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Office. No. 18 Mdion Htreet
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION
,i-i..y THI mKDIJS BUB. ;
"Th needle rail ,Ho. no !" qoottt he.
I'Twas hie grand Sattnl Majesty .1
" That ho been my tool for many a year I
And he fin and ,, lairt
' A fine invention, too. for me,'
Qwth kiiniKBty. fable Majesty. - "
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"" " Go up on earth and count ht graves ,a
' On. see my worn and wasted slaves.
1 have no weapon in all my i "
Thai had ever worked o well before. t , ,.,
Why fight is slow, but sur, you we. .
' Quoth his grim, sardonic Majesty.
' You maiden, weary-eyed and pale. ...
Fhn is mine although my arm should tall,
i When HumteTopei.s he ?
, Well I know tho sum of Virtne prieel .
1)0 I lU toUmpt ? Not I I Quoth be-. ,
Quoth Mb chuckling, truckling Mjijejty .
"A close pent room ie my bnttje-lleld.
And reekirg filth myvirtiinirieUi j ,
1 n sweluiriug heat and starving cold- ,
lint t he story, you know, M v a ST old,
To tbe needle ganr in merryglee.-..
, y uoth hii laughing. uuaUin.: Majesty. , ,
BY TELEGRATI ;
LATEST FROM ALL QUARTERS
Cholera Abating in New rleajis
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U.S. Senator Elected In Texas
New 0lss, August 27. tt1"
were twenty-six deaths from :eholer for
the forty-eight hour ending at six a'clrkk
this morning. It is abating in the city,
' but show no diminution on the planta
tions. TV negroea iav conceived (lie
idea that they are being poisoned by the
.lU. Jn nt rsfniB til IhI'P tllfclr
HUI1D JlCVJilV, .......... , -- r
remedies. , . . , .
The second. Senator from' Texan fcif
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' elected over Son. B. H! Epperson on the
sixth ballot ' by a majority of twelve. '
Roberts was a member of the Secession
Convention is. 1861. Eppereoa wast a
Johnson Union mam The altra Unifon
men voted for Roberts. ' ' j
. The rollectipa of the direct tax l ira
powd on lands by Congress iir 1KK1, l.is,
been suspended in Texas tintil Jannuty.
The statements ia reference io the
' cotton crop continne to be generally un
favorable, hot the1 cronlbh the upper
Braioa if yielding well. u ' ;
Madbip, August 2t The export du
ties have been suspended for six montlut
from every port in Cnha. 11 j
Mobile. Aueust '11. The board of
j fceuhh, r-portsr our case, of tf JwlernU
uriginaling here during the past week.
They were all negroes and reunited from
imprudence and neglect. j
. CiNriNiiATU Atntut 27,?-ahee were
.. eleven dealhs from' cholera '.tcsler-
New ork, August .yo.rr ouiidar s
bpecial cable dispatches ' Confirm ih
fact, as reported in tan associated press
dispatches. tf the signing of the tretity
of peace at Pragnejn Thursday.
S DDgt, AnUBt 2C VTle4 Ku haa
ordered the Sr,ron minisier' toco-operate
with the Pruotian authoriti.. i i
FnAiitFoivr, Anpst 21 The assem
bly ha voted the loan of twelve million
florins. . ;
' . iLivtnitxiL, Auupt JT.'-tThe aKipUni
verse. ("apt. Hilton, from New York,
July HI, arrived al tilts port to day. The
ship Import has also arrived. '
St. PtrtHsniBO, Angost 2G. 1'iie
United States embassy met with a hearty
' reception on the route Xti Moscow, irWe
they were received with, distinguished
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honor, and entertained wan a grana
banquet al Noroflood. The embawy
were also the recipients of similar at
tentions and honored with a grand din-
aer. ; ' I
The Prussian government hai rep'caled
the edict of martial law in the southwes
tern provinces of tha empire. ' -t :
LivsarooL, August IC A large iad
influential meeting has been held in this
cuy.whick declared in favor of the nnion
of Saxony with Russia, j . . '
Birmingham, August 27. The Beforra
display in this city to-day was a grand
affair, and passed off without disturb
ance of any kind. Many thousands were
present The platform adopted is in fa
" vor bf a' residential, manhood suffrage.
John Bright delivered an addiesi last
evening in favor of the platform.
