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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL - MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1870.
ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR MA.YOR. MAYOR. We re authorised to nnnonnc KAMITEI. I". WALKER as s cfcudldali (or Msvor at the ensuing municipal election. del MATOH.-W are authoriied to annonno J. D. KCFFIN as a candidate for Mayoi at tbe ensuing municipal election. del4 FOR CITY RECORDER. (l ITY RECORDER. At the solicitation o' j nuiiy of my old frlendg, I have consented to become a candidate before the Genera! t louncll (or the office of City Recorder, at thr election in January aril del W. L. STEWART. FOR CITY TAX-COLLECTOR. (ITY TAX COLLECTOI1 We are author-U-d t" announce the name of FK1.IX V ROBERTSON aa a candidate for City fax Collector, at the ensuing municipal ele-tlon. su '. eel to a nomination by the city couven 11 on. 'ei ! (iITY TAX COLLECTOR. We are aothor I Bed to announce the name of . T. 1 H CB-K i.ND aa a candidate for City Tax Ool-I-ewr, at the ensuing election. ttela FOR WHAR M ASTER. -is-H AFFMA-rER. We are authorised to announce Capt. M PYSE as a citizen's candidate for Wharfmaaler at the ensuing e:. . :. .. U" Ha RFM ASTER. We are aut announce C.apL LARRY B.A as a candidate fox Wharlmaster, at log municipal election. rHARFM ASTER. We are authorized to v announce the name of J. JACK WIL SON, aa a candidate for Wharfmaster, at the ensuing municipal election. de3 1,-HAHFMASTER. We are authorised So V auuounit-d The name of Captain E. A. LEVY as a can ihlate tor W cartuiaster at t lie ensuing municipal election. deU ii-H ARFMASTER. We are authorised to announce Capt THOMAS H NEWELL Ma candidate for Wharfmaster In the com ing election. el '7 HAKFM ASTER We are authorized to V announce the name of ROBT . GOODE, , prent incumbent, for re-election to the i offlr- of Wbartmastoi-, at the next municipal election. no Ledger and Weekly Journal copy. VHARKM ASTER. At the solicitation ol , W many ot my friends, I announce my self aa a candidate for the office of Whatf anaster, at the coming municipal election. LOUIS A. NORMANDIN. nog (Retter known as " French Louis"!. FOR ALDERMAN SD WARD! ALDERMAN. ARTHUR D. GIBSON is a candidate for Alderman of the Third Ward at the enduing municipal election. JaS FOR AI.DERMAN 4th WARD. ALDERMAN. In response to the call from clUxens of the Fourth Ward, I become a candidate for Alderman. daS B. B. WADDEl. FOR ALDERMA 7th WARD. ALDERMAN. Having received the nomi nation ac candidate for Alderman of the 7th Ward, at the Democratic meeting held at Ferguson Hall on 14th Inst.. I take this meth od of spying to my friends that I accept the nomination, and will serve the cltlxens of Memphis to the best of my ability, if I am elected. A. J. ROACH. December 17. IMS. del FOR COUNCILMAN 8th WARD. COUNCILMAN. We are anlborixed toan annonnce Dr. WILLIAM HEWITT for Cocncilman of the Eighth Ward. del FOR JUDGE CHANCERY COURT. CHANCELLOR. We are authorised to an nounce Judge J. f. CARUTHERi as a candidate for Chancellor, to nil the vacancy createu by the resignation of the Hon. Win. At. fen-1th. "lea JUDGE CHANCERY COURT. We are au tnvrlaed to announce Judge K. J MOK OAN, I! present incumbent, aa a candidate at ti-e ensuing judicial election tor the office o.' Judse of ti Chancery Coart, which was atoll by the resignation of Hon. Wiljlam BJ Smith. dtls FOR JUDGE 1st CIRCUIT COURT. JUDGE Ldiurr Ayeal: In response to the very complimentary call In x our paper of yeeterday, signed " One of the Br," I hereby announce mvself a aaudidate for JUDGE ol the M RST I IRCUITCOURT. of Hhelhy comity, dell C. W. HEIKELL. FOR JUDGE 2d CIRCUIT COURT. C CIRCUIT JUDGE We are authorised to j fjii.o'..ne '. A. ANDERdON as a candi date 'ot Judge of the Second Judicial Clr?nit r Shelby county. uehi ATTORNEY-GEN. CRIMINAL COURT. A TIoRNEY GENERAL OF THE CRIM IN AL COURT. We are authorised to an nounce M. I. WELCH as a candidate for At torney -General of the Criminal court, dei FOR CLERK 2i CIRCUIT COURT. IT COURT. W. ounce Col. JOK tor the oClc of Court of Siifclb. delt aUMtEBI as a candidate Clerk of the Second C4rcni county. URT-.V". seen fit to xe for tae say. ttat ereii, and, a the ilu- oaii uj above . I will a If elect ties nf deil M. B.TREZEVANT. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK. (-Ol STY COURT CLERK. We are author j lie 1 to announc- HUGH D. GREER, as a candidate for the office of Connty Court Clerk at the Varh election, subject to the nomina tion f the cuL.ty convention. de31 OUNTY t tlon ot LEBK -At the aollcita us friends, and in re tlit ArriALsnd Ledger, atate that I am a eandl- ounty Court, subject to ..critic convention. WILL O. WOODHOX. tm Baa i sou dwie the ac del FOB RENT FARMS. Softest under (Au head uiU be interted at Ten eentt per line, each insertion. RESIDENCE AN!' FARM. A desirable res idence and smsll farm, five miles from Memphis, on the Plgeonrooat road -30 acres of open land, lnm fine state of cultivation; 6 acres In orchard the best selection of fruit in the eonntrv: iaree rich enrden. with hot- .h. etc: dwelling nouse. wnn i.-n ! doctor's office In the yard; stnoki Louse, kitchen, cribs, stables and cnw-sheils. Apply to i.j.nturBii, dest No. A Front street. WANTED SITUATIONS. Jtattas under Otis head wiB be inserted at Ten eentt pr-hnt. eaeh intertiod. SITUATION. A No. 1 man and wife, with out encumbrances, wish a sanation. The man underMants gardening, caring cows, horses and driving. The woman, a No. 1 cook, washer and Ironer. Aptjly to WM. IjRIIH' (jeneral Employment and Intelli gence Ofle-e Jederson street. Jn't SUPERINTENDENT-By a man of family and experience, a position as Superin tendent on a bottom plantation. Undoubted references. -Address Cultivator," care Ap peal "fflee. stating siae of place, terms, etc. Ob FOR RENT-HOUSES. rider this head tct be interted at Tvn cents per line, tach 1 T OUBE liS Adams street; apply to M. W. II KEXNEY, Tarpaulin oueu. on ine levee deSl RBWDENCE A clce cottage residence, of seven rooms, with ev,ry niosssary out couse and 4i acres of go-! land. Apply to A.J M AlsTIN, attorney -si-law, In Kit Wll Hams Block, corner of tteoond and Madison tree s. deSl H OMEMTEAD.