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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
0
ESTABLISHED 1840
ilPg 1 TT"
THE NEWS.
THKVM' "V SAX tX'MIXUO.
Washihoton, I). C. Kovemhw li
The senss lion that the naval exptxii
tion which aalltxi firvin New York iltiy
ttefore 'trdH.v was inlen i- i fur any
rfinfoiwuit nt of the (rolf "squadron in
oonnrvtUm with Cuban uidUera, can
Us very easily dHiKaU'd, aj it xrm
vrtaiiied here t.wlay that its destina
iin m aimpiy l take poRjn olthe
J iy ol Saiiiuiih in ".li Island of , San
lKuiiui(o, in puruauee of a treaty
matte w
CSS
made with Denmark for the pureha-se
iana n ;i iii lure naval station for
.illwl State. The (iori-niini'iit
nt Hurt t'riiWisaiiirs to carry
out the details of the treaty. These
proceeding, however, are ail prelimi
nary, ana are only taken by Joint
emeut until the Senate inn rality
It tl looked Uon as
nor tha way ir ino annc-
ViTomielan KepuMir to
the United States, neirotiatious for the
same having been entered on in the
latter pari oi .August la-st, as exclu
sively ai.nwuucud 11 that time in ih
WiilliliiK'O" diapatches. '1 ha
t.t h-.w prmni.s.'d sn lar as to ut
ni'Ulv provide that .Sin Domingo
shall be "aiiiixi as a estate without
rtrst KoiuK" into a territorial form.
ikmm. nrrvxa a kkiksu.
Ex-tn(rreuian W. ". Lawrence,
of Pennsylvania, is here uruini; tne
01 iciitixyiv
aijomXiiii'i!
L'Ul ol tu. Jicivreuaii, oi
,11, fr Xltf I lllletl s.!atN
jiresnip. in which the States
of Pennsylvania and .New Jersey will
rie included. J JU -
MKK ANSI X .Tlt X.
A portion of a seif-t
ition from Canada,
Itutisl ilefe
rnble to an
sites bad an
interview with the President tu-day,
anT (silked the matter over in (fcueral
details, hut there is no prospect that
any step looking to the annexation of
tbl Dominion will ba taken, as the
proposition does not eui to have
strength enough to warrant anything
wore than a good deal ol preliminary
diacuion.
J I DOR DENT,
"",ns,.rvati ve candidate for Oov-Tuor..-1
ilis-issippi, returns to that
Slate ncti week. Ifc had .pjite a con
versation will' the President to-day
which was iiiuttljjJIv satisfactory, as it
appeared that the litter had not mLs
ivprcsented the Presidents views re
garding the Mississippi lampaign.
Judge 1)., however, did not And the
President willing U give Gen. Amea
additionnl instructions as to the elec
tion of- (ho JUth, and Dent declares
that i (4 KVels a feir election he will
be elected by a very large majority.
i.ai. o.i.its noma to tiik . in
, i,STH.
A letter from 2Vew Orleans says
more than a thousand white laborers,
iiotly Geruiaar, ttyether ;n - mt
col. red. have arrive! there from the
West, during the past week, to work
On sugar plantations in the Teche
country. 1 hey get forty-tive dollars a
month" their tsjard, and free passage.
ATTOKXEY (iEXERAI. II'iAR
'I hf re-rt so oftf-n
made thst At-
tornev (ieneil Hoar contemplatea re
signing from tile Cabinet, is true. He
will leave about .raDT 1st, and will
prolaibly 4c appointed 1 hUtheva-canq-
of the Supreme '.urt.
" si:n;-r AtTV Koi 1WFI.J.
intimuU-l lo-day that his report
would express the opinion that r-jiecie
payments could be resumed nt the
commeuceiiu nt of the ne.t lisiwl year,
July bit.
a MR1L
The - d extoailvely printed .
that Judge Kmo, V. lerentlv appointed '
Mm-ster to rx-uador, ums'i ill!, influ-,
race with his brother-in-law, S.-iiator '
er, to the acquittal ol
Men
Johnson, oo the impeach
ment charges, is erroneous, 11 is last
word- before the vote with -'oWjcr
were .iu ;ptal to hiiu to vote lor con
viction. rut: j-KiyinEXT lanviB vtjTii
JJtS BINHT.
'J'he President, in conversation with
a prominent me'iiber of CongrDm, re
utiy remarked that he Uioughl lie
had a niot ejeellent Cabinet. He
found tiiein all men of good Judgment,
Wuo aUeiuhjii to their ofticial dutbw to
hi utiiiuM nati-tai tion- tu-ts which
the public would noon tiad ..nt.
ttUllHUr J. U ALKI.lt
wrote the following -Ueu-Ji of hlm
w4f in an aotograph bisk, at the re-
oues; of a trienil, in I si .
MK. J. Walker, bom at the town of!
oribumlH-rland. Penn-vhania. Julv
II
IK, iii; 4,-niduatisi at the l.'iuvewiiy
til Penusylvnuia, Plilladelphia, July,
1819: Judge of tile fijoreuu- Coliri ol
yisiswppi alxmt U.1 declined ;
I u . i , i .state- Senator irom Mi-ssixip-n,
troia January h, to March in,
ls6; aevetary of the Treasury, froui
March iu, to March i4y -ra-atittsl
; 'omuilskioner to Cbiua, Jane,
resigned !m-.-..-c a sttamer
-tH Wot be larni.dMMl Use, a proaa
ised; Oovrrnor of Kan-sls from April,
iiPTT, to lt.sef;Js-r, I-viT; resigned Ihi-
1 would not aid in loreing
-o on " "y fr,tnu jn'
mancui .eni . m i iu
"tloveruimmt, by aa.i,int-
uient of Mr. Chase, iheu ts-cretary ol
the Treasury, to Kurop. from Much,
lt-'l, to .Novemlk-r, ltOI, when I ff
lurrttd home, hav(pg completed my
oii iT bv caoking to le taken ana
laiignt th f" MVu,on ol Mr.
4 liu.se'- "I tilnJ Soi'o live twenly i
jM-ns'dt. hottd, and defeated the -ec-ond
Confederate loan ol t7S,OO0,unU;
o-jperalsl with utherx during the
muie period iu variiaiu biourtant
trwiaYt ions for the Federal Clovrfit
iurut, uadcr unerial letter from Mr.
Snwara". btrfriHaiy , ' Stat-, wuUenjtfc
by ekpnsi. s:uctiou of Prenb-nt IJn
dn." H1MA. IAV.
i N onvr, KoVeruoar 12. Situ
the1 sailing of the I nit.il M.it..
Mteamei' Albany with Hoops for Ht.
ltominito, the I'nited Suae steamer
rtevcrn, bs3s ily loaihd with arms aud
auimuiiition. has left for tbesamedes-
LiiiMtion. The ar unluClie!
. ,
is now at anchor in .'he loaer bay
,
also witii troon- oil bourd. ri-ady to
aail tomorrow . The Juniata ! mak- ;
itig aaraogemeiits to take troops oo j
viaril, and is uuder orders to sail on J
Mu'iday or Tu.nlay. Oilier remit
trout various navy yard are tii join
the rSi.s'ditiou, and it is now known
that a baaiifnf 6roe of iSa tana will
be shipped od Iwril the vsplott ni n-of-war.
It Is sttll l4leved that banto
IKimtiigo i" a mere blind to uover ope
rations along other U'isd India
lalanils. Ii:" Cutian Junta have had
an immense nii!der of blanks of U,e
following Aaeaaaaatt. printed, aud a
twHou ol sympathiaera with tbejr
.ause ure busily engaged la obtaining
ngnatures to it:
la tlie Ilanorablr myrfU itf the 1
I ititni Staff: We, the citizens of the i
American Cnion, iu la-half of the 1
atriuciplt written iu our charter of,
atioual liidciH-iahaice, in II,- u.
el liberty unci of the sovereignty of
(he people -trnegling to be tw, re-
,-iMs'tfullv is-ti.loii that our honors'!
body do ac.iird to Cuba the rig
a belligerent power and at orns-re-cogntae
the . ,h ...i. u I.er
frotn th ryraaav of a foreign yoke,
which for more than h y-artney have
aaainhuntsl unaided by the triumph
4f their arms.
THE ll.i.l.Nolt! rIOWBSTIOX.
CHtl H.I-, November lil.lly
the election of Hon. H. 11. Cadv,
llemiwrat, nl lit iHpage -th i
Irict, the lieunWat-y nud Coii- t ,
uve-, will havacleau majority of two
ia the Csjustitational ttonvcBtion.
The Radical- at the capital are decid
edly down in the mouth at the reault
if the late election In this httate. They
"em it," but cannot understand it.
Here ia a funeral ajieech which a
pterin paper aanurea us waa actually
pronounced at Montmatre, the other
day, by a father at the grave of his
mou: Gentlemen, said the mitier,
VoiC : IUH or
7" a young man fn te prime of life
t8 iijoiiii uiii, e. f- .hi.i,
A'.. i t4. . knawifMi !
vears But iu.. .ndutt. drtinkennt-w
; - -
SrjJ,LTir rVha w It
yum. lihl ba an tutmpie to yf t
tana your ciniareu. lt us go ueit-.
