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AGENTS l'OR T11R
Life Insurance Company,
OF UARTFORD, CONN.
.Cash kmU over ,5,000,000j
Homo Insurance Company,
OF COLUMBUS. OA.
AhHelM S 100,000.1
OF NASUVILLE. TENN.
-fK INSURE I.U'B POLICIES ON ALL
."'..hVE . south at ail ? '
the year. Also insure against low or damage
by uro on buusn. niirchaoditie. furniture, etc
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OUlcn. No. IS
LABGKST CITY CIRCULATION
M M2 M PHIHi
Monday Evening, Jone3.
OF WEAKLEY COUNTY.
Hon. JOnN W. 1EFTWICH.
FOR STATE SENATOR,
Hon. JOHN W. SMITH,
iron. fAtf. able.!
Hon. W. W. 'HiKM A?f.
WHAT BAT THE PEOPLE 1
We have very little disposition to bore
the pnblic. We never do so rude a thing
intentionally. But we lire going to do
it now but we have a suggestion to
make. Why not hare a great Union
fair, on some neutral ground, for the
noblest object that can engage the atten
tion of men and women the feeding of
the hungry, the clothing of the naked,
and the glory of God ? Catholici, Pro
testants of all divisions and shades of
opinion, profess the same fundamental
faith. Forms may differ, but the soul of
the Church is the same, or should be the
same. When stripped of all theological
ambiguities and subtleties, the Christian
creed simply is what the Eibl; end "con
science dictate to be done." All our
duties are relative they relate to one
another. Charity is the greatest of all
the Christian virtues. That teaches ns
t feed the hungry, clothe the naked,
and seek our neighbor's good. Cannot
every shade of theological opinion unite
upon that? Cannot that be made a
neutral ground, where all may meet for
the display of a common virtue?
Let us see. The story of the suffering
of the people Sonth of us is in every ear,
and shonld affect every heart. The far
off North is sending food to the sufferers.
Some great cities, it is true, have refused
ato do so. But what is Memphis doing ?
As a citizen, we blush to answer we
can only echo the question what 1 We
have contributed within the past three
months tens of thousands of dollars for
what? Where is it to-day? Has it gone
to the pale, gaunt woman of the South
who- nurses a child that is dying for
food? Has one dollar gone into
the great, desolate Sahara of famine,
from which we can almost hear the
groans of manhood and womanhood,
and the stifled cry of children, mingling
with the incessant strains of music and
joyous laughter that ring through the
city all day and all night? Are we ut
terly soulless? Answer, every man for
himself, and every woman for herself.
Why, citizens of Memphis, right at our
doors, neorjle are begging for cast-off
clothes. In a vast extent of territory,
of which the town of Enterprise, in Mis
sissippi, is the center, the destitution
is appalling. A gentleman is now
here, asking that old cast-off gar
ment, and the unsaleable gooda of
merchants be sent to them. Will yon
do it ? Take a look at your wardrobes,
turn your eyes to heaven, and then aay,
if von dare, you will not Let us nave a
great union fair. Let prizes be offered,
llow many people will vote for a crust
of bread for the hungriest child ; a calico
dress for the most destitute woman; a
peck of oats, for the poorest plough
horse ; a barrel of flour for the largest
family ; a pair of shoes for the young
lady with the prettiest feet, eta ete., ?
A young man, whose name had been
published as one of the fallen Confeder
ate dead at Murfreesboro, aid whose
funeral wa preached ahoat a year ago,
suddenly appeared at hil old homestead
near Nashville a few days since. He had
Wn in California all the while, and re
turned in fine health, just in time to
share aa estate about to be divided among
the family. His return will cause longer
division to be nsed.
Near the Exhibition in Pari is a
restaurant which will seat 20O0 people.