-The Trigg Homestead, two miles from the city; large house, with the fnrnltare. an 1 good outhouses, stables, onhsrd,etc.,etc.,ln good repair-very cheap. ipplv to W. W. Trigg or to me. EDW. L li MLIN , Bl !econa siree'. c fur Lit sae-house, four rooms and trC worth of household Inquire ou premises, M r 1" m delS LOST. jt'aSm vter thit Krtid vW be tntertid at Ten eentt per tsne, each insertion., r oEV 2C Reward cn Main or Jefferson Jl stieet, a fifty-dollar bill. Return to this ortlce. Jal 1 sRUNK. Uanvass-covered trunk, mai Ked s Itraanin. L.ou;vme, fy. me 1 will be paid for Its delivery to in Hotel, or any Information that , Its recovery d24 ITXLE. Htx bead Arkansas beef nt away from steamer Commercial ne dun, one while colors other us Suitable reward will be paid -live-t-d to undersigned. LEVY ROBBINH, 1 Jefferson street. B th! del FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. IMt head will he inserted at Ten emit per lint, each insertion. "tt m HrTt N I ' M ACH1 N FRY -TborougtTTy VeaSootd OtoBl OOS D D kill 1 1 1 1 1 (1 - n. t Bun. Bricl Ii.aui scrip Ihlers' supplies, of all de- 1AXTON A CO.'a, 'Jbi Front r, jal 1 - ' -T MILL. A steam saw aud exchange lite same forlm- A' des bltt PA' WANTED HALE HELP. otleei under thit head will be aaa4M at Ten eentt per Hne, earh insertion. COOK AND SERVANT. A good cook and dining-room servant, male preferred; ' apply at 158 Second street. - Ja2 WANTED FEMALE HELP. Satire under thit head v-W lie inserted at Ten eentt per tine, each insertion. , f . ' ' 7 IV. A Willie WOUIBU IU COOS UU w-. i for a private family. Apply at No. IS Wettt Court. or J21 Linden ilnvi. Jal TEACHER. A Lady, a proficient In Latin, French, etc. Address C. M1CHIE. La U range, Teun. del WANTED TO LOAN. yvtiett under Out head tntt be interted at Ten cent per Une, each insertion. MONEY On good collateral ; apply to T. B. MICOU. attoruey-at-iaw, Lee Block, Union street. Ja2 WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. .VsMcat wider (Aw head mil be interted at Ten eentt per line, each insertion. HELP If you are in want of good and re liable Mali or Femalb Help, for any I kind of work, in the cltv or country, you can : uvr the expense of advertising, and the an ' nnvsnce ot numerous and Incompetent ap- I'llcan-a hv tiding your orders to U j LIAM DAUDIS, General E Intelllgeuce office, Jeffersc Uoyment and lrcct. jal Saru f worth FENCING LUMBER In OVHU exchange for City or Suburban pronert) , at casn prices. de2S HU. BKJNKLEY, H Madison St. I Advertisement. Henry J. Lynn for Mayor Editors Appeal :--You are hereby author ized to announce to the people of Memphis that I am a candidate for the Mayoralty, at the ensuing Municipal Election. My friends will take notice at once, and govern themselves accordingly. January I, 1870. HENRY J. LYNN, jarrr . Tgr? LETTER LIST. The following is the list of letters remain ing In the Memphis Postofnoc and not deliv ered bv carriers yesterday. All letters directed to street and numbers, will be delivered promptly by carriers. LADIES' LIST. Rell mrs M E Brown mn 8 I lemmons mif E M ColinsmrsCA ( arrigau mrs K De Loach miss M B Dtiagan mrs M Fltxgerald mrs L Leslie mrs S Prophet mrs V C fcott mrs L B Tarfelon mrs K Toler mrs J W Wallace miss B GENTLEMEN 3 LIST. Anderson F T Anderson J Barbee R Beaver LA Bovle J F Benn-tt A 'ross M Cummltigs TT Devld E DxuglasJ N Dorgan at DobbC T Fltzxeiald J T Frasor C M 1' Frank M Greer T Gegg T G Harrison C E IkxrdAT JarvisG A Jones A Johnson dr F Kenny M W K. rnes W T lawrence J W Moon J Mathews J Moore J M Miller C A Mores A SlcCollum E McGllI D Overall J Owen J PolkdiTG Powell J G Koach A J Robei ts J L Spain W H SlvelC Small HI Hummers A J Tarnatee G W Tlsdale W Vaughau G W Williams L White dr W L Wood D J Williams J White J CITY NEWS. BANK OF TENNESSEE. Old issue taken for goods, at 80 cents on the dollar, at A. SEESSEL fc SON'S, 259 Main street. Read the new advertisement of B. Lowenatein A Bros. i t in , uc in , 1 1 iits, v ."-... - ' - , v. Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer, that has gained for it great popularity. The Miltonian Tableaux opens to night. Cloazs, shawls ana furs, at reduced prices. A. 6.EESSEL & SON. Yesterday, To-dav and Forever. COWPERTH WAIT, CHAPMAN 4 CO. Go to Locke's, 236K Main street, for the h-test news. Carpets, oil cloths, mattings, shades, mau, Jtc,, at E. PECAN'S. 200 second street. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. No advertisement is inserted In the Scnday Appeal unless especially ordered and paid for as an extra publication. We give our advertisers six days in the week, the same as all other Memphis papers, and for the seventh day we charge one aixlb additional. Diariks. half-price. COWPKKTHWAIT, CHAPMAN & CO. Select a !ka of Handkerchiefs, Half Hose, I. Y. Shirls.or any style of Furnish ing Goods for holiday irifts, at 2U Clay Building. W1GGANS & THORN'S, BLANK BOOKS. Oor stock Is the largest and Iwst in the citv. BusinesM men who intend opening new seta of books on the beginning of tho new vear will find it to their advantage to give us a call. We guarantee all of our books to bo as represented. H. WADE A CO., 2a7 Main street. The Appeal is delivered for 23 cents a weak. Hors furnishing good at reduced price. SEESSEL fc SON. FOR WHARFMASTER. Editors Appeal: Among the many can didates who are seeking the vote of the people for election to the few officers that are now left to the people, 'tis strange that so few of the old favorites are not calling their old friends to endorse them once more. We understand that this Is caused by an unwillingness to run against old friends and acquaintances who came early : into the field. This is a false delicacy; and we must insist on calling out one of them at least ;i man who whilo in office was never found fault with; a man who lias experience, intelligence and lienor; an old Deiu'tcrat of over twenty years standing in Memphis; we mean J. J. But ler. He is now called upon to come for ward as a candidate for Wharf master, and THOSE WI1 KNOW HIM. Two hundred Vakhti, just received. COWPLKTH WAlT.t'lLAPMAN A CO. The Appeal is delivered by daylight, seven times a week, for twenty-five cents. Tint Ghost op Kino Solomon, if the spiritualists could raise it, would admit that there is something " new under the sun." Phalon's Vitalia or Salvation for the Hair, is thoroughly original. There has been nothing like it since time began. It la the only transparent, and hanmess fluid in existence that will restore the nalnral color to gray hair, w ithout discol oring the skin. The A ppe a l is the only Daily paper published in the city. Only twenty-live cants a week. Meeting ok the Democratic Execu tive Co M M pit EE. A meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of Shel by oounty will lie held at No. 37 Adams afreet, Monday third Inst., at ten a.m. AU nominees for city offices are earnestly requested to be present. T..H. LOGWOOD, President, J. O. Dcbff, Secretary. NEW PUBLICATIONS. "We have received from Root A t'ady, the will known music publishers of Chi cago, the following songs: IVu'll Have to Mortoaoethe Farm. Sonn and chorus. Words bv C. E. Fahne stock. Music by C. T. Lockwood. Mother's Waitim for Her Chil DUa, Song and chorus. Words by E. 2. Rexford. Music by James R. Murray, author of "Daisy Deane," "Baby's (Jone to Sleep," "What Shall I Ask for Thee." Tin-ni-min-ni-win-ki x-(A, or the Chi naman's Parewell. Song and chorus, by ('hing Poo. Makino Love While on the Ice. Song and chorus. Words and music by Frank Howard. Dr. Jno. C. Rooeb's Office moved to 101 Adams street. I-ocke's Dollar Store, 230 H Main street. Choice of a large assortment bound books for one d-.'Ur. Gates Ajar Gates Wide Open. COWPERTHWAIT, CHAPMAN A CO. Business Notice. No contracts or ob ligations assumed or made by any nidi" vidual owner or employee of this office, rill he naid at our counter or recognized as an onset to any bills due tbe same, ABSCONDED. A Heartless Son Swindles His Father of $2250 and Travels. Information was lodged at the pollen headquarters o". Friday by Mr. David Kabn, the well-known clothier, No. 169 u.ln .IroAl that hla ntn KrnMt Kaltn. a young man only nineteen year old, ! bail absconded, taking with him two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars. , We did not mention the affair at thptime, .. , v AM . , . ,,.,.