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THE DAVIS TRIAL AOAIH. -The
name of the lone prisoner of Fort
ress Monroe is in the mouth of the tele
lrrabh again, as will be observed by
reference to a dispatch from New York.
We admire the sentiments contained in
expressions attributed to the President.
To representations that the releaxe of
Mr. Davis wonld huve an unfavorable
iiiHuence on the approaching elections,
it was replied tbnt " he was unubl to
perceive that the release of IUvis, on
parole or bail, would furnish the radi
cals with a valuable weapon, but that he
believed the musses, if there should be
further unnecessary delay in bringing
him to trial, would approve of his being
conditionally released." These are noble
words. Tin-y t-bow iLut be is not aiVsid
to do ricbt. and relies upon the virtue
of justice rather than the irregular pul"-
sntions ol policy, lie ueueves mat the
former will prevail, however formidable
the latter may appear. He reposes a
living, acting faith in the people, and
they never yet disappointed him. If
Mr. Davis shall not he brouglii to trial
in October, it is probable thnt he will be
released conditionally, it maybe, abso
lutely. An alleged as.Mirunce from the Attor
ney General that Mr. Davis would be
released on condition of his leaving the I
country and never returning, drew from
him, as reported, a prompt and indig-1
nant refusal. This was like him. His
right to live in this country is as good as
any man's, and belter than that of tens
of thousands who enjoy freedom, pros
perity and the franchise. Why not try
him, and f he be found gai ly, dispose ol
him regularly ? If lie has committed a
great crime, is h not ready to answer for
it T Dors he not demand" a trial, and ia
the demand not refused? Why, then,
should he consent to exile for an offense
for which his enemies dare not confront
bim in a court of justice aa prosecutors?
Is a proposition to exile him a confession
that he cauuot be convicted ? Jkkfeb
sok Davis will abide the issue, come
what may. The President scorned to
make his sufferings the occasion of party
capital, lo strengthen bimsell upon
the tortures of a feeble, dungeon-bonnd
old man, is something not in the nature
of Axiw Jorksox.
DEATH OF SR. J C. HOLLAIO.
Dr. J. C. Holland died last evening,
at his residence on Market street, of
cholera. He is another ol the older res
idents of this city who died during the
present yeur. He was about Cfiy years
of ane, but possessed all the vigor and
spirit of fresh manhood, without any of
those infirmities incident to appne. long
age. He was a man of mark, ai.d no
one, whatever his position, was I Iter
known in North Mississippi and West
Tennessee. Without any puldie posi
tion, he enjoyed a local eminence ac
corded to few. Affirmative in his char
acter, bold in the expression cf his
opinions and sincere in his convictions,
he could not fail to attract public atten-
Hon In times of political excitement I
be was frank and popular as an orator.
He was a man of virtues, but eomewbat
eccentric in bis mode of life. His figure
was splendid, and Lit manners polished.
At one period be was a Methodist
preacher and a successful revivalist. As
friend, he was constant, and com
manded the friendship cf otbera. Ac
customed to look upon the brighter side
of life, his humor sfai anfailinf said his
spirits buoyant A companion, he
was assuring, and iafused something of
he boldness of bis nature into others,
tlis death is lamented by attached
friends. He will be missc. by u great
TEKEDOK OF BPEECH. . - i
Before,' tho; war, ft Was n cry of the
aboliorijsts that thoy could not come to
the South and preacn ineir aocinura.
Since the close of the struggle, the same
cry has been heard. 1 There is, say the
Radicals, no freedom of speeoh in our
section. We are not aware liiai uy siaeraQie repuiauuu, uicu ouiuS.
prominent Radical has tested the mat- on Mondny, aged 66 years. He was the
r W ask and desire to be informed, author of Clinton Bradshaw, and several
who has been prohibited from speaking ?
When and where was the attempt made r
Has ScMNta. or Stevens. : or Wsmduli.
Pbilups made it T No;, they cling to
the extreme north and howl about
despotism at the South. One of two
I !,;.,., ia linu llinr aru either uttering
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I deliberate falsehoods, or they are proving
themselves cowards. Why don t they
come alone and tost the waller ?
But bow is it in the North 7 The
Preaidi nt of the United Slates in some
pluoes is denied the freedom of speech.
It was denied him at Indianapolis and
Pittabur. What is the sa a thing, he
was prevented from speaking. Suppose
Si uveu should be treated in a similar
way at Memphis I What an infernal
howl would no up. Radicalism is but
another name for craKili.-iu.
ti. xr.kl. J,.;ir P.-a. ifi LcnoKR
comes- to hand regularly, and every
: i and everv
number of it is full of interesting newa
from all Quarters, The proprietors,
I WniTviiBE Bao. are old and experi-
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eneed newppaper men, ana maj eu oe
nrnud nf lha success . achieved by the
Lkdher. It is one of our favorite daily
exchanges, and if any of our friends de
sire to subscribe for a good Memphis
paper, we would advise them to send tor
the LEm:B. Their terms will be found
in another column of this paper ho
The Chronicle will please accept our
thanks for the compliment it pays us.
We endeavor to give to the - public, io a
coudensed form, all the current news of
the day, and have an ambition to rival
even the CAromVein excellence.
