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W. II. MOORE,
A8ENI for the JETNA LIFE INS. CO., OF HARTFORD, CONN.. . Oa'sb Assets, OTer f 10,000,000! The Georgia HOME FIRE INS. CO., OF COLUMBUS. OA.. Cash Assets, $441,461 52! The State FIRE INSURANCE CO., OF NASHVILLE. TESN.. Capital,- - - 1200,000! Offlcei 808 Main St., . WIT TBI GERMAN RATIONAL BAWK. PUBLIC LEDGER. Office. No. 1 Madison Street. J. J. DoBOSE, - Editor. VI KMHHIHi Wednesday ET-nlng. Nav. 10. 'aa . 1 Mr. Thomas Tardrew. of Nswf ark City, it .uthorissd t. lot as North. advertising gent of th. Pdbmc Lbdoib. 8. H- Prvin. Genera! Adv.rtlsins Atent, Cincinnati. Ohio. i. ovt duly authorised agent to oontraot for advertisements. THAHKSOIVIe- Governor Senter has t. apart by prool.rn.tion the 18 th of the pre.ent month a. a day of Thanksgiving. The Present had previou.ly desiirnatf d that day for the .am. pnrpo.e. We hope that in Tennessee, at least, the people Will close their place, of busioess and ob a.rve the day in a becoming manner and spirit. No people ever bad greater cause to be devoutly thankful Our well tilled field, have brought forth abundant erops; our barn, are full ; our live Btock .leek and highly pampered ; and onr cotton crop is large and lb. price high. Nearly every gantry i. richly stored with pro vision, for Ihe winter; money watlfj-J re easy ; the nb are rolling in luxury, the poor are comfortable and contented, and all might ting istlms of joy, so uni versal i. our prosperity. But beyond all tbeie blessing, we bave ome (pecial reasons for being thankful A. great political revolution ha. been wrought, through a gr.ciou. deliverance moat unexpected; .ome strange influ ence ba. put it into the heart of B-own-low to change bis way. and advocate aome of the rights of the down-trodden white race; .dissension, were created tn the rank, of our Radical enemies, and their host., after exhausting their strength, were scattered. Good mea bave been sent to fill OJr legislative halls; .ome obnoxious law. bare been repealed, and many measure, of politi cal reform and general relief have been aet on foot. Andy Johp.on, who cWtired to foment further .trife and vex the peo ple again, wa. defeated for the United Stale. Senate, and ba. turned hi. attention to good dinner.. Jo Dividson and Shelby counties, the Boards of Connty Commissioner, have beeB re moved and honest men put in their places; law and order everywhere pre vail. A wisely constructed charter for the city of Memphis is abont to be adorned : and the D.oitebtiary is full of convicts, showing how active are tha offi cers who guard publlo peace. No epi demic has visited the State during the year; the old gas monopoly in this eity is about to be reduced ; the necessities of life are abundant and cheap, and the luxuries are within the reach pf- all classes. Several scalawag newspapers have died for want of support sod read ers since the withdrawal of State sup port; there is some prospect of reduced taxes, and the establishment of good school system ; and many greedy adven turers from other parts, who made a convenience of loyalty and took advantage of our misfortunes, bave packed their paper collars in their seedy carpet-bags and as quietly glided away as owl i from a hen-roost on the ap proach of day. Toey bave gone glim mering and shivering and gnashing their teeth, and very few of them will ever send back their postoffice address. These are some of the extraordinary ' reasons why we should be thankful to that merciful Providence who has vouch safed us so many general and spec fie blessings. Then let a. .lay tb. fatted calf, and brirg down from the highest i i. ... .: i 1 it, L umo tne Tauauug luraej guuuier, woo ba. been holding