THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENN, THUE8DAY. DECEMBEB 38, 1871.
VOL. 32. No. 13
rhiladf JpblA u rmTftffeil by smalt-pox.
EvMraee lor the proMn utlon In the Whar
ton tit cluMd yesterday. That for the de
fence w i il be commenced to-day.
The imyi will call on Madama Woodhnll lor
a duiee when abe appera on the stag, a'
carlouj -the ways of boym, and of aocuc vomra
vi'o w jl.J be bora.
Ik la retoi-ied on sood aath rt;v ihmt all
BritUn troopa. except a few artillery, will be
withdrawn in the aprlng from HaJl&LX, which
la now the only garrisoned city In the Do
The Frehch minister of the Interior proposes
lO increase me rnnpooT ui me law rwu'jLi
lac UM control of the prem. Il Is nndemtood
thi inu-aiUoua have the approve for rasa
A Teclment oi O i aalled yesterday
fiawi flint laar bnaln. to loin the St.a-.Uii
army in Cab. HI Majeau King Amadeus
wa- preaeoi uu iuaut a uu-fi. ui'vmvu 10
the t: o pa, wlTg lm menaa en th uidaam.
The steamer Wiiescia, which laft Hamboni
Oh the lath of Decern b r, was detained by fbg,
and did not leave Havre until the 23d of
-cfUiisrr. She cannot be exjected, conaa
jueii ly, before the second or Ad of January.
Disau uea from Shanghai hare been re
ceived u luudnn annoancingtliat ih? L hlcc-ae
governm-nt h determined to f allow the ex
ample : me Japanese, and astad yamag amett
to Ftigland and the I'niLed estate to be edu
cated In the school of those counuiea.
At a tneetltig yeaterday In Boston of per on
lnte'eMtd In the fisheries, it waa decided to
appoint a com ml tie to wait upon repr-eota-Uveain
oocgreaa and endeavor to obtain a
I u' or - mf other means to r.-uir.uiM
whaieVer evils the treaty may threaten to in-
The steamship Flort !a. from New Orleans
for Apalachleola. sprung aleak and sank in the
(ulf of Mex co, on December if fcl. 1 he officers
and crew took the boat and landed twenty
mUeaaaat of Mobile Point. John Baed, col
ored, was drowned by the swum ping of a coat
in the surf. Value, 20 (JOU So lusnrance.
IN AND AROUND NEW YORK.
sam of 9
A. Whiiaker, j ft mauler at Vwilng
Woodcfunty. oLlo, was arreatd and
i le-v ' laud yesterday, by the depaty
States marshal, charged with etnbez
imjpt ordr funds. He wa held In the
I ;6ou to answer the charge ax the Jan u-
eo duties aisuiot court.
ions of the Aortf.a Reich -rath
W1 u;--uea yeteruaj, urn uie liuiui i
speech will not be dVlteerei pntll to-day.
The estimates of the mlni-ter of finance for
the coming Ibval year were submitted, and
iave the probable expenditure at three hun-drt-1
asd fif.y-nlne million floiina against a
raw BNM o: three hundred and ninety -eigh:
The oonuntuee appointed by the Prince ail
ward Island opposition to the present rae
mjrial to Gove, nor Robinson, have answered
at aorae length to the governor reply. They
ay that the governor decision to ignore the
rxpreavlon or the majority of the house and
aaaeuibly involve the astunptloQ of respn
lb:'lty for all future acts of bis adviser,
which he ought net to take.
The poetmaater-general yesterday ordered a
mail sen toe on the Dake shore, Tuacara and
WatDg'on Va ley railroad, from Ran-'in-wttt
to UuiUoid, Ohio, from January lh
next, and on the ls?catnr. Hnlllvan and Mat
toon rai.road from Malta to Marrowbone,
Illinois, ax Time- a week f.-om January 1.
The mail service t extended on the St, Joaepb
and leaver City railroad fro. Marysvllle to
Ran over, alansas,
A tsalt Dkke City dispatch, dated yesterday,
N. - ' More luv slide, attended with losso:
life, have occurred in the mining dlatrtets
Wai T:iurmoud, a school teacher, was shot be
i u-rw-i wa-d at Lehi yeaterday, and killecl.
Wo- ward the aggressor Gar rot n are
at work on the siree a. There have beam aev
. w. . ..i week.... Chriataas wa
exwedingiy marry, d -spite the prevailing
at r:ui There is rnnch embarrassment In
-oriinencc of the non-anival of freight
tra n. Kir and light material Is a' most
wholly exhausted. The weather is very had.
it la avowing to-day."
yni- Victobia went to SenArirgham
8tK.n 8 5 ui w. lectured 1m'. d ght ks
New Yjra on " fas FrancoPrnesian
Jambs B Hackx-it, the veteran actor,
Ilea daonreueiy Ui s; fail remdenoe on
Thi Pb;nc ok Wales pud Tne1y
qnuy. Hu conTieoeno, thoogfa
llo., la uaiDlrnzptd.
Psicc Karl Ackbspke fan bMB
ppctu.wi ' esteem of I be cipsr house oi
the An.trtan psrliames'..
V GlM.KlL 8BEBXAH SXd LiSLtt ml
A Gr."'. s n Pridea: Until, it ex
tax pea. to srriTe io Path to-dey.
" Rev Bobikt J. Blackiskidob, D D,
died at .Danville, Keatncky, at five
o'clock, yetriey afternoon, aftar a pro
Hos. Uruiv Mobp.isom. .ormerly of
IlUaoia, iaaue'j: tne scventeentn oiatri(?t
caiirt o! Cifjrcla, died in Loa Angeles
on the IStb inst.
Jc B Bahkie, a broker, well known
In finAaci-ii circles tbroUgboat the United
Btatw, ai.-d ia Philadelphia yeaterday,
fiu Majssy, the King of Italy, sent
hla oongruaUtiona to Ma y ueen oi Kag
land o '.as anaoncoemenl mat the Prince
of Weiss was out of danger.
Bon. JoHJi Jay, ths Anerlean minUtM
at Vienna, look dinner with the Austrian
prcmi-'i Chrtmas day. The repreaenia
tirsa ot a'.l ths Eaiopean powers were
present oa be occasion.
Hon. Geo W. JriJAB, of Indiana, waa
the nnanitnoos choice of IM IfaUomi
LAbor union, in eesl n at San Franolaoo
yeaterday, as a cAndidaia for the resi
dency. Cablial Akatolb Pah Filipo k &wt
mo :sh'p ot Pa sstme and V;ce-Cbancel-lorot
the Holy R)asa Catholic church,
is dead He was e:rt&d to the) cardin
als in 13T, and died at the age of seven,
Hon W. H. TwEBDihet was, Dishon
orab.K Biil Tweed that is, aeoordicg to the
Tribone, la cow titter in rapid flight tn m
ths c Lii-ry or kuik:ng in aoius ou.-.f
ths-way plMe wai.ing nnlli his bondaowfo
oome forward to aave tlm from lmprison
msnt. Doctob How abo, now under sentence
of d.tb at Cienfuegoa, Cuba, claimed to
be an American eitia, but finding the
claim .laely to avail him littls in escap
ing bis fat .-, bsa changed bis p'es to that
of an Engiiahaubjoct, and is likely to be
Bbbatob Hablas, of Iowa, U I ist now
on Oe lips of the tongues of WAhlT!gVn
aoandAi-ci'togsrs, as betas caarlT con
nse'ed wita Wrigbt in oer.atu Indian
fr.ud.. Wiight'. speedy appaarauos be
fore a oourt will prooabiy mske the pub.ic
acquainted with what Harlan knows
bjut lO'iians, and wbetbar his knowl
odge of the aborigine wiil damaga fail
chaaoM f. r rs-siec.ion.