A Washington special says: "During
the President's absence, quite a large
number of applications for pardon from
Southern participants in the late reoei- 1
linn h. aroiimulnted at the office of the
Attorney General, most of them having
been received there and at the White
House since the departure of the Presi
dential party. The majority of the peti
tious on file now are those who were ex-
cepted tioiu the general amnesty by the I
first and thirteenth sections of the am-1
nesty proclamation, who had petty offices
under the Confederate Government, or
were tiossessors of twenty thousand dol-
luis or more." .
The amount of gold held by the Tr
urvatlhe close nf business on rriday
was nearly eighty-three millions of dol
lnrs, of this amount sixty-four and a half I
millions beini to the Government. The
irold reserve is increasing at ihe rate of
"from two to three million dollars per
week, aud no eousi.ieruble disbursement
will be required unui .tovemuer, ucn
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twenty-four millions will be paid out for j
interest in the 0 20's.: Up to and includ-
K in,ere8' Pyhle on January 1st
the legitimate gold disbursements of the
Treasury -will be less than forty millions.
A t-pecial dispatch to the Tribuue,
dated Columbus, Ohio, 13th, says that
in conversation with' General Cox last
evening, General Gbast and Admiral
Farragit declaied their disapproval of I
the President's policy, and commended
that of Conirress. Both' eentlmea said
substantially that they were participants
n (he President's campaign tour from
express instruction, and not from any
inclination on their part The conver
sation was not strictly private, for
several persons were present.
R. X. T. HUNTER.
Ibis distinguished irginian is living
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w - 'j f j,
Virginia, auenumn iu lurunuK muni
trieve his fortune and repair the losses
inflicted by the war. Since the close of I
the war his family afflictions have been
great, and it was but last week that be
was called on to follow to the grave
beloved sister, the fourth member of his I three cheers followed for Grant and Far
household in twelve months. I r?.uL ,
H-Aapecial dispatch to the New
York Tribune fmm Arkanaa aays that
" last week fonr I nion men accepted
. f f our iate bels to Cent a
duel with rifles distance, one hundred
yards. All being sharp-shooters, each
ball took effect, three being killed out
right, and the other five more or less
tdf "The Philadelphia officials, aays
the Aye, " tried to break down Axprew
Jackson as they are now trying to stop
the onward course of Andrew Johnson I
ia bis efforts to'preserve the Constitution I
and restore the Union. They refused to
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receive anhrsw jacesok wnen e visited
thia city, as they did Akorew Johnson." I
Icj It is announced that the piempo-1
tentianes of Austria and Italy have
agreed upon all points but the amount
of indetbnity, and that they will soon ar-
rive at a satisfactory adjustment of this
score, when the treaty of peace will be
cfHcially signed by the high contracting
A celebration took place at the
Military Institute at Lexington, Vav, on I
thestaiue of Washington, removed by
, . B
uenerai ncjris uunng roe war. t-E-1
Governor Letchir delivered the cere-1
monial address, which waa lenrtkv
-Missouri is ths only State in the
r- , . j
I nion that taxes grareyards and
charehes, and the only party that was
ever known to originate and sustain such
an odious tystcm of taxation is the Rud
ical party of Missouri. So says the St,
, IfiTThe Atlantic Telegraph Company
have called a meeting of the stockhold
ers for the VurDose of raising funds to
buy out the interest of the Anglo-Auieri
can Telegraph Company, under whose
auspices the cablo has been completed,
&ST F. W. Thomas, an author of con
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other works of fiction.
The New York Clipper says that
Joi Cobur and ITkekait are likely to
meet in the prize ring at n distant day
for a large stake.
TnE PRESIDENT AT PITTSBURG
Not Allowed to Speak Ruffian
The President amiroached the front of
tue piatlorm, anu wavea nis tint as u iu
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command silence. This effort was some
what auecessful. when the President
commenced his remarks as lollows:
Fellow-citizens: Permit me, through
your honored Chairman, 10 lenaer my
sincere thanks to the people and citizens
of Pittsburg for the welcome which they
have Given me. and those who accoin
pany me, on this occasion. Cheers, and
cries of silence in the crowd below, as
well as on the nlatform. I
feel honored in receiving Ibis wet-
I come, more especially as .1 ru.,m,
from the people-the people on wnom 1
have always relied ; who have tendered
it to me under peculiar circumstances,
in defiance of those who here hold power
and authority. I Shouts, groans, and
cries of "Johnson, ao on." A welcome
to Pittsburg by the people, the masters
of those who retused a welcome to
fellow-citizen, and to the chief magis
trate, a welcome from their masters, I
repeat, is peculiarly gratifying to me.
The noise below continued. And in
being here to-night, I will say in the
few words to which 1 intend to give nt-
lertnce, that I came, being welcomed by
the people as a fsllow-citizen, and the
chief magistrate of not twenty-five, but
of thirty-six states, llmmetise cheering. J
I come as the duet magistrate ol, aa
inscribed there, (pointing to the words
in cas lieht on the lront of the hotel,
"The whole Union,' ) and not a part of
the Lnion, and, as has been eloquently
alluded to here to night, with reterence
to this I'nioa and the opening of the
Mississippi river, I would ask, were any
..!. ulore interested in ihenethan are
the people 01 rittsaurg l i.l.heers.j 11,
for instance, the attempt to separate the
Union had been tuccessful, 1ft me call
attention to the iullueuce it would have
had on the commerce, trade, and manu
factures of Pittsburg.
