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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEIsHST., FKIJ3A.Y, DECEMBER 22, 1871. VOL. 32. NO. 8 ErBT good cltlssn will exert himself to sr-rure tbe suooeaa of honest, Mn!M? M lemsn to represent every ward in the oily oounoll. When their pnrpoee ie sc- oompliahed there on occur no connects between Mayor Jobnaon end the dty legUistare. Msmpbia baa done roach for Tennessee and for tbe Sooth. Tbe people have ever illustrated tbe beat trait of Ainsrieso character and progress! veness So task has unnerved tbe arm of progreat or shocker! us by its magnitude. When a Tillage, Memphis alone, unaided, inspired by the eloquence of a daring Innovator, enneelrei ted executed a herculean ira- dertaking It had been tbe dream of Mem pbla ia ita villsgebood, and the Mississippi was-thns lorg ago, wedded to tbe sea. It la easier now to connect tbe two oceans through M -inputs, than lata "inland ana," with the AUaatic, twenty years acs. We must torn toward the south brjtd, deep current of wealth that will flow from the new northr at, and in panning the cJntia t. with railways we bridge the Mississippi. By wise municl- pa. 1; til ion. by electing a local chief magistrate who haa the implicit coufl df n3e of the people and of capltaiiata at borne aid abroad, and aeleoting aldermen ad councilman eaptble of grasping great q ues.iona, and of conceiving wlae laws, this city and oounty will be made to con tain greater wealth, within a brief period, than the whole State at this hour. There will be wide fields of employment for in dustry and meeannieal skill, manufacto ries will spring into existence, property advin :e la value, and in future years we wi 1 recur to this coming election aa the day-dawn of the goiden age of Memphis. TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS. Virginia haa ceased funding her debt. Tbe Ohio river at EvanevUe is closed by ice. Grant san'casd Miller, tbe Boston for ger, yesterday. The celebrated Tieb borne case baa been again postponed. Trails on the Hudson river were de layed by ex-rente ooid yesterday. The parliament of Ontario la still wrsngllog over the lormation of a new cabinet. T - p-';ic are hooping-up the gamblers In Ri'inm nd. Virginia, The boya" were ail locked up and the lay-outa taken ML Cincinnati thermometers zeroed raster day, wniie those of Boston seen that and went from fifteen to twenty degrees worse. Fred Manage, a young German, was found on the street In Indianapolis yester day mnrning so badly frcaen that his Ills is depsind uf. The weather throughout Canada for the pas- tl irty-six ioura bae been intensely ci d. varying, aoordlng to locality, from io o bb oe.ow sjro. Ia Little Rock, yesterday morning. Tagaoond nrgro was roasted to death by t-e Darning ui an out ouiiOlng In which had orawita to spend the night. Little R ck holds a meeting this morn ln to oouMjer the Chicot troubles. Ci ti xens of all ahades of political opinion unite la tne caii lor the meeting. It wra the British ship Windsor Castle whtCJ ran dwu the reach bark Costa Rica, ofl tbe isie of Wight. Her omoera dea mat tney heard cries of distress from tbe Costa. The et-Rr-jer Delaware. Pre'ton master whicn sailed ibis a-eek from Liverpool for Clients, was totally lost Wednesdsy, off Beuiy l-danda Ait on board are supposed to have perished. In :Le ka klux trials yesterday at Co- lambis, tjuth Corollas, the defense In troduced teetimoov to show thst threats cf wmpi lug ecu uurmug or whites pre ceded I SS outrages upon aegro?s The house mot in oommittee of the who Ids general debate on the slate of the Uu!. u jeo.erday. Hut few mem oars wsre present, most of Idem having left for situ lu speed the Christmas holidays. K j is Danforth, acj utant general of toe black myrmidons died tne militisof ArJ i' sjo. has been sent by Msaisy t ducat county to set matters straight in shit disturbed section. What oooapro amv3s he will struct with the negroes is not known. Boston ia ar'stocratlc: New York and Philadelphia democratic; Baltimore pa triarcLk-al, and Cbieaao coummanistic Woe.-b.'ureT Bacscse, in Boston society, according to tne New York Mai, every body scuba everybodv else; in JSe Y rk society v try body gossips sbout verybjdy else; ia Baltimore society vsryoody fraternizes with everybody Ise, a-J in Chicago society jast at p res- en. eve; y tody is borrowing irom every bxly else. A dispatch from Matamorsn, Mexico, says skat be:h at, that place and Browne vile, Texts, American intervention in the Mex'csu c.vi! war is cjoulsntiy sntici pated. Texas represen .stives in corgreoa are requested to favor it. Quioga is at Cera. v . ts. jai.-nt.ig ater. Ujr ins wai rectn y la consultation with Falalrtes, with wnom he is ostensibly ia accord, and ia now moving toward Mier, with four thousand ren, all tbe svailah'e govern aunt forcHs, to u.eet Q ilog. His aliegt ance to Juarez is doubtiuL A govern ment s'eaier, with fun 1s, l hourlv ex pected froai Taup:c3. Unless it arrives aoon a pronuncismeaX) is imminent. The president sent a messsge to con grass reriiiag facta affecting our relations wr.n spam, xze says tost ue uegau to urge lbs sblltionof slavery in Cuba in 1870 Ths Spanish minister of foreign af fairs then assented to a gradual system of amsucipaiion which had been aiowly and Imperfectly put in operation. The medi cal slsderj.s t.utcriered by Cuban suthor lties bad only desecrated the grave of Caa.ano by scratching a glsas plats en closing the niche In which the body of Cattano reposes. The government was power lose sgalnst the mob of soldiers that put the u ten's to death. The youths were nC red to be sacriflcsd to prevent more serious troubles. The presi dent furnishes copies of bis in atat'Otions to Admiral Hofl to protect American c.it-ns and ships, and svold violation of str'ot neutrality. Hofl waa to surrender to Spssish authority no per son wbo escsped to his fleet without In strncuous from Washing-ion Similar In structions were given Admiral Poor st Santiago de GWbv Fugitives from tbe island were to be received by Poor, but he wss cot 'o in erfere with affairs on tbe island. Rw Admiral Loe received aim! lar instrut'tiona al Port au Prlnoe. When disturbances began that ended in the bar barous txe:u'en of the stt dents, every proper order was issued to naval offloers to secure the saiety of all American citi- PERSONALITIES. HARD TIMES. for IN AND AHtj.KO NEN YORK. N o thing de.'inite is known as to what Was done by tho grsnd Jury yesterday. Peter