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MEMPHIS, TJEBTlSr., TUESDAY, ISTO'VEMIBJSR 17, 188.
IfOn HKf- trPHXmV Eti HOUSE. The r s ."
X Meeceof J. Stanwo d Meukon, Brinfcioy
beroit0HlowtrU to a party of undouhted
(ifeBSfeTJVriK OIf LONQ TIME,
tiriil'. lei or crund c rnroi-iVn
SHigaS 1-b 1 U) reot front on Tcn-
niieeby 3KtTretonTBl.dsint.' Ar-ly to
. R. DU DLE FRAY EK. Attorne -.
tiotIM jj .is son -treet.
"ho Cuban Sfovesncnt in
" - O .-leans a-Mytii. '
RNT. A Front hoohl in tbe 'houre.
BVt-T63- rem n eet. snitaol f--r rotfn
m Of Hie AjneaL Ironlm of Jft K
El&jittke Appeal offlee. - ocw
;fV PCS SAI3.
1I . f
E OS-HALE.-Saloon Fixtures, Stock, and
Boirtl-c house FU'Mtarc, corner hMsca
and cpnd itret. App;y on ih proraK-ea,
audeBiiKO .RS at'orneis o W. B It !m- .
B3KE"n'rlrs t& wlmad.ctcvey Ju.ee Red
iaaa3Tn'eslln cA1ai4. Per ens irsmui
unicDa eg ol lalN -1H flense call ou the
Li'OK KAlE. -plg t liojnell A Rodman
t lai dstn fiptuu tod-feht-lbv atnatles The
From theXewOrlcansPloayune of Saturday.
it is astonishing bow great an excite
ment will Spring up from an Idle rufnor
or & leiegiam which has absolutely no
uuuuiuod in, laer, jSi.'oret&e publics
iion in Ihe ne'wrpipera of tbe Wnshlng-
Lciriiu uHuceruiug log murcmitiil
on Cubs, which was to- be made from
"-veral large cltiep, of which New "i'lirk,
New Orlraus nnd Mobile were men
tioned, there ws no wbl$pr of mob a.
miug id tins cny, even among nipn who
are u.-ually Conversant with each mat
ters. Siuoa the publication of that tele-
grHrn, nowever, ruoiyr has run riot,
"SfeVrrai of our contemporaries have pub
Ifehed st&tenienis w&icb have but eddi-d
fuel to the Are, and the coneequence is,
that Ihe belief of a contemplated move
meet frjm this point ha gained ground,
not only hire tut in Washiest u Tbe
nojegnsnoi ua leain lerris, Trhica wilt be i it i is I "'u'u
VeSSffmodtUni. TsHar'liE&.tll and A. II. 1 UnittU States Marshal, Qu. Heron, re
IiS6aIS-SSji com! rret . novwr j oeived a dispatch yosteriy, to take ac
r" UB JHBAX Ftt-.PKIl. Y. OMJUX-UlC tOt
OOrtO. FLAN TATION on lb rtt Frn-
rjirr, fix tulles went o Caasell Bend, en the
Mssp..l liver, . on'ln. 1WC aaro aboM
60 In ealUra.'io l)irri lt.g, om HSOj-c, and
all nat h bsg. THi ptaee as lugass ac;
paae on ttae river, und ril iue a tuie to tbe
It Is a very superior p'ce aDd 4 very
live measurato arrest . any attempt to
organize a filibuster party in this city,
and is utterly at a loss how to DrocetJ.
being fully convinced, from all informa
tion st hia command, that the wiinl,
thing is a myth, existing only in thr
very fertile imagiuation of a few excita
ble individuals. He rem&rked jocosely
that he believed be ebouid have to etili
j upon thereporters of the press for their
1 information, us tney seemed to Know all
j about it. We bfggtd him, whatever he
istb, I will i mignt do, not to arrest the uouulo-neaued
gin, as we fciirowaiy suspected the state
ment in rogara 10 ner Having been
KgodjradenrM Ragivtn. rne i raucu rve.
paeeiaiiAnUiaLJLU LUioce iwice m. (t&.
. sflT G A WOVALIfc
aoylt lv BgTMin wrw M-rophls.
-C RilTfRDAY. DKCE44BK;i
Mt?JVlfitf uTOfl coBtaltiirjg 4 IS A errs, sit-
ISSSrlVDSbot. Terms TiBdekrownttlnseoi I cuowhi lettuer 01 me espeuuion was a
5ra H-Fwand J. I. SHEKROD, j joke.
aortsiaffiw Adminii.traiore. j geriourfy we do net bo'ieve there is
)R eaUt-A Tvo-st4ry r raqts c-itHee i nuy suca organizaiion or niiousiera in
an upright and an honest man a prac
tical, great-brained man a useful man
to-.hi3 nation and his generation a fa
ruu3D man who h&s Justly earned bis
celebrity and, withal, the worst dressed
man iu ttlb or any other country, even
though ha does take so thundering much
pains and putB oajiomany frills about it
By Senator TTilson,
uated on leased gr ends, Ufte haviL g eii?ht
rears to ran. A bargain is o-cr.-a. Aaorw
Loeb-borjsa, dtr. aovlt 4t
VXS SAtiB. A flrst-oJss .L-istiliry, Ma
Xs clunoiy, efcs etc, Urey new, a2l In
good order. Till be sold low If lemadtet: op-
HaBdo'pn raMlf3!&At river ferlUge, or
at Mritton's Alefcopte. JtSFront. novll lm
d-b??S M-'kss been talked of, though
havli g eieht we ar WfcH aware that there are several
tnotwsrjd meu cere out of employment,
who would gladly join any expedition
giving premise of something to do, and
T?OR HAU! AT A BAWJAIK. A beanOfoi
BUXl.inG i.OT on Foplar street exieiidtd
AHo. KA11K ol 36k ftcxes obAJa&o ere-
Jeov aatppex'r.Cotten Press.