Alexis i snponsed to hare had a prtt
ty nice time at various points In his pro
grass torouieii the country, tat be hss as
yet wi nothing nor ecj yed anything to
oom par with the progiaaime St. Louie
ba.s in atore for him. BeavU hss baen
put under five hundred thousand dollars
ooad. not to open his mouth about the
gieacna.a of St. Louis during ths Duks's
visit tn every precaution baa bean
taken i bat LOthing shall mar the joyous
Baas of tbs oeoasioa.
The Acriici(T is authortatively
made ihai at 11 o'clock on Monday, the lit
of January, the Preeident will receive the
members ol the cabinet and foreign min
isters; at 11:30 am.. Judges of the United
Mtaaee court. United States senators and
rspresantsiives in congress and judges of
ths supreme court of the District of
Columbia and court of claims will be
raoei ved J at 12 m., the officers of the army
and navy will be received; at 12:M, tbe
heads ol bureeiH and the asveral depart -menia
will be recti ved. The rseepuon of
oitissna will eoBunei.ce at 1 o'oloek and
lermiaata at two.
Narwaad, the Sarderef af Si
lyached far bit Cruaa.
The Washington Telegraph publishes as
follows the ironfeeeiou ol Robert Norwood,
tbe murderer of Miss Mollis Holt. Ha
aald tbat betweei, himself and Miss Holt
there had long exited a matrimonial
engax-emect, and thst on account of the
opposition of her relatives, a consumma
tion of tbe enxsgement had been pre
vented ; that oa the dsy of the killing he
had met bar at the house of Mrs. Kelson,
where she was spending the day, and bad
a long talk with her upon the subject
"it peraietsotly refusing to marry blm
contrary to the wishes of her relatives;
that when he left the house or Mrs X leon
be b ad determined to inaks another effort,
and lor this purpose waited on the road
side for bar return to her mother's. When
HI ATTACKED HER,
and hi aB persisting in her refusal to
marry tin. fa "fad upon her four times,
i hen ueat hei brains out with the butt of
.h BtekaL and ataited off; but fearing
that thrre might sS be life enough in
her to expos hlco, he returned and cut
ter throat. When the discovery wss made
and thi alarm given, ha wont with the
grief-stricken mother, and wept with the
mother ever the ruin be humeelf bad
on sea dat Moaarwo,
while Norwood waa being watched and
guarded, we unieratand that about one
i am!.-- armed men forced the guard,
took the now desperate man to a ooa
veoient liuib, and there buna him by the
neck until be wss dead, dead, dead. And
thus ended the most hotrible tragedy that
we have ever been called upon to chroni
cts. It Is proper that we should state that
the young man Norwood waa of reepae -a-bls
rajulv. and had been generally ra-
1 as a wormy ana deserving ycuu
The Miner oounterfaiting case has gone
to tbe jury.
The Russian fleet la ordered to remain
hire for tbe present.
Ex Sheriff O'Brien waa a.wlinaaa before
the grand jury yeaterday.
The rumor tbat Tweed waa arrested and
jicflned in the Metropolitan hotel la
Theodore Hagen, a musician and pub
lisher of tbe Weakly Bsvtew, died yea
terday of heart d taenia
An iadlo'.ment was returned yeaterdsy
In the case ol i ha death of Mr.Nswklrk,
at Jrffsrson Market prison.
The ad j inroad examination of Bank
1 s. miner Ooilendar. charaed with re
ceiving bribes from the Ooean bank, waa
Tbe rumor of the Inrftctmen'. of Mayor
Hall ia atiU bcuaved. and it is stw
tnat the papers have been returned to the
jury for some correction, and will be soon
Too property of tbe New York Prtnt
1 r g corn pany was recently seized bv tbe
sheriff on a snit brought by the Osaaa
bank on a protested note, and will be
sird st public auction on Friday, Janu
Tbe steamer Cuba, hence for Liverpool,
while going Sown the lower bay yester
day morning, struck on the "knolls,"
where she now remains. The aosst
wrecking oomrsuy hsvs sent a steamer to
It has been reported tbat Charles
O'Oonor wonid terminate hla connection
with the prosecution of tbe ring sulus
when Attoraev-General 3arl ,w came into
efface. Barlow, however, says he will en
deavor to nave o'Conor's aid.
The board of Indian commissioners
have preremed their report to President
Urant. It gives s cheerful Tie cf tbe
n satin nolicv. In (he torchsaeof Inflaa
supplies sod other measures, they have
savf d about one million do. .art.
A specie', meeting of the national asso
ciation for Improving tie interests of the
trot .leg turf, was hel 1 ;astsrdsy, George
M rimits preetaing, to receive eviienji
for decisions on disputed points during
ths year. The session will continue to
day. One hundred and twenty thousand toss
ot soranton ooal wai sold yeaterday,
showing a decline. The following are
the prices: Lump, to Ui::
steamboat, 13 82H to 4; gra'S. (4 to 4 116;
egg. H 06 ss 4 17H: stove, f7T- to fi;
chestnut, t3 87a to 4 1.
It la probable the t counsel for the people
will soon make an m tack upon Tweed's
nnoertv. A! read v snDllcaflon has been
made to restrain Tweed lrom disposing of
bis property, sud it la expected that
Tweed's lswyera are about t j move to
bavs this spplicallon denied.
Tbe enrolment of Democrat Ic voters
under the Bsform Democracy commenoed
in the several wares Tuesday evening,
tbe effect being to secure the names of all
men who are Ormooraas, and who from
their enrolment will be entitled to have a
voice ia the political primaries.
Corporation-Counsel O'Gorman states
(hat he will take steps for tbe re
moval of James M. Sweeny and Hugh
Smith as commissioners for the ex
tension of the Rlrer-side park on sc
oount of their absence from city. These
gen-iemen be said had been absenting
taeniae! vea to evade tbe result of tbe action
of the grand J u y.
