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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
M KMPHIS, . TENN., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 6. 1869. i:STAT3LISHED 1840. JOHNSON. Speculations as to his Future by a Radical Correspondent. Will he be Senator. Representative, or President of the Convention ? "Avery." Hit Nashville correspond- cot of the Cincinnati tbmm nt-5, thus speculate- upon the future of the Kx- President, all of which is given for what It J- worth: 1 do not Know how much truth there is in. this, but it is tolerably certain now that he doe. not intend retiring from pnt'lic life. If he had lieen suc--i iul in hi-Senatorial aspirations the .n,J ,,frd years might have found him ready to retire from "making them fellow howl." and spend Hi old age in eae and quiet. Hut a he ha lut'u uuMie rami in that, it is no time now tun-tire on the lx-s of defeat, and he has tin notion of doing it. It 1 wid to la- the wish of the jieo pleotthe First CongreaMonal District ihit he come home from Nashville una ruu against Hutler tor ornrmK, :it theiiext election. If he should do this it kit Very probable that he would be ilecled.M Hutler is neithera bright nor a popular man in his di-trict, while Johnson is both. Johnson on f tin -tin, ii. i!i his native range, with i; .d'Tji-l- Kandom Hutler for a com- ix-titur, would ne a campaiK" live of rich results. Hutler i- not iimrh of a speaker, and the MdBM Avoald look for him U !e eaten up aliwatthe hands of the belligerent Andy, a resatt likely tooecnr proykfed . the '" mill " is made up. Then i-n Make about one thing, hoWv-ver. and that is that Andy is tiftert'-i'thhi?. though there is some doariM a W nnl t Nearly every day stare ihe d. : -at, he lias been a :-itor to tne t'apltui during the -e----i.in'f tiie Senate Bad House. He I. nv-e- his bridal chamber, gets in a hack, and is taken to ti ( uidtol, where he gv iii'.o the hall or lav. the ;- i "u . . and closely wat- tu--tfiejrbciHs.li;i; l.y the hour. Hisen-,;hr- r nil' to know what the deuMta in iiuiiian shape i- tt'.to. They r . ,.... i.. .niiiin.r tin. U.irtir rf I he n i ul !o!i l.twilM ano w in ie h d4esate irmu ireeoa ;-.uny, with thebapi'ol ; etucted n'.sidinti tulicrr. itlu r- are disposed to soefuu i' MM Blatter, and siiy that lie is re fring; his niind as to leisl!itivopri maiiaaA a-i that he will ruu lor flia j..-1-.-iur- ia Wl. , SO far j1i oe:ii.i;i(i"S are eo.uvrutst, lie hu nt hi d lie s i m JI.Hl--, -r the depressii: : e fleets luil weTy iiipbt he in be parlors of Jlie Maxwell iourded by iiiii,';- aud lam Ctth the lirers, in wnose cut-et.'ii; -rs, in wnpse enwtju; tii he appareuiiy nires. ti. i. i ii fat, iud 1, It eju4'd bim anv iitortificaUOU. il.- docs uot like the wnythat VA- roum! Cooiier treats! him, and it Ls not uatura! that he should. Sio man IBm. ... .l,.r.,.it,) TK,r la li., I, In- land of lllljaann who does it. IT: KiinuiidVxuer had ansvetod John- s,)!," wn. ii His iiaur- was .-ams, on that enreiiUul t-'riatay, Andraw Jokav - w ruVl lo-t.&y have Ikvo 1'nited stat'-s S-iKuiir eli I Jehuson ami Ilk fni'tai-' exfieeted such aai .;:i-wer t'r,.iii iiim, inasmuch as he had beeafore , in th Sirht fur Johnson all the linn, ai.d wnefl Ed. Voted titr his brother they were smitten with tremD- brother they ayeresuuncn withtremo- Ua mod raga. Weir main prop had been " tolleti" out, and Uje whole hu- perstraetnre upon which ii..y ii.nl M-r-irui-iiiri imi.! i.iiilt thi ir honis. I11 wiih a crush. s., ;.,r trvio betievia that hi- old fr; :id Edmund would vyU? Mifjat him, Jcfcoasn did ii;t betteVa am his hrutiier lleory would ran agitata! biaa. 11. thouiiht that he had the Cooper family vU j harne.-s, hut thegr Idekerf ap la the traces, and aaTod Bawe :.iu hmtrimwmu iJ'it now that Copper is pr..v Id. 'i fci jhiiaiai will aot aaveJdai in the w::-: wIkt' Bfownkiw dies, and the next raos poaara up. Reports from Kn.iw:!!.- aXI if"" that tin-. Senator is in v-iy ieeMa lev'th, and liable to droj. l ii'nt any time. laeaae nreh an eveatshoarid hap pen, A. J". w-.u'd have Ids bpapa iilaaanriri and iMuniof ready for ti race, and . i du he )d Ktheridjre would lo k iionw. 'Hie friends of Etheridse nay that he must have the pawiltiw wirea Uteoext electtoa caaafla aaantaal, w he oobiy siiil'-red Maaaietf to in- aaartyre i ;.. aava NW Statu from I hi dlU'.lili' n-" Inliiii nil At the same time tin- Johnson BBew ate dataiailitf d thartie ir favoafte nfitB aetheoeaaaag ma-.i thai next ooaaaa, M he was the vn iini of n lou! conspiracy and com bliia'ioii at Ihe last naMt WbeUter Broauaaar ajtvaa uj ih prho-i hefrm lo- term expires or not makes little .iiif Tenee, in one sense of the word, to Johiiooii. JJe lias al y ays haeai in oaHoo aiaee he anal Ian '-ity-tlirie, and bow batog apramrd f alxiy, hi- aaje is too reat to break the habits of a lifetime, lie aritl always b' an oflVceceiooi and ready to occupy mmv pdHttfoti that may (all to We tiaanrT IJe would preier the Heuate. but if he caa't pel that he will take anything that lie ran fffA , and no e need beauriill -(d lo -ei- Biaa ..'an- Ol dada Irom efori .'oijjrr.-,or ce him returaea r,- ', a- a delegate to Uutioiial ti:jventwi). His tin- l':ii:- mind a was llfti n u 'ue uhd vigorocjaaa it I , heklim ked KlIOW -No! 'ill!;::- aad Gus. H-nn with i!. u OBJ Df th" 's'ate, "e "eagle orajyr," Uj do? Jl.-w l.;.,.... ir . ai .... ofliee or n ti." im .--.-ssiou . riii .rni-i . If he i r a profi iMional man - a uw- ver, for iiHta: he could ret. t, lo his riiT.d h . ghaaafry gadi no raner ebo iou rj .'1 iiiiildviin nt. Bat i. . . 1 - baa no profes-ion, mi.l it is now too lat- lo J.urn oi; . Frara aw aad iB.iu-ations, idsfrietala will make :t stron efEiri to (rot him " Misttioii " :t- pi. idiii;- oli.'-i-r ofthe coming eraiveation, tboagh :ls to whether tht-y will BUCOeod 1.; 11! the futuit-alone wiil (i- ti r:niiie. ! Itwir It -.ti I very of'i-n thai h w ill not lie fhos.;j, as the eonventiaa will I"? lanjHy.ir. ji.-.'! at px-iebela, arhaae lll.-nio v o: our fate mil. h-:ts.i:i '.lies- is too fre-b t 1 a lmi! ... ta.-ir oh'vaUng j AieiV j:nisou ov.-r tin m. MASSACHUSETTS. The Republican State Ticket Elected by a Small Majority. A sM-. iiil nf ti,.- M - itist., to tin- t'iueiiiu iti -i,nii,rrii(if, says; 1 he j The etueUon in M.i -.i.-m:-. Us lias l.ivn , th- i,i,,-1 mix, 1 ever kaowa. The niiiii r ii". i- i:h- i-i.-ei :nii oi i ii- i Iteiiul.-ti.'.itt S; t?i- tn-Ki-t. hv :i very iiniaU alra"! .. laajtarityovaf the tit k- ets of tiie ii. in i. r nn- ana i. ii. ir.e t.rrni iiuti.--- bul hy a iJuraliiy ov.-r IkiUi. i Chtttitberlaiii, win. was Ihe rand i- la'i- for ijovernor, l tin- I.tiir He-' form party, has ren-iv.-n a i-i irri-gu-BT vote. For uistait.- -, in tha oWB : Weyuiouib, out oi a l .ta! pull nt about I.HXI, la- r.viv. aia, a majority ovt both the mruhir llepubliean antl ',-mo-raiie parties, while in Itostou, " -t of I,a)0 votea, he ban bul 106. In at mauy toama a luu no vote at I all Hia atreagtsi ant drawn chiefly j r-'.m .h- rreal aaae toaBr Leaa, i llaveri. 