Be m i, August 27, p m. Information
has bees received here, which induces
the general belief that the articles of the
treaty of peace, signed at Prague, are
almost identical with tba preliminaries
-to rn, interchanged at Kikolsberg on
the 2Cth of July. The details of ; the
treaty will aot be made public, however,
until it is ratified by all the powers in
volved. , ,
St. I-oi is, August 27. Nine ceme
teries report ninety cholera deaths on
Saturday, and eleven cemeteries report
seventy three yesterday, showing a tole
rably marked abatement -
LoClSVlLLS. Aocuat 27. Sales of
Leaf Tobacco, CGhhds, at fully snMained
rates. Flour active superfine, 7 Z
family, f 10. New Bed Wheat active,'
f2 2". Mixed Corn, in bulk, foe: white,
f,5c Oata 35c Mew Pork, f M 23.
Bacon shoulders, 17Jc; clear sides.
21jc. Urd,21t Whiskey, t2 23.
CixcivMATL, August 27. Flonr, no
changed and in fair demand at f 1013
for fancy brands: t?Q: for low grades ;
wheat, 1 2 40(5 2 44; whiskey, nnchaaged,
pork, dull, (33; balk meats are at full
prices demand light; bacon, scarce,
with good demand, at 17c for shoulders;
21(a2Hc for sides; lard, dull and nomi
eai at 20jc ; gold, 147.
Litskpwol, August 27, p.m. The pro
vision market is quiet and generally na
rhanged. There ia no change of note to
report in the produce market, except for
tftllow. which is firmer; holders asking
toKDoxXngusl 27, p.m. The money
; S, ;s kt,a;ir nd an advance of Id U
UlUIKl) MO VMOI..,,
noted in conHols, "The closing quotations
lor money Tg 8!. ,The maritet iqr Amer
ienn Rpeiiriiies'continues firnii.'and jraij-
road stocks We advanced. ThetloSijig
quotations are ': U. S. 5;20', 72 ; Erie
railroad, shores, 45 j; Illinois tentrai,
' St. , Loris, Angnsl p. f lour
ihnhQr'eu : ' wheat 4 to 5V lower; sales
; f'A t an enrn easier , mixed and
yellowed to C4c, white 72 to 75e; oats
r . w. ... . j L?.i.
lower,, mi to !l)c; provisions ana wuisimj
unelinugt'if. ,'( i ' I
"LivERi-oot.! Ahgtist 27, The cotton
market closed steady. The sales (6-dny
were 1 0,000 bti?k" middling' upland 13J.
'The ireadstuiT market is flat, and
prices' quite pomiiial, with a downward
tendency.' '' " . , j
August ' 24 r Noon'., Cotton ' market
steady. The sales to-day are estimuted
at 10,000 bales; huddling uplands re
" Lh-Etironi,, August 27.' The breadstuff
m'nrket is dull and declining. ' ". " '. . "
T.oNho!! 'Aueust 27,' noon. Consbls
are quoted at 88 for moi.ey. The mar
ket for Ainericnn stocks is firm; U. S.
5 -20' s are qitoted nt 72 ; Erie K. l
shares, 45 'Illinois Central, 78. ' ; ,
' ' Cotton sales to dtry' 150 bale( Ipw
middling, 3334c;' receipts, 1250 httls;
gold, 144 ;"Lank' sterling, 53 j New York
exchange, Jc discount !
CHiNA &! CLASS WARE.
. , Importer and Dealers ia ng
jb Glass & (iaeeiisuare,j
JjJ Tabic Cntlerj-,
.Silver Plated and
4". , ., Rnr KlUurps. "f"
BH3 - - ' Bra
lIIoue :iud. . Steamboat .1.
N Furnlsliliiif Goods,, 11 ' m
mYm. AT Til . LOWXSI PRICKS,
avLsi AVbukvale and KeUil. , . mJLm
I North Side of court square. i
T R A N SP O R T. A TJi O N.
MIIMPHis AND LOUISVILLB
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jHolii-'i- .'"to" lerohantH
Oi l icr. or l irt;T. PnrHBtMTTprT, I
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rpUIS LINE WILL. ON MONDAY NEXT.
X cuinu.eiic! tnnjjinp tbeir
Through Freight Trains
between Mcinnhi' and Lnniiville. eomlnr
through in hour, without chance of
can-. Jt'reilit carried at (ho LOWKSTBAiCS.
hy this line ehii'pfrs are saved the ooiouufl
fionfi, inurani. delay, snnofanccii, etc., iiiri
tlfnljil tit liiiiMituu bv rivar. All cnoils eOn-
riirrejd ti Arrut of !,nuivillc and Mnrnpbw
Kat Frrisht Line, Lonwilla, will txrtipiK-a
free nt tifiinisi(n and wtihoat delny. ,
Thirnateii abannently supplied with new
Weivht Ctr and motive power, suuicieot to
tran-port all freight offered tbem.