The statement that Boas Tweed cannot
be found has not yet been authoritatively
denied It appears tbat Terre nee Farley
cocci- ded to witbd-aw his ball bend 'or
Tweed, but sheriff Brennan informtd
Farley that he would be held responsible
wi n oil er bondsmen until Tweed waa
delivered over to the sheriff. Farley hta
busily endeavored to find Tweed, but un
successfully. Y eater lay noon Tweed'a
eon offered another party In place of Far
ley, but be was not seeepted. At present
several officials are on the lookout for
Tweed, who Is, donbtlsss, in some hiding
place In town
The statement of the New York Tri
bone, in reference to tbe disappearance of
Tweed, seems to have been baaed on the
ftct that Terrenoe Farley is reported to
bare given notification to tbe sheriff of
bin withdrawal frcm Tweed's bail bond;
also thst neither Hasting nor Jay Gould
would attempt to pass tbe examination
required and justify In tbe sums which
they hsva c la themselves. When
Tweed learned of Farley's intention, sa
above, it is said that he disappeared Im
mediately .or be wonld have slept 1 ueeday
night in the county prison. He wss at
his office, on Duane street, st about four
o'clock Tuesday svenicg, but thereafter
disappeared, and, aa the Tribune esae'ts,
op to one o'clock yeaterdsy morning he
bad not been seen by those who sought
bim. Tweed's son (Riocard M , ot ths
Metropolitan hotel; hss off-red himself aa
bondman In place of Terrenes F.'tey, and
It la stated that Charles G Cornell, water
regitter, and Charles Devlin will take the
plaoes ot Gould snd Hastings. The ex
amination of sureties aonlinoea to-daJ ,
anl it may be several days before all the
lureiles are examined
Tbe Public BalWIoea Ha Raaaawalg after
CRIMES AND CASUALTIES-
Cettaa Skip Burned.
Dispa'chea from Galveston, Tsxss, state
that tbe ship Orlrn, bsvtng one thoussnl
balsa cotton oa board, was burned cn
Sunday outside tbe bar, sad sunk In four
A Sanda; -a Work.
Sundav evening during the abeeno of
the fam.lr, the residence of J. C. Wood, of
Midisonville, wss sot trad by burglars,
who abstracted from a trunk 130,000, la
bonds and notes.
Deatb la a Cnristraas Sift.
A little son of J. Foulke, ot Urbana,
Ohio, on Tuesday, whl'e playing, siipp"d
and fell upon an open penknife, the blade
"t which penetrated hla abdomen, ln
fl ctlag a probsbiy murtal wound. The
knifa was a Christmas present.
rwd a.t Teterans.
Seveaty diaabled soldiers srrived at
tbe Dayton, Ohio, soldiers' home, Tues
day evening, from Knlgbtstown, Indisca,
where tbe bowse waa destroyed by ore
These, with fifteen, more to follow to
day. Increases the roll to over eighteen
Judicial oncer sapeaeBew.
Prosecuting Attorney A mot, yesterday,
filed svsral iarnrmatloos against Jodg
Hoeflsr.probate adge of Hamilton county,
Ohio, charging him with violations of ths
act defining tbe duties pertaining to the
assessment, collection and report ot feaa
1 be Beseawetga Multiply
A Q lebec dispatch ssys tbat a trnnk
myttery case hss arisen there which hss
crest. d ic. nss excitement. A box was
found tbs other day at the Grand Trunk
railway depot, coDtatnlng the mutilated
body of a female in a partially decayed
condition. The limbs had been cut off,
and the flash dropped from tbem in large
pieces. Tbe bo wss left by a stranger
whose name la unknown. Foal play la
suspected. An Investigation is pending
Has CUtsga a Kssiwwssgy
Willlsm sbarb, baggaga-maater of tbe
Pittsburg. Fort Wayne and Chicago rati
road, laft Chicago laat Saturday on the
day express, having ia charge tbe corpse
of Mrs. McCoy, who, It seams, died there
vary suddenly under susplcione circum
atancea. He waa arreated on bis arrival
at Lima, Ohio, In ccrcollance with a tele
gram from Chicago offlaera. and was taken
to Chicago, where an investigation will be
bald. Tbe c (Boers stated that the corpse
was seen to come "ut of a wall-known
s'sig-jtuon house, and that there had
been foul play, sitl.er by poison or abortion.
Cm Tuesday, when a coal train was
within three quarters of a mi e of Lscka
spixsn.oa the Honesdsle branch of the
B'ie nil way, one of tbe rooks on the side
o the road, weighing many hundred tons,
tumbled down and ludged cn the railroad
track a few feet ahead of an approacting
train, irUoh was running pretty fast. Tbe
-nit'uf ei, D. B Wood, and ths fireman,
Joua Staitx, were thrown from the en
gine the latter being thrown on his head
and instantly killed, while the engineer
was only slightiy Injured. Ths locomo
tive wss oomf iy wreeked, tbe center
of it being thrown high in tbe air, form
tng for an instant a huge pyramid, and
then fifteen cars went crashing down an
embankment forty feet to the river.
A atadlral aaetesaeaa.
A special d. -patch from Little Bock to
tbe St. Lonia Democrat (Radical) says:
"Arrivals from Chic it eounly report that
after the shooting of the murderers San
ders, Usrrett and Dugan, and the destruc
tion of Gerrott's "tore, where Wynne waa
murdered, tbe crowd immediately dis
persed, and tbe sheriff sad posse have
amce remained in peaceable possession of
the place. Baadars, Garrett and Dugan
bad been notoriously bad characters, one
having committed several murders, sad
another having whipped a negro and
broken his sr m, previous to their com
bined attack oa Wynne. These circum
stances rendered the negroes, when as
sembled, uncontrollable until they had
ecu red themselves from any other vio-
Chioaco, December Collector Mo
Lean oi this port hss .received a letter
from Secretary Boutwnll, instructing
him to see the owners of the block
of land upon which the old poef
office sad customhouse stood and as
oertala from theas what alios they would
pat upon tbe land, provided the govern
ment should desire to purchase It. The
coHseto.r has notified the property owners
and they will seah nsraw bit pries by to
morrow, wbeu they will be sent to Secre
tary Bowtwell for conalderatlon. Should
the price be deemed too high, they will be
r.jscted at once, and the collector Da :n
a raced to open nsgotiatlons with other
p rties for a aew site.
Chicago pipors contain to-dav an expo
sition of wast was foreshadowed io these
dispatches, a few davs since, under tbe
title of "Another Bewisby -Rosen aelg
Cass." The facts so far ' ibitshed show
thst Mrs. McCoy, a mllili r. reelding at
Craetline, hio, a lady of good character,
cime to this city, and either went herself
or waa taken to a female doctor oa State
street, where she died io s few dsys. and
waa packed in a box aad sent off to Ohio,
where bar body waa discovered end ar
rests made. Among others arrested was
a baggage master on tbe PitlsDurgh,
Fort Wavne end Chicago railroad, rramed
William Shreb, who wss eagsged to be
married to Mrs. McCoy, who wss a
widow. It is claimed by the pel lea thst
an sbortloa had been practised npen the
decerned, but this morning Dr. Bun.
Miller msde a partial post-mortem exami
nation of tbe remains. So Car ha has dis
covered bo grounds on which to base toe
belief that the woman had died any other
than a natural death.
Taere were in a atore in this city on
the 23d laat.. five million two hun
dred and eighteen thousand busheia of
A report, well authentlcsted, ssys the
Chicago Republican will cease to exist on
Saturday next. It will be merged in the
Great Brttali ass ths Dlamnd Field - Nw
Losdow. December 27 The mail
steamer from the Cspe of Good Hope
brings the intelligence that the annoance
msntgthat the treaty of annexation of the
African territory to tbe British had been
finally concluded, produced much excite
ment in that territory.
