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J3..A-IL Y A J? JP Mi A Jl SL jfi L. v Jw H8L PL Ji H.STA.BLIS&TS'D 18 4:0. MEMPHIS, STJiDA.Y3 MAECH 5, 1876. VOL 36, MO 57 CLOIINU KATILS Yesterday of ooUon and gold: J7cv ilrk, ootlon, 12tV MemphU, 12. Aew yorAr, go!doUedat 114; Memphis, 113 kxathku fitummLrntn. V.'amihotoi. Mareh 5, 1 aja. Pjt A Tennessee and Ohio valley, prr yy d'jifiy walker, probab'y followed by rain, rising temperature, touthtasl to southwest wind and JaVlng barometer. valley, we copy from the captain's re cent letter to the 8L Liuis 'Times, In which be explains that he simply "en deavored to snow, urn, mat tue oa tlmate of ferty-nlx million dollars for Lullding levees between Cairo and New Orleans ia bated upon untenable theo ries respecting the river, and is, there fore, toially unreliable; and, eecond, to FCg?est a method of river Improvement Bach as has been tu?cor.sful"y practiced on the Iihine. bv which the alluvial Fenatok Clayton, cba'rnian of the ! lands bordering the river may be virtu BEIKNAP. BLOODY WOBK. It puU can Hlate centtal committee of Arkansas, leaves Little Rack for Wash lngtun early tbii week. A Washington telegram annouucea a eeml-oOlmal t-tatemebt that General Bibcock's cor duct of the businchi at the "Wclte House has ceased. The comruiitfc appointed to Invest! gat the Dittrietof Columbia real estate f w! was in session in Washington yes terday, but so result was announced. The Massachusetts legislature has, by more than a two-thlidj vote, decided to appoint a committee to investigate the charges recently made by Moses "KIn ta'l that money had been used to IlIIu- ence lsglslatlon in the State legislature Tub Arkansas Republican State cen irai commttee nas ltsueu a call lor a State convection, to assemble in Little R ck on tho twenty-seventh of April, fjr the purree of appointing delegates to the Cincinnati convention, and nom InaMng candidates for Presidential e.tcUjK. While we freely confess onr mortifi cation at the disgrace Infiioted upon the country by Belknap, we hope to remind the London prcsj that they have only to go hick to the relcn ol George IV for mtne than one parallel. People who live in tlaa houses should not thro stones. all v raised above the Hoods and itvehen nel deepened to at least twenty feet from Cairo to the gulf." He has made no estimate of tho cost, has no intention of proposing to make a contract for the work and simply "wanta the country to know that it la entirely practicable to reclaim the alluvial lands of the Missis sippl river by permanently lowering its ilxxMine by a correction of the river channel, which will make its navlga tion safe and deep ecoagh ut all seasons for vessels of the largest tonnage." We publith this morning a communl cation from the city attorney to th mayor, that has ppKsial interest for all taxpayers as well as fir bondholder'. It stales clearly the points of recent deel slonr, and suggests that there Is no bop for a definite uoderstandlngof our rights and dutlis eh.rt of the court of Iatt resort. Tun lower houee of congress only was In p sdon yceterlay, the day having bem sot apart KlIy for the discussion of the Hawaiian treaty. There were to few mmVer8 preteut that Mr. Wood, of New York, refu-ed to prccjed with hia speech, consequently the bouse ad tourned without transacting auy buei nes. Ths Impeachment trial of L'euten ant-Gove:nor Divis, of Mississippi, ha? been in prjgr s bafore the senate of that State ths pst two days, durlnc which testimony has been adduced proving be- yon J doubt that he is guiliy of bribery an 1 corruption io receiving six hundred d l'ais 'or the pardon of Barreutine, of Cilumbu . He will no doubt te re moved from tffl;e, and my, through criminal prosecution, be rent to the pen itentiary. The S Louis limes, in a history of tho -whisky trantaetton as published by It to-dsy, change dlstltcHy and directly thit Attorney-Gsneral Pierrepont or dered District-Attorney Dyer, of St. Lou I', to go to Washington for the pur pose of laying before him (Pierrepont) a' I his plans for the prosecution of Bab- ock; that these plans were made known to Babcock aud his counsel, and that the private secretaiy, thus fore warned, was enabled to anticipate Dyer and avoid conviction. Another Inves tigation is io older, and perhat a another impeachment. A mercantile rot rt of arbitration haib'eu tttabliebed by the legislature of Sou'h; Carolina for the e-pjcial bereflt of V:e merchantsof Charleaton, the chief feitJ'oof which Is the submission of dif ferences to patties having an irtimata aci'iiictuice with the customs of mer ch int?, instead of to a jury of ignorant perions, poseets'nf, In many cases, neither the intelligence nor the integrity requisite for rendering a proper decision. Ths change thu made will go a great wiy towird restoring confidence among bu)ine?8 men. This is an experiment tht migh be tried In Memphis with profit to ocr roeThanfp. Ik the United States district csurt for Peun-ylvai'ia, on Saturday last, the gran 1 jury found a true bill in the case of Riv. Fields Caok, colored, of Alex tmlrii, Virginia, against Upton S. New comer, a clerk at the Bingham house. Ths defendant in this case had, on the eighteenth of January, refused the re later l-xlging, stating that the housa was full, which Cook found to bs atse, as eighteen rwrsons were registered after his apptiea'ion had been made. The Xor!h American o: the fame date notes t ie fact that the Bingham house had been told. Tho proprietors could not stand the civil rights pressure. Curies gone homo to roott. Tub Dsmoeratlc ciucus was In session till half past eleven o'clock list night. By a vote of flfiy-flve to forty-six It ad jocrxed till Tuetdsy night without tak ing the test vote on the financial quw tion, which was fully debated. Mr. Pjyne presented his modified bill bs ths repaitof themj.rity, oonslstlrgof Rep resentatives Payne, Btrzum, Morrieon aid Gibson, and Senators Thurman, B yard, M'Danald and