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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL THUESDAY, JANUAHY 12, 1871.
sehphis appeal OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE CITY. THURSDAY M0RNIN6, JAN. 12, 1871 A. intelligent gentleman at St. Louis, writing under date of January 7, say: "Von may rely upon the election of General F. P. Blair to the United States Senate from Missouri." Much a result would be eminently satisfactory to the Democracy, who nave a high respect for General Blair as an honest and able man. His war record ought to satisfy the ltepubli- i ana, if they consider that, in these days, any merit. Ae drops of water precede the full¬ ness of the coming shower, so do oc¬ casional paragraphs from the press indicate the beginning of the canvass for the presidency. It is said that an enthusiastic Connecticut man pro¬ poses to bet fiuuu that John T. Hoff¬ man wili be nominated and elected President in l?-2; $1000 that Gilbert C. Walker, of Virginia, will be nomi¬ nated and elected Vice President; $1000 that Walker will receive the larger popular vote, and $1000 that the State ol Connecticut will give a ma¬ jority for Hoffman and Walker. What has teen gained by the elec¬ tion of Clayton to the United States Senate lrom Arkansas? First, the en- trauchisement of the people cf Arkan¬ sas. McDonald says Clayton controls enfranchisement, and Clayton says the disfranchised shall be enfran¬ chised. Second, the destruction ol the Radical party In Arkansas. Mc¬ Donald says that will be the result of Clayton's election to the Senate. Third, another and a powerful ene¬ my of Grant in the United States Senate. Grant, as he did in Missouri, sought to interfere in Arkansas, in favor of the election of McDonald to the Senate, and avowed himself the enemy of Clayton, who has promised to pay the reticent and green Presi¬ dent in the same coin. These are re¬ sults worth chronicling and worth be¬ ing jubilant over. iVttl 'f peal had made a fatal mistake it exhibited that kind of seen which sandl-pox sufierera at hoo.se are said to feel on the arrlv a fresh cart-load of festering patients. But how fleeting and transitory are human calculations. The Democracy ot the Arkansas Legislature kave sus¬ tained by an almost unanimous vote, the policy which the Appeal has ad¬ vocated for the last four mouth", and which the Avalanche has opposed. The Democracy of Arkansas are vir¬ tually enfranchised, the Radical party is destroyed in the State, and Grant has another enemy in the Senate of the United States in the person of Clayton. Verily, these are great tri¬ umphs, and we congratulate our friends in Arkansas on the result, and we deep! sym pa tise with our neigh bor of the Avalanche in mourning over his blasted hopes. The Haynau card didn't win. Fall back on " Bour¬ bon," self-laudation, and continue your simulations as to " what will Mrs. Grundy say," and by and by you will hit upon something that will replenish your exhausted stock of damaged ammunition. CbMrxt, from a Republican source, the following, from the Pittsburg . . wurtti attention. Am uesty, if it comes at ail, comes now so late as to be nearly worthless, though it may yet be true that "better late than never:" The past year was and there are Dot even any thai can be subserved bv Europe is indebted to us fo ot a great civil war closing male resort to the scaffold now add another bright pa lory by cancelling a!i penal ing upon a treah national ca signalieed in this n of the States ot id Texas to a rep- , and by a marked t ments which had Let the year upon be made niemor- ;y. The few ma - can do no harm I scheme MM I j u en pes will not limited to to be oomi and lo tin M re to our bis- ies and enter- -eer without a rders disfran- 1 he conse- imous policy m country or r will endure nrlcal writer rovemnients. It is high wisdom to be generous. The Cincinnati Enquirer ought to know the instincts and feelings of northern people, and how correctly to represent them. Speaking from the Buckeye State that paper say: "The New York Tribune is hopeful ot a long lift-. It says: ' We expect to see in a few years numerous negro officers .f the regular army, even though Cadet Smith should fail to be one of them.' Every year will diminish the hopes of the Tribune. The repug¬ nance to white men being governed hy negroes will reassert itself with more power as the feelings and pas¬ sions engendered by the war crow w.aker and weaker, as they certainly will with ever humiliation of i Senate and Hon at Washington Democrats and repulsive feelinj ated until r.rirle passing year. The iving negr I in the Represented ve rticipated in by iblicans, and the 1 n it be ohliter- untrv and race shall cease to exi-t. Bayonets may keep .jia feeling from open manife tations of repugnance; but it will nevertheless exist, 'and '.grow deeper and M bitter by its forcible repres¬ sion. Such is our opinion." HmiAcK Greeley, at the recent meeting held In New York for the purpose of harmonizing the Republi¬ can party, said : As to the administration ol General tirarct, I recognise no one as s Republican the nt, ore- rebel li n and slavery, are assured and perpetualed. Do you hear that f Fifteenth amend m stone by which Radii ed. He calls the Fift "that keystone of our political arch," the "fruits" of Radical "triumph" over "rebellion and slavery." We have always believed the same thing, and consequently have opposed, and shall continue to oppose, this "key- Greeley sayB the it Is the touch- Uim is to be tewt- th amendment stone" of the Radical an-h, and to ac¬ cept this "fruit" of Radical "tri¬ umph." It la evident from the above that the Fifteenth Amendment be made a leading issue in the Presidential election ; and, accoi to Greeley, all who recogixe "keystone" are good orthodox It Ls said there are good men in every lodge, church, county or party. And though among Southern Radi¬ cals such men may be hard