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HERNANDO INSURANCE COMPANY, .. No. 17 Madison Street. TIIIS ntniuii I. now dolnaeOereral Inia rnne Huslness. Its stock is owned by our city merchant and husiness men. It aim If to do safe local business to th. advantage Of botn tbt Company ami th. Policy Holder. 8. B. WILLI1MS0H, President BEN. MAY, Secretary, niHKCTOHHi A V A CPA HO. Pl'NSrOMB, k r.vVixiamron.m. l. m each am HENRY 1 ATltn, K. McDAVlTT. D. II. TOWNSEND. GAYOSO HAVINGS INSTITITION, . i MEMPniS. TENNESSEE. Banking House 19 Madison St. Thlf Institution, organlted In 18G6, baa km In oontiunotu and sueoessful operation (or tbs put ton rear, eontinnee to transact a GENERAL EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUSINESS. Will receive Deposits. Bay and Sail Foreign & Domeatto Exchange), Hold, Silver and Vncnrrent Memejr. BELLS Exohange In tnmt to suit purchasers, n London and all the leading eitles of th United Rtates, and will make oollectlons on all accessible places in the Booth and West. E. M. ATERT, Cashier. 10-1 .TOH f). T,Af I"R. PfPRlilont. FOR RENT. Residence and Stores. FOR RENT Residence No. S.17 Adams street i " 442 Main- " Stores Nos. 450. 4r2, 454 Main streot; Ptnre No. Ifl7 Secnd street. Cottage Residence, 14 Mnnroi streot. W.B. WALDRAN. W ' M Main streot. liiiu Hi-NT-TOTTAOK IIOUSK. ON COR Ji ner Monroe and Wellington streets. Ap ply to GOOPI.FTT A CO.. 77 282 Front streot. tOR RENT A DWELLING nOUSE, enn'ainlng fix rooms, on Robeson street, in the Mailmen P.rto, -''LIlTy BROS.. 72-1 Corner of Second and TTnion streets, TOR RENT OR LEASE. One good Cottage Tlouse, in best repair, with four rooms, kitchen and dining room, and atableiand outhouses, good cistern, and three aeroi of ground, on Walnat itreet, near St. Ag nes Academy. Apply to 102K Third street. 75 TXIR R ENT STORK HOUSES NO. HSB f and Hfil Shelby street. Also a larc-o omcein the Walkor R'ock. Apply to TH08. TJ- COCK, Main street, up s'airs. ' 37-t 1XR RENT. TIIK TWO NEW RITILD- J invs fo tfos. 90 and 92 Alabama street op posite the Gaeer place, containing ten rooms and garret each. Ren moderate, to a rood tennnt. Apply to GKORGB P. ZEIQLER, in the resrofl.37 Hill street. 22-t TOR RENT STORES Nos. &i AND SO POPLAR STREET, with twelve rooms oyer them. These are fine stands for business, and only a few feet from the Overton note. Rent moderate. Inquire at the TiKnnm CnnntlnT Boom. FOR SALE. TOR SAMS A LF. RF-ITOT,D INTEREST r in a well located RESTAURANT j also the fixtures, implements, eto , belonging to said Restaurant. For terms a"d parHru'nrs. apply to I). H. PORTON, 82 No. 83 Routh C"nrt streot. TOR SALE OR RENT , -. , THE GRUNDY PLACE, on Pigeon Roost road, with three acres of ground attached, one and a half miles from Court Square. Inquire nf BROOKS, If KELT CO., S3 2S0 Front street. IKfl WILL BUY COUNTERS. 8HELV Ol'J'' ing, fixtures and some stock in a Briek Grocery, now doing a good business, sit uated opposite the New Jail. Reasons for sell ing, doath of owner. For terms piilyto ' REED A WILSON, Successors to C W. Po"l. 7fl ' Odd Follow' Hull. WANTS. WANTED. A SOUTHERN MAN, A gradna'e wishes a re-enragomont as Teacher: hns hnd considerable experience : oan give good references. Addreis TEACHER, at this office. w ANTED A SITUATION- AS ENGINEER OR SAWYER, by one of several years' experience, and who understands his business thorounhly. Address 7,V E. R.. Pcbi.it Lanona Office. WANi'KD- -KOARI1KKH. HOARD FOK T t two nr throe families, and also day board for sinsle gcn'lemen, csn be had in a first-ola'S family, on Adams s'reet. On account of the timos the price will be 'ow. and reduced from formerrntes. References exchanged. Inquire at the I'uhlio Lkooeb Otlioe, or at JON ES' Drue Rtnro. 74-9S W ANTKD-A G"OD SVWKKR, FOR A Oaum Mill. Anillv to J. 4 J. STEELE A CO.. 7P, lfiH Front -treot. ANTED A noinnetnnt Accountant, with tlOOO.in cah. to take half interest, and become n active partner in a paying a"rt well csta"nne,i nun nes in this citv. KENNY APORTKR, Kit Williams Block, oo nor Madison and Sco rn streets. '3-T IBTANTKD-A SITUATION AS BOOK- IT KEEPER, by an old oitiren, well recom mended. For particulars, irANTKD-AGENTS TO SELL THE TV " Crescent Sewing Machine," the most profitable Machine for agent to sell. Price, I'.Vi. Send for circulars and samples of sowing. i:PTY A INGRAM, 245 Second street, Mem- p n i . 'iennc.ft TAKEN UP. AKEN UP. A medium sisod bay horse MULE, which the owner can get by proving properly and paying Br can get by proving properly anil paying gee and paying for this advertisement, by iiinn C C. CLiAl, Fr"nttrect. rti.rgee ca liu t LOST. TOST.-LATK YESTERDAY KVKMWH, i either at the Poplar street market, or be twenn th.eorn.r of Fourth and Pooler and No. 30 Poplar, a pair of Hold Spectacles i drop M.l and lost hy me. The finder will be libe rally rewarded by leaving them at the 1'riiLic Aignaaa otto.. n 77 lTf'ftU TORRyCF NOTICES. "VJOTICK.