The Ht. Ixmis T!m uw- " We
venture to sav that more liuny cau
Im rnhiAl dliT for the lH'taSt i.f Ua .
so i ure io fay mai
rate.! t..-day ior tl
liawfiaa frvMn among tbo late ohiceiB
and h.f uhat ia popuUrly known
at the North aa the ' late no-called,
alleged, pretended t onlMiejale' arny,
Uian can be, or ftps been, tcrthwl ao
iu-by the whole army of civil, mtll-'jurj'
toiy-, (TrptomjrHr and Judicial ofllce-
holdcre tiruw Satteuiiig upi (rovern.
War, ihey
' a generons
a, soldiers,
though on opposite mJea. they woukt
not willingly aee any eolit
nr a widow
..ii-4utfcf
nueut pap, mi impay
THE RIGHTISTS
MsCoole and A lea
Interview
r.
What The, Think if Each Other and thi
lit f ico
'GilT2. JIAT38
We nsle on untfl the coach stoiped
in froutot an old-fashioned farm house
an thti tanks of the Ohio, known as
the Huckeye House. Here we alight
ed, and, ascending the porch, we were
moving leisurely along, in the hope a
meet i OK none friendly faci to weleonN
us, B hiO we were brought to a h ilt by
the abrupt inquiry of "What do you
want?" trout a owerful and rather
unmusical voice. "I wish to see Mr.
Allen, sir," waa our polite reply.
"Hold oa a minute. ho are you f"
Weaaswared : ' Weare the r dr.erof
tin orK- J, .-til !, ital wooldllk
to ieaU witli Mr. Allen a few mo
ments," The gentleman entered the
house, and we heard him nay: '-'i'lie
reporter o! the Xew Yyrk Jhrald Is
outride and would like u you.'
'Tall him to come in," said the i!tTty
addressed, and in we went without
further invitation. "Uood day, Mr.
Allen," said ae. "Good day, sir,"
riqlfd the pugilist, who Was then sit
ting iu front of a blazing fire of bitu
minous coal, drviug his hands, which
he had Ihs ii rubbing with some color
loss linn I to harden them. We watch
ed him a lew momenta at this hust
iii , and then the following conver
sation took place:
Reporter Yon nr not using the
usual dark substance which prize
fighter generally put on their hands
to harden tiiemr
Allen No ; this is lar l-tUr; It !
mdkcs the hands harder, and does not
Took so bill 1 as the other stuff. Feel
(exhibiting his hands).
Heporter Your hands are very!
hard, truly; and they are wonder- :
fully jierfis t, considering the amount
of luird hitting that they have had to
do during vour pugilistic career.
Allen That's becau 1 know ho' '
to hit. I always see what I am hit
tina: at before I strike, and when J
send In a blow I do it straight from '
the shoulder, thus (sending his fist ;
out with the back of his hand down) j
and not In this way (going through
j the broad-sword exercise with his
clenched hand).
Kesirter How Is McCiKile's ban 1-7
: Did you notice them when you last
, Ibughtr
Alien His hands ought to he right
tough J he never could hit hard enough
to hurt them.
Reporter Ah ! bat we a' Mtn give
: Aaron Jones a blow iu thefrontof the
. head that put him to sleep r fifteen
i minutes.
AllPH It mut have been Jones'
hour to have his mid-day nap then, !
and he Went to sleep accordingly.
You may depend on it McX'oole can't
hit hard enough to put a baby to
i sieep. You wait and see us fight to
morrow, a i, 1 Iheu you'll believe what
I say.
Reporter Xout tW9l.
Allen No, I am not v, r..:o?. (He
'eV""u "Ul u"u"u" ."
2.1 .11.1 a I I ...1. 7
-.UU . l ten juu ue eauuoi i::..
never could tight and never will
tight. I'll knock the siufliiig out of
him in ten minutes. Besides, he's' a
coward. No game man will ever call
loul hile fighting. His scaouds aid
.s' to that.
UPwjrter Then you think j-ou will
be aide t jfet away with McCoole
very easily, uou't you?
Allen iTie last fight H as the easiest
job 1 ever had in my 111k. I tell you
I'll lick the big duller, if it takea live
kim fc. do it Mwe tl.e Worst ngnt-
Ing mUXl 1 ever WtP.
AUeo nojt got up, and p-tUng a
scarf around hu then put on Z
V , ' ' -"Z i .
and s:yinj tiial lit " Mi K0rf to
. i k ' h iu mi a -a j . . " inarrhtnl out or
, the house, and as he w alked along the , ,v,:r m nilni,ters were (hi the niat
' por...; he saig Jo the "reporter, n I I! forln ,Iltl ..ts most imon-.
lick the big duflVr sure, barring an at
cKlent.
The interview bejn oyer, we re-
I entereil the coai'h and were taken to
' the tirters of Mike .Mct'oole, wldi-lj
were at :hauy urovc, Uie plai'e adiere
Aaron Jon-s took his breathings pre
paratory to his fight with McCoole.
W hen e reached there " Big Mike "
ugs out ou his morning's walk. Af
ter aiiu:,; Mn.e time the giant made
his ap .!!!. v, Ujjd as hx stalked iuto
the house we bade him good-da.
Taking us by the hand cordially he
raid: " 1 am uite wet after mv walk.
Wait a bit and I'll be down to see
IToU." Jil ftlxnit half an hour he came
Mwn uitu .(. liuu a nine
wt. !;io a little omreraa
tmn with him, out jivt on tne coming
ttjf lit , as he would i ..,. ..... ! u,
further thsn he mid he never was ii. '
such line ctiuditiou for a protracOo
tight a-be 1" t the present time, lie
UeVcr mentioned Allen's name during
the conversation. He said he thought
the fight would (:."' off in Kentucky,
but that mailer lay euti.fch' with Mr.
looiiey, to whom he bad ermu-oi-d
all tin- tirelinunurics.
McCoole dis s not look in such II
fresh, hur.i iiealth as Alien. 1I.-1
much older tarn. .;. u U- louirh
lUirht '
Jones, aad l la head is fc,rojujf ;.;ray.
He will weigh "alwHit -M) poSiis,
while Allen will Hot la' above 170:
puuud. MeCisde looks much the
larger mau, hclh In strength and
breajbh, . l""!
gt-'a oajNioy,
ftc.-m if ' D 'I i in rtmitiicia-
iti IikjcUu.
St. Iiis, Mo.. November I.
Mike McCMile, Jack Looney, Jerry :
Daaaanaa, l oin. Kelly, Jaiiies Haley,
I .m ltyau aim Sherman Thurston
arrived to-flay. Ttiey are a "nun set
and out of humor. M lolc inaka
J ieis-u oaut irenico oy me ir. .dams thought this graud oc
Cinclunati wiisTr and the I 'iiicinnati casioii meant niaimnnimruH fonretful-
iaiiji
I WM
ple. 1 iuver nav Mr. AUn whih
as in miinnan, ami yet one of
their ;spcrs says that he .aim to me lr. Musgrove, and wor hat geutle
and ofiefed b tight in. for ten dollar. ) aian hud run the doctrine of pxno;i
I want k .Ifc'bt AUeii, hut i do not I nation, though that nideufUte bouse
fight him lor uotu,r, lor there is no Mt wire lie i the speaker,! coold not be
liuimr hi... n( it. In flic i, ii,."'" Is n
h.n.r tn iw , f!i'l,tii, ' at nil! tiut if
, r, - a , . -
Allon will nM io, l m ill go v illi
him nnd imu, in a i-arringe to
ulinrf-viT he aH. ami Hifht ,e the.
.stiiki, mill will iut up Ite hiiudr.-d '
it.iJnr more. You may say m in i
(..riiit? tuu I 'ill up ti it. This
iraiuing has cooi we a jtreat deal of
lioie and money, ami l thjnk 1 am
alile U nai'l .Jl-u ami 1uli iiyi.tiul
I hail n.ii49W io Ciruiaaati. I want
U make money, an4 If vVi'en will
tii,'lit for tlie atakea, J am reauy to
meet him and make them larver. Ij
will tl-t.t him in the preaenoe of a few ;
tat- r- for the money, and toahow
WhWi is the best man.
