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UKGKST CITY ClttClXATION.
Tne.day Bwenins, Jnn 18 1867
Hon. JOHN W. LEFTWICH.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Jlon. JOII2V W. SS.ITIT,
Hon. IA. A BI.E.
iron. W. W. rOTaMA.
TO THE PEOPLE 0? WEST TENHEEBEE.
Hon. Emerson EtheridRP, Conserva
tive candidate for Governor, will address
the people of West Tennessee at the fol
lowing time and places:
Jackson, Tuesday, June 18th.
Humboldt, Thursday, June 20th.
Dresden, Saturday, June 22d.
Papers of the district are requested
to publish the above list of appointments.
We hear it reported that the indemnity
bill that was introduced into the Legis
lature, has frightened several gentlemen
of property. We hear it further re
ported that some of them, to break the
effect of its provisions, should it pass,
re billing and cooing with the Radicals.
We don't believe a word of it. The re
port is a slander got np for effect, no
doubt If a man who was an original
secessionist (and is only union now be
cane Southern independence failed)
should join a party whosa only
principles are disfranchisement of
rebels and confiscation of their
property, we are at a loss for
conjecture as to the motives that
govern him, unless we suppose that he
is base enough to sull his friends to save
his property. We cannot, we will not,
entertain such an opinion, and therefore
pronounce all reports to that effect, un
mitigated slanders. In the first place,
how could the election of Brownlow re
lieve him of his share of the tax imposed
by the indemnity bill? A Brownlow
legislature would pass it, that is certain.
So long as the bill is aot a law, he is in
no peril But th moment it passes, it
fastens itself upon his property. In the
second place, men do not pay a premium
for the privilege of deserting their friends.
They can command a bonus for that, if
they wish to enjoy the distinction of
being universally despised by friend and
foe. The ineonsistency of the story de
feats it. There can be no motive for
conduct which is at war with common
Bense and the integrity of one's oril
properly. We muKt have reason, not
nonsense, fur believing that an original
secessionist and a property owner, will
support Brownlow and his party.
Last Saturday, says the Nashville
Gazette of the 13th, the Hon. Emerson
Etheridge spoke at Morristown. The
Radicals spemed bent on 'raising a row,
bnt haDDily they failed. Previous to
the hour appointed they fillej the church
completely, and Etheridge had spoken
only a few minutes, wben a man arose
in the audience, swinging his hat, call
ing upon all the Radicals present to
letive the church and go to the depot to
listen to Judge Ilouk. The boilding
was quickly re-filled by the wall-to-do,
intelligent and respectable people of the
Very soon, however, a difficulty occur
red outside of the church, which seemed
to be a personal quarrel The loyal
militia appeared on the ground, march
ing directly to the front of the church,
. forming in line within twenty-five or
thirty feet of the church door, when
orders were given to fix bayonet. This
created a panic inside, and for some
fifteen minutes the speaking had to stop,
whilM efforts were being made to allay
the f-ars of the people, who evidently
f re under th impression that the mili
tia were atr.u' to disperse the meeting.
A t Ier Ktli oriier was restored, and con
f. Jence given to the people that intimi
dation should not prevail, at which point
the peakir.a was resumed.
Tie Knoxville Cvvunereiol is informed
hy a gentleman from New lcrk, who
.ittnfd to 1 tl.ere. thst the whole
t-ar.sirtier. on the part of tl Radicals
wns rrr' pr!l'h'e and ungraceful in the
extreme, end ought to I condemned by
a,'.! i.viUfd communities.
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THE LOWEST CIDDEE.
Ben. Wade is traveling iu the North
west at the expense of the people, as he
traveled in the South at the expense of
the people. In a recent speech he an
tiounced that he was In favor of female
suffrage and confiscation. lit is thus
reported : -
The Senator a.Ued that the shadow of
Another strugnle was over us; that Con
gress, which has done so much for the
slave, can not quietly regard the terrible
distinction which exists between the
laborer and employer. Property is not
fairly divided, and a more equal distri
bution must bo wrought nut. If your
dull heads, ho said, cant understand
this, the women will, and canvassers
upon the eve of an election will have to
tell the liibomrs what they will do for
The Cincinnati Commercial, a paper
that has no tears for the South, cau not
stand this. It thinks that Wade'i idea
of dividing property equally may effect
the North as well as the South, and
become general. The comments of this
joornal show that a grand blow-np in the
Radical camp is inevitable. It says :
It appears that Mr. Wndo is not willing
to stop with the confiscation of the
landed property of the South. lie would
have a general distribution of property
in the North with at little delay as prac
ticable. If he attaches any serious
meaning to his words that is to tay, if
he is not simply a roaring old dunce
his doctrine is that property is robbery.
