THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TENlSr., FEIDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1871.
VOL. 33. 1STO. 14
Alex. If Id DvCrolL
The Wharton trlAl wU'n ilrmfs It slow length
SVJ' 1 LIM,.
Ilacktt, the actor, riiexi at Jamaica Plain,
Quebec's trunk-horror proven to be a "ttLT
uei onging io a mwifi men
Dl patches from Tuoniu, ArUoaa, say Um
rinfci silver mines are fn.Tmouiiy ricb.
Se w York meauw. One baixtrod and fir y
persons encaged In the sport during (Cl pant
FlTa of the worat immigrant r-lad)eni ware
Treated In New York yestarday and
A ke-per of a Krocerr.
shot and killed at Fort Smith,
toe .i; :nauuiT
Or. k ley, wv
uooert uooge waa atabteil and killed at a
bouse t f Mm at Fayelteville, Arkaniaa,
The committee appointed by the aecretary
vi me uwui) wj tximiu uie print
bureau report everytbing correct.
Bv. PeWolf Howe waa consecrated, yeater-
new centra dloeaae of Pennsylvania,
lieoeral Walker's reason of the ninth
will be mailed to prominent aewspapaia ui
uiwuutij )-u liom w auiingun.
C bar Lea Plekard waa banged yeaterd ay morn
ing at Ijondot), On lain), tor the murder of
uuquq Mr v annex, bis employer, la April
Advices from the Kalamazoo reservation
rapnrnt tne oawn omumm tj lata mil lama d;
ract from Uiai reaervaUon an of frequent oc-
A Mbooi-hooae at Austin. Pulaski county.
A:ku3Uf, was ueairojea u arm (.chmodu
night. L.oa&, tnree Lbousand duuara. Cauae
R. J. Foster, IsU recorder of Naabvllle and
a prominent citizen, and wbo diaiinguisbed
blinteif In tne Mexican war, died In that city
Mtae Anna Belle Hamilton, of HL Loals,
eommliUwl saicide Wednasdaj evening bv
taking cyanidf of potaaaiuna. A quarrel with
bar lover led to tne act. hhe waa only sixteen.
Kurt her advices from bad alia confirm the
previous account of the killing of tne neirntea
In beiloe coanty. It la said thai great excite
ment exists there; that ibe negroea are panic
stricken, and efforts are being made to suppress
Lbe facts in the case.
A dispatch from Sranton say that the low
price of coal and stagnant condition of the
anarket, as announced yesterday In the New
York market, though a sooree of great sur
prise to dealers there, will not ocoaslon any
Chicago has a rumor that Hon. J Yoong
Hcammon and others have porckaNed the
'hicagrj liri-uoiican. and that It will (? placed
under lbe editorial management of Mr. Sidney
Howard Gay .some years miice boliLng the same
position on tne New York Tribune, and lor the
paws aw years on ine uassssj lnuune.
The latest horror comes from Fateraon, New
Jaaaar. n ednedav an t went
aerve a warrant a Charles K aUirrousos, and
I bim sutine m a rha.r frr.en n. Ku
r exaiulnati-n showed tbat Bnrroucb had
poisoned bimsea on the liHb. and tbe body
had remained froaan aa fouud klnce tbat time.
The trial of one hundred an i aeven citizens
and Indians tor ihe kiiiimt oi the Apaches u
Camp ant. now in prugrss baa developed
thP fact that the Indiana were not upon their
own reservation, and, although fed by the
govern in en i, were engage! inairect host in ue:
against ine 'un a vrrmci 01 aajsvi
Judge Gamble, of Philadelphia, yesterday
ara a tea a ruie oi ue conn upon ritabOD
u Hara. or Scranton, reqalring him to appear
betore nun tuamoiti on tne ui jm;;in
next snd h w cause why he .u'Hara shonid
not revokr-his letter of the 5th of Xoveruler
last, and restore Father etaes to hi pas aj rate
as ti'- ecjoyeo it previous to tuat limn.
A meeting of about three handred realdents
or port t ui n, turner county, umo. mm h
Weduesoay night to give enpress oL to their
feeimzsc nreruinz tne nnexrx-r-teii a.-uuiL
of Turn M 1 ..at. ttf the inuider or Myers
Beaolutlons were adopted dounclnic the
laww, Jawsji 31cKean and Mcoehai) s attor
ney. aod ai demauaiut; that MrGehan sba:
leave the country.
A moat horrible calamity Is reported from
Fl oils, in uavis county, lowa. a lew uatw
ago in a low, board shanty lived a man, his
nfe and !'ar children. In tn nmt.t :h- shan
took tire and burned u - tbe erouml The dci
roorn.ng the neighbors, noue of whom had
tteen aruused by the fire, gaihered around
i tbe onarreu rmauu o( me ei
i found in tue sane.
Letters received In New York to the 1st of
December, from Lai rn, rJgypt, mention thai a
reTJor: was carreni mere teat iir?amu(i Has
xid seven hundred of his men. who were e:
plorintj Central Africa and the headwaters of
the river Nile, died of starvation. One report
stales tuat iLr ruej; muMnieo ana not uaa
Another report states that only Baker and his
wire are lei; ci tne expeu:rion
A Jeddo (Japan letter to the New York
Herald gives an account of tbe auds-ice
Ado ra . i voters and other naval officers with
the lOkadO. They were finelv entertained
A Japanese mission oi five dignParies left for
tbe Vnitec! States on the Jd of Iecember, to
cenault our ifoverninent relative to the rev:
lest of tbe treaty. Min'ster Del any left
the same time on the same mis-ion.
Advices from Geneva. Switzerland, state
tha the police there recently cap tun
firm of Bertbey A .'.. which was run
ao-CKiled national bank, but which real
a eocnterfettlnK concern on a ta.ee
AjBotiK the property seized were two hundred
well-executed cvrTtflcates of Krte milwa
ahares. and one thousand shares ot tbe funded
debt or the city of Lyoajs, together with a large
DQintwr oi mnograpmc paie.
Brigham Young, trustee In trust of the
Ok&jreh of Jesus hrlst and Latter Day Saints,
oas tirought a case before the Cniud States
Lii.-L.- 'w.i '1. went jr.iinn hi::; there
on an lu-oount rendered acalnst the Deer ret
lrrisating company, judgment bdr g fcranane
thine over te.; ih"u-auu doliars. IlC mt was
asssl noon ih- a;.- atiou tha: 1 onaa consti
tuted the Deseret Irrigating company, and
that the debt of that concern was hia own.
The error claimed is tbat tbe court aa milled
tastirnonv of the company a tndeb edueas to
niainMrf. wlth .-ut flrt reoatrins: iuuicseon
kMriinn wltij ii to o- kUihcien Li' shown. The
cause has just been put upon the docket, and is
not .Ikeiy to oe reacneo. tor iwo or inree years.
The name of tbe plaintiff Is one WfiUain
London, Doeembsr 28 Tbe Raster
news agency pabliahew a contradiction of
I iM report that warrants had been sent to
B .giano for the arrest of John 0. Heonan,
pad make a suitable apology.
A balitlnfrom Sandringbam atatea that
Lie Prince had a good night, and that bis
etrertg'h i slowly returning. The Arch-
tlshrp of Canterbury has ordered the
discontinuance of sftseJal prayers tor the
recovery oi tne rnnee.
The Standard has a report that tbe
French fquadion will proceed immed
atly to Greece to support the claims of
the French citizens to the silver mines at
The Jkfot d'Ordre U aathorlty for the
report that (he Prtrce de Join villa ia
sb jut to resign hla as' in the assaniblv
rn atreogeben the position of the Dake
Thiers gives a stats dlnier on Saturday
Is honor of their ma 3stissT the emperor
us a. m prase oi ttraxn.
