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MEMPHIS APPE A 1 i JO MEMPHIS, TENK, THUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2S, 1878. VOL. XXXVII-NUMBER 264 ESTABLISHED 1S40. i i ji CLONliU AlATKl rtVrfuy e cotton and gold: Lirerpool cot' j M'il Mrm.kia cotton. S 3 4e. Xeit O i Unnt tot'.on, 0 1-8:: Kett York cutUm, fcswnninwsinsnannnMnnnjsnnnnnnnjnBn, vi:vTin:n ioic.iTiom wn Dept., orrirr cn. Fr i. Oncri I V suisi.o.-. November UK. 1 a.iu. Vr Tennenre and the 0lo ra'ley arty cloudy ict'ilhti', tcith frequent light tain or oir, ti rO.itirr1y tcintlx, sl-jtivnary if hurt r le :jii iaiur e, hi.jJier fissure. AH tt.t rhtrg lit the vmtufrn Slates trill ri:e. .TKYTIJKU OUt:tli AT I OA. War Vkv't. Hicsti. Sciivicr L". S. A hut, I ' r - . , ,, wind. , V(.it! Ot4frri' ton. 1 tiv-r- I!r. I Kt 1 er. j (ialve.io t... ;;.; t -I'.' w. i--fi(i. t1ir. Indlaripl i. . . I'.ii'jK J 7 ! V. rredi. Clear. L'vilsvlli ... i-.t 7- !)7 W. Hrl'k. , loii'if. '-:?!... Ilil.'.ii, 41 I W. l'.e-li. U.r. K (! vl' ... i ! j W. .upriU:'. Jrlou'y. h Ori. i i :.(..' 4i j X V. Gent . (.'!-;. r. lri'v.-;ir'. . 1 S 45 W. t(-Ut!. Ifiir. V ' fhHirn : u l 41 IN W. lii-'rlf. (Clear.; T 11. CUI.NN. DOMESTIC NEWS CONDENSED The puce hp.J htok czcliunK'38 and public cllijes, w.li be c'.wd to-day. In ti.o i-'ir ri-ui court at Va-Li(?'on Bn iirir ii'mit v h-s cuiimenctd In the credlt-moblller IJ-K". V yor 1 .lt II !.;!.:..;, was r-rlcftni inamr of I lov-tln e, rueda, ever four cotn letllorv .lu l.'f T :i' r-!i re. in tli (v.urt . rniinon ploiK. 1 Uin;, Wtdntnlay, naturalized a l Hi:j.ii:i in. Til'' t'i K. M. P. ck in reiv.rfrj as bav.ne l-ei relet. 1 Ij (lie E;iKl ar.d bolli are cow at Port Huron. Pro'V-i j-,r W. F, Ilirp'-r. piim.ipal ".f Ihe norm il s -h. i .l ill It iLvlKe, intJiaiia, bus' btrii nils I'Hj since Ml'lul.iy. A irl uia h Ins ht a Brrtnt'('i 18 t'T n 8'ot..n S'iS:in..T, to t ike place la New Vurk. uu December 20th. Afp-'ti.il t tin; IVjI I'ionelr Press s i's: "A in ill.-n''-1 e of sni'illpox Is raglug at iiriii'l I t k-, Dakota. Th N'i! A Willi nix' l.cnt-vACfi workn. at .Tinetlon rity, I'h'n, hun.fil railr Tnf'ibiy mornlus i.0is fo.l-!.ve Ihu'iuilid ilullmv, half iiiHurcvl. Li'iir-n inf M.,iiro I'. Tli:riTit;f On. ho llnl Bt K(. K"iuli. 5for.t u.i, n.m burlwl In Daven port, Ioa, V. cLiOs lay, with mliltary honors. Stibsprijitniis to the four per c?nb Iran Wf 1 ie!liiy inn :r.tl Ik oi. o nilll'oii ore hmi'lrtd n I twentf-elht u.o.i:i.it:'J m- v u hundred Uullais Im'i inup".'ir, V. ibifH'!.:y, in tbn a-t of Lor.ls tin" 1 -, who rriirilcri.I M';rew, the jury r -tu n-.d a vi rul': of Kiillly, au xins the death pena'.t.v. It, was rcpir''! at San Krar.cisco. Wednff Jty, lii it Hi; 'Vro-'s-cui'' bd passed throiu;li the pDrphjry o! the fch-rra Ntvad.is and re-entored uilcli ore. Tbo ',cr,,i .try of t!ie treasury isiued a ra!l Wedtii'd ;t f.T the ri'dmi tfnri of live million live-t-iit? bo:i Isii' I siif, consols of 18ii.", coupons HUd registered bonds. Ii b-i t 1 iVil.T. irnoii.'ian, die J at tb? Cmtlnenlai ii -tel. PLIludHlnhla. Wednesday nUibt. afUT a v ry bil-r Ulii'jss. Hv ave an ttertcilauieiit M ill.l.iy Iilut lusl. A Cbicatro ppc-citl 'rim Yntikfon sa8 Llv'n 's;iin, Uujiel! aud I'.icha il.wn, Indian Hents, were l id.o el ly Htn Uuued Slates grand Jury tor a!l"!d liid'itu frandi. J. I!. Snow. C.-st irs ct U:p bark P. C. Whilm rf, I n I vii In iUt-d l.-y tl:l'n lel blaU'S Kraud j iry, lortlm muid rol Charles lw-oJ, tec oud male of mat v.-s-el. Oa account of the iuconvenieurv to Imsi- tims mri HitffHtiiit; tuelr Jiii .t-iu.'e dtnltic; holl-iavs the del K it I -n f-oin Chicago ftT.l not visit JU-xlcO until he ii tl VcLit in J.ii.uary. The sa''i-t jit Si" FrancUco arc on artrike atfa'u-it r duttlon of tlirlr niure.t from l!iiny-3veto forty d ilia ' rer nior th. Th.-lr O'ijai.lzjt'.ou huni bere about r.fu:cn hundred uiernb is. Lvnan It'cbiTionJ, nu-'it ib'pot-marfnr nt Use I 'nion H". t. T -lw In, OIi1o, a i! sir.-k by a pms unjine Wed i .' d ly lacrrdn. a"d rectheU lnjutia froai whlcli it H bflltved he CiUinot r.'oover. The Tu!' - I S' i'a M-.r-!iii! ot ' K-r'ndy arrlvrfJ at ".itrsiliS', J;itni.ky. i'(dnii? ttmwt with a pHdy 'ir uliiri ilili'it tthlUlurs I twit he I:;m! cul tured ill l!:o Cjiuitry uucli ol CaJe'.'sburg, Kentucky. The fc'n; barn o! A!, r. h'anlci.i. five liil!e.-i n )lt:i t f Khiiiih" :t!i. IlllnoH, buried Weri.'ifs tl.iy. (ir in, ii:;rl ull.ira: imi 1-ui-nls and nine Iiomks ware lost, hnllie loss, le i Umiuiiul dollars; In sured. The I'.mii :! 1 ani.i coal c rrriariy bn fixsJ prli-M f ir Its oia', I 'T tu:, ;is f-l!ons: Steamer, UMlf KTitl :",, e c'.i. :".'): r-to-. M5; cheitnut, ) 4D: m.i ill ch iiiu'. Si :;i. ioity cei.ts I er 1ju Is aii'led lor tlellvcr) at New York. Mr. Ancli-r.on arul !i-r ilatichter, of Chi e.uo, who wer. found culi'y .f leasl'.K property for B.ilinri purp es I y ft jury c.jii.ii-tinit of Trinity churoh meiubfrs. rcviv d merry ana for'.yenes.--., u belnu Hint they Lad been gica 8itl:!at'to.y assurances. Tim Union school bniljinpr at Bollevuc, Mlflila-m, was burnetl early Mo.ul iy m rnlni. Loss uu bull mitC live tlij.vni'l Uol Sirs; on bi) ilis. furid ture. etc. unknown No Insu u'.ca. ll Ij supposed to be the Rurk of uu Uie.u Jlary. A dinpath trot": i t-a-i Fii"-,oio Fnys noth lnn li k-.'iow ii ;:t the Ceiiln! Tactile lita'lijur.rters Jof the rt'uted c-jrsol il illon t f the I'nlou ami Central t'.vrtilo ralii'iktd c.'u. inles, under the presidency of tflJrier bill in. It Is aald the .--tr-ry has brfcil bOltoil lip in the prtcrest ol specula, ora In r tllio id st jcK. lli-s. Mury lle'.-'N r Cvrnt-r, passenv'fr on the 111 fated l uiniretan a. was the only sister of llelsier O iiie. n ' vl o v ot V. B. Ciyni"r, who lle 1 In Hilly ttire v .is ayi flio w:i on br w iy Ij Kuiiit e '"! lirf "j.- c.dltlreu, Jlary. kose. Maria mid Richard, where ttey were t omplePj their edu cation. Wi:i. C ;nif'r.ii's lo'v.icco f.!c.oy at Peti'M- bur. Vlnrlnl.i, one of the largest in that Siu, WJia burned Wednesday night. The stemming fart-iy, ail) il iii K- iw also UeMroyed. The bulldini eov rJ ii.ulv a lull Mii t:o T tie loss will pnbably r.-a;'h twj h'liidrt vi 11 itiili d do'Pirs. Iii-urniice about oae bund e.l and tweiity-nvo thcusaud i oll-irs. At II dhtxhoni, FeintrlvaTiia, h UK-ctina of I.-hlh vsPey coal oiieratorn w.t held Tue day. About lirtKt n op r il.irs were l reiei.t. Un the i-ropo-allio.i U continue the c uiit ia itlon ti April lt. a eonter'nee coiiinill'ee was re-iippnln'.ed. and were atitho'll lo msk arrangements penning negot ii tloasfortha Umpo:ary ttoppage ct milling after January 1st. Till Oinrinn f i Coiit'iirrrial ppr ri.il Iror.i ri;ilauiston. k-n'ccVy. rais IVatik Turnfr, rg.'d twenty le.iri, calle.l itt the IrJlise of Samuel J'ltM. it'wut six miles from v i!'lanis!own,'itnl Itnlied .lud l t drink from a boti e. The latter d-olliifd. was orler d on his kne9 v.l'h a revolver and whltx In that poslti n Turn, r cut Juud's throat nltli u knife, killing bbn Instantly. Th' sfhvmf-r P (Jj-aif-r. wl.ile snilin? dniTi th rtv-r ul I'o-t Hurrm. Mb'ri!;j:;n. yt-sfr lt:y, Htni.'k t!e -litmfrer .1 t-ittte. l it g at lh ;W'o.ilve rtne ilry.lnck. cau-liiR htr to lill nnd sink. In fcluul fourt-e i fet of water, oil v.. is partly lnlei wlltl lumlxT. The full amount of .l:itine is not kinm. The c li't .'n of theiie if-r was unable to matr ne his vessel In the current. JuJate W i : i t ikt r, in tit superior criminal evirt. ut N.