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MSS1SSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
02 MILKS SUOUTUH
Than any Other Iloute
rpo GRENADA, JACKSON. VICKSBTJIta
I and New Orleans. Trains leave dally at
U6 p.m. Time to N ew Orleans. ' heart.
IJaesase Checked Throush.
Through ticket for nh at Mississippi end
Tennessee Depot, foot Main "K" fNo' 0
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Office. JJo. a ftls.dia.on Btreet
LARGEST CITY CIRCULATION.
Saturday Evening. Nov. 24. 1866
THE FLAN FOE BUILDING THE MEM
PHIS AND BELMA RAILROAD.
If we have written little on the subject
of what is termed the Memphis and
Selma railroad, the omission was dic
tated by no indifference to so great an
enterprise. We have thought, and still
think, another road of more importance
to this citv. and have given our reasons
at length. Our people have been of the
same opinion, and the Little Rock road
is placed beyond doubt or ' conjecture.
We can now turn our attention in other
directions and ascertain hw matters
stand on our own side of the river. The
value to us of a road running di
rectly to Selma need hot be ar
Kued. All intelligent men think
alike npon that point ' But can
that road be constructed ? What are the
chances, and what is the plan? The
Aberdeen Examiner has an article on
this latter point which strikes us with so
much force as to justify us in yielding it
the most prominent place in our journal
It is as follows : " From a gentleman
whose opinions are highly valued by the
Chambers of Commerce of Memphis and
Selma, and who if not tfie pioneer of the
Memphis and Selma R. R. scheme, has
at least been its most devoted Bdberent
and the hardest worker in the cause, we
obtain the following points with regard
to the great project, which, if successful
and it cannot fail unless Memphis
closes her eyes to the vision of greatness
and prosperity it holds out will make
Aberdeen one of the largest and most
flourishing interior cities in the South,
an Atlanta intensified.
" The distance, he tells as, from Mem
phis to Selma, is about 280 miles; of this
distance thirty miles are already com
pleted, leaving a gap of 200 miles to be
"A most liberal estimate places the
costof building and stocking the road at
seven millions of dollars. The cities ot
Memnhis and Selma. and the lnlejme
diate cities, towns and counties, will be
Mneeted to subscribe two millions to the
stock of the road, and here is the plan
for realizing the remainder : Within ten
miles of the road on each side, there will
be twenty sections of land for each mile
of railroad. If the owners of these land
will subscribe one fourth of their land in
stock, this will give five sections ef land
for every mile of road. If they will sub
scribe one-eighth of their lands, it will
give two and a half sections per mile, or
sixteen hundred acres. This land, whea
the road approaches completion, will be
worth an average of ten dollars per acre,
or sixteen thousand dollars per mile, or
four million dollars for the two hundred
and fifty miles. This, with the two mil
lion of city and county bonds previous!
subscribed, will enable the company to
build the road in a much shorter time
than under any other system that could
be suggested. ..-
"It is evident to all who are at all
conversant with the record of wonders
worked by railroads in the Southern
and Western country, that the remain
ing lands on the route belonging to in
dividuals will be worth fifty per cent
more than the whole tract would have
sold for, without the railroad.
" If one-fourth of the land within tea
miles of the road-bed should be invested
in stock, it would amount in value npon
the completion of the road to 132,000 per
mile, and yet leave the original holders
wealthier than they were ere called upon
to enlist in the progressive enterprise.
" To Bhow our readers how the build
ing of railroads enhance the value of
real estate, we collect the following
"Between 1853 and 1S09, the four
counties of Butler, JackBon, Limestone
and Lowndes, Ala., increaed their land
valuation from $9,798,396 to $10,616,
829, in consequence of the construction
of railroads through them, wbihjt the
counties which had no roads Coosa,
Barbour, Chambers and Pickens, in
creased only from $tj,5G2,410 to $9,397,
885. "In the years 1606-57, while the in
crease of taxables in Tennessee was
about forty million dollars, five of its
chief railroad counties gave twenty mil
lion of that increase. The coanties were
Davidson, Williamson, Rutherford, Bed
ford and Shelby.-
- "In Georgia lands which were in the
market in 1S4G at from ten to fifty cents
per acre, commanded in 1S49, when the
Chattanooga railroad was in operation,
from ten to twenty dollars.
