quickly whom
they intend to follow and serve. , Trea
son to party cannot be permitted among
' men holding place right here under the
shadow of the capitol. Good nature
and sufferance toward such men is most
imbecile, and can no longer be admitted
as wisdom. Men can change coats no
longer easily and comfortably; bat they
must not be permitted to wear our party
uniform while holding commuunication
with the enemy.
A CANDIDATE OUT. '
' On Thursday last the National Labor
convention, sitting at Columbus, Ohio,
nominated Judge Davis, of the supreme
court, for President, and Joel Parker, of
New Jriey, for Vice President. Judge
Davis has for some time been favorably
spoken of by the Liberals as a candidate.
He accepts. It would prove a happy de
liverance from the evils that afflict ui,
if such a man as Judge Davis could he
elected President. If the Liberal con
vention at Cincinnati shall nominate
him, the Democracy will rally to his
support without regard to platform, and
without asking any questions. -Some
ultra Democratic would-be leaders possi
bly may prefer Grant, but they cannot
carry the people with them. The truth
is, the Democracy have no leaders now.
They have suffered long, and honeyed
words will not cure the wrongs they en
dure. They know it, and the men who
once led them have no more influence
with them at this trisis, than the men
who did not lead them have.
The New York Herald is sanguine
that the " Irish disestablishment has
given an impetus to the agitation for a
disestablishment in the sister island
which cannot long be resisted, especially
as the proposition involves the dismissal
of a horde of lazy ecclesiastical blood
suckers, and the saving of from fifteen
to twenty millions of dollars a year to
the national treasury. Thus step by
step, England is on the road to the ' di
vine rights' of the people, and no hedg
ing by Her Majesty's government on the
Alabama claims will serve to arrest this
revolutionary movement." This is de
cidedly Heraldish. Nothing bat a revo
lution greater than ha taken place for
years can accomplish so great a result.
THK ISCOMK TAX.
A Washington dispatch says: The
treasury department has given the nec
essary instructions for the collection of
the income tax for 1871; and the asses
sors of this district to-day commenced
to distribute blanks for the assessment.
The rate, as is well known, is two and a
half per cent! on all income above two
thousand dollars per annum, from which
may be also deducted all State, national
and municipal taxes, losses during the
year, and losses on real estate since
December 31, 16C7; also rent paid for
homestead, for usual repairs, for inter
est, and interest of dividends from which
a tax has been withheld. The 'special
taxes on pianos, watches, etc., were
abolished last year, and not included,
as heretofore, in the assessment.
A TALTJABLK WOBK.
The Teachers' National Publishing
Association, New Yorkr has sent ut a
copy of the Educational Year Book for
1872. It is a baud-book of reference con
taining a digest of American public school
laws, and interesting matters pertaining
to schools and colleges, ranging from pro
fessional anecdotes to educational sta
tistics. For superintendents and teach
ers it ii a work of great value. The
price is f 1 25 in cloth, and 5 cenU in
paper. Address the Association, care
of A. S. Barnes k Co., Ill and 113 Wil
liam street, New York.
ICBiBHXB FOB MABCH.