The following are the prices : Napkin,
1 cent; bread, 4 cenU; wiae, 3 cent a
tumbler, or 1G cenu a bottle; beef broth,
3 cents; soups, 4 certs; boiled beef or
ham, 5 cents ; roast beef, mutton, eta,
6 cents; vegetables. 4 cents ; coffee and
brandy, 6 cent Dinners can be had
cheaper than this very fair one for
The first and second generations
American statesmen were at once pa
triots and prophets. They posseisod th
sensu and learning adequate to tb
formation of free Slates, the patriotism
to administer them for the good of the
neoDle. and the forecast to perceive that.
if deHtroyed, the last hope of enlightened
liberty would perish with them. Among
the foremost of the seoond generation of
greut men, Daniel Webster stood in th
front rank. In one of his grand orations,
as if perceiving the state of things now
UDon the country, he used this remarks
ble language :
Other misfortunes may be borne, or
their effects overcome. If war should
n our commerce from the octan
another generation may renew it J if it
exhaust our treasury, future industry
may replenish it; it it desolates and
lavs waste our fields, still, under a new
. ' , i i
cultivation, tney win grow greeu
rinnn in future harvest. It were b
trifle, even if the walls of yonder canitol
were to crumble, if ita lofty pillars
should fall, and its gorgeous decorations
ba covered by the dust of the valley.
All those might be rebuilt. But who
shall reconstruct the fubriocf the demol
iahed government r Woo shall rear
again the well proportioned columns of
constitutional liberty 7 Wno shall trame
together the skillful architecture which
unites National Sovereignty with States
Rights, individual security and public
prosperity ? Now, if these columns shall
tall, ther will be reared not again. Like
the Coliseum and the Parthooo, they will
be destined to a melancholy, mournful
immortality. Bitterer tears, towever,
will flow over them than were ever shed
. 1.I T
nn tbe monuments 01 lue nomnu or
Grecian art. for they will be the remnants
of a more glorious edifice than Greece or
Rome ever saw the ediuce ot Lonstita
tional American Liberty.
How solemnly these words sound to
day how like an awful voice from an'
other world they should strike the cor
rupt politicians of this mad hour, and
rend them frightened to that obscurity
from which they only emerged when war
lit its baleful fires and tossed treasure
into tbe bands ot all who were base
enough to accept it as the price of lib
erty I No. The fabric of demolished
Government cannot be reconstrncted by
the party now controlling the Govern'
ment Their interests do not lie in the
direction of a redcemedConstitution and a
restored Government, n hat would have
been the words of Daniel Webster, if he
had leoked far enough into tbe future to
see ten States reduced to territories, and
the order of society reversed in them
the intelligence sent to the bottom, and
tbe ignorance brought to the top? He
ould have ascended still higher the
steps of declamation, and left behind
him words grander than any ever uttered
by Grecian or Roman orator. But what
effect do the warnings of Webster, or
Washington, or Clay, dr any virtuous
statesman, produce upon the consciences
of the revolutionists, tbe corrnptionists
of our day? None, none. .
A RADICAL SPEECH.
We have in the Montgomery Adver
tiser a report of a Radical speech that
was not interrupted, though it .might
ustly have been. The Advertiser says:
Dunne the early part of the day quite
a respectable nomber of the citizens of
Tallapoosa held a pumic meeting ior me
purpose of sending delegates to the June
Convention at Montgomery, and every
thiuz Dassedoff quietly and harmonious
ly; and as the meeting adjourned this man
Knight drove up hurriedly, went up into
the court-house, and cried out aloud to the
citizens on the street, come up, that he
wished to administer a few doses of
poison. He commenced his address in
the most blasohemous. obscene aid
nsulting language, which caused mostol
the citizens ot the tormer meeting to
Inave in disgust: however, curiosity led
a few to remain, and hear him through.