Merrlmon. The minority report wis made by Bepre Ezn'a lvea Br'Eht, Holman, Walker, S:uiLard and Sbeakley. It simply pro ptJ tonpal that part of the specie rerjmptlou act which fixes the firtt day of January, 1S79, for that purpose. Rev. J. G. Mesbill, of the Congre gational church, of Davenport, Iowa, rerently preached a sermon up in the Beech er advisory council, In-the course of which he said Beecher was guiltless of all crimes, declared that the coun ell wai uopreludicec, and that the results of the council ware, first, it kept Intact the Independence of the local church, the dearest right of Congrega- tionaliem; second, it declared the power of sound advice coming from a friendly source; third, it developed in a marked manner the true loyalty, simplicity and faithfulness of the largest church of its order; fourth, it has prepared the way, without usurpation, for the right of the denomination to dfccusj tho guilt of IU greatest preacher, if he be guilty, and to stand by him if he be in nocent; fifth, it has displayed the weak ness of Human might in tuat such a church of such grand proportions shoald need to call to its assistance the weak organizations, which all along have supposed that all they could do was to take care of themselves. A'l of which ia clearly stated, but unfortunately for Brother Miller not one in a million will believe one word of so much of it as is devoted to Beecher. Acting Mayor Pebbv, of Rockfonl, illinoi?, at a recent meeting of the council of that city, read an invitation from the mayor and the president of (be board of trade, of Atlarta, Georgia, in dexed by James M. Smith, governor, added to which were the names of five members of the "committee on invita tions," asking tho common council, editors and representative men of Rcck fi rd to visit Georgia. From it we make the following extract, Indicating the objects and feelings prompting it: Vr'e frankly admit that our culcf oblectln Inviting represent alive citizens or Uie liberal went Is, thai lh-y may Me and examine lor lUbmseirci not only our van resuurues bat more especially to nave mem me belter ua deratand lue friendly leellne existing among our people lowaru our nonneru uretureu. wltn ilie farther hone of fcettlm: at rent for ever the clamor bo often raised, aud kept alive uy niiKiepre.ieuiauoDs . mnae Decuut or a wint of knowledge of tho true fact. Ours In liow a common country our Interests are one, we buy your produce, you our cottou, etc. Why longer remain beparate? Wo are Further Developments-Five Other Sat Icrsnlps Beside that of Fort Sill, Sold bjrthe Secretary. Too Men Amall Tno Others with Iltitcher-KnlvrK, IMitoU nutl Coun ter Weights, lletfiiltluirln the ; Dentil of One of Eneh J'artjr. Tomeny's houf, tho posasselonof tho bonds, and hi-! rsiusal to return them or to Elgn the receipt, and alt the other at tendant circuaiMancfH. Mh. Tomenv'i statement Is lub'antially a corrobora lion of that m&de by iter husband. Marsh Fljing from the Wrath to Come The Penitentiary Yawning for Him and His Friends. Pro gross of Impeachment Belknap's Penalty Comments of the Lon don Press Onr Country Disgraced Etc. New Yore, March 4. A soecial from Washington savs that Mr. Blackburn. of the committee on expenditures in the war aopartmeut, ttateH that the com. mittee is in possession of evidence show ing that five other post-traderships, be-1 stairs and tried to secrete himself in the aides that or ort Bill, were sold for I garret, when his motner ncaru nim and Terrr Hautb, March 4. A tpjeial to the Exprcti says that at Middleburg, Clay county, last nlghc about tea o'clock, George W. Watts and his brother Thomat appeared in the street with butcher-knives, counter weights and pistol, and assaulted Freeman Reed and Louis Seigley, whom they (the Wattsesj supposed had thot through their store door, and were indignant at it, whereupon they mado the murder ous assault. George Watts was shot in the left temple, and died in about thirty minutep. Freeman Reed was struck in the head with a heavy weight and s abbed in the back on eaoh side of the spinal column with a large butcher knife, which was driven in to the han dle and broken off at the point in the body. Reed, after he sw Watts fall, made his escape home, watch be tiiea to do when Watts first aisaulted him, but could net until he was moitally wounded. He reached home, got up I.rgNlnllrc I'rocceilliijr tfMlerilny The Iinpenelinieiil or I)nvl Tlin Tcktlmnuy. Hums ranging from five hundred to twenty-five tnoueand dollars a year, and mat an outrageous fraud has been un earthed in the disbursements of the one million dollars appropriated by congress for putting up headstones over the graves of Union soldiers. CALEB ON THE WINO. New York, March 4. Caleb P. Marsh Is said to have left this city yes terday, with a ticket for Montreal in his hat, but that at .feeksklll he suddenly left the train. another codnty heabd fbom. Nashville, March 4 The Ameri can to-morrow will contain a statement that in 1873 the focretary of war reject ed tho bid of theKnoxville marble com pany to furnish Jieadstonea for the Na tluLiil cemeteries, although it was the lowest bid by sixty-eight thousand dol went to him and put him to bed, where he expired in about thiity minutes. The two men died about five minutes apart. THE CITX'S BOXDS. Special to the Appsa'. Jackson, March 1. Both houses passed, over the governors veto, the bill requiring witnesses to testify in iru feachment triaU withe it', criminating luemseive?. lhe Douse passed, over tho governoi'3 veto. the bill making the stipcriiiULdeut aud in spectors of the penitentiary elect ive offices. A committee was am oint- ed to inquire Into the financivl manage ment oi me Alcorn colored university, The senate, as a court of impeach ment of Lieatecant Governor Davis, nas ueen lasing tesluiDiiy two days. The testimony, so far, proves that six hundred dollars had been paid Davia in Columbus at tho time Davis banded over a pardoa for Barrentlue. Davis's