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h 'I'M. r ! , , i 'm fill i ' . ! BOOKS andSTATIONERY 197 MAIN NTREKT, . WKBBTBH BLOCK., , W. Z. MITCHELL, MISOELtiANEOUS BOOKS A Full Stock ol . ... . Hihi.. Hv mu Book. . Prarer Books TJostamsnta. Juvnulis Book Novela, Masonlo Books, 'and Diplomas. 1,1, OF WHICH ARK OFFERED ; AT TH A Lowest Market Prices. . Cil and Ii A 1 1. It OAD. 53 Msl-Fa WIOHTKK Than niiv Other Route Through tickets fur sale t """ Teiinesea Depot, font M ain street, and at Au,5 I't. 0. 1'. OAKLEY, , -Hi.n'l Ticket Agent. I'UBLIC LEDGER.. 'Oilier. No. IH Msidion Htret uicTniuciLATiox. Tueaday Evaning, Sept. 18th. 1866 OUR ROUTES. Wp urn now making arranitements pxtVml nil tlm route on the Public Lkiiukii, mid add" new oues in tlie su burbs, by which w hops to be able to supply nil wbo may wish to take a cheap and reliable evening journal. Should nny of our patrons be overlooked by oar t umor during the nwet ten or twelve diiyn,. they will pluase make the fact knuwn at our counting room. Our, cir culation has been of late so great to ' make the paper reach some portions of the city at a very late hour. We have made arrangements lo overcome hi, by ordering faster machinery, which we are now expecting daily, and on its arrival the pnper will be served at an earlier 'hour at all points within the oily aud suburb. ' ' , , MEETINU OF COHFEDERATE SOLDIERS. We are glad to see that a meeting of Confederate soldiers is called for to-night nt Courl Square. Gentleman who have been buptiseJ in battles fought for the independence of the South, failing to uchu-ve thitt, loyally recoguiie the au llioriry of the Federal Government, Hont-bt thiiiKK'lved iu the profession! they mule, they expect honeHty and fairness in those to whom they are made. The word of soldiers is given lo soldiers, and it is not the custom of brave men to reject the uWlurutUins of each other. A n) attempt is making by non-combatant politicians of the North to discredit the honor of the South for party purposes, Their existence, as a party orRanijatioui lianas upon the tuccoaa of efforts to place the Southern people iu an altitude of hostility M the Government, aud particularly to the " loyalists": residing mnonj; us. Reports thick and fust lire Koing to the North as fulso as they are dangerous. Newspaper correspondents of Radical papers invent falschoo.1t and elandem, and scatter them by hundreds (.("thousands among a people whose war patterns have scarcely had time to cool They inculcate the idea that the South is till rebellious, uneonquered, aud pant ing for auolher revolutiou. The effect upon the minds of suih soldiers of the Norih as do not know that tuch repre sentations are false, is obvious. The soldiers of the South intend, so far us they can, to refute these lies and nail these base slanders to the counter , They may desire to say lo the soldiers of the North that while they do not cringe, or indulge in retractions as uuuei-essary as unmanly, they are prepared to ttand I y their word given to the government The falsehood that Northern men are, or are to be driven from the South, is working mischief. It is coined for nothing else. It woiks a double injury iu assailing the honor of a great, brave people, aud in iutlamiug the Northern mind. It blocks up the wajy of recon ciliation, aud postpones the day - of piace. It renders collisions possible, and a general upheaving of society probable. la view of tucb calamities. it is riniucntly .proper at this time for the Southern people to brand it as it de serves. We saw a day or two eiuce, two gentlemen ri in arm upon the street lioth had done gallant service- one under the Federal, the other uuder the Confederate tlag. There was no antugouistu there. la their bosoms pi-are had been reconstructed upon the dead passions of war They were grHtlcmt. They know how to for- iiive aud fori.'!. The (reliant Federal officer alluded to is here for no purpose of oppression, lie is one of us and respected. It is ouly those who i annul torsive the South that refuse to be re conciled. For men of thil class among us, while their persons and property are Mwred, sentiments of detestation are en tertained. We trust that the meeting to d flit will be largely attended. THE COTTOI TAX. The act of Congresa imposing a tat of three reel on the pound of cotton ia working and havoc among the planters. The 1J time freedom to hrow one's cotton upon wagon, or etenaboat, or railroad car, and carry it to market, it abolished. The Federal Oovrrnueat hat pat a amp to each a liberty. The planter, when he putt hit tf4 in the (round, must think of Wash ington. When he emplcyt a negro to plow the your j plrnt, he must have fH flKKNAUA, JAVlv?". 