LITTLE ROCK ON FIRE.
Tka Matt Destructive Fire Ever Kmwi ia
Madrid. Drcjmber JH -Marhl Cc.Tich
is report d to nve Deen appotntad gene
Ramor ayn that (enor Roberta will be
replaced al Washington by Admiral Palo
de Barnabe, who waa recently in com
mand of tbe Mediterranean fleet.
Littl Rock, December 28. One of the
largfet Area tbat ever occurred In this clr.y
baa bean raadac etnee ten o'clcek. Tbe
whoie qnare of bnlldtnr., from Mc
Almont'a oornar to the Odd Fellow's
hoUding, were daatmyad, inelnding tba
jonrcai pnnttna oma1.
The following house a, aa far aa can be
ascertained at this time, burnt out: no
Almont'a drng-atore, McGann' i clothiug
honae,Hornibrook 3l Townaend.bar.room;
J. V. nnepberd. boots and afcoaa; a. l-.ind
berger. drygooda; A. Linaell, gnnauiith;
nnuttiern Ezi ress offlee; Baergerj aaloon;
Ileuyck'a liyery-atable; Jonrnal oflloe,
and one or two smaller offloea and shops.
The Odd Fellows' building la badly dam.
aged, though it la thought It can ue saved
Tbe Hi now, it 1:46, ia about under
Judge Wtlehlre and a man' named
gbseta were badly hurt by falling timbr.
Tbe buildings destroyed were all frame,
excel t MeAlmont'a drug store and .H ni
brook dt Towuaend's house.
A New Paper-
-Retlrea Old San firut
Komi, December 28. A royal decree
ia been Issued carrying into e ftxt the
immerc.a! treaty recently concluded kav
reen Italy ana tne u nitea states.
HeT6ra! Italian archbishops and bishops
waited on the King of Italy on Christ m a.
presented the congratulatlona of the
leo lire family
NEW YORK YESTERDAY.
A fire deatroyed piOperty to the amount
Mator Berry F Chamberlain died at
Newark, Tuesday evening.
Seventy-two caaea of emeU-pox were
reported in Brooklyn during the week.
General John Cochrane took tbe oath
batbtaj Judge Cardnz as a membar of the
newly cbizvn board ot aldermen.
Tbe board of appeala of the Katicna!
Trouinir oongreas oonaidered stvera
oaaea, incioding that of Colonel Moultoc,
of Mystic rark.
A resolution granting permission to
place tubes under tha streets for ear-ying
padsatr.ans and merchandize, was luxati
fa tbe board of assist ant alderman aud ra
terrtvl to lbe law department.
Judge Barnard issued a peremptory
order lor the discharge of Hevlett, one of
tba Ltudlow street j.i; prdoo-re, out
arrant d a .ay oi um days to permit the
abend to bring tueqaeation of juriajic
tiori onlore tbe geoara'. te.-ai. Thin ease
will be a te& t aa to others.
The New York fire and Ufe insurance
companies presented to-day a teetimonial
to the superintendent of insurance, Geo
W. Miller, signed by cne hundred and
awventy-ooe of the leading tire and life
taamrauet: offloera. Tba ttatiumatal in
dorses Miller fully aa to hie ability aid
the valae of bis public services, and bis
uprightness and integrity as an officer
A large assemblage of the newly elected
mam bars of the aenate and legislature
mat at tba Fifth Avenue Hotel tonight.
Tbe time waa chit fly apent in discussing
tbe events of the coming legislature. It
was stated that Governor Alvord would
oe elected speaker Of tbe house; also tbat
General Sicklee la going to Albany to take
preliminary steps to secure his nomina
tion for the L'uitad Bmtan aenate in place
THE INFAMY CULMINATED
Ku Kiux Trills
Oolcm nia.Deoember 28. In the United
States oourt this morning, John 8. Miller
waa found guilty. Judge Bond announced
tba decision of tbe oourt, ovsrru! u
Blanberry'tf motion for a new trial nd an
arrest of judgment.
All the Democrats so far convicted and
who have pleadbd guilty bave betn sen
tenced. The following are the sentence :
John W. Mitchell, Ave years imprison
ment and a fine of luoO.
Bnerard Cbtldera. William Montgomery,
Kvans Mnrpby, Uezekiah Porter, K. U.
Mitobeil, Hylvanua Huearer, Hugh Shoar
aw, Willi am H hearer and J as. B. Shearer,
each eighteen months imprisonment and
flue of 100.
Dr. Thomas B Whl'.oaiiut one year im
prisonment and a fine of 1100.
John 8. Mills, three months imprison
ment and a hue of (20.
CHICAGO'S LAST HORROR.
Develtpatat la the Anuria NoCay Aber
Cancaoo DCPnibsr 28 Tbe coroner's
tary hsa baen all C? ay engaged in bnveatl
gating tke Mrs Amadda McCoy abortion
IDS eviaeuo. .uu. ' t-"
ratty eonclnaively tbat ad abortion had
been praetlosd upon tba ladyj but it waa
niiu .uncluaivalv ahown that it
had been dona betore she reaohtd thia
oity. William Hbourb, tba baggage-oiaa
ter. and Mrs. Wihlliasajh, thai female pby
atcian at wboae bouse Mia. Mec'oy dod,
have bean diachiued, aa the evidence
felled to criminally connect then, wiib
tba cane. Mrs. Wahlbaacb ia aGarmau
aid wife of good repute, and took charge
of tbe caaa on appl citloo, tbe sauna as she
does any othr. Tnedetectlvea willbave
to go to Craatline and start the
Paris, Deoember 28 In the National
saetcblv to-day President Thiers in
sisted tbat the committee who have under
consideration tba proposed act allowing
an inc-eaae in tne cinru ation or tne llsnk
of France, submit iheir decision U. tba
anembly im - eciately tor action. He
ail tbe present circulation waa only
i-,uwi.ivj rrancs piow tne maximum
"Himia1 row a'lowed by law, and threat
ened tbe committee that they should
ber the responsibility of delay in afford
ing relief to the French people from the
scarcity of the circulating medium. The
cimniittee. spurred bv Thitrs' threat
llhslly, though unwillingly, promised to
submit meir propoaaia at to-morro
Paris papers assert tha'. Bismarck ia
wking a pretext for the reoccupation of
ne tv.cu4.ej rreucn provinoee.
CisciirsATi, Dsoamber 28. The proa-
pectus of the Evening News, a new two
cent dally, is out. The prospectus nrom-
laee tne paper in a raw nays.
Judge Bellamy storer, of the superior
court, recently resigned, retired from the
bench to-day after a long and faithful service
The condition of Jesaee R. Grant is
much improved, and he is now considered
out of danger.
A temporary reatram no- order waa is
sued to-day, forbidding Dr. Bramble and
others from Issuing, until further orders,
tha med.cal journal known as the Reper
A VtCTXH TO DIME HOVELS.
st of James W. Masoa
Ctsanty Cesar. Jadf.
We copy the following from the Washington
Chronicle of Monday. The gist of this com
munication from one who, we nndentand,
waa the leader In the barbarous murder of
three white men, of which he makes no men
tion, while lamenting the unfortunate mur
der of Wynn, lies in the suggestion that mar
tial law should be declared throughout the
Lakb Viivlaqs, Chicot County, Ark., J
The Police Gazct e Causes a Hotber-in Law
to bo Hashed up.