counsel will attempt to show that the money was for Packer for services in attempting to prccaio the pardon from Ame. It is geuMRllv btlieved that the prcof establishes itfvls's guilt. . - --ft, . XEW JERSEY LEGISLATURE Commnulcatlon of City-Attorney Walk er to Mayor Fllfipln, Relative to the Decision of the United States Circuit Court. Why Nlionlil Xot Citunls be Taxed veil n RnllrondH? The following communication of City- Attorney Walker respecting the la;UB and sale by the city of its own bonds at less than par, and the decision of the United States circuit court thereOD, will he read with interest: To Hon. J. It. Fllppln, Mayor: Sir I think proper to inform vou of Special dispatch to Philadelphia Times. Trenton, March 1. Cortlandt Par ker delivered an argument before tho senate judiciary this evening, in the sen ate chamber, in favor of including the wold "canal" in tno general railroad taia ion bill. The result of such legis lation wilt be to dec;exfe the present taxes of the united railways of the State (uow two hundred and ninety-eight lars, and tho contact was awarded to ?TsrI?.?c9ioD lat?'y rendered by the thousand dollars) by some one hundred United ;8tatt-3 circuit court in suits to which the city was party. First A trial was had of the ''bond" euit, In which the principal point liti gated and determined was, whether the issue and sale by the city of its own bonds, at less than par, was usurious or illegal. It was held to be neither usuri ous nor illegal, and this dsfense. to ii De sent to trie I n,a tho, ni i i I " v . grand jury next week, when it is ex - ST'T uZ", n .T ' " r""'r,ttqs?,oUa.anI ,:,i i . - . ,r loyivttuia jdiuuau uuuipauy owu tuxt . .rtnr Jereey City exempt from iu" 7" .' taxation. iuc 4utiiuuoiuvuivru uau uo iiuauy ue termined. These suits did not involve an inlian trader at Keokuk, which was then .Belknap's place of residence. the whole batch to be indicted. Washington, March 4. The attor- ney-generat has been In consultation with District-Attorney Willis relative to tseiKnap, and the preliminary naners. with a view to his punishment, have been prepared. They will be sent to the and twenty-eight thcusand dollars, though in a law years the tax would probably become uuu! 1 s and triple that amoun'. The united companies, in view of the large tax they have to pay, are averee to submitting themselves to the whimsicalities of municipal tat tion. 'ibis item or municipal taxa'i in the case referred to amounts to si i TO DELINQUENTS. OFFICE OK WATER COMPANY, 1 Mkmpuis, March 1, 1576. Delinquent Water Coasumers are bereby cotine-i that tho water wilt positively be shut otruom tbujr premise if the bill are not! psld on or bofore the 10th of March. W. Ii CAMERON. Aeent of Trustees, IlfcAUlUAKTEFS COnPAJiT A.IKISHj ORDER NO. 5. Yon are hereby ordered to attend a nuetlnc at vourHall.zsi Hecnnri street, on TUESDAY evening, March 7th. for a-.uui'. " nvery memoer win ue prea- y order. UEO. R. PHELAN, Captain. Jt.o. itussBX.1., o. a. mb5 XIQTJORS. IMPORTER.AKD DEALER IN WINES, AND CIGARS, 38Main St.. Memphts, Tonr. B. H. CARBERY. No. LIQUORS 17 n Tir TH08.CAHEY CARBERT & CASE TEMPLE OF liuaoit. REGULAR meeting of Montgomery Council. No l.T. R. and H.T.. will h ticirt row (MONDAY) evening, at IK o'clock, in Ma t onlc halt, Uayoso block, for dispatch of busi ness and work In the degrees. Ily order of JNO. W . O a J. no. w. BRUsn. Itec.of C. AHAM.C.ofC. mbo Wonder of the Age: NEW and simple Invention, that eflWtn. . ally prevents uccldents viiu pmin r uwer mapj. Agents wntea. Apply at No. t, ornio wrtci.. j-. m. un. via. Aeent. i a m fifiiinp Mfliinlmntn uiquui muibiiajiw Knights of Pythias. OFFICERS and member Cour de Lion Loiluo No. IS, will meet to morrow (MONDAY nv.nlnf. at o'clock, for drill. Tho reiiular meetings win hereafter be held I ou me tecuau aua lourlb Wednesday night of uatu iuuuili. y order j. j. ROSS, C. C. i'. w . ouiiAFfEg, jv. oi H. and a. AXD DIBECT IMPORTERS, 347 Front Street. Memphis. FOR SALE. BUTTER! 1EHPLABS OP II. AND T, DtGULAB meetlnz Hale's Temn'e of H. and T. No. 4. will be held MOVnAY EVENING, March Otu. at7 o'clock, In their I cuiaw ftuams uuu oeconu streets, lor uis-1 paivu ui uusiue.v. ny order D. O. UKAlIAHl), W. O. T. Attest: Jonu W. Ekunb, K. mhj TO IHti PUBLIC OF MEMPUIS. AM ready and prepared to f ulflll nil order I L Miuiw" me ior jil'SiU. sucn arrnr nulla I U..II.. t-.i.ir..... i i . ; . . . . . f 'nilJCT, UCUUIUK1 J4UU I II II 1(!H . HI nVlllf-n I prices iosuii ino times. I'leasoglvemea call. rrtur . 21 ah him (string Band), rah5 No 374 Second street. We take pleasure in annountlnic the Arrival of Novel and Attractive Lines of SPRl.VS GOODS In the following Departments: Silks, Brass Goods, Mourning Goods, Alp'coas, French, English and American Prints, Percales, Cretonne?, Honse-Furnishing Goods, Pfquev, White Goods, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbonr, Xnoea, Ties, Handfeerohiefoi Embroideries, Eace Curtains, . Underwear, Buttons, Gimps, Fringes, Trimming, In Extraordinary Variety, Novel and Stylish, and marked at Attractively Low Figures. kuuju cu panicuiar attention to OUR. STJXP 23. IW-stst In which we are showlDg extremely beautiful SPKISO CBSTDMES. HTOTIOH. rplIE regular monthly meeting of the Mem. J. i iu itniniiiit; i-nn HBMiui jiNncla- lott will be held MONDAY evening, March , 1S76, at iy, o'clock. &u w. uuliUsmith, Vice-President. 8. Stuiem. Secretary. mh5 satisfied your report will be uch as to remove all doubta, and do much toward harmonising the sections. Tnls hearty and patriotic invitation was responded to promptly by the unan imous adoption of a series of resolutions drawn by Mr. Henry P. Kimball, secre tary of the WInnebsgD county agricul tural society, eo well known to the citi zens of Memphis by h's bold and manly def.