Scribner's Mag&zioe for March is on
our table. We reeard it as one of the
best, if not the best, magazine in Amer
ica. A series of papers are running
through it entitled " Hack Log Stories,"
by Charles Dudley Warner, who is char
acterized by the New York Mail as
' Charles Lamb's new rival." Warner
is one of the editors of the Hartford
Courant, the author of " My Summer in
a Garden," and is a rising star in Amer
Extra i SessIon-e-Uovcrnor i BroWn's
jrrocuiiiiaiiBu n a n
' our Lawmakers,"
Special to the Appeal.. t "
Nashvilli, Feb. 23. Governor Brown
issued his proclamation to-day, conven
ing the legislature in extraordinary ses
.,r.n TT .tataa that the DurDOtea of
tuts convocation are :
tu .:n.;nt tu fi,t Bnd nrovide
U VUIDU".. .uw ..--1 m
forth election of congressmen as ap
portioned to Tennessee under the late
census. To amend the act to provide
for the sale of lands which have been
sold for taxes. To have the report of
the inspectors of the State prison exam
ined. To confer additional powers on
railroad commissioners. To receive the
reports of the offiaers appointed to cancel
State bonds and coupons. To provide
for the appointment of agents to adjust
claims between the State of Tennessee
and the United States. To fill (Vacan
cies in the offices of registers and entry
takers. To supply the defects in the
actof the regular session for the benelit
of the hospital for the insane. The actto
apportion senatorial and, representa-
: Aa'tnia in TpntlAAKA. Hfl AS tO
UVD U.OVwyw. -,
prescribe times and places for compar-
f .1 11. f j:. Tn iimnnil
lilt) Otfc w " " " j
iudee for Carroll county, so as to pro-
' 1 ?-J! J - .nnrt until
viae saiu cuuuij win icivux.. .....
l koi. iil. c Kionniftl elpntinn. 'To
-cc l mnVaP ,i litiirnnta hv nrnvulinff
nuuru ice ...b..v j
proper remedies for the speedy hearing
ot causes on crowaea uoeaeis, enpeuiaiij
: . U n .nMma nnnff unil tn f n K K ! ii f r
1U IUD BuuiciHD
the propriety of changing existing laws
lor tuning bu jiuuiiouiufc mw im
ports of the supreme court - in
response to petitions coming irom
h KannK nnH liar and from other
sources. To consider the propriety of
republishing the former Supreme Court
reports and revisal of the statutes. To
appoint commissioners to settle the
question of boundary between the States
of Tennessee and Virginia.) To author
ize additional loans to meet the current
expenses in, anticipation of the revenue
of the present year. To amend ' the
laws relating to common schools and
education in such manner as may be
necessary. To provide for the preserva
tion of the archives and public property
of the capitol; 1 and to consider the pro-,
priety of enlarging the powers of mu
nicipal corporaiiuuB wj iaouu uuuuo.
The Tribune, speaking of the minority
report of the Ku-Klux committee, says
it is conclusive agaiust the locust-like
officials (carpet-baggers) of the South. It
adds: "Misrule and corruption have
combined" with ruffianism and brutal
mob-law to make the South uninhabit
able. Day after day and week after
week, the crumbling fabrics of 'these
fraudulent political structures have at
tested the truth of all that the Tribune
said long ago of the carbet-baggers, If
the end of the Ku-Klux "hall come with
that of the thieves, it will be well for the
That many of the accidents fatal to
life oa railways, in consequence of broken
rails, could be averted by diminishing
the speed, is beyond cavil. The St. Louis
Republican soys that midwinter acci
dents on railroads will not be seriously
diminished in number until -a general
arrangement is effected between the
com oaniel for reducing considerably the
running time during the cold season.- If
this was done throughout the country,
business and travel would learn to ac
commodate themselves to the new regime,
and the inconvenience would be only
A letter from Berlin, Prussia, to the
Baltimore Sun, states that a spirit of
speculation is taVing possession of the
staid people of that great capital of a
million inhabitants, somewhat similar to
that which affected us towards the close
of our late civil war. Most of the neces
saries of life have, within a few months,
advanced there twenty-five to fifty per
cent. Real estate, in speculative sec
tions, has gone up one hundred per
cent, within a year.
The World sayB: It is asserted by
geologists that this city is gradually
sinking at he rate of seventeen inches
n a century, so that in the course of
time a few lots on the top of Murray
Hill will constitute all tbo terra firms of
Gotham. It is doubtless the knowledge
that in a few brief centuries the Fourth
avenue railway tracks will thus be inex
pensively depressed, so as to place no
body but the little fishes in danger.
Illinois has taken to investigating.
A committee of inquiry into the man
agement of the State penitentiary report
that during the past three ' years 'there
have been expenditures for that institu
tion to the amount of $1X7,000, for
which there are no vouchers anywhere.
