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ESTABLISHED 1840. MEMPHIS, TEJK THURSDAY, KOVKMDEB 18, 1S69, VOL. 30-;no. 19 V ' JltsTAKls are not alwRy tteerralile, even if they may be somewhat ex eased by the fact that it is human to err. The telegraph had brought in telligence that Mr. Uavb wan on the Great Republic coming up; our River : Kditor.anel others in the oflkv (aurfllar with euoh things, heard, as they J thought, at about 11 o'clock at night, i the K. ;iuh!i whistle, and our j Senior, without actually running to i the river to see for himself what waa ( wakowe fin iu th what wa jwinte-1. to be true, wr.ae He hopes, though a little out of time, that it may lie ' pardoned for ttq truthfulness In other ' reseets. Mr. Davis had not arrived. ' He has not reached here even now, ! while we write, at ten o'clock at I iii-'M. i mar not be here before' Saturday, as the stcauilxiat has Umi i crippled by the burning of one of her toilers, We are toltl th.it our an outWemetit of liis arrival produofl a eon-iJerable flattering of the ribbons and laees, and made our sweet Mem phis belles look more charming than ever. Our bai belors are delightiiJ, nuil d-lare ft Is no ill-wind which so wreathes beauty with "miles. Indeed, we think we have done no great barn for once. In being a little too . fait. If nothing wois should ever uvfttake ui we shall beaatistiisl Ui re lutein eapalile of knowing nothing fori certain except what has happened. j OUR REPUBLICAN COURT Recollect on-, of a of D t njuiihtJ Americans Former Generation A New York exchange makes the Mlowingexcerpts from advance sheets of Mrs. HMn new book, entitled " The Ourt Circles of the itepublic." Slie savs in her pre&ce: Ijata Napier remarked toadhtun gnihed lady in Washington, that a BMk de-criitiin of MCMfa in the national capital ought to be w ritten and that a laithful rnmnl would give a letter idea of the spirit and eharac-! ter of the period than any history, j K.veept of the earliest " ilepublicau . Court," no attempt iuu lieen made to ! jiortray the social character of any ad- j ministrati in. In thU effort to supply ! a lamented defect, the necessary ile seriptions and sketches have been eon-1 densed as much .1- pi i-k-.ible, and n memoirs have Us-n included of men j w hose, biographies have been' else- j where-given to the public. The aim, liaK been toexhXiit statesmen, leading j ladir-, etc., in their drawlng-rtxnii as- j pect.with only notes huttwieoi to illus- i tratetlieir appearance and inllileiu-c 1 at xpefliil times. Tlius mention is i made repeatedly of the same persons under different administrations. lmpirte't us a brief survey must j necessarily be, it will be found tl at a I fcir idea V the administration can be gained by a view "fits fcshionable lite ! and every -day Kial habits. A great : ilifference will lie ireeived in the I terms of the Presidents, traceable in j -ome degree to the intluemt of the ; Executive, but far more to those who j surr. .undi d him, and most full to the kid ien w ho r u led i n the fasl i ion a ble rott'rie-, find gave the fciw i in a--s io-blagi--. dress and entertainments. The attention bestowetl on these last may Ke-m dLsprouort innate to those who, do not estimate tie ireftW-t; those who ' rememlier the lare ihare they occupy I la the detineation of any period, will not charge the author ai th a frivol "in taste In dwelling on them. V'e will i ilract .1 lew of the storie-i told iv Mrs. Wiit, ubi-li may thru w,. . . . , ., , .iif hfw iijrt ontnfriot ial litfir .f (he AttORtshing Increase of the Business timt-iol iiU" -iirlif'r Jr-l1rit-. Ami tir-l, thi- u!ui hum a- jErrK&aox avd tov mxrk. Tom Moorp, tw enty-four yars oM, hitit s yet fHitiliyhed nutbi'iiir whlcti lia'i crossetl the Atlantic, lmt "gentle tettlr' moral mhi," aul Mr. Jeili r- .ii hail no idea that he atood in the preaeiH f of the youni; Catullus of hih iay. KtandmK in hi- flight of six feet (wo ami a hHll im he, the 'r-Milent ItMtitttl tlown on the erruniel little AdonU, Hoke a wortl to him ami Kave him no further attention. Moore, after this unflattering reception, fell to lamMKiniii(; the 1'rt-siilent, and al !:. -' everything Ajneriran. Suneof iiU MMIUM attn. k fell into the tiantU ol Mr. Hurwell, formerly the irenident' private sis-retary, whocar .l them to Mm. Ilandolph. The gentle Martlui w:e roused by Mieh, in sults from a man who had lieen intro lui'eil into aociety and pitroi)izsl by the liritish Minister. They were iu Uapant, antl agreed that it was projaT Iti place the matter lje(ire tin' i'resi dent. This wa- done ut Montloello, ubile Jeffers)n was reading in his li brary. He glanced through the ob li'ixioUM tas-:i;e- poinltsl out looktl tit his daughter and bis friend, and burst into a clear, hearty taaagh, in which they joiuiti alter a moment of I reflection. Wiiet'. Moore's Jri-.lt IllelmlicS ap- peured years afterwanK, and the book i was nut into JeWei-son's hands, " Why I I bis, lie said, " is the little man w bo itatirizetl me so!'' He rent! mi: be j bad always sympathized with the ' Irish patriot-.", and preseutly ex-i riatakM: " Why, he is a poet, after' .11!" Heneefortb the lianl of Eria shared with lijni- the ithwe of the; retiretl atjitesman. The folUiwiug reminiscences ii MBS. M41MHON MTt ls. mtefffctiiig: At ii liner. Mr. Miulisuii Hlways' i trv.k tli lieatt of the tal'le, Mr. Maili-) miii the iiniHilc, am! out ! Ins stscrt' taries the 1-uUuln. iter tueiuury wttH ui, iiaal tlmt rlif never furgut a uttme, and w:oull ad'lre-- cacli m her trueMts, iloutrh just intrmluci-tl with tm-aty i.lhera, art ll she liai k yettr". Site Tv at- a luntri ntTiirn tn th- tlrawli atatefy ami Juno-like uboVi" the ret of the alio IouimI m timid y nrnt'ii thni for iflOPtlt ItK'kitlK ig-room. llfr lijiure toweretl linli.-. When ouiitc tfirl, she UJ1JU nil. ... I Utlier i: i-i ttssiilniMisiy, le-r to Ui- j.i.tMo, ami icniaiu till slie lis nine mre at her receptions a tall, At OIK .1 i TV 1 111, of tU't I'oulii. Irt wiskis. nuatjK nis hij Ins aUll'l iffttmt a )M -t.i ri in that posiUoi half all Ixiur, and flu -. itf.-e, which it w i'.i.ioitiMXV'iiii'l. Mi eye had noticed liis and -he wished to t Ml.illi-r. Bi.ii !i),.k urliUtMt wall. it. n likea tivture fur ally took a cop Of then the cuatuiu . Miclison'akani euibarrassinent , rt'Uuva Mr ffu walked iu mid aildrfaaMl biai 1 he eair youth, astoundt-d, dropped the Miueer t,-Ti in rrour, ami uucoua uuuai i thru-t tt.fl i ;m into his breeches ixx'iu'i. ' I he erowt (I so grout, remarii" ! the genii.