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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL.
I J i ESTABLISHED 1840. MK MPHIS, TENN., T UESD AY, DE( E & IBEB 14,, 1869, VOL. SO -N"0. 104 NASHVILLE. Synopsis of Legislative Proceedings Yesterday. THE LXist CONGRESS. JudinarydOonimittee il4UJ uixin bUl irovidinsr for the rtssc-riibiitijr oi ihe (it-orgi Legi-l-i-ttire- tn exclusion of me-mlier ineli- XI ui AiUfaum-.-m, jribie under tile rs- m Ull'l -o!oi Stmt yu M U J- If Aftei of bills one by Snunisii lowed t Mr. l a lorn; Mil del States to the holders thereof. The resolution went over. Mr. Wood nffenvl a resolution de clarinp that the laws jjivin; exclusive privilege or enjoyments to particular cla-saes or professions are unequal, un just and in violation of the Constitu tion, and that a protective tariff is needed of that class of legislation. The bill went over. "Mr. Davis' strict neutrality ivsolu tnin concerning Spanish-Cuban af fairs was offered .again, and weut over. Mr. Cox offeretl a s,lution declai ing as a iiiestion Jrom trie President's message, that among the evils grow ingout of the late civil war, is that of an irredeemable currency, and'that it is o:ie of the highest duties of the Gov ernment to secure to its citizens a me dium of exchange of a-ttxed and unva rying value, which implies a return to a s)f-cie basis, that no substitute for it tam le devised, and that it should he commenced now and reached at th earliest pu-ille moment; which vent over. Mr. Sehenck offered a resolution, which was adopted, authorizing the BankingCommittee to investigate the causes which led to the extraordiuary gold fluctuations in New York, in Septemlier, anil to report early. Mr. ood praocnted his mammou lrom -New i orK ionuoun bill incorporating j recognition, which was referred to the 1 ommuiec on ruiripi rveiauunn. Mr. l'aine offerel a nnolution that the retrocession ofthe county of Alex andria to Virginia being unconstitu tional, is void, and that Rives Mc Kenzie, claiming a seat from that dis trict, is ineligible. The Representa tives, both Radicals and Democrats, vindicated the resolution, which Ml tabled. A resolution was offered and refer red in-tructing the Secretary of the Navy to appoint a commission to ex amine cases w here naval ofticers have been ignored in advancement to rank. Mr. Cox otfcred a resolution instruct ing the Ways and Means Committee to report a biil repe:Uing the unjust and burdensome tariff. A resolution was offered for infor mation in regard to the bounty paid for the capture of Jefferson Davis, but objection was made. A bill was introduced and referred, for the payment of loyal citizens of Tennessee lor quartermaster and com missary stores taken by Union soldier- during the war. The President was requested to fur nish all communications touching Cu ban afftirs. Mr. Butler, from the Judiciary Com mittee, reported a bill for the repeal ofthe civil teuure-of-offlce biil, which was ordered to be printed and recom mitted. The Secretary of State submitted a report of the States that have ratitied the XVth Amendment, as follows: Mississippi and Kansas (defective); North Carolina, We-: Virginia, Mas-sachusett-, Wisconsin, Maine, Louis iana, Michigan, South Carolina, IVnn svivttnia, Arkansas Connecticut, Flor ida, Illinois, Indiana, New Hampshire, Nevada and Virginia. Mr. Butier rem trk -d that as soon M the pr in. busineaa could be dis posed of th Becon--: ruction Commit tee would eoaridor and probably re port a bill ;or the removal of the .li--ai.ililc- from all who participated in the ret,, hl-.ii. The Banana biil was then taken up and amendments offered looking to an earlier apportionment of Repre sentatives than is contemplated in the bill, but without action the House adjournal. SPECIAL TO THE APPEAL. N ash v i i.i. k, I)ecemler 1". In the Senate, Mr. Cubbins paUMa nl a petition from the hackwen of Memphis, asking for a reduction of the tax imposed upon them. Mr. Cooper, of Bedford, introduced a bill for the management of the peni tentiary. The object of the hill is to make the institution self-sustaining. The following House bills passed on third reading: Bill to repeal the act creating State guards for the Governor's staff; " Bill to repeal the law imposing pen alties for nun-payment of taxes; Bill to clear out and render naviga 1 ,- the Forked DM river. Mr. il.;'. .v-i to reconsider the; petition vote rejecting th the Air Line and Fast Freight Com pany. Carried, and Mr. Cubbins with drew the MB for amendment. Howe. In response to House reso lution, fJtaetery Fletcher reports that since the 7 th ol September, bonds have been i-wd to the following rail roads: Tennessee artrt Pacine,$Mo,000; Min eral Home, $100,000; Southwestern, looo. Mr. Cheatham introduced a Ml! to pr. serve the credit of the State. It i provides that bonds be issued to fund interest on the State debt to July 1, ; 1 o, to bear six per cent, interest, and ; to be redeemed at the pleasure of the Slate, after three years; the faith of the State being pledged to give them pri ority in payment of interest. Mr. Lackey introduced a bill to change the line between Haywood and Lauderdale counties Mr. So-eie introduced a biil provid ing for the erection of county work houses. Mr. Sherrod offered a resolution to prevent a newspaper called the Sof .: ', : . being laid on the deaks of members. Laid on the table. Th- Cincinnati Southern Railroad bill was discussed at great length, but no definite action was taken. 1 Burnt r l'.'-.l .c. M .lnv.-sTil rSu. .vrk Itnlb shoulders I-1,.-, si.l. s Hi' ..- Ha- liiiuld.m in. lliuns -le. Lard lsc. sides m.ott'i. CHICAGO. rm.'Afl,nwmlT i-i .-Kioar-Springextra :! ,-Ki.tS l. Wheat ',..!"" Corn 7..'.- 'iU 4S Kve JMrl.-v Tv. 73. Hhxhwlu. s irt Mr. Sugar -N. n l'-'-'. 1 ' - Pork SI S:H M. Lard ls".mlKV Bulk sides 14', shonl- Icrs 12c Sliiirt rib sides l.SV- Hams ll'V mi Orleans. -mr Orleans. Decemlier 1:1 Cotton act 1 vi and tlriti.T, M54 Hall SI : eroorts liltlMU. -in i.ut liny Prima V ffewstSIl Klom X . 5. Corn rl N. u Me-s C'.rk nulet oUles-X'je hams scarce Iff. Oa'.s M. Bran Sueur prim,' 1 AM USEMENTS. TRANSPORTATION. MEMPHIS THEATER. IU1 ; -iihi: Sale m.vi Imli's; r.v.'ipis "... . i.iv.'nf,.,l. ..i.i"4s: - in llnr.v l.nii. till) Imles. lara SM; York & ; HlMTfin, $4 7S; XX S 7.'