THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TElSTlSr., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1871.
VOL. 32. usro. f
TEL? G WHIG MISCELLANY.
Balatam's Qusan to well, ths King to
in good spirits over it, snybow.
The putnuittr general hu ordered n
MUBvnn or ids mau wrw -n" vui
co, DanFille end Vlnoerinea railroad
from St. Anna to Danville.
The Rnmn Catholic bishor in Hol
land beve united in a memorial to the
King prsv'ng him not tn discontinue the
O.l-cD it gallon h mv twiiw.
Late advices from the oficera in charge
ol tka Ai,cbf Indians atate that over one
hair ibea Indiana have come into the
dflerent r-emra, tnd arc now at peace.
Up to last night. Governor Hadlej had
tak-n no action in reward to the trochlea
InCh W ouny as he to a waiting for a
report f til tisadjiiant jreneral.Daniorth.
A noli- (fee been issued from the Ameri
can iegi': n in Uondon to the effect that
It to at irabie that all clllssns of tbe
United S: .tee Intending to travel on the
Oontinei t provide themselves with pane
port. Tbe Kappa Pti fraternity of Philadel
phia, representing thirty-three college eo
cieties, c.oaed their annual fea'.lvitlea yes
terday. Theodore Til ton delivered the
ora'lon, and Charles Sumner was chosen
orator for next year.
Smallpox prevails to an alarming ex
tent In Birmingham, England. Hp HI
hospitals are to be established, tho sick
to be quarantined, and other precaution
ary measures taken by tbe au
thorities to prevent further spread of the
The largest amount of msil matter that
evr roacbed Chicago In a single day
entered the city yisterdsy for distribution
and exchantre. The postmaster waa com-
peiied to leave forty tons of mail matter
ontside, it being impossible to get it Inside
the pcstomee building.
In the legislstnre of South Carolina
yeaterd ty on the qaeation of the im
peach men, of Governor Scott, the Bowen
ltes representing the minority, managed
to get possession of the fl xr and kept It
cntil tba hour fixed for adjournment.
They will hold It all day to-day, to keep
back the vole, when the house will take
recess nutU the 5th ot January, leaving
the impeachment question opened.
The seere-sry of the treasury ha. re
quested CoH.c-.or McLean, st Chicago,
to call npon the property owners oi tbe
block upon which tbe old posit nice and
eastimbonse were located, and request-
itg thf in to atite the terms upon wnirn
thry will transf r tneir property to tbe
nHasaaL The raaoonefl will be sub
mitted to a committee consisting of Judge
DrumruonU, General Bcverldge and J.
Medal, who will report sa to whether the
terms are unreasonable or not.
Persons caving friends in Curaooa,
Dutch, Guinea. wiU feel interested to
know that, on the 24-h ultimo, great ex
citement was caused there by tbe arrest
of the s torney-general, by order ot the
govemmfcat. The arrest gave rise to s
demonstration by tbe people. The troops
were oalled out. and tired npon tbe crowd.
kiilirk on aid wounding nineteen. The
action o' the governmen. causes much dis
ss'.isf action among tbe people. The Iron
b.e arose from persona: enmity between
the alt jrnv-saeral and tbe governor.
Th? Mass insurarce commissioners of
Calif arris hava commenced proceedings
to wind up tne Peoples insurance com
pany, in bankruptcy. The counsel for
Fsrwell A Co., of Chicago, ml other
policy ho: d -rs have commenced proceed'
in i in bankruptcy against the Pacific In
surance, c mpny which will nana lists
cloainc ot its affairs at any sacrifice, and
its beiievrd will result in reducing the
amcm:. wa:ch ibe policy-holders would
receive tad tbe directors been permitted
to manage the suets. The Union insur
ance company will pay all premiums out
of their ass ate.
NEW YORK YESTERDAY.
Mayor Ha!! was in the grand jury room
Thirteen smallpox oases are reported
since yesterday noon.
Assignments of the supreme court
jadges for 187 were made to-day.
Charles Bu-ch waa again arrested for
attempting to make love to Miss NUlaon.
Rumors ar current that the grand jury
have sum trjoned witnesses to testify con
The house of Mr. Henry B. Kirk, at
kforristaaa, waa burned to-day. Loss,
psVKO; insured for $21,500.
Tbe grand jury scj turned till Tuesday
without presenting s new indictment.
Rumors oontintw that important arrests
will be made.
Tbe charge against Judge Bedford for
receiving 15 00 txtrs compensation from
the city while assistant district attorney
Jacob Worth and Edward Terriles were
yesterday found gul'ty ol having ejected
the Inspector of election from the polling
place during tbe late election.
Ssveral prominent merchants and
physicians gave testimony upon the
quaran.iae matter before the commercial
community at ths chamber of commerce.
It appesrs that indictments against
Tweed were found fifteen days before
they were brought into court. All this
time the grand lory kept the matter
Tweed's resignation as Grand Sachem
of Tammany has been recently demanded
by prominent members of the order. It
to understood that Tweed will soon retire
and be succeeded by Isaac Bell.
Tbe time for the examination of
Tweed's sureties is fixed tor December
aSth. Inconsequence of therequirementt
with respect to his bail, bis friends are
now said to be few and hie available caah
Wm Bown one of the counterfeiters
whoeecspea from the Ludlow street jail
some woes, ago, has been arrested at
Preepoit. I hnois, and will be brought
here any put on the stand in the Miner
case, when important revelations are ex
pected. The grsrd j urv have addressed s com
munication to Judge Icgrshsm, of the
supreme court, directing his attention to
the filthy condition of the city prisons,
Ther represent thst there is an insuffi
ciency in the POU09 force, and a lack of
funds for the city departments.
The president of the Union Trust com
pany was auu.inoned yesterday to testify
as to the deposits of the ring (ffl.'iais.
Other omoeta of the oompsny have been
sub(09iaed. it eluding Augustus Schell,
Horace F. Clark, W. H. Peckham, Peter
H. Sweeney tbe Utter when he comes
back from Canada.
In the case of Connolly, orders of ths
court for a reJue lot, of his bail were to
be served on its anei.ff yesterdsy. Tbe
required bo da having been perfected, it
to probable Oonnoly will be released from
Lud.ow street jail to day. The delay to
dns to tbe feat ne mo. t meet the Indlot
menta found against him.
A dispatch ti 3m Washington says that
indictmenut arc In course of preparation
against s certain (.erscn for frauds prac
ticed upoti dsf govsromant ssveral years
ago. Ths facts are withheld, bat the evi
dence Ir hand is inch as to lustily the ex
pectation of the recovery of a large sum
and a successful criminal prosecution.
It appears that the assignment of f ud res
for the terms of the supreme court of this
city for tbo next two years, which to re
quired to aw announced one month before
tne expire ion of the year, has not yet
been grrsa 1 : tbe jrablte. This to said to
be owing to the hesitancy which exists
straw eomo '- r the j udges of being known
at holding bomH st tbe lime when the trials
of seme of the accused ring men occur.
In the attachment against the property
of R. B. Connolly, lasted In ths suit by
Patrick Carroll, ate so porta tesvlent of
markets, to reeover S14.0W alleged to have
been paid for groceries, previsions, etc ,
for Connolly, ho InvesUaaUon will he
made into the ttture of the former clerk
of the Washington market, to ascertain
what was done with the large earns col
lected from the men pasts of the stands on
ths sidewalks d Vesey street. Bocae of
them pay from IllSUO 10 S1S00 annually,
bat It ts aUsgeri that not one dollar baa
gone into the ci y treasnrj .