"In Ohio the taxable property was in
amount $136,000,000, when there were
only eijrhty-uine miles of railroad, and
$340,000,000 when three thousand miles
of railroad had been constructed. In
Illinois the rise was even greater, from
$72,000,000 when twenty-two miles ex
isted, to $102,000,000 with two thousand
five hundred und ninety-eight miles. In
Indiana an increase from thirty miles to
one thousand eight hundred and sixty
two ciilcs, increased the value of prop
erty fWn $119,000,000 to $317,000,000.
lu'aryluniL bj building sixty -five miles,
increased the property valuation $116,
(hmi.OOU; Georgia, nix hundred end nine
juilts lailroad, $218,000,000 rroPcr,J.:
one thousand three hundred and seventy
miles, $600,000,000 property. ; ' ;
" In view of tho importance of this
road to the cities of Memphis and Selnua,
and the towns along the route, ,can any
nnn doubt that the peoplo will
sagacity enough to avail themselves
the advantsgei now offered them." , '
bkn,,l,l iha Democracy of the North
follow the example of the Chicago Timet,
.UnJnlm Vrpsiilnnt. history will
UIIU Wmmw" .
record tho fact as one of base ingrnti
tudfl. President JoilKSOK boldly
loose from the party that elected h
and at a time, too, when the Democra
hud neculiar reasons for disliking n
lie had been a Democrat, but left that
nartv anil established himself in
frnnt rank. and subseouentlv became th
head of its great rival . When he refused
- 1 f
to fo ow the lead of bTRViss ana on
kkr, he found himself without a party
Th Dprnopraev chose between liim an
the Radicals. They went to his support,
gave him their adhesion at the l'uiiaaei
delphia Convention, cheered him anc
counseled him to. stand firm. The
foucrht the late battle under his leader
.tin : ITe has encountered whatever
of odium could be attached tc
sueh epithets as copperhead
ir;nr.T drunkard, i eta He went
down with the Democracy, main
Wruah of its anDOTJularity. Shall that
nartv now desert Bim ? Desert the man
who is to be impeached for measures
which it approved and 'ought a great
battle nDon ? The act would stamp the
party -as one thoroughly unworthy ef
public or private confidence. Uutwedt
not believe that it will desert the Presi
dent Such phosphoric lights as the
Chicago Times may fail him, but the
rank and file will stand firm. A te
newsnnners and orators, either purchased
or purchasable, will fly off, but the old
back-bone and the old sinew of the party
will adhere. Ineratitude is not yet the
Dredomiaant power in the land. Treach
ery is not yet the iron-crowned monarch
of the country.
The Chicago Times, which recently
came out in favor of negro suffrage, says
that no newspaper article in this country
ever produced such a sensation. To
hich boast the St, Louis Times makes
the following apt and unique reply :
We know of no illustration of the ego
tism of the boast it is unparalleled and
should remain so. But the case of tbe
servant girl who left her employment in
the country to enjoy a bit ot metropoli
tan life, furnishes a very fair counterpart
to the Times, parading the notoriety of
its infamy, as something to be proud ot.
Jake, who went awuy a plain and vir
tuous country lass, came back to visit
her old mistress in an agony ot crinoline
and vulvar jewelry and decorations.
" Bless me. Jive," said ber old employer,
"where did you get 'air those line
clothes? "La, Misses, replied Jane,
with a self-satisfied smile and glance of
approval, "didn't you know I'se been
ruined?" The Times has been debauched
also, but seems to think it is a tribute to
An exchange says Tuscumbia is going
through the process of bping convinced
on the subject of Baptism, which is being
discussed, regular debating society
fashion, by Rev. Dr. BnowKiKuand Hey.
Mr. Pickens. The Xurlh Alahamlan
observes, and very truthfully, no doubt,
that " the result will be, that those who,
before the discussion took place, believed
in immersion will balieye in immersion
still; and those who believed that other
modes of Baptism were as good, will
continue to think so."