- lady Ix-mg jtlcl. ytai aiKitlu r ci lid you leave I had iHtee tin trust notiuecau avoid I1Wtllr! Thi-servant w ill bring ;p of ci.tjee. Prjy how ; your excellent moliierV honor of ktiovviiis hei, Ixtt 1 have n.jt tseen her for -aitjie' j yearn." Thus at te fontintjed, till me i MMr youth fi'lt a ii,.,n, he were in ' ilit-coiiipaDy til an old acquaintance. 1 He tsik i-.in , -iSTi-tly aiiil r.Mjii. U dislodge th- protuber.mee ill his aa'ket. I f ii.- wife of JOHN trtM V ADaMM, we learn: Mi Ijonisn Catharine Johnson, w ho became the wilt- of John luim-v Adams, wa bom, elucted and mar ried in London. Sbe waa the daugh ter of Joahua Jounaoa. In advautied age her children were aceuatomed to call her " Madame," and their fcther " The I'miieteat," The utmost defer ence waa systematically paid to both parents. In person she waa petite, with lively manners, very fluent and brilliant in conversation. The following story about aXTTHrW JACKHOK AND TIIK PORTt - -if., uvehb mixThter 1 not new, but Ls good enough to be repeated: According to Baillie Peyton, w hen McLane was Secretary of State, a new Minister arrived from Lisbon, and a day was appointed for him to be pre sented to the Preytideut. The hour ww set, and McLane expected the Minister to .-all at the State Depart ment; but the Portuguese had m -understood Mr. McLane s French, aud he proceetled alone to the White House. He rung the bell, and the door waa opened by the Irish porter, Jimmy O'Neil. " Jt mti mm voir Monsieur U Prttidenl," md. the Min later. " What the deuce does he uvsB i" muttered Jimmv. u He savs i -resident, though, uud 1 sUppoae Lc want- ti see the (Jeni-rsl." " Oui, ijul," said the Portigtn-e, bowing. JiniBuy unbered him into the green- wbere uie t ,euera! w as smok lofi Jaaa oonaeob pipe u-ith irreat coin- peware. The Minister tnude- his Low U the President, and aeidnwaed him ; in FreBeh, of which th UeuoraJ did ! the. fellow say,. Jimmy?" said h I ' I H-il knows, At: 1 reckon he'9 a fur- 1 rhier." "Try Mm in Irish. Jimmy." j said Old Hickory. Jimmy gave hfm : thanked the Kmi.iv lor the syiri ' :i loin h i.l the genuine M'ileian, but fMithy she hivrl show; ntid M. : the Minister only shrugged tils dioul- lel,eeps for the exertions he ha 1 der with Ue usual "Plait Of" "'Mi!" made to bring the work to romple i exclaimed Jimmy, " be can't go theltion. He also returned thauka to I rlU ui. lu.1. UmiuJ. .i I... .jk.ln f all rl.n itftwir till irWlH4 rwinjllloi (i 1.111,111 , M .cw-.,, w vr w. . Send !.T the French cook, and let hi. n try if he can Ind out what the gentleman want." The eook was hurried from the kitchen, sleeves rolled up. apron on awl carving knifr i in hunel. The Minister, seeing thii formidable apparition , iloobting he v tut in in- vth-hvv wg u in .ui ei i 1 iv nation, feared Mme treachery, ai:d made tor the door, befog which Jim my planted himself to keep hica in. When the cook, by the General' or der, asked who he was, and what he wanted, and he gavu a eubduttd an-iWt-r, the President dUeoven-d his i character. At this juncture Mcl-ane j came in, and the Miuiater wa. pre wnled in due nirm. It Is said Oen. , Jackson always resented all union to . thin inddeiit. yJVj T-Jr Of the lady who became the wife of PRilIIKNT TVI.KR, the author says: As the marring.- of the President took place this year, a brief mention of his bride is appropriate. All who kuew Miss tiardiner remember the charm of her conversation, her wit, her piquancy and her radiant coun tenance, Ih-w itching grave and gay, old and voting. She waa one of those born to shine, to earrv hearts by storm. The daughter of Hon. David Uardi I ner. of (Jardiner's Island, she was ed ucated in refinement aud luxury, and I oarly showist Imt possession of a nrlnd of rare powers. When she euteretl society, at a very youthful ago, many wirre'the poetic tributes that proved her attractions and grave Senators, Judges and State Governors were among the suitors, for her hand: yet she remained heart whole and nincy free. Her iiaretiLs took their two daughters, Jnlia and Margaret, ahroad, aud then- boau!y and grace everywhere met with dis tinguishing attention. The recipients of homage from men of princely rank and fortune, had they been less true to their American instincts, their des tinies would have been c-ast in a for eign laud. Miss Gardiner was un moved by rank aud wealth, and re fused to exchange her rejaihliiiin home for one under a monarchical government. NEW YORK. The Sub-Treasurer--Particular8 Bu'ler's Plundering. of Nkw Voiik, .o-eiiiber 1".-Tlie formal Irunsfi r of the Sub-Treasury I y C.en. Butterfieid to hii taieeessur took phiee to-day. To-morrow will lie (renerally ob servtslas '1 hitnksgiviiijr liay ami bnsi uisy be suspended. in the order of arrest, isgiird by Judge Jone, lor the arrest of Hull r, ebartri "sr b " i rith feloniously appro priating: 4 hree jewelksf and pnl filleil braeeh ts, formerly the property of (ieii. Twiggs, worth MM, end a box of silverware, valued at J-Jll,-imxi, his bail was fixed at $b,iHKi, to be furnUhetl by Friday, iiud Butler waa pen .it ted to iro l lanre on parolo. -r m W MISCELLANEOUS. Justice at Last Ben. Butler rested for Stealing. of St. Louis. Singular Explosion at New Orleans. Tunnel Completed on the Chesapeake Raiiroad. North Carolina-- Her Legislature and Finances. Heavy Lawsuits Under St. Louis. Way at Important Decision Aainst a Tele graph Company. Distressing Shipwreck--Eighteen Vessels Lost. The Army of Tennesse and the Cav alry of the West. Opening of the Suez Day. Canal---First Ni.w VtiKK.June 17. Jwlffe James, ol the Superinr t ',iuri ol thiM State, has ordered the arrtst of ben. it. Mutler for stealiui' silvor--nrp anil lahle fur niture to the amount ol taD.fti'i, from m ii . .... i' i - ..., ... ,.r .iu. -tl. ii i. v. . i i liieiiic, a nie-iri .ir-ii. Twines, in the year VUt, nt New Or leans. Sr. I,..ris, Novernber 17. Mayor Cole, in a iilessaive to the Council yes terday, estimated the amount of pro dace --ut (rout here to jroiiils South of Cain. :is i i.t- a lare as la-f.ire tin war, and the amount of manufactured article ati twice as groat. ISew Oki.kws, Novemlrtsr 17. A case of torja-iloeH which wax bein hoisted at Miller's eandy faetoiy. No. 6i New Li i- Rtn-at, t.'eiti.y, fell and ettpbaled, killinjrrwo of the employeetj and doiut; eonsiilerahle ilaitiae to the huilttiog. ItlCBMOXU, 'a., Koveinla-r 17. Ttr 'l.iy the wxtrkmeii struck light in tin- tuiiiicl between the White Sulphur SprliijTs and Covington, on the Chesa aake Hid t ilii-i Kiiilroail, I'ljc tun nel will bt completisl in a tew days. ItAi.r-iiiii, N. C, NoveiiilM-r 1 mil -uortiiii prtsjent at ll Of the Ijeyi-laluro wa--ic lUMjting towlay. i'h. nessuge