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"'aGENTS FOR TBI
Life Insurance Company,
(asif Assets ocr $5,000,000.!
TH K ' KOllO I -A.
Ilcme Inauran'c'e Company,
OF COLUMBUS. OA. "
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OK NASHVILLE. TKNN.
1 in INSURE LIFE POLICIES ON ALL
V V improved Plw. U"l take note f w
tk.vMr Also inur sgu nrt ton of damage
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Saturday Bwenlng. Me 18. 1867
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'FOR. CONGRESS, ', .
lion. J0nN W; LEFT WICH.
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FOR STATE SENATOR; I
Hon.. JOHN W. SMITH,
1 '','!,,'. prnuBt,1, ',!,;;' ':
, FOR REPRESENTATIVES,
Hon. DA5I. ABLE. '
Hon. W. W: COLEW4T.
. IFXAIIie TO-NIGHT. .' t. r
It it arranged ikif Afr.'',Stokei'.' will
speak io-nigbt t tla Greenlaw Opera
flaliVand Mr.tnerW will answer into.
An immense concourse of people will
. turn o'ut, of course, and those who go
early will have the advanUge in the
matter of te'ate. Strange at it may
teem, Mr., Stoket ii willing to' meet Mr.
Etheridge again. Well, let i give Mr.
Stoke a patient, respectful hearW
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THE DEBATE TE8TERDAT. , ,
The debate yetterday ia Court Square
is the great, theme of conversation on the
street. To our mind, it was not a debate
at all.' It takes two to make a contract,
and it takes two to make a debate. 5 On
one aide, there wet resiitlest torrent of
argument, eloquence, wit, humor, tarr
pastil, irony, burlesque, all rolling on
together, withering, 'crashing, clearing
all before it On the other side was a
feeble rill, that the green egg of a water
duck might have dammed effectually.
The part played by Stokes was that of
the tmallest actor of an Inferior stock
company in support of the matchless
Forrest in bis great character of . Vir.
ginius." One was as the grand monarch
of the vast prairies of the West The
other' that of the what shall we say?
Give us the name, somebody. 0. no, it
was no debate. ... ; V. ' '' "''
The scene has been the occasion of
much mirth, and, we are happy to record,
of no exasperations. That was right,
and we trust that good humor will char
acterise the end a well as the beginning
of the campaign. ,. What ' pn earth was
Mr. Stokes put np for? Did his friends
not know better T .Did they not know
that no living man can debate with Etb
eridge on the stump? Did they , not
know that the genius of all the Radical
party packed into the brain of one man
could not match Elheridge ? r did Mr.
Stokes wilfully and knowingly attempt
to butt the great Conservative locomo
tive off the track? Gracious, what a
folly !- Jerusalem, what an absurdity
Where is Bill Arp ? Produce Josh Bil
lings.' There Is food for these writers.
Ilarper't WttVy That is the idea. Let
this delectable pictorial rejoice. It has
a theme. Let it come out within a month
with a grand picture of the whole scene.
Etheridte upon the stand with bis hat on
agj a cloak drawn over bis shoulders,
leaning over the railing, with the fingers
of his right band trembling in the air.
Around him beautiful women, citizens,
military men, Radicals, Conservatives,
aad, above all, a colored person perched
on the li ab of old central oak, right over
the stand,, right over the speaker, right
over all There tat 8 takes, bald as an
egg and resiles as an aspen leaf In
front, packed into as small sj compass
as possible, stood a vast throng
which no man could number black
and white, yellow and gray, old and
young, little and big, statue-like,
with' eye wide cpea And mcaths ajar,
devouring the speaker and the speech.
Now, as be tosses a sating them a fireball
of wit, or a glittering sarcasm, or a
rocket of eloquence, or' abell of argu
ment, the vast throng wavers like an
agitated sea and roar like the cataract
of Niagara. The triumph is complete.
Stoat- attempt to reply- It i feeble,
fceVle as water to weak to run da
bill. The man with the hat and the
cloak' rises again, and for two mortal
hour chop, right and left, nntil the sun,
that ttajs for no battle, and pauses for
no human affair, comes to the relief of
ail that wis left of Stokes. It was not a
slsBtra-.er, it was a dVliberaU execnlice.
Lft Harper attend to this matter. A few
tbourar. i dollar tan h made, 0 doabL,
t of tie pubiie elocution of William
13 Sic k" Court Square Let the
gravers V- ' .
A ITUPEKDOUi MAUD.
ur. .tt,l frequently thai tha
pretence d Yankee enissiooaries in the
South, their line t conanci,ioo
they preach, lh oool , deceptions
ibey practice, the path-bound, hostile
league they form among the colored
people, wilt bring great trouble. It ha
already commenced Th ball it
motiotf,' arid unlest torn power, not pot
sessed by the South, shall check its
headlong plunga; calamity will
happenProof accumulate, on every
band that in nearly all part oi m.ouu.u
Yankee misaioaarie ar teoretly work-
.m,ur the colored people. . What do
they, how do thoy, and what do they
teach ? Equat right to ' whiU and
M.rV ? Rohrietv. iuitioe, industry, re
ligion? , No, ,They preach the gospel of
vengeance, 'c6nfiscation;- They preach
tliat which, if it shall nollnvok a war of
races, will not owe the circumstance to
any lack of etfergy on th part of the
preachers. The Northern" people ar
beginning' to understand tuwrnawsr.
nrihi. rla., of rovine vagabond and
disturber of the peoplo' quiet, "Mack,",
of tha Cincinnati Uovtmtretai, wriimg
tmm rliRrli'iton. iflVi: r . i i
There it more ruisuhief n thl iort of
ii wfirii Liian. loo ueuum vi
the North, who ar so far removed that
they can not watch its effect, and can
hear of it only a a step in the right
direction ot .Human ireeooni, iiuai.
i K. .nKirt m. irood deal of
attantion since I entered the Southern
country, and have heard the views of in
telligent and patriotic Souther tnen
upon it, and I leel jtitunca iu ajiu iut
l. : 1 1 I ...A In n.rl,ln hut bad result.'