TTOH SALE. A ifood cesa&d-band STKAM
Xlla ETlrato Habits
SAW itlliL aua fixtures dlcotnplt-le. In- j
Smire of llenry T. Jone-, Atm'r of U'a. C. II ar
iisii. deceived, at Gerrnantown. for terms.
KESRY T. JOSE. Adm r
ocl lwlvr o W. C. Harrkon, dee'd.
orjrHJRRAjr iiANis and EEEIDSKOE for I mRxims that only early rklog can feeep
f5.wj.1j; oa east Tbbhs. idy lsss, S milec the hoalth unimpaired and the brain vig
eiwt!otb6.cMy,.:ire fotysateiion tsraisto suit ) oroua. He then wakes up all thehouse-
From Wlltes' Spirit of the Times..
Mr. Greeley gets up at three o'clock in
the morning; for it is one of his favorite
land. -srtU bi sold at a sreil bargain, fc.r case, beautiful lines,
JrZ r.T-lrS mr " to bed and early to Use
SSteTS fee lyf ' 1 7 ' y1'"1 a m&a Healthy, weal l.y and wlc,"
Jew " sr. v. thszevakt. , he appoints each individual's task for
the day, nets him at it with encouraging
word?, and goes back to bed again. I
mention here.Jn no fauli-finding spirit,
but with' the deference jdstly d; 9 a man
who is older and wiser and worthier than
I, that he snores aw'ully. In a moment
of irritation, once. I was rash enough to
y I never would sleep with him until
he broke himself of this unfortunate
habit. I fcsvfi kept my word with big
oted and irn wavering determination.
At half past eleven o'clock Mr. Greeley
rises again. Jie envea nimsetf He
rrx-cn the New York Independent
Thie significant question was asked by
Wendell jflillllps on tne eve 01 me eiea
tion. Mr. PbillitH seems to distrust Gen,
Grant, and the men who gave him their
support. I have undoubting confidence
in Gen. Grant, and tue men wno nave
inario him President of the United
auttea. If he or they shall fail to " peek
the tbiues that make for peace : " If they
sbaii fall to secure equality or rignia ami
Drivi rces to all citizens 01 tne umtea
States. : if they shall fail to establish ju
ticfl und protection to all men in their
right to think their own thoughts, utter
their own sentiments, and do as tbey
please, provided . tbey- do not interfere
with tho rights of other men. Mr. Phil
lip' distrust will rest on a better founds
U n than my confidence.
Of Gen Grant 1 nave seen mucn. j
have read what he has written, and
studied with some care bis acts. I have
heard him cod verse with public men for
tioura ou matters pertaininc to public af
faire, civil and military. His deeds are
historic; and they make him one of the
ureat hiBtono cuaracters 01 tne rrc,
What he has written i3 before the coun
try and his enemies have found nothing
in it even for hostile criticism. In ail
the hours of his conversations to which
I have iistened, I do not remember him
to have uttered a trilling word or an illib
eral or unjust sentiment. I have great
faith, confidence and hope in tbe Bepub-
tlcan party eo mucn isun, ioduucuub
and hope that I have never written a line
or uttered a word to disparage, distract,
or divide it, believe that It was brought
into being to meet the needs 01 we coun
tryto do a great work for the nation, for
man, nnd for God. But, great as I be
lieve this party to be, I have never, since
T known him. Questioned GeD.
Grant's fitness to be its leader.
1 hbve uadcubticg faith that Gen
Grant wlil provo b.mseif as worthy to
load the Republican party, for the next
four yeare, aa he was to command the
armies of tbe United States. I believe,
too, that tho Benublican party will prove
itself aa wcrtby pf euoh ft leader as did
formal reception at Pike's Music Hall
should ba extended to the gusts on the
evening of the first day or the meeting
December 2. This reception, It is pro
posed, enau comprise a promenaae con
cert by tne zouave lisnd, a drill, a
tuncn, cic , bo arranged mac me
straqgers may have an opportunity to
mix freely with tbe members of our
Chamber of Commerco and become well
acquainted. It is expected that admla
sion shall be confined to tbe members of
tbtrCbamber and their families, and
none admitted except on invitation
tickets. The gentlemen selected to have
chorge or this matter are Mesere. A. t.
Goshorn, Edmund Dex'pr, P. A White,
t U. Bennett and u. tk-Jsnyaxt,
It was thought there would, be re
quired some printing1, and Messrs. Geo,
B. MoLauchlin, Geo. 0. Weldler, J. H?
French aud James B. Wilson were se
lected to attend to that.
It was also deemed necessary to have
a general committee or attention, some
of wnom could be at nana to snow such
courtesies as there may bo opportunity
for during tho intermissions of the meet
ings of tne iJnard This general com
ruittee comprises the nam's of William
Hooper, R bert Buchanan, Wm. Woods,
8. Lester Tavlor. Georce Taylor, Charles
Beakirt, James C. Butler,- A. E.-Cham-
V. Tavlor Jones, SamueJ Jb Covington,
M. tireenw.-ou, William itesor. ittoert
Mitchell, Henry Pearce, M. Werk, W.
U. In ell, A. ). Uuiloafc, rj. j. li rton,
William Aubrey, William Henry Davis,
w. ejuairer, tf. w. jone, li. ateuuman,
F. E. Suire, Tboraaa Sherlock, Georce
Bbillito, C. W. Rowland, N. G. Nettle-
ton, Morris Orum. William P. Phipps.
James rrszer, j. u isobin, rsriggs fcj.
cunuinxbam, -B. r. israsnan, John D
Minor, R. M. Bishop, J. L. Keck, O.
Perin, E. J. BueklnKham, A. S. Wins-
low, M. Addy, James McKeeli-D, J. Jj.
Taibott, j.h. Porter, 11. Morris John
ston, John Titus, W. H. Lowry, Thomas
jJiejrs, onoree ii. saoenbenrer. J. W.
oiotey, M. w. atone.