puts the State :..,"i"i. It will lie neces the intereat on the old ini ssatre opposes repudia tiovernor s ,e,t at S),s ,1. tion and a further InrTetU'e of the puh- Ua- tHii, aud favors a liberal ayslem of comioouact:. Mini alrtoreciMiiiriends A cban'.:e in tlte militia laws. St. lna, Pfovttnber 17 Tht suits entered a few tlays ago by parties prtv V'iounly inttotiotied, tor damages ugsilii.? y. A. Kick, for the forcible colltJ-tuyii ui tfassiueuU Uivie! uMn uiem tiy UN). ttatirnE nurmgr me wir h8Ve Imjiti withdrawn, una uit ,, Httrtchineut tiled liistead. The AcotiHinKUIion Hank of this city has sued thu Mutsisppi alley Telegraph Company for iKHt. Ati.aFTa, ' ' v., Nov. 17. Yester- .i,... ih(. Suueriur Cmrt rendered a de- ci.aiH In the case of'leil va. the W'esti-rn i nion Telegniph t oiiipany, giving thep!alntIT$W da"laKw- he amount sued for was (f'Jn,iii, for an error In the iransniLssiouoia uiessnge. LisituN, November 17. Advices from Monteveioo report a violent storm at Ih mouth 0fla Platte, In w hlch eighteen vessels wee wreclteel. Jxrtsviu.E, Xovemlier 17. The rtia leti" of the Army of TiUpftoatt and tlmfawlry of the Wewt met here to-dnv. AMritMeid H-i-Jt-aoie were delivi nsl to both. Owlnif to rst'wuy aevidenta Clens. Slterman, Pone, Me in. well and others did not rrive. Aiootig those prtwent were Sheridan, Schoflesld, Corse and Weltzel. An other meeting will bo hold to-morrow, and a sumptuous Imnquet to-morrow night will conclude the re-union. Port Said, November 17. To-day was devoted to religious ceremonies in connection with the opening of the Suez Canal. The solemn blessing of the Caaal was given by Pere Baner, the Almontaofthe Empress Eugenie, who preached a sermon, congratulat ing the world on the success of this grand enterprise. He thanketd the Khedire, whom he said bad immor talised his name and reign by his co operation in one of the greatest un- PEAB0DY. International Fleet to bear his mains to the United States. Re- Iaxdon, November 16. Aeeor-Jins to th ne-w arrantfeiuent the Oovern uieutwill ileipat h the steel frigitu Monarch from Dartmouth, on the Xlh, with the remains of the late George Pt-aUoely. The Monarch will remaiii at Hplthetul a few days until joined by ail Ann ricun vescl of the MaditerraoMtui euadron, when they will sail fin America. Tt la morn than likely that several Prent-h war ships Will oin the funeral net, akiugs of modem times. He dwelt in terms of lively gratitie.i- f tlon on the libertv of worship which had len irrflrtted to christian i mi mi. win. ........ . .. ( .. who had honored tie- ecru-ion wit i their presence. The Empi roroTAu-- tria, the Empress Hugerrte, Viceroy of Egypt, PrincuH of Proaua and P - turi.l u in I mum- fiireiirii flivova Hjtsisl - ., .... .... r. - - . 1 e at Uie eeremmiies. The muIUtudh wu. immense, and the enthusiasm great, i ALABAMA. Heavy Gale at Mobile State Fair. - Georgia The Legislature Stats Montgomery. .gTMAHJKJtt PL'hiifMi Fair at SfonTT.K November 17. This cilj was visited by a gale to-day, doing considerable damage. The roof ut tf. building of the Mobile and Ohio freight depot was blown off, and sev eral negroes hurt and one white mau i, : ii... i A ilisruiteb from Macon. Oil . dattd Tuesday, savs the State Fair is an im- mense success, and that Wade Ha Dip ton would deliver the annual addres yesterday, on the destiny of Georgia and the interests of the cotton plant- fm 1 I ers. , MONTOOMI-.RV, At a., NOV. 17. All the newly elected uiembersoftheljeg ilature have betn admittetl to seats. The seats of Maj. Proskauer and Col. Magee, Democrats, in the Senate fjoni j Mobile, have been contested. Mr. Pciiuffeigton has introdnced resolution askine ConBTss to remove the disabilities imposed by the XI Vth Amendment. ' The Fourth Annual Fair ol the State Agricultural Society commences bore on llie ...Hi msi. CHICAGO. Heavy Blow on the Lake Several Accidents Reported. CatCAOO, NoyemlK-r IT. A ftere.'- I atorm lias prevailed with little inter ruption lor the past forty hours, ana it apparently extends throughout thu Northwest. iu this eity it has ob strueted Ihe highways aud horse rail roads with snow and slush, and ren dered all locomotion uneomlortuble. If has iii-o dono serious d;mtage to the telegraph wire--, but no serious inter ruption has occurred to the various railroads. We hstve hftird of no seri oos accident on the Lake, although a : large number of minor importancc liave oecumsl. The storm on the i lake never has boen exceeded in fury. The sea ran awfully li'mh, and the snow was blinding. At this hour (tl p.m.) the snow has ceased tailing, and the wind blows briskly from the wtm. WASHINGTON. Movements Among Congressmen and in the Departments. The Annexation of San Domingo to the United otatts. Supreme Court Order Deputy Col lector of New York. WASHlNiiTON, November 17. One isirtion of the financial policy of the Admiiii-tratinii is at last agreed on,, and that i-, a n-ciiiimeiidatiini again-; i any change in the internal lievene svstem that will redan the rati' of In taxation. 1 he President, sacretary lloutweli and Ceimii)is.sioiier 'K-lnno ..pp-ar to la-unitisj on this, though the two latter officials will sugge-st snijic changes in the aelininistrativp fr1:' ture of the law. There was 0me hofe that the1 Connjiissioner would favor a nsluetion of the- inc.. me tax to three per cent., while speculative interest desires! him to renvimmenel that the tax on distilled spirits be ' placed at one dollar; but in bis rejrort, , just completed, lie iguores both ami suggests no change in the fiV. Til" objts-t allcgexl is to give the present , riiti-s of revenue a fair trial for the rest ) sf the ti-i-al yw. inoilirie's having bes-n made as to I the rumors that the Supreme Court I woulil devKlo the iegal temlei tu-i un constitutional on Monday, they may l. answerisl that there is no Intimation of the kind mnongtbe jvdc-s or other Supreme Court officials. The inlcr-ene-e that bfs-au-s) these iuipoitnnt cases were argtu-d last January, a de- ! cisioil, if favorable, w ould have Iss-n r ii U-i-i I months ago, does not hold goexl, for the reason that there are a dozen other case-s on the calendar on which tie--i-ioi:- have la-n de-layee) for the same time. The general lie lief, however, among lawyers and iithe-r-, is that theilecisioii of the Court is adverse to the constitutionality Of I the ltsal lender act, IM that its opin ion is not written out and will not Is for some time to conic. The v i stern e ongriwsnien who ate here, sat,- that laith parties will be united in lieevmtier, in asking Con gress to la-rctisethc national bank en culation