Hon. A. U. Riddle, waahingiou. U-L.:
Omar S;MJb behaif of myTei and family I
undertake a mournful duty. Oar bear is are
iowed wltb sorrow. Wemouru foroiirgallaut
and noble young friend, Walthall C. Wynn,
wno was, on Monday, the 11th Instant, most
foully and Infamously murdered at this place
by Su-kluz assassins for advocating the Re
public,!, party. Myself and a few friends,
while utterly unuBpicxua of foul lnient,
arrived last tn time to support the falling form
of oui friend and capture bis aataxdiy mur
derers. Monday last being coart day, quite a
numbsr of persons were In town. Mr. Wynn,
a few friends and myself hswi Just dined
together. After talking with the family a lit
i while, and playing with tbe children, poor
Wynn walked over u th courthouse which
ia only about two hundred yards from our
dwel Ing In company with Captain crute.
wanner i naa ur. Dreoeaeu tuem. rir
sum1 talking with myself and other friends
tor two or three minues, and then walked out
In about mm minutes thereafter, making In
ail, perhaps. Utile more than fifteen minutes
after leaving our dwelling, the blood of our
ma-tyr menu was pouring upon tne ground
from a wound inflicted by a ku-kluz by the
nsiue ot John t. oaundera. who was aided
and assisu-d by two other desperadoes and ku-
kiux, named resjpectlveiy Curtis uarrett and
jasper uuKrtn. we were lortunaie enouatu to
prevent the escape of either of the murderers.
loucanaeuuxtf all mends that no man ever
die-1 mors sincerely mourned than Is Mr.
Wynn by the Republicans of Chicot county.
He was an ornament to our bar, and one of the
brightest ornaments of our state. Butaias ! he
has fallen, another victim of the kuklux vto
len e and of hatred to Republican principles,
simply because he dared uphold the right, and
to speak la behalf of tbe weak and needy.
My heart la too full to write. The aplrlt of
rebellion and hatred to the national govern
ment is more bitter now than ever. As you,
perhaps, are aware. I am a native of this coun
ty. My long aoq ualn Lance with the rebel
jtopulalion afiows me to judge with some ac
curacy, I spesk knowingly. Martial law
ouhtht to be declared thiouahout the entire
asSHOaSatlfc. I am. verv truly, yours.
Mr. Wynn was a graduate of the law depart-
menr or Howard rniversiiy, mucu sasssasMS
Mr. Mason is a dtate senator of Arkansas
and was a gradual of obertln college, Ohio,
prices advanced, 113 dOraia W. Lard in fair de
mand, with buyers and sellers apart, Ofc
Hams, sugar rured Arm, Mrtjlte. Gre-n meata
ateadyand Arm; bams, efjiic; shouldsm, W
(4c; roiiBh sides, s V: short rib, 3-i3Hc; hort
clear, "j"-.-a3"Bc. Bulk meats tn fair demand
and Arm; shouldera, flfe sides. Sc. Beef
nams MMf, VZo. Tallow quiet and ;1rm.
noK lemanu a.uve and price ativarceu;
uuuer a good demand from packers and shlp
pera, all on tbe market were sold, at $4 n.vM 20
ior common to fair M aBsM for gooi to
choice; extra. $H 7l the market tor dressed
nogs closing firm. Whlky opened firm and
CrNCixifATT. December 28. Flour dull and
prices drooping; family, 06 76. Wlieat
uuu, out uncnanged, 91 401 41 Corn In nood
lemacd, 47c. Rye scarce and firm. MMte
Oats steady and in mr derate demand; Ni. 2.
j38c. Farley staeady, 75s7c. Coffee In ood
demand at full prices. Sugar In fair demand
and firm. Otlr unchanged. Eggs tn fair de-m-nd,
CW1V. Butter quiet and unchanfied.
Cheese quiet and unchanged Pork an ad
vance asked, hut none established . salet. at
ILi 5: now auk 1 nu SL1 rutiz I j rrl in fat -
demand ana prices advansed; sales of sttam
at &Ac; now asking W4c Bacon in light de
mand, but holders firm; sbouide , tic; clear
rib and clear sides, 7S1- Hogs In active de
mand, at H 404 70. Whisky In good demand,
LorTSVTXLB. December fJaW Tobacco sides
very Ilgh', ami prices unchanged. Bagging
dull, iU!-,i;ic. Flour active and firm; extra fam
ily, i hi. i : (train qntet and firm at yester
day's quotations. Hogs the packers have ail
ceased operations. Provisions firm and tend
ing upward; mess pork quiet, IU1 30 for round
lots: bar'on in fair demand: shouldtars. TV"
clear rib, 7)te clear sldea,7c: binu, sugar
cured,; plal :, lOe. packed; bulk meats In
rair uemaud; snouiders, ajc: clear rib, H-c
hiin-fl, aaaaj paraea; sbbbi sieauy, aaaasjfs
vv uia 'uici uuu urui, vie
Nashvii.ls, December 28. Flour In gcod
demand at full puces; super, 15 75ffl; family,
ftf 50. Wheat scares and firm, SI t.
Corn In f ; r demand and firm, 03c. Rye steady
and In moderate demand, SI. Oats In fair de
mand, txc. dariey .n fair demand, a7ac.
Cornmeal, VtaM-. Bulk meata are aut-
ive; rmouiders, aeic, clear rib, as: ct
sides, 7c. Mess pork, S14 50. Rump pork. H
so. Hams, sugar-cured, 141-jC. Lard, prlzas
smtuui, tn;, n-enie-rein'reu, iya. nogs. 9, $
A. Seessel & Son Holiday Presents
REMNANTS Dress 6oods!
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.
OFFICE IN THE COMPANY'S BUILDING, 41 MADISON ST.
Lisbon, December 24. Tbe German
squadron, boud for Rio Janeiro to settle
ina a.fflaalty between Brazil and Uerma-
ny, it bonny expected to appear oil tbe
moum or tne ragna.
LocrsviLLB, December 2. An leanest
on tbe body of Mrs Klanner, who waa
Killed witb a fcatcuet ay ber dauebter-in
law, Mrs. Welsert, last Saturday, rereaied
the prcbabiiity tbat the mnr'lereas wan
deraneed on the subject of crime, caused
oy readinjr cheap novels and tUihv lr.era-
tnre of tbe day A number of such booxs
and papers ware found in her room, and
ii waa proved that she had been in the
nsoit or poring ever them lnceaaantly.
In lbe city court to day, her examination
was continued to Saturday, and proper
meaicai treatment ordered.
Vienna, Dwember 28 In the Rsichs
rath din I i-dav. Kiuneror Kraacis Joaenh
delivered a speech Irom tbe throne witb
wnim the seaaion usually opened. After
Mse caste ii. ary formal oouKratalations, h'
majaaty nroceeds to deal with home uues
tlona. H's rea-iiseaa to grant extreme
conceetiona be is ready to say has bronght
"jn. ."-i;-.y ui tne stale aa deeired
by the crown, while It contemplates an
ax -'..n- aa a separate kingdom, with
cona.ltu:ional sataXac'.ioo, and claims
that lis acts are In the interests of the
wh-le emp-re aa well aa ot individual
Sirs' - -.
Ureal s-rw is laid on tbe enforment
of and obedience to tha laws. The gov
ernment will accede to the wishes of Gala-
in so far as they are coinpaubie wiih
tbe mte rests of the empire. Measures are
promised which will render tite Rsiehs
ratu a completely representative body.
Sills to reform the elec ion abases, to de
velop tbe lsndwebr system, and to im
prove tho pecuniary condition of thP
government cmciala and tbe poor
er clergy will be submitted. The
prcmpt settlement of tbe eJnca-
icnal queationa ia recommended. Regret
ia expressed at the fact that a portion of
tre empire remains unrepresented in the
rtricn-ratn. wnere alone tbe attainment of
aa uadets-ending is possible. Thadepu
tiec are ?ih :ru to supply tbe apirituai
ii'. mutfrial vjo bT tinooun'ry.