He may Ihink he is aiding himself by
monnpoliaing the sympathy of that class
of working men who do not work, and
try to deter others frnm doing so- of the
eight-hour philosophers, forgetting that
only nineteen per cent, of the laborers
of the country take any interest in the
legal length of a day work. If the
Senator were of a mathematical turn of
mind ho might calculate the profit of
playing the demagogue to nineteen men
out of a hundred. Where all men rote
the eighty-one will probably count for
more than the nineteen. It was the ex
travagance of the Red Republicans of
France that overthrew republican gov
ernment in that country, and drove the
people into imperialism. It is the fault
of the Reds that France is not to day a
republic. Our Radicals should take
warning, and pause before their excesses
frighten the people into Copperhead
Conservatism, which would bs a harder
late for America than submission to
imperialism is lor France. Senator Wade
is a candidate for the Presidency. His
wire-workers are all about us, and they
are not idle day or night. His Kansas
speech was a bid for the Presidency, but
we do not think it possible for him to
succeed, for the oftice of President of
the United States has not, by consent of
the people, been put up to be sold to the
. . 4
One of oar Tennessee exchanges bas
Emerson Etheridge announces every
where he goes, and authorizes his friends
to say the same for him, that if the Leg
islature will convene and pss a law
giving the right of suffrage to the dis
franchised of Tennessee, he will with
fmm tha ranvaaa aad nrfre the
people to vote for Brownlow. Will the
Radicals do it 7 And yet tney sar ine
Conservatives are after the offices. What
Brownlow regards his own election as
a matter of little doubt He possesses
power, which, if exercised, msy result
in one of two things either the defeat
of any election at all, r in a counting of
radical noses, and a withdrawal of the
registration certificates from all who do
not happen to follow the guidance of
noses that smell radical, breathe radical
and blow radical That is one way of
doine the job. An election defeated in
this manner would plant the battery of a
world's scorn and execration in front of
Brownlow'i works, and blow him to
atoms. His ewn election, secured by
allowing nobody bat his previously
ascertained friends to vote, would induce
the Federal Government to inquire if
Tennessee possesses a Republican form
of government. Another thing might
happen. The people might not recog
nize the authority of an offieer who dis
franchised thera, that he might elect
himself to office. It is folly for Mr.
Etheridge to offer such a proposition.
The right ot suffrage is precisely what
Brownlow does not intend to give the
people. Ask him for anything else, and
he will consider the matter. But ask
him for suffrage, and you find yourself
in the midst of a tempest of wrath.
Who can look on this delicious picture
without wishing to be a part of it 7 The
Nashville Gazette says ; Our friend R.
H. McEwen, jr., has found a beautiful
spot, and a quiet retreat, in Coffee
county. Under date of the Cth inst., in
a private letter to his "venerable friend,"
Jones, be says : " Here I am, settled in
this vast wilderness, surrounded by hill
and dale, forests and cultivated fields.
It is a quiet and pleasant retreat, and I
am in my glory. There is nothing here
to disturb my rest or quietude; no cn
here but home folks, and every one per
mitted to do just as he or she pleases.
No one here to cemtnand not even
Brownlow with his melish. I wish you
were here with me, so that we could
roam over the woods together, aid bunt
and fiah. The woods here are full of
game and the streams are filled with
Gsh." Our friend ought certainly to be
a happy man, and we sincerely wish we
could be with him. He intends re
maining in Coffee county all summer.
FSOGSESS OP OUTRAGE.
In Tennessee the term loyalty is be
coming synonymous with hypocrisy, and
unionism is rapidly taking the place of
outrage and murder. The Bslirar Bul
letin of Saturday says : We learn from
good authority that Dr. Wm. Thompson
and J as. Holmes, residents of McNairy,
and who live just beyond the Hardeman
line, have been notified by some persons
unknown to leave for a safer locality.
Ai the gentlemen belong to the Con
servative aide, it is presumed that politi
cal enemies gave the warning note.
Fearing that violence might be done,
tbonld they remain at their homes, they
Lave left the county. V.'tat a sad com
ment apon the evil limes thst surround
uil And all this is done for the sake of
pure ChU'K ptinripUt !
The Na.hvillit correspondent rf the
Frunklin Review, speaking of Elhe
ridgo'a speech in that city on Saturday,
says: Hi munner is different frort any
public speakor I have seen in Tetii esseo.