Thanksgiving himself the last eight year, because be wa. not maIIaiI fnm a, nntt .n nnn.unn Th Democrat, of New York- have elected a strong working majority io both branches of their Legislature (or the first time io fifteen year.. A'Mterfrora Lebanon, Tennessee, to tbe.ITnion and American evs: The action of the Senate on the Hinsebill calling a Con.tiiutionaPConventioo, ha. reused much comment: indeed, the most inter ee exoitement prevails here The people are sopriwd tbat their masters have so little cotfidence in them a er- vants. Ii ia a matter of indtf f. rence with the penole, whether the Sen ate recotnmi nds a Convention or not, for we know full well ' that all power is in Cerent in the people," and they will have a Convention, even though i( dicpleases Mr. Cooper. Th K-nhville Banner of tbe 7th vs: " A lad named Glarco. who has resided wnnio e;eht mile, of tbi. city, on the Galleon pike, for .ix'y-tbree years, came intn Nashville v-sterdar. for me nrsi time io her life. It is denbtful whether he woold ever bave beheld ihe ' City ot R ck. ' bad she not been a witnes. in the divorce case of ber .on, which was heard io the Chancery Court. Tha Illinois Constitatioaal 0ven tion atand: Eer.ablicns, 42; D-mo- crats, 49; Conservative., 2; lodepen dent, 1. Tetbo Honorable tno le latnre of Teaooaseo. Mt Loans: Io 'ne history of all, na tions, great emergencies have sometimes arisen, invokint tha exercise ef all the wisdom and firmness of its rulers. Such a crisis is bow npon Tennessee; and you, my Lard., are regarded by the people as the inspired wardiana of their rights and liberties. Pot several years they bave felt the iron heel of oppres sion ; but though they have not been nn complaing, tbey have not been without tb. hope that prevent, despair. They bave alway. believed that "truth ia om nipotent and public jn.tice certain, and tbey now feel tbat the good day of their delivereoce is at band. They have but lately chosen yon, my Lord., not as their servants and agents, but as their masters who are to aecore to them the dearest rights and privileges of which they have been so long deprived by the infamy and treachery of tbeir former pretended representatives; and to this end, they have surrendered to yon all discretion and power, without hesitation or ques tion. Their former pretended represen tatives were not such in any sense of the werd. They assnmed all power to do all things in accordance with their ideas of profit to themselves ana meir , at the expense of the right, and welfare of the great body of tbe people. This usurpation baa been, at last, thrown off; and you, my Lords, have been selected as tbe honored successors of men whose legislation was illo.trated only by an iBfamon. system of private and ki; nlnniW , So treat i. tbe joy of tbe disfranchised people at their promises oi uenvemuto, mj even willing to forget they ate the real and true sovereigns of the State, and de sire to manifest their grateful devotion to yonr Lordships by humbly submitting tbenueljas- and all their interest, to your absolute control. They seem disposed to forget tbat a State Convention was agreed npon during tbe late canvass, in which the defects of onr present Consti tution and the demands of onr changed condition and circumstances may be calmly examined by eitiiens chosen for that special purpose, end free from the cares and perplexities of local legisla tor. Both candidate, for Governor a tented to the n.ce.tity for such a con vention, differing only a. to the time of calliug it. Bat since onr Governor ha. trangely forgotten all b .f ledges on tbis point, and bas not even alluded to it since bis eleotion, it panpot be aqpposed tbat yoa, nay Lords, will voluntarily re mind tbe