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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, JANUABY 3. 1871
MEMPHIS APPEAL
OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY.
TUESDAY M0RNIN6,
JAN. 3 J87I
There have been about eight mil-
liousof Tennessee State bonds used
by railroad builders which were
vronjrfuliy issued. If these fraudu-
leDt issues had not been made the
railroads of Tennessee would have
met their liabilities. The fault and
loss gusts ned by the people is due to
i:. a i practices of office holders and not
to the railway system of the 8tate.
Tennessee lost ia slave property one
hundred and fourteen millions of dol¬
lars and yet is worth more, as shown
by the Comptroller's report, by seven¬
ty mllliotis,than when the State began
its system of railway construction.
Twenty years ago, as shown by the
censaa tables of the wealth of
Kentucky was about twice as great
b- ,nat of Tnne: ,--. Within eight
years, after Tennessee began to build
v ;ys, the wealth of the two States
W'is equalised. If Forrest, Stanton,
Tate and Oreeniaw accomplish their
tasked in Alabama and the road
from Opelika to Tuscumbia be
finished, Alabama, whose as-
tst-ased wealth is now one hundred
millions less than that of Tennessee,
will outstrip our State and become
donation by the dty of three million
j of dolUrs, the Pennsylvania Central
' will U f)d the road. Every one can
i see the .advantages to the city if such
an arrangement can be made with the
Pennsylvania Central. The road that
the ci y wants will be built, and at a
cost o ' three instead of ten, and may
be twei ty, millions of dollars. We
hope the proper attention will be
given by Council to this important
matter. L-t us have an early report
on the subject, that the Legislature
may, if any additional legislation is
neoes&ary, supply it." Why may not
the Pennsylvania Central have an ex-
teuaioo to Paducah and from that
point, where the Ohio may be readily
bridged, extend the Paducah and
Union City road to meet the system
of roads converging at Memphis?
STOVES, ETC.
m
the
neo
tne richest In the South. In the face
of such facts it is passing strange that
this county hesitates to exhaust its
energies in the perfection of the rail¬
way system of a city which now pays
three-fourths of th taxes of the coun¬
ty, and will bear four-flfths ot these
ublic burdens whenever Forrest's
ird bisects the Mississippi Central at
ll-jliy Springs. '.t'hile our County
urt hesitates, and while Forrest
jsuat find a northern terminus for his
road, which may give the wealth and
travel of central Alabama and east-
i rn Mississippi access to the bacon and
grain markets ot the northwest,
there are otawr cities and great rail¬
way lines making persistent efforts t
if vert this Selma road from this city.
proposed by Gov. Alcorn that if
rest will direct his road from
)lona to Helena a subscription of a
Lou acres of land, besides an
rage subscription ol $luu,oou from
h county penetoated, will be made
MK-Usippi. if this diversion of
road be effected Helena becomes
pssarily the southern terminus of
the Kansas City road, and a point on
t if- irreat route of travel between the
northwest and the cities of the south¬
ern Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Mean¬
while the Illinois Central would
have access to the cotton States,
and now that the Mobile and Ohio is
pirt and parcel of the St. Louis and
Iron Mountain road, the Illinois Cen¬
tral proposes to aid Forrest in ex¬
tending his line from Holly Springs
to Cairo. The road will be built. It
will find its northern terminus on the
Mississippi. Whether Memphis will
be made a great emporium and depos¬
itory of wealth, gathered by this
magnificent highway, depends upon
the wisdom and intelligence of the
County Court. The re-ponsibility
imposed upon this body of locsJ law
givers is only great in case the Court
refuse to submit the proposition pub¬
lished in another place, to the action
of tt.e people. It the Court refuse,
and the road be diverted to another
point on the Mississippi, or if its ac
tion cause Forrest's failure, the day is
not distant when decaying city, cut
of! from the interior country on every
side by lateral roads, will constitute a
shameful monument to the folly of
those who assume to direct the finan¬
cial fortunes of Shelly county.
Geheeal Harrison, in his inau¬
gural j ! . delivered 4th of March,
1W1 "aid:
slier ..t tin'r.e them they seldom carry -
lr.frnt. Ir t h latter esse, the pledgee and
The truth of the above remark has
been fully illustrated In the adminis¬
tration of President Grant. There is
indeed a "contrast observable" in his
"conduct" as a "candidate for office"
and after "obtaining" office, lor he
lias utterly failed in "carrying out"
his "pledges" and "promises." The
platform on which Grant was placed
as the Radical candidate promised
amnesty. Grant is opposed to am¬
nesty. In hi3 letter of acceptance
Grant said, "Let us have peace." As
lent he has done nothing to re-
tranquillity. Instead of giving
"peace" which he promised, his
listration has been martiai, war-
proseriptive, vindictive; and
is now more discord, strife and
Preo
store
that
adtn
like,
tben
antagonism than existed when he hy¬
pocritically sniveled out, "Let us have
peace." In his inaugural the Presi¬
dent declared that he would
"have no policy to enforce against
the will of the people." He now op-
poses amnesty and is endeavoring to
enforce his San Domingo job upon the
country in utter disregard of the "will
of the people." He has other policies
which are abhorrent to the people,
such as receiving gifts and pensioning
his scurvy kin upon the treasury cf
the nation. In his first annual mes¬
sage, Grant urged the speedy removal
of all political disabilities giving the
strong and potent reason for so doing,
"that no people could long be exclu¬
ded from their rights with safety."
Ia order to prevent "peace," to keep
alive the fires of hate, and to secure
a renoadoation, he renounces this
sentiment, opposes amnesty, and ex-
communicates from the Radical party
Setrter, and Walker -nd Schurz and
Grata Brown for favoring the rank
heresy "that do people could long be
cxciudisd from their rights with safe¬
ty." All parties now concur in the
opinion that General U. S. Grant is
as arrant humbug. He is fully pov
etflted of every attribute of littleness
and meanness, but he Is without
brains, a raw, crude man, of defective
culture, untutored in the ways of
ilp, selfish, egotistical,
nothing but bis presents
ind tat offices for the scrubs that call
hf-n son, cousin, sod my trother-in
haw. He as full of veootn as the
sraali spioe Dot occupied by his salty
The meanness and selfishness of
monopolies has again developed it¬
self. The Union and Pacific railroad,
after having been built by charity, by
an appropriation oi land, is now bit¬
terly opposed to the Memphis and
Pacific road. These land-grabbers
have become rich aDd they are op¬
posed to any sort of competition.
