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M K M V HIHl
Tuidf Evening. Mar 7, 18G7
OF WEAKLEY COUNTY.
RUNNING THK GOVERNMENT.
Th New York Exvress aYS that i
nppph in the Senate, the other day
"hlnod-let line Chandler" laid: "If
Andrew Johnson ia an obstacle in the
way, it would be found out by July
whether or not we can run ine uoveru
ment withont him."
" Run the Government without him I"
This fullow'i idea of Government is.
that it ia a thing to be "run" like a saw
mill, or a blacksmith's shop, or a grind-
atone, for the persqnal emolument of
die runners. This Government ii now
"run" for the benefit of luch
barbarians as Chandler, and
such platitudinarians as Sumner.
The old idea of administering public
affairs upon great principles and for the
pood of the people, is exploded. The
system of checks that originated in dis
trust of human nature and in fear of
just such a state of things as we have
now, is destroyed. One department was
designed to balance with another, and
all balance together. ' Legislative power
was given to a Congress. The Executive
authority was committed to a President.
The interpretation of the law was given
to the Judiciary. Up to the election of
Lincoln, there was no collision, but the
Supreme Court was universally recog
nized as the final arbiter of questions
arising under the Constitution and laws.
The President was invested with the
veto power as a safeguard against hasty,
passionate and unconstitutional legisla
tion. It has rarely occurred ia the his
tory of our Government that a majority
of two-thirds of Congress could bo ob
tained to pass bills over the veto.
Parties have been nearly equally divided,
and this resulted from the fact that they
were national. The moment a party
purely sectional ebtained possession of
Government, the Congress became su
preme. That department discards the
Executive and Judiciary Departments,
and, in the language of Chandler, can
"run the Government without them." If
Congress can run the Government with
out the President, surely it can run it
without the Courts. If without these
departments, can it not dispense with
the people, and declare its authority
perpetual ? The great principle involved j
in the coDtroveray between the President
and Congress ia apparent to all who ob
serve the course of events. A party
purely sectional is struggling to shape
the Government so as to consolidate its :
own power, and render any efforts of the I
people to restore it to its ancient charac
ter of nationality, abortive. How well
this party has succeeded may be ascer
tained by referring to the history of the
last Congress. But it is idle,' perhaps,
to discuss this subject There is scarce
ly anything to hope for of good when
such men as Chandler hold the helm
and drive the old ship among the
THE CONVENTION TO-MORROW.
We have little to say of the Conven
tion 'that will meet to-mwrow in the
Greenlaw building. That little shall be
directed to a single point. We desire to
see, and the conservative people deairi
to see, sound and strong men put for
ward. They must be with us against all
the world. No man is entitled to the
position of Representative except on ac
count of his fit a ess for it. Of that, the
people, not himself, must be the judges.
No man has a right to be offended if be
is not nominated. Offices belong to th'e
people, and be who flies in their faces
because they cannot discover his merits,
proves himself unfit to be their Repre
sentative. We do not believe
that any Conservative, whether
he be an aspirant or not, will fail to sup
port the nominees of the convention.
We shall support them, though they be
men to whom we do not speak on the
streets, provided always, that their oppo
sition to the Brownlow Radical djnasty
is assured. We desire harmony, and
counsel harmony, and shall oppose any
man who opposes harmony. We must,
in the next struggle, redeem the State,
or be reduced still lower in the scale of
citizenship. We have a desperate foe to
Ceht, who will require all our energies.
We shall have no time to fight among
ourselves. Whoever, claiming to be with
us, shall attempt to hurl Greek fire into
our ranks, should be summarily dis
posed of-eot over to to the Radicals. We
warn all men against creation a division
in the Conservative ranks. We know of
none disposed to be troublesome. We
Le!itve liat harmony will prevail Ilar-
ITItVlTIIIIK UU "
it, and cannot aueooed without it.
dismiss tlt aulijout by saying that we
fuvor no man, opinio no man wo are
Tor tlia nouiim-es of tba Conveation fairly
and popularly made, with tho proviso
THI RUINED SOUTH.
A ' Democratic' paper . or the North :
says if Washington, Jeffarson, Madison,
etc., the great founder! of the American
Union, could coma to Ufa again aod wit- J
oeai the apectacle of Virginia their I
own glorioui Virginia crerrun, deaola-l
ted, plundered and prostrate at tl et
of Massachusetts, aud their negro ser
vants distorted into a hideous and loath
some equality with their own descend
ants, tbey would, no doubt, wish they
never had been born into a world that
could be transformed Into such a scene of
horror. Indeed, it is only reasonable to
say that if the veil of the future had
been temporarily lifted, and Washington
and Jefferson permitted to see Virginia
as she is at this moment, tbey would
have preferred crucifixion, burning at
the stake, or the most horrible ' death
that the human imagination can con
cejve of, rather than doom Virginians
and their own descendants to such a
fate, or rather than form a " Union
that could be transformed into such a
hell of horrors as that they are no
plunged into. There ia nothing in the
history of the past, no approach even in
the ravages of Allila or Ghengis Kahn,
nothiqg whatever In the
Dole hiBtory of
human wrong, crime and suffering, that
equals, or indeed that casts any light on
the nameless and unpronouncable
crimes committed on the poople south
nf tha Pntnmar. I
A New Orleans paper says it "appears
by a great variety ot facts and proofs
that under the administration of the
revenne in this city, vast frauds have
been committed, and a system of cor
ruption and a relaxation ot law estao
lisbed, by which the' treasury of the
nation has been defrauded ' to an
enormous extent, ana nonesi ana
legitimate trade burdened, oppressed and I
damaged to a degree that has no paral
lel in tbe historv of this country. It is
charged, and not without good reason,
that this malversation and corruption
pervade, nearly every branch of the
revenue department unices inerein
are sought with an eagerness not justified
bv their lawful emoluments. The mdi-
ect or outside profits, .derived from
vast and systematized black-mailing, are
regarded as opening a sure path to rapid
fortunes. There have been marvelous
examples of sudden transformation in
brief period from extreme destitution or
moderate condition to independence and
wealth, throngh tbe exercise of this
magic wand. The salaries of offices are
scarcely regarded by these aspiring
Crcctusa. Indeed they would be will
ing to pay bonuses for such places.