peopla of yovr pledges ot their wane. Indeed, my Lords, why should you T Is it not an impertinence for the people to infer tbaLroB cannot amend the Con.iitution while amending tbe lawsT 'Tis true, the "Bill of Rights" says that " ihe people may, at all times, iur, reform or abolish their form of gov ernment." get what of that! Can not j on, my Lords.prevaac lip exercise of this "inalienable right" if yon think it best for the people that they should not exercise it. At d7. will ny sane man con tend that tba, L'tttalatgra II not tbe source of all power? And, if this be true, oanoot the Legislature alway prevent the auab!irg of a Convention ? 8bogld yonr Lorsbipj happily tbns eooolude. would it not be wise and "expedient" for yen to strike out from tbe "bill tf rights" that first clause which admits "(he people have the inalienable right to alter, retort) or abolish their government in any manner the mft thjnk proper?" I suggest tbis, my Lords, aa a" uieaus of avoiding any tronble on this score. And eicaot ypo do this T Are yon not "the State," my Lord. T And who are "the people?'' Have they nut gtvta yon a earte blanche to do whatever seetneth rood 7 After tbis absolute surrender of all their rights into yonr keeping, what claims have the passes on yoorLordshipe, Otafir than tbat yon shall acpept their gratitude for generously taking care of them, and giving tbs and their affair, the benefit, of your valuable time and exalted talents? I beseech you, wy Lords, not to listen to that empty clamor of "the people" about a State Conven tion. Toe wisdom of tbe State is found in your honorable bedy, nd it wogld be madness to .uppos-' any or tban yourselves competent to amend the or gaolo law of the land, your Lordship, sorely do not seek tba fares of tbe peo ple tbat mo.hroem popularity which i. "won without merit and lost witheut a erinja' No, no,! fJ Lords I Do yonr duty ( and vn yop return to tbe shades of private life, it will ba with tbp eopyic, tlon that, as yon are responsible to yonr consciences as Tour constituents, aod not to "the people," yon ngej pot fear tbat tbe latter will ever agaio venture to entice yon from that seclnsion you so maeis csyet. My Lords, I rstnain your Lordships' obedient and grateful servant, Jpxius. BY TELEGRAPH. LATEST TO HOOBT TO-DAY. Dispatches te th. tenthwasUrB Fress Associate a. NEW YORK. Ntw Yore, November 10. Tbe Timet ay. tbat Commissioner Delano has re solved tbat tbe income returns of last year shall have a thorough overhauling, aod to tbis end officers bave b.en de tailed to do .pecial duty, aod are now at work in the leading cities of ths country. Their advent io this city is creating quit a sensation among those who have learned to live ia brown atone boose, and keep handsome rquippage. without possessing aay income. We trn.t the investigations will be thorough aod ex haustive. The merchant or beaker who deliberately defrauds the Goverameot on his income return i. no better than one who defraud, it on whisky or tobacco. When it come, to be understood that every doubtful retnro i. to be invetti gated, and tbat the inquiry will not necessarily end with the filing of the re turn in the Assessor', office, the re ceipt. of the Government from tbi. source-will be larg.Iy increased. We have no doubt next year will see an increase of revenue from income, of no lets than ten million, of dollar. Gregarico Domergoex, Ecuador con sul, charged with receiving stolen bond, to the amoant of ten thonsand dollar., wa. examined yesterday before Judge Welch, in Brooklyn, and remanded to await the action of the Grand Jury. It i. dated that the Cuban steamer Lillian was released at Nassau, October 19ih, but was not allowed to take coal Captain Harris