-v Oil -a n, Tu-si!ay, cnarged the trrand jury I in i-ilre Into tile fr.o.ds 'vlikh v.vre peipelia UMl at the Us', c lcetlcii. II- Mild that their jury was cjtupased of all p 'liiloal parties, and Ibt y siiould, its Kood cttl.tns, m.ik a dll ir lit and Sm a'ltal ln pilry iis to these Ir iud. and ha p'edxed lue support if the cjuiI an i I s otli -ers 1 1 iutit t itin. Terrible Work. "Phut Cinsos. i'.'ss , Xvpniher 27. Dr. Bn-k. hher :T of t:iaibviio count Iiavitn; lereived Inloriintlon before daylight IUIS pornlnir lhat Hir rlson Paie. a necro dera.l, v.io dasassUiuted the chanivry c.mri i Icrk i f his counly to ya. aw, wi s at his house, three mll-s tioin t iwn. em out with Ills depuia s to arrest l'.nte. 'ne of the deputies. Ki'bert Lmn. wns shtt and Instsiitly killed Irom a window. I tie -h 'lltT. t it lorctnt! (he door, was shot In the bmv.-K r.ici and arm. and is In a oylnif con ditt.ai. Tliomis lltrwood. uuother deputy, whs knocked into an o il ci-t-rn wirl left lor dead, though ne has tnre revive 1 cntl W not serlous'y b'l't A lell tou la iuedla'ely, und Charlie Wellm tn, one or lu; ; .". while ridlnu near Phkh's hous".. was s'aot In tin face, leu, aim and hand. He Is still alive. The Bssassln escaped, though some of ills accouipl!cjs ere k ! KdtHOD'd Invention. 1 nquins tr1 ni!.liis lo whit is peculiar In EJisoVseUi tilelicht Invenil.vi to dlsilmtulsh It above othtt. 'J'he lollowlni; from an exchange pa per answers the iues:ltn: Mr. f'dpon's electric llicht Iriv-ntlou eiuiiU.ya platinum coll, which Is raised lo lricandes ence by its resistance to the pa SRe of a cuire'd of electricity through It. The Idea his been ex: erlmented on very e.vteti-i!ve!y for the l ist i iarti-r or a ccniuiy, b.it the i cullarliy or Mr. Ml-on's Invention Is a .it vice to pievent the wire fusing, and lids 11 Is claimed, has !;een accomplished by soaopKtn! a email bar that It will expand the lasunt ti" re re tches the fusing point and Inter cept th now of thecu r-iit liirouih the wire tuili Clently to frevevt luslnu " An xploitaa of .auline Injures I oar Uat-TimojiE. XoveiniiT 27. An fxtloion of c-.o:!ne, is-1 In foot-Unlit, occurred this even tual a low v.uiettfi tatat !r on Thames street, jut before til- peifoi inane cell' :ienced. About twenty per-a.iis were present In li.e audience. In the women's ilressliu ro on. bik of the st.is. weie seven clr! actresses, three ol whom Kide Bradley, Nefla Lewis and Mail.Mi Divls-we'e stver.'ly b'iriiA,! In endeayorlre t make toeir escape, liny b ino'ol 'ed to e'oss the b iruliii tape to Kct ou. K. H C-uu initios. Hie pianist, who was In the ect of llghth' the I'X'Ml.sln. wa- very badly bu.Dcd, and as taken to the edy liot.l'al. A. t'lslit ty-" NtiUlerm and tiaic blerti. Br. Lot "is, Kovinhr" 27. A L avenworth sm-Cal a li e t.!nhe-l).,wrr.t sas: "Jlajor Brad head, paimaster of the I tilled S ates army, report a hht b ween men bit td Lis esentt and some itaniclers lit Sprlnit-r's nmcbe, on ihe Canadian rier In the Panhandle ol Tex is. some days ao. In svhl 'h tjprlr.uer. the ket-per of the raiivUe, and a jo.r man named Leok Bitter, were kiUtnl, aud two jnalisra woundeo." WASUINtiTON. The KwreUry nf tl Treasury Calls for Certain Botitf Serrotarj Schare's Animal ICcjtort of ludian Aflairg Ji Lentby Kelfw . Of A busts by Atretit?, and Suggestions for Their Correction SuperTlsInff Architect Hiil Arrested and Be lIrel to Oire Bonds Etc. Washinqtos, Jsovember 27. The aecre l irjal trie treasury has cailvd Uie following 5-20 bonds of - iknh. Interest to wane- February ;!7tB pext: Coupon bonus dated Ju;y 1, lrto. r amely 1.", No. J4.200 to 15.I1UD. IhclusWe; ?10 0, No. Hi 001 to No. SlK).t)0il, IncUrsive; $T)0. No. V , d)l lo lOt.OiK), botli inclusive; tottl coupon, SJ, (Hs.i)t)() Kt;!teTel bor.dti, redeemable ftt pH-asure d I n.ted Sbues arter Uie firs! of July, 1870: $I0, No. 1W22:i lo CkO. lt,VJii, both Inclusive; SIMM). No. H.L'oOto ll,yjO. Iricluslre; SlK'f). o. BO.flOl io:l'.t.3oo, T.lii.;ive; 5-oOiK). No. 12.301 to 12.7M), b.-IUsi.ei StOOO. o. 24J41 o 05.3.3O. both inclusive; touu r.i4isleied, SS.uOU.OoO; aggregate, l)i H I OOO. Tue treasury to day purchases between 3.000,000 and 4,H0.(K)J ounces of tilver at a traction below the Loudon Quotation. Mupervtnina: Arrhitoet Ulll, of the Xreaaorjr. This mornintr, Dcrtity-Marsha' Stillwell, of the iioitbern Illinois district, arrlvfid here with a eeililied copy ot the Indictment recently found by tiie United btates district court of Chicago, charging Hill, sufieiviiiiu; architect ol the trtwihury, and Mills, the coiitracior, and others, with conspiracy to de Iraud the tfovernment. He bad also warrants tor the crresi of 1111 and Mills, aud 011 presenting them to Chief-Justice Carttefbsnch warrants were issu-sd iind were eerved by Deputy-Marshal Williams, who accused the parties In court at tw o'clock. The ball fixed In Chicago was live thousand dollars each, ami me same amount was fixed here for their ap pearance to answer December Ulth. which was given. Hubert Hewitt and Ami Cease went on Mills's bond, and Lest 'rand Barilett became security for the ar chitect. The Annual Report of the Heorctnry 0 the Interior. Washington. Novei3ilx;r 27. The aocre tary of th Interior, In his annual report, refera to bis lecommenddtlon of lad year In Toward to the In dians, and prooe.eds to say: "Ihe coiivlld.it'on of a number of agencies has been undertaken with a View to a better location ot the Indians, which will, at the same time, simplify tbe service, render a more e.tlclent MiiH-Tvlston possible, reduce the excuses of the government and lf-ssn opportunities for fraud and peculation. As far as the appropriations made by congress noul i per olt, ag'lcultuml Implements an t domestic cattle are being furnished to Indian Mbs to set tbe Indians to work for the r own support and to encoirage Industrious habits. An Indian po lice has b en oigauizd at twenty-two ageticlee.; and from all of them favorable reports as to the working of the new system have been received. Instructions h ue bee-n given to discriminate In the distribution of supplies and annuities, which are not actual necessaries, against Individual Indians who show no disivosll.on to vors:; thus discouraging Idleness, permission to send out bunting parties lias been given only where, without hunting. Indians would have bcen exposed to want. The allotment of land among ib3 Indians on several reservations has been ordered and la In progress. The faclli'les of eilueatlon have been extended as much as possible, and proper directions have