-..,) i,i ' he l 1 1. 'J " f n.i.t, ,m i. in thA oitv and the matter could be kept quiet. It appears, however, I that such is not the case, and the young ' ,,. nmhahlr Bra this reached soino large city north or west of us. The cir cumstances attending the affair are in brief, these: Young Kahn, who is a youth of prepossessing appearance, rather above the medium nature, stout and well built, has for son.ttime past held the powe,r of attorney of his father, who trusted him repeatedly in all things not knowing that he was keeping Ibad company, and, iu fact, ' going it," very rapidly. On Thursday, after two o'clock, and just be fore the bank closed, he pressnted himself at the banking-house at which his father does business, with a check drawn by himself as attorney and payable to him ttelf for fcS0. It was promptly paid and he left the bank. From that time to this be has not shown himself. The father offers three hundred dollars reward for him, and gives the following description of him: "He is nineteen years old, but looks at least twenty-five; five feel nine inches iu height, stout build, dark complexion and very dark hair and eves somewhat of Jewish contour of feature. The first joint of the forefinger of his left hand is oti'. He is well educa ted, speaks German and English, and is a good scribe. He is supposed to have gone to St. Louis or New Orleans." Great reduction in blankets at BEXaBKL A SON'S. Mkmfhis, Jan. 3, 1870. Editors Appeal : It! response to the call made by the citizens of the Seventh Ward, and at the earnest solicitation of my friends, I will allow my name to be used for the office of Councilman of said ward. I will necessarily be absent from ........t,. until thA riv of the election. I j leave tnv claims with my friends and will be satisfied with their veraict. Very respectfully, M. BURKE. Paradise Lost opens at Assembly Hall tc-night. Select Otstekr, 75 cents per can, at Ice Depot 64 Jefferson. Puck! Puck! Pnck! at COWFERTHW AIT, CHAPMAN A CO.'S Velvet, bodv and tapestry Brussels, three-plv, ingrain and hemp carpets can be bought cheap for cash at E. Vegan's, 260 Second street. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All persons-having a Wheeler t Wilson Sewing Machine, are requested to report to A. Sumner, 256 Second street, any neg ligence or want of attention on the pari of any of his agents or instructors. It is our object to give each and every person full and thorough instructions in the use of our machine. A. SUMNER, 256 Second street. Great house for corsets. A. SEESSEL & SON. AMUSEMENTS. Memphis Theater. Mrs. D. P. Bow i era opens at the Theater to-night in Ca ' mille. This announcement will crowd ' the honse. Mrs. Bowers will be well stip i ported the cast being excellent, i Broom's Opera House. The cele ; brated Kinircado family of aorobats aud . contortionist have been re-enifaced. Miss lone Lang also has been engaged, aud makes her first appearance to-night. Parlor Mrsic Hall. Manager Thompson has a large and well selected I corps of performers, and has as good a i show as ever was in the town. A new bill to-night throughout. Paradise Lost at Assembly Hall to night. ATTENTION, TAXPAYERS! Bank of Tennessee money, in amounts to suit, for sale at Emmet Bank, Nos. 1 and 3 Madison street, corner Front Row. Read B. Lowenstein di Bro.'s new ad vertisement to-day. Hoop skirts in great varieties at SEESSEL & SONS. The Miltonian Tableaux of Paradise Lost opens to-night at Assembly Hall. Memphis Dollar Store Joe Locke's, 23H Main street. Where you can get the worth of vour money for one dollar, and choice of a select lot of bound books. An Act to Regulate the Publication of Legal Notices. "Section L lie it enacted, That it shall be the duty of all Clerks. Sheriffs, and other court officers, to make, or cause to be made, publications of all notices of a legal character In the newspaper published in the county where such shall be ordered having the" largest circulation in said county, and where there is no newspaper published in the county, then the publi cation shall be ui.tuo In the newspaper published nearest the county seat, having the larirest circulation in said county. 1'roHded, That in every instance where the party or parlies or the attorney or at torneys, intereated in said publication shall have the right to designate the news papers in which the said pub)Mion shall be made." We. copy above so mucb of the legal ad vertising law as the public is interested in. We .!o this for the sole purpese of putting the officers, litigants and attorneys upon their guard in relation to tho nut ter, and to guard them against being mis led. It is the privilege of the party or at torney, at whose instance an advertise inent'is inserted, to publish it in any pa- ; per he pleases. Device and Initial Paper. O 'WPEItTII WAIT, CHAPMAN & CO. Advice Gratis If you want any thing nice for your Christmas or New Year's dinner, either plain or ornamental, order it at Berton's Confectionery, corner Fourth and Poplar streets. You will also find a select stock of toys, fancy boxes, and a variety of ar ticles for Christmas trees. Also, hoine tiia'Ie mincemeat ready for use, at 20 cents per pound. We advise everybody to buy at Berton'a. Velvet, body and tapestry Brussols, three-ply, ingrain and hemp carpets can be bought cheap for cash at E. Fegau's, 260 Second street. New Year's Gifts, at COWPERTHWAIT, CHAPMAN CO.'S Twenty-fivh Cents a week is all the Appeal costs delivered by carriers. Godet, Peterson and Demorest for January, at Joe Locke's, '56 Main street. TO ADVERTISERS IN THE APPEAL. After this date, advertisements will not be received from any but regular custom ers and well-established houses, unless accompanied by the cash. The enforce ment of this rule is rendered necessary by the difficulties of collection and the de mands of a business that requires a cash i outlay in all it departments, for its proper and profitable conduct. Business men will understand and appreciate tho neces i slly for this basis for our future. KEATINfJ, ENGLISH A