pot to sea, burning the wood work of the cabin, for fueL He met two schooner, laden with coal, and while taking it on board, the Britiah gnn biat Lapwing came np, fired tome tweity sh-i at ber, and then took the Lillian into Naaeaa agate, where she was eis?d by tbe British authorise, and pil lage 1. Tbe men who were oa th Key were taken off 1y schooner., but srs o.Dtured by the Lapwing, taken to Nas sau and released. They htvesinoe made their way to points on our coast, where they are being cared for by the Cuban Junta. The Lillian i. .till atfla?.u. There i. great excitement among .nortinn men in thi. city about the Mo Coole-Allen prize-fight. They were bet ting yesterday on the probability that it wonld take place to-day. Detective, yesterday dug np in the c.l lar of John Bipoon, one of the counter feiter. arrested in Brooklyn la.t week, a large and powerful press for tbe manu facture of coin, and all necessary dies. WA8IIOUTOW. WiSBisotoif, November 10 It i. stated that although Gen. Sherman bad written the annual report of tbe War De partment, Sacretary Belknap repudiates it. and will write one himself. It is also stated that Bjlknap has repudiated an important claim passed favorably by Geo. Sherman, and since then suppressed wo orders issued by Gen. Sherman. One of these repudiated order, is said to bave contained instructions to the head, of several Bureaus, directing them to make all reports to him personally, and as General of the Armies. SEW HAMPSHIRE. Cokcobd. November 10. The Merri- mao bar yesterday passed resolutions de ploring the loss of Franklin Pierce. Judge Sargent eulegixed the late ex President, and ordered the resolutions placed on record. CINCINNATI. Oncjkkati, November 10. Tom Ai- bnry, a Dayton colored bully, was out probably fatally at Troy, Miami county by colored men, in a. row which he pro voked. . , A rn'oentlv BDDointed postmistress at a postoffice on the Plains, seBds her first quarterly report to the Department at Washington witn me ioiiowidk wui-uuic. "War week, nast I slept with a six shooter by my bedside aod a carving-knife under i . . L. I. 4..tL. my pillOW, expecilUK ai oroaa u -uj mo ndiaa. would come lor my .caip; out .11 of thi. ha. not been half so harass ing to my wind as the making oat of one quarterly report." ' The clerks and day laborers of San Franoiseo bave f 24,000,000 in gold de posited in the caving, bank, of that city. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS f)SjIERWRITKRS SALE OF DAMAGED, DRY GOODS VVT AUCTION. WILL BE CONTINUED - THTBSntY HORSIXG, Now. 11th, at 10 o'clock, at (Store No. 233 Second L $100,000 Worth el DRY GOODS, Bun; on Steamer Lintorj, eompriiing rallroM. Itomratlu., Rtaeetinsre. Blan- ket. I.liwy, h.iib.u, ni, WblteCtoooa, Snndvlra Alao, laraj wt of oiotbnK- Thi. hdnr ttia lar.eit sale of the kind erer mad in Mamphi. the attention of both City and Country Trad, is particularly sailed to to a same. XmHS Cash. XUUK. FHlLLlFOaUU., A.ants for Underwriters. A-E. FRAXKI.4!n, PDKRWKJTW SALE AX AUCXION, tnCRSBAT, vISOT. 11, AT 10 A.V., At 2SS Second Street. IPO Sftokw Co flVe, OQ Harrejs tiugar, S imaged on Btaamer Linton. T00F, PHILLIPS A CO., A rents of underwriter.. A. E. FRANKLANO. Auctioneer. I tie eooda Having Arrived, th GREAT FURNITURE, SALE TO THE TRADE, AT ACCTIOIT, BI W. IL PASSMOBE & CO., fijl Sceawol sf., JefTerton Block, Will tak. place FBI DAT, lftTH IHST., AT 10 A.M. 150 Circle End Bedsteads. 36 I.'.e Dtutict Bureaus, 6 OSee liecks. BookraMi. aod a reneral assort meat of rt IM urtlilqr. 