Jack I iiit-y talk freejy, and says
he fount! tlott ro!r and every
skinner In rWitinatt wanl 4 hand 1
IC tht? excursion inouey. He otierfiil
to f'tck a tretitleman namnl Itatin, a 1
man of tUicitnati, worth Htw.ooo, tor
ntakeliolder, anil also several other
wealthy t'inciiinatlAiw. but they
would not bo received. Ha aso
ottered that lr. Tliorwejfan, who was
of the Allen iie, and intrestl in ;
the IIkIiI, hhouhl bii k out aSi. L .uis
man lor iimpyK'l in onertsi
$a,itii seounty tliat he wouUl not be
nuetl. The ropers,he said, had luVKi in
the stake, and wanted the handling
of the uiooey. They wauteti U go o
the battle-ground, where It as Hel
that there would be one hundred pro
fessional thieves who would garrote
the reteree aud take the money out of
his hands. He would not agree to the
terms, lierau, if hedid, gotat backers ,
her.- v..nld be jt-ouanliieU. Jie aays
that two regular thieve were, teh
irraohed for to awoud Allen. He I
thinka, frow
crowd tie saw, llial
Alieu himself, Just a- well as Mis; oole, i
wouiu nuve iHen roooeo 01 ills uione
ntaue won the ttght. rieaia not line
tne looKs of things in Cincinnati, ami
as oi me ..piiiion mat, wime tne
roughs patronized Alien, they did not
care ior either, so thty matte inoney1LJln(j ( ,t.,i.-tfe H. Stuart, who read th.
ami 11 me. tight nine off muter thft cflrm
"ZZZT LZZ" V."" "r
ctliunbamw it WOU1U have 1MB BWr
scran. hie for the atakea, irrespis tive of V
wKw7 thetnTa'n !
The men who sell laxw I. in I
MassachusettH have not been victima j "real Britain and Ireland, and p;
,i.arai-lrfiisDlced confidence. I Ix v atthat they aho may la; one.l I
the Bad, no crWU la-fo, tits eW
am, v- j
-- --. . --.-
trade without cru.l6 or affection.
The leaaon, uo tiouot, , m uv js-rio- ,
nentlv beaeikial. i
Tl.e tn
eett. It
ament atminsl Foster ill, si-
atated upon information i
from the
I oiled titajm Attorney for i
for having MpmiitUsj per
taking the iroa-i'-Uid oath of
tm he had notorious! v rai-ed
; (ieorgia,
iu
offiiv w li
volujlt
oimipany of artillery tor
uriny,
quashed, thtre being
tne part of the tJovem
i4llOQott
part of tb- ! Jovernrnent to aetoe
the matter.
The
uerti-
,
neutiv akfi
d
Mr. Ittostgelt ctmld
prove till, ttimvenco would he allow
(he indictment Vo ba
TglF MM
NEW YORK.
iZ
"
Laying the Corner-Stone
Postofllce Bui ding.
The Crew of the Cuba Honorably
Release of Young Ketchum fro.n
Sing Sing Prison.
A Bad
Speculation in Counterfeit
Revenue Stamps.
Xkw York, November 11. The
first stone ol tha main edinee. of the
new PostafficaJn City Hall Park was
iaid vestexdav afternoon, a
Miguel de Aldan is. Prisdilent of the
Cuban Junta, under date of Novem
ber 1, requesto Commodore Higsins,
in consideration ol the detention of
the steamer Cuba at Wilmington, N.
iL, to uotify the officers and iucu un
der him that thev are honorably dis
charftvd, but that the Junta will be
liawpy to utillzo tlieir srvlce9 in the
future.
1-ilwanl li. Ketchum was yesterday
dischargid from Sing .sing prison, the
term of his sentence, reduced by com
mutation of eight Bioatha for bis uni
formly good conduct, hiving expired
Tevtenhur, r.OfHHHI
Col. Whitby, tliiefof the Secret Sr
viee Hureau of the Treasury , aeeoaa
paniisl by a detective and the United
States Revenue CoUartor or the Hull
son City, N. J., District, seized the
match 'factory of Haning A Ran
t.oek, at "lludso'i City, and
arreshsl the pniprietors, for
using counterfeit stamps on their
lsxes of matches furnished them by
John Kipon, of Prineoss Hay, whoso
arrest has Issii previouslv announced.
They were arraigned before I". ?
Commissioner Whitehead at Newark,
aud coinmiU.sl for exa-nination iu d
lault of $10,tK)0 bail each. ( ut of ln.
worth of counterfeit tobacco and
maUdi stams known to have U-en
manufactured, Col. Whiteby has cniv
tured $sTU Morth within th- last
thn-t' months.
PRESBYTERIAN.
The
Ki union Betwrtn th Old and New
School Conmrnmibtf.
CoagrataUtions -Thanks-Offfring er i .-
000.C00 Cailcd for.
PrrTsBtHo, Jfdvember 1-. The
assemblies met in their respective
churches. In the ild School, a mem
ber who formerly powerfully opposed
reunion, prayed thai tlie hopea of its
friends might all be realized and the
fears of others utterly disappear.
Thenlficial port of the JSrtw rlchooi
Assembly was rend, showing every
Presbytery voted affirmatively.
Henry Hay otferetl a resolution re
citing "the Dhsls and decdarins; that,
having been approved' hjover two
thinh of Uilh PiesbytutM, we do
solemnly declare said ba-ls of binding
fori.
The same resolution was adopted in
the N.w School.
At ten o'cls-k the assemblies were
finally dissolved by the Moderators.
A proceaaiou wag formed of com m ls--ioners
oi both asnibh!s, aud pra
eaeded nlong the strts-t frontflig the
First Church, where joining arms,
beaded by the Modendors, they
imuchid Ui the Thini Church, where
a public meeting was held. As the
two Hues, unit. si the crowd .. tic.;
retrgmtitictition by the dapping nf
hands, et. AJ the commissioners en
the churcii rh choir aang the
jubiiaeoynja '-blow YetheTrumpe;,
Ul..w o
slve. After prayer by Dr. Realty, a
eoiumittee was apoointed to send a
telegram announcing the mdonlothe
I'rcslileries of fireat Rritain and Ir.:
Jurul.careof Mr. Buchanan, 'i tsgow.
i Jr. Jacobus auuounced a hvinn and
lr. I owb r pad the Qfriutarea, aaai
said he regrett.-l ti, lireL the ?ilencc.
He wonM mthor sit still anVtannder
at the astonishing work that had been
accomplished, lie rej'eirwd to the
wonderful unanimity exhibited, and
the rapidity w itli which negotiation
hail been effected, and inquired what
hail brought about such miaiiimitv of
npirjiou. lie anal, not because either
iue either ,
branch netded the otht b.
from tottering, frr mdtber
ever so strong heron, ilec.iguvin,'
(Jod's hand In the whole inowuK iit,
he urjTed the Cnurch to renewed zeal ;
and. tuiuihg to I r. Jacobus, the two
Mislerators ctad lind.-?. Tlie en
tire audieoce arose and naug, "praiie
(km1 from whom all blessiuga How,"
with joined hands. The effect of Ibis
act was most loipre.ive.
Afterward, Dr. Jacobus -aid that
' these (iiureuu hd be.i unitisl. If
any one has good reoi.i to olJar ifhy
thechun-hes shouhl not U united, let
them state them now. Then address
ing lr. laliott, who w.t- mod. i ie -i ut
li,. li the churches separated, he
tW : " 1 o you kco,' any reason why
they should not U unibvi
In. Mlts.tt, rising" I do not.1
Oeors-e f! st w art - " WTiaf
n.l
rss oniei iiigeWier at no acta pm
ssujiber."
Ir. Jacobus iautifuljy illustrated
the union, asiua Ua' AJkirJiauy ao4-!
Moooiignheta ; :vers a- a simrnf; '--'
lr. Musgrove contrastei thejmsnt
and twenty years ago. Ibv referred to
diilereniee of opinion, and said noth
ing hut tho power ot Clod brought
' aUiUt the union.
nessof the past and liberality for the.
future. lie ?,)!aded to the remark of
accused ot advancing Ufw-schoohuis.
le thankeil (lod we had !een permit
ted to do ao much in this war of uaiou
to making our calling and election
sure,
Dr. Halle-Id Jed 1:1 rraer.
Dr. Rogers moved that thethnk-
of the united body tie tendered the
Joint Committee ior th(ir lalsirs in
bringing ahoat the happy result.
Dr. Fisher ofiVreI a resolution call
ing oa in .,i;;ted cbnrch kirn special
thanks-nnVrillg of one u.o i,,:i Hl dol-
inn. , It
Dr. John JJall seconded tl)e motion,
and moved -i K,'riO' instead. He
said the union aouhl help our yountr
iiMiiide t.i hnutk in nieces the ere i 1
golden Image of mammon tuid lakli-1
ion. He would use his hearty erJirtn
to raise the Jtft.OilOUd,
Judge Strong, of Philadelphia, said
he was at 8 ruaa frr a .yiritiol to es
presM the Idea uf iinlot), HedhUVt
think It waa a marriage iieeause the
tsidles M'ere too near or kin to permit
urn a
Kiea in coming irom uuiert
whereas theae were streams from thf
same fountain head, and could only l.e
iikencti to liieiiiiuig tlrops in the same
stream.
phslgid. his for
nor cnertn to the raising or their
share ol the memorial fund
Senators Drake and Hyilay made
hrul adilrc-s-
tieorge H. Stuart, of Philadelphia,
w as e.uieil otioii, and epre-el a hoi
that the iav was not far distant w lv
ihe united botlv would emhniee eve
hraui b of the Presbyterian familv ol
the t nitad atates.