-AT TM B DECEMBER TERM of the County Court of hhelby county I till aoply for letters test ami ntary on theesute af J. M. To ownes. deceased. 7i-lt IU U tlTO RRe N (IK. " TOTKE-TO MY FhlENDS.-HAVRsB I returned from he country, I will re Bin. auy praciice, end c. be finiod at my resideoca, NO. 221 WASHISTON STREET, at all hours of the day and night. .Administrator's! A'oliee. 4 S ADMHtirrRATfR OF TnE ESTATE J of R. B. (iiKert. deccaerd. I l"n. av. aulhori'y to wind np. or transact nr l-ines apperiainine t id e"ie, or ennected witn th. firm of Gilbert, Ham. At Co.. Ih. earn, havine, by niutu.l consent, been dissolved ot the K h of f-ep ember la-t. All persons hold ing claims stains t the said firm, or against i n-parat. !: of B B. Gi l.ert. wi l present tin. pri perly aulher.tir(d in tbetim.pre wilxd y law. and all wt e ar. indebted to aid Srui.nr 'h. sal ' eeparal. e-tai. ef B B. 4iithrt ii!pUa com. ltrward aoj make biTit ent. 'd.cs '."5 Fr.ct ft-fet. jTm. OllEFRT.Ja.. Admirirtr:or the.MaU of B- B. G:.brt, PUBLIC LEDGER. Ofllce. No. 1M MnellsiOTi Htrwt. I LARSKST VU (IKCILATION THE OITY. MKMIMIIH. Wadnaaflay Bwa'g, Nov. 27,- 1867 Meteorologisal ObiervaUoni. airoiTin by idwabd noi.psniTH. November 2dth, 18n7. THBiaoviTiti. BignwrTll. 7 a.m....- 4'i'i 7.1.92 1 p.m...... Kl'J . , , 2U-IU V p.m.................. . bi ' i i 29.94 Mean.... 61 7 9 93 Pittsboro Coal and Gas CoKt Brown k Jones', office 247 Second street Weiehed br County Inapootor. tt t n vi i iv.. u i ."I.... " al No. 190 J Main street Arrival and Departure of Trains, maaiaaippl aid tihnissx aii.bod. Arrive. Jtritari. New Orleans express, dnilv. S:43a.v. t r.u. Freight daily, save Sundayi 3:45 r.u. 4:40 A.M. MXUPHIS AND ("HARHBTnH BIM.BOIO. Through express, daily 10:55 r.N. A: 10 a.m. Through mail, daily 1:40 p.m. A:HIp.m. bomervilla ao. lav Sunday 8: 10 a.m. 3:40 r.M. MRMPHIS AND OHIO miLaoin. Mail Express 8:im p.m. 11:00 p.m. KXpress - 10:4.1A.M. 4:00 r.M. LOCALS IN BKIEF. ThaPl.anpo.w rm.ri -ill mntn Friday. Anderson Murrsy is under arrest for stealing hsrncss from Joyce's stable, on Adams street. AneeloMarre. who killed Malatesta. has been indicted bv the Criminal Court grand jury for murder. The funeral of Mr. James Malatesta was largely attended by our Itnlian fellow-citizens yesterday, Henry Thompson has been sen tenced to twenty -one years' imprison mcnt in the penitentiary, for arson Jo. Locke, 22 Jefl'crson street, has received No. 2 of volume 1 of the South ern Journal, which the people should purchase. A man named Martin, who recently mbK th. Rn.,ii,,n pma uuuvu w u v iv a si jjih.oli vi- i u i y at Bellefonte, Alabama, of $300, has been sentenced to six years' imprison mcnt in the penitenlary. To-morrow being appointed Thanks giving Day, the post office will close in the morning at 10 o'clock, open at 4 and close at 5 p.m. -The carriers will de liver letters and papers only in the morning, omitting the afternoon trip. II you want late narjers or neriodi- calaof any kind, stationery, the latest ' novels, etc., Jo. Locke, at No. 22 Jeffer- son street, can fill all orders at the lowest 0i..;,.a. ti. :: jj..o. vvacifH u .ubvijjuaiuK newsist. and can buddIv any demand. On his counters the latest and best will always be lound. Urokers, bankers and others will bear in mind that Major Woodson sable to furnish them government and other stock quotations direct from Wall street or Lnndnn fnr . mll cnn.i,l.i-t:n well as gold, and tho New York and Liv erpool cotton markets. Arrangements for them can be made at the telegraph office. Every Saturday is a monthly, con taining a very large amount of very in. teresting matter, from the most popular English periodicals. The last number is ust received at Emmons & Son's, 10 Jefferson street; also, Harper's Bazar of Fashion, already the prime favorite of the ladies; tho Scientific American, Wilkes' popular Spirit of the Times, the handsome Waverley Magazine, Cincin nati Times, St Louis "Democrat and Re publican, Chicago Tribune and Times, Louisville Courier, New York Times, World, Tribune and Herald. New Memphis Theater. The unfa vorable weather and the fact that the opening piece was not positively an- nounced until late, caused Miss Fanny Price's debut to be witnessed by only a mall audience. The play was Fanchon, which has been almost worn threadbare I during the past few years, and to which so few actresses are adapted. Miss Price is still quite young, and possesses a fine figure. Her face, while not positively beautiful, is yet handsome, and beams with intellect We have rarely seen an actress whose facial expressions are more subject to her will, or who more thorough ly understands the art of rendering their use a power in portraying the passions. I She baa a voice too heavy for comedy, I but possessing a deep pathos which involuntarily causes ones pulse to quick- en in ajmpaui, wnu tue pafisiun sue ao ,L -.1. ,L. : L I thnllingly portrays. 