CO. November 30, 1869. Choice Butter at Ico Depot, MX Jef ferson. REMOVAL. The Emmet Bank has removed to the Stanton block, corner of Madison and Front Row. Entrance on Madison street. Twisted Threads, at COWPERTHWAIT, CHAPMAN A CO.'S PERSONAL. Editors Appeal: The qtvstion has been asked, and we want It answered over his own signature, whether or not James j O. Durfl, Esq., the nominee for Alderman of the Third ward, will support Mr. J. Johnson, the nominee of the Democratic parly, for MayorT TH1KU WABll. We bad the pleasure of meeting yester day Mr. John J. M. Guineas, an attache and traveling agent of tbe Metropolitan Jleeord, that staunch Democratic paper, which has so nobly stood by the South in all her trials and sufferings. Mr. Mc Guiness is (raveling through the South in the interests of the RScord, and will re main several days iu the city. Assembly Hall is on Main street, near center of Gayoso. New style of seamless skirta lust re ceived at SEESSEL A SON'S. Ot n la.lv- readers should not fall to read THE ORPHANS. Report of St. Peter's Asylum for the Quarter Ending Dec. 31. We present below the detailed report of St. ueter s urpnan A-syiutu lor mequarier ending on Friday, Dec. 31 : expenses. For biead and feed (as per bills) 199 27 For dry goods 83 44 For shoes 125 00 For groceries 187 80 For stove aud tinware 3b 00 For work on wash house, etc., (J. Gunn) 632 70 For lumber and putting up fence... 83 08 For lumber and work by 39 40 For repairs by Baruum 25 00 For books and stationery 3d 00 For wood and coal 108 00 For medicines 28 50 For sundries 13 40 receipts. Dues of Orphans' Association (J. Gunn) 63 50 Christmas collection 390 50 Donation J. J. Powers, cash 50 00 Donation from non-Catholic friend, cash 51 00 Donation from Mrs. Dardis, cash.... 6 00 Donation from Patrick McKoon 20 00 Donation from Prof. Winkler 9 00 Donation in poor box 3 00 donations. Lawyer Barnes, wagon load potato-ss; W. Nelilis, sack potatoes; Podasta fe Caz zacasa, barrel apples: W.Dean, baiwi ap pies; Mr. Roper, barrel flour; Mrs. Low, one barrel apples, live turkics, tc; Mrs. Babb, turkies; Eugene MaGeveney, gro ceries, 80; J.W. Vogoeli, one box shoes; Mr. Carver, wine; Miss Perdue, confec tionary; Mrs. Dr. Doyle, confectionary; A. M. "Stoddard, keg mollasses; Bakers, bread; Butchers, both markets, plenty of meat ; Mr. Victor Fuchs, 700 pounds turkies. Thanks for the attention of Drs. Avant and Voorhies. Nuuiberof children admitted since Octo ber 1st, 37; secured homes for 18; claimed by friends, 14 : died, 1; number in Asylum at present, 8. General health of children, excellent. Asylum open lor all visitors every Thursday afternoon from three to six. J. Hi KELLEY. Gentlemen, examine cloth and cass mer stock at A. SEESSEL & SON'S. TnE great moral exhibition, Paradise Lost, at' Assembly Hall to-night. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Yesterday was clear, cold and bright. The churches were all full yesterday. Ice stood in the gutters all day yester day. Creole oranges in great plenty on the stands. White men voto for no negro-compromise candidate! Our nominee for Mayor is a sober, up right, honest, business man. Mongrelism, universal suffrage and liberalism (so called; are one aud the same thing. The Democratic Executive Commit tee meets at ten o'clock this morning. See the notice. Firemen! remember that the univer sal suffrage or the Sam. Walker party in tend to make you share your berths with negroes ! The Board ol Aldermen meet to-morrow evening for the last time. The occa sion will, no doubt, be a very affecting one. We shall go thither prepared to weep. There are several balls and social parties on the tapis for the coming week. The affair of the season, however, is to be the select subscription party at Cochran Hall to-morrow evening. Tom O'Donnell desires us to invite his friends to come up to-day to his saloon, at No. 32 Adams street, and try that punch bowl that was voted to him on Saturday night at St. Peter's Fair. St. Peter's Orphan Association have elected the following officers to serve tbe present year: President, John Gunn; Vice-President, P. J. Quiglev; Secretary, W. J. Mansford; Treasurer, John Lilly. The woods of Arkansas along the line of the railroad are very lull of game. Fish are also plentiful iu the lakes. We hear of several camping parlies who have spent the holidays hunting and fishiug over there. We learn that a difficulty occurred, day before vesterday, at Coldwater Sta tion, os the Mississippi Central Railroad, between two men '.'ousins wuose names we could not learn, in whichoue man was killed. The negro preachers instructed their congregations last night a week ago, to vote against Black for Mayer. Last night they changed tho instruction to " vote 'gainst Johnson.-' We suppose the re commendation was to vote for Walker. Cp to a late hour yesterday evening the steamer Mississippi, on board of which are the 30U Chinese laborers, had not passed down. Her arrival is looked for this morning. Considerable curiosity to see the Celestials is evidenced by the number of inquiries made in regard to the boat. The attention of Capt. J. O'Durff, Sec retary of the Democratic Executive Com mittee, is called to a communication in another column, Rigned " Third Ward." The writer is an anxious enquirer alter truth, and represents the sentiments not only of tbe Third ward, but the entire Democratic party in the city. Arthur D. Gibson, Esq., is annonnced as a candidate for Alderman of tho Third Ward on the white man's platform. Mr. Gibson is a member of the house of Van Pell A Gibson, and is well aud most favor ably known to the citizens of Memphis. The Third Ward oould not be better rep resented. Mr. Sam. Walker is the unlversal-suf-frage-equal-rights-to-the-ncgro candidate for Mayor. Equal rights to vote means equal right to hold office, consequently if he is elected he must out negroes on the police, negroes on the fire department, ne groes on the street force negroes every where. How do you like this, white men? A very sudden death occurred at i Broom's Opera House night beloro last, the decedent being Peter Crosby, a youth of about nineteen years of age, who for years has been attached to Mr. Broom in the capacity of bill-carrier and poster. He was seized with an apoplectic tit about ten o'clock in the evening, and died in the course of tour hours. A coroner's inquest was held yesterday, and a verdict ren dered in accordance with the facts as sta ted above. His remains will be buried this morning at ten o'clock. One of those nuisances, which while causing considerable trouble and expense, are more easily pointed out than reme died, are the nails and tacks which have been driven part way into the telegraph and awning posts around town, to attach theater bills, programmes, xslers, etc The papers are torn away, and the nails left projecting from the posts catch tho