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THE MEMPHIS SUNDAY APPEAL.
ESTABLISHED 1840.
MEMPHIS, TEIST., SUNDAY, STO V IMBEE 28, 1869,
VOL. 30 -NO. 8 -
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS.
TUere wax no further action yesterday
iu the case of the Spanish gunboats.
The Spanish Uoverninent has an
nounced the intention to restore Const it u
tional guarantees.
There waa a private ball at the Tuille
riea last night. Among the few invited
(tuests waa Washburue.
B. D. Foater, one of the proprietors of
the San Francisco Morning (ML died stid
denly yesterday morning.
A petition, to Congress to luaufrnizo the
beligerent rights of the Republic of
'uba, has received 13,000 aingnatures in
Philadelphia in three days.
A messenger of the Mechanics' Bank,
Kew York, was robbed in Wall street yes
sisy of a Targe amount in checks and
irafts, and several hundred dollars.
The Krie railroad office. New York, is
under guard, and the parties asking for
Fisk are informed that he is in Boston,
although it is generally believed that he
is in the building.
The resignation of Jay (iould, as Re
ceiver of the Atlantic and ' .re.it Western
Railroad, was received yesterday, and
Judge K-ul-. Hitchcock, of Ohio, ap
pointed in his stead.
The receipts of fractional currency foi
the past week were $VU,.'.77; shipments
amount destroyed fl:,OiiO;
amount issued ,111,140 ; balance due
mutilated notes, rl ..
The Newfoundland elections have re
sulted even more favorably to anti-confederates
than at tirst was supposed. The
ru'l returns show that twenty-.. no auti-
con feu
rates and nine cotuedorates are
fleeted.
Advices rece7 Madrid from the
Phillipine Islands b"te ,hst a conspiracy
was discovered at Mai.11' and manv r"
rests have been made. !rbe PrK,'Pal
erson implicated committed uicide
when the scheme was frustrated.
M. I.esseps, Chief Kngineer of the Sue-'
anal, has publicly denied the unfavora
ble Mparts: recently circulated about that
great enterprise. He calls attention to
the fact that in ten days no less than lifty
vessels have sailed safely through the
canal and fwek.
The New York Htrald says the Passaic
county grand jury have also indicted
James Fisk, Jr., and Jay (iould, and upon
their being caught upon Jersey soil they
will be arrested and arraigned forthwith
They are charged by the indictment with
fraud and conspiracy.
J. M. Cass has sued the New Orleans
Timrs for MM hundred thousand dollars
damages for a libel in publishing, la -a Au
gust, an affidavit made before a Justice of
the Peace by F.lder Hickey, charging Cass
with embezzlement, and coiumenta there
on in the local columns.
The corporation of Nashville yesterday
gave bonds for one hundred and five thou
aand dollars in the injunction case re
straining the payment of checks issued
by the Radical administration till the loy
alty of the issue is determined by the
courts.
The Canadian government has received
dispatches from Governor Melkiugall, re
lative to the Winniepeg insurrection, and
confirming the reports already received.
Mcllougall expressed the belief that the
agitation would die out as soon as the
proper explanations were made to the
half-breeds.
lAtcuat-Posi won the first race a dash
of two miles yesterday over the Metairi
track at New Orleans. Time 'i.jb.
.toruti won the second race mile ami
repeat in LtXN and 1.48!, Atmu-Uel.er
mining in a good second. The attend
ance was good. The weather was daiiq
avid foggy. Mercury fit)"'.
I'niled States Commissioner Hell, of
Kew Y..Tk, yesterday decided that the
delivery of a letter to an authorized
agent ' the person to whom it is ad
dressed terminates the connection of the
poatefBr with it, and a subsequent em
lieixleu.Mvt by such an agent is no of
fertse against the I'nited States, hut can
only b( taken cognizance of by the State.
IIora"i (ireeley wants Ben. Butler to
place t inself protnptly and heartily at
the head of a movement looking to the
instant anil complete removal of all po
litical disabilities whatever from any and
very one wl favors, or shall favor, the
XYtb Amendment, and their prompt
restoration to all the privileges of citi
aenstiip. Tiiet.iant Powder Mills, in the sutv
nrb. ofSan Fram-isco, exploled Friday
night, killing two whites and wounding
anoth. r.Hls,, wounding eight Chinese, The
building was blown t.i piece and glass
Hcallered over the neighboring houses.
The shock of the explosion was foil a
Kreat distance. Br. C'listiiians, a chemist
and the superintendent ol the works, was
instantly killed. The cause of the disas
ter is unknown.
The Secretary of the Navy was sur-
firi.oil , . t i r . I a v mAmitii. t I ha ,..,j,-
1 ' " " WW
anceof an article in one of the newspa- !
pere of Washington, purporting to bo -L
mtiatract of his fortbcoiuing report. The
Secjetary aaya his report ia not yet SMSV
IWed, aJ no lerson has seen what has
tiera written but himself and bia chief
cilerW: and further, that four-tilths of tbe
utjtteta iu theallpnd afuauact will not be
Jluded to in his report.
A nosion t ustoiiiuouHe broker waa ar
rested i huraday on ivunplaint of B. U.
'avnet, fu.'tomhouae ottloar, that bo bad
.at arioua tipiw giteu bribes to the
uiouaf of k)U to weighers in Custom
house tot pns-uriiur fla returns
of weinblH pi csiffee. fonimisatoner
BetOi ss.nniiiius; Barton in default
,uf SMwo ,lsnd. SeA.rsl other warrants
have l-en Isauesl, ami it taaaidthat ft is
the intention of the aul horiUiw, fter the
prosecution for bribery, to bring a civil
action for the recoverv of the duties.
THE CONVENTION.
aggektions from Hie People Touching It
and Those who Should be Seat There.
kkmaktowi, Novemlier 2A, l- .
JMwkwt Aftjmtt : The time ia rapidly
appi"'H,'f'"k " 's propd to
hfve a "ynventiou of the people of
Hhelbv coiin:.' to nominate cauan fates !
.... I
lor seats iu the cluing
convention to ;
remodel our State Co:titution. Af
ter my exerieuce in coun.." fonven
tions, 1 tlo not pro'iose to have .-ny-thyig
more to do with them; but 1
still feel a deep interest in the coming
convention and what it may do. I
therefore hos- that our very liest men
may be put forward as candidates
for seats in that great and important
body. But 1 do not wish to see the
thing M coiiromised as to drive
mauy conseWative, or white
man s government men, away
from the polls, and prevent their
taking any part - in the election.
1 hope Mr. Johnsou's name will lie
kept out of the canvas-, altogether, as
4, -re are many of us who cannot, aud
will 'n any way countenance or
favor '. Jonnson s elevation to any
jinnnineili ' among or
over us. 1
Iiv mv Kv'sons, and
ley are suffl-
cient for me.
Hk.vuv T. Jones.
M i Mi-in, Kovt..""1'
" No free go vern ment, o." the )ert"
sings of liberty, can be present "V
any people, but by a firm adherent?
to justice, moderation, tempentape,
frugality and virtue, and by frequent
recurrence to fundamental principles."
Virginia BiU of Hight.
The momentous questions Involv
ing all the dearest interests of the
people of Tennessee, are about to be
inaugurated in a Convention of the
State! With due deferent to the
opinions already expressed by many J
writers on the subject, as to the prop
erly qualified gentlemen In the
'West allow me to say that no i
qualification whatever should be al-!