to find, we will not deny that there are some good men in the Republican party. These men are now in the forefront for enfranchisement, and rallyingand recruiting steadily. They are tbe men who necessarily have the most influence, aud they will bring with them large numbers of less worthy men. The prescience of such men as have intellect influence and a future will warn them that the people will not long sanction injustice, and that the day of univer sal enfranchisement and amnesty must come swiftly. They will get down on the right side of the fence and come as a great host to the resto¬ ration of the down-trodden Constitu tion all its principles or none. The influential St. Louis Democrat is now an outright advocate of sentiments of which its name is descriptive. It says : " There is no longer a reason otner tnan me success ot a very ques¬ tionable partisanship, that can be adduced for maintaining disabilities and disfranchisements against any of the people of any part of the country, either under na tional or State Constitutions. The reliefs aflorded by special acts of Con gress only restore the more prominent leaders, and are but too apt to cast upon those who vote, as well as those who receive such favor, the imputa¬ tion of unworthy motive. A general umnesty, on the contrary, would at once prepare the country to confront the questions of the future relieved from that mirage which now clouds the vision of so many on all sides with reflections of the past. It would terminate likewise, by destroying the pretext for those occasional combina¬ tions and clans that seek to gratify private malice or mercenary ends by assuming the garb of an outraged sentiment of justice. And why shall a ieople so full of Christian char¬ ity as our own be held to the degrading task of vindicating the dtad by perpetuating injustice against the living? We respect the dead as all do the dead who died in perfect faith, and whether that faith was the faith triumphant or the faith vanquished, we must recognize that the faith dominant should of right he magnanimous. What is freedom of thought If there is to be no forgiveness for opposing convictions? What is all Republicanism if the success of a majority is only to result in juasi- slavery of a minority? On the con¬ trary, is it not of the essence of mon¬ archical to find strength in conceu- trateu class rule, however that classi¬ fication may be perpetuated keeping itself alive by rituals of recitative loyalty ?" Will next Re¬ publicans, and all who renounce it are heretic-. Politics are indeed anomalous when a Southern Conser¬ vative paper accepts a measure which the organ and mouthpiece of Grant and Radicalism calls the "keystone" of Republicanism and the "fruit" of Radical usurpations. We are not suf¬ ficiently imbued with the uew era and the "new nation" too much of a Democrat and a "Bourbon" to aid Greeley in dovetailing and Inserting his "keystone" in the "political arch" of Radicalism. Newspapers sometimes apiiear to be in tbe condition of a certain old lady in an English comedy we re¬ member to have seen performed many years ago, when the stage prided it¬ self on "holding the mirror up to na¬ ture." This old lady had a neighbor, of whom she stood in great awe, in¬ somuch that she never did anything without asking herself, " What will Mrs. Grundy say?" The Appsaj. Is ihe'Avalancie'i Mrs. Grundy. With the Avalanche it. is not what is proper and becoming, or what will conduce to the honor and interest of the pub¬ lic, but what will the Appeal say ? When the Appeal suggested the pol¬ icy which has been adopted by the Democrats of Arkansas, the Ava- iancU was dreadfully exercised. It reared and pitched like a little dog in high oats. It was absolutely shocked. Haynau was the burden of ;? song. It seemed to think the Ar- Uxaocoi xtably our special dis¬ patch from Little Rock, for which we had provided, failed to come to hand in time for our yesterday's Lue. From the Avalanche' special and from private dispatches it appears that Governor Clayton has been elected Senator of Arkansas for six y ears, from the 4th of March next. The vote of the House was 71 lor Clayton, and JJfor Roots aud 1 for Dunham. In the SenateClayton U-'i, scattering 2. Following promptly on this vote, a bill for enfranchisement of the people has been introduced by Mr. Elliott Into the Senate, which, il it passes, will 9have the effect to re¬ store the control of the State to the rightful authority of the sovereign people. There is no good reason now apparent why this great and good end should not be fully attained. The attainment is a victory, though it may have been secured at a heavy cost. And so, beyond doubt, the Democrats regarded it, as is evident from the fact that they voted for Clay¬ ton as the instrument of Its accomplishment, almost without a dissenting voice. We congratulate our neighbors on their good fortune. Clayton we know is not their choice any more than he is ours. For his own character, conduct and record in the past he deserves no such good lortune. But for the future, lor the good he can do, for the deliverance from oppression he brings, though himself an oppressor, a Browulow, a Holdeu, a Scott, a Bullock or a lieast Butler, and considered as the agent lor the grt result of enfranchise¬ ment, we welcome his election as a boon, which, though undeserved by him, it was the part of sound wisdom and true statesmanship through his instrumentality to confer. To refuse such an advantage, when within the grasp of the people, would have been suicidal folly. It is not wisdom to act upon personal considerations, on pas¬ sion and vengeance, though there Js personal unfitness, though there is never so much to arouse aversion, and though vengeance and revenge may be de¬ manded by justice, most especially when you are impotent for this pur¬ pose with your head in the lion's mouth. The course then is to do, not what you will, but what you