The correspondent of tbe Advertiser
gives his speech, " so far as decency will
permit," as follows:
Perhaps you wish to know who I am
T. I . T 1 .
my name is Anigni. i am deputy
United States Marshal a KadicaL i
wish to have your respect and love, but
G d d n you, I defy your hatred. I
know you would put a rope around my
neck, bnt li d d n you, you are atraiu
to, and I defy any one to interfere with
me. I have bayonets to protect me. I
am a native ot England, but have been a
citizen of Alabama for twenty years; I
am acting under orders ot ueneral l ope,
and it is made my duty to see that the
Civil Rights Bill is regularly enforced,
in the meantime reading portiens of
tbe bill and General Pope's order this
law has been the law I know you do
not like it, but (1 d d n you help
yourselves, lou are traitors and I
am going to pnysic you awuue ; jou can
reconstruct under tbe Sherman bill, but
G d d n you, you can let it alone if
you wish. Turbing toward the colored
men present, he saia: lour rormer
masters had their overseers to drive and
whip your cake1 back?, at the same time
each having for himself five or six con
cubines; but now it is your day, and
your former masters property shall be
conliscated, and tney snail lose as many
dollars as each of yoa have had stripes
on your back, lie appeared ternoiv
exasperated during bis whole discourse,
and bis eyes sparkled with fire.
That language is but the outspoken
thought and feeling of Radical leaders
and official generally. Some of them
are too prudent, some are afraid to say
all they feel, but more to their designs
ith all their smothered hate buraing in
A correspondent writing from Gettys
burg says : Three thousand nve hundred
Union soldiers lie buried la this ceme
tery. Tbe rebel dead were buried ia
different localities outside on the battle
field. I saw one grave containing forty-
Bre rebel dead in one heap. The breast
works and rifle pit extend for more
thaa a mile in one direction, and are all
standing as left at the battle. The effect
of the musket balls upon the forest tree
i truly wonderful At the point where
the battle wa the holiest the trees are
nearly all killed, and the forest looks
like one vast 'deadening;' sores and
undredt of ball are found ia single
trees, rocks, and brick walls all show
the marks of tbe leaden hail."
Uff'la the anti-slavery meeting ia
New York, Wednesday evening, Parker
Pillibury abnued Senator ilsoa, e
daring him "twofold more the child of
ell since bis conversion to the cnurcn.
A PAINFUL REPORT.
There ia a report in Circulation to the
effect that the colored part of the au
dience that attended the speaking of
Etbsridge and Stokel at Chattanooga,
offered the jbrwer insults of the grossest
character. They are said to have hooted
yelled, and otherwise interrupted him
during his speech. One report is, tha
he wa prevented from concluding h
sDeech. . Thi is a very ugly affair, but
everybody knows who were at the bottom
of it " The negroes were Instigated, no
doubt, by white men to conduct them
selves in that disorderly manner. Do
these fellow think ther can win tb
race bv such exhibition of ruffianism?
They will find themselves mistaken.
Do these foolish negroes, who. only
the other day were slaves, and di
not possess the right of free speech or
any other sort of freedom, presume so
much upon their liberty as to attempt to
tie the tongues of white men ? In Mem'
phis, and in other part of the State,
free speech is not Interfered with. P68
scssing it themselves, tbe treed people
do net desire to deny it to their white
neighbor. One who ba only recently
tasted the sweets of liberty, should be
tbe last to deny it to others. The foolish,
ignorant negroes of Chattanooga, if the
report of the outrage be true, were put
up to the part they played. One thing
is certain neither black men nor white
men shall drive Etheridge frem the
CASE 07 GATLE.