(owed to outweigh the simple reoom-
menilation of no politician. Put nil
political axnrants on the xhef. 1 he
jfreat question that will be most prom
inent in our Convention, (provided
our representatives are true to the
people,) wi turn unoa Uafl "rfeaffw
franchite." The great truths that will
be eliminate! din ing the sision w ill
inevitably prove the truth of my po
sition. All the several proposi
tions, that will make a plausible
show before the Convention, will
grow out 01 one pnneipie, mm reter
to one oiiaaaW.V elect ur t,
ranch i.e, and
s to be exer-
the .uo'icn whkii it is to be exer-
eised.
AU of our institutions (" that
were' ) whether tat or i-eueral in
rhrfr charaeter, are founded in the as- i
sumption of three great political (ruth ;
1st, that a bee government is the beat
calculated to promote human happi
ness; '2d, that the sovereignty resides, i
of right, and in fact in the people; U,
that the best motJe of admiuistering
the govemuieut is by properly quali
fied and accredited agents, instead of ''
the people, personally. This is no time
to debate the truth or falsity of the
above assumptions. I do not, indeed, ;
for mvsetf, hfritotci to declare my uii-
pualitied belief, that they are clearly
consonant with all the details of rea- j
son and truth; and I believe that 1 ex-
pr. n the opinion of every individual
in the wesiern part of the State j
when I make the declaration.
But I allude not to these
principles, either to justify or j
to condemn them. I only desire to I
call the attention of aspirants seeking
a place iu the Convention to the fact
that all our institutions rest in these
great principles of nprtsentafice re
publics; npmUiam in this, that they
repose the entire sovereignty solely
in the people; representative in this,
that that sovereignty shall be exer
cised through the administration of
agent or representatives, and not
personally by the people. Nor is it
my intention to inquire who are the
people, in whom the sovereiguty is
upposeu to reside, home may think
Jnai Jjey include every individual in
the com ,1Dit.v- without regard to age,
sex or coli"" (,tners u,a' maintain
that the people w di who tight and
pav:
All rlirt Hi.. " ....... .
in the hour . . f " le-ril or
contribute to
supplv its purse " in the p.'ul,n& t'es
of ileai-e." I will not stop .ger to
discuss anv of the points or
involved "in the varied subjects
to be raised in said assemblage of the
pmple. I come flow to urge the
claims of two native Tennesseeans,
separated entirely from all past tioliti
cal tests and known to the entire
county; and for their fidelity to prin
ciple, close adherence to duty, un
blemished patriotism and an inherent
and abiding fhith in the will of the
people, no U-tter names couid lie sug
gested. Col. Wm. II. Stephens and John M.
Camiack, Bmu, are tiiegontlemen al
luded to. Aukicola.
SUGGESTIVE.
The ex President of the Confederacy and
the ex-President of the Union.
That the ex-l'resident of the late
Southern Confederacy, and the late
ex-l'resident of the United States, at
one time the heads of the two arniits
opposing each other on this continent,
should have taken'up their residence
in Tennessee almost simultaneously
the one in the wistern portion of the
State, and the other in the eastern sec
tion, is suggestive of the strange vi
cissitudes of revolutionary periods,
and revives p- culiar reminiscences of
thestirringevents that have transpired
in this once jM-acetul l'epublic within
the htst eii:ht years. Immediately
preceding the war a strong prejud ice
existed in the minds of many in 'IVn
nessee against the Hon. Jefferson DM
vis, of Mississippi, obliieratwl almost
entirely by the war. Yet -e can re-memlH-r
wl.en he was very nearly
mobbed while passing through the
southeastern portion of the State. A
little later, and the Hon. Andrew
Johnson was also very near being
mobbed while passing through Vir
ginia from Tennessee, en route for
the Federal capital. It is a noticeable
eoineidetm
that lenne-siv, more m-
nocent than any other State of the
I'nion in stimulating the passions
wnicn re-uiieo in lire rcevni isniiiici ;
which made the most heroic efforts of
all her Stater Stattsj to avert the threat
ened collision, and interposed herself
as a lireakwater between the embit
tsrisl section-.; which, ultimately In
volvul i:: Um drfiiilt'ul carnage, fur-ni-ritd
sol Hers to Indh armies, and
sustainetl heavier losses in LJ.ood and
treasure !hun all others; and amoiiK
the l.rxt to engage in the work of re
BgMntiatsMi utui r"stration, should
becomo finally the j;lacu of domicil of
two of the principal actors and direct
ors of the Stons of revolution. Two
illustrious President sls.p beneath
her mmI, "the sleep that knows no
waking," near and within her capi
ta!, and two living ex-Presidents,
,..., : '
1 m mu "I'l" T"3 TmZ
I lUHll'lliIM' s wj 1. I 1 umiKH 1' m v.i.
their puiet MSiHMMa, return to make
their home within the Uirders of the
volunteer State of the I'nion. The
circumstance is significant of that
peacbtil condition of the -'Center
State" which invites and welcomes
within her Itorders the humble and
the exaltisl alike, to make their homes
, in our mn 1st, to snare our norn at
I plenty and unite with us in building a
I great'and jxiwerful commonwealth in
the heart of the continent or Ameri
ca. Xa.'fti ilte Hiinrr.
A PROTESTANT " PROTEST.
The Recent Evangelical Conference in Phil
adelphia. Por. cuso KepubiWn.
Ijite last evenintr, after the cloS4-of
the anniversary meeting of the three
great JCvangelical societies of the
Protectant Kpiscopal Church, which
were lielil in tne t nurcii in um r.pipn
any, the " Kvangt lical t'onfereiice "
BMUd a unauimoua vote, reiueHtinK
! it-rtain Kishons named in the resolu
tion to iiiouire if " there lie cause of
.resentment for trim oi any iis,.p o.
. . i . . ti .1 ..
the t'lturcli lor alleged leacmng oi
false doctrine." .. ..
The resolution wtts presented by Dr.
- -' " . . w I
AlcxHiiiitf Jl. niton, of .New in
anu was passtsj iti. cm. iy a. rising
Vote. A feeling of the tleelMn-t tolcin-
nity pervaded that large assembly,
embracing, as it did, mauy of the most
distinguished clergymen and influen
tial laity of our Church. The Hev.
Dr. ft il- Butler occupied the chair,
and alt present appeared fully to real
ize that a great crisis had now loen
reached in the Protestant KpLscopul
Church. TUB document asking this
action was at once signed by the
members of the Conference then pres
ent, and will be printed and dissemi
nated for signatures of (oth clergy and
laitv throughout the Church. It is
well known that the prelate alluded
to is Bishop Whitebouse, and that the
" fale doctrines" are those contained
in his two last convention addnises
and which called forth the " protest "
which has excited so much attention
throughout the Church.
It will now be decided whether men
high in ottioe are to be iiermitted to
hold their positions, and at the same
time seek to subvert the glorious
iirincitileH in defense of which the
martyrs of the Revolution shed their
Mood
blood.
On the previous evening, at the an
niversary meeting of the American
'urch Missionary Society, Bishop
Cumm.-ns' Kentucky, delivered an
address OJ wonderful power, which
created a profound effect. Among
other striking dectations, the Bishop
stated his conviction Uut "we should
never get the priesthood out of the
Church until the 'priest was elimina
ted from the prayer book."
NASHVILLE.