can, and to gain ower for public liberty by such means as remain to you to be embraced without dishonor. It is upon this principle that, suppressing even just resentment lor the undoubt¬ ed outrages he has committed, and uuwiillngly, we have been con¬ strained, In view of all the tacts which came to our knowledge, to ad¬ vocate the election of Clayton. The members of the Legislature of the tttate, having acted on the same view, and, witn better knowledge of the situation than we could pretend to, we have satisfactory reasons tor believing have done wisely, and will have the thanks of the people tor bringing good out of evil, aid se¬ curing what otherwise would have been hopeless fora longtime to, come the control of the State by the citi¬ zens and patriots of the State. The end justifies the means. The only objection urged, so far as we know, on the part of the press or people of Arkansas, has been the personal unfit¬ ness of Clayton. But after all, and conceding the utmost force of the ob¬ jection, the choice was between Clay¬ ton and McDonald; and of the two it is now apparent enough that Clayton, with all his sins on his head, is the preferable man. Our neighbor of the Avalanche, so infuriated by passion against Clayton, though a pretended Conservative, as to be blinded against the wisdom ot any conservative policy, and still fur¬ ther blinded as to what might be best to be done by its antagonism to any suggestion of the Appeal, right or wrong, only because the Appeal sug¬ gested a line of policy, has taken pains to interview Mr. Senator Mc¬ Donald on the whole subject. And the result is such an emphatic con¬ demnation of itself as makes it wholly unnecessary to respond with a word of defensive comment. Our neighbor decidedly "put his foot in it" when he published the sage comments and vaticinations of his friend McDonald. Being rather the friend ol that distin¬ guished ex-candidate, our neighbor's reporter doubtless had more ready access to him than the Appeal re¬ porters could have done. But the blunder consisted in publishing what he said after the reporter obtained it. The fact that it was condemnatory of the policy of our cotemporary should have suggested discretion and the suppression of what only confirmed the wisdom of the course of the Ap¬ peal, and confounded what it had, if any, of its own. McDonald makes up a rather ugly detail of the doings of Clayton, it is true; and so much the Avalanche particularly wanted, though that was a thrice-told tale, in relation to which no one needed to be informed. But McDonald proves the wisdom of electing Clayton, gives the best of all reasons for the votes of the Arkansas Con¬ servatives and Democrats, aad sus¬ tains the policy of the Appeal, the unwisdom of which it was the partic¬ ular purpose of our co-temporary to exhibit. Thus it is that The best la:d scheme of mice and men bid you good evening," said the re¬ porter. "You are very welcome," said the Senator. Whereupon the curtain fell en the "interview." It must have been a scene worthy the pencil of Hogarth or tbe pen of Knickerbocker. Alas, for the sad misfortune of our neighbor in having only half whipped France as yet, and being equally un¬ fortunate in its Arkansas Waterloo. RAILROADS. The Memphis and Ssvtnnth Read -What as Old Railrsad Bslldsr Says of It. Uang all a-ele ; And leave us naught nt grief aud pain For promised Jay The "biter got bit" and Haman hangs on Mordecai's dilemma. "A strong dilemma lu a desperate cate." So much for his argument and pur¬ pose, it he has either argument or purpose. Hear what .McDonald says as to Clayton : I believe ii be can carry out his plans tbe Republican party have nn hope either n the present or in the luture, but havinp serum conhdeu'-e in the Legislature, and elievirir that before it goes too far that he eye of the members will be opened to a sense ot the situation, and that such reforms will be inaugurated aw will de- iver us lrom onrpteseut situation. Thus imperfectly does the reporter, or McDonald himself, give his meali¬ ng as to what he expects of the Leg¬ islature. But it is evident he thinks that the carrying out of the plans ol c lay-ton will leave the Republican party "no hope," and that the only hope of the prolonged life of that party in Arkansas rests on the inau¬ guration by the Legislature of some scheme to counteract the plans of Clayton one, and the principal of which, is enfranchisement. Now, on his effort to counteract ths plan of Clayton, it is plain he thinks, depends the life ai:d salvation of the so-called Republican party. Is that what our Liberal, Independent, Third Paity, Conserv¬ ative, Anti-Bourbon, Avalanche, wants? Is that the reason of its sympathy with McDonald, and the reason why it looks to him as Sir Oracle for instruction as to Arkansas politics? "No hope for the Republi¬ can party, torsooih. mat is jut what we want for it death and dam¬ nation, at the cost of suffering a few of its scoundrel leaders to mount and ride a brief space on the crest of the ncoming wave of enfranchisement and freedom if need be. Millions for literty, but not a cent, a thought, a word, a wish for its foes, not necessary to ciierisn treason to the oppressors, though we may be compelled to despise the traitor. The informatien McDonald gives is encouraging. 