,UI Losses Settled Proniptl)!
Kaief fiwni.sbcd and fiierial contracts mad
on appliistion to I. a. rA AI.SliMt, toen
crul ir reiiHit Ascnt, Loui"villa4iiLy.. or to
Ail. 1J. JUZtjtS. Uen'l pup t,
u2T-lm Mempbia. Tenn.
ELECTION FOR DIRECTORS
Memphh A Charleston R. B. Co,
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BE flOCKOOLDERS I3T THK MEM-
pbis and Charleston Railroad Company are
hereby aolified that the regular annual election
for nine Directors of said Company will be held
at the offices of the Company, io Memphis.
Tenn.. and lluntsrille, Ala., on WED5ES-
DAY. THE 12th JJAV OF (SEPTEMBER,
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f tockh'.Mcrs will be pasted free for one day
before aud uutil one day after said electiea,
ux.n exhibiting tbeir certificate! of slr.rk ta
Ey or kr of tbe BuarJ. . i
. GEO. E0CEHT3UN.
au2Mrt Secretary and Treasurer.
Memphis City Railroad,
SirtaiaTBiininr's Oi rica, 1
i A uruia 14, Intw. J
(JKrTIN lHT, AS AMkttDrils JULY 1
O i-""". of tbe Internal HvenM Law, reads
"And wheoerer Uie addition te any tare)
ball amount only to tbe fraction ef one cent,
any piri.n or company liable to the tak of two
aada Half par era turn, way add to such fare
,aeent mi lien of sacb fraction ; and such per
son or compear bell keep for sale, at conve
nient point. Iirkeu in peckaanof twenty, ana
iaiilt.i.lfw nf tacntr. ta the anew of which only
aa amocat equal to the reienaetax shall ba
On and after the .B iatant. an aocordanc
with the above section of the Revenue Law.
the charres of tbe Memr his City Railroad will
be as follow i r . , :
TirkctF in par kacs ef twenty -..$1 02'4
Tickets tn podtsees f forty.... 2 C5
pir cents Vrpawncrva paying tare on thet
7" Tickets may be had of Messrs. Blaiock
A Co., Ward A Lernere. and at the Treasurer's
ofljee. No. 32 Main street.
JOHK C. EVE.
Meeting of Stockholders.
rpH HOLPERSOT FTOCK 15 THE MEM
X pi.s A t'harlcstnn Railroad Company are
notified that the next Aensnl meeting of the
Stock hnMrs of said company wni use plane
at Hunuviil. Alaoama, on n eaaeaaay. ui
Zth dsr nf Aero-t, l".
htfjckhHcr" will be pased to and from said
me-'irw frrm hy presenting tbeir certificates of
tick to Uie Conductor for oae day before and
one sf"r theelefcof A mcira.
awv-U fAM. TAIK, Preeidnnt.
Great Southern Mail Route
McmphlMi Ac Cltnfloisioji
EAST TENNESSEE & GEORGIA,
Fawt Tenneutwo at VlrRlnl
VIRGINIA & TENNESSEE
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Orange & Alexandria Kallro'atl?.
Shortest Line from Memphis to
Washlnston, Baltimore, Phil
adelphia and New lork.
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Mail Traia leaves Memphis,.......-.. 2tiRp-"
Urand Juautiou Acoouiaioitutum.t w". r-"-AND
RETl RSIXl. ' ,
Mail Train arrleeatMemphis...- g1 "
Corinth Acoommodatmn r- g:;V A-1-'
Grand Junetum Accoinmoiiaiion.
v TIIBOL'H TO ASaVILis' j ,
WITH01T CUANGE OF CARS.
Timn jan Good on by Any Other
M t i
Paisengers from Mobile and KewJOrUant
Make Close Connections at j
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Grand , Junction and .Corjntii.
Wo Delay at any Foiut on Jtlie. Whpta
Magnificent Palaoa Sleeping Cars At-
, - tached. to ail Ninbt Trains. i
BoKgast Cheeked Through to' all Imppr'
j, ,., ,. ... tantroints.. ,..( ii
Through Tickets Bold at BaUs aa low
as oy any utner aouw .
frU. Anmnnkinff fhifl Orfl.tt RoBte hSVO
been in nuecesstul operation one yeriinee the
f . i. . . k.t.kMA rhi.ni ii ?tl , rerBl rca.
and provided with new and permanent Bridge
aauoa largely io i " M , ,V
their ltollin Slock, and tur balety aud Coii
fortare ' ' :'
rii8Mriaseiel by Any Oilier
w.fi lu!n V,nn1tU nt frIS'n.ai..
takes pauengera to bolivar and Jackson; lean.