The Proarresa ut Hemphla.
Memphis is rapidly becoming the great
cotton center of the world. Its trade
and commerce are increasing at a ratio
unknown ia other cities, and it wilt soon
be the greatest crossing point on the
Mississippi river, from the tide of travel
and commerce between the Kast and the
far West over the Southern Pacific rail
road. Eastern capitalists, merchants
and manufacturers are turning their
eyes in the direction of the Bluff City,
for already its location and advantages
areiotbem clearly perceptible. . With
an eye to this fact, and the rapidly in
creasing trade of our city, Messrs. Finkle
& Lyon's manufacturing company had
established an agency at No -10 Court
street some months since, but were
forced by increasing , business to hunt
np some more adaptable loca
tion. The company has removed its
agency at No. 223 Main street, where
the celebrated "Victor" sewing ma
chines of the company can be examined
by the public. The " Victor" standi
unapproachable for simplicity, great
range of work, and ease of adjustment
The manufacturers have fitted up an ele
gant room, and their agent, Mr. L. C.
McAllister, is receiving daily from the
company's works the Victor machines
of every style and pattern. This
speaks well for ear city and the induce
ments presented by us to Eastern manu
facturers to locito in our midst.
1 1 aaeolala tne Ledrer.
iMiuOAi rasss amooutiow, via s. t. k A.
' i TU.M.1ATI ooarAHY.
The German Kallnn Arnllns- A
oiber lavmlon of Frauc f rk
Ntw York, February 24. A Herald
special from Berlin says: , i - : ;
The German nation ia arWng again
and assuming- -war'aipect rapidly.
Two oorps of the . Imperial Prussian
army have received orders from the war
office to hold themselves fully equipped
and in readiness .to , move immediately
when dirsotcd. The reason is found in
the great and unusual activity now per
vading the French political circles at
Versailles, and consequent apprenen
si on on the part of Germany of the pos
sible occurrence of a sudden change
not only in the ministry but in the form
of the government of France. Prussia
reserves to, herself the right to judge of
and pronounce on any new government
which may succeed that of Thiers , as
to whether such new government is
likely to execute the treaty of peace and
discharge the' French obligations to
Germany., Should ' Prussia decide un
favorobly another invasion of France
will follow. .
Washington, February 23. Garrett
Davis is so much belter that his physi
cians believe he will bo able to 'return
to his home in Kentucky nerft week.
The case of Captain Stevens for, not
exercising dne caution and preventing
the United States steamer Gurrior from
running on rocks on the coast of Italy,
will conclude its courts-martial to-morrow
and report the result to the secre
tary of war.
New York, February 21. It is assert
ed that there are now affidavits in pos
session of the committee of seventy
which criminate Police Superintendent
Kelso, in conjunction with the notorious
William He nn easy Cook, who was ac
cessory to ' the voucher robbery, for
which Haggertyand Batch were indicted
at the general session of the grand jury.
Railroad Accident on the Louisville
r .I Short Line..
Cincinnati, February 2X A terrible
accident becurred on the Louisville and
Cincinnati Short Xine railroad yester
day, about thirty miles from this city.
The Lightning Express train, consisting
of two passenger cars, baggage and ex
press car, left Louisville at eight a.m.,
with about sixty passengers, and ,as it
was crossing what is known as the Ten
Mile Bridge, the bridge gave way, throw
ini the passenger cars, baggage and ex
press cars and tender down twenty-five
feet. Two persons were killed outright
and fifty-three others wounded.
,-.r .. i ' 1 ' - '
Scandalous A Hair.
Baltimore, February 24. This city
was thrown into great excitement to-day
by the fact being made public that Rev.
L. D. Horton, minister of one of h
most 'fashionable Methodist Episcopal
churches of Baltimore, had fled the city,
having accomplished the ruin of a num
ber of young 'ladies, members of bis
flock. . He U represented as being an
able and eloquent preacher, attracted
large audiences, and was highly re
spected previous to the facts being made
known. He left a wife and family be
hind him. j?7 ;.