1'anclion is on- suited to Miss Price, and she appeared ,u .t .a0l u..u uu,j, uivsv t uu uceu rehearsed by the company in anticipa- tion of a too late arrival of the " star " for one of her own choice to be presented. Yet, she is superior to any one whom we have seen in the character for years, more than making up for tho boydenish sprightlincss with which a portion of the noraonntion is invested bv her mairnifi. cent rendition of tho more thrilling parts, Of her possession of the finest tragic powers, even Fanchon gave evidence, and if she but maintain the excellence already shown, ber claim to the position of a favorite will not long be disputed. Mr. Ilanchett's " Father Barbeaud " was excellent, and gave much satisfaction, but like his meritorious step daughter, he is more in his element in heavier parts. Mr. Ellerton, for the third or fourlh time recently, failed to put in an appearance ; and "Didier" was taken by Mr. France, bv whose substitution the audience lost nothing. Miss Pier- son's "Madelon," and Mrs. Allen's "Fadet" were excellent, and the other characters were acceptably personated. This evening Lucretia Borgia will he presented, with Miss Price in the title role, Mr. Ilanchett appearing as the "Duke," and Mr. Anderson as "Gubetta." This piece will give Miss Price an oppor tunity for illustrating tbe fine tragic powers of whose possession L has al ready given vuch abundant evidence. The'CW kmaler'l Hat i. the afterpiece. The celebrated p!ay of Kobody's DaugK-1 Ur will be trestntrd to-morrow nigbt DEST11UCTITK FIBE. Another lla Luudiiuirk h BlnM of fchapcle Kulnai. Total ConllnirrRlloii of (he Old KoUuloo Medical College lIuildiuK. About nine o'clock lait nigbt the large buildinv on Beal, near the, corner of Lauderdale street, which Tor many yeari bai been one of the prominent land marks of Southeastern Memphis, . was ae,tro7e(I D.r bre- As soon as possible lhe ena' hastened through the muddjr ,treetg to the fir. nd rendered all the I aesiBiauce possiDie, out oeiore tnoir ar rival the flames had attained too great a headway to ba arrested. In a few mo ments the interior was s vast sheet of flames, and this morning but a few shat tered pieces of walls reared their ghastly heads to mark the site of the old well known oollege. The building was erected as a Botanico- Medical College eight or ten years ago, and for several years as sucH occupied, the venerable Dr. A. P. Merrill being at one time its President. Early in the War 't was soizod by the Government and used for hospital purposes. At a later dBy " ,0" lnt0 tho hands of tho Freed- men 1 Burou. nl became a headquar- ters ,or lh0 woolly-headed knobs of that ""cresting piece of furniture. Last year uev- ur- "ORO" secured a lease ot the building, had it thoroughly clonnsed and repaired, and opened as "St Lazarus p,i ,.. lf , ,, College. A low months since the ounuing passeu into ine hands ot Hcv. Dr. S. II. Ford, who, with aasislbnta, aasumea c narge, naming the institution institution tho Memphis College. From that period until last nigbt it had flourished as an institution of learning. Only a day or two since Dr. Ford removed bis family to the building and had scarcely become domiciled when startled by the flames and smoke which so soon rendered them i uouseiess. Tho building, which is a total loss, oeiongea to a Wisconsin gentleman named m.ss. ur. ord had secured it . j i u. nJr ah k y r nu 'r icrra ui years, w.tu m.o j-nvucB- , purcnas.ng Bt me BApirauon oi inn lease. II. was vaiuea ai viu.uuu-no insurance, ur. 1- ord Bucceejcu in removing me greater por tion of bis household furniture in a dam- j ..... t... ., . "Beu BlBlc BUl neory me entire appara - l,us bf, th.e wa destroyed. The aoctor 8 ,0M- ,n '"niture, college ap- paratus. money expended in renairs. etc.. i - . - - canD01 IB" no" 01 "u iu". " which. "fortunately, there is no insur- " " ejru.PwU. wim our ,r.eut,, l" uu,;luri ,u u' oas. a" 'ru cunego is odcb more in iuu . ,, n ful1 ill Uf, oe . ... b,aat 'he increase of patronage wi raP'd enough to soon requite his losses. During the tire, Mr. Edward a.. Hen- B - ion. ?n "P'ye ot Messrs. A. beessel Son, narrowly escaped death from the falling walls and timbers, while assisting in removing furniture from the burning building. He was considerably, although not seriously bruised. Tub Nicolsos Pavbmbnt. The pub lio who began to fear that the work of paving Main street would cease until Bpring, and thus give us another sea of muo, win Degratined to learn tnat enough lumDernas arrived to complete the cntiro street, and that the work will be prose- culed henceforward with the vigor char- ..I. fW... R.M.!. f.Ha.n :fr - - -..