The Mobile Tribune say : " The case
of Judge Gayle, of Cahaba, Ala., charged
with treason and conspiracy to assassi
nate Lincoln, was finally disposed of on
Tuesday in the United State District
Court, Montgomery, Judge Busleed pre
siding. Judge Gayle was present in
Court, and by his counsel, ex-Governor
Watts, plead pardon by the President,
when the case was taken from the docket
aad the Judge fully discharged." The
pardon, say the Montgomery Mail, waa
"full, complete and unconditional"
Tbu end a case of some magnitude,
and at one time fraught with much dan
ger to a distinguished follow-citizen. - We
congratulate Judge Gayle open hisbeing
at last relieved from all trouble in this
A party of freedmen, six in number,
on the plantation of Mr. Zimmerman, in
South Carolina, visited his store on the
pretence of buying some articles, a few
night ago, and while the young man was
waiting on one of them, the rest loaded
themselves with bacon, shoes and other
articles and left. The gentleman and
his son afterward visited their premises
and recovered most of the articles. On
their way back they were waylaid and
again robbed by tbe same gang, who
were armed, and threatened to call a
hundred armed men from the swamps to
their assistance. Subsequently tbey were
arrested, but broke jail and are at large.
This gives a glimpse of plantation life in
the South under the new order of things.
MEETI50 OF SCOUTS.
A meeting of General Bragg' scouts
was recently held lor the purpose ot
paying a tribute to the memory of three
of their number : Samuel Davis, who was
unjustly executed as a spy at Pulaski,
Tennessee, November 27, 1S63, under
sentence of a drumhead court-martial
approved by the notorious Brig. General
M. Dodge; D. J. Jobe, who was
brutally murdered by a squad of fiends
calling themselves Federal soldiers, in
Williamson county, Tennessee, and R.
el luinard, wno died in prison or a
wound given him after be was taken pris'
oner. ' -
Ka5 Harvard University, at Cam
bridge, Mass., is to have a new (tending
or grade in its collegiate course. After
the second or sophomore year, Greek
and Latin are to be obtained with the
student, and full degrees will be con
ferred without further prosecution of the
study of the dead languages. -
t& A correspondent of the Cincin
ati Gazette affirm that a distinguished
Kentucky Senator boarded with a col
ored family while at Washington. . Tbe
correspondent obtained hi information
from the cook, with whom he was on
terms of intimate friendship.
tSF A man in Boston, having expe
rienced the sort of religion most in
vogie there, smashed hi marble copy
f th Yenu di Medici, burnt bis pic
tures and hi large but secular library,
like a fine old Puritan gentleman of the
real old kind.
SfA Cincinnati man of straw, or
something worse, and his friend made
strong effort to oust Gen. Joe. John
ston from tbe presidency of the Selma,
Rome and Dalton Railroad Company,
bnt failed handsomely. ' '
ItSome of tbe beat citizens of Sa
ne county, Missouri, have organized a
Vigilance Committee, to rid themselves
of a lot of thieve and murderers, who
efy the law and threaten tb authorities
of that county.
teifTwo of the negroes who were
engaged in the horrible outrage upon a
hite family oa Dog river, near Mobile,
few weeks ago, have been fully identi
fied and are aow io jail awaiting trial
t&" It is reported that work has acta-
lly commenced preparatory to the con
struction of a suspension bridge directly
over Niagara Falls. It will be consider
ably longer than it neighbor below.
A Tailing Qaestioa.
The Chicago TV-foam" profoinds the
following: "If iron can be imported
aad sold in this cob a try at fCO per ton
io greenbacks, it will take exactly six
barrels of flour, at tea dollars per barrel,
to pay for it If the pricj of iron be
rained by tbe tariff to 1110 per ton, it
will take eleven barrels of flour to pay
for it Will some person deeply skilled
ia the mysteries of 'home, industry,' tell
who pays the farmer for the extra
Eve barrel of Hour T "
THE NOON DISPATCHES
Park, June 3. Th grand Prix d
Pari of 100,000 franc, with th Empe
ror's cup, the two most eagerly sought
for results of the French turf contest,
were run for to-day io the Bois de Bou
logne, and won by a horse named Firfa
gias. There were 100,000 persons, hail'
ing from every nation on earth, present
Napoleon, the Czar and Grand Duohe.i
Maria of Russia, tha King and Queen of
Belgium, the Princess Murat, and other
royal personages, were present'
FROM NEW YORK.
