MEMPHIS, TJSNN., THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 30, 1873.
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. 0 KAiLitoAD cojipaivy. tw m mmw it VIlMivVffl W 901 tg$iI93 if
Ho fors ve can learu, there arc now
lHwren ilvc nud six hundred cases of
iVStow-fevcr under treatment,
Jtlinu half the number being in charge of
illio Howard association, and there were
.altogether eleven new cases reported
.yesterday, the deaths from Uirj pest
Iw'ug nine, and nine from other causes,
BKtKtng a total or eighteen. This is not
n very cheerful showing of itself, but,
the weather considered, and after con
notation with nearly all our physicians,
tWe board of health has thought it proper
to declare the yp.llow-fever no longer
epidemic, and that, complying with
erti( conditions, absentees may re
" llWJi to theln homes.
Hie Legislative Proceedings tforcnn
Unseated XolhiDg "Dono at
$1200 per Day.
last of the Ureat Stokcs-Fisk Murder
C sc in New York Charge of
Itievith sincere pleasure we announce
the stwuly subsidence of the yellow-fe-wr.
Though we are not yet relieved of
Jts presence, and there are many hun
lred;suflerers still in our midst, we have
Alwndaat cause for gratitude to God that
the scourge is abating. The last eeven
weeks seom like an age, so intense hss
ueeM tne strain and so rerf
rible the pressure upon all
classes of our people. They have been
weeks of sad and terrible experiences,
m me of which can ever be forgotten
by the participants. But, thank God,
thy liave prtssed, aud that we are now
xbJe clearly bo bee our way to the end.
"We hope tftore will not be any more
lutw cases,, and to that end we urge
HIMHi absentees to disinfect aud ventilate
ilwir re? deneca thoroughly before occu
pying t'aeuu "We cannot be too careful,
in vievr of the large number of existing
vjhso, aud the fact that they are to le
'wud In every part of the city, our citi
zens returning to theirhomcs will have to
ex ircAae the utmost stretch of care. Let
isi c thaukfal that the worst has passed
that the terrible pestilence has but
m few day we hope hours to live in
Verdict of llic Jury: "Guilty
Jlanslnnghter" -Sentence :
Four Years in the
more i r?ifij tu ,ni,ewM
Jackson, October 29. Duncan wears
! a wreath of laurel inasmuch as lite old-
time loo, Morgan, has been to-day un-1 Verdict of the Jury: "Guilty of
seated. 2o more is Morgan senator.
The proceedings were not of the quietest
kind in the afternoon session. Several
senators left under the impression that
the seuate had adjourned. Several as
sistant sergeauts-at-arm8 were appointed
i,uu luo euiora re-appeareu. lo sum tip New Youir, October 29. The judge!
luu uute j.roceeuiugs musiar tneyuave charge terminated at forty-five minutes
accomplished nothing, at the rate of past four o'clock this evening, having
iele uuuureu uouars per aay. The lasted exactlv three hour. Mr. Tfp
excitement around the capitol during maine then took special exception
the day has been intense. It is reported his honor's condemnation of what
mat tno united estates Ueputy-maiehal called emotional insanity. Judge Davis
is on nana witn warrents for the arrest said he used the very lancuaee of the
of several senators, which will take court of anneals. Mr. Tremai nn mill tin
them from their seats and prevent a specially ohjected to the expression
quorum. The house meets twice daily, that the evidence of insanity was very
men aujourns, ana listen to the senate's meagre, aud asked to have the question
debates and so on,
Bankrupts aud Bank-Fiends Irving
the Self-Accused Nathan
submitted to the jury.
Judge Davis said he had submitted it
to them witliiu the law.
Mr. Tremaine also took exception to
the remark that insanity as a rule in
volves delusion, and that the prisoner
Wnrdprr J laeas seemed to have been based upon
reality; ana to nis nonor saying tne other
holes In the cloak, besides the four in
Uur missionary. Bare uvrafffforjfltbe breast, were not particularly mate
liunaiu ior.. a; jauruererjii a rial, as It was not claimed that the fatal
Ltc, Ktc, etc. 1 wound was made through any, of these.
At the conclusion of Tremainc's. ex
New YokiT. October SO. Proceedtrlnsl ceptlons, the case was given to the jury
have been begun to throw into Dank- who retired, and at twenty-five minutes
rupicy tne nrmp.i ioug ec t;ft, con- past ten o'elockj-cnt for JudgeDavis, lo
whicli'broke down,Iast summer! with
The tsonate committee on trausporta
ikMi will convene to-day at St. Iouis,
awj will, -Ac arc adviBel by telegraph,
I therp'ighly taken in hand by the
nierebajQts or that city. If opportunity
oilers, the iiec-ple of St. Louis may feel
assured Memphis will support her in
every flJbrt to secure for the Mississippi
nver precedence, as the best, because
the natural iwtlot for the- freights of the
nirw if Fisk has again been
fouftd guflty, tli', tinieofniaiislaughter,
uh; K!saiiy ky wjiicIi is four years tt
iuot lalw jh the penitentiary. We
I -nil that u e will care again to run the
j csk of the gallows.. We, therefore, an
;i"ipate hi? acquiescence in this verdict,
nni, sincf . he has but liUle hope or par
iau at tht! hands of Governor Dix, that
'ie will at ease find his place at Sing
sing er Albany, aud tbtre serve out his
lerid iike any other convict. ExU
MhSi i i?'rv- L 1 rte'i1 1U" William Wiudom, chairman, will con
r f fflii i?i3 l f a?-e vcue at 11,0 ulhefa hotel here lo
Iet0U 18 331(1 10 011 Ll3 morrow. The merl'hauU' exchange
Indiau A tcoant or the Yellowstone
iSit-A Bather Thick Story.