in the West, and deUre, if this is not done, the AYestern men , 'iil not vote for any proposit.iein to e-onsolulbti. tle vote with a lowe-r rate of interest . The liureau of Engraving and Print ing expecf to be able to issue the new five dollar legnl teneler note- next week ; the fifties about the first of 1 K-i-ember, antl the balance ef lite series of twenty, one bundrisl, five bunilred and one.' thousand dollar noU: by llie I Mil of Uereutbef. x " Secretury llouUiell haa ii !...ii...i,..i I tn rlu' th- fore of sttoeial agvols I employed in the Treasury la'partineiit, anel no more apsiiiitments will be made for the present; The acceptance by Baoz of the proposition made by Mr. Seward for the annexation of that Republic hi tin United Stateis, is said to Is? on file iu the State Ijwirtment, and It is proba bly that the treaty for the annexation I ..:' to Domingo ill be submitteel to : the Senate during the coming snsab,!). Chief Justie-e Chase, in the Supreme I Court to-day, annoum-eat the following I order: i "All eases hereafter continued at I this term .ball lie put at the foot of the calendar of i.a .. ,.i tfin, unless otherwise espevially orde-reii bv ihe Court." It Is understood that the eases sent to the foot of the ealenelar will Is- de- laved alout one year. laniel L. Tompkins has Uspn ap . pointeel leput v Collector of the Xew York Custom house, vii-ej Hlatcbforil natigneii. U X EGYPT. Proposed Programme and Ceremo nies on the Opening of the Suez Canal. Pakw, November 14. As the tiul tan has Anally decided not to be pres ent at the opening of M. DeLewaep's (rreari work, the Viceroy will be able to extend his hospitality in hue own wav, and will cveiv thecredit of the undertaking. France will be represented by the Empress, wl. in her steam yacht, the Algle, ml) irraml ooetiine lead the way In the i procession. Austria j will be repr'-se'iuesu Dy ner iuiporor, Pnwaiaby the l'rinceof Pruwia, Italy ; by l'rince Amadeui, aud a host of amaller imtinns and tribes will have reprcseniativesri to swell the pagan n I The tirst great gathering will take I place at Port Haiti, on the ltttli lost., and on the i 7th there will be tt grand ball at latnali. On the 18th there will lie a gnt I gathering of the tribes at Ishmali, ! and a grauU ciiU-rtaiuiiieiit will b given, one fixture of which WlH ire evolutiouti on horseback by Arabs. I t)o the Itfth the gnind procession will start ibr Suez, where the canal will be i ti-niially opt-neel on the ilbth. The leading feature of the da''a pro ceedings will betheeiwtiou ofa nion u ii i c nt to Mactiien, who lirst pro poseel the Idea of establishing a route to ludia via the Isthmus Sues. Those grateftil arknowllgements of the ser vieea of an Ensrlishtnan will show that no ill will is borne toward Kngland, itlthtwgb ahe did not render any arwia lance to DeLesaep. NASHVILLE Snmmary of Legislative Procti Yesterday. Davidson County Man Elected State Both Houses Adjourned Bver tlH Monday. Rl'KCIAI. 'ID TI1K AI'PKAI.. "iwnici pui tiit-u imiutn im uw suu- '. '" ", A1 seriptiori list, but Mr. tjianelll, kmw Nasiivii.i.k, November l..-ln the jn(f tiif previous career of the man and Senate Mr. Palmer introduced a bill 1 his Immoral IHt-, -very proniptly authorizing the (loveruor to apiioint scratched the names from the list, and an Insurance Committee, to hold hT wHl office three years aud duly examine , Heveral tradesmen, however, in the the condition of insurance com pa- j "ity, knowing less of him or being uie-a doiag business in this St too more credulous, were deceived by hus The following Senate hills passed on Pla,'-M" manner and gentlemanly .. ft , . .. i appearaniie, and allowed him to run a third reading: To incorporate the U(, an at.)Unt. ne Hved fast, pur M aipbis Grader Oin and Cotton ; chased jewelry and furs and tine Manufacturing Company; to incorpo- ! dresse lor his wife, with promises to rate the Memphis Gruclti Society .of rtAtffl XUmiohis: to mcorporaU tin. Mer- few a a0 bought, en a credit", of .'hants tkittofi i'rt-s and Storage i-eiurse, $3J0tt worth ot ine from a I ' ..l ! 1 111 V ..I lfllllihis ' l.i iili'iili ..rain the Memphis and Xew Orleans Packet 1 1 .. ;. , , Mr. Hall introduced a resolution to appoknfcu Juint committee toUtfVfasti- .. w .... . a a 'rte t,e onditiou ol the .-nock of n ,. I State in turnpikes, to have Xiwer lo send for persons una papers, and to I hold meetings during the nw, in the House Mr. Cheatham intro is cl a bill to eret t a Governor's man slon on lum. Mr. llornlierger IntriMluecsJ a bill from the common schools to nholiih the offices of State ami County Saper- ,s ...... intendenta. The two Jlouseo met Ami elected a i jUite LibrarUn. Thirltet) candidates were nominuted. )u the ninth ballot j)r W. H. Wharton, of Nashville, was elected. Adjourned till Monday. A.SiOOIATEIl PBKjis UIHlW li II. K.tsrmi.i.K, NfA-embeT 17. There was a tier, e storm of wind last night, but no daiuage was done beyond blowing down fences and trees. to-day eieflMt W 1 n. Whan.l'. .f DavHl son, Stale a- brarian. FOREIGN TELEGRAPHIC ITEM MS. r.wn-, NoMiot.rr 1 .. The journals pnblfsb a (otiirtftthtcatiitfi from l,eum llollin. wiibilruviiti as a candidate for ili.'f'i.rps f.i ui-i.ilif, for the reason that he does not desire to cause dissen sions in the U beta! parly. It is reported that the editor of I.e Ai.j. has challenged Henri ltoi'befort, for aeeuainjehim of collu-ion with the polio. H -Jk m t C - HiM-hefort is alxuit to commence the publicittion of a new jounul, under the title of f..t Mtirstfilliiue, MAUHIi, iNoyeitibir 17. Five steamers have sailed fur ifavaiu. since Sunday, carrying from ,0O0 to I.OIHI volUJiU-ers. 