THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
MEMPHIS, TEISTIST., FRIDAY, DECEMBEE 3, 1869,
VOL. 30 -NO. 93
MUCH IN LITTLE.
Miss Colfax, sister of the Vice
President, is about to marry I 'apt.
Jenckes. Qoere? Him of the Naval
Equestrian Brigade? Miss KyV.s
arrival at Toronto, in charge of her
brood of juvphile immigrant was
hailed with satisfaction and delight hy
tbe eople of that city. Her "Wes
tern Home" for destitute English
-!iii'iri-n will prove a success
A lady made a call upon a friend who
had recently been married. When
her hu-latnd came to dinner she rxid :
"I have been to e Mrs. M."
"Well," replied the husband, "I sup
pose she is very happy." "Happy!
Well, I should think she ought to le;
she hat a camel's-hAir shawl, two
thirds border." Paul Cieraud,
L. , . rz:. a n a. i
iirLHiiei i nit ..umiwr iron, l oriuyai,
is going to marry a negro girl mu:.ed
larv VV'ormlev, thus practically
illustrating miscegenation. An in-
jured man in Dayton, Ohio, cauirht
hi' wife just on the point of elop: :ur I
with a handsome man. He took a
demoniac vengeance by locking up all j
her guod clothing and then t. linr i
Ler to go. The poor j pi., and
some of the rich of Valetta, Malta, ;
have been "drowned out" of their
Bornea I iy a preat freshet. Denmark ,
i ni!-uit-u Le-ause me L niteu ;tat-s
refused to ratify the purchase of St.
Thomas. Orders have been issued
Washington to have salutes fired
m I! arrival in this country of the
remain- of George Peabody. But
seven of the active members of the
1 nuaueipiua prey 111 i-m are sun
live, and only one is still in editorial
harntxs Oiling the same post now
that he did then. A spunky hus
band named Janie F. Hall, of Biver
ton. Floyd county, Iowa, has insti
tuted a suit for 15,000 against his
wife's family, for sttadiujf away the
partner of his bosom, and his child, 1
and al'oiretiier de-trovintr his do-
ion, Leamington, to Welch, of , a third reading.
the Chi smut Hill stud farm, near j The Senate bills to repeal the coiu-
Philadelphia, at a high figure. mon school laws and limit the fees of
Caleb Cashing and Judg Johnson sheriffs in criminal cases, and to in
draw f.nio per annum, with station- I , .,,' '
ery, as m.!o the commission to , corPomte the Brownsville Manufac
ro; ise the l imed States Code, and , turing Company, passed a third read
don do anything for it. The effect ing.
of the completion of the grand Sue j Tho km. t,, rp.iliwthe tv
lut ,s,ai: . ' V'L?';
(! in- i- nnu ii'Mii V II I (In
itround the Cap ot Good Hope.
Tin- financial eondii.'on of Alabama is
as bad a- that of Tennessee. Prof.
Loomis, of Yale, thinks the earth an
itns4fo Tthxio Kfit iLu. nj,t tali IT hnu.-
to better ourselves.- Going to the
.-acntice a bevy of beautiful young
We!-h jrirN on their way through the
Mates to I tab. George Peabody
honored with a niche in Westminster
Abbev, this distinction having even
. i- 1 ! first in. - m hriiiii.r ever.
been withheld from John Howard,
though a marble statue of him was
erected in St. Paul's Cathedral.
Promptness in emergency is a good
thing, ami so proved in the case of a
j-nung lady engaged in the I'nited
States Treasury Department, who,
finding a package of currency marked
fio.uuo to be fuso short, stood still in
her tracks and, yelling for her chief,
insisted upon a recount and a search
of her person. Her count proved
to be correct, and no suspi-
aon could atutch to the maid.
Impostors in Pennsylvania are levy
ing biack mail on violators of the In
ternal Revenue law. George M.
j 'luker, of Gast..'ii, Sumpter county,
aj (!atua. profeasm u willingness to
ii ionner jiii.im 'nt-r ror a
hat will trot a mile in i:2l j to
I wagon, and driver weighing
31 iun ? wthout running, jum,-
ing or sk PPinlf every inch to ie I
-Durfng a revival meet-
ing in Berry
a talitorma. a
trt exeiUid, and, in her
us fervor, abracea a young
unmarried man wa-nt. The hard
ened sinner resiste. deilariag that re-
pentaiuv must prect
I'he ni-ent str.i... 1 1 1 -ie I ari ( J 'rks
BM pmv.sl to be a goo VhhiDK for the
charming Aamoiselhs oi t'hatgay .,a
ital. who are ranidlv taki. yX -,,K' Places
of the strikers. The cori-'er of
the n. w Masonic lxxlge ! Pieu'Sin.
Hill, Miss., wiu take plat on t.ie
tjth day of December, 1459. All the
lodges in the country are fraternally
invited to attend and assist in thecer-
emonie-. Au-tralia Sit-ins pos-,
sesst of the magic of our West in the
growing of its cities. Melbourne,
trhieh little over thirty years ago j
was marked by a solitary log hut, 1
now boasts of latino inhabitants. 1
A girl of -ixtccn, near Montreal, re
tvntly took arsenic to whiten her com
plexion. None could question h-r
sun-ess as she lay in hor ttjftin the I
following day. Owing to the ex
tensive destruction of trees in Victo
ria, the climate is changing. Nar .
Baliaret tht rain-fall Ls sensibly di
minished, and the Government is tak
ing measures to prevent the waste of j
timber and -stabliJi nurseries of forest
trees. Well, well! What will a girl
kill herself for next? Miss Nolan, of
Oxford, bat- actually Strychniiied I
herself to death ue.t week because her I
father had purchased her a dress
which did not uit htft A huly in !
Kentucky is reortd to have died
from immoderate laughter over the
arrest o! ien. Butler. It is intima- !
n-d that the blondes are not to have it
all their own way this w inter, as thev J
have had for several years past.
RUSSIA AND PRUSSIA.
If theretort we flud in Borne of
the U-rt informed ijaK?r of Fraoee
and O.-rnmoy, about t he trowin hu.
ility t.-tvtsu the cabinets of Kus-ia
au(,'"Prusi,i, d ."serve credit, trxuM.
may kvn originate in a quite difRT--nt"quart'.r
from that anticipated du
ritin the last twemty yis of Loui-
.Naiailc'in ?- rule, ji " -laicd rnni tne
Czar Alexander, who during his
w litJe reign, ha adhered to a friend-
lv policy towards Pru,m and the llo-
henzollern family, i very ill and
tirsl of keeping the nccj.tre. He is
ready to resign the empire to the
Czarewitch (his son), who it anima
ted with an entirely different jsjlicy
towards PTussla. lie belongs to the
I'an-iavistic chool of the Grand luke
('..n-iaiitiue, which by its own nature
is hostile to Pruasia. His Wile, the
spiritisl Princess laginar of len
mark, still further iutlaiues tbia ha
tretl for reasons of a well-founded ap
prehension against a government
which deprived her family of the
bet portions of their territory. The
circuuistaiKv that another Ihmish
PrincesB, the w ife of the Prince of
Wales, may eveutually Uvoiiw Queen
of 1-Iugiaud, and assist, by her hostil
ity, any a ii ti-Prussian policy, in
creases the threatening danger in case
the Prussian government should not
prefer to return to Deumark that por
tion of Hchlesw ig w hich, in Wj6, was
promised should be returned. Thus
i; seems that wherever the veil is
lifted from the features which form
the sntplex of European politics,
troubles and dangers of an almost in
extricable character become visible.
