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THK MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL --WEDNESDA Y, JANUAEY 12, 18? O.
THK DAILY APPEAL I. se.r. v mat I to subscrlnars. one year, 110; i one q tHTXt-T, K 5a. less than one quart, SI par sec-ntt.; with rA v EniT,ta a yr. K- ..-.i by otirtera eoj where In the city and Hlarta a) Twaarrr-riTl Cwwjr week ; .. v e-i l ! Included. THK WEEKLY APPEAL, PuMl-t ' c.ery Wednesday morning. Is sent i. -, i rlkaa rOa year; to clobaol two o :e ii k year. W . but o trevell-ig-ugenla. RemlttM-cea nii'it i by draft r poet ofBoe order. Money a: i he risk ol the -nor. ADVERTISING RATES, In the I'aily APt-iAL SI per aqnara, nenta per line, m It) enlt per 'ine, aeoordlt to place. In the WntLt, one-half the rmls of li.e I'AILT. AdveilieemeDlk Inserted In tbe Hcmiat aftttf, are charged one-sixt u ad .:. 1 lo bovtnua. Terms i Caah In ad vance. CORRESPONDE-fCE, Containing 1 ujrtant W solicited from ai:v pn ol the Ulobf. Writer's name and a-.ilre- requited on every communication aa private guarantee-of stoivd faith. KEATING, E..GLISH CO. MEMPHIS APPEAL F. A. TYLER, - - EDITOR. WEDNESDAY MORNING, : : JAN. 12, 1870. Ove Ji-ffrrson street neighbor pub lished yeMenJny morning the answer of Mr. Johnson to Mr. Donovan's bill " to vindicate the Avalanche in its &-9jrtioiib before the ejection, that he aked prott-ction from the British Crown." We see no particular neces sity for that, inasmuch as the affirma tion has not been brought in question. To avoid being compelled to takeoaths agiiinst hi conscience, and to evade M viiiK Hgainst his friends in tlie ranks 01 the then enemies of his adopted State aiil country, ne sought with address, I a tiuity and sagacious strategy, the j.rot'Hition of a B'ritish subject, When Dana reigned in Memphis, and played the tyrant without re tat, arre-ting non-combatants and vtierable men, our best citizens of sixty years of age, without charge against them, and only for the pur pose of extorting money, and when no man of any age was safe, and even women had reason to tremble under the abused power of the United States, it is not strange that men should seek the protection of a foreign power. The address with which, as a war lnt-astire, he asserted his claim, shows oiuy the more his capacity for a try iu emergency. It was right to ;,i,t tii - devil with Are," and there i t.o moral responsibility for acts un d r such iuferual duress as that of 1...... Am to the matter of the cit ;.. . . , i . , if Mr. Johnson there is no qui ion. As he affirmed be lore the election, bo he an vtety nl prove now, that he is, by the law of the land, a citkn ot Use United States, as fully as any na Jural laed pamm. The claim of British it. ioa makes no difference what . r. I hat claim may have been ill ., and bu it appears to hav. o i ... i lie oath before Hume F. Hili va- ail in accordance v. ith the truth lie had " never declartd Ids Intention to t-ci-ume a trkiz.n ot the United Hates,1 -rj-ss-e being the son of a Citizen, there Was no need that he should. He h..l neve " forsworn hi-all.-niance" lor the ?atne reason. Thi? certainly is " inu h ado about noth ing." touch c ranks arc not uncomm moi: la a ioiiticaI canva-s. But, now that it is over, we think it is time that tliey were done with, and the public bu-iueao unobstructed. Tnr Elyton and Aberdeen Rall r d Kill I lentil ! have secured a cliarier ami orKauizd by the election ol li.e.i Board of Directors, viz: W. J. ,-VKlJJ, O. T. DEA8t)N. S. H. Dab BKM, M L tit IN, W. B. Day, W. W. TauOV BJMl O. A. Sykeb, of whom W. J. bVK.Es was elected President. L i- road, intended to run from i. ) Ioa, Ala., to Aberdeen, Miss., will count i : iu Monroecounty, Miss., with Use M mplii- and Selma Road. The Cbtamhas (Ga.) Sun welcomes it as the thortt route from tanton ana Grenada via the Memphis and Sa vant.ah n ad to that city, and a valu able i eder in tiavel and freight. The inn say: ''I 'ho E'vtcn and Aberdeen Road will pase for niiy miles through the Warrior coil fleldi., where, in many places, coal ia a I ta b eo abundunt and ao easily ob t .n id. that it can be delivered on the care at lees than one dollar per ton. On taai Uae of road in Faette county, Ala., Is ib . rb urate cacnel beda, the coal of Wbtefc can be lighted with o match, makes m bright ami brauiiful fiame. and leaves but very little sediment. This coal ia worth at. leaat two dollars per ton more than Iiiuiniiiua coal, and ia not found eiacwii-ie iu the Southern States except Viriulaand Kentucky." Alabm is produced in Masachu eaa nv the decrease of population in ttm country towns, and the same startling facts are equally true of Con necticut, Sew Hampshire and Ver mont. Railroads and factories are rapid! v overturning the old order of Uaii 1 he Palmer (Mass.) Journal ta-: ' The i-opulation of the hills ha slid im :i.,. v:,n. a. and with it the wealth alan fr.n car. i.ow be bougnt lor iaaa uuruig iusi jrar wiucu came oui mar-ih-ai iili the building ara worth, and vellously strong in a busiuess sense, . , m.r.Nki into one. ae erai i iruia c ... . - i ai.U briaia nd bramble spring op rhere araa I be garden and the roa. Vt. All. n. ot L -weii, baa ahown by reliable ataliaikeailaBf tka Yankee raoe ot New i:n, .n.d ib ruociog out. Extravagance ted laebiuii are exterminator rjore po tent a. u a.i ibe "ill tht tfh i heir i...' L"u a reform i commenced lu I ti aaajMil aba htttaai monutalo town , - . eni status one oi complete exnaus- bil all ara urflng ra- t(n lad of