The Removal of the Bank of Ten-
nessee again.
Bill for Dismissal of Suits in Regard
to it.
Another 50 per cent, to be Tacked
on to Taxes.
Bill for the Sale of Delinquent Rail
roads becomes a Law.
The Tax Books of Shelby County
Called for by the Comptroller.
Test Oath for Candidates Repealed.
Etc.
Etc.
Etc.
SPUflAI, TO THE APPEAL.
Nashville, November Si.
Senate. Mr. Cooper, of Bedford,
from the Judiciary Committee, re
ported in favor of passing Senate bill
authorizing the Attorney General of
the State to dismiss certain suits
against citizens for their connection
with the removal of the Bank ot d0 likewise.
Tennessee. The Committee were sat- I District-Attorney Pierpont was noti
isfied that the action of defendants in j fled yesterday by Delameter's counsel
the cases referred to in ttehMaMl hLwjMjlw.,rf
,, . , . . i gunboats would 1h' lileti to-day or
ill.- ' i. mil irni iik,v-uiv ,
ders issued by the military power at
the time having jurisdiction over
them, and was expressly warrant! d
by the Legislative department of the
State, whether wisely or unwisely.
The people of the State had de
termined to identify themselves with
the cause of the Confederate States,
and through its political and military
power, were performing every act cal
culated to carry out their object. They
desired at this juncture the acts com
plained of by the State of Tennessee,
under its Military Governor in IBM,
and in the courts, and they were per-
formed. The defendants had for their
justification an act passed by the Gen-
i t. .1 .-.. .
eral Assembly then protecting the ui-
tcrests f the State. They were under
the absolute control of the military
power, and iu the opinion of the
Committee the defendants con li I not
have successfully resisted the power
over them ; and hence they should
;;ot Ieheld personally
responsible for
the course they pursued in regard to
the assets of the Bank of Tennessee,
under their control. The authority
of the General Assembly to pass the
bill is well settled, and the Committee
refer to.the case of the Governor vs. P.
fl. McKwen and others ( Hum. as
directly in point. The bill pawed its
s(cond reading.
Mr. Hall introduced a bill to levy
and collect fifty per cent, in addi
tion to taxes now levied by law,
payable in notes of the Ii.ink of Ten
nessee, but collectors are authorized
to received one-third of the amount in
greenbacks or specie, in full of tax.
Tht
House rwolution, HUthorizinK t
the Treasurer to borrow twenty-liv
thousand dollars to mevt curretit ex
j)etises, was concurred in.
In the House, the bill to reduce the
compensation of tax-coll'ftors was
amended, so that no collector shall
receive more than three thousand
dollars, was jiassed.
The Senate bill, authorizing the sale
of delimment railroad
d.jrj reading.
passed its
The .Senate bill, to tax marriage
litvnses ten dollars, for the benefit of
common sehoLs, was rejected.
Mr. Slaughter introduced a bill to
incorporate the BtpWUSVitie Manufac
turing Company.
The Spi'.iker of the House submlt
tetl a communication from the Comp
troller in relation to the books of
Shelby county, which he stated MM
for some reason or other withheld
from that county, and which might
r -stilt in Hit loss to the State of the j
taxes of that county for the present
year.
Mr. Jones, of Hamilton, introduced
a biU to regulate the business of in- !
surance. It constitutes the Secretary 1
of Stuti), Comptroller and Treasurer
of the Board of Commissioners a i
... . a as - ' ' J I
committee to license companc - uouig
business.
. I
MM the Nush- !
The House bill to
villi' and Northwestern Railroad,
passed its second reading; ayes, 3J-
noes, m.
The Senate bill to repeal the test
oath for candidates, was amended by
applying to the delegatesof the Con
stitutional Convention, and passed its
thin! reading. Biu'cm.
LEGAL.
Decision Affectinq Revenue
Decision Affecting
Returns.
Ros-r-ox. November 27.A tuse
canie Ufore Judge Ixwell, in
the I'nitexl States tjourt, to-day, in
which the I'nited States Asaeor
claiiua that James A. Chadwick lie-
rived an income from the Boston
i ri 1.1.1. u.. :
utwi t oitiuai , uivii ..c m.
wun, una nau t i t uny reiiori u u.
the Asstor. He demanded that the
Ulll Tl "" &?1L
conttst is whether the L ni dtates
Anwj ar ecoiyri m tjtimm charged
with false returns of nersonal nieoim
to sho the books of a corporation in
which he is concerueu." J t is said that
.en cl.arp tl with trauu in income re-
. . a . " i
turns to prouuee nts pnau- oh(.s.
- -
ERIE AGAIN.
Another Suit Against Jim. Fisk & Co.
Xkw Youk, November !7. An
other auit has been commenced against
the Krie hailway Company by Hogcr-'
Locomotive Work-, of 1'atterson,
which charges that exorbitant freight
age has been demanded for transpor
tation over the Krie Hailway from
Patterson to Jersey City, and trans-
iortation is sometime refused unless
through an Kxpreas Company to
which directors are SDecially partial,
In consequence
01 the revelations re-
suiting from the investigation of al
leged frauds iu the affairs of the Erie
Hailway, a Judge of the Court of Ap
peals, now in session at Trenton,
stated yesterday that the affairs of the
railroad companies of New Jersey,
an-l particularly the New York Ceu
tral Railroad, were about to lie simi
larly overhauled.
tf 1. 1 ,...--.ll'i . l . . l . U'l.l.-.t T.ir
u ju4e 4o"-.i " -..v. ,..... .... tjaa the isipular emlorsement of the
the pyelitis WW'i-jnJ SSw1 ThU eleotit,n will occur
Chauwick.thet-a-e uill bti still further illlllipdiatt.lv after lhe arrival at St.
itsii-i uyiiu im j--.... ...... .. - , ik l ., K.itKtxK ana inguiis.
States Assessor cannot tvinpei a cm- . a,a. ,t .i,,i,, ,,.,i, thar.
THE SPANISH GUNBOATS.
The Vessels not yet Released by this
Government.
What
the Spanish Consul at New
York has to Say.
New York, sovember 27. The
Spanish Consul here states that the
Spanish Government has appropriated
six million dollars for building six
screw corvettes at New York, but it Ls
doubtful i! they would be built here,
the United States Government had
treated tht m so badly. He also states
that the Spanish Government did not
own the t hirty gunboats; they were
the proer;y of Mr. Dehtmeter, though
it was trti( money was paid him. If
the Unttec. States endeavored to pre
vent them from going to Cuba direct,
and threw them on Delameter's hauds,
then were Englishmen who stood
ready to buy them, and who would
undoubtedly sell them to the .Spar -iards.
Iu regard to the coming of a 1
Spanish fleet to this port, he said the j
ships came here with two objects in j
view: First, if the United States had
Dot interfered, some of them would
have brought crews and Captains for
the boats, while others would have re- 1
inained here for repairs. Second, if'
President Grant desires to favor a few I
hundred Cubans and accord to them !
belligerent rights, rather than eon-1
tinue in friendship and peace with j
over eighteen millions of Spanish sub- j
jeets, then the Spanish Minister would 1
demand his passport and come on 1
here, aud embark in one of the naval
vessels and return to Spain. The com- j
ing of a Spanish fleet to this port :
meant no insult to our nation, but the ;
American Government has taken so
gPW prwautionary mea-ures that it
u na hut nrnwr fnr his Government tn
Monday.