Judge Blstchford in the United States
circuit oourt Jo day, delivered s decision
In fsvor of the executors of D. W. Good
man, of A a lama, against the New York
Mutual L.lo insurance company, who re
fused to ay a policy for five thousand
dollars, on the ground that several py-
ata were one, ana in claimants oon-
i th-u the company ny wiunrawiag
their agencies from Alabama during the
se Blatohford decreed for
Eats costs, and thee impany
to be credited for unpaid annual ray-
At s meeting of the board of directors
of the New York City Central Uoxtor
G round Railway company, held to-day, it
was deUruiit-ed to open tbe stock tob
aerlption hooks early in Jannary under
the charge of a committee In connection
with eevera! prominent banking firms.
Tbe eomp-n's report estimates the esst
line, which will extetd from the city hall
to Harlem, at 17,o26 3t It to proposed
to Antoh'.te w rk m a little over two
years It is ei-ti mated that tbe revenue of
the line is 17,200 000. Fn.m the tunnel
taste will be a double archw.y similar to
the Thames lonn iL of LooxsQw. Ths taMsw)
to be :sued are to be secured by mort-
age to the auoout ot 15,000,000,
The prince of Wales continues to Im
General Sickles and bride arrived at
New York yesterdsy, from Spain.
Senator Goidthwaite, of Alabama, has
not yet been allowed to take his swat.
Hon. L C. McCreery has been elected
senator irons Kentucky, to anoceed Hon
Rear-Admiral Edward A. Eogleflsld.R.
at., baa been sppotnted naval attache of
the rsrttleh legation at Wsshtngton.
Kdwsrd Low, Esrl of EJlnborough and
Visooant Soumam, formerly governor
general of India, died In London Thurs
Daniel D. Drlsooll, a well known mem
bar of the Chicago bar, died yesterday
from heart disease. He was at one time
'General Sickles expects to return to
Spain in a month or six weeks, and aaya
be has brought important for the State
aepartment touching Spain and (. una.
Mra. Robinson, widow of Dr. Robinson
murdered by the Mormons, to expected
In Salt Lake City to-day to testify in the
examination of the alleged assess m& 01
Robert N. Baskln, late acting United
States district attorney of Utah, has been
employed by the attorney-general to as
slst In the prosecutions sgaicst Brlgham
X oung. Welts, stout and others.
Wm. L. Wallace haa been nominated by
a caucus of tne California legislature aa a
candidate for United States senator. It to
probable, however, that Sargent, the
keeeiblii.nn nominee, will be elected, as
the legislature la largely of his politics.
The steamship Russia, from New York,
has arrived oat.
The steamship Coba, from Liverpool,
has arrived at Mew York.
The steamer Sabina beached at Point
Pedro, California, and to totally lost.
The United Statea steamer Hassler, with
Professor Agassis on board, has arrived
at St. Thomas from Boston.
The vessel seen bottom up off Gold
Blufia, California, to supposed to be the
bsrque Live Yankee, Irom Portland.
The American steamer Florida, after
having detached her screw, started under
sail from St. Thomas for New York, on
tbe 14th instant. The Spanish man-ot-war
Vlsconde Nunez Immediately followed
the Florida, fired a blank cartridge, over
hauled her and examined her papers,
which were found to be correct, end the
Florids proceeded on her voysge.
Advices from Jscmel to the 8th instant,
ststes thst the case of the steamer Hornet
to considered settled. The Spanish man-of-war
Zaragossa remained two days eff
Port-au-Prince without communicating
with the shore. The commander then
sent a die patch to the government, asking
If the Spanish consul could enjoy theaame
guarantees as heretofore, end if such wss
the case the consul would land again. The
government replied in the affirmative and
the consul lanoTM and re-occupied hia
post. It to reported that the commander
of the Ziragoass asked tbe government
to remove some important piece of ma
chinery from the Hornet, thus rendering
her unfit for sea, but the government re
fused and tbe Zaragosaa sailed for Santiago
de Cuba, where she has since arrived. It
Is stated that the Spanish vessels will re
main at Port-au-Prince until the Hornet
question is settled by the Washington
and Madrid govern menta.
THE WEATHER ABROAD
Washington City was visited by s heavy
snow storm yesterday morning.
In New York tbe cold baa sensibly
abated, bat the rivers are filled with float
ing ice. Snow and hail fell on Thursday
Cincinnati reports that tbe weather
there haa greatly moderated since
Thursday night, and the snow which fell
la rapidly melting
In the section of oouctry adjacent to
San Francisco, a storm has raged furi
ously since Sunday evening. Fall ot rain
in thirty-six hours, 5 87 10:) incites.
At Salt Lake rain and snow storms alter
nated during the past thirty -six hours, and
heavy snow storms prevailed in the coun
try adjacent. The Mormons say It la the
severest winter experienced for many
Nearly all San Francisco merchants are
beery losers by the delsy In the delivery
of holiday goods from New York by rati,
in consequence of the anow. Some
threaten to commence suit against the
Union Pacific railroad. Heavy rains pre
vail throughout the State,
RAVAGES OF THE FiRE-FIEKD.
The whiting works of John Pettit A Co.
were burned in Philadelphia yesterday
morning. Loss, $3000.
At Binghamton, New York, yesterday
morning. J. N. Hine d Co. 'a and B. F.
Season 4 Ham's dry goods stores were
burned. Damages, t44,000.
Tbe Cincinnati Times and Chronicle
yesterday had a special dispatch from
Fort Wayne, Indiana, which stated that
Beaver, Miller d Co 'a plaoing-mlll,
Creaee d Co. 'a chair-factory, together with
several barns snd one dwelling-bouse,
were destroyed by fire yesterday morn
ing. Tbe total loss to nesr $30. COO; not
over 19000 Insurance, mostly in loreign
nomyanins Water was scarce snd the
westher very cold, and the firemen una
ble to do much.
Wbcretboats ud Fitirs MoveaenU of
tbe Grasd Duke.
Niagara Faiu, December 22. Tbe
Grand Dake Alexis arrived at Clifton,
Canada, this afternoon snd wss received
by the civil and military authorities. The
party crossed the new suspension bridge
and took quarters at the Spencer House.
A delegation from Milwaukee presented
an address to Dake Alsxts this afternoon,
tendering the hospitalities ot thst city,
which were accepted. The Grand Duke
will reach Milwaukee on January 2d, and
remain until January 4th.
The Grand Duke will remain until to
morrow morning, when after viewing the
scenery on the American aide of the fails,
he will leave for Buffalo.
OOISO TO OHICAOO.
Chicago, December 22. A dispatch re
ceived irom tbe Grand Dake Alexis, to
day aaya that be will arrive here on Satur
day the S0:b, and will remain until Tues
day morning, proceeding henoe to Mil
waukee. TAKES IS MILWACEKE
Milwackju, December 22 The Duke
Alexis will arrive bare on the evening of
the 21 of January, and will leave on
the morning of the 4th. This will give
ample time for carrying out the excel
lent programme agreed upon by the com
mittee. BXAVJ ALL BEADY.
St. Louis, December 22, A diapatoh
from Catacazy, In reply to one from May
or Brown, says ths Grand Duke Alexia
will arrive here on Jannary 6di.
Tbe SM'bara Rati read Attempted Swio-dle-Tbs
PiwsJwMt t Father.
Cist innati. December 22. Resolutions
calling tor a repeal of the law authorizing
Cincinnati to Issue bonds to the smount
of ten millions of iollars to build the
Southern railway, and directing the otty
solicitor to sue out an injunction to pre
vent the issue of the same pending legis
lation on the subject, ware Introduced to
day in tbe board of al iermen by H. B.
