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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
1BLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEISTIST., MONDAY. JANUARY 23, 1871, VOL 3t UNITED STATES SENATE. Daawetat c Strength to IkU Brocb of the next Cesarean. In the United States sSenate which convenes on the 4th of March, I87L, thrp will be the following Demo¬ crat: Nt-w Jersey J. P. Stockton. Msrvinnd G. Viekers and Wm. T. Hamilton. Dav i,' Thomas T. Bayard and SoC. Carolina 7. -bulon Vance. Alabama George Goidthwaite. Ten in - ? E. K.Cooper. K 'w k Grret lavis and of the gate on the land side. There are ten land fronts ; these, together with the water fronts, being pierced by about 11 9 embrasures, which, in the land fronts, are confined to the bastions, tl ere being no arrangements for artillery on the curtains. In the water fronts on the bay there are three or four breaches, through which the tower can be assaulted. The cas¬ tle is connected with the enceinte, and situated on a hint! near the bar. The gates of the town are three in uumoer, two oi inem on trie riV' fronts. The town can be very ea.i THE WAR. THE FRENCH AGAIN B HA TEN. Ixjndon, January 22 Dispatches r'H'ived in this city to-day a-ser that on Thursdaylthe forts defending i'aris opened a vigorous cannonade on the German lines, under cover which a large body of troops emerged lrotn the cm John A JJ st Iro.a V Deuioc lina.is tarn n the Sv le-s ran than I her 3 n M mm UOylM Vmm I Bepuo from I and on are eigl 8 .athe. bayone the pe the po pleted i Dernocr From t TotJ organic with th ern BtsCt two 1 la litem. tiuh r B ifl -d t.y a threat Wa. not aud toil Btieal n G. Thurman. Frank P. Blair. -Fugnc Casserly. . B. Kelly. ml will te elected from nia, and probably one ia. There will be fifteen if Vance, of North Cato- red out of the seven ty- rs that now constitute No political body ever I ne views ot the people uate. New York, with Democratic majority, is i there liforiiia. ken by assault. The bar at the mouth ot the river has but thirteen feet, and appears to be shoaling. At the town the river is about lour hun¬ dred yards wide, and craft drawing about thirteen feet can navigate fif¬ teen miles from the mouth. The reports conclude: There is cer¬ tainly little reason, judging from what I saw, to call Dominica a "white re¬ public." The great mass of the peo¬ ple are negroes and inuiaUoes. A general indolence aud apathy seems to reign. There are no indications of either commercial or agricultural prosperity. Money and the comforts of life are scarce. Wages are low, ex¬ cept when foreigners are the employ¬ ers. The mass of the pople seem to be iiertwuiy contennja to i-KAout u existence in cave huts, ranting support to their bananas and coc a severe engage ling in a complete eh, with great loss - is the first series mt to be attempted wi rotn tne by the fiance of escnted be com i. ready there (excluding ft 14 rn Mate, .lb ratic Siatee represented by .. 10 42 t, thp.t if the Senate was n the 4th of March in ac- Lh the late elections, and in opinions of the South- sere would be in it forty- ats and thirty-two Bepub- mocratic majority of ten. bout the old rotten bor- illation in the British mrnons, which was mod- aeform Bill of 1812 under lorcible revolution if it ?. It was equal, honest Ot mucf and wil tht the nit Bh ive thm ?nt po- nerican I it will f those t their nceably aocracy ig rein- ten era! jhn W. ;e Gold- a man ability, expect in the ? fcdec t- nu.s. The American negroes of Sn ana express more ambition anil desire of improving their condition than the others. The best possible feeling ap ikmus to prevail toward Americans uiuch better than toward the English and trench. THE NEWS. There Is another war brewing in uarracas oetween j'uigar an l uuzman Senator W tlson is President of the Washington City Temperance So ciety. New Orleans, delighting in diapa sonic screaming, bus cnga-'ed Lie Franc, the tenor, to sing ten nights ior j-ijou. There is great commotion in Kng land because of troubles in the eari net and the rumored purpose of Chil- aers 10 resign. Hutchings, wno runs a hashery in the io Semite valley, is lecturing upon its oeauties tne valley s, nimu you, not the grub mill's in l'hiladel phia. is saia, grows very us increasing yearn iKlest faith that he is een for year; SAN DOMINGO. General KcCitllis's Report 1854. It ia The lollowing are the principal fea- ti-.a the a-t i.ort ol i ivis, h?cre- port under 3 . claims as ild line ba¬ be mouth of the Da- river, about eight Dauphin, and tol- n to its head. It . ward of west, fol- ie Dondon and Mar- of the mountains valley of the streams running to , running a little he summit of the the waters of the tos emptying near J crossed the Arti- ti; there its direc- Hhcast (crossing the as far as to the head anil, finally, it fol- m to its mouth, at of Btorl Tennyson, it "crabbed" with He cherishes a i the only true pc The New York Star paid a dividend la-t year of 14 per cent, on the capital inyesiea, vincn is popularly supposed to be considerably over flO. Joe Howard has been re-elected editor and manager. The N en Y .rk Iron Aye says that e Franco-Prussian war has utterlv cxploiivd the Idea that heavy iron, or iron-piaied, vessels are of any tinted cal utility, either for offensive or de¬ fensive purposes. A dispatch from Terre Haute, Indi¬ ana, says ex-Congressman Henry D Washburn, Purveyor General of Mon¬ tana, is dying oi a pulmonary disease at his h iaie, in Clinton, Vermillion .county, Indiana. The Michigan Senatorships, accord ing to a report drifting about in the papers, will be all in one lamily for some time to come. Mr. Ferry, the lately elected, is about to marry a daughter of Senator Chandler. The Georgia representatives who took their seats in the House yester¬ day were w. r. I'nce and neral F. M. D. Young, Democrats, of tha sixth and -eventh districts, mil Marion Bethune and Jefferson F. Long, Be- puoueans, oi tne tnira ana lourth lltotlh I'l Mr. Long is a mulatto. Messrs. Priee aud Young are also elected to the Forty-second Congress. The Philadelphia Aye says: We have received a