Mysteriftot Msveneit of Troops.
Xgvf Vokk, December 2. It is
stated that orders have been issued to
the otMi-ers commanding the troops
stationed at the various forte in New
n nrk hartor to hold their lop-.-s in
readiness to move to-morrow , supplied
with ten days' rations. Quartertuas
ter and commissary dejtartmenU were
busy (,terday in preparing for this
aysterioua movement, the direction
and destination of which are kept
profoundly secret. Similar orders
have been issued to the officers at New
London and iSackett's Harbor. There
an- about IMM troops here.
New Ori.ka.vs, December 2. The
first race over the MeUirie track to
day was a mile dash. Kntries: Min
nie, Abu Bekir, Surah McDonald and
briw. Vorirican was the winner.
Second race, dash of two miles.
Entries: VtMueUe, (M. JioderU, JVat
OrMn and Morgan aooiU.
n mrl -a. r 'Ii;-.
prow wa inner.
Memorial from the Memphis Board
Suggested Amendment to the Tax
ci i l il a r
Another Stroke at the Rights
SPECIAL TO THE APPEAL.
Nashville, December 2.
aenaie. .nr. tuooins presented a
memorial from the members of the
-namr'r ' commerce of Memphis
Mooring equal and uniform taxation.
j Mr. Palmer's resolution to adjourn
j from 21st of December to 1st of March
was laid over.
House bill prohibiting the carrying
of concealed weapons was amended
so as to prohibit the selling or giving
away of liquors to minors, and Kissed
a third reading.
The House bill to incorporate the
I ?.,,.,. .....I t. . : il
merchants' privies, polls, etc.. was
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taken up and referred to the Commit- j which grew the feud for which Wil
tee on Finance. ! liams and others were arrested, w ill
The Ways and Means Committee i be decided by the Supreme Court of
reported a bill in lieu that after Janu- j the State, and, it is believed here, in
! lt70 thc rate taxation on real
; estate anil personal property ,exclusive
: of the tax on common schools, be
; twenty cents on the hundred dollars
; and that no property 1 exempt from
After a lengthy disenssion, the Sea
ate adjourned witnout action.
House. Mr. Hornberger offered a
motion to reconsider the vote ost
poning the consideration of the bUl
modifying the usury laws, to the first
Monday in February.
A bill was introduced instructing
the Comptroller and Tax-Collectors to
receive the notes of the Bank of Ten
nessee in payment of taxes and other
dues to the State.
Mr. Siugletary introduced a bill em
powering Chancery Courts to grant
Mr. Caldwell introduced a bill in
corporating the Gardner Female
A(.a(jen)v of Weaklv countv
uloe onereu a reso
questing colored people not to drink
from water-coolers belonging to the
House. Laid over.
The House bill to reieal the law or
ganizing the Governor's staff, was
amended so as to allow the Governor
to retain a Private Svretary, at a sal
ary of $V2k, and pais, d third reading.
The House bill to elect a State Rt-
porter was Uid on the table.
The Senate bill repealing the act
giv.' compensation to loyal citizens
for injui' WStained during the war,
passed thiru' ''If-
The Seuate b.'" UB BatBMl
Wat iwi. ... 'Usmiss tu:' suit
against citizen', of the SuO 'ho nave
heretefore paid debLs due the . of
Tennessee, passed ayes noes 1. '
The House bill to impose a tax 01
three hundred dollars on saloon-keepers,
The House t,;ll prohibiting the sale
of spirituous liquors on Sunday, was
laid on the table. Bkk k.
asslk iated MM MMIOL
Nash v 1 i. i.k. Decern ter -. The Sen
ate reconsidered the final vote on the
bill reducing the State tax fifty per
cent, and lid it on the table. The
Senate is now engaged on the bill to
reduce the tax twenty percent., which
will probably pass.
Contradictory Reports Hard
tell which is ahead.
A Key Wt letter says news
been received there from t uba
nouneiDRthat the revolutionist!
sujoenseu v lemuos a'Ki seizeu a
large iuantity oi provsMvaa, t-lotHing
and metiieim. and th-n retireti in
good order. Intenvpti tl letters fnnn
BpfMsWi officers agree that there are
no prosjiecta of sujijire ssing the rebel
lion. lue unr tiavan a iiisiaU-h sttys:
,u '"qua lllas di strict troops uf-
mmiian-iiiiis-iii); !, uraw a regular
cordon across the i&iand, and eosnpai
the insurgents to abandon the coun
try or force them to a draw n battle in
which they have no chance against
their disciplined antagonists.
Confederation Discussion in the
i Toi'.oxio, November 2. In the l.eg
, islature, las! night, Mr. BljJie followed
; up the NovaKcotiaresolu'.ion by mov
! ing, as a necessary cod .sequence, an
address to the frown, pit tying that bv
an act of the Imperial 1 legislature, It
might be rendered impossible for the
Province of Canada a, disturb the
tinanclal relations estal.lishisi ,v the
actof 1867, as between Canada and the
I several Provinces. Mr. P.lake sup
ported these motioiis in 8 spvf, ()f
: some length, and ; del e of a very
animated character took place,
i Mr. t lerk moved an amendmeut,
! declaring the proposed address inex-
pedient.and on a divisii m the amend-
ment was defeated, by tSJ to 12.
The original motion was then car
ried. The committee was at onceappoint
ed, their rejo! t brough t in and adopted
and the address ordered to lie en
The Spansb Gunboat-.
New York, December 2. In the
Spanish gunboat cases Judge Pierre
pont was served with copies of papers,
yesterday, in which it was intended
substantially to base the motion for a
discharge of the boats. These papers
are not yet perfect in form, anil the
belief was prevalent at the District
Attorney s office that thev mav be
chanired ntraiu before h ( th. !
eases which had been adlourned to !
NatURlay, as thev had tx.n . hftny-rtl
twice aim they were originally pre
pared. Garrying umbrellas with a dagger
in the handle U one of tbe pleasures
of life in Home which th a police try
j to suppress.
The Railroad Troubles in Arkansas.
Multiplied Suits and Endless Liti
gation. SPECIAL TO THE APPEAL.