'l'Jkc'1Ti. M I mid New Orleans. Trains leave daily at ii.ui. Time to New Orleans, Ml hours. st.... eiieohw 'i'lirouii-U. Tni. Stkvkns in hit' eyes. When i exehaniro th UD 1 r.aw- w- - staple for bacon rand flour, and .nirar and coffee, i and shoes and cnlico.iie must consult tha Collector of Internal Revenue. It it a bad egg. There are now lying nt shipping points hundreds, porhapt thoutanda, of balot of cotton. They cannot be moved. v ny r Because the District Atsetaor hat not been appointed? and there it no one to aasest the tax. It tt true that cotton may be shipped under bond, made out in trip- licalp. but. at we are at present iniormeu, it .,. k taken hv an assessor. In the absence of that individual,' what it to be done?, fe - !. Is the merchant to take the eulirensk 7 He bat made advanoet to the planter. II a-wants his money. The planter wantt his supplies. . The cotton it ready, but ., 3 t ..... it, IAvarn- cannol ue movea, oeiauoo i nient. that hold a lien upon it, has failed to appoint the District Assessort pro vided by the act. It it a hardship. It it an outrage. nut an pniiiv helpless. Commerce it stopped, and the Boor nlar.ler, whose very existence de penJs upon ihn proceed or a few bales Of cotton, cannot take it to market. The butchers and blunderers who passed the act are happy, no doubt. , , . , , egi. Major General U. 0. WuiutiT has issued nn order announcing hit assump tion of the command of the district of Texas. The present district of the Kio fSrnnde will constitute the tub-district of the I!io Grande, to he commanded by Brevet Major General G. W. Getty, and the present central district, the tub-dis trict of San Antonia, to ne commauuou by Brevet Major General S. P. Hkint- tefir Major General Howard, Com missioner of the Freedmen.s Bureau, has addressed a telegram to the Assist- nt Commissioner of the Bureau lit Ala bama Informing him oft statement made hut two freedmen had been told in Clarke county at slavet, one tor six hundred dollars, and the other for teven hundred, and directing him, in case the ttuttmcnt it true, to tecure the release of the freedmen. " fcr The Commissioner of Internal Revenue has decjded that where a lax for grading tlreets, etc., is assessed by a municipal corporation and other public laws, and the payment thereof it made compulsory, the tax payer it entitled to deduct the tax so paid in making return of his income. . gkir Information ha been received from California that the l'anaana railroad has been told to an English company, and the act it regarded at prejudicial to the interests of the citi zens of the Uuited Statet crossing the Idthinua. Coy A cummuuication inclosing teven huudrifrl dollars, ha just been received at ihe Treasury Department, from a Catholic priest, In Baltimore, whu statet that the suiue was placed in hit hands by .a penitent at confessiou, as due to the government. tteyln a Stale under the control of the Radicals, one must twear before he can preach the gospel of Christ. An oath is not required to preach that ol the devil. It not thin policy a discrim- iiRlion against the former? kWuThe Tcxat papers are loud in their complaiuta of Indian depredation!, and say the Apachet and Navajoet are carrying off cattle by thousands, and in some tecliont are desolating the country. ftaT Count liismai has tent a letter of thaukt to the United States minister, acknowledging the kindness of the American residents who furnished the fifty tons of ice for the wounded in the hospitals. tir The organization of the grand army of the Republic in Illinois now numbers eighty thousand all officers and men who terved during the war. FROM WASHINGTON. The Piettdent't Return Hit Wel come Horn. Sewaid Giaut Laoo" Office Bales. S'-il dispatch to th LoBijtille Courier. WisaiMiTox. September ia. me ar rangements lor i be reception ol the President on hit return tour, under the direction of the municipal authorities, ere very complete. It tha demonstra tions bad taken place by dayngbt, at was intended, it would have been very effective. At it wat, the delay at Balti more prevented tha arrival of the rresi- atial traia until alter dark, and great ly injured the effect and shortened Ibe programme. The train wat advertised to arrive at 5 o'clock in the evening, and at 4 o'clock the different delegations, which were to compose tha procession, were mustered and marched to the posi tions assigned them. An immense crowd had assembled at the City Hall, where the welcome address . of Mayor Wallarh and the President's response were to be delivered, and in the vicinity of the depot Five o'clock came, but there were no sikus of the Presidential party. The crowd waited very good-naturedly and patiently. At it grew dark many or the people, especially ladies and juveniles, lot weary and left, but their places seemed to be filled by new-comers, who ware constantly arriving upon the scene. Finally, shortly , after " o'clock, the tinnf of a salute cave notice of the ap proaih of the train, and as it entered the depot, and the President and his friends entered tbe carriages provided for them, cheering loud and long and wild enthusiasm spoke the welcome of the people. Tbe procetsion wat toon formed, the military in tha advance. followed by the carriages containing the lommittee and tbe rresident t party, and after them tha civil portion of it. and proceeded to the City Hall, From ten to fifteen thousand people were here assembled The President proceeded to the portico of tha l ity liaiL and here welcomed by tha Mayor fittingly and