1: Special Sale OF A BtiPERB APcORTMKNT OF BII VPR PI TKr WARIC. m.t Aoi-tlnn. br VP. H. Paasmor i Co. Tharidiymorninr. the 11th inst.. at 10 o'elotk. r.on'iitinr f nine Castors. Tea Bets. lea Fitters, altbiratelj ehwed.Tata a-UUBets.Caka BukeU.Caitors of aaw and orr aal deiros. csks Knives. finely chae4 .old-lined Curs, Oob;eti, Bmtar Iiiihes, variom itylu Ornter Disks., Ana og- inn (.Hilary, ria'si laa ana isoie npeoni. rorai. a aw. laa aoc-ve rooai win Da od riew WMinafiay arenior. Tha ladies are ra- spaetfully iotit'd to attend tba le. n . ii. r Acoavna s 1 1.. M 81 Avetionaars. Independent PreMs, 20S HaDIWIKI (IT BEET. Ts HIS Press It now open for basinets. Will u trm tea tatulaetmn. mursr a nnnsnN Korvmber 9. 1P69. 61-fi 8PICER & SHARFE, 351 Main St., Wascrnej Block, A RE ractivint daily frh additions to tbs'r il larra stnek ofralect tirri Faniirr from tha coabtry and eity will always find a eboici stock io talect from, and ai imir fincea. h hwlr Roll Bailer liweel), Itv HirkwkMiriaar, S w ( iai Loalaiaaa Halawaew, Maw t rap Iwlalana Hasrar, Rw Carolina Stir, Uoldrn Myrns (rholr. Rest Rranda of Floor, Ora-re. plM, larw JfoU. tloo S'anovd (.. (oil kloOal. afnab rooma oixl 1 rom. Boo 1 boeololo, Ireon Ia(ry Horj. Call and examine ear stvei. Wa think we ea unit 10a. 1! rrtf KR m rrlARrlt. HOUltIM. ate ELLIN, DKVOOI.TS, NO. lta MAIN MTHKKT. Wa, tba nnderalrned eommiltaa af Fhelby C.dntr Amra tnr.l t.ir on ira. ..it r-fa.m. i-.n report that .Mr. Manila A Kllit. No. lvl M.ia strott, MempLU. ara entitled U diploma. n th. follow i". a tide., all el tb.ir owa Baoufteiure: I. For tbe b-t med-eiaal laid eitrarta. 1. Tanmte of Ltimmh. t. fcliiir Vaierianata Aaiu.onia. 4. Iietbd of roMSTinc IraiU af all king, withoat -"r or beat. We ai." i-laoed tha blaa ru.tx.a oa the faanut Oil. aad take plaare in rx.afiaien4 ins it "o tba public for' salad" oil. believing hum iae ! an cia ei i xbibitad J. 0. Bttrr. M. I. P. P. 1 ?. M. u T. &. WaTaifa. M. D. H-il 'AUCTION SALES. nnirompn mnrrrwiiT(Ti p. a AUioiLiVa ifiLbniant, wis AUCTIONEERS, N. E. cor. Main and Jefferson sts. Dally sales of Merchandise, Fnrnltnre, etc., at Salesroom. , - Conalcnsnessta aoUeltad. . - H Qooda ofl-ered at aaeUoa n. dor limit. SPECIAL NOTICE. SALE OF IIFTT SMALE FARMS In tbe Pope Lands, on tha Ralei.h Road, Are miles irom mawpuia. MONDAY WEXT, snONVEYANCB WrLL BB FUKHI8HED I i.n.kn riulra to attend, leaving our efflce at o'olock on ttie oay oi raia. - . ...l. Mnii mT ha azaminad be . . . . . r I I.t. mw.A forehand. Plans ot the Farms may be had for that purpose now. on in. "" Jfi-A.-" offloa 61-64 Aaationears. Extenslre and Important Sale OF 0NB OF THS ! Largest and Richest Stocks -0F- Watcnes, Diamond?, Jewelry, AND Silver Plated Ware i Ewer Sbowa In thla Market, From th. well-known firm of Messrs. O. J. lyier a vo., eonimanciua WEDNESDAY, NOV. S, " AT 10OCLOCK, At our Sales Boom, and continued at land 7 p.m., dally, natil ths entire stock is sold out. Every Article la Warranted sus " Bepreaentcal. Tha narticular attention of the ladies is In vited to tha.e .ales. . . 54-t h Auctioneers. PBKMPT0BI PUBLIC SALK OF Improved and Unimproved CITY PROPERTY ON SHELBY STREET. On Monday, 22d of November. I will sell to the hithest bidder, for cash, without reserve, . On west sida of Shelby, between Union avd Gayoso streets, eaeh 31 feat 3 inches by 11 feet. On one of the lots is a three story BRICK BOUSE, with iron front, formerly known as the Allen House, oonstruoted for stare below snd residence above. Two of the other lots are improved with substantial Brick Houses, and one vacant lot adjoining. This property is pot np to be sold, and will not be wi'hdrawn if there are bidders on tbe rreuoi who expect to buy. Bale hour, 12 o'cloak iu, n. vuvaai ROTSTEB, TREETAMT, CO., 5S.70 anidlionoorm. : TRUST SALE. BT VIRTUB AND AUTH6RITT OF A Deed nf Trust m'ia h Smith Wilaon tn cure certain payments