Nkw Tom, June 3. Juarex' official
nannr comment UDon the capture of
Maximilian in a manner that would indi
cate that the Arch Duke would receive
The He raid's Fort Laramie special
lay the Southern Cheyenae crossed
South Platte yesterday, going north;
they attacked Pole Creek Station, near
Fort Sedgewick.and drove off four mule;
one Indian killed. General Auger with
reinforcement i on his way to the post,
Ex-Governor Terry, of South Carolina,
has written another latter, wherein be
say that confiscation is preferable to
negro rule. General Pope l being pe
titioned by five hundred negroes to re
move the mayor and council of Savan
nah on the ground that negroes can't
obtain justice from them.
FROM PETROLEUM CENTER, PA
Petroleum Center, Jane 3. -A ter
rible fire occurred this morning destroy
ing buildings and good to the amount
of $40,000 to fCO.OOO. Twenty-nine
buildings were consumed. It is beleived
to be the work of an incendiary.
j. i i-L-! ; .
S7IRWAN YATES 6 June 1, 1867, by R.
B. Millar, Esq., at tha rasidonoe of the bride,
Col. A. C. Kirwan aod Mrs. A. M. Tatos, both
of this eity. - -i - :
Tha friends and acquaintances of Col. W. D.
Ferguson are respectfully invited to atUnd his
funeral from tho Seoond Presbyteriaa Church,
corner of Main and Baal .streets, to-morrow
(Tuesday), at Un o'clock, a.m. Servises br
Rev. T. D. Withonpoon. Carriages in atten
dance at Owen Smith's, 36S Second . street,
corner of Gayoso.
GREEN This, morning-, at half past one
o'clock, Mrs. Oreen. Puneral to take place
this (Toning, at four o'clock, from the roai-
dmicc nf Mrs. WiNon. W5 Mariinn rtrcrl.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
TO BE GIVEN
On Wednesday Evening, Jane 5th,
AT GREEJIXAW II A IX,
snnxvM CiV SECOND AND UNION
vv Streeu. by the Ladiu connected with the
Church, at me urgent sonciiauon oi muj
ciliieni and the natrona of the lut Fair.
The beautiful Tableaux will be repcalea wua
several new and elegant addiuoai.
Tickets, One Dollar,
Ta t,n hail At th nrfnAinil Mnfiifl and Book
Store), and at the door on tha evening of the
lloora open at 714 o clock,
Tableaux at 8'4
Not Afraid of any Honorable
Not to be Undersoil by Anyone.
KOTUER GREAT CLEARING BALK IO
COMMENCE MONDAY AND CON
TINUE UNTIL OUR ENTIRE BUMMER
STOCK IS REDUCED.
GOODS TO BE SOLD REGARELESS OF
EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES
BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
EVERYTHING MARKED IN PLAIN
FIGURES. AND THERE WILL BX NO
DEVIATION FROM PRICE.
All of our CALICOES reduce! down to 16
eui belt brandi.
BED TICKING, from 17 to 36 cents.
BL'CH ED DOMESTICS at very low prices.
Come and Examine oar Prices.
WHITE GOODS a ipecial bargain.
WHITE JACONETS, from K'i to 50 ceat
Terr la article.
CHECK MUSLINS, fram 2R to SS eonU.
NAINSOOKS, from IS to lioenU.
WHITE IRISH LINEN.atonljrtf cent per
yard richly werth $1 W.
TABLE LINEN, at only H eaaU per yard
1 yardi wide.
MARSEILLES QUILTS, 10-4, at oaly 12 M
chea at $5 00.
Be member, this t a Clearing Bale, and
we MUST sell th Ooode prior to
receiving our Tall Block.
KID GLOVES, at only 7 cent r pair.'
LACE POINT.4, ilightly damaged by water,
at fra 13 W U SO.