Those interested in a railroad from
Memphis to the Pacific only ask from
Congress twenty-six millions acres of
the public lands to assist them in the
construction of their road, a moderate
subsidy compared with that granted
to the Northern Pacific Railway.
The original grant to the latter com¬
pany, made in 18o4, was forty-seven
millions acres and at the last session
ot Congress a bill was passed increas¬
ing the amount ol the subsidy in¬
definitely, leaving h entirely
to the option of the company.
Congress voted down several amend¬
ments to this last bill offered
by Democratic members, restricting
the price to actual settlers of the
lands donated, exemplifying by such
action the hypocrisy of the Radical
party in professing a regard for the in¬
terests of the people. Sine" the pas¬
sage of this bill and its approval by
the President, that gentleman and
Congress have discovered the im¬
policy of granting the public lands to
railroad corporations, a doctrine right
in the abstract, but infamously selfish
and hypocritical in the mouths of the
Radicals. In comparing this new af¬
fectation of the Radicals for a correct
principle witn tneir recent ac¬
tion in opposition thereto, two
suggestions occur in explanation
of their conduct. The first is
that having granted enormous subsi¬
dies to the Northern overland rail¬
ways, from sectional motives they are
unwilling to assist the construction of
a road on a Southern parallel, and to
conceal the motives dictating their
opposition to a Southern road, they
pretend a rtgard lor principle; and
the second is, that these new converts
to the doctrine of the impolicy of land
grar Is to railroad companies, are in¬
fluenced by the companies already
subsidized, by the same means em¬
ployed to induce them to grant subsi¬
dies, to oppose a grant of lands to a
boutnern company in order that the
roads that have been subsidized may
be monopolies. In plainer phraseolo¬
gy, Congress, after being bribed to
vote enormous subsidies to Northern
roads, is now bribed by the ben-
eficiariea of these subsidies to
uithhol 1 similar but vastly mod¬
ified favors from a Southern
or rival road. We do not mean to
charge corruption against the mem¬
bers of Congress, but the votes taken
upon the amendments offered to the
Northern Pacific railroad bill, war¬
rant the assertion that a sufficient
number of them, to control the action
of the Government upon the bill were
corruptly influenced, directly or indi¬
rectly. The President says: "The
Halted States should not loan their
credit in aii of any enterprise under¬
taken by States or corporations, nor
grant lunds in any instance, unbs-
the projected work is of acknowledged
national importance." This dictum
would justify the donation of lands ,
to assist in the construction of the
Southern Pacific road : for this road
Is of decided "national importance,"
and this importance i especially en¬
hanced by the consideration that it
will r a rival of the Northern roads
sad .compel a reduction of their pas¬
senger and freight rates. The heavi¬
est opKteition to granting assistance
to the Southern road comes from the
enormously subsidized Northern road
companies. They oppose a .'kith or
JJd parallel road because they know
that its construction will intrench
upon their monopolies. These com¬
panies have coolly and persistly stim
ulated and fostered a public sentiment
in opposition to Government grants
to railway corporations, expreasly to
retain for themselves a monopoly oj
overland transportation.
GREAT EXCITEMENT
Over u.e Wonder fat Ha
BUCK'S BRILLIANT
Cooking Stoves.
THE '.argent nnmbrr of premluma awarded
BUCK'S BKILLlANi"' cooking itoves
at all the tailing Fair In the country, to¬
gether wltu tbe anaclmnue leelluinny oi tbe
ttioueanda of housekeepers who bare oaed
them, atamp them without a donbt
Ths Best Cooking Stoves in the
World.
Back's Brilliant waa awarded tbe
Klret Premium at the l. Louis Fair, lfT.
Klrat Premium at the St. ixruls F-alr, 18' L
First PreminmXat tbe St. Louts Fair. lStiO.
First Premium at tbe St. Louis Fair, ltT.
First Premium at tue Ht. Louis Fair. isms.
First Premium at the 81. Louis Fair, 1S89.
First Premium at the Louisiana (state Fair
at New Orleans, ISMS.
First Premium at fhe Louisiana State Fair
at New Orleans, ltro.
First Premium at Memphis Kali, 1)49.
First Premium at Memphis Fair, 1K70.
First Premium at Many other Fairs or less
note.
Defeating In actual trial all the leading
stoves of tne country. Including the Charter
Oak, Charter. American, Champion, Fanhlun.
Stewart. Home I omfor!, and runny others:
and to dav the "BUCK'S BRILLI NT"'
Stove stands WITHOUT A RIVAL. Every
stove guaranteed to give entire satisfaction,
or the nioney refunded in lull. For sale by
MEDICAL DISPENSARY.
DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S
MEDICAL DISPENSARY
210 Main Street, Up-stairs,
Between Adams and Washington,
RISK & JOHNSON, General Agentt,
And dealers In all kinds ol Cooking and
Heallug Btoves, Mantles, Urates, Tinware,
Tlnplate, Tinners' stock, etc : and alsoaif-nls
lor the celebrated OOAL UOOKINU STOVE
"BUCK'S GUARANTEE, :
The Beet Coal Cooking Btve in tbe market.
No. 306 Mala Street, Memphis, Tennessee,
de7 Opposite Pea body Hotel.