,1 Will irw - " ,
There it no objection to free speech to
the negroes; UUl rue ciasa
have undertaken to do the " missionary
work " do not stop with public speeches,
mi i ...... n.,nu.W ik menroti into
secret leagues, wAic are held together
by promises of confiscation, andarms,
and all that srt thing. They have
already taught tne uiac iu uenco
the oil of the South belong to them-
thattbey hare tilled it and improved it
and enriched their former masters out of
it, and that it is now theirs by sacred
right" . Why not go to the factory hand
of Boston and Lowell and Providence
and tell them that upon ibis newly die
covered principle they own the factories
and th Uoms they have been working
at wagn not convertible into more than
was paid to the slave.
"Mack" is a Republican, a man of
great information, a clote observer, not
likely to be mistaken, and it making a
tour of the Sooth." Are the colored peo
ple of Memphis organised : into secret
league ? What are these leagses for ?
Will any man answer? Will any man
who knows the secret dare to tell it? All
the great secret organizations of onr day
have ome public object to tubterve.
They invariably teaoh virtue,' charity,"
peace, and good will among men.. It it
only tbs forms and ceremoniet that ar
concealed from the world The act of
the organizations speak for themselves.
What i the object of tecret political
league ? " Mack " tell n,. The grand
end to be accomplished is to get the col
ored vote. To effect that, the colored
voter must be offered an inducement.
Money U out of the question, for these
fellow have it not, and would (aot, if
they 'possessed it," use it in that'way.
Office but 'ah, there's tho rub. Of
fice ia wanted for the Radicals. Th
colored man i not to have
a division. What, then, is promised?
Confiscation of the properly of rebels
and its transfer to. th colored people)
Is there a league in Memphis founded on
this stupendous cheat And windle? Has
any black man in Memphis been, fool
enough 16 tell his toul to a few Radical
office seekers at tuch price ? It is false,
devilishly false. , Never will such a con
fiscation and tuch a transfer take place.
It it Impossible, and the men who prom
ise it, know that they promise that which
will Jiever be realized. .The North it
opposed to it The Radical party Unnot
carry t into ejecuiion; .Any attempt to
do so would destroy the parly. And
if such an act could be foroed through
Congress, it could not be eiteuted--never,
never. Let the colored people
open their eye. They are ttaoding
on tlippery. ground, if they rest! their
feet on such a platform of promiees,
OLD SMITH OH HUH.
Old Gerritt Smith, in hi lucid inter
vals, says some sensible things, and tome
that are not remarkable for sense. lie
was tolerably sane the other day at
Richmond, and made a .speech to a
colored crowd. ' lie expressed great
partiality for them over the white race,
and gave . them some advice, . lie
said, among other things, that " black
mobs were at bad as slavery. Leave
mobs to white men.' , Be ' orderly,' law
abiding; seek justice in the courts and
at tha ballot-box ; build schools and
churches; drink no mm; let the ques
tion ' What is a black man T be answered
'a good citizen, who. drinks no rum.'
Let white men drink all the rm, and the
black man work and buy land, aad be
will soon own half tb land i Vir
ginia. sow we uo pot tnmx mat it
fair to ' the colored people! Do they
not love rum a well as white man,
and ar tbey noj, ander th legisla
tion of Congwss, equally entitled to drink
it? Why ebou'.d the luxury of ram' be
withheld from those who, under Butler,
saved the Union? Is this equality ? Is
this a fruit hanging golden on the new
millennial tree? Strange! Ilave not
colored people throats, and do not the
become dry, and is not rum an excellent
msiener? We advise nobody to drink.
W think it a dangerous habit; but that
is aot th question. Aecordiag to 4h
doctrine of equal rights, colored becple
have a right to drink rum, and Mr. Smith
ha no right to attack it "Let white
men drink all th rum." .Don't yoo do
it Contend for at leant haTth article,
drink it oat of spite, and tell old Smith
to whistle bis anti-ram tun to the wiad.