And now, being tor the whole Union,
I feel and think I am for the individual
interests of every man a lio stands before
me here to-night. Cheers and confused
cries in the crowd j
I am for the restoration of these
States, aud as something has been said
by some one in the crowd as to my pol
icy, I will smte that my policy is to re
store this Union cheers and groans and
to bring about peace and reconciliation,
and concord between the American peo
ple. 1 will submit one single proposition.
Mr countrymen, let me suppose a case
to this people. Suppose the eleven
Southern States lay outside of the juris-
diction of this government Belonged to
some foreign power and proposed an
nexation 10 twenty-bve states or this
Union, with all their resources and fer
tility of soil, and with a demand for
manufactured articles, where is the man
who would say they should not become
a part of this confederacy ? A voice,
We look to the West and Southwest,
and want an outlet for this great city,
and where is the man who would object
to make an accession of this kind? A
voice: "Tell us about New Orleans."
The disorder, mingled and confused
Ia comine here td-nicht and accept-
ing the welcome icries everywnere ot
, r .
"order. 1 1 come presenting the nag
of my country not with twenty-five, but
ith thirty-six stars on it I Applause, j
Ihe President here paused, the noise
was so great be could not be beard. A
l1?e precession from the Northern Lib
erties was coming in with bands ot
music. He waved his hat, as if to secure
silence. Tne crowd clamored for Grant.
The President resumed, remarking :
" I have only a few more words to otter."
there were renewed cries for brant.
hen the President beckoned to General
Grunt, who stood near him, to come to
the front of the platform. Grant did so
t v aavw v eu.
d bomei t0 the clamorin multitude,
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hurrah., whistling and groans, mingled
with cries for Farragut, who appeared,
and received the plaudits or the people.
Finding it impossible to secure a fur
ther hearing, the President merely said,
" I bid yon good night," and withdrew.
1 bree cheers were then given for the
President by a part of the crowd, and
ine crowa continued groans ana
shouts for more than an hour, when lrant
MpU. tbM ihfJ U(J disperw to
I their houses : that they had seen every-
thing , and should retire quietly.
deavored to- speak further, and waved
his hat to the crowd in a deprecatory
manner ; but the noise was so great that
he could not proceed, and was obliged to
After this, shouts of various kinds were
continued. Cries for Johnson were
mineled with groans and cheers for every
prominent political character, including
Beecber and lynti
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The disDlar of dues that were obnoxi-
0us to the crowd, elicited considerable
jeering and hooting, but altogether the
"owa was peaceably a.sposwi anu, w.m
UaO excruiiuo ui lew Biuaii utun mbu
iudden digpersi00g did not pro-
cr?d to any serious acta. After Grant's
I remarks it commenced to thin out, ana
now and then seemed to acquire new
vitality, and continued to announce e
presence with considerable loudness
nntil a late hour in the evening.
Question of His Eeltaaa.
K'c. VDr S.nt Mk lTfraldt
Washington special aaTa: In a, previous
dispatch I stated there waa good reaaon
to believe that in few days Jeff. Davis
won!l wleV o. parole or .baiL I
received aay information from A nig"
official who possess! excellent facilities
for learning the President's views and
intentions on such subjects, t lhe
among the politicians, and aerertU very
influential ones favorable to the Piai-
dent , policy Teoivni w
C4u 0B him to ascertain if the n-
nonncement was well founded. They
urged the President to dfer any action
111 the mutter until atter the tali elections,
reminding htm that he waa already nc
vused of sympathising with rebels and
abusing the pardoning power, and' as
suring him that the release of the head
rebels at this time would be handled by
the Uadtcals in the , present campaign
with powerful eltoct, and greatly impair
tho chances of the party now laboring to
elect to office men who would support
his (tbe Presidents) policy. I his 1 have
on undoubted authority, lhe fresiden
replied that many distinguished an
loyal gentlemen, from both the North
and south, had appealed to him tor th
release of Jeff. Davis, and presented sev
eral considerations which made a favor
able impression on his mind, why Dnvis
should not be held longer in con hoe
ment: and that he had said to them 1
from any fault of the court or the proof
ottered by the Government, Davis should
not be brought to trial in October, he
should not, from any reason then known
to him. deem it his duty to hold the
prisoner lor another term;, but that in
giving the friends of Davis this assurance
he had not anticipated the action of tbe
court, and had not appointed any time
for Davis' release in the event of his not
beins tried. He declared he had from
the first decided to have Davis tried tor
treason, and had used sueh influence
and authority as he possessed,
to have the trial take place at
an early day, but if there should be fur
ther delay in bringing on tho trial, he
believed that neither the interests of the
oountry or his duty demanded of him to
keep tbe prisoner longer in custody.
