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iETNA LIFE INS. 00. jj Of UABTKORD. CONH.. " ' Casbl Assets, oyer JIO.000,000 ! ' Til U OIliOltOIA home' INSURANCE CO. L. ' Of COLUMBUS, OA.. Cau AwteU, - 9100,000 " " '" THK MTATK INS DMNCE COMPANY, 0? NASHVILLE. TENN.. UapitaJ, " 200,000 w- tdbi rrvr miro icirm fTt AT.T. Til i improrrd p!n..uii note Uken (f dtU) furoov-Dfttl ih pimiuai. Nuitrcbrr tor a i i ii.dd.mih ftlnv uainn ul tha r. A lo In car arafnst low or dmmoo bf OFFICE 9 Main street, Willi the PUBLIC LEDGER, F. A. TYLER, . . . Editom J. J. DubOSE. . ' - tWT0M E. WHITMORE, .- Busisseb Maao- OiHce. 'TJo. la "lrtdison Htroet. MKM1JHIH Wonitwy FvfWlwr. yoTtnlr Tka raat n.mncratif Journal of Louis Tille." the Journal and (Wwr, here been anliaA. iindar tha name of Coerwr a or na(, Tbe editors lay; " Tbe combination ef two fitch presers enaWrs m to produce e jour nal superior in tJtrj resreet to lu predecessor!, diitucinf it once all competition, and essum in circulation, influence and raloe enjoyed fc bo r Mr out of A w York. Under thii ar- nnrement, Mr. W. N. Haldeman Ukei the business, ind Mr. Henry Waterson the.edi torial mnnarement. with fall and complete corp. ef writen. reporter! and correspondent!, blinding Geonre D. Prentice, Esq." The moraine telesramt live a full aoeountof the arriral of General Grant at Washington, which way he came there, who attended him, that he went to hii house, and where hi! house) is. Whether be went to bed early or lat np late ii not stated. We hasten te repeat tha important information., ' ' ' The Treasury Department ii informed that at moit port! of deUrety on Weitern waten. other than those oil the frontier, treat diversity of prsctiee preraili in eolleetini fee! from steam boata and other Tassels, and also at mott of uid porta exorbitant fee! are collected, for which officers of the sns tout-house hare no war rant in law. In order, therefore, U eorreet inch abases, a liat of feei hat been prepared, and will loon be promulgated for the benefit of all concerned. The iteanvhip Mannion, from SaTannah, 4th ult. at 8:10 p.m., when near Eeall Land Lifht, wai run into by the steamship General Meade itrikini her amid.hip and euttint her down lelow the nater line. The Meads took off part of her crew and passensert. and brousht then to the city, the captain and remainder ef the crew remainiflf by the .hip. The iteamer Lackiwanna ha, been sent to her assistance. Tbe General Meade was ao much irjured that ihe wai run ashore on Jersey Flat, to prevent linkint. Dispst:hes from Italy report the Papal army deplete! by desertion!. Gen. Prim ha! been confirmed Commander-in-Chief of the armiea cf Spain., A brigade of Infantry wai to sail for Havana. - 1 The Republican! in a meeiim in Madrid Saturday, dooidtd to vote againit a monarchy at tbe coming election!. The loldieri wUl not be allowed to interfere. - , H v. S. N. Byan wai consecrated Bishop of Buffalo yesterday, with imposing eeremoniei. The result of the Alabima election is doukt ful chanoei in favor cf Seymour. Ihe Democratic majority in Georgia is esti mated ateC.CO). Grant's majority in Pennsylvania is expected to reach 40,000. That in Nerth Csrolina 600). The Congressional delegation standi fire Re publican! and tiro Democrats. The iteamer Guidon, Captain D:vis, is to ply between the mouth of White river and Pine Bluff. The Pauline Carroll arrived at St. Louis. The Forsyth, Olive Branch, Ames. Mohawk and Luminary down. Abo, Emma Floyd for Memphis, and Dora for New Orleans. Dead Duok Forney is a candidate for Poit master .General.. It ii thought be will swim in. In tbe Tennessee election, 10 far as known, no violence was used against any negro except in the town of KnoxviUe, by a Jew cowards from Brown'.ow'i house, where one unfortu nate darky named Johnson was nearly beaten to death because he refund to rote for May- nard. ... In order to find a pretext for setting aside the election in the Fourth District, a pretenie of violence at Murfreesboro ha! been set up acaintt the Democrats. Tbe United State! sergtant stationed there with hii command