CUBA.
Contradiction of a Dispatch in Re
gard to a bpanish Fleet.
Havana, November 27. The dis
patch published in the New York
T ibune yesterday, telegraphed here
"that theSpanish fleet had been or
dered to rendezvous in New York
harbor, and that President Grant had
ordered the I'nited States vessels of
war to cruise in said harbor," is eom-
mpntfvl on hv the Dinrlo in if issue
j of to-day. The lHario refutes the
statement that any Spanish fleet has
! received orders to go to New York,
i and characterizes the storv as an ln-
i vntion ()f thp friendsof th mmulx.
I tionists, and says the PraWl object
I is to turn tl'ie American people
against .-snain.
The lHario advises Its friends
among Americans not to place any
reliance in such rumors, which are
started by conspirators and published
!or ltie TTH m proouemg irriia-
1 1U11 .
Aortas from the interior are, that
hunger and mLsery prevails to an
.ilnrmini' pxti tit.
fntolv fiiimi :i hut in thp viiinitv of
Patina iSoriano containing the lifelesa
bodies of eifiht persons wlio died of
starvation.
SUPREME COURT.
Ruling in the Great California Land
Caso.
WaMHLMOTDW, jwyeiiibpr 27. The
Bujueme Court otroM MiMeta? C6
In nKts mul tlii mnrnitiir fur lit Dlir.
f r.,n(it;ri,.c, dnrkioofl in the
eit-ie li'ltl uniler atlvisemtnt at the'
opening of the Court. The Secretary
j oi the Interior withdrew his motion
previously submitted, and argued and
' held under advisement by the Court
to vacate the judgment and ipiash the
writ of mandamus issued in the Mc
Canahan claim, thus leaving the
! judgment in full force. The Secretary
must therefore oliey the vrii und is-
! sue to McGanahan the patent for the
Haiicho Panoche tirande, in which
the New Idea California ouicksilver
' mines are.
sbss-i aairv
ftL.AlNL-
Reported Fenian Outbreaks all over
the Island.
0 Oonavan-Rossa's Election to Par
liament. LoNitos, Novernbef 27. Dispatch
es from Cork. Duhlin antl Tipwrary
report that there i.s beint? several Fe- !
man oeii:ui!str;uii.!i' 11; ariuii5 iitiri-
of Ireland. To-day at'Pipperary antl
CkNUMl the proceeding of the riot-
ous Fenian songs, sung by the mob
while marching in procession, and
1 sevenrt houses on the line of the
march were stoned and riddled.
At Cork this evening, thepartizans ,
, of Iloa celebrated that gentleman's
eltvtion to tne fariiameut wittj a
t,mn,l tnrch-liirht nnicessioii and ith-
er proceeding. Everything passed
off without any disturbance.
ST. DOMINGO.
Particulars of Taking Possession by
the United States.
Terms of Annexation The Cost
not to Exceed $2,000,000.
Nf.w York, November 27. Gen.
Balx'ock was accompanied by (Jen.
lngalls on the steamer Albany for St.
lhimingo. llabcock had in his pos-M-ssicn
sealwl instructions from the
President, Uireetlnij hitn as to what
Clllll- w
houtd pursue in tne nego
tiatious with the liaez Government
,wtructioin were not to be
K StoSSt SU? J5
;o7from Ieegu-
previously of- a favorable con-
si.u.r.aon b this QoiwiibI.
President Baez has made preparations
to submit the question of annexation
to the votes of his people, and thus ob-
illiri . 1 . t iivttrii. L . ) '
kl 1 1 t 1 r ti .ai
v unnt.xatl'0,,i jj.z' Com
mis8ioa,. wit visit the United States
and present their petition for admis
sion, the SB rus Jl auuf-taiiou in
' be the assumption of the debts of the
! Itepublic, amounting to less than a
I million, and the purchase of the ptb
ltc buildings, forts, etc., of the State,
which wiliamount to not more than
1 a million.
The Bantifr of Friday says that Mr.
M. Burns, President of the Nashville
uud Northwestern Hailroad, was no
tified by Col. Ci W, Cole, President of
the Nashville and Chattauo-ga Kail-
road, yesterday, that the Directors pf
the latter road had determined to
withdraw all claims to or propositions
Until. 1U1 "TO . -wr. .... .. .... .
and that the Northwestern Railroad
would be turned over to the manage
ment of President Burns the &th of
ilet-ember. i- W. Thonias, Superin
' tendeut of the Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroad, gives notice through
i our columns this morning that nq
. more freight tor the Northwestern
i Railroad would be received by him
i after the 1st of December.
made for the lease of the iornier road
VIRGINIA.
The Old Commonwealth at
Restored to Her Position.
Last
Washington, Novemlier 27. P.
! G. Carr, W, A. I .astern and A. J.Am
; her, members of the Virginia State
I Senate, together with a colored man,
! the party representing the minority
of the late Republican convention held
at Richmond, who favor the imm
diate admission of Virginia, had an
interview with the President to-day.
It Is understood that the President
remarked to Governor Walker.of Vir
ginia, who saw him yesterday, that
the State having complied with all
the requirements of the law, he saw
no reason why she should be kept out
of the Union.
LOUISVILLE.
Progress of the Bridge-To be Com
pleted 15th Proximo.
Instructions to Steamboatmen about
Ch.mneys.
Death of a
Prominent Citizen and
Jurist.
Lot fsvtLLE, November 27. Chief
Engine?r Fink, of the Ohio river
bridge, rejiorts that a span over the
Indiana Channel was swung on its
bearings this morning. It is four hun
dred feet long, and is the largest erected
in America. The temporary super
structure will now be removed, and
-2
aoic ior ooais
in five days the channel will be pass-
1 he clearance under
the bridge above low water line is
ninety-six and it half feet, and aUve
high water, forty-five and a halt feet.
Boats expecting to pass underneath
will ,have to regulate the hight of
chimneys accordingly. The whole
bridge will be passable for train- le
cember 15th.
JudgeS. S. Nicholas, formerly chan
cellor and aprominent wealthy citi
zen, died thismorning.
TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS.
NEW YORK.
Naw Yobk, November -7. C'ott.m opened
quiet, with sales of .1,01)0 bales of Upholds t
Flour si 74- iS lu. Wbiskv Si 1 OJ'i.
Wheat-No. 2 Spring tl SHil avSC. l orn II J
rl 101... Rlc-i quiet; Carolina is-'i. t'of
lee anil Molsssea dull.
Iiry Goods Market The dry k'xhIs market
Is lnuetiveanil witnout any material elianee.
The only rhaiitEe of Importance lieim; the
reduction iu the price oi rnneatogsund drown
cott f from 11 to Viyt; Hnrrtshurx O from 12
to li.. and Harrtsbiirg H from 11 to lu1.
Money The money market in easyatfia7
per cent, on call. Ttie lank statement m fa
vorahle, and shows that the excess over the
legal reissues have increased ll.i.mnj.' ml: loans
2f.2,iia.47 decrease .isHM : specie fJ.nS7.Nit.
increase fl,7.ii.y25; cirelilslion lt,L." SIS
decrease J7,as 04; deposits IlKlyrr .iV de
crease SlIH.TVi; legal tenders 4S.IsiH0-de-crease
f27:t,28ti; sterling quiet at sV.i!; gold
lower; it ts ottered at 'f Uj anil uinler, with
an increased pressure to sell, It fell to 12J14,and
closing at I2l" 121',. The ourrying rates were
I .7 per cent. L'kuranoes IITJSU.UOU t..rt
for the week UtUM, (lovernmeiits tieavy
and lower. State hanks weak;oldTenne!s.ses
"ia1-. ; new 5I)1 i.