catalogue of Wash¬ ington College, located at L-xington, Virginia. Lnder its late President, Bobert E. Lee, it has grown into im¬ portance aud usefulness until it is now a University ranking with the best in thecountry. It has students from every section of the Uni-n, from New England and the Northwest as well as lrom the South. The striking Crispins of New York have applied to the Legislature of that State for the establishment of the First New York Boot and Shoe Manufac¬ turing A oeiation, with a capital stock of $loU,00U. The shares number (JOG, at $25 each. Nearly all the shares have been subscribed for. The soci¬ ety will begin work shortly, as it has sufficient capital with which to com¬ mence operations. This is "General" Horace Porter's explanation ot the support given the San Domingo job by army officers: 'Dominica is only half of San Do¬ mingo. The French lost 40,000 men in dead and diseased when they tried to take Hayti. If we go into this job the regular army ot the United Sta'teo will have to be raised to 160.000 men. Motioned, but Therefore, as Congress is now about ltuana Bay, of breaking up the regular army, we are i: The largest all in favor of San Domingo, because rives the united Slates a chance to keep a permanent army." atistics of the manufacturing busi- i at Lowell, Mass., just published. out of de the 11 bar- It is stated that thi of grand sorties abi by General Troehu, MORE FKH.N'eli DEFEATS TWO DIS FATCHLS FROM THK GERMAN EM 1'EROR. Lon'ikjn, January 20. Emperor William telegraphs Empress Augusta as ioiiows, dated ersaiiles, Thursday lth Inst. : "The sortie made lrom alerien to-day, under cover of heavy fire, was an entire failure The army of the North was beaten today before St. Quentin. Four thousand prisoners and two guns were captured. (Signed) WTLHELM. iiRs.mlles, January 20. General fanineriK- will De pursued to-day. A sortie was made from Valerien yes terday in great forea. The troops are still outside of Paris. A fresh attack is certain to-day. (Signed) WILHELM. London, January 22. The Ger mans have occupied the city of Tours uieetiu;T no rosistaQce The journals of LiUe deny that the stores are being removed lrom Arras. Prince George, of Saxony, tele graphs to Dresden that the Saxons, while reconnoitering on the 19th, sur¬ prised a force from Paris, on the Perme. Qrosteta captured fifty offi¬ cers anu one numirea and nay pri- vuo s. The bombardment of Paris contin¬ ues with good results. The remainder of the Prussian loan will be offered in London and Berlin next week. UlSMARCK'S PLUC K AND INGENUITY. London, January 22 mignight. The Berlin journals confirm the re port that Count Bernstofl has been in¬ structed to withdraw from the Con ference if the French question is in trodueed. It is rejorted from Belgian frontier tnat L,ongwy is m names, but a heavv fog prevents a confirmation ol the re¬ port. A large number of refugees have ar rived on the British island of Jersey, irom me neignooring trench coast. in consequence of rumors of the Grand Duke of Mecklenberg advanc¬ ing on jtennes. Bismarck, in a letter dated 17th in¬ stant, replying to the American, Swiss, and oth' r foreign ministers in i'aris, denies the re-asonableness of their demand that their compatriots be allowed to quit the city. Neutrals, he says, had abundant notice before the siege, and the only outlet now is capitulation. Injury to buildings con¬ taining women, children and invalids is unintentional, but unavoidable. rAltlii MARKET DESTRUCTION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS. Paris, January 22. Prices fo-dav are as follows: Babbit, 35 francs; prai¬ rie chicken, WU goose, "Of; turkey, oof; butter, 301; eggs, 20f: beetroot, Of per pnund; dog flesh, sf per pound; prime part elephant, 20c, and horse flesh 10c. In addition to the hospitals and the church, St. Sulpice and Odeon have been partially destroyed bv sheils. The museum al Luxembourg received twenty shells within a few hours, and its ur.rivalled conservato¬ ries were totally destroyed. The people were so enraged that a French victory now would bring! results fearful to contemplate. Since yestcrdav bread has been made of minimum quantities of flour, mixed with rice and other ingredients and does not contain a sufficient quantity of flour for bread. For the last live days troops have received biscuits in order to save bread for the people. Horse flesh will last thirty days yet. A movable ambu- lauee has been established in the quar¬ ters of the enemy's fire, and stretcher- bearers are awaiting night and dav at the guard bouses. The splendid con¬ servatory, Jardin des Plantes, which cost di mm loo francs, has been destroyed with its rare specimens of exotic plants. GAMBETTA. St. Maixi, January 22. It is said that Gambctta arrived here last night and immediately kit for Cherbourg. FRENCH LOSSES. London, January 22. General Faidherbe admits having been com¬ pelled to retreat from St. Quentin with great loss. TELEGRAMS. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. TEXAS. Radical Knavery In the Lone Star Slate. ding-ground. The lis bay arises from breezes, at certain at least ; so that it vessels to i-ail out, somewhat narrow Obstacle in t ing or lea the day or of Samana ie way Ing at i.ij.:,t 1- lers, there is no of their enter- any time in The peninsula almost an uland ; ie land is low and it up by inlets, and lation A re Echo d girls, and on men aud L-y conuain 1 2,950 looms and udles, and produce weekly rards of cotton, 21,667 of ff, 85,000 of carpeting, 2800 id 10,900 dozen of hosiery umption of raw material 12,0o0 pounds of cotton and ool per week. The popu zoBeoingiv ? direction, act row, sloping red with a brush, vines, watered by er The uredonii the tit 1,721 ii owth of under- jer. It is well amate, and m 1 working, not favorably d is described paths, and no feriug a way he village of pal town on Samaria Bay. e report was ants most of rk d on a very tnmerce with The tiamana 1 as remark - found quite plentifully at several points aud of excellent quality. The mountain ranges are covered by a luxuriant growth of valuable timber, mauogany, balata, scoma, menosa, palm