-nse of tho people of the south during tho controversy of last summer growing out of the invitation to Mr. Jefferson Davis to deliver a lecture before tho Winnebago agriculturist. Tho scope and tpirlt of these resolutions, cordially accepting the invitation, may be gath ered from the following: Setolved. That weconcrr it lhe sen- ImentH ot reconciliation and amity enter tain id therein, and uisurt our conviction lhat me I mure peace, rrcnsruy anu grauueuroi our common country must be established upan the broad foundation principles of uni versal amnety, unre'trictfd Industry, aud an Intelligent and Impartial elective fracchlsa. Jtetolvtd. That we unqualifiedly disapprove and condemn oil attempt of irolesslonal io luclaus wnu, ror party measures ana seir-ag. grand zement, week to revive and perpetuate tcoouciioaal uuimoiiuesot ineiaio civil war; believing, as wo do, that the mujorltv of the peouteoi both sections are eager to Inaugu rate the era of a permanent peace, mid a re stored national allegiance, anu esiuuiisu a re clnrooltv of our great Industrial enterprises. jicaoivta, lixm, we win uaii event u ma hurhlnMi-or Derfsct union and roice between all tne bttes, wnen tue general government in me exercise oi us Clemency ana magna nlmltv. shall exalt evory citizen to the full tutu ot citizenship, and endow him with the Inviolable guaranty of safe transit, free speech, and the guardianship of the law In the enjoyment ana exercise oi mil retbonai rights uion every foot of republican bod. And so Atlanta is to become thescens grand Csntennial jubilee full of pected an indictment will promptly fol iw. Himnar proceeuinsrs will be insti tuted against Marsh. The attornev- general bad a consultation with the President to-day on the subject. PREPARING THE ARTICLES OB IM PEACHMENT. Washington, March 4. The judicia ry committee, which bad, two days ago, arranged ior ine examination to-day or Marshal O. Itiberts, of rew York, in the Texas Pacilic investigation, set aside tb:iv arrangement in order to give its at tention to the preparation of articles of impeachment against the late secretary war, in wnicu Business it was occu pied all day. There are two counts. The first charges Hecretary Belknap with having acceploJ a bribe, and the second with continuing to accept the same. Tue committee on military af- rairs naa up tne question or letting con tracts for headstones in the National eetnetf ries, and the polioy of concen trating these encampments of the dead. Several other congress committees were slso in etsjion. the one hundred and thirty-five thou sand dollars nor the four hundred thou sand class. S3Cond It was decided by the court, that, under the mandamus to pay T. E. Brown & Co , tho city must levy the same rate oi taxation upon merchants' cap tal, and for the year, 1875, es is laid upon otner property, under this ruling tne city must-ai once lay an additional tas of fifty-four cents on merchants' capital for the year 1875 This will make the entire tax on merchants' capi tal two dollars and fourteen cents, the amount already levied being one dollar tnd sixty cents, and where the fixed amount paid by the merchant at the beginning of ths yearwonld cover a tax on his capital at the rats of two dollars and fourteen cents, ho i?, of course, not required to pay any more. This tax is ordered to be laid and col lected at once. belknap's probable penalty. Third In the return of the city to Washington. March 4. Tho rrran ,1 Brown's writ of mandamus. I set forth jury will meet Monday, whed an indict- ful,y aDti in detail the facts upon which ment sgatust Ueneral Bslknap will be lDB ninm ana renin ward claim to be found. The penalty for the offense, if exempt from tnat tax, and also tho facts found guilty, is stated to be three vears upon wbica those persons claim to be TELEGRAPHIC CUPPINGS, Salt Don Carlos arrived in London, yester- uay. Iso trains have anived lately at LiBKe, on aceojnt oi snow. Four prisoners eacapod from the jail at Libanon, Kentucky, yeaterda3 Two were subsequently captured. H. C. Burt's eon, eight years old, was thrown from ti wagon, and killed at Cleveland, Ohio, yesterday. me opauioing coort-martiat, in ses sion In can Branciseo, b3gan the exam ination oi witnessis yesterday.; At Watertown, New York, yesterday, Cm nTa I....l...t V . M .. t I . I ,ct: ... f jauuin uiafuutic iatAllJr DlitUUtiU OllllUU noover, acu aiterward attempted sui- c de. The Erie, Now York Central and Phil- sdelphia railway companies have deter mined to adhere to the established rates on weftbound freight. Valuable .Books for Sale. 'HUE underslgsod Is ftlll offering for sale hla 1 Library ol Miscellaneous Hnokx. nn.l nt i txtremely low prices. Persons wishing to purchase the whiIe, or any part, are request d I iu van uuu tMHuiiue iue collection, wnicn em- uracei mauy oi ine nnesi doouh in print. mh5 if. W. 8M1TH, 322 Second st. MAS0N1CK0T1CE. 'piIE stated communication of An- m 1 gcrona Lodge, No. ICS, will be held to-morrow (MONDAY) evening, MarchA otn, at 7 o cioci:, lordlspatch of buMness. All 51 M.'s are fraternally Invited. By order. U. W. MOSBY, W. M. C. G. Locke, Secretary. 242, 244 m 846 gAig STREBT. COE. JEFFBESOL Q YEB. FINNIE & 00. PUELICATIOHS. this tfebb: at MENKEN BM0TSEM8 MARRIAGE- AND ii-arrlflxro Guide teacVi J the fnquii:tTe thoul-i xnow on turtain, Mar rtftif. the Pliv.tsi rtrii MjfKtfrifi and R.eIirort ci theKxaaltycin,PU. AX IUMEIVSE AS50ET3IEOT OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE uwui vi tin i uitUi HhokhouIdfnaiTj.the im- the of a meaning, and we hope to be fruitful solid results to the whole Union. of CURRENCY OBTSTAXDIXG. Ail Important Statement Comptroller. from the Washington. March 1. The follow ing statement exhibiting the amount of paper euirtfucy issued and outstanding on January 1, 1876; the amount held in tne treasury on January 'b. lb7o: the amount neld by national banks on lis cember 17, 1875; the date of their list report, aad by tho States, savings banks and trust companies, as nearly as can be ascertained from official sources was prepared to day by the comptroller ol the cunoncy. The statement shows the amount of paper currency now in the nanus cl tne people to be S5o'.',Wl,lt& The following is the paper money issued and outstanding January 1, lb7b fractional currency. Old demand notei Legal tender notes, S 11,117,072 National bank notes Total , 271 . 