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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TESnST., EJIIDA.Y. iSTO V BMBEH 5. 1869. VOL,. SO -IXC 6 u I THE NEWS. Tht? l'rfsn (invention of Alabamif will im-ft at Montgomery during -the HtaU" Fair. Sonif younp wnmrn of Yazoo coun ty. Miss!, have thcni-M-l ve raiwd ami shipjKHl to Nw Orleans this Sanson, i-ral liales of cotton. The Handslion) (Miss.) Itmtrmt, announce- that John J. Kcwlall has !wrn s le,tl as a candidate for the ' Iyilnture from Harrison county. lAst Imturday, at (irenada, Miss., the boiler of the mill of Messrs. Kol- ! lins hurt. ra using a loss of eight hundred dollars to those gentlemen. The Montgomery (Ala. ) Adrertifer ' nays: The (Jranti .lury found true' hiiis aaainst Judge Ely, M. J). Ilrain anl, Esq., Clerk of the Circuit Court, and others, e the charge, we leant, o! ' packing ' the City Court Orand Jury." A negro mimed Carey Oil more com mitted an infamous outrage on the I. r-n of a Mrs. IJrown, of Tike county, Ala., near the Bullock line, j on the 7th inst. The wretch ha.- leen arrested, and will likely I' (MinLshed to the full extent of the law. At the late communion in the I'ni vcrs;:iist Church, in Columlnrs. Ohio, : thirteen adult jr-iins were received, ; and six baptized, and a dozen morel will uuite wiili the church at the next ' commuuio'i. ltev. Mr. Bex ford fpeaks . ot the church as much revived. One of the Baptist missionaries in' Japan lately rtfased iveriniient em- ; plovimnt at Yeihlo. at a salary of $1, am'per aunum. At the same time he has been coiiijielleil to uarn money by ' t: v i literary work to support liim :o i, aad carry on his translation ot the Scripture-. The ioitowiiig arn the contributions I for foreign mission- from some of the Ieadiii2 or-.n:i.atioii- of this country: : AniTir'in B i'.-t'sitVir, . .1 .ard .Si-eS.HiT ,. SSi.7lrl Hoard ttrl 1 Kei..rUMI E ..iril ' Episu-npat ii ir t !.'' At as i.in of the Anieri-.in Board f i'.iiiinii i'i!H'r for Fori'n Mis sion, wfcft-h lias jut closed, a reiu tim mt unai'imoii-iy adopted to oe runv Jinfttt ;!- a missionary lield. Jt 1 ite.ul..trwl Ihii! fhi ltniv-ffi..nr will P Im foQowpd by the wboie t'hrltian world with lively interest. Tli' Jloiiipmo-: v Ai:i ) Mai! says: ' The tJmtui .Ii:rv i.f the fitv Court found a true i. .:i:ti-i M. I. Braiti ard. BBraet-bafC elerk of the t'irroit iVjurt. for an a ault viithn pisti-l with int-ent in murder Mr. Francis Yid tner. United States Internal Revenue Colleefcir." ThetHdSi-hool rresbyterian t liurch, dnriTisf tnu i-ast year.'gave $1 UK per h t member for .reign mission-; the C'onjrrejpitionaiists and New School Presliyicria:.- S! M, the Iteformi-d Dau-.'i i!t ivnts, the l'.piscopaliansttj ent-. Me MnMiodifftn M cents, and the Bipti-- ; i cetits. Tticsc amounts fncluuV Ufcua. The -V" tht ( Ww publishes alerter tr.:;i K.v. DC. iyi.;, which the edjtor thinks will pneipHHB the iong-talked of rupture in tin Protest ajit Kpi -copal Church. ACStTCSjnOBiV t .-;euk-s of the Uoetoras the leadtT of the aioveuK-nt, and that one ; bias! bin kHigte horu is worth a thousand Uj.3. The two Hri-byterian t'hurchs and Ikejfl toodiiit Oiurch have been IpM MMjra mries of anion wrirtlnaji in CSr- LSSfiBe, tlkin, a isttil hy the liev. Kdvvin M. L:., known a-";hechii-drv-i.'- preacher." Mor t'l.in liity iiave been ngn verted, and tho inten-.t i wideui;ir and is'x'niiig, including efciMran, y..u;( and adults. , At the la(' cananrtiitioM of Bev. Ozi V. Whittaker as MU-ionary Bishop for Nevada and Arizona, twetitv-four Bi-hop. wi-re prts n;, Bishop Mcli vaine presiding, and Blslmp Johns lu:cJi!tisr the germ a. The nea-y conatituted Iti-hop has not as yet found ;i glngle clergyman to accom pany him to iii- "dwtsnt Held. The o,uestioii i?, sjiali he go alone? Tic '1 u- ai.iosa (Ala.) Monitor of th- 96th, s;ivs atMjul ine hundred .sriii .'ii roue e into the town of New w threatening to hurn then to suppress the rode up to the store ard and gtve him no- L..V"ti lilue, hut Mr. Lexington, a thv place a Mmmcr. 'fh At Mr. V'HXl iuv i.o ! ave i ! d t,. 1 them and did not ieie ' worth a cent." rycretary Bcutwell writes the fol lowing icaaaa ta a Boston g'dil oroker taa -s-iling gold Hawe. "1 have Ju:i'i iiiani iiMjuiry that the receipts )t gold at ;! t u-ioiiihou-e do not ex C. .-.1 it:': auu'tits; hence we could not - .. Id iu BiMtou without siiip pitig it ;;..'!! N iw York, while la ail other cities where gold is Id in small uat:tili - tfce nceij Is exceed all ordi nary payments in coi.'i. I 1 - ' tiiwe mtti l have declined to make-sales m ikistu, aud incur the expanse and sk of i.o ing coin." lt'-v. Mr. Spurgeoit, the well known Bnpli-t prear)ier, u-iil to be tamou- lor it- couoc .sertiiolis and n.ctures but It I ran a.-i;ig years, uryuleacy and ilid children have a little so- H Wilt' l-eri! ii. The otlit-r day. however, out iu hi- old character. He 1 a h ctcre ou Ik-IIs, and pro aeaf with a larjfe collection u k.ndaoi u-IU to Utaaaaae ft. Among ..thi r-, there was ans aetl fixed in the rKf, i rend joker frenuently i iie of hi- point: OI a bell was -hown to emblem of prayer, the d. Hera Ihe lingiug irlfcin rojie belu. ' uli-d ou earth, and the !eil raiding ; v a t. gr. jiulled tti r' The iliiajlhn' a brief bet .- U tliOUgi. -igll. d bwa 1 ''n. H"; the w riter, uftl tion and love coanty CXotUn thetsirmt les lht-lil a't li't 1 up in Heaven. It t;-' il f (Kit -om.- people -. ).eutjy." , 'a. i f iaaa publwijes MU N'ev. York, which, ,-i.iv ' i'.," is evidelitiv or "A. PooT. in whicii rdecbtriu Uu d nira- I H' 111"- J'ono o WlU' .ayi be was I Mini, ami re of hi heart to see raapajaaa and bappot, -utio'i in pj'iti'.-s and cotnvru them selves mo re in ti" develop maat of their uiajarial fi--oun-'s, thaa would at do aommin .' of tht? Vorth thaoon AHoVcation to wiiich tbvy aiv entitled. When tl ey get raaaty, iiwy wiii vant ii ahaax tje It best j and power will follovi as au inevUahh) coia'iuence. 1 Bad the ever, ai ed thaa U' or theh-r their eOQn aaxaaspb haii'tsl tl je en Vir; iit ity of !-. u'lilcr circaiu-ttaiicAH of , : dinlcalty, has rather en-1 co - Uii rati n uith which they ai' pegs n i-i. The I !.:' . - ioutt 1 fiebis of ually l portion BaM saw uuite a J inia h doaaia i ot aaat wiii h' l xolu-. I ( Va.) IPaa, of s late iraS can le lui littii-: ''.ton, rice and sugar Im ruBtatss .nil grad- , n-oii) S irKinia a large copulation. This1 licad.v coliiiueiioed on a-. The ;aci mat Vir d from unler ueirroj vi n lie the jr. ;, is in the i on we!l tin- aoes year a t. e M ttu year v- pmuIh- thai may expact I lion af irgini If this naastf-j ward sindl ifi aud is not 6r v iii i- brouf want of lah r, ti ni - will come, , when irginia a nUnd-stili kir t to unless lUeJUWQile we cub draiA whli hue our loads all la.r ah then, taa before aianv ,,;,-.-,-! away, v'ii .?r BM -eeut itiOil. will ana will ii-.-. ui' ir ua .lwiucw . bora. lf sht can avoid the shoc-ii of a, . . ... . . I .. . , . ' . I . . . i I . 1 suii':i ami ali apt 'ss ' her iiMKir, make her VBUe accessions offset her high importance. Probably the pro- isting Internal Revenue laws In many black losses, ami thus pars gradually tests of isix and lsoj will be essential particulars, through tiie inevitable change, it may , reversed. It is suggested that the There is a general belief thnt the be all ; he better lor her. Liberal Bishops will advocate the present high tarriu duties will be A recent analysis of air, madi' by the idea that terms be made with the greatly reduced. Nearly every Coii Nev. V ork JieaUh itoard, dhioses the I King of ludy.vj that all appointments, ' greasioun here fevou a thorough tc- lUlowing interesting lacts: The pro- even of the Popedom, may lie confer- vision of the present Jaws. piittuju ol carbonic :uad gas ranges as ; high as eveii uaim ia a thousand. ! . . . . - J lien two parijs ol earooiiic aciu gas are present in any roon ,1 i nv iif eli.Al'lluw or vitf .e , . .. , . ... , . 