fc.od pine. The plains between the mountain ranges are fertile and healthful. The city of San Domingo had, at the time oi tbe report, 6000 people. The town was well fortified and abundantly supplied with gum. A to the deeuBes, the report says There are no di;che, except on two ietter from Fpernay to the A'ord says that vicinitv is overwhelmed by all manner of evils Prussians, typhoid fever, small-pox and dysentery. The writer also states that there have been several latal cases of the black plague in the neighborhood, aud naively remarks that it would be superb if this disease should spread in tbe Prussian armv, but excruciating il it would confine Mr. and Mrs. Band man n have been playing at Victoria, Australia, in "Hamlet, "Much Ado About Nothimr " and " The Ijuke's MoMo " unann made, on oneocca- h thanking tne critics for their verdict upon his acting, but complaining with some bitterness of their silence concerning the merits of his wife. The next time Mra. Band- mann played, the critics obliged her husband by speaking their minds pretty freely of that lady's acting. From the report of John Hogan, a commissioner to examine into San Domingo aflaiis during the adminis¬ tration oi Buchanan, we learn that the people of that Island are "idle, dissolute, immoral, without manners, without religion, disposed lo tniev Mr. sion, ing, to lying, to the vices which dation of a peopb gle civil or poli found among tl assassinating, pil ting, this ia theii lion, and they ha to establish a aoli and to all lute thedegra- acarcely a sin- virtue can be Practiced in and devasta- uminant ambi- ver been able ?rnment." Maurice Power, who died at bis res¬ idence, near Queenstown, Ireland, was a gentleman well known and es¬ teemed by many friends on this side of tbe Atlantic In early life Mr. Power came to New York with the intention of making it his home, and married the youngest daughter of Judge BrockhoUt Livingston. He shortly after his marriage returned to Ireland to take possession of an estate, was elected to Parliament in the place of Daniel O'Connell, and has since filled many distinguished posts with dignity and credit. Mr. Power was brother to tne Kev. John Power and Dr. William Power, whose memories fronts I ordering the bay and in front j are revered la this country M. Favre will be in London to day Governor Saflord, of Arizona, urges extinction of Apaches. Two bovs skatiue were drowned yesterday in Chicago. Boston sends a congratulatory letter to ictor Emanuel on Italian unity The Queen of Spain and her son Emmanuel will at once go to Madrid. Six (runs were captured yesterday from the trench Army of the JNorth The Kinp of Spain has issued a de¬ cree ordering tbe i suance ot 400,000, 000 reals. McRean Buchanan, the actor, was smitten lat nitrht with paralysis, at Norfolk. The International with the new French cable on board, will at once resume her task-. The Germans suffered the French to come out and bury their countless dead yesterday. The Detroit Catholics held a great mretinsr last night, to express tneir fidelity to the Pope. Gladstone retire from public life naralvz-Hl in his lower limbs. The ministry goes to pieces. Casserly's bill to dispose of the Presidio reserve is pronounced a stu¬ pendous fraud out West Chichester! Fortescue is President of the London Board of Irade, and Win. Monsell, Postmaster General A narrow euage road is building 120 miles loos from hlko, on Central Pacific road, to White Pine. King William (that was) is di charging his officers who persist In calling him Wiluelm, and not Kaiser. Large fires last night in Paris around the Pantheon, in the sortie yester day the loss on both sides w is enor¬ mous. Hitchcock gets eighteen, and Thay¬ er sixteen votes for United States Sen¬ ator in the Nebraska Legislature. Both Badicals. German patrols rushed into the trenches between forts I say and Vau- vres and found the forts deserted, but discovering mines, retreated. The mail car was robbed Saturday night on the Sierra Nevada; $10,000 ind a bag of letters stolen. JKobbers can hardly escape in the snow. A German and French vessel are lying at Vigo, Spain. Spanish au¬ thorities have ordered vigorous mea¬ sures to prevent collision in neutral waters. Governor Brown and Senator Hen¬ derson made speeches very flattering to General liiair at the lestival batur- day night. Three hundred peroons were at table. The Canadians have a secret agent. Sir John Bose, in Washington, smell ng out tbe fishery business, tie finds annexation a very popular idea aud a proper remedy of troubles with Eugland. American vessels bearing contra¬ band of war, according to the treaty of 1779, cannot be captured, but the munitions may be held by the captor n til the close of the war, the captor giving bond. The treaty willbaexe- uted. The fight at Mont Valerien Saturday lasted from noon till niht. Von Werder is pursuing Bouroaki. Faid- herbe's army has movetl from Beau- vaLS to St. Quentin. After a fiht of sevenlhours, Faidherbe was driven by on tioben into f-st. Quentin. Investigation into the affairs of the nsolvent Mutual Fire Insurance Company shows its outstanding risks to be one million eleven thousand dollars; liabilities, fifteen millions seven hundred and sixty-three dol la;-. a-set-, tw D -..i n - v-n Ion dred and twenty-six dollars, or less than eighteen per cent. assetM to lia uities. A bill is peuding iu Congress to con¬ solidate the Southern Paeiiic and the Atlantic and Pacific roads. If this DC accomplished, Memphis becomes, of necessity, tne terminus ot the road on the Mississippi, luring midwav ween St. Louis aud Vicksburir: the Atlantic and Pacific starting from the inner aud the Southern Pacific from ne latter city, mis is itie best sews Memphis has received for many a day A curious instance of the complete identification of the actor with his TO THE TRADE. X1TK have for le TO-DAY on 'Change : S. C. BAa, TIFlt' K. L RD, HAY, CORN AND OATH, And all graUui ol FLOUR jaS I). A CLARKE CO. ISM (9, 77, at, 69, 15, Frtsaa from flid Lotteries drawiug Rlshed lnthenbovi tH North Corrt t Box M7. Ml'KBI Krs. bt. Loulfl. Mo lal untwines of the Mia l?ry. CLASS b. i2, 26. 