lJ';h of Experience from Colonel
Stanley's Lips Other Indian
Washington, October SO. Colonel
I. S. Stanley, under date of Fort Sully,
October 11th, reports thefollowincastbe
1 ndian account of the fight on theYellow
ftone, in August last: After the return
or the expedition, Little White Swan, a
Afi..i, . 1 r ... '
.MuucwurjuH uuiei, irienury to, ana
who has lived at the Oipvump 9TOin.
.Tor the last six years, called young An
twne Clement to a resist The latter
was in the fight at Big Horn, as a scout
mi niir faiilo Wl.iQ iT i.i m .
that ur young n'.eu -who participated
iu the attack, h?l leu to see him, aud
raid that the Indians had lost four killed
aud twelve wounded in the two engage
ments; also that thirty-five pioneers
iiucciiuu kuiw or uaa uiea since
-iiatoue or the -wounded had died, aud
uiaiouiera wvuld probably die. Th
ieaaets in tha attack were Bed Ear.
o of Jjrnile and Bull without
hair, a Miuneoouvocr. Bed Kara
irawti rations at the Cheyenne agency.
The If .diaue engaged were eight or ten
I.uiMl'.ed btroug, with a very few Uuxo-
WvvseH. jxjur uoz, an LnxoDaDoose.
wr,t to see Sitting Bull, who refased lo
joi u the war-party, Eayiug that his prom
ise lol'ereDeSmet was "medicine."
and that he would not light unless at
tacked. After Colonel Custar's move
meat had drawn I hem across the Yel
lowstone rivti ! south hide, thev
MKiim no bullaii'. .mo as auteloi have
i t-atly all died tins summer, tlie hostile
anin was compelled by starvation to go
i hiteClay, Spotted'Tail's agency, for
rations, whero they are now. The In
dians said they had serit runners after
the Ogalhtllos, but fount! the latteraway
."fter the I'awuees.
Cokrnel Stauley iu conclusion sav:
I give this Indiau ttory for what it is
worth. Myexperiauce ia that lhoKinnx-
t nerally give a pretty correct account
i-i meir joses; v-&y may, however,
vuiiidu mem. very ingu prices arc
h"iugiid for m ales at White Clay, and
the Indians fjy they can get all tbe
iiKsliester rilles and amunition they
deaiwat t'at place." Colonel Stanliy
:ilo reiotB, under date or Grand River
Mauou, octolwr th, that a small party
r Italians, apparently from a hostile
&Cjp on the Yellowstone, attacked
iueuderson the day previous and at
tempted ' to ride oil a herd. Theie was
considerable firing between the piirties,
"xit no one was hurt, and nothing taken.
The tarty making the dash divided into
nc of four and one of six Indians,
with a larger force at some distance, par
tially concealed. In this dispatch Stan
ley also reports that the Sans Arcs aud
I nx&papoos engaged iu the Yellowstone
fight had watched for over four days for
an opportunity to attack the Yellow
Lieutenant-Colonel Merrill, of the
iiinth cavalry, reports from Fort Con
cho, Texas, that tne Indians made their
apiearance in the counties or Coleman,
Brown and Bunuells, and have been
stealing stock. Lieutenant Lebo, ot the
ten h cavalry, while on the way from
Fort Concho to Fort Richardson, recap
tured from the Indiausa herd of sixteen
stolen horses, but the Indians, live in
number, who were driving them suc
ceeded in making their escape. lie says
the Indians now iuresting that country
are probably from the Fort Stanton res
ervation and other portions or New Mex
ico, following the buffaloes as they come
Another Mlmloiinry Bale Hold.
Louisville, October 29. A bale or
cotton consigned to Barkhouse Bros &
Co., or this city, from Montgomery, Ala
bama, for the benefit of the sufferers of
Memphis, was raffled cfT by that firm
to-day for five hundred aud twenty-five
dollars, and the proceeds sent to the
The polir-e force Is engaged In making
paper ou the market said to amount
ten million dollars.
Governor Dix has offered a reward of
three thousand dollars fof information
which may lead to the conviction?!
the nerson who -finised tlm ilnnlh At
Charles D. Kelsey, of Huntiugtou,Long
The trial of the Cuban bank-clerks, iu
Brooklyn, on a charge of stealing over
one million dollars worth of securities,
was brought to all abrupt termination
to-day. After the testimony was all Iu,
aud the case given to the jury, one f
the welve informed his associates that
he could not consent to any verdict.
When asked the reason he replied: "I
have not heard one word of the evidence ;
I am deaf."
Carle ton. the missinc secretary of the
i n:ou trust
way to Europe.