-., ru l:n I ho .nffinoannff la tn (ho immorli. . ate charge of Capt Hood, who gives it his personal superintendence. As soon as the gang working northward haS reached Exchange street, the paving in that direction will cease until the south- ern terminus of the street is finished. Madison street is understood as the cen tcr of the city; yet, with the exception of three squares on Second and one and a half on Main Btrect, the territory south of that line does not possess a foot of the countless squares of Nicolson already laid. Property holders south of Madison street, who pay the burden of the taxes, are beginning to feel somewhat restive at this seeming disposition of the Improvement Committee of the Board of Aldermen to favor only one division of the city. There are now three paved streets leading to the Charleston depot, three finished a great portion of tho way to the Louisville depot; not one to the ... . r ., I M.ssiSSippi OepOl, to WDIcn mucn OI me heavy draying goes. Our municipal autrmrities should endeavor to do justice 10 ail parties, ana nov auow vnuir aciioua to savor of favoritism. fluEKNt.Aw Opera HousB.-There was a good though not crowded bouse to wit A bouse to wit- hantment last of the success 3 Oi ine euccesa ness the Tale of Enc night Tbo best evidence ofthe Talt ia the fact that il ha not Iet "rawn a poor House, aunougu muo ana rain nave been its accompaniments. M'Uc Gallntti and Mons. Cardclli on the opening nights established themselves as favorites by their magnificent per formances in tbe ballet, and the other members of the corps have almost as rapidly found favor. Misses Helene de Vere, Susetta Star, Lillie Wheeler, Ros Denier and others less prominent charm much by their beauty as the fine dancing which is so often applauded, and are constantly adding to tbe already Urge number of admirers. The piece is being broueht out most successfully, and bids fair to Lave a lengthy run. The doors will be opened at tbe usual bonr to night Friday evening tbe handsome and sprightly Miss DeVere will Lake a benefit She should have a large au dience. Pebsoxal Mr. Edwin Booth, Mr. Magonigajf , his agent, and his " leading lady.iMisa Mary Mc sicker, are ex- BecteiTOB tbe Kilgour from et loais ,vm .,;., m n ta Mnbil. Should . u k :n -I unT-iTensier.,",,.,,,,.. a dsy. Mr. 15DOtn wul open la ilobi.s Monday. . "T I V" J AFFRAY ' ON STEAUEK JVULl One IVogro Killed and Three Wounded ty m Croiy SI an. At Springfield landing Sunday even ing, an old man named lloraoe Collier, evidently half crazy, went aboard the ateamer Jolia, to goto St Francis river. A abort tint afterward he aroused the passengers by declaring that the negroes on the boat were trying to kill him. lie was quieted at the time, but later, when the crew were going to the cookhouse for sapper, he drew a re peater and commenced firing. Five shots were discharged, one killing a negro named Henderson Jones, and wounding three others, named Frank Jasper, Rufus Horton and Russell Ad- ml f n Hi n. waa .....lad a ni. An Iha Tut Doklon Moboib Cask. This case has occupisd the Criminal Court for the last seven days, and has attracted more than usual interest. Donlon is charged with the murder of his wife, tome time last March. The evidence is principally a dying declaration ; but the weight of the evidence seems to show that a negro shot deceased instead of her husband. , The testimony was closed yesterday about 12 ra., and the argument commenced all p m. Mr. J. B. Ferhoam opened for tho State, presenting the law, and was followed by Colonel Oearce Uantt, for Ibe defense, in an able, argumentative and powerfully eloquent address. Col. Gantt was followed by . . T, , ... Captain D. h. Meyers, who made the closing argument lor the defense, oi about two hours' length. He made a most ablo, pointed and eloquent argu mcnt He dissected the evidence with a masterly skill, and applied the principles of law in a manner which showed him, at the same time, the good lawyer and accomplished debater. Capt Meyers wns followed by J. B. Robertson, who closed for the State, in a lcncthv and i -. .... D w able argument. Ibe case was eiven to tho jury, who have not yot returned I verdict J Xu Uoniiarian Balsam or Life I i It ; u,)DCces8ary to dwell upon th vaufl of ,uch , prepftr8tioo, as a stand' ..A familv mHipinfl. It haa nnt Wn forced upon publio Btlontion b, indirect Its cures have been its leading ,jtfftP.:,.mAI1,. .nj thn randid Hmi. i r 1 Rjrtna ,f nhvaini&na nf oharant.pe and run, iu inci , voocheri Thro h. out the goB,h and of h o , i Ciusiern otaies, us merus are wen Known: and in a land f .hioh rnn.m.;n i. the univerBaI and most fatal . no nomegtead .houid be without iL It mft. very properly be