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BROKERS. HOXSABRAT, LAMER CO,, Irvine Block. opposite Court square. M KM PUIS... TENNESSEE. -Rm advertisements in another column. 0P-3ui MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE 11 A I Ij K O A D. 53 II I IIS MI OUT EH Than any Other Route f 1.0 GRFNADA, JACKSON. VICKSBURO 1 mid New Orleans. Trains leave daily at 4 Jt p.ui. Tiuie to Now Orleani. S8 hour, liagsnse Checked ThrougU. Through tickets for sale at Mississippi j aud Tennessee Depot, root Main street, and at X10.D C. P.OAKLKY. , , in I Ti.ltctjtrent ms.r'211-lT I'UBLICJEDGER. DIUcc. No. 13 MadUon Hirwt MKMPHlSi Thuiatlay Evening. Jane 28 1866 WHAT TEHHE88EE 13 ASKED TO RATIFY. . He volutions bave their siuguWritii-s, ami the reqneM of forty members of Con gress, that the Tennessee Legialatoe be convened, and that it ratify the Consti tutional Amendment, U one of ihera. It is sintailar that these men should wear faces that cannot Mu.iu to make such a proposition. They have no deient ex cuse for asking the ratification of au t l.y aStute to whieh tliey denied (he privi 1hSp of voting upon in Congress. When the Constitution provides llmt Congress, l.y a vote of two-thirds, may propose amendments, it means a Congress com posed of all the States, and not a part of them. Surely, if Tennessee is s Slate for the purpose of ratifying a Constitu tional Amendment, it is a Stnte for the purpose of proposing it It was no n State for the last , it is shameful to maintain that it i a Ktate for the first. Congress, we are told," is to he the judge of the qualifications of its mem bers. Each Stale is entitled to send mem bers. Tennessee was not entitled to send members, and is not, therefore, a State. It is only a State fhat is entitled to an elected Legislature. If Tennessee is not entitled to representation in Congress, it is not entitled to a Legislature, and an attempt to ratify a Constitutional amend ment would be an act of revolution. Can the men at Nashville comprehend this logic? If not, they had better call in the school boys, or consult the highly in telligent colored barbers about Capitol Hill. Let us see what the so-called Legisla ture h to ratify, for ratify it will, if a quorum can be obtained. The thing is called a Constitutional Amendment. It ' is intended to operate on eleven States as conditions precedent to their righl to rep resentation in the Government They are States if they ratify ; they are I'roe jircjif they do not. But admitting the power to rulify, what does the amend ment mean? What are its fundamental provisions? They are thus defined by the Cincinnati Union : " 1. It recognizes, and, indeed, estab lishes the doctrine of secession. The whole measure is grounded on the hy pothesis that the Southern States did, by their pretended secession, actually get out of the Cniun as Stales; and that now, although the rebellion is fully sup presied, and ihe people of the Southern Slates nnl only submit to and sustain the Constitution and law of the United Sinless but get upon their knees, and in deep humiliation change their Rocial oig.iiii.ition and abolish nen slavery in urJei lo alapt themselves to Northern opinions, and respectfully ask for a rep ivHiiti.tiori in Congress, yet they are i . .1.1 bv the Congress of a part of the Mates, ' You Lave forfeited your rights a.s States and become disfranchised, and t an only become entitled lo a represen ts!. on aht-n you shall be readmitted on such terms as we may prescribe for your hilmij iun ' This is a repudiation of the whole doctrine of President LiitcoLif diring the fc'fci aa to the fact and legal possibility of secession. " 2 It establishes tie doctrine that a Congress i.f a part of the States ran not only mul.e laws for the entire country, but iui the people of Slates denied a ri pif.-ei.tation. In other words, il is a i.piiliatiuii, not only of the doctrine that repirri.lulioii and taxation must go together, but also of the whole doctrine of the inalienable right of self govern ment, as announced in the Declaration of Independence.. ":!. It is a repudiation of the consti tutional provision which gives a repre sentation in Congress lo each Stale in the Union. During the rebellion, while the Southern States waived their right to a representation in Congress, it was their .own fault, and they could not complain But now, that the rebellion is suppressed, and they submit to the Federal Govera-njt-nt and ask a representation in Con gress, it cannot lie