Little Rock, 1 N vember 2. Judge
Vougley has decided the contempt
case, affecting the original railroad
company in favor of Brinklcy, Owen,
and Williams, of the old company,
and those who had given bonds and
were arrested are released . They will
all bring suits for damages, here or in
M. inphis, against Messrs. Mahan and
others, who caused their arrest.
Mr. Drinkley has filed his petition
to have the pending suits about the
railroad transferred to the Federal
Court, and the Federal Court is asked
todisposeof all the questions involved.
Mr. Brinkley had employed and
provided for the transfer to Arkansas,
of a thousand laborers. These will
not now be shipjed from Xcw York,
and work on the road Is suspended
Judge Yongley delivered an able
and elaborate opinion, which will be
Little Roc k, December 1. Judge
Yonley, of the Chancery Court, to-day
released B. D. Williams, General
Agent and Acting Superintendent of
the Little Rock Railway, under the
old Board of Directors. He was re
leased upon application of counsel for
writ of habeas corpus. The Judge ex
pressed no opinion as to the merits of
the controversy between the new and
old Board of Directors, as he could
not, under the circumstances of the
case presented to him, pass on (he
rights of the contesting parties. He
simply released Mr. Williams from
The civil question out of
1 favor of the new Board.
cation to remove the case to the
I'nited States Supreme Court will be
resists and 1 am HaJWoH
There is nothing in law to support or
authorize such a movement. The in
junction against the old Board of
Directors remains in force.
The following was sent special to
the Ledffer of last evening:
Little Rx k, December 2. Judge
Yougiey discharged me, and others,
who nad been arrested for contempt,
this morning. His very able opinion
A" 1 1 1 be published in full. This is very
gratifying, and fully sustains me in
holding this road and what 1 have
done in the premises.
B. D. WILLIAMS,
General Agent and SuperniUmUiin.
Latest Returns from Mississippi and
SPECIAL To TIIK APPEAL.
Jac ksox, Miss., Jk. -ember :!,9p.m.
This ejection has been a "Waterloo"
to the Conservatives. Returns con
tinue to give Alcora overwhelming
majorities. Claiborne county gives him
ltiio; Copiah, 3(50; Marshill, 502;
Lowndis,:J-Hi; L:iuderdale,'72; Clark,
4i!; (k-tibbeha, 10U0; Hinds, -lir. ;
Amite, ii; Madison, l!Xni; Jackson
county, 00; Holmes, 1027 ; Tishomingo,
Dent only received ft votes in Co
ahoma county ; Alcorn, 1300.
Bolivar gives Alcorn 1300 majority.
Dent carried Rmkin county by 14
majority. One Radical and one Con-
j i'rvativo are elected to the Legisla
urw fr.,m that county.
vfn's .majority in Chu-kasaw
L-e county by about
Jasper gives Ale.
Wayne is reported gom
for him, but
no figures given.
Lawrence, as far as heard
goes Radical by :J00.
Twenty-four counties give Alcorn
UJM2 majority a Kadicai gain iu vote
of same counties over last year of
The election has assed ofT very
quietly. No disturbances have been
heard of. Oalbkkath.
From the ledger specials of yester
day we take the following:
J.vcKsox, December 2. Private dis
patches received here indicate Al
cornM election by lo,tXW majority.
Nothing definite can lie obtained in
refercn.- to the Legislature.
Jacksox, Miss., Pccember 2. The
vote as far as heard from, gives Al
corn the following majorities: Wil
kinson county 9800, Noxubee 270.'.,
.J. tlerson l&tt, Vazoo Monroe
2"tNi, Adams 249"., irrcn ;i7ti;, Co-
riah dots Claiborne MM, Marshall Hon,
Iinds ISM. Lowndes Lauder
thde 072, Clarke WJ The gain i;i
thirteen counties Ls over 13,000 on last
y.'ar's Kadicai vote. Yalobusha
gives Dent 7i majority a loss of MM
on the last vote. Nothing definite has
been heard as to the Legislature. It
is conceded Kadicai.
Mkkiuiax, Dwember 2. Nine
en unties on the Mobile and Ohio
Ctilroad give Alcorn majority.
Galvkstox, December 2. Total
vote here (two days) 12!4. As far as
heard from the election throughout
the itate is passing on' quietly.
W Act), December 2. Two days'
vote in Met lellan county, !40; colored
major ity, 200. Falls county voters
splitting; Davis probably ahead.
Registration not complete in Navarro
county , consequently no ekvtion.
At sn IX, Decemlier 2. In Hays,
Williaii ison and Travis counties, all
the whites and many colored vote tor
Han lilton. His estimated majority iu
the trree counties is l "mi. Haynes is
certaii. lv elected to Congress. Ham
ilton's iTiends claim the State by :W,ooO
Hoi stOX, December 2. The vote
for the tw o days, 1 .m It is estimated
th.it Ham.'lton will carry the State by
Jkj- fkkn, Ifecember 2, The elec
tion is progressing quietly. The col
ored vote is laiyely in the majority.
Wasuington, Itwmber -..It 1
otficially announcvd that aftor Janu
itry 1st single rate of poatag'" on
halt an ounce anl under for prepaid
le-ttejs betwts.'ii the I'nited StaU-H and
( Jreat Britain or Ireland will be ro
duced to six i-enta ( three pence), and
i f not ureuaid or insufficiently pr-
i iaid, a tine of six shillings three pence
vill be added to the deficient postage
I ud collected on deliven'. The rates
vf postage and the coniitions of the
taviuent on newspapers, books, pack
Iios, and samples of merchandise re-
Second Annual Meeting of the Na
tional Board of Trade.
Arrival of the Memphis Delegation.
HunMo.vH, Decemher -2. In the
National Board of Trale, yesterday,
the consideration of the first four
propositions was postponed.
The fifth proposition, being the uni
form measurement of grain, was taken
up. A resolution was adopted that
the number of pounds to constitute a
bushel should be uniform in all the
States so long as bushels are used in
trade, and that the central system
should be used in transferring all com
modities usually sold by the bushel,
and that measurement by the bulk
should be abolished.
The sixth proposition was tares and
short weight.". On this proposition
resolutions were adopted recommend
ing l.x-al boards to adopt a rule that
tares shall be actual weights of the
package at the time of sale in all
transactions, and to insist on the full
ness of all articles purporting to be of
a certain fixed standard, but which
are sold by part or by the jwickuge.
The seventh proposition was uni
formity on executing conveyances of
land. On this proposition a committee
was appointed to prepare and recom
mend to all the State Legislatures a
statute to be adopted for the form and
general requirements of conveyances
The eighth proposition was uni
form practice in the United States
Courts. A committee was appointed
to prepare a statute to be urged for
us' in all the State and the District
Courts, and the collection of debts
where the parties reside in different
The ninth proposition was for local
trade license. A resolution wfs
adopted that the Executive Council
was to recommend to all State Legis
latures the repeal of all license laws
discriminating against non-resident
Rn 'UMusD, December 2. In the
National Board of Trade to-day the
Delegates from the Memphis Chamber
were registered, and the business pro
gramme was then taken up.