Since the city authorities ad the crim
inal court have determined to suppress
gambling or to regulate it so that it cannot
hereafter be carried on as publicly as any
legitimate business, many members of
the sporting fraternity sit and weep like
Marius over the ruins of their Car
thage, or.bave gathered up their lares
and penates in the shape of chips and
faro boxes, cut cards, keno traps, and
have left the bluffs without casting even
one " longing, lingering look behind "
except when the police were in sight
Keno, probably the most dangerous, se
ductive and pernicious game ever intro
duced into Memphis, has been driven
into the suburbs of the city, where it
ekes out a precarious existence beneath
the light of a dark lantern. Faro,
the royal game, the lineal defend
ant of the Egyptian monarch, still rears
its crest in onr midst, but not in the
gorgeous and flaunting style of yore.
Behind belts and bars, and guarded by
pickets, it is always in a condition to re
treat on the first alarm. Gambling at
the faro table, like many other social
evils, cannot be entirely suppressed so
long as this world hold together, . Judge
flippin, of our criminal court, has en
acted a rule that will go far to relieve
Memphis of a crowd of " sports" who
have drifted into our city from St. Louis,
Chicago and other points. Heretofore
when a gambler was found guilty on
an indictment and fined, he generally
escaped both imprisonment and fine by
taking the insolvent debtor's oath the
ten days' notice (daring which time
he would, according to law, have
had to remain in jail) bring gen
erally waived by the attorney general.
Consequently the "sport" walked into
court after the conviction, and while
wearing a heavy gold watch and chain,
diamond pin and studs, A hundred dol
lar suit of nobby clothes, took the insol
vent debtor's oath, swearing to his pov
erty and pauperism, and marched out a
free man, to engage again in his "brace'
and confidence games in a few hours.
Judge Flippia has ordered the clerk of
t his court not to enter op the judgments
j in such cases until the fine and costs
are paid. This order is followed by an
execution, which if not settled, acta as a
highway to the county jail. No wonder
the new rule causes a hegira from the
Mecca of Memphis to some out of the
Memphis Theater. Lotta'i benefit
last night attracted a larger audience
than ever before assembled within the
walls of the theater. A galaxy of beauty
adorned the dress-circle and parquette,
and gentlemen stood in the aisles as
closely packed as sardines in a box
The play, Heart's-Ease, never before
presented in Memphis, was admirably
suited to Lotta's attractive ana capti
vating style of acting. She was admir
ably, supported by Mr. Ketchum and
other members of the company; At the
matinee to-day Lotta will appear in the
Little Detective, aad this evening in
Heart's-Ease, which will be her closing
performance in Memphis.
The Bandmanns. Next Monday Mr.
and Mrs. Bandmann, sterling actors,
will commence an engagement at the
Memphis Theater and will present dur
ing the week such dramatic treats as
Narcisse, Richlieu, Hamlet, Othello,
Hunchbabk, etc. Mr. Bandmann is con
sidered equal to Booth or Fechter, hav
ing acquired a high reputation as an
actor in England, Australia ; and the
United States. Narcisse, which was
represented one hundred nights in Lon
don, will be on the bills on nextWedneS'
day evening, the occasion of Treasurer
Theodore Thomas' Concerts. The
musical sensation is the Thomas con
certs, next Tuesday. Wednesday and
Thursday evenings, "at the, Greenlaw
Opera House. The musicians, sixty in
number, are all of the best musical tal
ent in the country, and together they
form a grand orchestra. The treasures
of musical works which compose Thomas
concert programmes are so varied and
rich that to speak of them with true ap
preciation would require more space than
is allotted to us. Suffice it to say, that
every morceau, small or large, so-called
classical or modern, captivates the listen
er's whose attention and interest.