on the day of the election, sayi the election wai perfectly free' and fair to all.' A Najhville correspondent itatei that It ii well understood thre that Andrew Johnson desire! tbe noiniiiation lor Governor of leD DeMee. He al.u think! that the matter is already cut "d dried, and that Jobawn will receive it. W hen it happens we wiU announce the fact. " til IBd rirtn-Thia la a White Han's iVlavernmeBt. The New Organs Time has a special telegram from is'ew York, dated the 4lh instaot, which is couched in the follow ing laagnaee: . "The Democalio leaders think the extreme Eadicals will override Grant, and thus break down that party, and say the 8ouih must not commit itself to the equality of negro suffrage in any event We think we can answer for the peo ple of Mississippi, and we know we can speak for the Time Our people will make no eompromue oi th tuffrage qveition I U is better that we abould .nhmit to a military eovernment forever, than to hand this State over to negro suffrage and carpet-bag rule. There are many ills to which we msy be exposed, k nn nnflftihln evil that can anrnaaa the desrar'ation to which Ten- ceaaee has beeu subjected- We take tbe above froa tbe Vicksbu.-g Tim ft. the telefrara from New I ork to which it allodes having escaped our no tice. Wa sav with the Time, our peo pie will make no compromise on the suf frage question." Negro suffrage bai been compelled here, and we have an amnle taste of its benefits. God made man in bis own image not in that of the brutes. We have conceded under force the government of scoundrels of oar own, and inferiors of another race. And we prefer the government of the bayonet, because that inrarse ordtf at a cheaper rate4 A ad tbe guv prr. merit we have ts a money spending machine, which gives less protection than we ibould have with out iL While bur govern meet restrains rood eitiiens at an txpe Die cf three mil lions a year, it gives tha evil abundant license. Ws see by his ns of tbe UanlivilU Independent of the 31 instant that oar friend Dew waked up acd thsndered for S7cr and E'alr with a vim. Wears (ui tl to ecco'-Oi fcr the.? def-e.t. Taw Bebellloa baa ! praeV lb lienMry viuiaaiaaa. Tbr 1 no old notion, nhich torn of our aotiqaated neighbors peraiit In Veep- U at the head tt tliatr oolumnt. ana ' I ..l.;nk nnniiderabla aamnar of other good people Jtt venturt to iwear bj that " th ten u mishtier thao the iword Tha maxim, freely trtnalatod, mT b nnderitood ai the equivalent of an arnrm ation that truth, ably expreid, ii power before tha peoplo, omnipotent even over tha aword Itself. We confeil we re getting a little oer nil eoeriited wbinie, Wa have w'itniaed atranee thioct lately In good, old, honeit timet, when the pen proved the troth, end men hardly dare Die it for another purpose, it was omatp otent even over the sword. But now, when hit siven to proving lies, it semi equally so. We beiu to think therefore that the Dower is not in tbe peo, but in the wish for good or evil, which drifes the r,en. When two lies can run down one troth which the pen asserts, and we find the msjority of men toaiinf op their kata and annlaudioc the victory, bow else are we to conclude but that the pen is Dowerless. and the troth toof we speak of what is ascertained. We are no seer. Some msy think troth and tbe right will win at last. We hope so. It certainly will be about that time if ever. Km rfoalinf with the nresent and now, we are compelled to say that falsehood is mnre Tjotent than truth. It is by laHe- hood that the thirty millioos of the North have juet been swayed. Tbey think they have hot iust now accomplished the final suppression of "the rebellion," which has had an existence the last four years only in tbe imaginings begotten for self ish ends by the most unprincipled as well as tbe most contemptible of all as pirants for power with which nation un der heaven was ever corsed. The pen has not been idle. Tbe truth has not xfTfrari fnr want of vindication. It has come burning from the pen and from tha lini of eloauence in no wise inferior to that of the giants of the ancient or more