coICede,, stringency. oiLerkioda. wiatapityftlswe!Tn - n n. ,.,. fm. ni ie:r:u the tiahlon and bablta of . i aiea aid woiuae, wherein Ilea the .. i: h pe a . crpwuatlon of our name aud iac." sTm: inor ae In libertinism in the N t.t-ni i int. is beginning to excite miious Mttention, aud to provoke cuaiuieiit ai d warning from the U t.ci - cittsa ol public journals. Such v k-s in fashionable circles as are defer ibetl by a writer for on of the l li ladelpliia journal indicate the jirogies ol opera taiia in taat city. The writer says: Of the lirti'i one and all, I might add that tbey slioweU aaublime iDdiCferenoe to frost. Ih-v were cirrled away by the wariLith t Lbs li raslin?., I aappoaa; but t,ev made up for tbla In other tiilnea, for j-k Kmat'a fini.era wer lb only ones wh. h ibelr bus a and buskin batryd a couipleie tnusihilUy to. At aboat ten o'clock the da&oer begaD to aaiiibl. Orean street Urgely con Uibu'fd io awaii the lit. 'lha cunning onea Venice wr very taatefully at tired in every variety ot undreaa. In deed ibe one chief leqoleite K to have M little aaposalble on m waa oonaiatent vitb mo-ieaty. The br-ach-doat wM e remvlv br 1 lant. Tighta and tln.apanglea ,d stondulic. were apparanUy In direct .a r. . tta mora zaratvinu- reatureawem P'"'" Lituiof money, whiakv, .....a mmd . ti i bated largely to tbo femlfclno Intoxica- t n, and I am nfralr. that beliawonna b id noil litllo to do with the languor of U.e dusky eyes of many a nude hourl. There was one thine suggesti ve of Para d.se about it, and that was that they were a 1 " naked and were iiwt ashamed !" The following has been ismed from tiie Adjutant Geneial' Office, dated J inuary 4, 1870: Omeral Ordert No. 1. The President of l!ie United Statee direct thai an much of general Orders No. lot, dated Headquar t. r. Third Military Di-tricl. (Department '.eorgts, Florida and AtabsmtO Atlanta, (jiLt j,iy 22, let, and so macb of General Orders No. '65, dated Headquarters of Army, July 28, 1988, aa refers, lo the State of Georgia, is hereby countermanded. BreT't Maj. Gen. Terry la ordered to eier e.se until further orders, within that Stale, the powers of the ooramaud.r of a mili tary distrtict, as provided by the act of March 2, 1809, and the aetssupplementary t hereto, under bia .-inn- :. by General Orders No. 83, dated Washington, Decem ber 24, 1869. COTTENSEED MEAL. lis value as food for Cattle y an intelligent Agriculturist. As Memphis has three cottonseed oil factories, and is largely interested ia the introduction of cottonseed meal as the best substitute for corn or fodder lor stock, we present the fol lowing extract from the American Ag riculturist, as worthy the attention and consideration of every farmer, gardener, dairyman or stock raiser who reads the Appeal. This is strong testimony; added to the expe rience of all who have used cotton seed meal, in this country and Eng land, it must have the effect to induce its general adoption, especially in the South where it is so available: Cottonseed cake meal, now to be found in our markets, is the residue left after pressing the oil from the cot tomeed, ground lor feed. The cotton seed, as it comes from the gins, is cov ered with a hull or shell, which in the upland variety is clothed with a short down of cotton fller. The seed makes more and better oil, and better feed, if it is deprived of this hull; neverthe less, there is, or has been, considera ble seed pressed which lias not been thus decorticated. There are several patented processes for this hulling or decortication. After pressing the cake is ground for feed, as we rind it, and sold at considerably lower prices than those of linseed cake and meal. Its actual value lor feeding purposes is considerably lower prices than those of linseed cake and meal. lis actual value for feeding purposes is consid erably higher. Prof. s. W. Joansoa, m a report made lo the Connecticut Slate Agricultural Society, in 18-37, says: " ' Cottonseed cake is much richer in oil and albuminous matters than the linseed cake. Three pounds at the cottonseed cake are equivalent to four of the liuetd cake ol average juality. The vaiue oi the article as a manure is obviously very con-idera-ole. The dung ol the cattle led upon it will be ttreatly richer, both iu nitro gen and phosphates, than that oi an .mats led on hay alone. V here stock is kept, probabiy the best maimer of using this cake as a fertilizer, is to iVed it to the cattle, and careiuily ap ptjr the manure they furnish. In this .vay, whatever is not economized as at or tlesh will be available as mu uure." We have tested in the manger, the soundness of these views irom the laboratory, and have no doubt of their correctness. We overcame a prejudice musing Lie meal for feeding unieli cows, aud found it a very valuable article. All animals will not eat it at first. If it is not relished at once, it may be mixed in small quantities with cornmeal, and sprinkled with it over cut Jeed. Tlie moet reluctant animal will soon come to it greedily. We would use the meal iu connection with both roots and hayiu the winter, feeding not more than four quarts h day. It is said to be dangerous to feed it to young calves while living in part upou miick. There are well attested ciises upon record of its having killed them. Whether this was owing to some defect iu the preparation of the nteid, we.are not able to say. It is well for stock raisers to be cautious. It is a safe article lor cows, increases the flow of milk, and keeps them in good condition. It stands at the head