refused theui without admitting that, ly secession, they ac tualiv gut out of the Union, and also. without reDudiatinff the fundamental doctrines of popular govern ment. ' 4. It goes beyond all this: The pro posed cmer.dmer.t of the Constitution are made on the hypothesis, that a Coo cress of a part of the State can alter the Constitution, and frame a new gov ernment fundamentally for Other State in the Union, but denied a represent tion or voice in framing these proposed amendments. What would the sages of the Americaa Revolution have said to such a doctrine as this? '5. This measure proposes that the Concrws of only a part of the States, refusing a representation to other States in the Union, and duly electing and askicg a representation, may frame, .make, pas and propose emendmeatj to the Constitution, actually changiag, fundamentally, the form of our Govern ment, without even sobmittinj the same to to the President for his appro, val, notwithstanding the provision of the seventh section of the first art.cle of the Constitution, that 'Every or dor, resolution, or vote to which the coa enrrence of both Houses may he neces sary! (except on a question of adjourn ment), shall be presented to the Presi dent of the United States, and before the same shall fake effect, shall be approved by him, or being disapproved by him, and returned with his objections, shall be re-passed by two-thirds of the Senate j and House of Representatives, accord ' ing to the rules and limitations prescri bed in the case of a bill.' ' SANTA ANNA'S Pi AN. Sasti Akha, who is reported to have ten million dollars deposited in the Bank of England, is maturing his plans for an early return lo Mexico. He proposes to establish a uew State Government in Mexico, of constitutions and hiws repub lican iu formwith the Church for its head. One of its essential conditions is, however, a complete assertion of prin ciples and interests between ihe United States aud Mexico upon the following basis : The United Stales to advance to him one million dollars and three thous and men, in return for which he will swear eternal gratitude to the American nation, und give it in security certain Mexican provinces and territories. This contract once sealed, Gen. Sasta Ann will immediaiely start for Mexico, where his presence, his men and his million will create the greatest enthusiasm. Ac cording lo his own statement, the Church will take him by the hand, the army will prostrate itself at his leet, aud the best pari of the Liberal party, renoum ing its present leaJcrs, will" form an intimate allegiance with him. As to ihe Imperi alists who stuck to MaXImiuas, not through love, but through fear and cora pulMon, they will be loo happy to place thp Government under the protection of the General, and lo abandon a cause without dignity or strength in the pres ent or prospective future. fRIVATE BOADS UNCONSTITUTIONAL The Supreme Court of the Stale of Illinois, in the case of Nf.hbit vs. Tru'a so el al , argued at the last January term, has decided that the act of Ihe Legislature authorizing the opening of private roads is unconstitutional and void, tiie Leiislature having no power to authorize the taking of private property except for public use. The decision will. close all private roads (and their name legion) established, and prevents oth ers from being opened. No decision of the Supreme Court, for many years, will have a more direct bearing upon Ihe peo ple, and will cause more annoyance and nciiuvenienee. It will completely ence ii i i. . in many small lamia, ami pri-n-m .u.-., owners frjm any communication with the " rest of mankind," unless by Com mitting trespass upon the lands of others. McNEIIm (Jen. Mi Nkii , who butchered Confed- edi rate prisoners in cold blood in Mis souri, bus published a defense of him self against the attack of Gen. Bl.Aln. bo lashed him unmercifully. In his . i i. i t reuiai'KS ue nut uniy luniws mr inui- upon bis superiors, but says: ' A literal compliance with the orders of this military department for the year 1&G2. would have raiisd a series ol mili ary executions, before winch tins oae would have faded iuto insignificance." Why does not some one call upon this monster to produce Ibo military orders he refers to? If they authorized an in discriminate butchery, as is to be .in ferred from this language, why hnvethey been allowed to sleep in bloody oblivion, while McNeil has been outlawed from all bumnn fympatby, for killing only ten pri.