Tbe report was approved and adopted.
it is oxpecteu mat tne Ccncrai com
mittee v. ill apportion any duties of a
specific character that there may be, and
an 01 tnom are invited to meet the Spe
cial Committee on Tuesday next, at
hnlf-past 3 o'clock, at the Merchants'
COTTOn GOMM fSSIOI?.
KO BEHUy IS 1G9.
MAHUP ACTO R Y w M.
TZfiS Barclay Street, If.?.-
A. W. SPROUL os CO
i Ho. Tl Fourth Street BLLtmU.
280 FreHt Street,
E. B. WEBBER,
rayette Co., Tonn.
Cor.Foarth and Mtla SU., Liouisvllla.
JOHN yt. -WEBBER.
Fayette Co., Tens.
E. B. WElS.i(.HnA.
3 O O N'PAOT OBS
General CommlsiloD Serc&anta,
430 FRONT STREET, : MEMFHI3, TEKIT.
2Conftl!mmentg af Cntfyin Tnh.v,
Grain (solicited. Liberal advances made on
consignments Ibl store. BogglnE. Rope and
Plantation BUDDllea rarnlxtani t
market ratex. anl Jm
T. B. NOHilENT.
A. P. GRAVES
NoVsTsw Siiirlsa jstrtet, SeyOrleanSt
M'COWH, NORMENT& GRAVES,
Comer Wathlnzton and jUrawford Streeti,
General Commission Merchants.
ITo. 4 Howard's Bow.
rjp.8TAiR3. : 1 s Memphis, tzjjn
CBazcrlne. Rone. T1m mH pianttin
. vj. nms-jin
Irving Block, 254 Second Stt Memphis,
"HAVE FOE SAJjE IK" STOHE OKillf BO;
ocll-aali 6m Out
BO BERT It. BfcAZTIaHD djff
COTTQ2T ANB TOBACCO FACTOWS
" X. 2Sf?-
HASOVEB B. ILHIX6S, - HAXOVEli FOHATIE. WRWife.
t . - - - - r tin,
ST Advanoot aade on Shipraotits to laverpool end iniidoa- oc24jlra
F. W. SRVisE & CO.,
sproule & mm ih Commission Mereliants,
Xo. 278 Front
- Over B. .
Taylor & Co.,
Troubles In iittle Kivcr County, j
A Groiv for 2Jrlilsli Sportsmen.
X mo Hied -with etti
or ay boam, 41 i
nev 6 tf
I a dall.razpr, imtlmes hummiiig a part
I of5a"tune?(he kiows pnrt of a iun, Hud
tes inseoeut df light in re girdtDg it as
ifieififst half of Old Hu wire-a : tut parties
itaftiar with that hymn have felt
hWg'ed to confesa that tbeycould not re
ootsnize it, and. therefore, tbf noij'e hp
! reaiiardaubtlea an uncar-.tdoua origi
ftal rf"MVGreelev'i,) ai d sometimes,
' I l. .. .... : t I u
1 MjottaM Johon. ,dc-d,by tr ni of fcottpantes himsg f With a 'nrmula like
sb ordrr irf t e h le p.ooeie Ourt o- ' this: " Dauiu thedsmtied raz nil the
o4at Of ,id Jr.ho M. Joh-s r, whici lY-nt-I-is d3mul oU Cet WOO fUS.ae 1 It. 11. U.
to 7I aorrs o: irl n i taa-.-s onn y, n-sr ' Ho then gOrS nut into his model Rftr
at,Ad"s tnh- h sh si b nder; eld i-leto dew, nudapijlii s bjs Va6t store i f nj;rieul
Ifijr. nViDAY wmrTtBOwleJge to the ?eiior.ion of
ik n-.vkmukk a. t 16-s. a cr.iin n oaatwHes: aiier wnicn i.o writes au
ttrwve mon-tfi win
Al xsk av cotoconiocas r re on
Fvest Kew, betwean OOQrtaad rfT-rson,
tnMabie fur PravlMoas, etc. e of the Vs
lUBtk. In tk city. Ako, a ipltH4td larxe front
QMte OSes, ever the ,
A.fpyto J. J. a:DREWH.
WTf Oronme-et! HoW
Froi the London Telegraph.
" I believe it because it is impossible,"
wrote a defiant disputant of old; and it
is only ou that principle that we can
give any credence to the terrible report
that U ere will be " no Darby next year."
We feel what a shock it must be to every
well-regulated mind even to read these
wards: and we should be loth to circu
late such peculiarly painful intelligent,
hail not a sporting contemporary already
broken the news. It is asserted that tho
l ....... , 11.. T..hn rtnliwa .IT 1 i fl ATtonila
considers . there great virtue and econ-, f ' T ttenbam Corner to the furzes, is
omy in shaving himself. H does it with ! n nrotwr. of a Mr. Studd: that
he demands a thousand a year for it, in
stead of tho three hundred a year ob
tained bv the former owner: that the
Grand Stand Committee rejected the de
mand. helieviuc that tbey could make
Qvr couraa; that they now find out they
cr.uuot ;'ittd that Mr. Studd, incensed
atthe quarrel, declares that, ' no mitttr
-whattitrms thov oifer," tbero aball be no
Acing nn' bis 'grounds As miK-t p-opl
Ute Mnktwr. ez-i'ti'e his bond with tv
ee4 Md appror d o -iu. with a lien re
taednpon tfce pr i-ri? for Uinp.y&et nf
teeuiML Tbiere me hnn!re1 aeri-a cleared
lasd, MOud aestM' nc bou-es and not houses.