The tenth proposition, in regard to
the uni'.iruiity of incorporation laws,
was referred to the Executive Council.
The eleventh proposition, a Govern
ment Department of Commerce, was
then taken up and a resolution
adopted that Congress be requested to
establish a new department known as
the Department of Commerce, to
which shall be referred questions con
nected with our foreign and domestic
trade, and a committee was appointed
to memorialize Congress to that effect.
Tlw twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth,
fifteenth, and sixteenth propositions,
re.'i rring to the improvement by the
General Government of the Ohio and
Mississippi rivers, and bridging the
same, was referred to a committee to
be reported on.
The seventeenth proposition, asking
the regulation of railroad freight char
ges by Congress, was postponed until
The eighteenth proposition, which
comes from the Cliicago Board of
Trade, urges the construction, under
a charter from the General Govern
ment, of a double-track railroad, to
be used exclusively tor the transpor
tation of freight from the center of
the chief source of the supply of grain
and produce in the West to influence
the seaboard trade.
Riinariison J ad
Nkw Yorjj., December 2. Itich
ardson, the Tribwu editor, shot by
McFurland, a few days since, died at
live o'clock this morning.
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St Dcmingo and Hayli.
New York, December Z. A letter
from St. I Kimino says that the leaders
of all part.. - there, as well a.s in Hayti,
favor annexation to the I'nited State-'.
The Dead ioarnalist.
Nkw York, December 2. Mr.
Richardson's remains will be taken to
Midway, Mass., for interment. The
Coroner will view the body this after
noon and hold the inqueston Monday.
VASHi(;Tux, December 2. The
First National Bank of Ohio has been
discontinued as a designated deposi
tory for public funds.
The receipts of customs last week
were $2,1 1-1,721.
The Danish Question.
Bebltx, December 2. It Ls rumored
that the Danish question is again un
der discussion. Several important
dispatches on the subject have re
cently passed between Berlin and Vi
W..;-uix(;t().n, December 2. Rep
resentative Beard, Chairman of the
Committee on Elections, says the con
tested election Wises will be passed to
an early consideration.
Pris, December 2. At a meeting
of a Committee of the Corps Legisla
tive to-dav, Emil Oliver said that to
guard against popular excuses, they
7uust rally around the Dynasty.
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Mare of tbe Drawback Frauds.
New York. December 2. Rumors
are prevalent that more persons are
to be arrested on a charge of being
concerned iu the draw back frauds. It
is also reported that a clue has been
found to the hidden whereabouts of
Samuel L. Blatchtord.
Nkw York., December 2. Consid
erable advances in passenger farts
and freight to the West, are bulletined
to-day. The new rates for freight are
m follows: For lirst-class goods, to
St. Louis, $1 !)1 ; to Cincinnati $1 12,
and to Louisville $1 73.
Anoliier Coal Mine Horror.
Wii-KtsitARKE, Pa., Ieceiabcr2,
An explosion of tire-damp occurred in
the Empire mine early this morning.
The particulars have not been MW
tained, but it is reported that eight or
ten men w ere seriously injured, some
New York, December 2. The -aid
says: Senator Sherman, of Ohio,
in an interview with our Washington
correspondent, said that the time had
not yet arrived for the resumption of
specie payment; thatit was dangerous
to the commercial classes and should
St. Louis " Wolves" Barking.
Sr. Lolts, December 2. Jack Loo
ney proposes to put p$t9M of his own
money m the hands of Allen's princi
pal friends, to be fought for by Allen
and McCoole, on New Year's Day.
McCoole also offers to put up the full
amount or its value in money.
Defalcation Footed Up.
Cleveland, December 2. The de
falcation of J. C. Buel, the deceased
cashier of the Second National Bank,
amounts to 477,000. The bank will
increase its capital and continue busi
Beauties of the Northern Route.
Chicago, December 2. Three aud
a half miles of the snowsheds on the
Union and Pacific Railroad were com
pleted this week.. The company ex
pect to finish seven miles by the first
of February, covering all the deep
cuts. A double line close fence will
protect all lesser cuts, placing the
road out of all danger of interruptions
from drifting snow.
The Red River Row.
Ottawa, Iember 2. Capt.
matenzer, of Montreal, baa
summoned here to undertake a spe
cial message to Red river to endeavor
to concilllate the half-breeds. The
I ndian question is attracting much at
tention. The trite between Fort Wil
liam and Red river is reported un
friendly. Threatened Indian Hostilities.
Chicago, Docomler 2. A letter of
the 20th declares that the Red river
people will never submit to the remo
val of Gov. McDougall unless over
powered by the Canadian Govern
ment. It states that a sutficiently
large force of insurgents are in arms to j
protect their frontiers from any forces
that (ran at present be sent against I
Whetstone, the Indian agent of Da
kota! says a formidable alliance has
been concluded between the Sioux
and Crows for war against the set
tlers in Eastern Montana, and the
Wyoming Indians are instigated to
this by an outlawed half-Dreed named
Reshaw, and threaten the extermina
tion of the whites.
New Fork, Decemlier 2. A Neu
vitas (Cuba) letter states that 1800
soldiers are in hospital there.
A formidable conspiracy among the
negro slaves of Sagua has been dis
covered. They intended to massacre
their Spanish masters, burn their es
tates, and declare themselves free.
Twelve of them were iminediately
A Conductor on the Defense.
New York, December 2. A war
rant has been Issued for the arrest of
Conductor Parker, of the New Jersey
Kauroan, who ejected .Patrick Lane
from me cars recently while the train j
was on a bridijre, so that Lane fell
through and was drowned. Parker
publishes a card saying that he did not
know the train was on the bridge at
Set-back to the Louisville Bridge.
Louisville, December 2. Fears
are now entertained that the bridge
across the Ohio will not be completed
as early as was expected, owing to
the sudden rise in the river. The
work on the last span was snspended
to-day and the building material re
moved to safe quarters. The obstruc
tions in the main channel are being
rapidly removed so as to allow the
passage of steamers.
York. Dei-ember 2. Cotton dull :
tower. tiics iwju bales; t ulimls.
! iotir 4 T.",i5 la Whlskr SI Uiil (M.
Wheat So. ;! spring Si ; wlnterSl .tVv
1 .'IK. Corn SI llfl EL Caroli:: i i;i .
i otr-e dull. Suitar nominal Cnba lO!i.iiL
Molassi quiet--Porto Rico 7H(a&i.
Dry (iiMHls Tile market Is panickv. and
Lancaster quintals, Richmond ami oilier
Prints are reducri to UJe. Wamsnt t -i. ic:
Heavy Brown rBionSllij.il are held at lie !or ail
good brands; Augusta A Southern. 14c.