'U, Mdfonl, atarWeaead,xWey- i i ,1. , 'id AldBffteM. More than ; "In- third .. hUeaueevote waa drawn Iroui tlaasa Vwna. la the .Slate it M ill probably "1Ul " exceed teli . thousand. . , . . twi, interest was fi-11 in the l.-gis- taiive contest it being coiitplicat.xl . not uiiiv I iy t lie Itt'jor fjuiHtiiri, but by ! the itoue.o, liquor liiiwe or pru-ul"- j t ,n. ''l'he lirW-Vnwsn uudoubtwlly s,t-uti'tt nsajoray t Hu. lri ,..il.lic.tns rt-:ain baanrtioa, an ovt-r- I.Ul ...V - - - .ivliiliuiiiK tiiajurity. ... i .:... n.iiu t istantlini: tht- lhn llniusjtiitl niiijority for Adaiim, ..... -i..,...r. i.r.. ciiil.tllV tilVldtil I- i . e., im. purti-ss, and the Denitrab, T .u. :ul.. .s ..f tl,e Houso from the itv. Nut '.neirt tlif liifmo-m nom tin'- ,-iiv, ti, ' .ther bfaiich, i a probi bitionist. When H.-puWi.-an mem tiera in other pan- ol the HtaU. hae ix-eo of tb.it jK-r.ua.v'ou, tliey have een regularly cat, and in a large niimlwr ill cases defi alsl iV Ilenio- . iiii-orlwItiinrHeiiulilieaiieaiididates. The license men h.ivi i.eeti holilinn " B jubilee iu -rveial part of the city - . . . Wi-lilu it. ' - - A VorU dHulei, ande. l.ili t 'J.,r' e j der his l.iU ' i.ur,.. iy ao t-out-iuaiviiiy. M, a.. TT. 1 id Hs. Vm. n hiH email . ' , n.Ki, tioii be-' of distnb..on V laaarjriau w,.' , - are, Wti hut i me tact may - llnu or- l,.t- swept everything. NASHVILLE. Prnr.epriinns nf Both the Houses, A Bill to Tax Incorporations. Industrial & Mechanical Corporations " Apportionment of the School Fund. . f Trustee of the Bank of Tennessee. Mr. Johnson's Banquet Last Night. Etc. Etc. Etc. rpboial to tiik rnub N asiivii.i.k, NovemlKT ". Mr, Slaughter latrodoeai a hill that all incorporations other than those for educational or religious purpose -Imll pay a tax of tw enty dollar. The following Senate bilis have I a third reading: Wbjih u-orporate the Tipton Counly Industrial and Mechanical Associa tion. To incorporate the Tennessee and Kentucky Agricultural, Mechanical Hn1 Horticultural Association, at lluinbol.lt. To reduce the acts incorporating Memphis into one act. Mr. Sell oflerrd a resolution direct in"; the ( omptroller to rejiort immedi ately w by the annual school fund ap portionment has not been made, and When the same will lie made. ii1"'- Adopted. Mr. Caldwell introduced a bill in the Hmh to accept, con tirm, ratify, ; anl make obligatory the leas' of the j Na-hville and Northwestern Kail road. The bill to reorganize the County j Court df Shelby county, passed a sec ond reading. The House bill to remove the Su , . - Jacko.) j'Ued its tlnrd reading. Mr. Harry uuvieij a resolution that J;e Trustee of the Bank of Tennessee be nrnmiftA to rile a more complete and explanatory report of the condi tion of the bank, staiino wlat amount of th.- notva Jjiiounted are (rood, arjbal amount doubtful or bad, Uisting-uLsh between all food, doubtful aud bad assets, atate what claims atrainst the u k ar,. ;u4 alul tliast, lu. ,-oii-iders unjiisc nd fraudulent. Adopted. Both House. Jj 'timed to Monday. Th"? ban.juet glv.n ty "resident rnhafin at the Btaeey House BnigW is a macniftoant ,'iffair. There is a Uetgfi attendance of Bg or the li-iature and citizens. Xospee-iie or BDBSBI Wltc ma-te, oy n-iiucai, johaaoa ieanag that aaoaeuung un- ph-i-aiit night be said. I5i-.ni:. .... .4.l.. , mocfxnm) WVm mVAtcam. VUum HU, .Noveinher 6. t - l'residenl TnhlUfWl cave a hamjuet to ,,.. meuilwrs ol the la-Kislattin- at the th,. rneuiltora ol the Lagii Home to-niBiit. . , .. , Senter, Senator FoW (iovernor anil a numher of other ilistintruishi il eitizens were presii. It was atM of the most agreeable eateataiimeaibi ever piven in Na-hviU', and everything nauatd at uitmtmyotiT- Jolmson and antl--Johnson men '"gjpj Uarmoniously, all commendiiie their host, OaL Matt. Brown. Tie. I'.i-tollice buildiii"; here being uaiit lor ot ihe Postmaster General Baa in. irueti .l an aeut of the service in this MvtakM to procure a citable building in nana other portion of tin city. The shire of J. M. MeKenzie, at fylyski, was set on tire to-day by the explosion at u paal oil bvmp, and the haaae, together witn t,';e stock, w:e eoii-umisl. Hiown's store aaWohailBT ' was ui.v" burnt, but his goods were; saved. Atiotui .- -tore was also much jjiaiagrd The loss i- abof) pJm mpaitiy covered by in-urance. I'ltoM 04 h .i:i'IAl. i iiltlll-slMMiKN l-. NaUBXVtUaB, .Niivt,i.l"r 4. The' f, linn ii, nl Aiuerinm sustains tilt; r."-1-oluti.m ifeelarhag Henry CaoBaw aaall gibla) aa paltad Stataa Saaaiat'. This Imiks us if :i -s-rious coiitosi mi tlu maeaj0li iraa coiiu-iiiphttisl. lias point- ajeaje paajhl be feaaihle if pre KfUUtl now lor ihi- lir.-t tiijjt', hut they have laag ahsaa haeaj foriuuliyjei-iiiei! agaiaal by the Beaate aad gaaaa .... It-pi.-si-inail ls at 11 ll-iliir.'uill. l,.ai- : in out of the naeetioB all other views af th-- suhj 'it, Ttaiiirnnr caaaa into therUalaau gad her Constitution was frameil HBBg atter t;.; adoption of the t'edenil Coii-titutioii, and it s not her Braarhaaa to ajiaaraaVt to the aallnea ti .ns prescrilnsj .iy ii for Si-nators ami Ueim-s.-ntatives. 4a9rew Johnson's nomination l.y the Coiiservativi-s of Qtaaaai county flL"- the OuaveBtlon. u'ill cause the usir of his' inlluenc to hurry uji the I i,.ii iu tb. .ii nate, so that he may 1 ( i -ly j-.isuije a iSj separat'il Irom w hicli ' " tMkm) a"J ili--onteiiteil. lathe i'liv.-tiijoii, he Will make HU etVort to ie-",,t' Uaaaaif as a leader by prominent t ,iiUiipioii--hip pfttta mo-1 pSgTTll" reforms. His future e.Jlir-e, ub. iher oae of wa' r rtaaaHlatloa. i will, no doubt, ha ii.i-es.V-iU'.wed at the baii.iuet it is mider-tiMal He N t" gV Kriilay aight. The thini-liarty BBBveaaaM ta as atttaABttss Kastaajal DtaauwKaejr, Isbi unaafHalilj wiasiaiBi bjt tfaeattariti aaiat uf Um .-i.-m.-nt-s whidi oaaaUaavd t . isssaal Johaaon, to llu-ir previous iv-s.s-iittii.ii. As tlu Ji.'iiitK-rats arka annarted Joau-tu sgraa with those olio (ij.e.-sl kSSS on 'Vi-ry. othi-r laaiaflna. they ars iiattmilly raaaaalag th air BMBaar n-latiotia. This, of t.h.,.i t ilwH.inn Whim. rVaa. ' T LTZ M - rvti v,, ajad all who have, stow uie war, Hfieu M 1 1 u im- i' -nio iam raaara BUS thut :, 1 i, . tn I : i -' ' t' ; I - .."ra.lilism. hereafter, will not in:-' I .' in a ll' l v H un iiii aa wo mu ,wia- aunt artiat l pair Us ajajtlc orgaaixatiaa, m trim 1ie,t lt. WM Koaored by sover i U'ork With it in harmonious move- j ciuua. He wan profuse in eharity, and work viith it ment. The l .inner-. a- tliey are called here ..,, ..!..... ur. lie.) lo-r.. . i : itt-r j I'uit,! status Henator-.-ieet are not u l...li. v.-.t t.i have ' 1 ' . . ,i .i li-a understood la the late eleition aa tha axact oiars: oa Use Oaaveation Dilt. tm Wadaeaday, Kdward Cooper, ,. f . u-.k,.......