Bread, president of tbe Free States, had
lasusd a formal protest against tbe tranater
of the diamond fielda to Great Britain.
The discovery cf gold, In oonslderab'e
q uan titles, had been made In the trsas
Vaal republic, and the reports attracted
many adventurers to that quarter. The
diamond seekers were abandoning the
diamond districts for the newly discov
ered gold country.
Capetown continued thronged with the
srriTlng snd returning fortune hunters,
and the business ol the colony was
making great strides.
Spanish Situation Valauida's
Havana, December 27. tn the recent
engagement near Msi zanillo the Spanish
colonel, Obregon, was killed.
Valmsseds hss issued a proclamation
in which ha aays the offer of pardon to fie
insurgents cannot last forever. He now
proclaims that every Insurgent captured
after the 15th of January will be sbot.
Those surrendering af.er that date wiil be
sentenced to perpetual imprisonment.
Negroes are to be treated the same as
whites. All negro women captured will
be delivered to th6ir owners and be com
pelled to wear a chain for four years.
All white women captured in the woods
after the 15th of January will be banished
from the oouatry. The chiefs of the in
surgent bands will be allowed to surren
de- until ths Uth of January under the
conditions hitherto grant.' d.
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
The Mea has gone abroad tbat the Mem phis
Ousllghi c nipauy was ready u abandon what
is termed tut; nat htba process in the manu
facture of gas. Ttisrs Barer was a greater
When s consider the material uaexi the
sui:al oi. of petroleuaat , scarcely merchant
able for any otner u-w the rtcnnets of the ga
i rp'Iuowi. reqninn. when used as naphtha
gas nj ct-, to be diluted with forty-two per
cent, of air to reduce It to something like the
-:...i.isnJ jf ca measured t v candie-tKwer
uf the) finest KiigU-u caunel coal, the rapldl
ty, certainty , and, under p
economy with which It can be pnniucvMi
am use must uc regara-M ajanauvsnceu mv--ment
In pas manufacture, which should re
cci vs the aLtenUon of both practical and sci
We have found It best to use this process In
conjunction with the manufacture of ooal gas :
First, because we have a market for tbe resi
dual prod nets, coke and tar, at fair prices.
?Second, because our works and apparatus
were constructed for the distillation of bltu
mlnoiiseoal. The late complaints about the quality of gas
supplied to the city grew oatof the fact that
on account of the stock of naphtha running
short, and some changes belLg made at tbe
works, the gas in the holders for a few night
was nearly pure ooal gas, unite equal to tbe
standard formerly produced oy this company.
The change from the use of nsphtha was as
perceivable and marked as if tbe burners bad
undergone a partial eclipse, and complaints
a natural as If one accuat"md to glanse had
attempted to lay them aside, suddenly.
By a slight chauge made lu tbe connections
wunour naphtha gas meter admitting only
pure napotha gas into the mixer, we can with
ease inject such a quantity of this neb. Ino
dorous and disinfectant gas into the holders
as to immediately overcome any objections a
to the quality of the gas throughout the cu .
uotonly rsiHngtbe llfumlnatu g power to any
given standard, bnt absorbing to a great extent
the trace of sulphuretted nydrotten which
always Impart a bac odor to the best coal
This we do not claim as adteoorery, bat the
. x oerimental test of tbe useof pure naphtha
W most Interesting and satisfactory.
On the evening of the auth, about four
o'clock, we had succeeded in getting ready foi
trying the effect on a large, scale, of what is
known in chemistry as gasejous diffusion with
out regard to ajbectftc gravity. Hot the uni
form iiiurmingling of gases, for that was a
kLuiD scientlac fact, but the time required
for a complete mixture of gases through ths
nalns (if extended; twentyelght miles in
The holders contained about 17u,0l)0 feet ot
gas, with a make of about fifteen to eighteen
thousand feet per hour, when we commenoed
turning In the pur aauuhagas trunmngonly
two benches oi Ss and making at the rate of
about e:gbt thousand cubic feet per hour. The
photometer Sugg's make, London.) measured
the coal gas in ths mains at tourteen candle
power. As aoon ss we observed from the test 1'gbls
the naphtha gas fllimg the pipes, we noted
the can d le oowur of the gas tn the street mams
to begin rapidly and steadily to ascend, and
In twenty minutes more we found It wss
lioing Immediately to the office In the heart
of tbe city, to note tbe effect there, we found
everyone enquiring what bad occurred, and
surprised at the Increased brilliancy ot the
Thus in twenty minutes the Illuminating
standard of coal gas, fourteen caudle-power,
was raised to eighteen.
By no other process known to modern sci
ence and practice can such results be pro
duced so rapidly. In the ordinary manufac
ture of coal gas. complaint as to quality can
only be remedied by a gradual process, which
generally oome too late to meet complaints.
By this method alone Is the effect Immediate
We can. therefore, assure tbe) public that
hereafter any just complaints ss to the Illum
inating quality of the gas furnished the city
can and shall be remedied promptly not in
one locality only, but threughout the extent
ef our mains, it must be understood, how
ever, weoanuotand do not undertake to make
gas llow through pipes fllied with scale or rust.
J AS. M WUaUAMaON,
President Usallght C Setups uy.
1 HE COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD.
LATEST UPOKT BY TaXTCkAPH.
New Yobx, December 17. Cot too market
opened firm, but closed dull; middling up
Liverpool, December 21. Cotton market
uuiet; middling uplands, wiai0d, middling
Orleans, lu4d, sales, lu,uuu bales, or which MMt
bales were for export and speculation.
New Ki-stAJas, December 2T. Cotton mar
ket easier; good ordinary, Ifv-ac; low middling,
- middling, llffc. Sales, bales; re
ceipts, UK bales; exports to Liverpool,
bale; stock, ltff.t. bales.
Cn cunt an, December 27. Cotton market
quiet and unchanged ; low mtrirtitng, i"v,
ST. Louts. December 27. Cotton market
quiet, middling. l91c.
Lor is vi lax, Deoamber -".Cotton market
dull; middling a p lands, lW-o. 1
Nash villi, December 27. Cotton market
doll; low middling, I 4c.
Mobile. December 27. The cotton market
14 quiet and weak; middling, li-4 4l?",c; uet re
cvipts, aUUU baies; rxprl ooustw ie, 1411 bales;
ales, sjuu bales; stock, 41. (aw bale.
SAVAWjfAii.'Dooember 17. The cotton mar
ls steady, with a lair damand; mlddllug, Jw:
net rwceipta, bales; .xtrts cast wise,
mtmfm bales; stock, 77 M bales.
CHA BLESTON .
CKAjUauwnon, December 27. Cotton market
quiet; middlings, lstj; set receipts, 5140
bales; exports coastwise, 1748 bales; sales, 40U
Dales; avocx, BsSsa law.
(ULVEHTO-. Deeeasaer S7
dull: g4 ordinary, ll&,c; net reoalats,
S4Uf awiss; experts eoastwise, 12S bales; sales,
4U0 bales; a-.ock, sS,Ta bales.
MONETARY AMD FINANCIAL HATTERS.