The Emperor c'oae- by declaring that
Aua'.rta s aeary of internal conflicts, and
dfcalna p-ce and order; tbat tbe times
were nevr more prosperous, and the
aspect of Hurope and tbe foreign relations
of tbe sop.ro are favorable for tbe main
tenance ot peace and tbe unification of
The lower house o' the Richsra'h to
day elected Herr Hopfen prefident, and
Hrren Vidullch nd tin.! vice nresi-
H 6. AD THE PREIOENQY,
Leter from ttt Radical Tribaae ta tha
St. Lons December 26 Tbe iatest is
sue of tbe Caucasia-?, published at Lexing
ton, Missouri, contains the following
letter, addressed to us editor:
New YflBk- ik-thpr. IA. 11CI
P. Uonan, Esq :
My Dear o"ir.- I have yours of the 14 h
lnst. i nave no dcutt tlifct fhe poiiey you
auggest ia that which your party ought
to ao rt. ltey siiouid Lave tun salmon
P. Chaae ill Tlbu. as the result of
that contest, a return of genuine neaoi-
aed inriit would nave t-etn prcmoieil
That policy gave roc more iaxt ver la
auaaouri man cou a nvu 5c aecared
through a party triumph. I am not tbe
man you need. lour party ia mostly
tree trade, and i am a iirocious protection
1st. I bave no doubt that I might he
nominated and sieeitd by vour help, bu'
it would place ua all in laise positions. If
I, who am adversely interested, can see
this, I am sure your good sense will on
reflection realize tha: yon must take
acme man like Oratz Brown, orTr'irn-
oun, ot uenerai xx, iat secretary of the
interior, and thus help pacify and re
unite our country in-tw Your.,
11 .'ItAl.;. liKi-ELti. i
and Flfarc froai
ef the Law aat
Nrw Yoke, December 28. Tweed's
vLereabouta are still unknown to the
offi'iala. wno are on the lcikout for him-
ti:- r- tends say that be will turn npat the
prcpei time it is asserted mat nis privl-
eg as a senator will exmnt him from
arreat, bnt it appears tbat 'he law doea
not cover a case like Tweed's, inasmuch
aa it specifies tbat the privilege of free
dom txiin arreat doea net expend to any
peracn againat whom a suit haa bean
brought tor violation of any of hia trusts
The Tribune asaer's that it is neverthe-
iu Tweed's dialgn to remain concealed
uotu be .an lake hla seat in the senate.
but that lb; step cannot save him from
rrest, aud that it is known tbat stepa
have been taken lo rear real bim on a
jbarne graver .ban any heretofore made.
I tie lime says t nariee u uonor is op-
:aing isupe'tntendingf I the framing of
an inci'-.rtitjut against Mayor am by tbe
It is sail tbat 1 weed's res!. nation as
Tammany grand eacbetn is already in tbe
hsniie of the proper omoer of that iustlta-
tioc. Isaac Bell, a prominent sacbm,
lys there is no necessity of deponing
weed, aa Tammany ia no longer what it
as, arid hia resignation d es ss little g xd
aa bi- retention doea harm.
The order denying tbe reduction of bail
n the civil aui. againat Tweed ia to be ap
pes ltd from on lueaday ntxt.
Mayor nan ia aaid to nave resigned
from tbe Union club to escape the action
f iha.i b:dy wbicn was to bave been held
to "oosider ;he juestlon of bis expulsion.
Tbe Tribune says that aa a precaution
ary meeoura in tne matter ot lbs investi
gation of tba customhouse by tbe con
gressional retrenchment committee, fonr
nsaeciors and one ciera, m were wit
nesses, will be dismissed Also, that tbe
uipreaaion is sought to b? eonveved by
the custom house rflicsrs that the investi
gation is to be a white-washing aflair.
aaxaag Cornelius i arson nor v paries
Wilbur, of lbe New York Priming
company, are to ba found in tbe oity.
Abundant evioence oi iranj in tneir ac
oounta with tbe city, tbe Tunes aaye, has
Tba Wor d editorially says that it ia
DrobaKe tbat Tweed baa d-d, and
thus escaped being lodged in the Ludlow
street jail; that bis expulsion is certain
If he tsaes nis seat in tne senate ; mat
hia fall ia perhaps the most sudden and
impressive Si any that haa happened in
iwir tin:, except lxii'1" fapoieou.
Tha grand Jury to-day esr? ror runner
extension cl time to examine the naa;
frauds, ad Judge Bediotd granted until
the 27th of January. The grand jury also
ed an oner that tbey should not paaa
pen any luOiciment lor municipal
frauds ourisg tha sitting of the other
rand jury lor tte oyer and isrniinsr
A considerable crowd assembled in
court to-day, where Tweed 'a sureties wsre
being examined, expecting iweeale be
here, ne oian t ocms.
The whereabouts of Tweed aie said :o
have been constantly known to the
sheriff. He never lift tha oity and bad no
such intention, and haa been at the ofaos
of Public Works this morning, where be
bad an interview with several friends.
Justice Scott says be saw bim this
morning in a oomiortaDie place in tne
The iustlncsaion of bondsmen continued
to-day, and Messrs. B. P. Falrcnild and C
. tiornell wsre accepted.
Tne acariff a altaohoa x pi-ess tba belief
that tbe sureties will be entirely settled
to-morrow. It la staled that each signer
ot tba bail bond la responsible for the
hole amount, which doubtless caused
ths withdrawal of Terrenes arley and
Tbe new nostmaater-general of Great
Brllair baa :ta tut sometime Irving the
...(ni nt SBSAj irtff ..t'.r-n.rTlr c1 imlil
It boys, who can be employed for about two
dollars and a half per week, while lbs
department had been psying tbe men
three dollars per week. The consequence
san wall be Imagined. It is no nr com
mon thing u and i bene youthful cfflciala
plat ing marsies on ths sidewalk, or rid
ing sarrwp'itioqaly on tba oacs sprlr ga ot
saos and carriages, while the public are
waning for thalr lasts s st noma. Cer
talnly at mors atupid dsv.oe was tsvsr
The following argument lor immigra
tion, from tbe columns of the Naebviiie
Enterpriae will be read with interest by
ail wno wouiii see our jt,lu ::on in-
creased by white laboring moil and
women fr-'.n abroad i
" Tennessee haa a territory of 2fi dOO.Otu
acres, aod larger tnan eituer reunsjlva
nia, Oh'o or Massachusetts: a population
of 1,000 000: or one to every twenty eight
seres; 125.WXJ farmars and farm laborers;
2000 mechanical anl manufacturing es
tablishments, employing 13,000 opera-.ivas,
a capital of 115,000 000, and retiming an
nual producia of Ei:t.-o,otO; only 8,0o0,CM
of acres snd those most miserably culti
vated. No wonder the cry of poverty,
snd that every man trembles atsigbtof the
tax gatherer and groana at hia inexorable
demands. Think of 126.000 farmers "cul
tivating an average of sixtty-five acres to
the band, and paying taxes on two hav
dred and twanly-lour acres to tbs hanori
without improved implements; without
Improved metho's; with oat intelligent
and productive labor, snd therefore with
out capital and without income to meat
"Suppose that even tbe present open
land was by tbs influences of intelligent,
progressive and productive labor, aimply
doubled in results, would there not be an
esse in the monetary and taxation
Interests all over tbe MhteT And this is
no cuts id expects. . n, ii these wer-
cuitivated as done in Pennsylvania, OhioS
ii'inois ana otner nortnern states, sup
pose the area of cultivation be increase i
to 14 000,000, or one fcaifour territory, and
ihia at er tbe most scientific manner, in
implements, teama, labor, seed, subaoii
lng, drainage and fertilizing, who cannot
conceive the prosperity which wood
reign throughout our State, and would
not this extended area oi occupancy and
its development lend a substantial and
wholesome value to these immediately
and reflectively to all, tbe lands of tbe
slate, and thsrelore increase of taxable
wealth, as well as supply ''rem their over
productions, that abundant and ready
income with whioh to liquidate taxes T
" Suppose, too, our mining and manu
facturing interests were developed in like
manner and extent, and a still lurther in
crease would be imparted to the value oi
lands, and not only would our Slate aoon
be able to blot out lbe last dollar of de bt,
but would bave an abundance of money,
or par credit, for the erection and suste
nance of high-schools all over tbe borders,
and to introduce and perfect a syst.-m of
internal improvemenla, such as to further
enhance our lands, mines, timber privi
leges, quarriea, etc., and soon would she
become what bar natural reaourcea and
advantages so highly and justly entitle
her to - both the Ohio, Pennsylvania and
Massachusetts to tbe southern Stales.