-oner ats one time ? i REPUBLICAN EASKONT. The Albany ArgvsW- Thad Stc- vtK declared, while he was applying the lash to his followers, who curled under his dictation like whipped spaniels, that the clause disfranchising rebels until 1870, was the "vital" point to the whnie proposition, and that without it he would not give "the snap of bis finger for it" The proposition has gone before the Sen ate, and this "vital point has been stricken out by a unanimous vo:. This shows that the party has no principle, no fixed purpose or rule of action. The whole machinery of the Government is sought to be ased to perpetuate a party. The interests of the country are lost sight of in their effort to power. What one considers as "vital," the other repudiates. COL. 0L000SKI. A Mobile paper learns that Col. Oi.o- Boski, formerly of the I'nited Stales Ord nance Department, and afterward chief of the same branch of Ihe service under Generals Baicoand BExcacoxan, is now at his advanced period of life, working as an engineer in Mexico at 1 10 a month Col. Oi.odoski is a Pole by birth, and, having taken an active part in the rev olution of 1831, bad to escape from Po laud into France, when he left for the United Slates, where h entered the army in the humble capacity of Ordnance Sergeant NASHVILLE. A Nashville dispatch of Tuesday says The Criminal Court has been engaged foor days in trying the two murderers of Bryan, the toll-gate keeper on the Leb' non Pike, last December. Two days were occupied with the arguments of counsel The best talent was employed on both tides. One speech convulsed bar, jury and spectators with tear. Afto being ont two hour, the jury returned a verdict of guilty of murder in the Erst degree against both Green and Lyman. The case will be earned to the Supreme Court felTTbe Emperor of Austria is said to be devoured by a deep melancholy which be only shake off in momenta whea most occupied by busiaesa Abandoned by so many in this hoar of trial, and surrounded by danger of which be can not fathom the depth, "it is not strange that at hi age he should feel so heavily the weight of bis position. ' ! I, Thp ' Gladiateur" Is the new style of apology for a hat, at present all the rage among the ladies. It was origi nated bj the lorettes of Paris. It consists of about fifty cents worth of braid, woven into the shape of a puckered pancnTte, and ornamented with vegetable devices, of the mushroom order.. Price, $10. Most of the Soothew Slates are taking steps to establish orphan associa tions for the care and education of those made orphans by the disasters of the late war. iThey are gotten up by private charity. In Mississippi, they are to have one at Lauderdale Springs ; in Tennes see at Clarksville. gtir Some oue thinks the ratification of the Constitutional Amendment by the Tennessee Legislature not quite a sure thing. He is mistaken. , Vq, think our State will be the first lo fall into Hue, though it be a notorioun ' fact that the people are opposed to it. ' ' loir A man,! named Cswpbei.i.. has appeared in Washington, ' prepaped to swear that, as a witness before the com mission which tried Mrs Scbiutt ami others, he swore falsely lo statements implicating Mr. Dim in the asisssina tion of Mr. Lincoln- : Hon. Assos BrRUXeUu has pur chased a tract of land near San Mateo, containing one thousand one hundred acres, and proposes lo become a resident of California as soon as Lis niihfion in China is ended. JtjTA dispatch says Governor Caxr, of Maine, will convene the Legislature in extra session, to act on the Constitu tional Amendment, a sufficient num ber of Governors will do ihe same to ac complibh the object. . , t& A housemaid advertises fur a sit uation, in W-Vew Zealand paper, with the proviso, "None but a respectable mistress", who wishes to leave her servant in uninterrupted chnrge of her duties, need apply." ( BfiThe appointment and assembling of the present Legislature of this State was a military measure. If all other mil itary measures , have been withdrawn, why does that body remain ? The Boston Post says Jn.tx Daly is furnishing the dramatic daily food of the Pittsburg theatre-goers. What infants the theatregoers of Pittsburg must be I gU M. Alkxispeb Dumas left Paris some days ago for Italy, where he goes lo join Garibaldi, and become his his toriographer of the campaign. S Robinsok, Ihe " bare-backed" cir cus ri'ler, gets an annual salary of 24, OW." For doing more, MeKes received considerably less. IkF The difference between Cabuslk'h Works