20, 6, 55 . 30, 14, 29. to 4J I'M. paid in money daily, in. urination rt-r Lottery hy J. E Fit aXCI cot, Memphis, Tenn.. P. O (, MILLER A CO., Mna ATTENTION, KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, Y'OU are tu reby ordered to attend a os i Miliar utated conclave of CTreneYy LimiaTandcry. No. 4, Kulghta Templar. V al Asylum. No. 2iH Front street, to-morrow i MONDAY i eveninn. iSta lnut . at "K o'clock hvery kit Knight m expected to obey the uli.ive ordbr. Villlii2 Sir Knlgh's c-iurte"uly Invited. UEO. MELLKRMH , R. C. T. J. BAjKHrjs, Recorder. jt MECHAHiCS' INSTITUTE. lOLLOUUiAL mfc'-tlng FRIDAY NlUlir j January 271 L, st nual hoar and plao sui.tect: Cement and Mortar M. BURKE, President K. Brirn, Secretary. Jag 6R0TJERS ANL' COTTON FACTORS A. C. TUMWtti lateMoacham A Tread we A. u Tba: ., h, ol TieudwaU Brew. R. A. Tu vp r et.l. of Treidweil liroa. ji.D. Tus uwati oi Tiohdwell Rrcc A.C. TREA0WELL& BROS. Wholesale Grocers An CO n ON FACTORS, NO. II UNION STREET, Stonewall Block, : Memphir, Tans. W From the above card tt will be seen thai A. C Treadwell, late of Meacham A Tread well, anu Treadwell Bros, have united andti firm style ol A.C. Treadwell A Bros. Totnel. mends who lave hereloiore DatroulKxitheii so liberally, they return slucare thanks, and to them ari.t to all who may favor us with thuir patronage, we pledge our best enorv to please. NOTICE. REMOVAL F0R8TER. KEALHOFER A CO. have re¬ moved from 0 Main street, to N. 336 Front Street, corner of Uoloe, MAGNOLIA BLOCK. d, B rousTxa. c w, kialhofkk thob. dat Forster, K&aihcfsr& Co. GROCERS. COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 336 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - - - TENNESSEE. aM part recently occurred ia Forli, Italy. ine tenor l iniurino nail .-unit anath emas against the baritone through the whole evening, and meeting him behind the scenes during the second act, stabbed him to tho heart. The affair woulil have been a little more trayic in its character but the bari tone rivaled the tenor in theaflections of the baritone's wi.'e, the prima donna, and ran away with her after enectually disposing of her husband, Dnnglng the opera to a sudden close, FUNERAL NOTICE. Washington, January 22. Repre¬ sentative Clark, of Texas, has rece'ved telf-gram from the chairman ot the Rr-publican State Committee, saying that Mr. Alford, elected as a Republi¬ can, hail been unseated in the tsenatc for breach of privilege. The Senate now stands seventeen Republicans and thirteen Democrats. The effect of a straight-out Republican being eiecte-u and MHUM to Aiiord's place t-u-itains the Governor and the policy ot his administration over both covert and open enemies. The message recently communicated to the Senate by the President, in further compliance with a resolution relative to disloyal organizations in .North Carolina, makes sixty-one oc¬ tavo pages, including a letter ol tiov ernor Holden, dated January. SoiueH of the army officers, whose reports are included express the opinion that while there had been outrages com¬ mitted, some statements were exag¬ gerated. SAN DOMINGO. RICHARDS -The friends and acquaint¬ ances of Samuel R. and Mury Richards are re psctfnlly luvlted to attend the funeral of their son, Lewis Willei-t, from their resi¬ dence, corner of til eenlaw and oecond streets Chelsea, thU (MONDAY) morning, at 10 o'clock. Services by Kev. Mr. Richardson. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Han Domingo, January 22. The news of the visit of the United States Commissioners is received with gene¬ ral iavor, and by some with enttiusl asm. Affairs are at a stand-still waiting tho action of the American Congress. Agents of German, English and American capitalists are traveling mrougn the island, and making lnves titrations in order to begin enterprises wnen annexation is consummated. Cabral continues to write proclama¬ tions and commit depredations, bat aoes not care to mm liaez's troops. Negro Disturbances la Kentucky. Louisville, January 22. Hoga and poultry stolen, and meat houses are rohhed so much about Lexington, and farm labor is so unruliable, tbe farmers are out of patience. Some suspected negro thieves have been punished by the Ku-Klux, and a bad feeling between the races is engen¬ dered in consequence of these troubles. Last night the barns of Messrs. Old¬ ham, Clark and Miller, near Lexing¬ ton, were burned. It is alleged to be the malicious incendiaries' revenge for Ku-Klux opeiations. An incident occurred recently at the St. James Theater, London, which ought to prove a warning. The aud¬ ience had for some time been greatly annoyed by loud talking and laugh¬ ing proceeding from a stage-box, and in the midst oi one oi ine mast trying parts ol "Fernando" tho noise became so unbearable that Airs, nermann Vezin stoorjed herself, and turnin? to the box, said "That the business of the stage could not possibly go on witn such continued interruption." It need hardly be added that the re¬ mark of the actress met with the en¬ tire approval of the audience, whose applause was unanimous. To the Public. W E desire to Btate trial onr steamboats, A. r V. I:,--, a, ..I I..,. U' I I .. b- I , . ., slnte the withdrawal of Captain Lee's boat s'inie w-eki airo, btu runuiuK lu toe Mem phis and Friar's folnt trade, niaklcv dally inns. Recognizing the fact that Captain Lee. by virtue oi nav:iw una a i al in i tils traae.ana having Jnit om pleted new boat, owned bv several gentlemen between thin and Friar's Point, built f r that trade, en it led bis boat to a day in said t a I.