As to "owning halfth laad in Virginia,"
by mean of the panssee of all lh ran
down the throat of white mea, why that
is afxnrd. Never think of it Nvr be
fwaled by such talk. So long a th Bia
m jm AV Ji-A
Ridge lift it eternal peak to the tky,
o long will the whit race own the lands
of Virginia aud rue the Otaie. i
i ' AIM AD END. ' 1
The'Radicalt, oqleinporary ay, re
using their utmos(edeavor to excite a
war of ace at the- Sonth. Tby v
Ud manv miuuidd uegroe to believe
that the confiscation of the property of
iholr former masters, and a division of
it amoni themselves, would be no mor
than an act of retribotlve jtice.i Th
bette to (observe their .-lafamou pun
poset, and tg enable tbem to hold their
dupes more bbedlent to ineirwm, tney
have , organized,, among ,- the. oeAroo
teert societies, in which an oath is taken
"before God and man, to tupport th
nominee o( the Radical party," and to
regard alt oots'ide' of their organieatlon
ensmie... Th number of these ecrej
associations throughout, the South is
already large, and urged on by Radical
malevolence and Radical greed, Uhey
continue, to multiply. , Their .avowed
object it to bring about the confiscation
and distribution , of the estates of the
disloyal," their member being known
as Confiscationist. Commenting on this
lamentable condition of affair, the Rich
mond Eminar iJt; k'' It ,i not diffi
cult to tee where all this , will end. It
matt result in a war of race, when, for
theit own protection,, tho respectable
whttci will have to enter into tociaties,
pledging themselvet to employ no colored
man for any purpose no oolored bar
ber, or .shoemaker,1 'or, hackraan, or
waiter, or blacksmith, or carpenter, or
bartender and eventually no colored
ploughman or reaper. ' If Jbe .Confisca-,
tionists desire to bring thit misery on
the blacke, it i in their power." . . -
' ' 1HBH0BILI MOT. ' .'V,
! "The St Looi Republican, of' yetter
day, taket thi View jof th,e Mobile riot:
There I something yet to be explained
in 'i thit ', matter;.. In . New Orleans And
Memphif Mr. Eelley encountered no un
pleasant incidents.'' His meetings were
undisturbed, and the treatment., he re
ceived was altogether courteous. ' It has
not appeared that in Mobile there it any
greater disposition to lawlessness and
deeds of violence against Radical speak
er than in other place visited by Mr.
Kelly. , It would teem that there must
neve been tome extraordinary provoca
tion given for an outbreak. The die-
patch we have received relate! that the
Mobile papers charge, that Mr... Kelly'
tpeech wat of an incendiary character,
calculated to incite the negroet to the
commission of outrages, and that thit
eauted the outbreak. The presumption
it' Ibat when 'citixent nnder military
surveillance, with a regiment of soldiers
close at land to control them, are ex'
cited to the point of Being firearms, the
provocation mast have been intense. If
Mr. Kelly to far 'forgot 'himself in his
Southern harangues as to offer tuch
provocations will beth part of wisdom
for the people to abstain-from bis meet
lags. In the circumstances in which
they are placed, to resent insult and
outrage is to invite a more stringent ap
THX MAUL AHO IHK BAM. .. ,.
A ttory it told of an ambitious ram,
who attacked every on he met The
owner of the beast resolved ' to gratify
thit combative propensity to. hit satisfac
tion. ' In the lot where be domineered,
tb gentleman tatpended a piece 'of
timber, known among rail-splitters as a
maul. Bung at the proper hight, it wat
put in motion like a pendulum. At the
tun went down, th ram ditcovered what
he concluded fcbdj a defianci.rile'rt
solved to give tattle. For an Tiouf oi
more the gentleman watched the contest
The ram dashed himself furiously against
the maul, and retired,' shaking hit head.
At it came back, again it wat met
Darknest came on, and the gentleman
retired T Awaking the nest morning, h
repaired to the lot to ascertain (he issue
of the battle. No ram was to be seen,
but a small bunch of wool was discovered
to be jumping up at the maul. All that
is left of Mr. Stokes from the contest of
yesterday it still jumping up at Mr.
The fellow Conway, who ttylet himself
Reverend,' 'delivered A tpeech In Lafay
ette Square, New Orleans, the other day,
in which occurred the following:
.! We ere going to have black Yankee
and white Yankee in the City Hall, in
the City Councils. We will have black
Yankees and white Yankees on the po
lice. And when the public tcboolt edu
cate 'colored -men sufficiently, black
Yankees and white Yankees will sit on
the bench as judge-. Send tome of these
black Yankees to the convention. We
will hire in the same Legislature black
Yankees and white Yankees.
Tbese black Yankees fought on the
same battlefield with myself, and some
of them proved themselves braver than
I am. Some of these black Yankee
hav preached in the same pulpit with
me, and preached better sermons than I
did. , , .
I am goicg to organize sometbi a g here
that will make the rebels mad. We will
have twenty thousand loyal leaguers in
Louisiana, and lhey will b a power.
No doubt the fellow is a small as they
are ever made. .Any colored peron who
i not better than be is, is not fit to go
from hoffl. . . '
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A Split Two Ticket If etntnateo
, Tb ImpticomtDl c-arcw.
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Mav 1. The Radical
Coaveaiioa to nominal a candidate for
Congress, in tLis District, met in thi
-it iwdi. at lh eanitol. A division
w.nr-a la MflH tS th elmilii0Q Of
delegates from Wiloon conty, where
mw i ha anniMtrter ol Job Lawrenr
cdL Tbey held a meeting at the
Market Eou-e and nominated him a A
candidate. The del-gates that remained
nominated John Trimble The great
nf tka dflrirates were .neeroea.
Lwrence i from Ohio And hat beetr
here in the employ of the hre-dmeoe
VI n v-atm s iVxAv n m ll TTTv. Trimble i a
...i,. Ifnion an. The contest between
tb.ro 'H b determined by the negro
Bt little p-ogres has beee maJe
ty lb impeachment court.
TIIE NOON DISPATCHES
FROM NEW YORK.
4Niw Yom, May 18, A Little Rock
special lays at toon as Gen. Ord arrive!
at that place he will appoint Boards ot
Registration. ( J J . - j
...The. Actual debt o( th city.of.New
York I $22,142,245 ; receipt for last
year, $23,736,821 ; amount paid out for
tamo time, $21,642,041., ,
Attorney General Stanberry't opinion
regarding the extentof lh disfranchising
clause wis read, end will bmade publio
xt week. (,.,(.,,.,
i A,. Wahiugton special tayt the Radi
cal are making atreoaout effort to te
cure a July tctiion of Congress. '
i ' i .FROM ANNAPOLIS, MD. -!