31t,179,750 Tee case of IJslknap grows worse the more dseply it is Investigated. Making xntny a'Jowauces for the national failing ef a 'rza Indtljence In "rumors" under Bu;'ac'rcnai!t.nee, we have littls doubt t'j'-.'-n man who could so far forget his da'y as to sell one would tell fifty forts and force blackmail from a hundred sut lers. Wo are therefore prepared to learn and bsUeve that the late honorable sec retary of war has been a wholesale as well ns eteady dealer In sutlership', and that the movements and concentra . t'on of troops had much to do with the I gains cf the great criminal. However this may be. It Is gratifying to know j that net only Impeachment awaits him, but a criminal prosecution that can on ly end in a line equal to double the 318 he accepted and a term of Impris onment in the penitentiary of not lees than three yearj. The way of the trans jraator Is eure'y hard. Ik answer to a cwreipindent, who seemi to mUapprehond Captain Esd'a proposition in regard to the reclamation ol the alluvial lands of the Mississippi Less cath In tresiury Leic&Fb In national banks. Ltt cash In other banks ... s uoxa.sx 121,797 i0 15,131,109 TotaL. S280.162i5 Paper currency la cIrculatlon..VK,0()l,lj Theieturns oriS74 and 1875 show ths deposits of State banks, eavincs banks and trust companies to be 1,100.478,443. and cash $48,431,409. In addition to the amount of cash given above, tho State banks hold $1,166,456 of fpscie. The amount of specie held by the savings banks and by the trust corupmbs can not be given, not being etatcd separate ly, but Included wltn cash" in their return?. The proportion of cash to de post's held by tneee Institutions is aa fol lows; ByBtato bmk3 (including their specie), 10 75 100 per cent; by sivlngs buika, 2 10-100 per cent; by tmst com panies, 4 6M00 per cant, and the pro portion of cash to deposits or all is 4 40 100 percent. The reserves of the saving? banks and trust comranies are chiefly held by the national tanks. Tho pro portion of paper currency to individual depwits held by national banks Is 19 35 100 per cent,, and the proportion of pa per currency and specie is 22 C-100 per cent, Tho amount of specie held by na tional banks December 17, 1S75. the date of the lest returns, wni S17,07C,05. Alfred Perry, a switchman on the Vandalla railroad freight-yard, East St. Louif, while switching last night, caught his foot In a frog of the track, w&t run down, and pushed ssveral yards by a backing train, and mortally injured, bis stomach being raptured ani hU hips crushed, 8sveral Herzegovlnlan chiefs have Is-! sued a manifesto rejecting reforms proffered by Tnrkey, calling upon the great poweis for tho guaranteed lnde pendence of the ineurgentprovlnoes and appealing to Servla and Montenegro for sstiatace, imprisonment and a fine of twice amount corruptly leceivexl A COUPLE OF THE SECRETARY'S PETS. Chicago. March 4. The part which Qeorgj T. Bobinson, of Baltimore, and George A. Armes have taken in the Belknap disgrace, hasled to an examina tion of their records, which shows that they both lost their places In the army through their own scandalous practices, upon charges preferred by superior offi cers, and alter a formal court martial. and not through the instrumentality of the late secretary. George T. Robinson was ciptain in tho tenth cavalry, and was aTaiened btfore a general court martial at S Louis, October 23. 1874. on a charge cf fraud against the govern ment, wnicn fraud consisted in drawing his pay repeatedly for the earne months. Tne full proceedings of the court m irtlal suow a series of frauds extending over two years of time, practiced not only upon ths government at New York, Philadelphia, Bsltimsro, Galveston, and other points, but fur filso chargjs for goods and medical practise, lliainjou also did not hesitate each time he drew his psy to cjmmit perjury. The court found him guilty, and passed the follow ing sentence: "Th court does therefore gjntence Captaiu Gaorge T. Robinson, of the tenth cavalrv, to be cashiered, to farfeit to the United States all pay and allowances now due or to become due, and to have his crime, name and pltce cf abede and punishment pub lished in and about Philadelphia and St. Louis." Geoige A. Armes was also a captain in the tenth cavalry, and was tried before a court-mart'al at Leaven worth, Kacsae, March 12, 1870, and was dismissed from the service by command of General Sherman. Tho oourt found him guilty of conduct unbecoming an officer, bis effenss being the exhibition of ofoscei-e pictures to female servants at the post. Armes was also guilty of other offensep, such as lying, in which he was regarded as proficient. COMMENTS OF THE LONDON PRESS. London, March 4 Tho Times of this morning, in an editorial on the Belknap scandal, says: "This event is more grave because it is confirmatory of the suspicion which has long prevailed among the American people. E'en we Euiopeans cannot but be struck with the altered toney in which the Americans speak, if not of their institutions, at least or me men wuo nave tiie present direction of them." The 2iews, alluding to the same sub ject, says: "The American political life seems to us in anything nut a healthy condition." it refers to tno wnisKy fraud triads, the Emma mine spandal and the downfall of IJjlknan, and says that "these ssanda's lift the veil from a class of society which It was hitherto pretty generally supposed had escaped the impurities of the social strata be low, and they lead one to fear lhat some or tne worst vices or municipal government may be percolating into the federa' a Iministration." The Telcaraphfaxs: "D'sc'osuioa after dif clcsurep, cimrgea after charges, vary ing in degrees oi tiutn but wltn tne sitne ugly