"CONTINENTAL"
MEMPHIS,
TENNESSEE,
T8 now permanently established for
the
treatment of patients, both male and fe¬
male, who are afflicted with any form of
Venereal or Secret Diseases,
Hush ss Syphilis. Gonorrhoea. Gleet. Htrlct-
or i.aad all Urinary Diseases; Syphilitic or
Mercurial Affections of the Throat, Hkln or
Bones, Orchitis, Hernia or Rnptnre; also, the
effects of a .Solitary Habit, ruinous to tbe
body and mind, producing Blotches on tbe
Face, Debility, Inipotency, Dizziness, Dim¬
ness ol bight. Contusion of Ideas, Evil Fore¬
boding, Aversion to Society, Lossot Memory.
Weakness, etc. ; not all of these In anyone
case, bet all occurring frequently In various
Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains
Cured by a Mew Method entirely my own.
Particular Attention Paid to the Disease!
of Woaes,
Hueb as Excenal -eKnDDressedor Painful Men
str atlon, Leuoorrhosa or Whites, Falling of
the Womb, and all lrregoiarltlea of the
Monthly Periods, causing sterility or Barren
neaa. and o tun times consumption.
Persons who have been under the treat¬
ment of other physicians, and have not been
cured, are invited to call, as 1 c.n curt all old
Syphilitic Diseases, it makes no diderence ol
how long standing. They will yield to my
CELEBRATED VKUETABLE REMEDIES, to
which thousands can testify, who have been
cured by me In Mew Orleans, Memphis, Cairo
and various other places. All communica¬
tions strictly confidential.
NO PAY, UNTIL CURED,
Will be required of parties living and doing
business on their own account In Memphis.
The Doctor can be consulted personally, or
by letter, npon all Diseases pertaining to his
Specialty, and all other diseases, not requir¬
ing nis Mtention o.rr.Mire oi uis omoe.
SW A separate office for Ladles.
Office hours from o'clock a.m. to 9 p.m.
OCIS D. 8. JOHNSON. M.D.
STOVE DEPOT!
N. SCHWARZENSFRG, PROP R.
234 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN
OOLE AGENT for the celebrated CONTT
O NEITALWOOtii'(tOK STOVE : the only
stove made with sliding oven doors and in-
iestroor.it le leng eerier pstert hot water
Reservoir, which can be a tarhed to an ordi¬
nary square top cook stove, making the
enr-ape. extension top looting Stove u
Memphis. A double, ventilated fire baok
thirty-one pieces of tiinimlUKF. witn esch
love. cwuisiAcuoa guaranteed in all cases.
Also, a large and omplete stock of
COOK AND HEATING STOVES,
For wood and coal. Including
Charter Oak. Te'eg-aph, Concord, Nagnet,
Palmetto, Etc.
Sugar Kettles, Hollow-ware. Dog Irons. Tin
war- , and House Furnishing Goods ot a'l
kinds. A large variety of faicy, willow and
n'aikfc-t Bsskels and Bird Cages, Tubs. H . a
-i. Brooms, churns, Lamps, Wicks and
Coal "Land non-explosive Alle-
ind Gutterlugdone at short notice
N. SCHW4FZENBERG,
281 MAIN STtfKET.
gben
Roo
dTi
A. E.'.rTKLXr.
J. o. KsrrxLt.E
MEMPHIS ROLLING MILL.
BATTELLE t G O.,
Manufacturer of all sizes of
ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT IRON,
Cotton Ties, Fiah Bars and H .It h,
Railroad Spikes, Chairs, Etc.
MEMPHIS. : : TENNE-iSEE.
-Ofll
t l.tiStM.
rks. on Wi
ra and other t
ver. In
ht-lron
nova
Non-Resident Notice.
No.
Mb
are cttaens
i non-resld
eery Court ol
liza P. Hop-
tbls cause Uiat
upklns, .lasTR
is Di.i, or the same
wd as to tbem, and
ind that a copy f I
ice a week, tor four
emphis Appeal.
LAUTER8ACH fit BRO.,
ta; J LI respect'uLy Inform thetr MeaatJ
and tbe pnbll" In g-neral that they
have re opened their new stive, at No. iVO
rront street, where they ke-p constantly on
nana a new ana excellent assortment of
Dry Goods,
Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Caps, Etc ,
Which will be sold at the very lowes' price.
promising to exert o-jr best efforts to pleaae
on no can. LAUl ' tlBtrtl HrliJ .
da No. 22J Front street.
JUST REGEIVED
And far Sale Low,
IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS:
A lot of Mackerel, 1, 2 and S;
Codfish :
A. Flrld's Cove Oysters;
Sardines;
California Champagne ;
Sardetlen, Herring, Salmou, etc , eto.
Berliner, fietreitfe, Kummel, Scotch and
Irian Whiakiea.
1 he finest imported
LIQUORS AND WINES
Aiwaya on baud, as alao all kinds of
Domestic Liquors.
Virginia and Western Tobaccos.
"PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL!"
A. PCHEiFEBS A ( O ,
K 1F0 Front Kow.
By K.J.
MtCeU
iJ vaster,
id Master,
com pi at.
STABL
D. 141
t, ud hto party sresttxioua
of tbe unproaUabie
enolt, ud. ,
will p
tc rid
skWpbsnt.
Tu CtaciBOavtl -fcrtftarer says:
m We ksvra, from eooi authority, that
ah PWDSjivauiia Central will agit
to SiW saiiroad to Cfcattanoog If
tb dty of and&oati will contribute
million cf doiUm to aid It
"STl SiHlwT 9ommllux fesf
oltttsai far Counsil to coaler with the
gaffMtlvaiil. CootraJ, to kaog if the
- or tana sum! WhCttST, Wit ft
aw JBS W IBS
FORSYTH'S
STANDARD SCALES,
fr all kinds. Nearly 300 varieties, adapt
ranted maaecT.
OM
Oirne: Mo
KABna.
IX).,
t tr-' 'a.
The Victoria or Ladles' Gem Is the great
invention long and earnestly wished f.jr by
your sex. We deMre smart and energ- tic
lady agents to Introduce oar popular and
Justly celebrated article in every village,
town and city In the world, it ia nlghly ap-
provtd of. endorsed and adopted by all ladlea
ol taste and refinement, and Is now agra'
favorlte with tbem, it is what evrry lady
hue wished lor, gives perfect freedom of ac-
Prevents Catching Coldiat a Critical
Period.