B Sweeney telegraphs that he is at si. Caihartnte, Ontario, simply for bis health. Another man named Dennis Flanagan, detained in tbe polios station Wednesusy bight, died in his cell. lbs weather yesterday was extremely cold the tb"rmomeier marking ft below sro at aix o'clock in the morning. Tne xupreine court iudgeadid not meet yesterday to set upon the resignation of James st. nweeney, as was expected The World fa s.editorially ,!t ia rumored that Tweed will resign nis dlreclorsnip tn tbe Erie, and whl be suooeeded by Denial Daw. Tbe examination of the dealings of officials st tbe offices of tbe olty banks is expected to result in Important disclos ure. It ia known that twenty per cent, of the fund divided by Woodward la atill un accounted for, and it is presumed that this money can allll be traced into the possession of Connolly. It is reported that the present Judges of the supreme court Ailed the place vacated by James M Sweeney ss olsrk jaatasilaj. ao sa to prevent tbe lnooming j adges to sot In tbe interest of reform. Tbe board ol Are underwriters propose to ask legislative actios, so thst in oase of an emergency like the reoeat fire ia Co'cago. companies could re-orgsnlxe st once, without waiting six weeks aa now provided. At at a meet lug of the Are commission ers yesterday it was announced that the tunde which had been heretofore advanced to pay tbe fire employes was exhausted, and tbat no provision had been made tor tbe future. Vsndsrbilt'a dead -fall on Fourth avenue s ii c insuered by a meeting of citizens last night, ana it wee resolved to petition tbe ietlels' ure to compel him to alter the tree a of hia road so ss to prevent the who. eeele murders so common of lata. It was also determined to bold Vender bllt iwnanallT reaponelule for the next sool- teot wnloa too piace irom tne t on Alelxsls wanted by Milwaukee. Alexis leaves Toronto to day Niagara. Tbe physicians who attended the Prince oi waiee ars to oe kntgnteo. The course of tbe recovery of the Prlncs os waiea is quite aatiaractory. Swayne.a Trenton, New Jersey, banker, as reportea sa s "tarns uueje. One of the Siamese twins is lying at the point oi ueatn at weir noine in Kortn Car olina. Lord Tenterdon and Charles Francis Adtma hsvs returned to London from Weld Co , Boston, charged with rev- enue s wine ling, propose to settle with the government. Robert Hodge, while out hunting, near Hoi Springs. Arkansas, accidentally ahot ana xiiiea nimsetx. i:zabeth Cady Stanton and others of bar set are boring congress attain in rater- anoe to woman suffrage, Bishop Osman Baker, of the Methodist Episcopal cnurcb. died at Concord. New n.uipsiiire, nreaaeaaay artemoon. R ibert W. Smyth, of Baltimore, ia'ely on iriai lor emoerzieing oulted States tunas, nas oeen acquitted. T. Vonwie, a younit man of eiahteen. ... . - . - . . .. committed sii.c os at Madison. Wisoou sin, Wedre3ay, by taking poison. The Chapman aisters, Otd John Collini the Irish comedian, John E Owens, and Mrs. D. P. Bowers are playing at New Or- BHBBl Madame Masssns. who claims relation ship with one of Napoleon's meat mar ehals, edits the Magnolia, a New Orleans magasme. Alexis, on his way to Montreal, wss tumbled about very unceremonious! v bv ma car running r.u toe tracK nasr Hrock uie, cianada, but fortunately was no1 run. i ieen Viotorla has received tho con gratuiationa of the president of tbe French republic on the recovery of the t'rtnoe or wales from his dangerous iil- rt-s. Grant Duff, M. P., in an address the other night a; h,lgin, advocated the cer severance in the commercial policy of tbe was ai. oooutn, ana treated the inter nationals with unsparring ridicule, A Sew York diepatoh ssys A. T. Stew art, the Lonilard estate, Win. B. Aator, Moaaa Taylor, Hugh Smith and others have been indicted for underestimating their estates and defrauding the city of The Washington correspondent of the Savannah News ssys: "Prominent Geor gians now here express the opinion that Bioaget win never return to tieorgta, but wm see au aeyium Wlin all trlend Bui. lock in Canada. ' E. J. Roye. president of Liberia an ex Ohioac, haa been deposed end imprisoned. together with his son, on the charge of muspprupomiuj fJUU.UUU Or Lilberlan roods. This carpetbagger mistook Liberia ior an American satrapy. Tbe Albany Argus, the official organ, pronounces me recently published ac count of an interview with Governor ttonman, of New York, on the passive policy, ' a pure invention, manufactured out oi tne wnoxe cloth." The Rochester Democrat save: "We do not credit the story of theBaaT Yoi k Com mercial Advertiser that Horace Greeley has elcped with Mrs. Woodhuil. It is aoutnees an invention or tne enemv whether the enemy of Mr. Greeley or Mrs. t oouuuii can nut oe yet told. John Morrleey, thst noble old sport.has suouauuu aotsour, a prominent Clncin natian, for $10,100 supposed to be ior the recovery oi s debt ol honor. The peti tion claims thst the sum nsmed wss ad vanced at the special reauestof defendan The matter ia being considerably discuss eu oo.e nre au 1 ia Cincinnati. The laat of G. F. Train's dispatches was addressed to Governor Campbell, of Wyomiuz territory, and as raietit be ex peeied. relates to the veto of the repeal ol tne woman sunrage aw in that territory. It is as follows: "You are a trumo. So are the women Taev must be united to a man. jext rresideut or Amorica. The Cincinnsti Gazstte ssys that H. Vr B 's investigation of Senator Harlan's fraudulent Indian claims is being pushed and that very soon official documents will oe published "proving ali tb has bsen narged in tne letters of a. v. B.. sod a great deal more, and worse." It seems, than, thst bad as it is tbe worst haa not bsen told. The rumor that the Grand Duke Alexis prefers little women is exercising a mar veiousenct among the sta.elv voune ladies of fashion, who are knocking the nign neeis irom tneir anoes, escuewing lottly eoittsura and otherwise seeking to reuuue tneir statue witcin tne limits sup posed to be approved bv the arrived scion oi royalty. A Madrid I'tter received in New York states thst Sickles received secret orders to return to Washington Immediately for consultation on Important State matters, most prooaoiy loe Cuban oompliosttcns The sudden re-call precipitated hia mar rlage, the oeremony being oelebrated only a few hours previous to hia departure for BBaaavaaas When VanBuren waa president bis ene mies threatened to impeach him if be received a present from Europe, which it was reportea woaid be