Buoom's QpsaA, House. The yicto-
rille family at Broom's have proven a
great attraction. Thy certainly merit
much approbation, for their perform
ances are first-class. The thrilling feats
of Henry and Oscar on the horizontal
bar are excellent, and their terrific leaps
in mid air simply astounding.. Neil
Rogers, oue of the cleverest delineators
of Ethiopian character in this, country,
is becoming a great favorite, and is no
small card at Broom's. Altogether,
Broom has an excellent company and
well deserving patronage.
The Olympic; Manager Lusk seems
determined to keep pace with the times,
and hence his variety compaay is one ot
the best in the South, and capable of
giving a mirth-provoking entertainment
every evening. The Olympic is always
well patronized because the company is
always a good one and the performance
such as to interest and entertain.
Chas. Stout 4 Bro., hardware mer
chants, 252 Front street and 227 Second
' Tbe Beat la the Cbeapeat.
Just received. Yarmouth bloaters,
smoked halibut and salmon, Roe her
rings, new Canadian oat-meal, and other
articles too numerous to mention, at J.
Devoto's, cor. Third and Adams. 121-T
Go to . Chas. Stout & Beo.'s, 252
Frent and 227 Second street, for hard
Fresh stock received daily by V. D.
Fuchs, 41 Jefferson street. . T70
PROPERTY CHANGING HANDS.
The City Clelaa: In for Beat Estate.
The city has commenced filing deeds
for nronertv boueht in for taxes in 1870.
Forty or more deeds have already been
led for record in the County RegiBter s
office, and we are given to understand
that the number will be added to at the
rate of about one hundred a week, till
the whole number to which the city is
entitled are entered up. Unless re
deemed, as no doubt many will be, the
itself will be the most extensive
property holder within its own limits.
Files this week :
Van A. W. Anderson, lot 22, in county
a f.1 i Jfinaa a von tin -
Agnes Alexander, lot 5, in block 39, on
,. Martin street
W. C Anderson, part of lot 12, block
i Pnlts .treat
W. T. Avery, part of lots 110 and 111,
l Main street.
Mrs. T. S. Avres. lots 351 and 352, on
Second street ...
Orlando Brown, part of lot 4Hti, on
Orlando Brown, part of lot 91, on Front
street. . ......
Mary II. Clark, lot ID, UlocK o.i, on
ance street - r-
Mary H. Clark, part lot 6, block 40,
l Fontotoc street. . -
T.J. Ceeswell. lot 7, block 2C, on
Main street ,
Mrs. G. W. Duvall, lot I, biocic it, on
Shelby street. . .
W. L. Duff, !uU I and 2, block 6C, on
Main street . ...
W. L. Duff, loU 29 and 30, block 7,
on Third street.
W. L. Duff, lots 39 and 40, block C7,
W. L. Duff, let 41, block C7, on Her
nando street , '
W. L. Duff, lotl, block 64, on Chester
W. L. Duff, part lot 1, block 64, on
W. L. Duff, lot 6, block fl, on Chester
street , , , ,
Mrs. A. H. Douglass, part block 1j,
on Shelbv street
P. P. 'Frame, part county lot 478,
P. P. Frame, part county lot 494, on
Pigeon Koost iloaa. .
P. P. Frame, part county lot 493, on
W. G. Ford, part of lot 6, in block 30,
on Haling street - -
W. G. Ford, lot T, in block 30, on Main
W. G. Ford, part of lot 8, in block 30,
on Irezevant street
M. S. Ford, lot 256, on Court street
W. B. Greenlaw k Co., bart of biock
66, on Union street.
W. B. Greenlaw & Co., part of block
CC, on Second street
W. B. Grenraw & Co.. lota 1, 2 and a,
in block 2H, on Main street
i. B. lliii, lot 307, on Second street.
J. C. Junes' estate, lot 4, in county lot
W. D. Lumpkin, lot 16, in county lot
493, on N. Madison street.