ami ucpwaia character, nave lately darkened the commercial, religious, j'idici&l and adminlstin'ive Institutions of the United States. Some have moved false, others true, and more await evidence, du; tne general eL'est, beyond denil, lias usea, and is to bring the blush of shame and anx'ety into the faces of all honest Americans, and to make countless friends of the republic, in tbi3 country, silent and sorrowful, exempt who paid Brown under the spe cific assessments, per front foit, on their property. On these two questions, the I court held : That the nintn aud tenth wards were exempt from the Brown mandamus tax. That the property here tofore specifically asaisied by tbe froct foot, and the assessment paid bv the owner, was exempted from any further tax to payurown. in deciding tnese two questions, Judge Brown declared that he bad great doubt of his jurisdiction, and that he had been atle to give the question only a hasty examination. They are questions of great magnitude. Especially is it im portant to get a speedy and final de'er- OP- ESTATE. No. 1712, It. D. First Chancery Court ofRhelh-c- county. B. P. Anderson, Commissioner of I xiBvenue, t. win. jounston. Pursuant to a decree entered In this cause, i-coruary l, IS.U I will sell, at pub- no auction, ta tne highest b rider, r-ir man ot ;he conrthouse door of Bhelhv nonnt.v. in ho I x i - j Faturday, March i, 187C, tho following real estate, or so much thereof s shall bs sufficient to UiKeharvn thn Inru uujuugeu against. saia nronertv nnfi nil onatnoa At North Platte. Nebraska, vesterdav. shown by said decree, io wit: LylDg In Shelby n.l i mini - ' . m I COUUtv. Tflnnassiw. nnrl In tho nit ? nf Mom. miuueei xmiou, me muruerer or mom- Ilhu.;, j "known as ToY "Nn.r-Ti thV.r,, T, as crimes, was tei'tenced to be banned No. r67lstxtv seven. m he kouth sidant Ttninn on the thirtieth of Jane. street: Beginning 120 feet east from the east ,(i... -vr , . ui docodu ireci, u iu intersection with iUO ClUItOOUie Of Nemaha COUntv. theS3Uthsldeof Ilnlnn strpet- tinra unit jn ivuusai-, ouo oi tneiinest uuildlncsinthe i, lue"cetouiu -.ioieet,atrigniangieawith State, toflrpthrr with til fh nnnn rnn. H" ?a s.treo.t...yiePc?. est, parallel with pt tnt by Mill Kcnrely wain! on rwlpt ot !0 cu. AJ- A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I fiSARRIAGE GUIDE. lhe Ulet ditcoTCrif. In th icirnea ct rnrtuctioo, prwarrlajr tfce oomptoiloo, & Ttis 1j an iatem.tiM work i ra0 Itfa DumrToos eoKraTises, and contain nltatle Lnrbrrnauaa ft-r thme who ire minici or cootropiate csarrlrw; ttlU it ii book tb at ragM to be qqJt lock and try, tud tvt Vft caree sir alxvit th hoare, Fmt ta aor one (pet pidl ftr.lftr Cni. AAItns Dr. BuU Dlwnurr, 2o. Li K.lUsachat. sL LjiT SILVERWARE, ETC. iFrtKCxnt9rorta UxrrifA, or Uwo &tr4it ta marr.onUlrfi7,tokgicsl I lUKnj iratns. will) Just RecelveJ, rer Express, from New York. New and Elegant Lines of "HP I IK IN STRIPES AND SOLID COLORS, JUST OPENED. We will show, on MOKrDd.TZ-, Gtlx last,, a magnlncent line ot HAND-EMBROIDERED mination of the rights nf those who, ST T T . without contest, paid the NicoJson pave! f"!?,0' . , e tt " iBl ' l0W mnf: .wmnt T thinb- thf n iiant. Instantly killed, an i sevtibl passer ment assessment. I think that a deci sion of the supreme curt of the United Stttes would fiuehy jut a' rest these difficult and embarras3ine questions; and that eu ill decision can be speedily ontaineu. vvitti tuat view intend to take the oiso at once to tho supreme court oi tne united s atas, so far as it ielatea to the liability of tbe nintn and tenm wards, and or 111030 per sons wno nave pain mo specific assess ment for Nicolson pvemeuf. Until i final decision is had, the citv should continue to collect this tax from a'l the property of tne city. Very respectfully, a. v , v,iiy Auornoy, TOMESy. Ills Statement of tho Difficulty He tween Himself nml Jndco Milt ton Bioirq. We have received from Mr. J. M, Tomeny his own statement and that of nis wiia relative to tne uimcury about the three railroad bonds of which he is charged with robbing Judge Milton Brown, of Jackeon, Tennessee. From these statements it appears that Judge isrown visuea air. xomenys nouse in th9 suburbs of this city, for the purpess ot uuiiBuuiug iiiui xeiaiivo ta a sun wnicn bad Lean instituted to recover twenty-two huudred dollars of him as surety on tbe official bond of said Tom eny as acting collector of united States customs at Mobile, Alabama, from February 1st to June 30th, 18G6. The ac cused atatsa that he had no connection with tbe Mobile customhouse after June 30th, 1S66, and exhibited to Judge tsrown papers snowing a complete ad justment of his (Tomeny's) accounts not only as actirg collector but as super vising special agent of the treasury de partment. After this was done, ho con sulted Judge B,rown relative to his (To meny 'e) litigation with theMemphisand Qhlo aud Louisville and Nashville rail roid companies, concerning some of the ten per cent, nrst-mortgage boadjof the rormsr corporation, wnicn ne ( lomony) has owned since March, 18SG, but has baen enj jined, by decree of the court, from disposing of. Having heard read the papers in, and explained the status of the railroad ca3e, Judgs B,rown of fered Tomeny his Eorvices, and signified his willingness to remain to assist in tbe preparation and argument of the case, which wa3 set for trial in tbe United States court, then in session in this city. Having, in the couree of their consultation, exhibited these three bonds to Judga Browr, he (Judge Brown) as attorney, took possess! in thereof, and subsequently Mr. Tomeny asked him for a reciipt for them,' which, in case of the death of either party, in tai3 country, Kiieui scu surroniui, , , L ,.. i,t. ,m, when its onemi.'s rejjlceovpr these rei wou,1( J. ZZVlSi JST currini? rpvelationp " eny's) property. After consenting tbere CT,e andJrd savsi ..Hannllv the to, Judge Wwn refused to give sucl The Standard saysi -'Happily the countries