Closing iirayer by Kobest Carter
At a o'clock In the afternoon sol
emn commuaion
service, 1- irst
fhurcb.
in the evening a meeting in refer-
eDce to foreign inLsaions was heid
,jje church. AUimaps we
made bv John Hall, W. K. ivxlge
- lk - wtag telegram, sent to-day
To.h. Rev. Dr. Buehanan, OlMgcw:
The to gret ryt.rtar
ChurcJien hi Anienca thLs day nmhxi
ttreet the frcsbyharian Churches of
Hlgulal ?IA.TC ART,
iJjuly (Vmuiission.. left th
utlerij
yi. rniuippeuux s experiment ou
the regt heration of limbs have been
ttw rilsxi ei.ihe new roaulh, 1b a
munieatlon to the tVench Academy of
Hctaaeea. ins early experiments ou
reptiles prove that It tho limleiot a
newt bo cut off. the .scapula or ilium
!aing left behind, the llrrrbs will be re-
produced, ut li imn ac-apuDt ts r-
. , T .
ill reiflll ija.-rtiuei,ut nit unew
give sinuiar results, n tne nn-rays o:
a nah be ft off, they will he re-pro-
1 i 1.... t It... , ... .. I :.. .
duceU, put h tne ori ctjrreaponuing
W 1LU US' "lewn ue Rvwat, ,1W re-
production wlil Uk yiam,
MEMPHIS, frKN-yT
CALIFORNIA.
pomm on the Pacific RkfetiMWtt
lAIIa TftW fQff 1 a medical lecture in the P
Pearttrl Smash-op, and Great Lrfe
of Lift.
San F
siiruites
iastward bound train on the Pacific
Kailroad, eiglitcarslncludingnleeping
iir, mllided with a traiu of four cars,
gear San lvtndro. Ltoth trains were
going at the rate of twenty miles per
lour. The tndnes aia a perfect
wreck, and toe cars smashed and
drivnn one upon another.
Ihe western CaCMlC tnun lelt In
prompt time, but the morning was no
fuggy, the engineer had great difficul
ty to see any distance ahead. On ar- :
riving at the switch where the West
ern Paci lie connects with the A lame- j
da road, the train kul up and the
witch-lender was quest Roe4 as, f a j
Whether th Alameda traiii had yet
passed. He answered, " all right, go i
ahead." Sisai after the trains caioe
together with a terrific crash. The .
Ilrit passenger car of the Western Pa-1
( Ulo was driven through the uuki:ig
lar, awl he other ears badly clato
fcged. The killol and woundisl is va
riously estimausl at teu to fifteen and I
thirty to fifty.
I 'vai O vfal
FOREIGN.
The
Paraguayan Rebellion A De
moralized Army.
The Exact Truth Difficult to Ar
rive At.
Lisbon, November H. Advices re
ceived by a mail steamer from Rio Ja
neiro, which arrived here yesterday,
confirm the previous reports of impor
tant advantages gained by the allied
army in Paraguay.
Paraguayan troops were demoral
iit.l aud deserting in large numbers.
l'rwident Dopez was convinced liiat
u. plot esistcfl again 1 him in his own
Krmy, and hat shot several offl'-ers
and ioldien.
The s consider tht war ended,
and were tiikinj measures to increase
trtepfiwer ef the Provisional Mowtn
(lent, and to complete the, tranquili
zai.on of tha country, ita the other
hand, the Paraguayan., aaacrt that the
allies! p,.rs nre utterly onabfe to
f illow up their -uc -,-; that ihey lack
provistooa, munHions of war, aud the
means of transportation. It is claimed
that aioce l,opez eatabiadusl his new
i ines at .San Kitanlaim, his i'uiv have
lsn inen-aaed to HUtaimen, and he has
forty pieces oartillary.
FUNERAL OF GEO. PEABOOY.
lapasiig Cprtmoaiti --The Body Dtpo tid
in W( similiter Abbey.
IjOXDOX, NoYember 12. Tlie obse-
,uiet. ut lias Lite ieorjre Peabsly touk
place this afternoon. The funeral pro
cssran formed at the mastrm at i.
K. Cnrtls hnmpaon, In Knton Square,
the residenef of tlie deceased. It
consisted "Of a hearse ami five mourn
i ig couches. Among the mourners
kvr Lr.. tirey, her Majesty' Pei
vatA '-teiTeit . repf's.mting the
Queen; Mr. Motley, Minister of the
United Statin; Ueaj. Morgan, SeTe
tary of the American Legation; Pree
iimii H. Mors.-, 1 aiirlraa Conaul at
lmtbn; Mu-ll Sturrrt and J. S.
Morgan, ISM.
Pollowiug the procsslon were th
carriage-, of the Otv en, Prltire
of
Vales, iSir Curtis l.iuapsnn, l.onl
T ii " ni.a A t 1 . . r i 1 1 . t' 1 ,lul, iri Li.rFi
adutitUjtmai i.-uk of the courts or
lidil'.H' ami .Surrey, tlif' iuhts ait
Momer-M't, Muritiwof I dwuspiiiI, Ily !
Franklin, U.-s inn-, ttad Ha..v
others.
Thf fimiTiU cortege p.io.sf,tl slowly
tllMUKh tlx. .stR'eU, wlik-li v.-r Inn -.1 '
with jsilent , cruu iIm uf sjytx-Utors k i
V'-stnii!str Alibt-y. Th vPnent. !
xtrivture was cotupWciy tiilMi with
poplH who hii4tr?CD aiJnMttPtl by 1
t iekfts, aiuJ all wereilreii Li muunir j
l9ao"J) t" JO UjWnTUvJ
In Westminster Abbey the rhalr
was hunc vrilli U vk, atid tlr somber
aspeet of the interior "uas only re-
lievail by t lie rihij'-texaral rote
oftheljni Minor nnd the sheriffs,
sanrtirif near the -.mrhmi us the
txxly wms lirmi(til in Were fir. UI41I- (
stone, Lnril Clarendon, the ilin of Ht. !
Fa. I , tlie :: . Tlinmar) l;.ti;-y, a 1
ii SM iitiiiy minister Dr. ('vrg- K'l
warrl liy, an'l fr. Jnhn Brifrhr.
A fl'Mjd of atiniihine pwreil through 1
i,a tt-imioVs. timf the i-h.nr ,i i' .
tiis moment the pronrwior enter-si !
! i ,.. !
W... , V.!..l, u,. ..I..W.I..-
i er at tne enu i trie cnoir, was plain
ii'id tin irnaineiited, anal covered with
b.Uek cloth, (in tl. lid vs a br;is-
simpiy ttn- niime of tlie ilrseaset and !
ttu pitas aud date l :- birth and 1
dentil.
The les-011 was rea.f bv the Arch-
1 um, . . w. , .. .,m
tiitiivn.il-, .11 v ... biii Be Wl -r,i
ovvr the procession foruiiii luratti and 1
- 1 j.m - . m .t.7 .
r . . 7
.'IvMiieed to a spot nt-.ir the Tstt -i,
entrance, where a teuiiHirary trrave
hid been prepnred, and auexcuvatloa
vat 1 --U
inatle.
two or three fwt deep had been mi
I'lie sldel 'Aii.0 (fravi'W'ure Jiue4 with
b:ack drajiery. Here the baVly was
d'.KaitHd, and w ill remain iii,t:i n i
trausjjvrtt,Hl i. Amorlca,
f.urd Jehu thy a ae r.-j.' the r.
Dialnder of the burial service at the
h'ad of the grave. n theri;ht sttvid
th. inouruorM, nuHmling the American
'inrsfpr. a
left were fjert. '
Grey, Mr. Ul4
Oie Lord May,
a id the c'erjjy
l.orU t'tar'tnlon, ;
he H ijfh Sheritti
Wearmtqiter ijrjil
of
.:. raui
Tbo sok-ui'iity th c
profoundly felt by the va
a id uaaay present sheti lm
a choral -ervice, which i
singing of the unthi in, "
li:- Oiiay is
name liveth
.. ..s lowbretl
b,i:.,i in ' (.Hi'ti, hut !'!J
evermore," tha cltyi was
into U10 -. .ive mxl a tjoral cast
upon It, Thia tot .. - witno
profcaiud aileiiee, and aerved
v-rt I
ease the emotion which rnadet! !
,e congregation. The people then
the
galKta. iTie peon
ped
uroaad the corHn antl took a 1
look
at the feature of the de-
The Bishop of London wil
Uie fuatwurrtiion Sunday.
TEt6RAPHIC MARKETS.
N
W YOUK.
e!tO0 rAlf : u i..n
y't 3&. W n a. ,1
w h eaMMMr Ad
lacr-tt wtru,
i1 am ft l iX
,i :. . e..-'-v, s,;
kw.tw (iii.t'i--5i'Tr iie-ni-.
as cxevLtfd: l."iiii.
tf.aia; sp.ae .7'i5.
IreiUaiBuW $4,tia,sir :
ORIGANS.
New i
.11 I3.-COI
I'll) IIS
: -mien SUSu; r.
an o uu. ny ta loia Bala
laaab Uioitlem 17V; side tonrtK
rJ Uaull,. LaiU IH-jlK. aui
s,nsnr -tull n
l tVnieE
mettLaK. Whi
UM: crime KV.'
old I'.. Mterliii JT'... New Yort slant
bua. f dta.