therein ezp-es.ed, wbish Dead is registered in the Kerister's office of Shelby eoonty, in Book Ho. 67. Part First, pages ii and 440, I will, on Tba Tvreltttf Daw 1 Jannarw, 1870, in front or the Court noose, in the eity of Memphis, prnaeed to sell, for cash, tha fol lewirg deseiihed LAND, lyins in tbe oounty of gbelby. Teanessea, Civil DUtrict No. 10, befinnin. at a stake. Tha southwest corner of lots No. 2 snd J, in ran Re 6, section 1, thence north 85 chains 3 links to a stake in J. G. Meaeham'a east boundary line : thenca east 26 ohains and 'ii links to a stake with dor- wood pointers; thence south 11 cbaias and 43 links tn a stake in the Wlncliasier line : thence aaat with (he Winchester line U chains snd i links tn a black oak ; then a sooth 71 chains and :tt l'nts to a suae, witn pomar and sweet cum pointers; thanaa wast 40 chains to the be ginning. 1 win convey as Trustee on it. TVC. BLKCKLBT, Trurtee. This 8th November. 189. 6M-lir Manlcipal Ccnrt of the City f M iiiphl. Clisc's Orrics. Novsxaber X 18B). Win- Randolph and K. 8.) Hammond, eras of nn- Attachment Bait, dolph A Hammond, pl'ffs 1 versus J. M. KasUrly, defeadaas. k FFIDAVIT FOR ATIACHMENT HAV- j V in. been matla ia tbis cms ia pursuance of tuotion M'sof tha Qda of T aanessee. beoaare th g. 1 4 delendant is abnst to rmon himself aad property frum tha Bute, and is removins io. same priTat.ir oui oi iae county so i ai tha ordinary pioee s of law s.nnot be served npon bim, ana attsobmcnt Bavins been lasned and returned by tba proper effictr " levied. ato.,"on the propertf of tha delendant J. M, Kastarly : it is tseretore o'dered that said de fendant aftnearat tha MunieiaaJ Court Room. In tba City of Memphis, I .no., on or before tha trat Tuesday in Dac.mb.r aart, and de fend this suit, or the una will be taken fur eon esttd ss to him and tba case sat for hear- iur i parte i and tbataoopyol tbis order be pqblitbed cnoa a waak tor four consecutive weeks In tba Pcsuo I sooia.an.wspaper pub- lisbed In toe oily of Henit'his. m.K IA r r. i,-ier. Hr Miscoa J. Weight. O. C. A Copy: R. D. Jo'dan, .. . Attorney Iur rt.intlir. 0-wl-e7-l3 VAN PELT & GIBSON DEALERS IN Boots and Shoes, No. SOO l-S Main St., Oppoaite Court gqaare. XlfE Worm PAt.T. THE ATTENTION vf ef tba Planting, as wall as City trade, to oor large and well-selected stock of (nods. Uarohjeetis to keap nothing but tha best, so mat we can recommend ana vCAtiaTia. Cent's, Ladles and Children's, Of nary styls and tba best quality. Terane-t aah wr 41 ly Aeeeptanrci 4 t WAN PEI.T at CIIMON. GAYOSO MEAT STORE T RKSPKCTFITLLY ANNOUNCE TO TJTR 1 ettistne of Koath Meati his. aad the pobtic ia gaaerai, tbat 1 keep eon.tantly on band ai my meat stora, aadar tba Uayoao Dotal, all k,ni. of r. k vaaatablat. bnttar and are. whi'b I offfr lor sale a low. if aot lower tban etiyhndy .Imi and will deliver tha same anywb.rain tteeily. Irawmerargw. 4-i H PhKs-EL. HH. IN ION AND MASTER' BANK OT Memphla, evawsawsaa KoriCE TO .TM HHLIIM. Via ram. Novamhat 1, 1WB. t a e MhH. k ... j.,.Ipt.J aa fn .IklMM.,.' .r mmmt m tA th ti nltTibad recital of thla Uaak U ha paidaa or kalon tha w of lanaary a. it. . , H-IK 8. P. READ, Cashier. COTTOM FACTOR!. COGSWELL & BOND, (Suooessor. to Bond A Jones,) ' ' waoMllLB iNS a.TllIi PBALBKS IM ' CHOICE FAMILY GK0CK1ES, iKD j PLANTATION SI PPMES, No. SO Madlaon at., Hemplsla, Tann. (Between Main and Beoond.) ders, W. .ell at th. lowost wbola e aad mm" H.omnE atientiwn v mi'"" vm . x vatlMil rtflMaa. sw-n w. .. r.TLoa...w. i a-nroMD.M-w.a. a'ouiai. TAiLllH. KlUFUKU t. UU.. COTTON FACTORS, AND GENERAL COMMISSION MEHCHTS, 1 R. Monroe Sirert, bet. Main and trront, HuTolrtaT Hnti. Tifti and SuppHel furnLihtd On rOSIIVUSUIw lo.iusia , , n. . i ... ,ii.. I m A 1 1 let aw A ah Avdana atusr a ii A-ai.nnienu Iniurad. unlMf other- wige Inatrnotcd. 