of all kinds of foduVr in producing manure rich in nitrutren. As the value j of manure depend mainly upon the j food from which it is made, farmers ought to loot a goKi deal more snarpty at thia matter thau they have beeu accustomed to do. BUSINESS. Failures Throughout the Slate and Ter ritories Daring 1869. From the New York World. The year Just passed was, iu results of its trade, both iiaHWJajrhny and uu aaflafitrtory Tire former because the wholesale apprehensions and prophe cies of widespread commercial disas ter and financial convulsions were not realized ; the latter because the general addition to surplus has not lieu large, because the average ol dealers and pro ducers have had a hard time to come out even, and because an exact esti mate would show on the w hole ao in crease ol liabilities beyond any gen eral and proportionate swelling of as sets. Before 1669 the devastated aud inert condition of the South was a erpetual menace to trade circles. That sectiou, however, demousiated a stability even under prostration which was big with promise of reha bilitation. The promise has come true, insomuch as it was the South w really kept the balance, ox rather compelled the balance of busi ness results to show, if not favorably, at least not despairingly at the end of the twelve months. The North it self has not realized duly on its invest ed capital. Had the results in our own section leen not offset by the encouraging tlguies of tlie elastic 6outh, and had they been the criteri on to go by, the aspect of trade would 1 KA . ,T.. ftf V . . . , .U I IU I . . I ui.,1 .Krt the States of lailures for 1669 show as follows. U-ing, too, contrasted with those ot the prior year: S-AILVKIS 156S-CU. butea. Fail ures. Lia il liies FaU uiea. 1 labil Uiee. f 10.100 Alahsrea...- Arksnsaa. Ca ifomu Colored" Connectl ui i elaware rtt-trlct Coium Florida oeorgla IMnola 1 1,. tuna.. Iowa.- Kauses Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland. w.;o! I,.. .- Ml.nigau Minnesota .... .. MUt-atlupl Missouri. . 3 .. ia 5-:t OO i -70.(00 ii. U - 5-.&'i 77. l0 8 U 61. 0 1 bZi UH) 75.MW) 6O..-O0 17i-,0ni 970-on l,:no i) Mil 000 tei.ioa 19il.no liOH.'.IU 421.6m.' 7tij.0il $IM 190 wo is , I W 7 4 ,. t . 48 . 1 T . 5 ... 73 ... UI .. 71 .... M ... IS . as ... an "5 ... ... 17S .... aa .. ... 2B at ... i ... a a. ei 13 14 SO 68 62 Id M 17 oil 7 258 Si it 6o 18 6o 1,01s OOu iSLtWIi 101,090 oTToTv 4,'.7ti.0il'; 1.6 r.-.C '94, 'JMU L4UB,00 iMoaa s. : o ! 67,.ii I v. I M-.iw) ! m iio 71T.IOU i,oa,ov 7,118.01X1 : ..000 ' 4 (l.i0 l '..S.-O Mil.1 mo 20- CMJ 87s 000 ' bin wi 7t).00u ; SU.OO0 I l,.oi i 1,017,000 ! i v onlaua .Nebraska New Mamp.L.. Nev and Brooklyu. m North Carollua .. bi Ohio SM Pennaylvanla .... fe7 Rhode Island U south Carolina... 25 Tennessee 42 Territories ... Texaa. as Vermont 21 Virginia l Wisconsin St aA'OwJ i-77,000 4,0S '.j H.NHOtv tjw 1 fcaow i,sa..ooo atiis. 10 l.i 00 6a.,0uo 47,000 2i 221 IS Is 12 IS 47 rs) ei N. Y. lty- aud Brooklyn 417 S1.S54.000 il --1.S7U.IW.' C it ST6.04,000 TotaL... 8 W,77i,CiuC ltieat tjvureu ure lulrinsn-allv im- j poaing. The records of 1868 are even 1 vfcrlu,rDa bv thuae of iasiW. Bv tksUat- selves, however, is not the way in which toconsider the return. Nor is it wholly intelligent or significant to e. mipare onl v these two years Ugother . Properly interpreted and properly contrasted it will lie seen that the fail ures of 1869 are not excessive consid ering the dullness in trade and the era of universal apprehension which is ushered in. Opposing the returns above submitted to the annual re turns made during, and even since, 1857, and the results are very striking ly favorable, considering how many more persons there are now engaged j iwthe internal industries than could have been the case from 1861 to 1866 during the war. The totals of lailures in number and liabilities from 1857 to 1S0;, inclusive, are as follows: STATXS SORTIT. ALL TIIE STATES. "o. UabUUie. Ao. lMbiiititt. 4 47 j.hi" i Hi iSI,75U.JC Date sYT JSV. IS. MCI. iri. 1- ' 18St. 1HS5 . 164. Isb7 . i,-.: i ...ii,ass Tisi ..s.sss ...1,6M . . 5 .-5 0 ... 53U ... 63J ..23 ...2,197 51.311. S.SIS 6lW,.U0 6I,73.KXI 8,7 7,8O7.O0O MS.KU.IUO 0.KS3 2CT7.2IU,OaO a uis.ouo 7.sM.UO0 hoTV.Wl 17,6J5,0UO 47JS3..W0 1.505 88.aiH.000 2 70 57,275,000 2,'SOS &T,24(i.O00 2.7W :3.7S3,000 3.s9l.!'J 7a,0t,0tl0 These ffirures. which are very in structive, do not warrant in retrospect nor in prospect, the gloomy forebod ing of the last rive years. That the Jjusiness of the country did not cul minate in immortal smash at the end of the war, was a result which neither vindicated our prophets nor pleased our enemies. The Government had stopped its enormous expenditures, and was floating on a currency em pirical to a period of peace. Instead of all these disasters the war closed unon an era of unexampled prosperity, as the tables show. How the future looks to business men depends entirely upon their con dition to perceive that future as to themselves. The most portentous cloud of trouble which broods over the commuuity is the tendency toward indiscriminate credits and the cut throating competition in small trade. Local business is small, and even in the larger cities is divided up among thrice as many stores as need or have excuse to exist, and this induces a low standard of morality in all over-done sections which is operating to destroy all cor.