appropriately, which was happily responded to by him. Owinc to the late ness of the hour and the exhaustion of the President . from tha fatigues which he had undergone in his protracted and laborious journey, both addresses were very bnet 1 n conseqsenee of the dense throng but a few, comparatively, were able to heur the speakers, but the ap- nlanaa nf those who could hear wat re echoed by the multitude, which, by this f me. extoni eil lor tonjo ilitiunce uown Knur and n half street, toward tho nve nue. At the conclusion of tha addresses the procession was re-lormeu. and pro .nmlPit down Third street to Pennsylva nia avenue, and np the avenue to the .White House. All along tlie iivemie ine aidewulkt were densely crowded by the people, who had coma out to do honor to tho Chief Mngistrate, and as the carriage in which he wat seated passed along it was greeted with a succession of loud and heartfelt cheers. A great crowd had preceded the President to the White House, and tilled the upen space in front of it so that it was with some difficulty thut a passage was opened thrnuL'h it for the procession to pass. The military scort. consisting ot the lat and 3d battalions of the 12th infantry and one squadron of the 5lh United Statet Cavalry, preceded by General Canby and his stall', hud the advance. They tiled to Ihe right of the nrch in front of the Kxecutive Mansion. After these vome the carriage containing the President and others, with the rest of Ins p'y- . At tlie rresiueni t carmine ur lo the entrance of the Executive Man sion, the vast crowd again gave vent to their feelings in loud nnd most enthusi astic cheers. The President alighted from hi carriuge, and look u position upon the portico, .where he could review the balance of the procession as it filed past hint,- After the carriages had passed iho employes of the navy yard and arsenal marched by, bearing trans parencies, in which were inscribed " Welcome lo the Chief Magistrate, tho workingman't friend," " Honor to our distinguished Secretary; Ihe- navy men respect him," "Grant and Karragul, heroes ou land and sea," "To our Ad miral, welcome home,". "William H. Seward, the able Statesman and Diplo matist, "The Washington Arsenal, welcome to our President," The Johnson Department Club fol lowed, with their richly emblazoned ban ner, and after them came the various Johnson Clubs, Civic Associations, etc. The procession was closed by the Firo Department, which was out in full force, with their steam lire engines, hoso car riages, hook and ladder trucks, etc., all of which were decked with a multitude of flags, and the men were handsomely uniformed. As each delegation passed under the arch, and in review before the President, they saluted him with loud and enthusiastic cheers. When the pro cession had all passed, the crowd called loudly and persistently for the Presi dent, who, taking a position where all could hear him, relumed thanks briefly for the reception and welcome which he had received, saying that such a welcome from a people whom he had long known and served, was truly crali fyingto him, and would be remembered while a pulsation remained in his body.1 He had endeavored lo do his duly nnd should continue lo perform what he be lieved to be bis ollicial duty in the future as in the past. He could only refer them to his pust acts us promises for the " future, lie had seen and been similarly welcomed by mil liont tinea he left here, and it wus hit opinion that an inspiration had gone forth which would at no distant day uiiiti? ihe whole people under the Constitution aud the laws. Again returning thanks for the reception they had given him, he bowed bis adieu, and, umidst enthusi astic and tumultuous applause, retired into the White House. There were a few calls for I'arragut, but the crowd gradually and quietly dispersed, and re turned to their homes. General Grunt left the parly at Balti more, and came in tho regular train about two hour before the President, aud quietly stepping out ut the depot, entered a carriage which was in waiting, and was driven home. Secretary Wells and Admiral Farragul tlood by the President to the last, and accompanied him to the While House. The President looked tired, and wat somewhat hoarse, but seemed to be vig orous and energetic to the last , FROM OHIO.- Soldiers' and Sailors' Convention. Cleveland. September 15. The pre parations for ihe Soldiers' and SailorV Convention to-day are tolerably com plete. A tent or the capacity ol three or lour thousand persons is ready in Monu ment Square. The arrivals upt.i the present are not heavy, but to-night and to-morrow will largely increase them. Gen. Sleadmsn and the committee of arrangements arrive tonight, and the programme will probably be settled ut tha meeting this evening Gov. Bram letle, of Kentucky, and Gens. Wool, MrCook and I ustar are already bera Indications point to Gen. Wool as tem porary, and Steadiniii as permanent chairman. Beyond this little, as yet nothinr it indicated i.f the course of the Convention, though the general impres sion u thai but little speech-making will be done. Thelweather to-day is