.: icr wlilt SI l;y.-ll.i- ;1 mt Old. Si--V'. Bmom !; slmi'ildi-rs l.r.'," 18; n"W sc .lir.l ly '.... lie,: io-a 1 in. Indin baMfHI Molassps iirltni' lioew. I ,iil limh.siI,..1. fl in ! Hi .ill.f siuly' fun I'e.l'iv-: pi line lii'a .17. Hold 1-J!' . SStIihu lHi' , lerK .min I. V'r.ilils liv kail In Uvtpm1 M.ivro le; by Kteam to LMrpOW New York V- FOBmoir. LiiviMiN. lipoemlH-r 13. ir.insols l"r money ifji ; i.ir :i-. miit IrJ'i Bonds til mi ; a--, S (',: V.s.se,; '117k, sa4; lu-ii's. vj' i Livkuiikii.. 1 in. i. r 13. - 'ition Kle:ul Ualaada n-,.i: OrlmiiK u': sales I2,u.m iiui. Call mi ma wlill wli.ul M 1.1 s n.I : red wes tern s4d; wlntrrKs lud Flour -Is H. otm, No. 2, mixMl. 28k d. Out SV kl. !.:.-... Pabb, Ueinmber IS. The MouriMJ Is .luift Ki-ii:.". 7 :i Ific liAVl'.K. Invinhrr 13. (ollou (Mdinailf 13lf afloat. KliANKKOitT. lit-CL-iuber !3.-l . i. HMOs (VV '.H'.. llrui Tres LETTtS LIST. The following Is the lUt of letters remaln inz in ihe Me.iuphts io.stoffii! :iud noL tlultv erel by e-iirriers yet?riay. All letters dirwtt M sirwl :uit! iiuiaUirs, wiU be aeiivered promptly by iMUllMHi Anderson, mrs U T UuntiMU, mi.m li ( allaliun, mim J UMTOU, niiAA M Doyle, mrs A KU'uiming, mixs J Qmi low. mrs V f) irdiit, miss K miwifiw. hum I' J uckmhi, miss M. lotanML nra K K.in. ui H K:i Hand, miss K M Loom is, M N Lovoty, mra C MAu y, M b) M.ti iiu, mrs J U Muiihi. iniss J Pheuix. mrs M K I'arker, M C I Toik, nirs 1 I i fCicliun-tMiii. mrs O T Smith, mrs M C Slovail, miss L J N'.didi .in. nllM M E AVjMlt. lllibM J Weaver, lurs J 6 B . cter, iniss A lUii n, miss L I K. mrs L W UovltaSa mis J K Ktuu, mrs li J-I Kig'iins, iniKH 1 Uoruoo miss li Uuthtie, nils-. K fYll i . nirs M .1 lomwtt. miss L Keei . mUm S Kimimil. mm M J Uogaiitj Bum M I ' t,efiie, nirs rt .1 Alt- orttUHOk. mrs J E Miller, mrs B Mori is. mrs S (' OnUley. mis M K Pries, mrs M N ihimeit, mis' A Priteliett, nira l " Maai ii'tiof, bum B A Hbelton, s K Villiee. mi- B M WsU, mtM K W Lpper, mrs Yaiieey, mtss L Spalding, Bidwel! k. v. VOCNOK MacDonough. Propr's. Acting Manager QUICK Louisville Routo TIME EAST!! Always Ahead TUESDAY EVENING, December llth.-Iast night bat four ofthe GrneeTul, Glfteit and Beautiful WoHKEI.L siSTEIts and theli New S'ork Company, who will uppeaf in the populnr spectaealar bnrlt.-ue of LAKLA KOoKH IaIU Hookb. MisM It u. : Ferainorz (the Troubadour'), Miss Sephi.-. The iierformanee will commence with the A HE A RKI.l.K-Penelope tbe Area ltelle). Miss. Jennie Willmore. Tomorrow i Wednesday), December 15 The great burlefcne of the day, "Sinbad the Sailor." in which the Vuuul Girl f the pcrtod will make her first nppeaiMiice. NliTJi "E- Seals ttr Mr li'llerr.on'y e:i;:ice- ment, comineneimr Monday. Decent tier 9Kb, may he secured at the ltoxoftlce of t he Tii .i ter oa and aftW Wednesday uiorutin;, le rember L&tb; but in order to avoid audoe preJerenee, umbjt will only be BBtd six days in advaaee, FAIR AND FESTIVAL To aid in liquidating the duht incurred in the erection of ST. PATRICK'S NEW CHURCH, Will be inaugurated at SUMMER SCHEDULE, Commencing May 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS H r.UN AS FOLIWH OX TUB Memphis and Louisville Railroad Line: Leave Memphin (cltv UmeH:U0a.m. 2:45 p.m. Moratnii tfktn frura Meinplils dot not run on SuuUiiv. Leave Memphis ritv time, 4H.m. .':i".r.:'l- Arrivent NaanhvHIe ll: .m. 5a:a.m. WleepiiiK I'ars on Evening Train Ir.iin Mem phU to Louisville and MenipliU to Nakiiville. Throanh Tickets at Reduced Rates procured at the Corn pnny'sifflre,a7 1- LM Jii.lll I 3 lietel- I. Hie GrZ7.333S:XrXjLXV HATiTi uid I": nil Htreets, DECEMBER 14, 1369 Corner of sc TUESDAY. d-i ( 'an 1, Mum nlrwt. hii.1 at Denol. head oJ Ml.ili rilaisaw t lie-keu at Depoi, or 1 M.-mnhkr ivTrmisfw (tomDunv : :t I Private Heal Jenee, or on -lio&rd IxiuU, lo :U1 nriiii.i.K; iiuiuU llatand North. V SAM. H. .-NEH.Slipt. Bm HoV.'in.I.. Pwnit)f.A-r i. se .0 Memphis and Ohit Railroad, DRY GOODS. Louisville 6i BOhTl R. B, Co., Lessees. I gentlemen's LIHT. a Bdmoi, .1 lltu linnau, . lilias, W lii nee. II K melt, W lirooks. M S Bo vie. J One, F Clearv. V) T Cowan, J -Sen- h;ive A.istln. Col Anderson, J Altliur, W Alien. K J BalUy. a el Uurns. W'.D lill-li. .1 W 1 BronKs, W M UllKlit, W Baldwin, K H Band, L Baiter, E H lllakc. J Brown, W t. Hi. ...US. J M Coale. W C Craiu, W R Callahuu, P i ...,,, I ... 1 1 i ii W i ' i li nn ills. K A Clniiniilin. 'i Bl.rensiiaw, J . Cusuman. S U I lieiuiwerili, J OoonMl, .1 L i I'lisoihne, r ( i.in. y. K CoeJtnuj, W D i aniieal. J ,t t'oi'riiinpton. J i: Uutfey, P DnnieiK. W U Uy.-. A T l'ow, I) Liellie,.! DeLoacbS Wit W A i .nil in. ,1 liiiLivin. l l. Unnneliv, T 11 DaoluT, T Elder. J (i) Edii. w.irlii, J T Pawcett, 11 Fbijrtoly.J Uarey, U w l.m vey, u Ulenn, T s ... M Uieason. K T Hudson, J 11 PARLOR MUSIC HALL, Sooond Street. OPEN EVERY NIGHT. MONDAY EVENING; Deo. 1.1. ISO). First ap pearanea oi Miss Millie Uainkuktii and V.C. lilTHTON, the I'll AM PI ON UOP BLE LKiHT- MNO ZOITAVK muOB also Miss Ma..'.: r llATUTO, the Talented V'oealist and Coin ni. dieniie, and Wm. Post, Violluist, in eon jnnction with the llesl Variety Comiiiuat ion ID Ihe eity. MiMISHIiiN - SS Cents !U liK-iXUA i llAIlt-S 3Q Cents 3RC0M S OPERA HOUSE8 (JetTerson Street, near Main.) i has. H. H. BnonM Lessee and Proprietor ClIABXSn Wiiitk StaRe Manager Pun". Frank Aknold .Leader oi Ureliesiia C 7 o ;i 33-troTL-y Wiglit. COMMENCING THURSDAY EVENING, V Sept. -Ul. with a Mainmotli Company. '!'!. eiilerliiii'iiieit! .oeonstsl of Ne-'ro Min- gtrelsy, Sottav and iiauees, Fancj' Dani'es, Hal- i lads. Duetto. Uuni tetts, Kxtravaganzai, Bui l, -.iies. Piinloiniines and Fanes. Admission, "t)e; lrtvaie Il4ixes. .". se-i Kill isiHT OFFICE, Mrarms. T..N Oetolier 19, lHWt. ONr.ndaflw lliiv le.all FreiRhls lor this mad, excepl Cotton, will be reeelved at the Navy Yaad Warehouse, foot of Market slre.