Money Was In a pressing demand until af
ter J o clock, and at stringent rates for call
loans at 7 1 cent, currency to coin interest on
liovrnment bonds and stocks, with some ex
ceptions at 1-1B to V cent. The demand
Wan generally supplied liefore Jiu p.m.. and
after that time Money was o tiered quite free
ly at li.i.7.. Iliscouuts v-ry dull at HI .1".
rii ml; . ry uu.i at s -H,.tSe. (iold uiiiet. r: it
opened st lii'4, a.Ivanee.1 to la! and close
iit 1J .. . learances KP.UMi.'ltin. The curreli
rat.- were J -ent curctnu. to 7 ; cent, gold
ani "o currency, bu.I Uii .l-liic uoinialiMiuu
(j)v-.rr!mcDi art" nun, Dal Ola Bonds w.-re
flruiuuaVra 1.1. . n by Kurelgu bunkers.
New llonds ar uuiuiiaratively weak, owini;
to a t.ontiAne.1 salei. by out-town inventors
TtM Sub-Treaaurcr boujtlit Sl.Uyo.Uttu nt IIU 1W
IOOdiIIu :il-lt)U. state iJi.iiua are unaettieii,
New T-n in -ssi-.- s lower, at 47. tl(l it'll
tha outflow of eiirru.iuy to die Southwest
has i..iUn to a iiomittitl amount. No tttrtlier
InatrvoUons have been ret-elved by Assistant
Treasurer Folts. r relmtlv to the Ueeeniber
(iold sales. Th-ir..),OHals therefore stand an
advertised. butj-Treasury bulauce St-T.Wtj 2b7
St. I.octs. Decern ber i Flour Fall simer
flue SI " .4 uu. Wheat si. Com vo to 31
Oats "mi to iVJ. Rye M0SaV Whisky SI u.
Suck, i i . l.e .. Molttsses su. .Mess Pork J:ki Oh
Hull 8Tiolll"il.-rs I'l-..; sides l(sa.l(i-a. H
eoii 3houIders UVuhSf-,; hams 21. Lard is'-i.
.ole,si is stead) : plantation lugs Ifv.lu ."hj:
CrscijraATi. Dis-eni'ner i Floor Fanilje
Sr Suta &0. Wheal SI i .l iu. Qotn Si. imU
4S .."iu. R)ei. Barky uncbanueil. Whiskv
hel l at OH. Pork Cll Hi Bulk meats
shoul.lers U.; aides layia'J. Bacon, aboul-
l.-rs held at IS; sides IS-.til1-.. Snittir l;i .
i ..t:. e Hi j-2i. iUtltmmn&am. Lard 1T!.. But
ler tlUKSS. Fjojh :w. c'becie lTmls. Cotton
ijui.-l: .Middllniis ZS. Tobm-. o -Sales IU lih.ls
ill IK 19 'At. ll.lgs SlHOhUU .Hi.
LoeisviLLit, I), t cnilier 2. Flour qulel
Family S5 23. t'otton nominal; Middling 24
Lorn iK. Oats 5(1. Rye Su. Ilogs $w 75,aln 25.
Sales of (IU lib. is of Tobai-eo at SS (WiS2t "ill
Fork S:il oU. Bulk M.-aU; siu.uldeis 12J4- sides
MV.nr,. I.ar.l ih'4. Whisky 11 UO. Bacon
shoulders Hi,; sides 1.
Cutr.tco, Peeeniber2. Flour. Spring extra
SO ti5j SO. Wheat .SL Corn 7!l ...SU.
)nts 1! 4-.ia. Rye 7il. hurley ST,. Ilighwines
97. Pork 130 so. Lard 17...1S. Bn Ik sides 14
15; shoulders 11.11'... H.ims li.:,.lti. sugar
Nkw OBfcKAJfS. Deeember 2.-Cotton easier
Middling 24'.: sales 4.KI0 bales; receipts
:r77ii bales; exports coastwise 25 bales.
Flour dull at S4 75.5 jOfad 00. Corn Si HUM
115. Oats (il.j2. Bran Si 15,,. lai. Huv SB uu.
Pork held fur $00 -Va.Ki IS.; new lower. Bin-on
lobbing ut si. lea 2tt .2jt; shoulders 17'.; tiew
biims M. Lard tierce i)i)l)t; keg 19w2.ii ...
Sugar- Pi line I2...1lmv Moliuises Prime
Whisky SI 12V,. Gold 12!. Bterllng Ufif-.
New York Sight at par.
Mobilb. December i Cotton dull Mid
dlings Mia Sales 700 bales; receipts 17S9;
exports 202 bales.
Savannah, liecember 2. Cotton quiet
241.,; sides 200 bulci; receipts 3200; cxiMirts
Chableston, December 2. Cotton quiet
Middlings 24 !4; sales 550 bales; receipts 1S43;
exports .oustwise 1014 bales.
Liverpool, liecember 2 Cotton tirm
I'plands BXjW ; Orleans sales 15,000 bales,
iu. -luding .5000 for speculailoa and export.
California white wheat 9s Hd; red western Ks
.VWtotkl: red wli'ter 7s. Western Hour 22s.
Corn, mixed, 29s 9i I. OaLs .In. Peas .'tHs.
London. DepriDlifr 2 Consols trn; 5-20s.
VI24H41.: s!i,; 'B7s, 10-IUs, St)1,, and at
Frank lot t So 90s ,.
Pakis, I'.-ecmber 2. The Bourse is firm--Itenu-s
THORNTON - HU1.LUM On We.lncs.lay
evening, December 1st, at the residence of F.
Lane, Ksq., by Ucv. Mr. Kchwur, Dr. G. B
Thorvtox to Miss Lou Hallux.
ST AN DIM H -SKARCY.-At the residence of
t'apt. Win. J. Ashford, on Hhcl by street, on
Thursday, December 2, by Rev. T. D, Wither
spooo, Mil M STANnisH, Esq., to Miss Elvira
M'HK sltttcd cominunlcntion of Leila
I Siott Lodue No. affl.will be held
this .FRIDAY i Kvenliiit, December :ki,.
at 7 o'clock, for dispatch of busluess.
All M. M.s are Iralernally invited.
Hy order of IL VV. MITCHELL, W. M.
H.' sum, 8ecretary. detl
Paris Mantel Clocks
AND SIDE PIECES.
F. D. BARNUM & CO.
Old firm Pooley, Barnum & Co.,
265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT
New & Rich Jewelry.
vs. Landlord alien, Code 3541,
Augus. Taylor. J Sect Ion
BEFORE Jaxjm Hall, Justice of the Peace
torheiby county, affidavit having been
tuude In tills cause, and attachment Issued
and returned, levied upon the crop made upon
the premises; It ls therefore ordered that
publication be made in the Memphis Daily
A t'l K w., a newspaper published fn the city
of Memphis, for four successive weeks, com
manding the said Augus. Taylor to appear
before me at my office, city of Memphis, In tbe
14th Civil District ot said county, on the 7th
day of January. 1870, and make defence to
said suit against him, or it will be proceeded
with ei parte. JAMES HALL,
Justice Peace for Shelby county.