Prince Hi'mbkrt, Victor Ekisckl's
eldest son and future King of Italy, is
positively engaged to marry the Arch
duchess Mabu Theresa of Austria,
daughter of tbe Archduke Albert, com
macder of the army in the late war
against Italy. She is 21; Prince Hum
bert 22. The city of Turin has made
an appropriation of a large amount for
the purchase of magnificent Vulenci
enn )ace as a bridal gift to the future
Tbe New York Day Book favors the
holding of a great Democratic convention
in 1867. It says thai in May or June
next, we trust the largest Democratio
mass convention that ever assembled in
this country, will meet somewhere in
Kentucky, to reorganize the Democratic
party on its true principles, and, nailing
them to the mast, keep them there until
victory crowns our efforts, if it takes
K&"Bekkett urges the election ol
Greeley to the United States Senate.
Tbe Utter probably would fuvor sending
the former to the penitentiary.
tvf It is announced that James Ste
rtuss has gone to Ireland. It is quite
as likely that Ireland is coming to him.
"IIAPIIAZARDV SKETCHES OF
One of Wheeler's Dashes.
From th Louisville Courier.!
Shilob, Murfreesboro and Cbicka
mauga! What tbnllingly sad memories
do these call up in every Confederate
breast! Glorious fields all of them, won
by valor unexampled; lost by blunder
ing inexcusable won by the rank and
file; lost by the slar collar incflicienL
Whether blame attaches lo the com
manders in-chief, to subordinate gene
rals, or to the woriMrts maUpfrls, who,
in fome instance. u'reded in folding
themselves by trick and impudence upon
tbe staff of thri-e of!i i:i!s, certain it is
that incompetency lolged somewhere
between "headquarters" and the line of
battle, lost ua the fiuita of more than
one hard-earned victory. It, as claimed,
Bragg gave orders to continue the pur
suit at Chickamaug, but his staff failed
to bear those orders to the front to Polk
in due time, tbe query arises, why were
not whole squadrons, nay battalions, if
necesaaay, detailed to insure their proper
delivery ? or were beardies newspaper
boy orderlies entrusted with these res
ponsibilities, involving at thut juncture
a great people's destiny ?
itl. r..i..l nnmmmifar had followed
his flying columns into tho crowded hm
its of Chattanooga and announced all
is lost". Aud all was lost with his un
derstanding of the pursuit that wouldbe
i.:. ..,to,1 apAltnred hosts. Hut
the apprehensions of the enemy, and the
hopes of tho South alike, went unrealized,
and, instead, the propitioua hour and
Aw vhiled away in
hilarity, and in looking down through
.-:- l.a PoArnl ratlins.
COUIUlUUUUO mi vuo -
These derelictions, however, UruRg
UIBUU Wltv " , - ,
i.-.. Anmm.itiliniT three a uad rants
rnA rmtnhlA Ptlori TO reoair.
of a circle around Chattanooga, left but
one road, and ttwt a very aiincuu o ,
near ih a mountains from McMinnville,
Wnwnrmnm rnuM Hmw his sub'
WUCIIUO woc. -
sistenee. ; Over this road, his only re
source as believed ga.n8t aiarrauuu.
:..u;nt i-0 front & thrmflnnd wait
fULIIIUIOUUU, J " " . '1 j
1 .IL t..rlan with nnmmiRSRrT aDu
ordnance stores, weredrngpngthe.rslow
l..sU lAn tnmrarA IhAAtirinill KOBY.
ICUlU UIUI1J iw"v- , " .
T JntA tlila train waa nflff the deSI
deratum. Accordingly Wheeler, at the
head of two divisions ot cavairv, carn
above Chattanooga, despite the vigilance
of a superior torce ot tue euemj u .u
Aiinnnira Kanlr an A within twentv-fou
hours, is over Waldron's ridge, where he
sends one division to jucaiinnviuu uu
with the other swoops down like an 'ava
lanche upon the train in Sequatchie val
i Tk. i.o,i nf tha imin. some hun
dred wagons loaded with enormous shell
tor siege pieces, nas wouuu up
the mountain crest, and in a few hours
wnnM have debouched upon the river
close in the Federal rearatChBttanooga,
..j a nnntnnn hiui been nrovided
for their crossing. But a delay is at
band, nnexpectea, leariui.