EAMUKL J. J!HSON
novll l&wjw Administrator.
l T the next (ueeaber) ter;n of the O-trStr
il I. ear Of taeimf
be Kjje able agricultural-article for tbe iostruc-
r. I will - D&lv to tie
MOd t crt ( have an v dmin'Mratnr apn lnted
upon mcwaw vk n uiuuu aw, uro-wi . . . , , . . . , , -
Dovwia4w i onads with a fiv in it sometimes s
tion of American srm-rs, bis sou!
cheered ttm while with the rfi-ction
that if eabbsgrs were worth $11 apiece
hi- model farm would pay.
He next goes to breakfast, wbish is a
frugal, stsicmiocs meal with him, and
cu.sieta of nothing but just such things
&3 the market nfibrde nothing mote.
He drinks nothing lut water nothing
whatever butwater, and cotlee, and tea,
aavlng bo-in- wUh on ivlll find
X 'dBrAeBt7'-W BRADFtlRn, folly an
tberlr d to mitlce celt ementi Ht the htore of
Um i. A. VaeMroAOoSH !' t street,
.ngrfi Jin W-K. HILL CO.
CHAS. A. CKOATE,
COUNSELOR AT LAW
BoHaltor Iu Baelipaptpr; I
Boa.S70(ecDl fetreel. and 4.ji0 SlalaSU,
tr Mv dalles m Counaei for tbn General As- I
nee nave ,1 w muslk tut; jttojwcc- wn
faSpmaO noviz lm
ho'ise-fly end sometimes a horse fly, ac
cording to the amount of.inspiration re
quired to warm him up to bis daily du
nes. During breakiait he reads the Tri
bune all through, and ecji.ve the eatis
faoiion cf knowing that nil tho brilliant
thine In it, written by Y:uog, and Cook,
aud Haizardj and myself, ate attributed
to him by a confiding and infernal pub
lic. After breakfast he writer a short edi
torial, and puts a large dssh at the be-
gianing of it, thus ), which Is thn
same aa if he put H. G. after it, and
takes a a&vage pleasure Ju reflecting that
none of us understrappf-rs oan use that
dab, except iu prof&ne conversatioD
wiieu ehtflng over th outrage. He
writes this editorial in his owu hun!- I
know. th entries for the Derby aro
tnade lo- g before the event, ai:J the con
liitioba i rcfiselv specify the very course
which is now Mr. Studd's property ; the
race could not be ma elsewhere; and ll
the arrangt-men's for the D. rby of 18G9
would be null aud void entries, bets and
all should tbai-nd-owner refuse to give
way In fact, there could be no Derby
next vear ! But. as we have said, the
Inc s impossible. As Mr. Pickwick
rtmarksd, when ho and his friends were
forced to lend about the country a raw
boned white herse, " Tnla is like a horri
Let ns tuppose, on next " Derby " day
Studd, iu a brown study, alone, rejoicing
over bis decision : liptom silent ana a
serted ; and then, companion picture,
tb people of England in acger and
in clnofla We do not believe in tbe be
i ine who could face such a fact " There';
no such man." uouiu ne caimiy "lay
his hesd on bis pillow," like a juryman
and bearln fancy tbe c'noru3 of condom'
nation from the foraged Britons cheated
out of their day ? Could he, unmoved,
see In his miud'a eye the tears that
trickle down the lovely cheeks of those
deprived of that "little trip" which
they had been urn raised so long? Could
bo face, utjilinchiDgly, the possibility of
a ceputation of costermopgere, coming to
bear what ne nsd to eay iu extenuation
of hl3 unprecedenteu crime I Jiut wo
have no four that extra legal means will
be neeestwy. After all, Studd must bp,
most probably is, human. ChiWren
AtlUT 7XKZ, CHAKUB W. AJtAVR, I E. MEZ
i take as inordinate pride In his penman-
He hired out once in bis young days as
I a writiDE-mastor, but the enterprise
i failed. The pupils oould not translate
Altornejsiolkilors & fxetiovs ! SMS? XLT&n re6
ward," and they got It " Washing ritb
ADAMS & HIKE,
Aivri;i) le cams In tbe diet rent Cort lt-
fn;at Xemphi. and In the river conaUes
tianior partner wll! hreafter flppe- t
te ttu la we .MMpemeixxin oi
of lite rinlteS Sxl! at WaA
. Mu of tbe flrax of fTKK & SOUS-
. of " -
OCloafllfie MADAX VIKGKSfT BLOOHj
comer of Conrt and Meeond Mreetc . -
EOSEK W. J0HSBOH.
k - r'i
m ll".U'.- 1 , ,t-i-.j iT,..' l t I
writing. He does it beoauehe i so vain UBV" twce-u. w ..o
, ,VB ,. iST -.ho: he ha? "satat good men's feEsta;"
rest of us, but they can not have alto
Klher soured his disptwitiou. The Grand
him ; but what crima have we the poo-
pie oi iuciana committed, mat tie
fhould hate aa witn such a deadly hate?
What shall we do to appease him?
Would he like to be " Marquis, Duke,
perhaps Lord Mpyor "Governor Gen
eral of India, a Life Peer? He has but
touKni'-' his terms, and, sooner than lose
the Derby, we will grant anything he
asks. Oi courne, like JRrostatus setting
lire to too Temple oi u:aaa, ne may
PIKE & JOKNS&N.