Once secure in place, the agents and
detectives of tbe government, even those
high in position at tbe capital, can !e
easily eluded or silenced.". .'
LET IT BE REMEMBERED.
Tbe Nashville Union desires it to be
remembered, and so do we, that while'
iub ycupic vi ' fctwus i
nder taxation, tbe Radical Legislature
vnterl itself nav in cold, or forty oer cent
premium upon the currency that the
people are compelled to nse in their
Let it be remembered that nearly one-
half of the school fund in the custody of
ine oiaie covernmeui is eun uuau- i
counted for. and that the air is black
with snrmises that it is gone for good
Let it be knovn that, notwithstanding
the impoverished condition of tbe peo
ple of tbe State, taxes are five times
heavier than in 1660, and the govern
ment is borrowing from week to week to
meet our current demands, with the
uly interest looming op wholly unpro-
idsd for; and Tennessee bonds at sixty-
three cents on tbe dollar.
Let it be borni in mind that every
loyal militiaman enrolled, will increase
the taxation, and that the Slate govern
ment threatens this measure to the full
extent of its power.
Tbe Goodman (MissJ Star says: "It
is well understood that certain gentle
men of the elephantine order, wbo live,
move and have their being in this section
of the Slate, contemplate making a pil
grimage at an early day to headquarters
at Vicksburg, for the purpose of making
fair weather, if possible, with Gen. Ord,
Aud to this end they are diligently en
gaged in getting up certificates of loyalty,
which certificates are to be laid before
the officer aforesaid, with every expecta
tion that be will view these precious doc
uments with favoring eyes."
Tbaddens Sanford, an old newspaper
editor of Mobile, Ala., died in that city
on the 30ih of April.1 He was long the
editor of tbe Mobile Kdvertittr and L'ey- I
Uter. He went to Mobile in Ike v,ar
1822, and became tbe proprietor and
editor of lbe Jfrgitter in 1628, and con
tinned to manage that paper for twenty
six years. He was for eleven years
President of the Mobile Bank, His death
is deeply mourned by his intimate friends,
and generally regretted throughout the
PRIIEIT TO BUTLER.
0r Che Paper, published at Ponto
toc, Miss., is responsible for ibis story i
"Our friend Frank Souter, Esq , on his
return from a late visit to Philadelphia
on business, made a short stop in Wash
ington City, sA which place be learned
that Gen. Butler had just received from
New Orleans, a package, al a cost of
f 2 SO express charges, which, upon be
ing oprned, was found to eontaia larg
monr mutt prsvail,
A raoa took place lait Monday be
twtan Cul. Blatlcburn and a Mr. Dirgei,
ia which, the distance from Liberty to
Alexandria, Term,,' seven and a half
miles, waa made In sijteen! ruinate) and
half. The stake waa $500, and was
won by .Blackburn. Both horiet died
from mere exhaustion, and Mr. Dirgei
wai, at laat accounti, suffering severely
from the effects of hii ride,
,, , i -, 1 '
Wit The lait Legiglatare of Florida
granted a charter io a company for the
purpose of opening water communica
tion between the Najsau, St. John's and
Indian rWen.hyaeaOi of Canal, which
would only be ten miles Jong. , This .en
terprise, if ever completed, will recover
millions of acrea of now valuelosa land,
and open a rich country abounding in
tropical productions to navigation and
t& A New York letter says : " Not a
few German officers who served in tho
late American war avow their determine'
tion to go home and fight for the father
land, if the worst comes to the worst, A.
well known Havre merchant, on 'Change,
this morning, offered tdbet five thousand.
dollars' to ooe thousand dollars that iff
hostilities ensue the French troops wilL
occupy Berlin before the 4th of July."'
a?" A Wisconsin paper tells the story
of a man who eloped with another's wife,
but on going to .the hotel breakfast table
in Chicago, where such congenial spirits
most do confereeate. was filled with con-
.,....,.,;,,, at seeing his own wife with
lhe domestic Deace he thought
ne nad wrecked forever. After consulta-
tion each e,cor(ed bis own lawful wifo
back , ni. &eMttei hearthstone, '
kvOT a querulous aowneasier aaya ia
a Radical Southern Bbect : i'ollard, a
pine knot village 'on the road between
Mobile and Montgomery, is the place to
which the lost souls of chicken-snakes
and egg-sucking dogs go. They charge
there six and a quarter cents for hard-
boiled egg, and expect yon to throw away
the shells for the benefit .of the commu
Bar The majority in Congress are
sending such' men as Wilsen, Kelly and
Nye to the South to create excitement
and organize insurrections among the
negroes, to give pretexts for confiscation
as announced by Wendell Phillips in his
harangues, and presented by Tbaddens
Stevens in his bill before Congress. '
ITWe regret to announce that Hon.
