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i THE MEMPHIS DAILY- A.J?T?ZA.T. THURSDAY, APEIL 16, 1868. Myitis APPEAL ALBERT PIKE & CO. Vera Atque Uonesta J) I cere. Af.BKKT F1KK, KoITOK. JOHN ii - ' . . . FixarsriAi. Linoa. HABKT BECK, LOCAL, EMTOR. K. T. EttULlola, COMMERCIAL AKD ElVKK EDITOB. Editorial Rwm- No. 1 J xrr ekikis street, ui- -Bniiaiwi Otaee - o IX Js-ffersois bTiin Knttnrx flaowj.rr- Jours WWII For President of the I'nllod State. ANDREW JOHNSON, OK TENNESSEE. ISubl&ct only to the decUlcn of the National Democratic Conservative Convention. THE KI-KL1A KL11. The New York Tribune, after "acara fai study of facta aiid sifting of testi luoiiy," conciudeo that there is "solid reality tmder the stuff aod nonsense with which the Southwestern papers mask this rapidly spreading organization." It admits that It is not unnatural at any time, that secret sccietits should ex ist ; and that men tcili unit for protec tion or for congenial association. It proceeds tossy : Not only the ordinary hatred of loyalty, bat the remote hope of pi licsa suvaotsse, has led to the establish rne u i of tbe crder heie referred to uowd generally a the au-Klux Ki.n. Their leading idea U, of course, the ueraat ol lecoustruelion.and the postponement of n -thlue like adraisHou lo Hie L Dion until HQ :.""5ri.,h..ivrv luime conunueucy oi a eraurt Deuitcratlc triumph in tha No. th. Socu a triumph, tl;ey seem i oelieve. woulJ lestore the now sil-r.t soma to iu ..Id potency in I he national council; tueu they oou.u -red oca the nl2Mi to his normal aphere; the but-ear M nearo volii g -would vanish under a ruraniaty dial rincbiseuient ot Uie entire rare, and ai tnoue'i absolute itM might- not be rvstor. d, me o d aiisUicracy would be ab.e to .leslaotiie n-ernes and pour whiles wimta Mich ittti -r re uluuous as piuctlcUy to restore lbs patr: archal lnstitui.o., in all tuiiigs exespt auction Im i f uuuiaa being-. Ttnisend worttlhe K. K. K. TH.y get up a mysterious fellowship ; adupl a lrignttul ul.v xutse; scatter abroad uorr bly woidu procla mations; uiaxe suudeu foray at niiuniahi ; ai d do all lanlSKlc tr;-A tliai ia tit th. .r ui Tuat rnnpo-- " to f lighten and an Lo ioa! coloied men (nuu white m:. t"0. il thev can I so that they oU leave me isoothei u Slate. Tlius. Mime lime ago, in Mississippi, tbey cliculated a liuicuiou.. .lory aooul snte hor.ible monster In tae swaiois, a dreadinl tieuion that bad an insatiable ai.li e lor ne gro fleaa asirLUl.r mjttler seen IU Ar- atiu w inwj a 1 tubs' an- .e. us, lalf-fr' stry it in ; drag lortli ai.d mss of another ; sses from their wbo.e State, it pr.Miiic.t g a alaruii-g arcouui ui vi mo ri-ood luaomen.igboorinn qaarter. Thin ui m erv well for the crednoo ejiortd people, but Whtiomen mukl have fliOngJ: dosee. and m theK. K. K. lavor peafa.LiU hard-workiiig IBM ea wlta clou jlij-woiued warnlUKu, md .rapaaaie tueae warm, gs by midnijut visitauon, ihieau ol violence, and BOineiioiui artual aaaauiU It is useless to expect the Tribune to be honest or veracious in its accounts of anything In the Uouth. B has a mono mania for lying. Everything is In thu piural, with it. A single outrage, reported from Tennessee, one warning, protbly got up by some devilish boys to scare wome one not braver tban Bob Acres or Ancient Pistol, gets multiplied or brteda whole litter, white the account of it it. transmitted by wire or by letter of some Dugiild Dalgetty of falsification, to the Tribune columDs. It was intended that every one who might read the last sen tence 'tie havequoltd, should understand that the warnings, visitations and threats spoken of have been ma'.teri of constant and multitudinous occurrences ; bseause even actual a.vaults have been tomttimt committed. Intended to be so understood, it is. slightly an exaggera tion, after the Tribune's happiest man ner. But now the Philosopher san philv sophie) of the Tribune, gets " riled." lie rolls up his aleeves, sets " that hat" still further back on his head, and demands : What shall be donor la It to be tolerated that in a land of clv.l gcn trumcat an Irrespon sible gang of rnmanhall spread terrvr fai and wine v,ver a third ot lhe national doniaui or evt-u over aaqoare mlleof th it doan'iu - Thm there 1 a poweriol organtx-atton, coaipei f toe very worst men la the South, ana alm:ng at tha ends we hv deacrie-l, no one can uonht. lieu. Thomas aad tiov. Urowulow have teatlflfld to lu existence, and M'arned lis of dan iu Tne lova! us "t ilie .jutb give facta thai prove the snal streujtn and h.ise pnrpoies of . . i -. fi.nl ftt,.tmnll .f I n I'r tl 1 I lie rviMU. u ' ' . 1 - yrea to laugh at the atTuir are eu.ui nal pr.xif ol ita reality and inipor JJrownlow Is wisely censured lor b tlon of thes rascals, and ossily is op u to i rtllc sm in me mailer xiut when, in any section of Uie xjsalb!' lorarmwl men tarideabroj thelt faces closely ooncaaled, anil it, mnetf. tiifti oLltcr to stav : dl n oue for loyalty ; buruths lrlve unoffending schooiiiits' tioune. and epread terror ov.i is high uma to pull otf toe gtovea. Then he hits what he elegantly term? "the Rebel Pre," lhu: It li slgniflraut cf trouble that ("u more o leui of ti.e r-lel pieji favar lhe gmwth of tills aociet. i-oine of them pi. tend f: laugh at the tears of the loyal citizcus. lint there la a " covert .levl: la their s!ier " ibut betrays both knowl edge and approval of the Klan. tt them all lueuilaj'S aud support -ri le-ailtbe lalt or tlie Knights of the uoldm t:iic.e, or Sons of I. br erty. and. what'-vet tla-h of success ' y nuw encourage their til rts, tbey may besajc tht swift acd Jptndy destruetiou will fall up i them sliouli ili ir cix-ratlous mm 1 the promle thsvi the few attempts alisady on record appear toiusiify. We do not suppose that the Ku-KI jx . with its maaks and device to acnr superstilioua negroes, and othor extravagania, was any thing more than a local orfaulzttion, got up for fun aud frolic ; and we were of course inclined to laugh at It, nntii it seemed about to be abused for discreditable and lawleaa ptir poaet. Associations of that sort give a power to individuals, which there is al