been Civea for the Inst -notion of Indian children In prac tical pursuits. The Indian service has been reor gan'z'd In several of Its branches. It was found ncc -s8 'ry to teinove a number of annuls cn account of iinpioiier ppiollees and lack of busltess efliclenay, and great cara baa been tsken In nliicg their places with new men; and where mistakes were found to have been made In tne selectl m they lr.ivo been prompt y reclitied. Impott.mt changes have beci in ulj In the contract system and tn the methods of account jblldv. An active supeivlslon has been ex ercised by the Inspectors and spcla! agents, and the detycitoti of fraud has bten followed by a vigor ous pro-erutlnii; and. ou the whole, I feel enable'! In say that the character of the service has been raised tu point ot lnt-grlty and etllclency. I aai, however, fjrr from pretendlnstbat tti& present em oltluii ot liiiUan hlT lira is what It ought to lie. The experience gained la the tamest eflort to overcome the Indian difficulties, and to correct abin-.s. has enabled me to apprehend mow cle arly tbe tisksU!I to be accomplished. In my last an nual ivjjrt I stated frankly, and I have to repeat now, $ hat, in pursuing a policy ever so wise and wi b a niachlneiy ever su ellicloiit, gradual imprcvo me.'it can ha ellocted only by patient, energetic and Weil-elf rqotef woili in ct-tit. Jkm MlitAl KAliKf;u tniy stutt! ot things can be brought about only under c rcuiustancs wh'cli are not aud cannot be under the cr rural or the Indian service alone. : First - ll a ie. urici.ee of iroiible and distU'badjM Is Jo be uvolced tiie appropriations miule by cotigreas lor the suppoit of Ihe Indians who are not sDit-s'ipponlfg mujt be. liberal enoogli to basufli Cicnt fur that purpore, uud they must ce made early piioukIi in the jenr to tender the purchase and de llvcty of rew supplies possible before the old sup I Pes ire exhausted. SecoLd The Indian service ahould have at Its dls iosal suttlclent funds to be uset, with proper ac coiitabllitj, itt discretion In unforseen omergeu cles. i nlrd The citizens of the western Stages and Ter ritories Dnht be in.uio to understand that if tbe In dians are t i cea.te to be troublesome paupers ai.d vagsbonds, and are to become orderly and self-sup-pjrtltig, they must have lauds III for agriculture' and pasture. That on such lands they must be permit ted to reign and estsb'lsn permanent homes, arid that such a reeult cannot be attained If tue white people Insist upon taking from them, by force or trickery, evety acre of ground that Is good lor any-thin-. The first two thlnps can be accomplished by ap propriate action on tne part of congress. The dttti cultles growing out of contlQuaUv repented encroach ments by tbe while people on the rlgbts ot the In dians! may be lessened by concentration of Indians on a smaller number of reservations; but they can be entirely avoided, even then, only by ths most energetic enforcement of the Uw on the part of the geuerai and local governments. To this end It te-ms desirable that the southwestern tribes, wiiOse pt-sent reservations appear Insecure, or otherwise ir-sultable tor their permanent settlement, should In- i-'iioo-..'y rmrv.Hl to the Indian Territory. The northwestern tribes will. In the course of time, imtt; to no concentrated In a similar manner oa a few leseivatlons east of the Bocky mountains and on the Pacific slope. To keep th Indians on their raaerwtloo, and to prevent disturbance and can Wots, the commissioner or Indjan affairs recom mends the organization of a mounted body of lu d tin auxiliarius, t j be drawn Irom the young men of the vri'l Mis tribes, arid to be under the command of thJ military authorities. I heartily concur tn this re -on, men tation. Us manner and general experl etcearbuch that th9 Indians so employed can be depended upon as lo loyal Udellty to the duties as siiie I them. But the principal end of our Indian policy caunot be promoted by police measures alone. Tout end consists in gradually Introducing among th Indians the habits of civilized life, by inducing tliem lo work for their own snppoit, by encouraging pride of Individual ownership of property, and ;by educaUiii the youug generation; and no efforts should be spared to bring to bear upon them the proper moral liiSii ('.'ices In that direction. stiuh e(7 orts should not ie sneered at as mere sentimental fan cies, nor should f'.ey be discouraged by the assertion that snoces Is imposslb'e. The advance made by some of Ui'! Indian tribes Is sutU lent proof that a si.nliar advance may be made by others. Whatever may be accomplished by the employment ot force, it Is certain, thai only an the Indians progress In the way of civilization, wdl they cease to be a trouble some aud disturbing element. XI it) .Sioux, so far, li .ve given evidence of a loyal spirit, and the rumors correal of a du'tiositlon on their nart lo become bos- tile have proved unfounded. The sejretury also s i)i that the greatest dlllicnlly was encountered in seiiuln;? s-ippllns irom the Missouri river to the new agencies In con-euen te of a comblnotlon of the transiHr!a'Un contractors to force tbe government to t'.'iv exorbitant prices. Their bids were rejected, and an oiganlzallon of wagon-trains, to be manned bv. Indians w'ih their ponies, proceeded with. The task was a dlllicult one, owing to the cha'ac er ofj the country .and the circumstaace lL.it the giass has Ihs-ii burnt off ' the plains between tbe Missouri river and the uow agen cies, as rumor Das it. by evil-disposed persons, to bring aboi't a failure of this experiment: but It h is so i.i r been succ-ssful. In regard to the out break of. tbe Bannocks last spring, secretary Schurz sajs: It must be admitted that they were insnf lluiently suppllesl w th focd. However, It was Ow ing to the appropriation of moneyby congress, which was utterly inadequate to their wants. The money available for feeding them amounted only to less ibau four and one-half cents a bead per day. This crealeil discontent among them, when the murder of a while min was commute 1 by an Indian; the Inulan was ari es't-.l, tried aud hiinc, and the discon tent giew Into excitement A military detachment attempted to disarm them, but wth only partial suc cess, and tlnally the outbreak took plaee. As re gards the outbreak of three hundred northern Cliey ennes, the secretary corroborates statements here tofore male by the commission ou Indian affairs In t pcclal reimrt on this subject, showing it was mt caused by hunger, nor by any neglect on tbe patt of government oftilals to furnish them sup piles accoruirg to tue treaty, but that, on the contra ry they r-'celved amplesnpplles.and morethan they were entitled to. Secretary Schurz a-lds: "While in many other Instances Indian outbreaks are traceable to tue treatment they receive at the hands of the whites, it ap;ars from tl)e Information quoted that In this ense tie outbreak as owing to the mlschlev o is spirit of bad me'i among theindlansthenselyes