AttornejF) Oonasellsrs Solicitors
WASHINGTON, D. &
rrfflta arm ytl practice In the United BiRtec
,'Xltgprtaoe !ort nd Cycit&f taaJnivihd
irtl aWend lette reeov enr of debM, aeeonnu
and a&lBU aesliH tbe uoTernmer.t orlBdl-
vianti(,aBd to "uiineas be.ore Centre-sor In
tbe Uspartawota. v !
hapil0?9sber of the firm tletAOf the i
MeMpUfe Apprh3t twg Keen tenSwTi imlie '
hlebret eeartt of the country ; andthejnnior
soap fs wholly abf-anl," and so the trus-
tees discharged him fc-r attempting to '
convey bad morals through the medium j
of worse penmanship. But, aa I was j
saying ne writes ins morning euuonais. j
Then be trie 8 to read it over and can't do i
it, and bo sends it to the printers, aud
tbey try to read it and can't do it; and
'Bo tbey set it up at random, as you may
say, putting in what words they can
make out, and when tbey get aground
on a long word they put in "reconstruc
tion " or " universal sTiirrsge,"'and spar
off and paddle ahead, and next morning
if the degraded pubi'o can tell what it is
all abuut they say H. G. wrote it, and if
they caut they say it is one of those im
becile understrapper., and that is tbe end
On Sundays Mr.Greeloy alt in a prom
inent paw in Mr. Crispin's church, and
lets on that he is asleep, aud tbe con
gregation regard it as an eccentricity of
When he is going to appear in pub'Jc,
Mr. Greeley spends two hours on bis
m auv truu t mou tor I uun'i i IT i .. . . . x t
jio.iih&d Imtc-eii'rirDw in dtprtmeau.liiH4 1 toiiaj. xieis tue most psmsiaEing end
in i: k mn- yran or fown : eiaoorate man about gelling up nai uress,
3ther boMBew '
ar.vic in be ncm aud fc"! Joy "k i Uiat Uvea in
covet Jhe immortal fame that would
surely await the destroyer of the Derby ;
but it is-better for Studd to be romem
bered with blesaiDg-i than to go down
down very low--to posterity, with exe
crations vented in every English dialect
from ail ciaves, occupations nnd ranks.
and consoled only by the consideration
that be couid never do any thing worse,
for "nothing cuuld he to damnation add
greater than that."
Preparations hy tne Cincinnati
Chamber cf Commerce.
WmOHT, HcEISIOS & ViSlOUT,
Attt'orne-Ks at Law,
Amerios. This is his
pieagantest foible. He
puts on hts old white overcoat, and turns
up tho collar. He puts on a soiled shirt,
aavrd from the wob, and leaves one end
of the collar unbuttoned. He puts on
the most dilapidated hat, turns it wrong
aide bofw, cents It on to the back -f iu
head, and jams an extra dent in the side
From the Cincinnati Commercial of Saturday.
Tbe committee of members of the
Chamber of Commerce who had been
selected to take charge of all matters
pertaining to liio hospitalities to ba ex
tended to the National Board of Trade,
yesterday made a report to the Cham
oer. Tho spirit governing the report is
emoouied iu tue loiiowing extract:
" It is not tiio intention of your com
was very fa. , ,
Morrison." WlltO?; JjWtnb&r,
Bloomfield," fWhiir Tneretann'K la the South
a capital repr&rd etab lbedJu MkcspMn 17. Butfd
but honest COi8' aB ktBda. iT"et a d r--u.li
cnaracters w ere heroarMi. utuzwi Mi. enc-
Ucraoia. im I it, Mllmbi and It tie ves arnunil
of it. He puts on his most atrocious j mitteo, nor Is it the wish of the .National
b Kte, and spends fifteen mrautes tuck Board, tkat we shall follow the example
iBdiuoivi uio ty&uiu imu ius uixn-nifj, ir our .costem -cuies iu ciapiay, or in
juacatrc wound niWt tetecM to be u
ing. To-night DorSi wA4b". 6,r-et, '' 'iver,
we hope, a rail hom "
in wht Rhnll seem the most carelees abd
unstudied- way. But bis cravat It f
intu the arrangement of bis cravat that
ho throws ail his soul, all the powers of
his great mind.
After fixing It for.forty minutes before
the glaw it is perfect It Is askew every
way it oveiflows his coat collar on one
side and elnks Into obllvloi; on tbe other
Miles' Cloth Gal'tr F.nUnir
MainetreBt, Bioe & Eng.
neck the knot Is const icuouslv dlsslaved
under his left ear, and it stretches one of
Its loug ends straigbt out horizontally,
Fob Coughs. eold. um
' Ilrown 'k JiroBchial Tract
tneiremcacy oy a tett of ms.
fhes are highly leoontmSn
zny. Tiiose exposed to SKfaloD obm
f hey tilve prompt rehei ! jRtS1fSw?'li15 lw
FllltlD?. and tbe otber goea after his eye, in the
I itoih! old Toodles fashion, and llivn. mm
i t . - i - i " "
hr.-a''.",?sed ?buje-1 nl&efy aud marveiously appareled. Mr
P"lnl?Z,1DJ'il JJ. . Greehy strides fortb, rolling like a sal
ts, ri' bjn,ciibJ.iKi ' lor, a miracio .f astounding costuirerv.
i i.i vtninenei.
i of Alab.uia
the swh aud wouder of the nations !
Hut I haven't time to tell tbe net of
hi private habits ! Suffice, it that he is
fumptu .us entertainments, such as were
eo geuerously protlered during tho pre
liminary meeting iDoiueni to me forma
tion of this national institution ; still,
wo feel it an absolute necessity that ecme
mark of reepect should bo shown to the
delegatts, aud an opportunity given
them to meet our citizens upon a social
footing when they become acquainted,
personally, with our members. As to
wbet the citizens, as Individuals, may
extend in private entertainment, or our
city, in her corporate capacity, may do,
as a testimonial of its appreciation of
ttiis national mercantile body, we can
not yet report, but have reason to be
litive lhat. In both cases, our guests will
te recognlz-d with kindness, and treated
with mutt courteous respect "
The committee recommended nothing
tpeoiftUy to be done, excepting that a
Col. J. M. Sindidge famishes the
Shreveport Gazette with the particulars
ot tno tragical events wmcn recently
occurred In Little River county, Arkan
sas, we copy tne relation as we una
reeorled In tbe Gazette of the 7th :
Under tbe leadership of a few Yankee
asu home-brewed Radicals, the negroes
had, for some timo, been under military
training, ana were on parr.de at Rocky
Comfort on Saturday, the 24th ult.