Anurous, May 18.Ith Maryland
Constitutional Convention '.to day the
committee on declaration right reported
a bill providing, Among other things, for
the admission of negro testimony in the
courtt of the State, and wat made the or
der for Wednetday next, i
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! u; - FROM WASHINGTON. '
'TVishinotok, May 19. Geo., Burton
has been summoned to appear before tb
Judiciary Committee and give testimony
at to the oottody, conversation, ete., of
Jefferson DaviA .,, ..,' , n
' i FOREIGN. v ' -ii i -
j BsRUK.May 17. A meeting of Ameri
can was held bete to-day in honor to the
memory of Governor Wright Over one
hundred person were present, and Mr.
Fy presided. Governor Curtin, ' of
Penntylv'an, delivered a eulogy, And a
series, of, appropriate resolution were
passed. :'- h : ; i ';' '
I YiMitA, May 17. An Imperial decree
hat been promulgated, favoring the pro:
tettant inhabitant of Hungary. - v...:
Lohdoh, May 17, p.m. Order have
been issued In council for the prevention
of the iutroiluctioa of ravage by. the
rinderpest, which hat again made iu ap
pearance and prevail in tome countiet
in England. . . ." . .
Prt Bpewh Bappretttd is Zatt Tennsise.
It was stated in the Knexville Whig S
few weeks since that Col. R. M. Edwards,
of Cleveland, had been indictuJ by the
grand jury of MoMinn ceunty, "for
making an insurrectionary and treason
able speech in Athens.", The insurrec
tion and treason of which CeL Edwards
was'guilty consisted in making a speech
in which he bad told tome unpleasant
truth in regard tq the present State gov
ernment Another gentleman in East
Tennessee, who attempted a similar piece
of mental labor, 'was silenced on the
ground that it was " treason against the
State " to discuss the indebtedness of the
State and the high taxes imposed upon
the peoplev- The gentleman tells the
story in the following communication to
the Bristol Kewt ': ' :Y. '.'! '.' t 1
f J ":, .'.".' ' BsiSTouTtmr.. MayT, 186T. ;'
' By your permission I wish to chronicle
certain facts that transpired at Blount
ville yesterday. ' With but one exception
it has not a parallel in the history of the
country. -i Being A firm, unconditional
Union man, and being called upon by
many of my friends to become a candit
date to represent them in the next Leg
islature of Tennessee, I, by permission
of the chairman of the court, C. E. War
ren, Esq., felt it my duty and privilege
to address the citizens of the cennty on
the leading topics of the day; but had
not proceeded far in discntting our great
indebtedness of the State and county, by
high taxation, when I was called to or
der and to abandon my speech, a he
considered it treason against the' State.
Thus trammeled and gagged, of course
I had to abandon my speech. Now, sir,
I wish it to be understood that I always
opposed ' the old Democratic party,
becanse of it extreme radicalism being
dangerous to our free institutions. . I
opposed the rebellion s being unneces
sary and mitchievou, based, at it was,
upon aeoession, which was unconstitu
tional. Having acted, therefore, with
the Union parly for the restoration of the
Suta and Caion, I consider my treat
ment at Blountville one of the most
outrageous act perpetrated since the
rebellion, and have come to the conclu
sion that when we, the loyal people of
the State of Tennessee, can no longer
publicly discuss th dangerous and ex
treme measurea of our representative,
thot we are a ruined people. Oh, for the
good old lime ofyeara gone by, when we
were permitted to bear free expressions
of thonght and sentiment It becomes
every good man to consider well to what
point we are drifting. ' '
I intended to vote for Gov. Brownlow
and my friend Judge Butler, but could I
be assured that they consider it an act
of treason against the State to discuss
publicly th leading principle of the
government, in which all th people are
intereated.then I could aot vote for them,
though they be my personal friends.
And I call npon all the good, loyal
men of this county and State to be care
ful how they east their vote at the com
ing election. Take warning for the fu
ture by the past I had not fully deter
mined to become a candidate at that
time, but jow I feel it my duly more
tha ever to run. and denounce the
psrty whose evil deeds are so dark as
not to be willing to hav them exposed
the evil deeds, misrule and an wise policy
of the present ptriy. I will issue my
circular in a few days, in order that the
md'i mav understand tb true position
of our political affair, and may vote for
the true interest of their Stat and
county. J-8- Shaol.
The Bfietol 'ewt tayt Mr. Sbangle
"it a Rtdical, but opposed te the militia
bill and extravagance of the last Legis
lature." t&" Th Cineiaaati Gatrtt think
Congressional interference i needed, in
Kentucky, because, in its opinion, the
government oi that State is not Uepuhii
ce inform! It there no limit to the
iaapedeace of Kadiraliam ? It the State
fovernmnt of T"'''' Republicaa in
form? Yet to th Gazette, oar Stat
government i eminently, atiifaetery.
;" M AHUIKIJ. .1,1.
T EBOrSOJT XOBRIS.-Oa the avwala of
thtlttk iait.. at fir Pmfcruriaa Charrk,
br . I. kialaiM. Mr. Wm- H. frr ia
M1 at l Marrarvt M. Karri, ail f Iki city.
THE LOfLAND TIIACT OK LAND
WE BHALL OFPKR AT ri'MLIO fULK,
fur aoouunt of lbs heir, of our furuisr
townsman, C'harlrs I.ofland, daoranen. tbat
rnont Taluakl tract of Inn on that rivor front,
June hxlow tk ti.wu of Kc.r' Pirkorlnir, In th
rir.iralfle nftitthhorhood of llr. Whi'S'i.n i ar
rt.a., Jadf Aallar'o ( Mr, WiUlbanrw'a.