enured blm. Sinoe then we have made auob progress, under Radical rule, that s president actually re ceived presents oi nouses, rarma, oocds noises, pup, ana c gars, and any person who says anything against it is called dis loyal. Gladstone, while expressing no opinion i to the merits cf the case, reirrets the d.fflcolty into which Genersl Hcbenck has fallen from his unfortunate pen chant ttt dabbling Is mining stt cks. (ilsdstone tickles Sobenck with the very poor feather tbat the Duke of Sunder- and wss allowed to engage in mi vat business whils representing Her Malse'v's government at sue rortugueae capital. Jesse R Grant, father of the Preeident as stricken with paralysis at 1 o'clock Wedneeday afternoon ia the Coviusrton aaasafBoa, fell to the floor end remained nse-mioie for an hoar, after which he was removed to hia residence. He wsa better at a late hour that night, having so far re covered ss to be sble to sit up a d talk some with his friends. His health bad bean of late aa good, apparently, aa usual with a man aeveuty-six years old. The wastrvnie Baamer's lAoaeatanie Ceaditioa o the Stale Flaaaees. We rind, ssys the Nashville Banner of Wed- nesdav, from an examination of tbe appropri ation bill, that tbe expenses of the general uasmblr lust iirtlonr.-ied are about aa follows aa per appropriation bill: ror per uieiu, inoujiMfra unu uinu - w Mlleaf 5,063 OS Xtise 3i To this amonnt some three or four thousand dollars abould be added for postage, paper, stationery, met. etc. Th nrcinwil lor an nhun.lant flODulT of our renpv at n.f mt.nit.1 iii nor at all euoourmslnr. Tne rate r.iee r.ir 18:2 i0 eenta) In view of the reduction of taxes senerally, WW not probably yield a revenue greater thsn i,40 IUHntm J) wmm. Thin will be the a-S mnt. un.l lh.n. of cnuise. s areai amount will not be collected. Out of arrearages, however, enough may be collected to oover the eaasaaaa alona for collecting the tax of 1HT2 and the re leases and insnlven, liata. Going upon ibe hypothesis Ui:il every unllar oi me aiweainim r,,r ik?- will h nKld In bv lanuarv. lWTi, or that guru, rather, realised from taxes prior to 1K72 nd Indudlug that year, 1st us see how muon better orr we win oe. Tennetmee money now outstand- :,:'.;.!.- el un.l iw. uuuer ae RiHlnu or the anorenle oourt of tae Stale.. 60 000 00 Wairjnts onlaiaodlng to lain oi Dmc1 ruber Tlurrowd money interest aeconnr m ....... Add eipeuiesofbtalo government, is at bales of cotton, 8t4 sacks seed and 36 sacks seed cotton. Tbe C. B Church has gone above the land lnc to lav tin The) hVlle Memphis brought down slot of i urooers Fr tne new eievaior si inia po.x. The James E. Rankin departed for New Ma drid f.r a trip of grain. The James Howard arrived from Cairo laat night two and a-half days out. She added 4000 aacka iiralu ramlnii down from Cairo. 8ne lava over until Pais morning. The Pal Cleburne leaves lor white river to morrow in place or the H f . watt. use emuek i , is1. At a ; ncm i ng oi tne pas- m. turner, neiu un NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MISSOURi STATE LOTTERY. Id corpora twKl in IStt. sef'sersoi the utamr H BaMVOt it wan S7.315 74 900 th O 0 mjm m T..I1 2J462.SIS 74 Lets taxtw 10 u paid in to Jt-ouary mi i w v.v uu Deficit. ,,tlJW111 74 The iimount of revenne crooer oollaoted for th' year eudiiuc S-pUjiuUer 3u, 1871. was $1,173,- fXHL h&d this out of arrearages, a tax of 90 eenta on real ettata, and a largar prtvUeue tax ihaa at Dres'-nt. If the tauie rate of oolleciloDh b- taio, we shall not have for the twelve months to come with u m-ceat lax on real eftate and a red u cad privilege taxi, collec toas amoont ing to over Sl.UOOyiWu. Tina Uavea aa In debt, January, IHT.i, for current expenses, tl,4ft2Tail5, o thai we shtUl ihen Ue in no better condition than at present, and no nearer a resumption of unmi payinenia in iai tnan now. The revenue bill lust enacted makes all war rants good for taxes, or in other words, places s r w .ai.i of warrants on a perfect equality wltn Tennessee money. As long as each remains r, so u below pi long wlU parties owing taxes pay them in, and as both aggregate more than tin amount f tax to be coIicied for the coni- :u,: yesx, it is safe to say that the treasury ot ue state wiu oe Dinarnpt ior anomer 3 ear, aud no relief afforded the various officers cf I the State who serve her as Judges, Jailers, uiriiat. fciienns, eic. Kesolved. Thst it is due to the Captain Wm. J Rusk. Alex. Stuart tue clerk, sua t.je other officers of the boat that we express our senti ments of auoreclation of the oourtssr and care wh'ch has been bestowed upon us, the aumernti passengers, uuriug ine present irip ITom Louisville to Memphis m roul for New Orleans, for excellent tare, pleasant accom modations, and every attention which can minister to tbe comfort of those who may travel on mis excellent ooai. w e commena it to the public. iuis;ued by seventy passengers. , For Halles Point The regular Monday and Friday coast packet Frank Forrest, Captain J. C. Androws, leaves to-day at 5 p.m. for Hailes Point and ail way Landings. Otho Joplln is her clerk. For Friars Point The fleet passanger packet Phil Allln, Captain James Lee, leaves to-day at 6 p.m. for Friars Point and all coast land ings Stack Lee and J, C. Harris are her chief pursers. For Napoleon The passenger steamer A. J. White, Captain George Maioue, leave to-day ui u jj.il wt .apoieon auu aii way ianuings. m : . :.. tr. v ieiaa is ciers. For New 01 leanp The line and fleet P assail- ger stesmer Charles Bodman, Captain C. P. Shlnkle, leaver to-day at 4 p.m. for New Or leans and all way landings. A. By em has charge ol the oincc. For Osceola The Undine, Captain Good rich, leaved to-day at?5 u.m. as above. For Vicksoore Tue Cltv ot Vioksbnrff. Captain a. J. Carter, leaves to-lay at 10 a.m. r .r lcxsonrg and all way land iv gs. Garrett nam is clerk, Forwt Francis Blver The fine steamer St. Francis. C -plain T. R. Bowman, leaves as Hhove. stooping at all way landings between nere sna neiena. ner nour 01 aepaiture is d m. earn raine. uuiv uean and A ndv Granger, clerks. For Arkansas river The United States man packet uardanelie. Cant in Kd. Now- land, leaves to-day at 5 p.m. for Pine Bluff, Little Bock and all culms on the Arkansas river. Mr. John W. Williams is chief elar. For New UriesnE Th Hunrv a mas. Can- tln J. W. Jacuhs. IM7M tn ilav at a n rn fnr ow uneans. aar. iking IB cierk. For New Orleans The Potomac, Captain omcawaar, leaves ut-aay at 4 p.m. as ao jve. MORWING CLAOBNo. 