1 ' that-is me limn o: lieailtnui nropor- noi p- " , " , er1 tion U bund red iks-soiis would in to the bVUabus, and it would be ab two'hours vitiau- on thousand cubic i surd to think that the Syllabus would feet of air lo . Jang, rous proportion be abrogated. It is more probable of one per cant. Every gas ) i produ- ! that the Bishops will he asked ai a- mn, ii eirrxii,ie aeid pas as five io sustain it bv ao open, unanimous BBBMBa found children which Ui l-irtiiof uU-rs ha 1 tag from tion was of the ui Ball whole hi Bices of was prin Diuittei. ' by aoia bodiea, v here in ii four tlii? tbi ta the frfctn the of vtyetablv g cOIBunK-il extent muiii by the auuieu.'o. NASHVILLE. Legislative Proceedings The Bank of Tennessee. Proposed Reduction of Public Prin ters Profits. The Constitutional Amendment Con vention. Banquet to be Given by Ex-President Johnson. MPFj IAL To THK AI'PKAI.. WitwrvmJt, Nov. I. In theTScnate to-day Mr. Cooper, of Davidson, offer ed a bill authorizing the trustee of (he Rank of Tennessee to hurn the notes of '.hat institution remaining in his hands, or that may hereafter come into his hands, in the presence of the Governor, Director- of the Bank, and Clerk of the Chancery Court at Nash ville, Mr. Hall introduced a resolution to inquire whether the price now paid to the Public l'rinter cannot be reJuei-d. The ilou-e amendment to the Sen ate resolution, providing that this resolution -hall not ie construed as a pledge or promise on the part of the State government to pay any of the State debt- units there exist a legal and equitable obligation so to do, was. concurred in ayes 11, nays 11. Mr. Dillon o.'lere.i a r. -i: n in toe llou-e, providing that parties owning old isstK-i of the B.ink of Ten-1 . , ti'-ssee niav iav otie-t)urtn ot ineir y.xy taxes with the same. Mr. Smith offered a resolution, pro viding that the (ii-neral Assembly -hall meet in Joint I '(invention on the third Monday in November, and ut ueh time then-after as the Conven- tion may select, to eoasider ami a.iopt Mwh amendments to the Constitution as it may dtvm iroiK?r, whirh shall afterwards I"- submitted to the jieople for ratiaaatioa. Mr. Fleming introduced a bill, in view of tl recent decision of the SapccaM Court of the United states, that all moii"V- hen-after paid and in circulation, the same Iieing genu BC and not frauduleutly issued, should be receivable in payment for auy revenue tiiat may be demanded by this State, provided this act ap pttes to isMKS of the Bank of Ten-iH-ssee. Ex-President Johnson givi- a ban nuet to the members of the Lejrisla ture to-morrow evening at the Stacey liotue. BitirE. FROM ALL POINTS. New York Items The Steamer Lillian. Cuban Roughs and Thieves Disputing about Fair Play. KJCW YwBJL, November 1. II. C. t'am!ridge, rrmrttm mercjiant, coaiiij tu-d suii ad e-teri!ay at a ho tel here. ('!. Chtrke, formerly of the Tliir taealh Brooklyn Brriment, was be fore CommissionerONborae yesterday . chargtsl with engraving mites lor counterfeit currency, lie wad held in ISSgasj kaM. jL ease csme befon' Judge Fithean yestenLiy, la which Patrick OTeoaB, a lad of eighteen, sued the Managers of the liotisc of Refuge for fMHHr damages on aivountof bad treatment, in keaping him iu a close room on in saflWoat food, in aaaaaapaaef of whicii be got the itch and became much d . tated. A litre aaaeiai from Key West, Florida, dated November a, says that the schooner V. II. Cle-ara, (rom Nas sau, arrived there this morning with 1J men, who were taken 1mm the C'uUui BMStmer Lillian. She wa- cap turtsl hy the Kngli-h authorities at Nassau, while ;:t utichor ill the har bor. The vessel is said to be badly injured and condemned as unseawor thy. The bahUMe of the Lillian's crew arc no-.v a. Na--au. A larg" nicetitig H8 held here to, "lay t bear the report of the Bev. Dr Schoojif. . a-' ;ni-,-i:j': to Kuroi. roiiceruing s eoavoatioq of the Kyaa tettraj Alliaaeg to lie held in New Vorkaext autumn. The hoetcr re ports that Uite a large delegation i.iv' engaged to be present from RnghuMl, inrlaiHnj derrvtnea from tbe Church of Mnglaml, dissenters and laymen, Bridal the Ajebbishops of Voik, UaaBBrhaty und liuhlin, und other dfstinguislieil prelates, expressed tfceir hearty co apewtioa with the isovem at. Kev. Dr. Thoinn-on, s)eaking of Katiicr llyaciiithe,'-aid that while not dis.irin( to revi-u! private qoo versa '.ion, he would say that the rather laid Imiught letters to him from two rfrearh l'mtesrant etergymen, sp ak ingot him as being iu clo-e spiritual nuuituuuion with them, and as taking (he iv,!! position o Lutller. Qev. L. W. BaMBa received a let ter faoaa Pese Hyaciathe, alluding to his desire (or fedm of opinion, Ac. The giand jury is -till iov'e-tigatiiig the gold niuddhs, and propose arry i"g OP the investigation till some boB ciuskx) reacfied. t'lNi i.NNA 1 1. Wovcaaher i. FMhaas is in trouble here. Allen and backers deuiine lo acc .t Murray, of St. Louis, ss the anal stajkelioldar. Bill Carroll came last night h;r the purj.o.-: ot se lecting one satisfactory lo both par ties. McCoole wants Murray. 1 lie dhVealty threatens to break ap the JIcCoole-Allcn mill. W Asri) BB l"V, NovemlK .- I. C0. VV. Boss iu- bi'U appointed Assissor of Interaa lv venue for the Second Distrl-t of 'i cii'a -- - FOREIGN. An Enyi.&h Corresjoudeat on the Ecum'iical Council. Action of that Body Foreshadowed. What Will and What Will Not Receive its Support. LoMmx, Margiabar The soma poadeai ; the rVsf writes as follows from Koine, nicerniiig the action ol tlu.' Ecumenical Council: "Thedog matic definition of the assumption of the Virgin Mary will eacoaater ao obstacle, a- the Pope aiiislly de--ir-.- tlii- fnii.,.Ii.l.1tion of this dogma; bat ti, erect ;-i into a dogma, oi the necessity of the temuora! fsiwer, is not eonsidend po.-vsibk', even by its roost ardent champions, an the foun 1 Uation and preservation of the newer Uo ihh ih me elements oi a aogma, and the belief in its uecossiU' is not - 1 A ..IK 1 . 1 . . . even proximo lidri, but only of ' reu wiiuoui me uiuiuuu oi na- tionaiity ; but such a change of policy, .1. ... ... .I.. - W 1111. n. I.-.I. I., ..( thoutrh tlOairaMt', la lUlorobabit! at re Is no I present, and must bo left to time and niony, whicii, it is alleged, howsdam ::;t but ihe force ol eventjs. Has Council does uireing evidence aaainatift vend Beaae ' . . I .-. 11.. 1-itl j- ..... A ... . ii .- . . i. u-...-. IV.A initiorivo L-itli adhesion, and to explain sucn por. tions iw are obscurely word ed or erroneously interpreted. Bevond these point the Councd will only be ocxmpied a ith question oi internal discipline, such as reforms, nnsious, the er.union of schisuiaties ' and horet irs with the church, the mod ification of the religious orders, the amelioration of obstructions to the clergy, and the i dictation of the judi' ctai power ot tht- bi-hopsto the condi tion of society. 