The piano, billiard aud cigar inauu
facturers and other producers of luxu
nes, are conducting budinola with great
caution. Large factories are being run
on half lime, and with half the usual
foree, while the smaller establishments
nave, iu llic main, closed altogether.
iuis courie, mad necessary by the
nnaucial disturbance, has thrown out o
wocKiarc numbers oi men and wo
Vieu. Arrangements are exnected
bo tuado whereby most or the factories
win be able to Keep their hands at work
part oi tne uine at Jeast, liius prevent
me a irreat deal of sufferine.
John T. Irving, who admitted in San
francisco that he waa criminally con
cerned iu the Nathan murder, is to be
trieu ior burglary.
Alois Molliner, an artist of Pesth, who
arriveu on tne twentv-rourtn. stiot turn
self dead in a hotel in Hoboken. He had
ten thousand dollars and many valua
bles. An emphatic denial h clven to the
story published this morning, that the
arm oi noyr, csprague suo. is embar
rassed. Pr&sldeut Morrison, of the Man-
uauau oauK, one or tne banKs turoucii
which the firm does business, states that
he received a letter from Mr. Hovt this
morning saying that his house is not in
any embarrassment. Mr. Morrison says
that his bank is paying all the firm's
Eaper as usual, a course which would
ave been continued, regardless of the
story puonsuea, to tne letter.
Vincent Colyer telegraphed the board
of health yesterday, asking the authori
ties to lor&ia tne sale or tne bale or cot
ton eeht from Memnhis to this cltv.
The sanitary superintendent promptly
informed the authorities that there was
no danger whatever ul infection, and
the cotton will be sold, as intended, for
tne oenent oi tne iuempnis suuerers.
Jacob Mechala, convicted or murder
ing United States Deputy-Marshal
Stevenson, in Jersey City, has been sen-
tenceu to be liaugea on December littti.
In the trial or Taintor to-day, for
embezzlement, while cashier of the At
lantic bank, Juuge iieneuict gave lm
address aud decision on the point of
law raiscu by tne council lor tbe de
fense, that he was competent to produce
eviaence to snow mat Taintor auteu ror
the bank and with the knowledge aud
consent of the president and directors,
iu making his stock speculations, and
this was understood to be the chief point
ior tne ueiense.
repeat his definitions of the various de
grees of crimo in taking human life,
after receiving which. they again re
Later. The jury have returned s
verdict nf manslaughter in the third de.
gree, aud Stokes was sentenced to four
years in the State prison at hard labor."
Senate Committee ul St. Louis
Merchants' Jlotlng in the
5V. Louis, October J. The senate
committee on transportation, Hon
The Case of Coleman, of Indiana County,
Indicted for -Forgcry.-
ilurdcr in a Sailor's Sou c by a Strati.
ger Murderer Safe.
PiTTSiiCKG, October 29. The ca.se of
J. M. Coleman, of Indiana county, in
dicted for forgery and altering ension-
vouchcrs, forging pension agent's
check?, aud holding money due pen
siouers, was calico" up In the United
Stales district court to-day by order of
the court. The three indictments were
consolidated. The case was opened by
District-Attorney Sweep, who brieily
stated the case for the prosecution as
follows: "The defendant, who is a law
yer ot some prominence, aud hitherto
or irreproachable cuaracter in In
diana county, was employed l.y
Mrs. Eleanor Steers or that county.
to collect a pension for her son, a volun
teer in tbe seventieth regiment of Wis
consin volunteers. It is charged that
Coleman drew the money on the vouch
ers, received the checks and forged the
indorsement of Mrs. Steers, and alo
drew the other pension installment two
vears after tne deatn ot .airs, btecrs.
The first witness cworn for the prosecu
tion was A. iiaroing. cierK or tlie
pensiou-oilice at Washington, who iden
tified -the claims and vouchers drawn l y
Coleman as those on file at the depart
ment in Washington.
rvanoleon Duchesne was uancerouslv
shot about nine o'clock to-night in a
low dive, called tlie sailors Home, .No.
77, Third avenue, by a man witli whom
he bad some words. Tlie stranger repre
sented himself as a police officer, aud
toId.Ducnesne that he had a warrant ior
his arrest. Duchesne started up the
avenue to hunt for a policeman: the
stranger ran past him and when near
me ton turned auu urea, tne ban enter
ing in the forehead and penetrating the
brain to the depth of an inch. It is rot
extracted and may result fatally. The
assailant ran offand is not arrested.
SZlulonarx Bfrrl of Flour.
Cairo. October IS. A barrel or Hour
contributed by Coffey, Harrison & Co.,
of this city, sold at auction here to-day,
and realized seventy-four dollars, which
amount has been forwarded to the How
iii h lars Mini
MnrmoMERY. Ala., October 29
Only one yellow-fever death iu forty
eight hours. Ice and frost this morning.
Maesual. Texas, October 29. There
was a heavy frost last night, and halt
an inch or Ice this morning, aud we will
have another frost to-night. No new
cates or deaths reported. The sick are,
all doing well.
Kiikevxport. La., October 29. In
terments W. T. Thompson's child 8
committee, appoiuted for the purpose of
lurnisnmg iacts relative to me trans
portation charges of the Mis3i?slrml
river aud gulf-route, wilt present an ex-,
haustJvc report, which shows that the
lowest price per uusiiei -ror winch
corn had been moved from and to New
Oilcans, is five and tbree-jlifth cents,
and wheat six cents; that the average
number or days the river had, been closed
by ice for a ceries or thirteen years, had
lwen only twenty, and that both corn
aud wheat had been, shipped during the
hottest months from St. Louis to Liver
pool, via the gulf route, and arrived
at that "port perfectly sound. Much
other information was laid be
fore the committee including a com
munication from General Simnson.
