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OBcet Mo. 18 IrlatdUon Mtreet. LARGEST MnlBClMTrOS. L J "T!l Arrival and f Tralni. MiBiusirrt abb fTV,l,D"A. K.w OrloaD. mall (dally). P.m. 1200 m f wight (except Sunday) p-m,l.A?x Mail train makes direot oonneoden lor New Orleans and ll point South. , . Miaiiasippi Central railroad. ' . Ticket office. 2.17 Mlwt, and at the denot Omnibuses will eall for paiaeogeri and chSok bagSage tn any .part of the oity by Ikar U, order. liMOEH. Gen. Supt. BIBrfilS AHD 0HABLB8TOB BA1I.BOAD. Through mail, daily"-"-" ' 1114 Through express, dailytdoea Sv" Bund" . KaUroad ti.no fifteen minutes taster-than 278 M -Sig S'a. 7 Babkbt HveBta, Passenger Agent. MIKPHIB AD LOOIBVILLB BAUBOAB. P., Express- Night Express ... &!?.? . " PaVeer Accommodation. 9:16 " 6:W1 Ticket offi. No. 7K Main street. De pot. head of Main strong joNKS BELL HOWELL, Passenger Agent MKMFHIS AKD MTTL BOCg. BAILBOAD. Gowe Wibi - Leave HopeSeld at fc30 a-. arrive at L'Ansuille at 11:30 a.m. flomo Kabt Leave L'Anguille at I p.m.! ervfrtHopSeld at 6:0.1 p.m. Trains leave daily. Ferryboat eaei foot of General Agent and Superintendent. BY T EL EG BAP H. IDSIHHT DISPATCHES. . WASIIIXuTOV. Washikqton, Novembf r 30 The Sec retary of the Treasury baa received a communication fro Savannah asking permission for the Vernon Shell Iliad Compary to import from England, ir.e of duty, Fraction engine, for their road, between 8avannah and Vernon, to be used aa an experiment only. : As ranch interest is manifested tn the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad, it may be etated ibat Richmond will be lb eastern terminus and the mouth of the B g Sandy the western. The letglh of line com plete to White Salphnr Springs is two hundred and twenty five miles, and two hundred miles remain. The cost of con Mructinn is estimated at the ol I P"c of $12 000,000. with a debt of $300,000. The amount to be furnished by the contract ing parties is $15,000,000. The connec tions west are via Lexington, Ky., to Louisville, S'. Louis and Memphis, and via the Ohio river rente to Cincinnati, tst. Louis and Chicago, and to Indianapolis via the Chillicothe and Columbus branch. The vote of the stockholders, at the recent meeting, was 50,000 shares for the' aon tract, and 51,000 against it. Alexander Delmar has purchased the National Intelligencer. On and after January 1, 1870, the ex change of mails between the Uoited States and France "ill cease, in conse- i queoce of the abrcgition of the present postal escalation between the two coun tries. r ' e In the Supreme Court, case No. 6, original, of the State of Texan vs. White, Chiles and others, Chief Justice Chase delivered the opinion hoi ling that the thirty-four bonds, commonly called in demnity bonds, and the one hundred and seventy coupons presented for redemp tion at ihe Treasury Department by the defendant, Hordeoenrg, were in fact, the property of the State of Texas, and that the bonds commonly known as 5-20 bonds, amounting, at their face value, to $150 000, deposited by the defendant, Hordenburg. with B W. Taylor, to se cure, the Secretary of the Treasury the payment of the indemnity bonds, are liable in equity to the claim of the State of Texas, to the extent of the status of the indemnity bonds, which is found to be $38,250. The decree is aettled ac cordingly, and Taylor is directed to sell, and is appointed a special master for that purpose, so many of the 6-20 bonds as may be necessary to produce to sum required, and to pay it over to the S:ate of Texas, and to deliver the balance of the bonds to Hordenburg, arid report his proceedings to the Court within tea days from the first day of the next term. And it does not appear from the complain ant's bill that the State of Texas has any interest in the other remaining bonds, in respect to which a further hearing was allowed to Bajcht Morrissey; and the bill as to those bends is dismissed. The theory of the opinion is, that there was no payment by the Treasury Depart ment, but