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THK MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL- THUESD AY, JANUAEY 5. 1871.
IKHFHIS APPEAL wrFiCIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY. THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 5, 1871 Jewbtt, Drake's substitute in the Senate, will serve about a month and ioet the country $5800. Since nobody wanted him there besides Grant, who needed his services in carrying the ban Djiningo scheme, can't we make Grant foot the bill V uRant is reported to have said that the reason Sumner don't believe in the Bible, is, because he did't write it. May not this remark have been provoked when Grant learned tliat the Massachusetts Senator told John Covode that "there was no measure nor standard of weights and measures, and no yard stick capab'.e of measuring the imbecility of Presi¬ dent Grant." I us Brooklyn Time i a nrm friend of Senator Sumner, and reiuces to be¬ lieve Sumner is actuated by any mo¬ il ve of personal resentment against Grant. Yet the Times disapproves and condemns all the reasons he of¬ fers against the annexation of San Domingo ; and affirms that, instead of the annexation measure being re¬ jected, the interest of the colored race requires that the stars and stripes should float over the West India islands. The project involves war for Guffy, which is the duty of a black man's government. Grant may not mean war, but Butler, Morton and his other guardians and masters do. Since the war-cloud has come up, the galleries of Congress are said to have grown lighter, and instead of being all packed solid with darkio, as was the case but a year ago, they are now beginning to have a consid¬ erable sprinkling of white people. This would not be a black man's gov¬ ernment if there were no whites to govern, for Sambo and Dinah cannot govern themselves. And it is well enough that the white subjects of the consolidation should look on a little, at least while the colored Senators and diplomatic darkies are at the levees and wining and dining with His Excellency at the White House. It is a remarkable fact that the Radical papers are unanimous against the impeachment of iiulden, while they are divided as to the punish¬ ment of Tennessee Butler. Why not punisn all crimica portunity presents any from punishment '.' Eight charges have been preferred against ttolden, either one of which should ba sufficient for the condemnation of the already damned rascal. He has instigated a civil war, turned loose on tbe people a horde of outlaws and cut-throats, defied the habea oorpu, imprisoned, outraged, robbed, abused and hung, shot and killed innocent persons, and he ought to be punished. The only defense to be made for him is in the mouths of the Kdical party, that he is a Republican. ke. If the op- It, why shield Dame Cathedral ) is in y that is to saj , lour rarest fortified wall. rircle of tbe fort out- A correspondent of the World, in iti Thursday issue, thus explains the reason why Paris has not yet been bombarded: A:r Do inform all those Pruaao-Ameri¬ can newspaper that Pari is eight miles in diftmV.er, ai called target ( tbe center of tl miles from tl Tea tfaem that aide of these fortifications are some rainy Id camber, and from two to fire miles from said fortified walla, and that the Prussian Lines are not further ad van r-1 than from fire to eight miles from the forte ( that is to Bay, from eleven to seven¬ teen miles from the beautiful Cathedral of Notre Dame j, herefrom they have not been able to send a single shot to do any damage. Tell tbem that the cause why they have not vf v&nced nearer and why tbey cannot ooa e nearer is, that the short distances between the torts and their guns have been too much for their engineer. Ask then: if they really believe that the Prussians can send s ball or shell van in tha ditches of Paris, from the position tv y bold at present. The writer of this is s Parisian, snd was brought up in the faubourgs of Psris, and Is snre of the above figures. Auy one can make sure of what I say by looking in any geographical dictionary. LUTErlA. Nsrv York. December 17, 1870. Ox the 4th of March next, at the close of the Forty-first Congress, the terms of service of twenty-four Sena¬ tors will expire, namely : Abbott, of North Carolina ; Anthony, of Rhode Island; Cattell, of New Jersey; Cra- gin, of New Hampshire; Fowler, of Tennessee; Hamilton, of Texas; Har¬ ris, of Louisiana; Howard, of Michi-i gun; Howell, of Iowa; Johnson, of Virginia; Morrill, of Maine; McDon¬ ald, of Arkansa.-; McCreery, of Ken¬ tucky; Revels, negro, of Mississippi ; Robertson, of South Carolina; itoes, of Kansas; Salisbury, of Delaware; Thayer, of Nebraska; Warner, of Alabama; Windom, of Minnesota; Wilson, of Massachusetts; Willey, of West Virginia; Williams, of Oregon; and Yates, ol Illinois. Of these, Messrs. Anthony, Cragin, Robertson and Hamilton have been re-elected, and the following named new men have been elected from the Stat named: Alcorn, of Mississippi; Coop¬ er, of Tennessee; Goldthwaite, of Al¬ abama; Kelly, of Oregon ; Stevenson, of Kentucky; Wright, of Iowa; and Vance, of North Carolina. Two of these, Stevenson and Vance, are doubtful of ad mission, on account of their record in the war. . The Georgia Radicals are evidently determined never to submit if any way can be found to avoid it. They have no reapect for the wiil of the majority or anything else which is good or true; and they will scruple at nothing to carry their point. The Atlanta She Era says with reference to the late contest: Of course, all such elections will havs to be sat aside, since tbey really amount to no election at u. And If these law¬ less proceedings have not been so general ail over the State as to defeat the restore tion of Georgia by the admission of her feenaiora and Representatives in Congress, 't will be better than is now