J. K. Tcmplk, Attorney. deco
5! 2 v
-P CD a
CD O- 3
s ? -
X. o. o. r.
rpHE reuuliu meeiinii of Kuth
1 Lodge. No. liMM of Re-
Dekali. will be Held tin KKIDAY
Evening, :id lnnt.. at 7'4 o'clock.
for the election M officers. All tne members
are requested to attend.
By order of H. R. PUOII, Xoule Oraml.
Mrs. W. L. McLkkkesu, Sec'y. de:l
Spalding. Bidwell & MacDonough. Prcpr's.
R. W. VOUSOE Acting Manager
For the Benefit of
Mrs. 1). P. UOWKUS, the greatest actress ol
the present day. Mr. J I '. McCOLLOM. the
voung and talented actor, and Mr. ROiiKKT
McWADK, Memphis' favorite comedian . in
two sterling plays.
KKIDAY KVEN1NG. Die. Id. The Stranger
Mrs. Haller. Mrs. I). P. Bowers; The Stran
ger. Mr. J. 0. McCollom; Peter, Mr. Rt.liert
McWade. To .r..nolude with thecomesly of
The Honeymoon Juliana. Mrs. D. P. (tow
ers; Duki Aranza, Mr. J. C. M.K.'ollom ;
Jacques, Mr. Roht. McWade.
To Moitttow, Sati-udat, Dec 4th Matinee
The highly maeeaaftU drama, Snare. Satur
day Nighi, The Lady of Lyons, and Richard
III, in Dutch.
BROOM S OPERA HOUSE1
(Jcfforson Street, near Main.)
('has. H. H. Bris.m
Prof. Frank Akxh.d..
Lessee and Proprietor
Leader of Oicnestra
Open U-vry STight,
Co.IMK:"CIN(1 THURSDAY IVUlMi j
Sept. id. with a Maiumotli Company.
The euteriaiument to consist of Negro Min
slrelsy, Hongs and Dances. Kancy Dances. Bui- i
la.ls. Duetts, tnartetts, Extravagauaas, Bur-
lesques, Pantomimes and Vaj-cea.
Admission, "ii'c; Private Boxes. S5. se-JI
PARLOR MUSIC HALL,
233 Second Street.
Jolts W. THOllPHOH
OKO. C. THOMPSO.V
m i- Mauagei
KX.ASK.V EXT KXTRAORDINAKY. of CIN-
IXXATL'S. the greatest song and dance
actor in the world, and D.N CONNER,
'IMIIS cl.-eant and popular Hall, centrally
1 niinattpJ in M:t:u str-t-t. hetWfHn Poplar
and VmMboO, hitvlugijeen puitu Hpieutlid
order, in now npru to eiiKaKeiuunt lor
BALLS, PARTIES, FAIRS, ETC.,
7b RespfcUihU' ami IieptUrible Parties Only.
For terms apply to
L. C. L0F.V at ihta Hall.
'" .-;; Part lm. oaII
FRUITS AND FLOWERS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1840,
WADDY THOMPSON, PROPRIETOR.
A large and complete Stock of
Ornamental and Fruit Trees,
VINES, ROSES, ETC.
Also, choice collection of
Green House Plants, Flowers, Etc.
TE ARE NOW FI'LLY PREPARED TU
till ail orders. Lav Out and Ilenatliy
Grounds and Furnish Bouquets, at short no-
We invite especial attention of Gardeners
and Dealers to our stock, otl'erin at low
prices. Call and see, and select for yourselves.
For Catalogues and other information, ad
dress, WADDY TKUMPHON. Proprietor,
Or R. G. CRAIG CO.,
Agricultural and Seed Htore,
St Main street, Memphis, Tenn.
Bouquets furnished at short notice.
St. Clair Nurseries, Summerfield, III. j
r ff MILES from St. Louis, on O. and M. R.
JD It., h.. F. BABCOCIC. Proprietor. Two
Hundred acres in the cultivation of Fruit !
Trees. Applet a ruaKnlncent stock of 2 and j
3 year oldn. Including ail the leading and
moat popular southern varieties, obtained i
iroin reliable growers South Pears, Peaches, I
Plums, Apricots, Nectarines, Cherries, Quin
ces, Grapes, Strawberries, Raspberries, etc., j
in great variety. A choice colleetiou ! Roses, !
Ornamental Evergreen and Deciduous Trees, j
Flowering Shrubs, Herbaceous Plant, Huibs, '
etc. Branch OlD-ce, 13 and 15 Moroe street.
k:'I Uw OKO. H. BKuWN, titm'l Agent. I
COMMISSIONER FOR THK
District Court of the Unit'd States
COMMISSIONER FOR THK
Court of Claims at Washington.
Commissioner of Ileeds for the Several .
States and Territorius, ami
WSp.-rta! anil prompt uttontlon given t.)
the taking of Imposition.., or Commissi. ms
from other Stat.-x.
OFFICE: No. I COURT STREET,
Near Front street, Farrinaton 4 Howell's
de2 New Block. j
STORAGE FOR COTTON.
J Mkmi-his. September !6. I
Merchants M MMM UKNTLkMim : The
above Houses are now open to receive aud
discharge cotton. Kv.-ry facility to seller and
buyer will be given. To my old patrons I re
turn you my thanks: for the future, I refer
you to the past long experience in the busi
ness. I hupe to merit your patronatpj.
V Safety, capacity and convenience uue
uunled. Kates same as flrst-class bouses.
m.17 A. S. WHITFORD.
Chance for Making Money.
WE are desirous of closing our business a
Batesville, on the Mississippi and Ten
nessee Railroad. To any one wishing to com
meuce business, we would sell our small and
well selected stock of Dry Goods
AT COST AND CARRIAGE.
For further information we would refer to
Mr. W. J. Smith, with Menken Bros., Me m
phis, Tenn., or to us at Batesville.
sell WALKER A STANFORD.
7i R o
w PIRST PREMIUM
Of A. 8ILVKH USUAL
warn ivuviu TC
BARRETT'S HAIR RESTORATIVE
By Ui- N. U. IHMa iptnfuml tioomj. M IU
rw MM. !Hj. . tat.
Vegetable Hair Restorative
mSm Qrftf Utdr ,U iu EUtUirsl rotor. Pro-
Aw 'b srwwu a UmIT OlNM tt
root Ui their orilo. ufuoie wHai Ermdi
Mlcs DrsJrurT ul Ifuaot rrtfeati
. Hm.iT fAlllDMtb 1 Sapfior Drenlng. JW
ItooatAlBf no lDjunoQB iBcradkau,
J. i Um tmtMU popuiw and .
J. ft. BARRETT k CO., Propflators,
AROHESTCB, N. H.
Wholesale Agents, MemphiR.