About 10 o'clock oa the morning of
that day Major Andrews, revenue col
lector, Lieut. Willis, bureau agent, and
R. H. Staudal, sheriff, (Imported Radi
cal) were halted in tbe road some few
miles from Rncky Comfort by Cullen
Baker and four or five others, and Au
drsws and WiUia wero killed. Staodal
escaped, and taking the news to the ne-
gross, wno happened to be under arms
at the time, they became terribly ex
cited, and many bloody threats and some
hostile demonstrations were made, hut
they were kept in check by Daniel Simp
son and a few other prudent white men.
It seems that Baker "went for" Lieut.
Willis, with whom he had an old ac
count to settle, not purposing. to inter
rupt any oue else, but he was rid ing in a
buggy or ambulance with Mjur An
drews, anu Dotn were Hilled at tbe sime
The citizens universally deprecate the
wunie matter, ana especially regrut tbe
death of JIajjr Andrews, who had made
friends of all of them. This terrible state
ot things mu-it go on and increase
Fbould the Ktdical party persist in thei
fiendish pu'pose of subordinating tbe
men of their own race to the rule of the
naif civilized black man. There will be
Uuilen ISasera in everv couatv of the
South, and somebody will certainly "go
lor-- au wio euiist iu i ucn a sen e me.
CURIOUS WILi CASE.
U N D 5 R
W. S. PICKETT & CO..
(Successors to Wermeley, Plokett & Co.,)
OdttOXL jF act
General Commission Merenants,
CONSIGNMENTS of Cotixm nrl nll,.rp.n.
VJ dnee tollclttd. on whlen ad-ran.- u-in ho
made when required.
Those who ore still Indebted to the lateflrraa
of Wormely, Joy t Co., a nd Wormeley , Plcke tt
v., aro uotiutMi uj come zorifaru ana settle
wltheut del&y, ss looser indulsence Till not be
ABE HOW RECEIVING
K. A. MOOJf,
Cottca factor, Produce and Commission
232 Front Btres t, Memphis, Tcnc, Oommerclal
rpHAIi KFOL for the patronage of the post
i season (farexceedlneanrthtnz T rnnl.1 hum
( ressonably expected under the ctronmntances),
I it atfords mo pleasure to again offer my 6er-YioeRtothtr!l&nt!Hrcominnnltv-fwMi?-inr
phis as a market for the salo ef their Cotton
and other Products. My personal attention
-will be devotHl to the sale of all Consignments
from my friends. iJy charges, as heretofore,
for sellln? Cotton, wUl be One Dollar per Bolt
Cbmnunozu. CanshrnmnU In transit nr in
store insured in my Opn Policy, unltts ln
6t rooted ta the contrary. Liberal advances,
and f upplies of all kinds furnished at the low
est cash irlcee.
eetKa "4fim K. A. MOON.
a. B. WUiLIAJIBOK.
X FO NTAI2TB.
WILiilAMSONe HILL & CO;,
ifr r . ,
GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS a COfISSiON EBGHfeS
326 Front Street, Memphis, Tennessee' - -Tic
IN view of the near appiorcb of the Fall seon. It aTords ns mcch pUittrvinliitlStbelxir.
able to call the attecUoa of our friends sxd the puUtcat large to onriecesUyfealarxedttcckr
UI UUUU2, VUWJUiUUg IU JUllVII D i , t
100 hhds iltfoa Side.
SOO bhls Pork,
20 hhds B Shoulders,
BOO pcsKenlncby Esrsrlnr,
ion colls llaciilne Kope,
200 bbls mi'4 Her. Rcsars,
ICO asrksCeflsr,-' Sm, vm
109 b&ls itoliiaste,.,,.
And all sncli articles nsnal In our Hue of baalEeea. " '
BSTAs heretoforo. Mr. HILL (of onr flrml trill rrive his undivided mttmifr . A J&-rt
Cotton consigned to us, ami hope to be able to give such satisfaction a has met his erroiuVon
previous occasions. - atSjInr
5. E. IiOSSTZE.
C01S. W. EEAL20FEB.
GROCERS, COTTON F h Xlftf3W&
209 .Grain Streat, 4 Doors 'E"ort3i of Adams, JSsmphis Tenn
FA-LL M WINTER
Negroes Suelng for the Fsfatc of
a Former Master.
Frcm the Columbss (Qs.) San, Nov. 7.
An interesting case nas baon Droeress-
lne Detore uruinsrv xiaer for two davs.
anu pernaps win ue conciu led to dav,
Mr. Thomas died i-everal weeks aeo.
Oniy oue will his been found, and It was
made in 1852. In it, he desired that
about twenty-live of bis negroes be car
ried by his executor, after his death, to
Liberia, as tbey might elect, and there
set iree tney ana tneir posterity forever.
He then desired the residue of his pron-
. t 1...;: i . . i
rnj, iucmuiuj- s-juiu euziy oicor negroes,
who also were his elaves, to be reduced
to money. He required that his debts,
whicb are small, hia executors and thn
expenses of transportation of the negroes
to be freed, be first paid, and then da-
sired the remainder of tho funds to h
divided among tue negroes thus set fre.
and divided iu specified proportions, on
men arrival i.i. lueir uew aoines.
mere now remains nineteen nrrrnoa
who claim tha property of deceased nn.
der thin will, which his relations ar en-
ueavor;ag to break. The estate is worth
at least S50.000. and mar exceed thu
sum by many thousands. Mr. James K.
Redd, who 19 the only eurvlvinrr execu
tor of th9WllI, has preeonted It for
bste. Gen. H. L. Banning and James
Ai. nussen, jisqs., counsel for caveators,
proposed to introduce him to prove that
Owen Tiionise had often said to him that
he no longer considered that document
his will, and that he was no loneer th
executor to carry out us provisions, atrd
that he (Thomas) considered it of no ef
fect on account of tha treatment he had
received from the beneficiaries under the
will, since it was executed, and that he
had made another will to suit his views
to the changed situation and
stances. To this the counsel for the pro
poundcrs, Messrs. Ingram & Crawford,
Thornton & William?, and Ramsey &
Ramsey objected. Abio arguments were
made by Messrs. Thornton and J. TT.