Pasneneera fur points south of Grand J mo
tion, or for points on Mobile A Ohio linilroad,
either north or south of Coriuth, leave Mou-
phu at to.w a.m. ..... 1
Connections made at Chattanooga with trnln
for all important point in Ueonrio. -kwt fn
nesK'e. Virginia, North and Sioulb tnrolina.. ,
mttion, apply at the Company's OOioo, .No. U
Court street, Mempuis.
awInrougD liCKeuran oe prorea n
Railroad Ticket Offices in New Orloauii also,
at Canton, Miss., Grand Junction and Connth.
' Oeaeral Baperintendent .
W. I.. TJAVLKY. Uen'l Ticket A rent. ,
RAILROAD LINE. .'
NOW COMPLETED THROEOH
8UOHTE8T AND BEST BOUT
TO ILL POISIS
North, East and ; Wes l
Three Daily Passen?er Trains.
Through ' to Louiavllle Without
. , , Change ot uara.
HUccant Hleepina Osira pa alt
BAGGAGE CIIFICKKD THROUGU TQ Att
F1HNC1PAL ClflKV ' . ,
'IIIREE DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS
1 leave depot or Mempbia ana iuuit uie
palim1. .1 hi.ro! of Main street, as follows:
1st Day Express. etoppingat principal slanona
only, at 6:OU a.m. daily (cinndsys exoeptcdj,
making connectiand with all routes, i
Stashing Hasavilla in-. ...15 Hours.
LonisviUs in ,..-io;-s,
Cincinnati In- 2G' "
IndianapoUs in. .: 24 "
" Hew Tork in ...: -C1 V .
2J. liight Express every day at 4:00 p.m.,
making close connections at Cairo with Illinois
Central Railroad for fit. Louis, Chicago and
all Western Citiert at jVa-heille, with asb-
vilie and Chattanooga Kailroaet.to all places in
Middle and Eat Tennessee, Virginia and
Nrth Caroliaai at Louisville paaseorers have
choice of roala, via JeSersonville and Louis
ville KaidroaJ. or .Mail Duel io Lincinnaii una
all Northern and Eastern cities.
3d. St. Louis Lxprewv, at 10:00 p.m., ere ry
Jaw thrnnrh (j, liluu.bllS witklOUt (ibanse Ot
cars, making cloc connection at Cairo with Il
linois Central Railroad, for all points North
and East. Trains arriio
Cay Express at .. -11:57 p.m.
Bight Express at ..-.8:4s p.m.
8b Ionia Express- .8 a.m.
Through ticket and all information eaa be
obtained at Ticket OUice, corner of Mam and
JeflersoD streets, and at Depot office, Memphis.
AM. C. JIISM1.
au9-lm General Kuperintendopt
Memptils &, Charleston Ilallroad
IVotioe to HliipperH.
'THE IIEMI'III.S A CHARLESTON RAIL-
s ml i (iintitnr is t,rcnare(l io receive ana
pay suamboat charges ani drayage on freight
consigned to parties at all poinla where agen
cies are established, bo to. on lis own roau as
wll as en tbeMi"si."sipiii Central Railroad and
all other connecting line. Where there is no
agent at points of destination to collect charges
and freight, prepayment must We made in Metn-
g.bis. W.J. Bunn,
u.1-lui General Superintendent
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELERS
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Mempbifl and the Eaetern Citiee,
" The Oreat Broad-Qaore
Atlantic and CJroal lori
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18 KOW OPES. AKD ROWING! TWO
dailv fast Express Train from Cincinnati to
New j ork and ail Kaslarn cities, i'asscngen
:il .1.:. - ,.. ...i.iA n.nt, Thsiiir,.
ments of this road are aaoled l.y any on line
r. i ii 1 iiit.ii j.i' . . . i v i . . , .- -
company all nicht traltj. an! Smoking Cars on
ail traioa. tni, i"", " "
boars for meals, and tbe naibaikea bread-cange
without change ofleri la traveleri a degree ot
security, eomtort and speed" ant to be found on
any other route. Conneoflow ria Cairo, ct
Louis or Chicago for this rotrte are certain : alse
eonnecuon? lor riitsounr. i uiwonimi
moreand Washington. Tickets bad and bar
rage ebecwca uuroagn ai hi xnncipai ouuui
mtm otfacea. kor further information and
through ticket, Jy HAB1(STAI),
14 JcHtsoo suwet,
S Jefferson street.