and Beadi.e s Dime Novels, is, llmt while the first are sententious, the olhi-rs are teii-centious. Bat The Prince of Wales has break fasted with Lady Scarlett no relation iu the scriptural woman in red kdTJEKKV Likd recently gave a con cert at Nice. It was aountiess a nice concert. CfJU Mauoie Mitchell had prime suc cess in Springfield, Massachusetts. from New York. New Yore. June 26. The morning papers contain the following special dis natches from Washington: r ' w Uovernors swan, tox ana inonon are understood lo be in no haste in conven ing their respective Legislatures to act on constitutional amendments, and to have signified the same to the President. Tennessee men now here doubt whether Gov. Btownlow can get a quo rum together in any reasonable length of time ' ' ' , ' Gen Howard, of the Freedinen's Bu reau, has just received a report trom Captain S. N. Clark, mi inspector of the bureau, of its operation in St. .Mary s and Calvert counties, Maryland. Capt. Clark reports matters in a very unsettled condition. The most encouraging fea ture i the fact that a considerable num ber of colored people residing in the above named counties; are owners ana lessees of lands. The wages paid la boren are for women, five dollar per month; fir men, eighteen dollar, and twelve dollars with rations and quarters. NotwnlistanJine the negroes work well, yet bad feeling still exists between the two races. NschooU forfreedmen hare vet been established, the white citizens Irf-inff nnwillinir to countenance them. the most general complaint among the freed neonle is eoncerninc the loose mauner in whieh their children are bound out. Over five hundred children have been auprentieed since lastNovera her, and some planters have as many as ten children bound to theca. A Mrs. K. D. Sollars, living in Calvert county, has three children bound to her, one of whom she hires out to a doctor, receiving com sensation for its services The provisions of the Civil Rights bill in emirelr disrerarded. Judge Wro. H Tuck, at the Mar term of the Criminal Court of Calvert county, sentenced four men to be sold into slavery for periods ranging from six lo eighteen montn. The offense of which these freedmeo were guilty was petty larceny. Secretary Stanton ba so far recovered from hi reeeat illness a to be able 10 return to the War Department and re sume his duties. Representativ E. B. Washburoe, of Illinois, was takn suddenly ill with con gestion of the liver daring the jirocel ngs of the House to-day. II fainted away, and was taken to the residenre of tiesu Grant, where be nw ln-s dauger ously ill The friends of Jeff. Davis have aban doned the idea of getting h"m released on parole. It is alleged by the counsel of Mr. Davis that his health is very poor,' and that a change of air will be more benefit that all the medicine in Christen dom. Mr. Greeh?y i eery rgn. in the mat ter, and ha pat on record a strong let ter to that end. The President, however, ha give no indication that he will in terfere on less it i pot on the ground of Davis' feeble condition. The report of the surgeon, which is received every week, is that he is gradually improving The report of the investigation of the Memphis riols, made by Col. Johnson, Inspector General of the Department of Kentucky, and Maj. Gilbraith, aid to Gen. Howard and Assistant Commis sioner of the Freedmen'i Bureau, ha been made public. They say that the remote cause of the riots was the ill feeling existiug between the low whites and blacks, both of whom are equal in intelligence, being as degraded as hu man beings can be, and each rival claims superiority over the other. The direct cause was a collision be tween the police and the discharged col ored soldiers. The oivil authorities took no official action in the matter what ever i be City Itecoraer maae a speecu to the mob, urging them to kill the en tire negro race, and burn Bp1 the cradle. The quarters of Gen. Runkle were alto threatened witn obstruction. xnree negro churches, eight tchool-houses, fiv of which belonged to the United States, and about fifty private dwellings, occu pied exclusively by negroes, were burned. The loss to the Government and to the negroes will foot up to $98,300, and prob ably much higher. , . i. '.. Seward, Napoleon and Maitmlliaa-A Bit of Bosh-Santa Anna to b watensa. Nrw Yoke. June 26. The Herald Washington special says : It is stated by prominent Senators in Washington that Mr. Seward has concluded a secret treaty with Napoleon by which the