'I'lie Republican Committee have romonstraW-d vvtlh (Jen. I'rim agaiust a6ncHna Repabiicaa prisoners toCubH. i'rim replied that ! would eonstili libi.onlleagues U fore takiug Saal ac tion. The Rishop at Havana, on arriving, at Cadiz, embarked for (librailar, but wai aricstc.i on board the ataaaoer, taken ashort', and ij imw detained ut tiie pala'vof Ihi'ftm-enior.if Cadiz MRS. EATON'S HUSBAND. The Last ExpTolt of the Vagabar.d Ihiliaa MCIOOO Worth af Wiac li vica.oco I prablc at Mfmhis. t51 .CM On BeUurdav forenoon, says the Mem- treal .Vi i(.vii'Monday Insf, there might . Im.i- la-eli ..' -ervtsi 14 HUiall Col o!' people oppi-ite the 1 elnioiiiio rwtau rant, on sit. Francis Xavier stre-e-t, vainly endeavoring to effect mi en ; trance into that establishment. A closer observation would have led to , be dl-x ov. i y ll. it the peebliar intei- est they evidently took in the prem-t' jses did not arise from any deire ler the ". rcut(oveiuiLrt'' .supposed to bestored within; and if the eiltserve-r i had bctnl'iin analytical turn of mind i he might have tound out that die i 'crow. I v;tJ innipfised of a Jeweler fiiirier. a i ,. i . a tailor, a wir merchant, and tit life parties who deal in the iii-ces-aries aid luxuries of liSj, but not always on the cash srstern. Liudly tht'y knocked at lire door, thinking mayhap that the eaciipaiit had partaken too freely tlm previous1 .light of the iiontent- of his bar. and i that u deep sleep thereby bad fallen upon him, but uo response came from within. I'.'termined noil to Ire baffled, they called in the ui of the law, and very sn.irHy thereafter obtained an enUaiH-e. old v. bowevoi, to find me thing I ut a few empty bottle- in the liar, and a couple of lieelsteaels without the )jldii.ginthclKsir'eiiis. The In . matisi had ib-d, taking will) tbeiu ail I their household geod, even to the globes on the gasaiiers. Anil thereby bangs a tale, which sve shall proceed to uiifuld, though in doing so we may repet Bttits stlneady known to our leaders. I A numlier of years ago an Italian from Ttiarnny u asengagisi iu thebusi i .-- not uiicominon among Italians of th? Jarier siirt. of piddling plaster im-agt-s fjirough fltc ..i.iiiy - .i h;, t tn worUiy of re-, ord except in connect uu T.-ltli what follow-. lur heio, wlirtse name is Huchignani, it sterns, was not conteait with this mode of life, and ing rather goisl lrsiking and lithe ot fi he establisheel a elaneing school anil, , it seems, met with cousielcral.l SUC- ct.-s. At nnyrati', ill his cbnr.icter as dan-r!ag-mast"r he aucess ji in captivat ing the he-art er a eortain widow lady, by name Mrs. Gen. liiton. Slie hael wealth anl influehee, by ifreanin of which sho -cuiresl for the ex-dancing-inasWr a situation in the library nf ( ongreiM, ..I it makry ol SjuOua year. Mrs. Raton was !t' remarkably hatul somu wninan, and had great intliicncc wltk en. Jackson it lieu he was Pres ident of the United States. In fact he cause! a di-.riij.tiun of his t'abinet, because t-ln. fatujlies of th: Cabinet ilinisters refused Ut associate uith Mrs. Katon, whom they looked ujkiii itsa diareputabh-weitiuin. When sixty yenrsof age, Mrs. liiton marrie-d Bu i hignaiii, wiio was then but a little ovesr twenty-one. Not p.-Utstirvi with Uils, nor With He charms ef the fair wieloW, he elopeel w ith her jrand-elaiigbter, taking with biL iiif tj;i tritjjng sum of fJO.uno of the Id lady'a 'money. Qipr heio nes: ams np in Paris. He Had been lead- igafast life, and the $5),0ta) was all ii turn ing a fast life, antl the fc!U,lKi0 was all spent. This was two years ago. In his extremity he applksi for aid to i-'ic . ritual id, i, iiohlciii.iii anel the son of a leading Neapolitan inercUant, and n'lirteented'to him that be was a man of good family, aud owned a 1 large property in Washington. Bignor PignaUjlii iniied rutereiuies, anel be waa referred to a Ne w York banker. The banker I relna; deceived as to the character ami position of Buehignani, reported favorably, and SIgnor Pigna telli wu indoced to advance thequon dam waT-ftgirre peeldler the sum of tlti.COO. with which he purchased a large stock of Prenrh gejocls, and brought them with hiui to .New ork. tsuir-cniie'iiuy ue rtent oignor i igna tel 1: an order for 1100,000 of wines and liquors, promising to send him a bill of exe-hange for the amount by mall. Tnis letter Was ltditre-sieii trom liim phis, Tenn., though the rascal, aa was sub.sesquently found out. was living at Quebec at the time, anel was aieleu by an accomplice at Memphis, who first receiTed the letter, and then pevded it lor Pranev. higuor Pigpatelli, how ever, being wtrwd hy B Mend in I America, instead of winding on the i w ijk-j cam- o iiimtf to look aftee phla, and of course felled to find Bu-! cbignani there,-lrut afterward traced i hiirt to yuebec. Buehignani aaked aaMtubitKl itelay. Bubst-iniaiitty he went to New ork, where he was lm- ; mediately arrested at the instance of his wife! Whom he hail so basely dc sorted, but through the Influence of Signor Pignatelli he was set at liberty. Then he came to Memtrt-al, bringing' with him ihe grand-daughter of his wife, aud started the DeTmonlco res- liUiI', it turn-el Ins atti.til 1011 In ilmi- , ,3.. kaa..li.iit i.ii-H' ati.mVTnn n 1 y V tlfurrinl fn A St. Krancta Xavier street. He venturetl to pay i: second visit to New York, and was avaeennd time ar retted. This time he was brought be- I tore the court, and compelled to give tv lor tnc pa.sineni oi f-s a mrs o his wire during her lire. sui)se- juentlv a tlivorce was obtained, anel lieBiarried the granddaughter with j whom he had previously been living. While living iu this city he endeav ored to cultivate an acquaintance with ' the better class 01 ItaiMus, nut with1 small success, his cliarticter being pretty weli known. At the time of the dinner given to Chevalier betvhl : by the Italians of tiie eity, he and his . ...... t . . ... . Ik..!. ...... . 1 L. I wine mercfutnl in tnc city, winch he shipasl to New 1 ortc. t8atnhile, sji.ru, ,r I 1 I .mil .11. .. I ......... , . ' .... citizens will red'gniaa-Hi gentleman Uut six leetin liighi.datk eves.daik complexion, looking for All the world in,,. .. 1 v.Koi, ..........oi..:.; 1 . ro u v 1 1 ' Ji 1 1 M as M Hlilll; INIp.lll.fi L . Sot the puymeut oi the o,000 he had been induced, in an eviT hour, to ad vance to ilueliignani, aiiowiug him self to be it otf by Rpecinas prom ises. The other day, however, he deter mined to Ik' nut oft" wo louver, and i-y- Iturealenud to luive Buehignani ar rested for obtaining money under false pretenses H h' did not pay up. 15u ,.i .,, : M.r1..A-l iT. jt r . "s ' i . "V ..nv . ,r nlM mwrmW Ofl nvtf.ll u i ill of it very ('h,iaih itnl hounehohl fur I niture, he sent his iamlly away, and iariy on .Sat unlay inoriiing fie fol fco'wi thni. It Is nujfpoed he went to New York, whither tjie wine mer i chttit who w:i - foolish enouli to ad I vanee him worth of liquors ha gone, hoping to get soruething out of hiui. Siurnor PftniatelH. too. we un derstand, tew ft)r New York to-day. I j j uu-iii.il he to have Buehirnan! arrcst'd for obtaining money under fittW pre-; tenses. The other creditorH, of course, I are highly indigunut at being dued, and with Interest await further le-1 velopments. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS. NEW YORK. NlW 1.,i;k. Noveoibcr 17. inlldn flrm.-i ; Mttrti Hon lialea; uplands H.iat hMvy; vivi ju; eoatumi to fr Kxlrn s..utli. rn . no. Wheat lieav uiij 'J to V loaw: Ken Western II ; Illinol ti M Lura tlu7tl myr P.