-.,, evP4i moved a ' ""' ' ll" ' restriction amendment, al. -i, carried by hU and the united tsutea j rjeuatoi-eloci'a voles; and taith ol i them voted for Mr. Nelsou's substitute i rttanmalBB with a faamaition aa u'" t on. ntion ana . suhmiiimg t ittu pitople a Iraucinse ainendBseat, and an granting Um 1-,-islatu uiiH-mliiii'iit granting tha U-gislature tin- tianiuii ing jKiwt-r in rusea of iiniH-ai-hint-nt, t liicii did not carry. ThU would leave in exiaU-uee many of the abuses hieh it i hoped the C'uuveution will wipe out. The amendment of .Mr. i. 8 linutatloiiH upon the power ol the Kd. Coojier, whicli carneil, imposing Convention, win, n tne i-ouveiiiiou deems ibi funi-tions eurtailetl by any such ri-sii ii-liiins, e-itablili a priacipk ill theUoverumentoi uusnuiie wiuc.u T(,,,, jnists Uj,oll UMiderlug his r.-s-dot.s awav with all pretense or at--; i.'iiation as one of the Cabinet. The L-nnwb-diriULUt of a popular basis in , . . i ,ni i h, I Its iorm. nit wuk - . i . a ...... I I Lu tin, irrnur , im... .U..I. .. ui lie nowliere. and the l.egi-uiurc m 6 , 1 . 1 . ..... ..I,, l.i.r tli iinr-itaiV, -imu oi-yoini tie-jr..r, i.ii,ii.Hia,i7e!iudbevoudth;people, ami aiu-a r.-ncies bv w hit'l1 tliey createu i. Ul M Aatever of ii to. It wiU be virtually the exclusive re- i miirV nf thu snvHreurntv of the I n - , - ... .. ; .... u.. ... tlw.e i-rejaleil i state. The Cooper idea will then ps aigishiture of Teuubsaee a ami W taiKISiaiure OI icuiaww servant of ihe iieoDle. aetinif as the waster of the peapk. and restricting then, in the exercise of their tiiriinarv themir tDeextniscot tteirpir.ajary: ongutal una t.-lusi ,- power-. Mr I :,iu m ,1 ( ',,, v.s nrnii.e i., tlx ' ' rienuors to be carvful and give the matter a full examination liefore they brMtiMd into a Convention life and i power, shows him not much of a friend of the movement. lfa Ethe-1 ridge and our Senator voted plump ; againt Cooper's miv every time. The former gentleman gave notice of a intention to introduee"an amend- j ment restricting the number of mem- j hers of the Convention to the number j of Scnators-u most valuable sugges- tion, in view of the great .saving in the expeaae oi the body which it will n feci, now so d sirabie to the tax .payers of the Stute. The ratjllcation of the XVth amend ment grows weaker, for Mentor's message, the most persuasive rhetoric that has vet been delivered anywhere in its behalf, is fHst being forgotten in Tennessee. Tins is evident irom ine changing temper or East Tenneweeon the question. Col. l.ee Crandal, of New Orleans, i- about to settle to rife tienuan col ony in Illount county, North Ala bama. His associate was here to-day, en route to Cincinnati, to make ar rangements with that view. M. W. C. NEW YORK. The Byron Scandal Refuted Again. Deputy Collector Gone Glimmering. The Tribune on the Late Election. Letter from Falher Hyacmthe. Forged Autograph of Washington. Fisk's Show-Shop " Catching ii." New Loan from Secretary Bautwell. European Capitalists to the Rescue. NW YoitK, Noveinlier o. -A long article on the Byron scandal, from the London fmtttltrtg is puhlhfhed, which contains u scries of letters written by Ijady Byron to Lady Anguata Leteh. The" letters are expressive of tie wannest friendship, end an.1 written at th- very time at which she was eh ii-.i d with tiie iii:i-t horrible crime and remrdinffheraV the Vea, cau-e of f.twrui..ri a.T-i eonliug to the Stone article. The Sun publishes a rumor of the i rliirht of 8 unnel 8. Bhrtehford. i)ep- i uty Collector m the ( nst. iutiou-', . . . . . , i who is iruiliy or frauds, it siico they prove, Bxeeeding ft2SQ,090. 'I 'be T' Vmiu- place s the Assembly at i Detnoerata uuil 6 Bepubiieana,and ii... Benata at 17 beaiotiihta mid Is J1 j'liblicaus. Latter reiaraa lodioatc oae Dafeag. . ivre Hyaeinthe's letter to the UOY, 1 Mr. Baeoii, contains the annexed sen-! tenee: "I remain faithful to my ' ,.,,., ,, ,f , haVl. mt,, u,, ,nv I proteal Bgajbst the txcesBes which dis- i honw ii, apd sts-m Dent on its rum, ' iiiitujui sim vnianuna.a uoi vou ma' meiivre te intensity of rnv 'ars. love for It by the braetSe of my la- ; No action was taken by the Cabinet mentation' ' j to day, relative to the appointment ot An ratograph letter of Waahtng-! a sneeftwor'to liatterrWa, ton's, purporting to be wrltteji from I A delegation ol railroad men from lndei.enden(v Hail, PhUadnlphia, TwnaaBBe. califd uj...ii the President and recently pabUahed, Ii bftrgery, this moraing, merely ta pay their re and a man nai.ietl Win. E. Epperson, sj (e. now under arrest, proves to bethel The custom receipts from October a;;t'Hr. 29d lo the :i!h, inclusive, were There to le but littiadoobt 1 t,l34,V&. but that tla new Ci DStltidot) is totally defeated. Four hew uttaehinejus arere i .-ii.-.i to-day aaaioat Fiak'a )! ra House. three at the rait of Orlando w. Joae. Ivn and one at the suit of Alatrta II Karr. The forni'-r were for ? 350", and the latter for 1272,580, arhkh, iith the former attachments, com- j pleteiy u.-.e mJ risk s interest in the establishment. On a oiotian to vacate the previous attachments Dgamst the the Opera House, at the anil of Jose I vii , Jadge Brady has decided thai legally risk is a resident of Oaotow, and that If the attachments were prop er issued the mast stand. TIP haa lajam trom Vaahiagtaa that ri-cr-tary Koutwei; i-. i:;aking ar-; raii ri-m.-nts to t.i inL' out a la w !' at ! ' ofh fito ammum-e-l nt an i-ariy cJ it is aUo lnlol'iiiisl that an a-'.-m ol the Tria-ury 1 K'partmi-tu saiiiil Car Barope pa the Scutia en WrflarBfliir last, with ajAotMity to negotiate with eapitniiv. r,,r a eoiisiih Table part of it. The naxhoutn rb' f latere! which hi- is uuthorized to tri'nt tot i. 1 pat t-i-n'.. FOREIGN. Death cf eo-oe Peabotly in London. What tha London Times Says of tiio Great Philanthropist. Holiday in London The Queen and the Bridge Viaduct. Hint to the Harvards - Racing. Mcru Bc.it- Tarrsita Baiter Lxploaiag m Sheer ness. Murderous Atl ick on a Party of Irish Priests. Admiral Topeto to Withdraw from the Sjianisn Ministry. . . . .1 The Ualmattan heocliicn Oelcat 01 1 tha Insurgents. LoM'.ia. 'nvet.iticr ifs)r.- ria body di.si ut his residt-nce In this city, j laat Bight, ;:t halt-mat Bkrrau eVslaaK. Tne lunvK says the aawBaw vaorse reahody's deata will bereeetvacj '.v,iii iiiirninini.il sorrow on hot It siiles af the Atlantic. .Sentiments of rert-t will not la- a mere nassinn tribute of eratitude to B ninniiH-i-iit beuefa lor. Hi- vas a New Ktifrlander, a man who, when WMht h.-i)' - I lih -raliy thOaS liowtsl down to tln-iiust; he atetipod tral promptly and claiuwil a right wa - a ,hjl!ithropi-t. He likcl Hie noor as well a the homireii. luen whs nothing hard or narrow about his ' phUaBthrophy ; he sinily tlitl wrja: r, xxl that came in his way. To-morrow will to a aoit.tay in London and tin- Exchange w ill not In opajS. Uueeii Victoria will visit tin-, l( (.(U m,w Mdge viil(IlU.( I i he first of the iouisoared races be- Result of lite Late State Election, tweu the Thames and Tyne crews, for was seulled today on the; Ti,a..v: course, irom I'utuey u, m..m- : Bemtas. XovemUr -..-The follow- Hn j tlttt W:ls won by il..- b,g seems to b.-the rcult of tin- late xyae crew by tbroo ient'th: 1 elec-tioa; Twenty-two fciaaatara (afc YVhilethe jranboai Thistle waa 0B 'majority) oppoel to the licen law, trlalirip off het-rncss y.