Mrs. Ruth Martin, lot 7, In block 66,
on Main street. A
Mrs. Ruth Martin, lot 8, in block 66,
on Main street. ,
Mrs. L; D. McKissick, lot 2G, in block
.57, on Jessamine street - - -
Mrs. L. D. McKissick, part of lot 27, in
block 07, on Jessamine street.
8. A. Norton. Dart of lot 345, on Seo
D. Pante, part of lot 124, on uenier
D, Pante, part of lot; 124, on Main
street. ' 1 ' V
Estate of A, B. Shaw, lots and 10,
in Ansmv lt JQ9 nr TTninn fltrAflt.
EataU of A. B. Shaw, lots 5 and G, in
AAn Int A l rAtl I nlnn BrPRItl.
H. G. Smith, part of lot 6, in county
lot 43U, on uouri sireei.
H. G. 8mith, part of lots 11 and 12,
1U UIUU. Ill I VII Ult1A BMbVtl
Mary H. Talbott, lots 9 and 10, in
block 0t, on Second street.
rislia W. Talhntt. nart of lots 5 and 6.
in block 54, on Vance street.
S. r. Walker, part of lot lU4,on main
W. B. Waldran, lot 14, in block 37, oc
Main street. ,
RrKfr W.ni Dffont lnl "t in rminfv
lot 606, on Alabama street.
MADDEN FridftT ereninir. February tM.
at five o'oloek. Mat Bills, infant daughter
of C. V. aud Hone l. jnauuen.
Funeral will take plae from rasideco No.
31 Bobeson street, this (SATURDAY) after
noon at four o'oloek. .
United States. Land Agency.
WE P0RCIIASK. Btth, AND Ex
change land, in large or imnll tracts,
in all paru of the United tstatee. We make
urreyi and geological examinations. We
form colonies. We find capital fur mining
and developing land. Wo examine title,
pay ta i on, eto. We hare correspondent all
rerthe Union and Europe. We want large
bodies of land for the Buroncan market. YVe
hare small tracts of 50 to 500 acres to sell on
your own terms. Addrew, . .
United lilc Land To..
1S2-1MV Central Offii-e, 615. Brotdway. W.V.
MEMPHIS MECHANICS' INSTITUTE.
A CALLED MEETING OF THE MEM
nhis Maphaniea' Institute for Sa(nr
iy Kvrnlnaj. briinry it4. 17)1, at
TH o'clock, in Board of Education Kooms,
Odd-Fellows' Hall. All the members i er
sonally interested and specially requested to
be oreeent promptly at the time.
xyj oroer 01 jh. .buimljii. rreaiooni.
Thou. Ba(kiv. SairMnry. 151-152
P. Short - -....... .Treasurer.
Saturday, February 21,1872.
Last appearance of the Fairy Comedienne.
AT THE MATINEE.
AT NIGHT, .
Hominy. Febrnnrr 86. MR,' AND
JTlfWS. A. A. J .1 .1
Wetlnrndnr. February 88. BENEFIT
OF F. bilUKT. '
GREENLAW OPERA HOUSE.
60 DISTINGUISHED PERFORMERS,
Pronounced by the entire press the largest
' . 0 . n .. . rfuK
ana mm peneot vuueor. i iuui. nuiuu
kas erer undertaken a tonr either in
this country or in Kurop.
THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY IN
formed that Mr. Theodore Thomas will
givo a series at , , , . j ,
THREE GRAND CONCERTS!
Tared ay Evening-, February 87. '
Wedueaday Eeina-, rcbraaty Set.
Thursday Evening, February tw.
TYi. PMlnwfn. 1nht-atA(1 finlnt.t. will in.
pear for the first time:
Miss MARIE KREBH, the young and bril
Mr. BKRN11ARD LISTEMANN. Violia.
Mr. LwUIS SCilKEIBKK, Cornet-a-Fiston.
1.1 ...l. ..... t...tli..Uhtlia I H.lV.ll.1)
Oreueklra'oi Over 00 Frrfvrnieru.