T miai.) tlintitinit Atroiic. arrange
themselves behind their wagons and re-
. i II 1 I'L
gist Stoutly ana siuooorniy. mejr uut
frtnfipinnil of six thousand reinforcements
coming to their relief. Wilson has ascer
tained that the wily Wheeler has evaded
!.:. u l.a nlneb nf Armiiin his rear, and
is double-quicking for the rescue. No
time is to be lost, ine poaition musi oe
forced quickly; and tbe 1st Kentucky
and Texas Bangers accordingly charge
: n r.nt anI tiank TIia enemv hreak.
then rally, one more onset and thoy take
to the mountain cliffs and fastnesses, and
the rich booty brandies, wines, fruits,
and all the luxuries and substantias the
markets of the world attord tall into tne
hands of the captors.
Rn.ttM aii,.irnrti And wenrv. they are
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loth to apply the torches ordered; but
Wheeltr, like MaliBe, seizes tho flaming
brand, his staff and the rest follow the
example, and soon, from mountain top to
valley, the whole is wrapped in one wild
sheet of flame. The neighing and braying
' ih. mnl. ind h Knrutinir nf sheila
by the wagon load, and volley after
volley, Dcwnaers ana oraieiu, wuim
i.:a AtmiiJa Mtirl tm tnil drift. nfT nver
the appalled denizens of the vale, like
gaunt spectres fleeing from tho scene.
Two thousand of the best mules a detail
lakes off; tho rest, quite as many, are
run through with tho sabre, until they
blacken and blockade the road. The
shrill whistle of lead tells of tlio ap
proach of the new enemy, but too late ;
the work is accomplished, and Rosy left
to Providence or Bragg for relief against
UlSiress in luis qunrier.
The Clarksrille C h ron icle says:
Last Sunday evening, two negroes,
George and Ben PenuingtoD, were pass
ing the house of Berry Gupton, (col'd.)
iscn commencea aDUMiig me wue oi
Uupton, and Gupton ordered him to
leave, telling him that he should not
come there and mistreat his family. Ben
then drew a pistol on Gupton, easing if
he took jt MP he would blow a hole
through him. Gupton snatched the pis
tol from Ben's baud and started into the
house, when George Pennington fol
lowed him up, Gupton telling him to
keep out ot tua Uoiue-it tie Iiuim in tie
would knock him down. George re
marked he woald have the pistol or die,
and started in, when Gupton struck him
on the head and killed him. Tbe cape
was tried before J. A. Buily and J. T.
Richardson, bsqrg., who decided that it
waa justifiable homicide, and acquitted
- Giles coimr.
Tbe election for Representative was a
failure in.this county on Thursday, 1st
in st, By some oversight or misunder
standing polls were only opened in one
or two districts, and in these the election
was illegally held.
The Bristol Xeict furnishes the follow-
An election for Representative took
:lace in Carter county, on Thursday last
.apt Isaac lay lor, judical, was elected
by a large majority. With the exception
of Davidson and Shelby counties, the
Radicals seem to have been generally
successful in the recent elections to fill
vacancies. This, we eel assured, is
owing to the lack of interest on the part
of the Conservatives, as well as tbe ob
stacles iprown in tqeir. way ny ine regis
ters in many of the counties especially
in those where vacancies existed keep
them from obtaining certificates.
Now York Whiskey Frauds.
New York. Nov. 21. The manner in
which the late whiskey frauds in Brook
lyn was accomplished appears to have
been as follows:
A man named Toppan, deputy under
Colleetor Pratt Gage, K. O. li. Tilden,
and A. F. Phillips, and John Develin,
formerly an assessor of internal revenue,
agreed with a large number of distillers
to the effect that if said distillers would
sell Devlin all their whiskey at 11 50 per
gallon, Devlin would protect them ia
their illicit business against all interfer
ence from government otlicers, and would
also procure all of said whiskey to be
regularly inspected by the said Tilden
and Phillips. He threatened all those
distillers who refused to sell Lim their
whiskey upon the terms aforesaid with
A number of distillers agreed to this,
and the whinkey tbey made was inspected
on the premises prior to delivery to Dev
elin. Subnequently Develin prepared a
depot in John street, near Plymouth, to
which the whiskey was sent and there
inspected at the rate of between two and
three hundred barrels every morning.
On thj morning of the 12lh insL the
proceeding at this depot were watcnett,
and from iiifnixtion thus obtained the
set.urcs as already reported were made.
The whii.key barrel which bad been
inspected have a brand asserting that the
contents had been manufactured prior lo
September 1st, and this certificate was
given by A. J. l'hillips.