1 1 is important to oh serve that thi' initiation in everything belongs to tbe Pope alone, and as the Roman Caihoiui Hierarchy ia strongly and jmlieiously consti tuted, it is improbable thai any teiioug opposition will be maoUested. WASHINGTON. The Pork-Packers and sioner Delano. Commis- Congress to be Stirred up by the Hog Interest. The Efforts of the Capital-Movers to be Couiiteracted. Grant's Message to Discountenance the Measure. Washington'. Xo . n,be4A8ome time iifro Commi-s:out, UeJhno de cided that under the Internal Reve nue law, as it n"W stall, pork-packer- were liable to ie taxed as manu facturers, pork-packers think this unjust, and the Ckaafttaen of Com meroeof New York. 15ost.n, Cincin nati and Sr. Louis h.tva wilt a delega tion here to protest agJftnst it. Th-c irentlemen catted upon the Commi -sioner to-day. That official gave it w Ins opinion that th lanlt was not with him, but with Congress, and that if they had grievances Congress was the place to get rcdrc-s. The pMirk-packers contend that ttiey p rJnce only the necesHBTte of lite, and have no more right to be taxed as inanufacturers than miller have who. ;rind wheat and make Hour. The difference, however, is that the !aw ex. iiipts tiour, while pork is not meii tionotl. An eff rt will U- made to get the Coiiiini ioiier to call the attention of Congrtijo to this matter iu his re port. Congressman Fglr'ttrr, of Cincin nati, who is one oi ihe delegates here, -ays it was not the intention of Con gress to ta pork-pai'kers as nianufae- : lurers when the Internal Revenue . ' w l , , The eilort to eounterm-t the innu- eaae af the agitation of ihe Capitol mover- in the West is U-gi lining to as sume a idrm. A paper iias been pee ' pared to be handed to the President, with the request that ho will take some coguizauce of the matter in his forthcoming annual message, discoun tenancing the subject of removal, and use hi- Executive lnd.ietis iu stop ping ali agitation of tue suoject. FBOM OI K BXCatASOBB. W A-tiiNi.ruN, Novemiicr L The (jloverument ha.- BBCetved the (tedWDa of the United Statist Commissioner at Wilmington, North Caroiiaa, Is- whom twenTy-fl ve offieen of the steamer Hornet were arraigned for violating the neutrality laws. Ac conimg to the decision, but two acts were shown to have beea coaMSitted within amaiuie league of the United states, naaaeJT) the enlisting of one man by one ol.Sbe deieudaut-, named rOTltoa, and tue taking on of a cargo of coal irom the Jame- Predasnrv. The evidence showed that whea ilc Mornet receivisl arm:-, stores and men i'nilU the Petrel, the Cicrt r t:ik, the Only Sou. the Martha Washington, and the Virginia Seymour, sin wns more thuu three miles from Bhoqe, end coanrtiai nfV without the juris dictiou wf the uatted States. Capt. Higgins ;i n -1 totirtis-n of his officers were iijisw mwnilljr discharged, and -veil were comiuitttsl to appear at the term of the Unload State- District Court, which wa-to m.-et at Wilming ton to-day. The Government coun sel moved for the dischiuge of the seven otiiecrs held on their own re cognizance, but five hundred dollars liail was insisted upon. Representatives oi the Ifemphia, EI Paso and Pacific Railroad den the truthiulHi ss of the charge iu a Chi cago paper, that Coetgrcss will, at ii next session, 1 e asked hj that com jany to appropriate aaaarai ajillkms of dollars for aid for constructing the road. They say no appropriation ha lieen asked "or -uggesud by Lhem, and all they have beer tutors sough;, ami all they propose to a-k of Congress at thr laming nrrnlnn is the right of way through the public domain. A singular case appeared in the lo cal court- bat to-day, pn scntibgsome of the most ISSllSlt sIMll ideas in social position ever advanced. It is the proposition of a husband to his wife thai she and her sister, w ho has been a member of his household, should change their rcliitions, the wife be coming the sifb-r-ln-law and the sister-in-law the wiS-, and at the same time live together happily. The wile resists au application lor a divorce. In the Suoreme Court to-day, an opinion wa- delivered i,y Chief. lus tiee Chase in the case of Thoraingtoa vs. Smith and Uasly, in which tin Court decided a promissory note giv en in payment for property purchased at Montgomery, Abthama, iu 1864, when the authority of the Doited states was excluded from that part of the State, and the only currency in use wa- Confederate Treasury notes, is payable la Confederate note- alone, and the fnlted Stales Court; posses power to enforce the same. The Court also ruled that iintracts -tipu-lating lor p iemen's In that, currency uiiioi Lie rcg4rai.-u us nuiae in nut oi foreign Invasion as in '.h- nao uaiie, or in the garden, about eighteen inches f domestic insurrection in the otner. Ibelow th- sitrfiijpe, h;i.s lij:iiiii,on jufor l'h. y nave ni n- inwurj- rrlntjjii' i tn mation given by Hipon, u h.ix which the hostile Uoverumcut, wheLhcr in- coutiiiued titeatauaofl which hai beea vading or insurgent. I'iiey are trim-;- transferred the one-cent revenue nciiwn-hi the i,liiiarv course of dvil stamp, 210 times, the bed-piece and society, and tbougb iln v mas indi-, .toinslrrriiig die, a large number of redly and reniotily promote the ends , ol the imlawiul (.lovcrnment, arc without liIaiiH-. i '.''pt whan proved in BBVf In en entered Into With tlieac tual intent to further the invasion or tarrectiaa. The cas' of the Govcrament against the Tennessee railroads w i'J come up on Tharsday of thi week, balars Justice Sway ne. .Stanley Matthews aud Aaron F. Pern will appear liir the United State's. The eases af four roads daaaaai upon the restrM in the partieular ease present! d. Their eoni iiimsi indebtedness is sboul four mil lions. J:i threi- of the cases the faada are abundaniiy able to pay, butJiave done little ii:r- lor two aBK BBid than pay interest ou i li. ir .iel.t. The defense of the roads is, that Govern-1 inetit is bound .r pay liiem ior the use of tlie roads during the w ar, aud that this claim of U irs is great !' than their radeotediies to the United States. Mr. lji;t)ljani, GoMsptMaBer of the Currency, Is preparing 'a styteineuVpJ present lo Congress with his report, or at an early day after the seaahm, which will show every feature of the practical operation of the National banking system. Kachbankha-i been iliits'tiii to make a statement of the Baatbei and aiuounta of its loans, tbe average in te of interest ami iivi-.-.e length of time of loans, and a rel im of all expenses, including ranta, saia i ic, .Stale and national taxes, aud ail other items going U show lira cost of operating thu jiatiks, th' net proliu- and a'ragedi idonds jiald. The Commissioners of the i'nion and Central Pacific Railways have made their report to the Secretary of the Interior. Mr. Co.x. In concluding, tiny desire to state thai both potnDB nits are doing a large amount of work on their r active roads, and are day by day bringing them nearer U) the standard required bylaw. This great line, the value of which to the coun try is inestunaMa,and iu which every r I tin's -liotild led a pride, has been built in about hajf the time allowed by Congress, and is now a gssl and reliable means of communication be tween Omaha and Mopr.iraaalo, well equipped and fully prepared to oartj freigiit and passengers with safety aud dispah'h, comparing, in this respeui, lavorably with a majority of tin' lirst- ia-s roads in the United Stat--. The arriva of prominent Congress men brings to ligh! the (act thin strong eiforts will be made at the approaching session of Congress to modify the ex There will also tie an eiiort maae to have a resolution passed to print all . r.t- .. ... 