-t. Delivery of Freights, as heretofore, at head of Main street. A.J. KNAPP, Agent. A. A. Paton. . F. A. ocai Mississippi and Tennessee R.R. GREAT Reduction SWEEPING Reduction Great Bargains DRY GOODS This Week FOR THE HOLIDAYS. AUCTION. AUCTION. A SPLENDID Christmas Present HOLIDAY BYreAw" G000S AT AUCTION. -II.L HE GIVEN t I7STOME1H ON V Chrtotruaa Eve. From I his tbite, ontiJ the evening of the 4th inst., everyone pnr rhutngIS t worth of Dry Good will ! pie-, sentel with a nnmliered i l. ket. whleh enti tles them to a chance for the M AGNIFIl ENT Singer Sewing Machine taticrut ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO., AUCTI ONEERS. N. E. cor. Main and JetTerson Sts Now on exhlhltfon in our Invited toalteud Ihe pre:-. Hit;. For the benefit of pa the number ofthe T lelce t will be published ill the. it iiiormni window. Yoh are dell JOSEPH COLL, 267 Main Street. TOY3 Pawnbrokers Sale at Auction OF UNREDEEMED PLEDGES. From !Se well-known honseof Misk A I!v- il In , .i iii ,l I Mil, ...le.-, W'.iU'ii.-.. -le - elry, etc.. will lake place on Tuesday Morning. Dm. 14th. at 10 o'clock, At the Salesrooms of V. II. prsWMi ;!; a ;(). N.k ill S.omnl street. G on i lew j Monday, llifUli of In-t tiiiIi i, ,v. delj HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION, BY W. H. PASSMORE 4 CO., Wfdiicsday Msming, Dec. I5lh. at 10 o'clock . Bakelnt etc., -u del I W.' He' : i:. .-r. AT- AY. NOV. iVfim tains will inn as ON AND AFTF.lt BUS until further noiicu lollow : New uici.ea.nm Mail. I phia at 12 iii.,.inHlviii .or New Oi lean, Vickl South. Kxi ni'.ss, Daii.v Lrov iiiuicin diri-et con Water Vallev. uxr. all points North oi Gr Central Hailioad. ltaccaice cheekad Ihroi l'r. .iij. I O-L-elK ill -r71.J? Ilepol. OMIHleis.-. willV' Hi tor passelli: -is and obeek liaumige, liy loavlni! orders at an;-, M in ireel. A..H. I.IVKKMHRK, G. P. Oaklit, Q. TA (noil) G. n l snp't. f.Y Leaves Mem- irect conn, etlon lit; and all points deinphi- di p.m.. tor r.oiieevine. iolly Spriniis, and leia, on Mississippi lain street, or at 1h. ELECTION NOTICE. ..iii . r . ..I...,..., tl:i: ln-ioioiort: nnuui-a iiiIxts. The Legislature to mai. uutu liic t-iutfi.-5uiu utj UeoraieatatiTea are ud- urbeU lutrodaced bill to fund aurih;: (i.bt of the L'uited by self-fuuding; bonds, which iropriately reffrred. tbe iiilriiliii lioii of a JnumBer and resolution, amonj ili-m TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. rpi'Dter lulMiats des-iaritiir tnut tiio should uot Le ai- of the the ike look the nmuient in ing Ihe jurisdiction 1'nri'itlc - oun in tu-i- niu in- wusUtuUonalitv of acts of Congress. Tlie Judkktry Oommittee's report for the nsoiistructiou of (Jco.-fjia was presentetl. H,a., The following bills were in trodueed and referred: Uue to ameud ato currency a.-t: one to abolish the franking; privilege; one to provide a free svsteui of national banking-; one to rvpeul the act of 1 -, extending the ; juris.licLi.in of the L'uitcd States liis triet Courts to certain ca-x-s on lakes ami navigable waters connected there- ; with one to provide for the construe-1 tijn of the N.aara ship canal; also, joint resolution for the admission of Viriui:'.. is pending in the Kecon-utrui-li M ci'!i,;::ittee. Mr. iiutler. of Massachusetts, Chair man of the Rtxoiisi ruction Coniinit tee, pr-seiitcd t lie following; bill, here- : tofore introilucisl by Farn.sworlli, also a member ofthe same Commifec: " Wiii RFAs, Thejieople of Virginia have lopte4 a Constitution, ICepub-lii-an in form, and have in all respects cnuformed to the requirements of tiie act of Coiignsss entitled 4 An act au thori7intr the submission of the Con- j stitutions of Virginia, Mississippi and Texas to a vote of the people, ana au- " the election oi Mate omevrs d by said Constitutions and rs of OMfHH,' apl'roved the 1 April, 1W, WHMt be it .,', , hj llif Viht uw H'iui l Atitiutinx, That said State of n - i utiiled to representation .-.-s ofthe tinted BtatM." illowiug is proposed as a sub i.v Payne, ol the Reconstruc tion l ..inmlttee: V ii KF.KA-, The people of irgitita have adopted a Constitution, repubh can in (orni, and have in all respects BHMlM with the requireinents ol the scleral acts of Congress providing JOr the reconstruction of the late rebel States; then fore, Bet ..'That the State of ir giin Ls entitled to represeutation in tn - t'oti ;rtssoi the Cnited Stati-.'' .Mr. Uutlor introduced the follow ing; ,. uWhekkah. The ireople of Vir- " l . - . . . . . ginia h The Plac: for Strong-minded Women. CiiEYi NNK, N. T., DuLihaT i;l. Gov. OampheB yesicruay approveil floor and rea.l ' female suffrage. .. ,.f Ki "'"" " I T UiriaLim Reiniee Fleailinalw. Maukid. DeXJCaubeg 1:1. There is great rejeietajg lien- over the news from New York of the unconditional release of Spanish iinloats. Davidsou li vol. .1 . I.dwui'ds. I A atam, A 11 Freeman. L ie i tayie, M C lOM.riLC. i'l.lj ijraha.ti. k !v n Imua. II M lluniuiirevs. J H Hall. 11 Hard, P Johnson, I' 1' Jackson, B Johnson, lit: Jon. s, D ) James. It tl Jacobs, E Iv earns, J iviiny, u -u i Lewis, Mallia .v o ! Mai liu. F Mosl y, J B I Madding, V FiMailen, It Ma",-e A Moore, J J . i. il. M It McKeivey, 1 Mo. lure 11 McUoiml.l, W Me uiloiiLh. il MeUtlLAD ; i wpoil,Itt NnU.J Newocrrv.i L Ntue.OS I Pelienr. W W r. ti is.'l ' Pajrae, 15 i' il' iMiu. S 7J ' Itace. la I Scully, U j si,, oil, .us, 4 K u.iu. It II ; SH-n-ider. J B i Thayer .v Haumun Town-.-n.l. HTaylor, W r Vinanl. M ei l oil i ci.inl Wnne. V W2 Winn , i C r, F '.l ravi.1, A B Folk, ri lt.MV.rs. ii T u iiidsnu. II Slawsoll. H Stronger, A J Smith, i." 12 Hluae, I' r Se ll!,' O J siiiiit. r, B V ileln ist, J A mil. J i i aiey, L Harli. lt. .1 Howard, H I' 2 ll. l.'.lld. S J .l.ilinson. N C Join , w B) Jiii.l in, J 1' Kinder, w 1" LawrenoaJ R 2 Mi-ae lock, A Marion, K Honley, W A McDenaa, T Mcstweeney, J Neei. f V Nor. is, 11 , i-oii. I W Pate, x s Pamona, i W Ulciiar.lson, IJ City Election Notice. T INSURANCE. p Hhai unack, Bmilh, P F Penneiiy, A Topping, M TlUinxuaat,S8 S light, B J Worahant, W B Wavhack. A w are, t Williams, J I Tarwooo, i i jjij i jiia WtW ADVERTISEMENTS. Caution Caution th jirovid iieiub Mtfe "i i Lf. (f H I Viru-ii in the The stitute Common Occurrence in Chicago. Cii ii v . I N cemli-T l'!. J.F.Purck, Journal Clerk in the State Saving Bank, GOBI dated -uiri 1- in a house of ill-fame, tni- lie rniii, by shooting himself through th'- heart. . e Revenue Assessor Murdered. Washington, DeeemlMK t& An official leiu.