Kndorstd and recommended by all emi¬
nent
PHYSICIANS AND DIVINES.
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS
A. C. Teiadwill, late M each am 4 Tread well
A. B TaKA dwell, ot Trealweil Bros.
R. A. Tbkadwkll, of Treadwell Bros.
B. 1). T&KAOWKatL, of Treadwell Bros.
A. C. TREADWELL & BROS.
Wholesale Grocers
AUK
COTTON FACTORS,
NO. II UNION STREET,
Stcnewail Block, : Memphir, Tenu
aw From the above card It will be seen that
A. C. Treadwell, late of Meacham A Tread¬
well, and Treadwell Bros, have united under
firm style of A. C. Treadwell A Bros. To thei.
friends who lave heretofore patronised them
so liberally, they retnrn sincere thanks, and
to them and to all who may favor us with
their patronage, we pledge our best etlorb
to please.
an. daw A. C. TREADWELL A BROS.
W. At. XAKRI.NGTOrr.
HEN KY B. HOWRLL
FARRINGTON & HOWELL,
COTTON FACTORS,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
'266 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS. - - - TENNESSEE.
se2i daw
O. C. UllWAED,
Tabernacle, Tenn.
W. A. CuTRHAK,
Braden Station.
U. J. Bkadshaw,
Mason, Tenn
J. S. COTHRAH,
Tabernable, Tenn
HOWARD, BRAOSHAW & CO.
Cotton Factors
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 252 Front Street,
Up-stairs, : : : Memphis, Tenn.
sr Liberal cash advances made on all cons
slgnmenut, and Instructions obeyed to Ih-
letter. se23 d aw
MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
DR. RUSSELL'S
MEDICAL INSTITUTE!
THE
Largest and Oldest Institution of tbe Kind
Is the Southwest ; Eatan Jahed Tea
Yeara, and the only Relia¬
ble Place far the
CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES
DR. RUSSELL,
NO. NORTH COURT RTRKKT, NORTH
: of Conrt square, Meu-phls, Teunss-
see. la acknowledged by all parties interested
as by far the moit Huccesuul Physician tn the
treatment of Private ami ScCi t Diseases,
(juick. thorough and permanent cures nr
auteeu in every esse, male and female. Re
cent cases ol Gonorrhea and Hyphllls cur.d
lnaf-w days, wllhcut tbe Use o- mercury,
cl.augeof diet, or hlndra .ee from business,
t-eoondary Syphilid. I e last vestige eradicat¬
ed wltboi.tti ense of mercury, hu terers trom
impotency. or .o. ot ctexnal Power restored
to fiee vigor In a tew w.-eks. Gleet or Gonor¬
rhea of long landing, when all lntrna; rem¬
edies have fall d, permauentiy and speedily
cared by anew treatment, victims of seli-
abn-e and ext-eisive venerv, sntTerlng rom
spermatorrhea and loss of mental and physi¬
cal power, apeilitv and perm inently cuied
All cjiisultatlons strictly confidential
Office hours ironi t a.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 to
t p.m.
DR. J. B RDSHEi.L Consnttlng Physlan.
L. U. WAKKh N, Hecretsry.
Treatises on Chronic Llsea es furnished
fre- on appMcallon . t est
sea
COTTON FACTORS.
F. W. IRVINE l CO.,
Cotton Factors
-AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
278 FRONT STREET, up atairt, ever R. S.
Taylor 4 Co.,
MEMPHIS, .... TENNKSSEK.
octi
WM. GAY & CO.,
w bolesiAle
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
300 Front Street,
Between Madison and Monroe, Memphis,
xeuueesee,
OtTR stock, of which we are dally receiving,
is large and complete, having been re¬
cently selected by our Mr. Gay in the Eastern
markets, and we are ottering extra induce¬
ments to our friends and old customers, and
hope by strict attention to their interest to
merit a continuance of the liberal patronage
heretofore extended us.
Liberal advances marie upon consignments
of any description to us. Ail cotton or other
goods shipped to us will be covered by our
open policies of insurance, unless otherwise
nstrncted. We are prepored to fill all orders
for bagging ond ties trom our .arge stock. ioi
R. S. TAYLOR & CO.,
Cotton Factors a d Grocers.
sW We hsve a large and well selectee stock
of Groceries and Flour, among which is the
old favorite
Brafton 000 and Reinoke's Elegant.
PARTEE U HARBERT,
COTTON FACTORS,
spin llPnlon sltT-Meit.
APOLEON HILL.
. FONT AIMS.
NOTICE. - REMOVAL.
FORSTER. KEALHOFER A CO. nave re¬
moved irom J-W Main street, to
No. 336 Front Street, corner of Union.
MAGNOLIA BLOCK.
D B. rOBSTBB. C.W. KCALHOfEB. Tiros DAT
Forster, Kealiiofer& Co.
GROCERS,
COTTON FACTORS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
336 Front Street,
MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE.
OCIS
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
1 ROACH A ill f.r-i,irl.- ..r v., 'J l ,
. . - - - , ! ..... .n.
. Front str-et. have re novel to No. 1M
r uion wrreei, where they will be pieassd to
see tneir lrienassn.J tue public generally.
HILL, FONTAINE & CO.,
Cotton F"aotor8.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
- AND -
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
326 Front atreet. bet. Monroe & Union,
MEMPHIS,
se
TENNKtVSKE.