line nd cool, but threatening this evening to rain. Clevklakd. O.. September 10. .ot over three hundred delegates to the Sol diers' and Sailors' Convention have yet arrived not enough to give any indica tion of the strength ot the Convention. The morning traius and boats will prob ably give large accessions. There are complaints ol toe coolness of the reception of the delegations, no formal reception being given them. Tho executive committee baa rooms at the Kennard House, and will be in ses sion to-night. The temporary organiza tion will lake place i : am. to-morrow. by which time all the delegation will have arrived. FE0.U NAsHULLK. Horrible Rape Frightful Increase of Cholera. Nashville, Sept 15 Last Saturday night, during the progress of a revival meeting, three miles from Lebanon, Tennessee, Kance Chapman, a negro, appeared with a loaded rihV, insulting some persons. Learning that the mother of his intended victim was in church, he repaired to the house, where he an nounced his intention, and rushing on the rirl. seized her. despite her Mrugcles and screams, and carried her off into the neighboring woods to a distance of half a mile, where, overcoming all resistance. he forced her to yield to his lust After keeping her in the woods three or four boors, satiating his desires, he allowed her to go home. The girl's name is Winters, and she is about nineteen years old Tha Franklin Rern announces the cholera in Franklin. Tenn. Tha panic about the clolern is so bad in NoshvilW that the matistretes cannot enforce tha attendance of witnessi Tha consideration of oil civil rases is postponed for the present Twenty two new cases of cholera ore officially reported for the twenty-four hours end ing at 7 o'clock p.nv: and ten deaths. Tram Cincinnati. ' The elecuo tor concreasmea in tha sixth Kentucky district yesterdsy, re- suited in the- success of. A. II. Ward, Democrut, by ft heavy majority. Large Democratic gaint are returned from every quarter. Ward't majority in Ken ton county it estimated at 1000, and in Campbell about 800. At the Radical torchlight procetsion was patting the Democratio head quarters on Vino street, last nipht, tome boTt threw ttonet into the column. A iparty of Radicals then rushed up ttuirt into inn uemocrnuc rooms, ana ornim ished clubs and presented pistols to five pertont who were sealed quietly around Ihe table, preparing the proceedings of Ihe ward meeting which had a few mo menta previous adjourned. Nt) blood was spilled, however This evening a young man named Henry Vrunning called on a. young lady named K Dinger, who resided on the cor ner of Fifth and Baum streets. He picked up a gun and playfully pointed it at the young lady, and tho next moment her braius were blown out. The young nan rushed madly to the river and tried to drown himself, but was rescued. There were 135 deaths Inst week, of which C2 were from cholera. KY -TELEGRAPH; THE NOON DISPATCHES Nkw York, September 18, 'm. Gold 43. Exchange quiet, CO days 7J. Cot ton quiet and unchanged. Flour quiet, less linn. Wheat quiet and unchanged. Pork heavy at fXS 20. Lard steady, IT to 19. Wasiiinutok, Sept I8.t-Gen. Baird hut formally been relieved of the com mand of the department of the Gulf, and assigned to duty in the department of the Lukes, and will report to General Hooker. Cleveland, September 18. The Sol diers and Sailors' Convention brgunized yesterday. General ool, was choseu temporary chairman. In the course of his remarks he said the sooner Congress admitted the Southern representatives, the sooner will be allayed the apprehen sions of the people, tho dangers which menace the country and the prosperity of the Union. He said tho purposes of the Radicals were to plunge the oouutry again into civil war, if negro suffrage was not couceded by the South, and leave the country a howling wilderness for Wutit of more victims to gratify their spirit of revenge. But the war be stated would not be confined to the South, but would extend over the North, and only close with the overthrow of the Govern ment. He said President Johnson wat a patriot, and that the brave are always merciful and generous. With the Presi dent, he, too, said we have had war enough, let us now jhave peace. These sentiments met with particular enthusi asm. Tho Convention is largely attended, between three aud for thousand dele gates being preseut. The pavilion was crowded to its utmost capacity and the proceedings were most harmonious. Nkw York, 12.30 m., Sept 18. Cou pons of '81, lllji 'C2, lHi; 'f.j, 10(U; treasuries, 1 OI'.J. M KM PIUS. TUm. SEPTEMBER K -W The Power of Alto'ney granted to Air. A T. Meakiurs is hrreby revoked. KDWAKD WAKBVRG. i I'TAt'HMEN T NOTICE. - STATU Of' i MiMiaaipid. Desoto County. T. li I'swry vs. J. .ho A. llonry. Attachment fur fJ7 ID-liUl. Whereaf. the attachment in the above eve was returned executed, by levying; on one seine as tho property of said defendant, and it ap pearing that the said defendant is a nun-mi-.iMitt ..I th fttata of Miasidginiii : therefore it is onlarod by tho Court the said defendant do appear at a Magistrate's Court ti be held at liorn Lake Iiepou