-stt-rday alter-j and ls'in tivor; 7 Senators in favor . her Iniiler e.xpl.Mled with tern- of retaHiiiijr the State police, which Tea uieu were kUled oat- t waa another Issue in the ekx-tioa. The rht an1 ejghl severely wounded. The Hutk of England has raised the 1 rate of discount i pat cent. Ulbi-in, NovemU'r 5. While a part v of priests antl othern were rt -furnng fnun a lautl meeting iu Cavan ... . L . 1 1 Iim ursiin. K-in.r in wait ou the roaUaide and bruiallv beaten. One has aiaea died from hw Inlurlee. The assault is generally i considered an Orange outrage, anil a i Coroner's jury has brought a verdict of murder against an Orangeman who i uhs ii,,i,li,.t,sl ua hwvimr I.-lu.I in the affair . K M i nifiit ....... ii.... .1 . in. ir.il itegent refusia to accept the residua tion of Toiiete, but the Admiral re . . . ' i'vi main- tirm in his determination to .... - . wittulraw troiu the -Ministry. It is V. ,. .... U ...1 I . . . v . - ' .. probable the whole , nn- wnuie t auiuet win re -i", "' i mu ,o,,u u. new our. ' deavor to till the vacant scsits in the ; Cortes with Deputies favorable to the e'l M v,u '" . v. ....... v. ....... 1 IV. L ... avTK. Nov. 4 . A.lviexM, Cuilaro fclato that the troous! after a i battle which lastot iotirhoiirs,,iefeated the reUls and capturetl a sta-ong i.osl - whU.h hft9 lKs.n w.u,i(4 l)V ! them, near Lissa. The population ,if lun i. is hml surremi. r.sl i., 'he aVustrian authoritit. i " " ' - - WASHINGTON. Gen. McMahon'on the Paraguayan War. The Supreme Court North Carolina Cotton Case. Ocaan Postage to Great Britain. Three-Penca Likely to be the Rate ' jjj Election Committee on S. Carolina. Etc. Etc. Etc. i Washington, November . Oen. Mc.Mahon was before the House sub Committocon l-'oreign AH'air yester. day, and gave a history of the atom of the Paraguayan war. He aaid it was instituted by Hni.il to extend monarchy and slavery. He himself was well treated by 1,om-z, who is fa vorably dispose! toward the C lilted States. The Kli-s-Washburn ilifticulty had bin settled before he arrived in Paraguay. Masterman, he said, wa an r.iiKii-ii sutye.-t, and be won hi not Have Mt at liberty to Interfere m Ins cs.-e. IK , ;i. uct as Mml-t r has noen enuorseii nv me .state iiepari- and J. WiiUon We'.ib are soon to be examined. - In the Supreme Court to-day was argued the can of the I'nited States vs. George W. Line appeal from the mi lit. I, i .'iiuwiin 1 1 tit i . . . i : CuMrt of Claims. It Involves the de tention in North Curolimi waters of I cotton which, durini: the rclH-llion I hud bean bruogfat Irom within the rebel Iffleaaad ander the aatrcoudae ! of the miiitiiry authorities of the , I nin-il BtateX. Washington, XovcmlxT 5. TBota I j lata ialalllgenca hMwiaii through Mr. j ThorntoD, l!riti-h Minister, it auDeiir.s that li'i- Miti.-slv's ( Joveriinicnt is . prepani to reduce the tingle rate of j ten (tonus knowledge) oy a man who I paataae for prp-aakl ett; r- between had once been physician to the Em the Patted States and" the T'mtisl poror, .1 man of crettt ability but dis Ringdop to tajree-noea, There in.; solute haiiits, who had lost bis atund . little doubt, therefore, of the early inn in society and his employment by adoption of this ineu-ure of the pofcdd reform. llepresentatlvq) Churchill, Rmm and K'uulaM, fne iMn-wmmittee of the Coaaadttee on Elections, after con ference to-day, decided not t-go to South CkrolllHj to inver-iigate the con tented etecMow from the third and fourth CbnirraBsional districts. The reas,,n f,,r their action is, that the con- tingeiit Aim! (if the ll.itiM- isfxhaustt .i of the means mce-sary to pay two or three- iurii'r.sl witnesses neeesaarv ! l". eiatelaed In or.ii-r 10 : atloni .u,i miormiuioii tor tne action 01 t t Ii1 Jioti-e. i 1 .... ... , .ah I . J. A 4.1. m 1 vMiii iii'iu IS 1.441 UJ l4Wt(; U .!( , Ml-' I iicp ji Ui i mbjad until rJi mee&Agf of Oongresa, ; iikfebk'q by thcWth of the ln Tho tstimov iii ti:" J, tii-u i mm ixror of France. Stnurtl aMoti that then bv the committee will make ! 1:1,1X111 printed j.aes. The testimony I in twe-ity o'.her eases, ioctusling the i'ovode and VanWyck contest, will,; cover prt.-li-j.bly n.iiiiU jirinte.1 pai-s, and there BIC already alwut thirty coniesrea caes. 'Ji'p !te last rlseal year aliout ,"v act- 3 fa. the puhUa tomi wen enh?rl under the fSotnertead v.nd other laws, jiekflag the Government FROM ALL POINTS. Change Li Vn Marital L"iW3 A.iiny tits Israelites. No Mors Internal Revenue Tax from Pork-Packers. Fatal Accident at a Fair in Georgia. Fast Time---Base Ball Bummers. in Boston. New YoiiK, November The ro-j braa convention ot Jewish rabbis in Philadelphia, yesterday, adopted res- i olattoaa tavariag a t-haace hi the mar ItaJ hiVV's. lo.-know eljrin the woman ; the eijual of the maiii BjaYirjing nvr j nn exchange of rings as a part at the j leeeeaaaay; also, aAMtliahiag divorce) j by the church, a:il leaving tho power ' of divorce entirely to the Jut lit i try of the States. It is i thai Commissioner Delano has poetpoaed the colloctioa of the i UtaBUfdt-iuier-.,' tax 0:1 n.irk-packers ' ' until the Oral uf January: ROMS, .November 5. About four : thoaagaa persons were present on the fair grounds to-day. TiB weather is , line, and the exhibition is very gaodL iThmeyoang men Appleby, "ot Be - tea, and Hart aad .Morrison, of Reene ifere kin. 1 by fatting from the pole ' lor the dab Nkw Yokk, November 9. ftotH m-r's colt. "Joe. Elliott," made a mile to arhgOB yesterd ay in 2:19. ClKCIKN ATI, November .". A hliv ! i crowd U ejected at the Gibson, talk- ing baae ball to tin- stmuia. 'l'he MeOoala aaaj Allen difnculty : i- so iar irrtthut ethat the tight will ' come on. Aden lias iicen tieltl 111 aJ.iK.'i) bond to keep the peat by a magistrate la l i;li loy nship. lium mers are arris tag. S.T. LoCIS, NovemlKT.). A dispatch from Kurt llarker, Kansas, ta UeaV. Baaton, Chief QoaTtanaaster af Ihe lViiaitlht-iil, avi tht. (i.ivernment corral at that past sraa auutk Lv .l.-.j tV.i ....... i .'' iiii.i j. ti.i i-,int-si,n , an. i si.i nniUsi van instantly killed and the huudino partially injured lt..--i..-v 'lV.Olll.l'r .". - The s:ilo of lh ntio-HT teajaaaaffj! Company, at Haphasaet, was blown up hut ! aigkt antl roblK-U of between $ii,000 to 169,000. I TEXAS. Gen. Reynolds and Reconstruction. OaiVVXBTON, November & The l'rovisinnal (inventor Is implying for authority to enforce an ordiauaoe adopted' by the Reconstruction Coa veotioo. (it-n. K-ynolds ,leeides that tin y are not valid', and says that the ratith-atioa of the Constitution will not in -any manner or dejrree validate or make of force the ordinal.. -.