United States engineer, asserting thp
feasibility or permanently increasing
tho channel depth ot the river be
tween here and Cairo, so that large
steamers can run at all seasons or tbe
Cattle diEOaxe in Japan.
There are fifty-two papers published
iu i uj;rui.
The old operahouso iu rue le Peterie,
i-nrj, uos oecn uoairoyeu uy nro.
lho death of King John, of Saxonv,
niu uunuiiuiruu iu untUHii vnipninvmnrn
xl is rumoreu in lnuon tnnf thonmv
has wrlUen a Krrond Intfor ii P.m
Training-schools for teachers, on tho
American nlati. Iiavo htwin efnhiichAri in
Minister Liwe and the President dls
cussed the Chinese situation In Wa.hlDCtoll
; ei enlay.
It la reported in Madrid that the Car
lists have llreil on a British war-vessel, kllllui;
one of the crew.
There is a speck of war in the politl-
nu iiunosjmere uiai is micKeninc oeiween
Japan anu Clilno.
The trial of Udderzook, the murderer
ui a. uros, vras begun in Westchester, t'enu
sj 1 vanla, yesterday.
The machinations of the royalists in
provinces or France cause great Irritation, ro
says a 1'arls telegram.
The Austrian embassador to Constan-
ullODle Is lDstrucleil lo lirinir nlmut amicable
The Pennsylvania railroad has dis
charged mora than hair IU fnrco In n fenr
fcnojunn the Uacfcensack river.
Madrid advices state that insurgents
..ivueimij-Huzeu; lueirsmp sieamng, readers
disagree, soldiers and sailors mutinous.
lenna is eniovintr another financial
jusuii-, uuu me Austrian government is en
deavoring to effect harmony In money circles.
London was befogged yesterday morn
g, many accidents occurring In the streets,
Edwards, Batcher, Killed
His Son A Case that is
Riot at CcnterTille, Wajuc County-
Cannon Used Railroad Ac
cidents and Loss
Cincinnati. October 29. Last night
about nine o'ciock, Hicnara iidwards.
aged twenty-one, shot Jno. Edwards,
his rather, through the abdomen from
which he died at hair-past two o'clock
tbis morning, iticbard Edwards is uu
der arrest for the murder. The testi
mony conflicts as to tbe circumstances.
Richard says his father1 was drunk and
abused his mother, and that be left the
house and went to change a pistol from
his coat to his pants pocket when it
went off and shot his father, who was
following several feet behind him. The
general testimonyrgrees that the shoot
lug was outside. Tne investigation is
still proceeding before the coroner. The
lamer and son were butcuers, aud the
father was given to drunkenness and to
abusing his family. Richard had left
home on account of this several times,
but had always returned on persuasion
of his ratMer.
A Snrincheld, O., special to the -&i-
rjuircr says "The locomotive of a freight
train on the C. S, and C. R. R. exploded
at Forest to-day, wrecking the lomotive
and dangerously wounding me engineer.
Nooue else was hurt,"
Gazette Fort Wayne special says
that Treasurer Droegmeyer, ot that city,
lo-ilay refused to deliver his books to
tho mayor on an order of tbe couucii.
which has preferred charges against him.
Jonn (Sinclair, a man oneiuunorMaiid
five years old, was killed at Fort Wayne
this afternoon, being struck by the Chi
cago fast ;tram while he was stepping
across the track.
Seven deputy-sheriffs guarding the
county courthouse and jail, Ceuter-
viiie, Wayne county, to-day were
mobbed, captured and released by dis
guised citizens. This morning the
county-seat is being removed from
Uentrevuie to Jttciimond, and tlie citi
zens or Ceutreville resisted this. As
the deputy-sheriffs were guarding the
workmen removing the cells from the
jail on Saturday night, 'he men were
driven from town by threats. Thedepu-
tics remained in the courthouse till be
fore daylight this morning. They re
fused to surrender to the mob.
who fired a cannou into the courthouse
door, entered when the deputies retreat
ed iuto the jail, aud after some hours or
parley, tbey surrendered three or 'he
deputies who had escaped by the back-
war and carried the news to iticnmond.
from whence help was sent. The mob
dispersed without anyjone being recog
nized. No persou was injured, though
a great multitude of pistol-balls were
fired through the windows of the court
FROM ANOTHER SOURCE.
Richmond, Ind , October 29. A
mob of disguised men, sixty strong.
attacked aparty of seven deputy sheriffs,
guarding the jail at Centreville, which
the woritmeu are tearing down to re
move here, the new county seat. Afer
firing one hundred shots from small-
arms withoutserious results, a six-pound
cannon, loaded with spikes, nails and
scraps or iron, was fired at the doors,
which being demoiisneu, tne mob
occupied the sheriffs residence, part of
the jail building. After some parley
the deputies surrendered, conditionally.
Thirty men occupy the jail to-night.