modern times. Bat the people would not bear. They preferred to be- !Sve the serpents, who crawled undis guised in their midst, hissiog monstroos lies, Tha people of the Smthem Slates, tboueh " the soul of honor," and with that honor rledeed to all that wisdom and patriotism demanded for the good of the country, have been so maligned that thirty milliens of people, who, perhaps, meant well enough, have tuougni it unsafe " to restore them to liberty, even from the known diabolisms of un- scrunuloos and irresponsible men. So far we are concerned, we know that liberty is undone, and we know not wnat more will be done. We are not fastidious ,bout the forms of government which we have no band in. We shall be satisfied th aoy which will secure to us life and property. We must consent to tax ation without representation, since descendants of the men of seventy-six with the power of the aword will have it so. But tee mutt have protection to life and property, without muhment for tuppretitng ouuavry tetf-defenie. Give us that and the South will be quiet as a lamb, and take at its masters put upon it. lint no less that is our "phiftj-four phorty or fight" line if we have any. We have lull experience in "accepting the situa tion." We know how to do it as bravely anybody. But there is a last intrench- ment left, a right or so remaining. And that is taken we shall at least have tbe snosition if not the pleasure of endan gering the health of some of tbe snakes id hyenas who have hissed tbe false hoods which have maligned us, and fed on tbe meat, which besides the garbage, was about all we had to spare. We have no enmity to those who have beeo mu led. But those, who, by the instrumen tality of their falsehoods have deprived us of tbe liberty of American citizens to hirh. since the surrender of our armies, the faith of the nation was pledged for its protection, God will never forgive, and, for us, we cannot. Grant baa prom iand to keen tha peace. He can do it by flinging out the petty tyrants and mis creants with which the South swarms. And we hope he will do it Whether he be King or President, so he is not King Log, and will keep down the thieves and murderers, we shall be satisfied. It is impossible that any people should be sat isfied with anything lass. And it is our judgment that none but arrant cowards will submit to anything less. Obedience to law is characteristic of good men. Tbe evil must be compelled by the na tional or Slate government, or by the people. And all criminals must be driven from place and power. Dave we less than that to expect from Grant when we have waited so long in fruitless an guish and faint hope from Jobnion, the King Leg at the White House? ttraat "Wlth.ot Heatt ar IIeart.M The Boston rranseripf. of the 31st nit., states that in a speech at Neenah, Wisconsin, Mr. William Jones brought to light the following epistle received by him. He objected to the election of a man without a head or heart, indifferent to human suffering forgetting that the opposite of bis statements iboulJ always be inferred from the aDirmations 01 Cut ler. From some men severest condemna tion is highest praise: BaT Vitw (near Laneevillel Mi as, I Mt Df is Sta : I have read your letler to Mr. Smith opon tbe proposed nomina- tion ot uraoi wuu in iwi"i. criticisms on Grant'e career are jolt, but what will yon do? Yoa cannot get it or anything else concroing Grant that is aot landa'ory published, and why ? Be cause both sides are courting him for tbe Presidency, and so the truth most not be told. Ve are, 1 tear, to iry uw rapm ment again that we did with Johoeoo, I a Knmiiiil, a anan far in r DMed avail , . , . ' - . ability without knowing bis priocipiee or . I i I L I . bmesa Urant s eiecuxo im w mviw t ... -.. k..nu it will hot in a man IUHWUC, - . wiitcat a bead or heart, ind ffereot to human suScnng ana impotent to govern I am, yours truly, Bivi. F. BrTLts. To W. J oa'S, Neeaah, Wisconsin- ... r.e. Our Pula.ki neighbor, the CiHnn, convert! Grant', invocation lor pe ,...!., ... t,... r..aa." We are in into w r favor of that, We want peace and peas . v. era want to loo, nenwe bii.' , . .v 1 .4 An thla WO snuav eep lueiu. - - all villainies. We have peace belw eea r n. Hnioa. Why should v. .nfnreed n the States, HOI piaco u , , . .i themselves, and as oetween tuo i ,nDertv be protectedl w e . ,. v... this in Tennessee toail never - . j.:.. fi-nm Bower men who leg- nuiii ww tn. - . , . f. ihemsalves. not lor Isiate ana govu .h. Rtat. We ehall never have peace while tbe balls oflegisla . i i.. ,1,. hiehwavs. full of lion are , thieves. How long rt the people r.rriiu to submit to being .u. mn.t iroverned and" the wont governed people on earth, and to permit crime and criminal w '- so bold front that perjurers and thieves A .;n.inalB 1A BiaiK IDOUI wu dare ask tbe suffrages ot an innoeeuiauu victimised people? lTra- leak Oat I IT, matters have been managed for si,ih BountT we shall know more nere after. But referring to Davidson, we .t.. rv.tlr.wino' from the Nashville la.f iu ,v,.w-.- p.. i f jMlivjifia who have Daid 1 uus w, . their taxes bad better preserve their re ceipts, or they msy involve themselves in no leas a scrape than paying twice on tbe same assessment. Strange to say, there has in several cases oeen no omcini rcun made of such payments, and the unlucky ax-cavers nave Deen nouuea io niu r.-L Wa heard veiterdav ot at lui v ' ' . ,- , least twenty such cases, une cinzewwuu k.j .oiiUA in the amount of f 1000 is now called orf to repeat the contribution. He i .it ia itAfenaeleaa. That such large sums should have been col lected, and not recorded by the tax-gatherers, who now say that they know noth- ng of the transactions, is truij aiarojiuK, n view of the impoverished condition of our ciuieuu. - - - should be immediately and thoroughly I'kia ia a vital mailer ana i nvestigated. The Tww-Tblrds Oaajrcaalaaal Ma. Jorlly. While we have been defeated in tha PraaMential election, it is a matter of congratulation that we h ve been so suc cessful in the election ( Congressmen. Tbe returns not beiog all in, we cannot be certain as yet as to the exact result. Rnt noni?h is known to render it certain that the two thirds majority is overcome, only gain of fifteen being necessary for that purpose, and a gain of thirty at least being already assured. 10 tnis result it is not a little pleasing that we have contributed so gloriously in the election of Leftwich and Sheafe in Ten tipaaaa. If Coneress should throw out enough of tbem to defeat the result, the heaven and shameless intamy wilt at least be apparent to all tbe world. Whisky Thieves for Grant. u. Tm.i!i Ranliit- in his recent charge to the Grand Jury of this district, j .....1,1 altnainM to frauds n Oon the in au c cbci.'.- .' . internal revenue laws, and gave judicial testimony ot the extent ana immuuuj with which thev have been carried on here for a series of years. Their magni tude, sys Judge Beneaict, " enaanger ihf vtlfare of toeietv I" We quote this part of his charge : " Still another class of offenses are those orising under the revenue laws important laws, laws that concern every interest in society, laws tuav must uu eu r. fr,r nnnn thair enforcement de pends the payment of the interest upon the public debt. They are laws which ..I. V, nrfnrrerl hv the courts, and I 7. . -i .." '.I' I am anrrvto sav that u wey ooum oniy la An4V.at hv thn criminal action of the G Bliwiv." "J - - 1. fa iKn aTnpnenoA of the rjast few years seems to indicate that mere pecu- - i j c J.. .nfKA T.-- In. niary risas auu uuc,uuuui,uuii.(i "i :i..; nir tkaea lawa mnat midpratanH. and be made to understand by the action of the grand juries, that tnoee laws muBi db .1 -A A and thaf. tlA taTPB tn A V hA UUCJCU, .w fcu ' j borne equally by all persons in the com- mnnity, ana not counneo, not paiu uy .1 - b1,a itnaira rtkT lhA IftVl IUUBO ttiuuo wmw " -J ' " j The frauds upon the revenue are enor mous in amount ana extrsorainary in their variety. They have been perpe- their variety, ihey nave been perpe- (.rated in th.i i district with . mumty beVOBu. i appreuenu, wie cuucouuuu ui ...UJ T, nannnl ha Rllnwpd to pxiat. BMJUUUJ. - . - Tbe state of things in this district, in reference to the revenue law, enaangers the welfare of society I" Observe tbe well considered language oftheJudire: "Tbey have been perpe trated in thit dutrict with an immunity beyond the conception of anybody. ' Mark tbe word "twmuntry. vine nas civpn this nrivileee and exemption to tbe whisky thieves? Who have enabled, by their powerful arms, the wmsisy roooers to nlv their vocation in this city nnder sucb safe cover ? It is the executive offi cers of the Federal government Judge Ra.i,l nttavod tha fanta in tha eaifl iv nt .... .'