I LATEST RXPOKT BY TXLXGJM PH-l
Naw oaje. December 17.
Gold-Opened at 1H6"4 and sold op to
10 on The reported relapse of the Prince of
V asles, tUt Cioaeo a. lue opening pnen.
Loans were from 7 per eent gold to S for car-
i ing. ieariug, S4iiuu,uu
'starltnir V'Trhsrnrr Banirrw' h-Hlr KaV-b.
Modhv -In tt.o early part of the day loaned
as h'ah as M per cent., but at the close was of-
frad at 7 oer cent. sold.
Southern Htte Secorttles Were steady
throughout the aay. rne cioamgq
Tennessee, old... BH Missouri, 97 s
'l unessees. new.. 2-. N, Carolina, old 3l
irjrnia-. om ... .-N.UAroiinas, new 1
Virginli a, n. w - V- Gold . 106
U ilted Htate Securities Government bonds
were atnng, tbe flve-twenty Issues a ivancing
from ; . a5J . The olTera of bonds to tbe govern
ment amounted to 1270,650, at from it.., to
lUhij; 11 u arda, $240,650, at from 10hJ0 to ioe,iW.
1 lie ciing prices were:
Me. 4 1M2 J0Vo Mk of IM IWK
&-ate of IH4 ltaH 1 MB" of 11. . UTH
O-AAJH Ul 1 Ill 4'S-fajaa, L , ,1M , ..'W
n-w . 1 . 1- , faaawaa a 114s,
6-uus of lfltfT ; Gold 1WS
Stocks Opened dull and lower than at the
ciose of business last nlsrht. but araduallv lm
proved, and were steady at an advance of
aoom pygfi percent- ine marxei was r-eavy
aud loweV In the eTenlng, the decline ranging
lrom jtjraji'-. per cent Many snorxconira.e s
were Cioaed upon the ad vanes of yesterday,
ana ine market is witnout tnis enstaiuing in
iluenoe. A number of parties "long" of stocks
ouve sold out. It is reoorted that an 11 'i-Lnwn
bank ha been swindled out of about 94U.00U
by the purchase of business paper in open
mat ket w 111th turned out to be forced.
Natlooa! BAnk A dispatch gives notice
that the Kentucky national bank ot Loois-
with a capital ofgeWJU), and tbe Second
natiouaJ bank of Aurora, Illinois, with a capl
11 of t lOU.'HMJ, were to-day authorised to com
General weet. of Illinois, entered upon his
duties to-day as hrst deputy commissioner of
internal evenue tor tne cnieaso district.
The statement of the Chicaso national
bankx, lust published, shows them to be
tiro niter thsn they were before the Are. They
hold available means ot over sixty-three per
cent, of their deposits, and they would be
obliged to call In only one-third of their loans
to paj on depositors in ran.
New OmJLkAKS, December 27 Gold,
eteriing exchange, ii: aignt. aicouui,
LoMxjsiubtr 27. The money market
at tne cios pwas as louows :
Consols, money ftS". TJ. S. 5-20b 1886.. MR.
Consols. account 22 U.S. SUs Hu
L . S. 20i 1862. M- CS. 10-4fls..
Pajlis, December 27. Rentes, bat 67c
Fka-TKTORT, December 27 - Jnlted States
ecuntles avc-twentles ot lstC
THE NEW YORK DftY GOODS MARKET.
LATEST REPORT BY TXUEGRAPH. j
New York. December 27.
The market Is unlet and firm for all staple
EMios. 11 we except tne great, aecune wuicn
as taken place in Gr.-en A Daniel' six cord
spool thread, all other makes of six cord spool
ttiread remain steady st eoc Amoskeag 0
ticks, which have been Jobblnc at lttc. ars ap
to Be; and B ticks, same make have advanced
from 21 to 22c, and ft m-nsuTtsag blue denim
have ajdvsnced from 25 to 26c.
THE DOMESTIC PRODUCE MARKETS.
LATEST EXTORT BY TEt SUBAPH.
CSXcaoo, December 27. Outside of some
mall lota taken by southern buyers, the flour
market was perfectly dead We quote at 94 25
t&i 2 --.(' for low spring extras, and 94 60 for
supers Tor southern t ade. Wheat dull and
prices a shade iijwer: No. 1 spring, II . No. a,
1 18. Corn opened dull, but closed active: No.
2 mixed , -iOc. Oats in fair demand, but at
lower rates; No 2. , . Ry steady and In
modera demand; No. 2, 62(tttc. Barley
quiet and weak; sprint: No. a. 46wa48c. Pork
opened dull, but closed active, at 9. Lard in
fair demand, 8c. Hams-sngar-cured un
changed. Green and bulk meat unchanged.
Hog dull snd market unsettled, ranging fr ni
M 0604 2.r: dressed dull, ranging from 94 1
4 83. W'ulsky dull sue nominal.
Cikctxatt, December 27. Floor dull snd
prices drooping; lanilly, 96 fi 75. Wheat
dull and prices drooping, 91 40tl 43. Corn in
lair den and and prices advanced, 47a. Rye in
fair demand. -Wvjlc. Barley steady and In
moderate demand; prime to choice, 8trt85c.
Coffee in lair demand; prime. 24(gpl4c. Pork
doll, but uuchanged: 913 25 asked. Lard in
light dfuiand, but holders Arm: H-.jc asked.
Bulk meats dull and nominal, o(4'ts661-4c,
loose and fully cured. Bacon In ligbtieniaud,
but h iders firm: ihoaldei, -c; cleaa rib, Tc;
clear sides, 7c; hams, : j : j ' ...-. Hogs In lair
demand. g4 -.(. a! xr. Green meat firmer; hams.
7r84c. The light receipts of hogs here and
at Chicago strengthen the views of holders,
: there is no demand for the products worth
LorisviLix. December 2. Tobacco sales,
48 hogsheads; lugs, 6 50;istj; low to good medi
um leaf, 98 26U. Uaggiug steady, held at lZ
sAl.(c cash for round lots. Flour active and
nrm; exirm fam i iy, 96 2596 si. Grain firm;
wheat-red and white on arrival, 91 45tsl 80:
oern in ear, 50c; shelled, a2c, In bulk; oats In
ba.x, 4u-.i i-sacked, 50c; rye, prime, auc; barley-full
No. 1,86c. Provisions (airly active:
rnHH pork. In round lota, 14c; bacon small
saltsi of clear sidea at 88sc, packed; bulk
shoulders, 6lc; clear rib, ,?; clear sides, 6-aC,
j aoked; nams, aucar-cured, 14c: plain, 13o,
packed; lard tn fair demand. 9-310V- Whisky
, 11. '
Nashville. December 27. Flour In good
demand at full prices; super, 95 76; family,
16 o Wheat scarce and firm, 91 6u.
Corn tn fair demand and firm, 63c. Rye steady
aad In moderate demand, 91. Oats in lair de
mand. 65c. Barl-y n fair demand, i75c.