Another attacu, by a large party, witn
cannon, from Cambridge City, is ex
pect d. Richmond is threatened with
an attack for the purpose or taking the
county records back to Centreville. One
hundred armed men with captured
cannons from Centreville, are now here
awaiting the sheriffs orders.
for the polleeinm ,,'( days old; James Dlvlnoy, 27 year ..Id;
JeirChamburlaln, 92 yuan old.
Iu New York, Tuesday, Charles Bord-
inan.of Hartford, one of tbe Adams express
company's messengers, was killed on his car
at tbe corner of Center and Grant streets. Ho
put lils head out of tne door, when a street
car ran agalnM. It, causing tbe door lo lide
agtnst his head, which was litetally crushed
The makaki of the Japanese emperor
gave birth to a prince, which died In a lew
minutes. It lived loag enough to 1 named
Wnka-Mlilieo-'lVra-lIlUHUs-lllk.-ao. All nlti-
cers above the wvenlh rank and all nobles
were permitted lo condole with the erlef
xtrleken rinpcmr, nud tlie world nyiiiiuulilzK
with the Infant.
auu at noon bslnes .was almost entirely sus-
Japan'dates to October Sth, say the
governments? about to have the history of
tne empire written, materials belncr mnirtlv
accumulated- . .
A christian church has teen organized
atTokei. ln'Janan. "TKev n-It tinW! !.-. riirtf
as tueSavlour, but hold themselveslndepend
eud of all lorelgn churches.
Stleeter cV'CoVsfurniture factnrv. In
San Franclsio, California, was" destroyed by
ttre yesterday afternoon. Loss, one hundred
thousand dollars; finly insured.
Air Phnrloa TfaAt'a tnol.tn t 1. -
City bank of Minneapolis, Minnesota, col
lected Jlvo hundred .and nlty dollars in that
cltViTuebdafs for the' rcllpf nf il. Mmii.i
fTw r rtf?
Onnhe- discovery oi a fire in New
orkon Friday, a watchman endeavored lo
quench the flames with a Are extluguisber,
bllt WnA found riUl ..n tlm BfYfli rtfut-Af .1...
uuuuing uuer uiu names wereezunguiboed.
General Bellewarre wrot a letter tn
me rrench mlnlKtnr nf war. Kavlnr- 1 f mm.
archywas restored he (Bellewarre) would rc-
aigu irom me army. Tho minister of war
ininieuiaieiy piacea the general on the retired
George Harris, oi Chicago, on Monilav
iwf a imjiu m ua J.1U.IV UOUBO on i? OUrLU
avenue, lu cw York. Nothing was seen of
him until Tuesdav at four o'clock in tho
ing, when, upon cutering the roam, lie was
In a drunken ouarrcl Tuesday eve
nlng in Cincinnati, over a bottle of whisk v
Henry Lutz stabbed, it is thousht fatally
Washington Henderson. Both were lalaireis
working together on the stone boats, where
t!-c s'HUbini was nolle.
iV, cattle dealer named Bixbv had his
allet.i'ontalniuir a thousand dol'ar -.nnlrli.il
from him at Wlnooskl Kails, Vermont, laM.
mgiii, uui caoiureu ino inici, recovered ins
money, ana sKimiuisiered such a beating that
mc roober s lire is despaired or.
in New Yor yesterday Giles Tavlor.
John Donahue, Thomas JIagnin and Michael
uapers oraDK wnai uit-y i-upposed was cmrry
WIUP. bllt Droved tn lm a. Intinn fnr rlip.iin.
ofisni. 'Taylor and Dohahuo died." but it Is
uppusii mc oilier win recover.
Advices from ICldder, forty miles
east of lit. Joseph, Missouri, on the Hannibal
audf-iL. Joseph railroad, state that twostrange
1,1. u i, iiiuuuu uiuca w UL'Hlil v. II 1. 1 a jltilll'
near that town, Monday night. They were In
rrince Bismarck Jias been re-annoinl-
. nmuuuL ui uiu i iuvtma ininiBirv in Diacrr
ur General Von IX-orc. Ills understood that
hisrcstoialiou to the post carries with It the
etl'cclive control' of the whole cabinet wbich
be acmanded previous to his resignation some
The free-for-all trotting race, which
begun nt Uextcr park, Clilcago, Saturday
was finally ilnislied Tuesday afternoon,
Brother Jonathan wlnnlmr two.stral?ht Iirhu..
and having won the first heat Saturday.
Time, 2ZPi, 2SJWf and 2i. MolUe Morris
seconu, nasnaw, Jr., tnird.
General Van Buren, ex-chlel commis
sionertotbe Vienna eznositlon. had an tnle
view with the Preldent and Secretary Fish,
iu w usiiiuKtou, ycsieruay, to uisaoute ineir
minds of tne Impression that he had SDOken
of them disrespectfully, his strongest con
demnation beingpplled to Minister Jay for
condemning htm unheard. The general says
iieisueienniueu 10 vinuicaie nis cnaracier,
Three ruffians entered the residence of
Mr. Iilefke, on Amity street in New Yoik
yesterday at noon, seized Mrs. lilelke and
poured some liquid down her throat, which
rendered her lnsens'ble. They then ransack
ed the house and took the ear-rlDgs from tbe
stupefied woman, whom they had tied to a
piano, and were about to depart with a trunk
luuor plunder, when her husband came
home and tho robbers fled.