and thel-determination to return northward to their old hunting grounds." Nearly all these runaway Cheyetines have b?en captured or have surrendered, and are now held as prisoners by the mliituiy authorities in the Interest of general discipline. And In orter to show the Indians that nothing can be gained by su n ttisoroVriy conduct, it Is thought best o reluru them to their reservation In the Indian territory nf er having given the etvu authorities cf the .suits of Kansas an opportunity to Identify ti ose who committed murders, and other crimes, while passing through that State, so that they may be L.eell will according lo law. ecreUry biliurz strongly deteuds the action of the department re garding Ihe timber depiedatlons. and says: "We cannot close our eses to the fwcl that antulng like cump ete success In suppressing unlawful practices Is Impassible, unless the efforts made by this department for the protection ot the public propeay meet with hearty co-operation on the part of ma legls ailva branch of the government. Actual experience en ables me to say that the want of such co operation has hern, and will always be, encouragement to depredators to persl-t In their lawless operations, and to defy the authorities." The secretary recom mends such legislation as will preserve and enlarge the limber-bearing lauds ot the country. ItaDleiT'a Kleetrle Light. A London newspaper correspori'ient writes: " The state of expectancy In which the public mind allows itself to be held with reference totneso-calleJ divisibility ol the electr ic light by Mr. Jtdlson Is soiuew hHt surprislr g, seeing that all the time this olvlslblllty Is a fiil iYijfi in England, and msy be witnessed and tested any night of the week at the Iinut printing office. Armed with an order tor this purpose, I went there tbe other evening, and this Is that I saw: From gaslight we merged suddenly Into wtiat seemed a Hood of daylight, which came from 8..X small lamps, placed at Intervals around a large room, In which compositors and others were bnsy at work. These lamps were suspended so as to be raised and lowered at wilL In compliance wlta the wish of . one of the gentlemen present, one of these lights, selected at Laphazard, was turned out hi means of a tap, arid It remained out without the slightest perceptible tncea In the volume of light In the other lamps. Then another light at a distance was treated In a similar manner, and w.th a like result Tbe two were then relit by a turn of the tap the reverse way. and turn, d on full power. Then one was slightly 'lowered,' so as to give aliout a third of Its full light, as with ordinary gas. In short, we found there a useful ani agreeable light, which cm be moderated and ar ranged to suit all c renmstances. This Is the Hapleif light. I am no electrician, aud shall not attea.pt to g.ve a tf clinical description of the apparatus em ployed; but It seems lo possess great simplicity. M. Kipieft says he can rurn ten lights In bue circuit; that his carbons will burn for ten hours; that they can be easily renewed, and without extinguishing the Hit! ts. He further estimates tts comparative cost with gas as less than a third. His statements may be taken for what they are worth; 'but j-idglng from what I actually saw In the Tune ofllce, I should say the sooner gas shareholders begin to 'hedge' by In vesting In electric light shares tbe better." NASIlVlLJLSf. The Indignant Populace Attempt., to Wreak Veneeanee on the Mur derous isaioob-Keeper nnd Ills nistress. Special to. the Appeal. Nashville, November 27. The police were put on the alert at two o'clock this morning, by a report that a mob would appear at the Jail aud attempt to force an entrance aud lynch Lang ham, tbe murderer of Kelater and M' Andrew, It still hav ing been Insisted thst he was In that insti tution. F.fteen police were detailed, and remained at tbe jail. Langhaiu's grocery was also guarded for fear that it might be destroyed by the indignant populace. Showing the unusual atrocity In tbe deed was tbe fact Dial when tbe murderous blows were meted out the backs cf the murdered men were turned to Langham, neither ot them making anv untoward demonstrations. In fact they were not expecting the blows that sent them to eternity. Ere either could take lu the situation they were knocked sen-eless. Langham was In tbe habit, un til suppressed by law, ot giving low negro dances at his house, attended chiefly by negroes. They grew so boistrous and were attended by so much blood shed that tbe authorities had to sup press them. One negro Is said to have been killed there, and another almost fatally stabbed. Langham was a terror to tbe neighbor hood. Kelster's body was taken to Bowling Green, Kentucky, by his brother, to-day, for interment. M'Andrew will be buried here to-m arrow morning. Langham and Harriet Samples had their prelimi nary trial (ostponed until Saturday, at which time they will waive an examination. TIIE LOST lU3IHJELtA?IA. JTorther Particulars from the 111-Fated Vrtsoel Kvldence that All was not "Square" at the Time of her Sinking. London, November 27. Annie Westel, New York; Louis Kassman. Philadelphia; Amelia Ileamann, New York, and Sophie Kolzman, remained Ht the Sailors' home, in Dover, last night. All the survivors left for London or the continent this morn ing, with the exception of three children, who aie supposed to have been orphaned by the disaster. One of these children Is Martha Miller, aged four years, who says sho Is the daughter of a sea-captain, now at Buenos Ayres. The child adds that her mother, sister Dora and brother Allle were also on board the Pommeranla. One male and two female corpses from the wreck of the Pommeranla have been landed at Hastings. One of tha bodies was apparently that of an officer Of the steamer. Thomas Blight, a certificated ofllcer of the Eng lish mercantile marine, who embarked on the Pom meranla at Plymouth, was under examination all of yesterday morning Us the receiver of wrecks, and has been detained at Daver by the board of trade, be cause of the nature of his evidence. He says the Pommeranla was going at the rate of a half to three-quarter knot speed. There was a good look out and lights lucre burning, and It was not foggy. He hoard no whist e or foghorn before the steamer sank. There was time to save every life If order had been muiutalue.l. He was beside the captatn when the latter put on his life-preserver. He beard no orders given. It waa too late -for orders. One of the oillcers told him the water tight bulkheads were all open. Tnere was no more sea than In the Thames, and all could have been saved If the sail ors bad not rushed to tbe boats. Tbe Pommeranla's masts will be taken Out to-day. It Is not expected that the vessel will ever be mated again. J'he latest figures show ninety-four of the crotr cm i iJ on hi.wrti ii I .nH Umb. and fowl two passengers out of one hundred and nine. ' Sew York. 