-r to Coiii.iiissioner JJelano from Tallahassee, tiatvsl Stii iust., says that Uwn is a rumor circuiating that the assistant Assessor of the town of Mariana, in Jackson county, was mur dered on tin night of thu 4th, while on hLs way from Mariana to Appalachi-eola. Texas E cc ions. flillllllW, leceribr 1:J. The I Legislature stands: Conservative S-Liate tS, House li ; Hudical Si-nate 12, House 84. The entire lladical ticket, except Governor, is elected. Hamiitoii'- friends claim his election by two thousand. Armstri.Tig and Conners, t'onservatives, are believetl to be elected to Coiigr'.s. A Lestrvtd Failure. Nkw Y'iKK, iKvmber Vi. The HtrmUti special from Naples says: "The Council of Heists and anti-Papal ra licals which uit ln-re on the ttk has tunn-d on; a deadhilure." A propix-iti.).! in favor of anollser French occupation of Rome, and an endorsement to some exteiit of the last one, ne t willi serious opjHisition in the Assemblage. LL person h pn i-uril les granan inniioned agalaal usillK an' "i Lie uanas, nmua belonging lo the STeinpliis and I otl.. I ... e II..'lr,.uill'oilllilinV ol II.) . IVMIlli- . v Mile- Owea Hesirj B. Moaoodaon, B. D. Williams, o. W. i.oodwin, A. M. lioiiald or J. I.. Meiggs, or inakinw any eoiilraits with I hem in" connect ion Willi sal. 1 r-.ud. or paying into llieli Iianiis any moneys due belonging lo said company, as all such ooaUacM, fana lers or conireiraneea made by either of lhein siii.-e Hi- li.iii oi November. 1MW. are Ulegul, ad wrl nol lie ri-coyiuzed liy the legal Board F. M. MAH AN, Pn-s"t Memphis ami Lilile Rock K. R-Oa Memphis, leu II.. O. toiler 11. iMf. .Icl- HK foilowlni: iHrsons are herehy nppoint- hldues, I lerks. and lleplliy I on)nil- slonera, m open ami mini an eieeiion m -or. Alil.rineii, loiiucilnien and oi her olllc.rs. as provided by tin- new city charter. Election Thursday, Jan. 6, 1870. M Wmd JbrO Bmd of Jtoay Yard. liepniv OMBBBissioner. Nat Miller: Judges. Junes A. NewKom.J. B. Itandall and J.J. l-owers; I'lerks. W.J. McKcon. jr., and V. T. Alwood. M H'.o-.f W. .. :frtn-,x Feed .Storr, Poj ..) afraai, Oepnlv oniniiskioncr. W. J.t;hase; ftrtgaa, '.V it Bridpea, B. W Lildlttwima and Charles sniiih : Llerks.Thoa, fox and A.K. Kdyluglon. td 1Fur4"Sqnire KtVnKml office, oh Att ains xtreet. Depnly rommlssioncr.T. 1. Adams: Judges, A. Woodwind. W. J. MCK eon and l'r. D. r. tloodyear; Clerks, I'hotuaa iarvey and W. W. UUIheft, if.'. Ward .Vo. S5 Hindi ton afr rW. Hepuiv I dm miss inner, U. W. Lincoln: Jud. s.A. T. Liiiv) . 1'. M. Hlnnle and W. B. Ureenlaw; Clerks, Daniel Kirwiu and A. BolWnf. Gtk Ward Room 20. Circuit Ct)UI Caiatr. Deputy Ciiniinlnaioncir. It. J. Boaghner; Judges, Owfl smith, Theodore Holataadll. li. Mallorv: lerks, J. M. Coleman aud Mich ael Maiievucy, jr. SC lVtrdWitiron Tttock. Main atrciU. i'l ntllv i i.nilliissioner, W. A. Melsoli; JaUges, II. It. Chttds, T. B. Noruienl and U.B. . lunch; Ch.i Us, Samuel Moore, jr., and . H. lark. 71, Want Corner Linden nml Cuuney tlx. Deputv Commissioner, 0. 1 '. Jones: Judges W. L. Si'cwa. I. 1 hns. 11. Loawood a:id John Loaguc: Clerks. K. r'osier and W.T. Vandyke. XII, Ward ( lored Church on Qninbu -it. Dapml CominlmltmiTr Wm. Tain; Jadaaa, D. T. Monsarrat, I), nan and T. Mctiis.y; i I. i k-, .1. H Siewart and Kim. ne Levi. '.', Phil Chi Del Kn r and Filth street. Deputy Commissioner, J. 1. Danlmry; Judges, w. a Ullason, C. M. War.ilg and John Knox: " lerks. J. ti. Haudwcrker and F. t". Sciiapcr. 1(I(A WtUrd Africa Ilnitei'i Church. Dei my Conimissioner, W K. Boon: JfldBBB, 11 F Uionv. W. C. Kills and las. M WltlbMaV suii; clerk's, Auguste Ulzicn ami John yuiu lan. , , , . , , , w here mere are mm anuante pnu-es m in,ii aleettnn in Hi" places designated, ihe Deputy Commissioner aud Judges will select one as close as possible. JOHN P. BoroilNKU, Commissioner of Paajili attna lor rihelby County. 510,000 for SIO ! Premium when the Classes are C&mpletc. which are new being rapidly filled up. AnvASTAiiKs The advantages of this As sociation over ordinary Liie Insurance i 'oni paniesare: No .;inii' can break il: tlieli-es .li e so small, and n iillirnl to lie paid -tl such long intervals, that any man can secure to iii family a conrpeteney upon his death. MASON. cTmUTUAL Life Assurance Association OF MEMPHIS. OFFICE No. 324 FRONT STREET. BOARD OK DIKKCTOKS: Hon. P. T. scruegs, of Scru.gs A- mnean. A. Vaeoare, Kan.., of A. Vaooaro & '.. .1. S. Btsaton, Ksi of Stanlon Moore. . iiatelielt, K., ol Bushy A lilltchett. Ed. Pickett, jr., of Messiek & Pickett, OFFICKHS: D. C. TRADER, Hres H. M. RACAN, Sec'y. H. G. TRADER, Treasurer. Dr. W. I:. HODUKS, Kxamiuing Physician. des. d w s INCORPORATED 1858. B.Lcwenstein&Bros ON MONDAY NOVEMBER 29th, We will commence soiling our Im mense Stock of STAPLE & FANCY Dry Goods AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES AT WHOLESALE LARGE CATALOGUE SALE OF FANCY GOODS, TOYS. MIRRORS, CUTLE?.Y, ETC., AT AUQTICW, WEDfiESDAY MORNING, Dec. !5th. AT 10 O'CLOt K. WCuialogne ready on day of sale. TKKMri CASH. SAl.i: POS1TTVB, GOTTLIEB & BZEKIEL Auctioneers, ilell for. Seismd anil A.lfiiiis Sts. nraciAii sdjjc ok Wheeler, Pickens & Co. fashionable furs, AT AUCTION, Thursday Morning, December 16th, . At ID OV!.Ot'K. - I i otoi-risiUR over :i loft of Mink. Krmine. Pitch, J.ir.lrrel, Heaver and Otter Capes, C. ! lars, Vl. toHnes, Pelerine?, Mulls, Cuffs, etc., etc., the wlroleto lie sold without reserve, hy GOTTLIEB & EZEXIEL. Aucfrs, dell Cor.S'-oiid and Adams Sts. DAILY SALES OP MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE, ETC., At Salesroom. rnW Mo Goods offered atanrtlon nnder ilmlt. SALE OF GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES Silver and Plated Ware jJ mtm XrVT" 2LH "V. Daily Sales at 10 o'clock in the Morning and 7 o'clock in the Evening, Kroui a splendid new stock of uoods in the aisjve Hue. from Ihe Jewelry ristao llahment of C. J. TYLER. & CO. V All good w&rraDteu f the iOauHy rep- n-!