E. E. FC1LEK,
General Ticket Axant.
KoH-3m eoT Pouti western Agent
GREAT PRESENTATION SALE.
DO 'NOT FAIL TO READ THIS CAREFULLY 1
GIIEAT lJtEHElNrr-A.rl,,IOV SALE
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Drawing to take place iiume liutely
GREENLAW OPERA HALL ON
THE UNDERSIGNED. TAKES THIS METHOD TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT HE
stnaTDrowtyrVAIjlJllD AT aOO.OOO. which they have resolved to sell without fail.
For CERTAIN DISPOSITION f snidpropertj ' tbey hara formed a Company eompoi
W m shares; EACH HHABB! t i H. DOLLAH IMJUV, tb
I hits under biscoutrot as agent Kr ID. ...hi.
placing tt within the reacn of all lo.neeoine asauiocrs,
LIST OF GIFTS:
lit Prise-A hrst-ctass Theatre, located In tbe rapid (rowing city of Cairo, now
renting at a goed price, valued at... .i.....
2.1 Priio-A fine eleeant residence in city of Cairo, with three large lots, valued at
id to trth Prites-Thirteen certificates of Ifasju each pf stock in the A5IBIK rk
TKOLKUM OIL COMPAJJ X, located Bear tb best flowing wells of tbe.Btate
16thUtoSib'prit' lend, of loti acres each, sitiintwi
on tbe Mississippi river, in Criitondou county. Ark., a few miles above Mem
phis, valued at SlOU) each - - :""j""V
19th to Xd Prises Five tracts of land, located as above, ot HO acres each, valued at
. $iJ each..-. - -- ;
24th Prixe 3t acres of timber land, located aa above, valued at -
Itnh Prise 111 aore of ehoic Cotton land, situated in bt. Iraocia county. Ark.
a;thTto 2?h Priiee ThTee'trac of choie Cotton land iooated as above, of ko acres
each, valued at iPtUeaeb- -
20th Priie Hi acres choice Cotton land, located aa above, valued at
With Prise 50 acres of eboioa Cotton land, located a above, valued at-.- -
31iitto3il Prises Two tracts of good Cotton land, located as above, of 42 acres each,
valued at $252 each - ;
33d Pnio 27 acres eboioa Cotton bud, Iooated as above, with valuable terry pnvi-
S4th'toehr1ioWv Pian'o. first-eiasa and superior finish, valued at i'-iW) each
ftith to Slb Priiea-f0 an Sewing Machines, valued at $M each.
Wth to KiMth Priie-60 elegant silk dress patterns. raJned aljMO each...........
With to l3d Prise 25 elegant heavy silver-plated, double-lined ice pitchers, val-
Ifl'tthlTStMMai aii baskets, valued at ii ach'.......
176th to d:sth Prise WO gold pans with ilvr extenswos, valued at $3 each
tiT6ih to 750th Priie !& sou ot fin Jwlry for ladios
7Mt to Hlilth Prises -f 0 gold toothpicks, valued at $. each.
801st to luOuih Frisos 200 pocket knives (Cougress), valued at $2 each.;-
informed that ibis is a ooi fide Sal, and that every detail as to selling and
will , FAITH ULLY AND UONOKABLV carried out. The real estate
itleman well known id busines circles from New Orleans to i-t. Louis, who
" r: " -i.. . ,.,. . ,..11,. n... i he nriif nal COST of his propany
tM he m; hi able 'top'ay hii Tbon-t dihich hU md.tor, h.v.g.ven b.m time to do.
Title deeds to all thpropert; already made out, leaving blank only the names of the lucky
person o"uin?M th. sam.. DeaeriptiJ. circular, given full description of th. Oil Land can b.
seen at tb oaice.
As an extra Inducement w
41 W I
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17 to 1
5 Tickets for-.
In Ticliats for..