Ho is as fluent bi Noil S. . Brown, oh
versatile a MJwin H. Ewing, as cool and
intrepid as Andrew Johnson, and as
earnest and effactive as Aaron V. I rown
I think he is tho most scholarly man we
have on the stump. He opened tl e did
cussion, and fur two hours dissected the
Brownlow dynasty with the vinegar and
vim of a Junius and the satire of a Ju
venal. Notwithstanding this withering
scorn, there was a melting pathos in his
words when he spoke of the miseries of
the people, and he reached the climax of
the sublime when he said he could for
give the enemies of his country if they
would but take their fangs out of her
IT CAN'T BE IiOXK.
If the Radicals of this city imngino
that they can bring from other Slutea
two or three thousand negroes and vote
them here in August, they are. doomed
to encounter a huge disappointment.
Before the day of voting, every foreign,
illegal voter will be known, and if he at
tempt to vote fraudulently, he will Gnd a
berth in the county jail. If the people
of Memphis cannot vote, men from other
States will not be allowed to vote in their
stead. That game, we tell all bands in
time, will not be allowed.
REIGN OF IEEBOX.
A Tennessee paper says: Information
from Bristol, on line of Virgin! and
Tennessee, states that a perfect re gn of
terror exists there, in consequence of
the depredations of a company ofBrown
low'g militia, who invaded the town.
The company numbers about one hun
dred, two-thirds of whom are negroes.
They are represented as brutal and
lawless, and have created the greatest
consternation among the inhabitants-
GO I;1 KELLY.
Kelly is as truthful as ho is brave. In
hi Bpeech to some screnaders, on his
return to Philadelphia, he said of his
travels in (orth Carolina: In the forty
two hundred miles we traveled the whole
earth was underlaid with gold, so that
a child, with an ordinary wash basin,
cauld wash the sands from the rivulets
and make at least three dollars a day,
and yet I have never seen such poverty
as I found in North Carolina.
aTThe Louisville Courier Bays that
Brownlow is reported to be in such
wretched health, recovery is next to
impossible. Is Satan about to foreclose
gay Russia bas pardoned the rebel
Poles. The Washington Government is
putting the rebels of the South to the
A BIG JUMP.
A Chicagoan Leap from a Railway
Train to Escape from Thieves.
Poushkepie(Jaii 7) Dinpatch to. tho New
Information received in this city from
the conductor of the Cincinnati ej press
train on the Hudson River Railroad, due
here at twelve minutes after 4 a.m.,
states that an extraordinary case of sui
cide occurred on that train this morning.
The particulars are as follows: As the
train was passing Stockport, a short
distance tbis side of Albany, a Get man,
name unknown, jumped from the plat
form of one af tbe passenger cars, ond
was undoubtedly killed. He bad a large
sum of money on his person, and from
his talk and actions was supposed to be
crazy. He took the other passengers
for thieves and pickpockets, and (.-very
few minutes grasped a revolver which he
kept on his lap as if to defend himself
from an imagined attack. His fellow
passengers were considerably frightoned,
thinking he might shoot some of them,
and they felt relieved when he left the
car. On the arrival of the train at
Hudson two men were sent back to
search for him, but op to a quarter-past
6 this morning they bad not succeeded
in finding tbe body, and it is thought he
jumped off the river side into the Hudson
and was drowned. If this is the case the
body will not probably be recovered for
several days. The train was running
very fust at the time, and be could not
possibly have escaped alive. Whi'e on
the ears he tore a paper off a roll ot bills
marked $200. He carried his money in
Poashkpiie(Jun 8) Diipatch to the N. T.
Miracles will never cease. The man
who jumped from the Cincinnati express
train on the Hudson River railroad yes
terday merning, and who it is supposed
was instantly killed, is alive and compar
atively "as well a he ever was in the
whole course of his life."
Th " Man and Brother."
Tbe following, from the Columbus
(Ga.) Sun, of the 11th. illustrate the
animus of Southern negroes and their
amiable, law abiding propensities:
There was a considerable disturbance
Sunday alternoon. A negro man had
pointed out to policemen McGirr and
Wood what he supposed to be Luke, a
ngro, who killed another negro on Mr.
Woolfolk Walker's plantation, and es
caped from jail a few weeks since. Luke
was arrested. Immediately a large
crowd of negroes gathered around and
wanted to kill the negro who had pointed
nut to the authorities one he thought
was a criminal It was with the ntmost
difficulty that the policemen, by expos
tulating, threat, etc., could save him.