anticipated, ladaing from the Information now at pooulatVcn of this Stats. That s e big ub lo attempt N this lata day, sad rather d fSoult to oa sure si when attempted. Of course. General Terry can, by s stretch of authority, be allewed to dragoon the legislature; but the Radical manipula¬ tors will probably think twice before they launch out on such a desperate venture. That sort of thing has proved a losing game everywhere for General Grant and his party. We know not how re ent de¬ feats ha've affected him and them; but time will show for lieorgla is the last and most important case and against her all the thunders of the " trooly loll" will be directed. If Congress is determined to drive anead, why, let Congress drive shesd. " The murderer has but bi hour ; his victim all eternity." The Pittsburg Paper says: "There is a question of veracity between Grant and Sumner In connection with the San Domingo job. The former alleges that the Senator promised him to give the scheme his hearty sup¬ port, while Sumner denies ever hav¬ ing done auy thing so manifestly and wickedly absurd. 'What I did say,' exclaimed the elegant Charles, in his recent outburst in the Senate cham¬ ber, was this: 'I am an administra¬ tion man, and whatever you do will always find in me a most careful and considertte attention.' The Presi¬ dent sticks to his first assertion and intimates that Sumner's story is little better than a falsification. We have n - it hi tig to say in defense of Sumner's veracity; we never heard him called Truthful Charles, but his statement oi what passed between the President and himself sounds very much like the truth, since it is full of those am¬ biguous expressions peculiar to him, and which permits him to talk with¬ out saying anything. As between Grant and Sumner, however, the lat¬ ter has the advantage of a clean rec¬ ord, while the former was convicted of a mean falsehood by Andrew John¬ son two years ago, and having been once found guilty of lying, most per sons will prefer to take Sumner's word in the present instance.' The law reducing the tax on tea, coffee and sugar took eflect on the 1st Northern manufacturers are not con¬ cerned in either, or no such thing could have happened. Sugar is a southern production, and ought to be taxed three cents a pound, on the same principle that cotton was taxed to punish rebellion. The tariff on tea is now reduced from twenty-live cents to lilteen, coffee from five cents to three, and sugar from three and five down to one and three-quarters and four. The Republican papers are jubi¬ lant over the wonderful generosity of Congress to th) poor. The secret is that it costs the northern people, the manufacturers and the bondocrats nothing. And for the same reason the generosity stops here. Ten cents a pound, taken off a poor man's tea, will save him half a dollar a year. But the same proportionate reduction of the taxes on his clothing, imple¬ ments of husbandry ami tools used in the mechanic arts would save him a hundred times as much. This can¬ not be afforded, because this govern¬ ment .supports the rich, aad it takes money to do that. The nabob wants but one suit of clothes, while his la¬ borers must have a hundred, and pay a hundred taxes to his one. The motto ofjthe government is : the poor ye have always with you, therefore tax the poor. Senator Wilson, it? relation to some attempts to rule opponents of the San Domingo scheme out of the party, has said: " It is the privilege of every person in the party to have a choice for our next nominee, and no one should or must be read out of the party who does not favor Grant's re- ncmination, nor do I believe there will be any attempt to do such a thing. If there is, it will fail." Grant may carry his San Domingo project, and go on toward war on the Butler programme for a while, but he must see from this character of expression on the part of his friends that his re- nomination is exceedingly doubtful. The only difficulty about San Domin¬ go will be to raise the money neces¬ sary to buy Congress. It is true the opinion of our Radical official at Washington has lately been expressed that loth Houses are purchasable for $50,000. But then, as San Domingo is supposeed to be a big thing and " a pile of money in it," there is some reason to apprehend that the mem¬ bers will rise considerably on the minimum price for which they are ordinarily purchasable, and they may require the lion's share before they give way entirely. Speaking on the subject of the Alabama and Fishery claims as the basis of the Grant and iiutler war claim, the Gazette Wash¬ ington correspondent says: In Democratic political circles here, the proposition to pay owners of vessels de¬ stroyed by Confederate cruisers the amount of their losses by this Oovern- diplomacy, intention of any other a Islet ion of t This of a peaceful election, result¬ ing in an overwhelming Democratic victory in spite of every Radical deviltry, with law end the bayonet gainst it! The Oonttitutionalist re¬ plies as follows : The EraU wrath Is specially directed against the Fifth District, and Congress is relied upon to give another tarn of the Aec .nstruction screw. We anticipated this sort of action on the part of our foes. We shoold prepare against it. Had the election gone the other way, the Wmu Bra would have I am foremost in cbsraou.,. It as a fair one; but now th.t is. i are all dough, the cry of frand, ic- Isilon and violence is raised In . p station of reaching Congress. If Don grass can ax up anything worse in the wsy of as election bill than the atrocious eff.rtof Akt.rm.an and MoCay, Coegrest. is smarter than ws suppose. If, in spit of Akerman and all hie works, snd Grant sad all his military, snd carpet- taggers and scalawags snd ail their peculiar have car we do not nded by an Jaatalitls, abort of on t-half o the while I nited Stales to demand clum from Englsnd. Leg¬ ion must perforce reduce the whole question to one of mere dollars and cents. The Johnson-Clan-n Jen treaty provided an honorable means of liquidating these demends. Will the matter be simplified by this process? Msy not the British Government well call in question the decision of Commissioners appointed exclusively by this Govern¬ ment? Upon the whole, however, it seems to be thought, even in Kadicsl cir¬ cles, thst the proposition, if adopted, will forever silence all clamors for war on that score for the claims will probably be whittled down to suit the views of our adversaries ! But the preposterous demands of the Yankees In lespect to the fisheries along the British possessions, may, neverthe¬ less, tiring on a war between this country and Great Britain, and finally must, un¬ less the power to do this mischief shall be wren -bed trom the bands ot tsose who now wiela it. Mr. Wilson knows the purposes of the Radical faction better than sny other msn in It. And wbst does he ssy? I have good reason to place the utmost re¬ liance In the truthfulness of the ac(Xunl of the "Interview" with hint. He is quoted as follows upon this matter: "The fishery question will doubtless oc¬ casion more trouble tbsn the Alabams claims, ss the .Provinces have already ta¬ ken sides against our ideas in the most forcible manner, snd ths horns govern¬ ment will have to overrule tbem, or, in other words, compel them, to s certain extent, to accept our terms. And wbst are "our terms?" "Be added that be thoroughly indorsed ths views of the President's massage, be¬ lieving them to be sustained by lsw snd justice, snd maintained that our Nev Eng¬ land fiiUeintrn have the right to fth wherever fUh may be found." The way attorneys are in more places than one allowed to badger and persecute witnesses, is well set off in the " Punchinello " correnitondence of the Boston Ouurier. We would com¬ mend the story of the distressed wit¬ ness to some of the courts and attor¬ neys hereabouts. It is as follows; At the beginning of last week I made my first sppearsnoe In sny court-room In the character of a witness, in the case of Valentine against Orson in which the point it dispute was the ownership of a trad of land in Wyoming Territory. I knew something in regard to the ss'e of these lands, and was fully prepared to tes¬ tify to the extant of my knowledge In the premises; but judge of my otter surprise antLhorror ou Ming ob.iged to go through fcuon an ordeal as the following extracts from my examination will Indicate: The counsel for the plaintiff commenced by asking me if I was a married msn, and when I had answered that I wss, he said: ' Is your wife a bailerer la the princi¬ ples of tho Woman's Rights party T" I could not for the Uie of ma see what this had to do with the land in Wyoming, but I answered that I was happy to say she was not. The examination then proceeded, as fol¬ lows: Q. You are happy, then, la your matri¬ monial relations? A. Yes (snd remem¬ bering the oath) reasonably so. Q. Is your wife pretty? A. Witness (remembering at once his osth and bis wife's presence in court) Hhe is pretty PIu"what are her detects? A. (Witness remembering only his wile's presence) 1 have never been able to discover them. y Do you wear flannel? A. Yes, in winter.; . . y. Can you testify upon your osth that you do not wear flannel In summer? A. I can. q Now be careful in your answers. What do you wear in the spring and fall? I I wear my oomni 'n clothes. With flannel, or without rlsnnel? A. Sometimes with, and sometimes with¬ out. (j. No evasion; you must tell the court exactly when yoa wear flannel, aud when vou do not. A series of questions on this subject brought out the tact that I wore flannel when the weather was cold, Ot cool; and did not wear it when it was mild, or warm. y. Have you a lightning-rod on your house? A. I have. O How much did it cost rou to have It nut up? A. It has not cost me anything yet f owe for it. Q. 1 that all you owe tor? A. No, 1 have other debts. q. Hsve you any money with you now? A. 1 hsve. J. How much? A. (counting contents of port-monnaie.) Bixty-.wv eeuta. Q Where did you gel that? A. (with embarrassment.) I borrowed It. Were you present when defendsnt first offered his land for sale to the plain¬ tiff? A. (brightening up. ) 1 was. Q. Have you ever been vaccinated? A. 1 have. U On which arm ? A. The leit. li. At the time of the first mention of this land to the plaintiff, who were pres¬ ent? A. (witness speaking with hopelul vivacity, as it he hoped they were now coming to the merits of the case.) A. The plaintiff, the defendsnt and myself. O- Do you use the Old Dominion coffee¬ pot in your house? A. dejectedly.) No, sir. q. What kind of a coffee-pot do you user A.. A common iinone. Q You are willing to swear it is tin? A. I am. O Has vou r wife any sisters? A. She has two; Anna and Jane. O. Are tbey married? A. They are. U Is either of tbem as. pretty as your wiie? A. lyuickiy) So, sir. t. Have you anv children? A. Two. Q. Have they had the measles? A. They have. o. Has anv other person in your house ban the measles? A. I have had thbiayl ana my wiie us uau mem. Q. How do you know your wife has hsd them? A. She told me so. q. Then you did not see her have them ? A. No, sir. Q. We want no hearsay evidence here; how can you swuar thst she bits had them when you did not see her have them? A. She told me so, and I believed her. H Did she take an oath that she had tbem? A. No, sir. Q. Then, sir, you are trifling with the court. Do you understand tue obligations of an oath? A I do. Q. Beware, then, thst you are not com¬ mitted for perjury. Is your gas-metre ever frozen? A. Yes, sir. Q. What do you use when the gas will no. burn? A. Candles. Q. How many to the pound? A. Nine. Q. How do you know there are nine to the pound? A. They are sold as nines. Q. Then you never weighed them your¬ self? A. No, sir. Counsel