ways too much temptation to use im properly : and they will, moreover, be made use of by tuose who do not belong them, who, committing excess?, tbem to be imputed to this or the other suspected order. There is not the lritst reason to it; -pose that tbs murder of Abubi kn, iu Georgia., was the aot of the Ku-Kluxcs. it was for the benefit of lUdicaii-m that this should be believed, and therefore, it was asserted. That is the rule, now. A thing is not stated because it is true, but because it ought to be so, for the bane fit of the liar. Almost as good a plan as averring a thin; as a fact, is to use some ouch phrase) as the iVcksoiftian formulas of the Tribune, e.g., " from certain de monstration it is presumed." The veritable original Ku-Kluxes wer? too demonstrative and courted notoriety too much, to have been much in earnest. It U funny to hear the Tribune grimly stay: on the whole, wejuige toat Uits Klan is a re ality, and menus dangeioas mischief. It has spread, in au lucredlbiy short time, fr.;m E .) rn Tennessee lo eriy nook nnd comer of . be Houihern Mates, it is pe.Ued in an iix'lreot way by the most of the lehel pies, and hlu's are gtveu tier;, and ihera of the area! d Itvsr ance from ougrefisi mal rule tba t o..u: to have at some future dy thxougU Its 04, ra tions. It tt is reallj another secewi'in snake. Uies ioner 11s fangs are drawn by the Judlel us ahlb'tion of Loyal power Urn oetter it wi'l te for ail ot us, Him e particalarly. However, tur the Hoolhem people. We do not know what the Ku-K!ux organization may become, if it ever be comes anything. It Is quite certain that it will never coma to much on Its erlgi nal plan. It must become quite another thing to be efTlcieot. As the AiTK.ii. is of that press whiob the Tribune honours by terming it Rebel, we do not at all hesitate to say this : The oppressions practised upon the people of the South, especially by the officers of the Kreedman's Bureau, are daily be coming less and less tolerable, and tntHp. nities are practiced upon the best citizens, at the instance and on the lying suite, meats of negro scoundrels, which those wro have to endure them nevar forget. An (tiing, any charge against an hoaeet aa fas proven by negro testimony. to The mleerable devils perjure themselves just aa readily as they lie. Every lawyer knows it; and It la humiliating for a member of the bar to be constrained by his obligations to his client to assist in placing before a court sheet after sheet reeking with perjury. We, for one, shall not do it; and when we cannot sustain a cane by the testimony of white wit nesses, the client must get other counsel. With negroe for witnesses and jurors, the administration of justice becomes a blasphemous mockery. A Liyal League of negroes can cause any white man to lie arrested, and can prove any charges it chooses to havs made against him. The disfranchised people of the South, robbed of all the guarantees of the Con stitution, aye, hell-kite! all, "at one fell swoop," can find no protection for property, liberty or life, except In secret assojialion. Not in such a iciation to commit follies and outrages ; but for mu tual, peaceful, lawful, self-Jefeuce. If it were in our power, if it could be effected, we would unite every white man in the South, who is opposed to negro suffrage, into one great Order of Southern Broth erhood, with an organization complete, active, vigorous, in which a few should execute the concentrated will of all, and whose very existence thould be concealed from all but its members. That has been the resort of the oppressed in all agei. To resort to it is a right given by God ; and the Baow nlows and Meades would flad it idle to attempt, by any threats or denunciations, to prevent it, if the people were not so entirely sunken in the apa thv of hopeless despair as not to have en ergy enough to unite for anything. BY TELEGRAPH. ! has been changed luto a royal palace for I his accommodation. St. Patrick's Cathedral has been most ! enperbly decorated for the coming cere 1 monies. Dublin, April 15. The Prince and Princess of Wales have arrived here. I They were received with the greatest en I tbusiasm. Pakis, April 11. The journal De De I bain denies that tbere is any danger of a war with (rermany, and, in proof of it, ! says France has already refused io enter I into a close allepiauce with England and Austria, unless Prussia is included. Copcnhaqbk, April 14. It is under stood that the Emperor of Russia has re fused to interpose ins good unices as me diator, between Denmark and Prussia, for the settlement of tbo controversy concerning the Schlewig Provinces. Paris, April 15. Minister Baroche, in a public speech to-day, said the reorgani zation of the army was a pledge of peace, which no foreign power now threatened to disturb ; and that the great internal improvements which are njw being car ried on by the Government, are incon sistent with the idea of an approaching war. St. Petersburg, April 15 The Cztr agrees to the postponement of the pay ment for Alaska to May the 1st. The Journals here believe that the American Congress will certainly vote the appro priation, and alio that a general Eu ropean dlbcerument is probable. TIJBUKAZHIJ MARKETS. JfiEW AD VERTISEM 'NTS VCASONIO NOTTOK.- The T officers and members ot Lien ficolt Lodge No aw. ar- hereby notified in aUend a special ooiumiinlc.t on this Thursday evi ning, at 7, o'clcek, for work in the second Oegiee. . All mem lers of sister city Lodges, and tran sient brethren In good standing, are fraternally invited to attend. By order M. AKUQ, V M. (J. Cx'stis. Secretary. apltt It WANTED A HOUSE WITH Eut U TO eight rooms, com rally located, either fur nished or unfurnished. Prefer the former. Would bny urnllore, if terms suitable. Ap ply or address J. E. MONTGOMERY A 00., apU lw Star Wharfboat. In the District Court of tae United states, for the District of West Tennaasee. In the mat ter of John Oakley. Bankrupt, lu Bauk rajM J, District of West Tenuesaee as. To whom it may concern : THE uudtrsigned hereby gives notice of his appointment as assignee of John Oakley, of Memphis, in the conaty of Snetby end state of Tennessee, within s id District, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt up-u hie own petition, by the Dist net Court of aid District. Memphis, Tenn., the I'ith dav of April, A. V., 18S'. WILLIAM V. CIRODks aplUlSO Assignee, etc. Iig-lxt Dispatches. Note.