..- when be told the Grand Jury that these . a. , r it revenue laws can onty oe emorcea uj Ann -t m " Th. .I,AH AAlt PVillpP- tors are utterly unreliable, except to pro- , r , J L-. . U . tect, oeienu, ec"?KU auu iuciiri iuu thievea N. T. Time. Another Keverend Libertine. From the Hudson (Wis.) Democrat.) It is understood that Mr. Ira Sanders, of this city, has gone to Madison, armed with the necessary documents to obtain from bis Excellency, tbe Governor, a requisition tor tbe return ot tie v. Aioa R ln!i)i tn l.ial in thia pnnntv fnr adultery, alleged to have been committed here by tbe said Pmiin wun toe wne oi Sanders. Tbe circumstances of tbe case are of a most aggravating character, as both Sanders and bis wife were members of the Methodist church, of which Smith wai pastor. The lady in question stood hish ia the community here, before she fell a prey to the lusts of ber spiritual adviser, which event is alleged to have occurred during the absence of ber hus band with tbe army. Mrs. S. coofesees to tha illicit intercourse, and that ber child is tha fruit thereof; but pleads elo quently in excuse the long-Aotioued, persistent solicitations and strong ap peals made to her religious feelioga by the reverend libertine, who was n -officio the keeper of ber conscience. Mrs. 8. has ba cait off by ber bus band, and is said to be living ia destita tioo with her child, although its reputed u.ip. A fathar ia aaiit tn ha. waallKv and to have acknowledged his parental rela tion U) m lovrreuna: oaouiBK. ArforJine to a xecine recently cat' anted in Eeiland, meat of any kind may be preeerved ia any temperature after it has bee a soaked for tea minntes in a solution made of the following io- a-raa.Ata vail enivpd Oae tint nf eoca. mea salt dissolved ia four calloas of clear cold water and half a gailoa af the Uaulpb.teol ea!caai sototioa. tiY TELEGRAPH 'UTMT TO MOOS TO-DAT. MAItKF.TN- Kl Ynif NnHmh,, ft 10-90 a m ktt0OoJd opened at 134aiaud ii bow 134 hiVt I v. Ia J 1. 1 fill'- n i . uiuon ) nn h una veti : law m ua lino' !4o; uplands, 25c; good middling 2Co Orleans, 25,?. New Oaums, November 9, 10:41 am. Gold, 133, Cotton, quiet bnt steady; anlddlinv. 23'a. Demand liarht. LivitrooL, November 9, 11:15 a.m. Cotton, quiet Sales of 10,000 bales; uplands, 11J; Orleans, UJd. 1:20 p m. Cotton unchanged. -Liverpool. November 9. Cotton, quiet; sales, 10,000 bales; uplands, II) J; Orleans, 11 1 J Niw Yore. November 9, 12:20 p-m. Geld, 134 ; 5-20., coupons '81, 113 J ; '62, 1081: '64. lOCi: 'C5. 10G1; 5-20s, new issue, 1091 ; '67, 109 ; coupons '69, 109 j ; i(M0 coupons, 104 1. ew ior uentrat, 121j . Eriii j3Qj Tennessee bonds, old 10-40 coupons, 1041. New York Central , -g 6gr Government bonds 1 8teady. Cotton is dull and nncbanged ; up lands, 25c, ' NEW YORK. Nw Yori, November 9. In the col lision between the steamers General Meada and Marmion. it appears that a telegraph signal on the Marmion was mistaken for her port light, and tbe Meada tan into her amidships, causing one of her boilers to burst, without, however, seriously injuring any one aboard. The Marmion sunk to her main deck, and tbe Meade had a bole knocked in ber bow, from which she leaked badly. It was found necessary to run ber on the Jersey flits. . At a lute hour on Saturday night, Geo. Cornelius and John Bailey, two negroes, had a quarrel in Broome street, when tbe latter slabbed the former badly. Tbe ruffian escaped. John Retlly. a laborer, residing at No. 81 Ninth avenue, was arrested last night on suspicion of murdering his wife. Abont