Ramsey, and Gen. Benning and J. M.
Russell, J3iq. The result was tho testl-
mocy or Air. Redd was admitted. It
win ce given to-cay, and probably the
argument continued on other points.
iuis oase win pernaps become an his
torical oue, as many points of great mo
ment aro involved. Tne will conflicts
with the law of Georgia, passed in 1863,
making it Impoeesble for negroes to ba
freed by will, svd has conditions, now
impossible to bs fulfilled. Whether re
cent proclamations freeing slaves render
mis law nugatory, or what eflect they
may have on tho conditions are among
the many mattera to be considered.
The Pope, according to the latest ad
vices, has been under the medical treat
ment of an Italian physician, who is re
ported to have given an unfavorable
opinion pi tne condition or bis patient.
The frequent aappuratlon of the distanpd
leg is ngarded as a dangerous symptom.
Tbe Pope, however, it 13 stated, is very
active, and appears otherwise to enlov
H. L. ilSACUiir.
-Deal ExcIusItcIj la Flno
Custom -MaSe Goods,
HAVING AMPLE MEAIfS, WE
BUY EXCLUSIVELY FOE CASH,
WEOLISALt AK3 SSIAH.
NO. 9 UNION STEEEr,
Stonewall Block, - - Memphis, Tenri
T) EFEItRTNG to tha above card.lt will be
XV seen that we have rnmpletetl rur mam
moth Storehouw.No. 9 Union street, "Stone
wall Block." and are now onenlnir no the
largest and most varied stock: of
groceries sn-1 Plantation Supplies
Ever brought to this market- We wllL be
pleased at all times to see and serve our old
customers, ami as many new as may favor as
with a calL Returning thanks for the very
llneral patronage ertcuded ta us for the last
fifteen years we hope bj prompinefs la all
things and strict attention to business to merit
a continuation of the same,
EaElnz. Kone and Iron Ties fnrnlshr-iJ t
lowest market prices.
uur iir. xiiK..iJWi.iiU wiu give his entire
attention to the sale ot Cotton.
Our il r. mkacham. one of the oldest Rm.
eery juercnai w in tne city, win give his nndl
vidod attention to the Wholesale Grocery De
partment. Call and see as; we will make it to your In
terest to trade with us. se9 3m
J.0.SEEI.T. S H.-BBOOSS.
H. M. JTHTT.T.
BROOKS, NEELY & CO.,
AND DSALEES E?
BOAT AND BAR STORES,
No. 376 Front Street,
(Between Court Madison,)
MEMPHIS. : t : TENNESSEE.
nmiH SEWING frllCHlNE
POINTS. OF BXCELLEA CS. .
Beauty and Elasticity of Stitca. "
Perfection and Simplicity of llaclilnsry.
Using both threads directly from, the spools.
No fastening of seams by hand, nd'aa waste
-Wide range of application without change oX
Tbe eeam retains its beauty and-flnnness
alter watniDg.antt ironing-
Belde3 doing all kinds of work done by other
(sewing siacmnes, me-e Macmnes secute tne
most beanliful and permanent Kmbroidery
ana urtamtntai wors.
C3"The very highest prixe.THBCKO OF
THE tEGION O&HONOP-was con'errfld on
tbe rnroetatlveof i&h Urovari Bzker Sein;
Machines, at the JSrposIllou Unl7eisalleTarlj:;
ISb7. thus attes ins t; eir great superiority over
ail oinercHwin; jiauiuces.
Send for Circular.
6B0VER & BAKES S. M.CG.,
novl lm 325 Main Stre t,
J. T. CASTWSIGHT.
TJESET &. CAETWlMGaT,
XO MASUFAOTDREBS' PROFIT TO PAY Commission Merchants,
No. SOO Front Streets
COTTON, Flour. Baccn, Lard, Butter, "Wines
and Liquors always on hanu.&ndfor sale
at the lowest market rates. Asents for Madi
son XX A.e. oo251ni
Facility (he Market- Affords,
WE WILL MARK IT
(Late Wormeley, Pickett & CO. J
COTTON FACTO It AND COMMISSION ME3
chant, No. 316 Front street, Memphis.
I shall continue the Commission Business at
the abovestandwhere I shall be hsppy to see
aU or mv friends, many of whom I ha ve served
for twenty years, and now again place my ser
yltet at their command, earnestly soiietlng
consignments of Cotton and ether Produco
raring them of my continued effertf toseTS
TO iHE ADVANTAGE OF ALL I 1rni3h6a. Rad nberal
main on Cotton in store. All Cotton lasur
ninss otherwise Instructed.
T a sperlu meUBg of Aaserona
I t T.fv! ft Iks nn V.' .i ti x r .vviilnr.
tha r.-tn ofAusost, ivss, iuucsh it: s
LEWIS was ExeELXJD roK tjj:asosic '
Said Thomas K. Lewis 1 an Kngltshman of
genteel sppearsuce, anout zt yearsoc i, o leet
10 Inches high, fair complexion, b'ae eyaaud
llht curly hair, and Is now supposed to be-in
the city or New York,
.it&scnlc papers and others friendly to the
Craft are requested to copy.
By order of tho Lodge.
JO N BEAMISH, Soa-etary.
November 10, 1S4S. covio
BET AIL SItiCi OF fifiotSBm
ITo. 115 BeaL Comer Horn aido.