A very interesting discovery has just
been msde st All Souls' college, Oxford,
England. It waa undergoing renovation,
and a few days ago, while the working
men were removing lbs beautifully
painted canvass from tbe roof of ths
chapel, no less than fifteen paintings were
discovered attached to the rafters. Each
painting ia on wood, about three quarters
of an inch in thickness, about nine feet in
length, and varying in width lrom five
feet upward. What some of them are in
tended to represent it is difficult to de
oide, snd bow long tbey hsve been in the
root is unknown. Two or three of the
naintinga evidently represent angels
Bounding trumpets, while tbe others are
figures or men sua women oi very large
s.zi and In remarkable postures; some of
tbe former are represented as bent up in
a most unnatural manner.'
THE IRISH LITERARY ASSOCIATION.
Tbesnnasl reunion of the members of the
I -i-i. Lltersxy sssfxlation took place in their
nan on tropiAT street last nignt. a Dour sixty
gentlemen were present to snjoy the festivities
ot tue evening, which consisted chlehy or
wine, conieciiuuern-s, music, songs and 4-
quence. Mr. Flsherty was made president of
I3e evening, ine music anu eloquence were
oi tne cnoicesi description, rresiaent Lilly
made a sweet and modest little suetfch in i:-
knowledgmeut of the tosast- "The Irish Liter
ary Association,'' In whirr he said that the
society had been started three or to ur years
aSgi ejirursL auiu euei-geui' inea, wno nad
remained faithful to It since, snd had built it
up until it stood confessed a solid and success
Mr. Hauson eloquently replied to "The bar
of Memphis." "Tue Press" was responded u
by Mr. Mulroy, of the appul, who is one of
the live members of the society. Hpescbes
were also made by Mr. Gavin, to the toast
"The Mercliant-s of Memphis;" by Mr. Hoi
brook, In reply to "Our Schools; by Colom
Magevney, in reply to the "Army and Navy,"
and by several outer gentlemen The gatber
;ng dispelled about 3 o'clock this morning,
having enjoyed a flow ntf sons and soul the
equal of which does not often occur in this
ST. BR D SET S CHURCH FAIR.
The excitement at the Hoaco hall tsahnnt
the punch -bowl which -roes to the saloon
keeper who gets the most votes. There are
three in the Held Jim Cannon, Charles Mee
Iutri aud s .'Hither iren! leman whom name hs
lipped the memory of our reporter. The
splendid gold watch, worth three hundred
lullaiN, wtoieft ia to go to the most DODUlar
Hiiperinteiideut at the railroad shoos Is earn
estly contended for by Messrs. Young, Hyan
and a third party, who is ahead of botli. Last
night a great crowd visited the hall, aud the
scene was lively.
THE COTTON MARKETS OF THE WORLD.
LATEST REPORT BY TELEGRAPH.,
New York. December IB. Cotton market
Mat and prices declined: ailddiinit uplands.
Liverpool. December 2-i. Cotton market
ojuiaYt; middling uplands, yjB10d; middling
yj- i tmiin, .'',,. Meucn, iu,uuv Us.ie, uj wuicn jjuu
bales were for export and speculation.
Ntw Orlkaivb, December 28. Cotton mar
Btuuiet: good oruinarv. lbc:low tniddMuiT.
l--4c: middling, ulc. Sales, tSsJO bales; re
ceipts, lu,tt& bales; exports to Liverpool, 52
bales: to New York, UH1 bales; stock, . : "W-bales.
IsMBeMaK December 2H. Cotton market
quiet and weak; middling uplands, : .
St. Lons. December 28. Cotton market
quiet; middling, 1&&18c.
LorisriLLK, December 28. Cotton market
dull; middling held st iV-
Nashvills. December 28. Cotton market
dull and noailnal; lo middllns;, lc.
Mobile. lVcember 2S The cotton market
is quiet and Arm; middling, irj5i(l?c; net re
ceipts, m0 bales; sales, loUO bales; mock, Vmt
The taroue Hibernia. picked ud derllict. has
oeea ujweu into fimuco, -ova aooua. No
uuingsol ti;e crew.
The mail MMMaUa Cuba, reported venter u.v
as be ng aground in New York hurt, or haai a,tt
ott and cleared for Liverpool.
The Cnued States masts ;hattano.aa. Ivirg
ni auicuui .ii uue : 11111 uei uu ieague isian I.
Philadelphia, sprung a leak day betore yester
day and sunk. It is supposed shs was cut
down by the ice.
KJSN SON ROACH On ths Mth instant, at
ths rsaldencs of E Boa-h. Kcq , by Hav. Dr.
Baiaman, Mr. Flijah KErvu and Miss
Auoi Boioa, all of Payetts cuonty.
OUKHVILUr-On the 27th instant, at his
re-ideace In Tipton oonnty, Ihokas T bom
His Innersl will take place at his residsncs
th s (FBI DAY) morning, at 11 o'clock.
Marked down from ,NSURE amo THEIR contents.
25 to 33 1-3 per
1. G. LONSDALE, PrttJda-t D. H. TOVKSEJID, Viss-PrssirJent
W. A. 600BMAN, SeSTttary. J. S. LONSDALE. Jr., Aat't Sx'y.
THIS WEEK! IRISH SILK POPLINS
At 713 OOXXtaS.
1-AJ- PnaM.ai Fl-aslasw Isnrssea - j
n. a. iswussD c. ..Him, mw-s
WWaW r. -Hu.i ih.ii ii I caaurlaaa sTslli m
a, v- aaaaim
. F. BaeBCTT
D.C. &H.M. Loewenstin
3 3 2 Main; Si
aal E. W Aassr.a
.1 Fsrsl. Fwrtsr at Oat
Tawtt. rhllMp. os
( aaajsns, xteSmi Cm
J. C. 9MXU.T
J. J. BC1BT
. M. JTTJBAH
r A. 1. White Oe
aa aarwwka, ssi at Oat
t Bw.br , Mans
....aaf Tal.r at aaUaassl
ot Vslker Bim. Cat
-ar Taylor, ftesUorsl Cat
ALL KINDS OF 6000S
IMMENSE SACRIFICE office, No. 7 madison street.
J. WHITE db OO.
Tuesday, Dec. 26th !
MISSOilRI STATE LOTTERY.
MOaNLSd CTLABS SO.S16.
46, 71, 3, 42, S, 38, 62, 28, 43, 66, 73, 40, 58.
BVXrnifS CLASS-So. 61(1
74, 49, 6, 78, 63, 2G, 33, 19, 9, 23, 69, 53.
Lotteries drawn twice daily. Prises from
Um to sicjfU, paid In money by J. .
FAauji., at, SBS north Court st. Bi
Memphis. Tenn.. f . O. MCSEiY
m CO., Manasera. 8t. Lome. alo.