The report of the olRccr making this
seizure says that this investigation has
revealed the fact that the distillers of this,
the third district, had formed kind of
mutual protection society against all
others than the loyal officers, and that
an investigation of any distillery be-,
longing to the ring waa attended with
great personal danger. A large number
of in.lances can be found where govern
ment officers rind their employes have
been severely beaten and driven off while
in the performance of their duty, and so
great had this terror becomo thut the
district waa almost oompletely aban
doned to the local officers. .
THE INDIAN WAR.
Suocesafal Fight with InAlane-r--
Greatest Cavalry Feat on
A general order, published from head
quarters department of the. Platte, waa
received at tbe military headquarters
here a day or two since, which is highly
eulogistic of a Lieut. Geo. A. Armes, who
commanded a cavalry expedition sent
some time since from Fort Sedgewick,
in pursuit of a party of Sioux Indians,
who had driven off several head of
stock. The Lieutenant was sent, with
twanty-five cavalrymen, in pursuit,
marched ninety-eight miles in one day,
from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. crossing at night
two wide rivers, the forks of the Platte,
and fell npon a superior force of In
dians, killing or wounding nearly all of
them, and capturing twenty-two of
their horses. He also burned their camp,
and brought safely away most of the
stolen stock. This is regarded by Brevet
Major General Look, commanding the
department, as perhaps the greatest cav
alry feat on record, and Lieut Armes is
highly commended for his successful
conduct of the expedition. If like dili
gence and energy is displayed by all
military officers sent agaiost hostile
bodies of Indians, it may reasonably be
hoped that their depredations on the
plains will soon come to an end. Louis-
vile Conner nf yesieraay.
NEW MEMPHIS THEATRE.
Lessee and Manaxer W. C. THOMPSON
Staite Aianagor - - -M- LANAOAN
Treasurer C. 1). STKIKKUUL
Positively the la?t night of
Mil. EDWIN .AJDAJMS,
on which occasion he will appear In two favor
SATURDAY EVENING, Nov. 2-1. lSfift, will bt
nrpseniea me uoaiejuc urauia eniiutta ilia
DRUNKARD: OK. THE FALLEN SAVKD.
Edward Midilleton, Mr. Edwin Adams. To
ronclude witti the nautical aramaof BL ACK--TSVE1)
SUSAN. William, Edwin Adauie.
Performance begin t punctually at
bCAliK OF PRICES Dress Circle and Tar
nuette, $1; Orchestra Chairs, $1 60: Family
Circle, 50c ; Third Tier and Colored Gallery, 25c;
Colored Bosea Wlc.
"NEW MEMPHIS THEATRE.
W. C. THOAirSON Lefa-o and Manager.
Rfouday E cuing, Xov. S61u.
IMR8T SUBSCRIPTION AND GRAND
1 Oneninf Niiht of the Celebrated MAD.
UHIONI AND tI(i. SUSINI'ti
GEAND ITALIAN OPERA
Mix Stiakoscb -Director.
The TMrector takes Brent pleasure in annnuno-
inu tne torn appearance in Memphis or the
celebrate I I'rimo Tenure SIGNOR ETTORK
IRFRE, whom ho secured at an immense out
lay, the principal Tenor and most fucceil'ul
nnist of Max Maretzck's Dalian Opera Com
i.iuv. New York Aeadeinv of Munic.
The icason will he inaugurated with, Verdi's
12 iv -A. rsr 1 .
M'MK ANGIOLINA GIII0NI, ia her groat
role of Elvira.
6Hi. KTTURK IRFRE (his 6rst appearance ia
SKi. (iLISSEl'fK MARRA Carlo 5th.
ruU. r-LSl.M Uukedefilva.
The secondary roles hy XIMEtTHS, LQCA
TKI.I.Ii and PARU7.I.
On Tutuday evening second siihifrlptlnn Iilt'ht,
A u tier s newly arrnni?e( heuiatioual Comic
Opera. FKA DjAVULO.
The lalist aitd aiosi modern compositions of
ti.e l.vrio StHirc. will follow in rapid succession.
AD.M LSSION Dress Circle and Farquetto,
incluilinr reserved seat, 50. t-cam Miti
schption Ticket. $3). Family Circle, 81. Gal
lery, 50 cenU. The sale of seals noir con
tinues at the Box Office of the Theatre, where
a diagram can be lean. 71
THE FAIE !