to the Court: Msy it please your Honor, this is the second time th:.t this witness has positively testified, un¬ der solemn oath, to important points of which he has no certain knowledge. I ask the Court for protection for myself and my client. Here a long discussion took place be¬ tween the lawyers and the judges, and at the end of it the case was postponed for four months. I i-uppoee it is expected thst I will then rea-cond the witness stand. but I hsve determined : rat when I enter a court-room again l snail appear ps a criminal. These fellows have much the easiest times., and they run so little risk, now-s-days, that their position is far preferable to that ol the unfortunate wit- NOTICE-REMOVAL. ALLISON BROS., Importers and Dealers in Guns, Cutlery Castings, Hoes, Chains Rope, Axes, Anvils Bellows, Vises, Etc., Etc, Builders' and Plantation Hard¬ ware ard Mechanics' Tools. 17 UNION ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. WW have removed from T0 Front Ptreet to tue above well known lncston, wbere we will be pleased to see all our oH customer? and friends, as well as the public gener¬ ally, lanl Non-Resident Notice. Ha be t int Chat Tennessee Martin Lan rt of Shel- V.Lsuter- rs. Julias IT appearing from affidavit In this canne that the defendant. Aaron fiaer, Is a citizen of Marshall oounty, Mississippi, and a non¬ resident of the Stat of Tennessee: It U therefore ordered. That he make his appearance herein at the court¬ house, in the city of Memphis. Ten¬ nessee, on or before the first Mon¬ day in February, 1X71, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill or the same will be taken ior confessed as to him and net lor in arli expar'e; and that a copy of this order te published once a week, for four suo- eessive weeks. In tbe Memphis Appeal. A oopy Attest: fcUM I'XD A. COI A. Clerk and Master. K;B J. 111.ACK. U. C A M J T. Hwyne and M. F. Jarnigan, Hols, for eomplaluanta. deM Non-Resident Noiicj. No. M0, S. L) In the Second Chancery Court of Suelby county, Tennessee M. Wolf vs. Michael O'Connor elal. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause 1 that t'uedetensasts, M)chn"l O'Connor and Uecrge Lu-by are sou-residents or the State of Tennessee: It i- tueretore ordered. That they make thslr appearance herein, at the conrt-hou-e in tbe city of Memphis, Tennessee, ou the Hist Monday in rebinary, 1871, and p?ead, an¬ swer or demur n complainant - blil.orthv same will be taFen for confessed ss to them and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy ol this order be pubili-hed once a week, lor four successive weeks, in the Memphis Appeal. A copy an test M. L. :.. tsTEWAKT, Clerk and Master. L.S V.. Lehman, Hols, for com pit. de.ll STOVES, ETC. 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Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Also, a large and complete stock of COOK AND HEATING STOVES, For wood and ccal, including Charter Oak, Telegraph, Concord, Magnet, Palmetto, Etc. Sugar Kettles, Hollow-ware, Dog Irons. Tin- war.-, and House Furnishing Ooods ol all kinds. A large variety of fancy, willow and maiket Baakeu and Bird Cages, Tubs, Back¬ ets. Brooms, Churns, Lamps, Wicks and Chimneys. Th nest Coal Oil and non-explosive Alle¬ gheny OH at 3) cents per gallon. Roofing and Outtenug done at short notice N. SCHMKFZENBERG, d 8 234 MAIN STREET. Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. 82 N. R First Chancery Court of Bhei- by County. .. a. Parker, Administrator, etc., vs. Lamlra A. Parker et at. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree for sale entered in the Hbove cause tiecember t, 1V70, i will sell at public auction to the high¬ est bidder, in trout ot the Clerk and Master's office, Oreenlaw Block, Secoud street, in the oily of .Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, January 9, 1871, within legal hours (subject, however, to tbe life estate of Lamlra A. Parkerj, the follow¬ ing described property belonging to tbe es¬ tate of R A. Palmer, deceased, to-wlt: Part of lot 88 on the inapnf the city of Memphis, being the same conveyed to R. A. Parker by A.O. Harris In a partition deed dated Jan- usry6, 1817. and recorded In the Register' office ol said county, in Book W, pp. Hi. 6 i. ii tit, beginning at a point on Mlsslsslpl row (now Front street), designated In said partition deed as the beginning corner of the south tenement conveyed in said deed by Parker to Harrin, thence esstwardly along the center ot tbe partition walls to tbe full depth of said north u-uemenl building, about 7u feet: thence northwardly along the out¬ side of the east wall of said building about 1-feet to the north line of said Lot No. 88; theuc wevtwardly along the north line of said Lot o. 88. ab..ut 70 feet to tbe tast side of V lsHisMopl row (now 1-ronl streeti. tbenc-e southwardly along Mississippi road, or Front strett, aix.ut 18;, leetto tne txKiiining wiiirn said lot and improvements were allotted to di-leij'iant i.smira A. rarxer as uer uower interest in said estate. Tkgxi or -A-.y On a credit of 12, 18 and '24 months purchaser to execute notes with ap proved security; lien retained for the pur i-hase money : title to be absolute. No right ot redemption to exist In the heirs, dialrib- uu-es it cr-uit us of aiu aeceaent. fr.urv i. . .-ill l.- , ... i, i .......... jui'ui V . . . v. v. v. . v i K i. v. an . . Htovnil A Kilpplo, aud Clapp, Vance aud Anaerou ir . o'l'piAiiianiH. am ME0ICAL INSTITUTE. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. NON-RESIDENT NOTIuE. No. 130 In the Sscond Chancery Court of Rheliiv county. Tenn. V. m M Harrington -nry rioweu. nrni oi r ri inieum a , vs. Sei. Andrews. Tolcot A Sons, in A Frayser, N. Flisgerald ACo. and 11 injunction bll' use that the cli of St befo: plea AI'P Th A l which it findants, I ork and i SMe, lent ot the e ordered, herein, at Di-ry Court pbls,on or V, 1871, and uanta' bill. -d as to and tbat a at a week Memphis it XI til, 1870, L. V McKi ART, Clerk and Master. ie Msllery. Peputy C. a M. jls. lor Complainants. Non -net notice. 