Tbli U a tract af land ofsraat valus. ami will
ha ublivided Into lata of eunreutant for
suburban raxlilmmo,, and sold aMn liberal
tarma, Th sale will lak plao upoa Uis
lirauiua on , i . , ,, ,
' Taesdar, the 21t of May,'
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On which oecwion we will einaat tn van a lanr
allandanoa of biddarp at a nalu of sunk valuabla
''""'""JiOTSTER, TIIBZKVANT A CO.. '
6A-td i- Auotionaors. ;
i . ',. ' ' - ' -V I ; '1:11 .'
, V i. i ON , t,f ( , .,
. MAIN STKEET,
Bet. Poplar and Waahlngton St,,
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"IT DIRECTION OF THK KXRCTJTORS
1) of Dr. Lawis Hbanks.wethall offer at Pnb
fi Bala, to tb hiaheit bidder, ON THUKd
DAT. MAV 23. that, , ;. , ,.,
I VALTJATJLE ' LOT .'
On the Weit Side of Main Street,
, At the corner of the AMer J5.' ? '
Bet. Washington and Poplar Btreett,
Ruin nart of Lot No. 181. 18K feet front tr a
depth of 74 feet 3 inches, on which is a two
story brick building, kntwn as , . . ,
It U unascaaiarv tasoeak to this comraunitv
of a piooa sf property so well knowo ai this.
but or the f niunaatiun or parttei at a durance,
who wiah to make aiafa aad pavin invwit
moot in Memphis property, w will stale that
a llouo io this location muat aiwavs be in
great demand, and high root. The Ilou.a is
under lease to January. ISo'J.attl&O par month.
TRRMS Half ab . balance la six and
twelve months, with intarasl and deed of trust,
49 Bala upon th prsmiaas at It o'clock.
ROYSTER, TKBZKVANT A CO., .
69 - ; Anetionecrs.
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Central and nighlj Valuable
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Br DIRECTION AND AUTHORITY OF
M. J. Wicks, E'q., 'i'riistee, we shall nail to
the hiKhcm bidder, WITHOUT RKKKEVK OR
REDkiMPTlO.V, , ,
On Saturday, '251 h Day of May,
- THOSE FlVB WELL-BUILT
TilEEE-STOST BBICK HOUSES,
KNOWN A3',' 'V'..'
THK HTRKKT I1LOCK,
'. ., , AT THS ' ': '', ,
8. W. cor, Second and Poplar Bt.,
Within half a iqaar and full view' of the
OVERTON IiOTKL. "80 near the bnainest
portion of tha city, tb i ia pro pert, which must
always command, u it bow has the best cl
of tenant, at full ronts. fc'arh tenement con
tains ten room,. The buildinss war con
Unctad with tha viaw of bains aaaily cbaiured
o aa to be Bied for atorci and rsaiuencaa'to
retbar when it ibould become necessary to
maat th demand of buiioeM.
This sal U paremptorr and without reserve,
and w have sraat aonudanca iu inritin to it
the presence and competition of bidders, aa
alforin the opportunity of a safe and paying
inveitmunt in soma of lb best city property
likely to come an tha market this laason, -
TERMS Fourth eaah: four and eight
months, with approved security and lien re
tained. ROYSTER, TREZBVANT A CO.,
AT A MEETING OF THE PRIDEOFTHK
South Baaa Ball Club, hold May 17, 1K67,
tha action taken in tba eaa nf Kuveiie W.
Maorawaa reconsidered, and, upon tha state
ment than niade, Mr. Moore vu found But
guilty of tba chargn. and honorably acquitted.
By order of the Club.
, WOLF KIViflB
Bathing and Swimming
STABLISIIMEXT( ' .7
Foot of Auction Street.
IKICH POH THK SEASON: '
Grown l'arson, - $10 1 ChiMren, - - - 15
Biagle baths, 2) Cents. '
DRKP3 BOOM, INCLUDINO BATHING
Irea and Towels, 60 cants. Hwimuiing
l.esnons given tbra tiineaweek,HliJjiAYc,
WhUNKSUAYS. and FRIDAY;,.
6-U A. H. 8TRATMAN.
HAVING Houses to let, can
obtain good paying tenants
by putting onr uniqnalcd
Blinds npon the windows.
We are selling at GREATLY
McWIXLIAMS k CO.,
U-Xl Heconil Ht.
a. D. WARD. , i. C. WAD.
11. I). WAHD Ac CO,
WkolMai aad Retail Dealers ia .
Drns, Medicines and Chxmlcals
' PainU, OU, Window Olaa. Putty.
DENTAL AID IUR0ICAL IIITBCNUTI
Oraa and Garden Beer', Et.,
No. ITS Mala Htreet,
Wood raff Block. er fb Ovartoa HoUl.
AffalPHtS. TIHlf. 9
UILLEB & 1IILLER,
- - ' '
ATTOHNKVH A.T I.A.W,
Ci Kijiov Dsns.' . )
fusN. W7 M.is Ht., t
1 May 1H, 1KI7.J
MiUKOTS Ciiiir b1
ILSON BROS. NOW IIAVINtl tWMrbn
J ted the alteration In tliair Building, and
bavin everything raaovatad so as U faollltata
bosiness, hereby Under their thaiks to their
friends and tbspabllo forth kind patronsgt
exundad to tham (avsa while ths store vu
undergoing repairs), and would call thalr at
tention to th new price and new Goods,
which they will hav th nUaaur of shewing
to their patrons on Monday morning !