United States it debarred from interfering with the movement of the foreiga troopa now supporting Maximilian- After the with drawal of the French Maximilian, it is understood, will offer himself as a candi date for the Presidency of the Mexican Republic. ; i "'', Having secured that position, he is to take advantage of any small revolution of which Mexico affords so many, and declare Jhimself Emperor, thereby flank ing the Monroe doctrine, and having a firmer Imperial throne than at present. It is urobable the Senatk will solicit in formation from Mr. Seward concerning this little game. The same special also says a dispatch from General Sheridan to General Grant states that nine-teutba of the Mexican people are opposed to the longer reign of Maximilian, and that whea the French, Austrian and Belgian troops are with drawn he will have no supporters in all Mexico. The dispatch further states that Santa Anna is , understood to be here in the interests of both the Maxi milian and the Church parly, and should be closely watched by the United States authorities. . ..-it .., ; BY TELEG11APH; THE NOON DISPATCHES COTTON AND GOLD QUOTATIONS New York, June 28, 11.-30. Cotton nominal and unchanged at 37 fo 38; gold opened at 154. - . " NEW ADVERTISEMENTS UOR RENT. NEW HOTEL AT MOUND X City, Arkansas. For particulars apply to J. H. WAUtiK.NER, 2V4 Main street. ANTED. -FOUR YOUNG MRN AS I waiters. Appiy at the Mood Ides, be tween 11 and 12 a.m. je2-8t WnO HAS LOST A MARE? ON TUB niaht of June 23d, ISfiii, a youns man giv ing his name as Stanley, lelt a uare at my house, ander riroumtances which induces me to believe she ia a stolen animal. Said mare is about 16 handa high. 7 years old, and light bay with b ack legs an to the knee, black mane and tail, and one weak eye. She is saddle marked on weathers, me owner is nereDy nn titiwi to come forward. Drove property, pay charges, and take possession. My resideuc can be ascertained at Jut Main street, Memphis, Je2H-lww J., ri. Mlbun. To the Citizens of Memphis. "KNTSi THE TIMK FIXED BY THE I charter for the election ol Mayor having passed wi bout an election, I now announce to vou that I am still a candidate for the May oralty when the election aoe come on. I am, respectfully, your fellow -citir.en. je28-te W. l. FEK(il'S0!t. The Late Wra. T. Haskell. 'I'HK FOK.HbK PERSONAL AMil-Ui.li-1 ical friends ol the latoOen. William 1- Ilas- kell, aro requested to" rorwara to nis wmow (Mrs. Pamlee Hkcll. care of Dr. Collins, Greenwood, Shelby county, any docuinculf, letters or other papers ol his cmnposition, now in their posswi'.n. with a view to their embod iment in a memoir of the eminent statesman, hnrtiv in be uilbiUhcd. -Nahviile, Knoxvillo nod I.oubvilla, as well as all pnpors in West lennessee. are re qucted to pahii'h this notice jeZi lw MEMPHIS TROTTING PAUK. Fridav. June 29th, 1866. 'I'HEhE will le a ullAXD PACINll tE.t n roiuo'ifi at m atui e park on t n day. June iiHb, Ho. for 1000 Dollars a Side, Two nil heals, bixt two io lb ret. to h.trne-s and to rule: kiemi ;sptaia Ablesgrry konaaiid Mr. t-i Mn I i. norre. Jumci Cowan entert gri-r gelding "Here.' Colonel Di:key cnlen ba gelding Dulineaa The above rn't lo rouiuD-ure at four o'clock m' HVATr. OliF.LL A WOLFF. j, 1 1 Proprietors. XlTbAMA STREET. The itil Important Sale of the KeaoD, Lair a Number cf Building Lota and aa excellent and conve nient Dwelllns; House, We are airected to fll at aactioa, on aatur day Korniiig. JaiyTth, (.a the pretaiien. at 10 'dock, that valaable property known as the " Killer fropertj," silaated en Alabama street, at the lntrwila nf Thorot'e arms, ml iu.K.diale!y o.piif the pn.perty of Baa Hmlt. Km. Th property rtlead. froal Ala bama ttrt to the wnl iMe of the Market trvt br'id. and it the hirb-t r.nd withi Ihe corporate limit., la a writ ImproTe-l aa still rapidly ImproTinr of the city, eoa Venient In the kaiiant portions, and one of the heslibieit and m'.rt deirble P-ntifrtii lathe eity We have, had the gnaad laid oat suitable hw bM.if l"U, Baaay ef which front a Alabaais tie : and all wuVbeenld apa rnwal le time. The title Is perfect, be- .nrM the ooseitlllfr of Jttme. rJal poeitive. MO.NiAllRAT. LASIFR CO, Aa'Hioneen. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS TJIVIOIV STREET. W will sell at auction, on Tuesday morning next, July 3d, 159, at II) o'clock, on ths prom isee. FOUR BUILDING LOTS, ( .1 -. -' ' ' '.if''; Situated on Union street, east of Lsaderdale street. This property is situated in a most de sirable looation, on on of th best improved street in the oity. Those wishing to secure ither a business looation or a residence lot, or make a paying investment, will do well to at tend this sale, as every lot will be positively sold, th owner being about to loav the city. Till indisputable. MONSAKKAT. LANIER A CO. CITY LIMITS. WKNTY-EIYK BUILDING LOTS Situated on Biinkley Aveaue, , : ;' - -on- . : TOWN RESERVE STREET, AT AUCTION. On Friday Morning, July 6th, at 10 clock, we are directed to sell, on the premise, at auotion, to the h;fhet bidder, upon long payments, Twenty-five Beautiful Luts, Front ins on Brinkley avenue, near its inter section wkh the Raleigh road, in one of the most healthy and rapidly Improving locations n the northeasiern portions of the city. Each of these lots has a front of fifty fuel, and extends back to a wide alley, lfO feet. Ths Street Railroad is being extemleJ, and will past within fifty yards of these lots. Persons wanting a bona in i first-rate. ealtby and Improving neighborhood, this is the chance. Every lot will be sold positively, at whatever piice may ba bid. All of them must b closed out at this sale. The titles are perfect . '. MONSARRAT. LANIER A CO., , Auctioneers. COTTAGE HOUSE & LOT a.x ..vtjcrrioiv. On Saturday morning next, at ten o'clock, ou the premises, we shall seU at auotion a beautiful Cottage Residence situated on Robeson street, just north of Alabama. The houe contains live rooms, kitchen ana au necessary oui houses, cistern, etc. It is a moat exoel lent location, high, healthy and good neighborhood, and la convenient to the Poplar street railroad, the market, and near good schools. Title perfect Bale positive. MONSARRAT, LANIER & CO )e27-4t B0ARDINO-II0USE FOR FEMALE CUb LTAW. LA4JKANUE, TENN. During ra tal ion I will take families to board. The hou.'O in well ventilatea. witn a large ironi yarn wen thaded. Tbo.'e wihing a eurnmcr retreat conldnotSnda more pleasant place than La " Board cheap. ,r -x.v,x.rT, B ACON SIDE? AND LARD. il) casks Clear Sides. 2ii0 kegs Leaf Lard. 75 barrel and half barrels Mola- je-i. r,,a"by R. 8. TAYLOR A CO . jeJ7-lw No. 78 Front tret. To Bnlltlers and Plasterers 1 EhRA CATTA WINDOW CAP3 AND Jiisrkeu. etc. Rimendale and Roman Cement. Mew orK r'lanier rarn. Jul received and for rale al HOLLENBERi A OKRTEL,r. je27-!w Cor. lininaand Second FRANKLIN INSURANCE AND BANKING COMPANY, UUMPHIS, TUNN., I'knrttitd iy ll' Slittt nf TiH-firr in HW), Still rontiouea lo trai.'act solely a general Banking I Exchange Business, AT TBI Cor. ol Front and Jefferson fits Flare f.iimerly occupied by Coamerrial Rank KlftHT IfllAFT FOR N.4I.K la tame to suit, o all the principal ritiei is the tinned Stales. Collections Promptly Attesdei te. t vlR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED 0 (nit department, oavina cr-.unn , r ii. i.i. .rmn,fu.nti at nearlr all the town il lii.trirt of Tcnaeeeee. North M i- tiviprd. Wetter and Interior Arkn.a, aSord ing to w opportunity li.r the eolleMi. of eom- anrrial paper, po c.w e. nr mil ii t . .1 muI I bm. who laae fl IrwKl bu.un lo our car, a. ay rely on lae be auebUou to ibeir int.-.t. OITICKKS: r. n. M-n.unt. wnrrE. rfwi.lcnt. Treaurer. Dinr.cTona: J.J J AWLINOf. firm ef J.J. Rawlings A Co. U. ft. MCLL RK. . M. L. MiKV. trm of Irwin. Sory M Co. l.lCLflll 1 Atlt'. utii'iiif ki.bfi f,rm nf Keertnw Fwrd A Co. W.K LltKaATiLialbreta.ftewrtACo. II. CAKV. Yi. j.M-lm II ( A H U 1 M . 'rnoKK wiphino to oetah a I a. 1 i. u aeaan (il Ml DT S iriie or.m. -".- --, - . A1.ir. t- wh-ri board on be t-m A -oriel rrntlemeo w,th li o W i. rnn Irked rnooM. and eluo ev- wilh etrgwatiy furntehed rnom. i ml sinsie gntiea. Jeii-2w MISCELLANEOUS. Offloial Drawings of the Missouri Bute 4iVlrViJi EXTRA CLASS No. U3-Jsl tl, 1808. 71,41, 67,13, 74,70, 64, 20,44, 15, 72, : 50, 01. CLASS No.40-Juss 27. Win. 71, 44, 45, 55, 70, 69, 8, 39, 11, 62, 14, Rammed to manager June 18th. ticket 38. 48. 61 with prir.eof elO.loV. .! ! i' i GASHED m ill . ..."'" LEGAL LOTTERIES. HrJALKD CIRCULARS. 1 With explanation, NohemeH, Drawing, I. to., Will bs ' '' V ' Hent " free Upon Application. iRDERS MA V BE SENT BY MAIL OR I or avuraii v uuMreflflinil GEO- W. VAN VOAST. No. 2U Garono street. (One door from Main) or Box 83M. Memphie, Tenn. jell 1 IO llfUK, IAS0.U EAGLA'P, Boots, Shoes, undBrogans WHIll.PSAl.S AND SETAII., SHI Mala Htrrrl, , - MEMPHIS. : TENN; mi JB id u2i-lia , Cotton Gins! T SVTKP.S AWn OTHERS WANTING rniin Him will take notice that we, are sole agents for the southwest to sell the - K. Carver Co. Cotton (iln, u .1 i...n . .iiui.lv af .11 .i.ft. on hand. 1 - Also, the wen rortanie uoiion rreee mnuo. Will make a 5tm pound balu by the labor of two wen in ntteen or twenty minutes. AU.i. Portable Engines and Hone Powers, nll .l.a. ll.ltinv nt mnnufactilrer'fl list. lliir unilorm price mr lohod uinn n jiio Dt.LLAKs rfcn BAW. rOKlNS, LIVINGSTON & F0ST, 366 Main street, Memphia. Je2:.