termed the only relia r-r -t - -"-j hie remedy in the worst cases of polmo- ,. ... . nary disease; and the best curative of ....... ... all the gli ht form. of cod co h and :fl. ,- ,i .;mi. j . IUUIII1IUUIIIU, IUU VHU UUDIIUII UI U1BU , fc. whoopint C0Bh pain in th8 breagt and night sweats, it has no equal Mansfield & Hiobsb, Sole Proprietors. Our entire stock of white goods re duced 33 per cent IoLAUER & PBITZ, t 255 Main Street Messrs. Marsh, Warner &, Co., No. 46 Beal street. Hickman Block, continue t0 ,eu tne be8t 0f bootg and gn0eg at tbe TerT jowegt nriCea. They have a stock selected expressly for this market, to which they invite tIie in8Motion of the ... ... , , . punno. AU mo latest sty.es or snoes, I .. .., . tti i unniiemen s. laaies ana cuuaren s. can tbere be obtained, and they have an as- 8ortment 0r bootg wh0se superior in i nnal;tv nnnnnt VtA fnnnd nnvshora For Sale. The property on tbe cor ner of Adams and Second streets, be longing to G. P. Mcath, can be purchased of the undersigned at $28,000 one half cash, balance in twelve months, lien retained for deforred payment Applies-1 tion to bo made by four o'clock the 28th inst., and terms must be complied with on same day. Title will be guaranteed. App.y to Ainney & rorter, M oouia uourt street. AU Wool Flannels at 35c. a yard ; good Hair leis at 5o. a piece; bent XecdlCH and Pins at oe. a paper, at J. II. AiOew ensfinc fc Bros.. 231 III a ill Mreet. They are selling out. , r,nB ;, R -nHidat for Alder. man fom the fif,h wafd He ha a. . p. m tprm - tn. ha(t , mmbtt of friends, and will doubt- ,CM makg Btr0Dg rftce Jjichael is too tn. ,np .n,i,in- . h .aid .. to qacaiions ior me position. Drt Goods at astonishingly low prices at Liudauer, Arnold 4 Co.'s. t Those unfortunate enougu to require 1 treatment for diseases incident to indis cretion should read the card of Dr. D. S. Johnson, whose private medical dispen sary is now permanently located at 210 Main street He is said to have beon quite sucaessful in treatment Gbeat clearing sale of dry goods at Lindauer, Arnold k Co.'s. t Mai Street Stbaoooob, Services aroroDriate to the day wiil be beld in this bouse to-morrow morning, com mencing at half-past nine o'clock. The music and singing will be of a superior order. Sermon by the Rabbi, Rev. S. Tuska. 3Se. for Dress Goods worth 75o., and 35o. for beautiful Alpacaa and English MerlnoB, at. H. Loewen atlne 4 Bros , Clsy Building. Tbey I are aacrlQclog Gooda to close by I tha 1st of January. Th Race. Don't forget the race tomnrrow over tha Association Con raft. eamer permuting mere wiu-d one I SDOrt. See advertisement I - , 7. T"., , , tnK qual ry, au wool dibcr Droaa cloth, $2 aad tl 60, at lOLACER m rRITE. I uiDi V u 1 V. 1 waai,VDl.l.u, auuwuMVa. a. K-MWR. . . iaaav. . . . , , ,,..,.. . a o. . ... - I boat reaching Vicksburg, lodged in jaiL UooN at tjU, and ltojV Iloola I Men's Ca lmere llafsj at $3, and Gen I'm good Llnen-boaem gulrlnntftl 00, at J. II. Loew. eiiMtlue aV Ilroa., 831 Main. atreet. Tliey are cIomIuk up their fdore. Oca Job Orru The Pdbi.io Ldoii job priming department has been lately supplied with the latest and most ap' proved patterns of type, borders and presses, and is bettor preparod than ever to accoiniuoJiite the mticantile publio Our prices will continue to be the mos reasonable in the city, while our wjrk is guarantied to give satisfaction. We have the nly compute printing office in the city, and will continue to give our ens - tomes inducements no others in thir market can afford. Call and see. 1 ladle', 5! iMC' and Chll- .1...'- .1 Mn.. fs.ii' at 81 per pair, at J. II. Loew enmllne fc Ursa., Clay Ilntld fnff.' They are quitting luisl- nest. Removal. Having removed my shop . . . l - il : .1 e T - r 1 tt I iu luo micy iu mo rear ui liu. ui iieuur- son street, I will be glad to see all old cna'omer d ma0J new ne 8 wi" I 'vor me wttn a can. uyciose attention 10 on" "a reasonaoiecnarges a nope lo monl ".lar8 01 Pu." r'ronBKe. A" Jooulne. n my business promptly enueu vo. John Reed, 78 Carpenter and Builder. Fir-elaHM C'aliroeH at 12 1.2 centH, and good C'lllleoes, 12 yard for till, at J. II. Locwen- )rua ir (f i, hi j, it, Sintu Btiiie at IJrot4., lay Ilnlldlng. They are paerlflcluir Good to I .oho Iiv IhI. nf Jnnnnrv If you want a neat fitting suit made to order and of the best material, go to Reid n .T i-i to . m. ct Bro., No. 14 Jefferson street Their work is of the best character. Ihey also keep a fine stock of ready-made clothing and gentlemen s furnishing goods on naDa Ior 8a,e TerJr low 'orcasn. I v.. .,in.i.n .. a,.. Locds at thirtv-five eenta ner vard. at I M. Kraus k Co.'s, No. 213 Main street, corner of Adama. 