merely an exchange of securi ties. ' ' wr.lT YORK. Ngw Tons, November 30 Mr. Bout wpii's sudden change of policy to-day, Vast on the eve of the iouguration of the programme of the Treasury Department for December, wasthe all-observing topic of conversation in financial circles this afternoon. All bids for gold noder 122 were re jected, and as the Treasury proposes to sell a million of gold, it drew out bids for only $1 435,000 at 120 63 to 121 20 Tbey were all njected. The firm making the large bid denied the right of the Secre tary to rf ject their bid under the present advertisement, aed tendered to the Assistant Treasurer the legal tender notes for the gild which would other wise have been lorwarded to them. It is elated on the street that some of the bidders for gold to-day go to Washington to-night to make a formal demand for the gold, which they claim should have hen awarded to them. To-day be followirg telegram wae re ceived: "Henry Clews 4 Co: The Sen ate of the State has just voted by 28 to 8 to eustaio the State credit. The Iliuse n( R.nresentativei will do the same. The debt will be paid, and repudiation will be silenced, i be btate win not oe entirely disgraced bv tbe crime oi repudiation. Signed J- W- HoLDgB, n ."Governor of Noath Carolina." Tki n't.rld sbts the Cubans have an other expedition on hutd, and which it is expected will surpass an previous er Trie Junta is now paying out overt GOO per day for the board oi the men in ibis city wno are mwamua r,,..t. have been made with several merchants lor a large nnmber of Win chester repeating r.Hes and reaoooy breecn loaatrs, wim ' tion, and io one case the contract has al Wn fn!filled. It ia imDrobable that the expedition will be atarted before the next meeting ofCorgress. Tk. .. of the Erie railroad vs. U m- and others will be argued, rn the mot.on made by the coun.el of Fi.k 4 fioula. to eontinue the irjuncuon re- atraioicW rtam.ay ana oiu eating tbef suit. During tf.e argument Mr. E i!on made personal xplfc-iation, declaring the charge of col!uion brought against Li o be bsseless. , . Jnnvi ita latament to the inera ia u uU., . oontrary notwitnstanaing, mat toman was wuno" - r . . .v. reference to the expeotod Tint of the The ironolad Baanoke it being thor oughly overhauled at short notice. The CbmmeTrianeame from the Navy Yard that aeveral vessels nava aireauj and that othera are preparing to sail un , j It tia nrevailini aer seaieu uru-' . . r, j opinion at the Navy Yard that their des tination 18 lyUOB. , ' . Distriot Attorney rierpont nae r epived no further communications from Washington is relation to the Spanish gnnhoats, and does not expeot any uniu he disposition of the motion argued on Thursday. , . ' , . Petitions for signers are being posted np in tbe ferry-houses and elsewhere for the Government to recognisse Cuba. . Some Cora. We fiod the following in the Holly Springs Reporter : We, th undersigned, being requested by A O.Canon to measure an acre of land and the corn that grew on it, the reward of hie own Ubor, after a careful measure ment found it to be 84 bushels and 1 reck. This is what we thoueht to be the best acre out of twelve. The 12 acres measured 790 bushels, an average of 66 bushels per aere. This corn was planted the 7tb of May; and at a most critical time, when it was shooting and silking, it hud the most severe ond longest drouth the county aver experienced. Had it not lacked for rain, we believe it would have made at least 125 bushels par acre. It is good lead, and all the manure it got was deep plowing, lne time Mr. Canon was employed in nakios; this corn was about six weeks, all told ; in the meantime giving attention and labor to other things. Now, corn at f I per bejbel, be made at the rate of $395 per month. Now, gentlemen planters, if yon can beat it, we would like to bear from yon. f B. W. Mabtih. Jvo. Havoocc. Electricity as a heating medium has, it is asserted, been saccesstully tried at the Hotel Dieu Hospital, in Pans, and it is reported that hereafter