EILK SAQUES will be told at 50 par eent.
leu tbaa New York coit-illgbtly damaged.
SWT Remember, '
Mammoth Clienp Store,
297 Main Street.
ITEGA-RDLTDSS OF COST.
l OIl THE NEXT
REGULAR ANNUAL CLEARING OUT
....... i SALE of the iinmenio
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
C10THING OF EVERT DESCBIPTION. , j
Notions. "White Goods, Etc.,
.' AT- "rTl.""!-;''' 1 r r t ; f
WALKER BROS. & OO.'S,
220 MAIN HTREET, CLAY BUILDING.
CASH BUYERS, WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
ABB INVILED TO CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK AND PRICES
. : BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE.
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE,
Commencing on the
HAVING FULLY DETERMINED TO RETIRE FROM BITBINESS. WE NOW OFFER
to tbe Publie our IMMENSE STOCK OK GOODS, AT EASTERN COST,
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
DOOTS AISD SHOES, '
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Prints, Bleached and Brown
ALSO A Beautiful lot of Lawns, Organdios, Percales, Jaoonottes, Grenadines, Bilks,
etc.. etc., whloh we will sell BELOW ORIGINAL COST.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, purchasing
and examine the large and wall-selected stock
sell RE8ARDLES3 OF COST.
DRY GOODS MARKED
'". ; -at- ';,
Monday, May ST'th,
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
' WILL 1 1 12 HOLD
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
Wl!i Kd.su COiaoiAi lux Ivc-un.! xwu
New Goods from the Kecent Cheap Sales at New lork,
' And are therefore enabled to give tha
' ' To all Bayers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
PLANTERS will find It to their intere.t to CALL AND EXAMINE OUR
OO0D8 and Prices before tbey m ake their purchases.
WTe Merchants BUYING FOR CASH of good CITY ACCEPTANCE, we
will give GREAT INDUCEMENTS.
- Orders FROM THE COUNTRY promptly attended to, and SATISFAC
B. FjOWENSTEIN & BROS.,
No. 213 Slain Street, ?oriier I eflertoH.
NEW ADVERTISEM ENT8
HAIR IjRKSSIXC. NAlrO ON!
No. 67 Jefferaon Street.'
M KM PI US,
rpHE rNPER.'IONED BEOg LEA' K TO
1 inform hie aid Iri'bdi and ewlnnr and
tti. ttwnl patron, of thealmrenaoied rlon.
that h.ba. KK-l'l KCHAStD.a. w no to
t found at hit old tnd. No. fu J cSrrton
street, aad write their MtUm end Ttrn
a, uunni thea that e..ry .Burt -poeuble
til be tnad to irriier tiNutirn.
M-KKr.MKKK tha Hair Drtfidt i and
FbeTjn SaJona. Ha.fl Jeffarean itnMt , where
every attMUou U given ta ra.U.aiera. by the
nio't aneomplifhed and fini.hvd an t. end
their wante ta tb tnneonai una ar aj Jttaw
to vita enafart. aaatoaae and ii."-h.
The nriere and arevra f rhama wu adaoad
ry bis prdec,of will rmai aarba-j :d.
M Jo-KPH LI P ARI.
SUBSCRIBE FOR TH E Pt IILIC
hi-h ie the CHKAPkoT Uly r
la tbe Stale of Ieaa
and well selected stock of . ,,,,,,' .
WALKER UllOS. Ac CO.,
' 229 Main Street, Clay Building.
First Day of June
Notions, Laces, Trimmings,
Domestics and Sneetlngg,
for Cash, will find it to their advantage to eall
of Dry Qoodi, which we are determined to
MACK BROS. A HOIIM,
No, 961 Main Street.
FESTIVAL AND CONCERT,
Br tha Pupil of tb
Xfcmphi Ladies' Inalltnte,
At the Greenlaw Opera Ilonse,
Te Rale Fonda U Parch Appelates
For the I'm of the School.