- Owing to a general storm North and East last night, it was impos sible to get car regular report. Rep N F' ! firm ; WEATHER AND RIVERS. Lot-isyillk, April 15. The weather is cloudy and warm. The river is rising fast, with 11 feet 9 inches in the canal by the mark. AE bam, ar.Y. Albany, N. Y., April 15. At the charter election yesterday, the Demo, crats elected their Mayor and a majority of the city ticket by about 3000. CHARCKVJTON- Charleston, April 14. At a largo aaction of Southern securities to-day, there was a noticeable Improvement in prices. The average advance on every description of stocks was fully ten ;er cent. A large numbr of Northern bid ders were present. Voting on the new Constitution began quietly to-day. SEW YORK. New York, April 15. Sixteen miles bevond West of Port Jervls, on the Erie Railroad, to-day, a broken rail threw a passenger train down a twenty foot em bankment. Thirteen passengers were instantly killed and titty-two wounded ; seven were burned beyond recognition. Partial lists of the killed and wounded show no Southerners. SEW OBIsEAft. delayed New Orleans, April 14. General Buchanan Ui-tlay issued a proclamation cautioning all parties against interfering with voter at the coming election. The proclamation recites that it has been re ported to headquarters that evil dis posed persons in various parts of the rj'.ate of Ixiulsiatia are preparing to cause ilisturbances and riots at the polls. The State laws must and shall be eutorced. Speoial order No. 79 of to-day, pro Dibits political processions at night uutii after the election, and forbids the carry ing of fltf-ai ma. Gen. Buchanan has appointed June 15th for the assembling of the Texas Con-1 vention at Austin. me late it'i&u auuu iu juiMav.. shows a large preponderance of whites. WABMUMfkTWL Washington, April 15 The follow ing letter was addressed by Secretary Stautou to Seuator Cameron yesterday : Wan 1 !, au s r ' Washington, Anill 11, lsos. J To Hon. Simon Cameron: Dear Sir: Perceiving in this morn ing's Chronicle that a communication has been signed by the Governor of your Stat, the Republican members of the legislature, and other persons, asking your recommendation for my transfer, upon a certain ctintirgetvpy, to thebead or the Tieaeury Ddpariuient, 1 hasten to requeet earnestly that no such recom mendation te made. Enough of my life has been devoted to puolio duties, aud Ut consideration can iuduce me to asume those of the Treasury Departmeut, or continue in the War Departmeut longer thau may be required lor the appoint ment and confirmation of my successor. Yours truly, M.STAMVX. President Johnson unveiled the Liu colli monument tt.-day. Grant was on the sidewalk, haviug declined to appear on the stand. The Impeachment trial was continued to day. The Chief Justica ruled out the President's meesage of February 24th. Tue managers objected to it on general grounds, but the t uie.' Justice rejected it on the ground that the SeDaie resolu tions did not rtquire it therefore it was tint part of tbe regular proceedings. His message, nominating Ewing, was, how. ever, admitted, aua tilso an immense mass of documentary evidence, under contiuued otjeotion from Butler. After the conclusion uf which the Court ad journed. Ti.e Senate then resumed legislative business aud ordered eertaiu report or the Hessiot.s and proceeded to the considera Uoa of tue impeachiueal and Uericieuoy appropriations. Pending this dlseaselon a deficiency of $40,000 was reported m Forney's account, aud Corcoran said that Forney's clerk bad been wrongly charged. In the H ue. Stevens mails a state- me 1st Ui the elloct that the Senate had j determined uot to hear the iuipeachers Isiiiy, and gave nutine Uiat he would ' move for night sessions In the House to ! allow the managers and others to make ! their speche?. Tbe President's counsel had It pretty I much theirowu way t.uis afternoon. The I impeacbers show palpable sigus of dis couracwseuL FORElUlff. New Orleans Market. New Oklsans, April IV Cotton very duU; middlings, nominally iCXf.c; sa;e yesterday TtXibaies; receipui 1774 balm; Bales to day, 500 bales; receipt'', 1103 bales; exports, LXi bales Bter log, injlc : New Yurk Sht, c preru. ooi.l, .WjC sugar, t uiia, good fair, ile. aio lasses, 7goB. L jU tsUi.a atik Item and price nom na:. flour, superfine ,! :vxi!i M; choice, Ur14 Corn qu el but nrui, at II o. oats nominal. y, 74o. Hey, Prune Western, tus.Jt. Pork dnll anu dro.plog ; retalllug at (2X. Ha con du 1 and depteasej ; sbi.niders leaning at lit-; clear Hides, jSc. Lard, nominal; tierce ts,'-,c; ktg, 19c. (iurinnatl Market. CiNCisnATi, April I.I. Flour Aim; family, tlO 7a(9li. Wnettt ll.'er, at S- ij. Corn dull, (SWe. Osts firmer, at 7.ie. I'.ye. ti to. Bar ley, M 00. Lud, ITc. Fork, :6 M.-.7. Bulk shoutders, l-'jc; elites, H:j,c Bacon. s- oal-iers, I1 itjs'Sc ; clear r.b iluea, Ie34e; clear Bln-'s lT'4'j; sugsT-cured acis,.iy jiu. au.ter, Egg j. isc Apt-lei-, 18. Hay firmer, at eiSSy lo. Clover seed nut1. New York 'Market. r York, April 15 Cot .on scarcely so sales a) bales; upland., jlrj j.c. Elour j aud 2iy lower. Mea pork. S 6 7 . L trd. 1'.'4 t:" Uioceries qalst, but mm. Freight dull and uncharged. Money M stiingent. Call loaus, 7c prem; dis counts. Settle, s.wcls weak and U vwrisb. during tae any. toopon- oi woj. susrliug, !'!-,c Oold heavy, at 8s r. i.ii'jim tlie larkrt. I. of is villi, Apili 15. roOaco active and firm; salts 15a Inas ; luks,:s 257 I oo'nmon to mdlont leaf, n 5DiHr f:r. e 75 ; sale.