-ervatism, w hether of credit or purchase, just as in 1867. Notably, however, to those who follow the legit imate laws and the equities of trade the out-look has no terrors. SUIT INVOLVING $30,000. The Exchange Bank of Murfreesboro vt. The State of Tennessee. From the Nashville Banner of Saturday. The case of Ben Clark, James Dromgoole, John D. James and A. W. Moss vs. the State of Tennessee and the Batik of Tennessee, was taken up and argued yesterday by John Reid, counsel for plaintiffs. This suit has been in the courts for the past nine or ten years. It was brought against the State and Bank of Tennessee to recover the bonds al leged to belong to M. Spence.deposited in and held in that bank previous to the suspu-ion of the Exchange Bank Ol Murfreesboro, of which Spenee was the President. After such tailure the notes of the Exchange Bank became worbJes-, a liirge amount of them beiiiield :it th time by plaintiff. It is estimated that from one hun dred to three hundred thousand dol lars is involved in the suit. John RWd and Abe Demoss are at torneys for plaintiffs, and General Bate and Governor Neill S. Brown for defendants. The Strike. Washington, January 8. The operators complain that the Associated Prcs-i will forward no statements but those emanating from the Western Union Telraph Company, thus vir tually shutting them oil from commu nication with the South. They say the strike still continues throughout the North, East and West; that the men are as firm to-day as the tirst day they struek, and determined to light it out to the end. Xot one operator of the Western Union Telegraph in this city who was in theemploy of the company the day of the strike has gone back. The National Labor Union has tendered two hundred thousand dollars to support the tele graphers. The Labor Uuiou through out the country is makiog the tele graphers' cause their own. The Typo graphical Union in this city held a meeting and tendered sympathy anil financial aid. A member of the league says when the California i "17 rators are reinstated at the former salary, the difficulty ends, and all the strikers are prepared to go to work at once. An Artful Dodger. New York, January 9. A special dispatch trom Montreal says that Caldwell was discharged yesterday by Judge Crunsal on the charge of mur der, and before the warrant for his arrest on other charges was served he made his escaje. Immediately after the announcement of his discharge his counsel walked him out of the court room and locked the door right in thefaceof the High Constable, who was on the point of serving the war- i rant. The Consul General has offered a reward for his arrest. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AGENTS WANTED VERYWHERE to sell the Amtcbican KxiiTlNii MACHINE, the only practical KamuT attaining Machine ever mveuiru. Price c Will knit :0,000 sUtcnee p-r mlo ute. A-idrews amebica Kkittliq Machib Co., Boetou, MaiMt . or st LouU, Mo. Jail WANTED AGENTS. a Cl Zf FER MONTH, to MM thoiilj- G-- Kamilt mh i.vo Micaix. Paid only ih. Oitfat induruiu1a t-j agenta. Thin la the iiio.t popular Sewing Machine ot the day make, the famous " c.lmtic bock Htlch;" will Ao auy kind of work that '-an be done on any machine. lm'.OUO aolt), ana the demand eou-m-aijily lncreaaing. Now to (he time to take an agency Send for etrculara. mar Beware -jf i..'r ..-. "W Atldreax SibCO.XB CO.. Boa Ion adaaa.; Pllteburg, Pa.; or St. Loula, Mo. Jail j. n riniMo.v, w. J. TuoKrsos, a. w. majltlm PATTERSON & THOMPSON, ATTORN E YS-AT-LAW, AND R. W. MARTIN & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, AUGUSTA, - ARKANSAS. IIAVlNQ ronipleted platarromtheU. f aDrt 1 1 Swamp i-ii.ii om we are prepared to i ,i'- hli. m..l km t real estate, pay lakes, turntsh absiracGa ami ate, and pay strloi t- on of claluia in the Jail 1 redeem :,' lte.. l.ndn per eci title- to real et i t. ntion to the coilec. Wula Klver alley. DR. W. E. ROGERS, Office, No. 279 Main Street, IP RlTtnf speelsl attention to SURGERY snd wisee-ses pt-ouiiarto Females. ma- office bou.s nou 11 a in. to 1 p m. mw Persons reijuliiuK his services will pieaae observe tills arrangement, made lor tnelr convenience. fa ' FOR SALE. rpll!! Stern-wheel steamboat I -i bmikim. o. u. sue is i Sv feet lone. : lee beaui, leet bold, wi arry seven hundred tons; has 10 tneb lin er., 6 leet stroke, with ample boiler power; now laying at Port Pickering. Will tie sold n liberal terms, or exchanged for city prop ittjr. Apply to rte21 Ft, KM. CAl.VKRT. To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers rpHK Memphui Oil Company wish to pur JL chase, during next fall and winter, a large quantity Cotton Iseed, for which they will pay tne maritei price, iuruisxi wn have Seed correctly weighed on their I aud ajrae iiialfortn i Fatrbar.k'scali cales. They urge tLelr frlen.u- not to .tore their seed in mriteu.a. titles, and thereby have their value destroyed or Injured by hkatino. Planters whowlah to make contracts for delivery oi Heed will please call at Oil Work, Center Landing. aVsT Oil Cake snd Meal lor sale to any quaa ni,: vH NOTICE. Memahls and. St. Louis Transportation Co i T H t. Board of Directors have ordered the fourth instalment of tweutT-five tr cent on the capital stoca oi mis i.om pauy, to oe paid on r beiore lanuary 15, 1870. Car. Ufloates of ste-i Will be Issued 011 that date. A. L. CUMMLNS, aS aearetary us Tracaarer. DRY G0C-JS. REMNANTS -A.T Great Bargains! Remnants of Domestics, Remnants of Linens, Remnants of Flannels, Remnants of Jeans, Remnants of Linseys, ' Remnants of Lawns, Remnants of Cloths, Remnants of Calicoes, Remnants of Poplins, Remnants of Delaines, AT Menken