The mob around at one time num
bered about one hundred and fifty,
and everal of the cowardly aconn
drels wre calling out kill him! kill
him ! They did not appear to have a
word against the criminal, but were
bitter agaimt the informant, who had
done what he did at the request of a
negro woman, whose relative bad bf-n
slain. Th two negroes with difficulty
were carried to the guardhouse, where
som seven soldiers were put at the ser
vice of the policemen ; and the mob of
negroes who. according to the Radiral
and negroes, are the most law abiding
people in the world, kept at a long dis
tance. No blows were passed. on!v a
great deal of noise. The informant had
to be put in jail aUo with Luke to esear-e
the vetigenee of the negroes. TL s
shows the respect regroes have for law.
They repced the bayonets however.
There is donbt whether th negro arretted
;. I.nk Some of the "breHJtrio" say
t "he is;" others, "be is not"
BY 'IK LEG It API I.
THE NOON DISPATCHES
FROM WASHINGTON. :
Wabhiniitok, Jnno 18. -A letter has
been received Irom Querrtaro wherein
it is stated that tho General in-Chief on
tho 8th issued the necessary orders for
the trial of Maximilian Miramon and
Mejia. In accordance with the laws of
January 4th, 1802, Maximilian requested
permission, whish was granted, to send
a telegram to the Prussian Minister in
Mexico, the purport whereof was to re
quest him, Don Maria Riva Calauia, and
Martine De La Franze, to act as his de
fenders. FROM BALTIMORE.
Baltimore, June 18. In tho Circuit
Court, Judge Yates presiding, in the
case of Kennedy vs. Gibson, arising out
of the recent failure of the Merchants'
National Bank, Washington, involving
the question of individual liability to the
clause in the General National Banking
laws, the court to-day rendered a lengthy
opinion to the effect that no suit can bn
maintained under the Bald clause nnii'
tbe Controller of Currency has audited
tho accounts of the insolvent institution
and ascertained, after due notice to the
creditors, the amount of liabilities. '
Louisville, June 18. At a meeting
of the captains of the Steamboat Asso
ciation rates of freight to all points
south were advanced 25 per cent on
former prevailing routes.
A Railroad Convention is in sossion
at the Louisville Hotel, having in view
the reduction of rates, and the establish
ment of quick time and accurate con
nections. Some twenty roads are
FROM NEW YORK.
New York, June 18: A New Orleans
special says Minister Campbell declines
saying what has transpired between
the State Department and himself. He
feels ronfident the people will sustain
him iu the position ho has taken when
the records ore published. A violent
raiq storm took place in Philadelphia
last night, doing considerable damage,
extent whereof not known.
The Herald's special says Secretary
Seward tendered a Mexican mission to
General Steadman, to proceed there at
once. The General declined, on acoount
of the condition of his private affairs.
Acocsta, Ga., June 18. Registration
of voters begins this week in Georgia.
A white man named W. L. Flynn, a
storekeeper on the Albany and Gulf
railroad, was murdered by two negroes
last night, his head and face being chop
ped to pieces with an- ax. They then
burned his house. The murderers were
arrested by colored men. Indignation
was so great it was with great difficulty
the whites were prevented from lynching
FniLADELPBiA, June 18. The City
Council refused yesterday to adopt a
resolution tendering the President wel
come on his way through the city. The
Radicals violently opposed the measure.
Bobton, June 18. The ninety-second
anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hill
was observed yesterday with unueual
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
San Fbakcisco, June 18. The Ameri
can whaling ship Canton was wrecked
May 3d neaaVIakadale. Five lives were
lost. The vMsel is a total loss.
Pun for th Family.
An "Alabamian," who has been in
Boston, thus hits off the prohibitory law:
"Boston seems to be growing worse
every day in intolerance. They won't
allow n circus to have a ' horizontal bar,'
or a band of 'tumblers.' 4 Trance me
diums' are forbidden to practice, be
cause they call in the aid of spirits.
Opticians are watcbed, because it is saw)
people gnt their glasses there. The
London Punch and Wilkes' spirit are
forbidden to be sold by the periodical
dealers. Apothecaries are forbidden to
sell liquor-ice! reople are not allowed
to eat sour apples, and are liable to be
arrested for being In high spirits.