4-4 good quality Domeatto 12 1-2 oenta, and a good ault of Gent'a Clothing at $6, at J". H. Loewenatlne & Broa.. 231 Main street. They ara selling out Deeds, Leases, Bills nf Lading, Dray Tickets, and all kinds of Blanks for sale at this office T 1 . w, I uiuviai ifiiviasi w i..vui bmh Lottery, Class 595 Drawn Oct. 18, 1867. 65, 35, 3, 23, 5, 47, 68, 34, 21, 11, 44, 26. Class 596 Drawn Oct 18, 1867. . -n lr 0 . 16, fig. 69,. 15, 51, 23,1,50,53,67,45, 48 tl'i ' T . i:.....l. J A..- ! Art onrt Drawn twice each day. Over $100,000 m prizes paid each day. rnzes are all - . " casA. HcUets costtrom twentyuve cents to twenty dollars. Call or send for cir cular. Geo. W. Vas Voast, Agent, 20 and 62 Jefferson, 22 Gayoao and 6 Water streets. Great bargains in dry goods, at M. Kraus ft Co.'s, Bo. 218 Main ami. j , - Street, corner of Ad- 1 QrKSTios. Why is it that S. M. Guest, Hernando road, sells eroceries. bay. corBi oatg) ete-i cheaper than in the city ? Answer Outside the city, and no cor- porate taxes. Call and see hia. 79 .i. ,...: ".. t :- Uiunir,n,a.lMU d ArD0,d & Co-, 3U Main gtreet t I ' ' FiT" thousand tabds plain woolen dress goods, at twenty-five oenta per I VBrd. at M. KrBUS & Co.S. No. 218 Main street, corner of Adams. T . . . M. Eraua & Co. In the field with a large and aeleoted atook of Dry I Goods of tha latest styles, at very I low prloea. It will pay you well to axamlna before going elsewhere. Call at 218 Main street, corner cf Adams. t Boots and Shoes at low figures at Lin- dfi ArnoId A Ca.( f Gentlemen, if you want shirts, under shirts, drawers, socks, neck ties, and a complete line of furnishing goods at very low prices, call on M. Kraus & Co., No. 218 Main street, corner of Ad ams, t Go to the great clearing sale at Lin- dauer, Arnld k Co.'s, 311 Main street t CLOTHING AT COST. Drake & Co., 277 Main Street, are selling their entire atock at New York cost, to close business by January 18. 1868. Fixtures In store for sale. MotiRNiNQ dresses dyed in twenty- four hoargi shRlby,tr(.et 43.,20 Still Lower Gents' and boys' nn- ... , aersmrts ana drawers again reancea, at 1 Iglauer k Pritz' closing sale. T Noblas at 50o., Breakfast Shawls I at $1, and good White Blanketa at $3 50 par pair, at J. H. Loewen atine & Broa., 231 Main atreet, They ara quitting, business. trimmings, ribbons, laces, velvet and white goods at great bargains, at M. Kraus 4 Co. s, No. 218 Main street, Corner of Adams. t I , . I f resbt mince pies ana aeucious oyster 1 patties every day at Berton's Confec tionery, corner of Fourth and Poplar streets. Bbioos k Peterson. Best Pittsburg coal, wholesale and retail. We weigh on J the city scales. No. 11 Madison street Chattel Mortgages for sale at this office. MiiBi.oa us CiLiaacv, as vhb nrri- Btss er Tars Makbood. Aa Essay for loans Meaoa Ih. Crine of Solitude, and the Physio- jnairal Errors. Abnses and Pi.ea.es which era- ate itnr.di"ota to MARuIAOK. with sure ss - aas of Relief. Sent in aealsd l-ttw ijv.l ,r - ,fre.of charge, Adlsavs Dr. J. SKILLIN Hul OBTON. Howard Association, Philadel phi. Pa. U-l! -The Port of Memphis. There Is no improvement to report in any or the rivers. All are either on a stand or declining. The Henry Ames Is advertised for New Orleans at 6 o'clock. The Edinburg leaves for Cinoinnati at 6 p.m. The Victor No. 2 will shove out at S I this evening for the Osceola and bends. I The Minnie is np lor White river at 5 (o'clock.' I The Goldfinch is the Ilaile's Point packet for 6 this afternoon. I Wanted. A situation as steamboat 1 clerk, by a gentleman of experience and I integrity, with best city reference. In- quire at the Lidocb printing office. t .. otk- c. 1 . V . l"e,r Pr,UUD BXBUUteu ' "'8 ruB" LIO LlDOIR office, eur arraneementg en " " U ULC' rrunCuimu. abling us to do work at rates that will compare with any establishment in the West We invite steamboatmen to ex amine OnP tvl of w.-vlr .nil nncog. t MonetaiT fllld Commercial Money Market. PiTat.rr Lannaa Ot.TP.. Tuesday Evening, November 20, IHi7. City Sotip bai a downward tendency again, and dealers are unwilling to pay more than 3F339. lolling again at 41120. Brokers nay 80c for Police Serin, and sell for 8'e, SS i.1 tl". on: paying purposes. Dealers make a difference between large and small Scrip, paying 68c for th" former, and 70 to 73o for the latter. The ii " T..i v There is little obange In Tennessee money, which we quote as before: Bank of Tennessee id iuo), 2; Bank of West Ten nessee, 40; Bank of Chattanooga, 10 ; Bank of Middle Tennessee, 90; City Bank, 00; Mer ebsnts Bank, 95; Northern Bank, V0; Ocoee "an"' , , " J "'T' ' i Shelbyville Bank, 80.