LOllSVU.LK.
llMIMI II I . November 27. Flour quiet
Family M, Cotton quiet; Middling ante,
Corn . Oats 50. Kye ). Hog-i s 2".10 2...
Sales of 4S hhds of Toliacco at SS - 1A 75
Porksri. Bulk Meats: shoulders if.; ri.l.-s
;. era io. v iiisk
5T. LtlLfo
St. Lot is. SoVMMMtS - Flour -Fall super
fine ti 1.0 a X. Wheu !T. Com 90c to 1
OaUWtoSl Bye Ti$78. WnWcv 11 w.
uaarU.4lVv Molav"au. Mem, P.rk t.aj to
Bulk shoulders !2i; id.s liltf'.,. Ba
con sio""'-'-rs 12! ; Imms 21. Lard 17.
tIMMMW Is ItlfaJy; I'laiitit'.ou uiirs j.41iiiu;
dark iearn fKaii 5a
ClSCLlTSATl.
Cincinsati, NovemiierS. flour dull and
uni-haniied. Wbeat flW. forn 1. Onl-
4 KyetitlW. Bailfj- mi'-hiinged Vhtak
ats
shoulders 12' ,; sides l-j'-j-ilifj. Lard B'4
ter 3tKi:t. Kggs il. Clieese 17l...als. f
dull, i54. Tobacco higher. l"j to S.
flu OU-v lu Ml.
But
ill. Ill
Hogs
sCBTCAQO
Chicago, November 27 Flour, Spring etra
53 7rn." 25.1 Wheat S'4 Corn ' . .7.
ots41tli,. Kye 41. Barley 9(1. Hlgh'wm.s
Dfcaluu. Cork .y..2 H). Lard 14iJU,ls. lfough
sides 14; hamald'J. Sugar BV, (14'
MOBI LK.
M'BILK. Novemlier ?7. -4'otton firm Mid
dling bttlea JO bales; receipts IUJI:
exports j, I hulea.
CH.RLKSTt)X.
i 'harlbbton, November i!7. -l otton dull
Middlings tlsjaiV; sales 7U) bales; receipts
tjffi; exports eoattwise US bul.-s.
SAVANNAH.
Savannah. November 31. Cotton llrm
23?: Seles WO bates: receipts Jttll; exports
-ti4l bare-,.
NEW ORLEANS.
-Middling aVaalea .van bates: rsselncaaM;
fettiiSKtifi HYr.Tl !i 'S 9373
J4U bales; isiostwlse -.11. Houj- illlll at M ,.)
for sujiertlne XX.
FOREIGN.
Livkri".h.i.. November T.. Cottaa Mslsr;
Uplands ll'.d; Orleans li",'l; sales isui bales.
California white wheat dslid; reil western Sh
N Ka- Orleans. XovemiH-r 7. Cotton active
i; reu winter ss mi we&teru nour ;isd
Corn, nilx.sl. ais l. Oats .'is (id. 1'eas 4US.
London Noveiiila?r T,.-Consols 5-ilk,
,tiis:,; 'lias. !": Ws, M',-lu-iUs.TSJ;.
Paris. November 27. The Bourse closed
nrin at til d.ii.
ITbankkokt, Novemlier 2T. Bonds heavy.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Menken Bros.
Great Sale
of
Fresh Cloaks
AND
DRESS GOODS
Black Cloth Cloaks
At $2 50. $3 50 and $5.
A larsre line of
English Poplins
At 25 Cents.
A superb quality of
Black Silk
At $1 75 Per Yard.
SILKS REDUCED
We are Agents for the celebrated
brands " Velocipede" and " Hand-and-Arrow"
Black
Double-Warp Alpacas !
The attention of Merchants is called
to a large line of
New Prints,
Linseys,
Kentucky Jeans.
Orders promptly tilled.
Menken Brothers
263 Maui, Corner of Court.
noSSt daw
IN MEMORIAM.
KATTLE bled, si his resia. ii. , Io rihelhy
couniv, Tenn., dm: Wytbe Mtstlon, Novem
ber i'l. !, Mr. v m. ISESVsrr i! 1 1 rur. in tli.
orrti year oi his age.
He wat born in Nash county, N. U.; re-
moved lhenc-e with his parents to Mielby
county, Tenn., In ; .v m..t settled sooo after
where he ltvtst and died. lie was an Intelli
gent, high-toned gentleman, a devoted hus
band and kind iV lt. lie was a good neigh
bor, and extremely kind to the sick and af
flictedever ready to administer, with Ma
own hnndj, to their necessities. He neg
lected none In consequence of poverty or
:j. -r-i: : to know that they needed hts
assistance was all that waa necessary; hence
he was beloved by many and respected by all.
He leaves a bereaved wife, three children,
and an exten-ive eirele of relatives to monrn
his haw. His luneral was attended by many
of his intimate penonal friends. Rest In
peace. W. M. EWIXO.
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REMOVAL.
T (i. DUN Jc OOLj having removed to stan-
IV.
ton Blehk. corner
Madison and Front
i-e xubaeriber and
MATTH BWS,
Manager.
Htreeta, will be happy to
friends. w. C
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GREAT
Reduction
SWEEPING
Reduction
Great Bargains
IN"
DRY GOODS
This Week
AT -
B. Lowenstein & Bros
ON MONDAY
NO VEMBER 29th,
We will commence selling our Im-
niense Stxx-k of
STAPLE & FANCY
Dry Goods
AT ASTONISHINGLY
LOW PRICES !
Our Entire Stix-k has been
MARKED DOWN
All those-wishing to secure
Great Bargains
Should not fail to call before making
their purchases.
B Lowenstein & Bros.
Main and Jefferson Sts .
Entrance to Wholesale Department.
244 Main Street.
te&- We offer p?ci4l lnduoiner ts
to Country Merchants,
Gayoso Planing Mills
No. 212 Adams Street.
Manufactures ail kinds of
CARPENTER'S WORK,
And k -.-ii for sle h I i aock of
. i
Sashes. Glazed and Ungiazed, Doors.
Bunds and Mouldings,
In great variety; also. Mantles, Ventilator,
11 rackets, l orulce and s.-roll Work; also.
Stair Work. Newel Post. Hand Rail and Bal
lusters. Table Legs, Shelf Ballusters, etc.:
also,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES,
Dreaaed Fioorbig, Ci'liinR an-t Weather Beard
ing, Laths and Shingles. All our work U
made of the
Best Materials, and Warranted as
Represented.
Ours is a Home Manufactory, and we chal
lenge competition, both in quality and
price, from anywhere. Send for Price List
and try us.
Ro28d&w RUSSELL, FARRIS & CQ.
ALTHOF, BERGMANN & CO.
I.Ml'ORTtJKt. OK
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS,
M.VNl'KAC'I'RERs OK
TIN AND MECHANICAL TOYS,
New. oD, 32, l and 36 PARK PLACE,
Cor. of Church St.. KTjw "Forli,
Bag to call the attention of the trade to
their welt assorted stock, the finest and larg
eat to be found In this city. uo-H
RAILROADJEETING.