S. S. Marshall, of Illinois,' died at his
residence at McLeansborough, a few
days ago. Mr. Marshall was one of the
leading Democrats of that State, a gal
lant and true gentleman, and one who
will he sadly missed by the people whose
trusted representavive he was.
How Brownlow's Militia Works.
If Brownlow's militia is not a fixed
fact, k is only because so outrageous
fact is difficult to fix. It is only half a
fact and therefore only half fixed. The
part that is fixed, is very badly fixed.
Organized ostensibly to preserve order,
it ei ves us an example of violent disorder.
Read tbe following communication to the
Knoxville Commercial: , '
Editor Commercial: It may interest'
your readers to learn something ot tbe
doings of Brownlow's State guard in this
cart of bis dominions.
A Air. Chambers, ot scott county, baa
kcan fnr vsaIji tprinit , n m r Ir tin
B company, and upon Thursday last, tbe
25th isst, tbey assembled at Huntsville
to complete tbe organization of the com-
Bppeared pot to be satisfied with the
result, commenced a dispute. It appears
to have been a general meleo a pro-
mucuous ngns, r
Mnnm heinff anirnired in it One man.
r l . . r. .
. M. u..nnrt -a- ki ed on the prnnnd :
a Mr. Pennington had bis sknll badly
fractured, and is in a very critical con
dition. Some eight er ten others were I
more or less injured by the promiscuous
flyine through tbe air of slicks, stones,
bullets, etc. So you see, Mr. Editor,
there is no telling what bad whiskey and
Radicalism may do, or be instrumental
in doing, when armed and equipped ac
cording to Brownlow and our recent
Radical Legislature. ' -
The people in the counties of Clai
borne, Campbell and Anderson are
waking, np to a full sense ot tbe enormity
and outrage upon them of a standing
rmy in time of peace. A great many
look npon it as the very toeiu. to de
stroy peace and retard industry and en-
terpriae in tbe country, and bring about
a state of bankruptcy, lawlessness and
lbe above in regard to the xluntsville
affair is entirely reliable, so far as it
goes. I have seen several of the boys
that were present and eye-witnesses to
Yours, in haste, Cumbeilahd.
The Danger Before Ts.
Governor English, of Connecticut, is a
safe, strong and sagacious man. Of the
value of the precedent Congress has
made, be thus speaks in his message :
Will tbe preoedentthus set by Con
gress be forgotten? Will tbe Constitu
tion, which is impotent to restrain tbe
fury of a majority to day, become tbe
sacred shield it once was for the minority
to-morrow T Will the sword that is so
easily drawn to establish a constitution
now, be allowed to rest in its sheath if
needed to overthrow a constitution here
after T It has been tbe honest boast and
just glory of the soldier that he baa saved
to our people their old flag, without a
star displaced or a stripe broken but
useless bas been the sacrifice if the peo-
P'.e n? pr wsmisir ism iu con
slitulional government If tbe charter
of our liberties bas been lost, nothing has
been won. More than ever, at the pres
ent time, should any infraction of the
Constitution be regarded as a public
calamity. - By tbe vast increase of oar
public indebtedness every question which
concerns the government credit comes
home to every person fh the land. By
that credit all values are measured. It
lies at tbe foundation of all our wealth,
our industry of sooiely itself. No
calamities of the past can exceed those
which will befall as if tbe public credit
should give way. But how is it to be
preserved if the supreme law f tbe laud
is itself repudiated T In what market of
tbe world is that government trusted
which is swayed by revolutionary fac
tions, intent only npon the gratification
of ambition or the indulgence of partisan
resentment T Had the efforts of Con
gress beea properly directed, the industry
aad trade of the whole) ooantry would
long siaoe have felt the grateful influence
ae the public credit been strengthened.
J5Y . TELEGRAPH.
TTTTT" -KinmST TITCT A Tr!TTT,..el
WiSHiKQToit, May 7. The Japanese
Corhmissioners are here for th purpose
of obtaining advice as to the best means
of defense against ironclads.' .It.ii re
ported that they wish to settle with con
tractors for several ships."' They, failed
to receive but one of those sent and she
did not come up to their expectations.
Iu the Caiminal Court yesterday the
appeal of Sanford Conover was allowed
and the Court granted a stay of the exe
cution of his sentence (ill the 1st of
June.' ' ", . :"
' FROM NEW ORLEANS. 1
Niw Orlkaks, May 7. Advices
state that the Timet, Orttctnt and Pio
atuns have been officially warned against
publishing articles denouneiag the Re
construction act, although tbey are al
lowed to attack the Radical party or ad
ministration. . ..