MP For aaie by all retail druyglata, cl
HAS HEES KXHACKD II V THE
1 A good, reliable waMns mnehine is wnnre.l
J by every housekeeper. A mie-hine that will
really save lime, labor and dollies, works
easily and ls lnrn? I . will lie purchased bv
every well orgauiz. .1 lamiiy. .SueU a ma
chine we offer yon in the
Warranted in every particular to give satis
faction. Always in operation a : !ie w i-.-rooma
of the HOME MAN CKA Tl'KlNi;
CO.. -76 Second street, Memphis, Tenn. :
atsw North Kourth street, st I)ni.. Mo.
Orders by m:iil w:ll reeeive prompt atten
tion; agents waiit.sl ind the trail
i lotbes Wringer, wholesale and r.
J. K. BOZEMAN. ..
D. F. WILLCOX
Continues to famish ;jcrr uri-urity n-rniii.U Ion
or flumnrt? Int firr on nil Linth nf inmmhl p-oe-rfy.
it mlerptiitr rntc.
Agents can be found at every prominent
point in the Southern States, to whom appli
cations for insurance may no made.
W. H. MOORE, AGENT,
293 MAIN STREET.
-i (With Of rm an National Ranks
OFFICE : No. 17 HADISGM STREET.
S. H. DUMSC0M3. W. B. SAL BREATH
F. M. NELSON, W. 3. SALLORY.
Sscretary. AssVt Secretary
H. DUNSt OMJI, JOB BHITCE,
E. V. RIHK. W. ii. (Ai-EREATH.
! H.S.JOXK.S, As VACCARO,
D. H. TOWNSENT), Ltii : - HANAT'ER,
IXSURES AUAINHT LOSS BY FIRfi MA-
Jy 10 miltM A WD Rl VKJi i'JXSA-S.
OF MEMPHIS, TENN.,
Otlice : Ccr. Madison and Sscond.
J. G. LONSDALE. Presidenl.
D. H. TOWNSENO, Vice-Fres.'dent.
WALTER A. fiOODMAN. Secretary.
1. 8. LONSOALE, lr . Ass't Secretary.
D. H. Towxsrsn,
J. O. Ixjssdale,
G. V. Ramkaut,
D. T. Port Kit,
C. I. Phillips.
J. J. Busn-r,
I-.. M LYKK.
H. F. McNctt,
I. K. Fkank.
ii. F. H UillERT,
f. C. Nkki.v,
M. J. Wicks,
E. J. Taylor,
X. R. sr imir
This Company is prepared to do a general
Fire and Marine Business. aug8
QUICK T5ME EAST ! I
Louisville Route Always Ahead
Commencing May 2, 1869.
DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS
WILL BtTf A3 Fill LOWS ON THK
Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line:
Leave Memphis (city tlmn 4.00 a.m. 2:45 p.m.
Morning train from Memphis d.H-s not run
Leave Memphis, city time, 4:M s,m. 2:45 p.m. j
A rrive i.t Nssshvtli.- 11:46 p. in. 5aiua.ii).
Sleeping Cars nn Evening Train irom Mem
phis to Louisville and Memphis to Nashville, j
Through Tickeis at Rsduced Rates
Can be procured at the Company 'sofflee,2tf7 1-2
Main street, and at leiot, head of Muin st,
WBagg:e Checks! at Depot, or by the
M.-rophis City Transfer Company: at Hot.-;-,
Private Itiisiuelices. or on tM.i.rd boats, to all
principal points hast
1 .Nortli. .a
i.VM. B. JONRtrPnpt-
Sbl i, Howci.L. Psssenger jeent.
Memphis and Ohio Railroad,
LouisvilleA Nashville K. R.Co.. Lessees.
FREIGHT OFFICE. '
Mkxpiiis. TUNS., October Itt, 1.18. f
ON and alter this date, all Freights lor this
road, except Cotluu, will be received at
Oje Navy Yard Warehouse, Toot of Market
Delivery o4 Freights, as heretofore, at head
of Main street.
A. J.KNAPP, Agent.
A. A, P.vrox. G. F. A. . si'i
Tri-weekly Stage Line.
U. S. Mail and Passenger Coaches from
Gaines' Landing, to Camden. Ark.
LEAVES GAINES' LANDING
Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays
AT 7 A.M.
Mississippi and Tennessee R.R.
CHANGE 03T" TIME.
ON AND AFTER SCNO.VY, NOV. 14, 18.
nntil further notice, traius will Tou aw
Nw ORLKANn Mai!.. Dai t.v-Leavex Mera- :
phis at IS m., maklnx direct connection (
lor NewOrleanH, V lcksburK and all polnU j
South. . -
Exphkss, Uailt Leaves Mcnphla 4:15 p.m.,
making dlre.it connection for Otreevllle.
Water Vallev. uxtord. Holly Xi.rf nga, and
all pointa North of Urcnada, on Mississippi
' p'T. Omnibu-'MQi
and check m;Kiiu -
SC' Main.ntreetT or al I lie .
will call for vAmeuers j
hy loavinnc orfM at i?7'
A. ti. uvMtnuiit,
C. I. Oaki.y, G. T. A. noU (Jcn'l Snp't.
ALTHOF, BERGMANN & CO..
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS,
TIN AND MECHANICAL TOYS, i
Nob. 30, 32, 34 and 36 PARK PLACE,
Cor. of Church St., Now Yorli,
Beg to call the
their well aaaortet
eat to be found iu
u of the trad.- to
he finest and lara;-uotM
cot"ig. Furnishing Goods. Cloak 3.
Shawls. Arabs, Notions, Etc.,
A I AUO I iUN,
FRIDAY MORNING, December 3d
AT ID O'CLOCK.
' .ii-Histlne ..r Oats, Pints. Vests, Ovemlnr's.
Knit Jarketa, Lauicn' ami C!ul.lr.-n !:..,
j Sliawln and .Vralx, H.wiery. 9fftmtum,
: Handkerchiefs, Olovcn, sundries, etc.
Sy GOTTLIEB & E2EK1EL Auci rs.
dt Tor. Second and Adams Sis
ON and afler this date we w'l; hold our reg
ular trade sales of Dry ;od, Clothii g,
( lHits, Shoes, UaLs. etc., every
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY. AND
FRIDAY Morning, at !0 o'clock.
GOTTLIEB 8l EZEKiEL,
Comer Second and Adans Stree3.
SALE OF STOCK.
ON FI.rDAT. f MM I-th. at my resi
dence, six miles nortli of Forrest City
Ark.. I wtll sell a lot of flue Mares and en!;..
Milch . ows. Work Oxen, Beef Cattle, Hogi
i and Pork; also,
A tlinrough-breti hloMi stai ion. and " STER
LING." u short-honied rinrham hull.
My creditor especially invited to attend.
del AT. H)OOlJOK.