on Wednesday, tho 1'ih day of October. between tho hours of 111 and 3 o'clock of said day.and then and there plead, antwer or demur, or judgment will be given aeiimst him. It is farther ordered thataeopy f this order be pulilHdeu in tne jiiempini Vi'ui ir l.riHir.a. a nawsoaper published la tha city of Memphis, onro a week for fur weeks fuesivelr. . JAMES IIKNEK.J.P. Sept. 1j. iswin o So. 323 1-2. . a. 3JI main s-rri6i;i:T ; li'P STAIRS), lOMMISSIO.S SHOE IIOtSK. li E yi K M II E It -imi - JOSEPH S. LEVETT IS NOW RECEIVING UI3 EXTENSIVE X stuck of ItllOtM, 8IIOOK 11 Illltei fnmi tho manufacturer, and will sell at A ET H ICES fur aiiuall oniiui-Moa. ibe utitek now being opened ap is ooo 01 too MOST COJIPLKTli ever brought to Memphis. JUS. 0. LUVIilT, :W Nus. and S.M Main rt.. Memphis. K.UIUIl. O. L. PtMffOg. New lork. aieraroH. inm d otuiLL, a. s. a ru. bug-land. jieupuis. 0RGILL BROS. & CO., 310 and S13 Front Street, MEMI'HIS, .TENNEiSE jjJ Importers aad Dealers is Foreign & Domestic Hardware, CUTLERY, OUNB, NAILS. Castinet. Iron. Bteel, Metals, Etc. HAVE NOW ON HAND AND TO AR river brose Table Citlerr: lw dmea Spring Cutlery : i duiea Engti-h and American Pillkl: V-M dwien Aie: -J.) duiew Hatchets: 7 a) dteo Files aad Rs-o: 7 pair Trace i bain : ? cask! L. Ceil aad TCagon Chains: 1. doiea FiaolerV Hues: ."7j doiea Code MUL: A dutew Curry Combe : dmen Cotrnn sei Wool Cardi; al dntea Shorelt aad Spadee: d'teB M heelbarrow: 17j.' IH. Hollnwware Castinr" : biack.miths' Solid box Vices; I7j lacksmiiki' Aariit ; I'M iak-kmiths iU-ilowe: in." Iba. fcnibsk and Amerieaw IIore Nails: l box 1 reach Windw iiasa: .-J Fudi-h doable aad uncle-barTel (tans: 4 ( vl Flow: ;nn Wrought Flowa; A .1 Sftfl I'loV. : K"ll. Kahber aad Leather (iin and Mill Bands: Becidas aa mtniie variety of Hardware and AtTKsitaral touts aad implement. whH-h they are etennc at Kw rmi for caa. and u which tkey wuuid Bioat reapectfally call thealtentiea ,f K. fa Mn-li&Bta mMd 1 1 . n tar. !v4e hwii ia Mnaphi i r Marriw k Co-'l Fir aad Duraiar Fr- f Sale. ALo ascau Li the Arrow Cottoa lia- WboleaaJa Department and Sample Booms Upataira. Orders takea fr Machinery only en the f d- lawins terms: Halfweh at time of order: bal - ance at bar of delivery, AMUSEMENTS. NEW MEMIMIIJ T HEAT HE I.eMee and Manager ;...W. C. THOMPSON Mnga Miinagor.-e I 'KaV 'N Tremurer , C. I). STEIN KUI1L Fecund woek or the great Aincrlosn actor, MR. L. P. BARRETT. ? TUESDAY EVENING, Sept. IS, lBflfl, the new drama, Bomaiuc or a Poor Young Man. Manual (Marquis da Clisuiprey) ... Mr. BarrelL 8CALK OK PRTCK9-Drei Circle and Pst uuelte, $1; OrcheHtra Cliairs, l 10; Fauuls Cirele. In t Third Tier und Colored Gallery, l!ac; Colored UuseH iK'. liUKIiMAW umtl HOISK. Lesion and Manager V. A. TANK Rn ILL Stsgi) Manager W. U. tlle-fc 1KB Musical liireolur ' Slit. OL1 VlhKA TUESDAY EVENING, Held. lHth. second appearance uf the young aud liuautiful actress, MISS KM I I.IK MEL.VII-L.K, who will appear in KANCUON, THR CKICK Kf. t he Cricket (with sung. II Haecio aud Klow )u, Thoa binning Kivor), Miss Emilie IaKiIIm liuriiu. tha evening several new overture by the orchestra ander the direction of Slg. Ulieriera. .rices of Adtnisainn : Parnuette and Drers Circle. 1; Family Circle, .'0 ct.. s Uallery, Hi '!.; Colored Ilexes, ai ets. : loioreu uaiiery, lids. No extra charge fur secured seats. En trance to I'urquette and Dress Circle, norm I to Family Circle and Uallery, south. Doors oi'cn nt : enrtnin ri"cs at 8' ,. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS (JTATIJ OF TENNESSEE, ' FAYETTE n Cuuniy: County Court, Fayette county, Tennussee: Tito estate of John II. Stanley, deceased, having been suggested as insolvent, it is ordered that all persons having claims against said estate, shall present and hie thein, duly authenticated, within six months Iroin tlie dittenf this notice, with the Clerk of the Coun ty Court of Fnyctte county. Tenn., or the same will he barred bolh in law and oiiuity. V, At. CRAWFORD. Adm'rof John h. Stanley, Deo'd. Set.4. JnWl. lawtu-W ALABAMA DWELLING QN THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AT 4 o'clock, wo will sell to Uio highest biJJer, with out reserve, a very Coin Tort able iiml Uoomy Cot CnRe Heisidonoo, situated on Alabama street, ucar the intersec tion of Poplar. 1 his is one of the most com fortable and desirable residences iu that part of the city, being convenient to the street railway and gas iinlits, and near schools, etc. Terms liVrul. Sale without reserve. Title perfect. 1 , f MONSARKAT, LANIER CO., 15 Auctioneers. Irving Rlock. Elegant Dwelling at Auction. On Saturday Afternoon, Beptember22d, At 4 O'clock,' ON THE PREMISES. WE SHALL SELL to the higheit bidder, without reserve, a large aud Commodious Dwelling, Situated on the cvl side of Hernando street, south of Vance. This hon-e contains eight rooms, wide pu-sano, kitchen and servants' room, bath room, stible and carriage house, cistern and well. The ((rounds are beautifully set with fhrubbery and shailo trees. The lot fronts IIernsnd' street 73 feet, and extends back 2i"J feet to a twenty foot alley. This is oue of the mo.4 danrshle residences in South Memphis, nnd should command the attcnlunce of those who desire lo have on elegant and comfortable home. The title is perfect. Salo without reserve, on liberal terms. M0NSARRAT, LANIER & CO.. Auctioneers, Irving Rlook. BULD1XG LOTS AT AUCTION. 