' Richmond, May 7. The United States
District Court, Judge Underwood pre
siding, has commerced its session,
Among the members of the Grand Jury
are J. Minor Botts, James Segar, L,
Mackenzie and five negroes. The Judge
in his charge to the jury congratulated
them and said that though it had been
threatened with destruction by assassin
ationyet, thanks to Congress, it met now
in security. This prompted better things
for Richmond, a city where the press
has reached tbe very lowest depths ot
degradation ; the pulpit has been prostl
tuted by ministrations of gay Lotharios,
and licentiousness had ruled until half
tbe children were illegitimate. The jury
would have a good deal of work, much
of it created by demooratizatioa people,
and by so disloyal a press, which had
encouraged perjury and counterfeiting
to cheat the Government , He called at
tention to the fact that negroes were not
allowed the freedom of street cars.
8.H. Chandler, prosecuting mifJMVi
in tbe trial ot Air. Davis, is at present in
New York, consulting Mr. Evarta, Mr.
Davis' Counsel, respecting the trial It
is rumored that Mr. Davis will be brought
here on Saturday next, and held by the
civil authorities until his trial comes off.
Judge Chase is expected next week.
, FROM NASHVILLE. ,
Nashville, May 7. The Tennessee
Senate met on Monday as a conrt of im
peachment to try Thomas N. Frazier, of
the Criminal Court of this City. The
charge against Frazier Is that he cor
ruptly and unlawfully released certain
members of the Legislature from arrest,
under authority of the House of Repre
sentatives, npon a writ of habeas corpus.
Tbe record and articles of impeachment
were read and an answer ordered to be
made to-day. . j "
E. H. East, lately appointed United
States District Attorney,' announced ia
the Federal Court this morning that he
declined to accept the position, p
Charleston, May' 7. A special says
Wilson will wind np his tour by a visit
to Kentucky and Tennessee. In his
second speech he said he would ' favor
confiscation in the event of freedmen
being oppressed by planters for voting
tbe Republican ticket . : ' ;. :': '
General Schofield has sustained the
order of Gen. Wilcox restraining Pol
lard from lecturing on " Chivalry of the
DAY ROBERTSON. On th. Id Inst., at
the residence of the bride s father, near La
grange. Ark., by Rev. J. J. Roberta, Thomas
iay, oi steamer Aioiue uambleton, ana Miss
Alary A. noberuoa. ,
We are sincerely rejoiced to make the above
announcement. Eo excellent a man as oar
friend Day should have another bride than the
Mollis Hainbleton. . The lady whe has beea
fortunate as to attract his allegiance will never I
have eaose to regret herehoiee. If the " Mol
lis" walks the water like si thing of life,"
may these " excursionists " on the billows of I
time, move onward liketwe happy, iadiaeoloble
thing of life.
NEW MEMPHIS THEATER.
Lessee yr. C. THOMPSON
Under the Management of
ROIO AND MACDONOTJQH.
For a Few IVItjlit Only!
Will appear TO-NIGHT
' ao aim nTrmi ttnn ui ji w i tm -j a ru nj
TL a t - W fXLM fsLri r ur-w T
m., -.A ka Una 1 II I llf MJ U A U TIU
H ILL, and the MOBILK STOCK COMPA-
MEMPHIS RACIXG ASSOCIATION
TUE8DAT, MAT 7TH. . 1867.
RACES TO COKKXsTCE AT S O'CLOCK F.X
FIRST RACE-Pon tMS-lU rallea, tot all
1. Connor A Woldoa eater eh. e. LOCAL, by
Litnlnint. dam Alarooa. bv Uleaeoe. S rears
o u. Drwi. rt4 tBd wknon.
Z. 8. L,n.rd enters h. f. MoI.LTSJ AUSTIN.
by imp. Scythiaa, dara An Adasat, by Glew-
eoe, 4 years eld. iraea, while ae blue.
KKCOS'D RACK-Pama IJOO three beat ia
ire, all was.
1. Jnhn Summer enters VI. a. PAT CLE-
ill RN K. by Hiawatha, daa sitter te Socks.
Svcaranld. lireaa. red and white.
1 J. W. Weldoa eaters b. b. KMiillTIIOOD,
by Knirht of fct (ieorre. imm lilyecra. by
imp. t-overMsm. years old. Ureas, red and
1 K. Leonard eater rk. h. RINOM ASTEK. by
Kinrtold. dara liiaete Maa4.l.t. by Ulea-.
ene. C r-an old. lreae, white aad biae-
4. K. M errick ea'ere b. b. J"K. K. JOtTN-
cION.by Moedwooet, -m Jady, by ftere
nira. t year id. i-'Uta, t4 sa wait.
ilk sua. ,
FIR'T RACK-Pnrae ;-,-, rail.. eU
m, cKiu.ND KACai farce -"C eae sail,
fug three year aide.
4. M. M.M.I, S0 J.
It. fatritVl Tea
AT A MONTHLY MEET
A Patrick's Total Ab.itnem
mirtho or st.
n and Utoeve
Uut Koel.tv, Uwm revived that the Society
attend the Flonie for the oeneSt or HL ratriek 's
Cbarea, on the 30th lint,. In a body, and that
that nariwio. the fcolHT meet at HL l'a
rlek'i Chureh on Thuri.lav moraine, the &Uth
wai , ai s o eiooit. By orur.