-, we Immediately with¬ drew the steame.' Ueo. W. Cheek iro n the friars rolut trade, leaving one uay for the Vtblte aud one tor Can tain Lee's boat, i apbtln Lee advertised tuat the Allln would leave on Monday, ana am start ner out on mat day in opposition to tbe White, after which we or- iere-i tne i iiees. to return to MemiiP.is aim on 1MB y. After having onr uoat, and just b - n were to leate this ig lail, Captain CheeE t -plain Lee, In order Which b.iai should it be settled, and the n Lee and ourselvis resulted in Captain ! dai s, and Captain s i ,:c:i boat should t Ihe fart that Luptalu it was resume her made two u fore the Wl had an Interview wit that Ihe dlpnle as leave on Monday mli conflict between Capti ended. Ihe lntervlei Lee having tbe cbolcr Cheek naming the d le we here.K gether wi Cheek shonla wl'bdrt rom tbe Frlai's Pi the White and Allln i ach two trips per wet previously. aptaln a d i uursdSL) s for ne Fridays foi the otue Tuesdays and Fridays his boat would leave .1 days and Thursdays, fc We lmmi diateiy Cheek from tbe trac claimed that his out that eveniug. White over until tt all her passengers 1 Lee ackuowledgtni agreeing thai lu lut on Tuesdays urn) Mondays and 1 . We. without bus ent of that trip; pasaengers, un.i drawing the I h This setlleuieu by every one wit feel that the com the Allln waa as surprise mi'y be evening, we were shown Kraut : Bils.va, Ark , 1 miliary 17, 1871. James Lee.Jr., IS Madison street: KverylMug opposed to chunking days. Be Colonel Cheek and Inform him that tie go out Mondays and Fridays. BT ACKER LEE. This shows a square back-down on tbe part of Captain Lee of the PhlL Allln, seriously to our detriment, and with the evident desire and determination to drive us from the trade or at least to arbitrarily control it fr their own Interest; also, showing conclusively that this agreement was entered Into, and that the Allin is not even satisfied to taken. days allot -ed by aptaln Lee to the White but to-day still Insists on retaining h K.t day (Friday) and taking Monday, the princi¬ pal uayc the while. We now. thore'ore, wish to Inform onr friends and the public that in future we will run ti.e steamer A.J White from Memphis to Friar's Point on Mondays and Fridays, and the steamer Ueo. W. Cheek win make regular trips In the same trade, leaving here Tues¬ days, Thursdays aud Saturdays, believing that with the lights bslore them the irvT: ing and shipping public between Memphis and Friar's Point will give our boats a ilboryi share of their patronage. we ar. very reepeonuiiv, J eaKfut, MALOJSK A CO. it Mondays edays and Lee chose s on v. . .en tvlng Mou- e steamer plain Lee etied to go Captain Cheek laid the 'next day, turning over the Phil Aliln, Captain th day to be ours, and re the Allluhh u:d leaye and the Wolte on ailays. gave him the ben our with- a. ii- is hilled eemed to bite and lust. Onr Imagined, when, tue next wlDg tele- JUST RECEIVED And far Sale Low, IN LOTS TO SUIT PURCHASERS: A lot of Mackerel. 1, 2 and 3; Codfish: A. Field's Cove Oysters; Bard lues; California Champjtgpe ; Bardeileti, Herring, Salmon, etc, etc. Berlicer, eetreitle, Ksamel, Scstcb anil ,na Walskies. The finest Imported LIQUORS AND WINES Always on hand, as also aU kinds af Domestic Liquors. Virginia and Western Tobaocos. "PLEASE 6IVE US A TRIAL!" COTTON FACTORS. John R. Watkins, Brownsville, rnn. J. T. FrsscLL, Memphis, Term. WATKINS & FUSSELL, suceesssrs to John P. Hill A Co , Cotton IF" actors AM! COMMISSION MERCHANTS No, 268 Front Sti est, BackOffice, np-stars, : Mempals, Tena. INSURANCE. R. S. TAYLOR & CO., Cotton Factors ar d Grocers. a We have a large and well selected stock of Groceries and Flour, among which la the old favorite Grafton 0U0 and Reincke's Elegant. PARTE E HARBERT, COTTON FACTORS, HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY oV MEMPHIS, Office, No. 7 Madison Street F. H M DUMSC0MB, Prealslnt. KELSON, Secretary. W. B.QALBRtAi H, Vioa Presldeet W. B. MALL0RY, AM't Secretary' DJRKCTOftiJ ; apis AFOLBOM BI1.L. K. TOKTAIMX. HILL, F0NTA!4! & C0.; Cotton Factors, WHOLESALE 6 ROGERS, AND- COMMISSION MERCHANT8 326 Frtnt street, bet. Monroe 4. Uaite), MKMPHI8, Sf .'I W. H. kEDirih'i. late with Peoole's Hank. Clabckck P. HujiT, lorraerly ooe, HuntdtCo. SAMt'ti MOSB7, fortneriy Mosby it Hunt. MOSBY, HUNT & CO., COTTON FACTORS, QENKKAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS And Dealers in Prod are, Groceries, Bugging, Iron Ties, etc. 3VTo. 804 Front Street, (Mosby g Hunt Block), Memphis, Tehn. w respectaily 6C tho old catom mm kUftoouiilon. Hiid erally. We Insure ull otherwise Instructed. :: the patronaae of n of our lormer bnHl ,.e tr-r . Tiki pubhc gea- conalgameutii, uutesa Jan6 Cctt in Thi ead Rope. ENNKSSF.R msnufaetnra; nneqnaled Sile by DAY A f KOODFIT. Agents for the manufacturers. CHEAP SALE Silks, Silks Embroideries ! Continued this Week B. LOWENSTEIN da A. BCHEIFEB8 A CO., IN) Front Row. Non-Reident Notice. No. 25W O. R. In the First Chancery Court of nneioy county, tennessee American Ex¬ change Bank of America vs. B. 1. Andrews etal. IT APPEASING from affidavit In this cause that tbe defendants to the supplemental cross bill died herein by the Planters' Bank of Ten nessee, ami W M. Farrlneton. to-wit: the amerlran Exchange Bank In New York City andKol. Andrews, of New York, are non¬ residents ot Tennessee; it Is therofi re order¬ ed, that i y make their appearance herein, al the Courthouse in tbe City of Memphis, Tennessee, on or before the first Monday In Febrnary, ..V7l,and plead, answer or demnr to said cross bill, or the same will be taken for confessed as to them and set for bearing ex- parte. and that a copy of tnli order be pub¬ lished cnoe a week for foar successive weeks In tbe Memphis Appkai A cony. Attest. EDMUND A COLE, Clerk and Master. By K, J. Black, Depnty Clerk and Master. Kortrecht A Craft, solicitors (or or nip. Non-Resident Notice. No. 145 N.R.D In the Second Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. B.W. Bedford vs. W. B.Waldrau,a. M. Shoemaker, James Hhnler and wife, ISallle A. Shuter, and others. IT APPEARING from affidavit In this cause that tbe defendants. H. M. Shoemaker, Jaa. Shuter and wlfe,Sallle A.Bhnter, are non-res¬ idents ol the at to of Tennessee ; It is there'ore ordered, that they make their appearance herein, at the Court house of the eonnd Chan¬ cery Court of Shelby county, In the City of saempnis. tenn.. on or oetore me nrst xon- day In February, 187). and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or tbe same will be tasen tor ooniesseit as to itietn and set lor hearing exparte. and that a copy of this order