-s. jt m, MASSACHUSETTS. llouse siands iii anti-l'rohibitionlala, and 7.3 lor Prohibition "- " I The Warn Teimevie Whig says: j We had already prepared an article i suggesting the napaeot Andrew John- s,,n ;,s a t-audiilate Irom tireene county to the State Convention before we re- uveq ine .11. un uesA.aj , itu a suggesUou inn., ,as4iville to that purisirt. That w a Heltr-which will afford 'ample scope and verge enough' tor file exercise ot His great talents : ... .. ....... I ,!.., I... , 1 . I .... , 1 ailll It. ill.:' i.M l - FHM.lll, . in li the true idea o! constitutional lits-rtj' set iu- to be so imperfeetly understood, it is of the utmost im porta nee that men of the clear head and stroug cou victions which all admit the ex-Presi-dent to possess, should be pressed into the public service. Tho writer iu the Appeal suggests that Mr. Johnson be (SBBted Presitlent of the Convention. He does not need the honor, and we do not doubt that he would fts.-l more at home, ami be far more useful upon the lloor and in the committee rjom." The i.romiueiit eaudklates for tho Circuit Judgeship for the etreuit com- j priming the State of Michigan, Ohio, : kenluuky and Bomemmm, are M', K111LUOns, of Detroit! Judge Wlthey, of the Western District of MichUcaa; ' ft M. ( i.rwiue. of llncinnMti. and --' - . ' . - . .. - ' UU),L . .... .,... j v. vv. ... Lincoln, Grant and Johnson. In an interview with a correspon dent of the Philadelphia Pint, Brig ham Young thus expressed himself of the great worthies whose names are given above. The correspondent asked : "What do you think of President Grant?" Heanswered: "Undoubtedly Grant has great abilities an a commander in the field, but his political abilities, we think, -onsist simply in knowing how to hold his tongue." "What did your people think of the late President Lincoln?" "We think he would have 'gone for us'; for one of the planks of his plat form was the eradication of the 'twin relics of barbarism,' as they were call ed Slavery and Polygamy." "Tlu n you did not esteem him very highly?" He smilingly replied, "No, sir." "What did you think of Andy Johnson?'' "Well, we thought a good deal of Andy," said he. "Andy had a diftl cul! i ah to iK-rfonn, a fact which wa freely acknowledged by all parties. I believe Andy Johnson to be a plain, straightforward man; and I farther believe that, being placed in the Pres idential chair bv l ite, hedid as well a any one else could have done. H ,i,,,t v,.rv fairlv with u. and seemed t , f.i tmU W(. ha, Tiehu wt., other people. Ihit take the man as he was, . was pretty much of a man, and we respect him very highly." Approaching Death of Napoleon. Wiles, of ihfSuirHiifthe Time, who is now in l'aris under trentment for nervous prostration, is th; author of the following. Ilosayshe hils it from Karon Neonanl, his physician. Thf IJaron, he says, directeii my attention to a series of articles which had re cently appeared in a French p:ier on the subject of the Kmperor'.s health, and which he said had created con- sitlerrthle .sensation. They were writ- the Kmperor, hut who, nevertheless, ivii' v ' i - Miii.iiiiuiKru ill ii. " This man," said Segnard, " has violatetl all professional obligations in thosa articles, and has disclosed the secret that the Kmperor is sutferitijr under an incurnhledisease which must soon put an end to him." "What do you call soon," I naked. Well, certainly within six months, ws the rely. And what is his us i iseasef I in- qnin fc'-ungu, or the hader, he an werea. This is a secret worth knowing, for VakaTk otAAt i..lrvi.. ..4 ..11 1. . . ....v.l.l .... I ' doubtless the Emperor had been made acquainted with his fate, and Was preparing for it as well as he could." Garret Iavis agreeably surprised the National Capital tonvention at St Louts, by making a spisch occu pying k - than tv;Q hytjrr;. f;tit griey itisly dlsMppoiated thd ' aOlblu oas citi zens of St. Louis by adVtatng them to let capitals alone, -ind consine their ambition to the building of factories, the const rucBon of railroads, and the development of the agricultural re equrpnj ,f fisgUri. . 't'hey had been awaiting the venerable' lietltuckian for a week past, and anticipated great hinjrs froo! the apeeal) h would make In favor of the measure which called the Convention together. TELEGhAPHiC MARKET?. NEW YORK, i York, Seaaaahea 5. Cotton ; aalfa 3 -ml Uiiea; uniunls N Ilea .."-,. i-'loar in ii V, l inking t: iov-r. Wbiaky i 1101 U. Wheal Vv'ialer nil, iuid uu.iui WeaiArn fl 40fl 4d. White do. 81 Tu. No. 2 pring, $! Si. RbMJ dull Can.iitia 8!;. lorn !1(.'1 Ki. Rvp. yl CV.il ii". Coffee ipii -t. Suir, Cubali '.t,ll, ; Havana Cuba Mslaaai "'. liry Goods Tbc maiket is dej re.-s. 1. anil (iarner A 1 'i.'s r-ri'tM yere c-i-ii-tl oitt l.y ii... leatflqg fnmatift Mm ai Moii: Biaa st, ;,-s of A:iU!;e.tK iirinis:iri' down lo lt3ii.. Bsetkart btaeutna; jr M ra ptinti a! liie, bu: there is no ehmie in the other makes of eulieoes. s.m-o Cot lon K.igH are redured t.. ;7';.-. while Rnek l'.er Cdtnbrii-a anJ oth.-r leading imikes lima at HlSe: r. laie striiiea lt Waiiinke in Drown Canton Flannels Hi M anchester Crape frftlairira Ste) Pa. iti. Mitts, Ainnskeiii. and Qoraiaa UiBahama are d..un to SSdj Ititre do. to 25e; L'uion da. to 1 and Ke.l Cross and fBllJ laaaal K..1I- ( 'ambries to 19e. M'-ney is easy and steadier at to -i7 per eent. on eaO, ehielly at 6 por cent. Ster ling clold tinner openiup at Jii's. i7:i.t37!j. The u.iri vtiiuf atM were i7 per ent. to llat. liovernni.-nt BOaata ate a aaaae rtrim-r. state laimU weak; j old Teaaeaaaaa 9BX; New si. 'I he Assistant Treasurer sold ttjSSSuBH I of sold in one lot to-day at lii 7U-1U0. S:.eks. af.er the second call, became lieavv, and declined from ',1.1 jer cent. NEW ORLEANS, ; Kb o.i.KaK, ti Jveiuiier .,. t.itlor. -1 easier; middl'iug '--t-' '.2l'j. Sales 47's) titles; recoipta T.IH tutlesi uilea of thu ' wci l; :-0 Ci; gross i,-eel;.ta :tn,lW; nett '' :;i.-i.jj. K st port a. fureign tfTSo; coastwise asaa. s:...-k s;i.It4. Ptoor tirm super jL", Ji'i 30; XX 50 5'.; XXX fri Oil. Corn se n. tt.ixed il It; whito 1 1". I (Mia ii:t'ri. Bran 110. Whisky dull, i and lown ; Western rectified 1 afra t lay dn!t, prima, I'oU, tii -o. , l!a.-. n-sa.ir-cor.'d haaaS 2!; shoulders ' are. retailing at 17S: clear rib SS; clear sides 3u';.. I.ard dull tiereea ts'.'e. Is'j :; : ken lf. Hi.'-. Haaar fjniot naatrlfBgal II; yellow elarided :i; i-oiiiuiud 1J; prime . .. Mulasses quiet cent rifunal Si 1 ('7-'.. I4';a;c el;Mee K-V.isi. Cof fee av.n prime bi'ifu.ltH ; fair I.V-. l.i'i. I tielil 1.7. SterliBB 37k. New "York . sight lulls pane disco. int. CINCiNNATI. Cincinnati, November ". V'ainil v Hour 1 S-jSlKs") "si. Wheat i II'-.! 11. ComWftSB ' for old. lldta' IMnn. live uti,;. iiuttoni 1 dull, middling 2!.t3n'c Miw 1 UKucil i.e. .Mess fork JjSVlral mw SiS .1 -rs !;,. .-iii'.. Cle.tr si.les if". '; W!iikev 1 IW. Hoes ?!' iV ' It). Ilut- K-i t-i. rieljiiud HKr '. lower. Cbataa iT'Ttsio. rUjja fAaaa 1s'k: Tobacco active, but there Ls a x erv liht supply. ST. I.OCi-s. St. T.oi-ts, November 5. Flonrnjl sts- . in. -eft 50(.). Wheat. No. ! spring S5 (a8Sc. Corn, yellow T.Otii-'. Oits tOfgSik Hurley $1 ;to. Bye .rt.'.. .ti". Wbiskoy i OS. sugar I'uua 13; i'tl44. M.s i'ort fjsi WK-,-S0 00. Bulk shoulders 14; sides l'.i!u,'Ji; bacoa shoulders It.1, MSi aila WSi'&Mi. Lard 10 X. TBhaaaa tiriii lugs S 7jjS0; bright leaf $15 OOfe, 'M 00. FOREIGN. I.ONDOV. November U.-.Cqnsols oa aecouut W-ii rVuieriuitn aaaaiitlaa luiet aud steadv; 5-20 tionds of laiii s;ii4 ; UO. of '05 , ; "do. of '07 &i ; MHOs 77 'i- Fa.vXKKo aT, November 5. -jOs closed ana at SSI .''