MANUFACTURING AID SOCIETY,
Authorised by the Legislatara of ths State
THCUfDiY H0KKI9O, CUSS 'J. DBG. 38, Mm
1JS45078 I 1U 11 12 It 14
., . ji, ta, l, ui, a, 74, ti7, 3, 7a, 4a, st, 7L,
THTJBSDAT IVBMI.-O, 0L4SS 280. DSC. S8, U7L
i i i s i i i t ii ii g u u
90, ii, tO, 04, tO, 77, SV. , l3, ss, 7.
S.7 SaXJUJKX) UTKKlCT.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
OFFIC MEMPHIS A LITTLE BOOK w. K.,
December a, 17L
Ho freight will be received for this Una
THE subscribers to tbe capital stock: of tba
Washington rlre Insurance Company
are bertoy norifled to meet at the Hall of tba
( bambt-r or v.oruraerce, u .ect a illreauiry
for the ensuing year, and organiatt'en, on
-lATTJsUtA Y, v n m.t , betweon tbe hour, of
10 Am. and 4 p.m. W. L. CRUlK.
Savanwah, December The c-ttton mar
ket la lrr.gular; middling, lKc offered, Hffct
fjc auieu; mere were some aaies at iv.-.
net rec-iptN, 3t73 bales: sitlei. 1S00 balea: stock.
CUAUXK-tfTOi-t. Ie.;uiber cotton market
dull tud nominal; middling, Iw; nt re-.-e.pla.
.-- eaawa, BBBBB Bwsi Bsasst
(iAt,v-ss-ro--i. December 28. Cotton market
teauv: K"--oi oralnary. 4M i rr net rvcel
IBnl bales; export, (-oaaiwlae, S27 b...-
1UU0 bales; a-ock, 44,778 bales.
.it : .
The philosophy ot book-loving is well
illustrated by tne foKowins: good story :
"Tbe Chicago fire revealed the stuoble as
wall ss the gold of character, and an in
stanos in illustration is given where a
gentleman, stand in ft ontaide cf his house
in custody of some brocsee and a valuable
aet of Shakespeare, whioh he waa vainly
endeavoring to move to a place of safety,
eagerly aooosled a man with a lightly
loaded wagon, and begged him to take hia
precious books for him. Tha wagoner
refuaed. 'Bnt,' persisted the gentleman,
'I would rather give them to you than
have them destroyed here, as they would
be.' Under this aersuaaive argument the
man did take thews, and tbey are on hia
shelf to this day, saya the chronicler.
Bayard Taylor, in aa extended review
of Mr. Longfellow's new poem, ' Chris
tse," aays that the poet, in hia inul
of tbe theme, has manifested a bi-tber art
and achieved a higher success in forbear
ing than any ot his predecessors hsve
does in daring. Tha ear.ler form of the
poet's faculty, whioh delighted in the
adornments of fancy, or the gayer hues of
the imagination, Is here replaced by that
hlgbutr aenee ot art which is satisfied with
the severest simplicity and symmetry of
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL BATTERS.
LATEST KXPOST BT TXXSXiSiAPH.J
Siw Yokk, December 28.
ijold-The market la arm at lo-jIl..
Loans were from S-SJ-al-lH per cent for carry
ing. Clearing-, saauutvuu The bids at the aab
treasury were fur $3,725,000, from 1118.15 to 108 iu,
and the sales, 41,000,000, from 108.53 down to
108.42. The sale not being balanced by a pre
vious purchase of bonds, will make another
contr bution to the distress causeu by the
scarcity of legal tendsra.
sterling Exchange Bankers' bills, lui)' ;
Money Was tight daring the forenoon, at
1-1&3S per day. but late la the day loaned at 7
per cent. The tre-aury paid ll.ooomo in gold
on account of the January interest; also, 9375,
000 currency Interest. The Daymen's in re
demption oi live-twenty bonds were t40,UO0.
Southern State Securities The market waa
arm. The closing quotations were:
Tennessees, old... 64 1 Monourla. 87
Teuneaseer. new.. I4 N. Carolinaa, old.. 31
Virginias, old 50 N. Carolinaa, new 12
Virginias, new 56 Gold .. loat.
It is reported that Alabama and Louisiana
?rovlde fund. Ut pay the January interest,
be comptroller of the Slate of Tenneaaee haa
nailed upon all tha solvent railroads of the
btats to pay lour per cent. Into the ainking
fund, which Us. been suapended since tbe re
bellion. Tula will retire faou.uou in Tennessee
United State. SecurlUea Government bunds
were airong mid higher, with a good Invest
ment demand. The closing prices were :
5-20a of 1802 JUJ!
5-20Bof 1S4 u,
5-20a of we uiv j
-Jib of 18S5, QSW-.U4W
5-208 of 188....
5-JOa of 181.
stocks The market waa tirm at tbe higheet
prices of the day. Dnrlng the evening the
utaiket was uuiet. The greatest Improve
ment waa in Wsbash and Western Colon.
Tbeie were rumors cf further large aalea of
Wabaah. it la denied thttl a prcmlzient oper
ator sold "A" on 1. JM) aharea of Erie at 41. for
30 dt.ys, ror 1 per cent.
Tbe Central savings bank, SLj.Lh avenue and
Forty-secood atreet, suspended its attain, they
say lor a few days only. The bank ha been
organized only tour months, snd had a 12,000
Maw Oxlcaxs, December 2 Gold, 10fc'-v
Sterling exchange, 117; sight, diaooanl.
LosDOB, Deoember 37. The money market
at the close wan a. followa .
Consols, money a' , U. 8. MS .. 84
Consols account....2S U. 8. 5-208 18H7 4V
U.S.O-20S una x u.8. m-tos. i)J
American aecurities were flrmer. The bul
lion la the Rank of England has decreased
Pajus, December 2a.-Rentea, 561 47c,
r'SASKroRT, Deoember 28. United States
securlus. ave-twenuea ot UM2, at)1-.
PETIIIGN TO AMEND CHARTER.
So. 4'G, R D.-Fnrt Chvnoery Coart of 8hlby
UDjsKlTAS, "The UeaaQhia Fire and Ke
llei ASMClaiiuii'' Hatu a od ptiUon
ia ud Co a i orHytatr, an ameDdmeijt ta tne
charter gr in Lea U riv tQe TfDUsse LdglaJs
tnrt, L c-.-iiiotr 18, 189, In tnia that tne rol-
lowlng oe added lo tne act al original Incor
poration, v z:
"Oection 1. Tbe members or said Aocia
Uon Uaii ce exempt from serving aa jurors
in -ny ar toe . oarta of tnis Mtate;'7
It la therefore oraared. That all parties de
siring each do make their appearance herein
st uie LOQrt-h'joee or said county, in thedty
:f Memphis. TjuntttesvoG or bifoie the first
Monday in February, i2, and show oaose, If
any tliey have, why said au.en;lmeut s-ioaid
not be tr-ned ss prayed tor. and f bat a copy
of this order be paoilsned lor thirty 4s y a In
Vhe Mem puis ppassU.
EOMTJNr 4.. COLS. Clerk and Master.
By k. I Place, U.c and M.