CHICAGO
13. Ptoui.tanrlna extra
ClXrlXttAI
1
111-.
a, lew of all
CfOO of H',Kr
Loci
extra
: '.: It'
fib. Pi
toil
!ly Bonr.
iii'.-diuai
cboiteeie tom.
ST.
St. Lorrg, !Coveuit
tne mrttaiuu v
!K Flow Fall upr
tat V. Ciurn choloe
Whlaky II .ri.
lellou w. oatafrnw.
Iuulalana -usar llVldvr Moiaaa
! Ilew rott ia uutk HboiiUar
lifr
Baotin
tiooldar lit
: ?let.r
f
NDAY, XO'EMIiEB 1 ".
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS.
Kdttlon.
ovember 1'.. At
ennsvlvania
hpI. this morning, a ehwMot thir
ty-nlne larlies were present, with one
hundred and forty male students.
Xkw Orlr ns, November 1:1. Col.
Alexander, formerly j,uartermajttr
undfT React Rotler, was arrested here
recently aa a bogus Treasury Agent,
and .-scaped, leaving a large iiuuiImt
! of letters from prominent parties, re
; lating to the customhouse, and hoitded
w-arehouse rinr bneinene. They will
!e s.-nt to Washington.
JtiKJivtltK, Novemls-r 1;?. The
; second CommRteo of Conference to
i rwincile the diaagreeraent between
; the Senate and House, upon the Con
vention bill, reported this morning
that they could not agree,and propo-i-mm
were then made in both llou-.s
! lrityait!ngthe fommttree to report a
! compromise, providing that tlx Cuu
I ventioii shalljbe composed of seventy
i five members iruttead of fifty, as pro
! posed by the senate, and one hundred
1 by the House. The proo9itlon was
i adopt.-d by f he House, hot tin .Senate
; adj hi rued without acting on it.
James ifarrirk, a .son of 1.. u. Mer
rick, of Kdgefleld, whilst out hunting
to-day, was sh.,t and killed by the ac
cidental disch irt. of-ftis gun.
ilaylie Peyton has introduced a bill
in the Senate, providing for a monu
ment for John Red; alio a bill giving
the ri-riit of way in Tennessee rrrthe
Cincinnati Southern lUitroad. , It
p&ed the Hotise on the flrst readSng
and was referred to the Internal Im
provement Committee. Ttiere is no
doubt of its final passage.
V a s h i x a to x , Xovem bar IX Gen .
(irunt was unable to attend the !ui
r.d of It. J. Walker onarcounlof busi
ness engagements. The Treasury and
Pie-totHi DtpartmeoU weaal both
cloeetl to-day, the former in resjiect to
the memory ol H. J. Walker, and the
latter for Amos Kendall.
The Supreme Court of the IMstrict
of Columbia tixikt.up to-day tlie case
of (iemifcjMi vs. Rrowuing. The court
had given judgwu-nt, awarding the
Lapouche Urand lUnche iu Califor
nia, aashraciag over iT.rtfln acres.,
in which are iocludeit the New
Idria piicksihrer 1 mines, to M'-
iionialian. l lie judgment wuu is-n-dered
on the sth A Jury, r86,
and entered 'as ' of Pebruary in
the same year in accordance with
the stipulation of the counsel in July,
a writ of mandaiuna was issued arid
servel on Secretary Cox on the 13th of
July. Too amount of money re
quired uuder the judgment was fc
ilO, which was tendered by Mr
Oanaban, when the Secretary de
clined to accept it, alleging that It
waa an unwarrantable interference on
i he part of the Court to Uae su;,i
writ, and they uow come before the j
Court on a motion by the counsel for
the Secretary (Mr. Ashton) to quash j
the Judgment and vacate the writ. 1
The arguments were made and closed I
on both sidiw, and the e.t- rested.
The Court resei ved Its decision, and i
it will not meet again for two weeks, i
The funeral nf Robert J. Walker i
took place at noon to-day and was at
tended by a large number of citins.
including a great mauy members of
the Rar. The funeral services wvre
conducted by Rev. Mr. Chew, of St.
Albans, and on his list the Presideni -famil
v was represented bv Mrs. Orant,
Gen. V. C. Iient, and Mr. Dent,
lather ol Mrs. Grant, Messrs. fish,
Robeson and Cox, of the Cabinet, I
were also present, aa well as a large ;
number of other distinguished gentle
men, many of wIi'toi have been prom
inent ellicials in this District. A
heavy .-.now storm prevailed at tha I
timo the funeral moved from th1 1
hou-e. Hie ri mains are to be in
terred at Oak Hill Cemetery, in Ger
ms ntowBtagt a J fiAj ti" i
the amoant of muMiareq ettrrvin
and bank notes destroyed during tin
week was tJOU.iii:; currency issued j
tor bilLs destroyed, tl,ihll,A7ll; balance
duo for mutilated notes, fM,Uti.
PYHiilinatiun in the .;.-.. .f )niuy h
.Mullijfan, cbttrMxi with )mpIi'itV In
the ilrawiaok frautln, eoaimfnoeii to
day beforu Coiiimi.sion.r Osborat-.
Th principal wittit?si was Wm. rTorn,
!! twtitli.-l to Mulligan' knowl
edge of any concern in the matter In
which Kuril wa at tliat time an Inter
ested party, having received his share,
attoin MiiW- TU oai W idjQUrnei
uatil Aridity not. Fntocts . Uow-;
ani, Uie (rfrw)n who, it m statei, dt-
i-oveml the frauds in Washimjtou.and !
hw riUtweMUently iielped th matter
along and participated in the pro-
ctds, Is now under IndK-traent for the
alleged participation in the frauds, '
U'RS llll.il hr(IL2!,ht bettJM fl'.f '. ',l.-ii.:-- .
. in iT4e tJii iu A (mod, ot
tlu,(KU for L - examination Monday.
It i dtateil that the Potitiiiaster
0rtl -I!! Soon L-iu? an SiSSt K,
hitiitintr thrmik'h mail- Uie carriage ol
tia ritcuiam trotteu ap 1
tlif rlreJilars trotteu ap by swindling
&rnH ft,r tr lnW of defraudiuif
the iiutila?. '
Some fft-enty
of these firms are on
the black list of the Government de
tect iyts.
Ta. Ifritlsli 4 gun friKHte
thuViWe
ttiril-.trt ,
wiiu I; waa attuk U
low Kort Mrtttin
in 1777, has been
raisul in a ku-xI state of
nreservatinii.
Relative to the stupendous frauds in
the ('u-itomliouse here the jury calls
l,r l" removal or collector t.rmncu.
Ml' ttMy hoiwat, but iuiiui,,-
.1 . . 1 t, , i t , . .. 1-1 1. . r uiikj fh..
t,t'n to
rr-ni- U 1 if
frauds of Blatchford were brought to
1 Cirinnell's notice three weeks ago, but j
j he refn-iixl to listen to the charjres. i
J Suhmiently ho jcave UUtchford leave
I of abasnee, when he went to Canada, j
aim lias sinc-a lft for iinrojio,
The H'oWtf, of to-day, devote a 1-
umn of editorial to Joseph MedMFi
1 plan for securing a minority repre-!
- nration. It says his Hellenic lia the
. merit of simpl1ity, and may prove ,
practitafile.
The Uriitest States steamer Severn, 1
which is now taking In powdfr, wIM
be the Sag -hip of the Samaria naval'
exprtMng, flClft.l L!(lTAAi'3 4
iiistrmt Ativiey- irHa, r Brook-1
lyn, haa a mass of evidence In his
po-vie-sion in relation to the late elec- j
tion frauds, .which he will preaent tai
pliee of Blatchford,
, In the drawback
irauds, has abacondeil. Warrants
Hvv bJi; inauettfitf Wh .
. fnmwl .n.iliv tha rwa i.f loav.npnt !
l ue saei' ioil Ol two eiiiMiren were
h1' "u Iwwt Twenty-eighth stret ,
-f.v
" anything aoout tnem, vx-
i cept to have retnarktsi some time ago
! a verv diaagreeahle -uicll, which they
' were unaUe to locate,
I The Ilerjtid says trutt tljs. Jfatlona!
' Banks arc alining at the control of
I all the moouyv at trt fountry. It
; holds tfut the oatloualbauk currency
ought Ui he withdrawn aud green
backs issuM in tts place. The West
itid .t'Uth, as well w the Kivt aud
Nortel, iiiigH Bmb have as nietny
banks as they choae, that ia, banks of
deposits and loans, and for commer
, i4 acorjWitfsUtKtq, Wj.ioh, h
,ii!y legitimate business of hanking.
Alluding at the wwna tte to the cur
ren;v of the Uiivernment and eot)le,
it saVs the (iovernment wouMget the
benetit ol a national circulation, the
nront.s of wkh-h lira enormoos, and
the people waikl have a uniform cur- ,
rencv oerHprtlv safe and steady. If
the cumut-y ire tw be lUaturtied or
hanged at all, thia ia the only ra
tional view In accordance with sound
linancial aVxttrtqe and the public in-
terwtt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I H 1: offlcere aal nerabera at Harmony
I Degree Grore Xo. I, are hereby notlfled
K.n 1 esree.