'Nev YoitK, November 27. The following dispatch was received to day regarding Ernest Lucke, wife and three children, passengers on the Pomme ranla: "Lucke and family ve'eTcst." While shak ing to a f i lead a few days berore leaving New York, Lucke said: "I shall not get of at Pivmouth lo visit England, but cross the channel direct." His friend said: "Don't you know It is nft lucky to continue tbe voyage in a vessel after It has once touched land with you." Lucke said: "I do net mind ancient superstition, and shad gi home first." The following Is a list of the passengers landed on Monday at Cherbourg: Mrs. Defrlere and family ol six persons, Washington; Mrs. E. A. Ward and family ot seven persons, New York; Mrs. K Arn steen and family of live persons, San Francisco; L. Schwartz, Otto Koonman aud Julius Cuarlsa, New York; W. S. Adams, Springfield. Massachusetts. Total, twenty-two. Also the following steerage passeugers: Johann Braun, (Julncy, Illinois; Fred Mori and Benedict Arn, Columbiana, Ohio; Phil Oross, St. Louis; Louis Velth, Sandusky; Mr. Alexander, Paris; C. J. Guililmet, Henry Geiger and D. Scherer, New York; L. Dresmer, New Jersey; F. Toenges, Hoboken, New Jersey; Sam Scbenlap, Columbus, Ohio; C. Kerkeby, Brooklyn; Charles Ap pel, Cincinnati. Total, hften. Kobert Poinmer, St. Louis; F. Sannler, New York; and Emll Bloeti, Clatksville, Tennessee, were also saved. A tclepiam from Maaslens, in reply to an Inquiry for Information of Captain Schwensen, says that he left IniiiieolsLely for Rotterdam. NEW YORK, November 27. A cable dispatch to the agent of the Hamburg-American line, contains the following additional names of passengers saved from th" Pommeranla, according to the passenger list; William Jesse, N'orwalk, Connecticut; John Kiicaetmau, lacrosse, Wisconsin; bopuia tioiiz bauseti (not on passenger list i; Matttn Appel. New York; Master K. C Harder, tireenpolnt.Loug Island; Jurgen Bannock, Davenport, Iowa; John W. John ston, Jamestown, New Yoik; George Kraus ai d M. Kraus, Delaware, Ohio; Fred Patterson, Williams burg, New York; J. C Olsoo, Omsha; James Lock ner. La Crosse; Carl Kullmeyer New Yoik; William hleman; Toledo, Ohio; August Becner. Buffalo; Gott lieb tiareer. Black Hills; William Mthelne. Detroit: Louis Talmski. Buffalo; George Weitzenhofer, New York; Louis Horndorler, St. Joseph, Missouri; H. C. Hanckelnann, Hoboken, New Jersey; II. Stroh, St. Louts: John Haak, Chicago; H. Stengel, New York; Wlihelui Hegermann, La Crosse, Rotterdam. Rotterdam, November 27. It is impos sible to converse with Captain Schwensen, who is under medical treatment, his nervous system being strongly allected. He has received nobody. The capta'u of the City of Amsterdam gives the following li. formation; "It was a very dark night when tho Pommeranla was off Folkstone, Captain Schwensen left the bridge for a moment when be felt the shock. He Immediately returned to the bridge, but he cannot well recollect subsequent events. The City of Amsterdam, which was passing at the time, heard cries for help, but could see nothing; nevertheless, she lowered her lifeboats, aid Captain Schwensen was found floating on a p lece of wood." The Tiee-Bexal Party. Halifax, N. S., November 27. The North street station was crowded this momlng to witness the departure of tbe governor-general and princess. The buildings were beautilully decorated, and great crowds were present an hour before the time for leaving. The vice-regal party reached tbe station at half-past ten o'clock, and were received by a guard of honor from the Sixty-third volunteer rilles. The marquis and her highness went at once to their tar, and ' leraalned on the platform till the train moved off, amid immense cheering, a salute being fired at the same time. At four o'clock in the afternoon the royal standsrd was hoisted on the Black Prince, the Duke of Edln burg commanding, when royal saint's were fired by the ciladei and the war steamers Bellerophon and B-iver. The Black Prince Immediately left her mooring, and steamed slowly out of the harbor, for Portsmouth, England. The wharves were crowde with peonies. Tlil'R'j. N. S., November 27. The vice-regal party arrived atone o'clock, and resumed their jour ney at twenty minutes past one o'clock. On the ar rival of the train his excellency was received by a royal sajuts from toe Halifax field battery, which preceded the royal train for that purpose. A large concourse of people was present at the station, and an address was presented by the mayor and corpora tion, to which the governor general replied. The train thn moved on. On the arrival of the train at Amherst a large crowd was present A beautiful arch was erected near the station, but as the salute was being bred It fell. No one was hurt, but there were several narrow escapes. ' An address was read by Canon Townsend. which elicited an appropriate reply from the marquis. A Long Pending Case Derided. St. Locis, November 27. A Topeka, Kansas, apeclal to the Glnht-Dentoer'it, says the su p'rem court ot that State has decided a long pend ing case to test the vall-ilty of tbe organization of Harper county, in tbe nave of which a large num ber ot fraudulent bonds were Issued a lew years ago and put on the markets of St. Louis and New Yoik. There were not twenty persons In the county at tbe time of tbe organization, and the issuing and selling of tbe bonds was the scheme of three or four persons to enrich themselves. There has been no election In the county for five years, but the legislature admitted a member from the fraudulent county, and pas.ed a bill authorizing the Issue of bonds ot the organization, although It was no doubt a great swindle, and effected solely for dis honest purposes. A Government Contractor Arrested. Cincinnati, November 27. John ST. Mueller, contractor for furnishing stone for the Chi cago customhouse, was arrested to-day. charged with unlawfully and feloniously consnlrlng with others to defraud the a vrnmeot. Mu-Uer was at first charged with defrauding Ihe government out of some eight hundred thousand dollars, but the amount was alterward reduced to four hundred thousand dol lars. Mueller was held in five thousand dollars ball lo appear In Chicago, December 10th. 1 m ' Game and FImIi. Those intending lo celebrate thanksgiving to-day should not fail to call on S. Clements, b6 Beale street, and make purchases of fresh fish, fine oysters, game, dressed poultry and turkeys, lie baa everything at his game dopot. FOltEIGN NEWS. An Attempt at Wholesale Assassination In Hungary England Taking Steps to Suppress the Transvaal Re bellionThreatening AtU- tade By Pert la Revenue and Expendltnrfsof Russia A Small Quantity or News from All Toints, but Withal Interesting1. Lahotie, November 27. General Roberta reached Fort Mahomed Aslm, near Krumfort. with out opposition. Itomliay. . . Bombay, November 27. It is reported that the Ameer of Afghanistan, upon hearing of the fall of Fort Alimusj'.d, released his son Yakoob Kahn. Trieste. Triestf. November 27. The town coun cil ha been dissolved by an Imperial order In con