6rJ6. 41,88,49 81,44,40,8,63,28,56,68,18,80, JCVKHIKQ CLAHft-Ifo.flOa. 36, 17, 72, 57, 87, 28, 6, 65, Stt, 41, 75, 74. Lotteries drawn twit dally. Prises from 100 to 050.00C, paid in money by J, S. IrQl M1V oM HnMh PiMSttl as Vnv IsTT a- airaiuai asm , vva tivi u vuiu m ss iwa awt , Mem oills. Tann.. P.O. MURRAY. MTT.T.wrri a 00.. Manacars. St. bonis. Ma. MISSISSIPPI AGRICULTURAL EDUCATIONAL ASO MANUFACTURING, AID SOCIETY, Autior'.red by the LedslatTira ot the H tats. THCESDiT MOKHIHG, CLASS 21, OBO. 21, 1E7J. 1 I I I i I T I t II II U II 11 a. 21. ST. n, 48. 81. H. it 69. 8. 5. ill. to. 5. TaCBSDAT VHPO. CI.aSS HO, OKO VI, liflL l aaaDDsvujiiiaiaia 77, 6t, 8, 21, 6, MS. 36 13 t, H TV. as? ssuuaii otrkjct. MASONIC NOTICE. THE staled communication of a Kllwl"nlng Lodfe No. Ml, will be Vy held ihlstFrtlLrAz') evening. lieeember rV in, ai 7 o o.ock lor aiapaioQ ol onsiaeas an ti. ivl :r;us or urriUMtta. All M. M.'s are rratrrnalir lnvlied. BT order ol W. B. SlCHARDh.1, W. M. Louis c z spar r, Hee'r. dsa NOTICE. THKHE will be a meeting of the Directors and stockholders of ih Memphis Law Llbraiv aasoolaiion. at 2Va o'eloek on nan rniu k aivernoon. uereuioer . is; 1. at at o- onU Chancery Court-room. AU of the mem bers of tne bar, whether u nolo" era or not are wouciiea w aiwsno. 021 W. P. WILSON, President 0I8S0LU TION of COPARTNERSHIP. pHS Arm of Goodykab A HixiaB was dla X solved on ths igth December by mntnal consent, u F. Uoodtkab retiring J. B. hill having pnrchasea me entire interest, as somes all the liabilities and haa entire onarae ot the settlement of the bnslmss f the late tit:n. j. a. tLLL.ua, D. JT. ii UOD t SAB. REFORM. A Plan to HsMlnce the Taxes ceases in Xsmpbls. and ial- Editor AppealLet the city become an lnsnr anue company and Insure rroperty within Its limits, and take such outside risks as may he cousideied prudent. Befurm Is the order of the day, and you cannot make great reforms without doing away with old customs and In troducing new policies. Mow the old custom of keeping up nra-companies at an expense cf two or ibri-c hundred thousand dollars or year for the benedt of Insurance companies, nas exisuxi ion; enougu. inose compauies have mad money enough at the people acoat. iei me neouie oi ineinuiiiM see i int-v cannot uerive so;m ueneai irom tnis great pemuture. The property -bolder, wuiie nav ng u tne cny nis per cenu ior insurance, win nsjlisai tnai tit- m iusiaiiuni; a policy tual wm eveutuaiiy reduce his taxes. The business man will see that such a course 'Mil eveiiui y reduce his taxes, and his license also. La borers and mechanics will discover that such policy will evi-umaiiy lend to r duce tne price ot living. And finally, tbat such a ool- lev w:um, ai.er tne .apse -i a lew v ears, en able the city to stop that desiructive avstem of seiiiuK ner oouus ior nail Lneir lace, wn cn is niaa Lg ioois oi tne uusineas ana working classes to tatten mo n lea incorporations and SDeniiaiors, i in amount oi money paia for insurance in this city is very great and, were It paid Into in ci y trrSHhui v, lemnnia. m a iew snuri year'.. WOUM rvatiave aret H,,u k munerated lor her expendlturestln keeping up the best orgauls-dd lire companies In the United Stater. Fire Is, as it were, hM,:mJe&s in Memphis, hence the Insurance com panics are reaping a rich harvest In this locai.iy. iui' ctty nas 'juiiuimrs enunah and omirwrs enougu to periorm an tue uuties con nected with in uranra without much addi tional expense. N wonder you have a lanco inoei oi insurance oinces wltn their aassnCs solicit iuu your prcnaae. iuu are so well guarded against loss by lire they like to Insure ,ur you. .Now count The number of offices and thair solicitors with their heavy ox pen see, then note kiio uiviuriiim 'jccmita an u you can lorra an idea what Memphis would gain by adopting mm uoo I'oncy. noine potior. Dome uiaos- try. home Insurance, home manufacture, home educational institutee, ami all things that can oe donu or ma le at hone should be eneuuragod. NEW DEPABTL HE. HE COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD. UrATT. r REPORT BY TELEGRAPH. LIVERPOOL. Liverpool. December 31. Cotton market I firm; middling uplands. VWaiOd: middlina 'jiicttu, iutu; saies, ioiw uaies, oi wmcn siO'J bales were lor export and speculatioa. NEW YORK. New York, December 21. OJlton market act:ve at advanced price; middling up- 1MUUS, aSC'-.C. iNliW UK.laiiAiVl3. ew Orleans. December 21. Cotton mar ket nrm; good oral nary. IrrHlfWc: low mid dling, is" ttiy Vis; middling, i&utfrc. Bales, joOO balect; receipts, bales; exports ecast- wim, on uaies; hlock, ik, oaies. CINCLNNATL CxivcxsrRATX. December 21. Cotton msrkAt nrm, wun lair ueiund: low middling, it0 a1- utiuuuufj, kwyiQL3?2V. T. LOUIS. Bt. Louis, December 21. Colton market quiet; iniudllng, lso. iiO u is vims. LOUTS VILLB. Deoember 21. Catlnn mark at firmer, and prices iUgber; middling uplands. Nashville. Deoember 21 Cotton market nrm. wun ralr demand at iu rttniv. nrinu- ljtt ii-i iik, uoja. TbanklnE the nnbllo for Dtst favors. I rro miss to try to ofler additional lndnoemenis ior malr oontiunance in tne mture. 1. B. UlLLU, (122 Drngalst. all Malu street. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 429, In the Beoond Chancery 'Jonrt of isneioy oouniy, rennsasee. uaini watson vs. Tne Kooaand rraot society ol the Mem phis Cone.ence, the President. Ueoretaiy Lilreotors, Miociii'.iders and "all others wnere notes are neld by the society on Dald." IT appearing from the bill duly sworn to In this cause that the defendants, "all othsrs whose notes are held by the (Society unpaid," are non.reeldenu ol the State oi Tennessee, cr that their residences are an Known: It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and Master, That they make their ap pearance herein, t-t the Courthouse of tne Beoond Chancery Court. In the cltv of Memphis, Tenn., on or before the first jAonoay m r&oraary, 1572, and plead, an swer or demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be taken lor confessed as to tnem and set lor bearing ex parte, and that a cupy 01 tnis oraer oe puDiisnea ones i week, for four suooesslve weeks, in the Mem phis Appeal. A oopy sliest : M.D. u BIKWAHT. Clerk and Master. Homes A Poston. Bols. lor oomplt. d22.fr MONETARY AND FINANCIAL MATTERS. IaATBST rbpobt by telegraph., NEW YORK. . New York, Deoember 21. 01U Touched lUH. to-dftv th Imcur prloe reached since ' June, ISttZ closing a, . ail--. lUalllBl :rIIl 1. 