( ornmeal, 65e6t)c. Bulk meats are In good
demand; sboulders, yc; clear lib, frV.c; clear
jties porx, ti4 xi. rtump pora, sii
ugar---ureii, 10. Lsr J, prime
8t. Locxh, December 27. Flour inactive
and uuchanged. W .eat Spring dull and
lower; No. 2, si M Corn dull; mixed, on track,
4242SC. Oats Inactive; mixed, on track. 35
barley unchanged; No 3 spring, 62Wc. Barley
lolet. No. i. 37)MS)4sic. Whisky firm at Mlc,
Tobacc. hemp and begging nomin
ally unchanged. Pork nominal at 913.
In dry-salted meats the demand Is very
light. A Jobbing lot of loose clear rib sold at
Bacon unchanged; order lota shoulders,
"y: clear rib sides, TV: clear. 7)ac; green clear
no sold at V, Lard unchanged at ,c. 1 of
fee firm at uHtc. sugar quiet at 8 -sllc.
Got -d fair to choice molasses is dull at 65u6uo
for plantation. Hogs uuiel and out little do
ing; extreme range, 3 7A4 15; bulk sales, 94(9
4 lb; killed to date about 2564) 0, against 140.UU0
last year. Cattle dull, laugmg from tl au to
5 00. Receipts of flour, 4 )00 barreU; wheat,
13JH bushels; corn, 89,t0 busheU; ats, 40,000
bushel-; barley, 8000 bushels; rye, 1000 bus lie U,
hesrs, 1V70 head.
New Orleans. December 27. Flour firm
and unco ti.Eed. C irn lower at 7a oats
ol tattSv Bran, 9176, Hay lower; choice,
Pjik duM at 914 50. Bacon no sboul-
uers; clear rib, lytic; dear, u H-.ns,
lard, surar. mo asses, coiTes and whisky
Arm and uneuanged.
ah r. 1 :.m. at. fraftsrnsilv Invited.
By order A J. WHEELICR, W. M.
J. fi. Matbxs. Sacrstary. d s
BOYLE & CHAPMAN,
Stationers & Printers,
27S 1-2 Mats St, MwaSa,
MERCHANTS and Bank.ra, and all who
dsslra HI. ASK BOOKS ;or the Nsw
Year shonld not tail to si am ins our vary x
i.nsiva saaortin.n We mannfactors HlanX
Bxka tbat bavs no superior In tbs aoantry,
.ad oonstanily carry a ccmpLels stock ot
evsry size ana ersas.
BIABICat !.r UtTX, a aaieaaUd Slack.
Oflles snd Paaoy Statlonsry, snd Books ot
every acscripiion. i as soil tompiew
Pmilrg ar d Bivdiag Establithsent
in tk f.sitvrti.
BOYLE 4 CHAPMAN,
29 1-2 Main Street. Menpbis.
District of West Term
At Memphis, Tennessee, 27th day of Dscem-
'l'H anderslfned hereby elves notice ol
A his ADDOintment ss aftalarnee or Henrv
A. Lenta, ol Memphis, Hheiny coanty, State
at Tenneaaee, within aald Dlatrlct, who has
been adludlfaLetl a v jiun; arv banxruDt mum
hla own pell 1 m by tbe District Court of said
aji o. WOOLORI no E, Assignee
District of West Tennessee, 1
In Bankruptcy. J
At Mem phis, Tennessee, 27th day of Decern-
'I HE onderstsnsd bereby (lvss notice of
I. his appointment ss sasignse of Oalvln
E. Green, ol J.ckttoc, Madia n oonnty, rtt.t
of Tanneasss, within said l latrlet , who hss
bseu adjudicated a voiantary bankrupt upon
his own petition by the District Court of aald
d.8 O. WOOLrmiDSE Amliuer.
Ho. '56, K- In the Flnt Cnancrry Ccart M
one.Dy couniy, iennsaee- jona tnre- i,
sr.. vs. ths . n known heirs of Tlito.
IT appearing I-om affldavit In thi
that tne names and residence oi u
of Tlmoiby Kearney, deceased, ar m ;
and whlcr, cannct be aaoerta:ned nr.
it is mererore oraered, That ttey niitij
their appearance heiein, at the Court-house
In the dty ol Memphis, on or before the
third Monday In February. 172 and plead.
answer or demur to complainants bill, or
the a 4 me will be taken for confessed ss to
them and set for hearlnf exparte, and that a
copy of this order be published once a week,
for four successive weeks. In thu Memonis
M. copy ausst :
Ki ML. A COLE, Clerk and Matter.
Bt B. J Black D C and M.
Wilson Seaid, coj. for compi nt dS
WE ARE OFFERING FOR
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN
SEAL SKIN CLOAKS,
Aad a Splendid Aaaortsjeit af
IN ALL SIZES.
SILKS! SILKS! SILKS!
"xtraardinarily Law Pries !
ORANGES! ORANGES I ORANGES 1
i nri BABBELB VE TOHOiow.jusrBw-
1 JJ eslvl bv -'l. f t a's In Iota to snlt
at 980 and z:2 fj st STRKkt.
dH7 Betwssn Union and (iaroso.
238 MAIN ST.,JNEPHIS, TENN.
Incorporated bv the LaclsJatore ot Tea ea
ses, M.rcn s, isrr.
OFES DAT AsTD NIGHT.
s Ths coarse of study Is extended, thor
ough and practical; affording anperlor facil
ities lor obtaining a oand boalness educa
S" For Catalogue cll at the offlce, or ad
us T. S.ltDPH.PrlsrJpil.
MINCE-PIES ! TOYS!
CANDIES, CAKES, Etc ,
87 MAS ISO 91 STKKET,
Whalewale aad staaatl reafiwdan'r.
TOYS, TOYS, TOYS !
HOL1UAT rEVKTT8 tor TOUNS AMKB
tca. Ths onbllc will fine here st all
tlmts ths a nest snd choicest CwwleeUaue
ri- wastry, etc. Orders for Weddings.
Private Parties, etc., are made a specialty.
KSkHE-YOOBU On the wth Inst., at ths
rasidei.ee of ths bride's father, OUlsrvUls,
Ti muni i by tbs Rev Mr. Evans, Br, W. K.
Rxxsc and Mlas Sabaji L Yosso.
Tbs hsppy coup's arrived In thu city yes
tarday, and are stopping at ths Commercial
'Take her aad be faithful still.
And let the marriage vow
Be warmly breathed In a ter years,
And aacrsd held sa now."
ATT W 0 ) D BATTELLiE On lhsth Inst,
by the Be v. C. C. ParsoBa, Mr. Faar. Ait
wood and Miss Mur L BATTaua.
Dl.'Ktoy-On i e 27th instant, Jacob W.
Digksoh, i ged sixty yrara, formerly BhertO
of Desoto coanty, Mtssissiopl.
U. rnando (Miss.) papers plesaa copy.
NISS0URI STATE LOTTERY.
incorporated la urn.
MORNING CLASS No. BIS.
22, SI, ft, 7, 14, 30. 19, 28, SI, 88, , 63, 26, 13.
14, 45, 37, 86, SS, 22, 19, 65, 48, 13, 77, SO, 36.
Lotteries drawn twice dally. Prises from
in.' to SSC.Stfc. paid la monsy by J. K.