.sy'i. Paris, Jioveiiitior 5. The Bourse is dull. Keiites Of 27c. I,iVKRi-fH)L,Novem'ser 5. Cotton closed steatly; uplands 12;d: Orleans 12'. 1; ; sales "ot the week 100.000 bales, including j K,asaon speculation and aLOUO r export. K.e.-ipfs of th', week H.OO0, including ' l.'..ioo Anieriejn. The stock is estimated j ut SSftfitB, hmtaaBmsf Sl.OOO .Vinerieau. ! Amount of stock Stl.OOu, of which JiS.lHW i j are Ame.ieati. To-day's were I2.IKW j hali-s. The ajaneheate.- markei is leas ; I favorable. Receipts of wheat ' for three ! days 2.1.000 quarters, of which 20,0uo ; are American, t'alitoriiia while whoat ' ! 10s :il; red western 0s 0d; red win- j ! ter 9s Id. Western Hour 23 Oil. Corn j mixed 2iis 0.1. Peas Ss. Pork 112s td. Qajta :s Oil. IIavkk, .November 5. Cotton quiet, ISaJif sltoat. MARRIED. W MHIIII In BIVI SI the reatiletice vf DaL J. C. ltrry, Phtlliua county, Ark., on the ai of November, lsfffl, by Rev. T. W. White, tapL v. a. waisu...( o. k., Tuaiai aaaa, u 10 M Baaav. of Phiitipa '"L'"'y- Ark- 1 sr:i: DIED. ELLIOTT.- At Little Rock, Tuesday, No vember ?d, 1SH9, W. Harhy Klliott, elileat sou of Wni. and Huunah A. Klliott, aged fourteen years. The Euueral Services will take place THIS HAY, mi. InU., at half i-aat two o'clock, at the r. aidence uf Ills pal elita, coiner of Fifth an. 1 Keel streeta, 1 ... ;. Vrlenda of the family are respectfully Invited to atU-n.l, without further notice. Cincinnati and Loulnvllle paper please copy. NOTICE. Miiwiaairri and Tensesheii Railroad.) Skchktakv and Tuiam si's orricB, V llKXPHta, Tiss., October 11 n Tin KHOLliEKH !n thU coniuiiny in ii. is D hereby uotitled that the annual election for Directors, to serve the ensuing year, will I... neld at tin: I'eaDoay Motel. Mempnis, ou WEDNESDAY, the 10th November next, at 11 o'clock a-m. OctS 3. H. LAMB. Secretary. Mississippi Heci'eta! am.Tknnk.sske Kaii.iuiau. rOUPONSof the Klrst M.lBulal (7 per cent.) r Cottou in store win nc covereu oy iu.si -acven per cent. bond, of thiB company, ; ranee unless oth.-rwlse lnstmcteii; and an muSPM3mM!KB. niaturinc ou the EKvaaotaat uext.,wiii oe paiu . at in, - ,uce av auaui ii ty. a. B. IAMB. Treasurer. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. South Shore Line V ilAvInK been apprilnKsl Agent nf toe " HOirm SHORi; LI SE." l Lool.vllle and Clnrlnniitl, I m pn-partMl In issue lillll of Ladlnic, " ALI, KAIL." SAM C WEAVER, no Office N'o ". Ntn.li-on Mt,suinl iii Hlrk. IMPORTANT NOTICE. l)rFT SffttTTirWPSTEBH PCBMlWf t NO n., ill Main Street, Mem phi. Nov. "tit. j 't'HK imhllc are respectfully reiifjitetl to I (llMtlnztitsti between thn UMM of fhU (.'ompjiny, In Memphis, ;tn'i another em I .i ti ;. in some more qorthern rlty, riltes, pi i or plitreK. niylerl the "Southern fuh liNhinx 'oinpany," who Hie sollcitlnx pahllc pHtron.-tRt in hehslf of City Ilreetorle tul rlverllilnif ehemef. Th-!HHIJTIIWK FKKN flTBUMHINU (MPASY is - home instt tutlojt," niul hiw n mnneeilon whatever wit h sinir other ' so-caIlel " fSibilafetag 'ftn Pliy. ThW notice i det im it iieeenianry that the ptihlir m.iy not. in any inrinm-r, Ik; mis led. I. h, i'IiARK, Mte and Treas., 3hl Main street. II A. I'artkr, PreNident. nort rtntmr I UnT fUSUU oALL U Improved & Unimproved CITY PROPERTY ON SHELBY STREET. On Monday. 22d day of November. I will sell, to the hlifheat Itidiler, for eaali, - VfflMM reserve, FOUR XiOTS, On west Kid of Sh!ly. holwefii I'nton nl yofM) Htrtt), ach 'Zi feet 2 incht? hy 11h'.. f-fi i n oneoi tht- lot Uu thre-wtory hKR'K" IIul'SK, with iron front formerly known a-t tUr Allen BafJM. nslrurle 1 for Ktore tf-luw and reMUliitrei TV of tlif other lot1 are Improved, witb alt.i at i.il Mck Houje, antl oue araut lot adloiutns. Th is rroperty 1 put up to he mqMLm4 will not te with drawn If there are hidden on the ground who eqeet to buy. m9 Sale it jlb, 12 o'clock. thos. ii. rocfcE. Rovster, Treievaiu k Co.. Auctioneers. JeUKttr apy, it oft NOTICE. QPff Ku w" Lit- Red Kivrr Pnckrt t Nlw triti.KANs, f.A., Nov. :t, Mft i SH. Silt m 'K 1 our only authorised Anient to f;ll riek-t over our lln Qt :iihe.-,, itt M. I.: Tell HC'S ti. rfc Kot Ns tt na NOTICE. I iF.VM PORVH TO PASSKN IT 1 bur. N-.t. -'.. Vv, Qrl - SiirHVi-n.r:. n.i i J.-fT.-: I m, Txas, '.'.'TT; .. rw to tlitfir int. r. ' t" a . , he . inr ArPjMn r t.t.artr..t :r. tar r.-tla'.V liilormalloii. r - 8. Ii. SH H K, l.o:. 1 Ticket and A.lverLUlux Aeeiil. no6 Vn. 1 Uromt-naili', foot of JeuVrson at. Ld ffj. ' aatiaKl i:u t). Aj S j oi' ;:Lc:tJi, ri.iL. 's!Txa t tl1 aaaaj fcv TTatA I la b vfc, sent n.rrre t. rt . I i rro.! Watrhas -CAM." i-li:is i:::m. 1 j ba f:f pnr ai4.-. Vit rjrnla BHei to Bw Pf....;.. Trn- art- iai1. in -ainrart. To c,t i.DIIE kll.i:. a ITI'HKv, apply W .alars !a y.-.ur own Uwallty Of r-la-wRre. nhut:. v. .a Ua'iu tn Is- auaorakl. BanlarM OSI.v and als Itaoai 158 ICi Lai. ritrrt. I ai.aKu, I1L ' fJKSGERS AND COTTCN FACTORS. . DWJBICI.ARfclC. THADEEV3 S. ELY. WILSON O. H.VKVEY. CLARKE, ELY & CO., WHOLESALE Grocers, Cotton Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 302 Front Streft, Memphis, Tenn. ' EKP constantly on hand ft liirg1 and tt IV sIeaii Stock of (ir',-- r;!jH ..ti LititiVira. whic!i v "t-U "r iwtjwt markk-tH ritlt-ai. t on K.giuii. ills hy river Insured link otherwise lntrutl. Sfc !iiici; i imiaiiMimtsl uf Cot ton, to winch we dcvttlw .tpt-ciui attt-ntton. ncl 'I'HOS. V. NKKI., late of Macon. VcML, Ls 1 udtuiltcdiiM a partner ot our house, dat tnc fnn Septentbir 1, Wtifl. The style ot the flrin lu future will Smith. NlcI A Crx Sept inner 14, SMITH X U!;o. NEwTiau. iaxs n. hhitii. aaa or aaaaa Rro. Tn.s. V. Nf.ei., late ..f F-i eilt- county, Tenn. Geo. W.JMUMI, lat.-ol smith A Uro. SMITH, NEEL &, CO., WHOLKSAf.K GROCERS. C0TT0? FACTORS AND General Commission Merchants No. 7 MONROE STREET, Bet. Main and l'nui;, MeiiijifaLj, 'JVua, ear f-uu-.ii;..'".'..!. r..pts.trully aoli.-it.-d. Ur.lers for BBBalBai Haa .:t.l Plautattou sup pllaa alip)Hsl at. hnvaafl awrkaC rates, wl'.daw Ed. J. Taylor. Of Ix-Soto l'o., Miaa. W . .'. Rl-TI.A.SO Of LleSoto l'o., Boa. TAYLOR &b RUTLAND, WOlOUtBAMM AXO KETAI r. Grocers, Cotton Factors m asu COMMISSION MERCHANTS NO. 304 FRONT STREET, Mosby and Htint't Block. - Mkmpuis, Tknn. Conttiynmetita Hollff'nl. HtijcIM N HtLl.. .N. KONTAINF. HILL, FONTAINE CO Rgocessors to Williamso?,, HtLL Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS COTTON FACTORS AXD COMMISSION MERCHANTS 326 FRONT STREET, M KM I'll IS, TKNSTiSSEK 'AVE for unl?. nnd keep const-inlly on lmnI. a full ius..urtni-nt. wnsiliiig to part as foil tun: hn) casks Bacon ; S00 barielaS Mm por: 100 barrels Jo wu and Kuaipa; SOU k - Lard ; , lu( hh N. Louiti:maHugnr; M sarks Coffee; 3tt) pk'. Moias-sra hbd.. hbls..hlft qrs. lOOu pii K. 'itu. ky BBOittc ( M. Jt M. Ky. pv, Landeinun. aud J. & I. Flax.) 100 ton celebrated ' Arrow Ttea." 500 kea Nail -assorted si7.