Bros. 1000 Remnants CAS I MERES FOR MEN'S WEAR 1000 Remnants CLOTHS, JEANS, DRESS GOODS AIiSO Remnants of Edgings, Remnants of Laces, Remnants of Ribbons, Remnants of Jaconets, Remnants of Cambrics, Remnants of Mulls, Remnants of Swisses, Remnants of Merinos, Remnants of Linings. CASH BUYERS WILL FIND BARGAINS IN Domestics, Calicoes, Tickings, Jeans, Osnaburgs and Plaids, i Menken Brothers 253 Main, Corner of Court IV BANKS AND BANKING. BANKING HOUSE OF MEMPHIS LIFE And Gen'l Insurance Company, OoT. Front and Madison Bts., 0. B. M0LL0Y. President. an8 FERDINAND M0LL0Y, Cashier THE DeSOTO BANK CF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS: JAMES ELDER, W. H. WOOD, T. R. FARNSWI iRTH. S. H. DUNSCOMB, JOHN B. LEECH. OFFICERS : JAMES ELDER, : : President. W. H. W00D; : : Vice-President. T. R. FARNSWORTH, : Cashier. ocl FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MEMPHIS. DIRECTORS: B. EISMAS, E. 8. DAVIS, J. T. FARiiASON, U. H. JUDAH, J. S. OLIVKK, NEWTON FORD, W. W. THATCHER W. P. PROCDFIT, W. W. YOCNU, W. R. MOORE, U, jr. BMHH, J. W. JEFFERSON, C. C. PAKTEE. F. S. DAVIS, President NEWTON FORD, Vice-President W. W. THACHER. Cashier. EMMET BANK, No. I and 3 Madison Street, STANTON BLOCK. THo. Pislior, Prea't. Sft.LS Sight Drarw on Ireland, and Three and Sixty Days' Sight on London, at New York rates; and can draw' lu sums to auit purchasers on all tlie principal cities and towns lu CoutlueuUtl Euvoimj. AIno, trHUrtacU a gt-u Banking Buslrtewi. ral exchange anil ,ai! REMOVAL. ' ''IIE Clly Bank haa removed from tfce eot I ner of Jeff-rson and Front streets to the new Bank Building. No. 9 Madison street. S. II. Tobit, FresidenU K. C. KlRk. Cashier. . J. A. Hayes, Jr., Assistant Cashier. CITY BANK, New Bank Building. No. 9 Madison St. TftAXSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANSE BUSINESS, And Deals in Gold, Silver, Stocks, Bonds, City ant) County Scrip, and SOUTHERN BANK NOTES. 1 19 I RAI"r for sale In sums to suit, on Eng land, Irelsud. ocotlaisd. France, and all parts "t Germany. Also. Oold Lira Its on New York. d-2 t TBS O FIRST PREMIUM Al Off A 81 UV KB SIll.I, a W.RDW TO Ms BARSETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE y By tt. H. sous 'Kulir! Cocksy. .1 lu nir. baUtn t. mau, .vt. V, Idss. b aTTk e ith Vegetable Hair Restorative hamwfv (J t f lkwur la llM u uru ,tsr, w M rjsH W S (W a? g'om.a oi uat Hair Cbaiim Ue$, IMr Tribal y:saw: nc'loo. Erasli iHsi.Si t.T a.,J dlltsoi S "tcv- u. - ti sBswBaf I Jl ! - Htenui iteM aia: ao injur! iisgrMisjBU. stxtll I I hi. hmji muisl.r Uw Kaai whi Nort- mm scmti. -L J. R. BARRETT i CO., Preunstors, MAHC11K3T t. X. H. O. O. WAHD db X53XC.. Who.sA Agents, Memphis. mm- For sale hv nil retKll drn:aiat. el NOTICE. TO THE MEMPHIS MERCHANTS. aar Our elegant new side-wheel steamer " R. P. WALT" is detained on account of the bad weather, bnt I am assured she will be com pleted by THURSDAY next, the 13th lust., when she will leave Cincinnati for Memphis :ind Wnlte river. Orders sent to Copt. Ad. Storm, care Thoa. 3. Roys, Cincrnnatl, or left at the Company's office. No. S Madison street, Stanton Block, will receive prompt attention. tar JwaLN . JkA.Wt, Preeiaeat. DRY GOODS. 1870 V JANUARY! A MONTH OF Great Bargains -AT- B. Lowenstein&Bros Wishing, before taking stock on Feb ruary 1st, to further reduce Our Immense Stock or STAPLE & FANCY DRY GOODS We propose to offer to the public, Great Bargains DURING THIS MONTH. OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF- Winter Goods WILL BE SOLD AT Sacrificing Price's B. Lowenstein & Bros. 242 & 244 MAIN ST. ENTRANCE TO WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT, Jal 244 TVTioi St. HOME WASHER. HOME WASHER! Excellence. Economy, Simplicity A good. 1 1-1 i.i I.,- - ' ne Ui wanted by everv housekeeper. A uia- blue that will n'-ui v BiYe time, lubor and clothes, works easily and is durable, will be purchased by : every well organised lamuy. eucn a ma chine we offer yon In the Homo W oslier. Warranted In every particular to give satis faction. Always in operatlo i at the ware rooms of the HOME MANCF VTUKINU CO., OT Second street. Mempn Is. Tenn. ; also, at H18 North Fourth street. St. Lo"I. Mo. Orders by mall will receive prompt atten tion; agents wan ted and the t:ade supplied lot lies Wrinaer. whnleM'ie and retail. de.' LADIES FURS. FURS! FURS! FURS! If you want a fine set of Xjxiz3s? r tt its, Manuiactnred of the finest Sablb, Mihk, Eb ji.t and all other standard furs, at VEKY LOW PRICES, visit WHEATON & CO.'S, Hatters and Furriers, 279 Main Street, Sign of the Tiger. STOVES, ETC. THE FAVORITF Is guaranteed to be In all respects a FIRST-CLASS COOK STOVE. Call and examine them. For sale by T. S3. JTJH.ES, 328 Second Street aWRooflDg, Guttering and General Work solicited and promptly executed, oc MISCELLANEOUS. For Sale 100 Horses & Mules AT DIGGS & WOFFORD'S ' SALE AND LIVERY STABLE No. 376 Main Street. VsrE have one hundred bead of Horses and Mulea loi sale, and will keep constantiy on hand Hordes and Mules for sale at the lowei-t market price. del4 NEVILLot JAMES. NOTICE. XTOTICE la hereby given to the Rtockbold JN ersof the Oiksan National Ba.nkok MaMPUta, that the annual election ror Di rectors takes place, at the Bank, No. S3 Main street, bet ween the hours of lu o'clock am. and 4 o'clock p.m., On the llth Day of January Next. Stockholders can vote either In person or by proxy. dW MARTIN' GRIFFIN. Cashier. L. D. SAXTON CO., CONTRACTORS AND REAL ESTATE DEALERS, 252 Front St., Up-stairs, Memphis, Tenn. DVANTAGB