Bieeetl, snd referred to tbe committee on
It to apparent that t ioae who are op
posed U lb t city maktr g this ex pendlture
pr p ae to make an eff rt at thia juncture
to prevail ths city 00m entering upon
this work, kindred solutions having
been lntrx'.ured In Ih t chamber of 00 ai
mer sines .he publication of the resolu
tion. A check iwindle on tbe Third National
bank ibis morning has become known,
and a chrtik and certificate of deposit
have been procured by persons irom tbe
interior under similar clrcamstanoea. It
is probsoie tney nsve neen secured by the
same parties, or their confederates, and it
would be well for Interior banks to be on
their guard. The former was given by
Wm. Shaffer December 9th; in ths latter
case the gold waa seat to Charles Davis x
Co., who, Instead of ssnding their own
check, procured certificates of deposit
from the Second Na ional bank.
President Grant's lather ia much Im
proved to-day. It to believed that be will
be able to be oat next weak.
Mortoa's AaMadaust aad What was Don
On Tuesday in the senate, tbe bouse
general smnesty trill was taken np. Pend
ing the ememmnl ny morion, provtu
i that the -c shrnild not be construed
so ss to validate the election of anybody
to office under the United States govern
men t who waa at the time of his election
ineligible hv lew.
The amendment was rejected by the fol
Ayes Ames, Anthony, Buckingham,
Caldwell. Carnenter. Chandler. Clayton,
Conkiine. Corbett. Edn.onds. Ferry, of
BS iciiiran. Flaniiran. Frel'.nahnvaen. Ham
lin, Morrill of Maine, Morrill of Ver
mont, Morton, aye, rorter, 1-001, rra.i,
R.'msey, Rice, lawyer, Scott, Spencer,
Homner and w inaoia as.
Noes Alcorn. Bsvard. Blair, Casserly
Cooper. Davis of Kentucky, Davis of
west virginis, renion, rorry 01 w
cectlcut, Hamilton of Maryland, Hill,
Hitchoock, Johnson, Kellogg, Kelly, Lew
Is, Logan. Norwood, Robertson, Sauls
burv, schurz, Sherman, H'.evenaon, Stock
ton," Thurmsn, Tipton, Trumbull, Vickera
and west ai.
Beats Leevlac Ts-Dsr.
Vicksborc .Citt or Vicesbuxo lOa.m
Vlcksbnrg K. I -Abases 5 p.n
Calra JBt Joseph A p.m
White river K. P. Waxt . , I pjm
Rapoieon A. J . W hits 4 p.m
w Orleans Potomac .... 4 p.m
New urieAJbU .Hsnky amis li m
Bed river JJILVEBoW A.m
St. Francis Phillips Bayou
X. Ixmgworth New in-lean.
t-'bttrlea Bodmau. ...... CBSSS
K P. wait White river
Bellu of Memphis.
L ndlne ....
Blie Lee. R. P.Walt.
Cuaxles Hodman. Pat Cleburne.
Was Dett., .-igsal hekvii:
s. U-8.A. y
22. ma. )
High, of baromo
Chr.age since iaat
Change lt ath'rs
uirection or wind
Kln fall since l'st
repo rt incnea
n and red thai .
State of weather.
:i3a.m.: 1 p.m, ID Mp isv
& W. RHODES, Obaerver.
War DEPARTmrr. .1
Ornot or thi Chief Sioirax Omcii v
Vi a-h:.mto December 32, leTi. J
Increaslne easterly winds, with a rising
temperature, are probable for Saturday
tnrua?noui ne aurluc siaiea. id snow
la be'.n followed by rain in the Middle
tita'es. An area of low Darome.er will paas
north westward an Saturday about Mtsaoari
and Id 'Man with southerly winds and rain
in tne utui sraiaa and Ohio va.iey . conn noo
eaaveny win as. wnn anow, are prooaoie ior
the laaea. DaDgeroua windi axe not antici
pated for the Atlantic coast.
KlTera sad Bnsineoa.
There were but fdar arrivals, anu win pres
ent prospects the number from above may
w-:t.,v aecrraae, at leaax udui lue weatner
m 1 -i it : v oui dlfpaiches below will give the
8 Late of weather and condition rf the river.
The weather moderated thia morning, and
about noon threatened rain: In the evening a
brisk RoutheaM wind waa blowing, and should
It veer around to the west will attain turn cold.
The river baa fallen about one Inch since last
report. Burslneaa at the wharf waa moderately
Tbe river Is bl-.ckfd ub wtth ice at Colum-
bua, twenty miles below Cairo. It may now
be said that navigation above ia practically
PrrrsBrRG. December at;. Weather change
able anowing and drizzling rain. Rivers all
Laiki December lil. o arrivals, De-
parted Mollie Moore and Belmont, for New
Orieanrt, 4 pjn. The Columbus packet failed
to in ax e ner regular iripa morning ana
afternoon on account of heavy ice. The river
hate fallen 1 Inch. Light rain: south wind:
weather warm; thermometer 52 .
A.-UTvii i.sl 1 '-ember Zi. Rivtar flail lna.
wtth 15 inches on Harpeth Shoaia. Weather
cloudy and milder.
aw Orleans, December M. Arrived
iilencoe and E. Henaley, St, Louis: Alaska,
Cincinnati. I n parted Henr' C. V eager, si.
Little Rkk, December sL W eather cloudy .
River stl l declining.
ICE.SBVKG, DtemDer.-Down K. Dee.
; .' Weather cool and clear. River 14
inches above low-water mark, and falling.
LonviLLE. December J2. The weatner has
moderated, and it has been raining slowly
nearly all day; cloudy and damp with a proH-
ect or continued rain to-night, rne wora on
Iitro Silea' new canal locks wau resumed to
day, and will be finished In two or three days
wnn mi;u weamer.
Cicinati. leember ':. The river is
falling to-day, indicating that the gorge haa
been giving away at the point below. Several
inches of snow fell last night, and turned
early in the day to sleet and rain which con
tinued tin aoouuo ciocK. io-nignt it is par
tially clear, with the temperature much mode
rated. The river is closed, but the Ice baa
weakened. River men to night are hopeful
for a good river soon.
fcVAsviLLE, uecemor j:. v eat ner cioot.: v
and milder; heavy snow laat night, and rain
to-day. River unchanged.
TH steamer R.MSBviLLSfK. The stern-
wheel steamer Roeerille, owned by the Mem
phis and Arkansas River Jacket company,
and plying in the Arkansas river and New Or
leans trade, struck a hidden obstruction while
on her way down the Arkansas and thirty
in ties at ve i- m- utn on v eunesuay a; u- o.
and sunk in four feet of water. Her cargo, con
sisting of luuo bale of cotton, mostly Insured.
win De nr-ariy, ii not uuite, an sa eu, ana u is
xpeded 'hit the boat will be raised without
freat difficulty, aa the hole knocked in her
ottom is a small one and can be bulk- beaded .
when she wt.i be pumped out and proceed on
her wav. sh- wa-t valued at twentv thousand
dollars, and lnaored for ten thousand dollars
In Plttshi.ri: i.moes. was bull l laatsum-
mer.anJ w as considered one of the beat packets
In the line.
T St. tniiicl- arrived vesterdav mornlnn
with ay bales of cotton, 100 sacks of seed and a
lot of sundries to order.
The K. r. wait came :n from W hlte river
with W3 bales of cotton, 53 sacks of seed, and a
good passenger list. She reahipped 14 bale al
the m uth lor New Orleans.
Tbe i. k I.AUiiv.ortQ passed up early yester
day morning from New Orleans, after dls-
narging nere ions oi misceuaxieoua ireign
Tbe Plii: Allin. St. Francis and Dardanelle
departed w ith good trips.
TmmWtamum nas severat nunareu Daieeor
cotton on boaid already for New Orleans,
Tbe Cleburne came ofr the OOCKf at noon
The Cresoent;Clty and barges are layed up
here waiting for the next rise.