-tiop, tl't SV Hour, sup rtine.il.Tli.Vj, Ltucy, U! Sug I" Wheat, ... t4 ji Corn v.jSIc Hye. las 2 Ui. Malt, t2 b(A6. Lard, l"',c Mess pork.iln". Bacon shouldeia, lJgc ; cieax side, U'c. Balk shoulders, nVjC ; elearst es, IsSi . Cotton, mid dilng TOS1I834C. kw whissy, SJ fL hi. Lotil" Market, sr. Lofns, ApU ii. Tobacoo tiD. Fleur dull and uaciaugejmi. c? . - Wheat euff; red winter, toJ 7a. r;i ul..., at Stie Cc Oats h-avy, at Mh70c. Bye, $1 1. Barley. t- i 1 sU Po.it, t7. Bacon ami; shomder-, 13c ; dear rib (idee, a ; it- sides, 17c ; Laid, 17V,C. TU:-sfcs.;E, On Monday, at Xashville, two eor porals belongisig to the Forty-lifth In fantry were arrested for an assault on a colored laundrevs who had been superin tending their linen at the barracks. Gal lant boys in blue! They deserve shouldei-atraps for their devotion to the iair ! Scott Thomas, a Nashville negro, who had become conversant with city liie, under Radical teaching, attempted to change a $lj) note handed him by Pniel Green, a country darkey, by running off, but Green was not so ver dant as to fail to recognise him, and the Magistrate recognijau him, too. Tbe "Varieties" of Nashville, like tbe ' Varieties " of Memphis, is the only plttee of amusement lu the city. During the storm ou Sunday morn ing, the residence cf Mrs. Allen, in EJge Ceid, was struck by lightning, which shattered the side of the house and served the lit' of a piano the same way, but did no further damage to tbe instrument, Oa Sunday afteruoon two tress in Jge tield were struck by lightnirg. Wm. Hopkins, a negro, was sen tenced at Nashville to l'jur years to the penitentiary for larceny. A Nashville poiioman, D. b . Fred ericks, was robbed of f Jt6, taken from under his pillow, on Friday night while he slept. The Prt u and Timetof the 18th says: " It is reported by those who ought to know, that the frost has not injured fruit in this section of the siate as much as was at first feared." We hope this b true ; but the Pre and Bmm says so many things that are not even palatable, this must be taken with a grain of salt. In the District Conn of the United rftaes,for tie District of West Tennessee. In th mat ter of TbeophUns W. Alien, Bankrupt, in bankruptcy, Dlatrlet Of West Xsnneshee , To whom It may concern : Tbe undersigned hereby give notice of hi appjlnlroenl aa assignee of Theopiulu V. Alien, ol the county of rditilby nnu btate ol Tennessee, wuhLu said District, who uhh been sliudged a Kanltrop. npon his own petiUon, by he Distrl N Court of said Dlsuict. Memphis, Tenuees-e, the Lith day of AnrlL . ,1 . I ' 1 . a .. V. . I I . .... c . i'.. nuaaas i. i.ia new. aplU2.S0 Aasl. nee. Etc. tn tbe Distriot Court of the Uniied Miaies, tor the Dteirlei of West Tennessee. In Uie matter of Jtlson P. Jor.nr.oa, Bankrupt. In Bank. upt.y, Ldstrict of Wet Teuntsaee as. To whom tt may concern ; THti ederalgned hereby gives notice of his appointment as asianee of JUaon f. John son, of the ceun'y of isnelby, and Ktate ol Teunetisee. within said Li trie, who has been adjuiiged a t-ankrnpt upon li s own pe tition, by the District Coo.t of aaid District. Meniph!, Tennessee tue 15ih dsy el April A. D. iSkU WILLIAM Y. CiK DE apl6 23 CO Asslanev. e.c. In tbe Dt itriot Court of the United States, for the Dirietof West Tennissee. in tbematter of William , Lees, bankrupt. In bank ruptcy, Dlsuict of West Tennessee as. To whom U may concern : Th - andershinod hereby give notice of his appointment as asvgoee oi William A Lews, oi Meuipnis, in toe county of b e: by and hiate oi I'enuessee, within said Dttiei, who ha Been adjudged a Bsukrupt npon h! own peti tion, by tue District Court o. saij District. Memphis, Xono., the loth d.y of Ani AJ mi williamV uikodk, aplti 29 a) Aalknee, etc In the District. Ctirtof the United states, for tho Diet, let of West Tenue set. Ju the matter ef OBnaway, Jones 4 l ate. Bankrupts. Da Bankruptcy, Dlatrlet of West Xeuues ee -ss. To wboB it may coi.cern j THE nnderslgned hereby aivts nitlce of his ppoiiiuuent as asalgnee of C iuaay, Jonei st Tate, ol Memphis, iu tue eonuty of thelb , and "ti j, i.ui wisB. tviiuiu asm niiairit'L, wno aaye been aojtKUnd bankrup'enpon their own jlel tion by tne Dlastut Court of said D. strict. Meiupula, lenaeiis-e. the IMh cay of Aoril A. D. IrslS. WILLiAls V. CiBour' ' ap .i. a nl Assiguee, etc. ?53!5!CAR0Llr1A LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CLOTHING! of Memphis, Tennessee. ROBESON, SNEED A CO 801 MAIS STRFET, (Old SUad Mack Brcthers t Bohm , ARE IN KECCIPT OF . NEW AND DESIRABLE STYLES OF Spring Clothing WHICH ARK OFFERED AT MODERATE PRICES we mm special mum to otra stock or Furnishing Goods SH01L0EB biM, DUMOND, AND F. Y. S. SHIRTS. XJ IV I 3S RWEAR Of all Seasonable Fabrics. INSURANCE. MISSISSIPPI FALLLY BBA.MU or TK CAPITAI- M. J. WICKS, President, W J. H. KDMOlfDSOM, General Aent : : 200,000 P. B07XJS, Secretary. TSBCFS.Policle either Participating or Non-partteijatlng. on all Uk Improved Plans of USj 1 Inanrasce. No Bestiicltons on Travel or nesioence within the settled ilm'.t of the Cuius! States oi nrlush North America. All fo.lde on lorteilaoi for tneir Eiioitabie Value. The omcers aod Directory of thi Coiapsny are determined, by ajodidon and eeonomlcwl management of lis aflal.s, Ui secure lor It Ins aneoea wblen IU menu a a reliable Institution. mbB OFFICE 291 MAXJCar STREET. Tke Oldeat MabLLslted Dry tiooda aid ClsXhiag Hoi One Years in Meinpnia. -Twenly- KTICK l.RBOCMER Mutual Life Insurance Co., AT MEMPHIS, TEHrT.. ce, Xe. IS KiirierkecEer lellalar;. Ieta, f.tf0,0oo WALKER BROTHERS & CO., DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, GENTS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S READY-MADE CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS. No. 23230 lUCcaln. St root. Clay Bulldlnc. HAVING last received an entire New 8t-ck of Spring and Summer Dress Goods. Tl I !. oX toe tastes. Styles ; also. Lares and Notions, in every variety, loge ner with a targe aa- oilmen', of Heady made loi lung, oi cur own n. a. a lac; re, and a large st clt Stapiel-v Good, we won id call the attent.ou of all Buy-rs to the saoe, reel.ng eamflitant boat we -an swat tbem in pnoe and nuality selling tsvodat price wblch will favors-ly compare with markets. mnzs ami Me al eau QStm on off the pianj, and tAn General tAr Office of IA. Company. Dl RETTORa AT ME MPTIIS : HJsSDCaaoN OWES, of Measra. Owen. I Nrm at Co - I NK WTfJI r)BD,of Merrr. Tewton Pord Co. w.H. i. HKKjti.rTesiaer.'