Chihlrem who complain of stomach
ache are locked, up for tear It might be
sham pain. Men are arrested on sus
picion of being distillers who are caught
rectifying' mistakes. Hotels have bad
to take 'rum omelets' and 'wine sauce'
off their bills of fare. All bookstores
selling histories containing an account
of th 'Battle of Brandy wine' are closed
at once. Dead people cannot be buried
on a bier. Vessels are not allowed to
come into th harbor, because they have
to pans a bar iu doing so; and sea
captains are not allowed, to take 'any
port in a storm 'if they do, they must
tell where they got it. Enterprising
men dsre not show any public spirit;
and even the poor washerwoman can
only dry two sheets at a time, as any
one is liable to arrest who has ' three
ahevt in the wind ' "
GREKB. SunHiy, 10th inrt., at th resi
dent of her rrandtnuther, Mrs. WaUon, Uollr
Btrinti, Mis.. Mrs. Ida Grrer, in the 2ithyear
of her axe wife of Col. Hurh 1). Greer, and
daushter of Dr. Ju. R. Christian, both of this
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J auflering with any of th following com
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painful or euppreaxed menstruation, Leucor
rhrra or Whitea, Falling of th Womb, ulcer
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A FEW CERTIFICATES,
which we have selected from many that can be
seon at our oOice.
From an Editor.
1 KosctfSKO, Miss., May 28, 18(17.
M SrsES. J. P. Diouoooli t Co., Memphis :
Ossts: Permit me to add my ontiualified
testimony in favor of your KNGLlbll E
MaLK HITTERS, its use haa oured my wife
of a aerioua and tronbleaume feiualecomplamt,
which had obstinately refuged to yield to any
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who may be suffering with diaeasea and ailing
peculiar to their aex. as it truly merits publio
esteem and cenfidenoe.
lour triend, C. i. MOKOAND,
Editor Koeciuako Chronicle.
. A DOCTORS" WORDS.
LIST TO WOIIDS OF COMFORT.
CorrRsviLL. Miss., Feb. 53, 18G7.
Messes. J. P. Ubouuool & Co., Memphis,
fitim; AVe are flavins' a B.Svv derannd for
your " ENGLISH FEMALE BITTEKd." I
lain k it li all uprufesaod te be-a good, ettectual
uterine tonic, one laat baa been long needed in
this climate wiiere we have so many females
auflering with dmeiues of the womb, that have
rBlBltu in. ,r.lu.D( Ol almost ail prHci-
tionera ef the oeuutrr. I recommend it at the
counter and in my practice, without any fears
as to its good result. I can gtt you a number
of certificates it seeded. Your ob't aorr't,
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Cotton Planter's Voice.
AnitKVH.L, Miss., May 27, 18(17.
Mkssrs. J. P. Droiioools &. Co , Meiaphii :
IlKaaStBS: Permit me to speak in bohalf of
your " ENGLISH FKM ALE BITTERS." I
honestly think it th greite.it discovery of the
age, and tbat its equal for the treatment of
female cmla nta. ta not koewn to the civil
ized world. The use of two botti.is has re
lieved my wife of a di'treaaing female com
plaint, for which 1 hud spent hundreds of
dellars without beno6t. I cheerfully recom
mend it aa a wonderful compound, posessing
rare virtues for the aickly females of our
country. Your friend.
Doctors Don't Dlsasroe
'AT ALL T1ME8.
OPK YOU It KAItH.
Cakbollton. Miss.. March 12. 1867.
Mkssbs. J. V. Dinauooi.1 Co.:
Ussts: We take pleasure in uotif your
E:.JLISH FEMALE BITTERS" in our
practleo, and recommending it to all luneruig
leinalot who are in need of a ginuioe uterine
tonic. It is admirably adapted to the varieus
female complaints of thia country, and sells
woll here. Your friends,
DKri. V AoKK X MCO.A1,
h. DALE, M. D.
From StrninpH of Arkansas.
nn Glitz. A kk.. June 8. S'i7.
Misrnu. J. P. fJROMunni.a 4 Co. :
Ckntm: Yonr " GKKA'I SOUTHERN PRE
PARATIONS" arc taking well here, an, will,
uo duubt. eoon become more popular tba any
me licinca over introduced in this leoti a of
country. They will recommend thorn. lve
wherever tried, nn.l will very soon no auie to
fan their own fame independent of all other
Biti.-n:io. Your " ENGLISH FEMALE BIT
TERS. " acts alinott magically in curiag female
disoaaj'. Your. 4u.,
JUl.UAUU WAL.li, At. V.
FE MALE1JISE ASES
Which are oroatrating so many fema'ea all
over the couutry, can be so easily remedied by
F.XfiLlSn FEMALE BITTERS.