'i M Till! I iear!lik!b $4AJXO(HMi. Rtda fnr irnvAm mn gold, a..outi hi from Un to lt8tt-luu; awards J.UJU.UW iiuiu iVOy W 1UO OO-IUU. rjriiUii KXfliisnsTi HuikaM1 h u raii Monev was active at i-Jtt m I. is nHrnant rr outnernHtate SecurleUes Were firmer tn new South Carol nas. hnt fiMlrtMtflv inar tn Teuuess esand Vliglnlas.and generally heavy in the balance of the list. The olosing quota- Teune-ees. old... QL MlssonrlM. fl7 v irgimas, om oz ; . t.arollnas, new la Virginias, new 81- Gold J0H United States Hecuri lias tTArn inwr in Bvm pathy with Bold, but closed staadv. TffeifAino- BUCKWHEAT FLOUR ! TLTBT T H?HrVKD BY BAIL TO-DAT: ONK O Hundred Uarreis New YorE State Buck wheat Flour, de ected for onr tine trace. OLIVER, FINNIE & CO. AT the request of many friends and eltl I sns of the Seventh ward. 1 hereby n- nounc myself asa osndlda'e for councilman in the ens al hi muuicioal election. In msk. leg the above annouuoemen l it is due to my friends nd the oifs ns of my ward to state that my platform is of the nrasrMilvn nhar. soter, and uhouid I b come their choice what ablll'yimay. In my humble sphere possess. win oe aevoteu wnoi y -o rry oonsil aenti JOU1N U. MILL..!.. WE ADVISE YOU TO SECURE THE 8KBVICB3 OF .Ziiion, THE MONTHLIES. 5-2mofl!l JG6V 5-2faof 188.. -S of low Ms)i o-2W of 1S81.... i XI 7irJ2L if 1U5' I WT ctHHH a m HOTiHir, especially if yon snf- '."W..li : Currency 6s llfaZ I VV itrwlb ("HR ish: WRlvii n.ii. I n.Mr. -v no matter or n.-w lomr standing. The Galaxy for January Is a glorious promise f thl m to come in liC2, Amona i hs sr. .cies wo nui kjt caret u: resUiUg ate Arcu- u is nop jiunniue. ny Mcuariny: tne "ttesi tiulf Stream," by Dr. Hayes; " Fifteen Years a Unakeress;" and 'The Jews: What They are Corning to, ' by Rosenblatt. Joe Loole, at - j" .2 .uiLin riireei, nas it ior saie. The Eclectic for January Is weighed down witn the ciesm of the best t-;uaiil-h. Irish. Scotch and Continental publications. It Is ricn in variety, liverj- spHde and clas of hu manity cau find within its well-stored psges Noiiiriuii'K 10 sautny a tuirst iiiranowieu.ee. and desire to uicrea-e the taste for what Is ej.-vH.imi m literature. W ill. Manford. corner of Monroe and Second streets, has It for sale. P-tee's Musical Monthly for Jannwrv fnlUlls every prom :se made to the hundred inooawnu suL'scnners wuu tiupi'ort it. it is to mu-ical people what the Kclectl'i Monthly " i ihe Weelc is to tlie ilernrv worli. Nn i household should be without it. It secures for a ridiculously small smui an amount and oh-r-actt-r of music that many dollaia could not ouy. l.LPPincoTT a for January Is a xnlendld num. ber, as this table of conieuls Indicates i sicram- Hinuiixsl : lie Aius in the esxn lsHb-'ti8. chapUr 9 and y. Illustrated ; Christmas Carol ; -"iitwiiwn ui s cnrisirnas rire. our l(ew rorl aioriu-signaiv, illustrated ; Aytoun, chapter 1 ; Tv pes oi Casiiilan Vagrancy : Brown Chnst- n.a Bundle: A Dog of Flanden-i a Storv of : J he .iwh fl i It. it-Mt of 1867 llfr 3t0ClCsand Bonds StnRllt, niwnftl itmn.anri sctlve. eenecl&llv fnr Pu-inn u.n Nnrtt... ern and Wab&sn. At the close Hie market waa I ueav y azu luwer. LOSDON. Loitdos, Deoember 21. The monev markf.t I I'nnun mnna. 008 Tat w. it.ee im. reaaaaaaaaaaa y-Ai v. s. aaa, ihst oaTI I u ..irv. iu ,1 r .. ... i" I M ew MM . CO. SS aSI fAj.ua. Pasis, December 21. Rentes, btl. 36o. FBANKFORT. Fbaitoobt. December 21. rmted aeuurin. m nve-iwenues or una, Stales a THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET. (LATEST BXPOKT B T ,TJD JOKAPH.J New Yrinrr. TlftmhpOi The greatest feature Is tbe entire clolnir out o! iOU.UOO doaen of slx-oord spool ootlon. of o'r.'1 at yaasssrs manuracrure, u a leading ui.iuu.dv iuuur. wuu will in.r 11 n,.r Kutnr. uey ai me eziretnviy low price of ttH; net cash, per dosen, which Is only about the price atked lor nil brands of three-cord thread. The market wss otherwise quiet and steady, and unuiuully tlrm lor thi& season for all staple These are some of his remedies, and with which he has cured some of ths most seveie cases with one tieatment. 80 AN0 TALK WITH SIS PATIENTS of USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL Xt. 1ST TML JlW. SB NEW YEAR'SPRE8ENT8 ! Jast Oavaaed. the Larccat and Hast B (HI Assart meat ai Holiday Goods EVJSB SHOWS IN MEMPHIS. o r- cSaiSo( s MAI. STF.E1T , m I JO SHSBBBBBBBm BBBsi BBsl SBBBsl MBBSBBBBBBBP JBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbS' sar W. are now raannrarta'twa la Waaaaaila sat satire) lias of asatt iwmnsrsrlaUtln Xmshli sa sstlrs lias of ror snrreiail traw. we are afso assisl iass iw assatllT.si si Is j If. and at m belter mirgls ifaaa we hv, ef-t psrsSas'S la ' ass latltasxasalaa'tai. mt i ons rj isS vitj vsalasa rsa riallj- JOS. . IjSVE rT rsto 0O..816 1 A. Seessel & Son FINAI. Clearing Sale ENTIRE STOCK .w25 Still Further Reduced ! AtTaatzx SOLID SILVER, SILVSR PLS.TB, KHKNOH CLOCKS, .1(1, 1 ti u- . A ... UU a a Ticrv uonm ate. fiAMEO rJErS, OAMKO -KTS. un X A MJLTd, UOLD OKTH. OPERA UHAIHH, riiain uulu amus, BRACELETS. MEtKUAfE-l. lolkkth TlNal crjTLHRT. W, CJ. B Y RD, 275 MAIN STREET. J.WHITE db OO. WE OFFER THIS WEEK IMPORTERS AND 10,000 Tea Canisters Given Away. FBOM this data, until after the Holidays, we will present to each purchaser of one lkjudu or more oi -res, one or onr osaaurai nronsea Tea Canute's Wlf DEAN AGO, d!9 iW and mjj Poplar street. BARGAINS DEALERS IN EXTRAORDINARY Every piece of Goods IK THS Dry Goods GREAT ATTRACTIONS III DRY GOODS! Holidays! -SWT B. LOWENSTEIN HARDWARE, Machinery and Implements, retail department AGENTS FOR American Needle Cotton Sin, and Ames' Portable Engines. MARKED STILL LOWER Special inducements offered in HFJ.I ULTUe. WarehcmBW, 229 Seeond Otreai. GREAT REDUCTI'N ooi6 E CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TOOTJB VELVET aud GOOD SACRIFICE! We are sow erTerlse the Taiaasl and as sat at iraetlre sasartasrat at JACOB GANS, 298 Main Street, in view of the approaching holidays, has made a still further redaction in Drices. and sroArantaeB tn ffHL.1. LoWKR i nan any oiner nouae in tne city. OPERA CLOAKS MARKED AT FIRST COST I Remember our Lottery ! I VERY $5 WORTH OF SUITABLE WOmt Christmas and New Year's PRESENTS, Veianrsat eatlltaa Purlin at "S. I rewen .WI.M, au weal, as. BeaaUfal hasten Plaids a 1 oo par rar-fsi aaas ly said at . in -SO " a a OO " a a DfiY GOODS S5ITXTXJB THB Sash Ribbons Cheaper than Ever Before. PURCHASER TO A TICKET. war aefars off red 1 tae ana pais. Hell ffXTET CL4SKS, RICH ISTBAI K.V CLOAKS, RICH 1'I.Ol H ClAti.HH, SUCH aPUA CLOAKS, ia all tae newest and aaaat hapaa. 