-Southern Bank. 20j Tra derI. Bankj Kothin. u trMu in stocks. Cotton Market. Everything, was dull this forenoon, nothing doing. We again omit quotations. General Market. . WBOLB'ALB PBICIS. APPLES-Dull; selling at $2 M5 barrel. BRAN Dull. atU lonin.tnr.. BI TTER Choice yellow is in fair d.ra.nil. withlittl.on t'-e market; selling at 40a45o; in- lermrat zd -.ido; uosnen,49o. BEKSW AX In demand at 30a. BAGOIN'4-O'iiet and dull: India. ?U57n aemucay. io(aio. ana i m lor Band u ade. COhN The market rules d .it, with a small local trade doing; shelled white and vellow rule at SI 10 on levee, $1 05 il 10 in store; ear II uu f nnsnei. COFFEK-Dull, with a liaht Jobbing trade doing: prio,-. ar. firm and unohnn.pd i Itin. 23 27ej Lairuyra, 30 32n; Java. 3d 42o. oei,,-: .eMing ,t .3 00 for youni .and old $ CHICKENS-In fi-ir.temand, with am ler- raetnr, IM'Tjfe t . . ?JJENT-Quietat$ 5H bbl. CANDLES Oull at 18c for lightweights. LOWS Are scarce and in reaueet: sellin. at sue r aosen. FL'ilIH I he market this morning wai dull. ith nrioe. steady; superfine. 7 50 8 25: X. !8 73 SOU: AA, 11 UiJ!s AAA, 13 MJI4 CO; fancV hrandi. I 2 00 414 ( 0. i ic-ii wui.i, wun aiairjnoDingiraue ooing. North cjn.iina whit. .h,d. half harre.. a 60, family Roe herrings, half barrel, 18 50; out herrings, barrel, J13; macke-e'. N . 1 l..i. tlQli nh.lrk..i doiiii.)ii . ui.:. r iPll-Uuiet.with a fair jobbing trade doing. barrel- $17i21; V half barrel, 490011 ; kit, ii: kit. ti 75.- No. 8. ha' 9i awij ; no. yi onrrei, ; v nan narre'. LU 'l Hat 111, Jll,.!.!,' 11 I. U " ,T barrel. I0 ; 3ed eod rT pound, ok" ' ' GREASE Firm at 7(47Ke V Pound for ship ment. GUNPOWDER Insctive and nominal at 8 ti "eg: zo v n ii Keg: a t quarter Keg. ii n i nun. ai n u on isnoing. HIDES-Id fuir demand: flint. 18o: salted. j10: green, 7,8o. LKATH ER Quiet and steady. Oak soles 4o(350e; bem'nek, 35c40a,- harness, ?Rr342e; skirting, 4xH4Rc; uppers, V dor.cn, S:li48; eniriiuH, t , ui'cia, y- uust-u, ..o 'i French calf. 842Q,5; American calf, !S0,6 M'tLASSES- Market inactive; New Oris 90i!Be; sorghum, 6575o: syrups, tl ! was. ans 50. MEAL Moderately active, at tj &0V38 75 K Darrc i. OATH-Finn. 70(3720 OB levee. Only a local trail-"omg. t) N ION S- Scaroe at ?44 50 bbl. in store. PROVISIONS-Th. mirket was auiet and sfe.dv. and a small trade doing: mes nork. $22!D2.1; prime, $19: rump, $18 75 IU; sides, lO'ioc: oioar rinDea sites, i4si.ic; snniii. ders. I'alc: breakfsst bacon. lSUdtl'lc: plain osnvassed hams. 1820o : sugar cured. 23 A. tic. Lard firm, wi h a fair demand ; keg icsi, iimci tioroe, i.ivs i4o. POTATOES Are dull, with Haht receinta. Choice nil. at U 00s4 50 barrel; inferior, $3 50 ' S 75. PAINTS. OILS, ETC The market is Inac tive. We quote white 'end, as to quaMty, L') Ifto ; American sine, fltSlOo French line, 12nj i .w; nnxeea n, i 101 is; turpentine, uc: KV B SEED Cull: telling at 31 8531 75 fi bushel. KOFK Doll : , RICE-Ouiet atllSlJVi lb. SA LT Stead J at S3 Ismi 00 bbl. SUGAR Snsrce and stiff: eru"hed and now. aereu, ivwinvo; oonee sugar., iifl'o. T AOLUW in demand at tf'SlOo B. T A R-Qulet at 18 50(4 dor.rn kegs. TURPENTINE Firm at 70o gallon. TOBACCO Ouiet. A fine stock is nn band and new supplies are received daily. We quote . I I..I . An. f lr: 2.:. new worn, i(i iu; one nngni, nounn. Kal 10 medium do, pounds. TSOc; ootnmon bright, pounds, $0O(!j75o; Sue fanoy smoking, WHEAT Ts In fair demand at 2 209J 30 for rhino, white, and l 7U91 70 Tor spring. WOOL In tair demand; unwashed, I520o; wancd, '.-,oc t pound. WHISKY Market steady and oalet. with small trade doinir. Sales of common at $1 75(4 z hi : nniir""n cvt o. n tbd couxtt cocet of behphis, ie.x. Ann E. Merrill et al.) Wm. Merrill et al. vs. TT AI'PKARINH FROM AFFIDAVIT IN L this eauio that delcndanta. William Morrill and L' ra Merrill, are noo-residents of the State of Tennes.ee : it is therefor, nrdnrad that they mak. their appearance herein, at th. i:ourt nous 01 tne muntv court of mi iv. lennessoe, at tne January term 01 said Uourt, and plead to the petition herein filed within the first three days of the saio. term, be ginning nn the 6th dav of Jamiarv next, or the same will be taken for confessed and set for KnYeVeT fr eoDt'"i "d f It is further ordered that a eopv of this orde be pub is' ed once a week for four succes.iv weeks in the Ftblio I.ri .. a newppe order I pubii-ned in tbe city or Memphis. Tenneee. AVKHY A Mroin. fiolicitors for netitioner. November. 18R7. LawCourt of Memp is-Clerk'sOffi -e, Novem bers 1X37 Hardwu-k m Neaos. Diainnns vs. Attncu tent Suit, Williams A Glover, defend ant.. i FFI FFIDAVIT FOR ATTACHMENT HAV- V ing bean made in this cane in pursuance nf I section .VI. 'J of the Code or fenne.se., n(j attachment having teen issued and return' d by ,rlyl)fth defendants, Williams A Ulnv.r, it is therefore ordered, mat said defendant ap pear at the court h 't'im the city of Memphis, Turn., on or before the second Monday in Feb- will M taken for eonfessed as to them and th. . . , V. . .. .1.- . cse set for hearing .ipart., and that a e pv nf this order 0 puonsnea one a wees tor tour eonteeutive weeks in the Prai.tr 1 smut. A Coot: J uan WIS j V A N. .10. W. (lllBiM. V. V. t lerg. Pibbcc, RicBiao A Dix. Attyi for Pl ff-. 