Ui A. ll ansuh, rretldent.
JAB. 1-. UAbliAUUBH, BM'y.
AMES, SKATTIE & JONES,
1 ' U'AM
Manufacturers and Dealers,
n . F S r ' ' S
F tj it iv, i -run e ,
CARPET! ' ' 4 . ''
" SCJTOOL 1ESK,
,',.:"';, . Etc., Etc., Etc
OFFER THEIR OO0D9 AT
VERY LOW PHICEO
"' " '"'and' "!
Will Ket be UaderacU fa this City.
DEALERS SUPPLIED AT
(FREIGHT ADDEt),) AT
30S fain Street,
OAYOBO BLOCK M-W
MEMPHIS AND LOUISVILLE
I fj TT a jj ri f
Owes or Oix'l ScriiiHTiHnxiT, 1
MimpBih, May 6, 1W7. f
f1t AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY frrg.
v tne iraina noon mis roau will run as loi
lows I j ' .
Dar Express Train leaves Memphis every
atj (Sundays exoepuxi) at o:au a.m., uiaxin
close connection at Humboldt with Mobile an
Ohio Railroad for Jackson, Trenton. Union
City, Padueah and Columbus, and at Cairo
itn lllioois ventral rtaiiroad lor
ST. LOUIS IN 25 HOURS,
Without Change of Cars.
Making eloee connections therewith Jefierson-
For all rolntH East,
Reachinr NEW YORK at 0:25 p.m., being
Shortest, lest and Quickest Boats
To New York and all Eastern si ties.
Mail Train at 4 v.m. every day. etoDpinsat
ail stations, man ins connections lor
ill Points East, West ana North
On -this route nassenrers rothronnh to Louii-
ville WrilluUT CUANUE OF CAKS.
Sleeping; Cars on all Night Trains.
Baggage Cheeked Through to all Points,
Trains arrive at Memphis at 8:30 a.m. and
ror Throurh Tickets and all information.
apply at Ticket Office, No. XITi Main street,
and at Depot, head of M in street.
, bah. j. JUHAC,
55-80 General Superintendent.
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE
CHANGE OF TIME.
Two Daily Trains Through
. .-to-,. : .... ,
ON AND AFTKR SUNDAY. MAY Sth,
167. until farther notice, trains will tears
GOJJffO SOUTH I .
Throngh Express leave Memphis
daily.... - - -.10:30 a.m.
Thronsh Mail leave Mem phis daily 4:45 p.m.
Freiiht leave Memphis daily (Bon-
days exdeptedl.......-. :u a.m,
OOISTO UOKTHi i
Throngh Express arrive Memphis
daily 8:45 a.m.
Through Mail arrive Mc mphis daily 8:45 p.m.
freight arrive Memphis daily (Sun
days excepted) a:o p.m.
Express and Mall Tre Ins esake close connec
tions at Grenada with Ti -nine on M ISSISMPPI
CKNTRAL RAILROA Si for Canten. Jackson,
Vickaburg, New Oricar is and all points South.
A. B. LlVS nMUKii tien I BUpt.
C. t. OAKLKT. Hen 'I Ticket Agent. Ml
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON
TRAINS LEAVE AS FOLLOWS (CITY
time): Throuxh Xinreas. gundnyl ex
cepted, O JU a-tn.; xnraagh
Itf.il. 0:10 P.l
Bemerviile Aooomtnod fcttwn at 1:4 V p.m.: J bo-
tion Aooomuiedatioc, 1Z30 p.m., .busdays ex
Kx pre eon n acts at (irand Jnnetl n wita af
ternoon train on the Mixissippi Cen traj Kad
read fur Hoi v Horinri. Watar V.IUV. Gran
ada, Jackson, Vicksburg, Miss.. New Vrlcans,
AtConatk. for Ukolona. Oalnmrma. .miss-
Mobile, Ala., eto.
At Decatur for Columbia, Nashville, L -ville,
Cincinnati, etc. -
At Chattanooea. for all nlame tn Kaet era
Alalataa, Ueorvia, North andtiouth Caraliaa,
Vireinia. Wa.hincton. ftaliimura. I'hilad..1-
phia, Ot York, et.
1 hreoga Stan eoaneets at Oread Jaactloa
itb trains f . r Ilolivar and Jacknon. Tenn.,
AtDeratarfor Athens. PulaakL Ala.. Co
lumbia, Kaebville, etc.
At CuaJaoaoire tbe Mail Trains eonnaet for
same poiru as Expracs Trains.
Jnn-tion Areotnmodation Tralu eonnects
with Kxpreaa Train aoalb an MiMiiiirmt Cen
lligrage e iceked throngh.
Vor tickets and furtherinformadon. anDlv at
the office, N . 11 Court treet .
W. 1. 6cnT Brsp.
A. A. BAR7KS.Geal Iioket Agei.t.
8. H. HHiX'K, Paenrer Agent M-Tv
SIDES AND SnOUIDERS
WINTER WHKJ.T FLOUR,
Assoag which ara th wellikaewa
ITOsTKVALL AID TO TTER'I.
TAT LOB CO.