20 Tickets for.
HOW THE GIFTS WILL BE DRAWN 1
Kvry on purchasing a ticket will be anxious to know low the Oifts will be drawn, so that
each Hie can rest assured that eacn number will
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an aisinouiiou wiu " ..w . ; , r , . , , .
ir. l-r the immediate supervision of a committee of gentlemen i electd by ticket holders.
asl.Wsi small ticket all eaactly the name site and shape, each having a separate number, so as
to inolude all the number Irom 1 to asj.ooo, will be piacea in a wneei auu in
after which some well known gentleman, also appointed by ticket holders, will draw Imm t he
wheel the number. 1 a nnmoer orawn win
tbe Secretaries as rapiuiy as urawn,
tiUcal als eotilles tb holder t admiaaioa on
artists and programm to be announce, ai aa
Ibe irst ticket drawl will ennue ia ucaei oeanug iu.i
drawn will Ukeh second, and in this maoa.r until th .entire luoo gilw are eihausted. Tb
gifts are all numbered aa in above catalogue, so there can be no poaaible chance for mistake.
Fullaccoaut of tbe drawing will be published ia tbe daily pape- of th city.
In order thavry ticket shall entitle tbe bolder t a premium in the award, the Association
wilL in addition to the looo premiam enumerated, award to every holder who shall not receive
" yVV .r. . . .i i.j . ...tl n.rsoa to ba selected bv them. This cer-
BEIIEMIIER THIS 1H NOT A LOTTEHYI
Owing to the combinations of anmbcrs in Lotteries, tb highest prise ar not drawn one in a
million of time. Here every gilt is drwn. It is exactly like the .ramero much in vogu ia
churchandotherfaira. The gtu are paid for by subscriptions which are so small that no on
ieei the loe if h donsnot win. whil thos who do win niwlarccry benentted.
A BINT. Bear ia mind that son oae dollar ticket will draw the highest prire, and it may
ai well be yoa as any on else.
, sn-Tha distribution nf prisos will tak placo as soon as Bosajblt after the drawing.
W-Actlv. reliable and enerreti Agents wanted in every town throughout the South, and on
Railroads and steamboat. Ib Bsnal oommisrion will b paid.
n-B particular in sending order to writ thnain, PottoEce, Coanty and Stale in full and
distinctly, and enclose stamp to pay return postage.
. 4B-A11 oommnnieatioaa and orders for tickets mast bo addressed to
n. n. ciirroBi, ajcdi,
Ioclg riox 33, Memphis, Tenn.
Those that apply trst get trst ehoic of anmbcrs.
N. B. Countrr aewspapors please tend lowest price for advertising per eolnmn.
or personal nropertv. and all description of merchandise, stock, etc, taken in i
Ticket. On or two in residences wanted, also plantation. jy-
E M E UC AN Tl L E
Valued at $128,908.00.
alter Grand Concert to bebiven at
THE FIFTH OF OCTOBER, 1S66.
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II. H. I.IFFOl, Agcut,
Office 75 jVadiaoa Street.
2 OH 08
will send to any on address
Vt Ticket for
W TiokU for
100 Tickets for -
aaai aw equal cut. ui uiw
f ! ecncert at tha OPERA HOUSE
oe aaaoujicw , ,
night at Urawing (o a nm-eiass voacars. iu
. I , . 1 " . V 1 ,1.. M. mitt 111. .UllH
CROCERIE3 & LIQUORS.
266 FRONT , ST
To fill and Countrr
DKAIiKRS, PLANTERS. R A IL
road and I.eve Contractors, Hous
beepers, iienas ni rnniinee, nmn .
Keepers, Restaurateurs, Liquor Duuler
and Haloou Keepers, in fact, all persons
desirous ol purchasing anything in tbe
line of Fancy or Staple
Wines, Liqiors, Provisions,
PLANTATION OR FAMILY
Fruit, Tobacco, Cigars,
' ""boat ton BAB eVoftia, TO.' '
Are rcuiindml that we are still prepared
to siipply thrill with the best nf goods,
and at as rvaaonale rates as can be bad
in the city. Kxumine our stock and
prison, we gnnrnntee satminciion in an
cases, saw Fresh arrivals daily.
D. H. EANS,,S
Iuiorler and Wholesale Dealer in
Wiries, Liqiiofs arid Cigars,'
No. 1 1 Monroe . Hi reel,
tt t i
TENN ESS EK,
HAS IN 'STORK AND FOR SALE, AT
tbe loweat market rstcs,
10MI hbls Whiskey, various grades..
TO M 'pipes Cognac Brandy.
1(1 punctiefins Jamaica Ruin. .
lb pipes Holland and Schiedam din.
lf0 J', casks Madeira, Sherry and Port Wines.
100 baskets Piper lleidsieck Champagne.
75 case Chss. Forrie Cbampugn, Imperial
N) cues llroen Seal Champagne.
3ii0 do . linker's, Hosteller's and Plantation
Ale and - Porter Direct Importation.