A GRAND BALL
Will be giveq at the.
Monday Night, Nov. 26,
the last night of the Fair, for the benefit of the
TICKETS, $5 00 (supper included), admit
ting a. gentleman and tw ladies. For sale at
all Music and Book Stores in the city. 72
THE NEW OLYMPIC,
Second St., near Jefferson,
PETERSON & McGEE,
SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24,
grand opening nikht. The most versatile
troupe in Amiriea.
- Observe tbe programme for Faturday
even if ir.
THE A&E !
CALL EACLY & PROCURE TIIE.U.
The large st.ck of
l'oruierlr belongtua; to liKST
IIOFVMEIIHXO1:K,Xo.303 Main afreet, will be Mld Hi
great uncrlfloon, comtnonrliiK
en SATURDAY. HOVEMBER
3d, and rontinucd from day (
day nnlll completely cloned
n U BELUSEIl At CO.
MIKE LIPMAN'S CIRCUS AND TRAINED ANIMALS
WAIT F0 THE COMING OF THE GREAT SHOW!
v ,t : v....' .:..
MIKE Ij I P M A. 1ST
a. . WMWW. ' ACl"''" J y-"V-
CIRCUS AND TRAINED ANIMALS!
As reoreaniied and rearranged
Some of the Features of the
txt npicKTTvn svn iTiTJivnrwi
1'CoWsal Kxhibition, it has been the aim of
the public an emeriainiueni mat snail cooiuine uu im rioHwn m um., uh.m. ...
ecllence, and with a lavish expenditure of time and money, they have organised and perfected
thct.reat Sextuple Combination, combining under ONB IMMENSE PA VILION, AhD iOR
LENT'S KQUESCURRICULUM, '
SPALDING Jt ROGERS' GREAT NORTH AMERICAN CIRCUS.
GRIZZLY ADAMS' TROUPE OF ACTING BEARS, from California,
THE EDUCATED BURMAH. OR SACRED BULL, ... ;
1 THE CELEBRATED BEDOUIN ARAB TROUPE, .
SPENCE k STOKES' STUD OF
TRIIVISJ HORSES JSJST PONIES,
Witness the following list comprising only aportion of tke performers forming
the OKEAT OXGKES OF ARTISTS, connected with this Modern
Exhibition of the Nineteenth Qentury:
Mr. Wm. Smith, Equestrian
Mr. Win. Armstrong, tho Famous American Equestrian, who, during
hia recent professional visit to hurope, has acquired an unnvaiea ccieoruy.
Mile. Itonalie DIVlrdc, the Charming and Peerless Equestrienne, from
the Royal Cirque, Paris. Her first engagement in America.
Mr. Walter Wentworlli, the Great Flexion alomist
Mist Maude Stanley.
Mr. Edwin Crouestte. the unrivaled and unapproachable Clown and
Jester, from L. B. Lent's N. Y. Hypotheatron. f
Wm. Hue, the world-renowned Bare-Backed Rider.
George Madden, the funniest Clown in the United World.
Master Geo. Holland, Principal Act
Tbe Holland Family, the wonderful Acrobats and Gymnasts.
C'liHH. torrid, the Daring and Fearless Equestrian.
George Baeheldor, tho Greatest Vaulter and Leaper of the age, and
the only Man in the world who is able to turn a COMPLETE DOUBLE SUM
MERSAULT OVER THE BACKS OF EIGHT HORSES.
THE BROTHERS LEVITAN,
In their PARING AND FEARLESS EVOLUTION ON THE DOUBLE TRAPEZE AND
JNO. HOLLAND. Ba.
Lu rotito Auselo, Only Eitflit Year of Atfe,
In his treat act entitled
ZAMPILERASTRATION, OR TIIK FLIIXG TRAPEZE.
Among the many features of this
Lea by Perry's World Renowned Metropolitan Opera Band,
Drawn uy a Splendid Team of ANDELUSIAK HORSES, la tho beautiful and elaborately
CAE OF. EOLUS,
To which will be followed by the Procession of
ACTING BEARS, SACRED BILL,
A TROUPE OP BEDOUIN ARABS,
Arrayed in the wild fantastic sarmen's ef their normal race, and a score or snore ef Knights and
La-Iici sraily appareled and splendidly mounted, complete this ,
GRAND FREE EXHIBITION AT MEMPHIS I
Llt'Klii 011 Monday,
'admission - -
rilil.DKKN UNDER TUN YKARS OF
KLtDM tN .