the other large hotpitaLof that oily will be warmed by mean; of the electrical apparatus in stead of by coal. Two colored gentlemen playing bil liards in Detroit quarreled. One bit the other a tremendous blow over the head with the butt end of a cue, which made the splinters fly J whereupon the assailed darky paused to remark: "Now, Sam, stop, an less reason die yere thing a lint" Election Notice. THE following perrons are arpointed J odges, Clerks and Depot? CommUeioners to opto and hold an e'ection, in tbe fallowing dUtncU and placet, on December 18, I860, For Constables and Magutratesia the different districts. ... , The Deputy Commissioners will please rail at my office and b twora, and receive the aeceuary blanks, at room 2ft, Circuit Court homo. ,. ; latPtalriet-AtSlepbesiEDKllah'a. R M Bond, Deputy CommUsionert Q W Thorn. J Pmith, J Hugnej, Judges; R W Kicks, CM Vritd, Clerks. 9d Dletrlet At Helaota'a. W P York, Deputy Commisiionor: ADFun ter, T K Geljon. W 8 Noblin, Judges; W C Ward, W I Kelson, Clerks. Sd Dun-let At Boltota'a Store. ITA Bell, Deputy Commissioner. J L Wyrrie. N B Snarkf. K M Batemao, Jldsei; Benj FDuncan, 11 Kembert, Clerks. dtta liatrietAt Old Cnlon Cbnrcb. Thos L Giles. Deputy CommUsionert James Connel, K B Harold. A Moi-oiyh, Judges) W Leftwich. J W Carroll, Clerks etta Dlatrlet-At Balelgb. W H Moncrief, Deputy Commistiner: tt B WiliiC.rd.Thos M Ward. O L Nicaeli, Judges; K W fryer. H K uller. Clerks. 7ib Dial r let-At Bartletf. K W Caldwell. Deputy Ccmmissiorer: W B Wiliiam.on.W Hi melton. I B Mercer, Judges; W J Ward, A Mercer, Clerks. 8th DlMtrlct At Sbelhy Depot. L McMallins, Dehuty Commissioner; Wm Oriflii. Biles H berry, C B Jtogliih, Judges; J M Wi'liami. W V Thompson, Clerks. 81b Dlotrlet At Flabervllle. W H Webber. Deputy Comnflsiinaer; J M Brooks. W 8 Baxter. J W Morris, Judges ; W N Pritdr, G M Strong, Clerks. lOtb Dlatrlct-At Colllervllle. H Irby, Deputy Commissioner; J M Flem Ing. Jene Arp ewhite, J G Moore, Judges; A 6 btratton, J W Koen, Clerks. 1Kb Dlatrlct-At Germaatowa. L A Rhodes, Denury Commissioner; R Weir, J CCallis. J C Wenford, Jadges; M P Webb, Wm Carter, Clerks. ltta District At Mebanicavllle. D Pramon. Deputy Commissioner: J W Flam, W M Moore, Wm Connell, Jadges; M W Keaiora, r i Lewis, uieras. 131b District At Arnold's. m r-. 1 T r 1 : . n r L Londr, W A Dooly. J M Leil. Judges; t P Dooly, G M 8 Wi lismton. Clerks- Ittb Dletrlet-At Conatj CoortHonse RT Bonghaer, Depnty Commissioner; John Norton. J K Hnrke, H Wildberger, Juages; J Fcggerty. W W Gilbert, Clerks. IStb District At Chclnem House, See- a sireei, n lutini, T r n.-inhni . Deoaty Commissioner: John Eerrin. C M- Wadrifk. W B Gliroon, Judges; J V Ilandwerker, t 0 Bohapper, Clerks. IStb District At Whit' Sllon. J a Himf. Deputy Commissioner: J H Gondlett. W K Borne. A W Moore, Jadges I A J Brooks, A U Gates, I. lorn. 17tb District At MeConwsll's Cbwrrh T T) Minn. Deentr Commursioner: J Mat- sey.A M tont. A C Koark, Jadges; IMAlex anaer, Kobert Stone, Clerks. JOHN P. BOTJOHSER. Ccmmirsinner of Keii'tretioa for Bhelbv Co. Memt Tenn.. noTemoer in. m v Election Notice. w K aiw,rdan with the order of the Honor' 1 ableCuonty Conrt of Shelby oounty. I wilt pen and hold aa election, on eaturdajV December 18, 1S69, To 611 tbe vacancies of Megiitratas and Coasta- blea tn ine evrerai auiricM, w . IstdU'ttOnedlConst-ble. 2d " oie(l) and one (t) Magistrate M " one (I) " " two (J) 4 h " oned) " Kth " one (I) " 7.h " one(l) " 8th " oned) " aned) " Mh " sne(l) " oaelli " KtK " oned) " " one(l) " 11th " oned) " lib " ooedl l:t;h ' oneil) " 14th " oned) " lh oned) " te " onetl) " ITta oae.l) " " ons(l) " JOHN P. BOCOnSKR, Commlraioner ol Registration for bhelby Co. Mrmrbi, Tenn.. Nor. K I7-1 BEQISTRATION NOTICE 11 n FOLLOWISa appoistmksts A lor registration at Berber announced : I t Ward. N. Miller. M Main street 51 " WillUmCbaee. jr.. 42 Pepler st. d T V. Adams. lUi cecond etraet. 4th " (. W. Lincoln. 5 Madimn it. ith H. J. Boushner, Reom 26, Conrt UOUM. " Wm. A. Malaon. Waldran Block. 