H. a Lee 4 O. f Foute, Att'ya. &J-t
IN WANT OF
jl.j . m ssj . . . i ine cotton seed c
OllUUia BUI fail I0 BfflOraoa ine great "n as part payment, we will gin and bale
opportunity ta b effared
. H. DFISCOMB, i
W. B. utl.aamTM TS
f. mu nuai, i
S. H. DliXSOOMB, w. a. ut r.minni
v. a, lowiiaanu. nuuia stst u
Jva Dau'.a, J. I, HL81JX,
sva. WHJSs. a. F. RICK,
JOHJf U. FIZtSR, A. VAOCAlW
wsias at. FOWTAntaV
COTTON SIN gnd PICKERY,
est, 138 i
TBS public are Hereby informed that on
and after th'a date we will lain and Bale
all Cotton brought or aent to ua lor Seven
Dollars per dale, we rarnisblnir tn. baurtnir
and ties, and covering tne bale all over, and
ne owner taae tne ootton seed bslnn.in. tn
tbe bale. Or if the owner desires as to keen
tbe cotton seed ne c-nging to the bale of out
farnlBOlna baaains an 1 ties, and never th.
bale ail over) fur two Dollars ser bale, and
tne cotton seed belonging to tils bale of oot
ton. w oou i Tuning ana scroll sawing bv
1. HARRY TAFT.
dS GEO. W. PAINE A CO.
MINCE-PIES ! TOYS!
CANDIES, CAKES, Eta,
Machinery and Implements.
American Nestle Cettsn Sin, aad Ames' Pertabis Enainss.
Spsoxal lndnoaments offered in sunt aSBSSSS
HXTo- 234 JLrorLt Street
Warehoose, 229 Second Street. ocl5
RETAIL DEPARTMENT ! . m:
A. SEESSEL & SON toyi, toys, toys i
259 Main Street,
OPPOSITE COURT SQUARE.
f4 OUI) AT PREHNT tor YOUWQ AMKR-
ax tea. xns onrjuc will nne hers at all
times tne nnast and choicest
sii-r. eta. Orders for Weddin.a.
cii rvuw, oia, tra aaoa a specialty.
mSrSiS'S&mmmWmWWmWM SBw BsSrSaaC
a T PKSSOOTT
j. t. rsxscrm.
y? 7 si
esr We are sow na.a.f.etw-ttir
No. aat, R In tnn First Chancery ronrt of
oneioy county, i.ecnmee. j . n. .uuinj(
ton, admlnlatratiir.etc , "f James B.girs. de
ceased, at al. vs . . B. A 1 gton, B. .'.Biggs
( T appearing from affidavit in this cause
1 tbat toe de ecdt ut, lisvla r Biggs, cltlaen
of Jerfezaon, Texan, Arenla L Atainson and
ber hasband R. A. Atkinson, Lscy B. At kin
son. Wtr.il. Atkinson and Rooeit A. Atkiu-
son. oi fj.inds county . MlMisnippi, araa K,
Myers iiuimerly Atkiuon).ad ber banbsud,
Jacob a. Myers, ol Madlsun county, Miails
siDDi. ate all non-ieeldenis of the Btati. of
It la merelore oraereu, inat mey mu?
their artnearance herein, at the Court-house
in mt ulTy oi daetnpnis, ivuu.. ju ur oe: - re
tha P.rst Monday in February, 1S71, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant's bill, or the
ikui will be taken lor confessed as to them
aud aet for hearing ex parte; and that a copy of
thia order be pooilsneu once a wee, tor iour
aucoeaaive weeks, lu tne jaeinpuia Appeal,
A cop v attest:
Kbkc.NI) A. CUL Clerk and Master.
By R. J. Bit ck, D. 0. and M.
I B. Mloou a c W. Fraaer, Bola. for cum-
0. F. PBESCOTT k CO
ORANGES! ORAiOESI ORANGES 1
4 nrt BARBKL8VE IT CHOICB, JCSTRT
1 JJ ceived by reti, f -r tale in lots to suit
at BB0 and 3 - re ix aiaar.i ,
da7 Between unton ana waruw.
LEMON'S PATENT GRATE.
THE undersigned, after an expf rlence ex
tending ver several weeks, take plea
sure in recommending
ASS fLKMOJPS PATIMT PkB
lll F BJETTUI) URATES,
Which, it is not too much to say,
all tne xeel'case'ss at the
Best rates asHt Parlor Steves.
recommend Mr. Le
na people. Ones tested, it
men's Patent to tne
t ever fails to give
J. M. Kaatlng, Appeal office.
E. H. Leldy, t:. w. Aeeinorer,
W. D. Heard. Jno. w walker.
K. J. Morgan, A. J. Wheeler,
a A. Morton. Benjamin Baoo,
Geo. Mellt rah, H. It, Duval,
c a. charcn.
THE NEW YORK DRY 6000S MARKET.
latxst bapoit bt tklsobaph.
Nkw York. Deoember 7H.
Tbe dry goods market continues languid,
but prices are generally well maintained.
The only changes to-day are an advance of c
per yard In the price of Chapman X bleached
muslins, which now sell at 13c, and Baliou
do, irom 11 Sc to 12c.
THE D0SESTIC P0CUCE SARKET3.
.LATEST BJBPOKT BT TBXXOBAPH.J
CH1CAQO, December 28. Hour dull, but un
changed. Buckwheat hour, 7 a()t 2t. Wheat
opened firm but closed dull at a &.igbt advance;
aprlng No. 1, II 47; No. 2, II Wfi. Corn opened
firm, DutcJoeed dull; No, 2 mixed, Mje, oats
dull and prlcea a ahaide lower; No. X, Sft. Rye
dull, but unchanged; No. 2. alio. Bariey 6ssL
but onstuuiged, Jork la fair dtunuaU and.
JOINTLESS, ELASTIC SKIRTS,
TRAIL SKIRTS AND WALKING SKIRTS
OF toe latest styles, anjoata
hia Knatlca and skirts
with sttached Bristles. The
attention of ladles and mer
chants is cal ed to the l run en
u oca of real French. Uer
man and sngusn corsets,
o in prising nne embroid
ered, hand-made, scarlet
Cloth and Iblbet, and plain
Corsets for tne country
trade. -Nursing, roy and
Werly Oorsets a specialty.
Remember tiiese Corsets are
tne bast, and can be bought only at the South
ern Ho-p-aairt Manufactory. Issk aaln at.
dS LODIS LANilK.
AS ws snail withdraw oar office from Mem
phis to Bt Louis by tbe Jotu January,
1871, we would respeHrally ask 'hose in
debted to us to call at 324 Main street and
settle before that oste.
dl MoCOMBFt. KKI,fjKK A BYRNES.
OFFICJS AND 8LIXP1NGI APARTMENTS
No. 233 SECOND ST8EET,
Over Lann'a Was Fitting Kstablisbment.
10,000 Tea. Canisters Given Away.
rROM this date, an til after the Holidays,
we will present to each purchaser of one
pound or more of lea, one oi our leautlful
Bronsed Tea canisters
WM. DEAN A CO ,
dll 183 and IMS Poplar street.
Coaf Oil, Lard Oil, Lamps
LAMP FIXTURES 4 TINWARE,
Panola, Palm and Rosin Soaps,
at. ass MAlJf srrjEKarT.
pp oslts Woraham House,
SBf-rjasb paid for grease snd tallow. loci I
-B0o. 834 xwSslX3. flit.
Now Arrivals from fc'ew York
Very Ckalsw tissnea Barter;
Mb Apple astsl M. T, Facte ry Crteaae;
Also a large let ( sew crep Flsjs, al
slsas, fsmau, altrssa, Pnuaes susal I
(sal ail a lad a.
SUsme Meat a iresa 1st divert front tne
saasaracSarere la rstuaaelpaila.
Itttltaa mm Swls.
( JA HEa I'BA WniKD !
238 MAIN ST., MEMPHIS, TENN. s
Incorporated b the Legislators of Tsanss-
see, stsren , 15-y.
PEW BAT ABB BaSHtT.
ear The course of study Is extended, thor
ough and practical ; affording superior facil
ities for obtaining a ound business educa
ear For Catalogue c II at tbe office, or saV
dress T. A. IVBBBIB. PrtssBfatsJ.