All brotleefi oi i tie Crlmeon Wearee are re-
spectfullji
i luaUed. By order M the D A.
nolo
M A HT1N HQ1.LAX 0, Secretary.
NOTICE.
I I. MrtOQx re berebj oantloruKl muiXnmi
i V traalog for taUvn proqiWory qpte ior
the uiut2Jtow4r t-ble io th wrdr of
Meillten Ttro(her, mt, rec..,vt:Iy, 2 S, 4, 6, tl,
7, 9. 10, U and 13 maaLtu from Ujm. No
, oooa Moral Ion huviog bees reoi vei lor utld
! not, tne name will not be paid.
; uvai a. w. -gyyri.
500 Bags Cotton Yarn
tnaJtea. We will
;ii I" I,;,: . , .
ioowi a ru,,
:9V Malu Street.
iiK roe
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
Memphis and Charleston R. R.
r At AFTF.g TOtAT, 1TOV. I'm.
J TUrouift Traiae tot SaaheUla, cm
Ml fcait, loave at u at. anu u u
rflaaaa Train uInMiw Ml
utral, aua.u. aodeau p.m.
iBi Oanteai, aUaaa. aati
Vail Train airle i a.xa.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
REMOVAL.
O. Iff. OASJaL Jr.,
SADDLERY,
AND SADDLERY HARDWARE,
HAS REMOVED TO
Mississippi and Tennessee R.R.
OX AST
Bill
AMD AKTEU fJrAY, SlIV II,
rurtl,r nolle... !r.,:a Bill iu j-
nritoww:
I Nw Oai.iH Mail, Dailt -Lhtm Mm
I pbl t .-iu, aiklrn liOMt aoueUttu
. Mw I i Iwu, Vii-tuborv tut all kuu
South.
Kiphims, lATI.r Uwn MemsbLi 4:li d ru
muklitK .Itrrt fofiniS'.U-ni for i .rT- -v.;
Wiitr
Vll. omora. H
inapt
an point
' 'i i f r.j J
irtmftda, oa MliuU4lppt
Bua ie fh.K.kiiI tlirrmah.
""au ia s .MlB4ret. nr
lrrnit
ll.'TlUltll.
Will
i-uil ior Bfcii
.n. r
riira 'ggf
i Imvlnit nrifer. t I
Miu ..tr.M
A.n.UVUMil,
T- .. ""'
J. P. tlA I.KT. ii.
DRY GOODS.
WHOLESALE
DRY GOODS
B. Lowenstein&Bros
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
200 cases beautiful New Prints
KH) cases Bleached Domestic.
100 cases Cotton Plaids.
100 cases JeaMMfO
50 cues Liaseys.
50 cases Flannels,
20 cases Shawls,
5 cases Cloaks,
50 cases Breakfast Shawls,
5 cases Arabs,
20 cases Balmoral Skirts,
IQ cases Boulevard Skirts,
100 bales Osnaburg,
100 bales Brown Domestic,
50 bales Blankets,
25 bales Kerseys.
Also, an Immense New Stock of
Dress Goods,
Hosiery, 1
Gloves and
Notions,
WHICH WE OFFER TO
Courrtry and City Merchants
. . .,
As Lfit a rati be ahrpped fri.ru Xew
Y ,. n t.uvers uioiM L.
lork l1ty' ll09, buJm woUf1 d"
weU to giv ut. a -nil belhre makintr i
their punhase,
B. Lowenstein & Bros.
242 & 244 MAIN ST.,
Entrance to Wholesale Beparfmerrt.
244 Mam Street.
N.tt. - V rc 1 iii- t -l i - . .
Age nli fur
WARD'S PAPER COLLARS.
"
BY THE GOVERNOR.
i ' '" 51 C C a U '2
THAWKSGIVING.
State of Tennessee --By the Goemor.
A. X r t c 1 m allon!
'pHK I'rwul -u of it... : .ill! kto..
M. nitinit nit mt
I A I m tali l;
wo in rn.- wr-'i
ilwaUitia
lu l :e iJntPrti-iKH:
nun for Erum1
aas faata Jtsitmy
oalaitropba hs
cruftMnisn; ao r
kD or arfhi
Ha
.N" MUhi
.aa ol 1 ; 110
of oar !
overt -
,!' mvwio.1
le t inert of Ibtf
nee, of the artl-
our land.
m-hooU ' ffl'
nave been uiulllt
have hsj oimupU. The ru
ue:' ,r, .. h I))
iat. Tbo Ubarty ' var
.h.. Th.-jju
tl'.U
We hlf
eht. friim
the Keered
Word, by devoi
Liiketh iIeaMU," ,
H it. ..n-rcy He lr
He titu.letU ap U
iSi,.. thti?
I..
flu I fiat feer I. nil lu
the broken la heart i
B teltetlt the
number of uie
repai Ol
Ol rain (r.r
tbeeairtli, He niaaeta araa.1 loasow upon the
ini.uaiaiii.,, ue otaaeto ueew 10 our 'ruer.
wow, therefore, 1, l. . 1 rtenter. (lorernor 1
of the atale o ieonew.ee do uereay reana- 1
mead thai t
Thursday, the loth Day f Novevher. hat..
he i.heerveil tut e .lar of tha!ioitlvliuj. j.rayer .
u,vraie. Ainihiy iw, t,arSiC
everv hh Ra t . .' r T . -t i fl. 1 .to furllt. i
reonniwnd tbatali the ueople
astaaaMm.
I1V.,
in. .11 as
ly
i realor and !i
el vtr oi all
His eontlnnet
.i - k wheal
1S I nal,
Oivea 1 the
t tlie lixerutlve Office, In the elrv of
We v li, e, thin 6i h nay of November,
J the . ear of oor Lord one tliouKati.l
ru.
l. W. t'.KKTFIt.
ovaiuor: .. - -
A,J.K1
Ln aSK..sVjeei..ry 1 -iu.- n 'i
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
V made in tm ran.'. In p
lliai S,4i0 of tie- isale of Teotie
meat Uarlan li 1-e.aed, W
.ni, eta 1Ik tuer rai
ilethnaant HObear affaee me
4 tSJif tSieui -i
on the nth .lay
of Ijecetuber. at 10 o'clovlt. a.m.. aad tiefeuJ
wild suit, or tbe w vill uaiakaa lux ton-
fam art, and the caae .learu m p'irie, aod '.nut
a oopy of tha order be publlnhed once a week,
for lour mivcetlitlve weeks In the Metucbla
DaiIT AeBAl JAMKH HAI.L.J.l'..
. for helby County, Tenu.
B AET. llRARS A M.'LI.KK. AttOtne.VH. PI
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
-' WWAL SETTLEUfBT.
cMifl aaj aas&z ' - nm -'"
ILIAVE flled my aocounla ana you. ta- in
the earn; of yAdj;lnrIVaUo of the-
iiBie. deceaaeu, witu tne
Clerk oi our County Court, a4 Ul apply at
ale u. uuiuna aiutu.e. iwi wi ..
the next term ot tne court to aa-w taw
mEm
allowed ul eoaftrmad. wham Muse mi
interented tuay atteud and enter their objec
Novetnber H.8 aov
NOTICE.
MTSB'.MIPn AtlD TaNNKHttaX Hal lhoas,)
Ucuiait a so TaaAscaea's Orrtca, -MrKia,Ta.,uKbar
u. ltfr.j
tTOCKBOLDEBa lu thin com pan v are
uoUhed thalttM auaaal ateatlo
for Mrectom, to ervj the eneulpg year will
be held at the Fealty a.W, Marnptl.. on
WKDNESSOAV, tha hnh S.aabar aext. at
11 o clock a-m.
ooix
a. K. LAME, Secretary.
A HA LF SECTION OF LA NO,
rlTH one-half In a good, stale of onltlva
V tioo, aetua In .xvra and ooteon tlit year,
the balaaea well Miaaered, comfortable !m
proeeaaeuat, wtth Ola. rree Ojchart, tc.
blaa Ive xaUea aat M. and T. Railroad and
two xoilsa of Uwaahoeae, Deftcto ountv
Miaa. PtiaaSU aaeSw.
Mlhi ickai.
1869,
DRY 600DS.
Great Sale
-OS
Dress Goods !
Menken Bros.
WILL OPEN
MONDAY
A LINE Of
FRENCH POPLINS,
At 25 Cefas per yard.
POPLINS AT 25 Cts.
ALSO. A NEW L6T OF
Arabs at $5 00,
Arabs at $5 00.
Also, a Large Assortment of
10-4 WHITE BLANKETS
AT $4 00 PER PAIR.
Also, will exhibit a Superb Assort
ment or
Hosiery, Gloves
LADIES' UNDERWEAR.
.: i.ii Inducementa to
WHOLESALE BUYERS
AND MERCHANTS.
Menken Brothers
Comer Main and Court.
noUAtW
AUCTION.