FRANCE, egXelH Morth Court st. Box 10,
Msmphla, Tenn., P. O. MDB.BAY, MIIXXB
a 00. Manacers. rtt. Louis. Mo.
MANUFACTURtNQ AID SOCIETY,
Authorised by ths Legislature oXthsBtata.
wai v ss daw. uoxKiira, cua 227, DSC. 9, 1871.
114978 I 10 11 11 II 11
,f7, 6S, W.SS.O, TS.Sl, 2t, IS, 44, U.
WIDSSSBAT KVMSiyG. CLASS 238, DUG. 27, 1871.
Y. M. C A.
THERE will be a called meeting of the Aa
aocistton on FRIDAY HiOHr, tbe ib
Instant, at 7 o'clock, to maks arraaaesasata
:or ths lsc: are of Dr. M unsay. A roll attend
ance is deslrsd.
By ths order of the Prssldtnt. dS8
Waritligtsen's Balldiag II I san Aaaaclatioi
first annual meeting of tbe Btock
holdsrs m tbs Woibingmen's Bnuding
and Loan sssodstlon wiu be held this
(THURSDAY) svenmg, st 7 o'clock, at ths
Lfflceot the irestdeni, Major H. l. Bulklsv.
Tne election of officers wilt be held, aad all
subscribers are urged to be present. at
600DBAR & GILLILAND
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
3222 4 324 MAM STREET,
MoOombs A Co.'t Old Hardware Stand,
Russian and American Sable,
And Fitch Furs,
Can now ha purchased lit lower prices than
they have ever been offered before.
ear Call tnd examine our One stcck of
these goods. Our low prices on tbem will
242 ud 244 Mais St,
CORNER OF JEFFERSON ST.
On Thursday, fee 4th January, I872,
I will npen aad hold an election, in the city
ot Memphis, at the places designated below,
for tbe purpose of electing s Mayor, Tax
Collector and Wharlmaaier tor tne city of
Msmphla, and rucb Aldermen and Council
men as ais provided and to be elected by the
Charter and Ordinances of the city o: Man.
puis. The Officers, Judges snd Cleiks ol said
election, snd pe places of holding tee same,
are rimed bfcjw.
Oncers wl 1 report promptly at the st erlfl's
face, at 8 o'clock the morning, of tbe elec
lion. M VKCUa J. 1 RI8HT,
Sheriff of Shelby county.
Memphis, Dec amber .4, 13TL
A t tbs Engine ko ae. Main street, net we. n
Market and Winchester streets: J. J. Pow
ers, J. M. Atumondson, P. O'Hell. Judges; P.
M. Winters. Thomas Bnrk, Cla ks. Thomns
Mc armack, Sheriff
sr Wi are now receiving our Fall 8t -k.
the largest and moat attractive ws bavs ever
offered to the Trade. ME&CHAJ4TB wiil con
sult their Interest by examining our goods
before hoTinr sulo
Ford, Porter & Co.,
XaTo. 8CS Union gat.
Exclusive wholesale agents for sale of ths
Belie Factor Sheetings
MEMPHIS CITY FIRE
General Insurance Co.
OFFICE, IS MADISON STREET,
MEMPHIS, .... TENNESSEE.
Oat pltal, saoo.ooo
A T ACCAJktJ, Vie
r. w . a MIT ML, CWaaiss
t r jr. LTIS, secretary.
sur Does Fir, Marina, inland aad
At tbs old Engine house. Poplar street, be
tween Mam and Second: M. K. Cochran,
Joseph alter, Oeorze Bergman Judnes; C
Curtis. W. James McKeon, Cierka. Barney
Cox, Deputy Sheriff.
- Third Ward.
At Hook ard Ladder Truce House. ' dams
street, near ascend: Jam a aimpeon, W. B
rtcxeit, l. F. Ooodyear, Jucgea; Thomas
Sarvey, Arthur Bohi' y, clerks. D. T Sooe,
At tbs office o: John C. Lanier, So. Sec
ond it.-eet: 1. M. Rill, P. M. Stanley, M. A
Allen, Judges; . F. Bowsn, John fcL Pattar
soa, cierka. J. W. aUdrldge, Deputy sner.ff.
Hall of Court building, northeast onrnsr
of Union and Second Btreete, second nor:
J. P. Dromgoole. J. J. Wlggln. Wm. H. Farter,
Judges; KooerL iockwood, Hy. DePriest,
Clerks. Hsnry Whits, Deputy Sheriff.
At tbs Waidran Block, Main strsst near
Basis: James Banks, A F. Davis, L. E
l.ysr, Judges, c. D. MllUard, A. W. Jones,
Cisrkr. T.x Btratton. Deputy Bhenff.
Mysrs' nsw block, corner of Basis and De
soto streets: Larry Harmatad. H. i Har-
rUgton. J. J. Jenny, judges; w. i.. van
Dyke: Job Bledsoe, 4am Moors, Jr., R. IS.
Johnson, nerxs. b. . vine, vpuLjr
Poplar strset, .jppoaite tbs market bouse
John Prick, Uo. Montgomery, John B.
Campbell. Judges; Eugene Levy. Ben Powell.
Clerks. Ueora R- Powsi, Deputy Sheriff.
At Gray Varnsli's. comer of F mrth and
Auotion Streets: J. D. Danbury, ii. M urant.
O. H. F. Piper. Judges; w. Auiiewa, w. c.
Schaefer, (Jinks. B. K. JNorrls, Deputy
At the Mississippi House Main street, south
of Calhoun Wm. Brown, W. C. Ellis, A H.
Merrill, Juages; Thomas Cnrly, W. F. Oreen,
Clerks. J. L. Sharp, Depnij Baarifl.
J. H. WAGGENER,
la Well Filled with ..
O O LBNBi
For wenUamaa's wear,
J. H. WAOtitBaat, Frew's.
250 TONS CHOICE TIMOTHY
OU al Sesia leerl e tress. .
TO CLOSE OUT!
LESS THAN COST
Read This Price List
LADIES' FUR SETS:
Formerly st to.
French Brown Sanies
Formerly S4 DO.
Formerly 17 00.
Bias Alasha C.nev
Formerly 17 54.
Belgian Water Mlnh
Formerly SS M.
Alaska Mink Baale
Formerly 49 Ot
A relic Kink nahle
Formerly S13 30.
IMPORTED FINE FURS:
Canada Mink Sable...... .
Formerly S-JO 00.
Canada Mink Sable
Formerly fas 00.
Hndssn Bay Unfile.....
Formerly 1110 00.
Formerly S17S CO.
Btusalan Boyal Ermino ...
Formsrly IM) 00.
$ U SS
JACOB GAX8, S98 Main Street, in view of the approsteninp- hoUrSoa. has
msde a still further redaction in prices, and narsntarn tn ffr t I rwro
than any other Hoose in the city. . w MM3aV LUWkM
Vslewre at ,,,
Bwaallaaaa asaasssaa aa.
Flaw fl QAM a Ma. In mil mmm
SmUfil Beseeh rieiae ns.
F" FStrd seeassslj sold sa.
8al Ribbons Chsijwr tha- Ever Bsftft,
LmSlea' aaawl- at..
aw la a.1..
renen Cemeu n..