Some days since, Mrs. L. Meyers,
who was bold as witness on the Goodrich
case, was released by an arrangement be-
iween uie ew iorK ponce ana me prosecut
ing authorities. She has continuallv asserted
tbat If she was released she would be able to
put the authorities upon the track of Itoscoe
and lieach, both of whom she says are lmpll-
taicu. Au uuicer iias uecn uispaicneu witn
her, and both are traversing the cauntry.
At the evening session or the board or
i-.piscooai msuons.inew Ti ork. Tuesdav. tbe
nuestln oi the appointment or missionary
uisuops ior mo territories was called up and
discussed at length, but without reaching anv
conclusion. The subject of offerlnzs for mis
sions was also discussed. Bishop Armitage, of
w iscunsin baiu mat rue cause or me apaiuy
was the absence of system In Uie church in
regard to financial matters. He advocated a
regular plan of contribution by the members
oi me cnurcu similar ro a system in operation
The St. Louis Jlcvullican has a special
from Dennlson.Xexa, wbich says Lieutenant
(iuimby, from Fort Richardson, arrived there
and reports the Indians in that region very
hostile. Several murders have been commit
ted by tbeni during the past week, and
much stock run off. A family living near
icuiia,were ouicucrea. uie semes neu lo
a ranchc In that vlciu tv. where thev were
besieged by a large baud oi Indians. Two
companies of soldiers left Fort Kichardson on
aionaay in pursuit or uie savases. The
greatest alarm prevails anion" tho frontier
seiners, uie inuians are ueiiovcii to oo cam
TO STIMULATE Tit AVE AND ENCOUItAGE ORDERS
FtOlt THE COUNTRY, HAYE MADE
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
ANNUAL MEETING of STOCKHOLDERS
THE annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho Mix&usslpnj and Tennessee Railroad
Company will be held at the Teabody Hotel,
Memphis, Tennessee, on
Wcducidav, Nor. 19, 1873, at 11 a.m
at -which time a Board of Directors will be
elected for the ensuing year.
Stockholders will be passed free on all trains
by exhibiting their stock cerUflcates to tlm
conductor. S. H. LAM I!, Secretary.
TO OFFER BUEINi THE WEEK
AWfXf! In f hA enntinnanta ef fha gUVnau
i8 TTf'malalr relr On Order business nt this limp, nnr frlpniU nn,l nlr.na In -,a?...be.lJ1?.left almost to myself. I have
m in ... cuuauum iu ciuse up our place or business,
Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas and N'nr'.h Alabama may relr on their orders 227 Main street, for the present, wuiopenthe
i.AfM mi..i nt ,! ... . Rama at its earliest abatement.
neing lined wltii extraordinary care, and at lower urices than tiio troods can communications addressed in care of iroir-
bo pnrchased elsewhere. S? SSSSSSSRS su Loali' JIa
OCJ1 W. F1EAKK.
wftfwsfft avw stria
NEW SHADES SILKS REDUCED,
3iagouaI.s, CaVjiimeres, S:itce:j.s, Empress
Cloth's, Etc., i;i Seduced Hates.
fTIH& CHORCH HOME 18 PREPARED TO
X ' receive and nrovtda far&smanvnrnli.n
a. may ik pent mere. pmicauon can oe
made tn '
Kev. George C. Harris, No, 315 Poplar street.
iu .o.oi jiauissn: sireet.
To Ho. 177 Second street.
MISd EXA MUBRAT,
MISS LOL W. TKOUT,
oelS Sf .Ty and Treasurer.
Trimmings Corsets, an excellent line of CJloves, Hosiery, Balmorals, Shawl
Jewelry, Musical instruments, stationery. I'erlnmery, soaps. Clocks, Trunks, Valises,
urenas, .tic. aiso, a oeauuiui siock of jjAui xiiiji.Mt.L) n via, ana ail tne latest at
lies in our line.
WALKER At his plantation In Mississippi.
IVnliiHil... m nr.. I .. nt U i'nln..b- 117. ......
. VAr.KKE,son oi tne late sam r. walker.
Tiie funeral will take place this (THUR3-
HAY) afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Carriages at
DASHI ELL October Oth, at 1 o'clock p.m.
at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mou
sarrat, Mrs. Mama H. Dasbiell. Due no-
llco will be given of the funeral.
McLEFRESH At her residence. 2t AKcn
avenue, on tbe .'Hh InsU. Mrs. Nascv McLr.-
fkesii, in llic 57th year of her age.
The friends and acquaintances are invited
to attend her funeral this (THURSDAY)
morning, at 11 o deck.
7.WBIFKL At Ms residence (Cochran Halll
in this city, last night, at 11:13 p.m. 1J.imi.nu k
.wkikkl, of cnnsum)ition, lu his i:!d year.
His funeral will take place from Cochran
Hall this (THURSDAY) aftcrnoon,al 4 o'clock,
under auspices of the G rue til Association.
Friends and acqaaintances are Invited to a'
W. DRUMMER, CHEODER & CO.
Importers and Commission Mcrchin's,
Give liberal advances, on Consignments of
Cotton and other American Produce. Bank
ers in London: Klelnwort, Cohen & Co. ocSO
$5000 TO BE GIVEN AWAY
WEEKLY COURIER -JOURNAL !