seven o clock last evening, be fore the departure of the Philadelphia train from the New Jersey railroad depot, Jersey City, Mr. John McCallon, mer chant doing business at No. 4 Eldridge street. New York, was attacked by three ruffians and robbed of bis pocket-book, containing one hundred and forty dol lars. Tn the case of John 8- Spicer, who was arrested nearly three weeks ago by In spector Walling and detectives Irwing and Coyle, of tbe Central office, on tbe charge of having stolen $40,000 in Gov ernment bonds from the sub-treasury on Wall street, on the 2d of July last, Judge Hocan rendered a decision, that atter a careful review of the testimooy intro duced during the examination the Judge believed there was sufficient cause to jus tify bim in holding Spicer, and tberetore fully committed him for trial in default of !20,000 bail. NORTH CAROLINA. WiLmKOToif. November 9. Sufficient returns have been received from seventh congressional district to show the elec tion of Durham, Conservative. Ihe del egation stands, five Republicans and two Conservatives a Democratic gain of one. The beat of feeling prevails here hPtween tha two races. The Conservatives Kracefully to the election of euuu.iv ... . - - 1 ... .tata-mlnpA tn an thpir urui, u ... part toward sustaining the Government. FOREIGN. New Yobt. November 9. Advices from St. Domingo state that the condi tion of tbe country grows worse every day- No business is done. Tbe govern ment has no money. It is doubtful if any support will be rendered to Mr. Sul- Ii ivan s proposal of steamers to siew York and New Orleans. Tbe revolution di ' D , BerHn mcial . the ooeninir debates in the Prussian House iudicate ao increase of a major ity on tbe side of the government. The Democrat Constantinople spe cial says several ot tne conspirators im plicated in tbe plot against the Sultan's life, have been arrested. Tbe oonspiracy originated in the hate of tha Catholics for tbe Mosielmen and the desire for independence animating Christians in Turkey. The Democrat Warsaw special says tbe peasantry of Wbalyrta have raised arms against the Russian commander. They are led by the Catholic clergy. Tbe Democrat other special says abont a thousand Cretans, who had sought shel ter there, have returned home, tbe greater part of Crete being reported quiet, al though the insurgents hold the moun tains. Catting the Wires. The cutting of the wires, which wore so mysterious an air on Saturday, is now explained to have been done by confed erates of Sbeppard, the Russellville bank robber, who hoped to liberate bim and thus give htm additional time for escape. The Nashville Banner says: Monday morning tha sheriff of Logan nnn ni uri l!,..pllillp for Louisville fur the purpose of taking Sbeppard out of jail for trial at that place. There can be no doubt that tbe irienas oi me roDoer, who designed reecuine him, were well posted in regard to the sheriff's move ments, and expecting bim to return with Sbeppard on Monday night, resolved to rescue him; and, in order to make tbe movement as successful as it wasdariog, the cutting cf the telegraph wires became aerceasary, so as to shut off all communi cation wiibLouisvillp.Naabvilleand other points, living fcnepperd ample lima to make off and conceal himself. To com plete the schema, the wires should alio have been cut near Louisville, but through noma miscalculation, this was not done, and the party who were ex pecting to attack the traia git wori that Sbeppard would not leave until Monday night. The nnexpected departure of bbeppard, Taedy morning, anj the ar rest of tha two aorpsaed cooipirtors by tba detectives, frustrated tba whole p'aa, aod tha robKpr was landed safely in Roa sellviile on Tbora4ey, where his trial wiil doubtless be pr oca Jed with Tha Fulfil Xallroad. Wa publish to-day a communication from a eorreannndeut at Green river, on tbe line of the Union Pacifio rail-oad. It isooly a samnleof numbers of comraunl cations we have received from that region commenting upon tba rapidity with which tha Union Pacific railroad is earning the subsidy of United States bonds. The great mistake on the part of this corpo ration appears to be that it is just now buildiutr tha road for tha bonds, and not for the nublic use. It is manifest that when it comes to be brought into practi cal use. after the nresent owners have realitod tbeir immense profits, it will necessarily have to be rebuilt for tbe noblio at several times the present cost. Uoder existing circumstances the road is simply a speculation, nothing more nor I... national rnftlirqenrer. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. A SMART. INTELLIGENT Bov to sell uane'S in the O.erion llalalaasi twelve or fourteen Tears. Auulf at (tT.rt'n Hotel e'gar stand. IMciHonic alVotico. RTATED CONVOCATION OF a Pen a K. A. Chapter. No. 22, will i1 ha held at Anrrona Lodge room, Odd JJ Fallows' Hell, Thi. (Mondaj) Hvaning tha uth In.L. at VA. All Members are re quested to a'tend!prinptly. Transient Couip. tn ood standing are (rati-mallr Invited. BJf order ot juuif-".m. ' r. B M. LKVY. Prc-efrv. Cumberland House, (late Whltemore House,) Nos. 10!) and 111 Adams St., Bet. Third and Fourth, Memphis, Tsnn., TOBIAS WOLFE, Prop'r. 1 pleasure in announcing to his manr friend. x.v- v.:. h h MMntl AUU IDS ffUUIID .ruoi.i j, ... " taken charge of the above- named House. lie promises or oioae personal nou, ij the businets, aided by polite and eonineient 1.. . . A .....j,... Ia Inanra In r hit iBliaiani. u " , ' ' ' . . .). nn.rr..,..fl annnminodatlon and tbe fullest satisfaction. . Jhe House licenirauy locaioa.onuvcuirui ,u Kaiiroad ana oieiuooai, Aoeai.or auu ru'i oflicK, all the Churches, and the moat cleanly, quiet and respectable portion of the eity. Alter tuuruiiauij ii.nua, : furnishing this esiablihment, be now solicits . . 1- - 1. 1 J . ..M.BAHnn. al.V ll. b a . i - B Snare Ol IU OIIO linuuun, a. ni.u iu..m.- rance that they .hall be made to feel at borne. TIRM3 : Tay Board-..- T W per week. Transient..-.- 2 50 per day. 60 f TOBIaB WQLFB. Frop'tetor. Wholesale for Cash ! COITON Y4B5JS. PLAIDS, ISO OTHER HEAVY STAPLE GOODS, Arriving Daily at WM. R. MOORE & CO.'S, 209 Main street, Next door above Peahody House, fit For Helena, and St. Frantl River to ihe Cut-Off. rrmE SPLENDID STEAMER w-IT--w lRQOS, 8EBRKK. aster.A-iSSa. will leave on TUESDAY, 10th insi., ai o i..u. For freight or pa.ase anpiy on BoaM. ol "Old Kellable MEMPHIS AND WITHE RIVEB V. S. HAIL PACKET COMPANY, SEMI-WEEKLY LINE. ,&sS rra The Splendid Side-wheel Steamers LIBERTT NO. 2 AJfD MAYFLOWER, WILL F0KM A SEMI-WEEKLY LINE between Memphis and While river, leav ing Memphis every TCE5DAY and SATUR DAY, at 5 o'clock p.m.,oonneoting at Duvall's Bluff with trains of the Little Hock railroad for Little Rook and Hot Mirinm. Ketu-niug will lenve Jacksonport every TIJE-'MY and KKIDAY, at8 a.m., an' nuvall's Bluff every WEDNESDAY andSATTJR DAY, at 12 o'clock JUlliN U. Un V 10. Fup't M. and W. R. picket Co. LKVl A SHAHPB, Agents, No. 2bQ Front street. CARD RATES SIIMPHI8 AND WHITE RITES PACKET COMFAWT: J ? ? ? sj K E. o raoH 3, ? ! 0 8" i ! TO ! MM Ds.Aro. 35 0 Wl 75 1 00 1 25 35 Ausosta.Searey, SJ ou iii ii) is ?a kMn"ort,"? 50 75 1 00 1 25 1 0 1 75 40 Pew.h.ttan. Po- .,.,, mM ... cabontaa, I3 1bii w av in to And all way landlnra. JOHi B. DAVIS, Superintendent. LEVY k BIIAKPE. Ants, No. H50 Front 'treet. 59.1 BUILDING LOTS AT ACCTION. tX$ SATURDAY M0RJIIN(1.N0V.HTH. auction. TWO LOTS situated on the east side "f Lauderdale street, between Linaen ana Veree .treete. Thwe lots are in a very de sirable location, and ia one ot the most elerant, improved portion, ol our i ' y . on the line of the rtroet railway. !