-ui4bii, ir iiit.ney retaroed. dtii HuYrtTKK, TKKZKVAyT A CO - RESIDENCE LOTS In those beautiful grounds of K. W. Ha. mi, Usi., on VAJtCZ UR, A T AUCTIO Iff, 0a TUESDAY. Deceber I4tk. U'e are directed to sWI.at public sale, to the iilgtiest bidder, from rim to on H uxDurn axii Kiimr vr.st raosr. hy a depth oi 138 feet, of theKreatly admireU itnion.il un the north .ide oi V. nice street. !e!w... -II l.uud, i dale h!. i irleans. than which nothing, in or oat of the eity Oralis, con be' more nttrnetlre for a nrst cloJa. residence. Ternu llalf cash. and U inontlts. Bills may te made to 00 at private sale, until the ubov,; date. Male atitocloeK p.m.. on the premises. ROYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO., leoi Aoetloaeen. 330 MAIN STREET. ! HOME WASHER. HOSVSE WASHER! Excollenco, Economy, Simplicity AT AUCTiCN. Executor'3 Sale of LINDEN STREET BUILDisC LOTS OBJ" LOJTO TXME. Our Entire Stock haa bten X f-V 1 - 'iS Capital, 8850,000 For Saie 100 Horses & Mules Constitutional Convention. DIGGS &. W0FF0RD S SALE AND LIVERY STABLE No. :i70 Main Street. -K havaa one hondr.-d head of llori-s and V Male 101 Mile, i.n.i will keep eaaataal y on liiiiel llorwiK and iiiles lor sale nt the low. -st markei iirice. dell NKVI1.I, JAMES. L. D. SAXTON &. CO., CONTRACTORS AND REAL ESTATE DEALERS, 252 Front St., Up-stairs, Memphis, T. nn. VllVANTAOK of eastern MMTlWHMM to do nil kinds of railroad work, erect building mid iniuliinery of every style, guar 111111 1 linnaakita rtlirn Parties wishlni to t 01 ell Koal Bsmle. .Machinery, t'ontrsclor s Siipp lies, of any de- ription, or ooulraci lor w-.rk. 1.1. : i" llulij inviled to coniuiiini cute witli us. ell STEAMS0AT5. The New Postage Stamps. WtfBMN lhwinlK-r 1:5. The Podtoitice Ik'Hiirtiiiotil has miule its x-loct ions ol JsiKiis for tifv seri of I sIhihiis: Oni-ei'iil. Franklin: twoeents. Jasdrann: IhrHe. BMsiK. WMUnrti in : Kor Heieua, Mariana, li-ulison .And WitUbure Lincoln; t'ti cents, jt-fii FOR ST. FRANCIS HI V Ell. Mempiiis and St. Francis River Tues day Packet. si -V 1 -en is. son; twelve ceota, CiSy; fifteen cents, Welmter; t vwnty-Xuur COtltM, Scott; thinv cent, Hamilton; forty cent.-, O. li. Perry. not ions a of tlie and lu i in- m oiijjr o! tin The War in South America. LlslioX, December 13. The rsteiimer from MR Janeiro ha arrived with ii;it.-s to the 23d of November. The allietl army had moved noon andcaii tured, one aAW Maotlier, Payly. I'urntrinitty, and olle i' Lronxholdn of the I'arairHyans, kiliiii";, wounding mid Ukiii prisoners nearly four hun dred of the eip-my, eajiturinK htr;;e amount of war material. Over 9M Buuilil - w.-re restored to liberty. At he-' accounts thealuei were mueuag -arrv TELEial? -IPrtlC MARKETS. Xkw "i. riitio-r be tdopted a constitution, ro-l in in form, and by its provis- i surin? the rights of all citizens j I'uitisl Sutler la-lore the law, j I in all reiccts complied with luireinents of the several acts of m Brvvldiag for recoustrui tioii lateiiisurrwtionary Steles; and "Wli.-re.iS. lne i. . HiLTi-vi oj the i Mit.1l states have neeivei a-u- raini-s, and are as.-urcl, that the peo p,c of Virginia, ejecially thie here toore in insurrection agaiimt the 1 iiit-il Mates, have reuoun--ed all .1.,:... ..1 ativ riflit to secession as a siaU- an' ihat they are now well dis- on last outpost of Lope 1 ,jseJUiti.e(e.vernmenioiuie 1 must isuttes,and will support and defead the Constitution thertof, and will ,,nt thi- nrnV;- 01. s 01 vuu- ion submitUd under me reeou- tructiou acts of Conirress 11 ratmeu by the people of Virginia in the letter aii. 1 -Id! it; therefore li. ohxl. That the State of ir giuui entitled to representation 111 taeCongreai of the I alted Mate-. The.se several propositions were re fcrrtsl to the Coiniiiittee on Keeon atraetioo, w ho meet ouTu-jsday morn injr, and were ordered printed. Ir. Peters ottered a resolution de-eaari.-ig that the sentiment of the liou-e accorda with the Presidents opinion that a renewal of the recip roeity treaty w ith the Brttiah Poviaoea woui'd be waolly in their favor, and rfhould not be lavorably eoaaiderad. Tbe liou-e reavied to table the reo 1 , ; j j., xo 40, generally a party vote and in-n adopted a concurrent r.-01'utioit, adjouruiug Cougrens from lieix-.iilr Z1 to January h. Mr Butler, of Massachusetts, of fered a resolution instructing the Com mitlee 011 Ways and Means to pre nare and report a bill iorthw ith to Emm the taxation of incomes derived The new and el'-gnnt Mldewbeel Passenger Fstket, FRANCIS, ......Haui C. I'alne, Clerk SAINT CapL T. It. Bowman ''"ILF. leave Memphis for H'r'.I- V EHA, L'AKQiriLLK and M -. KRAS I KiVKRS even- TL'KSD u'cluclt p.m. I.A11KY HA KMHTA 0. Asent. AKKANSAS RIVER LINK. lull. 1- sun ml isugar .irk IfleHeli.'J llius- . . ..; ii .7. iliscoonL 11 r,.:u-y lo-.luy fr.nu bw Onaeaja, Over lave run I eouslil- - . ....i.i lower 1.1 lC4. Clearaaoaa tpmi lower, . l.isinK er OiJ Teunessew C1SCINKATL issati. DaaaaalMt 13. Floor Family, liS Wheat II Utt&l 10. Corn, new "ira aaaf Cotton flrnier 111. .I'll 11. k 5. "wiiisky wref.Mt l'orlt till uu. rr.,... 1.1-r 1-iV.: sldi-s l&ja, Iti. Ba-iin , r 14.1 udes I7,.. iis,,e. Hams 21.-.. '" ,. T.,l.i..s-, sales ' hii.is '-' ' i. ty 7.11 Hi Uye9vHje. Memphis and Arkansas River Packet Company. -vCU. S. Mail Line. r?S Winter Arvn iisomciit F'ORTHK PURSUIT AM) PPBOW TBM ;;-.. . jl -I wnt-i 111H11- Ark ansa., river, Uie Mem phis ami Aikansas Itiver I'aekel t'.mipany will run regularly the fol liiwlni! fle.-i ol new and elegimt Hull!-. Iran sU-ttniers, lo li.-i-.iinin.nliile t lie lusiu-ss of the river. LSAVUKi WUtfVUB FOR LITTLE ROCK, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS 4. SATURDAYS, J.! 3 X.7t7U.., STEA M KH4 TH08. H. Atl-EN Reese PrtWbnr.l, master H RY BOYD Ilnynes, master W. A. t'AI.UVVEl.l annul, mmmif OZ VRK Ad..81oriu, master GUIDON. Clay lUoe, Muster Conneetlnx at Utile Roek, for Fort Smith, h the entirely new and eleuani passenger puekets DARDKMEU4F Win. B. Nowiand, master FORT OIBHON Smith, muster Thenee connecting with the very lignt-.lrait paeket FORT SMITH Ed. Malone. muster l or Fort Gll4ih. . , 1. F.i Ireight or passage apply on lKsr.l, or at. Company's office, Stanlon Block, o. ftla.l.oa si r el. IiiHN I. Ali.oiH, I'resiueni. W. II. KEXNEilAY, Agent. Louisville, LOl'ISMLLl!.. Iiecembcr 11. - 'otton-mid u.ru iH 2",m1I) 3U. Tobaiax del BAKGE FOH SALE. it Staten bonaji oy me reoion the same ground ovided for the payment from railroaits ana Ol la"- - ., , ,1,., !o tu.., -r eornoraiiiiu uuiius umi .."v ir cem. income La 11 shoulders sides us. Flour , I Hits .'si. 75. Ham V "ri- otht shall be deducted from the interest on all gov- ' tin ii:,.Li:, . iib. ST. LOl'IS. sr. Loris. December Li -Floor Fall super, S3 s7' j iiM mi. W 11 eat No 2. Spring Si. Corn yelloW SftaSi. Oala 51i0ot, KyeSi. Whisky o n saijE. THE A NO. I MODEL BARGE, MESSENGER, 140 Feet Long, 24 Feet Beam, 4 Feet Hold. fN thorough repair dockod last sampler. 