No. TW Fr Ptr-x-t.
Lav OClcet Kit WUHami: Block,
Cermet leeesA aA saisassi ttrweta,
MEMPHIS, TEWH, ' u-7f
THE DUNK USASE1I0LUSI
riUIIS IMPORTANT AND INTKRESTINO
A, Hale, begau on tbe 1st iust., will be resumed
On Thursday, May 9, at 10 O'clock a.m,
and be continued until the Lots are entirely
snlil. AboutONK I1UMKK1 liOJS reionia
undisposed of, with scarcely a single Lot in the
wboUantuber that will net make a pleaeaut
boiue. 1 he terms of this bale places
A Home for Fifteen Tears within
Reach of Every Man of Industry.
The highest prices TuH on the first
day of the sale were not forty dollars per yenr
on good bun hum lots lur tne tertu ol tne lease.
while some roulence lots did not rcuch ten
dollars liar veer for large and handHoma Iou
twice the site or ordluary our lute. TwoMreo
Railways Meal and Jenorson streets termi
nate now in the immediate neighborhood of all
this property. The Insurance feature in these
lta4ehol.il guard air.iitut all posiible lis te
tbe leasees, and as an Investment lur tiront to
those wbo hare tnuoh money, and of ease to
thme wbo bavc little, we know of notuing
holding out grcator inducement.
Ench lot is offered to the highest bidder at so
much for the entire leasehold of fifteen yenr.
payable one-tnird eiun, ana ine Balance on six
twelve, eluhteen and twenty-four mouths'
credit, widi interest, and lien retained.
Th. Kale will bosin at the head of Vance
street, and may be reached by tha Boale Street
MOYSXCK, TtttZKVAWT a. CO.,,
N. B. Purchasers at ths first Bale, and
all parties occupying any of the lots em.
brased in W. D. Dunn's interest, are notl
fisd that their Leases must bs closed with
us by ths day preceding the above lale,
67 ' R0Y8TER, TREZEVANT CO
., PUBLIC : 8 A EE '
Hotel Do L'liJurope
.. ' -AND- ' ' "
Valuable Grounds Attached.
rpiIE PROPRTETER OFTniS PPLENDID
A Hotel, cnarles rranrnstiehl, Ksq,, bas di
rected us to offer at Publio Sale, on
Wednesday, tha 8th Day of May,
the Hotel and Valuable Grounds belonging
thereto, subdivided as per plan on exhibition
at cur office. This well known Hotel is situa
ted at tbe oornor of Jefferson and Third streets,
ooDosite the Pustoffice and New Memphis the
ater, and fur hotel business purposes, must be
regarded as one ot tne most desirable and coin
mantling localities in the city. 1 be property n
divided into three lots, fronting on Jefferson
street, and two on Third street, including the
Hotel and all the Improvement. . ine sale
will be made upon tho following terms : Ono
third cauh: balance in one. two and three
years, bearing interest.
We do not suppose that any property in the
city holds out any stronger inducements for in
vestment, taking nto consideration its central
and beautiful location aed the very liberal
terms on which it is offerod.
ROYSTKR. TREZEVANT A CO..
THE LOriANl) TRACT OF LAND
AT . , ' .
PUBLIC SALE. ;
WE SHALL OFFER AT PUBLIC SALE,
for account of the heirs of our former
townsman, Charles Lofland, deceased, that
most valuable tract of innd on the river front.
just below the town of Fort Pickering, in tbe
desirable neighborhood ot Dr. Yi neaton s gar
dens, Jungs E alley s and Mr. wilaoerger s.
This is a tract ef land of great value, and will
be subdivided into lots of convenient sine for
suburban residences, and sold upon liberal
terms, The sale will take place upon the
premises on , ,
Wednesday, tha 22d of May,
On which occasion we will expect to see a large
attendance of bidders at a sale of such valuable
ROYSTER, TREZEVANT A CO.,
J. ALL Cash Bajcrs In
search of the GREATEST
BARGAINS, FINEST and
CHEAPEST DRY GOODS
In MEMPHIS, will And
mem ai 3 1 Main sircei. m
i SPRING SILKS, SILK 8
and GRANITE POPLINS, ?
GRENADINES, BERAGE, t
JACONETS, LAWNS, aiftl T
every description of
DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, A
CLOTHING, EATS, BOOTS V
nrl S II ft PS Wi
mum to avav v uaw '
L. WELLS & SON.
v (Successors to H. B. WELLS,)
361 Main St.
Oaicial Drawings of the Uissocri Bute
CL AS 315-Dhawk May 0. 1S67.
21, II, 4. l. 2!', 62. M, 57, 41, 28, 4S, 19.
OLAM8 No. :tU-Daw May 6, lrtr.7.
62, aiJ, ill.-W, 72, 75, 57, 7 J, tili, Ic, W, 1.
NO GIFT ENTERPRISE I
Or any other Nwlndlcl
atlBSOCRI AND KENTUCKY (TATS AND
ONLY LEGAL LOTTERIES IN U. S.
rriHET ARE DRAWN UNDER STATU
1 Charters) uavoboeu drawn tor over OKIV
Bonds must be and are deposited with TJ. S.
nllechir as rlecuritv.