. nnc.ua aiioa . a ; ALBFTtT KIKE. Attorney ai Lw ; b. j. -r. HMtX. of i H aK Lb U PAKTAK, of Messi. rwnee a CH ELi3 koP.TBECHT, Attorney at Law ; JOHN P.THEZBVAM. oX Mexars. Kajstar Xrexevani 4 Co, OH MHO iN, ef Messrs M ooa A Co ; NAT 3 GHJsE.s, of .-weaar S. a. Green a Co.: J. alANWOGU at'SiiiS, of aaasia. Jlensta Bras : M. r. KEi-iTEDY, of Ufjgyjg a ansWSil. MKDiCAL UAMiNCflB: & W. MJTtHKLL, U-li , lHASa jUCJa M .U. Mea&.-r. Kennedy. Wis- CARRIAGES, ROCKAWA.S, BUGGIES, PHETONS M ... N. B. CLtRKE CO. WAGONS AND Removal. IHE HEJuHHIs CIIY SAVINGS JN3TITU J. TIO.i nve removed their office to OOB K o' JK.- r'UKc-GA" Al VfsMMT hTEErt. . 0. K.1KK, t ashler. Memphis. April 11, 18M. api.il w THE firm of MILLES & LEJDY U dissolved by muiiiil eoaseu., M. ii l.eldy assuming ail lUhUlUes and c .Heeling all debt, due lhe tlS-o. 31 H. MILLKK, a H. !..-.. uY. Memphiii, AprU IS, im pi5 A Bloody Alfray. We learceil that aa affray ocourred at Spottsvilie, Ky., on last WeilnasiJay wiiich will proiiaMy result iu tlie ileatti of the parlies engagf'!- It seems that Jamefi Stewart, a ciUzea of that place, went to Henderson, when he very unfor tunately drank too much bad whisky, causing him when he returned, to order, very angrily, an old man named Ma.-kelbainey, who had been in tm em pioy, to leave town, w hich tho old suae said he would do if he (Htewart) would pay hitjj what he owed him. This so enraged Miewart that, exclaiming he would pay him, he seized tbe old man by the whiskers and dragged him to the ground ; and getting a four puud weight which Jay near hiai, he struck the fallen man several time on the head and face, breaking his jaw aud fracturing his fkuil. At thin jsinctuie, Muckeluaiuey auoceetled in getting his katfe out of his pocket, and as Stewart waa bending over him to strike him again, he Mit keihainey out him several limes in tbe abdomen, chest aud ribs, inflicting sever .il laigc aud it U supposed mortal wouudn. Dr. Watkins attended both the men, and has said ih-u neither would survive the injuries. F.v ansville Vouritr. IVotice. Estate of Ja:ne Wlckrsbam, Deoeiaed, "JoTK'E 1 hereby given to all persons inter i eeieo, thai Mr. 't. y, Wicsttraliam 1 no luagerour agent la Memphis, sutl tbal his res isr.siion, as Adouniatraior ol list aate of james lexers ha to, esq.. La b-e -. accepted by the County Court or shtltiy eonnty. Mtsira. teecher& Btloner ilrviog Block) ar our attorney s aod agents for all buaincsa in Uemphls, and Mr. r. L. tlelcher nas been ap poinied AdmlnUtntoi or said -iU KObr iti WlCKKKSUAM, Wl .KartstiAM, For b.ra oi Jaiuea Wicfcersham. April U. 1S.S. apis lot PEOPLES INSUSANOE COMPANY, Offlc ?. Ne, 16 MadisdD Street, TEN N. CAPITAL STOCK, : : $300,000 Tint IIKK, MIKIJ. ABU llaK silsks lIKriJTOKsjr W. B. GREENLAW, JAMEs s-LDER, r.W.UGVEct, KHfet. JOtiti UVr.arUN.Ja . v m r v it ttl .m . "ON, i.u...n.-. ;i:iur.it..'.t.l. OFFICEK5 : W. B GREENLAW J i ' : . - i i. . '1. it sV f. KSAD apli lm , ..l. Pree'deBt VI President ...Secretary KEMOVAU 1"US General Southern Prolan : OsVce of the l cauimorc ana uni nai.rdai nas oeea re- moveu iiom tne oiu stand to No. 266 Front Eow, over The well known home of Toof, Philll p A Co. Through Bills Ladlii- c.van to all Eaitern titles, rtates aa low and time aa utile auy omer routn G. k. BuANCHARD, Gaieral Prehrbt Agent, Balttsaosisv JL P. xihr.Kl.Kr, Western Aoat, One nnatl . D. COBB, Agent, 9?M Baltimore 6t "h o Railroad. Lohdqx, AprU i Viscount Cran burne, Marquis of 8aulsbury, aud Becrt- ' Lary for ludia under Lord Derby, i- i dead. His eldest son is Viscount Cran- I burue memner or tue nouse or Com mons for Stonaford, who succeeds to the title aud estate of tbe Marquis. After a parting interview with the O'teen this morning, the J'riiice and Princejsof Wales, aooompauicd by their respective suits, left Loudon on their j visit to Ireland, Tbey will latid in Du i liu at noon to-morrow, jaoaiDOM, April 14. gsreral days' ! later dates from Phrafiuay report tbe torv of the capturn of Aseeosion no founded. The Brazilian fleet, after tbe battle, returned to Curquaity, where it was at last advices. The Paraguayans oiaim a victory in th late battle. Dublin, April 14. The great prepara- i Uoa whioh have been made le give all passible eclat to the visit of the Prince of Wiles, are about completed, Tbe oaslle A dispatch from Monti spl says, Mrr. McGee ro.'usea to aupnpi the addresH or loodolenee trom tie SL Patriok's (Soci ety, as she thinks it primarily responsible for her husband's murder. At St. Kustahe, Oitawa, a man named I. -ban aud his wife were in tbe habit of murdering travelers who stopped at their house. AwMlif lusy attacked a traveler me man with an axe and the wife with a razor. The traveler knocked down his assailant, and bis wife, mis taking her husband for him, out bis throat. Hhe has been arrea ei, aud con fessed all of her ;--t hofriole traneao lion. Three skeieious were found iu the lioure. lhe political exciteroeot Is intense in JSorth Carolina. Bjth candidates for Governor, W. A. (Jraham, ex-(joveruor Vance, ami other leadiug men are cau vsswlng tbe State. It bj oaiculated that not It- -.- than two hundred speeohee per day are being made in iheditterent coun ties. y-The New York AYetinr; Pbt (Rai'l cal) aaye the ilpublican8 are bitterly disappointed at the result of the Connec tion' election. Htanton, and tbe Radical junto at Washington, have applied their "spy" system to Judge Chase, In consequence of a suspicion that he is disposed to do Justice In the impeachment trial. MARRIES. CLATr-TUGtiLE-At the tosldenee of Mis. M. wwen, on Tuesday, April u, iHss, by Rev. Ur. ilauu, Major Cl'.iuf vo Mum ais.me L. liouii, all of this city. And now, Mjr,you have -gone .nd done it at last." It will oeaeen from th j atove Uiat he ha entered the matrimonial tournament and borne oa the prise, to the great disappoint ment of lotions of eouiestanu. We wise blm much Joy in lb uw career upon which he has entered and may no shadow e'er cross, their pathway or dim the sunbght of connubial love. May tbey ever enjoy the smile of our greatest Ueneiabi