Caa yen dcubt the evidence of those who hare
UeU 111 )l. UUUU, .111 pWMIUIMVT Wl
De.Tlg CUretl ( IO nui ri.ir, mi Bciir, a. .mic
and procure one or more hottle. Ptice, 92 60
... Vint, !. fn. rt Vn. ! tin
J. I'. DKUMGOOLK A CO.,
1 I.m li. t . J it riniil Tlrou In
Ctty and Country.
DK0MG0OLE k CO.'S
ItcI IJiurrbtr Routed j-.
One Bottl will cure several ordinary cwaes of
Diarrhira. ,aoaea an J vomiting, cramp.
Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Pain and Gripinr.
It H cioerdmgiy pleasant, enildren loveit.it
eol the atoujach, iiui. ta tho nerves, r-lievea
the pain, vomiting and cramp., cheeks tbe
biwe1. etc. It is unatimulating in ill tflcora.
P'.einc scothing medictaoi wnieh give tone
to the .uisaeb and bvwela.
is our moat tronblesnn complaint during the
anioiner Months, hurrying maoy, old and
;..a;.r, to untimely ina.ee. Thou.anda of hu
man Uvea could b saved by kt-eiunga bott'e
of th: KKlJ 1.1 AKKH.KA KEMkLIH on band,
to be given at a uotaiiit'a warainc-
OlillriroiB. Teetliins- .
peed no Setter medicine than this. A few doaea
chet-aa the bow. la and relievea gret surTermg.
It ia no far fetched remedy, it is no patent n..r
eeerwt, hut la prepared m your a.i'iat by phvm
eiani aai are practicing me.lieme in voir
Dii.l-t, aad who are willing to snow the ree.pe,
in each and every cv. Do not uaa any more
f f tknse f .'werfully stimulating and hot reao
dieepat epby thne who nevor praeiiced mr.li
ennes. bat try our Kemndy. which i w pleanant,
coultng. reviving, uriMimuiating and iumetii
a:e in its effect., Old or yuug, ohi.drea or in-f.a-s
o- it with dehgbu
rtwe racmKer ftf your family miaht to take
with the MerrhTa at a late hear anme of toe
dark n ghts. and bad y not be'ter sen aad
.i,,t, ..r.e hoife r.f f.Y.H liAkhllA
RKM KliV. and bate iton haaa T Priee.tl Mi
Ler .'le. or MX to'lle i.,r e. rf aai i.y
iran;l i rl'y tn r-ne.ry, and by
J. P. tiHO M.i"l.t! CO.,
& 14 Na : M am aireet.
V'TlrK-N RILLS WILL PR PAID PY
t H a i line - Keea. wnleee m.fclracud by m
in iraon.or by u.y wnawn '.r.P r.
loo . Vt uITMor.E.
o lam at j
CLOSING OUT SALE OF DAMAGED GOODS'
rpHK RNTIRK STOCK
Damaged by the lata fir,
A.T NO. S13 oVE
Next to WARD k IaGUERE'S Drug Storo.
THE ; GOODS MUST 11E SOLD
REGARDLESS OF COST OR VALUEj
- Country Morchomt will do
Don't Kore-ot tlio Placet
M. KRAUS 6s CO.'S,
INTo. 213 Main Stroot,
Kxt to WARD LaOUBRE'S Drug Store.
NO DAMAGED GOODS,
Warranted Sonntl and Perfect
At Lens Prices than Daiaugotl
Goodi are Sold at.
OWING TO THE RUSH ATTENDING
CHEAT CLEAUEVG SALFJ,
We offor at the following pricos,
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
Fat colored Calicoes, 12H to 15 cents. '
Yard wide Brown Domestic, 'i cents a yard.
Bleached Domeatics, from 10 to W cents a yard.
All Linen Table Cl'.tha, only tl Wl each.
Ladiea Linen llandkexchiofa, only tl W per
Jaconet Lawns (new stylea),only 22centi a y'd.
Fine Organdy Lawns at leas than half prioe.
Trimming Ribbona, all shades and olors. at
loss than regular prices.
OurWHITK GOODS DEPARTMENT i
oompleta, and we offer all our 'Whit Goods at
loas than HALF PRICE.
Cottoeadej for men's and boys' clothing, from
18 to 40 cents per yard.
Ladies' WhalehonoCoraetK, only II 25 per p.itr.
Gout's Linen Pants, from f I 26 to $2 per p.ir.
Gent's Linen Vests, from 15 cents to 1 2ioaoii.
Gent's Linen Coats, from $2 20 to $3 .'tn each.
Gent's Linen Suite oompleta, onlv $5 75 eaoh.
Gem's Linen ghirts, from tl 2 to $2 IS eatih.