1 ' ,1 . a A AS i.fthi silin.ris..ii iiriruii hiiionl tli tors, not all of whom were ileuiocratx. The reports of nearly all the heads of DepartiiiciiLs and Bureau oUk-urs have been sent to the public printer to be placed in type. Secretary Bout well's report will not lie completed for three weeks yet, WAautNGVoK, Xov. a. Public in tererit here to-day has tjenerallv oen-K-red in the IStnte elections, especially in New York, where tireleyi posi. tion on the Radical ticket haa given it unusuid interest. lispatches are bul letined to-night in the local newapBf jier cilices, as well as in those repre senting distant journals. The New York National bunking interest, which has been uiyirij s . rs tary Boutwell u grant pemijusion !or the curren posit with the Treasury to att'iire bank cirt-ulatiou, hari caileu his mteution to the fact that mere are now on aeMir ol tlie Awemuy, as ngureu nere, gpoon. u. v., Mr. l p. c. bvrfobd, of siieiby hero, under the old onlt-r, twanty-two stands liuinooratu: 71, aud Repubii-; Coum , Teun., to mum a. c. Uunaxi, ot d iniilioua of tbosa bouda. 1 CW 67. ' Batoaouuty, Miss, The decision of the Supreme Court In the eas of the State Bunk of Ten-1 ne-seo notes makes the Issue prior to the war receivable for all dues to the State. The question did not arise as to the validity of the Issue during the ' war, and that point was consequently not decided . There will, however, be a distinction made between the is-u. of Confederate notes by paramount power and the voluntary issue of the bank of a State In aid of the rebellion, j In the former exse, the currency being i formed by irresistible force, the Su- ' preine Court has decided that con- j tracts will le entoreed for the value at I date of contract in United States cur rency. In the latter, the Court will not probably sustain the legality of the issue, or that the State is bound by the act of its ajreufei iu aid of the reliellion. i A gentleman in the Interior of Vir ginia, who has traveled extensively in that State, writes here that the tobac co crop will reach only about two l birds of thvaverage yield, but that the prices are high enough to equalise in value what will bo lost in quantity. NEW YORK- Heavy Revenue Frauds Counterfeit Tobacco Stamps. How the Swindle was Discovered The Secret Service. Arresiof the Whole Gang of Coun terfeiters. Interesting and Exciting Details of the Capture. Prominent Parties Directly Impli cated. Etc. Etc. Etc. Nk.w York, Shrrem bar 4. Colono W'hitelsey, of the secret service divis ion, aud his assistants, have for over a month been engaged in ti'rr"iingout one of the moil notorious giuigs of counterfeiters in the country; and have just brought their labors to a -uceessful close. It was fir-t aseer taiinsl th-t a dangerous sutty-pound tobacco stitnip wits lieiug offered to enterprising t oacco merchants at about onoiiTDi of the governine.it price, viz: gi for a -tamp that the government sold for $iy a; and th iuducemeuls were so great that many lirms heretofore bearing unblemished reputations i;i this city and in Vir ginia, North Carolina aud other ;-int's embarked in the enterprise, and purchased byae lots from the New York m inufas'turers. The tir.-t arrest was made 6a October bah, in the iersoti of Volney Wright, who, it is alleged, had endeavored to ell an immciise quan tity of thos' sixty-pound stamps to; men named Coneland and Walker. He was quietly held to hail in 98,000, j to await the action of the grand jury. His bad pu.ee-, sat'i- aul ijLile, with six transfers, were also securod fy the deteativas. The avext amst made was one Hart Pierce, an accomplish ed engraver of 88 Nassau stret-r, on October 38th, with whom were seized all the dies and machinery used in : ouiiterfeiiing, among which was a pros- ior transferring costing $ 1,000. j Col. Bobert Clark, who during the war commanded the Hth New Yrk ; VolunU'ers . Ibooklyii Chasseurs) was aaarJ saenrad and his taont No, ;I10 Mist sln'et wits search ed, and in almost every boxeaaj drawer, stand, . box, trunk sad valises, evidences of guilt were : faund; one valise contained the plate of the sixty-pound stamp, dies for making one penay stanrps, hundn d ofsheeXs cuuuiiuinglQputwd stamps, together with about .-i,ooo worth of ci'an gonuine stamps, Chis property was all seized. It was next ascer (aided that the mill where these -lamps wen ground out was situated about lifteeu miles from the city, at Prince's Bar, Staten Inland, and -even men were sent to the spot, who, after a tramp of about halt a mile through the woods, discovered the building, in which were arrested John ttipon, a steel and copper plate prin ter, a native of England, aged year-, his partner, Win. Skimpton, a I native of .Maine, aged 111 years, a re tirtd sea-captain, ltipon's wile, three ahttdraa un.i u aegrq girl were also on ; i in prentisea. In ni" room was found a large amount oi paper, -ueh as i used by the Oovcrniuent in the man- ! ufucture of red stamps, a large sup- ; ply Of inks, oii and jugs tilled Willi gum, the latter being u.-h1 for adhe sive MtrpVaJes, and also a die for mak ing three-cent silver piecis, steel dies or -laiuping-coins, coniaming all th" letters of th alphabet, and dis for all arithmetical iignr--, but no plat--or prbatad work. In another room wa-a pres- tor punching Ihe holes between the -famps on tile prm . sheets, and stamps, thoasiinds of sheets ready for i!-;', and other articles. The prisoners and material were brought tothiscity, and the featbac takon to tJe United States .Marshal's otilce, where they v. -re held in custody. Jt was now 8B cortatoad that an engraver named Reuben Carpenter, having an olli'- " 'o. 11 Bloom lield street, Boston, hail bisn ehiplo.vx to engr.ivc United S.ates live-Uenly ImiikIs, and otii 0MB were sent m BosUiii, aud with the assistance of the defectives! ife'ii arrested Carpenter, in thoxt of engraving a pass on the Wilmington and Itallimore Itailro ui. lietauremlered to the ofltcers, and a H0OB5-l bond was found on iiis j t sob, whaA he bad iss-n amployed to engraVe bs a man in the city, who was in ihe last Stages of consumption. It is alleged that numerous other pcominent uaysons in this city are under HUSpicIoa and surveillance, and it is a!-i generally believed that several bynjeJ tlpiu-simi dollars oi these Isigits stamps have been sold. FROM OCR EXCIlANt.lvS. Hew ToBic, Nov. 2. The total vote on SisTetiry of State in the city is liiiis. Nelson, Democrat, 78,982; .Sigel, Itepuhlican, 3C,7'i(. A large mini ..t ol iej;maii Dt'iiioerats have voted for rigei, but the Democraiic hiss in the city is made up by gc.ins in tne Stain. Tne State has gone Demo cratic by about ten thousand majority, jftlu the city the vote in favor of tho .jti'li' i iry article of ihe new Canatitar tiou coui'J not be bad The Republi cans are Intensely exeibsi, oueoi their leaders, C. S. Spenier, Ix-ing charged ni l' having burned the tickt.'ls. II Sea, I'.iere will proDBbly be an al most unuiiiiiions dcleat of the only article of the new Institution upon Which the luidicais relied. '"A -eiies of crimes, of a frightfu 19 character, occtirrtsj m tliu mulob thi night of Monday at a settlement railed Rom bay Hook, on the Jersey) shore, beneath the pallisades, and op- j posite Yonkers. A man named l)i-key j retired te bed with his wile at about j tune o'clock, and he was awakened at , aisjut one o'clock by some slight noise, .ii v. then dtaaovvrad timt his wife was absent from the room. Soiing a re-j volver, he crept down the siairs, and tneae, as he alleges, discover.d -Mrs. Dickey with a man named Collins j Cahoim, in a scandal ont position on I the floor, lie immediately slfot Ca- j houn dead, and aLso tired at his wife, wounding her, it is thought mortally, in the thigh. Dickoy then made his j escape from the village, but was sub- j .se(uently captured in a noat ou tne Hudson rier. immediate investiga tion into tlie horrible circumstances will be made, t FURTHER ELECTION RETURNS. Political Complexion of the State Government of Massachusetts. Oemocratic Majority in the N. Y. State Assembly. SringfijU.1), Mass., November 4. Returns from 2 towns show tho foK Mai ClaHhi (tt Tn IVNIHf, " V t " Adams (L"in.) ls,!