-rk arnjr: 3I 2.. Ijir.l a sha.le Hun. r. wlil-ky tinner WeMi rn ti la l 11. ! Inil. I'nlia Susar II' IIP. .New Orleans M.lasaa tl VI. TurptntineH ts. It.tsin l 2!. Money la hteady and tinehltlnced. St,.rllliC m.i'C, Hold oli.-eil a! lI7'iil2Ti Uoveriiin. iiU Hi 1.1. Hlnle Ih.ihN dull and UUi-lllUlgC-iL Hiy Tliaula llie market la .ulel ami un ehanged. LOITSVILIJE. Lorisvrr.r.K Novemher 17. Torn fH) Rje is. Out 'amily Ouar ntwdv ai .. :, t'nttoil rtrni; illOdllmj 3',. Tolii.-.-o ualel ; aalea uf 18 hhK at WttdloTii. I'ork S3'. Baei.n aLuuldcra dv 1'. tn a); fcn'k lmuiMer 13. lde. iTjHV Laid IT',. WUia- ST. Louia 8t. I.m ia, Kuveitiber 17 fViir- Kail nuis r One Sijti.ii ti Wheat SS. Corn k' In !l. oat 47 In IJ. Rye ill.... Whisky 1 n. sugar 1 1.- ii. Molaaaea Su. Meaa Purk iJk ' :.. 2. Billa (.nnulder li(; lden Ht.iliT1.. Ila- .n almillilera IsiuM. lj.r.1 IB', Tnh.ire.i 1 di lnel'; lug- fit... In Ml- llghi lent f m. u ai CINCINNATI. "naiNKATI, Nnvelula-r 17. Flmir rani 1 1 v i'-'i: " .'.""L" '" V. JkU. fiH. Itynliill. Biol.-.r nncaaut;!. WhlakN Slli.llllli -s 11" .. ; sldi-, lli'jiij li'.. I ler :a!,ail. Fit tu. ('nerae S V d 17. hul- ' SKW DKLKANi tl.KA NeL liU'l: ex I lie I "llOOflll 11)1 tittle .-iiasla i-'i- M tl I'.i. Oat rluur iiuii t. e urn n.-ar.-lira u Rearo lu ric iinr.. IT1.; 1U saiar at oliwi.".. h.-an-e al 5:12. 11 oi. Hay .ll 5U. Hui-i.ii uuii-l : ah Idl lrrt onh-Sii I ter Snrar -rwl"H i In.. Mo. 1 1 71. . 1 16. i et,-itr: iiriine wiii-k- .iiiui Weav i u l l-i I i.ftre iiiil-t: Ooid iter, Mil dla. fair U..-it-.li. prTa Mi rllug:Ci,. ' Nfw Vntk plghi 1T t-1 t.Y.i FOREIGN. mIHI Nnvrtiiber IT. -e'otl.-.ii Bun; a H i.: saira tswai Luien I pluml liL i aliK.ruia u.i.- arlial 1 . . i wtt-rn tal; red alntrr as ual Weniarn anr afc.tl.1. i i'i u, linvisl, fla, Data iu 6d. CaiuKla.' Loxtais. NoTniir lT.-e'nni.u fleet.-ivar. St..; ja.'-.; 'U7., rHm, Kria ai',;' -illnols IVniral -1 iMSPWPBHPSSBMIWW TRIBUTE OF RESPECT. CODY. At a ratiilar monthly luii-iinw of the -St. Pritr- Orphan Aasoclaiton,' hald fht day. Mwu, Win. Kan, W. J. Maiisfotd, J .hi. liuiiu and -tuhu .t were uj.ilol. d a viumli - to itiart n .u.ri.p. ,. raMiluti..i,3 relatlva to tho dealli ol Mr. W. H.l'our. Th .oiuuUJtca auLui.ll-d Ilia luUoa ia pr-aiu hit- ami resalnilon. a hh-h wt-rt- unaii linuaaiy Ailoptud : Whkubs. liar. Inevorahle dteirt liMte a tit.tvisl Amu n. hy di-atli. otirnmi-h fr.t.-aint-d e fltUii and KlH-oritlliK H-i.Tetar-, .Mr. W. H. e ot'v; ! K-.iifreiiire it'il, ll.at, tn te damiaeof Mi W. H. i 'oi.v. our Staileiy liaa Inat an rtliuuhlenffltf r and I he oi phattM a fclul and trnefiUnd. He alwaa ready ami willliiK. hy aurd. deed .etui r v l.i)' i.e.i.wte tte aim and oiijeeta rn, h.lirewenluci-rely mnarn A". .njlt-l, w. - i.e. n Iv-. tnp.t M.e with tiie bereavwl wlduw f a c.i-t I. A j t :. i'hiii m copj thuH rjtolutiuiis hrflprmt upon ttif minutes of onr AtMrlety, ftUel Aistt ttlHt M f"Jl Im- lUi Watrdtfti tU Litt W.lf Mnd family m deppiiM d. JJfKJf.v!. TUt the - mi initi .-r W aotltorlzeU t. rarotsli h copy of itm furt-yolng prMiuble jii I relu!lou- for publlatton. JOHN ULLT. Prt-sMeui Tho. Fittckbb ai ii, c4x-rrtarv. M k m Pif ijt, Nu'tniLHr 7, ATTORNEVS AT LAW. A WKIUUT, L. D. V'K l.-il. a, LUKE K. WKIUHT WRIGHT, McKISICK & WRIGHT ATTORNEYS AT LAW, li the Kit William Block, Mo. alalra Mhi11kc.ii HlraoL II ami I, ii. dec? U J HVKIS. .lB. H !SKKy SVKES A SYKfcS, 3, Atloi ri o a rat Im . M A t. VINt'KVr Bl.eX K. ra-2t l-oitli-r r.rlirt ajllt He.nuil MlrtrutA I . ,,i . T. . WUPDIT. r, , I)LM. Logwood, Micou & Folkes. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 15 Union Street, M KM I'll IS, TK.N.M'.SHKK, w W. I' Kiil.KKS, i .iiiimlsnli.nl i f..r A'r Icwnsry. of2! 1'. W. Baowv O. P. l.:.i- B.C-. Brow.n. BROWN, LYLES & BROWN, LAWYERS, 0FFI6E, No. 19 WEST COURT ST,. Corner of Main, jse M KMP1IIS, Tl : N N . Edward L. Hamlin, Attorney nt XietTxr, OFFICE : 332 SECCD STREET, nr, MF..MTHIH, TKNN. npitMi 1 iy, t Al Notice ItMi.AY U1I1 iftat.. baluaTliankimlvltiK liv ftilliwinic Itai anas will ik cloaril. All tapr matnrlng n ilial day alioulit be f.ai.i tru liiaay oreviou. .uivt.i nr., 1 1 -(. :. Havtnaa l:. ml. of Moinotiia. DAVIS, Praslilt-til, Mrai Nalu'iial Baitk, 17 Meiniln'Ts Rank. T. R. FARN8W0UTH, Lasliler, ' DaKoto Bank. B. P. READ, Cftihiar, I'olon an PiaiiKrs' Bank L B. KIKTINI), PretWwt, Jackson Inaaraae rompany THO.MAS FISrfKR Praaldent, ' Emmet Jau . MrrcluuUa' -Naiioiial Hank. 8. H. TO BEY, Preakkrnt, l3tr Bank MAH1IN UlUFFIN. Caahler. nol? Oerman National Bank. INSANE ASYLUM. OT. VINCENTS lysTITUTION FOR THE O INSANE, t. Lools. Mo. Thia fnatttntion waa foumlrd bv the Slater'a of Charily. Au gust 10.1116a. It la private and Orat-claat In Id arrungetnaoU and accommodation. In sane aatMBU ot both ni and of all ! nomlnatlona are reoeived, alao thoae addicted to talking opium or other atlmnlanta to ex eaaa and deatre to correct. For tarou. etc.. slrswoR',i'lc BAU1U,Y " llAILROADMEETINC. Tl Y auihoritr of the 8toehold-r- PonTen- 1 tlon, held al Mla., i.n the HUi November, UJ, 1 am liiatrunte! to notify the -HoclLbuldtira in the Uetnphla, Holly Uprlosa, ukoJona and aWiuu RaAruad Company, to meet at Okolona, aUaaiaalppl, on Friday, lai Ueeemla-r UM. for Ihe purpose of electing thirteen plreclora for the ensuing year, and lor Ihe iranaactlon ol anch other boaiueaa ki 'mi mine before ibeiu. All are reoneated to bepi-eaenL MINOR MKhlW KT. t'KTHER, Secretvy. ueai FORSALE. Hfxm fiillni.-ckorP.i!anda?n!biK-tontd apotted China Hoca. eunetautiy on hand, by B. UII.TD, 21 Old Raleigh Road. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MASONIC NOTICE. TttK Villi h! coiuiauilli alkill nf ti J l.odi Xo. "t will Im- In lit KKI- iA .i.-inn :, ..-i . 01 1., r IflU, Ut lllsllftl 'll -ft lMlfIQis. All V H- 01 R. W . yf. irf rraty-iiriilr luvlUsl. I t P. M.l AM.trY, W. W. 1 ill 1 1 in '1111111111 1 nois Proclamation. e'iT 11 is, Ti W m.ny . ., J l.tr Prmtldool ut tlto. I stati' fo I ow ikivt-rnfirof thrtul. n Itflitflial tjurminy. Ilk Istla ' ThunksKli llie to liim "wtio 1 Hid sltorn lanili." '..r lion una k in.l Sew, Ifterefare lamftf to:i, nfl'l of our on n Ur r!..si-l (11 liunin ubls biu raorr 1 II U urged upii a 1 . . .-1 .... ol.. JO ipi h .'il nlQilni will Ihi liat tiny, nail an M-in-tal to a rt'iil for, ihkI cUUeut to j. 11 i ii of tlit ttm-honorisi .KKTWlt-H, Mmj'.r. HUGH TORRANCE, Cotton Factor IM.- General Commission Merchant, No 10 Jenerto St.. Titu Block, OPPOSITE COMMERCIAL Hoil.T., MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. now w UFO. WASaUKlTjS. J. 1. ' '.