1VrE SHALL SELL. AT AUCTION. UN 11 'Xhurndiiy inorninir, Hepl, COtU. Ht 1 oVIork, on the preniises, . 1 TEN BOILDING LOTS, Situated in One. J. lies' subdivision, jus", north of tha Old Ralciph road, and within a short distance of the corporation limits. These lots front on Marlcy and Carroll avenues, and each huve a front nf SO feet and extend back I'.SI feet to an alley. On two of these lets arc small but COMFORTABLE DWELLINGS. In a short time the direct railway will be ex tended to within a .hurt distance of thee lots. Omnibuses will leave our office, IrvinK Block, at V't o'clock on day uf sale, to tskc thus ahu wi.h to attend. U MONSAR R AT. L A N If RA C . Orhcial Drawings or the Missouri But Lottery. CLASS No. WI-DsW!i Fr.rT.1". IS 11. 01, w. ni -i . . 75. 57, 7. fij, li EXTRA CLASS W2-Daiws Srrr. 17. 1W. 3. Z. 37. 74. W. i. A. 30. Iu, 15 . 2S. NO GIFT ENTERPRISE! Or any other Swindle! ALABAMA. MISS0DKI AND KENTUCKY STATE AND HAVANA LOTTERIES. ONLVLFdAL lOTTF.RIES IX I. S. 'I'HKY AUK DRAWN 1' N I 1" R STATU I Charter; hive Wen drawn fur over 1'OK 1 Y EAKK ti'.ndi be and are depoaitad ai'h 1.9. CtUcUr as -itrit. 1'be prire are drawn in -ultic by two swnrn Cur mir-'iuDer. apt-'inted by the Mate. Mui be drawn it u-ket are e.-li or not. IItIZi:r ALL OAJSII! Thr r two Suttj lirwinr cb dj, mad tw tiiviint trvinar.4 raK-ta luwnlb. Itntwin-" rn t nn twj h'ur? after l-yf-cfcf lirkfl. hll (h Ttrkrtf arv PriztM Priit 'ziii on ir ol i-ur bas. Ti V 'o -rviinj lo 'hcm. I'nret 11 -ir'ttor to Srhrtnt. I'nnnral AemUK W . VAN VOAs-r, "o. "i) Jftftirys a ttrrrt. uh Ae-mcir at l'u. 7 J Jfitrrn. cr. Third Trs-t : No. 76 B-l trt; No. t roat trrt rjom ;.&: No. iitHiayt'MJ ptrvri. :. vi r..i ) I I ' 1- s DRY GOODS. t n" i ' Mammoth ; Cheap Store. Ml ' ... nrn ATM ft TTl T!T!T -- - 297 MAIN STREET.-'- 9r iuoj 1UST RECEIVED t i . ' ' ' New Fall : Dress ' Goods, 10,000 yarJa Utt ftylei, frv 3Uto Wteenti C'uMMhiettM und tiutnluiereH, For Oents and Children's Clothins. from 40 cents to i'lVi per yard. s i ! , Froui Auction. ... , i ' I ...... . .-.' . . i i 21 ; A complete Ijneuf Whit Gonds, at extremely low irioes. 1 Ii-ImIi' Linens, , Warranted all linen, from 51 cents tu 1W oents per yard. ' , ' , Wiiile anil Colored Fltiiuiel, Frm 50 cents to $1 nor yard. ' . . j Fro in Aucliou. , Fifty doten Ladies' Balmoral Skirts, $i each. 14 Clolh CloiikM.V j Lateet styles, at very low firioes, Ji , Wear bound to sustain oar rei.titation as The Cheapest Store In the City; WE DEFY COMPETITION. j () N K IJltIC3 1i: ON L.Y. Our wholesale rooms are now in order, and we invite the attention of J;af''V,,!ruh"K'.?f we feel ns-nred WK CAN OFFfcR IHIvM BAHUAINS. , , , . Uiva us a li ial before purchasing chewhere. ELSON DUOS.' , t MIMMOIII CHEAP NTOIIE, W7 MAINSTRFKT 19 MEDICAL. Something New Inder the Sun. A New Era in Medicine. T ET THE SUFFERING AND DISEASED 1 j read the following: Let all who have been siven tin by Doctors, and spoken of as inourable, read tha tollowmg: Let all who can believe facts, and can have faith in evidence, read the following : A'now all Urn by Ihnt VeeiilJ,That on this, the twentieth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eieht hundred snd sixty-six. personally came Joseph II a dock to me. known as such, and being duly sworn, deponed as lul lows : That he i the sole general agent for the United State and dependencies thereof, for pre parations or medicines known aa M AUuIkL o FILLS and 8ALVK, and that the t'ol owing certificates are verbatum copies to the best of his knowledge and belief. IL. B.J J AM KS si M K IT RE. Notary Public, Wall Street, Iiew ork. Ds. Mauoihl : I take my pen to write you of my great relief, and that the awful pain in my side has lelt me at last-thanks to your medicine. Uh, dootor, how thankful I am that I can f ut some rleep. I ran never writo it enough. I thank you again and again, and am sure yon are really the fiiend ol all sufferers. I could not help writing to you, and hope ruu will sot lake it amiss. JAMF.S MYt.Ra. June l,l-0. lid Avenue D. This is to certify thst I was disrharged from the army with Chronic. Diarrhiea, and have beeo cured ner.. v, ?eg,e..r,,j.ARvEV Now York. April 7, lSii. 2i Pitt Street. The following is an intere-ting esse of s man employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pnuriiig melted iron into a flank that was damp and wet caii'ed aa axplosion. Tbe welted iron wae thrown Ki-nnrul and nn him in a perfect .hower. and he was burnt dreadfully. Tha. following oertihoate wae given to me by hnu about eight weeks alter tne accident: N sw Yon, Jan. 11, leffl. ( num i. Jacob llardv : I am an iron foun der: I was bndly burnt by hot iron in November last; my bums healed but 1 had a running sore on my leg that would not heal; I tried Maggiel's calve, ana u eurea nie m iow .n... j u" all true, and any body can now see uia at J sea son's Iron Works, Second Avenue. J. HARDY. WHAT THE PATIENTS BAY OF Dr. Magglel's nils and Salve I rrtrcti from Various Letters. "1 had no appetite; Maggiel's Fills Kveu.e ur.i i J uuv. " Your Pillc are marvelous." 