Callrse, only l!',15snd lHot per yard. . .
Fait Colored LaMi.t. only 17 at per yrd. I '
Fine Comet, only $ 1 16 per pair.
Kid Gloves reduo.il In tl par pair.
Ladies' Kmbmidered Paper Collars, only 04t
per pack 0no aiisortmunt.
Ladiu' French Embroidered Collars, at only
6u eu, !! ot and $1 each. Richly worth double
the money. - --
Linen Shirt Fronts, only 1. CO and 25 et.
An imiuenaa stock of white goods, bought at
New York auutious, whioh will h mid el
Jaconets at 15, 11, 20. ti, SO sndU cti par yard.
Check Muslins very low.
Nainsook at only 29, 30, ,TI and Wets par yard.
Alicerne, for Ladies' waist, at only $1 per yard.
Infant' Waimt. very cheap.
Wbiia Marseilles, only 6 cu pet yard.
All other goods In our house at proportion
We also have a stock nf linen olothlngfor
gentlemen, which we will sa l at New York cost
ta close out, a, wa wish to duoontinue that
branch of our liusiuas. We have
600 pair Linen Pants, from 1 1'5 to per pair.'
Mai Linen Hunters, from 4 to M.
600 Linen Vrnu, from 7& eta to $2.
Alaoa complete (lock of gun tlemen'l furnish
ing goods, which wa will sell low.
dents' white Linen Bosom ehirb, only $1 26
.......... I ju
" French Pigue " "
. ." Uaua Marino Under Shirts ,
Our Stock is bound to be reduced, heno w
ofler Good at such - 1 ..... .
No Trouble to Show Goods, and FAIH
DEAL1BO, Our Motto. .
Air REMEMBER THE PLACE :E ,
;.:.;'" elsox linos.
Mannnotli Cltenp Store,
" No. 297 Main Street,
-Between Madison street and the Alley."
61-7(1 '" '- ' ' ' T KT.PQN H0'.
Something New Under the Sun,
A : New Era in Medicine.'
I ET THK SUFFERING AND DISEASED
i read the fallowing 1
Lat all who hav bean given up by Doctor,
and spokan ot aa iaourable, read th following:
Let all who can believe facta, and can hav
faith In evidence, read tba following:
' Know all Men Ay (Arse 7Vern(. That on this
tha twentieth day of Juae, in tha year of our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six,
personally came Josuph Ilaydock to me, known
a such, and being duly sworn, deposed a foi
ls ws : That h ia tha sole general agent for the
United State and dependencies thereof, for pre
parations or medicine known aa M AGUlhL'B
PILLS aad SALVE, and that the fnllowini
certificates are verbatum eopios to the beat a)
hi knowledge and belief.
L. 8.1 JAMES SMEITRK, Notary Public,
Wall Street. New York.
Da. Maooil: I take my pan to write you ol
my great relief, and that the awful pain in my
side ha left ma a, last-thank to your medicine.
Oh, doctor, how thankful I am that I can gt
soma sleep. I oau aever write it enough. I
thank you again and again, and am sura you
are rvitii? the frietid of ail euiTcrer. I couiii
not help writing to you, and hope yon will pot
take it amiss. .1 . JAM-ES MYERS.
June 1, WW. IU Avenue D.
This i to certify that I was discharged troin
th army with Cnronio Diarrhoea, and hav
bean cured be Dr. Margiel's Pills.. '
New York. April 7, latt. 71 Pitt Street.
The following ia an Interesting ease ot a man
employed in an Iron Foundry, who, in pouring
melted iron into a Hank that was damp aud wet
cauped.au explosion. The melted iron war
thrown around and on him In a perfect shower,
and he was burnt dreadfully. Th following
eertiAoate wa given to ma by him about euih
weeks alter the accident :
. Nsw Yon. Jen. 11. ISM.
. My nam ts Jaeob ilardv : 1 am an iron foun
der; I wan badly burnt by hot iron in November
last: my burn healed but I had a running sore
on my leg that would not heali I tried MairKicl'r
Salva, and it oured ma in a fow week. This U
all true, and any body can now sea me at Jack
son's Iron Work, Seoond Avenue.
. WHAT THE PATIENTS SAY OF '
Dr. Magglel's PHls and Salve!
(Extract from Various Letter. I
I had no appetite; Maggiei's Pill gavsm
a hearty on. " : 1
''Your Pills are marvlou."
" I send for another box, and keep then ta
th house.".. . .
"Dr.' Maggie! has eared my headache thai
" I gava half of one of your pills to my babi
for cholera morbus. The dear little thing got
well in a day."
My nausea of a morning is now'eured.
" Your box of Maggiol's Salve cured me at
n.tise in tho head. I rubbed aome of yaui
Salve behind my ear and th noise left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
" I enelora a dollar ; your price i twenty-fivr
oenU, bat tb medicine to me 1 worth a dollar."
" Send me fire boxes of your pills."
" Let m have three bexa of your Salve b
Jeturn mail." .
Th bast Pills for headache I ever had."
"My liver work like an casino, thoak U
"Iam planned to my to you, Dr. Magfiet,
that I would not be witliont a box of your I'ill,
for aurin u of morning nausea fur lh werld."
" Yoa arUl find, enclosed one dollar. Your
Pills ar only 2J cent, but I consider them
worth to me on dollar.''