7th O. C. Jenee. corner Hernando st ead South Market llou Sth " WUIiaa Tail. Bluff City Mills, Pnnlir atri ml. .9th " J. D. Laoburj, Chelisa IIue, Second street. 10th B. F. Hoob. er , eoraer Heraando and South st aeu. Tbe abore offioee will be eta from 9 o clock a.m. to t o elect p.m. J. P. BOUGHHKR, Cemmkrioner af Registratioa for Sb. ay Csssty. M-t COTTON FACTORS. w. a. tavlob w. l. AnyoDw. a. h'odixb. ; TAILOR, " B1DF0RD & CU COTTON . FACTORS -AHD- ,. . 1 R Monro Htreiet, bet. Mala and Front, Bagging. Rope. Ties and SuppUss furnished on reasonable terms. . . Ppeoial attention gives te IInt easn orders. r AH eonsignmentt insured, "lM,J,l1h1!r" wise instrno'.ea. . . . ohis. o. rABTia, B. MAM BASSIST PABTEE & HAEBEET, COTTON FACTORS . r .-. AND" , ' ', ' ' , . aMiuieMAu rtrDnlilUTC LUfVUillddlUH i.itnunHino, NO. 11 IJHION STBEET, nenPHH, TsBj--,ii. L...n..niMi v onvnTWTTT.T.V SO. Hetted. upon which Ubaral Cash Adranost will' be made. . A - . . ., . All eottoa oonsignea w otherwise instructed. n ... ... eotaatl "oi hsnd. Caretui attenUea siren toni m orae-oieT.IT , r We have seonred the iwrlces efaa expe rienced ootton man to sive spcil attenUon to -d "m,l.i,5;-- a. n a wnv.RT. ' T. g. JOKIS. "'-' JONES BROTHERS. COSJIIMIOW MEBCHAHTS, ' . O O X X O N TOBACCO AHD PB0DUCI FACTORS, ,. Jfo. Hadlawsi troot, MEMPHIS. " -' - , TKNNKSSKK. CoBslrnments made ns by rtrar are eojerod AW.WOIWBOK. - W.W.WIM.IAB.. DICKINSON, WILLIAMS A CO., (Suooessors to J. W. Dickinson k Bro. J COTTON FACTORS, OKKKBAL Commission 4 Produce Merch'ts Bo. 910 Frost at., Memphis. gj. to wnien we nanuu u v.. v.... to us, ws guarantee correct wenhU. llsual commissions oharged. . All. eopiignmenU by rirer insnred. unless otherwise instruoted. Mr- Liberal adranoemapU mads on eonirn. JOS. H. BLACK, . ' B. M. BLACK, A.ateol jiaysTiua. iisjiMiva"" BLACK, BRO. & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AMD 0MMISFI0N MERCHANTS yos THS SALS or GnUsi, Flonr, Beef, Pork, Baeoa, Hay, Com, Oats, Brosi, a-otosooa, and fTaaterss Prodneo Generally. 204 FRONT STBEET, a.85 MEMPHIS. TKN. . rnnita r. w. J. rosisa. . w. Jaoi, jb., Of Kew York. Late of Memphis. PORTEB, PAGE & CO- COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 140 Fearl Street. New Torn. S-H0 OWEN, McXETT dc CO., Cotton and Tobacco Factors BECEIVLSS, FOBWABDIH6, AHD Gen'l Commission Merchants, LEE BLOCK, Union Street, Memphis, Tenneaaee. ALL COTTON. TOBACCO OR OTHER produce eonsisned to ns insured, unless otherwise instructed. Begging, Rope and other supplies furnished at the lowest market price. 1S1-M-148 CO cr O Lu Id m s K K H r o o H ft o a O U CO S. a. P H K d g, 0 a s o a Si B i 9 8 fl 4 O H h- O O ia C. L. PABTSS. BOAH rASTSS. UW. MIU.BB. PARTEES & MILLER, (Jucotsiors to W. O. Wear A Co. J GEOCEES, Cotton Factors, - AHD - Wholesale Liquor Dealers, AO. 3 HOWARD'S HOW. H AVISO ASSOCIATED OURSELVES under the above stvls firm, we solicits continuance of ' b. trade heretofore siren, and invite parlirs wiihing to bey to eiamias our stock, promising efficient aad faithial attoatioa to all buainesi entruaud tn our rare. -n-W PAHTr-K Mir.LyR. C. I, rinti, M. D., Nurgeon sand Oculist. DR. FKSNER HAS KEHUMED PRAP tir. snd will at'end speoialiy to diieaaee rcquirior surtical ueaimeat or eperatiias and to disea.ee .1 the ere. a-Ul oalee, S Bain at. TRANSPORTATION. FAST FREIGHT ! "ALL RAIL." . - t SOUTH SHORE LINE, Tin JttTeraoBTllle, Hstdlao tUBd 1st. dlanapolls, llttlo MInal.ClowolJsd Colnmbne, Cinetnnatl iBdlaa. polla. I ; ,' ar-niii. r.Jk. t.nul ta Albany. H aw York, Boston, and all Intermediate points, BAM C. WKAVBB, ftgeni, 996 front street. 0. B. 8KIKNER. Gen'l Manager, BJ-90 CleTelana.unio. Mississippi & Tennessee B. F. - ,w I. tn . : Chan gfe of Times OV and afUr Sunday, Nor. 14. 