11 is "hope" in the ljeg- islature will be dashed by its action Iready initiated. He expresses, as is present and long entertained sentiment, that i enfranchisement should only be "brought about by and within the Republican party." He has uome to this conclusion delib¬ erately, as an extreme partisan and a thorough Radical. Thus he says: J have, however, nover left that 1 would be Justitied on my own part in taking a decided step on the question of the re¬ moval i or uaiv by my those o, brough ncan parly. Clayton repentantly says restore now rights which have been withheld too long. McDonald says he has never felt that he would be justified in recti¬ fying an infamous wrong until it suited his own party, and its time had come to profit by it! We confess we prefer Clayton the " Haynau," with at lea-t some manliness aud returning sense of duty, to a man who is so the slave of party as never to have " felt " he would be "justified" in doing an act of simple justice until permittt d and commauded by his masters. In preference to such a man we would vote for Clayton aud curse him at thw same time, as we have no doubt was done by every conservative member of the Legislature, who voted fir him. His chief charge against Clayton is that he took meas¬ ures to secure and enforce enfran¬ chisement that a usurping tyrant used fore in the interest of the peo¬ ple! And the Avalawut sympathizes with McDonald In bringing the charge! It supiMjrts the advocate of fetters, and opposes him who has the power aud the will to strike ofl the chains! Clayton was willing to go to the I euiocrats, while I, McDonall "have been entirely willing that they should corns to me." Poor fellow he got but one recruit, and that was our neighbor, naked and helpless, without scrip or purse or sword to bring with him, and unable to coax another volunteer to keep him company. McDonald and our neighbor are alike unwilling to go to the Democrats, but "entirely willing " I.enjocrats should come to them, and about equally successful In effecting their will. The Avalanche has the thanks of McDonald for lion¬ izing and supporting him as the chief enemy ot enfranchisement, aud McDonald has the thanks of the Avalanche " lor the valu¬ able information relative to the political eondition of Arkansas." " I The following letter has been handed us lor publication: Colonel Wm. Dickson: Dear Mr I am in receipt of your letter ot the 4lh Inst., and also the Memphis Daily Apfkal of the 24th ult , In which my attention was called to the article beaded " Memphis and Savannah Rail¬ road," over tbe signature of "A," In which tbe writer says It is wisely sug¬ gested that this road, and the Tennessee and Warrior Rivers railroad, miscalled by him the Chickasaw and Alabama railroad, should run out from Tuscumbia forty miles to Big Bear creek, from whichjpoint one lo branch off in the direction of Tus- aioosa, and the other in the direction of Elyton and Opelika. I must needs oon- f as 1 do not Bee the wisdom of the aug- gosiious. The prominent teature in the Tennessee and Warrior Rivers railroad is to connect the navigable waters of the Tennessee river with those ot the War¬ rior, Tombigby and Alabama rivers, all of which will be accomplished by the construction of tbe Tennessee and War¬ rior Rivers railroad. As an incorporator and the original projector of the enter¬ prise, I profess to know something about it. The line of this road will be precisely on the trail of tbe buffalo and the Indian, when instinct led them the nearest and best route from one point to another. These were ihe first corps of engineers who made a survey of this route. In starting out from Tuscaloosa, the road will pass up between the Lipsey and North rivers, crossing New and Bultahatchie rivers on the water shed, from which point the waters How in three different directions; on the north into tbe Tennessee river, on the west into the Bigby and on tbe south into the Warrior. Thence we pass on from the water shed, by the way of Allen's factory, on the head waters of the Big Bear creek, l hence uu down Cedar creek, crossing the Memphis and Charleston railroad at Dickson, and thence on to Chickasaw, at ihe toot of all the shoals in the Tennessee river. This road will run for one hundred miles through a continuous bed of Lron and coal of a superior quality, and in iu- exbaustable quantities. In addition to this there are vast forests of the most neautifnl long leaf pine and other valua ble building material and cabinet woods. There are magniiicent wa ter powers from one end of the road to the other, which are perpetual, being fed by cold sprines having their bead in the mountains, sub¬ ject neither to tbe congealation ol winter nor ev-Hp iration ana absorption ol sum mer. Ihe climate on mis line of road the finest on the continent. There water power sufficient on this line of road to turn all tbe spindles of New and Old England. Tbe southern terminus, resting no the nortnern iitnii or me nnest cotton belt in tbe South; on the west are the richest prairie lands of Mississippi. Tbe northern terminus, resting on the south bank of the Tennessee river, and the southern boundary of tbe great meal and gram-growing region of the West penetrates ihe richest mineral deposit on the continent, mere is no more impor¬ tant road in the entire South, and no one which will do more to develop the mine ral resource and manufacturing capabili tie ot ihe state, ana none wuicn win con tribute more to her material wealth, and certainly no one which will contribute more to the prosperity of Memphis and to the Memphis ana i narieaton Kailrottd Company. From Diokson on to Memphis it win ie a iremeiiaoue teeaer. It will be the nearer! and cheapest mar¬ ket for the supplies of iron and coal, also lumber of the beet qiialitity in inexhaustible quantities. Whilst I thus .