14-oaw-yM InisolTent Aiotiee. nAVINO prfnE.eTKD T?R IVSOLVEN ey of 1 b. .tat. of J. C. No'som, deceased, B-tica is her.bv five, ail parti. -.vine .latn-s arainst said es-ate tn SI- then, duly autbenti cated, with th. Clerk of th. Count. O t of H -ywoed enuoty, Teflea...., on nr hefor. the loin dav of f ebruary. lk(7 or t ev wil' for verbarrrd. I.I'OY N. N ELSON. N v. 5. 1-T. leswf mi Admia Si atrix. AdmlnleiiratrU'M oliee. N0TIC8 It HEREBY GIVEN" TO ALL p.raoDS holding claims ag.nt the est.i. f Alex. Hobipeoa, dee.aed, I S'. the .am. ith ih. Ad.3iMrtr.tr11, wtniathirvidj days fro OB date, .r the .am. w-M be b.rrd. M 4K1 A Kttbl30.. Ailni tnv. Novemhwr A, l!7. oaw S 14 STEAMBOATS. Memphis and White River PACKETJCOMPANY. p TUB STEAMERS T K0WENA AND COJyiKECIAL Will form a SEMI-WEEICLY Hinelbetweea Memphis and While river, leaving every TUES DAY and H ATURD AY. at 6 o'olonk p.m. , " "AVIS, BuperintenHent. LEVY k MILLER, AgeoU, No. 20 Front street. 3H-f CLOTHING. CLOTHING! CLOTHING! nAVINO RECENTLY RKPLENT81IKD my stock of Fall and Winter Clothing with the latest styles and novelties which the Eastern market afford, I ri pec (fully solicit my frienils and the oublio generally to eall and I ; , 7 , - , : - I examine my atock before purchasing elsewhere, Ur iWck composed of " SIEN'S, YOITIIS', BOIS' ,AD Children's Clothing- of vnrlons styles and fabrics. A large variety f HUNTS'. YOUTHS' AND llOYS'FURN- ING GOODS, i. ... Shirts. Undersh rts. Draw ers, Hosiery, Linen and Silk ilardke rohiefn, i-loves, KuKpeiders, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, etc, adapted to both Wholesale and Ectall Trade. COUNTRY MERCHANTS are solicited to examine my stock, as I teol confident Sean niiiko it 'o their interest to hny, as I am deter mined NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD by any house in the eity. 57 lOfl-i. 215 Vfiin stre.t. GREAT CLEARING SALE I in LINDAUER.ARNOLD& COS Wo. 311 Main Street. WB ARE DETERMINED TO RETIRE from the Dry (iuoda Business, and Aooia quently offer our IMMENSE STOCK HDV (001 m -wi w w w, AT UNPRECEDENTEDLY LOW RATES! 4-t 2 g! 2.S" 5'o a o M a a f3 O 0 2 5' 7. a n .71 0 E HI 5 o Si 1 i 2.5s ft H 9 S3. c H PI M vi rn W e-O T NOTICE. nAVING RETIRED FROM THE REAL E.stnt. and Kenta! buinc. on anoonntnf my health, I would hereby thank the publio for the liberal patronage that has been be stow -d upon me, an t I would respectfully re commend and oordiaily ask for a continuance ot the same to my successors, MesBrs. KhKO A WILSON, gentlemen of knowa integrity and business qualifications. U. W. POOL BEED. c. N. WIL80N I(EEI A W I I.SOX, REAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND GESERAL BUSINESS AGENTS. Odd Fellows' Hall. MEMPIIIS, ... TENNESSEE. 6S-H3 SPECTACLES, SPECTACLES ! HAVING received a line assortment of Australian, Uraiilian and Scotch Pebble Specks, I invit- thecititens of Memphis and surrounding eountry to come and examine my stock. Having had mimy years experience as ao Opti cian. I flatter niysrlito suit any one in need of glasses. All goods warranted. J. GTJM BINDER, No. 2M Main street. Opposite Clay tuiiding. Kf Certificates of prominent Physi cians and oitisens of Memphis who have examinod and used my Tebblea caa be een at bit store. FOU It 10 INT. 1 New Brick Easiness House ; three stories high, with cellar, ard all necessary-improvements, fu't completed, at o. Howard's row. Also, the wiiEVTLEY pumTioy, eight miles south of Memphis, between tha riverand Morn I. aha risd. It contains PIX HUVDKKU ACK (if FrRTlLK. OPBN LA N l. no'-ter aood f.ece. wi h iniirovementa so located as to make itsuscepti! . of divuion into three tracts of 20 .ere. each. TM. nn of th. be.t idaca. in th. conntv. sni'al. for GRAIN OR COTH N OHUVMNU, oe foe a stock fnrm. Apply to 1H. D. l. f"AlVDKRS. 37 South Cnrt street, or J. C. YVEAVaR. oa the p'sni.tion. SI ATTACH MKNf HUH'. A. Knhlhry k Co. v.. Wm. Runnels. Before P. II. Hcinn'-n. Ju"ie of tne Peace. I T APl'E 4 K IN'U KUOM A 1 H lA VIT I!T I this eat, that 111. defendant. U m. kana.la. i a non-rrsid.nt of the H-.t. nf Tenn.aa. 1. is, therefor. ord.red that h. mak. h i evrr-a- e at mr ffi'e in the city of Me-ni his a. or before th. 7ib d y f D-cemb-r. VST. the. and th-reto p ead. answer or demur fo eoeaplaia- sn's bill, nr the same will t takes for eoa frs..d. and Mi fo-h aring x pan.: i that this order b. publisSr-1 in th. M.tnph's daily I'i si te Liueta ones a week lor four aoaseca tire week. P.H. REINRKH. J. T. Wov.mbay T. 1-7. gt oaw-HS Salt! Salt! Haiti rnnnACKSOF S ALT (slightly decar-d) ;vnrtiror ,.1,. ,kr, at m. 1 11 a R- VY R I fKH' WAhRllol -E. coraegol feo,a aad. aad Market str-eu. M-il c5 5 w 5i t. j I t3 if! P ilemphia. Novemb.1 t