90 U6N.RP IntheSeooDdCl of She t y county, lenneasee. is.' vs. W. B. Waidrau, o. M.Mboeuial Hhuter and wife, sallle A. St others. IT APPEARING from afnaavll in that tbe defendants. S. M. Bhoen Sbuter and wlfe,alU A.Shuler ai identso: thest ste of Tennessee; It 1 ordered, thst they make their a hsreln. at t he Courthouse of U.e -see eery Court jf Shelby county, in i Memphis, Tenn , on or be.ore the day In February, 1871. and plead, demur to eoinpiStoe.nts.jMi. o the he taken for confessed as to tiiein ii hearlt g exparU- und thai a c n y ot lx publlshet onoe a wk for four Weeks In the Memphis Apt kal. A oouy. Attest. It. I). I. STEWART, Clerk and Heath A Fraser. solicitors turoou eery Court W. Bedford ker, James i uter. and th is cause iaker. las. ie City of list Aon .nswer or .sine will id set lor .his order uocesaive Master. In the DlstrlctCourt of the United States for the District of West Tennessee. In Bank ruptcy In the matter of M. Kraus A Co, iiauarupis. neiore inos. J. umam, Keg later. To the creditors of the above-named Bank rupts: 1'AKE notice that a third trencral meet 1 log of the creditors of said bankrupts will ba held at the office of T. J. Latham, r.q.. negister m Bankruptcy, in tne city oi iieinpuis, itnu.,iti sam u strii i, on i uesoay Una l.th day of January, AD.. 171, at lu o'clock a.m., (or the purpose named 1 1 the tweniy-seventti section or the act of ( ou gress, entitled ' An act to establish a unifo-m system ot bankruptcy throughout the United mates. Aonrovea Mar-n i. 1867. Dated at Memphis, T-uu.. December 22, A.U.. iii7ii. Isaac FKjmt, Assignee. Non-Resident Notice. No. 148 In tbe First Chancery Court of Shel¬ by oounty. Tennessee Mollie A. Wynn vs Joseph J. Wynn. IT appearing from affidavit In this cause tbat the delendant, Joseph J. Wynn. U s clltsen of Texas aud a non-resident ol the Slate of Tennessee: It la therefore ordered, Tbat be make hlf appearance herein, at the Courthouse In tb city of Memphis, Tennessee, on oi before the first Monday In January, 1871, and plead, an- wer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same wli. be taken for confessed as to him and set for bearing exparte; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for four successive weeks, In the Memphis Ap¬ peal. A copy attest: LDMUND A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By. R J. Bi.At-K, Deputy Clerk and Master. lohn O. Klnule, Sol for eomplalnant. dei NOTICE. MsaeHAirrs' NATIOKA!. Bajti;, M emphik. a x.s- . Decern nr 17, 1KT0. THE annual meeting ot the iloukholders of this bank will be held a tnelr uejik- lug house. No. nst Main street, on the I"ih proximo. Between Uie hours of Ml a.m. and i p.m., for the purpose or sleeting dLreoioK for the ensuing v ear dels Sks i. FKWtMAN, Cashier. Non-Resident Notice. No. HO. In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby oounty, Tennessee. Agnes Lake vs Charles W.Noyes. IT appealing from bill filed In this cause, which la sworn to, that the defendant, ciiHrles W. Nnyea, Is a non-resident of the sta'e of Tennessee and an attachment bav¬ ins- issned rrom this Court against his prop¬ erly and effects, upon the grounds, ss alleged in complainants said bill, that ha Is a non¬ resident of the Slate of Tennessee and the same having been returned into Court lev- I. ef .; It Is therefore ordered tht he mske bis ap¬ pearance herein, at the courthouse of tbe Mecond chancery court of Snelby oounty, In ths city or Memphis, Tenn&ejee, on or before Uie Oral Monday In February . is' i, and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or t ne same will be taken ter contested ss to him, and set for bearing axpaite, aid that s copy or tula order be published ouee s week, for four successive weeks, lu the Memphis A : l ue.i . . This December 15th, 18-0. By Oku Oanti M - KT. Clerk and Master. -Br. Deputy C. and M. Sols, for com pi t- delt Johjt R. Watkijb, Brownavills, Tenn. J. V. FussaXL, Memphis, Tenn. W ATKINS & FUSSELL, Successors to John P. Hill A Co , Cotton Factors An COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 288 Front St: eet, Beak office, xp-iteln, Memphis, Ten. DR. RUSSELL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE! OK Largest ud Oldest lutltotloi of tbe Kind In the Southwest ; Eetab'lthf d Ten Yean, aad tbe only Relia¬ ble Plaice for tho CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES DR. RUSSELL, NO. a NORTH COCRT STREET, NORTH side of Court Square, Memphis, Tennes¬ see, la scknowledged by all parties Interested as by far tbe most suecesstui Physician In the treatment of Private and Secret Diseases. Quick, thorough and permanent cures guar¬ anteed! n every ca Be. male and female. Re¬ cent cases ol Gonorrhea and Syphilis cured In a few days, without tbe use or mercury, change of diet, or hlndrasos from business. Secondary Syphilis, the last vestige eradicat¬ ed without t use of mercury. SuJerers trom im potency, or loss of Sexual Power restored to fiee vigor In a lew weeks. Gleet or Gonor¬ rhea of long standing, when all Internal rem¬ edies have failed, permane ntly and speedily cured by anew treatment. Victims of sell- abuse and excessive venerv, suffering irom spermatorrhea and loss of mental and physi¬ cal power, spe.