clothing of passers by, making ugly rents, and sometimes ruining oostly garments. If the city will by ordinance compel the men who use the posts lor this style of advertising to drive tbe nnlls and tacks up into the wood, much annoyanco and expense might be saved citizens. There is an on dit that, in the impossi ble event of bis election, Walker proposes to make Beaumont Chief of Police, and Dr. Dlckerson Recorder. The right bower of Mr. Lynn is supposed to be Thomas Hamilton. If Beaumont will not have it aain, perhaps the hero of Water Valley will take the place of Chief of Police if he can get it, on being turned out of Con gress, which is supposed to be imminent. We have a enriosity to see the slates of both Walker and Lynn, just for tbe fun of the thing, even if they Aatie to be rubbed out next Thursday. But as we haye not seen them, we can't tell what they are. Gj to Assembly Hall to-night the Mil toman Tableaux. Oub stock of flannels must be sold, re gardloss of cost. A. SEESSEL A SON. Thb Wkf.kly Appeal is the largest single sheet published In the South. Arkansas River Plantation FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. THE plantation known as SILVER LAKE PLANTATION, one-half mile from Rlvoe' Landing, on Arkansas river, will be sold on easy terms. It contains 1K0U acres i 00 ia cultivation: sou more arc old deaden ing Fenees and. bouses In bad repair. Ai -plvto BROWN, I.YI.KS A HRO WN, J.-tS No. I West Court Street. Jk.RO TSS O . . FIRS-fcPRCMIUM 4ky or a aiLviE hisal as BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE )Q By Uw K. U. Stmw Asrteullursl Socwtr, t iu til, holteo Id Xului. Sapk tt, ISM. BARRETT'S Vegetable Hair Restorative tUauurta Oraj Hair to SU ottnrml ttt. pr- '.ot rwm x nur Hum lb Uft TvOil u i a t&r origiuAt' organ tc aetioe Eradl Dandruff arid Hunoti I'tstmi. ttt Hair lAiiitittui l a superior DrawlDg. JL. ft 1 1 coo . am; uo mjurwu .acredictiu, Ty, aad t Lb ant pmpuittt ao4 . T . rUba arihflr tunMighotit A. V Sv lb Eaat Mm, Nariii TT 5 atyiaouij,. mo J. R. BARRETT 4 CO., Propri.tort, MAVCHMTCI, N. W, O. O. WARD BRO. "Tv.i.i- - vrui RIVER NEWS. BOATS LEAVING THIS DAY. New Orleans Mississippi & p.m Vlckaburg Mary Korsvth p.m Arkansas Rlver....COLOS8AL -S p.m Friar's Point Gsm. Anderson p.m ARRIVALS. Continental - JBt. Louts Julia .8t. Louis Countess .. Oeu. Anderson Friar's Point Ulchmoud New Orleans DEPARTLRES. . Richmond - Louisville Julia Vlcksburg Indiana - New Orleans i Continental - .New Orleans Countess Yazoo River IN PORT. Gen, Anderson. W. A. Caldwell. RIVERS, WEATHER AND BUSINESS. Louisville, January 2. Down: Burns and Emma No. 3. The river is falling, with 9 feet 7 inches in the canal. Clear and cold. PiiTsiiuRO, January 2. Rain fellatead- iry last night, and a violent snow storm, with high winds, to-day. The Mononge hela has seven aud a half feet aud rising, with indications of high water. Cincinnati, January 2. Arrived: Groesbeck. The river is falling, with 27 feel In the channel. Clear aud ireexiug. St. -Locis, January 2. Arrived: Mo hawk and Thompson Dean. Do parted: Colossal and Adam Jacolis tor Arkansas river. River stationery, with bxi or 0 feet to Cairo, and 3 feet to Keokuk. Weather clear and very cold. Mercury 30. The Arkansas has 4 feet to Little Reck, with a light rise reported. Whito river is about on a stand, with 7 feel to Jack sonport. The latest news trom above will be found in our dispatches. The weather is clear and cold. Mim ELL A X EOCS. A great many of our citizens expected the Mississippi down yesterday with hor cargo of Celestials, but were disappointed, They will, however, be able to satialy their curiosity to-day. Things looked quiet along the river bank yesterday. It was too cold for com fort,and even' our streets were deserted the greater portion of the day. We learn that the various candidates for wharfmaster are to meet aud draw straws to decide which is to run. The others are all to be appointed deputies and serve wood about on tbe levee. The Indiana left yesterday afternoon for below. She received a largo number of people here for New Orleans. 4 The Richmond passed up for Louis ville. She had a very fair passenger trip, aud addod nine hundred bales of cotton here. Now that tbe holidays are over, our lo cal packets will ao a uig uusiuooo iu freight aud people. Captain Stut Neal, of the Richmond, stopped off the boat at Now Orleans to at tend to his interests in the Wagoner mat ter. We learn that 'io has received sal vage to tho amount of 19,UO0. The accident to the Wild Wagoner was worse than reported. She was run into the bank alter shipping lour mei oi waier and her cabin furniture, etc., was taken ashore. It was only by superhuman Acta that her own and the crew ol the j Richmond keps her afloat. The Magenta is the regular Wednesday packet for New Orleans. The fine steamer Liberty, Captain J. B. Davis, will get away to-morrow for Jack sonport and all way landings on White ! river. She is the regular United States i iniii! packet. Jimmy inompson is cmei clrk. j The towboat Grand Lake arrived yester day with a tow of ooal for the Ml. Carbon Coal Company. The towboat Hornet passed down Sat urday night. Mouroe Cunningham, clerk ot tho ( Mountaineer, arrived by rail yesterday ICOto helow. His boat was due last night. Zha Commonwealth was due last night from below. The Mississippi will be in port to-day, and leaves at a p.m. for Yioksburg aud ; New Orleans. She has abont 300 Chinese am board and will be the center of attrac- ; lion while she lays at our port. The j Mississippi is one of our finest passenger j packets. Caotain Nat Green is master, j and in her office will be found Messrs. j Cook, Creighton, John Fenwick and John I Largtois. Wm. II. Clark, formerly ot me as. r mu ds, has gone into business at Marianna, Ark., and is of the firm of Nunnally A Clark. We wish him well in his new sphere. " , The St. Francis oame In last night with a big trip. We publish her manifest elsewhere. She leaves lor all points ou St. Francis river to-morrow. Tom Bow man is master, and Messrs. Paine, Conant and Berry are clerks. ' The Colossal will leave to-day for Little Rock and Fort Smlih. She ia an inde pendent packet. The Mary Forsyth will pass down to-day for Vicksburg. The Walter B. Dauce, Capt. Lloyd T. Belt, with Mr. Dill in the office, leaves to day for Shreveport aud all way landings on Red river direct. Kirnan tt Sayers, at the foot of Jefferson street, can give all information to shippers anJruvelers. Tbe Legal Tender, Capt. Elliott, will back out to-morrow for all landings on White river. She goes promptly at 5 p.m. The Gen. Anderson, Capt, Jim Lee, will back out to-day at 5 p.m. for Friar's Point aud all way landings. She is a first-class passenger packet. Stack Lee, Henry Mather, and Johnny Booker are herelerks. The U. S. mail packet W. A. Caldwell will get away to-morrow for Fort Smith and all way