BEING stc'ntr to remove to NO. 175 FRONT
street; rather than, move my stock. a
above. I-wUt sell tbe tame, tncether trlih tlm
(UnexplrtdTenaof my Ltase, t r
OtT REASONAB t B;EB3S;
tfapBheat&m i Is niada lmmcdiiiar iaV
oo WM- A. FjTCHNEB,
J.P. Corrnr. Cns. Covrcr; '
""Late wtlh rootPcilllpa &Cc, HccroaCorixar.
Olio ice Groceries.
a2 Msix Street, - -
' " - i 4 - 4 - ,
GayosoBIockJ MEMPHIS, TEN2T
JtTST re-el vShg. fxesb.asortmesta of, all lead
lug cKvi-lntrielr line.
Hhsker Preservl s. Je'-lie- assorted ;
Golden Syrup Family Syrup, Sagar House Uo-
. lasses r , , . . . i. t
OoSe-a Sio. Laiayra, Java and Mocha': .
The finest Teas .n the market; --
jaaraeru Ales ana'no. I : snimon-ln tits and
iic2eo, ui le r ittB, cod ush, la J bnli; and
XeIcated - -
Choice Lard in caddies and la Tin Cans, 10 Ss
"tt -Tji mill 'ft TV,j 7.. .
S.'tu feoods dellTercd free cr!efia?s
to any part or Uia rlty. ac23
DEA1I. JUcGIlUilS &,C0.,
jsS - J jfi
So. i Bread Street, 3esr Torfr,
Bankers & Commissoa"Mcpe&arit.'
3, cCHIPPSB. & NEPHEWS,
39 Ycaty Sir est, IStw TorISi'-
. m - - V
Liberal advances will hn raeSyfeerider-
nlgr ei op all shipments of Cotton-to the abbv
Orrics or Hahilto Lodgk. 1
No. 299, F. A.M.,
fflHIS is to notify all men, and particularly
JL tne urait, mat ui ili xj,iajhiu was, on
the Hth day of April 1833. evpelied. from all
the rights and privileges of M&sonry by Ham
ilton Lodza. No. ISJ, fnr nnm&sonle conduct.
ana tne action or Faiu xiocge was ratuiea oy
the Orand Lodge of Tennessee at the last An
HENRY J. LYNN, W. M.
Attest : Jons W. Ukaiiaji, Sstfy, pro tern.
All papers friendly to the cause of Masonry.
wUl please copy. oclSlm
Uliioe, .tst xsatioij.aiasanJ
f.tw Orlesss, Ls. , -
SWESSO 7t, .EEXiK. I S S, &iC0. ,
New Tora, '
General Conimlssfea Slerclianfs.
w. x. rsBsxas.
S. 21. SWEiSaX.-
FJORST CLASS G O OBS
Ojsters Sened In Ere:y Style.
W OPEN DAT AND. NIGHT. oc27 Ira
SPROULE & MoOOWN,
221 MAIN 8XBJEJBT,
Under "Worsliam House
BPI5AUWS, SOUIiE & CO.,
BO? ON, MASS.,
REPRESENTED IN MEMPHIS BY
THOMAS TlfOTJT & SOHS,
203 Front Street.
- Liberal advances made on consignments
of Cotton to the above house; and, 11 desired,
will be held as shipper may direct. seplT Sm
Iir.B.jtnisox,Ml5nawalia4nd. i.a iT.ininim
T. H. JCTJSOS, . Q. 1M.TTHSWS.
General Comralssloa Merchants,
Booms SS 4 St, Lee Block, Union street,
sa-Bagglng. Kopeand Iron Ties fnrslshed'to
our customers. Also, ail t-otion snipped to us
VnMOrmliuia othnrWiae Instructed. unitEa
WALTERS' KATiONIL HOTEL,
JM.WALTEBS, PROPRIETOR. A STRICT
. ly Crst-cluM house. seplS 6m
A. PIUSOE & CO.,
General Commission 3T erdiaala.
So and 2. Comcaerce Street.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to us. or cur New York, or Liverpool houses.
KAYS GOAL OOMPAS,
DEAL2K3 ta best PlttsbursiPCoaL; Coal
shiuped by tha car- load andJln.hos3i;eads.
OfilesSH Mala strei t, Memphis, .Tenru sezi U
COAJLs COAZs CO'LI:
MGTJHT C.H20IT' COAX.
AND EQUAL TO THE . - - , v
BEST SOLD IN THIS XABSET I
ri Is burned by a larga number of tie pria
clpal cltizam of "MernphlK. ero.o- prcnocm ce
lt equal to any ever used. For FAMILYAND
BLACKSMITH purposes hasnosopenar. Frea
mm sulphur, cllntrr or shite. Ordeis'lcft at
OfSee. B- 20 jaadiaon Street.- ' ' "
seplS W. a POrtTAI Agent.-
SADDLERY AND HARMESS.
4VX 1U1IVUUI A4LJ JSC.
C, H.CU5Z, J., ce.
Ksa af tha Golden SUtth, 14,';
1 j? wnts w4
WE have this day associated wl&cias a
Partner in the Cotton Bcsiaess,
F. & MO&EMEAJy, ESQ..
LATE OF NSW Y0BE. -
Mr. Morehead will devote his. espeslaT'ai:,'
tcntlon to the dtre-.I-on or eoasJsnmnta
to ocr. friends in all the prmcipir CutJ
Cach, Advaneea. in Cotton, hipmenta,. to cur
rrienfl la New Orleans. Baltimore. Boston.
PMlsdelDhla.andtothewell kDown iuuee or
inrZ ernTaii Co, New Ye.-fc, and to
BERING BK03 i'CO Xtrrpooi.
J. BEKENKiK, GoaaLER i CO.. - Mambursf,
wfu W J.LaNU'S SO 4CO- Breaun
Ki'CH LANTXtN .C - JrnmkfoTt tt
WH. ISii IN 4 t., - -. - J. 'farrr
FJUi S N OlTZBO ak - - ? :'-Ar.t,jXrP'
iriiiw "-r JKt coxojriji cOj.' .