BY W. H. PASSMORE & CO.,
TuUy Jtjrn.ny. Nuv lotk. at IU o ci'-tk
A turtpt aHty ot
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,
Bmirir rpot-. s,,rin MtirH--. Hi., k
':wv , -aiutlat-M'jlii Lnwiim. Kt.
.".!, iiKaaia lac 01 sar-pitl v ira
it,.., ii.at utUvJ in .una uul
now w. H. P HMORK X CO.. Vu. L're.
COTTLtEB ik EZEKIEL,
Who!aa!a Auctioneers,
- - AMI
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
fwruer Sd.nd and Adama streets.
REGULAR TRADE SALE OF
Dry Gjjus, Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hals, Caps, Etc.. Etc.
Tuesday & Thursday Morning.
AT 10 O'CLOCK. '
A. S. ROSERSOII. Auctiomv-,
LARQ6 TRADE SALE OF
OOO 3XT3
Staple and Fancy Dry Soods,
Notions.
Cutlery, Fancy Soaps, Etc., Etc.,
AT AUCTION.
will sll ut ur eiex,ni. snuw
V Sc. '..a l i,tiU A.tnm-, S,r, trtiUupt rt-
WK, CB
TUESDAY MORNING, NOV. 16th
.vT iu , .'k'lAX. K.
A .Itfkirul.l lii, ..f Sipl- Ui. jmsllli
.11 Hl.ia. ii,,l l-,Ou, ..'nutull ana '.!
ljeU. i'hHris. mn.r.. rresH On..i-, iinuks.
SUnls, ilmteiy, Koj DI-liti.lC UMd,.u-.
TKRStS CAW .s.Vl.R POilTIVK - :
GOTTLIEB Sl EZEKIEL,
AUCTION EEN3,
Corner Second and Adams Streets.
nod
MARSHAL'S SALE.
11 Y vfrtw M two
M- to nao 11
WBdneaday, the Ut Da
;.T!Ser. iob9.
IHHW b.:el u-
!.v!e4 f a- tlte
iiig aad Ham
aei : IUUj Uie
taii eoftu,
. HueWVlX.
iacaaal M. C M
4taA
aolti
BAILEY SPRINGS
Lauderdale County, Afa.
1 Ho le iMst t$Un&am. Ofir-aijilDK i3M.ew-
Itid llo-'inia, UoteiJ.' Pa; ior . Bikii-rtirubM lu4t
Fl'tU, KH.-hpnn, Br ;.nil Billlftr.J Iw.tn-i 41 .1
Ait Flfnr, Mule, 11,!, Xfapi, tie?.
etv. i 'Mt' . . : il7 iiiiHw H
"Will uooia lubUoly
fr itlv ;loti ' irt ij Apii
On the 15th Cay of Oecembdr,
To t.U biheM lnnt tAii itt. Ttwfcooiw .
and rtirnHuxv y ; 'ri utnl , u-;n i .
viniiir VMrUnewto crtitfrnn.i
Aoromni'uttB&feavii Io bai i 'Md,
sftiottvo of onLer?T. tafd3ni'
tH-iM WtA.TH . ".. frpp-tt.Ni.
TH MAStWi t tsAMLIM ORUAM COMPAN'i
a-in,,. nt the Font rtrrxmitltm trr.w u ,
J.,UuMt.-iU iUhUi:Mu ia Uu uiury.
o u that their work
.y STA.vtiAkD or KtckMWcs in tta
n.etit. respectfully siinouaea ttmt.
tended aud puru-oted lacUitlea, aadtir wXM
aive uee of re. cot tta uroeexaata, uiev are
now peodaelng tt ion psa n-r uboajis
m ix ivnt unit In ireai variety aa to
iylaan.l price, adapted toeidpulitit nd pri
vate uaea- for l'rawim KoonM. Llurarlea.
Mu.lc . ftowaaa, loo jert Halla, Lodge.
Churchea, Hchools. euv. In plain ana eieejent
caaee. alt of which thev are unahle.1, bj their
uneouaied fadltriee r manufacfure, to k!1
atjrloeo taferlor work.
The recant Unproveiueata Id th'-seOncan
haeeen Encreaaed their u vtajneee and popu
larity that afct-y (.re unqueeiloneMy-'lie most
deitraWe iuatiumenls uli; alnable for laniiiy
uae, an a cll :u ' hurehett, licbooia. etc., wWa
the riee at, which they mu be affordeit
ititl to tluW aaehl attoiit them to the raeaae
are not liable I., tort uul ol tinier unt ranolr
Ina tuiitug onoe whers a plaaKt ts.tuaed
twenty t truce), are very doraole. aad aay to
learn to play apoa.
enuuM S H.Oeaau to. are uu
jctaT OKOA'i tor ; each;
,11,11 M. KlUHfOW. .villi IWO I
tuks ior ltA,aiid other tyea
tlonaie ratee.
For teatonony to te snperlority of t
uta!v.tha. kfkaoo Ji H aralta organ Oi
ipectfully reler to tfce ruueieai pi'jta
trenerally ; a tnajprity of toe stunt promi
mualelaoa m ibe i-oomry, wtHJ rnany of
Inlaw in auroi.e, uavina mven anQug
monv uioj. tne msjuou at xtamunOxsan, i
A oirealKrooiHaiBliig Hii
w::t ue eeub ir.-? mi any ui
aeacripnve circular,
lent reepeetlns theee
reel itrawiBflf of erw Mm i a
tpweat price, aoiciij axed
I HAHLIS OBUAN-Ca,
OH
.iUialulog fan jagriktav '. geatt .. rt- !
stet.rr., .... a ' fa-
INSURANCE.
HERNANDO
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF MEMPHIS,
OfFICE : Ma. 17 HAOISOU STRtT.
S.H.0UM3C0II3, W. I. 6AL83EATH
Prei.el. ViM-Prtaltif
F. M. NELSON.
Secretary.
W. B. ALlOflY.
Aas't Stcretary.
OIRECTORS
4. H. Ht'.tWtlMI
k, r. Etaa,
lysvKKa AAJ.i9T L'Mtn ar riHa.UA
tfio asm jl xi arrtx rtucl
PLANTERS'
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
Office: Cor. Madison and Second.
1 G L0NS8ALE. frtaNaal
D M T9WNSF.N0, Vtee Prtaliteat.
WALTER A GOODMAN, Secretary
J. 0. LONSDALE. Jr.. Aaa't Secretary.
Mite "KHW :
i. H . rmianD, J-1. Daai I.
I 'i ;e1Slll.t, V. MCTKK
ti. V. .' r. f M. N. TT
J. V. HU..I,
b. F. Hauhiht,'
J.I . .1
. lavaxr.
It. J. MTU CD,
1AT ml,
ujoi f.aanl
ancS
m. h.
n I. I'. ... .r. an.' 1
rrn ana Murtna Riiln-
HIDES AND LEATHER.
SCHEIBLER & CO.,
LiK.vuEa.s a
ruAr riuiMitire
LEATHER
Ho. 203 Main Street,
Ttm HftcaK Prrrm ytO a.r
hioes, peltries, beeswax.
TALLOW, WOOL.
ASHBR00K & WHITE,
ngNn to Uco. hituiii A in..
uttAixns is
Hides and Peltries
HlhHi Ch Prlie PUi r
Hides,
Furs,
Deer Skins,
Beeswax,
Tallow,
Wool, Etc.
(V.uxtantlr "n iV.miirnrunl,
Harness. Bridie, Skirting and
Seio Leather,
ADAMS STREET,
Bete. n Front Row and Water St.,
Ml MEMPHIS, TENN.
l B.TMO4it,
t. r.URi
THOMAS & GROSS
Manly acthvehs or
LEATHER
A."I1 i .k: Kit- I
Leather & Shoe Findin's
Foreian and Domestic Calf and Kip
Mm, Tanners' a.p.d Carrtan'
Took, Tumtn'm, Etc.,
366 MainSt, Memphis, Teat,
ast-
r..al
li i,U for HldMi.-l Lathr j Oi,
HARDWARE.
COTTON GINS!
ALLISON BROS.,
HOLE KOR
E.CARVER A CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WHOLKHAI.K OKALKHH IN
HARDWARE
IRON, 6U MS, CUTLERY, Etc..
270 FRONT STREET,
PLANTKIWoi
-hase fHn, I
rnlot ttuu we
Mbmlaa 10 par
iM wtlt do well to beer In
He. Aaeol, for E. CAIl
IVKoVaOl l OTTO.N OIiM.
VEK
Th'- nuiNina'1 tM-autv of the rttaoh- of ucton
glnnl on ttumty wJi known ttM RcaihIs. the
riKbtoeMa f tb4r tpmtd naiilMismr..
rreaAeil jrtutd uf llnl, wai tnuxf uUMr -
feuiowlJtd tulTUiTtagem. mu tbevl more
flMirmbUf tbaa ia hnmT yearn, wbwn, as mw,
they w i i- the vun.. j
STOVES, ETC.
CHARTER OAK STOVE
CATECHISM :
(raaciew.. Who ma4e the rtr fhartarOaH I
Stover .