BY authority of the stockholder's conven
tion, held at Aberdeen, Miss., on lltb No
vember. li!i. I am Instructed to notify the
stockholders in the Memphis. Holly Springs.
Okoiona and Melnia Ka.iru.il Cprup iny to
meet at Okclona, Miss., on FRIDAY, in DE- '
L.KM HER, lssn, lor tlie purpose of electing '
Thirteen Directors lor the ensuing yt
for the truosactUitt of such other Im.
may conte before them. All are reeaested t
be present. MIM Hi UEK1W ETUKK,
u Wecretsry.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
FRA1MKU1M
!
!
PRINTING HOUSE
15 COURT STREET.
KEEP PACE WITH IKE TIMES !
Immanse Arriva! of New Material !
Five Lightninn Job Presses !
Large Additions in Lithographic and
Gothic Types!
Beauiiftri New Book Faces in Picas
and Nonpareils !
Rich and Elegant Engra vings, Cuts.
Emblems and Vignettes !
Every kind of Business represented !
Endless Variety of Cards and Papers!
A Complete Job. Printing House !
r The proprietor takr-i on-a.iion to aaln
call the attennon of th- Mr'-lm'tt un.l Kusl
ness Mn of Memphis t- his facilities fiji
flllina orders i,- every !t-'Tij-"ioa of Mer
i' a nt i i. :-. Pbintlu required to the Offlce or I
t ottntinK-rniini.
The most perfect atLf:u-tlon wfllheeivea
In every instai.ee, nd 1r ires shall uk low
AXT v ; , KM.
Orders respectfully soiicte!.
S. c.
TOOF,
Proprietor.
noil
AMUSEMENTS.
MEMPHIS THEATER.
Sp!d!ng. Bidwell & MacOonough. Propr's
R. W. YOCNGE Acting Manager
MONDAY EVKSlMi. Nov. th. 1M. Se.--i
ond and last week of tin- enirnge'iu-nt or
Mrs. I. 1. Bowers, pronooneed bv Hie presa
and public Tbe Queen of Traaedv. supiort
ed by the voting and talented actor, Mr. J.
('. Mcs'ollom. Will appear in a n.-w ami In-
- Tensely inlerrin!r Mr mii i. wrirl. n exr.r"s-
ly for Mrs. li. p. B-.wers. by Kdinund F u-
coner. Kmi . iililli d s ILK: or. What l an't
Mon.-y In)?
In preparai I..11. the treat bi-torical play of
fe.til.. rjr. 1 11, 31 rs. l. 1 . h.iWf-1 s in the till
rde: and other novelties that will sne.lilv
rx aiinnuni'J
LECTURES,
REV. ARTHUR BOGOAN.
BY
FOR TOE BENEFIT OF THE
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
AT ASSEMBLY HALL.
MONDAY RVKNINU, November 3; nub
Jsct, '-Llie, Manner and hawlla oi the
; people of Turkey."
I TUESDAY KVENING. November W; nb
Ject. The Eastern Question and Eastern
i Jhurebes."
Lectures to begin nt
Adinlsslon i cent..
, o'clock.
LECTURE
AT
LINDEN ST. CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
THURSDAY EVENING. DEC. 2d.
For the i-urp i.c of MMtMJ fuu.l
an Orvan.
to purchaae
SrBJEi-r.-Worl.i."
Our Mentions to the Invisible
5-Tickets, 'd;
ETcAMBOATS.
FOR WHITE RIT.R.
Memphis
Ar!tau-UM
.omp-itiy.
riJver l'acltet
WHITE RIVER LINE
TXTII. further not lev.
one of the follow! nii
)uicketH will U-.iV.
elcttnnt i.aiseuKc
empnis
Mondays, Wednesdays and Frirtays,
At I o'c:.xk p.m.
. . .Hayne. niKater
PritcftartJ. master
Wee, master
BlaMiel, master
THOMAS H. SiLEH
j Griildon.
For all point
on White Uiver, through to
.faekvouport, aud to Wtat Point, on
lied Itlver,
Little
WITHOUT RESHAPING.
Making rlrwe uounov-iions at DeValTa KUifT
: with the ralliiiad for Little Hark.
! -W For Kr.'ijfbt or I'tucHe apply no board,
' or at the Company's Offlce, No. 'HH Frnn' t..
Memphis.
10HN 0. ADAMS, President.
! WM. H. KEHWEPT. Agent. uoT
Speed, Safety and Comfort fcWttt Use.
Memphis A White RIvprlinlopeoiT.'ntParket
For Helena. Krlar'a Point. Oevali'a Blair,
Little K. k, Hot Springs, Seu-cy, Dm
Arc, A.iatiNta and Jarksonport.
LEOAL TENUKK John D. Elliott, mauler
rnia nrt-ctaaa Wiie-wheiM pas
lenaer steamer will leave aaahove,
EVERY Tt ESHAY. "t n
ock B.
'onnf.'t with -'Miner
Mul Us Grata for all
polnU on Upper White an 1 Black rivers
KLLiOTi Jl .MiI.HK. Aaenta,
I'ron.Tnade and Je9erwn Sts., opp. Landing.
au(21
" " i r n & i i a n t i-ii
J L. V l C L I n D L (,
DAVIS
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
OPPOSITION TO MONOPOLY.
r",TE splendid Side-wheel PaaaengerKteam
L era Libert v No. 2. amt Commercial, will
form a Semi-weekly I!nited statea Mall Llnf
' between Memphis and Wr-ite, Little Red and
and Black Rivera, leaving MemphU every
' Tuesday and Saturday, at 5 o'clock p.m.
1 These- boats have leen jia-ked and thorough iv
; repaired .nd fuiulshc.1 wl;li atw outfits.
; making them asg.MHl as nea-. TheMcrchanta
! and Planters on white. Bed and Bla.-k rivers,
; have taken one-half the stock In this line.
: thtii making tt a perinuneul and reliable
" Home Institution. We hope, by strict at
tention to biiHiuew- and low KATsa, to merit
a fiUr (Ur of nutate patr ma3.
, johs b. i a vis, sunnten.ient
ConH.gn ir.-lijttt to Davis Lin, .MernpUU,
Tenu.
LKVY IMlilUNS. Air -nts.
nel6
No. ISJeiferson street, Memphis.
FOR OSCKOLA.
Regular Memphis and Osceola Trf-Weekly
Packet.
Kor Oaceola, Etrt.TOi, Ramdoi.ib
Way Pointa.
and all
The new amUelet side-wheel steamer
GEO. W. CHEEK, : : Geo. Malone. Master,
: T KAVE8 as MM every Tues- ,
As dav. Tlinxsilay and Saturday, j
at 5 o'clock n in., commencing
October Tth Apply on board, or to
mi n i) w. Litiurtii .:.. Agei.i,
oc5
t Jtflrtrson street.
FOR ST. FRANCIS RIVER.
Memphis and St. Francis River Tues
day Packet
ror Helena. Mariana, Madison and Wlttsbnrg
Die new and elegnut Sldewheel
Packet,.
Passenger
SAINT
Capt. T. R. Bowman
FRANCIS,
Sara C. Paine, Clerk
"TILL leave Memphis for HEL-
vv eA. i A.iut ille and ST
iAciB tuveig) every
TV
U Cl.'CS p. ill.
LAKRY HAKMST.VlV
feblD
mt i
Vai lls..tl
Notice.