of eastern labor enables us to do all kinds of railroad work, erect buildlngaand machinery of every style, guar anteeing satisfaction. Parties wishing to buy or sell Real Kstate. Machinery, Contractor's Supplies, of any description, or contract for work, are respectfully invited to communi sate with aa. del -Jot- INSURANCE. PEOPLE'S INSURANCE COMPANY OFFICE : 16 MADISON ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. TAKES Fire, Marine and River Risks. CAPITAL STOCKS $300,000 00 ASSETS : Cash Assets, : : : Stockholders Notts Sooiraa, $179,182 12 i j ;,G0O 00 $329,182 12 No Liabilities whatever, except amount oeceisary to Reinsure Outslaading Risks, say $25,000 00. W. B. GREEWLAW, JAMES ELDER, President. Vice-Pres't. j. A. SIMMONS, Sec'y. DIRECTORS: w. B. GrirlaW, W m. PAxanrorov, Jamba Elder. C. W. Uotih, Jobs Ovkbtos, Jr., H. . Bruce, oes Eugene Maoevitet. Fire and inland Insurance. HOME INSURANCE COMPANY Or NEW YORK. Cash Assets, July I, 1869, 94,24 O , 3 O 4 O 3 . MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK. Cash Assets, 81,202,104 as. CARRINGT0N MASON, Agent, JaS 310,000 for SIO ! Premium when the Classes are Complete, which are now being rapidly filled up. Adtastaow.-The adrnntagea of tbii Aa- x"latlon over ordinary Life lunurance Com punleaare: No punic can break It: the feen ire ao small, and raqolred to be paid at such long Intervals, that any man can secure to Utalknitly a competency upon hla death. MASONIC MUTUAL Life Assurance Association OF MEMPHIS. OFFICE No. 324 FRONT STREET. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: Hon. P. T. Scruggs, of Scruttfpi Duncan. A. Vaccaro, Esq , o' A. Vaocaro Co. J 8. Stanuin. of Ktan'on 4 Moore. A. Hatcbett, E.o... ol Busby 4 Halchat, Ed. Pickett, J ! ., of Meaxlck 4 Pickett, OFFICERS: 0. C. TRADER, Pres H. M. RAGAN, Sec y. H. G. TRADER, Treasurer. DR. W. R HOLXJES, Examining Phynician. j deS d w s INCORPORATED 1859. Or rrnrftXi Capital, 8850,000 J. F. BOZEMAN PBsn.nrr D. F. WILLCOI SKMIiSI Continues to fnralsh perfect tncurtty ag-xtntt Uim or ilamage by flrf. on all kuidt 0 wwuraMejprep vrty, at cuirquate rate. Agents can be round at every prominent point In the Southern Stoics, to whom appli cations for Insurance may be made. Apply to W. H. MOORE, AGENT, 293 MAIN STREET, noM (With German National Bank). HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, OFFICE : No. 17 MADISON STREET. S.H.DUNSC0M3, President. F. M. NELSON, Secretary. W. B. 6ALBREATH Vice-PresldeaV W. B. HALLORY. Ass t Secretary. DIRECTORS : S. H. DTTNSCOMB, JOE BRFCK. E. F. RISK, W. B. OALiiREATH. R. S. JON ES. A. V Al l ' ARO. D. H. TOWN8END, LOt'IS H.VNAU2R. N. FONTAINE. riVSCRBB AGAjyST L0S8 BY FIRS. MA JylO RISE AXD RIVKR RISKS. HAIR RESTORATIVE. A New Discovery ! ! r,, . A' r tiAjuiN "VITAI A; Salvation for the Hair. CLEAR 'ATER! W 1THX SEDIMENT ! ! OPEN LIGHT! !! For Re st or in? to GrdKHair Us Original Color Phai.on's "Vitalt ffcrs ut- terly from all uir coloring preparati crctoforc used. It is rmfpr emf-Hincr 'Hlui wt,-v t 11 i- precufltates nomuaayor sumy maier,requires noshaking, im parls no stain to the skin. Hold it torhe light and it is clear and cloujess. It leaves no mark on the scJir : yet it reproduces in gray hairbrriatural color that rime or siciTms may nave bleached out ot it. sail.. l"Phalon's Vitalid is for one sole purposcJnat of reproducing.with absarfrute cer tainty, the naturaior of thr hair. It is noi?itended as a daily dressiasfnor for removing scurt or aKndrun ; nor tor cu- rinc br, nor tor stimula- ting et-L e grovthof the hair. objects may be accom- j neb plish i after the color has been fixed the Vitalia,by Pha- Ion's rator. mical Hair Invigo- The ViTALiaaisL a harmless and unequaled preparation for the reproduction ot ohe origi nal hue of gray hair.alid noth ing else. This is accomplished in tTom twototen applications, according to thedatpth of shade required. Sojsireyall draughts. Cotton XjaucI for Sale. ! BOUT 3OU0 acres of : he richest cotton land f of Chicot county, Ark., the finest cotton 1 region in the world; It la high bunk laud; formerly Belle Po'nt, oue of the first se- j lections on tue , wuu ium vimij, f,.i . ance ti-nber, readity salable na wood or luin i ber leveed fronting on the river, and encir cleJ by a b. autlful lake: it has Ibe great ad vantage of independence of the levees of the main snore, and can be iniWe a mi.Vt secure and beautiful domain. Valued, before the ' war, at SlOO.UtO; It Is now oilereo so low that the profits of a single full crop will pay for It. If not sold by lSto January, 18'., It will to I leased on favorable terms. Apply to I dt JOJAS X. DOWDAL-L, bu Leala, Me. ; r j I j HIDES AND LEATHER. D. B. THOMAH. a, jr. uttuHS THOMAS & GROSS MAJSTJFACTRUEUS Off LEATHER A5D DKALOtH r Leather & Shoe Findin's Foreign and Domestic Calf and Kip Skins, Tanners' and Curriers' Tools, Tanners' Oils. Etc.. 366 Main $1, Memphis, T erm. .hui ASHBR00K & WHITE, Sacceaaora to Gao. Philljs 4 Co,, DEALERS IS Hides andPeltries Highest Cub Prioea Paid for Hides, Furs, Deer Skins, Beeswax, Tallow, Wool, Etc Constantly on Consignment, Harness, Bridle, Skirting and Sole Leather, ADAMS STREET, Between Front Row and Water St., sel MEMPHIS, TENN. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. O. DiHAVEN. J. B. "ROHH. W. D. WARD. O. CARSON DeHaven, Cross & Co., GENERAL Commission Merchants. No. 412 NORTH LEVEE, noIS 8T ZjOTJIS. PLAN INC MILL Gayoso Planing Mills No. 212 Adams Street, Manufactures all kinds of CARPENTER'S WORK, And keep for sale a large stock of Sashes, Giazed and Unglazed, Doors. Blinds and Mouldings, In irreat -variety; also. Mantles, Ventilator Bricireta, Cornice and scroll Work: also stair Work. Newel Pot-. Hand Rail and Bal lai.ters. Table Legs, Sliell Bail listers, etc.; also, DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES Dressed Flooring. Celllngand Weather Board ing, Laths and Shiagi.ee. Ail oux work is made of tlie Best Materials, and Warranted as Represented. Mine Is a Heme Manufactory, and 1 chal lenge competition, both in quality and price, from anywhere. Send for Price List and try me. ja6d4w Wit. FARRIS. COAL Mt. Carbon Goal Supply Constantly on Hand Old Price. -Sarre 20 Jai Madison St. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. T. a. LOGWOOD. T. B. MICOTJ. W. C. FOLKS Logwood. Micou & Folkes, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 15 Union Street, MEMPHIS, - - TENNESSEE. ar W. C. FOLKES, Commissioner for Ar kansas. , ocia E. M. Yerger & M. D. Welch, ATTORNEY S-AT-LAW, 35 Madison Street, Memphis, Tenn. del. T. W. Brown. O. V. Ltlbs. B. C. Brown. BROWN, LYLE3 & BROWN, LAWYERS, OFFICE, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,. Corner of Main, se28 MEMPHIS, TENN. WM. M. SMITH, Attornoy X Law, OFFICE, 308 !-2 Second St., CORNER OF MONROE. da. FOR RENT. FOR RENT. I will rent, publicly, On the 15th Day of January Next, 1870. On the premises, tlie plantation known as the LkGRAND PROPERTY, within the La- conia Lin le, Ark., Hfy rniieH below Heljni. containing Keven Hundred Acres of Cleared cuntaUDiou rx-veu Hundreu Aerea of Lleareo Lbud. ia rin--tii or cultivation, with com fortable Improve rut n's a'ti n, flau steam (tin apon tiip pn.-mfes. Terms mad known on day ol rentlog. deli IAy BHYAJf. FOR RENT. THE LOCKHABJT PLANTATION, NEAR Sunfloaer Landing, Coshoina county, Mfslhslppl. will be rented for the year 1S7U. at Ave dollars per acre. There are four hun dred acres of cleared laud, much or It high j and of superior quality, with anew glnhouse. i two lrou-tubed wells with pumps, and snrn- : oleut hewed-log tenements to accommodate ' a family and tbe laborers. A good tenautacan have tbe privilege ol ' naylug one-half the first year's rent with re pairs Dd Improvement- anch aa may be ac complished with Held hands, and of con tin- j ulng hla contract for several years. Apply to the subscriber at Hunflower Land ing. H. C. CHAMBERS. December S. US8. de!8 NOTICE. rs EVE RAL responsible persons having been O el c ei constables in tbo city distrlcta. and h iving given good bou's and are now roedv to tMicesill urooer business. I will, rrem and alter this diite. deputise no special con- stahles. the tollowiiig regular const nl-M will have boxes at m offlce: T. S. Maliory, rourieaotn t.ivii i-is ,-ict. jm a. taaaier. iO teen ui L'.vi uintrisx. " ,.-.i. , . . . . jcl'w n JL r . d . 1. 1.. jalS "o. Seears xmW Carolina Life OF MEMPHIS, Hon. JEFFERSON M. J. WICKS, 1st Vice-President. w F- nn Secr6Ur . , ....... ASSeS 0V8" : : : : ! Annual Income over : : PRINCIPAL OFFICE mar It la with mueh pleasure the Managers of this Com. pany tender to ite Pol lay Holder aad the public their congratnlatlona on Ita aueeesa for '- paat two yean, lte preaent condi tion and rut are praapeete. Policies loaned on all the Improved plana of Lite Insurance. W refer the genera, public to our policy hoitlera. rr x. TtTTT -TM- t . mrj B. WHITE, J r.. Special Acent. Btato Asont for Teun SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, General Office, 17 Madison St., Memphis, Tenn. ASSETS 1st NOVEMBER, Dividends to Policy-Holders, T.- ODF MEMPHIS, . C. BR1NKLEY.Jres't IK. and L. R. R. R. H. CHERRY, Pres't Chamber of Commerce : p. M. WHITE. President, ft. and T. R. R. 4.N0S WOODRUFF, Vice-Pres't, Hemphls. t, S. 0AVIS. P-es't 1st Nat. Bank. Memphis. :. K0RTRECHT. Art'y-at-Uw, Meapbli. r. A. NELS0M. President, OFFICERS a T. A NELSON, President. BEN MAY, Secretary. AMOS WOODRUFF, First Vice-Prest'. F. M. WHITE, Second Vica-Pres't. X T. PATTERSON, Ass t Secretary. F. S. DAVIS, Treasurer. THOMPSON & CO., Agents for Tennessee and North Mississippi. Senera! HARDWARE. LEGAL NOTICES. I . , . - Administrator ' s N itic8 COTTON GINS ! ply for connrmatinn i the same at Ike nxt Vvbrosrr Term. ittTO. of said omt All per sons interi-sted may attend and enter their cbjectiona, if any tkey have. CH ARLES STOt T December 31. jaJ ALLISON BROS., SOLS AGENTS FOB E. CARVER. & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE PEA-EES ZS HARDWARE IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, 5EIPHI8, : : TENNESSEE. I JLANTERH or merchants lealgnina; to pur I chane Gin Stands w'll do wi !ear nlnd that we are Hole A :. CAR- Iil-H. VER A CO. S" I.MI'RUV The uneualed beauty 01 the staple or cotton tinned on these well known Gin Viands, the lightness of their Improved runuiutf iear. In ..reaxed yield of lint, and many other ao snowiedKed ad v nn times, make them more lesirable than in formeryears. when. as now, f.hey were the favorite. iv PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. Southwestern Publishing Co. Publishers, Printers, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BOOK BINDERS AD WHOLESALE PAPER DEALERS, No. 361 Main Street, Between Union and Gayoso, Memphis, Tenn. OFFICERS: H. A, PARTEE. President, ( Caauler Merchants National Bank. i. 8. CLARK, Secretary and Treasurer. DIRE' TORS: W. H. fTrkasTY. K. H MAjrrrs, Pre!. Merchants National Bank; J. R. tis.v, LL.O-; F. . Jo. S. C. RooKJiB, W. h- ADkJws. de21 MEDiCAL. DR. RUSSELL'S DISPENSAR "JT, The largett and .Oldest Institution of th kind in the Southwest; Etablished Ten Yean, and the Only Eetimr ble Place for the Cure of Frivte 15 laoaaea. Dr. RUSSELL, No. 42 North-Court Street, north side of Court Skjuare, Memphia, Teaji., ia acknowledged by all parties Interested s by tar THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN IN the tretitment of Private and secret dis eases. I.uick. lUoroUK-i a"o uermaiieu- r-s guanu m . iu "rj ,sr' AT. nir.lt;. ' T7 ti i '.nncsui v iaxj aa was r si In a few days. without tbe use ol curancs from ndary Svplu'ls. the last vestige , oat the'uae of mercury. 