-peak in laudation of mv own road. have nothing to say in disparagement of tne .Memphis ana savannah railroad: I think it an excellent road and hope it will be built. I, however, protest against any consolidation into that or any other road. I do not see the objeotjo! tapping :ne arnni puis ana i nariesion rauroadat 1 uscumbia, above the shoals in tbe Ten neesee river, w e desire to go direct to deep water. There is but one possible way tor us to run together, and that Is tor the Memphia and Savannah railroad tj descend the mountain near Newburg, anumeuce run aown me vaney, which wou id penetrate a rich vein of iron, ten or nne-n nines in leueiu, to the old iron works on Cedar creek, and then intersect our roau, and thence run with us to Cuickowee. The writer, "A, suggests the propriety of President Wicks calling the attention of the Board, in tbe Janu¬ ary meeting, to the importance ot hav- lug the first forty miles of the route care¬ fully examined by a practical Geologist, and of j lining tbe President of the Mem¬ phis and Savannah railroad in making a preliminary survey of this part of the roau. i ne i resiaents ot these roads are at liberty lo make any arrangements they think proper, provided they do not inter¬ fere and infringe tbe charter rights ol my road; in which event a third will have lo be consulted. During last fall I addressed the Presideut of the Memphis and Cnsrleston railroad, and also tbe Presi¬ dent ot the Board of Trade of Memphis, and called their attention to the import¬ ance of aiding in the construction of the Tenneaseeand Warrior;Rivers railroad, as it would open up to them a mine of coal and iron whose supplies are simply inex¬ haustible. It la lor them to determine which road they consider most important, and to which they will lend their aid. There is one fact to which I wish to call the attention of all parties. In going off from Dickson we reach coal and iron in about tbe same distance we would travel to reach Tuscumbia, from which point they would have to travel thirty or forty miles before reaching either. I shall ad¬ here to tbe original route, from deep wa¬ ter in the Tennessee to the nearest navi¬ gable pomla of the Warrior, Alabama and Bigby rivers. In conclusion, I am, with much respect, yours very truly, J. C. WHITE. GROCERS AND 0QTT0N FACTORS A. C. TuiDVtLL, late Meacham A Treadwsli A. B. Tksa UWKI.L., of Treadwell Bros. H. A. Thiadwiu, ot Treadwell Hi on. B. D. Tkkauweli., of Treadwell Bros- A.C. TREADWELL & BROS. Wholesale Grocers AUD COTTON FACTORS, NO. il UNION STREET, Stonewall Block, : Mempbir, Tmw ssr From the above card it will be seen that A. C. 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Field's Cove Oysters ; Bardines; California Champagne ; Bardeileu, Herring, Salmon, etc, etc. Berliner, Cetreide, Kummel, Scotch and Irish Whiskies. The finest imported LIQUORS AND WINES Always en hand, as also all kinds of Domestic Liquors. Virginia and Western Tobaccos. "PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL!" A. BCHKUFERB A CO., 158 10 Front Row. BOOTS AND SHOES. 6000BAR & GILLSLAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealt?, s h BOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, 11 MAIN STREET. WEBSTER Memphis, Ta KLOU. We are now receiving our Fall en i Wlnte Block the largest we have ever oCered to the trade. We invite am. Mebchabts to call and examine before buying. mb20 Important to Cotton Dealers ! OASh. Advanoes 1 ST We are authorised by Messrs. David Dows A Co., New York, to make liberal CASH Advance ou cotton, either to be held in Mbbphis or for shipment to New York. T00F, PHILLIPS & CO . del3 Ms. 268 Front Street Wm. Xj. XxxT, ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, Mo. 7 Madison StrMt. STOVE DEPOT! N. SCHWARZENBERG, PROP'R, 234 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. SOLE AUENT for the NENTAL WOOD ( OC Reservoir, wutch can be nary square top cook cheapest extension lop celebrated CONT1- K BTuVE; the only ; oven doors and tn- r pater.t hot water a' lathed to an ordi p cook stove, making the ion top Ceokins stove in Merupnts. A double, ven'ii-ted nre back, thirty-one pieces of ti immlnga, with each stove. Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. Also, a large and complete stock of COOK AND HEATING STOVES, For wood and coal, Including Charter Oak, Teleg'aph, Cescerd, Magset, Palmetto, Etc. Sugar Kettles, Hollow-ware, Dog Irons. Tin¬ ware, and House Furnishing Uoods ol all kinds. A large variety of fancy, willow and maiket Baskets and Bird Cagts, Tubs, Buck¬ ets, Brooms, Churns, Lamps, Wicks and Chrmneys. The best Coal OH and non-explosive Alle¬ gheny Oil at 35 cents per gallon. Roofing and Ouitering done at short notice N. SCHWAFZENBERG, MEDICAL DISPENSARY. DR. D. S. JOHNSON'S MEDICAL DISPENSARY 210 Main Street, Up-stalrs, Between Adams and Washington, MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE, IB now permanently established for the treatment of patients, both male and te¬ nuis, who are afflicted with any form ai Venereal or Secret Diseases, Bach as Byphllls, Gonorrhoea, Oleet, Strict¬ ure, and all Urinary Diseases: Hypbllllieor Mercurial Affections of the Throat, Skin or Bones, Orchitis, Hernia or Haplnre; also, the effects of a Solitary Habit, ruinous to toe body and mind, producing Blotches on the Face, Debility, Impotency, Dlxalness, Dim¬ ness ol Bight, Confusion of i-teas. Evil Fore¬ boding, Aversion lo Society, Loasot Memory. Weakness, etc. ; not ail or these In snvone case, but ail occurring frequently in various Carolina Life Insurance OF MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE. Hon. JEFFERSON DAVIS, Presid . J. WICKS, 1st Vt-rrsk!MT. I J. T. PETTIT, 2d Ylfit-Pj F. MYLE. Secretary I J. H. EDM0NC? ; LU.ETT & PHELAB, AtTOnMys. DIVIDEINI). - 40 Rheumatism and Rheumatic Pains Cured by a New Method entirely my own. Particular Attettlen Paid te the Ms Sf Wo Buch as ExeesstTe suppressed or Painful Men- tr .atlon, Leuoorrbeeu or Whites, Falling of tbe Womb, and ail Irregularities of the Monthly Periods, causing Sterility or Barren¬ ness, and oftentimes consumption. Persons who nave been under the treat ment of other physicians, and have not bet n cured, are invited lo call, as t can ou Syphilitic Disease. It makes juv long stanclug. Xbey wl CELEBRATED VEGETABLE wnicn tnoosanas can testify, wt;' -.id e of my tO have been cored by me in New Orleans, Memphis, Cairo and various other places. Ail communica¬ tions strictly confidential. NO PAY, UNTIL CURED, Will be required of parties living and doing mm in Memphis. I ted personally, or pertaining to his lsoKses not requlr- buslness on their owl The Doetor can t by letter, upon ail . Specialty, and all lng bis attention oi - A separate oi Office hours from ocU n. ton p m. i NSUV M.D. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. r H. i LA,. K. J. B. W1LK1SS principal office-no. 42 eaoison street HAVE YOU HEARD OF THE GREAT PANIC AT LEVETT & CO S HOOTS AND SHOES! Cotton and otlier commodities are down, tneretore we have determined come down, and we now offer :ne Largest Retail Work ever I tains "n mr,urit:il:. pl.eu, BBBSBBBBS lr Ui MAlfl CJ 3 OO Main, Corner Unior that SHOE shaa r. ; L4B a pair. uD etkoXfs. root. 3 odyea r WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALES3 IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEf?1.CALS, Paints, Oils and Dye Stuffs, PATENT HEDICINES, PERFUMERY, FANCY ARTICLES, Etc, 281 MAIN STREET, BET. MADISON AND COURT, Hiu of tbe Hits Mortar. IVT m i 1 1 Teuu. PARK AVENUE ACADEMY, l.F P.. M EX 2 renty boarders .v.. Principal. d-8 Rl MAIN HTREET. MERCHANDISE BROKERS. ml ha-ve from this date admitted Mr. F..A. WA i.IVC'h. as a partner In the late firm of Rates A Co., aud tbe business In be future will be conducted under the Arm name and style of Esles dl Wallace. KM Lo A CO. ilempniH, January c, mm ESTES & WALLACE, MERCHANDISE BROKERS ASD COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ns. 9 West Court Streot, Nenpbls. A full line of samples, representing ail ttie Eastern ma-keis, will be ouud at nil times, either In our office, or on the table at Chamber of ''ommerce. lano B. W. CUNNINGHAM. A a. BLLIOTT Washington College, (Virgixai). GEN. G.W.CUSTIS LEE, Pres't. Are here lul ptctu flatter in 1 tractive tr perfection and are beautl- uch llkeil on acconnl of their Itles. Any face will look at- 1 style 01 picture. PHOTOGRAPHS From card to life else, painted lu oil or water coiuru, including tbe celebrated REMBRANDT. POHTKUTH In every else. HTRANUERR while vteliiug the city, are invited to call. Tli. entrance ls through . 11. Clark Oo.'i Jewelry Stsr, aDd ls free and unobstructed white m cord tail welcome will meet you. He¬ lm in ber " THE CLARK GALLERY," IVru'-r Main and Madison streets, Memphis teS TR.STfcE'S SALE HORN LAKE LANDS!! P0IWUANT to the term' of two deed In trust, which ar recorded lo Book N. 3 Of thv records of moi igyufn uid trust de.Ht page p7J, tn 5Ti, at nerunndo, Mishit- lppl, the one executed ty r. P. Man u lng and tue other by W. x. Arbucale. both conveying to me, as Trustee crtain lands therein men¬ tioned, to iterure the payment of notes dne to K M. Fletcher; I will, as TrusUe, proceed to Ht-ll, on Monday, ihe 13th of February, 1871, Manning the snutii i - Trustee. January 10, Wl r. B. c.nevAsnA. ourt-aouae door. In Hernan- lor cash, the lollos-lng real ne tract convtyed by T. If. icres fronting the -allroad lu rner ofsecth n iwo, In town- . near Alden stallou,and cribed by m!es and founds eoord, pages 57i and &73; and MiuTeytd by W. T. Arbuckle, 60 acrrs, iutt south of and Lake depot. DeHoio county, kedialely east oftlhe railroad, described In said trusl deed, ss and bounds. The title is actiy good, but I convey only J. n. .uuiiii AW, lruniw )anll CHAB1.BS KSKDAU Office of DeVASSA & CO., LABOR AGENTS, Ns 14 Psplar St., 8. W. osr. Overton Hstei, MBrtPHiM, TENNmSKJC Tr- Contracts for Labor, or men fn nlshed on most lavurab.s Unas. A white. d4 -pHKSPKlNO TKRM of the present session A begins ou iiiv 1st oi f ebraary. Tbere-ar rangen:eut of classes tin made enable stu¬ dents to enter the Beveral schools with ad¬ vantage. Htudents entering al this time pay only half fees. All the Academic Sri ools of the t'olleue. as well ss the Proiusslonal School of Law and r .v : kf.k su, aie in full operation. f r runner information, anurem WILLJA POLl). Jana Clerk o' Facolty, Lexington, Va. REMOVAL. Offick Mississippi Valley Iks. Co., 1 Mbbphis, Tbnk., liec. 30, 1870. j THE office ot the Mississippi Valley In¬ surance Company has this day been re¬ moved from 14 Madison street to TBI Main street, ovar the German National Bssht, n til the completion of 1U apartments In Porter A Robinson's building, on Madison street, be¬ tween Main and Second. JOHN A. rT-EBBINS, d30 Vice ITtsldent. Walnut Bend Farm for Sale. RNOWN as tbe Tom Polk Farm, containing acres tHU acres in cultiva'lon. new glu-house, gin and mill, together with ail necessary buildings, c'sverna, and other lm f rovemenU, stork, farming utensils, etc. etc mprovemanls nearly all n w and In first- rate condition. Wa will sell one-half or the entire tract on good terms to a r sponsible purchaser. For turttiei particulars apply to O. FALLS A Co., Jan7 22K Front St., Memphis. Tenn. IMPORTANT TCI TEACHERS, I WISH to rent my School Room and Fix¬ tures, at Bolivar, Tann , to a competent male teacher, whom I cs-n recommend to my patrons: also to employ a good lemale teach¬ er to assist me In a High School to be estab¬ lished at Austin, Ark., on tbe Cairo and Ful¬ ton railroad Addiess for three weeks, J. M. UUHB4.KD, Hubbard's Practical School, janT Hllvnr, Tenuesiee. A. B. BATTKXJ.K. J. (i. B ATT BLUB MEMPHIS ROLLING MILL. J3 A.TTETjiiJ3 CO., Manafactnrers of. all slxea of ROUND, SQUARE AND FLAT IRON, Cotton Ties, Pish Bars snd Bolts, Railroad Spikes, Chairs, Etc. MKMI'HIS, : : : TKNNKSMEri Office at Works, on Wolf river, In Chelsea. Old Boilers aud jther Wrought-Iron Scrap bought. novi NOTICE. District of West Tennessee, I In Bankruptcy. j At Memphis, Tennessee, Z,d day of Decem¬ ber, 1S70. HK undersigned hereby gives notice at bis appointment as assignee of H. w. RA fin AN. at MeuiDhiU. Shelby C"ULtV. State of Tennessee, wfihlo said District, wbo BBS Seen adjudicated a oanxrupi upon nis own petition by the District. Court of sala District. o. WcOLDtUDUIt, Assigns. Offiee, BOK Main street, StUN Cunningham & Elliott, GENERAL BROKERS, Room 9, Magnolia Block, Memphis w Merchandise sold br samples. Prompt attention given to negotiation or loans on bonds, uotet. or collate! ,1s. Agents tor R. T. WILSON & CO , Bankers and Commission Merchants, NEW YORK. We Are authorized to negoiAte for Mie or purchase u: coUoti through our irtni pa.1. at enut-r aieiopuiw. ew iom or l-iverpoot. F.H.CLARK CO. IMPORTERS, lJ bVLaIusU ft-.!...