AFIRST-CLAaS FAMILY, NEWS, POLIT
ICAL AXD CoMMEncrAr, 1'apek, national
in its aim, reputation and circulation. In ad
dition to its usual quantity aud variety of
matter, it will publish ORIGINAL STORIES
aud NOVELETTES; and, commencing with
its issue of December 3d, will, each week, lor
a year or longer, publish a series ol
LECTURES on BIBLE HISTORY
delivered by Rev. Dr. STUART ROBINSON,
revised by hiimelf expiessly for this paper.
On tbe first ot January, 1W1, the publishers
$5000 IN PRESENTS
among iu subscribers. All who wish to avail
themselves of the opportunity of securing a
gift worth several hundred dollars can do so
iy sending in their subscriptions prior to that
Oreat Inducements to subscrlbeis and
Circulars, with full particulars, posters and
specimen copies, sent free gratis on applica-
oc28dAw Louisville. Kentucky.
Black Brilliantines, Colored A'pacas,
ALSO, WATER PRO:
Mllinjiin JOHN XELLY,
itll'l j LVIPORTEE.AND DEALER IN
WIN1S & LIQUOR!
358 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
CflSSffilERES FOR MEN AND BOYS' WEAR.
WHITE AND COLORED FLANN
Open Flannels, Einbroidorod Flannels,
Fancy Plaid Flannels.
LVET OLOAKS !
ULACK AND COLORED.
New Styles Ladies9 Suits!
REDINGOTES, itEYERSIBp: OTTOMAN
SIIA1YLS AND SCARFS,
3k., TACCA3S &
Importeri and Dealers In
Vo. ;B Front Street. - Memphis
9 A ER "WAREHOUSE.
IN ALL THE NEW AND DESIIIABLE FABRICS IN
THE IOSX' PEKFJECT AMD COMPLETE 1.1XB OI
CAFES ui wiime JAB
' TELYET Alto DSAT5l
OLOAKS AND JACKETS
LADIES' MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
Orders solicited. Goods not opening to Fatfsractiou may
' pensc. Samples scut on application.
retnrncil nt our cx
201 and 263 Main Street, Cor. Court.
J. T. HOLLO WELL.
ELL GEOOIITT & HALLER,
GHAS. HERZ06& BROTHER
-WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
Papers, Elour Saclcs, Twine
COK the approaching Cotton Season we
1' offer Sreclal Barealns in COTTON KAM
Paper Oooda srenerallv at Eastern nrlces.
lUAS. UHZUU v auu.,
dor. JefTortton nn tt4hnl mlrtf
THE CRESCENT SPECTACLES.
IKTo. 29SMain Street.
Respectfully Invite tbe attention of MERCHAXTS.lo our entirely fresh and new foil.
ii are superior
ire free from
ni a n a ais
to the Pnblic,
to all ordinary
great care, and
I Elo 'hey are nn- Trade HarkA rivaled. None
Conslstinz In Dart of a laree and varied assortment of mli-cellaueons Notion". White Goods
UenU' Furnishing Goods, Handkerchiefs, New Style Leather JSelts, Ribbons, Combs. Buttons,
' r i. . . . .
xmnas, vaiises, urn
H0LL0WELL, CROCKETT & HALLER.
usin?pectaclesshonld be without them. They
e miunten in sieci, aneu, it u uuer ana uom
muLano are manmacmreu expressly ior
i .d in Memphis only, by
X?. BAXUXTTTM 3 OO.
J KXY V.lnllH AND OITICIAKS.
r None eennlne without the trade
I onvrv rmlr. mark
Ko. 9 Madisou Street, 31cmphls.
Representing the followini; First-Class Fire and
HOME INSURANCE C0IPAT, OF NEW Y0KK.
Assot S 1,408,573.
IMl'EItlAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF LONDON.
NIAGARA INSURANCE COMPANY.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPANY.
LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE
GREAT SOUTHERN RAILROAD.
Freight and Accommodation Train
leaves dally. Sundays excepted- 5:10 .in
I Mall Train leaves dally , ,.11:55 a.in
Nashville Express Train leaves dally 4:10 p.m
T No chance of cars bv this line for Louis
ville. Bt. Louis or Nashville. Pullman Palace
I sleeping-cars on all nlcbt trains.
r or iic&eu or laiormauon appiyat
Ticket Office, 'fio. 237 1-2 Main Street.
JOHN T. FLYNN, Bupa Memphis Dlv.
Jamkh ' Aeent. lyl.l
PACIFIC MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. (MARINE).
Facilities for eflectln; all classes of risks sue not
excelled In the city.
Certificates Issued covering cotton hhirped to
European iorts made payable to consignee,
and IN GOLD, If desired.
All rates Fire, Inland and Marine adjusted to
CUSTOMERS OF AUff. BBRTON.
rpHE BUSINESS AVILL BE CONDUCTED
I the same as usual. 1 will be Pleased to
I serve all In the future as in the past, and
trust that i win oe liotrany patronized uy
OC21 MRS. A. BERTON.
M. E. COCHRAN,
S. A. HATCUEK,
RANDLE & HEATH,
98, lOO, 12, 104
AND 49 AND 51
and X06 Second Sli'eet,
M.E.& J. W.COCHRAN
Manufacturers and Dealers In
8blDs;le(i, Ilreaiicd Jt'IoorlnR, Celling,
WeathcrboartJInjf and Cedar Fots.