le publNhe i once a week for four successive weeks iu the Memphis Appeal. a copy. Attest. M D. L STEWART, Clerk and Master. Heath A Fracer, solicitors for oomp Non-Resident Notice. No. 1. R .In the First Chancery Court of Shelby county, Tennessee. Ellsa P. Mop- kins et al. vs. Sallie 8 Hopkins et al. IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that the defendants. Bailie B. Hopkins, Jas. B. Hopkins, Frank W. Hopkins and Robert T. HoHsmn are oWxens of Madison county. Ala¬ bama, and non-residents ot Tennessee: It is therefore ordered. That they make their appearance hereln.at the oourt-honse In the city of Memphis, Tenn., on or before tbe first Monuay in reu nary, 1.1.1 anu pieaa. answer or demur to complainants' bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed as to them, and Bet for hearing exparto; and that a copy of this order be published once a week, for tour successive weeks, In the Memphis Appeal. A copy Attest. Kii'Ml Mi A. COLE, Clerk and Master. By KT. Black. Deputy Clerk aud Master. Meicrut tcarnrougn. nois. roroompi nu Silks, 50c and upward ! Embroidered Double Bands At 25c, olo and SI worth double the money. 1000 REMNANTS Jaconet and Linen, Edging, Inserting, And Flouncing! AT HALF THEIR VALUE Embroi'rd Yokes At $1 25, worth $2 At $2, worth $3. LADIES' UNDERWEAR GREATLY REDUCED I IRISH LINEN I Bleached Sheeting, Bleached Shirting ! At Extraordinary Lew Figures ! NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 172, R In the First Chancery Coart of Bheiby county, Tenn. w. B- and E. B. Crls- man va J. ri. Kagiand. IT appearing from affidavit in this cause that the detendant. J. B. Kaaland. Is a resi¬ dent of Arkansas and a non-resident of the hi is oi Tennessee; It Is therefore ordered, that he make his appearance herein, at the court-house in ihe city of Mempnin, Tennessee, on or before the rtr-t Monday In February, 1471 and plead, answer or .lemur to complainants' bill, or the asms will be taken tor confessed as to hi u. and set for hearing exoHrte. and that a copy of this order be published onto a week tor lour successive weeks in tne asspau a p- pxal. A copy attest : EDMUND A. COLS, Clerk and Master. By B. J. Black. Depnf c. A M. Wilson A Beard, Sols for oomol's' d28 Non-Resident Notice. No. US-N. K - in the First Chanoery Court oi Shelby county, Taanessee EUen F.Myers vs. Rosa Laakl etal. T appearing from orders entered in this caup. making the answer of R L. and Hosa Laakl. Henry S. and Leila R. King, heretotore filed herein, cross bills la the caue, that the defendants thereto, lo-wlt- Mary G. Drummond formerly M. G McAd- aina) and her husband, Drummond, are nun .residents of the State of Tennessee, and that the names and residences ol the heirs of stien r . Myers, aeoeaaeu, are unknown ; It Is therefore ordered, that they make their appearance herein, at tbe court-house In the city of Memphis, Tenueasee, on or be-' line tbe nrst Monday In Februrav. 1X71 nt plead, answer or demnr to the said cross "ins, or toe pame win oe witn ior confessed as to tbem and set (or hearlne exnarta ..h that a copy of this order be published ones a week, ior tour sucos.aive weeks, in tbe Mem¬ phis Appeal. a copy-siest : MDUTJND A. COLE , , Clerk and Matter. n j, ei.ai in, ueputy uterk and Master. B.Lowenstein&Bros. 242 ant. 244 MAIN STREET. COR. JEFFERSON WINTER GOODS AT WHOLESALE ! BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS! Sf We are Just In receipt of a fresh assort¬ ment of goods In onr line tor winter use, at d are prepared to sell at satisfactory prices, to merchants only. HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL. IgjI 4mm 329 MAIN STREET. SU6AR AND MOLASSES. 125 hhds. Louisiana Sugar. 200 bbls. Louisiana Molasses, In store and for sale low. FAR6AS0N k CLAY, 330 Frt ft I W We are now reoelvtnir fMnast asm slgnments of Louisiana Sugars, and sell same W. I LOi: J J E.F. ittB. N. FONTAINE. imURJBB AUAimi LOSH BT tlHt, MA aeZT RINK AJiD R I VKK SI6XH. PLANTERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN. Office: Cor. Madison and Second. mt,fllMn BITER BISKS TAIE VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SAIH This Day, 23d January, !87! IN pursuance of a decree rsf law Chancery Court of Wasbvtlle. Id the t r.f Fr d. Tensas, Adru'r, etc., va Raaavil Houston. Adm r. ete . et si., 1 will it ... pa to tbe highest bidder. ON TUX PttlCMIMI. Memphis, at i: o'clock m , THIS DAY, MONDAY, January 23d, 1871, The following described property, to-wit : A House and Lot in the City of Kflffiphis, Tenn., I c i t two anf depth of 71 snd M r.ion ind it. .t.li tnth Inches etii, and be and 3 4-7 o t at tLe R0YSTER. TREZEVANF & i0., Auc ioftr AMUSEMENTS. SKATING RINK Na 363 MAIN ST BENEFIT HAS0M1CTEMP1-E tt KEPHIS WsrJn'day Evening, Jafla&ry 25 h. AUCTION. JE3 y m Fallor do Cc . Seo'l Ateilw'rt, 214 Front WLjm I tm THIS MCRNIKS, AT (0 OT'.. I. 6 LONSDALE. Presifjsnt. W. A. GOODMAN, Secretary. 0. H. TOWN SEND. Vim President J. 8. LONSDALt, Jr , Aea't Secretary DIRECTORS: D.H. TOW.V8F.VD, J. O. LO.NALE, M. J. WiCK-i, U V R'MHAUT, D. T. POKTKR, CH4&J. PH LUPB, 8. F. MCNU1T. W. L. RADFORD, a- Risks on Private Dwellings Ja21 Desired B F. H RRKRT, J. C. NEKL , R. A. PINHoN. J J. Bt'SBY. K. J. TAYLOR. ai 13 inni u N. H.HLK.DQ4 Ef pecially ST. AGrlcS ACADEMY. T HE Ppr'.ng Term of 8t will cummence on Agnes Academy Morday, th? 6th of February. " A ' ' Tuition, etc. totne Ia2i Information recarding Board may be obtained 'ot auollration l.ADY BUPKRIOKEpS WESTERN FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP SlrcDjy Street, (Opposite Old Qayoeo Iloiiifc). NEW ARRANGEMENT. Nicholson & McDonnell, Hncceasors to W. A. R bi-son A Co. DIAMOMO GIFT CONCERTS I For the Benefit of victims of the French war A eerics be 1 i will i 130,000 TICKETS ONLY! 9650 Frizes- $860,000 WORTH OF DIAMONDS! Of the finest Freueb boost Messrs Tirtax est and most taring arm it holders ot tic! without resci (ne luiperia 0. fairly appraised by a f Y rk. Indorsed br is follows: ' The iarg- ible Jewelry mancfac- ld." Will oe iiWn to ther absent or present. were, lliiuawar, RardvHri?,Tob:icc--, Blacking, ete ear Terms cmIi.'H Administrator's Sale WE WILL SELL ON Tuesday Morning, January ?4t Comrnenclnz at i. A. Neison, a decved, a fine MIURS .C iBP 6E0. SHiELDS k CO . Act r HDIIQCUni o One 81milr -et. Ytry sopeib, wor n OueSoltatre Dlsmond Rtnf, wnrth One magnificent st o; ooltalre i'la- moud atads, worth One beantilnl Lady's I t, cluster, Breastpin, t.ar Kings and Bracelets, worth i. ii - 3 Bet. and separate Articles. Ladte' Diamonds and ti0 to 25ii 8-ts and 8epai 1, 00 bs U;h nd to them. Repalimg Ja2 ptc al attention given to Machinery and Steamboat Work. Notice to Tax Payers. NOTICE TO TAX COLLECTORS israie Articles, Ladle' n's. cisstlnt of Dia¬ mond Jewels, and of Cameos, Emer¬ alds. Tn.iiuolses and Onyx Stores, mounted In Diamonds, worth trnm 1JU0 to j ) i i JI ;eU and separate Articles, indies and Went!emen'. connl-ting of Dia¬ mond Ji wela. ami ot Ca ato.