Tbe nriies aie drawn in public by two sworn
Commissioners appointed by the State.
Must be drawn 11 tickets are sold or not.
PKIZISSi ALL CA.SII!
There are twe State Drawings each day. and
two Havana Drawings each month.
Drawir.ga can be,seentw. hours after par
iase of Tickets.
One-half the Tickets are Prises.
Prixes paid on day of purchase.
Tickets $1 to 120. acconiinr to Scheme.
Prises tl to tluu.lsxi, acnorilinr to N-h-me.
Prinsipal Agent.UK0. W. VAN VOAbI, No.
ii'ct nrnrMTn ti
V . 10,000 CJALLOXS
U JUGS, JAIW. sj'
M ALL SIZES AT . ff
H 'EASTLAND t GILBERT M
V SOH Mnln St. j7
mo. w hillis, w. Rtgir.
MILLER & IIENUT,
BOOK & JOB PRINTERS,
7 1-3 MadlHou St., np aim,
MEMPHIS, - - - - TT.NN.
tm ITFlD'S. CIFCrLAR.
tray Tickets, Lbt-js ee, , u aeaiW
MAMMOTH CHEAP STORE,
297 Main Street, ; 2l)i
H. 33 O I 331 N" III T3
' 1 iu j
New Goods at Panio Prices
BOUGHT AT TUB ,; j
New lork Panic Auctions i
IOOK AT TIIK PRICES OP 60ME OP
J our Goods and give us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere. BUYKKS FOK COIJN
TUY STUKErf will find wt can offer thcia
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS! '
.'. t .
Calicos. 121 tn 15 nanla nmw v.nl
iirowu Domestic, yard wi.e, V24 ets per ysnl.
lilchd Domeatio. n. IS. 15 and lfl sts ner yd.
Organdy Lawns, 20 ots per yard.
Colored Alpaocas, Si ots per yard.
Colored Bereges, ii ds per yard. , I
Wlialehonc Corseli, tl per pair.
Linen Table Cloth. IS yds wide, 80 cts yer ti.
Mosquito Bar. II 35 each.
taHiei' Linen ilandkercbeifs, $1 65 per dotcn.
adies' Picnic Ulcves, from 6o to 75 cts pr pair,
Jenls' Whitr.Shrrts, $1 2& each. , i
Ladies' Paper Collars, 20 etc per box. .,
All Lin Waikins,$J CO per doien. "
White antlCiit'd Counterpanes, tl to $5 each.'
Fine Wr.ite Fig'd BrillianU. only 20 ets pryd.
Plain r. hite Jaconets, enlv i!(l ota bar yard.
Checked Muslins, from 25 to 0 cts per yard..
A tin'j -took of Linens and Cottonades for Af en's
and Children s clothing at one ball the regu
Ladles' Cotton Hos, 20 cts pr pair $2 25 pr di.
dt'iua' Cotton half Iiose. 20o pr palr-2 pr dot.
ilk (.leaks, Haquetand Baaquinei at luss than
Cost of tn. tonal and manariu.tr, m. .
Oents' Clothing at luss than Eastern cost, as
we intend to disooatinue this branoh t "ur
We are bound to sell roooia. and reanectfullv
solicit an examination of o'ur stock and prices
oeiore purcnasing eisewnerf i.
KE31EM UK 11
ELSON'S Mammot h Cheap Store,
SOr Main Street. 61-To
B Am nth Inns V nn.1i,. 4Un C
uumiiuiu. i'ltn uuuer tuc ouu.
A M orn L wa , MaIo-ia
-O. XllM ilia, ill jJLLCUlOUlCs
LET THE STT FFKRINO AND DISEASED
read the fel lawingi , :
Let all Who hav. t,..n wiv.n nnliriu.lnM
and spoken of a iaijurablu, read the following:
Let all Whll Can rieli.v. f-.t. an1 n.n li.v.
faith In evidenoe, read the following :
KnOW all AIM h 11m, Pmtm Th.t am f.l.
the twentieth day of June, in tbe year of our
Lord one thousand . eight hundred and sixty-six,
personally omuio j oseph II nj-clock to inc. known
as such, and beitv duly sworn, depose as fol
lows : That ha if , th. j,nn.al av.n, rn- !.-
United State anr i dependencies thereof, for ure-
arations or mu licines known as M AliOIKL'8
'ILLS and SJ LVR. and that tha I'nllnwin.
certificates ar vcrbatuui oopies to the best ef
his knowledtjtt and belief.
L.B.J JAMI StiMEITilK,NoUry Public,
; ' l 1 WaU Street. I.ew Yoik.i .
Da. MiOOl l L I I take mv nen tn write vnn (if
my groat rein ,!, and that the swl'ul lain in my
siue bos left n te at last-thanks to your medicine.
Oh, doctor, iiow thankful I am that I can get
some sleet,. I can never write it enough. I
thank you again and again, and aia suit row.
are really tht, friend ot all siitrernra. I nul,l
not help rritimr to you, and hone yon will not
take it ar sins. JAMES MYERS.
Junel, i, , . , : ; 116 Avenue D.
This is to CartltV that T wu itioohor,..,! f-..
the an ay with Chron'c Diarrhoea, and have
been 01 ired be Dr. iiuKKiel's Pills.