600 casks ftuiuness A Sons' Dublin Drown
150 casks Barkly, Perkins A Co.'s London Por
ter, in pints and nuarts.
3T0 casks Youugcrs' Edinburgh Alo, In stone
100 casks Campbi 11 A Co.'s Strong Ale, in pints
250 cases Jenry's Sparkling Ale, in pts. and ql.
00 do Tennent's Ulasgow Alo, pint. ' ,
Together with a full stock of draught Ale.
Hotels, restaurants and private families sup
plied with Ale and Porter, in nuiiniitu s to suit
one doi. or upwai J. D, H. IVANS,
jji-Jui 14 Alooroe street.
PETROLEUM IS KINO!
rpiIERE ARB NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1 Lewis, Mnthews A Co.'s, 2UI Front street,
Petroleum Stoves, for cookinrand healing; Pe
troleum Oas Lights, more brilliant and econom
ical than any eoal gas ever made ; and Petro
leum Kngincs. that have boen pronounced the
Wonder nf the age.
The I'ctrolcuiii Stove dues every kind ol
Cooking, Washing, Baking, Roasting, Broil
iug. Stowing, Frying, elo., etc., etc., better
and with less expense, than any otbor stove
now in uae.
It is not xpisire, very simple, and can be
used by any servant without fear of accident.
It is especially ailnptod to all mechanical purpo
piw-for Tin uerH.Trtilors, II alters hilcer-Platers,
Dentist, Photographers. Vulcaniiors, etc. Al
so, fur Unices, Chambers, Red-Rooms, tc.
For the sick room it is unsurpassed. It con
sumes no coul or wood, but Petroleum only, it
is free from smoke, dust, ashes, dirt and odor,
and oiin be heated ready for use in less than
half the timt required by any other stove. All
ladies who aro opposed to roasting ihemsolvcs
while cooking their husbands dinners, are res
pectfully invited to call and see it. All who
wish to save money in the cost of fuel, to make
cooking a pleasure, and home hetllliy, clean
and comfortable should cnll and see it.
The Petroleum Oae Light is alike renowned
for its brilliancy und economy. Two cents
worth of Petroleum will give a brilliant gas jet
for twenty bonrs, free from odor, mnoke and
soot, and needs neither chimney nor wick. It
onn be adapted to every kind of fixture, such a
Gas llamls, Pendants, Chandeliers, Rrackots,
to.. In short, it is the dolight ot housekeepers
ml tbe eye-sore of gas companies.
The Petroleum Engine has so many advan
tnges nrer every other steam engine, that it is
almost impossible toenumerate them, ltsavos
the wages of firemen, a the engineer has the
liro under porloct control ; lessens tho danger
of explosion, as the tubes can nover get foul t it
takes up less room; and, above all, it can he
run at less thnn one-third the expense of ordi
nary engines that use either coal or wood.
To bo seen during biif ineu hours, and in full
operation at 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock p.m.
H. S. HARONI.
su27-lin Proprietor and Patsnlee,
Howe's Improved Cotton IMtker
For Picking Cotton in tha Field.
APIMPLR AND COMPACT I5STRU
nianU weighing about two iound pick
three or four times faster than by hand, leaving
tbe cotton clean and free frpm trash. Price 20.
Orders can be Oiled by .
THE HOWK MAM FACTURINOCO..
SI Cedsr street. New Yoik,
Or by our agents throughout the South, all'-m
Beard'sPatent Lock Tie,
POU COTTON 11ALKH.
July 18. 1861.
ni'AKI) 4c KROTIir.U,
Noa. 210 and 212 Main St.,
8T. LOUIS, MO.
Greatest Invention or tbe Age
Being a Protection against Fire, and
Will not Hot Off.
IT COMBINES PTRE1TTH WITH RAPID
ity of adjustment to bale of any su. re
quiring only one-third of a minoteto tie np a
bale of cotton. , , ,
It being now well known to all th dealer in
rope for bailing cotton, that only a very small
crop of hemp was made Ibe past year, and that
in consequncth pric will rule very high,
and that a uprry cannot b relied on at any
price. I n oom-ideraiion r these fact, all deal
ers, and thoM requiring ties, will do well to put
in their orders for this tie soon, thereby securing
a supply for the season. The indicauons now.
so far a w hav learned, aro, that th demand
(or this lie will-be very large, hence tbe neces
sity of making early orders, which, addressed
to th mannts'orers,
BKAKO k BRO .Ft. Louis.