- la Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds ! MeiDphlS Appeal SILVERWARE, Spectacles, Fancy Goods, Guns, Etc., Etc., Etc., Ns. I Clark's Marbls Black, 290 Main Strajt, : Memphis, Tenn. $3 WATCH ! $3 WATCH 1 1871! 1871! LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN. THE GREAT AfVj. cnf.Tuiv Afrl. SM Jfra. WhOamb't IEDY. It is the Ureat ln'a. - HooUilng Kemwly In all disc BTTeethlng or any ot!.-r cans. Prepared by me OKjTSbs tXJ.,t?L Louis, Mo. Hold by druggist and darters 1 wanted lo set LIFE AND CAMPAI6NS OF ell tnelr a Gold to War- reel lime THE GREAT EUROPEAN EUREKA Aluminum Gold Watch Co. HAVE APPOINTED L V. DEFOREST I CO., Jewelers, 40 AND 42 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Sole Agents for the L S. M bave authorised them l. great Lubeka Gold ali Watchxs lor Three holi-ak- rant each and every rue to see tor one year. This Watch we guarantee to be the best and cheapest time-keeper tnat Is now In ubs In any part of the globe. The works are In double cases. Ladles' and Gents' alxe, and are beautifully chased. The cases are made of tbe metal now so wide:y known In Europe as Aluminum Gold. It has the KXACT CO LOS Or .,!.... Which IT ALWAYS KB- tains; It will stand the test of tbe wrongest acids; no one can tell It from Gold only by weight, tbe Aluminum Gold being 1-10 lighter. The works are made by machinery, same as the well known tmertcan Watch. The Aluminum U a cbeap metal, hence we can anord to sell me Walcn lor S3 anu make a small prodt. w e pack the ateh safely In a small box and send it by mail to any part of the U. 8. on receipt of S3 50; fifty cents for packing and postage. Address ail ome. to L V DEFORcSr fcUO., 40 sod 42 Broadway - New York. THE CHEAPEST PAPER Gen II. LEE OK- ITS SIZE IN MEMPHIS! By JA3EK9 U. McCabe. lr.,of Va. COTTON FACTORS. John R. Watkins, Brownsville, Tenn. J. V. Fcssbli., Memphis, Tenn. W ATKINS 8l FUSSELL, tucceser9 to John P. Hill A Co Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 268 Front St eet, Back offiee, up-stalrs, : Memphis, Tenn R S. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors ard Grocers. SW We have a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Flour, among which ls the old favorite Grafton 000 and Reincke's Elegant. PARTEE ih HARBERT, COTTON FACTORS, BP IS XI TT-n1jrT.v jtZ?f APOLEON HILL. ii. rONTAINB. HILL, FONTAINE & CO., Cotton Factors. WHOLESALE G ROGERS, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 Front street, bet. Menroe & Union. MKMHHIH, .... TENNESSEE. BBSi W. H. Kkdvine. late with Peoule'a Hank Clarence P. Ucm. lormerly lobe. Huui&Co. Hamuel UiBt, formerly .Vloaby A lluut. MOSBY, HUNT Sl CO., COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Dealers In Produce, Groceries, Bagging, Iron Ties, etc.. 3To. ao4 Front Street. (Mosby A Hunt Block), Memphis. Tru.v WE respectfully solicit the na'ronafe of Ihe old customers of our lormnr bust. ness asacciai Ions, and the trading public gen¬ erally. Ve Insure all conslm.msnta i,7.n otbei wl.e Insf rncte.1. ,' In all parts of the United States, to sell LV. DEFOREST & CO.'S Aluminum Gold Jewelry AGENTS axe making $3U0 to SSOOper week selling tbe Aluminum Jewelry. The best Imitation of gold ever introduced. It has the exact color, which It always retains, and Hands the test of the strongest acids. No one can tell it from gold only by weigut the u UCId neing about I-IV llgmer. itnrr A Co. are selling their goods ' price gold Jewelry Is fold tor. ai We endeavor to render the Memphis Appeal DAILY, SUNDAY & WEEKLY As Useful, Reliable ard Interesting an any Newspaper piiitte-d. We aim to mskt It the most reliable pabUcation in Aietupbla, com¬ peting tor pnblic favor, giving the earliest aDd rpt,t iniormatiou required by merchant and others, in Its colums are found able EDITORIALS On all Pnblic Questions. TELEGRAPHIC REPORTS Prom all parts of the world. e MARKET REPORTS, Giving a comprehensive Review of Trade In Mem puis, snd a Prices ctbbbst of every article of Merchandise in Maraet, Domestic or Foreign, witn . variety of t'oMBaBciAL Mattes, ot interest and value to every busi¬ ness man and family, and A RIVER NEWS COLUMN, Complete In all the detail, that make It of uuusn. vi.ue lo river anu cuuimercia; Address A phis. Tenn. L. V. Uefosest A Co. are tor 1-lf tbe price gold Je we ou most liberal terms to a ance in 3u, tsj and 90 days, wishing to act aa agents a assortment ot goods, est Bracelets, Lockets. Ladies' Pins. Kings. Sleeve Butt I'Si t'jo to be paid when c-lved, the other ST5 in Partit-s wishing to order agents will address L. V. DEFOREST & CO 40 & 42 Brnsdwsv. and complete ng of Heats, , nits1 Chains, ituda, etc, for gooris are re- and Uu days, s and act as N V HARDWARE. 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. TO ADVERTISERS. As an Advertfflng Medium for Ranke"", Merchant, and r raiders, tbe M-.MPHW AF- PAL, In any of its editions, is not surpassed by any other paper in the Suutuwast. Our circulation is IBrge. and found lit nearly every town aud city In tne Houiu and West. 8T1BLIBHED. 