8nf npotency, or loss of Sexual I to free vigor In a few weeks, rrhea of long standing, when ledles have tailed, permanent cured by a new treatment. It-abuse and excessive venery, Power, reslor Gleet or On oi aU internal r iy and soeedi Victims ol suffering fron slcal ano vav nentiy cured. erma'orrnea and losa or pny- al Dftwer. sDeediiv and perms mm-All cocsnltaaona strictly conflilcntisl.-S Office hours from 9 a-m. to 5 p.m. Dh J. B. rtUisMKLL. consult-ng; Physician. L.Q WAttKAN, Secretary. T realise on Chronic Diseases furnished free, on applies' ton. del5 tlAW LUMBER, LATHS AND SHINGLES. LUMBER YARD and SAW MILL T-HEoldsat Yard In Memphis; eatanllshed 1 In UtV. w ith a of logs, sea ard. are pre ' and dimeu- soned and dressed pared to lUntish : sionsol cypreiss or poomr. il snort notice, a large stodi of loors, Bllnils and tsh, glased ; orungla-wd; Laths, ouingiea. tedr Fence- poata, i'lno and Poplar Hoorlng, always on i nand. Uu.r motto la, quick sales and small psvHus, i e,M . e. 1 Ymenl n-., m.1 T I m Office snd Tarsifwat mt Waanlngion L. aaS-saw Jsesv svr. v V . t a nr-n- & w -.-.-, -w, tt I I II Insurance Co. TENNESSEE. DAVIS, President, i. T. PETTIT, 2d Vice-President J. H. EDM0NDS0N, General Ageat $654,000 00 500,000 00 0 No. 291 MAIN STREET. 1869, OVER - $600,000 July 1, 1869,-40 PER CENT. DIRECTORS i TENNESSEE. HU6H TORRANCE, Cotton Factor. Weaphh. i. WELLER. Merchant. Memphis. C. W. FRAZER. Attorney-at Law. Memphis. J. W. HcCOWN, Merchant, Memphis. H. A. PARTEE. Coat. Merchant Memphis. C. C. SPENCER. President. Lonisviile, Ky. JOHN B. GORDON, President, Atlanta. Sa Attachment Suit. State of Tennessee. Sheihy 4 Thomas B. Myna't, Justice and for saiu county. Davis t Bauirh vs P. S. lty. Before Peace in A1 FFIDAT1T having Been fjond given as required by law, and attach ment having been issued .ml r-tur:ird oe.ore me. levied, etc.. ou the property ot oeier.d ant, and defendant not to be found iu my county: It is therefore ordered. Thit the said de fendant appear beiore me, at my ..fflce. ha toe el'y of Memphis, i-nelby county. Tennessee, on the 4th day of February. 1S7U, st 111 n'clock m.m..and make delen.e to -aid uit, octhe same will be tried exparte: an! that a copy of this notice be published in the AiMU-phia Appeal for four successive week; THUS. B. JtVSATT, r. P. January a, 1S70. JjS NOTICE TO CREDITORS. No. 403, N. B In the Chancery Court or Mem phis. Ten nessre. iara S. pl er. Executor of H. C. Hortou. iloe'd. vs. J. B rtii.ir et !. lUhTerwsLhe-d1r foi ward, ex tlieiuaelvea anlt. etc. ; al Ing to be cr luting ... -It la then pasties mi the courtbe Tenn.. on c March, VSlfi. claims as a e published once a week, for tour atscceasive seeki. in the Meropuis AppeaL A cooy attest. ACGCMTON ALSTON, Clerk and Master. By K. J. Black, Deputy Clerk and Master. E-tes at Jack-soii. o:ic:tors lor toiiipi ant. m FAMILY SUPPLIES. JOHN LILLY, 351 N STREET, DELER tn Stap!e and Fancy Groceries, tfines and Liquors. Haa now ou liand a complete stock ot the beat quality o: scsis, both foreign and domestic, to wuieh he di rects the attention of bia friends and the pub lic . . , The following goods kept always ou hand: Prepared French Mustard, by tbe aeg. Worcestershire Sauce, by tbe gallon. Tomato Catsup, by the gallon. Jaii.es. AsstSfled, in 5 lb. cans. Oat Meai. Yarmouth B!oattrs. Cracked Wheat Win. Younger's Scotch Ale. Guinaess' Dublin Stout. Choicest Black and Green Teas. Fine Old Cognac Brandy, Oid Whiskies. Old Port and Sherry Wines. JOHN ULLT, 381 Main st delO Near I n ion. SPICER Bl SHARPE, 354 Main St., Magevney Block, 4m RECEIVING FRESH GOODS, DAILT, Vy river and rail. By lata arrivals we have a fresh supply of Borden's Condensed ill--the celebrated S- sub brand-iOS dozen: New Louisiana Sugars and X I issnv ; New Buckwheat; New sweet Roll Butter; also, Goshen Batter , New Golden Syrups; New Carolina Rice; Pig's Feet, Hams and Lard; Shaker Preserves; All varieties as new Canned Goooa; Mesa Mackerel and Cod dsn; North Carolina Herrings ; Fine Toilet Soap; choice Coffees and Teaa. nolS SPICbR A SH .i FtPB. FURNITURE. AMES, BEATTIE & CO., 396 GAYOSO BLOCK, or rra ail, irtma or Furniture, Carpets, WINDOW SHADES, Oil Cloths, Mattresses, Etc., AT THE LOWEST BATES. de!9 CANCERS Killed In 43 Hours Without Knife or Pain. DR. SPALDING &, CO., Tennessee State Cancer. Lung, Eye anil Ear Branch Infirmary. Conaultatio .. Km. in. OS -non oe street, jsempui.s, i'eun. PlMA-.rj.r i esiaoiisti.il, is the recaption of patients i:S CANCE US, ULCERS, old Sore Le is ready for 1 witn ye and Ear. und Lung Dseaa-s. and surpiLES-va without aknl Bladder complaints. t; aUdney and SwTNo charxe sssr All otd Chronic i for consultation. aar-All diseases of Women and Cbildren ennftdential llsnssar ar. skill ul lady la, atteudance to watSou female patients. U Mediatae sent to all par a Address, V B. ttPAL-DiuMG m. CO. mmm