Gnsrat Peace. General Plenty and (ieaeral Happiness. In tbe Distriet Court of toe Cnlled Stale-, f ST tue liistrict of weal feanesseti m lee mul- ler el Kichard M. Mason, bankrupt. In nanarupicy, District oi West Xennessoe -s To whom it may coucern : ihe unueisiguea hereby give' nnitoe of hts apoiutmeul as aniuuee oi Richard M. Mama ol Memphis, In the county 01 Mbeiby and Slate of l'enuessf e, wamu said iauuct, who na been adjadgsal a oankrapi n; on blsownpeti tlou, oy toe DUirici Court of said nL.rlct Memphis, Tenn., lhe utb day of .April, A. D. IKS. WILUaM i. t lctOlE, apU lawiw Asgl juee, etc. lu the District Court of the United agates, for the Iiisirtot of Wtl Tennessee. In the matter of August Uitaaola. Bankrupt. la Bank mpicy , IHsirtci oi w est Tennessee as. To whom it may concern : Tha tin.lerslg'ied hereDy gives notice of his appoint meut a assignee 01 Augurt Ultidetd. of Mrinpli s, lu me IVunta- of Jlhe.by, and s;at of Teu neaee, within sa.il Ul-trlcl, who lias been sdju ifd a bantrttpt upon his own petition, uy tue lllsi i let Court Oi said D'a riot. ile.upuls, Teunes.vre. ihe ista day of April, A. V. 1M6S. WILUaM Y. CiaoUE, aplUawSw Afatgngsy, etc. . . In the District Court of the United States, lor the District of West Tennessee In the matter of v. T. Rames, BjiuSsruu:. In bankrapuy, Dist not oi West Tcnnessie gC To whom It may concern : r . The auderKlgned hereby give noil..' of hl spp intiueut as assignee of U. T sjarm-s, ol laa county of ohelby, and State ot Tennessee, within said District, who has ueen adjeitgml a ilackrupt upon hlsown pet! aun, by Us District Court oi said Distnc. Msmphis, Teun lhe 1th iiay nf oi'!. A.B., 18. W ILLiA: V. CI BODE, apUlawJw Asslcnre. etc. In lhe b. strict Court of the Unttei mate, for the District oi West i'ennesa la tne mat trio: Benlamia Washer, bankrupt. In Bjot ruptcy, DisUici ol West Tennessee es. To whom It may concern t The u uderslgned hereby givenotioeefhisas poluliuenlasasalcnee ot Benjamin Washer, cf ' cmphis, in tae count v of Kbelby, and etat. or Tennessee, within raid District, who has boon adjudged a bsnarupt upon ins own pet i ll jd. by lhe D.sir.et dun ol said D.strk-t. Meinplds, T-uu.. th lull dav or Aprti A. p. HH WILLIAM Y. CtRODE, apis lawaw- Asgtgjaeia. In the lis'iict Court of the United Slates, for the l'.rlctof West Xeiinese. In Uie mat tar oi Wtlltam B i-wh), bankrupt. In Bank luptcy. D.snictof West Tennensee i. To whom It may eoneero i 1 193 I ' The unders'gncd hesaby rives nolle of hi app ilnunenl as assignee of Wuoana Bow's, of Men i I'l-, lu the county of Shelby, and tJtt of Tennessee, within said Distiiot, wlio has been adjudged a bankruot npon hi own petitlnu, by lhe Dist rict Court of said rMsuiet Memphis, Toua .the mh day if AiwU, A. D 1868. WILLIAM x.tlltoUE. ap!5 lawSw A -sign, etc. In the District Court or the United H tales, for the District of Wtst Tennessee In the mat ter of W illiam Ore, bankrupt. la Bank ruptcy, District of West Tennessee-, To whom It may conoem : The ui.rterwigned hereby give notits of his appotTument a aaetgnea or William rrse, of Memphis, iu tbe county Of Hheiby, ana Male of ieaue--. Within MUd m.ilet. who has been adjudged a bankrupt npon bis own peti tion, by the District Com : of -aid District, Memphis, Tenn. ,'he Mih dsy of AprU, A. D , m-H. WILLIAM V CiRGBsS, aplS Inwlw sa iisi, fto. V kIS01.rH')NOK tXJPARTN EfUHIP. Tbe I copartnership nr-'o ore existin onder tne nam and stile of WM. J. PUTHET st CO., 210 Pront Row, Is ihts day dissolved by mutual on c Hm I. Wav. J. Puthey I aioneautuonaed to Ik. kii.lnMu ct Ih. I.t. Spin satuw uw eusausoa u uio isw utiu WM 1 Mil I si a JdHN HUSTia apU JAB. t. CXIaU8. ENGLISH HOSIERY, la Great Variety. MINKS, VALISES, PORTMANTEAl 3 1 NEW AND DEPTH ABLE 9TTI.K8. EOBESON, SNEED & 00., 261 MAIN STREET, Old SUad Mtrfc Brothers 4 Botan. PINLET'S MOTH PROOF ST. LOUIS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CWW. HARNE SS. mcz. s. a eurc tiueet, ST. 19 r B. Tl. O. BRADLEY. 377 Main Street, Jackson Block, Memphis, Tenn rahiS tf AMUSEMENTS- AUCTTOII. D. A. JANUAKY, President. JAS. H. LT'CA-s V WM. T. Sh.L.fclY.SaoTwitssrT. WM. JN. BJH.IS 1 UN, Gssa 1 A MEMPiits mum mm SPRING MEETING, 1888. Trustee's Sale of Valuable Lands. TlY vtrtne of a Daasi of Tn-r: .Tpoutst 1a me D a Trustee on the let day of February, 1M7. i laswie, If . RosUar, Jr., Dl RJCCTOR'Y : Tame H. Lnea, Sanicel Wl H Tw veil!, Charles ii. Peck, Robw-t K W Valle, lieo. R. RubinsoaKobert St. P. Thorn 'oa,DaVMi li. Pugoson, . Hocan, Hearyr Overstols, shoi.x WtHiam T. Gay, Wm. C. Jamison, en stamp, L. 11. Baser. D A. J .i. art, Joan lea. Jotin issksssarr. L P. Han y. Wm. J. N0" pio0r JleV ; BCCHIVS BT i flvMiv sssJJJH IBs J i r s . .' . 6 FIRST DAT-MONDAY. APR'L27. I FTSST RsCK "stake ; po'se S.O'l ; dasn of one mile, for two year lds : two or moxe to fit.. To name and close on t'.e 1st diy of Aprtl.'Mi. Stosd Rar.-Masks ; perse ro; mile heats, three in nve;r.ee tor an Oil. To name and close Aon'. 18ea. SECOND DAT. First Ract. Puree t) ; mile heats for three year elds ; entrance f 15, p. p.; sa trance money t" go to secocd h'-ne. Rack Purse JCU for ail. THIRD DAY. Firvt Race. tisvyoM House bwepstake. for three y.arolds; dasho two miles; entrance PJO. p. p.; entrance money to ro to seeoni horse: Uayoso iloose to add VOO; lhre or more wi C I TOBaine and clo-.e on the 1st day f April, 19K. gi.-oMi Ka( s -Fur Satas ; mile hts: free for ail. POI'RTB DAT. First Race. Perse V-UC ; mile heat-., three in eve ; free tor all Skim -o Rack. Fcrse TJH): mile heats; fro for ail. FIFTH DAY. First Rack. -Parse MX) ; two mile heats ; free for all. Saconn Rack. Purse 150 ; mile heals ; treefor j.k.j Person, ana recorded In tbs Register s offlc of .riheloy eoantv, Tennessee in Mook .r9, part 2d, page .-"i3 and Sit tose-.ur the payment of otrialu indebtestnes. therein described, an J by virtue or the power ox sale therein con lained on the rood t en of tbe Trust lived be Issja kwaSzaW uml ;V rnniitins of salH Li.im oi ium - t lias; Deed nas been broken . now. therefore ou tue tat -.lay oi On SamreUsj, April 18th, 1868, Asa-IS, Js.nsrj I, IMi, over tya.eee.SSS. Iawatcw INslIciws tn iu TfK BOSTtr raerco aus-rnBreiTijis PLmm, a as gwaxl terwaa m taj rw So BEE HIVE! STATE, COUNTY AND INDIVIDUAL RIGHT FOR SALE SIXTH DAY. First Race Prrse tl.00 : three mile heaw ; free forsll. Seconk Race.