" Dill Diwi.it : My tongue had a fur on it
very morning like tha book of a cat. Your
Pills took it away.; , - - .
" I took half a pill and rrurked it to powder,
and gave it in jelly to my little babe for cholera
morbus. Tha dear little pet was well tu three
hoar after." -
-1 sappoa It Is hardly worth while to tell
you my burned fnot ha got well from tk nsa
of your Salve. Enclosed find 25 cent fur an
other bag to keep in the house. "
"Send me another box of Balve." " . "'
" Enclosed find 76 cent for two boxes of your
Maggiei's Pills and one ef Salve."
" Tha moatgeatl yet earohint medlein 1
ever swallowed." ......
I Hav Over 200 Such Testimonial.
MAGOIKL'S PILLS AND SALVE ar al
mo.t universal In their effects, and a cure can
be al m o.t ai w art ru aran t eed . FO 11 B I L L 1 0 li 8
IllSKAHb'S authin can be mar produ-Ura ol
cure than tbete Pill. Their aJmoet magic in
fluence is felt at once : and the nnual cono.iui
tant of tbl4 most di.treing dif.aao ara re
moved. The remcdif ara made from tha
purest VKUKTAULK COMPOUNDS. Thay
will 0"t hurui (heiu"t drlicale female, andean
be givn with od affect in nracnlH d.wi u
thevonogcatbaba. OH CLTA N KOliS DiS
OKDKKS and all emi.iii.n of tha skin the
BALVK is mul inralual.la. It d'.as not hi-a.'
aitmally alena, bat penetrates with tha nwl
SBBrabiug atleeta to tba vary root al tha evil.
' DR. MACUIKL'S ruxs
inrtaiiai.v riaa vv rotiiwiso nitisgs
Hawrl Caaplaint. Indigaati.w.
Chut PieaajwJ. Inward Wak '
CouirDoa, Liver OMBi'iainls,
Ivapr,ia, l.wnrt of npirii.
Ii.k.utr, - hall Kheum.
Fevr and Ague. baida.
Each Hox Contains f uelte rills.
OKI FILL IS A. DOSE.
1. Sovirg. 'nne gecnine vritbaot the ew
graved tr.i mirk around avh pt r bg
atgaed by I'OCT'.R J. W Ailiilt'U Yet
Sa eeanlarfeit which t iV'ony
ta. liU by all mi n :ai.. Dealer, is Med
icine, throughout tk. 1'cli.d Stales god Cana
da, a Ik aar Wv ar pat.
"Corwanraiva I Hav to Muriel er
Pla w.(h a lili'e para.hlrt inu la the I
Ti.v ar. kMrn.. TK g.eia. bare a.m. af J.
Hard'-fc aa hn wtlb nam "i d. Maral. M.
1. Iks gmainakava la Pill nmmmtr4 wuk
"" hRY" GOODS.
-r. " "-
CLOSING OUT SALE
AT OOST, 5
M. KRAUS & 00. 'S,
' 1M Molu Stroot, . '
Corner of Adams, opp. th Wortham nui,
.,(. , ' I
.... OF . I
STAPLE AXD FAXCY DRY GOODS, '
HOOTS AXD SHOES,
Ladies' and OenU' FURNISHING GOODS,
Fancy Good and Notions, i;
nAVINd INCREASED OUR WHOLE
SALE BUSINESS to a large extent, aud
it being utterly iinpn.sibl to give the usual
attention our Rotail Buninoas requires, we are
fully determined to give up our loug established
Retail lluslneis at the earliest possible nio
nient, and shall, from thi day on, coiumanu
to close out our entire stack of abov mcu-.
tinned Oood COMX. -
Tho most of our stock is til new; butreoantly '
bought at the lat decline in Uoad. and well ,
worthy the inspection of City and Country,
i...- : ::::;r
Our Htook ConlU ofi . . !'
Prints, Blch'd and Brown Domeallca, Bloh'd
and Ilrowo i-4, t-i and 10-4 bhoetinga, 6-4
nd 10-4 Linen. '
Bed Tick. Cotton Checks, Plaid and Stripes,'
Cottonades and Osnaburgs. , .
All kinds Black Cloth, Doeskin and Fancy Cas
Bleached and Brown Table Linen, new style
Linen Lawn, plain and faney Irish Linens. -
American and Scotch Ginghams, Pink, Blue
and BulTChambraya, . . ..
Solid Black; Colored and Fancy Dress Silks,
new styles Dros Goods- , . ,
Now French Percales, White aad Figured Var-i
New styles Fronch Jaconets and Organdies.
new atyle Urcnadiuea. . ,
Blank and Fancy Colored Alpaocas, new styles
Cheap xktwns. ; .
Kid fllovos, all colorsthe best made, Silk Mils '
Plain and Embroidered Corsets, English, Gor
man and Amarican Hosiery.
Silk Saquo and Basques. White Good of all
kinds. Towels, Napkins and Wine Cloth. ;
Ladies' and Men's Lines Handkerchiefs, La-
1 dies' Hemstitched, Embroidered. Initial aud
, Lace Handkerchiefs. ...
Marseille Bed and Crib Quilts. -
New atyies Hoop SkirU, Ladies' and Children's
Shoes. , . 1
Gent' Furnish lug C'oori.
White Shirts, Under Shlru and Drawers,
Ucarfs and Neck Tie.
English and American White, Brown and
Fancy Half 11 use. ,
Mosquito Bars and Netting, Silk Parasols and
A large lot ReadrMade Clothing. .
All of which wo are dcirou of closing out a
SPEEDY AS POSSIBLE AT COST. ,
er Don't forget the place.