I'erformauce lo Commence
LOCATION, OK THE BLCFF, BETWEEN MADISON AND MONROE STS.
'Iff 'f ; '
for the Fall and Winter of 1888-7.
GREAT SEXTUPLE COMBINATION:
TUvm DBEIT ATTRACTION FOR THIS
the Management to present for the patronage of
JNO. HOLLAND, Ja.'
COLOSSAL EXHIBITION will be
PERFORMING Blr rALOEo, MU
December lid, 100.
at 3 and 7 O'clock, P. M.
Something New Inder the Sun.
A New Era in Medicine.
LET THB BUFFERING AND DISEASED
read tho following i '
Let all who hare been riven no by Doctors,
and spoken of as inourable, read tbe following:
Let all who ean believe facts, and can have
faith in evidonoe, read the following I
Know all Men bv thne Pracnti. That on this,
the twentieth day of June, in the yoar of our
Lord one thousand einht hundred and siity-six,
personally earn Joseph Uaydock to me, known
a such, and being duly sworn, deposed as fol
lows! That he is the sole general agent for the
United State and dependencies thereof, for pre
parations or medioinos known as M AUDI EL'S
PILLS and BALVK. and that the following
certificates are verb tum oopios to the best of
bis knowledge and belie).
L.6.J JAMES SMKITH E, Notary Public,
Wall Btreet, New York.
Da. Maooikl : I take my pen to write you of
my great relief, and that tbe awful pain in my
siae has left me at last-l hanks to your medicine.
Oh, doctor, how thankful I am that I own get
some sleep. I an never write it enough. I
thank you again and again, and am sure you
are really the friend ol all suQ'erers. 1 could
not help writing te you, and hope you will not
take it amies. JAMES MYERS,
Jane 1, WO. 116 Avenue D.
This is to certify that I was discharged from
the army with Chronio Diarrhoea, and hava
been cured be Dr. Jlsjrgiers Pills.
New York, April 7, into. 27 Pitt Street.
The following (s an interesting easo of a man
employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring
molteittron into a flask that was damp aud wet
caused an explosion. The melted iron was
thrown around and on him in a period shower,
and he was burnt dreadfully. The following
certificate was given to me by him about eight
weeks af ter the accident :
Nkw Yobi, Jan. 11. 1866.
My name Js Jacob Hardy ; I am an iron foun
der; I was badly burnt bv hot iron in November
last; my burns healed but 1 had a running soro
on my leg that would not heal; I tried Alaaniel's
Salve, and it cured me in a few weeks. This is
all true, and any body can now see me at Jack
son's Iron Works, Second Avenue.
WHAT THE PATfENTS SAY OF
Dr, Magglcl's Pills and Salve!
Extracts from Various Letters.
"I had no appetite; Maggiul's Pills gave vae
a hearty one."
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" I send for another box, and keop them in
"Dr. Magglel has oared my headache that
" I gave half of one of your pills to my babo
for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got
well in a day.
" My nausea of a morning is now cured."
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" I enclose a dollar : your nricn la twnlv.fi v
cents, but the medicine to me is worth a dollar."
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" The best Pills for headache I ever had:"
"Mv liver works like an ent-ine. thanks in
" I am pleased to say to you. Dr. Magjriel,
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" Yon will find enclosed one dollar. Your
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Pills took it away."
' I took half a nill and crushed tl. to nnwlir.
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'I suppose it is hardly worth while to loll
you my burned foot has got well from the nsa
of your Salve. Enclosed find 25 cents for an
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' Seo'd me another box of Salve."
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Maggiel's Pills and one of Salve." . ,
' The most gcntlo rot searching medicine I
I Have Over 200 Such Testimonials.
MAGGIEL'S PILLS AND SALVE are al
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be given with good effect in prescribed doses to
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ORDKKd and all eruptions of the skin the
SALVE is most invaluable. It does not heal
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searching effects to the very root of the evil.
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Each Box Contains Twche Pills.
ONE PILL IS A DOBE.
NoTira. None genuine without tho en-
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