science, it is understood, of the majority coquetting with the Italian party. Bnkaresr. Bukarest. November 27. Princa Charles, of Boumania. has issued bis proclamation formally annexing tbe Dobrudja, and proclaiming-liberty and equality for the Mohammedans and Christians. Pails. Paris. November 27. Baron A. Del- swoerd, minister for Sweden at Norway; Cbevandier Devaldrome, statesman, and Gustave Andre, sena- ator, are dead. The American res'dents last night gave a ban quet In honor of Governor Bichard C. M'CormlcS. Ht. Petersburg. St. Ff.tersbcrq. November 27. The budget for 1877 shows the revenue to have been live hundred and forty-nine million roubles, and Ihe expenditures one hundred and fourteen million roubles, nearly nair oi wnicu was on nio army. The czar will arrive at si. peiersmirg necemner 3d. General Kaufmann Is expected at the same time. re si ii. Pestii, November 27. Last night while Tlsza, tlu Hungarian prime minister, was enter taining Count Andrassy and the members of the delegation, a DoniD expiouen in lue auey ueiweeu tins Fortress theater and the minister's palace. An ex amination of the fragments showed that the bomb had been charged with dynamite. The windows of the palace were shattered, but nobody was hurt. There Is no clue to the perpetators of the outrage. Great excitement prevails. Berlin. Berlin, November 27. The United States legation has requested the American consul at Cologne to make further Inquiries concerning the citizens of Wisconsin, arrested under the- socialist law, and Inform the legation of the result. BERLIN, November 27. It Is thought that the speech of General Kaufmann, at Tashklnd, In presenting the sword to the Afghan envoy, for trans mission to the ameer, was made, if at all, previous tojrhe signature of the treaty. Constantinople Intelligence has been received here thai a revolt has broken out In Kurdistan. Troops h.tve been sent to suppress the disturbance. London. London, November 27. Vigorous meas ures are being taken for the effectual suppression of the Transvaal rebellion. Mall steamers ot the Cape of Good Hope lines are being fitted up as trans ports. The first reinforcements sail early In De cember. , Intelligence has been received from New Caledo nia of a fresh massacre of tho colonists by ths na tives. Khurum fort was occupied by the British troops this morning. The Afghan garrison fled to Pesh war. at the northern extremity of Khurum valley, wheri they are expected to offer resistance to the Iuither advance oi General KODens. A disnatch from Dakka states that the roads through the Khurd Khyber pass aie Insecure because of plunderers. Kobbories are frequent, aud theie have been murders. Three hundred members of oae tribs near Allmusjld threw up entrenchments, and maintained tin hour's engagement. The Duke ot Argyle, formerly secretary of state for India, publishes a letter aenying certain assertions In Loid Crtinbraok's dispatch, lie says Gladstone's government did nut conclude an alliance with the ameer of Afghanistan, because the latter demanded that It thould be offensive and defensive, and pledge England to protect even bis descendants against In ternal and exteranl - A dispatch trora Labrlz, Persia, says "trial "bio question of the cession of the province of Khatand to Persia Is assuming a tlireatenlug.phase. and hos tilities are possible. A detachment of Persian troops have been sent to tne frontier i! oemanu uie evacuation of the province by Turkish oflicials. A Constantinople dispatch says that Prince Lo banoff has gone to Adiianople. Count Zlchy, the Austrian ambassador, has informed tho Porte that Austria will take care that the province of Eastern Roumella Is regularly constituted In accordance with the treaty of Berlin, and that the Russian Iroop3wlll evacuate Turkey in May. Austria aud the Porte have ag'eed In the principle concerning the occupation of Novl Bazar. Moukhtar Pasha has been appointed command-tut at Janiva. An im perial lr.ade has been published authorizing the Porte to negotiate for a loan of one hundred million dollats. FOItEIGX NEWS CONDENSED. The striking operators are resuming work at the reduction. Newspapers at Rome announce assassina tions in the provinces; It Is not known yet if they are political.- John Brown & Co., cordage manufacturers at Quebec, have suspended, with liabilities ot one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. At Leammtrton, Ontario, the propeller Lake Breeze burned to the water's edge, yesterday. Wm. H. Bush, colored, was burned to death. A very heavy snow-storm prevailed at Louisville, Wednesday, from three until eight o'clock. It was the lirst of the season. The amount ot bullion withdrawn from the Bank of England on balance Weduesday was three hundred thousand pounds sterling. The steamer Circassian, which left Liver pool for Halifax on the twenty-first, has put back to the former port with her machinery damaged. A Lahore dispatch to London, says: "It is believed that General Browne will profit by the panic of the Afghans to seize the Khurd-Cabul pass." The statement of the Imperial Bink of Germany f-hows an Increase la specie of eight mil lion nine hundred and eighty-five thousand marks. A dispatch from Berlin announces that on the emperor's return the authorities Intend to de clare Berlin In a state of sP ge under the provisions of socialist law. A Paris special from Rome e-iys the ro elalist agitation continues in the provinces. In Jesea the republicans are car lying the red Hag, and parading tho streets. It is feared at L:verpTl that fifteen per sons were drowned by tbe disaster to the ferrj boat which collided with a steamship at anchor In the river Mersey Tuesday. Cardinal Ntnu, by order of the pope, in structed the nuncios to urge upon tha various gov ernments the duly of repressing socialism, and re storing the prerogatives of the church. The stock of Rodgers & Orr Bros., heavy drg goods dealers, Nos. 385 and 187 Eighth street. New Y'ork, was damagrd by lire and water Wednes day night. Loss fifty thousand dollars; Insured. A Berlin dispatch says the prcprressist party has adopted a programme which Includes trial by jury for political olfenses. and the r.ght of parlia ment to fix the number of the military contingent and to vote supplies annually. Commissioners from the various States Interested In the erection of the Lee monument met at Richmond, Virginia, Wednesday night, and, after consulta' ion and discussion. It was decided not to award the contract at this time, owing to the Insuf ficiency of funds. The matter has peen Indefinitely postponed. The Fat Htock Know at Chicago. Chicago, November 27. Arrangements have been completed for the fat stock show at the exposition, December 2d. Animals are already en tered, and give assurance of a large and interesting exhibition. The date is set early. In order to give the eastern butchers an equal opportunity with the western to procure the piize stock for the holiday trade. Canada, Tennessee, Kent tcky, Ohio, In dians, Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin are represented lu the entries, which close Saturday. WM. S. FLIPPIN. Attorney-at-Iiaw, No. 970 Main Nr., Mrmphis, Tennessee HOMEAGAIN! ManufacturingiJeans Clothing CLOTHING CLEANED and REPAIRED, at ShOlt Notice, and pi Ices to suit the times. J. IXiKKNUKUU, 16 Adams st., opposite Worgham Honse, Jacob Sutter's Old Stand. EDWARD L. BELCHER, H. D. JORDAN, Res. 139 Alabama. Res. Wl Lauderdale. BELCHER & JORDAN AUonieys-nt-JLaw, 79 Hain St., Memphis, Tenn. The irleods and acquaintances of the late James T. Lkatu, are Invited to attend bis funeral from his late rteWJence, No. 204 Third street, od to morrow (FRIDAY) morning, at eleven o'clock. 