1869. statu further notice, trains will run as follows.! flaw Oblbanb Mail (dally), lears Memphis at 12 m.. waains uiit-u. whuwviuh - Orlenni, Vicka-urg and all points Seutb. t: j : i I . . t. m ..V.4. .i l.U n.ai.. making direct connection lot CoffeeTille, water nrtb of Granada on MitsiseiDDt Central rail road. ..... , , ,., , AHr Hargsga checked tnroutn. Prnnnra l.nkele at 23U Main Street, or BS the depot. . , Omnibuses will eall for passengers and oheoi in an nart of the mty. by leaving orders at Main s'reet. ; A. 8. LIVKRMORE. flea'l Pnp't. C. P. OftKLKT. Gen'l Ticket Ag't. tM-8 MEMPIIIS & ABKAN8A8 EIYEB PACKET COMPANY. s JHITJCD STATES HAIL LI HE. FALL ARRANGEMENT. FOR the present, and dorlnglowwaterin the Arlc.n.a. river, the M amnhis and Arkan sas Hirer Packet Company will run the folio lne new and eleffantpscketsonly.tuioeaweek, la Pino Bluff, learing hers Mondays and Fridays At 5 o'clock p.m. ' ' -BI1AHIB8 B ABDABELLE....W. B. Newland, master. OZ1RH,... Ad. Storm, master. FOKT OIBSO...-..B. Smith, master. t' Conaectlsg at Pine Bluff, twice a week for Little Rock, with the low-water packet AMEBICAJf,-LeTl Chapman, master. Connecting at Little Rook with tbe steamer FOBT SMITH.. Ed. Kowtand, master. Which will leeVe Little Rock erery Saturday, at o o clock p.m.. lor DABDANELLE. . Two weekly trips to Little Rook and one to Dardanelle. . . ... juhh i). AUAfflr), rreiiaenw IT . 11. JLUllJ.- dun l,aiiii, . . si rrom streei. 64 t 'Old Sellable" Da?Is r. S. Mall Line-Opposition to Monopoly. TBK splendid side-wheel passenger steamer). Liberty Ho. 2 and Commercial, will form a Semi-Weekly Urited States Mail Line between Memphis and White, Little Red and Black rirers. leaving Memphis erery Tuesday and Saturday, at. 6 o'clock p.m. Tnaee boats nave been docked and thoroughly repaired, and fur nished with new outfits, making tnem as good as new. lne Mercnania ana neniers en White, Red and Black rivers hare la Ken one half the stook in this line, thus making it a permanent and reliable " Home Institution." We nope, by strict attention to business end low bates, to merit a fair share of public 'onlign'freight to " Dayia Line." Memphis, Tenneosee. JOHN B. DAVIS, Bap't. . LKVX KUBBins. jig-nis, 16 Jefferson street, Memphis 63-30-61 Cuicli Time liast. Lonlsvllle Bonte Always Ahead. BPBIX6 SeTHEBCLE, COMMENCIRO MAT 2, 1869. DOUBLE DAILTTUROIJGH TBAIHS WILL BCV AS FOLLOWS OS TBI Memphis 4 Lonlsvllle B. B. Line. LeTeMemrhi(oity time) 4:03 a.m. S:4S p.m. Morning train from Memphis does not run on Sunday. , LeaveMemphis(clty time) 4:00 a.m. 3:15 p.m. A in .t Nuhvllle ll:4&D.m. 6:30 am. Sleeping can on evening train from Memphis . r : : i , I u 1 i. kl..k.tll HI 14V1UBTU1. SllU JiUWUI, m. UMH.muw. Tbronarh Ticket, at Kedaeod Bates, Caa be procured at the Comrany's Offloo, 337H M.ln ttml. and at I). not. haul ot Main street. r- Baggage Cheeked at depot, or by tbe Memphis City Transfer Company, at Hotels, prirato residences, or on board boats, te all principal points East and North. Ticket Office, 227H Main street. dam. n. 4un DC. cupannieHniH PELL HOWKLL. Passenger Agent. 2-t It. IIRAINNOIV Ac CO. GENEBALSTE1MB0AT JOBBERS Manufacturers and dealers la all kinds ef Btev.rte. Tinware, Henae rr nlshlnaiS.eots, Ceil, aarel mm A.nrleaMlng His, SO. m FEONT STREET. - MEMPHIS. E ARE NOW OPENINO UP ONS OF ,ha 1- ,i .nd mmt eomoeet. stoekl of Stovea, beaten. Hollow-ware, Cutlery. Tio wars. and boo as luroi'hing goods generally. Among the stove stock we ere pleased to pre sent the public with the celebrated GHEAT KEPUPJ-IC, - OR- Earlj Breakrast Cooking Store, and the OPEN FRONT PARLOR HEAT KkH. tli.t tn.li ,h bremiuina al the Cia- einnall fair oa the 8th of bepUmber. where there were ninety eooK stoves enterwi tn. Fashion. Kmporia. Charter and ether leading wood cooking stoves bs:r snes the eoateet ants. H e have alao tne renowned F L M U maVI., mtnwm W. M t1. mT, H .'