SCALE OF PRICES : , ,
Secured seats to Parquette and Dress
Circle - si' 00
Family Circle .......... .. 1 50
Gallery ... . 75
Admission- - 1 00
rw-Reserrcd Beats can now be had at E.
A. BENSON'S. 317 Maia street, where pro
grammes can nena'i. Tf'.'t
Oilice: No. 22 Madison Street
B. H. DTJNSCOMB. President.
W. B. OALHRKAT1I, Vice President.
F. M. NELKON, Secretary.
W. B. MALLTQRY, Ass't bwarttary.
a. h. BtnrscoMB, d. n. townsend.
W. B. UALBRKATH. A.VACCARO.
L. HANADKK. N. FONTAINI,
IS. ir. rtiMV. jusnsuos.
E. S. JONES. J. J. BU6BX,'
JOHN 0. FIZER.
laaaroa against Us) by Flra, Ha
ST Risks on Prtrata Swellings especially
SOUTHER OIL. VOIIK8
tAYB ALWAYS THE HIGHEST PRICE
1 in cat a fur
B.Urered at River Landings. Railroad De
rots, or at their Oil Works ia JtfempkU, Xeon,
Sacks aad Twlas Faralebvd.
V. B.-We are now paying ELEVEN DOL
LARS PER TON.
Address, ... B. A. MIX.
I11-Tiv2 A'.i'tant SfTi.tr.
No. 37 BfadiHOU M.
Manufacturer of and Wholesale aad Retail
,. . -A-111
Kinds of Fine Confectioner)-,
Balls and Parties supplied on notice.
FALL AM) WINTER CLOTHING
WALKER BROS, h CO., .
IV o. S31 3rA.IT STREET,
HAVE RECEIVED AND ABE DAILY ADDIHQ.TO. THEIR MMENS . STOCK OF
Men s and Boys' Clothing and Finishing Goods
' ' OF THEIB 0W MANOTACTURK. WHICH THEY OFFER
AT PRICES. AS I,0&f i AS THE LOWEST.
New Goods. Choice Patterns gotten up In latest Styles."
Give them a call before purchasing elsewhere. Remember the Place,
No. 231 Main Street, Clay Building.
NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD Mr. JAMES . ROBINROir, WHO HAS BEEN IH MY
employ for the last two years, a half interest is my business, which will be hereafter con
ducted under the name and style of 11. 0. bTKKVER k CO. ., .
Mmruis, February 1, ISVi. HESRT C. STLCTH.
H. C. STEEVER Sc CO..
DEALERS IN PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
FINE PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES.
THE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT tS AT ALL TIMES UNDER THE IMMEDIATE
supervision of one of the firm, and we shall continue to make it in the future, as it has
been ia the past, TUB LKAD1NU FEATURE OF OUU BCHiNKSS. Physioians and the
public can rely upon having the purest medicines dispenxed ia the most careful manner. We
respeotfully solicit their patronage and that of an appreciative public.
HENRY C. STKEVER,
JAMES S. ROBINSON.
flradeales in Pharmacy., !
' ' HOWARD HKVMAN, Hcnlnr Clerk-
: Just ArrlYed at the Jet Palace,
Rich Hair Ornaments, Entire New Goods,
In Jet, Shell, and French Gilt.
OUR STOCK OF AMERICAN PLATED
OUR SOLID GOLD, CORAL
Greatly Reduced In Price.
Gold Watcliag, Gold Chains, Gold Necklaces, Gold Rings, etc., goods which
are only Kepi in nxBMiasa, jeweiry stores, ana warranted as
represented, will be sold at Tery low figures.
I. ROESCHER & CO.,
Practical Jeweler aad Watchmakers, SiiS Main atreet.
Domcstic Dry Goods
NOTWITHSTANDING THK RKCKNT
heavy advance in the prices of the raw
mot.rial . T..1 tli. inn.niiiint ftnnreCiatlOn 01
all cotton fabrics, we are .it ill otferinf the fol
lowing; goods at "
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES.