General Ticket Office of the M. and C. tt R.
t PUIS, TsN.v.. Nov. , laov.
H. sH((CK Is our iniy uilioriae.l agent
ir Euilgraut tickets bound
others Beett preset! t tickets
A. A. HAKNKH.
Ueu'lltckst Agent.
ESP AY, at i
Aaeut. i
s:reet.
kTs
AUCTION.
GOTTLIEB Sl EZEK1EL,
AUCTIONEERS,
Corner Second and Adams Streets.
REGULAR TRADE SALE
EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY.
AJvanrps matte on Coo sign we at.
A. S. ROGERSON, Auctioneer.
Boots. Shoes, Cioiks, Hats, Dry
Goods and Clothing,
AT AUCTION,
MONDAY MORNING, NOV. 29th,
AT III U't'LiX-X
i By A. E. Frankland, 197 Main, St.
Extensive Furniture Sale B
BY W. H. PASSMORE & CO.
Tuesday Morning. Nov. 30, 1869,
cry dewnplion,
hold Furniture,
un.l a
line of H"i.-t--
Jl. PASHMORF. A CO
Au-Monetrs.
LARGE TRADE SALE OF
Fine Clothing, Shawls,
ARABS, CLOAKS, ETC.
AT AUCTION.
Tuesday Morning, November 30th,
-A-t XO O'Clook,
tl'fl.L be wild
iestrabl- line of Coata,
rtnMlL Shawls Arith
Pant-. Vet
11 I 1 . .. -
WITHOUT LIMIT OR RESERVE.
dv eriTTi irr) FipviFi
oi aui ililo a. cacivicl.
Auctioneers,
Corner Second and Adams Streets.
CHANCERY SALE
-ON-
WEDNESDAY, December 15. 1869.
Xo 2319. O. R -Than eery o
irt of Memphis
irv decree 111 this
IJ virtue of an Inte
II cause. I wil
ill HM, at public audio-, to the
hhrhedt tddder, In the town of Fort Pickering,
t .n cnstsDAr, Ueei-mber Li, lss, within le-
xal hours, the tollowlogdescrlbeii Real Estate,
to-wll:
The south half of Block So. ".!, In that part
! of tnedty of Memphis .-ailed Fort Pickering,
, :fclul iyiOK lletween Fifth street ou the enst.
and 1'ourTh street on the mt. aud itholson
l -.ireet on the south, and the Hrst ai.ev eaat of
'.!,ol.son street on the north, frontina IW) f-t
" Inches on Fifth street and tun feet on
OU street.
Tkhs SAi.a.-C'ash to the arauunt of the
of twelve monjha. Ev(Uity of redemption
i uurrvu.
la case the above sale shall fail to brine the
I ainonii! of the decree herein and cuat, then
: aud In that event the north half of said
i K.ek No. will be mid. In lots or suodivi-
- tis: sale to continue until the amount
requisite to aatisfy the decree herein and
j costs, in Cash, is yielded. -
Termsof saieoi north half of Block No.50
'jne-nan eaan; oaiaucc on a credit of twelve
4"J ui usiriii pi I'JU (j ' r. e,t.
alDtl'ia li.r
11 Of?
A. ALsrTON.C. and M.
MARSHAL S SALE.
llY virtue of tw
II from the Munui
pal Court uX 34mpbts
one lu favor of J. T.
tt.'tupnis Mm in; ant! ManataotiiriiiK i in.pa
hjr, ja.inujfat n itv 11th da- uf My, Um. for
tliousanJ vt?n hunlrl anl
ity-uin- JtUa and two cents), baralilc
..sts oi suit; tht- r.thor in fit,vr of M J.
Wtrka ami anint th nunf Company, jntl
tuent "it thfsiuue day for a..7 'At . .trie thou-
ind tiud seventy-two tlollan and fifty ivns ,
tsidiM ssti of Hult, i will protevii to mell to
thf highest bidder, for rash. In front of tbc
(. turtbuue dur of the Muni' iptt: ourt, on
between tne leiral hours of al. the foll4wlru
describtHf pr"per! ,i t-wit; The leasehold in
terest of said Company in and to the trat of !
land on whkdi the Hoi'liu Mills arltUaited !
Itv of Meuiphi, T&ttue.-.-. a
Oack. lH.t-etu purallcl lin--s. at
A river. KhM ieaaehold haa
ut luu leet to
ten yesnj lo
run from June, imiif, tirether will
lirovements thereon, i-on-ihii.:
tiiaciiinet y, lioiieis mnes.
foreHoing ju(tgiL,cut-, luterent arii
BJSMt
Bv M. r. Ball, Peputy Manhal.
SoveiuU-r lu. ;Hh.
SL,
C. M.
nolo
!rA VALUABLE FARM
I V
lOSTAtSI.NO f.';.. acres. HO acres cleared
an.l ill uo.sl tl.la oe.-on.lr on. 1 1 - bulan--
In gtsKl timber, wi 1 b..- si.l-l bv the under.
signed, heirs of Hugh Mn lellan, to tht high
est bidder, foi division, on
Tuesday, the 7tn f eetnber next,
' . r t,.- , uurs i f 1 1 and o'. lK-k, .n tke
l-r.-tuise-. Hi. i:upruveuiciit . are a g.md '
dweliing-tu.u-e, kitchen, sm.kel;ouse, sta- !
bles, i-riiis and other out-house, grasa-lot and
I f,i;. younic ur.-hard, row bearing, said farm
Is sltuate.1 U mile northeast of Memphis, .i.
the first civil district in Shelby county, two '
and a-iiall mihi
i shell-;- i-coot, 51. O.
'.,-.11114 to ?oriersvllle.
he baisnw on a credit j
;h a lien retain!.
E. C. MCLKlLAS j
R. K. . aud on the 1
Tbrms Half Mr,
of twelve moutha
w. IV .-1 r.. . .-.
M. A. iAVia-ov:
M. J. Mr'LELI.AN.
liorwt
BAILEY SPRINGS
Lauderdale County, Ala.
'I'ltra celebrated Watering Place, with the
I H
lug Rc
ll.lll, I
SLr:nin trttct, ami all
the
I aud
tares.
KiwnVn Knrnlture, Bar and
MulN, utile, H09, shtp,
WiU V oia .FJiloXloly
Yar dlv btion between owner.
On the 15th Day of December,
To the highest and j&X bidder. The hoiwe
I fnl furniture are lu -xl fuaditlon, aftd eve-
rythiu)(.alu rwMiiueMt to cooUuue h-ulnes.
Ac-tiniuutiaLlou4 (ur -U10 vlHitoi-H.
K'.r further inforriation and circular de-
Heriptive of property, aidreM
ertjr, addrv
oc-M KIXIS A t.. Pronrieton..
STEAMBOATS.
FOR NEW ORLEANS.
Regular Memphis and New Or
leans Packet
FOR NEW ORLEANS
AND THE BENDS.
Th Mammoth and Unaurpasaed Paasenger
steamer,
MISSISSIPPI.
WILL USAVK
WEDNESDAY, December Ist.at 5 p.m.
And every alternate Wednesday thereaf
ter. Apply to
RICH'D W. LIGHTBURNE. Gen I Agent.
4 JafTerson Street.
Regular Meapbis ad New Orleans Packet.
MAUENTA J. r. Hicks, master
John 8. iSulllvan. Clerk.