4 SO-Warth. ... na Wartk .. T no Worth 75 nud ssw.rs. uo w a LaHes' aaawl at I.-dle.' nkawls at Flae F reach oraeta at . Vine all wool Blankets a Flae Blanketa, Calra arae nl Ju w-W.rt.. UsaMs Unmask TaaleLlnea worth 1 SO per yard loahie Tanle l.iuea. br.a. warth 1 eO per yard All Linen Towelaisasa Inehesat . All Linen towels 21tx so inehea at. . All l.lnea rowels 2443 menes at lOO dosen Pa ash Towels at. ai ia oal -s A. SEESSEL & SON 1SH eenta aaeb 'as aanta aaeh easts aaaat I ptr das Ladies' and Gents' Hats and furnishing- goods at prices within the reach RICH AND ELEGANT SILKS IN L. We 01111 8Pecial attention to our large and well-selected stock of Ladles uents- ana nnaren i TAFRTA, FAIUB, ClaUtfi SSAla ami UK Ofl da LTOM. w los;tbr wltn s Foil Unc mt 259 Main Street, OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE. BonneS's Unrivalled Custom-made Boots and Shoes. fJOV G00GS aSTThis Stock was purchased by a practical Shoemaker, and la raaranteed I BatFS rHa WU forfeit Il'OQ for inirva VKNPRBA I. I 18BEliefBllsmrnre. Write tilm and icot oneuf kliClrrai.m d in all caaesor nl'RlV . iK maiiimk von can give him with PHBFBi: r aAFKTTt your ounic euiiiiu.un a, in LUB inUQ OI IQS aniurmnaie oi aula anjL-o. ail 01 SOLUTION. Noel, lUuM rated : A Rus- lUthUi ' rv : bihu Family Wulx-DUDt; la Qsjod Time; The1 uoouug w oman ; maurmcsm irom r orster s Lire oi iia. ies Lficseas; ino Uftiiiornia ifamilv Cat ; A KuKt-uau Prlnoe . Notes; A Handbook of j-e-jenoary ami Myinoioaicai Art: Left to Hr- seii ; At Last : a Cttrlstmas In tn West ladles. RIVER NEWS. Boats lreavlass; To-Day. Friars Point Phil Alxlh NHi'-.ieuu J.WaiTS - Ancautras river ...Uakda.vkllb. t. Cr-.D"srter...ST. fXAAOta , Xialles Point.... iCBUUIg Nw)rleuMP. New Orleans.... Osceola Cmciaiail p.m aaaa p.m aafsf p.m F. KohiLEST 5 p.m . v iubLsbubu. -iu a.m HltNKY MMM 4 D.m ..CBAKLW BODHAM. 4 p.m Qm vs.. .Potomac RAILROAD NEWS. Chrlatanaa Celebrailosu The (.InctnnatL Rlchmoni and Port U'tma raviirvaau, wujcu um ouu reoeDUT comp'eteu. Will ka r..-a... ... W- ....hi. T ..... . , I aF.I. s. ua wv uiwuau t lUC puuuj VCCCU1 Wl aaUl. According to the present lndlcatlouR there nu iltue doabt that the aa of KtHk and (rouid as Erie Magnate are numbered. The ctmninaiion (( l l. ti itiem of foretgu aud do mestic luauenoe and capital la so strong ihey sr ftervices Icsderal. H. C. Lord brings su t against the Whlte atet Valley Ohio railroad for t45.00D with Interest, un a: count of Hervloes as president and manager from IM6 to 1870, and is Heeklnx loatiacb the roliuig-stock of the road on tiat SSPSBSBBBS libera ssd W eat era ftailroasl Ao- Lawrence C K.. KiajaMin P. W. Strader Phil Aiiin ! Frar k Forrest cndine H. .Turner Jam en HowaixL ttaate KiUUcy w ..o p.m 4 p.m. Clnclnnall awansvlile New Orleans Friars Point Hailes Point ( W MS. I II i u i ro - Cairo New Orleans P W.Sua-'er Jan. E. Eankin H. ci. Turner Kale Kinney St, Louis ... New Madrid ...New Orieans Cairo A meeuntr of tbe president. siiuerlniMii. uenwi. or umer aeuerai managing omoers of the w ester n and Southern railnjads, will be held att. bouib on tbe lhth of Januarv uxt. for tho purpose ol organizing an association of such onloeni for the advanoi ment of ra; road manMueiueut ana raiiroad :utesete throuuh- out me v eat ana noulb. A committee was appointee, to can luxs meeting by tfiect uv.-n- tiou of raaruad umcen. al Hi. Louis on the Uih lnaL ionisers B From the Mobile Kegl titer of the l&th, we get tbe following Inter tiling ltenia In reference to boutbern roads: A telegraph office has been established at ULrmiuxnan, on me A.iaoama anu vi atta- nooga railioad A brakeman on the New Orleans and Jaeanon railroad btd uls arm M-ve. rely lnjurad while "coupling" a train a few day, ago. ll is sifted that a paaaenger in jured on tbe Alabama and Chattanooga rail road. near Elytra, n.t long ago, lint brought -.ult against the -State of A'abama tor taints dam ages Maj. .. rv iiosioid, aMiHtaut superin tendent of tbe Moi -lie and Ohio railroad, waa elected an alderman of Macon, Mlatdsslppl. re ceiving the largest Democratic vote poiled The MlattiaidppT legislature lnoorporaied the Grenada and Meridian railroad company rand, like the French king, who marchea up the bill and back again, tnat lsa.1 we hear about IX. ...Tbe Canton Miselsalpplj American Citizen ays five nuudred and forty-eight votes were cast In ao election to determine whether or not canton woaid snbscrlbe iliQrOou to the Mobile and North western railroad, and out of the number only three went against tbe subscription The West Point Mississippi ClUsen oomes down on tbe Mobile and Ohio railroad with forty -horse power. In Africa, It lssald, there is a little aaltnal whlob, the mo ment It is born, turns round and endeavors 10 devour its mother Tbe preliminary survey of tbe proposed Eufaula, Abbeville and Ouif railroad bs been comple ed, and the chJef engineer, Major Gordon Oal rd ner, reports the country well adapted to tbe ooustroctlon of work, there being only two heavy grades on the whole Una. Tbe people along ihe line are booefuj of tne rehul nnd STnrass a determina- tion to exert theiuselves to make the enter prise an Immediate success. The Xaahville Banner says- "The Vill'am- son Journal -nd Kiankiln Review hav, coo aolidated, under the title of Bevlew and Joar-Bu-L UayneM k bro. will be tbe publishers, with Buike Bonde, w'hom we regard as one of tbe ablest writers in the State, as editor. Messrs. F gcres, Allison and House retire. We bear that Mr. Figures has connected h mself wltn the Coi.inibia Herald Judging from tbe material oui of which the Review and Journal has bean formed, it is likely to take a position U th treat rank at reiikesaee JwnalUn- ' Lawrence. Belle Lee. Dardanelle. Pbii AiJlu. Undine. Frank Forrest. lie;i Memphis. James Howard, Hi era and Boslnes The weather since last report haa been very ooid, freezing, up to a late hour last night. The river ten i:-ii -Lii UfS, ana no urosneGi or rise. The Ohio is repotted frozen over at Cin cinnati. aviu;auon :s wonamv susit nu-.-.i between St. Lou island Cairo. The river here Is n-w h inches above the lau- f w-water mark. Hlx feel is reported from here to Cairo, and the same irom tiere to Helena, i no Arkansas and V bite rivers are railing slowly. By Teleerra-plt. Little Rock. Isacember 21. Weather cloud v ami ver coi . w.in a.MigiiL buuw mis evening. DeDarted Fort ilbson, ror above V w ..