(s; 508 barrels Flonr; Nor tii Carolina Koeeutand rtoss Herring 10l bbls. pure, roppt-r-diNtilled Whisky; 1U0 barrels rectified Whisky; 60 barrelK Robinson County Whisky. Calling your attention to the above, we re spectfully request a continuation ot JWU pa trouage, and promise, by strict attention to bust nests, with the interest or our patrons ever before us, to mrU il, augUt dAW HILL, FONTAINE CO. M. L. Mkacu.vx. Meacham A. C TltK ADVKU Treadweli, aft Wholesale Grocers AWD COTTON FACTORS, NO. 9 UNION STREET, Stonewall Block, - Memphis, Tenn. AlE are now receiving a complete and care V fullv aelecUsl a lock of UlWCKRltiS. Our aooda were shipped at very? low rates ol fxelant, and we offer them to thetraJe at low prices. Call and examine. w-Special attention given to the aale of Cotton, and coiiHignmeuta KijilclteU. aeodaw . Jt. I.VKllUTOSi. It .'V 111 . UOWK1.L FARRINGTON & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street, Corner of Court, MEMPHIS, TENN. w 7E will be ready for-huslneaa In our new , on 1st fepielll oer, aiiu ... . . point stmik ..f i'laiiliitlon Suplitlea lu meet ine j wjpafr"uieauentloii paid to aale of Cotton, which wlllbe stored Inourowu ware houae, and aamiled aud weighed with care. snit.iiieuia ruer imuipu uuw. vu.-wu uuiic. ' wiM FAtUUNUTUN 4 HOWELL. COTTON FACTORS. OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS. TRADERS, COTTON yVGSTOXlS AMD COIIMI SS I O 5f MERCII A NTS, No. 3-J4 Front Sirfiet, CONSIONMBNTH u, on by rtTer tniinred In i.tir open fknry. Orilrrs nn.inptlf fillwl, nd tiliericl .-mh Mivac.-e ,)n prodacn. A con tinual lucre of our MHMMM Is the best evl finee of MtMf:tetir.u icivf n. Mel iIaw L. W. MILLER, Cotton Factori Grocer AXD WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER No. 3 Howard's Row, MEMPHIS ! : : TENNESSEE. Abh M. Harwell. Cotlon Salesman. 4K- 21 ( tW u AHHErr. rf Tr-r.trti. Tt-rm lnte of UMMk -with - BUSBY & HATCHETT, COTTON FACTORS, Gen'l Commission Merchants, No. iT4 Front St. MkVaWphisrfTtnn91 IJfcnU 'sh Am nUMM in tU in CM torn itr ' ' ! ii'-i-. in hianil or tn Iran-tU. ftrp! Maw J. Xi. VERSER, COTTON FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT, 314 Front Street, Memphis, : : : : Tennessee. BaBglag aoJ Tii furnialied to ruato mrs .t Kowaat market rait-s. ael uH P. H. Junes. J. U Juasa. JONES BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS No. 8 Ma.Ji.si.n St.. T- m.lils, Tcnn. fif ( Ymsiirnmi-nts nipc! i.s !y i iver am rov rel bv npeirprMloy f lat.un.itne. a7 iIaw 3. Mai sun Wzn. J. r. -1 : .-. S. M. WEBB CO. COTTON FACTORS AW COMMISSION MERCHANTS Hj. 9 Ihaaajal Block. Cp-stairj, Usios STHKirr. het. Front Row and Main Hu. jej daw iir.MPIIT'J. TKXN. J. F. DOWDY, Cottou Factor A.VD CffKMISiia.'i MaROHANT, No. 5iJ Frout atrf-et, Mcmphii, Tcnn. " I..1.. ral c:ih a.lvunrf made on .!un-aljfnrnf-nta. iwT Late ..f M.;ir.-, .it V. I i. I...... M'GEE MERRON.I COTTON FACTORS a n COMMISSION MERCHANTS 254 Front Street, Bet ween I '..u. t an:! Jefters.in. M-ni pi.!. T.-m. tJB'BagKtua. K..p- mid Iron Tia furul.Nhad at If.w.-st in:rker rais. H.-I .law COTTON FACTOR A COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 253 Front Street. MEMPHIS, - - - rftJaWUEfc Tff-11 isi:ll!. Rope :,n,l PuruWh.sl en- BaaMaa aiiuln .law REMOVAL. w TK tmv" r-novcl ..ii!' rti.-e to No. -Jt'M . Front street, eom. I I i.llrt street till- I stairs . where we h.ill !w- h .(py r.. s ir f fiiell.ts. Mli.A.M. U iVVLINU Jl OA CAni)i a-.-anas , . MILAM. BOWLING & C0.. COTTON FACTORS, General Commission rihant8J J'4 FlL-rit lfl'rs-t, M. Illllllis. UOREHT I'.LACK, Z. N. FKTES, Jaa. W. Andkison, Jai-;:-iOD, IVntt. BLACK, ESTES Sl CO., SurrrsMu to U-trt-in. Ktj A t't, COTTON FACTORS and commission mkhchants, j No. ti M..:.' 1 St.. Mr.-: Tenn. VOMWlffuiiieiiLs uf 'ottoii. Tobarro and iirain ili' iioi. i;..nini. lbtp and all Snp- j p&m nimi-ln tl ;ir tlu -lnwt rarea. Literal ipk :iJva:ir. in, iit.s Uladal OU CottOU ill iator or In tr:uir. WA.SU. . TAVI..IK. w. i aaaaaaa ar. k. ji'oi iua. TAYLOFl, RADFORD & CO.. COTTON FACTORS, AND General Commission Merchants, - MONTI. K STH.KKT. .m ' V' s .in ami I J Front t MempiiH. Tenu, B:iifKi;. Kop, ns ani Surjuitsi 'uriM!:! in mm MMsi IMF!, special atteiiiiun utvvu to fliiiinEtiwli ll cons4Knmenti intinrel. unltss other wis instructwt. or.t T. A. NELSON L CO., Cotton. Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : No. 8 JeflVrson Htrwt, Memphis, Tenn.. aWLibornl cwl uimp- uiui on jd sUuments to thoi. or to tHo!r Nw Orlesuis hoUSf, ELsrtN, LAM'UIKK i O. S"d i-:. B. W KUKKll. JoUN W. WKKKElt, Fayette Co., Tenn. Fayette Co., Teuu. . B. WE3BER Sl BRO., COTTON FACTORS Gen'l Commission Mercliants, front St.. Monif ULs, Term. aaT CnnsianienTs of Cotton solicited. Lib eral advuiu-ts. Uia.ieou .-.isiiiiu!-nl.i In store Ku.:gilit. Hope arid Fl .iitalioij supplies fur olaiusl at the lowest maricet iata. u3 lOSTPH 'A. Bi.AC. Lata ol aavwr... ar 8. M. BLAC1 Late Biack. Cannon Co . Wem,,K,9. Ten.-i BLACK, 3RC. St CO., ! ' f L-aiion raciors antl 1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS F 'OR the sale of Uraln. F:oor hii.-on. Hav. Corn. lint-:. Bl Beef. Pork. Corn, Unt.--. Brau, Potatoes and Western Produce generally 284 Front Street, bet. HadlMm aud Monroe MEMPHi.T.VN. Jell SHANE, HARRIS & CO., COTTON FACTORS Genera! Commission Merchanls . v 251 Front Street, Memphis. ear Wc (sinuiie oursclvea atrlctly to the e!:in of (VuUuea, and hazard uotutng by speculation. R. W. Pstca. late of Eastport, Mlsa. J. C. Tehhy. late of Houdersou, Terry A Co.. New OrloanA. PRICE & TERRY, Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Over Meacham A Treadwell's. MEMPHIS, - - - - TENNESSE. aeii THOMAS TROUT & SONS. GOTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 214 Front Street, MEMPHIS, - TENNESSEE. 4r Ldkeral alvancea made on couaigu inenra ar t'otton to our correspondents, Wu"iAX, Bibmk 4 i,;o.. New York; MoaDEC'Al & Co . Baltimore ; H. SiflA.- Boss, Philadelphia. oe.1t W. L. STBWAltT. J. H. SKII.1.KRS, Of Shelby Co., Tenn. Late Madiaon Co., Teun. STEWART & SKILLERN, Cotton Factors -A5D- CGMMISSION MERCHANTS. NO. 300 FRONT STREET, Memphis, Tennessee. mW WIU attend promptly to the sale of Cot tou and Produce, and lill orders for supplle for oiutomwrii, AUCTION. TSMSDnSmSSr1 jst auctio tst. BY W. H. PASSMORE U CO., THIS) MOM WO, at in rtinl AUonne BedriMim Set nl otlier Fornlnre. uof WSntal male ok MILLINERY GOODS, AT AUCTION, j MONDAY MORNING, Novembsf 8th, AT 10 u'tXK K. An entire nw ni from flmt ham!, i-on-msliag of P.nsh, Vel vet, Hal In. i hip, lt. fa-aver and strnir I -allies' and e,'ti,rcn Triiiuneil ait (I I utrlnime.1 Mat,, Kabrm.! --. I:llbonM. Flowers. Pluuis, Triiillnlngs. eli-.. GOTTLIEB & E2EKIEL, 1 ruw Auetton rs. or. Meend and A lam St. Perematorv Trada Sal, nf 52ft fifin " .(w worth ot Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots. Shoes, Hats. Caps. Etc.. Fmni a !iiuf tipiniD oiiine) AT AUCTION, TUESDAY MORNING, November 9th, r . i . . a .i k". ro- l.'K.MI l ASH. S W.K I'OHITIVK.- GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL, A atUoers, GREAT FURNITURE SALE TO THE TRADE. AT AUCTION, BY W. H. PAS3M0RE 4. CO., - ssinl sir. ri. Jctn-rson HU k, TMesday Monrffeg. 