Colom-1 Mike Sbanlev a wrecklns: boat baa
gone to island m to fish for coal which sunk
at that point several monies ago.
rne i naries Doanian arriveu irom airo two
and a-half days out. She added TUuu sacks
corn at New Madrid on her way down, and
d Uncharged here 50 head of hogs and lays over
udui tint morning.
me tJawreuev lays us nen. ior tne present
waiting for the Ohio river to open.
The Henry Amea and City of icksburv
were due from above last uittht and will nrob-
ablv be in port early thia morning.
i ne AvOUisviiie uemocrai. oi mursuay says:
River matters were very uncertain yester
sj. The cold was very great. The river fell
fast, at least one foot in twenty-four hours,
ice naif an inch thick formed in the middle of
the harbor, ana there is scarcely any current.
The Captain of the Jacobs thought a gorge
would form laat uiant at widow waters.
Steamers which left oar landing yesterday
will probably lie up tar thia aide of Cairo
There waa four feet large of water to Cairo on
Mrindav. bnt less now. The Canltoi Cltv waa
drawing four feet two Inches. Had we six feet
water to Cairo, and not much ice, boating
would be brisk. Orders are held herein abund
ance for goods to be sent to all Southern
points. The gorge above the piers holds hrm,
although but a narrow affair. '
rne Lrouisvijje v-ourier-juurnai oi iDnrsiaj
sr s : "lai lain O, V . fc.bert, ol the steamer
Mollie Lbert, leietrai bed her aicent. Captain
R, C. LevL yesterday, that hia boat waa at
air" unabit U) uet up, ana wanted an in
creased late of freight to reablp his Louisville
freight by rail. The Robert Mitchell la at the
same place in a like situation A movement
is on foot to slack water tbe Youghiogheny
liver from its mouth, at McK.ee port, to Con
nellavllle. A large amount of money haa
already been raised. It la said that the coal-
king. v illlam H. Brown, heads the subscrip
tion paper.w ith liU; ;juj J. A. T i nn re Ji n
ber of the executive committee from Indiana,
now in v niii nattoii to look alter the sieamboat
law, writes J. N. Silverthorn, secretary of the
team boat men a association ot &vansvi,;e.
aa follows: ''The secretary of tbe treasuy la
understood to be antagonistic to any change,
as he told Captain Zack Sberley yesterday
that the present law was good enough.' To
morrow morning we send a com mu tee to in
terview him. Tne bill, sa we have it perfected
now, la a very efficient one, and we have taken
nalas to frame it primarily with a view to the
protection t i life and property, and hope te
satisfy c'ingrees and the country on that head
ally, wherever we have cut away, it has
been done to make lite-a vlng machinery
discretionary power out of tne hands of the
uneivisors anu capping me wiugs oi paiem
Tht sit. LrfmiaKemibllcanof Thursday haa the
following: "The Bee returned to Cairo on ac
count o meeting heavy floating Ice The
importer has laid up at Little Rock and paid
off her crew. Howard Ranney, her clerk, ar
rived ha. re yesterday Ice waa making along
tbe banks at Turkey island very fast when the
City of Alton came up. She was drawing 1
feet H inches and report 5 feet water to Oram!
Tower The Kobt. Mitchell arrived at Cairo
Tuesday' irom r-ew uriean. ana reports
the nver neiow in a very precarious
conditio. , being full of logs and other
obstructions never heard of before,
and says U is singular there are not
nore accidents with ths river In snch
a sondltlon. . The Minnie lays over for
the weather to moderate a little,
w hen she will proceed on to her des
tination The Mary E. Pos went to the bank
about Carondelet to await milder weather be
fore proceeding further The Mountaineer
Is going along finely. Nhe left Orand Tower
J ta lei day morning for Cairo. ... At Madison,
ud., the Ohio river blocked wtth ios at S
o'clock yesterday moimlAst...The steamer
sllnii. Ixwui Xemphja W COA&aU UVl-
ly laden, lies ice-boned near th Kentucky
snore, oppoalte that city Aa predicted the
arrest oi utpuiiu aicss, w i mm dchw
erroneous. Upon the arrival ol the Belle Lee
at Napoleon, the mate was arrested by tbe
sheriff of Chicot county for killing a man at
the month of White liver, and Captain Hi oka
was retained as a witness In the case.
Boats To-day .
For Vleka burg E mile LaBarge yeaves to
day at 6 p m. as above.
For White Rtver-The regular United States
mall and passenger packatR. P. W alt, Captain
William Ash ford, jeaves to-dav at 5 pjaa. for
Devalls BlufT, Jackson port and all points on
White river. Colonel E. W. Outlaw Is her
t?nr v.riihnrtTTi Pttv of Vicksborar. Cars-
tain A. J . Carter, leaves to-day at 10 a m. for
Vlcksourg and all way landings. Garrett Hm
For New Orleans The Potomac, Captain
Bachelor, leaves to-day at 4 pjn. as above
For Napoleon Ths passenger steamer A. J.
White, Captain George M alone, leaves to-day
at 5 p.m. for Napoleon and all way landings.
Mr. c, P. Fields la clerk,
ForOairo The St. Joseph, Captain Corbett,
leaves tc-day at 5 p.m.
For Red River The Silver Bow, Captain
M assie. leaves to-day at 9 a.m. as above.
For New Orleans Tbe Henry Ames, Cap
tain J. W. Jacobs, leaves to-day at Li m. for
New Orleans. Mr. King is clerk.
1HE COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD.
LATEST EXPORT BY TXLXO&AJrH.
Lrvwapooi December 22. Cotton market
s'rong; middling uplands, if -itjlud , middling
Orleans, 10d; vales. 12,000 bales; for export
and speculation, 3000 Dales.
Sales TOrOOO bales
For T" SrOOO bales
For apecuiaUon 7.000 bales
Stock on hand 88J0 bales
American. ,,,, 77,000 bales
ReceipU 438,000 bales
American.. sttyUW naies
Nxw You, December 22. Cotton market
unchanged, with fair demand; middling up
The comparative cotton statement for the
week ending to day la sa follows :
Total receipts from September 1, 1871. .1,25385
same unie iaai year l,s.u.jj
Total exports from September 1, 1871 -
Same time last year .........
Stock at all U S ports this year
Last yee . ......
At lnterlo Jowja this year
At Liverpool this year..
Ani'n cotton ad 't 'foTG't B'11 this year..
Last year ,
New Orleans, December 29 Cotton mar
ket hrm: good ordinary, 18(18?y:; low mid
dling, urWbyc; middling, afi-ivc. Sales,
7u00 balas; receipts, 8083 balsa; exports to
Liverpool. .lr bal: coastwise, 1820 bales;
stock, 14843 bales.
WEEK 3 OFUATIONS.
Sales - 330,000 bales
1 net sajjxa oaues
. 4.1,134 bales
Exports VCon inent
"?uck on uaau..
ss 8JJ83 bales
- - 5,782 bales
OAtvESTON. December 22. Cotton maElrst
active. Good ordinary, 17V- et receipts,
;yi4 bales; sales, 2000 hales; siocx, J,i Dales.
WEEK S3 OPERATIONS.
Sales i. 7,500 bales
l Great Britain . Dsuea
Exports coa;wise 2,u&8 bales
KeceiDta . 10,482 bales
Stock on hand... 17,841 bales
Mobile. December 22. The cotton market
Is easy. Middling, ic; net receipts, zuii oaies;
sales, 1000 bales; stock, 51,571 bales.
WEEK B OPXaaATiCNS.
Sales 10,400 hales.
c-w.Mw- I Great Britain 4,048 bales.
Exports Coastwtst) sj& bales.
Receipts. 17.271 bales.
Stock on hand 51,571 bales
Savannah, December 22. Cotton active and
in demand; middling, lic. Net receipts, 1387
bales; sales, 3.00 bales; stock, 74,331 bales.
j L0a.1L wise
Stock on hand
WEEK 3 OPERATIONS.