-; t'hamberlain (Lalwr Reform) l-,soU. Plurality for Clanin 21,380; majority for Claliin j svi(i. The Senate will contain thirty Republicans, nine IJemocrats and one Labor Heform. The House ope nun- dred and fifty-three Republicans, fifty-1 nine Democrats and twenty-one Labor Several represmiiative ais-1 .irit - ts ruinain to be heanl lroiu. Albany, November 'il l lie House RIVER PIRATES. Wood Yard Keeper Robbed on the Mississippi. The Thieves Shot One Killed, the Other Mortally Wounded. Startling Disclosures An Organized Band of Robbers. St. Loris, November 4. On Tues-I day la.-t an old man named J. W. I Lester, a keeper ot a wood yard oi- posite Island No. 8, half way be tween Cairo and Memphis, while on his return from supplying the steunipr Lady Way with wood, was boarded by a skiff containing two men, named Moore and Iturns, who robbed Les ter of ip;, the proceeds of hia wood. As they were leaving his boat, he shot Moore through the heart, and Burns through the hips. Burns Was taken ashore iu a dying condition, and conti-s-ed that he belonged to a gang of pirates and thieves, who not only practiced systematic piracy on the river, but robbery on land, and that they had murdered aud thrown I ovcrlKiard from boats of different kimin four men. HEBRAIC. Conference of Prominent Jewish Rabbis. Philadelphia, mrm bar of Jewish November 4. A Kabhis, from the principal cities of the I nion, arc in conference on the subject of a reform in the Jewish Church. They adopted ! resolutions abolishing the use of pray ers in Hebrew, as unintelligible to the ma--e-; disclaiming the doctrine of bodily resurrection, or the removal of , the Jewi-h state by segregation from all other nations, and declaring the Aaron ic priesthood and the Mosaic -acrificial worship to have been mere ly preparatory step to Israel's national priesthood, and therelore things of the pit-t, to be mentioned, to lie practiced in their educational capacities, and not to be practical. LOUISIANA. Warmoth Charged with Swindling A Flat Denial. Xkw Oht.ean.s, Novemher 4, A report having been circulated that Governor Warnioth had issued two und a half millions of bomb, of which there is no official record, the Gover nor publishes a statement, BUflrlar that all bond" isstietl have been duly re eonleil by the Treasurer, and Concludes thus : ''i )ue thintr is certain, and that is, that not a single bond of the State has bis'ii issued without the authority dflaw during my administration, and the intere-st has been, and will be, promptly paid." FOREIGN GOSSIP. Losfnow, November I. The specie iu 'lie ISjink of iiitriaiiil lian deereasiKl 198,001. It m BOW a.-rterted thnt the eonteiu- j plated interview betweea the Bmpe- rgrFraneia Joseph and Kintr victor I i'jmanuei will take place at Hraaduai, Italy, in the latter pnrt ofMovember. Madrih, November 4. Admiral loj.ete in.sirts on tenderinj; lu rwij;- natioD ids sae of the Cabinet. D.uu V......n.l. 1 A ' I i Ajtir., I v uj itti iijmiVII j tr.nu Alexandria niinoiiiKvri the arri- j val of tho Empress Euenie at the U'riniiius oi tne uuea anal. Many election mei'Linifii have been held in various parts of the city, the pruceeaiOga of which weia ordinary, and in BB mntenea wan the inti-rference of the police reUirel. If nBB.rrn Mi:.are of two kinds good and bad. The bad are truly horrible; the good, very good indeed The bad married man ill-treats his family in every way, and generally ends by eloping with somebody and leaves his wife to cam a living by One needlework. But the good mar ried man well, he is not madly in love any more, but he believes that there never was such a woman as nis wife. Hedoesnotsec Time'schauges i in her face; she is always young to Mm. Every baby binds" them closer to each other. There is an expression : in a good married man's face that a i bachelor's cannot have. It is inde scribabie. He is a little nearer the angeb than the prettiest young fellow living. You can see that his broad chest is a pillow for somebody's head, Slid that little lingers pull his whis kers. When some one has rthl " Husband," and some other, "i-apa,"' a seal is set ujmih the forehead. No one no woman, at lofr rivrr mis takes the good maw Bid man for an instant. It is only the erratic one i who leaves yad in doubt. The good ' one can prou-ct all Hie unprotected i feaialas, lift pretty girls over gutters, talk lo them la carriages, and make j hinisul! ifouerajly agreeable, and yet i never leave a doubt on any mind j tbaf (bare i a precious little woman at home worth all the world to him. j Some women like tiie had married ; man, and delight in making his wife jealous, I bate him. The good mar ried man on whom I could not make ' an impression" if 1 diet! for it, is the one for me. TELEGRAPHIC MARRETS. NEW YORK. Maw YOBK, No i iulH'r 4. Cotton do, lining ; huIos :mi Imlps: uplamlH 28. Klour ?0 lnfiisi .'t3, closiiiitj; oc liwtr. Whisky m l 17'i. VVhwrt Winter roil, and am tier Wealem ifl 41. White do. 91 rn. Xo. tl Sprfng, ?l .'io. Hi-1 atekdy Oajroltna S1,'. Corn I'.' isi 0.;. Bjre, M itVn.1 117. ITiallBn Aim "siiitur, (.'ulia Htnllj.; Havana li;j(9J-Ji. ilia Mul.'sscs Vi. lr li'i'.clw there is a continued shrink ing 111 1 iu hIul ol staple eottona, bill mi imtrovd tnoiiiry at th reduced prieps, ! ana the market is uow active. Tho followiaB are tho most imHrtanl ) .-haiijrus: Ohio ltli blue daai&M art re iliici'd iioni J.1 to i; do. C'f ', from "I to 2U; do. a.a. frotn 27'i to ii.": Boaton brown 1 .Irniins I'roiu 15 to UK; Treuiont I) blench- I d oui'.oii llunnela le lower, liow aolliugat j lb'j. Airau ain 1- 4-4 mown slieetinxH are down io Sharioek A do. to 12, and I'o Inniiiia XXX bmwn denime are reduced I'n.'Ui 'Ji to S. Moooy Market is fairly active, and stea.lv at 6t7 per cent, on "all loans. Stei Iuik Is quiet at s;V.ti. Hold is lower. opeuiHgat I'jii;'., aiivuncing to 127Jii, de elining to 126 ami closing at IV&jit&VJ&H. The carrvinj; ratea were 3(i7 per cent. Government Inm.ls are aOong. as the nat ural result of the action ot itomwellin buying S.'.iKjii.iKKl to-day, or double the amount advertised for. The awards were made at 1 1-..-k..i i ii-lou. State bonds dull aud lower; old Teunesuees 59; new NEW ORLEANS. Xkw Oblhanm, November -t. Cotton :..u. i; uiidiilliiRS 24(a2?i. Sains MIHI bales; receipts 5U45 bales. Buoita (siaatwise, bales. Mour tirm super 1 lahLh :; XK t ft; XXX 9tt 1)0. Corn n'.iiee mixed SI 12; white $1 l.r. oats i3yt. Bran 1 10. Whisky dull and lower; WeKtein rectified 151 -O'-I 22. Hay dull j prime, 27. Pork $31 iVti. liacoii-sugar-cured hams 2!': shoulders are retHilliiK at 17',; clear lib 20; clear sides 2HJi. Lai-d dull lieruea lSV4(gjls!4; keg 19(i.iy)4 Sujjar (juiet centrifugal 12; yellow clarified l:ta; oouiuiou 12; prime lSHi MolRsaoa quiet ueiitrifngal 85 .i.7.S: priaaa SU81; choice 8590. Cof fee uoiive prime 16X17' ; fair 16H'15i. Hold L.7S. rMerling 37S. New York Hiiftat bills parft.'t.c discount. CINCINNATI. Ci ifci xif ATI, November 4. Familv flour fS fi06 75. Wheat (1 0tVl W. Corn 96tg96 for old. Oats 4S(i955. Rye $1 00. Cotton, unobnnged, middling -1 C--jc. Mess Pork UO. New Lard ifij. New bulk shoul ders, half cured, L2K. Kacon 10S (1;. Whiskey OS. Hogs 0 25(ol(i. Kut ter :te'.:i.i. Hi lined sugar '-,c lower. Cheese ll'A 1 Er?s Coflee 21(25e. Tobacco firm, sales light. FOREIGN. London, November 4. Consols 96. 