Stewart Bi os. & Fizer,
356 AND 358 FRONT STREET,
South of Union,
t& OFFER FOR SALE
100 bbdS. SilU'tr;
1 0 barrels Molasses:
1000 barrels Flnar;
2000 bundles HeSj
400 pieces Ky and Flast Higxiag;
1000 kegs Nails;
5)0 boxes Raisins;
fOO pkga. Mackerel.
ar aiso. a well assorted. Ftock ol CASE
uuuhk., reing tue only srooerv house In Mem
phla who hsvaa New Orleans t'onnectlou-
wholesale bujers of (Sugar t 'oft-e asd Mo
lesaeSj will do well to call before purchasing
" ueis
W. B. 6AL6KEATH,
Cotton Fator
And Commission Merchant,
No, IB TJiiion Street,
MAGNOLIA BLOCK,
Be'ij t p-stj'rs, oi.oH'.t. Htonewall Itior-rt
M. L. MLACHAM.
E. E MkACHAat.
A. W. KonsuTS,
J.B.POSTOS.
J. KOACH. J. A. KlRHV.
Formerly of ouiervllle, Teejp. Memphis
A.. T. Roach cto Oo.
GROCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND COTTON FACTORS,
No. 13 Union Streat, Menohif. Tenn
SSJT Hpecial attention paid to the sale of cot
tnu. ano liberal advance, on tbe same. ,1ei4
FURNITURE.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SoWhINB REMEDY.
anil
Jafra.
VMhseat i
evrt.p.
Mrt.
tSksaaaVa
Mr,
Vp.
it is
urea e.oij- anu unpliu
in the Bowels, and fax ill-
bbsb ssa nassai ei retti-
lng.
HnhdnesConvnislona and
overcomes ali diseases In¬
cident to Infants and
fnlldraa.
Coras Uiarrhaa, Dysen¬
tery and rsumuier Low-
plaint in children of all
On
Prxn
as
Can
2
On
tarsal Infant's and fTh 1 1,1 ran
"xsjthlrii; Remedy in all disorders broiAgbt
la TsMthlng or any other causa.
JPrssaarsd by tns OKA TOW MBDICJN
tX.. at. iuula, Ho,
Bold by drnaT'-rU and dealers in medloln
Every lady absolutely reualras one and
will purchase st sign : . its merits are
APPARENT AT A GLANCE.
Druggists, mil liners, dressmakers and those
who keep fsncy stores will and our excellent
Invention gives perfesl satisfaction, and sells
very rapidly, and netting enortu jus profits
to sents and dealers. Town and country
rights given fre to all who neurit er gaulng
in an honorable respectable and prnfltable
basinets, and at the same time, doing good
to these suffer lng companions in life.
Samples 0i, sent ire by mall on reeelpt of
price. Mend for wholesale circulars.
Address,
Victoria Manufacturing Co.,
dc7 17 P- rk Plsre New York.
AMES, BEATTIE & CO.,
396 MAIN STREET,
Offer Wboleseie and Retail
FURNITURE,
CARPETS,
OILCLOTHS,
Window Shades, Mattreeees. etc.,
Always at Lowest Prices and
Will not be Undersold.
V Country Merchant supplied at rate to
t'lii.'tMf war nay DiHrieL oM
J. B. M'CAFFREY,
DIA1.II IN .
l
I
NOTICE.
MKIIAIT1 NATIOttAL 1
KKHflil 1 SJTJC . I a. n. Lir 17
T., SSS O' ! Stookk
ot lavas feasck arlll tat held at tsvslr
fiaSiilhY p"rp,mmo' sandireu,r
0 jQrit.-A "-mm i r, faaklii.
l?th
aae 4
lor
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
ZkTO
WHOLESALE PMCES.
STKlvWAYPlANOt UabUr ftanos, Em¬
erson Pianos, Vose Pianos Prices from
i e&M! to 17uu each Mason HaoaUu Urgans-
frlces irom irx to Mt- savea Vnslr: Doim.
from ti to loo each. Uultara, Violins, Bar Jos,
Piute". Kites, Flageolets. Ploolos, ( lareo-
neu, Haas. Tenor and Boys' nruma, of all
sis j; Boys' Trumpets, i inmlwiiis, Lornels.
A to is valves; Harmonicas, ete. Ftvnob and
osrman Aecordeona, Plut'nes, tonoertlnes.
Uraas and Hllv r Hand instruments, Vi-
umns ot Ptsiio Mnsic, baaaUluily bound,
from l to (6 each; Utnuins AtaUlan and Bo
man Violin Htrtnga and tn largest suwk of
Sheet Music In tie Mould
N. 8,-' ouiii'j niuouants and dealers will
Dd in their orders st ones
A. A. sUbMSON'at SMtoHOT
FURNITURE,
Metallic Cases and Caskets,
WOODEN COFFINS,
AND COFFIN TRIMMING 5,
No. 385 Main Street,
Memphis, t t l t : Tennessee.
s
ssa- Orders iy le'tgrapli r romptly filled.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
Bo. 172, R in ths First Chanosry Court of
BheUAy county, rnu. W. and K. B. UrU-
utvi J. B. Saalaud-
appearing from affidavit in this oauxo
Ft
den' of arkansaa auu a uon-resldaul of the
state of Tennessee:
it is 'berefbis ordered, that ha make his
appearance hersin. at lbs court-boos In ' be
city of MeBiphl , Tennessee, on or be'ore tne
Art Vordsy in Psbruar. l-:i snd pie d,
swer or demur to complainants' bill, or
to same will be take ror onufS'ssd as to
hi ". and set for hearing eap-rte, and tnat a
copy of th s order be pubiisiisd once a week
f.,r lour sucocssivs weeks ia the Atsmphis A r-
SSIAA.
a copy attest :
SUiMUNli A. ( OLfc, ( laa-k ard MfMter.
By It. J . Biack, Deputy 0. M.
WUe Beara, sou fw vfmt its est
M. L. MEACHAM & CO.,
WHOLESALE 6R0CERS
AJTB
COTTON FACTORS,
No. 9 Union Street,
Stenewall Black, : : Meftphls Tens.
Jy
BUSINESS CHANGE.
VI r: have sold, this -'ay. oar entire inter-
TV est, with good will, stock and fixtures
in the Grocery and L'otton Trade, to Messrs.
C. H Taylor A Co., who win continue the
business at tlie old stand, No 278 Front street,
and who are authorized to collect all accounts
due. and to settle all claims against us. Par¬
ties having claims against the Arm of K. S.