.l-iarer.. U. K Fllley, of I ..,n...
t. wnea a -it nnimeaeT
u. Uie leial uu.ulty i.t iri.li.
n lays they are good Kt,,vt
Haste thai aaetiieo.?
I! -w rhanyoatuf that i.urnbei ajw.it
A --Ivot tme.
U -W,iW eeiia the aeUUttte '"' IB
J. r. .tVHAMKi. t".. 5X7 MA lit ST.
i XH: pienty of them.
U-M.w oaa purchaaen tell Lhe enalne?
X.Wr veeiug the name oi j. V. Flilay on
Mch Saoea,
la. How ehouid parUen or-lj thecn?
T.-feU your merchant 15 get Flikea.
Q. ftoet J. F. V flAJixt a Co. have a good
A. - ru; (Aee mS Utrmot Wmwnit ami He
good (.
1. F. SCHABEL & CO.,
NO. 227 HAIN STREET. MEMPHIS,
sol
i$ents.
KUJ7
THE FAVORITE
ii guaranteed tr he ia all rawpeHaa-
FiRST CLASS COOK STOVE.
l aii aad examtTto thaw. For taie by
v. m
kwT Re.' ..Ing, ij.itter: n ead vwaatwl
l orkjkoU'-ited and promptly exaeuted.
With aaxae .ad of all de-
reoelved, aiao ih nn itieWitW t
i or other xtlamianta to ex-
deetre to twrtttt. For taruMja.
aptay to St. .'. K. BACWT or the
Oe
' t
INSANE ASYLUM.
....in nomnnt N trr.R mi
n-O- an !
VOL. BO - No
AdGTIOM.
ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO ,
TZ. Z77
. C cor. Main mm! irtknm Sta
j daily'sales or
MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, ETC
AtSalaaroom.
Taflle Unena, lnnz'.s,
Sheeting and Embroideries,
Or onwCT oanaiAjr ntPOBrATUw to
toaald. wlUioat roMrva,
WEDNESDAY MORNING, !0 o'c.ccV,
At oar Uaioarooai. ta '
Una to thtt iai or Lin na u
-mbraclu, m w ar aaa
matin, a Tim or xnorf aneq
lb- kind ayar aadara told ia i,
rMrva. to tl.a hlrnat kidd.?,
aaavataitT tha ladlaa, ar m
titm ijctor th sala.
Mai
a co.
EXTENSIVE SALE
or
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,
JEWELRY AND SILVER PLATE.
Prom the veil taigwn houe of
C. J.TYLER A CO.,
At eer SelwrnaHf, CiHy, 2t !& ; .- -:
CMUaniit7p .wrWtire -stock
i Ciflsrd eat.
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED
Gwxls tow opn lur ilnc.L
R0YSTEB, THEZEVAJi
EXECUTOR'S SA
noTi
50 Small Faro
Fm "" frwn "em
HT .lLruLi
PsifE e
ni UJO ...
Holiday. November 15, E8S-,
wa uxt .aao; prrcc.-y
called
E3 OJJ3L fe
rtiuiioii.
ilr.Vuf. fl
ialo KJ...-.I
Tbrt .luali
Th" tr:ict ,nb,,r1t!c Lj'
F,FTY SMALL
, "j-ytny in ht.f ftom jt to :ory i
I witi be mi otor!,.! 'U UiAt ut rr ,.
j pliwi la bla UauJ, oaa d ua. acii
! now wlUtoiii rarvaar In n .nr
, HJiita thfciu at U-tsuri.. i.. ii.ru - :
', Plana may b n..: n
Hc:n uhlj. i.U'I t.u th..- .
,0.1
VO.. Ul
I la aala wtU ba (antnpwxy, jau v.ll.i-i
iMar.
TERMS:
Thlrrt oaaa.
wimoct u
A. m. PvfL. Kxacau..r.
ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO.,
, Acer.'.-
PEREMPTORY SALE
OF-
Madison Street Lot.
, w,
I 1 4ar
WILL SELL, TO raE VZO"'. t'.Z-
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
AT 3 O'CLOCK PJiL,
TO,
1 Oa rke prrta!ja, thur cili ! r -
' vjuMi aaia "t lualjuu aim, aanra'
! Hraua aad TLlrd 1b Jfce t..-i. -.'..t
Wt tl mldi-r.R. r.( r A i. Ha.,'
' Tba Lut In :sy-. frt rruat t; .si- .
! " lavala),l fr-jyKTtj Kt ttl.
1 "t'mS" IK V -t btxL!
"7-
PUBLIC SALE
or
j , MEMPHIS
UWWMILWW I IIWI bill I.
TWO FIRST-CLASS
Main Street Stores
AT AUCTION.
TK ARE nWTBrCTV.B BY
JO.Nk.-, ti., tp OJW, li; .
Otcw TWO ELXUAST
STOREHOUSES AQ -Ao.
Mot. 226 and 230 Kain St
Each lot hn-rinjat a front ,
aboat M feel by a depth,
proved py roaimoUious brk
tlie tntlr- .iaib of the ..
alley. ifcua larev-ei.
Ina. eeeoad hii w
' .'.vie of Main mreeC, be. we. :
eraoo. oeeupled hv tbe old e
VENDlua tMiOfMr.il.
Su. 2i la tee elegaa:
Su.rvhoaae eo tkeeast !?
the corner of the alicf . be,
J-rifrson. p..i,UUea by
prevent ooeupal, a
1 Je
Brut oi
Bride
THE GREAT RED STORE.
i Strictly Sm-rlaaa froper-y u kwaa,
i material, alae and co'idl-.r.. n..
IKfnit, UK iJU w
Lniiu.vute, at Lbc fklx
l U imp mull to Q
.to in uie Onu-elaiH taaaata wn.ch It alw.o s
ti.trul.nara . rti: .
od a w.er ot rww ,u-
veataieJU la real aetexe Oeta ai . .. .. ..me,
end In the neeeeelty wUluh . :
liw utaxhet, Mf. Joaaa WW rat u. ...
eatr or the fulleet oompeat
deea. lie hah MnjaJbre taeanartau oh i 0
aotlne that u will tie .uouujcl.
public eele
THURS0AY, NOVEMBER 25!!..
At i o'clook p.m., upon the on .
wemau oe oapvy -3UiS. .
oi bidden.
Or StLE. Bair eaah. '.urca
equally dl elded in 4 aad U rawo... n
tercii, necured by leeiU. Oi Irua ug ,J
property. The aaia wlU ue wi pc ui.itui
to oerankaNr, vttk rents ;. out letSetcoi
oar. and pni eitnil lar. 01 Januaxv
ItobiaJt. ruUt-VavKi atu..
icSl
PEREMPTORY PUBLIC SAL Uf
- improved & Unimproved
CITY PROPERTY
ON SHELBY STREET.
0a Monday, 22d day of Nwbcr,
I will eaii, to tha aigheat jidiar, Oor caaii
wttaoot reeocve,
FOUR LOTS,
On weet tide of sjheihy. between TTa.on and
f4avnen ! . aalu am., -i. h.t ik..,. . .
fee.t lln u.ini,!i. :nu. w. i.,m.ha.. .'.
HuCSE, with troa front tbraMrty known &a
the Allan Honae, uonetrneted loratore betoar
aad TeaWaxMa above. Iw j ot tlie ulnar uts
aaa txaproved, with jubatautial Urica Hutu. ..
and one raemnt lot sdiolruni rhjs rtr-r.y
w sM ap to ba aula, and will aot be wi -drawn
if latere are bidden oa tha gx-jaud
who rxpet to buy.
- 5A1A ooca. 13 O'CXOCK.
moe. a. cocxe.
Bsytter, Trszevaot 4. Co., AdC.'jneers.
Ledger copy. to
Administrator's Saia of Valuable Big
Creek Lands.
tkm MlkwlDlacratoisi of
I. Uolmee, daueasc
g and 'nlneioi Ue 1 . a
on. ietac eei Saw Crwex. jumo
fteen in, lea trom tne tuxy. .u. i , ui
splendidly wooded, and Ilea on Cotu .a. a
fflg ( reek, at lia croealng of thepla.. -. ..ad,
waakwlBiU Jwl aatea; eoBtaii.a :.cees,
nil cleared, with never-faliin .pxlog-.; o.e
oc tains S3 acrea, weU Uoplwved, w -ji 31
acrea la Umber. Theae traofajill ,1 tunilaa--Wwaek
other, aud will be told jepa, alcly
?Se Mtaalaftppi IUvex Vailey a.
Kalna-conetraeted. rant in aloee pre ra y to
Si tract, with a depot at tha ouruar ci oaa
Zttot Mo. 4. Tina taie wUl laaa piwaa at li
o'clock,
0m Taeaday , Oecamber 7th,
On Lot So. 4. tawag Kg Creak. FUEajpfeafg
reBta. Hal eaah; naif m U saenrdiaa
wtthm-ram. XWIOCXS.
w. a. aoLius,
Adiu..n.4 .1'nrom,
RttmfjamwrAT
ia, a.aerViearv a
ptgns on Hie atoro3L'" - i "
WM, FRYE,
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