The only Memphia and N'ew Or- m
leans packet. Leaves Memphis
ss follows:
Wednesday,..
e.mesi,y Nuvemher wth. I
Wedn
Wednesday .
.......-soveiuoer an
Ivevinbe' : h,
'--" ,i'
IjARRY H.VKMTaI) A ri)
OC2T
ELUtTT 4k MILLER, Agnfl.
FREIGHT 4 TICKET AGENCY
Freight & Ticket Office
- tlLTlA ' nr THK
NEW ORLEANS, ST.' LOUIS
AMD
RED RIVERSTEAMERS.
Through Bills Lading for Freight
Given to Ai! Pointy
SWTHKorGH TtCMTS SOLO TO A-TT POWT
, , v ff Avi, Rtti RivrSL L
.-- , u. . .,. Unnr..
k k. .hi...k.t..itkni-M
., K-,.-..- .... .
s- inioriimiou jt-.ii ...-,
cheerfully given.
RICH'D W. LI6HTBURME, Gea't Afmrt,
4 Merm Stmt.
AUCTION.
PUBLIC SALE OF
Storehouse & Owelling
l. 296 Second St, Below Me!k.
ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30,
Will sell.
to the hiih
hW
v o :iiu'
i., on the prni
r- a sec..
Konr suiry ts
ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO.,
ATJCTIOXCHUna.
N. E. cor. Main and Jtfferson Sis.
DAILY ALEti OFf
MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, ETC.,
At Salesroom.
5o Goods oatred -i-1-n nn ttMll.
THIS MORNING, tl O'CLOCK,
EXTENSIVE SAL.
or
WATCHES, DIAMONDS.
JEWELRY AND SILVER PLA7-:
From the well known house of
C. J.TYLER &CO.,
At
or Salesroom. Daiiv. t 10 - -.
cnttaum at 7 p.., Batii the sjtxk
is ClOaHj Mf.
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED
The Ladies part!cnla.-ly lnvit -i.
Mr Qooda now open for examination,
ROYSTER, TRE2EVANT 4 U
nov2 .
Administrator's Sale of Vaiuafcle Big
Creek Lands.
4 four , H eiht tuui mSSSthiM
farm atibsJivtmion irlmr m tit. -iLi.?!"
On Tuesday. December 7th,
; 2 ,Lot ;io-
being Big t reek P.nkr
i t
i H- 1 al f cash
haw ,n t;
Lu uiierwi.
:
nontha.
O.t.Hi.
f V ! "u
W. IL I
ftOYBTER. TREZfTVANT'
Plans cn Hie at ucr otr. v
Receiver's Sale.
On Thursday, tlv 9tn uayof Of:
T the .' uro- ID o'clock a,m
tlon bouse of ltoytr t...
563
I bouda art; tuatie by
man .! SiSQ
j May, ltfTi. JacU of
I Lhoiuand doilarv, un-j
j piins. now due, for th
bondjt are sernrwt b
t'venoQ nourl and
me feKiLt't utno
in Bok ol p. art
On. uote, tUted
H. U. Robins t Co.
oi January, HI rQ
dell, snd 1
vimi
MemphU,
as Co..
mto. aj-
after
flcr date.
dale, and
r Ute; Okf. .11
one ax. aavcu
a VOWBY. KeeelTw.
Adams Street
Keifence at Ptr-
emptory Pubix Sa.'e.
i W E re aireetwl to dispose 01 the
! v Ballding sitned onthc -outh
I Adams stret. first dwl,ing-h " "
I bayou three stortcs above gix j 'i w
i h-seme.it and buck yard convenient
i business part of the city, aud vaiSZ
10 the Mempm. aud '. , ,n l
, Ik-pot The sale is peremptuiy. Th";
I erty can be examines! borore th :,
ctt
of
tlroaa
... v premises, at i p.m..
Thursday, December J6th.
TERMS Third csi, f Li and U bi.t
with inteiest, snd trust ilersi upon thai
erty sold We repeat, in order S toha!
l.sjkod, that the sale is positive and
emptory. Title perfect.
BOlSlJtl.. IRE2F.VAST A r .. .
noJS
Aucttont-Ti
STEAMBOATS.
ARKANSAS RIVER LINE.
Memphis and Arkansas River Packet
Company.
-crll s. Kail Line.i
Pall
FOB THE PRESENT ANTDI R: n
water In the Arkansas Ris- .-. tbe Mem
phis and Arkansas Klver Packe' i
! will run the elegant side-wheel steamer
! NATOMA -AalUtod. Mas;- -
! Between Memphis and Month White -liver
leaving Memphis every
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY. AT :
Returning, will leave Month White I.v
everj SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY. AT 8 P.M..
i And will make all regular Iwteap between
' Memphis and Month White River. both gold
: and returning. Connecting at Moutn vv
; River -Sr-iDATS a."d WsnxiaiiAva with ttn.
entirely new and elegant ligM-drat pa..-
ger packets
I D AKDA" EXXE W. & liinit. fei
PORTUIBeON Eugene Bn: ;:h. Master
I For Ptne Blntr snd all lntetfneu:ate -
Connecting at Pine Bluer, tw.ee a week, for
i Utile Roek, with the low-water packet.
; AMERICAN ... Levi Chapman. Master
At Little Rock with the bteaner
j FORT SMITH Ed. Rowland. Master
Which will leave Little Hock EVERT SAT
! L'RDAY. at 5 o'clock ma., for Dardaael..-
BTTwo weekly trtpe to Little Hock and
one to lardanelle.
JtJlHN D. ADA.MH President.
W H. KENXEllAY. Aa-nL
rr&el street.
lOR FRlAR'8 POINT.
Friar's Point Helena and Bends
Packet.
GEN. ASDERS0N, JaJMS Lee, Master.
Leaves Memphis, comruenrina Novem
ber 21st:
At o'clock p.m.
ar No freight received after 1 p.m.
ear- Leaves Friar's Point Tuesdays, Thurs
j .i-y snd aatuntays, at 10 o'clock a. in. bqu
- : Regular Memphis and Friar's Point TJ. 8.
T HsJl Pscke -For DeVito Fn n-. -u-
nMrce.Austin. Helena. Uei:a, I- rlnr
Point and at; way I
Trie favom
DES ARC.
. KAV13 Mem phis every TV K
JLs DAY and FRIPAY, at p.ra
Leaves Ft'ar's Point everv WI
nn ssi t rtnA i . at iu a.m.
The Dee Arc has eoutracted to carry the U.
S. Mall, and shippers can rely on her remain
ing permanently tn the trade. Agents:
MORTON, ALLEN . Cu.. mar's Point.
PENNEY RtntKK. Helena.
ELLIOTT a MILLER. Memphis. oA
NOTICE.
i Qtfhw A'uvtu' Line Red Jtrnrr PnrJut Co
Nkw oaLJCajsa, Li, Shv. J U
SH HHfK'K U oar only in'iw'iM
m.ll n..i. ...-. ' --v .
Age I:
Men
at Memphis, Tenneaaee.
T0 P.VSSENIi
onrg, Natches.
Shreveport, and Je
to their interest toeailal-
nr Departmeat for r. ,t.i
. .ae No, 1 " luigitu
an'l-.ugs.
pisseuger ieaa --
anb Miller. H.tsts-
!3N1SDAY
L. . KO 'v
NOTICE.

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