He also stated that he was unable to
perceive that tbe release of Davis on
parole or bail would furnish the Radicals
with a valuable weapon, but he believed
the masses, if there was unnecessary de-
lav in brineum him to trial, would ap
prove of his being conditionally released,
it ia well understood in the best informed
official circles that Davia will not be
tried at the October term, so that his re
lease may be looked for soon, but BOt
till after that time. On dit that Mr. need,
on of Dnvis' s counsel, had been author
ized to say to his client that the govern
ment would direct his immediate release
on condition of his leaving the country
never to return, and that Davis indig
nantly rejected tbe offer.
TIIE AfCIDKXT AT JOHNSTOWN
Fourteen Persons Killed and More
Than a Hundred Wounded
PiTisBi'Rd, September 14. From ac
counts received to night, it appears that
Ihe accident to-day at Johnstown was of
the most lamentable kind. Ibeplattorm
extended over the canal, and was over
73 feet long and from 13 to 17 feet
wide. Several hundred persons were
standing on it at the time the train ar
rived with the President It broke in
tbe center, and, as a consequence, its
occupants were precipitated to the
ground, a distance of about twenty feet
The timbers and human beings were
mixed up, all falling in a confused mass.
lhe giving way of the structure was
itnessed from tbe cars, but there could
not at that time be ascertained anythinz
like aa approximation to the extent of
the disaster. Col. O'Brien, deputy mar
shal of 'the District of Columbia, re
mained at tbe request of the President
to render sueh assistance as might be
necessary. This he did; Mr. Murphy,
of Washington, rendering valuable assis
tance. The Colonel superintended the
carrying from the wreck of the victims,
and plaeing them in wagons to be con
veyed to their homes.
some bad both arms and legs broken ;
others were injured to a less extent with
contused heads and severe bruises.
Seven or eight persons were killei. while
this evening six or more were in a dying
condition. About ninety persons were
severely, and a large number slightly.
lhe friends of tbe unfortunate parties
hurried to tbe scene, frantic with grief.
Mothers with their children in their arms
were seeking their kindred ; and, in fact,
the entire population were gathered
round the distressing scene, anxiously
looking lor and inquiring tor friends or
Physicians were sent for and sevenfy-
two arrived from Pittsburg.
It is said tbe rresident contnbuted
liberally for the relief of the most neces
sitous by this sad calamity.
Almost a Row.
New Orleans, Sept. IX There was a
slight disturbance last evening, caused
by the arrest of two colored women for
creating a disturbance. They resi-led
Aa attempt was made at rescue by some
colored soldiers. The police were soon
reinforced, and were met by the negroes
with a volley of brickbats and aa invita
tion to " come on." The police, assisted
by several Federal officers, succeeded in
Tbe Chicago Times thinks Illinois
will send eight, and perhaps nine, repre
sentatives to the next Congress who sup
port the President's policy. The Radi
cals likely to be displaced are Baker,
Kuykendall, Harding, Bromwell and
THE NOON DISPATCHES
COTTON AND COLD QUOTATIONS
New Yoat, September 17. Gold, 14SJ,
sterling, quiet ; coupons of '02, 1111,
coupons of Of, 10' j ; 10 40 s, ; trea
suries, lOiJfS 108j.
John C. Braine, a Confederate officer,
who had a party shot and seized the
Chesapeake during tbe war, was arrested
here, charged with the murder of an en
gineer. Documents were found on
him, which , showed him to be
the founder of a secret organization
in New Orleans that month, called tbe
Sons of Akabia. The excitement
has reached the highest point
Sales of ticks has commenced. Spec
ulators are already getting f 15 to 120
premium for ticks.
Special cable dispatches are as follows:
Viessa, Sept 13. We - are on the
verge of another war, which threat
ens to equal in extent that just
ended. Austria shows bad faith
with Italy and makes -wnreaaonable de
mands,' which Italy will not submit to.
Austria has overcharged the debt of Ve
aetia, and withholds the Venetian prop
erty which she was to have transferred.
1 Beblik, Septembrr 11 Prussia em
phatically notifies Angina that she will
not suffer Italy her ally to be insulted
and defraaded, and if Austria persists in
her present coarse, war must follow
PaAOrE, September 14. The home
ward anarch of Prassiaa troops has ben
peremptorily arrested, and the demnral
zation of tlic,uruiy stopped.
Dresden. September 14. Everytbin
looks like War. ! There ia iio reply to tli
ioks tike far. l nere ia no rep
notification oli Russia.) ; It is
question n hours, whether troops
again put in morion. i i
fit RAY NOTICE. TAKEN UP ON SAT
O urdev night, 1Mb InKtent, one mule, hitched
. .1 .. XT. Uil Tk. 1, h .. ... k .
same by applying at City biubiet, JNo. 01 Moo
roe street, end payme ehnrires.
VI DISMUKKS ft KELLOQO.