1 The above Barge will I,,- -ol.) cheap. Apply to HicH'D W. I.IOHTBCRNK, dell Jc-Uersou street. 1 are hereiiy appointed la even nut hold an .-le. lion lor ileU-gllles ill incunnni ii fat the miuiaslmrinl oi the Constitution ol the Slai v "i 'r.-uness e, Election to be held on the Third Saturday 1 18th in December. Uf Ditto t -At Stephen Hnttili'x. R. M. Bond, DepntT Go m nlleiloner ; Q. W. Tnorn,J. Health, J. Hnnhea, Judges; it. w. Ricks, C. Mi Frii-,1, Clerks. "d DuttrietAt Xelson'n. V P York, Depntv OotmnleeloBer: A. n. Renter, T. R. Nelson, W. 8. WooHn, Judges; W. C. VYnid, W. T. Neison, Clerks. 3d ItitQci I Botton't Smtr W J. A. Belt Deputy Own i a lea Inner; Si L Wvnne. N. B sparks, V;. M. ilatemiin. Judges; Bcnj. F. ITnnnan, H. Remliert, Clerks. 4i District Al Old Cnion Church. Tim-. U iil Peenty ComiulKsioner; las. Oenuel. E. li. Harold, A. MeSoytlt, Judges; W. Leftwicli, J. W. Can oil. Clerks. ift District At llalicijh. W. H. Moncrlef, Depuiy Cnminl-sioner; II. It. Wllliford, Tlios. li. Ward, U. U Nickels, .Iwlp s; II. W. l'ryor, 11. K. Miller, Clerka. 7th IttrictAt Uartlrtf. E. W. Ceidwell, Deputy Commissioner; W. IS Willlainsou. W. llaiuelton, 1. It. Mercer, Judge-; W. J. Ward, Ai Mercer, clerks. s(i lixt:-icl Ai Shcllo Depot. I,. McMulliiis, Depuiy i onuiiissioner ; Wm. UrUBn,SUaa Wneiry, C. B. English, Judges; I. M. Williauis, W. V. TbOtapeOa, Clelks. '.ith District At Fitherrilte. W. li. Webber, Deputy Com no bar toner; J. M. Brooks, W. S. Baxter, J. W. Morris, Judges; W. II. 1-nd.iy, O. M. strong. Clerks. lufn District At Cotliervilte. H. Irliy, Deputy Coiuiuissiouer; J. M. Flem ing Jesse Applewhite, J.O. M.xire, Judges; A. s. sirutlon, J. W. Keon, Clerks. 11M JistrirtAt Germantown. L. A Rhode-, Deputy Commissioner; It. W. ir,. I. C. Calils, J. V. Wenford, Jndges; M. P. Webb, Win. Carter, Qerfca. l-2lh ilrictAl Mcchnnicsvillc. D. Fcursou, Deputy Commisnioiier; J. W. Khun, W. M. Moore, wm. 1'onnell, Jujges; al. . Redford, T. P. Lewis, Clerks. I8H District At Arnold's. E.C. Stephenson, Depuiy ouiniissioner; W. I I. l.undy, W. A. Dooly. J. W. Levi, Judgis; K. i P. lsaoly, U. M. S. Willlainsou, Clerks. Mtt District At WktUft Stiiion. j. o. Harvey. lepuly Commissioner; J. H. Unodlet, W. It. Home, A. V. Moore, Judges; A. J. Brooks, A. O. Gates, Cleiks. ITA District At .' nml's chur-h. T D Mnssey, Depuiy l onimissloner; J, Massey, A. M. stout, A. C. Koark, Judges; T. M. iexuuder. Roht. Stone, Clerks. Ci'I Y. 1st Ward North end Navy Yard. Jus A. Newsoni, Deputy Coininissiouer; J. E. Handle, O. Dwyer, .1. Olancey, Judges; L. i . Baogh, F. T. Atwood, Clerks, if WurdOtrner Washington and Fourth Streets. Oeorge (iillls.ne. Deputy Commissioner; R. W Mghlhurne.T. J. Canipts-ll, W.J. Chase, Judges; TJta. Joyce.A. K. Edgir.gt. in, Clerks. M v,;l BmhA Ofliee. W E. liaircli. Depuiy Coininissiouer; Jas. j Booth. W- ' M.-Ke.in, J. A. Siiiialgu, Judges; i Henry Scbra.ler, W. A. Melsoii, Clerks. 4A Ward Corner Madison ami Thod fits. I T Cartwrigiit, Depuiy Commissioner; A. T 'unr 1. M. Stanley, W. W. Coa iiuin, Judges; Dsn Klrwan, A. Holblng, Clerks. Tyth Ward Circuit Court House. T W O'lMinnell, Deputy CouuniioK.ner; .1. C Hoist OweuStiiiih..lauii.-sFogarl, Judges; W. W. Gilbert, John D. Bulrd, Clerks, M Ward Vomer Talbert and Mulberry Streets. H B. Chiles, Deputy Corombwioner; P. A. CicKlli Tlios. B. N'orinenl, !. Halstead, Judges; W. U. Clartf, Sain Mcxire, Jr., Clerks. TA Ward Corner Linden and Causey Sts. in. t tlood. Deuuly Coininissiouer; W. 1.. 1 Stewart, W. Davidson, L. H.-irmstad, Judges; F.JFoeter, C. J. Jones. Clerks. BM irdril Church, Quinby Avenue. D T. Monwirral. Deputy Commissioner: H. B Holt, D. Pante, T. McOeoy, Judges; J. D. Siewart, Eugene Levy, Clerks. MA H'nrif Corner Kerr and Fifth Streets. I W. B. Ullsson, Deputy Commissioner; C. M. i Wutdlg. J. Danuury, John Hering, Jndges; J. ; li. Handwerker, F. C Scdiaper, Clerks. lOfA Ward Africa liailcy Church. J. F. BOZEMAN President D. K. WILLCOX SkCRKTABY Conlimies to famish js rfect security apoinst Jo or tlamaue hy Jlrc on oil kinds uj iiuumW. jn-j -erty, tit adequate rates. Agents can lie found nt every prominent point In the Southern States, lo whom appli cations for insurance may be made. Apply to W. H. MOORE, AGENT, 293 MAIN STREET, noil (With German National Bank). PLANTERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, TENN., Office : Cor. Madison and Second. J. fi. LONSDALE. President. 0. H. TOWNSEND, Vice-President. WALTER A. GOODMAN, Secretary. J. 6. LONSDALE, Jr., Ass't Secreiary. MARKED DOWN Ail thoso wishing to secure Great Bargains Should not fhil to call before making j their purchases. B. Lowenstein & Bros. Main and Jefferson Sts.. Entrance to W.'ioiesale Department. 244 Main Street. We oner Special lodaaaaHHi to Country Merchants. mmmi i MIK -rm, Is-Ioiming to the i stateof P. G. i.sslUK-, d,-ce;t .1, lying Ihree miles i of Forrest Ctty. Ark., containln!; rju .130 cleared; will Is .ld to hivhil -r, nt Madlaon, Ark., WKHNI5SOAY, 1K--ur 13. isi2l. A. T. IIOOOI oF,. Adm'r. ()N A s bom feet. Terms ine 'nlerest. and i lisymeuU. Si eS. Will I'll it h of with xjlld tuil- HARDWARE. WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Paris iflantei Clocks AND SIDE PIECES. A coil, reiiabi by every hou--if ilty mVHi 1 1 easily and is every well o attiaC Hirer vi' II ! Warranted in eeoi iMeiii.ii. Always n roeau ol the UOMK . ' l.. -7ii Second -l i . at W N'.,rth4jairtli sfr, Orders by m iil l lion: anen la wanted n i iniiies Wrincer. ii" . a-aehuig ntiwhlneto want' i keeper. A aaa Line tlial will ne, labor and clothes, wo-1. lurnbie, will l.