"i Great Britain
m 4,730 bales
...28, --NO baiee
. 74331 bales
Charleston, December 22. Cotton market
steady; miaaungs, ivc; net reeeipui,
bales; sales, 000 bales; stock, 29,17V bales.
WEEK 3 OPERATIONS.
Exports -Coutiueii1 ... .....
Stock on hand
, - r k oaies
CINCIN N ATL
Cincinnati. December 22. Cotton market
dull and prices declined; low middling, 18 V:
LorisviLLE, December 22. Cotton market
quiet and eteady; middling uplands, lbc.
Nashville. Decemler 22. Cotton market
uulet; low middling, 1V-
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL MATTERS.
LATEST REPORT BT TELEGRAPH.
tew Yore, December 22.
Gold Weak, closing at litol.aiosV Loans
raoaed from I per cent, to 3-84 lor carrylnsr.
Clearings, about ti2,u00,000.
sreriing exchange Hankers cms, 10V.
MoneyFirm this morning at 1-32 to 1-18 per
cent., and closed steady at 7 per cent. gold.
Southern State Securietles Were rather
dull, excepting in Tennessee, which ad-
vancea anout 1 per cent, rne closing quota
Tennessee, old... 62 Mlssooria. 974
Tennessees, new- 81 N. Carol inaa, old- 31
Virginias, old 5 N.Carollnas, new 12
Virginias, new...- 85 i Gold iCm
United States Securi lies Government bonds
were strong and higher. The closing prices
were : at
5-2US Of 1884.. ml
5-208 Of 1885... 111H
5-Jts of 1885, new-J.14
5-20B of 1887 115H
5- 20S of 1868 115H
6- 208 of 1881 U72
Currency 8s 114
Stocks and Bonds Were firm, with an up
ward tendencv. There was a sharp advance
in Wabash and Union Pacific. Some large
oiocEs changed nanus. Miscellaneous specu
lation was strong in sympathy with the ad
vance in railroads. Express stocks continue
Arm. The market at the close was strong and
generally up to the best prices of the day. Pa
ciflc Mall was an exception to the entire mar
ket, and declined from 54 to 53, with consider
The receiver of the Ocean bank places the
value of collaterals deposited by bank Exam
iner Collendar, at 70 ouo to $80,000.
The sutxieasury disbursed N8.C00 in sold
for the redemption of five-twenties.
New Orleans. December 22 Gold. lOBL
nil II li exchange, li1-; sight, discount.
Lonpon. December 22. The monev market
at the close was aa follows :
Consols, money 82V U..5-20s 186$.. WA
Consols, account... jbbk l.s. o-aos 1867 WT-
TJ. S. 5-20B 1862 .J32V. U.S. 10-t0s ...9l
The Tuesday following Christmas will be
observed aa a holiday. The stock exchange
and markets generally will be closed, and
business almost wholly suspended.
Paris. December 22. Rentes. Sflf. 22c. Snecie
In the Bank of France has decreased 250. mvf.
Frankfort, December 22. United States
securities five-twenties of 182, 96
THE NEW YORK DRY GOODS MARKET.
LATEST REPORT BT TELEGRAPH.
New York, December 22.
Market quiet but firm ; Indian Orchard dou
ble weight brown sheetings have been ad
vanced from rpnaitlfr Wachusett, 31c; Inch
do, 11c; Clark's, 13c. American stripes, 11)6$
12V; Manchester, I2l3c; Canoe river corset
jeans, 10); Pequot colored Jeans, 14c. Boston
denims, improved, 1 . V Massachusetts R R
brown canton flannels, 1212 V- Pitsfield
ticks, V; Eagle, Uy; Hamilton, regular, -ic;
Methuena A, 34c. Printed calicoes, 11 V for
THE D0SESTIC PRODUCE MARKETS.
LATEST EXPORT BT TELEOBAPH.J
CiwcnruATi, December 2. FJour la la air
dftuand and Hrm; family, as ffi. Wheat Is
steady, with a inoderaie demand, at i: 4341 45.
Corn Is stesdy with a moderate demand at 46
3)c. Kye scarce and Arm at suaSic. uata are
In fair demand and the marEst arm at 1 8Sc.
Batley scarce and hrm as regards prime to
choice the whole range at TSasoc Fork dull
and prices nominal, f 13 bM0sS Lard full
prices asked but no demand; steam. .c; kettle-rendered,
sc. Bulk meats dull and nom
inal; shoulders, 54&j.c; clear rib. tic; clear side,
sc. Bacon dull, prices drooping; shoulders,
.': clear rib and clear aide, TJc. Hogs dull,
pi Ices decllntsi ajM a), closing dull and un
settled, tireen meaudull and prices declined;
.boulder. 4-c; sides aoUva. SM&Sc. Whisky
Chicago, December 21. Flour dull, but un
changed. Wheat a speculative demand
prices higher; spring. Chicago No. L 1 aS;
do No. 2. II 1SJ4. Corn active, prices advanced
No. i, mixed, 4tP.a4oi,c. Oats In fair de
mand and arm; No. 2, Xic Rye In light de
mand, holders arm; No. 2, (HSaaf.c. Barley
uulet and unchanged. Pork duli and prioas a
shade lower, S1A Lard quiet and weak. ,:.
Hams, sugar -cured, 0hs. Green meals held
at former quotations. Bulk meats dull but
unchanged. Beef hama, in pickle, arm. 22A
ii. Hrfja quiet and weak, packers sorted lor
the best grad . at HM lo; common to fair dull.
3 bmi; dressed dull, S) TSM 80. Wklaky In
fair demand. SUJsjc,
Locistille. December SS. Baojing quiet but
steai ly at 13HaJ5c. Flour la food damand; extra
family, as ou. Grain qulsi bat Arm; wh at,
II lasti 46 lor red and white, corn, 6UA660 for
car and shelled; oats, 40c; rye, 79s on arrival.
Hogs dull at 4 1B4 40 Provisions dull but
nnohinawrt; mass pork, 114 cash for round lota.
Bulk shoulders, 50; clear rlb.svc; dear sides,
7c packed. Hama, sugar-cured new,i4c packed.
Lard, SHfllOSo. W hlsky steady , DOc.
ST. Locrs, Deosmber 22. Floor nominally
unchangsd. Wheat; spring very light; a
small lot of No. 3 red, 11 46. Corn easier ;
No. 2 mixed, in elevator. 42444:13. Oats hrm,
owing to small receipts; No. 2, tn slsTator.
38X3c. Barley ,oit; spring No. 2, flfA-c.
By s taalsr ; No. i, ia slsvator, 72c WluaSy
qnlst.Ko. Pork dull bat unchanged. Dry
salt mstsnt;oca lot loose claar-slds. so- Ba
con unnhangsd; only order trade dolsa. Lara
lower, !3S8a9. Hogs doll and lower : buyers
and aj.ers apart ; pans fall, extreme range,
ttaMt 20; mostly, I? toi. Cattle un
changwl, Staaa 25 for good to anolcs.
NASH-rniE, December 22. Floor In fair de
mand and arm ; superfine, ts 75(98 family,
74AH 50. Wheat scares and Arm, II total m.
' orn steady, esc. Rye scarce and arm, II.
Oats In lair demand. 55c. Barley steady, S5Q75C.