DR. J. F. DROMGOOLE
H4S KETIIRNKD TO THE CITr, AND
l,ip lha iirmiiiL eirnin nffere his nroteH-
ioiutl aervioes to his friends and the public
Oflioe, at the Ilrur .store, on tne corner ni
Ileal and Alain itreets, Mewphi. 31
J KW CHOI 1UKNIP SEED,
. sew ckoi baku mm,
J uat received by
R. CI. CRAIO A CO.,
:trv Main street, (Jackson Block).
pHASS SEED, CLOVER SKED,
LANDKETH QARDEN SEED
In store and for sale low, by
R. U CRA.IU ft CO., SeeJamen,
379 Main St., (Jackann Block),
ft A A. VAVt.li.
. MANILLA PAPER.
COTTON SAMPLING PAPER,
At CRAIO'8 SEED STORE. 1
H9 87 Main St., Memphis, luiin.
Bl'ILDIXG LOTS AT AUCTION.
TK SHALL SELL, AT AUCTION. ON
11 'lliuraday morning, Hept,
ilOth, at IO o'clock, on the premises,
TEN BUILDING LOTS,
Situated in Gov. Junes' subdivision, just north
of the Old Raleigh road, and within a short
(IL-Udco of the corporation limits. These lota
out on Marley and Carroll avenues, and each
hare a front i f 50 feet aud extend back 190 feet
to an alley. On two of theae lots are small but
Iu a abort time the street railway will be ex
tended to within a short distance of these lots.
Omnibaaes will leave our offlce. Irving Block,
at 9? i o'clock on day of sale, to take those who
lab to attend.
14 MONSARRAT. LANIER 4 CO.
Elegant DwelMn? at Auction.
On Saturday Afternoon, September 22d,
At 4 O'clock,
THE PREMISES. WE SHALL SELL
t to the hixbeat bidder, without reserve, a
tuated a the east side of Heraande street,
uth of Vance. This bouse contains eight
rooms, wide parage, kitcnen and servantr
room, bath room, stable and carriage house,
cistern an A well. Thegronnds are beautifully
sot with ahrubbery and ahade trees. ' Tbe lot
onts Hernando street 75 feet, and extendi
bark 3 HI feet to a twenty foot alley. This is
one of the most desirable residences In South
emi'hit, and afaoald command the attendance
those who deaire to have an elegant and
comfortable borne. The title is perfect. Sale
itbont reserve, on liberal terms.
MONSARRAT. LANIER A CO..
Auctioneers, Irving Bloek.
rresli Lnlie Fish,
Game and Toultrj of All Kinds.
ECEIVED DAILY BY EXPRESS. AND
r sale, at wholesale and retail, at the lowest
J D EDWARDS dt CO.'B,
31 Second street, eorner Monroe.
riUINA.ULA.SS AND QliEEN
vyi.e nam at
oorbcia A Patrick. t)S
Olfaeial Drawings of the Missouri (lata
CLASS No. i-Sl-DsAWM Sirr li. 1868.
77, 1?. a, 3), 47.6.1, Ci. 34, 05, 24, 10, 3, 41
EXTRA CLASS No. 646-Dsawii Srft. li. 1M6.
la, Ti, 1L 2 2. 10. 5Z 33. S. 7 47. J6, 17.
NO GIFT ENTERPRISE !
Or auj other Swindle!
ALABAMA. MISSOURI AID KENTUCKY
blATE AID HAVANA LOTTERIES
0MI LEGAL LOTTERIES IX l'. 8.
IHEY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE
1 Charter-: have been drawn for over UK 11
Bonds meat be and are depoaited with U. S.
Collector as ce-urity.
The priiea are drawn la publie by two sworn
Cor-miaaiooera appointed by tn. Mala.
Matt be drawn U tickeu are avid or sot.
PHIZES ALL CASH!
There are two State Drawings each day, aod
two ilarana Urawinra eaca montb.
Drawings ran be aeea two buura after par
ebane of 'lirkef. -
Une-balf the I irk els are Pritee.
Prixes paid on day of purcbaae.
Tn-ket 1 Io t ju. areordiag to Scheme.
Pnres f '.o Sluu.i.ai. a-coraing to Scheme.
PniM-ipel Agent. GEO. W. VAN VOAST. No.
2u Jefierson atreet. Sub Ageociea at No. 72
Jenr.n, er. 1 bird atreet - o. .11 Bern! street:
No. ( rout atreel, room No. No. yuGayoso
at met. M
IL S. TAYLOR i CO.,
( OMMISSIOV MEnCIIAT.i,
And deal era in
Flour and Provisions,
279 rront Street, 378
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
largest aad beat aeletr4 atock of l iour ia
tbecitr. Ia oar stock will be Kmud ike follow
ing W'li-Vnowu farorite brani. :
?Tj.N E W ALL XXX 1 AMILT rLOCJU
i'LAM S EXTRA. . , , .
PLANT! XX. '
l.lKARl) PRAIRIE XXX.
Ta anlmii fortke follawisg eelebrated
brant. : Putt'i Extra, Wild leon, X lue
Haviag real dent partner in St. Lewta, we
poveaa taii.tiea toat will eaiabie aa u ell aa
l"w or lower taaa aay boaae ia ine Soeifaweat
Pamea will tad at te tttetr laaanat toeaul oa u
before asak ias tbear fmrdtmrn an tkw eg aay
nber start el.
"t are A..'swu for ?t. Sbaeffer A Co.'a (9t.