- I In I D . v-o rtswumrutl. ) A Putnam. Cincinnati: Lade Lee and .John Howard, St. Louis. Depart i- Cit. of Cairo and John r. Tulle, at. Louis; Km ma C. EH ott. Memphis. f iNCi.NNATi, December 21. The river Is frozen over at the toot of Broadway, Central I'uut: aui i iiin sireei.Hiiu i 'lsing. sUDoum-u to be from the influence of gorges. Vveathor h un inLHierateu. Hi u is somewnat ciondv. Cairo. Dcceianer Ji. Arrived Armadillo. from Newrleaurs 4 p.m; Ada Hell man, Mem phis. Departed bedfast. New Orleans.2 p.m; Bismarck, New Oi leans 4 p.m. River has fall en 1 inch, weather anowm. cold. rtnan v. L'l-i'eiiioer -w oatner sun in. tensely ooid. River ia frozen over al this point. wntcn na-s hoi im-cuitoi ioi -seven years. Nasjivillk. iM-cemotjr zi, KJvar raiiina. wltb 16 indie on HarutXh Shoals. Weather cloudy and cold. hVA.vsi:..K, i.'eopmoer L'i.rtiver closed with Ice at 5 a.m. Weather clear and cold till noon; now cloudy, with signs of snow. Mer cury Ms. River swelling irom the ellect of the -o arrivals since iatnigna Mlsnstlasissaa. The Frank Forrest came In from Hall a Point with si bales of oo'ton. If sacks of seed. IA sru-ks of seed ootton. and 2ss sacks of oorn. The Kate Kinu-y oume in from NewOrleaus. b day- out. She dlscbarKd here 11 baJasof cot ton. 230 sucks ol seed, yj har narrellof molas- 1 ee, 12 hbus ol sugar, and sV hhds of iron. t.he nad -zli ions ior aoove. Th ti, a. turner amvea rrom Cairo laat nieni at aara. one aaoeo ssuu sacKs or oti. oomtng down from Oalro, and dlscbargeahere Hj pa' sages oi nuuunea. one ueparted lor ew i leans wu.i crowded passenger tr;D. In clu lius two bridal parties. ibe ti; to qui ar riven rrom tne wrack of i steamer Fanny Brandts. She left two barges mere ior wiwesktsNS wnM ' had Weather snowing since 1 p.m., and THE3QBE8TIC PRODUCE MARKETS. ,LATKST BKPOBT BT TKLMEAPH. CINCINNATI. CKfCHrifATr. December 21. Flnnr 1. In r.ir aernanu sna nrm ; rmnlly, 16 86. Wheat is steady, wltb a moderate demand, at II v.' ji u. l..ui.k:ij .iui. ixiuueiswj uemscu, al 40 awe. Rye caroe and firm, at hoa2v fi.t. ure In fair demand aud the maraut arm, at 3g oinc. Barley source and nrm, as regards Fum. iu uuuice me wnoie raune ai 70OBM). Other articles unchanged. Pork dull snduu- seuiea ; it can im oousht at 113 i:: Lard quielanil wealt : SSc aski.Kl : slc olfereil. Bulk meats dull and nominal, at -!lt!3&WlAtH4o. UiLiiin inili.t a, i.l u..u7 ui .-i .. .... ders, clear rib or clear sides. Hogs dull, and the maiket is unsettled, closiua nominal at ! 31 45. Green meats are dull and holders are KUliims to sell : sduuJuers. 4nc : sides. 5Kc: hams, 7SHc H hlsky steady with a mods- ia U.UUUJU, ai tutc. CHICAGO. ' Hicsoo. Deoember ai. Flour dnll. hnt nn. chmised. Wbeal otieueii arm. but dosed dull: Sirlug CnlnaKO No 1, II 21S; do No 2, tl 17)4; do . . o, si ik.i ;uv corn in lair demand firm; No 2 mixed, 40H94c. Oals-a sp latlve demand, and uiicea higher; No. 2, Kye quiet aud weak; No. 2, t!2&tl3c. Barn- lair demun.i. and urices advhi.niHl: .nrlnir as t yjftislo: oo No. t, 60o. Pork uuiet auu un- chimged In every respect; J13 10. Lard oriet and unchanged; y. Hams, sugsrured, 3y,a c. (iraenineals hams, oSavJc; shoulders, ;ifco: Pi.xnK.IHAa lil. '.El.. U..l,r 1 . . chauued. Beef uroducla Mtailv. Hna ilml and prloes a shade lower, live, S3 tUfat 30, with prospects of a further decline; dressed, .4 ju A 1' ...... .. -. . . T w w. " u.m) aink.L u uueuanaeu: oro. UlUISVILLK. LOUISVXLI.K. December 21. Tobacco: aala.nl 70 uuds. int. al ss on flow to good leaf.tt 2S3 mis- '"s 4UI.I .un iiiwuy. I lour ac- uts anc nrm ; extra lamuy. as ou. ursln qu et and nrm. Wheat,! KAl 46 Coin 50 ioxs. ear and .belled, Oats, 4th. Rye, logs, .-i iv, nasi rsw nacksrs onerat. mg. Froviaions quiet and Arm. Mess Pork, 6i; dear sldss. To packed. Hams, .ugsr- tured. new. l.n nsnkiwl. ' .r.l m .ai,. . IL nirtn U. " . T 'J , WW, ST. LOUIS. St. Loctb. December 21. Klonr dnll. hut nn. cnai ged; small sales, extra winter, 16 7506 10. vi ueat Heavy; um enougb done to make quo tations. Corn dull and Drlcas drooolnr: mixaH Mt..ru, ,..m unu anu a traction better: n.lXfd ou track, ioc. Barlev uulet: Isll u.lri oQia.ac. n.ye noming anne. Whisky no sales, looaoco sicauy. llelup and bagging dull. Pork dull, U4. Dry sailed meals low er auu weaa; luiouioers, 4o. Bacon unchanged; only au order trade iloine. l.ard lower so Hons dull and low.-r to sell: varda full: Ijivni vw, cn Miws, laaw caiue uncuanged. NASHVILLE. N ash vili.s. December 21. Flour firm st last quoiauous. ueat, si 4031 ru. uorn, two. Rye. $1. uats. 060. Barley, 65870c Cornmeal, MMa. Balk mast, are in fair demand; shoul der.., 5)40; clear rib, Hic; clear sides. To. Lara, in ..uc Maui! v , aetiie-rouuereu, wyvz. aflBB purs., nvii jo. zsump pora, vu 00. Hogs, T'HK copartnership in the practice of Law a. nereuiiore exisung oeiween 1J. A.. Morlaa and S P. Walker is this day dissolved by ma- trial consent. The axis tine business or ihe nrm is uisousea 01 in a msnner t.hst it c supposed wlil prove satisfactory to oltents. wuo, unui mriaer notioe, s-e reierred for In- loimauou to me present tns 01 the Arm. AI. a.. MOItAJC. da 8. 1'.WiLKKB. COTTON SEED. THE MEMPHIS OIL COMPANY will tar nish saots on application, and pay 110 per ton lor sound seed, either hv aaasaw . rail 1 1 to . j. r. Doaxos, snp't. Decern ber 18, 1871. dec 18 JOHN LILLY, Wines and Liquors, No. 851 Main Stmt. inpHD, LEMON'g PATENT 6RATE. THK undersigned, after an experience ex tendlna ver several wacka. take niaa- U1B 1U IwWUUUWUOlUg r. HANS I.EJIOS'S PATKHT Pat. CKim of aarrrus ubatxh. Which, it la not too mnch to sax. Cotalslaea all ibe exeei'eaeias al ths Bast Urates asat Parlor Staves. We nnhesltatlnelv recommend Mr. Le mon's Patent to the people. Ones tasted, it i. ever laiia is give sausiaction. J. M. Keating, Appeal office. u.. a., ieiuy, 1.. w. a.eainoisr, W. D. Beard. Jno. W Walker, K. J. Moraan. A J. Wheeler. S. A. Norton, Benjamin Babb, eo. Melisrsh, H. L, Dnval, C. St. Chnrch. d a. VAOQAXO, b. vaoosao. 0. aioxxaaa. A. S. TAOABO A. YAGCARO & GO saw Otalat. B MARRIED. gorge below. wooL.Dli.DOit woODxtDFF -At the resi dence of Amos Woodruff, on the 21st instant by the Rev. F. H. Bowman, Eosiar W00L DaioeB and Miss Mollis L. Woodbdm, all 01 1 i.oity. GREEN BORFORD At the rstldenoe of captain uarrstt, Memphis, December 21,1871, y tne r... w. M Pa.teiaou, P. N. Uexxk, ol Union City, and Mia. MAoaia S. Btjbtoxd. of Memphis THOMPSON CABDALL At the rssldenee ef the brlds't father, by the Rev. 0. 