-dilv aud permanently cured. All consultation! strictly confidential. Office hours irom - a.m. to I p.m., and 2 to tl p.m. DR. J. R RUSSELL. Consulting Physlan. L. U WARREN, Secretary. Treatises on Chronic Disease furnished fteemptbgiUonjy MEDICAL. DISPENSARY. COTTON FACTORS. F. W. IRVINE & CO., Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 278 FRONT STREET, u? stairs, aver R. 3. Taylor ft Ca., MEMPHIS, ocfi TENNESSEE. WM. GAY & CO., Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 3G0 Froot Street, Between Madison and Monroe, Memphis, Tennessee. OUR stock, of which we are dally receiving, la 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 contlnuanceof the liberal patronage heretofore extended us. Liberal advances made upon consignments of any description to us. All cotton or other goods shipped to us will be covered by our open policies of insurance, unless otherwise n structed. We are prepored to Oil all orders for bagging ond ties irom our .arge stock. se4 R. S. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors ar d Grocers. w We have a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Flour, among which U ths old favorite Grafton 000 and Reincke's Eleqant. PART EE Sl HARBERT, COTTON FACTORS, XX TTJL-l-t S"Bty- APOLEOM HILL. . fONTAISI HILL, FONTAINE & CO. Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE GROCERS, - AND - COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 Front street bet. Monroe & Union, MEMPHIS, .... VkVNESHEE asfj M. L. Mkachak. E. K MkACBAM. A. W. Roberts. J. R Postob. M. L. MEACHAM & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS, No. 9 Union Street, Stonewall Blank, Jy Memphis Teaa BUSINESS CHANGE. rE have sold, this ''ay, oor entire Inter v eit. with cood will, stock and fixtures In t I.. ll.nM.. . it , TtbiIu In Uii.tra (X H Taylor a Co.. who wll continue the business at tbe old stand. No ZT8 Front street, and who are authorised to collect all accounts due. and to settle all claims against us. Par- tics having claims against the firm of K. s. Taylor A Co., are requeued to present them at onoe for payment. I he style of the new nrm will He as ioJiowr: C. H. TAYLOR &, CO. GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 278 Front St., Memphis, Teaa. V In retiring, we take pleasure lu com¬ mending our successors, Messrs. C. H. Taylor 4 Co., to our irlends and patrons, and would respeotlully bespeak for tnem a continuance oi ine patronage so long ana nierauy ac corueo to us. n.. o. i a j i.uit a tu. Memphis, December I 1870. de a. W. CON INGHAM. A. 0. ELLIOTT Cunningham & Elliott, GENERAL BROKERS, Room 9, Magnolia Block, Memphis. 0 Merchandise sold by samples. Prompt attention given to negotiation oi loans on uomis, notes or collate i bir. Agents tor R. T. WILSON & CO , Bankers and Commission Merchants, NEW YORK. We are authorised to negotiate for sale or purchase ol cotton through our principal, eltner Memphis, New York or Liverpool. LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY, Cures Colic and Urlplug in the Bowels, and facili¬ tates tbe proots of Teeth¬ ing. Hnixtues Convulsions snd overcomes all diseases in¬ cident to infanta and Children. Cures Diarrhea, Dysen¬ tery and Bummer Com¬ plaint In children of all S5h Pri X dm Prie X Cm Mrt. Whlteomb't Syrup. Mr: Whilcomb'e Hyrup. Mr: Whtteomb'$ Byrup. it Is the Great Infant's and Children Hoothlng Itemed in all disorders brought by Teething or any other catse. Prepared by the aUAKTON MKDICIN CO., si . Lonls, Mo. Hold by lirugglcta and dealers In medlclm X QSM HITE CORWINE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union SL, Appeal Building, W We take pleasure In stating to our pa Irons that we have removed our Job Prlntir. aVitabilshinen t to No. II Union street, Apps Building, where we hope to see our eld tomers and as many new ones ss will exam¬ ine our work and prices. We are now pr pared to do all kinds of Printing and Bind ing on lbs moat reasonable terms. Oor stock of Cards, Kill beads and Cap Pa DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY 210 Main Street, Up-stairs, Between Adams and Washington, MEMPHIS, : TENNESSEE, Fl now permanently established for the treatment of patients, both male and fe¬ male, who are afflicted with any form of Venereal or Secret Diseases, Such as Hyphtlls, Gonorrheas, Gleet, Strict- ores, and all Urinary Diseases; Syphilitic or Mercurial Affections of tbe Throat, Hkln or Bones, Orchitis, Hernia or Rupture: also, the effects of a Solitary Habit, ruinous to the body and mind, producing Blotches on the Face, Debility, Impotency, Dizt.tness, Dim¬ ness ol Sight, Confusion of Idsat, Lvil Pore- boding, Aversion to Society, Loss ol Memory. Weakness, etc; not all of these in anyone case,blit all occurring frequently In various oases. Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains Cured by s New Method entirely my own. Particular Attention Paid to the Disease sf Weaea, Such as Excessive Suppressed or ralulul Men- sir ation, Leccorrhcea or White, Failing ot the Womb, and all lrrrgniarltlea of the Monthly Periods, causing Sterility or Barren¬ ness, and oftentimes consumption. Persona who hava been under the treat¬ ment of other physicians, and have not been cured, are Invited to call, ss I can cure all old Syphilitic Diseases, It makes no difference of how long standing. They will yield to my CELEBRATED VEGETABLE REMEDIES, to which thousands can testlf), who have beep cured by me In New 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, upon all Diseases pertaining to his Specialty, and all other diseases, not requir¬ ing his attention outside ol his onice, " A separate office for Ladles. OfBoe hours from 8 o'clock a.m. to ft p.m. oclS D. B. JOHNSON. M.D. FURNISHING GOODS. 