1 " I rend for another box, and ketptbeia in Ida huue." "Dr. Maggicl hu oarel my headache that i chioiae." " I gave half of one of your rill lo my babe for cholera morbus, lue aear nine laing (ui well in a day. " My nauea of a morning is now cured." Yonrbox of Maggiel's Salvo cared me of noites in the bead. 1 rubbed some ol your Salve behind my ears and the none lelt. " Send ma two boxes ; I want one fur a poor family. I enclose a dollar: your price is twenty-lire cents, but the medicine tome worm a sonar " Send ma fivs boxes of your pills." " Let me have three b ue, uf your S:tlre!y aetura mail. " The beat Pill fur heaJai-he I ever bad." "Mvlircr wurks like an engiua, thanks to yuiir Pills. "Iam leased to sny to you. Dr. Mstviol. that I would not be without a box of your Pill lor rurmg uie of moruing nausea tor the world " Yoa will Iiml encloed one dollar. Your Pill are ouly cents, but 1 cu.ider them worth to me one dollar. " bin Dimob : My ton rue bad a fur on it every nn. ruing like the back of a cat.- our Piiii took it away." I took half a pill and cni-died it to powder, and save it ia jelly to my little bal for cholera morbus. Tha dear little pel was well in three hours utter. "I "nppo-e it Is hardly worth while to tell you wiy bunted foot has got well from the use of your balve. Fnelused hud 'L ceola lor an other box to keep ia the huuje." "Send me another box of Salve." M Knrlo--e! find 75 cent f.r two buxes of your MaXMi'l Pills and one of Salte." " The most rcntle yet searching niejirine I erer swailowe.1." I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials. M AlrlilEL'S PILLS AND SAI.VK are al most aniversal in tbetr ettects. and a rurv e-sn besliuuat always guaranteed. tuK BII.Llul S DIKASK' nothing can be mure productive of cure than these Pill.. Their almost marie ta Suence is felt at once : and the a-ual eoacomi tants of this must di-tresaing di,eae ate re moved. Tbee reme,lies arst made from the pure.! Vt-.tTAbLK O'MPOl MiS. Thev will nt harm tbemoM delicate female, and can he given with f.od e:let in lrrs.rild dws tu theronngeetbi.be. KuR Cl'lANEOI'S ms iiKI'KKn and all eruptions of the skia tlie SAl.Vki is must invaluable. It dues not heal externally at toe. but penetrate with ihe most searching effects to the rcry r A of the cvii. DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS ivkwit ct'SI Tat roi towrso Disuses: Astasia. howel Complaints, Coarbs, C"ls. Cheet Diseases, CoeliTenese, Ilrpsia. DiafrnVea, Dm per. Debility. Fever aad A tne, Ic-iisfvtMiiiii, Int. urn a, lnisantiliH. 1 award W vnknesf. Liver Cotuioaitt. I. nwnrf ot .-,'ir.t. Rinrwrm, Xi KUCUOL. .Viie. Skin Hi Each Boi Contains Twelve Pills. ONE FILL 19 D08E. Nurira. None gecnine with -uf the en graved tra-le rn.rk ar-end e -a fw,t -r bx, esgwed by Imh loK J. MAiit.IkL, New Tors. Iw caterfcit whtcw ie f.loay. S-.,.li by all rrtpertahle Dealers in Med iinee thmuch'-at th I aited Slate aad Cana dss uff..iTnTI,wT 4-1 1 1 VDVFRTISE IX THE pl RI.tO I.KD.FR. wh,Hi has the L A Kii KT CI RCl' LAT 1 'N vl acy daily pno'.'-ncd ia lac ftateof Tennevee. -MEDICAL. (From Dispensatory of ths United B tales. (7; Dlosma CrenaU, Buohu Leavesnsa, PH0PEETIES. Their odor is strong, "diffu sive, and somewhat arumatie. their tastes bit terish, aud analogous to mint. r , " MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES, liucbu loaves are gently stimulant, with a peu liar tendenoy to the Urinary Otguns. producing Uiureii, aud like other similar luedioiues, ak citiug diaphoresis, when oirouuistanoes favor this mod of action, i ' i ' ' They are given iu complaints of the Urinary -Organs, such ss Gravel, Cbrotiie Catarrh of the Bladder. Morbid Irritation of tho Bladder and Urethra, Disease oi tbe Prostrate and Retention or Inoontinuenoe of Urine, from a loss of tdfce in the parts oonceruod In its evacuation. The remedy has also been reoomui ended in Dyipep ia. Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Affecli'UH, and Droiwy. , . i I ' HELMBOLD'S KXTRACT BUC11U Is used by persons from the ages of, U to 2), and froui X) to &, or in tho decline or change of life ; after Confinement or Labor Fainsi Bod welling Jin children. ; j - ; i i- . i f ' v IN AFFECTIONS PECULIAR TO FK MALliB, the Extract Buohu Is uneuualed y any other remedy, as ia Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfullness or KuppreBaionjjof Customary Kvacuhtlons, Ulcerated or Schirrbus Slut of the l! turns, Leuoorrhea or Whiles. I DISEASES OF THE BLADDER, KID NEYS, GRAVEL, and DROPSICAL SWEL LJNUS. This medicine Incresies the power of Digestion, and exoites Ihe Abaorbeuls iulo healthy action, by which the Watery or Calca reous depositions and all Unnatural Enliirto ment are reduced, as well as Pain and lunun, mation. - UELMBOLD'3 EXTRACT BUCIlO'ha cured every ease of Diabetes in which it has been given. Irritation of tho Neck' of the Blad der and Inflammation of the Kidneys, I lour tion of th Kidneys and Bladder, Retention of Urine, Diseases of the Prostrate Uland,Slaue in the Bladder, Calculus, (Jravel,. Briik-Uust Deposit, and Maeasor Milky Discharges, and fur Enfeebled and Delicate Constitution", of both Sexes, attended with the following symp toms : Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of Disease, Wake fulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in Ibe Back, Hot Hands. Flushing of the Body, Dryness of the Skin, Eruption en the Face. Pallid Counte nance. Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, etc, ! ' ' ' ' ;'t J" . HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.IS DIURETIC AND BLOOD-PURIFYINil. and cures all Diseases arising from Habits of Dissipation, ' excesses aud Imprudenclesl In Life, Impurities of tbe Blood, etc., superseding Copaiba in affections for which it is used, such aa llonorrhcea, Uloets, of long standing, and Syphilitie A flections -in these diseases used in connection with He'mbold's Rose Wash. ,-'. Sold at H r Drag and Chemloal Warehouse, . ....... 694 BROADWAY. 1 ' ..-(- And by Druggisls everywhere.' - ........... M . v "O-, 4 ASK FOK IIELMHOMrS, TAKE NO QTHKJ,. , , Itewaro of t'ouatcrrcitH. 4 !' FOR -DIARRHEA! Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Remedy, Use Red Diarrhea Reined; , , Ue lied Diarrhea Remedy. For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. , For Acute or Chronic Diarrhea. Vnr Aoute or ChronicDiarrhea. For Acute or Chtonic Diarrhea. RVAt 1I.I KIIIIEA HKME1IY Is the best for Infants snd Children. Is the best for Infants and Children. Is the best for Infants and Children. Is tbe best for Infanta and Children. t. i '..'a i I t UiveS Immediate Rolief. tiives Immediate Relief. (lives Immediate Relief. Gives Immediate Relief. VOMITIXU A1 CRAMPS Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Cured with Red Diarrhea Remedy, Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. Prepared in the South. l-Z K J Z 11 Y .F" A 31 1 la Y Who wi.-hce to use the best aad most perfect Diarrhea Medicine now beloie the public, every bottle of which will cure a case, should at once purchase the Red Diurrhea Remedy. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. Every Bottle gives Satisfaction. Kvery Bottle gives Satisfaction. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. Itcures Diarrhea fur One Dollar. It cures Diarrhea for One Dollar. PALK A1VI FEEBLE Patients who have used so many Diarrhea pre parations without benetit. should send immedi ately and get a bottle of the Ked Diarrhea Rem edy. It is exceedingly plea'ant, contains no powerful astringents, imparts tune and strength to the stomach and bowels, and makes radical cures. iioi.riiA i. xr.w Yoiiit. Prop for it in Mmrhif. t'rf.ir for it in MeniphU. I fir pure Uf it in Almplii.H, It oHiiiuencet with Iiarrliea. It couiuene With Ln.irrlien. It c-tmnteoeen with Xjittrrhem. Ile.l liinhe Rpu'Iv will euro yuj. heii !irrlien Kwme.ij will cure you. ' 1 . KU llarrh KcnitKly will cir yua. FOK VOL It KI1.LYS. The most perfect medicine, ' - - The most perfect mediciue. The most perfect medicine, Tbe most perfect medicine. i Fur the Kidneys and Bladder, For the Kidneys and bladder, tor the Kidnevsand Hladder, . For the Kidneys and Bladder, Is t.xt. Rearlierry, CoMn and Jiuchu. Is Kit. Bcarbairy, I nbebs and Iwichu. Is Kit. Rearberry, Cubebs and Ruchu. Is Ext. Bearberry, Cubebs and Buchu. FOR OLD AD rtJUXG. Who hare been troubled with an disease re quiring a certain and powerful Diuretic, and wbu have resorted to the various advertised preparations, in vain, we say emphatically that our preparation is tbe cheapest and beat medi cine now before tho puldic. Larre Unities tor One Dollar. Large Roitlee for I hie Dollar. Laree Koitles. fur One Dollar. L.r.e Buttles fur On Dollar. A remedy fur the Urinary Organs. A remedy forth I nnary Organs. A remedy tor th V rinary Orrans. A remedy fur th Urinary Onanf. Ir not censure before yon buy it, Fir?t procure one bottle and try it. If it is prepared in the Sonth by a class nf Phri,-ians, d,Kfl that detract from lit purity and cxcrlleac? Do yoa prefer frigid adven turers and. quacks to torrid acquaintances and tried physicians? Are not the people of the South competent to prepare honest and reliable me-licine for family u T HEAR OP ALT. FAMILIES Bay tli "Ureal Pont hero Preparations." -Buy the t.real Southern Preparation " buy the " Ureal Southern Preparations." Buy th"Oreat Southern Preparations." They merit esteem and confidence. They merit wtwti and eontidenc. Th-y merit esteem and eondenoe. They Bi.nl esteem and esstjadeBO. CITIZENS OF. MEMPHIS Who wish to give oar saedicines a trial who hiier that Praeii-mg Physician can iv la.oi satislaetiow. wo am wtllinc lo patnitii bom iatituU"A who believe litat - baas sound as eiteeitT aa any other and who timM selievia MdecanincJeTerTthiD!ui,t her eod to year aaret luurt'-l. ur lo th sullowina IIihssm f.,r bbv uf iba ' i.real South- erw Preparations" thst ya my Bred, lor sale by J. f. ! i; 1 1 V ii M i.h ClA. - u. w . joy r a iik A.RENKERT, , , 51 -U jfemphis, let a.