are few where eo grooj an abuse of trust would be possible." such receipt, and would not return tbe bonds, valued at eignt hundred ana nay dol lfr, he insisting upon retaining thein as nn indemnity in case judgment was re covered Agdinat him as surety for To meny in th.e cum of twenty-two han dled dollars. Judge Brown being urged to teturn tbe bonds, "became indignant and left Mr. Tomeny's houe fcj the purpose of taking.the erCtSt-cars at Xlm wood cemetery'qndacome into town, It being then nine pclock at night, Mr. Notice to Tax-Payers. City op Mebthis, TAX-COI.LECTOK'S Op-flCJE, I am instructed to say that the follow ing rule will be observed in the collec tion of taxes: Inpayment of all taxes, except eciiool, reimbursing and manda rru', prior to 1675, may be taken a(l in- deltladnrjiM illlfl frnm thn ptt-- nr nnl-F due nriortn 1R7K hnt .inorfrtrinrnftor Tomeny fearing that the Vouda might 1875, except Uondj of the city, for which be etclen, and that Judge Brown had no a special fand by law has been provided idea ol restoring them, followed him to for their payment. In payment ot taxes Elmwood cemetery, where inthepres- due in 1875 may be taken all Indebted- ence of several persons he stated what nets maturing in 1S75, provided the par- no was auer, eeizeu uuuge jarowa, ;du tieular taxes, if colleatetl. mipht h ibh accusing him of the robbery demanded In payment of the particular Indebted- the retujn of the bona. He searched neep. If tbe tx for 1675, to bs nild in Jur'tfJ Brown's valise, but could not find for a ficr.rra! purpc.se, then a general In- the Donds; and the latter, who bad once debtedness due in 1875 will nav It Tf been into the city since getting possession on the other hand, the taxis for a special of the bonds, declared tht he had left purpose, Euch as an Interest tax, then it them at Hall's European hotel, and may be paid by coupons of recognised would settle the matter if Mr. Tomeny miAAB UiriCU lit 1UU, 11 ii JUUfJUienti nU'U OWWMMaUT UliU lUUPi JLUJ tax by Judgment of eamo vear cuainRt the city. Hha tchool tar, tbe sinking fond tax and tho mandamus tax for 1S75 mutbe paid In money rED. C, sen APEB, T , Tax-CpUector. Tomeny did, nut upon reaching the ho tel, Judge Ijrown, Instead of restoring tbe bonds, had him arrested, charging him with highway robbery. In regard to Judge Brown's conduct whlla at Mr. ord?, was buintd yet tdrday, Chicago naB a champ.'on ladv walk ist, bus she couldn't walk three hun dred and fifty miles in one huudred and forty four cons;cit vehours. At Chicago, yesterday, Mrs. George a., jones, wne oi me casuier or the Union national bauk, fell dead in a floral establifhmeittou S ato street. She has been a tun rr from heart diseace. Two paesonger trains on the Cincin nati, Hamilton aud Dtyton railroad collioei near Giendalp, Ohio, yetteiday w Wftt nassenpprp . . o--- weresiigutiy wonuueu. English railwiy ih ires rlmost ab 8orbed the allent ou or the London stock exchange yesterday. Thtro was at one time panic in some. Toward tho close, uowtvgr. mere ws3 aunoit a ircneia recovefy,butoa tho day 'a operations a I maj ri'y oi siocks wa3 lower. Tho dis count martlet was tiuet and steady. money was p'entifu', and Fhort loans ere outainabie st three and a quarter per tout- New York te'egram: "There have been twenty-four "vessels chattered to load graiu for E'ropean rnarhets durinp tue past weeK, n'ouiy for Uneiand Tbeo vessels hive loaded, altogether, Alr-t.f i I 1 .1 41 1 ' 1 I cisui.,vivtu luuu-iiuii tuite iiuniireo quarters of grsiu, and fix hundred and hfty-eight thousand four hundred bush els. This quantity Is ectlrdy iudo- pendent or tnat takeu by the regular ocean steamers." in ine matter oi a motion ror a new trial for William M'Kee, three dpposi Hons were li ed in the United States court at S'. L:uis, yesterday. Thev were frim Joel Rice, Henry P. Brown and George Liventbarco-, and are said to ba measurably csrrob irative of the affidavit of Watson I-ottsr relative to the statements alleged to have been made by Huch F. Summers, one of the jurors m tne ia'ivee trim, "She bark John Qeddie, laden with two thousand three bundled and fifty eoven bales of uplacd cotton for Havre, took fire at Charleston, South Carolina, yesieruay aiternoon ine vessel was tilled with water, which will be pumped our. promptly anu tne cargo uiscnaried. The probable loss is one hundred thou sand dollars; insured by foreign offices, The freight money, cf five hundred pounds, was insured in Charleston T-I-l: , ADDITIONAL HIYJSB SBPORTiB Union street. 40 fact; tlienrn nnrth "nn tant m bun ueuuixig. jiuii. ma any or t cbrnnrr, is fl. B. P. ANDERSON. Commissioner ol Revenue, etc. John JoHnston, Attorney. Tho above sale Is Dostaoned until Katnr. "lay. Hill Xiiirli. 1S7U. nt reonest of i!b. fendant. Ii. P. ANDERSON, mb5 Commlaslonerof Revenue, Etc. MAGNOLIA CRANDIFLOrX Made of MADAPOLAM PERCALE, which In price and mannfacture most com rusnd thern to our patrons. Chemise, Brawers, -Wiglitgowzis, Eto.. Etor, Embroidered In new ana beautiful designs. Call and examine tho above goods, to gether with many other of the Latest Novelties from European and Eastern mariets. Bew Parasols and Sun-TTiuLrallaa, latest Styles Iiadies' Spring Costume?; IN NEW SPRING FABRICS. - Sr& T" r-fJf fY.1? X. Ho. 224 Main Offer a carefnllreeleeted atocb of 261 and 556$ Main Sirest. CACH WCALSO HAVEA riNCSTocxorLARsra TREES roRSHippiMGonorRS 1 . NURSERVMENSeSEEDSMCN,' MEMPNS. ITAl- DOUBLETUBC DA9P FRECBV MAIt41 MHIPHIS, TEM, THE PEAUODV having chanced pronrle tors, the following rates lor board and rooms Will be charged from this datB: Bnnril aud oomM.....H 00 ft 91 psr day liny. Board. $33 per mouth I'iiy-noRrl (a meals)... $30 per momb Vny-Uoard (trnnslem) 81 50 per day Having made our terms moderate we hope to receive a liberal Hiaro of patronage, and respect fuily able he encouragement of the merchants of Memphis and the general pib'.lc. C. n. Q,yLIOWY, Manager. KASnVILLE. ilarch 4. The river is