THK farm, hloneiiuc to the ptat of P. S.
liofMllfM. demiKtwt, lying three n i
north of Forn-M CHy. Arte.. onUfciuioK
htp? 1.10 If:rd; will tin noi't to hfihcil
bidder, :it MadiHon. Arlc, fc KINK-i; A.Y t-
del A.T. iMHiDUjE. Adm'r.
Lauderdale County, Aia.
liall. Kiuhtns Bar and Bill lit rtl Kitini una
Olflrwi, Loneiher with about 7W a,-r of iand
Hij-nnintr tin Sr:nK tract, an it all the
Hi'iist-holii and Kitchtn Kumitui, liar am!
Uloy Fixture-, Males, Catrie, Hitp, Sbwp,
WU1 loo Sold PHitolioly
KordivLslon bvtweea ovuen,
On the 15th Day of December,
To the highest and rasst bidder. The houses
and lurur.ure are in good condition, and eve
rything is in readiness to c.iitin
i renames to continue uastnew.
r imormatiou .uni circular de
ELI.I.S A i t ... Proprieroi--.
A VALUABLE FARM
i-i k i tuaber. will be s.,1.1 by u.e uml.-r-
itiKiietl, heirs of Hugh Mct'lellan, to tne hlsii
cst bliltlcr, foi tliviKion, on
Tuestlaty. the 7th of December next.
Between the hours of 11 ami '2 o'clock, on the
premises. The improvement are a ti-nxi
liietiist civil uutriut in ciliulby county, two
una a-ititlt miles troiu Slie.tiy 11. pot. Si. jt O.
K. H.. and on the road leading to ortemville.
Tkkmh Half canli, the hntanee on acieuit
of twelve month.-, with a lien retain,!.
W. K. McCLKi.LA.N.
M. A. U.vVIIjtsiN,
nolTwt M. .1. M.-LLKI.l.AN.
WE3ES0AY, December 15. 1869.
No. ;:it), 1 1. R. CIbikw Court of Memphis
Henry T. Jam.-- vs. Win. R Eprn ctjil.
I n , bidder, in tl.etott i. .! Fort IMck-r.MK. !
on NV Bt'?itsuAY. ijci-mber iu. IMjt.. within It
iii.1 tmiirs, tht- Iol!owlni;deHcribed ileul hjtate. !
Th. south half of Block No. in that pr.rt I
I n inches on Fifth stniet and hju feet on oi....-
; son street,
I ekms or Sals. Cash to tiie amount of th.
1 decree herein and ctwts; balance on a credit j
I of twelve months. Equity of redemption '
1 barred. I 1
amount of ths dcciee herein and costs, then
j anil In that event the north haif of said
i block No..) will tie sold, in lots or suodlvi
: sious; sale to continue until the amount :
! requisite to satisfy the decree herein an.l !
' of Block N"o. ."9
I credit ot tweiv.
l inn i.iirrcd.
4TON, C. and M.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
New Firm New Goods
SOUTHWORTH & THAYER,
199 Main St. Memphis.
JEST At competing prices with any other
Market. Goons Sold only to Mbb
chants. Satisfat-tion guaranteed ia ev
ery instance. se-TOdAw
G000BAR & GiLLlLAND,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS AND CAPS,
201 MAIN STREET. WE5WTER BLOCK,
We are now reoeiving oar fall stock, the
LfirgeMt we have ever ottered to the trade.
MEKi iiAN-rs will find It to their interest to
eTHTnin' bffor1 bnyiog. ann11
SOLE AOENTS FOR
E. CARVER & CO.'S
IMPROVED COTTON GIN
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc..
270 FRONT STREET,
MEMPHIS, : : TENNESSEE.
PLANTERS or merchants designing to pur
chase Oin Stands will do well to bear in
mind that we are Sole AgnU for " E. CAR
VER A CO.'S" IMPROVED COTTON GINS.
The anequaled beauty of the staple of cotton
KUinei on uiue weii Known win owiub, w
lightness of their Improved running gear, m
cruMMed yield of lint, and many other ac
knowledged advantages, make thwu more
desirable than in former yean, when, as now,
they were the tavorlte. J"
R0YSTER, TREZEVANT & CO.,
ft E. cor. Main and Jefferson Sis.
DAILY SALES OP
MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, ETC.,
7fo Goods offered atauotwnc
SOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
Silver and Plated Ware
i)ai!y Sales at 10 o'clock in the Morning an j
7 o'clock in the Evening,
From a p!en.lM new stock of nnds in the
ii"im iiir.-wriij uiw
C. J. TYLER. & CO.
All coods warranted of the
r . nteii. or .i.,- . tamed. de:
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
DT direction o; tbe wiilofJohnPope.de
JJ ceaaed, we will sell, to the highest bidder,
On Thursday, December 2. IS69.
location and prod act
its are such aa ara usaal
and two yean, with lien retained.
A. I- P sex-en?,
A. R. PiPE, txecntor.
Rcyster. Trezevant 0. Co.. Auctioneers.
Administrator's Sale of Valuable Big
On Tuesday. December 7th,
in Lot Now 1, Ijeinx Big Creek Ptackroad
Tt.itJiS. Half casta; half In 12 mouths,
Ol C. HOLMK,
W. R. HijLXKS,
R YSTr.n. TUKZEVANT A CO.,
Plans on ale at our office. no7
I WILL oiler the WILLIAMS TRAIT OF
I LAND. In the .rounty of ( nrtenden. in Ar
kansas, adjuinink Frank CochrHn's, on the
Military Iload. for rent at pnblie outcry, in
the town of Marion, in said county.
On the 8th of Decemher Next.
The nerscn rentinp said tra. t of land will be
take place during ii
BOOT ml acres
-V of I'liieot count
MRloa in the worl
lornuTly Uelle Ho
dett JtJllX T. IXiWOALL. St. Lon.-. M
tins A Co.,
each pur -
s after date, aud one at sevuu
3. MOSBY. Receiver.
Adam3 Street Residence at Per
emptory Public Saie.
E are directed fo dispose ol the -
erty can be examined I
Hhs ssie. which.
will ne on tne premises, m , p.m.,
Thursday, Dscember 16th.
TERMS Third cash, 6, 12 and is month?,
witn Intel est, and trust deel upon the prop
erl y sold. We repeat. In order not to be over
iooke.1, thi-t the sai is posltivo and per-
ROYSTEK, TKEZEVANT A CO.,
15 COURT STREET.
KEEP PACE WITH THE TIMES !
immense Arrival of New Material I
Five Lightning Job Presses I
Large Additions in Lithographic and
Gothic Types I
Beautiful New Book Faces in Picas
and Nonpareils !
Rich and Elegant Engravings, Cuts,
Emblems and Vignettes I
Every kind of Business represented I
Endless Variety of Cards and Papers I
A Complete Job. Printing House !
The proprietor takes occasion to again
call the attention of the Merchants and Bui-
Hfactlon will be given
Bi'KS SHALL st LOW
Orders respectfully soiicted.
S. C. TOOF,
25 Wood Choppers Wanted.
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