5-20 bonds of 18C2 firmer at S3; do. of '65 82; do. of '67 S3','; 10-40s 77H. l.ivKKi'oon.Noveniaer 4. Cotton closed steady; upiands 12M,d: Orleana 12Hd; sales 12,000 bales. The Manchester mar ket is firmer. California white wheat 10s 4d; red western H 7d; red win ter Us 5d. Western flour 23s 6d. Corn mixed 29a ad. Peas 4a. Pork lis lid. Oats 3s (id. Kka.vki out, November 4. 5-50s closed tiiin at 8'ifi8SJ4. PAnis. November 4. The Bourse ia flat. Beutes 71 f 32c. MARRIED. BUUKORD-LIDUELU-At the raaidenoe of j T. J. Morris, on Spring street, on Monday I Kvenlng, November 3d, by Rev. T. D. Wither NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MASONIC NOTICE. TMIE Ittated rninnmiilt'ation oi IVUm I seo4t todaa No. 'j,wiu ft.- beid thi t FRIDAY Kvninn, November "Ih. at" o clock, for l Input ?h or ituMneHM. All M. M.'s are iVuteruoMy tnvttMl. By orderof R. W. HrTCHBLL, W. M. S. Htubm, Secretary. now rpHK rewu'ar tnceiina of Hiith UnlKl-, N'l 1, Ile-ree of IV- '..-leu. i I hrlil HUM FRIDAY -JCvvuiuit, ''111 111!.. Ht 7 o'clock. Delinquent, fur bHck duis, EkTa attpfclitlly In vlicil ti HiifUd. Uv ontor of H. R. PfIH. XoOIh (iranrt. Mrs. W. .. Ml I . K Fit KM 1 1 . SK-c'y. 1106 NOTICE TO PICKPOCKETS. ' I Ml K . IKlivUlual WK got III) pOICttt-)MOk i on Poplar Strt Car. Vo. 17, to tlit-.-itv of ui pht.f . lt W.-(lnliiy evcnlDK, will con Air an especial favor by reliimlni: tit ikiUmi, rat-rrciranilu, etc They can bo -jt trvlce to no one fitpt myaclf, and -ire valuable and Impurlaiit 1 in-. n J,. 1. IOHNON. LL PlWHtOSH are warned agnlnat trading for the follow! note, wiiioh were stolen with niy pofbiii-brmk, in ihe city of Mem phis, on the 7tli Octofer, and in which pay ment has been sloDli-il. lo-wlt: Onenotaon ! ' J- I'lli!llK, endorseil by Tor, Plitllina ACo., dated isiti April, 1H. for ;:iw7 jo. One note on It. L. Wnldrop for 2U. One on W. R. Ktuiijb erty for s.ai. The precise dutca of Uie laal two notes not rcfolli-i'tcd. nop M. D. JOHHBBH. . IMPORTANT NOTICE. To the Magistrates of Shelby County. VOt ABB 11 All- BY m TI F t E 1 T' i A TTH B ! l a primary mwilng MllNDA Y. Niveiub-r4 . ai IJ i. vl-M'li a.m., at your imirl rooms, in the uouiiiy liuilduiK, rrur f Uuion aud Het'itil MrmSB. A mil uil-tiuiance l.i r-iuHi-eS. JOHN P. KOtHillNKK. noi ComuiisHi'.iH-r il IteKlMtralluu. Edward L Hamlin. Attorney a.t Law, OFFICE : 332 SECOND STREET. uoi MKMP1IIH, TENN. SMOTICE. Pkoplks Bank of Tii iiiiwi. I 'i KM H I , ;Wth ctlMT. IMtiJ. ) 'IHIS BANK HAV1J DB0OHTUH1UI tiuHlnrjoft, luu tran.-it':Tw iU I;'osiu, t.'ullevi Ioiim, iiil Will, t-Uv, t. the. I'll Ion mui Plan U r4 Hank of Meniphlx, nt! wou;d ro oommend hm11 I'. uik to the conrttli-iic' oi lis Datpottitorn iiikI orrsjionilrntH. I '' .., i are referred to the :ir'l of the ITnlou .ma Plantorw Bank Im-Iow. F. W. SMITH. Pritlent. D. A.SHKPHKUl ashler. Uxiox and Planters Bank of M em ptiih, i M KMi'Kis, t ctoher "Ji, IM6U. i T IIF. PKOPLKS BANK lit- TKNNKHMEK, having lUi oiitinutMl lUblntK, ha plactnl In the liantht of ihe t'nion and PlanlerH Bauk a IlKt of balauecu urn- its I ejo..,itors, with fondn to mitku the sainn igood. These halanros. In neenrcianec with aald 11-t, liavo he-en entered to the credit of the various pWtlM upon the looks of th- KTftkni tud PlaiiteiN B ink, am! .'hecks and drafts, hy proper parties upou tiitt same, will be duly honored. The Unloa and Planter Brink has tli'ftday remove, l : i the Bank i!ul!!inir formerly oe eopled by the Peoples Bunk, at ill MadNon, until th eniplerion of it new building at Mo. 11 Madison street. mm m. f junonm; S. p. MAD, aaliiw. GR0CER3 AND COTTON FACTORS. NEWTON FORD & CO., WHOLESALE r , UPQCerS, LOttOn rSCIOrS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 17 UNION STREET, Lee Biotk, Memphis, Tenn. i IIOK. V. NKKL, l:il ol Macon. Trim., Ini( from Hrplrmhrr 1, tNi. Thr Hlylrotlhr nrn In future will Ik Haiti h. Nirl A Co. HrpteinlST 14, SMITH &. BKO. NEW FIRM. James II. Smith, late of Smith 4 Bro. Tiios V. Nett.. lnt of ; ' i ' v Tenu. (Jko. W. smith, lutr of Xritttti A Bro. SMITH, NEEL Sl CO., GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS A-SD -- General Commission Merchants No. 7 MONROE STREET, Bet. Main and Front. Memphis, Tenn. aa-i.'oiialsniueniN respectfully nollcitoii. Onlers lor Bmotmit r,tM I'ianUtion Hu- lls sliipptil ,il lwe.sl neii k-'t r;oH. !.. Iaw Ed. .1. Tayivb. Ol UaHqWI t n., Mlsa. W m. I '. Kl'TI.A.Nll, Ol .'.-; .1. -. TAYLOR &, RUTLAND, WH'll.KSAI.H AND ItKT.vri. Grocers, Cotton Factors AMI) COMMISSION MERCHANTS NO. 304 FRONT STREET, Mosby an! 11 unt's ulork, - Mempiiih, Tknn. (.'onNlfrnmnnU nolli'lletl. auulH N HILU N. FONTAINK HILL, FONTAINE Sl CO XucoeiDiors 10 Wi 1.1.1 a.msos, iti!.i..t i'o WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AMD COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, MKMPiUS, TRNNKSSblRiv IT A VK for bhIh, uuil k ' j ' constt.nl ly on fall uMortniHul, (HUiauUioi iu part-f'tll w: 100 cHHli8 ilacon; :J lai - .- Mmi fork: luu hunt is Jowl und Uuni; JM kt-us hard; 100 hluU. Louisiana Hunr; aw Hui'kM Cotleu; ;UU pkus. MolaM. lihd., hlili... him 4 nm. MM ptoCM Kentucky iii.uriUK 1 M. JE M. Ky. i-v , Lundemun. mid J. x l. ; , 100 loM -brKted " Arrow Titw." 500 k. - N - ' : 'I ' ' ' i Mll; 600 tu iflK Flour; North Caxollna Kovcut and Tlerrinf I'm bblt. pure MpHsr-di8ttlled W'hiskv; 100 harif U r'tlliid Whisky; 50 barivih RpMMM t'ounly Whinky. ) Calling your attention to tho above, we re j spectfhlly raqMilt a rontlnuatlon ot your pa tronage, tod promise, by strii-l attention lo buslneaH. with the tntrel ot our patron ever .,': us. to merit It. . aunIS (Uw HILL, FONT A INK A V. M. L. Mkacham. A. V. TltKADWEI.l. Meacham & Treadwell, Wholesale Grocers A N II COTTON FACTORS, NO. 9 UNION STREET, Stonewall Block, - Memphis, Tenn. 7 E are now rerelvliiKmsnnpli'le ami enre- fully selected ! ,Kti;KKIIvH. Our cirods Wi shinned very low rate ol freight, and Wi jiriota. fall ai Special . Cotton, and eo oiler then i to tbe trade at low iven to the Rale ol .HUcfted. HeO (Jaw VM, M. FABRINOTOS. HKNKY 11. HOWELL FARR1NGT0N & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street, Corner of Court, MJB1MPHIS, TENN. irk will ha ready for boalneaa in our new W store on lat September, and will have a good stock of Plantation Suppllea to meet the WlrrVf.r'!eulftr attention paid to sales of CotUm, which will be stored In our own ware house, nd sampled anil weighed with care. is- ('otin in store will be covered by insu rance unless otherwise instructed; and all shipmenia by river Insured under our open mmSk KARRI NUTON a HDWKLL. To Cotton Planters & Stock Raisers ri'HE Memphis uii uompsny win m i.i i Clias, (Hiring neai tall and wlntir large qusntlty Cotton Hel, for which they wil bav rket price, lurnlsb sacks, and rectiy welglu-d m their large g iiauk 1 Seed In large quan elr value destroyed Planters who wish delivery of Seed will ..lease cull at uii Work, Center Lauding. mm- OU Cake and Meal for sale In any quaa COTTON FACTORS. OUR 30TH YEAR H MEMPHIS. TRADERS, COTTON PACTOHB D COMMISSION MKRCHANT9, ! No. KM Front Street, nnd litHTal caul) HtJvftncKMMri protitife. Aeon- I tfnmtl iurreaKk of our bu-sinesM W th txat vi- I tlrore of Hfttirtfa'! ion lfn. l dAW i-Tw. MILLER, Cotton Factor Grocer WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER No. 2 Howard's Row, MEMPHIS : TENNESSEE. Ai.h M. Harwell. Cotton Salesman. Unr j.j. ucsnv. W. (I. PATTKaoN. A. of Trenton, Tnnn., LaUf of liren.ulii, Mi.sa , WITH il a rniKTT. BUSBY & COTTON HATCHETT, FACTORS, Cominisoion Merchants, 1 Front St. Memphis, Tenn., Gen'l No. I e I.lhTil Cash A-lvftnce made on Cotton or Produce, in hand or iu traunit. aepil! 