. the above atovea. A lull and suitabl. sephly .f general Meauboat sad neinMe' ttoek siways ,p kits, a.via..io.istu.. lt-vl fie. 272 Front street. r .j r ! j :g IS Jo8 3 J . ' J s n m m s B . J . S D. eT. 8EMME9. WHIS K I E S : WE S liOREtA N ROBERTSON COUNTY, -BO U EBON , ; PURE RYE, AND A TABIE1T Ot OTHER CBAnES OF ' FOB COTJISTHY TIIA.DE. . - ,. . , i ... - I ). C' BANKING. Banking House OF ilEUPniS LIFE & GEIV. OSIRAXGE J COMPANY, CORNER FRONT AND MADISON SIS. I. B HOLI.OT . . "' President FKHDINASD MOI.I.OT Casbler. i3x-a- taw Clothing and Furnishing j G-oors.; j We would recommend the old and reliable firm of T. W. RPR AGUE efc CO., southeast corner ofFourth and Yl ne sis., Cincinnati. O., to all In want of Fine Clothing for men's. youth's and children's wear. Clothing and shirts made to order when desired. One price and no deviation. 21-98 ; Trustee's Sale. TT VIRTU Jt OF A DEED OF TRUST, TO 11 ma exennted bv James fl. Harvey, on the Vth day of November, 1867, and which is re corded cn paces anl snd 432, ot booK 62, in tne Register's offios of Bhelby county, Tennessee, I will, for the purposes theiein expressed, on Saturday, t day of December next, oa the promises, offer at public auction to the highest bidder, for rash, all the right, title, olaim and interest which said Harvey bai in and to a tract of land lying in Civil Distriot No. 18. of Shelby county, State of Tenneaaee, about a mile and one half north of White's station, on the Memphis sad Charleston rail road: bounded on the north by tbe lands of William Menaenall.on tdeesst oytoeianas oi R. M. Maren.en the south by the lands of Mrs. Harvey, on the west by the lands of Dr. N. C. Parkins, and containing by estimation U8 acres, mora or loss. Ibetnterest oiaaia james a. uarvey oaa. in rtitinn mil inatituted in the Countv Conrl entitled Samuel Mendenall et als. vs. J. B. Anderson et all., been determined and set apart as follows, in tne partiti'.n oroeren in said cause, and whioh is suread upon the min utes of said Court page 476. book E, to-wit i Tbe whole of lot No. A, containing 22 acres. The half of lot No. t, containing 21 acres. An undivided Interest with the heirs of Landon C. Harvey In No. 7, containing It acres. A plot of the land to be sold, and particular description al to boundaries will be furniihed on tie day of sale. The title is believed to be perfect, but the conveyance will be made only aa Trustee. Hale absolute. oo-au hub, it. p. MArtinr-m"!. iraiiw. 'X' r x s t M ale. TY VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF A 1 1 Af ,rM.tm.,la hv Sf . ft. Cut. an the 4lh day of January leoa, to secure a oertatn lauer M r u w. - - - . . edness therein aesonoea, a win, on Saturday, 4 th day mt December, 186, In front of No. 104 Front street, Memphis, T.n . nrMMn tn eell for eaah. to the highest and bent bidder, the following described lot ot land, lying ana Being in nneiBy oouniy aaa State of Tennessee, and bona led as follows, to-wit : Beginning at a point where the wait era boundary of the Wm. Black tract crosses the Memphis and Ohio railroad; thenoe east erly with the north line of said railroad twenty poles, to a stake; thenoe north sixteen chains, to a stake ; thenoe westerly twentytwe poles and a Ball, to a itaxei menoe euavu ..Hiv fitc ei.ht Bolee. to the beginning: containing ten acres of land. All right of re- demi'tion IS expressly waives in sua iron Deed ; and tba title to said land is believed to be perfect, but I will convey as trustee only. Bale between the hour of tea and twelve e'olwk m., of said 4th day of December. or-w a.n.waim, ruw . TRUST SALE. T)T VIRTUE AND AUTHORITY OF A lecurs eertain payments therein exp'eaaed. wnien ueea is regiawreu in iu. . office of bhelby eoonty, in Boek No. 67, Part First, pages 431 and 410. I will, on The Twelltta Day of January, 1870, in front of the Court House, in ths city of Memphis, proceed to sell, for otsb, the fol lewirg deioribed LAND, lying in the county of Shelby. Tenneaaee, Civil DUtnct No. 10, beginning rt a stake. Ths sonthw.rt corner of loti No. and, in range 6, section 1, thence north i ehains S liuks to a stake ia J. (1. Meacham's east boundary line ; thence east 26 chaina and 27 links te a stake with dog wood pointers; thenoe south 11 chsina snd 43 links to a stake in the W inchester line ; thence east with tbe Winchester lin. 13 etains and 73 links