Taylor A Co., are requested to present them
at once tor payment. The style of the new
Orm will be as follows :
C. H. TAYLOR & CO.
GROCERS,
COTTON FACTORS,
AND
COrvlMISSION MERCHANTS
278 Front St., Memphis, Tenn.
aw in retiring, we take pleasure in eom-
nieudnii our snecepsors. Mrssrs. D. H. Tnvinr
A Co.. u our triends and patrons, and a-onld
respectluilv neeo'-ak lor them a continuum..
of the patrouage so long and liberally ac¬
corded to us. K. s. TAVIAJR A CO.
M'mnh:. 1'icpnib.r 1 l.TP. flr4
Menken Brothers.
Great Annual Clearing
-AND
REMNANT SALE
ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1871,
We will offer our isrinense stoc k ot
Fine Dress Goods, Cretonnes, Empress Cloths,
MERINOS, DELAINES,
Poplins, Velours. Reps, and Sa'in de Chines,
taaorilleiag prices,
FROM 12 1-2 CENTS PER YARD UPWARD.
Also oar entire lot of Remnants, consisting of 2000 remnants of
Cassimeres, Cloths, Jeans. Flannels, Linseys, Domestics,
Linens, Dress Coods, Jaconets and Swisses,
Besides 1109 remnants ot
CALICO, at from Five to Eight cents per yard,
A line of BALMORAL SKIRTS, at Forty oenta,
LADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, at $2 each, in great varietyi
CHILDREN'S FANCY WOOL HOSB, at Five cents a pair,
LADIES' MERINO HOSE, at Fifteen cents a pair,
A line of GLOVES, at Ten eents per pair.
The balance of oar slook of
At clearing; prices. Entire atock of Pure marked down.
LARGE SABLE CAPES, AS LOW AS $2 50 EACH.
On- entire stock will be offered for cist at nay
are Invited to attend this bona tide Clearing da
Orders from tne country promptly ni.ed.
recedented prices. Citltsns and strangers
MENKEN BROTHERS
CORNER M a;n and court streets,
FURNISHING G00D3.
Your Attention to this Card !
Extraerdlnary Inducements Offered Is
Clothing
AiTD -
FURNISHING COODS!
OAK HALL CLOTHING STORE.
FOR THE NEXT HIXTY DAYS I WILL OK-
fer my large stock of Gents' and Boy's
Clothing. Furnishing Uoods, etc., etc., at
greatly reduced figure at such low prices
that every farmer, merchant or mechanic
will be ab'e to purchase a neat and comfort¬
able suit for tbe coming cold winter, no mat¬
ter how low the price of cotton or how hard
the times are.
NOTICE MY PRICE LIST:
Fine Hlaek Cloth Salts at lift and 0, worth
!5 and 175
Fine Beaver Suits at I2S and S8U, worth $35
and S45.
Fine English Melton Suits at f J. and 30,
worth V and X.
Cassimere Suits at ale and , worth (2
and S40.
Velveteen Salts at fill and Si, worth J5
aDd HO.
Cnorduroy Hunting Suits at $16 and (23, worth
125 and 135.
Overci ats at f .0 and S30, worth 120 and (45,
Talmas. J12 and $20; apes and Cloaks, $13
and $10; Boy's and Youth's Suits trom
$4 to $20; B r 's Overcoats irom $5 to tu.
The above salts 1 have in any size, color
and style, embracing the long and short
frock, sscuue and sacqnet'e. Give me a trial,
and yon shall get a good bargain. Hemember
tbe place.
Oak Hall Clothing Store, 251 Main Street.
del2 Sol. Hallo.
WATCHES AaND JEWELRY.
Fine Gold Watches
AND CHAINS.
F. D. BARNUM & CO.
Old Bras Pseley, Barsesi 4 Co.,
265 MAIN STREET. COR. COURT
New & Rich Jewelry
J v24 daw s
r. it CLARK
J. 8. WILKINS
"Clark Gallery.
rT'HIH OLD ANI WKLL KNOwTi EHTAB-
X llnhment continues to keep mil' np to the
progress ol the art.
PORCELAINS
Are here made te perfection and are beanti-
fnl ptctnres, much liked on account of their
flattering qualities. Any race will look at¬
tractive In till-, style of picture.
PHOTOGRAPHS
From card to life slse, painted In oil or water
colors, including the celebrated
REMBRANDT.
PORTRAITS in every size. STRANGERS,
wblle visiting tbe olty. are invited to call.
The entrance Is throngh F. H. Ulark A-Co.'s
Jewelry Store, and Is free and unobstructed,
while a cordial welcome will meet yon. Re¬
member
" THE CLARK GALLERY,"
Corner Main and MatiiMin streets, Memphis.
UOaaI
F.H.CLARK tc CO.
IMPORTERS,
And Wholesale and Retail Dealer la
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds
SILVERWARE,
Spectacles, Fancy Goods, Guns,
Etc., Etc.. use,
No. I Clark' Marble Block,
290 Main Streat, : Momphis, Tenn.
$3 WATCH ! $3 WATCH !
THE GREAT EUROPEAN EUREKA
Aluminum Gold Watch Co.
HAVE APPOINTED
L. V. DEFOREST & CO., Jeweler,
40 AND 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
Sole Agents for the U. 8.
NT have authorised tbem to sell tnelr
great fc.rj.EKA uold ALUxisrat uold
K. W. CUHBINGHAM.
A. . KLLIOTT
Cunningham & Elliott,
GENERAL BROKERS,
Room 9, Magnolia Block, Memphis.
"Merchandise sold tv sntrniie,. PromDt
attention given to negotiation of loans on
bonds, notes or oollatei i Is. Agents for
R. T. WILSON & CO ,
Bankers and Commission Merchants,
NEW YOKE.
We are authorised to negotiate) for sals or
purchase oi cotion tt-rouir.li our urlrrclDHl. at
eltttsj atsanpUla, New York or Liverpool.
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE.