Commeitl, kiln dried, 12 ; fresh ground. 55
DOc Bulk meats are In fair demand: shoul
ders, &jir, clear rib, tUc: clear aides, Tn. M-ss
pork, II 25. Rump pork. 111 50. Hams, su-gar-ciirel,
lKc. Lard, prime steam, se; kettlo
drted, ie. Hogs in fair demand at It S5sj
New ..iri.ea.v8. December 22. Floor No
superfine here; XX. scares at 17 75; XXX, Itkg
I 25. Corn easier at IAc Oats quiet at die
Bran saarce at 11 75. Hay scarce prime
rorlt unateaay at. ,14 jomk rs. rsacon
quiet; shoulders scarce atsc; clear rib, (',
clear, sagVc. Now sugar-cured hama, MMt)
15'4c, Lard arm; Uerce. vHSlOc Whlakj-
BKASLET NKBL At ths rasldenos of ths
bride's mother, Mrs. L. Nasi, Wilson's Sta
tion, M. at C. K R.. oa the 18th Inst., by the
Bar. J. 8. Park, Mr. Thomas J. Bbasut and
Mlas Fuuiaaca Nesl.
Oh I happy pair to svsry blasting born.
For yon may life's eaim stream unruffled
For yon Its rosea bloom without a thern,
Aad srlgJit as morning shins Its evening
MISSOURI 8TATE LOTTERY.
Incorporated In VSSL
MORNING CLASH NO. 907.
77, 42, 46, 42, 67, i, 28, 8, 78, 62, 8, 13.
JEVENING CLASS NO. 808.
26, 36, 131 69, 16, 38, 18, 61, 48, 1, 43, 14.
Lotteries drawn twice daily. Prises from
100 to 15.1.000, paid in money by J. E.
FRANCE, act, tt North Court St. Box 147,
Memphisjtienn., P. O. MCRRAY, MTT.r.ara'
CO.. Mai-ers. St. Louis. Mo.
al'ASTJFACTTJrJaNG AID SOCIETY,
Authorised by the Legislators of the State.
raiDAY KOEirma, class 221, Dec. 72, 1671.
1 a 1 4 5 a 7 8 t 10 11 12 is 14
65, 7, U, 77, , 48, 43. 20, 62, (8, 48, 80, 1.
ISIOAT EVEBtI!"Q, CLASS Htj DEC 12,1870.
1 J 1 4 5 S 7 8 lu II 12 13 14
47,50, 58,14,71, 1, 10,80, 7, E8, 80, 85, 27. 48.
mfl SECOND STREET.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK
At Memphis, la the Itate of Tennessee,
at elase of Easiness Decem
ber lath, IS7I.
Loans and discounts 1271731 88
Qgr,ir.rt. 4 asj 28
U S. Bonds to secure circulation 175,000 00
Due Irom redeeming and
reserve seen is t9,0E8 78
Due from National Banks ... 7 578 28
Due from ether banks and
bankers - 5,288 2a
111 D55 il
Other real estate 12 180 80
Furniture and natures 2,000 to
Current exp-nses 0,3ao 9b
. sen items. inc.iQa.siamps....f luu i ll
Checks on other banks- 22 774 29
Other Nat. Bank notes 9 91s to
Fractional currency, in
cluding nickels 845 87
Lecal Tender notes 85 0.0 10
Capital Stock tlTSJsl 00
Hurpius rund l 5.000 uo
Exchange 2271 97
Interest 1 064 1.1
Profit ana Lose 30 932 48
Circulation LW.iOJ 10
Due to National Banks... .
Due to other banks
...I0O6 43S 81
.... 3 48 OS
.... 2 884 93
STATU OF TKNNESSBgS,l
COCNTY OF ? HALEY. I
I, Marun Griffin, Cashier of the German
National Bank of Memphis, do solemnly
swear that the above statement Is true, to the
uest or my knowledge ana neiier.
martin GRIFFIN. Cashier.
Subscribed and. sworn to before me, this 22i
day of Decemoer, 1371.
HLNraDjtN CAST, Notary Public.
H. BV GARTH, ")
J. C. NEl., Y Directors.
G. L. DhNlSOS.J
MONDAY, the 25th inat , being a legal boll
day, the fol -owing bank, will be closed
and therefore ail paper due on that day will
have to be paid or attended to on Saturday,
Vlos-PreMdent Manhattan Bank.
Cashier German N ational Bank.
W. C. MeCLOBJC,
Cashier Savings Bank oi Memphis.
H. H. HUNM,
Cashier Memphis Bank.
F. JL FARM d WORTH.
Cashier Desoto Bank.
W. W. THACHER,
Cash-sr Flrit National Bank.
D. B. M ALLOY,
President Memphis Life and Gen'l Ins. Co.
President Emmet Bank.
J. A. HAYES,
Cashier City Bank.
8. P. READ.
Cashier Union and Planters Rank.
Memphis ft Charleston R. R.
FREIGHT OFFICE, 1
M ib r a is. Ten n., December 23, 1871. J
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS!
THE receiving ani delivering freight house
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD
will not be open for business on Christmas
dsy, Mondsy, Deosmber 2"-th. 187L
C. H. BUTTON, Freight Agent.
Preserve Your Roofs
TIN ROOFS thoroughly coated with HOOK
LAURILL'S EUREKA ROOF COAT
ING, and guaranteed tor Ave yeara, for 75
cants psr cquars. It la recommended by oar
best architects. It will not blister, crack nor
peal off; it will preserve the tin, prevent
leakage, and la the very best material for
roofs. HOJK A LAG RILL,
d21 6 Second street.
No. 454, R. D. In the Second Chancery Court
of Shelby county, Tennessee. W. Bohlen
and P. R. Bohlen vs. D. M. Flowrle, Annie
C. Flowrle, Flowrle, Jenny Flowrle,
Ellen T Wilson, Kate Wilson, simma Wil
son and Robert L Wilson.
IT appearing from the bill duly sworn to in
this cause that the defendants are ail clti
sens of Vlcksburg, state of Mississippi, and
non-residents oi Tennessee, and that com
plainants haTs filed their bill In this court.
firaylng for a decree to sell the north half of
nt No. 234, ss known upon ths plan of Mem
phis, situate on the east side of Main street,
in said City or Mempb ls, Tennessee, and now
occupied by complainants, and to have the
proceeds thereof dl viced between complain
ants and deren rants, according to their re
spective interests :
It is therefore ordered by the Clerk and
Master, That they, ths defendants, make
their appearance herein, at the court
house or the Second Chancery Court of Shel
by county. In the city of Memphis, Tenn. on
or before the first Monday In February, 1872,
and plead, answer or demur to complain
ants' bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them, and set for hearing ex-
Earte; and that a copy of thia order be pub
shed once a week tor tour successive weeks
in the Memphis Appeal. This Deo. 22, 187L
A copy attest:
M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk and Master.
Geo. Dixon, Sou for oompl'ta. d28 sat
SATURDAY, JANUARY, I3TH, 1872,
No. 4182 In the Second Chancery Court of
Shelby county, Tennessee Amos Hanson
vs James Paine et al: No. 432 K. J. R. L.
Winn vs James Paine et aL
BY virtue of an order of sale made In these
causes, I will sell, at public auotion, to
the highest bidder. In front of the office of
the Clerk and Master of the Second Chancery
Court, In the city of Memphis, Tennessee,
Saturday, Juuary 13th, 1872.
within legal hours, the following described
real estate, to-wit: situate lying and being
In the county of Shelby, State of Tennessee,
and bounded as follows : Beginning at Mc
Alexanderx northeast corner, at a stake
links eaet of asweetgum. marked A: thence
north 37 chains, to the river, about one chain
north of a large blroh, marked W ; thence
eastward! y with the river to a cy
press creek; tbenee northwardly with
the meandering of Cypress creek: to
the north Hue of Char es Jonas tract;
thence east with said Jonas' line eight
chains; thence north 7 chains 48 links to said
Palne'e northwest corner; thenee esat with
Pause's north line and Mc Alexander's north
line 47 chains and 85 links, to .the beginning
containing 217 acres.
Tersas of sale cash.
This December 22, 1871
M. D. L. STEWART. Clerk aad Master.
ur. W. Winchester and Kortrscbt. Craft
A oca. S. so is. ivr evuipia-uiuiM.