to a black oak ; then-, south 71 chains and ev lints to a stase, wun poniar auu ,w lo gout Pointers! thenoe west 40 chains to the be ginning. , . I will eonrey as Trustee only. T. C. BLKCKLET, Trustee. This Sth November. m. iPllO IN otico. Cyricg MsMrnis Gatoso Gas Co., abb BoiLDiHB.coa. Maib abd JarruBSoB.l THE BOOKS FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS OF Stock are now open at the Jas Office. By order of tbe oe-t BOARD OF DIRECTORS. lioots and Shoes! JOSEPH S. LKTKTT & C0 (The eldest aboe dealera Us HempblsJ THINK THAT THEY CAN. IN PRICES aad good goods, DEFY COMPETITION. Respectfully invito dealers, planters and eemmisaioa merchants to eall and examine our Immense stoek before purchaainr. J. S. LKVkTT k CO f-t ' l" Main, corner of linlon street. WM. FENN COWLKn, eraphla, Tenneaaee. With thirty-throe yea practical experience. Ad.lr.ai ears E. V'hiuaore, Ledger office. Refers by permiasion to Jonee, Brown A CoM E. Waitmors. M. 8. King k Co., 1. K. Merri- man.asd J. J. Fowers. SCUWOOB'S BKSTAl'KAJiT, No. 16 Madison Ktrs?ct. I HATE removed my Restaurant tn No.lt Mad inn at., where I will b. pleawd lo re eeive asy old eustomere, snd sll who may t.ver ewiUacalL lOr-W) J.SCu WOUB, Ag't, E IV1 IV' E&r&i CO; , '2 i I 41 JEEFEBSOB aT., . e" ..' ! Memphis, Tenn. ! - j' g Q' QffijfZ Q PETRO OIL HEAD-QUARTERS H, O S E N B A U M & BROS., NEW STAND MO. 104 MAIN ST., COB. OP WlsniSQTOIJ,! MANTTFACTURBRS AND DEALERS TW BT0VI5S, TIN WARE, CASTINGS. LAJKPS and InneraJ llami i stook I Tal7o. Ooal and Petro Oil. We are the only f arty who no 1, and have be ,""?iv. ri?ht U ..if. thl.br.ted Petro Oil of this oonnty. Merchants wilMowjU to call and examine our stock and leant prices before purchasing. . -. . i !- PUBLIC DIRECTORY. OWMAN, 0. H., MACHINIST ' AND goals Faotory. 102H Main street. .Speoia) attention given to repairing scales. 101 CLAPP, VANO1- ANDERSON. ATTOR-neye-at-Law. 325 Mala street. Memphis. D IOK1NSON, WILLIAMS A CO. COTIOtf Factors. lie rront street. MSHER, AMIS A CO- M ARELK-VVORKfc and Drain Pine. cor. Adama and Second its. M AoONIC MUTUAL LIFE ABSITRANCE A.sociaiion of Memphis. UHioe. oi rront. rpRADERS, COTTON FACTORS, MO. 324 Front street. 2-t w H 1TMORK, E.fBTAM JOB IKK, REMINGTON'S FIBE AB3I3. by the Trade Generally. A Liberal Discount to Dealers. 900,090 Fnrnlnhcd V. B. Government. Army, Navy, Belt. Police and Pocket Rerol vers ; Repeating and Vest Pocket Pistols and Rifle Canes, using Metal lb Cartridge; Breech, loadint and Revolving Riftea. AC. stEM.19it.TOX A SONS, 1-t Ifion JVew York. FRANKLIN TYPE F O U N D H Y 168 Vine Ft., bet. 4 lb. andStli, CIVCIIIATI, Allison, Smith & Johnson. 61-159 The Oxford Falcon, O X F O It 1) , MIHHm S. f. THOSIPlOir, Proprietor.; at. W. If A IFFS, (Mil tor. Subscription, $2 50 PerAnnnm. Tbe afl Business Card published tbree monlbs for tto. rJK FALCON IS PUBLISHED AT Ox ford, Lafayette oounty, Muuiatippi a wealthy and populous section, the heart of the cotton-growing country. 1 1 ii the oldeat paper and has the largest circulation of any publiabed in the oounty. 1 t MORRISON cfc ELLIN, DIIOGI1T1, , ' NO. IDS MAIN HTliKlCX. We, the anderstmrd committee of Shelby County Am re turai air on l1 ruga and Chei losis report that aleears. Morrison A Kllia. No. 11 Alaia street, Memphis, are entitled to diplomas on the following articles, all of their own manufacture! 1. for the bwtm.dicinal fluid extracts. L Tannate of liiiramh. 3. Klixir Valerianate Ammonia. 4. Method of sreaes vlns fruits of all kinds without augar or beat. We alee placed tbe blue ribbon on ths I'eanut Oil. aad take pleasure tn reoommend ing it to the public fir " aaiad " oil, bsueving it lo be the beat art cle ef oil eih;bited. W. K.LOWRV.M. D Ch'n. J. O. Bin sr. M.D. S. P. List's, M. 0 T. B, Watiiss, M. D. 66-81 r.ss: . p V ? 0 s, V I sf o .zS S3l2 1 WMj lit fa (ri - Ji;X ' fj' I Bold ti,ir- a i JNO.' W. DAWSON, BRANDIES: J. & F. MARTELL, pinet;;castillon &:co., ; 0TARD, DUPUY & CO., PLANAT & O O., JAMES HEiVMESSV, -and' h - VIRGINIA PEACH ' " . AND ; -l JSL B?" JSj IE- ' ' ': MEDICAL. Or. Blchan's .Golden Bemedles. ' Use these only, and snve time, health and money. 