-ale positive. Ttrma made known on day of pale. (iKO. U. MONSARBAT k CO.. 5S-td Anetioneers. Vanfesl to Exotiaitfre. AWKLL KSTABLHUKD AND GOOD payina bosinea. in Louiav He, Ky.,for real e'late in Memihia, Tenn. A f nod opportunity will be offered to any one wi.hing tn mer chandise, Bu-iners bow worth fJu.CHXI. For particulars p"ly to UEO. 11. M0SSARR AT k CO.. 9 ayes Blnk. Vttention, Ladles ! WE WOULD RKSPECTFt'LLY A! nonnce te the Ladie. of Memphis and vicinity that we are pieiared to make Dreaeea in a I ihe latest itylaa, and at moderate prieei. Particular altennon aaid to bridal aad tar'y toileu. hali.tactieo euwante d. Alaa, Franca embro'derv executed la tee aeale.t .lyle hy Mrs. KLKI.V. Inf.aU' and cbildrtn's ward robes fioi.n.d in aupinr an-nner. Knb-oid-ery, in all ite braorhe'. lauaht by Mrs. Klein. Ladir. af Kaahville viiiUos Memphis, please II is So. yJ Detou street, n-ar Klllo't. REMOVAL. L. R0000, SO. 219 MAIX STREET, Oppos:.te Odd-Fellows Ball. To t Is e 1 ubllot T nAVKRFMOVEDMYLACBOFPrS 1 ipafroaatee-rBr ol Prt4 ai Madi ne f rmr'i ts tbe above aaaned plaea. where I will be (lad te aaeM mT fneads aad eu.toaters. taw1l las all YarlSy. (.tn, IralK M l W"l, frmrlN ) mr Qaallt. er Vy Caedlew are all wtanef.'-tarej from Ik. -r- f.ra.d ' searaa'ae tel 'l-ee turn aavaaa ail to aeaaeiaai a-la terauna ' (tea a.ea by aaerwiale .a,.eiaaira." I .'alt M,'ie aeearry wa the "C IT Bi 1 1 N K-- ia aomaaruaa .U la. U.a lac "Tt'eJaVUrii" fl.ee. t Mala sttewt, r OaJ FeUoe.' Hall. IRVING TO WHOM IT YAISriSTISSEB "WHISKY. na vTn r VARNL'D Til AT PARTIES IN L0TTI8VILL1 AND THT8 CITT PRKTKSD AVIIJ( w " v.Vni...." Wbl.k i V. hereby vivo notice that we will biiai .uit tor d.mtM ,0."'ll&VP?5srBLBMy w thle "rand of Whw.y. .gainst any RKSPONblBLB pariy fyW", w b.vahad the sdle use and eon-rot .L.I 1 . uiu omrrvw. n. .T. n.i.wt mm. B.J.SEMMES&CO., j.i-nipn'a, l ."''"i -- NO. 234 SECOND STREET, Irvinj; Uloclf, Have for Hle In YAMISSEE, WElSTIIOUELAND, ' AND OTHER BRANDS WHISKY. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. MENKEN BROTHERS, 265, C0BNER MAIN AND COURT STREETS, , i . Offer to the Trade, at Very Low Prices, A LARGE AND COMPLETE STOCK OP Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, CLOTHINa AJSJy ILVTS. NT-GOODS DAILY THE OLDEST DRY GOODS HOUSE IN MEMPHIS! A. SEESSEL & SON, BEQ LEAVE TO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE OP MEMPHIS AND YICINITI, ONE LARGEST JSJSr STOCKS OF DRY .GOODS, CtOTniNG, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, ETC., ETC., IN THE CITY, ALL OF WHTCH WILL BE SOLD VERY (JtltiAl', r OK CASH Uli Ul I v A CALL AND JUDGE Ho. 2.')! Main street. To Country Merchants and Iletaii Dealers? Clothing of our own Manufacture j 8Laple Dry Goods, Purchased from Manufacturer i . Fancy Dry Goodi and Notions of Direct Importation.; Boots, Shoes, Hats F0K SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT PURCHASERS AT PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST! AT WALKER BROS. & CO.'S;, IV o. 220 lYInin Strppt. A. E. FRANKLAND, AUCTION AD COMMISSION MEIICIIANT, Ko. 197 Mala Street, We' iter Block, - - Memphis, Ttau. CTRICT ATTB JiTlOa PAID TO Abb O busioess introstel to my care. Acoount aal.s reDitered immedittelr aftt-r aalea, and prompt returns. Ample aoeommoilaUua ivr sioras-. A. ALLAl K, tbe T.teren Aasunne-r, w,.. b f.mnd a' my h'.use, to attend te all bis old friend, and patron.. I respectful.? aiicit a share of tbe patronase of alt tar friends. . ..irimn Miss. & Teim. Railroad. NEW FKEIGIIT ABCACEHEXTS MERCHANTS ANI SHIPPERS ARE IN luraied that a JOIST rstEIWHT TARIFF baa been ermnrH bf'a Meia-.bii ar4 Fta t." oa t t l-.-l.'-lfr'' CfcMRAU K A1L htiAU. t-r biea irairbu aa danrarad at tboee aoiBia aa steit Ctaaiae;) ef fare ar Tretseelr. Te heniers aad delars beretofore e i.iie 'H hr-al hy tbs arrsnr.nint, 1,4 . ar .a-'.f'-l will prora of (I H K A T I M 1 i H T AC a I'J 11 bhCo IS AN 1 IfttiP- Pr RJ. . l.r-ff' aal etler laforositioa eaa be bat lr aa(.leauua at 1ST - Hal a aire, er at tbe Iet. A llVFRVORrT. 6; i Central BatriBUideat. BLOCK. MAY CONCERN. &, CO. '. 7 Memphis. Tonn.a Wtora or In Bond RECEIVED.- "Si OFFER TO THE OF THE . BEST ASSORTED I AI-UHirl ANUci UlVHi V FOR YOURSELVES. Opposite Teart Sqaare. Hade to our Order! REMOVAL. HATER, MARSHUETZ & CO, U S I s ; Saj m A o at w f a .. .. as . . ? I r I a w M -HajrtrraoTtrtias of- . An TIOLMaLI ftlALIU IB Tobacco, Pipes, as iu tiBDs or SmokerH' A-rticleK HO. XIII ejTKEKT. Memphis. TEyy. n-r SAINT MARFS SCHOOL,. OFLAB BTKEKT, Mas. M1BT E. POPE, Pnncirai,. ru. si-erss Tnossday, a9pu 1, 1jOM. L4t 5-