AUMI8H10N, ! OO.
w. aw aikLaa.
MILLER & MILLER,
ATTOHNKYM -AT LAW,
Iff BARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUt
IV Hon. JOHN W. LKr'TWICIl m.(
dtJate fur re-elotioa to tb Congraa, of
TItTJST COM PANY,
or hkmfhib. imir,
Offlo. Daaoto Blook, Madlaon St
THIS COMPANY INSURES AGAINST
lou by Kir. Marine and River Riika.
Director VTm. M. Farrlngton, W. B. Gal
bralth, W. B. Uraenlaw, 0. W. Ooyer, J. J.
Rawllugi, Jno. Johnson and 0. B. Church.
WM. W. FARRINOTON. Pree't.
J.J1. LONSDALE. 8eo'y1 -R2
GAYOSO SAVINGS INSTITUTION.
Banking Ilonse 19 Madison St.
This Institution, organised In 18M, has been
la continuous and suocesiful operation for th
paet Un yean, continue, to transact a
GENERAL EXCHANGE AND
Will reooire Deposits. Buy and Sell
Foreign & Pomestlo Exchange,
Gold, Silver and UMcnrrent Money.
EELL3 Exchange in sums to suit pnrchasera,
a London and all the leading citios of th
United States, and will make collection, on all
eooMiiblt places In the Booth and WmL
I. M. AYEUY, Cashier.
101 JOT! f. T ANIKR, President.
! 1 I -
FOR SALE. A FINE HORSE. BA
roach" anil harnene, at a reasonable v-rico,
A pply at aw Main street.' TH-W
A Ant-claw TRAVELING EXHIBITION.
oumplete, and in good order. Any one dn
lirin to eDiime in a. profitable buvineiit nhould
not fail to take advantage of this opportunity.
it u no numbug. . . : ,
Tbe Ooamcrstmio Views t
end ther are a largo number of them are nf
the vorr best character ever arranged in any
one exhibition. For full particulars apply at
54-79 80 Jefferson 8treet.
X)K BALK. TYPE METAL (BKl'TKR
. than babbet) for dale low, by
. WHITMORE BROS..
PtniMrt T.hpokr office.
FOR RENT.-NEAR SECOND AND
Union etreeU. a lnrsa tenement, suitable
for Livery Stable or Storing jnir.onog, inquire
at . WOOLDRIUUE CO.,
81 ita Second street, corner of Union.
IjK)K RENT. A NKW AND DELIGHTFUL
resilience, with eight ronmi. clonet. unn-
triei, etc., etc.. situated on tbe couth ft do of
Vance street, between Laudertlnle and Well,
initon ttreet, No, 311. The elegant furniture
In the house it for tale. A good house servant
and No. 1 cook can be employed by tbe ranter.
Apply on the premises, or to
WISDOM !c DUFF,
78-S9 No. It) Court streot.
IXIK RENT A SMALL STORK UOU.SK,
with two rooms attached, on Alabama tf
Apply at Public Schools on aamo lot. Kit"
F OR RENT
A BRICK nOUSE,
containing eight rooms and basemont. No.
Mulberry etreet. For furlhor particular
apply on the premises. 7
A NICE SLEEPINO ROOM.
Furniture for sale, or to rent with room. Ap
ply to J.B.SUTTON.
7 4 i niril street.
FEW FURNISHED ROOMS FOR BUNT
. Inquire at 44 Washington street. HI
1X& RENT. HOUSE WITH THREE
rooms and kitchen, situated on Robexon
street. Location healthy and neighborhood
desirable for a small family, lor particulars,
inquire at No. 'M Main street, or 1H6 Robeson
strf.t. ; f-HB
WANTED. BOARDERS,AT 17 LINDEN
street. Have three nice rooms, woll
furnished, for families. Location hoalthynnd
dry. Apply on the premises. 7K-1U3
Old Cant Iron.