BOYLE & CHAPMAN,
la Weaatthla an .Sm Ma. r afc. ami tim,..
far ear reSstl trade. We ar- airs maklar Iftnaa la at . n-r . ..-a m
'. a.d at a Seller raarata ikaa we have ever aareSaaeS la tea, . : larkrta.
site exssussiw. el ( ry aatl I'tty Beaters easwetally.
JO as. aw. IiSvett oo.,8ie l-a 2iTsstsx. tat.
WALSH, SMITH, CRAWFORD & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
No. 56 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
eat Csaalgaas lata. Otshiss tar FsiaSass sw asata ss)
wUI sseet Praaapt aad CasressU SSSaatlia.
REPRESENTED IN MOBILE. ALA,
BY CRAWFORD, WALSH, SMITH 4 CO.,
QEKEAB.L COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
CAST W. BUTT,
r. c cBAWFttaut,
trBLABXMB WALSH. Jr.
Royal Fire Insurance Company,
$10,000,000 GOLD !
Maeearanj! a la
1st imparted tbls fall, atss, a f
sar our stock is very select and large.
xtuyers rrum me conniry wonm ao well to
UUrt fsUCKH Arts Lliw,
call and see us.
Stationers & Printers,
am KB at Hill.
Hare removed their elegant,stoek of
From their old stand on Monroe St., to
826 SECOND ST,
And have added an extensive line of CHOICE
NKW eOODB. Call and see them.
270 1-2 MsM St,
f BCHASTS and Bankers, aad all wno
..'A desire blass sssas tor tne ew
DEPOSITED IH THE UNITED STATES WITH INSURANCE DEPART
MENTS, U. 3. PONDS OVER $1,000,000.
Firs Premrsuw Is 1870, evsr $3 000,000 6oM. Losses at Chicago, $98,-
000, PsM. 0s Ra-lBSNfaSe Polieios, Lomm PmW it Osce
mi li all tatacat Wttaaat Dlicoaart.
WB BKFOBX DIBJBDT TO UYBBPOOU AUD OfJB 1H8TBUCTIOS8 ASK
TO PAV LOSSES PROMPTLY. AAD WITHOUT REFERENCE. '
FOR AGENCIES APPLY TO
Year ataonid not rail to ei amino onrTery ex-
'Husive asaortmeni. We manaiaclare BlanJt
aocKM tbat nave no sapartor in tne oounuy.
and constaatJy csury a oom plate s toe it ui
every use ana graae.
MABin fcr 1873, l
Office and Fancy Stationery, and Books oj
every aescriptio.a. j ne mosi compieie
OFFICE, 176 MAIN STM LOUISVILLE, KY
MANA6ERS FOR KENTUCKY, TENNESSEE AND SOUTHERN INDIANA.
W. H. BUTTS.
B. a. HAS pros
prtstiog aad siidiog Ettaush-snt Mempliis Box Factory
BOYLE 4 CHAPMAN,
2't 9 1-2 Msi Street Memphis.
Hasee aad Sifa Paiatlao. Calaaalaiao, Eta. MEMPHIS CITY FIRE
EUREKA FIRE-6RATE ! I General Insurance Go.
A NEW AND
OFFICE, 19 SAMSON STREET,
FLOORING, CEILING, SIDING,
8UILBCSS' NATERIAL IN GENERAL.
Special attention paid to working lnmbsr
to order. Water tanks and ootton presses
made. All alses ant1 klnda of boxes on hand
and made aa wan tec. Cltv orders mailed In
the morn ins reach as through Postomos
FACTORY ON FRONT STREET,
noiO STKAS TBJC A WORKS.
H. BROWN a CO.
GENERAL JOBBERS IN
BRICK AND STONE WORK,
4 BE TfXK SOL AwBBTTB IM MEMPHIS
i ror M. s. watkina' fatent rire-Urata.
Tti's tmly valmtbie invention, bnt recently
patented, and now for the first time off red
to the poblie, wiij, savb oss- baj. txi coal
n w oonsnmed in toe ora oarr t rars in gen
eral ne. Bsside tons redncmg ths am ant
of fuel oonsnmed, t will B sat two on txbxoi
aooss from the SAMS ruts.
ws hsve one of them in opercttoa in onr
ofiloe, where its great boosost aid caa-viirsix-tcs
can be clearly demonatraid
THe public are invlied lo call and examine It
B. BATUaa, IreaMeat.
A. TAOCABSt, Ties
F. W. SMIT1
KBBMT J. LXII, I
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Be. aS7 Thxra street.
litm u ws m m
THt PATBBrTXS. Who can be fonml .t
nis omL-e, up . maul macs eorrt.r af
Haoond and Court streets, at an. tin,, k
tween thehonrs ef 8 and 11 o'olcck a.m , will
aeit a umiwi ua uii. invention, uiat
vbbt sonaBATB tbbss, lo any one of means,
who will undertake o manage and Intro-
dace it to the puouc, north and South. dl. I
W. B. tlalSraalS, W. c.
Was, Joy ser, M. T.
ssr itoes Fire, Marine, Inland and Chtnaral
Issarasea ewssaaas. oei7
250 TOSS CHOICE TIMOTHY
ror sale low 10 the trade.
dU 41 So
M A. OBBLE,
as Oaeurt itt tea.
TBS ooTrartnership existing between W. H.
Qrider and C. M. Jennings, ar., under tha
style and firm ofW.H. Urlder A Co.. Is this
day OlSBOiVSa oy ntatuai aiwjmMi
ler having porenasea the intersss or u.
'Anin ..h i. .lane authorised to ooi-
Ilaot or receot for anything das the late firm,
and assumes all Liabilities of ths same,
a . ti. onuiut.
C. M. Ja'HUBl, 8B.
W. H. GRIDE B
Saaafaotarer ef tta Ceiemted
S Yard af Natapbls aad Charlaataa R. R.,
MemphJa. ; : Tsngesa e.
MMtrs. Harris 4 Pillow Attsrtsys
AVS sssnrlslrri with them, in the prac
tice of tne law.
UOB4B M. PILLOW, Kae,
under the firm name of Harris, Pillow A Pil
w. a. s aimtB
W. i BAnroso.
TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.,
NO. IS MONROE STREET,
Estes, Fizer & Pinson,
No. 276 Front Street
fry Braaka. Naaly 4 i
aw bdls. Iron Ties, all pattsma.
una pes Bagging, IXarJH lbs.
IOTA bbls rionr,
m bbls Salt,
m& lbs bacon.
A tss fitmi,
MB Mils Molasses,
SM bags coffee.
K) bbls Whisky,
at bxs Tobacoo
ClaBll.H Aiasrtsssit fCw&H
As ussally kept In oar Una.
aSTLaiw figures ta wmii.r.t n jjeaj.
THE sopartnerahip in the prac' f Law
heretofore existing Betwa. ; . K m
and S. P- Walker la this day dissolved y ma
tnal eon aent. The existing hIb-j. of the
firm is disposed of In a manner chat It Is
supposed will prove satisfactory to aliens,
woo. an til farther notice, are reter?d tor SB.
formation to ' ae present omee o tba firm.
li. K. c&AE.
UL rAP. WAUUa,
U . . ,. .. .4 I . j
. .01 IS ta mvuum va wtte raatroaos. WAO 1
I uuiaa, aau sxosnung alas seventy a
ot sua tract not emoracau in said
;' .atunsoy mar IBB l l muants uJmaM
ponixiunt, uns uaowiae ptirtjoiisiiy exAminea tne cjnuiaon oi
panieu since :ne umcatro are.
S7 M ABIB41 STBAAT,
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