- Purse SlXO : mile heats, for beaten horses, to be hindlcspped by the As sociation. JOHS 1)' i sOVAN, President . li. Ui bsof. Me: retry' In front of tbs Courthouse door. Greenlaw Building, on Second street, between the hours r.t IS w..l 1 nVi...b of ua ',1 aaw I will twomileheala; free , jot sale, at pnbilc auction, to me highest bia- uer. ;or i asu. tne ;ouownige crlOfd ;anii - I wit : l'we.vc Uundrsxi and l ifty Acre of Land 1 iyina; iu Shelby eonnty, Tennessee, in eleventh ! ,1th, Civil District, oa Nonconnah erssak, iu I Range s and Section l.cd buua'tedas fol.ows: Pt-gtnEli.g on the south boundary I ne of the Slate at a s.ak, from which north -west :ti links stands a Eiack Htm marked W. P., Poatoatk and Dow od Pointer me s mtuesMt corner of W. rVrMin's entiv. itot; lueace north with said Pereon's line ..-)!-. iii 'ooconnah creek at slaty -six i cha.lus.is ail sevent y-n:ue T9 ehslnsrixanu a-half s'ii links to a stake, which slant; twenty (ili links east of a ..jack Uam ruarsed i W. P., Sweet (insa. Dogwood aud Whiteock l Pointer ; thence east at slaty-one m 1) chains , ciossing said creek, n si' oue bundled and . eity-eLht (leti chains twelve (t2, link to a : staste fr. m which s uuswesi T west utty links I stands a Sweet Gum roars ed W. P.; iheoce ; soa.lt scveuty-Dln-17) ehaiwa six sad a-luuf (k Ui kvs t a Dogwood on Is stsi line i n arked W. P , Hieawry and Dogwood Pointers ; ; tt-eaoa west wish Lhe SLale lane to th begin -i nlrg. it - etjuiiy or redemption . expressly waived Reitnaxmi upon JLcelimatml Prrtont, or HJOiDMBCB o& rim rjtx. "alSMPHIri BOAR Wormels-f , Joy m CS Ce., S. M. w ebb, 4 Co., .-ey a eijci. . . r.. Jaerb Alexsnoer. Ctai , General . R. PuiTe&L. com. Jose pa E. wont, ' rather. Rev. 8. H. For . JiaUge Fhiueas T. sMgSSJ I UL, Dsssoso Insnranee AGEjrCT Ovticx son tr-.- ., Kit VTu si State A, MisS-eipp!, Ar VT. S TIs Ja313m OF R FJERENCE : ii-n:- MJCi.. I TI3. s-t. t. a I Co.. La ackand, nttersoc, hauicen, J. 9. Ca t. UraT, lal;.,; No. 4S Madi- -J. H 'lanasn- McJlAH-jJ-'. FIALEYS CHURN BASHEB. VARIETIES THEATER, Corner Main sad Watbingtea Sis. CHAw. H H. BROOM, Lessee and Proprietor. J In said irust Dsed. Tbe title 10 said Una. is I Detieved to be (.ooa, out i am convey only sacn titie as i3 ves'.bu In mwo ider siiU Trust Dead. WM. H. oOD, Tru-ree. MemptiM. 16th Msreh. 18S8. mhlT td Trua too'i Sale OP fls1--T Dlnnn nf I mnotiTri ;Rt in no fi n I I uni nan, ui biiiw u m unj . j I2r0 CBES t1. YA1UABLE LAND DOORS OPEN S O'ClAJCK; PERFORM- (j.V TS. 3 sssissN AN DO ROAD, nce to comii.ence at 7 o'sloek. Kn-rajf - I About Six Mile South of Memphis. k - s a. 3 3 B v.. ,OOK8 OPEN SW O'ClaJCK; PaXPOItM- BSDt of JilHNST HART and O-CAR WII t la, tne King and Priaoe of stIrisLresy; Is 'lie EUITH Miss BEaiKlig KENT. Mis SE' LIK WHITNEY, s'lss BELF.N DtVEKF, Miss i-IZZlE WIIKs.LER. Mhss KAlfc C .NWEL1. CHARLKY HOWARD, JOn CsiID-, TON T RkNToN, CHARLEY M ill IS. and M.WUK MANNING, apiear nightly In new S ngst Dances, Unrletias, Farces. Pantomimes, eir. Admission ail cent : Private Boxes, ii. nihl FIXE SIMPLE Hi YES. $a 00 MMYIDIAL RIfiHIS. $5 00 For. CIBCCL1BS ADDKEi8 Joliu S3. Finley, PATENTEE, No. 13 Madison Street, (OVER LEDGER OfPK'E), Memphie, : : : : Tennessee. Hives and individual rights for sale. Ad- J E FINLEY. Memphis: Parties desiring an agency or to purchase any of tbe following counties, to-wit: WHOLESALE CASH HOUSE MENKEN BROTHERS, 263 MAIN STREET, JCoT KECElVaD flOO We will sal! for tbe Trcatee, SATURDAY. APKIL. lSixt, 186S. At 12 o'clock, at tha Courthouse door, in tircen law RIoeE, FOR CAH, Zi: acre superb farni iug laud, located as sbove. subdivided into -trac'- o: about one hundred acres each, conslii ared one of the dnest bodle of land of Its size in BLetby coanty. Mach of the .and will yie.d I ICO cord of wood per acre, with a market "a ' the grnnnd for every cord that is eat. We ' earnestly Invite to this sale every osae who j wlsne to Invest hi money la l&nus near Mem phis. Male Dcsitivs Title perfect. ROYSTER, TREZEVANT A CO- Anctloneers. Ledger copy. apl5 td S Z a U a s v ii a 9 5,000 MORE AGENTS WASTED! as r r r 9 Admin ist ra tor's Safe. TtHE nsdcratxned wilL on the 10th DIY OP APR! ., tSSM. sell, to the hif best bidder, ail the penonsl property of Robsui Ranks, dee'd, r.tnsistipg of ousehold Furniture, as follow.. : .!r. arts and Raddlnv Riirsians Wartlroop. i arpe.s, ba.r, i able an i Jsitcuea Furniture, i of your own S.te to t-ke ulace at lh o'clock, at the late rest- ! tom' a- ing n deuce of H- Banks, corn.-ro' Poplar aad-econd. own man aplOrl J. HALSIEAD. Adm'r. ACTIVE MEN! IF YOC WORK IT WILL pay you ; If you dont, you'll siortw, and ctcght to do so. Don't comp'aln that "yoo bar no raprtal." But little is icqulred. The uv'i the rrurjgp, tksj swr these are th main capi-al. Y'onng rai.c. the tww monihe b-aru jon are paying while waiting and looking around f ir w. ik" will give yoo capital to make fotupe with tnw UASHUR long b re you'll get a nerma as and lucrative isatlse a eterk. With a Msa..' capital, a vnii and hearty work yott'ii scon oe oo.