1aw J. Xji. versbh. COTTON FACTOR AS I) COMMISSION MERCHANT, 314 Front Street, Memphis, : : : : Tennes-ee. Wllanluic anl Tio funtixht'tl t fiisiu :an At iiwKt innrkfi Mtw. wel dsm P. h. Imri jiUi j.i.nkb. 10NES BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS No. s Mililfawia St.. rr-iiiphls, Tonn. aarCoiiKtKnmr-nuiniHtt' us ly river nrc cov errd hy ji-ii iliry f oiNumuit-e. n7 iIaw Mai- W'KilH. J. F. HKLI.KBS. S. SVS. WEBB CO. COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Stonewall Block. Up-stain, DMM strket. not. Front Row and Main St.. 7dJiW MEMriHS.TEXN. J. F. DOWDY, Oottoix actor AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 2C1 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn. No. aHT r.lboml jali advaucw made Bjpajaaaata, on ,tm- ut'7 Wm .Minn, MuiUIm, 'fnnn. It. i". Hckkok, i Hhana. Hull x Co. M'CEE 8l HERRON, COTTON FACTORS A.1H COMMISSION MERCHAMTS 2Si Taesn Ehouocr, Bfrtwiwn Court tin! JpltM Sni. M.-iuplilH. Toun. ; atf-tiu:tlili;. Kopn allil iron Ties furilisbjAil I At loatstt market mien. Kellow j 3D. EE. SoWWaWDd, CfiTTON FACTOR A " D COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 255 Front Street, ijimrwin. - - - Tennessee. ir llasging .oiuern. Hop and Tn- urnl-Su-l tiM- REMOVAL. K hfi"rtmv.-i our 'TVo Ui No. 2frl i":int sireei. currn r t'"irt Ntrrn-T 'no stnin', wIith vf luiil I.- li tpi;v tu nHmir li tciuts. BUIbAM, BOW'LlNU t CO. W. W .HI I.AM. R. mVI,KO. MILAM. BOWLING & CO.. COTTON FACTORS, fieueral Commission Merchants, 3JC Front Strwt. Mcni,liis. Kobkht Hi. ck, Ja. W. Anderson, Z. N. KSTKS. 'n, Tenn.. BLACK, ESTES Sl CO., Hue i-iiior n Hi'Hoii, fc t'o., COTTON FACTORS AND CX)MM1SSI()N KEBCB ANTS, No. II Monroe St., Memphis, Tenn. fV('oiiri1i;nme!itn of ('niton, TVtmrc and Until HOlicilud. UrKH, Hop.- anil all Sup pllea foraimhwl at UMluvntntMb Lint-ral chU Hilvaiiix-iai'tits mmte on (ottun in .-tort-or In ICBaWHi WAiSlJ. h. W. UAIiH.HJl W. E. M ' TAYLOR, RADFORD & CO.. COTTON FACTORS, AMU General Commission Merchants, j 4 - MtkNROK NTUKKT. )i.-iwfii Main antt-i 1 J Front, Memphis, Tenn. KKiut;, Hopr Tie? aud Supplies lurtilslud on r as-.)iatic terin4. Hpecinl attiitioii divert to tilling eIi orders. All oouslgnuieuts insur d, ualeKK other win iiidiuet. 'x .1 T. A. NELSON &. CO., Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Xo. 8 Ji-trerson Stnut, Meiuplii, Tomi. Lio. ral cMik adratw nade on ron- : V. I Jl iefiUs house, Nkuson, Lantiiikk .v K. II. W I HHKIl, J-'hyt tie I'll., T'-HIi. .:iin W. wk.uhkk. If ay u tie Co., Tenn. E. B. WEBBER Sl BKO., COTTON FACTORS Gen'l Commissiun Merchants, 2)U VMM Mmnpliis, Tenn. aarTiinnljiliuieuts f 1,'iittun Molicfted. I.ll ral HtlvuDrni iiinilt ll rrli.li;iiiuillts 111 .lure UiuuE'ni:. H"l-' Lii.l I'luiiUilloii isupplitu Inr nialii'l m tin lwisl iiiarki't rale. anM 10SEPH H. BLf-CK. Lati i aaisiin,. y. a. a. buck. Lilt Back. Camron & to.. Mwriiitut, Icna BLACK, BRO. Sl CO., Cotton Factors and COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR tbe Bale of drain, Flour, Beef. Pork. Bacon, iiv. Corn, Oat. Urau, Potato and Western Produce generally. SW front Street, bet. Madison and .Monroe MEMPHIS. TKNN. Jell SHANE, HARRIS Sl CO., COTTON FACTORS i.xn Genera! Commission Merchants 254 Front Street, Memphis. !T We cionrliie onnelveH strictly lo the aelllua f Produce, aud hazard uotriiug by spts'iilattoD. eH U. W. Phicb. late of Eaotport, Miss. J. C. Tbkkv, late of Henderson, Terry A Co New Orleans. PRICE Sl TERRYi Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Over Meacliam MKMPHI8, - -Mi Tread well's, - TENN ESSE. THOMAS TROUT St SONS, COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 204 Front Street, Memphis, - tmtamfkt aa Liberal advances made on consign ments of Cotton to our corresmdents, hphaock. Soui.E Jt Co., Boston; Williams, Biksie 4 Co., New York; MoaDECAl a Co., Bsltlmore; H. Sloa.n 4 Sonh, Philadelphia. ixsSl W. L. Btewakt, Of Shelby Co., Tenn, J. H.HKU.LEBN, Late Madison Co., Tenn. STEWART & SKILLERN, Cotton Faotori AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HO. SOU FBONT STREET, MnmphU, Tennessee, mm- Will attend promptly lo tbe sale of Ooi i ton and Produce, and Oil orders forsnppllea for ouatomers. sU AUCTION. UNOERWHITEH S SALE-- 5sSAt3-.rEN new cook AUCTIOK. P7MAI.NSTRF.ET. clock. Alo, For . no5 rPKf.IAI. SALK OF MILLINERY GOODS, AT AUCTION, MONDAY MORNING, November 8th, AT 10 O'CLOCK. An Kiiilr" ji"W lln from flrst ban ts -on-l!.n of PlOsh, Velvet, a, t hip. Kelt, Hver ami straw I adieu' ami i luldren'i Trlrnme! and rnfrimmed Hals. Kliir,iJ.--riei. Uiuuona, rtiiwers, Pluinea, Trimmings, etc., ete. GOTTLIEB &. EZEKIEL, ni A action 'ra. i ,(. Seroud ami AiUiim Ma. I Peremptory Trade Sale of $20,000 worth of Dry Goods, Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats.paps, Etc . Ko.m a linns.- ilei tining Imniu. AT AUCTION, TUESDAY MORMIflS, November 91h. .m, i,k K. I'KitMs -u. .sale positive.- : GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL. Auctioneer. i'ornr8eeoml ami A. lams HMaBk GREAT FURNITURE SALE TO THE TRADE. AT ATCTION, BY W. H. PASSMOAE & CO., JTil second strpi-i, J, rruriion feBnft, Tuesday Morning. 9th Inst., at 10 o'clock. 1.M 1 Smla Knit Bfi.teinN, 'J6 DnaB l'uruuj, Ii i "ffiis lr!t, BiHikcvn, standa. sml a li.-nrnl uM.ortnirni .if nm-plaa Kurnlturr. Splendid Marbie and Slate Mantles VltliK nTn.VE WAI.l i, IH.AHC4 ItM I I I!"'l; ,,, Hal- if LH-l.,d ll (tirlci.iiv u?,',t Pn.ntal j r Till w. nut .Tr-. lt'lXOA V. HTH INST.. AT 1 O'l'r.'K'K nnlWVM. I'Af-SMl iKK.tr ).. ::rt., ., .-.r VALUABLE LEASEHOLD AT AUCTION, BY W. H. PASSMORE SV CO., Tuesday Afterncon. 9th inst.. at 3 o'clock. ON THE PKE.MISir.S. B tl! Mil trM'dfUiralde Jauk-o( . art i i. Ramrii, f a new ' aLd Uii Tha Imaa lins 17 y- irs to run frm April L R : W. I ,. a . ni'Vl A i-t iintn. GOTTLIEB Sl EZEKIEL, Wholesale Auctoneers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Corner Second and Adams street". REGULAR TRADE SALE OF Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Etc.. Etc. Tuesday &. Thursday Morning. AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. S. RCQERSGN. Auctioneer. BAILEY SPRINGS Lauderdale County. Ala. I Mils eplabn IT!. I aiiu i Inn Houma. Ii Hall, K ii. liens. uAsaa. nm ! adjoin Ina the Houst'boltl 1111.1 Alley Fix I urea, aai. witu about 7X10 acrea ol" laml -liiiiiK- tract, and all Bw Kltehaa Furnitr.re. har and Mulisi, rattle, Hoga, Sliecp. WiUcoSol-iIulolioly For division liclutjuii nwnerri, On the 15th Day of December. j To Ihe hlKht-Kt 1 ami turniiuru :i rytliiDK 'h in n Ai (-OllllIltMllktIO For liiiflu-; i mripttoa -)i pr. ap inn ho t MtMftfV TTi teMM i til tjOUtl unlli inn, .iii.t ttVt-ailn'-n to t oiitlltUu busi ii ;.,. - i iu; visitor. . rtuation -nut circular le- 'iiy, utliiit-w Klja? '().. rroprii ror-4. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT TRUSTEES AUCTION. BY virtue of a TVed of Tni't. MMW la IJo4k tii, uag-M utii- T-'v-' o Ihe hilr'a) omttoi s'i, i v county, Tt-nn ., extent io nte by Unrv ii. jut aud -Vlexnnder M. Ffljaaia, for The purpiw.- ot m-curm i cer tain indebtt-loe--. thrin et forth, I will, aeronuiiK to the luniin ol" said deed. On Wednesday, December 10, I860, Between the hnnrsof II oVloek ,m. and 2 ti't loek iu., at the northeast corner of I'nton anil s ( i i, i strt-ciN. in tiie eityof Mt'inphitt, T-uiieee. -M U at puone aueuon, tome iiiii- . .-( utnl lt btdier, tor i-ab, tree inia i ' - right of redemption whieh s xpre--ly walved the following dtMtttad r I Mrtjiti . lying io tbe i-ounty a Hhetby, stui- "! T- ;.-Ut-.sH.