138" 31EMOKIA3I. POINTER Mrs. Poistkb, wife of David Point" er, departed this life on Tuesday, November 2ti 187 :, e-ged 88 years. She died ot pneumonia, her death causing great sorrow ia tbo heart i of ull who knew her. We cau truly say that one of the best and kinds st of ladles Is gone. The messenger cf death has closed lu-r ever watchful eyes and lodged In peace her weary breast, and lulled her many cares to rest. She loved the society of ths good aud true; lived In the hap piness ot her husband, children aud friends co pure she was, that In ber presence the Blunderer quailed, forgetting to send forth his poisoned shaft Some rears ago Mas. Pointer gave her heart to her Redeemer, and from that time He has been to ber ihe chief among ten thousand, and the oue alto getiiei lovely." In all the relations ot life wife, mother, friend and neighbor she endeavored faith fully to do her duty. None knew her but to love her. None named ber but to praise." She leaves behind a husband and four children bowed down In grief. "May the ligt t which she kept trWamed and burning for tue bridegroom's coming," lead the loved ones left behind to lhat blessed abode where she now dwells. FRIEND. COTTON-SEED. CHANGE OF PRICE. OWING to the great decrease In the yield of Oil, and the continuous reduction In the price of products lu domestic and European markets, the Memphis Cotton-Seed Association Is compelled to announce the price of good, sound, new seed, de livered at Memphis wharf or depot, on and after December 4, 1S78, as EIGHT IUlLiABH JOHN B. GALLOWAY. Sec'y and Treasurer. Administrator's ATotice. HAVING qualified as tbe Administrator of tha estate ot Dr. Sam L. Raines, all persons In debted to said estate are hereoy notified to pay the same to me or my agent, 8. Frank Powel. All per sons having claims against said estate to tile the same with me, duly probated, and within tbe time prescribed by law, or they will be barred. SAM POWEL, Administrator. November 27, 1878. Administrator's Notice. I HAVE qualified as Administrator of J. W. Heath, deceased. Debtors to his estate will please set tle at once, and creditors will file their claims, pro bated, wiin me or my attorney. W. P. DAVY, Administrator. L. B. M'Farland, Attorney, 22 Madison street. Administrator's Notice. I HAVE qualified as Administrator of John D. Robinson, deceased. Debtors to his estate will please settle at once, and creditors will lile their claims, i rebated, with me orlmy attorney. FfiAi JOHN B. ROBINSON, Administrator. L. B. M'Farland. Atty.. 22 Madison street. Administrator's Notice. I HAVE qualified as Administrator of Gus. Reder, deceased. Debtors of bis estate will please set tle at once, and creditors will file their claims, pro bated, with me or my attorney. JOHN ZENT. Administrator. L. B. M'Farland, Attorney, 22 Madison street. A Dose of Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient Has removed the agony of rheumatism, and Its con tinued nse entirely healed the patient. Rheumatism Is but little understood. Same empirics resort to embrocations, which are real.y dangerous. It Is now acknoAietiged to be a blood disease, resulting from acldlly. Thi 4 ape lent corrects all such aridity, and thus cures the disease. All rheumatic suffereis are advised to try It. HOLD KT ALL DRUGQ1BTB. APOLLINARIS Mineral Water ! HIGHLY EFFERVESCENT. APPROVEDbythe Acatlemie de MedecintoT France, and its sale lu France authorized by special order of the Freneh Government. Recommended by the highest MEDICAL AUTHOR ITIES In New York as "a great relief for sea-sickness." " A delightful beverage; mildly antacid, most grateful and refreshing." " Far superior to Vichy, Seltzer, or any other." " Absolutely pure and wholesome, superior to all for dally use; free from all tbe objections urged against Croton and artificially aerated waters. " Impregnated only with Its own gas." " Healthful and well suited for Dyspepsia and cases of acuto disease, and where there Is a gouty diathesis." " By far the most agreeable, alone or mixed with wine; useful In Catarrhs of Stomach or Bladder, and in Gout," " Not only a luxury, but a necessity." To be had of all Wine Merchants, Grocers, Drug gists and Mineral Water Dealers throughout the United States, and wholesale by FRJED'-K ie BARY & CO.. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U. S. AND CANADA, Kos. 41 and 43 Warren HU, New York. Every genuine bottle bears the registered yellow pictorial label of the APOLLTNARIB COMPANY (LIMITED). LONDON J.P. Hanson. Late of Hanson k Walker. I. . Keahard. Southern Dye Works. Hanson & Rehard, PRO PHIK COBS. Htore and Office: i9H serond Street. Dye Works: No. 210 Pontotoe Street. MEMPHIS, TENN. LADIES' and Gentlemen's Clothing CLEANED. DYED and REPAIRED at short notice. All Cloths, Woolens, Silks.etc, DYED IN ALL COLORS. All orders will receive prompt (personal attention. Groris received and returned by express, m A victim of youthful Imprudence, eansing premature decay, nervous debility, etii. having tried in vain every tuown remedy, has found a simple sulf curd, which he will send fre'b to his fellow fmlierers. Address J.H.KEEVES,athtbaM St-i S.T. lATeber Pianos and other first-class PIANOS and ORGANS For sale Very Low for Cash, or on easy terms to good customers. Pianos and Organs for rent. E. Witzmann & Co., No. 233 Second Street, Memphis. HENRY L. GUION. R. J. BLACK, Late Dep. Clerk and Master -OF GUION, BLACK & CO., .