A COMPLETE, STOCK Or DOORS, HASH,
and Blinds, of the best material, always
Sawmills north or.Navy-yard.
Office and Yard, foot of "Washington streets.
Manufacturers oi Machinery, Steam Knglnes, Saw-Mills, Ilorre-Powers, shafting, Couplings, I
pulleys, nan trs, Boxes, rite; aua also manuiacinrers anu proprietors oi xieaia s
Patent Well Augur. County and state Rights foi sale.
AGRICULTURAL totton Presses, Gin Gearing, Pinions, Hfgmcnts, Gudgeons, Bolts, Etc
ilOUoKWUU.k columns, Ltnteis ams, uraimgs, venuiaiors, nasn weignis, uc
All kinds of Btcanit ( at, Itallroad and General Repairs done on short notice. Orders for Brass
anu Iron lasungs, anu ail Kinds oi wrougunron w orK soiiciieu. uuu
paid lor Old Brass, Copper and Scrap Iron.
1842ITHB OLDEST HARDWARB HOUSE IN MEMPHIS 1 1873
A. J. WHITE. A. D. IiAKGSTAiT. FRED. M. WHITE.
WHITE, LANGSTAFF & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO A. J. WHITE & CO.
IMPORTERS AHB JOBBERS
BRV SIM.niY AND EXTRA.
FOR BALK BY THK PRlNCiPALUltOCHItK
All WlMli JMEItClIANTS.
2154 Front Street, Memphis.
Deeting's Horso Engines, Branch, Croolies iCo.'s Circular Saws, Henry
Dlsslon dk Sons Circular Saws.
-n AC-TaTR! COTTON G-XKTS,
OJEtTSnESttJEl COTTON CS-XINTS,
ISAAC STH.AUB ' S, GRIST IWEIXjIjJB
IManters' Cotton Presses, KIrby'a Reapers and Mowers, Jlufonl's Black Hawk Culti
vator, fXc.; Ualu'g Wagons. Uaa Pipes, Hall's Plromut Burglar Proof Saf, Vault
hTiinu, PalrliHnks'KiMleH, itiihber lilting. Packing ami 1 !,
Latilu & lUud 1'iiwdcr Company.
I DAILY, WEEKLY AND SUNDAY.
I TlicPapersfor tliePcople
Weekly Ifor Clubs of five or more)..
xiai ly nix papers;
CLOAKING AND TEIU6
ets, Coverlets an
FULL AND COMPLKTK IiIKE OF
X.ADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
EMBROIDERED, OPERA, FANCY, TWILLED AND PLAIN
stem & jsromers
242 tSc 24A Main Street, cor. Fefier.soii.
M. L. MEACrTAM.
J. B. POSTON.
A. W. ROBERTS.
E. 2. 1IEACHAM
M. I,. MEAGHAM CO
Ille GroEBrs k Si tails
No. 9 UNION STREET, Memphis, Tenn.
"ITfE are openlnz the Fall Trade with a new and well-selected stock which is now cam
V V having been pnrchased. before the recent advance. We offer EXTRA INDUCEMI
in BAUUINU, TIE
line of other goods
BACON, SUGAR, COFFEE, SYRUPS and TOBACCO, as well Mafs
FOURTH NATIONAL BANK 6F MEMPHIS,
CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP, $132,000
T. II. aiLBDKX, I'res't. Jas. T. PETTIT, T. Pres't. IV. C. McCLURE, Casliter.
JAJIE.S T. I "Em IT, of Pettit A Simpson. I KD. lltQUHAKT, or E. Urqubart t Ce.
O tV. McC'KAE, of Ford, Porter & Co. J J. . SILIICKN, of Milfrnrn, Walker C
Z. S. FSTES, or Estes, Flzer t Co. I W. Y. CI KOIHX of Cochran, Clrod AO.
W. It. GAI.nKEATlI, Cotton Factor. J PHILIP HIGGLE.
T. II. JI1LUCRN.
Accounts of merchants and others respectfully solicited. Collections made w all
accessible pointa, ana remittftnces promptly mane.
ARGASON & CM
Wholesale Qrocors & Cotton F actors
-MANUFACTOKKItS' AGENTS 1'OR-
Benwood Ironwork re JSTil&
And the Celebrated Brand (JAHECOCK 3JAGGING,
IX OOIt NEW STOKE.
369 FRONT ST. AND 32 CLINTON ST., COR. GAYOSO,
mr Our stock Is now largo and corn pleto iu every respect, equaling any In the booth, and
s fel prepared for a large Fall and Winter business.
v Liberal Cash Advances on Consignment!!. sepS
J. 91. OO ODD Alt.
J. Ii. GOODBAIS.
J. n. S. GIIillLJLm
A. Ii. GOODBAli.
322 1-2 AND 324 MAIN STREET,
-WE ABE XOW BECE1YIXG TIIE LARfiEST STOCK OF-
ALL AND WINTER
liave eter offered to the Trede, and istite ALL HERCIIAXTS
fTamlno onr pnods heJore hajln j eJsewhei e.
auio' " . GOODBAS Sc GTLLlIfD.
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