89-105 cms. o. fAETis. ( , . raa habsit. PARTEE &HARBERT,' COTTON FAGTOBS . : . -AND- "J.. .L, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 11 VNION STREET. MERPniS TENNESSEE. CnN8IONMKVT8 ttESPBCTFULLT 80 lioitod, upon whioh liberal Cash Advanoes will be made. All ootton oonslrned to nt Insured, unless otherwise instructed. , , A full supply or uarcmr. nope ana lies constantly on hand. Careful attention given to fil n orders of every kind. mm n a Davv B.uarau m, vi as vbpv- Mltnii man tA an v. ancniftl attntian tA iu vu pa.wvji srarw visis vvwuwvst v iplinr. PARTEE A HARBERT. wetsningouu muiiuiuh. r. a. joara. J. n. jetias. JONES BROTIIEB8, COXHISSIOST MERCHANTS, COTTON, TOBACCO AND PRODUCE FACTORS, Wo. 8 Madison alreet, MEMPHIS. - - - TENNESSEE. f1 ah at rwiHiari in made na hv rlvar are aoverad by open policy of inmrano. . V. DIOKINSOlt. W. W. W1LLUMS. na. b. r. oickinsoh. DICKINSON, WILLIAMS & CO., (Successors to J. W. Dickinson A Broi.) COTTON FACTORS, GENERAL Commission & Frodnce Merch'ts Ne. 810 Front at,, Hempbla. HAVING A WAREHOUSE OF OUR 0 WST. in which wa handle all Cotton consigned to ns, we gaarantee oorrect weights. Dioal eommlssions charged. All eonsignmenU by river insnred, unless otherwise instructed. Liberal advanoementa made on consign ments. 9-6 JOS. B. BT.ACK, B. H. BLACK, liateelMaysvuie. Jjate Biaci.uamron uo. BLACK, BRO. & CO., , COXXON FACTORS, An COMMISSION MERCHANTS ro TBI 81U Of drain, Floor, Beef, Pork. Bacon, Hay, Corn, Oata, Bras, Potatoea, and Western Produce Generally. 204 FRONT STREET, 8-85 MEMPHIS. TENN. rrNNSTT, w.i. roiTia. J. w. Pioe.jn., Of New York. Late of Memphis. PORTER, PAGE & CO., OMMISSION MERCHANTS, 140 Pearl Street, New Turk. 3-80 ' OWEN, SfcSTJTT a CO., lotton-and Tobacco Factors RECEIVING, FORWARDING, AltD Genl Commission Merchants. LBB BLOCK, Union Street, Memphis, Tenneaeoew ALL COTTON. TOBACCO OR OTHER Vaa-a-irliinA eflni lanerl tn br iniinred. nnless otherwise instrncted. Bagging, Rope and other supplies furnished at tha lowest market price. i.ii- im w. I.. Stewart. i. H. siiLtaaa, Uf Shelby Uo., Icnn. i.ate oi maaison uo. STEWART & SKILLERN, COTTON FACTORS An COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. SOO Front at, Memphis, Toon Aff ILL ATTEND PROMPTLY TO THE II of Cotton and Produoe. and till or ders for mpplies for customers. 1R0-9-B9 eo fc-J o o O K O e 2 0 S u s 83 a) j S d H O CD a 0 a 9 4 O H O O ft o H josire at.aiaa.. sa. joaara .aaaisaa. js. isa.iiijik:im At co AC11IOSEF.RS KD SOMMIS8IOH JIE.KS. ss as a. Set) Second Sl Mesn ptals, Tenn. Pnnnl tianiii.n . irea to sa'es of mere a an diss. Liberal dvaneee aaa opna coo.im nents. Arcoant sales rendareii with e. rrs-t- pe. aai di.ra'rb. o. r. LVLia. a. o. aaows, BROWN, LUES & BROWN, I . "W Y E It IS Osneet No. ! W. Conrt Street, (Cor. of MaiaJ 13-85 MEMPHIS. TK59. Great Drive WW HAVE JTJ8T RE0KIVED ONE HUNDRCD CAIBS MERRIMACK-, MPHAGVK'a, ati4 ottter kes. suakoa frlata. The styles are new, and ot the most select pattern., aad are believed to be the ) Cheapest Lot of Goods ever Offered. We are also rooeivlog an Immense line of New Pant Stulfa, Ttreas Goods, Shawls, Notions, etc., whioh we offer at prions te please Closest Cswh Buyers. . "' ".. . WH, . MOOE sfc CO., 6 83 ' 209 Iriala St., Memphis. Tenn. WILLIAM OKOILL, DM0HD QROILU ORG-ILL BEOS. & CO., IMPORTERS HARDWARE, CUTLERY, ETC., IVoas. 