Lobmi Soap aa CaaAlea, wtu. k we oSer ai
B.. 8. TATXOff A CO..
Ne.iT? Frost atrret.
s nteophia. lea a.
av Memphis HEATijE
Second week of the great Ainorlcan actor,-
MR. L. PBARRETL
MONDAY KVKNINO. Sept. 17, production
(if a new play by the author of KoaeUale, en
Romance of a foor Tonng Han.
Manual (Marauia de Chainprey) Mr. Barrett.
e " . -J
. SCALK OF PRICKS-Dre. Circle and Var
iJ.ri'M?.: Z 1
ki ( Thi
bird Tier and Uolured Gallery, i
Colored Boxea 6llc
CiREEXLAW ; uPKRA HOISK. ,
Leaaee and Manager.
. A TANNKHILL
M uaical Director
W. U. CHKSTKaa
..SIU. ULlV lfctt
MONDAY EVENING. Sept. 17th, lSflfl. Brat
lMeriiiue 01 ine luima u ueauiuu,
MISS lMIlIri A11i.1jV JXiLiri,
ho will aonear in FANCHON. TUB CRICK-
1.. P n'Lr7: . .. . Tl LI 1..
Thou Sbining River), Miaa Hunlie
During tbe evening xeveral
overt urea by tbe oreheatra under the direction
ot Mg. Ulieviera. ,
PricMt of Ailtni.dion ; ' Patnuntta and Drera
Circle.fi; Family Circle, f.U ctn. j Uallery, 1:5
eta.: Colored ili'Xea, ut out. 1 Colored Uallery,
cta. au extia charge tor aecured aeata. r.n-
trance to Pamuutte and Dreaa Circle, north I
to Family Circle and Qallery. aoulh. Doua
open at rnrtwtn ric nt j
EIHOIV UK OS.
Mammoth Cheap ; tore,
297 MAIN STREET.
New Fall Dress Goods.
10.00(1 yards latent styles, from 30 to 60 cents
per yard. '
CmkkI iictt and C'astduieres,
For Gents' and Children's Clothing, from 40
cents to $2 per yard.
A complete lineof White Good?, at extremely
Warranted all linen, from 6J cents to Mounts
White and Colorel Fianneln,
From 50 cents to $1 per yard.
Fifty doten Ladies' Balmoral Skirts. $1 each.
ladiet, Cloth Cloaks.
Lateat styles, at very low prices , '
Wears bound to sustain war reputation as
he Cheapest Store In the City.
WE DEFY COMPETITION.
UNk: PltlOK ONLY
Onr wholesale rooms are aow In order, and
we invite tbe attention of Caah Purchaser, aa
we feel assured WE CAN OFFER Til KM
BARGAINS. . . :
Give us atnal before purc-naung euewaere.
MAMMOTH CHEAP STOUT,
77 MAIN PTRFET 1"
8IH1LA SDIILIBIS CIRANTIR.
HAVE PROVED. FROM THE MOST A M
ple experience, aa entire auccesa ; Simple
Prompt tlucienU aad Reliable. Iney are
the only Medicinea perfectly adapted to popular
uk so simple that miatakes cannot be ma4e
in Being tnem ; so narmleas as lo be tree troro
danger, aod no efficient aa to be alwaya reliable.
Tney have raised the highest commendation
from all, and will always render aalislaction.
1. Gurea Fevers, Congeation. Inflamma
tions, - 25
2. ( urM V wraaa, Horm-Farer. Worm
Colic - 25
i. Curea C'rvt -C'olic or Teething oi In
fanta - 25
4, Cures IHarrtoaea, o4 ehildrea orailnlts, 25
a. " . Ay atailery, lirioiaa. Billioua
Colio, - ..- 25
8. Cures Claalera-Moraaas, t omiting .... '
7. " Cae, Colda. Broucbitia ZS
R fccwralala,Xoothache.r,a.'eache 26
y, " lltadackca, bic-k - lieadacba.
10, Cores Uyepepala. Billious Htomach ...
11, Huppreaacd or paintul Periods
12, " Wfcltee, too protune Periods,...
1:1, " Croap.Coogh.diuicult llreaihing
U. " taltUhcam, Krysiuelas. Erui-
tions - -- - 2
1.1, Cores Rheamaallam. Rheumatic Pains
lu. " rawer at Aarwe. Cbi Fever.
A roes - . SO
17. Cures Paiea, blind or bleeding.- . 6U
la. OpbtUaliuy and sore or weak
Eyea,. - .- 50
19. Cures Crr,acute or chronic, Intlu
ens. - 50
2u t.unsa Mr livoplug - A ugh, violeui
21, Curea Aetkaaaa, opprwaseA Breathing 60
11. bar Allscbarsta, imuaired
23. Cures acrsfala, enlarged Ulanda.
awellinga. - 50
24. Curea Uaaaral Debility. Phyaical
21, Cures Uropsw and scanty Secretions... U)
ik, Sea-fclcsksieaa, sickness irora
riding - . '4
27. Curea Kldaaey-Dlaeaae, UraveJ 51)
A. eris lAeblilly, Semliaal
Ksaalaaloaae, mvnluntary Diacbarges . l 00
29. Cures Sore Moalh, Canker io
3M, I'rtasary Wtakatu, wetting
31, Cures Paltul Perlsada, with Spasmf U
wtTertsi;s at change of lite 1 UI
XI, Kpllepa, Spasms, Be Vitua'
Dance- .. 1 ft)
M, Cures ltlptkerls, nleeraled Sora
Throat . U)
FAMILY CASEH. .