1841 FORSYTH'S STANDARD SCALES. Or all kinds. Nearly 2 to every bualnt. ranted oobbeit, bsbsbss Corner Monro Bole Agen i c rMen nil wr' iw, - HITE C JOB PR! 14 Union St say We take pleasure tn rons that We have remov EstaollHhment to No. U 0 Building, where we bope toxners and as many new lne our work and prices, part d to do all kinds of lng on ihe most reaaouahl Our stock of Cards, I Papers Is complete. ?t Lir- i - v. ai exanj- e are now pe- rlnllng and Bind- lheaos, and Cap The Memphis Appeal, AS A POLITICAL. NEWS, AND COMMERCIAL JOURNAL, I. not surpassed by any of Its rontempara- riea. It la tbe PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE For the Professional Man, for the Merchant, lor the Farmer, for the Mechanic. LAUTERBACH & BRO., IkrorXD respeet'ully lnfoTn tbe'r fr!nd. V Y and tne public in g ncrvl thai they have reopened their new .... , Se ... Front street, where thev ke p constantly SB) hand a new and excellent assortment ot Dry Goods, Clothing. Bcots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc , Which will he sold at premising lo exert oi sl! who call. LA t2 rices, leate "We have removed from : to tbe above well known loci will be plHosud to see all out and lriends, as well as the al'y. ro Front street Ion, where we oH customers public gener- anl Subscription Price Greatly Reduced DAILY- For one year (exclnslveof Sunday), tlu Stj Fc.r six months, $5 Uu; For three months, S3 00. US DAY-For one vear, 12 50; For six months, 1 1 ii; For three months, 75 cents. WEKKLY For one year. 2 SO; For six mourns, 1 1 S; For three months, 75 cents. CLUBBING RATES. -To clubs CHANCERY SALE OF MEMPHIS SUBURBAN PROPERTY. obedlmce to a art of rutou c I lASt mer, admiolatrato eeaaed, vs. Maittia ms, the ketrs aad Mheiton. I will, on decree of t'je Chancery creditors ot aa.. Saturday, January 21, 1871, At the eonrt Ingbm, sell. ol six monil O. Snellen : boose door 1 n ' teu per cent., or Ave per o services; or. if preferred, an oomiusallon will be made. angeiui-nis as to The Victoria or Ladies' Gem la tbe great Invention long and earnest ly wished far by your sex. We tleiie smart and energ. tic ed article in every village. nitieworul. It la i.lgbly nn- i sod and adopted hy all ladieH lusmt'iit, and ta now a grfa'. uem. It Is what every lady gives perfect tretHioiu of ac¬ tion, aud Prevents Catching Cold at a Critsca Period. by ail tiiil PHYSICIANS AND DIVINES. win n advert extent forced tlon of parts 1M. sent when Address, ADVERTISERS e MEMPHIS APPEAL the best medium In the rotate. The great rariery of Its reading matter lias ata, Dplei stake 12 links eaat of i thence south test side of Kerr avsnue: with the north boom finning, containing : m proved and deirai tlier particulars nn da' least two good secorttt cnaser add lien rela.n Wl I. M. Steele, Solicit. Apnesl Butlrl Kndorscd and recommend . I nent Every lady alwolntely requires one will purcbase at a gut, Its menu are and 1M NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. District Court United States, District of West Tennessee. In Bankruptcy-ln the matter vi n. n . iwuin, nauarupi. ' I 'HIS la lo give notice that on tbesthdav X of January, 1X71, a Warrant of Jlankrupt- wa laaueu uui ui me insinci ,,ourt ot the Lulled States for the Dlilrict of West Ten - SSBSSS against the estate oi A, W. Yonng, of ... ... ,u uiv wuutj ui onemy, in sala District, wbo bae been adjudged a Bankrupt on bis own petition ; That the payment of any debts and tbe de¬ liver ot any property belonging lo au'-h Bankrupt to him or for hi. ue and tbe trans¬ fer of any properly by him, are forblodfu by law, ana that a meeting ol ihe creditors of said Banfcrttpt lo prove their debts and lo choose one or more Assignees of bis estate will be held at a Court ot lisnkrup'cy lobe held at Ne. aS Main street. Memphis, Ten¬ nessee, before xbomas J. Latham, Esq. ' Keg- Isler in Bankrupt -y for aald Dis'rlc, on tne Usl at January, A. D IsTi, al lu o'clock a.m. Jan? L. B. tATu.N , V. b. Marshal. APPARENT AT A GLANCE. Druggists. riulllnerK.dr'mm:ilti.ra and t.hri wm, at, li in.. ! sioies win and our excel -nt uventi.m gives t e: feet i Isfct Ion and s. very ranldly, and ueillns enormona nrn to ageu'saud dealers. Town and coon rights given trie to all who desira ei aaas in an iiiinoraoie respectable and profitable uusii.,u, auu ai ine same unia, doing gooii to these suffering companions In life. Samples Ii seat rree bv mall on receipt ot price. Send fur wholesale olranlara. Auuress, Victoria Manufacturing Co., jtxL. f ntttfe NOTICE. MA VOH S OFFICK, CITY HALL. 1 Memphis, Tbbi.. Dee. 15, 1S7V. J SWTbe iBterest raltlog due on the Ut day of January, tWl. on the bonds of the city of Memphis, will be paid on presentation of the proper ooapons, at the office of P. M. My. era Co., Bankers, No. Sl Pine street, in the City of New York, on and after Monday, January a, ISTI. JOHN JOHNSON. M Mayor. Peabody Hotel s-.This well-known ho-ise has passed into the hands ot the under¬ signed for a term of years. He will spare no attention or expense to make It a first-class hotel in every respect, and hopes to merit a liberal patronage, WM. C. MILLER. Proprietor. 198-12 Main St . Near Washington Chancery Sale of Real Estate. No. hy tn; virt ale 1 1 Friday, February 13, 1871, Wilkin legal hoars, the following desorlkftf propel ty. to-wit: Latest styles Joint leas elastic SKIRTS, and Werly and I'OSBBSoFrencn Coria, from slseMto.1. Sole Agency for the Improved BKKAST PROTECTOR. WHULBHALK and KETAIL. mm Situate of leunesa Kalelgh road; Be, thence sooth J line of Hill su eel degrees west tt) tei west on tbe line t to the Kaieigh i o. east along said roi being the same Woodrnrrto Then by deed dated Ma the Registers oiEi part 1st, pp. le is a building Tzbvs orsaXB - note with good se retained ; -uulty a t otn est Flg.ngt Non-Resident Notice sr wi asltre COLLJN8 CO., m Main Sl, asals agents tor the sooth. ; No. 140, B. D In the Seeoad Cbancery , ou-t of Snelby oonuiy. Ti nim. " H-olf vs. Michael O'Connor et aX T appearing from affidavit tn tils eaSBw I that the deianBAnta. Mtehasl u'Urmnor and Gecrge Lu-by are nou-realdenU 01 tbe stats of Tennessee: it ls therefore ordered. That they make tbetr appearance herein, at the ccart-buu la the enjr of MampOl. Tenxussaee, en tr - ,; Mondny in February, 1S71. and p'e.. sweror dsmar t" compialn.nl . 01... or the same will ha taken for confessed a. to ihem .n,i for bearing exparte: -ind tbr a e nr I : una order be sibiUned t nee a w k, tor Appeal. A oopy astest. ail U STEWART, Clers. aad Maater j a , Lehman, Sola, -.or cemp.i. a