Gent's Puff-Bosom Shirts, from $2 to $26Uiich.
(lent 'a Gauie Merino Undershirt, only $1 2i
Wej are Bound to Reduce Stock,
and Mnat Bell onr Goods I
Couatry Merchants will find thoy ean save
time aad money by looking at "ur stock.
Hair Bruehoa, only 10 cents each.
Scissors, all sites, only lit cents each.
Tooth- Brushes, only 10 sents each.
Boyt' Boota, only tl 10 por pair.
Ladies' Calf Shoos, all siioa, from Tl to?l 51
Mon's Low-quarter Shoes, only$l 50 per pair.
Hoys' Hats, from 75 cents to 1 each.
Mnn'a Hata, from PGoonM t2 each. .
THIS ISNO HUMBUG 1 Our Goods MUST
and SHALL be sold, and we will guarantee
our ricei to be LOWER THAN ANY IIOUSK
IN THE CITY, and shall always sustai our
reputation as the MAMMOTH CHEAP
STORK. Give u a call and try u. :
103-1 2W Main itrewt.
THE LARGEST STOCK
Ever Offared In Komphis,
WILL BE. OPENED FOH SALE,
Monday, .Juno IV, 1H07,
At Wholesale and Retail, .
REGARDLESS OF COST,
S2C ScconJ Sti-eet.
Fancy and Ktaplo
G O O I H ,
Clothlns, Boots and Shoes,
A Large Lot of Hibbon. '
OREENWALD & LABE.
C. KILLSa. "!
MILLER & MILLER,
AlTOUNin'H AT LAW
FANCY GOODS "AND NOTIONS,
Wo. 327 Main Street, up SUlta.
Offer to City Dealer and
TKADIBS or ALL KIDTDB.
At L.ow Prion!
r'VH., BrTTONS. FRt'SnK6, FKTRT
VV Ilraet.. fb"" I w, tt kj aed fv, !'
ar.d Nexllaa. TB.t. 1'crfawiarT. H"
I"-kt kni'M, nn: Hive ard .-u-i-'n.t-rr,,
'ap. C -IIsti. Pi". al ets. re. Nk
lm, UH.arme lilaa... Ink. I'a-r. f rv. '.,ne,
rr , e . ,n rt varwv, aad at Lw far. a,
at S! Maia atrert, up ei.r. M
1 II I III Hll I11IIII V
will bs poaci for sal
-A. I IV STREET,'
well to Loolr nt thU Ht ock.
Something New Under the Sun.
A New Era in Medicine.
LKT THE SUFFERING AND DISEASED
read tha fallowing i
Lot all who hav been given np by Doctors
and spoken of as incurable, read the folio inn:
Let all who can believe facta, and ean hav
faith in evidence read the following:
Know all Men by three Prete.ntt, That en this '
the twentieth day of Juno, in the year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and aixty-aix,
personally cam Joseph Uaydock to mo, known
as such, and being duly sworn, deponed as fol
lows : That he ia the sole general agent for th
United State and denendnnoies thereof, for pre
parations or medicines known as M AOGlhL'3
1'ILLS and SALVK, and that the following
certificates are verhatuiu copies to the boat I
his knowlodge and belief. ...
L. 6.J JAMES SMEITRK, Notary PuMie.
Wall Street, New York;
Dr. MAonisL : I take my pen to write you of
my groat relief, and that the awful pr.it) in my
aide has left me at lass-thanks to your medicine.
Oh. doctor, how thankful I am that I can get
some sleep. I ean never write it enough.
thank you again and again, and nm sura yon
sre really the friend of all sufferers. 1 could
not help writing to you, nnd hope you will not
takeitamiaa. . , JAMES MYERS.
June 1, 116 Avenue D.
This Is to oertify that I was discharged frcm
th army with Chrouic Diarrhoea, and hav
been oured be Dr. Mergiel's Pills.
New York. April 7. Ikes. . . 27 Pitt Su-oct.
The following ia un interesting cue of a man
employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pourinir
melted iron into a flask that was damp and wrt
eauaed an explosion. Tho molted iron w.ia
thrown around and on him in a perfect shower,
and he was burnt dreadfully. Tbe following
ertificate wns given to me by hiui about eixlit
weeks after the accident:
Nhw Yopt, Jan. 11,
My name is.Taob Hardy : 1 am an iron foun- ,
der; I viu badly brnt by hot iron in November ;
last; my burns healed but I hud a runuiag nor.
on my log that would not hoiil; 1 tried Mni.iel'd
Salve, and it oured me in a few week. This is
all true, and any keiy can now see me at Jack- ,
son's Iron Works, becotid Avsnu. (
WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF j
Dr. Hagglers -Pins and Salve!;
Extracts from Various Letters..!