poiuts on the Arkansas. Ed. Nowland commands, and Garrett Huls is in the office. The Mollie Grata will get away to morrow for Osceola aud all landings in Ihe bends. The Dick Fulton came in from above venterday with ten barges coal for below. She landed t hem here and ret u ru ed for ten barges left at Louisville, as it is feared the Ohio may cIomj. Manifest of Steamer at. Francis From Wittsburg. Stralton, Goyer S Co., 102 bales cotton; Stanton Jt Moore, 10 do; Hill, Fontaine t Ce., 27 do; S. M. Webb A Co., 10 do; Newton, Ford Jt Co., 103 do; Parteed; Herbert, 48 do; Gage 1'isher, 2 do; Comer A Richardson, 4 do; Foster, Kealhofer A Co., 13 do; Guy, McLellan ! Co., 4 do; Farrington Howell, 3 do; I Brooks, Neley A Co., 64 do; J, F. Frank A Co., 8 do; Galbreath, Stewart k Co., 63 do; Fargason it Clay, 8 do; Mageveny A Hogan, 4 do; Pettit A Simpson, 17do;i Shane, Harris Co., 4 do; Harris, Coeh- ; ran Co., 5 do; Price dc Terry, 24 do; j Miland, Bowling dr Co., 15 do; s. S. Hill : A Co., 2 do; Judson A Co., 4 do; Black, Estes 4 Co., 5 do; Toof, Phillips dl Co., 10 do; McGhee ,V flerron, 2 do; Marsh, War ner dc Co., 4 do; Clark, Ely d Co.. 8 do: Lanr Harmstead,21 do; Partees A Miller, J. L. Verser, 1 do; Jones Jt Adams, 4 do; Jones, Brown dr Co., 1 do: Lane, Moore dr j Co., 4 do; Thomas U. Allen dr Co., 4 do; Owen, McNutt dr Co., 9 do; total, 615 I bales. Bluff City Oil Works, 748 sks cot ton seed ; Panola Oil Worts, 172 do; Mem phis Oil Works, 311 do; total, 1231 sks. MISCELLANEOUS. Trustee's Sale of Valuable Personal Property. BY virtue of the powers conferred upon roe by a certain Deed of Tiust made and exe cuted on Sid March, 1868, by W. C. Mullins, to seenre certain debts due by said Molllns to K. M. Apperson A Co., 1 will, On Monday, 3d January, 1870, On the plantation of said Mullins, In Tunica county, Miss., offer for sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, the following personal prop erty, to-wlt: 16 mules, "5 hogs, 10 cows and oxen, 40 plows,-! wagons and harness, together with the plow-harness. Hale will take place between legal hours, at the residence ot said Mullins, known as the Winston Plantation, lu Tunsoa esunty. Miss. dalT JAB. B. qBIGLET, Trustee. ATTACHMENT NOTICE. William Coward) vs. Landlord's lien. Code XA I, Angus. Taylor. ) Hectlon BEFORE James Hail, Justice of the Peace lor Shelby connty, affidavit having been made In this cfeuse, and attachment Issued and returned, levied u pon the crop made upon tbe premises; it is therefore ordered that publication be made in the Memphis Daily UTfc.-.: . .i newspaper published in the city of Memphis, for four successive weeks, com mandli g the said Angus. Taylor to appear before me at my office, city of Memphis, In the Hth Civil District of said county, on tbe 7th day of January, IK70, and make defence to said suit against him, or It will be proceeded with ez parts. , JAMES HALL, Justice Peace for Shelby county. J. E. TKICPI.B, Attorney. deal ALEX. MURRAY. 8. K. BID6 EL MURRAY & RIDGELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, 31 MADISON STREET, East f Clark's Jewelry Store, MBMPHIS. TBKjr. NOTICE. Mississippi asp Tkxnkssxe Railroad,") Orncs. or Freight Agent, Memphis, Tisi., December 20, WW. I TO COTTON AND COMMISSION MER CHANTS: Notice Is hereby given that all cotton and other goods received at this Depot will be stored at the expense ana risk of whom It may concern. II not promptly re moved within twenty-four hours after arrival at Memphis. This order will be strictly ju- STEAMBOATS. FOR WHITE RIVER. FOR RED RIVER. Monday Packet For Alexandria, shreveport and Jeffersos direct. WALTICR a DAM E Lloyd T. Belt, master ins eiugani pa.eiiger suamcr win leave as aoove THIH DAY, Sd in-!... ar r, p.m. KIRNAN 4 SAYER.S. Passenger Agents, jail No. 1 Promeiiade St., foot .leflerson. FOR NEW ORLEANS. Wor- Now Orloarta. The Hwlft and Huperb Passenger Bteamer -Pp Mississippi, Nut s. Green master I H. I '. i '; fliitonclerli Will leave THIB DAY. 3d Inst., at 5 p.m. RICH'D W. LIGHTBLRNE, Agent. JaS No. 4 Jefferson street. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Wednes day Packet For New Orleans. MAGENTA Hicks, master Thlsapiendid passenger steamer m -II '"s. Will leave as above ' TT WEDNESDAY. 5th Inst.. at 5 p.m. LARRY 1IARMBTAD. Agent, J3 12 Madison street. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Wednes day Packet For New Orleans. MAGENTA Hicks master This elegant passenger packet glP" fc leaves as above ''i ii'bSss WEDNESDAY. 5th lnst.. at 5 p.m. LEVY ROBHINs, Agents, tismmstmssttmmttmtvsstsmtstsmtmmsssmssstssmmmmlmisssm Regular Memphis and White River United States Mail Tuesday Packet. For Helena, Indian Bay, Clarendon, lieVall's BlafT, Little Rock, Des Arc, West Point, Bearcy, Augusta and Jacksonport. LIBERTY, 3NTo. 3, Pat. B. Wheat Master. This elegant passenger steamer will leave as above , TUESDAY, 4th lust, at 5 p.m. LBVY BOBBINS. Agents, ja2 1" Jefferson street FOR ARKANSAS RIVER. Regular Independent Arkansas River Packet For Pine Bluff, Little Rock and Fort Smith. COLOSSAL Cox, master This elegant passenger steamer will leave as above MONDAY. ;td Inst., at n.m. LARRY HARMSTAD. Agen jal 12 Madison street. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Con-pany---Oniied States Mail Line. For Helena, Pine Bluff, Little Rock, and through to FORT SMITH. STEAMER W.A.CALDWELL Ed. Nowland master. This new and splendid passenger steamer will leave as aoove TUESDAY, 4th InsL, at 5 p.m. For freight or passage apply on board cr to W. II. KEN-NEDAY. Agent, Ja2 No. I Madison St., star ton Block. FOR CINCINNATI. Regular Memphis and Cincinnati Backet For Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati. MINN EOL A Miller, master This elegant and swill steamer will leave as ,.bove , WEDNSI1DAY, 5th lnst.. at 5 p.m. LARRY HA RM8TAD, Agent, Ja2 No. I'i Madison .treet. ARKANSAS RIVER LINE. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Company. U. S. Mail Line. Winter AiTangomcnt DURING the present high water In the Ar kansas river, this cinipauy wtll run Hie following fleet of elegaul passenger boats through to Fort Binlth ; TH08. H. ALLEN Reese Trltehard, master MARY BOYD Haynes, master W. A. CALDWELL E. W. Noland, master GUIDON Clay Rice. Master DARDENELLE Wm. B. Nowland, master OZARK -Ad. Storm, master FORT GIBBON Eugene 8n. 1th, master LEAVING MEMPHIB TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS & SATURDAYS, At 5 o'clock p.m. These boats are elegant. They leave on time. Their accommodations are unsur passed, and they offer, mid -r this arrange ment, unprecedented facilities to emigrants, shippers and the traveling public. Persons desiring to snip over this line should consign freight to M. and A. R. P. Co., Menip"hls. Freights will be forwarded at our card rates, and without charge lor landing at Memphis. JOHN D. A DA MB, President. W. II. KENNKDAY, Agent. No. Madison Ht., Btanton Block. ! " GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS N HILL. N. FONTAINE HILL, FONTAINE & CO Successors to Wilmamsox, Hill A Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, .MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE HAVE for sale, and keep constantly on hand, a full assortment of everything in their line, dealing especially In such ar ticles aa Bulk Meats, Bacon-, Mesa Pork, Jowls and Rumps, Lard. Louisiana Sugars, Refined Sugars, Rio Coffees, Molasses and Syrups. Kentucky Bagging, M. and M., Ky., By., Loudeman, and J. and D. Flax. Rope and Arrow Ties, Nails and Spikea, Flonr a'nd Meal, Mackerel North Carolina Roe Cut and Srpaa Herring. Canned Goods Copper-Distilled Whisky, Rectified Whisky, Robinson County Whisky. Calling your attention to the above, we re spectfully request a continuation of your pa tronage, and promise, by strtct attention to business, with tbe Interest of our patrons ever before us, to merit It, noZ7 ihsw HILL, FONTAINE A CO. CO i o CO ss. O CO H 30 CD O o 3 3 o Q o - 00 2 m no - a H o CO -I Ed. J. Tatlob, Wm. C. Rutlakd. Of DeBoto Co., Miss. Of DeSoto Co., Miss. TAYLOR & RUTLAND, WHOLESALE AND -RETAIL Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS NO. 304 FRONT STREET, Mosby and Hunt's Block, - Mixnia, Txnn. STEAMBOATS. FOR FRIAR'S POINT. DAILY LliVE. V .nphis to Friar's ft., Helena and Bends. jaaaaaaBsE packets GEN. ANDERSON, - - Jas. Lee, master Leaves Memphis Mondays, Wsonbsdavs, and FKIDA7&. CEO. W. CHEEK, Geo. Malrjne, master Leaves Memphis Ttksdats. Thursdays, sod Sati-bdays, at 4 o'clock p.m. Leaves Friar's Point every day at W o'clock a m .!..! FOR NEW ORLEANS. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet. MAGENTA J. T. Hicks, master John a Sullivan, Clerk. The only Memphis and New Or- -11 leans packet. Leaves MemphlsBSSBC as follows: . Wednesday January Mh Wednesday - . January Ifth Wednesday, February id Wednesday February lth LARKY IIAKMSTaD AtO.. deif ELLIOTT A MILLER. Agents. Regular Wednesday Packet, for Vicksburg, Natchez and New Orleans. Magnificent Low-Pressure Bteamer Groat IojdixIoIIo, W. B. Donaldson ..master. Will leave aa above, Wedksbday, Decem ber 1st, at 5 o'clock p.m., and every alternate Wednesday thereafter. For all reliable information, apply at the General Passenger Department, 2io. J Prome nade, loot of Jefferson street. Passengers procuring tlckeU at this office secure State Rooms. S. U. SHOCK, noJ7 Ticket Agent. Regular Memphis and New Orleans Packet. FOR NEW ORLEANS & THE BENDS The large and magnificent passenger steamer GREAT REPUBLIC, W.B.Donaldson, master J.ILAtklnson, clerk WILL LZAVB AS ABOVB WEDNESDAY, December 1st, at 5 p.m And every alternate Wednesday thereafter. For freight or passage apply on board or to LEVY k ROdBIAiS, Agents, 16 JefTenson Sireet. LARRY HARMSTA0. Agent. no23 12 Madison Street. tmrnweBBSgr a ,i m FOR WHITE RIVER. Speed, Safety aeti Comfort Elliott Line Memphis at White River Independent Packet For Helena. Friar's Point, Devali's Bluff, Little Rock, Hot Springs, Searcy, Des Arc. Augusta and Jackson port. m LEGAL TENDER. John D. Elliott, master This nrsl-class slde-whoe I pas senger steamer wiil leave ass tsve EVERY TUESDAY, at a oclock wu. Connects with steamer Mollie Grtitz for all points on L pper vv Mite and Blaclt rivers. ELLIOTT A MILLER, Agent. Promenade and JeUerson Sta., opp. Landing. ang-21 "OLD RELIABLE" idSfi DAVIS j&fc UNITED STATES MAIL LINE. OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY. THE splendid Side-wiieel Passenger Steam ers Liberty No. 2, and Commercial, will form a Seml-weekiy Lulled States Mall Lint between Memphis and White, Little Red and and Black Rivers, leaving Memphis every luesday and Saturday, at o oclock p.m. These boats have been docked and thorongily repaired and furnished with new ontfiiH, making them as goo. las new. The Merchants and Planters on white. Red and Black rivers, have taken one-half the stock In this line thus making it a permanent and reliable " Home Instltntlon. We hope, by strict at tention to business and low hates, to merit a fair share of public patronage. JOHN B. DAVIS, Superintendent. ('iiiign freight to Davis Line," Memphis, Tenu. LEVY A BOBBINS, Agents, UOI5 No. 16 Jefferson street, Memphis. FOR OSCEOLA. Regular Semi-weekly Packet For Osceola and all Intermediate landings. MOI.LIEORATZ Andy J. Deartl, nvytter Tins superb light-draught pas- a, sender packet will leave as hIm.y. stsmSttmssssm Every Tuesday aud Saturday, at p.m. ua FOR HATCIIIE .RIVER. THI STEALER MOHAWK 13 K. D. Small Will commence to run the H.itclile River on the first rise in the river, from Memphis to the railroad bridge near Brownsville, weekly, and will do the business for the trade sails factorilv. dell W. K. LAJIJ KH. Agfnt FOR FORKED DEER RIVER. For Halle's Point, Key Corner, Dyersbnrg, and all Intermediate Landings. The splendid side-wheel passenger packet jvsBg SALLIE V. G. B. MUler. maMr W. R. Parker, clerk. Will leave an above, EVERY THURSDAY, AT 5 P.M. For freight.or passage apply on board, de FOR 8T. FRANCIS RIVER. Memphis and St. Francis River Tues day Packet. For Helena, Mariana, Madison and Wlttsumy The new and elegaLt SldewLeel Passe nger Packet, SAINT FRANCIS, Capt. T. R. Bowman- ..8am C. Paine, Clerk 7"ILL leave Memphis for HEL- -ITJk EN A, L'A NUL 1 LLE and r.S&UHfcC FRANCIS RIVERS every TU&iJAY, at 6 o'clock p.m. LARRY nARMSTAD, Agent. feblD 1 ; MadUon mreet. FREIGHT 4 TICKET AGENCY Freight & Ticket Office I F THE NEW ORLEANS, ST. LOUIS AND - RED RIVER STEAMERS. Through Biiis Lading for Freight Given to All Points. WThrocgh Tickets sold to aky poikt oh Mississippi and Red River. a" Travelers seenre Reserved Blate Rooms by purchasing their tickets at this office. trw Information concerning freight, ctv, cheerfully given. RICH'D W. LIGHTBURNE, Gea l Agent. 4 leffe ,-ssa Streflt. KOUN'S THROUGH LINE. Regular alternate Wednesday Memphis and New Orleans Packet. For New Orleans, Red River, and all Bend Landings. The magnificent low-pressnre condensing 1-asseuger racaei. GrT.JSrTD XQ JEi. Q. L. Konna, master, Jas. Kerr, Jr., clerk. Leaves Memphis WEDNESDAY, Deo. 13th, 5 p.m. WEDNESDAY, Deo. 29th, 5 p.m. Leaves New Orleans Alternate Wednesdays. Through receipts by LEVY A ROB BINS, R. W. LIUHTBCRNE, Agents, Memphis. O. L, KOUNS A BRO., Proprietors, dec3 New Orleans. NOTICE. Office Koun' Line Bed River Packet Co., 1 New Orleaks, La., Nov. S, 168. 1 SH. BHOCK Is our only authorised Agen . to sell tickets over our line of steamers at Memphis, Tenncsee. G. L. KOITN9 A BRO. Notice General Ticket Office of the M. and C. R. R MKXPHIS, Ten-n.. Nov. 28 1SDV. SH. 8HOCK u our only authorised agent . to redeem our Emigrant tickets bound South, and none others need present tickets at this office. A. A. BARNES. Gen'l Ticket Agent. FOR 7MOUND CITY. For Arkansas and Texas. TRAVELERS OR EMIGRANTS going to Arkansas or Texas should cross the river at this point on steamer LAI'RA .