Sy -sua.. Faller dbCo
Auctioneers 4 CannissJon Merc'hti,
NT ST., AMTI AD ASS,
WIU aasl THIS IOg.ini, at 10 o'eJ'fc.
Without reserve or limit :
lew aasaa ef Mew's Calf, Kip, Was aavd
law el Mew's aaaa Boys' ffTls i ns
awaea Wwawaafa aava aUsaea' avassas, mm.
Also, 50 sets of Furs good quality and
styles; stlO grass assorted Toilet Soaps: aw
doaen Army Socks; 100 gross fresh Blacking;
also. Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, No
tions, Cutlery, Glassware, etc
ear Country mercnanta, and the trade grn
eraUy, will find It to their Interest to attend
our salsa. Private salee at auction prises, at
all times. d4
CEO. SHIELDS CO.
Choice imported Wines
aw We invite the attention of the lovers of
good Wine to a SPECIAL SALE of a small
Bparli 1 1 u g Hock.
Of ths GENUINE BRAND OF HIRSCH
MARX, selected In person by NATHAN
ADAM , Esq,., from first hands, which ws
shall hays the honor to offer to the competi
tion of our friends and the pablle, at our
Northeast cor. Nail ud Jefferson streets,
WeiiMada Afieraasi, Dec. 20th,
AT I O'CLOCK.
Daily teles ef Dry UoeaVs, Boots,
Hats, Headyasade lotblug, 1
anal Varieties, Oroeeries, Hardware.
CMiaus aad blaeeware. Jewelry,
Also, Toys, Christmas T risks. Plated
GEORGE SHIELDS & CO.,
3Jg. B4Q TVTaalxx Street.
L. BALDWIN 4k CO., ACCTIOSEKBS,
Commission Merchants snd Manufac
turers' Agents, corner of Second and a a.
streets will commence our regular fall li..
sales, st Auction, on TUESDAY, Se, ember
5 1871, and continue them three times a waaa
during the season. Our numerous consign
ors, embracing every line of Foreign anu
Domestic DRY GOODS, CLOTHING. HATS,
BOOTtSHOES, NOTIONS, FANCY ANL
VARIETY GOODS, Etc., will keep aa ears
a tanLiV SUODlied with e-v.rv dMrrlnttn. nt
Merchandise suitable for our market, thus
uuwua mj city anu country mercnanta a rait
opportunity to replenish s.ocks at prices far
be ow regular rates. Our regular sale days
will be Tt7ES7ATS Aim Thcbsoats.
A. s. ROGERSON. Auctioneer
DISSOLUTION of COPARTNERSHIP.
THE firm of Goodyear A Hiruvurili.
A solved on the lath December by mutual
consent, D. F. Goodyeae retiring. J. B. ulli.
having purchased the entire Interest, as
sumes all the iiabilltlsB and haa anr.tr. in.r..
of the settlement of the busln.es f the late
arm. j. b. MILLS,
D. F. GOODYEAR.
Thanking the nubile for past favors, I pro-
iii i . i w vrjr w ouer auutLionai maucemante
ro r tneir continuance In the ratnre.
J. R HILLS,
dM Druggist, si Main street.
Partee, Harbert ft Co.
NS. II UNION STREET.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
JUST BECEivED BY RAIL TO-DAT : ONE
Hundred Barrels Nsw York State Buck
wheat Flour, Selected for our fine trade.
OLIVER, FINNIE at CO.
WE ADVISE YOU TO SECURE
THE SERVICES OF
WOBSHAM HO U8F, especially If yon suf.
fer with CHRONIC or PRIVATE DIS
EASED, no matter of how long standing.
These are some of his remedies, and with
wbloh he has cured some of the most seveie
eases with one treatment.
80 AND TALK WITH NIS PATIENTS.
mw He wli rorjelt !lr00 for every case of
VENEREAL 1 ISKAHE he falls to cure.
Writs ktlaa ami (et esse or a ts Circulars;
and In all oases of a PRIVATE NATURE you
can give him wtth PERFECT SAFETY your
entire confidence. He ls the friend of the
unfortunate of BOTH SEXES. d21
LEMON'S PATENT 6RATE.
THE undersigned, after an experience ex
tending ever several weeks, take plea
sure In recommending
Mr. HANS LEHOI'l PATENT PKO
CIM or BJETTIMO GRATES,
Which, it ls not too much to say,
Combtwes all the Km eel's f as el Use
Best ti rates aad Parlor Staves.
We unhesitatingly recommend Mr. Le
mon's Patent to tne people. Once tested. It
ever falls te give satisfaction.
J. M. Keating, Appeal office.
El. n. LiCiay, i.. w. rveaiaoier,
W. D. Beard. Jno. W Walker,
K. J. Morgan. A. J. Wheeler.
8. A. Morton. Benjamin Rabb,
Geo. M alls rah, H. L, Duval,
C. 8. Church- dl
A. E. V AC A so
A. YACCARO ft CO.
Nt. 324 Frost Street,
OFFICE AND SLEEPING APARTMENTS
Nt. 233 SECOND STREET.
Over Lunn's Gas Fitting Establishment.
To " Navy Yard " Baadstldera.
OFFIC NA VT YARD RECE1VKR, 1
NO. It MASISOM STEEET, l
Mempnis, Tann., Decern Der is. isl )
mr The Conoons and Bonds, maturing on
January L 11373, will be paid at thia office on
and alter mat aay.
dl7 K- MuDAVITT, Receiver.
FROM and altar this date. Col. A. C. KIR
WAN ia alone authorised to receive sad
receipt Cor moneys due me.
I. ISJ1. dl
250 TOftS CHOICE TIMOTHY
IF YOU WANT A
BE SURE AND
GET THE BEST!
For sale low to the trade.
JOBU A. DEN IE,
dU 41 aBtJt Ceaxt street.
AFTER ACTUAL TRIAL WITH THE
leading Stove, as the country hays been
PROVEN to be, without a doubt, the
Best Cooking Stove Ever Made I
And wherever used, ths finest bread Is al
IS QJARANTKED TO
Bake 33etsA- X3x-sevcx :
LESS FUEL AND LAST LONGER
than any other stove now sold.
Ths numerous premiums awarded the
BUCK'S BRILLIANT at the great fairs of St.
Louis. New Orleans aad Memphis, slier act
ual field contest with other leading stoves, ia
an undisputed guarantee of their unap
Every Stove Fully uaranteed !
Rta U- eto Joliiiaon,
General A guilts and OeeUen tn all kinds ot
Loosing and Heating stoves, mate and Iron
Mantels, Orates, Tinware. Tin plate and Tin
ner's Stock, and also agents tor tbe celebrated
' BUCK'S GUARANTEE,"
Beat Ciai Cooking Stove Use.
No. 306 MAIN STREET,
d21 d&w Opposite Peabody HoteL
USEFUL and ORNAMENTAL
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS !
EVER SHOWN IN MEMPHIS.
MzJ ais suet v,
FANCY UOODB. Etc.
1SJRAL SETS. C ORAL SETS.
CAMEO SE18, CAMEO SETS.
UINTA SETS, UOLD BaTTS.
PLAIN" GOLD RINOS,
W, C BY 1 I,
275 MAIN STREET.
Estes, Fizer & Pinson
No. 276 Front Street
Fsmsriy sooapled ky Bnafci, Ntaly k Ct
1 A 1, K
MM) ball. Iron Ties, all patterns,
una pas Bagging. lHtWa lbs.
1000 bbis Flour,
NC bbis Bait,
60,080 lbs bacon,
S tss Hams,
100 bbis Molasses.
H nhda Sugar,
HO bags Coflee,
SO bbis Whisky.
MO bxs Tobacco
Cttapiete Assortment if CMuOessi.