- purciiasetl . iiiinir.ed family. Such a ma tlie Wa;iier, piii ii.-.iliir to erive satis nneratlon al ii:.- Wa ro ll A IS' UFA! irraiNU empbia, Ten a.; alan, U.-t. Isni. Mo. ee. i . i- pr.anpl .-.Iteil-I tl-.e uade Mippllcl nie ami retail. M FURHiTURE. CARPETS, COTTON GINS! ALLISON BROS., HOLE AGENTS FOR E. C A FIVER & CO. '3 IMPROVED COTTON GIN WHOLESALE OKAI.EKH IN HARDWARE IRON, GUNS, CUTLERY, Etc.. 270 FRONT STREET, Mr:MPHI8, : : TENNESSEE. Royster. Trercvant &, Co., Aactiarccrs. de-l Adams Street Resittencs at Par emntory PuWic Sale. 1 l-E nre direeted to dispone ol the Brief V Iluildiug situated u the illi side.il ti. pot. The sale Is perempi. ry. ii.e pn-p- rly call Is- ,-xsmined lieli.re n.e sae, which will be on the premises, at 'A p.m.. Thursday, December 16th. TEAMS Third cash, a, 1? nml IS months, with intrust, and tru-t.leed upon the pr.'p . rty s,:d e lepeal. in uriier not to ie over looked. Ihut the sale Is ositive and pe einplory. Till per:..t. KOY.1Ti.lt, TIIEZEVANT .t noJS Atiettoiu-en. STOVES, ETC. f Iron. Ml F. D. BARNUM & CO. Oil! firm Pooley, Barnura & Co., 265 MAIN STREET, COR. COURT mnKCTOKS ; D. H. Town-send, J. G. LONSlIAI.k, ti. V. ItAMMAl-T, i). t. Ptnrrnm, CI. Pllll.t-IFS. A. Vaiicaro. M. J. Wicks, .i. .1. m-siiT, E. Mkvkk, H. F. McN-UTT, J. P. Frank, H. F. IlAKiiiatT, J. C. X k i E. J. Taylor, New & Rich Jewelry. A New and Elegant SLock just re ceived by E. FEGAN, 260 Second SL Vincent Block, Which I propose to Cheap for CASH. OLAXTEKSor merchants desiKnlna to par 1 clinve Gin Sl.-iiid" will do well to hear in mind tln.t we ure s-ile A-j.-uts for " h. CAB VKR fO.X" IMPP.OVEll I'llTTON '.IMS. Theunenunl. d t' auty of the staple of cotton cmned on lhese -.n il known Gin Stan..s. the i lehtn.-sa of their improved running ear. In-i-rt-ised yield of lnt, and many otner ac kiiowleda. o ;id.u?!aes, m ike th, m more desirable than In foriuerye.irs, when, as ni', they were the ravorite. PLANING MILL de!2 Gayoso Planing Mills No. 212 Adams Street CHARTER OAK STOVE CATECHISM : Qeifton. Who made the Oral l iiarter Oak rttoveT .Ouirer.-O. F. Filler, of St. Lonia. J. When wasit first madef A . I u t lie year HCa. u. Are they Kood Stovm? .-The - best m Ihe world." o.-llow re they madeT J.-FrointbelsM'ins V.-Whosas He v i.n A. All those ihat use y.-How many were s.-intti' were u,s. sum. V. How many out of that number railed? A. Not oii. (J. Who sella the genuine Charter Oak in McmphlsT A. T. f. 8CUABEI.& CO.. 227 MA Ot ST. Q. Are tbere nnitAti.n slo es mt'iu ,t:m ? .-Yea; plenty of them. Q. How ran purchasers tell th-: genuine? A.Jly -eeint the name oi y. Fllley on each Stove, (.How should part'.j order tlicro? A. Tell your mercnaut to t;el Filie -. O. Does J. F. Hcuabei. Co. have a good stock? A. Yet; then sell them al WhUrsnle tmd Re tau. ami ken TJJf WAKE, CASTiSUH, eU., in tjoud supply. J. F. SCHABEL & CO., NO. 227 MAIN STREET, MEMPHIS, au!7 Solo Agents. Maiuifae'.nres all kinds FAMILY SUPPLIES. N. R Slki.'.k. This l.'ompany is prepared to do a general Fire anil Marine itoaineaa. "UgS HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY OF MEMPHIS, OFFIUE: No. 17 MADISON STREET. SEED STORE. R. S. H. DUNSC0M8, W. B President. F. M. NELSON, W. Stcretary. GAL3REATH Vice-Presltient. B. KALLORY, Ass't Secretary. DIRECTORS : s. ii. nrNsooMB, jok hrucf. K V ItlSK. W. H. OAl.HRF. TH, I JONF. A. VACCAltO, D. 11. ToWN8ESr. LOUIS HAJiAL F.R, N. FONTAINE. INSURES AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE, MA jy 10 KISS A US M YFR RISKS. CHEAPEST FUEL Now Ored in this Market ! JOHN LILLY, MAIN STREET, nEALEK in Staple mid Fancy Groceries, u'lnx. inil l.ioiiiirs. Has now on hand a complete stock ol Hie liei-t iuality of a.Hsis, both foreign and domestic, to which he li-i-e ts tin- atu-nliou of bis li lends aud the pun He . , i Tlie following goods kept always on hand: Prepared French Mustard, by the keg. Worcestershire Sauce, by the gallon. Tomato Catsup, by the gailon. tellies. Assorted, in 5 lb. cans. Oai Meal. Yarmouth Bloaters. Cracked Wheat. Wm. Younger Scotch Ale. Guinnesaflwubiin Stout. Choicest Black and Green Teas. Fine OiU Cognac Brandy. Old Whiskies. Old Port and Sherry Wines. JOHN LILLY, Sit Mains!., dcIO Near Union. SPICER Sl SHARPE, 354 Main St., Magevnev Block, 4 MS KKCKIVINO FRESH GOODS, DAILY, JV by river and rail. By late arrivals we have a Iresh supply of Borden's Condeiiwil Milk the celebrated EA- i.i.t. bruiid -HW dozen; New Louisiana Sugars und Molasses; New Buck w Ileal; New sweet Roll Butter; also, Goshen Butter; New GoUleu Syrups; New Carolina Rice; Pig's Feet, Hams and Lard; shaker Preserves; All varieties of new Canned Gooos; Mc-s Mackerel and Codfish; North Carolina Herrings; Fine Toilet Soap; choice Coffees and Teas. now CARPENTER'S WORK, And keep for sale a lirge stock of Sashes. Glazed and Unylazed, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings, In great variety; also, Mautles. Ventilators, Brackets, Cornice and .-rull Work: also, stair Work. Newi I Posts, Hand Ittiil and Ilal- liist.-rs, ruble L.-fes, Slieii Balliistr'rs, e'.e.; AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS 000R AND WINDOW FRAMES. GARDEN ArJD GRASS SEED, f ERTILIZERS G. CRAIG 8l CO., 379 MAiN STREET, MEMPHIS, : : : : TENNESSEE DF.ALF.ItS IN THE FAVORITF Is guarantee to be In fell retfeets a FIRST-CLASS COOK STOVE. Call and examine then). For sale by T. Bt. J UKJBS, .:js Ss iinil -stris-t e Rooflnz, GutterinK and General Work solicited and promptly executed, oc AMD AUENTS WOK BUINLY l'LOWS. K.G. CRAIO CO.. deli daw X!9 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. FOR REft-T. I iresse.1 Flooring, l eillliKund Weallier Board !nn. I in lis and SlniiBies. All our work is niade.it I be Best Materials, and Warranted as Represented. Ours is a Home Manufactory, and vie chal lenge competition, bath in quality and price, from anywhere. Send for Price List and try us. no28 dtw RUSSELL, FARRIS & CO. THF.IH accumulated slock having lieen nwhufr' d. The Memphis Gaslight Co. Have advanced the pi Ice or.COKK lo TW I N 1TOKNTH PKK 111 slIU,, at wliich tate it Is cheaper tnau FITTBBTjnG ICOAIi AT SEVENTY-FIVE CTS. PER BARREL Orders will be lakeii ut tbe Company's oiiu c, aud by Coal Healers generally, tiled, and tilled ill the order tiny are rn-. n.'l. Come, First Served ! SPICKR A SH XKPK. riMIF. LOCKllAKT PLANTATION, NF.AIt I bun Bower LunJliit. i.oauoma couniy. Mississippi, will l- rented tor the year a ee debars per aere. There are four hun dred acres .il . lei red lend, Patk of it high and of supei lor quality, wit ha new ginhousc, wo iron-tui'. 