-! ' - WASHINGTON Sl CASTLES, A I l ilKSKVS A t I V A . OiR-.f in Madam Vincent 6wck. r Kftfct i 'ourt aud S.nc-ond Htm In." G rM,l.s HK0 lr(KVHAKY, omc 7US Thirl rPH. J.ontiTiltc, K., taMj-i.cU Lswi. and otiurUrrcJ ty l.t- l.n'tirttM K.-ii ui.-ks, wi. "for Lit trcittiiieiil tl nil dlivs u( ihr- urinary nml niratrT n: dnu of bth v:ir " UifluJMix api'mtaturrlirH or .-rulnn I VfakDMu frriu Hrly errors. K rt"rrtipa, itl-t i , st rift ii re. varlcoct-lt-, ayUliia iu all iu alatttr. affection ot the ki.tnt y-. hdU llaUdfr, aod Mi.- of wim-n. A iDtdlt-ai paiitphltrt. ' Ontaliiiris l&iy litru' I PBM nti uumrrou-H DIhh! rations 01 a new m,ui.Hlor : r.-aili.M Uio above tita Uii out merenry, and iraiKi taut udic u luar- rtanjA, saiit IMM val for 'j tmutM, A V4rix claMp, warrant! to cure YarltMicvU la four day uri' ni to any addr. I AM Bircnts for iw-wc n r mule it I PUiri. warrant wt to removeirrnlaritlr'fl.t ing I H-lt- m( oitl , or by riiii 1 1, $J. A full i-w-M-f mcnt of baiiii:tK't ttii l truhM-a always on band. ( Male ahcuthH, npfii-r qaallty ; ulngle on 1 1, GAr.KN JltlA U UlSl'KNHAUY, nw LouuvUU-, Ky, DRY GOODS. Great Sale OS" Dress Goods ! Menken Bros. WILL OPEN MONDAY iCitix Inst., A LINE OF FRENCH POPLINS, At 25 Cents per yard. POPLINS AT 9 Htc " w aaa w w IV. ALSO. ANEW LOT OF Arabs at $5 00, Arabs at $5 00. Also, a Large Assortment af 10-4 WHITE BLANKETS AT $4 QQ PER PAIR. Also, will exhibit a Superb Assort ment of Hosiery. Gloves LADIES' UNDERWEAR, Jspeci.tl lll'lil'l liirllN tn WHOLESALE BUYERS AND MERCHANTS. Menken Brothers Corner Main and Court. unit daw WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.s B. Lowenstein&Bros HAVE JUST RECEIVED 200 cases beautiful NewPrints, 100 cases Bleached Domestic. 100 cases Cotton Plaids. 100 cases Jeans. 50 cases Lin&eys, 50 cases Flannels, 20 cases Shawls. 5. cases Cloaks, 50 cases Breakfast Shawls, 5 cases Arabs, 20 cases Balmoral Skirts, 10 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, Gloves and Notions, WHICH WE OFFER TO Country and City Merchants As LOW an can be shipped from New York City. Clone twyers woukt ilo well to give uaff&ll Utfow wkln tlii'ir punh&aes. B. Lowenstein & Bros. 242 & 244 MAIN ST., Entrance to Wholesale Departnwat, 244 Mate Strwt. S l:.-We are the exeraatTC AgeBta tar WARO'8 PAPER, COLLARS. COTTON FACTORS. CHAS. H. DORION, jr., I ' l.'i ' I M .' I r ;..i; ., Oottoxi Factor, Oflcf.No. 15 Hoiby &. Kant Bbi!, 304 IT'i-o.xit Sit.. tiOsfk! .urMMris. - ti:v. 1 1 nltiir.i eunioiif-r. I mnli T . ILi. VHHSE COTTON FACTOR COMMrSSION MERCHANT, 314 Front Street, Mompbfs, : : : : leniifsse. "Uaxlnj; hi.i1 XIm fon)JuMl to nmln mim at Tmrst -nutrknt rwtM. -!iU j C. m Jo. j. r, fMM JONES BROTHERS, Commission Merchants. CQTTOW, TOBACCO AN D PRODUCE FACTORS Xo. H Mtiiloon st,, M.iinnli'H, Tenit. ttrr it! by ''pirn p(nicy ci mro coy- X. H. Townoend, COTTON FACTOR AVD COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 256 Front Street. MMOTB) - - - TWIIBiHf 1 1 WBajjjiIijg, RopV- lornnrs. ; s Mai-rick W kkh. Bl.il Tl. . rural.!, .! .-n. ' S. M. WEBB CO. COTTON FACTORS -. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Ho. H 6: one ill Block, U-stair. 1 Uinoi rnKT, it. Fn.nl Row na Mn St.. w il MKMPIlli. TKXS. ' OUR 30TH YEAR IN MEMPHIS. TRADERS, COTTON V i - OX MKHtdlAMTS, COM.M ISt ... l '.N'sn,NIKN V. iMir -..e:i fluj and libtT'tW-iviii i ttnual ttierrn.' n deuce ol -alinu- WX. McOu, Memphis, Tenn. H. r. Uuutna, . Slum., Bin a i M'CEE Sl HERRON, COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS 21 Front SrRrrr, Ravxtjiiiii- H-:-t? .iaa IiiMi Tied fitm.).:. hi law.-s t J. F. DOWDY, Cotton J-1 o t o x MH- COMMISSION MERCHANT, Xtt. Froat Street, Men.plutr., Ttnn. tr l iberal ig iiiiienl-. -aah ml .'aiiMia tautla i.u eon- w. mua. B.BoH i.iMi. MILAM, BOWLING 4t CO.. COTTON FACTORS, AM General Commission Merchants. yj Front ojtreet, Memphis. I at. J lt..hKKT Hi.. U K, . N. RsTKJi , J.ta. W. . nKHiSiS, Jaekann, Jean. BLACK, ESTES & CO., COTTON FACTORS 'r4U COMl.Si' S ilUUClU-NT ha. II Monroe di . H.-oipfc3, JtUL at-ivMleiiiueiiu M: i.L.-.u. retavau aiwl the l..M. :u. i .1 lattra. . 1 u'.ttin : n:iii)l. . . v lh aT-rmt. 3 S TAYLOR, RADFORD 4 CO COTTON FACTORS, ' " AttD ' Gensral Commission Merchants, MO.VROE St Rf ET. t- iw rn .Jaltt nr.tl tt u.;. aiiieuU, r hi ttliia, K.,..' ftntf riiipr.!.-. fi.rol-li.-il i.ii n .naDle sg tvruit, epaclnt aivaulriiii uiiuri ! Alltiiaaftr.ii riler. AI! ...n.ui.lui l.' iii, t-.i imlos ..ther a iae ll.tru(leil. oeS T. A. NELSON & CO , Oottou .V . ctora AMi - - COMMISSION MERCHANTS, S Jciteraun .Street, Mi uiiiliU, Teun. ! t.-1i a.i l.i - - nihle iki hi(tiuiie di- l') ujfin. or to tliflr New lfl llOUflt. NKI.HUN, I.a I'H I Ut AO). IV H V, li..- Jiin.v W. Wilms rnvetie i o.. E. B. WEBBER Si. BRO., COTTON FACTORS a.vi. Gen'l Commission Merchants. 2Su feYnnt St., M.-nilil tutvuiir-es rhnil UK. Iti .la- an u'lamal at llie loan 10SCPH H BLACK, latt ot Matfilte , S. M. BLCK Laic Black. Camroa k Ca . ae.r,i.i:.i taaa BLACK, BRO. & CO., Cotton Factors ind COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR 11. e aala i.f I.. All,, Floqr Uas.u, liay in. UaU, la K.'f. Pel. Irao. LJatis- ailll Wwilect) 11 C 24 Ifn.Dt atrtH-t, tarn .ii aitii Nt. Idonroa felt SHANE, HARRIS Sl CO., COTTON FACTORS General Commission Merchants A Vs-auX Stive', " i ;.i.iu-. W Wv riinilue Mlllnit of I -r. ..Tn. i apeiiiaUiili. lUe tor aaa R. W. Faicit. latr or Kitalport, .Vlra. i. I'. Tmii, lai Hi ii.l. i-m. Trrry A Ctx, Ni tt Oili-atia. PRICE &, TERRY, Cotton a,otox - "' ' '' A1I COMMISSION MERCHANTS No. 9 Union Streets, Orrr Meacliam ft Ttwhlwi-Ii'a, MKMPHls, . . - . TKNTWI81(. THOMAS TROUT & SONS, COTTON AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS 204 Front Street, MKMPHIH, - - TKXNJiS!4iE. 1 " Liberal mlvtmr, ma le on coaaicu- i ; menu of Cotton to oar correrinondenu, r.tn a. riuCLs sijo., Suatott- liT.,.wa tti..ilii V .. . V , . . ktoauai a i a Co., B-iltiioore; H. Siia.n A Host. PbJUdelpnla. oajl W. I. HrrawABT. Of Shelby Co., Tenn J. H. rKlLLOK, Late Madlaoo.Co., 1 nn. STEWART & SKILLERN, Cotton Faoton ' ssp COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. m FRONT HTTtXET, Xemphla, Tenneaaee. 1 r Will attend promptly to the nale of Cot- j ton and rtoan, ami nil ordera (orauppllea for caiatomera. To Cotton Planters & Stock Baiters TH.f JfVhif-LrrT'-i. "1 large quantity cotton Bet-o, ior which they wUl pay the mark price, rornlah aatkt acd a. JMVMD 1IU1 IU) -a " m mm III, aa nave reaea correeuv wetanea on uieir large platform iFairbank alaoaba. They urge in air friends not lo atore their Head In large quau ttuea. and t hereby haTathet rvalue deatpoyed or lujureil by HtaTiso. r-lantera who w'ah n n'.