-e -ind iciiheeityof Meinttii. to-wli: Lot Nuoi1hi- fourteen 'ill. iu bloefc Hlxtx- two UK . i- taM down on what mm loimeriy I known aa SbmiUi Meniphia, fronting "ur bnu i dretl and in 10- net on the north Mde of 1 i Heal an t-t-l, :tnd iui;uini ieic uo.thw;udl , , : itelween parallel Hue, twn hundrtnl t ! for- ty-totir -H ' to the dlvhiiug line ba-tween I tbe John Hit e and Ihe linn. v. Kranto, It be- f UK ib hiiui. gnmnd on which rereiuiy -oa ! "The Ikdanieo Medhal olbge " building. 1 Also, another lot, ba-ftnc a part of lot nun- ; j ber cmm 1, tn bicaik fany-aia i - on th" piau ot ub MetnphW. ana lamndtil H follows; : Meglnning at it ryanl on Houtb kle of H'ul 1 wtreet, "in- hutniretl and nnly-twoili letat w.-t fK in the IlllalUlllim tf tbe went sbl' of lieSoto Mired with the Miutb -eb- ot B. ti street, an I rtinntnir t bene -iouth.anlly nd i ptrpei:i!uruiry twin lu-at urevi, n.- '-uu- I u.ii'1 tweatr-rlve .1.. la ullrv: i tiexl Uk-ivc. -i . lhwnnlly inr liiindrisl -.-Ii' 1 itt luilmi street : llii-uco y, alh Ileal street, ou h-.tiutreU II by the lot. r in parcels to suit ' Tlio lit l.i is (ieaiuoii gix.l. lul 1 y only nut Truhtae. ISO. M. I'lKMAl K. T-tistej. liliri'iias Will MMIV cu TRUSTEES SALE. BY virtue of a Trnt IVel. -xecnte.I to tne by l'riuitcii Wilson, on the Is, day t No vember. ltiiT, aul iluly recorded iu ine Uefcis. ter's ofrlc of Shelby siuni'. Tennessee. In I Hxk N. tii pp.31, etc.. ;ind of a ileeil, nuuie lo Tne bj l'..l lety the'Jilli Of iK'tober. Ias. and ree t::. Wilkon, rde I (siutitv itntl Slate i.n.1 in said otilce. in Heeord j Book (. pp. II. etc.. and to which refeience is I here nrutue, and being called on by the holder I of the mite secureii in said Trust Deeda, to execute the same, I will, on Tuesday, 23d Day of November. 1869. I Between the hours of 10 a.m. aud 1 p-m. of thai .lay, on the premises Hereafter described. the prop mveyedin said XraatOaeds, and deserl)jel thus, as lying in said nun'.y tsnd Ktatc. In Civil liislwi-! So. 7, conuefning, by isrtimule. 1-atli acres and Isiun.Icd as follow-: HeKiuui'.tK at a klake oil cleared liuid NW s. titer or lot No, T: llience siiuli V) chains and 73 link- to a stake, lv " 'log wood and poidar pointers, SW i-rtmer ot l.i No. 7; thenee west tlglil i'hiil:i and :!'--sevi n links io a slake, iwo white ami lostoak point! is; thence nnrUi lUirtJ.ne -bains ami oa- Ju la Ho by as' dower; thence east H chains I andK7 '.Inks to the beginning. Theughtof ; reilemptlon Is waived by the terms f said Trust lieeii; I shall make no warranty of title, j .,. 1 K.IU. f h. tirls to be irood. A. Mlj NSON, Trustee. WilbonA Beakp. Attorneys. oca TRUST SALE. BY virtue of a Deed of Trust, executed by ! Theodore U. Antle, on the Am day of An gnsi, istn, ana oi recorn in tne itecisier s office of Shelby oonnty, in Record Book, Ko. j fit, at page HO, et sequiter, I shall, aa Trustee named in said Deed, ou Saturday .the 27th of November 1869' At 13 o'clock m.. proceed to nU, for cash, ; upou the premises, the tract of Ian-.: In sata i deed described, for the purpose if eat Isfyinii the last of the three notes secured by th sali deed. The said tract oonalsta of two acres of land, about four miles from Memphis, on the Pia-on Boost road, helug lot So. I ol il. 1 1. Oeadrick's subdivision W. P. DEADRICK. Trustee. Memphis. -f.ih iictouer, ua. oeJt law I TRUST SALE. n virtue of a Trust Deeil. to me executed ii bv 11. B. 8. Williams. Trustee, an. I KUza N. Williams, I will sell, to the highest bidder ior cash, on Tuesday, November 23, 18S9, At the Hall of the Chambarof Commerce, in rosd, sn.l iiartieuiariy ues rtoesi m frtim the heirs of 8. J. Hays, aoe said Williams, dated -Tth May, MS reference ia made for a mora pari scriptlon of said property. Hale between id a-minu 1 P.m. oa JOHN P. TRUEVANT, Trostaa. RQYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO., Arrr-m, N. E. cor. Main and Jefferson Sts. daily aKa of merchandise, furniture, etc , Uhtn s No Gonda oftVrxt atanctlon andr ltmrt 'WZ" ' ' ,7! WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND SILVER PLATE, From the well known hoiuo of C. J. TYLtR & CO., At our Salesroom. Oilly, at 10 a..., and continued at 7 p m., until tbe atocii i Ctosnd out. EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED LE-jBarTSi;. Th luilea Mrti7nlar!y Invited, a Ooou no- open for exajnln.wtoo. a ROYaTEM, rSSMMI i. CO nor? Aaeticnefrs ADMINISTRATRIX S SALE -or SUBURBAN LANDS ON HORN LAKE ROAD. I WILL wll flcrnn nnd a-bulf Acn-' Land I 1 bwonclrn t tl of Jr,bn Wlldbrr ! icr. ilr,'H.-,.M! . o tcu liijjut lJilcr, .c. cmu, ! jii itie ironilK Tuwiiay. ajBaaira C. a; 2 o'clock. i Tn Und ts har.dme'7 attaatwl OB 'J Horn Lake rowi. inufi crftbo ,VH AT N Th aalfria mn!. under ad rro of tl:' C7ina--"rr Courv-giTluR to purui.aaau3 a pcr.octj title. C. J. WIl.Lir.i-,K.il, It, Adroiolaintiix. R0YSTER, T3E2EVAHT t 6K, aajj A.aetlcpra. PEREMPTORY SALE OF TWENTY' RESIDENCE LOTS OTS WALNUT AND TATE STREETS NEAR ST. AuNES ACADEMY, AT AUCTION. ON THURSDAY. NCVEMSER fftb. I ITLI. FU..TO TT'Kn. unni on wh :.:; I n Every Lot pat up will be sold without re serve or price. Tnn.MS. Half cH .h. 1'.' ant 1 months, ttl ti.teitMt, secure,! by una! o..1. Ji'IlN UaJKAXH. ROYSTEU. TRHZEVANT 4 ' J.. no4 au lliineeil. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF 50 Small Farms Five Miles from Memphis. lliwtioa f Hi will of K c late! T try POHK. e wnl ..il. al e-lhllc Saje. to Ui IneneKi i.idrtor. upou ilie ui.cs. t.viniiiu at In i 'clock. Monday, November 15. 1-369, TUa well-Unown and valuati. called E3 S1 Plnntntton, lelonenB: tA tb att of M i 'lent, flv miN from Mv-;ii t . jn : iiikiti H.i-i"ti roi'J. Tht qnallty oi lt.i land iuht bf- nicrrrt Imm th" ffici thm !t maiJc. Vr IU ptopr'tN -rhi-rcimtntlon ol ivine in most : r;fT irui ttnl pinnn-r in the thto, und v him taaal of ihe wtjd in h.-aiUig o'S reimi..a .liiv J into FIFTY S?4ALL FARMS mn without furtn ami ne thm ut lei i'lun itwv bo in & L J-, iU Third c:h. bala WI THOUT IS Tlii. ROYSTES, TREZEVANT & CO. H'!7 Arcnctrsj. PUBLIC SALE OF MEMPHIS BUSINESS PROPERTY: VM FIRST-CLASS SYSain Street Stores ATAUCTSOiM. ARE nfSTRl'CTFD HT nrABT-Ea V JON lis, , rtf., o j3r, at pabilo afei, tuoM TWO ELE jAXT STORE-HOUSES AND LOTS, Nos. 226 and 230 iain St., Each lot having Tout on unout 24 feet by a Ut-ptb ol proved by commodious brick tt et of iia- jld established nrxn oi it fonr-storinl Brick aiul tlla present occupant, as THE GREAT RED STORE. Strictl; material : so in tli comman flrsi-elasa property In location, size and onudilicn. nnl especially . tirst-clasa tenants which It always Is at the highest rul.ng ra'.i- oi rents. I il is impossible to mm a is.tr w wue. m v. sttuent In real estate here or euwnere; , and in tne necessity wni.h lorcea hint upuu the market, Mr. Jones wishes to avail him self of the fnUest competition, among bid- i ders. He has therefore instructed us to lvw notlco thai It will be put up at peremptory THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. At 3 o'clock p.m., upon the premises, when and where we shall be happy to meet a il.11 attendance of bidders. IKU .1S OK .SaLc.. Half "ash. ralanoe equally divided in 6 and 12 mornhs. wtta In tsreat, secured by deeds . of trust upon th property. The sale will be with petiecttltle to the purchaser, with rents ber, and possession 1st of Jai KOYrsTlLlt, riLVLi ocll NT CO.. Auctioneers. HARDWARE. COHON GINS! ALLISON BROS., SOLE AGENTS FOR E. CARVER & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GSN WHOLESALE DKALEKS IN HARDWARE IRON, SUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS, : J TENNESSEE. pmSSlSSI? ryoars. when, as uow, u v (