Old Wrought Iron.
, Old Copper, Bra and Lead.
At WESTERN FOUNDRY,
7(1-101 Shelby street, opp. Gayoso House.
$20 AGENTS WANTED. $20
$75 to 1100 per month males and females to
sell the only GENUINE COM MON SENSE
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured. It will hero, fell, stitch, tuck,
bind, braid, quilt and embroider beautifully.
Price. onlrt20. including Barnum's self-sewor
and self-bemuier. Fully warrantod for five
CAUTION Beware of those selling worth
less cast-iron machines, under the same name
as ours. For otrculars and terms, address
U. liUWl'.KS S UUU
67-02 2i5 S. Fifth street, Philad'a, Pa.
WANTKD KMP1.0YMKNT.HY A GOOD
Book-keeper. Permanent situation pre
ferred. Satisfactory references given. Apply
at this office M--H
BOARDINGTWO GENTLEMEN, OR A
gentleman and wife, can obtain a pleasant
room with board in a private family, in a good
location. Terms moderate. Heferonces ro
nuired. Anolv at 217 Adams street. S.r,
OAR DING TWO GENTLEMEN WITH
I alaj.:. wiwAB anil mmvmra I 1 V Ki rilftv . gutl
aneummodatad at 22 St. Martin St. 11)1
IJRIVATB BOARDING ONK Fl'RNISII-
ed fr'it. t room, and one unlurniseil, witn
board ; alia a few day boar 'ors solicited.
sa un. a. n.. jtr.v.tvir.1.,
Sfi M Linden s'reet.
NOTICE.-I II AVE SUGGESTED TO THE
County Court Clerk tb insolvency of the
state of M. Rogers, 119., docessed. Those
having claims against sat.l estate are neruoy
notified to present the same to the Coumy
Court Clerk by the first of Dec, 1S67. or they
will bo forever barrod.
Bo.yu john IJKtjw . jiam r.
NOTICK APPLICATION WILL UK
maiia for Letters af Administration utmn
the estate of Win. T. Bonnr, deoeasrd, at the
June term. MARTHA A. BONN KK.
May 1, MOT. oawoo-Bi
NofiCB-NO BILLS WILL UK PAID BY
YVhituiora Bros, unless contracted by me
in parson, or by say writtea order.
lot) K. WHITMORE.
NOTICE-NO HILLS WILL bli PAID BY
W. N. Kaki Co.. unless eontracUnl by
me ia person, or by my written order.
n ai. a. . ..Alii ...
Febm rv 4 . 17. 2-78
Official DrawlnfS at tb Missouri lute
CLASS Ne. S-DaAWir June I, IffiT.
SO. 31, 21. 12. 1. ti .11. 6?, 40. M, f.S 1.
CLASS No. 3-Dli June 1, lft'T.
60, as lxeMMi. J6.iu,ii, A'iafi.ra.
NO GIFT ENTERPRISE!
Or liny other Swindle!
KISS071I AID XXXTVCX1 1TATE AXO
0X11 LEGAL LOTTERIES IN V. S.
THKT ARI DRAWN TNDER PTATS
Charters) have beea draw for ov.rFORIY
panae ssast a ana era deposited with V. S.
Cclleew a. Meant. .....
The prises are drawa ia public by two swora
Cctra-.IMiunatr appointed by th Fute.
Mast be drawn if ticket, era n Id or aot.
FRIZES ALX CASH!
Tbsrearetwa State Drawinn eack dsy, and
two Uavaaa Irawtncs ech taonta.
Drawers can ba see tw t.urs eJUr pul
One-baJf tha Tif kits e PntM.
Prttess paid on 'isf .un l.tv.
Tickets $1 IP f acoordtnr to Sheme.
1'rtsaa II to II'" emr.l'r " S')'"l.
PruictpaJ ArenU'.hO. W. VAN VOAJ-X, Na:
JO JeSertua street.
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