--ke eouLracu lor delivery of l.aal .m pMaaecall at Oil Work, Ceaier taadlna. I uu uua ana meal for una Id any quam. tltv. vll J. J. REILLY, Wholesale and Retail Healer in HATS -A. 3D Cjk,X HOOTS AMD HHuJCU, N aeoond door anuth of ZSl FRONT T.. i uth of Adaina, Memphta, Pa AUCTION. CONTINUATION SALE 'u Ainum m i niierwrtwrT DAMAGEp Ci OOD8. AT 11 8ivwam Hvmwv. r. THURSDAY M03XfNG, TEM O'CLOCK. V""F- A'" "i"?n&. A E. FRANKLANO, Auctioneer Y GOTTLIEB & EZEKIEL. A. 8. R06ER30N, Auctioneer OAV 0008. NOTIONS. CUTLERY , AUCTION, Etc., ir li-rnom , nttnr fmntt ttf d- "try, MMfflMtMi, SMffk QtKjn, L'ntlerw rlter'i CotitinnaUoa Sale Grocerls. Tobaeco, Cfffiffctionartes, STOVES, SUNDRIES. FRIDAY MOfiNIKG, at 10 o'clock, ItKiK, I'HJLLIPH 4.00, A- .'. L'tttitTi rtiri. A E. FRANKLANO. Aucti8neer. W. H. PASSMOFIE L CO., Auotionoors, SeN a rridity Morua. tlM 19th Kov.. 1869, iu la mijj- vi..tj oIli.iiuaU.4d nols MARSHAL'S SALE. tl.. iMtrtl tpal I lhi, on Wednesday. Mas hw Payaf Oacembr, 1869 la-twe. ll lie l.-aal U'lUO l.i -aie. the lollowlafl 4erllaHl t.r'tMttr.ti-WCUJ M laiKM.i a,. . Fa.-! .1 ..-1 1 'iiiiaUilllimnl ! In- :r.itfi e iaa. i. . I.. Ul uu. Laa : n"r with All ay m lr. B.ti.u lfHtly .ar- ualm fu. lM. . -" A VALUABLE FARIY! (lOSTAfNlNU IW, arrL ay a.-reicla .-.'..I in aiKal lilliistt vmirii:on. In. l.aU lit uinnl liulla-r, yill la- .1U by the um: aiane.l, l?ffif Hnii w - ' -"irn' t.. i, bl rat In ldrr. dlvialvn, on Tofstlay. the 7th of Der ember net. P..-IW -en the inHira of 11 ami 1 Ykek. on iprov. Ml lv Hll'UIlt. With . R .. iW. M at M. Mis-l.Kl.uxN, I Mi "-LK1 i . . it- VV I Urii l', M.s'l.KLI.AN. BAILEY SPRINGS Lauderdale County, Ala. I HIS clehraled H'.lel and l'nta , Willi the mi !.p u, OlntiiK XXT ill too Moiei Pulil ioly 'nr iiu tnn ' . .1 ... it ..a u.-ra, On the 15th Day of Deeemfctr, to the Hlrtiewl arid WM bklJer. Hie hmtv, . in lil r. - l.;s a m GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS. & s cti o a. Qi 0 o CL E CO oc "4 S .1 o X E ta e o 5 ui u. O X UI or ui H X O u. .a E E cc o 1 CO a. 2 CM CO c o u o s ta u. L. W. MILLER, Cotton Factor, Grocer WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER Ho. 3 Howard's Row, MEMPHIS Ca 2 Z CO i 2 m m 2 -H 2 TENNESSEE. CO GO O o Ol rjo -n z o z 0) aal to TS "V fn CO m CO o o H Si. .".UKIS'SID.. naaT a.ou. FAfmiNGTON & HOWELL, Cotton Factors, GROCERS ANO COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 266 Front Street, Corner of Court, MEMPHIS, - - TRNN. w E will be ready f.u baaimawi In ami new aiore on Ut September, and will have a good iiucktif Flauutitonttappiiaa to meat tn waala ui oar irieuua. mar Fartk-ular attention paid to aale of Cotton, which will be alored in onruvn ware- i Lonae, and aampiea and weighed w th care aar Ci-t ton In store will be oveni bv u ranee uuless otherwise tnatraete.!: and all milpmeiita by river luaunal under on r rp- VAMUNeiTON HeiWW-U AUCTION. ROYSTER, TREZEVAUT & CO., 4 N. E. cor. Main and Jeflerson S u OWi-iALLY HALHB OF j "EWHAIIOISC, FUBNITURE, ETC., Atauemonm. " urmag. tXTcNSIVE SAL l OF WATCHES, DIAMONDS, JEWELRY ANO SILVER PLATE, From the wall known hotise of C. J. TYLER &CO. At or SalMroem, 0!ly, m M T...mn continue at 7 p m , untlr the slack U Cloata- wit EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED nEraESBKTTi;. 7 a ' Goods now op, for xala ROYSTEH, TRfcZtVAS PUBLIC SAL OF MEMPHIS BUSINESS ?R0PEBTr. TWO FIRST-CLASS Main Street Stores AT AUCTION. ibM rwo I to offtir, ;i.. ST STORE-HOUSES ANO LOT;, Mos. 226 and 230 Main St.. i F.iwh li iviBg front on ' n. by a- dania or i ic ttrv1lm urlfk s utput oi Ula las 1 I lutz. en I aliteuf 2 lek , ai THE GREAT RED STORE i ;rc:. a tfftr . a t6 , .iL, at pcreakytiTN I puUts aale. Thursday. November ra-H PEREMPTORY FUaLIC Ikt fc, Improved Sl Unimproved CITY PROPERTV, ON SHELBY STREET. On Monday, 22d day cf Kovt.r.Ler, I will aeU, to thu d! iUar, Iu eo XIOjvX) FOUR liOTL, I aretmproTe.1. witfc.r i,. , and one vacuul u: al olatbc. lhj. r'Tafl '. I lt mm bf Hjlij, aril wu: a. 4;a u there are oau ler on t e ; -artio expeet to boj j rautiuCiiiUc'aricr. Lira ti sen ! avlr. TrezevaatA. Cc., Auwi'.c. , I "aw"Pri iaa ' Administrator's Sale of Valu E Creek Lands. of tjt uVivrcl lut a dtpMi . : I ri. cj. The aala wui takd On Tuesday, December 7th. Le No. i, being Bl '.'rt Pl.ai.-ood TrPUfH-Bstf cash i wae. betlf Is 13 .or. i. Willi Uiierml. a . It. HO lioTWr-rt. TRrravAT 4 5rT Auiici, i;iin. AacU-. Plan nn flle at nor offl sr. HATS AND ISAAC FRIEDMAN, WHOLESALE HATS and CAPS 297 MAIN STREET, Up-Stairs, - - Memphft, Teim, aWTbe only eieioaiT WholoaaJa Hs HoaAti tu tba oitr. Uf auwavia entirely h, area aaaortac and ti al r. t fr ui uakiuaurn, ana. bin ma In cotupat witk Kaatern u.-.-e-. IHAAJ i l-.i-I '. ac? jflr-T Mala 8reet. r;p-taija. FRUITS AND FLOWERS. WHEATON NURSERY ESTABLISHED IN 110. WAD0Y THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR I A large and oomplat Stock at Ornamental and Fruit Trees. VINES, ROSES, ETC. Alas, eaoiea collectjefe of Green House PlanU, Flowers, Etc. i7.T! ail ewtlew. Lav Out aad Bauury Orounda and Famlah Bonquau, at th'ntZ Ix- MaajxxolJtajs . f 'n'lt eapertal attenUon of Oajdenara fSi9i?f, W r orrer-.n- at nv prioaa. eall and nee, and ea.eot for yo'ireiva. or Catalocuaa and oth.r lnforinari ja, adr dreaa. WADDY THOMWOK . Froprieo rT . Mameula. Tenn., Or R. . CBAJO A CO., Aartcuttnral and Seed Sroni JTw Main atreet, Memrhla, Tecn. ar BotutoeU fumUhed at anort nuoa. oaaHcUw St. Ctair Nurseries, Summerfield. III. . -i - MILE9 from 9. Loata. bn O and v R ZD B-. fc. F. BABCfXK , Proprleii.r. Two Handred aerva tn the ruiilTa:ljn of Trait Treea. Applee a man la rami ioca o 2 aim olua, lnoinelVBe ail the lea.un and 3 yeur I popnla.- aonthern vaxlatl.f. i otai!i; rroaa reliable growera ttontn l-ea-Plaaaa, "- v'---rrinn Chvrrla. yu.a cea. Orapea Btrawoerrtea, Kaapoe. ri -. al, la gret variety. A cho!eeooIl.tl.Hi O' Mo-e. UrnaaieeiUl Kteraraan and Tl art mil Tree Flowerlag rSturnba. Ecnaaanaa flan la, coiba. etc. Branch oaee, li and IS Moroe sti aet aail ilaw aix k. BUi iwrv. id ' Aaent. Administratrix Notice. rOTICE la heraty gives, that tbe nndeg -.J iilgce! waa, at the October Trm. , of tlw Cooaty Coort ot aholby eoomy. 'jir quaUSed aa A.umuuattec-1 of ice aC-te of tdwln WhltfieM. deceaaed; and thK ai. p,r ona having otaims aga'.uet tta aid -- are reqolredto praaant tnein.dwjy anthenrt cated. within Ihe Ume prarilred ry law, or they will be barred: and thoee luii.oied to the aaaae are reetneeted to make lOkAedtato uu'iurut feraou. living ouaaaa roo- ntroted with eat V? Hoee. No. 1 aa FAN urou MatorYlreil ird'a Hoo, WHTVfllLD.Aam-JU ei