-s end second n.i. tier to r.oae-sjwataeasi OF - STAPLE DRY GOODS, WHICH WE OFFER AT NEW YORK PRICES FREIGHT ADDED GRAND NOVELTIES TRUSTEE' SALE OF LOTS BAGBY SUBDIVISION, Monday, the 4th Day of May, 1868 4 8 Trcttee In certain Deeds nf Trust xecntd ."V to me by the several part, I will sell, al t-obue s .:. to the htgrest bidder, for cash, at the .Hai.aioom of Hoyster. Tiessvaat Co. Auctioneers, Ne. 278 Second street. In the city of Mem ph Is, on Monday, the 4th Day of May, 1368, n your sa n hoi- fn yos.r cwb Jntjrmrn c your y p!en'y iaocy to lend, and. irwsr tboifaaais ol dtnrieonea r-di ' advise ycu. be wevex, tu it 'j.et when sue frtenrt tm i orrlelous and suiicitnoa. If nwe. yeo'll snrn be wttrat loung m in, thisiath " worl'l's I it with a- irrn nerve. DAi-HKRabwaUtnig. t a few months aao.whta Hgtrly. Perh.ps'ja lade too I mai, an enJar- Rutherford, Bedford, Williamson, Wilson, Maury, WLU address Warren, White, Franklin, Marshall, Cannon, Davklson, OUes, Robertson, Sumner, Coffee, Lincoln, A. G. WATKINS. Proprietor, P or ALNEY H. Mi LEAN, Agent, Foaterville, Tenneasee. Agents wanted in the abovs counties ; mr a part of tbe oounties will be sold on reasonable terms. Address as above. Any information in regard to Alabama and Mississippi, address O. B. Parker, Xo. 13 Madison St., OVER LEDGER OFFICE, Where Hives (In any quantity) can be had at a fair price. Agents wanted In every county In Alabama and Mississippi. Superior inducements offered. Bee specimen Hives and Bees at work la the FINLEY HIVE, at th office of 0. B. Parker. Counties for sale In Kentucky by HILL A ICKEB, ap!5 Bowling Green, Ky. IN- DRESS GOODS AND PARASOLS -AND- LACE PO E aST T 8 JUST OPKNKD AT MENKEN BROTHERS. Tin Plate. Tin Plate, Tic Plate ! 117 E Aire) rats Wanted for th OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THK WAS, It Causes, Character Conduct and Keaali. Br Hos. Alexander h. Stephens. ITS ready sale, combined w th an Increased commission, make It the beat subscription book ever published. One agent In Eastoo, Pa., reports 72 sobcri bers In three day. Another in Boston, 108 subscribers In four days. tsend tor Circulars and see oar terms, and a foil description of tbe work. Address. NA TIONAL PUBLISHING CO , St, LosTlaTjao. pi daw Da have on hand and to arrive, wbtch w offer to Uie t ade. at the lowest Quota tions, tn quantities to sun parmaaers : 4006 boxes Tin ri.it... ir 10-11. 1400 " " " IX 18-14. 20o " - I4J ll-lO Tewsie Bsflac , 400 bwxe-s Tim Plate, IX 1 1-20 Tease awntlng, 1000 boxes Tla Plate, sitcl sicca, 10O0 Sheets Braziers' Copper. 10, 11 mm la p mod. Havlncbeen appointed agents for some of the larcest Eocnsh Manufacturer, aad be.ng dt reet importers, we ar . prepared to offer lnducs menss for buyers to purc'ias in this msrket. tiRIKPr V HTHMHM, No. 4 and 44 Tchoupltoolss Street, ap9 lm New Orleans. At 12 o'clock m the tallowing Lots in IhetBagb; SuUlivislrin, conveyed to rue In Trust by tbe Leeds of said parties, to aecui e the payment t certain notes described In said Deeds, which remain unpaid : Lots and 1, conveyed to toe by Qeo A. Clark ; Lo:s . 7, 24 and 25, conveyed to me by Walker Stanley ; Lot .a. conveyed to me by Geo. Bay miller ; Lot 1, conveyed to me by Martha Lenolre, Three are handsome Lots, Just beyond the corporate limits, aad the utie is believed to be perfect, though 1 oonvey as Trustee only, apt iu KiiaM P. TtlEZHVANT, Trustee. of coo re, wtt i ' million o S I hold th t to v come oriurrtnv yon ioae your " k.ndftmOt:- war,' and yon mnst n perhaps yon think Th 'usands h 'Ught so now recommend It m thik tke - Dasher prtae. We on:y reply that - tall oak from ttt ; e aooins aT'.w." If von are irns r-.s f an stature o. the tat oak. we are -alstred thai yon so oversbad w the Little Ua.sh, aaui he o i ao ue to yoiT9t-ive or oa sawrusi beneflt " , Perhaps the cuuery is so he. l!y bn ke' Uiat I yon cant and sales, ever be nor win be so near exhausted of snrrency that lhe cottcat dollsr" of the father, son or husband will not , come to light to bny so useful at acceetable an article the DASHEH. The wonsBnule Little as you think of it. If sbe sawaDtSH bR why DiHEg as cuius. ThorTT., .,. or i Ueatar-. al over the country. crih, HexrW Kssa y nd West, can teat fy to the fact, that wfceo.v e: ii.eir wives, uaugnier and swe-thenrTJ vc neavrd Of IPS DSiiKB. Imcortnr if.sa na-ref only cnased ustii the DlSUEIt was obtai acd. Ot Three Dollar, and btea ae, wt b.p to i reranne ine enmare is soa arv, s-v. m ... Ohio, ll'inol. luwa, Pennsylvania xld enougii up there, ai.d p entv of tma and ' tbey need . inieibtng better tbn ihsv As re , already, if It is Sour hem and thy aoaltt test It heats ail tber uivenliuns. PerUans this laU tude U too cold. WelL we have neb's open in Maryland mlgbi please iu better to sebte DasHPR. and live oa the fat oi ihaiafs ad the sea Perhaps lhe ' kind of money ha HrcolaUoa" twrtyour-Mt. wa, yvi, eu .TrcL- , lfornia on good terms, and, villi tbe L' -h 1 rs i La hansl,oon be an lLdcpendent x th prw- prtetor of the r! hes- " ranch - " . y,00 aM'L wm o make moncv ag alL Clh, weU. we wo: a not Ulkiog to yew, ssy , fr!22d: wr' ts1drssi.-5 th.; w ware setmff aid stsssrvwtp -vork who wished to be independent and cn their - own hook." couuue and States open for aaencr evw. asster. IMtTR wo su atopic) riv inousand Atuts -slv them territory in any ri ivctio-j. ou liberal asi-ms. ThaFl.VlEYi HCRD.sSHfc;R is-'at.ed everywhere at S3, and are hem, sold rrlStr all sooth of tbt. as well ss nt Cincinnati, L n ss viile. Chicago, Kansas Ciiy, iswaaia, lrideroa dence. Port mt?U. etc , t. Apply in pervon. ox ay letter Ml stamp) to Tbs g IMMWWfO ml W 1851. wbete- wiii 1.1. r' " 'it "i s I tlmss gvtngany informailQn.ln peeson or bv mm iny psrtle rfosiringaee-ry foTtbe I'ASH! rnh MsdwsSrwet. Mwpbi,. REMOVAL. VANOB c3 OO.f (Formerly Jay J. Jones), HAVE REMOVED TO Ml MAIN STREET, opposite conn Sqnare. whore they will con ti sue to receive all the latest styles of Miilinery and Dress Trimmings. For sale to tbe TRADE ONLY. Having disposed of ray business io Mampbis to Vane A Co.. i would respectfully lssstwi mend lh now concern to my former customers. JAY J. JuNcb. Nw York, Marsh I, Ms, aaha Lm THO! AS KICHFJs0T CHARLES K. ViCKERR- SicaaTAav COLLIER taMPANYMAXLFAiTL BES For Sale BY ALL DEALERS LW SADDLERY & HARNESS IricUos, Triinljjsi, SXto., leinphis and Mississippi Valley ; AreD, fE&S&'g BY THE ap 4 eodawSm MA YD WHLX fe A.I)tHSO., MARBLE WORKS. No. 59 Union Street, Hstwssn 8ooTd anrT Trilrrl. tan IS IBS C. N. CASE, Js 4 , a wposjrnrr rdrvak. Dm. JAS. YOl'NO having returned to Mem phi, offers cis prof stioi sl servtoea to bis oil! frtemts and tne puonc vjco wun iir. Al len. Kit Will urn Block, np.i:.us. Avenae, oa square north of w LUiaei M,d- o i tlouodary t Brink-aptlsi m Toil3i COI.Q4 Tm at r j . ) Are lied thella., ,ala. K ... mm sataMa S1 I H. ana as knwn v tha. ist. nd. atl-d by dfSMLss.a, ass cnumm. YWsl a.