-1 in .'BvF., ffORBTl, Agent Sg-ifyjy T.mwa i Stores and Offices for Rent. Stores No. 413, 415, 417, 419 nal 423 Main street.- Al?o, No. SZ Baal itrect : ' : . Alio, No. ii, 75, 79 and W Madison strrcel ALo, ROOMS AXD OFFICES for gentlemen . . - . " : . .1 nuiE SKCOND AND THIRD FLOORS, 1 corner flimn ana real ireoi, mninni Sixty Kooms. Bathing Room, ote., and a very large basement, ine roome win t n-ui ku nf htol In h. k.i.t on tho EurO' pean plan. There will be a large wagon yard connected with the tains. To competent nnd repponrfhle parties a great Inducement win oe given. aiii io P. T. IIUOHEP. io2i-lm 417 Main street. M. COMBS, JR. & CO., Attorney a at Law AND HOI.ICITURH tn CLAIMS Aguin.'tall Departments of theGorarnmcnt Al.UU. FOBEIGlf CLAIM AGENTS WILL OIVR PROMPT ATTENTION TO the rollection of claims arising under the Revenue Laws-such as sen a res. erroneou Hues. !. Claims against the Wuartennanter and Commissary Meneral s IJeparimeni. mr sup plies lurmnel me army ana n irau.i.ri colored or their heiri-at-law ! and claims of all kinds against the United e tales in an uepari ... ,1,. llr.v.mm.nl u 111 also nraciica law in all the Courts nf Record in Shelby county, and the Federal Courts for the District of W est Tennessee Correspondence solicited from attorneys at law and respectable agents throughout the country Terms moderate, and do charge made an le; (.Commnnicalioni by mail (with stamp en -i . j . a.i-Kw.... nmmnl Attention. Rui FBSxrts Every arst -class business house in Memphis, as well a the many highly re spectable cititens throughout Ihs biale, whose claims we have collected. Orflea. Room Wo. 2. PoStofflcS Building i-22-im MEMPHIS, TEN'S BB00KS, NEELT I CO., Commission Merchants uRorr.RH. ritovisiox LIQUOR DEALERS ITo. SPO Front Htreet. Ectweca Court and Madison. ,,rr ATr TUtTLT r.fXLIVINO CON W imments of Flowr. Baron. Pork. Lard w hiskey. "- wo araaeuing m inn rt mark casa rrw.. )'ii-w I.AIUKS. I'l.KASE NOTICE. M1IS. L. IIOWCOTT. DBIBSXAEEB, N t MONROE HTRKKT. MRS. H. IS PRFPABED TO DO ALL kinds of lirewaioking at the sbortaei a- tice ; also famish tnaimiiKi u required. jelC-2w mm aa-a-a I ai.vSL mi lion, chartera. eu t or prninj uwom horses lost by capture or killed in service. F or pensions, prue money; bounty, arrearf of pay, -. jH. ..ffiMn .lili.ra ,ni Hsmm. white or BOMKSL BOOKS and STATIONERY 107 MAIN S T R3 E T WEBSTEH BLOCK. W. Z. MITCHELL, Dealer in irni i IT SS i . AMD : MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock of Bibles, Hymn Books, Frayer Books ' Taatamanta. Juvenile Books. Novels, Haaonio Books, and Diplomas. A LL OF WHICH ARB OFFKRKO AT TI1K rx. Lowoat juarket rncea, Call and examine our eoorls. arll-Sni ELSON BROS., l)7 Main Sti-eet, HAVING DETERMINED TO MAKE A change in our businesi we have reduced our prices to the Lowest Possible Rates, And will endeavor by the lat of August to CLOSE OUT 01 K EMI HE STOCK. Below we give a Price List of some of our Qdods, which, in every instance, we will sell accordingly: , y 'i ; CALICOS, 15o per yurd. DRESS LAWNS, 15 to 30c per yard. ' ORGANDY, 50c per yard. ! IRISH LINENS, 50c to7"c per yard. PARASOLS. 5t!c to $3 0. 6ILK SAQUE3. JS to 82. . , HOOP SKIRTS, $1 to 2 50. WHITB MARSEILLES. $1 per yard. ' LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS. $3perdoien. , FINE H. S. HDKF3.. 1 50 to ?6 per doien. LADIES' FINE KID SHOES, $2 per pair. LINEN TOWELS. 3 5o per doien. WHITE MARSEILLES QUILTS, 12 50 to $a. CRIB MARSEILLES QUILTS. $1 50 to 3.- WHITE SWISS MUSLINS. 30 to 50c per yd. WHITE JACONET, 25 to 50c per yard. NAINSOOK, 25 to 75c per yard. ' ' CHECKED MUSLIN, 18 to 70c per yard. A nA sn .nrlless varietv of Laces, Embroideries. Hosiery, Furnishing Goods, Clothing, etc., etc.. to which we invite the attention of purchasers. wholesslo and retail. Our stock is bound to be reduced by the 1st ot August. 