As usually kept In our Una
Low figures to WHOLESALE DEAL
FURNITURE REPAIRING SHOP,
Carner af Beale and Hernaado Sts.
TO ths citizens of Memphis and suburrs:
We are cow ready to do all kinds ol Fur
niture Repairing. Varnishing and Upholster
lng; Carpets Laid, Cleaned and Repaired;
Kmbrotdery Mounted. Ail orders promptly
. BauiMeii 8. Wolf
Upholsters. Cabinet Makers, Etc.
DR. a W. MALONJB. JOHN F. THOMAS
M ALONE, THOMAS 4 CO.,
(Successors to Cunningham. Wicks A Melons),
LEE BLOCK, - - JOQtPHIS, TKNN
attention to """g orders.
t ABT HBAXJES oi
Wines and Liquors,
Ha. 351 Mall Stmt.
THE copartnership in the practice of Law
heretofore existing between IA K. MeKae
and S. P. Walker ls this day dissolved by mu
tual consent. The existing business of the
firm Is disposed of In s manner that it la
supposed will prove satisfactory to clients.
wuo, until runaer uouce, are reierrea ior in
formation to the present office ol the firm.
dX 8. f. WaLE-EB.
THE MEMPHIS OIL COMPANY will fur
nish sacks on application, and pay 910
per ton lor sound seed, either by wagon, rail
or river. J. F. BARTON. Bant.
December 18. 1STL declK
LOCIS GBISSHABXS. late Wtth Jos. lirleahaber
JIehbt SAursEB, late with Ford. Porter A Co
6RIESHABER & SANDER,
Aa. all kinds af Upholstery Beads,
Na. 202 SECOND ST.,
MEMPHIS, - TENNESSEE.
say All work will be promptly attended to,
Bpeetsi atlentlsn la Dseuisatoa. bust?
o. w. isaaimi, j. r. i saami i
0. F. PRESC0TT 4 CO.
Coal Oi!, Lard Oil, Lamps
LAMP FIXTURES 4 TINWARE,
Panala, Pain ami Basin Sssat,
p p oalte Worsham House,
ear-Cash paid "or grease and tallow, lea
Fail and Winter Stock.
lose Pee. Maw leaass, all
9w cases Spragues, Americana,
Blaadkeaa, all sorts sud prises.
Plata aad Plaid Ureal j a, full assortment.
Bleached aava Brswa yfaalias, popular
Flaaarals. Bed. dray and White.
Neiloae. all aorta; big stock.
Meady made lor 111 rag cheap.
Cettaa Tarsi best makes.
Hew Prelaw, beautiful assortment of stand
In short, one of the finest several stocks
Dry P soas, Mesas aw aasd I Is tillrea to be
found in any one Wbleeale House in the
country. We respeetfu'ly solicit ths orders
or ooly tbe beet elwea Oeauatry atse
eki.wsB. and will try oar beat lo please,
ear These goods are NOW OPEN IN ti ay
WM. R. MOORE 4 CO..
Saw Xsuba Street, aezt Dear March aa
Peabwdy Hotel, MawspoJa, Team.
MEMPHIS CITY FIRE
General Insurance Co.
OFFICE, l MADISON STREET,
A. VACX.'AJaS, Ties
F. W. SMITH.
MANMT J. LINN,
W. B. ttralbreatk.
ear fioaa Fire, Marine, Inland and Seneral
Insnranee bualneas. jcil
600DBAR & GILULAND
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
322i 4 324 MAIN STREET,
I McCombs A Qo,1 Old Hanlwars auuicL
ssr- Ws are now reeelTins; oar fall Stock.
the largest and most attractive we have erer
onerea &o me rraae. mw, baj it wui
salt laeir inrest by oar sm
bafor boyi nn. aaso
MINCE -PIES! TOYS!
CANDIES, CAKES, Eta.,
IT MAMMON am EXT,
Wkaleaale and Metall CorafeeUesier.
TOYt, TOYS, TOYS !
HOLIDAY PBESKfTB tor TOUNtt AMXB
iea. The public will One here at all
times the finest and choicest Vmm leeslews
riee, Paatry, etc. Orders for Wtddlnga,
Private Parties, etc., are made a specialty.
OFFICE, Ne. 7 MADISON STREET.
a. o. nuicau, :
Tt lllwMT Asa I
& K. DuNBOOMB, W. B. SALBREATH,
D. K. TOWNSEND. LOCIS BANAUU,
JOE B8CCE, J. I. BUSBY,
B S. JONAS, S. F. BISK,
JOHN U. FI2X& A. VACCABO,
SattW N FQNTAJjrK.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
THE couartnership existing between W. H.
Orider and C. M. Jennings, sr., under the
style and arm of w H. under A Co.. is this
day dissolved by mutual agreement, W. H.
Orider having purchsaed the interest of C.
M. Jennings, and ls alone authorized to col
lect or recept for anything due the late arm,
and assumes all liabilities of ths same.
W, H. ORIDER.
C. M. JENN1MSS, SB.
W. H. GHIDER,
Saaufactircr af tba Celebrated
Is Yard af Manphia aad Cuariettaa R, R.,
J. H. WACCENER,
f Mesa plus, la Well Filled wish
.13 ssr as !
For SenUemen a wear,
J. H. WA4M2KMZB, Prep.
10,000 Tea Caeietere Sivea Away.
FROM thia date, until a' tar the Holidays,
we will present to each purchaser of one
pound or mors of Tea, one ol out beautiful
Bronsed Tea Canisters.
WM. DEAN A CO ,
dll la and 19X Poplar Unas.
Ford. Porter & Co.,
Exclusive wholesale agents tor sals of taa
Boils Factorv Sheotings,
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
HaRdsome Poplins !
Rich Dress Good? !
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
RICH AND ELEGANT LACES,
FINE LACE COLLARS,
FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS 1
HUDSON BAY SABLES,
FOR HOLIDAY GIFTS,
261 and 263 Mail.
BOYLE & CHAPMAN,
279 1-2 MaSl St,
A. 1. BOACH. J..
Formerly of Son, smile. Memphis.
A. J. ROACH lb CO.
Na. 13 Ualaa Street, Lee Bleat
Sneclal attention nald to the sals ot ObcUbe
snd liberal advances on the aaaae. tsepSdAwI
1871 1 DECEMBER. 1 1871
Boots, Shoes & Hats
HILL, TERRY & MITCHELL,
329 Hals St, Mosipllit,
a basse add III sw Se
CHANT U1T, as laws piliw, aassl ess
Harked down from
25 to 33 1-3 per
IRISH SILK POPUNS
0. C. & Ms Me
3 3 2 lain St
m.t aud mxar
narkel in local wun 77ht aOvance. Of this I Jo. J. r&uux, veau li
ve. ,iu lalE port '' Lt IS? lnstanoss I Mw,lilAlsl I. MP1-
New Orleans Mail, dally. 2-Au i
Kxpress Train, dally aiMi
Wvl.ht TV.! n dmllv 4.X-
JOHN 30HMBON, Mayor. I .T a d Dear Ins from affidavit filed
. i i,.Kt..r Ai'jn I I "1?Ti.. ii i hi lass
ju. a. - i e ow. '
i mann, a
eauaethat the dsfendanls, Lisette Vah
vai nmBF muvlm .wm.n" -
i-.il.nt. of the I
I rour suooesslTS weeks in the Mem phis Ap-
peal. This December 11, uBl.
M. IX U BTAWAKT, Clerk and Master.
No. 581, & IX-In lb r ni CiIvult oourt ol
Shelby County.--ai'J, JakI1NI, Adm'r ot
Samuel Millar, ,,.,1 vs. Josephine Al-
phia Appeal. November 10, 1B71.
A"3EeDn5a. COL. Clark and si.
By it- J. BLACK. Depaty C. A M.
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