"I had no appetite; Mageiel's Pills jrav to. j
a hearty one." j
"Your Pills are marvelous." j
H I send for another box, and keep thora In
the house." 1
"Dr.'Mwririel has cured my headache thats
was chronic." i
" I rave half of one of your pills to my bubo
for eholera morbus. Tho dour little thiug lot
well in a day."
" My nausea of a morning it now'curcj.
"Your box of Maggiol's Salve cured m ol
noises in the head. I rubbed anioe of your
Salve behind my ears and th noise left,"
" Send me two boxes ; I want on for a poor
" I enoloa a dollar s your price Is twenty-live I
eoats, but the medicine to me u. worth a dollar." .
" Send me five boxes of your pills."
"Let me have thro boxes cf your Balm by '
" Th best Pills for hsadache I ever had."
"My liver works Ilk an engino, thanks to
"Iam pleased to savto yon, Dr. Mnrincl '
that I would not be without a box of your i'ills
for wiring me of morning naunea forth, worl 1."
" You will find enclosed one dollar. Your
Pills ar only 25. coriti, but I conaidor them
worth to me one dollar.'1
"Daia Doctor: My tongue had a fur on it
every morning like th book of a cat. Your
Pilla took it away."
"I took half a nil 1 and crushed It to powder,
and gave it in jelly to my little babe for cholera
morbus. The dear little pet wai well in three
" I suppose It is hardly worth while to tell
you my burned foot has got well from tit a use
of yourSalve. Kncloed find 25 cents for an
other box to keep in the house."
"Send a.o another box of Salve."
" Enclosed End 76 cents for two boxes of yonr
Maggiel'i Pilla and one of Salve."
The moat rentl yet searohinf medicine I
I Hav Over 00 Each Testimonials.'
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are al
most univerxal in their effects, andsenrecsn
bealmost always guaranteed. FOR BILLIOU3 .'
DISEASES nothing oa be mare produ.-tive ot
cure than theve Pills. Their almost marie in- ;
fluence is felt at once t and th usual eoneimi- i
tanta of tbis moat distrcxiing disease are re- r
moved. The., remclioa are made from th '
purest VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS. They:
will not harm themot delicate female, and can
be given with good effect in prescribed do.os to :
the youngoat babe. FDR CUTANEOI'S DlS- i
ORDERS and all eruptions of the rkin the
SALVE is most invaluable. It does not I eat
externally alone, but penetrates with the nio't
searching effeet to the very root of th ; evil.
DR. MAGGIKi;S PILLS
ixvariaslt era Tin nu.i. owing DtHaiita
Bowel C.mplaints, India-nation,
C tie. I Disease!, i nward Weal-nee.,
Costiveneaa, Liver Coiaidainia,
Dyspepaia. I.owne.a of .i,-na,
Debility, . Slt Kheuio,
Fever ar d Ague, CxalOA.
Each Box Contains f utSve i'.i.s.
OKB FILL 13 A DORK
- Nottci. Kont cnu'rie without ih Tr
rravt4 tri tT-xrk r'in ( tvH -t nr tu
iffned hy LECTOR J. MAUtiiKU " nrk
to rvunirfit w-iich i fflonr.
HiiM thnrtaout tbe 1'nitrJ Stiag wij Can.
d. t b tn nrr W'i ur pot.
'Cot'TRrRiTH I Hay no Mirriel or
Wt with litt's iimnnvaslrt in th hx
Thar tre -huh. 1 h rcnuin h t nam of J.
Ilftyd'krk on with rum- rf J. Matri-I. M.
V. Tb irniini Lft tb .'ill rrooi)ul witti
W pw -i.- " 1.1 4W
J. W. AH-n tk. M. C. Cay- an. K. F. A II mi.
Mot V m. (J. WtJtos, , J. J., IV Mmli
KFENIAT. n. P. AU.T.X KKIXfl A
trr ntii.M that mm tutf bmr i,t hs ia
iu" i, h i$ fTfff' y t:s-h-i by nvmi'iiTn-n,
'd b i rtq'ttv-ed ir ir nt hit ff?ic in
'f .( hi", on tv 2Th d- nf Junp. nl
. end b- ra r U K heard ?i.aim.
Thin rir t. r uMi-h d iv ft w-k tut
fvut ftnki in t!i ri if Lt
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