-.Cheek master to Cheek's Landing. Four miles of land 7r,,,r inn imug 3ETiTiE, ..master. Ten Thousand Dollars IN BARGAINS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC THIS WEEK! Avail Yourselves in Time! We Mean Business ! A. SEESSEL & SON One Hundred Choice Styles 0Q CQ CQ G3 AIiADO 39 S 30 30 2213 H 5 Sg ARABS - - - g? JUST OPENED, AT iGANS' NEW STORE 298 MAIN ELECTION NOTICE. Judges Election Notice. TN ACCORDANCE with the Proclamation ot His Excellency governor U. W. r. ivnter. the following persona are appointed to opea and hold an election, on January S, IsTa, tr .Judges of the Chancery Coat i aud Common Law Court of Shelby county : 1st District At Stephen English's. R. M. Bond, Deputy commissi. .tier ; O. W. Thorn, J. Smith. J. H .gi.es. Judges: R. W. Hicks, C. M. Fried. Clerks. 2f District At Xelson's. WT P. York. Deputy Commissioner; A. D. Hunter, T. R. Nels..n, W. Noblln. Judges: W. C. Ward, W. T. Nelson. Clerks. 3d District At Bolton's Store. W. I. A. Bell. Deputy Commissioner; J. L. Wynne, N. B. sparaa, E. M. Baieman, Judges: BenJ. y. Duncan, H. Rembert, Clerks. 4th Dtntrict At Old Cmon Church. Thos. L Ulles, Deputy Commissioner; James Connel. E. B. Harold, A. McsjuiIi Judges; W. Leflwich, J. W. Carroll, Clerks. 6th District At Raleigh. W. II. M.mcrlct, Deputv Commissioner' H K. WUUford. Thos. M. Ward. O L Nick eta. Judges j B. W. fry or. H. R. Fuller, Clerks. 7th Dittrict At Bartlett. E. W. Coldwrtl. Depuiy I ommisr loner: W. B. Williamson, W. tiameltoii, 1. X Mercer Judges; W. J. Ward, A. Mercer, Clerks. Uh Districts-At Shiu Depot, L. Mc.MulllnSjDeputy i. .uimtss.uner; Wm Crinii. Silas Wrierry C. B. Euailsb Judges' J . M. Wlllianaa, W. P. Thompson, lerk. ' 9M IHstrict At iiervill. W. H. Webia-r, Depu'y Commissioner; J. M. Brooks, W. is. B.xier, I. W. Morris. Judges; W.HTPrlddy.O. M. Strong. Clerks. 1G4A Distinct At Oollierville. H. Irby, Iixlty Commissioner: J. M. Flem ing, Jesse Applewhite, J. O. Moore, Jndgts; A. is. titration, J. W. Keen. Clerks. llth District At Vermantovm. L. A. Rhodes, Deputy Commissioner; R. Wetr. J. v. I'allts, J. P. Weuford, Judges ; M. P. Webb, Wm. Carter, Clerks. Zllh District At Mcchanicsville. D. Pearson, lieputy Commissioner; J. W. r a.,.. W. M. Moore, Wm. t'onnell, judges; M. W. Redford, T. P. Lewis, Clerks. 13A Didtrxct At Arnold's, F. C. 9'epheuson, Deputy Commissioner: W. L. Lundy, W. A. Dooly. J . W. Levi. Judges; r. P. Dooly, O. M. 8. W Uliarason, lerks. 10VA District At White's Station. J. G. Harvey. Deputy Commissioner; J. H. Goodle't, W. K. Home. A. W. Moore, Judges; A. J. Brooks. A. G. Gates, Clerks. 17A District At McCbnneirs Church. T. l. Massey, Deputy Commissioner: J, Massey, A. M. stout, A. C. Hoar k. Judges; T. M. Alexander, Root, tttone. Clerks, CITY. lac Wardyorth end iVary Turd. Jas. A. Newsom, Deputy Commissioner; J. E. Handle. O. Dwyer, J. ' ilancey. Judges; C C. Baugh, F. T. Atwood, Clerks. 2d Ward Corner Washington and Fourth Streets.- George Glllbone, Deputy Commissioner; R. W. Llghtbnrne, T. I. Campbell, W. J. Chase, Judges; Thos. Joyce, A. K. Edglngton, Clerks. S1 ITorrf Kiernm's Office. W. E. Barrett, Deputy Commissioner; Jas. Roork, W. J. McKeon, J. A. Bignalgo, Judges; Henry Schrader, W. A. Melson, Cleraay ith Ward Corner Madison and THird Sis. I. T. Cartwrlght, Deputy Commissioner; A. T. Lact-y, P. M. Stanley. W. W. Coleman, Judges; Dan Kirwan. A. Uolblng, Clerks. f.M Ward Circuit Court House. T. W. O'Donnell. Deputy Commissioner; J. C. Hoist, Owen Smith. James Kogarty, Judges ; W. W. Gilbert, John D. Ralrd, Clerks, fith Ward Cor. Tolbert and Mulberry sts. H B. Clles, Deputy Commissioner; r. A. CIcalll. Thos. B, Norment,.). Haisttad, Judge I W. H. Clark, Sam Moore, jr.. Clerk. 7th Ward Corner Linden and Causey Sts. Robt. Good, Deputy Commissioner: w. L. Stewart. W. Davidson, L. HarmsLsd, Judges ; F. Foster, C. C. Jones, clerks. th Ward Church, Quinby .4vbu. P. T. Monsarrat. Deputy Commissioner: H. B. Holt, D. Pante, T. Mecieoy, Judges; J. D. Stewart, Eugene Levy, Clerks. 9A Ward Ctomer Kerr and Fifth Streets. W. B. Ullssoa. Depuiy Commissioner; C. M. Wardlg, J. Dan bury, John Herlng, Judges; J. V. Haodwerker'. C. Schaper, Clerks. 10C Ward Africa Bailey Church. W. F. McLefresh. Deputy Commissioner; T. T. Wright, W.C. Ellis, James M. Williamson, Judges; J. M. Boon, Auguste Bizlen, Clerks. Deputy Commissioners will please call and get Helurns and Puli Book', and be sworn in. JOHN P. BoCHSKR. deX Com 'r of Registr'n for Shelby county. City Election Notice. THF. following persons are hereby appoint ed Judges, Clerks, aud Deputy Commls slonerv u. upen aud hold au MjCCti.n for May or, Ardermen, Conncllmeft and other officers, as provided by tho aeW city charter. Election Tttursday, Jan. 6, 1870. 11 Ward North End of Navy Yard. Deputy Commissioner. Nat MUler; Judges, Jsines A. Newsora, J. E. Randall and J.J. Powers; Clerks, W.J. McKeon, Jr., and F. T. Atwood. 3d Ward if. J. CSase's Feed Store, Pop lar street. Deputy Commissioner. W. J.Chase; Judges, W. H. Bridges, R W Lighiburne and Charles Smith ; Clerks, Thos. Fox and A.K. Edglngton. Sd Ward 'Squire Kiernan's Office, on Ad ams street. Deputy romralss A. Woodward. W, Goodyear; Clerks, ,T. P. Adams; Judges, IcKeon and Dr. D. F. las Garvey and W. W. Gilbert. 4A WanlXo. 65 Madison street. Deputy Commtasionrr. G. W. Lincoln; Judges. A. T. I.acey, P. M. Stanley and W. B. Greenlaw; C lurks, Daniel Kir win and A. Holblng. m 5th Ward Room 28, Circuil Courthouse. Depnty Commissioner, R. J. Bough ner: Judgos,Owen soiitb, Theodore Hoist audi'. B. Mallory; Clerks, J. M. Colem&n and Mich ael Magevney. Jr. 6ih Ward Waldron Block, Main street. Deputy commissioner, W. A. Meison; Judges, H. B. Chlida, T. B Norment and C. B. Chnrch; Clerks, Samuel Moore, Jr., and W. H. Clark. 7th Ward Corner Linden and Causey sts. Deputy Commissioner, O. C. Jones; Judges W. L. Stewart, Thos. H. Logwood and John Loague; Clerks, F. Foster aud W.T. Vandyke. 8th Ward Colored Churcu on Quinoy st. Deputy Commissioner, Wm. Tate ; J edges, D. Tl Monsarrat, D. Pante and T McGeoy; Clerks, J. D- Stewart and Eugene Levi. 9cA Ward Corner Kerr and Fifth streets. lieputy Commissioner, J. D. Danbury Judges.W. B. Ultssou,C. M. Waxdlg and John Knox ; Clerks. J. G. Uaudwerker and F. C. Schapar. IOtA Ward Africa Bailey's Church. Deputy Commissioner, W. F. Boon: Judges. R. F. Loony, W. C. Ellis and Jas. M William son; Clerks, Auguste Bizlen and Joan Quin tan. Where there are not suitable places to bold the election In the places designated, the Depnty Commissioner aud Judges will select one as close as possible. JOHN P. BOCGHNER rvunmiiMlonar ot RertstraUon lor Snelb STREET 298 SUBSCRIBE NOW BEST AND CHEAPEST : 33 Memphis Appeal A POLITICAL, NEWS, COMMERCIAL, AND FAMILY JOURNAL! 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