9IOOO REWARD for any case of disrase, ' in any stage, wbich they fail to cure. DR. RICHAU'S Golden Baliam, No. 1, cures ulcers, ulcerated sore throat and mouth, sore eyes, cutaneous f rnptious, opper-aolored blorches. soreness of the ialp, ecrolula. etc; it is the gteatest renovator, alterative snd blood purifier known, removes all mercury from the system, and leaves the blood pure and healthy. DR. RICH AII'S Golde o Balsam, No. 2. cures mercurial affections, rheumatism in all its forms, and seres imn eiliato relief in all oases. Price of either No. 1 or No- 2, $5 per bottle, or two bott es for $9. DR. RICHAU'S Golden Antidote, a rapid and radical cure for all urinary derange ments. Prioo, $3 perk.ottlo. DR. RICHAU'S Golden Elixir D'Amnnr, a radical cure for nervous or general (lability, in old or young; imparting energy with won derful effent. Price, to yer bottio, ortwo for On receipt of price these remediea will be shipped to any place. Prompt attention paid te all correspondents None genuine without the nam of "Dr. Kicbuu's Golden Remedies D. B. Richards, Pole Proprietor, blown In glass nf bottles. Addreas Dr. D B. RICHARDS, No. Varlck at.. New York. t'f '1-48 i Medical , Notice. DR. '. . I'AflE, LATE VISITING physician of the Charity Hospital, New Orleans, La., and for the lait three years sur geon of the U.S. Post Hospital at Jackson, Mias.,reapectfully tenders his profe-sional ser vices to the oitisene ot Memphis nnd violni'y. In oases of every character. Soeoial attention given to all dilates poculiar to females; also, venereal, ejphilis, tumors, and all chronio dis eases. 15-in.iA No. Ill Real Strwt. The Southern Advertiser HBtUbUslied ta 18S3.S Leading Organ of the German Popula- ' ' tion of the Sbutliwest. , - ' L0UIB WUHDEB AIT, Editor and Prop'r OFFICE Cu. Tbibd abd JgrrsxaoR ira, In Poatoffiss Bslldlng, Momphlg, Tenn; i " - ITS exceedingly large ntroulation thrcngh out the city ana State offers business men aa excellent opportunity to make their businosf known to the thousands of Germans Hying ia his section of the connr.r - STOliAliE FOR COTTON. i , Unphrwrttrr's Warfbocsks, . WKMPHI8, Sepu 16, laiil. MERCHANTS OF MEMPIIIS-OKNTLB-MEN : The above Monies are now open to rtcaireand discharge cotton. Kvery facility to aeller and buyer will be Ktven. To my old patrons I return you my th tnss t for the fu ture I refer 3 on to the past long esperienoe ia the business. I hope to merit your patronnge aw Capacity and convenience nnsqualej. Ratrs fame as first. Class booso-u 15-M A.H. WH1TF0RD. T. w. bbowb. O. P. LTLIg. B. O. BBOWfl BROWN, LILE3 & BROWN, I A. "W Y E R S , ones t No. 19 W. Court Street, (Cor, of Main.) flB-061 MKMP1HS. TUNH. JOgSrH B1SR1KSB, SR. ' J08SPH BARBtVRIC, Jg, iivitu ii:it i ate co., AUCTION ERR AII S OMSI ISfllON MCRfJUAMTS. 840 Second St., Kempbia, Tenn. ' Prompt attention ii.es to isles of merchan dise. Liberal sdvnnccs made upon consign ments. Account sales rendeted with crrsit neas snd diapatch. W. W. Hodge has charge of the Real Fut.te and Rental Depertment. 47 vg STOCK IS KIIVO, - AND - , . COTTON QUEEN. ALL PERSONS KNOW. TO SUCCEED IH-, plaatingthey n oft firat lur, .-look. This they can do hr calling or sendiLr their ordera to ua. At the Areaxle Male SSMblra, JJo 2US becond street, mammoth tinn of the 11 or ,i and Mu'e M. U. Cayce A Co. llaily Auc ljn I-ale,, at 10 o'clock, t.aree atahlea and lo' i f-,. Slock Dealers. Furniture and Mro-ery ini-a. aa usual, all o'clock. M.C.CAYCKr c) A. TACcAo. B.TACCABU. A. B , TjOCABO. Aj Vaccaro & Co., Importers aud dealers In WINES, LIQUUIIS, CIGARS, ETC NO. 324 FRONT BTREET, . ..... rENRESSEE. Oullott Ci-iiini,iag- AHD Mannfactnrls Company, fJerner Vance and Wntaeri ' alroenp Ileiuphts, TriuMea, . N. W. BPKERN, A Cen . rtOTTON FROM THISOIN WARR S.NTFD J to bring from OS a to 1 WO CKN i'S m .re on the pnd and more lint than from any ther io kaown. 4 ati-m'