35 large vials, morocco emaa, an d book compute-
30 large viala, in morocco, and book b UU
31 large vials, plain case, and book.... a (a)
l boxes tNoe. 1 to Ui, and book '4 UU
Mahogany cases. 10 vials, with book $10 00
fcinrle vials, with direction. 1 ou
inese remedies, by tbe case or sincle bog
are seat to aay part of the country, by Meil or
r.ipreaa, ireeol charge, on receipt of lhe price
H0MECE0PATHIC MEDICINE COMPA NT
Office and Depot. No. 52 Broadway, N. Y.
Da. Hlaruairs ia consulted daily at bis of
ce personally ar by letter, as aoove, for all
furma of disease
For sale by ail Drugxi'ti ar4
if 23-infirm v Il.KrrgnN rr.
rnder Sew Memphis Theatre,
IBWIX nRfX, Proprietor.
a- - ,
BEST WISES, LIQUOK8 C1QXBM
DV1K11.-E IN IHK pi Kl.li. 1.1.1 n, I H
wbick lai ih, l.A I, .. l -T r i u, t i im,
asjaaiiypaoiisaesl ua the "tale of Ieaai
Something yew ftJcr the Sun.
. -T' . r TdTAi o
a Nfiw.-ira in ''Jjaeoicine.
i T ET THE SUFFERINU AND DISEASED
.... ; ,
li read tbe following 1
Let all who have been giv
given un by Docor,7
and apokea ot aa mouraoie,
e, reau uiv iwiiuwiu.; .
e facta, and can have!
1 T.at all Who can believe f
faiil. I viiianca. read the following !
! A'otofen lythm Wnfa. That on this. J
the twentieth day of June, in the year of our
ford one thousand eiatat nun.lrwl ana a1117-.11..
r t......k U.v. ...k tiim.. knnirll.
- II beine-dulv .worn denoted a. fol-
Ma : that he b. the aol. general agent for the
I nited Slate and dependeuciea thereof, rr nr- 1
parationa or medicines known as M A Willi 1- o
f ILLS and SALV K, and .tna in hiiviwiw i
oertitioaUM are verbatuia oupies to the beat ot t
hi. U..I..I... LaIiuI1. . .... "
L. S.l JAMKS SMKITRB, Notary Publie,
Wall Street, New York! ' I
Da. MidiiiKr. i I take mv nen to write yon of 1
my great reliei, and Hint tne awiui pain 111 uijr
aide baa left me at lent -thaiikatoyuur medicine.
--- r--, c
tlianklul 1 am that 1 can gel -
J 0,u. sleep. 1 oan never write it enough.
n never write 11 enouga. 1
thank you again aud again, and a in
thank you again aud again, and sin eure you
I ,tl, l.i... ..I all
not belp wnung to you, ana nope you w 11 noi 1
I take ll ami". . Jaatn aiinn,-
, June l, lttitt. t ..!; H Avenue D.J
Ibis la to oertliy inni wue uiKcnargea irnin -the
army with Chronic Diarrhoea, and have
beeaoured be Dr. Maw1i. P.ljj.ARvEY; .
' New York. April 7, lHUi. 21 Pitt Street. .
' The following la an interesting cfcae of a man
melted Iron into a tlaak that waa damp'aud wt
cawed an explosion. Ibe melted iron anu
thrown around and on him in a perfect ahower,
and he waa burnt dreadfully. ' Tbe following
certificate was given to lag by him about eight ;
ireeka alter the accident : ' ' 1
kkw lOBK.jan. 11, IOOO.
; My name is Jacob Hardy 1 1 am an iron louu- j
der; I waa badly burnt bv not iron in November '
Ium. mv hnrni healed but 1 hud a running aure !
on ray leg that would not heal; I tried Maifgiet'e ' j
Salve, and it cured me in a few weeka. Tins ia ,
all true, and any body can now aeemeat Jack- '
aon'a Iron Worka, Second Avenue.
WHAT THE PATJKNT5 SAY OF ' -
Dr. Magglcl's Pills, and Sal vet
' (Extracts from Various Letters.) '
"I bad no aunelile: Maggiel's i'llla gavsma1
a hearty one.'' , j . , j .. . t
" Your Pills are marvelous." ' '
" I aend for another bos. and keep them in 1
the house." - , 1
"Dr. MiKSiel has oured mr headache that
waaehronic." - . . i
I gave half of one of your pilla to my babe a
r cholera morbus, lae dear little thing got 1
ell in a day."
" My nausea of a morning ia now cured',", , . ,
" Your box of Maggiel's Salve eured me
nniaea in the head. I rubbed some of your
I balve behind my ears and tbe noise tell.
Send me two boxes : I want one for a poor 1
family." . ...