STUNK A MLR PUT. or
M. J- SMITH A CO.. New Orleans.
LACY A Mr 11 KG, Menpbi.
Will meet with prompt attention.
Beard A Co. ar also man fact urert of th
Excelsior Fire and hurgiar-proot Sate.
Price lists and circular furnished oa appli
-...--vi ? , 1 1
i)PANTKRS AND OTHERS WANTING
X Cotton Oins will take notice tlmt wo aro
sol agent lor tb Southwest to soli lliu
E. CARTER & CO.
and keep a supply of all sites on hand.
The Best Portable Cotton Press
made. Will make a MA pnnnd IjhIo by tbe la
bor of two men in li It ii or twenty miliums. .
, , . , ALSO,
il O It HK 1'OWMHS,
and all s'ues of BELTING, at luanufoclurei's
Oar uniform price for -
FIVE IOEI-AKM PEK SAW.
PERKINS, LIVINGSTON A POST,
No, 3G0 Main Street, '
MEMPHIS. TENN ESSE M.
Jy28-2m By F. P. COHBY. Atront.
SfEM 1'IIIN ::i''lvON Ml tiiS
Geo. W.Cheek & Co.,
PUOPKI Ji T O UK
OSNABURGS, . ' i j
.. "7" ajid ';.
Rope r. nil SizeN, j
, BAOOING), ETC'
it 3i o v -,v j.j .
fl'HK OFFICK OF THE MKMPHTS COT
I ton Mills is now nt th house of Schnollield
A Hnauer, 2M Front street, where a full sup
ply of Usnaburgs, Cotton Varus, Rope, etc,
eonstnntly on baud. W. H. W 1(4(18.
jy3"-3in. Rusiness Agent.
WESTERN FOUNDRY !
WM. A. ROBINSON & CO.
Wm. A. Robinson.
F. A. Mykkls.
T. II. SsuauKiis.
AFTKR A SUSPENSION OF El'SlNKSS
fur nearly four years, we again conic beloro
tho public, soliciting a share ol piitrumisn in
the above branches of busitica.sun our buililnifs
Opposite Ibe Oiiyoso I lim e.
We aro-prepared to build and repairman
Mills. Knaines. eij furnish all kinds ol 11 1
ings for Buildings, Planlntinris. lliiilromls or
.Steamboats. With an experience of Iwenly
five years as practical merhanics ami nuichin
ifts, we fuel oonUilent of our ability to give tot
isl'action. Our price shall be as low as the ex
penses nf labor and material will admit of, ;
joni:imi i i,a.m:kv,
Gas and Mtcam Pipe Fitter,
2I2H Second Street, corner of Jefferson Str-mt
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON IIAXl) A
well selected stock ( Iron and lini'sLilt
and Force Purine jc i"
THoa. Hatowki l. iMit. ais:ftiN.
MAYDWELL & ANDERSON,
Ot UNION HTHKCT,
Botween Second and Third,
MONUMENTS. TOMBS. HEAD AXIJ
Foot Stones. Mantlos, asc", tounti r nnd
Table Tops, Furniture Slabs, etc.. of the best
Italian and American Marlilcex.culeil in ? 1
style and at reasonable prices. Ourwurk is our
reference. Call and see. myU'-I'm
GAY0S0 PLANING Mill
RUSSEL, GROVE & CO.,
Adams St., East of Uajoa fiaj-oso,
MEWPHIS, TENN EES KE.
Ttf ANUFACTURERS OF DREPSKD Li;M
IvJ ber. Flooring, W eatherboardinr, li"nrs,
hash. Blinds, Window and Door Frame. Areh
rittve. Base, Mantels, Mouldings. Cornices,
Staircases, Handrail, Newels, UhIusUt, Lst
tice. Balustrade, Brackets. Packing Iloxis.
Pump Tubes, etc., etc. Keep on hnnd at ill
times a good stock of tbe above, as also
Glazed Sali, of all Mzrx,
Scroll NawliiKantl Turning,
Ofvry description promptly altcnJe l tn.
All orders by mail or throucb the Southern
Expross Company attendel to with promptness.
-Posto&ico addrea. " Lock Box
Sl,, WUOLU4UtttTTtll.. gjO ml
Il Mala Nrrrt, HaB
Ji MEMPHIS.-TEXS, mm
B HL .
a b u a m w.n.H m
s. n . A t. K.-A Ji A D A M V K Kft. P L A TT F. N
will be nld low if applied Icr soon, it is in
good running order, and may scon running
any day in ear powastoa