3lO and 318 ITront Street, MEMPHIS, - - - i.TENNESSEE. A COMPLETE lToreig-n and I om.es tic Hardware. WE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS OF ALL OTJB T0REI0W GOODS. WE PURCHASE onr DAmnRtla flAnda from tha mannfnntnrera. Wa ara anahlad to Aflep arril ,d..nliM. to the trade. We are Sole Agents in Memphis Qallet Stoel-Brnah Cotton Clin also, Bncheye Beapcraand Mowers, Marvin cfc Go.'a greatly- celebrated Fire and Bars;Isur Proof Bates, Sors;bmii Mllla, Bradford's (Cincinnati) Wheat and Corn Hills, ' And many other articles too nnmerons te mention. Agricultural Implements in great variety. French Window Glass, Iron, Metals, Castings, Belting, Wheat Threshers, etc. r-iKKMB vasu, ua snutti uiii Awananua. - Country Merchants mil find It for tbeir Interest TO CALL 0 WHEELER, PICKENS & CO - WHOLlSALI DIALIB8IH BUCKETS, TUBS, WASHBOARDS, BROOMS, CHUBNS. TRAYS, SIFTERS, BLACKING BRUSHES, FEATHER DUSTERS, CHILDBENS' CARRIAGES, BOPE, TWINE, BASKETS, AND ALL KIKD8 OP Wood and Willow Ware. IVo. 330 Main St., MEMPHIS, . TBNNB38EB. 7-84-Jp FURNITURE AND CARPETS 0 ITIRY 8TTLI AND QUALITTAT THi Lowest Prices. WHOLESALE AND BLTAIL. mnanTTHfl W A WTtTTvTS tlfirTH TH III K nan n , vvu w linti will in wnll to call aod ezftm.ntt our Stock. Ann-, nr.-a . . . . n nv.1 a M- . . k H2-1S-1W 5W Mam street, wayoso cinon SOUTH SHORE LINE. HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT of the " South Shore Line,"viaLouiyille and Cincinnati, I am prepared to issue Hills ot JL.aaing, " All nan. SAM C. WEAVER, A.entj 88-tJ No. I Madison street, Ftanton Block. 0. L. FAETBB. OA FABTIS. L. W. SILLBB. PARTEES & MILLER, (Successor, to W. G. Wear A Co. J GEOOEES, Cotton Factors, AMD - Wholesale Liquor Dealers, KO. 3 HOWABD'S BOW. WAVING ASSOCIATED OURSELVES i . l ...i. am. wa anliclt a eontlnnanea of ha trade heretofore given, aa inaita parties wisning so oar io """- l.-.i. .mA f.ithtul atiantioa IUK. VIUI.IU, to all business entro.ted to onr care. 4 at rA tti n&n m aii'u". Important IVotice. Orrics SorvHwrsraaw Pttirpmno Co , I 361 Main at.. Memphis, November 1. 1 rrHE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY I ... t rti.tinviiiiili between tba same of this Company, ia Mamphi., and aaotuer Company tn soma mora nort hero city, o'.""' place or pia-ae. nyiea turn log Compear." who ar .oiiciting pnhhe PUBLISHING COMPANY t. a home w.ti totioa." and has no connection -battrer witn any other " so-ealleal " Pobiinbina Cosapany. T bis aotioa i. deemed aecaary that tha public mar not. In any manner, o- uh,m. LB. CLARK.. ftae'y atd Treas. MlMaia street. H. A. Ptavaa.Praal'lent. 1. IV o t i c o Crrtct M meats Givoeo flis Co . awi BciLDiao, cua. Mil. ava Jarrsasoa. I muir ni.nca rilR RTTRSCRTPTIUKS tit 1 stock are bow opaa at tha tias Offioe. By o,Jroltha BOARD OF DIRBCT0BS in , Prints ! O. L. DtSISOM. A, I. M'llll, AND DEALERS IN ASSORTMENT 0? for the FBAlVELIN TYPE FOUNDRY, 168 Tine St., bet. 4(U andSih, CINCINNATI. Allison, Smith & Johnson. 61-12 g t S Pa Im e S B to - e tb 2v "So ' 5. ft,S SS 5 - " m a e - O a W- $ ti to t o.s m ' s -a j S 8 - 1? fad s " t 3 h mj - " 5 S 6 a E3 H - a OQ ca o utu o . o M Pi FOR SALE! At a Banraiiic ONE OP THE Most Desirable PIECES or PROPERTY IN THE Suburbs of Memphis. JUT PLACE, rOtJB MILES UT ON . Hernando road, eontslntns; twelve nd a ball sierra arood land, well ina proved new bonse, klteben, ser want's bonse, smokobonae, eorts srlb, emrrlste-bowse, wagca shelter, ote nil now las ysaac orchard, rsupbrrleHstrawerrlea and vrapesn Iae elover lot, rraas lot, garden, et. two splendid elslorns and a borso pond. Will bo sold on EASY TIH 1 1 31 S For parllrnlarw, apply to E. WBITMORK, Pnblle Lodger Snlro. Or U WOTPTER. TRF7. VANT A CD. LAM' K WAliUhLL. W. A. WHFATLKV. DOSOHO. JOY A CO. c. s. rum, M. D . , Pur.oon and Ooullat. DR. PENKER HAS RKStMFD PRAC, lira aad will B:tnd sparially lodi eaae. repairing sarriral traaiment r epwatiaaa aad la disease at ihe aye. H-lSi) wee, tS Main at, t '