9th Inst., at 10 o'clock fMUMIM fVslatrn.N, l Larci- lirlii Horuj, i fflce iH-iku, IVvki-awa, .-tanda, and a i.'nral - '.i-mi. m ..f Crat-r.aju. Furniture mat Splendid Marble and Slate Mantles. 6GR STtlXB VASOX, fiL.'.ss 1-1 Mbhk. tle.( .n flit- pr'-'i.i..-. ellu.il on CMckasw and Prtmie- i l.sUAY.Urn IXST.. ATS :-if.i TC. W. 11. PAKSHuBKl il.. Aiirtliiiiwrt UNDERWRITER'S SALE OF DAMAGED DRY GOODS AT AUCTION. F will !! on Tt .. .rt.s k. N.. . eml: Cuiicoes. DMtsst'Ca. toeetiiijj, Sh'rtiag. i.aiiU. Lioaeys, Kerseys. Sati niri. Shawi. Vrh-te GocJj. and Sur.ijr.es. nils u-inj th. liir.-. ... .ft:. icSa.l cm I mad- in Im mils, tne at'cnclo.i ; mui. Irv ; . and '..uniry i radn Is parti;uirij- cafl. d lo " ' iSar.FHiaajwaax, Aanttka f.-r t'udcrwiiteia. A. E. FRANKLAND, Auctioneer. ; VALUABLE LEASEHOLD AT AUCTION, 8Y W. H. PA3SMORE 4. CO.. Tuesday Afteracoa. 9ta U&t.. at 3 o'clock. UN" THE PRKMiKKS. l"E will iell Ihe Oealrulite I., ax-of part or W Lbt "Ha. H$hj Yard proper.)-. Tlu-lot !'! .... i..-lh PronieDU'le alirl i i.j. k. iw : .. .. iriih a it. pti. of ;7ii r,-, - i m ..i. tt.. -sr. el. ..mi a.!j..tns the rsMt-uce ot K, liauirii, Ks.. The IniproreUL-ntn eonaUt of a new oi story Brtrk House, wit ii Il.ir anil tin : aaC The !, ;ie h.-is IT years ?o run from A.rtl :, IKT.'.. l.nns of ;,:. nia-le kl. ..i on iUy of ia. W. U. P..Sisil!K. aov3 .;i.-ti..n... rs. GOTTLIEB 8l EZEKIEL, Wholesale Auctioneers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS '..r r - :.i h'kI .Y.i.ii-s -trs-N. REGULAR TRADE SALE OF Qry Goods. Clothing, Boots' HatJ Efc Tuesday & Thursday Morning. AT H O'C'LtX' A. S. ROGERSON. Auctioner. BAILEY SPRINGS Lauderdalti County. Aia. I iltlSl relehr-.ite.l Watering Plaeo, wtta the ; ... .tet-p- . Plntna in s ami Kaarl an.l i ..ifaaes. rtltaii. in 'Z wide Pi s. H.m1--.i; lI,iusviiu;J hii1 Kllirhen Kuru;tun K4ir ami j ' WiUboSoldPubUoly n fur oi vision bfiwtr u otfttr r. On the 15th Day of December. To the iiijltct ami be-t bidder. Th Mouflea and tHriitture are in teood ,Jiioiioii. and vr- r V ! Il s i il : ''.I'll roi i i i : Ut him i u At .uriiiii M atr- ii.'. NT Hv Visitors. For further lulortiuklioii tuul circular '. - KertpliTeof property, aildn-tm HARDWARE. COTTON GINS! ALLSSOM BROS. SOLE AOKNTS FOR E. CARVER. & CO.'S IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE DEALERS IN HARDWARE IRON, 6UNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, r fBaaai ntf to . rr ,'vv atMsBmsal ' 1)LANT1".IIS or mervliHnts df.mna ,0 pur- ' iu mind til: VtK 4 1 ! The in ... ginned: o. lightneaM ; crea.sed 1 . kaowledi ' desirable ': they wer. tars, when, as now. NEWTON FORD & CO, WHOLESALE 6rOC8rS, Cotton Factors COMMISSION MERCHANTS 17 UNION STREET, Lee Block, Memphis, Tenn. se2 Jaw Edward L. Hamlin, Attorney at Lnw, OFFICE : 332 SECOND STREET, mat MEXPMia, TEXy. IMPORTANT NOTICE. To the Magistrates of Shelby County. k-UC Ally. IIKR6.BYNUTIFIrll)TO TTFN1 H, at lu o l-I the coum; Second str ed. uoT JVflilWT ooniH, in ; 1 1 ni and JOfc Commis NOTICE TO PICKPOCKETS. pHE intlivtdnal who itot my poeket-toook r I on ToplfirHtreet Car. Wo. 17, lu tne cut oi Mem phut, uut Wednesday evening. wHI con- ! fer au eecUl favor by returning the notnk memoruula, etc, to Toof. Hnilllpa Co., 2B8 Kiont street. They can be of service to no , one except mywlf, and are aJaabli' and ;na- portant to me. fiM JO""-1- ' I VLL I'KRSOXS are warne.1 against trading with my poeket-book, tu the elty uf Mem- rhp , C. J. PhUltpa, endoraeU bvT if. PhUllpai-0., dated loth April, BBJ, for i IM ,AJ," BJJJ JJJ lr't, S The pre.-l Uale. of the laat two f ea notes no, re.-o,.CT. R JOIUWOS. ' 0 AUCTION R0Y8TER- TR"EVANT & co- ATJCTIOKTEaaiS. N. E. cor. Main and Jefferson St3. DAILY OV MERCHANDISE, FURHiTURE, ETC, At Salesr.in. ! X QoaataoffV-nsI aiancrlnnnnderlrml EXTENSIVE SALE I OF WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY AND SiLVErt PLATE, From tlie well known house of C. J.TYLER &C0., At oar Salesroom. Oaiiy. at 10 J.o. jr.i confnu-.U at 7 p M .. ami tin bitck i Closed out. EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED AS nEPRES3EnWTSD. Thr LaJi.-a partlratirly lnrttd. W Oooda now rapon fr exaini nation. ROYSTER, f KtZtVAN r t CO novj AmiIodm ru ADMINISTRATRIX S SALE or SUBURBAN LANDS ON HORN LAKE ROAD. NoveiTti.r 9. at 2 c'...ock. Oil rry court givUifr to r.nrcti ia mam C. J. WILDBEBOEK. Adm ADDITIONAL. After the aaie of ifce W Udberxcr Lr i, we will otfer to the hugaeal bitide. Flt. CMMW, THIRTEEN BUILDING LOTS, WITH FrtOidT 01 HORN LAKE ROAD -VST Dirwtly oj.pot!;e the Thtaton Naracry, ai;. an pre:;j- grount a& ny on tlw 3iuiL ROYSTER, TRE2EYAMT & CO.. COV2 A;.-!' PEREMPTORY SALE C.- TAENTr RESfDetfJCS LOTS WALNUT AND TATE STREETS HEAR ST. ACNES ACA"PY, AT AUCTION. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER Ittfi, I WILL TvI.L. Tn THE !t'.;!t-. T Rtr.Ur:-. 1 the Kroun.1. on which 1 n.w r-i ! -o. '. sat) Lot pet up will Ir sold witlwei rc acrve or price. I TERMS. -Hair .sv-h, !.' ar.! ;s ro.ic;hs. Wta j intert-t, s-u.-.l i.y i.:'.-:.. : I RliVSTER. TKF.ZKV .N 1 BCI not Auctioneers. EXECUTOR'S SALE 50 Small Farms Five Miles from Memphis. iH.f . th Uil.J hlith at lo. November (5. 1869. The weli-ainowQ a n 1 1 v al a ai b i e propsirt f THE O Z3L Sa" lantattorn. belonslnn to tti -talo of wtl-f tfilent, Ave iai from MempaM, on Uirf frse ouaiity of thU rand mar be Tiferrrl uea?wriit plantpr in .b SLtiti-. a: . v- mm t or the worl't In bcurinif -it remlaiua for tht? Mil--- cotton. The tract has brrn suUlirMr-a Into FIFTY SMALL FARMS r,- ; -, wflibe so n Plana maybe had at ln offlis. or i- ti.ineers. Mrasn. KnTster. Trezerin: X Co.. In I Mviuphla. au.tunthe pruBilSva. Til.- aat will be perempiory, anJ irlttioat : reanrra. TERMS: Tlilnl rash. ImUn.s one and uro raara; ' WlTliurT lyTEKEST. retaining l!en. A.C. FvPE, Kxeentri A. K. I'tt, taecou.r. ROYSTER. TREZEVANT & CO.. oet7 Arrrtonaa,. PUBLIC SALE or MEMPHIS- BUSINESS PROPERTY. TWO FiRST-CLASS Main Street Stores AT AUCTION. Rf.'TED BY rCABUTS . to otter, at public sale. .NT thoae TV STORE-HOUSES AND LOTS. N03. 22S and 230 Main St., - r the JetTe pes. popuoLV fit pant, mma i THE GREAT I bo in tf com mac It Im tm vttttmeo and in I i the mai I oelf of 1 i tiers. H one bid- 4ib to lv rerempiory i notice that tt will be public Hair THURSDAY. NOf . .BER 25th, apon the pre rffUea. when LI be happy to tnet a fail LK Half nvnh. balane tt ami ti tnoa'hH, wiUi tn ieetU oT trnat upon tlM will ! with jK,r rct titUJ ith rents liora 1st Decern - TK K Z KVA N T A CO., AicUOQt-crs- propert to the p her, am! To Cotton Planter & Stack Raiwrs r.iHE Memphis Oil Cmpany wh to pau l chaae. jiring net ,atl ami l w.au- 't"".". Vr. ..!,' ',,r... mmish aas. an.l h J sLil .-or'rL-etiV welfcUetl on their Uvran l.iVrr ,.-nTKalrbnkra)eaJea. Tliev urp their pia. ...rni r iheirsli in large 'lUull - irieu-ts not uw '" ju..irvaWaeitroyeil titles, anuii.ereoi piHOtera whe wtan "r "contActs rir "uellvery ot SMaal wtU pleaae call at oil Work, l n tr Uia Jltg. 5rOU CaJW aad MeaJ lot aala In auv NOTICE. Hp)0