Ho. ITS.- In tl'e First Cnanosr Conrt of Hbel-
oyoouuty jenn, w. a and K. a. Crlhman
vs. X. L) BsjcUnd.
T appearing I om aflldavlt in tnis cause
thai the deiendmt. K. I). Kaelmd. is a r. s-
ieut of ArkatiaiiH and a nou-resldent of ths
Htate c f Ten neytev :
It is .here lure ordered, that he mnke his
a;tes-i.uce lie elu. a- lli- court-ltoue In trie
olty uf M.. uphlii. T nneasee, on or before the
Bran ir"iny .1; reurunr, ia i K-:a pi, at.
answer or demur to come ainuau bill, er
tbeasme wl 1 be taken fur confatd rnt o him
and set for hearing sXfjnrte. and that a c ipy
of tuia order be puol aLe i onoe a week for
'oar suocesslve weeks lathe MtinphK Ar-
AL.
A c py attest:
KIjMU.NI) A. COLE, Cle'lt aurt Msster.
by K. J. Klaok, Jjepuyr C. at X.
Wilaeu SearU, waia sor eapits. cue
Non-K'isidar.it Notice.
No. 7J0. In the Brut C) laneerv Court of 8hel
by county, Tennnessr e. John Nelson et aL
vs. --oi.ii n. Llayoroo a et si.
11 appesrmg trom affidavit In this cause
1 that the defenda; its to ttie eross bill ot J
r. clay brook, Died h ereln, to-wli: liar.es H.
Organ, Tany Organ , K. E. Richards, and hla
wl.e, Valeria Klche rrts, William Vance arid
his children, Itooer1. Vance. Honefleld Vance
Agues Vanoe, Fran k K Vanoe. Mary Vanoe
ahuui ance auu siouewtn vane are citi-
sens of Arkansas and non-residents of the
state ot 1 ennesscs :
It is therefore out ered.That they make thetr
appearance herein , at the court-house In th
lty of Memphis, T.'enu., on or before the first
Moimay in rent nary, Itsri, and plead, an
swer or demur to said cross bill, or tbe
same will be taken ror confessed as te them
ana ael lor hear tng exparte; and that a copy
or mi oruer -e puuiisneu ence a week, to
fonr suircesaive weeks, in the Memphis
Appeal.
A cop attest.
r IOMUN1J A. COLE, Clerft and Master.
By B. J. Hi acat. Deputy '. and M
L. D. McKlsslck, and Wllsoa A Beard, Sols
for complainant.
Non-Recsident Notice.
No. 121. in ths Second Chancery Conrt ot
Shelby county. Tan n eases. - Waddy Thomp¬
son vs. Annie n. Polk and John W. Polk,
her husband, and others.
lTnppearluglrom aflldavlt. sud the bllldul
i sworn to. in this canse. Ihui
ants. John W. Polk and Annie
r-sll
7.
to, In this canse. that the dsfen
w. folk ana Annie E. Pals, are
ecu of the btate of Missouri an-d non-
residents of the Btate of Tennessee, and that
they have covered np and secretes) their
properti to hinder and delay creditors and
an attachment, as prayed for on these al-
leuge l gruunda, having Infill issaed, levied
ana returned into this office :
It is therefore ordered. That they r nake their
appearance herein, at the court -h. .use in the
city of Memphis, Tenn., on r.r kef ore the
first Monday in January, lift;, t ind plead,
answer or demur to complaluan ts tail, or
the same will be taken for conr assed ss to
them and set for bearing exparte; and that a
copy of this order be published oe ee a woek,
for lonr auccesalve weeks. In the Memphis
Appeal. This November xl, 187(1.
A copy attest:
M. D. L. aTEWAKT, Clerk ar at Master.
By uao Xalaisv, fspui ia s k1 M.
Humes A Poston. aadv'anoa a t AismraL
sajaasaw sassswt awa.
A
V, atchss lor TsBSE Uohi-ABS. and to war
rant each and every te to keep correct time
lor cue year. This Watch we juarantee to be
the best and cheapest tlnie-keeper that is
now iu ass In any part of the globe. The
works are In doable cases, Ladies' snd Gents'
slae, and are beautifully chased. The cases
are made of the metal now so widely known
in Europe as Aluminum Gold, it has the
KX ACT COLOR OF GOLD, Which IT ALWAYS HI-
Taihs; it will stand tbe test of tbestrougest
acids; no one can tell it irom Gold only by
weight, the Aluminum Gold being 1-10
lighter. The works are made by machfnerv,
same as the well known American Watch.
The Aluminum is a cheap metal, hence we
can afford to sell the Watch for k3 and make
a small profit. We pack the atoh safely in
s small box and send It by mall to any part
of the f ' B. on receipt of t3 50; fifty cents for
packing arid postage. Address all orders to
L. V DEFOREST fcCO.,
40 aee 42 Braadway. We Vera.
WA1VTED
In all parts of the United States, to sell
L. V. DEFOREST & CO.'S
Aluminum Gold Jewelry
A OKNTH are making 1200 to HOD per week
it se! ling the Aluminum Jewelry. The best
Imitation of gold ever introduced. It has ths
exact color, which It always retains, and
elands the test of the sVontrest acids. No
one can tell it from gold only by weight the
Aluminum Grid being about 110 lighter.
L. V. Dxi-oaasT A Co. are senilis their uoods
lor 1-lii the urlcs sold lewelrv la sold tor. and
on most literal temin to agents-X cash, bal¬
ance in SO, 9) ana 90 days. We aeird persons
w lining to act as ageuut a mil and complete
assortment oi goods, c nataUna oi tfs.li.
Bra.-elets. lxrckeU. LAdlea'andOentA'Chalria.
Pins. Bluss. Bleeve Buttons. Htawts etc.. for
Jieo ijb to be paid when the goons are re-
c-tved, ths other i'- m at), 60 and W days.
Parties wishing to order goods and act as
again ta will address
L. V. DEFOREST i CO.,
40 at. 42 Brsadwav. N V
Carolina Life Insurance Co.
OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President
H. J. WICKS, Itt VTrpTwSWstt J. T. PETTIT, 24 VN Pmldsit
. F. BOYLE, SMratary I J. K. EDMONOMst, mnl Afm.
ELLETT 4 PHELAN, Attamsys.
EI3TX, - - 40 PER OHSSTT.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE-No. 42 MADISON STREET
ATTENTION, EVERYBODY!
Grand Clearing Sale
OF OUR ENTIRE RETAIL STOCK OF
FANCY
Staple Dry Goods !
SILKS & DRESS GOODS,
Laces, Trimmings and Notions !
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS !
THESE COODS
Must Be Sold, Regardless of Cost or Value !
Walker Bros. & Co.
229 MAIN STREET 229.
SOUTHERN PALACE!
Price List of Dry Goods!
CHEAPER THAN EVER SOLD BEFORE !
CALL AND EXAMINE YOU WILL BE SATISFIED
D. C. & H. M. LOEWENSTINE,
SOUTHERN PALACE,
332 MAIN STREET, : : MEMPHIS, TENN.
HAVE NOW ON EXHIBITION THE FINEST STOCK CF
DRY COODS, FANCY COODS, FURS,
EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET!
Twilled Sateen Striped Poplins, 25 cents per yard ;
Solid and Changeable Poplins, l.r cents per ard ;
Double width Alpaccas, all colors, 15 cents per yard ;
All Wool White Blankets, $2 50 per pair:
Heavy Gray Blankets, $2 60 per pair ;
Genuine soft finish Lonsdale Domestic, 15 cents per yard ;
All colors Striped Silks, 1 00 per yard;
Fair quality Black Silks, $1 00 per yard ;
White and Red Flannels, from 18 to 20 cents per yard ;
(''. t.r. Flannels, Brown and Bleached, 15 cents per yard;
Children's Red Flannel Cloaks, 50 cents;
10-4 Sheeting, 85 cents per yard;
Brown Domestic, from 6 1-2 to 13 cents per yard ;
All Wool Shawls only 50 cents;
All Wool Shawls, large, $1 35 each ;
Stamped Boulevards, 76 cents each;
Balmoral Skirt, 60 cents each ;
Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks from $2 00 to $2 50;
All Linen 3-4 Table Cloths, 87 1-2 cents eacn ;
All Woo! Printed Table Coverings only 75 cents each ;
Gray and White Knit Undershirts and Drawers only 37 1-i oents;
Men and Women's Hosiery only $1 00 per dozen ;
Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs only 15 cents each;
Large size Lawn Handkerchief, 4 cents each;
Good Apron Checks, 12J cents per yard ;
Children's Wool Hose, all sizes,. 10 cents per pair ;
Corsets, only 50 cento apiece;
Towels, warranted pure Linen, only 8-cento each;
English Merinoes, all colors, only 30 cento;
All Wool Plaids, for children, only 30 cento per yard;
Heavy Jeans, for Men and Boy's wear, 20 cents per yard ;
Bed Ticking and Hickory Stripes, 12 i-2 cento per yard;
We can sell a good White Shirt at 75 cento.
Look at our Plain and Figured DeLaines at 20 cento;
Ladies' Shawls for $5 00 the best ever soid in this market;
Joseph Kid Gloves, all sizes and colors, every pair guarantee
t& largest stock ot Furs and Silk Velvet Cloaks and Evenlm
Satins in this market.
tuir We sell our own make of Boots and Shoes, and warrant every pair.
jar Exclusive agents for Memphis for the Grand Utility White Shirts
and Gents' Underwear.
For DtPlsEtntors :
&- We keep constantly FULL AND FRESH STOCKS of the following
Goods, which will be sold at CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICE:
Batchelor's full stock Kip Boots and Brogans ;
Full lines of Clothing and Hate ;
Jeans, Tweeds, Kerseys, Beverly Twills. Satinets,
Cassimeres, Plaid and Striped Osnaburga,
Heavy Brown and Bleached Domestics, White Linseys,
AND ALL OTHER COODS FOR PLANTATION USE
iiy j
ss and
SOUTHERN PALACE, - - - 332 MAIN STREET
z ody et :r dte Hills,
WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL DEALERS IN
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs,
PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY. FANCY ARTICLES, Etc,
281 MAIN STREET, BET, MADISON AND COURT,
FOR RENT.
The Paoiflo Hotol,
In tho dty of Little Rock, Ark., formerly
Known sa ins - a moony noose, '
Till wall known property wiil be offered
tor rent a.iter ths loin day of January,
13 1. Tne rural tare can tre pnrcnasta on res-
r-nable terms, or ths present proprietor, Mr.
Juori a. Ueury. will salt a trail interest tn
the rarulture ana nx tores la aJ party ds-
slrlng a par uerahlp with ataa la tbe hotel
easiness, it-ppiy v sajsuais . raLi,
sa butt cesat, ASK,
Slffjo. of tlaej 3Blg jaXox-l!4svar.
3)Xnxxlxis,
'onn.
TO COTTON SHIPPERS.
1IBE&AL advances made on eotton for fVpRna Af ft ft U a C C A JL f 11
A sale In New York, or through onr friends UIIIVO Wl UOiMvuH OL U V
lnUverpool.
BtSNKIl, BROWN 4 P1TKNT, I A BAD AlPIUTC
South William street. LABUK rtUEIi I O,
Refer to Bronson BayUas, sq., H. D. Bclk-
ey- tKk No. 14 Paplar ., S. W. ear. 0vrtM Hstei,
JOHN H.HOWE. JOHN H. HOWS. JB MEjtPHL", TlUfNXWJk.
33Z O W 3D C3 S O KJ". Contracts tat Labor, or men l
' nftned on moat fayorabiu asrma. k
HOUSE AND SISN
ainters, f1f5fH33iiLd3
Nd 42 Union Street, 2 A 1 1 k 1 HfJVFff Vf
Bet. Main and Second, Maanphaa, Tenia. gpjpjjggfpjgjQa
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