8T1BL18HBD, DH1 FORSYTH'S STANDARD SCALES, OF all kinds. Nearly 300 varieties, adapt to every business. Every Scale ranted oobbjcot, BnoM and d trails. OHUiiL. isnus. t Corner Monroe and Front streets, Bole Aawn -if iMem phl and Vicinity, tall stock always on hand. is IB Uw Your Attention to this Card 1 Extraordinary Induce mento Offered la OlottLing AMD FURNISHING GOODS! AT TUB OAK HALL CLOTHING STORE. FOR THE NEXT SIXTY DAYS I WILL OF- fer my large stock of lients' aud Boy's Clothing. Furnishing Ooods, etc., etc., at greatly reduced figure. at such low prices that every larmer, merchant or mechanic will be ab e to purchase a neat and comfort¬ able cult for the coming cold winter, no nut¬ ter bow low the price of cotton or how hard the times sre. NOTICE MY PRICE LIST: Fine Black Cloth Suits at 125 and $40, worth i ' and (75 Fine Beaver Suits at 26 and Ho, worth 835 and Ota. Fine English Melton Suits at 120 and SJO, worth $15 and $40. Cassimere Suits at $15 and $25, worth $25 and $40. Velveteen Suits at $18 ami $25, worth $ and $40. Cuorauroy Hunting Suits at $16 and $25, worth $25 and $35. Overcoats at $.0 and $30, worth 520 and $45. Talmas, 512 and $211; t apes aud Cioks, $11 and $2U; Boy's and Youth's Suits trom $1 to$:o; Boy's Overcoats irom $5 to $18. ?he above suits I have in any sise, color and style, embracing the long and snort frcck, sacque and sRoquet'e. Utve me a trial, and you shall gel a good bsrgaiu. Bemember the place. Oak Hall Clothing Store, 251 Main Street. dei2 Bol, Eallo. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. r. H. CLARK. J. S. WILKIS8 F. H. CLARK CO. IMPORTERS, Aad Wholesale aad Retail Dealers la Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds SILVERWARE, Spectacles, Fancy Goods, Guns, Etc., Etc., Etc., No. I Clark's Marble Block, 290 Main Stroat, : Memphis, Tenn. $3 WATCH ! $3 WATCH ! THE GREAT EUROPEAN EUREKA Aluminum Gold Watch Co. HAVE APPOINTED L Y. DEFOREST & CO., Jewelers, 40 AND 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Sole Agents for the U. S. AND have authorized them to sell tuelr great Eubeka OoLn Aluxikum UoLn WATcnas lor Thkee .'Jollaks, snd to war¬ rant each aud every cne to keep eorrtct time tor one year. This Watch we guarantee to be the best and cheapest time-keeper mat Is now In use in any part of the globe. The works are In donnle cases, Ladles' and Oenls' lae, and are beautifully chased. The cases are made of the metal now so wide'y known In Europe as Aluminum wold. It has the EXACT COLOB OT UOLU, W bleb IT ALWAYS KE- '.ains; It will stand tbe test of tbes.rongest acids; no one can tell It Irom Oold only by weight, the Aluminum Oold being 1-fu lighter. The works are made by machinery, same as the well known - merlcan Watch. The A'umiuum is a cheap metal, hence we can .afford to sell the Watch for $3 and make a small profit. We pack the watch safely in a small box and send It by mall to auy part of the U K on receipt ot $3 50: fl.'ty cc;,t" for nscklng and postage. Address all orders to L V DEFOREST &C0., 40 and 42 Broadway, New York, In all parts of the United States, to seU L. V. DEFOREST & CO.'S Aluminum Gold Jewelry AGENTS are making $200 to $300 per week sellliiK the Aluminum Jevelry. I'he best Imitation of gold ever Introduced, it has tbe exact color, which It always retains, and stands the lest of the HtroiiLfest actdn. No one can tell it from gold only by weight the Alumlnnm Geld being about 1 10 lighter. L. V. DKroBkST A Co. are selling their goods ior i-iu tne price goiu jewelry is oiu lor, and on most liberal terms to agents - ;-4 cash, bal¬ ance In 30,80 and vo days. We send persons wishing to act as agents a full and complete assortment ot goods, consisting ot Veals, aya-aa-leM, sieeKeta, Ladles and uenw t Iiams, Pins, Kings, Sleeve Buttons, Htuds, etc, for $103 $25 to be paid when the goods are re¬ ceived, tbe other $75 la 30. B0 and 90 days Parlies wishing to order goods and act as agents win address L. V. DEFOREST 4 CO., 40 at 42 Brent-way. N V DRY GOODS. The Victoria or Ladles' Gem Is the great invention long and earnestly wished it by ?-our sex. We desire smart and energetic adv agents to Introduce our popular and Justly celebrated article lu every village, town ann ciiy in i ne worm, it is t-igniy up nrnveil ol endorsed and adonteil hv all ladies of taste and refinement, and is now agreai favorite witn tnem, it is wnat every lady has wished ior. gives perfect lieedom of ac¬ tion, and Prevents Catching Cold at a Critical Period. Endorsed and recommended by all emi¬ nent PHYSICIANS AND DIVINES. will purchase at sight, lu merits are APPARENT AT A GLANCE. Druggists. milllners.dressmakrrH and those who keep fancy stoics wli! find our excellent Invention gives perfect satisfaction, and telin very rapidly, and netting enormous profitu to agents aud dealers. Town and oonntry rights given Ine to all who desire ei gaging In an honorable respectable and pronlabln busiuess. und at the same time, dolns inavi to these Buffering companions In life. Samples $2, sent tree by mall on receipt of price. Hend for wholesale clrculara. Address, Victoria Manufacturing Co., dsc7 J7 P rk Place, Mew ork Notice to Creditors. HAVING qualified as administrator of B. Verrl II. deceased, all persons are 1 eisbv notified to present their claims, nronerly proven according to law, within Uie time nreecrlbed: and those indebted will nicaaa corns forward an.i settle. D. H. POJTOV, .In AOffl'f Of B, Merrill, dee'd. GREAT REDUCTION! SWEEPING Reduction JANUARY, 1871, A Month for Great Bargains B. LOWENSTEIN Wishing to take stock on February 1st, we are determined to close out Jurlag this month all our CLOAKS, SHAWLS, FURS, JACKETS, HOODS, N8 AS READY MADE SUITS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS, Hosiery and Gloves, Fancy Silks, Plaid Velvets and Velveteens, FRENCH MERINO! Empress Cloths! Plain and Plaid Poplins, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, BEAVERS, AND Waterproof Cloths! To Insure the Immediate sale of these goods, we have marked them down to flgirea considerably below their real value. We have also made a Oreat Reduction in price of Black Silks, Col d Silks, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Laces, Trimmings, Etc. We also offer EXTRAORDINARY INI U CLEMENTS IX Damasks, Napkins and Towels, Shirtings, Sheetings, and HlUso Furnishing Goods, Of all kinds, for the present month, as we are resolved on closing them out. B.Lowenstein&Bros. 242 and 244 KAIN STREET. CORa JEFFERSON. JUST RECEIVED And for Sale