stationary with 5 fest ou the shoals. .Little Kock. March 4. Wpathpr ciouay and riiny. ijiver falling, with 2 feet 8 iuche?. ' Ashland aground at Silver's bar. St. Loots, March 4. Cepaited: Hel ena,, Vicksburg; Bismaick, New Or leans. Itiver about stationaay. Weath er clear and mild. Cincinnati. March 4. Nitrht mver iieiiiK wiiu II jeet 'A ineilPH. lunortm C. B. Church. New Qrleanc: Vint Shin- Eie, jiiempms. AYeather clear and pieasant. SOLE AGENTS EST BREWING1 GO. MILWACEEB, 1VIS. LSB 6EST BRHWRR7 IN THS U. R. COTTON GIN2JIN0. HIE COTTOI-filfl Y$ HEMOUIAMr. T-Tf. Jtsttle J. Kerlt. On tbe evening nf I MATTIK J., beloved wl'o o' v. tr..tr ..W.i.' fell asleep In Jasus. in tbe Ihlrty-iblrd j'earof j her aje, lettvlns a ven-rn-ble siother, lovlne Bisiera, a Diosfn-nfa led bmbad and Hve iiiuoi.uiiu,iju .ufuur(i metr irreparable lo?s. 68 Union Street. After (his dale we will zln all cotton con signed to us or coming to our gin lor lne Dollar a B.tle and the Seed, iiLVERWARF, DIIIONBS, We are now ready for the Trade with our usual heavy ttock, selected for MERCHANTS XCLlIJIVEr.Y. JLVFLRY ALL OF 1112 mm DESIGNS I AT PRICES TO SUIT HIE TIHtt r Do aol make purchases in Ibis line before oxnmlwlng lllr f(Mk.l BOO i o' an1 HEN'S MD BSYS' H4TS, WOHSFs'S TBISHBD BTi. H ?3s n m .-3Qv Ba 233 MAS.N STnr. f W."W. BOHOOUIXUJ. HrSBV Q. MttLlB. S6H00LFISLD. LOOTS HANAUIB. HlSKT THOXAS. &TJMBEE. MOORE, BASSE1 T & CO. Kos. 351 aud 353 Kccond 2 f 2a e 2 as a 51 5 E o a On m ft B 3 -Am f,Nt ITU m i i . Doors. Lumber Sash Laths AND AND Blinds Smsies; o Street (f) o PI O P 1 r 0 p. WHOLESALE BOOEHS, MOTORS AND &ENEEIL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 256 FfiOST STREET, XEMFHIS, TESNiSSSES. 6 ieeP constantly on hand the Iargeat and most complete stock of aroeerlea and Plan tation applies In the nlty.MaJslne r lonr. Bacon, Vlrslnla TobsccSi, HacvtLx Laa Tien a specialty. 8ole agents f.r m i: CmIm a An ' i-t.hr,iM Vf .' F 1 ' 1 . . S ? SiS? K3S?I.FIf ,rn-s' tte. Also, agents for the GallaUn MIUs Hheetinig aod CWtS u,uu ,ii8iiuouui. aicrcnanui win consult tueirmierestrf ty caluue and eiimlM nr stock before purchasing elsewhere. Our Mr. Louis Uanauer presided ove. the Cotton lL2. ment, giving nig personal attenuon to M)U1dk nd weighing nmM Cotton 1 J. z 4 m Z (ii S iif. hMn niff 'L'i? " t',.e "'""oo" Ornish bagging and tle. and mase no charge SfMin?fi DgTv?,'en'!,f-'Ji!nyiBandar- for draysge" 'fhtsone dollarabale inclndis fecUouat. To the pojr she wa a silent but iiikmiu noiiwr, as uiey neeniv reit and tear fully acknowledged In her Olieenlhear ue ave cc- neart to uod, ajd nulted with the :dmonou Presbyte.lau clmrph. at,, blamele ; UW and peaceful, holv death ti;iaed to the icaitiv fit hfr nr.ifpc.tnni Tbux T7hll throngbtut our lty merry voices W?re wishing a " llppr N s tr V ear " to friends and nelthbors, the ltnt rasstd (rom an eaith ly boiae .OKhlue forever as a s'ar In the Ke deiraetSt crown. Her "New Year" woa tlte happiest ot all. "Blessed are ths pure in heart, for they sball see God." al drnyngiw. Insurance, etc. Onr cloning ec- i lADiiausieui is uemoHcompMie ininociiy, being a brick: buUdlog, coveted with slate, and contrally located. We will lurntth bags, free ot charge, for shipping cotton In seed. Send In your orders at once. mh5 PAINE PATRICK. FURNITURE. TO TBS MSTOflL FDBUC rin retiring from the 5IU3IC CtjaiNESS j now offer my whole btocS o PIANOd, OR GANS, fcheet M nl5. Violins, Guitars, Banjon, Flnin, ,if, CtarlontVs, Cornets, Drums, Ao vordeonr, Concertinas, Violin and Guitar Strings, Bridge-", Tall-pieces, Scrows, Harmon- leans, etc., etc,, at U&ir Price, or mnrb tees tnnaVoiit. BCHOOLH and COUN THY MERCHANTS will do well to tend In their orders soon, as such an offer will not oc cur again soon. U.BEfW17MaINST. flirt nu?3i mti an tii l B BS H k1 r. 8 Ift S8 th. I & 3 & SAM & T NOW HAVE THE LARGEST AND 4. best selected stock of toanoN Aal MLDlUn FUANITUBE ever offered in the South, which I will, for the next ninety days, Sell at aanuractmcro' Prices. W. E, THIXTON, 25( SECOND STREET, iU larvl-jac Bloolt. YBSABLB & BAWLXNGS, MANTJFACrUBEBS OF LUMBEE, LATHS AND SHINGLES Q AVE ON HAND A FULL STOCK OF l WUlte Pine Doors. Hash. Hl'.nilK. White riua -iiuiuiugs, etc., an or nrsi quality. SALESROOM, No. 14 UXI0X STREET. Magmlll. north of rtavou Gayono. Ial9 HOOPSKIRTS. Southern ITnop3tIrt and Corset Manufactory, 383 Main St. ESTABLISHED 1867. LatMt style Unerushable Back, cklrts. Abdomen CorseU. Nur sing CorsetM. Invalid's ConsU, The Memphis Con-eta, Tulle- nes iorseiK. weny corsets, Misses'Corscta.and Eztrj-long CorseU for large ladles. Pads, Braces, Donule-sieels, Whale bones and BosUes. Goods sent C. p. D., and war ranted. X.OUIN L4Ssr. DISSOLTJTIONa BISSOLUTION. THE firm of Goodbar t Gllllland Is this dav dissolved by matual consent. J. M. Good bar and J. K. B. Gllllland retiring. The busi ness will bo continued, at the old stand, 829 Main street, by J. L. Goodbar and A. B. Good bar, under the Arm name of Goodbar s Co. -J. M. GOO OB Alt, J. R. a GILLILAND. J. L. GOODBAB. A. B. GOODBAR, In retiring as above, we commend the n.w arm to our menus ana uio iraua jtosrauj. Liberal patronage tne Old J. M. GOODBAB. GILLILAND. anda&k for them tho liberal firm hu enlored. J. M. February ID.ISTB. J. B, 8, NXSBET'S WEOUeHT-IEON C0TT0N-PESSS. 3T0 Front St , Memuiiif?, Tenn, M. L. MSACHAil, 3. B. POtJTON, ACW.EOBEOTH. . . MJSAUHAJC WHOLlSfiLB 6E00BES, SALT UD RUL MINTS, No. 9 PMON STREET, MempiU33 Tfcss. Mr. W: T. IIQWDHE has charge of tho Cotton Departmeat. JOHN E. QODWia. L. . aCl.LIN8,Jr. SAE'L 21. M'CAXt-CK. GOTTON FA C TO It 8, STo. SS8 wmm ST., CJor. Unioia. Clarksville Plow. TTTE are now agenta for'thU celebrated Pinw T wnicn weoeiieve u the bestln use. and keep a full stock alwan nn ,.., cTfi,?a deri POP.TEK: TAYLOR i or' 1013 o.53 Union street. DS. J. J. ROSS, aurgo oa X3 ontlst. 363 BAIS fcTKEET. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN, by the use or pnreMtrotu Oild a Gas.