4WRemember the piact. ami guinner. jc?2-1m' Main strccf. MErrL HELMIOLIS FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU Ti'OR WEAKNESS ARISING FROM IX JS discretion. Tho exhausted powers of Ma ture which are accompanied by so many alarm ing symptoms, among which will be found In disposition to Exertion, Losaof Memory, Wake fulness, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil ; in fact, universal Lassitude. Prostration, and inability to enter into the enjoyments of society. , . , The constitution, once affected with Organic Weakness, requires the aid of medicine to strengthen Bnd invigorate the ystem, wnioh Hemhold's Extract Buchu invariably does. It no treatment is submitted to, Consumption or Insanity endues. IIELMIMI.I'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU. In affections j,eculir to " Females," la nne qua'ed by any other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention, Painluliicss, or Suppression of Customary Evacuations. Ulcerated or Sihirrus state of the U terus: and all complaints incident to the sex, whether arising from habits of dis sipation, imprudence iu, or the (Inline or' change in lite. IIELSIKOLIVS riiUID EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMI'HOVlSIl II OK Ml UAKli Will radically extciuiinate from ihe fyitem diseases arising from habits of dissipation at little expense, little or no chiinue in diet, DO inconvenience or exposure : completely super seding those nnpleasnnt and dangorous rcsao dies, Copaiba and Murcury.in nil llio-cdisea". I'SE 1IEI..MIM.1"S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU" In sll diseases of thee organs, whether exist in "Male" or'Tcmale," front whatever causo originating, and no iiiiilli-r Imw long standing. It i pleasant iu tato and odor, " immediate in artion, and more strengthening than any of the preparations of hark or iron. Thos. suffering from broken down or dclicatei constitutions, procure the remedy at once. The reader must be aware that however slight mar be the attack of the above diseases, it is certain to affect his bodily health, mental pow ers, and happinefs. ... Ail the above diseases require the aid of a diuretic. IlelmboId'M Extract nufhu IS TUB OliEAT DlUBimC. UtL.llUUI.l' S UUil1L.t iuju.!'"""". Compound Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla, For purifying the blood, removing ail chronic eonatitutional difeasi arising Irom sn impure tale of the blood, and the only reliable and effectual known remedy for the cure of; Scrofula, Scald Heed.Palt Rheum. I'ains and S-wellings of the Hone. Ulceration of the Throat and Legs, Blotches. Pimples on the fare. Tetter, fcrysip elas and all scaly eruptions ol the skin. AND BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION. Not a few of the worst disorders that affect mankind arise from the corrupiion that accu mulates in the blood. Ol all the discoveries that have been made to purge it out, none can equal io enVt Helmbold's Compound Kit ran SarwipArilla- It cleanses find renovates I he blood instils the vigor of health into the rrstem, and purges nut Ihe humors whieh makedisease. It stimnlatee the healthy functions ot tho body .and expels the disorders that grow and rankle in the blond, huch a remedy that could be relied on on, has long bet-n sought for, and now. for the fir"t time, the public have one on which ther can depend. Our space here does not admit of rertibcatef to show in effects, but the trial of a single bottle will show the sirk that it has vir tue sorpawing everything they h jve ever taken. Twotalile-poonful of the Kxtrartof Sarsapa rilla added to a pint of water is dual to the Li'bnn Diet Urink.and onel.iitleis inlly eqnal tor gallon of Ihe Syrup ol Sarsaparilla. or tbo decoction as u'lialtv made. - lhes. I. lira. n have bcon admitted to as in the I on. . I Mates urrny, and are aIm in very general use ia ail Ihe M.te h.-pnals an I t.uldie sanitary iu.ntuli .ns Ihrouahout Ilia nod. as well aa in .nvate piArt-cra, and are consiflerM as inralnahle reine.n-s. reo Medo-ml pn.pertie. nt Lu.hu, from Pis psit"ry ..I the I niled SUIes. te PndVvir Icwer' valuable works oa tho rrwiiee of I'hysic. Se remsrks mae Vy the late cHchrated Dr. Phisie.of Phila-I'lphia hoc rewiarks ma.le by Pr.rrbmim M Boweii. a erIehrMxt I'hysieiao and Member f the Royal t:oile ot .urre-.ns In Un't. aod rob li.hej in the 1 ransartions of tue King and Queen's Journal. .... ie M-oiea I hieurci.-l Rrviow, published bv IWiamm Iravrrs, tclloiTot Kal Lolleee ol Sorwi. ,. See most of the late standard works of aeedi- fciirvt Enrba, "ParaapariJia." M l hy all trirpos. r-nne.rwl 4ei"t-lleliBh..id s Unsa Bd Chemieal Warehoa, S!4 V. roadway. larleBiyln-lria .