" I encloae a dollar: your Price ia twenty-fve
eenta, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar.". .
" Send me flvi boxes of your pills."
" Let me have three boxes of your Salve by
seturn man. , I
" The best Pilla for headache I ever had." . i
My liver worainae an anginet tuanits to j
your I'llla. , . , i - - 1
"lam nleaaed to aay to rem. Dr. Moifiiiel.
that I would not be without a box of oor Pilla i
for curing me of morning nauaea lor the world. "
t v : , i a.j l 1 j .it.. - -
X uu will uiiu vuciwni uu, umi.i . luur
Pilla are only 2b cents, but I consider them
worth to me one dollar. . '
Dr.n Doctoi : My tonaue had a fur on it
every morning like the back of a eat. Your
Pilla took it away." ' i
and gave it in jolly tn my little babe for cholera J
r i too a nan a pin ana orusnea it to powder,
morbus. The dear litue pet was well In three '
r .iinruiM it. I. harlv arnrth shiln lull 4
y " turned. toot has got wei; from the .:.
I of your balve. tnoloned find 2j centa tor an
other box to keepja tne bouse.; tv i
" Send me another box of Salve." . " . ... . .
M Encloaed find 75 eenta for two boxaa of vour
Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve." .. 1 1
The moat gentle yet searching medicine I
I Havs Over 200 Such Testimonials. . .
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are af-
moat universal in tbeir enact?, and a cure can
be almost alwaya guaranteed. FOR BILLIOUS
DISEASES nothing can be more productive of
cure tbau these Pilla. Their almost magic in
fluence ia felt at once ; and the usual concomi
tants of thia moat distressing disease are re
moved. These remedies are inado from tbe
purest Vatic. TABLE COM POINDS. Tbey
will n"t harm the most delicate female, and can
be given with good erlect in prescribed doaea tu ,
the voongest babe. FOR CUTANEOUS llfi-J
ORDERS and all eruptions of tbe akin tbe
SALVE is moat invaluable. It doea not heal
externally alone, but penetrates with the most
searching eft ecu to the very root of the evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
INV iRliBLT CCBI TBI FnLl.OWINO niSIASES
Lowncss of Spirits,
meat Diseases, . i
Dropsy, , , . '
liability, , i
Fever and Ague,
Each Box Contains Twelve rills.
ONE FILL IS A DOSE,
a Nnrirg. None genuine without tbe ...
graved trade mark around each Pot nr box ' '
ignedby DOCTuHJ. MAUiilEL, New Yor,
lo eounlerteit wnicn ia lelony.
S. Sold by all respectable Dealers In Med
icines throughout the United States and Cana
d:is. at cents per box nr pot. 4-14'
j. a. aND.aaug. j. w. OAT.
a. a. BUOUEa.
ANDERS0X, Gil &
Cotton Factors, 'Grocers,
No. 338 Front Street,
Corner of Union,
Mr era is, Tina., September 1. 1HHU.
We have this dliv associated with ua in busi
ness. Mr. H. M. Bualier. under the name and
style of Anderson, Uay and Bugher.
AAD.KU. A UAY.
H e would respectfully call your attention to
our card above. Having been long engaged in
the tirocery and Cotton Factorage business in
tbia place, with superior facilities for tbe trans
action of tbe same, aud aa intimate knowledge
of ibe wants ot Ike planting community, we
feel confident weeaa conduct your busiuexs to
your advantage and entire satisfaction. Our
U ROC FRY DEPARTMENT wiikfT iha in
creased facilities ai our command, together
with our long experience in the trade, we can
guarantee to our friends and customers a lull
and varied stock, which will enable us at ail
times to till their orders promptly and at tbe
lowest market rates. One of our house will
devote his entire time and attention io tbe sale
of COTTUN. Having a thorough knowledge
of the same, and beiug sellers only, we can at
all times obtain the highest market prices. We
are prepared to make advances on Cotton con
signed to aa. All consignments of Cotton will
be covered with Insurance in our open policy,
unless otherwise ordered. Bv a strirt attention
tn business, we trust to merit a continuance of.
the liberal itatronaire alraailv extended us.
Soliciting a share of your business, we remain.
AVIlKliSIlN 111V RfUIIFR
Maarsts. Tn! September 1. Hift. 36
GAY0S0 PLANING MILL
RUSSEL, GROVE & CO.,
' PROPRIETORS. '
Adams St, East or Raj on. Gayoso,
MANUFACTTRETiS CF DREPSED LL'M
ber, flooring. W eatherboarding. Doors,
Sih, Dlinds, Window aad Dr Frames. Arcta
ritieaa. Base, Mantels. Mouilings, Cornices.
Ftaircasee. Maadrail. Newels, Baiustera. Lat-tx-e,
Bainttrasaea, Brack eta, packing Boxes.
Paaia Tuhea, etc, etc. Keep haod at ail
tiie a food stock of the above, aa alto
Glazed 8ali, of all Size,
Scroll Sawing and Tnralnr;,
Of every dascriptioa promptly auended to
All orders by mail or throurb the Southern
Eii re C mpany attended la ith pr mtnoea.
4W-foatou.ee adireaa, " Loca 1oa js. c