Low, IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS: A lot of Mackerel, 1, 2 and It; Codfish; A. Field's Cove Oysters ; Hardlnes; California champagne ; Bardeilen, Herring, Salmon, ., ete. Berliner, Getreiie, Kumitei, Scotch aad Irish Whiskies. The finest Imported LIQUORS AND WINES Always on hand, as alno all klnda of Domestic Liquors. Virginia and Western Tobaccos. "PLEASE GIVE U3 A TRIAL!" A. 8CHK1KERH CO., dW lfO Front Row. "Clark Gallery." THIS OLD AN n WELL-KNOWN E8TAB- llahment continues to keep lully up to the progress ot the art. PORCELAINS Are here made tn fierfeetion and are beauti¬ ful pictures, much liked on account of their flattering qualities. Any face will look at¬ tractive in this style of picture. PHOTOGRAPHS From eard to life size, pointed In oil or water colors, including tbe celebrated REMBRANDT. PORTRAITS In every slse. STRANGERS, wiule visiting the city, are Invited to call. The entrance Is through F. H. Clark A Co. 'a Jewelry Store, and Is free and unobstructed, while a cordial welcome will meet yon. Re¬ member "THE CLARK GALLERY," Coriw Main and Madison streets, Memphis. BBBBBBBl FORRENT. The Paoiflo 13". otel, In the city of Little Rock, Ar formerly known as the " Anthony House." THIS well known property will be offered for rent alter the lOth day of January 11. The furniture can be ourctiii.eil nn rn. tonable terms, or tho present proprietor, Mr James A. Henry, will sell a half interest in the furniture and fixtures to any party de¬ siring a par nershlp with him lntbenotsl buKtneaa. Apply to GORDON N. PKAY, l.nue hock. Are. Carolina Life Insurance Co. OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, President, 1. 1 WICKS, tot W-Pmik-t. i J. T. PETTTF, 24 VIce-PrMldwL V, F. PCI IX I J. H. EDM0N2S0S, 8.trj A ELLETT 4 PHELAH, Attorney?, EKTU, - - 40 JfJUlFL CENT, 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 i BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS ! THESE COODS Must Be Ssld, 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. ML L0EWENSTINE, SOUTHERN PALACE, 332 MAIN STREET, : : MEMPHIS, TENN. HAVE NOW ON EXHIBITION THE FINEST STOCK GF DRY GOODS, FANCY COODS, FURS, Cloalis, StLc-wls, EVER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET! Twilled Sateen Striped Poplins, 25 cents per yard ; So! id and Changeable Poplins, 15 cents per yard ; Double width Alpaccas, all colors, 15 cents per y. tad All Wool White Blankets, f2 50 per pair; Heavy Oray Blankets, $2 50 per pair; Genuine soft finish Lousdale Domestic, 15 cents per yard ; All colors Striped Silks, $1 00 per yard; Fair quality Black Silk-, $1 00 per yard ; White and Bed Flannels, from is to 20 cents per y rd; Cotton Flannels, Brown and Bleached, 15 cents per yard; Children's Red Flannel Cloaks, 50 cents ; 10-4 Sheeting, 35 cents per yard ; Brown Domestic, from 6 1-2 to 13 cents per yard ; Ail Wool Shawls only 50 cents; All Wool Shawls, large, $1 35 each; Stamped Boulevards, 75 cents each ; Balmoral Skirts, 50 cents each; Ladies' Black Cloth Cloaks from $2 00 to 2 50; All Linen 8-4 Table Cloths, 37 1-2 tents each; All Wool Printed Table Coveringf only 75 cents each; Gray and White Knit Undershirts and Drawers only 37 .1-2 cents; Men and Women's Hosiery only fl 00 per down; Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs only 15 cents ijach ; Large size Lawn Handkerchief, 4 cents each; Good Apron Checks, 12J cents per yard ; Children's Wool Hose, all sixes, 10 cents per pair; Corsets, only 50 cents apiece; Towels, warranted pure Linen, only 8 cents each ; English Merinoes, all colors, only 30 cents; All Wool Plaids, for children, only 30 cents perywd; Heavy Jeans, for Men and Boy's wear, 20 cents er yard ; Bed Ticking and Hickory Stripes, 12 1-2 cents per vard;' We can sell a good White Shirt at 75 cents. Look at our Plain and Figured DeLaines at 20 cents; Ladies' Shawls for $5 () the best ever sold in this n-jirket- Joeeph Kid Gloves, all sizes and colors, every pair guamnti Largest stock of Furs and Silk Velvet Cloaks and Evnni Satins in this market. We sell our own make of Boots and Shos. and warrant n-orv ntir jar Exclusive agents for Memphis for the Grand rtilitv Whir hir lUU UU'-.t TTCUli only l; iiks and W We keep constantly FULL AND FRESH STOCKS of the tollowine Goods, which will be sold at CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICE: Batchelor's fud stock Kip Boots and Brogans: Full lines of Clothing and Hats; Jeans, Tweeds, Kerseys, Beverly Twills, Satinets, Cassimeres, Plaid and Striped Osna burgs, Heavy Brown and Bleached Domestics, White Llnseys, AND ALL OTHER GOODS FOR PLANTATION USE SOUTHERN PALACE, - - - 332 MAIN STREET Goody ostx- eft? 3E3T. ills, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. Paints, Oils and Oye Stuffs, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc., 281 MAIN STREET, BET. MADISON AND COURT, Sign of tlxo 331g BgortJtr. i JSLea-rtlxLm Toi NOTICE. MAYOR'B OFFICE, CITY HAI.L. 1 MXMPHltt, Tjlhh.. Dc. li, UNI f The Interest falling doe on tbe lt day of January, 1471, on the bonds ol the city of Memphis, will be paid oa presentation of the'proper ooBpons, at ths office of P. M. My¬ ers A Co., Bankers, No. ai Pine street. In tbe City of Mew York, on and aftxr Monday, J an nary t, 171. dels JOHtf JOHNSON, Mayor. TO COTTQNSHIPPERS. LIBERAL advances mad on cotton for sale tn New York, or through oar friends ba Liverpool. BENNKR, BROWN PINKNBY. 9 South William street. Re fur to Branson Bayllss, Esq., H. V. Bulk- y. Esq. ocS JOHN H.HOWK. JOHN H. HOWE.JB HOUSE AND SI8N 3EP ainters, No. 42 Union Street, Bet. Main snd Sswad, - Memphis, Tenn. ear Graining, Kali a as trig ana Onuds ptomjKlr attsadsd to. deB F. M. CSeTASSA. OXAJttLsB MtMD I 1 Office of DeVASSA & CO., LABOR AGENTS, Na 14 Peplar St., & W. oer. Ov trios Motel. . MKjfPHIS, TENNX48EE. P Contracts for Labor, or BMs tw nlabed on moat favorable trmaw A white. dVl