New York Mills 44 Bleached
"IVainsutta Mills 44 Bleach, d
Lonsdale Mills 4-4 Bleached
Fruit of the Loom 44 Bleached
Androscoggin 4-4 Bleached
What Cheer 4-4 Bleached
And an Immenne Variety of
Besides a splendid assortment of
84 Brown and Bleached Sheetings.
: 94 Brown and Bleached Sheetings.
104 Brown and Bleached Sheetings.
Which we will loll at
EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES I
B. Lowenstein & Eros.,
242 and 244 Main,
Corner of Jefferson Street, Memphis.
KOME' INSURANCE CCMP'Y
! OF MEMPHL", TESSi
OFFICE : No. 20 MADISON ST.
Antborlzed Capital, $500,000
I.ori HASXAl'K Preeldeat
IOHI . TOOP . . Vic. rrell
R. I. BOLLIXU .... Secretary
J.H.BOWEI, . . Ae't keerelrr.
W "m. WHIT Art. J.W. DIiViSn
anoi.PIT IOFB, eeacral Afjea.
of Gilt Butterflies.
JEWELRY IS THE LARGEST IN THE CITY.
AND GOLD, AND COBAL SETS,
SEASON OF GRAND OPERATIC
And Instrumental Performances,
TO BE GIYEN THROUGHOUT THE U. 8.
The Fire to be Held
Aeademy of Music, Brooklyn, K. T.
Inclndinr Italian and English Opera and
Urand Orchestra of 1(16 Performers, ,
ia connection with tbe
MAMMOTH GIFT ENTERPRISE.
3O0.COO in Gifts Distributed 1 $100,000
in Oold and Ureenbacks Positively
Given Away I
AdmlsmloB, $5 with ticket entitling tbe
holder toaoomplete edition, handsomely tilt
bound, ef Shakespeare, or other standard
works, besides participation in tbe Gen. ml
Brand Ilistribntien ot Uifts, Tickets with
premium sent C. 0. D. if desired.
Circular containing full particulars, with
.lumber of Gifts and manner of distribution,.
1 i I. -.1.
m 111 P. Hub .tmicMiiiK
126. 127 and 129 Fulton it., New York.
Ak,nt for Memphis. TnlTCUKLI)t
tftr Cfod reliable A tents wanted.
OF MEMPHIS, TEWaT.
No. SOS Main Street.
CAPITAL, ..... 9200,0001
C. 8. IENSEB, Preeldeat.
. W. II. MOOKE, Seerel.ry.
MLMKACIIAM, DAVID P HIDDEN.
NAPOLKON HILL. J C NEELY..
U W JON S3, H H HIGBXK.
star Fire, Marine and River risks taken at
the lowest raw. 80-t 1
FIRE AND MARIXE
Oflloe, 5 1-2 Madison street,
Ifeiuphisj, 1 : t Tennessee.
J. J. BUSBF, TresidenU
J. Yf. JEFFEIISOX, Tlce Pre.
G. Tf . L. CROOK, Secretarj.
T. B. DTLLARD, of Dillard Bro.. k Coffin.
U. V. KAVBAUT. of E. M. A iersoa k Co,
1. W. JKKKE1U50N. of J. W. J.fi.ri.on A Co.
J. J. BUSBY, of Busby. Johnson A Co.
JNl. ti. IUUF. of loof. Phillips A Co.
-Will grant Policies of Insurance upon
Fire. Marine and Hirer risks at rates com
ni.ritr'. with tb. hTri. l.t
Dissolution of Tartuervhip.
T HAVK THIS DAY WITBDnAWN FROM "
I th partnership entered into with W. U.
ClAHK. ef C!:nrklun. Ark., oa tbe id day
of January, ihrl, tor the iuh. f Ihnr
cotton at Memptii.. W. s. ANir.KiN,
MeuipbU, February 19, 1S72. 147-144
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