'l wells with pumps, and sum- cient iiewe.i-if.K it neiii.-nts to uccoiuluoduii a family and the l ibon-rs. A ijood tenant ctn iiave the privileff of i paying one-half tlie tirsl yeiir's rent with re- : pairaand nuprov. nieiiis, anek a may be ae-oninpllsli.-.l with Held kaiicla, and of contiu- ! uing ids coin met for several years. Apply to th. subscriber at snntlower Tiin.i ine" 11. 1 . ( llAMitKlls. Qeeemher 8. UK. del2 DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. raUt lirm of linwilali 1 Oltl. Vs. ni- ottw I !. Louis Mutual Lite Insui all'-t'.im-pnuy," is thii da'", by nintual nereeiiieni, dis solved N. rt. OWs williiitawiiis;. J. li. LONSH M.K, M-WroN M.OTIS. Mkmi-his, Dteenils r 1, '. J.T. FAKG ASON. C. C. ( LAY FARGASON&CLAY, Wholesale GTrocers, AJD COTTON FACTORS, 330 Front Street Terms Cash. Wemphis, Tenn. BOOTS AND SHOES. New Firm New Goods S0UTHW0RTrT& THAYER, STRICTIiT WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Boots, Shoes & Hafs 199 Main St. Memphis. At competing prices with any other Market. Goons Sold only to Mkr cbasts. Satisfaction guaranteed in er ery instance. cstltw G00DBAR & 6ILLILAND, Exclusive Wholesale Dealers in SOOTS AND SHOES HATS AND CAPS, Ml MAIN STREET. WEBSTER BLOCK, Memphis, Tennessee. We are now receiving our fall stock, the ! arrest we have ever oflered to the trade. Mkbchants will And it to their latere!. U examine before buying. angll First d.-u NOTICE. N OTICE ls hereby given to the Stockhold ers of the Obrma-n" National Bask of Mkmphis. that the annual election for lit rectors lakes place, at Ihe Bank, No. i93 Main W F McLefresli, Depnty Commissioner: T. I slreet, between tbe hours of 10 o clock a.tu. T Wright. W.C. Kills, James M. Williamson, and 1 o'clock p.m., Judges; .!. M. Boon, August Bizien, clerks. Election for Constables and Justices will l i held at Ine same II mo and places, lieputy i - . Coin in Issionera will call at my offlre and be Stockboldera can vote either in person or onallfled. JOHN P. BOUUHNEK, by proxy. ., . ,,... .-, uo Coui'r ol UegUtr'u for Whelby couuty, d MARTIN 0R1FFIN, Cashier. To' the Stockholders of the Memphis Gayoso Gas Company. rpHOSE that havo len snl will pleaae J come forward promptly, und pay theeailr tbat have been made, aud suits will be dis missed. I'tfii-.- southwest corner oi Main and Jeuer son streets oei IOHN IK1NOVAN. President- cikiir). IN withdraw ing irom tin- Agency of iho "St. Louis Mut n il Life Insnranee Company," I deem it due my Iriellil . :uid huse "! :i.e - pauy. lo reUtrn my warmest tlianks :or peel conudoncc, liopii.it t tin i 't miiu i e.nititiu, ,i tome in the dltfereni sphere of business I shall be engnged IB; while I troatnrenewed and Increased pal rouage i.u.y be iitsl. w .1 on Uie Company I haveau lot.it represented. lX-cemiwr I, UOk N. ft. Ol I- On the llth Day of January Next. Choice Home at a Bargain. SOT My pinte near Germantown, Tenn.. Is for sale. It contains about Ninety Actcs, ahoul Sixty open and In cultivation, the bal ance In timber; orchards of choice Irult, Ap ples, Peac'.ies, Pears, etc. This place fronts on Memphis and Charleston Itailroad, about one-uuarler of a mile from tne urpoi. very comfortable Dwelling sury out-bulldlngs. The location la particularly InvlHng to tlie business men of the city. I am determined to sell and feel satisfled that the price aud terms can be made satisfactory to the pur chaser. I will take pleasure In showing tbe place to any who may favor me with a call. I. M, WOODsiO.N, NEW r"siiE nnder gued I the public that tl General .-state AKriiti Life Insurance ' 'mm i see, North Misstselpi Ainliauia, to dale Iroi and style of tir.u, J. 1 35ST aC J.i J. ' .1. North : name. TRUST SALE. ) Y virtue of a Trust D.-e.l io me execnteilby 1 f JOllIl the -Jlth in the Be Book No. 1 . HllpMlll, "11 iuly rec.r. lt d iiy ctiunly, in j . yn, i w u i . .-.I with all neoea- to the highest nidder, for ci Tuesday, the llth of January. 1870, nolU At 12 o'clock m.. on the premises, the twenty-four-and-a-half acre tract of land, fully de scribed In the Trust Deelmeiitioue.i above, to which reference ls nerv made for further and particular description of the same. The right of redemption is specially waived in said Trust Deed, and the title is perfect, but I ouly convey as trustee. MOKRIM DOYLE, Trustee. Ilanaou, Swlngley & Dashlell, Att'ys. del ever been our pleasure to oni r to ine -rV ' and to first-class buyers we a.e prepared to inducemecta that "an not be surpassed. 600 sacks Rio Coffee ali iratles; 600 barrels Kfninod Hujrsr all jrriules; 150 tihJs. Louisiana Sugar alt gnuiea; 500 packages Syrups aud MolaaaoM all grades; . 100 kegs English Soda; 200 boxes Bngliah Soda; 10O0 iiaekages New M.tckerel; 600 packages Virginia To'n.i. nr' 60 barrels Rotriuaon Couniy Whisky; M " Bourlani Whisky; Recti Ue,l Whisky; 70 " Tettuteo Wliiu Whisky; 100 boxes JSsvyer Rai-ins; 60 Isixcs assorted Nuts; 100 cases Sardiuex; 100 eases Brandy Cherries and PHacliea. Kor sale by KAUUASON A 'L. Y, aes 330 Front Su-.-et. IMSANE ASYLUM ST. VINCKNT'S INST1TUT INSANE, St. Louis Mo. 1 was founded by tbe winter s NOTICE Office Misstssippt Vj Com pas y oft Nxw oai -VTOTICE is hereby ION a-sbt. r . l!. ki at the office. No. 118 Twentieth Day of December, 1869, AT SIX O'CLOCK P.M. Holders of certificates of Stock are request ed to praaent them at the office before that dale for identification, and those holiiliiK re ceipts for full paid shares will receive certifi cates ef stuck for the same, on presentation. dell CHARLES R. BENTON. Secretary and Treasurer. Plantation for Rent FOR THE .'OR the ens ' Half of I my Undivided Place, situated n-.i . near Bleu- aljtfcRiu'tt!' JOHN 1. RICH, frumcui iwuib 1-" "i