-. Ktiirr a. i!s Turquo:aes and On; I rjtones. mounted in Dit-.moi.ds. worth f-oin I j to 100 Tne names ol tbe dlstinguthe i gea lemtn who hare consented to act s i omuiissio: era and Officers, are a guarantee o. .be enaractr and managi-iui-n' -.f this ope: a. ion a-jd a pledge of all that la fair and honorap.r. Ii. n. LBnaT Pia,of W&saiiJg on Lily, Hon. Joh - E. WsJin, M w.l s".,Ji. '..Uitur -. M . Vicrr. B Puaca. consul U- neral of France, . Y.. Trustee. . J. i . UOBERTSON A CO Agents, No. 3 " Broadway, N. 1. T. ; Bon. Jobu fc.. Ward 6B rt a.l -trft, N. Y , Anderson, 8tarr A Co , Bro dway. X. 1 i r-iLoca, 3 tUx Scllaral. lClOHN AlN-i-1 1C. Mi! 6 Madison St. Orders by mall promptly attended to. Ja.i ME0ICA . INSTiTtire. c tOMiTROLLER'S OFFICE. av ri to tix .VAtSlll.1.1 e taxes citing res I'mb 10. 1870. srltl be given '. until proof the tact tnat al property Hected. The r taxec, at a tal pro:H:rty c.n be sold, was never contemplated, as w be shown lrom tbe following extracts tro lQu code: fxiTioxerff. The collector, upon receiving the tax list "bar. immediately, ny an venue ment at four of tbe most public places ii each civil district, give twenty days notice o tbe place and time when and where he wll. attend Mid receive taxes. Sac. MIK. If any person within said district fail to attend or otherwise pay uis taxes tt or before the day appointed, the cored shall levy the same by distraining aud st ing the delinquent's goods and chattels, g: ine at lta-l twenty days notice o' such si by advertisement at four of ibe most public Dlarv-i in tlte district. Kkt'-IM. Hncn sale shall lie by nubile auc¬ tion. and no more nroDerti shall be sold lean 18 sufficient to pay tne taxes, cost and chars?; and if the sale produce a surplus. It shall be returned lo ine owner oi ti.eprop ertv. else, din If the collector have cause to fear that any person charged 'lth taxes Is atx-ut to remove from tbe county wmiuui paying his taxes, ne may. at any time, levy sucn taxes with coals and charges by dlxtress and SAtA Bxc. si! . And If such person has removed Into any other county, a distress warrant may be t'sued by the collector, if ia oflloe or by tne clerk. If the eollec or's term of ser vice ba exnired to thesberifl of the county to which the p irty has so removed, tor the e j'.lection of Hie taxes one .rom nim. Very respectfully, EI). R. PEXNEBAKER, Comptroller, ete. mw It will be seen from tbe above Instruc¬ tions to me, that I am compelled to Issue dis¬ tress warrants for collections of taxes before telling real estate. Therefore, notlo Is hereby gtvon. that Inasmuch as I will have lo lake judgment of condemnations at this term of the court, thst I oa anot grant longer indulgences and payments must be made immediately. WM. McUtAN, jalM Tax Collector Shelby county BITTERS ! BITTERS ! TRY THE Star Stomach Bitters ! OF WHICH A. SCHEIFERS ft CO. Are Sole Proprietors. Carbolic Salve. Tbe Important discover? ' the CARBOLIC ACID as a CUBAN8ING, PURIFYING, and HEAJLCVG Ajcent is oae of the most remarkable results of modern medical research. During the late civil war it was extensively used in the Hospitals, and was found to be not only a thorough disin¬ fectant, but also the most won¬ derful and speedy HJ&AJLLW4 REMEDY ever known. sir it is now presented In scientific combination with other soothing and healing .agencies, in the form of a SALVE; and, having been al¬ ready used in numberless cases with most saostactor? add ben¬ eficial results, we hat e no hesi¬ tation in offering it to the pub¬ lic as the most certain, rapid, and effectual remedy for all Sores and l lcers, no matter of how long standing, for Burns, Cuts, Wounds, and every ABRASION of 8KXN or FLESH, for Skin diseases generally. Sold by aU Druggists. Price 25 cents. JOHH F. HENRY, Sole PropY, NO. 8 COLLEGE PLACE. New York, C. C. WARD lb BRO.i MEMPHIS, TENN., Greueral Agents. novS DR. RUSSELL'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE ! THE Largest and Oldest Isstttatlai ef tbe KM la tbe Sautbwett ; Established Tea Years, and the aaly Relia¬ ble Place far tbe CURE OF PRIVATE DISEASES DR. RUS8ELL, VTO. 43 NORTH COURT tTRKKT, NORTH XM aide ol Court square, Memphis, Tenues- see, U acknowledged by all parties interested as by far tbe moat succe-siui Pnyaietao Lu the treatment of Private aud Stcrtt Diseases. Quick, thorough and permanent eures guar¬ anteed In every esse, male and female. Re- ceut cKe-i of ijonorrht-w and Hypiu.ib I'nrtil In a few days, with ut tbe use of mercury, change of diet, or hindrance from business, beconasry syphilis, the last vestige eradicat¬ ed without .Lf use of mercury. t?ucerers from lmpoteccy. or loss of Hexual Power restored to f:ee vigor in a few weeks. Gleet or Gonor¬ rhea of ioui Maiidinz. when a.l lntTnaj rem edlea have failed, permanently and speedily cuiedby anew treatment, victim ot sell abu.-e ."nd excessive venery. suffering Iron sDcriuatorr ln.-a and loss of mental and phyhl cal power, spejuiiy ana peruaaceuuv cuieu. All consultations strk-tly confidential. Office hours lrom 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., and 2 to ( p.m. UK. J. n ni rvCu.Lt. lonsuiung ruUAU. L. U. WAKam. scr.".ary. Treatises on Chronic i isen-.es furnished free on application. ceSJH A. M. BTOUDaKC A '"P.. Aoc Executor's iale. of Jolin TrUg, deceased which was pure by a bidder or bidders who al.ed lo with terms of sale made on lltu .a within lawful hours. Term., cash T. A. K,j, Exe.