0. Par sons, T. TaoatsoH and Miss Exuua Cab- d.ll, sldest daughter of John Cardall, ail sf 1 a is city. WINES, LIQUORS CIGARS, ETC., No. 324 Front Street, af KMPHTH. TKNTJT5S8KB AUDL KUBBAT. tainon, MURRAY a RIOQELY, MERCHANT TAILORS, He. 31 Madison Stmt, l of Clark's Jewelry store. M KM PR IH. TENN Tbe St. r rands I not arrived up to dark yesterday but wlil oe 10 early this morning. To is.sve si m. 101 aii poiuis m rwiipa Bayou The Phil Aliin arrived from Friars Point wltn 8 s bales 01 coiioo, law sacks seed and crowded with Diwsenaers. The Be le Memphis, Rankin and Lawrence arrive i irom soove wimgooa trip.. Tbe P. W. bi ruder passed up early yeaterdav morning hiier uiscoarging nere ijo sacks cor see, ss unoa .ugsr, 113 oois 0IEU. MCCAFFREY OO. IM bbis uir. arsnsas and 11 Dales ootton. lbs radios srrlvsd traat Oseeela wltat AaSHTlUJ..u On WMlnnUH .. Ht n in. I Uinm. .1 . TT . .. - " . " " ' " . www. imiuiiwiui SB.. 1 d r. Armstrong. Ths friends and acquslntanes are invited to attend her loneral, at the rsaidenoe o( J. M Patrick, Na A Union street, this (FBJDATj moralag, ad last,, at IS o'elock, Bervloes by las ar, ux. wBsat, 263 SECUNO ST., 0PP. COURT SQUARE, SKNKBAL FUNERAL UNDERTAKE 88 Mstallle Csskets. Oases sad Wooden Kaa always on aaad. dif RICH DRESS GOODS, la all Uae aawaat Colors sad aaaat Bel eel Fabrics. iaj give saiiniauuuu in tjvery particular. Persons wishing to get the largest amount of goods for the smallest amonnt ui uiuuey, wui uo wen w utui on JACOB GANS. SACRIFICED ! SHAWLS ! SHAWLS ! W,WCE " P,ES 1 toys! CANDIES, CAKES, Etc , Elegant 1 Attractive 1 Cheap i NOVELTIES IN auaiKBT. lUMBOIfB. IMS TIES, A5D SASIIEB, awavBa) AID I.ACB UUODS, And a aaaat attract! aa Dlsplav at BTaar Faaer Soada, all af whlcB we FIREWORKS, HEADQUARTERS S7 BTADUOH STREET, Wholesale and Retail 4Jenetl Prteaa daring lavs aura, sent ta.ata. B. Lowenstein&Bros 242 ant 244 Mail St, CORNER OF JEFFERSON ST. TOYS, TOYS, TOYS ! HOLIDAY PBKSKHTB 'Or YOUNG AMGR loa. The publlo will One here at all times tne nnesi and choicest Uaaleatlona. Haa, raatry, ate. Orders tor Weddings, Private Parties, etc, are made a specialty. de7 daw HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY, OF MEMPHIS, OFFICE, No, 7 MADISON STREET. SPICER RYAN, 6R0GERS, No. ao-a Twrj-wilri SBtV. New Arrivals froaHew York . . suncaHB, i w. a. a i.aaKATat. Tat r. m, nuoi, im 1 1 m W. M BT j l.lalT, Aaa't DIKHCTOKSi S. H, DTj HTSCOMD, W. B. SALBBKATH, D. H. TOW USKND, LOUIS HASAUKB, JOB BBUCB, J. J. BUSBY, B. a JOBxtS, K. jr. BISK, JOiLN O. riiEXL, A.VAOGABO. aaaw H. xROBTAanL HOLIDAY GIFTS! BOYLE & CHAPMAN, Booksellers, Stationers Bead Fast 'alar Prists, aSMaaataaj Caaveaaa ttaUltlBaT Prtata, at H mate - vary Beavy Broara DoaaaaUa. at laoi Basel qaality Bleaeb d ri sea sal la. at v ca. a. Pr.astflossa, ias.au.Bata aa aaatai aJaaa Table Ctataav 8-s. ao ta To acatai Idaea Table ( lain, by ta yard, saw aa as par yaraj Bay's Cassias eras, aa. 7Se a llserrarsi soel Heavy Tassds. 75a la 91 par ytl Kealarky Jesas, as ta SO eeaati Bad rieklaa. 11 sa eeatai I Last Ira' abeee. la - Or to IS 1 par padrj bsraalaa at SB 73 sear BBBBSJ aaallty J oariaa Pveauti Hid 4. lassa. at SI par pair And every Iblns la Ma baaas said at taw abwve law a.aras-saeb as Claafes, Hbawta, Fare, Kj.lt flasds, w.ata' aad Bays 1 lomlaa. rtaueia, aad every. ta kept la S. Vendig, Nr. 22S BAIN STREET, .abd. MANUFACTURERS,! MEMPHIS, TENNES6EB Holiday Presents 270 U2 Mas, sts, Batten T. Faetary Cheesej very ckales Plaa Apple aad Aiaa a larsa tot al new crap Flsa. Mai- mass and las, Carrauts, clteaat. MlSHve Meat a fresh 1st dlraet f ram tbe raanalsefrers la UadelpsUa. Italian and Swiss HEaaearaail a lara-e lot Impartasl this laUi also, a freab 1st Bdasa Chaeas. S Our stock is Terv aalset and Isroa. Bayers from tbe oonntrv would do wen t osli and sea us. OU a PBICBS ABB LOW. dsie SPIHK MTAJN. WASJU. TAIIAB. w. a. a auiaa W. t. BAnroBO, TAVint) nanrnan a rn imawiij .srxars vim as uwn Cotton Faoto: NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. THS copartnership existing between W. H. Qrldar and O. M. Jennlnss. sr.. under tho style and arm or W. H. Urlder a co.. Is tbis day dissolved by mutual agreement, W. H. Urlder bavlng pnrobaac. tbe Interest of O. M. Jennlnss. and is alone authorised to ool. leot or reospt Ior anything das tbe late firm, anu assume, ail iianiuuss 01 we same. W. H. OR1DEK. C. M. J&HSlXOS, 8k. W. H. GBIDER, Manufacturer af the Csleavslad ALABAMA LIME! OFS-I0K: Is Yard of MnnibdIs aod Ciiariaatsa R. R J. H. WACCENER, 3171 Dress Goods! CLOTHING. Great Reduction! WFEBSON BTBBBT, Memphis, Tenm AKD aBjrBBAa Commission Merchants, NO. 15 MONROE STREET, MBMPtaa, lBOTTJR.ffl. HENRY CRAFT, ESQ., T7IX.L LECnXRB AT THK HALL OF THB MEMPHIS CITY FIRE ABO Seneral Insurance Co. OFFICE. 19 MADISON STREET, MKMPHDS, .... Yonna Men's Christian Mo. BM Main street, on Association, FRIDAY EVENINfi NEXT, at 7 1-2 a'oltck. SUBJECT: " Mbmphis Shaxl Suet Task aw Admission. Fty r .ma Qao NOTICl OApltaX.jflOO,000 B. UTUat, Prraldaat. A. iw At, Tie PTseiaaal. F. W. SMITH, caahler. HXSBT J . L UI, DIKBCTOBS 1 Jaaab Theaapaaa, A S we shall withdraw oar office from Mera V shis to St Louis by ths 16th January, I . , T D WVM.U ' ..... dented to na to eaU al BM W. B. Sal breath. 'hose la saws oaiore in.i u as at) Mawataa, BBiilaan a BIKIOBs, Bapadaaa Bull, W. ti, Baitlaad, Warn. Jay war, J. T. Faras.ssi, sar Does rire, Marine, Ikiand aad Benural lavtwraaea iiaslnaaii oelf MERCHANT TAIL0RIN6 ECOUSH, 1 a Well FUled with .a 1 1 O O Xj XI W SB I rot aenUemeat wear, Marked down from 25 to 33 1-3 per cent. ft H. Wlfidlja, Frwaf. FBI CBS MODKBATB. B17H Iash IRISH SILK POPLINS BELLE FACTORY HUNTSVILLE, ALA. Fnrd. Pnrtai A Pn a, vi aa. VV.I 900.80 Uaion ast. Biainalva wholatais agents lor sale of Ma oalebratad Belle Factorv Sheetings. lS TO D. C. & H. M. Uewfnrtine, "Southern Palace' 3 3 2 lain St SBBw . aaas have noaaj they are, however, w as.rn wire sUff. They asnslder thih ate fret ze-op in the Ulilo and xtlsslMippl, sus- 1 ..ius . J 1K- kifle and mm IV. K Gilbert and It Is therefore ordered, by the Clerk and Master, That they make their appear ance herein, at the ooort-house ot the Beoond Chancer-' Court of Shelby oountv ua a omiill, ool. lor OOmpl ta. dU sa Adsi!nitrator's and Executor s Set- bert anc. others .eased, vs. . 1 thattne in this cause retasy aS? i''', Bebeeea TatarSSJ ualMDi", JRbks. halfalaters of 'sanS asauaii a. ouxas, wars and Ma Kv K. I Ml . rrm '. . Iiogwood at Mleoa. Hois, fsrcaa 1 AM. allaai , Prstiisi