M. KRAUS te CO.;
218 Vain Street,
Corner of Adams, opd. th Worsham House.
N. B. Country Merchants who want to clos
out lots of certain Dry (ioods, Notion, Boots
and Shoes, and f!lthing. will do we l tooall
early. ALL REMNANTS KKOAHDLKSS
OF OftPT. (W r
Official Drawings of th Missouri Stat
CLASS S33-DaaW May 17. 1887. , '
48, 24, 73, 45, , 12, 56. 38, 8, 8, U, 1. -CLASS
No. S-M-DtAWg May 17. 1867.
66, 61, 2, 11, 20, 17. 15. 1, 65, 16, 25, 57, 85,
NO GIFT ENTERPRISE !
Or any other Swindle!
MISSOURI AND KENtVcKT STATE AND
BAYANA LOTTERIES. .
0NLT LEGAL LOTTERIES IN U. S.
rpiTEY ARE DRAWN UNDER STATE
1 Charters; havbaendrawnfo(OverF0UTY
YEARS. . ' ,. . . tl.
Bond must be and ar deposited with U. S.
Collector a Security. , .
The priios ara drawn In public by two sworn
Cop-missioner appointed by the State.
Must be drawn tf tiekets art sold or not.
PHIZES ALL CASH:
Th era are two State Drawings each day, and
two Havana Drawing each month. -
Drawium can be seen tw hour after pur
chase of Tickets.
One-half tha Tickets are Priret. .
Prir.os paid on day of purcbaae.
Tii'kets $1 lo (211, acoonling to Scheme.
Prir.es tl to JllNi.Ooo, acconlinv to Kch.m.
Prineipal Agent, GEO. W. VAN VOAST, No:
20 Jefferson street.
NOTICK. , , ,
A. Slulet vt. T- Stutci.
INSIIELBYCIRCOireOURI, MEM PHIS,
Teno., itaoearing to the Clork from the pe
tilion herein filed duly sworn to thai the de
fendant is a non-resident of tba State of Ten
nessee, it i ordered that publication bemad
in one of the Memphis paper for lour weess,
citing the defendant to appear in the Circuit
Court within the first three days of next term,
to be helil at Memphis, for Shelby county, on
the third Monday in May. 1S67. aud plead, an
swer or demur to said bill, or tne same will be
taken for confessed, and eat for hearing tc
vnrle. Dene at office, April 18, 1K57.
42.iaw-7 M. U. L. STEWART. Clerk.
Jl,frt P. II. IJeinrti h, J. P. : A. J. rlTAi(c if
tV. v. Iturmw b Jinli-liff vutl Vtrocl .
Tillcry, eoM-xmag the jirm of Jlatelijf .t Ttl-
T T APPEARIXa FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
1 this cause that the drlendanU, Dormas fr
Rateliff and Vergol H. Tillery, are non-rci-denf
of the State of Tennessee; it is therelora
ordered that tha said dofentant make their
appearance at my office, in the city of Memphis,
Shelby county. Tenneanea,n or before the 2"th
.y of May, Wu, then and there to plead, an
swer vr demur lo plaintilf' complaint, or the
sain, will be taken for conlessed and set fur
h .aring axpartai and that a copy of thi order
be pabiiao.d for four oonaocutiv weak iq tb
Memphis Public Lkdcsb.
P. U. HEINRICn. i. P. -April
75th. 1867. law-71
Attachment Suit. .
D. C. Ckillnm tw. John Claimml, Slrphn fTir
; comb itml Afi'iaJva, owaer uf tteamrr HutS
. IlnmbUtn '
.mb, St.plien Claycomb and Atkln-nn.ar
Bon-re.id.nl of th State of Tennessee, it is
ordared that tbey appear at my office, in the)
city of Memiihia, or. the 10th dav af M ly. 1M7,
at 10 o'clock s.m., and make ili.ir deftnse, if
any they have, in the above entitlod rau.a, or
the same will be prvceoltd with expari. J
P. II. HEI.NRHIT,
Ja.tir ut lb Peace in and fur bhelby c rnty.
Tenw. ,.a wt j-t
-At tttoliment r-ult.
Jamf if. Willittmi a.. William 'Jukntnn.
A FFIHAVIT FOR ATTACHMENT UAV
1 tng Iihi mals in this ease, ant attach
ment bavtas beaw tasaail againet t'.a a.taie of
M m. John,on, npon the gronnd tha. he , a
ncn-reaident af tna ritate af TenBc-Me. and it
having b?n rrturnad "levied, ate," it 1. therw
fra onlered that the said defendant antar hi
enrtearanca ni or bafora the Ivnh day ot May.
)hm7, to plead, aoswar or dewier to tha aaid
RlamtifTs complaint, ar tire same will t take
w annfeewd. aad the rae art sar haariaa a
Pn ; aad that a copy of tots avdar be pub
wbvd " a wee for foar ooauwtaiiv weak
ia toe Prano LkiMtaa.
8. A- MOORE. J. P.
hvrnVtVf). ... aMI - M
TAKK.N I P BY W. B. ffLOA.N, NKAR
I'Bt.a. th.lljy cennty, on tha d.y of
April, one brown MVLE. aina or ten
fs-. o!d. valued at llli. A--. on. sorrel
MARK, tv. yrar old, soi.ll sttr ia lun-isi,
valaad at t-vi, aad po.fad hfore me on iH Zdi
Of April, 17. A.VUKtW ElhU AkT,
Ranger tkalbv l om'v.
May 1, 147. aaaol-ra