-n'.o- Ueo. ABJaMa Co., Ancuoasera. Jaai, BY L 6 BALDWIN 4 CO. rSuceeasors to Esekiel & '-o. .; No. 1388 TVTw.111 Street. REOULAR TR.U 8AL: OH DRY G00DS,CL0THINS,BC . v SHOES, HAS, ETC. Every Tuesday & Tbursdiy Offi'g. AT If O'CXOCK. A. 8 RnfiERSON Aaet:a-'"r. MERCHANDISE BROKERS B. W. CCVKIXaHAAt. A. M, A I L Cunningham & Eilio GENERAL BROKERS, 9. Hague;! Block. r attention bonds, no R. T. WILSON 4 CO , Bankers and Commission merchants, NEW YORK. We are authorise purchase of oottor either Memphis,: Peabody Hotel F. K. CDeVASSA. t HASLXS IUUUI Office of OeVASSA & CO., LABOR AGENTS. . No 14 Poplar St., S. W. oor. Overton Hotel ME PHIS, i TSNNESaER. W Contracts for Labor, or men fa Dished oa moat favorable terms. A whltfl. le4 JCDOK P. T. 8CKUGOS. A. R. HKKRON SCRUGGS & HERRON, CRIMINAL ADVOCATES No. 151 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, ... TENNESSEE JAMES M. WHITE, BXem i txm BROOM FACTORY, 442 MAIN STREET, FAIRBANKS' SCALES! rloea Hoduood! United State SUaaara Scales Every Variety and Slie. EVIBT BCtLl WjHBAKTIU J-r ' o' 500B8, KELLER BTRNW, ore for eompiataaat, taai 1 )al4 Faruaqon QUAY. ) u W sols Amenta. HITE CORWINE JOB PRINTERS, 14 Union Si, Appeal Building, TWe taks pleasure In xtatiDg to our pat¬ rons that we bave removed our Jcb Printing Establishment to No. 1 Union street. Appeal Building, where we hope to aeeour old cus¬ tomers snd as many new one a will exam¬ ine our work and prices. We are now pre¬ pared to do a Li. kinds of Printing and Bind¬ ing on the most reasonable terms. Our stock of Cards, Blllhesds, and Cap Papers Is complete. LAUTERBACH & BRO., WOULD respectfully In 'orm their friends and the public In funeral that they have re opened tbelr new stors, at No. V20 Front atreet, where they keep constantly on hand a new and excellent iiaaortment of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc, Which will be sold at the very lowest prices. promising kj exert our Desi enorta to pu all who eaU. LAUTKRBaCH A BRO. d2 No. 3 Front street. This well-known house he-i passed into the hands of the ander- signed for a term of years. He wiii 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. FOR SALE. Tenn. This tract o' laud eontaai dred acres, weil improved, we good orchard and about 03 acres the balance well timbered. Th: the best tracts of land of Its 1 Tennessee level and rich, and half a mile of the ' Covington F lnary." anil within tw hundred ; " Tipton High School," under tt Pro. Jams Ryan, whose reputai known as being oneot the best I country affords, whoce school h taolished for a qu .rter 01 a eeni sell cheap for cash, or on easy t purchasers. D. C. 8L 0" Coving Refer to J. M. Keating. : M-m p Col. A. J Kallar, Memphis Avail H. K. Bate, lion. J. M Steele, M an1 Lauderdale, J. Hcli es Cu lngtou. Tenn.. lor further parti u HUIE'S STEAM BAKERY, Rtaaotieo la Price af Braaa aaa Grasksn 40 T.O A VBSBread.fi toretailcnn: 9i loaves Bread. 11 to .'amUiea or con- a:i men ! Soda, Butter. Picnic. Boston Crackers, cents per pound in box -tor barrels Sugar and cream Crackers. 11 cents per pound in barrla or boxes ; Olnger Nuts, 11 cents per pound in barren an 1 boxes. All kinds o- cakes on hand, at the lowest prices woolesale and retail. Boxes and barrel exchanged. All goods delivered, tree of charge, by attentive driv¬ ers. Orders left at the factory will be promt l- iy attended to O. W. HUMS, eteam Bakery jatj 4H Ma n t:reet, M iiipii'.u. A BOOK FOR THE MILLION. H1DDI1CC A PBirAn Cormui tu M All n lDC THa VAKKIKDOr JlORaSbOUt CllinC o marry, on the phvsaaaagd. nUIUeV leal mysteries a.nd re vera ttons of the sexual system, wit a toe latest llaenverles in producing and preventing oC- spring, preserving the complexion, eta. This is an interesting work of two hundre 1 and twenty-four pages, with numaroas en- graviiigB. and contains valuable lnfr-rms: far those who are married or eontempla'e mamage : still It la a hook that oogitt to be under lock and key, snd not laid carelessly abont the house. sent to any ore (free of postage) for TO Bests. Address Dr. Beta' Dispensary. No. U N. Klshth street, Bt. Louis, Mo. r Hmmmf tin AjKmttmmd Cyi asisli.' Before apply ina to the cotorlooe ObTackd wno aoventse in puoiic papers, or utmaauj Quack RSMsnixs. parage Dr. Butts' work, no Bsssssr wnat your usbsbbsi 1 tale your condition. 1 Is, or how depiorv State Female College MEMPHIS, TENN. THK Spring and Summer Session of this institution win commence on Monday, the 39d of January next. Pupils are received at any time of the ses¬ sion, but it la greatly their advantage to enter at the beginning; airf, in advance, will cover all expenses per session of five months, lor Tuition la the Regular Comae, Board, Washing. Kuel, Lights, and furnished Room. No School of lte class etasqprr- thoroughly equipped with apparatus nd musical instra- menU 12 Proiesenrs and I eac hers superior advantages for the study of ABelent and Modern LangAUajes, sad every facility tor tcoroagh training. For catalogues 05 otherfcwUoa. ad- drees Rv v. coiaJMjJ.rx, OAi-dAw President. Dr. Butts can be consulted, personally or by auu, on tne oiseases menuoneo m am w. Office, Sa 1J N. Eighth atrswc, bet. Market and Obestnnt . IsmU Mr. aw CHANCERY SALE So. 2886. N. R. First rhaucery Court at Shelby county.-J. Q. Klrchoft et ai.. Arm Klrchofl ares., vs. Kelsev Bend et al. BY virtue of an Interlocutory decree star sale entered in the above cause January is. 1WL 1 will sell, at public auction, 'o the high¬ est bidder, lu front of the Clerk and stasterjs office. Oreenlaw Block, Second street, in the city of Memphis. Tennessee, 00 Monday, February 20, 1871, Fort Pickering, Shelby county. Tens., and kmewn ou the original plan or said town as Into Hos. 9, W, U. ia sad 1', ia block No. . and '"SAi-On a credit of st, ( ishaser be stv note with ap- smsmS aseuritr. bearing intsvest from date. gSto ttfneL KSslty of redemption brrtDMlTNDA t'OLOC, Clerk and Umtmr. M. Clay Klssg, Auoruey. JM