WILSON 1IARVEY, I
New York. April 7, 1M5. S7 Pitt Street.
Th s fhllnwina- Is n IntereRtindr -iua of . rn.n
cmp'ioyed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring
tnel'd iron into a flask that was damn and wet
eau sed an explosion. Tbe melted iron was
thr own sroun J and on him in a perfect shower,
an d he was burnt dreadfully. The following
e rtificate waa given to nw by him about eigh
w ackg alter the accident :
nsw Yost, Jan. 11, 1866.
Mv name Is Janoh Tfarilv : f mm in lrn f.i-m
der: 1 wan harilv bernt bv hot iron in TnvAmT.-.
last; my burns healed but 1 had a runping s.r
on d iy leg that would not heal; I tried Alasx'dl'a
halve, and it cured me in a few weeks. This ia
al) true, and any body can now see ui at Jack-
so a's Iron Works, Second Avenue.
WHAT THE PATIENTS SAX Off
Dr. Hagglers Pills and Garret
riUvtrartt. frnm Viflnni T I
"I had no appetite: Maggiel's i'ills gavsmaj
a hearty one."
" Your Pills are marvelous." "
" I send for another box, and keep then, in '
the house." .... ...
"Dr. Msgm'ol has cured my headacho ',hat ;
" I gave half of one ef your pills to my liar e
fcreholera morbus. The dear little thing i ot '
well in a day." , i
My nausea of a morning is now cured. ;
" Your box of Maggiel's Salve oursd r j ot
noises in tbe head. I rubbed some o ; jour '
Salve behind my ears and tue noise left. " .
" Pend vat two boxes I I want one for . wot i
" I enclose a dollar i your price is t renty-ive
oents, but tit luedioine tome io wo'f'j Jiin,' -"Send
m five boxes of your piltj." ;
"Let mc have three boxes of jrour Salve by '
" The best Pills for headache I ever had." I
"MJf ,'vf.r wrk'ik aBe sgine. thaak te t
"lam pleased to say to yon. Dr. Msunrfal' '
that I would not be without a box of your i'ills
Jor curing me of morning ni.usef. for the world "
" Yoa will Bad enclostdono dollar. Your '
Y..1 DU oonsidor theiu
wunu iu ui. uu. uonar.
,. r, . T - . ... .
A 111. HIU. 11
inn ..i.!.--. ,7 w a rai, lour
, ...un , ' ' I 1 ' 11 1 ornSBerl It . nAB..l..
T V-lf - hli, J , . .
ill. mil? in ni. little i..k. .
UIIIUUl. 11. UDur mil. .at .. i .1
rri.- , ' t:7T' vnvw illf COO IOm
i ... !, r v iu mu.re
. ,-. , i . i a u.nii7 worrs .1,,!. n .-11
r annn,- I . t. V. 11 ..
""' "" na got well (tom the u,
of yourSalro. KncmtH flnj 9 . f
..1... i l .1 ; - - cenia ior an
"oni me another box of 8 j,.
Encloiied find ?S ent. ft.- ,
-"""" " Jve."
Tk. mn.l -!-. ...
ever swallowed." y
"'V?!"8.?? h oh Testimonials.'
most universal in the., tl . . j 1 ?. " "
UAItUlLli o rlhLH. avr. L.
L..U.Aw .1... wunuta. CUTO CUD
wv:. .ri - jtmci. ruKUi i,i.mi;u.
sf i; fir Pi & tuTi,"
t.ni. f mni .,h "u' conoomi-
T.Tvr " 'reM,n "" re-
. . . . ... . mm'iv iiutn lui
BAb h is must, invaluable. H doe -l heal
externally jl'.na. but penetrates with Ui ,unk
arching ( mu to tbe very root ot tif mrA
DR. MAGGIEL'S VILLA
tsTtsiABLT cnaa vra roi.uwio ui ,.
Kowel Cen iplalnts,
Chct Dis aues,
l ever and Asne,
I.ewnuM ( Sj .nis.
a't koaisea, .
Each Box Contains f vrelvr PHLc.
ONK IS A DOSE.
- noTTr. Nb grncli, without tb en--graved
trad, mark aroutvd eah i.t or box
irne-lby n)CT ( K J. MVrilll.L,K,( T0,s
te -er.t-Tfnit whlcb ia f. loav.
e.l.nUhyall rwarwat'l Dler, I. Vrf.
Iein t! ruuchovt th. Ltiiusd Suue aa-l Caae
dA at i.) nmis bov r r-.,u
TorvTiartiTH I m Muriel Pills er
Pair, wtk a little arahlt ia.,de the beg
1 hey are bona. Tbe (.nuiae bav. a.m. ef J.
IlaH.-k aa hog witk aaiae of J. Mtivwl. M.
I. Tbe main bave tbe Pill sarrwand-d witkv
white powder." -Hs
KJ?' VK.;KTAb.K COMPOUNDS. Th.;
wi'.noi hsruitneri f.t delicate female, and cub
r e given with gtjod eTcct i. pre ribe.1 !,., to
2!"" jlb?; OK. CL'x'AN KOI S lliS
OKL'KK ana rJ I eruni i.r,. r ,k. .i.i .i,
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