(Succeeding W. D. M'CALLUM) REAL ESTATE BliOKEKS, Rental and Collecting Agents, No 1 MADISON 8T11EKT. Bowdre, M'Clellan JLjTAVE their COTTON OFFICE and WAREHOUSE open, and are prepared to handle cotton and ad vance on shipments. Office, 280 Front street J. A. TAYLOR. W. H. CARROLL. ft ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 3Tc. 16 Ulad 1 son St, Hem phis. M RealEsiateApcf Tap Carrol ASDBKW HTKWAKT, AKDREIV D. (ilVYKSE, P.H.HAYLEY, New Orleans, Sleaspbln. Memphis. STEWART, GWYME! CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS Nos. 356 and 358 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. AMI - Stewart Brothers & Co,, Cotton Factors and Commission Itlercliants, New Orleans, Louisiana. EDMUND ORGILL, New York. G. L. DEN1SON. A a M'NEAL. JOHN T. WILLINS. ORGILL B Our Stock of Goods is Fresh and Complete, and shall be pleased to receive your Orders. The Largest Assortment of Hardware, Cutlery, iachinery And Mill Supplies, to be found in the city. IRON PIPE, MACHINERY FIXTURES, GUM 'AND LEATHER BELTING. A. TACCAIiO. Bm TACCAEO. A. B. TACCAKO. A. YACOARO & CO., 1SLPOSTEU3 AM DEALERS IX WINES, LIQUORS & CIGARS, No. 324 Front street, Memphis. SIMON FEUCHT. JACOB BLOCK. SOLE AISTS FOR THE CELEBRATED "POSSIT9I HOLLOW DISTILLERY.' FEUCHT & BLOCK, WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS, omr .'Al-hc NO. 314 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN. 31UBRA1 & lEHXSELtY, Merchant Tailors, So. 3$ Madison Street Take pleasure in notifying their friends and the public generally that they have re opened their store with a new, large and full Stock of the very Latest Styles of imported goods. Prices moderate. We solicit those who contemplate ordering their Fall and Winter Clothing to give us a call. HURRAY ARIUtiELY A. C TBLADWELL. B. TREAD W ELL. A. C. & A. B . TREAD WELL & CO (SUCCESSORS TO A. C. Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors, No. 11 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn. tWConstenments of Cotton solicited and Liberal store, as wen as that consigned to us as. W. ESTE8, Late Kates, 'lier &bc (SUCCESSORS TO Wholesale Grocers, Cotton Factors And Commission Merchants, Nos. 11 and 13 Union John W. W. IV. ttny. Buy, Di aril Wholesale Grocers and Gotton Factors, 260 and 262 Front st.. Memuliis. M. (iavln, John . Sullivan, M. Gavin & Co. Wholesale Grocers. Cotton IFactors, And Commission Merchants, 232 Front Street, Momprtia, Tonn, Between Adams and Jefferson. Onr MAJOR T.'J. COWGILL devotes his wbole time to the Weighing and Sale ot all Cotton Intrusted to our charge. We have our own Cotton Warehouse, corner Washington and Second. . BAU5I, Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Cigars No. 356 Slain Street, Memphis, Tennessee. WE have re-opened our establishment with an Increased stock of Wines, Liquors and Clears, and are prepared to nil orders on short notice, and would respectfully solicit the trade of our for mer Customers and Public generally. W. !. WILKERSOH & CO., Hare Removed to their JTew and Spacious Building-, 334: MAIN STREET, WHero tlaotr BuHlnoas a.js WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, Will be conducted on a Larger Scale than ever before. Tbey will be glad to see all their Friends and Customers at I heir new store. TTAVm B'OR 750 Brls. "Nelson Distillery" Fire-Coppei BOURBON WHISKEY! SPRING OF 1373 FREE AND 3DQ BrlsTuBQissee Malt WliisKBy RS & CO. S. 8. TREAD WELL TREADWELL & RR03.) Advances made on same. All Cotton Insured while In by river, unless otherwise instructed. II. DOAS, Memphis. BOAI & CO ESTES, FIZER & CO.) Street, Memphis, Tenn. IMllard. K lu Coffin. a Thos. Clark. . 31. J, Clark. BIXH IKST. - 74'75 - 76 - '77; IN BOND Coffin, H Mil ! oun Millinery, Dress Goods, Cloaks and Fancy. Goods, CHEAPER TU1X ANYWHERE ELSE IX THE UMTED STATES, All French (Impoitedl pattern Hats at cost. Hats costing SilO and s-tii. for 12 aud J 15. Lovely Hats worth $20. for S10 and SI 2. Beautiful Hats worth SIS, at SS and S10. Very handsome Hats for So, S and 37. WF. COMMKXCE THIS YEAR OH! CLOSING S.VL.E At the BEGINNING of the SEASON. Crepe Hats worth S10. for So and Sti. Crepe Hats worth S. for $4 and So. Crepe Hats lor S t, S3 50. S4. crepe veils ior a. Crepe Veils for S2 RO. Crepe Veils for S3, S4, So. Jnst Opened. 10,000 new Hats In the following styles and shapes: TULIPS. HAMILTON'S, HASTINGS, SARA TOGA, BEEF-EATERS, CELTICS, AND MATINEES. These hats in the real felt, camera hair and cash mere Quality. (jtrv at aiea action Of all hats. Beautiful Hats at 25c, 50c, 75c and SI MR. KKEMEI5 Is now tn New York, enabled on account ot the lateness of tbe season, to buy extra GREAT BAKGAIXM. We mean to sell them EXTRAORDINARY CUE A I Now, while the people want them. Jl'HT OPENED, Cashmere Feathers, Cashmere Bands, (old-Tip Feathers, Novelties In Wings, EXTRAORDINARY CHEAP. HLiACIi CASIIMUUES. (Extra Cheap.) Beautiful Black Cashmere, very, very good, at 65c. Beautiful Black Cashmere, 75c Extra quality, 5c and 90s. Something Al tor SI. The very handsomest only SI 25, worth SI 75. NOVELTIES IN DRESS GOODS! JUST OPENED Camel's Hair, Plalds,rCorduroys, all the elegant combinations; etrlped Satins, ot lned Vel vets, Watered Silks, Tinsel Flushes, and all tbe Novelties for Trimming Dresses. OPENED SATURDAY NIGHT, OAK III IDIZKD Xew and Terr Fashionable Dolmans. TWO llDXnRED New Cloaks at Extra Bargains this Week Matalasse Cloaks S4 50. Matalasse Cloaks So. Braver Cloaks So. SH, S7. Extra good Cloaks S, SI. S10. Magnificent Cloaks S 10, S12. $13. Very, very handsome Cloaks S14, S15, SlrJ. Beautiful Dolmans S10 and $12. Rich Dolmans 15, S17 50 and S10. Elegant extra Dolmans S22. 24 and $26. JCST OPEXE1). 2iH) Cases new Goods In every department. NEW JEWELRY, FILIGREE BRACELETS, JET AND INDIA RUBBER JEWELRY. OUR time this season to do our Fall business In Is very short, and we will sell at once tbe GREATEST BARGAINS known for years. MR. KREMER has bought Cloaks. Dolmans, Dress tioods. Millinery, etc, at about HALF PRICE, and we will sell them at same. HALF PRICE, LADIES! KBEHER, 1IKBZQQ & CO. I.OUIS LMG S Southern Corset Manufactory, WHOLESALE RETAIL. 8S3 MAI.V ST. OPEN again with the lar gest stock of Fine and Very Ixno-Irical torHeta. New lines of Abdomen Cor set, Nursing Corsets, Inva lid's Corsets, Werley Corsets. Mlsties' Corsets, extra stout Corcet; imprvved Abdomen Supporters, Shoulder Braces and Skirt Supporters. Best Corset Steels in the city; Whalebone Corset Laces and Pads HOODS SEXT C. O. D. C W. HEISXELL, Attorney- a.X la,t7tr. A'o. 41 Madison street. Rooms ai A 583. Planters Ins. Bnlldlng. FRANKLIN FEMALE COLLEGE, HOLLY SPRINGS, MISS. THF Fall Session of this time-honored Institu tion will be continued on Monday, 2d day of December, 1878. Terms moderate. For particular! apply to MhS. M. B. CLARK. Pilnclpal. E. M. APPERSON. G. V. RAMBAUT. E. Il, Apperson Co. GROCERS, COTTOX FACTORS, AND Commission Merchants 238 and 38 Front and 6 Jefferson Mtau MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE. tiKerp always on hand a well selected stock of Plantation Sutplles. Cotton a specialty. Liberal advances made oa consignment. SPECIAL. TEKM OF THE CHANCERY COURT OF SHELBY COl'STY, Appointed Tor the 4th of December, 1878 IN pursuance of the athorlty vested In me by Sec tion HH41 of the Code of Tennessee, I herebv ap point a special term of the Chancery court of Shelby county, to commence on Wednesday, the 4th day of December, 187R, for the dispatch of the business of said court. This November 3, 1878. W. W. M'DOWFLL, Chancellor of fchelby County. J.W.ROWLETT, COTTOX FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 355 Front St., Memphis, Tenn. New Crop Grass Seeds AND G-AHDEN SEEDS FOR FALL SOWING. ALSO, a full line of Fruit Trees and Evergreens Just rese ved at OTIO MCHWILL A CO.t. 223 MAIM STREET, under Worsbamlhouae.