AS Sa- Worth.,
a so -w.rth
.. 7 ao-Worth..
7 aw ww
SVeir. larraat I. au-Wa.ia
Lnn.le Besaasb Inale Linen w.rth I Oa new yard -nt
Alt Linen Towel. 11x12 In -See ex.
AU k.tnon'tonsniTlioarnshee ns
All tinea Towoas aS laeke
1SS donen Danaaeh Towels nt
1 sa st
so nsarw wash
a- as Mwssaneh
IaaJtatlea Ermine, from .1 SO, .1 78
SO, t'j 28.
Stripe Ermine Sable from S3 as, SS SS,
liver Fox Sable, from St SO. So SO.
stray Belgian SoalrreL, S3 75; formerly
' S.B.-ETF.BT SET WllaMlTlll l
Marked down from
25 to 33 1-3 per
IRISH SILK POPLINS
Lt 70 con!
0. C. & H. M. Loewenstio
3 3 2 Main St.
OFFICE, No. 7 MADISON STREET.
. H. DCISCOHB, I
W. SL 4141 BBS tTM, Via
a. a. pc .48COMS, w. a. sat.buxath,
D. H. TCWStLUSO, IjOUiB HAKAQBa
JOB BBUCB, i. J. BOBBY,
tt. a. J v:i JA a. r . ana.
a van: Ann,
TELE TAX BOOKS for Uiejser 1871 sre now
ready, aad I will attend at tbe fallow
ing named pieces for the purpose ot rsoslving
tne State and County Taxes for ths Tear 1871 :
District No. 1, at Freed Boyd's store, Sat
urday, January oth, 1872.
District So. 2, at Baas' Store, Friday . Janu
District No. 3, at Bolton's store, Thursday,
January 4 th.
District No, 4, at Cuba. Wednesday, Janu
D'atrist No. A at en alns hos
ond aad Adams strssts, Wednesday , January
District No. 9, at Raleigh. Friday and Sat
urday, January 12th and isth.
District Wo. 7. at BarUstt, Wednesday and
Tnursiiay. January 10th and litn.
District No. 8, at Shelby Depot, Monday,
District No. , at FlshervlUe, Tuesday, Jan
District No. 10. at CoillervUle, Monday and
Tuesday, January loth and lfltn.
District No. 11, at Qermanton. Wednesday
and Thursday, January 17th and 14th.
District No. U, at Mecnanlesvllle, Saturday.
District Ho. IS, at Arnold a. Monday, Janu
District No. 14, at office corner Second aad
Union streets, Monday and Tuesday, January
8th aad Sta.
District So. 15, at Jacob Brust s store, Chel
sea, Tuesday, Jaaaary JSd.
District Mo. 10, at "White Station, Friday,
District So. 17, at MoCoanaU Cnareh, Tues
day January Sa.
Tax CoUsctor of Shelby County,
dS State of 1
Ladies' and Gents' HaU and fnmlahw woods at Drlees within ths rwrh
We call specinl attention to oar large and wli-seaected stock ot Ladiss'
Gents' and ChilO-r ji'g
Custom-made Boots and Shoes.
atfThis Stock was purchased by a practical Shoemaker, and ia sruaranteed
to give satisfaction in every particular."
Persons wisbintr to srst the lareest amoont of sooda far ike smailest
of money, will do weD to call on
398 TVTAIJST BTREET
THE MATHUSHEK PIANO t
PURE, SWEET, POWERFUL, DURABLE I
a i'3 maammmeamBmfc "SmmammBP
i MW "BSMaBmmmssnnWan mmmmmgSBrS
I.worklnn :n Stev.lnilea In tbe nlnl. of M oaten I Tristan.
rennnUtna tn a Ftaasn are TOLaTBTB sawS SJtJAIJTT OF TB1
BABJI.l VT Tne saisontek la esseiraewd em awar
ortaelalen. In- nrtmx, neywan all q.reilee, ClBBATatB Bt7BABIUTT.
las STIJ4B, OS AM 4VEBA.E. ABB Lo.bEB than tn oaBaw aaafcea, taas SB
4TtTMIA SBIAIEB V OL U SS OFIOSE.
Ths rsgisters are svleadldlv balanced, the tones are RICH, MBIAXDIOTJB, M AeiflF ICKJTT
it givaa forth no thin, wiry, bumble-bee tones. Its noaiasas of power Is won
derro:. It oan THTJNDSB and WHISFKa with eqnaily plsaslag emasL
NEED HAM'S SILVER T0N6UE ORGANS !
l"or txxe farlor.
aud for jta,e OMuroh I
SINGER SEWING MACHINES!
Call at the Singer Parlors, 273 Hail Strset
MERRIMAN WILLCOX, GENERAL DEALERS
MITCHELL. HOFFMAN CO,,
MANCFACTUREBS OT ALL ECTOS OF
AND DEALERS HT
Carpets, Oil Cloths
Hair, Moss, Shuck and Spring Mattresses
We keea tte largest and best stack hi the etty.
308 MAIN and 38 MONROE STREETS,
MEMPHIB, - - - roci - - - TKNNljHKKJi.
The Ne Plus Ultra
THE CiUilBRATED CHAMPION
"sTSnta. w roxxsrlat-Ix-oxa. O-m-easa,
CIRT!FlC7!.i TOO NUMEROUS TO PUBLISH CALL AND SEE.
FOR COAL 08 WOOOTh -jeest COAL STOVE NOW EXTANT,
DEALERS IN liw-.
MARBLE1ZED IRON AND SLATE m.
Nes. 13 and 15 Monroe Street, Mem pais. Teonessee
Royal Fire Insurance fbmpany,
CAPITAL : : $10,000,000 GOLD !
DEPOSITED IN THE UNITED STATES WITH INSURANCE DEPART
MENTS, U. 8. B0W0S OVER $1,000,000.
at CWBfw, $98,-
Fto Prwtam la (870, ovr $3 000,000 Bald.
000, PmM. 0a Ra-laaaraaee PeNatoe, Laeaaa PaM at
aad ia ad laataicaa wit hart
WS nXFOJST DIMBCT TO UVMBPoOU AMD OTJB LNSTBUCTIOfTS ABM
"TO PAY LOSSES PROMPTLY, AUD WITHOUT REFERENCE.'
FOR AGENCIES APPLY TO
Barbee dte DsL&tl.exxxeLXX.
OFFICE, 176 MAIN IT, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
MANAGERS FOR KENTUCKY, TEMME8SEE AN0 SOUTHERN INDIANA,
lowers, fall of thorns, however, and It, i Vant thelrvee tor depot purpoaes. A
. ... miA uH. Tha Havirmr here, af- 1 v . . ... ..... Tk. sr ... ... .
; to the I ?M"
REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUE
also ssvenry sores i
of said tract not emoraeea in sua man
Deed: Lying In Bheloj oounty, aad begin,
nlag at a staae In tne center of tse Kaleign
. u.t u.,....!.. .,..1 l. th. mtlhwMt mrnir
panies since the CtJctajco Enl
On account oi the public distrust ol Insurance fn mi.nlai. ariaing trosn
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